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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 27 January 1860

FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC M. KIXLCIt, Proprietor. Tha JOURNAL (.published nj Friday mornlne;. Ofllce In the third atory , Uuoalandi Block Fremont, andusky onunly, Ohio. TERMS OF mtn8CRIPTIOI. On. copy, per year, In advance, by mull f 1.M Paid within the voar After lh aspiration of tli year Town subscribers, In advance - RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Snuara 1 0 1 1 noa or loss, "no I nsertlnn, 0,0 do. Kuch additional Insertion o.ln in. Three months.. J.'jJ no. Hi nionlhl ." no. Ilmrni " One-fourth enliimn.change quarterly, 1 roar... in.on One-third to. rlo. ... .JU.OU (loe-half do. do. do Whnla iln. do. do ... 4S.no llilatnes Cards, lln.s nr less, ana year. . . . MO leaded Notices preeedlns: marrisireB, and Double eol nmn Advertisements, to he charired double tha alsive rata. Advertisements should lie marked with tho nuniltar of lnrllonii or they will be continued untllordercdoutand c-liargod accordingly. JOB PRINTING, Of alt kinds neatly and expenttiouslyexecuted.nncHhat too, to the full ea...

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 January 1860

Wliy tlmt in tlio conflict thn " mpg'V " i to havo prcoodonco, so tlmt slnto lnl)ir bocomf-s Knlircly predominant in thn enrnimnwinlll. Wlinteoil of Di'inooratic Icmliing U tlint! In tli name, of 0"d lot in lirnr no more from tlin Doinorrntir lvtrty, from Uov. Mft tvtrty, 1 1 lent Hi frofln, or Vino Proi etkinridge, of j this t lino about tho higher law or of tin el omul conflict between free and slave labor. THE IGNORED EXPLANATIONS. But what did Gov. Sownr.l Kay f With that characteristic injustice which pervades too many of the Democratic jouriinlM, nil tho essential and philosophic qualifications of that expression Imvo been w ithheld from tho free white laborers of the South. What says (lovernor Seward ! Governor Seward is a long headed man. It is not denied that, whatsoever ho may be, ho knows what he is about. I heard ono of tho mast distinguished jurists of tho com monwealth of Kentucky say that ho had the clearest and most philosophic head of any roan in the Union; and what...

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 January 1860

Special Notices. (y ve Adrertiaemmt of tr, Sanlnrd'i fcnignrator nj Famll. Cathartic Pill. In another column. 7yt OKI or Tff K MOKT raKTaLinT, and nl the aame Ume trou bleanme ami painful rrleaee that n( trail the human rh, ll tin Forcr and Ajtue. For ft loon lm medical here been continually brlnjtlnR forth nnmcrnua epeoilV forlti permanent cure; but all without coVct. Dr. J. Hon. tetter, in eincrlenced and celebrated thyllan, haa uc aeedcclln furnlaulng the public with a Taluable prepaia tlon for tha cured Ferer end Aane. Tha atendy anil In crcanlna demand lately made for th "Dlltrra," and tha nnlTeraal aucceaa attending ita a mi, hare made for It a r'p. ntatlnn nnnurpanied by any epeclflcnf the kind. For the cure of Ferer and Ague, Dr. llnntatter'l celebrated Stom ach Blttcra niiint and ahould claim a nporlorlly over any othor preparation eatant. Rnld by dnigglnta and dealer, generally, everywhere. JfjT gpeadrcrtlHcmentln anither colnmn. 62w4. THE ! GR EAfl MOUSH REMEDY. SIR JAMES...

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 January 1860

Immense Salo of Tzxxrsr good3 OBOCEH E9, &f.. Head Quarters! THE SEASON FOR CHEAP GOODS bM com t Sine the andden BREAK: DOWN IN PRICES on Forelga and Deeseetic Gooda, we have bought Good At Eitraordinnry Low Price., and will offer th Boat itooa of DRY GOODS! CTt brought to Fremont. A largo lino of at greatly reduced priori. Any quantity of SILKS, MERINOS, ALL WOOL DELAINES, PALESTRA CLOTH, , ALPACAS, PARAMETTIES, SiC. We have Alto a perfect Mountain of DeLaines and Fast Colored Prints. DeLaines that have always sold from IS to 26 cents, we are now selling at 12,H and 18. Prints that formerly aold at 8c to 12c, we are now selling Sixteen Yards for One Dollar Thin I no humbug, but a fixed fact, which an examlna Hon of our Goodi and priced will demo nitrate. We will only my favor us with a call and you will rest satisfied that no one can leave our itore with empty hands for want of Good Goods an extensive assortment and Low Prices. We hare also a full line of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, SA...

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 February 1860

SPEECH OF CASSIUS M. CLAY, SPEECH OF CASSIUS M. CLAY, At Frankfort, KY., Jan. 10, 1860. FROM THE CAPITOL STEPS. Reported expressly for the Cincinnati Gazette. (Continued from last week.) THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY RESPONSIBLE. Now I will loll you where bility reBls. It rests upon this sme Demo cratic parly. Now I mnka thut allegation, but I am not going to base it upon specula tion. I am not putting tbo charge upon influences drawn bv Cass. Clay, but I mako tho charge direct; but if I don't produce the ovidonco and prove that, I say, if you give mo tho opportunity, lot mo uorcaiicr stand infamous among men. In tho first place, what says the great American party of Kentucky, that party, which, with all its faults, still cmbodios so many great truths, and which, amid all its short comings from tho higher standard that we have marked out for ourselves, slill has somo regard for truth and justicoJ What does the representative of that parly say, vour Into President, and the candidate of that p...

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 February 1860

wVn th,y allowed Congrcs to c-UiHe slav ery from thft Territory wtiii'h now is formed into tho Statci of Illinois nnd Indiana, did not givo them tho power to exoludo ilaery from the whole. It i absurd to say that lh power existed in ono case, but did not in nnothrr. ' Whnt wa. the intont and design of the Constitution f What did it do to entry out thnt design! Tho two most prominent conclusions of earth, that we can have as to wbnt it was intondod to do, is by what tbey said was to bo dono and intondod to be done, and by what thoy practioally did. Eight and six, or foi-'ecn times did this Congress carry out me power asserting that Congress had all the power to make "all neeiltuLruies ana regulations lor mo Territories even to tho prohibition or en nctmontof Slavery. HOW HE CHANGED AN OPINION. I am going to own up myself. I confess that 1 always believed, until I road the opinion of Justice Curtis, I always boliovod with the old Free Soil party, that under tho Constitution of the Uni...

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 February 1860

Special Notices. JT" Hc Advertisement of Dr. ganlnid'i InTtgorater nd Family Cathartic Fills In another column. 27yl One or tiis host prrvalmt, and at the aarae time trou lilesome and painful diseases that attend tha hntnan flash, la tha raw and Atm. For a long tlma tha medical world hare been continually lirlnln(t forth putnerous specifics forlta permanent cure; but all without affect. Dr. J. Hoa. tetter, an ejperleneed and celebrated physician, hll suc ceeded In furnlshinc, the publlo with a Tnloahfe prepara tion for the cureot Ferer and Anne. The ateadjr and In ereanlnft demand lately made foe tha "Hltlera," and tho universal success attending Us una, have made for It a rrp. utatlon unsurpnsscd by any specific of the hind. For the core of Ferer and Apia, Dr. Ilnstetter'a celebrated atom aeh Blttera must and should claim a auperlorlty over any othor preparation cxUnt. goldhy drnpralata and dealers generally, everywhere. r go advertisement In another column. 62w4. Tpt eu efT 1Ttenm...

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 February 1860

Immense Sab of dhy ooodq cmocEii E9, Ac, Ace. AT Head Quarters! THE SEASON FOR CHEAP GOODS ) come 1 Btnee the sodden BREAK D 0 WX AV PRICES on Foreign andPomestlo Ooods, we hare bought Goods at Extraordinary liow Prices, and w til offorthe Best stock of DRY GOODS! aver brought to Fremont. A largo lint of at greatly reduced prices. Any quantity of SILK3, MERINOS, ALL WOOL DELAINES, PALESTRA CLOTH, ALPACAS, PARAMETTIES, &C. We hava alto a perfect Mountain of DeLalnes and Fast Colored Prlntt. DeLalnes that have always sold from IS to 25 cent, we are now selling at 12 and 18?. Prints that formerly told at 8c to 12c, we arc now selling Sixteen Yards for One Dollar Thli Ii no humbug, bat a fixed fact, which an examina tion of oar Goods and prlcm wltl demo nut rate. We will only say favor us with a mil and you will rent satisfied that no one can leave out store with empty hands for want of Good GoooV an extensive assortment and Low Pric$$. We hare also a full line of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES...

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 February 1860

FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC 11. KELXr.lt, Proprlrtor. The JOURNAL Is published every rrlrlny mornlnj. Offlne In the third torjr, llucklsnU's Block Fremont, Beailuskr eounty, Ohio. TERMS Of SUBSCRIPTION. flneener, wrynrt In arirmnoe, by mftll. ..fl,0 Paid within th T"-r Artertheeplntlon ofthejrew Town subearibers,ln rlTnce ...... RATES OF ADVERTISING. OneSqnsre in linn or less, one Insertion, fn,M do. Fch edilltinnel luMrtlnn 0,'.i do. Three months H.IX) do. Six months . fl.OO do. On year S.'H) Ono-fnnrthcnlumn, change n,rtrly,l yesr... 15,00 One-third do. do. do ... Jo.oo Otte-htlf do. do. do ...2ft,00 Whole do. do. do ... 45,00 Murines Osrds, 8 lines or Ipse, on year ft.OO I.rwled Notices nrevllnr msrrleirpe, and Double col umn Advertisements, to he charged double tile nboi-e rate. Advertisement ehnnld be marked with the number of Insertions or they will be continued until ordered out and oherged accordingly. JOB PRINTING, Of all kind neatly and expeditiously executed, and that too, to t...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 10 February 1860

Not fhoM other tvords of delusion and folly 'Sliirery and Union," far less "bluvery fiivt and Union ftftpiwnifW'ftDd yet more "Slavery with or without Union V But hit own glorious sentiment for the which and with which with filial pioty I waik back wards and cover hi lata political nakod- nM 1 "LlBKRTT ABO UkIUH, BOW ABO Forkvbr, Out akd Ihbeparabli P The $100,000 Electioneering Fraud. Ths Senate Printing Investigation Com miltce met this mornimr. Mr. Wendell un tlerwcnt an examination of upwards of three hours. It appeared that some 7 or 8 Darties were interested 10 ine puUMO print- ing, vir; Stendman, mums, Mctean, mk cr, Rica, Sevorns and Bowman. Mr. Wen dell stated that bo had paid out, during the past throe years, over $100,000 for par ty support, to newspapers, and in aid of election expenses, principally in Pennsylva nia, but extending over Now York, Now Jersey, Maryland, Ohio, fco Considerable had been paid by official authority, and ome of his own free will. He also stated ...

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 February 1860

Special Notices. -y Rn Adrertlsement of Ir. ftantnrd'. lnvlgoratnr and Fmmlly Cathartic Pill In another column. 87yl ; NATOIlItlSTllllllT I'llTilClAH. ThU U now admit ted by tin medical prnfes.lnn, a. fundamental principle of heallnR .pierce. It I. wisely pro.ldfd n"nmn economy, tint whenever any thltiR It wrong In the r.h ll .y.tem, the natural foreeaaf th body are brnuiht lo bear to expel disease. Tbe great lm, therefore, In to treiiRthen the natnral power.. This baa been lectin br the skillful onmr...nd.r. of Dr. .1. IIOSTF.TTK.R S niTTKIW which operate to giro fresh vitality to ll the ,, of the bode. The elfe-t of tlila medicine upon the stnnwh, the liver and the kidney., re prompt an derisive. The nallent who ll wine enongh to qnlt drug ging end try the BiTTnaa, oon feel, as If he had taken a new Icaae of life, nd a. he continue! me nee ni tne or tide he In overloved to And the streams of heattll onnrs Ing through hit frume. Let lt from whoee cheek the bloom has departed give I...

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 February 1860

Fremont Journal. The Washington Feeling. A Washington despatch, of iho 1st, to the Cincinnati Gaftte, gays:- Tlie election of Pennington is regarded tun Antl-Donglns triumph. DouglMWMj in the House during (he balloting, looking very glum. Pennington's Inaugural is highly commended. Its tono was moder ate, national nnd patriotic. Tbo Republi cans regard his election as an omen of ft Presidential success. Great enthusiasm prevails. The Catholic press is speaking out on the subject of the outrages committed on Catholic citizens in the South. The Tab let, tbe Roman Catholic organ of New York, thus concludes an article on the treat ment received iu South Carolina by young Crangale, an account of whose sufferings we published a week or two since: "If the safetvof the Union iaonlv to be accomplished by the proscription of the freedom of apeecb tho freedom of the Press, the freodom of circulation for every free citizen, by the destruction of the habe as corpus, by the substitution of mob an...

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 February 1860

' ' FIIEMONT JOURNAL.' " ISAAC W. KGCLEII. Prprllor. ths JOURNAL Ik pabltiihl Imj Friday morning. Ones In ths third story, Bnoalssd's Bloek rreeaont, 8andnsky eounty, Ohio. ' I ' trm ov fccnsawiPTioic." rnnenr.f, per yenr.tn sdvnn, by wmll U.'. " Paid within the year . JiOJ After the eiplrstlon of Hie year ....... , Town iab-ecrltoni,tu ndvwfcea ..ivw..i . ,7i - ' RAT OF AtVBTI8Il0. -., 0t "qnars 10 Hun or loss, one Insertion, $MJ -4 tr.h .it.mlnnal Insertion . M He'-;' Three months. -- .a... ..-.- ?t00 ..4. M Sis months do. ' Oncyoar floe-fourth eolnnan, change s,nrtsrly, It'" One-third , do., do. do ... One-hell do. " do. .! '.. to. ... Whole do. do. do ... H.i.P.-t. a nrles.. nne rear o.oo . D.ao . ls.oo . o,oo . no . 46,00 Leaded Notice's preceding marriages, and. Dnnble onl to he chnrs-d doable the above rktt. D.UO id...tl..m.nts should be marked with the number f Insertions or they will h( sontlsaed until ordered out and charged accordingly. JOB PRINTING. Oftl kinds neatly and...

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 February 1860

Jxcwontlourmi ".. "FREMONT: OHIO. . t , , ., . , ISAAC tit. KBBX-XK, Editor. t Friday, February 17, 1860. Republican County Convention. Th Republican of frindliFky County sr. requested to Ml In Convention M IA Cemrt lltmt fXMil, alrss, (A Mt say FUrser. "I nt o'clock la the afternoon, to appoint Ifcor delegate from Sandusky eosnty to attsnd tbe lu Cosrrratloa b held at Co lombo a, an the lt dy a March. And, alao to appoint It delegates (ona for every 100 voles out for John Carey) to attend a District Convention (tlma and plv of holding said Convention to b hereafter determined) to appoint two delegate to attend the Chicago National Convention for the nomination of oandldataa for President and Vic Pre.Ul.ot ' I. M. KERTER, OKO. M. TTI.L0T80N, i . a. PHii.i.irs. wM.cot.nv, C.0.9AJiKORD, (Mntrmi CtmmitU: Fremont, January 21, 1860. Republican Congressional Convention. j . vention. In aeenrdaaes with tha noommendatloa of tha State 'Central ConHsittes, the Central Committee of the 9th Con...

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 February 1860

Special Notices. tT""8a Adrrtlm"nwn of Dr. fantnrn'i Inlgnmtr nd Family 0th11o Pills im another aolunn. f!yl NATirira r m Obbat Pbtici. Thl I now admit ted by the Baadlcel profession, M fundamental principle of heeling eetene. It I wisely prnrlded by th hnnian Mraomy. that whenorer anything I wron; In- la phy loal system, tlx natural tort of Hit body Br broag'nt to boar to eapel th disease. The great aim, therefore, Is t strengthen th natural power. Thl haa been k.pt In Tlew by tha skillful compounder oT Or. J. HOSTRTTER'S BITTERS which oparata to gW fresh Tltallty to all tha organ ml tha body. Th Afflict of (lilt medlcln upon tha stomach, th llrar and th kidney, ara prompt and declilr. Th patient who I wis enongh to quit drug ging and try th Birraae, toon feels m If ha had taken a new lean of Ufa, and aa ha continue th rise of tin ar ticle h It orarjoyad to Bnd tha rtreami of health conn ing through hla frain. Iet all from whoa cheek tha bleoa ha departed Ire Dr. J. Hestetter' Cele...

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 February 1860

Fremont Journal. v For want of a pro article on the Union to-dny, we insert the following in Torsi, from a correspondent. Post. ' UNION SAVING. fnre nrteot damee, 'tl aeio, emjoajr Ware r.nlttin?, tlklnirv knitting, . Beneath wlllowaadly sitting) And tbo, with warn) sigh, said lhyt ' "This world's acM' wrack, wa rar, ' ' j ; Whlls wer.t knUtla,,tall kltl', Beneath this wlltsr sadly aHtl';" Ami fnm aaeh ay. rolled don taw. . tbwa faintly walled the elder dam, 0 oan't wo ltr( thli world ftwm rolnr An' slop wht wloked folk's It doVr" " And wnln knitting jnak tilt mm. , Th Mitthra eerily apakai "tresl W ought. H b nn an doln '.. x ToaJ thla warm1 from wrack to' rain;" . . And aa aba eatd to, "turnd a hoal." Than alghoa tha third, wltk doleful phla: "While w an talUa' hera, an' ilttln'" ' Bat eaddea atoppad, and dropped bar knitting, ' 1 da balltr nry Mseait' rla r The mm th ancient dame in aute, . From knitting, talking, talking, knitting, j Brneatk thwlllw sadly ailting, GAKER. John We...

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 February 1860

FREMONT JOURNAL. ISAAC Jl. KEELEII, Proprietor. Th. JOURNAL l.p.bll.h.d r.rr frMy "'a'"' Olf.es In th. third story, BucklMid'. Bioo.-Fr.mont, S.nAnsky oantjr, Ohio. TKRM9 OF SCB80RIPTIOW. On. soPT, p yor. In .dT.no., by m.U 1MB l'.ld within tli. your J- A(l.rtli.nlrtlonof th.yeM . TuwniUbMrlb.n.ln .dr.no. R.TKS OF ADVERTISING. i..a...inilnn.rl.m. on. insertion, f0,0 do. Kih 4iUon.l llrsrUon.... do. Three month...... -- do. Bin month. - -- . 0,2 .. S.00 .. ,00 1,00 Ont-rnnrth oolan. ekwri"' l"t i!'r2 One-th rd Jo. - Jj1 Ons-half a. . in no Whol. do. ' !o - ,"'00 I.esMfd Notices prswlinx ir.rris:s, .lid rtoiibl. eol- "T7..T.ho.ldb. Vn.ri.rf with th. number of Insertions or they will k. e..U.4 ..Ulord.ml.utMd sshftrged .ocordlnfly. inn vaiVTlira. Of U H n.tl nd .nnrlltloniily.ratfl'n too, to th. f.ll s.tssWtctlon ol our I l 1HKH. ., h.nd. or wdll V prlntM on a Editor nd Froprtrtor rnmont Jmrn.l rnt. ts BKrr.Bifi,hi 'nJnr"m,r"n !Mm.," n K&T VTtcupM by Pr. Row,, wher. h. will b. fc.o...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 24 February 1860

rJJJ I KliVXj UV(xJ U Ul ililU FREMONT: OHIO. ISAAC JVX. nnXJLER.Uditor. Friday, February 24, 1860. Delegates to Chicago. . The Convention of the Ninth Congress ional district, held at Tiffin on Wednesday, to elect two delegates to the Chicago Na- tional Convention, was largely attended, and tho choice of the Convention full on Earl Bill, of Seneca county, and D. W. Swioart, of Crawford county. County Convention. The Republican Convention held at the Court House in Fremont, on Saturday the 18th, was well attended by working mem- berg of the party, eight of the townships being represented. P. C. Dean, of Ball' villo, was called to the chair, and M. Ttlkr, of this town, elected Secretary. Delogntes were then appointed to attend the District Convention at Tiffin, which was held on the 22d. Detlif Thompson and GeoROt M. Tillotson were selected from this township. Tho Convention then ap pointed Philip C. Dean, J. M. Johnsos, Tbeo. Claff and R. P. Buckland dele gates to the Stato Conventi...

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 February 1860

Special Notices. CiT" 8( Advertisement of Dr. Sanlord's Invlgorator and Family Oathartle Pllle la another column. 27yl NATtTRI IB THK OttlAT I'HYIlroiAH. Tllii l now admit ted by tho medical profession, M fundamental principle of healing science. It li wisely provldod by tin tinman ooonoray, that whenever anything ll wrong 111 the phyi leal system, th natural forces of tin body art brought to bear toexpcl the disease. Thagrcal aim, therefore, la to atrengthen the natural powers. Thli baa been kept In Ylewhy the akllirul compounders of Or. J. IIOSTETTKR'3 BITTERS which operate to give fresh vitality to all the organ" of the body. The effect of thli medicine upon theetomach, the liver and tlie kidneys, are prompt and -decisive. The patient who la wle enough to quit drug ging and try the BiTTana, aoon feels aa ef be had taken a new leaae of life, and ae he continue the line of the ar ticle he le overjoyed to find the streams of health cann ing through hie frame, I.et all from wkoee che...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 24 February 1860

Fremont Journal. A PRAYER. Father, 1 bar wand? ml Par, 0, to now my folding star I Draw mj footsteps back to That, at mj Urn fuller spirit free. lm me frwoj (ha donbta thai roll O'sr tha ehaoa of my onl Let ona ray of troth Mluma Ani dtapal tha thick'nlnt; gloom I Ood of truth, and pesos, and lora, Hear my prayer I Draw my reatless thonghta above Keep tham thara I Father, aara me at this hour, From tha tempter's fearful power Partfy tha hidden springs Of niy wild Imaginings I hara thought tlU thought la patn, Searched for paaoa ittll search U vain, Out of The, I aannnt find Rant for tha Immortal mind. Now 1 coma ta Thae for aid Peac. raatora I Lat my aonl on Thaa ba etayed ForaTannora I The Hive in February. Thoprcsentmonth thoro willbefound.on ex amination, considerable brood io tbo hives. This brood will be found occupying the colls, around which tha boes Bro densely cluster- Jor heat is essential to thoir growth and lifo. The food of the young consists of honey and pollen, or bee...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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