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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 5 March 1875

' i : i u'ii ifiiff ft (1 f VOL 47. FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1875. NO. 1 0. tie THE IROI AGE, up rinni ! Stotk "that'a all th nee," i'br Dftmo f whlcb Is the "Iboh Aos;" Vhi Stove at the Fair wm the fayorKe one, kwd because It was "Bom" is the reanoD it won. ur competitor claim the Stove fs light weight, ibe "heft of the same we can prove as we state; fhe Stove Is large, the castings are floe, The reservoir ta of the newest design. The Store's oven doors are lined with tin, To keep bouse without one t'would be a great sin; The mica front door looks so cheerful and bright, Experience baa taught ns the Stove ia all right. Compare the weight then with the price. See that the doors are fitted nice; The wood which burns upon a grate Famishes coals fur 'broiling beefsteak. ' Now if yon wish to Invest I Be sare to eet the I now Auk. Before purchasing a Stove of Inferor grade. "I think this will dot What aay you?" The Stove is the proof of it all; Then when you're in...

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 March 1875

COMMITTEE'S REPORT ON LOUISIANA AFFAIRS. The undersigned majority of UicX'om iniltffl on Mm fitto of the South, rfRiwHrt iollv rfimrt: Slrnt thry omnot ipr-. on tho rrfxirt nir to the commit toy Mow, Hour, Bnd Frve. The Uvi itiimicnl to tlifl color.-d pwiido of Louisiana, rP. fomvl t) in tliin report, tiavc Iwn ro. pcIedfor vchi-h. Ksccpt .lurir.pr 172, Ihe l'-'publKAii ptu-tv lnn Ioiir bd coo- trol of the marhinnry of the htato. The rrstristrtitioti phowa an 781 colored to 7i,tiJ whiles. Jo the lib-"u unnooof any direct evidence that the Jato elect ion wii not free uud fair, the BMiniption of the minority that eumiRh colored votors lmiHt therefore lmvo been prevented from noting at tho lata elee-) tion bv t!ie reoolivtion of the Colfax and kiUinpN, the cans and cir- cninstanees of which are disputed, audi" by other riots which occurred yoart be- fore, to have eluiuifed the result of the cloctaou throughout the State, is mi as- Bnmptionso violent, when it is recollect ed that both t...

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 March 1875

GOOD NIGHT. A. J. H. DUGANNS. ljoinl the prpsH of loti ami iiin, How swwt, t wr, k rrtM'p, And fold about my wenry brain Tho lotus leave of alei, And all tha throlm of daily puiu In opiuto fnticirR stoop. N'ii lotus leaf no Indian win Like eTsninB mystic cslnw, T)i;HC"Ti(linf; under dusk divine). And dropping tender balms IdIo this lowly lirt of mine, 'Hint iwkoth Ctod for Aluu. O, bltiispd h1oi! minoiutiiifr tin' With chrism of holy Night, And blinding mo Hint I may wo lUiyimd all eurthly sight, And bindiiiR mo, that I may Ik Rvlrnsod, for viewless flight. Tplximo from dust of daily things And freed from curb of clay, To mount upon etlioriul wings - Thronrrh bnnndless worlds to utrnv. t -t - l i Aud drink of Life a eternal spnugs, , ., , . , ltoyonu tho f ouuts of Dav. " Ol loviug SloepI that blingnth dreams, woo, with waving bauds, Aud call us bock by pleusant streams, OYor silvery strands, Wliero moruory, like mooulight,J5hami Across tho shining sands. ! tide of Sloop! that softl...

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 March 1875

aputor Column.; "'1 .. .. ' Hmatt AArrrlimnmltv for Salt, for It-ul, yw, tkitrniuma. for I f Met 'icniau-'tnr I aw., -.a.-a n'9't"nii ttnr rwmfrtM. fork ndlhtii.iml I w lint.. I'nfmmnt i ui'Stta.-. . found. f r l ' . - . .-' tai-rison street, near Hair Hnlti'h, hich ine ow- Her ran hnvc hv finiilvntir I" J. I M.,re, provlne pro nrly ! pavini; tor ihadvrrliei-lneiii: , i ; Wanted. JOIT.ND-On Gn Front. .1 ironuino Ha -of ' 1 I I I HI 1 III rtr 1 rnnni rf I n- l Iviirn the H'irt,!tilrh trn'tu. ltinilii-i : For. iiir nun i in-eniiii ii .in"'r ohm k. i hum' at nu-ri.tw tmy m K. K. IIAKKnitl). rANTRD rUHC'HAlSKKS W. n nmmnal Rt4H-k ol lart: appU Trent, mxl nlM h pooilattick il nil bj-r, lor m'ttiK. Ah IViwh, lUu'rry, IVht, luincr hih! KviTirwiio, Crafm VIiivh nil 8iimli Kinitfi, wlilrh I tiHriiiifn- m o qnalily, ftiKl l H-)tMfl nff low nh the 1'iwii.i. Hrii'lrii-ii ml Nurnciv on milr w.-t of llsilroiiil IVpot. t:ll ami rumlni. M-lil 4. Ml'l'll Mllll k. rANTF. I JiKA UTIFUL CllHO- V T MOS ...

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 March 1875

fiuiuymaiioh 5,i8m " IM) YOU WANT A OOD PA FEB and a handsome ( II ROMO. ThenSnb scribe and pay for the JOURNAL. THE JOCUXAI,th People's Jonrn V and two handsome Chromos for 8.80. No Eastern or Western Taper offers more liberal Imlnrements. Come la and Sulisrrllic. t.ovti, .rr.iTTEits. Kmbricit will receive this week, a nieo line of Carpets ami Oil Cloth. Wait and boo tho new-prices lower Umn for many years. You CAS liny a good Whip for lean money, and havo a greater variety to choose from, nt C. M. Dillon Cos, than any place in Fremont. 10-11. Yon can have twenty-five per eent by buying yonr Teas of 1. Cmjsk. Osu 810,00, for tlie Host Chilled Tlow ever made. Call nt C. M. Dillon A Co's and see it. 10-11 Worth i,ooKroo at The 10,00 Chilled Plow, offered liy C. M. Dillon A Co. ion Empire Band. On Mondiiy evening we were delighted to bear the boys of the above band ut their practice, and judging from the superior class of musie they had in hand wo aro strongly impressed they are stori...

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 March 1875

Poetry. From the Akline. THE BOBOLINK. Or! oa K 'Mon f U-rnonn, Willi iTiuuil fucya ami hcnrtw iu tune. Two foil. low in dreaming mool, 'J"lirni!. l inlivuming aoiitwlu. Wholly Impriy, thry onljr knew Tli;t tlio mrlh wns liriglit anil tho kIsy 1M l)!lHI, Tlial light, and beauty, anil joy and wing t hn rim.il I ! ! way us they jHuatod along; The m'r was fnnrrant wilh wood and aoentev - friHked on the roWlside!f,Ue The ui'.Tel ftnici- And hovering m ar thern, 'Ghee, rliop ehinkl" Jil r 1 tli i ciu ioiiK bobolink, l'aimini; ami peering with sidelong head, As K.u.;!ty qii'Wtioning all they said; AVlii'.n the ox-ryu danced on its slcn Mum, Aud .'.II nature rejoiivd with th'm. OvT the oderona fields were strnwn Wiltin;; winrowa of frraaKca now mown, And i .-y billows of clover bloom Surged in the Bunshino and breathed porfuma. Swi'JK'!,(f l0,r OB "lender limb, The sparrow warbled his wedding bymu, And balaucing on a blacklnirry brier, Tim buUiliuU sung with his heart on five "Chink! If yo...

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 March 1875

SHIPWRECK. BY H. S. CHILTON. A long low reach of level gnml, rackod crewhile by the maddened waves . A the storm-wind drove them toward ; tho lurid, A bont on the shore aud nothing moro, Totfilloftho it(Mt(l trIio mnk to tlieir graves ; By the sound of the wild wi's roar. The ship wont down at night, they say, Wrestling with wind and wave to the last, Like A great sea-monster lighting at buy. The fisherman tells how ho heard the bell King in the lulls of the pitiless blunt, Mingled with wild farewells. The winds are swlopp, nnd the sea is still, Htill as the wrwked benenth its waves, Dreamless of nil lif o'b good or ill ; A boat on shore, and nothing more, Tells of the dead who sank to their graves To the sound of the wild sou's roar. LETTER FROM MARK TWAIN. He Would not be a Dead Head. Mr. Hnmuel Ij. Clcmmens has con oented Ur lecture in Hartford fur the benefit of the poor. Following is his letter-,, HARTFORD, Feb. 20, 1875. G Evruni kn : I arcede to jour request w?IT nlnoflilVA 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. — 5 March 1875

The Fremont Journal ; , , , Fit! DAY, MAltOH 5, 1875. 4:,...:. - ....u. or Weekly Paper and one Monthly Paper for the rnnall Hum ofS2.NO. So ho poor but it ran aflnr TIIKM. Snbscriho at onre. LOCAL MATTERS. Supremely Happy. Wa Urn condition of George Iluxiliik, jr., on M.uiJay limt, aa ho bunily en- gagotl liimsi-lf circuiting the glad tiil- uiga tlmt 'in t time it van a girl. Feed Market. lhr.se, (Uy, when hun.1 feeding j iu practice, tho following quotations will interest. In Fremont,la"Kllt,'r hay in worth 811, and the supply about oqunl to the demand. Cojrn iu the cur brings 55c. corn fodder $3 a load, while straw, according to the load, eomiwunls $ltij4. Fremont Produce Market. All kinds of grain continues to come in freely at the following quotations: Wheat 1 oats 52c 63o corn C'ije. Clover senl, which is about all in, is qnotml at GJ. Butter, of which there is fair supply, but for the most part of a nuanroiMi: cnarwctr, is tetcutng -iUo., as also e.ggs the lutter inclining to...

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 March 1875

Mmiu ' Meek i -V' 7 VOL 47., FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNT7, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1875. 1 NO. 11. THE IROI AGE r rHERE 1 a Stovb "thill's all the rap.," rhe name of which is tho "Inoic Aa;" Fltfa Store at the Fair waa the favorite one, tad because it waa "Bos" ia the reason it won. Bar compe titora claim the Store la light weight, ihe "heft" of the name we can prove aa we state; Che Store ia largo, the easting are flue, The roaerrolr la of the newrat deelffn. Che Store's oren doora are lined with tin, To a)eep honao without one t'would be a great Bin; The mica front door looks eo cheerfal and bright, Experience has tanght na the Storo ia all right. This Stove has a largre Oven, a Mica Front. the handsomest and most injenious Reservoir ever put on a stove, isnt equalled in broiling has very heavy plates which are closely fittei and is in every way a and see it. c. tiQ. mum & go, FREMONT, February 11th, 1875. Compare the weight then with the prlec, Seo that the doora are Utted nice; ...

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 March 1875

From the Huron Times. Retrogression and Historical. BY THE OLD MAN. Pijp flro titnl twenty yeum afro, Uii Wld with niii wm yntiiiK. And ninny tiling liuprtwaed rue lin n Unit tttiil rcimilns uiikuiik, To nnoiin from oblivion aome mngem of Uint time I mount niy Yriiii imd rlmi-jre rilit boldly into rliymu. How jttat ly wny f ptvfuoe, hero, of IllllMO would Kay, Tim it a miioli more widely upreuil. tlinn il in (omul hi iky; Then nmimnoth out door otioi-itiea you'd hear whent Vr vou'd no. Toti'd liet.r them too for nolhin; faith, jou'd huo to whether or no. I iitiR the frog, the piy old frog, who in Ida palmy daya. Made in tho world bin ilimv of noiae hut pdnod no meed of pmiav; Though gone, aiul hushed his voii-e, in memory ia ho living at ill, Oet up my IVgnaiin, we'll sing bin dotsla! you M we will." W up Mud Vnnik'a i-l;icid stn-iim, his , -.. .. . .... n -t, , , itis iKi.iv nortiing m tue wnu-r. tilings doughty fro.!. , YVho smvIIs hia tlinut, mid wink nndj heuiH, then Rings his U...

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 March 1875

LEGISLATIVE. Congress. ' tVii. '25.'-SpiU The credent ml of the now Minueftota Senator, fi. J; It McMfllen, wore prtontid. Tim bill to rf-gnbite the counting of vot for rrom ident and Vice Prwudont, and the de cision: of quantum arming thereon, wan railed up and considered. Several HUinndmentB of n verlml character wore agreed to. House After continuous eessii n from yesterday, lasting all niut, the House, at 8201. M., mieoeedml in utkiufr np tho bill for tlio government of thcSonth ern Btatr, nnil ppnaiuii iu wmw fciou, tho House adjonrnod- Frtb. "(. Henato The Ilotwe Tai Biid Tariff bill wtva reported from Com mittco without change. A bill regula ting tho mode of affixing and eancclla- tion of boor stamps, was passed. Also bill restricting tlio refunding of customs duties. . Tlus Civil Rights bill wiis takon np and discussed during the afternoon and evening session. Hoiiso Mr. Cotmrn gave notice that at ono o'clock to-morrow ho would cull tlio prcvions question on tlio Force bill....

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 March 1875

r. C5 popular Column. tv?"'"'''r''!iiig, iwMi Srtnlfd e., vna -rf.-'t in (Ai, eVwm.. iVmiv-.Kor (. ; . iiw ('(.. .VreA "rtrfrjt,eia: i inatr. ew IM IVnlj Jaw few. I'agiml im tttlrnmet, FOUND On (oirrimin Ktroet, timu- Front, ft ir"nnlii llslr Sull-h, wblrh the ow-i r Cn hAVH by AppMiiK tn J. Moure, prating property mt iiitf for tht'- adrertiwuieul. -VUIU'HASEUH hOil my Knilt Trnsntl Nurwry fcltock. I hnw m mimuiHl Mork ol large annte 1 .nod stork ti all a ova, for (vttini. Ala Pnrh 4heTry, rear, Qjilnreand KrerurfH'iiH, Grape Vlnar aid Hrunll r'rtiit, which 1 Riiar.inUf as to quality, and II at xiee aw low an tlin lowest, li.-ei deuce aud lNurtmrr one milo west of KfiUroa-l IVitot. Call and eamine. M-14 T.MIJCI.MOKK. WANTKD BEAUTIFUL"" CHlttS MOH Every PtitiMrrlber to the JnntNAL, who pays fmm Jan. 1, to Jan, 1, l7rt, will get oooy nf the flue Hirooio, "Floral OoVrinff." "VVANTKD 50M fwt Dry Ash Ltim- 1 my rnm irream. Mirwry 1 stork ol large apple Tree, and alm Jr Sate. 1jOK SALli B...

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. — 12 March 1875

' FRIDAY, MAHCII 12,1H75. ' 1)0 T0U WANT A WOOD PAPEK and handRompCIIRO.MO. ThenSub acribe and pay for the JOURNAL.. . - .-.a- , ' THE JOURNAL, the Ppnplo's Journ al an twe hnndaomn Chromo for 2.80. No Eastern or Western Paper Vers more liberal Inducement. Come la and Subscribe. LOCAL MATTERS. Another English Fremonter. No wonder Mr. John Bolton, of the Tromont Foundry, last week put in go much over-tinto to inornasa his salary. He ancribed the reason to a fine Fre mont English girl Laving arrivod to town. Houses. Whererer one goes the inquiry Terywhore is do you know of a house to let. Every one seems interested in the subject, even to ye local. Unless aome one provides more houses the fact is we shall soon find one roof sheltering two or three families, no novelty in our midst. Sociable. The Presbyterian Sociable will be held in the Church Parlors on Thursday evening the 18th. In addition to the turn&l entertainment tho ladies will have a Pound Party and all who chooso are inv...

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 March 1875

Poetry. Poetry. From Hearth and Home. MY SCHOOLMATE. BY GEORGE COOPER. HiH'li a ulcvor girl at sohool! Up in i-vt ry pnuluig rnlo One would think. NmatwirH had for yon attractions, Yon tliil the liardcmt fractions In a wink. Ho polito yon wore, and nice, Ncnt and pretty and preciso, ; - llosy Pot; WIm u I mod to wutoh yon cipher, Yon I thought I oould die for On tho spot? Io-.v I nnviod tliat olil slato Th;il you clasped with mion nodal To your brotuttl Then I curriod lifmo your bookt, 'Mid tho frantic, furious looks Of tho rest. Soon ym passed, with lino preoiion, Out, of tdv-rt to lung division Iu your dresses. Wli'ni rou "Soft'' what sail reaction J-'ollowi l on yonr sweet Hiiblntctiun No ono guesses. Now wo moot in long years after, And your bright eyes twinkle laughter ; School is dc ne. One year woddod? Happy lot! That yonr babyt Still it's Dot And carry one! BY GEORGE COOPER. Miscellaneous. AFTER DARK IN THE ABBEY. It was tho 4th of December, 1873, at a qtuirtur past four in ...

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 March 1875

GRANGE GOSSIP. It in claimed that there in over $15, 000,000 cahIi capital invent od in Grange nterprisosi. A journal called "Tho Rake" has len started by the Grangers of Louisville, ' Kentucky. The petition of Oio Notional Orange in favor of the subsidy in favor of the Texas Pacific found it way from Charleston to Congress very quickly. Tho Grangers of Columbiana county will rent a store room in Salom for tho purpose of storing agricultural imple ment and supplies of nil kinds. The Grangers of this township are making arrangements with A view of building a warehouse at Ottawa during the coming summer. Ottawa Sentinel. Alton Grange, 190, Ohio, denounces by resolution the oligarchical tendencies of the order, and says that its members can see no more reason why masters should make for themselves such laws than tliat when a Congressmen phonlcl vote for a law to increase his own pay, or his honor, ofte.r the public have elected him. Among those who have been in at tendance at tho Stuto...

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 March 1875

hctmont journal FitinAY, mahcit la, mn. TWO Splendid Cbromosonn Kitpcrl nr Wrrk!.T Pnpor and one Monthlj Paper fnr the Kniall Rnm or $'20. o family so poor but 11 ran aflor THKJf. SnliKcrilio lit onoo. Another Improvement. Wo tmiliTstnud Hint "Mr. 1?. N. (linn hnn riirrmiissionoil our city architect, Mr. J. O. Johnnon to prrpn.ro plans for a fino two hViry brick block to covor Uio pa roopuUy occupied by Mr. H. Un- (lprhill, nmr Mranrj. Tschnmy k Don- ysoiru, IV iiit at root. The Failure of the Bounty Bill. Th- ili'f'wt ot 1 1 k- Tkmnty Hill is a grout ili ipiiointraent to tho fricndo of tho inottMiiro thmiicrwint tho country. Ka its f.iilar i in Kcnorally regiu-tlml an the romilt ot a vi m by the iToRitK-nt, it tworan nom'it-ry to explain tlio fruits at tomliiiK it rojoction. Tho House bill who- uiu-.'udrd by the Senate, and re turned to the House for adoption. The iiouoo rof usotl to conetir in tho nmond moutu, mid it oonfcriiice oommittoo wan ppoiril'd by tho two IIoiihcs, who re ...

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 March 1875

lillif v YtV 4 VOL. 47. FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1875. NO. 12. ' THE IRON AGlii. Tuamc li Stovk "that's all the rage," Ilit line of which is the "Inn Aon;" Pile Store at the ria wae the favorite 0110, , Hod boosuse It wll "Bosa'ie tlx teuton it woa. ur eompotltora claim tho Stove la light weight, its "heft" of the asms we can prove as we state; The StOTe la large, the ruting are Hue, The reaerrolr l of the neweat di-slpi. , The Store's oren doom are lined wlth'tln. To lieop houae without one t'would bo a groat ain; The mica front door looka ao eheerfol and bright, experience hae taught na the move la nil right. Compare the weight then wllh the price, See that the doora are fitted nice; I The wood which bimia npon a grato . I Furnishes coale fur "broiling beefsteak." Now if yon wlah to inveat In a store that will alwaja prove a success, Be anrc to get the Iron Aoa, Baforc purthsslng a Store of inferor grade. "I thinkthia will dol What say yon?" The Stove la t...

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 March 1875

Poetry. A STERLING OLD POEM. Hho shall jmlRA a man frcira mfMui-rf Who shall know liiru by his dross? raupfvs may ix At for priucws, rrintes fit for something loss. Crnmi'lnil shirt ami ihrty jacket Mny Ixx-lothe tho fioMeti oro Of tho deepest thmitfht anil fwliugs; Bntui vost avi do no more. There ure s!jrems of crystttl nectar Ever flowinR out of xtono; There are purplo bods and golden, HiddfU, crushed and overthrown, Ood, who counts by bouIb, not dresses, Lores and prospers yon aud mo, Whiles he values thrones the highest But as pebbles in the sea. f 'Man upraised above his fellows, Oft forgets his follows then; JffuHtera rulers lords, remember That your meanest hinds are men; Men of labor, men of feeling, Men of thought and men of fame, Claiming equal rights to sunshine In manhood's ennobling nirnio. There are foam-embroidored oceans, ' There are little wood-clnd rills, There are feeble, inch-high saplings, There ore cedars on tlie hills. Cod, who counts by souls, not stations l...

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 March 1875

SPONGE-FISHING Th majority si tha boat wed in tha (hherlea r ordinary fiahing-boata thraa partt 1h kcj otot, mil oftrryinjf oaewt with an ordinary lug-aajl. Tliay are from aightoen to thirty feet in length, and ore uwnnfd by a crew of four or fire men, one of whom ia ipocially angnged for the pur pose of li&uling, while the rest are divora. Jn some cases, the men own their own toats, but gerininlly Hiey nro hired for the aeaaon, which extBii from June to the middle of October. No wagea nro paid : the rcmunRrntion conRiHtH in nn cqiinl Hhare of the produce of tho nliii)f,'. 'J'lie prof its of a good direr reach aaliightu forty pounds a aonsoii. I)iving is practiced from a very early age up to forty years, beyond which few are able to continue tho pur suit. It docs not appear, however, that practice has any tendency to shorten life, although, as the diver approaclios forty, he is less able to compete with hlayouugnrund more vigorous brother. The time during which a Syrian diver ca...

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 March 1875

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Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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