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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 23 April 1875

She $rcwnt gjaurttai FRIDAY, ArKIL 23, 1875. City Lots! City Lots! r i ; v! .;U FRANKLIN ST. ADDITION FREMONT. Horth of Hate Slrsot, bttmen lh Business Fot-tleit of lh City and Xht Frtmomt M These IxU ire ncely looted, en high and dry, excellent noil, and altogether the moot desirable Lot In market. -( PransHn street t nicely graded, and snsde trees planted the entire length of the street. These Lota will be sold at reasonable prices, and on long payments, If desired; arrangements can be Blade for monthly, quarterly or semi-annual payments. Interest six per cent. C Special Indncementa offered to tlioee who purpose building. , Apply to A. K. RICB, who can be fosnd at First National Bank during banking hours, or at his res idence (corner Birchard Avenue A Wood Street) morning and evening. LOCAL MATTERS. The Organ and Piano used at the grand organ benefit oonoert on Thurs day and Friday evenings of last week, were from the Musical Emporium of J. W. Greene. The Board of Directors of the...

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. — 23 April 1875

Poetry. From the Atlantic for April. THE TWO ANGELS. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. God rtdlhvl ths nenrmt angols who dwell with him above; Tho tendorrat one was Vitj, the dearest one was Love. "Ariife," he anid, "my angels! a wail of woe and sin Stoalr through the gntoB of heaven, and Maddens all within. "My hurps take up the mournful strain tlinE from a lost world swells, The smoke of torment clouds the light and blights the asphodels. "Fly downward to thnt under world, and on its souls of pain Lot Love drop smiles like sunshine, and Tity tears like rain!" Two faeos bowed before tho throne veiled in their golden hair; Four white wings lessened swiftly down the dark abyss of air.j, t The way was strange the flight was long; at last the angels came Where swung the lost and nether, world rod wrapped in rayless flamo, There Pity, shuddering, wept; but Love, with faith too strong for foar, Took heart from God's almightinesaaud smiled a smile of cheer. And lol that tear of Fity quenched the flame...

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. — 23 April 1875

SQUANDERING LIVES. The fisberffjan wades in the sjttrgef The Bailor sails over ffw seas, ? The soldier rt.ii bravely lo battlt, " The woodman lays axe to the trees. They are each of the breed of heroes, The manhood attempted in strife; Strong lands go lightly to labor,' j .True hearts Uiat take comfort is life, In each is the seed to replenish The world with vigor it needs The center of honest affections, The impulse to generous deeds. " "j. Bat the shark drinks the! blood of the fisherman ; The sailor is dropped in the sea, The soldier lays cold by his cannon, The woodman is crushed by his tree. Each prodigal life that is wasted In many achievements unseen, But lengthens the days of the coward, And strengthens the crafty and mean. The blood of the noble is lavished That the selfish a profit mny find; ' God sees the lives that are squandered, And we to his wisdom arc bliud. SPOKE BY AUTHORITY. The extorordinory announcement by the Catholic Telegraph, .that "tho un broken, solid vote...

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. — 23 April 1875

cftcracnt journal Fill DAY, APKIL 23, 1875. LOCAL MATTERS. They say Stousniyer Co's., noted "Amrbohia," is an immense sncesa. Nbw Curul Sots ranging in prices from $15 to 835, just received nt LEPPELMAN'S. Church Services. Ou .Sumlny next tlio Rev. Mr. Johu- xin, of ferry sburg will fill the pulpit at the First rrosbyUtrian Church, morn ing Hint evening. Entertainment. It is understood that Oolo's celebrated Drnmiitio Company will visit Fremont tm the Gth of- next month, at Opera Hall, Death. FiTKik Reis!y, who resides on the sto ny Traii-io, lost his little girl, aged six yeaj-s, ou Monday last, who had been . eufforing from a severe attack of dyp-thorin. Lecture. It is expeetod that H. C. Ford, Esq., of Cleveland, will lecture on temper ance, under the auspices of the Women's League of Fremont,about the seventh of May. There will be some good tem perance songs as part of the programme. See it for Yourself. Agricultural friends will do well to "take time by the forelock" and ao qna...

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. — 30 April 1875

. ... W u kM . A I ' : ' i , ';-n-!'i VOL. 47. !i. 'i . VHEMOKT," SANDUSKY COOTTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1875. 1T0. 18. THE .i,'". ';. -V. ,"v. Tnani ) a 8tot "lht' 11 th rage," rts nune of which la the "Ikok Aos;" rhla Store athrFOTwaattae4aorte ' aj4 botauio It wa PBoaa" (a the manit U on. .! -i ' V V 3 3 competitors claim the 8Wrlf UgtrWPlrllit,J rta'"hcft"of the aama wa can prore aa we itate; rha Store la Urga, the eaatlnga are Sue, : .. Vtae roaerrolr ta uf the newnt dealgn, rtia Store'a oren doors are lined with tin, To beep hoaae without one t would be a great ain; The mica front door looke ao cheerful and bright, Baperlence haa taught hi the Store la all right. ,' . This Stove has a larsre 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 fitted, and is in every way a and see it. FREMONT, February CP' H'ti P 0 H d ? Next : Door , ; to Post -:o:- Fa fa UNDEJMIL 'S ; ''TV' "...

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. — 30 April 1875

THE OLD FARM-HOUSE. At Um foot of the bill, near the old rod mill, la ft quiet, shady spot, , Jtut psnping tlirough, half hid from view, Stands little, muM grown cot, And straying through the opon door, The swbciams pkij upon the sanded floor, Th essy chair, all patched with care, Is plsoed by the old hearth-stone; Vt'iih witohing grace, in the old fire place, The erergroens are strewn, And pictures hang on the whitened wall, And the old clock ticks In the cottage hall. More lovely still on the window-sill, The dew-eyed flowers rest, .While midst the loaves on the moiw- grown eaves, The martin builds her nest, And all day long the summer breeae Is whimpering love to the bended trees. S 11.. .1 .it - i ' With sack of dark green baize, Lies a musket old, whose worth is told In the events of other days; And the powder-flask, and the hunter's , horn ,j Havs hung beside it for many a morn. For years have fled with noiseless tread, Like fairy dreams away, And left in their flight, all sho...

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. — 30 April 1875

THE BLACKSMITH. At mu-1j mom, whon kindling dawn Smile on tha woodtnrdsaweotlf ring ing From happy tlifiat, he atrikea the notes And start tlie "anvil chorus" ringing. IVtogl dungltxingl bang! dung! dingl Jollioat of all hard working follows, B'.ow follows blow.thobommorar'ng; He strikna bis blows, and blows hie bellows. All day he stands:, with brawny hands He strikes for wages, where his 'bossri' Gome to bint in his workshop dim, ' DUmonntiugfrom the;jr limping 'boss en.' r . , ' . ' ' Dingl douglbangl bang! dong! ding! He makes a mulody of toil's loud k j clamor t . .: 2 ' Without a crown, he stands a king, Hisooat of arms, a oontless arm and hammer. "His brow is wet with honest swont," Long, long ago taid'our Isnngfaltow, Work makes tlie man and tints with tab The face, but makes the money yellow. Ding! dong! bang! bang! dong! ding! He's virtuous amid the vices, And when he forges anything yIX oomefl unrosped nut of tlie orisis. Men blona his name, they find a flame Upon his lab...

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. — 30 April 1875

PWtui, .l i t.c-?'4 h 'mn. tvv r l ft. 'npMMHl lit uif u int. 1 f r'OUXnCOATAW Morula Af.ril 1 ttm iiint umi urt it fcv calling i 1. t'(Whwo kemltti shop, and paving r sdvertisaauM.t. 'ANTED PINING KOOM GIRL Apply t Ball House. Joeuh FoUD. AXTEI) A man who nnderstandB driviilg and tnklng caro of horw. .lf ANTED A GIRL, to do housework f I In a fnmMy of even. Ons who Is ft food rook, who ctta wawh awl iron well, fan have stoariy rmykymrnt nt eoMl wage. Apply corner of Uirchara aim tincKiana Avt-nue, or at ima ornce. lor 71YmT. i;OU RENT BARN A GOOD A. stmmr. tarfk burn, nn Front rtTpe. nrgrlr op. r-nslte bush's livery stable. It would be let i'HBp or any piirpn of nmniifncture or a packing tienee. Arply$oMr. T. fH.SU, at ftlHiwyoffltT Front street. 16-1S JT'or Sate OR .SALE A light Opm Biigff. U. UiaU uvwi uk iicn;, umr arm.- 18-1 A N EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY. For sale or r-nt. a la roe frame hnlMHiir, with machinery, formerly nted aa a wool carding cno ciotn nrMinc mm, near ine rremnni...

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. — 30 April 1875

a iTJDAV,.ArlRIl4 30.1875 City Lots! City Lots!-IN- FRANKLIN ST. ADDITION! FREMONT. North of State Street, between the Business North of State Street, between the Business Portion of the City and the Fremont Harvester Works. These Lots sre nicely located, are hi(h nd dry, excellent sol), and altogether the most desirable Lota in market. franklin street te nicely graded, and ahade trees planted the tntiro length of tbe street. These lota will be sold at reasonable prices, and on long payment!, It desired; arrangements can be made tor monthly, quarterly or seml-annnal payments. Interest six per cent. tw Special Inducements offered to those who purpose building. ' Apply to A. K. RICK, who can be found at First National Bank during bankmg hours, or at Ma res idence (corner Birchard Avenue A Wood Street) morning and evening. LOCAL Personal. We notice that Dr. Smith has decided to reside at the corner of Birchard Avenueand High street, in the late res idence of Mr. Butman. Ladies. By all ...

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. — 30 April 1875

Poetry. HER LETTER. BY BRET HARTE. I'm sitting nlone by the firn, Dressed just as I came from the iliinoo, In a rolrn oven you would admire It ooHt a cool thousand in Franco. I'm bodiamond out of all reason, My hair is done up in a cue In short, the belle of the season, Is wasting an hour upon you. A dozen engagements I've broken, I left in the midnt of a set, Likewi.se a proposal half spoken, That waits on the stairs for me yet. They say he'll be rich when ho grows up. And then he adores me indeed, ' And you sir are turning your nose up, Throe thousand miles off as you read. And hovt do you like my position? And what do yon think of New York? And now in my higher ambition With whom do I waltz, flirt or talk? And i3u't it nice to have riches, And diamonds, and silks, and all Unit? And ain't it a change from the ditches And tunnels of Poverty Flat. Well, yes, if you saw us out driving, Each day in the pork, four-in-hand; If you saw poor dear mamma contriving To look supernaturally gr...

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. — 30 April 1875

DAIRY COWS--HOW TO GET THEM. The following is, in enbfrtanon, what Western dnirympD said abcmt this sub ject, at the late oot vent ion in Chioogo: To bnf scnlawngs and odds and trods is all wrong, and breeding from inferior males ia equally as bad. The State should offer a bouhty for tlie scalps of all snoh animals. All should raise their onlves from tlie best oows. Good calves can bo raised on sour milk; skimmed milk is stronger food for calves than even new ' milk. Aryuhires, Jerseys, Holstoines and Devons all possess the milking qnalitios. Bhort-Horn families also furnish good milkers. When a good milker is found her progeney should be raised. The qualities of the sire should also be oonmdered. Really the best oow for the dairy is the one which will re turn the largest yield for the amount of feed consumed. Size is muoh in her favor. Color cut no figure but may prefer red or white. Calves should be raised: sire as well as dam should be from nulking families. THE OSTRICH. A Arab c...

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. — 30 April 1875

Ehcrnaant journal 1'lUDAY, AriilL. 80, 1675. LOCAL MATTERS. LOCAL MATTERS. Cage Birds. A now inroioe oi Singing Canarioii. Nonpareil, &o., at the store of C. M. Dillon fc Co., for snlo by ARTHUR LUCAS. Mr. Zartnier of tho Theological Seminary of Tiffin will preaoh at the Reformed Church noxt Siniday morn ing. A full attendance of the members and others dorired. Have Your Pictures Framed. We notice Mr. O. B. MoCnllooh has just received a splendid lino of the lutetit plaiu and carved wlanut and guilt mouldings now is the time to get your picture framed stylish and cheap. . Died. Lost Wednesday evening Mr. O. Mossiiiger, lute of the East aide asliery, who has been sick for some time, died at his residence, leaving a wife and tliree children. Ho was generally respected and his loss is largely regretted. A Pleasant Smoke Gentlemen who may desire the choicest brands of forcgin or domestic manufact ured cigars, will find that no one in onr city can produoa finer than Mews. Buokla.nd k ...

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. — 7 May 1875

Ml VOL. 47. FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1875. NO. 19. THE IRON AGE. rmm Is Stot "tliat'i 11 th rage," rte name of which la tha "Iron Agi;" ' rbla Store at tha Fair vii the favorite one, tad becanae It waa "Boaa" la the reason It won. Oar competitors dalm tha Store la light weight, ITie "heft" of the same we can prore aa we state; rue Store la large, the eastings are floe, Tha reaerrolr la of the newest design, IfeS'Stora'a oren doors are lined with tin, ro keep houae without ona t'would be a great ain; The mica front door looks so cheerful and bright, Bcperlence has taught ns the Store Is all right. Compare the weight then with the price. See that the doors are fitted nice The wood -wViich burna upon a grata Furnishes coals for "broiling beefsteak." Now If you wish to lnrest In a stove that will alwara prove a success, Be sure to get the I Ron Aoa, Before purchasing a Stove of tnferor grade. "I think this will do! Whataaj tout" The Stove la the proof of It all; Th...

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. — 7 May 1875

WHAT'S A BONANZA. BY CARL BRENT. Ton wander through the mountains of Nevada, Forlorn, alone, and think how Tory and a life lot in yours; thon strike deep, got ting madder, WTion suddenly, as if your heart toglad, a Big golden nugget pops into your pan, sir That's a bonanza. Ton purchaso, maybe, on an empty pocket, With fear and trembling, worthless shares of stock; it Goes straight ahead like honest Davy Crockett, And soon gets higher tlian a first-class rocket; Then men bow down and coll yon n great man, sir That's a bonanza. Ton meditate, perhaps, a shfewd inven tion, And give it all your lalxr aud attention, "With pain and toil yon wouldn't want to mention; At lost a thought slips in without inten tion, And makes prcfection of your little plan, sir That's a bonanza. Ton go into the market matrimonial; Tour paths ore peace; yonr paths are bright and sunny, all ; Ton meet with beauty, sweetness, love and money; all The kindly fairies staud rendy to pony all Their good gifts up aud ...

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. — 7 May 1875

TOLEDO VARIETY WORKS. A Few Interesting Facts gleaned from a personal visit to the above Extensive and Prosperous Manufactory. Frorainent among the loading mnnn factorioB of Toledo in the abore excellent and popular workn, the trmle of which was first established so for back as 1803, on Summit street, and still ootitinnoa to flourish, The enorgetio proprietors, Woodkcff A Son the former of whom has hnd over twenty years ex perience in the busiuoss are manu facturers of eares trongh fastenings, leader hooks, stove tracks, dampers, stove rods, safe heads, and tinner's trimmings generally. Their work are located at 119 and 121 Water street, are three stories, with a frontage of 60 ft., extending back over 100 feet. On pay. ing them a visit we found both principals of the firm attentively engaged in super intending the business, in which they evidence a most lively interest, while on every hand the most modern and ap proved machinery (cliiofly of Mr. Wood ruff sr'g own invention) was sp...

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. — 7 May 1875

popular Column, : BmAll A ilwrWwnunM nf for Snlr, tor H'nt, Jxt, frmnd, Wni , inm-tti in tKim r-i. A'iw (mat or Irat lrnlp-tr '(. Kmrk MA"mI Kn A'ter Crnti. Nark tHtditiottal intrUvn fivt Crt ar Wn. ;Alymwl in dctK. ror Stt IQli SALE A two story frame lioum . oo Main 81., o.poite . Biklii', with twelve rooina. (rood cellar, a-, witter, Jarn and vrM-d-hoiiM.. One lot with fruit tree. Kpe, c, will he. Milil for halt nub Knit liall on tilav. For pnr litularainuulreot Mre.J. H.Van Don), Eaat Sicl. LILY K. McMKK. jOll HALE A light Open Bugfry, i Fur said cheap. 'L. Lefpelan. 18-W N EXCELLENT OPI'ORTUNItX 2- For rale rfr "rent, a larpe frame talfMiR, with machinery, formerly uaed aa a wool cr1inic end clottt riemg mill, ner the Krernowt VUv Flour MIIKend a'ltoinlug which la a large wrfihn'.lil Jntf, form'Hly ua.-d for 1 dyftnjr. hnune. Trla I a pplemlid rhnuee for any manufactory, ai"t g mxl Tcrma will lw given. Apply at Ulil'r. KNS MIMIKVt'S City Mill, FrmonU l-0 1JIANO FOU HAXjE. Can be...

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. — 7 May 1875

FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1875. City Lots! City Lots! IN FRANKLIN ST. ADDITION 1 FREMONT. Iforth of Stat Btreetf Mtrem the iliulium Portion of tho City an tht t rrment Harvester Workt. Thesa Lota ire nicely located, are hlRh and dry, excellent soil, and altogether the moet desirable Lota in market. Franklin street is nicely graded, and shade trees planted the entire length of the street. These Lota will be sold at reasonable prices, and on long payments, If desired; arrangements can be made for monthly, quarterly or aeml-annual payments. Interest six per cent. tw Special Inducements offered to those who purpose building. Apply to A. E. RICE, who can be found at First National Bank dortng banklliff bonrt.orat his res idence (corner Blrchard Avenne A Wood Street) morning and evening. LOCAL MATTERS. Church Services. It is arranged that the Revr A. Maker, of Green Springs, will officiate morning and evening at the First Presbyterian Church, Fremont. Old Cooper House. The work of trausforming the r...

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. — 7 May 1875

Poetry. A NAME IN THE SAND. Alone I wulkod tlie ocean BtrnnJ, A pretty slioll was in my hnnj; I stooped, mul wrote npou the wind My nnme, the year and dny. As onward from the ".pot I pnssed One lingering look behind I oast A wnvo came rolling high and fast And washed my hues away. And so methonght 'twill quickly be With every mark on earth from me! A wave of dark oblivion's sea Will sweep across the place Where I have trod the sandy shore Of timo, and bo to me no more; Of mo, my day, tUe name I bore, To leave no track or trace. And yet with Him who counts the sands, And holds the water in His hands, know a lasting record stands Inscribed against my name, Of all this mortal part has wrought, Of all this thinking soul has thought, And from these fluting moments caught, For glory or for shame. —G. D Prentice —G. D Prentice Miscellaneous. WHO MURDERED HIM? Two gentlemen sat sipping their wine after dinner, and talking in the leisurely, disconnected way which, together with their attitud...

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. — 7 May 1875

LITTLE JACK FROST. A RHYME FOR FLOSSIE. Litllo Jack Frost Wenf up the hill, Watching the Btnrs bo Cold And chill, Watching the stars and the moon bo bright, And laugliing aloud like a crazy wight Little Jack Front ran down the hill, Late in the night, when the winds were still, Late in the full, when the leaves foil down, Bed, and yellow, and faded brown. Little Jack Frost walked through the trees, "Ah," sighed the flowers, "we freeze, we freeze! " "Ah," sighed the grasses, "wo die, we die!" Said Little Jack Frost, "Qood-bye, good-bye!" Little Jack Frost tripped round and round, Spreading white snow on ground; , the frozen Nipping the breezes, iciug the streams, And chilling the warmth of the suu's bright beams. Nobody saw him, still he was there, Nose biting, prauk playingovery where; AU through the houses, out in the street, Capering wildly through storm and sloet, But when Dame Nature brought back the spring, Brought back the birds to chirp and sing, Melted the snow aud warmed th...

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. — 7 May 1875

Shercmant journal F1UDAY, MAY 7, 1875. LOCAL MATTERS. A Fine Residence. On the Eiwt side Mr. Titus Knoff is just completing a very fine two story fmrno resilience. It is located on ClieHtnnt stroet. It is Even So. Lrulieswill find beyond doubt the most stylUh, gronttist viirioty and easiest prices in Summer Millinery at Miss Thompson's, Front st. Read! rorsons in want of a dosirablo lot, for resilience, should go and examine those beautiful 0:1ns in Frankliu street Addi tion notica of which is given in another elumn. A Delicate Display. Alias lliompsou has verily a "temple if fashion" at her new store. It is a perfect treat for ladies to 'inspect her stock. I Good Prospects. Frankliu stroet pror ' ;s to be one of tho iinest 111 the city. Aithough it hus not yet been fairly openod to the public, we understand preparations are being mado for quito a number of fine rcsi Uences. Raised. Tho work of raising the Ballville bridge has been accomplished successfully hv - . I 1 the contractor...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
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