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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 15 September 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL. tOHS MAST1N &. ISAAC M. KEELEIt Publishers mill Proprietors. , The JOURNAL is pnhlished every Friday morning. OFFICE ill Jlucklnnd'e Block third story; Fremont, Sandusky County , O. ' TERMS. One eopv, per year, in advance, by mail $ 1,iO Paid within the year, Alter the expiration oT the year, 2.51) Town subscribers, will be charged $1,15, in advance, the ditforence In the terine between : the price on paper delivrred in town and those unit by mnil, la occaiioned by the ex pense of carrjing. HOW TO STOP A PAPER. First eee that yon have paid for it np to the time yon wiah it to atop notify the Tost Mas ter of yuur desire, and ask him to inform the publisher, under hia frank, (as ho ia authorized to do) of your wish to discontinue. . Sjt No paper dissontinued until all arresra- f'ei are paid, except at the option of the pub-isheri. RATE Of ADVERTISING. One s-itiare 13 lines first insertion, $0,51 do e inh additional insertion, 85 (In Three months, 3,0 1 do Six mont...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 15 September 1854

Arrival of the Steamer Africa. Three Days Later from Europe. New York, Sept. 8. Tbe steamer Afrit arrived here at 7 o'clock this morning. Cotton closed In fa vor of buyers; do new feature io wheat or flour; corn wanted at some improvement in prices; Mcllenry quotes western flour at 98a a 81s; Philadelphia and Baltimore at 81sS2i: red wheat 8a 6d a 02 miied 9 a 0a 4d; white corn Sis a S8s; yellow 85a a 86a: bacon dull; beef and pork quiet It waa reported at Paris that the expe dition to the Crimea left Varna on the 10th. At the battle of Kars, in Asia, the Rue ian took 2,300 Turka prisoners, and left 3,000 dead on the field The cholera was on the deoline at Var na, but was still rasing at Adrianople and ether places witb great violence. There had been a great 6rc st Varna, by which one-third of the town waa destroyed. The powder magazine was saved. The fire is supposed to bare been the work of an in cendiary. Immediately after the surrender of Boo in -ersund, Oen. Baraquay de Ilillie...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 15 September 1854

State Fair Postponed. The prcrnijm list, circular and posters, of thu Fifth Annual Stnto Fair, under the direction of the Board of Agriculture, hare been very generally circulated, announcing the Fair to commence on the 10 of Soptem-' ber I Very extensive and satisfactory ar rangements havo been mado for the conven ience of visitors, and the grounds and every thing are in such a state of forwardness as would have ensured their completion in limn- Hut nwinrr tn tlm fiiidilnn nnlKrouk of sickness nt Nownrk, which mny not be over by the 19th of September, the Execu tive Committee, under the circumstances, deem it advisable- to postpone the Fair. Tho public will please take notice that the Fair is accordingly postponed, to com mence on Tuesday, the 11th of October. The only change will bo as to time. The arrangements for the accommodation of vis itors, and all the rules and reguliitions for conducting the Fair, as already published in. our circulars and handbills, will remain unaltered....

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 15 September 1854

The Bachelor. A Bachelor Ml by hit biasing grata And he fell Into a snooze, And h riteamod that o'er hi wrinkled pate Had been thrown th nuptial noose. And a rosy boy cama la hit tidt And bounded on hit kntt, And back from hit beaming fact ha thook Faic curia in ohildith git. Thtn clear rang oat hit merry Toict, He .honied loud "Papa, I don't love any body elte Bit yon and dear Mama!" Oh! the lather's heart o'erran with joy, 80 long by love Hulit, And from itt uutetn depth pour'd out u Affection infinite. Outstretching arms of strength unshorn, lie hugged the old ho ate cat, Which aa 'twas wont, when master tlept, Had leaped upon hit lap. . ... . IV.. ,,, kdau win nv Cholera. If the history of all tlio cholera cases in this city wore as well known to us as that relating to the untimoly dentil of this gentleman, our wonder would ccaso to be, not tbat tbo deaths were so many, out that they were so few. Mr. Wilson was one of the editors of the Reform B inner, and was a native of Edinbu...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 22 September 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL; IOHN MAS TIN &. 18AACM. KEELfcR Publishers and Proprietors. The JOUHN AT, i published very Friday ttiornina;. OFFICE in Bucklnnd' Block third itoryi Fremont, Sandusky County, O. TERMS. On copy, per year, in advance, by mail $1,80 Paid within the year, 2.J After the expiration of the year, 2,51 Town subscribers, will be charged $1,75, in advance, the dilTerenee In the terme fcetweqn the price on paper delivrred in town and thoaa tent by mail, i occasioned by the ex panse ofcarrying. HOW TO STOP A PAPER. First aeo that you have paid for It opto (he time you wish it to stopj notify the Post Mas ter of yuur desire, and ask him to inform the aublishar, under hie frank, (as ho i authorized o do) of your wiih to discontinue. ID" No paper diaeonlinued until all arreara- ea are paid, except at the option of the pub isliert. N -s A A A A DATES OF ADVERTISING One iiuare 13 lines first Insertion, $',51 d etch additional insertion, 35 d Three months, 3, OH do Six months, 3,5...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 22 September 1854

The Newspaper. " ' How lonesome the fireside where there lno newspnperl Ask Hie latest news, ' good storie and the useful letsong and wit ' ly saying, of tlie newspaper ask man its Taiue. Let hint bo deprived of it a few weeks, and then asked to put an estimate v upon it. Will he say that two or three dollars are too much 7 No, no he will esteem it one of hit greatest treasuro, and yaiue u accorcingiy. ' 1 We were led to these reflections theoth- " er day by an industrious, worthy man, who eallod at our office to subscribed for a pa per. Said be, "I was tilling it, but times were so hard, I paid up and quit ; but 1 cannot get along without it. I called to sec if I could get it on credit until full, for 1 musi nave ii on some terms 1 would not be without it for ten dollars." Ol course we put his name on our list with great cheerfulness. Such men are the best subscribers in the world, (except those wno pay aown.; iney win always pay at tbe time il Tails due. Every family ought Jo have...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 22 September 1854

Indians Attacking Fort Laramie. Louisville, Sept. 11. Date from Fort Lnrnmie to the 10(h of August any that fow cmigranta hud been met on the plains between the frontier and the Fort The drouth prevailed to an alnrming extent Tho Indian tribos wore peacably disposed towards the whitos, ami no apprehensious were entertained of difficulty with tju'tn. Some of the tribos were not on good terms with each other, and preparations were n foot for hostilities botween the Si ous, Pawnees and Camnnches, and serious trouble was anticipated. News hss reached hero that F. X. Au brey, a skinner of tho Plains, was killed in a row by Mj. Weightman, at Santa Fe. Au brey had just made a trip from S Franois oo to Santa Fe in 22 dnys. No praliculars were given. Information of an authentic nature had been received nt St Louis that about the middle of August a Sioux Indian killed un ox belonging to an emirHnt near Fort Lnr amio. Tho chief of the tribe thereupon sent a messenger to Lieut. Fleming, the com...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 22 September 1854

Indiana Politics. Correspondence of the New York Tribune. - The Congressional canvass in ths IXtb district of Indians wns opened to dn al this place. Norman E Jdy, tbe present Ne braska incumbent and nominee of tbe Doug las Democrat;, led off in speech of one hour and quarter, and was replied to by Schuylor Col far, Esq., the people's candi date, in an eloquent and elaborate speech of an hour and a half. Eddy closed the de bate in a fifteen minute speech. The issue between these gentlemen is a very wide one. Eddy supports the Administration In all tbe multiform phases of its iniquity, ana undertakes to carry tbe Kansas-jNe braska law on his shoulders before his con stituents. Puffing and staggering beneath this latter loud, tie reminds one of the pic tures of Atlas with the world upon bis back, only there is in his case no evidence of ef en a portion of that strength indicated by the picture aforesaid. Not a single word of approval followed any part of his decla mation. Tbe onslaugh...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 September 1854

.." f JOURNALt IOHN MAST1N& ISAAC M. KEELER I'libllshers and Proprietor. The JOURNAL la pnhlished every Friday moriilttf. OFt'lCE in Hiicklnnd'a Block third sloryi Fremont, Sandusky County, O. TBRM9. Odi copy, per year, in advance, by mail $1,50 Paid within tint year, 2,0!) After the expiration of the year, ?': Town subscribers, will be charged $1,75, in idvance.thediflerence in the terms between .the price on paper delivrred in town and tlioae enl by mail, i occaaioDed by the ex pense of carrjing. HOW TO 8TOP A PATRn. First iee that you have paid for it up to the lime von wish it to etnp; notify the Post Mai ler of yunr desire, and ask him to inform the aablisher, under hie frank, (aa ho ii authorized to do) of your Willi to discontinue. O No paper dissonlinued until all arreara ge are paid, except at the option of the pub lia liera. RATES OP ADVERTISING. Oue square 13 lines firit insertion, $0,51 - 4a f ich additional insertiun, 85 do Three nionthf, 3.01) do Six montha, 3,50 d...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 September 1854

Anti-Nebraska Candidate. We (hit day fling out ibe name of Cooper K. Watson, Esq., of this place ft the Ami Nebraska candidate for Congress. We feel proud, that tuoh name ia nailed to our mast bead. In him, we have every reason to know that the North will find in Congress, should he be eleeted, as uow in his capacity as private citisen, an able and fearless defender of human freedom. That cowardice which characterized the servile doughfaces from the North, who voted to open the beautiful and widely ex tended territories of Kansas and Nebraska to the incoming of human slavery, will en counter do enemy more energetic and pow erful, and no tonguo moro rendy and bitter ia its denunciation. While be com bines the bearing of the gentleman and the man, his action upon all questions of legislative interest will be prompt and decisive. For us to speak of the character and ability of Mr. Watson is perhaps unnecessary, lie has long been among the men and voters of this county and district They...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 September 1854

d.ty, but they hnvo refused, and now I think it isbigh lime Ihnl the people should teach them a lesson, and atop their gamb ling, by the strong arm of the law. If it is not done, many a young man, now respec table will go down to the drunkard'a aad FORCEPS. XTho following free communicnlions, on free topic, from nfree Democrat, who poaks in rather a froj way, are eniiiled to a free pass: For tlio Journal. Masana Editohs: I am a Dcmocral, and if so, what is Democracy, and who is a Democrat T Djmociacy is equ ility in all things, both in rights and privileges, and why so? If this gorernment is a democratic govern ment, we are all free and equnl. We, of the North aro all free, on one grand scale. We have free speech, free suffrage, free la bor, frco" corn, so that we pay our taxes, free to distil, freo to sell, free to make drunkards and free to get drunk vide Crowin's decis- ion -with all its internal and external evils and degredalionj free to catch fugitives from the south and free ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 September 1854

Indian Difficulties. If there is toy doubt remaining of the total Inefficiency of the United Slates' troop in Indian warfare, ns at present or panined, we think the account of the do truclkm of Lieut. Oral ton nud bis party, which will be found in another port of our paper, will go far to remove it It is un aafe fur U. S. soldier to be in the Indian country without protection. The history of the past fow months are sufficient evidence of the truth of that fact. Capt Gunnison, wliile surveying a Kailroita rout to the Pa ei?c, early lust spring, was killed in Utah, and nearly all his men were mnsencrcd. Lieut, Davidson was defeated within 20 .miles of bis own csmp, In New Mexico, and lorced to retreat leaving bis dead upon the field. - Capt. Van Buren was defeated in Texas, bis men dispersed, and himself mor tally wonnded. And now, Lieut. Oration with all his party have been cut off not one left to tell the tale; the garrison at Fort Laramie is in immim-nt danger, and the government p...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 October 1854

1 HlElONT JOURNAL: iOUN MASTin A, ISAAC M. KEELER ,v I'ablishcrs and Proprietors. r The JOURNAT, ii published every Fndey morning. OFFICE in Buckland's Block third itoryj Fremont, Sandusky County, O. i'-- ' - , i ' TKRMS.- - '' 1 Oat copy, per year, la adtanoe, by mill 0 1 ,50 f aid within tha Tar, 2,00 ' Afuwths expiration of the rear, ' 9,54 yTown subscribers, will ba charged $ 1,75, in arfvance,thedifference In lh terms between , price on papers delivrred in town and -those lent by mail, ii ocoaaionad by the ex pense of oarrying. Bow TO STOP A PAPKR. ' Firat ie that yon have paid for It dp to the :im yoa with il to alopi notify tha Foal Mas ter of your desire, and auk him to Inform tha publisher, under hie frank, (aa hs ii authorized lo do) of your wish to diacoiitiuue. - CTN paper distoutliiued Until all arreara ges ara paid, except at tha option of the pub lishers. ' ' j-v" A . RATS8 ADVERTISING. On aquara 13 linea first Insertion, $0,51 iv da etch additional Insertion, 95 do T...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 October 1854

THE JOURNAL: ' FREMONT; OHIO. 'jOHN MASTIM& ISAAC M.KEELER Ddltor nnd Proprietor. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 188 . , ! Republican Nominations..;;. .-,; Fnf Judgt ijf the Stiprnnt Oiurt, -f ,roEPii 11. swan. .. .'. Ot Franklin County. 'V ' " i'r M&r "S BtWrli PuW'! '"'. JACOB BLICKEN3DERFER, Jr. ,- v - Of Tutonrawat Comity. . ; : Far Congru; .' COOPER K. WATSON. of Seneca. " ' tit Jwterf Comnun Pleat Court, , ..' JOHN FITCH, 0 Zwcn County. Comity Ticket. '' " For Probate Judge, ' . LYMAN GELP1N. f f" For Treasurer, " JACOB F. R. SEBR1NG.- For Cleik, CHARLES II. GREENE. For Commissiomr, WILLIAM N. MORGAN. For Infirmary Director, . . ASBURY BLACK. Small Bill Law. Do onr readers know tliut a note, eon tract or written agreement of any kind, for and in consideration of which any foreign bank note, under the denomination of 1 10 i paid, is thereby rendered null and void. Beware, therefore, how you lend your mon ay, sell your lands, houses, fcc, by contract or deed. If you use a $1 note of...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 October 1854

New Advertisements. Hale & Kssler hav opened new Grocery Provision and Four E-tnblishmenl in the lloaee formerly occupied by Mr. P. Close. They In lend lo keep vry thin In Ihelr lino of busi jitn. Giv Ihom cull. November Appoititmsnts of "'ib. Rules ind Regulations Tor the government of onr town School. ClydSlov 8lnr and Tin EitabliJimeul by N K. Wakefield. We recommend Mr. W. (o our pitron in that aee-lion, lie keeps good lock and sella cheap. An Ordinance on Sidewalk. Important Notice to School Officer. ". .... . i .-tOl ' ' ; ' ' , "S3T Ra& what "A Democrat" h to ay on the auhjeet of onr Ccnnly Expeme. le it lint lime that a Reformation was commenced? Ilemrmber this when yon go lo the polio on Tuesday next. 'Jrfl'ersoti," and "Treaaury." Iiove aim a few wwordelo eay on Comity Mat- ton , let them be considered and reflected on. UEFOitM la needed, let us have it. tSTThe Messrs. Glicks lmvo removed their Law oflic lo Nima' new blo k. AovftsTunKs of a Hali.it Qml By Fal conbt...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 October 1854

Judge Swan. man iff Ohto has (lnnt mora fof the pcopU of l! JStslf, than Judgo Svan. His wall fcnowa 'traatitV ha ben ths Guklo of tbe Jttaticwk of the Pence of the Stnte for noun; jsars, and without it many one who baa discharged the duties of the ofiioe cred itably could not have got along at all.- There ia no Jusiic in the state ho is not largely indebted in Ibis way to the Judge od act one, therefore, but Knows turn, aua feels that be n worthy of bis confidence and upporl.'"' Mr. Norria, Judge Swan's competitor for tbe Supreme Judgeship, ia, we believe a elerer lawyer, but ia no respeci tho qunl of Judge Swan. He has neither the legal knowledge or the experience of Mr. S. and therefore has cot an equal claim upon the people. Jt ia but. reasonable, then, to ex pect Jttdgj Swan'i election fcy large ma jority... It would be a reproach to the State not U elect such a man to such an office. If real merit, and eminent qualification for the office weie to decide the matter, Judge Swan'...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 October 1854

lOHiV MASTiN & ISAAC M. KEELlia . ci il'nblinher nnd rroprietors. '.'The JOURNAL in published every Friday Morning.' OFFICE iii Bneklmd's Block third story; Fremont, Sandusky County , O. ' r' ' trrms.--- ' 0 oopy, er year, in dence, by mail $ltA0 fnid wilhio 4h year, , , . . After, the expiration of tlio year, -.'."J Town subscribers, will be charged $1,75,111 advance, the difference in the terms bet we 'll .tha prin ou pntra delivered in town and . those sent by mail, it occasioned by the ex pans ofcerr) uij. . HOW TO STOP A patkh. First see that you have piiid for it up tn the ,'imeyou wish it to atop: notify the Post Mas tered jour desire, and aak him to inform the publisher, nnder lii frank. (as In- is authorized lo do) of your wish to discontinue. . DNo paper diatontinued until all arreara ges are paid, except at the option of the pub lisher. '' " ' rates of Advertising. One square 13 lines first insertion, ; A3 eich additional inaerlion, do Three months, do ; Six months, d...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 October 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE CANADA. Five Days Later from Europe. New York. Oct. 6. ' Tb Steamer Canada, from Liverpool, hat arrived. Colton market unchanged limited business at previous rate. 8als for the week 36,000 bales. Little specu lative demand. Salea on Friday, 70,000 bale. ' Flour Prices are considerable higher. Advanced 2s. Wheat advanced 4d Corn advanced 15. Tbe weather has been Terr unfavorable for agricultural purposes. Provisions prices unchanged. Business is limited. Consols for monoy are quoted 95j. ' The Allies landed unopposed and are proceeding to attack Sebastopol. It is rumored that the Czar has proposed a capitulation. - ' , No news of the Arct'c. " The Arclio sailed on the 23d. The Steamer Petral put into tho Clyde damaged. . . It is officially announced by the French and English Governments that, on tho 14th Sept., 68,000 men landed without opposi tion at Eupntoria, and immediately march' cd upon Sebastopol. Transports arrived at Varna for 11,000 more French troops. The Ru...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 October 1854

The World's Fair or all Nation. Among the noticeable thing on exhibition at the Crystal pnlace, we nvt a coiiiribu tioo of New Pills, fronj the labratory of Dr. 3. 0. Aver, the aulhorot the widely known and valued Cherry Pkctorau At it is against the oxprete regulations of the pal aoe, to admit any quack medicines, this fuel thnl liia remodiee are not iilaccd in that category by the authorities. ' Indeed, we have before known that his Pectoral was highly appreciated by scientific men, and have seen lately that Lis pills are held in great estimation by those deeply lenrned in tlio healing art.; True Reformer, Mats. New Shoe Shop, IN Flll'MONT. The Subscriber lias opened a net cuMom lioe shop, in the room recent ly occupied by O. W. & C. S. Olick. over Wooeter'a drug store where he will be found AT All TIM KS. The, BEST WORK AND GOOD FITS! Prompt and reasonable. No file-work to rec ommend a being; good at home-made. I al nkeeneonnt.niil.lv on hnnd for sale, Hole ninl t'ooer leathe...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 October 1854

Poetry. Corn Fields. Mary Howill's lines on "Corn Fields," come appropriately at lul aeaeon: , .. t ..'.r , la 4ha town; and merry tiro of prliie, Whew olovar rina to burtti Whj alaa-BeMt and wilhia th waod, And eweet M if whitens liret Whan marl and atari ting their fill, . Green i lb young eera In hill. . Bnl whea th merry pr!ng It pail, . ! And tamintr groweih bold, , 1 And in th gtrden nd th field, ' A thoa.a.id flowert aofuld: ' Pefore the grata Utf yet It tere, .The young eera thoott into the tar: f ' Bol thea aa day aad a'itfttt lucceed, . And tommef weertth on, And la the flowery garden beda ' The red rota groweth wan, And hally'rtoeka and eondowert tail . ; ; ; f , O'ertop tha motty garden wall. . ' - When aa lha braaih of suiumn breexe, f . From pastor dry and br-iwn, .. , , Geee floating, like an idle thought, , . ..Xb '', whita lliietl down: , , ., . ,. O, thai) what joy la walk at will, Upon lha golden hanreJl hill! . What joy In dreaming eata loba ... " Amid a field no...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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