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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 8 March 1861

A CAUI. Dr. John D. Rick, would respectfully nn- n ounce thnt h hM resumed the practice of Medicine end Surf erf. During his absence h him enjoyed nnaorpassed facilities, both College and Hospital, In the City of Phila delphia; And In tin New York Eye Infirmary. lTOfflo,Mfiirnier1y. April 6,1M0. Ifcnltli I Health! Uso Old Dr. Dcllonbftugh's Colobrfttod O K H M A N I M P H O V K D Sugar Coated, Jnti-tiitiout Liver and Blood Pills, warranted purely vegetable. The best Family Till how before the public. JVfee 26 Cewf r B. Dn. PsLLRXHAtJaK, Cleveland, Proprietor. For Bale, by C. R. M'CUMaOCH, Fremont. Fremont, April 20lh, IftOO. 15yl. IVI olh or, Hond Thin. Tha fallowing la an eitrect from a letter written by the pastor of ft Rapt 1st Church, to the "Journal and Messen ger,' Cincinnati, Ohio, and speak volumes In favor of that world-renowned medicine Mrs. Wjkslow's Booth i ho Strop for Crildrkjv Tbktiiixq, "We nee an advertisement In yottr columns of Mrs. Win alow' a Soothing Syrup. Now...

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 March 1861

Fremont Journal. THE PALMETTO FLAG. 0, whatoen ee, through lti fo, of thia night r An w all wini mil, or only -a-dreernlne, t 1h ooboclj got hart la thU horrible fight, Abant which Car iln month, 'r to lootllj beet ereeaun, r Ko rocket'i red glare, No bomb tmrattn, Is lr, 0l front, to onr frijM, that ttn Andmin'i then. O, ee doe, nut Pilnttto en.lr yet wt. O'er tbt land of Leiree, uxl th. horn of tht lUrt r On tho ihoro, dim-! th eceee; for tho mliti are to dee, Wo hardly omo ee hair tho length of oar noon. What la that? Did rnn mere.? Botnebodr'a aaleen. Waka him apt If jom don't ha'll get kicked wlilla h Wo won't lot him dream; Whllt wr'rt yawning, they aeere To ho making erraneementa to getnp the a tram At Port Sumter. O, eay doee onr Palmetto war O'or tho land of Log-rap, and tha homo of tho alar, ? And whom aro onr trnopa who to "trrrlWy .wore," ' And anch ha roe have made with onr plire and poultry? Wo hope they'll oo-in lear, na, aud come back no more, For wo Sod It expenatr,...

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 March 1861

TIIE YEAR OP PLENTY. The Good Time Coming I NEVER BEFORE in tho history of our flonntry, h th labor of -tit hunbAnflmnn hn irmr bountifully Awarded than th pnwnt. Th "Rlm k Bmp" It bhind no nittn In n(r(irti In m-opo, nd will onn Iw known jm the Mntrn r Ohio, firman t In 1m. rirovtng n Out an any town in thoHtata, and aver farm n. aandunkjooiintr la roar If lncrn"lnft In rata. In view of all theaa circumitaAoeii, I hra Uaterjsfoad U Open tb Fall and Winter Sales ht omin tii raorti a STOCK OF GOODS t htm be for .qnalod In thil tnarket for Sizo, Quality, and Cheapness I t want It undaratood that u I .tick to tlia .Heady Pay System, I cannot bo Undoraoldl tain now ncclvlng amo.t SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF Pall and Winter Dress Goods 1 French Merinos, Alpaccas, DoLainos, and Paramattas, to which I call .pedal attention, and will noil at Astonishingly Low Figures I Ladle., come and in Tor youmelrcs. I hara gotlha BIGGEST PILE IN TOWN ! Of French, Engiiah, and American Prints, tht wry latent ...

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 March 1861

Jfrtinantjmmral FREMONT: OHIO. ISAAC M. KXJHI.Cn., editor. Friday, Marcb 15, 1861. EVACUATION OF PORT SUMTER. The luteal. Intelligence from Washington seems to indicate that Fort Sumter is to be evacuated. The Government has received information from Major Anderson stating that be has provisions and fuel to last only 15 or SO daya longer, and that he must receive new supplies within that tinio or ho will be compelled to withdraw his force from the Fort. This information receiv ed the Immediate attention of the President and the Cabinet. It Is understsod thatn majority the Cabi not are opposed to abandoning thnt post, and that the President shares their views, but Generals Scott and Wool, whose patriotism man can doubt, any that it ia impossible toYc iuforce Mnjor Anderson, or send him supplies, with the forces now at the command of the Gov ernment, within the time specified. That it can only be done at any rate by the sacrifice of innumerable number of lives and a great waste of pub...

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 March 1861

Special ifoiices. A ( Altl). Dr. John B. Rick, would respectfully an nounce that he hM resumed the practice of Medicine and Burgnry. During hlnftbwnp.it he baa enjoyed nnmirp"d facllttlos(bnth College and Hospital, In the City of Phila delphia; ami In the New York Eye Infirmary . t.T"Offlce,aaforntor1y. April 8,1 WOO. llcnltli t Ilcnltlit Uso Ok! Dr. DellonbrtugVa Celebrated O K It MAN I M l K O V K D Sugar Coaled, Anti-Biliout Uvr and Htood Pitlt, warranted purely vegetable. The beat Family Pill now before the public. Pries 26 Cent ptr Box, Dr. DiLLiKBAton, Cleveland, Proprietor. For Sale by C. It. M'CULLOCII, Fremont. Fremont, April 20th, 1S60. l&yl. ITI other), Ilond This The fallowing Ii an extract from a letter written by the pastor of a Baptist Cbarch, to the "Jnarn! and Messen ger," Cincinnati, Ohio, and apeaVe Tolumre In favor of that world-renowned mediclno Mrs. WiirflLOW'l Sootb tna 3rRvr roa Child rx TimiiKat 'We aee an adrertlaoment In your columns of Mre. Win alow S...

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 March 1861

Fremont Journal. A GEM. The estlwwtnf, from the prm nf Jaaiaa 0. Pmlntl, U we ef the swat tavhlng yowil in the English laBcaare. telle the of a faeartl THE DESERTED WIFE. H. HiMi not 1 hare watched the nan g sows, Bt yet he mwi sot. One It was net no. He thinks not haw these bitter 1(M do tow, The while he holds ale rlt in tht town. Yet he will mm and ehlde, u4 I shall won An he lit wake my Infant (rant hU To bind Ita stable alllDf vita mj War. bow t lere a nlWi watch U hats Orer theae aleeplng eyes; that anilla which ahaara Ity heart, tbnogh sunk In sorrow flsad and data. 1 had a hatband anea who loaad ma-ao Ha .rer wears a f rows apes hie brow, And faada hta eaaaloa an a vmatna'a lip, It bees tram taaral flower, a aolsoa tip. Batyet I sennMhats. Ohl there vara hoaia Whan I teals bant forever an hie .re, adTiBM, who stole with silent wltnaaa ay. Strewed, aa ha harrlad on, hia path with flowers. t lorad him than ha loved ma ton. My heart till tnd ita fondness kinitla n ha smile; The...

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 March 1861

THE YEAR OF PLENTY. The Good Time Coming! NEVER BEFORE in tho history of our en n try, baa th labor of tho hubf.nf)n.n hern wort bountifully awarded thnn th present. Tli 'Blink fiwump" U bfhinfl no Hentlnn In rririiril to Arop,nd will oon tw known mn th tjirtlon if Olitn, Fremont in im fpoin( fnnt tuny town In the Hut, and ever farm n fUniluflkjontinty In rpurlr lnornfinR In iwolll UieMcircumiUuioM, I dtrjslo4 U Open tb Fall and Winter Sales v orrssrso vss rsorts a STOCK OF GOODS! Mftt before equaled In thla tnarket for Size, Quality, and Cheapness 1 f want It sndenrtoed thtt u I itlck to tin Heady Pay Syttcm, I cannot bo Undersold! lam now receiving ahoiI SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF Fall and Winter Dress Goods ! French Merinos, Alpaecns, DcLaines, and Paramattas, to which I call sweelal attention, and will rcII at Astonishingly Low Figures I Ladles, come ant m for youraelres. ! liar got tha BIGGEST PILE IN TOWN ! Of Froncb, .English, and American Prints, tha vary lament iitylea, and at ...

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 March 1861

Jfrtinantjmmral FREMONT: OHIO. ISAAC M. K13XX.SIl, Xldltor. Friday, March 15, 1861. EVACUATION OF PORT SUMTER. The luteal. Intelligence from Wasliington seems to indicate that Fort Sumter is to be evacuated. Tho Government, has received information from Major Anderson stating that be has provisions and fuel to last only 15 or 20 days longer, and that he must receive new supplies within that tituo or ho will be compelled to withdraw his force from the Fort. This information receiv ed the Immediate attention of the "president and the Cabinet. It Isundersteod thatn majority tho Cabinot are opposed to abandoning thBt post. nnd tnnt me rresment snares tneir views, out Generals Scott and 'Wool, whose patriot ism man can doubt, any that it ia impossible toTe iuforce Major Anderson, or send him supplies, with the forces now at tho command of the Gov ernment, within the time specified. That it can only be done at any rate by the sacrifice of innumerable number of lives and a great waste of p...

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 March 1861

Specif yoiices. A CAItll. Dr. John B. Kick, would respectfully an- souncfl that lit hu roan-ned the practice of Medicine and Burger. Dtirin- hlaabaenre he Uaa enjoyed nnaurpaaaed facllltlea.both Colle-te and Hospital, In tlie Cltj of Pblla d.tplila; and In tha New York Ejrt Indrmary. "y Office, a formerly. Aprlie.lMO, llcnltht Ilcnltlil Use Old Dr. Dellonbruigli' CVIebrntod K It MAN IMP H O V K D Saf C'olel, . '' " Bint fill; warranted ptireljr Testable. Tha beat Famll Pill bow before the public). Friflti Cento per Dot. Da. DELUSllton, Cl.rel.nd, Proprietor. For Sale by C. n. M'CUI.LOCU, Fremont. Fremont, April 20th, lS60.-15jrl. iriolhera, Itend Thlau The following ll en Mtrtct from a letter written by the putnr of a Baptlat Church, to the "Jmirnal and Mnn ger,' Cincinnati, Ohio, and apeaVl volumes to favor of that world-renowned medicine Mas. WilraLOW'a 800TM Ixo Stkop ro Childrkx Tin-iimo "We aee an advert iaement In your column of Mre. Win alnw'a Soothing Syrup. Now we novoreaid...

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 March 1861

Fremont Journal. A GEM. The Ihtlewinf, from the pea r Jaaaes 0. Perolvat, U aa af the awst taa'tilne; ,osena in the English laDfraega. telle the af 4 heart! THE DESERTED WIFE. He eamaa not 1 have watched the eaa a io But yet he man ant. One It waa nat an. Ha thinks not hn these bitter tears 00 flow, Tha while ha halda ale rla ia Oia town. Te ha will asm and ebIJa, ana I snail wee. Ana ha wilt waka my tofhnt (rani hit slen To bind Ita feeble walling with MX taare. haw t lava a wMthar'a watch la heea Orar these sleeping eyee; that anilla which eheera Vy heart, tbnagh aunt In anrrow Used and deep. 1 had a husband anea who loved ma wow Ha evat waara a f rowa apea hie brew, And feeds hta eeaaloa aa a wanton's lip. Am bees from laaral flower, a peleea rip. svetretlaaanathate. Oh! there warn hoars Whaa I naojd hang fnraver aa hta tvn, A nd Tlma, who atnln with silent wltnaaa by, tr.rd, aa ha harried on, his path with flowera. I loved nlra thrn be loved ma ton. My I till tnd ita mndnaaa kin...

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 March 1861

HIE YEAR OP PLENTY. The Good Time Coming! NEVER BEFORE in the history of our country, hM 11m Irtlior of tlio l)r..l)n1tnftn Wn trior bountifully wartled than t.m prfirnt. The k Bwamp" lbrhinl no iHTtln In r(mrd to props, ant. will Boon t known ai tits frart,n of Ohtn. Krmont In lm. hrorlnf an ftint ananr town In tlx Stat?, and every f mm in Rtidimk? ennnty In yearly Inrrpimttn tn tiIii. In view of all thcmclrcumitanc?-, I bare determined to Open the Fall and Winter Sales bt ornouso Tnii rrori.i A STOCK OF GOODS I Borer before equaled In this market for Sizo, Quality, nnd Chcnpncss 1 I want it understood that aw I stick to the Kcitdf Pay System, I cannot bo Undersold! I am now receiving a snout SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF Tall and Winter Dress Goods ! Fronch Merinos, Alpaccas, DoLninca, and Paramoltas, to wlilch I call apodal attention, and will sell at Astonishingly Low Figures I Ialies, come and ace for yourselves. I have got the, BIGGEST PILE IN TOWN ! Of French, English, and Amorican ...

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 March 1861

"WIT HI ILL J 1 111 1 UJ ' FREMONT: OHIO. XSAAO XVX. S&ZII.BR, Editor. Friday, MarchM, JI861... Offices Worthily Bestowed The President, so far ns we nio able to judge, is making most ezwllcnt appointments. The appointmcntof Cam, Sen inn, the eloquent Ger man orator, as Minister to Portugal, meet our especial approbation. The appoint of A. TiiKiMt:, of Cleveland, another German Republican, as Pension Acent ia also worthily bestowed. It, is also in contemplation of tbe President to ap point Famicaicic Habsaubrck, of Cincinnati, to some Forcien Mission, to that of Berne, Swit- cerltuid, probably. The President has also ap. pointed several other German Republicans to important positions in tho Government. Wc are glad to sec this honorable recognition of the claims of our German fellow-citizen!". It is to them, in a large degree, that the Republicans owe heir brilliant victory last Fall. To the Tax-payers of this County. Vt'e are informrd that it is In contemplation to well some 40 ...

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 March 1861

A OAIII. Dr. John D. Ricb, would respectfully an nounce Hint he ban resumed tlie practice of Medicine and Hnrjrrry. During his nhir-nre he lias enjoyed nnaui passed facilities, both College and Hospital, In the City orl'hlla delphla; ami In the New York Eye Infirmary. XfT omco,a formerly. April 0, 1SB0. Health! llcnltli! Uso Old Dr. DcllonbnugVs Colobrntod O V H MAN T At V U ( V E T Surnr Coaled, AnH-RMmn Liner and lllood Pilte, warranted purely vegetable. The boat Family Pill how before the public. rrice 25 Cent prr Rox, .Dr. PrLLK-fBAUOH, Cleveland, Proprietor. For Sale by 0. R. M'CUI.LOCH, Fromont. Fremont, April 20th, I860. l.lyl. Itfotliorx, Mead Thin. The f.iUowlng U an extract from a tetter written by the pastor of a Baptist Church, to the "Journal ami Messon Ror," Cincinnati, Ohio, ami apeak volumes' In favor of that world-renowned me.Kcine Mns. Wl.NSLOw'a Sooth ing 8vmjp for CurLmmx Turrit. rn. WesecanadvortiHcniont In your columns of Mrs. Win Blow's Soothing Syrup. Now we ...

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 March 1861

Fremont Journal. Pretty Good. The Washington correspondent of tlie Cincinnati Commercial is responsible fur tbo following : "A very funny, itpocryplinl story is told of the President, lieing asked before the inauguration, whether ho would ride to the Capitol with Buchanan, in his barouche or go alone, 'That romind mo,' says he, of the story of witness in Uourt, who, ap pearing in (Quaker costume, was asked, Will you swear or alarm! Ilia witness replied, 'he did'nt care a damn which' If this isu't true it ought to be.' Litter from a U. S. Senator. Vanity Fair publishes the following letter : Senit ChaniMr, WssliinKtun, ) Mnrrh the thurtl, 13 & GO onct S JbU. Vanntrtt, Fare: if Rod upairs my live I shall rvacerl with In 20 rtase. juiison of tenny aea is fcrnenst me but ha hnint pot no intellect into him. niTil wnr is sertin and I irnnta to hera the Kannin Rore. Hyrt the ralnipttoe hannir from on top of your iiftis t let it waive 10 me Breed, uont, niuculato tins mnmu'incnpt and be...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 March 1861

THE YEAR OP PLENTY. The Good Timo Coming I NEVER BEFOItK in the history of our country, hft ttt labor of the hnbaiv1man lnwn morn bountifully wanlw) than the prone nt. The "Rlrk HwMnp" In bMhlnd no nctlon in rofrnrd to rrop, and will anon bm known aa ttia jrnnlpn of Ohio. Fremont la lm nroTinvM Taat aaany town in the State, and every farm In Sandunhy county id ypRtly InrtTMirtK In valua. In rlewotatl theae circumstance!., I hara determined to open the Fall and Winter Sales bt orrimmo Tni ntori. a STOCK OF GOODS never before equaled In tble market for Sise, Quality, and Cheapness 1 I want It understood that m I stick to the Ready Pay System, I cannot bo Undersold! I am now receiving a most SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF Tall and Winter Dress Goods 1 French Merinos, Alpaccas, DeLaines, and Pnramettas, to wbioh I call special attention, and will Bell at Astonishingly Low Figures ! Ladles, come and seo for yoursolves. I have got the BIGGEST 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. — 29 March 1861

t$outnal FREMONT; OHIO. XSAAO VX. SBBX.BB., Editor. Friday, March 29, 1861. Republican Meeting. Th. Rapntillcana of Tork toa-n.htp ara reqaMted to snaat at tha School Hon.. n.ar Jaramlah SmllH'a, 6n Frl T, th.It aa of Mare, 1RM, at o'clera, P. M., tot tha svraoaa of nominating auttabla prmoni to ha lunported aa aaadldataa for tha aaveral townafc ip offlcm In aatd town ah I p. Bv order of Iba TownahlD Com. York, March, 18th, 1861. Republican Meeting. The Republicans of Sandusky township re requested to meet at : IIUCKEYE HALL, Saturday, March SOth, at 2 o'clock, P. M., for Ibe nomination of township officers. The Republicans of tbe Corporation of 1 romontP will meet at ths same place, at 1 o'clock in tbe evening of March 30tb, for tbo purpose of nominating candidates to be supported for tbe various ofBuea of tbo vil lage of Fremont. Let tbere be a full turn out. S. BUCKLAND, Pres't. J. S. FOUKE, Sec'y. Election for Township and Corporation Officers. MONDAY, APRIL 1ST. Corporation Aff...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 March 1861

Special Notices. A CAItl. Dr. John B. Hick, would respectfully n- nounoe that he has resumed the practice of lledlcln. and Surgery. During hlsnbsence bt has enjoyed nmarpMMd facilities, both College end Hospital, in the City of Phila delphia; and In the New York Eye InBrmarj. ty Ofllco.aa funnily. April , 1800. llcnltlit Ilenltht Uso Old Dr. DcllonbnugVi ColcbrnteJ O R Tl M A N IMP H O V R T) Sugar Cult, Jntl-RUitrot Lirer and Hood Pith, warrants pnrely regulable. The beet Family Pill now before the publlo. iVtee 25 Cents per Box. D. PLI.NAt'0H, Cleveland, Proprietor. ForSaleby 0. R. M'CULI.OCII, Fremont. Fremont, April SOth, I860. 15vl. Mother, Rend This. The fallowing is an extract from a letter written by the pastor of a Baptist Church, to the "Journal and Messen ger," Cincinnati, Ohio, and speaks volumes In favor or that world-renowned medicine Mrs. Winslow's Sooth ing Syrup roRCnn.nnii.vTKKTHiJva: "We nee an advertisement in your columns of Mri. Win slnw'n Soothing Syrup. Now w...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 March 1861

Fremont Journal. OF OHIO. Published by Authority. [No. 1.] An Act To amend Section flrtn of an Act entitled an "Art reg elating ths nwrti of aminUterintr assignment In trust for the benefit of m rill torn, imjimmi April ft. Bwtiow 1. B it tnmrtsd my the G'taereJ Asosmkty mf im aiars .', i nai wf ifn min or tne hoot u scribed t to bo no amended aa io mad a follevs: Section fifteen. Nothing In thteaetshall be so construct- titutn menlr any property, exempt from Wry or sale moon azeeuttnn. to be delivered nn for partner, t of de bt. or to authorise an property belonging to the wife before marriage, and not converted to the husband's nse, to be taken la dm ooni or ine oems oi nt nnahanti. tf the as- tenor ithail seek to avail hlmsnlf of a homest'wd exemp- tlon under the provision of this section. It shell be the duty of the appraiser provided for In the third section of th aMmgiiiating the mode of administering assignments tn tmtt for the benefit of creditor, passed April 4, HM, and of ...

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 April 1861

THE YEAR OF PLENTY. The Good Time Coming! NEVER BEFORE in the history of our fonntrr, hnm th labor of thft hnnhn'1mn brmn mnrft bnnntirullr awnnlM than thp prfupnt. Th "Hr-v-lr. 8wmp" I behind no fortlnn In rctrnnl to cmpii, and will oon be known up thp (rnnten or Ohio. Fmnont I lm. riroTlng M fnnt hp uny town in the Stat, and tTery fnn a Sni1ukr fonnty In yvnry InrrMvlnR in t1o. In Tiewof all tlienecircumntancen, I k?e determined to open the Fall and Winter Sales fir ommwo Tim rnnwM A STOCK OF GOODS never before equated ta flilh nrnrkot for Sizo, Quality, and Cheapness ! I want It understood that as I stick to the Itcndy Pay System, I oannot bo Undersold I I em now receiving a moot SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF Tall and Winter Dress Goods ! French Merinos, Alpaccos, DoLainos, and Pnrameltas, to which t call special attention, and will sell at Astonishingly Low Figures I Ladles, come and ace for yourselves. I have got the BIGGEST PILE IN TOWN .1 Of French, English, and American Prints, the...

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 April 1861

jfrtmontfcunral FREMONT: OHIO. XRAAO M. HEELER, Editor. Friday, April 5, 1861. THE ELECTIONS. The plection pwwpd off in our town without my nndus excitement The dny wee quite tormy end meny rote, both In country end town, were not polled. The following ie the re ult of the Tarious elections in the county ne &r M have been eble to Mrertain: Corporation Ticket. Our municipal affaire for the coming year are to be mannged by the Republican. The indig nation againot the Democratic management of our Corporation businem of butt year was eo strong that the ticket nominated by that party for support was completely routed and defeated before 13 o'clock on election dny. Six hundred and thirty-two votes were polled. The follow ing are the officer elected for the ensuing year: Mayor. D. L. June, 127 mnj. Recorder. D. W. Kreba, 133 . , Covneilmen.O. M. Tillotson, 82 " O. A. Roberts, 121 Ira Smith, 107 " Creight. Thompson, 127 " Jo. Chnpman, 160 " Manhal. William Nyce, 196 " Sandusky Township....

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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