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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 1 November 1861

nnrklMnd Evfrclt, Attorney, and Oowneellora at Lew, and Hollnlton in hneerv, will attend to professional bualnwie anil Land iaeaey In Sandusky and adjoining Mantle. OfBoa, lad Story liami.Tin ntnw, rnMH H. r. BUUKI.AND., HOMER EVERETT. 1 1 J. L. GREENE & SON. srtnvwey t Imi will attend to ill baslaeea tnirntai a their rsr. Onlce la Tyler'a Block, Corn.! elGrogrian snd Front streets, rrnont, Ohl. O. W. PAOTli ATTORNEY AT LAW, ' ' INSURANCE AND OENERAL AGENT, J " , Slnti JTotara public, . . Cltdb, Saiidusm Courrr, 0. 411 bnslnes. ltn.rt la bin mr, faithfully and promptly 41 KWIH- W. I. KEIiliEY, M. I. ITS. ft. Modi A9 ftnd a ' Bneklnnd't NK W Block oppo pit the uropn" "") "r ins piirpn-t nrnrnctic 4loln Si.rry1wi.m he cnn In fnnnd during tb day, ( at hia reali! ivlin not proRnmoni.ur fnarnfrd) rind at nlirlit hi hln rfdldnca on Main Street near I j rmiiniltc the Enid- opal Charcta. A Hi. 23 ISnl, f ; llomeropalhf. !)p. J. W. Faim.vo, having establlahed himself forth, purpose of 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. — 1 November 1861

Jrtwmi tlournal. FREMONT: OHIO. ISAAC 1YE. KBSUSR, Editor. Friday, Notcmbcr 1, 18 I. War Meeting at Clyde. Tho citisen of Clyde and vicinity are in vited to attend a wiir meeting to be hold in Re. O. R. Brown' Church, in lhat village, to-morrow evening, Saturday, Nov. 2d. An address will bo dolivorcd by II. W. Winslow, Esq. - - The State Election. Wt (five below, by counties, the majorities on Oorernor: majobities roa von. majorities roa it. ktt Orern Krie Hamilton Treble Carroll Summit Sanduaky Clarke Montgomery ("humpaign Fayette Delaware Guernsey Iiogan Marion Shelby Miami Morrow Athens Rom Gallia Clinton Warren Portage Cnyahega Highland, Hardin Mahoning Muskingum Trumbull Madison Lorain Ooshocton Tuscarawao Lnca Adams Vanwert Stark Columbians Nobis Washington Jacksoa Medina 'Williams Lake Geauga Jefferson, Knox Wood Henry Ashtabula Kulton Harrison Lawrence Meigs Morgan Ottowa Paulding Scioto Union Vinton Total, Wsvna Ml8 Richland 17031 Licking 847 1551 2236 304 Darks Butler Sene...

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

.V 3 1 i-ji A eh .Aa. m ' f ror f7. flwriV and Permanent Cure of Smmai WenKnr. Nocturnal and Piufnat Emtenon, Xervavi and General Debility, Impotence, and nil Diacn anting from Solitary Jfabite or Exceneipe Jndutffence, Tnrfrfc rn tr.miitvorlt of YmiNO MM, " Mfttm Anan an Oi o Ml, who . Mm nu.l For th. trnallt of oht w. VT ' V? ' mpiotnl, Till nlrr,M Mf th Hack wJ Ximni, Wrs th of IM Heart, iy i, is nf Memory Vo f tdrnt, P'prertio nf Spin i , SfWrfy, .f-liitrt, TtmHiiy, r. Fur 1 th - I'mpwrni thM Mined. will b foua run ind ft) of i fauad ft " Hors-tv ThoM rsms.Us tnbrtice thrM prMorlpttoni i A bot of pnttoU, ft bot nf ftVrrom TVtwitf '. sat ft bX of KlWIs ff)ne '. all of whicli fcsvt ImporUnl offlnai to perform, nd should b nfltl totter (a vary- rss. Thvir suj..riTitT vr otbor modoi wf trcfttmeni ma tn btiftW taa ft fol lows, vti: " Tlwy dimlnfnh tlio T lot -Oft of 'nil "Xsmri.. r Tii liumvdifttoljr arras. KooinrMftl ait diurnal emlf- OrThny rmnv lct wpi"ss, atnilug tit organs to mi...

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

Fremont Journal. Particulars of the Santa Rosa Attack. [From the New York Times, Oct. 25th.] .Among IU4 rurivsls bjr tho McClellsn yesterday from Fort Picksns, vera sovon personii who tiaJ been living at Millon, in Alabama thirty miles abova rcnsacola, anl bo lnvo Bucceodcd In mng their eacapa from ilia rebels with a good doal of difficulty. Thoir names am si follows N. A. Tackard and wife; Mr. Gillette, Express Agont; Mr. Johnson, Engineer on tha Alabama and Ponsacola Railroad; Capt. John Buller and wife, and Frank Smith. tthoy woro all in fai'orof the Union, and bava left tlio South, at tha sacrifice of all tbeir property, on account of their attach ment to tho National Government. )n an interview with Mr. Packard, we learn apood deal that was interesting concerning aQiaira la that quarter, lie bad been making ar rangemonta for aoma time to leave at the first favornblo opportunity. On the 10th he wont down the river to Pcnsacoia on business, and, in company with the others named w...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 1 November 1861

Fremont Journal. EXTRA. General Hill's Report. AND THE ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS. gxvlonatorw oftkt ttept tain kit command toi- tnvtpt aid vwnu 6m. Uartuttt army M Fir fiamamd Maryland. HKAD QUARTS RS, U. S. YOUJXTEKBS, Gbafton, July 22, 1861. J To Maj. Gen. G. B. llcCUOan, Command g the Detftcf the Ohio: Sir: I have the honor to submit the follow ing statement of facta, showing the operations of my command, in attempting to intercept the retreat, and to capture a portion of Gene ral Gamett'i army from Laurel Hill. When I was first assigned to duty here, the Cheat River line was in the hands of Col. J. Irvine's command, (16th Ohio Reg't,) and he continued in charge of the line until the night of the 15th inst On the first inst I went over the line with CoL Irvine from Rowlesburg to the Cheat riv er bridge, five miles above and then gave him in writing a!l of the instructions which I had received from the Department Head-Quarters, touching that line. The instructions as given to me and ...

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

Itnrkland A. Kverarif, " tiwiwfowl (ItnnlVn a I .aw. tm Holleltara I Chaoeevv, will etnd to profoaalnnal ouelneea and l,ano Afeanv I Sa"t" aa eHJnlnln eeaati.. One, tnd atorv Btirklan'ra lliocs. Fremont f t. 8U0RXAND. . J HOUR. RVKftKTT. " " J. L. GREENrj & SON. ' Attorney, at I,aw will attend In ill rmalfieee mUnitri to their r, Ofoce In Tyler'. Black, Corner ofCrojhan 4 front etrvet., Fremont, Ohio. 1,-, . iC. "IV. PA01!,i ATTORNEY AT I AW, INSURANCE AND iOKNERAL AOBNT, ' ." 2lnb Notorg public, - . ', Clyde, Sarpuskt Coohtt, O. Al ouelneae latrtetea to hi rare, faltufolly and promnttj 4S ..acuted. t , - , , i . W. I. KELIiEV, M. 1. TTAi opened an effl In BiirtlMieVi NEW Bln-i nnno 11 ettethe Ornihnn Bonn, r tbe nerpo.e of preotie InjTOilicln. and BurgTT. wllir he rnn hi! found during ho itjr, (white "t profeeelonellr enprafrel) and at nl.hi at hii reeldeae. Main Street nearlv oj,po.iu the Kpla palCbwreh. . An. U Itsi. , . .. Homtropaihy. , . Ir. J. W. Failisg, luring eataMl.hr...

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

JfrentontgmtrMl t FREMONT: OHIO. ISAAC ZVX. KHSXtBSL, Xlditor. Fridaj, November 8, 1S61. Tod's Majority. The official returns give Tod a awjority of UflOX Tle rant of tha ticket about tbe tame. Massachusetts' Election. Tha Republican Stuta ticket Is sleeted by 32, COO majority. Both branches of the Legislature ara largely Republican. Samuel Hooker, Rep, ta sleeted to Congress In Burllngsro dielrtct, over Q. B. TJpton, Dem., by 900 majority. New York Election. Tba Palo Bute ticket ta alaetad by 100,000 Majority. Tha Legislature ia alcaoat aoanimoaa Union. New Jersey Election. Only menbera to tha Legislature vara elect. l la tats Btata. Returns indicate tha election of 11 Damocrata and 10 Repablkanata tba Sen ate, and SI Democrat, 93 Republic na and 1 Independent to tha House. Maryland Election. The returns indicate that A. W. Bradford, Union, ia elected Governor by about 15,000 ma jority, Good enough. Wisconsin Election. The return eo fat from the State indicate the election of L. 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. — 8 November 1861

"Mill JV At Apeoiy and JVrmanew. Care o Ai.nJ Wmknen, Nocturnal mnd Ihurnal Snuteione, Xervout and Otntral Dtbility, Impotence, and n Dieeofo truing from, Solitary Valuta or JCxeontiva Indulgence. Turn.: ar. ..... i t L''IuJI M. . .h... dieeeMe. M.nr, peer,..., re a . w .fnnlnal. will PI "' If lM n4 Jmifr. Jfenttrv Confmtin !1rio Spml Arm turn Ttaw)"! vmbriMt .hrM prMriptlona : A box of f,nMb, ft bo of NrvM Tonic Filh, And ft bo I of Virik ffVmrc Villa, ftll of wbkh liRT ImpurUat to perform, n ibottH fe rag-other in f vtrj e.M. Their mfHrftv r thr it sf trcaiiavat t. briefly utd m hi !, wit Tlw 41m. Dish th TiHn f miu. ifWeme,. Til. IwmeJmWljr fttt MtnrMl fto4 diral mU- "T!i rera W vrint, enilu th. org! U Miomi lhir hi tart.. tou ftiid tlgnr. - Thrr itrflnrtbtn the tn..i.u..o by to..I MrT ut .TWIIIf'iiH irnortil wmIimb. t . . -Titr ftMiMfttM iflriMk wbich r -,,,- 4prMt4, by pell lot; all loln c-.tu.r-, from thft .m. "Br Ihttr ivifniM wnyiu thr TMUM th. frfttioat W tiu Btrl fiollh M ...

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 November 1861

Fremont Journal. Poem by Col. Baker. .4J.J. Fnrnsr writm from Washington to tha Fhiladalphia Pro; "la tny conmipnia upun the laaMitard Colonel ltiikct 1 Minted Hint, in addi tion to hi ninny olliur intellectual Rifi lie was 6n poet a, remark that waa received by nmuy Willi aurpriw. I mo permitted to vmlilioTi mir f bia fnijilive ii:oi, writtm Ly him twelve years nr;r, and now in Oie jxtaspasion of an inti mnto fi iciid in tliia city. Observe ho tbe last worse applies to lii fate:"1 " ' .;7. L". '...fo. a five, i" 7 , Doflt tboaaauk a Ur, villi thy availing ervat, Oh 1 ware that leave.t thy tnotlirr'a bream? Post thou leap from thu prisoned depths Klow In acorn of their rnlnl and constant miwT Or art thoii aeeking aome diatant land "" "'' To d io in murrain, upon the strand? t Hast thou tales to teUofUie earl-lit deep, . .. V her. the wave.-i helm VI mariner nicks in sleep? Canst thou apeukof unvifs that sunk inprido, Ere the roll uf Uicir Uiundcr iu echo died? M'Jiat tropin, it hat ...

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 November 1861

f i lnckfrtto 'A'fivrretl, ' ' KiUrnyh CoitMrY at t,rinl Solicitor! Id rinwrr, wdl ttnl to prxfpi)(nnl biif.iiar And Ln1 Anw tn luvlnKk and adtokiing oort.t Offlnt, Sad ir nunc inn'i ni shl'a Ri-vl. Vrcmnttt. R. F. HCCRLAND. HOMRR IVPRETT. 1 v J. I GREENE "A: SON Mtrnovfi at ""; will attend to all VnlnMntnitd tn Uir trK . Mrn tn ller'a BlekCorBr TOroghan and I'mM ilwtp, Fremont, Ohio. V.- W. 'PAOE. ATTORNEY AT LAW, INSI.ItANCB AND GKNKRAL AGENT, : flirt Notary) Public, " S CLVD1I, SArtDtJSKT CotJKTT, O. AW tulnul t.tr.at.d to hi. mr, faltbfallx sn4 prsmptlr 40 .SXCUlBa. . AV. I. KEIiiiEY, M I. All ond an Baehtmnd'a KKW BliHk oppo- ittfn kftd Hvnrrr,hre ha ann be found durinr th day., whtla no nnifMrtoiwllT (nnml) and at night at bin fdl'Unca on Ham turret a parly opposite the Kpiv copal Church. Aug. 23 Wl. -j Ilniiiieopafliy' Pr. J. W. Faii.iko, having antAblUhcd hlmwlf fortha Dtirtofl of Dmntlfilnr MomtPonAthv In thin dUc and vl einity , would rmpftrtrullr announr to the public tha...

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 November 1861

Fremont Journal. FREMONT: OHIO. zsaao m. kbbi.ur., Editor. Friday, NoTcmbcr 15, IS6I. News from the Fleet. Entire Success of the Expedition. TWO FORTS TAKEN. FLIGHT OF THE REBELS. Slaves Flocking to our Ships. Great Fight at Piketon. 400 REBELS KILLED. 1,000 MORE TAKEN PRISONERS. Fight At Belmont. Massacre of Union Soldiers at Guyandot, Virginia. THE TOWN LAID IN ASHES. Skirmishes, &c., &c. From the Fleet. Philadelphia, Nov. 12. Tho Enquirer hai tbo following from Fort Monroe, derived from a rebel source: In anticipation of tbe arrival of the great expedition, the rebels . have been nngaped in errocting batteries upon a point of Hilton's Hoad and on the opposite neck of land. The principal forti fication on Hilton's Head was denominated Fort Walker, situated on low land and par tially concealed by trees and underbrush. Adjoining it were other batteries of amnller size, but so connected as i proro a formid able bar to the entrance of vessels. Fort Beaufort was of considerable...

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 November 1861

7"- fV 5x-rVv mtrf Yrmanfflf Cure of Seminal rVAK.( y turnul and Diurnal Emission, X and General Debit?, Impotent nui t 7 IHw aritng mm Solitary Hnbils or KxCMsiv indulgence. Milium? - ilwitMiiJi or Yolko mm. m " Minm I A ukm '. Mkn, lKraiiflrono)t io in xttn ltiir ttii. o.mdili., or wt wllM ' K.f thu iK-mtflt of itirh. w- hrwith RtT tVw r or in moil i Had J.imtYt. , MM ami Jt l.r.t ilia -Vt, ftiHr.i"i 'i IA ,-, jffpw, Ao r t'fir'v AV'- UHrtrnai, Ttm witty, etc. l'-r frier, iti4 all f l,A n.r, vuift'i iliM rciMjillo wHl Iw feu lid ft "9ovr- tmhri Hire prwrirtlon.i A Pl.l-I.. .. nf yerrnnt ." ihlU. nJ bo f V'ik twiim- ril; nil ..f whi.-u l.nve iiti.nrunt uilin to prrnria, and hld ni1 Inftli'r ! averjr raw. Thir auprlorltf rr tthir nieilw wf truatincBt lua W Lrtvflj tUUd M M- . via: T )" Tti-ij I umvilift'clj arrest i'lmal ami diaraal ! 0"Thv r-mftvn l.al writ Vn enitiiuf th orgaal to ft4iiitif) t'tMir nnttiral t-nii- aixl viro it tr I'Ik-j tir inttlin Hi wiiiftltiititin Vj' varoniiD ...

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 November 1861

Fremont Journal. Fremont Journal. Life is Short, but Art is Long. , . j j The anal to all will tome; To Koine, tli Kuinmoim bom ( Sfttwiy m it nty in nwitrer Bom (5. ..r, , .Thtlifa io quickly cono L011R Art cannot prolong, 9 With p in iath of Kciewa roaininj. -Tho child of Lift', immortal Art, Bringn no relief, or etir, to caae lt parent's! heart, ,T1m work of Life) ramaini; , The marlilo atill reUim fh form of Life by artist hnl engraTen. The inaKtor a htart la cold, The skillful hand are mold, 11 The restless aoul lion found the peaceful hnYen. Life blnnma but for a little hour, But ileathleoa art preaeitea the frajrranca of ita flower: . . To mortal yet belong ' Th- aympathy and mf ..To allien the yeara in ordir awift. arc baatiug. No more that voice aliall ling, ' No more ita tmiaic ring, O'er all the earth, the apell of gnina canting. 1 Thesonir of Lifu thnn aineer'a life. , Longer endures, aa fema of fight outlaata Uie .true Devotion to the Cause. The New York Tribuno relates...

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 November 1861

niicklnnd Erf-rett," ! . Attorney! nd Cmm-wllon t Law, nnd Bolldton In fhuiatrr, will ettnd to profMnioniU binru tit Lan. tiqr fi. fUrviHuVT ftnd Af.jo.ninf count.. Offlrf, 2nd tort BarkUnfl'i Block. f remnut. B. P. BUCKI.AND. HOMER tVKRFTT. J. L. GREENE b SON. Attnrnvjri at t.nir; wilt ftU(n. to nil btilnM ?ntHitH to thMr cure, Offlw In Ty Ipt' Block, Corner ol Crof ha and Front itreeU, Fremont, Ohio. . c. xv. iacjk. , , ATTORNEY AT tAW, i' JMsURANcB AND OENERAH AOENT.I ,'. ',, b Notary pnblic, Ciydb, Sanduskt Cocntv, O. All bullion Intrusted to hie ear., Ihlthfully prnmpUj . 4 executed. " XV. I. KEIsI'EY, M. 1. I. YTA8 opened n efllw In nurklnnd'e NEW Block onpo I I ' ne Croehan House, for th. purpose of praclic fne Medicine end Sanrerv, where he en be found during the day, (while not professionally ene-aged) end at night At hie reelrtenceon Main Street nearly opposite thp Kple cepal Church. Aug. 23 1801.' : Itoinrcoputhy. T. J. W. Fah.iso, having estahllsheil himself forthe nrnoe...

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 November 1861

Fremont Journal. FKKMONT: 01,10; ISAACS IVX. SBSUQR, Editor. ; ' Friday, NoTcmbcr 22, 1861. An Important Statement. 1 Secretary Qhsse, in th. Kiun of re niarks srldrtwsl lo tit Kw York banker, Isst ek sotonlingto the Now York World gsre strong and pniutrd assurances tliat ths Gowra tnrnt now nf tbeir way olearly to qurll the rebellion: that they had information which war ranted him in saving that the public would aoon htar glad tiding of aucc.ss, more atartling and more effective ia tbeir result than tboe from Port Royal and the Went: that neither the Oov. rnment nor General McClellna erer had the leaet idea of placing the army in winter quar tera, but, on the contrary, the military plan con- templatnd regular, systematic and energetic ao- tivityin pushing forward upou the rebels as pruaence ana luticmeni aiciatca; mat uovern- months mnI,.f,,rtsn.,,T,r,1evrrrlinl,ilitT,nero until February 1, and that ail the machinery the Department wa gradually working into ery satisfactory state o...

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 November 1861

- I - ,V--' .1 i i ". f.r Snec-tu ami remanent Cure of Stmxtml WrukMM, .VoWuraa. wf Piural $mot yc v awl Uemral Dtbtlity, Impotence, J ""Til ami n't Diacawn annngfrom oodijr u !yw cc.' ' Snirtti. AttriitM )'nr each and H f " Huvtr- FI 'S'.tSESiS S 'T-iM and lirnk ,,',; ,,; ;vnnunl thaflo rtmwUoi will H fouud ft ThM rvmwllei embrace three rcicrlitlni t A box of Jfi(K ft bi of Nrrvumf 7Vmte J'.., aud a IraX of KM f.f! rifti, all f which hnve Important offloM ta nrfrm, And honld b ntnd U?itlier In arnry mm. Tlioir auperior. tv evr thr modct of ireuttnent may U brlfly itftiwl M fof ltwi, Til ; i ft if- They diminish the Tloletiee of next.! e.ten...t. U aj- Tlii liniiitjtHatcly arre nocturnal and uliurtiel mU- h'"idrTliv r-nievt Wal wknM, eaiuiug Hit organa to iidi Ihm'r natural teue atid vtKor, 1. Ti,..y ptrn?tlieB tha cnnttitullrtft y otiwomlttg nerv- - Ti-ov enliven the Tv4rl "M are nanaKy 4naaad, W ...,.( all tiUinn hmi frem aha ayfteiti. "B" their lai(r"ratin nrapattfaa Ibafjaitara ...

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 November 1861

Fremont Journal. The Storm at Hatteras Inlet. ' .ftwnt Btdrtrt nnd flood at Hatter. lakt the 1(4 nd Sid of November . T.M coompunied by terrific Unipest irhMi trv ihe waves from tie ocean Across the Wnfid-balf milo vide into the Sdund, to that not !potofland wm lo be, acou. The Yin f'll itl torrents, and the corrono- jdoniVlhV Trd"'" g'V0 tbo following crranhin arwilint of tbo terror and perils Of ?. . ... . l i i the scene, ana OI mo unmnifPa sirstninru, in a letter of the 2nd inst: "' All tbo lower portion of the island, where Forts Ualteraa and Clark are situated, was under aster, and so sudden was tbo up heaving and ao violent the storm, tbat. all chances of eeeapa were- cnt off before tbe morning light camo. It was utterly im possible for any aeeisUnoe to reach, them from our fleet so terrible was tho Hattcraa storm. ' And it was not until a breaker swept across tbo island, carrying mon, tents, shanties, and every creeping' thing with it, that the Soldiers were awsro of tha pre...

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 November 1861

Iturltland ,V Everett. Attorneys and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitors In Chancer, will attend to professional business and Land Agtnry (n flandunkT and adjoining counties. Office, 2nd story ntfkUnd'd Block. Fremont. R. t RUCKLAND. HOMER EVERETT. J. L. GREENE & SON. Attorneys at Law; will attend tn all biisineas entrusted to their car. Office In Tylrn Block, Corner of Croghan and Front streets, Fremont, Ohio. C. XV. IAK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, INSURANCE AND GENERAL AGENT, 2lni Notttrg flttbltc, Clyde. Sandusky Countt, O. All hn.lnees Intrusted to hi. care, faithfully snd-promptly IV. I. KEIiliEV, M. 1. HAS opened n nflle In Rlickl.nd's NEW Block nppo Kite th. Crofch.n Hon, for the pnrpoe. of nractie tnf .ledlcine end Hurirerv, where lie ran he found during the day, (whtl. not professionally engaged) And lit nl(rhi at bit residence on Main Street nearly opposite th. Kpis copal Church. Aug. 2.1 1901. Ilomu-opatliy. Dr. J. W. FarMlm, having established himself for th. imcw,.. of nrartici...

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 November 1861

Fremont Journal. FREMONT: OHIO. IS A AO XVX. SSBLSR, Editor. Friday, NoTembcr 29, 1861. Result in Wisconsin. the Democratic pruw ot tliu country have Leon aiuusiiig their readers with the absurd statement that tlieir pnrty hail mado exteniiro gain! at the late election in Wisconsin, and wme of their paper e Ten went to far a to say that the Democratic party had carried the State. The official returns dispel this illusion. The majorities for the several Republican candidates for Stats officers will stand in rovind numbers as follows; Governor, 8,500 Lieutenant Governor, 5,800 Secretary of State, 11,000 Treasurer, 12,800 Attorney -General, ia.000 Superintendent Publio Instruction, 9,500 Bunk Comptroller, 7,500 State Prison Commissioner, 7,700 At the previous Governor's election, the Re publican majority was but 3,030. Cavalry Regiments. The War Department baa stopped the raising of any new regiments of cavalry. The num ber raised in the several States are ftcijiinenU, Men. New York ' ...

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