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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 April 1858

Agricultural and Domestic. THE STOLEN HAM. Tkm b truth, Script trath. To all mf wadere koowat "Wore, ttau an Intlilel la ha, Who earn not tar bit ova." A TachaH'h thi. truth la rtaw laid by kit wlntrr'a eloret ITItk other r" tblnre, "loo k1 rare, Vera h ao three ar loan On ear, a at lghbor, he bad Upon fa. harm, hi. eye, ' Thnatht aa bo llrad la Irwte tlmee, That as or thorn he'd Ire. ITe took It bono, but pence of ml no Did from bio hofna derail Bo fclt a If th ftol.ti bam Waa Banrtnr oo bU heart Sa eoald aotboar bla load of fail!. And, to eorrwt tho wrone, tlo eomrht at unco tho pastor', houee, And took tha bam along. ; The preaeheb.T with hli boon, s ' Hoard name one at tha ioor, Who ontorod, wliilo hlo mind H 4ie4 Fpoa tho font of Noah. Bo'd road of Japhoth, 8bom, and Ham; On tbom bll thonghti wore centered, But kmm alono wae in tho mind Of blra 7bo tboro entered. .. Who aald, "Iear air, a bam t (tola. And math aa I repvnt It! I bare it with me, here It let To you I do proof nt ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 April 1858

. FIIEMONT JOURNAL is 4 At: si. nr. em; it, rroiri.or. Th. JOlTRVAT, Is puhllshed every" Friday mnrnlnir. Ofnceln the third lory, Uurklau'd'l Ulock Fremont, Sandusky county, Ohio. V.. TERMS OP SllDSOIIIPTION. rtne eopr, kt vear. In adrnnce, l.y umll .., raid within the year After the expiration of the year Townsiihcrll'rs,ln advance IIATF.9 OP APVltRTlSlNU. One Square 10 Unee or Ion, one Insertion, ...1,M ... ... .M ... 1,76 ..fO,M do. Knell additional Insertion do. . Three month.. ...... do Sis months .... - do. One year R.00 . ,"0 . Ifi.nQ . 2."i,nn . 4.').no 6,00 One-fourth column, chinse o,narterly, l year. One-thlrd do. do. -One-halt do. do. lo .. Whole do. do. - -...!..... r.r.ta ft lines or less, one rear t ..i...i Klntlni.ii nrorr-.llnff marrln'res, and llniihlo eol inn Advertisements, to l.o rhftrired ilouhlo Ihe shove rate. Advertisements should lie marked with the nnmlwr of Insertions r they will bo continued uutil ordered uut and charged accordingly. .ton ritTNTTvo, Of a...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 April 1858

FROM WASHINGTON. Correspondence of the N. Y. Tribune. LECOMPTON FLOORED. Crittenden's Amendment Adopted! YEAS, 120; NAYS, 112. Washington, Thursday, April 1. Tho House is full with tho exception of Messrs. Crmithers nnd Harris wlio am both tpected. The eiowd in tho Capitol i3 iui- trtense. Mr. Stephens tnVt tho floor nt 1 r.M. M rnrrl liaa rrone over fullv to tho Administration sinco his interview with tho President. Tho members of thn Cabinet in the Houso most of Inst night, filling op with ana nursing aoumtui cases. An immense audience now crowds tho gnllerics waiting tho demonstration. Oni o'clock p. m. Mr. Harris, pnlo as a Corpse, has just bcon brought in and placed in his sent. Mr. Stephens moves to take up tho Sen ate bill. Mr. Giddingt objects. Tho Yens and Uvs aro i.rdsrsJ n tho question. Shall tins bill bo rrjactod." Yeas, 05; JTnys, 137. Mr. Stephens yielded tho floor to Mr. Montgomery, who moved to striko out all fur the enacting clause, and substitute his own amendment....

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 April 1858

'y Ohio Statu anii UstoN Law Cou- 1.1,1b. Thl Institution hn bwn romnTrd tn Clcvolanil, Ohln. P.f?rop am InimlVr cnnfnrtT'1, anil Minimis unnn Graduating miijr bo B'lmltM to firartlm. For Clrtnilam adilr-n-a it CIwImhI, It. A. KINO, Brcretary. Deenmhrr 9, 1M7. 7rl tub m.oon imiFir,. We learn that the dlVlnfrnlahed and popular Inreirtftr of Him fimrttiPcfm11nnThn nrme.H the Mood PIN and nioorl Purifier. ndvertNcd In nnr buineM column, weclrM nonrlv arnnnnr letter, br ererjr mall,. tlif Tifft- ury Department. The averatr 1 mm tban per dayl Illi patient, rntten-d orer tli brtwl WeMh"flnitlhrt Btnto and ew Kmrland, are antd In rwich the ennrmniif andJilintut ncrwl(Me?(rrito of IDO.OOO. Hy hi pn tltntt we mean tho who n his prep rat ion an their OWLT mepirMW We prenm tfit aiirh ft connection If Without M parallel InMrdhnl hMory. I1wS Hair Krstoiiativr. Evrry ono will, wo think, ajrre with n In the opinion that the humm hal In th rentPt natural ornament Hint U poeed by pi th T by a KPTitl...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 April 1858

Agricultural and Domestic. SOWING CLOVER. An experienced farmer writes : Last spring I towed A field in ar-rimr bent dragged in well; then itti ft nnnd ower, sowed on clover nnd timoiliy seed mixed; brushed in with a light brush, and At harrest the clover was vary thick, and to high that the reaper topped moit of it in eutlinir the main, which was n fiiir crop l.i. Persons who wore used to raising clover, aid thT nevor saw n bolter atnnd the first umon limn this was. It would have tiwlo II good fall crop of hay J but I pnstitrej it,, which amply paid mo for tinio and soed, thonirh I expect to koep it tor moa'lo-.v. The timothy mado but a poor show I vt eason. Perhaps it may come out better this year. But experience tenchos mo that fall sowing is best for timothy. Early Lambs. - Those who brood lambs for an early mar ket have them dropped mostly during this month. As thore U no grass for tho owes, extra care and feeding necessary to preserve tho lamb, and provide a duo supply of milk...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 April 1858

FREMONT : JOURNAL. IStAC M. Kr.EI.ru, Proprietor. Th JOUR! AL I apulilkhed every t rlday morning. Omr- Initio third atnry, Biickland'a Hlock Fremont, Sandiiaky county, Ohio. tkhms ov sunscmpTiow. One enpy, per year, In advance, by mall 1'aid within )he rear Afttr the expiration ofthe year. ...... ..- Townsubrt'rlliere.in advance ' HATES Off ADVEKTIHIHO. , One Square 10 1 tnea nr lea., one I naertlon,. . In. Ev-h additional Inaertlon J tin. Three month do, ' Pix mnntli ......... .- - One-fonrth column, ehalire ,,narlerl, 1 year.. . Rot) Ono-lhlr.1 .to. 'lo Whole do. do. lo ... 4n,i Ba.lnc. Carda, llncenr I-.., on. year. . 6,00 Loadi'd Vnftcea preci'dliijr rnarrlaire., and lotit,l. ml- w.nl'n Advcrll.emefila, to lie charged ilnnhlc tit above rate. Adverlincnrrnla ahnuld lie market with thn number of In.ertlnn nr tln-y will be enntinued iintllordcrcdout and barged accordingly. JOB rmsriNo, Of all Rlnd. neatly rt'l evpe.lllinu-lyexecotcdnd that no, to tho (nil anusfactlon of our pntrona...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 April 1858

FROM WASHINGTON. LECOMPTON REJECTED AGAIN! The House Adheres to its Amendment. Correspondence of the Tribune. Washington, April 8—2 p. m. Montgomery risks unanimous consent to take up tho Kansas bill, nivl it win grnulotl. lfo.movo that tho lloiisn adhcro to its amendment, nn J demands llie previous ques tion. Maynnrd moves to recede. Tlio Speak er declares tho motion out of order. Toilers aro dainnndod on tlio previous motion, and tbpro woro Ono Hundred nnd Eighteen in tho affirmative. Tho previous question is seconded, and Clingmim demands tlio Yens and Nnys. Symptoms of filibustering nppear, and Mr. Stephens protest, lis hopes the ques tion will now be taken. Mr. ClinjTinsn withdraw bis demand for Yens and Nays, Mr. Clomnns renews it, but only fivo members orise, nnd the Yeas nnd Nays aro not ordered ou taking tho previous ques lion. On the motion to n.lhore. tho leas are 119, nnd tho "Nays 111. Ilutnnhrev Marshal had paired off wit! "Bowie, but except this there wore no changes ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 April 1858

Specif, ftoi ices. ffT Onto Sr te d Uniox Law Col- ttna. This Institution lift hwn remoyed tn Cleveland, Ohio. t((rt-ll am lefrnlly conferred, and students opon Graduating mar b. admitted to practice. For Circuit address .1 Cleveland, H. A. KINO, Bceretary. Decmlicr , 1HS7. 47yl TO TIIK MILLION. Prf. Wood, of fit. has ifter years of deep stud and untiring research, .needed In presenting to th. publican article snrcrtnrlo any no In us., and truly It Is a wonderful discovery w a.HV.rlto bit llalr Rcstnraliyel the only aillel. tint Iih heen eom bletcy.ucoessfullnc..iestlnR.geofhla gray remoy- Ing danrnff, Itching scrofula, e. It restnr.. tho gray head.d to mora than the original beauty; idda new Wislrc to lochs already lnnrlnt; fnstoiu permsuctitly hair llit It already loom of fnlllng, and many oilier qualities tint will beeomo known aa loon aa used. Th. pride of mankind In singularly developed In the ping and arrangement of the hair; perhaps from the 'act that H If th only portion of ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 April 1858

Agricultural and Domestic. THE MOSS ROSE. Tha anrtl of sowers one !.-, Ileneath rose-tr lay, That spirit tn whoso charge la given To bnthe young buds 111 dews of hearewi) Awaking from hit slight repose, , The angel nhtrrri) to the rosin 4Oh, choicest oltj'ei of my curd Still fsliesl funnil wh n sills Mr For th? sweat shale thnu'sl given ma 1 Ask tint Ihin llt 'll granted thee.' Then,' Mid the rose, with deepened glow, On me anotuir irsrt heelnw.' Tlie spirit piuMd In silent thought. What grace ss there lhe flower lied not, Twaa but ft moment o'er llie rose A Tall nfmon Ilie sngel Ihmws: And clothed u Nature's simplest Weed, Coald tUrre a flower (hit rose, exceed? From the Ohio Farmer. ITEMS OF INTEREST. . IIotatios. A farmer, out west, nys tbat potatoes sltoulj never bo planted on the snme ground scvprnl years in uceession. One reruon for this is that injects nro more likely to nllaclc tlio crop, if it M grown sev rl years on tho samo plat. This is our reiison, hot hi, Ihoupli ho ws...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 April 1858

FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC: KEELEIt, Proprietor. Th J0rmiAt l tinMlsti.il ...it Friday ninrnln. pirimln th. thinl nt'irjr, Bucktaud't Block I'rewont, feandask? county, OIiId. TKRM9 of stmaoniPTioif. Oneeor-?, pr-r far, In adrance, by mall ........ ft. Ml " I'.M w (ililn lli'd tut 3.ik After lfci r-.tiirntlnn of t1i year. ........ M , Town aubscrlbera,!!! ailranre RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Hanaro 10 lines nr loss, nti Inwtlon, fU' do. K.sclia.Mill.mal Insertion o,- do. Thro., month.... ' do. SI month! ? do. On. ri-nr -.V" K, on f.n.fonr(h column, rtMig. -ljurt.rij, 1 1 , n.r . 1 - 00 On,-bird do. 0" ' dn ...SS00 Who'. do! d". do ...4-VW Builn.. Cards. 6 tin" nr 1"". ," year. .. . 6,00 KlM ! nrrdln-mrrlait. and PnnUe col nmn Adwfttsanwnts, to bo phargr. il dnublrtlir abort- rat. Advertisements alionld b marked with the number or Insertions or they will be oontiimed until ordered out and .barged aocordlngly. Jon TRINTINO, Of nil lElmlN nealtr and otpwllttnitslT executed, and that oo, to the...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 April 1858

ACTS OF THE LEGISLATURE. We give from the Cincinnati ffitb titles of tli General Law passed this gion, and ouch of tho Local Law ni are of uteres! to our reader, LOCAL LAWS. To authorize the Commisiionrri of Luke Couut to boitow nd'liliooid iiuui for BriJya purposos. lo authorize the Commissioners of City hog.l county to i-usuo bond for certain pur-, pOsea. The amend ihe charter of the Buhl in In hlilute in Cuyahoga count v. To authorize two council ot wo vilingi ot Painesvillo to borrow money. Giving special jurisdiction to tho Probate Court of Cuvniiogii comity. To annex Lucas county to tho first subdi vision of the Fourth Judicial District, mid to provide for tho election of Judges in tha first subdivision of thn Fourth Judicial Dis trict, and tho second aubdivisiou of tha Tenth District. To crento nn additional Judiro in tho Court of Common Picas of tho Fourth Ju dicial District. GENERAL LAWS. To protect tho Act to protect Municipal investments in Railrond stock, (Atheusand Wash...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 April 1858

Special Notices. Oiuo Stats awd Union Law Col- lbo. -This Institution has been removed to Cleveland, Ohio. Degrees are legally conferred, and students npn Graduating may be admitted to practice. For Circular address at Cleveland, M. A. KINO, Secretary December , 1S57. 47yt TO TIIK MILLION. Prof. Wood, of St. Ionia, has after year of deep study and untiring research, succeeded in presenting to the nnblle an article superior to any now In use, and trnly It It a wonderful discovery w advert to till Hair Restorative: th only article that ha lieen com pletely successful In cheating age of hie grey locks, rrmov Inr denraff. Itching scrofula, fcc It restores tin gray- headed to more than the orlf Inal beauty; adds new lustre to Incite already luxuriant; fastens permanently hair that la already looee or ftlllng, and many other qualities that will become known ae eoon bi used. The pride of mankind Is itngnlarly developed In the keeping end arrangement of the heir; perhaps from the fact that ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 April 1858

Agricultural and Domestic. WOOD ASHES—ARE THEY MANURE. ; Soma tuppose they re not, and tbnt feat uring them on th noil oily injures it. They ira in error, m th following facta w ill how! Ashes conliiln a grcivt Amount of potash, which is always rcgnrdod as a powerful ma tmr, and whon properly used, alwaya pro dueei a sensibly boneficinl t fl'oct. But ashes contain othor important ele tntnts. Potash is what is romoved by leach ing the ashes. Many valtiablo elomrrits art loft behind. So that lachcd ahos have aomotimes irrcat effect. By analysis lh following amount of furious alcnionts has bn found in ashos that have been leached Silica from two to thirteen per ccut;liine from twenty-seven to fifty-four per cent carboiiio acid from twonty-ono to thirty-nine per cent. AH these aro amonr tho most important agents in the production or main tananoe of vepetabla life. Ashes aro nothing but w hat th plants or wood which has been burned,, bava taken from tho soil. Consequently, restoring ash ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 April 1858

FIIEMONT JOURNAL ISAAC l. KFXLGII, Proprietor. Tl. JOUftVAT. IspuMlshpd wry Frldsj morning. Oflle In th third story, Dockland's Mlock Krtmoii., BADdustgr oouaty, Ohio. TKRMS OF ftrnscutPTioN. . run wiinm in tpst ........ ....... .... Aftir the fdrnlor, nf th ar... ; TWDsabscrilwrs,lij advance IUTKS OF ADVBRtlSINO. Onn.qnAre )0 llnrs or Irss, on Insertion,... do. , fcucli sddltlont.1 Insertion - 0m . Tlirmonthi. . io, St month ..-.-------- rtn. Ono ypnr ...1.0 .... 11.00 ... a,w ... 1,7 ...n,0 , a.no , IMK) One-rnnrtholinnn,ehangeuarterly, 1 year... 1.H One-third dn. do. . ' ii...h.i ln. do. " ...W'.no Whole - do. 'do. do 4.,n0 ffiislnos Curds, lines w low. r.. ...... . 6,00 leaded Vntleeepfaeedlne; marrinires, and nni.l.le enl nn Advertisements, to lie ohnrrd .l.i.iMa the above rate. Advertisements should be marked with the munlier or Insertions or they will 1m oontlnued ontllordr redout and .barged accordingly. I J011 PntNTINO, v firall hinds nestle nnd eTpeHtlon.ly executed, and t...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 April 1858

FROM WASHINGTON. The English Dodge—Condition Precedent. dent, Tba ota to postpona tho eon.ularation tt lha KansM bill or tho tnnjority of tlio onfnrcnco to tho 10th of My, yas 109, nny 105, cannot ba regfrdol m a positive tout of it ultimata fato. Tlio tTupnttih to tha Timet Mates that it is beliovoJ Hill and Trippo of Georgia, m also on or two Anti Looompton Democrat's who votad for the IKMtponeroont, will Vt voto for tho bill on its pmage; that not mors than two South ern Democrat will continua to ttand out. Tba Administration claim from ton to fif teen mniority for tho bill in tho IIous, and w fanr iU pftstspa is only a irmltorof time. The Tribune of Saturdny 8ys tho project of Mr. English hhs been transformed to uit emergencies and dotlpa objections so of ten that its tmo character is but imperfectly understood. In terms, however, it docs not lubmit the Ltcompton Constitution to the People of Kantat at all, but merely asks them to rote for or against tho proposition that tha Fed...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 April 1858

Special Notices. fir Ohio Statb aro Uniok Law Col- Ln.n.--Thls Institution but been remnred to Clereland, Ohio. lleRfee. ftr. Willy conferred, and etudenre npnn tlmduattftg UtT udnrlttfu to practice, Vrt Circulars l.lrerJialCreelan., ' M. A. R1S0, Secretary. itwinl t , 1R6t. t7rl & There nro plenty of young gentla man ai w.M u nl.ntr tf old on whole beards are turning gtur, which gives tl formes grmtdcul rf ""''"" and.tnnanl th age of tilt latUr, TO ftTOto "... imir harnlnltleawnadtln irorh of onr reader! W Prof. Wh. n.le Hlwitlt. which will In th. eourwenf few ..., ehtngath. hair to It. natural enter, it does not Vlj. tin hlr llkn tha snort or natr rt.mr.iiv, m pro il.ru rradnal chftmro of eolor from th rrroU of the final nd, ml gtr.. 11 1,',!r 'PP1"0- V " aeen own; pernon. who hare use It successfully, nod pro nounced It the hhly InTentlon which hat com. to their tdeaofa eur Pif gray heads. W. commenced using It about two tnnnthi tinse, and If we ere any Judge of age aad boaut...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 April 1858

American Institute Farmer's Club. From the New York Tribune. NEW YORK, April, 18, 1858. ' v (Foosclerriet Solon Rolihson rJ from letter ih following extract: "I wevilJ first ca.ll your kttenlion to llic blight of miMow of tho gcxMaborry, which niny be prnvtmled by spreading liutiruliy 1111 dt thn brush of tho bu.-ib lioro manure. Tb ehnuU Ls done oiuly in tli Sprint;. Mr. fuller of Urooklyn Tln'i bore iiir flure mulching will not nnsttMV flnlt bay u much belter Oirr nMiv- vnrK'tiet, too, r much less linblo t liMo than any . I C 1 . . 1 . Wa fait alcn nnnviva the native variety; and certainly .liould prow gooseberries enough to mako our own champagne, line much of that imported is anadoof this frnit without a drop of papo JttWi p f. ric7i : .Vm. tawton A Mr.' Shaw, mkny rears go, rusured me that all varieties of goose berries can be grown in this city or country wilhont disease. I have pursued his mode and do grow fine berries. The wood never should be left over two years. The best w...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 May 1858

FREMONT JOURNAL. ISAAC n. KEELEII, Proprietor. Th. JonHNAt tspnMWh.il vrjr Frlrtiir mnralnir. (rtfa. lnth third sturr, lliicklan'U'i Block Fremont, BaadaskJ Orta'ri Oalo. TKKM8 OK 8UDBCRIPTION. OnaenHTyir ?r, in .(Wane, by nut I Aftnf Ihn .vnlniilnii of (lis venr. Towa dabtfirllir,ln artviint. .... ...... RATKS Of ADVRrVrlfll&O. Oa.ftqaara10 lines or Is... n. lns.rt((tri,. do. Kuril ailiHIIonal Insertion irn t Thrco month. ..-. tin, ' Fix months . ....-.- lift. One Tr. ...1.0 ... 2."0 .... ." .... 1,74 .... .... o.M .... 8.0O ... .no K.IK) Ot-foiirtliolninn,oh'ngi;irt'r,), Ir"'" an nn : tn,.hu . do, ... . j. S Wr.nl. AO. 1,0 ....'V10 Bn.lnM rSrns, llrs t K-ss, ........ MO Nolls, nrsw.lln.. marrinfrM, an Doiil,. col- ... .,tMn,nt.. to In- ehiinrHl rlonhlp too lnrr rs.fr. A'trcrtlssmc nts shonM 1 ninrVr-rt with the nnmltsr nl Insartlons or thst IH cnotinutil until onlnred out and lutrgd oeonimgi J. j on trintino, Of all kind nsatlr and expedition. Irr-XPca ted, and tliat too to th...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 May 1858

day of July. 1801, all p..vmnU of two hundred d!l".r nct undor, and after ll 4th dy of July, 1808, all paymenU of Ihrwi JiunJraJ dollar and under, and aftr tba 4th dny of July, 1P03, all payments of four littndrad dollars and under, and aflar lh 4(h day of July, 1804, all payment of fiv hundred dollars and under, and aflor th 4th dny of July, 186.1, all pnvmonlx whatever, ihall bo roado in apnoia. All rarmonU made from tlia abtta treasury ahall bo bold to bo mad by tho trciinror of tato. , Boo. 14. On and aflor tho 4 th day of Ju ly, 1858 all paymmita out of ovory county treasnry of Bve dollars and under, and aflor tha 4th day of July 1859, all payment of Uit dollors and undor; after tho 4 th day of July, 1880, all payments of twenty dollars and under; aflor tho 4th day of July, 1801, II payments of thirty dollars and under; afW Die 4th day of July, 1862, all payments of fifty dollars and uiidar; aflor tho 4lh day of July, 1803, all payments of ono hun dred dollnrs and under; after,...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 May 1858

Special Notices. jt3T Qmo 8tat and Union Law Col toon. This Institution has boon removed to Clereland, Ohio. Degrees are leg-tlly conferred, and student upon llmdijatlnft may be admitted to practice. For CI mi Ian address at Cleveland, M. A. KIN (I, Bccrctary. Dwmlyir 0, IS A 7. 47) 1 . itiT Thore Aro plenty of young genllo men ns well m plenty of old one whose beard arts turning gray, wblch giree the Ibrmer a great deal rf uneasiness and expose the age of Hi tatter. To avoid these lit! If ferptetltlc we advise soch of onr rwdors to use Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative, which will In the conreeof a few week enange the hair to Its Mtnral eolor. It does not dyethehnlrllke the most of hslr rcntoraUvr. but pro dnceea.rrndnal change of color from the roots of the Anal enfl, and gives It a fine and glossy appearance. W have Been many persons who litre uw it successf utly, and pro nounced It the only Invention which liaa come to their Idea of a"enre for pray heads." We commenced nslng it nbon...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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