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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 17 August 1860

Special 'fofices. Health t Health t Use Old Dr. Dellenbsugh'i Celebrated OKRMAN I M P H O V K D Sugmr Crated, AnU-KMimt Liver and Httttd PiUt, warranted pnreljr vafetabl.. Th. but Family Pill ow before the public Price 26 Vlt fir Hot. yn. Dillvnbaou! Cleveland, Proprietor. For Bale by 0. R. M'CULLOCH, Fremont Fremont, April 2Ui, 180. lM. A CAKI. Dr. Johw D. Rich, would respectfully n- tananee Mat tie bfti resumed the practice of Medicine and Borirery. Dnrlnjhisebeencehe hu enjoyed unsurpassed raelllUea, both Oollese nd Hospital, lo the City of Phluv SelahVa; and la the New York Eye Infirmary. Office, as formerly. April . IMP. A CARD. The, subscriber, ft practical Chemlatand Manufacturer of Chemical Preparation, Fnnth Comma, Fiat P erfumet, ee., for the pant eeven. toi yearsi now offers (rree of charge) to all who dealre It, tlwReceipe and directions formakinR.slinple Vegetable Halm, that will. In from two to eight dare, romov. Plra plei, Blotches, T.a, Freeklet, Bsltowness, and all ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 17 August 1860

Fremont Journal. Republican Demonstration at Rochester. Mr. CotckJo ipokt to a Masa Meeting in Rocbestor, N. Y., on the Avening of tha SJ, and from the Amirkan, we make the following extracts: i "Mr. Gorode nij it wa thirty-two year inco he had been here. Thirty two years go he lived and laborod in Rochester. He had boon around looking for the houses in which he once lived, and found the city so much improved that he couldn't recognize the places where they stood. lie purposed to talk of the corruptions of the demooratie Administration. "Mr. Covode then went on to give a de scription of the means need to corrupt Con gress. General Burns, of Ohio, went first bought by the promise of a marshalship, ad then by a restoration of his son to the rcetoffice at Keokuk, Iowa. Mr. Cox, of the same State, went to ruin next bought by something: else. The history of Mr. Covodo's investigation showed that the ob ject was accomplished not only by moans of ofllco, but by direct paymonts of money. Ho...

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 August 1860

JfnnwntiflunraL FEMONT: OHIO. XSAAO Xft. HHULUR, Editor. Clyde Meeting. We neglected to Dotice tha large, enthu siastic meeting of iho Republicans of Clydo hold on Friday evening, the 10th inst. Tlio Wigwnm was crowded to its fullest ca pacity (over COO) with farmers and mechan ic, nnd their wives and daughters. Tho Wido-A wakes wero out in full force. The audienco was first addressed in a short, but lucid nnd eloquent speech, by W. II. Rey nolds, Esq., of Clyde. He was followed by II. W. Winslow, Esq., of Bollovue, in n forciblo and convincing speech. All who Tieard him on that occasion speak of his ef fort in tho highest praise. Mr. V. has spo ken atsoveral plnccain this county, and also in Seneca county, during tho past few weeks, and hit labors wo believe will prove of much benefit. Mr. Winslow has consented to address the Republicans of this town, due notice of which will bo given. Pole Raising and Meeting. The Republicans of Townsend erected n licnutiful polo at tho Pickel Str...

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 August 1860

v.: j t , . ,; -, -t 7 Jfmitontlflunml. FREMONT: OHIO. isaao xa. KX.x.x.xm, naitor. Friday, August, 24, 1860. Throw out the Banners!! FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LIIVCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. rO VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, ro nam or oosaitns. JOHN CA.REY, or wriifDOT ooujttt. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. rem jena or m nrani cover. JACOB BRINKE RHOFF, of Richland Co. via iTrniiitT mmiL JAMESMURRAY.of Wood Co. roa mania or tdi board or rcsitc voui. LEVI SARGENT, of Tuscarawas Co, REDUCTION IIV PRICE! Campaign Journal! Now u the Tim to Subscribe Trom and after Ibis week, we will send the Frkmont Journal until tho 16ihof November next, for the low price of Forty Cents. Payment in all cases to bo made at the time of subscribing. Every person getting up a club of ten subscribers, with (4, shall receivo a copy gratis. Names and money can be sent by mail. Address ISAAC M. KEELER. Fremont, Ohio, August 3, 1860. County Convention. The Republican of Sandusky county an reauated to am tat the Wigwam la Fre...

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 August 1860

) Specif polices. Health t Health J Uso Old Dr. Dellonbatigh'. Colobratod O 13 II M A N IMPHOVED Sugar Volt. Jntt-BUivut Unr mnd Blood Pill; irerranted purely vetatehle. The test Famlle Pill now Isefor. tht public. Prif 24 Cl avr Jin. Da. Diuuiuo Cleveland, Proprietor. For Sale bv C. R. M'CULLOCH, Treason!. Fremont, April 20th, 1880. ISjrl. A CAIIU. Dm Jomr B. Ricb, would respectfully an- ounce that h has rammed the practice of Medicine and ere.rv. Durinchlsabeence ke hai enjoyed anenrpaeaed faellitlM, both Col If ire and Hospital, la the City of Phila delphia! and In the New Tort Eye Infirmary, fy- Offloe, aa formerly. April 8, 1IM. A CARD. Tbe Mibwibcr, practical Cbemlitand Mannfaeturer of Chemical Preparation, franc Cotmttin, Fine Perfnuuo, ., for the past seven, teaa years; bow offers ('re of charge) to all who deal re It, the Reeelp and direetloaa for making a almpla FlfltoNe Balm, that will, la from two to eight daya, reroov. Pim ples, Blotehea, Tan, Freeklet, Sallowaeas, and ...

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 August 1860

Fremont Journal. From the New York Tribune. Mr. Lincoln's Principles and Abilities. LETTER FROM JOHN B. FRY. NEW YORK, August 15, 1860. Mr Dbar StRi Duly appreciating tlia tjompliment you Imvo pnij ino in nrgontly requesting ihnt I would engngo in tlio pon ding Presidential canvrvw, by mnking politi CaI Rcldrossos in favor of tlio election of Lin coln and Hamlin, I Bin, novertholess con strained, for a reason which I will state to you, to decline the acceptance of your flat tering proposal. Within the last week I Viavo received eight invitations, from various sections of the country, similar to your own, And all of which I have- boon obliged to decline, tuuch to my regret. . The truth is (and this is the reason wish to assign) I have been for the eight months last past, a groat sufferer from vertigo, and I find that tlio slightest cxciio tnont I encounter aggravates my malady. And yet I winli to be understood by yon. snd by ovoryhody, who havo regard for my Opinion that I am enliste...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 31 August 1860

SPEECH OF HON. JOHN CAREY, OF OHIO. Delivered in the United State Hones of Representatives. April 27, 1860. The Houso being in Committee Whole on the state of the Union, (Mr. Buf fi n ton in the chair) nod having under con sideration the bill to provide for the pay ment of outstanding Treasury notes, to au thorize a loan to regulnto and fix the duties on imports, and for other purposos Mr. CAREY said: Mr. Ch airman: I avail myself of Ibis opportunity of saying to the Committee what I intended to havo said to tho House few days ago, Bnd that too upon a new subject. Thore is one subject which we have been so much accustomed to bear dis cussed upon this floor that I do not know but I may be considered out of ordor if I lo not talk upon this neirro question. Mr. Hatton. You are certainly out of ordor if you attempt, in this Committee, to discuss anything except the negro question. Here, nothing is recognieod as of sufficient importance to entitle it consideration, un less it involves 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. — 31 August 1860

Jfremonti)untal FREMONT: OHIO. ZSAAO ZVX. IUELLR, Editor. Friday, Au-usl, 31, 1SC0. Throw out the Banners!! FOR PRESIDENT, AltRAILVM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT HANNIBAL HAMLIN, POR NKMRKR Of CONGRSSft, JOHN CARE Y OF WVA5DOT COrHTT. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. for mwn or the rtfrrmi court. JACOB BRINKERIIOFF.of Richland Co, FOB ATTORNBT OKXKRAL, JAMESMURRAY.of Wood Co. FOR M RUBER OF TUB BOARD OF PTRLIC WORKS. LEVI SARGENT, of Tuscarawas Co. REDUCTION IN PRICE! Campaign Journal! iVbic is the Time to Subscribe From and after tbis wook, wo will send tho Fbbmost Journal until tbo 16th of November next, for tbo low price of Forty Cents. Payment in all cases to bo mado at the time of subscribing. Every person getting up a club of ten subscribers, with $4, shall receivo a copy gratis. Names and money can bo sent by mail. Address ISAAC M. KEELER. Fromont, Ohio, August 3, 1860. COUNTY CONVENTION. The Republican! of Sandusky county an requested to meet at the Wigwam In Fremont, on...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 31 August 1860

j)ccil 'Ko.ices. HEALTH! HEALTH! Ue Old Dr. Dellenbaiigh's Colobralod O E R M A N IMPKOVED Srngm Coated, AmU-BMnu Liver and Blood Pillt, warranted purely vegetable. The best Family Pill sow before tbe public Priet M 0( jit H. Dn. I)iu.ueACran, Cleveland, Proprietor. For Sale by 0. R. M'Ct'M.OCH, Fremont. Fremont, April 20th, 1800. Myl. A CARD. Dr. John 13. Rice, would respectfully n- uuh that he haa renamed th practice of Medicine and Surgery. During his absence he bM enjyed nnsnrpassed facilities, both College end Hospital, In the City of Phila delphia; and In the New York Eye Infirmary. Cje"0l ce.es formerly. April ,100. A CARD. Tho 6ubscribor, ft practical Chemist and Manufacturer of Chemical Preparations, Frtnth Cormetict, Fine Perfunut, sc,for too part seven teen years; now offers (free of charge) to all whodealrelt, tha Reoelpe and directions for making a simple Vegetable Balm, that will, In from two to eight daya, remove Pim ples, Blotches, 7n, Freckle; BallowMBe, and all Imp...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 31 August 1860

Fremont Journal. When Parson Brownlow intends to become a Democrat. Aft ArkansM correspondent who proba bly wanted to Mwko up" Rev. Mr. Brown low of the Knoxvillo (Tenn.) Whig, wrote to latter stating lliat bo bad learned with ploasure upon what "he considered re liable authority," that Mr. Crewnlow was about to join the Democrats, and askod for the probable date of that interesting occur rence. Mr. Brownlow gave tbe dalo, or at least data for the date, as follows: Knoxvillb, August 0, 1800. Mr Johdah Clark: I have your let ter of the 30lh tilt., and hasten to lot you know the precise time when I expect to come out and formerly announce that I have joined tha. Domocrntio party, When the sun shines at midnight, and the moon at mid-day when man forgets to be selfish, or Democrats lose t hoi r inclinations to steal when nature stops her onward march to rest, or all the water coursos in America flow np stream wbon flowers lose thoir odor, and tree 8hod no leaves when birds talk, and bea...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 September 1860

DOUGLAS' RECORD. DOUGLAS' RECORD. HIS NUMEROUS SHIFTS AND CHANGES. Extracts from His Speeches. A Demagogue shown up in Chapters. He is Calhounite and not a Democrat. CHAPTER I. CHAPTER I. In 1849 Douglas "Canonized" the Missouri Compromise. , "The Missouri CompromiM had an origin kin to that of the Constitution of the Uni-j tod Statos, conceived in tho same spirit of fraternal affection and cnlculntod to remove forever tho dangor which seemed to threat en, at some distant day, to sever tho social bond of union. All the evidonoes of pub lic opinion, at that day, seemed to indicate that this Compromise had became canonized in tho hearts of the American people as sacrod thing, which no ruthless hand would ever become reckless enough to disturb." Judge Douglas' speech, at Springfield, Oct. 23, 1849. CHAPTER II. Douglas Defending the Missouri Compromise in 1850, from the charge of being an Aggression on the South. "'The next in the series of aggressions complainod of by the Senator from ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 September 1860

JfOTontfmtrail FREMONT: OHIO. ISAAC HI. KEBLEB., Editor. Friday, September 7, 1850. Throw out the Banners!! ' - V: REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. FOR. PlfcSlDENT, AMilllJYM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. rOR ' ICE 1K ESI DENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, PHI MDEMIAL liMXTOKS. TUB ST ATI AT LARGS, FREDERICK HASSAUREK, JOSEPH M. ROOT. C0KGR19S10JYAL DISTRICTS. IHHrictt. l.t. F.nj. Fggleston, 2(1. William M. Dickson, 8'!. Knink MrWhinney, 4th. John Rilov Knox, . 6th. D. W. H. flowsrd, fltli. John M. Helium, 7th. Nelson Rush, 8th. (n t nominated,) 9th. John F. Hankie, 10th. H. 8. Bunilv, 11th. Daniel R. Stewart, IHtlricli. 12th. R. P. L. Baber, 13th. John Beatty, 4th. WillardSlocum, 1Mb. Joseph Ankenr, IHth. Edward Ball, 17th. John A. Davenport, 18th. (not nominnted.) lth. Samuel B. Philbrick, 20th. O. W. Brook., 21st. Normau K. Mackensle. For member of Congress, J O II IN" C .A. 11 IH Y, OF WYAIfDOT COL'JTTT, REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOR JUIXII OF THE SrpRZini COCRT. JACOB BRINKERHOFF, of Richland Co. roR AT...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 September 1860

SPECIAL HEALTH! HEALTH! Use Old Dr. Dellonbaugh Colobratod OERMAN IMPHOVKD Sugar Oalea JnU-Bitiomt lAotr and Blood nilt, warranted purely vegetable. Th. best Family Pill low before the poblle. Price 2i Centt-per fin. tin. DsLMmaroa-, Cleveland, Proprietor. For gsls by C. B. M'Cl'I.LOCH, Fremont, Fremont, April With, IS). lBjrl. A CARD. Dr. Jour B. Rick, would respectfully an- ananc that he hma resumed th practice of Medicine and Surgery. Daring hli absence no hu enjoyed unsurpassed facilities, both College end Hospital, In the City of Phila delphia; and In tht New Tork Ky Inltrmarjr. ff- Ofllee, ss formerly. April , 1M0. A CARD. The subscriber, practical Chemist and Manufecturerof Chemical Prepnretlone, Frenck Cmttia, Fint Perfumet, Ift., for the paat seven teen years; now offers (fres of charge) to all who delimit, the Receipt and directions for making a simple Vegetable Balm, that will. In from two to eight day, remove Pim ples, Bratchte, Tan, VrtMa. Sallowness, and all tmpurl tlo...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 September 1860

Fremont Journal. Fremont Journal. FREEDOM AND REFORM. AIR—"The Old Granite State." Ho I ft msn of iwry station, ' Join with ns for Reformation, , ; And for Frwilom for the Nation, W.'rs for Frwdom and Rpforra. Cnonrt-W.'r. ft Hand of frwrnan, Wo're a bund of rrevman, Wa'ra a band of frc.ai.a, Wo'rp for Freedom and Reform. On the "sacred sl'lo" forarpr. We'll snstaln "oppression' nerr. But will fight for "Justlc." erer, We're for Freedom and Reform. We'll "dry up" dlsnnlon sereeehsrs, And wlpo ont the llare-code teachers, And cashier the alar, trade preacher, We're for Freedom and Reform. We will oust the treasury robbers. And the host of hireling fnbtara. And the horde of "lire-oak Jobbers," We're for Freedom and Reform. With "Old Abe" to gobofore n, And the Flag of Freedom o'er as, We will shout the aonndlng chorus, We're for Freedom and Reform, Secretary Cobb Receives Notice to Quit. Mr. Ebonezor Jayno, kooncr of Lifo Sa ving Station, No. 17, on tlio coast of Long Islaml, received...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 September 1860

Jfrtmontiottrral FREMONT: OHIO. 1IAAO M. KBX1Z.BB., Editor. Pass the Word the Line! Close up the ranks! Prepare for the Final Charge. The days and weeks are rapidly pawing way and tko timo of voting is drawing near. Only seven weeks are loft previous to tho grand struggle of November 6th and only three weeks to the October election. Tho latter will probably be decisive as to tbo general result, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and New Jorscy all voting for State officers on that day, will be sure to indicate the issue of the Presidential contest. In all probability, all the effective labor which re mains to be done must be performed be tween now and tho second Tuesday in Oc tober. There it no litno for idling, indiffer ence or half hoartod performance of duty. JEvory true Republican who would have -part in a glorious victory, should bo up and 'doing from this timo to election. Thoro was never a moro slooploss, untir ing and vigilant foo, than is tho Democratic .party. Cut up, divided, br...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 September 1860

Jrcputliwnral us , FREMONT: OHIO. XBAAO XVX. USELHB., Editor. Fr,4"i)iif P(f.mbtr .M 186 Throw out the Banners!! REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OPILLINOIS. FOR VICE JPHKSIDEltT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. THB BTATB AT LABOB, FREDERICK HASSAUREK, JOSEPH M. ROOT. OOKQBBSBIOffjU, PfSTBICTB. District: Int. Benf. Eggleston, 2d. William M Dlrkson, SA. Frmnk McWhlnney, 4th. John Riley Knox, Sth. D. W. H. Howard, "ftth. John M. Kellum, 7th. Nelson Hn.h, Sth. (n it nominated,) Sth. John F. Uenkle, Joth. H. 8. Bnndv, 11th. Daniel B. 8tewart, DitlrirtB. 12th. R. P. L. Bsber, 13th. John Beattv, 14th. WillardSlncum, l.r)th. Joseph Ankenv, lfli h. Edward Ball, " 17th. John A. Davenport, Uth. Wm. R. Upham, 10th. Bamuel B. Pbilbrick, 20th. 3. W. Brooks, 21st. Norman K. Maekeniie. For member ot Coiierreaej, john" c n m y, OF WTAJTDOT corifTT. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOR JCIXJX Or THR SCPRRMR COURT. JACOB BRINKERHOFF.of Richland Co, FOR ATTORXBT GIWRRAL, JAM...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 September 1860

Spec.,) '-(ofices. ' Health t Health I tJfto Old Dr. Dellenoaugh's Celebrated OUUMAN IMP It OVRD Jfw OHtwi, itsd-Ailies Utir Blase! Pill, warranted purely vegetable. ; Tin beet Family Pill bow vjafors the pnbllo Prica 2t Cent fr Bo. Bb, DM.aBrKi, Cleveland, Proprietor. , ror8aleby 0. R. aTCULLOCH, Fremont Fremont, April 30th, 1890. lvl. A CAItD. Dr. Joiis B. Rice, would respectfully an- oancs that ho hae rtmtroed ths practise of Medicine and 8urgry, During hlaabsence he haa enjoyed nnaurpaaaed faellltta, both College end Hospital, ill the City of Phila delphia; end in the Mew York Kya Infirmary. , r"w-Offloe, as formerly. April 8,1 MO. A CARD. The subscriber, a practical Chemtstand UannfBctarer of Chemical Preparatlona, S'rench Ceoumttm, Fin Perfume, trc-, for the paet eeven. teen rem re; now offen (free of charge) to all who desire It, the Receipt nd directions for nuking e simple Vegetable Balm, thet will. In from two to eight daye, remove Pim ples, Blotches, 7mm, Freckle, Ballown...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 September 1860

Fremont Journal. STEPHEN IN SEARCH OF HIS MOTHER. Oh, harp'nes. I haw far w. He. ThlM m paths la seerak ef thee t Mm. Haaure. ra, Mm t memtktr't Imh, . awsst if match her m rf4A ream! Is It In thr fbivsts, Maine I Whtn 1vlnter holds protracted relgaf Is It In Kew-HampsMrewher. O'er granite hill doutt bracing air? la Vermont U It, where nr. area Hit moaatetn. etad la arvrgrMnf la If ivuhmiu' hljh and dry taadl ConiMettentr nm Rhode Isl.ndr Say, mhert it Steohnl Matr't ses, In tueet ef .Ale. ktr sm Mt rwessf If not Id TankM land, aanha Th. loni'd-for spot In Nw Tork-eeer Or find it In tha land of Peon, On mountain-eld.. In dale, or glen? Can It be hltMen anywhere Among tha bogs of Ielewarer In Maryland (wedg'd In between Tha North and South,) may It ba went 'Mong cabins of tha Old Dominion? Amid tha barrana Carolinian? In Oeorgla'1 cotton-growing land? (In Florida'! ntni'd oorel strand? Say, mhert it Stephen't motker't homt. In oneti of which ktr ton doth romrnt In Alabama fa It fonnd...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 21 September 1860

Fremont Journal. FREMONT: OHIO. The $5,000 Traitor. THIEF! STOP THIEF!! No sooner U a thiuf or burglar dotoctod in his Dofarious designs upon another man's property, and ho expects that punishment is about to be meted out to him, than ho starts off to escape with the cry of "stop thief," and is generally the most clamorous in his outcry. So it is in regard to the ed itor of the Messenger of this to'vn. Ho has been convicted, by his own testimony, of taking the sum of $5,000, to assist in fastening upon the citizens of Kansas, a law which was rcpucrnant to thorn. Cut the Democratic Administration said thoy should have it, and the power of the Ad ministration with its tons of thousand:) of gold was placed in the hands of corrupt men to secure the fow votes found abso lutely necessary for its succoss. After this man Boan becamo so notorious, he has sought to drag down to his own level one infinitely highor than he ever stood. In the Messenger of August 31, the following article appears...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 21 September 1860

Jfremontlfluhial FREMONT: OHIO. XSAAO RX. SEBLBH, Editor. Friday, September 21, 1860. Throw out the Banners!! -4. avtf i 4f ; ' Tr r i ggp REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OOF MAINK. FBKSIDENTIAL ELECTORS. TUB BTAT1 AT UBOB, FREDERICK IIASSAUREK, JOSEPH M. ROOT. OOVORKSaiOXAli DISTRICTS. Dii1rirtt. Vittrictt. 1st. Tlcnj. Egfrl.atnn, 2.1. William M. Illckaon, 3d. Frank McWtaiuncy, 4th. John Riley Knox, 6th. D. W. II. Howard, nth. John M. Kellum, 7th. Nelxnn Runn, 8th. (not nominated.) th. John K. Henkla, loth. H. 8. BnmlT, 11th. Daniel B. Stewart, 12th. R. P. I.. Baber, 13th. John Beatty, 14th. WlilardSlocnm, lftth. Joneph Ankeny, ltitb. Kdward Mall, 17th. John A. Davenport, ISth. Wm. R. Upham, 10th. Samuel B. l'htlbrlck, 2th. O. W. Brook.. 21st. Norman K. Mackenzie, For member of Conarrewa, JOHN CARE Y, OF WYA.1DOT COC1CTT. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOR JCM1K OF TBI SIT PRE Jf It COt'RT. JACOB BRINKERHOFF.of Richland Co....

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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