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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 8 January 1875

(the wmont gournnl FKTDAY, JAN. 8, ,1875. LOCAL MATTERS. TWO Splendid CliromoM, one Suporl or Weekly Taper and one Monthly Paper for the small aum of 82. KO. No family so poor lint It can afTor THEM Snlmeribe at onee. Cioaks for tho new year new briiruls and the finont lenf warranted to iilonse, call at ri'Rvis', ou State Htreet, mid try for yourself. The best and cheapest in the city. Bkf.p being a lending essential to sup port the constitution of all men, those who are wise will lose no time in ac quainting themselves with a fine sample of "pressed corn boef," only GOc per can, now wiling at Stai'hmyer & Go's, Front street. RELIEF FOR NEBRASKA. RELIEF FOR NEBRASKA. Extracts from Letters---Intense Sufferings RELIEF FOR NEBRASKA. Extracts from Letters---Intense Sufferings —Deaths from Starvation to RELIEF FOR NEBRASKA. Extracts from Letters---Intense Sufferings —Deaths from Starvation to Provide for Families---Every one to the Rescue. As the deep sympathetic feelings of the comm...

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. — 8 January 1875

On The River. The Mint L's flush wn over nil ; Tin rnfm-tl emtio en the bright, Keflex tin kirk tho Wentem niys, Hroiiii il all u;low With tf.-ldeU light. Vo lrif!i il on, my lovennd T; The riw r bore m on lis bivat, ItiarM nnw-nl t.iwurd. thu crimson glow Tin' rnilii'iii ulory of tho Wcsi, Our oars l;iv idle, while our bout Slow nltlcT um-n tho plnnd ntrrnm; Softly vrv t-fko, a though tvu feared Xo trc;tk tho magic of the dream. The brji ze -rom oor the vine-clan lulls, Thnt gently swept our bout along Bore tu our ean from off the shore Thu sound of iasuuU evening song. In fiiful snatcho rnme the found, Oft (lint in M inting chorda the strain; Sow women's oie.e-., into nnd clear, Took up once laoro the sweet refrain- So pa-d tho lime, ami sunset's flush Had ly fnded into night; And niMing ri i r, bank, and tower, Thu in ouu aroeO with silvery light. The 1at faint cciio of the song llml do d aw,:ivt and iiaimht was ucarxt v fcnve tlti' taint ri i pie uf the waves, 1U fcoiii hern bie...

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. — 8 January 1875

Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune. THE WISCONSIN ELDORADO. A Story Told by Two Miners who Came Down with Their Dust. MUiWavkke, Dpem1r 18. A singu lar and almost nminntic story of a pold disoovory in tho WiwonRin northern wihlnnioKHcnmo to light to-tlny. It np lpnrthnt in November two men dressed like laborers called nt theofii of JJr. Candee, bnnker, Miuliignu street, and asked if he bought gold-dust, nt the same time showing a bug of gold-bearing quartz. After some conversation, the banker sent off tho bag to tho assay of fice, New York, and in due course re ceived back the regular office returns, with a remittance at tho rate of 7,700 per ton. He appeared overjoyed at the result of the assay. Ho said at first that it was quartz they had brought from California. Afterward he said they had been digging a celler in a city in the north part of the State, and had found it Some days elapsed, and the other man called for confirmation of his partner's story. After some cross-questi...

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. — 8 January 1875

Htc rcinoiit goutnal F KU ) A Y7 J A N.87" 1 LOCAL MATTERS. l'AY for tlie Year 1875 find pet the uni1mi- ClirowoKlonrs Ollerliig." LOCAL MATTERS. LOCAL MATTERS. Tramps. Xotwitlislpn ling tins Into sluu-ri Tvonth er, tininps Imve been eiienlating freely, our "oily liirtl cn.gv" having" necommo tlnteil nbout n wore this j-eiir, nlrrulr, Home of whom were strongly suggestive of beinir "luiiil ciwos. Matrimony. Tlie rotmim of the Probate Judge bIriw Unit nnit : iiuouiai ulliiinees lire on the iuervnse. Tlure were tliirty-tliree tvouMiufti lnvl month, as ngniiiHt only twenty-four in November, while Li Pe- cember of IS?!! there iwro only thirty A li ciil''il in1 rovemeiit. Marriage. At tho residence of the officiating mill inter, recently, by the Kev. W. Whit- tujgton. Mr. B. Hyatt, to Mian Kal Peters, lxitli of this count'. Though the above notice was received in due time, we regret, from an oversight, its' publication has been delayed a week. mm m- m The Ice Crop. Wo are not likely to h...

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. — 15 January 1875

(taunt 0111151 VOL. 47. FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1875. NO. 3. J ONE-PRICE DRYGOODS HOUSE PETTEB c? HOWE, 153 SUMMIT STEET, TOLEDO. (Mablev's Old Stand.) Grand Display of Fall & Winter Goods. Entire New Stock o- DRESS GOODS! DRESS GOODS! DRESS GOODS! QUEEN'S OWN BLACK ALPACAS Recommend themselves to all. They are made with pure Linen crops thread, which not only adds to their leiity. hut inskesthe color unchangeable. Thev are of heavy weight, flue texture, and are the cheapest Alpaca tn America. We are the Bole Aguun (or the City of Toledo. No. 10, Mo. 90, Mo. SO, No. 40, No, 23, No. 27. We are selling. AT,L WOOL CA9ITMKHES IV yards wide for ft, (worth ft 4") tn all the new shades. BM PRE.SS CLOTHS for 600-very One worth Inc. PUKE MOHAIR BHILLI ANTINEM. at a small ad vance from the cost of production. ALL COLOHS DIAGONAL RKIMiU, STwc worth 50c. ALL WOOL SKIUiE AND DIAGONALS. Tery tine. In all shades. DOI BI.K-FACEU BASKET GOODS, all wool very stylish fo...

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. — 15 January 1875

THE DIFFERENCE. MAN. If ho wonrs ft pond a at, Lift ltim up, lift hira up; Though bo's but a bloat, Lift hira up. If he's not common stnisc, Anil bowls n few pence, Lift him up. 11 hia fncp shows no nh.imc, Lift him up, lift him up; Though crimo is hia nnine, Lift him up, lift him up; Though disgmcu bo his wport, Lot your diughtora hiin court Lift him up. MAN. WOMAN. If a womim oure errs, Kick her down, lack her dowa ; If miHfortuno is hers, Kick her down. Though her tours flow like rain, And she no'er smile again, Kick her down. If a man breaks her heart, Kick hor down, kick her down; Redouble the einart Kick her down. And if in low condition, On, on to perdition, Kick her down ! A REVEREND RASCAL. Arrest of a Well-Known German Minister for Forgery—Lange alias Miller. Many English-speaking as well as Ger man citizens, says the Cleveland Herald, will remember very well Rev. Dr. Lange, who preached not long ago on the cor ner of Erie and Ohio streets, and some will remember him to th...

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. — 15 January 1875

DON'T RUN IN DEBT. Don't run iu debt iioror mind, never mind ' ' , , If your clothes ftio nil fiulod end torn; Fix them np, mivke them do; it is better by fur i Than to have tho heart weary n"d; worn. Who will lovo you tho more for the sot,by of your hat, ! Or your ruff, or the tio of your shoo, The stylo of your boots or shade cravnt, If they kuowyou're iu debt for the now? let mo beg of you, don 't They'll lit yonr back better than any new , Unless they are paid for-with gold. 1 . Oood friends, let mo beg of you, run in debt, If the chairs tuid the sofa are old; If tho house is too small, draw the clo ser together, i Keep it warm with a hearty good will; A big ono, unpaid for, in all kinds of weather, Will soud to tho warm heart a chill. Don't run in debt dear girls take a hint, If tho fashions have changed since last season; Old Nature is out in the very same tint, And Old Nature, me thinks, has some reason. But just say to your friends, I cannot nfford To spend time to keep np w...

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. — 15 January 1875

Popular Column. frmUl AlwrfirmrntA nf For Sat, For fi(, .f, Frnmif, HVintVd tJMt rtrt in thi Yimrt, f ir hnm or M 2fr'i-Jlw On. AW nihiitiral tin Watttett. TANTEIVruitCHA8KK8 FOR T my Fmtl Trnnnd Nnrpry Stock. I h.ivt itn umiMml Mock ot nrfc itpplA Trvw, Mid alw a pood RttK'k Of Hit ARCS, tT "tt!l)(f. AIjmi fVncli, ;hrry, lVnr, VulnreMid Everirwn, (.mpe Vimn Mid Small Kniirp, which I jfiinrniit' as tr qiinitiy, Btd T prifw as low st thu UvM. Kfnidencu and nrtery one mile wrst 01 Krmrnn.i itrpoi. Call mm) xamlnc. M-16 J. MR'HMOHK. AXANTEI) BEAUTIFUL CHllO- t MOS ETory sniPcribrr to the JurnxAL. who pays from Jan. 1, 17.1, to Jnn, 1, 17t.. will gut ft eopy oi trie tine enromo, "Mora imf-rinsr." 1 TILL PROPERTY FOR SALE. J.T L The Mill Property of Downs and Co., in the city oi rremont, onto, with the wnrer-power, lands and tenements connected therewith are now ottered tor sale at jrreat bargain, (n order to close on estate. For p&riiuiiArs inquire it the mill office or address KELL...

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. — 15 January 1875

FRIDAY, JAN. 15, 1875. LOCAL MATTERS. TWO Splendid Chromoa,one Superi or Weekly Taper and one Monthly Paper for the small snm of S2.80. Jio family so poor but it ran aflor THEM. Snbdcrlbe at once. At the election of officers at the first National Bunk on Tuoedny liutt, the old bonrcl of Directors and officers were re elected. Resolve, if yon are wise, that during the present year yon will smoke only such cigars as are made by Purvis, State street, Fremont. Finb eggs large eggs new eggs and cnenp eggs, you mil always get, "as sure as eggs is eggs," at Statjsmyeh 4 Co.'s grocery, on Front street; as also the freshest butter in town. Those who are about to build will find that by purchasing their glased sashes now of Mr. Marshall, St. Clair street, Toledo, will effect a very large saving. Write or call at onoe for terms. To Staubmyer & Co., you always should go For purest coffees and tea The cheapest they soil, and treat you all well, Give a trial order and see. Wb notice that repl...

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. — 15 January 1875

The Wedding Veil. I(-nr Anna, when I bnniprht her veil, tier n liiic veil, on .er wielding nip-tit. Throw Vr my thin brnwn lmir tt (olds And, lui.y'ii..;, turned, mo to the light. 'jurf, r."rio, pre! yon wear at Inst Tlic lrit';i1 t ii, forswum for years!" She wi v.- my f'ci -her l;tn-ili whs hushed, Iier li:tp;y rjt wore lillvd with tears. With Uivily ,m!' and trembling hand fchi litv :iiv i th EIU7A' IllUf. mi.-.,' -: i ... ,. t.. ..- llrr N.vi v; !ip ny forehead kiaf-ed. We ptv.ed trKn cut the searehintj light, The Siiniuirr n i .lit was calm and fair; I did 11. v see her .dtying uyes, I ft-H her toft h;,ud smooth my hair. Iter tend-r love ti.tlorkcrt my heart; M',il falii tc:tr-t at la-tt I said, "Fen-worn, inh to'me that veil, Because I oulj love the dead!" She stood one tn-ment statue-Milt, And, mntiii;:, te,-aKC in undertone, "The liviMT love nay colder ffrow; The deitrt is wife with tied alone!" RESCUED FROM CAPTIVITY. Without exception Mark Trnfton was the handsomest man I ...

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. — 15 January 1875

Our Philadelphia Letter. PHILADELPHIA, January 4, 1875. THE NEW CONSTITUTION. It is a noteworthy fact thnt within month from tho time of tho ndoption of of tho prem'tit Coimtitution of I'rnns.Tl- vania by n mnjcritj of 144,000, n tiill wns presonloil by Hrnntor Riilnn direct ing tho niipomtmmit of n commission to revise a Constitution then senrcrly month old. Mr. Rutnn's lull passed and the Commissioners appointed nndi-r that Act have land sevornl meetings in this city their Inst meeting was held during tho last weok in December. regret that I cannot fully inform your readers what this revisory board pro- poso doing, as tho member with whom I conversed, whilo generally garrulous, is as reticent upon this subject as a first class statesman. THE NATION'S JUBILEE. Tho New Year opens auspiciously for the Centennial cause. Tho official ac ceptance by Great Britain of the invi tation extended by tho government of the United States to take part in tho In ternational Exhibition ha given ver...

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. — 15 January 1875

FRIDAY, JAN. 15, 1875. LOCAL MATTERS. PAY for tho Year 1875 and got the handsome Chromo, "Flora's OnVrlng." Fine Arts to Perfection. We oonprutulate Mr. O. J. rosooo, onr city ortint, on one of the most natur al pictures of lug life it ia a fine boy. May the professor long enjoy renewed happy ftRnociution each 5th of January. New Map of Gibson burg. Wo recently noticed, in the office of the County Auditor, a very neatly exe cuted mnp of Gibsonburg, Madison township, as it was rooently replntted by Mr. J. Evan3, our county Surveyor, to whom it does ample credit. Business Change. ilie storo, lor Bome tune past con ducted by Mr. Harry Dwollio, near the depot, on Croghan street, has very re cently changed hands, and is now being rnn with the utmost vigor by a son of Mr. Andrew Stino, of this city. Next Probate Court. Tho prospects for business at the next session of tho probcte court are exceed ingly Blim, only one case being got en tered. There are two prisoners in the jail, for the cr...

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. — 22 January 1875

tiff VOL. 47. i'ipit m 7 Si til 44 FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, OfJE-PRICE DjWGGODS H0US XESTTJSieS c? HOWE, 153 SUMMIT STEET, TOLEDO. (Mablev'w Oltl Stand.) Grand Display of Pall & Winter Goods. Entire New Stock at Astonishingly Low Prices. DRESS GOODS! DRESSGOODS! DRESS GOODS! -ui! T " .7 "'"!A"-"'-ommend themselves to nil. Thcv re mnd, jJ.'i'.SII'J't Cf" "'fpad, whirl, not only adds to their bounty, but makes the color nncu ,!T J rf .,..,.,...,,, iiu.w,w,w,nu.ii, weareselllng. AT.T, Wnnr. r ifliTrij'iij,a 1 - ... . Penes, Nottingham Lace Curtain.. V .L nr.nl. Vm, m.i JTJ' 'an . 'J!'.?.?"''!." h -0 ""ter- worthUBO. ' " "apimniri per aoM i, well rVnriow Ua.ha. TIMUIITUV 1 VTt l'VTiL'Ul'L,i U in, a. .... . i ok i wi i q w t -j. i " rr: " . ,u." p""Bi eairaneiry, inc. n. i ift. T. . ' w. Jnermu 1-niwtT.", m nuTcn. in all Blzcn. extra h,..v, t ' iT.L,. burr, in ail w, extra hrwvy, Mr, 76c, OTc to $1 Sft. Mon's Merino Drawers, in .( i T... vumic Hauruiu iiraw...

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. — 22 January 1875

THE MESSAGE. President Grant on the Louisiana Rebellion. An Able Review of the Constitutionality of His Action. WASHINGTON, January 13. The following messngo of President Grant, tn the Louisinna rebellion, won road before both houses of Congress yes tordBy : I have the honor to make the follow ing answer to a Senate resolution of tho 8th instant, asking for information aa to any interference by any military officwr or any part of the army of the United States with the organization or proceedings of Ihe General Assembly of the State of Louisiana, or either branch thereof, and also inquiring in regard to the existence of armed organizations in that State hostile to tho government thereof, and intent on overwhelming such government by force. To say that lawless men, turbulence and bloodshed have characterized the political affairs of that State since its organization nnder the reconstruction acts is only to repeat what has become well known aa part of its unhappy history. But it may be...

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. — 22 January 1875

From Suribner's Monthly. THE OLD HOME. An ont-door quiet held the onrth Jfcmoftth the winter moon, The orickot chirped in cosy mirth, And the kettle crooned npon the hearth, A Bweet, old-fashioned tune. The old clock ticked a drowHy race, "With the clicking of the cricket, And red coals in the chimney-place Trooped out with many a rone face, Liko berries in a thicket. The crano's arm empty, stuck out stiff, And tinware on the shelves Twinkled and winked at every gliff, In the flickering fire-light, as if They whispered to themselves. The good dame, in her mnflled cap, Counted her stitches slowly, And the old man, with full many gap, Bead from the Big Book on his lap The good words, wiso and holy. The old clock clicked; the old man read, His deep voice pausing, lowering; The good wifenodded, dropped her head; The lids of both were heavy as load; They were sound asleep and snoring, Oh, hale old couple! sweet each dream, While all the milk-pans tilting Puss paints her whiskers in the c...

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. — 22 January 1875

gcpuliu (Tolmmu Rma'l A'lrrti?mnt nf hir Sal. For .,.,. tinem or Ttrnitit- firr f Wif. rt'u'ii'inrtf if Vint Vent. lUtc'h tiltlitnal it4vttiin f'irt i'ruli pr iiiw, J'atutsnt in atlritni-c. I'nmtil. "IOUND On TueM.iy, .Tun. 12, 1H7 M nil l'rii Ui..,.. I.' ..I Ui.l,, f it-niiirr I'oekrthonk. rontatniiis moin-v, whMi ihf J. A. l,0Vl.rM.tBliinA"l.rhr-K..iiU(lry. i j i ii 1. 1 1 ' j T OUT On Monday the 11th inst., be- .litwrrn Fremont umi' MikIki'v, imve liiooim KliRWl. whirli the HinliT Mill pteine rtrlurti lo Mr. ' .1. KOIII), nt the H ill llmuv. Ir.'umiit. who is ml- IhoriRcd to iwv aititiilili' rrwiinl lor thr- Ktiilt. 4-f I ' ' . , ..... , --telegrams OS1 On luesdar, Jitit. l!)th, be- Jtweifi Ntnto ami )a. rim Ntrivt.. on Front, y,TSTF1"",,,"7 I!1"! llln,''1l,ll,'Ullery, KMHt Si(h', n lr:ithi-r I'mkiitbook 4 1 1 1 1 1 n old, cm- i minim; niiimt Fcvcn iioiium nmi fidfi n ci'iit. Tiie i llndrr will bo rmtnblv lewanlcd liy n'tHrniiiL' It to i i he nnil.Tifii-.i. " A. w. hk ki.s. i FOK...

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. — 22 January 1875

he raflnt Journal FRIDAY, JAN. 22, 1875. LOCAL MATTERS. TWO Splondid Chromof,one Supfrl or Wefkly Taper nnd one Monthly 1'aper for the sum 11 sum of $2.80. 'o family o poor bnt it can afTnr THEM. Snhscrlbe nt once. One More. Aud now it is tho Rev. Mr. Chitten 1tn, miniHtor, of the F.pincopn.1 Church, who Inst week rejoiced over nn increase of another fine little daughter to his family. Tnr.RH ia notliing more enjoyable to most gentleman than a genuine smoke, which may invariably be met with at Fun vis & Co.'b, State Street, Fremont. A Young Son of "Vulcan." Tueadny of hist week was an occasion of rejoicing with Mr. George Beck, of Rallvillo, whose worldly possessions were increased to the extent of a fine son to protect his two daughters. George seems to fool good about it and so he should. Miss Thompson is offering unprece dented bargains in Fall and Winter Millinery goods for a Bhort season only. Must be cleared out to make room fbr the spring display. Fremont Feed Market. Tho...

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. — 22 January 1875

An Old Letter. I thnucM ll.rt ! had bl It years .ko; Ami yet tn-nlKhl I find it lying here. The ink looks fui.ed in Hip lamplifcht's glow And yet to me each wriiuni word Bhinpa clear, ' I thought Mat 1 Imd burned It years tro. I mind me of the night It mine to me My hnpjiy heart va. bcntiiift, Ik-hUhk to! The letter Inj imhenfcd on my knee. For wlmt erred I for letl-ev on thnt eve ? I twiik-d it i 1 1 y In my hnndt nain. Let lelti'rs come ur fto. I shnll not grieve lint come, my lover' (out full, up (he land I thought i hat 1 had burned it but thnt while I flat unci hatt'iicl for his trend, a Hpiico. Till somo one stood beside mu with a smile, And said: " Yon never rend your letters, timce?' I thutiht Mint 1 had burned it year' ajto; Btunowlmindmc, whon the litit words came, I started, ht ndiuK in the lire-light l;Ioy, And re.ul my lovers hand had writ my name, His lie.nd ! '4'1io letter mine to me, instead Of hurr. hiv, foo;U's up the moonlit lime And eaine, and Md me nevermore tha...

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. — 22 January 1875

From the Painesville Telegraph. FANNY'S TWO QUESTIONS. Funny, lcnning on my lcneo, With hor questions bothers mo "Uncle, you know everything? All about the biros ami bees, Flowers anil grass and loaves nnd trees; TJuclo you know everything! "Why do buttercups grow yellow While the violets grow blue? Tell mo, please, and tell me true, Thore's a dour old fellow)" Fanny raised her shining eyes Up to niino in swift surprise: "I thought you knew everything, Uncle, and I'm sure yon do, If you'll only tell me true: Why do rusty brown birds sing Sweetly, while bright birds are mutef Why are all the dull ones honest, While the gay ones steal the fruit? Don't you think it quite a pity Thoy can't be both good and pretty?" "Older heads than yours, my deario, Have been puzzled by this query, And may answer as they would; As for me, why fair and good On the same bough seldom grow, Really, Fan, I do not know!" A'MUCH INJURED WHITEHALLER. One night last week a Whitehall gen tleman was on a Troy tra...

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. — 22 January 1875

She f rcmont journal FRIDAY, JAN. 22, 1875. LOCAL MATTERS. 1AY for the Your 1S75 srot Hip kandKoiiipCiiromo, "Flora's Offering Itclliiqiient Land Slc. Thoro wiw sold tit the Court-l'outw, ou TueBdi'.y, nlxnit 100 tracts au J town lots to cover dnliiiquoiit tuxes. Quito a large number attended the bale aud there was Borne spirited bidding, Narrow Escape. Th fenmlo mimed Sypes, of Toledo, vhono "ejrjwrieuee" wo recently gare in the JontNAi, has been sot at large after a briof Hojouwi in our county juil pend ing a prowontion for bicainy. Tlie chief witness docliuing to give evidence the prosecutmK attorney entered a "nolle pronequi.". Those Hide Thieves. Marcus Cooley and EU Oliver, whom detective Moore apprehended hero on December 10th for stealing bides, west, were tried at Port Clinton, on Tuesday last. The prisoners wore tried separ ately, and Cooloy was convicted of pe tite larceny, but the owe against Oliver was being tried when our informant left. ' Capsized. A farmer riding on ...

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