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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 January 1861

NEW YEAIt'S GREETING TO THS rATKONS AND FRIENDS OF THE Jfrmontfounml BTT THB OAHRIER BOTT. January lnt.Jl. Q., 1561. OST weary of me Of me and mj song, Dost welcomes or not The Carries thin morn? My annual visit I surely must pay, For what would you do Without me I prnyT Tour 'happy new year' Would be incomplete, If the 'Carrier's Address' That neat looking sheet, Camn not to ynur aid Willi ahundnncc of food For critics to taste, And pronounce (of course) good. A twelvemonth's news in full . 'Tis the fjiHliion to relate, If the memory be long And the news adjudged first-rate, But when, and where, and how 8 hall my thoughts e'er divine, The things that have transpired Since eighteen fifty-nine. The tidings from afar Bringjoy to every heart, That beats in unison with thwe Who well have lxirnc their part Beneath Itulia'a sunny skies That glowed a deeper red, While on its plains those gallant sons So bravely fought and bled. The name of Garibaldi Is echoed fir and near, As ono who by hi...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 January 1861

itnral FIUftlONTj OHIO. 13 A AO Xtt. Editor. Friday, January 4, 1861. on to the TO THE PEOPLE OF OHIO. I respectfully recommend tlio observance o FRIDAY, January 4th, 1861, by the people of Ohio, as a day of Humiliation, Fasting and Pray er, in conformity with the Proclamation to that of the President of the United State of to on W. DENNISON. EXECUTIVE OFFICE, Columbus Dec. 29, 1860. OF ONE MIND. "We art happy to observe, that with a few in significant exceptions, the whole mass of the Northern people are of one mind and heart in relation to the questions trf the times. They are for the Unto and against treason. There ia now and then a foul sheet like the Mattmger that justifies rebels and encourages rebellion. Such men and such papers ought at once to take up their Una of maroh for South Carolina. If they w.r. tv.r thev would be as treasonable as even a Charleston traitor could wish, yea, they would out Herod, Herod. We advise the editor of the Memenffer to send a copy of his last ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 January 1861

Health t Health t ' Use Old Dr. Dcllonbmigu'n Colobrotod OBRMAN IMPHOVED Sugar Coated, JnU-Billtut Livr and lilted Pill; warranted purely vegetable. Tin beat Family PU1 o bsfore Uie public Vie 26 Centt per Hot. T. CtiAron, Cleveland, Proprietor. For Sale by C. R. M'CULI.OCII, Fremont. Fremont, April 20th, 180. 15jrl. A AUI. Dn. John B. Rich, would respectfully n usance tht ha has resumed tha practice of aledldn. and Snrrery. During hlsabsenee he has enjoyed nnanrpaased facilities, both College and Hospital, In tha City of Phila delphia; and In tha Now York Bye Infirmary. y Office, aa fonnorljr. April 6, MOO. mothers, Rend This). Tha following la an eatract from a letter written by tha paator of a Baptist Church, to tha "Journal and Meesen far," Cincinnati, Ohio, and apeaka roluroea In favor of thatworldrenowned medicine Mm. WliesLOW! SooM iKuStaur roaCniLnRisTiiTnimi: , "We eea an advertisement In jrour column of Mrs. Win low'a Soothing Sjrup. Now wa never anld a word In fa Tor of a...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 January 1861

:x I s c i: Ju 1j a x i: oca 1 Thb Amalgamation or Lahocaoss. There In a growing U-n lt in v In ti-U -ere to appropriate tlRt nomt etprres.ve wt v! t.f uther lrtngtiages, and after a ft WhlTe M I noorr :; :e U: m intfi mirr; tbus the werd Ceehnltej wltkb t fiuio the Grevfc, sonifying ''for tb head, hi po cCf.ntliS; pnptilfsriif-d In eonttectlna with Vr. MpaliUng'i a;rpit headache remetH. but It will imn be nerd to a more general way, a! the word Cephalic will beenme as common as Electrotype and many o liter wboit distinction u foreign words ha been warn away ey com BtoA ags until Ihsy Mta ."native, and tbeananof Worm.- 'ardlf Ucallzcd Hi m1 n VniMe Vsitache this hsltemnon, hand I Stepped into the hapotlMOarlee, bati a til to Itie nun, "Canyon htm me hot an Va-laehcf" "Does It haeh 'an) says V. 'llexreedlr-gly, ems hi, hend wjion tht gar me a Cephalic rin, hrtnd poM roe unor it cured mete ouick that 1 'ardly raluu t ad au an vauacue. STIIbadachs is tho fnvorUo aign lv whkh nature mak...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 January 1861

THE GREAT QUESTION. The following extract we have condensed from the great miM of matter pertaining to the groat question of the time, from our exchangee: , Mr. Douglas made a apoech in the Senate bet Wook, charging the Republican party with being author of the Secession. This is rather tUsnr and moaner than is Usual for Mr, PougUs. He raip;ht Just as Well ebargo Uie Republican with defeating hira in the Charleston Convention It ll certain that the ma ewho there gave him his quietus, are no leading the Cotton Bevolution. Wouldn't it be well for Mr. Douglas, consider ing how Air he ie advanced ia life, and how all hiehopce in this world are annihilated, to do- Vote thereat of bli existence to telling thetrutht '- I) Guides, what he now my is only plagiarited . from Mr. Buchanan. He certainly ought to be ashamed of that He failed to meet the reapon ' aibility of the South Carolina case at all. Hia political followers are much dissatised with this position; -The people may thnnk God an...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 January 1861

hjrinj3ntflwrimlj .. , . fremonts onio. ! : 18 AAO M. KQZlIiSIl, Editor .1 Friday, January 11, 1861, THE NEW VOLUME. With this number w commence another - ... - - .... . nmeol.tM jrkMOKt vorawfc.. w win nere in.e occasion mi kiv. orivi vwu ui una uwuvr . i r -1 i . i r . i : from its first, or original founder, until the pres ent time. With all our inquiries we cannot' make it as eomplete as ws could wish; in the main, however, it is correct. . . . The Lover SandtiiHg QauUe, wm the first pa per issued here, and its editor, David Smith, com menced its publication in July, 1829. It was a dingy sheet, 17 by 2l inches; and waa, no doubt, looked upon as a great enterprise for this section ! af wlldahiess coaatryv It publication was not regular but was issued according as the occasion and news required, aud under two or three dif ferent publisher. The ZomcT Samliui i 2'imr, succeeded it in in 1837, edited aud published by A. G. Wuiri; Prrra Yatks suceeding Mr. Whitb. . In May, 1839, Clakk...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 January 1861

joccil polices. Health! Health! Uso Old Dr. DellonbAuglia Colobmtod K n M A N IMPHOVKD Mmgmr CotUt JnJiKiliou Liwr and Btood kUU, warranted purely vegetable. Tha beet Family Fill bow before the publle. Prie9A Ctmt$ pot Mom Dr. t)tLLi5BAV0nt Cleveland, Proprietor. For Sale by 0. R. HTULLOCII, Fremont Fremont, April 20th, 1880. 18yl. A CA1KI). Dr. Joint B. Rich would respectfully nn- ' Bounce that ha haa renumrd the practice of Medicine and Surgery, During hUabeence be bai enjoyed nnmir panted faemtboth College and noapltal. In the City of Phila delphia! and In the New Tork EyetoBnnary. 7 Offloa.aa formerly. April 8, 18fl0. ItlothorN, Road This The fallowing ll mm extract from It letter written by the paator of ft Bapttit Chorth, to the "Journal and Ueaeen ger" Cincinnati, Ohio, and ipeake rolnmea In faror of that world-renowned medicine Mm. Wiwaiow's oot iwo Strut rot Cuanm Ta arm not 'We tee an advert laement in your column of Mr. Win rIow'i Soothing 8 nip. Now we sever eat d a word...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 January 1861

Fremont Journal. A Southern Letter. Tbe) following exlrnet from ft privRta lit ter, (ltod Doc. 23d, from no important .town in Alabama, has been comnwuieatod ' to 6 for publication. Wo liav noon tbo Original, and can vouch for tlia perfect good faiib of the writer. JV. T, Tribune. , "V are seeing terrible timoa hero. I oannot begin to tell jou half how bad things re. . They are hanging up all the Black Repablicana, and all the nogroe who are influenced bv them, by the dozen. They do not take time to tar and feather them, (the mon) but string them right up, and let the female Abolitionists take the tar and feathering. One young lady from the North, who came out here as a teacher, had to pass through this ordoal a few dnys since. Yesterday they caught one of these Abolitionist emissaries, and put bim in barrel with his feet upward, and rolled him into the Alabama River. Did not that servo him rlchtl "Indeed, things are como to such a pass that people are afraid to lie down in bed at n...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 January 1861

' "THE TEAR OP PLENTY. Tho'GofodTimeComing!; NEVER BEFORE Id the history of eur enpntr, ha th UVor-of tH-hnnban'1mK-hM Hm0t boaWiaHy. mmi 4 fwwai.; Wi -lv k Hwimp" to bwlitnd no Bert, on In rt(rrt to OMp,Dd tHN 090 t known M th r-vnjoo of Olilo, Fremont It iwv 1 In Rndii(ikT county fi yearly InmanlnK In vftlut. In viw aj all thett eiunytUucM. 1 barn, datermlnat U Fall and Winter Sales T orrimxo Tn mru A ,,tSTQCKjOF'GQQDSt UVH befort equaled In thle market for Size, .- "Hf ' - - B()(i cheapness J 4 wtat It understood that M I stick te tha . . , Kcnujy X'ay Syenj, I cannot bo Undersold 1 Iteanowreeervlng innt ' PUVNDID .SgOfiXiiENT OF Fall and "Winter Dress Goods I 5 'FiBKilMMefioos,. ' ' Alpeccas, DoLninos, ' .'and -Parnmettas, lo which I oU special attention, and will sell at Astonishingly ' Low Figures I Ladles, const aad at for yourstlvea. I have got tht BlUUJiSl' riLiE 1JN XUWJN I Of French, i English, and American Prints, tat eery lateet atylee, and at all print from tliptnca to...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 January 1861

Jfrtmontlounral FREMONT: OHIO. XSAAO XVX. XZX.X1I.BaX, Editor. Friday, January IS, 1861. Acknowledgments. We bare received Oongrcwional favors from Sons. Johk Oasbt andJoHM SnniiAM. j Aim, from Hon. F. IX Paish and Chablks Powias, of the Ohio Legislature. Governor's Message. Owing to the great amount of newt afloat, which we were anzioui to lay before our read era, we are unable to conclude thoOovernor'e mes sage thia week. Bad we known our worthy Governor would hare been fto lengthy, we should hare aent to Cleveland and had the message printed in an extra, at did the editor of the Aftt- This is the Sentiment. la the V. 8. Senate, January ttb, Davisr. Clau, of New Hampshire, offered a reenljtlon which, white oth er men ere talking of oampromleea, sxprses eleerlj end euvbwlnfly the trae policy of tbe country, in regard to the padding troubles Resolved, That the provisions of the Constitution are ample for the pieosnattoa of the Unloa and the protec tion of all the material Interests ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 January 1861

Special Notices. Health t Health t Use Old Dr. Dollenbaughs Celebrated ORItMAN IMPHOVKD 9agm Ootid, Jnti-mUiu Hot ' KI4 Mil, .rarraatlaiir.1r Taptatla. Th. s Famllf Till lew Won lb. aaklls. Dm. DnuitBAOaa, CI.t.Ib4, Proprietor. rr Sal. by 0. R. ITCU LLOCB, Fr.rn.nt. Frmoat, April th, 1M0.-1jL . A CAIID. Dr. Joiih B. Itic5 would respectfully n- mM that h. ass l th. nctie of Msdldn aoi Srtrr. Darlns; hilar, oo. h ha. .njiyl nnmrpMWd fkolimws hath ColKtt Bo Hospital, In th Citj of rhtla tolphlag aaa In th N. Tork Ejr Innraarr. XT OMM, M fornMrlf. Aprtl , IMa. mothers, Head Thin. Th fillawlns It in axtraat from a ltUr written by th aaator of Bapttut Charch, ta th "Jorl and apr," CtaalaaaU, OM, and peak Tolums. In fkTorof thatworld-naovatd mKllriira Visa. Wimwrw's or llaaSTMr roa Child. bs TssTBisa: WasMaaadT.rtlB.ra.fit In Tfrar columns of Hra. Wln at.Va Soothing Synp. .Now nrrnl4 a word In fa Tor ot , pttUnt Mc4dn tutor, tn onr lift, bnt reel MmMllad to y t toot read. that thta la no 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. — 18 January 1861

Fremont Journal. President's Message. To tfit Senate and of FcprtMnlttfirt: At the opening of your present osion, I call ' oS enr attiwrtion t th rlMiper which Ihfwit enml tho mtenre f tlrr Union. 1 pxpresspi! opinion ffroly cotirnmiiu? Hip original cause uf tnosei riangpr, ami mxiraiimniiwi sum measures as 1 beliuvcti would have tho rIFoct nf tranquil I .tains; tha country esvinir it from th peril in which it had been lioejlossly and moot unfor tunately thrown. The opinions and rreommeniliition I do not propose now to repeat. My own conviction upon the whole aubjrTt remain um-.h.'iiiirorl. ''The mit tliat a Rreat calamity hot iiupi'iulinjr over the nation was, even at that time.at knowl edged, by evwy Intelligent citizen. Jt had nl reaily made itself felt throughout the length and breadth of the land. The necessary consequen ts of the alarm thna produced were most dc- , plorable. i Imports fell off with a rapidity never Knowu before, except in time of wtir, in the his " tory of our...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 January 1861

TILE YEAR OF PLENTY. The Good Time Coming! NEVER BEFORE la the history of our oentrr. fafivt th labor of tb hnbnrlmftii b tOfbrvnM fully rV, ihn tM prtwinit. Th "Bltvk Swamp" 1i bblnd no teefioii In rurd t orofHi, nd will oon b knows m th mrden of Ob to. Jrroont to Ira proving M Hit m an tnww In th fttaU, m1 '7 fans In Sandmkf ennntj U jearljr InorMklng In Tain. In Tlwof all Uiestclroumatano, I bar datarmlntd U 6pntht Fall and Winter Sales it orraaiao m iona A , STOCK OF GOODS! uvar before equaled la thli msrkst for , Quality, . na unoapness i t wax II understood that u t tttck to lb , , , Ready Pay System, t cannot bo Undersold I I mb now receiving b moat SPLENDID . ASSORTMENT , OF Fall and Winter Dresi Goods ! French Marino) ? -.'..' . .. AlpaccM, ,' - i DoLaincs, .- and PammetUs, to which I aall special attention, and will nil at Astonishingly Low Figures ! Ladle, eon and tee far yourselves. I hav. got th. PIGQEST PILE IN TOWN-! Of French, ' ; !'; English, ( and American Prints, ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 January 1861

Jfitntontflitnral FREMONT: OHIO. X8AA0 XVI. &CBLS11, Editor. Friday, January 25, 1861. Five of Them. W hart noir to add aaother to the lift of M- Mdin States, On tha aftrmoon of the 19th. Georgia penaaxl the ordinance ef tecenion by ay 318; nayi 89. Tha traitorous and rebellion States are South Carolina, Miasinippt, Alabama, Florida and Georgia. Horschel V. Johnson, candtdata for Vice President on the ticket with Stephen a Donglaa, was a member of tha Geor gia Conrentioo, and aigned the ordinance. Tha reported erection of a battery at Vickburgh,on the Mississippi river, to bring steamboats to, in ordor that they might be over hauled, has been confirmed by (he Memphis papers. A battery of four guns u erected according tq the order of the Governor of Mississippi, and a number of steamers have been brought to, and question' d as to their chnracter, dec. How long such an indignity will be submitted to by a free people, remains to be seen. We sup pose it is eminently right and proper...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 January 1861

Health t Health t Um Old Dr. Dellonbfuigh's Colobrated O E II M A N IMPHOVKD Sugar Coolti, Jnlt-Hiltnu Livtr and Bitot Pillt, warranted pnrely rentable. TIM bast Farnlls- Till now pafora the publle. Vies-Jl ls r" Boo, Da. DtLLMBAOoa, Clerelanrl, Proprietor, For Sale br 0. K. M'CUI.I.OCH, Trtmont. rnmx,, April 0tb, 1M0.-I6yl. A CAUU. Dr. Johh B. Ricb, would respectfully n- oance that ha has renamed the practice of Medicine end Surgery. During hte absence he hu enjored nnsurnassed fSclHtles,bolh Collet and Hosplul, In the City of Phila delphia; and la the New York Eye Infirmary, tjf" Ollloe, ae formerly. April 6, ISM. mothers, Read Thin. Th f jllowln, It as extract from a letter written by the tutor of a Baptist Church, to the Journal and Measen ger," Cincinnati, Ohio, and epealie rolnraea In for of that world-renowned medicine Maa. Wimtow'a Sooth IM Sraor roi Cuunn Taarnmoi " We see an adnrtlaement In your eoluntneof If t. Win law's Soothing Bjrr.p. Now we nerer wld a word In fa ear ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 January 1861

Fremont Journal. L.ttir from Viroiwia. From a lotler received by gentlerrmn of ihii city, from relative In Eastern Virrriuia, native of that Suite, now living there, gentleman Lighly accomplished, and holding an official position of Touch importance married, too, to a Virginia lady e are permitted to make the following cxtracta: .Dec. 24. 1860. "Mr Dcar F : I have just received a letter from II. He says he has just received a letter from you in which you say Ton do not rczret bavmir voted tor Lincoln I hop not. After the Intolerable bullying awagger and arrogant rigmarole of South ern Conjrreaamen for yeara past, retry Norther man with a loul large tnough to fill a milliard seed owtd it to himself to vote for the JVortnern candidate. As to ail the chattering about sectionalism, what is the simple fact! Ia not Slavery a "sectional" institution f And has it not been the source of all our trouble from the beginning f The truth is, that every year bas witnessed somo new phase of Slaver ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 January 1861

fitment 'Jc muaL iiiXT UA, TChWJAir KVUNING, JANUARY , 1861, THE UNION OF THE STATES—THE MAJORITY THE UNION OF THE STATES—THE MAJORITY MUST GOVERN—IT IS TREASON TO SECEDE —MILLIONS FOR DEFENSE: NOT ONE CENT FOR TRIBUTE! SPEECH OF HON. J. M. ASHLEY, OF OHIO. IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, JAN. 17, 1861. Tli Bout being In th Constants of th Whol on th ilM at th Union Mr. ASHLEY Mid: Mr. Charman: For mor than a'qnarter of a century, the citizens of the fre Shim of thi Union, powerful in Dumber, Indomitable in en ergy, superior In wealth and onltnre, have sub milted to the constitutionally expressed will of the people; end a lew thousand Slav owners of the Booth, In the name of the Dsmooracy, have dictated end controlled the policy of the General Government. The constitutionally expressed will of the people ia again deolared; and the parties which hare been defeated are called upon to assent to the adoption of the policy of the fathers in the inauguration of the just sway of freedom i...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 January 1861

n of ths Fres Stats hit swiit comll.Tr ltt or metre of Ihna sonliern State, to Hut trt a ' legal tad peaceful manner the constitutions illy . ( a Boh law, but they aav not only never b0 -, permitted to dn m, hut gentlsmea of distinction, ' who hsva visiied ths southern State for that .' pnrpose, have bea driven from ths Sonth by ' mob. Thar nver ha been, and I think t may - safely T there unr will be, (nets an outrage - etommlttsd by tha eitliana of ny of th Free . State on a southern mo. whom Btst might , lend north on such a mission. Asy gentlewtaa whom th authorities of southsru Btets may choose to commission to a 7r Stain, or who may omt of bl own will and pleasure to leal the constitutionality of sny f onr lawa, whether ' they be our " personal liberty bills," or any others will ba rt reived and treated aa a gentleman. Aaa tha dreiaion of our' htehest judicial tribunal, whether In accordance with onr Tlawi or B0t,wlll ba atrlotly and in cood faitb obeyed. Tha Legislature of my ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 1 February 1861

' Trite year or PLENttr. Ttie'Gdod tattle Coining! NEVER. BEFORE in the history of our oonntry, bit th lbar 'of the Innftanrtraeev.toH'n rmr fcmrnttrnMy aw.rdd than the present. Ta ''ftii'k Swamp" Is bhind no section in repard lo crone, end wtll ono te known m Ihe "" of Oalo. 1 seawall is Im pnTlnM fiAt Many town In th flldf, Vld rery farm In Sandueky cnonty lit yearly Increasing In Tslne. In view oUII theM eircusustanats, I liaro dvurnlMd U open the . Fall and Winter Sales t ormmno m non a STOCK OF GOODS t oarer before equaled In thli market for Size, v.-; nality,-. ,,v . ; , and Cheapness 1 1 want It nuderitood that as I (tick to the ' . i : Ready Pay System, , , I cannot bo Undersoldl Iamnow reeclr'lhgainoBt SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF Fall and Winter Dress Goods ! Frtnfcn MeriWos, "'' ' ' , Alpaceas, DoLainos, and Pftrkmettas, to which I call special attention, aad will aell at Astonishingly Low Figures t Ladles, TOtne and toe for yoorselrea. 1 hare got the BIGGEST PILE IN TOWN I Of ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 1 February 1861

.nwntlonnral FREMONT: OHIO. IIAAO Itt. SBBX.S&, Bditor. Friday, February 1, 1861. Our Extra. W Issaean Kate to-diT,OT0Llnln, theable speech -if ' Rob, Jit. M. tniiT. Mail In th Hnose at Represents tin, a th ltth of ;irr. W Mk for It att-atlve awraeal. Th (atraalso contains ths special aleesa; l th rrwlawnt, together with Telegraph Reports, ke. Justice at Last. Kansas is now one of the State" of the Union. The Bill a amended by the Senate, admitting her into the Union, paamd the House on the 38th, by 117 ayea, to 43 nays. Another atari added to the galaxy of free States. The PreaU . sent returned the bi'l to Congress on the 30th, with hia name attached. Martin P. Convey, , came forward and waa aworn aa the Represen tative of that State, tier Senators have not yet been chosen. Louisiana Gone-Tally Six. ' OaSatanlay,JaD.2th, at about 1 o'clock P. V. MI'S LOUISIANA passed the bill ef eeceS'lna, and consider herself oat of tha Union. Tlia fare of passing amnion frills ira think la ae...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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