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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 15 August 1856

Songs for Freemen. From the Sandusky Register. Song of the Rocky Mountain Boys. Tc.vs Jordan cat a road to travel. W eome from the East, and we como from the West, Frm Miine to tli.KTC!;fiI-nui tain, f Aw) we gi in t KMMjdein. a i H f th rest :rt ' Of the btoninf that Go fmiu her fountain. So "roll up the votes," is the m;.tto of our song. Like great rivers rolling from their fountains. And we'll elect Coloud FnMnuut, betore very long, And Bead Bach -vein beyond the Rocky Mount i us, Wf'rt pot the Ki;ht on oar side, and a host of Free men. And Kansas for the field of battle, And we'U teach them that they caa't put freemen in a pea, Ji'or drire them about in chains, like caUlej So "roll up the votes," 4c. Let tba whole North ring, with the cry of Two Soil, For we're boned not to let Kansas (kdw tu Vith aonnd f the huh applied to Slave toil. If we have to fire "Democracy" a drummia; . So "roll np theToteo &c Thn la the onming conflict let every man bring - A rote for Freedom and r...

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 August 1856

- FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC SI. KEELEU, Proprietor Th. JOI'RXAL if published every Friday morning. OIBoh In the third story, UucitUuid's Block Fremont, fcuuxduaky county, Ohio. TKKM3 OF SCRSCHirilON. On eopv, mt year, in advance, by mail Jl . W Fid wit'lii. the year - -M After the expiration of the year 2r Town subscriber, in advance ... " RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Sqaar 19 line or less, one insertion, f 0,50 , do. Fsoh ajlilional insertion - i. Three month. J-" do. Sit months t ' ' do. One rear . .("! ftne-fonrth ooluina, cUangi' quarterly, 1 year.. . la.do One-tUird do. .Jo One-half do. do. do ... 2-j.no Whole do. do. d ... 4o,oo Jtusincs Cards, & linei or leas, one year - 6,00 iAu Kotices nrecedlne tnarriairea. and Doable col- ....... sdviu-tisements- to be chanrcd double the above rate. Advertisements should be marked with the number of Insertion, or they wiU be continued uwuoruiaeuirai auu charged accordingly. JOB PRIVTIJfO, Of allkinds noatlv an expeditiously eaecu ted, 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. — 22 August 1856

DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. From the Democratic Messenger of June 13. Th CoTnnrittes on Resolutions br their Chairman, Mr. B-Httt of Massatousetta, submitted the (ulloving: Resolved, That the American democracy jlaco their trust in tho intelligence, the pat riotism, and the discriminating justice of the American people. Resolved, That wo regard this as a dis tinctiva feature of our political creod. which : we are proud to maintain before tho world, j s tho great moral element in a form of gov-' trnmont springing from and upheld by tho j will; and wo contrast it with the creed and practice of federalism, undorwhat-j name or form, which seeks to palsy thej ill of tho constituent, and which conceives I no imposture too monstrous for the jiopularj credulity. Resolved, therefore, That entertaining these views, tho democratic party of this Union, through their delegates assembled in a general convention, coming together in a spirit of concord, of devotion to the doctrines and faith of. a free re...

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 August 1856

Special Notices. "Window Bunds and Window SnrrrEBB, which add so mnch to the appearance of your Dwellings an J are invaluable in keeping your rooms cool and preventing the warm rays of the sun from fadinfryour carpeta, and injuring jour furniture, are manufactured avt short notice In a superior manner at tlw Steam Sash Factory of McGEE HAYNES. Fremont, O., July 4, lS.a. 23tf Reason and Common Sense. Our readers may remember we have on ierl oocaaiona pokan in wry ologistic term of a preparation which Dr. 8eth S. Ha nee, of 108 Baltimore street, Baltimore, Md., ha discovered for the cure of Epileptic Fit. Now, in do ing to, we bare been actuated by the rery best motive, via: the allegation of human suffering. From circum stances which hare lately oome to onr knowledge, we fear there it a certain class of person who are not disponed to try this remedy in a common sense manner. We allude to the fact of selecting a particular case in a town where per haps there are six or eight oases, an...

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 August 1856

Song for Freemen. From the Rochester Democrat. Republican Song. Tb tf tM hu come when truth and 1 t?ht . ", Must wrestle hard with wrong ad might, When men with noh bmu-u to feel For haman woe and humuo weal, Vfhen inea who love 'our country's" nania, n "And seek for her enduring fame, Hunt stand together, shle by side. To savs the country of our pride. , Now o'er her verdant vales and bills ' There hangn a ehwtd of threat 'mug ills. Afar from o'er the sea has come A martial sound: and war at kmm, -Bv "Border RxjkaKi' " ruthks band-, - Would spread detraction o'er the land. Then rouse ye! brothers strong and brave; Arooset our glorious land to save. We need a leader true and tried: ; Anoble onewe'vefonnd to guide; ' A man with fearless heart and warm, He's just the man to brave the storm. He who o'er the Rocky Vo'iutain sunns . ' Has pressed, will frighten Freedom' t to. Then rouse yet brothers 1 hand in hand. For Fremont and lor Freedom stand. NETTIE. PEOPLE'S SONG. PEOPLE'S SONG. ...

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 August 1856

FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC M. KEELEU. Proprietor. Th JOCR.VAL. is published every Friday morning. Office Id the third story, Backhand' Block Fremont, banduftay eoun-y, uuw. TEKM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One enpv, ppr vear, In advance, by mail ..-.$1,50 Paid within the year 14.00 After the expiration of the year... W Town subscriber, in advance ... 1,75 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Square 10 linen or less one insertion, ffl,50 do. Each additional insertion 0,'5 do. Three months --- 3,iM . r do. Six months , f.H) do. One vear 8,0 One-fourth col iunn, change quarterly. 1 year... lo.UO One-third do. do. do ... 20,0rt One-half do. do. do ... 25,00 Whole do. do. do ... 4",00 Btminp- Can.,' lineaor lesa, one rear . Sf(K Ltadid Xntioei preceding raarriatres, -td Double col umn Advertisement, to be ehanred don Me the ahovprat. A'lvertisemenU should be marked with the number of imtertionn or they will be continued until oruureaout ana charged accordingly. JOB PRPCTIN'G, Of all kind neatly d expeditioulv exe...

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 August 1856

The Platform Speaks—Hear! Hear!! Hear!!! . We beg a careful reading of tho subjoin ed letter. Its writer is Senator Brown, from Mississippi, one. of the committee who waited upon Mr. Buchanan to apprise him of Lis nomination. It is evident that "Old Buck" was so elated at his nomination, mnd so sanguine of success, that ho gave himself completely away to his Southern al lies, and tendered to them body and soul to bo disposed of as they saw fit. Senator Brows, in discharging his duty as committee man, waited upon Mr. Buchanan, and reported tho interview as follows: Washington City, ) Wednesday, June 18 1856. j" Mr Dear Sir: I congratulate you on Ihe nomination of your favorite candidate for the Presidency. If the nomination of Mr. Buchanan was acceptable to mo at first, it is still more so now, since I have seen him and heard him speak. The Committee, of which I was one, waited on him at his residence to give him formal and official notice of his nomina tion, and in the name of the N...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 August 1856

Special Notices. f3T Window Blinds and Window Shfttchs, which add so much to the appearance, of your Dwellings and are invaluable in keeping your rooms cool and preventing the warm rays of the sun from fadinjryoor carpets, and injuring ynr furniture, are manufactured at abort notioe in a superior manner at the Steam Sash Factory of MeGEE HAYNES. Faxaoirr, 0, July 4, 1856. 3tf Reason and Common Sense. readers may remember we have on ee- Spoken la Terr eulogistic terras of a preparation which Dr. Beth S. Ilanpe, of 108 Baltimore street, Baltimore, MJ has discovered for the cure of Epileptic Fits. Now, In do ing so, we hare been actuated by the very best motive, vis: the alleviation of human suffering. From eircum tanoen which have lately come to our knowledge, we fear there is s certain claw of person who are not disposed try this remedy in a common sense manner. We allude the met of selecting a particular case in a town where per haps there are six or eight cases, and trying it on on...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 August 1856

Songs for Freeman. The poets all go for Fremont, and thunderbolts of read hot iron-y which bunch at the ruffians and flunkies of slavery are truly refreshing. They are. sharper than Sharp's rifles and more destructive tho enemy. The following poem wl find in the J-Tew York Tribune, from long honored champion of Liberty, bo welcomed by all our readers. It bodys thoughts that are burning in thousands of hearts, and which will speak by and through tho ballot-box. The Ruffian Rally. BY THE REV. JOHN PIERPONT. Brother ruffians ! ye who dwell In your shanties built of logs, All along the brink of hell, . Chain your "boys !" nnlease your dogs Don't remain at home for trifles ! Mount your horses! load your rifles! AH the winds from Kansas bring Sounds that fill our souls with dread : Woodmen's axes hear 'era ring ! Labor, earning its own bread. That's a church bell clanking yonder We must stop it blood and thunder. Children at their a, b, abs, ! Hear 'em in the wilderness 1 That's a steam-m...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 September 1856

J- FREMONT JOURNAL. ISAAC XI. KEELER, Proprietor. The JOPRJJ AL Is published mtj Friday morning. Otnee in the third story, Backlaud'a Block Fremont, Banduaky county, Ohio. TERMS OF BlTBSCRIPTIOlf. One oopv, per jar, in adranoe, by mail tl.Sw Paid within the year 2,00 . After the expiration of the year.............. Town lubacribem, in advance RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Square 10 linea or leas, one insertion, S0.&0 do. Each additional insertion 0.2o do. Three month . .......... S,00 do. Sixmontha . ...... 5.00 I. v.mr ....... .... 8.00 One-fourth column, change quarterlv, 1 year... 14,00 One-third do, do. do 20.00 One-half do. do. do ...25.00 Whole do. do. da ... 5.oe Busiaes Cards, t linos or less, one year 6,00 Leaded Notice preceding marriacea, and Double col umn Advertisements, to be charged douhle the above rate. AdTrtiftementa ahould be marked with the number of Insertions or they will be continued until ordered out and Charged aoooruingl y. JOB PRINTING, Of all kinds neatly...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 September 1856

Adjournment of Congress—the Army Bill. The Congress, having passed the Army Appropriation Bill without the restrictive, proviso, adjourned finally on Saturday last. Most intelligent observers anticipated, and the telegraphic news from Washington for several days has indicated, tho certain end of the controversy. It is impossible at this time to determine whether any of the Re publican members of the House yielded, in the final vote, to tho imperious domineering of the Senate backed by he Executive. We notice that the vote just previously in favor of the Bill vitk the proviso was 99, while the vote against striking out the pro viso was but 98. The Republican vote at no time, in the extra session has exceded 101. But, however it may have occured, tho Republicans of the House were in a minority at the close of the session. ' The course of the Senate has been most remarkable. Refusing to rote a dollar for the army unless full power was given to Secretary Davis and his President to use i...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 September 1856

Special Notices. fjg- Window Blihds and Window Shcttbks, which add to nraeh to the appearance of your Dwelling" and are Invaluable In keeping yonr room cool mod preventing the warm rays of the iunfrom fading your nrpeti, and injuring your furniture, are manufactured at ihort notice In a superior manner at the Steam Sash Factory of McGEB HAYKES. raaorr,0, July 4,165. 23tf Wonderful, but True. 1 few dy sine. Mr. Jamea H. Beadle, of HuBtrrlUe, Alabama, called ea aland iv permieaioa to publish for the benefit of raftering humanity the astonishing core which had been effected ia the cue of hi wife by the nee ef Dr. Haste's Tegetable Epileptic pills. He Informed us, that at the time hia wire commenced using the medicine, her system was ao entirely proetrated, by the number of apaams she had undergone, aa to reduce her weight to 100 ponnda. Since ahe has been taking the pills, she has en tirely got over the spasms, and has gained ia health and -bodily strength. She now weighs at least S00 ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 September 1856

Songs for Freeman. THE CALL OF KANSAS. BY THE REV. JOHN PIERPONT. Bom f tlve men mho, long Ago, Planted thoir foet on Plymouth Rocfc, There stood &nd faced a savage foe, There braved and bore the battle shock, Hear ye the cry from Kansas plains t Does your blood boil not within your veins f That cry ! does it not make you start t The murderous shot came from the South, The ball has struck your brothers heart! His life blood gushes from his mouth ! No more that brother shall you see; . He spoke, he dies for Liberty I - Whoe'er of Freedom dares to blab, Where Kansas for free labor calls, Feels the Missouriau'g ruffian stab, And, dead on his own threshold falls, The freeman, there must bate his breath; To speak of Freedom there is death! Slavery demands the sacrifice ! Her bullies deal the blow; and while The murdered freeman gasps and dies, Her perjured panders sit and smile, On her nigh places, where they sworo That she should agitate no more. Grasping and bloody is the hand, Tha...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 September 1856

FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC 31. KEELEU, Proprietor. Tb JOnt-f ATj is published erery Frl4ay morning. Offioa In th third story, Backlaad's. Block Fremont, Bftadnakjr oottniy, unio. . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On eopT per year, In adrance, by mail ....... .$1,80 iaid within the year . ... a,00 After the expiration of the Tear ....... 2,50 Town subscribers, in advance ... 1,76 HATES OF ADVERTISING. One Square 10 line or tens, one Insertion, $0,50 dn. - Each additional ineertian 0,SO -, do, Three montli.. ....... 8,00 do, ' Six months 8,00 ' " ' da. One rear 6,00 " One-foerts column, change qaarterly, 1 year... 15,00 One-third do. do- do ... 80,00 -- One-halt do. do. de ...2J.00 Whole do. do. do ...45,00 Bullae Cards. lines or less, on rear 1 6.00 Leaded Notices preceding maTTiatres, and Double col umn Adrertieemente, to be charred double the above rate. Adsertiaeinents should be marked with the number Insertions or they riu be continued until ordered out and charged accordingly. . . . ' JOB PRI...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 September 1856

Important Statement by a California. Col. Fremont offered the nomination presidency by the Locofocos. ' . lion. Goo. C. Batos, formerly Attorney . General, of Micbignn, but lately of San . Fransisco, mado the following highly im portant statement in . public speech Kalamazoo, on Wednesday last. - Wo in vito for it tlio attention of all honest Dom- t., W nnntn frm t :a- 1 ),.rrrt. ' ,.- v . Hon. Georgo 0. Bates, of California, the course of his speech, mado tho fi'Uow-j important political statement: When 'ho" (Mr. Bates) was expecti-d t sail to Cal- ifornia, in August, 1855, lie was persuaded ry Mr. 1'aimer, 01 ine nrin m i aimer, the firm ' Cook Si Ca, bankers ' of San Fransiseo, Teraaino until, October, when ho and Col " Fremont would aceompanv him thilher Mr. Bates TKKtnoned his departure as do- ' sired. Rut when tho time for departure -arrived, Col. Fremont although his trunks were packed, did not go, But ordered his "baracro to the Metropolitan Hotel instead. This was in conseq...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 September 1856

5f 'Window Bukds aicd Window ktttkks, whien add m nach tn the appearance, of jovr Dwelling. And are inraluable In keeping ynur rooms cool and preventing the warm rays of the sun from fading j-our carpets, and injuring ymr fnrniture, are manufactured at short notice in a superior manner at the Steam Sash factory of McOEE fc I1AY.NF.5. FElUf ojf , 0., July 4,1886. I3tf Wonderful, but True, ja few days since, Mr. James H. Beadle, of ITuntaviUe, .Alabama, called on nsand rare as pcrmissio. to publish for the benefit or suSerine; humanity tl astonishing cure ' which had been effected in the case of bis wife br the use ' of Dr. Hanoe's Vegetable Fpileptic pills. He informed us, - that at the time his wife commenced using the medicine, r' ief system was so entirely prostrated, by the number of spasm ahe had undergone, as to reduce her weight to 100 poinds. Since she has been taking the rails, she has en ' tirelyfit over the spasms, and has gained in health and kouily strength. She now weig...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 September 1856

Poetry. Written for the Fremont Journal. Written for the Fremont Journal. LIFE'S CHANGES. BY LILLY LARKSPUR. I chanced, one lowly umiii-i-'t Uy, To p&9 & pU-asaM pottajre pay. Near by a qtm-t lake; Whose gtassy witters, caIoi anO smooth, Were pure as the blue bcavt'Ht. abmo And of their hue partake. Swept roses liloomcl so rich ami rare. Expanding in th tunnuer air. Close by the open dwr. And ther. upon the threfh.iM nt, Alarrre, brown, doaro.il pujr-cal. Her shadow on the floor. There eat a man of rtaU lr p-i-lr. Beside him, wn. his fnir, young hride, , A happy, lorinfr p.iir. Two little one? played at ihHr fct, TCith laughing eye and dimpled ehevk, Sweet creatures, oh, how fair. Load pealed their merry roices forth. Reechoing, with the pound of mirth I pan tbe parent's ear. The parents blest will, heart-frit joy. Those darling, precious, living toys, Mingled a smile and tear. Years fled I passed strain that spot. The scene was chanped, I kitow it not, Time's foot-steps had...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 September 1856

. .FREMONT. JOURNAL IS VAC 31. KECLEB, Proprietor. Tha JOCRVAtj li aibltshsd eYsrr Friday mrtminp. OSica In th. third atorj, Back jd's Block Frouu-t, Suidask county, unio. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On eopy, pr yar, In advance, by mail Paid within the var . Afte th. tip ration of the year Town anbacribera,in advance ... BATES OF ADVERTISING. One Sqiiwu 10 line, or leu, one insertion, do. Emeh additional insertion do. Three months.. . do. 8ts moatlis An flniiur ...$1,50 ... 2,00 ... 2,40 ... 1,7 ..J0.S0 .. .. 3.00 -. ,00 . 8,00 . 15,00 . 20,00 . 25,00 One-fnarth column, cnaage quarterly-, 1 year.. Uim-third do. One-half . do. do. do do. do Wki do. do, do .. 45,00 Basinas Cards, 6 lines or less, one year. 6,00 Leaded Notices preceding marriages, and Doable col nam Advertisementa, to be oharard double the above rate. Advertisements should be marked with the number of insertions er they will be oontinued nntil orderodout and esstrged aaeor iagly. JOB PRIHTISO, Or all Muds neatly and expedit...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 September 1856

It will be instructive here to to turn back and trace up the history and progress this work. It will bo seen that from 1840, to 1848, no appropriations were made, the law for building a new state house having been repealed ; but in December, 1 844 com missioners appointed by the legislature re ported a plan and specifications for a new stato house, with detailed estimates of the cost The ent ire cost accordi ug to that plan was estimated at 1301,233. In February, 1848, the general assembly passed a law providing for the building of a new state house-, and adopted this plan. In the first section of that law will be found the follow ing provision: "Provided, that the said commissioners mar make such modifica tions in the details of the said plan during the progress of the work as they may deem expedient and proper; Provided, however. euch alterations SHALL IN NO WISE INCREASE THE AGGREGATE COST OF THE SAID STATE HOUSE." This ct continued in force and the- work was supposed to be prose...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 September 1856

'Specif tl. of ices. 3T Window Blinds akd Window Aaumaa, which add so much to the Appearance of your Owelllngsand are InrmluabLe in keeping your rooms oool ud prsrenting tht warm rays of the sun from fading your valuta, and injuring your furniture, are manufactured at abort notice in a superior manner at the Steam Sash Factory of McGEE HAVNES. Fkkmoht.O., July 4, 1858. 23tf Fits! Fits! Flint Persons laboring umler this distressing malady will find Pa. Hakce'b KjUeiiUc Pills to be the onlf remedy erer (Hscorared for rlug Epilepsy or Falling Fita. These pills possess a specific action on the nervous system: and although prepared esreeialVj for the purpose of curing ft, they will be found of special benefit to all persons affiicted wtth weak nenrea, or whose nervous system has Ven prostrated or ehattered from any cause whatever. The dyspeptic patient, whose stomach has rot the power of duly converting food into a lire sustaining eiemenv, mIm K k slntrle ennrse of the extraordinary pill...

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