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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 12 February 1875

FIUDAY, FKTl. 12. 1H75. LOCAL MATTERS. PAY for tho Year 1S75 and get Ihr handsome Clirgnin,"!' lord's OfTr-rlng." DO TOU WANT A GOOD PXTT.tt nd a handsome CH ROM 0. ThenSulj. Mrlbc and pay for the JOURNAL. General Kilpatricks. Tho soldiers will ba' pleased with the prospect of hearing General Kilpiitrick on "Sherman's Mnrch to tho Sea." Marriages. For the pattt month, I'rolmto Juilgo Wilmer reporta twenty-three weddings, as against eightoon in the corresponding month in lost vear. nroliabiv an iTi- danoe that each generation really aaola "grow weaker and wiser.' Property Sold. Mr. John Ocheniel has recently dis posed of his house and lot ou Garrison street, and with his brother Barney, has purchased a double lot on John street, near Birchard nvonne, whore they pur pose commencing to build so soon as the weather will permit. To our Farmers. .c wuu pleasure we reier lo a enterp1Ze just sprung up amongst, us- the "Fremont Harvesting Company."-1 particulars of which appear in another u,...

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. — 12 February 1875

SENATOR CONKLING. DuMOfRvra ars invited to road the fol lowing extrwit from the speech of Hen tor Conkliiig, on Louisiana alTairs, tle liTeroJ in ttio Senate a few days ago: The Republican party, t,lp Trosidont of Uie United States and much of the rejiduo of mankind, had been threaten ed with destruction because those whom GoYfriior Keilogg summoned and who responded wore soldiers soldiers of the United States hirelings thoy were called by tho honorable Senator from Maryland (Hamilton). He said they were hirelings, and withered them by saying thoy received only eight dollars month, hirelings; but for such liire lings there mirfht not now be a Senate Cliamb-.-r to roverberate with tho clo quonoo of tin honorable Senator from Maryland. '.at for those hirelings we might not bo now permitted to breutho the air of a free republic This rem nant of our army mint remain Bome where, but if found south of Mason and Dixon's line somebody's nobility was of fended. The soldiers of the nation fou...

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. — 12 February 1875

THE BLACK BELT OF MISSISSIPPI. What the Negroes Do Where they Proponderate In Population. Vioksburg is the center of the Africa of America. The city is the largest, in the State, and the county seat of Warren connty. Yet the total white population in city and county in 1870 was only 7, 907, or a number thnt would not be con tailored excessive in an ordinary Ohio township. Tho black population was 18,802, which has been largely iiieroafled by the constant flow of country negroes from the great interior to Vickslmrg. Tho next connty abovo here is Issa quena. The readers will hardly believe me when I state the population as re turned in the census four years ago. It is, white 741, black 6,146! What do you think of a large county which contains but seven hundred and forty-one white men, women and children? Yet these few whites own nearly if not quite every foot of ground in tho'county, and pay nineteen-twentieths of all tho taxes. Owning the soil, they actually bavo no voice whatever in...

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. — 12 February 1875

FRIDAT, FEU. 12, 1875. ' - ! TWO Splendid Chromes, one or IVeeklx Taper and one Monthly raperforth0Kn.au .-mm or 2.N0 family ho poor but it can affor lHKM.;jt Subscribe at onee. Theatrical. The old favorite, Mr. A. O. Miller, with a n!nr Dramatic; Company, will be in Fremont mi Monday and Tuesday the 22ud nr.d 'M, when a rich treat may be confidently reliod on. Further par ticulars next week. Bellevue New Bank Building. The jilnus for tho nbovo block have been ..computed by our city architect and nrj lugnly credible to his ability, Mr. Johnson visited Bcllevne with them on Tuestdi.y, r.nd wo understand they gave nmi'li sat isfueticju, I A Serious Loss. One itiiy hist week Mr. W. HiHTitrd, farmer, residing about throe r.iilas out of the city, on the Rollersville road, had (lr'tv.sion to lead a very fine horse out to w.i'.-t i when the animal slipped and fctra.Mled iti hind legs, incurring snch serious internal injuries that it died a few h'.av.s afterwards. The Produce Market. Prices...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 19 February 1875

Jtenuntt VOL. 47. FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1375. NO. 8. THE IRON ruEBE fi a Stove "that's all tli rage,' 1'he name of which 1b the "InoN Aue;" Dili 8 love at the Fa ill wa the favorite one, And heranse ft was "Bom" Is the reason ft won. Bur competitors claim the Stove is light weight, Now If you wish to Invest t he "heft" of the same wo can prove as we state; I In a atoro that will always prove a success, The Stove is large, the eastings are fine, lie sure to get the Iron Aue, The reservoir It of the newest design. I Before purclmxlug a Stov of iuferor grade. 1'he Stove's oven doors are lined wllh tin, "I think tills ill do! What wiy Ton'" To keep house without one t'would be a great sin; The Stove Is the proof of It oil; The mica front door looks so cheerful and bright, Then when you're in town please call around Experience has taught ns the Stove Is all right. And rpu that our story Is true. This Stove has a large Oven, a Mica Front, the handsomest and ...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 19 February 1875

Poetry. AFTER AND OVER. Aftor tlio Hhower, The tranquil sun ; Silver utois when The ilny in clone. Af tor the suow, Tlie oinrnilil loaves; After the harvest, Golden sheaves. After the clouds, Tlio violet sky; CJuiet woihIh when The wind goes by. After the tempest, The lull of wavos; After the battle Peaceful graves. After the knells, The wedding bulls, Joyful greetings From sail farewells. After the bud, The radiant rose; After our weeping, Sweet repose. After tho burden, Tlio blissful meed; After the furrow, Tho waking seed. After the ilight, The downy nest; Over the shadowy Kiver rent. Miscellaneous. A HEROINE OF '76. I don't like to hear the noise of those hammers. Tho dull sound of laboring picks bearks upon tho ear with mono tonous regularity. They are making tracks for a railroad in this old town. I am not pleased with tho "improve ments," as somo call it, for a pleasant iarm-bouse and ita surrounding fields that sloped from high and undulating . hills have vanished forever 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. — 19 February 1875

"NAP." "Lie down, lio down, mr!" "Oh, never mind him, Frnnkf he wont hurt youj go right in." "Oh, yoB,"dftid I, "itn oil well enough for you to sny 'never mind him, 1ut, by George, ho looks as if he would bear a good deal of mindiiiR." "NonsouHo," enid Aliok, Iniighing, "I tell yoa the dug will not touch you; bnt if you will not believe me.wait a moment and I'll go with yon." I oortainly wiw nfrniil to go into the room niouo, and I think yon, my reader, wouldhavo thought discretion the bettor pnrt of vnlor.hnd you been in my place. Alick was talking tohis agent as I came to the hall door, and I had walked tow ard his library to await his leisure; but when I opened tho door a large black dog that had evidently beon lying ou the floor, started to his foot with a growl, and exhibtcd a row of teeth that would have mado a good stock in trade for a first class dentist. He was a villainous looking brute, and I declined trusting myself to hia mercy, as I told abovo, Alick finished his 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. — 19 February 1875

Popular Column. Hmall AlvtrtirmnfH of For Half, For font, nf, KiW, Haniri f, inserts in thi tx'fvmn. Fre fin or Umh JViv-ft tntn, Fnrh m-uiitUmal tinr Cent. Jiif-'h atMin'twi ii7on Five Cttit ftr lin. rnjuunt in aivunftt Wanted. "Vt ANTED A COMPETENT MAN M tn take char of nmnll Fmi, and who nti clerntauds k irdcnlnK ond euHivjUlntr v-rtt . 8-tt L. LKl'TKLMAN. YV I'CllOHASERH FOR If ntT Fruit Treepainl Nursery httick, 1 Imve mm minninl stock ol l:trC applr 'rrfrs, snrt all a prtfKl slock o( nil ., for sett hltr. Also IVaell. t'hrrrv, l'enr, nlii e mul Kvcrtfrci-ns, (inilm Vlnws and Kmnl! Krnlta, which I uuaintiK'e as In (tiality, ami poll at prie.ia as low hp tlit' lowest. Keeldt'ijco ami Nursery one mtle wt-pt of Krillroa'l Depot. Call arid i xnmlnc. M-lll J. MlVIIMdltH'. WANTED BEAUTii I'L" L'HK MOS Bvrjr sohertlbrr to the Joi'iivab who pays from .lull. 1, 1m;. to Jan. 1, 171, will get a cony tit the flue ctiromo, "I'lorn'p Otferinj?." 1'or Sate, liOIt SALE A i-'AKM of 453 no.res, ...

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. — 19 February 1875

FRIDAY, FEB. 19, 1875. W.OV.tl. .T.J TTV.IIS. PAT for the Year 1875 and pet the handsome Chromn, "Flora's Offerings" DO YOU WANT A (OOD PAPER and a handsome CHROMO. ThenSub fierlbe and pay for the JOURNAL. Good News. Farmer R. Simmons, of the Flank Road, nenr IVUevuo, ww on Tuesday of Inst week the happiest man in Groton and he looked like it, as ho good humor edly confessed it was a charming daught er. May Bhe live long and happy, neighbor. Funeral. The funeral on our streets, last Mon day, -was that of the late Mrs. Zweeley, wife of Benedict Zweeley, farmer, of Muscalunge, who died on Saturday lant, after a prolonged illness. Business Change. If rumor is oorrect, Mr. Geo. Zeigler, of Croghan street has resolved to take possession of the business hitherto con ducted by Mr. Jacob Faller, corner of State and Arch streets possession to be taken in March. Another Ball. In honor of Washington's birthday on the 22nd. we observe that "Uncle" John Taylor, of the Jefferson House, east side,...

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. — 19 February 1875

GOD CARETH. BY S. H. BARTLETT. Orn of tlio sircct old dliapU'iT), ' Aftvr a ilny liKo thin; Tim clny brought trirs mid trouble, Tlio rv.ning living" no kiw. Nor nwt in tlio rtrms T long for It"t nmt rofugr. and' home; 'ri-.'vrd mid lonel nuit weitrv, Unto tho Book I como. Onn of U.n swcot old chnjitont, Thn lovn thtt liltwtoiiis through Hi ttire of tho birds and the liliflg, Out in the mcaJoT dow. IIih criming tin soft around thom ; TltdU- fmih ismmjilj to bo; Ahl linihu.l by Tlty tendor loswon, My ( tod, lrt me rost in Thoe! LEGISLATIVE. Congress. Jan. S. Semite Tim attention of tho Semite v;Vt mainly occuiiied with tho Ijouinvilli tli bato, Mr. Conkling of Now York having the lloor, but not conclud ing hiu arirumrnt. Jlouw ut little ofcnrrpd to vary tho monotony of roll call on dilatory mo tion h. Jan. 'JO. Senate Tho credentials of J-'nuieia Keruim aud F. M. Cockeroll, Sonatorn t-lcot from New York and MiSMouvi, rePiMVtivelv, were iireaetited. Kesnl-.i Lions of tho Missouri Legis...

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. — 19 February 1875

Little Bill King, oorao blow your horn; Toll all about it, acknowledge the porn. Where woe Littlo Bill King, who was wan tod to tulk? Up in Canada feeding his stock. —Cincinnati Times. Agricultural Items. The) cultivation of Jamaica ginger has been prosecuted until it promises to bo come of great vnlue. In Australia every farmer can raise three crops a year, but two of tlio crops are snakes mid tho other very poor cereals. To bIiow how slight an accident may detennino the introduction of a plant, tho Canada thistle is Raid to have sprung np in Kurope from a seed dropped, two hnndred years ogo from the stuffed skin of a bird. A now potato, known as the white queen, is being cultivated in France. In good soil, from twelve to fifteen tubers are formed, many of which attain or ex need twenty-two pounds. Tho flavor is iwid to be fine. A pine tree was cut on I'ine river, Mich., that turned out seven logs six teen feet long, the top end of the log measuring twenty-four inches inches in dia...

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. — 19 February 1875

The Fremont Journal F1UDAY, FER 19, 1875. TWO Splendid thromo,one Superior Weekly Paper and one Monthly Paper for the small sum of 82.H0. No family so poor but it can aflor THEM. Subscrllie at once. Save your Combings. Lmlica save your combings. Why wear molinir when yon can have tlio most beautiful curls, puffs, swiU'hes, &e., mado nt low jirieoB at Mrs. Dr. Evans,' Frout street, Fremont. List of Letters. Remaining in tha Fremont Tost-oHlee, Fobrunry 18, 1875: Phillip IJesharJ, John Doiterieh, Wm. Immell, G. Hayes, Jns. S. limit, Lydin Ann Micnut, Win. Mieluiel, Jonathan Myers, Geo. II. llussell, John lieiniek, Hiram Itoberts, Jerry Struct. Kilpatrick's Lecture. The iutorost attached to th is excop tioual eittortainnieut is already increas ing and a plan of the room is on exhi bition at Mr. Crop's store, whero seats may bo sjeured any time. Tho lecture "Shemaa'3 March to the Sea," will be given on tho 11th, aud tho sale of tickets will commence on tho 1st. Personal. Post Master...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 26 February 1875

ftemsntt m 4 VOL. 47. FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1375. NO. 0. die llil II II THE IROW AGE. fi'--- - .Mi1"''- ro BUR is a PrnrK "thal's all the ragr," ih aw ef which lit tho "Ikon Auk;" I'hia Storo at the Fxm was the farnrlte on- lad bcranst' It waa "Bom' la the ri'&ffoti It won. Pit 'mipotltnra claim the Store ii light weight, ibe "heft" of the aamc we caa Broye as we state; I ke Store la large, the casting, an flue, The reierrolr la of the newest design. f he Store's eren doors are lined with tin, To keep house without oua t'would be a gi eat sin; The mica front door looks so cheerful and hriilit, (experience has taught na the Store Is all rl-ht. 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 fitted, and is in every way a first-class Stove. Call and see it. c. no. mxm $l co, FREMONT, February 11th, 1875. TO The Fremont Car Co...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 26 February 1875

Poetry. WHAT IS HIS CREED? Ho'lrft a loncl of nuthrncita In front of a poor womnn'i iloor, When the deop bIiow, frozen anil white, Wrapped stroet ami square, mountain anil moor. TIiih wis his ilnsil; He iliJ it well; "What was hia creed!" 1 cannot toll. r.lcsood "iu hia basket ami in his store," la sitting down anil rising up; "When more he got he gave the more, Withholding not theci'ust and cup. He took the lead In each good task, "What was his creed? I did not ask. His charity was like the Bnow, Soft, white, and silent in its full I Not liko the noisy winds that blow From the shivering trees the loaves a pall. For flower and weed, Drooping below, "What was his creed?" The poor may know. He had great faith in loaves of bread, For hungry people, young and old. And hope inspired, kind words he said To thoBe he sheltered from the cold. For wo must feed As well as pray. "What was his creedf" I cannot say. In words he did not put his trust, Hia faith in words he never writ; He loved to ...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 26 February 1875

THE BORE. BY JOHN [...] Again'I Lew the croaking stop I He's rapping at U16 door, 1 ' Too 'well I know that boding pound That usher in tha boro. I do not tremble wlion I meet The stontf Rt of my foes, But heaven defend me from the friend Who comes but never goeg. He drops into my easy chair, And asks about the nors; He peers into my mauuscript, Ami gives his candid views; lie tolls mo where ho likes the line, And where bo's forced to grievo; He takes th strangest liberties But never takes his leave. He reads my daily papers through Boforo I've seen a word. He scans the lyric that I wrote And thinks it quite absurd; He calmly smokes my last cigar, And calmly asks for more; He opous everything ho sees Except the entry door. He talks about his fragile health, And tells me of his pains; He suffers from a score of ills Of which he ne'er complains; And how he struggled once with death To keep the fiend at bay; On themes like those away he goes But never goes away! He tells me of the carpi...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 26 February 1875

Popular Column. nmmit AitrKmmrt:'rTS'e, tmr urn, i.i, ml, 1-i'r,l A c, inmrrtru 11 ( i rWi" irr ltaar i Titintf-nrt m'. .' n.(.i;.i. mf Unr ' "' Mvrrir n7,v i,:"; ,.t .) pm the Nai-kfintili irml". livt:!ro Hi -nria- factory- lit K. K. Ii Al K lit l. IMf WANTKl A COMPJt'l'KNX MAN V T l( trke charge of ti smMI 1Ht-Tii, and who un llcrund L':inliuiiii: an 1 ciilliMitliiL' lurries, t u 1. I M'Pkl.W . - - irAMM'-n m HAKMiM jwit rav Frnlt Trow and Nntaerv Muck. I have n ntnii:Ml sti'fk lit lurce aiinle Tree, stul ni. i -.-..i. ..t ..ii ....... ... n... ti.....i. f'cerrv, I rnr. (.mini'! nm! Kvt'r'Tii'iif. J rutio ivv u.i: smnli Krit'ld. whli-h 1 Rnui -milw !i I" i;nail'y, nti Nnr-.'v uc mile of iiniiroml iv(...t. ciKiHlrxmninn. M-io .1. M H 11 moh K. V7liiI,1U'VU7,1''.UH ?T l()S KTrrv ftiliyi-riliiT to Inn .lontKAt rmt irorvanil Nntr Wwls. I liave: ilio mv (rum .lnii. l, in .Inn. l, iTii. gi't ail-y uf tin lii: rlirniiui, "r l.-ira - on.'riiiir. M 'nr Sttlc. 'IOH HALK J5.y jirivato ixmtrm...

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. — 26 February 1875

Wit ilfCttWHt $f(Mltttll v -O" - C "'""jumped ! IKI1)A, rEH. 21., 187... .. ....-.. kiii iur mi- itiir i-nj imu am ine anai.omejnrnii,"i lora's UtTering:. ' nn vit wt T mum iiPvnlll,lrin8 nnd a handsome CHROMO. ThenSuh Hrrlbo and pay for the JOCRNAL. Presbyterian Sociable. On ThurHilny night of next week, the j-resmywrinn siicinoio win ue iiem iu i"" ouurcn pariora. iMurtiHiiniem wi.i oe served from (5 till 0 T. M. All are in-vi'.ed. Where are They. , We were requested hist week to stiite;l,lac that A. O. Miller's theatrical company bo hero on the '22nd and 23rd did not cotmsand that ia all we know ' t!m- [Please Exchange.] alio person wtio tooK the iianuary numbers of the lusuranco Monitor and Insurance Times, from Mr. Heeler's ta ble, will please rotum tbm and grt the Febmary unmbers. Clyde Fair. tne aiaiualiKMh It has boen decided that v. luc vij.m iui.u.A((ii. iiiiuiiuuu Industrial society shall be held from Tuesday, the 28th September k the 1st of October next four days. Clyde ...

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. — 26 February 1875

From the Graphic. THE BATTLE OF BROOKLYN. On Tlrooklyn'i castellated heights, High on the dizzy ledge, Tho foes nro met, the battle set, Upon tin ragged edgo. Hark! wlioro loan Discord ream her head And flames her haggard eye, And Bepcher's shield confronts tho field, A-Tiltou.' is the cry. I hear the thunders of the Beach That bars the roaring tide Of mighty Eyarts putting forth Upon tho other side. There grimly stalks stout I'ullerton, With carnage in his breath; Who stsud in fight or skulk in flight, Alike rece their death. Ho SpavtueiiB at bay stood forth The victors to evict, And slew Umt day in Komau fray Tho lictors and tho licked. See Porter, keen of tongue and blado, Ulysses of tho band; Nono ever laid the the ambuscade Or battle safer planned. There ex-Judgo Morris' culverins Belch from a dozen forts; Hero brave ox-Austin Abbott stands (Ex-Austin tho roportn). Hot Tryor leads a fiery charge Through Tracy's iron rain, And Shearman steals across the field On IYarsnlTs loaded...

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. — 26 February 1875

A LENTEN POEM. This quaint poem, written if Ihi rare old poet, Robert Herriok, though writ ten more than 200 years ago, tho lines point moral as valuable now m it wan then: ; :' : Is this a fust, to keep 1 The Irder leano, And cleane From fat of vetlo and sheep? Is it to fast an houre Or ragged to go, Or show A downcast look and soure? No; 'tis a fast to dole Thy sheaf of wheat And meat, Unto the hungry aoule. It is to fast from strife From old dobate, And hnte; To circumcise thy life; To show a heart grief rent, To starve thy sin, Not bin; And that's to keep thy Lent. IT IS CUT EVEN, AFTER ALL. Old Deacon Sidelinker was a well to do marine farmer, '.who occasionally so far wandered from the paths of rectitude and strict marslity as to imbibe sundry fluid extraots, and on such occasions found it diffioult, if not impossible, to retain an equilibrium, and while he managed with wonderfid powers of mind and body to preserve a gravity of de meanor, the center of gravity wns entire ly lo...

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. — 26 February 1875

he f it mont $aurmU 11UDAY, FEJJ. 2fi, 1875. LOCAL MATTERS. TWO Sjili'iidiil C'hrouios.one Snpprl r Workl Paper nnil one Monthly rapcr fur thf fcninll sum of S2.SO. 'o fAoiil) poor but it ran affor THEM. Snhsrrihr at once. The New Sewer. Tlio Crogliau ntreet Hewer emptied freely into l!ie rivor during the thaw of Tiiftwliiy, nuil urchins ivero jilontif ul at low wnler. watching for anything that might :t ih down. Tliia in a new pbawp in tli! rnttv, piiso of Fremont's rising geiicvHtion. What Don't Pay. Young Tioiua liiirrowH, of this city found iik-inuro in Homething Htronger thru cider, o'l 3Ii.iit.Uy night, which re sullcd in Ilia coining under tho vigileuca of ofli'-i r Moore, who arraigned him be fovn the Mayor, mid $?o with costs sottled Hie iimttcr. Sheriff's Sale. The. iiiperty located on Front street, and covered by the old smith shop oc cupied br Itooney it , the wagon shop of Mr. Browser and other small bnauicuHCM, wns appraised by tho record er, tiiiei ifl', and others on...

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