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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 January 1854

Fremont jouknal: JOnS MiSTIPabllshfr, A Proprietor The JiiunAL,iepnhliahed veryPatordav morn .if Office la fluckleed'e Brick Bnildint; third tory; Fremont, Sanrlusky county, Ohio. TERMS. Single eopv. pryear,ln advance, $1 JO Paid within the rear. SCO Town eubacribe'rewillbeeharged it 75. Tliedil-f lerenoe in thr tsrmsliMween the price on paper delivered Inlown andthoee eenl by mail ,ia occa i,ned bytheixpnneeofcarrying. MowtoStof rArR. Firsts ethalyoohav paid for it up ti the time Ton wih it to atop: notify the Poat Maaterof yord'eeir,ndaekhim to no tifv the publisher.under hi frnk,( a hi author ised to do J of your wiah to diecontinne. RATES OF ADVERTISING. )ne square I3linee firal Inaerlion $0 50 Do each addition linserlion. .. ... 95 Do s Three month 9 0 Do ' Six montha 3 511 Do One Tear 00 Two eqaereaSix montha. Do On Tear . o wu 1 A Ml '.'..". '.!".. 18 00 30 00 Hatfcolnrnn One Tear. One column One year. Bnsincsfl Dlrcctorrj. FREMONT JOURNAL JOB 1'BIXTIMO OFFlCEl We are now pre...

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 1854

or two year. I would suggest a modification of tl law in ihis particular, sj as to autlwr- u ths judges lo sentence tor shorter peri J- ' Permit ma In connection with this subject to call your attention to the very large num ber of juvenile now confined iu this institu tion, considerations ol sound policy, ss well 'of humanity, create strong doubt of in mv I mind at to the propriety of the present sys-l tern of punishing this dan ol delinquents, Offense committed by boys sre unually the A sesult of idlenss, Improper associations, . and the absence of proper parental care. " " Tboy are verv different in decree and moral turpitude, from thoo of the deliberate and confirmed Oriminal. " Punishment, betide securing the peace And safety of ociety, i designed to repress crime and reform the offender. The last of thete lubjectt ia particularly applicable to the inexperienced and unlorlunate youth; while many ol the old are entirely beyond the reach of hope, there U scarcely a youth that rua...

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 1854

Wat. II.'Viibsm.v.sit, hlghlv respectable citi teit nl Baltimore, aava ht HTA RLEil'S ANO- DYNE CHERRY EXPECTORANT rtiiiis'y .Ctirsd lit "I or threatened Con fimrTin.s o f six month statullng. fie Iim sines recommend.1 it lo mny others, and it list in every lustnace dona all that could be expected from in.dinine. Ilia Mtfdliy many of lha most espari.nc.,1 pit) si ciatis. If Jen have Cough, it j It! Sea adrer- tis.menl in another column. "'. , Jnu. 7, '4. 4t. - M OLD AGE. Among the complaint, incident lo persons in tha ' snore, advanced staves of life, ere IiidnrBstimi. time' Irattou of the nervous eyitam, end Phvsinial and Mrnlhl lbi!ily there are iu many casee. euoh a derangement of the uervoue syaleiu, that tliay may find it iMipoetrMe to obtain the amunnt of a eep lir- d nature may demand. - Myr-r'e R.snk Rose, by Imparting Ttpot to the blood, and through that ti all parla of the tvltrm, remove? all thaee d lliou t fra. The feeble pat'ieiu becomet hearty, and all ti e function! p...

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 1854

Cleveland Column. a- ALCOTT. B. W. I10HTUN Aiif'OTT Jk IIORTO.N, ' . Wholesale healers in Dry Good, Millenary and Yankee Notion!, Ko. 5T rnpe-rior afreet, CLEVELAND, 0. Aug. 20, 53 6m . C.OU1IA31 V APll,, Ku lfl Superior Street, CEVELAND, 0., AscrAcTtinxa or Bnda Biscuit, DhUii, Bolter, Sugar and Pie-nie Crackers, Fancy and Plain Cakes, Canilici, Sen. WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL Dr ALECS IS Dry Groceries, Foreign and Domestic Fruits and Preserves, Almonds and Nun, Willow Wagons ndCradloa, Clothes, Merkstaud Work BkeU, Ac, Ac. Aug. 30,53.-601 A. 8. GARDNER. Importer, and Whuleaala and Retail Dealarin Crockery, China and Class Wan, Argentina and Britannis Ware, Solar and Pin Oil Lamp. Looking Glasses, 6Vc, 4 a., Ko. lai Snpcrior Street, CLEVELAND, OHIO. J. P. ROSS, Proprietor. CLEVELAND. OHIO. Corner of Superior and Merwin Street. Aog. 90, '53 3m C. T.MORSE. Dealer in Imported and Domeelio Cigar. Tobacco, Pipes, Tobacco Buxet, La bels, Ribbons, tacks, SnufT, Fine-Cut -Smoking and Chewing Tob...

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 1854

. FUEMONT JOURNAL: ' JO 31 MlSTIt, rikllsher, A rrtprlcUr ' Tke Joeaaat Is pebliehed iTt Friday mora-ls-mee la Backtaud'e Brick Boildiog third eseeyi Fremont, Seadaekyeeeaty.Ohke. ' TERMS. Klagle eepy, per year, ie advaac. f I 30 rai i vlUiia Ika year, 900 .Tewasebaerinerowillbeeliergedyl 73. Thedif- fersaje la I he terme between the price ea paper delirerediatewa aadlheaa aaat by mail,iaocoa eiaed kylheospeaeeofoarrying. Haw to 8 tor a Farea. first seethe! yoa hava paid far II aa ta tha tima Tan wish it to atopi Botify lha Peat Malta r of year doei re, aad ask him ta o M) thMblielter,aader hiefrank.f.aeheieaatlior aee' to ao) af year wih to diaeonllnaa. RATES Or ADVERTISING, seaare IJliaee firal iaeertioo 4050 Oa aaab additioaa liaaarlioa. ...... 25 Da Thraa month 9 00 Da His raoatba 3 50 Da Oaa yaar 5 00 Tara asjeareeSia enoalhe... 600 Da . uaa yaar iu iru Half eolama Oaa yaar. .. 18 00 Qaa aalama On a yaar... ........ .... .... 30 00 . Dnsintst JDtmtorr). FREMONT JOURNAL job rfti...

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 1854

The Pacific Railroad. This grand tchcmo has finally assumed shape and dofiiiiliveneis, nnd ii before ' Cosv Brest InMC, Sward' BilL S give ilic following digest of th provision of iln bill X. It Jhrowi open tho building of tho road to any company charactered by any 5!ato. "It atipulatet fur scaled proposals from nil audi, and proposes' 16 g'vo the construction lo that company which will build it fur the least sum in ma tvny ot aid irom uio uovernmoni; mat i aid lo be afforded in 6 per cent, Block ro- j dc'cmnblo after 20 ycatt at the pleasuro of tlie Government the company 1 to own and taianage tie road under certain conditions. "These are, 1st ' That the Oovcrnrncrit "may take possession 6f it fit any tiruo by faying the fompany Ita. expenditure upon the road, trlllf 10 per beat. Interest on Ilia invcslmonl j and 3d. Thut Congress may control tho fare ao far r.a to loop" Tho net incorno down l10p.r oent5 3d. WUl,8 rates for trars- wrlaVHiiT)f the tnaila, and of troop, mihtarv , tow...

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 1854

Read the following statement of a Read the following statement of a Wonderful cure of Dyspepsia, by using the Oxygenated Bitters. Portsmouth, N. H., April 15, 1848, MR. WM. R. PRESTON. Ztair Sirfor the In it four yesr 1 have lit fir, a jod, r Well aware, a great surtWer with Dya- Cpaia. Frequently; during that time, I have Sett compelled to quit my business, and eon fins myarlf to the houes; and the disease Had become ao tented.- that I had riven np Alt hop? of ever obtaining any relief. The tnoit aimple food Caus ed g leal distress, accompanied Willi ravers cost ivensst, acid atamacli, fldtulpnro, loss of appetite, .leadarne, ioNntiirhed sleep, frightful lrtris, in hofl, evsrV-ntlendant f suffering rtrodlioed by Dyspepsia. . Every tseciieifle f saw advertised for tliia diseaee, I would fitirch'ts and mak bie of, hoping Is wain aorna relief, hut all without hicci-;' and I had give np in dpair, until Jou strongly recommend arl the Oxygenated Bitters, and it is with a heart full of tt...

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 1854

JJ LULL ..'J.'i.'L-: Cleveland Column. V ALCOTT. W. I10KTON 1 ' AhCOTT fc HORTOJf, Wholetnla JUtuler in Dry Osoda, Millenei and Tank lflla, So. 6T "nperlor Street , ; CLEVELAND, 0. - Aag. 90, S3 6m GOItllAM A APMN, Kfclfl Superior Street, CEVELAND, 0.. StAaVrACTtlBkR or oda Biscuit, Beaten, Bolter, Sugar nd Pio-n Cracker, Fancy eud Plain Cake, Condi, 4c. ' WR0LKSALS XD RETAIL XfXALKRI I) Pry Groeri, Foreign and Domeotic fruit and Fre.ervee, Almenda and Nuta, Willow Wagons andUradlce, fjlotb', Market and Work BatktU, A., Ac. Aag. 30,53.6iii A. 8. U Alt DXER. Import r, aud Wholeaale and Retail Dealer in Croctery, China and Ola it Wart, Argentina and Riltjnnia Ware, Solar and Pine Uil i-,nip, Looking Glasses, Ac, ox., IVo- 18-1 Superior Street (LEVELAVO, OHIO. J. P. UOS9, Proprietor. CLEVELAND, OHIO. Coraar of Superior and Merwiu Street!. An r 90, '53 3m C. T. M 0 R S E. Dealer in Imported and Domeelia Cigar, Tobacco, Pipes, ToWco Boiei, La belt, Ribbon, tacks, Snuff, Fine-Cut Smoking ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 27 January 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL: JOB MIST!, Publisher Proprietor The JneaatL ia published every Friday morn tut Office In Ituckland' Brick founding third tloryi Fremont, Sandusky county, Ohio. TERMS. Bin;! eopv, per year, In advance. $1 50 PeH wUl.la the rear, 300 Tnwa eabeeriher will be charged 9 1 75. The dif ference in thetermebetween the price on paper delivered intown and lbo aent by mail.lsocca ' eljoed bytheelpetiaeefoarrylng. ' I1owto8toi 4 PArm. Firstsee that yon hare paid for It ap to the time ron wiah it to atnpi notify the Poet Matter of yoor desire, andaek him to no lily the pabl ieher, under hi frank ( he ia author ized o do) efyoar wieh to discontinue. RATES OF ADVERTISING. sqaare 1 3 1 i ilea firnt insertion..... $0.10 Do each additiona linaartion 25 ' Da Three month 3 00 Do Bii month 3 50 Do One year 5 00 Two eoaaree Bix month 6 00 Da Ona year 10 00 . ffalfcolnma Oaa year 18 00 f)ne eolama Ona year 30 00 Business Directory. FREMONT JOURNAL JOD PnilVTISO OFFICEl Wi ara now prepared ...

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 1854

The Martyr Hero. Wa mentioned a Jay or two ago tho fact that a titil boy aimed Emanuel l)non, mF fared martyrdom of the hnnds of hit rotfl fos-lar-father (icanH he, persisted lil-tellinjr the truta. ; A credulous publio n-ed fear no pi qua fraud in tbia inslanca, as tha hcls were aatabliabcdby the judicial investigation, which ndi In sentencing the perpetrator of i!ie wins tatoa year imprisonment: A aVrwotifuL, f.ur-humlyd, blue-eyed boy, bout nine years of a;ja was Inken from the Orphan Alnm in Milwaukee, and adopted by a raapactablt farmer of slnrqtiett.a prfia or tf religion find a member of the Baptist persuasion. A girlr a little older than the boy, was also ndoptad into the anme. family. Soon after these ehidran were installed into their- new home, the bay discovered criminal oonduct on the part of hia new mother, which be mentioned l the little girl, and it thereby flame to the vara of the woman-: he indie- aantly denied tho atory, to tlio satisfaction t.1 1 Ler uusbnnd, and ...

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 1854

V. Tiii'i.mT, a liiplilr renectkhl riti ten of nlli.nnr, save that NTABLRIl'ri ANO DY.NE ;UERHY EXPECTORANT entirely curfd him ttf a threaten.! ComuaPTlnl of slit month .landing. Ha hai nine recommended ft to maey ethers, anil it hat in every inst.mce'dWe til ilial could be expected from intdroiiir, Ills a.ed bjr many of Ihe moat periricd yiiyti ciant. If J-ou have Cough, try ill &' adver tisement in another iolumu. J.n. 7, '54. 4t. FREMONT PRICE CURRENT. CORRECTED WEEKLY. Wheal perbuahel.'. ' Flour per barrel. Com per bualiel . .. . Oata per bushel Under nor pound it i.iiai ....... .44 .u......3t ..:.J I--J li 11) . .s. .. 10 oo 4 a S ......I 110 ..-....a 00 .4 5'Jo4 -J PI oo lo.iia 1 01 2.5 : 7s .50 1 '.'3 34 . . ..... v Egpe pot dozen Cheese per pound. .... Lard per pound Sail per bnrrell Ilidoaper pound....... r ial aced par bushel.. Timothy teed perbu.. Clover aued pur bu.... Pork per burrell .v ... . ... Jlama smoked per poun d i!aut per bualiel . . Votatos per bualiel Oni...

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 1854

Cleveland Column. k ALCOTT. B. W. DOHTUII ALCOTT IIOIITO.-V, Wholesale Pealert in Ttrj OHdi, Millenary and YanVe rt.alea, v Wo. ST Superior Street, CLEVELAND, 0. Asg.0, IS 6,n COItHAM A APM.V, 1 Superior Street, CEVELAND, O.. Ved l.ieait, Beaten. Butter, Sugar and Pic-n'as Crakre, Teeey aud Plain Cat ea, Candise, fce. WBOLSSALS AID RSTAII. IJtALtRA IR Pry Greeeri,. Foreign and Domaatic Trnila and Prewervss, Almond and Nuta, Willow Wagons MdCradlee, Clothe', Mark.1 and Work Baskets, o.,A(. Aaf. 30,3S.-ra A. 8. GAIIII.VGK, Inserter, and Whol oaala and Retail D!riu Crotlcery, China and Qlatt Wart, Argentina and Bjitanni Ware, Solar and Pin Oil Lampe, Looking Glasses, Ac, A ., ' 1 81 Superior Street, CLEVELAND, OHIO. J. P. ROSS, Proprietor. CLEVELAND, OHIO. Carnar of Suparior and Merwin Straati. Aag. 10, 'S3 3m C T.MORSE, Daalar in Imported and Domaali Cigara, Tobacco, Pipes, Tobacco Boxes, La bel, Ribbons, tacks, Snuff, Fine-Cm Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, &c, ifcc. Ko 4 Tnion Stre...

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 1854

JOns NlSTIPabiisiier,& Proprietor The Joon-sil published averv Friday morn Ing Offics In Buckland's Brick Building third lory Fremonl,Sanduky county, Ohio. TERMS. , Single eopy, per year, in adratio. f 1 50 fid w-illiin (he ysar, 200 iowiiubcrilierwillbechargedt1 75. The dif ference la tlictarmsbelajeeiilhe priceon paper aii rrrca iii taw n ana I nose asm by mail,isocca ijned by Iheaxpenae ofoarrying. HowtoStoi ipArr.. Fimt.-r-tlielronhare pain rnr it up to the lima you wish It ta atopt notify Ihe Poat Mailerof vnnrri'oaire. andask h ini In nn tify the pnbli.her.underhie frank, (sshei. author- ia to aoj oi your wiah to discontinue. RATES OF ADVERTISING, aquare I3li nea firftt I naertiou . . . . $0 50 25 9 00 3 50 5 00 , 6 00 10 no 18 00 30 00 Do aach additiona linaertion Do Three months Do Six montha Do - Ona year Two squire Six month Do One rear flalfcolnmn Ona year. 0" eelu tnn Ona year. J3ii0int00 Directors. FREMONT JOURNAL j on pniNTixa officii Wears now prepared to execute ...

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 1854

THE TOMB OF WASHINGTON. . For noma time rt a disposition ha! been Miinifest In lb public mind, thnt the Tomb of VASiiiSroK.sunU.t nopryot the lit public ; 'nnd onrly in the present session of Congress a? doruonslrntion wni made, to au thorise 6 the p irt of the government the pur chase of whnt remain! in posses-nun of the first of heroes, first of patriots, and the first j of nrMidpBU. ' . But the effort was in a thin House consigned to "The Tomb of iho Cnpu- j lots" in other word laid upon the table. , Under the Utiles of the House, this is almost inevitably conclusive of its fate ; for it U there (not as in our local legislature) nn excep tion from the general rule, thnt a measure one laid apon the table is agsin tska there from. ' 1 ' A similar effort, with lite abortive result, ai made a year or two skce, as wns then understood, by the concurrent plans of Pres ident Fillmore and Gen. Scott, with iho view of establishing there a home for disabled nnd decayed officers and soldiers...

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 1854

Why is n bonnet with fiulcd lililon like n lamp burning dimly? Ana. It v.iin'8 new trimtninrr. "ROCK ROSE." The rrianr rxaePent medicinal virtue of the pin ill look Maee, ia becimiiiif roiirrnllv mid fi' vornhly known, amm; eminent Flivsrioiitii. , mid toii tha language of Dr. Tyler, of New (Liven the nlnnl hush,,, liv-t rnnrh nenlnrl nd. Mvwrs' Llracl bf Rock Rose Is onn f (lie srifest ami most efTinscion reinettir for llie cure of Scrofula, Suit Jllu'Uin, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint. Ilillims Disease, Canker, Nnrninp Sore Month, Kick Hoad iche and General Dilnlity. The f.n:l llnil Myar' Kxtrnot of ftoi-k llore ill ft cum for tin above tinmril thscvrs, is no fic.lini. as ihoiisiitnls who h.va used it with, succers enn tfslfiv. Ob tain pamphlet of our agents gratis. Sea. ad vertisement. Agent. S. BICKLAND.y. CO.. Fremont; Wholiloti & Rhode. Sandusky (;ily;l) K. Darkness, Clyde; n'ld Irn jrL'iKt" gcrierully nhcra pamphlets &.c, ma he Iih'I grati. KOIIL &. CO., iiorth-eiiel...

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 1854

Cleveland Column. K ALCOTT. W. H0BTOK ALCOTT 4c nOUTO.V, rFWef afa Dealer in ' Xsy OmJi, Millenary and Yank If otlsas, JV. ST Superior Street) CLETELAXD, 0. Asg. 90, SS 6m GOUIIAM A API.IW, So. 18 Superior Street, CEVELAND, 0., ssoracTvass. or fleda Bleealt, fesstea. ftstler, Soger tad Pie-nie Craeksrs, Faoey and Plain Cakee, Candles, Ae. WBOLSSALS 40 RtT.II. DlittRi l Pry Oraaariaa, Forsiga and Domestic Trnila and Freeerves, Almonda and Nata, Willow Wegon aad Cradlea, C lot hat, Markat and Work Bssksts, As., Ae. Asg. 90, S3. 6m A. S. OAR DIVE It Importer, and Wholaaale and Ratail Daalaria Crockery, China and Qlati Wart, Argentina aad Britannia Ware, Solar aad Piaa . . Oil Lamps, Looking Olaaaaa, Sit., A., No. 184 Superior Street. CLEVELAND, OHIO. J. P. ROSS, Proprietor. CLEVELAND, OHIO. Corasrof Bapsrior aid Mtrwia Btrssts. Aag. 90, '53. 3m C. T. MORSE. Dsalsrin Imported and Oomaatio Cigara, Tobacco, Pipes, Tobacco Boxes, La bale, Ribbons, lack, Snuff, Fine-Cut Smoking and Chewing ...

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 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL: JOHN MASTIX, PnMishcr, & Proprietor The Jooaanl. is published everv Friday morn Inf Office In Iltir.kland'e Brick building third lor j-1 Fremont, Sandusky county, Ohio. TERMS, fiingle eopv, per rear, In advance, $1 30 Paid within the year, 900 Town aubserihere will be charged $1 75. Tliedif- Terence in llietermehetweeuthe priceon papers delirered intewn and those aent by mail.isocca- abned hy theaxnense ofcnrryliig. flow to Stop Psrra. First seethat yon have f aid for II np to the time von wish It to atop: not'ily the Foil Master of ymirdesire, and ask him to no tify the pabliaher,nnder hie frank, (aa he ia author (ltd Is do) of your wish to diacontinue. RATES OF ADVERTISING. I tie tquare 1 3 tinea first inaertion. .. Do each additiona liaarrtion Do Three months Do Six months Do One year.. Two squares Six inonlhe do uue year I lalf coin mil One year. ne column Ooe year 1 0.1(1 as son 3 50 5 00 6 00 10 00 18 00 30 00 Dimness Director!. FREMONT JOURNAL JOB PUINTIM...

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 February 1854

" Farmers read the following, in J prac-ii t lie miggcsiion. The New Crop. The jnducr mr-nt JyJjL'j J1 fyjer9 to flattering than l .the ptesent iin;o. Wheat Is higher ibit diy limn known fur n long time in New York, and so of nil other grains. And those large pricct nre not entirely I lie result f speculation, bnscd upon European war news. Independent of ilio war demand, tbora it tcareiir of breadstuff abroad, which In already drawn off the surplus of our crop, until tho price is affected by the natural law of demand and supply. Tho supply Wing become exhausted, and tho great American m t ft w in ft mimBitFA fitTtniiiul. ilia world r.lli u'non the farmers to re-till it. There i ' .i i r i...: i. ,t.. f... !..., one, which will prevent price from receding below the paying point for several jeara to come, and that is tor tho immense numbers of band employed in building railroads. Theso works cannot be tudJetitly stopped no matter what tho pressure may be upon the money or grain market...

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 1854

li.irJ ami stvnJy drinker, wliit.li wi8'oo:t ong. ly confirmitil by tlio mines of his own ftice nnd tho puli'iH'ss nf hit wifu'r. 8Iic, poor tiling, tttttn otit with slinma ant nnguisli, fa ded Hit ay ni liis linljits became morn brnstly, find car) died of a broken heart Often did lie prunitsc refnrmntion (o liei, even tnkinp tlio m mi nolc-nin oallis, but nothing availed to break tho power of nppetite. On ber dentil bed, the culled liim to I cr lido nnd pointinp t'i her little dnnhter bi-aniijhl him with all the eloquence of n mother to break wy from hia evil course. Overcame by her tears, lie olumnly swore Hint he would never drink nit'tin unless he receivod the cup f.om her hand. Cnlmed to some degree, by such a promise, she died. The corpso luy in the house waiting its buriul. Thi besotte 1 hus band, diiven by the gnawing feind will-in, on the second day after the deutli, took his bot tle to the store nid having filed it, returned to his own house, nnd diking a tumbler, poured o...

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 1854

Cleveland Column. k ALCOTT. B. W. HOHTOM ALCOTT At IIOIITOX, -J. Wholesale Dealer t in Day Goods, Millenary and Yank Notions, K9. ttT Superior Ptrect, . : CLEVELAND, 0. Aag. 90, 53 -6.n GOH1IAM Ac API.IX, Va. 16 Superior Street. CEVELAND, O., ausitrACTuaras or Soda Disc!!, Be. ton, Butter, Sugar (nil Pic-nic Cracker, Fancy and Plain Cakee, Catidiee, Jkc WHOLES At.. AND KKTAIf. UEALKRt IK Pry Groceris, Foreign find Domestic Frnil and Preserves, Almond and Nuts, Willow Wagons andCradlee, Clothe', Market and Work Baskets. ae.a Ac. Aug. 90, 53. 6m A. 8. OAKDVER. Importer, and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in . Crockery, China and Glass Ware, Argentina and Bjitannia War, Solar and Pint Oil Lamp, Looking Ules.es. Ac, Ac, No 1!4 Superior Street, f LEVELAM), OHIO. J. P. ItOSS, Proprietor. CLEVELAND, OHIO. Corner of Superior and Merwin Street. Aof . 90, '53 3m C. T. MORSE. Dealer in Imported and Doroeelio Clget-. Tobacco, Pipes, Tobacco Boxes, La- . bI,Kibbon,tacks,Snuff, Fine-Cut . Smokinff a...

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