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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 July 1856

Poetry. Written for the Fremont Journal. THE DYING BOY. BY LILLY LARKSPUR. me closer, put yournnns ftrmmdmy form, Why is it, dearest mother, that to-ni,?ht 1 caut't be warm? But I will not ask you, mother, fori know it pains you io, A nil you must not weep so, mother, no, dearest mo liter, do. The mom U Tory cold, toother, and I know the reason why, And I know my dearest mother, why the tears are in your ere, 1 know-how hard you work, mother, all through the live long day, And gladly would I help you, but yon know I cannot stay. I hare hern sick to long, mother, in this cold and chilling room, That I know before arrest while, Isnrelv will be (rone. IwmaevouwiuodV.nwther, Itwaf totthot.mTmo1her.btroreVmdrp died, And every day since then, mother, 1 tbiuk that you have crit-d, For then the wicked rich men came, and took away our home. And in this tittle room, mother, we're both lived all alone, Oh no, not all alone, mother, I surely did forget, The God who watches o'er u all, and he in...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 July 1856

:, FREMONT JOURNAL IS VAC M. KEELEK, Proprietor. Tha JOCRXAL is published every Friday morning. Offi.ee In the third story, liuekland'a Block Fremont, Sandusky county, Ohio. t TEKU3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. " , One cony, per year, in advance, by mail .. $1,50 ' Paid within the year . 2,1s) After the expiration of the year Town subscriber in advance - X,7& RATES OP ADVERTISING. One Square 10 lines or less, one insertion,.... .$0,50 do. Each additional insertion 0,28 do. - Three months .....3,00 ' do. Six months "j.00 do. One year ... . .-- 8,00 One-fourth, column, change quarterly, 1 year... ln,00 " One-third do. do. do ... liO.OO One-half do. do. do -'IS Whole do. do. do ... .oo 1 : .) .. ft li.ni nr Ihb MlrMT 0.00 T..ii VntiMmrMinir marriares. and Double cnl- ..,,..,.. . i -l,,-.! double the above rate. Advertisement should be marked with the number of Insertions or they will be conUnuea amuo - charged acoordingly. inn PRIS'TIKG. " Of all kind? neatly and expeditiously executed, and th...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 July 1856

Interesting from Kansas--Gov. and Fellow Prisoners-Sheriff Jones. Tho La Fayette, Courier publishes sorao intorostinp; extracts from tho Setters of a LaJy in Kans.is to her lmsb.m.l iu Ohio, and vouches for thoir authenticity. Tho lotters camo by private LanJ, and thus miss- " d tho espionage of border ruflian post- , masters. Tho lady says of tho FUSE STATE TRISOSERS AT LECOMPTON. They are delighted when any of their friends, especially from Lavrence, call to soe thena. Miss II. was up last week. She ' savB that ther appeared sad. Dcitzler was 1 impatient, chafed, and worn with the bitter rong he is receiving. Sho says he feels it deeply, and his incarceration is palling to his high ambitious spirit. Robinson was discouraged, almost despanng, impatient and tried almost past endurance, lie wrote b letter to Amos Lawrence, in which he states our trying circumstances and how aggravating it is to hear of so much sym pathy in tho North expressed iu words and so little of real help affor...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 July 1856

Special Notices. 3T Window Blixds akd AVikdow Brtttxrs, which add m much to the appearance of jour Dwellings and arc invaluable la keeping your rooms cool and preventing the warm ray of tlw sun from fadiufryoor earpets, and injuring your furniture, are manufactured at short notice la a superior manner at the Steam Sash Factory of McGEE L HA VINES. Fbuost, 0., July 4, 1856. S3tf Fits! Why Prominent. weekly appearance in our columns, with the brief, but em phatio words 'Fits! Fits! always at the head, to some an offensive caption, but not so to the benevolent and humane, who could sympathize in the sorrows of others. Some per sons are shocked at any indication of disease, and are even thrown into nervous excitement on witnessing a hearse or a coffin. Such are to be pitied. We should always strire to look disease and even death in the face with calmness, and especially take every opportunity for alleviating din ease. Viewed in this light, the advertisements of S. S. Ranee, of 108 Balti...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 July 1856

Poetry. BUCK SHOOTING. 0, why should rote for Buchanan, For Brekenridge why should we go? , Art they any better than Dongles, Or Pieroeandhis Stnagfellow crew? Kol the people in triumph will thunder From Uonntaineand Prairies to See Oor PLatfortn ts Furs no m foe Kansas! - Oar motto, "Fata lioMBi roa the Fmr Old Back's an old fogj, a blue light, A Federalist jet he remains, Ail the Democrat blood in his body, Long ago he let out of hia vcioat Vill Democrats turn to Buck tails A party of Bucktatle? we'll seel Oar Platform is Frsepom for K.acsas1 Our motto, MFmu Hoxks fob tes FrmP Cso poor tnen fonret to remember. When Old Buck was willing to ereet. The day when mechanics should labor For ten cents a day End no meat? He may take in bis horns and forswear It, Can he blot out the record? Hot be! Our Platform in Fberoom For Kansas! Our motto F&lk Hoxes foe the Fees! 01 the Free Working Men of Ohio Can think, and will art for themselves! They'll slaughter Old Buck for his antlers, 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. — 25 July 1856

FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC 31. KEtLEU, Proprietor. The- JOURNAL is publisher! every Friday morning. Office In the third story, BucltlAnd ' Ulock JTrcmunt, Sandusky county, Ohio. . . . TKRM.3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, per year, in advance, by mail $1,50 Paid within the year ..... 2,10 After the eapiratiun of the year...- 2,A0 , Town subscribers, in advance . 1,75 t t RATES OF ADVERTISING. . . J One Square 10 tines or lew, one insertion,. l...$0,f0' do. Each additional inscrtiou 0,25 " l do." 1 J three months 8.0 do. Six months do. One year - R-IMJ no-fourth column, change quarterly, 1 year... 100 One-third do. do. do ... 20,00 One-half do. do. do ..,2 '.00 Whole do. no, r do o,00 , , Buslnes Cards, a linen or less, one year 5,00 -Leaded Notioes prewding marriwea, and Double col-t.i...-tic....,t. tn he eh.-irr-,..! double the ovc rate. Advertisements should he marked with the number of Insertions or they will be continued untU ordered out and charged accordingly. ; JOB PRINTIKG, Of all ki...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 July 1856

of dependant seedy as hiraslf. Let us have a man in the prima of life, full of energy, and yet sufficiently familiar with tht vicissitudes of life to judge men correct ly to appreciate tho wants of the whole country to avoid the intrigues and traps o! politicians to devote himself honestly aud fearlessly to the interest of tho country to apply the resources of the government to the accomplishment of such improvements ai are national in their character and thai will result in the greatest benefit to the whole country one who has no old politi cal friends to reward, and no old political enimiea to punish one who will foci that la u elevated by tho people and not by in trigue. Now air, of tho candidate who are before the people for tho exalted posi tion of chief magistrate, 1 prefer John C. Fremont. I prefer him because ho is not an old hackneyed politiean and all sold out He is in the prime of life f rty-three years old. lie has boon brought into notice by the energy and exertion that...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 July 1856

(ttcini polices. 3T Window Bukds and Window Sbvttiks, which add modi to the appaarance of your Dwelling Md ere Invaluable in keeping yoor rooms oool tnd pre renting the warm rave of the tun from lading Tour arpeta nod injuring yonr furniture, ue manurcturrd at ihort notice in a luperlor manner at the Steam Sua Factory of MoGEE k HAYXES. Fs!(t,0,Juit4,188. 3tf Fits! Why Prominent. Tor a long time there waa a paragraph making ita regular waekly appearance tn onr eotamna, with the brief, bnt em phatic words Tits! FitsT always at the head, to aome an Ocnsive caption, but not so to the benevolent and humane, irhoeouldsympathixeintheanrrowaorothera. Someper aona are shocked at any Indication of disease, and are even throws into nerrous excitement on witnessing a hearse or a coffin. Sack are to be pitied. We should always strive to look disease and eren death in the face with calmness, and especially take eeery opportunity for alleviating dls . wase. Viewed la this light, the advertisement...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 July 1856

Political. When did Buchanan Abjure Federalism? - -Mr. Buchanan was a Federalist in 1815, at the ngo of twenty-five. In a few years thereafter ho abjured it, embraced Democ racy, and to that faith has clung with un swerving fidelity. Cin. Enquirer. V ben did ho abjure federalism! He denounced the administration of James Madison. Ho was elected from 1817-18 'to 1S28 as a distinctive Federalist ; and 1829 signed a document commencing "Wo ederalists." The "few roars" of the En qvirer lasted, at least, till 1829. Ho had then been three years a Jackson man.' Kow we wish to know when Buchanan "ab jured Federalism V If he ever did we con fess never to hav heard of it. That he was a Jackson man, and when that party baptized themselves Democrats still acted with them, is true. That ho has received tho nomination of that party for the Presi dency is true. But when did he ever re nounce bis original principles! When did Buchanan "at jure" Federalism! Wo shall be thankful to the Enquirer for in...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 1 August 1856

ISAAC M. KEELCit, Proprietor, The JOURNAL is published very Friday morning. Otnce la the third story, Bucklabd's Block FrenioAt, tt&aaiuky county, unto. TERMS OF SCB8CRIPTI0N.' On copr, per year, In advance, by mail $1,60 Paid within the vw ... - 2,M After tb expiration of the rear... .0 Town ueaeribere.ia adraaes .- - 1,7a ' ' ' - KATES OV ADVEBTI31N0. . J Oat So,ur 10 line or leu, on inserttoB, S6,M do ' . Each, additional iiiaertion 0,25 ' do. " -' Three month a......-.. S.00 Uo. 8ii month! do. On rear M Ona-foarth aolumn. char.;, quarterly, 1 tear.. : 15,00 One-third do. do. no .. One-naif do. ' , do.j ; do ... Whole do. do. V Yl ...i .... fmr-Al HmM Mr ImK OM TF . 20,80 . i5,00 . 5,00 5,00 ' l.iti Vntira nrAeedinv marriages, and Double col ij,tan.nt( tn h Vifftti (inuhle theaborenite. Advertisements should be marked with the number of Insertions r t her will be continued oniu oruereu ouv auu charged accordingly. JOB PRTNTISG, '-' ' - Of all kinds neatlv and erneditionsly ex...

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 August 1856

LETTER OF HON. JAMES MYERS. TOLEDO, July 28th 1856. ': Editor Bladr : A copy of the enclosed Article was sent to the Delta Press with a request to have it published in that paper, .but the Press being a neutral paper, its Ed itor did not feel at liberty to publish it. " I now send it to you for publication, in order that my reasons may bo known for -declining to have my name farther used as as candidate for Congress, (although I had previously assented.) and as my justifica tion for separating from many of my politi cal friends with whom I have long acted and for whom I entertain the highest re gard. But prefering tho" approval of my own conscience to any other consideration, I am forced into the position I now assume, a position which I believe to bo consistent with Joflersonian Democratic principles and 'antecedents of the Democratic party. I cannot support any party whoso organiza tion I am satisfied is used to aid the exten sion of Slavery into Free Territory. The article for th...

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 August 1856

Special Notices. S3T Window Bunds ISd AVidow 8mrTTBR which add to much to the appsaranoa of Dwallings aod art invaluable la keeping your room Ad pravaotlng the warn ran of the sua from fsdingyoar carpets, and injuring your faraitttre, are' manufactured at abort notioe in a auperior manner at the Steam Factory af- alcCEg k HAYNE8. raO!rt,0., July 4,1868. 23tf Fits! Why Prominent. Far a long time there waa a paragraph making Iti regular sjreekly appearance in onr columns, with the brief, bat en ptaatie worda Fit! Fitar alwayi at the head, to some Heoehra caption, but not ao to the benevolent and humane, who could arm path tie in thesorro-s. of others. Some sona an shacked at any indication of disease, and are tm thrown into nerTOoa excitement on witnessing a hearee a coftta. Sneh are to be pitied. We ahonld always strive to look dieeaae and evn death in the faee with calmness, and espedatly take every opportunity for alleviating to asts. Viewed in thia light, the advertisements or a. ...

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 August 1856

FOR UNION. - AlBJZoatft tkt Bow. . tn a so nr wVll .iota for our TJnlon, -. Tb U&ionofKight ifiiiut Wrony; . And with ace&nta of nearly communion. All bail toe glorious onl All hail the harmonioni tenir " 11 hail the harmooioua aongt And with aoeenU of hearty communion. All hail the hannonioua eongl Trotn Mil-top and rallT ascending, Each Freemen upraiaea hiivaica v To welcome, with plaudits unending, .. lira re Fremont, the. popular choice. Veath the flag of our eonntrr unconquered. That liTes but ia Liberty breath. The faith of our forefathers honored, , - - loaplres m for Fmedeaa as Death. - - Craw ntgh, then sens, to her altar, - The altar of Freedom and Right, i And pledge that re never will falter . For Justice and Union to ftght! , . . A ehont now for Frwnont and Dayton, From far California to Maine, . " To fold our American nation ' In Liberty' hannar again, .... ' ' - And the stars and stripes, prouder then erer, O'er orjK Queen of Republics shall float fTbile the s...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 8 August 1856

. FREMONT JOURNAL. ISA. AC M. KEELEK, Proprietor. ' The JOURNAL is published every Friday morning. Ofic Is the tltird 1107, BuckUnd's Block Fremont, . Sandusky county, Ohio. . TERM9 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oh eopv, per year, in advance, by mail 1.50 Paid within the roar i,u After the expiration of the year .. . 2,0 Towa subscribera, io advance 1,75 RATES OF ADVKRTISlNa. ' One Square 10 lines nr less, one insertion,. ....$0t60 do. Each additional insertion ..... 0,?9 do. Three months...... .......... 8,C0 do. Six months - 6,00 do. One year........ ....... o,w One-fourth column, change quarterly, 1 year... 14,00 One-third do. d. do ...20,00 One-hall do. do. do ... 26,00 . Whole do. ' do. do j. V Leaded Notices preceding marriages, and Double col . . i.iM,Hnnt. ... h rhirwd double the above rate. Advertisements should be marked with the number of Insertions or they will be continued unuioruereu oui aou charged accordingly. JOB PRINTING, ' Of all Mnda neatlv and exneditiouslrcnted,and that too...

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 August 1856

Songs for Freemen. From the Galena Daily Advertiser. 'Tis Time that Freemen Raise a Hand. Ai M Tankt DodU." Vtaen SUTery wfs (hwl.T war l:pon ur nation's rights, sir, . Jni our Mcatcbeon oik tn mr J3j pit Hint out u Hyhta, sir, Tt9 time that Frwi.fn raiM a hand. And say it shall not he, Kir, Fremont, and Dayton lead our band. And Kansas anaU be free, sir. And when her minions take the polls, And claim that "might in rirht," sir. Electing knaws, and pirtr tol. To make her lava, and fijrht. .r, 'Tib time that Freemen, &c tnienlefriBlatures tha elect. Paw laws to stop the Pre, ir. Or make it Slavery's wrontr protect. We l""k for no mo redreas, sir. Tis time that Freemen, kc tChen Press and trnes are orerthmwti By Jones' and Shannon's mtniona, Dec&nse they dared aMert their own A Freeman's just opinions, Iui time that Freeman, fee Since he who darea to use his tongue. In Slavery pick a flaw, sir In loathsome dunfreons must be flung. By juries packed hr law, sir, Tia time that Fr...

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 August 1856

Specif polices. WlKDOW BH5D3 AND WlKDOW SHtTTBaa, which add so much to the appearance of your Dwellings and are invaluable In keeping your Too mil cool and preventing the warm rays of the tan from lading jour carpets, and injuring your furniture, are manufactured at abort notice in a superior manner at the Steam Sash Factory of WcGEK k HAYNES. FxlaloirT.O, July 4, U5- 23tf Another Hemarkable Cure ol Scrolnla. Sparta, Caroline co, Ve., March, 185. Messrs. Bennett k Been, Richmond. Gentlemen Your Carter Spanish Mixture hat per formed a remarkable cure In the penon of a fervent man, afflicted with Scrofula In the very worst form. So bad had be become, that hi eyes were entirely doled, and had been ao for more than a year! Al a last resort, a everything In had failed, it waa resolved to try the mixture. We administered it according to directione, and wonderful ay a perfect cure ha. been effected. I am aarUSed that no medicine equals "Carter1. Spanish Mixture" a a partner of the blood. 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. — 8 August 1856

Songs for Freemen. From the N. Y. Tribune. THE HURRAH SONG. Fremont's tho chief to load the way, Hurrah ! lwrmh ! hurrah ! . Tho fire by niirht tho cloud by day, -- Hurrnh ! hurrnli ! lmrrah ! . Mailed in truth sad strong in hand, He'll bring us to tho promised land. Hurrah! hurrah! hurrah! hurrah! Hurrah! hurrah! hurrah! The Ship of State,, with tittered sail " Hurrah! hurrah! hurrah! Is madly driving 'fore the gale, Hurrah ! hurrah ! hurrah ! He'll soon repair her crippled form, ' And bring hor safely through the storm, .. Hurrah! t& The sable flag that o'er her vaves, Hurrah! hurrah! hurrah! Shall float no longer over slaves, Hurrah! hurrah! hurrah! And not forgetting Buck and Brock, He'll sweep the pirates from her deck. Hurrah! tc But Freedom's stars and stripes shall wave, Hurrah! hurrah! hurrah! Above the foe and o'er the bravo, Hurrah! hurrah! hurrah! From Kansas' dark and bloody ground. To California's farthest bound. Hurrah! ic. Free 6peech Fremont will aye defend, Hur...

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 August 1856

c TT-T-vT1 TrVrTnvr a t IS I AC 31. Iir.EI.Elt, Trope-let or. Th. JOCRXiUrs P"MWrul Friiiir)' morning. OrBje Inthe tiiir.l .i'.ry, Bui-ilaaJ's Hluck-JTrciuunVi SaBdoat)- Bounty, Vain. .1 r. !T i :i : . ' ; 1 -tt-ru nv BCBSCRIPTIOS. One copr, y' 4vaner,bjr unil .ii.i.'..Jl,SO wilhia tlie . ".r..... tL. ; -,';.. .,rtl,. i-Mt r.oO f . tr. autocriucrs,in advance . tone Stttr 10 linos nr n LswtlM,.; v0.? to.' . ictl additional iuswuoB ,...",--.). do. Three month... -..--1-'- '-- . ,-su mmun, , do. 0..yo.ir -- .!!' 0-frt ooluiM.ohans. quartarlr, I yJ... .10,00 Co-third do." do. . --2(,o ;Oii-half . do. , ,. ., 4o.-: .: do. -!-'. Wliol. do. - ' do.- do --- -nmiiiwi C.vds, linos or loss, rne JWJi",, WM Notioe.pmee.lins inaiTlsirrs, and Double orH oui AovrrUiM.t! 10 oe csuvrpru Uuu" limriLitns tr wwy wxu w wuuuw. ckarged accordingly. . " . 1 - ----- job wmrnxo, ; ' ' t .Of aU kinds tlt .no expeditiously executed. niS that too, W the full ati6Ktion of oor patrons. , . . I,.- .; BLANKS, ' ' 1 ...

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 August 1856

"Ten Cent Jimmy." Tbo reports of tlio Fremont m.iss meet- ings of the peoplo in the Western States, show that there is a popular appreciation of justice and propriety of tho name ofi "Ten Cent Jimm:,? wM by tho me. chanics of Pennsylvania to Mr. Buchanan. containing this soubriquet, and allusions to Mr. B.'s low wages speech in diann, Uino and W iscotisiii, tho masses un derstand Am to bo tho gentleman who wished to bring the wages of American la bor down to ten cents a day. Arc tboy in the error in this impression I ' The old Federalist Senator represented a manufacturing State politically. Socially ha represented tho body of wealthy Penn sylvania employers. Unmarried, childless and rich, be had no sympathies with the Tforkingmen, who were separated from him in person and feeling by tlio State Lcgida turo. Tho proprietors of mines, and of furnaces, frges and rolling mills wero most of ihcm his companions and friends. He was naturally disiwsed to aid them. Be ing politically bound t...

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 August 1856

: jxci polices. Window Blinds and .Window Sac-mas, which add to mh to the anpeara&M of V"r Dwelling and art Invaluable i areata: ye room eool surd preventing the warn rays of the laafwnnfcdingyoar carpets, and louring jroar furniture, are anaauowtored at abort Mtia ia a superior aaannar at th. Steam Sash Factory of . HoGEE HAYNES. Karaorr, 0., July , IRS. tf Aot!er HMarfe fibre Cwre ol Beroftila. . Sparta, Caroline eo, Va, March, 185. Messrs. BeaaeU ft. Beers, Ricassoad. Ceatleinesj Tour Carter's Spanish Hirtura kil e formed a remarkable curt i a the pe.aoa of a ee-vaiit man, afflletedwIUiScrefulaintbevary worstfonr. obadhad tie become, that hii eyes ware entirely closed, and bad been ao for nor than a year! At a laat resort, at ever) thing alar naa uuieu, n w nrmnwu w i - administered It according to directions, and wonderful to aay a perfect curt has been effected. I an satlsed that no medicine alalia "Carter's Spanlih stirtBre" as a puriSer ef the blood. ItUc anting suite an ...

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