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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 5 January 1872

.... a- i.-t. -p ..-' i . - . t .- -;-- r i ' " - --. -a 1 Jt V v-;.;vi. s f Will . G. DE WOLFE CO., Proprietors. y0L. XVIII-XO XXXIV. ie Faith that Bight makes Might, and in that Faith let FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIOrRIDAY MORNING, u to the end dare to do our Duty as we understand if. JANUARY 5, 1872. Abraham Limcolh. WHOLE JOIMBIiIU3 f1L w rr vv A. S . ft. 1 FV l .. m. . r . nnr, . y oum . j-w ahj j X. - -m0 ' rtnnl r..n.,n fVfnth fni, s ITuree monuis , JOB PRINTING. if vl n r. inad e 1 ance add t Uons to onrestabtliih- la tne .hw!. of auuenalof tbeUvwt JOB PRINTING. Id inn ihu ot nuaeruUof tbetaaest ...i. havinn em Dior ed ecparieneed and areful workmen, w arc nrepared to execute ZrZn for vrerjn -let y of PuuJt a Fakct io Pur-mvo with neataeaa and dispatcli TM addition of Uteam Power to or uatlisb- nestasorda as fm mtobip" onntjyoffloetveway wi ww l""" wora tjaii witg fM uu uwwi . Pastor. Services every Babbatn ai Vat, A. M., and o'clock, P. M. 4b W U o'clock, A. M. Prayer k P....

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 5 January 1872

OFFICE: Son nt-v BtrteUFtTtt Door & of loot OJfic FXTBIJSHE3 EVERT FBXDAT. Till!: t2 CO Per Inta, Ii Xiruce. HNDLAT, OHIO, Friday -Ui1c. Ja-,- 5. t l 1872 THE U. S. SENATORSHIP. The election of a Senator to bug ceed Hon. John Sherman takes place next Tuesday, under the following lair, passed by Congress in 1868 : That the Legislature of each State which shall be chosen next preceding the expiration of the time for which any Senator was elected to represent said State in Congress, shall, on the second Tuesday after the meeting and organization thereof, proceed to elect a Senator in Congress in the place of such Senator so going out of office, in the following manner : cn Do one shall openly, by a viva voce vote of each member present, name one person for Senator in Congress from said State, and the name of the person so Toted for who shall have a majority oi the whole number of votes cast in each House shall be entered on . the journal of each House by the clerk or secretary ther...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 5 January 1872

maiu T Locals mutter per line, charged J a-ita their r r' ; I. IV insure to banded to by .xtg publication - an ! rie lams Aieal mmpaign jutt doted hat been ax fc exciting one, and hat engroaed much lention. We now expect tt de- Local and General Xewt,at i to Mttcellany. Our paper has reached ' circulation by 30 per cent, than hat ever t far any paper in Ike torn v. We the treat 7 2 dear sheet, and fairly balanced boon t-puod reason why wt thould not be do to. Our people were never more prof Many of our tubteribertnever pel in deb They alwayt pay in advance, for which UK our thankz. Other art not to pane- r and with them U it neglect and thought- lettnrm, at l$ey are ready la pay mtmoot any time. Wt thall commence immediately to make out uccounU Jar Subtcription, Advertizing and Job Work, and continue the tame until whoUy ac- mptuked. Some of thete aaxuntt art of old ttanding other are of more recent date. AO can be readi ly, tquarely and taUtfadarily mettled, and we atk all to oome ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 5 January 1872

Home and Farm A Handy Kitchen. The otlier day we went into mod- a kitflieii Between H and the dui ins-room a email passage emed as a closet, and also to keep all odors of v. i.:.v- ,.,; ih Hmnv. . . . ; j r ,va iuJm m . , v, a .1 , . iv with uibhuki,toviu.. 1 hot andoold water lead-ne into itnd waste did from it At the end of .v. v. uia iwux, wKunu wv i i . r Bcreenea to prevent u mnw u . I . inn vArk.tiiiiA with a I . . 6 rwor. nntTAthpr ofthe room were totuUonery tuba, rh t.n.tforhotai.d cold water, t,a. Um.i,;) nhnrpdroveraltrie &r.r- o 1 an irmiro- ib e. fiira nd am- rvl . I Jnrt r.Pvrndlhe-Binka door orn- rf -r . A mnm W h. r , -J I ten. with a window, a shelf runnine ronnd three udea of it. wide and Wch - i enough to cover barrels of flour, ca- gar and meaL At one end of the space beneath thia shelf was filled with deep draw- trs for towela, table-clotha, the iron- inz blanket, starch aad blueine. each in appropriate place. The housewife needed but to step in there and fin...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 12 January 1872

7 t v.-;tv3 err' jrOLFE Jb.CO Vroprietors. t,. ''Xci'usJiaveJith'that ltiylit makes Might, and in that Faith let us to the end dare to do our Duty as tee understand it. Abba-iaic Lihcolh. XHIt 2ISTwFIdTTa rs JVr Ann T:mv iVOJZ XVIII-NO XXXV. FIKDIAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12, 1872. WfiOlE 1VUMBER 963 Ml I ft I K TV tlfmmmk Fillers. 'tltutfklrrr'r--a Door Eatt of Pott OJJlee. W f T ... .... . One Py. one year, km .100 Throe uionlho. 13 P1UNTDTG. eadditionstooua-establish- r uaiernu of -theateet el experienced and tren esaceente hakd AKCT xt: oi 2 'clock tl'Damlw evt M.aln-Crowaue4 Oliver Kennedy. TatOT. Mri4oea UAlh at lO'i o'clock. A. U.,sSl Hp'Cw 4. "Sabbath School a o'cioCkP. W. j7 tfneUMg 7 o'clock Thnra? areainc. Ktaakyatreet. weat ol Maltuitreew- - - f. ti. Hooper Paiitor. SerTtoea every Bk'jbalh h)1 o'clock. A. M amd 7 o'clock. JT. M riabbath tichuol at J u'ctock, A. M. Prayar AeetiBg 7 o clock 'ihnraday evemnj. Craw ford sUwt a eat of Main atfeeWr.rsr ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 12 January 1872

" THE .TEFFER&ONIAN: FINDLAY HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12, 1872. v. tjwi .rr OFFICE: . tandmikV Btreet.Wirtl Door Kamt nf Mk PITBXJSHrn tttrt mniT mil: 2 00 Per iansa, la idruee. FINDLAY, OHIO, Friday VoralaSi Ja- M. t I 1872 THE LOUISIANA MUDDLE. They have managed to get things drsadfull j mixed politically, down in Louisiana. If both the factions which are struggling for mastery in that State are to be implictly relied on for truthfulness, there are certain ly a very knavish set of political rogues there, and In view of the charges and counter-charges, one is almost led to hope that neither party will gain complete mastery. The object of those opposed to Got. Warmonth, is to gain possession of the State Government by impeaching the Governor, and as, under the Con stitution of Louisiana, the Governor ii suspended daring trial, his .oppo nents hoped to put Carter, the Speaker of the House, In the gber . natorial chair. The Carter faction claim that the electi...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 12 January 1872

THE JEFFERSONIAN : FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OffJO. FJRIDAY - - - MORNING, JANUARY 12 1872 FMDAT MORNING, JAN. 12, 1872. ' Notice to Advertisers. Hereafter Psefkkbeo Busik-ss Loc s -1 be distributed ainons the reading matter en our third page at Ftmra Certs per line. -t-GTJXAB Bcsmss locals will be charged Tex Ckkts per line. Wixi. advertiser! who favor at with their patronage please bear in mind that to Insure .. , i.,.l is' nssday noon preceding publication. I i-i.y P., Ft. W. & C. Railway. i ON AND AFTER Nov. 12th, 1S71, Trains will I leave Stations daily. (Sundays exoeptedj I -lollo : I TBArKS RfelHQ WKST. BX. MAIL. JlUburg Bochest'i Atliane 1.45 a ml 7.10 am IWtm 2.30pm 2.62 am 6ju6 am 8.45am 10.42am wip" I Orrvle. 11.46 am LUpm iSpm LSpni ls& sues am I Jtanan'ld rviJA 3pn fcopm 7.47 pm 115 cm s.iua oi .itOan a-vupm .ivprn III In n m V.IOWUl Ups n;. fores Lima Ft-Wyne; -"iym'thj 10.68 am .warn 7.60 am lLi-am K.U0 ami 9.50 Dm p ill IS. 2.10 pm 4.17 pm 7J6pspj U.40amU.4Sam...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 12 January 1872

THE JEFFERfeONIAN: FINDLAY HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY-MORNING, JANDAR-BHSTSr Home and Farm What is Science in Farming? It is sot unusual perhaps it is not unnatural for one who has been only a "practical" farmer all his life, to discourage the idea that science can be of any assistance to him, and to doubt its value. Perhaps his objection would be less if lie appreciated the exact meaning of the word. Webster gives it four definitions : "( 1) Knowledge ; penetrating and comprehensive in formation, skill, cxpertness, and the like.' (2) The comprehension and understanding of truths or facts. (3) Truth ascertained ; that which is known. (4) Knowledge duly arranged, and referred to general truths or principles on which it is founded, and from which it is derived." Now, surely no farmer will deny the value of knowledge a knowledge of his own bnsiness. He must know nv and whn t norfnrm the various opersnen?. ot ine larm, ana u uo knows also the reasons why they are necessary, he will be...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 19 January 1872

E. G. DE WOLFE CO., Proprietors. Letjus have Faith that Eight makes Might, and in that Faith let us to the end dare to do our Duty as we understand it. Abeaiiam Likcolh. TEE 2TS Two Dollars Ier Annum VOL. XVIH-NO XXXVJ. FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY ID, JS72. WHOLE NUMBER 964 E. i. BK WOLFE, I ti WOLFE, f t t Editor. mndntku Street: Firtt Door Rati of Pott Offle. t One py, one year. Ukrn months. - ; JOB PRINTING. tfavlnvmaittilBnroalrtitlaiMtooarestsbUsh' ment In the shape of material of Uie latest style, ana navinr, empiovea pmiii arefal workmen, we are prepared to execute orders tor every variety of Ptaw Airo Fajjcy Job PBiirrnto with neatne and dispaten I be addition of Steam Power to our establish ment afford as great advantages over most eonntryoffioeslntheway of low prices and fast work Call with us and beoon vtnoed. Religions tlRST PRESBTTERIAN CBUSCH.Rer. A. U vuiids- Pastor. Bervicee everr baobatn at lOKo'eloek, A. M.,aiMi7 o'clock, P. M. Sab bath S...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 19 January 1872

THE JEFFEHSONIAN: FINDLAY HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 19, 1S72. OFFICE: andtuky Street, First Door Kaxl of Pott Office PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERES: 12 CO Per lions, is Idrace. FINDLAY, OHIO. Friday Mornlme. Jam-19. t t 1872' THE INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE. The evidence before the Investi gating Committee clearly proves that there has prevailed for many years in the New York Custom House, a system of j removals and appoint ments which has had a tendency to fill the service with corruption ; that officers have been appointed without reference to their merits, and remov ed without regard to their faults; that many of them look upon their position as a temporary means' of "making hay while the sun shines,'' and eagerly grasp at all fees, bribes and perquisites they can obtain ; and that no anequate remedy for these evils can be devised, short of a thorough civil service reform. It shows that this system has been too strong for the most honest officers at the head of the...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 19 January 1872

THE JEFFERSONIAN : FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 19, 1872. V JntMaj ftftawrian, FRIDAY MORNING, JAN. 19. 1872. Notice to Advertisers. Hereafter Puruuo Busikem Locals will be distributed among tbe reading matter on oar third page at Fnnnr Cexts per line. fZ.BaTTT.AK RrmmM lncals will be charged Tcxcnmperiioe. wll advertiser, who favor n. with their ?ZTr.llTrr. wi Mb.ieatton. I P., Ft. W. & C. Railway. M AND AtTKK Nor. lh. 1871. Train I J leave Stations dsy. (Bail ays excepted.) as KM lows mm sozxo west. KA1 PI tuber LIS am 7.10 am 8.46 am JO am S i Boetaeet' ! z.iasm am .S.iaai l.a m Alliance. UASara 1.35 pru D Orrville Manxo'ld LMp .zspm ClOpm 7.7p tUam s.loam ipa iwpu (-10 a mi iss KoreatJL Lima Kt.W'yne Plym'Uu. UUiB uipai 8.2b p ni 10.63 am gS S aSaml 11., am aw am 8.1V DID 11.40 an. 12.J0 am 4.17 pm 2.25pin Jupnij Itiiam tu a a 6.10 a m l'hloagoj 7M pm ajttsm tbaibscoibo BAST. IUU. Chicago I SVam Piym'UiJ .46 am 1206pm .06 pm f Lwjrue 12.40pm uvpa, H...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 19 January 1872

THE JEFPEE&ONIAN: FINDLAY HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 19. 1872. Home and Farm Marks of a Good Milker. The queetioa is asked by m corres pondent of the Cultivator, "If there are any points or marks in a heiier before her first call, or before being with calf, by which her qualities as a milker or a good cow may be known I hare reason to believe that there are, from my own observation and experi ence. It is some ten years and more since I became acquainted with what is called the "Guenon method after its discoverer, II. Guenon, a French manfor determining the milking qualities of a cow, and in all this time I have taken a good deal of pains to inform myself as to its merits and practicability, and I cannot now re call to mind a single inttance as ever Laving come within my observation and experience, where it has failed. As it is said there are exceptions to every rale, so there may be excep tions to this, bat I have yet to find one. The mark or indication as lai...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 26 January 1872

as to I! I IB I II f II III I E. O. DE WOLFE & CO., Proprietors Let u ltave Faith thai Right makes Might, and in that Faith let us to the end dare to do our Duty as tee understand it. Abkahax Libcolx. TFBMSTtco Dollars Per Annum 'XVIII NO XXXVIL. F INDLA Y, HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, 1S72. WHOLE NUMBER 965 u. j. oe wLre. .ndmky Street: Putt Door Boot of fttf Office., t One -py, one jrer .43 W - 1 0 (.Three mouUu.. JOB PRINTING. -siaTlna;madclarireadditiootoocrotMUh- saai la ui anapa H material of u u rle.aod havinr mDlovad aapertemoadana ireful workmen, w are prepared to execute -tiers lor every variety or mi'"ti Pbirttvo wtiii nMi.nM anddimiateh tie addition of Steam rower to oar eatabtiab- teat affords as groat advantage over bk anuy orooea in ue way m ww p. mna jal work Uall wtu as ana mood -ruma. Religious. ISMT PRKaBTTERIAN CHURCH .BMW . &. B. fields, rhetor. Sanrioes every HaOtjaih at 10 o'clock. A- sfaad7o'elookj P. M. Baa bath rJcbool U 'clock,...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 26 January 1872

THE JEFFERfeONIAN: FINDLAY HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, 1872. ttstrnm. PICE: ., First Door Katl of PoH OfflOM mXSHED evert frtdat. .ill!: tt 00 Per lino, !i idmce. FINDLAY, OHIO. Fridar Htniu. Ja- 26. t t 1872 THE TROUBLES OF A P. M. Tue opposition of the Fihdlat Jif FSS80VI4K to the re election of Hon. John Sherman, availed nothing, al thongh its elaborate editorial of week before last, may have assisted Sena tor Gage in rendering himself ridicu lous in the estimation of bis fellow Republican Senitors. We are Inform ed that in its opposition to llr. Sher man, the Jeffeksovlik became the mouthpiece of a few sore heads. It did not represent the sentiments of the masses of the Republicans of Hancock county. Wyandot IUp.. , M. John Sherman allow 'Ir. Pietro Cuneo to run the Upper San dusky Post office, and we . bare no fault to find with the aforesaid P. M., for caressing the hand that feeds him. Upper Sandaeky is not quite so large a place as New York, and Cuneo f...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 26 January 1872

FRIDAY MORNING. JAN. 26. Notice to Advertisers. Hereafter Pkcfxsbed Business Locals wUl be distributed among tbe reading matter on oar third page at Fifteex Ckvts per Kkoclab Busontaa locals will be charged To Cam per line. KTLU advertisers who favor ns with their patronage please bear In mind thai to Insure Insertion, their favors most be handed In Wednesday noon preceding publication. Notice to Advertisers. P., Ft. W. & C. Railway. U-t-M.ffsW-W Mto"ow,; ANAKD AFTEK Nov. 12th, 1871, Trains TBAOrs OOISO WEST. iuil. ax. KX. Pittsburg Liitm 7.10 am MOim 2.30 pm -S p SJSpm 7.47 p Hoc beat 2.52 am eJttan sASam lu.42am A 11 Ian OS- U.4am LKpm Orrvllle l-o3 p m 4.22 pm Mansfi'ld tUBam ajspm 35 p m ,J .10 am Mam AlUpm 10.10 pm 6.85 n ml lfi.au pm MPS o.wp m s.luam lactam iJi a in S.UOam SSS llkSl Lima iiA2am KLWW Z.lupm t.l7pa 11.40 a m Chlcago-I 7J0pm 6JSJ p m .Miami s.30am AJau ncAinooiao case hail- i kxJ ', ix- EX. Chteaco. ASOaml am SJSpm 9Jupm Flym'ibJ t.btm liwpn . p m iz.ai a m ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 26 January 1872

THE JEFFER&ONIAN: FINDLAY HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, 1871 Home and Farm COUNTRY LIFE. Happy tbe mmn who till the field Content with rustle labor ; Earth doe to him her fullness yield. Hap what may to his neighbor. Well days, sound nights oh 1 can there be A life more rational ftnd free T Dear country life of child and Basil ! For both the best, the strongest. Tnat with the earliest race began. And hast ootUved the longest: Their cities perished long ago ; Who the first fanners were we knew. Perhaps our Babels too will fall, 11 so, do lamentations, For Mother Earth will abetter all. And feed the unborn nations ! And the swords that menace now Will then be beaten to tbe plow. [From the New York Observer.] Dormant Vitality in Animals. Every one U aware ot that principle in seeds, tbe germs of plants, by which they remain inert, apparently dead, lor a longer or shelter period, and yet, when placed in favorable circumstances, exhibit complete vitali ty. All see...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 2 February 1872

m 11 Mam V 1 III II I 111 itl Ml 1 0 .E. ?. J WOLFE CO., Proprietors. Let us have Faith that Right makes Might, and in that Faith let us to the end dare to do our Duty as we understand it. Abrauam-Lixcols. TFI2JISTwo Dollars Per Annum VOL. XVIII-NO XXXVIII. FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2, IS72. WHOLE 3SUMBEK966 Ik MfcriS0man. Bl WOLFE, K WOLFE.) 4. A. i t Editors. tudmtkpatrfti Pint Door Stuff Pott Offlta. One py, one year- ruuu:nii months- C.Tnroe months. tiavlur made larye additions to oureKtablish asent In the abapa of material of the latest tfle, ana Having employed experienced ana earefai worsmen, we are prepared to execute -rders for every variety of Puais a iro F ahct Job Pbihtiho with neatness and dispatch. Tbe addition of Steam Power to oar establish ment axioms ns area aavantagee over ran eoantryofneestn tne way 01 low pneea ana ant won uaii witn us ana mcod vinceu URSTPRESB TTERIAN CH UR CH, Re v. A. H, Field, Pastor, Services every Sabbath at 1...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 2 February 1872

THE JEFFERSONIAN: FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2, 1S72. OFFICE: andtukf Street, First Door Eatl cf Pott Office PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. mil: 2 00 Per lsnam, ii ldrasce. FIND LAY, OHIO, Friday Xermlms. FV 2. J i 1872 HOLLOW FRIENDSHIP. A certain ckss of United States Senators have pretended to be par vxeUene the friends of the adminis tration, and have taken upon them selves to set np a standard whereby others of their fellow Senators were to be judged. We have heretofore referred to the hollowness of their claim, and time but adds to the evi dence upon which onr opinion was founded. In his annual, message, recently read in the Senate, Gen. Grant makes the following beautiful allusion to the question of amnesty : "More than six years having elapsed he said, "since the last hostile gun was fired between the armies then arrayed against each other one for the perpetuation, the other for the destruction of the Union it may well be considered whether it is not no...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 2 February 1872

f vT W .. FRIDAY MORNING, FES. 2, 1872. Notice to Advertisers. Hereafter Prefkkked Bcsixess i"- SKSSSSS2? xse: Reou-as bpbotss locals win be cuargea nlease bear in mind thai to Insure Insertion, their xavors mu kiiiwiuk.. - . i . .i i .. i ... Wednesday noon preceding pnoi.t.u-. P., Ft. W. & C. Railway. iJ ivestuMuidutJy,suntiayii oepied.) rN AND ArTbU ov. iiu, joii. ira.iiis win . . ... . . 4 mi iow T - TXAIXS OoUCQ VEST. 1 . Pittsburg BoCtM I'. Alliance- 1.4a am 7.10 am J)a ml ladam 2.52 a in K.ioam lUiam li p m &iK am lJipm .l.ipm OrrvWIe.., 7.47 1. lu &.&pm v.lup m V p 111 .iua-m 3uaui 6.oupui e.luam 7-VI n ui UiiA'pm roroBi Lima liL63am ,11X2 am liiiam KOUani B.oupm 2.10 p 11, 4.1Tpn 7.0 pre !l.uam ?J!! Plym'th- 2.5 p u. S.uian: CoUan: cnioa)0. 8 20 am TRAINS COISO EAST. MAIL. I EX- EX. Cbleaco. USpm! V.aupm Vljiu'ih-1 y.4jaiu!l2u.Spm ntm-'itisiiu r iw-yne 12jpm 3L3vpm Mmi. t-'urtsil X-uapiu Ulplll 2upm C.4opn 7.WPU1 i.42aiu 5.o6 a in ijupm .uuuni Liiiui 22 a in...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 2 February 1872

Home and Farm. In Debt to His Farm. Oar neighbor Jones," about ten years ago, bought the farm which made him our neighbor. It was a snug little larm of one hundred acres, for which he paid eighty dollars an acre. One thousand dollars was all that he could pay down, leaving a debt of seven thousand dollars. The land was not in a high state of culti ration, but was in a good condition to receive improvement Our friend felt that he had a heavy burden to bear, for one so weak as he ; and set about with all his energy to lessen it. lie would, as he said, suffer nothing toj ncretse his debt, or claim any pait . of the money with which he meant to decrease it. lie would countenance no outlay. Improvements must be a secondary consideration must wait their time. - lint of all, Lis farm must be paid lor ; then he would talk ol improvements. With this idea he went to work. He bought no fertil ixcrs and drained no marshes. He put nothing on his land he could not ' afford to but took everything ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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