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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 July 1854

v FREMONT JOURNAL; JOHN MA8TIN & I9AAC M. KEELER, , Pabliahera nad Proprietor!. ' Taa JOURJI AT. Ii pohllshad every rrldsy morninff. OFFICE in Buokland'a Block third story) Fremont, Sandusky County, O. TERMS. Ob eony, per ye art in advance) by mail ! ,80 Paid within the yaar, 9,0!) Aflar tha expiration of tha year, 9 59 Town aubaeflbara, will bo charred f 1,75. In , advance, thedifrarsnas in the terma between ' th price on papers delivrred In town and i those sent by mail, is ooeaaloned by the ex penaa of carding. ( HOW TO STOP A PAPER. - First aeo that you hare paid for it np In the lima yon with It to atop; notify the Pool M ea ter or yuor deaire, and auk him to inform the pnbliaher, tnder hie frank, (aa he la anthoriied to d') of yonr wih to diseonllna. (CT No paper diaaonlinued until all arreara- fea are paid, except at the option of the pub ishsrs. ; , j IATES OP ADVERTISIWO. One aqnara 13 linea firat inaertion, f 3 51 do ' 1 each additional Insertion, SS iia Three monlha, ...

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 July 1854

Arrival of the Europa. Produce Arrival of the Europa. Produce Advanced Slightly. NEW YORK, June 30. The Steamer Europa, with three days Inter new from Europe, arrived t six o'clock this evening. , ; f he Liverpoll Cotton market doting at tb decline of 1-16 for the week. Sales 44,840 bales. Flour advanoed le. Wheat 2d. Corn dull at previous prices. Lard nominal fit 44. Tallow leu active. Butter and Cheese jo request Accounts from Viennn Blale that it is not doubled tbat Russia had rejeoted the Aus trian aummons. The conference between the Emperor nd the King of Russia has resulted satis factorily to ike Allied Powers. Prussia will send an envoy to St. Peters burgh to support the summons already dis Batched thither br Austria. Silistria still holds out. No Important battle has been fought oa the Danube. "" The Russians have retired upon Jassy. It has been decided that 70,000 men hall go to Varna and 40,000 to Sevasto pool. ' The report that the Turkish Comman der at Silistria had been...

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 July 1854

Horrible Affair at Cincinnati. 'At announoed by tcletrrnph yesterdiiy, Mr. J. II. Allison, Superintendent of (lie Murine Ilmpitni, in Cincinnati, was horribly murdered by the explosion of an "inferno! machine," which Come in a box to th Hos pital as if it were a present to the Superin tendent. - The particulars, as they Dow come to hand, are ns follows; "About ten o'clock Monday night Mr. Allison and his wife were seated in their room and concluded to open the box and ex amine its contents the cousequence of which was (lie explosion of a bomb shell thft iron of which from appearance must have been of an inch in thickness and heavily chnrf J with powder. The noise of the explo sion was heard a distance of five squares. The neighbors discovered the Hospital to be on fire the alarm was raised and by the aid of a few buckets of water tho fire was extin guished. In the room Mr. and Mrs. Allison were 'found bloeding and groaning. Mr. A.'a bowels are torn out and his legs liter ally Crushe...

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 July 1854

LAWS OF OHIO. LAWS OF OHIO. [PUBLISHED OFFICIALLY.] [91.] AN ACT Toamand Ihi "act to ra-organia Benev- olent Institution of (be Stat of Ohio," puitd Aprill 28th, 1888. end to repeal ection aeven of aaid act Seo,. 1. , Ba it enacted by the General Auembly of the Slate of Ohio, That amo tion aeren of the "act to re-organise the Benevolent ioatitntionaof the State of Ohio," paaaed April 38, 1852, be amended ao ai to read ai follows: Seo. 7., All accounts for claim ngninat aaid Institution!, for aalariea, previous cloth ing, medicines, repairs, building, fuel and other expenses; shall be certified bjr the superintendent of the institution against which such claim exiata, endorsed on the back thereof "approved," by at least one of the committee ad interim, and present to the Auditor of State, who aball examine and adjust the same, and if found correct, the Auditor ahall issue bills, payable at the State Treasury, for tho sums which ahall be found due, specifying in each bill the date of ...

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 July 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL: JOHN MAST1N & ISAAC M. KEELI.R, Publisher and Proprietors. The JOURS th it published every Fridny inirninr. OKI'ICE in Ducklnnrl's Mock tliird story- Fremont, Sandusky County, O. TKRM. On copy, per year, in advance, by mail f !,S0 PaiJ within the year, 3,00 After (he expiration of the year, a M Town ubsi-rilx-m, wilt be charged $1,75, in advance, the difference in the terme b-lwe-n Hie price on pera delivrred in town and those sent by mail, ii occasioned by (he ex pense of earn i n; . HOW TO BTOP A PAPER. First aee that you have paid for it np to the time yon wish it to slop; notify the Post Mas ter of your desire, and ask him to Inform the publisher, under his frank, (as hf if authorixed to do) of your whh to discontinue. U No piper discontinued until all arreera pes are paid, except at the option of the pub lishers. ItATSS Ot ADVKRTIStNa. One square 13 lines first insertion, $1 51 do each addition! insertion, 25 do Three months, 3.ni do Six months, 3,5'1 do On...

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 July 1854

FOREIGN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE AMERICA. Ths papers announce that on tlie 1 7th lilt. Paskiewitch had received order from St Petersburg, lo retire beyond Ihu Priith. Paris Monitexir Announce that on the 13th of June the Turks made a iremedous sortie from Silistria and attacked ths Rusians with ereat furr. General Sc.heidcrs received wound that rendered amputation of the left leg necessary. Prince Oortcbnkoir re- received a severe contUB'.ion. The Russians bad sprung three mines before Silistria with out damage, and w re prepared to mount the expected breach when they were attack ed on three sides by the Turks. A fear ful slaughter ensued, and the Russians fl-d. A Turkish brigade from Shumla suc ceeded in entering Siliatria on tho 13th The Russian were employed removing the dead on the 14th and 15th. Three Russian general were wounded.; The garrison of Rutschuck went over to tho island of Mokan and destroyed all tbe Rus sian work there. Gen. Oroenhielm' division is said to hare defeated...

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 July 1854

Auctioneering. Ma. Editor: To yivu your renders nn IJed of tho Sum Slick style of atioiionecrinn; on tlin PuciPic, I bo ml you slip from the Sun Francisco News containing nn effusion from a Crtlifornin Auctioneer: Jakk. "Ladies nnj pcntlomen, I now have the honor of putting up a line pocket handker chief ; a vhtiI wide, ii yard long, And ftlmnut A vnrd thick; one halt notion. And t'ulhf-r hnlf cotton, ton; beautifully printed with ' stars And stripes on one side, urn! tho' stripes and stars on t'other. It will wipe' dust from tho eyes so completely as to be; tha death to demagogues, and ranke politics as ha I a business ss printing papers, its great Innth, breadth and thickness, 'ogeth er with its durk color, will enahle it to hide dirt, and never need washing, doing at one dolUr? seventy-five cents? fifty cents? twenty-five cents? one bit? Nobody wnnts it! Oh! tlinnk you, sir! "Next, gentleman -or the ladies won't be permitted to bid on this article is a Teal, simon-pure, tempered,...

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 July 1854

For bedstead beds, bedding, cbairs, ta ble table wore, kitchen utensils, and ftU ries uf ptmiciant, and attendants and fur medicine instrument, provision, fuel and labor, the aum of twenty-two thousand dol lar each for the lunatic asylum at Dajlon and Newburgli. For tha payment of Robert Neil for th rent of rooroa for the House of Represent atires.nine hundred dollars. For provision, household eipcnses, cloth ing, fuel, labor, (errant and contingent ex penses, of th asylum for tha deaf and dumb, eight thousand dollars. For the ailarie of the Superintcndtn, matron, physicihn, teacher and steward of th asylum tor the Mind, six thousand dol lars. For tha salaries and expense of artisans tna ass stant of tbe asylum for the blind, four thousand dollar. For clothing, provisions, furniture, labor, arrant, stationery, materials for work shops, contingences for asylum for the blind, two thousand dollar. For repairs, book, musical instrument and stationery for the asylum for the blind, two th...

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 July 1854

FREMONT 'JOURNAL: JOHN MA3TIN A. ISAAC M. KEElIr, Publishers and I'roprletori. ' I ..... , , r'l ' The JOURNAL la puhtiehed every Friday morning. OFFICE in Ducklanrl'i Block third tor y Fremont, Sandusky Coonty , O. . '.. .' -'-TERMS. -.., . On copy, per year, in adranoe, by mail ,l,50 Paid within the year, ' ' ,-... g,o0 After the expiration of the year, 2 60 Town subscribers, will be charged f 1,75, In advance, the difference in the tarmi between ; tha price ou papera delivrrad in town and thoaa sent by mail, ia occasioned by the ex pense of Carrying. '. HOW TO STOP A PAPER. ..' . Firalsaathal you have paid for it op to tha time you wiah it to atop; notify the Poet Mau ler of your deaire, and ask him to inform the publiaher, under Ilia frank, (ae he ia authorized is do) of your wiah to discontinue. 07 No paper discontinued anlil all erreara- ffaa are paid, except at tha option of the pub itheri. . ' v-f ' - Ona sqaare 13 linea firat Inaortlon, , f !).5ft do each additional inserti...

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 July 1854

From the Cincinnati Commercial. State Anti-Nebraska Meeting. COLUMBUS, Thursday, July 13th. . The numbsra and character of iba Con vention exceed all calculation perbapa be cause an coinfluential gathering wai ex pected. Tba delegate met M 10 A. M, id the large hall of the new Market House, Kkin tha nut 8th of January Democratic State Convention! have been held for sev eral years, but not mora than half the peo ple assembled could gain admittance. In the midst of intolerable confusion, a motion was made from one of the windowa that the meeting adjourn to the larger room of Neil's new hall, which was carried out by a general llegira through the dustiest of streets. Arrived at Neil's new hall, about three-fourths of the people, including all of the delegates to the Convention, obtained sitting or standing, room. ; The faces of tbe uncomfortably parked audience told tbe experienced observer tbst there was a new phase in the Anti-Slavery movement in America No longer an assemblage of le...

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 July 1854

The Black and White Douglas. Several of the newspapers of the Middle nod Southern 8tte ire working them aelves into fearful passion and giving vent to ill sorts of linguistic enormities, upon the hypothesis that Fked. Douqlas ia about to b elected to Congress, in the place of liiRtuT iMiiTH, whose resignation take ef fect at the close of the present session. Tliia business of borrowing trouble, for the sake n( getting up an indignation and put ting the world in fume, is a very ooromon practice with politicans and party journals now a-dnys; and we are able, in this case, to enjoy all the eloquence to which so dark transaction milil be excepted to give birth, be for the Black Douglas is even put is nomination. Whether he will consent to allow his no me to be used whether the people of his district will consent to use it and, more than all, whether, if nominated, he can be elected, tins to be ascertaired ; and yet the bare mention of the postibility that he may bang up bis hat as a mem...

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 July 1854

MIAMI AND ERIE CANAL—MIDDLE DIVISION. For repairs, includirtg labor, th payment of lock tenders, drawbridges, tendsrs, ma terials, tools,' and the payment of the sal aries of super'mtcudenU, twenty titc-usaou dollars. .,.....,(- .' ' - ' For rebuilding loots Bomber thirty-one and thirty-two, of rood eight thousand dol lars. ' ' ' . ' '. "' For rebuilding aqueduct across little Auglaize, ten thousand dollars. For rebuilding aqueduct across Jennings Creek, with stone abutments, seven thous and five hundred dollars. For rebuilding aqueduct at Little Flat Rook, se von thousand dollars. ) ' 5 For , rebuilding small culvert near , Ton -nififfs, one thousand. .. two hundred dullard. lor reparing locks at Lockport, and new gates, three thousand dollars. , . , For the purohase of land, five hundred dollars. ' . ' i -1 ' - ' I For the payment ' of engineers, salaries, apeo'inl-' superintendents, attorneys' fees, witnesses leas, and incidental expenses two thousand uv i hundred dollars.- .... ...

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 July 1854

FREMONT JOUIINAL: JOHN MA8TIN &. ISAACM. K EF.LF.R, Publishers and Proprietor. The JOURNAL ' puhlished every Friday morning. OFFICE in BucklnrnT Block third Koryj Fremont, Sandusky County, O. TERMS. One eopv, per year, in advance, by mail $1,50 Paid within the year, ?,' After the expiration of the vear, 2 5!) Town aubsrribprs, will be charged $1,75, in advance, the difference in the terma between the price on paper delivrred in town and thoae ent by mciil, is occaaioned by the ex penie of carrj ing . HOW TO STOP A PATKIt. . Firetaeethat you have paid for it np to the time you with it to atop ; notify the Font Mas ter of yuur desire, and BRk him to infnrm the publiaher, under hie frank, (na h? ia authorized to do) of your wih to discontinue. No paper diasonlhiued until all arrears get are paid, except at the option of the pub lisher. RATK3 OF ADVEKTISISO. One square 13 linea firat insertion, do ench additional insertion, Ao Three mnnths, do Six months, do One year. Two squares, 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. — 28 July 1854

Arival of the Pacific. FOUR DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. NEW YORK, JULY 24. The U. 9. steamer, Pacific, in iu with four days later news. Markets. There is a light advance in cotton. Wheat has declined 40d and Flour Is. Corn is active. ' No battle of importance hns transpired. Napier had withdrawn his fleets from before Cronstadt. , Prussia is forcing Austria into new nego tiations. Strong suspicious are still entertained of Austria's good faith towrrds the allies. Prussia sends a special envoy to Austria to ask her to refrain from further steps t with England and Franco, and to ask her to join ber in new negotiations for peace Austria has countermanded the advices of ber armies into Wallichia. The Turks have crossed the Danube in considerable force. An action accurred on the til) at Oittr gevo in which 100 Russians were killed and 300 wounded. It is rumored that the combined fleets attacked Cronstadt on the 30th, but fur ther accounts say that the fleets were an chored at Borgo Sound, an...

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 July 1854

Jacob Blickensderfer, Jr. The Boahd of Pi-ni.io WonKs. Jncob niickensderfpr, Jr., Irj, who received n nomination of tho nflieo of member of llic UjarJ of Public Works, from the Conven tion nt Columbus on TliursJny lust, is n res iJent of Tuacuruwas county, and 1ms boon, by a previous cWlinn, n member of the nma body. In regird to scrupulous in tegrity, acicntilio mid business qtiJilificnlions, nnd lonj; nnd intimiilo aeq'iiiinuinco wiin the Public Works, there is, perhaps, no in Ohio Wller fitted to discharge (lie duties of the ollioo to wlnoli lie lius been nominated. Ho is not a politician, and nev er has been nn office-seeker, having too much honest simplicity of character for the one, nnd too little ambition for the oth er. If elected, his duties will be perform ed with a minute exactitude, such ns has not, for some time pat, been brought to the servico of the Slate, in that depart ment. We Bay this from our knowledge of the mn, and as tho result of our own ob servation of his 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. — 28 July 1854

A Horible Record. The Louiaville Journal, in an ftrticle re ferring to the Ward cro, gives the follow ing list of murders in that Statu in which tbe murders were acquitted : Tbert have been scores of notorious ca ses of murder and acquittal in this city and this State. There was oase ofKunrwho killed Sohaeffer. Kuril, hearing that Shaef fer had spoken lightly of a member of his fami!v. went to his colTee-house and cursed him. Schaefler picked np a small stick and went around the counter as if to strike Kant, whereupon the hitter thrust a dead ly weapon into his breast and killed him. He was tried, and discharged without pun ishment. There was the enso of Delph, who killed his uncle, Uuben Lyter. Delph armed himself deliberately and went tn (lie upner market house to meet Lyter. He met him, sought a quorrel with him, and hot him dead on the spot. The quarrel was about a prostitute. Delph was tried and aoquitied by aj iry. There was the case of Croiton who killed Hawthorn. Hawthorn wa...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 August 1854

r FRE.10JnMqUllNAL: - JOHN MAS TIN A, ISAACM. KfcELEft, rubllnhert and Proprietors. Ths JOURNAL i pahli.hd av.ry frhlsy moralng. . OFFICE in Dueklnnd's niock third iioryj Fremont, Sandusky County, O. TsnM-J. , Oa copv, par fur, m adranor-, by mail $1,50 Paid within III yrar, i?,((J Alter lha aspiration of the var. - 2 50 Town mbarribere, will be charged ft,75, In . auvance.inediltorenee in Hie terms btlwe?n the price oil papere deli rred in town and Ihoae lent by mnil, la occasioned by the ex- pause of carrying. , ; HOW TO STOP A PAPXR.- ' First lee that yon hare paid for il np to the lime TOO wish il la elopi notify the Poet Maa terif your deeire, end ask him to Inform thr pubtishar, nnder hia frank, (aa lit ii authorized lo d') of your with to discontinue. . . W No paper discontinued until all arreara ges are paid, except at the option of the pub- iisuors. V - JlATgS OV ADVBRTI8IN0. ' Oue square 13 linen Aral Insertion, do ' rach additional insertion, , v ' Jo Three months, tlo .'...

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

OF THE Three Days Later from Europe. New York, July 27. The Africa with three days' later oews arrived about 9j o'clock last ofght Cotton market declined one eighth dur ing tlie week; Flour market lower; Wheat genaraly unchanged; Corn more active and eteady; Provisions dull; Beef unchanged ; Lrd steady; Mony active. Ths Eastirs War. It is aaid Austria will summon Russia to evacuate the Prin cipalities within month and occupy Wall achia without wailing for an answer. - Tbe Turks eaptured the Isle of Ramadan atter a battle of 12 honrs; the Russians act tire to several vessels. The cholera was very fatal among the Baltio fleet ' 18,000 of the Anglo Frenoh fleet have joined Omar Pasha at Rulschuck. The Turks hare crossed the Danube. It is rumored that the whole of the German States will shortly join the Austro-Prus-aian Treaty. The capture of the Fortress of Girundo by the Turks is confirmed. The number of Turks that crossed tbe Danube on the 8th was 40,000. They were opposed by the Rus...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 August 1854

Shop, t VlllUItU IALjkSAA,lAAU ILV Jj .b - m wj row javn 9 lft Vlow illattufaclorij. r""VIE ubsoribcr have Inlet jf made exten X. ' nililiiiona to their busine by the purchnfs of all the necewarV machinery to en able them to fill liny order that mybe entrui tail to their), for the 1 Construction of Steam Engines, Of any required power, MACHINERY AND IKON" WORK, in nil the departments of Put'.ern tiinkiug, Forg. III)?, Fm ielilnp. Ac. Our knowledge of the limine I nch a lo Warrant n in earing thtil perfect euli fact ion will b givn lo hII, nnd on our part 110 exsr tlnn ahll be spared to secure Fromtilne and Perfeotnes in the MANUFACTURE or RE PAIRS of Machinery or Mill Work. We also mnke a Piitehl Cro head fur Mil lay Saw. The right was procured by os in Canada, and we ara Ilia only persons in the Untied Stales Manufacturing the enme. BOLTS and SCREW'S, for Bridges, Press es, Buildings, and all olher varieties made to order. Wa are prepared to mako CASTINGS, of nil description, and 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. — 4 August 1854

belonging to lh sinking fund, for tlie year eighteen hundred nod fifty five, til: For tha payment or ln semiannual Interest on the foreign and domealio debt of lh State, to become due on tbe nrat any of Jul y igliteen hundred end fifty. five, and the firet day of January eighteen hundred and fiftaix, eighv hundred and 6fiy-three thou sand dollare; for the payment of interest on cbool and trutt fund?, held by the State, one hundred and twenty-five thousand, (ire hundred dollar. Seo. S. All rooneyt in the treasury, belonging to tbe finking (und, over and bore the amount necessary to pay the ac cruing interest, applicable to the payment 01 tue puono ueot ot tne stale not exceed ing two million of dollar, are appropriated to the redemption of tbe outstanding bonds of tbe State or investment in tbe linking fund, agreeably to the provisions of "an act to create a unking rund lor the payment of the principal and interest of the publio debt of Ohio," pasted March four teenth eighteen hundre...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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