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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 5 August 1870

THE JOURNAL. THE LITTLE PET. BY JULIA M. THAYER. I'm jost a wee bit lassie, with lassie's winsome yF ,- i Ami worth my wei?l:t in solid gold, 1 n " Johnny says. Mr curly little noddle hold. a thimblolul 01 lease; . M Notarise as much as Solomoa-s-but lus w 1 know that plum, are .w-t, that "no", m, love," mean, yet; That when I'm biff, m ny prc-tiy Sunday dress. . Andlcaneouot-'leven, , nine, five-and eay my ABC. No bavic you any taffy, dear, that yoa ( ou!d gh to me! I'm Bridget's "Torment of her life, that makes her brain run wild," And mama'. "Darling LitUe f," and graa'ma's Blessed Chad;" : -And Uncle Johnny'. ''Toivh me not." and par'. '0 yptiau Queen;" I make tuek stand about, you sec; thai o.utt be what they niRan. Tor opening hard, oil stony hoarls, I hav two And ona is, O, I thank yon, sir; the other', If yon piea&c; And if these do not answer, I know, anotb.tr trick; I squeeze two mighty tear drops out that melts "cm pretty quick, t I'm sweet ss any lilly bod, and sweet...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 12 August 1870

FaEXCNr . WEEKLY JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVEKT FEIbAT, BY A. H. BALSLEY. . G;'h::;cs j Eci iinrixM isd Job Wii aide IJsrftr! TEEMS Of THE JOTTBNAL: oe year, in advance, - i months, - - 1,00 tare months, - 60 tnT YARIITT OF JOB IPKINTIlQ NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. JOHN M. LEMHOM. Attorney and ComtUr at Lam. CLYDE, OHIO. ' TTTDl be in his Office at Fremont, oa Thursday of y f each week, rrompt attention gives, to aUiegal ttuufteM. J. L. OREEN E. Sin. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, will attend to Legal Business in Sandus ky and dioimugeouitie,Offlee,aornerRoa,up- staira, Tyler's block, FRRX0NT.O. . P. BTTCILAKD. H. KTEXIIT. JAS. H. F 0WLE1 BUCKXAXD, EVERETT & FOWLER, . urns vi-vs COUNSELLORS AT LAW. " nd Solicitor in Chanqery; will attend to pro fessional business in Banoussv ana aajoinmg coun ties. Office, second story, Bucklahd'sNew Block FRE210NT. J. R. LYTLE. TT0RNEY AT LAW. wil attend to profes- jional business in sanausxynnoecjaoent coun tiea. Othoe, with H. W. W...

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. — 12 August 1870

THE JOURNAL. A. H.BAL3LEY, Editor. PRBMONT, OHIO. FRIDAY, Au'cst 1J, IS70. CONGRESSIONAL TICKET. rcr Congresa CHARLES TOSTEH. STATE TICKET. For Secretory of State, ISAAC E. SHERWOOD, of Williams Co. For Judge of Supreme Court, GEO. VT. McILVAINE, of Tuscarawas Co. For Comptroller of the Treusury, W. T. WILSON, of Portage Co. Board of Fublio Works, PHILIP P- HERZTN'O, of Auglaize Co. Republican County Convention. The Kspublican of the various Townships ot Sandusky Oounty, ml the Wudi of the City of Fremont, we requested to assemble at thuir usnal plas, oa Saturday August 13th, 1S70, and choose delegate to attend the County Convention to be held at the Court House, in Fremont, on Saturday-, August 20th, 1870, at two o'clock p. r, to place in nomination candi date! for Bscorder, County Commissioner and in firmary Director. The baaia of representation will be one delegate to "T twenty-five votea oast for Governor Hayes last fall, and one delegate for every fraction of thirteen erar. The...

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. — 12 August 1870

THE JOURNAL. FREMONT SANDUSKY CO., OEIO FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1870. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. Ue9. P. Eaweli&C, Advertising Agents . N . 40 Park Row, Hw Xor. Measrs.Oeo.P. Rowell Co., ateAgentsfor The Fremont Journal tad tba saoet influential and largest circulating Wowspapers in the United States aad Canadas '.:he an authorised to contra et for a a atonrlowest READABLES. , Two runaway oocurred on Sunday last. Mrs. General Sherwood s at Qreen Spring. Hash money Uie price of the family cradle. A hand-to-mouth existence thai of a dent ist Gen L R, Sherwood was in the city on Fri day. In Findlay, the sidewalks are need as milk- iuff yards. The K easier House barn has been ordered to the front. - Horse thieves are troubling farmers in W ood ooautyi ". :' ! Mr. L. HeUmsji and wife, left for New York on Monday. The First National Bank Building has been sodergoing repairs. Commencement Exercises of Oberlin col bige were held last week. Broadax is to lecture on temperance at Iindsay next Mo...

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. — 12 August 1870

THE JOURNAL. Anna Cora Mowatt The diiratch.es from London, Saturday momrflff. announced the death of Anna Cora Mowatt Kichie, ' the authoress and actress. She was bom in France, but of American par entage, and was the teoth of seventeen chil dren of a New York merchant, named Ogden. Her early childhood wa passed in Bordeaux, in the private theatre of which she frequently performed in the juvenile dramas with which her brothers and sisters were aocustomed to amuse themselves. Returning to Is ew "i ork, she, at the age of 14, attracted the attention of James Mowatt, then a lawyer in that city, .ndmadeqmte. romanbc runaway match with him, before she old Pur ine the first two years of her married life she rt'ijiirentlv prosecutea ner sxutues, ana pro ducted two poem "Pelayo," an epic in live canto, and th9 "Itaviewers Reviewed," a satire directed against the critics of the former poem. Hot health, in time, becoming impaired, she visited Europe with a view to its recovery and while in Fa...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 19 August 1870

FfiEMDST WEEKLY JOURNAL FCBUSHXD XVZRT FEIDAY, BY A. H. BALSLEY. WktiiitoliTsrtxtf jad Jib Ufart made QuarUr!f TES OF THE JOUBSAL: nwj-esx, is aace, -fismonths, -Ts ree months, - 1,00 60 JVIKT VAKMTT OF JOB PRINTING NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. tZQAL. JOHN f". LEMMON. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. CLYDE, OHIO. Will be in his Office at Fremont, on Thursday of Heh. Promptsttstition yiTea ut allleffal bilu. T- J. L. GREENE, 6m. , ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, will atwnd to Legal Bmnw in bandns ky and adjoimnecoantiw.Ofllos.oornerBooiii.up- stiurs, Tyler's blck, FliEilONT.O. . P. BTJOrUKC. H. IVKKBTT. JaS. X. rOWLBB BXJCKLAJTD, EVXEETT FOWLER, ATTORNEYS COUNSELLORS AT LAW, and bona tor. in Chanry-. will attend to pro fessional bunnMi in hnduiKT and adjoinm ouua- ti. o,n.!nd',1,'w Blook " J. 11. LYTLE. ATrORNEY AT LAW. will attend to profes sional easiness in Sanduakyand adjacent oooa tua. Oiboe. wita tt. W. Wmaio Tyiar's Block. FREMONT, OHIO. - 1 ' , . J. B.BAETLETT,...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 19 August 1870

THE JOURNAL. . H.BALSLEYj Editor. rREMONT, OHIO. " FRIDAY, icinist 19, I8T0. CONGRESSIONAL TICKET. For Congress.-CHARLES FOSTER. For Congress.-CHARLES FOSTER. STATE TICKET. For Secretary of State, ISAAC E. SHERWOOD, of Williams Co. For Judge of Supreme Court, GEO. "W. McTLVAEVE, of Tuscarawas Co. For Comptroller of the Treasury, W. T. WILSON, of Portage Co. Board of Public Work, PHILIP p. HEEZTNG, of Auglaize Co. KtHKMBtR Saturday. tlie Convention on Read the Washington Letter, will be found interesting. It Ok the outside of this weeks pa per will be found a translation of the articles relating to the Infallibility dogma. Tm 'Wooster Jiepablioan has been Bold to McCluro fe Sanborn, both able men. "We wish them ample success. Ts Pope has evidently "soured" on the formerly favorite son of the church, Napoleon, and the dispatch es indicate that he is in an infallible : good humor over the French revers es. ' Hos. E. F. Dickinson was renomi nated bv the Democracy, as their candidate for...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 19 August 1870

THE JOURNAL. FIREMONTSAXTDUSKT CO., OHIO FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1870. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. , so. P. Eowell&Co, Advertising Ag&nts No. 40 Parte Row. H Tork. Messrs. Gen S. Rowell Co., ereAgenUfor 7 'he Fremont Journal N.3DPr. Baited States and Unuu yjiathorieedtooontTwetforasatourloweet rue- READABLES. Where is that hand-organ Pieoe makers Seamstresses. Girl loafers Female bakers, A dead language Obituaries. Frout street has been patched. A match game Inoendlarism. Frost in six weeks. So they say. Preferred stock-That which is best Port Clinton U improving its streets. The modem song of tore Cupid-ity. Florida is hard at work picking cotton. The saloon business is good on Sundays. The days are getting perceptibly shorter. The crop of sun flowers is unusually large. Tomatoes are abundant. So are other toes. A hard diet Making a bolt for your dinner. The spring chickens, this year, are a tough A good farm for Sale. Bee adTertisement. it. ' "Scissors to grind" has been in the ci...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 19 August 1870

THE JOURNAL. [Continued from First Page.] and on this rock I will build my nharch,"tliese things which are said are borne out of the results, since in tko Apostolic See the Cath olic religion has always been kept immaculate, and the sacred doctrine spread abroad. Wishing, tlie-efore, to depart a little as possible from his faith and doctrine, we hope to merit being in the unity of commu rioa which the Apostolic See preach es, in which is the itnbiokcn and real soliditv of the Christum reli gion. (15) With the approbation of the Second Council of Lyons, the Greeks have declared that the sacred no.man Church lias the sovereign and complete primacy and pre-eminence over the Catholic Church Uni versa! pre-eminence which she tru ly and humbly acknowledges having received in the person of the blessed Peter, the head orchief of the Apos tles, of whom the Roman Pontiff is the successor: And, inasmuch as he is bound more than others to de fend the truth of the faith, when any questions or la...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 26 August 1870

FREMONT WEEKLY JOURNAL rCELISEED EVXRT FRIDAY, BY A. II- PALS LEY. UWMi u lot liTj:ti:in j i3 h Work auie QcrtEj TERMS OF THE JOTJBNAL: n year, in advance, ... 12,09 5 I months, -.".. lime mouths, - - - - 1,00 0 KVIRT VARIITT JOB PRINTING NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. L2QAL. JOHN f.1. LEMMON. AUrnry and Counitlltr ot Law. CLYDE, OHIO. IU be in his Office at Fremont.on Thursday of each week, p rottpt attention rin to amt?al business. J. L. GREENE, Six. ATTOBN ET AND CO CK s ' ' will attnd to Leiral BMineu to J1" I j nH,.arnttEgl,Ut- A J Hll 1 1115 VJ l... wtl-, 1 ataira IVlr. KiV)r. JUEMOiTT.O. v RrTCVT.lKD. H. rTEBBTT. JAi. H. FOWtBl . BUCKLAND, EVERETT AFOWLEB, . ttubvfTS COtrNSELLOES AT LAW, .-a jjouriiora in Chiinoery; will attend to pro iea othoe.seoond story. Buokland sJiew Block - J. R. LYTLE. AirOEXET AT LAW. wul attend to profe atonal buiiin in Sandusky and edjeowitooun tie. Omoe, with H. W. Wumo Tyler1 Block. FBEMONT, OHIO. ...... 1 D. H-BRINKERHOFF, M.D . - ...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 26 August 1870

THE JOURNAL. A. H.BALSLEY, Editor. FKEM8NT, OHIO. FRIDAY, iuust 25, 1870, CONGRESSIONAL TICKET. For Congress CHARLE3 FOSTER. STATE TICKET. For Secretary of State, ISAAC E. SHEEWOOD, of Williams Co. For Judge of Supreme Court, GEO. W. SIoILVAEVE, of Tuscarawas Co. For Comptroller of the Treasury, W. T. WILSON, of rortage Co. For Mambar of the Board of Public Works, PHILIP P. EEKZING, of Auglaize Co. For Manibor of State Board of Equalization, THEODORE WILLIAMS, of Huron Co. .COUXTY TICKET. For Confufiaaioner, Ji. P. BIEDSEYE, York Township. For Recorder, CATT. J- B. EEEEY, Washington Towuship. For Surveyor, BEilAK AilSDEX, Fremont. For Infirmary Director, I. M. ALLEN, Eiley. The President has issued a pro clamation Training all persons againBt the commission of any act which -would be a violation of neu trality. Peoj. James Monroe, of Oberlin, was, on Wednesday, nominated for Congress by the Republicans of the 14th District William B. McClart has been nominated by the Republicans, in...

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. — 26 August 1870

THE JOURNAL. FBEMONTSAKDCSKTCO., OHIO. FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1870. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. Geo. P. ttowell Co., Advertising Agents Nj. 40 Prk Row, Kw York M..srs.Geo.P. Rowell Co., are Agentcfor Jhe remont Journal id tha most influential end largest circulating tfevpaper ia the Uuited States and Canadaa The;' are authorised tooontracll'or uaatourloweet rtcait. 7yl READABLES. Fosstoria has a population of 1,734. Nipuleon is alter a paper-mill, and the Prus siaai are after the atiU-a-treun. Nt a good culinary article the chssss-pot. The Pruauans regard them as a rile invention. T ie membership of the Methodist Church at Karoleoa ha increased 103 in tie part two years. fifty thousand dollars worth of property wa destroyed by fire in Dubuque, on the 17th. New Hampshire it moving west, having leu population now than in 1860, by 6,142. Nancy is very much of a coquette, She flirted with Napoleon, and then yielded to Prince William. TandaU, owned ia this place, took the tiOO purse si the Bvria...

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. — 26 August 1870

THE JOURNAL. ITEMS. A time server Tkc town cloefc. Quite often the most steadfast friend is a revolver. In Missouri they indulge in "con ditional marriages." "Horp notes" The greenbacks Bonner paid for Dexter. Fall Eiver claims to have 37,171 more spindles than Lowell. Not very cheering to the French Napoleon's Rhine w(h)ine. It is estimated that the Frenchman la New York City number 19,000. The game law protecting prairie chickens in . Indiana expired the 15th. New York rou The on excursion victims over- steamers, drive t i their Doaru. The Concert Hall at Macon. Geor gia, has been closed up because it didn't pay. Nye is at the Branch. Tiiat is as Nye as he has got to being Minister to England. The product of pins in Connec ticut is estimated to be 10,717,000, 000 annually. Shipments of private freight have been stopped on a good many Prus sian railroads. Morgan county, Illinois, contains a population of 28,522, a gain of 6, 101 since 1860. A vein of coal was struck near Terre Haut...

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. — 2 September 1870

FaEKOST WEEKLY JOURNAL "PUBLISHED EVERT TBLDAT, BY A II. BALSLEY. Ca'kto hi Air-Slug d Job Wak malt Qarierlj TERMS OF THE JOTJBJfAL: Pt n roar, in advance. - " f 2,00 $ix months, - " Three months, " 1,00 60 XVIBT VARIJ5TT 07 JOB PRINTING NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. ... iQAi; JOHN Nl. LEMMON. Attorney and Vouiueller at La. CLYDE, OHIO. TIT ill be in hit Office at Fremont,on Thursday of each week. FromptttentiongiveBteeUigal business. ' ' BIBAX W. HmfBLOW. JOSEPH B. BAETLETT. "WES'SLOW & BAETLETT, - TTORNEY8 AT LAW, White's Block, corner A. rf Front and Croghan streets. Prompt atten tion given to the collection of claim ana all busi ness pertaining to the general law practice. Fremont, Auput IS, 1S70. J L. GREENE, San. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, will attend to Legal Business in Sandus ky and adjoining oountiea.Oflioe.iornarBoom.up ataira, Tyler1! Block, X. T. BCCILAKD. K. KVERETT. JAS. H. TOWXaB BUCKXAXD, EVEBETT & FOWLER, ATTOHXEY8 COUNSELLORS AT LAW, an...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 2 September 1870

THE JOURNAL, A. U.BALSLEY, Editor. FREMONT, OHIO., Filiy.11, September 2, 1S1Q. CONGRESSIONAL TICKET. CONGRESSIONAL TICKET. For Congress--CHARLES FOSTER. STATE TICKET. For Secretary of State, ISAAC B. 6HEKWOOR.ofWm.,u.sCo. Fur Judge of Supreme Court, CEO. V. McIXYAlXE. ForCo.ptHeroftheTreaU.y, W T WH.SOX.of Portage fa For Member of the Bord of Public Work, PHILIP P- HEKZIXO, of Auglaize Co. For Member of Shte Board of riualization, THEODORE WILLIAMS, of Hurou Co. COUNTY TICKET. For Commissioner, N. P. B1BDSEYE, York Township. For Recorder, JOS1AH WOLF, Washington Tuwuship. For Surveyor, BEMAN AMSDEX, Fremont. For Infirmary Director, WILLIAM KEAKICK, Sandusky Township. The Democracy opened the cam i.ni.m at fWnmbiis. on the niiht of i - ' the 2oth. Senator Thurwan pre sided, and Alexander Pel mar, the great 'figure-head" statieian, ex pounded to an audience of forty It was a brilliant opening- IxfallTbiuty. At present, oui space is too much oecupiixL to per mit our continuing the coa...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 2 September 1870

THE JOURNAL. FREMONT CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1S70. TOWS WD CGUXTY MATTERS. ! 4 UorpTRowell k Co , Advertisin Agents N 3. 0 Park Row. Nw York M ..sra.Gro.P. Kowell k Co.. are Agenttfor JREMONT jl OURNAL and tho laist influential and largest circulating Newspiprs ia the United States and Canada T bey are autaorised tooostractf or as atourlowest rioea. F A. I 33. or TH SANDUSKY COUNTY AI.RIIIXTI HAL 80CIETT, October 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th, 1870. Competioa Open to All. READABLES. l'ainesviiie lias 3,733 inhabitants. Fiudiay 3,316. BeUerua has 1,219. BaUrille hu 1,737. Green Creek Township 3.6G6. York Township hag 2,0G. Townsend Township ha 1,291. Xapoleon has a population of 2,047. Bowling Groeu languisheth for a Erailroad. The census of Henry County developes a population of 14,023. Th paper mill at Lima is receiving its machinery, and will soon be in operation. The Repotitory and Republican of Canton, j is bow published daily. The new brisk building of S. H. Smith & Co., at...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 2 September 1870

THE JOURNAL. [From the New York Independent.] THE TRUE FAITH [Inscribed to one who shows it by his Works.] ST WILLIAM H. BURLEIGH. I deem hie faith the bent Who uaily puU. it into loving deeds ac-ni.- f'jf the poor, the sorrowing, the oppressed- Fjr these are mom than creed. Ail, though overblinded reason oft mar v, The heart that loves is faith's interpreter. The schoolman's suMle ttiU Wearies itwclt with vain philosophies That loavs the world to Pr in darkne. .1.11, Happnr, from ,0 u But .how m,i?ht Dwell, in and i made jortul by the light . 0c hmr.d tntstrrfrhed to man In fc-;pfuine-s, lh0 otiier duis to k1. And tiiusupheU be walks through time' brief span In w.iy that J esus trod: Taught by his spirit and sust-ained and lcil, T'ual liiv, like His, bjr love is perfected. Such fu.uk, lurb lore aa thine! Creeds may be false at bent, misunderstood:. Bat whoso roa Is the autograph divine Of gooinoM doing gool Need never err therein; come life, come death. It 'ojsxm Hie the Christ of ...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 9 September 1870

FA!!Q"T WEEKLY JOURNAL BY A. II- IjALSLEY. --".hi , , mm m .-terms of tue jovkxal: One vc :r, in advance, - - $1X t.lOUtiiS, - - " larva month, 62,00 1,00 60 KVBKT ItAHlKTT OF JOB FEINTING NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE-- .Business Directory. vJOHr. rM LEMMON. Aitomry and Lonnsellerat Lai. CLYDE, OHIO. , '! Will be in his Office at Fremont. on Thursday of each week. Prompt a ttut km given Vc alllt-l business. ' ' HIE AH W. WIWSLOW. , JOSEPH K. BAMTLXtt. ' JVTXSLO W. & BAKTLETT, 4 TTORNEY8-AT LAW. White . Block, corner A. of Front and Croghan aueet. Prompt atten liuo given to the eolleoiu. ol cbuma and U boa nM pertaining to the general Uw practice. . Fremont, August 14. ! ' J U HfthENK, - - ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, will Wer to Legal Business ra Banilas ky and idj miutounue,OdioextMrK.imip stairs. Tyler Block, ' FUEHOXT.O. S-JVl&'OSIiAiD. H. ETEBKTT. JAB. H. FO 1KB BUCKX AXD, EVERETT & FOWLEK, TTORNEY8 It COUNSELLORS AT LAW, , and bolicittira in Cnanoery; will attend to p...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 9 September 1870

THE JOURNAL. Ai U.EALEUSY, Editor. PitHMONT, OHIO. FaiD.V, September 9, 1810. CONGRESSIONAL TICKET For Congress,-CHARLES FOSTER STATE TICKET. For Secretary of State, ISAAC R. SHERWOOD, of Williams Co. For Judco of Supreme Court, GEO W. MclLVAINE, of Tuscarawas Co. For Comptroller of the Treasury, W. T. WILSOIs of Portage Co. r or Mcinborof the Board of Public Works, FHILIP P. HKEZrNG, of Auglairo Co. t or Member of State Hoard of Kqualizatiou, THEOOOUE WILLIAMS, of Huron Co. COUNTY TICKET. For Commissioner, K. r. BI&DSEYE, York Towl.ip. For Recorder, JOSIAU WOL1', Washington Towualiii For Surveyor, BEMAN AMSDEN, Fremont For Infirmary Tirector, WUXIAM HEA1UCK. Sandusky Township, Dickinson is La favor of a tax on codec, tea and sugar, but opposed to the tax on whisky and tobacco. Toledo is the 3d city in the State it having'357 more inhabitants than Columbus, and 1327 more than Day ton. . A kukbek of Trofessors of Catho lic Theology, at Nuremberg demand a new council to revise the...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 9 September 1870

THE JOURNAL. FREMONT SANDH5KT CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER y, 1870. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. A il vnrti si nn Air cuts N . 40 Park Row, Nw York It .aara.Geo.P. Bowell Co., are AgenOfor Jher emont Journal anlth't ml influential aiin larjri-M circulating Nwpipeis in the United Suites and Canadas Taey are authorised tocuutracifor usatoui lowest rut. yi SANDUSKY COUNTY AbltKl LTl UAL SOCIETY, October 5th, 6U1, tlh and Cth, 1870. CmpMiii Ojpca to All. READABLES. Detroit gaiued 31,021 Binco ISGlt. Milwaukee gamed 2G,ul8 since 18d0. Tiffiuitee are busy eating watermelons. Tiffin hai a city barn yard in its public square. The Wiiard Oil concert, was in Tiffin last wrek. The miners at Akron, are having trouble a) ruin Quite a number of oar citizons are enjoying the "shakee." - v The march of e rente is to be followed by dies parade by the ladies. ' Hosquitoea have invaded England. They in marked "New Jersey." King William is not much of a meat eater, but he recently took a boney part. When w...

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