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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 13 January 1871

TREJOURNAL. FB.EMCHT SANDUSKY CO , OHIO. FRIDAY, JAMUU? J, 1871. - TOWMXB COUXTY iUTTEllS.J Readables. The Tan Wert Tim oSee is for sale. Kead L U. Eeeler'i aew advertisement Xapoleoa is to haa a new school building. Tiffin is te hare it saloons closed on San day. TiSa aired extensively during the hoii days. - A fine snow on Saturday aight and 3unday morniEg. Kav. B. B. Marshall, of Bryan, died on the 20th nit The whiskey prosecutions, in Mananel:!, are still brisk j Sandusky feels confident of having a new court house. : Terose the Report on Gres Creek las- vwemeat. ;', . Jiiritsial bambugj wera exposed in Faiaas- ville last weak. Capt C. IT. Crowing, of Eryan, died of eon um jtioa, Ivst week- ' ' , Fiity-suven new buildings were erected, in , (ieaos, during last year. , F. O, Wyman, of Genoa, lost a valuable . Wtrte, a few days since. Two accident? occurred in Sandusky, from hooting out the old year. " - Our tkauks'are due te "2. - W. Amsden, for lite New Orleans papers. Oberlis h...

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 January 1871

THE JOURNAL. ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT D. C. RICHMOND, Delivered at the Annual Meeting of the Eric County Agricultural and Horticultural Society. AT MILAN, DEC. 29TH, 1870. FKiOTT MW.EBS OF THIS SoCIE"; dene of God we are P Tour it the iuul meeting oi the nrst year oi our Thsocietrhaj prospered well, considering tliehort time it i "Vf8 numW oa. hundred 7 members. The meeting hare bn wn attended and the discussions hare, I nope, been pleasant an-i prr6 table to the members and public ganerally- timeri' clubs are springing Tip rapid! v in oil sections of our State, and will aocomplith ranch to improve the agricultural and horti- oultorsi interest of Ohio. Erie county is for ward in every good work, and we hope not to ce her behind hoed is this important matter. The formation of our County Society is very di Jarent from soma other of our Stats. We unite the agricultural and horticultural inter ests, which are twin sisters, especially in this county which ha eo l&ree a horticultia-nl pro...

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 January 1871

PUBLISHED EVEBY FEIDAT,- BY A. II. BALSUGY. Gftfciiftiiuiul Jots tori: arJi QarteCj TERMS OF THE JQZMXXU Que year, im advanee, - Six months, - - . - Tiitee jeonthi, - - - ' ZVERT YaAIITT OF JOB PRINTING NEATLY AND JSUICICLJC DONK. Business Directory. MLlUOtOI, - iLIUKL LEHSiON- & TRENCH, ATTORKIT3 AT1 LAW AX7 GS3CE&A.L AGENTS, CH DK.OHI0. atr. Liaaoi w. . So in hiiae e . jemest, on Tburadav of eaeh-waai.-- Prompt attention fiven to ail legal business... T HIaU.lI V. WDfSLOW. JCSXr-B B. U&IUTt. WEfSLQW & BABTLETT, 4 TTOHJiSTS AT tiW, White's Block, tenet A of Front and Ciwuaa stna;. Prompt nw ttoa fivoa to toe eoi.&uon ol eiaina ene aU tea, iwi pertaining to ttw rem! law pramsa. . fxuBiOBt,Augait!a,iti;. " J. LbiKE.SE, Sir. -k . ATTORNEY A2TD COTJNSELLOB AT LAW, will attend to Legal daMiaeee ia SaaAna- bv and aijouuDronntiee,C&ae,orBer&eom,p- taira, iwijiHa, i, 2ESOKT.O. m. r. BUCKLA.XD. 39. ZTK&Kri. JAS. B. KUB EUCEiAXD, EVEEETT FOWLS 3, k TTORNET8 ft...

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 January 1871

the journal A.E.S1L3LEY, Editor. Jr"tJliiI01SrT. OHIO. FiilDAT. JaaEarT23, 18T1. finished ILlksfeeld has just $31,297 school house. A newTlasonic Commandry is to be established at Akron. " The returnsoTthe Internal Rev enue Collectors of the Souther Dis trict of Ohio, show a total collection during the pst year, $24,386,846 22, against $11,283,970 22 in 1869. Ik oca Congressional report will be found the most stinging rebuke of Secretary Cox's pretensions to re forming the civil service, we have yet seen. It is contained in remarks of Senator Morton. a I President Graxt" is reported to have said to a member of the San Domingo Commission, on Saturday: "I trust I am as ready to be con virced against the desirability of annexation as I hepe every one else it to be converted to it" The Mansfield Herald . says- the Directors of the Mansfield, Coldwater & Lake Michigan T.ailroad are mak ing satisfactory progress in securing subscriptions and arranging various details for the proposed ...

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 January 1871

THE JOURNAL. FREMONT SANDUSST CO., OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1871. Towxaxd Cocvty Hatters. Readables. Hoite buyer are io town. A naok-tie party is on ths topis. Easiness is quint, sine the holidays. . WiC.Totten h.s opened a cigai lien. , The depot at Elmore ii being repaired. TAartcna-iaJ iaduige4is st'tutok, tie' party! The man who talks to lend, is m town this week. ' Hardin county baa 29,000 acres of marsh land, -x-r- - . - t Dr. Farrard has been lecturing at Spring field O. Husbandt obey you wires, tot it to the fashion. r Subscribe for the Journal Fay f 3 and be happy. . Bryaa is infested with chicken and pig thieves. Accounts of big hogs are numerous this season. "j . . MoarocTil'e is indulging in social gayety to a greet extent. ...if -4 ' i f . Judge Vance, of Hamilton, died en Tues day of last week. ,' There have been several cases of "blues' town, the past week. A brave woman, in Bucyriu, put a burglar to flight a few nights since. Court commenced obv Tuesday udge C. E. F...

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 January 1871

THE JOURNAL. Agricultural and Practical. For the Fremont Journal. How to Raise Osage Hedge. A thrifty Ledge row is within tho teach of every I fanner by pi1? and simple meaas as a crop of pota toes or any other farm crop. J shall .rt.u'.Rl directions for Accomplishing so deniable aa .object-; ; beginning vrilh the eeed. Select fresh ceeda and 'boat the first of Hay put them in ' warm water and let them soak three daja "changing the water occasionaly. Keep the water milk warm as near as possible. At the end of three days mix the seeds with coarse 6and or gravel, put tnem in a warm piace ana Keep tnem elightly moistened. When about one fourth are .. sprouted tey axe ready for anting. in-law. - -iscurabltf J THE NURSERY. Select for the nursery a warm, dry Bpot, sandy if possible, plow tefl or twelve inches deep. Spread on "three inches of manure thoroughly rotted, harrow and cross harrow it in. i. The drill rowa should be three-feet apart and the seeds in ;the row rom.two to three inch...

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 January 1871

JREKONT WEEKLY JOURNAL! iCiSLI3HD EvEBT FBIIAi, BY- A. II- BALSLE ST. Co'iit;casf3r AlTirtisiEia Jcb fork ad: Qsrtaij TEPitS OF THE JOUSXAL: One year, in ad va nee, - - .. Six tnontiu, . r - Tar month a,'- - 1T1BT VARIXTT 01 JOB PRINTING NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE.. Business directory. J. X. UKXOX. - T' JLLHISOK. IXJQIOS & FKENCH, ATTOSWBT8 AT LAW AKD 6BTSHAI. AGENTS. CX.4 CP. OHIO. Sr. Leaasaon will be la hia oie at Tnml, Thursday of eaca weak. J?rof aUeatloa (!' ta ail legal boaineae. KULAX W. WtXaXOW. COMPH aV ZASXLMXt. WINSLOTV k BARTLETT, 1 TTOESKTST LAW, White's Block, comer A. of front and oroguen street. Prompt ataen toon given to eoUeouoa ot euume and ail buai- teas pertaining to uie geaerel saw pracuaa. Fremont, Aufui It, 1;0. J. L. tt&EEKX, 8u. 1 TTOXKEY 1XD COUNSELLOR AT LAW, J, Wlil at-and to Lagai JSeuiaeea la tuou y and edjoimagoouitiee,oe,iornerEsi,Bp- stairs, idlers diock , t Jfi.SJtOXT.0. B, F. BUOIIAHD. U.STISSTT. JAS- H. rOW?.S BCCKXAXD, ETEBETT FOWXXB, k TT...

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 January 1871

THE JOURNAL, A. H. BAXSZ.EY, Editor. Jri4tHVtOIsrT. OHIO. I'illDiY, Jafccary 2T, ml. Lot M. Morbill has been re-elected Senator from tfzine. The sIsDovmQo Commission, u&Ued from Sand j Hook on the 17th. Hon. William ted Senator from 17th. Wisdom -was elec Minuesota on the HO. TEEODOEK F. FUELIXGHCISEK te been elected Senator from New Teb Democrats of Connecticut have re-nominated the present state officers. Ges. John A. Logan, has been el ected to the United States Senate, from Illinois. Hos. Hhtkt Yilsox has been re elected United States Senator, from Massachusetts. The amount of franked matter passing through the mails is stated to amount to $2,543,326. ' Blair has been chosen Senator from Missouri, for which the Schurz party can take the credit, if they feel any. There is a possibility that Schurz has erected a Ham an gal lows. The Fekiaks Have Landed, in New York, bat we should not judge tho excitement to have been as great as waa anticipated. Tammany took the lead in the ma...

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 January 1871

THE JOURNAL. FUEMONT ANDDSKY CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1871. TMxixfi Cocytc Hatters. Readables. Puu-gant a witty nu. Tiffin is to be re-diatricted. stirring acene making math. AJjc'if g operation pealing onions. Monroville has had a nock-tie party. Fiftiilay if wrapped in hopelass quietude. , There are 8,200 miles of telegraph in Ohio. The worst form of Rheumatics a rum shop. Foatoria has indulged in a masquerade party. Boss A oang make the best hair oil in the world. A gre.it heiress a young lady with a huge oiilgiifa. . . - A rubber factory will soon be in operation at Akron. ' . " ' -' I A wedding in high life took place iu Akron, lut week. - How is your cold? is the popular question of the day. . A.T. Kettie is the only singer who never hss'S csld. '. . i la' extensive relegious reTiral is in progress at tindsey.. A uriuring room the place where a dentist polls teeilu . Kiag William has been proclaimed Emperor of Germany. ' There were a lar;e number of teams in town, on Sat...

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. — 27 January 1871

THE JOURNAL. "Didn't Love Him Well Enough." A friead cf ciaa, a your.jj; man of great energy nnd gooi "principles, became tt the nrcner and usual time ofiif m our cifv. She was Quite poor. socially below him, not pretty, but & 'arently sensible and well man Tttrl. She had' overworked, and vug out of health, o pains were Eparei to grins' back the red to cheek and!ip. 'bhe' drove dailyreceived handsome presents from him, visit ed his friends for months, and made his life for two years delightful. We TrE(5""tbcugbt he would have-made a very nice Bon-in-law for any "of our motlurs, wondered how tho plain stranger could win and hold him He had been much admired, was cgveibk to everybody, and yet al ways true to her. Business pros pered, the time drew near for their marriage, when he received a letter from her stating that she "Didn't love him well enough to marry, him F Sf;e had. no other lover, inight ht&'tem a ipuiislf freak," tmV the condition of her own heart, found out too l...

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 February 1871

FKEKOMT WEEKLY JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVEB7 FEXDAT, By f A. II. BALSLE Y Ctlkicjitai li!itsf ui Jab fck ade Qssrtei: TERMS OF THE JOCSXAL: One Tear, ia ndvaaee, - '?'J2! tuuccntiii, ; - ; ' ,"-- r9 XVI RT VAKI1TT OT JOB PRINTING N iATLT - AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. l..uiaov A.t.r(m . LEaTCX &JEEXCH, ATTOBUeTS AT I. AW AND GEKXBAL A3KST-., 0LDE,UiUO. akr. Uubui vriii tx la hi o&M at Fremont, en Thursday of each week, freapt attention giraa all legal bnainaaa. aUlaX W. W1KSLOW. JOISTS B. SA1ZLMT. WlXStOW BABTLETT, TTOKJf KTS AT LAV. Wait' Blosk, cornet A. of Front ua t. roghaa streets. Prompt aMeo tio given to u. co-ivcuoa ol eiaims ana all bass- Jrtunont, iJ.t i, i;. J . L. GREENE, Six. - ATTORNEY AND C0GNEELL0B XT LAW, will tad to Left! Buiaeaa ia ludu ky adjoining; eounUes.Jaiee, .Omar Aooan,ap- tain. iTier t bloat, , FUEM0XT.0. B. . BCOaXAM). X.SVXKXTT. JAS. H. FCW11 BUC5XAKD, EVXEETT FOWLEB, ATTOBNBTS ft COtTNBELLORB AT LAW, aud 6oiK . orsin Cnaaeery: will attend to...

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 February 1871

" MN 'f ,0 M,TtiT F.U11UT,, Pelsruarj 3 lit I. - - a.i.n , ,-rr -iv .i i ww itt i - 1? U ttvw muKtv4 mtaiu tlw the UitH!ij Us. wi.il V rvile-.. The iU ft? U rrl k pa tf Sen- TV.S lVsusylvnui.i Central, it is gaiaed control of the Union Fuclic E;lrod, distancing Vander fciit, a J other competitors. Tut Governor has ordered a gpetidi election in Columbiana coun ty, to fill the vacancy occasioned hy the death df Hon. G. I. Young. E lection to take place pq the loth inst G-.LESTINE, who shot Dr. Jones for improper intimacy with his wife, and .whose trial had been progress ing, in Cleveland, for Beveral weeks past, was, on Tuesday, found guilty of manslaughter. Tee Cleveland Leader urges the passage of a law, by rhe Legislature requiring foreign insurance compan ies to deposite enough of their se curities with the Secretary of State, to secure policy holders in Ohio from loss, in case of failure. The recent failures which have oectrrred would' indicate that some" law re quiring security ...

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 February 1871

THE JOURNAL. SFftSNtO NT 6AKDUSST CO., OHIO. , FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1871. Tows axd Coum AIatters. Readables. Dcrgt are unmarou. Lot of mud this TNek. 1 , A lu null if to be started at Van Wtrt. A paper mill is to ke started at Van West. E (rings for gentjomen will win he fasAion- , Bleed; eoenee Paineeville hat were enacted on Mend; had another brilliant wed- Mammoth Hail begins to look aa though it needed repair. T j rcB ia actirelj engaged 1a a temifetanae rctona movement. Thelodge of Good TBiiara at fort Cho too, hat ceased to be. Baa jar's trial for the murder of hi wife, ia Progressing, at Toledo. Touch not, taste not, handle not anything which aa intoxicate. . Jt&n k a vapor and fall of woe?, he cuts a Reaper tod stf hepies. Permpne aud lectures, instead of news, filled tsa BtaJiay papers last week. t . Th 8 are a number of naughty husbands in v.nt, wno whip their wives. Our business men appear to be unusually active, for this season of the year. The Good Templars held thei...

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 February 1871

THE JOURNAL. For the Fremont Journal. RAMSDEL NORWAY OATS. Ha. Ebiiok: Pennit me, through the Journal, to eay to the Farmers of Sandusky County, what I know, experimentally, of the Ramsdel Nor f v&y Oats. ' " 1 ; In the tpti-g of 1S63 I sent fl, to Jones fc Ciark, City of New York, ori of o&t. The same to be expressed. Shortly after sending, I called upon the Express Agent, at Fremont, and found a 6mall sack for. iinin'g oats, addressed to me, I J paiJ the charge thereon, which was I oIe !ollarmaking five dollars my i peek of oats had cost me. -The sack -of-oats weighed 7 lbs, and about .3 ounces. I found the oats, in appearance, to be equal t all that had been said of them. Col- mJFtSpX Ic, plump and heavy. I J(&1? taem on; a small patch of ground, I Lad plowed up in a clo ver field. After the oats had come up, I found I had made a mistake in Bowing them on clover sod, as the worms were cutting them off under ground, and many of the stocks were looking yellow, but by an...

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 February 1871

FfiESOXT WEEKLY JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVEET. FSIDAV, BY A. H- BALSLEY. a i iXALi On V.U-. t n advance, Tares mouthi, r i.Vl ... -STT .... . JOB :Plv NTIGh N6AT4.T, f 3 CiJICKLY DC it. Business Directory. r-T-m r LSQAL. - J. St. t-SJUsOS., ' . rXEKOlL ATTCHSETS AT LAV ND :2BAX alt. usuu w;U tx : hu aiK at Fretaent, oa TUurai.y of earh week, 'reaps attention girsn to ail iegel easiness. . i . WtSltLO W. JOCST . AICWT. TTIXSLOW A PAFTXETT. A. J V- - . -.r-.. at . - tl- -nun " ... nj.. . . -jiir ale bo ATTORKIT A.D COUSSELLC ATUW, kf aoA teaming oaaUft,JSioef:ornGxiioomtup Air, i Tieri liiocx , M I i - n . . 4 t TI0BKEY8 COrNSEIXOES AT LAW, fei.tooai (whom in KmmJuswt .bl ioiaivOTtA. tin. Oaeeeaosaatarr. Hn.)LABd'tAr Bmk PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Orrica is sucsi.ijnj-e old bl6ck. oa r'ruat 6t. tiuaeuc oa Oroh.B 4trt, -navsiciAS anu suaaeoN. 0-Ka.l. vr-. DUtftuiay. 13 9:I '..W.A.F. KUC ,- .. ) . ... o raaicAL 8CH4.sacAL oeyrisT. or. b lirii ni omce,t U uum. a Oil "K R83LE f HOUSE. B.BELIHNU.P...

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 February 1871

journal: JL Li Xu Y, Editor., i'a.jRiONT.'OHIOJ Fi:C.li, Mr-'iy ioHisn.; Tk German had. a,gr&n& jublj.ee St Ciacfctiati, on S&tnrditjr niUtJa?i rr the ft 11 ct Paria, ;: .i:7 .V. I -. . . ; . - 1 ,. ' i. i' ').' 11' ' $i,C0,CCQ -Id ac a feuyu$300,CbO bon.-ls during' t!;e: jfesai6atB-J tTtil dc.ce, Bouiweil, ultbough lute. Hov upon the pepjjj Vprks wftq siore Tigoa.: .tiO nioii ' ' ' V -ii-r-intli I1& Hon ia SlftTciiii As-it jrilb.br. th Uesta,- caauiatea.; j,,r. VThb-Pcblic .pcBTJas bci-u,;,v$r . creased i,04jy?St Hie ia nd in tIiel?t"c!iWimsth'5l'l'; 401.G7O. U pie tare couii' or a itcpwiiuiuji5fit.nuf,qr(!i' ' Tes j Japanese 'X.mbassyi'fwd, a risit to the Wfcite.JHpuOi .ou th i st The Assisiant JJLiaiste-'bf Ekiftna ssurei IbeTftjfiKtentliit1 tLe "ob feet of thei'r"!m"ieSfbn'$rRS to bttnffl ad iusigtt into'our fiuaacuil .fjteiii. ' Ci-EVEUKD is '".guin " to." oTt ' " ' 41.C ' '.l -il' Mi'K- Jfortbero. pbiq Talr.Xiv Jibi.eftf of the 6u3orers by tb ar ia Europe. At a...

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 February 1871

THE JOUKNMj FKZMONT SA-KEUSKY CO., OiilO. FRIDAY, FEELiUAHYlO, 1871. TOWS.UD CCUATVJITTRS. Readables. .CatVlrh few abouaas. J Q ; Men-icT was a cold day. " Prof. Jlanor is in "?8iir.; 1 TiSn longs, for e sensation. P,'rM n j jj k;, isswiiig oircleu an piospeciug. EaaJ cmit on the 9ih of April y Waoaeon is trubled with meajwls. ' Lent begins on the 22d of February. Horse trading is a passive occupation. St. Valentine's day, TuesJay 14th inst. Oo to Walborn's, for choice ..Valentine. Front street was blockaded on Tuesday. "Straws tell which way the wind blows,". f.0 -ilia sWnt are purchasing valentines" Keep out of bad company and thin loots. We don't credit all the gossip that i afloat Tsjvtoria it indnigicg ia all kinds of parties. Business was remarkably uiet on UonJay. A spirit of settled quiet broods aver our pt-. Good trimmers are the blossoms of good snce - '' - !r- "Oli Bstsey",.h . been jaiated together again. ;Jhn JV, Feese lias put up a new sign over his store. . . .. f , ....

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 February 1871

THE JOURNAL. For the Journal. tT' "o w4 oioio I lanta Dig the potatoes before the vines re ell killed by frosts, or they vill not keep well. Put them ia b dr, rsrpi place, no too wfrai or they i-V sprout Tot the lis - ;Dat way' from thro-. . j four ' Wi'lget jrf- y r"-. ukr.S barrel or bos. ad pat ia about two laches deep of very drj saw duet, t'uea put ia lajer of potatoes, be ta capful to ' keep-' them, at least, ona isdi s irt .nd two laches from tbs sid-.a of Abe box or barrel, -now put ia aa other layer of saw dust. i?e.nj:9ur poUtoeff- tre nilpacUt, put mem in a dry warm place, as be fore. AbobtLa m'-llW of April make a hot'bed by diging a' trencb two feet deep make tho iectbaiid fW oorreipSaQ'ltli the imc-fefpoijvtoesoa taveTthree by six feet ia about right for a ball bushel. Board it with old plank to eight or thea inches above the level or tue ground. Tou caa nail slatf across the frame, toreceirthpasb if you have any. Fill he iretcb Wiih fresh horse manure, reading uowa th...

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. — 17 February 1871

URNALi rrcusnri) etiey t&idat, BY A. H- BAL.SLEV j. l. n.w a. OuWir.jiInut, ThfaaatonsjJ, v TARIKTT C? JOB li jTN"iai N EATLY A v - .CICLT OC Busmen j-ireoL- jMO. A. B. TtWM. A! ThamUTOJ e:a weak.- lrop atterMoa pw to all 11 baainatt. . - ' Ir 2 mine sriil tie in ! Cr.;t el rT-rawil. an rnaax w. wuratow. jossm AaAi.4 a, TTDTSLOT BABIXETT, ' 'EVKYS AT LA. Tii'i Elk.'rB A. i.-' - ; l! -' tMn .TB .. Mis WW. -OW jiMBK . .. Dps, 1 Utttt 1. ATTOKlfEY AND C0C5Si.lJ.0B ATLAW, viil .taad to Legal BaaiBtu tm odj, Mln.ZjrM'tbloek, F&liltONT.O. i 1 . , - - . B UOKXAXD.ITIBETT FOWLER, A. (mi dolieKrti Caaaiwy; avwod to pre B IN K ERH O FF,- M . D 1 j j OmCB I!T BrCKT-AXD'8 OLD BLOCX. an Ikoot Rwidno on Croeaa etrsci, cdad houw west of QiirU School bmiaine. CAtoe koan from 10 to i i A. M.4 t i nd 7 o 5 P .M... 'H.T. BOSWOfiXn, it. D. " t up-ir,Od4 FUoi Block. Front gtroet. ZSHWTISTaV. - j " dr. a. r. reicz, i-ic BfllCAL M SCHAVICAL OE JTTrST.-Of- O 6x iv.r Bak)f tTretooDt, Wbiteiblooll,wi...

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 February 1871

THE JOU KNA1 A.tI.IsAliSLEY,Cgitet. , , s eTkuszoisi 1' , OHIO. FSI3AY, rcbrsary lejjj" i ' Eostos has"Eu:jscril bout ?1 00.000 to the Fre'vii belief Fuad. Th lateir""rari's j? the effect thet.llie arir.isticfWilt be extended one week. - 'ex-Secbetaki ilcCulloch andGen. Sargent, "have purchased a large tract of land t Duluth, Wisconsin, vrVcb they -purpose putting in the market at once. ' , , . " -B! J - 4BJ. At Jaciuox, Miss., afewjiuysago, a fellow named Castcel shot and killed a negro shoemaker, because he had not made Lis boots :to;flt as ie wanted them to. That's chivalry. Tee Democracy, wli.had ardent hopes of passing Roesel'e free trade resolutions, ; were' dlscomntt-ed ' on Tuesday of last Tvee'k, by i1ie intro duction of resolutions of a contrary character, by Correy, and thfeir pas- The apprehensions felt and ex pressed in regard to- the fato of the Tennessee, which took out the San Domingo Commission, are tcmpony rily 'act at rest iy tlyslettfQf retary EobL&on, - who ...

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