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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 24 November 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL; JOHN MAS TIN &. ISAAC M. KEELER. Publisher tins' Proprietor. The JOURNAL it pdhtished every Friday nornlng. OFFICII in Buokland's Block third lory! Fremont, Sandusky Cootjr , O. TBRM8. On copy, per year, in adranca, by mall $1,50 f aid within the year, 9.00 After the expiration of the year, 2 SO Town subscribers, will be charged f 1,75, In advance, the difference in the terma between the price on papers delivrred in town and those tent by mail, ia occasioned by th ex ponas of carrying. now TO STOP A PArSR. Firat aee that you hare paid for it np to the time Ton wish it to atop; notify the Poet Mai ler of yonr desire, and ask him to inform the publisher, nnder hi frank, (aa he ia authorized la do) of your wish to discontinue. U Nn paper discontinued until all arrears ffes are paid, except at the option of the pub lisher. -v v RATES OF ADVKRTI6ISO. One square '13 lines first insertion, 0.51 do rich additional Insertion, 35 do Three months. 3,0) rie Hi months, 3,51 ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 24 November 1854

Sandwich Islands. The Albany Evening Journal hat late reliable information a to the tale of the treaty negotiation! between the Govern tnent of the Islands and our Commissioner. The Journal aaya the idea of annexation is popular, at the Islands except with Prince Alexander, the beir apparent This opposition threatened to defeat the project The Prince was implacable the real bat not the avowed, cause of his hos tility being based upon the fact that while traveling in thii country a few years since, add when on board of a New York and Boston steamboat, he teat not permitted to talc a teat at the tupper table on account of htt tolori 1 bat insult still rankle in the breast of the Prince, lie would pre fer to hare the Islands pass into the hands ofhogland, where pejudlce is no less po tent, and from whom he could hope to re tain hie titles and dignities, which he seems to hold in greater esteem than the annuity which annexation to the United States would secure to him. Events have recen...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 24 November 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, NotTIWI. TuANKsaiviNQ. Nrx( Thurstlny Iia been let "part bj tlie Governor of Ohio, n day of Thanksgiving and Prnyer. We hope the day will be observed hero, but not in klio mnner llittt it ii generally celebrated, by it err lain cUss, in drinking, fighting nd quarrelling A dny of thanksgiving to the Almighty, for pt favord and Liming U what we want and which should, bo ob erred by every one, without distinction of age or rank. No people on the f'ice of the enrth are under greater obligation! to the Sjprerae lleirig than the good people of Ohio. True, the past summer and fall lias been one of sickness and denth, yet our blessings have been numerous and great We have just been delivered from the blighlniri, influence of locofocoisra, and laveocracy, and is it not obligatory on the republicans of Ohio to returu their sincere thanks to Him for this timely dvliverence? We would respectfully suggest to those who love humanity better than gormandize ing, that they s...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 24 November 1854

The Shipwreck. Ths diy I trone, Ths nigh I comes on, .Tie breei it light sod free; And lbs diUnt short) Is sees, do mors Tor ths darkness on th set, J . Ths scattering cloutls v -. Tbs moon enshrouds, At they float on the brie ales; .. a And heavy swells A tsU foretell Of the brewing ttorm at tea. Now the thunder roar "' O'er the distant shore. Best the lightning dart with gl ' Ana me pressing tail ""Telia the coming gale That iball sweep the troubled tea. Now stead bands ' And brief commands Soon reduce each swelling sail, Vet tbe raging blast Breaks tbe sturdy maat, A o'er tbem drives Ibe gale. In fury raves - Tbe mountain waves, ' Stoat hearts are seen to quail. .; Harkl bark, that shock, She strikes a rock, The j perish in tbe gale. Tbe furious blast '. To tbe lea has psssed, Tbe dark clouds now have fled, And the silvery light Of the moon so bright Beams fresh O'er the sea and deed. Mrtsto at Home. Music seems to make borne pleasant, by engaging many of its in mates in a deligh...

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 December 1854

; FREMONT JOURNAL: ;10HN MA8T1N& ISAAC M. KEELKR. Publishers and Proprietors. The JOURNAT, It published every Friday morning. OFFICE in Backlnnd'i Block third itoryi Fremont, Sandusky Cooaty, O. -TERMS. On eopy, per year, in advance, by mail fl.SO raid Within (ha yar, S.OO After tha expiration of the year, 2.60 Tw subscribers, will be charged $1,75, in . advince, the difference in the terma between the prioe on papers delivrred in town and ' llioie tent by mn.il, ia occasioned by tha ex i penes of carrying. to . . HOW TO STOP A PArER. , First aee that you have paid for it np to the time yea wish it to etopi notify the Poet Mas , ler of yuur desire, and ask him lo inform the publisher, under hie frank, (an he ia authorized let do) of your wish to discontinue. ET No paper dissoutinued until all arreara ges are paid, except at the option of the pub lishers. ' RATK3 OF ATIVBIUTSIHO. Oaa annate 13 lines first insertion, $0.50 da each additional insertion. 25 ' do Three months, 3,0J 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. — 1 December 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE BALTIC. By this steamer w have four days later .'Intelligence from the seat of war.- Sevas i lopol still .olds out egoinsl tla Alliea t Tbra baa bean eonsidarsble aharp fighting, and tha Iota oo botb sides baa keen severe. The aeoounts say thst from tba 38th Oct . to tba eight of tha 6th Nor. the conflict 'waieonlinuou. The news by tbe next! ' steamer ifl ba awaited with much inter . ML Below wa give tha aeeonot of the en ! tszamwitt on tha 6th and 7th of Novem ber, M Slated by tbe English, French and 1 Russian General! Battle of November 5th. ENGLISH ACCOUNT. Eeglish advice from Bucharest of the i lOlh elate that on the morning ol tbe Sth, Prinoe Menchikoff's wholo army attacked Line Englieb position.. .'A aangunnry battle . ensued, which laated till 4 in the afternoon. - Tba allies obtained a decisive victory. Thar war severe losses on botb sides Tha English took many hundred prisoners. Qsnerals Butler, Adams, Bentintk, Torreus and (it was aaid) also Gen. Sir O. Bro...

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 December 1854

FREMONT JOURN A L. Friday, Dec. 1, 1854. AitOTHin Changs: I Railroad Time, has been mnJe on the C. k T. fond. We cen't tell our friends at what hours tho cure Wave. Enquire at tlie depot. Aotiiir Dc ho la nr. Tlio Ticket Office of the C. A T. Railroad, Rt this place?, wee entered oq last Saturday night by tome person, and twenty-6ve or thirty dollars stolen, which was all the office contained.- The office was entered by moans of a hole being bored banoutli the spring that held the window sash down And thus an en trance was effected. A. rather suspicious character was ar rested on Sunday night as being implicated in the deed, and, had a hearing before Es quire Younliman oc Monday morning. Circumstantial evidence was strong against him, and be was requried to give a bail bond of five hundred dullars for hit appear ance at the next term of Court, and failing to do this, was incarcerated in jniL SawTiRosD.-Tbe two scamps who en tered the jewelry store of the Messrs. Lep pelmao, last Jul...

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 December 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, Dec. 1, 1854. Remember the Poor. Wheaehlll November' rly blart, J '-' ' Make (SeMa and fore ber," 'l And driving snows snd nlppinf froct, -' rtll mil lh wintry v ' -Whiln without I ehlll and cold, ' l'Aadl within cheer. Ohl think of thou whose woeful lot " I cheerl ess, dark ind drear. " r 8LtCT10Hi FOB A PaIER. Most people think lb selection of amiable mailer for a newspaper tbe easiest part of the buainess. How great an error I It ia, by all mean, the nost difficult. T look wt-r hundred of eichaitge papera every week, from which to aelcct enough for one, especially when tbe question it not what shnll, but wfint shall mot be elected, ia no easy task If erery person who reada paper could hare edited it we should hear less complaint Not un- frequently is it tbe ease that an editor looks orer il hit exchange paper for something interesting, and can absolutely 6nd nothing. Erery paper ia dryei than a contribution bos. and yet something must be had ; his paper m...

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 December 1854

, FREMONT'. JOURNAL: isaac m . "k v. ii n n , Publisher nml Proprietor, Tin JOUR!.!. In puhlished every Fridny "eraiujr. OFFICE in IlueM.ntd' Blocs third ttoryi Fre tnonl, Sandusky County , O. TttltMq. Op eopy, per yesr, in advance, fiy mail $ 1 ,50 rari wiihia lha year, 3.01) After th xpiration of j-enr, 3 5H Town aubscribers, will lia i-harffd 1,75, in dvance, tha difference in the lerma helwe-;n' b price on papers dolirrr.d in (own and thoaa sent by mail, it occasioned by the ex . penae of cring. HOW TO STOP A PAPER, First see that you have paid fur ll an lo (ho time yon wieh it to atop; notify the Toil Mas ter of yoar desire, nnd auk him to Inform the publisher, nnrfer hia frank, (aa ho is anthnriied le do) of your with to iliscontinne. W No piper discontinued until all arrenra- ( are paid, except at the option of the pub she ra. .rv -V . RATB9 OP ADVKimsiNO. Oa Square 13 linee first insertion, $0.5") d fi-'i adilitionni inserliun, 1!5 Three months, 3,0 1 do Six mouths, 3,51 One...

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 December 1854

Kansas Territory. A taction for Delegate in Congve ' from Kaniat Territory took place yesterday. r Tbe Ksnsae Pioneer, of lbs 22d, published at Kiekspoo City, it full of electioneering ' article The qntttion of free or ilave ter rier divide the people, end w tbe only Issue made. 0n. J. W. Whitfield wm the ' Pquatttn' candidate, and a pro-etarery n.d Ha waa ormoted b Hon. Hubert P. ' yieuniken, a tba candidal of the and sla- i very party. A number of the tnoet prorata ' ant eitiien of the territory istued an ad drew before tbe election, in which they peak of Mr. Flenoiken bating received assurance from the chief of tbe Abolition eettlemtnt at Wakarnta, that they would ' givs biro one thousand vote; Hill, ilieeme that he waa put forward by a committee, aome of whom claim to be "anti-slavery men eadf aome pro-slavery mea." In a few day we aball hare the rctult. Si. Louii Republican. The 8l. Louie Republican of Ilie let bat lection relurna enough from Kantaa to how that the plan of Sena...

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 December 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, Dec. 8, 1854. Religions Notice. The Rl. Rev. (.haulm r. Mctl.VAISt, Dish op of lh Diocese of Ohio, nill preach In St. Paul Cttarcn in thi pine, on Teesdsy vn Inf of neit Work, at 7 o'clock. Fremont Library Association. witn pleasure that we now iinnouncu tlia opening of tlm room of this society. A spacious anJ well arrnngod ronm lias been procured in Mr. Nuns' block, which will be opened, every evening, (Sundays excepted,) to which the young nun of our tow a may repair, for the acquisition of use ful knowledge, instead of "pending their evening in idleness or in placet of dissipa tion, to the mind as well at the body. The Library is well tilled with a choice selection of literary, scientific and miscellaneous works, which ought not to remain on the shelves unread, and the licit stores of their knowledge locked security within their lids Let them be consulted daily, nightly, by the young men of Fremont, then will this association accomplish the high otjecl at...

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 December 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, Dec. 8, 1854. Hidden Light. , . r- I mack mistrust Hi vole Tht sy (II heart' are cold, , . That mr lf-lniret rign, . ...... , Aid ill i bought and told. ' " " I mneh milrnl tin man ' " - Who will not itrlr la find Bam latent virtue io Th ol of ll mankind. T! If too mt fonnt . If al!d and 'dry, I know II ned a wir lund T make tb water flow. If JOB will (till appaat I To Evil rif in all, , . I know damon band Will anwt to yoaroall. t Bat when lh Lord was gone Tha Lord who earn to to, - Two Angel fair and bright Sat watching by tha grave. And from that bleaeed hour, With an immortal mien, la every tomb of Uood 8m angel it unn. . Thapll to bring it fortkt . , With lowly gntl mind, . - , With patient lore and trntt, Go aoek and yaahall find! Dou. PHrnoLOOT. Two little girla, one rejoicing in blue ribbons, the other in pink, were bewailing their domestic misfortune io mock maternal language. 'Where ii your dolly V asked piuk rib bons of her little neighbor. . 'Dea...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 15 December 1854

FftEMONTjJOURNAL:.. ' ISAAC Mi K E M Ti E li , Publisher find Proprietor '.i (, Th JOURiMl, li puhlisUil every Friday morning. OFFICE--in Bucklnnd's Block lUird story; Fremont, Sandusky County , O. ' " '' TERMS.-- " One copy, per year, madvanoe, by mailt 1,50 t aid within the year, . , i?,00 After the expiration of the year, ' 8,.r0 Ton subscribers, will be charged f 1,75, In .advance, the difference in the terms between the price on papers delivrred in town and those lent by mail, it occasioned by the ex pense ef earning. HOW TO 8T01" A PAPER. First See that you have paid for it np In the time you wish It to atopt notify the Post Mas ter of your desire, and ask him to inform the publisher, under hie frank, (at ho ii authorized le do) of your wiah to discontinue. It? No paper diseoutinued until all arreara- f eaare paid, except at the option of the pub iaheri. RATK8 OF ADVERTISING. Cm iiuare 13 linesfirst insertion, 40,51 do each additional insertion, S5 do . Three months. 3,00 do S...

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

ARRIVAL OF THE UNION. New York, Dec. 9. ,., The , U. 8. mail steamship tmo. Capt .Adams, arrived IasI night at on o'clock, bringing four days inler from Europe; having lft Havre on the 21st ult, and Southampton on ih 22d. ult. , ToeU, 8. mail steamer Washington ar iWed on her war to Bremen on the 18 lb. ' Tha steamer Niagara from Boston to Halifax, reached Liverpool on the 2 lit , , The dispatches to the scat of war contin ued without intermission, evert available aleamship waa taken up by the govern ment for the purpose stated in tha London Time that British Government is now pav ing at the rata of three million sterling per annum wr the charter or steamers alone, beeidea tha cost of fuel. The alarm in England seems to be sub siding as to the position of the allied armies in the Crimea. . A winter campaign in the Crimea will evidently take place, and wooden Barracks lor 20,000 men am being snipped by toe British Government, A dispatch from Ual aklava of the 7th of November received...

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 December 1854

girt notice of discontinuance of contract enate amended the bill by striking out clause. The two Homes failed to agree afterwards. Mr. Broadhesd now moved that tbe bill be referred to Committee on Post RosJs. Mr. Hamlin urged that the natter be laid over till after Mr, Rusk had rrired. Mr. Hunter said he was willing to wait till that time, lie deemed that the bill, at the time, could be referred to the chair. Decided that tbe bill came up as usfinished business. Mr. Miller proposed to postpone the matter one week. Mr. Sewara moved it be laid on the table Agreed to. Adjourned. Washington, 12. Sesats Mr. Jones of Tennessee gave notice of a bill extending three rears, the time for the collection of duties on railroad (ran imported by railroad companies. Mr. Shields introduced bills for the improvement tf the Illinois river, and the Waukegsn Har bor, referred. Butler moved that the bill reorganising the Judicial System of the United States. Tbe bill was made the espe cial order fur Janu...

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 December 1854

Friday, Dec. 15, 1854. ' Our Birth. Oar birth ii but a tlesp and forgetting! The oal that tlui with at oar life-star, i Jlslh hid olsewher in setting, ..'is And eometh frwn afari Not iu ntiro rbrgetfulnese, ' or'i And not la alter u.kedness, Dut trailing clouds of (lory do wo coma . God who it our bom. [Woodsworth. Hons Attractioh. See what picture if here drawn (in an nrticla of ihe New York Daily Times) of the ropuliion given to this saciad place bjr f.isbionable lifo in New York: "Why thouU a boy spend his evenings lit borne? What it (here to charm him in that great mansion that pulses with alter nate fever and gloom one niht a hot crowded ptrty of rouged women and silly men ; the next, a dull de-solute urrny of emp ty ebambeie, with the lire J muster of the house snoring on the tufii mid his autirin luJy and daughter ;ip stairs dressing for an other ball. No Crt'HiJu comfort to tempt the young man to his home. Every thing is huge, and splendid aud dismal ; iu self defence he has...

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 December 1854

; FREMONT JOURNAL; , ISAAC M. K 13 13 I 13 It ) Publisher and lroprietort The JOURNAL I published every Frirlsy morning. OFFICE in Btieklnnd' Bloc third storyi Fremont, Sandusky County, O. TERMS. One copy, per year, tn advanoe, by mail $ 1, 50 Paid within the yeer, . 8,(111 After the etpiration of the year, 2.50, Town subscribers, will he charged Jit, 75, In advanoe, thediitorenee in the term between tlie price on paper delivrred in town and those sent by mail, is occasioned by the ex pense ef earning. HOW TO STOP A PAPER. First see that you have pnid for It on to the time you wish it'to etopi notify the !'osl Mns ter of your desire, and auk him to inform the publisher, undor hie frank. (as ho ia authorized te do) of your wUh to discontinue. iLT No paper disenntinued until all nrreara K e are paid, except at the option of the pub lishers. -v . , ItATKI OF ADVEnTIBtSG. a iinare 13 linee firet ineerlion, $0,50 lj each additional Insertion, 25 d , Three in mi lli b B 3,0') do Pit mouth...

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 December 1854

. cf curia is banished from Torkeyv . j : It we reported at Kiel, on the faith of telegraphic, despatch (list on tlx 10(h or SOtb portion of the Russian fleet left Htl ingfocs and captured 2 British cruitr in tbe gulf of Finland. The departure of the British Beet had keen noetDoned till 5th December. ... . . . .. . Navigation of the gulf of Finland wm tilt open, and very little lee from Swea- I . ' fcorff to Constradt The Britiih fleet waa at Kiel Buy. A despatch from Vienna, dated Sunday, No. Hth, lays it ia now positively affirm- ' d that Auitria baa accepted, with some light modification, proposition in the Prue- 1 aian note of the 15ih, a day or two aince. Havana gsr her accession to the policy of Austria on the Oriental question, ana prom king her support in the German district " If thia he correct tlia policy of Austria can hardly be that of the western pow era On the 19th and 20th, Minister Westmore ' land and Bourguensy bad interview with ' Count Buol for the purpose of comm...

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 December 1854

olics, they ware persecuting each other, should be lead suspected to be the enoraiei of civil and religious liberty. But the Catholics of Maryland gave the first example io this country of civil and re ligioui liberty. Therefore, Catholics are least to bo stis- Jiccted aa the enemies of civil and religiou iberty in this country. My major proposition utelf evident. Ths minor is proven most tonclusively from Sparks' life of Lord Baltimore and Ban crofts history of those times. They receiv ed the persecuted from the other colonies with open arras, nnd when those same Pro testants had the power they persecuted the Catholics who protected them. Bring along Frank, and Sam, Frank's brother, and Ned and Dick, and all such, and this historical Jact will remain as a proof that Catholics can and art as much in favor of civil and religious liberty as any other people under the sun. In conclusion, I will give you this piece of information, Mr. Frank, that we Catho lics, in this place, have given...

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 December 1854

FREMONT JOURN A L.. ; daJ PcCt 1S5I. ' TUe Paiting Venr. . From ih old woods, dim and lonely ; 'Cooip it monn; -. There the winds ars aighing only Summer gonel : All the bright and sonny boors," ' All the green and leafy bowers. With tlio Summer' lutest Bowers , Are faded now i ' And llie brow . Of the waning year, Mrs been tinged with dyiiitr leaves; - And the gathering of the sheaves , Tells v Autumn's h re. Now tlio winds go loadlr moaning, , , Through the vh1s; Mournful tales Of decays that shiftly gither, Of the coming wintry weather, Of the snow that like feather ' Boon will fall ' " And the call -.' " - ' Ofdenth is sighing, Orcr all the rippling streams; And the SumnW lingr'iiuj gUoms . Aro 3d'y dying. SL-T A ircntloman writes in the M'.im: Farmer 'I loft, J:ist fall, sona pol Uor in the rround m Jul? I'ley were uuro Ihnn as bi-r n?sin ns mv others.' lie stronMy recommends to farmors to plant eomc in the fill and trv the ex-ritnent. I have seen some that others hivo r.iiso.d...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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