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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 February 1862

Fremont Journal. " ; fREMONTi OHIO." 1 ixi t. a i ni tl 1 , in imi i IIAAO nc KnEX.3l, Sditor. Friday; 'February , I862r, v Mr. Thorpe's Defense. . r We, tire read Air., Tfcorpe' ommuiiicatio6 io tu: r-VIwyffV, but. we carrlied in vain for (jwy ik'lenw r ar.guiiicn,t justify ing hid vote on Ihe Drmwl i-eoluli.(ria,,,,io net U noon noire ferlo his rot. at all. but in nearly two ,iumn.oflanginreg.Mlto"Koeler;.nd.insnltito to tha 1J?0Q Eemiblifana to whom ho w his .oleclion... The artiale. beamevjdenco tliat Hr, , Tbori ha born s careful render ot the Jffrn fr, tiie ideas and language being so near identi cal with tfmi sheet, that no one but an eepert could detect the difference. f Our controversy with Mr,.Thorpc ciin be ex plained in A rery few words. Wo charge hirrt prilli having eiidearored to place the Legisla tes of Ohio in oppoaitivn to suy interference with alaTory whatever, not erea totatw tlin VnUnfrom dittoluiio. ,TUat we niay not da Mr. Tliorpe any ityusticew quote the renol...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 February 1862

m 0 OfS- J. . 1ST 13 H;J. 1 -O'lP I-I A .... "."XST ti ';..;.' ; O A: :p s , SIIOIvFINDINGS, &C. FOR GAS 111 ok ' READY ',y,'. t ' , PA Y 1 0.NX..Y! ; .BLOCK; nOii - : J HENRY LE6HER. Frrmont, Dec K, 1861. CJUAEFEXBEItO F1MI1Y MEDICINES, RK prepared tinner the Immediate snperrtsion of skillful phreichin, and ther may be relied pon In ail A Ktv prepare! tinner the Immediate snperrtston of cases. - Hie Intelligence of the community Is not Insulted Ijt hee flee of a aiogle medicine which claim to cure Ai.L Disrisfff. btrt tlto ( ires fen) rtrer Heme1it s consist of elev ?n dilTentnt lletllcinee, all unroalcd In the ctire'of the nUtflfle ffr which they a-re reconwnentlefi, nmorg which ntaf be selected one approprtnte ta any of. the diseases in rtdintto this conntry an4 clmte. fnST' TltB OJfSFRNBRRa VKflETABLjC riUA. ate better Uiaa any other kind of Fill in the world Price eentfl. ry THR OH.FrlftKR -UTERIlfK CATHOUCON. aii In fallible remedy lor t emale dlseapea j'rlce, l 60. CTHE C...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 February 1862

Fremont Journal. Take our Paper. ,.Bju entHusiastis Editor ViO Jim faith in acmeir ana tit papery Wcues up ths Muses and irrt u follow: - Tin swot, on winter's night t lams, Jo kit by But, h I tllii Winer thing, y tax, to rea our - caper. - - . - - Won't Ton tk car papar? Cant yea. ur Thereof heart are' little -worth enleee jroti Maidens, waiting loren true, you must Ulte our paper. Hwilri who would not nllc wv,twa mint take wnr r"Pr' ' : - Wea't yo Lite oiw paper 1 Ckn'tyou Uk our Lore's jots bl. you'll novar know, unless you tako our paper, i. . Highly Interesting from East Tennessee. [From the Louisville Demurral, Jan. 30.] Through a fccfitlemsn who arrived in ilia city last evening, direct from Nashville, we learned acme very iuleresling facts. This (rentleman m well known to th proprietor of tbe United States Hotel, where be is topping, and we nre confident bis tUte Bent is a truthful one. . . He left Knoxville, East Tannessoa, in which vicinity bo live, two woekt ago to day fo...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 February 1862

1, L. H)IM jr. H, W. WIUSUOW. oftcnMrf 4c wixgis-ow, AltorMn and Ceaneettore at Lav end Solicitors la Chea , 17, foi Sandusky n4 adjoining Cennttea. OHee In TYLFR BLOCK, Front Rooms, no etalrs. FRKMONT, OnlD. ' ' J.T,1M1 ATTORNEY AT, LAW, , IN3URANCB AND OINIBAL A6KKT, , ,., 2lni Notarfl Public, ' : Cltdi, Saoumt Cocrrr, O. All Vuelneas Intrusted to 1. faithfully ui promptly We I. KEMiHY) M. D. UAH him4 Ml !' KKW Bloc oopo- .it. k rrnitiu Hoqh, lor th. pnrpoee of nractle- IngTledleln. and Surgery, whera he CO br found during the day, (while not ororeainonully engaged) end et night at hi. residence on Main Street nearly opposite tbe Kula- capal Charea. Aug. KB I (ml. Itoina-opailiy. Trr. J. W. Faiuaa, having established himself for the parpoaa af practicing Homoeopathy la thte plee. and vi cinity, would reeawcUully announce to tha nnolte that hia r resect arnutf.rn.ata will enable thnee deoiroue of avail air tknaaalraa af llomororiathte treatment, to rely with eortaiaty upon prompt a...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 February 1862

,-0 , i Oil r Friday) Febraarf 44l86Z.; v ' Toke Courage Anew. At Inat tlio arm move !f ' From all 'pfirts or !nr rmfneiiss lihs of nncrifliortsr 1" rirAfl ing (Ji ' ' aheavlhg VB. f Oolul Atf maids kM taken fiof noH Itlaild i JF.KsnbatU eit,T, Mit rptur4 at lfastS.OOO ,tlif enomj UU 11 tlinir flmkt r.nnnfin. ammunition. . Ac. . Fort Henry,' in TennWweo liasterii taken t but-for ce together with number of prisoner Mod t largcaiamilrt of rmyXoro. ..Aiv Lazier linn taira. agErnssivo against Jackson in, i'oriht fni Virginia. Oil. Garfield is (.Hiking for the enemy .wliieli, nttho ltc.coUiiits,re 1tPcrVin( a1 rircfAil -tVistmircr ticHrcMi IrrehrMiot HmI than tfty rn'iW . Oiiil Thwmlin awn fo-B- fwrfcj, ni i advsac'uig. j, All the divisjoia on Qroen River are on the move. Fort Pwngldson lias be investor! for some dnyn, and we trust era this has fhllen into our hand. ' Out- (run boat on Dm Tnco hrro bean trp th Thrtr Wyoml tha Alabama ii, Mid ruturitod williout inlerruptiou. mportaut jwve...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 February 1862

mm i . 1 i v. w - a-4) HOE-FINDINGB;' &0. "c'ii'e ap, VE R y . .1 i lr'Hi -to i f 1 1 , t ; ....JaAS.IU ; II I ' B IT CK L A W 13 II " 1 Nil h " Nfl A ' llUITI BLOCK."' IllJTr "' HENRY LESHER.' 'Frcmoni, Pee. 4, J ' ,,!...." HAEFEXBKItti FAMILY MEDICINES, ARK iipvitJ nnftr th (mniHIrtU mirrintnit of kUlful phjiricinii, nnd thfjr mny be rvlied opnn In all CM. - ......... ' fit hiM1l?unr oMhfmwnfty In ha InKtiltpd bt ft IT.f f r fttfiIe mrdirfnt wblnh 1r.wiii trt nir jt,t en Hffrnt M1idnp., nH uiMnil.Mrt (he out ff Hi inn? w Kflptxlnn npirf(piiil t any of the dintuwfrlri cidttttn 1hlinnn1t7 and rlmntf. . - belior tri ftn any othor kind of I'.llft In the world Prlct- -5 cents, . ' , , ' '. ' . , .. .- THE CHEFSNBKRtt ITKRINK CATJ.OJJCON. ii nn in fnllible remedy Tor Female 4Jiit;ii- I'ne, $1. 0, el, disru of U KiJnceijurviiiif iflicultU-s in ciftlci- i .- OTnK GH.Kt'EN H1H( S AlLSAlARIIeUA. Uby Car tlie most roFvUuI and cUlcftclou compound in uie Price, , , , , I3TTHK GR.FKNBKHG DV...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 February 1862

Fremont Journal. Condition of the Loyal Indians. Tbo LoTDorU Consfrvaltrs of the I8lb contain interesting account of an interview between AioktivktenukB, Chief of the Seminole, and Opothoyoholo, Chief of lie Creek, both loyal, sod uod. Ijne and other niiioers wliich too pises in that cilf. on Monday last. It will ! roeollected' that aftor a gallant resistance again! the ratals, and three battles, inoy were compelled to tako reftigo in Kansas. In answer to inquirers from Ocn. Lane, the rjhiof gave a oriel account 01 tueir mrow fights with the rebels: ' ., o-an FIRST BATTLS. , , , , As toon as tbe Secessionists commenced enlislinff their men, the loyal Indians with drew. Tboy went into camp and were first attacked at Red Fork. Tbo enemy were tnado tp of Tesnns, Choctaws and half-breed Creeks, more than 8,000 in all. The Union Indians did not exoeod 2,000. The result of this first engagement was a decided Union eiclory. The enemy was pursued fire miles, and their loss was very great, f...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 21 February 1862

t. U OREENB, r. " ' '"" H. W. WIRSL0W. OltKKNB St WlXSIiOW, AtWrVv an Counsellor, at Lew and Sftlteltnr. U Chaa ewrv, for Bendaakr an adjoining CeunllM. Oasea la TYLER BLOCK, Trout llooma, ap stair.. FREMONT, OUIO. Jan.lT.lML ATTORNEY AT LAW, ' " INSURANCE AND GENERAL AOENT, . ftnls Notaru pnbltc, Cltdk, Sandcbbt Cocktt, 0. AM business latrwrttd to l ". raltafellr "P,, 48 .leeoted. XV. I. RBLIiEV, M. . t T AS eoene.1 n ofnre l BneklemTs NEW Block enpo 1 I elte the Croat,.. Ho.-, -r th. nurpn.. .f nree le ieVfaealolae u4 lr.ry,h.r. be be fonniiiiurlne. tk! -t.r, (wkll. ot nrnfeeslonellr .BR.R..I) .ml .t nlffhl . kl. r-Udenee M fceia 8""l Ml eppnalU th. Kple pl Ckereh. Au. 23 1.. Ilomuopniliy Or. i. W. FilllKfl, havlne MtablUih.d lilnMlf for th. earpoe. of practicing Homeopath la. thl. plac. and vl inttv. would respectfully announce to th. public that his .inltv-, woaltl reapectftillr nrwont amaeementa will enema moae maairou. 01 .van- In th.msolves of Homeopathic treatment, to Wl wll...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 21 February 1862

J FREMONT:; OinO. IS A AO fcX. XISXSXJaBL.Sditot. Friday, ' Ftbrtary 11,186. The Glorious News. Ths news of th victory at Sent flirill of Joy through mry loyal heart In th tTtiton. A llie magnitude of th victory ' became known In Fremont, general interrhang of eentrttulathia snd food feeling took place moos onr patriotic eitisra. A fcw men, with h.an-do look, eould b mcb sneaking out 6( the wav of honest men, had bo cheer for the o- fcaeion. Of sock ara tha kingdom of Jeff. Pa- . via, and what they ara hanging around here fur ,we cannot Imagine," Perhaps they ara waiting to ha kicked out. '.' But with those who lore th tTulon, of all parties," the joy Wss general, and nr brara and daring troopa at Fort Donelson war hiehly eulogised. They fought aa well aa any troopa ia tha world, and all frel proud of them. For full particular of the fight, read our telef raphla despatches. Rumors. Since tha Fort Dooelawo victory, rumor have Veen aa plenty aa Democrat in the ranka of the jBwaionisl....

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 21 February 1862

K TXR PRRTRRTIO ard cent Of CfUvMffJuH, Jitkm, Ctrnlt RrtmrkUU. tor-rows frs Irefen, Gtirrml fVm7tv, Di.mtyttim, Berqfml. Mar artaws, loll wf Atfrtitt. Pfnrmlfi. Vtmmit C'om flainta, mad mil IHtarittrt af las JVerwewe mni Rlaad Systems. Thin remedv has obtained greet repntstlnu for most EXTRAORDINARY Cl'RK IN ALL 8TAUK f CON RL'MITION. Hit recommended bv many Ihouasnd Phy sicians la tin United Duinuid Europe having been ni di with XSSULTS UHtuIUD l AXXALS " ! rise. TUTES MOST KNOWN. la rami iae vl(Y sisicsrs, superior. Wlnenoater'a Oe-nsUno Preparation," ! tli only reMsMs (arm nf lhe nrroenosriiiTu, made after the original formnle nf Dr. Churchill. ENQUIRE FOR AND OSR NO OTHER. rr A Fair Trial la Certain Cnre. jrj -T PRICR.. la 7 nx Bottles. $1. Six Bottles for j. Id ISaa Bottles, M. Three fur ft. Circular, gratis. Sola bT all respectable Druggists, aad at tha Sola Qsaeral Depot in tha Unit. Stat.,, Ik M. Wl.NC HfcWTFH, M John Street, N. V. A BTKOIFIO XP.MKVT FOB dycrasaisrrAso, ar ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 21 February 1862

Fremont Journal. TEST OF THE MORTAR BOATS. Thirteen Inch Shells Thrown S1/2 Miles— The Mortar Boots Stand it Well—The Experiment a Perfect Success. Correspondence of the Missouri Democrat. February respect efficiency of tho mortar , boats constructed nt St Louit at ill a suggestion of Genernl Kromont, there hnvo been ninny doubts in tits minds of woll iiicnuinff persons, includ ing a Bumbor of army and nary ofBcor. Tboy bmvo been thought clumsy, insufficient in Ibeir bulwark, incapable of U-arinj the henry mortars designed for them, and be yohd all question incapable of resisting the terrible, concussion which would attend the firing of a tliirtoon-Inch shell. All tbeso opinions and prognostications hava been overthrown to day by the e xper imenl made under tho supcriulcndauce of Captain Constable, and before a com tnittno of three composed of himself, Captain-Kilty, of the gun boat Mound City, and Captain Dove, of the gunboat Louisville, One of the mortar boats, No. 35, was ta ken ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 February 1862

j. t. orhsnk; jr. ' w.'winblow. ottr.v.mf St' 'Wtsnt.ow, ' XHntMfcrKtrvttanwHlftrtftt fnw nm flolMtnrn (it Cliin Offlr la TYLER BLOt'ft, Front Room, Of stair,,, ', . FREMONT, OHIO.. t ,", ' ,Jaa.l7,lW2. ' - ' - i-n L.JiUH.U -I.,.,, -t . i. ATTORNEY AT 1 IsA"W, ' ''' 1NSURAN0BAND dgNKTtAti AOKNT, ft" ; , AHM ..A'MAUtg , tfHwH; V, ,,r All si.lnss Intrusted to hl rare, faltUfnllr s.d sromptly (J-i: 41 .xccotefl. 4..-. iV. I, Kl!tIiKY JH I. HAS .nened n office in Bucklsnd' NKW Block oppo lid the Croghan Hnnse, for the purpose Af practlc lag MadiclM and Surgery, whoe. oa. he.... .rlg the day. (wlill not profrsslonslly engaged) and t nljlit U hi. reeldenee "am " oe"T "' " F.nls nsCbnKh. L ,.l Ang.23 1Ml. ii'. --j f Homoroiinihy . ; ' ' ' ft. V. IT. ITXimM, tUIhH hlmftoir for th tourpnH f ratleir Hntun?ontir la thlt plneo ud vl einitj., woulil roapoflfiiltr Annnnnro to tlio nubile Unit liln r.KMnt ftTrmnomonU will nable thoitr dMroiig of atm 1 1 n thoniBcWsn of liomfpoputhle trfatmrnt, in ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 February 1862

ml lia-a ear f,l1 aM & rrmionw oimmt Iriiay4,-IVkmaxy .13, 18W.r 1' '. lloni Jd- r, batt ww thank foi a,, -,jt-- X ' Important Order. v! Iwt the order below. Issued bj Ua War ,MrlrtiiVit,iU t M4 IliU nowtpaawre froai lv tien ftotli as to bereatrrated1 ha publikwr 'i - ' -1' ! Official War Bulletin ,t ,..', W4BiK0tn, J ebfimry, 35, i .,(! i fa'dared that from and ' after Feb. 'E6j.i thai resident, by .virtue, of nn net (ConsraMk1 lata fenilitttry rrossoesion of telojrapo line i the United State. t : r C4. AH Ulcorraph communications id gard to military operations not expressly oulbetrsed. by the , War Department, 0nraooanrtdir(T, r the Generate cofo- tvaading arra is lb Mid, la th several deport tna ate. lira ebeo)etly 'forbidden. f- Sdk Ail newspaper publishing: military nam, bt-rwooar obtained!, nd not authorised by oiiteiat authority, will ba exoladed there- iiex from teteivine . information by telo- grnpb, or from transmitting tbeir paper railroad, n :t -- 4th JLS. Senford is...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 February 1862

OK TH rnVIKTlAX AD einn or CewManstte, ltK, rarest. ProueSUlt, Fre frafie, ll.ntrnt rrtrTi, Srtttfutn. Mr- ' w.eiauvl.neB ef .typem, ffiuruiftu, avianr cw.-' ptamrt, ami ( IHmortm Of fee MrMt ' " swat Vfevd lryei.. ' '' Thll remedy ha. obtained great rrnntatlnn for inl tTrnutnittMiuv rriiL-i 15 ai.i. staoM of CON- gUMPTlON. tl la rec.mmendcd tif many tliooMnil Phy avian. In the United State, end Knrone having been d with sssolts o.TrivLi.in id tu aiotals or nni- Their, en tbe one TtTTK" KNOW. ; Innviof fftrumi lnUK'f, or rVoafratfow ay" Ike attsf fmn, from any cause, tula remedy hu bo Wlncheatr Oemiliee Prepm-allou," la the ewy rVirwi of Hi NvmnroerrnTrs, mad aTtar thenHol nrmur n lr.:nu renin. . , .. HNylllltK FOB, AND 1,'RK NO OTHER. tf A rail1 Trial l a Certain Cnre. ja f I'MCK".- In 4 Dottle, 1. Sl noltlon r..r ft. U 19 oa Buttle, S2.Three Tor . Circular., gratia. Sold by all reepcetabte ItruRgi.te , and l therlola tieneral Depot In the United Stale., by , J. M IrMHKMTKK, M John...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 February 1862

Fremont Journal. The Capture of Fort Henry—Some of the Incidents. 'A corresponflont of tlio Now York 7V- l.tjM 11.,,. (.,11. iVift InrrioitrwM. wtilrtl bud been anohorod in ihs liver to How up our gunboats, were discovered, the morning before tba attack: , Their existence and locution was reveal ed by that moat irroprossiplo of all the for ces of nature a woman's tongue 1 This morning tb "Jessie Scouts" a volatile, dnrinjr corps of young men, who inevitably turn, up whorevcra fight is expneted went into farm house, whnro nearly thirty wo men had gathered f.r safety. The in mates, greatly alarmed, bogged thorn not to injure a party of unprotected females. Tu scouts allayed tlioir. (ears wuon mo women informed them they bad frequently beard that Southern wives and dauebtcrs bad no mercy to bopo for at the hands of the Lincoln soldiery. In tho conversation which ensued, one stated that hor husband was a captain in tho rebel army at Fort llonry. . "I5y about to-morrow night, mad- remark...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 March 1862

Irmo'ntlmmral FREMONT: U1UU. ISAAC 1YX. )XXmX.Sn.. Editor. Friday, ,March 7, 1862. at ocrt and but to Acknowledgments. Hon J. W. Gooovnif he out thank fof CorfrwKn.l Tutor. Wo hav hail various Lagitlativ docu amentf 'Oaring the) win tor," Cot which w are oblige, but M ibey hM bud to asms up on them ws do not know to whom we r indebted for the fnvort, ' '. 1 Another Hero Gone. Oen. Lanpbr, one of the truest patriots nd most efficient officer in tho army, died t Paw Paw, Va., yostotday, March 1st. It will to recollected that he was loriously wounded during the disastrous affair at1 Edward's ferry, and ever since desired to bo relieved of his command in consequence of bis injury. The 'immediate cause of his death is said to hare been congestion of tho brain and lungs. It i announced that Brig. Geo. Shields, formerly Senalorfrnm Illinois, and an offi cer in the 'Mexican war, will succeed Gon. LAHDKRin command. Samlusktf RtgitUr. "The Union as it was." The groat body of the aeroi-aecosh ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 March 1862

roa tun prstxivtm ars etiti o C'",Pt'm, jfrlavaa, f'aronie Brontkiltt, Fttrmtmt PYs frtin, (Jeerrai Drbilit. Dmptpti. Srrnfvla. Mar eswtwa, 1M f Apnftilt. hrMralfi, t'tmnl Oss wisis, eei1 si IhMrdtrt f vsraeti aa! Bleed Sseiesis. This rem.dv has obtained ft great reputation frrmnrt rTTB tniinftr iltv riTiira im ai.i. flTAriKB of CON SUMPTION. Ul recommended hy many thnueand Phy sicians In th United States end Knrope having b - d wits RistaTS cxrARALi.iti.iiD the Mm. The Wr"Tr' hav two-rmn TV. iVwuti . . i. ' I . . . 1 1. -ri-Mnl wfttrA CONSTI TUTE. NKRVOtl F.NKKlY,ll'onlllol'l,'!? most powkrki'l m.oon ok.nkratino aof KNOW. Iora.ce of JVereew. MiHli's. " 'r'"" ( tltmlvmnrl, from any wow. this remedy has no superior. Wliichwuirt tsciinln Preparation," It the eev HM. form of tb HTForsosrsiH!, mads After the original Si.rmnl of Dr. Chnrrhlll. KNQlilR" FUR ASK URK NO OTHER. gy a rulr Trlnl In a Or la In Care. JTJ fjT MUCK.?. In J ox Boltlce, fix Unities for 5. la If 01 Bottles, f 2. Thre...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 March 1862

Fremont Journal. Union Song of the Colt. BY WM. R. ROBINSON. JTaitt brlghtr-at VoTinw that floatt on tlie gll Fluff ! th country ot w iimiion, nan i Redan thy ltri with tlia blood of tiia brTw, Bright are thy atnnt aa th mm on tho : Wrnpt in thy ftiMnare the hopes of th Frew: Banner of Waahington t blnSRing on tlioc ! Munntttln-tor mingle tl Vy with l.heirniirw; Prairie lie muling in auiiahine below; RiYor, a broad aa theara, in. their pride, Border thina Kmtiirc, but do not tkvidt; Niagara' woiee far out nnthema the acn; Land of Sublimity I blowing, on thee I Hope of the World I on thy miaaion aublime Vka thou didiH buret on the pathway of Time, Million from darknem and bondage awoke; Munte u born when Liberty apoke; Milliona to come yet ehall Join in tlie glee; Land of the pilgrim' hope 1 bleaeinga on thee 1 Trnitni .hull neriiah and Treason aho.ll foil: Kinirdomn and throne in thy glory grow pnlcl 1 poll anon lire on, nnu uij iicutie piihu uwn Loyalty' awect, liere ench heart ta ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 March 1862

I. L. oreeke, jr. i '"' W. WISSLOW. nnnnsR winslow, AtlovaevS and CeneNe,va at Lear and Sotlrltore In Chnn , eery, tor Sendu.hy And adjoining Cenntiee. OSlee 1 TTJ.KR BLOCK, Front Rooms, p stairs. rREKONT, OHIO. Jm.1T.1MJ. C . XV. r A G E , ATTORNEY AT LAW, . INSURANCE AND OEHERAL AOEHT, -. nil Notarg flnbltc, Clyde, Sandusky Cocwtt, O. All bnslnaas Intrusted to hi. eare, faithfully Hd prompt! 41 . ev.cn ted. XV. I. KEIiliUY, f. . -n-Te-a .u... Mn. In Seek land's tEW Block enpo I 1 .11. th. Croghan Ho.ee, lor tlx pnrpoe ofpreetle fng M.dLlne end Surgery, where he found . ?l the d.r. (while notrnfe.lnnally enrr"t) nd at night St hit reolden isaln Street nearly oppo.lt. the Kpls cpel Church. , Aug. 23 181. , .. ...Homoeopath jr. Pr. . W. Flmlto, having established himself forth, pnrpnee of practicing llomnpatliy In this place Mid vi cinity, eroald reepertfully announce to the nubile that hit riresmt arrangemente will enable thoM desirous of seali ng themselves of Hnmreopethlc treatmen...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 14 March 1862

"dltEKWJR eV'VriISIsOVVV AtWrMn n1 oxfowllnn at kw Sn4 Hollrttees la Chen eery, ror Sewdueay aae adjoining Counties. , . OBm la TTLKR BLOCK, Front Rooma, aa stairs. f nitMOKT, OHIO. Jaa.lT.ISM. - " C. ,w. ; PAOEj ; ATTORNEY AT LAW, WSURANCIt AND ORHKRAL A0F.NT, ... Slntt JTotarg tJublif, ' ' Ci.td, Saudcbut Coutt, O. All Wneea Intrnaten to Ms ears, flaltti folly ni promptly eseoatee. W. I. KEMiEY, M. I. TTAS openen .a 1 BacalarHV. KKW BUk opo A., ,.1,11. ... nrnfeaalanally engaged) end el night .1 nUrValdeaeeeo M.la Street near!, "PP",,''" eepal Chnrch. . IIomtMpailif . t w s. u ha-ins establishes himself for the nereoee or'sractlelng Hoavaooathy In this plAoe and l- elnityVwonld reeoectrulW annonnre to the pnUle that hie rreeral arrmageinenip wm tn"w huw- uim'u m iig thesaaelrea of Homoeopathic treatment, to rely with aortaintr anon aronnt attcntloa to their calls, whether In .p Attt of town. ITr OBlceslhlarreldenee, on the Tnrnpikf , th Bret hmm ...I nfll.. f)lW?.thnllft nhttreh. ...

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