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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 July 1861

Buck land At Everett, - AttnnifM'R tid Crranwllnm at I, ftnd RoHdUr In Chanwrr. will nttonrl to rnfwt.oril hnninetm anr! Land AcAnrT in flnni.uit.tT and adjoining eounttei. OH.CA, Snd ft. P. AUCKLAND. ITOMRR KVKRKTT, 1 J. R. BARTLETT, (Sticraaenr of B. J. Dsrtl.tt Son.) Attorney at Law and Notary, 1 tril. !.. .tH.t .tl.ntlnn In nil 1I BllnM en' V trusted to Ma eero, In Huncln.kr ami etUolalng conn- tlrs. PsrtlcttlarattmiHnnpelil collection.. OFNUK Old Offloo ot B. i Bartl.tt Bon. Fremont, O., April 16, 1IM. J. L. GREENE fc SON. ' Attorneys at I.wj will att-no: tn alt Wines, .ntrnatwl to their eara. Office In Trier's Block, Corner of Crog Inn .i' and Front street., Fremont, Ulilo. o. w. pa on, ATTORNEY AT LAW, INSURANCE AND GENERAL AOENT, . 2lni Notarg flnblic, Cltdk, Sandusky CouNTr, 0. All business intrusted to his care, f.ltlifullj end promptly 48 exesutad. ' MORUI9 E. TYL.EI1, ' Attorney at Law and Notary Public. And Justice of the Peace. OFFICE Second Storv Tyler's Block, FREMON...

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 July 1861

Jfrfmonfjmmuil FREMONT: OHIO. ISAAC IVI. IIDSLBR, Editor. Friday, July 19,' 186 1. Shall Partisanism be Revived Now? Sines the commencement of the present tin nstural ar by tho rebel we Iists carefully re (rained torn discussing politics through the ' columns of this twper. The heartiness and unanimity with which the people of the whole North, without regard to party, rallied to the Support of the war and tho Government, seemed to us to make it the duty of every one to forget party.and to go hand in hand for the preserva tion of the Uuiun. The preservation of the Country, the msintainatica of liberty, and of demonstrating to tbo world our capability of elf government, appeared to os questions of so gigantic importance, that partisan feelings and animosities were entirely forgot ton. Kroin this State there are probably 20,000 men, nearly half of whom aro Democrats, In arms aide by side in tho field, standing ahoulder to shoulder, each wiping tho aweot of death from the other's brow, ...

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 July 1861

j)cciql polices. HcaUlsl Ilcnltlit Ua Old Dr. Dollonbrmgii's Celebrated OKItMAN IMPHOV F. t S ft dinted, JnU-BMont I Aver nni Bitot Pill, warranted purely vegetable. Th. b..t Family TM now bfor. tht public. Prfci-M Cs.la r" Da. DlU.llACOn, Cleveland, Proprietor. For Sale by C. B. MCULLOCII, fr.rn.Bt. Fremont, April 20th, lR.nO.-lyi. n.hra. Head Ttaltw Th. following I. an ..tract from . letter J . pastor of a BaptUt Church, to th. "Journal and .lessen- j MrClnolnnntl, Ohio, na speak, volume. In favor of lhetworld-r,nowned medlcln.-MnS. WlKIUlWi Se-OTH-IHQ Strof for Chilprrr Trxtuikoj W .e. an advertisement In yonr column, of Mr.. Win alow'. Soothing Syrng. Now w. nev.r nld a word In fa- of a patnl medlcln. befor. In our lift, bat w feel ootnpelled to say to jronr reader, that till. I. no humbug Wl 1T TRIID IT, AXD XOW IT TO Alt IT OLalMS. It I. probably en. of th. no.t successful meJIcloes of th. day, bMau. It I. on. of th. beat. And thoa. of yoor nadenwh. haw liable, can't do hotter...

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 July 1861

Fremont Journal. From the North American and U. S. Gazette. "COME RUSH TO THE RESCUE." BY DAVID PAUL BROWN. On, rath to ths rveeusl tha Union' tn daajrerl Tb rebels a&s. traitors in thirsting for bloodl- Tbs home of oar youth In ih apoll of th stranfer, And carnage exalts whers our altars one stood. Than nuh to ths re seas trout from your stnrabtrat . The shades of four fathera appeal to four aid tat the treltnra advance with tbelr rath Itvled nmbin, Trot patriots fend f rftrman ar ncrer dlemayad The foe la before in. March onward to great them, . Lot thorn beaut thejr mar, tbey hot dig thtlr own grsvee; The brass and the Juat are atlll eager to aet U.em, ( And teach them the difference 'iwhrt freemen tad ' slave. let them sao-nrgs their poor banilemeo and talk f their - Inhuman, reroorsalesa, conceited and Taint When the? grapple with heroee, theyll toon team the story That themes! rea art the objecta of scorn aad dlsaalul Com ont then, yonr tittered palmetto displaying, Your 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. — 26 July 1861

II nek I And A. Everett, AtonTit nd Counsellor.1 t IjAw, nn-1 Solicitor In CniftfiMTT, will tttttmrl to prnfftimlonfU bttfllncM and Land Are-iry tier in HftiKluNkr nd dtntninc oounuei. ufflc. oa itorj ItucVUnd'i Work, Fremont. R. P. BUCK LAND. Work. Fremont. HOMER BVERRTT. J. It. BAItTLETT, (Successor of B. J. Dartlstt fc Boo.) Attorney at Law nnd Notary, 's: t-T-It.f. .1..t-l.t .lt.,tlftM tn .11 I.rffftl at Bueln.es en V troGd to hid care. In Senduky and adjoining comi ties. I'nrtlcularattentinn OFFICE (tia omea of 1 Inn u d in cniirnmni, of rf. 1. Dartlett k Son. Fremont, O., April , & J. L. GREENE & SON. Attorneys l I "I" Kttcnrl tn ll business entrusted to their ear.. Offloe In Tyler's Block, Corner ofCroghan and Front streets, Fremont, Ohio. O. W. PAOE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, INSURANCE AND GENERAL AGENT, 2lnt Notary Public, Clyde, Sandusky Countt, O. AU holiness Intrusted to hi care, f.lthfully and promptly 48 .xesuted. MORHI9 E. TYIiEIl, Attorney tU Law and Notary Public. 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. — 26 July 1861

Jrfinontaurnal FREMONT: OHIO. fc.. ,1 .1-1- - . ..I- S III I ! ,. a. ...... - ISAAC ft!. HEELER, Editor. ed tbo Friday, July 26, 1 8 G 1 . Shall We have a Union Ticket? Every day deiunnstrab s tho necessity of for tning a Union ticket. Two pnrtimm tickets in of Held Ui'ib fuU will only tend to alienate tlio people, and cripple the of the Union. ' Dleof those who arc determined to put down - - " 1 the rebellion they are emphatically in fuvor of a Union ticket. The fathers of the "hoys" now defending the stars and stripes in Virginia, have no heart for party content when their sous of every shade of polities are together bear in; their breasts to the foes of tho Union. At rhillippi; at Glenville; at Rich Mountain; at Laurel Hilli at Vienna; at Manassas, tho ques tion was not naked: "Are you Democrats or Re publicans?" but "Arc you for the Union!" 'Yes !" "Then wo are brothers." The following article, from the Rnvenna m oerai of the 18th, meets our unqualified en dorsement, and we comm...

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 July 1861

Special Notices. " Health t Health t Use Old Dr. Dcllonbniigh' Celebrated (tEUMAN T M V It OVf!D Smfnr Cared, Anti-MUmu lAttr mnd Kit . warranted purely vegetable. The best Fatally PHI now before the public. Price 2b Oars J sr Htx. n. Dll.LIxnron, Cleveland, Proprietor. ForSalc by C. R. M'CUM.OCH, Fremont. Fremont, April 30th, l'BO.-lfiyl. jilolheris Head This The fjllowlng l n extract from a letter written by the pastor or Biptlet Chnrcb, to the "Journsl end Heme n ger," Cincinnati, Ohio, end seaka volumes In favor of that world-renowned medlolne Mm. Wwnow'i Soom 110 3Tijr for Caiuiiti TstTiitHo: We eee en advertisement In your eotnmni of Mrs. Win lowe Soothing Syrup. Now we nerersaid a word In fa vor of a patent medicine before In our life, but we feel compelled to any to your readers that this le no humbug" Wl BATS TKIKl) IT, Alf D KKOW IT TO n ALL IT OLA1MB. Itll probably one of the most successful medlclnee of the dejr, became It ll one of the beat. And thoie of jour reader! wh...

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 July 1861

minium iiunitAiit OARniAM)! IN NAPLES! ITALY FREE ! , THE 'REVOLUTION' commenced itnd rarr'cd on In Itnlr, hy Garibaldi, baa excited deep Interi-st; but it in bring entirely eclipsed an J thrown In the aliade in this vtctnilv bva matter that .omes narer home, and appeals directly to tit , HEARTS AND FOCKET3 of eVerj man. iromnn and chi.J. iml which fill can under. stand utiA aiipreclHtet The enthusiasm, of the people is lritnno. AllulftrTses and conditions apr!. of it. By the firrnlt'". itth party, 111 work-shop, n tha street, tha vmj topic oi roofirHuon it eoncvrutni ine IMMENSE STOCK OF FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS Just received and opened at the Old Stand of ... GUSDORJ?. Th. aaaniinou. verdict of all who view It la, that It Utb largest, Finest, Best-Selected AND CHEAPEST STOCK ever brought to this county, and which bo la selling SO per cent, lower than any other F.tar.llahment, either Old or Now, can, will, or mre tell. A largo and full assort- mriit oi Hoavy Black Silks, Bara'Ioro Si...

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

Ilnrkiand V Evrrctt, Attorneys and Counsellors lit Lew, and Solicitors In Chaneerv, will Attend to professional business mid Land Areaey I" Handueky nd adjoining counties, onion, Ita story Buekland'e Block, Fremont. K. P. BUCKLAND. HOHKR EVERETT. J. R. I3ARTLETT, (Successor of B. J. Barllett k Rod.) Attorney nt Inw nnd Notary, WIIX give strict attention to all Legal Business en trusted to his eare, In Sandnsky and adjoining coun ties. Partlciilarattention paid in collections. OFFICE Old Office of 11. J. Barllett ft Son. Fremont, (., April Id. IBM. J. L. GREENE & SON. Attorn? it I; will attend to all butilntM entrotted to thtlr ear. OfB In Tyler's Block, Corner of Croghu and Front atroota. Fromont, Ohio. c . w. PAGE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, INSURANCE AND GENERAL AGENT, ClnZr Notarjj public, Clyde, Sandusky County, O. All bullnoM Intrusted to his cure, faithfully and promptly exesntcd. MORIUS E. TYIiEll Attorney at Law and Notary Public. And Justice of 'the Peace. OFFICE Seoond Story Tyl...

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

FREMONT: OHIO. XSAAO WX. XXS23X.X1B., Editor. Friday, August 2, 1861. Objections Answered. the objections urged by Democratic 1 L- 11" 1. a. WtT Jepert ll.UiiaTiC.nitJ by the itfnjwr tmong th reet train at u Union ticket, ietliat Oie Re- publicans only wish to go Into the arrangement in the counties whera the Democrats have the " majority. To show how unfounded and unjust this charge is, we cite them to a few facts: The Cleveland Lender and the Cleveland Htr old. Republican papera in Cuyahoga county, fa vor a Union ticket State, District and County. The Republican majority in that county last fall was about 8,800. The Sandusky Agister favors a Union ticket. Republican majority in that county last fell was about 900. The Toledo Blade favors a Union ticket Re publican majority last fall in Lucas county was about 700. The Norwalk Reflector farora a Union ticket. Republican majority in Huron county 9,000. The Ravena Democrat is in favor of a Union ticket. Republican majority in Portage ...

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

Health t Health I Um Old Dr. Dollonbntigh's Uolobratod () E H M A N IMPHOVKD ugr Coiled, Anli-mHrmt lAtir tni Moot Pills, warranted purely vegetable. Tlio brat Family Till now before the public. Price 26 Ctnt per Box. Da. DlLLMBAOOB, Cleveland, Proprietor. For Sale by C. R. M'CUIXOCH, Fremont. Fremont, April 30tb, I860. ly 1. mother, Be4 Thin. The following n extract from letter written by the pMtor of a Baptist Church, to tho "Journal and Messen ger," Cincinnati, Ohio, and apcakl volumes In favor that world-renowned medlclne-Maa. Wmun'l SOOTH txo Stsop roa Cititoaan Tarrnmoi "We lee an advertisement In yonr eolnmni of Mri. Win low'i Soothing Syrup. Now we never said a word In fa tor of a patent medlelne befora In our llfo, bnt we feel compelled to lay to your readerl that this ll no bnmbug WI BIT! TBIBD IT, A! SXOW IT TO BB ALL IT OLAIalS. It ll probably ona of the molt inccessful medicines of the day, beeaura It la ona of the beet. And those or yonr reader! who hare bablei can't d...

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

KlIlUAHi IIUUIIAIM 1 GARIBALDI IN NAVLES! (JTALY.FR.ee ! THE REVOLUTION commenced nd earrlfd on In Italy, by OarlbaMI. has ncltrd 4 wj Intprratt kntlt l hinfj .ntlrflr .alipaail ml thrown In tha ahaIMn thin ticlnily bra matter thai nnl arr boint,and appeals directls to tha HEARTS AND POCKETS f wry man woman and child, and which all can nndar. land sud ai.pretlai. Tl,. r nllmsiasm of thj InlAnao. A elaasM and conditions snmk erf 11. By the flrraMo, at th r'T. worli-ahor, atrtet, tin nly topic, of conroraatla to concrnlnf tha ' IMMENSE STOCK OF " ' " ! FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS ' Juit rwalTod and opened at tha Old Stand of The nanimoua verdict of all who view It la, that It la the Largest, Finest, Best-Selected, AND CHEAPEST STOCK r hrnnirlit to thla errantr. and which he la a11laa- ner cent. Tower than any other Kktabllahnwnt, either Old or w. can, win, or wri eu. " i -.now. ment of Heavy Black Silks, . DajaJore. Silks, Figured And India Silks, .,. Figured Merinoos, Plain Merinoes, Engl...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 August 1861

Attomf "nJ f!oiw.llort it and Rollcltnrt In Phtnesrr, will sttrno to professional business and Lund r"cr In Somtnukr and ailinlnlnt eonntlos. OOloa, 2nd story Bar-Mami's llloek, Fremont. H. P. UUCKLAND. MOMER BVKRKTT. J. U. BARTLETT, (8ccMor of D. J. Drtltt Son.) Attorney nt Law nnd Notary; If ILL glnntriet Miration tn til Lrant Boslnsss - V trusti-n to his carr, in Hsmlnskr and adjoining eoun tli. Parttonlaraltontinn paid to enHtlon. OFFICK-Old Offlpo or B. J. Barttott Son. framont, 0., April It, IBM. J. L. GREENE it SON. Attnrnm tt I awl will attend In til Boainss tntrssttd to ttarlr ear.. 0- In Tyler's Block, Corner ofCroghtn tnd Front streets, Fremont, Ohio. C . W. P A O E , ATTORNEY AT LAW, LN'SVRANCB AND GENERAL AGENT, 2lni Notarj) public, Cltdb, Sandusrt Counit, 0. AU business Intrusted to his care, faithfully tnd promptly 48 ereeutod. MOIIH13 E. TYIjEHj Attorney nt Law and Notary Public. And Justice of the Peace. OFFICE Second Story Tyler's Block, FREMONT, OHIO. Particular 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. — 9 August 1861

. r JremMiomtral. FREMONT: OHIO. ISAAC XVX. BBSLBR, Editor. Friday, August 9, 1861. PATRIOT AND TORY. Thew r the naronn bj which parties will be designated nnd known until the cloe of the war. There can be no Republican or Demo cratic partiea aa such. But there will be a party of patriot and a partjr of toriee. Nor can there be two patriot partice any more than there can be two Republican or two Democratic parties. Tho question then resolves iUelf to this: There will be a party that will uphold the Govern- eminent and use all honorable means to crush the rebellion, and there will be a party that will oppose the Government and assist tho rebels. The one will be known in history as the patriot Dartv; the other as tho tory party. Then let very man choose to which party he will belong decide whether lie Is a patriot or a tory. For our part we ahull go with the patriots. The Democracy so cftllcd had an in terosting time at tho Court IIouso Inst Sat unlay, in mass Convention, to choose dc...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 August 1861

IlVnltl. ! Iliiiltht Uso Old Dr. DellonbRiigV Colobrnlcil O K R M A N I M P U O V V. D Sugar Conttd, MMIIHni l.ittr mud HI roil Pith, wsrranted purely vegetable. Ttao best Family Pill bow befure the public. PrtaH Cmlt ftr !). Dr. I)li.Laluoil, Clevclan, Proprietor. for Salt by C. R. MTU LI.OCH, Fremont. Frtmont, April 20tn, 1800.-lyl. iriotliorm Head Thlu The fallowing In n estract from letttr written by th. pastor of Baptist Choreh, to th. "Journal nd "" ger," Cincinnati, Ohio, and speaks volumes In favor of that world-renowned medicine Mnf. Wimi.ow'1 Soon lira 3tup ro CiMLMtsv Txmimo: 'We see n advertisement In your columns nf Mrs. Win glow's Soothing Syrup. Now we never mid a word In fa vor of a patent medicine befora In our life, but w. feel eompelled ta lay to your readers that this ti no humbugs wi Bart triki it, ad kjow it to " All. it cLAixa It ll probably one of the most successful medicines of the day, baoauee It la one of the bent. And those of your readera who have bahle...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 August 1861

, ,.i , i ........ in i in iivnnAiit HCRRAIII GARIBALDI IN WAPLESl ITALY FREE t rpiIE REVOLUTION commenced nd JL carried no la It.ly, by Oarihaldt. hu .veiled a dwep Interest; bni It la bring entirely eclipsed and thrown la in. .hade IB tbti vicinity by ft nisuwr was wm hem., and sppeale directly to the HEARTS AND POCKETS (mri man, worn., and child, ami which all aw ander. ataod and appreciate. Th. .nthn.iasna of tho people is uuM an ad aon.tltioii. sneak of It. Br th. Seaside, at tha party. In work-shops, on tha stmt, the Uly tOpIO 01 lTBflw w wnvt ul w IMMENSE STOCK OF FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS Juat received and opened at tha Old Stud of A.GUSDOHF. Tha unanimous verdict of all who view It U, that It la the Largest, Finest, Best-Selected, AND CHEAPEST STOCK ever brought to I Vila enmity. smd which he If wiling 20 brouttt ?ut. To per fvut. lower tba any omer EHuwunmrni, euner uia or Now, can, will, r tfr Mil. JS Usl gV IHUMaWlk- tnent or Heavy Black Silks, IJnymloro Silks, ' Figured nn...

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 August 1861

nnrklnntl A. Evrrrtt, Altorviereaan' Cnnnaellnra at Ijiw, and Rnllrltnra In Cli.nnerv, will attend to prnff..lonal hn.inaas and Land tf.nry In Samlnalcv and adjoining counties. Office, and story Rurkland'a llloea, Fremont. R. P. nU0KI,AND. HOMKR EVERETT. J. R. BARTLETT, (Snffclinr of B. J. Bartlett III Bun.) Attorney nt Iittw nnd Notary, WII.I,lra.trlct attention In ell ! nnaln... an tro.ted to hlii care, In Sandnaky and adjoining eon tlfa. Partlcnlarattantlnn paid to collection.. OFFIL'K-Old Oulee of if. J. Bartlett a Bon. Fromont, O., April IS, MM. J. L. GREENE & SON. Attorn.r. at Lew; will attend to all bn.lrn-.. entrusted to their ear, office In Tyler' Block, Corner of Croghau and Front atreeta, Fremont, Olilo. C. W. 1'AGE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, INSURANCE AND GENERAL AflKNT, Slni. Notary flnblic, Cltdb, Sandusky Countt, O. All buttneas Intruated to hla care, faltbfullj and promptly S .xeeuted. ItlOHKtS E. TYLER, Attorney nt Law and Notary Public. And Justice of the react, OFFICE ...

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 August 1861

Jrtmontlounval FREMONT: OIIIO. X8AA0 IVX. ILBSXiBB., Editor. Friday, August 16, I S51. UNION OF DISUNION. Id tho present time all questions Hint concern our Ifational affairs, coma at last to this single issue: Shall we sustain the Union, or let it per- MiT Tho man who says he will sustain the Union, but will opposo the War.aud insist upon compromise with rebels, la aa wiao as be wbo hould detect a scoundrel setting fire to his house, and should say tlial he would protect his house but would not resist the incendiary. We must either uphold the government against all who would destroy it, or we must suffer it to perish. A Union saved by a compromise with rebels in arras, would be a Union destroy ed. A compromise which shall end the War by separation is equally hopeless. If tho consent of the great AVestern States could ever be ob tained to place tho mouth of the Mississippi in an enemy's country and that is hopelesa the separation thus made would not preserve pence a single year. War...

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 August 1861

Martial Law in St. Louis—Another Battle Threatened. St, Louis, Aug. 14. Tho following f rocUrtintion Ims just boon issued : Ikadquarturs Wkstrrn Department, J 8t. Loui, Mo., Aug. 14th, 1801. j I hereby declare nnd establish rnnrlml lw in the city nnd county of 8t. Louis. Major J. McKinstry, of tho United SuU Army, is nppointcd Trovost Marshal. All orders nnd regulations issued by him will bo icspcctcd and obeyed accordingly. (Signed) J. C. Maj. Gen. commanding. Mai. McKinstry has Brownlce, President of the Board of Polico Commissioners, and appointed Brazil Duke instead. Tho laws of tho city and Stnlo will bo executed without change. It is supposed that Oon. Hardoo, with a force of 12,000 to 15,000 rebels, is marching on Pilot Knob. The Fedoral forco at that point is about 5,000, with 8 pieces of can non. It Good News. N-w York, Aug. 14. Tho New York, Philadelphia and Boston havo agreed to take 150,000,000 of the Govern ment loan; they to bo tho sole recipients of tho Treasury notes...

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 August 1861

mniiAin iiinuAiu GARIJIALUI IN NAPLES! ITALY FREE I rnilE REVOLUTION commenced nd Jl carried on In Italy, by Garibaldi, naa exUd dee mtree.; tun u ta pin entirety eeiipaea. ana inrown id the ehd n 'bit vlulniiy by a matter that conoi nearer osm, and appeal directly lo the HEARTS AND TOCKET3 nf .Tr in Mi woman end lilld,snl wMfh all e ander. tend aud r.prrrlale. Tlie mtliuslssin of the p.or.1. Is ( n lanM iiintuviiiiilmwftllnni sprak of It. II r tbe Hrlile, rr'r. wmlr-shops, en the street, tlie IMMENSE STOCK OF FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS Jail reocrred and opened t the Old Stand of Tbe asanunoiu verdict of all who view It in, that It la the Largest, Finest, BestSelected, AND CHEAPEST STOCK ever brought to this county, and which he ta eelllog 20 per rent, lower tuan any other ..taut istun eat, e.ioer uio ot Now. oan, will, or ware Mil. A largt. to. lull mbui tr mem 01 Heavy Black Silks, Ijaj-adaro Bilks, Fignred od India Silk, - Figured Morinoea, Plftin Merinoe", English Merinoes, Figured ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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