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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 21 September 1860

Specif yoiiccs. Health! Health! Use Old Dr. DollenbnugVs Celebrated O B n M A N IMPHOVRD Sugar Coated, JnH-Biliaui Wwr ema! Blood Pills, warranted purely vegetable. The beat Family Pill now before tbe public. Prict M Oafs r J)x. D. Dillbitiiauob, Cleveland, Proprietor. For Sale by . 0. R. M'CI'I.I.OCII, Fremont. Frersont, April 20th, 1800 13yl. A CAIII. Da. JonN B. Rick, would respectfully an noane. that ha hM resumed the practice of Medicine anil Snrjrery. During hl ahsenee he hen enjoyed nmmrpasaed facilities, both College and Hospital, In the City of l'hlla ftelphla; and In the New York Erelnflrmary. J"y Office, a formerly. April 6, MAO. A CARD. Tho subscribor, practical Chemist and Manufacturer of Chemical Preparations, French Cowmetieet Fine Perfumee, ee.,forth pest seven, teea year; now offers (free of charge) to all whe desire It, the Receipt and direction for making a simple Vegetable Balm, that will. In from two to eight dayg, remove Pim ples, Blotches. Tan, Trechlet. Sallo...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 21 September 1860

Fremont Journal. The Testimony of an Enemy. Hon. W. L. Oooom, Into opposition can didate for Governor of Virginia, addressed the Bell nnd Everett party at Petersburg, on tho SOth ulU Ilia viowa upon the sta bility of tbe Union were clearly expressed in tbe following words: "There could bo no dancer of a dissolution of the Union no matter who was elected." Ilia opinion of Mr. Lincoln finds no loss clear expression in the following language "During the whole courso of my connec tion with him in tbe House of Represent tives, I roust say that I have ever known him to bo a gentleman. He is not what the Breckinridao party insinuates him to bo, I wish to do justice on all sides. Cheers. If yon wish to know who Mr. Lincoln is, go and ask S. A. Douglas, with whom lie slumpod ovory county in the Stato of Illin ois. Cheors.1 Yes, go and ask Mr. Doug las whether Abo Lincoln is a rail-splitter or not. . Loud Laughter.! Askbim wbcthor he is a Democratic mauler or not. fCon tinued laughter, and cr...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 September 1860

Questions to be Decided. Speech of Cart Schurz in New York. At tho laie cry' largo nnd enthusiastic gathering of fcput;licnna t 4he Coojxtlo atlmte, NdW'Yirtk, tbo I Ion. Jumps O. Plnam, one of the Republican elector! at large for (ho Blato, closed a brief but pow erful apcech with the following graceful compliirient to thnt eloquent and fearless champion of Freedom, Carl Schur, of Wis consin': y . ' ""But I am keeping you too long from a 'banquet compared with which mine i but as 1ursk contracted with the suppers of the gods. My eloquent friend, who lighted the 'torch of his genius at tho fires of a freedom hich in Europd, in 1848, flamed to the "heavens, which now is not smoth ered, but slumber in the great deeps of God's providence until the hour and the man - shall come, has learned- on those shores which have welcomed him that lib erty brings her richest offerings to the shrino of genius, which, in turn, pays to liberty its homage and its worship." Cheers., j j y ; 1 ' The appe...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 September 1860

Jfmnonti)unial FREMONT: OHIO. ISAAC CX. XC3X3X.SB., Editor. Friday, September 28, 1860. Throw out the Banners!! ' - W sMi REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. FOR PIIKSIDEKT, AURA II AM LINCOLN, OFILLINOIS. tort VICK PUICWDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, FBKNIUKVriJtL ELECTORS. TUB STATU AT LAHUS, FREDERICK IIASSAUREK, JOSEPH M. ROOT. CONGRESStOXAL BISTHtCTS. Diitrittt. Int. Benj. Ktrirleatnn, Sri. William M. Dirkaon, 3.1. frank MrWhinnfv, 4lh. John Rilev Knot, Sth. P. W. H. Ilnwanl, ' 6lh. John M. Knllum, . 7tli. Keliioii Kuh, Kth. (n rt nominated,) 9Ui. John F. Hcnklc, loth. II. 8. Bnndy, 11th. Daniel I). Stewart, 12th. R. P. I.. Baber, ISth. John bVattr. Il4th. WillarilSlncnm, Kuli. Joarph Ankenv, 16lh. Kilward Hall, 17tli. John A. Davenport, 18th. Wm. R. 1'nhnm, lHth. Samuel B. Phllbrlck, 20th. O. V. BrooVa. 21st. Normau K. Mackenzie. For Member of Couareiw, JOHN O.REY: OF WTAXDOT cotraTT. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. ros jriKiR or tub srrnKMit court. JACOB BRINKERHOFF.of Richland Co. m ATTOPtfrttT OK...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 September 1860

Specif (oiiccg. Health! Health t Um Old Dr. Dclleobaugh's Celebrated O V. Tl M A N I M 1' H O V R D Bufmr Cootrd, Jnit-mtiimt lAttr mnd Htto Pun, warranted purely Tegetabht. Th. (est Family Pill now before the publle. Price 11 CwnU ftr Bo. Da. DsLLsraAOtin, Ctovelantl, Proprietor. for gale by 0. R. M'CDLLOCH, Fremont rrement, April 90th, ISM. lliyl. A 13 Alt D. Dr. Johs B. Ricb, would respectfully nn- nanac that ke has renamed the practice; of Medicine end 8orery. During hi abseno. lie hna enjnyed unsurpassed facilities, both Colle end Hospital, in the City of Phila delphia', and In the New Tor Eye Infirmary. Ofnoa, a formerly. April , MOO. A CARD. The subscriber, ft practical Chermlstand slanufacttirerof ChetntcalPrepamUona. tTrettch Coemttir. Fine Perfumes, ;., for th past seven. 1ee yearn; now ofTcra (free of charge) tall who desire It, theReeeipe and directions for waklngaMmple Vegetable Palm, that will. In from tww to eight day, remove Pim ples, Blotches, 7, Frerktee, Ssl-ownes...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 September 1860

Fremont Journal. ON FOR FREEDOM. Freemen, now's your flay for doing ' OnM the l-wies In your hand; ' Jtllk Uh 10 i nt by fnlnt pursuing. Peal the watchword through the, land. On for Freedom, nd, onrenuntry, and tht right I Tot with ,iTms of deadly rtlle. Nor tlih bilbo, n-r(iUk,tho flht; AU wenak la honest battle, Arm'd enough villi Truth and Light, On for freedom I Might I R'ffht, let them estwvwr Who hs- learned tha tyranle cmd; Right Is Might, our ored fnrorcr, True In rurpose, firm In deed. On for freedom t Whnt though utaTeryhoM It quarters. There to have iti fatd reign, Xot In all oar lands and waters, Not an inch of new domain. Oa for freedom I Ity our mountains heavenward reaching, Field and forest without bound. By the frea waves round us preaching, Here God meant no bondage g.-onnd On for freedom 1 By our banner constellation, By oar eagle la tho skies. By oar fathers' proclamation, By their Bilrit now that crlet- On for freedom t On for freodom, on victorious t HaU-anf-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. — 5 October 1860

FREMONT: OIIIO. Z8AA0 3t. Editor. Friday, October 5, 1860. Throw out the Banners!! 1 f2 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OFILLINOI8. FOR VICES PR EM DENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. TBI STATS AT LAROI, FREDERICK HASSAUREK, JOSEPH M. ROOT. 00KURRS8I0KAL DISTRICTS. DUlritU. " l.t. B.rrJ. Egrp;leerr,n, 2d. William M. lllckeon, 8d. Frank McWhitieey, 4th. John Riley Knox, . 6th. D. W. H. Howard, . Via. John M. Kellum, 7th. Nelson RuHh, Hth. (not nominated,) th. John F. Henkle, 10th. H. 3. BnndT, 11th. D.nlol B. Stewart, Dulridm. ISth. R. P. L. Baber, 18th. John Bnttr, 14th. Wlllai-dSlocum, lnth. Jnafph Ankenr, 18th. F.dward Ball, ' 17th. John A. Darenport, lBth. Win. R. Upham, 10th. Samuel B. Philbrlck, 20th. O. W. Brook. 21it. Norman K. Maekentle, GETTING DESPERATE. Warren P. Noble, of Tiffin, and the lo cofocos of this District, seeing that the hearts of the voters are with honest John Carby did at groat expense procure "Ste phen" to speak at Tif...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 October 1860

' 'J f r t rmrnn FREMONT: OHIO. I8AA0 IT. XJ3EX.2R, Editor. Friday, October 5, 1860. Throw out the Banners!! 4rA,., 4 . . ' REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, PnCMDENliAL ELECTORS. TUK BTATB AT LAROS, FREDERICK HASSAUREK, JOSEPH M. ROOT. COSORMBIOKAL DISTRICTS. IHslricU. Int. Rnj. Egpleiitfin, ' 2d. William M. Plckaon, 81. Frank McWhinnev, , 4th. John Riley Knox, th. P. W. H. Howard, ath. John M. Ktllum, 1th. N.lnon Rmli, 8th. Abraham Thompson, th. John K. Henkle, lHh. H. S. BnodT, Utb. Daniel B. SKwtrt, nillrirlt. 12th. R. P. L. Bnher, 1.1th. John Brntty, Hth. WillardSlncnm, lMh. Joneph Ankunv, Iflth. Edward Pall, ' ITth. John A. Davenport, lHth. Wm. R, t pham, 19th. Samnel B. I'hllorlck, 20th. O. W. Brookii. 2lat. Norman K. Markentie. For member of Cona-rea, JOHN OAEEY, OF WTAKDOT COVWTT. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET, rom judos or rum suprkjci oocrt. JACOB BRINKERHOFF, of Richland Co. TO ATTORUTT OKNBRAL, JAMES MURRAY, of Wo...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 October 1860

llonllli t Health! . ' Uso Old Dr. Dcllcnbmigh'i Colcbrntcd O K It M A N I M I' 11 O V Pi D Sugar Coated, Anti-Billots tArer and Blooi Pill; warranted purely vegetable. The host Family Pill now before the public. Prim lb Cenu pet Tin. Tin. Dsu.sxiiAmiit, Cleveland, Proprietor. For Sale by 1. R. M'ClTLLOCH, Fremont. Fremont, April 30th, IS). lilvl. A CAltl). Dr. John B. Rick, would respectfully rii- nonnee Mint he hue resumed the practloe of Medici no end Bdrwery. Dnrlng hi. absence he has cnjnyfd nn.urps.ned facilities, both College end Hospital, In the Cltjr of Phila delphia; and In the Nr Yoi Fyelnflrmary. If Olfloe, as formerly. April fl, 18H0. i Person ftflliclod with Fever and Ague- show Id not spare either time, trouble or expense, to pro cans Dr. I.oftTKTTRR'a Celebrated Bitten, whose benefi cent effects upon the system Imn been clearly proved to these who have been stricken down In a abort space of tlm by tills dreadful curse, whnm cheeks are wnn and meagre, and whose nights...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 October 1860

Fremont Journal. THE LITTLE GIANT'S PLATFORM. I DON'T C.tTtK whether Slavery I. rtte4 up or Toted now. . J. Doug-lot, Aw. "Hindu Ukt annUia, willt'tlig hltmritUn." Too may vote It ap or vot. It down Slavery In nothing to mo; A nigger's a nl.xer, and Is always thssem. Whether he'a bovmd or free. Hi bu mo Christ to iit for hies, He Bis no heavn to wlivt A:ii. But ir ha only hsl a nil to grvw, (Spoken (And believed In my g urreat pur-rtnelple) I'd manage to smuggle him In. tm astonished to im th dearpeopl. eat Both a very ridiculous flgur. What a terrtbl. maw In kicked np to bt nra About poor tnls'rabl. nigger. Bat open the door or the big Whit Hons Jnst open the door to me And tho' the North may rare end the South may lrown( They may vote Slavery either np or down, D. W. Reasons for supporting Lincoln. ' Why do wo support Abraham Lincoln f Thcro fir) various reasons, but those which refer more particularly to the roan may be summed upas follows: 1. He is honost, 2. He is a friend to A...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 October 1860

A Paltry Political Trick. M. P. Bean, the miserable charlatan and traducor of honorable mon, In his last week's paper, as usual, resorts to the scurry and in famous trick of mutilating and misrepresent ing tho speech of Carl Schurvthe eloquent "Wisconsin orator, for political effect. Bean says: "Carl Schurz, a revolutionist from the old country socialist in politics and an infidel in religion is now in the employ of tbo republican party and is making speeches all over the Country. lie is a man of edu cation, talent and energy. Tho republicans through him and others of his kind expect to win .to their party tho Gorman vote of tho country. His speeches are published far and wide, in both the English and Ger man language. Wo clip tho following par agraph from a published one made by him in Springfield, Massachusetts, a few weeks ago, and call the attention of all honest cit izens to the sentiment which it contains. It is but a specimen of his style of oratory : "There is your Declarati...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 October 1860

FREMONT: OHIO. XSAAO rvi. XCI.XlX.rJB., Editor. Friday, October 12, 1S60. Throw out the Banners!! J-rT--J,-' REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. FOR PIIKSIDEJVT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OFILLINOIS. IOB VICE PUCSIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, PB1.SIDENTIAI. LL1XTOHS. Till BTATI AT LAHOK. FREDERICK HASSAUREK, JOSEPH M. ROOT. COXQRESSIOIfAL DISTRICTS. Vutricl. Int. Bn. F.fnrleaton, 2l. William M. Ilk-Icon, 8-1. Frank McWhinney, 4th. John Kili',r Kuok, 6th. P. W. H. Howard, 6th. John M. Kpllura, 7th. JJlnu Ruph, 8th. Abraham Tlinmpoon, Sth. John K. Henkle, Wth. II. S. BiniJr. 11th. Daniel It. Stewart, Diltrirti. 12th. R. P. I,. Baber, lillh. John Drill l.r, 14th. WillaitlSlocutn, l.rith. .Towph Anfc.n., 16th. K'iward Hull, ' 17th. John A. Ilavenport, 18th. Wm. K. I'ldiam, lDlh. Samuel B. Fhilbrfck, 20th. G. W. Bmoka, 21nt. Xormau K. Mackenzie. REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. Re wived. That wp, he delegated representative of the Republican elector nf the United Stated, in Convention v mMed, in the discharge of the duty ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 October 1860

Honllli! Health I Uso Old Dr. Dellotibmigh's Colobrntod 0 15 R M A N IMP 11 O V F, D Snfr Comttd, Anti-BMoue Liver ema! Moot Pill; warranted purely vegetable, Ta bout Famllv Pill now before the public. Priu 2 Ctnt per Bat. Hr. Dt.i.!nATjvjit, Cleveland, Proprietor. For Rale by C. B. WCULLOCH, Fremont. Fimr.t, April 20th, 1M0. lnvl. A OA HO. ' D. John B. Itic, would respectfully an nounce thl he has resumed the prar.tlee of Medicine and Sorjrery. I)nrinr hli jmnie he has enjoyed nnsurpassed facilities, both Collet, and Hospital, In the City or Phila delphia; and In tiro ir York Eyetnlitffnary. tfr Office, u formerly. April , IMP. mother-lit Head Thin. The following li en extract from a letter written by the tiastnr of a Baptist Chiirth, to the "Journal and Meastn- ner," Cincinnati, Ohio, and apeaka volumes In favnr of thatworW-renowned medlclneMM. Wmaiow's Sootu io Strop to Ckii.dhiw Txcthinoi "We tee an advertisement In y our columns of Mra. Win low'i Soothln? Syrup. Now we nevereal...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 October 1860

Fremont Journal. THE REPUBLICAN WAGON. There's a right ad wrong In poilt'oa, Ana rl,M la an oar aide, o we're herneaeed np tba wafon, boy a, f , latthanatlou rid. TV Union la oar wagon, And It Isn't any sham. For It'i crowded with the people, And ltidrWara Abrahamt Chorus. Walt for tha wagon, Walt Tor tbe wagon, Walt for tha wagon, For tha drlrer's Abraham. This wagon la a noble on, 'Twaa made In serentr-iix, Twas drlreD br Oeorpe Washington Throagh stormy politics. With Northern oak and Eastern pin. And Western ash 'tis bound Tahuetto, cypress, ootton wood, In ererjr wheel are found. Walt for the wagon, fee. The Mill Boy of the Mashes, bora, Kentucky's Harry Clay, . Tnce lat npon this wagun Aa we're sitting here to-day. r7e drora tha road of Compromise By Constltntlnn charts, And held tha reins of Union All arannd tha people's hearts. Wait for tha wagon, fce. In this our famous wagon, With Tom Corwln at his back, Through all the troublous elementa Onr Lincoln keeps the track. And 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. — 19 October 1860

Original. TO THE SUN. Great bluing orbl wltb what gractons nnll Thoa oonflioendt to look down upon TJs mortals liera below who, bat for thin Orwt OT.rwhelmlng klnddeca, would be nonght. Thy laaglitng genial ho doth sheer onr hearts; And M much Joy nod happiness wo feel, That, for 0 Una th little enmities 'Hongst men, which toWarda each otlieT do ex lit. Are drowoed benoath the Itintre of the emit. Bat, ahoald some Inward grief so weigh thoa down, That thoa float hide thy faoa behind a cload, It seems we all do sympathise with the Tor thy great aorrowi for whan w parcelra Thy briny tears ihed ao abnndantly) And the darkness which In the absence of Thy smile most of necessity appear; A elond upon onr featnrea then ie eeen, .AndVll orheads, down towards theenrth are oast. We tell the this, oh thoa great King of Par, That thoa may'st know, that, when In grief or Jo Thoa art, then wa do sympathise with the. For, when thy face portrays eon Inward Joy, Wa feel as happy as th day la long; B...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 October 1860

tff. J;rtmontounval FREMONT: OHIO. XSAAO XUC. SDQLER, Editor. Friday, October 19, 1S60. Throw out the Banners!! REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, PBESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. Till TATI AT LAROII. FREDERICK IIASSAUREK, JOSEPH M. ROOT. COXGRKS8IOXAL DISTRICTS. Dtllrirll. Vutricl: lit. Ronj. Efirlit. 2d. William M. Illok.nn, 3d. Flunk Mi-WHInnev, 4th. John Rilev Knox, 6th. D. W. H. Iln.ard, Btli. John II. Helium, 7th. Nelmi Rush, 8th. Abraham Tlinmnsc-n, th. .Inbn K. llenale, loth. H. H. Bnnrtr. 11th. Daniel 11. Stewart, ISth. R. P. T,. Butter, IStli. John Benttv, 14th. WlllardSlncura, Ifith. Joni'iih Ankenr, 18ih. Edward Bull, " 17th. John A. Dareniort, 18th. Wm. It. t'plmni, 1th. Purnlip! B. Pliilbrlck, 20th. O. W. Brnok., 21et Normau K. Mackenzie. Once More to the Breach! Republicans of Sandusky Count): You havo come out of tlio State canvass with honor. True, you havo been beaten in the county, but the fight you ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 October 1860

Health t llPitUUt Uso Old Dr. Dellcnbfttigh! Celebrated O R n M A N IM V U O V V. D ff.r Coated, jlnti-Billont Liter and Blood Pill; warranted jinroly Tfgatablo. Th. bat Fainll Pill now tttfort tbt public. Prim n Cento prr Jtmt. Dr. D.LLKs.Atmil, Cltreland, Proprietor. . FnrBaletiy C. B. M'CUU.OCH, Frtmont. Framont, April Mth, 18B0. 18)1. " A CA1IU. Dr. John B. Hick, would respectfully nn- BO.nM that lie ha" roamed the practice of McOlrlnn and gnnrory. During hia ahwnee he has enjoyed nnanrpaaaed fadllUe,bothCnlle(ce and Hoapltal.tn the Cltjr of Phila delphia; and In the New York Rye Infirmary. -f Office, aa formerly. April 0, WHO. mother, Hond Tlil. the following ii an eatraot from a lcttor written by the aator of a Baptlat Church, 4o the "Journal and Meaaen- er," Cincinnati, Ohio, and apeaka roluraea In faror of that world-renowned medicine Mr. Wikslowb sootb laa 8tdp for Children TsaTniwo: "We aee an adrertlaement In your eolnmni of Mra. Win llow'a Soothing Syrup. Now we nerer aa...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 October 1860

Fremont Journal. A SLIGHT DRAWBACK. ItKhantttif ftrll thy fbrta n fair In plarfal draaroa around mm daaa; Th noil. ao bright, to frn frnra nn, Tkj dlmplwl cheat, thr Jet black hair, Mr heart entrant. Bnt hot thou t.b, thoa. Iot.I y .yea, With Joy and tnnoc.no. .till gleaming; Tb wlngrd light nm iwiftn fll.a Than do th. gla&cafrni tboM ijh, With plaamiraboamlng. Ft voo th Balden, r It not That wooing the. might prove bewtldertn; Td woo thee, maiden, were It not For thia one thing c " And his small children. What is Dying Poor. "It wm ft sad funeral to mo," inid the speaker; the taddost I hare attondod for years." "That of Edmondsan!" "Yea." "How did he diet" "Poor poor as poverty : his life was one long struggle with the world, and at every disadvantage. Fortune flattered all the while with gilded promises that were des tined to no fulfillment." "Yet he was patient and enduring," re marked one of the company. "Patient as a Christian; enduring as a martyr," was the answer. "Poor m...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 October 1860

Startling Disclosures! Douglas Responsible for the Lecompton Constitution. HIS PLEDGE TO SUPPORT IT! His Violation of His Pledge and Treachery to His Friends!! READ! READ!! READ!!! To People fo the United States. Boom of tub Dbmocratio Association, of Leavenworth, Leavenworth Cityf Kansas Tor., Sopt. 20, 1800. Rumors of a positive nature having been in circulation in this Territory, during the last two years, attributing to lion. Stephen A. Douglas, United States Senator from Illinois, a courso of conduct in regard to the Lecompton Constitution, involving his sincerity to tho country, his fidelity to the Democratic party, and his honor as a gen tleman, Lewis Burnes, Esq., President of the Democratic Association of Leavenworth, addressed several members of tho Associa tion, with the view of obtaining authentic information on tho subject, to astortain if tho facts would justify an extendod and for . rnal inquiry. That correspondence is given below under a proper caption. Tho informati...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 October 1860

FREMONT: OHIO. ISAACS XVX. SOSLBR, Editor. Friday, October 26, I860. Throw Out the Banners!! .it - ' ' REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAN LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS FOR VICE PRESIDENT HANNIBAL HAMLIN HANNIBAL HAMLIN OF MAINE. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. THE STATE AT LARGE FREDERICK HASSAUREK JOSEPH M ROOT. CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. lHitrictt. I District: 1st. Benj. Egtrlestnn, 2d. William M. Dickson, 31. Frank MeWhlnner, 4th. John Riley Knni, Mh. P. W. H. Howard, flth. John M. Helium, Tth. Nelson Rn.h, Sth. Abraham Thompson, Oth. John P. Hinkle, 10th. H. 8. Bundr, lltb. Daniel B. Stewart, 12th. R. P. I.. Dnber, 13th. Jnhn Rcatt 14th. Willard Sloeum, 15th. Joseph Ank.'tiv, loth. Edward Hall, ' 17th. John A. Davenport, IRth. Wm. K. fphsm, I'.lth. Samuel B. l'liilhrlck, 20th. O. If. Brooke. 21st. Norman K. Mackenzie. Scott Township Meeting. The people of Scolt Township will ho ad dressed at RAPHE'S SCHOOL HOUSE, on Saturday evening, October 2 Tth, at 7 o'clock, by Hon. R. P. Bucklan...

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