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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 27 May 1870

THE JOURNAL. "WELL THAT SHE DIED." "It was a little Rirl iwo-and-a-half years old a bright, pretty little thing." So a friued informed us the other dav, as tve paused to see a little cotlln' carried down the steps of a i unosite side of the Kir-oof. mid nut in a hearse, waicu o f..- purriacres. waited by the curbstone. ., vIt is- well enough that she died, lie remarked. We asked why, and if he knew the family? Then he told us all about it. '"She was a sweet little thing," he said, "and not a bit bad, like ome children. In fact a child of that ago can't be bad kLowingly. How any one especially the parents could. so much as speak a harsh word to the child, I can't conceive; but the truth is, the poor little thing was actually abused by the father and mother. Thev are respectable- peo ple, good neighbors, and all that, but they had a stern way of dealing with that child that looked like downright cruelty of heart. I hare midlly re monstrated with them myself, but they said they did not...

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. — 3 June 1870

tie FREKONT WEEKLY JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY, BY A. II- DALSLEY. Cc'tosfo: 11-2:1 i:iW:i aide Qicttj TERMS OF TTIS JOffEJCAJ.: ai year, ia , fur month, : - " " TlTM months, - - - i,"e IVSRT TAWKTT OF JOB FEINTING NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. JOHN ft. LEMMON. -trnrf mnd Cotmtrlkr f .. CLYDE. OHIO. ritvm bit Oalii at Fremont,? Tharwiay uf weak, rrvmpi.wenuwinfivaaw". fataiM. J. L. C.REK'K, Sk. . . . w ATroRNKT AND COCSSELLOB ATLAW. wilt .turnd u Iwl hu.me- m Bdu kf and .a.iominioounu.,Uoc,oornttKom,p- h BCKLANB. H.aVaSSIT. JAf. H. FOWtKB ' B CCKLAN D, EVKBKTT FOWLER. VTTORVEV8 COUNSELLORS AT LAW, and Solicitor in Chancery; will attend U pro roual buu- in Banduskyaodadimmnffooun lil. Oot,u MT. BucVlaod'. KeW Block J. It LYTLE. TTOllN'LY AT LAW. will attend to prot- .looai uine in oanuuj -"J u-"w . Ofcw, with li- W. WimIo Xylol . Block. illfcHONT, OHIO. 1 D. H. BRINKERHOFF, M-D MYSICIAS t SUROEOA', OFFICE IN BUCbXAND'B OLD BCK on front tt. Kesidenc. on Crotfhan btiw...

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. — 3 June 1870

THE JOURNAL. A. K. BAXSLEY, Editor. "FJriKivtorsr'r. ohio. FRIDAY, June 3, IS70. The Demdcuatk- State Conven tion, met at Columbus ou tlie 1st iast., and nominated Win. Hcisley of Cleveland for Secretary of State, U. A. Harrison, of London, for Su preine Judge, John II. llwitoii, of St Clttirsvillc, for Comptroller of the Treasury, and Win. Spencer, of Lick ing County, for Hoard of Pulilk Works., , . The Michigan Ilailroad Law has l.een declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court This will prove a death blow to many of the railroad corporations which had been organ ized under that law. It is saidjiow evcr, that an extra session of the Legislature will be called, at which the Governor will submit an amend ment to constitution making the bonds issued under the law valid. It appears that there will be strong opposition to the re-nomination of Hon. John A. Bingham in the 16th District, it having been previously understood that he would not, under any circumstances, be a candidate aga...

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. — 3 June 1870

THE JOURNAjL. ritEMOHT SANDUSKY CO., CHIO FRIDAY, .U N K ::. Is"'- TOWN 1 llOUXTV .Uatters. T. Howell 4 to , - AilvortininK A:eiits . 40 Park Row, N w Yoik tars.'fe T. Rnwcll Co.. are Aifeatrfiir iE Fremont Journal l Oi iai influential anil lariri-M circulsAiiiR F-Mrapiprn in ihe li'utli-'l Slatea anil I'amulHH TlHf r t koriaed t i;iursriior us at our lowest Readables. I'lwries arc livie, aud palabtViIe. t or a good meal, call cm Millious. l or a good cipir, call ou Walborn . Tobacco, cigurs and pipes at Purvis & Co. lppelman ia soiling piles of sewing ma chine. Yiffiin is talking of bving out grounds for a ueur park. A mad dog was killed in Toledo on Wed notiday. Muzzle your canines. The lightning train between Bucyrus and Chicago makes 4.5 miles per hour. llowdies at Elmore, broke in the windows of a drug store in that place on the night of the 21i. We call attention to DeBing's remedies ad rertised in another column headed flOO re'rard." C. A. Hunk and Brother have fitted up ...

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. — 3 June 1870

THE JOURNAL. LATEST FROM THE FENIANS. They Have Crossed The Border. A BATTLE EXPECTED. v- -v -',r or, Tha feniaa exoite leaders taeut nero conm.u - the de- proicss to nave uii"-"" - . . rt , Syg the re;xrts 5f the men, , ana sjxj.i"s 1 1"t Little at Franklin is cliaractemed as a t to dAw tie attention of the Canadian Irora other twin"1- . Oeu. Glaain telefrrnpus mm T atortoKn, y. .11 right. Man moving forward. ' We expect fipht." The at'ernoon tram from w 1 ork on tha Hudson Kiver lloud is Baid to have carried fourteen hundred men under Col. Mcilahon, an ex-Comederate olfioer, while Col. Gainer intends to leave to-niht with one thousand more. The Fenians say there are 7,000 men at ilulone, and are preparing to move in a westerly direction. Circa, May 2'j. Advices from Borne say there is great excitement regarding tho Feni ans, and 1,800 are es-pectcd there to-day tor the north. A special from Borne toys 300 Fenians 1110 expected there to night, to shirt north m tho morning. . St. Al...

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. — 10 June 1870

FflEISQNT WEEKLY JOURNAL rciiLisnxo evert FRrn.vv, HY A. H. BALSLEY. Kit Qaartsnj TERMS OK THE JOVRXAL: Am rear, in drn3c, - - rcuths -TVe moiitlis, - $4,00 1,00 KV8RT VARtSTT OF JOB PRINTING NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. business Directory. JOHN M. LMMON. CLYDE, OHIO. W be in hi Oui" at Kreniout. on Thursday web weak. Trwinin alien! iud given t all legal bftwhlft. I. t.. GSKKKK, Sit- VTroKNST AM) COUNSELLOR AT WW, w.ll attend tu l.vd Busiue. m ndus ki and ljoiMiCountim.Oui()e,;ornerUeom,p- iir,TleT, block, f itEMONT, O. B r BVCKLAND. H. KVEUETT. JAS. H. FOWLER BUGKLAXD, EVERETT & FOWLER, 4 TTORNEYS COUNSELLORS AT LAW, V ami e.ii-iU'rs in Chancery: will Attend to pro- f .ienal buun6Mi ia t.nnaii:Y am anjoiiuiix r coun- liiiii.iimnJ .tory, llucklanu i.tw llock J. 11. LYTLK. ATTOBHEY AT LAW. wi 11 attenuto profes sional bu.ineat. in Sandusky and ailjacenteoua tie. Office, with H.W.Wraalo Tyler's Block. fltmiOKT. OHIO. 1 ' ZZXlZllG tux. D. H. BRINKERHOFF, M.D MYS1CIAS SURQ&ON, O STI...

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. — 10 June 1870

THE JOURNAL. A. H. flALELET, Editor. tfimMOKr-r. ohio. t'ttKUY,.... ..June 10, 1S70. Tek Englishmen epturel ly tlio Spanish brigands have been relcneJ. H0E4CKGKEEmS Vg Ul and doubts of his recovery are enter tained. : Ukited States Mabshal Jonah U. Hoover, died at Washington on the Cth Inst., aged 43 years. WniTTEMOUE of South Carolina, tho Cadetship x?Ilar, has been re turned to CongTess bv about 8,000 majority. TnE health of Chief Justice Cuhsc is said to be failing so rapidly as to render his retirement from the bench probable. The Horse, Fair the Races and Ba9e Ball are too much for us, and we go to press at n earlier hour than usual so that the boys may see part of the "fun." The Democratic State platform will be found in another column. The crowded condition of our col umns precludes us from referring to it more at length at this time. . England is suffering from a Jr'eni aa panic as great as that which dis turbedthe Canadians. Arms have beea 6e'zcd in various localities, supp...

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. — 10 June 1870

FREMONT SANDUSKY CO.. OHIO FRIDAY, JUNE I'), 1S.0. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. co. P. RowcII&Co, Al vnr tie in Agents N j. 40 Park Row, Nw York Miwn.C" P. Howell Co.. art AgenUfer Jhe remont Journal Mpaperrt in thy Umtvd blatea and Canada T are .lathoruwd t onntractfor n at ourlowest Readables. Those dop. Sheep are being fleeced. It rained just a few on Tuesday. "Can a black man have wuit welling i" is a question being discussed in some medical tchools. Fishormou swear at their luck now-a-dnys. Broadax slivered the old trees, on Tuesday night. ' ' ' Judge Fit.:U, of Toledo, was in the city on Mouduv. Thompson & Co. have been rcjuvcuatiug their store. BeUofoutuiue is paving her sidewalks with Berea flagging. Lightning rods have been placed on the public School building. The people of Tiflin are beiug gladdened by Menagerie, Magicians etc. XVe are indebted to Hon E. F. Dickinson tin public documents. Judge Stone is presiding in the court of Common Fleas, this week. Hcllman is clo...

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. — 10 June 1870

THE JOURNAL. The Enchanted Mountain. la one of Iho northeastern coun ties of Georgia is a natural curiosi ty, called, from Indian tradition, the the Enchanted Mountain. The mountain is not large, and there is nothing remarkable about it until vou get on the tojs when human tracks, or impressions in the solid rock, which appear to be hu man tracks, are seen. How these almost human tracks came to be imj pressed on the rock of this moun tain is one of the mysteries of this mvslerious land of ours. There, were great many traditions among the Indians in regard to this moun tain, but none of theia are satisfac tory, and it lirobab'.y never will 'oe known jtrho it was that left the tracks upon the summit of the Enchanted Mountain- One of the Indian tradi tions is curious, for it shows that they had a vague idea of Is'oah's flood before the advent of the white man. The story has liccn handed down among the aborigines that it was the landing-place of the great canoe, after the deluge, and 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. — 17 June 1870

FREiiO H T WEEKLY JOURNAL - rUFLISUED every rxsiD.vr, UY A. H- BALSl-iEY. fco'naife; I'.ifrtijjd kfoA mads Qa2r!sit . m m TKK.MS OF THE JOPRXAL: Tear, i advance, - F-.M S. mou(iis, ----- l,W Thru months, KVERT VARIKTT OT JOB lIlITTIJNa NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. LSQAL. JOHN M . LEMMON. A'tin'l ixt t'unrucHa nt Lute. r- CLYUK.OHIO. Will Ik in li:s Otiicc at Kroiuoot.an Thurwluy ul each Wi'ek. Prompt attemion given ta aU legal fcames. ' .3. L. GKEKJfK, Skk. ATTORXEY AND COUNSEL-LOB AT LAW, will attend to LxX humngM in ndm Vjr and adjoiniui? comities, Otheciorner ftoom.up tairs, Tyler's lUo-k. iiEMONT, O. . P. EtJCtLAK. H. KVEEETT. JAB. K. FOWLBB BtTCKLAXD, EVERETT FOWLER, '! 1 TTORXEYS COUNSELLORS AT LAW, ;l ,d Solicitors in Chancery; -will attend to pro- J usjionai basins in rjanuusky and adjoining coun- t ies Othoe .second st nry, Buckland's New Block J. R. LYTLE. ATTORNEY AT LAW. will attend to profes sional business in Sanuusky anil aUjaoent i-ouu. tie. Omoe, wit...

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. — 17 June 1870

THE JOURNAL. """"a. H.BALSLEY, Editor. FH13AY,......Junc 17, 1870. '. It is said that the Cinciuuati Commercial has fallen off in its in scription List fullv one-half, loo much Doxn PurrMr. Commercial. Bucyrus Forum. And an amazing site too much Murftt People arc surfeited. It is announced by the Columbus Journal that Gen. I. R. Sherwood, will be a candidate for re-nomination for the oflicc of Secretary of Stnte. 2io doubt the honor of a rc-noniina-tion will be accorded. The General has filled the ollice with marked abilitv. The returns from the Oregon elec tion shows Republican gaius, with the probability of a Republican Legislature. At the former State election the Democratic candidate for governor, was elected by a ma jority of 1,200. Now he has only a majority of 400 to console him. Forest Crrt vs Forest Citv. On Monday and Tuesday last, the For. est Citys of Cleveland, and the Forest City's of Rockford, 111., played two games, on the grounds of the former. On Monday the Clevela...

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. — 17 June 1870

TmCJOURNA. FREMONT BANDCTSKT CO., OHIO FRIDAY, JUXE 17, 1870. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. r Ueo. P. Ro rcll k Co , A d vorl i s i n Adonis N . 40 Park Row, Nw York. Hjri.G).P. Howell k Co., mrc Agentrfor JHE JREMOMT jJoURNAL and the most iutiucutia and largest circulating Nw4;tpera in the United States and Canada Ttiay are mtnoriscd ta contract for usatourlosreet rioaa. 47 yl Readables. It r&iued Whitesurttkle. Uo and see Macallister. Ouly six "shows" this week. Coming Spring chickens. Not attended The races. Refreshing The rains last week. For good Soda go to Teter A Hcrus. Fiudlny in to hare a bathing house. Worse The show on Saturday night Burglars have been busy in Perryshurg. Frank Burrough and Billy Emerson made the neatest trot. The Presbyteriau church spire is nearly completed. Macallister took a hoop skirt from a man' hat at Crestline. The running race on .Saturday was a gallop, aud neither horse was up to time. Mr. Toungnun hat built a rery neat dwel ling house on Arch ar...

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. — 17 June 1870

THE JOURNAL. The Fruits of Intelligent Industry. A correspondent of the Jfoiac Farmer thus sCttiis of the way Uc constructed a farm out of tiie poorest kind of materials, ami Low lieilid it: "Thirty years ago I came in ioS session of shout sixtv-iive acres ot rocky, cold, clayey land. About nixtceu acred of this land n dS in mowing, about thirty in pasture, ami the remainder was in wood. lth small menus, but strong hands and a willing heart, I went to work to see if I could get a subsistence from so unpromising a patch of earth. The result has been that I have livnt. and if I "l:lv0 not grown rich. I have nt least proved to iuy own satisfatioii. that farm ing is an honest paying business when properly and intelligently con ducted. In the lirst place I feneed off about five acres of my pasture land, which I fcrokc up and sowed with grain and grass seed; I took lTbut one crop, viz: that of grain; the next year breaking up another piece of my pasture, I allowed my cattle to run upon 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. — 24 June 1870

FAE'SIONT WEEKLY JOURNAL . ... -PUBLISHED EVBRT FiUDAT. ! BY A. H- DALHLEY. TERMS OF THE JOtTBXAL: . . . ti.oo One year, in advance, - 100 hm months, - '-g Three months, - BVRV TARIKTT OF JOB 1JIUNT1NG ni;atly and quickly done. Business Directory. JOHN M. LEMMON. Attorney end Cotmtelter at Law. . . . ' CLYDE, OHIO. Will be in hi. Office at Fremout.on Thursday of each week. Prompt attention given to all 'f " business. J. L. GREENE, Sen. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR ATT-AW, w.ll attend to 1-egal Business in Sandus ky and adjoimtu counties, Olhoe,corurl.oom,,ip Tyler's Bl-k. 0. B.P.BBCKLASD. H. BVEMTT. JAS. H. FOWLKB BUCKLAXD, EVERETT & tun ur.iv, . ,,T-crTTfT)fl AT 1AW. . V and 80 uors m "-J - ------- f eMlnai buin in oanuu, -"J ;S i. J. K. LYTLE. ATTORNEY AT LAW. will attend to profes ional busmee in banduskyandadjacentcoun Uea Oft-, wth W. Winslo Trier'. Block. I'RKSIONT, OHIO. 1 D. H. BRINKERHOFF, M.D PHYSICIAN SUKGEOX, O' FFICK IN BUCKLAXD'8 OLD BLOCK, sn Front St. Residence on Cro...

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. — 24 June 1870

THE JOURNAL. A. H.BA.LSLEY, Editor. fwaMON'T. OHIO. t'RAY...:.-Jane 2. 1870. - A Tippr-BLICAN Senator from Ore gon, will result from the recent elec tloa there. Omo Democrats by resolution comlcmu the income tax, while the Representatives of Demociaey in Congress vote against its reduction. This exhibits the usual consistency betwecn the words ami the acts of the party.. . Bi a recent fire in California at a cocoonery, over 250,000 silk worms were destroyed. In a large Uuilding adjoining 300,000 worms were stored but the liuilding was fortunately, saved. The establishment belonged to Capt, Ilaynie, a pioneer in the ellk business of the golden State. A TERRIBLE hbe broke out at As pinwall, on the morning of the 5th. It originated in theAspinwall Hotel and rapidly spread to stores, hotels and dwellings. The supply of water was ecanty, and the loss of property great About eleven lives are known to Lave been lost, and it is thought that further investigation will in crease the number. T...

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. — 24 June 1870

fjl!,". MH;i THK JOURNAL. FREMONT SAND0SKT CO., OHIO FRIDAY, JUN'F. 21, 17. TOWKAXD COUXTY MATTERS. too. P. Roirell k Co , Advoi'l.isinn Agents N j. 40 Park Row, Hw York Msasrs.Geo.P. Kowrl) Co., irFArrnUloi lemont Journal i ii'l be ml Influential andlarirest circulating JJwpipsin in tb United States and Caoadaa Tttrfr mr authorised t o cunt rect for n s atoorlnwest '- 47 yl Readables. Ilnyin liu couiuieuccd. Harvest time approacheth. The lit! le f"l V drew a big house. The shower on Monday ru refrwshinj;. Genoa has a Hook & Ladder Company, aud a Union Band. The corner "tone of the neir church, at Gc roa, m laid on the lath inst. ..' Work hat lieen commenced on the inside of the new church. The now church at Lindsey is rapidly uear Mig completion. Somebody said, that soiiiIhhU- nat manitd' It "ain't" true. Macallister had a manic unit made at Crane A Wykee. JIacalU'tor bewitched our people-, again on Monday night. Don't forget the excursion to the Inlands on Tuesday next. Some 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. — 24 June 1870

THE JOURNAL. THE THROES OF SCIENCE. lit I. BUT HAUTZ Or CalirOBKLl. 1. . . '' I resit) at Table Mountain and my nam i Truth- tdJum; . . 1 am not up to small defceit nor any sinful Sam"; ' And I'U tull in iiliple language what I know f about the row ' , Thai broke -Bp our society upon the Stanislaus. Bat flxs. I would remark that it w no a proper plan i'or any scientific gent to whale hi. fcUw man; . Aad if a member don't afc-ree with hi. peculiar To uAofat .am member lor to "rut. bead" , on him. Nothing could be fln or more beautiiul W sea, ThAn the h"t si months proceedings of that ame society; T'll Brown of Calaverna brought a lot of fossil boaea, That be found within the tunnel near the tene ment of Jones, . Then Brown ,Tcad a paper and be reconstructed there Vrom these same bone, an animal, that was eX' trtmely rare; And Jonea then asked the chair fur a suepensiou of the rules. Till he could prove that these same bones were one of his lost mule. Then Brown be smiled a bitter smi...

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. — 1 July 1870

FftEKONT WEEKLY .JOURNAL 1 PUBLISHED EVERY FKIDAV. BY A. II. BALSLEY. Cs ioi iivsrtisinjjid Jcb Wark mdde Qrarftilj TEIiMS OF THE JOURNAL: n... -....r in n. lvalue. - $2,00 Six months - 1 lui Three mouths, CVEKT VARIKTT OF JOB PRINTING NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. LEGAL. JOHN M. LEMMON. Attorney and Counsrllerai Law. CLYDE, OHIO. Will be in his Othcc at Fremont.ou Thursday of each week. PromptattentiongiTtntoallltyHl business. ' J. L. ORKKNK, Sku. TrOKNEY AND COUNSELLOR ATLAW, will atvend to Legal BtuineM m "nd" : kf and adjoining ooanties.Oflioe.cornerBoom.up- i.Uir, TyteiH Block, FHEMONT, 0. U P. BTJCKXA.XD. H. EVEEETT. JAS. H. FOWLEB BUCKLAND, EVEEETT & FOWLER, i i TT0ENET8 COrNSELLORS AT LAW, ' A na solicitors in Chancery; will attend to pro fessions' business in Sandusky and adjoining coun tim othce, second story, Buckland'aNew Block ., tKkJiOM. J. R. LYTLE. ATTORNEY AT LAW. will attend to profes sional business in bacduaky and adjacent coun ties. OMoe, with...

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. — 1 July 1870

THE JOURNAL. A, H.BALSLEY, Editor. - S'jAiiAiOIT'r. OHIO. FRIDAY,.-. July 1, 1870. CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. To the L'nion RtmilKan Voters of the Xinlh Congressional District of OAt'o.- ' Your Biennial Convention for the nomination of candidate for Congress will be held t Monroeville, Wednesday Afnat 8d, 180. at 11 O'cloek a.. M . Thebaaia of representation will be one dele gate for every one hundred Tote cut for Governor Hayaa in 1889, and one addition! delegate for any fraction of fifty votes and over. The eonntiea ooopoaing tba dutriot will be enti tled to vote in the convention as follows: Hence , So; Ottawa, "; Erie, 23; Sauduaky, 22; Huron, Si' Crawford, 16. The undarsigned committee recommends that the mevtinfre in tlie several counties for the (election oi delegate be held on Saturday, July 30th, ls70. W. C. Limkbt, Crawford Co., Jons T. Hum. Renew Co., 1). H. Pease, Huron Co., J. B. Lbckit, Ottawa Co., A. V. Hxkdkx, Erie Co., A. H. Baiaut, Bandusay ., republican Cent'l Com....

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. — 1 July 1870

iTHK JOURNAL. raEMONT SAKDUSKY CO., OHIO 'FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1S70. -fOWKlXU COUXTY HATTERS. P. Rowdl A Co , Advertising Agents Mo. 40 Park kow.jmw ion Mr.Geo.P. Rowell Co., are Agentrfor REMONT JOURNAL and the most influential ntl largest circulating N-wpLrra in the United States and Canada Thar are authorised to contract for n e atourlowest rice. 4yl . M Readables. Mercury went up in a balloon, last Saturday. Ureeu beaus and young beets are getting jlcnty. New potatoes have made their, appearance in market. A Good Templars Lodge has been organised at Liudsey. Don't forget the circus, tho gyasticutus and the unicorn. The old chap who oft is happy, was glorious on Saturday. Major Geo. Williams has gone into the sew ing machine business. Tort Clinton proposes to clebrate the 4th in tlie old-iasnioueu oj . Our thanks arc due Hon. E. F. Dickenson, for FuMic documents. Numerous cases of Sunstroke are reported during the recent hot weather. Napoleon is agitating the question of intro ducing ...

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