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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 October 1860

. llvnltli! Ilcnllli! Use. Old Dr. DclU'nlinugh's Cclr-brnted O K 11 MAN T M 1' H V V, D Sugar Coaled, Jnti- Hitioue Liver mad lllotid Pith, warranted purely vegetable. The best Family Pill now before tlic public. Wee 2fi Ona per Hot. Pr. nrxiltlllAtrail, Cleveland, I'mprletnr. Tor Silo by C. II. MT.UI.I.OCII, Fremont. Fremont, April SOlli, 1K0O. 15vl. A CAK1. Dn. John B. Hicb, would rospcclfully'nn nnunre tint In hits resumed tlie practice of Mdlelne and Surirery. Dnrlnir his absence ho hits enjoyed nnsiirpasscd facilities, both College and Hospital, in Hit? City of Phila delphia; ami In the New York Kyc Infirmary. jr Ofnco.ns formerly. April 6, I860. m olhcr-, I to. id Thin. The following in an extract from a letter written by the pastor of a BaptM Church, to tho "Journal and Messenger,' Cincinnati, Ohio, and speaks volumes in favor of that world-renowned medicine Mrs. Window's Sooth mo Strcp roa CnruiRKS Tkhthiku: "We see nn advertisement In ynrtr columns of Mrs. Win dow's Snothl...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 October 1860

Fremont Journal. LIST OF PREMIUMS. Awarded at the 8th Annual Fair of the Sandusky County Agricultural Society, Sandusky County Agricultural Society, 1800. Sandusky County Agricultural Society, 1800. Class No. 1.-Short Horns. Jaaaa Enrmarson, Bull, A raar. old and ot r, 1 t pre. $4 00 u. B. Lmnraim, 8 l.t fl.lMI 2, mi .0l l.tm 1,1X1 4,(K R nn J. L. H-xnniim, 3 Jaa. Valletta, " 1 lanlt ('appar, 1 Jaa. Valletta, A. Thorp., cow 8 J. L. flfttinum, s W. K. Ilarnca, halfcr A. Thnrne, i g Jaa. Valletta, 1 Jaa. Valletta, 2.1 " 1st " 2.1 " lat lt " id lilt ' lilt " l.t oalf calf Maaara. Jamr Valletta, f.a O Hi w..in anil a& Thnm. .iii.ii.'a nnorl-Hornasml lon Cattle; liut having re crtrad firat prcmiutna atprerioua fairs, art excluded Iroro competition. at 00 o'on' j'(K) qo Sandusky County Agricultural Society, 1800. Class No. 1.-Short Horns. Class No. 2.-Devons. A. Thorpe, eow, years old and orer, lt pr. $4,00 Class No. 6 Work Oxeu and Stoors. II. HalT, York Tp. t joke oxen, lat premlui ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 November 1860

From Knickerbocker. Small slonbi should there here keen In tlw writer's anted, that the following osqnlsltelr-feellng 11aB could here bee elAsrsnss than "screptlhle" to the editor. She Will see ourlmrtant appreciation of there; and inch, thsre MB M BO e,aesttoa Will DO the esse Wllk Swery parent who shall peruse them. Pan tears from e etrlcktn avert. ARRAYING THE DEAD. "Toneh brlth gontl lngn, frlmdm T Is bird to know hr sleeping breathless trim On! would wo did not need to ask yoer cere But sudden grief all power to aot suspends, ; "Of ellour little hmieshold band In was the fairest oar sweet, blushing root, Just blossoming to womanhood; life's woes Had sprent no thorns to mar tbe petals bland. " Compose her llmbe to that tweet grace And modeet dignity that wae her own, 1 While they are ouplei now that the It gone, Of her late nirering eonotal all trace. Nay, clone her eyes more firmly, eo The silken fringes of the lids may shade The eighties! puplle. Te wilt not apbraid Thla fond,...

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 November 1860

Jfremontfijunial JREMONTiOIUa.,.' XSAA0 X. nr.IlI.I2J,, Editor. Friday, November 2, 1860. Republican National Ticket. For President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN rw it r iv ma For "Vioe President, HANNIBAL HAMLIN or MAINE. Electors for President and Vice President . , , , , . of the United State, Frederick Hassaurek, of Hamilton county. Joseph M. Boot, of Erie county. Ict-JJumci Benjamin r,ggiesion. 2d William M. Dickson. ..8d " 4th 5th 6 th . tth 8th 9th 10th 11th 12 th 13th 14th 15 th 16th l'7th 18th 19th 20th Slat Frank McWhinney. John Riley Knox. Dresden W. II. Howard. John M. Kellurn. Nelson Bush. Abraham Thompson. John F. Henkle. Heeckiah S. Bundy. Daniel B. Stewart. Richard P. L. Baber. John Beatty. Willard Slocum. Joseph Ankeoy. Edward Ball. John A. Davenport William K. Upham. Samuel B. Philbrick. George W. Brooke. Norman K. Mackenzie. a M u u . M Is M M U H Presidential Election Tuesday next, November 6th. Pelhwill open at 6 o'clock A.M and close at 6 o'clock P.M. Scott, Madison and Jac...

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 November 1860

Special Notices. Health t Health I Use Old Dr. DelleoUtigh Colebratod O B U M A N I M P H O V R V Mgr Oats, Anli-BUimt lAvr aad Blood Pillt, warranted purely Tegetabl. Tha best Family Pill HI bfor the public frit 25 Oal per B. Pa. Diuimtoa, Cleeelanil, Proprietor. , For Rale by C. P.. aTCULLOCH, Fremont. Fremont, April JOtti, 1800. loyl. A CAHI). Dr. Johw B. Ricr, would respectfully o aonnee that h hu raeomed the practice f Medldn and Burgery. Darin hU aheenf he hH enjoyed nnmrpaasad faclM ties, both Coile and Hospital, In th City of Phila delphia) and in th New York Ft Infirmary. fif-Oflloe.aa formerly. April ,l0O. mothers, Bead Thla. Th followlnf le an extract from a fetter written by th pastor of a Baptist Charch, to th "Journal and Messen ger," Cincinnati, Ohio, and apeak rolnmes In fnror of that world-renowned medldn Ha. Wwaiow'i Sootb tica Sraur pom Crilsrrr Tiarniirai WeeeanadTrHeraentlnyonronlnniniof Mr. Win alow' Soothing Syrnp. Now we never aald a word in fa- oar of a pate...

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 November 1860

Fremont Journal. Original-To Alice B. IhaTaloredToe, Au.r,drer, Loredyee aew for man, a yer ' lane lav wwiM be la eeln, r '..' leoue,lit e prieel ne'er theald gala. ' ' . V .And to 1 itreTe, aad strora anew, For jroa mr pivHei to aabdae... I strov to baoisb from my heart f.U ;. TbUaslseabaVt weal ne'er depart. ' ' j To that my mind from thoughts of the I ,Vn tried; Vnteh, ItoouW Botha,-, .- i My dreams were Hied with thj (air fex -Alaa, It was a hepeleae ease. And ee ,ajc,ae, ku.lt, dew,, , - ; Tell me, h it not aa I feart 1 Bar fei a lore to fir ta met ' ORONOU. Address of Hon, Abraham Lincoln at The State Pair in Wiscousin, Sept. 30th, 1859. Tho following address, delivered by Hon. Abraham Lincoln, at the State Fair of Wisconsin, Sept, 80th, 1869, indicates po cuhVly tho practical character of his mind, .!: i. : 'T!! My first suggestion is an inquiry as to tbe effect of greater thoroughness in all the departments of agriculture than now pro Tails in the northwest perhaps I might 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. — 9 November 1860

From the British Messenger. From the British Messenger. "YET A LITTLE WHILE." BY W. LEASK, D. Weary one wait I the dawn In pproftchlng; Soothe th and bint not, the day la at hand J Tha lorrow that triei thee, on Joy thnngh encroaohlog, Will mtoton thjr ionl for tha beautiful land 1 Weary on wait ! the, grief that oppnM, Tho It eomea not aa friend 4o, In friendship will tod; With the pltlleM itorm, the heart that oppreuea, The lanahlna of mercy will speedily blend. Weary one wait I the Lord thou adoreat, Watchet the progreM of grace in thy eoul ) Abhorring Intenaely the ilni thou abhorreet, He wltU to pronounce thee eTery whit whole. Then weary one wait ! thy J Kara hath wnlted Much longer forthoo, to bring thee to God; Let thy aoul which hie Spirit anew hath created, Exalt In bii friendship, and bow to hie rod 1 A little while yet, and thou wilt dfllght thee In treasurer) of happlncua pausing belief j Then let not the heat of the furnace affright thee, Thy Ood worketh gladnem eterna...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 November 1860

Jfrenwn fREftONT: OHIO. ISAAC MC. 2UQX1X.SA, Editor. Friday, NoTcmber 9, 1S60. REJOICING! Hurrah for Lincoln and Hamlin! The Republican! of Sandusky oounly re invited to moet with tie Wide-A wakes of Fremont, t the Wigwam, on Saturday, November 10th, at 1 o'clock, P. M., and participate io a Qrand Demonstration in honor of the elec tion of Lincoln and Hamlin. Freedom has triumphed ! Come and ro joice ! C. H. Burton, H. W. Buoklaho, J. Mack Lkmmok, H. R. Shomo, H. Etirktt, Committer. Fremont, Nov. 9th, 1860. ILLUMINATE! ILLUMINATE!! All Republicans are requested to illu minate their stores, buildings, dec, to-morrow evening. Let the light shine I THE ELECTION IN FREMONT, Passed off very quietly, but yet very an imated. A largo amount of hard work was done by the Republicans and by our opponents. The total Dumber of votes polled was 905, being an increase of 1 9 over the State election. The Democracy have an increase of 2 votes over their majority on the 0th of October; they confident...

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 November 1860

Health i Health t Uso Old Dr. Dollonbftugh's Celebrated K HMAN IMl'HOVRD Sifar Valid, JnU-BMmu Liver nnd Mood Pill; warranted purily vegetable. Th. bent Family rill no before the public Price SS Cl 'r flirt. I)R. Dm-uwnADoH, Cleveland, Proprietor. l or Sail-lij C. R. M'CUM.OCH, Fremont. Fremont, April Soth, 1M0. 19yl. A CAItl. Dr. John B. Ricr, wounfrospcctfully an nounce that ha has resumed the-practice of Modlclne and Surgery. DurinRhlembefnw he haa enjoyed nnaurpasacd facilities, both College end Hospital, In the City of Phila delphia; nd In Oie New Torli Eye Infirmary . fy Office, ee formerly. April 9,1800. mother, Rend This. Tlie f jltovrlng la an extract from a letter written by the naator of a BapHat Church, to the "Journal and Messen ger," Cincinnati, Ohio, and speaks volnmea In favor of that world-renowned medicine Maa. Wilow' SooTlt aKuSTRtrr ponCniLDRRff TairritiHat "We see an advertisement In your columns of Mr. Win--.low's Soothing Syrup. Now we neverenld a word In fu r...

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 November 1860

Fremont Journal. "ONLY A BEGGAR." Dowl, and duttlr th. weary day FaM Into tkt alien, put j Tbe lelebJ glistened upon th. sprae- That shtrered with cold In th. hanging Mil. The lighted linpi of tht ettr'.atreet Olowed Ilk a flend'a eje. through tht mist, Ant with thousand tongue. th pitiless eleet Like a (rood of serpent, lo.dlj hissed. In m dark slltf, away from the cold. Homeless and frlendlree tht woman crept N. on to ear. for her, now she's old On tht but itonot u tht bad whrt tht tltpt. ' N ont to look with m pitying eye. No out to notice tht (ast-fatllng tntt, Tor tht eareles. trareler harrying by. Bold "only t beggar," with laughter and Jeers. Blttplng, tht dreamed of that happitr time, Whtn hoptt wtrt high In her youthful breast Of htr childhood'! home in a hirer dime, Whtn a parent'! kit! on htr brow waa pressed 1 Dreaming, perchance, of hor huiband'a lore, Of htr children'! prattle and Joyoui laugh ; God only known, and tht angela abore, What a oup of anrrow waa hen to quaf...

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 November 1860

TTio fallowing songs were composed for the Fremont Wide-Awakoe, end sung by the Lincoln Gloe Club at tho Republican jollification yesterday evening. A SONG. EXPRESSLY FOR THE WIDE-AWAKEN OF FREMONT. AIR—Song of the Sea. When the fathers bold, tbo wide world told That freedom to man was given, From tho throne above, in mercy and lovo, The priceless gift of Heaven. Ah, ha 1 then catno War's death dealing flnroo On those patriots bold and bravo ; They turned on tho foe With a will and a blow, Their freedom and homes to save. The God of right gave us the might To beat back that haughty foe; ' And baok he fled, from the freeman's tread, Or in his goro is laid low. Ha, ha I in the right Don't fear to fight When liberty calls us out; And obey her call Men one and all . And put all tyrants te rout. Republicans truo, to you, to you, 'Such glorious cause was given; Honest Abo you know lead us to the foe, Holding our flag toward Heaven. We went you know, With him to the foe, Wo have kept that ...

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 November 1860

Jfrtmontlournal FREMONT: OHIO. ISAAC XVI. KSBX.BR, Bditor. Friday, November 16, 1860. To the People of Ohio. FmectTTTTl DuPAKTirilirT, I Coir-asce, No. 12th, 1SAO. J Dor fsUow-etUsena In larfe port on. of Kanaaa Territory art threatened with famine. All their crop have (ailed. Thetr erospeetlre da.lUntlAa It without parallel In the history of oarmantrT. The people are without the neeet asrT means to nroelde themeeWea with food for the ap proaching winter. Thetr lad eondftlon appeal, to the charity of the ha mane everywhere. Ood In III. Infinite mercy hath blaaaed the people of Ohio and ofall the flfatee ef thl. Cnion. . It not our duty, out of oar abundanee, to anpply the wanta of our brethren In Kansas' The 20th Inst., hae been net apart In many of the 9tate by the proeievation. of their reepectlTa ExecutWei for the ThanVrlrinf offerinfr. of their people, A. the Dot nrnorof thia Stat., let me recommend that contribution, be taken for the relief of the people of Kanaaa, In the eee e...

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 November 1860

Special polices. "Health t IleaUli! Uso Old Dr. DellonbsugVs Uolobratod GERMAN IMPHOVKD Sugar Coated, Jnti-BUiou$ Liter mnd Blood Pills, warranted purely vegetable. The best Family Pill now before the publle. rrfee to Cents per Ron. Dr. PKti.KMATOB, Cleveland, Proprietor. For Sale by 0. R. M'CUM.OCf I, Fremont Fremont. April 20th, 1M0. lflyl. A AHI. Dr. Johh B. Rick, would respectfully an- n ounce that he has resumed the practice of Medicine and Surgery. Boring hi abeenee he has enjoyed unsurpassed facilities, both College and Hospital, In the City, of Phila delphia; and In the New York Eye Infirmary. IfjP" Office, as formerly. April 1M0. MOTHERS, READ THIS. The fallowing In an extract from a letter written by the pa tor of a Baptist Church, to the "Journal and Messen Cincinnati, Ohio, aft 4 speaks volume In favor of that world-renowned medicine Mm. Wins low's Sooth iva Srxcr ro Cihldrbh Torniiiat "We lee an adrertlmment In your column of Mrs. Win alow! Soothing fly nip. Now we neve...

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 November 1860

Fremont Journal. The Potato, they are small, Over there, over there." -OW Sen. Mr. S-mfs-Hnw In it, neighbor Jones, that your po tatoes are to large Mid AM, while just over the fenre, on stmtiar set., mine are M small at pullets' eggs, and pre etous few at that? Mr. Jones. manured this Held with trains. Ar. S.A. 'Pshaw. All the Cincinnati hog-kllters ennlrln't sue-Dl? brains enough tot this ten-acre held. Afr. Jones. 1 used Amnmh brains, of which there are plenty. Mr. Smith Nonsense Now don't make fna of me because I'm nnlucky, and Providence ban sent yon a good erop. Mr. Jms. Providence help those wh help them aelroa. I used niv men brains on this field. Mr. Smith So did 1 mine, and they are aa good aa anr body's. Mr. Ah 1 There' the trouble. Vou know It alt Tourselfi t don't, an I get all the outitide help I can. I've cen collecting other men's brain for my land tor twenty mri, and rou see one result in tki crop. Mr. .Smith.-Yoa, I see the retult, but I don't under, tand it. Mr, J...

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 November 1860

A BEAUTIFUL POEM. The following poem ta ipokea of by the Boston Travel ler m 'on of thoM metodiotii and splrliuat lyrlca which ceaftlonally find their way Into the Hotn Journal, from tfaftiovtof Jama O. Clamr, and which are rodertnj tlie nam of thin author dear to the lovers of true poetry. If r. CtAMt, we may remark, In parentheila, wilt accom pany tht eefehrated Ohm an B. Dome la a eoa-eert soar during thli winter. The two make a oombl nation of ma. Bloat and literary talent hard to bat. LEONA. BY JAMES G. CLARK. Leona, tha hour drawi nigh, The hoar we've awaited so long, ' Tor tha angel to open a door through tha iky, That my aplrlt may break from I &a prison, and try Its tolce In an InBnlte aong. Just now, as the (dumber of night ' ' Cam o'er ma with peaee-glvlng breath, Tha curtain, half-lifted, revealed to my light ... Thoaa windows which look on the kingdom of light That borders the river of death. And a vision fell solemn and weet, Bringing gleams of a momlng-Ht land ; 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. — 23 November 1860

if jfrmtontiflunrai. VJTvEMONT: OHIO.'" XSAAO JH. EUBIB&, Editor. Friday, November 23, 1860. Thanksgiving. In accordance with the proclamation of Gov. Dennison, next Thursday. Nov. 20th, 111 Kn nK.nr iJimiKrhnnt Ohin ,Iw of Thanksgiving to God tot Lis blessings ,to us. See, also, tho recommendation of tho Governor in regard to our suffering and un fortunate fellow citizens in the Territory of Kansas. We hope a collection will be taken in all the churches of Fromont on that day. Who' will circulate a subscription among our citizen for their relief I South Carolina, Georgia, and the other rampant Southern States, still keep up their movements toward secession. It being, how ever, a kind t f chronic complaint with them, breaking out whenever they fear their dear "institution" is to be retarded in its further spread, their bluster causes but little appre hension among the reflecting minds of the people of tbe Union. The stability of this Union of States cannot be endangered by such ...

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 November 1860

. health! Ilenlthl Use dld Dr. DoIlenbaugVi Celebrated OmilMAN IMPHOVF.D SufHt Vtmltd, Jnti-Bilivat l.ivtr mm Blom PW; wanWlvd purely vegetable. Th beat Family PHI Bow before h. pwbllo. . . Prtrt 9 Onlf jwr lit, l. DiLtmitvaif, CVereland, Proprietor. For Bale by C. R. M'CULLOCH, Frtmont. Fremont, April Olh, 100. Myl. A CAUI. Dr. Jons B. Ricb, would respectfully an- lioane that he aaa resnmed the practice of Medicine and ftarjrery. Daring hla abaenr bo baa enjoyed nnanrpaaaed raollltlea, both Colter and Hnapltal, I the City of Phila delphia) and In the New Tor Eye Infirmary. jt" OH, aa former!. April 8, 160. Ifl others, Road Thl Tha following ta an extract from a tatter written by the pa tor of a Baptiit Church, to tha "Journal and Measea gar," Cincinnati, Ohio, and speaks volumes in favor of that world -ran owned medlclna Mm. Wins low's Sootb iiro 8tkvp por Childrkr TiaTniwai "We see aa advertisement In your oolumni of Mrs. Wln alow'a Soothing Syrup. Now w nerer said a word In fa vo...

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 November 1860

Fremont Journal. OHIO FARMER. 1161. - - VOL. X. 1S1. Old BtnaoxiBtM, who with to mew their anbeorlp tlonft, ran do so at any tlm,nv getting a new tubacrlbcr. and tending vita, whleh will pay far fcnth for on year. Iliibeerlptinns may wnmrm at any time, and paptra will ba sent to aa many IBeee aa desired. Prospectuses, Poatcra and Samples sent free to any ad dress. Band for Sawipl. Paper, and get op a club. Address TIIO. IIHOWN, Cleveland, O. Facts for Farmers. If yon invest monoy in tools, and then leave them exposed to the weather, it is the SJime m loaning money to ft spendthrift without security ft dead loss in both cases. If you invest money in books, nod never red them, it is the sumo ns putting your money into bank, but never drawing ei ther principal or interest. If you invest your money in fine stock, and do not feed and protect them, and pro perly care for them, it is tno same aa dress ing your wife in silk to do kitchen work. If you invest your money in choice fruits, and ...

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 November 1860

TIS SWEET TO HE REMEMBERED. BY JAMES G. CLARK. 01 'tit RWMt to he Mrnombered In tbe merry Ants of youth, While lit world inim full of brightness, And the soul retains It truth Whn our hopes are like the morning beams That flesh atoitg tha ma. And every dream wt koow of lifts Ii one of parity. Tls sweet to be remembered, As the Spring remember! earth) Spreading roses In onr pathway. Filling all oar hearti with mirth. 0 t 'til eweet to be remetnlAred In the summer time of life, Kre we reach the burning summit " With onr weight of woe and strife. To look backward throngh the shadows Where onr journey first begun. And tkt gtUtn fewrt of mtm'rf Turn thtirfwtt la fas tun. Tfi iweet to berrmeinbered Ae the breesPTemembers dayf Floating upward from tbe valley O'er the pilgrim's weary way. 0 1 'tis sweet to be remembered When our life has lost Its bloom, And every morning aun we meet May leave na at the tomb, When our youth le half forgotten. And we gate, with yearnlnga fond, From a world wh...

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 November 1860

CSS? PIIEMONT: OHIO. ISAAC M. lIXmi.HR, Sditor. Friday, November 30, 1860. The Disunion Movement. Although tho excitement at the South in roenrd to tho election of Lincoln to the Presidency baa greatly subsided, and a bet tor feeling prevailing, there i still an al kuoat universal determination among the pcoplo of South Carolina to secede from the Union at nil hazards. That that State will make tho attempt to go out of tho Union, we have not now a particle of doubt. ., In this attempt we thick she will be urged on and sustained by all the nullificrs in the South, who comprise about one fourth of the population of the States of Goorgia, Missis- sippi, Alabama, and Florida, and a loss number in all the other Slave States. Nor will this people of that Stato lack for aiders ftnd abetters in tboir treasonable designs among the Democracy hero at tho North Tbe Northern Democratic press and orn tors have done more to inflame the South- cm mind against tho free States by their systematic) mi...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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