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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 12 September 1873

THE JOURNAL. FREMONT SAWPgSgT CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, September 12, 1873. TOWSASD CCUXTY liATIERS. SOLDIERS' REUNION SOLDIERS' REUNION AT Sandusky, O., Sept. 17,1873. The LaVe Eric Sc Louisville Kail- way will sell Round Trip Tickets, at reduced rates, from Stations on the line of their road to Sandusky and return on the above date, a Steamer having been chartered to run in con- nprtinn trains leaving dock at Fremont after arrival of train in the . , -; .. -. i-otnrriin? in time for departure of train in the evening. Tickets via Steamer, from Fremont in. Ss.rinskv and return, for sale at t.A rr,re of V. II. Andrew's Gen. Ticket Agent, L. E. & L. R'y. Readables. ' Anna Dickinson bat gout to Europe. Tiffin is aggitated Vj a paper mill project. The Suite Fur was well attends.! thu year. Milk trains in New York have cow catchers. Kaiigious Backs, nulike sLsvp, are not fond of green pastors. Chicago ahipt seyeu car loads of butter to New York, daily. Excuse liate and a bad pec, as tbe pig...

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. — 12 September 1873

pson lUiii HAVE! FOR JSALE TH I CI '.WEEK ,r Sfnnl PlmvS Bryai Juno Steel Plows, Four Corner Steel Flows - Fostoria Plows, -Reraincton Iron Beam Plows, And the Celebrated Kcndalvillc the best Steel Plow ever of fered for Sale in tins County 14.00 to 15 00 Also Oliver s Patented Chilled Plow, something new, than Steel, - A LAEGE ASSORTMENT OF Houoe J?2?i Marked down to meet the hard time. their advantage to call stoves and tin;wme0f ;all:kinds. ALSO SOLE AGENT FOR THE SUPEEIOR GRAIN DRILL, It is the only DOUBLE FOItCE Grain Drill mule. It will Sow ill kind of Grain toil Seads, and IS WARRANTED to Sow to the acre exactly the amout required. It delivers the grain in a steady, unbroken stream, with no inclination to bunch or stool. It wi'l not crush or injure the grain. It will not clog. The SUPERIOR was Awarded in 1872 the First Premium at the Ohio State Fair, Mansfield, Ohio. Northern Ohio Fir, Cleveland Ohio. Ontrs! Ohio Fsir, Mechsn irvbaivh. O'uio. Southern Ohio Fair, rUancheetrt-,...

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. — 19 September 1873

FREMONT WEEKLY JOURNAL, PUBLIiarn 'EVEEY I' HIT AY, . . BY A. IT- 13AlLi:Y. F '1HE JOC"R'AL; Oiirtr, in advance, Pii numb " ' 1.09 histy op .T O It 1 ' NEATLY A3D QUICKLY DONE. , 1 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. LEGAL. ft TTORN'EVS AT LAW AND GE'EKAL y Al.ESTS. CLYDE, VIIIO. ' pn Mr. Lemmou wiil ! m b. care given Thire.iavi.1 each week. Prompt aiuuiiw.fe to ah k'.-r li boiinaas. B. .. WHTST.OW: ;: " rv-,,t Ohio. Of- id Tyler's bUK. " ivn cOTTsSELLOTl AT LAW, lb" Iness in Sandusky and" Will --'. . ' ,.,,,,. rnrner mum. IIO CtallS, o.lif:r.i:i'J C Tykr's iLock. Fremont, O. p grcKLiSD. II- EVERETT. JA3. H. TOWliK. BCCKLASD. EVEBETT & FOWLEB. ATTORNEYS AM) COrSSELLORS AT LAW, "l in Cnsncery; :U attend topro- ties. oUicc, second story, 8 luCk" MEDICAL. UH. A. 1'. 1'litCE, , I -- D H bMNKEUHOFF.M. D. F. M. DENTISTRY. , i M CITIirilCAL & MECHANICAL DEVTLST, Office Sov." iuk of Fremont. While s Block, w.!lbc found In bin oflirx-st all times. " HOTELS, - BALL EOUSE, 5 : .rvnvro nPVHOVT STREET' ...

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. — 19 September 1873

THE JOURNAL. A. H. BAI.SLEY, Editor. l- r'itiMOJMT. OHIO . j FRIDAY, September 19, 1873- REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Gorernor E. T. NOTES. .'""'' ' Lieutenant Governor ALPJIOSSO HAKT. s Comptroller W. T. WILSOX, - - - -: Jndge Supreme Conrt-WM. WHITK (tortermV F 8T05E (short term). Teasarer ISAAC WELCH. . Attorney Generil-JOK.N LITTLE. ' , . Member Board PubUeJVorka-r. V. HEKZIXG. - ' - ' ' uaTEICT TICEKT. Jad: of Common Ple.s-WM. G. IASE. ' : " etatVBeMtor-JAMESB.LUCKET. - . . ' ".COCKTT TICEM. , . . Representative D. L. JTTE. Xreascrer CHARLES BRCSH. Becorfer J. D. MOORE. ' : "' Shc-rii FREDERICS FABDfO. ProeecBtiDg Attorney-JOSEFH H. BABTLETT. Survey or-JOSPH L. RAWSON. Commissioner SAXFOED G. BAKER. Coroner E. S. BOWERSOX. Hekrt D. Cooke, Governor of Dis trict of Columbia, has resigned, and a Mr. Shepherd has been appointed to fill the vacancy. At 'the Democratic Senatorial Convention, held at Clyde on Friday last, J. H. Hudson was nominated .for Senator. .They couldn't bleed Alvor...

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. — 19 September 1873

THE "JOURNAL. PMMOHTBAS2KCT CO., OHIO. . FRIDAY. tcrteuiber li, 1873. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. Make Your Entries. The Secretary's Book is now made out, and he is ready to make entries. Call at the the 'Auditor's .'office,' and make your entries now, so aa to avoid the rush usually attending the first day. F. J. GIEBEL, Jr. Sec'y. Readables. Cool nights. Eton your road. . Culer begin to iow. Build your ic niraw Buck het it ripeniog. Corn cuttiog i ut order. . Make y ur boma obaerful. Pick tout applet carefully. ! Farmers fel seed-y at present. Soldiers' re-onion at Fiudlay to-day. , Frost oa Saturday and Sunday nights. D jg daj a are ended but the days of dot are no, Clyde baa gtined 300 inhabitants this ium. mar. Nonralk and Clyde bold their fairs Uiii . wte'e. ' Read the new advertisement of C. M. Dil lon & Co. Biadlian students attend Cornell Uuiversi ty.N.Y. Burg la ra are doing an extensive business in - Boojrua. - Hickory nuts and walnut bare commenced dropping, v. . A new ...

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. — 19 September 1873

S. . S I" - - 4 f i ' h- i nompsofl' erjw., HAVE! FOR SALE THIS WEEK ff 7.00 to 14.00 13.00 to 18.75 8ifOrfo 14.00 14.00 ;Biyaii Steele Plows;; .? Juno Steel Flows, Four Comer Steel Plows - Fostoria PJowk - - Remington Iron Beam Plows, And the Celebrated Kendal villo . the best fcteel Flow ever of fered for Sale in this County 14.00 to 15-00 Also Oliver s Patented Chilled " " ' Plow, something newv harder- than Steel; ' ' i, -:o 'ALAEGE ASSORTMENT OF Marked down to meet the hard timc.r'AU furnishing -house ill find it to t cr s. their advantage to call before buying elsewhere. STOVES1 AND TIN -WARE OF ALL KINDS. I -ri 'hi m fe B ; - - r r- . I -1 W rl Wl : . ' -. " J ''' j 5H )UJiU'Ui ALSO SOLE AGENT FOR THE SUPEEIOR GEAIN DRILL1, and is W AL.KAN i ED to Sow to tl.e acre exactly th moet recpured. i It deliverm the i i gon in k steady, uubrokotctrcam, with no inclination to bunch or stooL It wi'l not I . i , crush or injoro the grain. It will not clog. , The SUPERIOR was. Awarded in ...

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. — 26 September 1873

FREKONT WEEKLY JOURNAL, FUBLI5HED EVEBT FRIDAY, BY A. IT. I3ALSLEY. TERMS OF THE JOURNAL; Odd year, iu science, Six moo'ha. ------ Three m'-ahS - EVEKY VA1IIETY OF .T O TS PRINTING NEATLY AXO OTICKLY P0XK. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. LEGAL. J. M. f.M'1N. . a. b. FRrson. Lc.ii. j cor & rnnxcu, A :. . .. , ., M Tr:: to ':! Vttot:x" s A TTOTXET O-D COT-NSKIXOTI AT LAW. J.Z Jty.s OA e, corner r...., up stair. Trier's U"ck. Fremont, O. nru5i. n. evekftt. jas. 11. po vi.en. BUCKLAXe. EVERETT it FOWLER. ATTORNEYS AND COrXSKlJW AT LAW, acd S i!i.-.itor. in Oba-Kerv; wii- V- ltd !! f. -;rnrl rnHuvss in s-md'tsVv and r 'y x.ai: wn-t:- Ofice, coun storv, Buck' i-.u' New Bloc.:. Fremont, O. MEDICAL. D. H. BRINKERHOFF, M. . PHYSICIAN AND StTinKON, Office jn B-.ick- llirchsrd Arniuu, comer ot V ood i '. " 'mom from lu to IS A. M ltoil'.M., and 7 to 9 I'. M. DENTISTRY. 7 1)11. A. F. VRICE, C T7BCTCAI. & MECHANICAL DENTIST, Office O-jvit BaniJ of Knmiont, Whits s Block, will bo foand Iu his office ...

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. — 26 September 1873

THE JOURNAL. A . a. 3A.LSLEY, Editor. P i-l hOJVtOlTT. OHIO Vm September 26, IS73 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Governor E. F. KOTE.J Lieutenant Governor ALITiONSO HABT. e .niyLrolk-r-W. T. YIIONX , , , WHITE .km-MtrnO. Juilgi; Sur-remc Court W M' " . ; , . . fc . tv. F. ST'JE(:,i'orl ,,',,u) Teafu;r ISAAC WELCH. A.torD.vG.-uera.OHN' LITTLE. Member' Board Public ,Vorka-I. V. HEKZINfl. UieTBICT TTCKFT. Judge of Common i -ii . i-.-i tiu Senator J AMES B. LUCE.EY. COrTY TICKET. Ri-nreanuutive 1). L. JUNE. Tnasnror C11ARLF.8 BRUSH Recorder J. D. StOOf? E. Sheriff FKEDEHK'K FAIUNO. Prosecuting Attorney JuSKI'II K. BAUTI.ETT. surveyor JOSEPH L. RAWSOX. Comiuiwionor-SASFOHl) O. EAKEH. Coroner E. S. BOWERSOX. The Modoc prisoners arc to be hanged t Fort Klamath, Oregon, on the 3d of October. The Fourth Northern .Ohio Fair commences in Cleveland, on Mon day next, and closes on Fridaj-. The yellow fever continues to pre vail at Shreveport, La., and Monday last was reported on the increase, with des...

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. — 26 September 1873

THE JOURNAL. FREMONT SANDUSKY CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, September 26, 1873. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. Make Your Entries. The SecretarvV Book is now made out, and lie is ready to make entries. Call a I the the Auditor's oiiice, and make your entries now, so as to avoid the rush usually atteiuliiiir the first day. F. J. GIEBEL, Jr. Sec'y. Readables. Corns to the Fair. Wood i in demand. Good butter i scarce. The days and Bights are equaL Sandusky city send ice to Akron. Tut yoor farming too's in the dry. Hard frosts on last Friday aud Saturday "niglit. The new air grounds at Xorwalk cost fG.OiK). Young men and maidens you are wanted at the Fair. Got. Noyes will sjieuk in Klyria on the Cih o! Oetouer. Tha Toledo litviev furnishes a half column - of Irish items. Some young men in Oberlin don't pay Uietr washerwomen. The number of students at Oberlin college is larger than nsual. Tne Wood county fair, at Tontogany, will commoner Sept. 3d. A squash at the Clyde Fair, last week, weighed 140 ponnds....

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. — 26 September 1873

FIELD. H1DRIGK i M CAW Have on hand Oil JEFFERSON & "WHEELING NAILS, LOOKS, LATCHETS, AND A FULL LINE OF HARDWARE! AT PRICES THAT DEFT COMPETITION. FOSTORIA PLOWS AND FULL LINE OF FARMING IMPLEMENTS." COPPER KETTLES VERY HAND CIDER MILLS AND PRESSES, WARRANTED THE BEST MADE. CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, A LARGE ASSORTMENT. .o: Wft invite all who in our line, to give us lm; Cl&crrliiv. IS MORE DESIRABLE -:0 63TClW WHY 0mr- THE ARIOH lipi PfflO FIHST Theft art Four valuabit Patented Tmprovement In the -AEIOIf MANO, which SIMPLIFY ' lta construction, and IMPROVE the TONE and DOtABILITT of the Instrument. SECOND That Improvement art Sptcialtitt; PATENTED.) THIBD-n Arum it at Perfect an Instrument struction AS CAN BE MADE. TOVRIfl These Instrument have Oreattr throughout the scale, and a length and Square Piano. FIFTH Tic Aritm Remain in Tutu Longer than trated since Its first Introduction to the SIXTH All our Instrument art Oetaset, and We use the SAilE QUALITY of materiala, and pay th...

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. — 3 October 1873

FREMONT WEEKLY JOURNAL, FUBLISHED EVERT FEIDAY, BY A. IT. BALSLEY. TERMS OF TUB JOURNAL; '-Oar y."U, in advance,'' 2-00 Si otns, - - 3 - - " Tnr.e nn.nllrt, . " - ' i . - - W . ' EVKUY VAB1ETY OF "J O Tl ""Pit INTING NEATLY AN1 QCICKLY DONE. . 3USINESS".DIRECT0RY. LEGAL. . m. Lnmo - - ras- LEMMOX AFHEKCH, -"l TPRNBYS AT LAW AND QKN'KRAL Afx&& - arts f Tli.ir!y ot --b week- . J'iul't attentions" u -to all ItTii bunn-ns. J. T. flABVKE. H. W. WISBX0W. WINSLOWA GARTER, TTOIIVKYS AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio. Of L Bo iu'-l vlcr eBl.xk. 1 . : ' .. J."IT(inEU N'E, Skh. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, K ill sii. uil to )eal bnaiurw in Sandusky and '.niiiin' colonies Ottioe, aurncr room, U) Htairis Trier's jT)o'k. Fremont, O. H Evrsnrr. JA. H. row lee. . i I'.VEUETT & FOWLER, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOR" AT LAW, luid SohViUirs in t'liaiicvry-, ill stteud to pro 1 f.-sMtmril V.niiiess in Sandu-ky nnri ji.l.Mnin cnmi-ti'-. Office, second story, Uiiekl:md" New ISIork. Fremont, O. MEDICAL. D. ...

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. — 3 October 1873

THE JOURNAL. A. H.BALSIEY, Editor. , FREMONT. OHIO. FRIDAY, October 3, IS73. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Governor E. F. NOTES. Ucntrawit Governor A LrilONSO HAKT. ComptnilU-r-V. T. WILSON. Jmlge Supreme Court WM, WHITE (lon.c t.-rrnl. , . F. STONE ("hurt t.-nr). Teamiror-ISAAC WEI.on.' Attorney Genernl-J",x LIT TLB. M.-uibcr Board FuUic Works-P. V. IlEIIXG. ' DISTRICT TICKET. ja(jgc of Common Plesw WM. i. LANE. Slate SeuntorJASIES B. LVCK.KY. COINTT TICKET. Kspremntativc I). L. Jl'NK. TrraMtrer-CHARI.ES r.RUSH. Recorder J. D. SIOOUE. Sheriff FEIiUElilfK FABINU. Prosecuting Attorney JOSEPH K. EAIiTI KTT. Btinvyor JOSEPH L. I!AWSO. HomnusfciomT SAXFI)1U ti. LAKER. Coroner E. S. BOWEItSOX. n nfir.r.inv. nine hundred and one thousand four hundred and pix ty-seven dollars of the public debt waf extinguished during the month of Septcmbci. Titf rAKro msv be regarded as over. Confidence is returning, and some of the suspended banks hi dif ferent portions of the country have resumed. Everything...

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. — 3 October 1873

THE JOURNAL. rBEM3HT5ASDgSKT CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, October 1:0, ism. Tow. ii CorxTY Matters. SHERIFFS NOTICE. Notice is hereby given by order of Judge Penniwell, that the Grand and Petit Jurors will not be required to ap pear until Monday, October 20th, at 10 o'clock A. M., on account of the election. A. YOUNG, Sheriff. Readables. Grapes. Autumn. Tat up stoves. Cows re ehoap. Corn -fodder bleached. Top dreas your meadows. Oari t home Ths bitiy. The price of coal will rise; Tiffia has two lawyerosses. Pumpkin pica are in order. Put np your fattening hogs. Julius Ceaar married al 17. Apple dumplings are in order. Mealy mouth people. Millers. Oberlin has now 1,000 stodsnts. The most timely gift. A watch. Henry county has a fair this year. Let every man grind Lis own axo. The bone of contention Jawbone. The great knead of the day. Bread. We bad a fine rain on Monday morning. Weight for the wagon -Said a fat lady. Too late for the fair. An old bachelor. Linen coats and straw hats are out of...

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. — 3 October 1873

why rfW'-S'l THE leioN'toSfi-Piio IS MORE DESIRABLE THAN ANY OTHER! riKST Thrreare Four valuable Patented Jiuproveme nts i tli ' ABIOX PIANO, Uih SIMPLIFY tie construction, and IMPROVE the TONE nd DURABILITY of the Instrument. SECOND Them ImprovemeiiU are ) '-'"patented.)' !' - Sl'tciahiu; Till R I The Arvtn ia Perfect an Intrument etroction AS CAN BE MIE. I'Ol'RTH-77w In&mmrnts; hqrr (iraiUr throughout the scale, and a length and t Square riauo. - - . FIFTH The Ariim Remain in Tune Lunger titan other Piano iu the World aa has been fully demon , T ' . Watcd rfn'ce its first introduction to the Musical Pnhlic in 1S06. t SIXTII-.( II our IiuitrumenU are Oetapes, and they are the largest Square Pianos manufactured. yie use tin SAME QUALITY of matt rial, and pay 1h sama prioe for workmanship, for our plain Pianos aa e do for the highor-prirt'd ones. S E V EIV Til .4 Ukaugh the A rum cott In manufacture more than any other Piano made (owing to its peculiar coiisirucfioti), we will se...

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. — 10 October 1873

FREKQNT WEEKLY JOURNAL, PUBLISHED EVEBY.JTIilbAY, BY A. II. BAXjSLEY.' C&cSss k Job V.crL- El A:rens2g K2! TERMS OF THE JOCKNAX; One T Si OllBlil ' " - ; . " '" Tir-- mo:iE s, f - ' - -- 1.00 60 ii ; XVHUY VARIETY OF JO II " I HIST IN O NEATLY AMI QUICKLY PO'il BUSINESS DIRECTORY. LEGAL. j. . ijno; !. - -; v a. LE&MON & FREXCH, B. FBKNOU. yroRrTETS at- law. and -gkxkral j aok:tp,:i.yde. nno . ' Mr. U-mmoo will 1w tn bin office it Fremont, on Tn.jri.ijol ra t week. l'ro:iiit atteniion given ii all w-i ousuuiss. x. w,wikstow. , x. i. oavee. WIXSLOWA GAKVEE, A fi.e in Tyler's ltlock. 1 TTO' ; : J.L.GRKESE.SBS. - ATTORNEY AND C0l"XSELU)U AT LAW, v'Jl atteii'l to fcI 1iumd.s ia Sandusky and arti.iiiiinir conntie-s Olliee, turner room, tip Ktairs, T. ier'i Block. , .Fremont, O. 0. BLUETT. JAS. If. roWLKR. EYEKETT t FOWLEU, 1 TTOP.NTrYS AND COrXSEI.LOns AT LAW, A and Solicitors in Chancery; will attend to pm-f.-Mioual easiness in tSan.lm-ky and ad iu in;,' coun ties. Office, se...

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. — 10 October 1873

THE JOURNAL. A. H.BALSLEY, Editor. - FREMONT, OHIO. FRIDAY, October 10, IS. ' mmmmiamammtt The following is an exact copy or the ticket you should vote next Toesilay: REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For G pernor, EDWARD F.KOYES. For Lieutenant Governor, ALPHONSO HART. For Julge of the Supreme Court, Full Term, WILLIAM WHITE. For Ju'lg' of the Supreme Court, To Fill Vacancy.! WALTER F. STONE For Treasurer of State, ' .. ISAAC WELSH. . For Attorney General, JOHN LITTLE. For Comptroller of Treasury, ; WILLIAM T. WILSON. For lioard of Public Work?. PHILLIP V. HERZING. District Ticket. For Jude of Common Pleas Court, WILLIAM G. LANK, For Stat Senator, JAMES R LUCKEY. County Ticket. For Representative, DANIEL L. JUNE. For Treasurer, CHARLES BRUSH. For Recorder, JOHN D.MOORE. For Sheriff, FREDERICK FABING. For Prosecuting Attornev, JOSEPH R. BARTLETT. For Surveyor, JOSEPH L. RAWSON. For Cornnjis8ioner, SANFORD G. BAKER. For Coroner, EMANUEL S. BOWERSOX. VOTE early. Stokes' new trial will be com m...

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. — 10 October 1873

the journal: rKEMONTSA-NOOSKY CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, October 10, 1873. Tows vxd Cocnv Matters. SHERIFF'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given by- order of Judge Penniweli, that the Grand and Petit Jurors will not be required to ap pear until Monday, October 20th, at 10 o'clock A. M., on account of the election. A. YOUNG, Sheriff. Readables. Cro to the poll ou Tuesday next. Farmers should bold ou to their grain, liallevue ha three temperance groceries. Country Sunday Schools are frost bitten. To catch a rat in your room, lay down your boot. The last rose of summer was at the fair on Saturday. A n.an in Findiay snores in nine different languages.' Ottawa County fair, October Hth, 15th and 16th, 1873. Th display of stock at the fair fell below t it of last year. A bunting party from Carey bagged 130 squirrel last week. Bev. James H. Close, of Michigan,! visiting with his friends at Bellerus. School boys hear with pleasure of the de cline in the whiling business. Several deaths from milk sickness...

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. — 10 October 1873

OCTOBER ELECTION! Tuesday, October 14th, 1873. Tuesday, October 14th, 1873. SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION. To the Qualified Electors of Sandusky County. "ITTHFRKAS, hy the Ibwti of Ohio. n2rul:itiii2 If elections, it if required of the Sherdt ot the countr to give notice he-lore the time of lioldhi; a peucral election by Proclamation throughout the ronnty ot ihetirae on which Hitch elections shall he held. In pursuance of such reoniretnem, I, A. YOfNii, Sheriff of the Conntv ot &ajidnskv and State of Ohio atorcsaiU, do hereby proclaim aud mate kuowu mat me Second Tuesday of deleter. Anno Domini One Thousand eight Hundred and Seventy- three, being the 14th day of said month. Is bv he Constitution aud Lw of Ohio aiipoinl.-d tlie ilav on which the qualified ditton. tf mid su riiiBky I'onnty c hall meet in their respceth u 1 on u- wni mm rjecu m riwim'tti, ni-tn-ecn tin- nonm of ' KlXoViock A. M. and SIX o'clock P. JU. ot a-.M .lay, aw! procml tn i-lpct l.v IMllot, till-lollmvitig .-Man- a...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 17 October 1873

FREKONT WEEKLY JOURNAL, PUBLISHED LYTEY miDAY, BY -A. H. I3ALSLEY. Col'efe k Jib Wei tei Uralisitj flu TERMS Of THE JOmSAL; O ie y j&r, iu advance, - - - -Six months, , - - - , - - - " Three moa'vha, - - - - - KVEBY VAV.IETY OF .1 o n 1' II I X T I N SEATLT AND OVICKLY !0'E. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . AEGAL. 4. at. iKxaK a. a. rursm. LUMMOX & FKEKCII, ATTORf KTS AT LW AVD uNTHAL tO ill fcjU l)UTt 'SS. H. W.WIV3IDW. J.T.OArHR. ' WXNSLOW A OARVEit, i --. .svrro i ti I vv Pivnwrt. Ohio. Of. J. ncr in Tyler's Blocs. IB . J.UOREEXK, 8KK. 1 TTOBN'KY mrXSELLOR AT LAW, AwilTaii-'t"' toWf-a! hnslne ' Handiraky and ill lining cmimn-r, , ., Trier W. Fremont, o. , EVERCTT. H. P.- I.CTL KVEKETT.t FOWI.ER, , ; ATTOT?XEY5 AXP OOrxSEI.I.nns AT LAW, and Soboiior in Chancery; will attend to pro . fesal bil-iiBear in Sa:idusi.-y anil a1 joining coun ter. flice, wuii storv. Uu. klund'H New Kkvk. Fremont, O. 7 " MEDICAL. D.H."ERIXKEi:nOFF,M. 1). TVIY'nOTAX AND Sl HGF-OV, OtlK-e hi Bucfc I lantl Md Wi...

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. — 17 October 1873

THE JOURNAL. A. H.BAXSLET, Editor. ir'iH.iiJVIOlSrT. OHIO. HllDAY, October IT, IS. 3. j " 1 Luckey Defeated. The majority against the repub lican candidate for Senator in this District U about COO. AH tliat calnmny could do was done to com pass his defeat, and it has succeeded. B.'m. F. Hi-NTKit of Virgiuia de mands of Congress 100,000,000 bs payment for 4,500,000 slaves emanci pated by the rebellion. Jilodest very. lut it exhibits the spirit which still slumbers and rankles in the breasts of the leading secession ists In the South. As it has always been Commodore Vanderbilt'8 policy to hold up Xew York Central Stock against the tide, no matter what the consequence to other stocks, the decline in Central from 88 to S3J on the 14th inst, is taken as a sign of the Commodore's inability to bolster it up. There is a street whisper also that the fall in Lake Shore is partly engineered by the Vanderbilt party with the inten tion of getting control of the road just as Harlem was gobbled up...

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