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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 27 June 1862

FREMONT: OHIO. ISAAC fiX. XSnSLSXl, XUitotv ! Friday, Jon ;2iy 1862. " Union Convention. ntlow which. eembe4 in thi Hj an tb 6th of Septemb last, call upon "all !oyml ettlasnB who r in for of th mai atalnano of th gov arniwent, and ot tb vUrcweW an on tinned preaecalUu f th wr now carried on far th aupptessuwi of th rbeIlio apainat th govern. Writ," t sl f aflwIM delegst a TJntoa Cavatlon to W Held In thit etty, Thursday.' 91at day f August next, for the tmnttie) of MndMataa r tb following offi Bert: ; Judge f th 8uprm Court, i - - BecrUry erf Stat. , i Attorney General. .. . i , . School Commissioner. . '' Otia Member Board of t oblle Works. Th Conrentioo wW be composed of th asm ininlwr of delegate aa constituted th Convert Tion of last year, and apportioned in lika man tier among the several counties. ' Sandusky county will bav 4 delegate; Ot town, 9; Huron, C; Erie, 4; Crawford, 6; Sene ca, 8. SJ. Jowr. TT recommend that ttie delegate be chosen by Conventions In the several coun...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 27 June 1862

WITH HIGH PRICES! Low Prices Victorious Gusdoifs Store BLOCKADED BY THE PEOPLE! Goods Enough for All Largest, Fineit, Bast Selected, and Cheapeit Stock Irtr brought to this enarket, ana particularly suited The want of the People! It ewmprise Feaey end Staple Dry Goods, fjadies Dress Goods, ' , " Hew Styles, , Union Calicoes, ' WmnBtd aot to real Shawls, V ' ! 1 , Every kind, quality and price. ) ' , Dress Silks,' Delaines, , Iteadf-Made Clothing, ' ' ' ' Alt Faahlonable Stplea. " ; Boots add Shoes, '.''' Hats and Cape, Alt t tit Lowest price. '. Groceries, Ac. la each and every department nr stock la full and com piste, and eawnot for beauty, utility and Ctteapsiea oerpaa.ed here or eleewhera. We therefore throw down the gauntlet to competition, and challenge the state to oarparreoa of prices and ooellty at good. To the Farmers, and their "Wives, Bring in joaf market produce (ntr k(n4. W r pay yon tha hlgheot prlaa for ButteY and Egg, Beeswax, Corn, Wheat, Out, lit (and Pork in seas...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 27 June 1862

Fremont Journal. How You May Succeed. in trdr trts.1 too msjr iuhtm in iirts world you shout J Mwsys consider that each Tor Hi grav w rower vou lb (to evor bo tors ihnrt unless you Are) a,ctir-, the season of lifo will closs l)f(r even half yonr wslf sllotod contract mill havo beco performed, unions, lika too many people, you no ftira-no bopo no ambinoo fjoTond pick ing Toor teelh sftor dinner t ifalf of tbe seorld yes mora tbao half go to the ro caption room of eternity without any olject In liffl as drift-wood floatadown tha stream (raided by the currant and lodging against the first obstruction. And what i drift wood my boy t Once in a wLild a cooi lick of timber ia found therein, but . it ia mora work to haul it out, clean off tha aaud and mod, Iban it ia worth, and mora time and tools are spoiled in making it into what you wtsn man the stick will ever bring, even in active market,. .. .. . Have it purpoaa. , Live for something. Make tip your mind what you will bo, and be it or ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 July 1862

R. P. PI!0LABiv , n , IIOMKH SVgKBTT. ll.CIiI.AM Ac EVliUKTT, . , AlWw7 tn seal lore at l.aw.enlSnllrltnre Int'han ervr will atteail (4 professional business sail Lau4 Aeeuav inr1uki ml ailjuiiiliie: Cannllea. 0!le-3icoiiJ Stury Biuslsuil's UCW Muck, Fremont. 4. onitB,' jr. " ' ' ii. w. wisklov, ' OIIRKSH V -VI!MIiOW, Aftoraeya and Ommvllnrt at T.aw and .nlMtora In Chan err, for AandusVy and a'tjolulug Ceuntlca. . OflloeIo TYLER BLOCK, .front RoS "P atalra. " - v - v -c r or.i w , iv. , , e-e a .K ., . . , - . JL JnJ7,lW2. n.BuowAGi:, Attorney and Coiinollor nt Will alien amwflly t all liuslneeeewirtete. o hla care. OrriOK In IHrrhard Block, front Street Itafrrto nirrliarn, Miller Wllann, nnVera.' ' m - ' ' - In. tnr m wt A Yl ...... t special attention aire. f wi-"". - . . ....... j vi d.-cenBon SWI . HlKMO.Vr, Ohio. M ircli 14. 18UJ. . C. W. PAGE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, INSURANCE AND OENKRAI. AOENT, M Xotarn public, . . T Clvok, Sanduskt Countt, O. All btutoeH In t runted to hit cur. fW...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 July 1862

m.im n. in' m. iihh-iiii""miw " . FUEMQNT: OHIO, ; ISAAC XVI. KBBLBB., Editor. Friday, July 4, 18 Union Convention. vent inn uliich assembled in tlii city on the 5lh of September Inst, call upon '"all loyal citizen who are in favor of tho maintainancc of th gov-' eminent, nd of tb vigorou nnj continued prosecution of the war now curried on for tbe suppression of the rebellion against tho govern ment," ng.iirt to meet and appoint delegates to a T.nion Convention to bo held lu Oii city, on Thursday, 'the Hist day of August next, fur the nomination 'of candidate for tho following offi corn: Judge of the Supreme Court. BecrcUl y of State. ' ; ' At toniey Uencrnl I , K.L.w.1 n.nn.',..',nne ' ' ync ilember Board of Peblic Work. The Convention will be compoacd of th. am. ' . , , ., number of dalegatc aa conatitutod the Conron. I lion of laai year, anu opponioneu iu im iun-, ner among the several conntie. Sandusky county will have 4 delegate; Ot town, 2; Huron, 6; Erie, 4; Crawford, 6; Seue...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 July 1862

BW QOOO0I WITH HIGH PRICES! Low Prices Victorious ! Gusdorf 's Store BLOCKADED BY THE PEOPLE! Goods Enough for All 1 IiUrgett, Finest, Best Selected, and Cheapest Stock Em brought to this market, and particularly salted to The wants of the People I It eomprigeg Fancy and Btepl. Dry Goods, Ladies Drci Goods, Nw Styles, Union Ctslleoes Warraatad not to rnnl Shawl, Ev.rr kind, qaalttj and price. Dress Silks, Delaines, -Heady-Mado Clothing, All FaablonnM. Htplcl. Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, All at the Lowest prlri. Groceries, Vc. la each and every department nnr stock t foil and com nlU. and cannot for bratitr. ntlllty and Cheanuea bo surpassed here or elsewhere. We therefore throw down the gauntlet to competition, and ehal lenge the State to a companion or pncei ana quality 01 gooae. To the Farmers, and their Wives, Brine on voar market aroduea of every kind. Wa will pay yon tha highest price for Butter and Eg'j, Beettoax, Corn, Wheatt Oate, Rye ( and I'ork n season. J We will giro...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 July 1862

Fremont Journal. The Mask of "Conservation." Whnr any rociall inhuman and repulsive mcaiine is proposed in Conjrrpas mi J elsewhere, it receives the support of rsopl who cull themselves, and are called ? Iheir fiinmls, "ib Conaerratir party." Whenever ft ba and disgrsoeful interpre tation is given to any clausteof tlx National Constitution, and it is culled by the same person nhe Conservative view." When ever any rigorous and radical means of sup pressing this cruel rebellion are suggested, they are malignantly resisted by the samo "conservative" parly and papers. Tho per sistent political allies of tho rebels, like VallandigViam, Powell, Bayard, and Sauls- bury, are leaders or tins "conservative movetnont, while tho newspapers which openly supported the rebellion until the Government took it in hand, or which from their continued support of it received a very significant warning, are tho organs of the same faction. The same "Conservatives" during tho last Presidential canvass solem...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 July 1862

ft. p. noea-tAwn. ' ' noMftn kvkrbtt ntCKliAXTI At EVliUETTy Attorney" Onnnwellorg nt Unwind Hi.lrVttnrii In Chan ery, will ftMoml ta proflnu(i iinnlne: and ln AifriWiy In tetvluiikt an1 nr1ntrtltiir Cntintia, Olfloe bcond a tor Duck land' uuw Ulock, Fremont. . orrieitk, jr. n. W. WIKHLOW GfltittXR Ac WINSI.OW, Attorney, find Cntinarllnra nt Law ana AullHtnm In Chaa eery, frr Saudu.ky and adjoining Cvutloa. OSItjt In TYLKR M.OCK, front Room., npetslr.. FRKMONT, OHIO. Jan.17,l6. II. im u:oacjii, Attorney nnd Counsellor at Inw Will attend promptly to ill ln.lnea entreated to hill care OFFICE ID Blrehard Work, Front Street. Refer to Dlrcharil, Miller ft Wlleon, Bankera.' Rpeelal attention alvea to proonrlnl Pay and Bounty of Oomaed RnldleVa. , 1KEMOKT, Ohio. iS .rch 14, INOJ. C. W. PAOK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, INSURANCE AMD GENERAL AGENT, 2lnJ Notarg public, . Cltds, Sarduskv Coubty, O. All buelneaa intru.ted to hi eare, faithfully and prompt!; 49 executed. Hnmnropailiy. fir. J. W. Fah.ino, ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 July 1862

c , . i. HU5MONT: OHIO.' isaao m. 2tx.&x.szi; Editor. Friday, laly 11,' 186. Union Convention. The umteraiiriied.reprtwciitiiig tlie Union Oon v.iitioii which nfaerobltfd In this city ob the 5th ' bf 8ptcmbcr lt, cnll upon "all loyal cittieu ; who are in fitrnr of tbe maintainane of the got - tmmetiti and of the igoroot and continued proaecntion of the wnr now carried on for tint uppremmn of die rebellion againat the goTerti loenl," again to meat and appoint delegntea to a tTnion Convention to be held In tbia city, on Yburailay, the Blot day of Angnat next, for the nomination of candidates for the following offi oers: Judge of the Supreme Court. Secretary of State. Attorney General. School Commieaioncr. One Member Board of Pnblic Works. The Convention will ho compoaed of the samt number of dvlegnto ns constituted the Conven tion of last year, and apportioned in like man nor among the several counties. .Sand uaky county will hnve4 delegate; Ot town, 2; Iluron, 6; Erie, 4; QroYwfo...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 July 1862

II i V i V tew:. COQOSt ft I 1 WAE jITIIIIIGII PRICES! I . .ow Prices Victorious 1 jusdorf s Store O CKADED B Y THE PEOPLE! 'jroods Enough for All 1 Largest, Finest, Best Selected, and Cheapest Stock Em brought to thla market, and particularly aulted to The wtmtt of the People I j It comprises Fane and Staple try Goods, 1 Imdics Drai Goods, New Styles, Union Calicoes, Warranted not to runt Shawls, . ' k' ' Ivory kind, quality and price. Dress Silks, Uelalnes, Jleady-MAde Clolbluf, All Fashionable Atplea. " ' Boots nnd Shoes, , j Hats and Caps, AH at tha Loweet price. Groceries, 4c. 'iearli and evarv department our atocs la full and com ..ate, and aannot for beauty, utility aadCtieapilf'S. rpaaaed here or elsewhere. Wa therefore throw down a e,auotlet toonmpetition, and challenge tha State to .parieoa of prlcea and quality of g-ooda. " To the Farmers, i; , and their AVlvcs, '' Rrtng H jnT warkat produca faery kind. Wa will pay yoa tba kigbcat .price for . VHr and Egg, Betttoax, Corn,...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 July 1862
Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 July 1862

Fremont Journal. EXTRA. HIGHLY IMPORTANT CORRESPONDENCE! WASHINGTON, Tuesday, July 1, 1862. Th following correspondence between the President and tin Governors of th HTtnl State will explain ltMlf : To run PaMtourr i Th andentgned. Got- rnor oi State of the Union, Impressed with the boliof that th cltlxon of tho States which thy respectively represent art of on mi cord In the hearty desire that the recent sacc sea of the Federal arm may be followed up by measures wmcn must Insure the spdy restora tion of Union, aud believing that In Tlew of the Important military movement now In proems. and the reduced condition of our efTectir force In tho Held, reuniting from the unusual and nna voidable casualties of tbe crvlce, that the time baa arrived for prompt and rigorous measures to be adopted by the people In support of the great interest commuted to jonr charge, we respect fully request. If it meets with your entire appro val that you at onco call upon the several states for such number ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 July 1862

Thai ih rummis'loncr r Inf i-mnl llorf noe. nnder the dirwltfltnr III HeiriMary nf Hie Irea-ury, 111 IV make mirh mrih.'rr.MHltniiiiH'l""Ul"''"'l''rl,"'r,""r" dies Mtrnil llni )ir,.i.T In .mler to nrot.i-t till) the rev-nrM- ami lo carry out tna S'lirlt nd intolit of tins fpciiun. Si r. 47. Anil ho It rnrt'i-r enacted, Tint dis tilled spiriU may lit- V"' --1 from U I1'1'"' of niniiuliH liiro for the purpose "f exported, or tor the purpose of being disiiii.-u ir export, nnrl retlncit cool nil my be removed tor I lie pur pose ol being e-t ported, n,1,'r ',p Itnuitlty of spir its or oil to removed shill hive Pern ncert:iincrl by inspection, According lo I lie provisions of ttiis ml, upon nnd with I he written pennls-ilon of the Colleetor or Deputy (.'olb-ctor of tho itif rl t, without payinoul of the duties thereon previous to such reuiovnl, tbe owner thereof having first given bond tothf) United Hbite with autllcleiit sureties, In the nvinncrinid form, mill under regu lations nrcscrtl...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 July 1862

CrrlnrrM of Ilk deaorlpthiwV Ween talned .bora K1. and not exrceillng faun. t 00 Carriage" ' description, valued above tldlO 10 00 Pleasure or racing vesnela, known ah yachts, H hi ther by aail or ileum, under the value of fiP0 I go taenia valnce above SHOO, and not eicvodlna 1.1KW " 10 00 And for each additional 1,0U0 In Talne of aald 3"''" , 1000 Bllllard-tablcrs kept for ne 1000 I'late of gold, kept for uau, per ounce troy 60 Plate of silver, kept for no. per ounce troy ... t Provided, That allverapooiia or plate of ailver, to an amount not exceeding 40 ounces, aa sforcsaid. belonging to any one parson, ahall ba exempt from duty. SLAUGHTERED CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. 8nc. 78. And bo il further mooted, that on tho nnd nfler the first tiny of AniruRt, 180SJ, tlierc shall bo levied, collected pnid by any per son or persons, firms, companies, or agents or employees thereof the following duties or tax es, that is to say: on all horned cattle exceed ing in months out, aintigiitercd lor s...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 July 1862

The Broken Kite. " Afr.il.rr, what 1 to be my text thin weekr aU WIUie Alien. , ' , " Blessed hit tin? peaeomnkers," answered Ills ropther. ' 1 . . . Willie looked A little surprised, M he asked " whv did yon choose that verso, mother ? " ftn, my son, I think you ought to practice It. I know you have been trying hard, lately, to govern your own temper, and Itldukyou will succeed, because you don't often trust in yourself, but pray for Ood't ,'P,Yes, mother," said Willie, "I have done ttint ever since von tnlkcd to me aboutpray Ing when the angry feeling comes ; and God does 'rM It away. Sometimes it is worse than at others, sn(( I have to walk away from the bnvs and pretend to be fixing my kite or doing something else, whi'e I say Bible verses or a piece of a hymn, until the bad temper goc oir." ".Well, Willie dear, prayer will help you to be a peacemaker. When two of your play mafos gr't to calling angry names and making ready for a fight, pray in your heart to God for them as you ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 July 1862

B. P. nUOHLARP. HOMER BVKRITT. ni'CKIjAND Ac EVEHETT, A ttmneva 0 """Hon l.w, anil JouVttnr In Chan cer, will attend to professional business an Laad Arenev In Sanrinakv and edjntntnff Counties. Olln Second Star Backland'a new Block, rmnl t. ORIKRB, jr. H. W. WIN8LOW. OIlEE.E Ac WINSIiOW, Attorners and Cnnneellnrs at Law and Solicitors la Chan aery, for Handoaky and adjoining Cenntlee. OSloa In TYLER. BLOCK, Prnnt Room a, an atalra. FHKMONT, OHIO. Jan.!?,!. n. n II UNO AO E, Attorney and Counsellor it Jjaw Will attend promptly to all buelnesseotrusled to bll ear OFFICE In Blrehard Block, Front Street. Refer a Blrehard. Millar k Wlleen, Bankara. Special attention aiven o nrweurln; Far and Roantv of dccee.e.1 Soldier. TRtiMONT, Ohio. Urnh II, IHIi. C. W. I'AfllJ, ATTORNEY AT LAW, IXSlRANCE AND GENERAL AGENT, Slni. Notarg Public, Cltdb, Sakdusky Couhtt, O. A II business lntnutd to hit n, faithfully and promptly S executed. llomwopnihy. fir. . W. FAir.tva, having established hlmaelf for...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 July 1862

' ' irrcmon FUEMOST; OHIO, : ISAAO r.l. ItEBI.X5a, Editor. Prldaj, Jttlj .18, 1862. War Meetings. A iiierting will b held at the Hoyer School Hou, in VTiubimrtoa township, n, jtatardny (toraorn ) evening, for the purpose f inform ing the people of the atate of our war Matters, J ad GREENE and Dr. STILW ELL, will id dress tho people. LicoL Juba V. Deary will be present, anil Trill enroll 1ha anmrs of all who wish to enter the U. B. arrvice. ' Sera't GEO. If. HOiCOMB, will hare a mil ltry meeting at Frecport, Wood county, on Tuesday eTCnlng. July 2d, fin the purpose of enlisting recruits for llta 35th, Qhk Regiment flood Speakers will be present to address the meeting. The people are invited to attend. WAR MEETING. The fuccthig at Bircbnrd Hall Tuesday even ing wag attended by aotne 200 of lb a tuber, oam vst, supporters of ptr Geverament. Dr. Rsw on, tlie Chairman of the Military CominHtav, prvsidod. Judge GrtwiM ami II. W. WiiuJuw, Ksq., addressed the meeting in enraest, patriotic l...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 July 1862

VOLUNTEERS $30 PAY ADVANCED! EtTnirtTICMEN OF HAXnCfK V and adjolnlngcoun tire, lire President of tli.- United Stntva haa called for ,nno a.Mttfonal Voltlnteera to asaist In putting down million and preserving our rnlon; Mid the fltttm nornl Ohio cnlla on the brave men of this rttate to furnish their proportion of the unmrwr IMMHIiiAl t.l.V. Lot It not he MM that the gallanl men of Ohio, nre backward n responding to the CAM. OK THF.IH COUN TRY. Conn nnl.ly to tlir lescue. Clothing Mid eiibelsl tw will ho ftirnlshcd Immediately. Oris ( fee nod Trtmlf-firs IMInrt nt the ) llmndrtd l-llirf Anwar? will he paid the volunteer, aa soon aa tlin pnny is mustered Into scrrioe. It In Intimated that nnleee the ireota for Ohio l raised In forty dam the Governor will laeoe nim tot drafting. The onrteralaried has Keen fI'ln,', 9 ,h" Onvernnr M a Recruiting otllcer, to ral.e n Company of One Hun dred ntcn for three yeara or the War. Oorao born of Randnsky and adjoining counties, th country NOW NKKH...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 July 1862

Fremont Journal. Sound Words from Governor Johnson. Oot. And Johnson, of Toonesoe made, n powerful tpaocb M Niulivill on the, 4th, from which wa extract lha following, snd oomraend to oor renders lbs contrast be tween his nobla and manly utteranM and ths miserably shuffling apologies for the r ballioo which were mado at the Democrat io Conveotioo Columbua on ths aame da: I hold that this Government is of Divine birth, that it is h gift of God himself, and that neither Parson Elliott, nor Parson Sohon, nor Parson Howell, nor Armaged don, have a right to break it up. I punish these men, not because they are priests, but because thoy are traitors, and enemies of society, law and order. They havo pur sued and corrupted boys and silly women, and inculcated rebellion, and now let them mi (Tor the oenaltr. received the other day a request to allow torn ham, tweet pick le and other delicaciet to bt carried to thete person. I told tht applicant to tend hit luxuries to me, and I would find pe...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 July 1862

!. P. tlUOKLNI. i- '-. I"! ' OSI KVKltt, Atlrnvsaii'l1SHns.llors Lllw amlSnllrltnra in Chun aerv, wt1' sUenrl to f rof"slonal business and IiaDd At-nry InSstnlttssr ami siijnliilnjc f nnntles. OfflM-tit"4 Blorjr Bueklaud ' new illock, Framont. J. ORKKNC, jr. " II. W. WIRSL0W. OKF,EE Ac WlXSIiOtV, Attorn.va n.1 Onnasellors at l.sw anil Rotleitors la Chaa erv, f.r Haotlurkr and ailjotnliif C.uoliea. Offlw la TTLKF BLOCK, Front Room, op stairs. TRKMONT, OHIO. Jan.l7,l"0. II. IIIIUNDAOE, Attornef and Counacllor n Will atlrarl nromrtly t. all buslneaa entrsV to Mi ears . OFFICII In BlrcUard Block, Front Street. R.fer to Blrahard, Millar a Wllaaa, Maokara; Sl.eri.1 atteotlor. l M F""r,DrIVf?5 P8,"?!; dce.sM Soldlera. - FKfcMOMr, Oliio. deceas.it RoMlera. M ircb it, O . W. PAOU, ATTORNEY AT LAW, , IHSVUkSCK AND GENERAL AGENT, , . 2.n& Notarjj Public, Clyde, Sandusky Countt, 0. All Business intrusted to Mi ears, faithfully aad promptly 48 executed. If omwopailiyV n. J. W. PiiLiwn. hiwln...

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