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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 November 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, NovemberlS' The North Awake. forever mure ! The dreary nieht has well nigh pained; The so mberi of the north are o(er, The giant stands erect at last. More than we hoped in that dark time, When faint with watching, few and worn, We saw no welcome day-star climb The cold gtey pathway of the mora! Oli weary hours! Oh night of yearr! What storms our darkling pathway swept; Where beating back our thronging fears, JJy luitri alone our march we kept. How jeered the scoffing crowd behind, How mocked before the tyrant train, As one hy one, the true anil kiud , Fell fa inling in our path of paiu! They died their brave hearts breaking alow Hut seir forge-fa! to the last. In words of cheer and bugle-glow Their breath upou the darkness passed. A mighty host on either hand, Stood waiting for the dawn of dav To crush like reeds our feeble band! The morn has come and where are they? Troop after troop iti line forsakes, With peace-white banners waving free, And from oar own...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 November 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL: , ISAAC M. KEELER. Publisher and Proprietor. The JOURNAL if published erery Friday morning. OFFICE ia Auckland's Block tiird story; Freniout, Sandusky Couuty, O. T B R ti a. Wae copy, per year, in advance, by mail $1,51 faid within I he year, 2,00 After the expiration of the year. 2,50 Town subscribers, will be charged $1,75 in advance, the ditfereuce in the terms between the price on papers delivered in town and thoae aent by mail, ia occasioned by the ex pense of carrying. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square 13 lines first insertion, $0,50 do each additional inserliou, 25 do Three months, 3,' 0 do Six months, 3,50. to One ear, 5,!0 Two squares, six mouths, 5.00 do One year, l'M'O One-third column, one year, 15,00 flilf column, one year, 19 00 One column, one year, 3iV'0 jDn0mc03 Dirrrtcrn. i. o. o. I". Croghan Lodge, No. 77, meets at Odd Fel-. Iowa Hall, iu Auckland's Uric!; lilock, every Saturday evening, Fremont Encampment. No. C4, meets at the same place ou the -i...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 November 1855

The Pacific Railroad Disaster.- Full Particulars. ajs of the cause of the accident: It has been suggested, that the devlish malice of some evil disposed persons may have been at woik lo weaken the super structure, and thus to expose to the hazird . e j i. .t i i..-3 . .. i,..,! I.. 1: : vi ueatu me nuuureoa m iiuuurcmn iu , i toe cars on that day. Ihismueh is certain, . . ... ... Uial ilT. V SUlliran IliniSJIt DclleVeJ that ,he bridge was perfectly secure, or he nev - r would have ventured that freight of life :, tt i, . : . .. tUUU II. 111. UaU !"4JLU I CPUU3 IU 1'iil". Cj ' t.. .!. ..:,.. .. it '., IlI, VII t.lC Midlife )IC1 1.- i.ia I. from his own hps, he had passed over Hie road from l.ie Usage mer to St, Louis, with the locomolive. and he exultingly sai, , nil s ll""l. J"-- v u. ....... ..on "...Li- ties to encjtinier, in the completion of f t work, of which no man not initiated has any conception, and it seems to be a source of rrrcat satisfaction to bin. that lie had overcom...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 November 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, November 9, 1855. A Srliolarship, TN Godfrey &. G3ldsmilh's Commercial Col- X leire. Sandusky, cau oe ouwiucu j appli. Cation at this office. WOOD WANTED! WE will lake on robscriplion lo the Journal, all tha good, dry, solid Wood (4 feet iu length,) that mar be offered, at market pi ices. Thai are tnany of our patrons M wished to have us take Wood, Bring it ou frieud', we want it O NOW. 1. O. i. T. Fochtair Louck, No. I3i), of the IndepeiY- tient Order of Good Templars, meet ut OJd Fellows Hall, every Friday evening. Melancholy Occurrence. It becomes our painful duty to record the death of Tuos. Keslkk, for a Ions time the efficient an! faithful employee of the racifio Express Company, Rnd mail carrier! 1 l J' DClween cuasia enu W tavnviiie, WI.ICD 4 . ; . , e ,. occurred on the lOih inst,, while fonJni"! . . c tbo Trinity river near McGilvt ry crossing. dfeecsed was riding in company with two others, and in advance of them, when tuu'e, in pawing round 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. — 9 November 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, November 9, 1855. From the Cincinnati Commercial. Never. BY. G. W. CUTTER. 1 may b atked, and I have been asked, when I am for the dissolution oi the I'nion? ! an swer never, nerer, never. IIehkt Clay. Ton ask me when I'd rend ihe enroll. Our father' name are written o'er, When I would aee our flair unroll lie mingled atara and atripes no more, When with a worae than felon hand Or felon connsela, 1 would never, The Union of this glorious land 1 answer never, uever, never. Think ye that 1 could brook to see .The banner I have loved so long. Borne pieee-meal o'er the distant tea Torn," trampled by a phreniied throng Divided, measured, parceled out - Tamely surrendered up forever To ratify a soulless route, Of traitor? never, never, never. Give up thia land to lawles miht. To (elfish fraud and villain away. Obscure thoee hopes with endless night That now are rising like the day Write one more pajre of burning shame To prove the useless, vain endeavor Onr race 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. — 16 November 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC M.KEEIjERj, Pakliiher and Proprietor. The JOURNAL is published every Friday norning. OFFICE in Auckland's Block bird itory; Fremont, Sandusky County, O. T S R M 8. One copy, per year, in advance, by mail $1,5(1 raid within the year, 2,00 After the expiration of the year. 2,50 Town subscribers, will be charged $1.75 in advance, the difference in the terms between the price on papers delivered in town and thote Bent by mail, is occasioned by the ex pense of carrying. RATIS OF ADVERTISING. One square 13 linee first insertion, $0,50 do each additional insertion, 2." ' lie Three months, -V 0 da Six months, 3,50 do One tear, S,,n Two squares, six months, 5,00 do Oneyesr. Dl.CO One-third column, one year, 15,00 Half column, one year, 18 CO One column, one year, 3d, CO Easiness Pircctoni. I. O. O. F. Crorhan Lodge, No. 77, meets at Odd Fel lowa Hall, in Auckland's Brick Ulock, every Saturday evening. Fremont Encampment, No. 64, meets at the earn place on the 2d and 4th...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 November 1855

Poetry. For the Journal. THE UNWILLING BRIDE. She Rtands beside the altar, And gems are In her hair. And noblo Lords and Ladies, liave proudly gathered there. Her jeweled robe is spotless. Unsullied, like her heart, Yet from her lips rorao anguish. llath bid the smile dejtart. .And one beside her stand eth, With smile-wreathed lip so par, 'TS'fcofie lofty look and bearing proud, Becometh well the day. His suite Is clad is Telrct, With polished sword and plume, And music's strains re-echo Throughout that vaulted room. Tis hushed, and low ascendfth A prayer to Cod on high. The bride-groom proudly bendcth And firmly makes reply. Why starts the kul, -ildly? Why shrinks she from the tow? Should aupht of care 01 sorrow, O'ercloud her features now? IIt gaze meets his; whom fortune's Dark withering frown hath seen, Tet nature's nobleness is stamped Upon that brow serene. "Those eyes'of starry lustre Had sent a magic dart, And words of burning eloquence, Enthralled in chains her heart. A Fat...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 November 1855

Fremont gounul. ocql ffigKllgfrVUg Weft. WOOD WANTED! WE will take on subscription to the Journal, all the food, dry, solid Wood (4 feet iu length,) that may be offered, at market prices. , There are many or our patron who wished to hare Da take Wood, Bring it on friends, we want it ET NOW. November, Is npnn ns with its chilling blartu, with lt fiufc-d At'l'H lu Billing team and withered Bowes. The following la from PwrMai for XovKXRKa: The wild Korvmlior enmcc at lat. Beneath a veil of iin; Tlie ntirlit wind Miiwn it folds aside Her face is full of pain. The htteftt of her race, he takes The stitnuin'd vnriuit throne: She h lint one hort nmnn to lire. And fthe must liv aloue. A hnrea realm of withered fields; Kieek w.mkIh snd htlitiff leave: The palent niorn tlutt ever damned; ' The dreariest of eves. It ! no wonder thst she comes. Poor month! witli team ol nsin; For what can one so hntielee do . But weep, and weep again? Poor month! she has done little else tlixn weep copious show...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 November 1855

New Goods! New Goods! c.TThaynes, Is now receiving his Mammoth Stock of FALL AMD WINTER GOODS: CONSISTING OF Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats, Caps, BOOTS and SHOES, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, CROCKERY, IJRON, NAILS, GLASS, PUTTY, LEATHER, All of which MUST be sold at Produce of all kinds, or Cash! HAYNE'S EMPORIUM, No. 1, Buckland's Block, Fremont, Ohio. September, 7th, 1855. I3tf Bargains heretofore unheard of, for Roberts gSheldon Stoves, Tin, Hardware, A. MT 3 AGRICULTURAL I3IPLE3IEXTS, AT WHOLESALE and RETAIL. R0.1 OBERTS & SHELDON, have added stock o Hardware, to their large slock of Stoves and Agricultural Tools, and shall be receiving addition! from time to time, all of which will be SM Very Cheap, t the old (tend of PEASE Sc. ROBERTS QTRAW CUTTERS. The very best, for sJ eale by Roberts t- Sbeldqw T)OTASH KETTLES, Coolers, Ley-pails, J. and Dipper always on hand at the Stove mn4 Hardware fctore or Roberts & Shbldos. "DUMP S. Downs St Co's Revolving X Spout, Well, Cistern and Farc...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 November 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL I$4AC 3L UIXLEB, rrrielr. ' tba JOrKtf AL It published every Fridsv morninge Bee In the tfainl Starr, Buckiand's Block Fremont, feasfcuky ewswty.OLio. " TERMS OF BUB8CRIPTIOIC. . Oat eopv, per vwsr, U advance, by mail f.W Paid withia the tmt ,00 After the vxpiimtioa of the year .... .... 1,74 ivwi puuaci luer, ui wiwm - BATES OF JLDVERTI8IKG. - Om Square 10 lines or In, one Insertion, $0,50 do. do. s lo. . Each additional soaertkm u.'ij Three months ....... Six months 6,00 wo. Ooe year - One f north column, change quarterly, 1 year Oae-tbird do. do. do One-balf do. do. do Wboss do. do. do Buaines -Cards, 6 lines or Ion, one Tear .. 8,00 .. 1&, . . 20,00 . Aim . 4.V00 6,00 leaned donees prcc-eilins nurufpi, and Double coi bi AdvYtrtssesnests, to be charged double the above rate. t i Adverti.Baients should bo marked with tiie number of Insertions or they will be cootiuued until ordered out and charged accordingly. JOB PRUTTING, Of alt kind, neatly and expeditiously...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 November 1855

Repairs of the Public Works. ettings ot tho repairs by Mntractvcstrday,Vi'3 ijjjf auiunt . ,ng in number, autol, to soincJJiing ovor -npventy.'. 'Several of these, "bills 'covered all r trie' PdhlfcWorks oftlia 'State; '.and ;wcre A friacle brrleii of cxperieTicb And skill, in birr fwrh'Sfito'M tfc-H as bj-' pcntlenienliom '.abroad1." Wart not snffii-ientiy informed 1 of the character of the diflmit" offering to 0 speak of their claims to attention, but some ft them' that' were ruled out' hoe.-UHo' too "tngh trcre made'bv parties in -whovi judg- 'merit of -"the value of the' work we .have fciX'atwnfidence,' .leaving us to' indulge the hope that the BoariJ has tsorcisod a sound ""discretion in' their preferences. The faet "that the action of the Bonrdln tlw. award IVas unanimous, streifgthens.tliis" hojie, and ? J .. i- J. 1- r..Z. 1 1.- .. .1... ..... xnuuees us io iook va orwoi , uoliiw uiisuui ' ding our misgivings, on tho inauguration of r tho new system. "Our views as to the saf...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 November 1855

Fremont Journal Local and Miscellaneous Maffers. To Poets. W w ill furnish ilhor. Omnain. at-mi. IjvIvs Jook or TvnukrlKxlior, as desircU, .d.--, Jls. Illi-ilPl'll .1- .. i: i. :.. .,r ' i rr '...1 T1 '...:(- Lfi-L,," -..1.1 1..' J.-u.L'li.l "1 'vuiuiutixH jfiAlviiuaa v i, :v;s c ... of Tt0 Ark, " .;. v -Oi . . v i. -. - i ,,', . r - 1. ...I.:., f.J.!.. no ..1.... n..'..l. i.UU. t. oven- Oil i' 'lion-. . It is tlic onlxM-uWicV :ti i.ii..in.Oiia should U " , . Weitkreof tho Order liiHl.a.i'l" -1 per viwr.i. ii'bicriptioii'i' Cil imv. Le . JjiC Graham's Magazine. I'.r TWrtmlinr li-L lii'i-ii riH;ciil. a-Almraenn tUUVIaSUUin iw-uiko vf"""'"",. Tlie' iifilclliVluiieut-; imd villi of ' content!. - ... v v '; 'li .OTC-unuh-ually aUractive; pnbliKitM WA ii. Seo, JjCJC Chj'stiait st r.-rt ' philn.T.-lpJiia." rat per nnnuin.'i We wiil fiiriiili .itiraluun ' Riid'tha i 'JoMficaeli onr roar f-r .5l.V ; .1 I Who Can Answer? "timSwhen tlie- flfnivcliiicr fit tlw jiHKtion iFwilt' street utJifJ pi...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 November 1855

Agricultural. Ode to Lamb. Hind quarters of the tvpe ofinnneenee. Whether ith (Mi aad mint I mast dispense, Or CO Uie twain, blashemine. the expense, Amd thus enjoy taee in the fullest mw That's the question. Ur section f roonjf motion, tender food. Just in the town of graM-fed jutey-hood. Dainties like thee should not be served up nule, But graced with all the trimmiiire, understood. To help digestion- Then boil the peas, the fragrant mint prepare. Its thou, prime J "int. not orerdone, nor rare, Conooet the aTavj with exeeediiie care; VbtB all ia ready, serve 1 shall be there, 1 always tun. Incipient beep-moat, when on thee I din But be the plates and icy cold the wine; Three slices midway of the le g be mine; Then put the rest away for very One Is cold roast bunb. From the Ohio Farmer. WORK FOR THE SEASON. L Preserve all the straw and fodder you can. If it does not find use now it may before you are aware. Keep such coarse food under cover, (if you have room,) or well stacked out,...

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 December 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL' ISAAC M. KEELEIC Proprietor, The JOURNAL is published mm Friday morning. Office Iath tliir.1 story, Bucklaml'a Block rennnit, Sandusky county, Ohio. . . - TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. - One eopv, per vear, in advance, by mail $1,60 J-aW wiiuin tlie year After the expiration or the year A'W Town aubscribera, in advance . 1,74 . BATKS OF ADVERTISING. : On 8quM 10 linea or less, one inertioav.....$0.r0 do. Each additional inacrlion .. s- - do. " Threa mnothi. ...... ........ 8,00 do. Sis months - ........... 6.00 , do. ' One vear ,00 One-foorth column, change quarterly, 1 year... 1.V.0U One-third do. -...,. do f --- '. One-half do. do. do - ...25.00 Whole do. do. do ..i 46.110 - Buniiien Cards linen or less, one vwar 6,00 - lteri Notice nreceUinff marriairea. and Itouble. col- mn Advertisements, to be cbanred umil.k' the above rate. Advertisement should be marked with the number of IsaertieM or tbev wiU be oootinued until orderoa out aua charged aeeordingly. . JOB PRINTING, ...

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 December 1855

ARRIVAL OF THE ATLANTIC. New York, Nov. 30. The Atlantic arrived at 9 o'clock this evening. Tho latest dispatch from the seat of war reports officially from Lord Strat ford do Radeliff, a victory pained on the 5th ult. by Omar Pacha, over 10,000 Russians, mostly Georgian Militia, at River Ingomar, which Omar, with tho Turks 2,000 strong, crossed at fotirpoints, taking sixty prisoners, three guns, and four hundred killed and wounded. Turkish loss 300. A private dispatch, which evidently refers to tho same encounter, says that tl(o Turks crossed the Rivej Anakra and stormed the Russian redoubt, after which they pushed forward towards Kutaia. Kars is still besieged but appearances in dicate that the Russians will retire to Tiflez. Nothing from the Crimea. The armies are preparing for winter. Only a few ships re main in tho Dnieper and the bulk of tho fleets arc returning to Constantinople. Tho Czar has rctunid to St Petersburg!!. Peace rumors are again extremely prevalent, but vague. D...

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 December 1855

Fremont Journal. Fremont Journal. Local and Miscellaneous Matters. - This exquisitely sweet little pastor al is taken from for December: THB IOST liMU. Th. little Tartar maiden. That ru.rd my niaMera ahtem. She make. lamb hei pillow When he lies down to deep. , She (r VfW pur tent-enrtaina, , ' Before tl BJOTtt it WMMI, And 4riva oar Horka together To paaturea ffvah and green. , . '. . Vv heart foe. with the maiden, or when I wake I Bnd Ko heart within mr lopom, Nor any peace of mind. ' " 1 track the loot lamKi footiU-pa. ' And find it fart asleen Beaide the little maiden, i : . That tenda nij mMter a abeep. To Poets. We will furuisli cither Graliain, GoJoy's Lady's Book or Kniokerboekor, ns dcsirwL and the Journal ouf year from the 1st of January, 1856, for the be New Year's Address, to the patrons of the Journal, of not less than 200 lines. To be sent in by the 25th of December. The merits of the 'address to bo decided by a committee of distinguished gentlemen- Receipts on Subscri...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 December 1855

I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT IT MEANT. He (Tv me a knife one dny at school, Four-bi-vifd, the handle of pearl Aoi rreat Mark words on the wrapper said, - "For the darlingret little girl." I was pladt oh, yeR, et the crimson Wood To my roanc cheek came and went. Ami mv hoart thumped wowlrou.lv a pit-a-jat, But I didn't know what It meant. One niffht he aaid I must jirmp on hi sled. For the anow was fwllinp fast; . I was half afraid, tint he dialed and coaxed, And he got me on at lest. " l.Miirhinjr and chattinir in merry elee, To mv home hie ronree he bent. And mv nifrtvr looked at enco other and smiled, Hut I didn't know what it meant. The yearn paesed on, and they touched hi. eye With a fflwdow of deeper hne; They pave to his form a manlier grace To hia cheek a swarthier hue. Te atood by the dreamily rippling brook. When the day was almost spent, Hia whispers were soft as Uie lullaby. And imc rkat u meant ! The First and Last Oath. "Shall I tell you a story, my little friomls F said old Undo...

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 December 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. ISAAC M. KEELER, Proprietor. Th. JOIK.VAL U published '"-ry Fri'bv Bce loth third .Wry, Uucklaud's Block-i reuiont, bandusky countv, Ohio. TERMS OF BCUSCRIPTIO.-. tlw eopy, per rear, in advance, by nal 1,SB Paid ithin the year ?Vr After the expiration of the your AW luwn inbJcrilwM, in sdvancs M RATES OF ADVERTISING. - One Souare 10 line or less, one insertion, tO,nO do. F.itch additional insertion 0,25 do . Three months.... . 3,00 do. Six months 6,o0 ' do. One Tear R.O0 One-fourth column, change quarterly, 1 year... lf.M0 One-third do. do. do ... 20,00 , Oae-baH . d". do. do ... S!.0 Whole do. do. do ...4.1.00 ' Basines lines or less one year. . ... 5,00 Leaded Notice preceding marriairea, and Double col sunn Adverts mints, to Ik- charred double the above rate. Advertisements Nhould btt marked with the number of Insertion or tiu-y will be continued unmunittxvuuuiauu barged accordingly. JOB PRINTING, Of aB kind'" neatlt and eipeoitioasly executed, and that Wo, lo IL...

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 December 1855

T tKe American Party of Ohio. - Orrici Pres. Stat Council of Ohio, j - Cincinnati, Dec. 6, 1855. j 1 From a conviction of the present oondi- of the Order in this State, and the re-: lation it holds to the National organization, : as well as those of our sister Stales, dc- mands an early meetiug of our State Conn-j oil, for the purpose of considering the great questions now at issue before the American ; and adopting such measures as may j best subserve true American interests; and J that a frank and manly expression ' of the sentiments of the American party in this State will greatly conduce to the har- monious action of its wise, judicious and con- friends throughout the Union I, S therefore, by virtue of the power vested in j me by the Constitution, do hereby order a 1 special meeting of the State Council of Oliio, to be convened in tho city of Columbus, on Thursday, the 3d day of January next, at ' o'clock P. M. i Delegates whoso credentials were filed and accepted at tho annual ...

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 December 1855

Fremont Journal. Fremont Journal. Local and Miscellaneous Matters. To Poets. We will furnish cither Graham, uoaej Lady's Boot or Knickerbocker, as desired, and the .Who one rear from the 1st of January 1850, for the best Now Years Address, to the patrons of tho Journal, of not loss than 200 lines. To bo sent in uy the 25th of December. Tho merits of the address to be decided by a committee of distinguished gentlemen. An Owner Wanted. We found a purso containing a sum of monev. on tho the side-walk, last Saturday noon. The owner can obtain it, on applica tion at the Journal office. Cosmopolitan Art Association. From present appearances the numler of subscribers to this Institution will be infinite ly larger this year than it was iu 1854. The Reqinter says: "We are informed that the subscribers of - tho Cosmopolitan Association aro unexpect edly numerous. In all quarters its charac ter appears to be appreciated, and those who want t.h marrazines for the coming year are subscribing thr...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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