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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 April 1861

A tAUI). Du. John B. Rice, would rospCClfulIy an nounce that he his resumed th practice of Medicine and Surgrry, During his absence he ha enjnyrd nnsurpsssed facilities, both College and Hospital, In the City of Phila delphia; and in the New York Eye Infirmary. Office, fli forrnnrly. April fl, ISM. Ifonltli t Ilcnltht U80 Old Dr. Dollenbftugh's Colobrated O K Tt M A N I M V 11 O V K D 5vr Coated, Anti-Bilious lAvsr mnd Blood Fills, warranted purely vegetable. The bent Family P1U bow before the public Virf 2$ Cent$ per Box. De. pKM-KirnAUOB, Cleveland, Proprietor. For Sale by C. R. MCULLOCH, Fremont. Fremont, April 20th, I860. 16yl, ITI oilier, Head This The following la an extract from a letter written by the ' pastor of a BnptUt Chnrch, to the "Journal and Mpnuen ger," Cincinnati, Ohio, and speaks volnnie. in favor of that wo Mil -renowned medicine Mrs. Winslow'i Sooth i?ra Stkup for Childrkx Trrthimo: 'We see an advertisement tn your columns of Mrs. Win alow's 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. — 5 April 1861

Fremont Journal LAWS OF OHIO. Published by Authority. [No. 13.] An Act To amend the act entitled "an act to amend the net enti tlodanact regulating appoaln to the district court," paased March 10, 1857. Rftrf i ok 1. Be it enacted hy tke General Assembly of tke State of Ohio, That section two of an art entitled an act Mto amend the art entitled an art regulating ap pals tn th district rt,M pawd March 10. lHf.7, bean amended a to read an follows: HecHnn 2. When an order discharging an order of attachment fa made, and any par ty affected thereby, shall ejtrtept thereto, tit court or Judge hall fl tiiH numl'wT of day) not to exceed thirty, in which such party mav (lie hi petition in ermr, dur ing which time the property attached shall be held hy the h riff or other other officer, during which period the pe tition in arror hll he tiled, and tbn parly IHInpr the an me hall give an undertaking to the adverse party with sure ty or sureties, to be approved hy the rlerk of the district court...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 April 1861

THE YEAR OF PLENTY. The Good Time Coming! NEVER BEFORE in tho Listory of our cnnntrr, hu th iriinir of tli hunbanttrrmn born more bnuntlfull.r ftwaidf'd tlmn the pnent. TI10 "Blrwk Swamp" lo twliind nn Rortlnn In rpirnrd to firopH, anrl will donn I known fen the gin I en nf Otitn. Ftvmont 1 lm. proving n Cunt M ttny town (n tho PUt, awl wry farm in Rnndtiflliy county In reuHr Inrremtinft In tMii. In Tlew of nil tlietie circumstance, 1 liav determined to opn tin Fall and Winter Sales ht omnmo thi rxorLi a STOCK OF GOODS t aover before equaled in thin market for Size, , Quality, . and Cheapness 1 ; I want tt nderetooa' that as I stick to the Heady Pnjr System, I cannot bo Undersold! I am now receiving a moat SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF Fall and Winter Dress Goods ! French Merinos, AlpaccaK, DoLaines, and Paramottas, to which I tall special attention, and will sell at Astonishingly Low Figures I Ladies, come and see for jourselves. I bare got Iho BIGGEST PILE IN TOWN ! Of French, i English,...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 April 1861

gxtwongmxwm FHEMONT: OHIO. ISAAC ZVt. KUBLDXt,, Editor. Friday, April 12, 1861. Telegraphic News. i Oht mulct sro. TanticiiUrly ' refeiwH to tls? tiilogrnplilc dispatch in Iho Jot'krfAi Ihi week T'l : ii. i, i l . f -1 1 V .1... 1 lie j .,! mo miwi iiinrmiiti wo iiitvu im iiw esrasion inoTinoiitu up tntlid huiirof gong to press. Thenows in highly meriting and impor tant, ami loaves Uttlo dotilit thnt hostilities will soon cmnmenca, if itidTcl Ihej hve not nlrwidy Hum an. Nhnnlil hot lit t nek be made upon the forces of the United State Government, by the traitors, w nhull notify onr rtadr by extras an won as the informntion shall be reee'iTed.. It would sem pretty corUin that at last Mnj. Andurson's sunuliea aro stoiwed. Thcv wore reported as stopped, several days ago, but there could now hardly be a mistake about it. A ve ry few days will dmibtk'sa relieve all suspense as to Fort Sumter. Kansas Senators. Jamea II. Lane and General Pomeroy were elecloa Limea oiaies oensrors dj uie I...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 April 1861

Specif ftofte. A CAIMK Diu Joiih B. Rick, would respectfully an nounce that ha ha renamed the practice of Medicine and Surgery. During his absence he hag enjoyed nn surpassed facilities, both College and Hospital, In the City or Phila delphia; and In the New York Kjo Infirmary, TfT Office, a formerly. April o,lflflO. Health ! IIcuUIi! Uso Old Dr. DollenbaugV. Colobraled GERMAN IMPHO VK D Sugar Comtid. Anti Biliout Liwr mn4 Blood Pillt, warranted pnrely vegetable. Tha beat Family PlU now . before the public Prict 2ft Ctnti ptr Box, Pm DxfcMWiUUog. Cleveland, Proprietor. Tor Sale by 0. R. M'CUM.OCn, Fremont. Fremont, April 20th, 1B60. Iftyl. Mother., Itead Thin. The f jltowlng ia an extract from a fetter written by the pastor of a Baptist Church, to the "Journal and MooHcn " ger,' Cincinnati, Ohio, and speaks Tolumog In favor of that world-renowned medicine Mrs. WiifBLOw'a Sooth txa Strop for Childrkx Trbthinqi "WeaaeanarirerUMtnent In your columns of Mrs. Win low's Soothing By rap. N...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 April 1861

Fremont Journal. Echo and Laver. ,Over Fho I mysterious nymph iterlara t Of what ynnre made and what you are : f.oho Airt rr 'Mlri airy din, and places high, Swt Echo! listening, lore, yon lie : Echo Yon 111 i Low Thou do.t rc-siisclate dead sonml ; j Hark t boa my Twlflkj revUes, resounds f Echo Zounds t . Ioreryil question thia bcTntw ! t, C'inip, answer wie More afirejras. Echo Poh I poll t Ijnrtf -Tlf Cm, rllrnyroali. If I'er'yait M , ' ' l So imt a jlrl u rirobeSbawr Echo Pshaw t l.aver --Bay, what will tarn tha lorelyeoney Into tha toils of matrimony r Echo Hone I I.ojr--i!a Phtrbe not a heavenly brow r li it not whito aa pearl an snow ? Echo Ana, too f ' rsaper (Jlai eves 1 waa er.r eh a pair r Jrrwtta stars brighter than they are ? Echo They at . J liter Kh tbon Heat, but aant dwlre me ! Her eyea acllpaa the stars, bellere roe Letn ' ;"" f t '! ,,.' ? TWm Bat come, thon ssucy, pert romancer, " Who la aa Mr aaPho-bc? aniiwer. Echo Add, ilr I ' A Washington Capitalist on the 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. — 19 April 1861

) THE YEAR OF PLENTY. The": Good Time Cominfd w NEVER BEFORE in the history of our t mint ry, hu th Ifthnr of itw hf.abatitiiifv bn mor bonntiftilly awarfVd than th preitnt. Tb Blsvk Bwamp" I behind no imIIod in r(rrd t crop, anl will mo twknoti m th gftrtlpn of Ohio. Pretnont In Irn. rimy In ft m fnnt Minr town In th Stato, and rmrj farm a ftunditftkjr cnnntr I Tearl inrpeimhiB In Ia Tlwwof all theMcircumaUnvM, I bav dtermlftM to open tha Fall; and Winter Sales t orrnniKa th nan a STOCK OF GOODS I nerar borora equated in ttale markt for . ' Size, ' . Quality,' ' nod Cheapness 1 ' I want It anasrataoa that aa I itlck to tha Heady Pay System, I canoot be Undersold! I am anw rewlrlnc moat SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF Fall and Winter Dress Goods ! French Merinos, Alpaccas, . DoLaines, and Paramellas, to wlileh t call .ptrtal attention, and will atll at Astonishingly Low Figures 1 LaiTlea, coma and ace for yourftftlvea. I have got the BIGGEST PILE IN TOWN ! Of French, English, and American Pr...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 April 1861

rij;i-r-!?!!ii"-!il?,"-,j-'!ii;'!,-L ... . Cjrtpntffluriml, V : 7 FREMONT:' OHIO. " X4aao at. itiaflt.iDii,3Qditof. :;Jriday,prlll?,;18l..J ... TChe JouiipikU. ot to-day contain all of last "' sight' dispatch, which give a vory full account of th boUla of Fort BumUir, by Uapt., uouDie- v ly, of Anderson' command. . . ;.. ' ArroLoav. Our readers mini 'oveS-look' he 'many typographical error and other defects, in " this week' paper.' Sine last Saturday evening ''alt hand In th office hv been compelled to work from sixteen to eighteen hours a day, -r Copt Sunday. Thi 'l alao our excuse for the lack of the usual amount of editoriid. ' . i . . . ' i ; VOLUNTEERS ! ENROLL! '' ?R. P BuckhmaV received the following di- pinWMro tke Adjutant General of thi State, J1 Yesterday! " " ' '" i ...i ; I .. .t.-t-Omunnta, April 17th, 1861. Enrwll a company of seventy-five men at once., H. B. CARRlNGTON, .1 . .!. ..-i . - . .. . Adg'tOen. O. M. ',' Tn compliance with the bov dispatch, Mr. ' Buckland c...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 April 1861

lip to fcity, Unit unc.iorcd off tlio Rnttory nt 1 o'clock, P. M., to-t.ny. Tlio Bnllic had flying from bor timm must Lend the fluff of Fort Sumter, and on lior foremast the U. S. ting ertrrlod from Moultrie to Sumter by AndoMon. Tlio Hnrr nt Lnn, Cnpt. Fnuncfl, snilcd io company with tho Baltic, also tlio Pawnoo with hor troops on board, and the Poculiontni went to Norfolk. The Pow hattan was not, nor had sho been at Charles ton. ThoPawneedid not arrive at Charles ton until tho surrendor of Fort Sumtor. - During the whole time the floot remained off the bar at Charleston, tho wind blow a title from tho southeast, rendering tho fleet perfuolly useless so far as Fort Sumter was , concerned. " Louisville, Ky., 18th. Gov. Magoffin lias issued a proclamation convening the .Legislature ot luo otato on tuo 27th mat. Columbus, 1 8th. Tho bill appropriating ono million of dollars for the support of tho Govcrnmont has passed both houses of tho Legislature unanimously. Norwich, Ct., 18. An en...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 April 1861

Fremont Journal. JOHN BROWN; OH, A PLAIN MAN'S PHILOSOPHY. From the fntMie-Tmlng et-rmd nrea of "ICngllth Song and Mp'o'ltusj " the pontry hy Char.ee Mackay; the mNftioal anrompaniment by Sir II, B. Bishop Tt ii crown t wo spend, I re ft wife and a friend. And a troop a little children at knf, John Drown; I've a eottage of at own, , With Ui Ivy overgrown. And a cottage, with a view of tne era, John Brown; I can tit ftt my door, By my shady ayoamore. . Larfo of heart, tbowgb of very small estate, John Brown; So com ami drain a glass, . - lm my arbor a yon paae. And 111 toll jou what I lore and what 1 hate, John Brawn ; I lov th eong of birds, And tha children's early woH, And a lor log woman's voice, low an sweet, Jobn Brown; And I bat a false pretense, A ad tha want o common senae, And armfance, ftnd (awning, and deceit, John Brown; I love tha meadow flowara. And the briar In the bower. And I love aa open face without guile, John Brown; And I hate a selfish knave, And proud, content...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 April 1861

.1. r J 161. , 1801. c. r. Mcculloch, WBomiLi as utiii Bui.n is DrugB, Medlolnef, Paints, Oila, Book, Stationery, Wall .... Paper, Curtains, Slo., DESIRES to call tb attention of the dUnuDf SANDUSKY AND ADJOINING mubUm to bis large and eoaiplate STOCK OF GOODS! aae fill mapmi tor nppljlig tbe wants of All the People for tbe year 1861, ta any of (hoe a.-lila ftrond In a mil ortont Omf an 4 Book Store. Do Yoa Want any kind ot PATENT MEDICINE, LINIMENTS, BALSAMS, PLASTERS, EXTRACTS, PILLS, Pain-Klllers, Ointments, Eye-Waters, Ao., Ac, call at McCULLOCHS. Do Yon Want any kind ol MEDICINES, ROOTS, POWDERS, GUMS, TINCTURES, Essences, Oils, Chemicals, Ac, go to MoCULLOCHS. Do You Want any kind of Perfumery, Hair Oils, Hair Pomades, Hair and Whisker Dyes, Colognes, Toilet Waters, Bay Water, Handkerchief Ex tracts, Tooth Powdera and Tooth Soaps, Lip Salre, Shar lag Cream, Shariog Soaps, or other Soapa, you will car. talnlr find Ultra at HcCl'LLOCH'S. Do You Want A Srat rata Cigar, McCulloch'...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 April 1861

ntlmtraai "fl .'''lfltEMONT: OHIO. ISAAC IVI. KBEXiBB., Editor. .,..,;.. Friday, April 26, 1861, To the Fremont Volunteers. BroUwnil the whole people of Fremont greet 70a ud giva yon their parting blowing. Nobly , have jo bckledon the armor of ynor country, at her coll. Nobly do we fool that you will de- . fend her rights. Fremont knows, In this cause, no parti). We are united In our fealty to the Government of the United States. Wo have no .differences here. In politics and in religion all all are united in this thing. You are our representatives. We cannot all ' go. But we all send with you our best wishes, and our blessing. We will remember you. We shall hope to hear tidings of good from you, If you are called to the battle-field, we are Confident you will remember that you represent the hemes of those who toe entry day the scene of glory which still lives on our own "Fort Ste phenson." The Flag which was then triumph ant, we are sure you will defend, not only, but carry to victo...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 April 1861

Special Notices. A CAHJ. Dr. Joint B. Hick, would respectfully an nounce that he has resumed the practice of Medicine and 8urgry. During his absence h has enjoyed nnsur passed facilities, both Collet and Hospital, In the City of Phila delphia; and In the New York Eye Infirmary. IV Offlpf , to formerly. April , 18A0, Health t Health t Uso OU Dr. DcllenbnugVn Colebrntetl K U M A N IM PllO VKD Sugar Ceatsd. Anli-rations Liver nnd Illood Pills. warranted pnrely vegetable. Tha bent Family Pill cow before the public. Price 1 Cents per Box. p. DiLt.mDAUUU, Cleveland, Proprietor. For Sale c- n M'Ct'LLOCH, Fremont. Fremont, April 30th, I860. 15yl. ITI ot lions Hed This. The fallowing le an extract from a letter written by the -pastor of a Baptist Church, to the "Journal and Messen ger Cincinnati, Ohio, and speaVs rnlnmrs In furor of that world-renowned medicine Mas. WrXR-LOW'a Sootii tro Btrcp ron Children TjtKTin.fc: "We nee an advertisement in your column of lira. Win ilow'i Soothing Synip...

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 April 1861

Fremont Journal. AN EXHORTATION. BY SAMUEL YOUNG. Orkelondeth.brlghtiw atitVa deform, Iu tumall rviird .rmsdly drlrrui, ' " They lower with tempest, lightning, storm, And shsde with gloom the face uf keavea. to, vhea revenge and mry htm, Ana" Jealousy and ngi arise, Tbey Mr Hit beauty of ths face, Aod Saab vindictive from the eyea. Than 11 the f mf 1m end grunt blend, Thy evil paeslona all forego; for ev'ry smile milii friend. And each repulsive frowa a foe. TO THE SUN. Soul of Iba world, resplendent Sun I Greet aoureeof lit. forevwr ablnot Light of tha orb Hint round thae mn Bright emblem of tha Powor Divine I Shimon, diffuse thy folden beam. And animate tha llfaloaa clod; Bbin. on, thy radltlng bcama An but tha constant amllee of Ood. Shlna on, and world" aha.ll hymn Rla praise. Mad vocal by tha light and boat. Far aa thy swift and rlrld rare Can make tbe pulse of Nature beat. The President's Proclamation. April 14. Tho President' Proclamation says : Whereas, Tho lawn of we united...

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

1861a 1861. C. It. McCULLOCH, WHOUSAL A9H UTlIt BBALt IV Drugi, Medioinei, Paints, Oil, Books, Stationery, Wall . Paper, Curtains, &.O., D ESIRE3 to call the attention of the 'oltUens of SANDUSKY AND ADJOINING couotl! to hit larg and oompttU STOCK OF GOODS! ul his arrangsnaiita for anppljlng the nti of All the People for the year 1861, la aa ofthot artlalea fbna 1 a mil orSarae Deng and Book Store. Do You Want any kind of PATENT MEDICINE, LINIMENTS, ' BALSAMS, PLASTERS, EXTRACTS, PILLS, Pain-Killora, Ointmonta, Eye-Waters, Ac, Ac, call at McCULLOCHS. Do You Want any kind of MEDICINES, ROOTS, POWDERS, GUMS, TINCTURES, Essences, Oils, Chemicals, fec, go to McCULLOCHS. Do You Want any kind of Perfumery, Hair Oils, Hair Pomades, Hair and Whisker Dyes, Colognes, Toilet Waters, Bay Water, Handkerchief Ex tracts, Tooth Powders and Tooth Soaps, Lip Salve, Shar ing Crtam, Sharing Soaps, or other Soaps, you will cer talDlr And them at McCUIXOCH'8. Do You "Want , A first rata Cigar, UcCall...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 3 May 1861

tfmmral FREMONT: OHIO. xsaao nz. ssxuxm. Editor. Friday, May 3, 1861. There are now two trains daily on the Fre mont and Indiana Railroad. Leaving Fremont at 9.40 a. m. and 6.10 p. ro There was a heavy front on Weduesday night which we fear has Injured the fruit prospect - very much. Our grape vines look as if they had been throngh a fire. v "We are glad to learn that Dr. John B. Riot, of this town, has been appointed Surgeon's Mate in the army. There were eevernl hundred appli cants, but all but fifty were rejected aa being - unqualified, and thirty of those were finally thrown overboard. The Messenger Extra, of yesterday, says that Capt. Tillotaon's and Capt. Haynes' Companies . - . . . were to leave on that day for Camp Dennison, -,. . . ' v TieST Cincinnati. , , Capt. Seaman, of the Woodville Volunteer. has informed us that his Company is full, and numbers near 100 men. He has received s dis patch from Adjutant-General Carrington, to hold his company In readiness to march at a m...

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

Specif yo.iccs. A CAItl). Dr. John B. Kick, would respectfully n- nounee thai h. bu resumed the practle. of Medicine and Surgery. During litsab.nc. lit hu enjoyed nneurpaased fellltiM,both Collet tod Hn.plUl, In th. City of Fhlla dalphla; and la tin New Tork Eyetnrmrj. tr Omc, u formerly. April ,M0- Health t Health! Uso Old Dr. pellonbmigh'i Colobrntod O K U M A N IMPUOVED Sugmr Cont'd, Anti-BUiom Livtr nnd Blood Mil, warranted pure ly vegetable. Th. best Family Pill Bow before the public Prieo 2S Cntt per Boz. Dk. DKLLIXSAtran, Cleveland, Proprietor. For Sale by C. R. M'CULLOCH, Fremont. Fremont, April 20th, 1890. 16yl. Itlottions, Rend This. The fallowing hi an extract from a letter written be the )ftator of a Baptist Chnrah, to the "Journal ami Measen ger," Cincinnati, Ohio, and spnnk volomea In faror of that world-renowned medicine ilRi. wwaLoWl Sootb tro Strvp roa CniLDRav Tairaia: "We eeean advertisement In roar eolomneof Mrs. Win low's Soothing Byrup. Now weneTeraelda word In...

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

Fremont Journal. The Star Spangled Banner. On. wit ran you aoe hy the dawn's) early licht, V hat no proudly we hsil'd t the twilight's Leal gleaming, Wfcuaa broad stripe and bright ntare thro' th perilons fight. O'er the rampart wa watched were so gallant ly streaming; aVnd tha rocket red glare, the bombs bursting .'! in air. Gar proof through the night that our flag wa till there? Ohl aaT, Hoea that atar-arianglod hanner yet ware O'et the land of tha tree aod tha home of the bra re? On the shore dimly "pen thro' the iniata of the rineriL Where the foe ' haughty boat in dread silence repoaea, What is that which the brecae, o'er the tow 'ring ateop Jiji it fitfully blows, half conceals, half dia ' clones: Jfow it catchea the gleam of the morning's first benni. In full glory reflected now ahinea on the stream, "TU the Itar spangled banner) oh, long may it ware. O'er the land of the free and the home of the And where ia that band who ao ranntingly swore, That the haroc of war and tha b...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 10 May 1861

C. R. McCULLOCH, nouuu ahd itih nun is Dngi, Medloinea, Palnta, Olid, " Books, Stationery, Wall Paper, Cturtaint, it.o., DESIRES to call the attention . of the dtlMnof ... SANDUSKY AND ADJOINING Matattn to hli terg and eoroa lttt 6TOCK OF GOODS! and hl arrangam.nta for supplying th. tull of All the People for the year 1861, io an jr of thoM article! found In a troll ordr4 Drag and Book Store. Do Yon Want anf kind of PATENT MEDICINE, LINIMENTS, BALSAMS, PLASTERS, EXTRACTS, PILLS, Pain-Killors, Ointments, Eye-Waters, Ac, dec, call at MoOULLOCHS. Do Yon Want any kind of MEDICINES, ROOTS, POWDERS, GUMS, , TINCTURES, Essences, Oils, Chemicals, &c, go to McCULLOCHS. Do Yon Want any kind of Porfumery, Hair Oils, Hair Pomades, Hair and Whisker Dyes, Colognes, Toilet Waters, Bay Water, Handkerchief Ex- trMts, Tooth Powders and Tooth Soaps, Lip Balvt, Shav ing Crean, Sharing Soaps, or other Soaps, yon will ear. talnlr llnd thn at McCUIXOCH'S. Do You Want A Unit rat Cigar, McCulloch'a la t...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 10 May 1861

Fremont Journal. FREMONT: OHIO. ISAACS TJX. XtX.nX.XlXl, Editor. Friday, May 10, 1861. Subscribe for the Journal. If yon want a good piper, one that always Contains tb latest news, and gives a correct price current of the Fremont market, and other local matters, subscribe for the FamiosT Jouas aIm Our circulation has now run Dp to nearly eleven buudred copies but we are prepared to furnish any adJiLimi.il number of paper tliat mar be wanted. Terme low; only $t 50 per year, or 75 cents for six months. The appointment of Surgeon and Sur goon's Mate for the 8th Ohio regiment, to which tha Fremont Companies Nos. 1 and 8 are attached, has boen conferred on Ben jamin Tappan and S. Sexton. Dr. J. 13, Rice of Fremont, baa been appointed Sur goon's Mate, to the 10th regiment. John Tyler's Treason. The Charleston Courier publishes this dispatch addressed to Governor Pickens by an ex-President of the United Stales: Richmond, April 253 P. M. To Gov ornor Pickens: We are fellow-citizens once mor...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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