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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 15 September 1871

Fit.ilONT WEEKLY JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, BY A. II- BALSLEY. C jo; itezgi:! Job fork nude Qsater; TEHilS OF THE JOCBNAL: Oae year, in advance, - Si mouths, - Taree months, 12,00 1,00 60 IVSRT V ART IE TV 07 JOB PKINTIISTG MEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. I. X. tEJOCON, A. B. TEESCH. LELTMON & FREXCH, 4 TrORNEY8 AT LAW AXD GENERAL A AG ESTS. CL D. OHIO. JtLr. Lemnm mil be la hn otfaoe at Fremont, od Thursday of each week, l'roxpe aitenuou given to au lepai ouaioees. J. T. GAHTEK, A1 his professional services to all re.)umag le?al County wiU aio auend to the collection ot claim. Ocioe in Tyler's Block, on Crognan street. KIBAJK If- WTNSLOW. JOSEPH R. BABTXETT. WIXSLOW & BAKTLETT, 1 TT(JEKY8 AT LAW, White's Block, corner A of i'ront and Grtfuan strue:. Prompt atten tion inven to tlie coUecaon of claims anuaUbusi , pertaining to the general law practice. Fremont, August 14, U0. t. . , . of tlie tjoarts oi nuau,,j M .J. L. GQEKJSE, Sis. ' , - 1 T- T" . 17 i .wj...

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. — 15 September 1871

WM. A. RICE & BRO'S. LARGE LARGE DRY GOODS STORE! FREMONT, OHIO. We will offe r on and after Monday, September 4th, the following bar gains for two weeks only : 200 Fifth Avenue French Corsets at 75c, usually sold at $1.25. 100 Lotta English Corsets at 40c, usually sold at 75c. 1000 pairs of Ladies' White English Stockings at one shilling chf;ap at 25c, 2000 Ladies' Corded White Hand kerchiefs at 6c and 8e, wortb 12c, uoreu .balnioral bkirts at JJ.1.50- price fvS.oO. ouuujyaras Hamburg Ed?inessi.d uiueruons. ery Handsome patterns DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. 25 pieces of Black Alpaca our new brand. 20 pieces figured Poplins. 20 pieces Plain Poplins. 1030 yards Gordon Double Fold Ginghams at one shilling. 200 patterns Irish Poplins in all shades at f 10 per pattern. Have j'ou seen ine new .empress Dress Goods that Wm. A. Kice& Bros, have just opened? Over 75 different shades. For quality and beanty they have no equal. We do not hesitate in saying that, for cheap ness, they are the...

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. — 15 September 1871

THE JOURNAL, n; vTnt"sa:"3-sky co... oeio. FRIDAY, September 15, 1S71. T0WX.lH5CGOTYllAnERS. Readables. Colli nights. Drive on the race course. Our plant has symptoms. Good country butter ram. The pancake season will soon open. Saturday tu a busy day in town. "aj.j;eiE ie troubled irith burglars. The Berger Family is to be in Tiffin soon. Mansfield is thronged with, street peddlers. Bellevue has a town-clock in running order. Potato bugs have gone into winter quarters. Clyde wants a Building and Loan Associa tion. The editor of the rerrvsburg Journ.il is sha king. Whatever is, is right except your left hand and foot Charley Miller, of Flat Bock, is manufactur ing cider. Grady's Circus is to be in Tiffin, during the fair in October. Get out of debt, if you have to borrow mon ey to do it with. A mutual admiration party spent last Sun day at Put-in-Bay. Mr. B. Nichols and wife, of Clyde, have gone to Kansas to remain. The Kichols House, at Clyde, has been sold to Mr. Josiah Baraett. Ch...

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. — 15 September 1871

THE JOURNAL. From the Cincinnati Commercial. GENERAL NOYES. When in the days of civil strife, Treason sought our country' life, J What heroic deeds wore done! That Ohio's loval son Kept the nation's birthday we'd, Georgia's sunny plains can tell! Twas no festal holiday Wild the charge and fierce the fray; Victory crooned the wounded Chief, Getnmei with tears each laurel leaf, J'lejfed herself to still abide By the valiant hero's side! Oailant leader! Vj renown Slimes on onuorrn and gown! Widow's tsars or stain of gold Ne'er dimmed thy ermine's fold; Never has thy silver tongue ( Led the charge but 'gainst the wrong. Soldiers, patriots love the name IUagia;; now with loud acclaim Veteran banners rustling hear Well known tones 'tis victory's cbeei" Ilail to Noyes! ordained by f'6 Standard bearer of our State.' LIFE IN A TOMB. LIFE IN A TOMB. The Story of James T. Anderson. of LIFE IN A TOMB. The Story of James T. Anderson. of Iowa-A Living Head on a Dead LIFE IN A TOMB. The Story of J...

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. — 22 September 1871

FaE"ONT WEEKLY JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FF.IDAT, BY A. II- BALSLEY. TEEMS OF THE JOURNAL: I i m vo-) r in art va.nr. . - - f -.CO Six months, 1,(H) Three mouths, KVERY VARIETY Of JOB iTlHSTTINO NEATLY AND QUICKLY OONE. Basiaess Directory. J. M. LKJIMOX, A. B. FEEN'CH. LEMMON & FRENCH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND GENERAL A'jESTS, CLYDE, OHIO, air. Lemalon. will be la ttis ortk'e t Fremont, on Thursday of each wee it. Prompt attention given to all ical buaiiieiw. . ' J. T. GAKTER, a TTORNET AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio, offers A hi. prol-asiooal service to all re.iu.rmg legal Wio.aoo.euiany of the Courts-of bandu8ky Countv, will also "d to tlie collection of claims. Oifcw in Tyler's Block, on Croghan street. HIBAX W. W1S3I.0W. JOSKPH E. BAETLETT. WINSLOW & BABTLETT, ATVOKNEYS AT LAW, White's Block, corner of rront and froiTiiAn streets. Prompt atten tion (riven w the collegium of claim, and all buu aw. tertainmg to the g-oeral law practice, iremont, August IS, ! -J. L. GREENE, Sen. ATTORNEY ...

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. — 22 September 1871

iacB & DUOS'. A. LARGE DRY GOODS a J 2H. 213 ! FREMONT, OHIO. ' We will offer on and after Monday, September 4tU, the following bar gains for two weeks onlj : 200 Fifth Avenue French Corsets at 73c, asr.ally6old at $ 1.23. lOOLotta English Corsets at 40c, , usually sold at 75c. 1090 pairs of Ladies' White English ' Stockings at one shilling cheap ; at 25c. 2000 Ladies' Corded, White Hand kerchiefs at Cc and 8e, worth 1 2ic. Gored Balmoral Skirts at $1.50 price $3.50. 50000 yards Hamburg Edgings and Insertions. ery handsome patterns. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT 25 pieces of Black Alpaca our new brand. 20 pieces figured Poplins. 20 pieces Plain Poplins. 10C0 yards Gordou Double Fold Ginghams at one shilling. 200 patterns Irish Poplins in all -.. shades at f 10 per pattern. Have yoa seen the new Empress Dress Goods that Wm. A. Eicefc Bros, have iust opened? Over 75 different shades. For quality and beautv thev have no equal. We do n6t hesitate in saying that, for cheap ness, they are th...

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. — 22 September 1871

THE JOURN FREMONT SANDUSKY CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, September 22 1871. TOWXLTO GOllMY .UATTEKS. Readables. Ballville it quiet again. Ba calm Mid considerate. Get ready for the circus. Fiwt cm Hominy morning. The ague season U nearly over. Woo 1 is beginning to be in demand. Oborfiu bad a jail delivery last week. Take a drive over the new race course. The latest style of hat has a brick in it. Pound fishing has commenced near Sandus- Bellcvue had another stabbing affray last week. Governor Hayes speaks in Milan on Friday evening. Madame Rumor is halting between two opinions. Findlay was visited by horse thieves again last week. A wash board manufactory has been started in Nonralk. Speak well of all men, otherwise let silence seal your lips. The reverend scoundrel, of Bowling Green, has gone west. The Clyde Fair commenced on Wednesday and closes to-day. The Episcopal Church in Elyria was sold last week for ? 1,800. We saw a man to drunk on Sunday, that he luldn't follow his nose. The Seneca...

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. — 22 September 1871

THE JOURNAL. A few Notes The Way— Glimpse of Coldwater Michigan. 'Having occasion, during the past week, (o take a short trip Wert, we arose with unusual haste on the morninff of the eventful day. Always anxious to be as accomodating as pos sible, "and not cause any delay of trains by our tardiufcss, we repaired to the depot with grer t alacrity, and announced oursolf ready for the train goinft West. "One hour and ton minutes late, sir," was the response to our enquiry if the said train'was on time. It was our turn to cast auyry reflections upon the inauagcniei.t of the road, for such disregard of cur h:gh reverence for punctuality, but all to no pyr porc; we must wait. At the expiration of the time the train ar rived, but in too great haste to offer us any apology for keeping us in waiting. So we swallowed our righteous indignation and el bowed our way to the door of the drawing room car. Ey the time the train was uudtr motion, we were comfortably ensconced in the easy depths of a....

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. — 29 September 1871

FRE'IONT WEEKLY JOURNAL T PUBLISHED EVEEY FRIDAY, BALSLEY. . ; . d'uas? f,r iis.t;iig iLiJci .Vs:k mile Quarterly TEEilS OF THE JOCBNAL: One year, in advance, -Bii mouths, . Three mouths, .... $2,00 1.00 00 KVBHT -VARIETY Of JOB lRINTING NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. J. X. LBXXOX. A. B. FUEKCH. LEMMON & FRENCH, ' - 1 TTORNKV3 AT LAW AND GENERAL AAuE!iTa, CLY DE, OHJO. Sr. 1iitooo nu be is hn othe at Fremont, on Thursday ot each week. Prompt attention given to All legal busiuew. 7 J. T. GAKVEB, a TTORVEY AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio, offers hi proieiwional serviced to all requiring legal bua.neaa done in any of the Court ol Handu.ky Couatv; wiU alo aitead to the collection of olaims. Otnoe in T j-ler'a Block, on Croghan street. H1BAX Tf . WIXSLOW. . JOSEPH E. BAETLETT. WIXSLOW & BAKTXETT, TTOHNEYS AT LAW, White Block, corner A. of Front and Croghan streets. Prompt atten tion given to the collection of claims 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. — 29 September 1871

SPECIAL BAUliAIXS OFFERED DURING FAIR WEEK BY TFJI. A. BICE BEOS., FREMONT, OHIO. nsro ROODS. Our assortment of Dress Goods -no npvpr more complete. We call u ttont.inn of buyers to a lot of rmrrfa Cloths and French and v.ntriish Merinos which we are offer- in" at the lowest price of the last eight years. BLACK SILKS. We are offering our magnificent stxk of Black Silks, comprising the best mates, at a reduction of eigh teen per cent, during tne t air. BLACK ALPACAS. The best Black Alpaca in the world. W. A. Eice fc Bros, are now offering a Black Alpaca, finished to resemble Silk, and are guarenteed never to change in color or grow rusty when worn. TOWELS AND NAPKIXS. Boueht especially for our trad nnrinc the County Fair. These goods will be sold at Bargains. VELVETEENS & WATERPROOFS The lareest tstock of Black an Colored Velveteens in the City Twentv-five pieces of Waterproofs at one'dollar per yard. New styles Waterproofs ia plaids,, stripes and fancy colors.. TRIMMINGS AND RIB...

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. — 29 September 1871

THE JOURN FREMONT 6ANDUSKY CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, September 29. 1871. Tows axd County Matters. Readables. Forepsngbs show wiU exhibit at Clyde. Belleme bai an eiemp!ary young man. Everybody ii coming to ths fair next week. Business men should advertise in our fair daily. Look for the shooting stars which have been predicted. On the ISth 2000 barrels lime were shipped from Genoa. Mr. W. B. Dimick, of Bellerne, is prospect ing out west. Next Tuesday week will be election day. Remember it. An underground river has been discovered near Perrysburg. The Monroeville Spectator closed its first volume, last week. The Tiffin Fire Department will parade on the 30th of September. Farmers in the vicinity of Bellevue talk of organising a Farmers Club. Mrs. Silly M. Thambut was the first white child born in Medina county. Frost is traveling with Van Amburg's show. They must have a cool time of it Peter Whittaker, an old soldier of the war of 1812, died at Fostoria on the 19th. . Tiffin 'Woolen Mills t...

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. — 29 September 1871

NEW YORK FromtU EippoUtonfcon Baiiding, Hlh St. L. B. LEfiT, DIRECTOR. WILL EXHIBIT AT FREMON I Saturday, Sept. 30th, This Celebrated Metropolitan Troupe u'hii. MUr established in a splendid of New York, will occupy the usual Summer vacation, during which the building is closed, with a Grand Excursion through the country, with the intention of riving the inhabitants of cities and towns opportunities of witness- 6 iug a carefully selected programme ot those EEHLIAST, EXOITIKG, ELEGANT rv,.v m v. weH n of the roost AmusemenU of New York. nicn .or T. . M v. j:aine.tlv understood that this Establishment is THE O.M.Y FIRST-CIiAS Permanently established in a large city, conducted in metropolitan style, and whic; acquired a metropolitan reputation, uu Tlie Entire MummoUi Company Which has perfoamed for many months in succession to the largest audiences ever drawn out to ar!y similar exhibition in New York, will appear at every place where entertain ments are (riven during the present tour,...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 6 October 1871

i-rtfc&uaT WEEKLY JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVERT FEIDAT, BY A. II. BALSLEY. i;s;:giaJ Job VV rk mads Qurte. TEEMS OF THE JOUKNAL: One year, in advance, -Six months, - Tares mouthi, . 2,00 1,00 60 SVIRT VARIKTT OT JOB 3?KHSTTIN"G NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE Business Directory. XiECrAZi. LE5IMON & FRENCH, TT08KEY8 AT LAW AND GENERAL ji V A'-SBNTS, CLYDE, OHIO, itr. Lemmon will be in hia oiti?e at Fremont, on i uursuay oi em weea. I'rtrapt attention girn w ail legal Dunnes. J. T. GAETEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio, often his profewiooal services to ail requiring lepal business done in any of the Courta of Sandusky County; win auo auena w me collection ox claims, Oiiioe in Tyler's Block, on Croghan street HIBAat W. WiNSLCW. JOSEPH B. BAETLETT. WIXSLOW & BAKTLETT, i TTORXEYS AT LAW, White's Block, corner l of r ront and Uroiruan street, i'rompt atten tion given to the collection of claims and all busi ness pertaining to the general law practice. Fremont, August 15, 1870. -J. L. GREE...

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. — 6 October 1871

?mL 1M&AIS- OFFERED CUBING PAIR WEEK uvlT. a. rice & BROS., FREMONT, OHIO. DRESS GOODS. Our assortment of Dress Goods was never more complete. We call the attention of buyers to a lot of Empress Cloths and French and English Merinos which we are offer ing at the lowest price of the last eight years. BLACK SILKS. We are offering our magnificent stxk of Black Silks, comprising the best makes, at a reduction of eigh teen per cent daring the Fair. BLACK ALPACAS. The best Black Alpaca in the world. W. A. Rice fe Bros, are now offering a Black Alpaca, finished to resemble Silk, and are guarenteed never to change in color or grow rustv when worn. TOWELS AXD XAPKIXS. Bought especially for our trade during the County Fair. These goods will be sold at Bargains. VFLVETEEXS & WATERPROOFS The largest stock of Black and rr.lrn.A Vivctr.cna in the CitV. Vy W i i 'i i v.i . . . - ... Twentv-fivc pieces of Waterproofs, at one'dollar per yard. New styles Waterproofs in plaids, stripes 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. — 6 October 1871

THE IX) URN FKEMONT SANDUSKY CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, October 6 1S71. Town axd Ccextt Mattees. Readables. It is time to pick pumpkin pis. Eiaore is troubled with ghosts, i G.ngerbread suffered last Saturday. The awnin?s have been taken down. A good work haa been done on State street. Q'ulters mule will positively be at the fair. A. O. Miller, as "Wool at Mammoth HalL The fat men cf thin city should hold a con' venuon. lira, A. O. Miller "Capitola" Mammoth -Halt Our citizens have taken unusual interest in the fair tins year. Take the Daily Journal home with you, for future reierence. t E. L.,C'rom has given tlic front of liis store a new coat ut pamu If vou have any thing to sell, advertise it in cur Daily Journal. Jay Patrick was in the city, yesterday, on a-siistonai Business. Young thieves are numerous iu Tindiay Where is deacon r rea. llellevuO is arranging for a course of lec tures the coming winter. Beware of pickpockets. Thank fortune they won't get anything from ns. The happiest pe...

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. — 6 October 1871

THE JOURNAL. ROW ON, ANNIE. Ton know Annie, Charming litUe Annie i " Healthy little, asucy KtV.e, jolly little Annie! She will row you, any iy, Up the river far away. Winning wy, I should say Clever littie Annio. Take heed Annie, Itering little Annia Carelres little, thoughtless little, fuarlcss little , Annie! Weeds enlace the river through; There may he Ueepj and shallow!, too, Terlioiis alil'.e to you. Helpless 1 ittle Annie. Cow on, Annie, Pretty little Annie Wicsome little, laughing little, lovely litt'e AciucI la taut and trim "t wo pair," I vriili thee would gladly share Joy and sorrow, mirth and care, Down life's river, Annie. —English Magazine. FACTS ABOUT THE KU KLUX. The Independing Danger and the Remedy. la nearly all pai-bt ol the southern states es- vcwuiiijr til bu, Biuum . x,u.u. - " Carolina, fienriria. Alabama and Mississippi, there exist secret ar-ned organizations, which are strong enough in numbers and influence to control jjublio sentiment, to defy the local co...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 13 October 1871

V FREMONT WEEKLY JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVEUY FRIDAY, BY A. II- CALSLEY- Cilij&afaiiirirfisbd JobWd cade tyMj TERMS OF THE JOUKXAL: Oao year, in advance, Six mouths, TUree months, - - " fi.OO 1,00 ' 60 VvlKt VAKIETT OF . JOJ3 ijKiisrTiisro NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. J. H. LEJUtOK. A- B. FBEXCH. LZiliTOS & FBEXCH, V ATTORXEVS AT LAW AND GENERAL Autsrs, CLVDE.OHIO. Mr Lemmaamil be in ha ottee t rrcmoBi, en Thursday ot each week. JrTo-Jjpc attention pveu to ail lepal business. J. T. tiAEYEB, ATTORXKV AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio, offers his prulesiooal services to ail n-iuinmr leral biiinr m ine in ay of the Courts oi SenduHiy Connty- -will ao attend to the collection ol claims. Oihoe in Tyler's Block, onCroghan street. BIBAM W. WIXSLOW. JOBKPH B. BABTLKTT. WIN SLOW & BAKTLETT, k XTORSEYS AT LAW, White's Block, corner A ul Front and Crughan streets. Prompt atten tion (riven to the coUoinon of claims sna all busi ness pertaining to the general law practice, i Tremont, ...

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. — 13 October 1871

THE FAIR OVER! GREAT SUCCESS! PRBKIIMS AWARDED TO THE LARGE AXD POPULAR m GOODS STORE OF JOT. A. RICE FRE M O N T, C BROS., OHIO. ACIA&AK SWEEP'. Premiums awarded to the large Dry Goods Store of XX. A. Rice ic Bros.: For the best French and English Merinos. Fof the best lot of English Satins. For the the best display of Irish Poplins. XX. A. Kice & Bros., 'Fremont, took the first premium for the best Alpaca, -which are recommended by the best of Judges. These Alpacas resemble Silk and will not grow ros ty when worn. XX. A. Bice and Bros, took the premium for the largest stock and best quality of Shawls, at the lowest price. . . XX. A. Kice fc Bros., Fremont, took the Erst premium for the best quality of Furs. XT: A. Rice fc Bros, took the first premium for keeping the largest of Furs, and for selling them cheaper than any other store in the city. T."A. Rice 3b' Bros, took the first premium for the one yard Brown and Bleached Muslin, at "one shilling per yard. XT. A. Rice fc ...

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. — 13 October 1871

THE JOURN Fremont sandusky co., ohio. FRIDAY. October 13. 1ST1. Tow.v axd C')unv IIaitos. RELIEF FOR CHICAGO! On Thursday morning telcsrram vras received stating that m more cooked, jirovi eions were needed, but that flour, hams, blankets, cloth ing and bedding Avere desira ble,, and especially money. To aid in tendering assistance to the needy of Chicago, a depot for supplies of cloth ing, bedding, blankets, Hour, Xrc., is' opened in the 6tore room of Gen. Uuckland on the corner of State and Front Streets, where all such arti cles can be left, and they will be promptly forwarded. It is also announced that Mr. I. M. Keeler lias been ap pointed to receire all contri butions of money, and can be found at his office in Bucklas Old Block. Readables. Bowling Green has the scarlet fever. Tbe Catholics of Beilevne intend building a new church. Four buildings were burned in Toledo, on Monday last. The premium list wil be arranged for publi cation nfat week. Royal Japanese Troup at Mammoth 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 October 1871

THE JOURNAL. Nineteenth Annual Pair of Sandusky County Agricultural Society. DEDICATION OF THE NEW GROUNDS Grand Display and Immense Success. SECOND DAY. A more beautiful day than Thursday wag never known.and at an early hour the grounds were alive with people hurrying to add the finishing tenches to their department, and others looking at what might be seen. By nine o'clock teams came in large numbers, and the pwjlf from the conniry began to congre gate in lurge numbers about the grounds. vv aro, on his wen iraiuea steea, was giving whiopercd orders loud enough to be heard,and V llham, astride his- famous war steed, was turning short corners to the music of law and order. Floral Hall was full the night before,hut like an omnibus there was room for more, and case of millinery from Mrs. Deal's: a case con taining specimens of dental work, from the of fice of Dr. Beilharz, a case of millinery, from the store of Mrs Barnard, and many other col lections, for exhibition, were brought in ...

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