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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 May 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL: , ISAAC M. KEELED, Publisher mad Proprietor. Th JOURNAL. ia publUhedeveryFrid SBoraiag. OFFICE ia Bueklaad'sBlock hlrdstory; rrement.SaBdukyCeBBty .O. riRMB. ? Ocopy, pryear,i a advance, by raail$ 1,50 t aid wilbiD the year, 2,00 After Iheexpiratioa ofth year. 2 50 fewaaabacribera, will be charged $1,75, in advaaee,thedi3erenceia theterme between the price oa papers delivrred ia town and the sent by mail,ia occasioned by thtexBtnae of carrying. 'J BOW TO STOP A PAPS K. Firal tee that yea have paid for it apt e the time yoa with it to atop; notify the Pot I Matte r af your deaira, andaak him te inform the f ablihr,ander hiafrank, (aaheia aulhoriied to de) of yoar with to diacontinue. Q7 Me paperdiaeontinoed untilallarreara fee are paid, except at the eptioa of the pnb atra. . ; XS.TKS OF ADVKRTISIHO. Oacsiuare 13 lieea 6rel iaeertion, $0,50 a. . eh additional insertion, 25 de Three months,. 3.00 Sit montha, 3,50 4a One Tear. . 5.0C Twe tqaares.Six months, ' M0 " de- ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 May 1855

Late from California. New Orleans, May 11. Tbe steamer Empire City baa arrived here from Havana. Sbe reports that the steamship Illinois, en route from Aspinwall to New York, had put into Havana hav ing oq board the California mails, die, to ' April 17. The steamship Golden Age left Sao Francisco, April 17tb, with 758 passengers und $30,000 in treasure on board. On the night of the 28tb she struck a sunken rock off the island of Quios, and about five miles from Panama. The steamer was going at full speed when she struck. The water gained rapidly on her. Perfect dccipline, however, was maintained amoDg the crew and passengers until communication was bad with Panama, when the steamer John L. Stevens went to their rescue, and land ' cd them at Panama.on the 3d. The steam ship Panama was est on the 3d to the assistance of the unfortunate teasel, and with strong hopes of saving her, although the tide ebbed and flowed into her. The Golden Gate would take up to San Francisco passengers who...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 May 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, Maj 18, 1855. Cholera and Cleanliness. The cholera ha again appeared on the Mississippi river, and report says averal cas es bar occurred at Toledo. D a the Honor able, the Major and Council of Fremont, Bote these facts. We hare escaped the terrible visitations which have fallen upon Toledo, Perrjsburg, Sandusky, Norwnlk . Rod Tiffin ; but let it be remembered that ."wt have not escaped by accident, but by cleanliness. -The time for the annual ex amination and cleaning np has come. Al ready the beat begins to develope the va rious Stenches of a ditty town. One can- .aot walk three rods on our principal streets without being regaled with the perfume of privies, pigpens and putrid water. . If these things are neglected the end will be chole ra. We do not imagine, however, that the Mayor and Council intend any such neglect. We merely pen these observations to re mind them of the "good works" which are expected of them; and, above all, to re mind them of the nec...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 May 1855

For the Journal. The Naked Truth. BY UNCLE TOM. Puti oa a lira, to rani my fabled lay. Truth and rrr psrsasd tbeir deviouo way, Tbtir ssvers raa epoa th beat design Each bad of bliM U benefit mankind. Long Enor strove wilh sophistry tod art Te sastaia hi If nobis, wicked part. Told ef the nan; ways God had givea Ta eqialixe tha boaaieoas gifts ef heaven, Ta effect tbil wish, ae fraud or theft tao great Ta aaaa tba mmtt of hia golden weight Ha loaf atantaiaed that fraad, deeail and art Weald Dimtroat blessings to the poor impart. Ta all of which anyieldiug Truth ereeUiined, faeh Sendisa doctrines Barer should be aam'd A judgment day will aoaa decide ear cause, Where yoa moat fat), and t meet dna applause, While warm in contest aad wilh heat of dty A silvsr stream bow ahaaced ta cross their way, To calm their ire aad eool their heated blood Thev sack agreed to bathe banaath tha flood. Tru&i fearless of danger or aught beside. Ventured far from shore 'midst tha eilrer tide, Xrnr, m...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 May 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL: ISAAC M. KEEIiEBj PablUher ana Proprietor. the JOURNAL i pablishedeveryFrida 3raif. OFFICE in Buckland'sBiock airdstory; Fremoat.SaodBskyCoiinty , O. TERMS. Oaecopy,peryear,iaadvaaca,by mail$l,50 aaid within the year, 2,00 Afterthe expiration ofthe year, 2.50 Town subscribers, will be charred $1,75, in ad raaee,t he difference in the term a bet wees . the price oa papera delivrred in towa and . thoseienlby muil.is occaaioned by tbeex pense ofcarrwng. HOW TO STOP X PAPER. Fir at eee that yon hare paid for it opto the time von with it to atop ; notify the PoetMas leref your deaire, and ak him to inform the fublisher.uuder hia frank, (as he ia authorized l de) of your wish to discontinue. - IT No paper discontinued nntilallarreara fes are paid, ezceptat the option of the publisher. KATES OF ADVERTISING. Oaesquare 13 lines first insertion, do each additional insertion do Three months, do Six months, do . One year. Tare squares, Six months, de One year, One-third column,...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 May 1855

ARRIVAL OF THE BALTIC. New York, May 18. "Tbe E ihic arrived this P. M. at 5.40. The Allies arc gaining ground all the Russian onlwoiks arc taken. Sanguinary encounters are frequent A lame, number of Russian mortars and many prisoners had ' been taken. I Latest news from Sebastopol arc to the! 4ih. I Empcior Napoleon barely escaped assas-jdkcovcied fcination on the evening of the 28th. An filed three bhots from a pistol it him 1 while out on borstback Persoual revvngc was the only object. , There is nothing in Uie siege yet to war- rant any assault, and the bombardment bad; much slackened. The resuil anticipated was not produced. The 6iege of Sebastopol was progressing and the Allies were apparently gmning ground. I he bomuardmcnuiad slackened, 4 if not entirely ceased, in order at to ex- bnust ammunition. Lord Hainan admits - that il bad uol produced the result looked f r! Tho list of casualties to -the Allies was not heard. Numcrous reinforcements were constant- Iy icnehing Uio Al...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 May 1855

-FREMONT JOURNAL. Council Proceedings. meeting of tlie Council of the town Fremont, on Saturday evening May 19,Meesn. S. Iluckland, John Youukmes. Andrew Moro fcouse, 3. B. O. Djwos- William Kesaler, S. W. Reed, William Ilerbster, and H. E. Clark, were appointed a Board of Health for the ensu ing year. Jobd Qnina wan appointed Ass istant Mar- hl, to act under the direction of the Board of " Healthsnd townCouncilfortwo months at $50 per mcuth, in cleaning the town and und per Jormj.ig each other dutic ai the town Couucil ahwl direct. A petition was presented by the Ladies Tem perance League, a iking the co-operation of the "Council iu suppressing the traffic ia ardent spir its, which was upon motion accepted and the following resolution unanimously adopted: ' Rewired, That the Mayor aud Council ap prove of the sentiments ottered by an associa tion of the Ladies of Fremont, in their Petition, asking the co-operation o( Council to suppress the unlawful tale of intoxicating liquors,' an...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 May 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, May 25, 1855. [From the Ladies' Own Journal.] The Old Bachelor's New Year. Ob, tha Spring hath less of brightness Every year. And the mow a ghastlier whiteness Every year: Ker do lammer blossoms quicken, Nor does Antumn'e fruitage thicken, Ai it did the seasons sicken Every year. It ie growing colder, colder, Every ear, And I feel that I am older Every year; And my limba are leas elastic. And my fancy not so plastic. Tee, my habits grow mouaaiie Every year. 'Tie becoming bleak and bleaker Every year. And my hopes are waxing weaku Every year; Care I now for merry dancing, Or for eyra with pa: aion glancing? Lot in less and leas entrancing Every year. Oh, the dave that I have squandered Every year. And the friendships rudly suudor'd Every year! . Of the ties that might have twined me, Until Time to Death resigned ule, My infirmities remind me Ev. ry year. Gad ar.d sad to look before as Every jeer, With t heavier shadow o'er OS Every year! ' To behold each blos...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 1 June 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL: ISAAC M. KEEIiEB) ' Publisher and Proprietor. 'The JOURNAL, is published every Frida Soming. OFFICE in Bnckidnd'sBlock hirdstery; Fremont, SanduikyCoanty , O. 'TERMS. Oa copy, pry ear, in advance, by mail$l, 50 Faid within the year, 9,00 Afurthe expiration oftht year, 2.50 Town subscribers, will be charred $ I, 75, in advance, thedifferencein thetertns between the price on paper delivrred in town and - those tent by mail, ia occasioned by t he ex pease of carrying . HOW TO STOP A FAPKR Firstseethat you hare paid forit nptoth time yon wish it to stop; notify thePoslMss ttr of your desire, and ask him to inform the publisher, Onder hie frank, (as he is authoriied l de) of yonr wish to discontinue. . O" No paperdiesontinued antilallarreara Cs are paid, except at the option of the publishers. wvvV SATES OF ADTKRTISIa. Out square 13 lines 6rst insertion, $0,50 ' da ch additional insertion, : 25 do Three months, 3.00 -. 3o Six months, 3.50 Hiaiiir. . .5,00 "we squares, Si...

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 June 1855

Details of Foreign News. Tk Eastern mails, just on Land, give us r Ihe details of the last udvices per steamer -.Atlantic. In addition to the Abstract giv ' en by Tlegraph we find these further it "": (mi of interest and importance, which seem to embrace tho gist of the news: i 1 The English press admits that hopes of peace have fled, and that no assistance can - - be expected from Austria and but little from the rest of Europe; consequently, - that trance and England must light it out. The London Times publishes an article ex pressing these views. The Times has also an editorial on behalf of the Government, v stating that it is impossible to peruse the official documents of the Vienna Conference without seeing that Russia was never in " earnest in her pretended desire for peace. Borne, however, thmk differently, and t ari ' ' Grey, in the House of Lords, has given no - lice of a motion for the 21st inst., nn ad- - dress be sent to the Queen, deploring the failure of negotiations an...

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 June 1855

'FREMONT' JOURNAL. " -Friday, Jane 1 1S55. Lifczis LtsTO.'We hare received two Communications With the above signature. Wa cannot publish articles in the Journal Un its wo know the asms of lh author. Honor to the Ladies. The Temperance taote in Fremont, has How received aid from the right quarter, and we are ft. II of bope and anticipation that effort no be In J made lo suppress the evils of the traffic in intoxicating drinks will prove successful. Tbe proceeding of the meeting at the Court House en 'Monday evening) will be found in another column. " ' ' Fire. ' Wa are informed by Mr. John LattimoW, Ail large brick house in Hay township, Ottowa county, occupied by his two sons, Elijah and James Lattimore, was wholly consumed by fire, on Friday evening last. The Are was discov ered about 2 o'clock in the morning, but the flames had made such headway that all attempts to check them, or eave any of the furniture were Unavailing. None of the family were able to aav even the clothing 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. — 1 June 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, Jane 1, 1855. Sudden Death—An Interesting Case. On the 23d of February, 1854, a fin Juoliin;, corpulent gentleman, apparently but sixty years of age, csme to tbia city io seareb of Dr. Brisbane from whom he wished advice as to the proper course to pursue to effectuate the siaoutrassicn of number of bis slaves. Not readily Coding Dr. Brisbane, he obtained the advice of John Joliffe, Esq , and had duplicate wills drawn up. One of these he took with him, and the other he deposited with Mr. Joliffe. to be used if be should die suddenly, and the will in bis possession be accidentally or purposely destroyed. He stated that one of bis brothers had died very suddenly, and that be himself, beinjr subject to palpitation of the heart, was liable to be also summon ed to another, world at a moment's notice. Elijih Willis, that was bis name, staid only a few day s in Cincinnati, but his bright, benevolent countenance and mnnly frank ness were ntt soon forgotten by those w...

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 June 1855

FREMONT JOU RN AL : ! If A At )i; KEE I'EI,,,.,, : Pabli.her and Proprietor. . The JOURNAL Is pannhdr'Fri'da' Seraia OPFfCE ' Bncklnna'sBtocki-, hJra.teryf FremQnaudukyCoo4tv,0. '..'. 77i 1 TERMS. ' ! I- Oaacaar.oervear.iaadvanca.by mail.il. JO ceay.pryear,ia f kid within the year. .. .... the Pric on paper delivrrad in town and tkstnlby oijl,i occasioned D thtex- :, VOW IQ.9T0B.A, Ar.ft., ,r j Fi'riUtvthkt j&a have saw forti e tetbe time yea met, it t etp ne rt "i i - teref voor desire. end ask himlo inform llie ftblither, under hit frank. i1ici aothorixed d) of yr' wr1i to rJlcotitiooe. , oicept.t th option oftho pub- iiifllor IBIIRTrtHHUU '..".. ..I.ITir,.. firm ir"iov : f0,50 . .ilJiiiorial inirt, ' "25 do Sit nnlbi 5 "'"J 3,5n loon naa.lKiril paliian. tlt....'. IS."" Ualf-coloroD, m )-. On colowo, tie ya. All ' KR EM OT" JOUR JTAt. " JOB PUIVT1XG Pf.FJCJE, j Wo ara-rsouad la.oxaculo to or der, in ot and eipedirjoua itiaaoiaad 0t( la irltrnr laiaitalJdacriptiou of , , T ? i'...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 8 June 1855

ARRIVAL OF THE AFRICA. Halifax, June 5. ' Tbe Royal mail steamship Africa arrived ' at 4 o'clock this P. M, with one wek"s la ' ter intelligence. She was off Itie harbor ' yesterday, but was unable to enter on ac eoant of thick weather. Her news is of " highly interesting character, and commer ' cially, highly important Austria has proposed that the conference ' meet again at Vienna. The English and " French embassadors had not yet "iven a ' reply. The meeting is with a view to ar range the third point. Austria also insists that the German States should specify dis tinctly the line of conduct each intends to pursue. Gen. Pellissier is immensely popular. Tl is surmised be will make a bold attempt to cut off Liprandi s array. ' Omar Pasha has offered to take and bold " Simferopol with bis Turks if the French ' will support bis advances. The allied forces in the Crimea are now 200,000. tix: 120,000 French; 30,000 British; 40,000 Turks; 11,000 Sardinians. Tbe army in the Crimea is now w...

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 June 1855

Bucklands' Corner. ILtRRisdx'a FLivowso Extracts. The newel to distinguish accurately the relatif val .wetf the different prepsretiona for fiavoring .food by aimply tasting the Extract, a possessed .ay few. - Tba weakest Extracts, by (hair made prepare tioa aad artificial coloring, deceive a large majority of be yers. Ths trae unfailing test b saa. Tba proportionate quantity assigned by tethers, hi aaa teaspoon, of extract to one pint of -prepared food. My extraeta will be foaad to "fiv a ligher and finer flare r with ee tea epooa taena quart. Indeed m any think the .foods toe strongly flavored by that proportion. tThe essential active properties of my extraeta, wit thev delirht the taste, promote health. t Their as is applicable te every deecriptioa ef ake f roatinga, riea, r-aaliatra, instants, .Tana, Creams, Ices. Blanc Mane, Jellies, kSyrapa, confectionery. Seda and Mineral Wal , t Syrup. Apple aad ether Krait Sauces, Son pa, Gravis. Sluffiaga aad Salade. .For sal by . S. BUCKLA...

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 June 1855

Friday; JVS A Prompt and Gallant Officer. Tbe Washington Union says: vWe have Ireadj announced that the "frigate . Con stitution, Commodore Myok , was seen to tbt southward of Cuba,' milling 'for the port of Havana.' The Constitution was late the flag-ship of tho African squadron and Wat under orders forliome after an absence of Bore than Wo year.. Winn within bout two hundred mileaof Portsmouth, N, H , (her destined port,) she boarded nn A merican vessel and obtained a file of New York papers, in which lit was atated that Commodore McCauly bad been dispatched to the gulf, in tho Sub Jacinto, in great bast a, and that a speedy caHiwon with Spain was inevitable. The resolution of Commoilcre Mnjo,' bne of lie bravest offi cer thai ever walked a eck. was instant" Ijr taiien- : Iielipveinrr' that liis" services might be needed", orders were ImmedUte ir given to "bout ship," and soon old lron-: ides was hastening tattle aij.of McCauly's little squadron. ..No wonder she is" the' pride and...

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 June 1855

, FfiEMONT JOURNAL; II AIe '81. K E E Ii E R j , , -'" paMUker aad Proprietor. i- : .. . i .1 , f The JOURNAL iawblUhdever)Frida raieg. OFFICE Boeklead's Block airditory; Fremont, Saaduokv County , O. ' terms. aesopy.poryeer.inadvaneo.by mail$I,50 f aid withia the year, ' ' .00 Afteriaeexpirstioaeftbeyear, - 850 Town subscribers, will bo charged $I,?5,ia ad vaace.t he difference! a lactams between ' JL SlJLiliVl vol: in. 7i'm mm a wnn FREMONT, SANDUSKY ; COUNTY, OHIO, JUNE Vk 1855. 1 ll 'lii N0.-21. tk price oa papera delivrredia lewa aad lkeatby mail, is eeeaaioaad by theex peas efcsrrxiog . ' ' " HOW TO 8TOP A PAPER.''' 'First that yea bare paid for i t B p t e the lino roa wish it to atop; notny inaroaimaa tar of yoar detire, aad aek him to inform the . pa blither, a ader hit freak, (etheieaalhoriied to e"o) of year wish to aiecoatinae. i (CT .to ppr distoatieued atilallarreara eea are paid, except at the optica of tka pub Uahers ' 'V V . , iirianr IDTIRTIIIKO. OaeVaira 13 liaaa ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 15 June 1855

Mob Violence in Indiana. We find io lh Evacsville Journal the details of a ftwl difraceful proceeding against the public property of Indian, by tome of (be rowdy population of Clay and . Vigo counties. A reservoir, constructed by the State for I tie purpose of supph ing water to the canal, ha been tbe object of much contention. We do not renumber the cease of complaint, but lliiuk it is, that tbe health of the vicinity is affected by the large body of writer confined in one place embankments. On Tuesday of last week a company of twenty men were sent to that spot, being on Uirch creek, to re pair some damage. As there had been difficulty and threats, they went armed. After working without disturbance one day, they were notified by the rioters to quit. We oopy from the Journal the subsequent transactions. Gov. Wright has now a duty to perform, and it is hoped lie has the cour--age and energy to defend the rights and property of the State, and to bring lhes rioters to condign punishmen...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 15 June 1855

0 FREMONT JOURNAL; iTtiday;Junel5, 1855": Professor Fitzgerald's School. Th Second Trm of this School com 'nlencaix MONDAY next, 18th " " V ' , Out "courteous up-tlie-river friend, Gf , of th. Tiffin Tribune, acta upon our au-, tica, and .informs the &enec el me laci mat i rp ihm to market their rramoai a , c - - produce, if they wlsb to est remunerating pri eea. The ipoim: remarks; . ,, , We do not hesitate to place before oar read ,rathe facta, for the eooiier the truth ia forced nea the ninda of the pdople of Seneca county, -the eooner thev will aet about reform. Our fnenda of the "Journal and Democrat ahowed thenielve to be of the true erit ia landing up Jo, (heir local iuteresta, but they will uot enjoy their triumph long.,. We have euperior loca tion and better facilitie than Fremont,''.. iNo friend Gaav, our buaioeea me a will con tinue to hold out the eame inducement the produce of Serteca county, that they have here jofore; 'aye more; Tlhey cm and will do better, r-Only...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 15 June 1855

FREMONT, JOU RN A L. ?rfiaj, Jcel5, 1855... Noon and Morning. Noon and Morning. I. There are gains for all our loan,: I . J " ib win iut an vur paia, t;-...- - Bat wheo youth, the dream, departa, , ll takes something from ear heart,' ;J And it never comes egaiu! " II. We are stronger, and are better 1 '"-'' Code SBaahaod'e sterner reign; --.'iti w Still we feel that something sweet Followed youth with fiyiug fart,- . And willaevei come again! - - III. Something beautiful it vanished, . And we eigh for it to vaiu: : We behold it every where, ' . , On the earth, aud in the air ' ' ' But it sever comes again! Putnam for June. The American Party of Ohio. At the Annual 'Session of the State .-- a .. . Council, held in Cleveland, June 5ih, 1855, the following Platform of Principles as ex pressive of the sentiment of the Ordtr in this State," as adopted and ordVed to be published to the world over tbe signature fit Officers: - We proclaim to 111 world the following Principles of tbe Americ...

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