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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 October 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL: IOHN MA8T1N A. ISAAC M. CCfiCER ' Pablleher and Proprietor. Th JOURNAT, Ik published every FriiUy morning. OFFICE in Buckland' Blook third itory Fremont, Sandusky County , O. TERMS. . ' On copy, per year, in advance, by mnll t'JJ f.id within th year, "' After tlx expiration of th yar, 9.SH Towa aubscribere, will charted f 1,75, In advance, the difference In lhtrm between the pric on paper delivrred in town and those sent by mail, i occasioned by the ax penae of carrying-. HOW TO STOP A PAPBH.. Firataeethat you have paid for it op to the :l,n yon wish il'to atopl notify the Poet Mae lev of yonr deaire, and auk him to inform the publisher, under hie frank, ( he ia authorixed lo dn) of your with to diaconlinue. KT No naner diaaontinued nntil all arraara- e are paid, except at the option of the pub Inhere. RATK9 OF ADVBBTIBtWO. Oueiare 13 line firat Inaertion, 1o each additional inaertion, Ho Three month, . do , fix montha, do One year. Two quarei, Hix month, . do On ye...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 October 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE BALTIC. Annihilation of the Russians! Sebastopol Destroyed City in Flames! 1000 French and English Killed! 18,000 Russians Killed!—1,000 Guns Taken—22,000 Prisoners Made! NEW YORK, Oct 16. Th Haftit left Liverpool at 8 o'clock A. M , on the 4 in mat, with SZ3 passengers. OalbclStb, off Cap Race, spoke nd i imrura wnim at, ornisinjt for the misting boats, and learned from ber all the particulars of the catastrophe. ' The) Africa arrived out Sunday. : Steamer San Jacinto put back to South ampton, with machinery damaged, baring broken one of ber screws. She will be de tained five or i weeki for repairs. On the 25th the Fort of Sevastopol was invested by sea and land, and after an ob stinate defense was carried by storm. The The allies then bombarded the city and the fleet. Ten Russian ship of the line were burned and stt.uk ; and the remainder captured, silencing 800 guns; 22,000 pris oners, are taken. Russian loaa in dead and disabled, is estimated at not less than 18, ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 October 1854

A Loud Call. A dutiful ion in corresponding with hi father, wrote his letters, in" curse hand" be ciiuae bi father writ deaf, and the ton wish ed to end li loud letter. Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indianna have issued a loud call, and written il in cap itals, and Fifty-three out of the Fifty-si dvlefTHtes to Congress have signed the call. The Administration was neithor deiif nor dumb, but it would not heaf,.and hence the thundering yell these States have ultercd. Ohio with her 21 members of Congress is a unit upon the Nebraska swindle. In diana with her 11 Kepresentntives is unani mous in its repudiation of tho iniquity Pennsylvania with her 2j members of the Hnnse, only sends 3 Nebraska-ites to the 34th Congress. Cleveland Herald. A Si'.T Yoitii. "Everytliimr is arrang ed for your wedding with Susan Tompkins.,' said a father to his only son, "1 hope you'll behave yourself like a nif.n, Thomas." The individual addressed was a young man seated on a chair, dispatching a pelce of bread and ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 October 1854

Poetry. For the Journal. To Woodland Mary. W would not ask the, Mary, Tvar be cheerful nd gsy, . Siad hsarte oft tin with melancholy . Art barred from sons bias's ray. ' Bol why t ad te night? Neimilet pon thy lovely ftco, Thy hurt ISst era eo briajhl, . him In dneie now to waste. If eat thoa tome loved ona lolt That yon ahouM look aa saJ, Or haa thy cheerful smiles been loal By eome laaa worthy rival maidT Conld wa hut the secret guess, Which makes thes eail to-night. And closes the fount of thy happiness, Wa would thy carta rsepile. The gloem which weigh thee down, Would aoon depart from thee, . " i : If a more thy heart lo wound, ' Thy ringing laugh again be free. He dark and dreary rave Weald li mmr o'er thy path agair., Bat friendly voice, joroue ear, All bail to the Woodland Queen. Fremont Oct 13, Roving Rolla. Fremont Oct 13, Roving Rolla. The Lost Child. Oo Saturday moroiug of lait weclt a little irl some thre year old, daughter of II McCabc, of thi town, started to drive tw...

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

. -5r FREMONT JOURNAL: JOHN MARTIN & 18AA(f M. KEELfcR. taullher nnd Proprietor. The JOURNAL i publiahed avery Friday morning. OFFICE in Bucklnnd'i Wock third itoryi Fretnout, Sanduaky County , O. TBRM8. ' On copy, per year, in advance, ky mail ft, SO Pid within the year, After the expiration of th ;earb 8.5!) Twn nbarribem. will he charted J 1,75, in advance, the difference In the term belwem the price on papers delitrred in town and thoaa sent by mailt i occasioned by III ax -pome of carrying. HOW TO 8 TOP A PATER. Firtethat you have paid for it Dp to the :im you wind it to (top; notify tha Poet Mai ler of your deeire, and aak him to inform the publisher, under hi frank, (a ho ia author itcd lo dn) of your wih to discontinue. (LT No paper dieeontinued until all arreara ge! are paid, except at tha option of the pub fuliert. ',.' .. ' ' HATKS OF ADVKRT18I1SO. On iuare 13 line firet insertion. do eion additional iuaertion do Threo month, do Six month, do One rear. Two qureJ, fix ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 27 October 1854

LATER FROM EUROPE. LATER FROM EUROPE. Arrival of the African. Sebastopol. not NEW YORK, Oct. 20. Th Africa arrived at bar dock at half 3 o'clock thin afternoon. - COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Denniston quotca Western Canal Flour t 3233s, Bsltimors 3.")34s, aud Ohio nominal at 86. Corn 80(3)40s. Daring & Bros, report small sales of U. S. sixes ai 107t00; Maryland fives 04; Virginia sixes 809'2g ; Penaylvania fives (bonds) 8183. Money was limited and in de mand. American Eagles were nominal at ?6s2jd. GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. The news of the fall of Scbstopol, tie destruction of the Russian fleet, the explos ion of Fort Coustantine, and the surrender of MencikofL is all false. Omcr Pascha's dispatch is a forgery. The allies were in vesting 8ebastopol at the dates of the latest account received. An official extra gaz ette published the following dispatoh from Lord Stratford de lladcliCe to Lord Claren don: . CorrrANTisorLc, Sept. 30 P. M. The allied armies have established ths basis of 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. — 27 October 1854

'! ... .1. . FREMONT JOU UN A L Friday, Oct. 2711854, Thi Wbatihh. Ruin has been quit. abundant within the Inst few weeks, and our wells iind cisterns are being rapidly fil led up, so that wo no longer hear com plttints of tle scarcity of water. Within a fow mornings past, "Jack Frost" tins visited us quite Freely, os if to admonish us of the near approach of winter. We have had, however, thus far a pleasant autumn. The past summer has truly been one of severe trials and afflictions; death has visited the hearth stone of both the rich and poor; and we presume that winter's near approach is hailed with joy, by these especially, who have 411 (Tor ed from sickness, at the winter season is most generally a healthy one. Fog lias also greeted u un n prMencet and it' has been as plentiful in the valley of the Sandusky, as "bloonks" havo been in the Mnumoe. FmKMgs'a KasTiVAt. The Fire Compa nies, of this town, proKse giving a festival, on the 2d of November next, at Buckeye Hall. Wo have no...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 27 October 1854

A Yankee Down Below. Burton tells a capital etorjr of tWTan-1 ket ia UtlL" His description of wm of lha oharactera "down below" ia laughable. Tba Introduction of the Yankee to Ins inter nal majesty It peculiar: . . "How d'ye daw (olU;" drawing away at long cigar; "la the boas detil to home?" His ronjttfiljr looked sulpbcr and saltpetre at tlie intruder. - . t "Reptile!" he exclaimed in a voice of thunder, "who are you who dara intrude up on our aacred privcy ?" Whew I beeswai and eirg-arte'lal" said tnnnltia ft ,ttif Imp Vfttl ktilr, VA.i'll kink that" tail o youro. What, ifa. use your a pom off hnlf corked in tlinl sort u way? Don't kick nfore you're spurred I- There ain't such art alinlujity occasion for you to pityer dander ii. jeataa if you want , 1 . ., ..J, . V. , . r i to bust your bller. Set-in that your climate rather warm, it would be no more than, civil if you'd jst a svd Mister, toe the mat k, and lalTe yer bitter, " ' "Worm! henBet to your appointed plnce. in the yawnin...

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

Li , i IJ..-L"' jj-'r FREMONT JOURNAL: iohn mabt'in jTisaacTm. kef.lkr. Publishers nmt I'roprlcton. The JOURNAL if published evert Friday morniii;. OFFICE in BucklinrT Block third sloryf Kreinont, Handusky County , O. THUMB. On copv, per year, iu advance, by mail 1 1 ,.10 Paid within the year, ?,"' After the expiration of the year, 3.50. Tun subscribers, will be charged f 1,75, in advance, IhediO'erence in the term lietwe -ii the price on paper delivrred in town nnH thoie lent by mail, I occasioned by the ex- peine of earn in j. HOW TO BTOP A PM'KR. First ee that yon have puiil fnr it n p to the :ime you wish it to atop; notify the Post Mas ter of your desire, and ask him to Inform the publisher, nnder hi frank, (ae he la authorized lo dn) of your Wuh to discontinue. U No paper disionlinued until all arrenra- f ei are piid, except at the option of the pub ielier. n - HATES OIT ADVERT ISI NO, One nuart-13 lines first insertion, ') 51 do e inh additional liisortiuu, 35 do Three month,...

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

Remains of Sir John Franklin Letter of Dr. Rae, &c. Wt find in tho Eastern paper the letter of Dr. Rao to Sir Geo. Si in ion, tlalfd at York Factory, Aug. 4, 1854, from which W copy M much a is essential to place all tb evidence before the public Yoik Fac tory, from whence he write, i situated at the month of Hayes river in Hudson Bay, la about 69 leir. north latitude, and 03 deir. west looeitudn. After relating some Of me event oi nisjourney, up io me nine rt. . - t . a 1. . of bis discovery of the remains of Sir John franklin, be proceeds as Mo: 1 On the 81st March my spring journey commenced, but in consequence of gules of winds, deep and soft snow, and fogijy weath er, we made but vary little progress. We did not enter Pelly Bny until the 17th. At this place we met with Esquimaux, one of whom, on being asked if ho ever -saw white people, replied in the negative, but aid that a large parly at least forty per son had perished from want of food, tome 10 or 12 doys' journey to t...

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

ft FREMONT JOURNAL. ' Friday, Not, 3, 1SJ4. Vauh or A Husband. The Judii iary Committee of the city Ununoil of Sun Finn eisco, ha reported in favor cf piiyinpjMrs. Orcenliow, formerly of YVWngton, 410,000 M compensation fur the loan of her bus bund, vho was killed by f illint; upon one of the bad side walk of the city. We have indeed been surprised thnt a similar cnlnmity has not hopped to some one of the citizens of this rliicc. Some of our aide-walk are in very bnd condition; And what adds more to their dancer, is the piles of boxs Unit nre left in front of the business houses, so that it is almost impos sible to pass the street in a di-.rk night nnd escnpe unhurt. The cellar windows to the new blocks, are left from diiy to dny without the least form of covering; this should not be allowed by the Council. Tho conse quence of a neglect of this duly by the Town Council will be, thnt ono of those dark nights, soroo pedestrian will no longer find himself on terra firma, but his heels ...

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

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, Not. 3, 1851. JUmakkabli AiticuoTi, A correspoo deal of lh Petersburg Express, at Cbarlo town, Virginia, communicate! to tlml paper thi following aerie of iuciJcots, wbich, if Une, are rcr lingular: "Washington wat accustomed to wear two watch aeala, one cold, and tbo other of silver. Upon both of them tle letter O. W. were engraved, or rather cut. These seals he wore as early aa 1751, and they were about his pereoa on the terrible tiny of Brnddork's defeat On that d a; he lust the silver seal. The Quid one remained with the General until tbe day of bis death, and was then given by him to bis nephew, a gentleman of Virginia, who carefully preserved it un til about seventeen years ago, when, riding over bit farm, be dropped it. The ether day tbe gold seal lost seventeen years ago, was ploughed up, recognized from the U t ters Q. W. on it, and restored to the son of the gentleman to whom Washington bad presented it. At almost tbe same time the silver seal lost...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 10 November 1854

1 ! A".' LLLL'gti FREMONT JOUKNA L : JOHN MABTIN & ISAAC M. KEELER. Publishers and Proprietors. The JOURNM, is publishsd everv Frirlsy morning. OFFICE in Ilucklnnd's Dlook third story j Fremont, Sandusky County, (). TERMS. Ons eopv, per yrsr, in advance, by mail I ,.10 Paid within tlio Tear, 9,011 After the expiration of the year, 2.5'J Town subscribers, will be charged ? 1,7.), In ndrance.the difference in the terrni betwein the price on papers delivrred In town and those sent by ninil, ia occasioned by the ex pense of cm r in. how to stop a rxrr.n. First id that you have paid for 11 np to the time you wish it to stop ; notify the Post Mas ter of yunr desire, and a.li him to Inform the publisher, under his frank, (as he ia authorized to do) of your with to discontinue. CT" No p,iper dissontimied until all arrears are paid, except at the option of the pub iiliers. BATES OF ADVERTISING. One square 13 lines first insertion, ,0..n do each additions! insertion, 25 do Three months, a...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 10 November 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE ARABIA Three Days Later from Europe NEW YORK, Nov. 3. Tb Arabia arrived at half patt eight tbii morning. Flour advanced 23; Wheat advanced la; Cora advanced Si; Lard considerably advanced; all articles in the line of bread stuffs and provisions are increaaiog in de mand and price. The bombardment of 8bastopol com menced on the 13ih of October. Omer Pacha had gone to the Crimea to attend a council of war. Hie forces are ex- Dected to ire to the Crimea. Meucbikoff Lad been partially reinforced. ' Rcnort have ncrain been circulated si Hullaneously in Vienna, Paris and London of the fall of Sebastorjol: and large stock ooerationa are said to have been made in the faith of tbe statement, but the public were slow to believe. Government em ployes tay that serious intelligence must not be looked for before the beginning of November. Odessa accounts say that Gortschakoff was at that place and that Menchikoff who could not retain bis position bad sent bis armv to SebaatODo! and...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 10 November 1854

FREMONT JOUHN A L. Frldao7.1oTl854. 11 Complktk Returns. The complete ro turns of tbe election have been reecived.and are thus summed up by tlie Statesman: Swan I8fi,437 Norrie 110,911 8wan' majority Blickensderfer . I Miller . 75,5 15 .188 655 Bllckensderfer's mijirity 79,33) We think without any doubt, we may be able to givo the majorities by counties next ' week. The earnings of the Cleveland it Toledo It tilroad for the week ending October 28lb wera 121,009, being an increase over the ccresponding week in 1853 of (5,402. This is doing well, and judging from the amount of travel, the road warrants a hand some dividend to the stockholders. Each train, going west, has an immense number of passengers aboard. One evening last srock, the five o'clock train, west, was com posed of fifteen first clnss, two second class, four baggage cars and was drawn by two locomotives. The present week there has not been so great a rush, and the amount seems to be abating. Doesticss, in giving tv acco...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 10 November 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, Nov. 10, 1854. Fresh from IIilicon! A poet in the Keens Republican, celebrating the work of Dame Nature, has an idea which come rery near being original, if it ba not quite o: And then "8h nut mad woman so th itory goes With o improved materiel and art; Oar har a foiro, lha clinicttat ona of thoaa -, That make an (hi beautiful, and to her heart A power lo soften man'a and forced Ih roie It blushing lint to har aoft cheek Impart Then chapped the rainbow up. and with the cliipt 6b went to work and fin-.ahed oft her lips!" Rich LkttbI Tha Troy Daily Timet, states that a clorgytnao of that city, marri ed roung ooupla ona evening laat week. After the ceremony bad been performed, one of the groomsmen slyly banded the Reverend gentleman the following note, containing a ten dollar bill, as Lis "fee" for tying the knot: "Mr Vbrt Dbar Sin: You did me up brown this morning, and I thank you for the verv agreeable manner in which you performed the service of either rende...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 17 November 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL: JOHN MASTTn &. ISAAC M. KEELER. Publishers and Proprietors. The JOUR NAT. i publisher) every Friday saernins;. OFFICE in Backlanrl's Block third sloryj Fretnent, Sandusky Coaety, O. TERMS. Oae eopr. per year, in advance, hj mall t,50 f eld within the rear, 9.00 After the aspiration of the year. . S.flU Tews eubenriliere, will be eliarfed $ 1,75, In advance, the difference In the Html between th price on pariers delivrred In town and those lent by mail, le occasioned by the ex pense of earning. HOW TO STOP A T-APBR. First ee'e that you have paid for It np to the lime von wish it to atopi notify the Pont Mas ter of your desire, and ask him to Inform the publisher, under Ilia frank, (a hp ia authorized o dn) of your wih to discontinue. U No paper discontinued until all arrears- f e are paid, except at the option of the pub ialiars. - aiTian) Anv rtisiko. Oie square 13 linea firat Inaerlion, $0 5(1 do each additional inaerlion, 95 do Three months, 3.0) "" do Six mon...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 17 November 1854

Shipwreck and Loss of Life. Hy the wril of th North Stat, t New York en lb Oth lnt, bringing Sn I'rio Ueo date to Oct. 16th, have tbe intet (Igenee pf tb wreck of the steamer Van h Blade, which left Sun Francisco on the 0lh of September, with 800 passenger, Jo addition to the erew. Tbe ccount by ft CahfctnU paper I a follow: ' "The steamship Yanket Blade which left Sea Francisco on the 30th Sept. for Panama,' wm wrecked the following day. She bad on board 800 passenger beside the erew. She struck on a reef of rucks off Toint Arquello, 15 nrles above Point Cor rsption. Fifteen lives and all the specie on board, $153,000, were lust The ship was a total wreck and in a day or two went to pieces. ' A fog hung upon the coast and the Captain supposed the ship to be twen ty miles from land. Some terrible scenes of pillage, acd it is aid of murder, took place on board of the teekel after she struck, and before the pas senger were rescued by the steamer Go liah, between San Francisco and San ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 17 November 1854

FREMONT J0UHNAL7 Friday, Nov. 17, 1854. Public Lectures. "Bataiid TiTLon it now 'out' having duliverod h ! first lecture in Ostrego, last Tuesday evening. He bus three new lec tures for use, besides the two used Inst win ter. Out west societies who desln) bis ser vices should speak in seasOn'i1' . Nothing conduces so much to the enjoy went of winter evenings hs good and whole tome lecture s, and no man is better calcu lated to deliver lectures tlinn Bayard Tay lor, Having traveled in almost every cli mate, visited the different provinces, king doms, ito., and made himself familiar with their forms of government, bo is eminent in bis qualifications as a lecturer; and aside from these, bis brilliant wit, together with Ins almost unparalleled eloquence, render Lira one of the first and mpst remarkable men of the age. Why should Fremont not procure his services, at least for one lecture ? But says the Inquisitive reader, who will take hold of this matter? who is willing to rutt the risk...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 17 November 1854

FAEMONT JOUIINAU : ', Friday, Not. 17, 1854. Sonnet. flsvlor and Lord beloved, whst somegs new Khali Thy ohurch givs Thee ia then Ister dsys, WU there it notliinf sew no torn I of praies Thai ages have not sung, nor worehl duo That huh sot long besa paid? faithful t nd trot Oar hearts oro beating la Theei eon wo raies Kiammri for victorias of graoet llmml all oar iiU be oo paro oad fsw? O vein and oarthly with, thai would bo groat In ever-serving I ralhor mar oro lia la meekest self-devotion al Thy feat, Aad weAel. tho quiol hours aa t'hsy pass by, C'aatonl cod Urenklul fur occasion shown To naka old ssrvice and old faith oar own. [Henry Alford. The Bible. The Bibld tnusl be the work of good mer. r inge's; of bad moo or devfe, or of God. It could not be the tnTention of good men tr angels, for (bey neither would nor could nuke a book and lell lie all the lime they werw writing it, saying, 'thus saiib the Lord,' whan it was their own invention. . It could not be 'he invention of bad ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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