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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 22 April 1870

THE JOURNAL. BASE BALL SONG. AIR—The Old Oaken Bucket" Row dear t0 y,, j,eart i th gren-coTrd Where good riya.1 captains their men place, ' Thr pitcher, th cutler, th right fi.id aa the left field. The good men, the true ien, who guard well cch base ! Tlie short stop liTely, the centre field handy, Th bU and the atriker who aims to send bii! llut dearer than all to the beam of good fielder, I. the leather-clad bare ball we catch on the fiy. The jolly old base ball, tho weU-covored base tell, The leaticr-clad bate ball we catch on the fly. ONLY A CALICO DRESS. BY MARY W. STANLEY GIBSON. '"Now i!o be reasonable, -lane. What if it is Vat a little thing? I tell you, iu these days of heavy taxes aud was debts, and all the rest oi it, si man wants all the money he can rake and sernue. and can't afi'ord to spend a cent on anything; that can le got along without. So I guess vou must eet alona without your calico dress, Jane, till times arc a lit tle better' The young wife turned and look ed...

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. — 29 April 1870

r a .O. fre:;ont weekly journal ' Ft SUSSES CFtll ITInAT. - :A. H- BAIJSLISY. : CiJ:t.; S; iteiixng aai Jab V,'i.t mils Quriaij TET.3I3 OF TIES JOCT.XAL: FH Tdw, ia advaooo, ... fc?,OU at months, ..... i.oj lam months, - ... - 0 XVXHY YAMKTT OF JOB PRINTING RIATLT AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. IiBOAI.. JOHN M. LEMMON. AUmrnty and Cuurtteilei at l-air. CLYDE, OHIO. Will bt ia his Oflice at fremont.on Thurauay of each nek, Frampt aution giveu to ail lofe-al bviAjtM. i L. fi KKN L', Sex. a TTOHXKY AD COCXoi-LLvK AT LAW, wiU attend to Lifrftl BusiUi-ti in baudus ay and ft'tfoiaitttf oounUcUthovorncrliwuiu.up Mwn, 1 yier'a Hiock, FiiF.JIOXT, O. . T. BUCtiAJi'D. li. UVEIIETT. JJ.S. U. rOVXEB BCCKLAVD.EVEKETT FOWLF.E, ATTORNEYS COCXc'LLLOItS AT LAW, and bohcitora in Chancery; will attend to pre teasional btuaneea in Sandusky and u'Jj:uiiug coun ties. Om, second story, Buckland's New Biook , . . FfcLilONI. , . j' i . J. K. LYTLE, ? i i V 'i'TTOnxiYAT LAW! will attend tu profet si jn...

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. — 29 April 1870

THE JOURNAL. A. H. BA.LSLEY, Editor. FREMONT. OHIO. FRIDAY,.'.. -..APRIL 23, 1870. A Tereidlf. CArsALtr oocuirci at Richmond, on Wednesday. Parttcn lars in another column. A.l&'fhe anticipated raid of the Fenians on Sunday next. In said to hp.ve been postponed until the 4th of July. Heavt freshets inundated tbe towns of Hastings and Carnliellford, Ciinado, !at week. Dainoc very great . Asotheh Bailey hits come to light, in the person of Ex-Collector Spear, of Kansas. His deficits arc said to amount to $1(50,000. lion. Erasmus 1). Peck, took his ecat m the House of Representntives on Saturday, as successor of the late Mr. Hone, from the Tenth District Ekulakd is likelv to have more trouble with the Fouiuaa. At 3Iau- chester and New Castle arms belong ing to them have been wised by the government. ." ' The Steamer Cleopatra, is bclicv ed to have been destroyed by fire at She is overdue, and a steamer eca. 'enpposed to bo her wa-s seen on fire on the 20th. inst The "constitutional ...

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. — 29 April 1870

;hjourl. jraTMOKTSAITDDgKY CO., OHIO tttYSAXD-Cci.m Matters. 1. j. 11 I JL-L-i . j : Keo. P. Kowell & C , Adrerliaing Agoats II). Pack Row.Kw York. ttosra.Ow.r. r.wrii a Co., r Htfr JHB JRBMONT jloURJSAL, til , wt isflaanrial and lrrat cirrjalatinj bay are aukorteAila vaatraeiter at atoorlowest fM. 7yl Readables. - Xat Mm urw three cent atnmtw. Tax payers shonljl read the Treasurer's uo f cc It intimately cr nrerne tliom. The Fitvmen's State Co- Nation trill be held at Crestline, on the ISth or Slay. Bamrmber tiie Social at" the Presbyterian ckareti parlors on Tuesday night next. Go to Thompson Coi's for bargaina. Sec tboir drrti semen, t , -. ii Thajieaoh and cherry trocs are in I 'loom tad give promise of an Abundant crop. There were oliipped from Genoa, during the laonta of Kerch 1.620,000 pound of white lime. v ' Ttitsa A Yannjr era nrwnino- mif a rnimilt'tfl stock of Drug, School Books, ic. Uive them neaiL John Oicrry, a resident of Huron County aim 1821, died at Fairfield ...

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. — 29 April 1870

THE JOURNAL. THE DEMOCRATIC ABSQUATULATION. The most unwarrantable and dis graceful proceeding in the Ohio Leg-J Islature for years, was the attempt or tne Democratic members of the Senate, on the night of the 10th April, to defeat action on Exccu . tire nominations by sudden with drawal iu a body, whereby the re quisite quorum was broken up. The act was the niore Aggravated from the fact that the Republicans had a clear majority in that body, and the ability of the apsquatula tors thus to interrupt business was accidental, being caused by the ab sence of one Republican member. . Not to appear too severe in our strictures, we here give a Demo cratic report of the afl'air. After de tailing the defeat, by a tie vote, of t he Governor's nominations for man agers of Soldiers' Orphans' Homes, and the arrival about 3 A. 51. of Sen ator Gatco, whereby the Republi cans secured a majority of one. the. statesman says: At 3:20 A. M. on Sunday, the (the Democratic members) all mad a rush tor th...

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. — 6 May 1870

FRrarr weekly journal BY A. II- I3AI.SLEY. TfiUMS OF TE2 JCCT.XAL: fw, ic advaaoe, - tionvas, Tftrsa naiiths, - J,00 ITIRT VaKIETT OF .JOB lRIKTIIsG NIATLY AND QUICKLY DONI. Business Directory. Ii3G. JOHN SVl . LtMMCN. Alitwtvy find Vuv.nsUitr al Luv. CLli; OillO. "I IT fci U la hU Oxti- a: fur.aoat . -.'.a Thutviar W rrvUiptt".ca,4&iiivu iu tail jr J. L 1 K, m:' VlToBXtY l!iU CvJCSStLi-Ol! AX LAV, will ,ux to I.l jiui.vrt in bauflui- ky and iuiuiiii; cjun.-a, ta.,jJ- Uww.ui- a'aire, 'iTWr' Liuck, p. T. CCEAAN1. B. LTtr-ETT. JiS. H. ... BCCJvLAXU, EVtEJU 1' r 0: i-'O.ViU;:, VTioiixEYs cvc:;?i:i-Lo:;3 at latt, aad euucuota 11. (J.!:-.ry. i-.ti.i loprc lautaaai iiun.-n.-w eA!.,ci-i;y aaiiiniii- coun ties 0te,eaJ .n.r-, iMiCkiaUU S-n.W lilouk ; J. K. LYTLli " , rroHXLY AT LAW. illtt.-&.l l proi tie. j:soe, with H. W. Wiom Block. iliuiioxr, omo 1 D. H. BfllNKEiAHOF r, M D .. iTFlCB IX BVCJiLAi.yS Oi.li iiLUCKi i Sua trout st. ItusiuL-uce on Cn'uau fttret-i, eooiid house west ol ...

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. — 6 May 1870

THE JOURNAL. A. H. BALSLBY, Editor. JrS MONT. OHIO. RID1Y ..3I1Y 6,.lS;o. n,v tl,.,,,!, ,r, If.wi. K. 1 I Dkliueoii. for iu1-ii- document. Tns Raid on Canada didn t come off as itrojectcd, yet tiie -!,,,UUCK : lCal" anJ "-cnisio. ; Ncmfkoc 3 arrests liavc been m:u!e ! in Paris of persons implicated In t!c j plot acaiubt the lift; "f the jlinpeivr j Napoleon. ! ' , ......... T!. . . 1 I . 1 . 1 ' : INTiiiMiA-- ' ucr anaiiu i (rial still goes on. siitd may l.' ir! through villi, perhaps, by next fail "o telling. Good News. The" glorious v..-k or cxUngaisLicgthe public debt still goe3 OD, and $11.60J,OO0 have Won paid during the month of April. Ox the id the-IIou- ofl'epivse-i-tatives passed the biil allowing Miss Lincoln $3,000 ver annum. It is a tardy act of justice, and it is to be hoped the Senate will concur with out unnecessary delav. The three dailies of the Kight centh District advocate the rc-uini-nation of Congressman I'psoii. ile lias proven tho right man in the rij;ht place...

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. — 6 May 1870

rKEMCNT SAKEUHK7 CO., ClilO FRIDAY, MAY ';. rows Ax Coimv Hitters. UfO. V. Ron f 11 & to , A d vo r t . i f i ti ir A i-outs Hj. 40 Park Row, Nw York. Messrs. Geo T Rowel I & C')., are Aentst'or ar.d Uie wast inlluenthtl and laret-t circulating Nvr1"" iQ L"ii.Ui Stat.is and Cuna.la They are aithorixrd to contract tor s at our lowest rift. "! Readables. The street t-jiriuklers arc on duty. Alny day ldrtics nre iu eider. iv.irdcii sass is not "uiuiicrou.,n y. M;iny of our stores Imve put up thuir avvu- Cliiuiuey sweeps have bec-u living' "bout tOTl'B. Scramlie'.d hair is tiic latest aduniuicut lor tbe head. Hunt and K:u:nian are closin? out their stock ntcot. Coal is now delivered on the c.irs at Tifiln for H-Tti per ton. Our Fublic Fiirk would look l'tter if jiro vided with a new fgiicc. Croquet is lu season, ami crtjijuet parties i numerous. Twelve marriage licenses were issued by the .rebate Jude, during the mouth of April. A flag 6tone pavement is lieing laid iu front of C...

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. — 6 May 1870

THE JOURNAL. BORROWED PLUMES. Passing through a street in the upper part of the city with a friend the other tJay-, ehe pointed to a row of brown Btone front houses, saying A woman resides along; here some where who makes a handsome livinjr by renting out dresses for partie. receptions and other entertainments. k.i we continued onr walk she wont ontoeav: 'One of the upper stories .if hpr hnnsc is a vast wardrobe. where all sorts of cannents were ar-1 ranped on frames or hung on the walls. Women go there, select the dtess tber want, try it on, have the trimmings changed, if they wish, or ulcerations made, by taking in here, le;ting out there, and the dress sent home in a tnodi 'st cVbox, or conveyed away in a carringo, to be returned when the occasion for which it was borrowed is passed. These dresses nre handsome, are stylishly made up, and of expensive material. !i)d when fresh and new rent for high prices. It is not uncommon for a woman wishins an expensive toilet ti choose the ma...

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. — 13 May 1870

E. :FR:,ia;iT weekly journal miiiit""ll)"' BY A. H- JiAL.SL.UY. if It:;j3. far .T2H.VSQF TE3 OwRSAi.: W rear, m advaace, Sinuis, - " " 'i seut.li, - l,UO irSRT V4RIKTV OF JOB rRIISTTING NKATLY AND QUiCKLY DONE. Business Directory. JOHN M. LEM KOSJ. AUrn) and CvunselUr vl CLYDE, OiliO. Will to iii tut OS. at Fi-.oiJ.it.nn Thursday "f Mti m. Prompt i..nun given ft ail lb-ai ImUuw. J L liiiKK.Vi:. bM. AXrO"N-Y iVD ..' JL.N'jELLuli AT LAW . w.U to i.--Vl lu.ines W fc'ilua- Iry and adj.iniii!raj-.i.-, oih-;, wui i:Mu,up sssws, Tv.rs li.o-"c, iliION f, U. B. . waUSJ. K. fcVF.UHTT. JA-. a. lOWUiK BtCKLAND, EVERETT Jt I OWLER, ATTOESEYS COUXSLLLOKS AT LAW, and solicitors in Chancery; will attend to pro .taasionai business in BAimu- .u-i tuijoiuinr cuun t.a. Oriis, syooiia story, buckland'siiew B.odc J. R. LYTLE. T rOEXTY AT LAW. villi; lend to profei si fi.tl t'UMQMH in hun jusky aii.l .idj.u-i nt oo;iu . Orbue, n 11. W. Win.vo l,n-r ' bloat. i ui-iiovr, ouio. i D H. BAINKERHOFr, M- D 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. — 13 May 1870

THE JOURNAL. A. li.BALbLEV, iudltof. RiiJCvS ONT, OHIO. FDtDAY, m ISjQ. Bv The jiews in auuther coiuina it will be seen that the Plol.iscitum snbiDittcl to France U its emperor lias been carried by a great majority and the Emperor has thus obtained a rewjmitioa of the 2Ca.xliouie Dy nabiy, by the French people, and bc- cure.l tiie throne to bis successors, The greatest object of h'u .'uubitkia !in rt last been aliamea. now ions that people will reiuaia true to any deuatv is. Isowevcr, uncertain, unless it is attended with great mar tia! pomp and military splendor. T:'E long dreary proccrs of iuves ligation iu the McFarlaud tri.-d has ended with his acnuiital. The ver dict of '-Not Guiliy" as returned l-v im-v occasions no sm orise as it has ' long been a settled opinion that such would Le the final result. The jury did not state the specific ground on which the return was made out it is well understood that it was in sanity, at the moment of the murder. Thus ends another drama of je...

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. — 13 May 1870

THE JOURNAL., FRrMOHTBANEFSKY CO., CEIO Friday, May fi, s:o. rOWSiXD C'JDTV .HATTEUS. tV. P. Ilowtll & to , AdTertising Agents No. 40 faris Row, Nw Yoik. , itjssrs.Gso.r. Rowell & Co., ars Agettsfor 'remont Journal tsd sbs mot iuniientisl and largest circulating JCffw,partu. in tl'e L"ni Ntnt-HS mid i-'imauas Thar ax authorised tocumrmcUor us at our lowest . 4Tyl Readables. Strawberries promise finely. The TiSln Advertiser has entered it tv, eutv- kicth year. Ever since April left us, we hsro bud nu cbundunce of April showers. Emigration fever is incrensiug and dciiart nres for Colorado Tery numerous. Oberlin has had its ini".n a ouilrnjc "in vention, and now 1ms a Woman's Siiiliae Ab. jciation. Fosters, proraninies, cards, circulars, and every other description of job work executed neatly at this office. Gen. Gibson, as we learn from the Tifiin papers, in preparing another lecture, which lie will deliver shortly. Hugging set to music is the latest name for waltzing, and par...

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. — 13 May 1870

THE JOURNAL. Mark Twain on "Smells," la a recent issue of the Independ ent, the Rev. De Witt lulmaue, of Brooklni, Las the following utu-r- I Lave a good christian friend wiio if he eat in the front ew in the church, an 1 a -vorkinir man should eater the door at tbo other end, i would smell Liai instantly.. My , friend is not to blame ior me sen sitiveness of Lis nose, auy more than you Truuld flog a pointer for beins keener ou the scent thau a s:upid watch-dy. The fact is. if you had all the churches free. ! reason of the mixing up of the com mon people with the uncommon. you would keep one-half of Christendom sick at their . stomaeh. If you are going to kill the church "with l ad stuKs, I will have nothing to do with this work of evangelization. We have reason to believe that there t?;I: be laboring nieu in heaven: and also n number of negroe. 8inu Esquimaux, and Terra del Fueirans. and Arabs, and a few Indians, aud possibly even some Spaniards and rortuguese. All things sire .oss...

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. — 20 May 1870

FREHCIIT WEEKLY JOURNAL pieiimiDitviiairaioAT. MY A. II- BALSLEY. Cj Is'its lor ttwsztizl Jib Sri nde Qnr'jrj TZEMi OF THE tVe jmt. m s4vae, - 3ac BlOlitiia. Tlf mantiia, 9.00 kVERT VAFJKTY OF JOB PRINTING NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. JOHN M. LEMMON. AttTruty and Comixeiierel Lam. CLYDE, OHIO. TTiH W in liia 0!2c at Framont.onTr-.araday of J wieuwavk. trwaptaivauutm given toali lg rta.;na. ' 4 'irOUN-LY AND COUSSEUUBATUT, w U atuin.l to Ia-tJ Business m bonuiis-ivaailiuu-.i-oouuUc.,OBj,-ornorKuwui,u11- B.r.BUCKLA.V. H.hVtftZTT. SAS. H. TOWW.B BirCKLAXU.EVEKE-r'r & FOWLElf, TTOKXtVS COVSSLLLORS AT LAW, V u.i .u'.ch.jib iu Caaneery: will attend w pio-ff-Tioi-ul b.-iuci m Samln.-ky ,.nd acboicmirouun tie's uu.ee, aeoond t'.rv. Dip khuid'a Sew Block FBEMONT. J. R. LYTLE. AT.TTViXEY AT LAW. will attend to urofet. si jmsI bu-in in buiduaky and adjaa-nt coun ties. OU'K, nth H. W. WmsiO Tyler a Block. 1EEMONT, OHIO. 1 illS s c. a.. D. H. BKllERHOiFF, M-D PIirSiClAX fc SU...

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. — 20 May 1870

THE JOURNAL. A. II.BAL9i.13Y, Editor. rRKMONT, omo. i'EIDlY,.. MAY 20, 18T0. A mot horrible account of a find iuli outrage, aul th subsequent hanpng of the villains, at Foil .ccott. Kansas, -will found in another voiuniuJ Such crhacs make honest men shudder, Imt spwdy pun ishment occasions rejoicing that jus tice so soon overtook the villains. Thi: reconstruction conumiUee have apwil to rejioit a hill re-ad-milting the state of (.Georgia ou lenns lreeicly like those applied to Vir ginia, Mississippi and Texas, with the addition that the four states named are allowed to organize, ami and call into service 'their restive militia forces. The question of Lay Delegation, mi long agitating the. Methodist Kpiscopal church, Iirs finally been settled iu the affirmative by the vote of the East Matu Conterenee, on Saturday last. , With only the Mis sion Owifereiicc in Germany to Lear from, the ministerial vote .stands: In favor, A,00fi; against 1,631.' Ax avail.U'.lk plea in murder cases insan...

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. — 20 May 1870

THig JOURNAL. FFXMONT SANDUSKY CO., OHIO FRIDAY, MAY :!, 17- rOWS. 1X11 COIMY AlAHEUS. P. Kove.1 k Co., A ilvortiping Agents N j. 40 Park Row, Nw York. U.srs.Oou T. Howell Co., are Agentsfur JjHE jREMONT jJoURNAL nnd -li-' mo-t influential and largest circulating .iw.'viihMii in mi I'n ed State and Canada Ther ire lulliui ired to contract for u l our lowest r.w. 4;vl ' ' ' Readables. Citii j.lautm is finished. Fine soda water at Pwiglit's. Mniiiell lms trym' '.o.l a loanl of iia'io. Horp thieves rue numerous iu Hancock County. Swrnlvertiseiiwut of Select School by Mian KtU Smith. llot-a luive raising havoc with nhoep iilxnit Finiliay. Luidim.f "advertises groceries at reduced li icci Call and see him. The wool market is expected tc oiMm at from 1') t) oO cents jer puuud. Dr. II. F. BoswoKh ha removed his rcid-vuct- to the comer oi arch snd market Ktreetn. Long dresse ara again coming into style. Ladies with Urge feet arc expected to take tho hint. Tie Treasurer is relieving people o...

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. — 20 May 1870

THE JOURNAL. [Concluded from the first page.] eick fibcd liine weeks. But the nioet unaccountable thing about it was that the bovs in the boat htui a good time all day, and then ivached home alive and well in the most surprising manner. Jacob Buvens said there was nothing like these things in the books, lie was per fectly dumfounded. When he got well ho was a little discouraged, but he resolved to keep on trying anyhow. He knew that so far his experiences wouldn't do to go in a book, but he hadn't yet reached the allotted term of life for rood little bovs, and he hoped to be able to make a record vet if he could hold on till his time wns fully up. If everything else failed, lie had his dvintr speech to fall back on. He examined his authorities and found that it was now time for him to co to bea as a cabin boy. He called on a ship captain and made his application, and when the cap tain asked for his recommendations he proudly drew ut a tract ami nnint.xl to the words: "To Jacob from ...

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. — 27 May 1870

FREKONT VEEKLY JOURNAL : TUELISHED EVERY FRIDAY, BY A. II. BALSLEY. Cj k llratisiind JcbVTa insic Qmrterj TERMS OP THE JUTK5AL: ror, in aiT&mco, -y rc Mouths, -TKrte months, - $2,00 1,W KVIRT TARIKTT 0! JOB PRINTING NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. "itsaAi.. "JOHN M. LEMMON. Atttrney and Counselor at Ltv. CLYDE, OHIO, -iff it! be in his Onice at I'remont.on Thursday of each week, PremptattentiongiTeatoalllegal Kmumm. " J. L. GREENE, Skn. 4 TTOHNKT AND COVJNSKLLOE AT LAW , A w.U attend to Leal Business in fcaauus ky and adjoiwn counties, Omce.corneriisum.up- .lairs, Tyler s block, fUEMONT, O. K P BBCKLAXD. H. EVEEETI. JAS. H. FOWLSB I.CCKLAXD, EVERETT FOWLER, ArrouxEYS counsellors at law. nd 6ohciu.ni in Chancery; will attend to pro f.i.nal biuiness.n fcandiiskv and l""" tie.. ofioe,iarBgl41ewBlock - J. K. LYTLE. ATTORNEY AT LAW. will attend to profea uonal business in Sandusky and adjacent cow lie. Oth', with H. W. W inslo Tyler". Block. 1BEM0NT, OHIO. 1 D. H. BRINKE...

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. — 27 May 1870

THE JOURNAL. A. II. BALSLBT, Editor. " PKKMONT, OEIXO. rK!S)V MAY 27. ISTO. ror I -tun.:. lid Kivt-r news, eoo co' a:n:s. Tlie Obio State Fair wiU take plat e at priugCclJ, on September 12tb, IStL. lilh and Hth. Twenty-five thouanJ dollars ia premiums are offerei. Tbe State Board of Agri culture is now organized as follows: Jamc W. Roes. Perrv6bunr, Wood guilty, President; J. Park Alexan der. Treasurer; J. II. Klippart, Cur rfcpsnding Secretary. Improvement. The Lake Shore Railroad Company, ever awake to all improvements tbat conduce to the comfort and convenience of its cus tomer?, are introducing a new patent heater into their passenger cars. The beater is an arrangement of gas pipes extending entireh- around the car and under each seat, and which are supplied with hot water, thus keeping the car nt a uniform tem perature. The beater is being plac ed ia cars as fast as possible, and another winter the cars on this popu lar route will all be supplied with then. The Medina Gazette. ...

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. — 27 May 1870

THE JOURNAL. FREMONT SAKD08KT CO., CHIO FRIDAY, MAY 37," 1870. rOTVX AXD OOOTV alATTERS. tint. V. Rowell & Co , Ad-rei'tiin Agent i 40 Park How,Kw York. M.jare.Gs.r. HU Co.. are Agentiifor JKE jREMONT jl OURNAL ml ktt Hi irHumUhI and Urgest tirouUUng Xewipipn. the United State and Csnauas Tbai Are authorises ts osntraolfor sa at ear lowest rim. "Tl Readables. Bellevue is troubled with rowdies. Another saloon Is to be openoti shortly. Business ws liroly In town on Saturday. Some of our citizens are pining for a circus. More business should be dono at tha Mayor's court. Dr. A. F. Trice has put out two very hand some signs. They have come For particulars read our local notices. Mansfield is "going for" Water Works. She will get them. Trees of every kind have suffered from . the worm pestilence. There was the usual amount of disturbance on Sunday last. The Evangelical Church, at Bettsville, has had a general revival of religion. Court commenced on Monday, with Hon. ( has. E. Pennewe...

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