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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 14 February 1873

THE JOURNAL VCS.12Z KT SAKJUSgCO.. CHIP. FRIDAY, February 14, 1873. Towxub cccxn Hattehs. Readables. We iU hav a new bridge. Akroa had a flood last wetk Beware of human counterfoil. The; hang iaseutluirio in iliffijur!. Druiki were nameroat Ust Saturday. Toledo will neeer be happy any more. The third ward is a melodiou precinct. Do yoa think the ice will harm the bridge? A. number of strangers are visiting the city. Attica, Saneca ooonty, is a Terr wicked place. - A religious revival is In progress at Ply- month. Kiss Cina Smith is heme from Springfield oa a visit There wss a show in town e couple of nights teat week. A military couij.any is being organiied is Mansfield. The editor of the Oak Harbor Eipomnl is a Datch poet. Eoe-keepers meeting at Lindsey, next Wednesday. Several exciting runaways haven't occurred the past week. Henry Ward Beecher lectures In Toledo r-u the 4th of March, Judge F. A. Jones, of Toledo, died on Sat- uday of Ust week. Nasbr told all about Hinnah Jine, at...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 14 February 1873

H I CD AHiI H. K. ivn RTTOES. HATS WMch were bought for cash, and will wri,. rt r.f tr, 5i nWnTrt ? Ff v-TTnTi i" -fit- -iM -Lib) V 'pfifll f V A0 IMAV flj VAa-J w ww- ' r Shoes for Ladies, Misses and Children. Every pair warranted. While our neighbors are marking no Tents to nay. Call and be convinced that yoa can save 25 per cent Hats and Caps, &c, of H. E. SHOMO. y Bemember the Place, Next Door to the Post-Office. C3 I I f rvl V J I I I V :o:- Ja. TP SHOMO is now opening his immense AND CAPS. GLOVES, ItOBES, be sold 25 per cent cheaper than TAiifU Itnbber Root for Men and up then- goods to pay big rents, 0;p:o.ocaL 'Cft. H IPCS' CD IS 2 stock of LEATHER AND FINDINGS, any other house in SanJuskj County Bora, and the renowned tJ. T. K. Fine wc are marking ours down , a3 wc hav by purchasing your Boots and Shoes, H. R. SHOMO. This Cut inurtntet ths mtnrnrof Utfor I PIERCE'S Fountain Xasal Injector, OR DOUCHE Tbii mstrameiit is especially designed for tb perfect application of mt...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 21 February 1873

FREUCNT WEEKLY JOURNAL. rUBUSHED EVXEY FEIDAY, BY A. H. BALSLEY. ti:rws OF THE JOURNAL; In rfvftn(-J.. - - $2.00 V'ilC JWMt ' Six month, Three months, - - EVERT VARIETY OF JOB. PBINTINO KEATLY AM) QUICKLY DONE. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. LEGAL. J.JLLEMOS. A. . TRK H t puunv VRVVfTH. TTOHVEY3 AT LAW AND GENERAL AAUHMti-iui, r Fremont, cm Mr. Lemmon will be in h office "Jf Thursday of each week. Prompt attenuuu t, TrCT?ciT ft R AltTLETT, - . wwvDx-x-v tt AW. "VThitrV Block, comer of ' J.T.GAJbWEB, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio, offers his professional services to U requiring legal huineWdone in anv of the Courts of Sandusky OoumT will also attend to the collection of claims. Office in Tyler's Block, on Croghan street. J. Lv. GREENE, Sss. TTOP.VEY AXT) COrrsSKLLOK Ai L will attend to leral buHiness in Sandusky and will eiiena w ""- , sdjoininjE counties Onicc, comer room, nr. stairs, '1 liar's HtOCK. ' R. T. lCcaXAKD. H. EVERETT. JAB. It. FOWlJie. BHCKLAND, EVERETT A FOWLER. ATTORNEYS ACT CO...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 21 February 1873

THE JOURNAL. A. H.EALSLET, Editor. E-KEMONT. OHIO. FRIDAY, February '2 1, 1813. Thk "Erie" has declared a divi dend of 3 1-2 per cent, Wall Street is astonished. What next? Read the opinion of George Thompson on Anna E. Dickinson, and then go and hear her lectnre, on Maxell 20th. President Grant it i announced will start on his Southern tour on the 29th of next month, accompanied by his cabinet. Extensive prepara tions are being made to give hiin an enthusiastic reception. Senator Haklan's case docs not improve with investigation. The fact of -$10,000 of Dnrant's money being used to secure his election, has been admitted, and it is not at probable that anj- "friend" would invest so largely without expectation or remuneration or reward in some way. Tex Mononzahela river raised very rapidly on the nightof the 16th, owing to recent rains, and a number of coal barges broke from their fas tenings at Pittsburg, and were car nea away. A number of men were OA the barges when they broke loos...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 21 February 1873

THE JOURNAL. r&raoNTBAiroqsKT co.. oeio. . FRIDAY, February 21, 1873. .Tmaxd Coixty Hatters Readables. Court u slid ia seBtion. Tree agents are on the war path. Baker brs snored his pump shop. . . look out fcr muddy roads this spring. And still no medicine man sppeareth. The Perry tburg poetess has had a vision. ' Kational Hall at Tifiiu, ii to be improTed. The past winter has been very hard on bees. The squeal ol dying porker's has died away. Bine Jays might have ventured out this week. Charley Rice started back to New York, on Tuesday Jnhn IT Wi mernhant atFindlay, died - last week. An eighteen year old dog died at Painesville list week. Mr. T. H. Buahis quite sick with fever some kind. of Remember the farmer's meeting at Union hall, to-day. There was no servico at the court house, last Sunday. The morality of dancing is being discussed in Wanseon. Sanire Jones, of Riley township, died on Sinday last I. E. Amsden is patting new machinory into his mil). The weather. Sunday, was...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 21 February 1873

CD XL ID ID in? yfbiizmk BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS Which were bcuaht for cash, end will We have the agency of the Canda Rubber Boot, for Men and Boys, and the renowned U. T. K. Fine 133 OD-CDIS: H. E. SHOMO is sow opening his immense AND CAPS, GLOVES, ROBES, be sold 25 per cent cheaper than Opened M o' S stock of LEATHER AND FINDINGS, any other house in Sandusky County Shoes for Ladies, Misses and Children. While our neighbors are marking up their goods to pay big rents, we aremarking ours down, as we have no rents to pay. Call and be convinced that yon can save 25 per cent by purchasing your Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, dec., of H. R. SIIOMO. Remember the Place, Next Every pair warranted. . Duor to the Post-Office. H. R. SHOMO. rP!StSSEASE50rrw " la the wonderful medicine to which tfaa afflicted are above pointed for relief, the dis coverer believe) bo has combined in harmony tors of Nature's most sovereipi cnrtive prop erties, which God has instilled into tho vege table kingdom for...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 28 February 1873

FRE'ICNT WEEKLY JOURNAL PUELISHED ETEET FRIDAY, BY A. II. I3ALSLE"V Cefe fur Job Zd d Afcrt&g fcfe di TEKilS OF THE JOURNAL; One year, in adunoe, - - - -fll months, " Three months, ------ $2.00 1.00 SO EVERY VARIETY OF JOB J' H I X T I ' a NEATLY AND QVICKLY DOXE. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. LEGAL. J unoS. B. TRENCH. LEMMON & FRENCH, TTOTETS AT LAW A1 GENERAL A AGENTS, CLYDE, OHIO. Air. Lemmon will be in bi office at Et-emont, on Thnnwavof each week. Prompt attention gen to ait lepu business. JOSEPH B. BAEXLElT, TTORXEY AT LAW, WhiteVBlock, corner of A Front and Cmrlian strew, prompt mUM to tl,e collectum of clsims and all business p.Ttainin2 to tlie general law prscuie. Fremont, March 1, IS.- J. T. GAEVEK, ATTORVEY AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio, offers hi pro'tesioual services to aU requiring : legal biirine d,neia any of the Courts or bandnsky f",,,. ill also attend to the collection of claims. Office in Tj ler's Biock, on Croghan street. J. L. GKEEXE, Sex. ATTORVEY AXD COUKSELL0R AT LAW,...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 28 February 1873

THE JOURNAL. A.H.BALSLEY, Editor. FKEMONT . OHIO. FHIB1Y-, February 2MS13. Tee Democrats of Connecticut have nominated Charles R. Ingersoll for Governor. Read what the Golden Age fays of Anna Dickinson, and then go t" her, March 20th. The ToleoCoMiercial a'11 1:h(lc have transferred their disputes from water works to wn riSht?- The Senato Committee on Patents has refused an extension to the Goodyear Hard Rubber Patent. This news will delight dentals and a great many others. Now let them refuse extension to all bewing ma chine patents. Senator Caldwell will probably retain his seat the Democracy not being willing to vote for his expulsion as that would invade their State rights dogma, and very many Sena tors do not regard it as established that his legislative bribery was suf ficient to vitiate his election. Senator Carpenter has introduc ed a bill providing for a new election in Louisiana to take place on the second Tuesday in May next. It provides for a new registration, and reffis...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 28 February 1873

THE ; JQUgNALj rSXKONT BAJTSUSKT CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, February 28, 18 1 3. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. Readables. Kiraiiiro thing happen in Clyde Tiftin has a public reading room. There is bo small-pox in this city. George Daua hat panvpkins nearly ripe. Blue-Jays had a sei-back this last week. A. M. Collins ia lecturhiR in Allen comity. A new carriage factory if to be started soon. Gen. W. H. Gibson was In the city on Tuesday. There ia a prospect of having winter all the spring. It ia not to certain that we will have a new bridge. Sheep killinc has commenced Ib Hancock coun ty. Wilson baa invented an invisible trap for burg lars. There i something resting on Judje lti-mnbrg' mind. Tlffli. iui F..tnrii are now nnitwi bv the. iron hand. Bcllcvue is to he diiided into two voting pre- cincta. The nuS-tkor' society i increasing it mem bership. Sunday was hp routs. had liny for bnds and youn; There is a good time of cleaning atrecta coming s line time. A Saving' Loiin Association has been org...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 28 February 1873

li" r.Oaiiiipaisrri Opened ort Yl h - :r - S H o M O 7 s Mir 1:1 :! ' i tpttmi j J Li- ' ;' - H. B. SOOTS AND SHOES, HATS fliich were bouahl for cash, and will We have the agency of the Canda Rubber Boot, for Men and Boys, and the renowned U. T. K. Fine f hoes foVXadics, Misses and Children. Every pair warranted. " "7hile our 'neighbors are marking up their goods to pay big rents, we are marking ours down, as we have Bo rents to pay. Call and be convinced that you can save 25 per cent by purchasing your Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, &c of H. B. SHOMO. - 5T Remember the Place, Next Door to the Post-Office. H. R. SHOMO. .rt. OAPd.; j HOOTS j I ami 5 axiiyxio :3 1 SHOMO ia now opening his immense AND CAPS, GLOVES, ROBES, be sold 25 per cent cheaper than v 'X' -- !:. 56 -a stock of LEATHER AND FINDINGS, any other house in Sandusky County ) PE.IHSA : - 4. Q Q O , . v - J s. -600 vA 'Or TmMclesfcCoated, Concentrated, Boot l and t Herbal Juice, Antl- Bilicna Grannie. THE "LITTLE GIA!...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 7 March 1873

FREI'QNT WEEKLY JOURNAL, PUBLISHED ' EvrJRY FKIDAY,. BY A. II. BALSLEY. CiB IcrTcb v:ci d Afcriisig k'ade fcsSsij. TEKilS OF TTTE JOrRSAL; One !r, i" sdvsiiw, -" - '- - - Six months, 1.00 Three months, ------ SO V r EVERY VAKIETY tF .to w i' nixTi n ; i JvEATLY AXD O.UCKXY DONE. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. LEGAL. j. w. Linos. .. toko". LEMMON & FEENCH. 1 rTi"fm AT LAW ANTJ GENERAL i Al-tSTh, CLYDE. OHIO. Mr. 5 x-mraon wui be in his ol.', e at on J Thu- -.vr., each week. Prompt attention given to ah rfsl boning. JOSEPH B. BABXEETT. A-ttyvrvw AT I W, White Block, corner of tlveM?tSoo bn,,ne rVrtainin to tbe gwi . P-1-1 Fremont, March . jTt. gabveh, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio, offer fan proicoBional erric to all requiring legal buunw done in nv of tba Courts of Sandusky Ooniitv; will also atusud to the collection of claims. OlBop u Tyler' Block, on C'roghan street. J. L. GBEEXE, 8ra. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, will attend to leiral business in Sandusky and adjoining conntice, Offi...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 7 March 1873

THE JOURNAL. A . H . 3A.LSL3T, Editor. j-BEMONT, OHIO. FRIDAY, march 7, IS73. MASS CONVENTION. The Repoblicajis of 8anduky County are asked to come together at the Club Room, in Fremont, at half part two o'clock, P. M., SatOTdari March 15l 1873 to choose a candidate for Member of the Constitu tional Convention. Let the attendance be Urge. By order CENTRAL COMMITTEE.. The debt statement for February BhoffS a decrease of 5,277,8S0. This is cheering news and the indi cations are that the decrease will be continued monthly- Gen. Buckxand having been men tioned by numerous papers as a can didate for President of the Ohio Ag ricultural College, we arc authorized to say he is not a candidate. Tee Ions threatened collision of the Warmbth-McEnery and Kellogg governments, in Louisiana, occurred on the evening of the 5th inst. We publish an account of the fight in another column. The Secretary ol the Treasury has authorized the sale of 16,000,000 of coin during the present month and the purcha...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 7 March 1873

THE JOURNAL. FREMONT CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, March 7, 1873. Townxa Ccuxty Matteus. Readables. E jgi are getting ptentier. And still the Ice King reigueth. Venerated wood-chuck depart in peace. Sale bills printed at short notice at this oj flw. ' . A paper kas beoa started at Westorvil'e, Ohio. 1 ? Oar local has been sick the past week, bat it convalescing. Tiffin Shoe Works, employs 35 bands and turns out 100 pairs of shoes per day. Trot Richards is the best Scientific lectur er in the country. Oo and hear him. a k- k.i; r, YVtor Van Kest at Tiffin. w drntmred br fire on the 28th Lake eounty furnish, one-hundred grafters ti the stock now perambulating J' Oar friend John K. HeSner has taken nnto . ur nartner. We extend our con. A fetter addressed to Krs. Seville E. Far- - f Fremont, is -held for postage " at Bu. PerrTibureh. The hooae-eieaning season approaches, but it would be we'd to wait nntil the ground-hog Jars are orer. j. B. fligbee & Co, whoee warehouse was burned down at Clyd...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 7 March 1873

H- FR XD XD ill j '! ! ' ' Ptf '.. I H ii' SHOMO. I H v I t- iif ana ps F'-S!,' - H. E. SHOMO is now opening his immense stock of BOOTS AND SHOES, SATS AND CAPS, GLOVES, ROBES, LEATHER AND FINDINGS, WTiich were bought for cash, 'and will be sold 25 per cent cheaper than any other house in Sandusky County. . v r v rv, t?v.w TWi. im- Men and Bovs. and the renowned U. T. K. Fine e nave tne agcuv v mo Shoes' for Ladies, Misses and Children. While our neighbors are marking to Dav. Call and be convinced that you can save 25 per cent Hats and Caps, &c, of H. E. SHOMO. Remember the Place, Next Door to the Post-Offlce. - SHO M j-. Every pair warranted. up their goods to pay big rents, we OS . - X 'J ' 'i U are marking ours down, as we have by purchasing your Boots and Shoes, H. R. SHOMO. . Bv in immense practice, extending through period of ere, having within that time treuted many ibotsand of thane dieaos peculiar to woman, 1 hare been enabled to perfect a most poteotand agreeable merli...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 14 March 1873

fre:.:c:;t"v;::::i.yj:w,ksal, PUEUSI3XD EVEtT FEIDAY, BY A. IT- BALSLEY. CIeo feL: V.kd forfait' L 4- tv" -. OF TIIS JOVHSAL; ' " - 12 00 One rear, in advance, - Six months, """". 50 Three months, - ' I l SVKHY VARIETY OF - - ' i PltlNTING ; i : KEA1XT AND QUICKLY DOSK. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. LEGAL J. M. LWVOK. jMfci w. -f- TTOBNKYS AT LAW AND GENERAL . - t rwnv trP'F.VPTT-S Mr. Lcmmon will be in his office r Thursday ot each week, l'rompt attention k toelikv" ousiuass. rfUul'l " ir"i :,... TtLk corner of ATTORNEY AT LA -J" prompt attention Front and bnBine g.veo to U collect of aiUce pertaining wY?iS: f J. T.GABVEB, ; a TTORKEY AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio, offer aSWSb m rf the Courts o Sandal 'in? wnl ahw stwnd to the collection ot claims. Ortv in Tyler iM-icg, uu hi;"" - J. L.liliEENE.SKW. a TTORNEY AKD COUNSELLOR AT LAW, A will attend to legal business in Sandusky aud adioiuftie-counties, oaicc, comer J - Tyler's Block. : Fremont, O. .r.BUCIUKD. H. n-EBITT. JAS. H. BUCKLAND, EVEKETT &...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 14 March 1873

THE- .JOURNAL. A . H , g ALSJOET, Editor. PBEMONT, OHIO. rXIDAI, Harch 14, ISiS. MASS CONVENTION. The Kcpnbllcans of Baudnsky County are asked to com together at the Clnb Room, In Fremont at half put two o'clock, P. X., dataran March 15th, I8T3, to cboose candidate for Member of the Couatita tioDal Convention. Let tlje attendance be large. CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Jcdge Saddleu of Sandusky City, has sued I. F. Mack, of the Jicytcr, for libel, lie avers tliat it will e quire 10,000 to repair damages. Balloting for U. S. Senator took place in the Massachusetts Legisla ture on Tuesdaj-, and indicated that the clioic would fall on Boutwell. The result of the joint ballot on Wednesday was as follows: Bout well 152, Dawes 115. It is asserted that the partizaua of Congressman Lantison, will invite Lira to resign, because he voted to put $5,000 in his pocket ut of the public treasury. Right. The con stituents of the other who voted with Lamison, should da likewise. Ex-Vice President Colfax met wi...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 14 March 1873

THE 7 JOURNAL: . . i rFJMONTEASTrnrSKT CO., ;oht,oC FRIDAY, March 11, ..73. Towxam) Cecm Matters. Readables. Hots Mud. , Kaukin can play fiip. , . Hatch lttu;se last Sunday., s T JUOnslcs ro Jtiuuui; ill uiuiHj. Will Carleton ia coming around again. 67 tui Vf aicrriei m Tiffin. Ua .week. Uen. Sherwood lectured in Kenton, last week. Hi . ? ;i 1 ' Tiffin is jnt the place for a balloon manu factory, V It snowed "fast and furious" on Sunday afternoon. An eight year old girl, near Fostoiia, weigli 115 pounds, Jiaaafield k troubled with tpoa whiskey shops, an Sunday. ,u unirai to be a city, and will rote on the qaeetioa this Spring. We reckon thai there wore several soiled bonnets on Tuesday morning. Mud about Findlay is fourteen feet deep; and it isn't a muddy time either., The same of the American House, at Find lay, is to be changed to the Belding House, Dr. libbey'a visits to this city, after this week will be on Friday, instead of Saturday, The post office seems to be the only questi...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 14 March 1873

H- Ft- SHOMOS .L XD TLt . H. E. wnnr.c a rn surmra TTATS CD 1 1 rih t r i T ... "iT'' ' 1 III " Ul 'L -vv U4i yr s?0mm. Which were bought for cash, and will be sold 25 per cent cheaper than any other house in Sandusky County. Wo,. tiw .mnfv of the Canda Rubber Boot for Men and Boys, and the renowned U. T. K. Fine Shoes tor Ladies, Misses and Children.' Every pair warranted. ' ' Wnile our neighbors are marking up their goods to pay big rents, we no rents to pay. Call and be convinced that you can save 25 per cent Hats and Caps, fcc, of II. E. SHOMO. , : - 3T Remember the Place, Next Door to the Post-Office. SHOMO is iiow opening his immense AND CAPS. GLOVES. .ROBES, O;p:o.ocl sit OD iCJ" CD IS 2 stock of LEATHER AND FINDINGS, are marking ours down , as we have by purchasing your Boots and Shoes, H. R. SHOMO. ' Ti ThU Cut llbrtratw the Ranter of ' rn. piERCE'a Fountain Nasal Injector,' " This instalment is espocially itesicned for the perfect application of i - - DR. SAGE'S CATARRH RE...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 21 March 1873

FREriSNT WEEKLY JOURNAL, rcELisna eteet Friday, BY: A. BALSLEY. CI f., U TV! IERM3 OF THE JOTJKNAL; cue rear, iu advance, .... Six moaths,' ...... ' Three raon.hs, ...... 12.00 1.00 so EVERY VARIETY OF .1 O H PRINTING KEATLY AND QC1CKLY DOKK. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. LEGAL. 1. M. LEXMOK. - 1 . rose. I . mnirm it" MW AND GENERAL At 1 ' IV .- E. a- - XI a a" - AfiKSTA. 4'LYDE. OUIO. , to all legal nnmneiw. i.wr.l'a.BAKl'LElT. . t,-t- at LAW. White's Block, comer of F rrniout, March 1, ! J.T.UAIiVEK, TTORKEY AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio, offer A his professional kiw to all ivquirmr aru buLoessdone in snv of the Conns of Sandusky ..ST-m .iu attend to the collection of cisinia. OBioe in Tyler's Block, on Croghan street. J. L. GK.EEKE, Sen. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. will attend to k-al business in Sandusky snd auroluinr countis Otbce, comer room, op stairs, Tyler' mock. Fremont, O. u.r ITCSXAXD. a. kvemtt. i..rowu. BUCKLAND, EVERETT fc FOWLER. . mDvrva ivn COrSSELLORS AT UW, A od 8o'iic.tirs in...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 21 March 1873

THE JOURNAL. A. H . BA.LSLET, Editor. FREMONT, OHIO. FRIDAY, Blarch 21, 1813. It is time the Republicans of the county were at work. Let us decide by vote whether we will "recognize hog in our city con" Btitution or not." Gen. Bucklasd should reresent the interests of this tonnty in the Constitutional Convention. More rascality in Wall Sltvcl. The last game is the issuing ofto gus bonds of the Toledo, Walmsh and Western Railway, Vanderbilt has confessed the wickedness of his pasl life by going into the church business. He is now building Methodist, churches south. Secrktary Bout well took his scat in tho Senate on Moudiiy. Judge Richardson bu creed Mr. Until well as Secretary of the Tre.isury and this long mooted question is settled. Ota State buildings-are frail crea tures, and set one- to thinking of government contractu. The gale of last Saturday night demolished the left wing of the Northern Ohio Lunatic Asylum at Newburg. No one was injured. Hoh. Humphrey H. Leavitt, for merly ...

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