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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 September 1856

xtwm FREMONT: OHIO. ISAAC BX. HEELER, Editor. Friday, September 19, 185G. "Freedom." KM PHESIDENT, JOHNJJJgffipOST. FOR VTCE-PBESIDEVr. WTTTJAM L DAYTON. OF fiEIT JERSET. The Buchanan and Fillmore Affiliation. It is truly amusing, and at the same time difcusting, to see with, what a degree of affection the Buchanan press and speakers are (awning around the Fillinorites, prais ing them for their talent, Liuding them to the skies for their devotion to the Union, and extending to them the hand of fellow ship by esteeming them "co-laborers in the cause." What cause f The cause of the extension of human slavery I And this in fatuated, cno-idea'd, flattered, fossil party in return acknowledge the compliment paid them, and vie with their co-laborer in ef forts to sink deeper in tho slimy pool of po litical infamy.' That the above proposition, however, is true, viz: that those two parties ate co-laborers in the enterprise of slavery x tension, no sensible person can for one moment doubt, wh...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 September 1856

FREMONT JOURNAL. tStAC M. HEELER, Proprietor. Tha JOURNAL it published mry Friday moralng. Oo la Uifl third story, Bucklaod'i Block Fremoat, Saaduskj eounty, Ohio. TERMS Or SUBSCRIPTION. One eopr, prr rear, la adraace, by mail $ 1,50 lia wiiuia w rear ....... AfWrtha expiration of the year ...... Town subscribers, in advance RATES OF ABVBMIBIS8. One Squat 10 lines or loss, oae tnsertloD,.... do. ' Each additional insertion. ... do. Thr months . do. Six months . ..... do. Onoyesx One-foarth column, change .nartorly, 1 year.. .. 2,60 . 1.J4 .$0,50 . 0,24 . 3,00 . 6,00 . 8,00 . 16,00 One-third - do. " One-half do. do. so ...ii5,0 , whole do. no. no ... ao.uu Buainss Cards, lines or less, one year 6,00 Leaded Notioes praoeding marriaires, and Double ool aw Advertisements, to be cUarod double the above rate. Advertisements should be marked with the number of inseruona or thty will be conuuueu until oroereaomanu . charged aocoroingiy. JOB PRIVTINO, " Of all rlnii neatly and exielMonsy 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. — 26 September 1856

For Northern Democrats. f Of Buchanan and tho Cincinnati Plat . form, tho Richmond (Virgiuia) . Enquirer srs: uri,. -;- i -.v rr iTfniMr ' CANDIDATE ara perfectly Sidisfactvry ..to tho most scrnpulos stickler for' Sontheru rights" ;. . . ... , THERE is NOT a SINGLE PUBLIC MAN NOT PLEDGED TO THE LIPS IN FA- VORof DISUNION. Cliarleston (S. V.) screwy, 'M.n "A.. .t.-Tv.i i r.. .uo iuiiowiiiv is uuiu mo aucumotiu an- THE ELECTION OF MR. BUCHAN AN MAY, AND PROBABLY WILL, r SERVAT1TE INSTITUTION OF SLA VERY, From the same, Aug. 29 : THE ELECTION OF MR. BUCHAN - JViN nuULU lit!. A UGiAU'ilUAKl MOVEMENT ix FAVOR of SLAVERY AND CONSERVATISM. rvylATZS 0F SOUTH) iuxisrtT'" ATORS IN CONGKFSS WHO ARE Now a ' white Northern pearl among these black Southern diamonds, and - Buchanan necklace of gems for to-day will bo complete. The New York Day Bool; tho leading Northern organ of the so-called ' ''Democratic" party, holds this language: fcNow what is tho position of the North ern Democracj f ' Are ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 September 1856

gpccfyi polices. ; gg- Window Blinds and Window Bhvtttiu, which add so much to the appc&rmnee of Yonr Dwellings and an Invaluable In keeping your rooms cool ' and predating the warm rays of the Bun from fadingyour carpets, aad injuring your furniture, are manufactured at short notice In a superior manner at the Steam Saah Factory 0r McGEE nAY.VES. Keimoxt, 0, July , 1866. S3' Fits! Fits! run! " Persons laboring under this distressing malady will find : tu. IlAMOls'a Epileptic Fills to be the oaly remedy ever discovered for earing Epilepsy or Falling Fita. These pilla possess a speciflc action on the nervous system: and although prepared especially for the purposo of curing fts, they will be found or special benefit to all persons affiicted with weak nerves, or whose nervous system has been prostrated or shattered from any cause whatever. The dyspeptic patient, whose stomach has lot the power f duly converting food into a life sustaining element, Is .. released by a single course...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 September 1856

For the Fremont Journal. A VISION. I lay me down to sleep one night and thought to sweetly rest;. For to support Buchanan I really thought was best, To torae meetings I had been where ho was much extolled, And visions of his virtue o'er all my dreams had rolled. They said " to 6ave the 'Union' elected ho must be; If wo supported Fremont, we would disunion see;" I took it all for granted that what they said was go And to preserve the Union, I would for slavery go. This resolution taken, I sank into a sleep, And a dream came o'er me which made me groan and weep. When I began to 6lumbcr a person me approached, And in answer to my queries, he soon his business broached. His aspect was forbidding, a lash was in his hand, . A chain hung upon his arm, on it an iron band. A bo trie knife was in kit belt, a pistol by its side. He looked as though creation ho well might have defied. He said I had a master and was no longer free. And doomed to cruel bondage I must forever be. A mirror hung jus...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 3 October 1856

FREMONT JOURNAL IS l AC M. KEELCIl, Proprietor. Tb. JOURNAL is published evsry Friday morning. OBoe la the third "Wry, Bucklaad's Hlvck Freiuunt, Bandaaay county, viiiu- ... - TERMS Ot SUBSCRIPTION. - - Oris erpv, par yw, la advance, ry mail ... $ 1,60 Paid within the year 2,0? After the expiration of the year .- 2,60 - Town subscribers, in advance 1,7ft , . . . RATE a or ADVERTISING. One Square 10 linee or leu, one iaaertioa, $0,60 . 4a. Each additional insertion..... 9,2 do. . Three monthe. 8,00 do. Six month! .f ...... 6,00 do. Oneyear ,.8,00 Ooe-fourth column, change quarterly, 1 year 1S.00 One-third do. do. ' do ...20,00 , One-hall . do. . do. do 26,00 Whpl. do. do. do ' 46,00 Bnsiaes Cards lines or less, one year 8,00 Leaded yotioes preceding marriafea, and Double eol mmn Advertisements, to be charged double the above rate. Advertisement should be marked with the number insertions r they will be continued until orderedout and Bharged accordingly. JOB PMVTISO, Of all kinds neat...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 3 October 1856

From the Tiffin Tribune. Republican Economy. Republican Economy. FACTS AND FIGURES, From the "Laws of Ohio." Volume and Pane arc Kiwen lor CouveuL i. rut Keferencc. EXTRAORDINARY LIES BY EXTRAORDINARY TREASURY SUCKERS EXAMINER Read and Examine for Yourselves! Tho party who taxed us Nine Millions nd two hundred thousand Dollars and even thon left nine hundred thousand, five hun- tired dollars for the Republicans to pay, have : undertaken bv falsehood, misquotation and misconstruction to show a difference in their favor between the expendaturcs of tho Re publicans and those of tho Locofocos, while in power. As a specimen of this attempt, we quote the following from their showing: Retrenchment No. 1. For the payment of the Legisla- - ture, for the year 1856, under Fusion rule For tho same purpose 1855 nn ' der Democratic rule Increased expenses of Legisla- 163,500 36,500 ture under Fusion rulo 27,000 r' Now turn to page 1 8, vol. 52, Laws of Ohio, and look at the first appropriation Fo...

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

Special Notices. Window Blixds -and Window Bhcttcks, which add so much to ths tpjMuuot of jour Dwellings sod are Invaluable In keeping your rooms cool and preventing ths vum ray of the aun from fading your carpeU, and iqjuring yor furniture, an manufactured t short notice in a superior manner at the Steam Sash Factory of McGES k HAYNES. FacMOXT, 0., July 4, 1856. 3tf rcver and Agu Certain Core! Jfo more use for Tonic mixtures, Quinine, Fowlart So lution, Arsenic. Mercury, or any of the vilUanona or naus eous compounds, which only relieves one disease to im plant another more deadly, and which sends its unhappy victims finally, with a wrecked and broken constitution, to an early grave. Try Carter's Spanish Mixture, which eon tains none of these dangerous drugs, but cures by act ing specifically on the Lirer, purifying the blood and sabling nature to recuperate its exhausted ntrgies by opening the pores of the akin, and expelling from the body all impurities and old medicines, which 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. — 3 October 1856

Letter of Gov. A. H. Reeder. A Document for Old Democrats to Reflect on! This Letter written by Gov. REEDER, is one of the most able and searching productions of the campaign, and wherever read, it will pro duce a profound sensation, especially among the members of the Dem ocratic party, to which Sir. Reeder has always belonged. His "rea sons" for leaving the rotten organization cannot be too extensively cir culated, for wherever reflected upon they will be adopted by thousands of his old associates. AFTER READING IT, SHOW IT TO YOUR NEIGHBOR. Letter of Gov. Reeder, On the Approaching Election of President, and the Candidates. New York City, Sept. 18. To tht Editors of tht Evening Post, Gektlikkk: The letter of your corres pondent Hn and your editorial comments upon it of the 6th inst, seem in common courtesy to demand a reply. Your corres pondent does not err in saying that I desire the success of the republican party and the election of their candidate, and that I am ready to cont...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 10 October 1856

FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC 31. KEELEK, Proprietor. Th JOURNAL is published eYery Friday morning. Offio Inthe third story, Bucklaud'i block Freiuunt, Audutky county, Ohio. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dn oopr, per year, in advance, by mail ...... 1.50 Paid within the year... V After the expiration of the yar - 2,50 Town subscribers, in adrance ... RATES OF ADVERTISING One Square 10 linen or lew, one Insertion,. $0,50 ' do. Each additioual Insertion O.ii I do. Three inontha. 3,00 do. Six months - 5.00 do. One rear 8,00 One-foarth column, clun-ge quarterly, 1 year.. . 15,00 One-third do. do. do ...20,00 One-half do. do. , -25,00 'Whole do. do. do ... 5,oo Buiinei Tarda, 6 linei or lew, one Tar 6,00 ' L t'li NntioM preceding marriaeva, and Don bio col amn Advertisements, to be chanred doublethe above rate. Advertisement should be marked with the number ef laeertioaB or they will be continued unu.oruereauui ana charged accordingly. JOB PRINTING, - Of all kinds neatly and eTpeditiouHly executed, and...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 10 October 1856

Jfrcntontl jmmtal FREMONT: OHIO. ISAAC JM. KEELEB., Editor. Friday, October 10, 1856. "Freedom." FOR PRESIDENT, JOHN C. FREMONT. OF CLIFORMJ. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. WILLIAM L DAYTON. OF HEW JERSEY. Senatorial Elector, CALEB B. SMITTl, of Hamilton Countr, JACOB PERKINS, of Trumbull Count;. Representative Electors, Districts. ICT JOHN B. STAt.LO, of Hamilton, llD RICHARD M. COR WINE, of Hamilton, 11 Id PETER ODLIN, of Mont-ornery, IVts-JACOB 8. CON'KI.IN, of ShelhT. Vth WILLIAM TAYLOR, of Hancock; VIte E. P. EVAN'S, of Alton. VTIth WILIJAM H. P. DKXNT, of Warren, Vnim J. R. HUBBELL, of Delaware, JXt ROBERT O. PK VNINGTON, ofSiwo, XTO FRANCIS C1.EVELA.NI, of Scioto, ' XIth JOHN WEIX-H, of Athens, 'XnTB DANIEL HUMPHREY, of Licking, XniTH HENRY D. COOKS, of Erie, XIVtb EUUE.VK PARDEE, of Wavne; XVte JOHN M. HODGE, of Tnacarawas, XVItb DAVIS GREEN, of Waahinjrton, XVniH MILLER PENNISOTON. of Belmont, XVniTH-JOHN 8. HERRICK, of Portage; XIXth AARON WILCOX, of 1-ake. XXth JAMES DrMARS, of Maho...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 10 October 1856

Special Notices. 5T" Window Bunds and Window Enemas, which add so much to the appearance of your Dwelling and are InraAaable tn keeping your roomi cool and preventing the warm rays of the sun from fadingyour carpela, and injuring your furniture, are manufactured at short notice tn a superior manner at the Steam Sash Factory of McGEE HAYN'ES. Fu.os-r.O., July 4,1854. S3tf Fewer and Ague C'ertalii Cure! . Ko nn use lor Tonic mixtures, Quinine, Fowler" So. IttUoB, Arsenic, Mercury, or any of thevillianous or naus eous eompoanda, which only relieves one disease to im plant another more deadly, and which sends its unhappy victims finally, with a wrecked and broken constitution, to an early grave. Try Carter's Spanish Mixture, which contains none of these dangerous drn its, but cures by act ing specifically on the Liver, purifying the blood and enabling nature to recuperate its exhausted energies by opening the pores of the skin, and exptllingf roro the body all impurities and old medicin...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 10 October 1856

Poetry. The Hour and the Man. Tho following lines aro from "Signal Fires," just published, anonymously, which is attributed to 'Whittier : Palo Freedom in her 'lengiiered camp Her forehead w ith its blood-sweat damp, Sits by the willows drooping low, Beside the Kansas' mournful flow; A childless Mother in distress, A widow in tho wilderness, Kor children fled or by her side, In tho young bloom of strength and prid, Fall, bleeding for her sake and died ; Smote, down by ruffians foul with Crime Tho craseless blot of every crime. All round her, over plain and dell, Roars tho red fire of Slavery s hell ; Ono lurid blast w hoso volumed swell Has mown her goldest harvest down ; Devoured tho homes of Lawrence town, And swept tho cherished rights of Man Into black ashes whero it rau. Missouri's dregs of villian blood, The old Palmetto's traitor brood, And Georgia's ruffians with tho scum Of all their Southern scoundreldom Sped on by Northern cVvesand knaves, "Who have defiled their Father'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. — 17 October 1856

FREMONT JOURNAL. IS 4 AC 31. KEELEIt, Proprietor. The JOURNAL is published every Friday morning Olios In the third story, Bscklsnd's Block Fremont, Sandusky county, Ohio. i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, per year, ia advance, by mall $1,50 i raid within the year 2,00 Aiter the expiration of the year... . 2,60 Town subscribers, in advance 1,75 t RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Square 10 lines or less, one insertion,.. ...$0,50 do. Each additional insertion 0,28 do. Three monthe f.00 tlo.' Six month! - do. One year.. a . K,(M) ' tine-fourth eolnmn, change quarterly, I year... 15,00 One-third do. " - -- One-haK 'do. do. do ...25,00 xc An. do. do ... 45.00 BusinesCards,ellnesorles6,oneyar...:... 5,00 ' Leaded Notions preceding marriages, and Double ool--nmi advertisements, to be charged double the above rate. Advertisements should be marked with the number of insertions or they win be continued until ordered out ana charged aocortttngiy. JOB PRINTING, Of all kind neatly and expeditiously 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. — 17 October 1856

An Appeal for Kansas. An Appeal for Kansas. WITH PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS FOR ITS RELIEF. To tA -EMor oA N. Y. TViiwiw. Sib: In this day's Tribune correspond ence from Kansas I read the following : "I saw a man to-day whom I bad known in New Eugland. Ho 6aid to mo: 1 came to KansAS with $1,500 iu money, I Lave served through the whole war, I have wife and nine children, they have lived for a fortnight on greon corn and squash; tbore is m my house neither meat, nor po tatoes, nor moal, nor flour, nor money;., nor do I know where to look for any. But I shall live and die in Kansas." . The writer further says; "If raonev is to be raised in behalf of suffering Free Kausas, let it rather be em ployed in sustaining the suffering and im poverished here, than in sending other emi grants." . . Kansas needs more men let me add, but -such only should go as can support them selves. Tkreo men well fed and clothed aro better than ten famishing ones. Friends df Freedom! awake, I beseech yon, 4ootioM ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 17 October 1856

. Epilepsy, or Falling; Fits. W. balier w. cannot do our readers a more important errtce, than by again wiling their attention to that most remarkable preparation, discovered by Dr. 5t 5. Hana, of Baltimore, UiL, which possesses the power of alleviating and oaring that horrid Tliitation of man Epilepsy, or Falling Fits. In reccomnending this preparation to oar readers, we do so with a oonTictioa that we are not degra ding our columns to puff a oonunoo patent medicine but are placing before them a discovery, which, if fully known, would probably do more to alleviate haman euffering, than any Invention of modem time. Dr. Hance, in asking us to notice his preparation favorably in our editorial depart ment, 1 aa sent ns for perusal a number of letters from per aou who hare used bis pills, and hare been cured thereby. All of them speak in the most grateful and eulogistic terms. One great advantage thia medicine poases ie the fact, that it eaa be transported through the mails, thereby aff...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 17 October 1856

List of Articles Entered at the SANDUSKY COUNTY SANDUSKY COUNTY Agricultural Fair, Held at Fremont, Oct. 7th, 8th and 9th. Held at Fremont, Oct. 7th, 8th and 9th. Class A—Cattle. So. 1, 2, W G HafforJ, Cow 5 yrs; Heif er Calf, 5 mos. 3, J B G Downs, Heifer, 2 mos. 4, D Soaman, Cow, 3 yrs. 5, R P BucVland, Bull Calf, IT mos. 6, R Ramsey, Bull, 2 rs. 1, F Osborn, lot Dovons and Durhams. This lot of cnttlo of Mr. O.'s are a very fiue lot, consisting of one three year old 'Devon Bull and one yearling, and two Cows two yearling Durham Bulls and two Cows. One of each stock of these Cows took 2d premiums at the State Fair. Mr. O. has a lareo lot' of Durhams and Devons on his farm one mile from Clyde. 15, J Gibbs, Bull, 3 yrs. 16, J George, Bull, 1 yr. 17, J Williams, Heifer Calf, 5 mos. 18 J R Adams. Yoke Cattle, 5 yrs. 19, J Birdseve, Matched Steers, 3 yrs. 20, S Rathbun, Groon Creek Tp., 5 Yoke Cattle. 21. D Seaman, Yoke Oxen, 6 yrs. 22-24, J Moore, Cow and Calf; 2 Heifers, 2 yrs; 3 Heif...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 24 October 1856

FREMONT JOURNAL IS 4 AC M. KEELER, Proprietor. Ths JOURNAL is published every Friday morning. Offloe In the third story, Buckland's Block Fremont, Swidtsky county, Ohio. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, per year, in advance, by mail Paid within the year . After the expiration of the year Town subsoribere, in advanee ... 2.00 2,40 ... 1,74 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Square 10 tines or less, one insertion, $0,60 . do. Kach additional insertion 0,25 ' do. Three months ;00 ,f do. Six months . 6,00 do. ' One year ft,00 One-fourth column, change quarterly, 1 year.. . 16,00 One-third do. do. do ...20,00 One-half . do. , do, do ...25,00 Whole do. do. do ...45,00 Butines Cards, 8 lines or less, one year 6,00 Leaded Notices preceding marriages, and Double col Hmn Advertinemeata. to be charged double the shore rate. Advertisements should be marked with the number of Insertions or they wtu be continued nntu ordered out and eharfed aoooraiagly. JOB PRINTING, Of att kinds neatly and expeditiously ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 24 October 1856

Greene C. Bronson on Slavery. In 1848," Judge Bronson wrote aletteron tiie subject of slavery, which so exactly de cnbes the present crisis, and the attempt of the Buchanan and Fillmore parties to ex tend slavery that ite re-publication will be timely. It is dated July 15, 1848, and after declining an invitation to attend a po litical meeting, he anys: Slavery cannot exist where there is Bositive law upholding it. It is not neces- ary that it should bo forbidden ; it is enough that it is not specially, authorized. If the owners' of slaves removes with or scuds them in to any country, State or Territory, where slavery does not exist by law, they will from that moment become freemen, and -will have as good a right to command the mas ter as he will have to command them. State laws have no extra authority; and a law of Virginia which makes a man a slave there, MBoAt MktA Kim at filara in Vpw Vorlc nor beyond the Rocky Mountains. ""Entertaining no doubt on that question, I can see no occ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 24 October 1856

Specif polices. Ewery Header, Win Etna notice th advertisement descriptive of Mr. Bora' Pictorial Family Bible, and Hod for the printed cat alogue of all oar illustrated works. To the uninitiated in til great art of selling Books, we would ear that we pro Mot a scheme for money making, tar bettor than all the row mines oi L amorma and Australia. Any peraon wun ug to embark in the enterprise will risk little by sending to the publisher $2o, for which he will receive eainple copies of tike various works, (at wholesale priors,) carefully box ed, insured and directed, affording a verv liberal percent age to the agent for his trouble. With these he will soon be able to ascertain the most saleable, and order according ly. Address, post-paid, POPERT SEAR3, Pobli.her. S9w 181 William street, N.Y. Epilepsy, or Falling I lls. We belters we cannot do oar readers a more Important rviee, thsn by again calling their attention to that most naarkable preparation, discovered by Dr. Set 5. Hanee, of ...

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