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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 3 December 1858

Fremont Journal. Fremont Journal. ALONE. Patient, and faithful, aad trader end trae, fraying, end thinking, and working for yon- Bearing all-llteotlr Borrow fitr yeare Hnpelully atrlvlng to ennqner my fcara; .T, did wit patience my tenderneaa, trot a, Merit Ml nar tlian tba blight of my youth! lee me one. more my wild e nerp-y back, Olv aaa the aopaa that lltnmiaed Illkt's track j Give ma tba hlth that 1 mated an ron Qira ma tha love that 1 eqtianriereil thera too Ton eaoooti too lightly yon eact them aalde, And for yon and all othara tboee feeling, have dl d. Tat, though tha hnpea that t eherUhed ara dead, Thong tha light from my apirit fo rarer hath (led. Though 'twaa doubting tn God when I doubted In yau, A, my standard and typa of tha raal and tha true; Over tha wreck of my Ufa I would uavcr repine, If tha praca I hara lot warn hut added to thlna. New York Evening Post, 1859. It is with feeling of prefossiotml antls faotioo to which tho proprietor of Th Evknimq Post hnv long lio...

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 December 1858

FliKMONT JOURNAL ISAAC M. liEELEH, Proprietor. Tin JOURNAL lapur.lt.hen' ererr Frl.la.r mnrrilnr;. Orllea In Mia tlilnt atorr, Ilur.klanQ'a block Fremont, fcanu.uakr enunty, Ohio. TRKMfl OF m-nacRiPTtoif. One nop. per rear, in ..Wanee, y mall 1 l.oO Palil within the .'nr V."0 After the etplratlon nf the-Ti-ar 20 Town atibaerthere, in a.lranee 1,75 RATES OV ADVERTISING. OneSquare 10 line or Ip., one tn.rrtlon,. .fO.SO lo. KlClie,lilllial Inaeilloa Ui do. Three month! S,(lO no. Rla month f'."0 no. Iltif fnr R.,M' fln-rntirtti eiilnmn. ehanire ouarterlv. 1 rear l.VOO Ono-third do. !. Hn ...20.00 Oni-hlf do. do. no ...S-V0 Whole do. do. do ... 4.eo Tinalno. Panla, (I llnm or ln, on Tear n,0fl I.ea.lel fottere nreie.llnflr marriage., and Pooh!, col Sum Arirertlaementa, to Ik. rharireil .lool.le lh ahnva rat. I AoVertlnemcnta ahoiiht I. marked with the nnmtar ol I Siaertlona nr ther wlU 00 eontlnucd antll ordered out and tharged accordingly. .ion prixttno, I Of all kind nratlr and espcdlt...

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 December 1858

CONGRESSIONAL. Washington, Dec. 6. IIous. Tho callorins of tli Homo nro erowdsd and tho moml.ers are pnthcrcd in confused frronps on tho floor of tho House, , P 1 , ,. ... ' n(rre(l in pnrnt conversi on. All np- engaged in earnest conversation. All ap pear to bo in fino humor. At noon tho Speaker callod tho House to order. After tho delivery of a prayer, tho roll was callod. About 200 members ropondd to their namos. On motion of M. Florence of Po., a resolution was ndonted appointing a com mittee in conjunction with thnt of tho Sen ate to wait on tho President and inform ' him that a niiorum of both Houses hnd as sembled ana wore ready to receivo any com in u mentions ha may be plcasod to make. Tho daily hour of tho session wns fixed t 12 o'clock. A proposition to select scats created much confusion, but was adopted. Every Kent was vacntod, and selections were made by each momber as his name on a piece of paper wns drawn from the box. Senate. Fifty 8onators answered to tho toll call...

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 December 1858

Specif yoilccs. Atlaktic Monthly. Tin's popular mng- ssn ne pnhltahpd hy Phillips, Sampson k Co., Boston, Mux., I raining ft eeletirlty ncutilpcd hy tmt few Monthlies in the t'nlnn. ltn articles are pnrely American, nnd not borrow ftd front Enrlish authors, It contains l'JA pages monthly, and In furnished at the low price of f.1 per year. We wtll tor f3,ot fnrnlah all new anlrarrllicaa with ttis Atlantic sx-nwrm.T and Hit Frbhotit JomxAi. nne year, en you 111 be? gelling imr paper ffl '' ,n "10 flftmm. Jane, 1tV. 3T Ohio Statb and Union Law Coi, lm. This Institution lies born rpmnrc.1 to ricrelan.l, tll.tn. Hermes sr. legally conferred, nnd attidcnts upon Orftilnntlnir mar no admitted to pmcllro. For Clrenlam ftildraM at CtorrUml, M. A. KINO, Secretary, pfwrnber 9, 1S7. 47y1 lIol.LOWAr'sWoilMCoNFKCTIONS. Why girt yonr clillilrcn nauxcona and Mnwliotoiuimo Worm MtdlelnM wacn yon Iiarc this ilcllcloni prcparnllon of ffagnr, that all children emrc? They contain no rlomclj thay are ptir...

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 December 1858

Fremont Journal. "OUR DAILY BREAD." t torn tore sn-pee' t a rM aa "1 as hmw'ptt a i rrw4f-M. Mr fniMT wrd pa. t4 tUWll as r4m rJed Poors tie ie eto-es. ata iwl d feoe ce--t fraao e s-w to da. , To toCp ta asyrwe aT S oatr a itmI, m a ersaA, law rWsj soma -assd , aod fi eto rta? eW, Nal" T efct t to tto ankk -aarra - B ae frrw- g m aa to tr-d t iwr. . ; Aod " th - r-oe. the aa'at-neat ana, (Haw W-k to tot tl-e rV! awsm r'- Taa airiW togaa, tto efcoeat fcwwo . . Jira l .rd ar4iJ Ihtwfk i ore.r tto '--a aaso knelt. a4 to wrds K tatd Vara "eT aa taw oar Vsp toeoot THE OHIO FARm-R-1859. Ob Jnnrr 11 Tin. Omo Fakvkw will aaaw a pa ftoeiarMt' reared tt e'rem. ! Hnfr tea awwaallr end i kwi that wr imt nr t,tte I to Ha irn ?Kefw la jarfatora aa atosamaiua f rta Tan FkBara iei 'i?-rf in vla a it tn ui ac, as4 thai far lib it to totwr taaa Ufc.fr. TFRW OF Tlllt TARVPR. toto Caar.araar...H Tliraa Ca. a wfv . FW Ca4a,awa yvar....... T cara, f ... ..... OaiCf, ttx aarvtH l.0 CW. fitMMt),- .JO Tt O...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 10 December 1858

--.--.. , -at . -4'vy a- vn -'v v- aicv.'j'.. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. ' PtilmCUUeni of tht tiff t ' ma Rtprtmtntatiw : .- WhtB ws oomptre the condition of the oountry ( the present day with whet It mom J"" ago, ettue meeting otCongrees, wo bays moob reeeon for gratitude to thai Almighty Providence which ku never railed to Interpues for oar relief st th most critical period or oar history. One jeer ' ego the sectional etrire between tlie North ud Ibe Sooth on the dangerous eahjeot of Slavery ' bed (geln become so Intense M to three ten the petce tad perpetuity of Ibe Confederacy. The applloatlon for the adailttion of Kaaeae ae a Stale lata the Union fostered ihttuabappy agitation, and brongbt tbe whole tnbjtot onoa more before Congress. It we tbe desire ef evtry patriot that j tuob mcsauret oMegielation might be edopted a would remote the excitement from the tUatee, t and conUne It to the Territory where It legttl- ... metely belonged. Much baa been done, I em bap . ry to ey, toward the...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 10 December 1858

r - v .-. ; .! .tcvwf Istiiif trirrmphont ths wwld.eonld sot bsvs Wo ' eoelr..l!ed by tbe legislation of any particular 1 Tt pariodlesl revulsions whieh hav existed . la cur Piunt history, roust continue U retore t intervals an long ea onr present nubonaded eye. , tarn of bank credit haU prviL Thar will. , Uo wafer, probably ba tba lose eevere ia future ; because il M so to ba expected, at mat mr ma a veer to smse, lb at Ilia eornnwresal nathmr. of Kurm-e. with arboaa interest our w ara Bo ; , materially info Wad, will expose themeelve to ' so much a. Urea ia mj lest Aasual Message. .Hilar BiniuMi uuk tuia w .. , - w . thai I absll But nw pursue it lunuer. - emi,. if. II.. ika MAmManilBtiM ! fa f Itf ... . uf iba uaaaairs of a aaiurw baskmpt law.snnli- eabla to banking iaatilutioaa. Tb ia mil the ", ' direst newer afar tba eubiect which, 1 believe, tba Federal Gnverement poaaaaaaa,. 8eb a law .. .. .would militate, though it might sot prevent the .''ll Th instinct at eil-prenrvstion...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 17 December 1858

FREMONT JOURNAL. ISt. AC SI. KECLCK, PrrrMr. fvm-m 1. ta. tbira iloj, Barkiaa f BaarA- S a J winy, iAa. team or jvufurnoj. aa. r-ar. ia ! mj ammt f 1. Fata tli r-ar A AfbrttonntruaaafU raar . A-to Tm MtoiHiii.ii aaiaa.a 1,7 KITES OF ADTATI3I0. tKllmMt-toltaaaar tor, aaa I ..itatav- A.. ata. Kara aaBttaaal 1MIIUH ' mm. TSrraaatto " aa. Fl aaat. Oaaraar .. 1mm f...itk a..aa, Tkiaga aaartart, ' 1 V". KMb4 ato. - - ." fKat-Aatf 4. ... WMa -.. ... rifVllrbnMnv Aa. 1 ,a Mil MnavnT. aaa-aaiaa mmt imK ar4 PaaMa ral- w S.t..i .... iaa aa, to a -k.-r . iaa'.V IK atarrarata. iwrttwWiU -lM a anrtcaa aia ta. tiwVii -f tin i Hi -r " aiil aa NitinH utUaraaraaaat ..itHataTla;lT. or.ii m.. a-,.,- "Tr aa, to tto fall rautfarUoa af aar aalraaa BLANKS, Of all at a ila'laaa V-at a fcaat. ar a?n ariatM a tntm'Kli lC . urn FR. E-iitor aaa rraararto. Hiinl J. Roberts A She-laoa. Maanfa.fi ' tl of C. .a Tt. USarf lra aarr araf THalaai ia Storra. Arwnltinl lwa a, i '.. Rr. Hiara. SW. at!., out t'aaaar. OU ta...

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 December 1858

FROM WASHINGTON. Washington, Dec. 10. of 8. C, asked leave to introduce a resolu tion to admit Lieut. Mowry to tlia floor cf tba Hons at a delegate from Arizonia. Mr. Jon, of Teonosoe, objected, saving that Arizonib if part of Now Maxiuo, and lie saw no un of admitting two dolcgatos from one Territory. Tba House resumed the consideration of tba Watrous impeachment ciu. Mr. BillinghurHt, of Win., favorod tho im peachment. Ho said that the charges mad against Watrous wora that the Judge had entered into a corrupt conspira cy for the unlawful institution in his Court of suits in which be was personally inter ested, for the parpose of having them re moved beyond the verdict of a local Texas jury. He had cntersd into a conspiracy to deprive individuals of their land by means of forged papers. He bad presided at t1i trial of cases in which he was personally interested, knowing that ha was disnualifi d from so doing and he had permitted lo pass without rebuke repeated illegal acts of omcer...

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 December 1858

Atlaktio Monthly. This popular mag- Miiw published by Phillip", Aempsnn k Co., Boston, Mam., In rslnlns rel-brlty acquired by tmt few Monthlies In the Union. Us articles art purely AmfH, and not Inn-rowed from Knsil.li siitlinrs. itrontalns U pa;rr. monthly, ftnd U furnished at thelnw price ot .1 per year. TV will for So,SO rurnluli ellnrw subscribe-as with the ATt.AnTio torrni.T ant th. fnncoiT inrnsAt. on. yor.s. ym will to fcttlns; our paper for fflf nml! Hand In the hlM June, IRS. Ohio Stats awd Umox Law Col- tnna. Thla Institution has bsea remuvrd to CWcland, Ohio. Decrees " ur I" '" p" flradaellns; nay h admitted topractlre. For Circulars address at Clerrland, M. A. KINO, Secretary. IIollowat'sWoumCokfrctiohs. Wby lrt ynnr cliiMren ottiwoiii and onwholoonn Worni MoOlcinft Kn yna hare Mil dollrlotm prep ration of ftajTr, that all chlMren eravet Thjr rontnln no CalAtn!; Ihy are partly VtfoUMa; tlir nTwr fall tn pcl Worm br thy ltrt, and to lioprora the hllh in all raw. Ilnlloway...

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 December 1858

Fremont Journal. SMOKE FOR WOUNDS. A o.fOoJft 4 tia Country Gen lUmm BteotkxM Lire eM of 1 bore birh in in rvajj to d'x of olJ fr-sterad vaM. Forlaale!r,)it at tttis (t of tii cam, ma oil Penoiylrvni iMnntcr im to ovr r( so 1 romroJJ xno kinff vitk oU abceta. A amoka vm maje of oil abos, k1 ao! all cat ia p iws, io a bof troajr asd p.aJ andr U two'.lca part. Ja a few boara in sweuinf aaour aabdwiaJ, aol tlifl wita cororoeocad diachar ginf iaa(ir the bona vm aal. Soma raari after tin I board two per aooa talking about a bona which bad beo fCrwi ia tha abdomen. I a tliiaeam every thing bad bea triad ia rain. Tba poor creature toast die. At my iicgtioa vaa amoka.1, and wben tit I beard from him tba old bone was welL So much for eld wooLvla, Ia tha aamajaar I cut my foot with an aia. Tba lavty of tba bou?, arizing tba foot whila it u fat UaaJirig fraelj, belj it OTr a pan cxrolaimiig arooking Lag-locVa. Ia a few minutes the bleeding stopped, aad tba amaka was remoTel, and a baulajra ap ...

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 January 1859

FREMONT JOURNAL. hi. hii.l,i:ic, rropriefor. Onin Inth third pitory, tiuok .' If lock Fremont, VftDaUHBf OQRtjT, Uli.o. Tit KM 09 fCBBORtPTTOIf. On BflpT, r In advance, by mall ...... ram wiihtn Th rnar . Aftr tha irl ration of tha 7 war... Town iabMrlhtr,tM adranca RATS OF ADVERTISING Onaflqaara Wltwi nr Ir,-, onf lnHlon(....fO,ftO en. KMth a-i-ilt ifnal Inaartton O.iiS do. Thramnntha 8.00 do. Plx mnnthi ,0 4n. Ona yrar MO fn-fnarlhe.hHDa, change quarterly, 1 year... 16,00 Ona-lhlrd do. do. 4i ft.00 n-bair do. do. do ... Sft.oO Who. d. do. do ... 4ft.ni) Boilnp Pardx. llnax it Iwa, on ?--. Iadd Motloaa nrooMina marriaaaa, and PrtnMa eol mn Advfrt(anfittp. to Ha tsrmrcM dnnMa tha mhnr rat Advartlaamantii Hbould ba marked with tbannmbaraf tmertlnn or they will beeoatlnued until ordortd oat and hargtu aeeonllngiy. ," jon PRINTING. Of all kind naatly and anpMUIouiilTaaited,aod that oo, to lha full tatiftiacitou 01 our paironi. m.ANKfl. Of alt dlftrrtntlnna kept on hand, or wilt ha nrtn...

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 January 1859

jfrtmontiottrnat FREMONT: OHIO. Z8AA0 HI. Itnni.TJlX, Editor. Friday, January 1, 1859. THE MESSAGE. F.TCrybodr, msn, wrinwi, and clill'l nbouUl rrtid the Maaaaff of Uov. Cham. It f. an altl. nud Inttrt.tlng tlno inwni and should not to thrown rairli-K.lfa.Me. AfVr itc pfruael yon will have a grander opinion nf tha State of Ohio than yna er.r had tit-Hire. THE MESSAGE. GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. FeUote CitUeni of the Senate ami Home, of lieprtsentativet: At the cotntnoneematit of your regular aossion a year ago, I transmitted to you in obedience to tho Constitution, a full exposi tion of tho general condition of tho Stat", together with such recommendations in re spect to legislation, as tho public good soomcd to mo to require. In that commiHiicalion I endeavored to eat in a cloar light tho industrial progress, tbo material resources and tho financial strength of our great commonwealth. It seems not inappropriate, now, before pro ceeding to moro special statements and par- ticular suggestio...

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 January 1859

tody, rendortil absoluloly socur by your ju dicious Ugitlftlion, of tlia Stato olHo.rs ; it would b iuful, for it would promoto n sound circulation of ipecio and specio notes; nd it would not b inconvenient, for the circulation, obpyinp? well known principle, wonld iDCrenio nnd diminish with the tlo-mand. State Debt. TKa debt of tbo Slats is of two cln.f , Mimbnrsftble and irrmlurablo; iho former embraces th. foroiga and domestic liabili ties pavablo aftor certain fhd periods; while the lntter is constituted of the pro- s?eod of lands, crrantert by Congress for the support of Schools and Religion, received ln the Trensury upon the sales by the Stato under a pledge to pay six per centum on thojyOU amount, for tho same purposes, forever. Tho reiinburnttble dubt has bocn some-!.ilfm times spoken of ns the wbolu debt of the Stat, but tho irrediicnble ditfers from it in nothing except that it is permanent, and in capablo of reduction, but on the contrary, certain to be rrradiiallr increa...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 January 1859

"Pardon you!" Mr. Slon ropoaied the irerds slowly, in nelenr, ciri'lifliic tone. "In it too" much to n 1 You will not rfu3 mo you coulJ not rvfuso mo if you knew" "Whntr "How utterly roisi-rnblo I am. I ennnot tiy hero horti's my bund he quick let mo eo homo !" With a iuiol, rapid movstnont llm tench -1 er grasped t!is litllo fnveri-di lintid tlmt was outstrctchfld to him, nml covered it over mi'l ovor agiin with fervent, passionate kissel. "Forgiva you," lit sniil, nhilo his fino ye praw doep n'.id tander in tln-ir expres- aion, forgive you, yea, n thousand time, and than not ha nble to show you n millionth part of tha lovo I bnr fo"r ymi. Forgiva you hut I'll dam ask moro tlinn you liaro hopi, perhap moro than you caro to liopo that you will lovo me; thai you will plnco yourself and this sinned against, abus-; ad little) hand in my keeping. Tall me, Anna, havo I asked too much !" Tho answor was faint and low that came from Anna Ilawke's lips, hut nsvcrthelesM it was n salisfnotory...

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 January 1859

FUEMONT JOURNAL IAAC n. KCKLKK, Proprietor. The JOURNAL Ispuhllshed wrf Friday morning Oinee .nth third story, tUckland Block Fremont, Inndusky county, Ohio, thumb or arn.scRiPTiow. Ono copy, per year, In advance, hj mall ... Pat 4 within the year - After tht etpl ration of the yflar.... Town subcrltMr,ln ad vane RATER OF ADVRRTIflTNO. OneS,uiru in Line or 1cm, one Intert.on, f 0,fiO no. r;cit ft'i'ititrmfti mwrnon do, Three months do. Pix months . - - Ho. One year. . One-fourth eolmnn, chftn(pp quarterly , 1 year one-third do. One-half do. do. .11, so .. S."0 .. a.fo . ," . s.oo . lr.oo . 2il,0 . 2o0 do di nu. rf do ... 4K.no Ttualnc, fard,, S tine, or lea,, one year ft,M) Leaded Notice, pi-cecillng marriage,, still Double col- inn Adc.rtlnomi'nt,, to he charged double the ahore rate. Adrertlireioerit" aliould lie marked with the number of Insertion, or they will b continued until nvdereu out and hargwu according-ty. ,IOn PRINTINO, Of all lnN neatlv ami oxfoditl.Miaty eecutd,and 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. — 14 January 1859

FROM WASHINGTON. Washington, Jan, 4. Got. MeJurjr'i requisition upon lb Fros hUnt far thouannd man U commenUj Upon frelT. Th Administ'mtion men of tho South da not like it, Wnuso it nima to opn afrwh tb Kama trouble and MciUinent, and tlwy mildly dosigoat it as on imper tinent and uncalled for demand, intended only to tnaU himwlf mor notoridlis, which they mt U h prrrb''al for. From tin news from Fort Scolt, they do not so that any sternly txists tor tna requisition, ana iu probability is thnt another Kant.it Governor htt dug an earl- grave. Washington, Jan, 6. Mr. Colfax' bill for lh organization of tba nw Territory of Colona ainbraca all tha recently discovered pol J regions of Piko't Peak, Charry Creak, fcc. Tha Territory will ttretoh from tba 103 meridian of lon gitude to tba crest of the Rocky Mountain! being from four to fivo degrees in width anJ from toe S7th to the 4 2d parallol of lati tude, malting it nearly five doprtea. It will thui bo Marly square and will include parts...

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 January 1859

Special Notices. fW Anderson's Vboktahlb Elixir is medlcln. that should bo In every family. 8o advertlse hnent In another column. X'ivl Atlantic Monthly. Tins popular ning- ailne published by Phillips, Sampson Co., Boston, Mm, U raining a ep-lobrlty acquired by but few Monthlies In the Union. IU articles ar. purely American, and not liorrnw tsttrom F.ngllsh authors. Iteontatns 12 pages monthly, and li rumlahed t the low price of W per jeer. We will lor $3,40 tarnish all new eubscrlbeea with the Ati-iktio Mokthi.y' nd the Frk.ost JorAL on. year, m yon wilt be getting our paper for fifty cents! Hand In the names, .lime, is.. fW Ohio Stat and Union Law Col- tnoK. Thli Institution hM been remold to Cleveland Ohio. Pegreea art legally conferred, and students npon Oradnatlni may lie admitted to practice. For Circulars address at Cleveland, X. A. KISO, Secretary. December , 1M7. 41yl Hollow ay'sWormConfrctions. Why glv. your children nauseous and vnwholriome Worm lledlclnoe when yon have t...

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 January 1859

Fremont Journal. From Porter's Spirit. WHAT & LOST BY KISSING KATE. BY WILLIE E. PABOR. There wtra l.tfi.ln, Kate and Mary. . i All three beautiful and yirnng: Bui tli name of Mary hm Lingered longest on my tnncua, And I hopes lu secret rherlthod Of a home where nit vu queen, ' But one day thnaeawect hop"! perlshad. And Ictt my life , deaort sceue. They and I were once tngr-lher. Frolicking beneath the inomi, la the mildest of mild twifc?r In the odorous month of J mm, And sweet JH.vry said, ' Since kissee In the mmmliht time art dne, I would take thia bt of kisses From Kate's lips, Ifl wureyou.' 8 carta had the thought bean spoken, fciti, with heart and eye elnte, I had claimed the honored token From the rosy Hps of Kate, Bat a'uckl In thus ol-r-vlng, 1 had ma le a and mlntnko; Fcr la heart, the girl was saying, "Kate will I me what I irlU take." , ''s.Lxt Kate!" thia wag what aha told me; fiat Its meaning wan Kiss met Ob, aia heart I and ohl eyes illy, Thua to fail the truth 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 January 1859

FREMONT JOURNAL. ISAAC HI. Proprietor. Tne JOURNAL lapohli.hed every Friday morning. Olnoe In the tllrl a'.ury, Uuckland's lllock Fremont, 8endueky county, Ohio. TERMS OF BinBCRIPTIOS. One e opr. per year, In advance, by mall sliO I'aM within tin' vnnr , : S.00 After the s!itrfttlfiri nf the roar .. 'i,''0 Town tr-.bcrlberB,ln advance ......... ........ 1,T6 RATKS OF APVKRT1SINO. OnfSiaiire 10 U now nr Ir.., nnp Insertion, fO.oO do. F.iwll additional insertion 9.2H fin. Three months n.0 ilo. 8ii months .1.. rin. .i.bp . . . A.eo fine-fourth, column, change quarterly, 1 yiwr... 1.0 One-third do. do. do One-hall do. oil. . no Whole do. do. do ... ... 4.1) .0 Biuinos Carda, It lino" or lea, on year.. Leaded Ni'tlc. prrllii(i marriages Pontile col mm u..rtl..mrl. to lie rlierirod donble the above rate. Advertisements slo-uld bo mnrked with the nnnilwr of Insertions or tit witl be coutluued until ordered out and euarged accordingly. JOn PUI1HT1NO, Of all kind neatly and erpeiUtinuslv exe...

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