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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 29 January 1875

pie litf ; f iiiiii. ; VOL. 47. FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 29,- 1375. no. 5. ONE-PRICE DJWGOODS HOUSE '. 153 SUMMIT STEET, TOLEDO.. (Mablev'H Old Stand.) Grand Display of Fall & Winter Goods. o Entire New Stock at Astonishingly Low Prices. DRESS GOODS! DRESSGOODS! DRESS GOODS! QCEFKf'S OW BUCK ALPACAS-Rwommenil themreWm to all. Tlmy nremrule with pure I.lncn crow thread, wbli li not only ndds to their bpaulv, hut mnkrn the color nnchangi-nhlc Thi-rare or hi avr weight. Hue tenure, nml are the cheapest A tpacaa In Amoricn. Wo are tlie Sole Again for the Olty ol Toledo. No. 10, So. So, No. 30, No. 40, No. 25, No. 7. Wo are idling tXj wo'' 'CASirMKRIW-1. yaHa wlrlo-fnr SI, (worth SI 4n) in all the new ahadea. KM. PRK.SH CLOTHS for Ooc-rery tine worth Trie. PI KK MOHAIH BKM.MANTINKS. at a amali 1 ad- m c inim me wi m pmoiiciion. AI.L. uriAjitn l'lAW(AI, WKNGK, Towcllnea, Flannels, Hnl.preada. Wh talO innter. aii Linen rapKinatorsi per uoan, well Ultfil UL'un. iv...

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. — 29 January 1875

A DAUGHTERS DEVOTION. A singular prison romnc hos just been di xvvonxl in tlio Cnnndinn penitentiary at; Kmijitori, where Elimbotli Jone hns bn confined for six ycnr for the murder cf her cousin, sentence having been prononaX'ed on bl own confession. Her father was executed for tl same crime, notwithstanding the declaration of the girl that the alone com mitted the deed, and that he was not gnilty indeed knew nothing of the murder. Sho has now admitted what has nlwnys been Hcncrally believed by the public, but by her self strenuously denied that her father was tbe murderer, and tliat sho bad accused ber 'U of the crime to shield him, und at his desire. She took no part in the crime, and was not aware of its commission till her fa ttier told her he had done it, and implored her to save him a task which she devoutcdly attempted and persisted in after it was hopeless. THE SPANISH "ZAMBOMBA." This is one of the most primitive of musi cal instrument. It is an earthen pot, sonie what like...

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. — 29 January 1875

SQUILLS. When I cot home last night, mid Squill, the old lady was op waiting forme. 1 knew there was something in soak. There always Is when she sits propped up in bed rending, and I knew it. , I wasn't fooling pmtty good, snid Squills, for I hd been whitewashed in the conven tion, sold out body, boots and breeches , and I felt like a board yard he-cat with his back hair curled the wrong side up. "Hare you got the nomination, Squill, dearT I knew she had seen the evening pnper, but I said "No, love," as mildly as if conven tions and all such snares were beneath my notice. "Not got the nomination, Mr. Squills?" "No Mrs. Squills, not that the court is aware of at this present writing. Certainly not." "Then what do you expect to get for all the whiskey you've been pouring down those fellows' throats ?" ., "What fellows' throats T" "Your friends who have been trampling in and out of my house, Mr. Squills, und borrowing your poor children's money, and running you into all kinds of disput...

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. — 29 January 1875

4f popular (Column. . .i.c-fiiwpf i. A.r Hu, , nn( w u n itmrnsa i mtm po'im. t r i. iv,i.v, Cfu A'-M..,1n; rt'rnts. P'trh nhi1"nial ttitrrtlvii J-tr. irtifA rvir. rru,-' u o.(cr. " ' e roNHit. JOCUN D On Tuesday on T"rnt Ntreel,, nertii . Jim. 12. IN' lh ot Hmfe tr. a ieatbtT PiirkinUtok, cnitlliiilir nionev, vhk!i the wm-r ron hv by iiieinitving iho mfni'. cuilon J. A. HOWU s, at B u" & Letir'n foundry. M-.ot. TOST Ou Monday the 11th itist.. be J twren Fremont arid Llmlncy, n tnrijo ltroeha -fthawl, which the tinder will plenum return to .Mr. J. KOHl), at the llnll llnusc, Fremont, who is au thorlaeil to pay a nitnlil. rew.ird fir the a.ime. 4-ft IOSI-On Tiiesdayr.Taii. lilth, be J tweeu Stale and Itairlmm-Mrcetf", oil Front, or lMtvpcn Fnmt slreet und hi residence on Ihe Kant Side, a leather I'nekethook quite old, con taining abont pevn doU.-ir antl lifted! cents. The Under will b(! suitably icrarded hy reSnrnimr It to Joe undcrslrned. A. W li KVKI.rl. "7"ANTE1 rUKC'HASEl'vH ...

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. — 29 January 1875

She grt want gfoutnnl FRIDAY, JAN. 29, 1875. TWO Splendid Chronic, onp Nnperl- or Weekly Taper nnd one Monthly Paper for the small mim of t2.H0. No family o poor bat It can affor THEM. Subscribe at once. Episcopal Convocation. Tbis coiivocntion wns opened on Tnesday, but Btill being in sofwion at the time of writing, we defer a more protracted notice till next week. Crackers, tUe choicest the nicest the freshest nnd cheapest, will be found at Staubmyer & Go's Four pounds for 25c. Produce Market. Wheat is coming in very slowly, $1 ; corn G2o shelled and 55c in the ear. Butter and eggs same as Inst week, Hoes henvv 87.80 nnd light 87.50. Clo ver seed is worth 80 and liny $18. New Razors and Knives at LEPrir man's. Try them and return them if not good. 5-7 Projected Fox Chase. Quite a number of the boys on the Fast Side, inspired with the sucoess at tending the late fox hunting expeditions on this side of the river, are energetically endeavoring to raise a "big meet" at an early da...

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. — 29 January 1875

COMING HOME. BY ALICE CARY. O brothers and aistars growing old, Do you all romeinlwr jot That home in the ahade of the r.mtling trooB, Whnro oupo our household mat f Do you know when we used J.o come from school, Through the Summer'! pleasaut hrat, With the yellow fonnol'B golden duxt. On our tired little feet? And sometimes in an idlo mood We loitered by the way; And ntojiped in the woods to gather flowers, And in the Holds to piny; Till warned by the doep'ning shadows' fall That told of the coming night, We climbed to the top of the last long hill, And saw our home in sight. And, brothers and sisters, older row Than she whose life is o'er, Do you think of the mother's loving face, That looked from the open door f Alas! for the changing things of time, That home in the dust is low; And that loving smile was hid from us, In the darkness, long ago. And we have oome to life's hut hill, From which our weary eyes Can aluioHt look on that home that shines Eternal in tho skies. So, brothe...

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. — 29 January 1875

A FEW PUZZLERS. When U water not water! When its dripping. What is a lamp-pout with ito lamp taken away? A lamplighter. Why ia a dog like a tree? Because both loose their bark when dead. When is a fowl's nest like a bell? When it is wrung for dinner. When is a cook like a Catholic official? When she is a fat fryer. What are they which, though always drunk are nerer intoxicated? Toasts. Why are umbrellas like pancakes? Because they are seldom seen after Lent. When does a farmer double up sheep without hurting it? When he folds it. In what rospeet does a locomotive re semble a dream? In coming upon Bloop ers. Why is a nervous lady like a police man? Because her mind is filled with apprehension. What word is that of which, if you take away the first letter, all will still re main? Fall. ' Why does a butcher stick splinters of wood in his meat? To s'kew'er it for his customers. Why does a widow feel her berenvemnt less when she wears corsets? Because she's solaced. What is that which a ...

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. — 29 January 1875

Che .f rmont gcimwl FllIDAT, JAN. 29, 1875. l.Ot'.U. .n.tTTllllS. PAT for the Year 1R75 and get the kaqdsome Ciiromo,"Fior'a Offering." Merited Success. An we ffo to pross we learn that our popular city architect, J. C. Johnson, has received n telegram soyiup; that his plan for the Indiana State House has been accepted. Court of Common Pleas. The fci-eat disputed land case, from Clyde, bos occupied the court through out the past nook, and to-day Thursday the counsel for the defendant are addressing tha court. List of Letters Remnining iu the Fremont Post-office, January 28, 1375: WilWr L. Anderson, Mrs. Ainoh, Thos. lirown, Edward Falquat, Frank (lam, Mrs. M. Oowlet, M. Harris, Mia? Hose E. King Clara Kimball, Mrs. Mollio Jackson, Will Long, Wm. Petty man, Knnm llnckerty, Roso Altha Thonin, S. A. Willard, Wm. H. Zeiglar. Calico Ball. This novel and meritorious enterprise is in active preparation. Already invi tations are in circulation and the com mittees are industriously at work. ...

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. — 5 February 1875

1101 VOL. 47. FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1875. NO. 6. 7rj OrJE-PRICE DRYG00DS HOUSE 153 SUMMIT STEET, TOLEDO. (Mablev'f Old Stand.) Grand. Display of Fall & Winter Goods. o Entire New Stock at Astonishingly Low Prices. DRESS GOODS! DRESSGOODS! DRESSGOODS! QtTEF' W BUCK A CP A CAS Recommend tlirmMv.s to nil. Thoy an mmlc with jmro Linen crow thrrail, which nut only alde to their bfintitr, but inakep Mip color nnrluniniihli-, Thcyaroof heavy w eight, tine tuxtiire, and are the chcnpct Alpacas tn America. We ar the Sole Aenta lor the Clly of Toledo. No. 10, No. 20, No. H No, 40, No. 5, No. i7. We are wiling. AT7L WOOT, CASIIMERKR 1 yanl wide for fl, (worth $1 40) in all the new ahade. EM-1 PRKSS CLOTHS for 80c-very Hue worth 7fic. IM'KE MOHAIU BKILUANTINES. nt a amatlad-i Tan ce from the coat f production. ALL l.'OLOKH DIAGONAL HKIKiK. B7oc worth NV, A LI ' WOOL MKltdK AND DIAGONALS, very tine, In till aharlf-a. DOVULE-KACKD BANK KT (JOODS all wool vcrv MvH...

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. — 5 February 1875

From the Youth's Companion. LITTLE BROWN ACORN. BY MRS. M. E. C. BATES. Ijittlo brown Acorn Rvrmifr on n trc miiloOiploiivestnnvj'ilTclloniiilml, 'Mnny a ilnv I lifivp been Inn1," paiil !',;', 'And no, nR I'm tired us titvd cim be, I tltinU I will gj to l)fd." Jjttlo brown Acorn let go his bold Of Alio mother-oiik, old nnd Kfim, Then down the momy brink lie rolled, -And though tha earth was wet u'kd cold It mattered net to him. Iiittln brown Acorn hid under a frrnv Mossoil rock on the) side of the hill. never imve Jieard tlmt lie s cone nwav: Ho dionld yon look there this very .lay, I'm sure you'll find him still. Little brown Acorn under the nnow, When the. winii r days are come, "While tho winds blow high and winds blow low, While the morniuns dawn and sitn.vUffo, Stays in his chosen homo. T.ittl hr- A,... ,.,1., ...ut , , " "an,,,., ,wi.ki,,., liU the stormy mouths Hro o r; But when in the oaks the robi.m shall , , ..Wmm.,.Ipms ueati so green Rmi so Kill, Little, brown Acorn no 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. — 5 February 1875

From the Little Corporal. PAYING HER WAY. Wlint lias my ilni'ling been doing to-day To pay for lirr wivslung nml mnding( How ran she manage tokoep out of debt. For so nitich cnrefwiiig ami tending? flow can I wait until the years shall linve flown, And the hands have, grown larger and stronger? Who will be nblo tho interest to pay If the debt rnna many years longer? Dear little feet how they fly to my side! Whito arms my neck are caressing Sweetost of kisses are laid on my check; neaii iiy minimi i , Nothing at all from my darling is due- From evil may angels defend her The debt is discharged as fast as 'tis made, For love is a legal tender! COMMUNISM. The Communistic Societies of the United States. T10 work uf CMmiH oraimfT iust' llmwoifc or umiRH .xuunon, JUhl, iwiLMl by Haj-por lirothors, Vrrnvid tho rooora of nn invrsligfttion into tho loail-Hltr inff charaotcriKtics of communal lifo it nppesis under the various forms im Dosid uiion it by different rcliirious and nUiloHoulucal i...

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. — 5 February 1875

Popular Column. Small Aiiprt1tvunt tf t-itr Salt, For Hetit, iV-., Found, W'nnUii f. intrrfW in thin rot 11 tun. A'trc nMr f fWrty-rfr f Wi'n, iVVieft ahtitt(nnt tint fiw CwiIm. Eaeh athiitionttl innertivn Five Cent per ton. Xiowm in a-tvjur. Popular Column. Found. IOUND On Tuesday, Jim. 12, lS7r, . on lront Hirvt north of Si -tie Mrt'ft, lt'fitlx-r .'mketlKtok, cm itiTrti ti iir money, whiili the nwii'TfjiM hn by leli'iillfvimi ihe mim1. Cull on J.. BiW U S, nl r.luu fc Uiir Foundry. Popular Column. Found. Lost. IOSX On Mondrty tlm 11th inst., ho J Iwoen Fremont niul I.hnlwy, a lnn,-R Itrocim Hhaw I, which the llnih'r will ph-iine return In Mr. I. Poltl, hI Uio Bll llonne, Kn mnni, win t au thorial! to pay aintable- reward fi r tin " tine. 4 rOST Ou Tuesday, Jim. liltli. be J tween State ami ;airiron Street, on I'miit, nr bciwccn Knmt i(rtct and hm retddciiec on th Kaat Side, a leather rocketbook quite old, eon taininij ahont neven dollar and fifteen cent. Tin finder will tm Mittuh...

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. — 5 February 1875

ril)AY,FliH. 6, 1875. LOCAL MATTERS. FAY for the Year 1875 nnI pot the fcamlKompCIinimo, "Flora's OfTprlng." Good Business. During tlio moutli of Jununry the links F.rio and Louiftvillo Baihvay de livered at the shitiouin this city between six nnd seven hundred car londfl freight, tho greater nmimnt of which was hipped east over Ui L. ti. & M. 8. Ity. During tho same month MeBsrs Wept & Dana received over tho name road nearly ono Lnntlred car loads of logs, which will be cut into lumber nt their mills in this city, and then shipped to Easterna markets. Tho L. E. & L. Ity. is becoming a valuable auxiliary to the business of the Lake Shore Bond. THE WALES MANUFACTURING COMPANY. An Important and Prosperous Acquisition to the Trade of Toledo. In the present, age of almost unpre cedented competition, and in a city so proverbial for ita rapid growth as is To lodo, the importance and value of any extensive and flourishing manufactory in the interests of builders caunot be over ...

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. — 5 February 1875

Poetry. ROCK OF AGES. "PuM-k of Aryoa, clift for me," Thcnv;li'.!:'ly fli maiden snug, Full Hi-) wov.ls nnconm;i()HHly From lu r fjirlUli, fcloeful tonpin; Sang iib littit children Hing; Huns? :r. uv.ng the birds of Juno; Foil tlm woi.Ir, like Hfrlit leaves down On tlii' current of tin tuno -"Kock of Akps, t-li ft for me," Let mo hide mym-H in Theo." "Ijct in" Lido myself in Thee " Fslt her ul no need to hidn Uwoct the soag aH song could lw, And hIio li.vd no thought beside; AU th? word i uuhoodingly Full from lips untouched by care, Prpfimlnp in t that they might bti Ou n'line other lijiH in prayer "llock of Ap )8, cleft for me, Lei mo lime myself in Theo." "Rode of Ag m, cbft for mo," "IVivm a wo.nanBuug thiin now, rienili:i;,'iy ii.ul prayerfully; Kverv word her heart did know ; Rose the sou j B'l the storm-loused bird Brn? . with we:ry wing the air, Every not-' vith sorrow stirred, Kvev pyllublp a prayer "K.K'l. o." A;.-i , v'.eft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee.' "Rod;. (,f ...

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. — 5 February 1875

LOCAL MATTERS. New Business Block. OfWrleJ, on good nntliority tlint j'uHt bo soott as the weather will pormit, tha skeleton of the old (hooper House will, bo trnrmfornW into brick ft""1"-jlmstj with officei abovfl, which will materially enhnnoe the npprnrunco of the street at thnt point, Evidence of Enterprise. Tho energetic Stewart boys, propric- rors of our city 'busline, have already commenced work on their new bam and outbuildings on Garrison street. Cer tainly a neat residence, would have added more to the appearance of the Btreet, but business must not bo turned aside looks' sake. The Peach Crop. We regret to learn that the next sea son's peach crop promise!) to provo miserable failure, on account of the Into , . ,.' " severe irosm. oomo presumeu tuat ino trees would not le imminent danger be foro February, but experienced and Bkillful cultivators assure ns there can no longer remain tho nlightoBt doubt, of the approaching disappointment. A Persistent Correspondent. For over ...

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. — 5 February 1875

lie wraont $ aurnal FRIDAY, FEB. 5, 1875. TWO Splendid Cbromos,one Superi or Wfokly Tapor and onn Monlhlj Paper for tfic small sum of $2.80. 'o family so poor but It can alTor THEM, Subscribe at once. New Eazohs and Kuivos at IiKrrKir Ht.18. Try them ami return tlieni if not good. 5-7 Am kiii'li of sewhiff jnacliinos re paired, and oil and needles for ull ma chines, at 5-7J Ijei'Pelhak'u. WANTHt) TO EXC1IANUK A Now OpOll Bagjy for Lumbar, L. Leppciman. 6-9 100.000 gi nuino hollow pointed Lim erick Finh Hook(, at Leppelniaus Km porinui. These Hooks will be sold chen;er than the same quality of hooks can be bought at Toledo. Try and see 6-9 ('-. M. Dn.rjON & Co call attention to their 1'Iowr. Thoy intend to carry a full liuo of Farmors Implimonts ant. will silo at prices to suit the times. February 1, 1875. 6-7 Yv'iimtE do you purchase your groce ries, provisions, crockery, and glass ware f If you would save money and always secure satisfaction, just try our neighbors Stavsmyeh &a...

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. — 12 February 1875

If IllWlt If flltll VOL. 47... FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1875. NO. 7 Mr; K -SifiiMflfir-; THE ROM r l a Stovb "that's ill the rage," I'he name of which li the "InoK Aoa;" rhla Stove at tho Faia wu the tavorita one, And became It trni "Boss" It the reason it won. ur competitors claim tho Store It light Wright, The "heft" of the tame we can prove at we atate; The Stove It large, the catting are fine, Tbe reicrvolr la of the newest daofgn. I'he Stove'e oven doora are lined with tin, ' "I think thle will do 1 W hat toy you?" To keep hoiiae wlthont one t'woald be a great tin; Tho Stove la the proof of it all; The mica front door lookt to cheerful and bright, Then whon you're1 In town pleae call around (experience hat taught nt the Stove It all right. I And rife that our ttory la true. This Stove has a large Oven, a Mica Front, the handsomest and most injenious Reservoir ever put on a stove, isn't "equalled in broiling, has very heavy plates which are closely fi...

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. — 12 February 1875

Poetry. From the Atlantic Monthly. MONTE CASSINO. BY HENRY W. LONGFELLOW. Beautiful volley, through whose verdunt Unhenrol the Gnriiinio glides bIoiir The Liris, nurw of rtiBheR ami of rreds, The river Utciturn of clatwie nong I The Lund of Labor, find tho Lniul of Rent, Where metliipval towns are white on nil The hill-frides, and where every motiutnin crest Ib an Etrnrian or a Roman wall 1 There is AJagna, whore Pope Boniface Was dragged with contumely from Ids throne, ficiarra Culonna, was that day's diagram The Pontiff's only, or in part thine own I There is Ceprano, where a renegade Was eachApulian,as great Dante stutb, When Manfred, liy his men-nt-arms be trayed, Spurred on to Bonovento and to death. There is Aquinnm, the old Volaciantown Wliere Juvenal was born, whose lurid light Blill hovers o'er liis birth place like the crown Of splendor over cities seen at night Doubled the splendor in, that in its streets The Angelic Doctor ns a school boy played, And dreamed perhaps the ...

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. — 12 February 1875

From St. Nicholas. THE FAIRY WEDDING. BY MARY A. LATHBURY. A little brown mothor sat in hor nwit, WiUi four sleepy birds tucked tinder her broftHt, And her querulous chirrup full oeasoleM and low, Whilo the wind rocked the lilao-tree nest to and fro. 4,Lio still, little ncHtliugsI lie still whilo I tell, For a lullaby story, a thing that bofcll Your plain littlo mothor one midsummer morn, A mouth ago, birdies before you wore boru. "I'd boon dozing and droaming the long summer night, Till the dawn flushed ita pink through the waning moonlight; When I wish you oonld hear it once! faintly there foil All around me the silvery sound of a bell "Then a chorus of bells! So, with just half an eye, I peeped from the nest, and thoso lilies close by, With threads of a cobweb, were swung to and fro By three little rollicking midgets below, "Then the air was astir as with hum ming-birds' wings! And a cloud of the tiniest, dantiest things That evor one dreamed of come flutter ing whero A cluster o...

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 February 1875

Popular Column. &mall A frrHrmnfn f For Sn', fW htnt, , Jtoa of iM r nf'yirv ( V'l'a, Af-A "H-W fit- So Cents. K.irh nWubmHl ftMrrfir.n Tire Oho pr tine. I'nyment in adrnnrr. irvrntTtf. fANTKI) Pi-IlOHASKlM FOR tnT Fruit Tree aud Nursery Stock. 1 have n nnntma) stock ot lurer appu- I n-es, hlo al n f pHKl stork of ttH siren, flnr pvtHtif, Alw IVjh h. 1 (terry, Peiif, iidi.rrsmi 1 tureens, (trnpu Virtus . find SitihU Fruit, wlilrh I vuarnntce as to 0 ;ml It v. mm at pnees bp low a in e mw t. iu.Min.ce and rnrry one mil" w-H of Hnilrnnd Ivpnt. 4 ill and examine. M-1A J. M HUH MONK. WANTKUBKAirriFUL" C'HllU JdON Kviry mibitfTilmr to the .Iominal. i Who pay from Jan. I, to Jfin, 1, 1H".t, will get ftoopv of the dim rhromo, "I'lurns OHi-vm (.'' lr Sale t?6)l HAL&AEAUAlof 4;')ii aorea', I lu Henry cnuntv, Mhsonrt 200 avrvn nw!rr enltfvhti'ti, arm apple tree, :-H'Q pench trcs, ft miles t hel-on the pince. I'rhc $lo,(mo. Will ex ttuntru lor Ohio property. A' ilrem WOl COT 1 , BKOS.....

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