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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 4 December 1874

FREMONT WEEKLY JOURNAL, v PUBLISHED EVEET FEIDAT, BY A. H. BALSLEY. CaMons far Jcb Wri d iirafiag Ksds QaHito! TERMS OF THE JOURNAL; Oat year, In advance, - - 2 lx months, 1 TUree months, . - - EVERY VARIETY OF JT O II 1 11 I N T I N O NEATLY AM) QUICKLY DOKK. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. LEGAL. J. L. GKEENE, Sbk. ATTORNEY AXD COUNSELLOR AT LAW, win itwnl to 1i!ti1 busincM in Sandusky and adjoining comities, Oinco, corner room, np stairs, B. EVERETT. "a. n- TOWIXU. T.YETfETT ; FOWLER. Mid Solicitors in Chancery; will attend to pro f cs8iou.il business In Sandusky and adjoining conn- ties, urne seoonu siorjr, euijkiaiju i-v" MEDICAL. T. BL BKINKEEHOFF. M. D. THY?ICIAX AND SURGEON, Office in Bnck- Birrhsrl Avenuu, corner of Wood street. Oflice hmire from 10 to lit A. M, ltoP.JL, and J to P. M. C DENTISTRY, DB.A. F. PRICE, SURGICAL ft XKCHANICAL DENTIST, Office OT!-r Bantef Fremont, White s Block, will be found in his oflice at ajl times. HOTELS, BALL HOUSE, CORXER OF FRONT STREET AST) BISCH AR...

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. — 4 December 1874

THE JOURNAL. A . H .BALSLET, Editor. FREMONT, OHIO. FRID.1T, December 4, SU. THE JOURNAL IN A NEW FORM. Eight Pages and 56 Columns. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. For some time past, notwithstand ing the closeness of the times, we have been contemplating a surprise for onr patrons, and so without ncise or fuss about it we hare gone to work and got ready. Our newtjpf has arrived and is in case, and evt -thing in readiness for the change which will take effect next week, when the Old Journal will appear not only in a new dress but iu a new form and much enlarged beyond its present size. It will then be much the largest in the county, and among the very largest in the State. This change has occasioned us a large out lay, ana a constantly increased expense, but depending upon the appreciation of a discriminating pub lic we venture upon it, conCdentthat the people will uphold us by an in creased patronage, and an augment ed list or subscribers. v e asK our old friends to stick by us, and ...

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. — 4 December 1874

HEADQUARTERS Oa April 1st w commenoe reducing or immense stock of Dry Goods, and will continue the sale nntil the entire stock isclosedout. Our stock now is Tory large and well assorted, and.we are selling goods at very low prices. This is no humbug! We mesa justvrtmtwe REDUCING STOCK say which we will demonstrate to you on our counter, We would say to all, give ns an early call while tho stock is full and welIas9orted. We are also closing our books. All having accounts with us please call and settle. GARVIN & CO. THE JOURNAL' F KEMONT SANDUSKY CO., OHIO FRIDAY, December 4, 1S74. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. Readables. Another big snow on Saturday. Sleighing haj been good since Saturday The Weston Avalanche is to be enlarged. Oberlin wants a more efficient police force. A new railroad depot is to be built at For est. Now is the time to do your holiday adver- Using. Come in and leave your orders for holiday printing. New Tears calling cards neatly printed at this office. A night poli...

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. — 4 December 1874

FURNITURE F0a THE HOUSE. STATE . STREET, FEEMONT, OHIO, MANUFACTUKERS AND DEALEKS IN ALL K1XDS OF HOUSEHOLD AND OFFICE FURNITURE! . . ' " . - , Are now prepared to snbmit a first-class lined Furniture, not to be sarpasecd for finish, durability and price, in the c.ty. Having recent accede to the Undertaking busing of SPELLER -1 FUKXISH THE rARAPIIABy ALIA, run tvacnji "w" a. j V.-..A i,ll rnBns Cakets. We have one of the finest near, in this section (as illustrated above). Shells, lomne, ca.ken, THE cheapest house) IN THE CITY. ) -:o: " FURNITURE FOR THE OFFICE. 7 7, . . , , , and everything in the line, constantly on hand. a . ' SFST ja IP J2B XLD 2 The Citizens of Sandusky County to know this fact, that we '; have the only regular Wide-track HARDWARE STORE XJXT PRBMONT, And tliat we have lately received direct from New York and the Eastern Factoriee, a tremendous stock of MA'RDWAR Complete La all its details, which we are selling at VERY LOW PRICES! We would say to all our old and...

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. — 11 December 1874

If 1 j VOL. 46. FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1374. NO. 50. GRAND DISPLAY OF PI 0 llaO'y M, Ml to .amine our Star of Heating sodOcKng Stores. We offer the Arssoa Bmc . sM is Arzaoa ran oe&wrr, am u, has givwt mi mil THE MANSARD AND MwJlefl M g-sfrlMs Cooking Start A great variety of style of lovriced Cooking Heatls Wow manufacturers Tin Copper and Sheet Iron Ware. Builders' Hardware, -sW"Je . rv- . l J t: CW,-,;,!. lwda In full nnnlw VkTpCfilI A UUH0 MM 1 1 W I C. 1L DILLON & PI Vfe hare a Rent, bMKlxrame One SVw". wttt lorn Oapcwr i oaa Who wants to purchase, oaat fail to be sailed . OHE-PRICE DRY 163 SUMMIT STEET, TOLEDO. '- ;; - (Mablev'8 Old Stand.) ,1 . .j. - Grand Display of Pall & Winter Gpota 0 Entire New Stock , at Astonishingly Low Pricea DRESS GOODS! DRESS GOODS! DRESSGOODS! orrria OtriV BLACK A EPACA 9 Reconunend themselves to all. They arsmade with p Linen eroathreJ, which not only add to their beauty, butiitheclornBcian?eable. They ST...

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. — 11 December 1874

Poetry. BUSYBODIES. . It is a fact, as I've been told, That people in the days of ol J, Got rich in silver and in gold, No matter what they bought or sold, By minding their own business. They did not try to wound one's fame, Or slander anybody's name; They cared not when you went or came; They pleased themselves, you did the same, ' If it was your own business. And if a man did what was right In his own mind, and in sight Of God and Law, by day and night, He went ahead and fought the fight, ' Determined on his business. But, in degon'rate modem days, There's quite a change in people's ways, And what a person does or says Mast bo hel l up into the gazo Of every busybody. And if you do not tell them, too, Where you are going, and what to do. They get in such an awful stew, They'll even watch and follow you, These very busybodies. And then they surely think they know Just when you come and where you go, And they will whisper so and so, To every friend and every foe, These very busybodi...

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. — 11 December 1874

WHAT THE CHIMNEY SANG. BY BRET HARTE. Over the chimney the night wind Bang, And chanted a melody no one knew; And the woman stopped as the babe she tO890d, And thought of the one she had long ago lost, Asxl said as her tear drops back she for ced, Over the chimney the niht wind sang And chanted a melody no one knew; And the children said as they closer drew "Tia some witch that is cleaving the black night through. "Pis a fairy trumpet that just then blew, And we fear the wind in the chimney. Over the chimney the night wind sang And chanted a melody no one knew; And the man who sat on the hearth below Said to himself it will surely Bnow, And fuel is dear and wages low, And I'll stop the leak in the chimney. Over the chimney the night wind sang And chanted a melody no one Liew; But the poet listened and smiled, for he Was Man, and Woman, and Child, all three, And he said, "It is God's own harmony, This wind that sings in the chimney." BY BRET HARTE. Agricultural. Keep the Farm and Hom...

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. — 11 December 1874

. goplav Column ", H'u:.fr i f-.. fun-Mi in r.i n.htmn. Fire if?t ..r iV-s 2V-,rj'-'. f i;i-i a-.iii.'i a: fin tt" "'.'. ?.-( a :...,'.v.i;.' t.uii;.(,R J iti C-.-i.l I "AN 1EJ HOU Comfortable, rvmji.!. Ati-ir,.?!. liex '2.1'.. rost-oi.icc Frtriroi.i. If lty -'jiise:iIvr to liio Joi;r.N"Ai., who part1 rro:u .j..u. 1, ' -',r. to J flu, 1, 1 w..; ;c. ncupyoi tl:f iVu' Mrui:;., "IV-riV .i'ri::L:.'' rANii:b 3 i.y fciliiariia" T T prov-d li-rnis, v, ifliu ivi l.iil s uC Tol.-!o, tir mpr..v.-l !ai)i1m!:;at'iy. A;;.!y to II. .I. KAI-'-r'F.NM'iiKiii-ii-., real i-siate onicu, Summit tj'r.'et. Toledo. .!- ATI ''EN ii VE liEAl- ff EKS-Of MAB..tYS larje clothing a-.'.ver-tiseiiK-n'. in rii:!Pi'T co'.umu. f,"-.j2 'ANTEJ lT.Oi'Eil'iT .ScmcTo- : a' ffiMJlSJ: Toledo. M-! 1 7" AN TED ASSLSTAX TS Coua- try teuiaSew-sietams as waitress, chamber- "iraidP, .V'C A"plv at D ;lir Iloiine, Tolwio. ED (JAftLS For treatment TASi 1 1 wLich PhvsiciiiDS have asserted are in- cnraMe. Atiurves l)r. W ILiOKD, &...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 11 December 1874

She frfM0ttt fmtmal FRIDAY, DEC. 11, 1874. LOCAL MATTERS. READABLES. D. J. Stxdter and D. Taylor assumed charge of the Ottawa County News last week. People should look out for confidence men. Sign no papers that you don't un derstand, Defiance schools have an average daily attendance of 4S4 scholars, and a total enrollment of 559. Work on the southern end of the At lantic and Lake Erie Railway has leen stopped for the winter. Rachel Myers, living with Mr. Heff ner, in Lima, fell and broke her arm be tween the elbow and wrist a few days ago. One of the students of Oberlin College bad one of the bones of the left hand kicked in-two while playing foot-ball week before last Dr. Lnckey and Mr. John Jenney, of Elmore, deny that they intend purchas ing the Elmore Courier and placing Mr. Stanbery in charge. On Monday night of last week, Mr. Talentine Schott, who lives one mile north of Elinors, had a set of double har ness stolen from his barn. ' A valuable horse, belonging to James Brandeb...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 11 December 1874

WE CAN MAKE HOME HAPPY. Though we raay not change the cottge For a mansion tall aad grand, Or excha:i,;3 a little grass plat For a b-nniless stretch of land Yet there's something brighter, dearer, Tliaii the wealth , . i 1 we U tiUiS OOEinifUllt. Thotirh ve Lave no meats to purchase, Costly pictures rieh and rare, Though wo have no silken hangings For the walls so cold and bare We can luuig them o'er with garlands, For flowers bloom everywhere. We caii alw.iys make home cheerful, If the light course we begin; We can tmki the inniatef happy, And their tamest blesskgs whi; It r. ill ijii.ke iae small room brighter, If we Li ti.e eunsliine in. We am gatlu r round the fireside YOieii the 1 veiling hour3 are long; We cai. blend our hearts and voices In a happy social song: We can guide some erring brother, It-ad him from the path of wrong. We may rill our hemes with music, And with sunshine brimming o'er, If against ail lark intruders We wiil iirjily close the door Yet should evil shadow...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 11 December 1874

MY BABY. BY MARY B. DODGE. 0 baby, my baby, my darling! As I ponder my newly 'won bliss, As I bask in thy beautiful being, And kiss thee with kiss upon kiss. 1 wonder how earth ever charmed me, How its joys to'me seemed so divine; Those joys I now measure as human, Since this one I know is divine. O, baby, my cherub, my darling! Whose "coo" is the sweetest of things; I wonder if ever such music, So perfect, was born without wings 32 And I tremble with rapture to listen, So dread I the pinions ah, me! But no, the good God is no mocker, And he gave thee, sweet baby, to me. O, baby, my queen and my darling, Thou nil est and liftest me so, Exalting my soul to its highest, God gave thee thy scepter I know; From his throne in the uppermost heav ens Thou hast come to our home like a star, And the light of it leadeth me upward And onward, as leadeth a star. O, baby, my baby, my darling! Qaeen, cherub, and star though thou be, No sign to express thee seems worthy, When thou art all sweetness...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 11 December 1874

7Ti1 Vlinrt1t SfrttVt'lT U V K V U I V it t J V W V i H FRIDAY, DEC. 11, 1874. MARKETS. GRAIN. GRAIN. New York, Dec, '74. .w.?ftI1..,T?? ' ,cr! uiu icu w --j iaj vot r nunc C0E3T Quiet at S7e and 54c. Oats Finn at 6Sc to 71c. Toledo, Dec 9, '74. St!es at Sl.CS to il.U 1-2. Com Salts at 69c. Cats Suit reported at 54 l-4o. LIVE STOCK. Buffalo, Dec. 9, '74. Sheep Sales at S4.12 1-2 and t5.20. ' Hogs Firm ut $6.50 and 7-35, for heavy. WANTED. The undersigned will pay the highest mar ket price fcr :,0O0 Full Feathered Geese, Delivered at his store in Fremont. 43-50 H. Undebhtll. MISSORI, KANSAS & TEXAS R'Y The completion of the great iron bridge over the Missouri River at Boonville, enables this popular line to oiler still better facilities for the business between the Northeast and the creat Southwest. Two daily trains will be run be tween Hannibal and points in the great Neosho valley, in direct con nection with all lines. Also, two daily trains between St. Louis and points ia Sout...

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. — 18 December 1874

?vvrt - 3 J Mi '.iff. -Ill' VOL.46, ii FREMONT, SMDUSEY 0TOTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1874.. 170. 51'- KiElf GRAND DISPLAY OF, ri rrr rr Donl fall to examine onr stock cf Heating and Cookine Stoves. We offer the Argani Bise Bum? and the Argand Parlor Heater, as tbe best Coal Stove rer made and the only oae-tim- - has given universal satisfaction ' ' ' THE MAFSARDjAND NEW AMERICAN Are not squalled as first-class Cooking Stores. A great variety of styles of low-priced Cooking Heating Stoves. We are manufacturers of Tin Copper and Sheet Iron Ware. Builders' Hardware, Carpenters' Tools ana nouse r M ETLLG5T & T p. a. - y t bare a neat, nanasome i ook dov any one who want to purchase, taut fail to be sal We hare a neat, handsome Cook Stent, with ID iCepper EeiervrtV SSlo in prirt Biat Mnu .nf.n.hMo tint Ml tn IvanfrnH ' " ' ' " iv. ; ; ; j i , i ; . ? ; OWE-PRICE DRYGQ00S HOUSE PBTTBB c& HOWE, 153 SUMMIT (Mable y's Grand Display of-Pall& WinterGoods. Entire New Stock at 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. — 18 December 1874

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. PROSTRATION OF BUSINESS AND SUGGESTIONS FOR ITS REVIVAL. To the Senate and House of I2ep- resent a lives: . , Since tie corrverang of Congress one yearago, the nation has undergone a prostrotjaa m busmess and mdustnes,(akled, raca as has not oeen witnessed with us for many years. Speculation as to the for this prostration might be in- in without profit, because as many tlieones would be advanced as there would be writers independent ot "I '-r-- "cwb, those who without borrowing, upon the subject. wiuioiumuuigiiiginuieories as to tne cause of this prostration, therefore, I will call your attention only to the fact and to some questions as to which would seem there should be no disagree- ment Dunngtfcis prostration two es-!ployment elements of prosperity have most abundant-labor and capital JBoth have been largely unemployed. Where has been undoubted capital has been attainable a. very moderate rates. Where labor has been wanted it has been found in abundance at c...

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. — 18 December 1874

&nd that for the current fiscal year the SetiE: ted rtoeipts ftverezpertdit? will i- "tct maA exceed $9,000,000. 5 H, THE SINKING FUND. t " In view of the large national debt ex- - is tine, and the obligation to add one per . . II , 1 cent, annum to tne guixirig rona, a bujh amounting now to over $34,000,000 per annum, I submit whether the reyenues should not be increased or expenditures diminished to reach tins amount , of sur- olus. Not to erovide for the BuJdnfflI--,..- i , : L 1 -1 1 -.L xunu is a p&ruai iiuiiire w cuiupiv , wim contracts and obligations of the Govern ment., At the last session of Congress I a very considerable reduction was made ' iu rates of taxation and in the im ruber of articles subjected to taxation. The quest, tion may well be asked whether or not in some instances, unwisely. In.onnecri ton with this subject too, 1 venture the opinion that the means of collecting tht revenue especially ironv imports nave been so embarrassed by legislation as to ma...

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. — 18 December 1874

-ill rtMitlaiCif rttttlrttt U Tif-'T '.:tt . Feuiui, WoHtM A-c, irwrttg m wimn. it line ir lea Tvxnty-nnt Cent. Koch adaitionTl tine Five CmUe. Each 'aduititmal insertion Pice CeiU per line. Paynieitt in advance. rAXTEl BEAUTIFUL CHJRO- T T MOS ETery subscriber to tlie Journal, who pays from Jan. 1, 1S75, To Jan, 1, will get a copy ot the fine chroino, ''Flora's Offering.'' "II 7" AX TED FAKMS Small, im- v T proved iarms, within 80 miles of Toledo, for Improved land in that city. Apply to H. J. RAF FEN8PEEGEK, real estate office, Summit street, Toledo. "AX7" ANTED ATTENTIVE READ- T EKS Of MABLEYti large clothing adver tisement, in anotner colnran. 5o-J2 ANTED PKOPEBTY Some To- ledo property for well located Kansas lands. Apply to uiui r citus. Toleco. 46 Summit street, so-i AT 7-A5TED ASSISTANTS Coun- T try female assistants as waitresses, chamber maids, ic Apply at Dmght Honse, Toledo. 50-M W; curable. Tuledo. ANTED CASES For treatment which other physicians have asserted are in- A...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 18 December 1874

itlie 4-rmont giotituui! ' " TBroiY, 'tiECyi ' 187. y 1 .H.lTTEItS.: . PAY for tae Tear 1875 and set the handsome Cbromo, "Flora's Offering." Oistebs,.1 tlie'-' finest, freshest .' and cheapest in . the . market, bj. the can, quart, pint, and half -pint, at Bixmier's, -the fish merchant, State St, Fremont Tkb raising of Justice street, from : State street to the Gas Works is "an im provement our city need be proud of, j but attention to siaewaiEs in mat yioiu- t looted. . "Why smoke worthless weed scald the , tongue and render yourself obnoxious x wherever you go, by indulging poor cigars while paying a good price. Call on Pub vis, State Street, and secure the purest and best, either wholesale or re tail, at the cheapest rate. n ik rah ior cjismmo cuter. fum ing is wanting at ' the Gbajtd Cextral Opera House Block, Monroe St,- To ledo, . for. garnishing the festive board to the honor.of old "Krng Christmas,"; fruit, fidli, fowl, game and nick Backs j '; are there combined to gratify...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 18 December 1874

Poetry. From the New York Graphic. A REQUIEM. BY PELEG ARK WRIGHT. That dorg was every inch a dorg, He knotted Lis duty straight; He never missed a fight or fire, Nor never turned np late. My heart is broke, I'm much disturbed, He was the Bteadfastest pup That ever spoke for scraps of meat Or chawed a liver up. There's many dorgs that useless is, Could better have been spared; But though he's dead, my comfort is, I think ho was prepared. My heart is broke, I'm much depressed, He was thri earaestest pup Tliat ever sot- upon his tail And cocked his left ear up. He took his part with other dorgs He never shirked, not he, His comrades to investigate, Nor missad a post or tree. My heart it broke, I'm much annoyed, ijile was tiio cheekiest pup That ever growled about a bone When other dorgs come up. He never failed, on no account, Old women to annoy, And organ grinders to torment Was his erpecial joy. My heart his broke, I'm much distressed. He was the cheerfullest pup That ever tored a l...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 18 December 1874

From the Examiner. AUTUMN OF THE WORLD. AUTUMN OF THE WORLD. BY EDMUND W. GOSSE. The last waa petals leaye the rose, , . The latest swallows preen for flight, The Summer's gone where no ope knows, With dead men's love, and spent years' .light, r , - rr-.r-v And.farin"h6arti binedOut of sight t t M ( i i Bed roses are the crown ofyoutt ; The warm light strikes on lorws iips; Laugh thou, and ffJndle, hflppy"motifli," And yet, remember, sweet time slips, Death hturiee on with full eclipse f ' So short, so sad ! "Oh f lei not Death" Fifui onlr faded flowers andt wine, Whan hungry for the joyous breath That drelpis not bf the years' decline He lays his" cold tfhitte mouth, lo thinej Cling'lo the flying hours; and yet Let one pure hope, one great desire, Like song on dying lips, be se That ere we fall in scattered fire -j Onr hearts may lift the world's heart higher.-. Here in the autumn months of Time, Some little: mark our, words should make - " For liberty and manhood's sake f The tndv...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 18 December 1874

She rnu0ttt giurual FRIDAY, DEC. 18, 1874. JLOC1L .1I.1TTERS. TWO Splendid Chromos,one Snperi or Weekly Taper and one Monthly Taper for the small snm of S2.80. So family so poor but It can affor THEM. Subscribe at once. Removal. Mr. Coster, mail agent on the Lake Erie & Louisville Railway, who was ap pointed to office on the 1st of November last, and has since resided in our city, is about to remove, with his family, and take up his permanent abode at St Marys. ; An Old Bible. Mr. J. Burgner has recently come into possession of a large German family bible, descended to him from Swiss an-: cestors. It was printed in Frankfort on tne Mayne, Germany, in the year 1574, and is thereforo just 300 years old. It is remarkadly well preserved, hav ing been substantially bound in boards covered with leather, and protected at the corners by plates of brass, and by brass knobs at the sides and on the back. Its weight is fifteen pounds. It is very fully illustrated, especially in the book of ...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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