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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 18 June 1875

I ! VOL. 47. FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1875 m.BD Has just returned THE LATEST Summer And is now showing tlie inosl Fashionable Goods in the market H f- f rr r - . r t " 1,1 O- Tlie. Largiest; andj Choicest Display in the city. h xa friz a ii.ui.up SOU from, the East with NOVELTIES IIY Millinery UNDERHILL'S Mammoth Grocery AND City Provision Store, City Provision Store, Next Door to Post Office, Fremont, Ohio. Underhill's Mammoth Grocery is the Leading House in Town for Fine Teas and General Groceries, of all Dried Current Prices. Tea from Sugars from Coffees frobm , Prunes from '. Currants from Oranges lAmonp r from . . i . I i .. ApplasftoiaU U.U . . Crackers 4 lbs. for Soaps, 4 to 5 bars for nutter rrom gg 12c Oiher goods at correspondingly moderate prices at.' ' ' . ' i ' '. ;. , ' j." '. - Li. '. '. . ' .1 v. .... 4 ;' 50c to $1.00 8c to 10c ' 22c to S8o ' 10c to 16c 10c to 12c 30o dozen 10c to 20n i . : 4 ; 25o to 35c per dozen $1.00 to $1.30 per bushel ;...

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. — 18 June 1875

Poetry. BABY EARNEST. All in a bed of roses The little babe reposes; Tbair criinaon-henrted lire -To warmth in him inspire; Tbeir Persian odors, creeping Itonnd baby Bleeping sleeping, No avenue discover To him, theif little lover. Nurse need not frame a story, For baby's bedtime glory, Of elf, and sprite, and fairy, That dwell in flower-enps airy; Deaf are the ears of baby, Except to screphs, maybe; And elves may stay unbidden All in the roses hidden. Close the piano lightly, Turn down the lamp less brightly. For mamma, crushed, bereaven, Need play no more at even, To see his blue eyes glisten, His dawning mind just waking, And then the world forsaking. White shall make no intrusion, Roses in red profusion We chow for baby's bower Himself the fairest flower All pallid beauty keeping For other's couch of sleeping; Roses, red-lipped and sweetest, Are fittest and oompletest. Fast locked the baby's senses Rut life divine commencesi And could our tear-blurred vision Rut pierce to land E...

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. — 18 June 1875

ONE LIE BRINGS ANOTHER. There's just one thing I want to say, My ninter. and my brothers, . And that is, if you tell one lie 1'ou are ure to toll some others, I know at times it's very bard To own a naughty action, lini truth, once uttered, fills the heart With joyous satisfaction. While if yon stoop to tell a lie To cover up wrong-doing, Your heart is filled with guilty dread With hopeless woe and ruing. Yon dare not bravely meet the eye Of father or of mother, And tooover up the lie you've told You are sure to tell another. A child's first lie, Kke a man's first glass Of rum, or ale, or whiskey, Makes way for more to follow fast, And is dangerous and risky. . "Without the first glass yon are safe From the daunkard's thirst of fixe; And if the first lie's never told, You'll never be a liar. I Replies and Decisions on Questions of a Practical Nature. From the New York Journal of Commerce. Question Will you please state through your columns at what time "Protection to Home Industry" ...

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. — 18 June 1875

ttmmli A trinmnrt of Vf ', r rtrw,f. Lo-f, 4tM er ! TVrnrypf Ont. Efo'h miuilnmal tint FwOnt. hnrh wul.tim.ui iiCftiin Vmt per lit. tojrmcMf inmrunct. AY WANTED To exchange a good im- Ilire buildings, lor properly In Ohio. Price larm 1WJ0, uo incumbrance, Tine jN-rleet. BAHNKS A ITKT1S8. jRooms SO & 81 CharoVr of Comm- ere, Toledo, 0. AY LASTED SOME PERSON WHO Js eniraired In or connect d with perma nent MiriD m rremom, 10 learn ine it-pi apn Imslness snnlcietit to take charge of the office ot A. A t Telegraph Co, in comnciion with present or prospective burin!,. Could make U quite an object. Address, the Miip r. A. A P. TKLKUHAMI Co., Toledo, O. JFor Sale. I?OK SALE MULE I have a niuffle . mule which I will sell cheap. Well broke, erykiml, 4 v.ara old, weighs twu pound; g1 roadftler, good style, took first premium ,i.et fall, bard to beat. For further particulars apply to ISAAC W. BUHTYVUK, SS-SO Vuion Marble Works, 24 or walk, O. FOR SALE Farm of 175$ acres in Springfield Town...

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. — 18 June 1875

FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1875. City Lots! City Lots! 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 arc nicety located, ire high and dry, excellent Boil, and altogether the moat deslrabla Lots in market. Franklin afreet la nicely graded, and thade tree planted the entire length of the afreet. Theee Lota will be aold at reaeonable prices, and on long paymcnta, If deaired; arrangements can be made for monthly, qnarterly or aeml-annnal payments. Intereat six- per cent. ... tr Special inducements offered to those woo purpoee bnlldlng. Apply to A. E. RICB, who can be found at Firet National Bank dnrkig banking hears, or at hia ree idence (corner Bl retard Avenue & Wood Street) morning and evening. Harvester Works. LOCAL MATTERS. Good and Very Cheap Collars, Ties, Parasols, Hosiery, &c., Collars, Ties, Parasols, Hosiery, &c., also Josephine Kid Gloves, at J. B. Garvi...

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. — 18 June 1875

1775---1875. Looking back a Lumlnx yeariy , And cornering the Now and Tbon,' It Booms to me that, id spite of foam, The country hag earnest men As willing to draw the sword for Right As ready to wield tho pen. J ' It KifniH to ma that in faithful hearts The current yet ebb and flow With a constant motion, that still imparts As steady aud clear a glow Of zeal for Freedom's glorious art As a hundred years ago. It seams to mo tltntiu field and by forge, Jly riror nud by rill, Iu fortilo )laiu ami iuou'ntatu gorge, Iu city and hamlet, still They live as they in the days of ,. George, Of Concord and Bunker Hill. I do not know that the hands aro weak, Or the brain unused to plan; That tho tongue dolays the tntlh to speak, On the foot to march in tho van But I know full well that we need not In vain for a Minute Han. There nre men to-day who would alone On the bridge Horatius kept; There are men who would fight at athon, Who would battle with Stark, of . nington, - When flashing from saber...

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. — 18 June 1875

From the Nemaba (Nebraska) Journal. THE GRASSHOPPER RALLY. Air, We are Coming Father Abraham. Air, We are Coming Father Abraham. [By J. J. Marvin.] We are coming Uncle Snmnel, three hun dred billions more, To devastate your fertile land, from the mountain to the shore We have Trhet onr hnngry bills and greas ed our snple thighs, And we are bound to eat whatever across our pathway lies. We are not tho sons of sea-cooks that made King Pharaoh mad, But you bet your bottom dollar we are just three times as bad ; We've been studying Progression since the Pyramidal age, And loftier flights and broader fields our efforts now engage, We left the land of Palestine as soon we heard the news That the Bible gave the privilege those lank and hungry Jews, On whose grain we rallied, and expected to be fed, That they might roast our tiny carcases and turn them into bread. , We've no nse for John the Baptist, or any of his crowd; We would rather have our hop out than honey or a shroud; So we're comi...

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. — 18 June 1875

F1UDAY, JUXE 18. 1S75. LOCAL MATTERS. Splendid Bargains. In notions nt J. B. Garvin's, next door to McCullcch'a ilrng store. Give him a coll. We XoncE that C. P. Slinman, nt his room in Odd Fellow's Block, is taking n now style of photograph which is very handsome. His pictures are almost fanUlcm. Call in and see him. "Drives" In Dry Goods. Down, dowa, thoy go. Special bar gains iu Dress Goods. Cheaper than ever! Everybody invited to come and see for themselves, and obtain bargains while this opportunity is given. WAGNER & ZEIGLER. Bowery Dance. Tho public are informed there will bo a bowery dance in Hague's Grove, in Ballville township, about five miles from Fremont, Saturday Jnly 3d, 1875, to which they are invited. ' Mackin'g band will furnish musio for the occasion. Lemonade, Ice Cream,' and other re freshments can be obtained on the 25 26 An Error. It having been published that th Light Guard Orchestra would furnish musio for the ball given under the au spices of the 72d Ii...

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. — 25 June 1875

fjtt mmm 3 s VOL. 47. FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1875. KO. 26. ' Miss Thompson Has just returned from the East with THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN Summer Millinery And is now showing the most Fashionable Goods in the market The Largest and Choicest Display in the city. UNDERBILL'S Mammoth. Grocery AND City Provision Store, Next Door to Post Office, Fremont, Ohio .11 i i 1 1 1 ma ,t r unaernui s mammotn grocery is tne Leading nouse in . Town for Fine Teas and General Groceries, Vegetables of all kinds, Dried Fruits, &c, &c. Tea from Sugars from Coffees froom Prunes from Currants from Oranges Dried peaches from Lemons from Apples from Crackers 4 lbs. for. ... , toaps, 4 to o Dars lor Butter from Eggs " Other goods at correspondingly moderate prices at. MAMMOTH GROCERY AND CITY PARLORS, ko., Next . i i i ii , . . 50c to $1.00 8ic to 10c 22c to 28c 10c to 16c ... ' 10c to 12c ; . , . . 30o dozen 10c to 20c 25o to 35a per dozen .$1.00 to $1.30 per bushel , 25c 20c ...

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. — 25 June 1875

THE BATTLE OF BUNKER HILL. The following minted rorm. 1t Dr. Outw Wendi-U j Inline, is taken from the Bunker Hill fmorial, rjiiblisliecl by Ogood & Co., of Boston. It was read w it part of the rxercima attoadant upon me centennial anniversary 01 Uie lattle, at Boston, June 17: GRANDMOTHER'S STORY OF BUNKER HILL BATTLE: AS SHE SAW BY FROM THE DELTRY. "Tis like stirring living embers, when, at eighty, one remembers JlT1 the achings and the quaking of "the times that tried men's souls;" "When I talk of Whig and Tory, when I tell tho Rebel story, To you the words are ashes, but to me they're burning coals. I had heard the muskets' rattle of the April running battle; Xiord Percy's hunted soldiers, I can see their red coats still; Tint a tlerully chill comes o'er me, cs the day looms up before me, When a thousand men lay bleeding on the shines of Buukcr Hill. 'Twas a peaceful Summer's morning, when the first thing gave us warning Was the booming of the cannon from the river and the sh...

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. — 25 June 1875

From the Milan Advertiser. THE BEAR CLUB. Important Session. At gpeoial meeting of the bear club, held for the purpose of iuresti gating and reporting upon the wonderful skill displayed in the construction of the nent of an oriole, in the possession of . aaid club. The subject naturally took the form of this question, to wit: "Do beasts and birds possess the power of reason ing from cause to effect?" The great Cinnamon being called upon to open the discussion, Raid thnt he had given the subject much attention in past years; with, to himself, but little satisfactory results. But he had received a commu nication from the Spectacle Bear now in Missouri, on tho subjoct, which in his opinion proved conclusively that some animals do possess the power of reason; whereupon the white haired bear moved the article be read by the Secretary. The motion was carried, and tho article was as follows: PIKE STATION, TIKB COUNTY MISSOURI. "Great Cinnamon and sellow bears of the Bear Clnb of Milan, Ohi...

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. — 25 June 1875

Popular Column. HmU A drerKsrmsfrfs nf '' sWiyFor Knit, PVton. ft irrtfd IS th9 fhimn, Ana Irs rwtfn'yH4 nrf.ttf. ensl Um ikVv i tiKrnni sxsrrlio .Krl tVnli Wanted. WANTED To exchanRe a good lin rroved term' In Wimnnim of 1W seres, nlre builiiii!s, for property In Ohio. Trice ol larat w, no iDcnmbmiir.', Title perfect. BARNES ITHTIRS, Ronsns 80 81 C harober ol Commerce, Toledo, O. T ANTED SOME TERSON WHO la oncerd In or connected with ft penns- Ct biiiteaL In Fremont, ui ream me leirerajtr. inees .nflvlent t. take rharjre of the office A. r Tel'-graph Co., In connection with pr-eent or prospective business. Could make U quite an ot'iect. AdurrM, the .Mannirer, l-tf A. A P. 1 KLEUKAFH Co., Toledo, O. For Sale. I70R SALE By private cont-.?t, two verv larffe cltv lots, f rontlnff on Court SU. within one block of the K. R. Depot, and numbor- Mie of the moat eligible building alive in the city. Also, three acre oTexcellcnt ferti'e land, with IMmxI botice and ham, ciatern and orchard ther...

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. — 25 June 1875

FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1875. at LOCAL MATTERS. 1 Yotj Wast an Organ or Fi&no, go to Gbo. N. Downs, Clyde, Ohio. 20tf Select School. Kim Etta Smith will teach cis wcclt'i term during the vacation, in the Central Primary room, commencing July 5th. Will receive pupils from any of the six lower grades. Terms 25 cents per week. Morning sessions only. in in Job Turning. We understand that Schwartz Bros., since securine rooms and power of Bowl us k Co., have engaged a first class turner, and are now prepared to attend to all job turning that may be of fered. Give them a call. 26 29 Downs, at Clyde, keeps the Bay State, Mason k Hamlin, Estey, Loring, Blake, and Burdett Organs. Give him a call, and chose for yourself. 20tf. Oils. If you want any Lubricating OrLS for Mowers, Reapers or Machines of any kind, you can get all you need, by call ing at the Drug Store of Thomas, Grund k Lang. They keep Castor Oil, West Va., Sperm, Lard and Fine Engine Oils the latter article we guarantee equal to Lar...

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. — 25 June 1875

TOO LATE! As pawnbroker in populous sub urb of London, I bavo bad occoaion to eeo painful anil cot unpleasant phases) of aociuty. Just to give an idea of wbat oocaaionnlly comes under the notice of persona ia my profession, I shall des oribe a little incident and its consequen ops. One eveniug I stepped to the door for a little freiih air and to look about me for a mumont. While I was gazing up and down the road I saw tidily dressed young young person step up to our side door. She walked like a lady and lt me toll you that in nine cases out of ten its the walk and not the dress, which dixtiuguislies the lady from the servant girl and first she looked about, and thou seemed to make up her mind in a flurried sort of a way, and ia a mo mont more was standing at our counter, balding out a glittering something in a little trembling band covered with a worn kid glove My assistant, Iaaao, was stepping for ward to take the seal, when I came in and interposed. The poor young tiling wns so Lc...

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. — 25 June 1875

ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO. ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO. The Battle of Banker Hill---The Continental ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO. The Battle of Banker Hill---The Continental Army---Preliminary Contests--- ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO. The Battle of Banker Hill---The Continental Army---Preliminary Contests---Fortification of the Hill---The Two Assaults. One hundred years ago the very hour these lines reach the eye of the render, were eventful moments to the anxious citizen of the then unborn Republic. Rapidly following the affairs ot Isling ton and Concord on the 19th of April, the Continentals had taken meamres of defense, and the "Continental Army" had, by the opening of the month of Jane assumed, what to the inexperienc ed Colonists appeared to be a formidable equipment. Actually, the force of men under arms amounted to small Division, as for instance, an army was organized during the war of the Rebellion. Yet it was an "army," and boasted of "wings," and a "centre." Exactly, the "army" on the 9th of Jun...

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. — 25 June 1875

The Fremont Journal J'lUDAY, JUNE 25, 1875. City Lots! IN FRANKLIN ST. ADDITION! FREMONT. FREMONT. North of State Street, between the Business Portion of the City and the Fremont Harvester Works. These Lots are nicely located, are bijrlt and dry, excellent soil, and altogether the most desirable Lota tn tnurket. Franklin slret;t ia nicely grrwled, and shade tree? planU u ti'.c r!:'tre length of the atrcet. These Lot will be old at reasonable prices, and on long payments, if desired; arrangements can bs mude lor monthly, quarterly or semi-annual payments. Interest six ier cent. I"" Special. inducements offered to those who purpose building. Apply to A. K. KICK, who can be found at First National U ink during banknighoure, orat his idence (corner 111 rchard Avenue & Wood Street) morning and evening. LOCAL MATTERS. Fremont Produce Market. Grain receipts are heavy. Wheat worth 81,10, oats 55c, corn 60c, wool is very plentiful at 4048c, butter 15c, eggs 12jo. The supply of the lattor...

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