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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 June 1854

;; FREMONT JOURNAL: .J.John mastin a isaac m. keeler, um.j ln1llIiort nnd Proprietor : ThoJoeamr. Is published everv TVIdy mnm Ing Office lu Duckland'a Brick llnilding third torjr Fremont, Sandusky comity, Ohio. . r,'' ,-. - . TERMS. :r .. f Singteenpy, per year, in ndvanc. .... $1 J" ' Faid tritltln the 9 00 Town nbcrireriwitlbeelirrr) rjl 75. Thedif , feranee in thetermshetweeu the price on paper ' delirered iniown andthose eent by inail.iaocca .I.al.jnd by thexpene foarrylng. . UowtoStu PArmt. firslseelhat yon have V paid for II np to the time yon wish It In atop; notify the Poet Masterof toorri''i.'eire, an Jak him to no tify the nbliher,oii(lrr hie frank, (ae he ii author zed to do) of your wish to discontinue. - ; RATES OF ADVERTISING. t r 'O r-' . ,-,,'ne iquare 13lines firal Insertion. ....$0 5(1 "': D each addition linaertion. ...... 25 Do Three month..... 2 00 ir-. Do 8i month 3 .W ; , Do One year.... 5 00 I"wo square. Six mouths. ....... (i 00 Do One rear 10 00 Halfeolnmn...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 June 1854

2 .! all neee.ry rJr or order, for eer- r ning nI determining, well the deecript-1 ?oo an j quantity of the prt or parts, of the lot or lots, proposed bjr the petition to lie cur ror.dered and purohased aforesaid, at the Talus anJ prion thereof, and the mm to lie fail therefor, according to the term fixed by this net, end tlie act to which this it supple-( roentary, arid raayalso proceed to examine,' hear, consider and ndjist by all. and any rroppar and necessity order or decreet, aa cording to the principle of law and equity, ny doubt, ttneeriainty, or imperfection of title or right, which may be -preaenlcd, or rite to the mutter or the petition, and the ri;ht or right, of the petitioner, to aurren ivt and purer) Me the premise to proposed to that end, by the betitioner; nod the Said aonrt, on being atis6ed of the right and tit le of the petitioner, a assignee, or owner, in and to the premise so proposed to be surrender ed and purchased, or having abjeted and set tled the esrae, by...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 June 1854

Congressional. " 8w at . Mi". Albums offered a resolution to the propriety of giving a pension to wid ow and children of James Batuhelder. Mr. Sumner objected to its consideration and it Witt laid over. Joint resolution for a finnl adjournment of both Houses on tLe Sd of July was taken up nd debated. Senator Dawson proposed that ft recess be tkcn from 3d of July till 3 J of October. '. . Mr. Gwinn agreed to th proposition. Mr. Clayton briefly advocated it. i Mr. Petit, of litdinnn, opposed it, and moved to postone tlie resnltitinn. The new Spnnif.li Minister will be introdu ced to the President to morrow, tie and Secrelnry Marcy had nn interview yesterday. ' Secretary Guthrie lias agreed to sent "000 to the Colluctor at ilia port af Richmond. Va , to aid in enrr vincr out the small note'l ' law. AnuorasKi proip-ii is in preparnuim oj Mr. Campdull of OliU It is belfrved it will be ' aizried by nearly 100 Representatives. House; On motion of Mr. Pendleton, of saiw Jersey tno committee...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 June 1854

. AXE It ' S i SPILLS. i " ' : TOE- A.U TKB PU2P03ES OF A FAMILY PHYSIC. Tfrnmt Ion Masted ft pflMfo demand for a tTectiva pnrntiv pill which could be relrea on a aura aM pwt.'Pl.y aafo in il operation. Thia has hp.r prejmrd to meet tliut do maud, and an e&tcn v trial oi it virtue nn conclusively mown wnr os nn wnriusneiy Biinwn inin mplishim the pnrpoM doajiprnM. i physical piw, hut not anay to m--o,. which flhouid hava V.-I.nt iia it BMnmr It H a;uT to make a trt&k the bct of nil i4h nona of the ejection, but all the adrflntneua. of -v arftry othrT. 1 bis haa befn attempted hero, and with trb:.t auccoaa we would Trapecliully submit to puMie decision. It ban been unfortunnte frf the nntiont hitherto that Almost arory purftativa .Kedicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow j .a. Thin in not. M.iny of them produce 0 much jrnp.njr prun and reruLtiou in th system b to mora than counter balance the good to be derived-from tnerrt. 1 hene frtll produce no irritation or pain,...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 June 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL: JOHN MASTIN & ISAAC M. KEELER, Publishers and Proprietors. Office In Backland's Brick Divilding thlK) lory; Fremont, Sandusky county, Ohio. ' TERMS. Binjrle copy, per year, la advanes. $t 30 Paid within the year, 900 Town-subscribers wll' be chafjed SJtl 75. The dif ference in thr-ttrrHsbstweenlhe price on paper delivered in town andthoie eenl by mail, ia decs aljttHtl bylheexpeneeofcerryinf. . HowtoStof aPapk. Pirststelhalyonhave tiaid for it np to the time you wiali it to atop; notify h Pt Master of your dotire, and ask him to no IrV the ptlbllcher.niifJer lila frank, (as heis author ted to do) of your wiah to diacontinu. RATES OF ADVERTISING. square Otinee firal inaertion $050 I)o each additionn linarrlion 35 Vpo Three month 9 00 l)o Six months.. 3 50 Do One year..ii .. i. 5 00 wo aquaree Six months.. ..; I .. i. ..... . 6 00 r T)o Otis year i ............ 10 00 Jlalfcolnhin One year 18 00 tjne column One year 30 00 Cnsiitfsa Directory. PRE .11 0 ' T JOURNAL ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 June 1854

l'V?. lie fame twenty-fire cents; for marrying and " risking return, one dollar end fifty Miili; for . Inking and certifying prool of any account or tlaitn sgint (lie estate of testators or in- testates, fifteen eents; for each procet required . by Jaw, nut herein named, twenty-five cents; for every writing or reoord, not being provi ; ded for, ten eents per hundred word. - Sao, 2. That all constable in thi Stale - duly elected no J qualified, hull, fr services . rendered as herein sperified, ba entitled to receive ihe following feet to-wit: Fur service !nil rotnrn of capiita, order.of arrest, warrant, - attachment, garnishee, writ of replevin, or ., minimus, twenty five cent each; for each : pron named in I lie writ, service and return of summons, fifteen cent: for each person ' named in the writ, service and return of nbpoBTa. fifteen cents for one. person; for .. aer ice on ennhaUdikion.nl persm mm I in , uboena, ten cents; for service of execution" on goods or body, twenty-five ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 June 1854

t3T It fi aaid that Malt F. Ward, viailed Louisville A U'M Any since, and immediately on lit becoming known lliat lie was In tlie ci ty, public meeting was called, and crcite ment ran so liijrli Hint he left as hastily ond secretly as possible. JtSTTlie ci'y authorities of Milwaukee have passed nn ordinance authorizing tlio issue oi city bonds t-j the amount cf 1(100,000 for (lit purpose of completing their, harbor improve ments nml the dredging of the rivrr. XSTTbe National flood from Sjjrin.ifficlJ lo Bridgppmt, tins been litnscd to Joseph Ciioji r, of Hamilton County, fur the term of ten years, for SO, SO I per yen r. 3T Father Mit'iew, the grunt nppostlu nl temperance, in Ireland hns Ind an tlur severe altai'lt of pnly. His physicians advise l,im to take a trip to the islmJ of M uleiia. lit trtitennil circiinstaticcs nlonu prevent him from going. - The Reign of Art. In thi won lerfal ae. Art lays her mas ter touchsiiit aim ist every tiling. The ceiling over us and the caip'.t we...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 June 1854

ITER'S PILLS. - roa in tbx frarosM or FAMILY: PHYSIC. Trek hu long existed a public demand for an flectiv pirgativ pill which could be relied on or and perfectly safe in it operation. This hu been prepared to meet that demand, and an eaten ir trial of its virtues haa eo-irlnsively ahown with what suecee it accomplish the pnrpow designed. It t eaey to make a physical pill, but not easy to Make tha beat of all plk one which should have none of tha objections, but all tha advantage, of vary other. T hi haa been attempted hero, and with what ancceaa wa would respectfully aubmit to (ho public decision. It haa been unfortunate for tha patient hitherto that almoat every pnrgativa medicine ia acrimonious and irritating to tho bow. I. Thia ia not. Many of them produce ao much rripiitg pain and revulsion in the system aa to mora than oOHnterbalnnee tha Rood to oe derived ft-oaa them. Theaa pill produce no irriution or pain, nlee it aria front a previously exiatin obatruc turn or derangement i...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 June 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL: JOHIT MASTIN As ISAAC M. KEELER, 1'iiblislicrs nnd Proprietor. Th JounKAL i published everv Friday morn ing Office In IJnckland'a Brick Biiilding third loryj Fremont, Bandueky couiilv.Ohio. T E STm sT Ringieeopy, per year, In advance, $1 f0 Paid within the year, ' 11 SI0 Town subscribers will be charged I. 1 75. The dif ference i it tho terms between the price on paier doli'errdintowii andthnse sent by inuil, is occa sioned by tlieepense ofcarrying. How to Stop a Taphr. first seethel yon have paid Cor It np to the time yon wish it to stop; nntify the Post Master of yottrdusire, and auk him to no tify the puhliiher,uiidvr bia frank, (in he it author ted to do) of your wish to discontinue. ... RATES OF ADVERTISING. :rie square 13 lines first insertion. . . Do each additions liaserlion Do Three months Do - ' Six months Do One year Two squares Six mouths Do One year Hulfcotmnii One year rjite column One year. .ftosn ,. 25 , 9 on . 3 5ft ,. s no .. 6nn ,. in on ,. is nn ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 June 1854

LAWS OF OHIO. [PUBLISHED OFFICIALLY.] [90] AN ACT, Jupprementary to tbe act "an ol defining the jurisdiction end regulating the pmolioe of Probata Courts," passed March 14, 1853, and to amend eaid aot See. 1. Be it enaoted by the General As semblv of the State of Ohio, That the aecond aeotion cf the act entitled "an aet defining the jurisdiction and regulating the practioe of Probate Courts," pasted March 14, 1853. be amended eo ee to read as follows: Sue. 2. The Probate Court shall bnve exclusive juris diction, except as hereinafter provided." First. To take the proof of wills, and to admit to record authenticated copies of wills executed, proved and allowed in the courts of any other state, territory or country. Second. To erant and revoke letters testamentary, and of administration. Third. To direct and eontrol the conduct, and to settle the accounts of executors and administrators, and to order the distribution of estates. Fourth. To appoint and remove guard lane to direct and c...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 June 1854

Congressional. WASHINGTON, June 13. 8f SATi. Senator Fish, of N. Y.r present ed a remonstrance of the Chamber of Com merce of New York city, Bgiinst Hie bill, changing the law respecting the Assessory office. Senator Houston submitted a resolution in favor of the Bonnie hereafter mooting at 1 J A.. M. Snnator Gwin also presented similnr resolution. Senate refused lo consider them. Senate then took up the President's veto on Insane Land bill: Senator Cass proceed ed to address the 3ennte. Housk. On motion of Mr. McDougal. of Cal., the further consideration of Pacilio Ft. R. bill was posted to the second Mondy in Dec. next. House then took np Mr. GidJens' resolution in favor of expelling Judge Nicholson, of the Union newspaper, from his customary priv ilege on the fluor. Motion to lay the resolu tion on table was carried. The House agreed upon resolution fixing August for the adjournment of Congress. From Mexico. NEW ORLEANS, June 13. Dates from the city of Mexico to the 5th liave bee...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 June 1854

Mth or affirmation, faithfully to discharge, lt) dutiii of bit offioa, and giv loDd to the State of Ohks in tht mm of tea thousand dollars, with two good and sufficient freehold securi ties, to be approTed by (be directors, condi tioned for the faithful performance of the several duties which are hereby, or which mar from time to time be required of him by law; which said bond shall be deposited With the Treasurer of Stale. The Warden by and with the adviee consent of tfae directors, hall have power to appoint a deputy, clerk and such number of assistant keepers as the directors mar deem necessary, all of whom hall take An oatb or affirmation, ftiithfullr to discharge their duties, and p-ive bonds to the 6tate of Ohio; the clerk and deputy warden in the sum of two thousand dollars each, and the assistant keepers in the sum of five liun dred dollars each, with security, to be sp proved by the directors, which bonds sbull be deposited with the Treasurer of State. All the above officer...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 June 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL: JOHN AUSTIN & isAACM. KEELER, Publishers Riul Proprietor. Th JOURNM. in published e"ry Friday morning. OFFICE in Backlnnd's Block lliird story; Fremont, Sandusky County, O. TKRMS. Ons copy, per ycnr, in advance, by mail $1,55 P.iid within tho year, 9.01 After tli expiration of th yenr, 3 51 Town snusi-rili-rs, will be rliareed f in . .1 .... t U . ,!i J'.,. ..... I., ll,aiA.m. ), .... ... the price on pers delivrred in town and those nt by mnil, is occasioned by the ex pense of carrying . HOW TO STOP A PAPER. First see thai you have puid for II np lo (lie time you winh it to stop; nnlify the Pout Mas ter of your desire, and ask him to Inform the publisher, nnde r his frank (as lie is authorized to do) of your w ih to discontinue. ID No p.ipor disci, iitiiined until all arrearn- f ci are paid, except at the option of the pub ishers. T HATKS OF AnVKRTISISO. One square 13 lines first insertion, $1 51 Ho e rli additional insertion., 25 do Three iniiiths, 3.0) do , S...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 June 1854

Cuba and the House. : A few daft ago we tns.de a few remarks relative to the effect the anncintion of Cu ba would hove upon iho Sennts of the United Slates. Let at consider whet would be its result on the House. The South luve now 90 members in the lower House. Sixty-seven thousand of the people of the Southern Slates have a Representative. It takes one hundred and five thousand people of the North to send one. We now take the estimnte of the populutiun for the year 18f 4. Thus we perceive a citizen of a free Slate has two-thirds us much politi cal power as the citizen of a Sltive State. Each Northern roan ia but twotl.irds of a man. The Southern States havo now twenty-three more members than they are entitled to, on principles of pure juslicc.nnd pate republicanism. These twenty-three men represent nothing, reprcs' nt nobody. The constitutional provision that allows five laves to be counted as three freemen, was concession, a boon, a gift, a compromise a concession that would nit b...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 June 1854

EXHIBIT, OF the Receipts and Expenditure nf Ren. duskr County, from Jan 1 1853, Jane 1, 1H64: COUNTY FUNDS RF.CF.IPT3. Amount collected on the duplicate ol 1C53 including delinquencies of ISiJ, $G6l3 4l5 Amount received fiom all oilier source, Total receipla, EXPENDITURES. 9611 43 $9 ','9 30 Paid petit jurors. sin nc C.i rand Jurora, 102 65 '.luetic, !i 07 Sheriff., S5S U Cnsntablel, 190 65 Witnesses, 815 13 rosecuiing Attorneys, UH3 31 Lawyer", 154 Connly Clerk, 'JliS 71 Probate Judge, ' 101 50 Coroner, . IS Coroner' jurors, 32 Jackson Beery, Jailor, 36 1C M. D. Williaina, d 105 40 John Hull, do 71 7ri Viewing and Hurraying roada, 74 , Orion & Dickinson, Printing Lswsc. 773 97 J, W. Booth, do H4 97 'J 0I1 1! Muslin, do 41 x'5 -District Asseators, !H6 .Township, do 119 75 Jlnard of Equalization, 76 Elections, 167 30 Auditor's Fees, Ac, 2026 ID Agricultural Society, 20) County School Examiners, 91 Township Treasurers at-t I lenient, 19 Hooka and Stationery, 3H5 77 Tax refunded to...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 June 1854

d and until hit iucossor it elected and . qniilid, nnd the clerk of said court stial I ' b lectad on the first Moml.ty in April in trery three year, under the same rules rid regulationt by which other municipal officers are elected. He ahull beforo enter ing upon the dutiet of hit office, take nn oath to support the constitution of the United States, and of the Stnto of Ohio, and faithfully, diligently, and impartially to dis charge the duties of his office, nnd he shnll ' ' execute bonds with sufficient surety to the city, and to the county commissioners of ' the county in which such court is situated, io tuch turn as the city council of such ciiy, and the county commissioners of such county shall prescribe, conditioned for the ' faithful discharge the duties of his office. lie shall receive for his service in city cases, a fixed salary or compensation, to tye cil, and for State cases prosecuted in said court, suoh further allowance not to exceed tight hundred dollars as the county...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 June 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL: JOHN MASTiN ISAAU M. KEEMOR, ( Publishers mid Proprietors 1 The JOURNf, la puhlished everv Friday morning. OFFICE in DueklniiJ'i Block third itoryi . Fremont, Snnduaky County, O. TEHMS. One copy, per year, in advance, by mail $1,50 Paid within the year, 3.0!) After the expiration of the yenr, 5 (JO Town lubaeriuera, will be charged $1,75, in advance, thedillerence in Die term helwem the price on pnpers delivrrcd in town and thoae nl by mail, ie occasioned by the ex- pensn of earning. HOW TO STOP A IMPER. First se that you have paid for it np In the time you wish it to amp; notify the Post Mat ter of yuur desire, and ask hi en to inform the publisher, unde r hie frank, (ne hp la aulhoriled to di) of your w iih to discontinue. ID Ni psper dieontiniied until all arrenra (faj are paid, except at the optioa of the pub lisher!. , , ,., RATES OF ADVBUTI8ISO. ... One e u are 13 lines first insertion, ' do . etch additional insertion, .. do . Three months, do fix mnulhe, do ...

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 June 1854

have no good and sufficient reMon for not complying with th provision of ibis acl, Mid auditor (hall at one giv notice to said parenta, guardian or guardians, specifying wbat amount of money, or wbat clothing ia reauired. as the caee mar be, for taid pu pil or pupila; and if aaid money or clothing la DOI uppnea wiium a rMwimwo uujv tba Superintendent shall proceed to clothe aid pupils and shall so notify aaid Auditor, who aball proceed to collect the amount of expense so incurred, aa other debts are collected, and shall pay tba earns orer to aid Superintendent, who shall account to the State tor it, as other funds coming into his hands are accounted for. Sec S. That so much of section one of an act, passed March 8, 1854, further to a mend an act entitled "an act to establish an Asylum for the education of the Deaf and Dumb persona, end for repealing all laws heretofore passed on that subject, as con flict with the provisions of this act, be and F. C. LE BLOND, Speaker the House of R...

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 June 1854

Fillibusterous. Tli Spanish Consul in New Orleans hat got poaseaslon of the following proclama tion: . TO Tttt PlOWKtRS Ot tftBKRTTI Volunteer Office, South Western Division. Nw Orlraxs, 18S4. Brothum The glorious day is about to rlawnt The maiden of the eagle plume ia about to greet you. That has been so long under despotic rule, is now ready for redem ption 1 The voice of Liberty that was rais ed upon the mountain lops, has roused the lovera of Republicanism from their lethar gy and they now await your patriotic aid. On the reception of this dispatch, you will be in readiness to march at the short est notice, if our Gorernment requires your ervicea. The blood of the martyred cries from (he grave, "revenge I revenge I revenge 1" The fruit is ripe and ready to pluckl Re member The legacy our fathers left, Dy freedom motioned, till Is ours; Nor hall thai noble lr be reft, Till r branch la tressed in nowero. God and the elevation of People Iv order of the Commander-in-Chief of B the 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. — 30 June 1854

Intoxicated Monkey. Jack at l was called, seeing Iii twister nd tout companion drink, with I bote imititire power for which )iia Bpe6;ss is rernrlisblc,.fin3inrr half a, gliiss ofwtii-ly left, took it iip ftnd drunk 1t off. 'It flq Of course, to Ilia lu'sd. , Amu! their rmirs of lauRliler, he begun to (kip, hop, find dunce, Jack wm" drunk, Next day when they went, with the intention of repenting Hie fun, to tnke the poor mon.e.y. Crura his lox,' Le wee not to be seen. Looking inside, there he Iny, crouched in a corner, "Come out," Slid his mnste.r. Afr.tU to disobey, lie came walking on three lrgs llni fore' pw wns irtij on h'.s .foruht.'iiJ, Buying, as plain nt words eoold do, thnt his hud a hend nclio. Hawing Ml him some, days to pot well, and resume hia fruity, ihcy at length carried (lira off to, the oi l sceno of revel. On entering he eyed the glnsses with mani fest terror, sknlkinj; behind the chairs; end on his master ordering him to drink, ke bolted, and he was on the house ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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