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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 November 1860

Special polices. Health S llcnlth! Use Old Dr. DcllonhflugVa Celebrated G R U M A N IMPUOVRD Sugar Comtfd, Jnti-Bilioue Liver and Blood Pillet warranted purely vegetable. The best family Till now before th public. Price 2& Centi per Box. Dr. DnM.KftBA.uati, Cleveland, Proprietor, ror Sale by C. R. K'CULLOCH, Fremont. Fremont, April 20th, 1800. Ifiyl. A CAU1K Dr. John B. Rick, would respectfully nn- nftunee that he ban resumed the practice of Medicine and Surgery. Durlnghlaabscncehe baa enjoyed unsurpassed facilities, both College nnd Hospital, In tiie City of Phila delphia; and In the New York Eye Infirmary. fJT Office, at formerly. April a, 1S0O. Mother, Hond Thl. . The following la an extract from a, letter written by the pastor of a Baptist Church, tt the "Journal and Mon ger," Cincinnati, Ohio, and speak volumes In faTor of that world -renowned medicine Mrs. Wins low's Sooth ing Strop for Ciuldrrh Trhthihg: "We nee an advertisement in your columns of Mrs. Win dow's Soothing ...

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 November 1860

Fremont Journal. THE INDEPENDENT FARMER. BY MRS. SUSANNA BROWNSON. Whoa Xht bonny KTny morning J tint peep from aktee, An4 the larti, mounting npward, tones her tweet h.yj tflth a mind nneiieombered: hj eare I arise) . My snlrlU light, airy and gay. 1 take up my front bona Tray, sny food friend, Wapi hfi tall and rum sportive ly round; To the woods, then, tog t bet oarfbotstepa wo bond, Tli there health and pleasure are found. I snuff thefraeb air; bid denaavee to care, At happy u mortal can be; From the tolls of the groat, ambition and tate, Tia my pride and my boast to be free. At noon I dV'lght to range o'er the rich soil, ' And watwiVtrongh ehlldren regale With a cop of home-brewed to tweetea their toil, And laugh at the )nke or the tale. And whether the ripe waving corn I behold. Or the innocent flocks meet my light Or the o relit rd whose fruit is jnit turning to gold, 8till, it 1 11 health and pleasure nntto. At night to my towlj-roofd eot I retarn, When ob, what new sources ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 December 1860

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. -. fellow OiHimi of ttu Seine ' nd Routt of R'prtitntatxtm : Throughout th yr lino our last meet ing th oountry has been eminently pros. perou la all lit material interval. Th general health hu been xollnt, our har- : vt hav been abundant, and plenty , smile throughout th land. Oar eom- , men and. manufacture hav been prof. ouita ua energy sna industry, and nev yielded fair and ample returns In short, , no nation in in uue 01 tim Bas vr pro sen ted a speotaol of greater material Dros perlly than we hare don until within a t ' very recent period. ' "c Wbj ia it, then, that discontent now to 'extensively prevails, and the Union of States, whioh ia the source of all these bless. ', Inis, Is threatened with destruction? The " long continued and intemperate iDlerfe 1 '' Tfrnoe of the Northern people with the qne. '' tion of slavery in the Southern States has ' 1 at length! prodaeed its natural efleots. The different sections of the Union are now nr- ,. tared against ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 December 1860

MMf" niwi"' ".i , ". $M,l)00 nfrO.oent the most IM.oen.OOtt, Is ara- ply nffloltit to dnilntatef th government nit to pay be Inlet est on the viublla. debt, ' unless contingent events should brlter render streordinary expenditure 't bit reanlt bin bee a httalned. la a eonslder , . able degree bj tb care exe retted by tbe ap propriate departments in entering tnta public ton tract. hav myself never Interfered '.',' with the itnd of any luoh contract except in .". afilpgU caw with' th Colonization Society, 4 dmm( u edvltRbl to cart'lh whole re ,'. sponelblltty in each case, tu tba.proper bead et tba department, with tba general iostrac- Uo that Mtete contract! thonld always ba given to tha lowest and best bidder. It b vr been my opinion that public' contract lira not a legitimate ourc of patronage to ba eotiferrvd upon personal or political favorite; bm that In all tneb caaet public officer it bound to act fur tba government as a prudent Individual would net lor hiraselfV , AFRICAN SLA...

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 December 1860

"THY WILL BE DONE." Senrclior of Hiartnl from initio onwo All thought, that should not be, And in iU deep receives tmco My gratitude to Thee! Henror of TrRyert oil, gnido aright Kach word and deed of mine; Lifo'a biittla tench me how to fight, And bo tlin victory Thino. t!ivcr of All! for every good Iu the Redeemer came For rninient, shelter and for food, I thank Thee in Hi name. Father and Son and Holy Ghostl Thou glorious Three in Onel Thou knowest bent what I need luoHt, And lot Thy will lie done. A STORY OF THE WINE-CUP. BY CLARA AUGUSTA. "Young rtiari ! said the late eminent Judge llalliston, At ft fushionnblo party whom wine" flowed frooly ''Young man, put down that glass! There is certain death in it." Harry Gordon dropped the crystal gob lot upon tho table, startled by the abrupt exclamation of the Jitdgo and the ruby wine flowed in a bright stream .over tho Persian carpet. "Sir, what mean youl" lie cried, his face flushed and his eyes were brilliant with ex citemont. moan,"...

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 December 1860

rtmontimmmL FREMONT: OIUO. X8AAO XUX. XXSBUXS., Editor. Friday, December 7, 1860. The Message. We this week lend out the Mowing of Presi dent BtTORAVAN in n erfre. We h.T. neither room or time for comments, . Read it. The Kansas Bugaboo. Tbe Kanwi. roporta indicate almost a oomplete flattening ont of the terrihle thing which were charged upon Capt Montgomery and hia men. X few more day, and the whole matter will pro- .ably be completely exploded. Judge William can therefore be net down a liar of the first mag hitudo. ' , Wisconsin Representative. ' tt has been reported that Chaa. H. Larrabee, Oongresnman from the third, Wisconsin district, waa dead. The rumor is now contradicted. It Was stated he died from the effect of injuries re- omred by a (all a week or two ago. The Mil- waukee WUeontin of the 30th says: Judge Larrabee was in town yesterday, almost entirely recovered from the linunes he received by a lull from tho roof of his house, a few days aro- He will, no doubt, be able to...

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 December 1860

Special Notices. Health! Health! Use OKI Dr. Dcl,enbwigli' Celebrated O R R M A N IMl'HOVFiD Sugar Cooled, AH-Mlita lAner mnd Kleod PMe, warranted purely Testable. The beet Family Pill low veforelhe public v Price) it CtnU per Box. Tr. nu.B00B, Clereland, Proprietor. For Stic hy C. R. M CU I.I.0C11, Fremont. Fremont, April 90th, lnOO.lfiyl. A CARD. Db. Johm B. Uicb, onlJ respectfully no nonnce that ho has resnawd tb practice of Medicine and Surgery. Durlnghlsabsencehe ban enjoyed nnsurnasseo facilities, both College and Hospital, In the City of Phila delphia! ami In th New York KyeluBrmary. f omoe, aa formerly. April , I860. Mothers, Read This. Tha fallowing la an oitract from a letter written by tha pastor of a Baptist Church, to tha "Journal and Mossen ror," Cincinnati, Ohio, and speaks Yolnroea In farorof thatworld-ranovned medicine Mm. Wnratow'a Boot isa Strct MR CwtLrmicw Tirrnixat "We see an advertisement In yonr columns of Mrs. Win alow's Soothing Syrup. Now we netoraald a wo...

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 December 1860

Fremont Journal. CHILD AND THE SUNBEAM. BY MRS. T. R. LEVERIDGE. I pair ft youthful mntlmr, - One on ninmior lny, Srf drrwn bTinilitij infnnt. To wnti'h ita frolic piny; 'It jrwubolit! on hc Hnrpl That di-cki-d tlio curiK-t o'or, And xwmwl with childish womlor Karh oljoct to explore. , A notnnthinR nn the InHnnt ltd 11UJ UTr himkIr; , And'rdmrt'tly It riim where ' ' A ijiilili'n kuiiIh'iiiii rums; Whiio on tbo new found Rlory It fixed lt wondnulB ;, And trustfully roiudn-d forth its hands, " 'To wiie th glittering prixo. And now it tiny 6nors claap t The tremurR rich and mre, , Which in it baby innoo-nce It undy thought wn there; But nil! tiiat hand uncloson, And to its ununt gnt Rovoals no gems of beauty No bright imprisoned rays. Anil then the first of many tears Fell on that, cherub fore The tin tad disappointment ' Jn Life's uncertain rare! Anil thus it hnn been with us all. - Who its dark game hath played We've son)jlit to ernsp the Buushine, But only found the shade. Farm-Dece...

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 December 1860

From the Chicago Journal. DEATH. We cannot tell which exceeds Id beauty tha doth of the youth or the old. Morning cloud art beautiful fn deed, pain tod and pearl like flaxnn beauty's cbeeV, but for goons are the cloud ft, that, stained with dying day, are drawn I(k CirMr'i mantis over ltd changing fuee. Soma, like the Morning Star, went out at dawn, 'When bird did fling at Fl eaten s gate aloud; Some like the Sun, kept climbing bravely on, Till In the West, beneath a golden cloud, . The dead Day Iny In state, and lumps did born, In all of Fl eaten, to welcome their returnt And Earth was dewy wifh the tean the shed, And bared her bosom for the coming dead. Hut there, upon the Western threshold of the World, They yet shrill linger, ami our eyes behold, Till this great azure tent of time It furled. And Ageafltand.befnra God's Hates of Gold, We cannot weep for these. The Sexton make Their graves In rain. The green Earth Idly breaks In voiceless billows, for her Kthlop broait Shall not e...

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 December 1860

- FREMONT: OHIO. ISAAC III. KUDllin., editor. Friday, December 14, 1860. California Election-Official. The Pony Express, with San Francisco data to the 28lh ult., arrived atFortKear ney on the 0th iost. The total vote of the State for Presnlont is 119,597, of which Lincoln received 38,702, Douglas 38,000; Breckinridge 24,041, Boll 8,794. Lincoln's plurality, 642. Oregon. Oregon by a plurality of 815. Good enough. The Electoral Vote. . California and Oregon having east their vote for Ltoss and Hamlin, the electoral vote mav . lx lummd op as follows: ' for Mnei m& Hamlin, ISO For Breckinridge ud Lane....... 72 Pot Bell and Ererett, S for Donglasaod Johnson ........... 12 Whole Klectoral Tote, 03 Lincoln's majority orer all, ........ ..... . 67 Thus Lincoln's majority is larger than the to tal electoral vote of the States which are now meditating ooeion. Indiana Banks Thrown Out. Indianapols of the 10th, says, the bankers of that city, had, on that day thrown out the following Free...

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 December 1860

SPECIAL NOTICES. HEALTH! HEALTH! Uso Old Dr. DcllonbRiigh'i Colobrated OEUMAN IMPUOVED Smgtr Coated, Anti-Bilioue Lit IT and Blood I'illi, warranted purely vegetable. The beat Family Pill Dow before the public JVtrs 24 Cfilll per Pot. Dr. DiLLKKBAcatf, Cleveland, Proprietor. For Suit by 0. R. trcUIXOCR, Fremont. Fremont, April 20th, 18(10. Idyl. A CARD. Dr. John B. Rice, would respectfully n- nounos that ha hut rvsumed the practise of Medicine and 8urs;ery. Daring his absence he has enjoyed unsurpassed facll Idea, both College and Hospital, In Uie CUjr of Phila delphia; and lo the New York Ere Infirmary. ,t7 Offloe, ae formerly. April 6, I860. MOTHERS, READ THIS. The following U an extract from a letter written by the pastor of a Baptist Church, to the "Journal and Mesaen f er,' Cincinnati, Ohio, and speaks volumes in favor of that world-renowned medlclno Mm. WlxaLOW'a Sootk 150 Svanr for Cbildrih TsaTniRa: 'We eee nn advertisement In your eolumnsof Mm. Win alow'a Soothing Syrnp. No...

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 December 1860

Fremont Journal. From Punch. THE TWO KINGS AT TEANO. OCTOBER 15, 1860. . Yft and (iarlMldl, aid hjr Throwi4 Kinff Mid th orswnltM hand In hand, Kath th. Wafl sk of their rvganarat land, Silent, Bid ahmtlng Umninb, La, tb rtdl Not many iyitsI hand m par of Ut, As to 1st laid wlthla tht stalnl.es palm, Kara villi freaa of th familiar kilt; Not manj royal looks Co aid bra. tho flats Of tboaa deep-seated and nnwarerlng eyes, Fearful or Itrrlble, a ti th ? war f aMue or light them. Rid on, to th eries ' Of Long lira Italy I while, near and far. All (nod man's hope hla thine iBTeatlture, Iloneit King-maker of an honest King, And pray thy work may atand, till rooted lure, In spite of friend that aa the try elln;. Stifling with wintry green, that abowa like Spring. Ride on, Victor Emannelto the throne From wklrk Browned wlekedneaa hath toppled down, white Oarlhaldl, gnerdonleea, alone, Taket hla far higher thron and nobler erownl Oakes for the Holidays. . As tlie festive season will soon bo...

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 December 1860

How Strange is Life. Bow it mag Is life! to mm It passes sweet Willi othera have Its dreadful storms to meet, ' And othera stilt do walk with trembling feet Along lit shore, Fearing that, should they launch their fragile bark TTpon Its an (rry -look I nt waters dark. That they will perish; to they stand and mark Ita angry roar There! some can brave It with a smiling faco, While other! would IU dreadful patha erase, And evsr from their memory would efface Ha changing acene. Home think It li a magic thing, yet real And plunge Into IU strife with ardent teal ; bat I, remaining yet, unchanging feel 'Tti but a dream. "Charity Envieth Not." BY ALICE E. NEAL. "You tlou'l so P "True as tbe Gospel, fflit Snolling. Thnt velvet clonk of hers, the enlls it Tal macost every cent of twonly-five dollars. Then there's her bonnet that camo from Now York, too; Miss Duuo's work ain't good enough for her of lato years. Well, that bonnet could'nt bo bought for loss'n eight dollars. Why, tho ribbons must...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 21 December 1860

FREMONT: OHIO. X2AA0 m. SZ3BX.X13L, Editor. Friday, December !, 1860. NATIONAL FAST DAY! President's Proclamation. To the PeopU of the United Siatet: - , ; Namero.il appeals hare been mad to ms bj pious end patriotic aeeoeta.lona aae eHlsene, la Tlew of the preseat alatractetf and dangerous condition of our eenntrr, to recommend (bat, a Vr e as-npar fcr Humiliatiox, Fasrmo, in PaiTin, throughont the Union. . ' In enrepllimoftirlth their rea,net,etidaty own sense of ' airly, I designate fumiT, Tin 4tr sit or Jaxcast, 18(1 for tfati purpose, and. reoommend sues tha People aaa bit on that 07, aaoordlef te thelreererel fa mm of erer- ahlp, to seep It aa a solemn Fast. Tha Colon af tka Slates la at to present moment thretteaed with alarming and ImoMdiata danger; panic aad distress of a tearful aharactar travail throughout tht land; oat laboring populetloa aja witbaat employment emeenaelrlly aeeiteed at tbo aaaana ot earning- their vreao. indeed, hftpa scaia to hare deserted tha minds of ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 21 December 1860

Specif police?.. llcnllht Health t Uso Old Dr. Dollonbaugh's Colobrnted ii 13 K M A N I M V 11 O V F. D Smgmr t'aetad, Jmli-BilUu Liter and Met 4 PHI; warranted pnrelj vsgetable. The best Famll Till Mow before the public. Pria 25 Cel sr Dr. PxLLaitBJiuaR, CleTelanrt, Proprietor. For Sale by 0. R. M'CULLOCH, Fremont. Fremont, April 20th, 1800. lSjl. A CAHI. Dr. Jons B. Ricb, would respectfully an nounce that ho has rwatnfd th practice of Medicine ud 8arjr err. Daring his absence ho has enjoyed finearpassed facilities, koth College Knd Hospital, In tho City of Phll delpnla; u( la tho New York Eyo Infirmary. 7 Office, aa formerly. April , 1800. iTIotlicrm, Head Thin. Tho following U on extract from a letter written by tho paator of a Baptist Cliorcli, to tho "Journal and Measeu wer," Cincinnati, Ohio, and apenki rolumrs la feror of that world-renowned medicine Una. WlxsLOW'a Soorn lxa Sranp roa Cuit-paa TaarniKai Wo ooo an adrerttoMaont In ynnr columns of Mrs. Win elnw'a Soothing Syrup...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 21 December 1860

Fremont Journal. From the Knickerbocker. "POPPED CORN." - On Aatnmn nljrht what th. t4 ai htgll. Ana1 th. r.1 Ml In iaar aplaalw - - 1 (Ml. hay th alrrhaa Bra, t It A?Pnm tnm la tha aato. 1 Aa4 hi. aitr, ft earlr-aalw-4 chiM f tlirM, - A B.I looking on, Jnat alria. to hla KM. Th. blaat want bawling around tha honaa, r , Aa If ! Kt In Hiraa trying; . . . . ( j " It rattlf th laMl T (hi afllrt door, ' ' ' Then It mnw4 m 4 baby erylng i HoSr m4 than 4ro, dMrn tin chiaariry mn, Ant tpnittni In tin bright rad ma. Pnnl nopl and th. fc.rn.ta, an. by oa. Cum at of. ttw tnbm lying; , ' ' Tba boy ..Id ft long pin itlck In hit hand, AftdlKptUbanilyplyingl Ha (tlrrad the Mr ftad H nnnf4 tbft nor, And foinw jwnprd to th. nmit toor. , ( Fart of tha Itrnala hopped ant on way, And ft part boppod oat th. other; flam, flow floor, into tho liitor'l tip. Boom nudor tho ftool of tho brothtr t Tho Uttto gtrl gnthorod thorn Into ft hoop. And ollod tbom " took of milk wbito ihoop." i 1 " ' l . ' An t onoo ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 December 1860

Prayer-Meeting in a Storm. [Sec President Buchanan's late Proclamation.] A gnle camotip from the soii'-nou'-wert; 'Twri fir-rce November weather: But the uliip had felt such a atorm before, ; And her planks atill held tdether. And thua, though the howling tempest showed No elftna of diminution, The paasenKera anid: "We'll trnatonrahip, The ataunch old Constitution I" The captain atood on the quarter-deck "Tho ecas," he aaid,"uey batter ua: 'Twaa my watch below in the former galo I doubt if wo'U weather Iattcraa. The wind on the one aide blowa me off, The current acta me ahoreward: I'll juat lay-to between them both, And nnr.u to be going forward." "Broakera ahead I" cried the watch on the bow, "Hard ui I waa the first mate a order "She fcela the ground-awell," the passenger cried "And the aeaa already board her I The fore-anil split in the nnry gust; In the hold the bnllnat shifted; And an old tar said "If Jackson Btcered We shouldn't thua be drifted.,' But the c;i plain cried: "Let...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 December 1860

-A FREMONT: OHIO. XSAAO XVZ. XCSUXiCXt, Editor. v Friday, December 28, 1860. ptnto.nl Journal SECESSION. The to faster the charge oT secession upon the Rrribltcmi 'party, W nonsense. The people who are- mainly responsible for it are those who aro bringing' It about at the South If we inquire what are their tnotivt In the matter, we shall find thnt they are not driven by Northern aggreioni They act up a howl about Nort hern fanaticism, personal liberty bills, exclusiou ram IheWrrltaries, fce., but when the whole matter is sifted to tho bottom, the real motive for secession it the desire to ptirchaso slaves at $100 to $150 each by re-opening the slave trad. The man who drive this thing to extremes are the men who advocate the re-open-ing of the slave trade. With the re-opening of that trade they see in their mind's eye gangs of cheap slnves, untold bales of cotton, and un counted wealth. Herein lies the animut of se cession. Kemove this lust ot wealth, wnicn is onlv to be obtained bv ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 December 1860

Special Notices. Ilcnltli t Ilciillhi Uso Old Dr. Dcllonbough'ii Colobrnted O K R M A N IMPltOVKD Sufmr Coattd, Antl-Biliiu lAver and Blood warranted purely vegetable. The beat Family Till Bow tefore the public. Vies V Centl ft Hot. Dr. PfM.tXDAuaH, Cleveland, Proprietor. ForSalebr C-R' M'CUM.OCrt, Fremont. Fremont, April SOth, 18(10. 15jrl. A CA1II. Dr. John B. Rics, would respectfully an nonnoa that ha haa renamed the practice of Medicine and" Burgere. Durlnirhisabsence he hu enjoyed unsurpassed facilities, both Collea and Hospital, la tho City of Phila delphia; and In the New York Ere Infirmary. tCJTOmce.aa formerly. April, 1800. nolheris Head Thin. The following la an extract from a letter written by the paator of a Bnptlat Church, to the "Journal and Meaeen ger," Cincinnati, Ohio, and speaks volumes In favor of that world-renowned medicine SI a. WilULOtr'a Soon lo Strut for CniLDRan TKrrnmo: 'We aeo an advertisement In yoor columna of Mrfl. Win Blow's Soothing Syrup. Now we nev...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 December 1860

n I 8 C r. Ij 1. A N 13 O Ij s Thi Amalgamation or Lahquaoes. The li ft f rowing tondeacy Ib this age te appropriate the most expressive word! of other languages, and after ft awhile to Incorporate thorn Into our own; thas the ward OpHalit, which li from the Oreek, signifying "for the neeA'Ms now becoming populartfed In connection with Mr. Spalding's great headache remedy, but It will emm bt sed in ft more general way, and tbe ward Cephalic will become as common as Electrotype and many others whose distinction ft foreign words hut been worn awejr by com mon usage eatll tbty Mem "native ftnd to th manor bora." 'artilr Ileallzed. Hi ad n orrtble Viidaclia this haCternoon. hand 1 stepped Into the ..apothecaries, band says hi to lha man, "Can you btwm me hof an 'eedache?" "Uoee it hacha arO aaya . Ilexeeedingly,' cars hi, hand noon that fan. trie a Cephalic Pill, htnd'pnn ma'onor it cured ma to quick that I 'anil realised i 'ad 'ad an 'aadaeha. Headache is the favorite sign by which nat...

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