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ISAAC M. KEELEIt, proprietor.
Th JOCRSAL m poblished 6141 1" Fri'lAV inoriiinjp.
Office In the tlurcl Ktorjr, UockUuiila Block rreuiunt,
SwlaBkr county, omo.
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AdTertiaements should he marked with th number of
Inmrtion or they will be continued untuoraereaout anu
Of all kind nentlr and eipe,itiou',.v executed, and that
too, to the full satiiSictiou of our patrona.
Of an dlwriptiona kept on hand, ot will he printed
h hours notlPe. i--. " ' '
Editor and Proprietor Fremont Journal.
I. O. O. F.
Crock Lono, No. T7, Inrt-tx-ndcnt order of Odd Fel
los, me.-t at Odd yellows" 1UU, in Buckland'a Block,
vvery Saturday evening:.
Fkkxovt EvrAirriisxT, No- fil, I.O.O.F., meeta in the
name Hall on the id aud lib. Monday evening of every
ForT STi:rmt!r!nx Lonni. No. X-i, Free and Accepted
al.wona, meets at JLaaonic Hnll, in Doncywn Block, on
the lrt and 3d Tuesday ereniuK's of every month.
FRKMOrt Cbaptkr. No. 64. Royal Arch Masons, meets
at the aam plaoe, on the 1st Friday evening of every
I. O. G. T.
For-VTAIX InOK, No, IS. Independent Order of Good
Templars meets at their Hall, in "Buckeye Building, ev
err Friday evening.
A. 1. WIIiES,
Daguerreian and Ambrotvpist
-l-TT-IlXbefonndathisGHllery at all hours. Pictures
Y taken in CUmd, a. well C7er er. A" "
invited to call and eiamine si-eciniens. lallery in the 3d
atory ot Sims' block, Fremont. Omo.
Itohcrts Jk Sheldon.
VvMifaetiirera or Tori-r, Tin, and Sheet-Iron Ware, and
Dealer. In Stoves, Aariroltm-al Implem.-nta, Stove ltajrs,
Wool. flid-S. Slieep-Ilt. Old Copper, O.d Stoves, fce
AUsort. of P.n,iine Yank,. Motions.
Block, ."o. 1, Frem..nt, Ohio. May. .!
Cunarld & Brother.
nardware Merchants. All kind? of Iron and Steel ware,
both American and Import.-t: sold at holeil. or Re
tail Everv pattern f Cook, Parlor or Box Moves. Ae
rieultural and Faru luiph-ineuts W.eM.-u-ware, I ordage,
Oils, Paints, &c, Betk' Blo.i, Xo. 2, 1 remont, t)hio.
I. I. Fiissclinun & Co.,
Dealers in Sloves, Tir., Sheet-Iron, roN"r-ware, Wash
boards. Plows. c. We have opened an entire new st.irt
U the Tvh-r Uh.-k, Corner -of Front and CroRUan MPii'M,
mad snail be eonstantlr n c-lviiut addition. IStrtieolar
attention will 1. pi ten to Jobbing and Bepainn? of every
kind. Call and see us. s . ' April L,, l-5.
Greene V Finelrot K.
Attorneys at Ijiw; will attend to all hMslnef s entrusted
to tlreir care. Olheo Niins' Block, Corner of CrogUin
and Main street. Fremont, Ohio. ...,..
J. L. GREESE. T. T. t uRFR'sa.
K. J. CON'GER, Pextat. Sraorox, rcnectfully tenders
Ms professional sen ires to tile ci'.iiens of Fremont and vi
cinity. T.-eth insert.d on ni-'ot. pold or silver i'lite. aud
in the neatet manner. " Shr-rj. and Shomo s
B'lildinv, front room oo-tairs.
Fremont, April IS, lo-
S. Btickland ".,
Dealers in Brups, Medirinc. Dys-stuffs, Glass, Paints,
Oils, Books Stationer-, &c, Fremont, (lliio.
BucUlaud & Evereir,
AUornevs and Couma llors at Law, and Solicitors in
Chancen .'will attend to pn.r.-ional hnsinnta and hy.i
Atrimc- in Sinhis!;r and adjoiuinfr countiei.. Olhce, nd
alorv Kuektaud's Block, Freuiout. ,
El P. Bl CKI.AXO. HOMER T. ERFTT.
. Ise-.ler Edgerion,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chan-e-rr
will i-arefir'ly attend to all Professional B-Jiness left
In hischanre. lie will a:o stt.-id to the enlh-rtion or
cJilni., lye., inth-i and a.ljoioinp counlU-s. Ollice, aec
oud storv' Xiins' Block, Frvmont, 0.
Ors. Wilson Stilwcll.
Pnwini:t Oliio. reeidecce on Crochan Street, nearthe
Conrt House. Feu. 24, IsM.
' JAS. W. miOS. THOS. STIL LLL.
FItAXK X. GIUXLY, Proprietor.
(Sueccfpor to J. F. X undercook.)
Tlie CKfCHA!lorsR is Fitint in fie rvntral, hwslnrw
nnrtinn nf the town, on tlif Tike, coriK-r of Front Stnt-t.
N exertions on tin- ;i.trt of the jiropri.-tnr, to n'n!.T the
pmv of piicsU Ntti ititN'int mmi t;rt-.Mhh', fhall liart'd.
Ti CroM-iu II'iusc Of.iirihiw runs to the Depot in con-
artion witU very tBiin of t arff.
tiL'BST couvevtd to aaJ-from free of charj
Pcecmher 2S 1S.-.5.
1 Jiooclore Clapp,
Tt..,.. -'ir nt Fruits Wroceru-s. and Yaokee Notions
Principe aud H.ivaua Ci.-ars. ll.-.iu street, Fremont, O.
June ll, 1-Soa.
P. II. UliKKY, Clyde, O.,
TTl.nlu and r.4ail dealer in stniile and fancy Dry
Oocwls, ldi.s" Dress tio.Mis, shawls, rlothiiur, boots and
choes: the brtrest a-isortioent at the lowest j-.iovs.
Oyde, O, Mav 2d, litf
S. C. TCHITCHEK, PiiormmiR, Clvw, 0.
Trusty Porters in attendance to convey laififaire to and
from the Cars fre of Chara-e. A Livery Stable is attach
ed to the house, where horses an-1 c:iri iajr'-s can at all
times be had. December 29, 1S&4.
Ttr. J. "W. Fatlixc, having estaMtfli. d himself for the
parfKise of practicing Houiu-opalliy in this j.lace and vi
cinity, would respectfully announ.v to the public that his
resent arrangement will enable those desirous of avail
ine tUemselves of llnni-iltaliiie tr-stn.eut. to rrlv with
certainty upon proo-it Vti-ntien to their calls, whi-Th.T in
nr out of town. T'rK i;."ms. in Sliarn k Shomo's Block.
X. B. Dr. F. navs iiarticuiar attention to all forms of
chronic diseases.' Fremont, April 1I, 1A5.
Fashionable Earlier and Hair Dresser. Shaving or
Ehammiii!ic done at all hours. Shop in the north end
of the Crophan House.
C. G. E lton.
Physician and Surgeon, CLYDE, OHIO
I AM now daily manuf-ictnH:tir at my Confectionery, on
the corner of Front andMarket str.-ets
Candies of Every description,
and in every describable shape and pattern. All Confec
tioneries sold by me are m.-iriuf.ic!urel froui steom retined
M'hite Suyar, and not from the common N. Orleans sujrar
as are the rn-at portion of of Uie Candies sold in this lart
of the country.
Ordersfor anv amount less than 8,100 pounds ran be
filled on applic ation. TUEODOUK CLAPP.
Fremont, June 24, 185
For Sale or to Let!
A 2vEAT NEW COTTAGE HOUSE!
Full sized Lot. Terms ensv.
Fremont, April 11, IMS. lltf
LEATHER STORE iu full operation
Xew arrii-als ofall kinds of Leather at
April 11, IS), lltf, JUTCHELL'S.
COPPER, T7X, and P1IF.ET IRON' TTORK. Tfe call
the especial attention ofall wanting such work, as we
iiav particular attention to that branch of our business.
Aiguat 10, ISM. P. P. FLSSELMAX fc CO.
BRING on jour PRODUCE, and get
Goods cheap and rood, of
P. B. BEERY,
February 1,16511. Clyde, Ohio.
. Suburban Residences.
JTo Mechanics and other) in want of a home
I AH now offerinir mv Lots on the East side of the River
consisting of THREE ACRES EACH, at a
Low Price and Reasonable; Terms.
Said Lota are only sixty roda east of the Rail Road Bridge,
Jdjoimimp the ToUdo mmd Cleveland Railromd.
They are F0RTT RODS PEf.P, having a road on eael
and of them; they are in roll view of the town, affording
Tae bear frnpect ef the plan in Ike Corporation.
To those wlio have business in town,
and detnre the pririloee of partnratre for Cow . a Garden,
Potato-pitrh, Jte., tlil ia pnttH .mortvnii to tnrttsf, and
hart t CHEAP and BEAUTIFUL HOME.
Frwnont. March 7, 1856. Itt
ARRiSNS Extracts and Perfumerys for pale cheap
at f. fbiwK's.
OLD C0FFEB nd BRASS bonght hv
T. P. FCSSELMAV k 0.
FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, JULY 11, 1856.
rv -r -C-fK fix
F. R COMSTOCK,
CZ3TST 0BT VmT WX.
Sandusky City, Ohio,
v m ll,rk.t tret. Tjidies and Gentlemen's par-
manti of every variety, cleaned, and the color restored or
Sandfisky, April io, unio
JACRSOX BEERV, Proprietor.
T7ITS is anew larfre and conimnniotn House, and Is in
the immediate vicinity of the i. ijuironu. 'V';
marrert assured that no expense wU be narcd to ren.lor
their star pleasmt and agreeable.
Elmore, April J5, jsjo-
RICE &. BURNETT,
Importers and "Wholesale Dealers in
CniXA, CRCCREKY, (iLASUdiii;,
Ko. 11. Sunerioi Street, CLU tl.",
r. K. Bl'KXETT.
Cleveland, March 21, 1856.
Farm for Sale.
TITEsulBM-rilieroirerssUFARMof 76 acres, with
L For mi let nut k-tatt of tre monl,
B5 acres under Hrst rateciiiuvmioii,
anu one mnrnnnn n ... .-m.... - -
In tlio Township of Green Creok.
Said FARM is stronply fenced and almndan tV r nj?' W
with rood water; an excellent On-hanlof hrst rate i nnt,
ofall vaHeties. A pood and Bon. with all the nec
essary ImiMiiijs, sheds. rc. - ,i,r:iier
r-3 For further narticulnra enquire of the mnsmiier
Gnen Creek, Feb. 15, 1856.
i- .iit,.rf !n Thoranson township. Sen
oca cminl.v, 01iio,.and adjoining the village
of Flat ltork, conUumiiK
Ono Iliuidrrd Acres,
I ace Brtrk Honse'andont Bnildinps sufficient and conTe-
K and a pood 1 ,p Orehnrd This arm w.ir 1
.old Chean.aad on easv terms. Knouire of A. J-.Kn-Mh
J. ,i. 11 i .7., Conn v. Ohio: 0. W. Armstrong Tj.le.lo,
Ohio- or'j.T. Andrewa) Dundee, Yates County, . 1
Fremont Picture Gallery.
n . rr & Smith, resnectfnllv
I. heofoS and vicinity; thatjh,
iJ "till Vikmc those fine, chean Amhrolypes in the Booms
foerWocen, i.dhv Mr.Smith. l'ictun-Maken in toiny
or ChTu JvT.it her as well as Hear. Childr..n's Picture,
taken "-; weather in screws.' Patrons ny rest
r - i structio,,se:iven in Amhrotvpinp. Terms rea
,Lhle. Booms in Buckeye Hall Buibhncs. opposite the
Pictures on Glass.
rpHESE SPLENDID PICTURES, are
AV 1 IiES' GAIjIjEUY,
i- . -..i. vot rwl.rai anv wlre. Th. y are free from
the rr ..tie facrreosje, at the same time poss. s-
sin all tin ir p.-rlerti-ss. ....,
. t r. or netrative m.'W oi
Pictures rr moat,
. ( t ,Hn. To sum up the whole matter, they
are THE pictures of the yKS.
Fremont, Jan. 21, lSr.
It HE snoseri
ij5,--5 Ft i'.MTl'liK,
atlP cubscrilw-r has and will eon-
pthe t'st assonmem oi
i.r........ In -i-k
s3d Count v, w hich he will sell cheap aud
W ABRAXT to he nf
TTrt .ten h and will continue to keep on hand a number o)
Of diTereut si.-.es; varvioe in price and Hili
....... r.:,l...rno.,r H. r.'so has a splendid llKjUt-f.
tnatwin accoiiio-.:" ' '' - , . , ,,..!,,
lli. Sl.,m and Ware Booms are situated in Ballvme
. ' .1, .:. f.Sna .t P.ineralS-
nearlv nniKisite the llrllville Factor-.
Ballviile, May 11, l5o. luyl
JOHN- G. S1M0X.
Furniture Ware Rooms.
rv Slock ami v-pry Low Frices
J. W. STRVENSON, rnuld iTilnrm
theimUjc tliM lie hn on hfimlftiidis
the best and most extensive
Stock of Furniture Ever offered
In this place. Amonp which may be found
Sofas nml Tal.lcs,
Bureaus and Bedsteads,
Of .very variety of style, quality and price. If not on
hand, will be manufactured as desired.
iTo ;nt nwivwl an txtensi p stork of Cane. Flair. i.ni
iv.i ru uk .rri(.iui ptvli-i. which he if fi llinif
at Lfirr.r price than ever before oU'eml in tuw pjirt of
Coffin VJzre Iloom-
In Cf.nnecJl.'ii.h- al h:-s n (Vffin Wsrv Itoom, wliw wil
m-iv U Kiirotif tilitninimr eti-h n" 111.11
want, without delay. II.- hR nvcrr nic. IIKAllSE, which
wiM Jis-cmianv hi colli u w i n th t-irvU.
r-??" M:irn;f:u-tory mul W.ire Koom on Croghan street,
third building Crou Front ptrM-t.
J. V. STEVEXS0X.
Fremont, Nov. 30, 1855. vol 1. no 1. tf
Fremont Meat Market
On Front Street, opposite the Post Office.
R WILSON v CO., tiilio j.leasure in
innnrint tl-.o riti7T,! of Fnmont, that tboy hv
opened ii tiit-biiihiirs forn-rly opt-ufM-d by J. Kridlt-r,
directly 0iiHisiU- tin- Tost Oilicv, on t rm.t slrei-,
A M;it .Market,
Whire ilifj will always kc-p on Land the vcrr bestqnal
ity nf frt-hb.
Beef, Poi-k, Veal and Slntton.
Thor plf flrB tlu-mwlvop thnt nothing but a first rate ar-
U.'l'- lmu in oiiitu ny mem.
f" Mftg will be rut to unit customi-rn; and at all
tiiuefi persona will be waited upon with"t delay.
Frement. Febniary 15, IS06.
' N. B. CASH at all times paid for first
quality fat stork. 3tf R. W . & CO.
rAA BUjN DLbS AJNLI KHAMS Ot
OLI J Douhle Crown, Medium, and Common Wrapping
P A P E K .
An aiwrtmrnt of
Tea Pajor, Cap, Comincrcial Post, fcc.,
inut TVcrlred and for rale CHEAPER than at any other
ebtablishmeut in town, by
P, P. FUSSELMAN fc CO.
The highest prie paid for good Paper ltaga.
. Ilarslimau's Flour.
SUPERFINE . FLOUR,
tho Fremont market. This Flnnr is manufacturedfrom
Superior Southern White Wheat,
and will lx. -
WARRANTED TO EVERT PURCHASER.
be had at the Railroad Urpnt of
S. Z. CULVER.
Fremont, Ohio. 46tf
II VAPOR AT0RS aud Coolrrn. for Anherii-a. for rale
it eheap, by P. P. fUSSELMAS & CO
2 Days from New York! !
New Spring Goods!
Have just been received at the Store of
New and beautiful patterns for the Ladies!
BONNETS, SILKS, RIBBONS, tc.
AND THEY ARE nEIXli received EVERY DAY!!!!
Call and examine them !
Frraont, April 17, 1S6.
Songs for Freemen.
The following capital soiijr the 'Mawllaise' of our
Revolution was iranjrhy those insidp the Tribernacle, .l
the 5,000 joiniiiR in the chorus. Let this rallying son-
be nung in Ml our meetings until ictory shall abolish
the of both Finnpund talking:
TrxK The Marsellaise Hymn.
ItehnM! thefnrioni. utorm is mllinjr.
Which br!fr.Fiendj. conlVderntes, raise,
The Pnirn of VCr let Ioobp, are howling,
Andlol our infant cities blaze.
And shall we calmly view the ruin,
AVbilp lawless force with giant atridd
Spreads dcnolation fur and vide.
In guiltiestblo(Ml hU band imbruing?
Arise! Arisr ye lirave!
And hd your war-cry be
Free SjHMTh, Frvc Vrvss, Free Soil, Free Man,
Frkk-sioxt and Victon'l
Oh, Liberty! can he resign thee
Who one. has felt thy gonerons flame?
Can threat subdue, or bolts confine thee
rwbi-s thy nold" spirit tiirm-?
No! by the heavens blight Iwi.ding n'cr us!
We've ralh'tloureaMi.iinto the van
Behobl the honr Heboid the man!
Oh, wise and valiant, go before usi
Then let them shont r.&iln
Kin-rout-from fi-a to sea,
Free Sppech, Irrl'ress, Free Soil, Freelfan,
Frkk-mont and Victory t
Hurrah, hurrah! from hill and rslley.
Hurrah from prairie wide and freel
Around our glotiitusChifftnin rally,
For Kansas, and for LihkntyI
. Let him who Hrst her wilds exploring,
Her virgin beauty gave to fame,
nw save her from the curse and sbftme
Which Slavery o'er her heart is pouring.
Our Standard Rearer then
The brave Pathfinder be!"
' Free Steech. Fre l'rx ss. Free Soil, Free Sfcn,
Frvk-iio.vt and Victory!
The People are Arousing and Re-kindling
the Watch-fires of 1810!
THE RALLYING CRY IS
"FREMONT AND DAYTON!"
The Way It Goes.
Tlio R?pubIioan iross of Ohio unfurls tho
banner of Fremont aud Dayton with a will,
Ve could fill our paper with the most spir
ited extracts. Ohio will vote overwhelm
ingly for Fremont and Davton.
. , The Hardin Comity Republican says: At
a "raising'' down in Dudley Township one
dav this week, twpnty-f.mr of the neifrhliors
had assomlled. The platforms of the Ke-
publiean nod 1 ro-blaverv "U'niocraev par
ties were read aloud. A vote was called
for and twent v-three voices nsended for
Freedom and Fremont, while one "puny-
one" wont down lor J3uenai:an ana slavery.
The State Journal of Saturday sa-s a
German Fn mont Club was formed in Co
lumbus last nijiht, and adds:
Signs. We see by a new sign on tho
front of the building that the name of Iles-
senhaucr's Hall, the great headquarters of.
of tho (rermans in this city, has been chang
ed to Fremont Hall. Siijns, sometimes, as
well as straws, thow which way tho wind
The Oswego Times of Friday says : The
Pulaski Democrat, the Democratic organ
for Kastern Oswego county, refuses to go
the Buchanan ticket. Its e'ditor, MS Hatch,
was the Democratic candidate for Senator
last fall, lie has resolved he can't travel
the "downward road" any farther.
The Richmond Ia correspondent of the
Indianapolis Journal writes: At a barn
raising yesterday, forty-two persons were
present. A vote was called for, which re
sulted as follows Fremont 41, Fillmore 1,
Atrain: Last week, under similar cir
cumstances, 70 persons being present, Fre
mont got 1 0 votes, and Buchanan 0.
The largest and most enthusiastic poliii-
eal demonstration ever made on the Wa
bash came off at Lafayette since the nomi
nation of Fremont. It was a mass ineetino-
of the Freemen of the 8th Concrressional
District. The Journal estimates the num
ber present at 12,000. There were 8,000
in procession. j
The Cincinnati Commercial gives tlie
following political sign on the "ragin'l
canawl. A r Mitleiiiau ot our acquaintance:
ima-ar with the canal boatmen
it pains dining two days past to learn the
politics of those navigators bold, and has
toiind them thus tor iillmore 5, Buchan
an 4, Fremont 24
Impromtu Ratification Meeting held on!tllP
tlio receipt of the news of the nomination of i
Fremont and Davton, have evinced a spirit
enthusiasm on tho part of tho people!
far ahead of IS-tO. At Urbana, Gen. Ma-
son of Springfield, Senator Brand and oth-
ers, made rousing speeches. At Bollefon-
taine, J. M. Root and others. At Mansfield
the best feclin prevailed, and the Herald,
' . . '
ledges 300 majority for Fremont in old
Richland. Tho ratification meeting in
Newark was tho largest political gathering
in Licking for five years. Messrs. Buckin"-1
ham, Stanberrv and Humphrey addressed
the people. Mr. Stanberrv was a member
of the House of Representatives with Clay
The National Era, which as w e perceive,
is represented in some of our exchanges as
spurning the Philadelphia Republican nom
ination, comes decidedly and warmly to
their support in the last issuo. We also ob
serve nearlv even' American and Whig pa
per on our exchange list in tho interior of j
this State, has put up the flag of Fremont
and Dayton. It is evident that the mass
of voters of Pennsylvania, and probably the
whole JNorth, will soon bo arrayed in two
parties Buchanan and Breckenri.lge on the
one side, and tor r remont ana Dayton on
the other, and that tho straggle will be a
vigorous one on Uith sides there can be no
question. Pittsburg Dispatch.
The Worcester Palladium, horetoforo ono
of tho most influential democratic papers in
Massachusetts, has repudiated tho Cincin
nati platform and run up tho r remont nag.
The three American journals in New
Hampshiro tho Concord Reporter, tho
Episcopal organ of Gov. Metealf, the Man
chester American, and the Portsmouth J?ne
lot have all declared for Fremont.
The Hartford Courant tho leading or-
gan of the Is orth American party of Con-
banner to the breeze. j
Hon. Francis Granger, once, tho main pil-
of old line Silver Grey Whiggery in New
York, has declared for Fremont and Day-,
Tho Ncwarkcr Zeilunfj, the organ of tho
German population of Newark, has boldly
and unequivocally endorsed the nominations
of the Republican party, in an article occu
pying over three columns of that journal.
Tho St. Lawrence Republican, printed
at Ogdensburg, New York, formerly Free
Soil Soft Shell Democrat, has raised at the
head of its columns tho names of Fremont
and Davton and is ready to do battle in the
Out of two hundred students at Williams
College, (Mass.) all aro for Fremont, but
seventeen. . .
The Albany (X. Y.) Transcript has tak
en dow n the Fillmore and Donaldson flag
and repudiates the leaders of tho Fillmore
and Donelson faction.
The Cincinnati Commercial says: Wo
propose to give the Republican candidates
our earnest support, and think wo have giv
en and are yet able to give abundant and ex
cellent reasons for so doing.
There is nothing about which we are so
impatient as this babble about Fremont.
Not a doubt of it. The entire pro-Slavery
party of tho' Union participate in this
feeling. But the freemen of tho nation
havo taken up the "babble" of "Free
Speech, Fkek Kansas and Fremont;"' and
it w ill roll on and increase till he is elected
resident of tho United States. State
Every mail brings intelligence of papers
and prominent men of tlie Democratic par
ty going over to the R-'publican side; but
we have yet to hear of the first desertion
from the Republican ranks. Isn't this a
sign of the "way of the wind V
Mr. B. Eggleston, the Fillmore nominee
for the office of Member of the Board of
Public Works, has published a lettrr in
which he respectfully declines being a can
didate for said office. - We believe tho en
tire Fillmore State Ticket is now out of tho
Tho Cincinnati Commercial of the 3d
says : A vote was taken in a manufactur
ing establishment on Front St. in this city,
tho other day, where there were sixty hands
fifty-eight Germans and two Americans
and tho vote stood : Fremont 60, Bu
The Ratification meeting in old Richland
was a spirited affair. Among tho speakers
were two lawyers named Smith, who have
until recently acted with the Slave Democ
racy, but who announced their determina
tion to support Fremont. Fremont's ma
jority m old Kichlani! will not fall tar short
of 1,000. So say tho well posted.
The Fort Wayne (Ind.) Times, hereto
fore a Fillmore paer, has taken down Fill
more and hoisted Fremont. . -
The Seioto Valley Republican, a neutral
paper, published at Portsmouth, Ohio, has
hoisted the flag of Fremont and Dayton.
The Unsere Welt, a German Democratic
paper published at Erie, Pa., refuses abso
lutely to support Buchanan, aud repudiates
the Cincinnati platform. , , .
The Crawford (Pa.) Journal says: Our
own county is sound to tlio core. Crawford
will give a majority that will astonish both
friends and fies at tho coming election.
There's scarcely enough Buchanan men left,
beyond tho precincts of our borough, to
make a show of opposition; and even hero
they arc diminishing daily.
A dispatch from Hartford.Conn., 3d, says :
An immense meeting hero is now ratifying
the nomination of Fremont. The enthusi
asm is unbounded. The news of tho reeon
sideratiou of the Kansas bilL is received
The New York Sun savs that Mr. Buch
anan is a "ripe statesman." Prentico says
he is a good deal too ripe so ripe as to do
Fremont in Philadelphia.
Union, the following prizes :
ou it, aaapieu to any gooa air ior popu
and ':lr singing.
An native yours: railroad friend, in the
city of Brotherly Love, semis us two spirited
songs sting there by tho Fremont and Day
ton Glee Club, and an advertisement of the
Republican Association of Philadelphia, of
fering to tho lyrists of liberty throughout
-no tor tho best llhrLbLICAA
?iot tor tlie second best.
SoO for tho third.
Tho songs to bo mailed by the 15th of
ny, aud tho prizes awarded by a commit-
tf0 ot literary gentlemen in Boston,
TaT -r 1 1 t-il Mill y-i A 1
-Low 10IK ana rimaaeipma. uur meiul
lve a very large Fremont Club.
representing the whole city, bast night,
th! 12th " ard took tho initiatory, steps to-
wards forming a Fremont Club, and they
were agreeably surprised. At tho first
meeting nearly two hundred men signed
Three German papers in this city have
come out in favor of Fremont, and almost
the entire German population are out for
him. Tho Germans have Clubs formed in
almost every Ward. They call them the
German Republican Fremont Associations."
the three oi.position papers of Wash-necticut-swingstheJroinout
j,- Com)t ?ame St;llP) and
Co In(eH;ncnccri an olJ linp Whig
paper, enthusiastically endorse tho nomin
lar at;nn ot- Fremont and Dayton. Indiana
;m, Washington Counties will protest in
thunder tones, against tho aggressions of
The Fremont and Dayton" meeting held
in Cincinnati, Monday evening, was another
spontaneous gathering of tho masses of that
city. No canon thundered no music creat
ed a traneient excitement, no rockets gleam
ed through the air, but Chase was there,
and tho people assembled to tho number of
4,000, prompted bj" tho impulses of their
own hearts. Our Governor was greeted
with repeated cheers of welcome ; he spoke
eloquently of Fremont and Dayton, char
acterizing tlio former as "A man who nev
er says a thing ho don't mean, and never
promises a thing he don't perform." Judge
Stallo followed Mr. Chase and made a
telling speech. San. Reg.
Tho two American papers in Indiana
n.intx- Pinii tha T?oTnl .lienn nnnnr fif tt,
tho slave-power of the laud, and will roll up
tremendous majorities for Freedom.
Judge Hoadley and Fremont.
Ono of tho most boyish looking men iu
tho Philadelphia Convention, . was Judge
Hoadlcy, of Cincinnati, though but fow
men iu that ablo body more distinctly made
their mark. An old school Democrat, the
warm personal political friend of Governor
Chase, when that gentleman was withdrawn
he promptly threw off his coat and worked
w ith a will for Freedom and Fremont. He
had seen tho young Pathfinder in New
York, and he just filled the standard meas
ure of the enthusiastic Buckoye. Mr. II.
rallied and led the friends of Gov. Chase
to the support of Fhemont, and his short
speeches and hits told with fine effect.- He
promised to stump every school district for
the ticket in Old Hamilton, and that she
should be redeemed. He has gone to work
in earnest, anil tho Young Men of Ohio
will have no abler and truer champion in
the comimg contest than Judge Hoadley.
At the recent ratification meeting iu Cin
cinnati, lie said: Che. Herald.
At the Philadelphia Convention, I pledg
ed Ohio to give tho Republican ticket a
majority of ono hundred thousand shall
it be done ! The multitude, as ono voice,
responded "Yes!" You gave Judge Swan
a majority of seventy -seven thousand, and
twenty-three thousand can be easily
up shall it oe done ? "les, again respon
ded tho assembled voters. Robert Emmet,
the Chairman of the Philadelphia Conven
tion, says that we are a party of "isms" all
combined into one ism, which is Patriotism.
Tho Democrats declare that wo go in for
fusion; I am for Fusion the Fusion of one
man with one woman of Col. Fremont
with Jessie Benton, but not for the fusion of
celibacy with polygamy, of James Buchan
an with Brigham Young! Wc don't want
a Shaker President! This fall we want an
election four years ago wo had no election
for nothing was elected, for Frank Pierce
has boon no President! They say we ride
a "wooly horso" well, if wo do wo are
sure of one thing, and that is, he can run.
They give us many Dames, but wo can
triumph under any appellation and one
namo they never can give us whilst James
Buchanan lives, tlie name of Federalist!
When C!. Fremont went out to California
and found the State revolutionized, he led
on the Freemen under a banner on which
was a white bear, under it conquered and
made that far West State tho homo of free
dom; and now with tho White Bear of tho
North, wo will grasp tho Black Bear of
Slavery. Wo hear a great deal about old
"Buck" I like a real buck, but not a buck
in name only. I liko a buck standing
proudly by tho side of his doe, but don't
like one wi tli tho donah iu his face! At
Philadelphia, we inaugurated tho party of
"Young America'' not tho Young Amer
ica led on by Souls and others of that class
of filibusters, but that which can grapple
with material difficulties which can build
a raiiroad across our domain to the Pacific,
and will not fear to undertake to dig out the
St. Clair Flats, or t'o remove obstructions
from the channel at St. Louis. And this
party of Young America, with Fremont at
its head will win in tho courso that is now
The Louisville Journal on Buchanan.
Prentice's paper is waging war on the
Democratic nomiuee,and the Cincinnati plat
form candidate's prospects in Kentucky aro
becoming sadly shattered thereby, Tho
editor evidently is posted in precedents and
history, and ho rakes up old things with as
little mercy as he rakes down Sumner's "Ab
olition" speech. It seizes upon young
Buck's "indiscretion'' in being ono of a
Commitlo that reported resolutions so
strongly Anti-Slavery that tho South could
not abide by them and fastens them by iu-
dulntahle testimony upon the candidate who
now declares that Congress has no right to
legislate upon th" question of Slavery in the
Territories. This expose will have no little
weight in weakening Buchanan's forco in
- The Journal follows up its chase of the
game and recurs to tho declaration made
by Buchanan; that "if he had ono drop of
Democratic blood in his veins ho would let
it out," It says :
We have heard of annmberof gentlemen
in various parts of the country, and wo be
lieve one of them is now a resident of Louis
ville, who were present and heard the speech
iu which, to curry favor with the Federalists,
who were begining to show some reluctance
to re-elect him to Congress, Mr. Buchanan
did declaro that "he thanked his God he
was not a Democrat if he believed ho had
a drop of Democratic blood in his veins he
would open them and lot it out." Tho Sag
Nichts had better give it up and undertake
the impraetible task of finding apoligies for
the many errors and yonthful indisci-ettons
of Ten-Cent Jimmy. They only placo him
in still more redicnlous attitudes. They
had better acknowledge at once that they
nro mistaken iu their candidate, and, as
Banks said of the Union, "lot her slide."
With such reception as this "Old Buck"
will get bucked oft tho Broken-ridgo without
the least hope of its being ablo to repair
damages elsewhere. Kentucky gone for
1' llimoro or somebody else than Buchanan
his prospect for election, is dark indeed.
There is an Arab proverb that no man can
bo called great, until ho has either "written
a book, built a house, or begotten a son."
The nominee has done neither, nnd being
past his seventieth year, it is in vain to hopo
that ho will merit tho appellation, Buck
Tho uprising of the people in the North
for Free Kansas and Fremont, is having a
decidedly beneficial result upon tho Anti
Nebraska members of the IIouso of Repre
sentatives. "H. G." writes to tho Tribune,
that never before were such majorities giv
en there on the side of Freedom as at the
present time, while the Kansas discussion
proceeds. Tht admission of Free Kansas
is reduced quite to a certainty. Messrs.
Haven, Dunn, S-tt, Harrison, Whitney,
Volk, and Wheeler, all elected as Anti-Ne
braska mon, oppose its admission. San.
From the National Era.
All Uafl to Fmnont! Sn-elitlirlortTactlnim!
Likewiuri? from the nKmntiina. like prnirii'a aflame! .
Oiiv m.'Tf thv P.-ithdn.liT ia forth on hi hunt.
Clear the ay for Kmc Soil, Free Men and Fremont.
We'll spnm ercrv frttor, we'll hronk every rod,
And Kanwia Rlmll bloom like th truroVn ofOo.1,
When we plant the white tanner of Freedom uimu't,.
And cry, "To the rescue, Frew ilea and Fremont!"
Oh! the land that we lore ha!l he aarred from tlarea.
From the trrait mi.rule and the plunder of knarea;
V'e'll baptin'the Union in Liljert. 'a Tout,
And the faith of our Withers ttalf lire with Fremont!
Oo. heave monntni'ii elimlwr, lead on in the path
Where the Peoj.le shall cwe.-p in the ptorm of tli.'lr wrath,
Who uliall hinder their triumph, if (loo so appoint?
Who stay the hold march of Free Men and Fremont?
ThrnF.ist, We'd and North. fw(-!1 the lofty aeeliira.
l.i'se winds from the rnonnt:.in, like pntirieit aniunet
t'lenr the wnv! the Pitlitinder mnvea on in our font.
And our hearts shall keep time to the march of Fremont!
From the National Era. SHALL A MAN BE CATHOLIC AGAINST
From the Independent.
Political heats are ajit to hatch out false
hoods as tropical heats do venomous insects.
But Christian men should be especially
eai-ful that they do not countenance or prop
agate such falsehoods.
At this time many newspapers recklessly
charge Col. Fremont with being a Roman
Catholic Though it has been . authorita
tively contradicted, it still continues to bo
asserted, and in very positive and impudent
forms. . ' ......
Wo have taken pains to inform ourselves
in tins matter, nn-1 now .stiite tr, tho T'lirr-
rolledm;.ln public the simple trath, that good men.
at least, may cease to bear false witness.
. Col. Fremont was blessed w ith a mother
of devoted piety. She was a member of
the Episcopal Church, St. Philip's, Charles
ton, S. C, and reared her son in her own
faith. Indeed, until ho was fourteen, Col.
i remont was educated in the hope and ex-
pectation that he would become an Episco -
pal minister. At sixteen, ho was confirmed
in the Episcopal Church, and has ever since,
when within reach of the churcli, been an
attendant and communicant And since
his temporary sojourn in New York, he has
boon an attendant at Dr. Anthon's church,
until recently; and now ho worships at
Grace Church. Mrs. Fremont was reared
strictly in tho Presbyterian church, and uni
ted with tho Episcopal church upon her
marriage wJi Col. Fremont Their -children
have been baptized in the Episcopal
church. It is said that a daughter has been
sent to-a Catholic institution for education.
So far from it she has never been sent
away from home at all, but has been edu
cated by her own mother.
It is well known that Mrs. Fremont is the
daughter of Col Benton, and that, at tho
the time, her father was opposed to her
ted several Protestant clergymen to pre-1
form the marriage cercmoov, but on account
of Col. Benton's opposition to it, they were
unwilling to do it. A female, friend, in
this exigency, said she could find a clergy
man who would aid without fear, and
brought in a Catholic clergyman, who mar
ried them. Liko a true lover and gallant
man, Fremont said that he did not caro icho
did it, so that it was done quick and strong.
Had wo been in CoL Fremont's place, we
would have been married if it had required
us to walk through a row of priests and
bishops as long as from Washington to
Rome, winding up with the Pope himself.
. Is it not ludicrous to see a class of citizens
so terribly frightened at tho spread of Cath
olicism, and dreading the evils of Papacy
above all things, seizing a quiet Protestant
gentleman, and insist upon it that he shall
be a Catholic ? In vain he struggles and
protests; Catholic ho shall be, whether ho
will or not ! "But gentlemen, I do not be
lieve in the doctrines; I was reared by a
Protestant mother, in a Protestant church ;
have married a Protestant wife ; my children
havo had Protestant baptism ; we and they
attend Protestant worship, and we are both
by education and conviction, Protestants.
You must excuse us, but wo cannot be
Catholics." Tho eager gentleman will not
bo baffled. "You shall be Catholics; you
aro Catholics; we will have you Catholics;
all that you say my bo true in some myste
rious manner; you are Catholics and wo will
have it so!" Poor Col. Fremont We do
not seo how ho will get over it! These
terrible Protestants of The Express are
out with sword and pen, determined that
he shall bo a Catholic! Henry Ward
Still They Come.
The Albany Transcript, heretofore a Fill
more and Donaldson paper has taken down
that flag and goes for Fremont The Con
cord, N. H., Reporter, Manchester Ameri
can and Portsmouth Ballot, all American
papers of New Hampshire, are out for Fre
mont. lnejNewarii (JN. J..) .elunn, a
German Democratic paper, goes for Fre
mont The Lausingburg Democrat and the
Madison County Refector, both Democrat
ic papers, repudiate Buchanan and go for
Fremont. The Lewiston (Mifflin County,
Pa.,) Gazette, heretofore a Fillmore paper,
has taken down that flag and goes for Fre
mont The Blair County Pa., Whig, the
Beaver Pa., Argus, Crawford County, Pa.,
Jovrnul, all hoist tho Fremont flag. The
Boston Journal, formerly an American pa
per, with tho largest circulation of any pa
per in Massachusetts, goes for Fremont
The New Bedford Mercury, last year a
strict Whig paper is now for Fremont
Tho Deleware County, Pennsylvania, Re
publican, an old lino Whig paper, and the
Lancaster Independent U hi', an Ameri
can paper, are both out for Fremont The
V hig savs that Lancaster county, instead
of giving 6,000 majority for Buchanan as
asserted, by the Democratic papers, will be
certain to give 3,000 majority against him.
The Nomination. James Buchanan has
been nominated for the Presidency by a
Convention that unanimously endorsed the
policy of Douglas. What more does the
North want to know. Dayton Gazette.
Stir the Soil to Keep It Moist.
The dryer tho weather is the greater tho
necessity for plowing, and otherwise stirring
the soil about garden and field crops
Keep tho soil loose and it will absorb mois
ture readily from the atmosphere, and re
tain it. If allowed to remain hard, it will
do neither. Ohio Farmer.
DELIVERED BEFORE THE WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION OF LANCASTER,
ON THE 4TH OF JULY, 1815.
BY JAMES BUCHANAN, ESQ.
(CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK.)
HIS IDEA OF DEMOCRATIC DUPLICITY IN REGARD
- Besides, if the existence of the orders ii
council had been its true cause, after their
repeal, our country would have accepted the'
olive branch which was olfcred by England.1"
What then was the cause ! Tho one for
which we profess to draw tho sword anX
risk our all. was to determine an abstractj
question of tho law -of nations, concerning,
which, an opinion difierect from that of our
administration, was held by all Europe..,
To decide whether a man can expatriata.
himself or not. In the decision of thi
question our administration pretended tx
reel a deep interest. THE GREATEST
PART of THESE F0REIGNEN3, WHO
WOULD BE AFFECTED BY IT, HAD
LONG BEEN THEIR EARNEST '
FRIENDS, THEY HAD BEEN ONE or
THE GREAT MEANS. OF ELEVA
TING THE PRESENT (DEMOCRAT-'
EC RULING PARTY, AND IT WOULD.
HAVE BEEN UNGRATEFUL FOR
THAT PARTY TO HAVE ABANDON,
ED. THEM ?
OB SAYS FOKBIGS IJfFLUEXCK CO"TBCi.8 TBS
- ADMINI3TKAII0S. " : .N'i
Superficial observers may suppose this UP
havo been the real source of tho war, but
whoever will carefully and impartially ox
arniue tho history of our country, will Cwr
its true origin to have been far diifrroni.
It took its rise from the orertchtming par
tiality tchich the democratic party have uni
, formally shown for France, and the conse
quent hatred which they felt against her
great adversary England. To secure thi
Foreign Influence lias been tho labor of
their leaders for more than twelve "years
and well have they lcen repaid for their
trouble, for it has Wen one of the principle
causes of introducing and continuing them,
in power. Immediately before the . war,
THIS FOREIGN, INFLUENCE HAD
COMPLETELY EMBODIED ITSELF,
WITH EVERYPOLITICAL FEELING
OF A MAJORITY OF THE PFOPLE.
PARTICULARLY IN THE WEST, ITS
VOICE WAS HEARD SO LOUD At
THE SEAT OF GOVERNMENT,."'
the President was obliged to yield to its
dictates or retire from office. The choice
in this alternative wasi easily made by
man (Madison) WHO PREFERRED IBS,
PRIVATE INTEREST TO THE PUB-.
L1C GOOD ! We were, therefore, hurritcL,
into war entirely unprepared. .. ,.
THE ADMINISTRATION CONQUERS A DISGRACEFUL
What has been its result? Exactly what
reasonable men expected at its commence-'
ment We declared our intention of con
quering Canada; whether for the purpose
o annexing to the United States or of
compelling our enemy to yield tho doctrin
of imprisonment is immaterial to tho pres
ent question. Instead of conquering it, we '
have ourselves been invaded in every quar
ter, and the best blood of our country ha'
streamed in defence of our soil. The veryi
capitol of the United States, the lofty tem
ple of liberty, which was reared and conse-
cratefj t,y Washington, has been abandoned
to its fate by his degenerated successor (Mad
ison,) who ought to have shed every drop-
or blood in its defence. - ' ;
After the (Democratic) administration
had entered upon the war, instead of com
ing forward with manly confidence, and taxi
ing the people for its support, they basely
shrunk from their duly in order to main-'
tain their popularity, and adopted the odi
ous system of carrying on the contest by
borrowing money. What were tho ef
fects of this policy ? Does not every man
in the country know, was it even disguised
by tho administration, that the United
States would, in a short time, have become
bank rapt, bad not peace been concluded f
Thanks to Heaven, that wo have obtained
peace, bad and disgraceful as it is; other-'
wise tlie beautiful structure of the federal
government SUPPORTED BY. THE
SAME FEEBLE HANDS, might hav
sunk, liko tho Capitol, into ruin.
HOW DEMOCRACY EMBARRASSED THE
This system of anticipating our revenuo
has left an immense load of debt upon the
country, tho payment of which will be a
grievious burden, not only upon the present
generation, but upon posterity. This bur
den has fallen more heavily upon our coun
try than upon any other part of tho Union;'
on account of our numerous and extensive
distilleries.. The late additional duties im
posed upon whisky has almost destroyed
its manufacture. In its consequence it has
not only affected the distillers, but it has
given a severe blow upon tho prosperity of
this country generally.
Whilst the distilleries were in active ope
ration, the cattle and gram found a ready
market at home. The balance of trade
was rapidly diffusing itself throughout our
countrv. But Congress, by imposing & t3X.
upon the article more grievous than it was
able to bear, havo destroyed the very reve
nue which they intended to raise. This
instance among others of a similar natiir.
SHOW HOW TOTALLY DESTITUTE
ARE OUR PRESENT RULERS OF.'
WISDOM AND FORESIGHT, even upon
subjects immediately regarding the pecuni
ary interest of the Government. ., ,a
These are not the only evils consequent
upon that timid and time-surving policy.
It has embarrassed tho government so
much, that it must bo a long time indeed
before wo can dare again to go to war with,
any powerful nation, even for the mainten
ance of our dearest rights. ; All these evil3
would in a great measure, havo been pre--vented
by sufficient independence in the
administration, to havo imposed moderate)
taxes at the commencement of the contest
The credit of the nation would then have
continued good, and wo might have avoided
the painful spectacle of 60iing the pubho
stock sold in the market, at an enormous
discount and greedy speculators enriching. '
themselves by its purchase, at the expense
of tho toil and sweat of tho honest yeo-
manry of our country.
lDstcad of exempting seamen sailing un
der our flag from impressment by war, we
havo altogether relinquished that principle ;
because it is a well established truth in the.
law of nations that if war be waged by
one country against another, for a specified
laim, and the treaty which terminated the
contest is silent upon that object it is for
ever abandoned. Thus tho Government
have at least yielded the very point fat the
maintenance of which they professed to go
to war, after having expended nearly two
hundred million dollars. - . . .
We havo not only not obtained by the
war anything which we were taught to ex
pect but we havo lost many valuable privi
leges. All tho numerous rights and advan
tages guarantied to us by Jay's treaty ta-cv