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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 23 December 1870

THE JOURNAL. FREMONT SANDUSKY CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1870. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1870. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. BANK NOTICE. ydWP.isT5f AS m-nrhnr an Kundsy. the Ban I J of Fremont and the First National Bank will observe hlosaav, tn astn r ' "wmow, as holiday, and will not oj"n en "T .B WHITE, Cashier. A.H ILL KE. Cashier. Readables. fxtremely cold. Hats invented 1401. frupid is on the rampage again. For a good puff, bay a cignj of Pease. Oor. Hayes spent last Sabbath in the city, JThe snow en Monday made fair sleighing. Kisses are obeap in Tiffia, only twenty cents each. Wednesday night was the coldest of the sea son. Head he adrertisement of Canfield, Brother Co.. New subscribers are coming in rapidly now. Thanks. .ffestitiU are the rage in nearly every town, this season. . ., The jingle of sleigh bell) reminds ns that it is-winter. Our business atreet is presenting a hoggish appearance. The last ember of the dying year baa nearly expired December. Gen. W. H. Gibson has r...

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. — 23 December 1870

THE JOURNAL. FREMONT SANDUSKY CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1870. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1870. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. Real Estate) Transfer-.--Furnished by W. W. Stine, County Jtecorder , John Newman to Goor u Vx 00 lot. No. 25, 9, 10 & 11, Fremont I .-MX) 00 Frank Grover to Elia Beeeher, 2 2-3 acres in Sec 5, York ; 700 00 B C Huffman to Jot. J Overmyr. 120 scree in Sec 15, Jackson 8000 BO t t n vt Pnmell.lol Ko610,611. jk ?i Fremont 400 00 tv tt -Willie to lizzie C Smith, let Xr.ttf9.Clrd. 350000 n V Flummerfelt to William Wills, 2 aorae in Seo 19, Ballville - 600 00 EeniH Flint to F S White, lot No ' 107, Fremont 3300 00 F S White to James W Wilson, lot No 107, Fremont 3600 00 Samuel S Lone to D W Lone.40 acres in Sec 36, Scott 1000 00 V Copse v to Charles A Miner, lot No 121, Clyde. . 3615 CO D Hall to John O HalL 12 1-2 acres Bin Sec 12, Townsend 1000 00 Jos-rib Rirrlflav tn nhostee Hunter. lot No 263. Clvde 800 00 (Hear White to C Thompson, nnd 1-2 nf 120 strrea in See -...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 23 December 1870

tmml Vol. 1. FREMONT, FRrDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1870. No. 1- Mmtm Poetry. For the Journal. CHRISTMAS CAROL. BY NINA GRETSON. Old Winter closing round us . Brings Chris mas in its train, . And shouts of joyful welcome Its coming doth proclaim. New load the tree with presents. Till every bending bough Shall prove, though evanescent, They will some joyi bestow. Give this to my Dear Grandma, Twill cheer her heart I know ; Jnst such a lovely work box She wished for, long ago. Be sure you give to Grandpa These glasses, with gold bows, . They'll make his dim eyes stronger. Do you think they'll fit his nose ? And whose i this, I wonder, A fine gold headed cane, Oh, that's for Uncle Charley Behumatics makes him lame. Is there nothing here for Anntie ? Oh yes, this st of furs ; Please pus them over yonder, I know shell own them her's. This dressing gown and slippers, .Will match PaYeasy chair ; . And then he'll look so cozy, And. drive away ''dull care." Mamma has long been wishing. For a set of s...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 23 December 1870

Our Christmas Number. Our Christmas Number. The Journal Junior. Fremont, Ohio, Friday, December 23, 1870. Our Junior. Being somewhat pressed with advertising we concluded to make amends by giving onr subscribers something extra, in the way of reading matter, and in a pleasant way sur prise them with a little Christmas feast We present it in a neat shape, and full of very pleasant reading, which we trust they will ap preciate. We hope to visit, them occasionally in the same way, and bespeak a cordial greet ing for our little namesake. Wishing all a Merry Christmas and a joyous New Tear, with health, happiness and prosperity in abundance, we tip our beaver. CHRISTMAS MEDLEY. Awake ye slumbering Morpheus, ye tyrant o the night j To hail the fair Aurora, Queen of the morning light. Arouse all beings animate, dumb animals and dog, . Bid Iris summon Janus, to banish Neptune's Fogs. Stand forth events historic, fear not this paradox The Fates have been commissioned to burst Pandora's box. ...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 23 December 1870

Our Christmas Number. E'er since the Dutch took Holland, that day at Bunker Hill. A thousand hands hare driven the pencil and! the quill; To name in gloving letters that shall lire for eTer more. The goods which J. T. Lanman & Thomas hare in store. Where now are all the martyrs, with Andy on the brain. While the boots which Hoot is selling would make the meekest rain. The spices bought of Purvis exhale a rich per fume And all who smoke at "Walborn's avoid the smoker' doom. The Phaeton which old Jupiter hurled neath the waters roar. Would stiil exist had it been made, at the shop of J. P. Moore, When, Whang of the celestials, desired to sell their teas. He came direct to Fremont and left the best with Pease. At a woman's right's convention, gentle Annie did declare. That if she ever married, and Leppelman was there. She'd buy the best "Domestic," should nothind intervene, For every tome is brightened by using this machine. Immaculate Conception, John Gilpin on the pikes, Beau Bru...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 23 December 1870

THE JOURNAL JUNIOR. Dec. 22. [Concluded from First Page.] thought, and like the 'doomed city in history, I wu surrounded, run orer, torn in peioet, jamed together, feeling altogether like a fly in pile of sugar. I began to extricate myself. One foot was oramed into a dress pocket, the other m floundering in the ruins of a domo liabed hoop skirt, I unwound fire or six pair of arms, which were twisted around my neck before I was enabled to pull at the chignon which had been crammed into my mouth, fol lowed by a- delicately fashioned shoe. Arising,' Phicenix like, from the ruins, I apoligized for their carelessness, and expressed my intense emotion, st the' warm" reception which they had given me, on the '-occasion of this Tisit - That I bad been overpowered they could plainly see. We retired from the debris, but only a shadow remained of the youthful beauties, who but a moment before had ap peared in symmetrical porpoitions. I began to experience the full delights of the lake breezes....

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. — 30 December 1870

TRZyiMT WEEKLY JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVEBY FRIDAY, BY A. II. BALSLE'. ')i :e:aitjnisi2j m Jab t as-ie Qurtirij TEEMS OF THE JOtTBSALe 13,00 ,00 60 Tare months, 1VIBT TARITT OF JOB IPRINTINO NEATLY AND QUICKLT DON. Busines3 Directory. LEO AX. UKXOK. A. B. FMOH. VTTOaSKVS AT LAW AND G ENSEAL AtfliSTS, CLDE,OEIO. ii.r. Leinmon will be m hU !&- t Fremont, on Thursday of auk week, Proipt atwatiua iTa t all leal bunnM. ' HliiJt w. Wiibl.uw'. JOSSFH a. iIxXTT. WIXSLOW A BABTLETT, l TTORSaTS AT LAW, White's Block, WM A of Front Mid Crognaa stwet. Prompt atten tion given to tbe och.muou i waiau ana ail kou Brw pertaining to in. gemral law praouee. Fremont, August 15, 1S70. J L GREENE, Sis. l TTOBNET AND OOUNBKLLO AT LAW, A , . A . im h.u,i. In fiandua- W.lt m -G - - ky nd MljomingdOunUes,Omos,.JorBerJioo3n,un- stirs, iyier.. 1 KKHONT.O. n. P. BTJOxXAITD. H.BVBEBTT. J A. H- TOWLXX BUCKLAND, EVERETT & FOWLEE, ATTOBNET8 A CO0N5ELLOR8 AT LAW, and Solicitors in Caaaoery; "ill attend to pro Te...

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. — 30 December 1870

THE JOURNAL. A. a . BALSLBT, Editor. itBMONT. OHIO. IFMAY. December S3, IS70. MryiSTES Sceikck is to sail for j IlDgknd about the middle of January I GiOBOiHias gone Democratic "by from 85,000 to 40,000 majority. So imported. The CabI being out of repair but little news from the seat of war is ob tainable, and that is unreliable. Suc cesses are reported oa both 6ides,but tie lines of investment about Paris remain unbroken. Thedorb Tiltox has withdrawn from the editorial management of the Independent; he will, however, be a constant contributor to it. Mr. Bowen, the proprietor, will hence forth control the editorial columns of the paper. Kew Tom, Doc 23 The Evening Post bM th following r Waskinotok. Deo. 23 The fact has oome to light that, early in 1869, the commander of the United State steamer Xipsie, then at Port-au-Prince, was directed by tie Secretary ol the Navy, at the request of the President, to make a thorough investigation at to the condition of Saa Domingo, politically, f...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 30 December 1870

THE JOURNAL. raEMONT SANDUSKy CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1870. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. BANK NOTICE. STIR TRT M AS eocurnnp on Sunday, the Bark of Fremont and the tint lSatiooal Bank will srve Monday, the S9th dy of lieoember, a a kolidav. and wiu oot opon on tui nay F. 8. WHIT E , Cashier, 40.51 A.H-MLLLaa.Ca.il x,r. Readables. Happy Kew Near. Be just and fear aot. Skater aie happy. Ice house, art being filled. Tiffin want a Skating Rink. The woodbine ha eeaaed to twine. Truth crushed to earth will rite again. Frosted window look even better than fron ted cake. ' The Wood County Snel ha been much improTed. One ol our Crispins struok the other night He struok a lamp poet. There i nothinf which adda aoanucb. to part-rib a a little meat, John McFaU, of Ferryaburg, fell and broke his leg, one day last week. There are, at present, no lee than 34,000 Tree llaacns in thi State. It i better to gire than to receive. We hope that i generally believed. For several day the train arrived a...

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. — 30 December 1870

THE JOURNAL. TRESSILIAN COURT. TRESSILIAN COURT. OR, The Baronet's Son. BY MRS. HARRIET LEWIS. A!: of -The Double Life," "Th. Bff" Scheme, -Ths Sund.wd "Tk Lady of Kiidare." "A i' "The House of Secrets," eto. " CHAPTER I. A FEARFUL CATASTROPHE. A wiid storm raging upon Mfcditerrnen Sea, near the cloeof a dreary November day, and sky and watra were black witti the gloom of tbe auddcn and furious tempest, be fore which a small sailing vessel was scuddicg under bare poles. Her build and rigging proclaimed her Sardini an. &he was The Gull, Captain Va rino, master, on her way from Cagli ari to Palermo. She had on board two seamen and two passengers. These passengers were English men, who had procured passage on The Gull to Palermo, whence they intended to embark by steamer to ilarseules, the following day. While the Captain and his assist ants were attending to their duties, and expressing apprehensions as to their safety, the two Englishmen 6tood apart, leaning against the low bulwa...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 30 December 1870

1 i I l Vol. 1. FREMONT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1S70. No. 2 Original. [For the Journal.] Poetical Aspiration and Experience. That "poets are born not educated," truth fully conlirnipd in my personal experi ence, and that the greatest poets are the least appreciated I am fully confident. I was born a poet, and arrired at mental maturity' while lny years were yet few. When less than mouth old, I gave positive evidence of this brilliant endowment, in the pure originality of the national airs which I was constantly sing ing, aud with a pathos which never failed 1o create a deep and lasting impression on the minds of all these who chanced to linger with in sound of my voice, which I have since been told, was remarkable for its Tolume of sound and picolo like accent Alas, as I look back over the ruins of crumbled hopes, which j were crushed by the cruel treatment of an unap j preciative world, I cannot force back the re j gret that I was born while humanity was yet 1 grovelling in mental da...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 30 December 1870

43 3'f !$ Dec. 30. The Journal Junior. The Journal Junior. Fremont, Ohio, Friday, December 30, 1870. Wi prese it the Journal Junior again to our, readers, a reminder of the New Year,and trust! they will appreciate it. To all we extend the congratulations of the New Tear, wishing them joy, contentment, peace and prosperity. Week of Prayer. The annual Week of Prayer, as arranged by the Evangelical Alliance of the United States, commences on the 1st of Januaty, 1871. The Evangelical denominations throughout the country, will therefore spend the first week o the new year in prayer. The revivals which followed the wesk of prayer, last year, are con sidered proof of the efficiency of this kind of worship. Hon.Wm. E-Dodge, President of the Alliance, aid Rev. Br. Noah H. Schenck Chairman of the Executive Committee, have issued the follow in; programme, substantially the same as that issued bf the Evangelical Al liance in foreign countries for the week: Sunday, Jan. 1. Sermons Subject Iuspi"...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 30 December 1870

Bee 30 1 SPLENDID OFFER! We will give a Hinkley Knitting Machine, (price $30, and desirable in any family for the great Tariety of work it will do,) to any penon getting up a club of thirty-fix new subseri ben for the Jousxix, and each of the subscri-i ben, will be entitled to the PeopUt Journal mi one year. This is a splendid offer. How many of onr friends will take adTantage of it? Go to work at once. Send in the money and names, and get the premium. Hard, Handsome, And Hard as the adamantine stone, Hard as the he-rt upon the throne, Hard as the diamond without a Saw, Hard as the tablet with the moral law, Hard as the feelings of an injured knight, Hard as the steel with flashing light, Hard is the ware at CauSeld & Co's, Hard, and so cheap, that off it goes, Hard are their prices for others to beat, Hard for dealers with them to compete. Handsome aa dawn, when first begun, Handsome as day with shining sun, Handsome as apples of solid gold, Handsome as pictures in silrer bold,...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 30 December 1870

Dec. 30; [Concluded from First Page.] all my glorious anticipation ker-slap, as my eye ran over the following editorial note : "Poetet IxFANTUlt We were not a little amused, yesterday, at receiving a letter from Kime one 01 our wue menus, we who, enclosing a piece of poetry entitled Kitten." A boy's antics shone out all through it, and for a little fellow of six or seven sum mers, could not be pronounced bad. Try again. bub. get arother kitten. You may make something yet, but your mother will have more time to read your penciling than we have." Worse and worse. That immortal produc- tion of mine, which was to have brought world to my feet, and especially tost nearness wretch who wounded me first, pronounced at- being the prattlines of a six year old, and; common at that. Would I never be apprecia ted. Was I bom to "blush unseen and waste my sweetness on the dessert air." No. I; would terrify the world and fore them to look to me for refuge. Something of a tragical na ture. Something...

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 January 1871

ak rfi.S3.1T V.'SEXLT JOURNAL PUBLISHED KYIBY TBXDAY, BY A. H- BALSLE 4 . ... yMJ,ui S .x moauo. - . A ore iwuuu, . . -" ITI1T YABIBTT Of JOB FEINTING NEATLY AND QUICKLY DON. Business Directory. 1. M. IHCXOK. A. B.rOK. LEKiiox raixcH. a TTOSTKT8 AT tAW AlTD wBKIJUi St. Lum wul be ia Ku o&m t rimt, Tnorsdayef sack was. ""Pt eMeattoe r to ail legal bininw. ' bUbax w. wwatow. jer a. mamtlmt WTN'SLCW BABTLITT, a TTORH STS AT LAW JiU-. . m TMTlln rf w er t t r.sttKt. Raw. TTOMBi A, nil atta Si ana ediainu steire. Tyler's J . iTn nnryftcuil 1TL1Y. AllVfeKI www- , - : b auungeonnsis,use,Jr. ' rr- itioelt. m . BUOKLAJTS. M. XVTT. JAS. X. 0WLB wnflTTLAND.EYEBETT A FQWXER, ATTORNEYS COUNSELLORS AT LAW, a r.amatmm mil attend to ore. futtul buiuM m BW-aum-T and adjoinin- lias. 0oa,sena '-. BVlejsd'sHew B1oq 1 AjJtOST. D-H. BRINKERHOFF, M.D rSTSIClAK & SVRGXOX, OTHCB Ilf BUCKXAKD'B OLD BLOCK, a -front St. Residence on Ciwhu eaoad hooaewestof ttiuaeeolbnUain. Oittee koun from Ifte IS A. 1...

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. — 6 January 1871

THE JOURNAL. A. H. BALSLET, Editor. fttaMONT, OHIO. : FaiDAT, JanEaiyB, 1870. New Volume. With the present n umber the Jour nai enters its forty-second year. We Uke occasion, t this time, to thank our many friends for the encourage ment and patroasge they hare be stowed upon us, since our connection with it VTe hare endeavored to pre sent them a good, readable paper, one worthy of their patronage; and that we have succeeded is evidenced by our increased list "We shall not relax our efforts, but will strive to still further improve our paper, and make it even more worthy the liber al patronage it is receiving. The Message. We lay the Governor's message be fore our readers this week, and com mend its perusal. It is short, direct and business-like, makes a number of suggestions of a practical charac ter, and lays bare the subject of tax ation, pointing out the Terr signifi cant fact that the greatest burdens arse from the taxes levied for local purposes. He points out the man' ser in w...

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 January 1871

THE JOURNAL. v- :ont S K DCSKT CO FEIDAT, JANUARY , HIO 1S71. Tcwx ixd Ccoty Matters. Readables. 1K4 ii troubled with, sneak thieve. jeao hat a champion checker player. Cleva-od it agitating the park question, CapiJ it enjoying a notorious season, in Tiffi.. Hon. H. W. Whitlow left for Columbui on loadv tut. Boa- Hornet Everett kft for Columbus, Mcartajr lasL ;al.er6 art suiting- a mid upon the peo ple el Wood county, Mi. Fnuua. Curtis, of. Bellevue, died sud. -only of heart -iteaae, oa the 19th alt Mrs. J olet, of Elmore, had the forefinger of her kit Us-d .rhputated, cat day li-t week. , C-Joli-a Jordan, of Mt Ternoa, was burned to death on the 26th. CoQ oil was the cause. It eoete 11,00 and sects for teams to stop oa the street crceeingt in Tiffin. ' That is even to cheap. T)KiL Earknets, ef Belleme, it spending a short time on hit plantation, near Yicksburg, Mies. nr. harknesa, of Bellevne, left for Cali fornia,' oa Thursday of last week, to be absent several months. Happy thoug...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 6 January 1871

THE JOURNAL. The Origin of Names. 6 Tia?.erttcd why certain fabrics fcra kno as silk, linen, cotton and ooll8p.; t these clothes ail telce their name from the material l which ther are raanutactured. - Bv.t it xcay set be quite so .clear totheyooEg Udj wT her damty ruffles are cambric, and only her cot tOM dresset are called cauco ormuS li'a. Kor to the bonnet maker laces, flowers, ribbons, etc, snoma De mu linery, aad herself a milliner. Cambric, both linnen and cotton : wae flr manufactured in Cambray, hesce it lame. Calico takes iis name from Calicut, a place ia India. MouescI, & city in Turkey, was no ted for its elegant, muslins; and cla'tia tie invention of that species of cotton goods. So, also, the tasteful wares known m millinery, was first imported to Paris and London from Milan ac cent on tho first syllable and were called Milanry. . It is not . impossi ble tht the notable housekeepers looking proudly at her spotless linen apposes that some peculiartwlst in the thread...

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 January 1871

FaStfONT WEEKLY JOURNAL - PrSLISHED EVEBT FfilDAT, BY A, II-' BALSLEY. .:Ci,!.U.Mi ill J ab ui ade Qnarteij ! ta,w 1,00 60 TK3 OF TEE JOUBXAL: One year, in ad vanes, .- .. - S lx moauu, - ; - , '"., Taroe moutliB, . " ' VaBY VAWITT OF .TO 13 PBINTING NEATLY AND QUICKLY OONK. Business Directory J U. LSJOIOX. A. TESC. LEiTtfON & FBEXCH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW AKD GSXESAL Aiik,NTS,CLDK,OKIO. . ii hi. nffiuii Frcmeat. ma JUBAJt W. WlXSfcOW. JOSEPH D. BAEH.KT WIXSLdW & BABTLETT, J. L. G HE EXE. SB. i vrilEXET AXD COUNSELLOR ATLAW, A .n .t.ui tu LepJ Boainess m Bandus CVTni iomuiooantje6,Jwt corner Boom ,up- . uncs-jflj. H. ETEEETT. J AS. H. FOWLS BUCKLAXD, ETEEETT FOWLEB, . mnnvr-c-g A POTTXSELLORB AT LAW, A. Soudwrs in Chmourr; will attend to pro- I ealoni 9usloes in rtnuuv Uei. Ofloeeoond orr. Pmklnd'.New Blook FKOKT. D. H. BftlNKERHOFF, M-D PHYSICIAN d SUE G EON, OFFICE IN BUCK LAND'S tU BLOCK, w f roit St. a.-.uino on Crofts ct..i BJa wol iohoolbuiWinf . Omo boar from MKoUA. si.. I...

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. — 13 January 1871

pie, aad 7TM sitticg rAth her head on her hand. The cvjdle flickered and ; went out, nd t'jere w&s only the Jlrd and ruddy flreligbt. I cannot! tell yon trLat Vords passed between John and thf, surprised Huldah, who had though' fi him betrothed to Mias Dunton. 'l c&anot tell you wltat was said in trl6 light of that fire; I don't suptvf j Harlow could tell that story Huldah asked that he should not say any thicg about it till his sister was gone. Of course J ohn saw that she fcsked it for his eake. Eut hi own cowardice was glad of the shel ter. Next day a brother of John's (whom I forgot to mention before) came home from college. Jilrs. Holmes husband arrived unexpect edly. Aunt Judith, with her family came over at dinner time, so that there was a large and merry partv. Two hearts at least, joined in the inanKsgiving betore dinner, with much fervor. At the table the dinner was much admired. -Huldah," said Janet Dunton, "1 nfee your pies. I wish I could hire you to go to Bosto...

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