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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 February 1855

S, fid will Sit After the n.... i s- FREMONT JOURNAL! " ISAAC 31. KE EL E It, -; i' Publisher and Proprietor. ''the JOURNAL is published everv Friday meraing. OFFICE in Buckland'a Block third ttori s, Fremont, Sandusky County , O. . , .. TEUM9. . .-. mm ma vear. -- .3(11) expiration of the rear o rn own subscribers, will ha rl, dvauce,the difference in the trmi between the price on papers delivrred in town and these sent by nviil, is occasioned by the ex ' " penee of carr; ing . " 0V TO STOP A rPKK. ' ' First aee that yoa havs paid Tor it op to the time yoa wish it'toetop; notify the Pot Mas ter of yonr desire, and ask hire to iuio n the publisher, under hisfrank. (as ha is authorized do) of your wish to discontinue. ' OjN pnpef discontinued nntit all arreara ges are paid, except at the option of lit pub lishers. Due sjaara 13 Tinea Brat insertion, $0.51 da .ich additional insertion, 25 d j Three nionthe, 3,0 lie Six months, 3,5'l '' do ' One year. ' ' 'S.t-0 o squares, Six months, ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 February 1855

Arrival of the Africa. New York. Jan. 30. steamship Africa arrived at Halifax this forenoon, wilh regular dates one week later than by tbe Paciffic. Tha War news is entirely unimportant. , Nothing of a decisive character had occur red before SeaBstopoL and the state of af fair was wholly unchanged. Negotiations . are still in progress, but nothing is certain respecting them. There is a remarkable abscence of all cows in relation to the process of the eeige of Sebastopol and the pending negotions at Vienna. From the Utter many look for peace, whi'e others fear war on a more ex tended scale will result. The British and French Plenipotentiaries tare received instructions to re-open ne gotiations, and Gortschakoffhas likewise re ceived his instructions, but their purport is secret. .Rumor has it that they are of a pacific nature ; and one report says he is nuthorixed to aocept any terms but a reduc tion of the Russian fleet in tbe Black Sea and the occupation of Russian territory. Austr...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 February 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, Feb. 2, 1S55. ST Th soul-stirring liaes quoted below are pertinently adapted to tliii period of the ytir. It ia pleaiaut to read each poetery, when the sound of tinklipg Wilt it heard at sery breath you draw, aid is lost to the ear by the peal of merriment without: Hark the cuttere with their belli! Silver bell! chiming belli! What a tale of merriment Their melodr foretells. At they tinkle, tinkle, tinkle, Ca the icy air of night. Till the atari that over-sprinkle . All lite heaveua, teem to twinkle With a nebulous delicht Keeping lime time tune, Ia e kind of runic ryhme To the tiutinabulation That to musically ewells beilt. From the rhyming and the chiming of the - Abscosdkd, from Fremont, on the morn ion; of the 14th ult, Fked Fries, owing us t(,00, which we would be very much ob liged to him if he trill send to us. We un derstand he lias gctio to Cincinnati Peo ple will do well to keep a sharp ere on htm. He is depraved at the heart or he would Dot cheat ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 February 1855

f FREMONT JOURNAL. - Friday, Feb. 2, 1855. What is a Year? Wkii yearf 'Ti bat a On lifa'a dark rolling stream, ".Which ia eoquKkly eon thai w Acooant it but a dream. ' 'Tie hot a single earnest throb Of Time's old iron heart, " ' Which tireleM now, ud strong as when ' At first with life did start. .What U a year? 'Tim but a torn . - Of Time'i old bUieR wheel, . , Or bat a page upon the book i Which lima mutt shortly seal. .Tia bat a atep Boon the road Which we ma't travel e'er, .A few more atepaand we ah all walk Life' weary read ao more. What ia a yearT 'Tia but a breath From Time' old nostrils blown, Aa ruahiog enward o'er Ilia earth, We hear hit weary moan. 'Tia like the bubble on the wave,' ' Or dew apon the lawn, A transient as tbe mist or mora Deneaib tha summer's auu. . - ; What is a year? 'Tia but a type ' . " Of life'a oft changing scene, ., .Youth's bappy mora comes jaily on . " W ilh bills and valley green. .. . Kelt Summer's prime succeeds the Spring, Then Autumn with 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. — 9 February 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL: ISAAC M. KEELER, Publisher and Proprietor. The JOURNAL is published averv Friday "morning. OFFICE in Buck-land's Block thirdstory; Fremont, Sandusky County, O. —TERMS.— Oaacopy, prryear, in advance, by nail $1,50 Paid wuliiu the year, . ?,00 ATlsrilie expiration of the year. v 9,50 Town subscribers, will be chareetTS 1,75, in , advance, the difference in the terms between - the $rie en paper delivrred in town and those sent by rani I, is occasioned by the exfcuse of carr iog . , HOW TO STOP A PAPER. 'First see that yon have paid forit op to the time yoa wish it to stop; notify the Post Mas ter of your desire, and ask him to inform the publisher, under his frank. (b he is authorized is do) of your wiah to discontinue. .. (LT No paper distontinued until all arreara ges are paid, except at the option of the pub- ishers. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Dae ia-r113 lines first iusertion, $0,51 '- Ai e tch additional insertion, 25 ) Three months, 3,0) do , - Six months, 8,53 tie On...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 February 1855

J...L"- "I II' " M I IN .... ..THE-JOUKNAL; , ;';,.. .-FREMONT, OHIO. ,,: , TbAAo1. KiKELEU, Editor.! Friday, February 9. 1855. Know Nothings--Slavery--The Democrat. Our neighbor, in tit last issue, is out in sundry! articles on what be terns Know XNothingism, in most of which' be charges '"lis ihh being in tie employ of the concern, under their control., lie also charges us with being a member of the mysterious or Jr, and endorsing all their prinoipk. He aTlegci that it is a slavery movement, and ""jthal we are inconsistent in supporting them. .t.At usual, pur neighbor is drawing upon fertile imagination, and a perverted one that, for what he says of us; and so far Tr.-;' ' ,- i ...... 'icij w toucerneu, every allegation made,' is. unsupported by a single fact; on e.the contrary, the proof so far aa we can by circumstances, the elections and jlh'e organs of tne party, is on the other side. .J. '-AVe stated in our paper of the lflih ult, so far aa we were able to judge, the new part...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 February 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. if Friday, Feb. 9, 1S55. Last Call. Tbe drawing of the Cosmopolitan Art and Lilertry Association bat been postponed Until Uio.28.:h irst., at wbich time -it will positively talc place. Subscriptions receiv td until tbc25th insL, by , C. M. FOUKE, Hon, Sec'y. Ttu Ark, for February, is on our tabta containing much that is of interest to the or der in this State. It should be in the bands of every Odd Fellow. Published by A. E. Gtxx, at Columbus, for $1,00 per year; subscriptions can be left with us at tbe Journal Office. ' Thi Wnio Almasac, and Uuited States Register for IS55 Greely Ss McEirath, New York. Tbe Whig Almanac has been published for several years, and can justly be called one of tbe standard works of tbo country. Tb contents are very valuable, embracing vast amount of information which is of isiportar.ee to every one who is desirous of being posted up in the great events of 1854. ! The Ohio Joursal of EnrjciTtox for February, is published, containing the f...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 February 1855

Petition for Partition. Court of Common Plea, of Sandusky County, ... and Stat of Ohio. M. TTLER, -' against John 8f. Tyler, ' : Maria Hick, ' -Charles Hick, John W. Tyler. Morris E. Tyler, Ralph P. Buckland, Sophia Trior, Sally Scott, Joseph Van Doren. Gaorg Van Doren, 1 1 lUE above aamed defendants will no- JL UM Inat a petition wa tiled ngiusl then on lha twenty-third dv of Januirr. A. D eighteen hundred and 6l"ivfiv, in the Court of Common flea of Sandusky Countr, and Stale of Ohio, by the aaid George M. Tyler, and is Bow pending, wherein the mid George M. Ty ler demande partition of the fullowiu? describ ed lenda and tenement! aituate in said Sandut- ky county, lo-wit: The aouih-weel quarter of section one, town ahip number four, uorth of range number thir teen containing one hundred and eiitv acr-a. and the south -east qnar;er of the north-weet quarter of saic aection number one, containing thirty-fivo aorea. Aieo, tract Bomber one hundred and thrty ix of Maamee and Western Re...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 February 1855

Fremont journal; ISAAC M. KEELEIt, PabWaher and Proprietor. . The JOURNAL is published every Friday toerning. OFFICE in Buckland'e Block third story; Fremont, Saodusk) County , O. TI81IS. One eopy, jfjrir, ia advance, by malt$l,50 f aid wit'hia the year, S.03 After the expiration of(h year. iV- 3,50 Town aabscribera, will be chargca Jtt,5, ia advance, the difference ia the term a between tha price on papers delivrred ia town and those tent by mail, i occasioned by the ex f pease efcarr ing . now to stop a paper. ; First tee that yea hare paid fori! up te the time yoa wish it to stops notify tha Poat Mas ter of yonr desire, and aak him to inform the publisher, ander his frank, (as he ia authorized te do) of yoar with to discontinae. ;4-T No paper dissonlinaed until all arreara ges are paid, except at the option of tha pnb is a are. KATES or ADVERTI8ISO. Oas aare '3 lines first insertion, .do each additional insertion( do '. Three months, do "' Six months, ' - lo - One year. Two sqaar...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 February 1855

Sandwich Hands. 'Th? dates 7r(w :lh Sandwich' islands reach to Dee. 23. From the correspond-,r- cnee of Tk Alia California we take the a following particular of the death of King t Ksmehameha: -. '.;-.::.;:'. . ,-. i- The lata King, a I informed you in my 1 last, was said to be serious! ill on the 12 th, M- but next morning, hopes were entertained of his recovery. On the same evening, however, he began to siuk, nature being f.rComplte!y exhausted, and on the 1 5th, at v 15 minute to noon, the attending physi i ciau announced "Ilia Majesty is dead." ...The battery on Punch-Bowl Hill immedi--. ately commenced firing minute guns, and b thtioundof the first gun had scarcely t died away, when the voice of the crier was -; heard proclaiming Liholiho as Kamehame-.-, ha IV, "by will of his late Majesty, sod the '.vols of the House of Nobles, King ofjbe Hawaiian Islands." Stores and places of i- business generally, were closed ; and the .1 mournful sound of minute guns was con . tinued until...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 February 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, Feb. 16, 1855. Death of an old Citizen. Hon. Samlil Trsat, vbo having been for upwards of 30 year a resident of this count?, died V hia mklonce in Ballville township; an the rnorhihg tif the 14in inst. of dropsj aged about 63 years. lie rep resented tills county ia the Ohio Legislature eighteen or twenty years nyo. His funeral will be attended at the Methodist Church, ia tills place, at 1 o'clock this afternoon. ; V;.J . - ' ( Anniversary Festival. j . Crchis Lodos No ?7, I.C.O.F., cele brated their Ninth Anniversary by a Social Party at their Hall, on Ft May evening of List week. Seldom, if ever, has it been our privilege to participate in so pleasant and joyous a meeting. There is nothing which see rat to bind a body more indissolubly to gether, than the practical teachings of thtir motto "Friendship, Love and Truth." That feeling was truly and characteristicly vinced by the brethren present on that oc casion.. About forty gentlemen, all mem bers of the 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. — 16 February 1855

-V, petition for Partition. Ceart of Common Plea, of Sandusky County, ad Suto of Oslo. GEORGE M. TYLER, - against John 8. Tjrler, Mario Hicks, Charles Hicks, John W. Trier. Morris E. Tyler. ' Ralph r. Bucklaud, Sophia Tyler, Rally Scott, Joseph Van Doren. George Vaa Doren, . THE above named defendant will take "o tiee that a petition was filed again them on the twenty-third day of January, A. D. eighteen handred and fifty-five, in the Court of Common Plea of Saadutky County, and Stale of Ohio, by the eaid George M . Tyler, and it now pending, wherein the eaid George M. Ty ler deinanda partition of the following describ ed leudi and tenemeata eituate in said Sdoduv ky county, to-wit: The eouth-weat quarter of aeetion one, tcwn ahip number four, north of raage number thir teen containing one handred and aixty acrea, and the aouth-eaat quarter of tna north-weet quarter of eaid aectioa number one, containing thirty-fire acme. Alto, tract number one hundred and thrty ail of Maomee and We...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 February 1855

FREEMONT JOURNAL: ISAAC M. KEELER, Publisher and Proprietor. - Tlie JOURNAL i published evervFridsy L morning. OFFICE ia Buckland's Block . thirdstory; Fremont, SanduskvCounty, O. On copy, per yew, ta advenes, by mail$ 1,50 faid within the year, - 1 900 AftertheexpirationoftheyeafY' ' 2.50 Toaa subscribers, will be sharped 51.75. in advaoce.thedilTerencciu the terms between ' -; the price on papers delivrred in town and I these tent by mail, ie occasioned by the ex panse of carrjing. , . , i. i , , 'y . BOW TO STOP A PAPER. " ' Flrataee that you have paid for it op to the ..tints you wish it to stop ; notify the Post Mat ter of your desire, and ask him to inform the - su alienor, under his frank, (as he is authorized t ,o da) of yoar wish to discoutiune. . . -- Uj No psper dissoutinued until all srresra- tea are paid, except at the option of the pub . lis he re. . - ,- ,.-.....-.;.' : : . RATS'? OF ADVaKTISISQ.';.. v ' One square 13 linee first insertion, . $0,51 ' do each additiona...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 February 1855

Siege of Sevastopol. u'.a, 9 w -ft - It w staled by the Asia that two Jiwiions vTihe French armv have taken tip a ' new Ttonilioa en the lintish rivbt, m order to ' 'atop supplies from reaching1 Sfbnstopol by i lh tie road which" tho Russian have ! tnnde from Iukermann. Il it also stated thai the French bare undertaken to hold ! tbe whole British wr-rkt. lt "'! Jan. 12. Ssveral desertions to tbe Rus-"i- liana bare been reported. There it noth , ' log done by tbe British, except getting op t.i abet, the!! and provision. . The Freach and Russians exchange a few shots, and a - -eonsinoi ore u Kept op oy in tinemeo. ja.-' Last night was the coldest yrt experienced. - ' K Daring tbe night a body of 250 Russians attacked a point on the French lines, when i sharp conflict ensued, and 40 Russians 4 "R vara kiUed witk the baronet TIia PVanrh " force now onmbera eight divisions of 03, ' WO men, and tbe ninth division ia on , . y to the Crimea. the i' Jan. 18. " The Russians celebrated tbeir ;...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 February 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, Feb. 23, 1855. St. valentine. This old Saint ha loil all hit dignity, or oU votaries disobey order. Hi day hM degenerated i.ito a aeason of licensed vul garit v, spite, insult and blackguardism. Ia its observance, some of our young folks show a beggarly appreciation of pun ty and decency. If it is true that birds on this day choose their mates in a loving de cent manner, it follows to certainty, that the gnnder is a superior animal, to some . f our joung fowls without feathers. We have been told of several instances where the custom of sending communica . tiont on paer on this day, has been used ' in a way which under any other circum stances might be detected perhaps, and a : raw hide ended the correspondence by a most righteous application to the skin of a Ban covering the attributes of the beast ! Setter have no such custom than by its ob- acrvance, display the anarch of depravity. gr We call attention to a communica tion in our paper to-day, in regard to...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 February 1855

Petition for Partition. Court of Cemmoa Pleas, ef Sandusky Connty, nno state el umo. OEOROE M. TYLER, . .. - against - ... .- . Jehu S. Tyler, . . , ... Maria (licks, . v Charles Hicks, John W. Tyler. " Morris E. Tyler, - - -Ralph P. Backlaad, Soehia Tyler, -:' Rally Scott, - ' -Joaaph Van Dorea. George Vaa Deraa, - - TUB above named defendants will take no tice that petition was filed (gainst (hero a the twenty-third day of January, A. D. eighteen hundred and fifty-rive, ia the Conrt of emraoa Plea of 8anduaky Coantv, and State if Ohio, by the aaid George M. Tyler, and U w pending, wherein the said George M. Ty ler demands partition of the following describ ed laada and tenement situate ia laid Sandm ky ooanty, to-wit: - The south-west qnarter of section one, town ship number foar, north of raage number thir teen containing on handrod and niity acres, aad the south-eaat quarter of the narth-weit S Barter of laid aeetioa number one, containing urty-five acre. , Alto, tract number on...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 March 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL: ISAAC M. KEELER, Publisher and Proprietor . The JOURNAL U published every rridav 'orninj. OFFiCE in Baekland's Block -Sbirdslory; Fremont, Sandusk) County, O. -TERMS.- , Oneeopy,peryearadvance, by mail:$l,50 Paid within the year, ?i0" .After the expiration ofthe year, 2,50 Town subscribers, will ue cnargeu 91,10, in ' advence.thedifferencein the terma between - the price oa papers delivrred In town and thoaeientby mail,ia occasioned by theeipense of carrying . HOW TO STOP A PAPER. . Firat fen that yon have paid for it np to the time yon wish it to atop ; notify the Poal M ea ter ef yoor desire, and ask him to inform the sablieher, nader hie frank, (aahe iaanlhoriaed io do) of your wish to discontinue. IT No paper diatontinned nntilsllarreara- t ei ato paid, except at the option of the pub lishers. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One fqaare 13 linee firs! insertion, do each additional insertion, 4o Three monthe, do Six months, ' do One veer, f wo sqaares, Six months, do Oneyea...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 March 1855

11 probability, grand battle will certainly -be fought. : - "'" J i A'tlispatch from Warsaw, 5lli :iut , in the Prussian Gazette, states that an order has been received that all the Russian forc es in the vicinity of Cracoo and on the Aus trian frontier should retreat with til dispatch into the interior. r--. , According to a dispatch from Vienna it appears that the Grand Duke Michael is : king ill of ague at Cheraon, and that the Grand Duke Nicholas i at SebastnpoL -According to some accounts the Russian troops are ravishing the Dobrudscha under - the eyes of Gen. Coronini. . ' - The French soldiers are impatient for the assault up in Sevastopol, and Gen. Carrob- . cr has been compelled to moderate their ardor. . The printin j material, book-bindery, li brary and chapel of the English missiona ries, have been titken possession of by the Russisn authorities, and arc offered for sale. The Siege of Sebastopol-A Terrible Picture. The accounts furnished by the corres pondents of the Lon...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 March 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, March 2, 1855. Old Wistf.r, went out growling, and he la left a great many "self evident" facts tlial Va departure was a furfed one. He tends back hit cold chilling blasts, de fiant of the approaches of the young virgin Hnrinrv It WU te SOmo time yeiociurei epnng. It ' " J .... rill be tome nmo yet ociore i shall be relieved from the enacts ot nts ricorous administration. His successor, March, is about as mucb to be feared. His disposition in not the most amiable, for la rages and blusters about furiously, and for thirty-one days will be guest every where, whether welcome or unwelcome, Tor the past two days be has appeared with miles and sunshine. The proverb is, if he oomea in like a lamb, he'll go out like a lion- Haste thee, Spring. ; j The Poor of Fremont Fremont, we are sorry to s7, ha! a few individuals and families in its precincts, wbo are compelled, through no fault of their own, for we have no indolent among ns to ask the aid of society for support...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 March 1855

: 4 Petition for Partition. , Coart of Com mon Pleat, of Sandusky County, no Biaie 01 umo. GEORGE M. TYLER, against John S. Tyler, Maria Hicks, Charles Hick, John W. Trier. Morris E. Tvler, Ra'ph r. Bucktaud, Sophia Tyler, Sally Scott, Joseph Van Dorea. George Yan Dorro, THE. a Wove named defendants will t.ke no tice that a petition w Hlf.) ngaiust them n the twenty-third dv of January. A. D. eighteen hundred and fifty-five, in the Court of Common Pleas of Sandusky Can(r. and Stale of Ohio, by the said Gire iM . 'Tyler, r.d i new pending wherein liie said George M. Ty ler deinandi partition of the following describ d leads and teuements situate in tuid Saudui ky coanty, to-wil: The south-west quavler of section one, town ship number four, uorh of rasge number thir teen cniaiuing one hundred and eirty acres, and the south-east quar.er of the uerth-west quarter of said section number one, resuming thirty-fire acres. Also, tract number one hundred and thrty ix of Maumee and Western Res...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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