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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 24 November 1876

THE JEFFER30NIAN A. H. B AISLE Yi Issued Every Friday Morning. Terms of Subscription : One Year ? 0 Six Month W Thre Month City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mails at the Findlay Poet-Office. DarAaTCaV. ijurru Branch C t li iA " a. m. L. JC.A I , MH. going Month, ii-Abu. ia. Curry ffremr C.ft-A" L AK-.5H) p. ui. r, HAL Itk tftnv jwUA. i I :1 Aor A i.rt u. D. PAKfL'-K. Vtn -tirr.Pnuje.HJ"- nd HnvUi)Ur.e -r.i .. ui.rl4. miliui.uv. i .i. ill HI mrh l d ttouMo-on t-'9 Oo-.rr .. ..i.i Kui ti r! V . ml I p til. .rto. Wtlti-sjffon Unnitirk Toel. .! talur.!. I Ml. .... 'At Kvtgt 'MUsjh Kninoke. Felmore nnd OU (kM-iW'Uv ! rril-.ai7 a. m. Krtoa HUm.HL uuey nn-t l'nlUton-V t-1S ' 5 . m. Vc tt J rW iVenlcr. ra.iJU' .Thursday at-d siato'day. i 1 - . CDU1TY oFincens. (JMkvr-a Ileum Jmtlye Jxni. n Pi;or. iciuar uwrnxert. fJwxnf 0.w -e I W. i'f-o:e. I'ttuntrer PtlrtHmlnl. Uecuriler Paul Kaiueirr. -rtbue Jtuiifc nwiu-' H. Iliilt!M. tiKeriff Samuel Jsyr-a. fromecuUay A'torney - tieii...

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. — 24 November 1876

Great Glosina OeI Sale! $20,000. New Dry Goods, bought for cash during the late decline must he closed entirely out in 90 days to engage exclusively inthe BOOT AND SHOE TKADE. Merchants and everybody will find our Goods lower than they can be bought for in Eastern Markets. HUME & HALL. 4indlan geffersaniatt Flndlar. Ohio, Xor. 21. 187 A. H.BALSLET, Editor and Proprietor, Bates' official majority in this State ia 7,516. . The Republicans have a majority of 1 on joint ballot, in the ew Jersey Legislature. Thk Eastern complications become mora eomrjlicated and war is more threatening. Although Connecticut cast its elec toral vote for Tilden, the Legislature is Republican by a majority of twetty fire. BOTH South Carolina and Louisiana have eleeted Republican Legislatures, and two United States Senators will be secured to the Republicans from each of those States. Orders are said to have been sent to Commodore Kickolson, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, to place all the vessels of that Nav...

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. — 24 November 1876

SPECIAL ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO. Will Offer on Monday Morning, October 30th MEW STYLE DRESS GOODS, Bought -By Our Resident Buyer in New York, at Bankrupt Sale, AT 50 CENTS OIVF THE DOLLAR. Will Close Our Stock of Boots and Shoes at Less Than Cost, COMMENCING MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30th. New Goods! SHUCK & BROWN Are Eoeelvlng a Splendid Block o( liie Bett lnailL OI RUBBER GOODS! IN THE MARKET. Mens' Rubber Boots (Warranted Pare Gum,) Boys' Rubber Boots, Youths' Rubber Boots, Ladies' Rubber Boots, Also, a Fall Assortment of Orer Shoes of All Kinds. The Beit Assortment of BOOTS & SHOES IS TOWS AT Shuck & Brown's. Local Produce Market. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY. O., Nov. 23, 1876 Eggs, 1820 cents. Butter, 18a20 cents. Hides, green, 5iS cents, i I ides, dry, 8 cent. Calf, green, 8, cents. ' Calf, ury, 810 cents. Sheep Pelts, 20c00c Tallow 7 cent. Lard 1011 cents. Flax seed, (1 10. Rags, 1 cents. Beeswax, 25 cents. Timothy Seed $1 50 per bu. Clover Seed 13cU per pound....

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. — 24 November 1876

Wit and Humor. "Jake." said the blushing damsel to a lover tbat her father bad forbidden the house, "I don't care if your feet are big; I love you just as much. 'Wall, Sally, I dont mind so much abont the size of my own feet, but I wish your dad's were a little smaller; I should feel more confident yoa know, about staying." Xot a thousand miles from Rich mond a wife lay in a dying condition ti : i..Antnn a ilmr nrrjhan Ctrl jiai lug uiuujuc - " who was grown the dying woman cai.- ed to her and saia: "i wm bm i. you my little children, motherless. They know you and love yon, and aft er I am gone I want you and my bus band to marry." The youn g woman, bursting into tears said: "We were iot a!!v:ng about that" ' Zlr. Tompkins," said a young lady who had been &bowitig off her wit at the expense of a dangler, "you remind me ot a barometer ium un nothing in the upper story." "Divine Julia," meekly replied her adorer, "in 1 - n fnr tlmr. rj-llpnlilllflit let lUZUiaiUK jvu v. c me remin...

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. — 1 December 1876

THp JEFFERSONIAN A, H. BALSLEYi Issued Every Friday Morning. Term of Subscription. : One Year. . ? 55J Six MonO 1 rj. Three Months " City and County Directory. .AiMl avsTocparture) of Irlaila mt thw - - Finder Pt-OWo. .. . lABtllVA'-. Cbrr Vs CMl iTaiiSwM. -fae-J Artlngion. WiUvtm " l "" ! od Ha,tird.v. ' '"- . i mi BentmButo money mn; rwUeUm-r" mcVommtP'MlnoeiJenirT-Tu U.Thdry , and lSAluriy, i if COUNTY OFICtS. Qpmwwt I-" Vk' J.mi.. iur. tudiur-Htfm n. MtMr. Vlirkof Cw -- .'r-1 . rrwimT rVtcr It lr. JCecorder rui kiuuiri. Probate Judye ax.uj- M. iluitiusm. tAT-lT S..n ik-I Mr-a. Proouting Attorney .tei(r llrowu. CWW- II. K.Cl.l.. Omainfoiun- Jmepn Hailim.u. John Bishop aud John rvcii"nl"i 'JnllrmHiry Director Jacoo Tooatuaou KM. Walton, end J.K. Bullions. ilrx;- et.prruUnU--l K. M tre. hckyai 1U i im-ert J .Pltllord. J. K. stagy and Uorllas Marts. TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. Ti astirs Wm Martin, John Larkluaaud Job Chain beritn. dcrk-H. II. MVcier. TreoMrrr-Hugb Newell r-D. B. &eardty ...

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. — 1 December 1876

$10,000 WoiMMDrf m Another Great Reduciton in Pri A good assortment still of Dix-v- Cocul.-:.. Shawk. Flannels, Jeans, Cbs&iieres Yarns, Blankets, Table Linens, Tov.c' ings, Waterproofs, Mittens, Cloves, Hos iery, Carpet Warps ami Millinery, thr.t will be closed out at l'rlfC'S Lover Than Ever. Xew Prints, Muslins and fJinpr liams will be kept and sold at cost t:!l the entire stock of Dry Goo-l-i is closed out Designing to devote O'ir emir? attention to our largc'and growing L'oot and Shoe Trade, Merchants and every body having to purchase (foods will be profited by calling soon at HUME & HALL'S. P. S. Manufacturers agency of the Best and Clieajtcst Warranted Siai.le and Fine Boots and Hboes mens" Vatcrjroff Boots, Best Candcc Cuni Loots ami a kinds of Overshoe s. li- t 1 1. indta gJefferzouinn. Findlaj, Obio, lice. 1. A. H.BALSLET, Editor aud Proprietor, Early. We go to press this week earlier than usual in order to make room 5r MTlianksgiving:' for the ' boys,"' and be cau...

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. — 1 December 1876

SPECIAL SALE OF DRESS GOODS. ------ " ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO. . O Will Offer on Monday Morning, October 30th, NEW STYLE DRESS GOODS, JBouglit By Oar Resident "Buyer in New York, at-Bankrupt Sale, rill AT 50 tl o i t Will Close Our Stock of Boots and Shoes at Less Than Cost, . COMMENCING MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30th. CENTS ON THE DOXIAR. a 1 Hew, Goods ! BKOWN Are Receiving a Rplendld Block of the Best RUBBER; GOODS! . . j ' ) - , IN THE MARKET. Mens' Rubber Boots (Warranted Pure Gum,) Boys' Rubber Boots, Youths' Rubber Boots, - Ladies' Rubber Boots, Also, a Full Assortment of Over Shoes of All Kinds. The Beat Assortment of BOOTS & SHOES . r J IS TOWN AT Shuck & Brown's. SHUCK & Local Produce Market. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O., Nov 23, 1876. Eggs, 1?20 cents. Butter, 1820 cents. Hides, green, 58 cents. Hides, dry, 8 cents. - Calf, green, 8 cents. Calf, cry, 10 cents. " Sheep Pelts, 20c60c .. Tallow 7 cents. - ' Lard 1011 cents. ' . Flaxseed, $1 10. f . : ; ) Ra...

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. — 1 December 1876

Some, Farm and Garden VALUABLE RECIPES. Old-Fashioskd Molasses Casdy. Into kettle holding at least four times the amount of molasa to be used, poor a convenient quantity of good molassea. Place oreraslow fire and boa a half hour, stirring all the time to diminish as much as possible , inl.u nf rinlk eansed bT boiling - . - . .. - s and enecung tne nre or reniovuig kettle il mere is any aangertu tents running over. Be very careful not to let the candy burn, especially near the close of the boiling. When a little dropped in cold water becomes quickly hard and snaps apart like a pipe stem, add a teaspoontul ol car hnn&f of soda, free from lamps, to every two quarts. Btir quickly to mix, and pour on greased platters to cooL When the eandv is sufficiently cool to handle without burning the hands, it is pulled back and forth, the bands beinz rubbed with a little butter to prevent the candy sticking to them. Hour is sometimes used for this pur- pose, but gives an unpleasant taste to tt...

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. — 8 December 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BATJ5LEY. Issued Every Friday MorniB. Termn of Subscription : One Year J Six Months : 1 J Three Months jU City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of IWaile at the Finaiay Pwt-offico. ' OunvBroMeh C. A A C ii.,:laa. m. L.X.dH,HK.ovimgNuuth. 11:16. m. 4: p. m. . Curry Kraneh C.H. C. Kii-. p. m. L. E CKk.gutna Suutn. il'.lia u. - - Aor a, 4.a p m. Ut ssrr , ye . tLifj mait BowUnyUnen I'aa-i sy.luur.l. aud Sturiliiy,i in. VI i i'A-l-xl Hrku and Emg a Otmser. Waxlaaatdity ana f'aruj . i v Aril ta.on. WUU.ntlo-on and Uunkirk Tuesdaj. and rtalunUy. t I p " . .,., ' Kidas Ouam i Mavudce.Belmore.and Oil .Tiiiav ,! fr'rulAi . at 7 a. m. BrmUM KulfeVtn'ey and Pendleton-fTiauyM 9 a. tn. 4a Dumb and fljriape Outer- rutada y.Thu I ml y and Saturday, al 1 p tn. COUNTY OFJCERS. Umsoa Fleas JuJift Jme pillar. , strtUoe- dwtfe rt. Moatier. iXerauf Cmf -Scs-l W. Preble. 7V iwnr fr.it Hotter. Uectrder Paul K merer. " frble Judge iSaiuj-l 11. lliiflmai . Sheriff Ituiiel M...

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. — 8 December 1876

$10,000 Worth of New Dry Goods Left, Another Great Reduction in Prices. . . A good assortment still of Dregs Goods Shawls. Flannels, Jeans, Cassimeres. Yarns, Blankets, Tabic Linens, Towrl- ings, Waterproofs, Mittens, Gloves, Hos iery, Carpet Warps and Millinery, that will be closed out at Trices Lower Tlian Ever. New Trints Muslins and Ging liams will be kept and sold at cost till the entire stock of Pry Goods is closed out Designing to devote our entire attention to our large and growing Boot and Shoe Trade, Merchants and every body having to purchase Goods will be profited by calling soon at HUME & HALL'S. P. S. Manufacturers agency of the Best and Cheapest Warranted Staple and Fine Boots and Shoes, mens' Waterproof Boots, Best Candee Gum Boots and all H. & H. indfog Hefttrsomntt. FIndlay, Ohio, Dec. 8. 1879 A. H. B1LSLET, Editor and Proprietor. Thk Democracy still sigh, for that one electoral rote, but are constantly reminded that it is still a 0. Thb Democratic talk abo...

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. — 8 December 1876

SPECIAL SALE OF DRESS GOODS. ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO. Will Offer on Monday Morning, October 30th, NEW STYLE, DRESS GOODS, Bought By Oar Resident Buyer in New York, at Bankrupt Sale, AT 50 CENTS Oltf THE DOIIAR. v - - - - Will Close Our Stock of Boots and Shoes at Less Than Cost, COMMENCING MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30th. New Goods! SHUCK & BROWN Are B-eelving; Splendid 8Uck of the Best Quailtj of RUBBER GOODS! ' IN THE MARKET. Mens' Rubber Boots (Warranted Pure Gum,) Boys' Rubber Boots, ; Youths' Rubber Boots, Ladies' Rubber Boots, Also, a Fell Assortment of Over Shoes of All Kinds. Tb Beet Assortment of BOOTS SHOES IS TOWN AT Shuck & Brown's. Local Produce Market. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY. O., Dec. 7, 1876. Eggs, 1820ceBts. Butter, 18&20 cents. Hides, green, u6J cents. Hides, dry, 8 cents. Calf, green, 8$ cents. Calf, git, 910 cents. 6heep Pelts, 20c60c Tallow 7 cent. . Lard 910 cents. Flaxseed, fl 10. Rags, li cents. Beeswax, 25 cents. Timothy Seed $1 SO per bu. ...

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. — 8 December 1876

Some, Farm and Garden NEAT STOCK IN WINTER. It is a very bad practice to al'of milch cows, or neat stock of any kind, to fall away in condition by exposure to the cold weather of the late fall ar.d early winter. It should ba tbe aim and object of every farmer to keep tbem alwayi improving in condition. When the secretion of milk in dairy cows is diminished by want of nutritions food or exposure to cold, it is very difficult to increase it again evs n by liberal feed ing and comfortable fcbeitcr. Wiiea anlmnla are exposed to cold a large por tion of the food they consume goes to sustain the natural heat of their bodU s and only a small part of it can be glar ed towards furnitLing milk or fat. A large quantity of food is n i'Jireu 10 fatten animals in cold weather unlets tbe temperature of the house if nearly equal to that of their bodies. lii'cb cows require plenty of food at all times, as "that whicn comes out at tbe pail most go in at the mouth," but cure should be taken that scour...

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. — 15 December 1876

THE JEFFEBSONIAN A. H. BALSXXT; Ixjuea jjVery frliay Morning. - Tnas of Subaoription Om Year t2 00 Six Months 00 Three Months 5 City and County Directory. i Diutun of Maito at ttn Find lay rot-mio. - .- iifinviti js-av AVA CA tt at,:la. . L. A . Aaf- pif Hviuh, 11:1 a-m. .VortA. 437 p. m. r j.ABITAL. OmarMCC..t K..S-p. ra. AW-?. Taaauaa IMS U tq;Oa Huwkm. Ret -mere. mt B UiJ3Lt J Fridr . B-ufJimt's" '-ir-" " twUv.ThailtoF m4 4wnMr. COUNTY OF'ICCRS. Oil win ftsmr Judge JUM FlUars. sarfaawr-Oaurg H. MaelM-r. Mara wu -te-vt W. t-r-bla. IWmiw- f4r Hoslwr. - . JtotxM-ful Kimnrtr. Jd.v iaoai B. H a 0 ' KSmrtf a,ianal Myr.s. ? Attorney -l!iry Brawn. CkaiwlWMn- Josepti sUllsiuan. Jolia l. Bishop aal Jfttiu tvdtfingutii. InArmary Directors-Jacoo Tuo:op-ou Watson, and J. R. Buelioug. StAwl Hi iwam-J .r"lUtord. J. R. Kagy mmd UotUmm Marts. - TOWMtHIP OFFICERS. franm Wia Martin, M Un-hrnaaa JobCbamnerna. OrrA H. H. Met liar. f i wwrg- Hugh Newell. .. . ; ywltm-U. B. Beardalty and O. A. Rallard ...

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. — 15 December 1876

$10,000 of New Dry Goods Left. Another Great Reduction in Prices. A good assortment still of Drees Goods Shawls. Flannel, Jeans, Cassimeres, Yarns. Blankets, Table Linens, Towel- ings, Waterproofs, Mittens, Cloves, Hos iery, Carpet Warps and Millinery, tliat will be closed out at Trices Lower Than Ever. New Prints, Mnslins and Ging hams will be kept and sold at cost till the entire stock of Dry Goods is closed out Designing to devote our entire attention to our large and growing Boot and Shoe Trade, Merchants and every body having to purchase Goods will be profited by calling soon at HUME & HALL'S. P. S. Manufacturers agency of the Best and Cheapest Warranted Staple and Fine Boots and Shoes, mens' Waterproof Boots, Beet Candee Gum Boots and all & H. Jfindbg gfefferstttistt. FladUy, Ohio Dec. 15. 187 A. H. BAXSLEY, Editor and Proprietor. Ths next House will assuredly be Republican, and the Democrats of the present House are preparing to Bali doze it The 'Still Hunt," for that...

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. — 15 December 1876

it ; : . . ; . . JUL A Vill Offer..; on A NEW t rr n oufeht ByilOur Besident juuTu uliUiiiUJJti ujl . AT GQ, .CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. Vill Clpse Our Stock of Boots and Shoes at Less Than Cost, COHuiNCING MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30th. UOl 1 : SALE OF DRESS ?-G00Db. ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO. .v Monday morning, STYLE DRESS GOODS, Buyer in . New York, at Bankrupt Sale, r. i 1 . OA! uctouer o, 4JfcBaws-ss-sssaa Jew: Goods ! JHUOK &TBR0WN Wit -- : T" re R.Bivlna- a Splendid 8t6ck f the Bast BBER&QODS! IX THE MARKET. Mens' Rubber Boots (Warranted Pure 6mm.) toys' Rubber Bootej i Youths' Rubber Boots, -i ' Ladies' Rubber Boots, Xiao, a Full Assortment of )tter iSIibes- f A1I Kinds. i v. - ' -. i t t - s - The Bt Assortment of . COOTS & ISTWWAT Shuck gs-Brown's. 7 V Ti" Local Produce Market. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY. O., Dec. 14, 1876. Eggs, 20 cents.' Butter, 18 cents. . ' Hides, rre,g.6l cents, v. Hides, dry, 8 cents. lji . Calf, green, 10 cents. Calf. wt. 810 cents , , She...

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. — 15 December 1876

Home, Farm and Garden Home, Farm and Garden TRANSPLANTING NUT-BEARING TREES. Ia o'mo 'unaccountable manner th Idea that aU kind of not-bsaring trees arc difficult to trw.npla.nt and made to lire has become widespread among those who arc most directly interested in mch operations. It to also sarpris ing bow mncb more tenaciously an er ror will cling to life and become dis seminated than a troth which might be of rust benefit to all who endeavor to rJrofit by it Many of the most ab surd practice of those tillers of the oil who flourished centuries ago are still in vogue amoDg us in spite of our boasted progress and intelligence. We will not weary our readers uj giving a list of the nonsensical ideas which have been handed down to ns regard ing the cultivation of plants or the rearing of animals, as it will serve our purpose at this time to simply call attrition to the one which relates to the transplanting of nut bearing trees. The notion seems to prevail among a large class of person...

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. — 22 December 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BALSIXY. Issued Every Friday Morning. of Subeorijition : One Tear 2 Six Months 1 "? Three Months City and County Directory. Arrival artel Departure of Mail at the ; i r FWfcflay Post-Office). - " ' Dt.-TC. Brat h C. A C. Aff . a. m. .. . A . . - out" " ' 'i!6 m - - - Swth.Kia p. m. aUITIU1. Orrer ra.- C. . A C. . 5"W P- " K A L Kit Aor k, t; p n. p.PAircit. -lam " .V. I M. I .d S -r.lav.ai sa.ui. Mf Hi ..- d AnctlD-n '"tl Uwrt -e-61tflMl Iv'.tiisssKow.eaaa! l""04 Vxt fill:- oaas foia.rt.ore.endG.f f(M Kide.HMyaMl ltetoa-p-rUlay.at and Hianlr.Hl p- at. COUHTY OFFICERS. CWi-h rVei Vwlge Jninea Pillars. - .esUtttnT - OeTV Moaner. tlrrKof Curia '-c el W. Preble, rwunrw Ki-mt Holrr. Hmonter Paul Keioerrt. " 1 frottr J-4r;e Hsmu -t B. Huflraau. nhrrlfT Hani net JSyf-e. IHoonU9 Attorwg -Heury Brown. rJorosver- 1. K. Cliuw Comnuionrr- Joseph HAltstnan, John u -iiop sad JobB uljinniau. '- insrmsrru Otreetors laeoo Tuompvm K. w WMWI, and J. K BuUou. Jlnury i(rinikU-ll. ...

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. — 22 December 1876

. :3 $10,000 Worth of New Dry Goods Left. Another Great Reduction in Prices. Afcood anoortrxjent still of Dress Goods -Shawls, i Flannels, ' Jeans, Oassimeres, Yarns, Blankets, TaLle Linens, Torrel ings. Waterproofs, Mittens, Gloves, Hos iery, Carpet Warps and Millinery, that win be closed out at Prices Lower Than ' Evr. 5ew Printe, Muslins and Ging hams irill be kept and sold at cost till : the entire stock of Dry Goods is closed out Designing to devote onr entire attention to our large and growing Boot and Shoe Trade, Merchants and every body having to purchase Goods will lie profited by calling soon at HUME & HALL'S. P. S. Manufacturers agency of the Best and Cheapest Warranted Staple and Fine Boots and Shoes, mens' Waterproof Boots, Best Candee Gum Boots and all '' kinds of Orershoes. H. & H. . indhu ifeffersottixtt. Fladlay, Okl, Dee. 22. 187 A. B. B1LSLET, Editor tad Proprietor, ' Pcmocbact hereabout are willing to ' mmDramiM on the Postofflce. Any thing to let them ou...

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. — 22 December 1876

SPECIAL SALa ANDERS ONv"WINDERS & CO. Will Offer on Monday Korningy October NEW STYLE DRZSS GOODS, Bought By Our Resident uyer in AT 50 CBIffTS OIT THE Will Close Our Stock of Boot.- sr;cl Shoes at Less Than Cost, COMMENCING MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30th. mlESS I fOODS. Nst York,, at Bankrupt Sale, I BOLLAR. j New Goods ! SHUCK Are fUeetvlng Kplendid Stock of the Best RUBBER GOODS! " IN THE MARKET. Mens' Rubber Boots (Warranted Pure Gum,) Boys' Rubber Boots, Youths' Rubber Boots, Ladies' Rubber Boots, Also, a Full Assortment of Orer Shoes of All Kinds. -)' ': 1iM AaortmtM of BOOTS & SHOES j IN TOWN AT Shuck & Brown's. & BROWN Local Produce Market. FINDLAY. O., Dec. 21, 1876. Egg, 20enta. Butter, 1&&20 cents. Hides, green, 66 cents. Hides, dry, 8 cents. Calf, green, 10 cents. Calf, urr, 910 cents. Bbeep Pelts, 25c75c. Tallow7 cents. . Lard R9 cents. t Flax seed, fl 25. Rags, lt cents. ' Beeswax, 25 cents. ; '; Timothy Seed $1 50 per bu. ' Clover Seed 13i14ci pe...

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. — 22 December 1876

SLOANE ! THE TRIUMPH OF CRIME A Nolle Prosequi entered in Each Case —And the Great Railroad Robber Goes Forth Whitewashed. Prosecuting Attorney Lee Applies the Prosecuting Attorney Lee Applies the Whitewash. Prosecuting Attorney Lee Applies the Whitewash. And it is Generally Believed Pockets a Large Fee for the Service. Wbn Bash R. Sloane retained to Bandaaky City, a tbort time line and entered bail for blf appearenoe at Court to answer to fire indictment for forgery and embezzlement, it ' generally opposed that be bad arrang ed matten so tbat be would really ee- p the eoneqnenee of bis acta. irbOe perbape being adjudged nomin r c ally guilty, bat tbe people of Sandusky - ; v City were hardly prepared for tbe re- salt as it eame about on Saturday last . There were in all twenty-four Indict- . meats pending against Sloane,bnt only fire upon which be bad entered bait Tet on Saturday last Prosecuting At tomey Lee entered Court, and infornt- ed Judge Finnef rock tbat be desired to enter...

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