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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 9 April 1875

plff II Ml VOL. 47. FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1875. NO. 15. 1 i THE r L Fbkki ia Stoth "thifi 11 th. rage," Tbt nams of which Is the "I box Ao;" rhli SUm at the Faib u the (arorlte oae, aiid became it waa "Bom" la the reaaon It won. Oar competitor claim the Store la light weight, 11m "heft" of the same we can prore aa we atate; rhe Btove la large, the caatlnge are flee, The reaerrolr la of the newest deelgn. rhe Btove'a oren doora are lined with tin. To keep honse rHthont one t'would be a great aln; The mica front door looka ao cheerful and hrlght, Experience haa tanght na the Store la all right. This Stove has a large Oven, a Mica Front, the handsomest and ever put on a stove, isnt equalled in broilini has very heavy plates which are closely fitte and is in everyway a .and see it. FREMONT, February 0 0 H ! CD S-s b 4 CO S 9 0 t UNDERHILLS Mammoth Grocery AND City Provision Store, Next Door to Post Underbill's Mammoth Grocery is the Leading House in Town for F...

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. — 9 April 1875

DON'T TELL IT. Tour tii'ig!ilor' nnnip, Or your frinnd'a fair fame, And ulint bofell it, Tn doed or word, Ton taaj have heard, ; Yet pray dou't tell ill If kopt within, This rumor xl Bin Mny prore s bubble; If told ftgniu, Like the tliriving grain, "Twill soon grow double I lustcad of jwace, If strife increase, Thnn try and quell it I Think what you will, Of good or ill, JUit prny don't tell it. THE NEW EL DORADO. What Sheridan Knows About the Black Hills. Clilcago, March 2G. Lieutenant Gen eral Sheridnn has written the following interesting letter concerning the Slack Kills country. It sets forth what has been done and what the government proposes lo do in the matter, and imme diatoly concerns all who contemplate go ing into that country for gold. Hbadquartehs MruTARX Di vision op the Missouri, Chicago, March 25, 1875. General W. T. Shorinan, Headquarters of the Army, St Louis, Missouri. General In reply to your question, "'What do you know of the Black Hills?" I respectfully submi...

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. — 9 April 1875

POPPING CORN. And thore they eat a popping corn John Btiliw find Sumu Cut to; ' John Stiles b fut aa any ox, And Susan 'fat as buttor. s And there they Rat and nhollod tlio oorn, And rnked and dtirrod the flrt, And tftlkci of diflurpnt kind of ears,' And hitohed their ohnirs np higher.' , Tliun Susan, she the popper shook, ' Then John he nhook the popper, Till both their faces grew as red As Banoepana made of copper. And then they shellod, ftnd popped, and ' ate, '-- - - ' All kinds of fun a poking, . And bo haw-hawed at her remarks, And she lnughod at his joking. And still they popped, and still they ate, John's mouth is like a hopper, And stirred the fire and sprinkled salt, And shook and shook the popper. The clock strnck nine and then struck ten, , And still the oorn kept popping; . It stxnok eleven then struck twelve. ' And still no sign of stopping. ' And John he ate, and Susan thought The corn did pop and patter; Till John oried ont, "The corn's afire! Why, Susan, what's the ...

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. — 9 April 1875

Popular Column. ftmnll A itTfAtitmtnt for Sat', For PU, ttmpr ln iW'if-jlw On, jr. mil w A7ANTE A GIRL, to do hwwewotk t? In family of Ten. On whrt ft a po1 cook, who can wttfh nd Iron Well, ran Wave trn.T rmftlojmtmt tt tra wage Apply corner of Blrciinrd and Buck land Avenne, or at this office. TANTE1 Affoutnto cauvtwi for the fl "ivnutnnlal Irtmtruf Tublo, the only eom- T!te tsM innii. Ag.wd man chii secure territo ry, a. B. A C. H. LIUN, Dayton, Oh to. 1B-.6 "ITANTEI .PURCHASERS FOR If my Frnit. Trfmand Nnrwry 8tock. I have as wMmna, stock ol large apple Tree, and alu a jroodntock of all for net ring. Aim Peach, ClrW-y, Ivor, y utn r and Kvprirr'.ts Orape VhiB ami Small Fruits, which I nuarautee u to quality, Mid 4ll at prtera aa low aa the lowest. Retdeu e inn ivnrsery one nine wuet of Knilroan irnot, VM and examine. M-l J. MUCHMOkfc. Sale Y?OU SALE. The west half southwest Treet quarier nwiioti v. vv aerta, id Wott lown vlilp, Haoduokr r-onmy. Ohio. For Unas. A-., apply to U . ...

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. — 9 April 1875

FRIDAY, AFIUL 9, 187S. LOCAL MATTERS. Sale oft Farm. On Saturday lont Mr. John L. Or eon, jr., disposed of his excellent farm of 60 acre, located on the river road, East side, for the siim of 80,500 to Mr. Jerry Quill, of Elyria, who takes possession in Deoember. The Farmer's Friend. We have never before seen so perfect a piece of machinery, adopted to Agri cultural pursuits, as the Hubbard Har vester farmers should early acquaint themselves with it, and patronize home manufacture. Send to O. H. Rosa, 181 Summit St, Toledo, for catalotrne of new music. He has a splendid line of the latest novelties both in book and sheet music, while in musical instruments he keepsthe leading makes in the market, which he offers on tbs lowest and best of terms. Drop him a line and you'll never regret the threo cents thus invested. A Fine Animal. Cal. Snyder and Charley Ourney shouldered their guns on Tuesday and went down Muscalunge Greek, about five miles down the river, and though not very success...

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. — 9 April 1875

Poetry. THE FOLLOWER. BY R. H. STODDARD. Wo linva a youngster iu the houso, A little man of ten, Who dcai-PHt to his motlior is Of all God's little men. In-door nnj out he clings to lior; Ho follows t:p nd down; Ho steals his slender lmnd iu hers; He plucks her by the gown; "Why do yon cliug to me so, child ? You track mo everywhere; Ton nevor let me be alone. " And he with his serious air Answered, ns closer still ho drew, "My foot were made to follow you. Two years before the boy was born Another child of seven, Whom Hoavou had lent to us a while Went back again to Heaven. He came to fill his brother's plnoe And bless our failing years; The good God sent him down in lovo To dry our useless tears. I think so, mother, for I hear Iu what the chfld lias said A meaning that he knows not of, A message from the dead. He answered wiser than he knew: "My feet were made to follow you,' Come hero, my child, and sit with me, Your head upon my breast; Yon are tho lat of all my sons And you mus...

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. — 9 April 1875

HESTER BROWNE. Oh, yon Bra charming, Ileetor Browne, 80 do not, every time you pass The little Fsyche looking-glass, ' Find some disorder in your gown I In every ringlet of your hair, ' In every dimple of your cheek, Whene'er yonr smiloor smiling speak, There lurks a craol, charming snaro. There's not a motion of the hand Tliat shows a graoe to lure and win, There's not a coy, coquettish sin That Hester does not understand. And lot her break a hundred hearta, And mend them with a glance again; Be sure the pleasure heals the paiu Of little Hester's cruel arts. NOT PARTICULAR ABOUT WHAT HE RECEIVED FOR HIS CORN. now is this, neighbor Simpson? Are you drawn on the jury too, that you are going to town on suoh a stormy day as this? I don't believe there will be any court on such unpleasant weather; but when a man is drawn on the jury he is obliged to put in an appearance, or he will likesy be fined. The Judge, will sometimes let a man off when he comes with an excuse; but if he don't com...

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. — 9 April 1875

The Fremont Journal I'lUDAY, AriUIi 9, 1875.. LOCAL MATTERS. NEW PAPER. The Xew Baltimore Enterprise is title of a cow paper just established at that point in Wood oounty, by Wiseman Pcrera. It ia quite neat, and looks hnallhy. We wish the proprietors success. Narrow Escape. On Tuosilny afternoon Mr. Faul Iteif 's littlo girl happened to run across Btate street, when a light spring wagon was passing, and being knocked down and run over was severely shaken and bruised, bnt no serious injuries resulted. The Last of the Season. On Tuesday evening tho Fremont Social Club gave their Inst daaoe for the Bfwion, in Union Hall. There was an excellent and select attendance, tho laght Guard Band contributing some first-class music, and a right pleasant erorunjr was spent. Fremont Again Ahead. Wo 0nd that on Tuesday last, Mr. J, C. Johnson, our city architect, again completed negotiations for yet another church for Union City, Indiana. It is to bo a very fine structure and Mr. J. will immediate...

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. — 16 April 1875

n i r r Z VOL. 47. FREMONT,' SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1875. NO. 16. f1 r n CM THE IRON AGE. Tbbhb U a Stotb "that's ill tha rage," The name of which Is the "I ROM Aor;" rhls Store at the Kai ni the favorite one, and became It was "BM" la the reason It woo. Oar competitors claim the Store Is light weight, Ills "heft" of the same we can prore as we state; The Store Is large, the eastings are floe. The reserrolr Is of the newest design. fhe Store's oren 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, Bxperlence has taught ns the Store Is all right. This Stove has a large Oven, a Mica Front, the handsomest and most injenious Reservoir ever put on a stove, isnt equalled m broiling has very heavy plates which are closely fitte and is in every way a and see it C. fJL DILLON' GO FREMONT, February 1 1th, 1875. CD &V CD ' H ti' S.5 05 0 UNDERBILL'S Mammoth Grocery AND City Provision Store, Next D...

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. — 16 April 1875

THE WAY TO WOO. Don't be in too groat a hurry; Hnrrios neror pay. Take your time; wary general Always feels his WAy. Do not pull your lino too quickly, Rather give it ply. Tak hot ometimcs to a concert, fionietitnes to a ball; SoiuotiuicB uponj a pleasant evening Sometimes only call; Bometinif 'twill be much the wisest Not to go at all. , Do not meet your would-be rivals With a jealous frown; "Show her that you don't care two-pence For any man in town. Praise her other beaux; then surely She will run them down. Send her presents, jiot too costly, Trifles light as air; Dainty fruits to please her palnte; Flowers for her hair Somothing that will show yon chose it Fairest for the fair. Vex her sometimes (constant sunshino Is so very tame,) Jnst a little dash of water Brightens up a flame; Iiove that doesn't ftz and splutter Isn't worth the narao. Then at last, some quiet evening (Moonlit nights are stole,) Drop into her cosy parlor ' Iiooking rather pale, Strive to hide your woe tmuttc...

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. — 16 April 1875

DOWN THE SHADOWED LANE. Down the shadowed lane riio gom, And bur rm ere laden With tli woodbine od wild row, Happy little maiden! SJwoetly, Bwefltly doth she sing, r ,'. By the lark above her; Surely every living thing That hath Keen muxt love hr. As Hhe strayed and as she sung, Hlpy little," maiden! Shadowy lanea and dells among, With wild flowers laden, Chanced a bonny youth that way, For the lauos were shady . Slio dropped one wee flower they say, Did tl'is little maiden. Dropped a flower, so they say, Dropped and never missed it; And the yonth, o-lnck-a-day, Ticked it np and kissed it. Now in swoot lane wanderings, With hor love she strays and siugs, With her love she strays and sings, Happy little maiden! m Special Cjrreaoondanca of tha Cinoinuati Ga zette. ' PROSPECT OF WAR IN EUROPE. Extent and Character of Preparations Orinany, Austria and Russia The Herman Uymnastlc l)rlllAc raunt by nn Eye-Wltncs9. NEW YORK, March 24. I have just received a letter from a prominent represen...

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. — 16 April 1875

c Jv tiA ski aM.iaitffttMi mssrltv J-'iss Csmsl fr 6ns. JViynwiU in advance. sltmtW. WfANTKU A OIRL to lo lwmnework tt Inafnmllr ol in. fhf -wtio 1a a pnr cook, who ran wash and tron well, ran hare atearrr mploymrnt nt pi'Ml wafos. Apply pottiit of allrcrisrd and Hock laud Avt'iirias, or at thia office. WANTED--Afrentato canYasa for the s T "OenlannlsJ lrotilnff Table," the only torn- ftats tabta mattel A rn'Hl man can awnra lerrUo- rr. K. B. C. II. LYON, Darlori, Ohio. 11-11 "irANTED PURCHASEKS FOB ff my Fmit Trecaarid Nnrwnr BUick. Itiava an anntmnl stork ol Urge apple Trees, aod aiM a pnodaUK-k or all aftfte, for netting. Also Paacb, sjhernr, Pear, Quince and Kvenrreena, drape Vinae and Hinall Krnlta, which I anarantce aa In trmdttT, atvd aril at prleca aa low aa Hie loweat. Rcshiencc Nursery one mile weal of Katlrnad IH-put, Call and eiamlne. 81-16 J. M I 1 11 MOKK. JFVr Jlrnl. (J?OR RENT BARN A GOOD, JL strong, brick barn, on Front street, nearly op posite Bush's llvory stable....

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. — 16 April 1875

FRIDAY, ArRIL 16, 1875. City Lots! City Lots! -in- FRANKLIN ST, ADDITION ! . FREMONT. Jfarth of Btnt Afreet, Mmfn A. Jtutinoto Portion of tho City th i". emt Itarretttr Work: These Lot tra nicety located, art hljrh and dry, excellent soli, and altogether the ml desirable Lota In market. Franklin street Is nicely graded, and shade troes planted the entire length of the street. Tbeae Lots will be sold at reasonable price, and on long payments, If desired; arrangements can be made for monthly, quarterly or semi-annual payments. Interest six per cent. tw Special Inducements offered to those who purpose building. Apply to A. K. RICE, who can be found at First Rational Bank during banking boars, or at his res idence (corner Blrchard Avena. A Wood Street) morning and eranlng. LOCAL MATTERS. Jacob's Increase. It was Jno. Jacobs who was the Imp pieet fellow in the city, last Saturday it was a boy. Vergil is now a grand father and considers he sliall be a happy man if things end there. Fremon...

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. — 16 April 1875

Poetry. MY PALACE. IY TUOUAB ICKX BNOMSH. Fnll ninny cawtlo la air I have planned In Nobody's land; And now n grand palace Ih building for mo lj the wiord sisU,rsithrec. Dcop Inid iia foundation And broad and secure Mado to ever end aro. ; IjOw the rafters; tko doorway Is narrow nnd small; With no windows the wall. From that palace no turrets Nor piniMJcloarise, Stretching up to the skies; No Rcnlptured escutcheon With nrras of the great Hungs over tho gate. The grim, silent portor Who ttmds witli his keys, No visitor sees; When once close tho portals, Within all is gloom Till tho trumpet sound of doom. It lies in a country More populous for Thau the groat oceans are; Where the noble and peasant Tho clerk and the clown As equals lie down. A country with millions Of wealth and great, Who rule not the state; Filled with once famous monarohs, Not one has a throne; There rank is unknown. Nor lmngor, nor sorrow, Nor passion nor crime. Nor division of timo, Nor hope, nor ambition, Nor pai...

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. — 16 April 1875

THE BURDEN BEARER. "Oaat thj bnrdeD on t. Lori and be ball sn UU thee." Christian, when thy way seems darkest, When thiuo eyes with tear ar J dim, i Straight to God, thy Father, Iiastoning, Toll thy troubles all to him ; . , ' v Not to human ear confiding . Thy sad We of griof and caro, But before thy Father kneeling, Pour out all thy sorrows there. Sympathy of friends may cheer thee, ' When the fierce, wild storm has. burst, But God only can console thee When it breaks npou thee first; Go with words, or tears, or silence, Only lay thoe at Ilia feet, . Thou shall prove how great His pity, And His tenderness how sweet. Think, too, thy divine Redeemer Knew, as thou canst never know, All the deepest depth of suffering, All the weight of human woe, And though now in glory seated, He can hear thy feeblest cry; Even hear the stifled sighing, Of thy dumb heart's agony. All thy griefs by Him are ordered, Needful is each one for thee, Every tear by him is counted, One too much there can not ...

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. — 16 April 1875

Uht $xt mnt gfmirnal FniDAT, AVliW lfi, 1875. LOCAL MATTERS. Fremont Produce Market. Tlio miirkot, in the past week, has lxn woll supplied. Wheat han fntched from $1.13 to 1.15o; oats 60o; corn 70c; trattor 14 to 16o; pRgs aHhillinga dozen. Millinery Store Removal. It will bo soen elaowhere that Mi.w Thompson lnis moved into Russell's Wock, noxt to Mr. Lesher'a and lias possciaaod Fremont with a millinery irtore in every respect equal to tho load ing rot-iil hou.iea of the kind in the larg est cities of the State. Wo hope to find her enterprise unsparingly rewarded. To mackerel, crackers, candy or fruit, !, elieese or batter that's certain to suit; Glas?, u.-vik'ry, baskets or any goods low Just try once a trade with Stactsxtbb Co. A Serious Cut. One Charles Hone, a butcher in the employ of Mr. Cohn, Front street, was eutting some meat the other day, when ttie-knife slipped and severed an artery m his knes. He lost considerable blood, but applied for surgical aid at the office of Bn...

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. — 23 April 1875

rl ithft VOL. 47. FREMONT, SANDUSKY, COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1875. NO. IT. mm n-rr THE ROI Tesss It a Stoi "llif sll tb nge," Tbs name of which ii the "InoM Aos;" IHis Store at the Fi wh the favorite one, 4 And became It was "Bom" It the reason It woo. Our competitors dalm the Store Is light weight, Vh "heft" of the same we can prore as we state; The Store Is large, the castings are Ine, The reserrolr Is of the newest design. rhs Store's oren doors are lined with tin. To fceep honss without one t'wonld be a great sin; The mica front door looks so cheerful ami bright, experience has taugm ns ine oioto is ail ngiu. This Stove has a lare Oven, a Mica Front, the handsomest and most injenious Reservoir ever put uu siuvu, lsu. llt-VA? " Ul J UUWIJ AW WAV and is in every way a and see it. FREMONT, February t J - A P P m fto S0 a. 0 0 9 i 2'HS en u 4 u n u l j - s:..i i UNDERHILL'S Mammotli Grocery AND City Provision Store, Next Door to Post Office, Fremont, Ohio. :o: t Underhill's ...

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. — 23 April 1875

LOSSES. Upon the white aea snml There nut pilgrim bsnil, TellhiR the lnsnes tlidir lives had known, While the evening waned away From broef j cliff and bay, VAnU tlie strong lido went nt with weary noon. One apake with qniroring lip, Of a fnir freighted ship, "With all hin household to the deep gone down, But one had wider woe, For fair face long ago, Jxxrt in darker depth of a great town. There wore tome who mourned thoir yonth With a most loving truth, JTor the brnva hopes and memories ever green, And out upon the West, Turned an eye that would not rost. JFor fnr-off hills whereon its joy had been. Some talked of varniahed gold, Some of prond honors told, Some spake of friends that were their trust no more, And one of a green grave Beaide a foreign wave, That made lain sit so lonely on the shore. But when their talos wero done, There spake among them one, . A stranger, seeming from all sorrow free. "Slid losses lmve yo met, But mine is heavier yet, Tor a bolieviug heart heart hath...

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. — 23 April 1875

DAISY LEAVES. i "Bftiiiy, daisy, U11 mo truo, , - , , In he ia be coming!?' i L. J Thus she BftnK, and on the ground Daisy lwre ley strewn around, Afl she the songwiuj humming. ' "Dainy, daisy, tell mo now, Cometh eome one hithnrf ; Daifiy, UaiHy, toll me truo J If you wore I, and I were you, . Would you send him thither I " "He will ask me well, I know He will writ a question, I love, lore not; I lovel oh well. Daisy, dear, your leaves must tell, I'll aot on your smggostion. "Daisy, if you tell me fair, I'll yield the credit due yon 'I lore, love not; 'oh, that's not right I Daisy, you're not honor bright, ' Til listen no more W you I "Some one's almost here, I know, For fast my heart is beating Daisy, 'oh I I love him bo I now could you try to tell me no, And nearly spoil our meeting?" HAVING MORAL COURAGE. - 4 Moral courage ia a big thing. All the good papers advise everybody to have moral courage. , All the almanacs wind np with a word about moral courage, ,.. ..."Have the moral...

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. — 23 April 1875

yopuht (Solttnn. Dull A rtenrriMmenfa for Half. Vor Itrnt, l-nrt, M m 4 VeXy-ltM YmA.. J aiMiioofl line fnu. ik'nffc fl.ft'nrta rnecrf Krt. 'It VnU nitntrd. WANTED A GIRL to do honaoirork v In a family of seven. On wtio la ft pood mk. who ran waph and Imn well, can eve steady rmploTrnent St g"t wages. Apnly corner nf Stlrcbard and Hackland Aeouea, or ftt this O01c. rknt barn a good, A' i sti-ont. brick hm, on Front street, nsturlr op- n1tr Uafti's Itrery stabl. It would be let chum far ny pn j-jx-h of msnafscture or ft pucktr house. Apiily toMr.T. UUHU. at hit livery omce, Front street. -J JFsjr Afaf I3IANO FOR BALK. Can be ftcwn at jl tne residence ot j. tt, ttanieit, hk). for wrm address J. r Carroll, Box 6, Kiwrai, Prtge TiOR SAXil. The west half oiithwst JL quarter section S1t W acres; north hstf north west qt.re. fwc1ioo , HO acrea, In Swt4 'Hwn ftiip, Ssndnskr OouiitT. Ohio. For trrns, Ac., applj to L. V KAWBON, Fremont, Ohio. IMS OR SALE By pnyate eoniroot, two eery lartre ci...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
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