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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 March 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL: 'ISAAC M. KEELEBj Pabliaher a4 Proprietor. Th. JOURNAL ia publiehed everyFriday en.rniug-.' OFFICE in Buckland'e Block Ihirdstory; Fremont, Sandueky Coonty, O. TERMS. Oat eepy, per year, in advance, by tnail$l,50 f aid within the year, 2,0U After lb expiration oflht year, 2.50 T subscribers, will be charred $1,75, in advance.th.ditTerencein the term between the price oa pipere delivrrod ia town and tboea seat by mail, ia eccaaioaed by tbaes. peas, of carrying . . . HOW TO STOP A TAPIR. Fir at aee that yea hare paid for it ap to the time yoa wish it to atop ; notify the Poll Mat ter of your deaire, and aak him to iaform the aabliaher, ander hia frank, (aaheiaaathoriaed te da) of year wih to discontinue. Id Xo pa par diatontiaeed an til all arreara fi are paid, eicept at the option of the pub lie here. va.va HATES Of ADVERTISIKO. . One ir.13 liaea firat insertion. $0,50 -do each additional insertion. 25 da Three month, - 3,03 do Sis month, 3,51 do One year, 5 PC Twetq...

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 March 1855

Last Day of Congress. Washington, March 3. FRIDAY EVENING'S SESSION. ;.,Sitatb. Mr. Seward called up the bill reported by the Committee on Foreign Af fairs, ia relation to the payment to W. 11. Detows, of N. Y, the sum of 1 12,000 for powder! detsroyed at (bo bombardment of Greytown, and offered s substitute thai the matter be. examined by the proper depart ment, and such sum be paid as may be due." Xbe bill as amended passed. - . . . i - Notice was received that tha House re fuses to accede to tha Senala amendments to the Army bill, and names a committee of conference on the part of that body. .Th Senate receded from its amendment to the bill for a military academy, , : The question of granting extra compen sation to the late ministers to Constantino pie, Peru and Brasil, was disoussed, and the sum of $1800 appropriated to the for mer, the same to the second, and (5000 to the last An amendment was offered appropriating 129,000 "for the publication of the account of the exploring ex...

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 March 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, March 9, 1855. The Festival To raise fundi for tba relief of tle poor, in Fremont, tame off at Buckeye Hall ' on Wednesday night, and it was a grand affair. Over Iwo hundred were in attendance.-! Th receipts were upwards of 175. The upper was prepared solely by the ladies and was of first quality. The fund thus raised will be sufficient to place the Relief Association as permanent society in our town. Rescue No. 1, Hook & LadJcr . Company, will meet at S. BacWsnd's office, on Monday 1 o'clock, P. M, Maroh 12 lb, for the election of offi era and to transact some important busi Best,! A full attendance is desired. J. CLELAND, Foreman. Grab am, for March, haa been received. This popular Magazine loses none of its in terest. " Fmbatb Court. Tho State rs Phillip Grotron, for violation of the liqnorlaw. The charges that defendant bad sold liquor Were not sustained, and he was discharged. Librakt Assocutios. The Second Quarterly meeting of the Association was h...

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 March 1855

17 Ths Richmond Whig thus piously gnash. ee iu teeth at those who sided la the sleetion of Cot. Seward : May life's unbleeeed cup for him J5e drugged with treacheries te the brim Aud, whi from earth his spirit flics, J ast Prophet let the damned one dwell Fnl lin sight of Peradree, Beholding heavea and feeling hell." Ben is the spirit of the Inquisition. The man who aow-e-daye will write,, And not prepay hie letter, ta worsor tine the heatheoe are. What don't know any batter. . And if yoa take a fine tooth comb, ' And rake down "all ereatiea," Tea could'nt find a meaner matt la this 'ere mighty nation. Tarn following was picked up inside the bar at the Court House, in Springfield, Mass., on Saturday, and challenges admiration eqaally for it wit, it poetical perfootioo, it philosophy and iU orthography. : Now arter eettiu' here 7 weeke This Koart is join' for to adjoarn "And any one hoe justis eeeke Ma; cum next Koart A take hit turn. The Judge's Big Shirt. The ktorj goe that, on a c...

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 March 1855

re; IN FREMONT JOURNAL; isaav' si. keeieb,: Publisher and proprietor. A The JOURNAL is published everyFriday enoruiag. OFr'ICE in Buekland's Block thirdstory; Fremout.Sandueky County , O. .--i TBRMS. . One copy, per year, in advance, by mtil$l,50 feid within the year, 2,00 After the expiration of the veer, ' 3.50 Town subscribers, will be charred $I,75,ia advance.the difference in the terma between l" the price on papera delivrred in town and thoae seut by mail, is eccaaioaed by the ex panse of ctrrjing . ' HOW TO STOP A PAFKR. First see that yon have paid for it np to the time yon wish it to stop ; notify the Post Mas " ter of yunr desire, and ask him to inform the publisher, under his frank, (asheieauthoriied to do) of yonr wih te discontinue. UJT No paper discontinued until all arreara " e are paid, except at the option ef the pub , lis hers. RATK3 OF ADVERTISING. One square 13 lines first insertion, $0,50 do each additional insertion, 25 do Three months, 3.00 do Six months, 3.50...

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 March 1855

Late from California. New York, March, 12. -Tho steamship Illinois, from Aspinvrall V, Yia Norfolk, arrived at ting port about ten last eveuiog, bringing Sun Francisco dates of the lSih, and one million one hundred n.and sixty tboussnj on freight and about .i.xSO'J passengers. i';. . Sha tailed from Aspiawali on the 22d, and passed several Spanish. Teasels of war v : off the const of Cuba. - u ; i. Tha U. & Stealer Fulton arrived at As- , pin wall oa the 1st ami guile J the next day - i on a cruise to the Westward. Uur dates from Pwaraa and Asoiowall ..are i warca a J. iue health of the Isth mut la remarkably grJ. Cars now piss .over toe roaa irora Uocan to Ocean, regu t : larlf , in four hoars. ' , The Panama Siar and Herald of Feb . 20th, says the passengers' tax 1ms, at length. Been abolished by the general goveromnt. -v..sind the Attorney General has pronounced . -..the whole ordinance relative thereto illegal. : . : There was a ruruor at Apinwall that an attempt had been ma...

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 March 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, March 16, 1855. Public School Examination. We are informed by Mr. Him that the E lamination of the Public Schools of Fre mont will commence at the Brick School House on Tuesday of next week, continuing thennrrfc. Wednesday and Thursday. The Barents, and friends of education in cur .... placs are invited to be present Noel ARnsTr. The scoundrel who itempted to take the life of Mies Howard, near Perrysburgh last fall, was arrested on Triday morning last near Van Wert, in Paulding county, this State, by a couple of younff men. He was lodged in the jail of .this county on Saturday night, and on Sun day was delivered into, the charge of the Sheriff of Wood county. Tbe reward for bis arrest was $200. which the young men obtaine-1 Noel has served out one term of imprisonment in the Penitenriary for reorder. The chances for his being sent up gam are pretty positive. DryToVss. Whisky lower. Buf.Rep ' Whisky dowtLCiu. Enquirer. No whisky here at all. Plaindealer. ' Ha...

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 March 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, March 16, 1855. Sag Nichts. The Administration in the Field—Rich Developements! : V find in ilia Cleveland Leader of tha 2d instant, a remarkable article. The G. W. Joukbs, we imagine, is no oilier than the Clerk of (he last House of Represents tivas of Ohio. Ha edited Locufuco paper in Licking county till after the election last fall, when he was provided with a clerkship t Washington. Ho U a very proper per son to be sent to Ohio for the purpose of organizing secret political societies among lha foreign population, and their special pa trona. The accident j which he fell iuto the hands of the police, and the Major of Mansfield, will not surprise his acquaint ances in the least 1 Thia exposure is a 6ne commentary on the special dread and hate of secret politi cal societies which now actuate the Loco foco party of the country. The editors and orators of the Pierce, Slave Democracy, can write by the yard and talk by the hour gainst the Know Nothings, but the ...

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 March 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL: ISAAC M. KEELEH) Pablisaer and proprietor. The JOURNAL i publiahedever Friday ajoroiog. urnCE-ii Bucktaod'uMock Ihird.tory; Fremont. SanduskjCouaty , O. TERMS. Oaeeopy.peryeer, a advance, by mail$I,50 taid withia the year, 9,00 Aftertheeapirationofthe year, 9 50 Towa subscribers, will ba charged J 1,75,1a1 ad vaace,t he difference in the tar ma between tha price ea paper delivrred in town and thoae tent by mail, ie eceaaioaed by theer peaseef carrying. . HOW TO STOP A. PAPER. Firetaee that roa hare paid for it op to the time yea wieh ittoatep; notify the PoslMes- ter ef your deoire, and ask him to inform the publisher, ander his frank, (aa he i s authorized ia do) of roor wish to discontinue. - 4J" N paper diaaontinued an lit all arrea ra tal are paid, except at the option ct the pub lishers. BATES OF ADVERTISING Oil intra 13 linea first insertion, $0,50 do each additional insertion, 25 d Three months, 3.00 - do . Six moaths, 3.50 .do One year, 6.1'C Two ssuares.Sii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 March 1855

From the New York Tribune. The Great Event in Russia. The Africa brings new of tbe death of tho Emperor Nicholas. ' He now belongs Wholly to history he standi before rosier- ' lty. His accounts with ibe present are 1 closed. t "With tha arrival of European newspa fiers and correspondence, details will throw ight on this sudden event. ' At present on 'ly suppositions can be msi!. Already il Js intimated thai his death is due to a pnl - " ace conspiracy." ' For tho present, we have 'hot the slightest reason to ndmit the Drub - ability cl such a thmjr, albeit " not uncom mon in tbo domestic annals of tho Roman " fffs..' Since the beginning uf tlie war, the English press often suggested, that with ' tbe progress of the war, dissatisGed nobles, magnates and courtiers would imitate the " Uadegy of Lis father, Paul. But as we have several times stated, in relation to tha prosecution of the war, Nicholas was .the most peaceably" disposed man of the ' whole court Those who stood nearest io h...

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

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, March 23, 1855. Serpents. In warm climates fiie rattlesmate trusts to thu Lent ef the atmosphere for the de velopment of its young in the egg, although it would seem that, in, extreme northern climates, tha production of the egg is fol lowed by the instant appearance of the young breaking from tho 'membraneous he!L Harper fur March, Tbe local, of the Sandusky Register ner r lets an opportunity of throwing stones at this magazine pass, and very frequently his strictures are true and to the point, but this time we thins, he is a little too fast. On the above quotation he thus discourses: . "Ealtlesnaltes lay tags! What will some of our good-natured readers who are famil iar with the "varmint" say to this disclosure of Ilia writer in the magazine? The very tfenlCDce shows that these "origin al" arti drs ara but rehashed by some back who nows about as much of hcrpetology as of Xfce sweet ioQuenees of the Pleiades. It is needless to say that snakes erolalut) are ...

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 March 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, March 23, 1855. Pretty Home Song. Now throat my thimble iu its cave, And store the spools away, And lay the muslin rolls in place My task ia done to-day. For, like the workman's evening bell, A eonnd bath met mine ears The a;ate-clink by the street doth tell Papa hath corns, my dears. Bear off the toy-box from the floor, For yonder chair make room, And op, and oat uubolt the door, And breathe his welcome home; Fer 'tis the twilight hour of joy, When home's best pleasures rally; And I will clasp my darling boy. White Papa romps with Allis, There, take the hat and gloves, anj bring The sliDDers. warm and sort. While bounds the babe with laugh and spring, in mere lovea arms aioit. And let each nook some comfort yield. Each heart with leva ha warm For him whoee firm, strong hands shall shield 1 na noneenohl gods Irom harm. Osvlove shall light the gathering gl For o'er all earthly hope. We cherish first the jays of home, A glad rejoicing group. And through the 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. — 30 March 1855

.? i - v r - . FREMONT JOURNAL: ISAAC Mi KEELEKj Pablisher aad. Proprietor. The JOURNAL is pablished everyFridsy norning. OKr'lCE ia Dockland's Block IhirdUory; Fremoat.SaadiiakyCoaBty , O. . , TBRMS. . - 'One copy, peryear, ib advance, by mail$l,50 . faid within the year, - ' 2,00 Aftettkeexpiratioaofthe year, 3.50 Town subscribers, will ba charred J 1,75, in . : dvaaee,thedin"reaeeia the terme between the price en paper delivrred in town and t hoie ent by mail, ia occasioned by theex aeai of carrying . s HOW TO STOP X FAPKB. . Firet iee that you hare paid for it up to the time yoa wuh it to Hop ; notify the PostMas lerof your desire, and ask him to inform the y ablishe.-, ander hit frank, (at he ii authorized to do) of year with to discontinue. ,HJ" No paper dietontinaed untilillarrenre t ei are paid, except at the option of the pub 2ihrs. ' KATBS OF ADVKBTISISO. On -uare 13 lines first insertion , do.,. . eaoh additional insertion, do ' Three months, 4m ' -' Six months, do One 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. — 30 March 1855

ARRIVAL OF THE ATLANTIC. New York, March 27. .. . Tbe Steamship Allan lie left Liverpool ISP. M. on the lOlh. She arrived off the Light Ship about midnight but did not ., come in till Jay light. She experienced . , westerly gales the entire passage. r ; . She brings 74 passengers. Among them ure Arch bishop Hughes, Bishop New . man. Ai.t - .'-.- ' - The Allan tic arrive'! out, at Liverpool, m Ka Alarnnftil f til Attl . r nL f . i M v : i ' firmed. He died shortly after noon, on . . VAAav. Afarah QnA Hi ftAAlh was fWim atrophy of the lungs, after only a faw days' , sickness. .Hiatal words to the Empress ,,;.iHe: "tell Frederick, the King of Prussia, to continue attached to Russia as he has bithertn been, and never to tarcret h:s lath. i er'a words, -t -Ilia aaid that a few days before his death the Caar succeeded in effecting a complete ' rMnnciliiilinn hetwAen nia 1m flflnr mm .. - Alexander and Constantino, who were at variance. . . . . , , The sews of the Emperor's death was : i -...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 March 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. r- Frilay, llarch 3M83g Bayard Taylor Coming. By ft Ulter received from turer and diliugik-vd traveler, w are bla to tat that h will be i Fremont ad deliver a lecture on th I9lb day of April.. VI are con fident be will Iv ud ttenliv audi " ' Found. Tester mom on Fremont atreet, ,." " A silver, figured case complte -' u With pencil point and pen of gold, , Which prize ia neither new nor old. May he who hath thia treasure loot, ' Come prove Lie right and pay the coat . ToUircLtToa, who'a living Milt, Is front of Downa & Morgan mi!!. Dat ahould yo never come why then S'oor Ukcli Tom will have a pen, -Aad pencil too, to write to folk. And pester Fremont with hia joke. ' V So I hoje the owner'II never come, . 1 Nor over find the finder" hoove. : March 29, lSSi. Information Wanted. j?alrick Molteunore, a lad of nine yearsof ge, left his father's house in Riley, Sandas- yky Co., O, in October last, and has not been heard from since that time, llis fath er ii since dead...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 March 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. i . , - Tridaj-, March 30, 1855. , 0 Ta he read J all who know they ar )wi4 for their papert ,-. It ia plaaaant U ait with one's wife, By tba light af a brilliant taper. While ona'a dear campanion for Ufa Look over tha rami!; paper . . Aad bow and thea raada a eong ar a etory, - A marriage, or death, or a tragedy for;. To feel that ona'a nothing to do But to lit and philosophise gravely: Each murderous deed to eschew Applauding tha editor bravely, For hia tact and hi talent, hie shear, '"Now waking to laughter, now moving to teara. Oh, happy tha rnaa that ie bleat With a wife who can taatily read, Who will give hia newapaper so rest 'Till in itema hare all gone to aeed; Who azclaima bow and then, aa (ha prick np the taper, "My dear, won't the printer want pay for hi paper?" Wonderful Friak or a Ssakk. Mr. John Gebhard, Curator of the Geological Rooms, well known for penchant in the study of Natural History, recently made no experiment with a snake and mouse with - t...

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 April 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL; ISAAC M. KEENER) Publisher and Proprietor. The JOURNAL it published everyFriday enorninj. OFFICE in Bucklond'sBlock thirditory; Fremont, Sandusky County , O. TERMS. O. e copy, pery ear, in advance, by ruai!3i,50 Paid wuhin the year, 2,00 Aflertheexpiration of the year, 050 owa subscribers, will be charged CI. 75. in . advaoce.the J..Tdreuceiu theterme between he price oa pipen delirrred in town and . xhotefentbyma.il, is occasioned by theex- tense ofcarrj ing . ' HOW TO STOP A PAPER. Firatieathat you hare paid forit aptothe time yoa wish it to stop ; notify the Tost Mau ler of your desire, and ask him to Inform the publisher, under his frank. ( as he it authorized le do) of your wih to discontinue. O Na pper discontinued until all arreara ges are paid, except at tbe option of tliepub lishert. KATI3 Or ADVKRTISINC. One fjuare 13 lines first insertion, $0,10 l each additional insertion, -5 3 Three months, 3,00 do Six months, 3,50 do One year, 5.0C Y we squares, Six mo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 April 1855

ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA. New York, March 30. The Asia arrived at Halifax at 9 o'clock Thursday night The manifesto issued by the new Era peror of Russia is of an inspiring character. Referring to the endeavor of his fuihcr to improve the condition of 1ms troops, and de- daring his adherence to his father' plans in this respect to the largest extent, the manifesto concludes: "May the sacied of Nicholas survive in your ranks a i terror to the foe and for the glory of; Jlussia." Various rumors an J statements as to the last movements of Nicholas are circulated. Among them one that he advised Alexin- der to make peace even at the sacrifice of Aassiae influence in the Black Sea, as he Nicholas had not believed in the Anglo French alliance. This i regarded as doubt . to The Vienna Conference formally met on "the 15th of March. There were present: One French, two English, two Austrian nd two Turkish representatives. The Rus tiaa plenipotentiary was absent. The discussion on the general basis o...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 April 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, April 6, 1855. g Soma of our friends throughout U;e county are inclined to labor for up. little, ud are exerting themselves to p'.ocure sub scribers to the Journal, for which they bare our hearty thanks It n IP. the power of our frienda to assist ua in puttiog the Jour nal into every family ia the county, there by making it influence for reforming the errors and evils ia the community a fixed fact. VTe hope their zeal will not abate un til we bare increased our subscription lis! te 1,600, Quite a number of names were dded last week. One of our friends sent in a iiSt of ten names Saturday evening, ac Conpanied by $16,59, and the following tetter: ' York Towssnip, March 31 Mb. Kxelkr: I noticed in your paper tof the ICth inst, an article headed "Mean ness," in which you said certain busy bodies were trying to pursuade your subscribers ana aaverusera to discontinue weir patron age, and that by their interference and false statements you bad stricken three names...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 April 1855

f REMONT JOURNAL." Friday, April 6, 1855. "Only Waiting." Arery aged man in an almshouse was ak d what ha was doing now? He rep!ied, ''On ly waiting!" , " Only waiting (ill tlie shadows Are a little longer grown, i. Only waiting till tha glimmer - Of the day's last bam is flown: Till the liighlof earth is faded From the heart, once full of day; Till the stars of heaven arc breaking Through the twilight suit and grey. Only waiting till the reapers He the laet shrafenllrad home; For the summer time is laded, -And the autumn winds hare come. Quickly, reapers' gather quickly Tho lt ripe hours of my hear'. For Ihe bloom of life is withered. And I hasten to depart. Only wailing till the angels Open wida the tin stir gala. At whose faat 1 long have lingered, -' Wearji poor, end desolate. . , i Even now I hsar the foolsleps, And their voices fsr away; . If they call ma i am wailiug, , . , Only wailinf to obey. Only waiting till the shadows Ara a little longer grown. Only wailing till the gl...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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