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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 April 1855

FREMONTJOURNAL:, ISAAC M. KEELEII. Publisher and Proprietor. v The JOURNAL is paulishedererYFrida msraing. OFFICE in Bucklaad'srtlock Ihird.torv; Fremont, Sandusk) County , O. TERMS. Oneeopy,peryear,madvance,by mailt,50 Faid within the year, 9,00 AftertbeepiraioaoftheTSar, 2 SO Tewn subscriber, will be essrgea $1,75, id advanee.thedifforencein theterraa between the price on paper delivrred in tows and ' thosesent by mail, is occasioned by tbeex psnse ofcarr) ing . HOW TO STOP A PAPER. Firdiee that yoa hare paid forit nplolhe time voq wish it to atop j notify the PoatM al ter of your desire, and ask him to inform the publisher, under hi frank, (as he ia author ixed 10 ) of roar wuh to discontinue. CT No pper dissontinued nntilallarreara ei are paid, except at the option of the pub lisher. v v ft ITIS OF ADVERTISIKO. OaSsr 13 lines first insertion, $0,50 6a each additionalinserlion, 25 da Three month, 3,011 1j Six months, 3,50 , 4o One year, 5.0C Tvoaqaares, Six month, 5.00 do One yea...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 April 1855

News by the Baltic. ALEXANDER PURSUES THE POLICY OF HIS ILLUSTRIOUS PREDECESSOR. The Czar thui epolte to the representa tives of the different bodies of the Stale: .1 will maintain firmly the pinna traced nut by my father I In his address to the ' . Council of State, the officers of the Guard, nd a deputation of nobles who reported concerning the militia, the Czar expressed ; himself yet more strongly: "I solemnly ' declare," said he, "that I will not give up the first inch of Russian territory to our enemies! I will take good care to prevent their penetrating further on the soil of our country; and never! never! may my band wither first! will I affix my signature to a treaty which shall bring the slightest , dishonor on the national honor!" This speech was responded to with re , Lenient applause. CZAB'S IPEECH TO TBI DIPLOMATIC CORPS. t ' We make an extract I solemnly declare here before you, gen tlemen, that I remain faithful to all the sen i timents of ray father, and that I "-il...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 April 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, April 13, 1855. Bayard Taylor. - This distinguished traveler, poet and au thor, wlo has won the admiration of almost very one in lha United Slates, by his wri tings and lecture, will e in I'retoont and deliver one of his popular lectures en Thursday Evening, April 10, -at the Presbjt&rian Church. It it not nec essary for us to say more than make the itnple announcement Turn out and give him a full house. Tickets 25 cents each. To be had at & Buckland & Co.'s Book Store, and at the door. 3T Our friends at Greensburgb and Rollersville will please accept our thanks for the fine list of subscribers. We have the assurance that many more nameB are to e sent in. Republicans are wheeling into the column all right. Forward march I Terrible Accident. The following facts we learn, by letter, from Rev. W. J. Wills, of Bellevua : ' On the 5th inst. two sons of Koswell Stebbins, near Belleruo, went out to Peru, Huron County, on a visit to a brother. .While the...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 April 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, April 13, 1855. A Fbaqmen-t. In tie range of modern lyric poet, thtr i nothing more simple thin the following pretty bijou by Mr. Cornwall Baron Wilson and we know of nothing imnn; th lyric f Alcssas or Sappho that so directly expresses our own emotion at this time; GO! Winter, go; Thy fatten locks and tresses whit, And looka that kiuHIa not delight. And breath that kill the young heart' glow, And frown that make the tear drop uu, fto blia no pleasure can impart Go! Wiuter, go! COME! Summer, come! With genial akie and budding flower, And balmy pale and fragrant showers. And entile that cloth the earth in blojnil Come, with thy bright and fairy band. And ecatter gladness o'er the laud. Come! Summer, come! ARRIVAL OF THE BALTIC. New York, April 6. The Baltic arrived with Liverpool dates to the 21th. Breadstuff Dot much chang ed. Provisions about as per Ittst arrivrtl. Nothing important from S.-bislopuL The Vienna Conference unariitnouslv agreed on the 6rst poi...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 April 1855

FREMONT ' JOURNA L: 'ISAAC M 4 KEELJ3h "j " 4 Publisher and Proprietor. , The JOURNAL is published every Frida SNornioj. OFFlCE-in Buekland'aBIock Ihirdstery; Fremont.SanduskyCounty , O. w " . , IBBMS. 'oecypy,peryear,iuedranc, by rnaH$I,50 Parit within the yeaf- 9,00 After ilia expiration f(Ue y'sar 2,50 Town enbscribers, will be charged $I,75,in - advance, the difference in theterma between r,th price on paper delivrred in town and those sent by mail,is occasioned by tbeex' pease ef carrying . HOTf "to StOP A PAPER. , . Firitieethat yoa hare paid forit uptolhe time yoa wiah il to atop I notify the Post Mas- aerei your desire, and aek him to inform the publisher, under his frank, (as he is authorised to do) of your wiah to discontinue. tuJ" No piper discontinued antilallerreara s are fliif except at the option of the pub lishers. - , : SATI3 OF ADVIRiTSING. Oaesqaare 13 lines first insertion? v . do - each additional insertion, ..iar, .. Three months, -do Six months, do One year,' ...

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 April 1855

ARRIVAL OF THE AMERICA. New York, April 13. ' The America reached Halifax lait even ing at T Vclock and tailed for Boston at 12. The meia amonnt of ber newt centers on tbe Vienna Conference The momentous third point stopped the way and each plenipotentiary had to re fur to bead q melon for further instructions. The demolition of Sebastopol was not de manded, bat a reduction of Russian power OB the cluck Sea was cai!d lor, the recom pense being (he withdrawal of the Allies from Russian territories. GrotsbakofF said be bad no instructions to treat on such a matter, and submitted it to St Petersbugh, whence a rep! was anx . ioaalf looked for. - M. Druyn L'Hhuys, FrenchMinister of Foreign Affairs, has been in London to-con -alt with the English cabinet, and would proceed to Vienna with the irrerocable de termination 01 toe Allies on third point. . . The condition of the Allied troops bad f really improved, but they were making no etdway with the siege operations, al though it was believ...

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 April 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, April 20, 1855. Printers take Notice. V. R. Pauim. Newspaper and Adver tising Ageat, t New York, owes us for ad vertising, which debt was contracted more thtn year ago- Wa bara written repeat edly to ei'm and up to tliia time, he refuses to pay. All that he can withhold from country printers, after getting the money into bis bands is clear gain. We advise the craft to be eautious bow they publish advertisements from turn. Tbe welcome Rain. We bare bad sereral fine showers of rain within tbe past few days. The drouth bas fieea tery grievous, and for a spring season tnore severe than ever before known. Cat tle were dying all around the country. "Wheat and grass bad refused to start. Streams, well and cistern Z7.y t inem WntireV Iry and the remaioder fast becom jog so. Bat times have changed, the clouds drop down rain, all nature rejoices then lei it rain. What pleases the people pleas es tbe printer. 3T Thanks again, friends, for those subscribers, and we hope...

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 April 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, April 20, 1855. The Years. Tbe years roll en, the years roll on, And shadows now etreleh o'er Ihe lawn, Whereon the sunlight fell at mora The more of mortal life; ..- And dusky lionn to me hare come; Lits'a landscape now loom drear and dumb, And quenched the light, and ceased the hum, . With which my way wu rife.' I now look backward on the path Whereon I've walked mid wrong end wrath; 1 look, and aee how much it hath Of bitterness to tell. Bat life's hard leaaon must be I aimed By goading care is wisdom earned, Then upward let thine eyss be turned, ' ' - And all earth's scenes are well! ..,;. On roll the years, the swift, still years; .". And as they pa' bow feeling sears! . How drieth op the fount of tearsl. . ., '.. , . Cmotioa'e fires grow dim; . . . This poise of life not long ca last, r And as the years go hurrying past, , The blooma of life are earthward cut, . . , . - And withered heart and limb. The rears, the years sublimely roll, Uufu'rling like l...

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 April 1855

-TREM DNT"JOUKNAXT ,H ISAAC M. KELEB,;T publisher and Proprietor, j. j fr The JOURNAL ia publisSed every Frida' Morning. OFFICE in Butkland'sBlock hifdstorji Fremont, Sandeoky County , . , , TSRMS. .,.!.:: O ne copy, pefy ear, in advance, by mei!$l,50 f aid within the year, 9,00 AftertheexDiration ofthe ySsf.'' - 2.50 Town auLscriber, win Do charged $1,75, in ' advance.thedilferencein thetermo between the price on paper delivrred in town and xhoenlby mail,! occasioned bjr tbeex- jie nee of carrying ; ' , ITOW TO 8T0P A ' ; Firii tee that yon hare paid forlt aptothe time yea wi-'h it toelopi notify the Potl Mat ter ef your, desire, and ak him to inform the publisher, nndet hie frank, ( at he ii author ixed to do) of y our wiii: to discontinue. ' ' tET No paper discontinued un'ilallarreera Ya are paid, except at the option of the pub 'inker. - ; .-' HATXS OF ADVKRTISINO. ; rurre 13 liner firet Inaertion, do each additional iaertion, de . Three nienlh, . do . Si month, . ( .do ".' 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. — 27 April 1855

From the Cincinnati Gazette. The American Party-Its True Course to Pursue. Any one who ha reflected upon Ibe tendency of the age, must be impressed with the fast that there are two elements of political power at work in thia country, each striving for tbe supremacy. One i ailed tbe radical progressive element, whose chief seit of empire is io large cities. nd which m guided by resiles sad ambi tions men, who sneer st every thing that isofafixsd and permanent character in oar institutions, and who go io for GHibus tering expeditions, the subjugation of for eign territory, and fur breaking down tbe ale-guards thrown around tbe ballot pox es, and tbe election franchise, and for per mitting nnnaturalised foreigners to rote. Such laws, permitting this abuse ol tbe elective franchise, exist in some of the fillo and it in this ahtisn nf tha elrtiv ' privilege that has caused, in a great degree,! tbe rise of tbe American Keform party. .The original intention of the American par ty was to pu...

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 April 1855

Y FREMQNT JOURNAL, r -Friday, April 27, 1855. Bayard Taylor. This gentleman delivered a lect&f 8 at tbe Presbyterian Cbnreh in this plaw.on Thurs day erening of last week. Ilia subject was toe character of tbe Arabs. Y cannot, owing to our limited (pace, give oar read ra a farorable digest of his lecture ; but wa anaot refrain from speaking of some of (tbe points on which be dwelt. . ' Ur. Tajlor thinks that history b as done -the inhabitants of Arabia great injustice. For whi! It represents tbe native Arabs as wild, nncenquerabla savages or barbarians, indifferent to all principles of humanity, civ Sication and religion, they are, when treat ed with Christianity, amiable, affectionate, honest and forgiving. 'While they are said 4o be indolent, ignorant and slothful, they .art industrious, intelligent, and cleaoly in 4heir habits. No ostentations, and vain en sleavors characterize their domestic -nffnirs. The enly drawback to their claims of hoa sty, virtue, &c, is their pro...

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 April 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. . Friday, April 27, IS55. Baby's Dead. On day, I chanced to meet, la the itreet, A pretty tittle child " . , Crying bitterly and wild; . "What ails thee little one?" eaid I. Pobbingly he made reply. Ae he raised hie curly head. Baby'e dead!" "Nay, my darling, do not weep, Baby' only goue to sleep: He will leou wake up again!" ' But my worda were all in vain: "He haa never elepl eo long; ' " He ia gone, Urever if one; ' For, kind air, my mother eaid Baby', dead!" Then 1 took him by the hand, Strove ta make him underalaud, - ; . How far Jiappier than we Baby was with Deity! Bat 'twee throwing worda away, For, ever and anon, he'd eay Aa be, weeping, raised his bead, "Baby'e dead!" So within theee hearta of our " " I' In lifn'a later, autumn houra, Stricken hopes like withered flowere Rustle aa we tread; " . . When eoroe favorite wiah is crossed, Or tome cherished hope ia lost; To our souls all tempeet-toeeed, Baby's dead!" Kindly worda and gentle deeds, ' s To the hear...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 May 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL: ISAACS!. KEELEU. "'; Y Publisher and Proprietor. , i I'll JOURNAL if published eel jftii Mornidg. . OFFICE i Buckland'eBlook-s. airdstoryt Freaiont(SnduakyConnty .O. MRUS. . . - ' O n e copy jpery ear, in advance, by mail$l,50 said within ths year, ' i ,3,00 AfteMheexitirationoftheyear, gSQ Town subscribers, will bs charged $1,75, in . adrancs.thediuorenceiu thetrmt between the price en paper delivrred in town and thoseseut by muU,ia occasioned by theel 1 pense of carr) ing . .''' V ' nOW TO STOP A PAPER. ".'. Firetseethat vou have paid forit optoth time yen wish it to atop i notify the FoatMas teref your deaire, and aak him te inform the peMiaker, under his frank, (as ha is authorised to a) of roar who to discontinue. CT No paper diseoatiaued gntilallarreara area are paid, except at the option of the pub. 43nre. . -. - "'" ' ' " n ITK n ADVBRTISIKQ.' Daosquare 13 lines first insertion, $ 0,50 ?is Aa . aaeh additional insertion, ' 25 r- da .' Three mentha. J -r- 3,0...

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

From the Cleveland Express. Letter from Hon. L. D. Campbell. j, i The readers f tbe Express are aware of i ow preference for Hon. Lents D. Campbell candidate for the Gubernatorial chair of Ohio. " His worth and abilities as a man t would miueutly fit him for tsjat position, i and once upon the course he could not be : ttateB-v : ' ' ' - ; "' ; ' ,The following letter from Mr. Campbell, ' decliomg to be a candidate, coniaini rea sons therefore which must be satisfactory "to his most ardent friends; and. its good counsel commend it to every Loncst wan "in Obio: . . ,". '" Hamilton. April 23. 1S55. : To tie Editors of the Cleveland Express. Y- Gextlkmkx: I wish to make to you, to r other editors and ta tbe large number . of ' friends who bare written me private letters, toy grateful acknowledgments for the high Compliment of proposing to confer on rnctlse 'Lonors of tLe Guberoatorul chair of my na Tliv Stale- V. .;-.". ... : ' As a general rule, be who sects an of- DCO vUgul Qui to cii...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 May 1855

FRRMliNT JOURNAL. , sr Fridays May 4tlS5. "1776." -:, To-morrow ercning Birekeye Hall ts to b th teens bfrminiscences ohV "V.rhes that tri. d mea'. ulfc" Th. EVTEftPEANS. jartly celebrated for their successful exliibilione throng the Western State,''.:'. jUi one of their entertainment for th edmiration of the Vitaeas of Frsmout. consisting of Panorerna of the "Battle of Ihe Revolution ,V, together with of their inimitable Concert of os! and io' triin'ental' music." 1 We advise ever? o3 Id go. i.i : ' ' ..I ' . it i, i s?' Conrt IIOHKr Square, t-I being 'nproved in ImV, by the removal of -the, oYoJ tret wt ich were slasinj there, and applying their .places, with lite ones tal ghi,. thrifty maples.. A food work, truly. They nave the appear auce of being well set and "are 6rmly protected" fcy pood substantial boxiiig. Should they live and thrive-rof which, w h'ay.e '0t th least doubt Coo rl Hntis Jftiuare will, Sn a. few years be a besetiful shaded, retreat; in stead of an cye-sor 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. — 4 May 1855

:fremqnt journal. ....Friday, Kay 4, 1855. ! For the Fremont Journal. Auctioneer's Song.....Tune-SUSANNA. BY "UNCLE TOM." Come all y nobis eons of (oil, Assembled from the woods, 1 ' Year auctioneer doth now appear' ' ' With wagon loade of goods. O yea! he'll toll you rich bargains from the atand, ' A ad let them go, how very low, -For ready eaah ia hand! Coma Tillage meiJ: and country blades, ' 'l Who with to cut a daah. Give tne a cell, I'll please jou all , For vary little cash O yes! I'U fit you.and please you with my food, I'n bold to eay you'll" blees the day , ., Tea ever left the wood. " My eihanttless atore ie filled once more With goods worth keea attention; To ererhaol and tell them all '- Would take a week to mention. O yee! great bargains yea all can have to-day, J ho ashamed to tell, I'm forced to tell orrery little pay.; ;.- We've ealiooea that never thowe, , . Aa ever changing eelor: . - Blue sarcenet eome blaok ea jet, . . Gingham broad and narrow. O yea! we're barg...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 May 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL: ISAAC SI. KEEtEHj Publisher and proprietor. The JOURNAL ! published everyFrida Morning. OFFICE in Buckland'sBlock hirdstory; Fremont,SanduakyCounty , O. TERMS. On e copy, pery ear, in ad vanes, by mail$lt50 Fa id within tin year, 2,00 Aftertheexpiratioaofthe year, 2.50 Town subscribers, will be charged $1.75 in dvance,the difference in the term a between the price on papere delivrred ia town and t hoia tent by mail, ia ocoaaioned by theex pense of carrying . BOW TO STOP A FAPKtt. Firsteeethat yon hare paid fori! up to the tine yoa wiah it to atop; notify the Post Mat ter af your desire, and aak him to inform the nablisher, under hia frank, (aa he ia authorized to ) of your wi,h to discontinue. Cj No paper discontinued nntilallarreara- ees tre paid, except at me option oi tne pun Inhere. RITES OK ADVERTISING. Oailimri-13 linea firat inaertion, $0,50 At each additional inaertion, 95 it Three raenthe, 3.0 do Six months, 3,50 do One year, 5.CC Six mouths. 5.00 do One Te...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 May 1855

Details of the Atlantic's News. New York, May 4. r The news brought by tbe Atlantic is im portant, bul was expected to bavo been much more so- indeed it was booed that the detention of the Steamer would have, enabled her to have conveyed the news of j the termination of war, either by treaty of Vienna or the capture of Seba-lopol. Nei- ther expectation 4as however, been fulfilled, Tbe tonferrences are in their last agony. Russia absolutely refused to assent to the limitation of her power in the Clack Sea; but offers to permit the mainiainance of a' Turk it h Navy, equal to ber own on the! uiaei oea water, providing no other nation baa tha riirtt of entry, Franca and England after vainly insist ing on tba unconditional reduction of Sebas topo! consider that Russia's propositions are worthy of consideration. The more so that Austria baa definitely refused to second the western powers id their humiliuiing de mand on the Czar. It is now generally confessed, although reluctantly, that 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. — 11 May 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, May 11, 1855. New Advertisements. . Dr. TubbV May and June Appoiutineuts. Ilarkaess & Pet of Clde, here opened a ew .tockof good ia o eiore, nd promise te give til people io that vicinity great bargain? ad we beliere they will do it. Simon Lentz caution all persona ;ainst buy ing certain note. ' Parley' Panorama, a book for th million. The if out will be around in a few drya. Joa. P. Batilinyer, Bookseller of Columbus, advertises several new works now in press, which will be found Ibr tale al S. Buckletid &. Co's, in a few days. . J. O. Simon of Ballville, makes and keeps all kinds of Cabinet work, and at the last will furnish Coffin aid Hearse. P. C. Dea Sc. Son BalWIIle, are ready to eard tha wool of the farmers of Saudusiy couu' ty, er make or dress their cloth. A. Gosdorf has got into his new store, wiin great piles of new goods lying an arouno tore is thronged with customers about day. Look at his advertisement. Attachment Notic...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 May 1855

Terrible Tragedy in Beloit, Wis. From a private: letter from Beloit, we learn the following particulars of dreadful trdgedv which occured in that place on the morning 01 toe ?ji ltisL The wife of citizen of that town wit mkncd from her s!ser about 3 o'clock on tha morning of the 23d, fcy noise which heard in an adjoining apartment. In a moment more she saw a glera from a dark tantera held by a man in that room, and creaming with afright awoke her husband wna was sleeping at her suio. As he prang from the bed the intruder fired him with a putol, the ball just missing Lis bead and burying itself iu the pillow. 8oatehinf a double barreled gun from the wall be discharged both barrels at the in truder. The contents of one barrel entered the man's head and the other Lis body, killing bim instantly. Leaving the body wkT it fell, the gentleman and Lis wife proceeded to the nearest neyhbsr, told him what had happened and induced him ta return with them to their house. But iscgine the feeling...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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