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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 28 April 1871

FREMONT SANDUSKY CO., OHIO. FELDAY, April 28. 1871. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. Readables. Cheaper than dirt soap El vria has had P" RSht Tfcnnder torm last Wednesday morning. Ghosts frequent lome of the streets in Find. Iv. Velocipede", are in general uso, in Fainee- ville. An axle tree factory is to be started at Green Springs. See notice of Assignee's Salo, in another column. Hancock county ii troubled with hone thieves. A twelve pound stranger appeared in Clyde last week. A new sewing machine !s to lx manufactur ed, at Nortra'k. A Univcrsalist church is to be built, at Nor- walkthis summer. v Jay Nichols, formerly of Clyde, is at present stopping in Kansas. Smoke houses and clotheslines, in Norwalk, are visited by thieves. The Marshal has warned fast drivers sot to violate the ordinance. A building to contain seven store rooms, is being erected at Napoleon: There are some silly young- ladies, in Port Clinton, who laugh at funerals. Grady's great circus will exhibit in our oity, on ...

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. — 28 April 1871

THE JOURNAL. THE JOURNAL. Poetry From Harpers Weekly. BANTY TIM. BY JOHN HAY. . t Tilmon Jo? to the white Commo unJcy Fouit 111.1 I reoon I get your drift, gents Yon low the boy shan t tay. This is a white man-, country; You're Democrats, you say, And whe, and aeein', and wherefore, The timei bein' all out of jint, The nigger has got to mosey Fiera the limits o' Spunky P'int. Let's reason the the thin? a minute; I'm an old-fashioned Dimocrat, too; Though I laid my politics out o' the way; For to keep till the war was through; But I come back here, allowen' To vote as I used to do, Though it gravels me like the devil to train Along o' sich fools -as you. Row dog my cats ef I kin see, In all the light of the day, . What you've got to do with the question Ef Tim shall go or stay. Aud further than that I give notice, Ef one of you te tehee, that boy, He kin check his trunks to a wanner clime Then hell find in Iilanoy. Why, blame your hearts, jest hear me! You know that ungodly day When ...

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. — 5 May 1871

FREKONT YEEKLY JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVEBY FE1DAT, BY A. II- BALSLEY' J3:.Ki'iaa!iirilT!;!is:Egaad Jib Work suds Qaarter!j TEEMS OF TILE JOURNAL: .- 11,00 KJUC year, in - 1 00 Six months, - ' , q A UXW iiiUU kiioj BVBRT VAR1KTT OT JOB PBINTING NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONKs Business Directory. J. M. LEMXOS, a. a. rsanoH. LE3OI0X & FRENCH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND G UNHEAL AGEHTS, CLYDE, OHIO. Mr. Lammoo will b. in his oStt at Frssaont, oa Thursday of each wek. Prompt attention pvra to nil legal business. H1RAK w. WIKBLOW. JOSEPH ft. BAKTLZTT. TO SLOW & BAETLETT, i TTOENKY8 AT LAW, WhiU's Block, corner A of front and CrofW strata. Prompt attea tioa iriven to the collection of slaim. and U bun DM pertaining to the general Ut praetioa. Fremont, August 1J 1'e- J. L. GREENE, Sh. a TTOENET AND OOtTNSELLOB ATLAW, 1 i, Jt . Tl Rnnaa ill RuidlM- , v Will ftbWU'i w .- ky and adioiniugoounties,Omoe,cornerBoom,up- "'""'KMONT.O. B. P. BUCaXAKD. H.VMTT. J AS. H. rOWLIB BUCKLAND, EVERETT & FOWLER, ....

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. — 5 May 1871

THE JOURNAL. A. H .BALSLEY, Editor. J? Xs&ONT. OHIO. Fill DAY, Slay 5, 18" The Seneca Advertiser lias lust completed its twenty-ninth volume. The subscription to the new loan is running over a half million per day. The French revolution continues without abatement. Paris is etill beseiged, and the Communist's are suffering sverely. Thk debt statement for April shows a reduction of $6,124,053. The debt at present, less coin in Treasury, is $2,303,573,543. On the first, German peace dem onstrations were held in Pittsburgh, Columbas, Detroit, Louisville and at other points, all of which are pro nounced great successes. The Joint Congressional Commit tee, appointed to investigate the con dition of affairs in the Southern States, will meet in Washington on the 17th of May; The committee will divide into squads of three and each sub committee will visit one or more .of the Southern States to make the required investigations. At the State election to be held on the 10th of October next...

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. — 5 May 1871

THE JOURNAL. FREMONT EANDUSKY 0., OHIO. FRIDAY, May 5. 1871. TOWS AND COUMYHlATTERS. Readables. Hay days now. Toil (wings the ax. Whittle are busy. . Kail bounteous May. Hope is happiness in the bad. Hans are pre. ihing lav-sermons. Elmore is to hare a town map A new Cardiff giant has appeared: Swinging on gates is now in order. RUing before sunrise is now in order. Economy is the easy chair of old age. Tuesday May 30th, is deooratdon day. Van Wert is troubled with "spooks." Dont stand too long in publio places. Idleness is the grave of a living man. Gratitude is the memory, of the heart. Many person mistake Yulgarity for wit. Medina has only one whiskey shop left. Uossipers are fatigued with excessive labors. The fat woman show was in town last Sat urday. We had an abundanoe of April weather last week. A new P. O. in Wood Co., is to be called Duluth. Bead C. M. Dillon & Co's new advertise ment A man's beet fortune or his worst, is his wife. The immortal J. N. still lives and be...

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. — 5 May 1871

THE JOURNAL. "JOHN." I. I stand behind his elbow chair, My soft hand rests upon his hair Hair whose silver is dearer to me Than all the gold of earth oould bo; And my eyes of brown Looked tenderly down On John, w.g John. II. The firelight leaps, and laughs and warms Wraps us both in its rady arms - John, as he site in the hearth-glow red, Me, with my hands on his dear old head Encircling ns both like a ring of troth, He and my John. III. His form has lost its early graco. Wrinkles rest on his kindly face; His brow no longer is smooth and fair, For time has left his autograph there: But noble prize, In my loving eyes, Is John, my John. IV. "My love," he says, hands, Browned by the suns of other lands, Iu tender clasp on mine to lay: "How long ago was our wedding day?" I smile through my tears And say, "Years and years, My John, dtar John." V. We Bay no more, the firelight glows, Both of us muse, on what who knows? My hands drop down in a mute caress Each thiob of rrjr heart is a wish...

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. — 12 May 1871

FREKONT WEEKLY JOURNAL PUBLISHED ETXET FRIDAY, BY A. 31- BALSLEY. 4 TERMS OF THE JOURNAL: ne year, in advanc-, - 6ix months, - - - " Three months, " tt,00 1,00 40 I xvar ykxa.tr or JOB JPKINTINQ HEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. I IESAL. J. )t. LEXXOK. A. B. niJtCH. , LESDION & FREXCH, TTORNEYS AT LAW AND G ENSEAL X ACxEXId. CLYDE. OHIO. ktr. LemmoD will bs in his offloe si Fremont, on I Thursday of each week. Prompt attention given j to all legal Dusiness. 1 HIBAX WIX'SLOW. JOSEPH B. BaBTLXTT. "WTJfSLOW & BABTLETT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, White'! Block, comer of Front and Oroghan streets. Prompt atten tion given to the collection af claims and all busi ness pertaining to me gvneru taw praotios. fremont, Augoat 15, 1870. - J. L. GREENE, Sk. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, I will attend to Legal Business in undue-1 ky and &dioiniKoounties,Omc,sorneriloom,up- I stairs, xyiar nors , FBEMONT.O. B. P. BUCIiATO. H. EVXRKTT. J A3. H. VOWX! I BUCKLAND, EVEBETT & FOWLER,...

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. — 12 May 1871

THE JOURNAL. A. H.BA-LSLSY, Editor. FHEMONT, OHIO- FRIDAY, May 12, 1871. . Capt Hall ill start oil his expe dition to the North Fole this month. He will go in a vessel rigged out a the expense of our Government . Hon. DlRitTCADOT of Ashta bula County, who had been named in connection with the office of Gov ernor, hw retired from the list So, 'also has Judge Spalding of Cuyaho ga County. In another column will be found what is eaid to be a correct synopsis of the treaty signed by the joint High Commission, and now before the Senate for consideration and ra tification. ... The State Republican Executive Committee hare issued a call for the annual State Convention to meet at Columbus on 'Wednesday, June 21st, 1871. to nominate cadidates for State officers. Saudusky county is entitled to four delegates. . The Cincinnati Gazette claims to speak by authority when it says that Ben Wade will accept the nomma tion if the Republicans of Ohio de mand that he should. It is hardly necessary to o...

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. — 12 May 1871

THE JOURNAL. FREMONT SANDUSKI CO., OHIO FRIDAY, aiy 12. 1871. r TOWXiXD COUXTY llATTESS. TBEASIBIB'S ROIICE. "VOTICE is hereby frit-en the Tax Payer of j Band ask 7 county, Ohio, tnat the Treasurer i. now prepared to receive the Jane mstaUmentof taxes for ls;l, and will attend at hi. omee n the Court Hons tor that purpose nt" Jaj7 ls. ' All taxes eollected after that data will be subject to a penaliv of he ! cent. . P""" p ii.nKEKDT. Jr-.Treamrer. Fremont, 0liy t, 1871. la-jj Readables. Look ahead. Live and let live. MiUiuerg are busy. Frost Sunday night. Kenton wants a back. Cultivate tbfl beautiful. Life is real and earnest. Keep your cellars clean. Keep your doors locked. Bucyrus had a May day party. Trees are covered with worms. Cardiff Giant are multiplying; Lamps do not talk, but they shine. Flowers are humanizing ornaments. Dont be frightened at being honest The hoe brigade was out last Friday. A few fights and things last Saturday. N Oak Harbor is to hays a horse railroad. L...

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. — 12 May 1871

THE JOURNAL. AGRICULTURAL. . The Los Angels (Cal.) .yew says - .1, :. : l,of. wipinitV has a ' llock of 1.400 ewes lhat have aver- ag-ed from three to four lambs each this season. Wheat is growing so rapidly in Blount county, Tenessee, that the farmers (as a matter of course) prophesy its- inevitable destruction by the Slay frosts. The Nashville Banner says : Hay wood farmers complain of a disease among their hogs much like the "blind staggers" in horses. Coal 'ou 'applied to tne spine is said to give instant relief. I low no water-soaked land. Many a field of heavy soil is dam' aged for the whole season by being plowed before the water is out of it, ana tne labor of subsequent tillage is greatly increased. Fences should be built in season and 8ufficent to farm seeure, especi ally between your Held and your neighbor's Good fences save a great amount of annovance; bad ones are a fertile scource of trouble. Spring grains cannot be sowed too soon after the ground is nt to plow. Prepare...

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. — 19 May 1871

FREKONT WEEKLY JOURNAL) PUBLISHED EVEBY FEIDAY, TIV A . TT. HALSLEY. CiMa fcrilvertisirraii JcbWaA icie Qxklj TEKMS OF TEE JOURNAL: Jne year, in advance, -Six month!, Tore month, - " tl,00 0 XVI RT TARUTT 0? JOB IPRINTIZSTG NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. J. X. llXXOSr, A. B. TBIXOH. LEililON A FRENCH, TTORVET8 AT LAW AND GENERAL J AGENTS. CLYDE. OHIO. Mr. LimmoB will b is hi oslos at Froaont, on Thursday of Hca week, rrompt attention given to all legal Duainesa. ' EiBax w. weslow. joskph . bamxbtt. WIXSLOW 4 BAETLETT, 1 TTOESEYSAT LAW, White's Block, torner A. of Front and Croghan streets. Prompt atten tion given to the collection of elaima and all busi ness pertaining to me (rvoeru law practice. Fremont, Augruit IS, li0. J. L. GREENE, Six ATTORNEY AND COUNBELLOB AT LAW, will attend to Legal Buaineea in Sandns- kv and adjoining aanties,Omce,coriier Boom, np- tun, Tyl r'a Block. 1311 FiiEMONT.O. B. P. BUCILAJCB. h. ztkbbtt. jab. b. fovlkb BUCKLAXD, EVERETT & FOWLER,...

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. — 19 May 1871

THE JOURNAL. A. a. 8ALS1EY, Bditor. iTiiEIS.i;OJM"r OHI- FlllD.Y, Slay 19 1871.. , REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. . Stats Reitbucin Ckxtbai. ant. Ex- 3 C0LrMEi.-3t Ohio, MaJ 2 18' . To tittc Eeftblicas Votess or Orao. Tour annual State Convention will ho hold in Colombas, on Wednesday, the 21st day of Jsue, 1S71, for the nomination of candidates for the following offices, Yiz: Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Jude of the Supreme Court, Treasurer of the State Attorney General, State CommiBsionjr of Schools, Clerk of Supreme Court, Member of Board of Public Works. The undersigned committee recommend that the meetings in the several counties for the selection of delegates, be held on Saturday, June 10th, 1870. The ba&is of representation in the Conven tion will be one delegate for every five hundred Votes cast for General Sherwood, for Secretary of State in 1570, and one addition J delegate for any fraction of two hundred and fifty votes and upwards, in each county. Sandusky County is ...

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. — 19 May 1871

THE JOURNAL. FREMONT CO., OHIO. F T1T"D AY. MV 19, 1571. TOWS ASP COUXTY HAHESS, -VOTICK M hereby giv !'. I.'V'" X t: r. --t nine. that IhtTituunc u now ufpsnd w the June installment of HOW prepare -ttnd t hi. nho. in th. Ourt Houm for that purpose until July 1st, 1871. All taxes ollectcd after tttat date will be subject i m.naitV I per oent. Ji0 P iLDKKKIN.Jr. Treasurer, Fremont, U- May 1, 171. Readables. DogoodtoalL Hoe your own row. Six frosts last week. Keep good company. Fishermen are busy. Sead ns the local news. Farmers are planting corn: It is time for strawberry festivals. The bare footed season has opened. The potatoe bog will be lively this year. The paths of glory lead bnt to the grave. Dramaticalities is a fresh Western word. The people of Kenton are not very literary. Fort Seneca has bad a ease of spotted fever. The evil deeds of some are becoming known. Gathering up riches is an agreeable torment Oak Harbor is noted for its poor sidewalks. A new brick block is being b...

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. — 19 May 1871

THE JOURNAL. THIS AND THAT. xlinv Tina c. " , HampsMre by the name of V&y, Dy trade a cooper. One bmdv e heard a number of boy PIaFDf front of hi house, and went to stop their Sabbath breaking. Assuming a grave countenance, he said to them: Eots, do you know what dxy this is? "Yes, sir, immediately replied one of the boys, "Deacon Day, the cooper." EeT. J. H." K was several years since, pastor of a Methodist Episcopal Church iu Western New York. During his sermon on a hot eummer Sunday morning Brother Austin, one of the official members of the church, fell fast asleep. Mr. K suddenly paused and called out, "Brother Austin, will you please open the window there a little? Physicians say it is very unhealthy to sleep in a close room. When Peter the Great was in France, ths Marquis "de Isesle ap peared before him every day in a new dress. "Surely ," said the Czar to him, "your tailor must be a very bad one, that he can lever fit you." Mr. Collins, of Hartford, bought, a ferocious wa...

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. — 26 May 1871

FREKONT WEEKLY JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVIBT FSLDAT, BY A. II- BALSLEY. 6oI.e:tls2s far Aivsitisiasasi JcbM nude Carta? TEEMS OF THE JOURNAL: Oct year, in adTancs, Six months, Tim months, ft,00 1,00 60 SVKRY VA3IBTT 07 JOB iPRINTINQ NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. J. K. LEXMOS. A. B. FBIKOH. LEMJdON fc FEEXCH, A TTORNEY8 AT LAW AND GENKEAL AGh.JTa. CLYDE. OHIO. Mr. Laminou Till b in his o&o at Fremont, on 1 bunds? ot each wvaJt. rrompt attention gr.Yaa lo au legal Duswess. 1 hibam w. mm&urvr. Joseph b. babtlxtt. WrXStOW & BABTLETT, 4 TTORNET8AT LAW, White's Block, corner V of Front and Crofrhan street. Prompt atten tion given to the collection ol alauns and ail DUS1 netu pertaining to the general law practice. Fremont, August IS, 1870. J. L. GREENE, Saw. ATT0ENEY AND C0TJN8ELLOE AT LAW, will attend to Legal Business in Sandus ky and diominircantlt;S,(mee,coruer.tioom)up' stairs, Tyler's Block, FEEMONT.O. B. P. BUCXULHD. H. EVEBETT. JAB. E. FOWXIB BUCKLAND, E VEB.E...

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. — 26 May 1871

THE JOURNAL. A. H . B ALSLET, Editor. FREMONT. OHIO. FIIID1Y. Rlav 25. 1871. Republican County Convention. The Bepublican. of SaB.Ju.ir CoontT are re quested to meet at the Club Boom in Fremont, on Saturday, the 1 'f '""' "f ' forthepurpo! of tmg iub- de ep.te.te prent this County in the nt nnl Repub lieu Btt Convention, to be keld in the City of Columbus, on w-sdnedr, r "e next Tbii County is entitled to representation m t oat aelegates in said State ConrenUon. A full attendance is desirable. Br order of the Central Committee. A. H. Balsley, Chmn: The 6hock of an earthquake waB felt in Toronto, Canada, on the 22d. John W. Fuller has been appoin ted Collector of Revenue for the 10th District. The Versaillist troops possess all of Paris, and the civil war is virtu ally ended. The Commune has about closed out its interest in Paris to the Ver saillist Government Vice President Colfax has been finite sirk dnrinff the rjast week, but is 6omewhat improved. The memlers of the Joint High Co...

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. — 26 May 1871

THE JOURNAL. raSMOHT BAKDUSKY CO., OHIO. FEIDAY, May 8. 1871. Towamxd Cocm Matters. TKEASlKtil' VCTIC1S it hereby (rive 1 baniiuak J couniy. a KOIKE. the Tai Payers of now an-Daml to nxira t!i June installment of ' . ... j It .ttanri If h v taxes lor ii i. ' -l t i -,, h,m, t,r tnt purpose until Julv 1st. 1871. All tx soil'ed after that date will be iubject J0 P. iLDtliKIN. Jr., Treasurer, Fremont, O- Hay 1, U71. Readables. Court continues in session. Tiffin city h&s a clerk at last. . For foreign new see supplement TTrbana is troubled with burglars. Fast driving is prohibited in Tiffin. Good servant girls are hard to find. Burglars are infesting Ottawa county. The balloon business is good, in Kenton. Vandalism is prevolont in Upper Saudusky. "Only waiting for" strawberries and cream. Mansfield is to have a strawberry festival soon. Young men in Elmore are guilty of dark deeds. Savage dogs run at large, in Upper San dusky. Councilmen in Tiffin prsctioe a game called potash. "Bro...

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. — 26 May 1871

THE JOURNAL. CLIPPINGS. The State of Ohio expanded this last year in support of her pnbhc schools $7, 150, 5CS. 03 being in crease orer the year before of $619, 773.22. It is pleasant to know, upon the authority of a veteran statistician, thit in 1930 the population oi the United States will be 179,000,000. How, then, we will look , back with back' with contempt upon this day of email things ! "Mother," said little Ned, one mor nicfr, after having fallen out of bed, "I think I know why I fell out of bed last night. It was because 1 6lept too near where I got in." Musing a little while as in doubt whther he had given the rislit explanation, he ad ded: "Xo. that wasn't the reason: it was because I slept too near where I fell out" The trades-union in London,repre- sentingno less than 700,000 men, members of the various trades-unions all the country, has solemnly resol ved that for the future, recourse shall in no case or place be had to a strike, but that all disputes shall bp referred...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 26 May 1871

EUROPE. THE WAR IN FRANCE. PROBABLE END OF THE REVOLUTION. LUTION. Paris Entered by the Versaillists. GREAT PANIC IN THE CITY. Paris, 51 iy 20. Two spies were shot yes terday. Four individuals hare been coudpmned to death for alleged connection with the recent powder magazine explosion, near the Champs le Mars. The journals of the Commune declare that the federal positions everywhere are strong, their orgauizfttion improved, and confidence in the future greately strengthened. An important engagement is reported to have occurred to day near Auteil and Fassy. The result is a yet unknown. Fort Montrouge still holds oat. The Governor of Fort Uicetre has been ar rested. The Versaillists in the Bois de Boulogne have made several distinct attempts to storm the ramparts of Paris, but in no case was the assault a serious one. A great number of fed eral troops have been concentrated at the threatened point. The bastions lacing the German position, are being actively repaired. The minority par...

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 June 1871

la FREMONT WEEKLY JOURNAL PCTBLISHED ETIBT FRIDAY, BY A. II. BALSLEY. TEKM3 OF THE JOURNAL: thie year, in dYanc, " " i S.x month, - - - Tiiree mouths, " " (2,00 ,00 60 kvtkt vARiirr or JOB PRINTING NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. J. X. UisMON. A. B. FBXHCH. LEMSION A FRENCH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND GENERAL AGENTS, CLYDE, OHIO. Mr. Lemnum will b in his ofiio at FrsmoDt, on Thursday of wach week, prompt, attention given to all lutrkl business. 7 J. T. GAEVEB, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio, offer hi prolwuioniil services to sll requiring leg-al bunew done m iiy of the Court of Sandusky Countr; viil also attend to the oolloction of claim. Oihoe in Tyler' block, onCioghan street. EIBAX W. WLXSLOW. JOSEPH K. BABTLETT. WTNSLOW & BABTLETT, TTORNEY8 AT LAW, White's Block, corner yy. ol Front and Croghan street. Prompt atten tion ir'.von to the collection of claims and all buai nes pertaining to the general law practice. Fremont, August 15, 1870. J. L. GREENE, Six. ATTORNEY AND...

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