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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 March 1860

FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC SI. HCELF.lt, Proprietor. Th JOURNAL l.publl.hed every Friday morning Onlce Inthe third itnry, Buckland'a Block Fremont, Haadoaky ountyt Ohio. ' 1 TRRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Onl copy, per year, ' advance, by mil Sl,IM Pld within the year J."" After the eaptretlon of the year ?' Townebcrtbcr,ln advance ........ l,o RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Square inline. nHe, nnelnnertlon, S0,0 do. Each additional insertion , no. Three month! . 0. (tlx month! f,00 do. OdfriM One-fnnrthenliimn.changequarterly, ''"-'J' Ow-thl do. do. do ." One-hall do. do. do -..."0 Whol. do. do. do .... n i r,.-.. lla.,iirlMt.Mimr... o.uo i j.j ,r nveeedlne- marriage., and Double cnt- j.i..n..nt to he charged double the above rate. Artv.rtle.nent..hnnldb. marked wilh tli. nomhr of lnaertlon. or they will be oontlnued nnlilordered oat nd tiergej eooorwlog'y. JOB PRINTING, Of ell kind, n.atlv and expedltlou.ly ev.ecated,an U too, to the foil aattafactlon or our patrone. PLANKS, Of all dl.erlptlonak.pt...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 March 1860

rtiuontlflurnal FREAIONT: OHIO. tSAAO m. KBX.X.SS,, Bditor. Friday, March 2, 1S60. 1000 Subscribers Wanted! ONLY ONE DOLLAR. Subscribe for the Fremont Journal. Subscribe for the Freniont Journal. Subscribe for the Fremont Journal. Subscribe for the Fremont Journal. Tot th. parpoM of Increasing th. eircnlat'OB of the Fremont Journal, Wo mtike tho following magnificent offer: ONLY ONE DOLLAR 1 Will bo chargod for the Frsmont Journal from tin's dnto until after tho Presidential Election, which takes place on the First Tuesday (6th) of November a period of nine months. Will not our friends In the country do a little work for us, by each one seeing his neighbor and soliciting him to subscribe ! If each one will get an additional subscrib er, it would make our weekly edition about 1500 copies. Tho money in all cases to be Bent in with tho names, to avail themselves of this offur. Every person sending us ton names and ten dollars shall receive a copy gratis. Now is the time to Subscribe! S...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 March 1860

Special Notices. 'See Advertisement of Dr. Sanlord'a Inrlgnrator nd Family Cathartic Pilln In anothe r column. 87yl Nattt IB TH (RAT PhtsioiaH. Thli l now admit ted hy the medical prnfe union, M fundamental principle of healing science. It I" wisely prnyided by the human economy, tint ibtinn anything Is wrong in tin phys ical system, the natural force or the body Are brought to ,ber to etpel the disease. The greet elm, therefore, l o trengthen the natural poweri. Thli has been kept In Ylew hy the ekllirnl compounders of Or. J. HOSTKTTKIVS BITTERS which operate to gita freeh t itelitjr to all the organe of the body. The effect of thle medicine ntn the stomach, the liter and the kidney, are prompt and decisive. The patient who U wlee enough to quit drug ging and try the BiTTCTts, noon feels ae If he had taken a new lease of life, and ae he continues the nee of the ar ticle he la overjoyed to And ties itreama of health coura Ing through hie frame. lt all from whnce cheek the bl.oro has...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 March 1860

Fremont Journal. THE WHISTLER'S TUNE. up per ni over, tha boy went out, He p.Mori thro' the yard and over the ty1e. ' The Mr dog harked aa ha went along by. And fnllMred him nearly . mile. And he eat him down on a hickory log t And whlatlrd a lively tune, thin bo, Which took the ear of the harking- dog, And ba wapged lita tall for Joy I Tba beetle .topped rrrno pinching the fly, Tlit toad In tats hole Hood still, And tha tom tit heard with a tear In lilt eye, And a Aching worm in bin hill; And the pram-hopper until, "I know that air, Bat I ennnot whistle It io The tuna af the man within hair eft hil head, Where hair erer enght to grow." A Bit of Cookery. From Life Illustrated. BY LAURA ELMER. Conks nnd cookery must ho cominsr. into favor, if we may judo hy ihe look. hand omoly enough got tip to lio upon a pnrlr table, recently pullihed hy Apple-ton $z Co., cnlilled "Brr8kfitt, Dinner nnd Ten." Although tin's book is full of excellent ad vice, receipts, etc., it yet lack ono tiling w...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 March 1860

FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC n. KECLCIt, Proprietor. Th. JOUP.NAt, lapnhllshed .vert Frldar mnrnln.. Offlca Inthe third story, Buokland'a Block rrmnont, Sandu.ky enanty, Ohio. r TERMS OF 8U09CRIPTIOK. One eonv. ner ,r.lg ulTUM. by mall P.td within the .ear Arter jplmtloa of th. ya Town iubauritxr, in a'Wsnee ...... ..... ,M 1,7 RATES Or ADVERTISING. O.e "niiarw In lllMin lea., on Insertion 10, J do. , Rarh additional InaarUoB . do. Thremoifh... . Jo. 8I month . do. One year .- tWfoorth oolnnm, change quarterly, 1 year.. . 1J.00 On-tlilrd do. do. do One-half do. do. ... Whol. do. do. 4J Roslnes Cards, llnea or lese, ana year......... t,00 MM Notices preceding marrl.ae and Ilnnhia eel , . -... u ha eharaed donble th. above raw, M..rtlnnUhnildla marked with the number of Insertions or they will be oontioned until ordered out and harrd aeaordlngly ; JOB PR1NTIN0, Of all kinds neatly and expeditiously eiecuted.and that too, to the roll .allaiaonon oi onr pavrone, DLANK8. Of all dlaerlntlona kep...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 March 1860

In ttie hunt. As it was thoiijjlit nil persons, nnd mor epcmly children, wht'ti lost, would Boon breomo wild or partially de rngdd, aud would liido or floe od hearing their twines culled, or the sound of a horn or voicfl, tlxy thought it ndriaabla to form two extcntiro winy st some distance apart, to penotraM the wililurnoss in perfect order, And mpet at tome given point, then circling in .mallor and mallnr com pans till tliey would all come together in the centre, that if he wa oncirulod ho could not escape.. This, no doubt, was a rational plnn, but un successful. Many persona in the hunt im agined they had seen under logs, or in thickets, whore the child might have beded in leaves, tc, yet no certain trace could be found. The pursuit was continued daily and unremittingly till the 20th of Decem ber, when some gave out from fatigue, and their places were supplied by others. Such wa tho anxiety of all to afford some relief to the almost distractod parents. If they could find tho dead...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 March 1860

Special Notices. I.Tf Bee Advertisement cf Dr. Senforrt'i Invtgorator end ramlly Cathartic Pills in Mother eolamn. 8Tyl NaTOIIITHUR1AT I'HTIiruft. This la now admit ted by the medleal profession, as fundamental principle of healing science. It Is wisely profited by the hnman economy, that whenever anything la wrnne; In tlif rht leal system, the, natural forces of tha body ar brought to baat to eipel the disease. The great aim, therefore, la U trsng'.hen tha natnral powers. Tlila ha been kept In view by tha skillful eowipo.fiovirs of Rr. 3. IIORTF.TTF.lrs BITTERS which operate to gtvw fresh vitality to all tha rgaof tha body. Tha effect of thla medicine upon thaatnanrli.MH) liver and the kidneys, ar prompt and d.cl.lve. The patient who la wise enough to quit drug ging and try less BTTTWrn, anon feels aa If he had taken a tjew leaaa ot fire, and aa he continues the nae of tha ar ticle he la overjoyed nod tha streams of health oours tng tkrovgb aria frees. Il all from whnea eheek the j...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 March 1860

Fremont Journal. Fremont Journal. LAUGHTER. Olil who ceo estlm.te the worth Of sunny-frod and dimpled mirth! ; Bow dolate would I II" earth If It were not for langhterl Of ell the cures by man possessed, To oneer the heart hy rl'f oppressed, Ther.'. none lias power, It it confessed, T liftt can compare to laughter. 8n, for each sorrow ye endure, I'oIpm 50 nourish It, bosurs . Ye bare at hand an eafiy cnr; 11a! oaI 'til only langhtr1 'Tl good for yonng, 'tis good tor old) It ia more precious Air than (old; Then laugh as longes you can bold Hurrah for jolly lauehtert Origin of Slavery. Mr. Bancroft, in U10 first volume of bis history of the United Slate, civoa an ac count of tlio early traffic of the Europeans in slaves. In the raiddlo ages the Vene tians purchased white- men, Christians and others, and sold them to the Saracens in fiir-ilr and finnin. In bntrland, tUO AnfJIC- Saxon nobility sold their servants as slaves to foreigners. Tbo Portuguese first import ed negro slaves from ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 March 1860

FRKMONT JOURNAL ISAAC H. KEELEIt, Proprietor. Bueklaod'e Blook Fremont, Olrlre in the third story, 8anlueaTeountj,umn. ... TERMS OF SUBHCBIPTIOrf. One ennr, per year, In " b "" Paid wltJiln the year "I"".., Afler the eaniratlun of the r Town aubscrlbere.ln advance n.TKfl 0 ADVKRTISINfl. One nnare-lo line, or leas, one Insertion,., do Karl, n.l.tlllnnal lnertlon Three mnnlha.. Pis month! do, do, do. One year j".V." "l Veer One-fnnrth colurnn.cfcanr- -lrt'J'. ,1w-One-third do. fl r do. do . Cards, "T '"" i"' Vl' .. n.o .. . .. 1,7 ..n,nO ... 0,'2S ... ,00 ... n,nO ... ,00 16,00 ao.oo 4n.no 46,00 6,00 One-half Whnta Hualnee Cards, 0 line" ' ,'"" ', n. enl- Notice. nrec.ltnj mjt n " ,,. mn Advertisements, in ""- , h n1imher of eharged accordingly. JOn WINTlrlO, , .. th.t Ofall kind. neatly and .,nenltlnn.lyeated,and that too, to the full satisfaction of our patrona. BLANKS, hand, or will n F"" - Fremont namw. Of all .llacrlptlnns kept en iwo hour notice Kditnrand Proprietor nit. I". "'"...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 March 1860

Father of nil morcios, for His prelecting providence, and tlioir daily supplications and thanksgivings were never rcmitcd dur ing thoirlivos, which continued till they hud rniitcd a promising family, find accumulated ft handsome property to lenve them as a memento of parental affection. Such n molher would Dot have thrown ber children to wild beasts, if she hod known that that, and no other way, would save her own life, but would have perished with them. Who can hold in too high estimation a mother's love t and who has over paid bor for all her caret and sorrows !' SNAKES. In recounting the hair-breadth escapes of tho early settles from tlio rapacity of the wild beasts which then infested our forests, it may not be out of place to give some ac count of Iho snake, and I am again indebtod to Dr. Brniuard's manuscript for what fol lows : "That most loathsome, linking, and de- testable of all tho boasts of our world, whoso form was assumed by the adversary of the humnn race, to mar or t...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 March 1860

wa hold is the principle of the Homestead bill; and wo demand, also, that tlioro alinll be protection to Northern labor against tlio pauper labor of Europe. Tlieao aro the only ineturc9 of the Republican party. Mr. Wado closed by referring to I tie frco negroes of tho country, who, ho said, wcro tho victims of deep rooted prejudice, so doep as to mfiko it apparent tho two races could not inhabit the samo place. Many States were now trying to drive them out. Ho thought this Government owed it to justice and to themselves to provide somo means whereby tins unlortunaio class might emigrate to somo congenial climate, where nil their faculties would bo developed. There wore such countries in Central Amer ica, where climate nnd soil are alike suilod to them, and where place could be obtain ed for thorn. Ho would not do thorn an injustice, or in any way compel them to do Anything against their interests, but ho lioped lhi principle would bo engrafted on the Republican plnlform, and then we...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 March 1860

Fremont Journal. Fremont Journal. SAMMEDARY, O! Th. tmnt tn of Got. Mrdarr has arnoard tli Indljr Hon nt the Kanslsa nnw. Th. "Smillne; Gopher" thna administer, poetical justice In th. VTjandutt. Chief, Pldat eer hear In dars agon., Some partisan relat The trlrss nf 9hm Democracy, tn the old Ourkrve Staler Of pWle Jnl and "qnipl-qulrea," Borne twenty yearn atn, When Pi Inc. of the "Unterrlfled," Wil SammMarr, Of Waa Snmmr-darr. 0, Wu Sum Mrdarr, 0. When Prince nf the "I'nt.rrlfled," Was Samroedare, 0. And hareyne heard of Prmhloa, In Minnesota's wild. Where breeeh-etout Democrat aboand. And poll-bonks are defiled. That dough-face tawils a Congressmen, To Washington may go! Sach waa the clever handiwork Of Sammedary, 0. Be did hi. work an faithfully, That atralKhtwar he waa aent To regulate tha Canaaa bora, By Buck, the President. But here, alal he failed, and up. Salt River he must go The Attest place on top of warth. Tor Sammedary, o. The Voice of Ohio. Translated from the Cincinna...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 March 1860

FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC M. KEELEIl. Proprietor. Tin JOCRSAL Is punished every Friday mornln.. 021-1 "ih. .third -tor, B.c.land'. Bloob-if-ont, Sandusky county, Ohio. TBKM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One enpv, pe r year, In advance, 1 mail 1,M raid within the year '.- Afterth.Mplrallonnfth.ro" V Towneubscrlbers.lnadvanc. ' RATES Or ADVERTISING. OoeSqnare-IOIIne. nr less, one Insertion, in,50 no. Fach additional insertion 0, do. Three months do. HI montln J On.-rnnrthcoli.ron,ch'ang;V.art.rlj-, 1 year... lt.,00 On.-thlrd do. " One-half do. Whole . nn Rnslnes Cards, 8 ne s or less, ne iwr. ....... KlTv"tl";nr.CTdln marriages, and Double eol-mrAdrrtl-mnta, tn he charged double th above rat. TtrHin . should be marked with thenunib.ro Insertion-"or they will be continued unlllorderedout.nd harged accordingly. JOB PRINTINO, Of all kinds neatly and e,pcdltlnnslyecuted,and that too, to the full satisfaction of our patrooa. BLANKS, Of .11 discretion. Vent on hand, or will he printed on a do do do 20,00 2...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 March 1860

tire band of Indians wore killed, and Col. Ball' Victory comploto. Ever after this af fair the Indians were cautious about en countering mail carriers on horse-back." A RACE FOR LIFE. I find the following incident narrated in the manuscript of Dr. Biainflrd : "It chanced one day that three men re turning from a distant sottlorrwnt on the cast, when they bad arrived within half a mile of the Fort, espiod about a dozon In dians armed with rifles, some forty rods to their left, and about the same distance from the Fort. Though themselves armed each with a musket, to stand a fight with so many seemed out of the question, and it was resolved to make (or the Fort with all the speed possible, and if the foe should ad vance wituin mir musket shot to wneei ami fire, then as they would have no time to re-load depend upon their legs for safety. The plan was no soonor determined than the Indians raised the yell, and sprung for their prey. Not being wearied like the white men with a long march, ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 March 1860

Special Notices. T?" A'lrsrtlsi-m.nt of Dr. Sanlord'l Invlgnrator and Family Cathartto l'llls Id anotlm column. 27yl Persons amictfd with tlio Fever and Ague should not pure either time, trouble or nns, to procure Dr. lloe tkttkr'b CRLKnRATKD Dittkrs, whns. beneflwint eftVcU upon the human eyntem hue been clearly proved to tboee who havo been stricken down In a short rco of time bjr this dreaiHnl ram, whole cheeks are wan and me re, and whose nights are sleepless and restless, and whose eyes are. dim and sunken, with death staring them In the face, this compound mnst prove a blessing; snatching them as It were, from the very mouth of the grave. None can know He true value nntll they have tested It. When all others hnve failed, these bitters have restored the euf frera to nrlstlne health. Their popularity In all the Western and Southern parts should Introduce them to all , families. 8old by druggists and dealers generally, everywhere. Be advertisement In another column. 10w4 J " dTeI...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 March 1860

Fremont Journal. Freedom. BY GEORGE W. REED. MetaoufM I , along tbt Bounding there. The Genlaa Of Amirict; ah. Itood Llkt Pal lee with bet Xfrla, looking o'er, Stem eyed end vigilant, the briny flood That broke tod .preyed her eendile. Ho f" eta. tried, "With Toie. of nighty Tolome, dorp tod load, Like pent-np thunder tpeaking from clonal "Ye nnjeet nation. the ether tide, Groaning beneath the Mt.re of my toe Old Tyranny, U In yoor heerta glow Or light, a lingering apark of Liberty Olinimat amid tba aehee, faint and low, Coma o'ar tha dat p, ft wart your rlghta and be, la tbla my choaan eeat, what God dealgned ye Free I" Speech the Immortal Blake, of Jefferson Co., the Prominent Leader of the Democratic Party in Kansas, upon a Hill to Prohibit Slavery in Kansas- Made in the House of Representatives, January 31st, 1860. Ma. Spiakkr: I m iorry that tlii farce have cot into this House. It ar a farce. I consider it nutliiu but a farce. This bill have been got up to drive tome on us to t...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 March 1860

FREMONT JOURNAL. ISAAC n. KEELEU, Proprietor Th .rO'.IRNAI. IspuMlshoii arar.T Friday morning. Omr lntha third itorjr, Uuokland'I Blook Fnmotlt, 8aaduskjr oonnty, Ohio. TERMS 0 SUBSCRIPTION. On. sopr, V" T'i ,n l'n!p bJ mM Paid within th. year AlVr th ssplratlon or tli. jsar S,JO Townsubacribors.inadyanca . 1,7 RATES OF ADVERTISING. OnaSquar 10 linn or l.ss, one Insertion, $0,B0 do. Kirn additional Insertion 0,25 do. Thn. months...... 8,00 do. RU months ..(,00 do. On year .0 On-fonrtheoliimn, change qnarUrljr.l JMt... ln.00 On.-thlrd do. do. do ...20,00 Ono-balf do. do. do ... 2J, Whole do. do. do ... 4fi,00 TJ...1 . (-.wl. A 11. OT (III YfiKT 6.00 Leaded Notlros preceding marriatres. and Pouble eol 1 iloiihlp the alKye rate. Advertisements should he marked with the number of Insertions or they will be contlnaea until orueruouiuu charged accordingly. JOU PRINTINO. Ofalt kinds neatly and ep"dltlnii.l.yeTeciito:, and that too, to the Tull satisfaction of our pairou.. BLANKS, Of alt di...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 March 1860

lie nlso tiuifllit school. I livo seen Tiim diT-ol in coat nnd psriU of bulTor smokd , dressed docrt.li in. Next to' him, I think,! enme four Into nd lamotiUkl Dr. Dnniol "'Tlrftinnrd. Tho pmctioo of medicine wm thon extremely arduous and trvintr. Doo-!37Ac tor Iirainard was for years tho leading; physician in the western part of Ohio, practice required liiin to visit tho sick i Hi practice required In in to visit tlio sick as tnr Kast as Ucllovue; est to l'oriago M,ivcr, and South to Fort Soueea. The modern practitioner of medicino would bo appalled ! at what ho promptly porformed. Think of a rido on horseback to Fort Seneca, in a dark night; over streams with no bridges, and no rond savo a winding wagon trail through a donso forest; or a similar visit to Bollevue, or Portage River. Tho first regular preaelrer who lifted his Toice to proclaim the Gospel in our town, was the llev. Joseph Badger; a Presbyteri an missionary. I cannot lenrn the dato of bis arrival, but Mrs. Scrsnton sa...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 March 1860

Special Notices. tT" 8n Adnrtlsement of Dr. ganlord'e Inrlgorator nd Family Cathartic Pllla In another wlimi. Vtfl Persons afflicted with tha Ferer and Agu, ahould not spsra either time, tronula or expense, to procure Ir. Hoa tittku'i Crlkrratrd Birrsaa, whoee beneficent r ItVcts upon Mia hnman system hal been dearly proved to tlioae who hara been stricken down In ft short apace of time by thte drcadM eurse, whose cheek are wan and meagre, and whoso nights are sloepleaa and restless, and whOM ayeaare dim and annkan, with death (taring them In Ihe face, thla compound must proTO a blessing; snatching them as It were, from the very month of the grave. None can know Ita true yaloe until they hare tested It. When all othera have failed, these bitters hare restored thesuf frera to erlstlne health. Their popularity tn all the Western and Southern parte ahould Introduce them to all I familiea. Sold by druggist and dealera generally, everywhere. Bee advertisement In another column. 10w4 RELI...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 March 1860

Fremont Journal. The Independent on Presidential Candidates. Tho Independent of this week closes n article entitled '"Partie and Candidates" will) the following remarks: "Judge Botes bus been commended in iomn quartern with an unwise activity and pertinacity, while in other quarter the pro posal of his name has been rejected and de nounced for reasons which seem to avor more of party spirit and party policy than of simple patriotism. We do not at all believe that Judire Bates will receive the nomination at Chicago for the office of President; nor do we, on the whole, desire tbnt be should be thus nominated. Wo are, thereforo, the more free to say tliRt wo know htm personally, as well as by Ms public, reputation ; and that there is no bet ter man than he none to whoso roligious fidelity, and fnr-siKhted patriotism, and manly independence of spirit, tho great trust of tho Presidency could be more safely committed. To us the objection that ho was not a member of the Republican party in...

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