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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 December 1859

FREMONT JOURNAL. ISAAC M. HECLEII, Proprietor. The JOURNAL Ispahllshed erory Friday morning. Ollloe In tin third story, Bnokland'a Ulook Fruuoat, Sandusky oounty, Ohio. TKRM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, per your, In alliance, by mll Paid within the year After theesplratlon of the year Town subscribers, I nad.ance RATES OF ADVERTISING One Sauare 10 linen or lm, one Insertion, f 0,f0 do. Each additional Insertion 0,28 do. Three months. 3.00 do. W months .0 do. One year - MO One-fnnrth oolnmn, change quarterly, 1 year... lf.,00 One-third do. do. do ...20,00 One-half do. do. do ... 25,00 Whole do. do. do ...4f.00 Bnsinea Cards, llne or leas, one year 6,00 Leaded Notlcoa preredlng marriages, and nnnbl col umn Advertisements, to he charged double tha above rate. Advertisements should bo marked with the number of Insertions or they will be continued untllorderedout and charged accordingly. JOB PRINTING, Of all kinds neatly and e.prdittnnalvexecn ted, and that too, to the full satisfaction 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. — 30 December 1859

flC2 Jfrtmonflflimml FREMONT: OHIO. ZftAAO EX. 3EX3aX.BR, Editor. Friday, December SO, 1859. Balloting for Speaker. On Thursday Iho 22d, two ballots woro liftj tor Speaker, iih tlio following result: VlfillTEESTfl B A M.OT. Sherman 5j Million (Winer 88; DaT1, Tnd., 4; Adrtnn 8; Rcatterlha; 9. Whole tmmberof tr.ts 223; necessary to ft cruller. 112. NINETEENTH B A M.OT. Sherman 108; Wilson 60; Ollmer II ; Scattorln; 24. Whol number of vote. 222, necessary to a choice 112. But one bnllot was tnkon on Friday, tho 23d, resulting as follows: TWENTIETH BALLOT. Sherman 108; Mlllson S3j (111 nier 19; llococ 10; the rest sonttpring. Whole number of voU'8 212, neccscary to achntee 107. On Saturday, 24th, tlio TWENTY-FIRST BALLOT washed, resulrlna; same aa the twentieth. Sherman itlU wanting four yotoi of an lection. On the 27th, the TWENTY-SECOND BALLOT waa had. Sherman 101; 8entt,Cal.,17; Houitonlo; Oi!lmerl4;Bocockl4; Maclajr 18; Scattering 26. Whole rote 208, eceeary to a choice 106. Republ...

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 December 1859

Specif yoiiees. Cy Sea AdTertlaement of l)r, rlantard'l lnvlgorator and Family Catharllo Pill In another colnrnn. 27yl D IIosticttkr'9 Bittkrs have received tha warmest rnioonltimsirom the proas and pooptt through out th I'nion. An yaluable tonic for the cure of Dys pepsia, Flatulence, Constipation and frne ral nsnrous de bility, 11 cannot bo approached. Krery daj new eaaea of Ita ureal effect are chronicled through our public Journal. There la nothing equal to the enjoyment, to that which the afflicted experience when nslng tills vnlnaMe apecMc. Ma mild tone, Itn dure and vljroroue action upon a disor dered stomach, and the eleaneinfjof the entire human body, should recommend It to all elaases of ouroommunltr. All that will be necessary to eonilnco the skeptical of Ita healthy affects, la to purchase a bottle and bo convinced. 8old by druggists and dealera generally, ercrywhere. J"y" See adyertiaement. 4ftw6 RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES. BllYAN'S PULMONIC WAFKRS! Tub flainnrAi. Mmpf. PaTi...

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 December 1859

Fremont Journal. Col. Shaffner and the Northern Telegraph Route. Our' render will remember that month: inco, we spokeof Col. SliBlTner who then wm in this city -nnd of his contemplated enterprise of stretching the wires through British America; thence a submarine wire to Greenland J across Oreonlnnd ; thence a submarine wire to Orkney Islos; thencesub rrmrino wire South, to Scotland, and anoth er, East, to Jforwny. Advices hnvo been received of the arri val of Col. S. in Scotland. A Glasgow pa por gives tho route pursued by Col. S. as follows : Cleveland Herald. Many experiments having shown thnt the North Atlantic route was feasible, tele graphically speaking, he on the 29th of Au gust last, sot out on his surveying expedi tion in ordor to prove thnt it was physically possible Having left Boston thoroughly armed with the most perfect Bpparntus both for surveying and sounding, ho proceeded northward through Bclleislo Straits to the coast of Labrador, where ho exposed various inlets ...

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 January 1860

J t ."-v... '.- li( t-o , ,fc ... '. IsaAc m. keeleii, FREMONT, OHIO; JANUARY 4, I860, EDITOR & PUBLISHER.' I 4 V t,.....l. AJU .A. ' - ' ., i il , -:... . Wl" 1V V.,,.,,.,,- I J .Jl. J -A. J U-IV -'I " " 11 1 ' 1 11 ' " ' ' " " .. I BBS. I III -I I - - - - f . ', '- - - . 4 II t B. I j !! . .ll ll pt.B II - ... Is. I - I I M I I PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. Fellow Citizens of the Senate. and House of Represontatives: l.r.. V Our top ao W f.lt gratitude U daa to that l Bnlghty I'ower hirh hu hetowed oro h aurh varied eaaa aaeaeroue bioselnira threwshoat the pees year. The teneral health of the enuntrr hu been excellent; our arrests bave beea-iatrflBuaily plentiful, end ai oeperity sail lea tbrongboal (ho land. Indeed, notwithstanding onr demerits, wo have mock reeeoa to bolloro from the . areata la oar ktsterr, thoi wo km eojorvd .Uio special protection of Divine Providence ever slue 'war oriifto u nutltm, Wo boo booa npond to tnM)r throloalnt ami tlonBipf difiloaltlo...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 January 1860

rr by y t'ht . I r-eaat tfc opinion contain I Id my lait at-n-'M .Massif,, that It would be inexpedient for th Uovra mint to undertake thi great wort by gnt f lit wn appoln'ment nd under It direct andexoluslv f . .ol. Thli would Increase tk patronage oi ih Fxeeulive to dangeroua extent, ml would foster a ylra of jobbing ' knj corfutilion which no Vigiianc on th part of federal official could prevent. The eon struotloa of this roJ ought, therefore, to be entrusted to incorporated companies, or other irtsWs' b4 Kooltl extrcla that itlvri'lK VigiUnt VitpsttiUfoti ovr U which tan btn. Mured alone by m tense of corpora.! I and In sPlrvMirav-iiiteiiiij' 11 1 venture" f it -thee the additional op it of transporting lroops,mu "tittians of war, (thi necessary supplies forthe army hcrosv th vast intervening plains to bur ooflione on the Paciflo ct, would be 'greater In euoh a wr thna tht Whole amount .required to construct the road. And yet this resort wouTd, after all, be Inadequate for thei...

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 January 1860

Governor's Message. Governor's Message. Fellow-Citizens of the Senate and House of Representatives 1, ' V) people, with whom It th sol ovrlgrt tj of tli State, hav Committed to you, for tbe biennial period under the existing Ooitehi tation, tbf legislativ Suthorky ofth Common wUh. . Upon this firtt sculr day of tht new year ou muml th great function, thus t signed to jrou, and enter upon the ptfortnne ofyout Important duties. Powers of govttnnient, delegated by th people of free Blatee ta choion Representative, whether Legislative, Judicial or Executive, ar acrd trusts.. The people who honir, by eueb Jiroofs ol eonfi lcnce, thot whom they aeledt og employment in public functions, hav eleer right to expect from them fidelity, teal, and unremitting diligene In the promotion of the publio good. Having oon&deil, by election, the power of government to citizen of their how, they. return to their ratpeotiv tvora Men Uniting confidently that all public In Wrest and publio right will b ...

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 January 1860

r,i i wli.,"i rrowilitw, msBjAsrie in I .itlio ill !' ra ir'tr o ).. Vh')hlUl a'ftvvrr iwrvwBHwwv IW N.ivt.ei Trnltoftsat, , , k, (inmnitln rtn rsnwt efcomn'slnt, ana In cnA l'dt expectation itietr oluinats lemoval thrmtth til tansoaee of tUr Information and jqstr ttmi"i lb people n( Ohio have held (aalt the ConvlliatloB i UieUaioB, Tbey bave rtsuM-ted alt th right of all tbe BlaUa and of all the e Va ot th Htal'S Hi'-y have n r ruitfed with illegal fo r tvni the c xrcutlon nl tbt r'uninvo rilav Act bj federal oltlcers act-i-- -n.u.r Irifal earrante. Ulimhaa uttered no menace of disunion when the American nnnlehav seen lit to enlrti't the power f the Forier,! (overarm nt to citixin of Othi-r politics VM-wa man vim-o - m..j.. i. of her citizen. No thread of ilisnnien in a similar contingency by eitixens of other Slates a,ai ....lis in lmr ant aeutiments save those of sorrow and reprobation. They will not move her fr knMins. , She will neither dissolve Hie Urrlnfihereelfnorcensent to ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 January 1860

FREMONT JOURNAL. M. KEELER, Proprietor. ISAAC M. KEELER, Proprietor. The JOURNAL is published every Friday morning.--- ISAAC M. KEELER, Proprietor. The JOURNAL is published every Friday morning.---Office--In the third story, Buckland's Block--Fremont, Sandusky county, Ohio. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, peryear.lh adv.nce, by mall ... Paid within the year Alter the evplratlon nf the year Town aubucrlbera.ln advance ... M ... 2,60 ... 1,7 RATES OF ADVERTISING. OneSiiaare 10 linen or li, one Inaertlnn, $0,60 do. Knell additional Inmrtlon ,'" do. Three month. V10 do. do. Sit montlin (Imi, v..nr S.lH) One-fourth tolnmn, change niirtrtjr, 1 year... Ift.oo Ooe-lhlrd One-half do. dn. do ...S-V1" do. do. do ...4fi.n0 ii ...i A line, or 1e... nn year n.llO Whole I... i.l v.itlee'. .iroeedlnir marrlaire.. and Double col li tin t-lvertl-metit., to lie rhanred double the aliove rate, idvortlaemenla honl. l in-irked with thr numlwr nl 1 ,erliona or thev will ho continued untllnrderedool iarir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 January 1860

The genius of Mrs. Slows curried the u(oik) of your institution t one rWli, ml left tlie citndel open to bosiegors, who nre pouring in ftmftin. ' In the church, on Ow nllr-libflnl side, it is rwwtiled by the powerful bultsring-rsm of Theodora PsrVrt' eloquence. On tlio extreme orthodox Mc is sot n linccp fire, ksndlrd by the burnine words of Dr. Cheever. Between them is Henry Wrd Hoecher, sending shower of keen nrrows into your intronch menls; nnd with him ride troop of sharp shooters from nil sects. If yon turn to the liternlnre of Kngland or Frnnce, yon will find your institution treated with ns little favor. The f't is the whole civilized world proclaims Slavery an outlaw, and the best intellect of tlio ago is active in L. MARIA CHILD. A few Plain Questions to the South. 1. Do tho southern states seriously con- lemnlato a non-interconse with tho North, or Baecewion trom ino union, or nciuirri 2. In the former case, how long cn they do without the necessaries, the luxuries and tho...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 January 1860

Special Notices. nT'M Ad.ortlsoment of Ilr. Snnlord'. Invlorator and Family Cutliartlc rills In Another snlnmn. 271 Out or TH HOST PBTA1.!T, and at the km time trou- bloom nnd painful dlsvasc. Hint attend the human flesh, In the Fever and Arm. For ft .on tlma tlit medical world hare been continually brlnclng forth numerous specifics , for It permanent cure; but all without effect. Dr. J. Hoa. totter, an experienced and celebrated physician, has suc ceeded In furnishing the public with a Talnabb prepat a , tlon for the rureot Foyer and Aue. Tho steady and In creasing demand lately made for the "Bitters," and the universal titec 'as attending Its me, have made f rlt a r. p. utntlon unsurpassed by any speeificnf the kind. For the cure of Keter and Afjne, Dr. Hnatctter'a celebrated Stom- ach Bitters mmt and ahonld claim a superiority orerany thor preparation extant. Sold by druggists and dealers penernlly, every where. , tjr He advertisement In another column . 62w4. THE GREAt GLISiTllM...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 January 1860

Fremont Journal. Tha Mlnwlftf bMttfol which appaara la th Mae-a-ai.telt 1 h P1 of Mp A- 8W"T f Kentno, who ha contributed many handsome thing othiaeolaw. Regiter. Fremont Journal. COMING--GOING. , TU dark night-noon; th town In slumber Hei; -A rambling roar, then all again ft attll; From out the Night, with bluting mouth and ajrta, A tery mooMerclrctet round the hill I Then entity twang ft cottars door ajar, Andforth their honea pureand holy my, At if tha angel Light, from world afar, Had wared hit wing lo pasting by thatway. There, In the doorway, atood ft manly form, And figure lore could never paint more true; They klaa with heart all paaeionateand wart At lore Up part with lingering adieu- The door la cloaed, the fbrm It In the street, On pnrpoae eent and hurrying to the train; Love In tha lamp that guide hi truant fcet, And hope, the Joy M'll toon be batk again. She kneel In pray'r, in woman' holiest pray'r; M0, Ood direct him thro' the world't dark way a, And keep bin) pure at...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 January 1860

FltKMONT JOURNAL ISAAC M. UGCI.EU, l'roprlctor. Tin JOItn.VAI. (spnhll.hfrl mrr Friday mornln. nm In the hlH storjr, BaoklantT. Block Fremont, elantiu.kr Ohio. county TRKMS Or 8URHRRIPTI0N. Onr-ronr, ptr tear. In advance, by mall ..1,P0 Pnlil within the vpar . After the expiration of th. year. Townaubaerilera,ln advanc. 1.76 RATRS OF ADVERTISING. One Square 10 line, or le.s, one Insertion, 0,SO io. E.rh .Irlltlnnnl Insertion 0,20 lo. Threetnonths 8.n0 do. Bin months 0." do. One Ti'ar 8.nl One-fourth column, change quarterly, 1 Tear... Ift.OO One-third rtn. ili. ... 2H,IH) One-half .In. no. Jn ...2.00 Wholo do. do. . d - n,m llu.lnr-aCnrds, lines nr lea, n yi-ar. 6,00 l.mnlnd Vntipt-B nrprr-'Hinr marring., and Pontile col li ,nn Advertisement., tn lie charp d ilnuhlr Hie above rate. I Advertisements should lie inarseu wnn iiimnnirprm Insertion, nr tl,ev will be enntlnned untllnrileredont and eliargedaccnrdlOBly. JOD PRINTINO, Of all kind . neallv and expeditiously executed, and that ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 January 1860

Gov. Dennison's Inaugural. Delivered January 9, 1860. Fellow-t'Uizent of the Senate and floiae of Rcprotntativet: I I appflnr before you to tuba tho oath which l ho Constitution proscribe, as a oca essnry qualiflcalioii to perform tho duties of the chief Executive office of our Suto, to which I have beon cnllod ; and I avail my clf of tho occasion now presented, to ex prow my grateful thanks to my fullow-citi-miis, for tho favor with which they have been pleasod to look toward me. and . in compliance with a usago sanctioned by tho example of my predecessor, to the disebnrgo of my official trust. I ' v e r " 7 6 My immediato pro'locossor has communi catod to you the condition of the Stato.with the eminent ability and fidelity that have characterized nil of his official acts. I may well congratulate upon the grati fying evidences ho has furnished of the erowlh nud creatnoss of our Slate. The history of no other political community has beon marked by a more wonderful progress in all th...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 January 1860

Special Notices. nrS(Mi Advertisement of llr. Snnlorde Iirvlgnrater 4 Kamllv Cathartic Pilli In another eolenini i7rl Ow or Tnl most PRKTAi.mT, and at In. earn, time trou blesome end painful diseases that attend the hnman flesh, ti the reverend Apia, for a long Hurt medleal world have been continually bringing forth numerous sperMcs for Ita permanent cart; but all IMiont en et. Dr. J. Hoa. tetter, an e sperlrneed and eelenratid physician, haa suc ceeded In furnishing the ptWIo with a vnlualile prepara tion for the cnreol Fever and Ague. The ateadj and In treaalng demand lately mailt for the "l)lttere," and the iinlveranl suecess attending Ita use, hart made for It a rep. tatton unsurpassed by any specific of the kind. For the re otFever and Agne, fit. Hosteller's celebrated Stom eli Bitters twist and should claim a anporlorltjr over any vtther preparation extant. Hold hy druggists and dtalora generally, everywhere. f,y 8ee advertisement In another column. 5'2w4. THE GREAT ENGLISH RE...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 January 1860

Fremont Journal. SEA AND SHORE. SEA AND SHORE. BY C. H WEBB. Tha 8m to a ettra old raonareh, Detnntle m monarch may b. And hit enatin the Berth, from tht time of Me Wrth, flat What paid t the 8. Btont pllntt tarn pal whew he tayt Willi the gait, '-v Area tblpe bow their tall plumta down, If my monare b, the Set, In ft moment of flee, But aodeth hit foom-ereet crown. The Earth U ft miles old baron, aforoee aa baron may ba, And ha watehea all day from bit rock-towtre gray, for he frerelh hit onla,.tbe w. Bit wealth It antold, red maetet of fold Ua hid In hit treaeare caraa) And my baron't kreaat It tret at reet. Though It bean a burden of graves. Oh, tht Sea It a erael old monarch, At erne! aa tyrant may be j f thore. Bat af prectona eoule, mora have beea wrecked on the Then ever were lott at 8ea ( One Dollar Dogerel. Tha Lake Superior correspondent of the Cleveland Herald closes late letter with the following postscript: "I enclose you a copy of a letter written to the Cash ier, of 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. — 20 January 1860

FREMONT JOURNAL. ISAAC M. Ki:i:LElt, rrrlfior. Th. JOUI1SAI. UpiiMlnli"! erory FrMnr mnrnlns;. Ofne-ln llm llilnl atnrjr, BucklawTl Mock Kremont, KsDdoskf county, Ohio. TKIIMS OF BUnBCRIPTIOH. Ons coot, r year, In advance, tiy mll I'.6 PsM wltliln the year ' After the etpl ration or the year . Townsulisortlpers.ln aflVanee- M HATRR OF ADVIRTTBTNO. On. !qar 10 linr or less, one Insertion, $0,IJ do. Karh a.l.lltlonnl insertion 0," do. Three month!.. -'"J ao. Bl month. J. rto. Ono year On-fnnrth enlnmn, change quarterly, 1 year... la.0 On.-thlru do. do. do Oni.-h.lf i1o. do. do Wholo do. do. do ... s&,0 Bnslnes Canls, 8 lino! or less, on. year ...... (i,00 I.ea'M Notices preceilin man-lanes, nnit nnuhle eol - i i .t .. ... t. .I..ni1 .liiiihlf. the alpore rate. AdTirtln-mnnl. should he marked with the niimher of Insertions or they will be continued ontllordoreilout and charged accordingly. JOB PHIKTINO, Of all kind" nentlr and eTpedltlnuslyeTecotoil, and that too, to the full satis...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 January 1860

THE LAWRENCE CATASTROPHE. 'Tha excitomcnt t Lawrenco, though very great hm subsided somewhat from Uio par oxysm that prevailed on Tuesday. The wild commotion whit h pervaded that com munity Immediately following thr.t awful calamity, when the destruction of lifo was bellevod to bo greater than it haply proves, has in degree subsided, though profound gloom has settled over the city. Quite a number of artists from the Bos ton and New York pictorials wero on the ground. From the Boston Courier, January 13. The following extracts from a letter writ ten by gontloniRn who was an officer in the Pemherton Mills, from tlio tinioof thoir construction until February last, and who is now connected with one of the factories at Manchester, will bo read with interest. On Wednesday evening he wont down from Manchester to Lawrence on a special en gine, lie says: "On arriving at the scene of desolation the fire did not seom to occupy as much space as I had expected, and for an hour it seemed as thoug...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 January 1860

Special Notices. n Adertlement of Dr. Ranlord'e In.lgnratar ana t'Mnttr Cathartic mis lf another column, ST1 OXIOF THl MOST PRUYAIIHT, nnriattlie Mm llmetron Wesoma Dm) painful diseases tht attend the human tleah, U the Fe vor and Antic, for a Inn tlma Oi medical world bare been cohtlmiallj brlnnlnn forth nomerous specifics lot Its permanent cure; bat all without effect. Dr. J. Hoi. tetter, an experienced and celebrated plirstclan, haa anc eded In fnrnlshlna: the pnbllo with Yaloahle prspara 1lo for the cure ol Fever and Aguo. The steady and In creasing demand Ixtolv made for the "Bitters," end the universal aaccessattendlngltsnse, have mmle fnrltarcp ttUtlon onsnrpsaaed by any f pacific of the kind. For the euro of Few and Amie, Dr. Ilnstotter's celebrated Stom ach Bitters mint and iliould claim a superiority imt any other preparation extant. Bold by drugging and dealer! generally, everywhere. fTT See advertisement In another column. 42w4. RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES. HRYAN'S PULMONIC WA...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 January 1860

Fremont Journal. Little Kindnesses. Tlia author of tho following linos, which bonulifully render a laiitiful truth, is Thos. lloml, tho younger : Look how a slender rltulet steal, along, In winding devious through . meadow' grata, Its waters all too scant to raise a long ormarmnrona pleanura into all that nas: Wherernra with lowly aim H doth bnt wrk Tha thirstinjr Itarhasw to refre h unseen; Whereat aar,h tiny leaf and floweret itiwk Doeth sloth Itseir with sweet, and livelier (rre.ll. Bo the Good Heart, who hath no etore of wealth I1I poorer neighbor, to enrich withal, Ioett) Ms little kindness by stealth, That ao the world may not perceive ,t all; , Nor should w know the virtues which he hath Bare for the brlphtnlnjr look that mark hla humble path. The editor of tho New York News says he came long ago to tho conclusion that the negroes arj nn inferior race. If he means inferior to white men generally, he is right; if to himself individually, ho isn't. Louis ville Journal. FREMONT ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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