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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 December 1855

Agricultural. The Ohio Farmer for 1856. ' ; tt The Ohio Farmer? will commence its Fifth Volume, January 1, 1856. It is now go well and so generally known, that little need be said in iu behalf. With the expe rience which we have gained in editing it for the past four years, and with the knowl edge of the wants of the public, which much travel and correspondence has given us, to gether with the very many able contributor?, which we have been constantly adding to our heretofore long list, we feel that the Ohio Farmer is more than ever worthy of the pa tronage of the entire country, and wo can as- , sure all, that however excellent it may have been for the past year, it will bo bettor for the year to come. The Ohio Farmer will contintfo to be is sued weekly, on a largo folio sheet, of clean, white paper, and on clear type, and illustra ted with Cut of Dom?stic Animals Impl merits. Trees, Houses, dec, &e. Tho News . and Miscellaneous Departments, Market Re ports, &c, will receiv...

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 December 1855

r' 1 FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC !H. UEELER, Proprietor. The JOCRXAL i published every Friday moroin,. Office lathe third story, Buckland's Block reniont, Saadusky county, Ohio. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One copy, per year, in advance, by mil .. -1,S0 .. 2,00 .. 2..V) .. l.TS After the expiration of the year raid within the year ... Town subscribers, la advaaoa RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Square 10 lines or less, one- Insertion,.'.. .-0,.r.O KcM additional Insertion.. 0.25 do. Three months 3,00 do. Sli nionthi .n so, One year ... R.iK One-l"rth column, change quarterly, i year... 15,l One-third do. dn. do ...ai.oil One-half 4K do, do ... 2S.1IU Whole do. do. lu ...4.VO0 1 Oosinni Ords, Knes nr loss, one year 5.00 Leaded Kntins. preceding marriiuri-s, and Double cul- imn Advertisements, to bp chaiyed double the abore rate, - Advertisements should be marked with the number of Insertions or thee will be continued until ordered out aud harmed accordingly. - . JOB PRIKTINO, Of all kinds neatly ami e...

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 December 1855

Arrival of the Empire City. NEW YORK, Dec. 17. Th steamship Empire Citv, Capt. Win die, from Aspiirwall, xrith tho California ttiils and treasure, arrived off Sandy Hook n Saturday morning, and yesterday came to anchor about six miles from the Hook, in the midst of a deno fojr. She was board ed by the pilot boat E. K. Collins. She han the California mails and 1,50,- 000 in gold dust, tho South Pacific mails i tad about 500 passengers. Sho has later news from the South Pacific, but no later , from California. 8icoiro Dispatch. Ths Empire City, arrived at her dock at 9 o'clock. Sho has i been inside the bar with her pilot 48 hours. Bhe brings a million and a halt ot treas ure brought down by the Jno. L. Stevens. The latter boat spoke, on the 3d inst, the tearaer Sonora, bound up with tho New York passengers of Nov, 30th all well. The principal consiciees are Drexel t Co, 34,000; Wq. Hoge & Co, S140, 000; Metropolitan Bank,'$140,000; Wells, Targo & Ccl, $300,000. Nothing import...

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 December 1855

A Quaint and Beautiful Proverb. " He that in the world would ri Mutt nad th. wwi and ADVERTISE.". Acting upon this plan, our friend II. It. Ad fcnls offers for sale a splendid farm of 184 Acres, lying new Grwn Springs Seneca Co. B. Colwell, will have a sale of horses, wagons, &C, at his residence two miles outh of Clyde, on Thursday next. Leppolmaa says Christmas is coming, and he has been gottiug some splendid jew elry suitable for presents. Administrator appointments. Attachment notice. - Frofossor Roundout's wonderful book. . Cosmopolitan Art Association. Thero arc no newspaper readers who keep up with the times, but what read the advertisements in tho papers. Wo hare Veen told, within a few days, by business men who advertise in the Journal, that it it the best investment they ever made, and ts paying largo dividends. Look at the new advertisements. Masonic. The officers of Monticello Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons, of Clyde, are to be publicly installed on Monday nest, tho...

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 December 1855

Agricultural. SONG FOR FARMER'S BOYS. O, a fanwfa bOT a jorlal lad, So healthv, bright, and free; J In bin eountrr horn he ew glad; O, that ia the home for me, With a whoop and a haw to his UrelT team. With the lark abroad ia he; With hi, bread and milk tmrobbcd of cream; O, that It the home for me. a " - O, that 1 the home for me. For me, for me, for me. In the rooming brijrht he drive, awar. Kre the morniiin wn we ace. The lowing herd to the silver utream. And the pasture preen and free. In the aummer time to the harvest field. With a eoolinjj drink we aee Both the farmer bor and the farmer girl, j .0, that it the home for me. v - . 0, that is the borne for me, . fur me, for me, for me. ' When the Autumn winds are sweeping wild. He is irMherinK out, you . - - for a winter's store he will lav them try For his sister, himself, and me. To the orchard then he hies awar, For he knows each favorite tree. And he saves the fruit for a coming friend; " " 0, that is the home for me. 0. that...

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 December 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. IS V AC M. kr.CLCit, Proprietor. ' ' Tei JOrTSX VI Is ruliliatierl crerr Kri.tHv merninfr. m-Ia th tliirl Uinilaoils muck Fremont, 8aniiuskv couittv, OUie. - ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copT, -P" .'. iB l' ow. b-v mail " R,il iritl.in the aw J."" Aft.r the dpiratu.o f u" vr ??! Toirn auUcrilir-ns in aihraucc l,i RATES OF ADVERTISING, " Ob- 8quax 10 oi r l' S inw-rlion, S0.50 io. E.icli ailJilional insertion 0.S Tliian mntha J-00 month JjJ Onrvivrth column,' dung quarterly, 1 w.. - 1M ' Onr-l,U do. . J --- : BiJaits Carta, -" V-i-D". " i,W Vuticps nra-ct-liec and Uouole col- wvatVt to U- cl.arp-i .lonl.U- thr b"ve rat. Ti;t taU.2uMI. marked with the nmnlw o inkier, or tl.i-r .ill be continued unuUrOerwl out ami .liargeti aceordiugl.v. jon puistino, Of a kin, nrath- and e,ml...ly exeented, Mid that too, to the fuU satisfaction of oar patron. BLANKS, Of .11 di.rnn.ion. kept on hand or on a "our.- not, KremontJoum.!. I. O. O. V. .rerv Satuiainv evening. Fkkhovt Kvr .MD...

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 December 1855

Latest from Kansas—The Missourians Retreated—Hostilities Ceased. - The St Louis papers of the 1 9th inst, bring us additional fa? ts in relation to tho inglorious termination of ths late invasion of Kansas by the border ruffians, of Missouri. - Tho Democrat says : "We had an interview lat evening with Gen. Shankland, just returned from tho scene of the lato difficulties in Kansas, giving us rery interesting information of tho preseut position of affairs in tho territory. He in forms U3 that the report published in this ty yesterday afternoon of the surrender of taerr arms by the people of Lawrence is to- tally incorrect The propositions of peace came irom AKUison ana Shannon, at a council held in Lawrence last Fridav and Saturday, at which a treaty of peace was concluded. To the demand mado upon them to obey tho laws and deliver up their amn, the people of Lawrence responded by professing their constant willingness to do tho former, but flatly refusing to yield tho latwr point, On 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. — 28 December 1855

Fremont Journal. Fremont Journal. Local and Miscellaneous Matters. - LOST. At tho Dancing School on Thursday evening the 20th, a large blan ket thawl; four double, red and blue. Any person having said shawl, is respectfully re quested to leave it at this office. S3T Tho Lecture by Hon. J. T. Robin sos, of North Adams, Mass before the Li brary Association, on Tuesday evening last, was listened to with deep interest Owing to tho inclemency of the weather many were prevented from attending To those we Owin can say, that they were deprived of listen ing to one of the most eloquent, interesting and instructive lectures ever delivered be fore an audience in this place. The subject, Opinion" Public Opinion, was progressive in its character and fully up with the age in which wo live. It was just such a lecture as tho times re quire, and tho peoplo are interested in. Mr. R.'s eloquent and peculiarly interesting manner of delivery must win for him a host of admirers whenever he presents his 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. — 28 December 1855

WHO BLAMES ME FOR IT? I tnr a prettr woman (Mess her soul!) Her auaprl.r form, awet-t tice and gentle carriage, Her pleasant Uncuace; and. upon the whole, . aisi'it'O leM than one who io manttge; Tor maltla, though Ihev be beautiful a elvrs, Fail, when witb gentlemen, to a.-t t ocuiaelvea. I lore a marrtMi niuan. fir she know, . B. deep expedience in lit, V joye aiMl woo. That tnen hare honor aiid trupt.oitltiniss: And meet me with free speeru and open face. X know the homre of mnv such, and wheu Their happy mlstress.8 invite me ti itlivr, 1 call upon the prettiest one and then I ait light down and spend tiie evening with her! Cost of War. Tbo Paris correspondent of tho National Intelligencer writes as follows : ' It is impos-ablo to estimnto correctly the cost of this war, tho expenditure is so enor- , mous. It greatly exceeds one million of dollars per day. liow long can such an outlay bo supported without producing most , disastrous result; f One moro l:irgo loan may bo obtained ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 January 1856

Ji: Bo IS '.1 AC M. KEELXU, , Proprietor. The JOURNAL is published every Friday morning.- Office la the third story, Bueklan'd'l Block-Fremont, Sandusky county, Ohio. . - . , . . ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION".' '"' (r Vroe eopv, per rear, in advance, by mail .". ......J l.SO BN Paid wiuim tha year u, -i.. Aiier me expiration 01 in year. . -r - - - v1" ' TonubKribera,inadTauce ..ii.'...'. --.... 1,76 La K t JtATES OF AOVKRTKIHG. V'i VI c - in l: l... ;..,;.. Cfl CA do ri-h ..l.iiiiooul insertion ' I . Taree a.xiUu ....,. 8,00 do, Six month .. 6,00 -.'..ij.-.'- fcoo tv t do, ''Owe J .fief . , Onc-fonrth. column, ckmtrr quarterly, 1 yet-r lf",' One-third . . , do. do ...10,110 - Whole do. " do. do ,.. o,00 , tflvllusiiiesaitri, 9 Haes" or less, one Tear:.....:.. ,0u Leaded Notices preceding marriages, and Double col imn Advertisements, to be cliareed double the above raw. AdvertiawiK'auahoo.ld ba marked with the jiamler of - Insertions or thev will be continued until ordered oit and iauarga...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 January 1856

ARRIVAL OF THE PACIFIC. New York, Dec. 28—4 P. M. Tne Ptin arrived at her dock at hnlf past four o'clock. She brings 68 paen irrs. She left Liverpool at 2 P. M. of the -. I Mi; passed the Baltic this A. M. at Lalf past 12,160 tmiea from Sandy Hook." . . The long expected capture of Kara, by ' ti B,is-ian has at last taken place. No particulars are received, except that brought ! ty Gen Komety and another officer, who ! scaped in ordar to hasten the adyauco of ( Pacha to the relief of the city. At , ' i"iat. iimi (lan "nTilK.iwe wrae itHftiit. amriinfr- ' flag of truce to offer capitulation. Noth ing further known ; but it is believed the t: garrison surrendered, as there was ,only 8, ; M0 weak force to cut a way through tho ilussian army. f ' Omar Pacha was near Kuto, which the Russians hold in force. . The only event of importance that has occurred in the Crimea is an- attack made ' by the Russians on the extremity of the . French lines. The Russians were 8,000 strong, and, after a...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 January 1856

Fremont Journal. Fremont Journal. Local and Miscellaneous Matters. of House-December. The. fulowing are the receipt on subscrip tion during tlio month of Deeomlear: " 10. w. tiahr, tl 00 J. McKlm, 0 : ' Cornet!, . T. P.alilen, . F-Hice, J.r.Woosler, Win. Haie, G. Palmer, , C. K. Havoc. ; 'J. (erahara, King, Zeirler k Ce. .A. Bnwlae, , . Iteaaaoanre, K. Bosh, ta. W. Culver, 1 M't Roarers, w fi J. H. Johnson, . 1 M 1 ! Tbomoeoa, 1 to 1 Oo'E. A. Beeb, 160 lfjoJH.M.y 1M 7 .MP. Brush, 1 60 S ow H. Grow, 1 w 1 f iH. 8h, 1 W J 9MC. I . Hsvaa, 1 aolJaaeee Hnn, ' M i T. 8. KosseH, 00 7 J. F. Vaodeeiook, 00 S OOjJoka Men, 1 14 jr- Sxabtikq Cattue. We aw not at H j aurprised that the country people complain ' of the depredations committed by the town . cattle, upon the hay, straw, fcc, in their wag- oca and sleighs. For no sooner doe team . atop in our streets, and its owner leave for a few minutes, than it is beaeiged with from - fom one to four half-starred cows, and in "' five minutes the l...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 January 1856

The Site of Ancient London. VTien Sir Christopher Wron bogn to build the nw St Paul, in digging for foun-" Nation; b camo to a layer of Saxon graves "lined with chaHc, somo in stone coffins ; and t some distance below the bodies of the British,ronly lapped in woolen shrouds, fas tened with pins of hard wood, most proba bly box-w)od. In the same row, yet deep er, (thi was eighteen feet and more.) were the ashes of the Romans together the con-' qnerors and the conquered, . both vanquish t ed.-, Xower. than thoso graves- stood "the foundation of old St Paul's, resting on very ' close pot earth ; and still lower, nothing hut dry sand, sometimes mixed Unequally, but mostly eo ioose that it would pass through !ie fingers ; tlieS water . and sand mixed -with periwinkles and other sea shelis. This was about fhe level of low-water mark. V' ., The (rradual rise of the Bite of London. by the formation of shoals, fc&, will be readily -understood by the above account It grew by natural cause...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 January 1856

; "FREMONT JOURNAL ' I8WAC M. KEELEU, Proprietor f pt,e JOURNAL I paMSfhed "m Frldxv nornlng. OOica In the third ttorv, uucaiauu a Bloat J-renionl, Sanduaky eonEK, Ohio. , , , TERMS O SUBSCRIPTION. Oh roi.r. mr yoar, in advance, by wail .... ' Pl within th rear I After the expiration of kite year..... - i Town aubacnbera, in advanoe ... .. !!. .. 1,M . ; t . RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Square 10 linps or lt-pa, one itisertlon, jn.50 . ft .1,00 5,00 RtO r... 1S.U0 . .. 211,00 ... 2.1,00 ... 4.1.00 do. Three months do. Six Biooths . do. One year - - - j Cue-fourth entasis, change quarterly, 1 y One-third do. . do. do -One-half ! da. ' do. ' do "Whole do. do. do . K.iu. rva a lino at btt one Tear . 6,00 " T HIU Vnii nnw.lm n,irrin-R. &I11 DoaMe C"l idM,LWaiibL to 1m ,'liaiwd dmtMe the above rate. Adrertiwmenta should he marked ith the nunilier of iaaartlona or they wtU be continued until ordered out and charged accordingly -v r . . ' jon rRivriso, .Wall kinds neatlr and iorpeditioily...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 January 1856

. . Congress. U the subject dcserva .the. consideration INTERIOR. - Tho report of the Secretary of the interior will engage your attention, as well for useful utrsrostious it contains, as for tho interest and importance of tho subjects to which they refer., j - - - . .- ' . . The aggregate amount of public land old during the last fiscal year, located with military script or land warrants, taken up' under crauts for roads, and selected as iwamo lands by State, is 24,557,400 acres, of which portion sold was 15,729,524 acres, viold- inginTOceipts the sumof $11,485,380. la the same period -of time,-8,723,854 acres have been aurvevod; but in consideration of tho Quantity already subject to entry, no additional tracts have teen brought' into market. ; ' : ' i : ' . The peculiar relation of the general gov- eminent to tho District of Columbia, ren- ders it proper to commend to Tour care ot only its material, but also its moral in terests, including education, moro especially in those part...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 January 1856

--'rraoitt , cuml. Local and Miscellaneous Matters. Take Notice. All persons tvIio are disirous of becoming members of tfio Cosmopolitan Art Associa tion kk informed that the books will be clos ed in a few days. There is no better way in which, a person can obtain a first class magazine, than by subscribing to the Cos mopolitan. By the payment of thrco dol lars, any one can become a member, and be entitled also to a chance in the distribution. Uembcrships can be obtained by application to the Jocbnai office. ' FrjlSK Llssub's Illustrated Nkwspa KB, is a very beautiful bheeU Numbers 4 nd 5 have been received. It is got up in a rich and neat manner, and the illustra tions are superb. Price $ 4, per year. Ad dress' Frank Leslie, 12 and 14 Spruce sL, Kew York. Will the publishers send us jaimbers 1, 2 and 3 ? ' Teibckk Almanac for 1858. This Al manac has become a standard work. , Here tofore, it has been known as the "Whig Al manac," but now it assumes the name of the office from which ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 January 1856

3T By letters published in the States man, it seems that Burton was of the opin ion that important developements in rela tion to the parties concerned in burning the Martha Washington, and other steamere, would be made by Kissaue, if ho could be pardoned out of the New York penitentia ry. But Burton is now dead, and it is pro bable that the public will never hear more of these developments. We are afraid that Kissaue has outwitted all those men, and that he will never attempt to perform the ervice for which be wai pardoned. j- Some microscopic photographs ex hibited at Manchester, EnglanL have exci te much admiration. Ono of the sizo of a pin's head, when magrificd several hundred times, was seen to contain a group of seveu portraits of members of t!i3 artist's family, the likeness being admirably distinct. An ' othor microscopic photograph of still less size, representing a mural tablet erected to the memory of Vm. Sturgeon, the eloctri tian. This little tablet covered only one nin...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 January 1856

r: FREMONT JOURNAL " IS 4 AC M. KEELER, Proprietor. ' Th JOrRKAL ii published ererr FrMny mcvroinir Ofaea la the third atory, ilnckUncfl Block Frosioat, sUaiiuaay- county Ohio. ....... TERMS OF SCBSCRIPTIOS. . VOne cope, per year, in advance, Irr mail $1.50 - fmi witliiu the year ; Afwr the expiration of the year . . i,.f,a , Town aubaenbers, iu advance 1,76 - . : KATES OF ADVERTISING. . One Squara 10 Hue or lean, one insertion,. $0,50 do. F.ieli ailitlmtal insertion.. 0.2 , .. do. .. . o. Three Months . S,(M Six months . . &,) " do. One year -.-Oaa-fnttrth erf am a, change quarterly, 1 rear. One-third do. do. do 1 One-kali "do. do. ' d . r Want do. . . do. . .. lo . Busines Tarda. 6 tine or lew. one year .. f(K . 15,00 . 4fl,oo . t00 . 46,(1(1 6,()0 r leaded Kotieea preceding marriasrea, and Double oor lal Advertisemeuts, it he charred double the above rate. Advertisement should be marked with thenomherof ftnserUoa or they will ba coatuiued aatil ordered out and auarfed accordi...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 January 1856

would cheerfully submit to an additional tax of three-fourths of a mill, with the knowl edge that aftor January,- 1857, even that rate of taxation would steadily and largely diminish. . Such a system 13 adaptod to special not to trenen.1 interests, and can only commend itself to the approval of those who think that "a public debt is a public blessing." Pub lic faith should be kept to the people as well aa to the creditor.- Many of pur counties and citios with other corporations, are deep ly involved. The present high credit the State which has its origin in, and now K nunetual navment of the public debt, is to them of great Take. A nrotwsition to postpone the payment rould tend to diminish the public confidence in the hitherto untarnished reputation of the State, and thereby produce an injurious ef fect upon our private as well as our public credit. Thero can bo no more desireable object than to see a Stato free from all for eign liabilities. The organization of the Executive branch...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 January 1856

lions, will desire to augment the tendency, already too apparent, towards tho absorption of tho Stat js in a centralized and consoli dated Federal Government. " The greater expense of annual sessions is sometimes urged as an ftnruinent in favor of biennial; and every argument drawn from the important principle of public econ omo, is certainly entitled to respectful con sideration. But I think it may well be af firmed, that, in this instance, the argument from economy is not valid. Without tak- into the aecouut tho cost to tho Slata of the miscuief arising from tho delay of needed legislation, it must bo remembered that the accumulation, through two years, of business demanding the attention of the Uenenu As sembly, will require protracted sessious for its duo consideration. 1 he time neouea ior two annual sessions is not, neccsrily, great er than that required for ouo biennial ses sion. Tho argument from expense, there fore, may bo readily owuuea by a prop iimit.ar.isin nf duration,...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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