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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 31 July 1857

Political. f y Wo oommntiJ tho careful perusnl of the following to th Memnget.y 11 con tra t with nsscrtiohi of that " sheet most tmngcly, consld.ring that tfiey are both , Democratic organ1, nd tlinl both ro he qttointed with tho fact of trirt enso : voicr or the nrttirij. rnm The nnfaleatlniK-norgrm, Trltt nntt ' m4ill brought ay with a Hahrl mm." The following articlo fo ft literal transl lion from h Cineinnnti Vo1ki Blatt,lhe leading Gorman paper in Cincinimti,nnd t ' pper too (hat, supported MorgAn nnd Trev itt at tlia last eloction. llond it. Thing ra working! - ; There wm one ft t'nno when certain man- ifostations were regarded as indications of corruption in tho Domocrntic pnrty, but these manifestations ftro no longor neewssnry to nn ' Bounce to tho tvorld the integrity And mo rality of toe party ; by iw own conduct it an nounce to the world that it id not only cor rupt bnt rotten to tho core. If we need . any proof to substnntinto this position, we t think tho course pursu...

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 August 1857

Poetry. For the Journal. STANZAS. BY ANNA RAYMOND. I lorv th heart, thai Inly foaU - Th 001x0111 mortal tnowt The heart, whoM tntl Unrt hli Their luffertng br bf-low. I lo th eye, that t lookt And glUteni w.th a atartlng tar( At ttt of othw Wi I ior t. fewhoM mental raj, To Ttryrtrf Impart ' A radiant Joy, a gtntlt glow, Congenial to their hearts. - The eya, where genius' beams unite With Pity'i melting dew, With glowing Hop, and Rniiture bright, 1 Can tVn the aoal nbdue. I lore the Up whoee beaming smile Cap check the tufTurei'i light Bpeak holy worda In accent! mild, And guide to MUa on high. t lore the rolce whoae artlcti tonea Come from the inmost sonl, And fraught with music's magic charm, In pleasing numbers roll. Tones may be fal ho, and words untrue, Mere stares at Fancy's eallf The ystbrlghtmlrrorofthe soul, . . Alone can tell as all. BY ANNA RAYMOND. FREMONT, Ohio. THE SYCAMORES. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. In the outskirts of the rtl lage, On the ilrers winding Shores, Stand the...

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 August 1857

The safe Keeping of the Public Money— The Way in which it is done. Som of the mall frjr ot tho Pro-Slavorv TeJonil pro ore nmusing themselves ith lb won ff Sub-lrcVury system for Ohio pinofl for the dishonesty of its Stat Troiwurers. We shall not, nt this time, consider th subject ; nve only refer to it m a tnnttor of fact. Wo shall wait until lh Convention moots and erects its pint form, V prefer tho authorizod edicts of Ihe party rather than the opinions of indi viduals, V shall otilr say now that the Itnpublicani are for the most secure way of keeping tuc peoples money, ana care noth ing about names. Wo are clear, howevor, that it i much more important to have an honest Treaurer,ino a strong iron safe in which to koon the rnonnv. for. Iiowornr .1 - it. v if a . i ttrong tho save may be, if tlio man who is aentinol ovor it, and who holds tho key of the lock, is himself a thief, the money will not be aafo. We have yet to bo inforruod of a safor mode of keening tho public money than...

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 August 1857

Special Notices. If you want n good nice Fonce fcround your premises, ro to ITIcOEE eY IIATNES who ars manufacturing ne w style, which U A. l iU Cy. It In made I" sections, 'th tw0 !.. Mil. .! hn k t m In half 111 tints usually ro- required to bolld t common fence. , To can we sample M THEIR FACTORY! 1UT Swx Of T Riv- TnE Spring is the best time in the whole year, to put BLINDS "f " They add to the worth of jour place, all they rout. They pro tect yonr furniture and carpet from bclnr, Injured by strong light, to y nothing of the cool comfort they Im part during the warm wealher They can be had on ihort notice, by tearing your order at the Factory of April 24, 1867. 13lf - McflER at HAVXES. jtfT ' I DIGEST," such is the true tnean in Kind 'TF.rsiS," or of the two Greek word from which It l derived. Thl li the eliininoant and ap- nrnnrlate title of the TOUR DIOF.STIVK FLUID, or GAS THIO JUICE, nreoarcdbr Dr. J. H. llouuhton, of Thlla Melnhi-for the rare of Indigestion and Ityspcpsla. ...

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 August 1857

0. R. M'C U L L O 0 II nOLESAIX AND RETAIL v" Sealer In ', MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, : PATNTS, OILS, TURPENTINE, DYE-STUFFS, WINDOW GLASS, -GLASS WARE, PERFUMERY, TOBACCO, SNUFF, CIOARS, Futent Medicine, .Funoy Articles, dr., dr. fjai lng Otled up the old stand, yO. 8, UlCKIiA.M'8 llliOCK, And just recede a Lai-gen& well-selected Stock, If prepared to AH all orders and aenommodate bit old and new cuaionaera with an article In the Hue at tit. Xoweat prices and beti qualities, -'Physicians prescriptions put np neatly and correctly, at all times, and the greatest care taken in filling ' PHYSICIAN'S ORDERS, . With only the Beat Articles. PAINTERS and tlioso wanting PAINTS, OTIS, GLASS, dr., t-An requested to ll and, examine his large, ttock of Paints, Warranted of the Best Quality, AyD LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. t3T Don't forget tbo place. j$ C. R. M'CULLOCII. Tre moot, Jul g, JWT. M'CTTLLOCHS BOOK, STATIONERY, AND - Wall Paper Depot. C. IL M'CULLOCH, would respectfully announce to the cit...

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 August 1857

Poetry. Poetry. For the Journal. Poetry. For the Journal. FAREWELL. Poetry. For the Journal. FAREWELL. BY ELBRIGE ELWOOD. Poetry. For the Journal. FAREWELL. BY ELBRIGE ELWOOD. HOW THE BELL RANG. Poetry. For the Journal. FAREWELL. BY ELBRIGE ELWOOD. HOW THE BELL RANG. JULY 4th, 1776. Poetry. For the Journal. FAREWELL. BY ELBRIGE ELWOOD. HOW THE BELL RANG. JULY 4th, 1776. THE HELPMEET. Poetry. For the Journal. FAREWELL. BY ELBRIGE ELWOOD. HOW THE BELL RANG. JULY 4th, 1776. THE HELPMEET. BY METTA V. VICTOR. Poetry. For the Journal. FAREWELL. BY ELBRIGE ELWOOD. HOW THE BELL RANG. JULY 4th, 1776. THE HELPMEET. BY METTA V. VICTOR. A PRAYER. fttf VOL. V. W Ay FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, it utrifir AUGUST 14, 1857. NO. 29. Poetry. For the Journal. FAREWELL. BY ELBRIGE ELWOOD. HOW THE BELL RANG. JULY 4th, 1776. THE HELPMEET. BY METTA V. VICTOR. A PRAYER. A Story for Business Men. Poetry. For the Journal. FAREWELL. BY ELBRIGE ELWOOD. HOW THE BELL RANG. JULY 4th, 1776. THE HELPMEET. BY MET...

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 August 1857

"EYES OPEN." "Oar tninilr hk termon, last iv tolnr ," mid Mr. H-ncb th wild of a pro ... wholi drT-R0Ol merchant on ifrkn iirMt, m h du,td ht mantlo of poreolnin and mnrbln, on Monday morning, that "h who wanted to do good must ho on th eormtant 'look out' for opportunities; that Qod doe not find our work, and bring it ready fitted and prepared to the hand ; but prWli the world before us, and w aro to walk through it as Christ and the A postles did, with eyetopen,' looking for the sick and the Buffering, the poor and the oppressed. "Now, I am OMtaia," continued the lady, m she replaced a marble Diana in the cen ter of the mantle, "I should liko to do some good every day; one foels so much bettor wnen wj go vo rosi m nigm; anu i 11 jm lr.en roT 'eves onon' to-dar. and tee if ome across any opportunities that undor or dinanr circumstanoes I should lot slip." Half an hour later, Mrs. Beach was in the Bwsorv, with the washerwoman, who had come for the clothes. "I wish Mrs. Simms," aid 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. — 14 August 1857

Specif ofices. If you wont a good nicn Fence mrotnd roar premises, go to MnOEfl A: MATNaSS. who art manatsotnrlng new styl, whteh It Dmr mots and Casey. It It made It eMtrooa, with two and Uiim ralla. and can he set D In half the tins. Mo.lly re- rannlred In hnlM t common lorn. Yo Ml let aamplet t THEIR FACTOR, it Slot Of TH RtTHn. TnE Spring w the best time h ho year, tt r. Bhsnun four houss. i uej ndd, to the worth of your place, all they " Thrr pro aett your furaltar. and tarpott from being Injured by ttrong llfh,toyiiothlng of tht tool comfort th.v Im port taring the worm weather They otn be had on short notice, by leaving yoor ordert t the Factory of April M.1M7. 13tf McOKR HAYNE3. such fW " I DIGEST," tuch it the true mean- ingofths turd "PEPSIN," or of tht tiro Greek words from which It It derived. This la tht slgnifleant and ap propriate tltlt of tht TRUE niQEBTIVK KUJirt, or OAS TRIO JUICE, prepared by Pr. J. 8. Hooghton, of Phila delphia, for tht tort of Indigestion and Dy...

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 August 1857

A a J a Ns L I C. R. M'OULLOCII, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL . Dealer ia ' DRUOB, 1 ..' MEDICINES, - V; ; CHEMICALS, - . .. FAINTS, OILS, V.". TURPENTINE, ' DYE-STUFFS, ' . .V V . , ; ; WINDOW GLASS, . ' ., : . GLASS WARE, '' rERFUMERY, TOBACCO, "S L '-: ' "' '' , SNUFF, CIGARS, Patent MedUinti, Fancy Articles, dc, At. ' Having fitted U, th Sid J Wad, , ' I ;...:,(, . . - : And jut molred a Large and well-selected Stock, l prepared to fltl all arlfti end MMondito his old and nawtttftocnor. wlta any arllel. in t&. una at lu . UwmI price and betl qaalltlee, FayaicUna prescription, put ap neatly and eosreotly, at mil UaM, and tha greatest care taken la oiling PHYSICIAN'S ORDERS, With only the Beit Artiolea. PAINTERS nd those wanting PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, fc. Asa iwiomM to tall aa4 examine hli aarga atoak of I?aiii t s , Warranted of the Best Quality, AXD LOWtST rotllMLI PM1CMM. SOT Don't forget tho place. J$ ' ' C. R. XTCULLOCH. i,Jaljt,lu;. M'OULLOCH'S . BOOK, STATIONERY, AJfD ; Wall Pape...

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 August 1857

Political Intelligence. REPUBLICAN State Convention. SALMON P. CHASE, Present worthy Governor. UNANIMOUSLY RE-NOMINATED! COLUMBUS, Aug. 12, 1857. At 10 o'clock this morning the Couren tion met tit the Theater, Mid was callod to order by Wm. Donninon Jr., of Columbus, Chainann of tlio Stato Central Coramiltoo, and on motion of Hon. David Hoaton of But ler County was elected Chairman pro tern., and the following gentleman were chosen SeoreUrios: John K. Oroen of Hamilton County, M. Rider of Piqua, H. T. Brown of Athena, Isaao Haslet ot biarx. The following Committees were thon appointed: COMMITTEE ON PERMANENT ORGANIZATION. 1st District Geo. B. HolliBter. 2d, Isaac E. Wost. Sd, Felix Marsh. 4th, E. B. TavW. ;th. E.D.rock. Otb.GeorioK. Snyder. 7th, Wm. H. P. Donney. 8th, V. H Wsit. 9th. John J. Williams. 10th, C. O. Hawley. lltb, E. A. Sponcor. 12tb, Volunn Vrankin. 13th. Jnmes Bovcno. 14th, Wm. L. Orr. 15th Paul Wetherbeo. ICth, BeirjTnin 0rne' i7A,W.H.Frawsr. 18th, O. P, Brown. 10th,...

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 August 1857

SPIRITUALISM. W br tofor giren our opinion of BiHriDIt"rt( which, In brief, U tbut it is crI cnltiind to destroy confidence in tlio truth of tnsD Rod virtu of woman. For the benofit of "Tma Believers," w intend giving week ly such intelligence ft we can procure from thfl spirits and the etotfity preachers of this doctrine of coxy moral. Head the letter and comments upon it from the Cleveland Ilertld, which we give below : Spiritualism in Its Advanced Stage. It is the one great duty of journalists to point out the existence of crime and deprav- iij u nuiiuugu iv may uo revoiungr to eood taste to do so that those who would lead proper lives may shun the pit-falls ly ing in their way. As a doctor would give nauseous dose to work an ultimate good. rra at the expense of a temporarily cap sized stomach, so w publish a letter written by it. Lewis of this city, to trie uotroit Fret Prest, as showing to what depths spiritualism is leading its votaries, 'inat a woman should be found, unblushi...

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 August 1857

Special polices. IV you want a good nice iVnce round your premises, go to 171 OEB lfATWESS who am manufacturing a now style, which la ft at, -Ms n4 Cast. It ii made In seetiona, with two and thre. rails, and can be set as In half the time usually re reqnlred to build a mi" fenca. Ton tan tea samples at Tnsm JACTOBY, Bum Of tnl Binu. Tiib Spring la the best time in the whole year) pit BUNDS t your Houtt. They add to the worth of your plae, all they emit. They pro tect yonr furniture and carpet! from being Injured by strong light, to eay nritiiinrf of the coot comfort tbey Inv part during tho warm weather They can be had on alior ; noun, y leaving jour oroers afc inn r Kwjrj ui April 94, 18S7. 13tf . McOFB HTy E3 I DIGEST," such is t)ie 'rue mean. ing ! word "PEraiK," or of the tw0 reek word, from which It le derived. Thle It t'J0 ,llrniBcant and ap propriate title of the TRCK DIOgxjvE FLUID, or GAS TRIC JUICB, prepared by P-., y, Houghton, of Phila delphia, for the cure of Ingestion ...

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 August 1857

C. It. M'OULLOCII, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL '" ' DetvLr la '33R170S,.', :, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, ;' PAINTS, OILS, '; TURPENTINE, - . DYE-STUFFS, I ' . WINDOW GLASS, GLASSWARE, PERFUMERY, TOBACCO, SNUFF,. " . CIGARS, Pattnl Medicines, Fancy Articles, d(., etc, Baring Ctted aa tbe old stead, NO. 8, BUCK. LAND'S BLOCK, Aad just neetved .- - ' Large and well-elected Stock, If prepared e (111 all orders and HnammaM hla old u4 hi euatosaers with any artlele U the Una at to Iiowett price . bett qaaalltloa, FhTsieian. praeerlptlona pat up neatly end eorreetly, at 11 tlmea, and the flattest cara token la filling PHYSICIAN'S ORDERS, With only the Beat Artlole. PAINTERS and those wanting PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, rfc, Asa refasstsd M call aad examine hla larga atoak af Paints, Warranted of the Best Quality, AUD tO WIST POSSIBLX PRICK $. : JCy Don't forget the place. mAg C. R. M'CULLOCII. rramoa,Julf a,l47. M'OULLOCErS BOOK, STATIONERY, AND Wall Paper Depot. CR. M'CULLOCH, would rospeotfully annoonea to...

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 August 1857

TREASURY DEFALCATION REPORT. JOHN G. BRESLIN. Proven to be Guilty of the ENTIRE EMBEZZLEMENT! To IU Excellency, 8. P. Ch ask, Governor 0 (Mio. .' In pursuance of th net pr9oil"'n8 tl)0 duties of the Auditor iind Trciwiirorof Ktalc, relative to the receipt, safe keeping nd dis bursement, of the publio moneys, nd ! counting therefor," and the act oiipplmonta-l ty thereto, passed March 30th, 1857, the Vjri dcrsignod have mado tho oxamin.ti'jn re quired by said acts, and horTUh submit ' . - A REPORT, : ; . v Of their examination, and of the actual condition of tha Treasury on tho 16th day of June last, ' The duties of the undersigned, as set forth in the acts above mentioned, are as 'follows: 1st. Carefully to count all moneys, of every kind, in the Treasury. 2d. Personally and carctuiiy to examine the book account, vouchers and official cor respondence of the Treasurer, relating to tho receipt, custody and disbursement of tho 'moneys of the Stale, or any part thoreof. 3d. To compare 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. — 28 August 1857

, ttur. of tU StaU hi Miction-' nd mur frd it The.ct providing for thd proteo tion of th canal mnd lh oolloAmn ofMls, roquiros tk wlioctor to depo.il all money receive! by ihem in Rome 4ank designnlod th Xrorer of slate. Tho act making appropriation! for tlie; .year 1837, authorized 'tho County Treasu rers to make their fifiymonta into tha Stato Treasury by depositing (ha rtm dua the 33iaU in aome seijjhboring bank. Tho aama provision was incorjwatcd into the appropriation billa for 181 and 1842. j Tha law of 1846, that fruitful toarce of mis chicf in our financial administration, ht nthorized tha continuance of tho practice tip to tha present time. State Treasurer! 1 hare col looted the State tuxes from the Ibaokiand not from tha Comity Treasurers. Mr. Gibson aays that ho resorted to bor rowing, an order to meet the demands on tho TroastrrT and conoanl tha deficit. If it ' i true that ne received lnt 303,000 from Mr. Breslin, the books of the offico eorrobo- rato his declaration. 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. — 28 August 1857

, (cci$ Notices .Ik ytu ivimt a gOoA "trice Fence Vonhd your premises, Jo lo iHedKK fc ItAnSlM. "who r manufacturing a new lyl, wnlch'I irfcw, - s! CAenp-. 'n to mad In eetlnn, "It" " three rails, r,d din b Mi np In half th tiro usMlly -'required to Wild common fene. Too can -see sample 'at TUKIlt lACtblfrV'rVrt'r Bin W W" ttlT' Tha Snrinir is tile Wt time in 'th whoi y'. "I- i"lbt They 'teot your fnrnltnre and carpet from being Injured by 'atron Mill detriing of it) e cool comfort they Im- 'pert during the wat wlhcr They ma be had on ihort 'jiolle, by leavlng'yttuf orden t the Factory of April M,tBM. IStf McGEB k HAYNES. S3T " I DIGEST," twh tithe trut mean Hut ari "pEF8IN." or of the two Greek word from which It Uderlred. TbU Is th significant and ap Woprlat title of the TRUE DIOR-STIVE FLUID, or GAS "hviO JUICE, prepared by Dr. 1. 8. Hooghton,'df 'fhila 'dlphl,for thecal of Indigestion and Prspepala. It la natbrVa oWnrevrienyfof an unhealthy atomaeh. No art 'of man can equal Ha 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. — 28 August 1857

TO THE . J? TJB L IC. 6IX YEA.R3 W pnwwd sine I nnre marie nrr oenur awwna; me uwpie " rrmnm .no surroandina' countr, and dunns. that period of lima, 1 bare formeo many agmable escalations ta which I ban - ( stratwly attached, and from tba Itbeml patronar. that t bar recelred aad tha klndneas end attention tie tewed upon me, prarn that my moat sanguis axpecta ttoM kara been am thaa realise. "FlaTlng beard before I kota eflhs trrnenaritr aad growth of your town, or Ita faeUltlee for the tranaaetlon of business. Its beautiful ft rat and sanvtmndlftg .eeTy the Fart commanding a aonsptelons slta, where onto waa tha scene ot strife arms elans!"-to lh. mualeof tha dram whan brare warrinra um forth la defence of thalr country's rig hta, ami a a Tary small Inducement to become ona of your dtliens ad raft aarared Menus, that I hare In no way beea disap pointed.; and la all my futon baalnaaa tranaactlona 1 want to foal an interact la yoar welfare, and having a rlew of tha taapoMlbtlltlea 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. — 4 September 1857

,C.,J. MEB8EE, MANUFACTURER OF THRASHING MACHINES, WOOOBIBV1 Patent horse power and Separator. 'fWF.SE Veen In., arera Intro.! tnt. Ohio In !. . J. Tney etsnn nnnvsilenmr .impurity, wimw. mi-.h-rlbllitT and the .mount or work they will perform, They tr. mounted for transportation end werh on their own wheels, anil nibi transported nnd est frrnmt the least aosMbl. etpenae, and lo run) time than any other Power aadlbmaher. ThrsmaehlneesnWnaed with orlOhnr rs, H will, when wmwe lo lie roll capacity, thrash and clean, In th mowl perfect manner, M bushel, of wheal or I0O bushels or oat. per km f . IRON POWER. This power Is ttifeMe-geared, thereby aslng thrvo tiroes m Strang m any slngl. gecred power, for ajghtor ten liorsoa. Also, , Manufacturer of Mount Vernon Separator!. CLOVER MACHINES. To hall from 90 to 40 bushels a day. CORK miELt.ERS Reading's Patent. To eh ell from 0 to 800 bnshels per hour. Agent for R. H. Pease'. Agricultural work., Albany, N.T Railroad Poweri for on or two hor...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 September 1857

KANSAS. The Philadelphia Prts, Co.. Forney' w ppr, P'v ba follow injr, vii-nee fmi the jtm of mnVinjj KnnsM Slav (Suite by frrttia and violonco is to bo puahou to n immediata consummation: . IMPORTANT DISPATCH FORM WASHINGTON. [Special for the Press.] Wamiwotoi, Anjr- 29. Tbo irwpect fair election for DHr-pntos to trio Soptcm kor Convention in Kama inorcnso. The work of the Convention will, it H tail be ouicklp done. It will probrtMy bo ubmitted lo the poplo on tho day tlmt a Leffralaturo is etcclod, nnd tiio elmncos aro that the Constitution will be in Washington, -with a member of Conpres and two Bona' iort to back it, by the 1st of December. It is nnppod that the Constitution, like) aha. ci How lorK and .Pennsylvania, will fca tilent in reirard to Slavery. This pmcramme will prevent an attack on Oov. Walker's nomination in the Senate. He Can resign, and ma j como as a Senator fmm tha new Stnlo. Re.t svssnred thoro is soino bopo that this plan will bo carried out. solitaire. The e...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 September 1857

Special polices. If you want a pood nice Fence around your pre mlaci, no to ItleOF.fc V HAVSr;, who ar manufacturing a new atjle, which la Iff I, Dor Me ant Ctttip. tt la mad In aeetlnna, with two and thro tall, and eon be let op In hair the time usually iw raqulred to bnlld common fence. Ton en too sample! t THEIR FACTORY, Babt Sip or Tit Riyib. Tire Spring ia the best time in th whol year, to pal JJfc.TOS M four Bonn. They add to tho worth of your place, all they coat. Tlier pro tact yovr furniture and carpet! from being Injured by troYig light, to aay nothing of tho cool comfort they Im part during the warm waather They can ba had on ahort 'aotloe, by leading yonr ordera at the Factory of April M, 1857. l.ltf McGEE k HAYNE9. Dr. Robnrk'a area Itlrdlcal lcowerlc. Dr. Bobaca'a Scandlnavaln Remedlea are ovar-tnrnlng all the old theorlea of medicine. They reach tha Mood throngh tha dlgcith a organa with a qulrknce, certainty and cure. ' atlra effect almoat mlraeulon. Tha herb of whic...

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