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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 February 1857

Miscellaneous. A GOOD DEED IN SEASON. "Got wv with yon, you ditty old beg gar boy. I'il like to know wlint right yon hvo to look over tho fenco fit our flower!" Th pckor wAi n litllo boy not moro tlinn elovon yoAM oi l, Mil tlio ihtlia psKinlo omotimos cflllrij him hantlawno, Ins face looked very imrsb nnJ disngrepaWo jiist thf n. ' 1 . , ' Ho stood in bountiful p.inlon, just in tho suburbs oflio city; nn.l it m Juno timo, and tho tulip? worn opening llonnelvra to tho sunshine. Oh! it m a grr-Atioy to looV lit Ihom m Ihov lood trrnrrfullv to the light wilh their nooks of crimson, of yel low. nnd cnrnMion. Tho beds flunked cith er sido of tho ynth thnt curved nround n small arbor, whero the youiirr grnpe clusters thnt lay bidden among tlio Inrgo leaves, wrote a Donutilnl prophoey for tho nutunm. , - A white paling ran in front of tho gar don, nd over this the little beggar boy, so rndo'y addressed was loaning. Ho was Very lean, very dirty, very raggod. I am afraid little children wou...

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 February 1857

a.nii 1,76 FREMONT JOURNAL. ISAAC n. KF.EI.EIl, Proprlrlor. The JOIIRSA!. tapnbllnhul eeerr Friday morning. Ofnoa In the third tory, llnckland'a Block Kremont, Bandaaky county, Ohio. TKUMS OF UlInSCRIPTIOfJ. One ftopr. tier rear. In advance, by mall Paid within the year After the expiration of Hie year Town aubacrtuuro.ln alranc . ... RATES OF ADVERTISING. On Square in line, or lc, one lnertlon, 10,150 do. Karh additional Inaertlon o.t t)o. Three month! J ' tin. Slanmnrh J- tin. One year .-"VV r Z One-fourth onlumn, change q nnrterly, 1 year. . . 16 00 One-third Uo. do. do -!" One-half do. do. Whole do. do. do Binlnea Card., llnee or lea., one year......... 6,00 Loaded Notice preceding man-lance, and Hoiihle col umn Adrortlaementa, to lie cliarue.l double the nlme rate. Adverlloment ahonld lie marked with the nitmlier of In.erllona or they will bo continued until onlerodout and charged accordingly. jon pniNTiNo, Of all klnd neatlr and exnedltlnnalyeiecuted.and that too, to the full ...

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 February 1857

LEGISLATIVE. Columbus, Feb. 6. ; ' In tho Sonnto, on Thiirsdny, tlio 5th Inst., Mr. GtIbwoM, from tho Judicinry Commit teo, reported buck tho bill to nmpml the Act more effoctunlly to prevent partiMing, willi n nmondment allowing ft wifo or chiM of loosing party to suo for rind recover prop erty or inony lost in gnmblinsr. Tho im portnnt nmentlment was agreed to. The Mayor of Cincinnnti has acknowl edged tho receipt of 333, the contribution of tho members of tho General Anblv to tho relief of tho suffering poor in thnt city. Tho correspondence, winch does cred it to the Assembly nnd tho M.ivor. was rend in tho Semite and entered on tho Journal. Tho Senate unanimously passed tho Sen ate bill to amend tho net to provido for the creation and regulation of incorporated com panion. AUo, the Houso bill to nmond tho gambling act. Also, tho Houso bill to mend tho act to prevent tho spread of dis ease among sheep, yeas 24, nay . The Senate to-tlny killed a bill to "fence in cattlo and fenco ...

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 February 1857

gpM.qi police?. Can Epilepsy be Cured? We tlilna 111" Wlowina It tier ttnm a r-)H-.li1e eltlssn of Mississippi will answsr His qusatlnn, and tcmon til doubts from pv.ry unbiased tn1nl! (Irwiaila, Ml.. .tuns . n M.lh fl tlanr. n.lllni.ipf. Md. PrarSIrl Hassan-at plraanrr in trlatini-a rase af spnamanr fits rnrcd lis jnnr Itx-alual.le pills. Ms hrMh". J. J. l is"", naa on i fflpt.rtmi this afnl ilLaaar. II' Ural attai-k.fl wlill'qiiltnTOTin. llowoold have on or (wo spaanis at onsaltaok at Uraf. W a" ' " '". sfm...l to n- crrasc likowiw. "l '" h wmnwnoi d tjiklna: your rill", h v'r-v l' '"' T".r ""i""', P""!" trallnhiml.f.1vnclmlnil. Ilia mind had aiinVml sol !,.. ,t now, I am linppy loan, ha la enn-d of lima, flta. II" l" '-njovt'd finf linaltli f..r tlin lrat Hvp mimllia u. Ilia mind Vina rtlao rptlirnt-d to Ita ni islnal apilirM- linrss. All tltla I takoa ffirat plasur. In eominunlCJitln, j MHitmmiM in.. ... u. ...... -a .... .- that will cure llipm. ours, rt'aa-ctftilH, j)J()y No p...

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 February 1857

Poetry. BRILLIANTS. FAITH. Te wlio tlurik the troth yo ow Lost beneath Iho winter snow, Doubt not, Timo'i unorriiipt law Yet shnll bring the gwiinl thnw. t , God in nature yo eitn trust, Is tbo Qod of mind loss just t S Read W8 not the mighty thought . One by anciont sagos taught f : Thongh it withered in tho blight Of the medimval night. Now tho harvest wo behold; Seo I it bears a thousnud fold. Workers on tho barren soil, Yours may seem a thankless toil ; Sick at heart with hope deferred, Listen to the cheering word : ..... ; - Now tho faithful sower grieves; Soon he'll bind his golden sheaves. If great Wisdom have decreed : Man nay labor, yet tho seod , Nover in this lifo shall grow, Shall the sower cease to sow t Tho fairest fruit may yet be born " On tho rosurrcction morn I Fritz and Leolett, Agricultural and Domestic. Agricultural and Domestic. Points of a Good Horse for Various Purposes. posofc POINTS OF A GOOD CARRIAGE HORSE. Ed. Ohio Farmer. When we, m horse men, aro called...

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 February 1857

FREMONT JOUltNAn' i IS AC -51.' .iEJBI.rjf, rroprIcl4r, '. Th. JOURNAL 1. publl.h.d everf rrtdfty aaamlng. Omt In Ik third .tor., fluca.ta.4'. UXofk Fnasont, andueky county, Ollln. .. . . . I, - . .i.- ... tkrmi or strnflcmmow. 'nn Hop?, pr year, tn advanc, by mail .. . fatd wllhln th. year... ' .after the expiration of tli year ' " Town stibserlbers.lu advance .. ..... ,.. ,ATK8 OV ADVERTISING. :.n.to .. 2,00 o.e ..I. ,K ..I. .0 ..no . Owe!lur. inline, or lass, npalneertlnn, n' do. r.vh additional rmtertlota r ft; do. 'i " Three month.. I ,. i. . ..... .- .t rid) '- ' Hit month .-; i.v..'-.-. .. . . .W. .' . Una wm - ' ' . ..'.l.. .uartrlv. 1 year . . '.' One-third do. n. J Owa-half ' ' ." ,' " ' ,' "' ' g.J , wln.a Cede, .line. iWtc.., nna year . ... n.M Lmded Nntlee. preceding marriage., and Double eol- rai, Advrtanient, " " charged double tbe above rate. Advertisements should ba' marV.d with tho nnmoer or Insertion, or hn will bo continued until ordered oat (ad charged according...

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 February 1857

LEGISLATIVE. Columbus, Feb. 13. A matter was ward In the Bonat yesterday afternoon, In iwmrmHfio it W tt W"11 rnmltation of Urn Rewiblicas membsrsheld ih toning previous. Mr. Brasoe,'of Fair fiAld, prwwntod the following resolution, '"' Resolved by the General Assembly ofthe State of Ohio : " . " , ' . ' ! 1st. That for reasons ditn-losod in the re port of the Jotot Committco of the General Assemoiy, nppoinicu ut ihw m ll,1850.aii(i Wauso tho public interests 11- Ml I.-. ..,. f..m,U,xm nnnrAhPintiniUI fif CUT Will Illimu 1IM Miini' i fi-M ..v.. money to be applied to tho execution of the eontroct mado in November, 1855, by the Board of Public Works for repairing Sec tions Numbers, 1, 2, 4, 6, 6, 7, and 8, of asid Public Works: And the Board of Publio Works aro hereby requlrod to take immediately possession of all the necessary Bi.pcrintondcnoo, and make tho repairs nec essary to put and keep tho samo in good navigable order. . : 2(1. That tho Board of Public Works Khali immediately ...

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 February 1857

Special Notices. i ( i Can Eptlepty b Cured? . . We think tha Mlovlnf Wttnr IM ft respactaWs elthw. of Mississippi will wm tin qaeelloo, and resner, U doubts from vry anbtsaed ariitdi Orenaria, Ml, Jan (, 1M Dr. Rci fl. llanos, Baltimore, Md. PearSIrl Itnkearest rileasnre la relallnr a en! af spasms or Itta cured by yonr n.aluatde nllls. Mr brother, J. J. l.leon, hss " " afflicted with this awful dlaeaao. We m Ursa attacked while enlteynon;. He would have on or two spasm at neattark at Brat ; bat a he irew older, they seemed to ln rreaae likewise. But up In the time he rommcnwd tallntj your pills, be hail lh-m very often and quite Terr. pros l...t ' .ii...n.lf.J llli mind htd aofferen cr. nn.lv! rtnow;iamh.pny tomr, ,r"r "f ,l0," Ilia.' ax baaenlnved flu. health for the Let five man hs Kait Hit "Hid hue also retarned Ul H nrlrlnal sprlulit llncM. AH thlel tnkenattpleMoMlnsiimmnnlealin,, a It mv he the mean of dtrerllnir others to th renieuy that will eaia them.- Yeara, iwspectfotl.v...

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 February 1857

Agricultural and Domestic. Agricultural and Domestic. DEE TILLAGE. A few WoofcsnlnTbiW Agriorlfc" pr tw, Id th OA i'r Farm-, of his pe rienvwiVppVlWin rJVfe gld to V iVYimi itofposJ h Vwim VitlK oot TViofti tif thi Minokind, but Vim? been disappointed. TK4 furiiwrt of thk toso n inmlculnbl mormt of fcbor Ttrtrrtiftll, b frtrffly kim tning o lh jfrouni ; jd tlmt ilioy pmut in thia course oem arrijrv yr (tet jpt they KM dwppointM' in tWr crops, iudo cxrrinit in cWper tiling would tmt so Kttle which, Once tried, mnM navnr he fonwkr -j i t ' In th spring or 1853, 1 bought a double MSchifnn steel plow, put on Tuke of cut Da and a Dir of horses, nnd plowed twelve acres of award ffrourtd. About one-half of it is 'ime-etooo clny, to the top; the other, tho cy. forms tho Bub-soil beinir covered from ten to fourteen inches in oVplb, with ft blck lown, contining ,lnrgo portion of TegeUbls fiber. . We ton th plow eleven inrshes deon. thrmieh the whole of it: nnd Jthough it hud been plowed t tim...

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 February 1857

TOtflMdlSi? JOURNAL. " ISAAC n. KF.ELEU, Proprietor. Th jm'BVAfi tspMlsr.Ml arsrr Friday mnrnln. OlM-ln th. third story, lluckland'a Hlook Prrmont, Baadnaky onnt.T, Ohio. TKRMS OF BrBSCRIPTION, Ommpt. nr fnr, tn adVaricr. by mall . ratd within tlia year , Aftar th. sxplratton of ihs yrar. ......... Town aabscrlbcrs, In advance ....... U.AO 1,7 RATFS OF ADVSRTU1INO. ' On Sqnare in llrto nr less, one Insertion, VJ 4a. F.:irh additional Insertion o.ie, do. Three months .? do. ' KIs months J. do. " Onsyear " nna-fonrthonliimn, change quarterly, 1 year.. . ir..nn One-thlrd do. do. to On.-h.lf . do. do. do 2;."" ' Wholo do. do. do . .. 4.1,00 Iliisincs Cards, o lines r less, one year . . . . . ..,( ' Leaded Notices preceding marriagi'S, arid Ilonlilo nil' advertisements, to he charird dmihle the ahovo rate. AdTertiaemnts should he marked with the nnmlier of InSoninns or mi-y nuiw ,.,...,-.. ......... ....... ahnrged accordingly. JOB PRINTINO, ' ' Of All kinds neatlv nd e-spedltlnnslr excc...

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 February 1857

From the Rochester Union, 17th. Extraordinary Case of Needle-Mania. 383 Needles Extracted from the Flesh of a Lady and she still survives. ' ' Our roW may romombcr that k fow years niixw nlhwion wm mado in tlio fmpors to A rcnutrknhlo cnso of hefdlo-rrmhirt, if itch H may bo ealli'J, thon progroginff in Otsego County. A J-"""!? l'y I! Ing undor ft terriMo tnnnin, which impollod Ivor to thnit ncedli and pieces of wiro in to her flosh, whore they rpinninml imlil ro mored by surgical iJ. Tho affair created much interest nt tho time when slio eoiri tnneel tho barbnron infliction upon her olf, for it was continued so long two yonrs or more -thnt tho noqiicl was never given to tho public. Dr. Clmrles Sumner, who attended thin young lady, and extracted from her body ftnd limb, the nxlrnordinnry number of three hundred and eighty-three needle., then resided nt GilbcrUville, but has ainca remored to this city mid engngnd in practice here. Curiosity to know some thinff of tho wonderful ease h...

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 February 1857

Special Notices. Fits! Why Prominent. For l long time (tin waa paragraph milking III regu lar weekly appearance in nnr columns, with III' brief but emphatic word "Flll Fits!" nlwsy at Uie bend, to w an nrTWajlvefaptlon, hill not nolo the bcrnvvolont and hn irlan, wliii eonld sympathise In tire sorrows tf others. Home pr-cann nro shocked t any Indication of disease, nn! are thrown Into nervnua excitement on wlneselng hsars. or enffln. Such ara tv. be pH' w h"""1 ' way strive In look disease and even death In the r with ealrancos, and especially take every nportunlty for alleviating disease. Viewed In thin light, the advertise- imnunr . a. Hnr, of 10 n.iumon. iiwi, n.itimo, ma wtmotou a certain interest, anu mow woo snow wi ejiy ores nnringimmrpiivpsv,noi.,..r .11. i hoold foot it a pleasure to cut out his advertisement, or In nme other war send word to the nllieted of the great val ue of hli remedies. They win he- sent to any part of the country by malt. Prloe, $3 per bo t; Two 8; Tw...

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 February 1857

Agricultural and Domestic. Horses Kicking in Harness. From the "London Field, the County Gentleman's Newspaper." I am tcmptoil to tnko tip my pon on tliis Ktilijcct frthn soring yosfy-rdrty otio of, I lliink, the racrt kickers I ever saw in Iinnies jai any ort ; lio w in it cub, not Ilniraom', Hot ono of tlio Slow-anJ-casips, or wirasy 'W tho caso tnny lx "Morry !'' I tliink F bear theld lndy say, who very wisely mndo hrr exit from th cub ami nought aliel- tor in A shop, thinking Iconch.de, tlmt the horse had wnio animosity personally to her-i1'10 elf, and would follow her if sho remained visiblet In spite of tho old lady, I repeated the wonl merry,- tor at ono tuno 1 timl a good deal to do with such gentlemen. Some froru sheer vice: somo from commencing in wantonness but ending in earnest; others from neither the one nor the other, but from alarm or having boon alarmed, which nine times out of ton is the origin of horses kick ing in harness; honco tho difficulty, I may any almost i...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 March 1857

FREMONT-JOURNAL. ISAAC M. UKELElt, Proprietor. . ' The .'OttRNAL UpuWI1,rn i-ery frlAvv mornlintj-OsW-latk. third, .tory, Buoklaaa. Bi-)krrawi-l, Banda.kj county, Ohio. - , j , u si , " . terms ok Hubctiit'tioi. " 'One copt, per year, in advance, T ma" " " 1 1 -f 1 Paid within tb-year..,...-. '"?"'' ' Jm AftTtheexplmll,pnfthercar...-.y------,- f ' " i fowaabarHe-e,ln advane. a ' -i-l--" . Oo.Sr.nar. 10 llnrl or lM.n in-erj.,...,., do. An ftt months . .. -Whole r do. 'I ao- doi '". iS V iu.ines ("lard., "lines or In... one year ..... ",D0 r""l a ...i.k ll.. marrinff-.. and DouWt eol .mTAdv.rtiwrneats, to be ch.rjed double tl. Advorttsement. should 1 marked w h i number of iHMrtinm or Ihey will baeantlnuec, uniiionii ahargedacoordiagly. , .i , . JO!) PRlNTtrm, . ' r W1 lnn nearly and Mpedltlnuly -cota,and that oOktothfulltttifcloiiofourpaUcmi. ,,. , , DLANKS, . , , f all .tls'eriptlons kf pt on 1.;n,l, nV win W printed on . w hoar.' aotlco. A A" Kf ' ';K , Editor rroprictor Fremont Jo...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 March 1857

FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Feb. 25. Tho Seoul yesterday passed twenty-live bills, one of which was io permit CapU Hartstf-ia ami his officer and crew to re ceive gift from the British government. -Tho report of tho Investigating1 Coinmittco (till Agitatr tho IIiHIho. Mr. Oilbert stat ed lit Ills pUce- ycsterdiiy, that lio had mint his resignation to tho Governor of New York. ' A letter from Mr. Mitttoson to tho Sponsor wm rend, in whk-fi h stated tlmt he doomed k his to bis sent. Washington, Feb. 26. .' To-day the .lovers of freedom here have had the pleasure of wclooming luick to his place, its clmmpmn, Charlc Si'MSita ami I am afraid wo shall jet bo oblirrd to any in a too real sense its martyr. It was ap parent to every ono who loolcod upon the noblo form -of Mr. Stunner to-dny, that those hnmefitl blows wore but too , well aimed, and appftcd with too much vigor. Mr. Sumner it ytt wtak, ami hit ttep lite that of an aged man. Iconic! but contract his,' present condition, with hi...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 March 1857

' Fitt! Why Prominent. ' ' For a long time there was tatrturraph mer.lng.iU tegn- lar weekly appearance In onr colnmne, with the brief bat i. -I ni.K .1 at tha head, to ipi will, wiiKin r im rim " " i B(fcniiiTf.pitoi.,imiitnt fcnrtiti j miw,hc(iTiptt.iti iii' twri or ntiwr..- gome pcrsens are ihnced .t any Indication f disc, . with rnlinaeas, and especially take every nportuntly for alleviating dlscnee. Tlewedtnthli light, the advertise- mental 8. ft. Hane., of 1M Baltimore .treet, Baltimore, Mdpoownatmrtaio inUmt, and wiooo who know of M,.on.wffrlnKlrompltfprt,tnMm,or(lt.or.nTkln4, should feel It a pleasure to rut out his advertisement, or In . tome other way send word te the afllrted of the greet val a of his remedies. They eon he tent to any part of the and are thrown Intonarvoui eellcmen, ok wlnesslng aj hearse or a eonln. Hath am U be pilled, w akooit al- wart atrlra to look dlaeaw aad even death In the fan j roantrjf h wiall. Feh.7,l7. frteo, S3 per box , Two $A Tw.Ua, 24 Sr....

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 March 1857

Poetry. THE DEW. etManve.-aiMlimetseeel - a a - Wlte I eat fart asteefl, " Taw fntf pm aad lovalj 8ewwi I i f ari$ nwrainf wheal nta Aai Id each towerat'a eye. Wf wlithe eeae.a.4 lotM " ' ' ittlMb(MNI ""' fweertv aranth tMctr aeaia ttoj m0t Ml -.esee Jl44ta. ' " HU wlwa ft tan f' ww .' tv' ' tTwetseUiet,wer.ade, ia4UatawheUieTervetl,b.l, ,,, t -, Beeae they ere afraid. JJ.:. KejeaBa.U,tehle(oaa4vrU Tha prattr ffreee end flowers, a. Atwat God's watehful loe ao care) ' ' '' Through tne 4ark midnight baais, I thlak ib7 wwaM aa longtr tear, , Bat em at Bight tt weep; . 4a4 tbea, peraape, they'd kntMt beads, lad (Mtlf ( t 1ms.' Wkai seeroeth teera to Ten, fay ehlU, lethwrefreehlntdew Oar Rwreal J Father seadeth dews, Each aaon aad tvenlag new. f Tb glittering drojM of aearlf or Are to the grM and Hewers, hat Inmbrrthrongh the client olgbt Is to this life of ears. ! 1 i , . ' ' ' Thai God remembere all the worts That he in lore hath made; O'er all hiawaUhfulnree and care. Are night and da...

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 March 1857

FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC n. KEtXCIt, Proprietor. Th" JOURNAL Upnlitlahrr everr Friday mornlnir. Ofllne In the third l.rjr, ntieai-Hi'd'l Bloek Fremont, gMrd ueky eonnty, Oliln. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oneoofre, per year, In advance, by mall ... Paid within the vear After the expiration oftheyear Town subaerltiera.tn advanee ..... -- RATES OF ADVERTISING. OneSnuare 10 tinea or le.e, ' lnertlnn, iO.rVO do. Karharfrtltlonl Insertion., 0 ,lt do. Three month! no. Six month!... . do, Oneyoar.- n. ,..imn. ahauire niarterlv, 1 year... In.on " . il ' A One-third " " One-half . " mi,.!. do. no. do naalnee Tarda, 6 tinea or loaa, one year. . . Leaded woneea prrwuina ,..,.rr, ..el.KO .. 2,K) .. 1,74 ... 20,no . 2s.no . .0f) and fhinhle rol- ffH Aurminrmrnm, v ciiik'-, ...... . nv-. Advertlaementa ahnnlrt be marked with the number of tnaertlona or they will be continued until ordered out and ohArged accordingly. JOB PRINTING, Ofall klnda neatlr and axnedltlonalreaeen ted, and that too, to the full a...

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 March 1857

INAUGURAL ADDRESS. FiiOw Crmi: I appear before you this day to Uk tb solemn oath that I will lasithAiilT uto the office of President of the United StuloH, nd will, to the host of my ability, preserve, protect and defend lho Constitution of the United Stftto. In en tering npoo thii great office, t mini humbly itiToke the God of our fnther fur wisdom and firmness to execute its high and respon sible duties in such manner s to restore harmony and the ancient friendship among the aerem! State, and to projorvo our free Institutions throughout inany gonorntious. Convinced that I owe my election to tne inherent lore for tho Constitution and the Union which atill auirtmtes the henrts of the American People, let roc earnestly ask their powerful support in sustaining all just measures calculated to perpetuate these, the Hchoftt political blessing which Heaven has ver bestowed upon any nation. Having determined not to become a CAndidnlo for re-election, I shall have no motive, to influ ence my...

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 March 1857

Special Notices. Fits! Why Prominent. For along time thsre w ft paragraph making IU regu lar weekly appearance In our columns, with the brief bat emphatic words "Fltsl Fltst" always at the head, to tow an o(Torjaivecaptlnn,bnt not so fto the benevolent and hu mane, who could sympathise la the Borrow, of olhere. Ro person are shocked at tir Indication of disease, land are thrown Into nervous excitement on wlnosslng a Urn oraoofln. Bach nr. to he pit If. We ehonld el war strive to look disease and th h" with calmness, ana especially oportnnlty for alleviating ilmn. Viewed In this Hgiit, me siivernse merits of 8. 8. Hum, of 108 rtaltlmore street, Baltimore, 114., noeseeee nrUIn Interest, tod those who know of any on. suffering from eplle psy, spasms, or Ala or any kind, ahould feel tt a pleasure to eat ont lilt advertisement, or In tome other way aend word t. the afllcted of the great val ue of hie remedial. They ean ba lent to any part of the ontrynymail. Price, $3 per box; Two t5; Tw...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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