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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 25 December 1874

em 0 ill FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1374. NO. 52. VOL. 46. fii GRAND DISPLAY OF TD n w ie 3 DILLON Donl Jail to examine onr stock of Ilealing; and Cookii:? Stow. Veoffer the Arjand BawEnme aud Ar-aud Parlor Hi-ater, a? the best Coal Stove ever mane and the ouiy oue t.iat hag given universal eatisCactiou' THE MANSARD AND NEW AMERICAN,' a not ii'nalled as tret-das? Cookin? Stoves. A griat variety of style? of low-priced Cooking Heating e,n.i uv iv maiiufiii turers of Tin Conner at'.'l Mieet Iron V. are. ISmiders liaruwarc, Carpenters' Tools and House Furnihing Goods in I nil supply. C. II DILLON & CO., Fremont, Ohio.- Vp's." rWe'iaT neat, handsome Cook Stove, with Low Cepper Reservoir, go low in price that acj one Who wants to purchase, cant fail to be suiwd , , ! ' t 1 1 : I t ' , . OME-PBICE DRY GOO0S H90S PBTTBBI c& HOWB, . 153 SUMMIT STEET, TOLEDO.. (Mablev's Old Stand.) Grand Display paU &rWinter Goods. Entire New Stock at Astonishing;lj Low ...

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. — 25 December 1874

TYING HER BONNET UNDER HER CHIN. BY NORA PERRY. Tying her bonnet under her chin, She tied her raven ringlets in; But not alone in the silken snare Did she catch her lovely floating hair, For, tying, hor bonnet under her chin, She tied a young man's hf art within. They were strolling together up the hill, Where the wind comes blowing merry and chill, And it blew the curls, a frolicsome race, All over the happy pef.ch-colored face, Till, scolding and laughin she Uietn in, Under her beautiful dimpled chin. And it blew color, bright as the bloom Of the pinkest fuchsia's tossing plume, All over the cheeks of the prettiest girl That ever imprisoned a romping curl, Or, tying her bonnet under her chin, Tied a young man's heart within. Steeper and steeper grew the hill ; Madder, merrier, chillier still . . ,' , , , , , The western wind blew down, and played , . , The wildest tricks with the little maid. As, tying the bonnet under her chin She ted a young man's heart within. O western wind, d...

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. — 25 December 1874

From the Milan Advertiser. RAILROAD MEETING. SIditob Milan Advertiser: The third ftrmnai meeting of tiie stock holders of tlie 'WLeeling and Lake Erie Railroad Company, held at Norwalk, Huron county, Ohio, on Tuesday, Dec. 15th, for the election of four Directors to serve for three years, was well at tended by delegations 'from- Wheeling, Martins Ferry, Smithfield, Hopedale, Leesville, Navarre, Dalton, Orville, Pike Station, Lodi, Wellington, A'orwalkj; Milan. Stmduskv and Toledo, nnd was an occasion of great interest to the pro jectors and friends of this important coal road, moving along and gaining strength almost daily, notwithstanding the financial pressure, and the various liscouragements met by projectors of new railroads in our State, A quorum of the Board of Directors being present, Monday evening, Dec. lith, a : meeting was held ' ' at the St. Charles Hotel, minutes of the last meeting held at Navarre, Stark county, Ohio, Nov. 3d and 4th, were read and the unfinished busin...

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. — 25 December 1874

Popular Column. Small AiitrrUmmmtt of Fr Salt, tv Rent, LfM, waittni &c, nurrtra in this column. J- ve iinuoritMimutp.nreCniU. i""' Firt Cent. Each aoditinnal insertion Five Ce,U per line. PctfrrWHt in aticance. Wanted. "WAXTED PURCHASERS FOEry jLfuk poi stork ..en uses, for fettiKs. Aoivacb l berrv, Pear. (;aii- and Evergreens, (.rape met EEd sinaii Fruit, which I guarantee as to quality, an; f-ii ai jinceb us m u.c t'i' r-. iarr.il a cd Nursery one mile, weft of Railroad IV;Ht. 'a':I am! examine. M-16 J. MUCHMOKK. AXTEl) BEAUTIFUL CHRO- MOS Everv siiWriler to the Jornx.iL, who pays from Jan. 1, IsTS, to Jan. 1, 1S.S, wnl a ropv oi the tine ohromo. "Flora's Off'Ting."' j ! -A TED xAii-.ua bmaii, iin-; imnmvfd land in th.it citv. Aooiv to h. J. KAF- FENSPi.mjEK, real estate omce, sommii street, Toledo. "IVAXTED- -ATTENTIVE READ ERS of MABLEY'S large clothing adver tisement, m anotner column. pops TAXf EDPROPERTY Some To- T ledo property for wi ll located Kaneas lands. Appiv to W...

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. — 25 December 1874

FRIDAY, DEC. 25, 1874. PAT for the Year 1875 and get the handsome Chromo, "Flora's Offering." LOCAL MATTERS. Croghan Street. The Council on Monday night last opened the bids for the paving of Croghan street, but as yet have not made any award. There were eight bid ders, four from Toledo, two from Cleve land, one from Sandusky and one from Fremont Novel Illumination. If we are correctly informed Messrs. Bucklaud & Son's store is to present quite a novel and interesting appearance on Christmas eve, on which occasion their store windows are to be illumin ated with beautiful variagated transpar ent lamps and Chinese lanterns in honor of old Santa Clans. An Enterprise. An elevator company has been formed, and the intention is to erect a large ele vator fronting on the Late Shore road. and extending back to Wayne street They have already purchased the lot be longing to Mr. Jackman, and will com mence building within thirty days. E. H. UnderhilL E. Moore and others are interested in th...

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. — 25 December 1874

Poetry. DESIRE. BY MATTHEW ARNOLD. Thou, -vvlio, dost dwell alone Thou, who dost know thine own Thou to whom all are known From tlis cradle to the grave Save, oil, save ! From the world's temptations, From tribulations ; From the fii:rce anguish Wherein we languish ; From tho torpor deep Wherein we he asleep Heavy as d:ath, cold as the grave ; Save, oh, save ! When the tu,v&, growing clearer, ik-es Gxl no nearer ; When the soul, mounting higher, To God comes no nigher, But the aichfiend Pride Mounts at her side, Foiling her high emprise Sealing her eagle eyes, And, when sJie fain would soar, Makes idols to adore ; Changing the pure emotion Of her high devotion To a siin-d.)ep sense Of her own eloquence ; Strong to deceive, strong to enslave Save, oh, 6ave ! From the ingrain'd fashion Of this earthly nature That mars thy creature; From grief that is but passion, From mirth that is but feigning, From tears that bring no healing; From wild and weak complaining; Thine old strength r...

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. — 25 December 1874

For the Journal. OCCASIONALS. All About Toledo. This city is" really donning metropoli tan airs. Its name is romantically Span ish, its people decidedly Young Ameri can, its location relatively advantageous, its natural difficulties apparently insur mountable, and its growth little less than wonderful. . At the head of the lake, river aad canal navigation, the terminus of many long lines of railroad, and on tht great thoroughfare connecting the Atlantic with the Pacific, if it does not become a great and powerful city, its inhabitants will be at fault Less than : half a century since its site was tha do main of the red man and the wild beast twenty years later, lots now held at $1,500 per foot front, sold for little more than $50; its population nearly eqrals 45,000, and its present limits can easily accommodate ten times that number. It has dug down mountainous ridges, i converted water into streets, drained iairv swamps, constructed street em bankments throngh bottomless pits, bui...

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. — 25 December 1874

Site gxmmt f ouvunl FRIDAY, DEC. 23, 1874. LOCAL MATTERS. TWO Spli-ndid Cliromos, one Superi or Weekly Paper and one Monthly Paper for the small sum of S2.S0. "o family so poar bnt it can aflor THEM. Subscribe at once. Personal. We under-stand that Mrs. Tcppiug, daughter of Mrs. B. Anisdcn, of tlas city, is on a temporary visit to her moth er, having recently arrived from Colorado. Birchard Library. Thi3 institution will be closed on Christmas and Xew Year days, the rules of the association being that it sliall observe such holidays as are recognized by our banks. Birchard Monument. The magnificent aJid costly ornament to the memory of the late Sardis Bireh ard, Esq., ia now in place in Oakwood Cemetery and presents a very imposing appearance, being a lasting testimony also to the credit of our respected citi zens, ilessrs. Purdy & Gust, to whom its erection was entrusted. Commissioner's Meeting. The Last meeting of the county Com miasioners, tins year, took place on Sat urday, ...

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. — 1 January 1875

VOL. 47.! FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1875. NO. 1. GRAND DISPLAY OF mil. ilLLii,&, '.CO. Don't fall to exnmlnpour wtnck of Hpntlnsf and audi lie Arguud Parlor Ileuter, a fh- best has given miiverntil ualiBtactiuir THE MANSARD AND Are not &..t.lrfl as flm-clf m ( ookfn? Stoves. A Carpenters room nnd House r C 11 . DILLON . & t !' ! t V hnp 1 npnl- liiti(iwitYir fWilt Attun t 11 I . . ' '" 1 any one vim wuiua tu imauuie, cu i itm io ov wiiitu 1 ONE-PRICE ORYjpDS HOUSE 153 SUMMIT STEET, TOLEDO. (Mablev's Old Stand.) Grand Display of 'Fall & "Winter Goods. Entire New Stock at AstoniaWngly Low Prices.! DRESS GOODS! DRESS600DSLDRESS GOODS! . ni-'EKIf'S OWN BUCK ALPACAS vntn pnro l.lnen cross thread, which not only adds x ncy are 01 Heavy welclil, mie textilM. lucl rl .vU.B viij vi .unuv, , iiw. io, ATX WOOL CASHMEHES PRESS CLOTHS Vance from ths r Wool serge an an MiK.i very stynsu tor lait'B' Mini enrl .1 tickets. hPECTAL ISA HO A 17? H In Blankets, ...

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. — 1 January 1875

THE OUTSIDE DOG IN THE FIGHT. Here is a sharp sntiro on a lnrjre clam of people who will probably bo tlio first to comlomn the ryiiicitf goltishnnss that is the kpynoto of the gong. It wuswritr ton apropos of the Brooklyn sc.muiil il t..i. t, i. by!. uiw uiuuumiiM tiouu l am; Ton mny sing of your dog, yonr hot - torn Jog, Or of any ilog that you plcaso, I go for the dog, tlio wise ohl dog, Tlint knowingly takes his etiso, Aral, wngging his til outside, tlie ring, Keeping always liis bone in sight, Cares not a pin, in his wiso old head. For either dog in the fight. Not his is bono that they aro for, And why should any dog sail in With nothing to gain.but a certain chance To loose his own precious skin ? There may be a few, perhaps, who foil To see it in quite this light; But when the fur flies I hod rather be The outside dog in the fight I know there are dogs, most generous dogs, Who think it quite tlio tiling To take the part of tho bottom dog And go yelping into the ring. I core no...

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. — 1 January 1875

SCIENTIFIC. Spontaneous Coiibistio n Hat. Then are doubtless many farmers who have ex perienced sudden nnd dostructivo conflagra tions !d their hoy loft, which could not be ascribed to any exterior agency. Barns hare been known to burst into flume, almost without warning, save perhaps s significant odor, for a few dnys previously, around the places whore the tiny was stored, and a sum mers' harvest is swept nwny in as many min utes as it has taken days to gather it. These unexpected conflagrations are generally ac credited to tramps who hnvc made the hay loft their sleeping retort, but it is now as serted that such calamities are frequently due to tho spontaneous combustion of the bay, a circumstance theoretically quite pos sible, but rarely considered. Abbe Moigno, in Lcs Mondcs, gives the following as the thcjry of the phenomenon : liny, when piled damp, and in too large masses, ferments and tnrns dark. In decomposing, suflicient heat is developed to be insupportable when the hand...

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. — 1 January 1875

Popular Column. Small Alrertirwut vf Fnr Sii', For R if, , fimL Wttnii-d i'n rtftL in thi eilinnn. h ive ti"M or Ut 'i'wtttt'ftw f nf.. h'nrh nlltf'":nl ' Fir On fa. h'ttrh a -if'f-i't'nl itifrrtwn 'ire (nfa jwr h'tit. Fntntwut ttt mi fa At t. Wanted. 'f AN'IEl ) l'UtCHANF.US FOK Tin mmml iti-k of Isi jic Biijtlr 'Prt't H, iiml hIo a jrtKKt Mf'k of nil ticeo, fcr i'tthnr. Alfo IVrv !i, hcrry, Pt'nr, OuilK r nnd Kvi-rirrcwi. (irn)H' Viri nitrt Snrill FniiTu, which I ifuttnuit'.' us In cjimlity, nml wll At ner! up low flf the !owi'"t. l(t"M' .....1 Vi. ......... ...... ...its iiu.1 l.f I..! lr...l.l 11. all unci riatnin. M-16 J. M I 1 11 M "II ft. T TK I) 1KA HI IF CL CHliU M Nos Kvcry sulipc-riWr to the .Toi-hnau who pave from -Inn. 1, lsTfs, to .Tnti, 1. I'-Trt, will gi-t ropy ot tin' nnfl cnrnmn, "i-nirm imhtim-'. rl;:D FAinrt? - Small, mi-1 T l proyi fnrnn. wiiiiiti mi mli- ot Tolwio, ior improvi'il lunil In tlmt rlty. Apply to II.. I. It AF t'KNKI'KKUER, real t-aliito oft! Summit...

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. — 1 January 1875

, . . , , . FI1IDAY, JAN. 1, 1875. LOCAL MATTERS. TWO Sjilcmlid CliromosjOiiP Superi or Weekly Paper and one Monthly Paper for llie small sum of 82.KO. n family so poor lint It ran nffor THEM. Subscribe nt once. Never miilVr long from a Cough. At this ngo of the world, whrn you eon get Ayer's Cherry Tctoml, it is a crimimd ncgloct if yon ilo not cure it. Bo wine in time. A Fine Boiler. We noticed, during the past week, while casually looking into the boiler shop of Mr. 8. A. June, of this city, that he had a very large boiler under hand for an cngino of 100-horse power, to be placed in the extensive' mill of Messrs. r.rnnon k Higljee, of Bollevue. Card. The ladies of St. Ann's their grateful acknowledgments to their mnny friends of this city whose liberal ity during the late fair contributed to make it successful. They are pleased to be able to state that the proceeds w ill amount to about Sl.OOO. , Lecture. Eev. Hbsry O. Sheldos, of Oberlin, Ohio, delivered a highly interesting and...

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. — 1 January 1875

Poetry. GOOD NIGHT. AVlirn tvb have said (ioo'l-niglit, And nbut tlic door, Oft, till tlio taper's light Is nt, onoo mure AU the day's mirth and nio Come:! buck n'ain, AVhilo tlio dim tii;nT" light Wain more ami more, A:ul slmt the door. Xor the War snys Good-night, Ami shut tlio door; Fades tlio Are, viiiiob the light, Wain-1 more ami more. Hurl:! how the midnight Ix.llfl Tolled mournfully, JIonu out their lust farwelln, Old Yew, to thee; Ouee th y with great delight Hailed theo before Now thon mut say Good-night, And si mt the door. Onco v.e shall say Guod-uight And i-'iiut our door, Vi'hile, !ia the. toper's light Wane'! mure mill more, "m Just eve OMlenp we fall (To (renin of day) AVe ahull retravol nil Tho Yoot'h long way, While, tho dim taper's light Waues more and more, AVhen v. ith otir last Good-iiight, VTe'vo aunt tho door. But wh.m we've paid Good-night, Ami :Jiut our door, Oft dream wo what delight Morn hath in store; And, wiieu the Old Year's done, We, ere wo sleep, Tru...

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. — 1 January 1875

AGRICULTURAL. " Tbs Yocno Max and Ttis Farm." The following extract; from a recent ad dress by Trof. Wickson, of Utira, is note Worthy : " With the mlvnnce of farming as science will come a better opinion of the farmer's position nmong men. Every year intelligence and true micocss are winning wider recognition in social circles. Among old opinions which must Tnnisli is the pop ular view thnt n farmer is outside the line ol social and political advancement. This op inion, although it has been widely held, has always been a fallacy, a mistake of nar row minds. The young men are blinded by it. They have left farms because this cross eyed view of lifo has been forced upon them by foolish people. They have been persuaded that desertion of the farm was an entrance to glory. How great an error this has been. All history gives the lie to suoh belief. A man upon a farm is not 'out of the world' as some would think. How far an occasion can reach to grasp its hero, I do not know. But I believe...

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. — 1 January 1875

t he ff rcwont journal F!iII-Y, JAN. 1, 1H7'.. LOf.lL, JtM.tTTKItS. I'AV fur tlio Ycnr 1H5 and jrrt tlie kmIsoMii( liromo," Flora's OflVriiig." LOCAL MATTERS. And Yet Another. The novel rtitry, tiiuliT iliito of Tnos iliiy, tin; in tho register book nt tlio KhUt Houm-i "Miss Holding, don't pay any liilln" nmply accounts for Mr. F. 1). Jleluing, the worthy proprietor, having enjoyed such a merry CUriwlnms, which we hopo may bo succeeded many happy Xew Years to him and interesting yo;uiglndy arrival. I'? A Fine Daughter. Jake Hoiuienmiacher is universal! known as a genial youth-but this! Christmas was favored with a present; that made, him even happier than Uo whispered to his uncle "it is a female boy 11 J without the basket" but a dame botter versed, assures us it was a hand-ho some daughter 12 pounds avoirdupois. Jake h.in our eoiiKratidutions in his eou - viviality. The Old "Zeigler House." Wo understand that u w&. Side, kept for two years past by Henry Oehs, was sold for 33,3...

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. — 8 January 1875

it nflltT f Jf01ll!f!l treinoii utr VOL. 47. FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1375. NO. 2. 0WRICE DRY GOODS HOOS 153 SUMMIT STEET, TOLEDO. (Jlublev's Old Stand.) Grand Display of Fall & Winter Goods. o Entire New Stock at Astonishingly Low Prices. ' DRESS GOODS! DRESSG00DS! DRESS GOODS! (IITM'S OWN ItLACK ALPACAS Recommend theinsrlrra to nil. 'i'licv arc mmlc with pure Linen crop? thrrttri, whieli not only adds to their bcaulv, lnit.ni!iUeathe colur luiclim:;enll.. 'l'hey are of heavy weight, line texture, mid nn the clieapeiit Alpaca In AnicnVa. VVe nri' lite .Sole Agents lor the Citv ot Tolodo. N. 10, M, SI' l, No. an, Jo, 40, No. 2.1, .No. 27. We are selling. ALL WOOI, C'ASIlMEBKS-Vl rRKSH CLOTHS for CO. wry flm- vnrdu vcldc for l, (icorrh ft In fill the shailcs. KM--iv.lrth Irk . I'l ftK MOIIAIH BIIIM.IASTIXKS. nt a small nd- c worth r'ic. A 1,1. vaiu atiom thi' tort of imMllic-tlol!. Al.l, t tll.OHS IAiO.NAL Slilllili V OOI, KKKUK AMI IMAOONAI H, very ftnc...

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. — 8 January 1875

MAKING NEW VERA'S CALLS. BY G. A, BAKER., JR. Hliining patent Wtlicr, Tio Of SpotlffW whit Thronsrh tm muddy we L.wr f Rualimg round till night. OnttorH nil o'orllowing Like Niagara I'ails; Wens ine 1 this ;r iilttmiiit, Making Xew Year's Calls. Kniming up the doorstep, Kinging nt the bell "LmlinB rwwive calls to-ilivj ;" Yrw, sir," "Very well!" Smnling iu your jmstebonnl, M'aiting in the halls; Bless me ! this is jiliwvuit, Making New Tear's Calls. Ktepping in the parlor, Bowing to the floor, Ltly of the liousn there, ' Half a dozen more; Ladies' dresses gorgeous, Kibbons, waterfalls; ' Mess me 1 this is pleaonnt,, Waking New Tear's Calis. "Wish yon happy Xew Year." "Many thanks, I'm sare." "As many calls as usual?" "No, I think they're fewer." Staring at the carpet, Gazing at the walls; Bless me ! tliia is pleasant, Making New Year's Calls. "Koilly, I miiRt go now; Wish I had more leisure." "Won't you take a glass of wine ! " "Thank yon, with much pleasure. Try to come the gracefu...

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. — 8 January 1875

From All the Year Round. From All the Year Round. GROWING-UP. O, to kocp tlii'm Htill nrouiul us, hnby iliirlinps, rmh nnd mro, "Mother's" smilo their plpnmirn crown ing, "mother's" kiss their sorrow's cure ; O, to keep tho waxen touches, sunny curls, nnd ntilimit eyeu, rattcriiif? feet, nnd eager vriittlenU jonng life's lost Pnrndise! One bright hend above tho other, tiny hands tlmt clung and cliisned; Little forms, that, close enfolding', all of Love's best gifts were grnsned; Sporting in the summer sunshine., glanc ing round the winter hearth, Bidding all tho bright world echo with their fearless, careless niirlh. O, to keep them; how they glnddened all the path from day to day, What gny dreams we fashioned of them, as in rosy Bleep they lay; . How each broken word was welcomed, how each struggling thought was hailed, As each bnrk went floating seaward, love bedecked and fancy sailed ! (Hiding from our jenlonswatohing, glid ing from our clinging holding hold, Go I the brave leave...

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. — 8 January 1875

Popular Column. M yrfr,,-K-.,.i(.,.r.r.Srt. for.f. (..(. t'onad, u--(l i,irin( in thin tnltimn. hr In iv n'ti-pre i !!,. f i. rwci,fi..mu (i,., AW Viix. r.Vifn (liM'rintial yrr ,'. itr. Yi;r.i,.i m aii-oiNM im itibn A ire (Viifn , ; ll'nntril. WANTED I'lKCHAHKKH run I linve 1 il'O H my Kruit TriVKHtnl Niir"iTV Mork. AD IHItlllBl ti-k fit Utlfr aiitil jwl !( k ( nil hbi'i. tar fi'ttinsr Aln I'. ni-li, , t;rje in. us ti innlily, tirrry, 1 Vr, ltitlf? ;ml JV "cn-t-i nitil Htuall Krnitt. whli h I unmitiitBt in II nt im ih nt m ft' the urn 1 It Cull mid .-.niiilne. M-IH .1. Ml 1 11 mm .-iir?iiv one mini w t-i ui nmiri.-in 1 1 inn. 1IUUK. AtTAVrKb JSFAUTlt'UTj C'lltU) - M MOS Kyi-it MihwrlWr to trip JornSAL. wIki tiny fmm .liui. 1, IST. to .Inn, 1, is; it. til -'l a oiiiv nr tho ttnp chroiiHi, Kl'im'Fi OIlcriitL'." Al f ANTKI) FA 11 MS Hinnll. im- prnytii furraii. within mi niiii-i. n! Oiiisiii, Imtim-.Hil limit in Unit r!IT. A KKNSl'KltllKIt, rail inuito ott! To!..,l... .(ill y to II. J....

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