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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 22 June 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL; ISAAC M. KEELEU. Publisher and. Proprietor. The JOURNAL it published -") Fridu asraiag;. OFFICE in Buckland'sBlock auditory; Fremont, Sanduek) County , O. TERMS. a a eopy, pe ry ear, in advance, by mail$ 1,50 faid within the year, .. 2,00 Aftertneeapirationoftheyear, 2,50 Tewa subscribers, will bs charred $I,75,ia advtncs.thsdiffereucein the term betweea VOL. III. ?REM0N FREMONT, SANDUSKY , COUNTY; OHIO,: JUNE 22, 1855. nn NO. 22. the price en papers delivrredin town and taeseieutby mail, is occasioned by theex aeaeeefcarrving , . - ' HOW TO 8TOP A PAPER. Firstseethatvou have paid forituptolhe time yea wish it toatop; notify thePoslMae ter of your deaire, and auk him to inform the tubl is her, under liiefrana. ( aa he i a authorized is oi) ofyoar wuh to discontinue. CT So piper discontinued unlilallarreara fes are paid, except at the option of the pub luliers. KATBS OP ADVERTISING. Oae square 13 linea Grst insertion, do ecb additions! insertion, de .. Three roonlha,...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 22 June 1855

Arrival of the St. Louis. New York, June 20. The St. Louis from Southampton with dates of June 6th arrived at New . York lut sight at 12 o'clock. ' . .: . - - v Dates from the sea of Asof state that the steam flotilla of the Allies had destroyed above two hundred vessels, and six millions . of rations of corn snd flour destined for the . itossian army at Sevastopol, from Prince Gortchakoff says heluiies .. have occupied Kertch, but not pushed in wards. On the 23d ulL there wvre alun . dred and ninety cases of cholera at Lt Petersburgh. I. Sujak Kalett was evacuated on the 2Stb ; of May by the Russians. Before leaving tbey burnt the principal buildings. Both houses of Parliament met on the 8th. In the house of lords the newspaper stamp duty bill passed through committee. . Iu the commons the debate on the policy and conduct of the war was resumed.- The Bey of Tunis died on the night of the 1st of June. ( The bombardment of Sevastopol was again commenced on the 0:h insL, and on . Ihe ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 22 June 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, June 22,1S55. [Original.] THE COQUETTE. She lit within bar boudoir email, Her head upon her hand, She who late in fcataJ bail :. ! Sened bora oal to command. .Why gathan eadnaaa oa her face And on that ,oeeuly brow? IMethought ape her eheek I tra-ed -' ' The eilent tear just now. Te eae whe aesmad all joyoosnees Amid the glittering throng, AVho moved ao rediaul with delight. Say, eaa those tear belong? Can gorgeoua robee and sparkling gem , . Conceal a heart of care? ' 1 And eaa the eoul convulsed with feare . A imile of triumph wearT . - Thohea.-t ah! there'e the mystery. It hath a tale to tell, And agenixing are the though te . ! .Which ia that bosom swell. For one has recreant dared to prove, One whom she thought to gain, Who, while she proffered lore to all, Didat break the galling chain. Fair girl, I would net lore to bear The chiding of that heait. Which telle of love and heartlaesaees, Of eeqaelry and art. I'd rather dwell obecare and poor, Wilhia a c...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 22 June 1855

FREMONT JOURN A L. , Friday, June 22, 1S55. Behold the Sea. Behold the m! there iporU opoa Hs foam ' i- Tbe playful lig ht, Bat ia the deep tka pearl's unralhomed work X 'Tii horrid night. I an the sea! 1 a warn my heart data roll Through Ilia anxioua days; Mj littla eongs are playing o'or my aoal ... Like heavenly mv. . , They sparkle oft with Wit and Lore ao bleat, " And make thee glad; White aileat bleeds wilhia my sacred breast, My heart ee aad? [From the German of Geibel. Correspondence N. Y. Tribune. The Philadelphia Convention. Philadelphia, June 14, 1855. Ia view of the action of the national Council of the Know-Nothing organisation, last night, in repudiating tbe proposed platform of the Free States for tbe restora tion of the Missouri Compromise, and adopting an ultra Pro-Slavery platform, a meeting of Northern Delegates was held this forenoon. HENRY WILSON of Massachusetts was appointed CLirroan, and II. M. Ms Abis ef Ohio chosen Secretary. Great unanimity of feeling was ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 June 1855

i '. FREMONT JOURNAL: ISAAC M. KEEL Ell, tabliafcer aad proprietor. 1 Ths JOURNAL, is published ever yFrida sereing. OFFICE ia BaeklaBd'sBleek . irdtory; rremeal.SaBdaekyCeunty .O. ' i TXSMS. aa copy, p ryear.ia ad rant ,by Mattel ,50 f aid wilkia tka year, 2,00 After the eipiratiea efthe year, - 2,50 rwa subscribers, will be chaff ad f 1,75,10 . advaaceAkediffereaceia thetermebetweea TiTiTDini'f AMnn vol. in. FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, JUNE 29, 1855. M A I i l i n NO. 23. . Ike price oa papara delivrred ia towa and , tbeseteatby mail.is aecaaioaad by theex i feaoeefearrying. 1 BOW TO STOP A PAPER. First seethat yaa hT paid fori t a p to (he time you wiak ittostop; notify thePostMae tor of font desire, aad aak him to inform tka Jublieber,aader his frank, (as he it authorized d) af year wish ta diieoatiaaa. tT S ppar disonliaued unlilatlarreara ye ara paid, ezeapt at tha optica of tka pub lishers. BATBSOr ADVIRTISIKO. " Osesqaerel3lines first insertioa. $0,50 da etch addilioaal ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 June 1855

Kansas and Gov. Reeder. It teemi just as Gov. Recdur was stai t ing oo his return lo Kansas, the President took occasion, through Mr. Secretary Mar cj, to say, that, in view of bis speculations io tha half-breed Indian lands, "apparently in Tiolatioo ol acta of Congress," he, the President, felt "embarrassed ta how, consistently with his conviction of duty," he could allow the Gorernor, and his oo spec ulators Judges Johnstone and Elmore, and Mr. District Attorney Isaacs, to longer re tain the placsa they had filled ! This is prompt and efficient very. The Govern or has confessed the facts, admits the charge brought against him, implicates clearly the Judges and District Attorney, and attempts justification, yet the President is"Vmbar jassed" as to the line of duty! Prompt magistrate honest ruler I But the Gov ernor has gone on his way, and promises to attend to the insinuation of the President formally communicated throni, the Secre tary, when he gets back to Kansas, and ball have ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 June 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Fridaj, Jane 29, 1855. i S3T The Journal has been delayed af ter iu usual time of publication this week on account of breaking our press. : L O.O. F. On Tuesday evening last, G. T. Stcam, Esq, P. G. of Norwa'lt Lodge, delivered an Address in the Ha!! of Croghan Lodge, on the nature, duties and .relations of Odd Fellowship to the com munity in which its principles are propa gated. His remarks were net conGned to the work of the Lodge Room, but to those principles which should govern and actu ate all who take for their motto "Friend ship, Love and Truth." There were about two hundred persons in attendance of whom one half at least were ladies. The address was most beautiful and has been highly spoken of by every one in attendance. t3T The address of Dr, D. Craikard, before the Masonic Lodge, in' this place, on Monday afternoon, 25th, was a very fine effurt, and was listened to with marked at tention. The attendance was not large en ascount of the severe storm in the f...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 June 1855

'FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, June 29, 1855. Tis Sweet to Die. Wherefore this lingering of th oul, ' Thi wish to longer atay; To tread little farther yet, Life's sa nay, ahady ways Wkaa quiet earth hu a, retreat For ear -wars morula a aim a ad sweat! Whoa Spring ahakaa off her icy chains. And duaa her rob of groom. Encircled by a flowery wreath Of Naturs'a living shsea, Tie neat the eoul abonld buret ita oley. And haala ita awn bright apring away. When foreat learea are falling fast. And earth grawa aad and dcrar. And tored ones, too, are passing on. Who then woold linger here Beneath thia cold and cloudy sky. So sweet, is then, the time to die! , Aad oh! the pars and trusting aool. All gay all glad with mirth. Whoa treaaaree hare been garnered here. Upon tkia changing earth, Before thoaa trusting yaara go by. How bleat ie the booa to dio. Aad, too, for weary, wayward souls, I i falling ehaiua of clay. Who've walked in gledneas and ia ehade, A long, aad weary way, Their time worm sandal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 June 1855

TO FREMONT JOURNAL. r-a AHES FOP 1855 HOTIGE TO THE TAII-P AYERS OF SAHDUSEiV COUNTY. SUPPLEMENT . In pursuance of law, I, J. F.'R. SEBRING, Treasurer of said county, 'hereby" notify the '.tax-payers thereof, that the rate of taxation for the year 18-55, ia correctly stated in the following table, showing the number of ckxts levied on EVERY' JlUNDRED 'DOLLARS of taxable property in each of the town ships and incorporated towns of said county, and that for the purpose of receiving taxes the Duplicate will be open at my office in Fremont, on the 15th day of September, 1855. Rates of taxes levied by Rates - General Assembly. levied . by County. Rates authorities. ' Names of Towns and . Townships. York, ...I ... . J:. -Townsend, . . . 1 . i . . Green Creek Riley Ballville I...... Sandusky .. I ....... - Jackson' '.."' Washington... - Scott, ..... Madison. .... .1. Woodville, Rice,... . . Fremont, ...... . O. life In. fc Trust Co. assessed by City, Town, Township and Sub - District Autho...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 July 1855

'FREMONT JOURNAL: "' j 1 1 i ., ,,,, iri IS1AC M. KEEL E I 1 : Publisher aad Proprietor. ' The JOURNAL. ia published everFrida aiming. OFFICE io Buckl-nd'sBlock hird.tery ; Freinont.SanduakvCaaBty , O. TXBMS. Bcopy ,peryear.uadvance,by tnail$I,50 feid within the veer, 2,00 Aft r the expiration oft ht year, 2,50 T subscribers, will ba charged f 1, 75, in , aavauee,tb.ed'aareucta ihetermsbetwaen '. the prioa oo papers delivrred io towa aad , taoaeseutbymail,i occasioned by theex psnieofcarrjing. HOW TO STOP A PaPER. Firstseethatyoahave paid foritaptothe .im jtob wish it toatop; notify thePoelMas tar ef year deaire, aad aak him to i&Torm the blieb,er,aadr hia frank, (as he is authorized ia de) ef yoar with to discontinue. UP .V pepar discontinued untilallarreera--a ara paid, azcapt at tba option ol the pub lisher. BATES OF ADVERTI8IHO. Oat sqaar 13 liaaa firat inaertioa, $0,50 do ch additional insertion, 25 da Three months, 1,00 da Sit months, 3,50 "da Oaoyaar, 5.CC Tw squares, Six...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 July 1855

Allies' Success Before Sevastopol. Bj the Baltic, we hire tba official ac count! of.th late engagement before Se vastopol, oa .be 6th, 7tu, 8ih and Oth f . June. ' Gen. Pelissier'a first dispatches aro quite . dramatic; "Jane 6, 10 P. M. To day, with our . Allies, e opened fire acainst the external - works, and to-morrow, please God, we will . take teem I ' v "Jane 7. 11 i. M. -At 6 :30 our aignal . tor asnau.i were given, and one boor after ward otir eagles floated over the Mamelon Vert and oer tbe two redoubts of Careen ing Bay. Tbe artillery of tbe enemy fell . .into our hands. V Imvn taken At ft -,-!- oners. Our legions occupy the conquered works. On their iA June Allioc ;1, their usual resolution, carried th wort-, in : - --"'"'i tba quarries and established themselves tbera. . All the troops showed tbe mostad- i...w.N. uvrvnuu MUU lUUCIUUJ l "June 8. -Last evening we took posses t sion of 02 cuds ia tbe captured redouts. , Thirteen otlicers were made prisoners. Our loss, which...

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

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, July 6, 1855. rfJ-Oflea have poets sung Ihe strength and "eoneteocy ofFriendshipV ties; no doubt there r inetanc es of true aod devoted attachment. in these degenerate daye, hut they ere nre. Were tbev more commoa the world weald be better, end between men end hit fel low a congeniality almost divine would exist. Our correepoudeot h beautifully expessed her elf ia the following lines; " Origioal. LINES TO A FRIEND. Though by fate we are parted, I still think of . lliee, .Thia booa 1 crave humbly, that thou'llt think of me. .Whtn mooulightia mirrored in Oceau'a dark . .. -wave, Aud mermaids are dauciug in coral-roofed Cavee, When starlight ia gleaming o'er meadow and aea, The low whispriug wild wiuds bring iweetlbol' of theo. .When eualight is gilding each hilltop and tower. And liewdropa are sliiuiu ia woodland aud bower, When loved un are round me to brighten life'a path, , ; OrteoiDretaare rushinr in fierceness and wrath. When penaive I wauder, bright phau...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 July 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, July 6,1855. A Oad to a Musketeer. Ya wiked blud sucker, why doant Ytt urn yours tivin 10m wa betid Litis down en peepel and ineurten yora Lone bill to git blud, litiu on losktee noses, aud when ih git mad an Begin to (lap, leave? Haiutju got no felinks! Grate tteier! how yude git nocked if you was A large aa sum lu leged blud seekers aa ia Round here, wot wares klcss. Why doant you Lit doua ali, aa th do, and bleed ein foar Tha no it, without liolleriu all tha whyle? Tur a kanible! yo du a big liznie on a Small skail, yu msck more blud owt of a Feller than an elefant tan, and yure tmeller Aint half aa long. Tuwaikupfoax When tha ar aleepin, and tha awair Vengene . - How don yu wurk it too keep Tnre bil ao (harp, without grinding? Why Doaate yu pek warina owl ov treaa, & et inetx, yn Ion; legged cuasj What town ie It yn sjng ao much, Goin rownd with yur fethira ahott oph, Seakin whoom yu may devower? 1 u Seam to be a konlentid bnrd from yor Singing, and ...

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

FREMONT JOURNAL: , ISAAC M. KEEtiEn, 1 Fabllsher Propritur. The JOURNAL is publiahed every Friday tnerning. OFFICE in Bucklend'e Block third atory; Fremoot, Sandusky County, O. IIIKS. One opr, per year, ia advance, by mail $1,51 Paid within the yt, 2,00 A Her lb expiration of the year, 2,50 Town aubecribers, will be chirped $1.73 ia advance, the difTareace ia the terms between - the price ea papers delivered ia Iowa and those sent by mail, ie eucaaioaed by the ex teaie ef carrying. ... . JtlTKS Or ADVIRT1SINO. Oae square 13 linee first insertion, do each additional insertion, do Three months, . . da Six months, do One J ear. Two squares, eix months, -. . do One year, Oae-third col a ma, one year. Half column, one year, Oae column, one year. $0.50 a 3,0 3,50 5,00 5,00 ltl.OO 15,00 18.01 31.00 Bnaintss Dimtorrj. I. O. O. F. Crerhea Lodge, No. 77, meeti at Odd Fel -Iowa Hall, ia Buckland'a Brick Block, every Saturday evening. Fremont Encampment, No. 64, meeta at the eaata place oa the ...

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

ARRIVAL OF THE AMERICA. Halifax, July 5. Tie rojal mail steamship America, Capt. Lang, arrived here yesterday afternoon, and will be due at Boston at an early hour on F riday morning. She bring dates from Lirerpool to the 23d of June later than received by the Hermann. Tbe news ia - ecanty bet highly important Tbe Allies bad met with a serious check before Se- rattopol. s ' Ob June 18th the French and English, respectively, attacked tbe Malakoffand Re- dan towers, but were both repulsed with ' great slaughter. Details could not be look ' ed for before the end of Jane, but, ia the meantime private advices tf the most se ' rious description were agitating the public mind. According to one account the Brit ish lose alone waa not short of 3,000, inclu disg among killed Gen. Campbell and up wards of aeventy other officers. Contra- - dictory rumors prevailed, and it is thought tbe above waa somewhat exaggerated. In the British Parliament Mr. Roebuck - bad moved a Tote of censure against t...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 July 1855

. FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, Julj 15, 1855. t3T Hkri isa tnot charming Cold Ya- Ur Song. "Lixxi'" favor will alway b Original. Water. In polished rightnee xliUannf, , lla rrvstal deplho we see. t DtlK-iom aeetar, wreathed with health, , Cold waters pur and free. It goshe forth 'mid forest glarle, And flashes ia the lisht, " A fountain sending forth it spray, Gay childhood's mirror bright. It shinoth oo the lowly turf , A carelessly we pass, . And glascee forth ia starry imilea , Amid the tangled (rasa. ' It flitter an the foreet leave, Like hete io silvery eheea: ' Aetiadem of Nature' pearla, .- Beeel ia emerald green. . It Beetle in the tulip' cup, The pearly gem eo fair; " le changed to ruby, having caught ' The floweret' ruddy glare. Tea, water wellnth aoflly forth, i la many a lone retreat; With dimpled emilee, and murmuring laugh, The ou of toil to greet. Then who would qua 9" the "rosy wioe'T The tempter'e glesa beware! A poiaourd chalice 'lie to drain, A serpen I 's hidden ther...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 July 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, July 13,1855. Hints to the Girls. ' you never see a lady ' Look into a stranger's face, " la an omnibus ar a rail ear, -As if saying, "Sir, your place?'' - Did you Barer ee a leasts Flirt iota aa old man 'a chair, And unheeding age or honor. .. Let him atand "do Matter where? Never see Ihe stage coach emptied For some fidget in her pride, ( a And Ihe weary men of bosineae " f Tambled out to riJe outsider . . v , Never go to hear a lecture, Whan some fashionable dear Would coma in and make a bustle ' ., When yon moat desired to hear. Routing half the congregation, And dietorbing all the real,-. - - As if she was all creation, - ' Beinf fashioniooebly dressed? i: Now dear girls if von are so thankless,.-. .. So exacting aad ao free, Time will come when gents will aaawer, ' "Ma'am, this seat belongs to ma." If erar, girls, disturb a lecture, Church, or ball, where'er yea go . 8 till respect Ihe rights of others, That Woman's Rights,' yon know! i Herat ask a man...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 July 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL . ISAAC 'Publisher 31 . K 13 E & E K and proprietor. The JOURNAL i publi.bed every Friday tnoruing. OFFICE iu Buckland'e Block third atory; I'retuout, Ssudusky County, O. i -mm. One eopy, per year, in advauce, by mail $1,50 Paid wilhiu (he rear, 2,110 Alter the expiratioii of the year, ' 3,51) Towu subscriber., will be charged $1.1 J in advance, the ditTeroace in the terms between Ww price an papers delivered in town and IIiom) sent by mail, i occasioned by the ex peine of carrying. 1 - Vv "-. 'r' l EATSS OF ADVEKTtSIKQ. One square 13 lines first insertion, $9,5!) ; do each additional iusertwn, . 2 do .. - Three mouths, 3,' I) do Six month, 3,50 to Oiie)er, VW Two squares, six months, 5,00 do One year, :,HU Oaa-third column, one year, . 15,01 Half column, oua year, 18.0') One column, one year, 31,00 33n3int03 Dirtttoru. I. O. O. F. Croghan Lodge, No. 77, meets at Odd Fel lows Hall, in Auckland's Brick Ulock, every Saturday evening. t'remont Encampment, No. CI, me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 July 1855

Ohio Republican Convention. Columbus, O., July 13, 1855. At half-past 10 o'clock the delegates and other citizens assembled at the Town Street Methodisl Church in great force. On motion of Mr Giddings, Ilon.Benjmin S. Cowan, of Belmont, was called to the Chair as the temporary President, who took the Chair and called the meeting to order. W. B. Allison, of Ashland, and J. S. Her rick, of Portage, were appointed as tempo rary Secretaries. On motion, Mr. Walker, of Mansfield im plored the divine blessing upon the pro ceedings of the Convention. . On motion, a committee of one from each Congressional district whs appointed as a committee on Credentials. The delegates then collected themselves into separate bodies, and agreed upon their several mem bers of the committee. The following persons were appointed as members of this committee, one from each district, in the order named below, com . mencing with the Erst district: Committee on Credentials J. R. Bkin 'rter. B.B. HajarDr. Oliver,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 July 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, July 20, 1855. Arrival of the Argo. DEATH OF LORD RAGLAN. By the arrival of the itearo&bip Argo, at New York, on the 16th, we have London datea to the 4th. The most important fea ture of her newt ia the death of Lord Rag lan, commander of the British, forcei in the Crimea. For some day he had been in disposed and his medical attendant appre bended no danger until 4 p m of the 26lh. when alarming symptoms began to devel op themselves; in an hour after lie became unconscious and continued in that stale un til 25 minutes to 9 p m, when he died. Major General Simpson hat mcceeded Lord RagUo, pro tern. The situation of the Allies lias not charg ed materially since the 2 8 lb. Read This. . We will furnish the Fremont Journal, from this time until the 3d week in Octo ber next, for the small sum of FIFTY CENTS, payment in advance. For ten copies sent to one address FORTY CENTS each, and for twenty copiea THIRTY SEVEN cents. An important election is soon to take ...

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