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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 17 April 1857

A Story for Young Ladies. LOOKING FOR A DOMESTIC WIFE. BY KIT CARLYLE. 'I hardly Vnow winch I liko tliobest, Jo scpnioo Reynolds or Hottio Burke," nid yountf Benson to himself. "Josephine ii splendid looking girl, aquocn in erery move ment, and commands admiration wherever aha goes; but on tho other hand, Hottio is a little gem, and hits a swoet disposition ; lthotirrk. Borhans. Josephino has as good. Stoth can ahine in the parlor, and for ought I know, in tho kitchen also, as all farmer's daughters should bo able to do. Well, 111 call on tbom this Mon day aftorcrnoon, and endnnvor to decide then. It's washing day, I know, but so much the hotter timo to sound thorn on household duties; and as I am going out of town tho foro part of this week, it will bo a good ex cuse for calling now." . Goorgo Benson was a smart, intelligent voting man, poor, but engaged in a profita ble business, which bid fair to, in a few years, place him in independent circumstan cos. lie wished to marry, but 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. — 24 April 1857

i-i FREMON1V JOURNAL . . ', IS AC W.lJiCEtEIt, Proprietor. Th. JOURS At. In riublllhed .very Friday mnrnlnr.- rilYiee In the third story, Buckland'l Block rrcinont, Sandusky ownty, OhWv ' . ... ' 1 ,' .1 i , v jKfcNts b stTSHCRirttON. 'J t j On copy per yt-ar, III a .Ivan re, by mall ....... .fi.eS Paid within the ver ! After the .intrailcm of the yen!.......-...-.. ; Towniubicrlbcrs,ln advance 's'l ; BATF.H OF ADVERTISING. qrSnrw10linssOTlrs, rmolasertlon,.--".. ' do. Each additional Insertion do. Three months....- isj One-fonrlh column, ehange quarterly . Ty . . !. One-thlrd do. da. . - Jlnr-half whole , 4.'.,no 4,00 An . - . ' " ln . mJmi. onerear V ?TlE3w. hreec.llnfr msrrlaer-s, and Double col .rt lemenV, o - eh a men dnnl.lc the aliorc rate. "Td.erHn.Xnlrth. rocked with the number of InserUnnYorThoy will bo continued untllorder.dout and arr. accordingly. JOIJ PRHCT1HO, Of all kind nentlr and ajpedltlonely rxecutcd.and that too, t. ! satisfaction of our patrons. BLANKS, Of all ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 24 April 1857

The Canal Contract Bill. - Th "Bill mnking f rrrprltioiHi fur th Pubiio Work for 1837, hftt passed MJi tirtnuhnk of thi GMerl .AwnmMjr oJ is tmwiW It dispose of the cd con- toorsrsr la rwUtion to ths Coutrsct, h huom, units satisfactorily M could b xp)ted,ndrllcircumsUucoa. Though, our owt ttsri, o bsvo front the first tMa in faror of tho kfimitment of the con tract without parley with the gross fraud mob which they sro based, wo submit with M good a grc as possiblo to what scorns to be the next best tiling. Thcro has been from the first decided difference of opm m v if L ....1 ... C W imni uspDHwrns w .'.mL suouiu t the Lecrislnture. as to what disposition ! be made of these contracts: and whilo not disposed to yield our riows in this matter, ire hare not sought to force thorn upon others. The law provides: -" 1st. An appropriation for the construc tion, repairs, and expenses, on the canal, exclusive of section three) two hundred and orty thousand dollars; for incidentals, at torne...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 24 April 1857

Specif Notice?. Ir yon want a good nice Fence imW ya preaalee, go ta RleClElt V HA " rlrv era. aremeoureelerlng aw style, which 1 J, M mmd Claa. It la eaado In section, with o and threw nil, and ten be ktt u In luir th U - required M Valid a aamnron lem. Ye ( Baaant at THS1R FACTORY, tirt bid or raw Riraw. Tire Spring $8 the best time m ad tetM worth ofyowrplaoa, all they t. Thr " M .. hnltm end carpet tram lnJura' by il.ht- to w oihlot o "1 eonteri they Im part taring tlx warm weather They ton be had on short MUa. ty iMTtng your orders at tho Factory of April,""- W McOBt 4 RAYNE9. ST Xr. Roback'i Scandinauian Blood af.airra as At lest la 8wden, tho Ingredient of two KwAii that dislufef the blood of every onrrapt element, ihawaewaa fount. Dr. RoUck has combined them. Heof Mrs lb malt In hit iMWImMii Bl4 Pwriftr and Bld PUU. Tho; art striking tba faculty with law aunt, and causing thotuande of tho alck to rejnlee. In aaaes or Indigestion, Urar complaint, acrof ula, rheumatism, diarrh...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 24 April 1857

Poetry. Poetry. GIVE ME THE PEOPLE. v . rr-t ' im, the "ward enow; Rewe m mn ereatth, and try to wla U Tlx lxs m wy lwly be, nfsll the rol BiM glitters olV - Wan HnVed Va hard at be.ghty feettngT Wb.,rwVr MA, the nebler (old fa trath f ne.il, and manly dealing! . Yfc.a lot Oiees ewk, whose mln.li xrt weak, Mm fuhioa'i ssslls ed try tewln lii Th km to m my lowly st, S K thai Ms the fewf' W ' -. -j . A kwfy toof Mr tn oi -. The lowly fcwonopo mm , And tows, wboot hark U hard and dark, . . v;Md as fr.lt, end blo the rereatt There's worlk ai inn, 'Math garment poor. As s'er ore .loftier stations And mind aa just, as those, w trust, TfkoM elal It bat of wealth's ereatlewt Then hrt thwos seek, whoeenalnde are weak, Man fashion's swill., and try to win H ' TIM hoe, to me mar lowly bo, ' ' - ii 1 bat Uke the people la rrl - Agricultural and Domestic. Bread Making. Tho old tHodo of mking, bread is hv the w of yeast. The now mode is by the use snlerstus, soda and alum. Tho latter is coming' r...

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

ITIiEMOlST. JOURNAL- ISAAC MU KKFXi:iC, Proprietor. The JOURNAL IspuhlUbed every Friday morning. OSlo tn tM ttilr story, Utaok1iinl block rsenrorlt, SasKtaaky aonaty, Ohio. . TBHM8 or SUnsCRtPTTOJf. vrnoewmr, pr year, In advance, ny mall .. . Sl.fiO rain, wivun in year .... ......... .'" After Iti) esplratlon orthe year.. Townaubserlbers.ln advance 2,IM) RAT8B OF ADVKnTISlNa. OneSqaaralO lines (tries., nnelneertlnn,..,,..$'0,f'iO do. T.n-h additional Insertion n,2 do. Tliree months 11,00 do. flit months ..... IV.oo do, One yoer .- S.flO One-fonrth column, change quarterly, 1 roar... 10,00 'nne-tlilrii do. do. do ... t(l,O0 , One-half do.., , do. . do ... Sn.OO Whole do." do. do ... 46,00 nuetnea Tarda. 6 lines or less, one year ..... 6,00 lailfx Notices preceding marriages, and Doublo col inn Advertisements, to hi chared double ilia atmvarata. A4vrttsoments ahonld bo marked with the nuinhar of Insertions or they will bo continued until ordaredont and aaarf ad aocordliigly. JOB rntKT...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 1 May 1857

FROM KANSAS. The emigration to Kansas—General description the Territory—How the different Counties are settled—Best points to locate and secure Claims—Indian Reservations, and the Trust Lands that are be sold—Caution to Emigrants— The future of Kansas—Character of the population and country. Correspondence of the Chicago Tribune. L.AViftworvni City, K. T. ) April lth, 1857. f h is estimated that upwards of Ave hun-1 irti emigrants arrire in Kansas daily, nd oat of this number not mora than ten or twenty are from the South. Probably two third or fire-wights of tho emigrants stop at Kansas City and there atari out toward Lawrence, Topoka, and other central inland towns, while the other third comoa up to Leavenworth and aotUe in the northern part of the Territory. I propose to give to thoae desirous of coming ont here a general description of the various parts of Kansas, together with the best places for emigrants who are desirous of locating claims. From Wyandott at tho mouth of the K...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 1 May 1857

Special Notices. Ir yon want a good nice Fence mmni f oar aranl, go to KleOEB IIATNES, wh ar aianufaeturlng a nw tyl, wliloh I jvaaf , Dar Ml mnd Carap. It U raade In toctlonn, with two and thr nlli, ml au b Mt up la hilt th tln anally re required to build common ftae. Yo oaa ate aamplM at THEIR FACTORY, tut "in or ma Rjth. Tin? Spring ia the best time in th who! yer, to put BLIIWB four They add to th worth of your ple, ll thy tout. They pro- toot your fornltur and carpet from being Injured ty trout HrM, to aothlnf of tha eool eomfort they Im port daring th worm weather They ran be had on ihort aotloo, by leaving your orditrt at the Factory of April 24, 1857. ltf MeGKB k HAYNK3. Epilepty or Falling Fit.. X"e boiler wt cannot do oar reader a more Important Wrfta, than by ! calling their attention to that moat remarkable preparation dlacotered by Dr. Beth. 8. fiance, ting and earing that horrid rotation of man-Fpllepey, Falling Fit. In rooonrmendlng tlila preparation to oar ara placin...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 1 May 1857

Poetry. Of 6, kaensl noapel " rt ' " JhM). theutn oatl" thy presUra taacnowla1terl, witness the fbUoirlng from kidii Ingenious Imitator a Us. Byronlcr KoM a&l jr asoaaafotsa. whalatam. hoop mil onl TM tfcaaaasid aqalba ar taanahed at yo n YaJn, ITu eaarka tba worli la hit resistless errars, Bat eannot Vouch th hoops they laugh to senra Joke, punsters, elerg ymen, th press and all. '. Ana wM they die at hut, M die they ami, ', 1 will eabaeaoae they're goo. th appoints nrand Bran as th spheres who drela hi thrtr errors, tolling amid brother spheres In rival song, And, till their warn is ended In dark night, Cararwithoa4ronatliBjr-ped along Poetry. Agricultural and Domestic. Do Not Sow Your Seed too Early. " Tho seedsmen nro too often blamed, without cause, with soiling old and worth less seeds. Seeds sown whilo tho ground is wei and cold, will often rot in the ground ; or perhaps a few warm days comes, directly aftor sowing, the germ starts; then comes a bard frost followed by a s...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 8 May 1857

vFIUMONT: JOUItNAL ' IltAC !.. UCBLEB, Proprietor. Th JOURNAL lspntilla)i.t awry FrMar mnnlni-OfHoir-n tli. third dry, ftudtlanil'l Biota Fremont. ' MHtltv. IlliUa ' . TRHM9 O? STTBflORTPTrOIf. 1 One enpy, r In advanoe, hy mail 11 ,50 aValdwiUiin the Tour . 00 After tho expiration ortheyer .4. t,Mt Tawn subacr.bera,.a advanea W4.... l.Tt " RATKfl OF ADVRRTI9IWO. Omflqnare 10Hn(iiorlK(oninprtion...to,f;o , Jo. F.rh addltlnnal Insertion 0,2ft ,. do. Three months. J,oo . o. Pit mmitha ...,..... ... 6,00 do. On your a, 00 One-0irth eolnmn. change quarterly. 1 year.. . 16,00 One-third do. do. f , do ... 2u,no On a-hair "'do. do. do , fi;i,oo Whole do. do. do . 46 00 ftntlne Cards. 6 ttnei or less, one year ..... ( 00 .tadfd Vol lee fireredlnff marring., and I -0,1 Lie enl ran Advertisements, to he eharrfed -louhle the above rate. Advertisements should b rofirk.'d with the number of inHftmnB nr mvj win oeconuauea tint. I ordered out and hrged accordingly. ' ' ' JOB PIUNTINO, Of aM kinds n...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 8 May 1857

Military Honors to Col. Fremont. Th Tnkolt Gurd.-(, popular infantry iwwpMy of NW York, firniwl the. residence tf Col, Frtmonl, Jo Ninth rtfoot. Tbe Herald, gives tho following Recount of the pnxwwti.ng" which endued : . "Col. Frsmont had ltd notice of the for mal risit eontomplatod by tho Talcott Guard and tho guests. One or two visitors dropped in, apparently to etamine the intr rting work in which Mr. Fremont ii now apparently . absorbed. Of thcuo was the lion. F. P. Blair, of St. Louia, to lnU-ly Identified with the new political movement for froe labor in Missouri. ' Ho had boon on of Col Doniphan's expedition to New Mexico, and was apparently much interested in the progros of Col. Fremont's artistic preparations for tho press. . The Taloott OuarJ, with Sliolton's Atnor icsa Brass Band, arrived before tho house bout four P. M. They drew up, snlutcd, ml upon the appearance of Col. Fremont, who came to the door, went through a por tion of the manual. Col. F. greeted Cap tain Hopp...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 8 May 1857

Ik you want a good nice Fence liwii swat r'IWiil FleGflE eV IIAYNEft, who an aaeaanKtarlng a ae style, which Is jYtal, Oar aJe mI Vaaa. It U made In sections, with two nd three milt, and eaa be set np In hIf th. time nsnally re rsqutred ta bntld a common hitM Ton eaa fee samples at TMEIB FACTORY, East Bin rtr Ths Rivbb. The Spring is the best time in the whole year, sal BLINDS n ear nut. The; add to th worth of jour place, U they tout. They pro tect yoar furniture an eerpeta from being. Injured by troni llrbt, to say nothing of th ool comfort thev Im part daring tlx warn weather The ean bo had en ihort J notice, y leavtitf your orders at tna rectory of April 34, IBM. 13tf IfcOEE J UAYNES. EpUepty or Palling Fits. Wo believ. wo oannot do oar readers a mora ImpotUnt ervfee, than by afala eaUlr.( their attention ta that moat remarkable preparation discovered by Dr. Both. S. Hence, of Baltlraora Hd,, hloh possesses the power of allot la ling and or., that horrid visitation of van Epilep...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 8 May 1857

Poetry. From the Knickerbocker. THE EASTERLY WIND. BY THOMAS MACKELLER. I. 1 trA tre bleak wln . fix heart-cutting wlmlt ; - . Tt Me-wa from ihe aunrislng quarter, . ' t And sweep, 0r the land . With adbl-dfwllnV ' ; And Bttilto truk-wafra bf slaughter. II. yfT-xy.1 ' fhl auls.oftrl. .( " , , , ' ''' Qros fevered and quiok, , And Ihe time .fills parting draws eew, ,";.,.;. AaVseTle tKln The .term and the wlnfl, "v .' jaititmtpt tMfn are ! " III. . I . . Llka aniekarlnsflaai., ' " 1 Ortba tTOToloria leafof theaapeil; " " Feals the change of an hour, , J And, enilt by Its power, v j TIM Victim la helping ud gasping IV. Tha sturdy ana elrong, ' , , r ' Who think to llTt long, 'And arell of delight Yilliily shcrlsh, . Turning mortally pala In the oUonougftle,, ' Ukt fHt-bltton flowers toon perleb. . ' ' ' V. Oh! t drawl that bleak wind, ' That deadly east wlttdl It rob! ma of friend and of neighbor: They Ml to the ground t , Kra rovimer comes rouad, . .., And lonely I'm krtlu my labor, ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 15 May 1857

FREMONT JOURNAL. ISAAC m. HEELER, Proprietor. tha lotrRWAL Ispanllsh.o' orrrj FrMur ranrnlnt:. Oim lath, third utorj, Bnokland'a Block framoDt, kand.sk. aoaatj, Ohio. tkrms or srnscRrrrioir. On enpr. par yr 1 adrnnca, by mall ..... ...1,S0 ... 2.00 ... ,M ... 1,7 Paid wilhln th. vfar rwr 111. a.plraiion of Mi jar... ,' Towasubacrlbr.,ln adranc. ..... 1 with RATSS OF ADVRRTISIWO. Ooaflquarn 10 llnr-a ftr lass, rma lnaaTtlon,.....tO,M do. Each additional Insertion 9.M 4o. Tlir. manth... ........ . S.00 , do. Six montha . 0.00 , on. On. r-ar...... ",'"V ... V1 t)na-fotirtholumn,haoi qnartarlr, 1 T.ar... ls.00 Ona-thlrd do. do- Jo ... ao.nO 'Ona-half do. 3 SMS Whola do- . " Bo.ln. Oarda, U" n Las, on ymr 4,00 ttwulrt Nntln.a prwadlna; marriafrea, and Double ftnl- ron Ad wtl.am.nta, to he chared doohle the ahore rate. Advertisement .hmild he marked with thennmhernf Inaertlone or thej will be continued nntll ordered out and enlarged accordingly. f JOB PMrTTtKO, Of all Vlnrla neatlr and ep...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 15 May 1857

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. TXi.it AN ACT To trolcl Fish id FiAeric. - t ' fitotiow 1. Be a enacted by the General Atstmbf of the State of Ohio, That it aball ba inlawful for any person or preoM to put fa or kp np any autionary nsa pound, fUh tuiryts, or tUh net, or to um any mean, bUn. or dvic whalerer. to prevent the transit of fish In th water of any naviga te or rrvar. or within th water of any Uka at a lata ditrtaac. from tha mouth of och bay or riw than sixty rods: Provided that aotniag horch contained (hall ba con atniad to provost persons (root putting in any iuch pound, amn or net, for tha pur poM of catching (LA in any bay at a placr whera tha aama i not leas than tiro mile wide: Provided said ponnd, soine, or net, shall not extend into said bav mora than one handred rods from the shoro thereof. 8o. 2. That if any person or persons hall hereafter set, put in, or keep up any fish pounds fish toino or fish not, or shall use any moans, plan or service to prevent the...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 15 May 1857

' Special Notices. If you want a gwxl nice Fence around your premises, go to menflE AY. ItAlrNE", whs r manufaotnrlng a m style, whit In faf, Ir akis nU Caree. It U made in eacMer-a, with two and three nils, and can bt wl ap In haTTths ejaas usually n reqnlred to walli a coMmnn fence. Yea sen see seroplrt at TBCTO FACTORY, Iaut Sira-or m Rirem. Tfas. taring is the best time in the whole year, to ewt Kt.llWS aa feetr tt. They 'add to the worth oYyoer plaee, all they eost. They pro et ?ttt fumltan and mraata from being Injured by ltfhng Hght.to'iKy Bathing of ths eool comfort they Im part taring the warm weather They can be had on short aetlce, by tearing your ardera at the Factory of April, ISC'. 13tf UeOEK k HATNK3. Epilepsy or Falling Fit.. believe wa cannot do oaf readers a mora Important werrtoe, than by again sailing their attention to that moat of Baltimore Md., which posse.eea tha power of allevia ting and caring that horrid Tieltatlon of man Epilepsy, 'or Falling Fita. In rec...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 15 May 1857

Poetry. Poetry. SPRING. Tt fcilowlnir, V " Tboiaa Hood, buteo lalthMtyKrtrrth present prln! Com fill' Sarin! tn artal MiMaa MMl Obi Taonvpiian, told of rhyme at lull aa reaaon, Cow aortla! thoa thnl foot human aatar bumf iffa4t.'Baon.- Tha aprln(1 I shrink and thsiMtr at her naanet Tar why. I Ind hr breath a Mttt Wl;htrl A mlNr from ktr Mw M IT tlMT uu fm Spring th fighter. ' Bat fcralee. thn.l bardy oetlnf. A4 b br UaefM laureate end npholdara, IThoda aotfe.1 a If they had a Spring Found doa their shoulder. (l f ... . - otban eulofle h Ion) thmrm) ' t j - From aw tby eannot win a slngl . I I knew bmt bloam are la full blow and o'l Th tnflamta. -DarMwallpa, aioeka.andmilaiorthaTala, Bar honey blossom that yon hear tha btaa , i Htie daffodils, sad rlDaropel, At thing I mm at) lair la tha rarnal saarter of th yearl And fairies ly budding and It blowing , Bnt )uit acppoM aonaonipUon't aaada appaar With sthar sowing.) rT na, I Ind, when aaatara wlnda ar fclf h, '' Afrlgtd,aotagnlalinenl...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 22 May 1857

-FUKMONT JOURNAL , 14 AC 71' UEELEB, rroprlcto., Te JortRH M. IsnrtMlshed avert Fflrln nlnrnlhe;. OMmu-Ik tli third story, nacklen'ii'l Block Krvraont, Hendarky connty, Ohio. . . . TBBM3 OF RUDSCRIPTIOKr One oopy, per year, tn advance, ly mall . Falil within l i ...I1.S0 - .... a,ix) .... 2,M .... 1,7a r.T T mm winiui hiit i 'Hi .......... .. After the eatilreUon urtlip tr...... . Town subscribers, th advance ......... .- ' 69ijirt JO lim a it les a lnerlnn,..4. ,0,r. do. Earn anuumnai neernin. v,. do. , Tlireemontaa. ..... 8,00 do. Hia months. -- .....MO " do. Onajroar. ........-..--" "-t" Ono-fimrthooldmn,elieDgeqnattrly, 1 year.., U,0O One-third do. J". do ... 80,00 oiwhait y.. .'; f "21 !',''!2 Whole ' do. ' . . J."0 Hulnp rare, lines or 1pm, nn year MO Leairfl Notices pee-eertlng nurrlairfs, and Pnnhte rot- mil Advertisements, tn he chare-eil iloonlrtltc shove rate. Advertisements should ho marked" with the number of Insertions or they will bo continued until ordered out and ba...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 22 May 1857

From Utah. The tfw York 2W hut letter from Grout Salt LW City, Mnrch ih, detailing frah oatmgM and Mtraorilinary Court prwswding in tlio kingdom of Brigham Young. Tbo writer wtys I Tha tT. S. District Court for Utah tvm- wnofd it snwion on Monday, tho Oth of February, JudffO Stiloa, a soeofling Mormon, cccnpvinct thYbencli. The U. 8. District Attorney fo llosr-a Stout, an apoinloe, cf j eonrae, of tlio uovcrtunoni at wninuimi, and a noted mnmtar of tho Dnniio Bnnd, Upon tha opening of tho court bo rose nnd I neled, ai there wero no cases to bo present ed worthy of ita notice! Thus, by ono at roles of masterly policy, ndministornd by an officer of tho law and in tho namo of its majftaty, wora covered up a long catalogue of honooua offonccs, including murders, robberies, and arsons which had boon com mitted ainco tho last nrocodinff tono of tha Court. A Petit Jury was thon sumon d and sworn, but every imaginable imped iment that could bo thrown in thoir way to obstruct the current of ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 22 May 1857

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