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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 22 February 1856

Wayside Cleanings. A Gem. Ono of the sweetest goms of poesy ever written is tie following, from the pen of Frances Anne Butler : A i Better trust all, anct be dertired, . i - AdU twv that trwt an4 that deceiving, . . r Than doubt one heart, that if believed i . - Ud blessed one'i Ufo -ith tru. believing. -" Oh, In thip mockinp m-orM, too faat The doubtinfr ti.nd o'ertakea our routhl Better be cheated to th last, Than loae the blessed hope of truth. - lu UiQ early time- of youth wo trust all and are deceived ; in the reaction we doubt all, and finally discover that man is a mixed being, none wholly evil, nono so good as to te free from alloy. - Out of this knowledge grows charity, and expecting less from poor, frail, human nature, wo are more easily sat isfied with its modicum of good, and less in dignant at its preponderanco of evil. Stuck Up Folks. t,: I don't like those people, they, are so dreadfully stuck up," was tha remark we overheard the other day. "What are 'stuck p" peopla...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 February 1856

-.,,FREMOXT JOURNAL .. ISAAC M. KEELEB, Proprietor. Yh JOURNAL tapnblisheo. eyrr Friday morninr. Oftce loth third story, BuoUaml Block rollout, Saattaaky onntr, Ohio. ' ; - TERMS OF 6CBSCRIPTIOX. . One eoltT. per rear, i advance, by mail ... $1,54 Paid within th year - After she eapiration of tlie veal....-. - Town aubawitiera, in advance ..... : RATES OF ADVERTISING. One S'luarc 1" lines or less, one insertion, - .... F.jca additional iuai ruoa...... .do.: Three month. - ' ' iio.' ' Six months : -- ' o. ' ' One year...: One-fourth column, change quarterly, 1 year. Ono-third do. do. do. . One-half do. . do. , do . "Whole do. ' o. do V 8,' 6.00 . .. l.'.oo .. 20.(10 . . as,o .. 40,(10 BoainM Carls, 0 lin at ten, one year. i nnm.liuff marristf.-s a anil lb.nble col- . j.lL.-nf ho.,ld be rn.irk.-d with the number of Hie above rate. laaartiona or ther will to eoutiuuod until ordered out and charged accordingly. , jnn PRIVTTVO. nr.Il Hn.l. neatlv and exneditiously eiPcnted, and that too,...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 February 1856

Know Nothing Convention. Philadelphia, Feb. 20. In the National Council of the Know Nothings to-day. Mr. Bartlett presiding, the reporters were admitted by resolution. The subject of debate nearly the entire day has been rescinding of the 12th section of tho K. N. platform. Mr. Ford, of Ohio, made a strong anti-slavery speech, which increas ed the dissatisfaction of the Southern mem bers and influenced a motion V; sdjouru sine die, which was laid on tho table. A propo sition to vote by States, each one being en titled to its cumber of Representatives, was debated and then withdrawn. The resolution torescmd tne urn section was debated till 8 o'clock, when an amend- . -a: 1 ,...1... minimi mem was nm-u n'"""S " of one from each State to substitute for the 12th section a declaration of rights This was carried by 104 to C5. Great confusion ensued on this, and pending the vote on the resolution, as amended, the Council adjourn ed. It is believed the whole Southern delega tion will withdr...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 February 1856

Bfccfyl polices. Who wants somebody to Love lllm It hM often been said that then is a secret mode of forc ing people te kwe you. Science insists that Lore is a dis order just as easy to produce as any other disorder and in France, fortune! an ma 4 by mea pi-oferaing to accom plish the work. But Roxoorr, of Kew York tn hi book just published, tolls th whole art and mystery of Lot. He put it in every Lady's power to inspire with deep and abiding affection the bosom vf the man she would prefer for a husband. Ue enable! every gentleman to select his life partner win her at once, and be happy. It is a great book, and Is called the "BUsa of Marriage.' It la adver tised in another column. Herald. " Fit! Kite! Fits! Persons laboring under this distressing malady will And Dr. Hanee's Epileptic Pills to be the only remedy ever dis cvtvd for curing Epilepsy or Falling Firs. These Hlls mmm a BTwwifip action oa th nervous svstt'iu; ami al- Xkougn prepareo especially lor tne rurrw ' . theywill be...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 February 1856

Fashionable Street-Sweepers. Splashing through the gutters, - Trailing through the mire : Mud up to the ancles, And a leetle higher; Little boys uproarious Cause you show your feets! Bless me! this is glorious Sweeping down the 6troeta ! Bonnets on the shoulders, Nose up to the sky ; Both hands full of flounces, Raises a la Shmg-higk; Underskirts bespattered. Look amazing neat ; All your skirts get "watered" Sweeping down the street ' Street-sweep at the the erasing Say's you spoil her trade ; Guesses you're the patent Street-sweep ready made ; Gives you a slight jostle While she joins your suit; Gracious 1 what a bustle Sweeping down the street ! Heap of dirt and debris Close behind you trailing; Joker says "wet dry-goods Make first-rate K-tailing,n Straws, cigar stumps "witch it," And augment the fleet; Goodness ! what a freshet, Sailing down the street ! If men admire such fashions I wish to Heaven they'd try 'cm ! If they agree to wear 'era, Weil agree to buy 'em. They flout our...

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 March 1856

! U FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC 31. KEELEK, Proprietor. The JOURNAL ii published mrj Friday morning. CHoft la tha tliird story, Bucklkud't Block Fremont, Rantinky county, Ohio. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On eopr, p.r yw, in advanoe, by mail fl.ftO J"aiiJ within the year..;.. . i,00 After the expiration of the year. 2,W . Tawaaabscribor, ta advance ... . . l,Vi RATKS OF ADVERTISING. " -ne Square 10 lines or less, one inaertion,...,-$0t50 ' do. Each additional insertion 0.2ft i oi .'. I Throe month! 8,0k do. Six months " do. - ' One year. 8.00 One-fourth aolumn, change quarterly, 1 year.. . U,00 One-third do. do. do ... 20,00 One-half do. do. " do ... 85,00 Want do. do. do ... 44.00 Bnsinr Carda. lines or less, one year S,00 Leaded Kotiaas preceding msrriairea, and Double coi tion Adrertisementa, to be chanced douMe the above rate. Advertisement should be marked with the number of insertions or the. will be oontinaed anlil ordered out and barged accordingly. . . JOB PRINTING, ' Of ail kinds nes...

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 March 1856

American Platform. Th .platform of principles adopted by tho late National Council t Philadelphia, is as rUllows: ... .... . . . , 1st. An humble acknowledgement to the Suprwne Being who rules the universe, for his protecting care vouch-ssfod to our fath ers ie their successful Revolutionary strag gle, pd hitherto manifested to us, thoir le St'csdants, in the preservation of the liber ties the independence ' and tho union of laco sstates, , ....- " . : -2J. . The perpetuation cf the Federal Union. &i tho palladium of our civil and religious liberties, and the only sure bulwark cf American Independence. ' ' . ,' 3d. Americans must rule America, and to this end, native born citizens should bo selected for all State, Federal and, munici pal officers or government employment, id preference to naturalized citizens, neverthe less: 4th. Persons bora - of American parents residing temporarily abroad, should be en titled to all the rights of native-born citi zens; but .-. . ' 5 h. No cer...

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 March 1856

A CARD. Va, In behalf of the Young Hen's Lyceum or Fremont, tender oar most sincere thanks to the Young Ladies, for their assistance at our late EihiUtion, and also for their aid in fitting up our new room. H. t. BrrRT.:n, WM. ft. OF.I.PIN, ROBT. H. K1CF., March 8, 1856. Committee. Uout tell Anybody. Keep the lerret to yourself. For goodness sake do not tell It about, or else there will bo no unmarried people. Weddings will be the order of the da.T. Everybody will be choosing a help-mate. In another column is the adver tisement of that much-talked of Book by Professor Ro.f norr, of New York, the "Bliss of Marriage." It gives you the exact process of the art of creating lore, or compelling any body to lore you dearly whom you wish to inspire with that tender passion. But then, should sucn a secret getout into the world? Read the book yourself, but keep silent. . That's our counsel. .V Y. Tribune. Itlodern IiiveiiIon. We know ofno invention or modern times that deserves ciaasstinedtoe...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 March 1856

Poetry. THE BACHELOR'S BURIAL. Two aid maids, at abut of day, A bachelor s bdy bore mr, ' u , With wrinkled brow and matted hair, A. s : " And haart that never lovod th bar. Bring brtar they groaned, briny weeds unblown. Bring rankest plant of ntrnw unknown, Brina; withered bouh from dreary wild, 1 To strcw the bier of error's child: And make fait ffrnv where the liaarda hide, - Where the uifrht-ehftde strews th twmmp creek! rid Fax oat of aijrht thw gentle Spriof ; Shall send no mirthful bird to sing. Hi aid y-vek-kiiiJw fcywUb him low. That cat th stria of Cupid's bow; The sad house-cat shall whine around BU loaelj (rav is cef profouad. Low lay nhn who was o ' . Bare, where shaH tall no pitying eya f For bin for him no loving heart ' x Shall acha ot him no tear shall start. . , v His bloodless limbs shall fall to duet; His old jack-knife shall waste wiih rust; . " Hewhom we hid rrom thesipht of men, . Shall never frighten the babe again.. ': For we hare laid him from the lirht, -B...

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 March 1856

- FREMONT JOURNAL IS .1 JIG 71. KEELEIt, Proprietor. - The 'OrUN'AL i published every Frbl-ty mot-nine;. OOiew luthe third Morv, llucklaud'a lliouk JPreiuont, Sandusky county, Ohio. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On opr. per rear, in ntvi.net, by niait 11" ritliin the year Aft.-r ;he expiration of the year Tot"l sulaerilx-rH, in advance .. RATES OF ADVERTISING. On Square 10 linen or less, one insertion, do. Kaeh additional insertion , do. Three months no. l;ix months - -. do. One vear -fl.SO .... --.DO ... 2,50 ... 1.J4 ...jn.so ... 0.24 ;v ... MK One-fourth column, chance giiarlerly, 1 year.-. 1 ' One-third do. d- -- 20.no i One-half do. do. do ... 25,00 h.iu do. do. do ... '.' Busiue Cards 6 lines or less, one rear 5,00 Leaced Notice preceding mtu'ringes, and Pouhle col- Vinn Advertisements, to ho charged double the above rate. Advertisements should be jnarkotl itb the number nt Insertions or they will be continued until ordered out and charged accordingly. JOD PfilXTISO, Of all kind? nea...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 March 1856

Legislative. Columbus, March 6. In the House, Mr. Peok presented peti tions numerously signed" from Wood and . . -: . Sandusky counties, for an amendment of the School Law, so that no language but the English shall be taught in the public Schools. The German is now taught in some of tho Schools of those counties, and tho subject causes difficulties in the dis tricts. A number of bills were considered in the Committee of the Whole. Tl. O 1 1 I 1., .... 1,a TI.,tn communication from the Treasurer of Slate ffivinir tho amount of depreciated and eoun - terfeit money in the Treasury. Tho Treas --.'-' a,. . urer reports tho aggregate sum of counter feit and depreciated bank notes received du ring the last thirty years to be 14.129; a yearly average of $1 '23,19. Of this sum $984 have been burned as worthless, and $1,520 rerrsin in tho Treasury. That de stroyed adriod to that now in the Treasury, mako the sura of 2,504. This would leave tl,625 not accounted for. Tho reporter says, "much of...

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 March 1856

Special $oiiees. Notice. The County Snrrevor'a Office ia at the the Auditor Onca, in the Court House T. V. CLAPP, Countr Surveyor. Fremont March 11th, 1S56. 7w4 Imprortaitt Lectai-ea. Doctor A. H. Platt, the celebrated Oculist from the city Of New York, visited our place, on Wednesday and Thurs day of last week, disclosing in the form of two Lectures, on of the most important and astonishing discoveries for tin treatment of disease! of the Human Eye, that the vorld has erer been In possession of. The manner in which the subject was treated by Dr. P., not only proved conclusively to every intelligent mind, thai he is perfectly familiar with the anatomy and physiology of that organ, bat that he is in possession of a new theory based upon the most physiological principles, by which he is enabled to effect a permanent cure of almost any disease of the hu man Eye, and that too, without producing any unpleasant sensation, doing away with the old ophthalmic practice, discarding the knife, ...

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 March 1856

Poetry. THE LITTLE COFFIN. BY HELLEN L. DOSTWICK. T was a tiny rosewood thing, Ebon-bound and glittering "With its stars of silver white. Silver tablet, blank and briijlit, Downy-pillowed, satin-lined, That L loitering, chnuced to rind 'Mid tho dust, and scent, and gloom, Of the undertaker's room, Waiting empty ah ! for whom ? ' Ah! what lovo-watehed cradle, bed, Keeps to-night the nestling head, 5 ; Or on what soft, pillowing breast, . Is the cherub form at rest, That ero long v ith darkened eye, . ! Sleeping to no lullaby, Whitoly robed, and still and cold, Palo flowers slipping from its hold, Shall this dainty coueh enfold i Ah ! what bitter tears shall stain All this satin sheen liko rain; And what garnered hopes bo hid 'Neath this tiny co6u-lid, Scarcely largo enough to bear Little words that must bo there : Littlo words cut deep and true, Bleeding mother's heart anew Sweet pet name, and "Aged Two." Oh ! can Sorrow's sweeping plume Round our pathway cast a gloom, Chill and dark...

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 March 1856

FREMONT JOURNAL IS I AC JI. KrELEU, Proprietor. The JOURVAL ie published every Friday morning. Office In the tiim. siory, liucKi&ua i moat frremont, canausay counn , vuiv. TEKM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. On copy, THr in advance, by mail $1,60 Paid within the year 'JAM After the expiration of the year . 2,i0 Town aubauribers, in advance 1,76 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Square 10 line or less, one insertion, $n,-r-0 do. Kach additional iuikeriion . 0,'ZS llo. Three months - 3,00 do. Six months - 6.00 do. One year ft."0 One-fourtU eolumn, change quarterly, 1 year.. . 16.00 One-third do. do. Q - 2o,00 One-half do. do. " do ... 2".fo0 Whole do. do. do ... 4ii,O0 Vtnaino r!ard A-lmfi nr Inui. fln mr 5.00 Leaded X-itiees preceding marriafff R, and louhle enl ttmn Advertisements, to be charee. donMe the above rate. AdvfrtiBcinenUs (OiouM be marked with the number of inner-lion or thy will bu continued until ordered out and charged accordingly. . JOB PRINTING. Of all kind? netly and exjeditioudy ex...

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 March 1856

the Abolitionists of the North said, and published it abroad, that Atchison was there with bowie knife and revolver; and by God 'twas true. I never did go into that Ter ritory I never intend to go into that Ter ritory, without being prepared for all such cattle. Well, we beat thorn, and Governor Reeder gave certificates to a majority of all the members of both Houses." Reprehensible as this lantruasro and con duct may be thought, there is still one virtue about the bold "Border Ruffian," that ele vates him immeasurably above the "Dough- lace. It is well known that the flngitious act by which the Compromise was repealed, was dictated by a squad of nullifiers, (Atchison, Mason, Hunter fc Co.,) to the Doughface Presidential aspirant from tho .North that whoa Atchison, as he himself boasted, gave "Douglas twenty-four hours to bring m the bill" and other doughfaces has been won to the scheme by similar persuasives, opera ting upon their anxiety for Presidential hon ors, of which being un...

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 March 1856

rtetyi polices. Notice. The annual meeting fur electing Vestrymen of St. Paula Cturch, Fremont, will be held at the Church on Easter Monday, 24th insL, at 1 oclockl. II.; and at the same time and place the Pen land Sitting! of the Church will W lot for the ensuing year. Bv ordor of the Vestry, HOMEB EVERETT, Sec'. Uareh 17th, 1856. A Card. Tfe tender our ni.it sincere thanki to the Wlcs who who to kindly Ci.-rished us with coffeo on the morning of th. tut. THE BOYS. GrentCureof lalieuniatl.m In Cincinnati, Ohio. Convincing evidence. For more IHa. three rears I bare been suffering with rheumatism. and enlargement and pain of the bones and joints. 1 have trictly followed the advice of physicians, and at other times used such family medicine, as had own recommenu d forth ere of rheumatism; still I did not improve in the least, ami waa frequently compelled to keep my bed, and thereby was prevented from attending to my business Some weeks ago I was induced by a triend to try Carter s Spa...

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 March 1856

Poetry. Country Girls. - Tha roar, Witbft, bouncing, merry country girls. Who, that has lived la both country and city, does not know that ne of these country maids is worth a loore of your city f Iris." Cria th earlj mornlne, , - l- Justat the peep of day, Strainiug the milk in the dairy, Turmu ihe cows away Sweeping the Boor in the kitchen, M&kinit Um bedaaB-sUira. . Washing the breakfast dishes, basting the parlor chain. ' ' Bmshinff the crumbf from the pantry, Hunting for aces at the barn Cleaninethe turnips for dinner, f.pinuitur the stocking varn Spn-ading the whitening linen Down on the bushes below, Ransirkinir every meadow - Where the red strawberries grow. Starching the fixtnirV ftw Suuday; Churning the snowy cn-am, . Rinsing the pails n traltir Down in the runnimr stream reeding the geese and the vurkeya, Making the pumpkin piea, Joccine the li ttle one's cradle. Driving away the flies, Craee in every motion. Music in every tone. Beauty ia form and fr1u Thousands roir...

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 March 1856

FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC M. KEELEIt, Proprietor. Th. J0CRXAL t. noMlatae wry Friday morning. Ofiea In th. third story, Bucklaud'a Block Fremont, Baaduakj eounty, Ohio. TERMS Of SCBSCRTPTIOK. eopr, per rstr, in ndtnaee, by mail . .11,60 Paid within th. year , 2,00 After th. .xrjiraUoa of th. year ..-.-. ,60 Town .ubecribern, in adr&nca - ... . 1,74 KATES OF ADVERTISING. h Square 10 lines or tew, one inertion,...tfi,50 no. Eacn additional insertion O.'-'S no, - Thret month!- 8,00 no. - 8ia months 6,00 oo. One year ,00 One-fourth column, change quarterly, 1 year... 16.G0 - Oae-thiro. do. do. do ...20,08 . Ono-haU do. do. do ... Whole do. ' do. do 4.S.00 Bn.ine. Cards, linn or less, one year.... 6,00 Leaded NMieea preceding marriafrea, and Double col mn Adrerttaemenla, to be eharfred double the abore rate. AdrerUennents should be marked with the number of Insertions or they will be continued until oruereo out ana charged accordingly. JOB PRINTISG. Of all kinds 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. — 28 March 1856

American Convention. From the Cleveland Herald. u The action of tbo American Stato Council yesterday affords much satisfaction to the Order and the opponents of the extension of slavery generally. Tho attendance - is Stated, by those who know,- to have been quits as large as usual at a called Council, and nearly all the Congressional districts were represented, We loarn there arc 1,290 Councils in Ohio, and although the friends of tho Philadelphia nominations made trenuous exert'ons to get together dolegates nough to endorso fho nominees, tho result taking their own count in organizing a new State Council, shows but 55 of the 1,200 Councils as participating in the secession movement That tho secessionists were mainly from Hamilton county was admitted by Cincinnati members, and it is Raid there were not more than ten or a dozen out of the 55, representing Council outside of Hamilton..' That the Secessionists intended to bolt is evinced by tho fact that they bad fcrr,rrr,r. with them ...

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 March 1856

Special polices. Tecler Asssov-lallou. The next meeting oT the Teachers' Association of San dusky ouoty, will be held la Fremeat, at the Union School House, on Saturday the 12th day of April, at 2 o'clock P. M. The association will be addressed by the Iter. F. Hsx MUOES. Subject Limitation of Sturiiet in School. Essays sra alao expected, on subjects already assigned at a previous meeting. The question for discussion, is, Rclvtd, Tint our Gourty examiners in granting eer tiSeatea, should be guided he the letter and spirit of the law, regarding the quaUncations of Teachers, without leauect to circumstances. AU interested in the cause of education an cordially Invited to attend and assist In derating the standard of common schools in our county. JOHN B. LOVELAND, Sec'y. Notice. School Director! wishing to employ teachera for the Summer Term will be informed of several young Udiea who assign to teach, by applying to the Principal of the Fremont High School. GEO. A. STARKWEATHER. i - Not...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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