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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 June 1856

Poetry. From "Household Words." The Present. ft not erenen to-far, and worahtp ; Th eld Past, whose lift U fled, Baah your vote to tender rewenc, r Crowd he lies, bat eoid and dead, : Tor tha Present reitma our monarch, i With an added weight of taoura, -Bonor hr, for th ia mlrtatyt Honor har, for ah la ooial . See th shadows of hU haroo Girt arouud her eloudj throne; -. , " Ami each dr th rank are atreurtnen 4 - Bv treat bearu to him unknown: ' Koble thins the great rt promised, Holr dreanu both atrance and aw, . But the Preeent ahall foltill them, - . '' ' What he promiaed, ahe ahaU do. - Che Inherlu all hit sreaaares, She i heir to all hie fame, .. v A,d the Hctat that lightens round hT ; Is the Lustre of her name: Che it wise with all hia wjsdoaa, Living on Mr sravsj h stands, . . On her brow ahe bears hi laurel, . And hia harreeta In her hand. '" Cowd,'ea ah reign and oonqnM, If we thua hex glory dlror ' it aa fight for her as nobly 'r c ' Aa our fathcra fought for him. God, wh...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 June 1856

FREMONT JOURNAL IS VAC Itt. KEELER, Proprietor. The JOURNAL ii published ererr Friday morning. Omoe In tlie tiara story, auciiiana b mock iremont, Madiuar county, vjuio. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, per year, in advance, bj mail ..$1.M Paid witliin the Tear si.00 After the expiration of the year . . 2,50 Tosrn subscribers, in advance 1,75 RATES OF ADVERTISING. On Square 10 linen or lean, one insertion, $0,50 do. Kach additional inscTti'.'n 0.25 do. Three month VK) do. Six mouths . .... o,00 do. One year --. 8.0 One-fonrth solum a, change quarterly, 1 year.. . 15,00 One-third do. do. do ... 20,00 One-half do. do. do ... i.i."0 - Whole' do. do. do ... 45.00 Bosinra Cards, 6 linen or less, one Tear 5,00 Leaded Noticed preceding marriage, and Doultle col atmit AtlvertisenM-nta. to be charged double the above rate. Advertisement ahonld be marked with the number of Insertions or they will be continued until ordered out ana charged accordingly. JOB PRINTING, Of all kinds nentlr and exp...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 June 1856

RECORD OF KANSAS RUFFIANISM. Availing themselves of the fact that the rumors of the alleged death of Dr. Root, Gen. Pomeroy and Mr. Mitchell, the shoot ing of Jones, and the killing of "eight pro lavery men," now prove to bo unfounded, the doughfaces boldly characterize all state ments of outrages in Kansas as "republican lies." That there has been falsehood as well as truth sent over the telegraphic lines, by the Missourians who have charge of them is unquestionable. But these false statements do not invalidate or diminish the real catalogue of crime. To enablo our readers to keep the latter in memory, we subjoin below a list of a few occurrences, which are authenticated by legal evidence, and which are not even attempted to be de nied. . There are five times as many other similar ones reported and tolerably well au thenticated. ' But we wait until they shall bo officially. and legally confirmed before adding them to the list JV. Y. Tribune. INVASIONS. November 29, 1854. Missourian...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 June 1856

j)ccfyl polices. The Triumph Complete Jnrtker perfect ernrt f EpHtp hf Dr. Hint Epileptic Fiils. Durant's Neck, Perquiman's Countv, N. C, October 1st, 1S65. Tr Haitcb, Dear Slr-lTaving been afflicted with falling fits for some Tears past, I determined to give tout Pili a trial, (advertisement of which I saw in some of the papers) and continued to use them for some month until I was ntirely cared. I believe them to be a. ant-rate article; vnd since 1 hare need them, I have sot had one attack snd am now in the enjoyment of good health. K am very respectfully, Yours c- JONATHAN' J. JACOBS. V. 8. Them Pill were recommended to me bv Mr. Na than New by, of this Co., to whose address you sent them. Those Pilli besides earing Epilepsy, are a speciBc for all modifications of nervous disease. Price, $3 per box; two boxes $o; twelve boxes for $24. Persons enclosing a re mittance will have the pills sent them through the mail, a it receipt. For tale by Seth S. Hance, No. 108 Balti more street, ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 June 1856

Poetry. From the Knickerbocker. STANZAS. BY WM. W. MORELAND. 7 frass withereth and f over fadeth." itherixg! ere the poMen summer po. Aye, before 'the moww tills Ms hand; Fadinp, fading! wherefore baste ye so? - . Y that deck the smiling, fruitful land: Herbage green gay flower! While - tread this carpet, freshly spread, Stoop to dally itn its thhk-wwn renis, Sinks the wavy verdure, dull and dead. Droop the Bullied Moswins down tlu ir stoma: Fragile, transient flowers! Being fair and bright, who round us hover . Id earth' light uncertain, .mil a shadvl Scarce vour loveliness oar eye discover. Ere from our home-bower ye swiftly Side: Why so like the dower? With he balmy breathing of their spring. Innocent of iltf wme ait away; Boftly borne by pitying aiicel's m-inpr, Far from earth's chill airs or scorchincray: Heavenly -nurtured flower? In the midst of Life unclouded splendor. Other stricken, without warninp, fall; Btalwart man, or woman tweet and tender, Come and trew upon their he...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 June 1856

FREMONT JOURNAL. - IS1AC 51. KEELEIt, Proprietor. . Th JOl'R-VAl, ispuMishrd every Frirlvr morning. Of&3 lnth tlnrd story, uucliluiits illoct i remunt, Sandusky counly, imiu. - - ' ( TERM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copv, per year, in advance, bv mail ..$1,50 Paid within the year ...I 2,00 After the expiration of Hie year... 2,50 Town subscribers, in advance 1,75 RATES Of ADVERTISING. Oae Square 10 lines or less, one insertion,.: 0,fi0 do. Earn additional insertion ... 0,.i$ . ' do. Three months ..8,00 do. Six months . . 6,00 do. One ywtr.. ... 8,'K) , One-fonrth column, caau-e quarterly, 1 year... 16,00 One-third do. do. do ... 20,00 , )ne-hall do. ' do. - do ... 26,00 ' Whole do. ' do. ' do ...45,00 Busines Cards, 6 lines or loss, one year 6,00 . Leaded Notices preceding marriaires, and Double eol nn Advertisements, to be charffed dooble the above rate. Advertisements should be marked with the Bomber of Insertions or they will be continued until ordered out and charged accordingly. ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 June 1856

Congressional. Washington, June 12. ' Ssiuts. Mr. Hamlin, of Maine, Asked to be released from his position as chair toan of the Committee on Commerce. Ho made ft few remarks, saying, that since the endorsement, by the Cincinnati Convention, of the measures which hare led to the out rages in Kansas, ho could bold no further political fellowship with the authors. Re quest agreed to. Butlor is now replying to Sumner. The galleries are crowded. Mr. Butler expressed the opinion that Sumner's speech was condemned by the country. He said it was nlled witu gross personal calumnies on him, and there was nothing in it to distinguish it from all Sumner's other Abolition speeches. It was characterized by indecency and falsehood. Butler sternly condemned the Legislature of Massachusetts for the passage of resolu tions in the matter, and understood the circumstances of the case, and excused his relative, Brook's conduct. . L Housi. Met; but no quorum being present, adjourned. : i I St. Louis, Jun...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 June 1856

Special Notices. Fever and Ague-An Infalible Cure. Ws dafj tli world to product any medicine which aot oontein quinine, Iferk, arsenic, mercury r any mcxiooJ or deadly compound, to core this annoying so effectuslly aa Carter's 9panh Mixture While ooattias none of the above named dangerous articles, possesses a power in relieving and coring Fever and which cannot be approached by any of them separately In combination. It acta specifically on the liver, purifies the blood, openi the pores of the skin, and sUt nature to expel from the system the seeds of aeaae, or what U bad, the remain of the minpX drugs, which clog finally destroy the oomtijtion. See the cure of Mr-tngden of Virginia, He had twice a d m tiree years, nothing would relieve wih:im tried Carter'sSpanifth Mixture, only three bottle of which effectually restored him to health, nor has he return of the disease since. June tO 21w4 The Triumph Complete. A'otitr perfect curt of Epilepsy by Dr. Honest Epileptic till. Dnrant's N...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 June 1856

Poetry. From The National Era. THE MAYFLOWERS. trailing arbutoa, or ma.Tflowr, grow abundantly la to Yicinltr of Plj-month, n4 m the first flower that gTMtea. th Pilgrim after tlirir fearful Win tar. " Bi lIVflower! wnt AeS or Winter itara, Ana nursed fry Winter ipjes, TTith petal of the ateetea pra, i. . - Anil leare of fro tea laiisl , - t ' . , . That had the la those drearr hour, Within her Ice-rimmed b.r In common with tbe wild-wood flower, . The tint eweet imiiee of Me I Tet. "God be prlcdr" the PUgrtra eel 4, Who new the Noeeome peer Xbon the brown leaver dry end deed, "Behold our iUaower hew!" "God Willi it: here ir reat hall be; - Our year of wanderinp o'er. Tor na the Marrlower of the S bhaii aproaa ner eaua bo iwira. Oh! aacred Bower of faith and hope! Xa sweetly nowae then Ye bloom on many a birchen elope, In many a pine-dark riao. . Behind the eea-waU'i rugged length, Unchanged, Tour leave unfold, like lore behind the minlr imagta Of the brave boarta of old. Co Mr the 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. — 27 June 1856

FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC 31. KEELElt, Proprietor. The JOURX AL is published mir Friilay morning. Office In the third Mary, Ilucklaud't tilock Fremont, banduaky county, Ohio. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One oopy, P"r veivr, In advance, by mail . fl,r-0 ; Paid within the year . . 2,00 After the expiration of the year. V.-) ton .iibscriUera, in advance 1,74 - RATES OF ADVERTISING, One Sqtiara lv line, or lean, one insertion, f0.S0 ... o. F.ach additional insertion 0,28 do. Three month! . S," do. Six months MO do. ' One Tear One-fourth column, change quarterly, 1 year... 15.00 One-third do. do. do ... 20,00 One-half do. do. do Whole do. do. do . Bnsines Cards, S lines or lew, one year - 5, 00 Leaded Notices preceding marriage, and Double cnl mn Advertisements, to he charge.! double the above rate. . AdverliseroenU should be marked with the number ot 4nsertion or they will be continued until oruereuouiauu barge!l accordingly. inn PRINTING. flf.ll kind, nentlv and expeditiously executed, and that...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 27 June 1856

Ington. torrents of personal abuse were poured out by the .Democratic party vpon kit head. They openly charged tho father of his country with an intention of destroying his own beloved offspring. To such a pitch of ingratitude were they carry BY J.IIEIK DIABOLICCAL PASSION, that they dared publicly, and without the slightest foundation, to accuse him of secretly p'tt- ting his hand into the treasury like a felon, and appropriating, without authority, the money of the nation to his own individual use. That man, w hoso you tn tiaa peen worn out in those splendid military achieve ments which made our country independent, and whose age and experience had boon de- Toted to the creation and organization of the federal government that a man who had never received one farthing more of the public money than had been expended in the public service, was accused of being a base peculator of the public treasure. During; this crued persecution his noble mind felt sensibly the stings of his countr...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 27 June 1856

Specif iioiiecs. llcuevoleiicc. We do not think ft person can e viae ft more benevolent trait of charftcter th an being moTcd at the d Utresa and suf fering of other and furthermore, anxious to do all in their power to alleviate by every possible tne&na buinan suffer ing. In thia view of the case, we do not know how the humane and benevolent oan do an action mora in accord ant with their philanthrope views, than by calling the Attention of their afflicted friend and acquaintances to the tact tliat Dr. Seta IT. Hance, of 108 Baltimore street, Bal timore, ltd, haa discovered a preparation, which is put np In the farm of ft Pill, that has a specific action for curing Epilepsy, or falling fits, spasms or cramps, and all forms or feerrous disease. Among those who hsv been perma nently cared, we might mention ft member of the family Of James H. Beadle, Huntsville, Alabama: Mr. M. P. Sledge, CaWn Point, Surry county, Ta and Mr. W. P. Li won, Grenada, llusissippi. We might go on enumera...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 27 June 1856

Poetry. KITTY CLYDE. Oh. srho baa not seen Kittr Clyde? 8he Uvea at the foot of the kill. Id a aly little nook by the babbling brook. That carries iter father's old mill. Oh, who does not know Kitty Clyder That unnr-eved rosy -cheeked lass, WiU a tweet dimpled chin, look! roguish aa tin; With a amile alwa as to pa". CKOira. Sweet KittT, dear Kitty, a. j- Daar Kitty C lyd. la a sly little oook, by the bahbline; brook Lives say ow& twot Kitty Clyde, B emr morning, with aline and a hook, ' And a basket to put her fish in. The sweet little lau, through the tall heavf grase, 6tea.lt alonr by the clear running brook. 6he throw her line in the stream, ! sUd trips alonsr the brook side, O, how I wink I waa some little Bah, To be caught br sweet Kitty Clyde. COKJ. Sweet Kitty, fcc 1 with I was some little beel t wonld not rather honer from flowers: But I'd steal a tin from Kitty's sweot Una, And bnild my nest in her bowers. And if 1 was a little bint, t would not build my neat in the air...

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 July 1856

FREMONT JOURNAL. IS1AC 71. KEELEIS, Proprietor. The JOURNAL is published every Friday morning. Office In the third Btoryf Buckl&nd's liiuck Fremont, Banduaky county, Ohio. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One eopr, per year, in advance, by snail Jl ,50 Jid within the year 2,tK) , After the expiration of the year 2,50 Town subscribers, in advance RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ont Square- 10 linen or less, one insertion, $0.50 do. Each additional insertion 0,25 do. Three months 00 do. Sil months .(0 do. One rear S,00 One-fourth column, change quarterly, 1 year-. 15.00 One-third do. do. do ... 20,00 One-half do. do. do --?"" Whole do. do. do ... Busines Cards 8 lt or lesa, one rear , , Leaded Notices preceding marriaceR, and Double col lii Advertisements, to be charged donl.lethe alwvenvte. Advertisements should he marked ito the number or Insertions or they will be continued until ordered out and charged accordingly. JOB PRINTING, Of all kind, nesflv and expedition sly evecuted, and that too, to th...

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

tnigbt perhaps bo unwarranted to assert that our administration wore actually cor rupted by France ; but that their politics wore biassed by a warm and improper par tiality for that country, there cau be no doubt. HE ACKNOWLEDGES THAT HIS TONGUE CANNOT PORTRAY CORRUPTIONS OF THE DEMOCRACY. TIME WILL NOT ALLOW ME TO ENUMERATE ALLthr OTHER WILD AND WICKED PROJECTS OF THE DEMOCRATIC ADMINISTRATION. Suffice to say, that after they had deprived U3 of the means of defence, by destroying mir nvv and disbanding our array '. after they had taken away from us the power of recruiting them, by refusing the IBank of the United States a continuation 01 lis charter, and harrassing the financial concerns of the Government, and withdrawing the only universal paper medium of the country from circulation ; after the people had be come unaccustomed to, and, of course, un willing to bear taxation; and without mon ey in the Treasury, they rashly plunged in to a war with a nation more able to do us injury...

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 July 1856

gf Window Blinds and "Wjjtt SmrTTKRi, which add so much to the appearance of your Dwelling and are invaluable in keeping your rooms cool and preventing the warm rays of th sun from fading your carpets nd injuring your furniture, are manufactured at short notice in a superior manner at the Steam Sash Factory of McGCE 1IAYXE3. Fremont, 0., July 4, lS'u. 2otf BENEVOLENCE. TVe do not think a person can evince a more benevolent tr-.it of r.r.M,.r than lvinir moved lit the distress and ml- fcrineofotherandfiirtherniore,aniioustodoaiuntnnr .. . . ..nr power to alleviate by every postiole means numan suu. i- ; ..... ... a . I,- how tl.e Injr. in this view onue case, we uo - humane and benevolent can do an action more in accord- ance with their philanthropic views, than by calliug the Mention of their afflicted friends and acquaintances to the . -hntn nenna- nervous diseases. Among in u nentlr cured, we might mention a memher 01 i. e of Jim,-. H. Beadle. II.,uw,.Ue Alabanw i lr. M. Bledin- C...

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 July 1856

Poetry. THE KISS. Stars were beaming, Luna, gleaming, I m dreaming, Dream as swewl As the olden lumroor'n poldcn that hare rolled od Still, yet fleet. Tbe.n from Alden came a maiden (besutj laden Girl wm she) Glorious creature I each fair feature Oore teacher I'utO Ultil Clow beside me who dare chide me? "Flere, Lore, hide thee" Ulcshos Grace! It eonfetset how her tress", with caresses. Touched my face. There" bo praising' the amazing bright eyes gazing Iuto mine Lipt whose meetneF. whose replcteness of ail aweetneae Were diriue. But aha waited, meditated, I elated Gently chid Smiling told her no one nMr would behold her, IX she did. Kearer, nearer clearer, warmer, dearer, Came her breath 1 Then forgetting, all refrrettinr, anpela letting Iler oh I Death I 6UU ahe waited hesitated aid she hated To I chiti She grew willing O! 'twas thrilling! dream fulfilling! For she didI Agricultural. After Treatment of the Strawberry. A correspondent who followed our direc tions for making a straw...

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 July 1856

FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC M. KEELEIt, proprietor. Th JOCRSAL m poblished 6141 1" Fri'lAV inoriiinjp. Office In the tlurcl Ktorjr, UockUuiila Block rreuiunt, SwlaBkr county, omo. TERMS OF SCBSCRIPTION. On eonr, per year, in idrance, by mail ... .f T , 0 Paid within the roar 2,00 After the expiration of tlx yew S.M - Town attbacribcrs, in advance 1,75 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Square 10 linen or lest, one insertion, $0,50 do. Each additional insertion 0,2ft doi . Three months .3,110 do. Six uiontha f'.UO do. One year . . 8,00 One-fonrtU column, change quarterly, 1 year - l".,no One-third do. do. do ... 20.00 One-half do. do. io ... 2,00 Whole do. do. do ... 45,00 Basinet. Cards, lines or lean, one rear 6,CO Lca'lod Not iv preceding marriaps and Double col ,. ii.-rtian,..tB n h -irw(l double the above rate. AdTertiaements should he marked with th number of Inmrtion or they will be continued untuoraereaout anu charged accordingly. JOB PRINTIXG, Of all kind nentlr and eipe,itiou',.v executed...

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 July 1856

been relinquished. Nay, wo liavo not only been compelled to concludo a treaty which does not contain one solitary stipulation in oar favor, except that there shall bo peace ; but which unsettles the boundaries of our country and leaves to the decision of com missioners, whether we shall longer retain a part of our own territory, which wo held in quiot possession for more tLan twenty years. But notwithstanding our immense nation al debt, which if tho war had continued, would soon have resulted in national bank ruptcy; notwithstanding all our property, ven the very noccssarics of life, have been taxed heavily; notwithstanding we have not obtained a singlo object which we had in view at the commencement of the contest, but have lost many valuablo privileges; notwithstanding our country has been inva ded in every quarter, and tho Capitol of the United States has been laid in ashes by a marauding party of tho enemy this has been called a plorLvts tear Glorious it tasbecn, in the highest ...

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 July 1856

Specif polices. gjT Window Bunds akd Window Bbbttim, which nld bo much to the apeatnce of your Dwelling and are invaluable In keeping your rooms cool and preventing the warm rays of the aun from fading your earpeta, and injuring Your furniture, are manufactured at short notice in a superior manner at the Steam Sash Factory of McGEB t IIAYXES. FBiMOST,0,July4,1856. 23tf Fits! Why Prominent. For a long time there was a paragraph making it regular ekl j appearance in oar columns, ith the brief, but ein- j phatw words 'Fits! Fits!' always at the head, to some an offensive caption, but not so to the benevolent and humane, ho could sympathize in the sorrows of others. Some per sons are shacked at any indieat inn of disease, and are even thrown into nervous excitement on witnessing a hcarwor a coffin. Such are to be pitied. We should always strive , to look disease and even death in the face with calmness, ' aid especially take every opportunity for alleviating dis- , ase. Viewed in this l...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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