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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 11 August 1871

FREMONT WEEKLY JOURNAL! PUBLISHED EY EE Y FKID AY, BY A. II- BALSLEY. telicitoikirtai Jib Wad cade Quarterlj m. m mm TERMS OF THE JQVBSaUa .ntraov i n A ! VH.TI ft A . - $2,00 XalV J WW, a i Six month, - - - " " 60 ' XVIRY YARIKTT OT JOB PRINTING- NEATLY AND QUICKLY DON.. 'Business Directory. J, Jt- LEKMON. A. B. FBEKCH. LEJJMON & FRENCH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND GENERAL AGtSTo, CLYDE, UEIO. Mr. Lemmoii will be in ha oitice at Fremont, on Thursday of each week. Frompt attentioa given t to ail legal business. I. T. GAR VEIL 1 TTOENEY AT LAV, Fremont, Ohio, offers A hprofeioil services to all requiring -legal fiin,d7inany of the Courts ol SaadusVv cSSStTU a a?id to theUection of cLaxms. oSm m lytar'a Block, on Crogiiaa street. KUUJt W. VISSLOW. JOSEPH B. BABTLETT. WTXSLOW & BARTLETT, TTOSKET8 AT LAW, White's Block, comer Aront ndCroghMl.treet Prompt atten tion 24 to the collection of cUimsand all buai- lertaining to the general law practice. TXmCAcguat , ?0- J. L. GREENE, Sis. A v...

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. — 11 August 1871

CXTRAOnDinARY TOT. A. BICE & BROS'. LARGE CASH DRY GOODS STORE Are now ofiering DRESS GOODS AT LOWER PRICES. Onr new Black Abacas reduced 20 cents on a yard. Our Plain Alpacas reduced 15 cents on a yard. Our Plaid Mohairs reduced 20 cent3 on a yard. Oar French Poplins reduced 20 cents on ayard. Our Irish Poplins, in all shades, re duced to $10.00 a pattern. Onr entire stock of White Goods reduced 20 per cent. Cor stock of Notions and Hosiery reduced 15 per cent Have you examined the Ginghams, damaged by fire, which we are sell Ing at one shilling per yard. Have you seen the wide Flannels, in plain plaids and checks, at Rice & Bros., at the old price. Have you examined the Water proof Cloakinsrs that Wm. A. Rice & Bros, are now offering at less than last year's price only per yard Wm. A. Rice fe Bros, havo the largest stock of Sash Ribbons and Trimming Ribbons in the city. The largest stock of Carpets in city at old prices. . In anticipation of the advance Wool our buyer ...

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. — 11 August 1871

THE JOURNAL. FREMONT SAKDCSKY CO., OHIO. ;FEIDAY, August 11. 1871. Town axo ten Hatters. Readables. Bugs are everywhere. Monday was a quiet day. Hark! and hear the skeotera sing. Mansfiold will soon have street railroads. How affectionate the fiiea are these days. Hou. C. Foster was in the city on Monday. Johnny Quilter drives a handsome mule. Geo. Hurdick has sold out bis livery bust Fred Vanderoook has returned from a trip west. Troublesome bills Musquito's. Often pro tested. The Odd Fellows of Clyde have a new organ in their hail. Clyde wh furnished a sensation, by -an elopement, last week. They macadamize the streets, in Findlay, with dead men's bones. Most of the carriages iu the city were in use, last Sabbath afternoon. All Tiffin turned out to catch a measel, the other day, and then didn't get it. There are many places about tbe city where new side-walks are badly needed. We have had good ague weather lately, and people are shaky in consequence. II a man is obliged to go with...

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. — 11 August 1871

THE JOURNAL. HOW TO MANAGE HIM. How shall yon "manage jour husband?" - I will tell you, nsy dear, if I can. Ha is reaDy a wonderful creature, That troublesome annual man. Tea, really a wonderful creature, Inconsistent and queer, But you'd soon know the secret by learning The modus operandi, my dear. If he any too late in the evening, Partaking of supper and wine, Dont prove him a base fabricator, VThen he comes, by asking the time. For be surely will tell you the town clock Bat a moment before rang out one When it struck he had counted it over Just three times before it had done. And then if his hat in the morning Is smaller by far than his head, Don't think by the merest allusion That his lordship went tipsy to bed; But rather regard the occurrence, A phenomenon, puzzling, queer, With a strange look of mystification In your eyes, if he's watching, my dear. And don't fail to sew on his buttons, And mend all his clothing with care; Don't tease him for money for shopping; Don't frown ...

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. — 18 August 1871

FREMONT WEEKLY" JOURNAL f ' 1'DEUsHED EVERY FRIDAY, BY : A. II- BALSLEY. TER1IS OF THE JOURNAL: One year, in advance, - 'iTm Six months, Three mouth, ou H; KVEKr TARIETT OK JOBPBINTING NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. rr-'sinc3 Directory. 1. M. LkjlHOX.' --" ' A. B. FEKKCII. LEMUON & FRENCH, ATrORNEYS AT LAW -AND GENERAL AGESTS, tI.YDE,OHK. Mr. la o w:U be ic hi oihoe at Fremont, on Thun-toy of each prompt atfc .-aiwa given to au leal business. A i J. T. O iRVKBj ATTORNEY AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio, offers hie professional services to all requiring leral business done in any of the Courts of bsndusay Ooimtw will also attend to the collection of claims, m iyler Bica, on Croghan street. HlSilt W. WINBLOW.' JOSEPH B. BAMXETT. w wesslow & babtlett, ATroRNEY8 AT LAW. White's Block, corner of Front and Croghan streets. - Prompt atten tion given to the collection of claims ami all busi ness pertaining to the general law practice, Fremont, August ii, 1870. fi iJ. L. g&EEKE.Sxs. ATTORNEY AND ...

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. — 18 August 1871

EXTRAGnDiriARY JVM. A. RICE & BEOS'. LARGE GASH DRY GOODS STORE Are now offering DRESS GOODS AT LOWER PKICES. Out new Black Alpacas reduced 20 cents on a yard. Our Plain Alpacas reduced 15 cents on a yard. Our Plaid Mohairs reduced 20 cent3 on a yard. Our French Poplins reduced 20 cents on a yard. Our Irish Poplins, in all shades, re duced to $10.00 a pattern. Our entire stock of White Goods redaced 20 per cent. Our stock of Notions and Hosiery reduced 15 per cent Have you examined the Ginghams, damaged by fire, which we are sell ing at one shilling per yard. Have you seen the wide Flannels, in plain plaids and checks, at Rice & Bros., at the old price.' Have you examined the Water proof Cloakings that Wm. A. Rice & Bros, are now offering at less than last year's price only $1 per yard. Wm. A. Rice & Bros, havo the largest stock of Sash. Ribbons and Trimming Ribbons in the city. The largest stock of Carpets in the city at old prices. In anticipation of the advance in...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 18 August 1871

THE JOURNAL; FREMONT SANDUSKY CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, August 18. 1871. Tows ixd Couxty Hitters. UNITED-REUNION Of the 8th, 49th and Of the 8th, 49th and Regiments Ohio Infantry, and the 3d and 10th Ohio Cavalry. Arrangement have been made for a Rc naion of the bore regiments at Fremont, Ohio, on the 13th day of September, A. P. 1871. All soldiers of the vicinity, and their friends, axe invited to attend. Buiiness meetings will be held by the several regiments at 11 o'clock, A.M., a follows: Eighth in Shomo's Hall. Forty-ninth in Birchard's Hall. Seventv-seoond in Mammoth Hal!. Third )hio Cavalnr in Union Hall. Tenth Ohio Cavalry, in Hall in Buckland's Uld Block. At 1 P. M. a procession will be formed and inarch to thi grove where refreshments will be erred, and several gentlemen will address the soldiers and people. Feakk Sawyer, Ltl CoL 8th Ohio, W. 11. Gibson, CoL 49th Onio. J. E. Babtlstt, CoL 49th Ohio. K. P. BotaXAJTO, Col. 72d Ohio. C. U. Eatojj, CoL 72d Ohio. Louis Zabm, Col. 3d O...

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. — 18 August 1871

THE JOURNAL. THE EDITORS' GUESTS [Read at the Michigan Editorial Association.] [Read at the Michigan Editorial Association.] BY WILL M. CARLETON. The e-litor satin blTaTnchun, ihiB oounte nca furrowed with care. Hi. mi" at the bottom of bunna. hi feet at the top oi the efcair, Hi. ehair-arln an elbow supporting, hi right hand upholding his head, His eves on his durty old table, with difterent " documents spread: There were thirty long pages from Howler, with underlined capital topped And short disquisition from Growler, reques ting hi newspaper stopped; There were lyrics from Gnsher the poet, con cerning swet flowrets and zephyrs, And a stray gem from PloddeT the fanner, describing a couple of heifers. There were billets from beautiful maidens, and bills from a grocer or two. And hi? best leader hitched to a letter, which - Ntfiquired if he wrote it or whoP There were raptures of praises from writers, of the smooth and meiiftuous school. And one of the rival's last papers, informing...

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. — 25 August 1871

fFf.EKOST WEEKLY JOURNAL PUBLISHED XVERT FKLDAY, ' BY A. H- BALSLEY. TEEMS OF THE JOU&NAi: One year, in advance, -Six mouths. -Three months, - 2,00 1,00 60 ' kvht taxistT off .'. ".a job ;pkintijstq NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. :inc-3 Directory. J. It. LEXX03. A. B. FEKKCH. LEHMON & FHEXCH, 1 TTORNFT3 AT LAW AND GENEEAL A .S fIT.vr.F..OEIO. Mr. Leramon ill be in his oitice at Fremont, on Thursday of week. I'roupt attention given to all legal bosi'ieas. - -J. T. GAKVEIl, t TTORKEY AT LAW, Fremont. Ohio, offers A bisprolwBionalservicesto all requiring leyd rJwmw. done in any of the Court. , ol bandusav Cauty- also uena 10 coueoi'"" Crovh&n street. jmi iu a j - tjiElK V. WINSLOW. JOSKTH B. B1ETLETS. WIXSLOW & BAKTLETT, k TTOENEYS AT LAW, White's Block, corner A 0 Front ana urognau iiiwu. iramP tion given to the collection of claim ml all buil- j aeai pertaining w ' - iremoni, August IS, 1'" J. L.GREENE, Sks. TTOElfEY AXD COUKf-ELLOR AT LAW, A Will attend to jegm ius""- kyan...

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. — 25 August 1871

CKTHAOnSiriARY RICE & XROS'. WIT. A. LARGE CASH DRY GOODS STORE Are nowofering DRESS GOODS AT LOWEB PRICES. rw now "Rlarlr AlDacas reduced 20 rents on a yard. Our Plain Alpacas reduced 15 cents on a yard. Our Plaid Mohairs reduced 20 cento on a yard. Our French Poplins reduced 20 cents . ... on a yard. Our Irish Poplins, in all shades, re duced to $10.00 a pattern. r,. en RtAck of WTiite Goods Vli reduced 20 per cent Our stock of Notions and Hosiery 1 ; reduced 15 per cent " Have you examined the Ginghams, damaged by fire, which we are sell ing at one shilling per yard. Have you seen' the wide Flannels, in plain plaids and checks, at Rice &15ros., at the old price. Have you examined the Water proof Cloakings that Win. A. Rice & Bros, are low offering at less than last year's price only $1 per yard. Wm. A. F.ice & Bros, have the largest stock of Sash Ribbons and Trimming Ribbons in the city. The largest stock of Carpets in the city at old prices. - In anticipation of ...

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. — 25 August 1871

THE JOURNAL. FREMONT SANDUSKY CO., CEIO. FRIDAY, August 25, 1871.. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. WARD MEETINGS. The Republican voters of the First W ard of Fremont, are requested to assemble at the Club Room in Buckland's Block, ou Wednes day evening, August 30th, at 8 o clock, to make choice of eight Delegates to represent them in the County Convention. BY ORDER OF WARD COMMITTEE. Republican voters of the Second Ward, are requested to meet at the office of J. L. Greene, Sr., on Wednesday evening, August 30th, at 8 o'clock, to choose five Delegates to represent ahem in the County Convention. BY ORDER OF WAND COMMITTEE. Republican voters of the Third Ward are requested to meet at the Patterson House, on Wednesday evening, August 10th, at 8 o'clock, to chose two Delegates to represent them in the County Convention. BY ORDER OF WARD COMMITTEE. UNITED-REUNION Of the 8th, 49th and 72d Rigiments Ohio Infantry. the 3d and 10th Ohio Cavalry. Arrangements have been made for a Be- scion of the abo...

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. — 25 August 1871

THE JOURNAL. THE DEFEAT OF THE GERMAN ARMADA. j Among Co macy rinses to "The Battle of Dorking," is the following ballad m the London Society- I served as gunner's mate When I was twenty-eight, That's S : y anni domini't oro: And our ship, which was the Spanker, Were a riding at h anchor, One Sunday night in Angust.yon must know. I wre chewin' of quid, Which I ordinary did O' Sundays, for I think it sort o right, When our punner Ben's his name Did quite suddenly exclaim, And his exclamation were, "Blow me tight!'' Says he, "My jolly mates, This ere Lloyd's paper states As we're goin' to fight them German furri neers.'" Whereupon we tars, in spite Of its bein' Sunday night, Stood up and gave three hearty British choors Well, we sailed away to meet This famous Gorman fleet, Consarnin which there'd been no end of jaw; For in six weeks they had planned, And built and launched, and manned The finest fleet a nation ever saw. We had cruised about on Sunday, But about six bells on Monday, W...

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. — 1 September 1871

s,w. ..I I FRETIONT WEEKLY JOURNAL PUBLISHED EYEKY FRIDAY, BY A. II- HALSLEY- ... r, , i Jab VTark male Qaartea TKKAIS OF THE JOURNAL: One year, in advance, -S ix mouths, -Three mouths, - EVKSX VAK1KTT OF f2,00 1,00 60 JOB FEINTING NZATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. J. II. LEHJIOS. A. B. FBKNCH. LEMXION & FRENCH, TrOTlN'EYS AT LAW AND GENERAL j AuEST.S, OLKDE,OlIIO. Kir. Lemaoa will be in bu odice t Fremont, on Thurslay o) ctich weak. Proipt attention given to &mcu DufiineM. J. T. GAIiVEB, . ATTORN liY AT LAW, Fruraont, Ohio, offers his prolessiunal serviceto all requiring lepJ lusinessdiiue in ny of the Court of Bandusky Count, slso anonJ to the oolieetion of claims. Oihie nijjdt on irognau hum. mailt '. winslow. Joseph a. babtleit. WIXSLOW & BAETLETT. 4 TTOUNETS AT LAW, White's Block, corner ol r runt ana CTosruan o.cwws. ivuiij, iwu' tiun iriven to the coilocnen ot claims and all bnsi ne pertaining to the general law practice, iromont, August 15, 1S70. p. J....

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. — 1 September 1871

CJCTKAOnDiriARY W3T.J. men & bros LARGE CASH DRY GOODS STORE ' Are now offering DRESS GOODS AT LOWES PKICES. Our new Black Alpacas reduced 20 cents on a yard. Our Plain Alpacas reduced 15 cents on a yard. Our Plaid Mohairs reduced 20 cent3 on a yard. Our French Poplins reduced 20 cents on a yard. Our Irish Poplins, in all shades, re duced to iflUUU a pauern. Our entire stock of White Goods reduced 20 per cent. Our Btock of Notions and Hosiery reduced lo per cent ; ft Have you examined the Ginghams, damaged by fire, which we are sell ing at one shilling per yard. Have you seen the wide Flannels, in plain plaids and checks, at Rice fc Bros., at the old price. Have you examined the Water proof Cloakings that Win. A. Rice & Bros, are now offering at less than last year's price only $1 per yard. Wm. A. Rice & Bros, have the largest stock of Sash Ribbons and Trimming Ribbons in the city. The largest stock of Carpets in the citv at old prices. In anticipation of the advance in ...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 1 September 1871

THE JOURNAL rEMONT SANDUSKY CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, September 1. 18717 Tom axd Cgu.ty Hatters. UNITED-REUNION Of the 8th, 49th and 72d Regiments Ohio Infantry, the 3d and 10th Ohio Cavalry. Arrangements have been made for a Re union of the above regiments at Fremont, Ohio, on the 13th day of September, A. D. 1S71. All soldier of the vicinity, and their friends, ire invited to attend.. Business meetings will be held by the several regiments at 11 o'clock, A. M., as follows: Eighth in Shomo's Hall Forty-ninth in Birchard's Hall. Seventy-second is Mammoth Hall. Third Ohio Cavalrv in Union HalL Tenth Ohio Cavalry, in Hall in Buckland's Uld .Block. At 1 P. M. a procession will be formed and march to the grove where refreshments will be served, and several gentlemen will address the soldiers and people. Feaki Sawtes, Lt CoL 8th Ohio. W. H. Gibsow, CoL 49th Ohio. . 3.R. Bajbtlbtt, CoL 49th Ohio. R. P. Bucklakd, Col. 7'2d Ohio. C. G. Eatos, CoL 7'2d Ohio. Lotus Zahx, Col. 3d O. V. C. W. E. Hayxe...

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. — 1 September 1871

THE JOURNAL. The Liquor Law of Ohio. The lair governing the s.iie of intoxicating driuks in this State-we bare Ions regardeU as tlio moat ratio-aid and effective when mzlitly aiplied, oi those prevailing in any btatc oi this Union. ... . The value and effect ivoi.oss of those laws should be more fuhv comprehended by those who are the sufferers and victims of intemper ance, so that their application may secure the paj-ment of substantia amounts from those who are enjwwt in that debasing and impov erishing tnujc . . . The character of the law in this State is such that pives to the wife an action of damages for liquor sold to her husband; to the husband damae-es for.liquor sold to the wife: to children cUme-os for liquor sold ts their parents; and daniHgos to parents for liquor soli to their children. Judgment in these cases are a lien not only on the property of the vender, but upon the lionse or premises also in which the liquor has been sold, no matter by whom owned. This is a temp...

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. — 8 September 1871

FREMONT WEEKLY JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FBIDAY, BY A. II- BALSLEY Calhctisas for iivsriisicg isi Jab Wsrk ids Qaorlsrij TERilS OF THE JOUENAL: I hiA rH;ir in adTRUCfl. - " " f2,00 Six months, 1,00 Taree mouths, 60 JOB PBINTING NEATLY AND GUICKtY DONE. Business Directory. 3. It. LtJlSOK, A. D. FBENCH. . LEitMOX & FEEXCH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND GEJJEEAL A(iXTS, CLVDE.OHIO. Air. Ummon will be in his otK :e t Fremont, on Thursisy ol eoch week. I'roapt attention given to all ll business. ' J. T. GAETEB, 4 TTOXNEY AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio, offers A his professional servicesto aU roquinng leral business done in any of the Court of Sandusky County will also attend to theooliection of claims. Omoe in Tyler's Block, onCroghan street. XIBAX V. WISSLOW. JOSErK a. babtlstt. , WLXSLOW & BAETLETT, 4 TroENEYS AT LAW, White's Block, corner A. of i ront and Croghan streets. I'ruinpt atten tion given to the collection of claims and all busi ness pertaining to the general law practice. Fremoi. August...

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. — 8 September 1871

WM. A. RICE & BROS'. LARGE DRY GOODS STORE! FREMONT, OHIO. We will offer on and after Monday, September 4th, the following bar gains fortwo weeks only: 200 Fifth Avenue French Corsets at 75c, usually sold at $1.25. 100 Lctta English Corsets at 40c, nsnally sold at 75c. 1000 pairs of Ladies' White English Stockings at one shilling cheap at 25c. 2000 Ladies' Corded White Hand kerchiefs at Cc and Se. worth 1 2 Ac. Gored Balmoral Skirts at $1.50 price $3.50. 50000 yards Hamburg Edgings and Insertions. Very handsome patterns. ; DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. 25 pieces of Black Alpaca our new brand. 20 pieces figured Poplins. 20 pieces Plain Poplins. 1000 yards Gordon Double Fold Ginghams at one shilling. 200" patterns Irish Poplins in all snacles at f 10 per pattern. Have yon seen the new Empress Dress Goods that Win. A. Rice& Bros, have just opened? Over 75 different shades. For quality and beauty they have no equal. We do not hesitate in saying that, for cheap ness, they are the best ...

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. — 8 September 1871

THE JOURN FREMONT 5AKTHJSKY CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, September 8. 1S71. TowwixQ Coitty Hatters. Readables. Fay your debts. Good bye Martins. Shake and frrumble. Yarm weather again. Katydids are harping. Get ready for the fair. Take your county piper. Norton 'a steamer is busy. " Look out for eurly Frosts. This is the regatta season. Half that is told is'nt troo. BaUvillo is beo'cting noted. Peas are of Egyptian origin. The squash season has arrived. E'derberry pies have appeared. If Clyde could only have a circus. Quil'.ers mule enjoys the Sabbath. Social circles are remarkably quiet. Take a look at our new fair grounds. The Lutheran boat ride was a success. Farmers have commonoed cutting corn. The melon campaini will soon bo over. ' We expect good crop of news this fall. The public appetite is ready for oyesters. Grand Military Bail, Wednesday evening. Fasten your horses when you leave them. Croquet is the chief amusement in Elyria. Everybody should come to town on the 13th. The Oberlin ...

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. — 8 September 1871

THE JOURNAL. For the Fremont Journal. For the Fremont Journal. HOTCH POTCH. BY FOGY. BOYHOOD. Morn of life, bright and fair, Hopeful, joyous tree from care; If porohaiue dark clouds arise. Soon clear up the gloomy ikies; Yet the illn of early life Disappointments, pain and strife Seem to boyhood greater far, Than the woes of manhood are. Boyhood is a queer domain Bill and dale and level plain; Climate warm, genial, mild; Fertile soil, scenery wild; Weather changing, foul and clear .Sunshines, storms throughout the year. Its productions, manifold Not much silver, still less gold; . But instead, so many things Spools and buttons, nails and strings, Marbles, rings and sticks and pins, ' Leather, glass and wire and tins Everything one can believe Or with wildest stretch believe. Oooupations many too Not so useful it is true Teasing mother, playing bear, Pulling pussy's tail or hair, riaying marble, whittling sticks, . MaVjng dams, wading creeks, Building forts of snow and ice, Trapping ...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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