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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 19 March 1875

The Fremont Journal fhiday, mai.ch1 afwsT THE J OLIO iAI,, (h People's Jonrn-I aiKPtwo Imiiflsonift Chromes' for tS.KO. No Eastern or Western Paper offers more liberal inducements. Come la and Subscribe. LOCAL MATTERS. Cheap Ice. It is geuerally nmlorstooil tlmt ice will be very choap th(! coming season and that novoral persons with abundant supplies are couteniplating the peddling buxinons. The old proverb has it that "too many cooks spoil the broth." St. Joseph's Church Organ. We learn that arrangemeuta have been completed with Felgemaker & Derrick, of Erie, Pa., to re build the organ in the above place of worship and add thereto seven new stops, The work will be preceded with after Earter. -, -. Another Wolf in Lindsey. Lntewt reports have it that on Satur ilny moming last Mr. Josinh Wolf.com miBsiou merchaut, of Lindney took in a partner commercially and sociality a bouncing son, over 10 pounds. May Wolf 4 Hon long prosper together. Genuine Crackers. li you wish for crack cr...

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 March 1875

Somebody's Servant Girl. 8k Itnod thrra ImwIii vaarUf Against Id window train.; Her far. iru patient, tad aad twta, liar surmrntt roar, and plain ; "Who if die, pray F" I sited a friend, The nvl lips save i curl--"lteally! 1 -to not know her nine, Klie'a -t ti- m t servant flrl." A en in I kivt her on Hit atrmit Willi bundle trnrijat nlonir. Hrr fiic c n sweet nod patient till, AmUl the joatlinK tliron J : flnwlj i lieerfnlly ah moved, Gimr.llii.s itli wtichh.it care , A market-basket mm'h too lines Kor hrr illxSt hamU to bear. A man, 1 thought prentlonian. Went pushing rudely by, sneciuiix II"1 baket (nun her hands, But tnmln not hit eye; Nor (here Is ii neees-flty, Am id Hint Imny whirl, l-'or liim to be it gentleman To "aome one! servant girl.1 Ah, ve'.l il ii that timl above l.n(,s tit upon the heart. Ami never jit tjteaany one l!y )- tt' outer pnrl ; . Kor it tlto aoul be pure ami Hood, . lie will not nilndllie rest, j;..r cjii' -iiuti what Die irarroents wers In which li e lim...

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 March 1875

GRANDMA MISS H. R. HUDSON. The is lying fast asleep, ' . In hor Rundny cop and gown;, Cells are tolling loud ami deep In tho town. ' Hrtrmy field and sunny wood Are go qniot mid 80 fair, That the bells seem almost rnde, ' ! " Echoing there. Overhead is naught but blue; And so still Hint Jem and I Wonder if it in Sunday, too, . Iu the sky. Circled near us, hushed and bowed, Hearing prnyor, the neighlmrsstnml, Jem and I creep through the crowd, Hand iu hand; And we hear the pastor say, With raised eyes and earnest face, "Death, like sunshine, floods our ways With God's grace." Grandma does not hear or stir, Only lies thoro with a smile; Nothing seems to trouble her . For the while. He! gray lmir is smoothed away Underneath her cap's starched band, And ifho holds a white boquet ' In her hand. After song and prayer are done, She is shut from warmth aud light, Carried forth through shade aud Run, ' Ont of sight. Jem and I would follow her, i,!But the pastor, teuderly Lifts us, while the ...

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 March 1875

l'ltMUY, MAUCH 13, 1875. TWO Splendid Chromon, ono Superi or Weekly Funvr and one Jfonthlt Paricr for t lie small mint of fc2.N0. Ho fnmfl, o poor but it can affor TU1IM. M.Wril.etouee. . --- l 5" ' Tho lino of di'feuee udoted by l?eecli. -ts ultoinejs in very much like' the "atop tUiefwrof the pickpocket, . , . ,. to Hltrrtrt n' tendon from himself. d'Hwni'lliclr'toproveHeniy'sinnoei'nco.land I ", -.- t-t. Democratic lgiKlntorg of Ohio will hold on to their per tUenitill the t"L""'( ii'ii. (Jarll. Id will go to (Jounce licut t-' Klui.ip the Slato previous to the April i'leotion.; i tin t of M-iyi ' It is so uio to teach econ omy forfivo (lolliim a day (luring such tinier. The people will remenibor the fact, Irnvevcr, when the next election rolls riiiiail. . . I " ijit i u minor has it thai there will 1"' a v.iraucy bccrotiiiy of blate. . Fish, it says will succeed Ho.heiick, nt tho Court of St. Janiei', and Hchonek will devote bis leis ure thci-raftf r to self-culture iu the urt of...

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 March 1875

Fremont Journals-Triple Sheet. VOL. 47. FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1875. NO. 13. RAILROADS. CONDENSED TIME-TABLE. CONDENSED TIME-TABLE. LAKE SHORE RAILWAY-GOING EAST. a. m. a. . r. M. 10:47 0:KB S:9l) 11:48 7:40 6:43 ltl:i T:N 7:( 1K?SS ;M 7.54 !:4&r.al. 10:60 :W Leave Toledo Fremont Civile Monrocvllle Arrlvet'leveland GOING WEST. a. w. fl:S5 ;no I:(X1 : 10:60 v. a. 8:90 0:00 :30 41 8:04 r. Leave Cleveland Moni-oevllle ( ly.le l-'reinont Arrive Toledo 7:2a ?:: 10:10 10:W 11:60 Way Freight. (Hlflfe WAST. AOTffa WSJS-P. Utn rn:mont, :4SA.H.Leav Fremont, 4:s r.a. " U:10a.h. " 8:rl).M. LAKC KHIB A LOUlBVtl.UI BArLWAT OOfNO SOOTH. Leave Fremont, :!5 a. k. ts P. M. :0U a. m. Knatorla. iu:su h:id 10:4s 11:17 :1 li:M'F. a. " Findlay, Arlve Lluia 1:00 p. a. 11:1 4:00' GOING NORTH. Leave Lima, B:xfta.. h. 9:Mp. a. 1:00 a. a. " Flnillay, 6:S1 -.m 1:1Rp. a. " Kostorla, :IS 6:30 1:10 Arrive Fremont, 7:80 6:44 4:45 SHORT ROUTE TO THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST. TOLEDO WABASH &a...

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 March 1875

Che rcntont omal FRIDAY, MAROH 20, 1875. BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF MR. T. H. BUSH. A Brief History of a Prominent and Respected Citizen. H-olrineaa and randor, wllh honor and truth, f '-ndoflhtdly framtha fntnre of ronth j Mnrer la mid-life, cncJi possessors we find Husband, father and trieua the noblest kind. Were the experiment put to the prac tical tent, it would indeed be no inconsid erable task to discover a more worthy and deservedly popular citizen than our intimate and geninl friend and neighbor, Mr. T. H. Bush more familiarly known as Mr. Tim Bush a resident of Fre mont for orer thirty-four years. Whose universally accredited judgment and ex perience among hones has attached to his post career much of curiosity, spec ulation, and in fact, general interest. -Timothy Hastings Bush, oldest son of Erastns and Susan Bush (the latter of whom bore the maiden name of And erson) was born at Rochester, N. T., in 1824, being one of a family of seven six sons and one daughter. His father ...

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 March 1875

hcmuontgottvuaI FlilDAY, MAKC'Il G, 1875. Fremont Manufacturing & Wholesale. We Wo frpqnently heard reforenoo made to onr city, and though made in tho prpsonco of romJpnls, allowed to pass uuref nted, that our manufacturing and wlioleaulo iuterest was of no mate rial importance. Let us simply weigh the facts cnrofully, aud when we find some thirty of them in existenoe, how will stand the Yerilict f We have 1 har rester works, 1 engine shop and foun dry, 1 boiler works, 1 agricultural works, 2 sash factories, 1 stave factory, 2 furniture manufactories, 2 limekilns, 1 Frear-atone works, 2 flouring mills in and one just out of the corporation, 4 carriage works, 2 extensive lumber yards, 2 marblo works, 3 brick fields, gas works, malt extract manfautory, beside pork paoking houses, brewery, candy factory, wholesale cigar manufacturers, tobacco merchant, commission and produce merchants, two banks, Ao. This simply refers to the heavier classes of busiuoss, who have extensive interest...

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 March 1875

OLIVER JOHNSON. When I was a little by, Cttlvin I loliovi'tl hi ; When I grow a bipRrboy, Qiuikor was deceived in. t Tlion with Friends TrogrosHivo Did I cast my lot, lint my mind expanding, I believed them not. Then with practical Christians OCT I went a skippin; Then with spirit rappers Saw I tablo-tipping; Now I go a-hearing Mr. Frothingham, Who fop orthodoxy Doenn't care a clam. All these turns and twintinga Make of me a Bolivar Who can give to me A Roland for an Oliver? Fremont as a Wool Market. Like all othor marketable produce from the nrrounding townships, the ' price of wool i ever fluctuating, but is an evidence that Fremont ships liar ahare we have reasons for kuowing that in the past year our merchants have handled over 100,000 pounds, one firm alone reporting purchases of over 40,000 pounds, and another 30,000 beside small er buyers. And more, the chief breeds of sheep in our district are admitted, as a rule, of the best wool producing character. Three-Card Monte—Canada...

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 March 1875

FRIDAY, MAItOH 2, 1875. LOCAL MATTERS. Church Service. Rev. J. T. Pollock, of Tiffin, O., will fill the pulpit at tlio 1st frosty torinn church, on Sundav next, morning and evening. m Common Pleas Court. The next sitting of this court is ap pointed for tho ltH of ApviL There is already a very full 'locket anil among tho cases enumerated are several of con siderable local interest. His Last. Most of our readers will be familiar with tho name of Johnny Mnlrain, for some time popular for his indulgences of life. He had boon suffering somo time from an attack of typhoid fover, and on Monday last he died. "Ohio Statistics." Wo wore,' a few days ago, favored wi'h an inspection of a proof number of that valuable work "Ohio" statistics, for 1874," just received by Mr. Frank Geible, our county auditor. It is a fine work and contains quite .interesting accounts of our growing importance. "Keep Cool." This is what JonuyKeefo, of the sa loon on Croghan street, evidently in tends doing this summ...

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 March 1875

SCIENTIFIC. Ai.i:!N-vi UTK.vmt.s. Soventoen fehrt have pasj.l sicco Poville first produced nluniiaiini on acomtneri-'nl scales hut thj cP'.!h!uhi8 rejj'iirdinj tin's rery interest-; in; nml liivri'.ot'inus invention o( the dis- tiDijiiialicl French chemist have not as jet Won fulfilled. Although many those ixpxt.itions were somewhat exagj geiiitod. tlicy woro not so unreasonable as ninny j)i.(ic believed them to bej for niotal with bo many valuable properties would bo useful in many of the technical arts. Among those properties are a beauti ful color Hint docs not change in the sir, nor yet in sulphurous exhalations, anil further remai knblo liglitniss, an ajjrco.ihlo reason anee, and a capability of being worked into any sh.ipe. Moreover, in the use or man ipulation of aluminum, thcro have not hitherto been obsorvoil any deleterious effects. It is generally conceded Jhat the cost, ted not the absence of properties which . fcaka other motnla valuable, has prevented Jie more extensiv...

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 March 1875

IMPORTANT TO LADIES. An old Established Business in Real and Artificial Hair—Fancy Hair and Artificial Hair—Fancy Hair Work, and a Most comprehensive Collection of Fashionable Ornaments Toilet Articles, &c. P eople In erery age and clime A re prone to bow at taehtona' etaloe I -ovoklng aamrs, flrat, to bteaa, Kl-t seeking atyle and ahow In dreea E ndlng with bair lor comellneae. Chicfljr for the Information of our lady readers though probably with some degree of interest to many of the sterner sex wo have long desir ed an opportunity to refer to the important business of our highly es teemed friends, J. G. & E. B. PAINE. of 161, Summit street, Toledo, whose established and extensive trade in. artificial hair wholesale and retail as also the manufacture of hair work, generally, has rendered their . name as familiar as household words. So far back as ,1857 when society wa equally given to "hairs" as in these days it suggested itself to the Fa we Bros., that the caprices of fas...

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 March 1875

Chcrfrn:iont Sleuwal FJUDAY, MARCH 2(i, 1875. LOCAL MATTERS. Statistics of Divorces. Diwiiif,- the piist ,TOftr, ill Sandusky Comity Unite wore 21) ewes diniosoil of, 3 left standing over. Ten wero brought by L;vibu:nl 22 by wile. In 4 coses alimonv wiw nlloweil. 6 crows wore granted to lmsbamU, 8 wore dismissed, 14 win gTmitad to wives, 5 refused wife. In four ewn tli j question of children x wna mined n?id in cai-li they were givon to the c.istody of the mother. Do You Smoke? s lenrn a Bec.rct. Wo recently looked in t the mammoth ohooery, on Trout sl.ront, mid found the proprietor arranging a variety of the nicest looking cigars W9 o.vor saw real tempting. Ouo standing by, who goes henvy on philos ophy, s.mght to "tiiato nud try before lio'd buy." Then we went on tho same philosophy, and our verdict run thns- wi.se: "For a genuine Smoke, a pleas ant draw or a cheap puff friend Vh ' BEDHtLL does the' right thing. Gen- tternrm wo can assure you finer brands never entered the market ...

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. — 2 April 1875

i t '...: .; ! LL VOL. 47. 1 1 FREMONT, SANDUSKY. COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1875. NO. 14. itt THE IR 1 ip Thmb Stov "that1 ill th rage," The name of which I the "Iroh Aon;" rhU Store at the Faiawas the favorite one, and became It wai "Boss" la the reason It won. 9nr competitors dalm the Stove la light weight, fti "heft" of the same we can prove aa we state; rhe Stove la large, the castings are flue, The reservoir la of the newest dealgn, rhe Stove's oven doors are lined with tin, To keep honse without one t'wonld be a great sin; The mica front door looks so cheerful and bright, Cxperlenoe has tanght na the Stove Is all right. 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. FREMONT, February H 3 CD n fjtJ CD g. & so Pi UNDEKHILIS Mammoth City Provision Store, . Next Door to Post Off...

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. — 2 April 1875

The Voiceless. mrM the bmkon lyre that rwt ' Where the iwnt waillnir iinirera tamber: 33nto'er their ttlent litter's brew. The wild flowcrp who will ttoop to &nmbrt A few can touch the miigio string, .And noisy fame is roal to win them; .A In for thoe who never ting, But die with all their music in thcra 1 3v, frricve not for the dead alnno, Whose sonjr hns tbM their hoart's sn1 story, vToep for the roicoleas, who have known. The cross, but not the crown of glory ! Hot n hero tlie Ivoucmlian breezes swoop O'er Pn)iho's mrmory -haunted billow, JInt where the g.Uteutng night dews weep On nameless sorrow's churchyard pillow Oh hearts that break and give no sign, i Save whitening lipa and fading tresses. Till death poura out his cordial wine. fciow dropped from Misery's cnwhLng pressea ; If sinking breoth or echoing chord To every pang were given, What oii'iluss melinite were poured, As sad as esrth, as sweet as IUavcnJ MR. DAYTON'S HOUSEKEEPER. "Wan tel. A housekeeper. No one but i...

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. — 2 April 1875

APPLE PIES. Bum follow who lind OYertftxad hi diftivitiva facilities, UinooiiVrot a folWs on apple pii-sH , .4 $ I loath, abhor, detent, dpitpinr, Abominate, dried apple pies t I like good broad, I like good meat, Or any tiling that's fit'to eat; Uitt of all poor gnib beneath the skies, The poorest is driod apple pies. Gits me the toothache or sore eyes, In preference to dried apple pies. The fanner lakes his guarliost frnit pNuitmy, bitter and hard, to boot: cThey leavethehulls to make us cough, And don't take half the peelings off; Then on a dirty string 'tis strung, And from a chamber window hung, To form roost for ants and flios, Until it's ready to make pies. Tread on my oorns; or tell me lies, But pass me not your apple pies! OCCASIONALS. BY FOGY. Scandalous. the be ap The great trial of the nineteenth oen tury tirelessly draws out its sickening lengths. All people of common sense can but be daily only more firmly con rinoed that it should never have been begun. The result mus...

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. — 2 April 1875

fMMI A -Hnmt f fV., Sale, rr J... Irta 7'p"tr-ar Wa. WAN'i'KD A GIRL tn do limiflork Inafnmll ol awn. wtio If (rood who can warn and imn well, rjin lavaaT t-'iupUivmont at ciaia wmf. Apply onur of iiin hard and llmlland Avcnaca, or t thla ofll. a. f ANTE I Acfoiito oftuvasn fur tho rYliteimta.1 Ironlnr Table," thn iwily com- 1le4 tanla r. !.. -piete tanla nwie. A gooil man can aiMWe territo ry. B. II. t. II. LYON, Dj!n, Ohto. la-16 "rANTK1 Evarybody to 1 V Mioat "New nivta TAaHN 1 know that WATOUhS. ' ara Bold vary chian at .11-14 LttFl'KLMAN'B. WANXE1 y PUKOHASETIS FOR .mv4ni!tTTertand Niirary Block. I rravn n innrail atoek TM large appaa Treea. and w a p-oofl tnM of all agra, inr t.llng. Alao IWoh, JJie.TV, IVar, (uiavand Kverrrpeua, Grape Vlna find Small Friilta, which I anai-mitee aa to yir.llty, jwid aB A prluca a low aa Ifce lnwoal. rti'iliice find Na.n-ry on mile weat o( Hnllroad .Vlit. tiall aml ejamino. M-ia J. Ml'CH MOHK. Tor Stole. Jv01V8'ALE.--Thn went half" smith west '...

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. — 2 April 1875

FRIDAY, AntlL 2, 1875. LOCAL MATTERS. List of Letters. Itemftininjt in the Fremotit Post-office, March 81, 1875: 3. H. Bnnrrmn, Oeorfrn Colmnn, J. Oreen, Jno. Kiliff, Mrs. Winna Mowern, Mrs. B. H. White. Thb Oliver Chilled Tlow ia having n larger sale than all other plows combined Improving Roads. Farmers iu town on Wednesday say that the thermometer m mm( parte on Tuesday rose to one hundred degrees. The roads are drying Very fast, and will soon be perfootly good to admit of them hauling in wheat Just as freely as ever. Stausmver A Co., Front street, will surprise you if you drop in on Saturday Give them a call. Hams only 15o per lb., shoulders lie per lb. Lost a Finger. Fred. Hague, a farmer's son residing in Ballvillo, was on Saturday engaged in cutting feed, when he caught his little finger on the loft hand, and so lacerated it, that on application to Dr. Brinker hoof, that gentleman found it necessary to amputate it below the knuckle joint. Green Groceries. Underbill, of the Ma...

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. — 2 April 1875

OLD TIMES. There's a Vipuvitifiil noncr oa the slumb erous air Tlmt cliifla through Uio valley of tmamn; It oomiwi fora a clime whore tlie roans Wnre And a tuneful heart, and bright brown hair That wnvoa in the morning beams. Soft eyos of azure, aud eyes of brown And suow-wluto foreheads are there, A glimmering cross and a glittering crown, A thorny bed and a oouch of down, Lost hopes and leaflets of prayer. A rosy lonf and a dimpled hand, A ring and a plighted tow; Three golden rings on a broken hand, A tiuy track on the snow-white sand, A tew and a sinloss brow. Sicre'ti a tincture of griof in the beauti ful song That sobs on tlie summor air, And loneliness felt in the festive throng Sinks down in the soul as it trembles along From a clime where the roses are. ' We heard it first at the dawn of day, And it mingles with matin chimes; But years have distanced the beautiful lay, And its melody floweth so swiftly away, And we call it now, "Old Times." PIONEER HISTORY OF NORTHERN OHIO....

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. — 2 April 1875

OLD CHARGER AND THE BAKER. It Is Wonderful to See how the horse, wbeii ono properly instructed, never forgets what lie lias been taught. There are many amusing instances of this; as in the case of the old charger which a London baker had purchased, and on which he rode when supplying his cus tomers with loaves and hot rolls. Pass ing, one morning, the gate at Ilyde Park, the trumpet soundod for the rogi- mont of - life-guards to fnll in. No soon et did the sound assail the ears of the old charger than away he darted into the park off flow the baker's hat, out jumped the loaves from the panniers in vain did the baker try to restrain his headstrong speed. In a few seconds he found his horse liad placed him in the front rank of the Guards. The baker tried in every way to. got him to quit the position, but all to no purpose. The soldiers wore enjoying the gro tesque appearance of the baker and his horse, when one of the Guards recog nized the animal, and informed his comrades tliat some...

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. — 2 April 1875

F1UDAY, AriUL 2, 1875. LOCAL MATTERS. Republican Caucus. The Republicans of Ballvills Town ship are requonted to meet at theTownship House on Saturday, April 3d, 1875, at 10 o'clock A. At. to noruinulo candidates for township offices. A full attendance is doafred, Br oni'un of Township Committeb. Republican Caucus. The republicans of York tp., are re quested to meet at York Center, on Sat urday April 3d, 1875, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of nominating candi dates for the several township offices, to be elected at the coming election. BY ORDER OF COMMITTEE. Who's got that Key. There is an armory in the court house, but the key is hard to find, and the arms are not oomatablo without the key, As a consequence the soldiers in the Union Spy did not get those muskets. u. by tne unver unuled t'low, more durable than any, runs lighter than any other and will scour in any soil. Those Tramps. And still they come in droves, over fifty in the past week having sheltered a night in our "c...

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