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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 24 October 1856

The Free State Prisoners in Kansas-- The Free State Prisoners in Kansas--Their Fare and Prospects. Correspondence of the N. Y. Tribune. Topeka, Sept. 30, 1856. . Yesterday I visi tej tho prisoners of State bow under confinement at Lccompton. It was my second visit ta that forlorn - little Virginia town. I call it thus because the whole sensation is that of the Old Domin ion. . Instead of the rising school-houses and churches of Lawrence, the little street is lined with bar-rooms, whereof the chief isj tn lrginia baloorr" Tho tavern is true Virginia bacon, corn-bread and dirty no gro boys and girls to wait at table. South ern provincialisms strike one's ear at every moment, and tho town is garrisoned by Col. Titos' militia, re-enforced yesterday by 25 precious youths front Soorgfa, in a high state of whisky. " " The. Governor declines all control over ua prisoners, dui juartmai . uooewon was ery ready to permit me to gee them. In fact they were very visible, being allowed an area of ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 31 October 1856

Poetry. THE FATHER IS COMING. BY MARY HOWITT. The clock U on the stroke of six, The father's work is done; ' Sweep up the hmrth and mend the lira And put the kettle on! Yhe wild night wind Is blowing cold, v . Tl dreary crowing o'er the wold- ' He's crossing o'erthe woM apace, r He's stronger than the storm. t . lie dos not feel the cold, not he. His heart it isso warm! For father's heart is stout and true t . t ' As ever human hosom knewl Star, do not clone the shutters, child, t For iralon(f the lane, " i ' The little window looks, and be, s ' Can see it shlninpf plain; I've heard him say he loves to mark ' The cheerful lire-light through the dark. A . ! And we'll do all that father likes, His wishes are so few; - i Would they were mnro, that every hour . Some wish of his 1 knewl I'm sure it makes a happy day, ' r .' when I cob please hiw Any way I .-. 1 r I know fces coming by this tiijn, ... . The baby's almost wild! See how he laughs and crows and stare, ' - Heaven Mesa the mer...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 31 October 1856

GEARY A GREATER TYRANT THAN HIS PREDECESSORS. Gov. Shanon's Barbarities Excelled. A MORE THAN NERO! If there has been anything in all the an nals of tho history of America, not even excepting tho attrocities of tho savages of the early days of our country, when led on and instigated to acta of cruelty by the basest of her own traitor sons, more revolt ing to the thoughts and souls of every free man, than the conduct of the present ad- X11imstrB.tirm Anil avai-v ntiA rf it nfTieinlsv it the tntment .-M, h Wn meeted to the free and peaceable settlers and emi grants to Kansas, we would like to have it pointed out. The sentence pronounced by Douglas. and acquiesced in by the President, anU ev ery one of his mouth-pieces down, down to Lis most fawning servant in this community WE WILL SUBDUE YOU!" is being executed to the letter. Every hireling of this corrupt and wicked administration, is doing what he can to CRUSH OUT FREE DOM from tho very thoughts of the settlers is that Territory. 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. — 31 October 1856

Special Ererjr Reader, Will nlease notice he advertisement descriptive of Mr. Sears' Pictorial Familv DIM., and send for the pnnted cat r, , of ail our illustrated works. To tlx uninitiated in tnegreat art of selling Books, w wonld say that we pre aenta scheme for monev mkini. far better than all ine old mines of California and Australia. Any 1""" Fog to embark in the enterprise will risk little hv n". the pnhttsber S4, for which he will receive aamrle wpii-a of the various works, (at wholesale price.,) ?""?J?ji ed. inured and directed, affording a verv liberal T aire to the aeent for hi. trouble. With these he Willi soon bTab.e to JKrUi. the most tnw- ShrS 181 William street, N. Y. Fewer nd Agae Core withent uel nit, Quinine., Asenie, Mercury. Opi nm, or anv of the poisonous drues, or dangerous compound, gcn rallv renorted to by sutfrere from this Inn drawn, moat afflicting and annoying of all diseases, by resorting to Car ter's Spanish Mixture, which contain, none of the above del...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 31 October 1856

The Bible—by Rev. L. M. Soudder. The Bible is unliko any otlier book respecting the at tachment which men have for it. There is no other book of which you may not ho surfeited. But tho more yon read the Bible tho more interesting are its sacred pages. It is related that when tho poet Scott was on his dying boo, ho said to Mr. Lockliart, "Bring me the book. "Of poetry!" 'No." "Of tho history which I consulted in the preparation of ray history I" "No." "What book T 'Do you ask what book!" said the dying scholar; "There is but one book, and that is tho Bible." . .. Eoference has been made to the circulation of tho Bible in the Crimea. After giving you all due credit, wo can ay, mat we 100, in uie j niteo oiaies navo been flomf something. At &u early day we sent out an agent to Con stantinople. From thence he went to tho Crimra. There he found the French soldi ers greedy for the Bible, and he has distributed among them all his Bibles. Thereby hangs a talev Some three or four years a...

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 November 1856

Poetry. Her li a beautiful little hymn, full of genuine pa thos and earnest truth, and adaoirably picturing the pres ent garb of Nature: OCTOBER A WOOD HYMN. BY CAROLINE A. BRIGGS. My soul has grown too great to-day To utter all it would. Oh! these preventing bonds of day) When will my spirit learn to say, ' Unfettered, all It should! Tm out In the free wood onoe more. With whispering boughs o'erhead; Strange Influences round me steal. And yet, what deepliest I feel Must ever be unsaid. , These glowing, glowing autumn bouts! These wlldering, gorgeous days! This dainty show of painted flowers, As though with dusty, golden showers The air were all ablate. This liring, shining, burnished wood, Tricked with a thousand dyes! Its strong ribs laeed with crimson abeen, And decked with gold and glittering green, Like kingly tapestries! This tangled roof of braided light Above me richly flung! These glimpses of the sky's soft blue! This quivering sunshine melting through - This wide Earth, gl...

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 November 1856

ARRIVAL OF THE VIGO. Three Days Later form Europe. NEW YORK, Nov. 3. j JTh fteanjor Vigo brings tbreo .day's la ter news from the ooutioent of Europe., Tho Paris Conference was to reassemble OB the 15th of November. ; j ' ; ' ' f ' Naples. A German paper states that the King of Naples has urged the cabinets of St. Petcr.sburgh, Vienna and Berlin, to AAfwlnda in favnr nf fhd intixwilw ef l.riA twn Siciliefr a treaty xnalairous to that gnar- anteeing the integrity -of the Ottoman Em- pire.. The latxwt adOlca nrr. thaVtl rations for the defence of .Naples are re- ' doubled. No modificationof the Mlnntrrl taken place. All are anxiouslv looking i for ri Allied fleets. ' " - ' Tri FrArmrt' fcnimlrnn tna ftnflmred in r ihe Roads at Tmilon, ready to part Four;h Sardinia "ships are also ready at Genoa. An English stoamer arrived at Ajacck) on the 1 2th, srilh orders to Admiral Dundas to ail on the 13th. - Accordingly two steam frigates pot to sea the nxt morning, and the remainder of the squ...

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 November 1856

Special 'Notices.' Every Reader, WIN please notice the adrertisrment deseriptirs of Mr. Bears' Pictorial Famil y Bible, and send for the printed cat atloro of all our Illustrated worka. To the uninitiated in tbe ereatart of selliiit: Bonks, we would hit that we pre sent a scheme for moneT makinr. tar better than all the kImi n r.lifuMiu ud Australia. Abt Hereon wish- ins; to embark in the enterprise will risk UtUe br sending to the publisher 26, for which he will reeeire sample enpiee of the Tarlntra worka, (at wholesale price.,) earefuUv box ed. Insured and directed, affording a rery liberal percent age to th. airent for hie trouble. With theae ha will soon be able to ascertain the moat saleable, and orderaccordtnij- 1t. Address, post-paid, JtOBKKi' keahs, raMiehw 3w w muun street, X . i. nr. Koback'a Scandinavian Remedlea. la directing the attention of our readers to Dr. Roback's mdrertisment, we bare no hesitation in saying that all he claims for his medicines is confirmed by cer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 November 1856

Agricultural. AN AGRICULTURAL ODE. BY. WM. C. BRYANT. Far back In ajree - . The plow with wreaths was crowned, , The Handt of kings and Mkf 1 Entwined the chsleU round. Till mw of spoil ' - . Disdained the toil Br which the world wu nourished. And blood ud pillage were the soil . la which th'tir laurels flourished. Kow too world her halt deepaire The ruilt that stains her story. And weens her crimes amid the oue That formed her earliest glory. The throne shall em table, The diadem shall wane, The tribes of the earth shall humble - ' The pride of thoee who reign; ' . And war shall lay Uu eoeap away: The feme that heroes cherish. The glore earned in deadly fray Shall fede, deoer and parish. -' Boner waits o'er all the earth, Through endless generations i ' The art that sails the harvest forth,' " And treds the expectant nations. THE WHEAT CROP. i That the United States is destined to be, if it is not already, the granary of the world, glance at the great West will satisfy the most inc...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 November 1856

Poetry. THE MOTHER'S PRAYER. BY ANNIE CHAMBERS BRADFORD. n They sleep. Athwart my white Moon-marbled casoment, with her solemn mein. Ellen tly wmtching o'er their rest serene, Gsxetb. the star-cyed Night. My girl, sedata or wild By tarns as playful as a Bummer breeze. Or grava u night on etar-Ht Southern Serene, strange woman-emld. Mr bor, my trmblin start The vbitfitt lamb in April's tendereat fold, The bluest fiower-bell In the sliaulcst wold, !;- - - His fitting emblems are. They are bat two, and all , " My lonely heart's arlthmctit Is done 'hen these axe counted. High and Holy One, ' Oh, hoar mytmnbling sail! ' . I . i' ' I avfc not wealth nor faros ' For these my jewels! Piadem and wTeath Soothe not the aching brow that throbs beneath, r . JCar aool its ferer flams, - J ask noi length tf life, " - ' .,. Xsr earthly houona Weary arc the ways " The fi ted tread, unsafe the world's beat praise, y And keen, its strife. . I sak not that to me Thon tpare them, thaugh tiier ocaror, de...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 November 1856

The Result—The Future. .Tiertf VdovOio doubt oL'i&a IoclS'6f, J&rtvetv Buchanaa -to 4brJ?siJncy TU result -a sore disappointment to the friends of Freedom; bu it should not and ,will -not dishearten them. v To them it is not a 1 de feat but a victory, Tor It giveAassuninco ' of an ultimate, triumph which is -only post poned. -They have condemned the iniqui ties of thoSlavo'DeinocrRcy by heavy 'ma jorities m all but' three of the Northern Slates; and have outy failed of executing the sentence, tr the interposition of a third par ty. . .The .election of Buchanan could never have been accomplished by his own adhe rents. He owes hi success to Fillraoroism ii, Pennsylvania." Look at tho result in Illinois, the home of l Douglas 1... Look t the result jn- &Iichipan,.cjent the horaojat, Cass !-r-at the result.. in. ."New Hampshire, the home of fierce i -at the re-1 sult in Now York-lho home of Fillmore.- These are among the substantial triumphs of the Republicans, an earnest of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 November 1856

Special Notices. rierwn tlacesea Conquered. ills that detract from the enjoyment of Of ell the Tariona human We most of them may be traced to a dl Bordered con dition of the nerroua svstem. The horror or Epill per, or rHUnf Sickness, arise in most nni from this eaose. Our readeri ma remember on several occasion, before, we hare alluded to the wonderful enrca, or modifications of JU, made by the Vegetable Extract Epileptic Pills, indent ed and prepared by Dr. Sethi Hanee, of 108 Baltimore-st, Baltimore, Md. We feet fully satisfied that these Pills hare cured the most stubborn cases of Epilepsy, aa well aa the milder forma of Bta euch aa severe Cramps, Spasms, c. We now lecordthe fact, that peraona will find theae Wlls enuailr eflacadooe ia curini every form of nerroua de bilitv: no matter whether manifested" in the acute and ei eruoiaiing form of neuralgia, tiedoloreux, or nervons headache, the miaery of Indigestion, the Bufferings of rheumatism or gout, the melancholy hallucination ...

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 November 1856

Agricultural. AGRICULTURAL SONG. WrtUan for the Essex County, Masaachuwrtti, rfcc, bt 9tM b WlTVISm. - m . Wv ' Ow momfciTf r trie flnrt nxfl Fait, v . ' -ia tdwshaof Edcn'jwall--: t - ' n toe osteraide. . ..;.. - X TV?ynear! the airabove them fanned, ... - , r - A Uht stop o the sward, ( ' - ' And lo! they saw before taam stui4 .tV . , Tha angel of the Lord. . BnTn"J thorn stntlfhc fh Cli more, " : v Beft.iavtfeara wild with rock and thorn The desert atretefced away. 8h Wmhine ia-lr6r-ltfit, v . . ,r , Fo the chaste rrb-rtf - " ffe.trhiijjro'w bis Mtfrr fruit j For Edea's grapes of gold., . Anicr he said, "whY 1 behind When hope is ajM Wor: And tront hand and willl-imind - ;,.rVeachHmav' yet reston ? 1 ."t "Heavs with Ton a spell who power Can make the desert plad. And call around voq fruit and flower AfairaaLdcnb.a4. s jetoferYmrna-nd with powertotlfl ?sW aTfe nmfNtm off yowt oil: Your Yerv doors shall seem a (rfft, a- Tt1m a run through Toil, "lit. ' us i'M6vecfu) a post bawning ...

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 November 1856

Poetry. From the Louisville Journal THE ORIGIN OF THE DEW-DROPS. A FANTASIA—ST HART E. RATCHELOR. There's a whispering of leaves, 'mid the swoet Summer trees, An ft smile on the fro U and the flower, There's a futh and a flaeh like the ripr-tinfr ef While the blossoms are laying their lipa to the breeee, Ai he dantily floats from hit bower. And the eooi-flnjrered Twilight, ao Vauteou and still. Drooping her veil from the dim world of l'P. Softlv dpena the shadow o'er woodland and hill, RicMv aranin the willows that dream by the rill, W ith a aoftaeai ao tender and deep. On a cushion of moss, all golden and brown. Sleep a maiden io gentle repose, TChile one snow arm is r carelewly thrown Beneath the rich enris that droop lovingly down To her cheek sweetly tinged with the rose. All round her am strewn the sweet blossoms of May, Fondly kisv-nintn life by the spring; Ijnrely roses and lilies in hesntous array. With their starrv bods gleaming like jewels astray. Or the glow of the hummin...

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 November 1856

TO THE REPUBLICANS OF OHIO. Two years ago tho people States wero surprised and astonished by tho announcement that Congress had passed a law repealing tho Missouri Prohibition by which slavery was forever excluded from all our Territory north of 36 30 rnin. By tha Kansas and Nebraska Bill, tho most ob noxious of the pro-slavery views of John C. Calhoun were virtually recognized and in corporated into a law of the land. The oft repeated opinions of Jefferson, embodied in . ...... , .j i i theOrdiancoof 1787, and acted upon by him at various periods of his administration on tha power of Congress over tho subject of slavery in tho territories wore ignored, and tha doctrine was boldly announcod that lho Constitution denied to Congress tho power i to prohibit this institution in tho territories, j The declared opinion of all our eminent public men ; the oniform action of Congress in tha exorciso of this right, and tho repeat ed decisions of tho Supremo Court of tho United Slates wero rep...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 21 November 1856

Special Notices. Nervous Diseases Conquered. Of all the various ills that detract from the enjoyment of human lift most of them may be traced to a disordered con dition of the nervous system. The horrors of Epllipsy, or Falling Sickness, arise In most cases from this cause. Our readers may remember on several occasions before, we hare alluded to the wonderful cures, or modifications of Ft, made by the Vegetable Extract Epileptic Pill-, invent ed and prepared by Dr. Seth S. fiance, of 108 Baltimore-st, Baltimore, Jfd. We feel fully satisfied that these Pills have cured the most stubborn eases of Epilepsy, as well as the milderforms of fits such as severe Cramps, Spasms, &c, We now record the fact, that persons will nnd these Pills eqnallT efficacious in curing every form of nervous de bilitv; no matter whether manifested In the acute and ex cruciating form of neuralgia, tie-doloreux, or nervous headache, the misery of indigestion, the sufferings of rheumatism or gout," the melanc...

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 November 1856

Agricultural. THE HUSBANDMAN. BY JOHN STERLING. Iabtb; of man the bounteous mother, Feeds htm at ill with corn and wine; He who brat would aid a brother, Share with him three gifts divine. Van j a power within her bosom - - Noiseless, hidden, works beneath; Hence are seed, and leaf, and blossom. Golden ear and clustered wreath. These to swell with strength and beantr. Is the royal task of man; Han's a king, his throne is duty, Sines his work on earth began. Bad and harvest, bloom and vintage. These, like man, are fruits of earth; Stamped ia day, a heavenly mintage. All from dust rccelrcd their birth. Bars and mill, add wine-vat's treasures. Earthly goods, for earthly lives, ' These are Natnre's ancient pleasures. These her child from her derives. ' Wnat the dream bnt rain rebelling If from earth we songht to fise? Tie sr stored snd ample dwelling, Tls from It the skies we see. Wind and frost, and hour and season. Land and water, sun and shade, . Work with these, as bids thy reason. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 November 1856

Poetry. From the Louisville Journal. Mr. Hempstead hu published only a few pieces of poe try in oar paper, yet those few have, been enough to estab lish ais reputation u one of tb wry rbreraoit poets the age; t MY EARLY FRIENDS. BY REV. T. HEMPSTEAD. A shadow tall, a blight dwnds on aU the joys of earth, And evermore a burial chant la minjrllngwlth their mirth, A U earth I v thin are hastf-nii. on to their appointed end, Tili dust," at last with kindred dust, within the shadow blends; - ' . Forerer a the elobe alone; her starry cycle mils, Wuhiw th anal Time hollow bell some httrd idol tolls. Andthoujrh with Him, who ait on high, whose golden Throne around. ( Shine Seraphim and Chernbim, the beautiful and crown'd There is no change, no funeral train, no ud array of death, Thong! all the universe at onoe rroan out its dying breath.1 With ua below while yet the winda through heartm'a blue arrbvB nuitre, There must be teara and broaking hearts and weariness andcfkantre. TThere are mr f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 November 1856

From the National Era. A SONG. INSCRIBED TO THE FREMONT CLUBS. Beneath, thy 6kies, November! Thy akros of cloud and rain, Around our blazing camp-fires, -We close our ranks again. , Then sound again tho bugles, Call the battle-roll anew ; If months have well-nigh won tho field, What may not four years do! For God be praised ! Now England Takes once more her ancient place; Again the Pilgrim's banner : Leads the vanguard of tho race. Then sound again the bugles, - Call the batilo-roll anew ; If months have well nigh won tho field, What may not four years do f Along the lordly Hudson A shout of triumph breaks; The Empire State is speaking, From the ocean to the lakes. - Then sound again the bugles, Call tho battle roll anew; " ' If months have woll-nigh won the field, What may not four years do! The Northern bills are blazing, ' ' The Northern skies are bright; ' And tho fair young West is turning . Her forehoad to the light! ' Then sound again tho bugles, Call the battle-roll anew; If...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 November 1856

Special Notices. Invalids Beerrrerlng fromth. effect, of Tent, Bilious diseases, or long eootiBned Mneeaaf any kind, will find Carter". Span ish Mixture the only remedy which wiU revive their droop ing eoBstitutiona, expel all hid hsmors from the blood, excite tb liver to I prompt and healthy action, and by lt" tonie properties, niton the patient to health and viirnr. Wt can only say, TRY IT. A .inrle bottle is worth all the alled'8ariiparin in existence. It J"'"0 Herenry, Opium, or any othermrxiooi , or Pl" -and can be rfvw. to the youoreet Infant "D &ee threWtilicate of wonderful core, around the bottle. othnv. hundred pennn. i. h. city of Richmond, Ve ean testify to ita rood effeeta. See advertisement. w4 Medical Impossibilities. For a lonf time a oertain class of disease, hare the aklll and practice of the most eminent member of the tegularmedioal faculty. Fonmoet among there we might inatance epilepsy erfalling ft. Happily now by the akill and inventive genial of an eminent...

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