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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 24 August 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, August 24, 1855. From the Illinois State Journal. From the Illinois State Journal. HISTORY--FACTS--SOUTH. Thfl Southern portion of ihia mighty Un ion is one of the most beautiful, and natur al! rich and fertile countries, the sun in Lis free march ever blazed upon. She en joy, the tropical fruits, and everything up on her soil bursts forth with her gorgeous native growth. She baa her rice, her to bacco and her cotton. She likewise has her evils growing out of her peculiar insti tutionsher tropical despotism. Her citi tens are chivalrous brave, just and elo quent, and this is more particularly so when applied to her purely white popula tion. Those persons who are free, are free in reality, yet this freedom does not apply to all ber population. We said a few days since that slavery "iraS a national evil, because it engendered national weakness. When one class dom inates over another class the idea of De mocracy practically applied, which teaches justice and eq...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 31 August 1855

F R EM ON T JO U UN A L : , ISA A V M. RIlKLnB; Pnblisher nnd l'ropiieior. The JOURNAL is published every Friday morniuf. OFFICE in Hucklami'a Week third ilory; Fremout, Suilutky Couuly, O. T3RMS. One enpr, per year. hi advance, by mail $1,51 Paid within ih.- year, 2.(10 Aller the veniratiuu of lh year, 2,50 Town subscriber, will be tharped $1.75 in advance, the ditlVreiiCa ia the terms oel een tbe price on papers delivered ia town and thofce eent by tnuil, is occasioned by the ex- peuas efcarryiiifr. KATES OF ADVEIlTISISO. On o,uare 13 Hue flrrt inreriion, 0,50 do - each additional ilmerliou, 2," do Three mouths, 3,"0 t do Six moutht, 3,.VJ do One) ear, 5.00 Te squares, ix mouths, '."O do One year. M,t:n One-third column, one year, 15,01) Hjlf column, one year, IS.CiI One column, one year, 3J,'J0 J3a0iiu53 Dimtcrn. I. O. O. 1 Crojrhin r.od;B, . 77, meets nt Odd Fel lows Hall, in Buckland'a Brick Block, every Saturday evening. Fremont Eurampinciit, Xo. (14, meets at the ame place on...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 31 August 1855

Arrival of the Canada. One Week's Later News from Europe— Bombardment of Sweborg—Bloody Battle in the Crimea—Assault on Sevastopol —Queen Victoria in Paris. New York, Aug. 29. The Canada arrived at Halifax this morn ing, bringiog Liverpool dates to the 18th lust Her news ia highly important and exciting, both from the Crimea and the , Baltic. The threatened bombaidment of Fwe-I borg by the Allied squadron was opened on the 9th, and continued uninterruptedly till the lltb. Loss by the Allies small; but on the other aide tbo destruction of property was immense. In the Crimea, on the Iflth, the Russians under command of Gen. Liprandi attacked ' the linca of tbo Allies on the Naga. A desperate encounter of three hours ensued, when the Russians were repulsed with very heavy loss. Gen. Simpson telegraphed the British Government that the bombardment of Se vastopol would be recommenced on the Queen Victoria was in France, paying her long contemplated visit to the Emperor. Kansas a State. Ye...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 31 August 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL, Fridaj, August 51, 1S55. A Scholarship, IN Godfrey St Goldsmiths Coinmircil Col lege, Sand oaky, caa be obteiued by appli alio at thia office. New Advertisement. Prof. Fitzoald' School will com mence oo Monday next, 3d inst. Great arrival of New Good by express, at Head Quatlors. Apprentice wanted. Administrator's appointment. Seneca County. The Republicans of our neighboring county are up and doing. Seneca has been pledged for 2,000 majority for Cuasi and the Republics ticket. For the week past they bare Loen holding meetings in the sererai townships. The following appoint ments are yet to be filled : , At Green Springs, on Saturday, Sept 1, at 2 o'clock P. M. by Messrs. J. C. Lee, W. C. Gray, anil J. G. i'atterson. At Attica, on Saturdny, Sept. 1, at 2 o'clock P. M. by Judge EbWt, J. M Patterson, and C. K. Watson. At Fort Seneca, on Monday, Sept. S, at 2 o'clock P. M by V. C. Gray, Judge Ebbert, and Isaao Seitx. Ninth Congressional District. Two rnocsisD. A promin...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 31 August 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, An-nst 3 l7Ts53. The Wind. Th" wind in a bichelor, Merry and free: II roves nt p'eisure O'er land and sea. Herrifrl-s the Ink" And kisses I lie flower, , And bleeps where be lute , I j a jtttsuiiiine bower. lie gives to the cheek, Oi the maiden its bh-orn; llu tastes their warm kisses, Enjoys their perfume. Cut (ruant-!i!iA, cflen ' The Swee'a that he eip. Are lavished neit moment On lovelier lips. ; A Voice from Kansas. We copy the following article- from tlie Kansas Tribune the ablest and robksl ad vocate of freedom in thit territory. Read it, Republicans of Ohio, and then go to worl; with renewed energy: Three cheers for Ohio! . The RcL-ye. Slate all right 1 Chase nominated for Gov ernor ;. Foi d for Lieutenant Governor; Brinkerholf Supreme Jtidije; and Kimtmll for Alt'y General. Now if the penple of Ohio will do as they say they will elect them by 100,000 majority it will be n moral triumph unprecedented in the histo ry of our cation. Mr. Chase has a wor...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 September 1855

FREMONT; JOURNAL ?--.' -i r -. i tii. .11. -i, i.i 1.1 - ISAAC M. K E K L E K Publisher and Proprietor. Tha JOURNAL i publi.hod every Friday moruinif. OFFICE in Buckland'a Block -third story; ITreuiaot, Saudosky County, O. TERMS. One eopv, per year, in advaune, by mail $t,5n Paid witiiiu Ihe vear, 2,00 AHer the expiration of tin year, 2,50 Town subscribers, will te charged $1.75 iu advance, the dilTorenee iu the terms between the price on papera delivered ill town and those sent by mail, is occasioned by the ex peuso of carrying. - " RATES Or ADVERTISISO. One square 13 lines first insertion, do each additional insertion, ' do Three mouths, ' do Six months, flo v.- One ) ear. Two squares, six mouths, do One year. One-third column, one year. Half column, one year, One column, one year. $8,50 2." 3,1 0 3.50 5,C0 5,00 10,1:0 15,03 16,0.1 3!,00 J3asint3S Directors. I. O. O. F. Crorlisn rodje, Ne. 77, meets at Odd Fel lows Hall, io ifucklaad's Crick Uiock, every Saturday evening. Fremont ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 September 1855

SPEECH OF THOS. H. FORD. On Tuesday evening, 21st. inst, the Re publicans held meeting in Cincinnati. It was large and enthusiastic Speeches were delivered by Cuasb, Ford and Camp bcll. Ford is full of humor, and many of our patrons will consider it treat to read the following extract of a speech which he . there made: Mr. Ford was called to the stand, and entertained the vast assemblage for more than an hour, in his peculiarly brilliant and telling style. For want of space we can give but an abstract of a speech that was repeatedly and enthusiastically applunded. When Mr. Ford took the stand he said he was fearful he would not be able to be heard by that acre and a half of people, as he was fatigued by the labors of the canvass. ; He had been nominated without his knowl edge and without his seeking, but he would be elected by his seeking. That in this part of the State there were three parties, ' but 10 his part lucre were only two me Post Matter and the veople. Some of his ' oppon...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 September 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, September 7, 1S55. A Scholarship, IN Godfrey &. Goldsmith'! Commercial Col lego, Sandusky, can bo obtained by appli watiou at this office. Roll of Honor for August. The following persons paid the amoont tot opposite their names, oa oubscripti on during the month of August Vfm. Nice, $6 Wm. B Kridter, 03 The. Gillmore, 1 f5 J. H. lUarickr 1 00 N. P. Birdeeye, 3 00 Thes.Orton, 1 W W. W. Stevens, 1 00 Jacob Bachtal, 75 J. W. Walter, 50 J. Mots, 50 T. C. Terry, 50 T. Granger, 1 50 L. Gelpin, 1 75 J. Cornell, 50 J.N. King, 1 50 H. E. Clark, 1 55 A. H. Bailer. 1 50 Mre. G. W." Eoff, 50 John Bette; 50 -J. W. Hiett, 1 50 R. L. Seely, James Shanon, H. H. Sears, J. K. Rartlett, T. J. Carlton, Lewis Brown, M. Orendorf, Daniel Baker, J. S. Vannees, J. r. Owen, F. Hathaway, 1 50 50 1 75 75 1 50 1 00 I 50 1 00 I 50 75 1 50 75 J. Do rent. 1. B. Fuseelman, 1 50 Geo. S. Dueslcr, 1 03 At the close of this month we will publish Bother list. I Lecture at Buckeye Hall. MR. L...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 September 1855

Hi f ?ft?M(T JOURNAL: v ; .Friday, September 7, 1855. SONG. For every leaf the lovliest flower Which beauty sighs for from her bower For every atar m drop of dew Fee every enn a sky of blue For every heart a .heart aa tine! For every tear by pity shed ' Upon a fellew-euff-rer's head, Ph.: be a crown of glory Riven - ; Such crawoa ae saints to gain have atriren, Such crowne aa eerapha wear iu heaven. For all who toil at honest fame, A proud, a pure, a deatlileae name For all who love, who loving blew, Be life one long, kind, close cares Be life all love, all happiness. llWiley'e "Festos." PROSPECTUS. PROSPECTUS. SANDUSKY REGISTER: Daily, Tri-weekly and Weekly. The proprietors of the Register Estab lishment take pleasure in calling the atten tion of the reading and business public io the several editions of their paper, with a confident belief that in all the points of newspaper excelleoce it is fully equal to anj other similar publication in the country. This fact is attested by the ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 September 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL ''ISAAC Mi KEEIER; Pablishor and proprietor. The JOURNAL i published svery Friday moroinr. OFFICE in Jiucklsnd's Block third story; Fremont, Saudusky County, O. -. IB RMS. . - -One copy, per year, in sdvauce, by mail $1,50 Paid wililin the year, 2,(10 Attsr ths expiration or the year, 2,50 Town subscribers, will be charged $1.75 m advance, the difference iu the terms between the price on papers delivered hi town and ' these eent by mail, ia occasioned by the ex pense af carrying. KATE'S or ADVEIiTISINQ. One square 13 lines first insertion, $0,50 '-' do each additional insertion, 2.3 ao Three mouths, 3, 0 , do Six mouths, 3,50 flo One) ear, . 5.00 Two squares, six mouths, 5,00 do One year. . I ,0 One-third column, one year, 15,00 Half column, one year, 18,0:1 One column, one year, 3tl,'J0 Snsinrss Dimtorrt. I. O. O. F. " Croehsn Lodg-s, No. 77, meets at Odd Fel 1ovs Hall, in Auckland's Brick lilutk, every Satarday evening. , Fremont Encampment, No. Hi, meets at the sa...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 September 1855

ARRIVAL OF THE AFRICA. Halifax, Sept. 11. Tbe Africa arrived here at S o'clock this morning, with Liverpool dates to the 2Stb. Tbe Aia arrived out on the evening of the 25th. Geo. Simpson and Pellissier report that tbe Russian attack on the Tchernaya was a deliberate attempt to raise tbe siege of Se bastopoL Documents upon a dead Russian were found, showing that if they had suc ceeded in taking the Lights a further at tack from four points was to have been made. Simpson estimates tbe Russian force at 65,000 infantry. 6,000 cavalry. 160 guns. The French had only 12,000 men . and four batteries engaged and the Sardin " ians 4,500 men and 74 guns, w hile the English had only one battery. The Rus sians carried the bridges, around the Heights, three times with great gallantry, but were repulsed, and the retreat was cov ered by Russian batteries. Pellissier calls the French loss 1 7 officers tilled, 53 wounded; 172 men killed, 116 wounded. Sardinian loss 250; Russian loss was 3,000 killed...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 September 1855

sssm- FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, September U, 1S55. A Scholarship, IN Godfrey & Goldsmith' Commercial Col lege, 8ndky, can b obtained by appli- eatioa at thi office. Roberts & Shsldos have just re ceived t large assortment of Stoves, Agri cultural Implements, Tin, Sheet Iron, Cop per Ware &c, at the old stand of Pease & Roberts, idvertiseraent next week. . County Fair. The offioen of the Sandusky County Ag ricultural Society, are mating all ibe need ful arrangements for the Annual meeting. Grounds have been purchased, of Messrs. Morgan fe Downs, adjoining the Sandusky Hiver. on the easi side. Those wishing to become members and avail themsolves of the advantages of the Society, should not delay of handing their names to the Sec retary. The names of the Awarding Com mittees will be found in another column. 3TTbe Express Office has been re moved from the Railroad Depot to the Store of Mr. James Mitchell; Mr. L. E.Bo- ren Agent STThe Republican County Convention will meet...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 September 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, September 14, 1S55. Solitude. Kf3T ls there not a new idea conveyed In following lines on Solitude, which we find in Knickerbocker for August: Tin mind at ease mar Mud a charm, 4 la solitude'! repose and calm: The stolid soul, from fancy free, Ma; brook its insipidity. Here Fashion's sated rotary May rind a joy an ecstacy, In throwing oil' the cumbrous dress Which swathes her spirit's artlesues. ' And Science, Learning, Grief and Love, May deem its sweets all sweets above: Ambition here may dream its dream; Chagrin here fiud a Lethe stream. Here Hope may spread her glowing wings, 1'hilosophy here find the springs ' Of all the joys the bosom throng, Which Solitude's rapt shades prolong. But Solitude! thy deep control Binds not all powers that sway the soul; Thou canst not aid, and ne'er restrained, ' Love's longing for the vnatlainci! "To His Own Place." Th Wasbington Organ Bays : "It is re ported tbat President Pierce lias recently bought a farm of 500 lo 00...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 21 September 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL: ISAAC 31. KEELEIl, Pibllsher and Proprietor. The JOURNAL pobli.hed every Friday snorainjr. OFFICE in Auckland's Block hird elory; Fremont, Sandusky County, O. I IBM 8. One copy, per year, ia adrauoe, by mail $1,59 laid wilhio the rear. 52,00 Alter the expiratioa of the year. 3,50 Town subscribers, will be charged $1,75 in advance, the difTereaca in the terms Ix-tween lh price oa papers delivered in town and thorn eent by mail, ia occaaiooed by the ex pense of carrying. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One equate 13 linea 6ret insertion $0,50 do each additional insertion, 25 da Three monthe, 3,0 do Biz monthe, 3,50 do One) ear, 5.00 Two squares, eix months, 5,00 do One year, 1.0 One-third column, one year. 15,00 Half column, one year, 18,00 Oue column, one year, 30,00 Utmnrsa Directory). I. O. O. F. Crorhan Lodge, No. 77, meets at Odd Fel loea Hal', Bucklaad'a Brick Block, every Saturday evening. Fremont Encampment, No. 64, meets at the time place on the id and 4lb Monday eveni...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 21 September 1855

For the Western Dispatch. To Jas Chiles, N. B. M. Murry, et allis, of Independence Missouri. Gsictlsmkn: In the Western Dispatch of Friday, August 17, 1355. Indcdandence Mo., I find the proceedings of a meeting beld in Independence, Mo, on Monday, Aug. 13th, which I, as editor of tlie Wes tern Advocate, am requested to publish in my paper, which I do with great cordiality and due respect (o all concerned. I anJ vnff rparltTS lira nnt arnnQintfl uiili nnv j -j . Church which you designate by the names of "the Northern Methodist Church," and "the Methodist Episcopal Church North." We are total strangers to the "ministers, Vishops, and others, who will constitute said onforence;" yet although we are unac quainted with any Church by either of the two titles designated, or with any of their bishops, ministers, or members, wc publish, cordially and gratuitously, the proceedings of the meeting as req-irsted. If it be said, that the body intended to be designated is the "Methodist Episcopal...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 21 September 1855

rFREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, September 21, 1S55. A Scholarship, IN Godfrey & Goldsmith' Commercial Col lege, Saiidusky, can be obtained by appli .cation at thia office. XoJicc. To the Democratic Vvtert of Sundusly County: - I hereby announce myaelf aa id Independent Democratic Candidate Cor the office of Sheriff, f ths county, and solicit your upport. ,' isAAC SWANK. -: Fremont, Sept. 18th, 1655. j , - Mr. Kkclm : Will you announce my name In yoor paper; the eilitor of the Democrat re faaed to publish tlio abore ifice, .van aa an advertisement. ' ltkf Swu. Fremont, Sept. 21 t,l 855. roliiical Weetinsr. ";: I Go on My Own Hook. 1 ' A Political meeting will be held at the Court Xioua in Fremont, on t . Saturday Evening, September 29to, t candle lighting. The meeting will be ad dressed by JOHN BHRENK. Subject F- ' auTiTK Slavs Law, Kahsas ad Nebkasia, and Political Calumniator all round, will bs apoken - of. All partiee am invited to attend. , Taxes! Taxes!! Taxe!!! The Tax-payers of ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 21 September 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. May,' September 21, 1855. Time's Cure. , . Irionra, O rejoicing heart! j I Th hour are flying, on aome treasure takes, ach one aome bloaaom break, Am leaves it dying: .The chill, dark night draws near, . Thy aii will aoon departs And leave thee sighing; ' Then monrn, rejoicing heart. The hours are flying! Rewiee, O grieving heart. The hoar fly fast. With each soms morrow dies, With each aome ahadoar flies. Until at laat, Th red dawn in the east fid wear; night depart, And titt i paat. Rejoice then, grieving heart, Tk hoe. fly fast! [Household Words. XT" Apples are terj fine thii year and apple jellr is Awe speak Irom actual know! edge very delicious. Our lady readers who are aware of the fact will thank us for giving them the following recipe for making ik "Take apples of the best quality and good flavor, (not sweet) cut them in quar ter or slices, and stew them till soft, then strain out the juice, being very careful not to let any of tbe pulp puss through the stra...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 September 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL: ISAAC M. KEELEK) Pabliiher and Proprietor. The JOURNAL it published every Friday noraing. OFFICE in Buekland'e Block bird itorys Freuioot. Suduky County, O. IIBX!. On copy, per veer, ia Jvoee, by mail $1,51 I'aid within the year, M'l! After the eipiralion of the year, 2,50 Town (utwcribeiii, will be charged $1.75 in advance, the difference in the termi between the price en paper delivered in town and thoa aeut by mail, ia occaaioned by the ax peuae of carrying. KATES OF ADVKRTISI!0. On aquare 13 line firet insertion, $0,50 do eech ndditional ioaertron, 25 do Three monlhi, 3,0 do Sir month, 3,50 do One) ear, 5.nn Two eeuarea, aix month, 5,00 do One year, I".00 One-third column, one tear, 15,u Heir column, one year, Oue column, one year. is.cn 30,00 Easiness Pirrctors. I. O. O. F. - Crophtn Lode, No. 77, meets at Odd Fel low Hall, ia Bucklaud'a Brick Block, every Saturday evening. Fremont Encampment, No. 64, meet at the aatne place on the :id and 4th Mouday evening ef...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 September 1855

Grave Charges-Dare they Deny Grave Charges-Dare they Deny Them? - It is charged from responsible sources ni not ienied, that William Mkdill, while the Nebraska bill whs pending before Con " gress, visited Washington, and then and there urged personally and privately upon every Locofoco delegate fiorn Ohio, the great importance of voting for this huge Nebraska swindle, as it would become the '"corner stone" in the cardinal principles of the present Administration. It is charged and not denied that Will iam Mcuill, while at Baltimore in 1652 as -a delegate to the National Convention which Dominated Frank Pierce, voted against a proposition that the Ohio delega- '.tion should adbere to the doctrines of the Ohio Democracy on the suf-ject of Slavery as deolared by the resolutions of the Slate Conventions of 1843 and 1650, in the for- nation of a national platform. He was wil- ling to ;Vrow freedom to the dogs for the fcenefitr; Slavery. It it charged, and not denied, that ns a delegate i...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 September 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, September 28, 1855. A Scholarship, IN Godfrey & Goldsmith' Commercial Col lege, SadDky, can be obtained. bj appli cation at thii office. Original. The dearest boon vouchsafed by Heaven , To man, when from hi Eden driven; With its most deeply, thrilling power, Street eoother of llie pensive hour, Wa Miuiit; dear, and doubly dear To those familiar with a tear: 'Tie thia that half the value give To a dear friend. The image live la the fend heart' most deep recen: With it bright presence thare to bless. But if that friend anfaitliful prove, If prove unworthy of thy love. He opeed the rurest, keenest dart. That e'er can pierce the faithful heart, That still will to hi memory cling, A if 'twere not a worthies thing. To Newspaper Publishers. , VTe advise every publisher of newspa per to do no more advertising for V. B. PALMER. of New York, unless they get their pay in advance. We have done advertising on Lis orders to the amouDt of $15, which he refuses to pay ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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