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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 May 1858

American Institute Farmer's Club. From the New York Tribune. NEW YORK, Monday, April 19. ; R L. TiLt, Prrwilontof tl) flub, in Uit chair. Judgs Moigi tlio Sccrotnry, being sick, Mr, Chamber cnkirtUd." ATuctlluntovt Matter. Wm. bAwton of Nsw Roclicllw Mid: Tho Farmer' Club of the Amoricnn Institute is not a niiorllino outor informal mdoting, hut a brnncli of tils' Inttilute, and tin ftroeocdiiig nrn published and distributed nil ovtr -tha worlJ, o thai ug(stion thrown out bora nra not nlon for the ar of those alio attend llio moot ing!, but for tboso who may read tho pro ' aeeding many rears brm o, as thoy are preserved in the bound volumes of tho In tituto'i transactions, besides in tho daily (journals. '"-.. "r. ' i Tlre Prsdent said, I hart) for remarks to mako npou misoellawon uiijocts. i consider that all lands are benefited by itiv , dor-draininc. and all crops iuscreased. 1 Tho enow and rain falling in a year is enough to cover the earth with water .three tret aeep. ' What bec...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 May 1858

FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC M. l-EEI-fcl., Proprietor. Tbe JOTHVAL l published every Friday mnrnlnfr. nin'-ln tho tltlril story, Rackland'a Block Fremont, 0andaeky eonnty, Ohio. , TERMS OF RCnsCMPTlOS. .. One copy, per year, tn advance, by mail..... 1'ald within Hie vrar After the expiration of the year Townsubscribers,ln advance ...tl.M ... .no ... t,so ... 1,7a RATK"1 OF ADVKRTIMKtl. One S laara on lines or less, one Insertion,.. rln. Kaeli additional Insertion tlo. Throe months - do, - Pi month -- tin,, one year .....--.------ Ono-fnnrth column, change quarterly, 1 1 year One-thlrt do. ' One-half do. do. J Whole " no. ' . - a. a ll nr toss. tin. rear-. uminri vni'mi" ' , , -, ,, , Leaded Notice preri'Utno; ninrrmin-i", iMinnin col umn Advertlsementa, to 1 eharfrcd double the above rate. Advertisements should be marked with the numlier nf Insertions or they will be continued until ordered out and ' accordingly. ...fA"0 ... C.4S ... 11.00 :.. ". ... ,00 ... l.oo ... 20,00 ... Js.no . . ....

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 May 1858

FROM WASHINGTON. Washington, May 10. Tlorjsa Tha House next passed the fol lowing Sonata bills: f'r cnltirginr the Detroit and Saginaw land district; for re lief of the Hungarian settlers in Iowa, horetoforo reserved from snlo; nnd authori sing the Seeietarv of the Treasury to soil the old Custom llou-ta and ml, at Katli, Maine, The House then proceeded to the con sideration of the bill directing the Secrotn rr of the Treasury to rav out of tlio fund norotoloro received ironi uroai uriutiii 1111-i der tha tratr of Ghent, vnrious sums to citizens in Virginia, Marylntid and South Carolina to compensate them for tho loss of their slaves, carried away by the Hritish du Tinir the war of 1812. Mr. Bliss of Ohio, argued that these claims, instead of bning embraced in, aro iprensly excludod by that treaty. Mr. Oarnott replied, saying that the gov ernment of Virginia was interested in the bill, and that under it the slaves are to be paid for at the rate of $3,80 per head was ridiculously low...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 May 1858

, Special flbiices. jf $r Onto Stat and Cston Law Col- Laoa.Tkli Iirslltnllna. hu Wn removed to Cleveland, Ohio. Prfrreca are lerslly conferred, and stndenta nnnn fjredunllng may be admitted tfl practice. For Clrenlara ddree. at Cleveland, It. A. KING, JUiJ. Decm'b.rtl.MT. 47yl IIaiii R8TonATtVK. Wo aro pleased to record tli tlficllon of ourpatrnna, after trial of an ar ticle advertised In onr colnmne. Wa hav. iha eati.factlon to kno st veral of onr readers who kmnJ Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative, and pronnnneed It to be jo.t what the advertisement ears It la. W hav. aer.:ll pfnwnal ac quaintances, toa, who wra array headed-ih.y have tried It, and now thalr hair l restored to Iti original color, and they wllllnjly add thalr testimony to Ita efficacy , and will ,lve farther Inlormatlen t other, desiring It. This sneaks wall for th artlcla and we advise alt who do not wlh to appear greyheaded to naa Wood'i Hair Restorative. Tssfsra Patrii. Bold by all good Druggists. ISw i Quit La we M...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 May 1858

The Woman who Lives without Eating. , V lmv pullishd pcvrnl letter to hating this ftxtrnonlinnry caw of n(fcriiit ; tliy ro important to fvcinniiti'-. toon, no i Miinfully intorrwting to nil. The following U wriltan by Ilev. H. P. Willimm, to tho Christie Advocnte: "Mrs. Ilnyos is not yel yt tU-nl. I hnt kr NVorn) timo. Ami after rending II Mini upprtiuod in tli Adeocats in rognrd to nor, vohlur to corainunit'iuo a low thought upon lief caj. Boforo sho pawod lulo thiipAculinr and afllicliro condition, lior With wm for tomo lcintfth of timo extromo ly poor. She ato but littl, and that little occasioned a consiJorablo amount of tuffnr Jng. Somotnnes it throw hor into pr.sm. For aoarly a year before she coasod to take refroshmonU altogother, Mia lived wholly, or noarly so, upon the juico of driod rasp berries, until that Lecamo a source of suff ering. Then, for a time, she took occasion ally a small quantity of cold wntor; and it is now nearly a venr since she swallowed any liquid to t...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 21 May 1858

, FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC M. UECLtll, Proprietor. Tae JOURMAT. la published eTerf Frio's, irtorntn.:. OIRw In ih third atorjr, BucklanS'a Block Fremont, Saauaak county, Ohio. TERMS OF SUUHCRtPTtOH. On font, per rear, In Mtranee, by mall ..f 1.8ft . Paid within the rear . After the exnlrnttun fifth rear ....... S.60 Tewaaubacrlbr,tn adrane. It' , turns or advbrtisiwo. Onegquar loilne. or le., one ln.ertt.on 0,0 S. R.eh additional Ineerllon... 0.i do. Three mnnUis... - f do. Hl mnntu J. do. Oneeear rW""'"""i.X One-fenrth solemn, chant;, quarterly, 1 year. . . lA.nn One-thlrd do. . do. do ..., floe-hell do. do. do ... 2S.0O Whole do. do. do ... 4ft.no limine Card. 8 line or lew, one yer... .... S,00 Leaded Mollee precedlnR marrlatr, and Pontile eol- inn Advertisement, to he charged donMe the ahore rate. Adeerilement should he marked with the nnmher of Inaertlnne or titer will be continued until ordered out and charged accordingly. JOB TRINTTNO, Of all kind, neallr and etpeditlou.lr eernt...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 21 May 1858

Late from Utah—Mormons Peaceful. onUi lsth, stfttcs that m' express LrJ touched LoflTcnwortu from L-nmp bcotl April 15th, bringing tho Intt-llionco thnt th Mortrton ImJ lai.l down their nrnv and that Oov. Cumminga had, on th in vitntion of Gov. Young, ontf rod Salt Lakn City without An escort. Loltors received tjr Col. Ricli At tho Fort, corroborated iho Btatortiont, nnd it was universally credited at Leavenworth that Oov. C. ontcrcd Salt Laka City April Oth. Tho army wm ready for Immedinto action in case of nn emoron 'cv. and it isfurthur stntod that many Mnr- 'mons Lad gonO tO UlO Southern part of tho 'Territoiy, nud iho women nnd children wore preparing to follow. . I)ntes from Salt Lnko Cily to tho lnal of Fobrunry by wny of California givo pro bability to tho stntoinont of. ponccful ovor turos by Brighnra nnd hia followers. Xhn pooplo of Suit Lnko wero biwy puling in their crops, nnd woro working away at the Totnple as though no sorioiw war was an ticipated. Cel. Thomas L. Kane...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 21 May 1858

;itj.; .cei.'ij polices. Ohio Stats and Ukioh Law Coi.- Mrm. Till Irudltiitlolt haa beon irmnrM to Cleveland, Ohio. Dfurocs are lr jilly eunri md, and atude nta Hi"! rimdnatliitf m.ie be admitted to practice, for Circular. "Wimh at Cleveland, M. A. KlXfJ, Secretary. 'WflM.Jt'lV, 1R.'.T. 47yl IIatr Uestohative. Wo aro pleased to ooor.l th. ..tl.raelion of oiirpalrena, after trial of an ar ticle mItmUumI In onr cntumna. We hare the aatiffhctlon tn know arrera! of onr reader, who liar oaed Prot Wonda Hair RctonUlT.,nild pronounced It to be Juet what the adrertlaenicnt any. wo r""1"" " aaalntancea. Win, wllo were (rray beaded they litre tried It, nil now their hair la featured to lie original color, and they wllllnirly add their U-atlmnny to IU elnracr, Anil will rln further Information to other drutrlnff it. Thla noali well for the article and we advln all who do not wl.h V appear (rrny headed to n Wood'! Hair Restorative. M'uira ralrM. . Suld hy alt (rood PntspUU. 11mt2 .. Spring Medi...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 21 May 1858

Fremont Journal. The Perils of the Border. (Continued from first page.) Thoy thouslit, liVo tlieir comp inion.'tlifU tb bont would 1m -afost if mndo fast to fin ftmtiMifling limb of th Kenluoky 1ioi; 1iut frankly rulmillrd tlint this could not Ik? -done- without diffioulty nJ danger, and that thcro was possibility of . keeping tho current. 'Thn irmko Hint roilii.il a certainty, and it lliall b ths best night a work you . rnr porfofmad L" rejoined Eugeno, in quick, excited tono. "We'll do tho bast we can, Cap'ii," was . the rosponso, "but no man enn bo snrtin of - tho currant of this here crooked stream in a foggy night," A long silonee followed the voynflers slowly drifting down through a misty dnrk nes tinponfltrable to the eye whan, sud denly our eominnnilcr, who wm standing near Ibo Oovr, toll Hie oxU?ndea branen oi an overhanging limb tilontly brush bis face. lie started, with an exclamation of alarm, and at the samo moment the boatman on right called out: . . "Quick, here, boys...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 May 1858

FREMONT JOURNAL. ISAAC 91. KGELEK, Proprietor, Th. JOtTRJfAT, UiHihllali.il v.rv Frl.lar mnrntn. omn-In the third atnrjr, Uucklaml'l Block I'remont, ganduskf county, Ulllo. TKHM8 OF BUDSCRIPTION, One enpT, ppr ypar, In advance, hy mall ... ...tl.M ... a.oo ... a,i ... !, lit wuitln the vtar Arter tli. expiration of the year Town aabacrlbi'ni.ln ailrano. RATH" Or ADVBKTiBTWrl. On.Hmiaf lo llwa nr la, "" lnart(on,., Jo. K.arlia.l.lltlnnal Inaerllno tn.'o ... n.-j ... it.no ... s.oo .. .no .. is.no .. 2n,no . . 2s.no .. 4fi.u0 do. Tlir. mntna fin. Bin rnnntha ... II.. M, .......... Oiw-frmrtli ninmii,bng quarterly, 1 rnr On.-thlrd "I". (nr-lialf . J"' J Whnl. "" do . n.Mi. a Unr-a or Ir-aa. r.no Trar .. 6,00 t UnHnuR nr.wllna' mnrrlaira. and PnnM. rnl Ailvnrtlaamniita. to 11 channel donhle til. almv. ratp. Ailvirtlampnta ahnuM ha markrMl with .the number nf Insertions nr thiv will be continued until ordered oat and hargl accordingly. jon PMSTISO, Ofnll klnrlK nMtlv ami xppdltlonlyptPcn...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 May 1858

FROM WASHINGTON. Washington, May 22. Tho bill reported by Mr. Iluntor in th 8Dt to-dv, givo authority to tho Pres ident, at any lima within twolve montlie from tbo rs.tjje of the act, to borrow (15,- 000,000, with a proviso that no contract hall bo mad to provant tli United Slto. from roimbursmg lha turn borrowed at any tiro after the expiration of fifteen years from the first of January next Tho stock ts to be issued bearing interest not exceed ing 6 percent. There is to be issued no loss a turn than one hundred dollars, which nay be transferred on books of tho Treasu ry, whenever requested. Tho Secretary nay cans coupons of semi-annual interest to bo attached, to the certificates assigned or transferred. Tha Secretary is to give publio notice for bids of not less than thir ty days, and accept tho most favorable from responsible biddorj. No stock is to bo dis posed of at less than its par value. The faith of the United States is plodgod for the payment of the interest and redemptio...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 May 1858

Special Notices. flT Onio Stat and Union Law Col- twau. This Institution Iim been removed in Clerelend, rthio. Decree s are Imltr conferred, and student npon Graduating may be admitted In practice. Tor Clreulsre nddren atClrretend, M. A. Kiau, rjeorr-r, December , 1M- 47)1 TUB ORBATEST DISCOVERY OP TUB AOB-It scl A nolle. under any circumstance, ps. tent medicine., restorative .r any thing of the kind, for h... . erelndles sgstn.l ths most of tlicra. Put csn. oreotntl. o.tolnelte sttentlon t. the ede e rtl.C7nrnt nf Prof Wood1! Restorstlrs In the Isst column it the bottom of tbs third pass ef tM . We are loo Juvenile to requlrssny thing of ths kind, bat some lntenecs of It n hsrs eonM to ear knowledge which almost aure or that It Isssnvsrelgn remedy against the hair becoming prema turely gray. It It not a "Hair Dyes" but npon Ita applica tion an directed, the effect U produced upon the akin, which brings out the original natlre colored hair, without tllTneal, and glrea It a gloy and...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 May 1858

Fremont Journal. Great Fire at New Albany, Indiana. T ho grant mclin aliop atH.lili'ilimerft cf th Nw Albany & Snlom Riiilrorul Com pany was burned Friday morning. , .Tho building covered A squme f groimJ, nnd lh . (o luo Ccmparty in' buiiVliiij, looo lnotivei, patterns, nlBclilnery, Ao., U cli rnnUd l evw 150,00i, nnd no inurnnco. ' Sofen locomotives in the round liouae xtnta dmiged to about hiilf llicir value. The Railroad Company U so mlmrrftsaoi that no attempt to rebuild will bo made at pres ent, and ono hundred and fifty men aro thrown out of employment by tho disaster. Fire UribuluJ' to nil incendiary. Tub Response. Tho Kansas press, 10 far wo csii jmlgo h unnniinoiH in iu opinion that th "En;iyi Hi II" of abominations will bo scornfully rejected by llio votors of Kansas That it would bo rejected could an honast voto bo taken, wo have uo doubt; but "like causes produce like cft'eots," and s tho samo machinery is set in motion bv this bill as worked tho frauds at Oxford, 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. — 4 June 1858

:fiikmont journal ISAAC W. UEEIiCIl, Proprietor. Th, JOtmXAt. t.p'il.11.1 OfllcK Intlie tlilr.l .t'iri', I il everr FrMav moi nlnff. Uucklaud's lllock Fremont, ft.ndnkr count, CM.io. . TKRMS OK BCnSCtltrTION fine copy. Tier reiir, 1 n ndvsnre, by mull . . . rtd within tlie ri nr . After the etilriitj..ti of the y-ar Town Buh.rrlh.Tf.. In ,'lrnnre .t fl.RO Jf.Ort 2,fi( l.TA RATES OF ADVERTISING. OneSnuare 10 Urn-, or If", "lie lo.rrtlnn, ". do. K,cliddlli.iil liiurtlon tin. Thrv" month, An. . Mix month, j,' Onii-tlilnl do. One-lifilf do. rln. do. iio ...2.r.,oo do ... 4.'i.i0 ir ti.VO !-..- Ho. In. llu.ine, P.rd., Iln.. le... rear . . vt. iiroci' liiii' marring", nrm .linir niftrnnn, n ml iirui'.ie rni- ...nn A.e'rtl.emelit, to I... cli:ir-r l d...0.le the nhnvc r.lte. T,rti.c,p.ii.li"Ml'' nrli.l with thennml,er..f Inwrtlnn. or they will 1)8 continued unliloraurcdout nil. I cj.mlingly. .TOT! riUNTIS", Of all Vlml, nenllv mil .Tr.illtl'iiilretreilted,nd that too, to the full ,itisf:ie...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 June 1858

FROM WASHINGTON. Washington, May 29. Senitt. -Mr. Mllory, nlthoiifrh rocog. nuingth miwion of lh UtiiUl SUiUa nnd Enclond to b for tbo proKorration of rxnce, could not (norifioe the rights of honor of tb county to any tssu whatever, lie could not eonsidor that this rwwossion of outntgM wm the mart act of individual na val officers. Thoy were owing doubtless to the orders of the English Admiral, at J maicn, who in turn had receirod orders from bit government. It wm a suspicious cir umstane that those oulrngns cm no imme diately after the refusal by this government of certain demands mado by England re specting the Slave Trade. Mr. Hale moved to amend the amend ment to the effect that the acts of the Brit ish are belligerent in character, and should be rosistod by all the power of the country. He considered the acts of the British gov ernment should bo met by acts nnd not by ooumonU. Mr. Mallory withdrew his amendment in favor of Mr. Hale's. Mr. Toombs was in favor of Mr. Halo's Amend...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 June 1858

Special Notices. flT Ohio Statb and Uniox Law Coi- Lani. ThU Inntttiitlnn haa Wn removed (a Cleveland, Ohio. Degreei krs legally conferred, and stnrienta npon Graduating may he admitted to practice. For Circulars addrert at Cleveland, It. A. KINO, Secretary. Dmonilw 9, 1S.17. 47yl TUB OUEATE3T DISCOVERY OF TUB AGK-It sel dom occurs, that wt notice, under any circumstance, pa tent medicines, restorativee, or any tiling of the kind, for we havs a nrciudlee siralnst the mint of there. But can dor coroners on tolnvtt attention to the ndvartlsetnsntef rnf. Wood's Restorative In the last columnar me im f the third pegs of hls W'- w" ,r to J""11' require anything of tre kind, but Homo Instnncci of Its use liar come to ourkrmwlenge wlileli almost assure nt that t ItasorsrrAgn remedy agstnst the hair becoming premv Ittrely gray. It Is not a "Hair Dye;" but upon It applica tion as directed, the efTeet 1 produced npon the akin, whlehbrlngB out the original native colored hair, without wtlr7net...

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

Utah Affairs. It in pitii'lt'ii (imMlifl diitrh nn-i tatiidritij? lit n ival of j C'J): Kho , vm niv 'ctrti'. Niftliin htw bcn liMrd fi-hiri tlifil genllomno im-e, lliougli it whs cxpiftfil hp woulJ reach' VN'fuhiiiton n cnrl n,i ln-t faturJ.iy. All tli 3 ncoounis fumi Furl Bridfft-r anf lliat In wrpt wiilii (ir Cmn jnintfi lo Suit Lnlto City; nu I, if w, In oiilj ( now 14 whorl li is ;riyiriMiUnl To bo by U'l."ftrHh. A lcttr in lit"' IStti Jdnrnal of! tho fi5tli fcn-M ! l')' n-Mivycl to n privnlo ciiizMi mkI ilntcil on llio l-;li, fivo tW Inter tlmu our ollior jk o imi(s wi.v : ' A II R (!mnm!s.oinnc-r. Mr. K:no. nr-i rived hcra on tiie 2,ltti of Mtitdi,' fn.iit Salt Lake Citj', with ilii-patclicM. Hi; ,'iftc tw nnls returned lo (ha city wlioro ho lcnviiuoj n favrdsys, niul on t'.io 5l1i of Afnii rciui iimI .to this Fori, aiul nfior ! liricf int.rrii'V with Gov. Gumming, lultrr ncrocj to no- company him to tho ciiilnl on tiie mornw. Aocorclin rly on llie (lili, Clow Ciiinuilm:-. aU...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 June 1858

FREMONT JOURNAL. ISAAC M. KEELER, Proprietor. Th. JOURXAt, lapnbllsh Try Friday morning. Off. Inth. third story, Uuckland', Dluck Fremont, Ohio. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. T"r, ptr year, la advance, by mall II, '0 Paid within roar J.on Aft, tha expiration of th rear....... ......... Towasubscrlbsrs,ln adranee 1,16 RATES OF ADVERTISING. do. Each ndilltlonal iDMrtloo 0,26 do. Tlir months "" ' So, 8I1 months J"? dn. On year v One-fnn rth col uran , change q uarterly , 1 rear... v-"" . T)a-thlrd do. dn. do .-.W.OO One-half do. do. do Whole do. do. 4J-'" Adr.rtls.n-nl. should M '"r Insertions or tbey will oe aaaordlagly. JOB PRINTING, Of tl hind neatly and expeditiously executed, and Ibat full satisfaction of our patninl. BLANKS, Of all oiserlptlous kpt on hand, or will I printed oa a ISAAC M. KEELER, Editor and Proprietor Fremont Journal. llobcrts & Sheldon. Manufacturers of Copper, Tin, and Sheet-Iron Ware, and Tea1era In Stores, Agricultural Implements, Store., Rags, Wool, Hldea, 8hee...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 June 1858

A REVOLUTION. Vigilance Committee in N. Orleans. New Orleans, June 3. 1 A ro!otion broli out hrs lart nigbl. -A iffilrtc OutnmitUs in lurgs unrwbflw took poMAwion of th srwnsl in nchon qoar and ths prisons tliis morning.' Tho Kistutiv Committoo culls for all law and : order peoplo to join thsm, and ' announces ttfsir dt termination to carry their measures .out. ' At 1 o'clocV A. M., nothing furtlisr had trsrwpired. ' Loaded cannon are posted about tho arsenal and 200 armed men aro on fptard. Th following sdtlress appeared this rmwrwiig. "TV la. Orisea. a !m Orltmnt. After j-eara of die order, .ntraffe and unjcheoaed essnssinattnn tli people - aneble ana una-tlllne, to bow down In unresisted mbtnU etaa ea asel at raia.ens.ortoebandf.n. the eltr In which ' their baeloess, their social svmpatlilee. and their affections elaster, hare at lenrth risen' In their might; haee qalrtly tenon poMonnlon of tho arsenal and building tn Jarknoo square, nod have established there tho hood quarter of...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 June 1858

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Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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