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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 27 August 1853

FREMONT JOURNAL: I.W. BOOTH Editor and Publisher. The JnunuL, is published e ve rv Saturday morn ,g Office In Ihieklaiid Brick flu'ilding third tory; Fremont, Hnnitnshy county, Ohio. T K RMS. Single copy, per year. In ndvnnee. $1 . V nil Town iibnriher Will be eiinrgfii ?i u. jiibuh fereneeiu IhMerms'ietweenlh priceon paper" dslireredintown end t hose sent by mail, i occa sioned by theexponse ofcarrying. How to Stop a PArr.n. Tirst seethat yon hnv paid for it up to the time yon wiah it to stop; notify the Pout Meter of your desire, and auk him to no tify the pn hi isher, under hi frank.fasheis author lied to do) of your wih to discontinue. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Due square 13 line first insertion $n SO Da each additions linserlion 25 Do Threo months 2 "(I Do Six months 3 f,n Do One year 5 nn Two squires Six months l "0 Do Oiio venr nn Ilulfcolnmn One year 18 00 One coin in n One voar 30 00 i.i mi ii ' 3 I BID Wll , , . . ,. .. 33nstncs3 Directory. F It KM 0 T .1 0 U It X A h JOB PRIX...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 27 August 1853

THE JOURNAL: FHKMONT, OHIO. i. tv. mtorii i:uior. SATURDAY, AUO. 27, 185:. WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. KO'l UOVKItNOn, NELSON HAKKKKK. of lliyhhiml. ma i.iKorKniKT r.orrntnK. ISAAC J. AI.LKN. of lUrhlniitl. " m Tiin tHin nr rrTt. IIEiNRY nitAC'II.M AN. ' of ILimiHon. MHiHHtTtiif nr rTr. NELSON II. VAN VOIUIES. ' .lhens. nn TTimn:r urirrrtAt . WILLIAM II. CJIIISON. of Seneca. rnn tvrnr.r. jrnr.r. FRANKLIN T. IJACKLS. of Cuyhoya. ran onior rcm.ic winm, JOHN WADDLE. of' Coshocton. THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE. VOR STATE COMMISSIONS OF COMMON SCHOOLS, Turkish Question. Nothing definite ns yet has transpired on (bis exciting question, but the belief now i that it will be terminated peaceably. Wc must say, though a peaceable man, that we feel a little ?orry and disappointed that the question should be settled without a war. Wc bad high hopes that a blight and auspic ious day was ubout to dawn on the down troden millions of Europe. We had bright hopes, that the Land of the Magyars would soon become ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 27 August 1853

Tennyson on Woman's Rights. The ladies Rre going, we perceive, to hold another convention, next nuluinn. We can tell them if tliey do not know already where they enn find n whole armory of weap ons, ready, fnely wrought and beautifully polished. Besides a score of passages on their side of the question, they will Cnd in that poem the controversy summed hid in the fine lines following: "For woman is not undeveloped man, Butdivevso; could we make her as the man, Sweet lore were slain, whose dearest bond is tin's Not like to thee, but like in difference: Yet in the long year liker must thnj grow; The man be more of woman, she of man : Ho gain in sweetness and in moral height, Nor lose the wrestling thews that throw the world; She menial breadth, nor lail in childwnrd care. More as the double-natured Poit each: Till at last she set herself to man, Like perfect music- unto noble-words; And so these twain, upon the skirts of Time, Sit side by side, full-summed in all their powers, Dispens...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 27 August 1853

Agricultural. Cows HaLniNo t p TiiKiit Milk. A few '- since 1 Iw.nlit it young Cow, wliidi j'mvuil to he very wild, unci when I took i .y her firm cnlf, elie Mould not give hor ni;lk. I lienrd it n-mnrked tlml pulling n iirlit on Ihc Cow's biiuk woulJ muko her jjvc her milk down. I nccorrliii!Jy drove dor into n stable, got a hushul of grain, und put km hor bnck. -While kept in (his pusiii ni, 'ie liarl no power lo liolj U her milk, for ii tne down freely. Afir doing this a few liiiu-B and Hfterwn'',!j pulling my hand on the nek of tho Cow, ii would givu wny, nnd ihc would immediately give dowu her niilk. Cultivator. Thaxsi'L.vntinu Luton Trees. TI.vry' MiigHzino contains mi intcrcsti.iy iiccount of n successful modi- v removing' lurge trees, from 20 to to feet high, hy t!iu fkozkv iiai.l Murium. The experiinent was performed by I tea JaqnpB, fii 'O.'iircustcr M,is. Tho trees were Shell but k hickory ; they were transpor ted n distance of several miles, and their growth the followin...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 3 September 1853

FREMONT JOURNAL; I.W. BOOTH, Editor and Publisher. The JnORir.,ia published ry Riitnrday morn lij Oflica in liiirklitnrT Brick Uitilding lliird toryi Fremont, Sandusky county. Ohio. TERMS. Single copy; per year, In advanca. $ 1 SO Paid within the year, 3 00 Town eubicritierewillbecherue d fl 75. The dif ference in thnlermebetweenthe priceon paper deli re red i n town and those rent by mail,ia ncca hned by I he expense of carrying. HowToSmr ATAPr.R. rimtupethntyoiiriave paid for it p to the time yon wish it to atop: notify the Poat M inter of your rfei re, and ask him to no tify the pulilishcr.il nd" r his franl-,( ns he is author ised to do) of your wish to discontinue. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Dne aqnara 1 3 I'm first insertion . .... $0 50 Do earli addiliona linaerlion. S5 Vo Three month 2 "0 Do Six month 3 50 Do One year 6 00 rro aquirss Six mont'is GOO Do Olio year 10 00 . Halfcolnmn One yar 18 00 One column One year 30 00 'WJ lll- Business Directory. FREMONT JOURNAL JOB P K I A 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. — 3 September 1853

jrHE jQUllNAL FREMONT, OHIO. : ' rI.' VT. MOOTII lltlltor. 'Saturday, September 3, issn. WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. 6f KO'l KOVKllNOK, NEf.SON 15AHIIKIIF.. " , HM1TKM1T (lilVl.nnnR. : ISAAC J. ALLEN. . of i-hl.uul roR TK. -t'IU.R STtTH. ,;'. " IIKSRY I'll A ('II MAN. j . -.-... fif IhtfiUnn. s r re nxiirT mr r nirr. ' !F.i.SO7 11. VAN VOltllM. . Athens. tmn rrMr or.i.. WILUAM II. (ilH?ON. " ttf Seneca. - roit fvrnEMK Jvvcr. FRAN RUN T. BACKUS. 0 Cuyhoga. roR ')ARinr pnnni' wortm, JOHN WADDLE. (if C'm"c')h. ', JTUE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE. TOR STATU e'OMMI.SSIONE OK rilJiHU.N SCHOOLS, LOIIIiV AMItrAVS. The Dcmtcrat b:ooma testy over our com ments on its Temperance article, am comes "down" upon our correspondent and onrscir, treating us both with ns little courtesy as pos sible, and charging the Journal with willfully and inaliciously misrepresenting his position So far are wc from wishing, or aiming at, any thin" of the kind, thut we even took the trotib- 1.. ly ..ii'n tie Atrn l.imritirii I...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 3 September 1853

ILtNKlSG Cl'ITU. or Clirc,n. The L'lii Crttro Journal Utiles llmt llio Hanking Ci;iitnl of Cook (Jointly, tl jv--iicd in Stouts with tho Stnlu Auditor, U lis billows: Marino 1! ml; 1 2 1.005 80 Cliira'j ! mk Union Hank Dunk of America City Hunk Murchtinls' nnd Mechanics' Commcrciiil Hank 7l,32G.D8 0.j,0!H.00 60,000.00 01,111.17 Ci.700.00 00,000.00 470,OgO.OO of Tublo -tulk, or knocking, sometimes lends to embrt' fussing results, ns is proved by tho fl lowini L'ossip current nt ileilin. A pmty met, tliu oilier nilit, mid formed n chain, imd when the fluid whs in movement, a miirticd lady present puts the question "How many children have 1?" Tap, lap, tap, tup or lour, replied the ta ble. "Truo; vrondeiful!" exclaimed the lady nnd oil others. Presently her husband came in, and asked the time question. Tap, tap or two was tho answer. The effect produced by this may bo better conceited than described. This might be termed "scandalous Ublelulk." What was it t Between 9 nnd 10 o'clock say...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 3 September 1853

For the Ashtabula Telegraph. For the Ashtabula Telegraph. FALL WHEAT AND SUMMER FALLOWS. ,J .Thero tim. winch some Mill allow, Long punt nc tiling hitve got . Mart, When every farmer had his fallow, ' A certain nt hi plow or cart; For it wa tlmnlit the best receipt, The only one, in fact, in faslritm, For rsiing any winter w hunt To ri tb wind, or make the ensh on. .''' It was a ork of plow and liarrow, ' Qoinj n! summer, into full, 4 -. -,'flirough all which limn the land wenl furrow, ; In hopes in time to irnke a lmwl: Ureen award was pWed then plowed aerosa. Then lengthwise harrowed every plowing. There wn of hind nnd limo a loss, r Even for cleaner tiMi allowing. These summer fullaws had t1ic;r day, But eye will open and 'twas found, 'f wa mostly labor thrown nwy, A tingle plowing of the ground, t Turning the green-award neatly under, .. Ready for harrow, and for sed, Would turn the wheat out to a wonder, Mote than a fallow could, indeed. ., If two long years to raise one crop I...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 10 September 1853

FREMONT JOURNAL: I.W. BOOTH, Editor and Publisher. The JnoRiiir..ipublihed every Saturday morn tigOffice In itaolilmid's ririrk rtitilding third lory! Fremont, 9 indn.ky ennniOhio. 'term's, . Bingle copy, peryear, In advance. $I3'J Paid wl'.hinlbe year, Tl..1-;r. Townulicriberwillbeeharged!j1 73. Tli.- ference in thptrins'ilveen Ih price on paper 0i7red in town and those sent hy mail.it occa- llmrnl hvlheepen ofo irrving. nT3Tnf aPapfb rirteeihtvonrinv aid for it up to I'm tiiiiB von wish it In stop: nnt'fy tht Pout M uter nf voui desire, andnsk liini In no tify t he nuMislier.tinder his frnnl.( as he ia author iced to d'i) of your wish to disrnntinue. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Dn linare 13 linen firm insertion... D.j evil i Milinim linarrlinn Pa Three month Do - Six month Do One year Two aqnsre Six month Ho One year Italfrnlnmn One year One column One year .Stem . as . ami . a no . son . Gnn , in on . is on . 30 on J3smcs0 Directors. FREMONT JOURNAL jon pBiSTurajiPPicEi Wo ire now nrep...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 10 September 1853

THE JOURNAL: FREMONT, OHIO. v. iiiiura iidiior. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER n, J 85?. WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. ro l,' LKXOR, V . NELSON U.UUIKIIC of fighlunJ. rn itinmir corfmo. ISAAC 4. Al.LKX. of TUcM-uut. tm OF iTT1t, tlF.NHY ORArUMAM. rf IlamHt'iH. roH Kiuitt or iTtrr. NEL.SOV H. VAN VUKI1KS. Athens. mm uTTormrr urrrrsu . WILLIAM H. GIBSO.Y. o Seneca. tin fvmtxt jcno. , FRAXKLl.N T. BACK U.S. of Cuuhoga. ran (oikd or rem cr afi, JOHN WADDLE. of Cothocton. THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE. TO!l STATS COMMISSIONS OF COMMON SCHOOL', I.OHI AKDUCWS. tSTTht Mast Temperance Convention held at Clyde on thursdny last was an en-thj-tiastic meeting. Tretty general unanimity prevailed, and the deliberations of (he mo cl ing were conduct' d with n.uch dignity nd decorum. Indeed we can s.iy. that wc have never seen a more intelligent assembly upon any occasion. The bonest and thinking portion of community were there, or we are much mistaken At least we can say that the free thinking portion of the voting commun...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 10 September 1853

Scrofulous Diseases. Pr. Tvlar, of New Hiven. Conn., mentions a esse of Epilepev, in a Herolulous child, the fit oe curring every three weeks, wus io rellsved hy this remedy, a lo pass six months wllhonl fits. It has been with entire success in Bronchial Affao tlonaand in chronio cm of debility from men strual difficulties, lie savs, I found the Rock Rosa to hero wonderful eflot. In improving tlieep petite, strength end sdirils, In foot '"'T requiring tonie, It has more then fitllfilled the ex pectutioii of Ihoss who kno in Talus. See ad .arlisHiient of Myers' Hook Rose. Agents, S. DUCK LAND A CO., Fremont! Wheldun A Rhodre. Sandusky t-i'v ,-l. E. Harmless, Clyde; and Prnggiate generally where pamphlet" Ac., ma be had gratis. KOHL A. CO., north-east corner of Fourth and Vine elreele, Cineinnali, O., Western Agents. of Ladies, Read this! Weakness of the limbs and General debility cured by using the Oxygenated Bitters. Boston, February 13, 1850 MESSRS. STIMPSON & REED, During the ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 10 September 1853

Agricultural. Meat Lino, os Liulb LAKD.Tlie Fur mm UumpMni'iA, in nt) article On smutl firms inaikt out (tic following colli se for llio farmer vt small CMjiiluI li pursue; Yon have 100 m-rrs ch ar, 60 of wliicli rou keep rattire and for rneiulow. Mnko up 6ur miiid lo work only 25 tier s; ilie oilior 25 being put down to clmer an J iiuijlliyt as yoa best enn. You linvc manu'o tuouyh in hiiJ about j our farm for six ncrcs. This )-m haul that on to ymi l.inJ; plou;li it nn.l pui in corn; with u little italic, nttd if you can gi t it, lk..-d lime or plaster to every lill. Tlougl twice on deep as iisimI itn dtiijj! twice ns I' n . with a loiij loiitlicJ drug, till tho l.iivl in liU a garden. If you have got 33 busln-ls to tlie tho acri! before, we can wurrmit you now "H or BO j for you rultuMtu an J lion, tho cm twice 9 much l.ki.'. isa. You tloublu y"ur crop at & very liulu uureasfa cost. Having no more manure, you must, depend onuVi'pei ploughing nnd better dragging for tlio other...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 17 September 1853

FREMONT JIOURNAL: I. W. BOOTH, editor and Publisher. The Jin)R!M..ipnblilied everv Pntnrday mnrn Itg Office tn lliiHiland's Hrirk" Building third toryt Fremont, Sandusky county, Ohio. TK RMS. Single copy, per yenr, In advance, $1 SO Paid within the year, 3(10 Townsnbscriherewillbeclinrged fcl i5. Tilt dif ference In t ho t r m bet woo n the price on papers delivered in town and those aent by mail, Is oeca timed by the expense o (carrying. How to Stop a Papfr. First seelliat yon hare paid for it i:p to the time you wish it to stops notify ihe Post Master of your dosire, and sili him to no tify the publishcr.nnderhia frank, ( aa he ii author lied to do) of your wish to discontinue. RATF.STTbvEtlTISINO. One square 13lines first insertion 1 050 Do ench additions linsertion 25 Three month "00 Six months 3 flu. four 8 00 Do Do Do Two squares Six nionlhe. Do tine year Half colnmn One year. .. Qna column One year. . 6 00 1000 18 00 30 00 Business Directory. FREMONT JOURNAL Wnr now nrennreii...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 17 September 1853

jrinouRNAj, FREMONT, OHIO. lTvtT noon i t: a it r "." SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, I83H. WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. von imvKUKon. ; NELSON HAURGUE. of Highland, von i.ifurwN n r oovr.nnon. ISAAC 3. ALLEN. of Richland. ron TiiKtwHtn or state. 1IF.NRY HI!ACIIMA.. of Hamilton. ron sv.crlt nit or stitf. NELSON I!. VAX VOUIIES. of Athens. ron ATTonNVY onco ir . WILLIAM II. GIIISON. of Seneca. run rt'PHKMi: junor. FRANKLIN T. BACKUS. of Cuyhoga. ron koki' or ri al ic works, JOHN WADDLE. of' Coshocton. THE FEOPLE'S CANDIDATE. TOn BTATlt COMMtSSIOSE OF COIIMOX SCHOOLS, lis I , ' jtlTWithin a few day past, many an as piring democrat has seen hishopes prostrated i n tbe dust. But the '-Young America" por- f..l ,1.a. lr.fr., I flii hinm tm ,nnJi- nM lIUll IVVl IU(ll ULKUI Viw uiwiv ' having, as yet, become habituated to such things. Don't tale on so my lads; it is noth ing after you get used to it ; although we con fess it seems rather hard to be decapi tated bv onos own politiral friends. The dem- oc...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 17 September 1853

Chain PutnpM. A largo arrival of chiiin, hiih reels, f ine, A link tuboin A. ri.Ili rs lor chain pumps, Tho new link tulwing. seems lo bo nil that is wauling to render this ver p ipnla r pump, per fect in every particular. Warnlcd not to fiecie in the coldest weather we a ll our friends and every bodv who are in want of it rump to exam ine tliia article at the Hardware Store of the Hoys. CANF1ELD A MlTCflFLL. 8rIiool A'otioc. rihe School examiners for Sandusky County JL wiil meet at the office of G. V. it O. S. Glick on Friday, the'l Mh of Sept. and for uin e consecutive weeks there ufiei . All persons applying fur certificate, will have to pass a satislory exnmiuiilinii, in Ortl ogrnphy, Heading, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, a ail ENm.isn GnAftiMin, and no other need app'y. No certificates will ho issued only oil the days of regular meeting of the board. O. W. CLICK. C'lctk of the Hoard. Fremont Sept. I7lh 1S.13. 9t ADVERTISEMENT, Good Mcdicmcs. gjCT - - .' STASLSiTS DI.lF,ni;Ll...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 17 September 1853

Cloiul & Car vin! DEALERS In Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Groceries, Queen's Ware, a liirpe nml len. did aeeortmenl : also Hsrdware, a good stock. The e'tention of the pcoplo of Sandusky county la inviled lo our large anil well selected assorl maot of alVir Spring Goods! juel received. In offering our Goods to tlie TnMic, we nre con fident that a more vaiiid and splendid stock can not be found ill this part cf the Stain. An examination otlho I'aricly, tj-iali'y anl Pri tfl of our Coods cannot fuil of satisfying Ilic closest buyer that Ihis isAc place to make their purchas es." Wi make nif rli'mt tu humbug the public be holding cut the Inducement thul wo eel I "rlicoprr them the chrapesl," and selling one or two leading articles merely to 'li.iit fPtomtn,' intending lo make it tip on olhcr article". 1 he public: miy rest assured that we aril the most desirable Good, nnd I 1'iilfoinil LowprlfM nnd no Iovl ttlion. The Ladies will always find at our ''toro the TIIK flXIST LOT Or SILK...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 24 September 1853

FREMONT JOUHNAL: I. W. BOOTH, Editor and mblishcr. . The .looRKr..iapublinhnd every Satnrday morn tig Office In Bnrkland'a Krick Rnitding third atoryi Fremont, Sandusky county, Ohio. TERMS. Simile copy, per year, In advance. $1 50 Psid within the year, 00 Townsubseriberewtllbecnarged $1 i3. The dit- ference lit thotermebetween the priceon papers deli rered in town and those ten! by mail,isocca- bned by theexpenee ofoarrying. H ow to Stop sPapkr. First seethal yon have paid for it np to thi time von wiih it to etopt notify the Peat Master of yon r desire, and ask him to no tify the publleher.nnder hie fran k,( as he ia author feed to do) of your wish to discontinue. R.ATESOF ADVERTISING. One square I3lines first insertion Do each additions linsertion. ...... Do Three months. ..... Do Bis months. $0 50 25 9 00 3 60 5 00 6 00 Do One year. iwo square Six months.. Do One year lUl'U llalfcolnmtl One year 18 00 One oolumn One year 30 00 Ultflbtfsa Dirtttorji. FREMONT JOURNAL JOB PB1MTISO O...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 24 September 1853

THE JOUNRAL: FREMONT. OHIO. . .t. tV. HOOTU Katlter. SEPTEMBER 34, l5. WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. ! t; V.. rot governor,' ' fELSON n.vnnniiE. ! .- of Highland. ,,.). dT T-n '- I - - ' Ton I iH'Ti;.rT onvi.nioiu rTlrVUSAAO J. ALLKN. . ' .b ' JiivltUnd. : ' . e ' . ... ; - ' 4wlf '.i ton tRVAimm rrTi. e r?v IlLJiRY URACIIMAN. '.' of Hamilton . r: roK iccnTiit or stats. ... - .v. ft NELSON II. VAN VORI1E3. -M; . of Athens. j , ron iTToRarr nrnrsut. r.; i -7f t W ILLIAM H. GIBSON. , .... ... . ,. 0 Seneca. TOR tUFHKNe IITO. FRANKLIN T. BACKUS. . ,: of Cuyhoga. roil o.Mor rt'mif nones, 5 JOHN WADDLE. .of CoJiotini. 1.1 u ; . i ' THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE TOR BTATt COMMISSIONS OF COMMON SCHOOLS, "e Wi trut our patrons will linve tlie good ' tees lo pardon our sheet of last week and tliis. v 'We have t large lot of excellent pnper that will be on hand by next week; and we promise to more than make up for our pres ent deficiency. I BOLTING. - There seems to bo a disposition among men calling them...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 24 September 1853

t '1 V" FIRST AHKIVAL OF TUB SEASOXJ HEAD QUARTERS tlMtE MAMMOTH STOCK it dnily nrriv- ing, and the old Regulator Is moving off wilh flying colors; the extrn two rod which we have just edded to our i-itore Ilooni, l creeling Immense excitement amonglhe entire community, end the rush -ia beyond precedent. fcvery bodr goes to Head Quarters, and should the whole country con tinue to do all their business with the Thirteen Rod Kstablishrnent, as they Have done lor me pact four weeks, we shall ha obliged to bridge the S HI It IMI OU8E ind the River, open our doors on the east bank, sutiibliah a Telegraph Office ill the rear, and sell Goods by lightning. Thai beautiful clean Sugar, twenty pounds for ne dollar; Coffee at ten cents and Nails five dollars per barrel, is what Troubles this Old Line o' nights! l K however, generally uuderstood that the last meeting of this Old Combination broke up in a row, there being a difference of opinion as to who should be the fighting cock the coming ye...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 24 September 1853

Joiuli& Garvin! "F.Ai.Eri9 In fancy and Stnl Dry Goods, . .1 rClroee rim, Qnern's Warn, n large nnd splen did assortment i also Hardware, a frond s'ock. The attention ofthe people of Satirtm ky county ieinvilrtlto our large and Kali selected assort ment of .IVic Spring Hoods! ' just repaired. In offering onr Goods to (ha Pnlj'lc, we are eon- floVnt that a raor varied nnd splendid atock oon , not b fosnetia this part of the State. An nomination of the I'ariety, Quality and Pri- ' rri.f eur Cooda cannot fail of eatisfying the cloaeat buyers that ihia tfie plaea to make their porches a. We make lie effort to humbug the public by holding out the Inducement that we aell "cheaper than the cheapest," and selling on or two leading articles merely to 'bait customers,' Intending to make It up on other articlea. The public may rest 'Mured that ws aell the most desirable Goods, and '" - Uniformly Low prices nnd no Devl in I on. The Ladle, will always find at our Store the THE FINEST LOT OF ...

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