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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 September 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, September 28, 1S55. Jt&" A miser's epitaph : Hare lies Old Thirty-three Ter cenlT The mora he got the mora ha lent; The mora he get the more he craved! Good God! can audi a aoul be eared? " SuRviifd his Cocktrt. S. 8. Cox. Esq., former editor of the Statesman, writes to tliat print from Havana, under date of July 27th. lie gives tome incidents of life in a California steamer. He sap; "I went into the steerage the other day, end amidst the throng saw another little one almost beet red with its newness. It had no name. It was Irish. I persuaded the woman to name it F. Pierce. Wasn't I serving the admiaistratioD ?" Advices from France say that Sanders, the ex-banker of San Franciawo, who a few months since fled in his own vessel to the Sandwich Islands, after commiting enor mous forgeries is now at large in Pans. MITCHELL'S Wholesale Grocery, IJBATIfflElffi, FEED, FLOUR Provisioii Store. No. 1, Moore's Block; FREMONT, OHIO. Next Door to the Hardicar Store. ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 October 1855

F Rft MONTI JOVJS ? A L : . tablisher and Proprietor.. y..- i. C-M The i JOURNAL m sKiblished MeryFriday Morning. OFFICE in Boca'antra tnocs fcird etory; Fiei Saadusky County, O. Om copy, p year, i advance, by mail $',51 aid within the year, . ' t 2,00. After ilea axcwalraaV the year; ''' r' 8,50 Tow-oabacribers, will b charged; f 1.75 in. advance, the difference iu the terms between the price e papers-dehrerad i town-mad thoaa sent by mail, w occasioned by lha ex- car'rjin r, J .1 j ' . RATES OF ADVBTISISO; , v 43na square 13 liuea first insertion,' $ 0,50 e.do-ik- -i additional jusecliea;, do Three months, ., 2i ""Jo V Six motha, - 3,80 vtov." One Jeaw'cs Ut M t J'VJ? Twoaquaree, six mouths , j ,4 . do J One year. " - "" One-third, eoluoia, one year.n s !!.-'; t j5,0 Half column, oue year, . ,r .-, -. I .Cll. Oaa column, bueyear, a -l vr " '8,00 jPinincgsr Dirtctorpi ;i .(iy.Ti1 e-Ii V?I O.-O F; t- (. -sl . CrofMaa LodgA, Na" 77, awets at Odd Felt Iowa Hall, iu JJuckland'e firiclc...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 October 1855

FALL OF SEVASTOPOL. '" From the New York papers of Friday we condense eucb particulars of the assault and conflict wbicb resulted in the capture 'of tbe Southern part of the Crimean fort rress m oar meaner dispatches failed to eive, 'including dispatches of the Generals in com mand, showing the desperate nature of the 'encountures and their bloody, but (to the Allies) victorious results. We suppose our 'readers will End more to interest them in thete details, than in any other matter with whicu we could fill our columns. Sandut iy From the London Times, Sept. 11, 1855. Capture of the Malakoff and Russian Retreat. War Department, Sept. 10, 1855. Lord Panmure has just received the fol lowing, telegraphic despatch from Geo 3imp8on, dated : tJ -. -v., Crimea, Sept 9, 1SS5.. ' Sebastopol is in the possesion of the Al lies. ; . V - The enemy, during the night and this xnoraing,have evacuated tbe south side.atler exploding tbeir magaxinee and setting bre to the whole town. . . ' All the me...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 October 1855

tstx 'FREMONT , JOURNAL. ., Friday, October 5, 1355. 7 X Scnlarbljj. JN God Trey & Goldsmith's Commercial Col lege, Ssnde.ky, can ba abtaiaed by appll alios at tbi oflice. . '. ' " To Newspaper Publishers. 'We advisa eery publisher of newspa per tadono mors advertising for , ,.vO ; V. B. PALMER if New York, unless tbey get fhelr paj in mdvanot.l We i have done cdrarliting on bia orders to the amount of tlS, which he refuses to pay aaya hs owes- us nothing. A man who refuses to pay his printer'! bill, haa but little honesty left Notice. To the Democratic Voters cf.Sandushf County: . I hereby announce myself ai an Independent Democratic Candidate for the office of Sheriff, f the scanty, and aoticit Toor aupport. ISAAC SWANK. Fremont, Sept. 18th, 1855. Ma. Etu.ni Will yoa anaonnca my name hi your paper; the editor of the Democrat re fated to pnblish the above notice, area aa an ISAAC SWANK. Fremont, Sept. 21st, 1855. The Fair. County, made their fourth annual exhibition at Fremont,...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 October 1855

Friday, October 5, 1855. ARRIVAL OF THE AMERICA. Sevastopol Taken!!! —Total Loss over 30,000!!—Five French Generals Killed! —Attempted Assassination of Napoleon! I New York, Sept. 27. Tun Cunara eleersstiig America arrived Ibis morning. The city of Sevastopol has been taken. Loss on both aides upwards of 30,000. . . Sevastopol fell on the 8th insfc, after lat- hg been bombarded three days, and after ii repalses of the trench from the Mala koff, and one reptrUe of the English i from the Redan'. The English lost 2.000, and French about 15,000. Russian los is boat the same as Allies The Russians evacuated the town, after blowing up de fences, finking ships, firing town, leaving mothin jj but ttass of snioulderingToins. Five French Generals were killed, inclu ding BosqueU Large allied forces marsh teg alone; the coast t intercept the retreat of the Russians inland. Allies captured tin immense amount "of munitions of war. It is reported that the allied Generals have orders to demand 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. — 12 October 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL; isaac" m . k e e Ij e n , . Pektlsher proprietor. The JOURNAL is published every Friday Wierniog. OFFICE ia Backlaud's Block tird story; Freroout, Sandusky County, O. T IBM8. opv, per year, hi advance, by mail !,51 "mid within Ihe year, 3.00 After the expiration of the year. 2,50 Town raboenbrr, will be charged $1.75 in advance, the differeace in Ibe terms between the price on papers delivered in town and those eenl by mail, ia occasioned by tha ex ( ense f carrying. BATES OP ADVKKTISIBQ. Dae square 13 lines first insertion, do each additional insertion, do Three months, Tav Six months, bo One J ear. Two squares, six months, do One year, ne-third coining, one year. Half column, one year, $0,50 2. 3,10 3,50 5,00 5.00 1(1,(0 15,00 18.C0 31,00 OMColamn, one year. J3 ttsinr as Directors. I. O. O. F. troghsn Lodge, No. 77, meets at Odd Fel lows Hall, in Buckland's Brick Block, every atarday aveaing. rrem&M Encampment, No. 64, meets at the same place on tha 'id and 4i...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 October 1855

Further News by the Canada. HALIFAX, October 9. Gortsehakoff reportej on (lie i 7th, that the Allies had attempted nothing up to that date on the North side, but were concen trating tbeir forces between BaUk'.ava and Tchernaya. and constantly harrassing the left wing of the Russians. Letters from the camp state tint the Al lies were actively preparing for a campaign. From 300 to 400 deserters, roost of them Poles had arrived at the Allied camp. They stnted that the demolition of the Rus sian army was most complete, and such was the conclusion from the lirst moment of the attack, that the soldiers, exhausted with fatigue, remained 21 Lours without food. The loss of the Russians is estimated at 18.003 men. A correspondent of the Paris Paint, tinder date of September 26th, says, ever since their retreat the Russians have con tinued to fire shells at us, and it would be ft mistake to Buppcse that our army in Se- vastopol is beyond the range of the enemy's batteries of the North sido and...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 October 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. A Scliolarliip, IN Godfrev At Goldsmith's Commercial Col lege, Sandusky, cau be biained by appli nation at this office. j -: 1 ; . Wauted. O ' ' s U A HOT. 16 or 17 esrsof age, to learn the tlie PRINTING BUSINESS. T To one of steady habits, and (food English ed ucation, an excellent opportunity Is offered. Apply immediately, at the Journal Office. 'Wood. We are in want of some WOOD. Those who wish to pay Tor their paper in this way, pleaae take notice. .-. To Newspaper Publishers. We advise every publisher of newspa per to do ho more advertising for V. Ii palmer, of New York, unless they get their pay in advance. We have done advertising on Iiis orders to tbe amount of $15, which he refuses to pay says h9 owes us nothing A man who refuses to pay bis printer's bill, Las but li'.tlo honesty left. . . A Card. IIIKItAiI FOR CHASE!!! The Election earned bo much excitement ou Thursday eveuing laat, that I postponed my first lesson in mutic until next Tuesday cran ing, Oct...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 October 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL: Friday, October 12, 1855. (fcThe following rhyme we published ro lb .Vorfifrn LiAI, psper published every iher day on bomrd the steamer Plan', on Hie xxcriaa tu Lake Superior; The Seer. 1 hear Ihe far off voyager horn, I are tlie Yankee' (rail. Hi foot en every mountain pas'. On every atream his sail, Hia whittling roond St Mary'a Fall, Upon hia loaded main. . Ilia leaving ou the Pictured Rock, Ilia freah tobacco tain. ! (rear the mnlioek in the mine. The axe alroke in the dell, The clamor from the Indian lodge, . , The Jeeoil'a chapel hell. Behind the scared squaw's cano The Steamer Vianet smokes Mid ravea, And city lota are alnkrd for aale Above the Indians' graves. I!y torest lone and water-fall I aee the pedlar' show, Tha mighty mingling with the raaan, The lofty with Ihe low. I hear the tread of pioueera V nations vet to be. The first low wah of waves where sooa j Shall roll a human aea. The rudiments of empire her j Are plastic yet and warm. The chaos of a mig...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 October 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL: .ISAAC. M. KEEIjEK Publisher , and Proprietor' -' . , , . . . ...... The JOURNAL is published every Friday Morning. OFFICE iu Auckland's Bioiik v kird story; Fremont, Saudnsky County, O. 1 d v' it-'. rSRMB. - ,''"' t One copy, per year, in advance, by mail $1,51 said within the year, 2,(10 After (he elrpiration eftheyear.' 8,50 Town subscribers, will be charged Jl.5 in advance, the difference ill the terms b'tween the price en paper delivered in town and , Ihete sent by mail, is occasioned by the ex pense ef carrying. , , . . . , RATES pF JlDVaKTIflKB. One equare 13 lines first insertion, JO, 50 l ; do each additional insertion,' 83 , do . Three months, ... . - . 3, 0 " do " Six months, 3,5(1 -: :)' Oneiesr, ' "MO Two squares, six months, 6,80 do One year, ,.,"10 lOtM-third eolamn, ne year, - 15, CO Half column, one year, - . . 13,C!I K solemn, one year, 3i,00 Business Dimtorrj. I. O. O. F. ''refrian Lodge, No.' 77, meats at Odd Fel tows Hall, in Bucklaod'a Brick Bl...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 October 1855

t It wm la( in the afternoon when 1m time again towards tb house, on hi return from hit long walk to the village, the soft light of the setting sua fell about Josey' window, and the pale boy lay looking out on the rosy and golden clouds in the western sky. There was still a sad look on bis face but he smilled when Harry came up, and listened pleasantly to the boy gossip he bad brought from the village. It was not until some minutes after Har ry bad bade him good bye, and he had ceased to watch bis stout little figure hurry up the road that lie discovered in the far corner of the window a closely folded pack age of white paper directed to himself; and at fie slowly and wonderfully unrolled it, there dropped from it heavily upon bis couch, a big, and beautiful knife, stouter and handsomer than the one he had lost, and with two fine blades. Josey trembled so and bis eyes grew dim, that he could not read the words on the inside of the wrapper and all in wonder bis mother came and read t...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 October 1855

f ft ij FREMONT. JOURNAL, 'Fridr,Octol)erl9,I855. A Scbolrlill, IN Godfrey &. Goldsmith's Commercial Col lege, 8ndusky, can be obtained by appli watioa at thia effiee. - Wanted. ABOT. IS 17 venn of are, to learn the the pr'STInq Business. IV ooe of steady habita, and good English ed . section, an excellent opportunity si-otfafed. Apply immediately, at the iciuaal Office. "Wood. We are iu want of tome WOOD. Thee who wish to pay for their paper io Ihia way, pleas take notice. To Newspaper Publisher. Vfe advise every publisher of newgpa ber to do no more advertising for V. B. PALMER, of New York, unless they get their pay in mdvanee. We have done advertising on his orders to the amount of $15, which he refuses to pay says ha owes us nothing A man who refuses to pay bis printer's bill, btt but little honest left fy-The following prMty staritat were re ceived by "in aeason," but hare been ever lowked antil now. We ask Ei.les' pardon for this seemins; negligence, and shall look for ot...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 October 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. The Heart. heart, ilia heart, oh. Wl it ba A troe and beauteous thi ng. j At kindly warm, as nobly fre, As eagle's uesiling ing. Oh keep it not. like miser's gol.'. Shut in Irom all beside: But let its pre.i-.is stores unfol J lu mercy fr and wide. ... The heart, the heart, that's lru!y bleat la never all ita own: No ray of glory liihtt the breast - That beats lot L alone. ... [ELIZA COOK. The Crimea a Gold Country. Dr. T". Mvnarii's "From Paris lo Eebas topol" has the following : -lf England and France were to take possession of the whole Crimea and wished without keeping up an army of occupation at a vi;st expense, to prevent Russia fiom re -establishing ber power.ihey have only to decree that hence forth Crimea, should be nn independant State, self governed ; and to attract thither in less than one year, as many millions of inhabitants as could be lodged on the soil it would be sufficient to plant on the Tdia tit Dagh a banner inviting the gold seekers of every c...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 October 1855

lo JOURNAL: ISAAC 91. HEELER) nblither and Proprietor. The JOURNAL U published every Friday snorning. OFFICE in Buckland'e Block feudatory; Fremool. Ssudusky County, O. r ;'?:.;':. -mm. 1 ; One eopv, per year, iu advance, by mail $1,50 ' IPaid within the year, 2,(10 e Altec the expiratioa of the year, ' ' -8,50 Town subscribers, will be charged $1.75 in '"" advance, the difference in the term between the price on eauere delivered in town and those eent by mail, ia occasioned by the ex peuae of carrying. , RATK4 OF ADVBRTISIKO. On aquare 13 lines firat insertion, V, r. io each additional inaertion, ;. de,- ; ,, Three months,' "do Six months, t ') (f iii Oneear, " f Two squares, sis. mouths, Jdo One year. - Oaethird column, sne year, t Htlf column, one year, ; , Que column, one year. $0,50 Si 3,' 0 3,50 5,00 5,00 llt.liO l5,o; I8.cn 3ii.00 J3naint3S Dimtorti. " I. O.O. F. ....... . ICroghan Lodge, No. 77, meets at Odd Fel lows ilall, in. Bucklend'e Brick Block, every Saturday evening....

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 October 1855

Napoleon's Revenge--The Humiliation of England ' atiou vf Iceland. The Corsican vendetta is nearly Rccora- plished. for the humiliation of England ap-1, uiuatnni tia VOIIBU lUfimilOII Wlicn in.;u Victoria stood reverentially before the tomb of her country' mort il enemy in the weird torch light which flickered along the walls of the Invalids. ' She stood there as the (fepeadant of Lis nephew a supliant to the the mercy of the Napoleon race, which knows no mercy for its foe a Queen in. name-beside an Emperor in fact. "j .pirui.i o.r iiuumu, ijowo noverrounu inc scene? Did the laugh of the -Old Guard" which, According to the German .Legend,) attends the nightly reviews of le-petit cor-1 poral on the dreary shore of St. Helens, ring scornfully tin ouKh the sombre walls?1 jno, il was out lancy, oui me vengeance 01 the fcapoleons w.-.s certainiy reality. The visit of Q.jeen Victoria to Fans wasj,,; little more than a conquorer's pageant, in which she acted the part of a distinguished cap...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 October 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday; October 26, ISJ5.' A Scholarship, IN Godfrey ot Goldsmith' Commercial Col let, Saadasky, can be Wo1 by pBU- i fcauoa at thi en". To Newspaper Publishers. We advise every publisher of a newspa per to do no more advertising for V. B. PALMER, f New York, unless tliey get their pay in mivonce. We hare doue advertising on bis orders to the amount of t!5, which he refuses to pay says hs owes us nothing A man who refuses to pay his printer's bill, tu but little bonestr left Shiawassee. AN ACCROSTIC ON "OUR RIVER." - Swiftly gliding, brightly sliding-, Hastening onward to the bay: It there aught, Oh warbling water, Aoght that here caa tempt thy Hit? Wild Bower tweet are bending o'er thee, Ad the sunbeam ainile all day, Soft, eri mice now Implore thee, Stay beneath the willows, tay. Ever onward, lingering aeverK ' ach pearly drop goea on lorever. Rich gems of Time as swiftly fleeing, la idle glee hare taxed awsy; Vaia war the wish ui e'sr recall them, -Each moment go...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 October 1855

Translated from the German of Heine. The Voice of the Mountain. A horseman through 'l,e mountain pan Proceeds in ilM gloom: "And ha.te I to mv love's embrace Or lo the dusky tombl" i Tlie moanUia Voice replies- yTo, Ike ilusky tomb," j And onward still the Imisrnian ride Wiih gloomy thoughts oppresl, "And shall I reach the grays so oon7 Well in the grave is reel." The voice sgain replie ' - "Tlw grave ii real.1 - - ' -- The tear fall from the horse raas'a e;ee. And on his pale cheek reft; . . Siuce only death can comfort me, f 'For ne the f rave if beet." ' - 'The voice replies "The grave is best." - The Old Bachelor. Nothing strikes us as a stranger tight than a cool, deliberate i "J bHchelor ! What in the rame of posterity is he living for? What is his use 1 his happiness? what his prospects? . He builds no sweet home So adorn" the earth and give shelter tc one of its blesstd dauhleis. ' He offers noi that priceless gilt the heart, to one for whom he could make a paradise, and fro...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 November 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL: I8AAC M. KEELEBj Publisher and proprietor. ' The JOURNAL Is published every Friday Morning. OFFICE in Buckland's turd .tSry; Fremont, Sandusky County, O. T1KM8. On. epy, per year, in advance, by mail 1,50 raid within the veer, . After the expiration of the year, Ji.au Town subscribers, will be charged $Uo m ndTance, the difference in the term between .l. An nnnjira delivered in town and those ent by mail, ia occasioned by the ex pcnie ef carrying. BATES OF ADVERTISING. One equare 13 lines first insertion, do each additional insertion, , de Three months, do , . Six mouths, do ' One J ear, ' Two squares, six months, do One year, One-third columu, one year. Half column, one year, One column, one year, $0,50 25 3,110 3,50 5,00 5,00 10,00 15,00 1 8, CO 30.00 Business Directory. c I. O. O. F. ' Crophan Lodge, No. 77, meets at Odd Fel lows Hall, in Auckland'! Brick Block, every Saturday evening. , Fremont Encampment, No. 64, meets at the nme place on the "M and 4th Monday ...

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

Hints for Husbands. There is an article afloat in the papers , entitled "Golden Rules fur Wives" which "enjoins on the ladies a rather abject sub mission to their husbands' wills and whims. But the ftrt of living together in harmony is ery different art; an;! without confut ing the position of the authors of the afore said Rules, we offer tha following, as the substance of what wife likes in a husband : Fidelity is her heart's first and most just demand. I lie act ot intldelity n true wile can not forgive it rudelv breaks the tics that bound her heart to his, nnd that tie can never mora exist."1 The first place in her husband's affections no true wife can learn :o do without. When she loses that she has lost her hus band; she is a widow, and has to endure the pangs of bereavements intensified by the 1 presence of what she no longer possesses. ' There is a living mummy in the house, re minding her of her loss in the most painful manner. A woman likes her husband to excel in those qua...

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

tqCFREMONT JOURNAL. ,, . Friday, November 2, 1S55. A ScholJirslup, IN Godfrey & Goldsmiths Commercial Col lege, Sandusky, can bo obtained by apnji. ealiou at thia ollice. WOOD WANTED! WE take on subscription to ihe Journal, all th good, dry, solid Wood (4 feet iu length,) that may be offered, at market piicea. c! There are many of our patrons who wished to have di lake Wood, Biiug it on friends, we Jwant it ID" NOW. To Newspaper Publishers. We advise every publisher of a newspa per to do no more advertising for V.B. PALMER, of New York, unless they gt their pay in advance. We have done advertising on lis orders to the amount of 15, which be refuses to pay says hs owes us nothing A man who refuses to pay his printer's bill, hrs bat Hltle honest left.- " Roll of Honor. Mobkts Received on Scbcriptios, during the month, of September. We neg lected to publish the receipts at the proper "time, but give the names now : Iaaae Manrer, $ SfllE. Lvberjer, a W. Lewie, 2 01) J. B." Mugg, (1 ...

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