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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 14 May 1875

fenAvS' i--4 JVi.i i , 4 it J .Ol.tiatt -VOL, 47. mo FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY,: MAY H," 1 875.' UMftitindt . - ui L- l : : . ' .' 1 ' I . ......II - .1 . I 1 I "I ' ' 1 V. '" I : .....: ..!.! . !f .".'.'.V...-i ', " ',. -,,.4, NO.. 20. MUP TDHlVr . 1 iiu iiiim fmin. Is a rn.t "that's H tlUTufs," ' " 1' rfce name at which li the 'Ino! Ada;'' '' rhla Stora at the Fai waa, the favorite one. And bec4ue4t waa "Boaa" la the reason It won. Oar competitors etatm the Store la light weight, lite "heft" of the same we can proTe aa we state; rheStoT,le large, the eaaUnga asa Hpe The reesradtrtsM tkenrtwaat aWar j. O xtyWRiUi wuh WM VI rokecp hoDBe without ona Twonld be a great sin; The Bilc front toot looVa so ebeerfn) aorl brifht, aVixrienoe a as avis tia SUMVlaall right, . tne nanasomest' and most mjenious Reservoir ever .put; on , a stove; isnTTqualled in broiling i r i- i jiiiL'-' i i i i i s has' very heavy plates and is in. every, way , a and see it. -;FlEM0NT,: February, B"...

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. — 14 May 1875

Poetry. THE LITTLE GIRL THAT MEETS ME. There's little girl thatmeoto me, And with lnuglitor erer greets me, 'And to kin htut oft entrenU ma, -. As I stray , , "Long the path at life, so dreary, - Where the saddened heart, and weary Shades the sunlight, shining near me, On my way. Bhe has eyes as bine as Heaven, Only aged about eleven; But nnto her God has given Such heart, That forever she is singing, And her sweet voice ever ringing, Beauty o'er the wrapt heart bringing, Sweet as art. With her sunny hair, so curly; With her tooth, so white and pearly, I Lave met her late and early By the way; And I take her by the hand, and press it In my own, just to caress it "Pretty little band God bless it !" I do say. Hay the world smile kindly on her, Benedictions fall upon her, Angels be her guard of honor, 1 As she goes Through this world of ours, singing, Peace to the troubled spirit bringing, No grief her pure heart wringing With its woes. May the sweetest harp in Heaven Brightest crown 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. — 14 May 1875

"THE BOYS." Tli following 1!fV b.T Ir. Oliver Wendnll HolinMi,Tnpiiwred in the At luntio Mmitlily for . February, 1861. They wore written, it im said, for ft fon tivn gRthrring of kin old olafwrnrttea ' "The Bojs" of Harvard College. Has there any old fellow got mixed with the boys? . If thrre baa, tako hint out without mak- i ing a noiael 'L ' s Hang the Almannc'g cheat, ami the Cat alogue's spitel Old Time is a liar! We're twenty to- - night! . ; ' . We re twenty!, we re twecty! ' who Bays we are more? " ' Ile'i tipsy young jackanapes! show him the tloorl "Oray temples at twenty?" Tee, white, if we please; - Where the snow ' flakes fall Uuokeet there's nothing' con freeze! Was it snowing I spoke of I JExonae the mistake! - , ( Look close you will see not the sign of a flake; We want some new garlands for those we have shed . And these are white roses in place of the red! We ve a trick, we young fellows, you way have been told, Of talking (in public) as if we were old That boy we' ...

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. — 14 May 1875

Popular Column. ll 4 !rrfOMJitl0 -'.(, Wtif, IK rVund, Mantod ec, tf,Mr(cd in AtJt enwwtn. five Cents. J- iKliilixmtl urxn. five CVnft "r ANTED ErvbolT to tw thiee 1 T rmw Maeonie and Odd Fallow Pint at IEITK1MANS. AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY. Fur Mle or rant, a I if fnmi bntlrifop, with mm h(nrT, f.jnmrljr nwd n a wool ennHii end cloth ilrwwlnif mill, n-r ttte Fremont City FUmr M .l.s,atiJ nl)ol ning which ia ft Urn mitbnlkl- Jng. forni-rly unei for dyeing Iioiim. This 1b k-mltri chanca for any mnnufartiirr, NINGEK'S City Mill. Fremont. tcrma will be given. Apf.ly at DKrP KNS- 18-80 1MANO FOH SALE. Can be wvm at . I he reajdince of J. R. Bartlelt. Kn Vor to ran ttddrws J. 1'. Carroll, Box 8ft, Kavenna, Prningc vw., vuiu. - 19-Id IOR 8 ALE By private contract, - two verv lniye cltjr lota, (rooting on Cort St., within one block of the H. H. lleiiol. awl number ed reepmalvely IK, nurtsmi'nn elijf plat, lurmine ww in inrcimm el in UK IM (1 nB n. m Urt'lruf urt"'lll-l (lT,ie ,ndi bt goo. ....

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. — 14 May 1875

f rc ntont journal FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1875. City Lots h City Lots! t- . -i. i' . .... FRANKLIN ST. ADDITION! FREMONT. - ; Xorth of tint Wreef , hef trwM the J)ine Portion ft M tVyan'tt the 4YM A. Harvnter Workt. Tkcca Lota are nicely located, are high and dry, eacellent aoil, and altouetlier the moat detlrable Lota In market. Franklin street la nicely (traded, and ehad treta planted the htlre length of the street. Theee Lola will be aold at rcaeooable prices, and on lone payments, If float red; arrangemenia can be made for monthly, quarterly or eeml-annnal paymetta. Intrreat eix per cent. W Special Inducement offered to theee who purpoec building. Apply to A. E. RICE, who can be found at Flrat National Bank during banking hour, or at hi a res idence (corner Blrchard Avenue A Wood Street) morning and evening. LOCAL MATTERS. Reform Church Service. There will be service at 10.30 A. M., Sunday llelt, at the Reformed, .Ohnrob in this city, conducted by Mr.' Zeiglcr',; of the Theological Cem...

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. — 14 May 1875

THE YOUNG WIDOW. Slio was modmt, but not 1 Ant fid, " , . Free and eney, but not bold, f . Like an npplo, ripe and mellow, Not tow yontiff, and not too old; '; Half irmfcing, half ropulgivo, , Now auvntu'ing and now shy, Tlioro is mificliinf in her dimple, TLere is dangnrin lior eye. tlie lins stndiad human nature, And is (dulled in all her arte; She has taken hex ilifloma, As the mistress of all hearts; Slie can toll the very moment When to sigh and when to smile; O, a maid is sometimes charming, But '.ha widow all the while. Are you sad? how very serious Will her handsome face become; Are you angry? Sho is wretched, Lonely, friendless, tearful dumb; Are yon mirthful! how hor laughter, Silver sounding, will ring out; Sho can lure and catch and play you, As the angler does the trout. Ye old bachelors of forty, Who have grown so bald and wise, Young Americans of twenty, With the love-looks in your eyes You may practice all the lessons Taught by Cupid before the fall, But I know ft li...

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. — 14 May 1875

[From the Fremont Journal.] OCCASIONALS. BY FOGY. BY FOGY. A Man Issues his own Marriage License Hie ProbMe Jmlge of Toledo is gen tleman, but he hoa a laUy olerk. The oourte seom to hold that a ht&j rannot legally act as the deputy ol a Judge, or of a Clerk of the Court of Common Plena. She may fill out Mm. k and affix the official aonl, but she cannot properly vrite the official'" signature. Until this decision wn tendered, ladies did in gome place and biatftuees, act as depu ties of such officers: and no aouot more than one affidavit and marriage lioense has been insued, which would hardly bear the test of the present judicial rul ing. More than one couple, aonguinely believed by themselves and others to have been lawfully joined in wedlock, were never legally married. It is prob ably just aa well, however, so long as others do not know it and use it to their disadvantaged But I am straying away from my subject The Trobftte Judge of Lucas county, thinks it not well for man tn...

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. — 14 May 1875

Fill DAY, MAY 14, 1875. LOCAL MATTERS. Watches. American Watehos from 815 to 8150. A now w.iteli just rocoivej at 20-21 Iifj-pklman's. Flowers ! Flowers!! Flora's richest gnrna, almost M chimp as pluck thorn from the garden, and quite as untnritl, will be found at Miss Tncurwrn'R, Front street. Recovering. We learn that Undo Tommy Holcomb is much butler. The swelling lias loft Lis limbB, his appetite is good, and the prospect now is that he will recover, Oiiasues, Ijiscuits and candies,' the finest in the city, and the largest varie ty, will be found at Stattsmter & Co. 'a, who are selling at prices that astonish ivory one. Send for Catalogue. Before you decide to buy au organ or piano, act wisely. Write to C H IioA, 181 Summit street, ask fox his latest catalogue, and jou'U save money enough lo leurti to- play the instrumont. r Training Quarters. ' VVe understand that a Mr. . Bioo, ef .Toledo, is making onr Fair Grounds Lis bead quarters for training horses to trot and run this...

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. — 21 May 1875

lilt l! T .--I i a 4 ( ' 0 VOL. 47. FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1875. NO. 21. THE IRON AGE: rmu l a Stotb "that'e ell the rs," ? ' The name of whlcti l the "Ino Aok;" fhle StoTe at the Faim wa the favorite one, And because It waa VBosa',' la the reason it won, , . , . i . m M 0r competitors claim the 8tOT Is light weight, rte "heft" of the same we can prore aa wc atatoj The 8lore Is large, the castings are line, Tbt rcaerroir is of the newest design. rtie Stove'a oven doors are lined with tin. I t To keep house without one t'would be a great slnj Toe mica front door looks so cheerful and bright, Baperience has taught 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 heaty; plates which are: closely fitted, and is in "every way a first-class 'Stove. u Call and see it. . i ii.'M t ' ' 11 I'm A iittmi Va m FREMONT, February r --!. . . v.- . 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. — 21 May 1875

Poetry. "EVEN THIS SHALL PASS AWAY." Onoe in Persia reigned s King, Who npon bis aignot ring Graved A maxim true and wise, Which, if licld boore bis eyes. Gave him counsel, at a glance, Fit for every change and cbanoe; Solemn words, and these are they: "Even tins shall pass away." Trains of camels through the sand Brought him gems from Snmoroand; Fleets of galleys through the seas Brought him pearl to match with these, But he counted not as gain Treasures of the mine or main. "Wnat is wealth! ' tne rung would say "Even this shall pass away." In the revels of his court, At the zenith of the sport, When the palms of all his guests Burned with clapping at his jostfl, He, amid his figs and wine, Cried: '"Oh, loving friends of mine! Pleasure comes, but not to stay Even this shall pass away I' " Fighting en a furious field, Once a javelin pierced his shield; Soldiers with a loud lament, Groaning from his tortured side, "Pain is hard to bear," he cried; "Bui with patience, day by day, 'Eve...

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. — 21 May 1875

POLL TADPOLE. A SWAMP BALLAD, BY ROSE TERRY COOKE. There wits a little pull ywog, . , The sprawling baby of a frog, Hitlohoil in a green and slimy bog One plennnnt dny. He had a puddle of his own, To ploy and sleep in, nil alone, And dull M any other drone, He passed his life away. Sometimes a Btecl-blue dragon fly Would poise a moment in bis sky, And look at him with glittering eye, As if he said : "You little damp, unpleasant thing, You never seem to know it's Spring; Why don't you jump, or fly, or sing? Not lie all day abed!" Sometimes a heron, lean and tall, With flapping wings and horrid squall, Would Pollywoggy's heart appall With open bill. The little tiling, half dead with fear ' Would scuttle off, for brown or queer, His fair round carcass made good cheer, A heron's crop to fill. But as the year Blipped slowly on, And polly's days of shade or sun, Just as they do with every one, Too quickly went; One day oh, 'tis dreadful tale! Our pollywog almost turned pale, He felt a wig...

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. — 21 May 1875

Popular Column. Small A ilpnrtitmntt nf t'nr Salt, Fm- Html, !"(, Fummi, Wtinlnt tt,, intrtrd in fM afmn. t in tinm or JV"i-n' ( ml. Kni .rfdiioiull (n iw Onto. ra otWiriofial tnfrt-B. i-'irs Crntn yT tint, rvyrmrnl in adntnce. Strayed or tifolrn. brows work how, Mind In left eye. Any person who will take up Me and notify me liy word or mill lll be well paid nr trouble. XL HKKTA. AN1MKWS, cur. Cherry aud Ceottiil eve., Tweilo, O. 7ANlEi OME PEliHON WHO T is entrseed In a" connected with a wrms- Tjentrislm'esln 'Fnwaoitt, to learn trm Vkeraph t-uetneis MinU'tent to take clinrgo of the otm-e ol A. A P. Tckprnph (V.,tn connection with pr-senl r prospective buoNt s. Could make i quite an lrnct. Address, the Manager, oi-if A. IV TKI K4 HA I'll Co , Toledo, O. For Sale. HU Everybody to tUose ) new Manute and Odd Fellow Pins at l.Kl'rKLMA.NS. "IJIANOFOU SALli (Juu be nceiiHt Jl tbe roaldmce of J. H. liortlett, Esq. for ternia vuldrers J. P.-Carroll, Box S Oiavenua, nww Oo., Ohio. 1-" J7OK ...

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. — 21 May 1875

FRIDAY, MAT 21, 1875. a City Lots! City Lots! -IN- FRANKLIN ST. ADDITION ! in FREMONT. Korth State Street, Mw the Tfitsinraa L. Fortton of tht City and ih Fmrioul Harveiter Wrh: These lot are nicely located, lite high and dry, excellent toll, and altogether the most desirable Lots In market. I Franklin atrect l nicely graded, and shade trees planted the entire length of the street. These Lots will be sold at reasonable prices, and rm long payments, If desired; arrangements can be made for monthly, quarterly or semi-annual payments. Interest six per cent. If Special Inducements offered to those who purpose building. Apply to A. B. RICE, who can be found at First National Bank during banking hours, or at his res idence (corner Blrchard Avenue & Wood Street) morning and evening. , to LOCAL MATTERS. Those Tramps. Our city caboose is still largely patron ised by "birds of passage," no less than thirty baring sheltered beneath its hos pitable roof during the present tn6ntli. Important...

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. — 21 May 1875

THE PAPACY AND UNIVERSAL WAR. From Harper's Weekly.] G. the A iuot nnd a bnmnmtnrinn, J. Whittipr, lint recently poiutod to priest an tli fttirhuluting cause of war fare in Europe, ami to a form of ChriH tinnity that Booms conxtnutly summon ing the tuitions to arms; nor can any one fail any longer to see that but for the impitrioiiB interference of the papacy one-half of the world might lay aside armninonts and give itself to the liappy toils of peace, and that ono word from the Vatican would still the fears that ag itate all civilized races, and soften the burdens of millions of the suffering poor. Hud riCB IX. bidden his bish ops and his people submit to the laws of thoir country, and suffer with patience whatever might befall them, he would Lave proved his descent from the benev olent Teter by a humility and a tender ness more effective to convert tuau a hundred anathemas, or the most logical chain of argument from a doubtful text, and by meekness and morcy might have won the sym...

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. — 21 May 1875

THE SINGING LESSON. BY JEAN ANGELOW. A niglitirigalamrvfo a mistake; She mug a few notes out of tune; Her heart was ready to break, And olie hid herself from the moon, And wrung her claws, poor tiling, But was far too proud to speak. She tucked her head under her wing, And pretended to be asleep. A lark, arm in arm with a thrash, Came sauntering up to the place; The nightingale folt herself blush, Though her feathers hid her face. She knew they had heard her song, She felt them snicker and sneer; She thought this life was too long, And wished she conld skip a year. "Oh, nightingale," cooed a dove, "Oh, uightingalo, what is the use? Yon bird of beauty and love, Why do you behave like a goose? Don't skulk away from our sight Like a common, contemptible fowl? You bird of joy and delight, Why do you behave like an owl? "Only think of all you have done I Only think of all you can dol A false uote is really fun From such a bird as you I Lift up your proud little crest! Open your musical b...

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. — 21 May 1875

She tcraont gourual FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1875. LOCAL MATTERS. Go to A. E. Kick, Bnd secure ono of those boautinl lota, in Franklin Btreut Addition, rrioos low and terms easy. Rebuilding. We notice that Bicbard Tobin is hav ing his saloon which was bnrnod down over a y rnr ngo put in repair. Boswell Heater Co. We notice that the above Fremont company nre cuitublishiug their mauufivo tory in the old shop originally run by Koah Kcssiit. Church Services. The Bov. A. M. Moili of Clyde, will prench at the First Presbyterian Church on Sunday next, morning and evening. Bcv. J. Richards of St. Paris, Ohio, will prench in the Reformed Church next Sabbath morning at 10J o'clock. Public cordially invitod. . Announcement. A. E. Elliot, M. D., graduate of Cleveland Homoeopathic College, has taken rcoms in Buckhind's new Block, corner of Front and State streets, where lie will open an office about June first. The doctor comes well recommended as a conipoteut physician. Croghan Street. We notice tliat c...

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. — 28 May 1875

Willi VOL. 47. FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1875. NO. 22. l" Jt I II I I I I B J taB I i hL II U 91 ' 1111 ' ' i ' ' II THE IRON raanc Ii a Stovi "that'a 11 tin rage," . rhe name of which Is the "Ikon Aob;" rhie Stove at the Fur was the favorite one, And because It was "Boss'Ms the reason It won. Our competitors claim the Store Is HghtAveight, rhe "heft" of the same we can prore as we state; fhe Store Is large, the castings are line, The rcserrolr Is of the newest design. rhe Store's oren doors are lined with tin, To keep house without one t'would be a great sin; The mica front door looks so cbeerfnl and bright, Bxperience has taught ns the Store Is all right. This Stove has a large Oven, a Mica Front, the handsomest and most injenious Reservoir - ..A X ' -L - - 11 . 1 1 M ever )ui uii a biuvc, ion i equauea in Droning, has very heavy plates which are closely fitted. and is in every way a and see it. rstusMUsNi, reDruary UNDERBILL'S Mammbtli G-rbcer City Provision...

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. — 28 May 1875

THE OLD-TIME SPIRITS. During tlie winter o( 1C91-2 a circle of joting girls was formed in Salem Farms, which met at the Louse cf the Iter. Mr. rarrio, for the practice of jmlmidtry, and fortune-t-lHng, necro mancy, mngie, and spiritualism. In this circle there were (1) Elizabeth ParriB, the minister's daughter, aged nine years, who first bad a lending part in Ud sub sequent excitements, urt wa early re moved from then; by Ler father; (2) Abigail Williams, Porria' niece, living in his house, aged aleven; (3) Ann Vu'. nam, aged twelve, daughter of the par ish clerk and recorder, a prominent man at the Farms; Mary Walcott, seventeen, daughter of Jonathan Wal c'jtt, Mr. Fams' next-door neighbor; (5) Mercy Lewis, seventeen ; (6) Eliza beth Hubbard, seventeen, nieca of Dr. Griggs, the village physician, and resi dent in his family; (78) Elizalxith Booth, Susannah Sheldon, each eigh teen, belonging to families living near stt hand; (0) Mary Warren, aged twenty, a servant in the family of J...

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. — 28 May 1875

From Harper's Bazaar. HOW I LOST MY HEART. To tell yon jnt how I lort it, Oil, that were drffloult task; How tha thing got away on that autumn lay It never stopped to ask. Perchance it was a glnnoe that did it, A soft caress to my hair, A close warm grasp, a gentle clasp, That captured it then and there. You see, there are things you can govern, But hearts have way of their own ; Like birds they fly, and you cant tell why You only miss them when gone. And why I don't tell the story, If the reason you roally must learn, Is, though life grew bright with a rosy light, . . Yet I won no heart in return. . Somebody's eyes were gentle and kind, And his voice was soft and low; But the heart I wanted was given away Ever so long ago. And so, while I solace a lonely life With a cat and a cup of tea, Somebody's arm is around his wife, - And her baby is on his knee. And the loss I met with results in this, Tliat mine is a lonely part; You can't for your life make a loving wife Of a woman without...

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. — 28 May 1875

Popular Column. t?r,t.fui U if.rVff it., .ft, f( in l7. rim. f'Twwor toa Tiffntu-fipr O nto, nrk mhUVmnlJiu t fier line. .Viiioail i aaVs'ite. ' " . ?,r"ZrJLlMcri&bheU tJ iKAVKl UK H1UL.K.N A DAKIC "3 iimwn work horse, i.iiwi "u J;'!'.;' '': HTrW(U IIIIIMWil T 11 a-nsmi j a........ . wnrrt orrnnil will ; f well paid t.r trouble. AL - S"TSwi a . - . . v. - sent hnfineJs in Fremont, to Itam the telegraph A, A P. Teh-graph Co., In connection with preaeut or propcclive buslniin. Coiticl make tt quite su obteet. Address, the Maneger. l-lf A. I'. TKI.Kt.MAPH Co., Toledo. O. M'or Hale. 1IANO XUH SALE. Can be seen at Hie residence o( J. 1(. Bartlett, rc. For terms address J. P. Carroll, Box 33, Kavci-oa, Por'ago Co., tililo. I'M" fT'OR SALE By private contract, J- two very large ritv lot?, fronting on Court Ht., within one block of the H. R. IX pol. nnd number ed respectivelv Wi7 and WW on city pint, forming tmeol themoit eligible building sites In the city. Also, three acres ot i xc-cl...

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