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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 November 1856

Poetry. BLACK EYES. Bin eyas are Tery lorely Blae m n wtl aa4 Mt; So witching and so tender TTbea kindred ejrw they greet; Ther atsal like ootea of sonata Keith reninf'a ssbls pall, Within the epirit'e enimhar, . , , Aa sweet aa lore'i light call ' ' Bat eyei of rmi-ea color ' Hat irhil bold en me And from their aparkllng feature I wear mj poesr. ' I awn their fclrr mmrio, Admit thWr wrrstie thrall Tbsy shrond me in their robing Aa pure aa Angel's pall. Black ejea first set rhrming Black eyes still feed the fire ' Adding impajuloued fuel t7nv the heart's desire. ' And erer shall my tribute ' The finest of lore's emprise, . Be paid in minstrel homage At the shrine of bright black eyes. Agricultural and Domestic. FALL PLOWING. Ia autumn, too team baring become iu Tired to work through the summer, is more vigorous rad better prepared for labor than in the spring, and other farm work is less pressing in its demands upon the time and attention than in that bustling period. Let all the pl...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 December 1856

Poetry. NATURE AND HER LOVER. BY CHARLES MACAY. 1 ueracvKi the time, thoa raarine nea, ' When Unr voice wai the Yoiee of infinity A jy, dread, and ft mystery. - T mnembwth time, ye yonnf; Mar-flowers, ' When jour odon and hue in the tit-Ida and bowers Fell o my seul as oa grass tlie showers. . I remember the tinie, thon blunterlny wind, When thy to ire in the woods, to my dreaminf mind, Seemed the sigh of the earth for human kind. ' T remember the time, ye sun and rta.ni, ' Whes re rained my soul from mortal bar, And bore it through heaven in your golden ears. Ad has it, then, -remaned, that dreadful time? Are the winds, and the seas, and the start sublime, Ieaf to thy aoul iu iU nmnly pniaer 1 . Ah, not ah, an! -amid sorrow and pain. When the world and its Tacts oppress my brain, . ta the vmrld of spirit I rore, I rt-ign. I rV4 a deep aad a pare d-eHjrht 1 In the Luxuries ef sound and si flit In the opening dar, in the closing night. TniflM of rnnth tro with me still. ThiU Thronjrh...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 December 1856

President's Message. Gentlemen of the Senate and of ike House of Representatives; Tbe constitution requires that the Presi dent, from time to time, not only recora tpcod tortho -consideration of congress such measures lis he may judge necessary and ex pedient, but also that ho shall give informa tion m to the state of the Union. To do this fully involves exposition of all matters in tho actual condition of tho coun try, domestic or foreign, which essentially concern the general welfare. "While performing this constitutional du-! ty in this respect, tho President docs not! apeak merely to express' personal com ic-' tions, hut as the Exocutivo Minister of the Government., ..Enabled by bisjositimaiid upon by his official obligations to scaa with an iiiqaj tial cyo tho iuteresta of tho whole and every part of the United States, of tho condition of tho domestic in terests of the Union, its agrienrtnre, mines, manufactures, navigation and commerce, it is necessary only to say that tho in ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 December 1856

question with the United States, this re quest has been acceded to upon the condi tion that the sums collected At the 16th of Juno last and until the 16th of Juno next. It is merely the definition of what shall constitute the effectual in vestment of a block aded place a definition for w hich this gov ernment has always contouded, claiming in demnity for losses where a practical violation of the rule thus defined has been injurious to' our commerce. As to the remaining ar ticle of the declaration of tho Conference of Paris that privateering is and remains abolished I certainly cannot ascribe to tho powers represented in tho Conference of Paris, any but liberal and philanthropic views in the attempt to change the unques tionable rule of maritime law in regard to rivateerincr. .. Their proposition was doubt less intended to imply approval of tho prin- cir-les that private property upon the ocean, although it may belong to tho citizens of a belligerent State, should bo exempted from pt...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 December 1856

Poetry. A SICK MAN'S DREAM. " " ThU beautiful piece ff poetry was -written by the late J udge Robert Raymond Aped, of Georgia, afterwards f.ovr- -ernor of Florida. It hu never appeared in print before. ; fevnd the lady for whom It was penned now a resident --ear city has kindly consented to give to the public thro' Vvar column. It is one of those choice yet unobtrusive gems, struck out from a rich nine of theugnt, that hat on" -If to see tho light to have its beau ties appreciated. Mont- tvy'-ri '.(Hi "JA k I d. Me thought that in a jarred wood, I slumbered on a hank of Hower, Soothed fey ettrcwmleVswiindetimT, flood, r That guiyledtRrnajrh the w-bfcperiog bowers; And dreams did Tisit so bright. An Elysium only could heiret them; heT)naufrhVne rnieh inttwe d' tight, It seemed that thfi wert prwnt ther, gr - TMot re witRirtoglatre Vi";? " The star of morning decked thy hair. And all around Us radiaoc slft&niing,' Imparted to thy Hp thv check , , , , IT r Tnsbrirbtneas of immortal...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 December 1856

Letters from Bayard Taylor. NUMBER II. HOLIDAY IN SWITZERLAND AND ITALY. Correspondence of The N. Y. Tribune. GOTHA, Germany, Oct., 1856. ' We left. Zurich in a carriage for Goldau, at the foot of the Rigid, iu order to ascend that fashionable peak boforo sunset. While 'dining at Zug, I was acco.-,tod by a. Swiss guide, who wished mo to take hni, into my "service. : Now, I had determined to tako no 'guide (none being necessary) until we should reach the Furca 'Pass; but the minute I saw ;the roan full in the face, and looked into the 'clear depths of his unwavering dark-blue eyes, he had, mo completely in his power. I felt that I 'must Uiko him, before his prop 'oeition was half spoken; yet, like n prudent than of the world (a fool, rather,) I - hesita ted, and bargained, and made conditions, 11 savoring of mistrust, while nv reality I "would have trusted all my worldly posessions in his hands. ' Why must we ever distort our features with these conventional masks? ?Vbr not say at on...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 December 1856

From the New Haven Palladium. THE BLACK SABLES. - Messrs. Editors: In a recent letter of I "JoKdCU.iV your former correspondent, she i j . .ri ti .i i tells a irood storv. which 1 have copied in r. uch a form as may do for publication. It is at your son ice, if you sec fit to give it a place in your paper. Respectfully, ' SARAH. , I have a good slory to tell you, and you , must read mo patiently to the end, in order! that you, too, may enjoy what has made my j poor sides aclio with laughter, as they have j hot done for manv a day. You remember . that pretty little Mrs. I, whom you met here one day last summer. Did I, or did I not tell vou what a perfect witch sho is, and now sno contrives to twisv uw uu-u.mu uu every body else around her finger, almost without an effort I Well, she camo dancing in yesterday morning, wearing the most su purb set of sables they must have cost a little fortune. No one but myself would have noticed them, for tho bright face above them was radiant with b...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 December 1856

Special Notices. Invalids recovering from the effect of Tmt, kmc eontlnned Ulne- of My kind, will 8nd Crter". Span ish Ubttar. the only reraedy which wlU revive their droop ing constitutions, exnel all bad kumon from tee blood, weite the liver to a prompt and heltb j action, and by Its Aomle properties, restore the patient to health and vigor. W, . onlv rav, TRY IT A sinol. bottle iswrth the M Stroll. 1 "i,", JlJCooVorug" V, can testify to it. good cllucta. Bsc sdrertleemeot- ' Clark's Female Pills. THS GREAT EXGLISH REMEDY. Prepared from a xtrri8T fasten. This InvahraHe medicine la mtalling In the our. of all those palatal and dangers disorders, to which the Irmale Mnatltntion ts subject. It moderate, all eieeese. and re I j obstructions, and a spredv cow may be relied on. To married dio It Is semlUrly salted. It will in a abort time, bring on ta swr-Oslf period with regnlarltr. ' Each bottle, pries. One Dollar, bear, tbe Government tamp of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits, ....

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 December 1856

A Story for Young Ladies. A Story for Young Ladies. SALLY SLY AND JANE McKEARN. HUMOROUS REPORT ON BUTTER. We copjty tie following from J.ho Far mer' Monthly Ykitor. ' Tkaro is' good moral conveyed iu it, told -with rich vein ' -of humor that is capital. It is from' "the pen of S. Little, of tho Mammae .(N. .Agricultural Society 1 J"".' . '"( The beneficence of cur Creator is mani fested in so disposing our tastes, aud so ad apting these to tlio varieties with which we aro surrounded, as not to make life a-lunlen. It might have beeu that necessary food would have boon noisome, as it sometimes Ls to the diseased stomach, had it not pleased, the Creator to have ordered it otherwise, read is the staff of Wu. btter is given to make it slip down easier, and with better jellsli. But it depends something on who makes the butter, whether it answers this purpose. Batter made in Joe' Bunker's fnoose, needs to be eaten in the dark ; then to make ft pass well, one or two other sen ses should be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 December 1856

FREMONT JOURNAL. ISAAC 71. KEELEU, Proprietor. The JOURSAL in published every Friday morning Olflcs In the third story. Backland's Utock Freruont, Sudusfcy count) , Ohio. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ono opr. pprmr, lu advance, by mail .... Paid within tha rear After tiie expiration oi' tue year , Town sabsriticrF.in s,lr!ir.ce RT-S OK ADVERTISING. - Oue3jur luliues or lens, uneiinerUon, do. Kcli additional insertion..... -. do. Taree mnutiit. .... . do.. Six ulontim ........ .----- -M,50 .. M 2,;o ..' 1,75 -fO.50 .. 0,-a . 3,00 5,00 .. 8.00 tine year. . .. One-fhartli cotnan, change iiuHrtcrlj , 1 year... lfi.00 O.K-third do. ... wv One-half d'i. no- . do ...25,00 , Whole d"- d". ' --- 5"0 B jsine C.ir K lint" or t?ss, one yar .i,00 Leaded Vntiws pre-i'-ihi- mrtrria?,-!. and Pouble col amn AdvertisenientR, to be charjred doulvle tiie altove rate. AJv,'rti,menla should be marked with the uunilieref insertions or titer will be continued untilorderedout and charged accordingly. JOB PRISTISC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 December 1856

FROM WASHINGTON. Washington, Dec. 11. Tho President to Jay sent in the nom ination of J. C. Harrison,, of Kentucky, for JiKigo of Kansas, vie Locoinpto, removed. Gen. Houston will soon move as inoiiirv inth eviie.lion.-v of Riisnen.linr for two yoars the duty on sujar and molnsses. . Mr. Ca is speakiiur in vindication of die Presidents Mossnjo in tho Senate, Honso Mr. Otera mesented a nctui.m from the. citizens of the Gadsden purchase skinr for tho erection of tho Territorial Government of Arizonia. Mr. Humphrey Marshall made, a speech criticising tho Democratic profession and practice. i j i Washington, Dec. 12. Mr. Campbell, of Ohio, from the Commit tee of Ways and Means reported a bill pro viding for tho payment of the legislative, executive and judicial expenses, and a bill making similar provision for tho Consular and Diplomatic service for tho next fiscal year. . Mr. Bronson from tho Post Office com mitte presented a bill authorizing the Post Master General to make a contract ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 December 1856

Special Notices. Invalids Recovering from the effects of Fever, Eiiltus disenscs, OT long continued illness of any kiml. Trill find Carter's Span ish Mixture the only remedy which v. ill revive their droop in); constitutions, expel mil bad humors from the Mocd. oxcite the liver to a prompt and healthy action, and by its tonic properties, restore the patient to health and vijrnr. We can onlv sav, TRY IT. A sincle Iwt'.le is worth all the o-alle.rS.UKanrilla ii existence. It contains no Metro rv, Opinm. or any other noxious or poisonous .Inn, and can be (riven to the vonnirost infant without herniation Seethe eertirteate of wonderful cun-a around the bottle. More than lri hundred persona in the city of Richmond, Ya can testify to its pood t-tlecta. Bee advertisement. 444 Clark's Female Pills. TOR CBFJtT EWIJSn KKMFflT. Prepared from Preocriprirm of Sir J. Clark R. Jf. 1, Physician Extraordinary lo tkt Qaeea. Tli la Invaluable medicine is onMling in the cure of all those painful and da...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 December 1856

Poetry. A SWEET POEM. Th, fair author u but er.nteen years of age. A highly j writes us privately about her. The fact, of th. lettor aic j touchlnj; and while our delicacy forbid our uting several j things named in it wo may jet state that the ctrcumstan- , eetwith which thuchiid oi genio. h struggled, are such i as to movs the hrartw dwp fvelitic-, Solkfm limn. MY BROTHER j j j . I Oil! briar mse, clamber, And cover the chamber, . . The chamber so dreary and lone Where with meekly closed Hps, And eyes in eclipse, - ' My brother ll; under tlis stone. nh! violets, cover, i The narrow roof over, Oh. cover the window and doorl for never the lights, ( Through tlic long days and nig hxa, "". Make shadows across the floor. The lilies are Wo. mint, the HMi s are white. Where his play haunts used to be; And the sweet cherry blossoms Blow over the bosoms Of birds on the old roof tree. When I hear on the hills the shout of the storm; In the valley the roar ot the river; I shiver and shake on ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 December 1856

..$1,50 2,00 ..' 2,50 .. 1.7 FREMONT JOURNAL. ISAAC 71. KEELEK, Proprietor. The JOURNAL is published twy Friday morning. Office In the third btorr, BuokUcd's Block Fremont, Sandusky county, Ohio, TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, per year, in advance, by mail Paid within the year After the expiration of the year Towuu,bsoribers,in advance - . RATES OF ADVERTISING. ' One Square 10 linen or leas, one insertion, $0,50 da. Each additional insertion 0,25 - do. Three mouths 3,00 do. Six months 5.00 do. One year ...8,00 One-fonrth column, change quarterly, 1 year... 15,00 Onw-third lo. do. do ...0,00 One-half do. - no ...25,00 Whole do. do. ' do ... 45.00 i B urines Cards, 6 lino or lean, one year 5,00 I Leaded Notices preceding marriages, and Double col-j nma Advertisement, to be chanred double the above rate.) Advertisements should bo marked with the number of insertions or ther will be continued untilorueredoutand charged accordingly, ' JOB PRISTIKG, Of all kinds neatly and exr..tioulyr-...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 December 1856

ARRIVAL OF THE CANADA. Halifax, Dec. 23. The steamship A. M., with Liverpool dates to Friday Doc 12th, being nine days later than those re ceived by the City of Baltimore at Phila delphia, and two days later than those taken out by the Baltic, now due at New York. The steamer America, which left Liver on the Oth inst, and the arrival of which we have been expecting for a week past, en countered a furious storm when otf Cape Clear, which swept her decks and so disa bled her that she had to put back to Liver pool, where she arrived on the morning of the 10th mst. The Canada was immedi ately got ready to take out the passengers and mails of the America, and left' Liver pool on the 12th. " A despatch from Bordeanx announces the Arrival at that port of a vessel having on board the Captain and fifteen other persons who were wrecked in the Lyonnaia. No names or other particulars given. ; It is officially announced that the Con gress of Paris will meet some time during the present month. ''...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 December 1856

V j)cei polices. Benevolence. We o think person evince mor benevolent timlt of character than being moved at the Ji tress and suf fering of others, end furthermore, anxions to do 11 in their power to alleviate hy ere 17 possible means human suffering. In this view of the owe we do not know how the humane and benerolent can do an action more In aceord WMewlththetrr.lillanthror.te views, than by calling the attention of their afflicted Mend? and acquaintances to the tact that. Dr. Seth S. Han, em Baltimore street, Bal timore, aid, had discovered anrenaxntinn. which in pot np In thelomi ofa Till, that hat a specific action for curing Imlcnsv, or Falling Fits, spasms, cramps, and all forms of iierrous diseases. Amonc those who hare l rrma nentlv eared, we mlirbt mention a member of the family of jimee H. Beadle, Huntuville. Ala., Mr. M. ".Sledge. Cabin Point, Snrrv ronntv, Va.: and Mr. W. P. I.liron, Grenada, uj.. w iniht tm on enumerating a number of others. ntll we had entirelr nlled ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 December 1856

Poetry. From the Louisville Journal. THREE ANGELS. Three tweet angels fturt aaleepl , , Two Mush -buds and on white lily j ,'Queeu of silence, crowned alone, - . On a throne, . r Cpder a monumental alone, , ?. "Where the joyal shadows keep In a palace dim and chilly. Lily in her regal white, -V- And her fair bands clasped from lifting ' ! Neath each dainty, moulded breast; '"' 'JJeauty blest " . ? .ow aha lie and takes her rsU. . Heedless of the coming night, f- . -: ' : " ' fr the fnld and purple drif tinap j O . "Ofthe splendors in the CTeat.. .,,) ...... uda,wjth ' hluhewahtd away .... In that dark and aoleua river, : -Thjr meek beauty floated en, f ' ; . ; . . t , . Music drawn. ' llohig out lo meet the dawn , That came smiling through the gray, f With a pearl and jasper quiver. ' ' ThrewUd birds that used to be,'.' ' Singing down our mortal road .... A K " JThroe waits sleepers 'neath Um sod ' And throe jewels, gtoriontly ; y 1 Flaming inthe crown of God! , EMMA ALICE BROWN. PL...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 January 1857

FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC KF.rxrjt, Proprietor. Tin .lOt'nVAI. lpnMloliPd rn-ry Frl'lnr nv.rnl.iir. Office Intlm third tnrjrt Bitckltiivl Hlock Frcinniit, 8anliiky county, Ohio. TRKMtf OK BrnsruiPTiov. Onocnpv, per vf nr, In tvlvHnco, mull ... I'.ii'l within the v-r Aflor tin Piplratinii of the yenr T'winul!!Tibrr,tn ii'lvnn, , RATES OF ADVERTISING. OnfS .iiaro loll ri'-n nr h-, one In-orlion, ilo. Knoli vMltinni'i. inwrtlnn.... ..i.m .. ii.no 1,74 ..jn.f.n ,,o. Thrrp mniithft 8,M) ilo. Pit month G.iw. do, fine yen r ,"0 Oiin-fnurtli cliin.ii,clii.iigi' -I'larturly, 1 vonr.. . K,oO Om-thlnl do. itn. d ... 2f..no Om-liitlf io. do. do ...2,oo Wlmto do. do. do ... 4.00 llitfilnx r-tr.l, 6 lln or lew, on vr-nr fi,,.o ..ptvlf. N'utlri prowling mnrrlnif'. and llmiM- mi lium Ailmrt lpuipnt. to o ciinrifrtl ihmltli-1 hf nlovf rnlo. A'1vcrtli'mnt ho!ild 1 ntnrkd with tho nmnlxT of .rui'Hinnn or they will W continued until ordered out nnd ! clmrgpil nordingly. ion PRINTING, I Of nil kind neatly a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 January 1857

Arrival of the Europa. New York, Dec. 27. , The steamor Europa arrived nt her dock at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Her dates from Liverpool aro to tlio 13th inst. ono day la ter than those of tho Canada via Halifax She bring CO passengers. Passed tho Af rica on tho evening of tho 25th -Int. 41 deg. 0 min., long. 5fl deg. 50 min. The steamer Relgitite hence, arrived at Southampton on tho 12th cn-routo for Ant werp. News unimportant. Ittillion in tho Hank of England increas ed 75,000, Tho ooin in tho Bank of Franco had in- creased during tho month 35,000,000 francs. . Tho fall of Herat is confirmed. It sur rendered to tho Persians on the 20th. The English troops had arrived in tho Persian Gulf. A dispatch from Vionna states that Franco was mediating between tho bolligercnts and endeavouring to pcrsuado Persia to yield to England. Prussia has closed all communication with Switzerland and will make no further pro position. War was proclaimed against Persia at Calcutta, on Nov. 1st, and tho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 January 1857

Special Notices. Benevolence. We do not think a person enn ovine a more benevolent trait of elm meter Mian being moved at tho distress and suf fering of others, and furthermore, anxious to do all In their power to alleviate by every poslhl mean human StinVring. tn this view of the cape we ln not know how the humane ami benevolent ean do an action more In accord ance with thclrphllanlhmplc views, than by ralllnft the attention of their afflicted ft lends and acquaintance to the tact that. Or. Peth 3. Hance, of 10S Baltimore street, Bal timore. Md., h dlenvercd a preparation, which la put up tn the form of a Till, that ha a specific action for curing F.pnPv. or Falling Kit, spa-wns, cramp, and all forms nnn-nn.1i'Mr. Amnntf those who hare been nerma- Jame'aH. Beadle, Huntsvllle. Ala., Mr. M.P.ONn, Cabin Volnt. !"irrv enuniv, .;nnn mr. , !-, ....n-., Ml. We mlht m on enumerating a number nf others, nntil we had entirely fllb'd up tttU column of our paper: IS! KTo,. i,.,tnme trouble, an...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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