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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 1 February 1861

Health 1 Health! Um Old Dr. Dellonbangb' Celebrated GERMAN IMPllOVKD CmUI, .JnH-Billew Lift mnd Blood Hill, warranted pnrelr vegetable. The thtt Fantlljr Hill before the yablle. Prleott Ctn($ pft But. D. DiiLi!fACO, Cleveland, Proprietor. rr s.i. by c, . trcuLLOcit, rwti rnmnnt, April tOth, 1TO0. I7- A CAKD. Dr. Johh B. Rice, would rwipectfully nn- that he ha. roamed th. practice ef Medicine and ao.rg.rr. Daring nl.aMenee ne na. eiyo, nii r..UIUea.both College and no.plul, In the City of Phila delphia; and In the New York Eye InHrmary. tJT onoe, a. formerly. April , WO. mothers. Read Thin. The fallowing It an .itrect from a letter written by the aator of Baptlrt Chnreh, to tbe "Journal and Keesen er." Cincinnati, Ohio, aad ipeaki Minnie. In favor of that world-renowned medlclne-Mae. WliritOfTt SooTaV nra Stitof rot. Oildrix Ta-irmnoi Woaoeanadrertteement Inyooreolnmn.of Hit. Win low'a Boolhlng Syrmp. Now we nerereaid a word In fa or of a patent medicine before In onr lire, but w fee...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 1 February 1861

Fremont Journal. The Evergreen Mountains of Life. BY JAMES G. CLARK. Thermal land Nr away 'mid the stars, w sr. told. Where the, hnuw lint llieeorrowa ff lime; , Whim the pur wate ra wander through valleys of gold, And IHe It a treasnr. sublime Tie the Ifind .f oar God, 'til th. ham. of tht tool, Wh.r. agee of splendor .ternelly roll- Vbm tht way-weary trnvt'er reach., bis goal, Ca theavsraTMaasaaatalnaaf lift. Oar tm as. sot Mar to that asaullrai land, &atoor visions har. tolJ of Itabllsa, And oar aoola by the gala from lla gardens art fanDCd, Wnsa wa faint In thacserta of this. And wa aomaitaira have longed for Its hr!j repee., Wh.a our aplrlta wara tora with tenptationa and wo. And wa'ra drank from tho tide of th rlrar that flowa From threrargreen mountains of Ufa. 0 1 tba atara narar tnsad the bine heavans at night fint wa think whera tha imnaoined hare trod. And tha dsy navor ami lea from hla palate of light, But wa feel tba bright anil, af onr God. W.ara trarollng homeward...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 8 February 1861

TIIE YEAR Of PLENTY. The Good Time Coming 1 "MT.VpU BEFORE in the history of our Xl ountry, hM th Ubor of th hnubftn-iroaii bwo tnnr bnnntirnltr nimrtlod thiin th prwont. Th "HI.- 8wmp" n behind no nwttnD In njrird to ernpn, and will noon b known m the gnnlen of Ohio. Fremont in tm- rrnTlncM fiwt Mruij town In the flttt, nrn ttj farm n RnnHiiakv pmtn.v It, voarlv tnrrMt.n.T tn Tftlnrt. In view of all these clrcuniBUncM. 1 hT determined to open the . . Fall and Winter Sales BT OFTORIWa THK WOPL1 A STOCK OF GOODS never before eqnaled Id tuts market for Size, Quality, .- . bdJ Cheapness I I vast it undrmtood that aa 1 itlck to tha Heady Pay System, I cannot bo Undersold ! I am now receiving a most SPLENDID. ASSORTMENT OF Pall and Winter Dress Goods Frenab Merinos, . ; Alpaccas, - 1 DoLnines, and Faramottas, to which t call special attention, and will aelt at Astonishingly Low Figures I Ladles, eome and aae- for yourselves. I have got the BIGGEST PILE IN TOWN ! Of French, English, and 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. — 8 February 1861

Jfrfinmitfmmral FREMONT: OHIO. XSAAO X. XHQHX.BB., Editor. Friday, February 8, 1861. MOTTOES FOR THE DAY. "I will suffer death before I will eonaent, or arlvine my friends to consent to any concession or compromise which looks like buying the privilege of taking possession of the Govern ment to which we have Constitutional right; because, whatever I might think of the merit of the various proposit ions before Congress,! should regard any concession, in the face of menace, as the destruction of the Government itself, and a consent on all bands that our system shall be brought down to a level with the existing dis organized state of affairs in Mexico. But this thing will hereafter be, as it is now, In the hands of the people; and if they desire to call a Con vention to remove any grievances complained of, or to give new guarantees for the permanence of vested rights, it is not mine to oppose." ABRAHAM LINCOLN. "Inauguration first; adjustment afterward." [SALMON P.CHASE. "And now, Sir,...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 8 February 1861

Special Notices. A CAItI. Dr. John B. Rich, would rcapeclfully an nounce that b. hu reomed the practlo. of Medicine and 8arr,ery. During til. absence he hai enjoyed iin.tirpa.aed faellltle.,both CollC(re and Hnapltat, In tin City of Phila delphia) and In the Now York Eye infirmary. ty Office, aa formerly. April ,18H0. Mother, Rend This. The f.llowInK la an eitractfrom a letter written hjr the paator of a Baptlrt Chnrfh, to the "Journal and Me.aen jer," Cincinnati, Ohio, and apeakl Tolumea In faenr of that world-renowned modlclnaMn. Wmsiow'! Sooth mo 8t"p for CnriDiiMt TsiTitmm "We aeo an adrertlaement In jronr columni of Mra. Win low'a 8oothlng Syrop. Now we nerer .aid a word In fa Tor of a patent medicine before In onr life, hut we feel onipelled to aajr to your reader, that thin la no humbug Wi HaVl TRIED IT, AKD KMOW IT TO III ALL IT CLAIMS. It la probably one of the moat iuceeful medicine, of the dr, becau.e It la one of the beat. And thoae of jour reader! who hare babies oao't ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 8 February 1861

Fremont Journal. From the Boston Transcript. A Word for the Hour. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. The firmament WaIcs itp. In black FclipM) Light light (rMW out. One evil ntnr. Luridly glaring tbrnugh the tinoVe of war, Aa in tbn drvnn of tlm Apoealyfrnp, Draga othora down. Let nanot weakly weep Nor rna.ily Mirealon. Give ua grace to kerp Our faith and patience; wherefore ahould we leap On one hand into fratricidal High Or, on the other, yield eternal right, Frame lie of law, and f?ood and ill confound? What fear we? Hafe on Freedom's vantage ground Our feet are planted; let n therefore remain In unrevenguful calm, no means untried Which truth can aanction, no just claim denied, The aad spectator of a auiciae I They break the liuka of Union; ahall we light Tho firea of hell to wold anew tho chain? Draw we not even now a freer breath. At from our shoulders falls a load of death Loathsome as that the doomed Mezeutiua bore? Why take we up the accuraed thing again? Pity, forgive, bat nrge them bac...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 15 February 1861

THE TEAR OP PLENTY. The Good Time Coming! NEVER BEFORK in tho history of our eonntrr, hu th labor of th hoban1man bn mora bnnntirulW iwHH than th prwnt. Th "1)1- fc Bwimp" I behind no nation In rvnrd lo enp, and will onn b known at th frdn of Ohio. Fremont I lm- IirOTlnfM fnnt Mny town Id th 8Ut, n. vrj farm n flsttifl.tiifc t count ia vAarlw itirrt. In value. In tIw of all tket cl'rcumaUncca, I kv dtern..Dd to ln th Fall and Winter Sales T ormnTHo th nopti a STOCK OF GOODS I Vjtrer before equaled In this market for Size, Quality, and Cheapness t I want It andtntood that aa I stick to th Heady Pay System, I cannot bo Undersold! lam now receiving a most SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF Tall and Winter Dress Goods ! French Merinos, Alpaecas, DoLniucR, and Paramattas, to wblch t call special attention, and will tell at Astonishingly Low Figures ! Ladle, eome and aot Tor yourselves. I have got Uia BIGGEST PILE IN TOWN 1 Of French, English, and American Prints, the verr latest styles, and at all p...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 15 February 1861

jfrmontjounral FREMONT: OHIO. X8AA0 m. KUBLEB., Editor. Friday, February 15, 1861. MR. LINCOLN. We give in our paper this' week a very full and IntcrARtinK account of Mr. Lincoln's trip to wards Washington, up to tlie time we goto press. No man, since the day of Andrew Jackson, has been more enthroned in the hearts of the peo ple than is Mr, Lincoln, And never, since then, has any man met with such hearty and over whelming demonstrations of attachment from them. He is undoubtedly the man for the hour, and we belive the confidence of the people in him has not been unworthily bestowed. We direct the attention of the reader to the account we give in another place, Tennessee for the Union. Ttaa report, from Nashville, to the 12th Indicate that the Union candidate, have a majority of 10,000 and up ward!. But two KMBslonUta were elected In the State. What I. better still, the declared by over 20,000 not to . hold a State Convention. Honor to the loyal Tenne.ee' an., the patriotism and fir...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 15 February 1861

A CAUI. Dr. Jons B. Hicb, would respectfully an- uonnr that h. has resumed th. practice of Medicine and Surgery. Daring hie abenr he hu enjoyed unsurpassed faeHllles, both College n1 Hospital, In tin CltJ of PblL d.tphla; and In the N.w Turk Kt. lnflrmarr. y Offlee,asformerlj. April 8, IBM. Health! Health! Uso Old Dr. Dellonbrtugh' Oolobrrtted O BUM AN TMPUOVKD Sugar Coated, Anti-Bilious lAoer and Plied Pill; warranted pnreljr Tegetable. Th. bent Frail Pill now before tbe public Pria 28 Ctnti per Box. Dr. Psllehbacuh, Cleretand, Proprietor. For Sale by C. B. M'CUM.OCH, Fremont, Fremont, April 30th, 1880. llijrl. mother, Head Till". Th. following ii an extract from a letter written if the putor of Dip) I it Church, to the "Journal and Messen ger," Cincinnati, Ohio, and speaks yolumei In faror of that world-renowned medicine Mug. Wit,ow'g Sooth IKoSiaurroRCniLDRin Tiithixo: "We nee an adTertlsemont In your oolumnsof Mrs. Win low'e Soothing Syrup. Now we nerersald 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. — 15 February 1861

Fremont Journal. From the Hartford Courant. To Eventful Carver of J. Buchanan. Vlrn ar6il hlatarr of -hatha did an ahatht didn't, Toav'her with ft brl-f and ntnllrttt alatwriMit of how H arorkrd. To ta tuna to tha tana of th hart-rndfnt nil taarrnl rbaanmt, f the lata Mr. VUUklna art hla batrothed Imt unfortnaata Oinah t IMrMlnclcrf OrnHir. Cffma (rtra m vrtnr ft-,vaar wlilla dotrtl ff Mr. Bachanaa whoo-oon ,nu know well; Of tha rno-aod and a-yi?il Which ha hath dona. For h bu done both, hta Baehaa-a-lnn. Okmrmtta t rol, rt U ni, (togataar with olhr rl tu nU.) II O.aaraJ Cktwmttar f J. B. fla Had hit hook and ha Had on hla biiaat, H. Had aray war bat atill fnand ha do reat Hit temper waa vaxad, hla character foaa, And a pitiful run) wfta Btiehan-aton. Chant Rl In (aa before ) HI Haw liau Tain ta u TUigtt. ffra ha waa .laetod, ha .aid, don't yon aaa, The nlvera ahoo Id not haea the tejrlto-rea. But when he waa Prealilent, darn hla old akin. Ha did all he could for to act Ultra nil la...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 22 February 1861

TIIE ! YEAR OP PIJCNTY. The Good Time Coming NEVER BEFORE in tha bistory of country, tiM th. labor of th. huabanriman mow bonnllfullv awarded thn th. present. Tin "Blark Swamp" la beht.d no section la repard to cropa, and Bonn be known aa the garden of Ohio. Fremont ia E roving fast aa any (own In the State, and every i Sandueky county ll ye arly loereaslng In vein.. In view of all thess circumstances, lhava determined opt tho Fall and Winter Sales IT orrnmira rn rnopt A STOCK OF GOODS Ht barer, equaled In thll mrint fo ' Size, Quality, and Cheapness 1 I want It und.ratood that u I ftlck to tho Ready Pay System, I cannot-bo Undersold! Xam now receiving a moat SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP PaU and Winter Dresa Goods ' French Merinos, Alpaccas, DoLaines, ' and Parameltss, to wbloh t eall special attention, and will eell at Astonishingly Low Figures ! Ladies', come and see for yourselves. I hare got th. ' BIGGEST PILE IN TOWN ! Of French, English, and American Prints, tho varr latest styles, ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 22 February 1861

tZZlSJ!LLli.l : Jfitmontfounwl FREMONT: OHIO. ISAAC Vt. XIJBI.HR, Editor. Friday, February 22, 1861. Movements of Mr. Lincoln. HIS JOURNEY TOWARDS WASHINGTON. , ; W regret exceedingly that we are unable to gire a full, or ercn respectable abstract, of the peaches and history of Mr. Lincoln's trip to 'Washington; to do mo would fill the column! of two or three papers) like onre. We shall only jay that the reception of the President elect at rerj city, town and railroad station, has sur tassed sny thing erer before witnessed in this country, in numbers and magnificence. His rsoeptions on the whole route has been a com plete OTation. At Columbus, Pittsburgh, Cleve land, Erie, Buffalo, TJtica, Albany, New York city, and the intermediate points, thou aanda and tens of thousands, of the people turned out to welcome the man who has been chosen the Chief Magistrate of the nation by a vote of Boar two millions of freemen. Of the numer ous speeches made by Mr. Lincoln, we can find Toora but f...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 22 February 1861

A OAltU. Dr. John B. Rice, would respectfully n- taonno that h hs r.somd th prsetle of Medicine and 8re;err During his sbeeneah has enjoyed nnsnrpeseed facilities, both College and Hospital, In the Clt of Phila delphia and In th New York Er Infirmary. trgW-Offlc, a formerly. April ,leo. Health! Health! Uso Old Dr. Dellonbugb' Celebrated O E R M A N IMPHOVKD Srgar Cafes', JnU-Biltoul lAvtr rnni Blood Pillt, warranted pnrely yegetabl. Th belt rmlly Pill now Won Hi publl. PrietU Cwnti per J?. Da. DittEifiAOoa, Clsrtland, Proprietor. . for Sail by C. R. M'CULI.OCH, Fremont. Fremont, April 20th, 1M0. 15)1. mother, Head Thin. Ths following li n utraot from a letter written by the pastor of a Daptlat Church, to th "Joornal and Messen ger," Cincinnati, Ohio, and speaks rolumes In faror of that world-renowned modiolus Maa. Wiksiow's 8oot so Staur ro Childfss TarraiKa: "We see an edrartlsemenl in ynnr column of Mr. Win alow'a Soothing Syrup. Now wo new ald a word In fa vor of a paUnt medleln ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 22 February 1861

Fremont Journal. 8 a. SimowKtm, in a ftoteaeeompanjlne; tnm fbllowlne' fbvit eeurne flee.lhe aatheatMt at tk earloue feci UUi I II I AUNT MARY'S CAT. Aant Mary'. t three enewj klttene bad, Plarfnl end fct ekta fey. Ha, Hilt woulrl sport, ne art tliernellme1 itj.ni herhaea, at-l spreaa) ' 1 sWrJewain foil. theme-a)d when she m Her mlatraaa mm that way, would proudly show Hr darling, purring wllk Intense dtlhr ft But on. tu missing ana QrlmaJkla ran. Searching each nook with frantic aafartwia. Garret and parlor, enfa, box and bed, Calling bar baby wltk a aaoaroful cry, And questioning aaeb creator, that aha met, la hut at-Unfae; eloquently ihrlU. Aid then aha left Uia hoaaa. Two hour eauaaed by, When dragging bar loat traarar by tha seek, Bar kaad bald high to ah at tar It from ham, Sha Joyoua laid It with bar alatara twain. Who mewed loud-welcome, and with raptured aaal Waebe'd aadra-waah'd Ita yelret face and pawa. It had kaan treated to a laity'a ear. By my aunt Mary, out of pare g...

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 March 1861

THE YEAR OP PLENTY. . The Good Time Coming! NEVER BEFORE in the history of our country, hu th labor of the hufihan'lmiin mora bountif ully awarded than the jiroNpnt, The "Him k ftwump" 1 behind no nttlnri in rrtrard to cropA, and will fon be known ai the garden nf Ohio. Fremont la lm rrnvinvaa flint aaany town in the SUtft, and Trj farm n Sandusky county la yearly Inrrpnnin (n value. In Tiewotall thoaecircumatanoeB, I hart determined t opon tht Fall and Winter Sales T orraawo tm rxori.1 A STOCK OF GOODS navtr before equaled la till market for Size. Quality, and Cheapness I 1 want it understood that ai I stick to the ICcndf Pay System, I cannot bo Undersold! I am now nwtvlng a moat SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF Fall and Winter Dress Goods 1 French Merinos, Alpaccas, DoLaines, and Paramettas, to which I call special attention, and will sell at Astonishingly Low Figures 1 Ladles, come and aoe for yourselves. I have got the BIGGEST PILE IN TOWN 1 Of French, English, and American Prints, the 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. — 1 March 1861

jfrenwntlounml FREMONT: OHIO. ISAAC XVX. SBSLEU, Editor. Friday, March 1, 1861. The Plot to Assassinate Mr. Lincoln. The regular correspondent of the Cincinnati GajeUe, who attended the rremaemiai parxy 10 ( says the plot to assasinato Lincoln ; tm discovered aa follows: "Vague biota of the plot wore received here ten days ago, but it was not until Monday lust that Ihey assumed a sbnpo thnteiilitlotl thorn to aerious attention. Three doloctivoa wore then eraployod to visit Baltimore, who ood ascertained the exist anco, beyond all questiua, of an organized band of scoundrels, whose sworn object was to provont tho Pres ident elect from leaving Baltimore alivo. The names of the conspirators, which aro in possession of the authorities, includo several porsc ns who stand high in business and sc cial circles, who had agreed to furnish all money that might be necessary to carry out the plot and to shiold the actual assassins from tho legnl consequences of their crime." Mrs. Lincoln and Par...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 1 March 1861

Special Notices. A (Ann. Dr. Joint B, Hick, would respectfully an nounce that he ha resumed th practice of Medicine fend Surgery. During hlaabseni'O he haj enjoyed nnsiirpaMed facilities, both College, rind Hospital, In the City of Phila delphia; and In the New York Kye Infirmary, Office, anTfirmorly. April 6,100. Hcnltli ! llcnltht Uso Old Dr. Dellcnbmigl.'s Celebrated (IKUMAN I M P U O V I ; r Sugar Coated, Anti-Biliou Liver mnd Mood Pill; warranted purely vegetable. The beat Family Pill ttow before Uie public Price 25 Cetili per fine. D'm DEi.LRDAroM, Cleveland, Proprietor. For Sale by C. It. M'CULLOCH, Fremont. Fremont, April 20th, lS00.-15y!. PI other, Hond Tlilas The fallowing Is art extract from a letter wrlttpn by the pastor of a Baptist Church, to the "Journal and Mcen trer.f' Cincinnati, Ohio, and speaks volume. In favor of that world-renowned medlclneMrta. Winhlow! Sootit i va Strcp for CnawiRS Tbbtiiixu: "We tee an advertisement In yonr columns of Mrs. Win alow' i Soothi...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 1 March 1861

Fremont Journal. To. S. P. Chase, U.S. Senator from Ohio. To. S. P. Chase, U.S. Senator from Ohio. From the Cincinnati, Gazette. A anther tatrd far aohl.r eong hath ttBf , (Thaa thle for the which treaiblra aa my tongue,) To thy compatriot In the hallo of State, Who lores hU country and deplore Ita fate With on ft penraailr. tonjrue bl4 paaalon crow, And, jrl. Mlno naeh, wonld rata a tranefent peaea, He Itttlk auri, who. In tho gathering night. Walks inn eno Ivarl.M In th. path of rlhl; Whom threata no more not, for that hMrt It strong Who know no danger bat In doing wrong; But with bold front, llko eea-glrt, pillared rock. In calm atern patlenee bmiti tho tempeet'a iboek I Tht blllowt toem tod darkly rollt tht ntln 'Otlnit the no mo red, they fota aad frtt In Tela. Bot wbn Um etona-king tho.11 hart aneat hit fowor, Aod haeh4 to nonet tbt pottlont of tho hoar, Thottwbo now bltmtwllt bleat from htnet, Tht Ood-tppolnted rock of our defense. 0 klndl tnko what'a gtntlt brought Br wtndtr...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 8 March 1861

THE YEAR OP PLENTY. The Good Time Coming! NEVER, BEFORE in the history of our rou ?i try, Jinn th Inhnr of the hiiftbawlmftn beon Itint bountiliillr nwardM than the prenont. The "Blu'lt Bwrnnp" fe behind no wot I on In rcp-urd to crop, and will pnon he known en the gtinlPTi nf Ohio, Fremont In lm fmtng rm font RRKnr fown In th 8ttf, nn. rvery farm d Samluxkr cninty ls reerly iticrpaMnsr In value. In rlew oral, these c.rcumaUt.ce, I have determined to open the Fall and Winter Sales - sr omcniKO mi rnopM a STOCK OF GOODS! never befor. equaled In Hits market for Size, Quality, and Cheapness I 1 want It Understood that m I stick to tin Kcatly Pay System, I cannot bo Undersold! lam no receiving a most SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF Fall and Winter Dress Goods ! French Merinos, Alpaecas, DoLainos, and Pnrnmottns, to which t call special attention, and will sell at Astonishingly Low Figures 1 Ladles, come and see for yourselves, t have got the BIGGEST P'lLE IN TOWN ! ' Of French, English, and Amer...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 8 March 1861

FREMONT: OIIIO. ISAAC At. ZSBXiXm, Editor. Friday, March 8, 1861. THE PRESIDENT'S INAU URAL. We issued the FremcJent'i Inaugural on Tues day morning Wt in on extra. It come fully up to the expectation of the Republican party and to the requirement of the Chicago Platform. There it no mistaking Ita tone, or itaatatemmts. He h been elected Preaident nf ho hole United States not of a mere section, and he in tend acting in that capacity, lie baa taken a solemn oath to protect and defend the property of the United States, and he cannot violate that oath. He ha sworn to execute the laws, what ever those law may be, and he will perform his duty. The constitutional rights of each section of the Union shall be respected and protect ed, to the utmost of hi power. The Union, per petual and inseparable, is his leading idea, and that Idea will influence all hit actions. But in his official course he will remember that he is the servant of the American people, and their will, eoastitutionally exp...

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