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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 July 1855

Mother, Watch! Mother, watch the tittls feet, - Climbing o,er the garden wall. Bounding (luuugh ilia busy street. Ranging cellar, shed and h.itl. Naver count the moment loat; Nevermind the tima it code, Liltle feet will go astray. Guide tli e in mother while you may. Mother, Watch the little hand. Picking berriea by the way. Making houeea in tho saud, Toeaing up that fragrant hay,-. Never dare lite question atk, 'Why to me this weary tak?" These same little hands may prove Messengers of light aud love. Mother, watrh the little tongue Prattling, elcqni'tit and wild; What is said aud what is sung By thy haj-py, j,'ou" child. Watch the woid whilvt yet unspoken, 1 Stop the vow before 'tis broken; This same tongue may yet proclaim Blessings in a Savior's uauie. Mother, watch the little hi-art, . Beating soft aud warm fur you: Wholesome lessons now impart - Keep, oh keep, that young heart true. Extracting every weed; Sowing good and precious seed; Harvest rich ;ou thin may see; Ripening f...

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 July 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL; ISAAC SI. KEELEK, Publisher and Proprietor. The JOURNAL ia publihed every Friday rmoraiofr. OFFICE in Bucklaiid'a Block third etoryj Fremont, Sandusky County, O. THUS. One copy, per year, in adrance, by mail $1,51 Paid within the vear. 2,(10 Alter the expiration or the year, 2,50 Tow eubtcribera, will be charged $1,75 ia advance, the difference in the terma between the price on papers delivered in town and thote cent by mail, ia occasioned by the ex pense of carrying, KITES OF ADVERTISING. On aquare 13 lines first iueertiou, $0,50 do each additional iuseriioa, 25 , do Three months, 3,'0 do Six mouths, 3,51) to One ear, 5,1)0 Two squares, six months, 5,00 do One year, M.OO One-third column, one year, 15,03 Half column, one year, 18.C0 One column, one year, 3 1,00 Brtaincss Pircctorn. I. O. O. F. Croehan Lodgn, No. 77, meets at Odd Fel lows lUll, in Bucklaud's Brick Block, every Saturday ereuiog. Fremont Encampment, No. 64, meets at the ame place on the -id and 4lh Mo...

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 July 1855

All Hail New York! Our opinion is on record that lliO onli Nebraska men of New York made n mis take last year, in not following tho exam ple of Ohio, and uniting in the peat lie publican movement of tho free States. Timo has but conGrmed tlic correctness of our judgment, and lias satisfied the real friends of freedom in that State that they bavo gained nothing by their delay. We rejoice to see that they ore now convinced and are ready for action. Tho New York papers bring us the call for a "Republican btatc Convention." It is to be held at Syracuse, on the 20th of September. The document and the movement are important and wo copy tho former, that tho Repub licans of Ohio may sco the purport of this new and glorious step in Hie tmpiro state: REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION The outragfl perclpiated bv the last Con- press in repealing the Missouri Compromise has resulted in the election of an almost unanimous representation in tho next Con gress from the Tree States, hostile to the extensi...

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 July 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. -Friday J dyn7lS55. S. F. Taylor, Esq. Of Milan, will dc-lilver ait ndJress on temperance t the Court House. iLis even In. Mr. Taylor, is a good speaker, and tU friends of the cause may expect a rich treat. Let the Court House be filled. Fremont and Indiana R. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Fremont and Indiana Railroad, at their of fice in Fremont, on the 23th inst., La Q. Itawson, James Moore, C. V. Foster, Ym. Sawyer, S. Carland, D. J. Cory, and Den Metcalf, were re-elected Directors for the ensuing year. ti Q. Uiwson, was chosen President; William Taylor, Treasurer, and U. Amsden, (Secretary. The continued heary rains for the week past make farmer's faces rather long. Largo quantities of wheat and grass are ly ing on the ground, which must be materi ally injured. "Docstick's" Letters. The inimitable "Q. K Philander P. D lias at length published his writings in ouc volume, to the great joy of his friends and mdrnirers. Not having read it we c.mnot speak o...

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 July 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, July 27, 1855. Love Song. BY ANSON G. CHESTER. She who sleeps upon my heart W'u the first lo win it; She who dreams upon my breast Ever reigns within it; She who kisses o my lips Wakes their warmest blessing! She who rests wilhiu mine arm Feels thehr closest pressing. Other honrs than these shall come, Honrs that may be wear)-; Other days shall greet us yet, Days that may be dreary; Still that heart shall be thy home, Still that breast Hit pillow; Still those lips meet thine, as oft Billow meeteth billow. Seep, then, on my h.nppy heart. Since thy love hath won it; Dream, then, on my loyal breast None but thou hast done it: And when ace or bloom shall change, With its wintry weather, May we iu lha self same grave, Sleep and dream together. BsSalo, July 4th, 1855. Card from Thomas Spooner, Esq. This gentleman stands at the head of the American Order in Ohio, lie repudiates the Philadelphia pro-Slavery platform, and plants himself squarely upon tht of the Cleve...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 3 August 1855

FREMONT; JOURNAL ISAAC III. KEELEH, Publisher and Proprietor The JOURNAL is published every Friday morning. . OFFICE in Buckleiid's Block third slorv; Fremont, Ssnd-.ky County, O. s ' -fTHS. One eopy, per year, in advauce, by mail $',5T Tsid witiiin the ver, 2.00 Alter the expiratW of the yesr 2,50 Town subscribe, will be fchrj;ed $1,75 in Advance, the diU'ertuce in the terms between the price on papers delivered in town and those sent by mail, is occasioned by Ilia ex ' pcnse of earn ing. ' ' J "RATES OF ADVEIlTISISO. Oat square 13 lines first insertion, do each additional iuserlion, do Three months, do Six months, do ' One )ear. Two squares, six mouths, do One year, O-third column, one year, H 'f column, one year, Ou. columu, one year. $0,50 ,tfl ,50 ,110 ,00 ,00 ,fli) ,C:l ,00 Bnsintss Pirrctoryi. - I. O. O. F. - -Crorhan Lodje, No. 77, meets at Odd Fel lows Mall, in ifuckiand'e Brick Block, erery Saturday evening. . '. Fremont Encampment, No. 64, meets at the same place on the M...

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

Gov. Reeder Removed at Last. The teleernnh brines newt of tbe final removal of the Governor of Kansas and the appointment of bis successor, John L. Daw son, of Pennsylvania. Mr. I), was mem ber of the last Congress and we find bis name recorded in favor of the Kansas Ne braska bill Whether as Governor of Kan las be will be likely to play into the hands of the Southern Slave propaganda, or stand up for the rights of the people over whose interests he is to preside, we are not enough acquainted with his past history to express a decided opinion- If he does the latter, or fails to do the former, be will need all the "armor of riRhtousncss' besides a few revolvers; for he will be a mark for the ruffianism of all the Stringfcllows in tbe Slate of Missouri, which has taken upon it self the government of Kansas and don't intend to be interupted in its devilish work by such small fry as Governors appointed by the Washington officials. We -hope the country may know for ' what cause Gov. Reed...

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

'FRfcMONT JOURNAL. j Friday, August 3,JIS55. Siege of Fort Stephenson-August 2nd, 1813. . Yesterday was the 42nd Anniversary of lie memorable siege nd defense of the Fort at this place. We have sketch of j this engagement, which we find ia the! ,VitUlilf Miscellany, published at Detroit; it will no doubt be interesting to our read- sra: Major Croghan, a young officer of the regular army, was left with one hun dred and sixty men at Lower Sandusky, in garrison at Fort Stephenson. Here he waa attacked by a large force under Proc tor, and with bat a single cannon, repulsed them completely. An account of this iege, though familiar to the reader, is worthy of repetition, if it were only to com memorate the invincible courage of the young commander and his youthful com panions. On Sunday evening, August 1st, 1813, 500 British regular, and from seven to eiglit hundred Indians, under the imme diate command of Proctor, appeared before Fort Stepbeneon. lie made such disposi tion of his troops ...

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

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, August 3, 1853. A Dance of Life. Oh! lira dance a joyous dame Among the flowers of morn, When the notes or love sound lire and miid A the tones of the bugle It iru ; When the sky is clear aud the air is fresh With the dews on hill ond nlain; When the ann is mild, am) the groves are cool, And blithe Willi many a strain. Oh life ia a dauce a feverish dance In the deepest shades of noon, h'fiU, When the face ia flushed ami the pulse beuls Ana earm seems in n swoon: The dews are gone and, the flowers droop Beneath the burning sun- The very streams are wasting away. And the grass is rowing dun. Oh! life ia a dance a stately dauce In the cooling afternoon. When the ann has lost his passion -g'ow, And flirts with the gay, cold moon; The herds have left their cool retreat! - And prase along the hill; The daws of night begin to fall, And the (roves no more are still. Oh' life is a dance a heavy dauce In tbe closing summer ere, hen the hum of life begins to lull, 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. — 10 August 1855

Fremont journal . r ISAAC Mr KEELEB, , aaliaker as Prpritr. Tfca JOURNAL is published every Friday Maraing. OFFICE ia Buckland'e Block , third atory; Fremont, Sandusky County, O. l TIIHI. ' Oh eopv, per year, in advance, by mail $1,50 , Paid within ine year, 2,00 After the expiration of the year, 9,50 ' Tow subscribers, will be charged $1.75 in advance, the difference in tha terme between tha price on papera delivered in loara and ihoaa aent by mail, ia oveaaioued by lha ex ( ptnae af earryiag. f ' SATIS Or ADVKRTI8ISO. One eejuaxe 13 linee 6ret insertion, $0,50 do each additional insertion, 35 ... do . Threa mouths, . 3,00 do Six monlha, 3,50 : ' do Una jear. 5,00 . Two equnree, eii montha, ' 5.00 do . Ona year. 10,00 Vjne-third column, ona year, 15,00 flalf column, ona year, IS, CO One oolnmo, one year, 3'J.OO JJueinrcfl Pircctor" I. O. O. F. - " Crorhan Ledge, No. 77, meets s! Odd Fcl . Iowa Hall, ia Auckland's Brick Block, every Saturday evening. 1 ; Fremont Encampment, No. 64, ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 10 August 1855

From the Sandusky Register. Meeting at Fremont-The Campaign Opened. Tbe first County gathering of (1e pres ent campaign, was held by the Slave De mocracy at Fremont on Friday last It was our fortune to be there on that day, and yielding to a curiosity to see how the mo g natet of that party would succeed in blink ing and covering up the great question of tbe day as we were satisfied they- would ttempt to do we attended. Of the ad vertised speakers Gov. Medill alone wns present; the places of tbo "Old Wheel Horse" (Msdakt,) and McCook. were sup plied by our quodam townsman, J. W. Tay lor. Esq., the prosent State Librarian. At about 2 o'clock P. M., the meeting, tomprising some 300 to 409 persons, em bracing a fair sprinkling of Republicans, boys, &o , assembled in the Court House yard, when the speaking was opened by Mr. Tatlor. After a not inappropriate illusion to the Anniversary of Croghan s Victory, which occurred the day before, he! (lilPAflCarl liim.o1F t if, til-i.f nt Ins...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 10 August 1855

r : FREMONT "JOURNAL. V'FridaABgast 10, 1855c - . Fremont ItepiblieaH Club, - Will meet at Buckeye Hull, on Monday I evening next, at 7 o'clock. Let there be a full attendance. ' ' Remember the Ladies. . . Republicans attending the Mass Meeting on the lSlh insL, are requested to bring their wives and daughter with then.' The Ladies are always to be found on the Siue of freedom; and we want ill em to grace -our meeting irith their presence. Republican Meeting, . The friends of the Republican Cause, in ' Sandusky County, and all others cf what ever party who have become tired of the ' misrule which at present throws us wither ing blight over onr Stats and Nation, are invited to come up to a MASS MEETING, to be held at . . " " t .Fremont, August, 18th. The people will be addressed by COOPER K. WATSOHf, ' WILLIAM II. GIBSON, and F, D. KIMBALL. ; Remember, voters of Sandusky, that these - men advocate the ' cause of Freedom, the immediate Repeal of the Nebraska infamy, and the reduction ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 10 August 1855

- ; FREMONT JOURNAL. - Friday, August 10, 1855. There is Great Evil in Vaccination. ' Dr. Verde Delise ha just paplislied at Paris a very learned and important work on "Vaccination as a Cause of Human De generation." The view be announces are so original and linking, yet mpported b) ao atronir an army of facts, and ao far and judicious an exercise of the dialectic power that ao generally distinetmhea tbe t rench Faculty, that it becomes our duty, more as tnen Iban even as journalists, to place tbe in under the appreciation of our readers aad to ask for tbetn the careful atudy and further investigation of our medical friends. Among the facts that first led Dr. Delisle to bis discovery Tor such w believe it that vaccination exercises a degenerating rrffluence on every constitution tbat hits been submitted to it, be relates tbe extraordina ry instance of a young friend of his whom lie had known from childhood as suffering from pulmonary weakness. At a given point however, of the diseas...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 17 August 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL; ' ISAAC M. KEELEB, Pabllsker ai Proprietor. 'i Th JOURNAL is .ttbli.hed svsry Friday snoraisr. OFFICE-ia Bucklssd'e Block third elory; Fremont, Sandusky County, O. t , . T IIKI. Oas eopr, par ysar. ia advaacs, by mail ft I ,53 Paid within the yesr, 8,0 Artsr the sxpirstioa of ths ysar. 3,50 Town subscriber, will b chrfd $1,75 in advaaos, lbs differsacs ia lh terms belwees . tho price on papers delivered ia towa and : thoee seal by mail, ii occaaioned by tha ex- poe of carry in j. '. r . RATES Or ADVERTISIHO. Oa aquara J 3 line Sret insertion, $0,50 . do each additional inaerlioa, 35 do Three monlha, 3,00 ' do Six months, 3,50 oo One) ear, 5,00 Two square, six months, 5,00 do One year. 10.00 One-third column, one year, 15,00 Half column, one year, 18,00 Ono eoiamn, one year, 30,00 Uasium DirMtorrj. I. O. O. F. Crorhaa Lodg-e, No. 77, meeU at Odd Fel lows Hall, in Buckland's Brick Block, svsry Saturday sreninf . Fremont Encampment, No. 64, meets at the aaae place on t...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 17 August 1855

From the Mansfield Herald. TAXES—WHO IS RESPONSIBLE? The Statesmanship of State Administration. .That our taxes are enormous, increasing, crushing, in their amount and weight, the people need not be told. We know all tbis because we feel it. That the party . now la power should be held responsible or tnts, would seem to be just and proper; . became that party has had the entire con -v trol of the State Administration, in all its i departments, Exeouiive, Legislative, and Judicial, for the last six years, unchecked by any other party whatsoever. Our en X tire State Government, Constitution and all, it the creation of the party in power, ; and it has bad exclusive control and diree- tion over it , . ' . But, attempts are made to throw off the t responsibility for the burdens under which , groan from (he shoulders of the State Administration upon the local municipal bodies of the Sute the county, township, city and village corporations. Now, admitting, for the sake of the ar , gument, ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 17 August 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. t i ''FridaY-An-Gst IT, 1855. -ft Fremont Republican Cln, ; meet at Buckeye Hall, on Tuesday rening next, at 7 o'clock. Let there be a full attendance. REPUBLICAN Mass Convention. . The people tbrouauout the count v wi bear m Kind the Meeting on tbe 18ib to morrow. We expect to bare tbe largest political meeting tbat ha ever been assembled in Sandusky County. Delegation! from every township with, banners and musio will be present The speakers, COOPER K. WATSON, WILLIAM H. GIBSON, and F. D. KIMBALL, re all talented men and tried champions of Freedom. The Committee of Arrangement have provided for tbe comfort and convenience of all the Ladie who wuh to hear the ad dresses. ' The Republican Club. Met on Monday evening at Buckeye Hall, ad after hearing tbe report of the commit tee appointed to draft a platform of princi ples, tbe report was adopted. - Permanent officers for the Club were then chosen as follow: . : President L. . Boris, Vice President Jouh Yoitckmas, . S...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 17 August 1855

The Late Riot at Louisville. [From the Louisville Journal.] ...Wo deeply regrel to have to record the cenes of violence, bloodshsd, and hotiaa--barning which occurred in our city yester day. ; We cannot now express our ,bbor renoe of uoh things; nor can we find space ia wbicb to my what wa would wish to sat upon tlis lubjct. A terrible responsibility rests upon those wbo have incited the foreign population of our city to the devils of violence which were the commencement of the riots in tho First pd Eighth Wards. Wo are confident thst these riots were not occasioned by anything that happened at any of the several voting places. The election throughout the city, as far aa wa can learn, bad passed off hb unusual quiet with the exception of a bru tal outrage in the First ward, of which we shall speak presently, and soma fighting at tha eight ward polls in which no one was much hurt The riots were occasioned by indiscriminate and murderous Basalts com mitted by foreigners, chiefly Irish...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 24 August 1855

Fit EM ON T; JOURNAL : ISAAC M. REELEBj Pmblisker and proprietor. Tha JOURNAL is publishH every Friasy inmine. OKFICE in Bsckland's Block third atoryi Fremont, Sandusky Coonty, O. ' I IK S. 0a copy, pet year. In advance, by mail $1,50 Paid wili.iu Jhe rear, 2,im Aiter tho expiration of Mia year, 2,50 Tow abeeribera, will be chnrpfd $1.75 in advance, the difference iu the terina between the price on papers delivered iu town and those aent by tnuil, i occasioned by the ex peuae af carrying. RATES OF APVERTISISO. One square 13 liuea first iuserlinn, do each additional insertion, do Three months, j do - Six roonthi, '. ' " ' -" do One )ear, , Two aquares, six months, do One year. One-third column, one year. Half eolnmn, one year, One column, ana year, ; $0,50 25 3,i:0 3,50 5,110 5,00 M,l0 15,00 I3.C0 33.00 Busintss Dimtorrj. I. O. O. F. - Croghaa. Lodjr, No- 77, meets at Odd Fel lows Hall, in ituckland's Brick block, every Saturday evening. Fremont Encampment, No. 64, roeeia at the ama ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 24 August 1855

The Louisville Riots. A Urge portion of oar paper i this week tak en op with accoauU of the riot at Louisville. ' . Wa did not intend to refer to his bloody trans action again, bat on account or the publication nd circulation in tlii county of glaring')- false rtatementa, charging the American party of Louierille, with the responsibility of the riot, feel it oar duty to puulih the affUivitsof several of the citisetis of Louisville. Such ev tdenee wa think will have a little more weight than the mere aay ao of "An Eye Witness,' or MA Foreigner who voted the Know Nothing Ticket," their atory is entitled to no credit " whatever. . We are salaried that the account her given O IS THE TRUE ONE. The enly reason that prompted the circulation of the false statements by tha leaders of the sin re de mocracy in this county, was a hope that it might stir np tha aaamosities of the foreign citizens, nd array them against the native born. They have appealed to all the baser passions, that lumber in...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 24 August 1855

parsed ni enlarged views of duly citizens. w u locmm courage ana aeiermin,iv- freedom aad reform the Slate, m.. . i m r r V i a li.. oar iiw pMmt MQMI candidate for Attorney General, C. K. Wat .... k. M k.. -r (nnrnn from thia district. and Wat. II. Giasoif, candidate for Treasurer of Bute, acqoitted themselves witn greet creau, and the frequent and loud applauie which greet ed them throughout the whole course of their remarks showed that what they ottered met with a cordial reeponea in tha hearts of the as ambled thouaanda. 8uea M the eanae and auch are tha men tha People delight to honor. trr Manv articles, both original and selected, re crowded oat of oar paper to-day. by the Louisville intelligence. Fremont Price Current. Woo) per pound Wheatperbushel Floor per barrel Corn per bushel. Oats per buahel Butter per pound Eggs per dozen.... Cheese per pound.... Lard per pound.. Salt per barrell Hides per pound Flaxseed per buahel Timothy seed per bo Clover seed per ba Pork 1b bog Har...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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