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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 28 May 1875

Iltc$MMrot gcrnrual FIUPAY, MAY 28, 1875. City Lots! City Lots!--IN-- FRANKLIN ST. ADDITION ! FREMONT. ITortKof Stair dree, Miwm rk BiulntM Jortion of Iht City and Ifte Frrtnont M JJartrtttr Work: These Lots are nicely located, are. hlfih and dry, excellent soil, and altogether the most desirable Lota in market. Franklin street Is nicely graded, and shade trees planted the entire length of the street. These Lots will be sold at reasonable prices, and on long payments, if desired; arrangements CRn be made for monthly, quarterly or semi-annual payments. Interest six per cent. IW Special lndncements offered to those who purpose bnildlng. Apply to A. E. RICE, who can befonnd at first National Bank dnrlBg banking hours, or at his res idence (corner Birchard Avenne A Wood Street) morning and evening. LOCAL MATTERS. Birchard Library. After the 1st of June, instead of the hours of attendance at the above library being L3Q to 5.30, as heretofore, it will be changed, till October, as follows ...

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. — 28 May 1875

From the Spectator. CLEOPATRA'S MIRROR. You linve a thousand slaves, who do Unwillingly their duty; Aud I ouo service have for yon, To imgj back yon beauty; But that oue surviuo is so sweet, I would in it my life might fleet l'onr other slaves say you are stem; I always see yon smiling, As from me somo now grace you learn Your lovers for beguiling. Those slaves, did they but win as I Your smiles, would daro thrice o'er to die. Oh, wotilil you that all lands should pass Bonenlh your firm subjection! Then deem the world your looking-glass, And made for your reflection. Did you but smilo on men as me, Tho whole world should iu bondage be. F. W. B. From the Spectator. CLEOPATRA'S REPLY. I have a thousand slaves, 'tis true, Who Romehow do their duty, And all the service left for you. Is, to report my beauty. But tis a service which, to me Heaps vanity on vanity. My other slaves may say I'm stern, While you reflect mo smiling; - Could you but look bonueath and learn What mean those looks ...

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. — 28 May 1875

Our Philadelphia Letter. PHILADELPHIA, MAY, 17, 1875. THE READING COAL COMPANY. The Legislative invpatiffntion of the nrTairs of the I'hilmklpliU nd Heading lUilroad Co., and of the Belling ooJ nud iron company, now taking plaoe here, proprrrWg glowly. Tlie retail ooal dealers ol thU city allege that they are being forced ont of btifliness by this company's retailing coal to consumers. One of the largest retail dnalors was be fore the committee and his evidence is about a fair sample of all 'who are against the Beading company. Mr. Fisher, the dealer in question, testitied that he was driven out of busmens be cause of the dotioit in weight of each car-load of coal furnished him by the Heading Co- On cross examination he stated that to the best of his knowledge, the instances of short weight amounted to a dozen. When asked to detail those . instances, the witness was able to testify to but one, which was that of the con signment to him of five car loads of coal, for a Mr. Strouse. EX...

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. — 28 May 1875

She Fremont Sfoiirital 1 FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1875. LOCAL MATTERS. OlMlANS mill FlANOB LEITKr.MAN'H. fur Jo or runt at lw. Accident. We regret to learn tlint during tlio post wuuk a boy, the sou of Simon Smith, on the Juist Siilo, foil from a tree anil broke his arm. Church Social. The ladioa of the M. E. Church will give an Ice Cream Social on Thursday evening, Juuo 3d, 1875, at the Church. Admitfunco 15 cents. New Show Room. It is said B. F. Cornelius & Co., have taken the middle store in tie now Cooper Block, coruor Front nud State street, which they nro going to open as a show room for the 'Boswoll Heater," and Mosnra. Boswcll & Cushman 'will also make it their headquarters, A Novel Dryer. We looked in at the factory of the Fremont Armstrong Heater C'omjany, on Thursday, on Front streot, and were surprised to find thorn fitting a dryer on the heator principle for drying timber, I Ac, 8 feet long and 4 feet wide. It is quite a novelty and well worth seeing. Caucus. At the coun...

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. — 4 June 1875

111101 WlttStt VOL! 47. ! ! 1 FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1875. NO. 23. , .. i , . . i . . i . . THE IROI AGE .aV 7WtMMn . J rum Ib 8 Toil "that'a all tha rage," The name of which la the "Iron Aob;" rhla stove at tha Film waa the favorite one, 8.1(1 became It waa "Bom" la the reason It won. Omr competitor! claim the Store la light weight, Hie "heft" of the same we can roTe u we etate; re Store I large,- the eaatinga are One, The reaerrolr la of the newest design. . Hie Store's oren doora are lined with tin, To keep hoase without one t'wonld be a great aln; The mica front door look ao cheerful and bright, zpertenee has tanght na the Store Is all right. Compare the weight then with the price, See that the doora are fitted nice; The wood which burns upon a grate -Furnishes coata for "broiling beefsteak," 'Now tf you wish to Inrest Ins store that wtU always prore a success. Be sure to get the Irok An, Before purchasing a Store of lnferor grade. "I think this will do ...

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. — 4 June 1875

PKJSM1UAI LIST OF THB Twenty-third Annua! Fair of ths SANDUSKY COUNTY Agricultural Society, TO BB HELD AT FREMONT, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, SEPT. tlst, 22d, 23d and 24th, 1875. OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY. WM. W. 8TINE, - - CHA9. A. NORTON, HENRY BAKER, - ISAAC M. KEELER President. Vice President. Treasurer. Secretary. DIRECTORS. J. K. RICHARDS, York Township. LEVI COWELL, Riley Township. W. O. HAFFORD, Balville Township. rLATT BRUSH, Sandusky Township. ADAM BAIR, Soott Township. JOHN SANDW1SCH, WoodTiUe T'p R. B. nayes, Fremont; at large. JDASPER 8TAUSMYER, MaOinonTp. HENRY LUDWIG, Jackson Town'p. JOSEPH WAGGONER, Washington Township. 8. 8. RATH BURN, Green Creek Tp FRED. SMITH, Rice Township. DAVID FULLER, TownsenU Town'p. CLASSIFICATION. During the Fair the Departments will be under the charge of the following members of the Board, viz. Cattle Joseph Waggoner, David Fuller. Horses W. Q. Hafford, Adam Bair, J. K. Richards. Sheep, Hoas ajtd Poultbt Fred. Smith, Henry Lu...

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. — 4 June 1875

OLD MELODIES. The Man with the Game Leg and the The Man with the Game Leg and the Organ Grinder---Play that Tune Again. ' Tenter-day a hand orgnnit sat down before a house on Congress street and legnn to turn out old aweet melodies, tmt the first tune hadn't been finished when an odd-looking man, about fifty years old, having a game leg and a gen-1 eral forlorn look, came along and halt ed in front of the Italian, , "Now, that ia awoet!" ha said, after moment: 'carries me right back to tlifl days when mo and Hanner sat on the hind stoop and squoze hands and told our love." "Op-era muzeek,'.' replied the Italian, smiling at the enthusiasm of his au dience. "Wall, now, but it touches me right here," continued the man with the game leg, laying his hand on his heart. haven't felt so much like crying for fourteen year before. Seems zit I heard angels buzzing all around in the air." ' He Tested his game leg on a horse block, folded his arms, and his look and attitude were that of a man wh...

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. — 4 June 1875

Popular Column. Onf. Anrfi miriitimtal imrtvn irt Outi Wanted. "rANXKD To ext'hmip a good im M proved liirm in Wfwnnsinn of inoacrrs, nice bnlhlhifc?, fnr property in Oh'o. Fricu of farm A,(j(K. no iiicambrnrp, THlr perfect, BAftNKR A I'l'KTIRS, Itoonn SO A 8t Chamber of Commerce, Toledo, 0. perm a TA N TED KOM E PERSON WHO vT is enffHredln or connected with a perma nent tmatneea in Fremont to learn the telegi aph tinaineM (iitnicteni ro laKernarpi. 01 me otruwot A. A P. Telecmtih Co., In connection wtth irnent or prospective bualnraa. Could make It quite en oh-ct. Address, tbe Manager, l-tl A. P. TELKUHAPII Co., Toledo, 0. For Sale. IfOli SALE MULE I have a single mule which X will tell cheap. Well broke, very kind. 4 yearn old, weighs 9ou pounds: good roadster, pond style, uok rirst premium .ant tall, Lard to beat. For further particular apply 4o HIACW. BOSTWICK, a-i Vnlon Marble Works, Horwalk.O. 1?OK HALE Farm of 175J acres in - Bprlnpfleld Township, La county, O., one nile this...

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. — 4 June 1875

he .f ttmant gmrnal FIUDAY, JUNE 4, 1875. City Lots! City Lots! —IN— FRANKLIN ST. ADDITION! FREMONT. North of State Street, between the Business Portion of the City and the Fremont Harvester Works. These Lot are nicely locsted, Are high and dry, excellent toil, and sltogether the moet desirable Lota in market. Franklin street la nicely graded, and ahade trees planted the entire length of the street, These Lota will be fold at reasonable prices, and on lonf payments, if desired; arrangementa can be made (or monthly, quarterly or semi-annnal payment. Interest elx per cent. tw Special Inducements offered to those who purpose building. Apply to A. E. RICE, who can be found at First National Bank during bankmg hours, or at his res idence (earner Blrchard Avenue Wood Street) morning and evening. LOCAL MATTERS. For Sale Cheap. New Open Buggy. L. Lsppelman. Mountains of Soap. For an immense stock of soap the best assortment, cheapest and finest makes try Statjsmteb & Co., Front street. ...

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. — 4 June 1875

Poetry. BYAND-BY. There's u litllo miwliiof mrtkrr, Thut is feruling linlf our bliss, fckNt;liing pictures in a dream-land That aro never neon in thiw, DiiMhing from tho lips the pleasures Of tho prenont wliile we nigh; Yon mny know this mischief-maker, For Iris name is Hy-and-By. IIo is sitting by your hearthstones, With his sly, bewitching glance, Whisp'ring of tho coming morrow And tho social hours advance; Loitering, mid our calm refli-ctums, Iliditig forms of beauty nigh; . He's a smooth, Uoceitf ill follow, This enchanter, By-a-id-By. You may know him by his winning, By his careless, sportive air, By his sly, obtrusive presence, That is straying everywhere; 3y trophies that he gathers Where his sombre victims lie, For a bold, determined follow Is this conqnoror, By-aud-By. vVhcn the culls of duty haunt ub, And tho present seems to be All tho tirao that ever mortals Snatch from dark eternity Then a fuiry hand seems painting Pictures on a painted sky, For a cunning little anist ...

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. — 4 June 1875

REDUCTIO AD ABSURDUM. BY GEORGE A. BAKER, JR. I bad come from the city early 1 That Saturday afternoon; I sat with Beatrix under the trees In the mousy orchard; the golden bees Buzzed over clover-tops, pink and pearly, . I was at peace,and inclined to spoon. We were stopping a while with mother, At the quiet country place Where first we'd met, one blossomy May, And fallen in love so the dreamy day Brought to my memory many another In the happy time when I won her grace. Days in the bright spring weather, When the twisted, rough, old tree Showered down apple-blooms, dainty and sweet, That swung in her hair and blushed at her feet Sweet was her face as we lingered together And dainty the kisses my love gave me. "Dear love, are you recalling The old days too?" I said. ' Her sweet eyes filled, and with tender grace She turned and rested her blushing f aoe Against my shoulder; a sunbeam falling Through the leaves above us crown ed her head. And so I held her, trusting That none was by to...

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. — 4 June 1875

ShcJfrcmatitstaumal v ' v FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1875. LOCAL MATTERS. KiMEMiiKR that you can buy a Do- mcstio Swxviiig Machine cbonjor nt Lep polmnu's llinn ony otlior plnco in the Stnto. 23-25 Mackerel! of mackerel will find the finest fish, ever offpred iu Fremont, for tale Htacsmyeh k Co'b, Front street $1,25 to 2,25 per kit. Letter List. T. M. GnlUiRher, Pev. Mrs. Mary xim, mx. yiTxn jvinun, nonry Mclionnn, Mary Taylor, John Temor, Oeorp;e W. Unger, Clyde Waggoner, Nettie Brown, Mrs. Elizabeth Shell. Croghan Street. This street, when finished, promises to be one of the flnost in North-western Ohio. The paying stones have arrived in largo quantities and paving will prob ably commence next week. Fremont Produce Markets. Grain in coming in fairly Wheat 1.12;; Cms 60a; Corn65o.j Butter 15o. A.- ID . . r .1 . r. . tr!B iio. oome limners are already cultivating corn. The wheat does not look so favorable as oats, which latter crop promises to be gold. Wants Attention. Bad. The hill, descendin...

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. — 11 June 1875

flit Jteuumi wti VOL. 47. FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1875. NO. 24. THE IROW AGE Thirs la a Stovx "that's all the rage," ttie name of which la the "Iron Aue;" fills Store at the Fair was the (arorite one, AJid because it was "Boss" is the reason It won. Oar competitors claim the Store Is light weight, Mie "heft" of the same we can proTe as wo state; rfce Store Is largo, the castings are One, lie reserrolr is of the newest design. H Store's oren doors are lined with tin ( To keep honsa without one t'wonld ee a grent sin; The mica front door looks so cheerful and bright, Rxperience has taught us the Store la all right. Compare the weight then with the price, See that the doors are llttod nice; The wood which burns upon a grate Furnishes coals for "broiling beefsteak." Now If you wish to lurest In a stove thut will always prove a success, Be sure to get the Iron Aob, Before purchasing a Stove of tnferor grade. . " think this will dot What say you?" '. The Stove is ...

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. — 11 June 1875

Poetry. ONLY A WOMAN. BY HESTER A. BENEDICT. Only ft woman, shriveled and oldl The piny of the winds anil tlio prey of the colli! Cheeks that nro shrunken, Byes tbnt are sunken, Lips Unit were never o'er bold, Only woman forsaken an J poor, Asking an alms at the bronze chureh door. Ilark to the organ! roll upon roll The wares of the music go over her sonl Silks rustle post her Thicker and faster; The groat bell ceases its tolL Fain would she enter, but not for the poor Bwiugeth wide open the bronze church door. Only woman waiting alone, Icily colli, on an icy-cold throne. What do they care for her? Mumbling a prnyer for her, Giving not bread, but a stone. Under old laces their haughty hearts beat, Mocking the woes of their kin in the street. Only a woman! In the old days Hope caroled to her her happiest lays; Somebody missed her; Somebody kissed her, Somebody crowned her with praise Somebody laced up the battles of life Strong for her sake who was mother, or wife. Somebody lies with...

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. — 11 June 1875

From the Detroit Free Press. From the Detroit Free Press. "GETTIN HER TOOTH DRAWED." About trni o'clock yenterdny morning a farmer and bis wife hitched tlinir team on Woodwnrtl aveimo, nml in anotber five minutes bnd mounted tbo stairs and appeared in a dentist's office.. Tbe old lady bnd ber face tied up, and tbere was a smell of camphor, peppermint, paregoric, turpentine and oil of smoke as she crossed tbe walk. "Brace up now, Mory brace up!" cautioned tbe husband, as they started to climb tbe stairs. "I know just bow you feel kinder weak in tbe knees like but tbe follow up stairs '11 have that old snag out o' tbere like a horse running down hill!" They were met by the smiling dentist, and the husband continued: "She's got an old snag which we want drawn out or driven in, or suuthin' or other!" "Take a chair, madam," replied the dentist, "and I guess I can help you. "I vuml if I hain't a mind to back out!" she said, dropping onto tbe sofa, "Brace, Mary brace!" commanded 1 the husb...

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. — 11 June 1875

ojmlat (Columu. PmMil A ttreftinfrMnt nf fnr Sole, for Kent, Lout, Found, Wanted f-c., innrtrti in thie rthimn. fire Ivnm or IfH Tirmfu-fftv Onfu. Pirh ndditiuiutt f "toe (Ynfs. I'.'afh 'adiHtimiol insertion t'iv Cent per line, I'nyment in advance. "7"ANTE1 To exchange a good ira v T provl farm in Wlaeonsion ot leu acre, nice huilclliira, for property in Oliio. Price ot larm $5,000, no incumbrance, Tlllc w Tfpct. BAHNFf tTHTISS, Rooms 30 A 31 Chamber of Commerce, Toledo, O. WANTED SOME PEK-SON WUO f Is ene?'! in or connected with a perma nent business in Fremont, to learn the telceiaph buslnfss sufficient to take charge of the office of A. A I'. Telecrnih Co., in connection with present or prospective business. Could make it quite an xibject. Address, the Mnnager, Sl-tf A. P. TbXEOHAI'H Co., Toledo, O. Or Hale. JOR SALE MULE I have a single mule which I will sell cheap. Well broke, very kind, 4 years old, wei.chs 900 pounds; good roadster, good style, took tirst premium iast full, b...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 11 June 1875

k f rcmont gaurnal FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1875. City Lots! City Lots!-IN- FRANKLIN ST. ADDITION! FREMONT. North of State Street, Between the Business Portion of City and the Fremont Harvester Works. These Loll are nicely located, are high anil dry, excellent soil, and altotrether the most desirable Lots in market. Franklin street ls,nlcely graded, and shade treeB planted the entire length of the street. These Lota will be sold at reasonable prices, and on long payment.. 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 National Bank during bankmg hours, or at his res. idence (comer BlrchardAvenne Jfc Wood 8treet) morning and evening. Harvester Works. LOCAL MATTERS. "Drives" in Dry Goods. Down, down, they go. Special bar gains in Dress Goods. Cheaper than i7.,, , . .. . . , Everybody invited to come and . ' - . ever! Gee for...

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. — 11 June 1875

IF WE KNEW. 1 wo kuow tlio woe and lienrt-ftcho, Waiting for us down the roml, If onr lijis ooulil tmtto the wormwood, If our bnck3 ooulil fool the load, WoiiUI wo wnsto tlie tiny in wishing For n time, thnt no'cr can ho? Would we wait in sm-h iinpulicnct) For our ahijia to coino from sou? If wo kiuiw t'.io baby fiiifxra I'ro.iK(l ngninst the wiiulow-jinno, Would lj onKl ond BtiiV to-morrow Nover trouble us again Would tlio bright eyes of our darling Catch u frown upon our brow; Would tiio print of rosy fingers Vox us then s thi'y do uow? Ah, thcao littlo iee-eold fingers, How they point our memories buck To the liuaty words and actions Straw a along our backward track, How these, littlo lunula romind us, As in snowy grace they lie, Not to scatter tlion.a but roses For our reapiug by and by. Strange, wo never prize the music Till the sweet voiced bird has flown; Strang?, that we should slight the violets Till tho lovely flowers ore gone; Strange, that summer skies and sunshine Never...

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. — 11 June 1875

From the Toledo Commercial. CARBOLIZING WOOD. Some Facts about Treating Wood—A New Industry for Toledo. Enlion Commercial: A Committee representing the property owners of Mndiion street recently visited Pitts burgh and other Cities to investigate the subject of wood and other pave ments. In their report they speak in favor of a method in use for preserving wood from decay, as follows: "While it is not deemed to be within the province of this Committee to give an elaborate description, either of the method of construction of ft By pavement, or of the chemical processes adopted in its preparation, yet it may be well to give a general description of the method of preparing wood for pavements used by the Miller Block Company, as upon the snocess of their process in preserv ing wood from decay rests their chief claim to consideration. "The blocks, cut into the shape of a truncated wedge by an ingenious ar rangement of saws, are placed in a cyl indrical tank in. shape and appearanoe simil...

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. — 11 June 1875

hcrcutont journal FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1875. LOCAL MATTERS. Church Services. Servioiw in the Prosb3tm-iitti Church will bo conducted on Sabbtli next by tho Itev. J. McCoy, of Sandusky. Fremont Wool Market. This ninrket opotiod lust week at good prices. This week it is worth 42 COc. Coimidi'i'iiblo li.is already come in. . .mm m Fremont Produce Market. Supply gnod wheat 81 12J 1 15 mtsC5o, corn CGc, eggs llo, butter 16 (Jt 18c both of the latter are plenty. . mm mm Personal. Wo tluit Dr. Ilrinkerlioff Lns re coived 11 u appointment of delegate from tho N. W. Medical Association to the Stato Medical Scocietys' annual meeting at rut in-Iiuy, on the 15th. Death. Mrs. Iliuelinc, wife of Mr. T. A flinclii.o of this city, formerly residing iiTolodo, died at that place on Tnea Say, and tho remains arrived in Fre mont and were interred at Oak Wood Comctory, Thursday. Recovering. was. the carR,about two months ago at Clyde, and was brought to our County Infirma ry, is steadily recovering. . The h...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
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