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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 August 1861

Iliickland Ac Everett, AUfroTf"t OuniiUfri hi Law, -nrl 8iHeltnn la ChnerT, wilt (tnd to prrfcmlinl bnnlneu nd Land Affnnr in MAnnnfutv nd ijnin.na ennntlet. Office, ftud Story BurklanrTs Block, Fremont. h. r. uuuivijAnij BOMFR KVERETT. J. L. GREENE & SON. Attorneys t T,n; will attend to til bnslnea. entrusted to their our. OIBce In Tyler's Block, Corner of Oroghnn ft ad Front streela, Fremont, Ohio. C . We I'AOE) ATTORNEY AT LAW, insurance; amd oknkral aoknt, M Notary) public, ClYDB, SAHDU8K1T COUNTY, 0. AU business Intrusted to his our, faithfully and prompt! 4t executed. MOU1II9 E. TYIiEK, Attorney at Law and Notary Public. And Justice of the Peace. OFFICE Second Story Tyler's Block, FREMONT, OHIO. Particular Attention paid to Collection!. Fremont, January 14, 1850. Ilomtnopntliy. Dr. J. W. FaiMlra, having established himself for the purpose of practicing Homoeopathy In thle place and vi einlty, would respectfully announce to the public that hie present arrangements will enab...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 August 1861

if &tmmx FREMONT: OHIO. ZBAAO X. XHELSXl, Editor. Friday, Angus , ISI. UNION MEETING. A meeting of the people in favor of support- and putting down the rcbollion, regardless of ill hrl.i at Casta in. Id party connections, on Saturday, the 24th day of August, 1861, at 1 o'clock: in the afternoon. Among the speak ers engaged lor the occasion are John L. Greene, Esq., of Fremont, and Joseph M. Root, Esq., of 'Snodusky. ' The meeting will be held in s grove near town., STATE UNION CONVENTION. : On the first pago oftheJouaMAL will be found the call tor the State Union Convention. The names attached are well known as having been active members of the Democratic and Repub lican parties, but who havo laid aside their par tisanship to subserve the interests of the coun try. We have published but a small number of the names of the signers owing to the crow ded state of bur columns. Sandusky county is entitled to 4 delegates under the call, and we suppose the duty of their appointment will...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 August 1861

How to "Conciliate Southern Union. Men." The Statesman Iim much to mj About the duty of tbe North to "conciliate Southern Union men," m though those who re ilrei1y lovM nnd peaceful nootlod to be "conciliated." Wo copy from tho States man A pftrngrrtph on this subject: "If tho loyal nod Union men of the South ro not conciliated and brought into active and tenlous co-operation with the friends of tho Union in the North, then there will bo but little hope left that the groat need of tho country the restoration and Droservation of tho Union upon tho old basis of confldonee and mutual good will can ever bo supplied. Tho best possible reply that can bo made to tho Statesman, on this subject, is found in tho subjoinod extracts from a speech de livered in the United Slates Sonato by Hon. Andrew Johnson, of Tonnesseo, in which i briefly stated what the Union men of his section demand, and which show how they may ho "conciliated :" "I come to the Government, and I do not ask it as a Bupplian...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 August 1861

GAUittAM IN NAl'Lksi ITALY FIUiE ! t; iIIH EVOLUTION commonflcd and . aer-tM o la fitly, by (Jarita1di. hu nIM a dee. 1 tint It ta b.ln enttielr eclipsed end throwa la Ik diaii thi. iMiutjr tya matter that Hmmn' m, mm .pte. eiveetij ia im ;;;, hearts and pockets' . -'- - ' J M k - -a.,! ikUk a.11 MM mtdw. aUnd a rwrtnte. Te eMhom of the people if iatoBM, AM iM Mrf.Uone ea-sa: a it. Bj the IJ. .a, a a., im onrklMltka. OB tha 1tML thai . topi of verUe to oMraiig tbe IMMENSE STOCK OF FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS jaat reneWed mi epeaed at Use 0d Staat of T nullum -rirHtrt Tf -1) tit t'-t It It, that It U Um largest, Finest, BestrSelected, AN D C HEAPEST ST 00 K eil uiweint te this eosnty, end which he is selling to for oent. lower thaa any ether Bstabll.hment, either Old r N.vj tu, will, r aers Mil. A large and full eeeort- IIeT fenck Silki, Djdor Silks, Figured And Iodut Silks, Figured Merinoes, ' " Plain Merinoes, English Merinoes, Figured Wool Delaines, Plain Wool Delaines, Mous. Delaines,...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 August 1861

UneUlrtitd -It F.vrreti. AtlnrnfTH nd Cnnnllort t I.mr. inrl floHrttort In Chntrr,"ni nd to pmfMtna.t,l bttMnftM Mid Land A)rnr it In Phtiririitv na M.intninj oonattet, vffloe, Bnd BurV1anl'fl Block, Frrmont. r. BUCKI,ANI. HOMRll RVKRRTT. t. L. GREENE A SON. Attorn-- at lUwj will ultftirt to ill bnitlnoM ntnit4 to tholr cum. t?mn In Tvlf r'u Block, Corner of Croghta n4 front afreet, Fremont, Ohio C. YV. PACJK ATTORNEY AT LAW, INSURANCE AND OKNF.tlAL AGENT, Tint Notarg Public, Clyde, Sahdubkt Couhtt, O. All btislnen Ltn.ttd to hn earn, fUhfllr promptly lImreopiMliyv Dr. S. W. FATl.lKrt, karli. Ubllnlwd htmiwlf for th piirpom of pmrUcinB Hntnuenpatliy In till place and tI In.ty, won. 4 rMfpdCtriilly annonnon to the public that hit. rrenent arrmRfr'tmvntfl will enable thou dentroua of arail n thennMlrea of llnraonpatlile treatment, to rely with ertalaty npAn prompt attention to their 0.1.1. whether in r iit of town. f& OfBce at hlRTTMtdenoft, on the Turnpike, the flrat heuae eaet o...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 August 1861

tlmmmll FUEMONT: OHIO. ; ISAAC XVt. SX1BLBB., Editor. Friday, August 30, 1861. THE CONVENTION TO-MORROW. The numerously signed call which has before - . . nrilllCa 1 . 1 1 1 i namir i aiTHlll r JL. . .. . - i ritll additional names. This call is signed dt . l. : t f .1.- ,.,,,. the proininoni wuimiiig uuiiiuvmt w y and by tha leading Republicans. Any man who is acquainted with the political partisans of this county will on looking through tha list are not the eleventh-hour but tho full-linie laborers on the muster-roll. They have subscribed tu a platform rend it "Ao compromise vnth traitor; " the Union and the Constitution must and shall be " preserved;" and by that platform they will stand, putting "aside, for the time being, their foalty to party" and party attachment. What clearer defined or more patriotic platform can a true patriot suggest. . These men, with we belicvo, hundreds whosi' names have not been subscribed, will meet at the Court Uouse in this village, to-morrow, (Sat...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 August 1861

Special Notices. Health! Health! Uso Old Dr. Dcllontmugh'i Celebrated OBRMAN IMP HOVFiD Sugar Cont'd, Anti-Bilimu lArer mnd Blot rill; warranted purely Trouble. The bant Family FIN B0W before the public rrtri M Ctnti prr tin. T. Dm.t.iiKnAHin, Cleveland, proprietor. Fot Salt by C. B. M CV U.OCH, Fremont. Fremont, April 20th, 1800. Injl. Mothers, Read This. Th blowing It en eatract from a letter written by th. pastor ol a Baptl.l Charch, to tht "Journal and Messen ger," Clnolnnatt, Ohio, and speaks voluroee In favor of that world-renowned medicine Mag. Wimui'l Sooth- I ko Btvt rom Childish Tarrmira: ' W sec an advertisement In yonr column of Mrs. Win ilow's Soothing Syrup. Now we never said a word In fa Tor of a patent medicine before In our life, but we feel compelled to aay to yonr readers that this li no humbug Wa WATI THIRD IT, AlfD KlfOW IT TO ALL IT CLAIM. It la probably one of the most successful medicines of the day, beeanae it la one of tha befit. And thoee of your reader! 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. — 30 August 1861

itrnnAiit ninuAin GARIBALDI IN NAPLES! ITALY FREE J THE REVOLUTION commenced and earrted nn Ia Italy, ty Otrihelitl, ka ev-lted a deep toteeeat; but It 1 feeing entirely eelipmwl arid thrown In the shade la this vicinity by a matter that umi nearer koiM, and appeals dlrectl j 'to the HEARTS AND POCKETS , , rf every man woman and child, and which all eaennder atnnd kud appreriate. Th. enlhiulixin of the P1' Intern. All classes sod condition qml : or It. " reside, t th pertr, In workshops, on tn. street, th ly topi f conversation I .onoernlii. th IMMENSE STOCK OF FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS Jut rwelved and opened at tha Old Stand of Tha aanlmoi verdict of all wh flaw H la, that U la the Largest, Finest, Best-Selected, AND CHEAPEST STOCK ver brought to thl co jntr, and which h la avlllna; M par eent. lower then any other Establishment, e ther )ld or New. can, wilder .are sell. A large and rnll assort ment of Heavy BUck Silks, Hajadere Silks, Figured and India Silks, Figured Meriuoos, Plain ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 September 1861

Ruck lit ltd A I.vprelt. llirnj n4 Onnsallnrs at Law, and Solicitors lr inrarr, will att.nil to prnfpMlnnal bn.in.sa ni l.ani! Asr-nrr In ".andn.kr ami adjoining Bounties. Ollliw, Stud m 4 a. a. nnr,m .BtiiVa tllnnb L.-.aa-.na4 R. P. BUC'KI.ANn. HOMER. KVEHETT. J. L. GREENE A SON. Attornora t Law; will alt. nil to nil tmslnaaa entruitod to th.lr care. OnVe In Tvlnr's Block, Corner of Croa-han and Krnnt straats, Framnnt, Ohio. C. AV. lAOK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, IHMUBANCK AND GENERAL AflENT, Slni, Notarj) flnblic, Cltd, Saspcsrt Cocntt, O. All buitum intrusted to hi car., falthfullr and promptlr 48 urtutfd. ' V. I. KELLEY, M. 1. HAS openrxl n of!.. In RurM-Mi-Vii NKW Block oppo site the Cro(rhn Houn, for ths purpoiw of pnc tid ing Mmliciii and Harrry, when he can be fonnd during the d,yt (while not profeMlnnnlly rngfLgH) nd at nijjht at bti reftldnnoa on Main Street nearly pponlte th- Kpii copl Gbarb. Aug. 23 18fll. If omu'opntliy. Ir. J. W. Fatmmo, hnvlng MUMlnhed hlmeelf forth pnrpo of 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. — 6 September 1861

FREMONT: OHIO. ISAAC XVX. 2SXeX.BXL, Editor. Frldaj, September 6, 1861. UNION STATE TICKET. - ror eof onmr, . -, DAVID TOD i : ' For Lieutenant Governor, BENJAMIN STANTON. For Supreme Judge, JOSIA1I SCOTT. For Treasurer of State, 49. TOLONT dorsjev. , ; For Secretary of State, It. B. COWAN. Comptroller of the Treasury, JOSEPH M. H1XEY. Member of Board of Public Works, JOUN TOHBENCE. UNION COUNTY TICKET. Repr-miaii. LON iO THORPE. Auditor OSCAR BALL. rVtiuurtr DANIEL L. JUNE. Sheriff. A. R. FERGUSON. Communoner JOHN BEERY. : Jtoortfcr A. F. GALLAGHER. Surveyor JOSEPH L. RAWSON. Protecting Attorney U. W. WIN8LOW. Coroner N. B. CALDWELL. Infirmary Director V. BEAU GRAND. THE UNION STATE CONVENTION, Met in Columbus yesterday. It waa the lar gestever held in Ohio. Unbounded enthusiasm prevailed. David Tod was nominated for Uov. rnorby acclamation withouta dissenting voice The whole ticket will be found at the head of this column. The Convention adopted as its platform the Crittenden reso...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 September 1861

Special Notices. llcialtli ! Health t Ubo Old Dr. DellonbuugrTi Uolobrfttorl OEUMAN IMPKOVTCD Sngnr Coated, Anti-BiUoui Liver nnd Blood Pill, warranted pnrely vegetable. The bent Family PHI now before the public. Vire 26 Ctnti pn Bnt. Tin, DtLLiMAUfm, Cleveland, Proprietor. For Sal by C. R. M'CULLOCII, Fremont. Fremont, April 30th, 18(10. lftyl. Itlothem, Head Thin. The fallowing li an extract from a letter written by the pastor of a Baptist Church, to the "Journal and Messen ger," Cincinnati, Ohio, and speaks Tolnmeil In furor of that world-renowned mMlclne Mr. Wikblow'r Sooth iifn Syrup for CmMmxx Tttirritiitci. "We nee an advertisement In your column of Mm. Win low Soothing Syrup. Now we never atd a word In fa vor of a patent medicine before In our life, but we feel compelled to My to your reader that thin la no humbug Wl BAT! THUD IT, AMD I SOW IT TO III ALL IT CLAIM. It la probably one of the moat aneoeaiful medicine of the day, because It la one of the beat. And those of your ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 September 1861

Fremont Journal. A SHORT STORY. Respectfully Dedicated to those Democrats. who believe in the Rump Platform. THE CAUSE OF THE WAR. Tmrt -'liWr That tin tlsll vlf kjr which our Country Is at prnt distract), la tha natural offspring i rMiful.ed .rclinriatlsm, enapntinrfld by rstiatiral mgi tatora north tU aa aoath.' tnf Platform Commints. "The Slnvcrr question is i mere excuse. Tho oleciion of Mr. Lincoln a mero pretext! The present secession movement is the result of an enormous con- splraey formed more. Vh an a year ainco, formed by the leaders of tho Southern Con federacy more than twelve months ago." Stkpben A Doiolas. "Resolved, by the House of Representa tives of tho Congress of the United States, That the present deplorable civil war has been forced upon the country by the din unionists of the Southern States, now in revolt against the Constitutional Govern-1 mont, and in arms around tho Capitnl." Crittbndrn'b resolution voted for by the Republican and all the Democrats except ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 September 1861

nncklnnd Ac nvrrt'tl, Atlnrn.yeant Oromeellera at t.aw, aed BnllMtttHI III Chanrery, will attend to prnfpMlonal he. Inesa anil lAnd Arinry In Haniiiiaky and a-ljolnlnfr onuntlc. Office, 2nd story nneidann a liter, rrmnoiil. R. r. HUUKLAND. HOMER KVKRKTrV J. L. GREENE & SON. Attorneys at T.awj will attend to all bnntnrim entrusted to their care. Office In Tyler's Block, Corner of Croghan and Front streets, Fremont, Olilo. o. xv. paok , ATTORNEY AT LAW, INSURANCE AND OF.NFRAL AGENT, 2lnt Notarji public, Cltde, Sasdubkt Countt, O. All business latrusted to his eare, faithfully end promptly 41 execute.. W. I. KEIjIiEY, M. I. TTAS opened n nfllrte In nacelaml's NEW Block ftppo I J, site the Oro.lian Houee, for the purpoM of prectta Inn Medicine and Surgery, where he can he found during the flay, (while not professionally eturaffed) and nt night at lili realdenca.n Main tttreet nearly oppo.ite the Kpia eo pal Church. Aug. i!3 181. Ilomnfopntliy. Dr. J. W. Paimo, having established him...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 September 1861

Jwinont$0imml FREMONT: OHIO. ZBAAO NC. ttXJBI.BB., Editor. Friday, September 13, 1861. UNION STATE TICKET. For Oorf nior, DAVID TOD. For Lieutenant Governor, BENJAIVLN STANTON. Tot Supreme Judge, JOSIAH SCOTT. For Treasurer of State, 0. TOLOKT DOR9F.Y. For Secretary of State, It. B. COWAN. Comptroller of the Treasury, JOSEPH II. RILEY, slumber of Board of Public 'Works, JOHN r. TOR HENCE. UNION COUNTY TICKET. Representative ALOXZO THO R P E. Auditor OSCAR BALL. Trwitrtr DANIEL L. JCNE. Sheriff. L. R. FERGUSOX. Committioner JOHN BEERV. Recorder A. F. GALLAGHER. Surveyor JOSEPH L. RAWSOX. Prosecuting Attorney H. W. WIJTSLOW. Coroner N. B. CALDWELL. Infirmary Director P. BEAUGRAND. Union Judicial Convention. The delegates to be appointed by the several counties composing tbe first suo-dtvtslon of tho Fourth Judicial District (sppolntmente to be made In such manner as ttaev aw ehoo,) are requested to meet in Conrention at Cltpk, Sandusky County, Ohio, on the VMh ilay September, 1861, at...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 September 1861

Special Notices. Health! Health! Uso Old Dr. Dellonbiiiigh't Celebrated HERMAN t M P It O VED Sugar touted, Anti-nttim Liter mni Blood Pill$, warranted purely egetable. The best Faratly Pill now before the public. Vim 26 Otull per Dot. Pn. Pm.l.lvtMrOH, Clerelaml, Proprietor. For Sale by C. R. M'CUU.OCH, fremont. Fremont, April SOth, 18(10. Uyl. Mothers, Read This. The following In an eittaot from by paatnr of a Baptist Church, to the "Journal and Mossen- rer ." Cincinnati. Ohio, and sneaks yolumca In faror of that world-renowned medicine MM. Wihm.0 w'i Soorn mo Srutr for CtiLniiEU TrrBia: "We see an advertisement la your column of Mrs. Win lnw'i ".nothing Byrnp. Now we nerer said a word in fa vor of a patent medicine before In our life, but we feel compelled to any to your reader that thla ll no humbug Wl VAT TKIRD IT, AKD MOW IT TO HI ALL IT CLAIM. It la probably one of the moHt successful tnedlcinei of the day, beeauee It le ono of tho bent. And thoae of your reader! who hare tab...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 September 1861

Fremont Journal. State Union Convention. TtA Ohio Union Stat Contention convened t Columbnl on Thnrwlay, August 5th, nd called to order at half put ten o'clock. Thot. 0. Mitchell, of Cincinnati, yrtx appointed tem porary Chairman, and John C. Groom, of Col umbiw. Secretary. The following Committee were then appointod. ON CREDENTIALS bint. Int. Judge Warren. Id. B. B. Bnod-re.e, 8.1. J. A. Watt, 4th. O. W. Welle, 8th. If. B. Plummer, eth. E. K. Wllklna, 7th. J. Q. Smith, 8th. O.K. ."layman, th. C. O. Tillntenn, 10th. M B. B.irtl.-tU, lllh. A. W. WrljM, 1.1th. W. Bnntlrr, . 13th. 0.11. Clark., 14th. R. R. Donnelly, lMh. R. I.an.lne;, 18t ll. B. Cr.ne, 17th. C.J. Albright, 1Mb, C. Rflnhari, 10th. A. MeKovnolds, 20th. r. E. Slow; Slit. Dr. Jnbn llcCook. ON RESOLUTIONS. ni.t. Mat. 11 J. B. Bolllster, !M 84 L. D. Campbell, 4th R. 8. Krl, 8th O. I.aaie, 8th D. C. Gaatnn, th A. O. HcBlnieT, 8th B. Stanton, 8th J. J. fcteloer, llth H.I1. Hunter, 12th J. W. Andr.nl, 18th 00. II. Safford, lath...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 September 1861

ru.j.... -rl fitiiiwl1nrt K t,w. ni. tfnTirltnrN kincT in 5finiluiky And B'ljriiitinf conntlew. Office, 2nd R. P. BUCKI.AND. m 'at p. rv r. v n r, i , J. L. GREENE & SON. A'tfornsrs t I.wj will attend to ill bustneas entrn.teo: I o their ear. Om-e In Trier's Woe-, Comer of Oroghan ana Front streets, Fremont, Olilo. O. W. 1 A OK , ATTORNEY AT LAW, INSURANCE AND GKNERAT. AflENT, , ntt Notary) flabl'if, Cltdk, Sandusky County, O. 411 MiIhu UtrtisU to bis ear, faithfully n4 promptly 4$ executed. XV. I. KEIiliEY, Me I. i Am. t while not nr st hie residence OB Mln Street nearly opposite the Epis copal Church. Aug. 23 1801. IIomaopnlhT. Pr. J. W.FilLlKO.harlns; established himself for rurnoe" of nrarticin- Homoeopathy tn thle P1" n? i.i ur..u. .nnn..nM, in the nuhlic that '. L .- in v.i. .t,ni oe.lrone of arall- In themselres of llomoeonathle treatment, to rely with eerUinty upon prompt attention to tlietr calls, whether er out ot town. , . R IT Onlce at his residence, on the Turnpike,...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 September 1861

Jfrcmon (ounral FlUfiMONT: OHIO. XIAAO ZVX. KX2Z1Z.Z1B., Udltor. ""Friday, September JoTui7 UNION STATE TICKET. ' IW BOTwnor, , r vY V ID T O For Lieutenant Governor, " neJAniN stanton. ' For Supreme Judgn, ' ' ! JOSIAH BCOTT. For Treasurer of State, ' ' "' I). TOI.ONT ItORSF.Y. For Secretary of State, ' R. 11. COWAN. Comptroller of tlio Treasury, JOSEPH 1L R1LGT. Monitor of Board of Public Works, join r. TOHRF.NCB. DISTRICT UNION TICKET. ' 'OR COMMON PLEAS JUDGES, a. r. TATLOH, Long Trrm. JOHK l CKEBNF., Short Term. ' FOR BBNATOR, i JOHN KRLLKY. UNION COUNTY TICKET. KeprfentativeALOiiZO THORPE. Auditor OSCAR BALL. 1'rmnrer DANIEL L. JUNE. ; Sheriff. A.. R. FERGUSON. tbrnmiMioiMr-JOHX BEERY. Recorder A. F. GALLAGHER. Snwyor JOSEPH L. RAWSON. iYoMCNn'no Attorney H. W. WINSLOW. 1 tWowr N. B. CALDWELL. Ufirmary Director V. BE AUGRAN1X Union Meeting at Hessville. The trao Democracy of tlie Black Swamp bogio to eo the deception their partisan leaden desire to practice on them. Thoy Lave ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 September 1861

llcnllht llcnltht Uso 01J Dr. DellenUugh't Celebrated O E U M A N IMl'llOV r. D fir Ceetcs, AnU-mUmta lAttr and Md PUU, warranted purely TrjcUMe. The) beat Fatally Mil ow before the public Frinn Oste ptr Bn. Dr. PnitsHAiioii, Cleveland, Proprietor. For Sale by C. R. tTCVU.OCtl, rrarooBt. Fremont, April 20th, HoO. Hyl. . irw..thetrw. Heart Till". an.. ....i. i. a. tract from letter written by the p.ator of . Baptl.t march, to th. "Joer-al and Meassi.. n..ion.tl. Ol.lo. and speaks mtnmes. In favor of that world-renowned medlclne-Mas. WlltsuoWn Soots ioSTBOfroBCnii.BTatfTirrai 'We .ee an advertisement In jour eolumne of Mrs. Win loWl ".nothing BymB. ow w" " ld word ,n f Tor of patent medicine before In ear lire, bat we feel compelled to aay to yoor reader, that thi. ll no humtrag- wl (1T nin IT, MB BXOW IT TO AM. IT ClilMt. It Ii probably one of tbe moet racoeeernl medicine, of the day, because it ll one of the brut. And thoee of your readers who have beWea can't do better tun to ley I...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 September 1861

Fremont Journal. The Financial Prospects. iVrvsj'nnnl," th intelligent nod rolinMo WWiinprloD correspondent of tho Fhilndol pbin " Prt(- tnys: "The extraordinary ttccesa winch hut sttended the financial schemes, of Secrstary Chnto will , create gratifying' turpris among oor European sympathisers and friends. A few weeks go, before the, issue of tha Socrotara "Ap peal" to the people, and shortly after the adjournment of Congross, I iaw a letter writ ton by an eminent English capitalist to a Cabinet minister, in wbicb ne stated ttinl if Congress would clothe tb President with full powers, and carry out the suggestions of the. Sccrctery of the Treasury, all that would bo necessary to awaken tho enthusi asm of tha English fund holders would bo for tho London Time to attack American credit. Tbe writer pledged himself that the course of that paper was no indication rjf the feeling of the capitalists of Enclnad and France, and that if wo could only make the impression that the Governmont o...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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