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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 2 June 1871

THE JOURNAL. A. H.BALSLEY, Editor. r-REMOIT , OHIO. FuIDAY, Jaue 2, 1S71. Republican County Convention. The .Republicans of Sandu.iT County are re queued to meet st the Club Boom to Fremont, on SatMrda. the lOth dW f '" ' for the purpose of .electing stable delegates to repreatthisCoantr tothenert ra,o.-d Epub Bn Stat Convention, to be held in the City of Column on Wedneriay, the 2 let day of June next. This County entitled to a representation of four delegates in ssid State Convention. A full attendance is desirable. By ordor of the Central Committee. Hay 25th, 1871: A. H. Balslii, Chmn. Vice President Colfax is much improved in health. President Gkaxt started for Long Branch on Wednesday. His family went with him. The Sex ate has ratified the treaty consummated by the Joint High Commission, by a vote, of 50 to 12. We are indebted to Hon. E. F. Dickinson for bound volumes of the Congressional Globe for the Second Session of the 41st Congress. The Ottawa Jfews accepts the "new depar...

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. — 2 June 1871

THEJURNAL. PEEMONT SANsl'SK'Sr CO., OEIO. FRIDAY, June 2, 1871. Towsixd Gqcwy Hatters. IHFlSlKttt'S SOTU'E. WTOTIE whereby rive the Tat Ptym of X hnJuT Sun w, Ohio, ht the Treasurer is the Jne instaUment of taxes lor 1S71, and will t ! the Court House tor that purport until July 1st, 1871. AU taxes selected after that date will be subject to a penalty of live percent. Pnl" p. LDiiKKlN. Jr., Treasurer, Fremont, O., May 1, 1871. 18-23 Strawberry Festival. The Teacher of the. Presbyteriau Sunday School will give a 6TKA.W BERRY FESTIVAL at the Church Parlors, on Thursday evening, J une 9th, to which all are invited. Befrosh- ments will consist of Strawberries, Ico Cream, Lemonade, &c. Readables. Court is still in session. Strawberries last week. Sheep shearing progresses Ninety degrees, on Sunday. Wool market opens at 40tl6c. Burglars prowl about Wauseon. Perrysburg has a four legged chicken. Immense crowd in town last Saturday. For fine job work, come to the Journal office. Sandusk...

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. — 2 June 1871

THE JOURNAL. CALEB AND RUTH. Uncle Caleb and Euth his wife, Caring title for outside weather, Fifty years of their wedded lif o Spent in this tiny house together. Mossy the roof and gray the wall, Narrow the window low the door; But lore's cwn sunlight hallowed it all, From raftered ceiling to sanded floor. ' Silent to-dav; bni silver sweet Voices of children long ago, Keeping time to their restless feet, Followed the mother to and frr. Scattered afar from East to West, Seeking their fortunes far and wide; So one stays in the oldea nest, Where such beautiful memories kido. Caring naught for the desolate pain Of the wind in the pine tree tops, Caring naught for the grieving rain That so sadly over them drops. Heeding as little the sunbeam's kiss, Failing sweet from the summer sky, In a narrower house than this Caleb and Euth together lie. Up where -the many mansions wait, Is there, I wonder, a sottage small Not too stately its pearly gate, Not too Viminjr golden wall Where these two ...

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. — 9 June 1871

FREKCNT WEEKLY JOURNAL PUBLISHED ETXBT FSLDAY, BY A. H. BALSLEY. , XEHMS OF THE JOUKXAL: One year, in advance, - -Six months, - - . -Tiirea. months, - $2,00 1,00 60 EVERT YARIKT OF JOB MlHSTTING NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. LilGAL. J. X. LXJCXON. A. B. FRENCH. LEHMOX & FBENCH, Jt TTORNEYS AT LAW AND GENERAL JV AubNis, CLYDE. OHIO. Mr. Lemmon will be id bit oifroe at Fremont, on 1 nurmiaT ot each week. Fro-opt attention given xo ail legal Dusmeas. J. T. GASVEB, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio, offers his professional services to all requiring les-al business Uone in any of the Courts of Bandueaj County; will also attend to the collection of claims. Othoe in Tyler's Block, on Grog-nan street. HXRAJt W. WISSLO W. JOSEPH K. BAETLETT. WIXSLOW & BAKTLETT, a TTORNEYS AT LAW, White's Block, corner . of Front and urogtian streets. Prompt atten tion given to the collection of claims and all busi ness pertaining to the general law practioe. Fremont, August 1A, 1870. J. L...

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. — 9 June 1871

she laid down the law, as to-how I was to vote. This i3 all. Neither she, nor her father and mother, brothers and sisters, nor myself, can ever forget you." , THE JOURNAL. A. H.BALSLEY, Editor. FRIDAY, Jaae 9, 1S71. Republican County Convention. ih. Ranublicans of Sandusky County are re- auested to meet at the Club Boom in Fremont, on for the purpose of selecting suitable delegates to rt'-, re ient tu, County in the next annual Eepub- lijan rttate Convention, to bo held in the City of Coiumbus, on Wednesday, the 21st day of Jime nest. This County ia entitled to a representation of four delegates in said State Convention. A full attendance is desirable. By order of the Central Committee. May 23th, 18T1: A. H. Balslex, Chmn: Mixisteu Scuexck arrived at Liv erpool on the 3d. Matters are getting more quiet in Paris, and the people begin to re sume confidence. Horace Gkeeli is willing to ac cept the nomination for the Presi 'i - n-Tion ft. is offered him: Not ; U J nuvu - .'..i. .,.n(rcm...

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. — 9 June 1871

THEJOURNAL. FREMONT SANDUSKY CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, June 9. 1871. TOWS AXO GOLXTY H.1TTR$. TKEASIKEU'S SOXICE. iwn.'E . fc.h rim the Tas Payer of now Drecarea to reiiVe tho June, installment of taxesfor 1871, and wiii atf"" at nu omce intne Cnurt House lor that purpoe until J uly In, 1871. AU taxes eoilected ltjr that date Will be subject to pendtv ot fcre PerJT. ,ri-. r JNO r. Je.i-ur.ia.i,,r., ireasurer, Fremont, O., My 1, 1SU. Readables. Strawberries are abundant. Dan Rice's Show it coming. ' Court adjourned last Saturday. A fine Booking rain on Sunday. D. Betts is buying wool this season. Belic-Tue is bound to have a fair this year. Decoration day was observed at Bellevue: The Honroeville Spectator has been enlarged A delightful shower on Tuesday afternoon. A gas company has been organized at Find lay. Wool is bringing a better price than last year. Pigeons are destroying the wheat in Wood county. ' Two runaways last Saturday, but neither did much damage. The real and personal appra...

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. — 9 June 1871

THE JOURNAL. COURTIN'. BY JAMES RUSSELL. God makes sech nights, all white and till Fur's you can loelc or listen. Moonshine an' biiow on field an' hill. All silence an' all glisten. ZvUe crep' rip quite unbeknown, And peeked thru the winder, An' there sot Muidyall alone, 1th no one nigh to bender. A fire-place filled the room's one side, With a half a cord o' wood in There waul no stores (tell comfort died) To hake you to a puddin'. The wa'nut logs shot sparkles out Towards the pootiest, bless her! And leetle flames danced all about The china on the dresser. Agin the chimblcy crook-necks hung, An' in amongst 'em rusted The ole queen's arm thet gran'ther Young Fetched back from Concord busted. The very room, coz she was in. Seemed warm from floor to ceilin', An' she looked full ez rosy agin Ez the apples she was peelin'. Twas kind o' kingdom-come to look On sech a blessed creetur; A dog-rose blushin' to a bro ok Aint mod ester or sweeter. He was six foot o' man, A 1, Clear grit and h...

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. — 16 June 1871

FREMONT WEEKLY JOURNAL rUBLISHED EYXEY FKIDAY, BY A. H- BALSLEY. Uti ;..ujJJ .J. iilwli TEEMS OF THE JOURNAL: One year, in advance, - " 8ir months, Thre monthl, - ti.OO 1,00 60 KVEBT VARIETY OF JOB lRHSTTIZSTG -NEATi-Y AND QUICKLY DONE. iiusiness Directory. J. J. LEltSIOJi. A. B. FBEKCH, LEilMON & FBEXCK, ' TTORTvETS AT LAW AND GENERAL AGENTS. CLYDE. OHIO. iiir. Ummun ill b in hi othe at Frwniont, on Thurt'liy of aach mt. Prompt attention given to all K.: business. I . J. T. GAETEB, A TT01i.NET AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio, offer J his prohtssional services to all requiring legal business done in any of the Court of Kandusky Countv; wili alo suend to the collection of claims. Omre in Tylers Block, onirognan street. HIBAM W. WIXSLOW. JOSEPH E. BAETLETT. . WIXSLOW & BAETLETT, V" T roBX EY3 AT LAW, White's Block, eorner of Front and Croghan streets. Prompt atten tion given to toe collection ol claims ana au Dual news pertaining to the general law practica. Fremont, August 15, loiO. J....

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. — 16 June 1871

"Ella," came in distinct articula tion. . "'hatdo yaa hear?" asked the toother. 'Hark! hark! hark!" repeated the child. With tears standing in her eyes, Mrs. A very BDrang up, placed the boy in a seatcaucht of PRPer from the tablo, and wrote a few words upon it This she handed to the justice, who read it, and nodded as Then the mother, turning to her boy said: "Gcorgie, mamma is going to pray. .. Instantly the boy closed his eyes, and folded his hands acros3 his breast And the mother rapeated, in slow and earnest words: ' Oh, thou father of the orphan, and the widow' God, protect this ; mother and her child.". There waa quite a pause before the little fellow opened his eyes and unfolded his hands. Then he ex tended them to his mother, and clung to her with all his strength, refusing to be. removed from her. Those words had brought back recollection, and all waa with him as if he had neyer been seperated from that par . ect. : : The justice held up the paper, and his utterance was ch...

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. — 16 June 1871

THE JOURNAL. FREMONT oANCCSKY CO., OHIO. FRIDAY. June 16 1S71. Tow ixo Cocm Hitters. TBEISCBEB'S NOTICE. X-OTIOE ii hareby given th J'" Pavers of Q.BBmnntT. Ohio, that the Treasurer is now prepared to Moi.w the June installment of Ciurt Uoase for tht purpose until July 1st, 1871. AU tun iwileored after that date willbe subject to a poaaltr of five percent. JXO P. ELD fcEtON. Jr., Treasurer. Fremont, O., Hay 1, 187 1. l-28 Readables. Kenton is to have gas. Cora is growing finely. Forepaugh it traveling this way. Laughter brighten! the eyes and aids diges tion. Wheat promises well, and larmers are happy. There are 93 places in Zanesville, where liquor is sold. Three boys were fined for fishing with nets at Tiffin, last week. There were 602 births and 107 deaths in Crawford county last year. Vineland, If. J., bos a population of 10,000, and not a liquor shop in it. The work on the new addition to the Court House is progressing rapidly. J. A. Colder, M. D-, from Euntsvilie, Logan county...

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. — 16 June 1871

THE JOURNAL. THE DIMPLED CHIN. I kinase, tie baby on its chin, (Just when the nurse-nuud turned wy) the dimple oft end iweet .Uit bars, who ihcrcld hT been my May. J-iifi lot kin its bright black eye, Xiy had iU fail-art foreign rtare; J 04 lot touch the ruddy cheek, Sx stroke the dark and curling hair. The mother's fae I scarcely see, For I turned away my head in pain From those soft eyes and sunny looks, Sending my sad thoughts back again To hours when I believed her true, Promising love for evermore; And starlight saw me set the seal On a dimpled chin by the cottage door. Sometimes her carriage thunders by; . From its careless splash I shrink aside, And set my teeth together hard, Seeing the rich man at her side. I see it now these toil-worn hands Were never fit to clasp her own; Heaven knows I loved her well enough To give her, if I could, a throne. 2Vs ight I did the boy no wrong; Sit oh! the bitter pang it gave fk jj fierce its hand, in anger raised, t rock at me as I were a s...

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. — 23 June 1871

F5E"GNT WEEKLY JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY, BY A. H- BALSLEY. Co'hcfijnsforiiTfirtisirpnd Jcb Work made Quarterij TEK1IS OF THE JOURNAL: One year, in advance, -Six months, - - -TUree mouths, .... $2,00 1,00 63 I VERT VARIETY OF JOB IJRI2STTI2SrG NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. X. UXMOK, A. B. ITtENCH. LEJIMON & FRENCH, TTORNEYS AT LAW AND GENERAL J:. Airi-NTa. CLYDE, OHIO. Mr. Ummoa wlil b in hi orbce at Fremont, on Thursday of each week. Frooipt attention given u ail ies;ai uumness. J. T. OAKYXR, a TTORNEY AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio, offers J his proffcuMooal services to all requiring leyal business done in any of the Conrta of Sandusky Coauty; will also a-.ivna to uie collection ol cuum Omee m 1 Tier s moca, on croguan street. HIEAJC W. W1N3LOW. JOSEPH B. BAETLKTT. WIXSLOW 4 BARTLETT, TTORNEYS AT LAW, White's Block, earner I ot r rant and urognan streets. Prompt atten tion given to the collection of claima and all busi ness pertaining to the general law practice. Fr...

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. — 23 June 1871

THEV JOURNAL. A.H.BALSLEY, Editor. FJREJlIOlSrT. OHIO. F&IDIY, Jane 23, 1871. The State Convention. Telegraphic dispatches say the Republican Convention held yesterday was the most enthusiastic and satisfactory of any for many years. Every county was represen ted, and every part of the proceed ings passed off pleasantly. The platform was adopted with entire unanimity and great rejoicing. The contest ou several candidates was earnest, but without the slightest ill feelinjr. Nothing could be more grand and inspiring than the enthu siasm witn which O-en. lNoyes was made standard bearer, which was only intensified by the magnificent speech in which he accepted the nomination. The selection of Jacob Mueller, of Cleveland, for Lieutenant Governor, was a most acceptable recognition of the large German element of the party. The following is the ticket norui nated : For Governor, Gen. E. F. Noyes, of Hamilton. For Lieutenant Governor, Jacob Mueller, of Cuyahoga. For Supreme Judse, Wm. II...

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. — 23 June 1871

THE JOURNAL. rKEMONT CO., CHIO, FRIDAY, June 23.' 1871. TOWS AXD COUXTY HATTERS. THLASlHtK'S NOTICE. "VOTI E is hereby given the Tax Payer of i fcAnduskv count?. Ohio, tht the rre&aurer la now prepared to receive the Jane installment of luxe lur la, 1, ana wui kkiiu i uio uuice ra me dart Hoase tor that purpoee until Julv 1st, 1871. All ujtm collected lter that date wiU be subject to a penalty of nvs oar cent. iXO r. tLDtP-KIil. Jr., Treasurer. Fremont, O., May 1, 16: 1. 18-2J Readables. Crops look well. Collections axe slow. -Ice is in good demand. , Oue new arrival last week. AU ii quiet at Rollers viHe, Findlay has poor sidewalks. Baaswood Lata are all the rage. Crane & Wykes axe selling out. Clyde has a four-footed rooster. The poetomce is beag enlarged. Wheat is ripening rery rapidly. Beggars are staying in the shade. Farmers hare a cheering prospect. Tort Clinton has a qointett orchestra. Harvest-' ig wi'l commence next week. Burglars trouble the stores in Napoleon. Th...

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 June 1871

THE JOURNAL. MAUD MILLER'S REPLY. That Sammer'i day is in memory jet, Through its golden sun is forever Bet And through the field, of remembrance stray, The fragrant ent of the new own Stilfhvw for me in it. sweet surprise " The kindly glance of those stranger eye.. Eat our paths in life were wide apart,, And what to thee was this simple heart? A different speech, and a dress, more gay Were theirs who dweU on your daily way. For me the task and the endless toil; For thee of fortune the richest spoil. For me the waking of breezy mom; For thee the dance and the long till dawn. For me the facet with sunshine burned; For thee the beauty that mine had spurned. For me Tain struggle and vainer prayers; For thee the freedom of grosser cares. For me the place of lowly birth Gave 'mid the unheard of men of earth; For thee the stamp of an ancient name, And a path from thv childhood smoothed to fame. . What lay between us when by thy side I stood in that Summer? Naught but pride. My cheok with ...

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 June 1871

FREKQNT WEEKLY JOURNAL ' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, BY A. II. BALSLEY. H II .. . . . .- . r l in i t n WKlscta loiiivsftisicgiad m wart wt yaane.i TEEilS OF THE JOURNAL: Uie year in advance, - -Six months, ..- , . - " Three months, 2,ru 1,00 . EVERY VABIBTT OT job minting NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. J. X. LEHMOS. A. B. FEESCU. LEJIMOX & FRENCH, " ' 1 TTOUNEY8 AT LAW AND GENERAL AUENTS. CLYDE. OHIO. Mr. ljenimou will be in hi office at Fremont, on Thursday of each week, i'roxpt attention (jiven to all legal business. ' !- J. T. GARTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio, offers his prolessioual services to all requiring leral business done in any of the Court ot Sandusky County; will also attend to thecollection ot' claims. Onioe in Tyler's Block, on Croghan street. HIBAJt W. WINSLO-ST. JOSEPH E. BAETLETT. WINSLOW & BAETLETT, T FORNEYS AT LAW, White's Block, corner . of rout and Crogltan streets. Prompt atten tion given to the collection of elaima and all busi ness ...

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 June 1871

pretentions, playing'. -on Little Bessie Mills is . , ,1 a narp ot a tnousanu strings. And where are those who in the dim past raised their voices in "gratitude to their Maker. If you would eteo into the grave vara, preen n--r-.a ni white marble will teU better than I could. GERTIE A. WICKHAM. Huron, O., April 5th, 1871. THE JOURNAL. A.H. BALSLEY, Editor. FREMONT, OHIO. FRIDAY, June 30, 1871. The Connelsville Railroad, con necting the Baltimore and Ohio, from Cumberland, Md., with Pitts burgh, was formally opened on Mon day last Internal Revenue Assessors are now beiDs removed at the rate of about fifty per week, for the purpose of a further consolidation of the force of the bureau. These remov als are not confined to any particu lar section of the country. The Methodist Book Concern em brolio continues, although the com mittee expected to make an end of it by expelling Dr. Lanahan, by a vote of 11 to 4. The Board of Bishops have reversed the decision and reinstated the Doctor, and ...

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. — 30 June 1871

THE JOURNAL. FREMONT SANDUSKY CO., OHIO. FREMONT SANDUSKY CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, June 30, 1871. TOWN AND COUNTRY MATTERS. Sice rocosmOB- .TnT, u hebr (riven nXed ProPl NiSedat tba Auditor'! Ottice.Fre. A 7r KIfHI Ju'V H'th, la, at two o'clock P M- ta nw tlT. Court Rim. Said pUn ortlaDA anoaiso tuU and compete specillMtiuiu of the work to be don. sliaU be open to inspection at U iMt)ie nour. between the date ot this no tice Mid the making ot tiu eonn-act, the contract to be compleied on or before October the first, 1871: Th. bo muonen xsaerre the right to reject or proposals. GEO. W. GUEST, County Auditor. June JSth. ls;i. 36-27 ANNOUNCEMENTS. W. O. PAEKEE, ol Huron County, will be a candidate for nomination for th position of State Senator, subject to the de-ision of the District Senatorial Convention. Readables. Barley harvest last week. Mansfisld is growing last Kenton is improving rapidly. Wheat harvesting has commenced. Vacoleon will celebrate the Fourth. There is to be a stock fair...

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. — 30 June 1871

THE JOURNAL. A DOUBLE TRAGEDY. A STORY OF THE STAGE. "Frcm Lere you get a fine view of tlieste; steady yourself by tlie rope ancl look dowD. I'll be with you in a moment. He ran into the dressing room from whence the voice proceeded, and St. John stepped out upon a lit tle platform, hastily built for the launching of an ii'rialcar in some grand spectacle. Glad to ecape meeting him, I was about to go on, when, from an obscure corner, a dark figure glided noiselessly to the door and leaned in. I caught a momen tary glimpse f a white extended arm and the glitter of steel, then came a crv of mortnl four a Iipnn . - , J fall; and flying swiftly down the gallery the figure disappeared With one leap I reached the door, and looked in; the raft hung broken, the platform was empty. At that instant Keen rushed out, demanding what had happened, and scarcely knowing what I said, I answered iiur ridly. "The rope broke and he fell." Keen gave me a strange look, and dashed down stairs. I followed, ...

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. — 7 July 1871

vtiss FREKONT WEEKLY JOURNAL rCBLISnilD EVERY FRIDAY, BY A. H- BALSLEY. u;;i!:ai25,!irur5nisiigiiii jeb usu mas uracil n ti i i i J J-L ' r... J - n i TEEMS OF THE JOURNAL: Oue year, iu advance, -iS ix mouths, - Taree mouths, ..... t2,00 EVERT VARIETT OF NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. LEGAL. J. X. LESCXON. L. B. FRENCH. LEMMON & FRENCH, . ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND GENERAL AGENTS, CLYDE, OHIO. Mr. Lemmon will be in hia omee At Fremont, on Thursday of each week. i'roDpt attention given to ail legal business. 7 J. T. GABVER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio, offers his professional service to all requiring leeal business done in any of the Courts of 6anduky County; will also attend to the collection of claims. Omcc in Tyler's Block, on Croghan street. HIBAJt W. WIXSLOW. JOSEPH R. BABTLBTT. WINSLOW & BAETLETT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, White's Block, corner of Front and Croghan streets. Prompt atten tion given to the collection of claims ano all busi ness pertaining to the geuera...

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