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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 August 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL:. )OIIN M ASTliN &,TaAACM. KEELF.U, Publisher anil Proprietor. The JOURNAL is pullilid evrry Friday miming. OFFICE in Biicklanii' Mock third ilorj'i Fremont, Hundusky County , O. TKI1M-3. Ons copy, pr yt r, in advance, by mail $l,i0 Paid wiihiu h year, 8," 1 Aftur th sxniration of th year, S fl'l Town knharrinera, will bs charged $ 1.75, In advance, th cliHercnce in Ihn terms hrtw"n the price on paper dulivrred in (own and Ihoa ni'iit by mnili la occasloiiedjby Ihe ex pense of earn ing . IMW TO STOP A PAI'KR. Firataeethat you have paid fur il np to the lime yon wish it to atnpi notify the Pot Mas ter of yuur deair, and ask him to Inform the publisher, under his frank, (aa hf la authorized to do) of your wjh to discontinue. (CT No puper diaeontinned until all arreara (?ej are paid, except at tho option of the pub liahert. . . r " RATES OF ADVERTISING. One aqitare 13 linea firet Ineertion, da e ich additionnl insertion, do Three months, do Pi month, do -. One year....

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 August 1854

tolls, inspector! snd weigh masters, now holding appointments from tlie Dostd of Publio Works, by renewing their bonds, hkll continue in their offices until the same halt be filled by the Governor nd Senate, unions they ahull bo sooner removed by the Governor and said Board, for the caus es, and in the samo manner provided in this act. Every person appointed to office under the provisions of this act, may be re moved at any time before the expiration of bis term, by the person or persons, or body corporate from whom such officer holds his appointment, for neglect of duty, or other malfeasance in offico. The person to be removed thill be furnished with a written specification of the oauso of his removal ; and before the taking effect of such remov al, shall have twenty dys to produce tes timony before the perwn or persons by whom he is removed, to show thnt the cas es of removal are untrue; and if he shall so produce satisfactory evidence that the charges against him are not true, th...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 August 1854

THIRD SANDUSKY COUNTY Agricultural and Industrial Fair, For the Year 1854; To he Mi at Clyde , on ffie 2fi'i and 27 A dnrt nf Srttrmhrr next. The premium list amounts ti over $003, an follow i CLASS A CATTLE. 1, SHORT ttORNKs. Beat hull, three yean and over . $5 0 ) Second beet 3 Oil Hut iwo years old bull 4 0 1 Fecond beat 9 HO Heal one year old bull 3 0(1 Second beat 2 00 Best bull calf !1 00 Becondbest 100 Cowa, heifers, and calves premium! the aame as above. AwAKi-iKoCoMHiiTTrr. Hiram I luff. Nalhan r. Birdscye, John S. Gardiner, Dan'l Seaman. 1. DKVoaa. Preiniun aaine aa short horns. AwAHPiao Commute)!. James Parks, Win. Russel, Isaac Click, Kzra S loner. 111. HATivr. aki) cnor Beat bull, three years old and over 3 00 Second beat j Ileal two years old bull 3 Second best 3 Best one year old bull Si Second brat 1 Iieat bull calf 2 Cuws, heifers, and calves premiums same as above. IV. WOnKIKO OXKK. Rest team working oxen, five yoke $4 00 Second beat 5 Best yoke working oxen, over ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 August 1854

Spring and Summer a o o n s: MEN In order to hatter their forlsnes, will often leave their homes, and go Is the "Gold Diggings," but I propose a different mods to attain Ilia earns and, by supplying the wants and adding to l't comforts of ail within my reach, from my beautiful, ssrviceabl. and magnilioent stock of New Goods! Recently purchased In New York, on anch fa vorable term, and with such care aa will ena ble me to offer to my friends, and the public generally, almost every article kept In a retail atora in ibis aection of tha country, at snch Astounding low piices for Cash! aa will make them believe that California on the Paoifin If hut a hnmbufl, and lint My cheap Store Is the place, To make the money, and furnish them with what they want with little lnbor, and at living price. Ifanymanor woman doubts what I ay, let them call and examine my splendid took of Dry Goods! Ladies djiess ooodsi Consisting In part of the following art'iiles: tleautiful fael colored Lawns, from fii ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 August 1854

FIIEMONT JOUItNAL: IOIIM AIASTIN A, ISAAC M. K KKl.l'll, I'nbliqlicr nnd Proprietor. Tho JOURNAL in palitiahntl every Friday nnrniiiif. OFFICE in llncklanil's Itlocs third story) Fremont, Ksndusky County , O, TKUMS. Oil copy, per ye ar, in advance, by mail $1 ,.in I'aid within the year, 9, (Ml After the expiration of the year, 3, flu Town snhsoribers, will be charged $t,?.ri, in advance, the difference in the terine between the price on papers delivrreri in town and those tent liy mail, ia occasioned by the ex pense ofcai rj iug , HOW TO STOP A rATKIl. Firat see that you have paid for it nn In the lime you wind it to atop; notify the I'oal Mas tar of yunr deaire, and auk him to Inform th pithlieher, undor hie frank, (aa lie ia authorized to ioj oi your wirfli to discontinue. ' O No paper dissonlimied until all arrnnrn f'uiara paid, except al the option of the pub ishors. HATK9 OV A!IVKITIH1N1. One square 13 lines firat Insertion, $l),5'l do each additional insertion, U.'t io Three m...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 August 1854

THE JOURNAL: FREMONT, OHIO. JOHN MASTIN A ISAAC M. KLELER Editors nnd Proprietors. FRIDAY, AUGUST 18. 1854. Republican Nominations. t'of Judge nf the SMjiremc Court, JOSEPH II. 8 WAX. Of Franklin County. For Member of Ike Hoard nf PMie M rt , JACOB 1ILICKENSDEUFER, Jr. OF Tiinornwii Counlv. Republican Judicial Covention. The undtreiened recommend (o (he Re pub lican elector o( the first ub-tliviron of the Fourth Judicial District cnnipriFiiifr the conn tie of Erie. Huron, Sandusky, Oltc-wa and Lu- can, to meet at their respeotive townships, and appoint one or more delegates for each town ship lo a Convention to be held at Fremont, on Thurtday, Sept. 1th next, at 1 1 o'clock, A. sr., to nominate candidate for additional Judge in aid Mib-divhoon. T. STEWART, JOHN G. POOL, F. A. WILDMAN, EARL BILL, WM. BAKER, J. T. MOSS, T. C. MCEWEN, R. P. BUCKBAAD. HOMER EVERETT. New AdverllKPiin'iiln. Palo of School Landi in Sandusky County, by the County Auditor. Valuable Farm for Sale-Abram Mowing...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 August 1854

THIRD SANDUSKY COUNTY Agricultural and Industrial Fair, For the Year 1854; To he held at Cirfr, on the 2Wi nnf 'Jltk itnii nf Srjitrmbrr nrH. The premium Hit amount' t orcr f :!;)(), at fit Inn; CLASS A CATTLE. 1. tllonT HORK. Best bull, three year and over Becond best llest two years old bull Second best llest our year old Lull Fecond beat Peel bull calf $5 0') 3 no 4 (W 'J IK) .1 till . 2 ni) 20) Second beat i oa Cows, heifera, and calves premiums Ilia acme as above. A wni tso CojiMiTTKr.. llirnm 1 1 h II". Nathan P. liirdaeye, John S. Gardiner, Dau'l Senmnn. II. iikvoks. I'rcmiuu a same aa abort home. AwAiiniKi Committkk . James I'm ks, Win. Kussel, Isaac Glick, Eaira Stoner. III. bativk a an cnossrs Beat bull) throe years old and over Second beat Ileal two yeara old bull Second beat Jleat one year old bull Second beat Deat bull calf $3 ( 0 3 2 1 2 Cowa, heifera, and culvea premium same aa above. IV. w?nKivo o.xK.a. Peat team working oxen, five yoke "0 Second best 5 Heat yoke wor...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 August 1854

Spring and Summer .... a o o n st MEN In order to belter their fortune, will n leave their home, and go in the different mode to attain the him end, by supplying the went! end adding to lh comforts ef ell within my reach, from my besaliful, eerv ieeeble end mef uiflcent stack ef New Goods! Recently purchased In New York, on each fa vorable terms, and with ench cere ee will ena ble me to Sjdsr to my friend, and the public generally, almost every article kept in a retail eloro ratine eection of the country, at aoch Astounding low imecs forCitsli! aa will make them believe that California on the Paeifio is but a humbug, and thai My cheap Store is the place, Te make the money, and furnlah Ihem with what they want wilh little labor, and at living price. Ifanymanor woman double what I eay, let them call aud examine my splendid tec, or Dry Goods! LADIES' DHESS OOODS! Consisting in part of Ihe following article: lleautiful Taat colored Liwnt, from 6J to 25c. Philip Allen', Globe. Cocheco, a...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 August 1854

'. " 1 1 'I I. l. . .Jf- FREMONT JOUUNAL: ioiin ma3Ti'n & isaac'm. Knnt.i:n, Publishers and Proprietor. The JOUnWr, is pnhtisher! everv Frirlay Wirninjr. OFFICE in Ilur-khun" Block third story; Fremont, Sandusky County, O. TKI1MS. One cony, per year, in advance, ty mail $1,150 P iid within the year, 9,01 Aftsr th sxpirntion of the year, 8 SO rJWB tubcirilmra, will be charged J; 1,75, in advance, the ditlWonce in the terms bctwon the price on papera delivrred in town and those t,.i ,y miil, j, occasioned by the ex pense of cam i njj , timv to stop a r.vrnn. Firs(ee(hat yon have paid for it up In the time yon wish it'tn slop notify the Post Man terof your deairc, and ak hi m to inform the publisher, under hia frank, (as li .- is authorized la d0 of your wish to discontinue. U-T N i piper discontinued until all arr"ora- f'ns aro paid, except at the option of the pub islicrs. 1UTI5S OF AUVKHTISINO. :i square 13 lines first insertion, $0 51 d c mil additionnl insertion, 2" 'dJ Tlino ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 August 1854

Arrival of the Baltic, Later News from Europe. New York, Aug 19. Tho steamer Baltic arrived t 4 P. At. Cotton Brm; flour lo good request, but rather heavy, western 32s, Ohio 34s; coro advanced Is, wheat 2J; Lrd firm at 65s; pork dull; beef unchanged. It is confirmed that the Expedition gainst Crimea and Sevaatpool has left Var na. Nothing certain as to Doomeisund has been received except that it is about to be bombarded and Aland Island taken. The Russian Steamer Uldimuyarortie from Sevastopol destroyed three Turkish merchantmen, and chased the English steamerCyo'ops which had left her guns on shore to carry a largo cargo of stores. ,The Turkish Army is advancing cautious-1- on Bucharest. A Russian Rear Guard was about half way between Bucharest and Busco. On the 8d the Turkish Army had not en tared Bucharest. It is said that retrograde movements are being made in Moldavia. It is rerjorted lout according to an agree meut between the Porte and the Austriin Envoy the Turks will not en...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 August 1854

Jerome Bonnpttrte, t lio was a WfstlVnt cadet, and who lield the commission of Lieut, in the U. S. Army, lias resignoJ lis post here, ami has takon tho Mine situation in tho French Army under tho present Em peror, lie is a young man of talents, and wiy have a brilliant future before) him. Married, In lliilt place, el the residencs or Mr. J. C. Wolfe, A n (. 83nbv Rev. H. A. Rossiter, Mr. John Cedwallador, of Mttrvnville. Ky. end Mi Millie E. Bae-etl, of Hamilton oounly, U. Died, III Fremont, Saturday mornlriff, Ifllh Inst., after a short illness, JOHN P. IIAYNE. the senior of Hie firm of J. P. Ilaynes, & Suns, Merchant'! aged 54 years. Mr. Hathm, was born in Rcnealncr county, N. Y.t where, engrgr-d in mercantile and other business, he resided till I8.':8, when he removed to this place. Since then lie lina been em ployed in diffi-rent kinds of business, but his main pu ran ita have been in the mercantile and produce line. Ilia operationa were character iied by sagacity and foreth...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 August 1854

ftf fumeryl Perfumery! S. BUCKLAND & CO., HAVE JUST RECEIVED very lrjr nd .splendid assortment of PERFUMERY, h" Vrtsh from Hi Manufacturers, . lo whfort thsy lavlts ths particular attention of the Lsdies and Gentlemen of Fremont, anil tha lovers ef Tina Odors renerslly. Wa do assure yoa they ere VERYfCICE, and cannoi fail lo please the ml fastidious. Our assort ment Is VERT LARGE, and H can find their favorite Perfume or Extract. We subjoin a Mat of the principal srtifllee to whic1! we desire to pall special attention. For particulars, come and ex amine for yourselves: EXTRACTS FOR TUB HANDKERCHIEF. Eesenoe Bouquet, Alisma, " Amber, - , i , Citronella Rosa, . Cornelia, '. Clematia, Carolina Bouquet, Cowslip, " Geranium,' .,' .1'.' iledyoamia, t Honey Suck', Hawthorn, ' ' Heliotrope, ; Jessamine, Jockey Club, Lilao, ,-. ): Magnolia. , Mousseline, Mignonette, MuBRt New Mown Hay, Nectar, Orange, Orange Flower, Pink, Patchouly, Rose, Spring Flowers, Sweet Rriar, Sweet Fee, Sweet Clo...

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

V FftEMONTJOURNA.L: IOIIN MAST1N A ISAAcTm. KEEI.ER Pablixlicrt nml Proprietor. Th JOURHAT, it pohlislierl every Friday mornlnif. OFFICE in Ilncklnnd's Woes lliird storyi Fremont, Sandusky County, O. TERMS. On Copy, per yrar, in advance, by mail $ I, SO Paid within the year, Aflnr tit e expiration of tli year, 3,53 Town snlnr-ribers, will lie ehargad $1,73, in , advance, the difference In the lerma between the price on paper delivrred in town and Ihoae sent by mail, ia occasioned by the ex - jienie of carrying. TIOW tO STOP A TAPER. First leothnt you have paid for it np to the time yon wish it to atop) notify the Post Mai ler of yimr deaire, and auk him to inform the publisher, under hie frank, (aa he ia authorized lo dn) of your wish to discontinue. (O" No paper diss ontinned until nil arreara- f eiare paid, except at the option of the pub rail era. - RATES OF ADVERTISING. One "in are 1 3 linen first insertion, $D,51 do ennh additional insertion, 25 do Three months, 3,0 1 do , Six ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 1 September 1854

Arrival of the Steamer Asia. Death of a King. New York, Aug. 24. The steamer Asia arrived. Liverpool dutod to the 12th Parii Utb. The King of Saxony wet thrown from his earrings near Inspruch, oo the 8th, end kicked by one of the boriee eo badly that he died in half so hour after the blow; tie skull wee fraetnred, or rather crushed in. The next day. Prince John, the broth er of the deceseed monarch, issued hie proclamation, countersigned by the minis try, declaring his accession to the throne. Gorcbakoff, Russiao Envoy at Venna, an nounced formally oa the 9th, to the Euro- " peau Powers) that Moldavaia, as well as Wallachia, would be immediately evacuated by lb Russian. The latter ia now free f them, and the former soon will be. A us-1 tria. upon this announcement being made, countermanded all orders for an advance of her troops. (Easily done, for not a sol dier had quitted her territory, or was likely to do so, so long aa there was danger of meeting a Russian. The diplomats have pl...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 1 September 1854

LOUISVILLE, Aug. 28. A Tornado swept over this city yesterday (Sunday) forenoon at Imlf past eleven o'clock, doirifr fcnrftil mischief. Tho new Presbyterian Church just built (corner of Walnut and Eleventh) m blown down while lbs congregation was at wor- BhiP- . . A scene ef consternation was witnessed uoh as no one can describe. A great num bjr of persona wero instantly killed Bnd mnny wounded. Twenty-two dead bodies have been removed from the ruius most ly women nml children; full n many are fatally injured. The Uev. Mr. Morrison was preaching when the tornado c.imo. Mrs. Salisbury, Mr. Wicks, Mrs. Vilde fit, two daughters, and son are among tbe dead. The destruction of property is immense Sn every direction. Houses unroofed stores Mown down and the steamboats on the riv er scattored or shattered. It feared that the loss of lift) has been Urge outside of the fatal diastcr at the church. ' Boston, August 27. Nothing definite nsserlaincd in regard to tbe amount of property destroyed...

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

raew 'Perfumery! Pcrfumeryl S. liUCKLANl) & CO., HAVE JUST RECEIVED a ery lars and plendid assortment of PERFUMERY, Frsh from the Manufacturer!, la which thajlnvit tha particular attention of i- the Ladic And Gentlemen of Fremont, and tha lovere of Fine Odor generally. W do assure you they aro FEIIYNICE, and cannot ail to please inv mmri ihsuhiouh. vi nr assort ment VF.RT LARGE, and all can find their favorite Perfume or Extract. Wo subjoin a list r tha principal article to which wa driire to call apaclRl attention. For particular, coma and ex amine for yooraoWeit ' EXTRACTS FOR TtJ HANDKERCHIEF. Eatanea Bouquet, Aliama, Amber, : CltranetlaRoaa, Camelia, Clamatia, Carolina Bouquet, Cowtllp, Geranium, Hedyoamia, Houer Suckle, Hawthorn, Heliotrope, . Jessamine, Jockey Club, Lilac, Magnolia, -Mouaaeline, Mignonette, Musk, New Mown Hay, INectar, Orange, Orange Flower, Pink, Palcho'uly, Rote, Spring Flower, Sweet Rrlar, Sweet Pea, Sweet Clover, Tea Rose, Verbena, Violet, White Lily, ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 8 September 1854

IOIIN MASTIN it ISAAoHm. K EELKR , ' Publishers Anil Proprietors, ; The JOUilNAT, Is published evory Friday . ,11 M ll l II ft , T I IV . -l II linmnii'i . - Ihinl ilnrfl f r.mrtnl. K..mloslctf C?OUntV O. ,..'.. TRMS. i ' One copy, per year, i it advance , by mall $ I ..lO ' Paid within the year, 9.'" '' After Ilia expirntiou of the year, 9 50 ' Town subscribers, will be charged $1,7,1,111 advance, tliedilference in tha terms between the price on papers delivrrod in lown and i thoso sent by nuiil, i occasioned by the ex pense ofearrying. ', -' . ItoWTO STOP A PAPEll. ! Fifel see that yon have pnirl fof it np lo the time you wish it tT atop ; notify the Post Mas ter of your desire, and auk him to Inform the ptthlishtir, under lia frank, (aa Iu ia authorized lo tin) nf your wUli to discontinue. ITT'Nn papor discontinued until all arreara- ffaaara paid, except at the option of the pub . fijliata. A, A ' - ' feATBfl OV AnVEttTIStWrt. il9 a jnare 13 lines first inaertion, $0.5 ) :& 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. — 8 September 1854

Arrival of the Europa. Seven Days Later News. Halifax, Aug. 30. The steamer Eurona Arrived thii after- oon with LiTorioot dale to 1 fib on week later. Flour We.tern Canl 82 ; Ohio, 42a. Corn Yellow, 86. Breadstuff Demand fair. Holder ar firm wilh moderate alo to the trade. ( Tka lliaa mtm invcatinir Ttomeraund. Crimea expedition bad not tailed. Other affair onteltled. The latect sale to-day were 6000 bale cotton. Demand moderate and firm for trade and for export. Market dull, but not lower. Gardener report beef dull, with a oe- . I r..l, J. .11 mt inferior CllUlllg tllWUMJ. I Ull MUll "" - ------ pricr. Bacon unchanged with moderate demand at previous rate. Bullion in the Bank of France rescue nineteen million terling. Liverpool, 8turdy. By submarine taleoraoh the new received i that Bom'er- and urrendered on the 16th, and that 3 000 Russian ware taken prisoners, ARRIVAL OF THE WASHINGTON. New York, Aug, 31. The Washington arrived thia afternoon. She bring 250 passengers, 3450 tons ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 8 September 1854

Constitutionality of the Small Bill Law. Tht Cincinnati Gatellt contains a long and ably written article, from tht pen of It M. Corwine, Esq.of iIihI city, on tlie subject of the constitutionality of the lnw of the last session of the Legislature, which makes it illegal to pnss bill issued by the banks of other States, in Ohio, after the 1st of Oc tober next. As he make a strong case, and as the subject is one of general inter est, we select so much of tho article as will give our roaders his points and the reasons in their fnvor. This law contains six sections; the last, however, being merely the repealing cause. . Soo. 1st prohibits the circulation and re ceipt. of bank piper of another State, of less denomination than ten dollars, after the 1st of October, 1854, bv any person, firm, or body corporate; unless transferred and re ceived (ona fide for the purpose of sending the tame directly out of the Slate for re demption. Seo. 2J provides that such papers shall not be paid out or ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 8 September 1854

Perfumery! Perfumery! A lluCKLAND & CO., ttavk just nr.cF.ivF.n .rrirp im JLX splendid assortment of PEH.FUMt.llY, plndi ortmnt of PEHFUMKRY, ' Frsh from lo Manufacturers, to wWh-th.y invite th. partlclir a.tte.tlon f itie Ladieaand Oohtlumon of troitiont, ui a,, ir of Fin Odor rnerall. We do aronr yam they ar r KK YXICF., and cnnoi fall to pie tha meat faetidina. Oar assort ment it VERY LA ROE, and all can find their favorite Perfuma or Kutraet. Wa subjoin a list of th principal articles to whio'i wa desire t call oipeeial attention. For particular, com and amin (or youraelveai 'v,. VXTRACTS FOR TUB II ANIKKRCHI8r. Essence Bouquet, Aliema, . ; ., . Amber, . .. Citrenalla Roia, Camella, Clemati. -'" Carolina Bouquet, Cowslip,' Geranium, fledroemia, Houer 8ackla, Hawthorn, Heliotrope, Jessamine, Jockey Club, Lilac, Magnolia, -Mousaelioe, Mignonette, - Musk, New Mown Hay, Nectar, Oranire, ' Orange Flower, I'ink, ratchouly, Rose, Spring Flower, Sweet Rriar, Sweet Pea, Sweet Closer,...

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