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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 April 1853

jf.r J 'jH FREMONT JOURNAL. 3 00 LVf. BOOTH, Editor and P-bHsher. Tha Jnoairaf., lepnbllshed every Bstnrdaymorn I if Orcein Buckland'a Briek Building third lory Fremont, Sandusky county, Ohio. t E R M 8 ajingteeopy, per year, In advance, paid wiiiiin the year, Townaubscriberawlllbeehargedtl 75. Thedir ferencein theterms between the price on paper deli rered in town end those eent by mail, isocca- i3ned bytheexpenaeofearrylng. How to 8ror a Psrta. Firetseethatyonhave puid forlt np to thetime yon wish it to .top; notify the Pout Mmterof yonr doalre, and ark him to no f the publisher, onder hi" frank ,(a he la author ed to do) of your wish to discontinue. H, RATES OF ADVERTISING. Onetquare 13'inee firet insertion f 05" Do eaeh additionalinaertion. 25 Do Threemontha... Do Six month Do One year TwoeqaareaSix month Do One year ffalfcolnmn One year.... ... One column One year.... ... p. on , 3 a , 5 on . 6 00 , 10 00 ; is oo , 30 00 Bnatncsa Dircttorjj. FREMONT JOURNAL JOB I'niXTIXfi OFFIC...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 April 1853

Proceedings of the Sandusky Co. Teachers' Association. Tbii Association, agreeably to previous no tice, met in the basement of the M. E. Church, in Fremont, on Thursday, March 8Ut, at 10 p'clock, A. II. The meeting t called to or dor by I. W. Booth, who nominated Rev. W. J. Wrll at temporary Chairman, who took luteal J. V. llictt auJ J. W. Bush were appointed Vigo Presidents, I. A. Ward and O. tY. Olick, Secretaries. The meeting w as then openod by reading a portion of the Holy Scrip tures and prayer, by the President The object of the meeting of the Associa tion i then brief!? Haled by L W. Booth, who remarked that it was for the purpose of holding a Teachers' Institute and to form a permanently organized Teachers' Association in Sandusky Co., by adopting a Constitution and By-Laws, lie also spoke of the impor tance of su-sh Associ Jtions, Te achers' Insti tutes, A-e. The meeting then proceeded to the appointing of n Committee for the pur pose of drafting a Constitution and By -Law...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 April 1853

Scrofula and other Chronic Diseases. cane. The following in taken f 0111 a work published hj D. A. Tiler, M. D.,of Near Haven, Conn: The Km kilos ba..i ued by Prof. Eli Ives, of New Haven, f..r about thirty year. anterior lo thit period. Say Dr. Tl-r, 1 hav no indication of it uee in regular pmoticK, how or wlire I' rot. Itm first obtained it. lis duel mil tl tW recall . I. Ha presrril.es it ill caee s of scrnluia, mid aUais in forma of decoction. Il i now a 'nif hut c mi mon article In domestic practice Ier the cure ot Kerofula and Cutaneous diseases. Wlmluw.a Scotch botanist of nntorety, wlm travelled in A neiiaa about S4 and HI6, learned na use proa- bly in Canada, and used it for medicating II tllis in hiseslahlisliineut ill England, wlnck became calrbrulrd for Ilia cure f crjlula,and oilier chron ic dteeas. The Kock Rose possesses 111 o power of of resolving Scrofulous tumors, nii'i one at the first nd moet obvious effects of Ihia Hied. cilia, ia an Improved appetite and digeat...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 April 1853

WESTERN NEW YORK COLLEGE OF HEALTH I. 237 Kali Strut, Baftfe, H. V. myu onnranit trnni fH1 ulihimW mitnlf h ramtaatlr laaar Mi rasas kf laei Mnr sais. h va makias AU OTES THS WORltX r bana.ee tkt nlm iwMuiu ar fimtii as, sari k DROPSY: n anna f iMt casipLlrit liaaaadl.tair elia.r), m mum m haw lot at.n.llris. PmiIM r 7,lil. T'a wmmmIi a. rVishll.l uCmtiu, .nrl lh Mow a.4 rlraeiffut prwiM af la. malait.. bloMint Ih. .M.n. I. Basra. arhi.li apiilcra itopalMMmlUrlf llililt III nil, term onset IU Bloat MNMRJ iMtHrM, HITHERTO nrCTOABLK, ft Saw rlMa to this armaria and ChrMi-iana aaa ll pnWIi-lf mmA .rlaaa.lr wilh iwCoc MfMM. It art.orr who hita erw kxl nmnua mi nnwi ol an. aharaim kaep tkB artful f Unmb. ana. u tner woalil avoir! ilia annataroj APrUCATIOJT OF THI KNOT, to fvfWau th arat.ra ee4 let Um uroaawli.Ml wnter flow ra.r, null ;le all an aaain, and Smllr to tad in a drandfBl ala, M tti.ra 1h aa. tliia ramr-lr In .aii.oii, and a. raco.arr aia. I.lth.ra tri li at aiir .laia.l tin. d...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 April 1853

FREMONT JOURNAL: I. W. BOOTH, Editor and fubllshor. The JonnnAL, is published every Saturday morn l ig Office In Bnckland's Brick Muilding-Mhird 'lory; Fremont, Sandusky county, Ohio. TERMS, gingle copy, per year, in advance, paid within the year, f 1 .10 9 00 'Townsnbseriberswillbecharged $1 75. Thedir ferenceln tholsrmsbalweon the price on papers ileleredintownandthoseaent by mail, isocca I i ned bytheespense ofoarrying. flow to Stop a Paper. Firstsee tliatyouhuve 'paid for il np to the time you wish it to atop; notify the I'oil Masterof your desire, and auk him to no ify the publisher, under hie frank, (as he is author ed to do) of your wish to diacontinne. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Onuquare 13 'ines first insertion. . Do sadi additinnali nsertion. Po Three months Do Six months.. Do One year Two equtresSix months Do One year TTalfcolnmn One year.... One column One year .$05" . 25 , 2 00 . 3 SO . 5 00 . G00 . 10 00 . 18 00 . 30 00 J3it0tnc03 Directum. FREMOXT JOURNAL jun rmxTixfir off...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 April 1853

g'.'" -B" - - i - 1- warrants In at least three public places in such township, at least tun days before the moe tinif of luoh elector: provided, however, that in any case where (be of Hoe of one or more of the trustees a vacant, tue towosuip clerk, to ; gbthor with the trustee or trustees in office shall iaue the warrant aforesaid. Seo. 13. That any penon elected or ap ' pointed to any office under this act, who shall neglect or refute to serve therein, shall forfeit and pay to and for the use of the township wherein he may reside at the tune of such rlaction, the sunt of two dollars, to be recover ed by an action before any justice of the pence of said township and the township clerk shall, in the name of said township, demand, receive or sue for such forfeiture and pay over the same when collected to the town ship treasurer; provided, that no person shall be compelled to prove in any township office, tw years in succession. Sec. 1 9. That each and every person elec ted and qualif...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 April 1853

The most astonishing success of the Oxygenated Bitters. [Letter from F. T. Wallace, Esq.] Palmer, July 1, 1851. Bib: It i to me a source of Infinite pleasure, In be able to bear testimony from personal exper ience, to llie great value of the Oxygenated Bil lets as an effectual and complete remedy aud cure for Dyspepsia, in many, if not in all of the multi farious forms in which that distressing malady ex hibits itself. 1 began to afflicted in 1841 with Catarrh, and! llie difficulty increased rapidly nntd December, IciSO, producing in llie comae of that period Asth ma. The first aystoma of disease, was an extreme opreesivencss of the head, then followed a difficul ty on the lungs, caused ly the falling of mucus, of which there was a Ccopious How front the glands In the head, producing tightness, violent cough, pain in the eide, and innumerable attendant evils. The accumulation of mucus on the lungs was such, that 1 could not breathe when in a horoiontal or reclining posture) aud inan...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 April 1853

WESTERN NEW YORK COLLEGE OP HEALTH ft, 7 it alu Street, Buffalo, N. Y. DA. O. O. VAUOIIN'S INI oMnlH rrf restBMvBfalBt sa lass br Alia wwir k makins All OVER THK WORLD. It fm mi fcnnm t ' straVcia or m. awl ru.ularlr MUMimnll lot DBOPST: IM cemnlalnt tmmallnlal wltawil. e ! of lain I-.... uamlinf. PnmeUetor 7iliiV- Tlnf diw.i. a Fnthlhil a VtioLsa. unit thilnw ami liiltl ,r.ira of ll. niaUilv. bkmlln It' otl.nl In !" wine ZauaaMa "tommy" ' M"l,b ' '"" m HITHERTO IKCTTRABLK, It (KwiMUifmlr-'Ml Phrmlatw J PblM ami irrivaulr wiik njrleot inni I.t nr ena who nut Iwi't a iriru'lam of flnit'tr, ol an, chiuauter Ru Uilioruun, b th. ,l. il th" tumid viil tint annatnrul APrLtCATTOIT OF THB KNIFK, m orfmit Hi lytl.rn nwl Wt lb cenmnl'.ted wnl How awar. onl, 10 AM i ut aim, noil finally lo nl 10 H ,lr:iilful death, Wl llt.tn jhii at llilt reoHH., In tei,nii, nnil a r.'tir.r, b Mir. I iOt thrin try tl in , tlll llmaa, anil a nun b utlain. il tin, win i it a fuir trial. fiRATEL, nil all ilnnm if...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 April 1853

FREMONT JOURNAL: I. W. BOOTH, Editor and Publisher. ' Tha Jouat,, ia published every Saturdaymnrn Office In Knnkland'a Brick Building third lory Fremont, Sandusky county, Ohio. TERMS. ' jingte copy, per year, In advance, paid within the year, ft no 3 00 Town ubecrlberewillbecliarffed Si 75. Thedir fereneein thatarmsbetween the price nn paper ielirered in town and those sent by mail, nocoa- i jned by the expense orcarrying. How to Stop a Piritn. Firstseathatyouliave paid for it np to the time von wish It to Mop; notify the Post M niter of your desire, and ask him to no- jfv the publisher, under hie frank, (ae he is author ed to do; 01 your wisn 10 anconiinue. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 3nequare 1 .Tinea first insertion $0.r" , . Do eaoh additionalinaertion ! Io Three month 2 0" ' T)o Six month 3 5n Do One year 5 00 TwoaqaareaSix months... 6 00 Do One year 10 00 Hatfcolnmn One year 18 00 One column One year 30 00 Bnstneaa Directors. FREMONT JOURNAL JOB pniNTiiyo OFFICEl Wears now prepared ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 April 1853

District Curt Important Decision. The District Court, composed of Chief Jus 't'u: Bartley, Judges Otis, Starkweather and -Htmphreyvillc, held its regular session iu this rplaoelnsl week. Amongst the coses disposed of dm one asking an additional Injunction, by certian eitisena of Bellevue, restraining the Mud Hirer and Lnke Erie Rail Road Compa ny from changing the'lina of thcirroad, which Ht seems, they were endeavoring to accom plish by a spnecies of circumlocution, and in defiance of nn enisling injunction. The evi dence elicited, which we have neither time -oor room here to recapitulate, exhibits n rais crably laid and poorly executed scheme to wiong the cilisens uf Bellevue and eircum eut an .existing order of the Court The fol lowing is the substance or main poinU of the deoision made by the Court, all the Judges concurring: Hartlrv, C J., held. The complainants in this case claim to have made contracts with the Mud River and Lake Eri- Rail Road Com pany, which that company is ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 April 1853

Gems. An Ideal. As ft specimen of mcloily 'n "poetry trn can offer none better than the following from (he pen of one of our young and gifted American poets, R. II. Stoddard : A soft Ideal long beloved, But long beloved in vain, In memory's gallery hangs alone, The picture of Wiy bieiul It is not young nor beahtiful, But worn with grief snd rsre, Like her who washed the feet of Christ, And wiped them with her hair. II I oh! the SwerttieSS of the fsce, The sadness of the eye! It haunts my soul by day and night, And will until I diet Eloquence. Hamilton, in the capacity of Secretary of the 'Treasurv. that "he smote the rock of the na tional resources, and the abundant stream of tevenue gushed forth. lie touched the dead 'corpse of the public credit, and it sprang up on its feet." ryWhat can be more pathetically beatt tiful than the following extract from the speech of Senator Soule, in the California Sen ate? A bill was btforo the Senate anthoriz ins women to act as agents and traders...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 April 1853

Kim's 1 J.'.,U CHERRY PECTORAL1 ror the rapid Car af CQIGGS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, BKoxcnm$,vnooriNG-coicii, CKOIP, ASTflMA, AND CONSUMPTION. Many runts cf t.ial, instead 01 impairing Ih public confidence in this medicine, h. won for il an appreciation and notoriety by far exceeding lb limn! sanguine exp.ctat.ons of n Ir i t litis. Noth ing but H tiitn lime virtue and the uninistakxbl. Benefit cuulcried oil thousands of sufferers, could originute and maintain the repul iitinti it eujo. While many lull rior rtinedie. thruat upon lh com in unit y, h.v. failed and been ilisocred, tlua hat giiinee friend, hy evely trial, conferred belli' ftta upon the alluded thy can never forget, and pro duced cure, ou tidinerous end ioo remaikuble to be forirotten. ,. While i fraud on the pob ic to pretend that anyone medicine will infallibly cure atill there ie ahundnut proof tlwT the Chi.nht I'k torai. doea not only 0 a (funeral tiling, but alumni invariably Cure the malrdie. for winch it ta employed. ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 April 1853

FREMONT JOURNAL: I. W. BOOTH, Editor and Publisher. Th Jnoaiui., lepubliehed every Saturday morn pt Office In Hiickland'a Brlek Building third atoryi Fremont, Sandnaky county, Ohio. TERMS. 'ingle cope, par year, In advance, $1 30 PmA Biihlti the Tear. 3 00 Town aubecriherewillbeohargBd fl 75. The dif fa-nceinthetermebetween the price on papere deli reredi ntown andthoae tent by mail, ieocca si ned bythaexpenaeofoarrylng. HowToSror a P inn. Firataee that yonhave paid foril nptothetime ton wiah Ittoetopi notify the Poet Masterof yoor deal re, and aek him to no tfr the pabliaher, under hia frank, (ai h la author gj to do) of your wiah to diaoontinue. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 3n-.quar 13! !- first Inaerlion $05" Do aach additlonalinaertion 2j Do Three month 9 0 Do Six month 3 8JJ 1) Out taar,... 5 0" fwoaauareeSix montha 6 00 Do One year 10 0ft Hairoolnmn One year 18 00 One column Ona year 30 00 Dnatnc0S Directory. FREM0XT JOURNAL JOB PRIMTLtfl OFFICE! w..-. nnar nrenereil to execute to or...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 April 1853

The Late Vice President. The death of Mr. King makes vacancy in the Vice Prcnidency which rouit remain un- filled until the next Presidential election. tiuorge Clinton, Klbridge Gerry,, aud Daniel T. Tompkins, all died while in tho same office. ,Slr. King tberufore , the fourth Vice Presi '''rl"' hus? death the nation has boon called to mourn. So far ns the operation of the gov f rnmont is concerned, the removal of the Vice IVesldent I leS felt limn that of any other sf tut functionary. Whila the executive chair filled lhe duty of the second officer under ii.. nnM ii. ii i..n i. ni . iimtffd miiiiro i.e. lijf mrnply to preside in the Senate, ltd has ' nr relations to the executive which devolve . . .. . . . . f fetipctnsihililv of any kind tlpon him. He is N crmsiiUed upon m.M-nres of policy, it is i snalier "nf chnrti RV. or a ronmhment In hi .1. .r ,.f lha iwhinul ...uiiii. I nii.l il ' personal Phunvctes rind not because it id de- I manded by hi, ' .ilncial' s.a.iorf. When Vnsiti...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 April 1853

California Items. Tht learner Crescent Cily loft Aspinwall tin the evening of (lift l'2lh, nnd nrrived in Now York on Friday. Tlio Panama pnpers are fill ed with news of horrible murder and diabol ical robberies. Aside from thcae chronicles of human depravity, there is nothing peculiar ly interesting. A young lady 20 years of fige, named Sc tiorlta Asparilla, has been admitted into the aiaterhood of nuns of Panama. The ceremo ny took place on the 3d, and wns conducted with much rnliious pomp. The lndy makes the fourth new in the nunnery, and as the oth er three are far advanced in ngp, It Is proba ble that ere long, Senorita Asparilla will be the sola survivor and representative of the great body of nuns who once occupied many extensive buildings in Panama. There is a proposition in tha columns of the Pannma Star, to remedy the scarcity of wa ler in that citv by bonnet an Artesiau well in Ihe cathedral. The water obtained from most of the wells, (which are about 40 feet deep,) is br...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 April 1853

8- .KtKA'S VkU Jus r"if ii-TfcliiiMi- ' nnTriffiriTfi- CHERRY PECTORAL1 Far tk rapid Cur s)f COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, bronchitis, irnoopiNc-cotcH, CROUP, ASTHMA, AND CONSUMPTION. Many years of trial, instead of impairing Ilia rmhlir confidence in Ihia medicine, hae won for it an appreciation and notoriety by far exceeding lh most aangnilie expectations of ilafrirnda. iNnth lug hot its intrinsic virtnes and ihe unitiiMnkible benefit conferred on thousand of snfferens could originate and mainiain the reputntion it eujma. While many inferior remedies thrust upon the ruminanity, have failed and been discered, Ihii hat g ainee friends by evetv trial, conferred benefits upon ilia afflicted Ihev can ne vur forget, and pro dueed curee oo ndmeroua and ioo rcmatkabla tu be forgotten. While ia a frsod on Ilia pnb'ie to pretend that any una medicine will infallibly cure still there ia abundant proof that Ihe Chmiht Pkctukai. does not only ns a general thing, hut almost inva riably core the ma...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 May 1853

FREMONT JOURNAL: I.W. BOOTH, Editor and Publisher. The JnoRRAi, iapublinhed every Saturday morn lit Office In Buckland'a Brick Building third toryi Fremont, Sandusky county, Ohio. TERMS. 9nrle copy, per year, in advance. $1 50 Taid within the year, 2 00 Town iubicriberiwillbeehereed f 1 75. The d if ferencein Ihetermsbetween the price on papers deli rered in town and those tent by mail, Isocca- lei jned by theexpense ofcarrying. How to Stop a rrEK. Fireteeathalyonhave paid fnrltnptolhetime vou wish It to atop; notify the Post Masterof your doaire, and ask him to no tfy the publisher, nnder hia frank, (aa ha is author fed to do) of yonr wish to discontinue. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Onuijuare 13! ines fi rat Insertion $050 Do eaoh additionaliuaertion 25 Do Three month 2 0" Do Six months 3 f,0 Do One year S 00 rwosqnaresSix months. 6 00 Do One year 10 00 I lelfcolnmn One year 18 00 One column One year 30 00 J3it8tnc03 Dircctoru. FREMONT JOURNAL JOB PItlJITIJfO OFFICE) Wears now prepared t...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 May 1853

No. 6] AN ACT. To regulate the election, eoutet of election, end the resignation of Justice of the Peace. ' tla 1 lit. it mumrUA by th fltnfral Ath temhly oftht Slat of OAio.Thnt whenever Bny new township Bhaii oe atti on, me twiii Common Pleas of the proper county shall d termine on suiWDie nnraoer ui v.. i. rr mcli tnwnaliin. end the dar election, and the Clerk of the Court shall transmit cony of the proceed ings thereof to the trustee of the me, who shall immediate ly give notice t the electors in the manner pointed out in the second section of this act, w elect Hid Justice o determined on; and should there be no trustees of snid township, said clerk shall give notice of such election by causing advertisements to bo et up in three public places in said township not less thnn ton nor more than fifteen days previous to the f lection, designating the time and place of holding such election. 8ec 2. That whenever a vacancy is abost (o happen, or shall actually happen, in the of fice o...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 May 1853

Agricultural. THE SONG OF LABOR. Drive tho plow, tha shuttle throw, Wield tho woodmnn's axo, Delve and dig the earth below Exertion nu'erri'lrtx. The tree was made fur man to fell, The mine for hirrt to sink, Ifis task to clear the wooded dell, And dam fha rim a brink, Brothers cornel let's reap the corn, And Btack it high and dry ; We'll gather ripe and luscious fruit, Beneath the autumn sky : From every field, nnd every dale, Let so'inds of lahor rise: 'Twill make us mvy, nnblt hale, And all life's blossings prize. J.et drones, who dream away tho hotir, Of dull, insipid case, Do as they will our lahor pow't. Shall always rise o'er these. Then quick 1 beat out tho molten bar And make the anvil ring We'er happier than tho drono by far, And lahor as we sing. oi " Pruning Fruit Trees. Tho following method of pruning trees, we daim ns original, and know by experience, that it is more convenient in practice than any other, where the trees have been previously properly attended to, so th...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 7 May 1853

toancil m aforesaid to lay pipe and light any trect or street', and shnll refuse or neglect for ail tnonlhs after being notified by authori ty of such city counoil to lny such pipes and light said streets, then and in tbat wet such city council mny lny pipe and creel Qas Woiks for the supply of eaia streets, and all other treets which nre not already lighted, and the Hid Ons Compnnh a, Ons Liojit and Coke Companies, shall thereafter b forever preclu ded from using or occupying any of the ttrects not already furnished with gm pipes of such companies and such cily council nuiy have the right to open nny street for the purpose of conveying gas as nforesnid. Seo. 32. That a negh-ct to furnish gns to the citizens or other consume s of ens or to any city by such compnnii s in c nCiruiity to the preceding section of this net, and in accor dance with the pricc9 (ixed and established by ordinance of such city council from time to time shall forfeit all rights of such compnny under the charte...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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