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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 29 December 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BALSLEY; Issued Every Friday Morning. Terms of Subscription : One Year Six Months 1 52! Three Month 00 City and County Directory. ' .Arrival and Departure or Mails at the '-- Findlay Poat-Offie). BCPSKTEa. . CrBronc C A - ; ! &.Lt . UK. going mth. I III a '" - Aer.47 m. MIVtl. (brry Broach C. . C-: At.. SOU - L.KtLKk. yosmy tomth.ii, a to m - Awr a, 4:4R p ! D.PASrl'KK. -ralr.lUttrl. and -1"'V,''"2LS Aft iiA.-fca.d,fi'.coi i-tct-ff ttorwcr. Wednesday aodlardy.sll . trtt-vo. sytluMMto DuKt'rk Toeaa and Maturd?. nx. 1 p iu- .,. Oak UtAat Ottiw Kot-olce. Wmrr.al Ofl- tM-fwlT a..d Kridy.i . J . f Seto Hitls,!iUy ai fen-Ueton-V riaay 6 -. IS . . n TkNrttlllf AfcCDMO sua rvn-igcjeniT- . -sad Saturday, at i p. in. COUNTY OFFICERS. Ommm iteu Jmiipr -Jsum s f lllax. 4 editor- iwne . Moober. Clerk of Couru -cl W. Preble. Treasurer rVU-.r 11 xtlcr. Recorder Pull Kemerer. frMtste Judye atnus B. Hurltuai.. Sheriff -taiuaet sjyr-s. ProeersUsny Attorney -Harif Broun. Cbr...

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. — 29 December 1876

$18,000 Worti tf Kev Bry Gosfls Left.--- Another Great reduction ic Prices. A good assortment still of Dress Good Shawls. Flannels, Jeans, Cassimcres Yarns, Blankets, Table Linens, Towel ings, Waterproofs, Mittens, Gloves, Hos iery, Carpet Warps and Millinery, tliat will be closed out at Trices Lower Than Ever. Jfew Prints, Mtislins and Ging hams will be kept and sold at cost ti!! 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 k. 6 HUME & HALL'S, P.. S. Manufacturers agency of the Best and Cheapest Warranted Staple and I Fine Boots and Shoes, mens' Waterproof! Boots, Best Candee Gum Boots and kinds of Overshoes. H. i II. gindtev Jtffcr soman. Fladlay, Onto. Dec. 29. 176 A. H.B1LSLEY, Editor and Proprietor, Thk Supreme Court of Oregon lias decided that tbe act of Governor G rov er was illegal. ' H" w appomt oe.ega.te. Fbom April 1st to Dec....

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. — 29 December 1876

SPECIAL SALE OF DRESS -GOODS. ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO. Will Offer on Monday Morning, October 30 th, NEW STYLE DRESS GOODS, t. . '. Bought By Our Resident Buyer in New York, at Bankrupt Sale, ' ' AT 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. Will Close Our Stock of Boots and Shoes COMMENCING MONDAY MORNING, at Less Than Cost, OCTOBER 30th. New Goods! SHOOK & BROWN Are Receiving a Rplef!''i .;ici iu 1 01 l tbe Bt --RUBBER GOODS! IX THE MARKET. Mens' Rubber Boots (Warranted Pure Gum.) Boys' Rubber Boots, Youths' Rubber Boots, Ladies' Rubber Boots, Also, a Full As ortment of Orer Shoes of All Kinds. The Best Assortment of - - BOOTS & SHOES IX TOWN AT- Shuck & Brown's. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY. O., Dec. 28, 1876. Butter, 18&20 cents. Rides, green, 66J cents. Hides, dry, 8 cents. Calf, green, 10 cents. Calf, try, 910 cents. Sheep Pelts, 25c75c Tallow 7 cent. Lard 89 cents. Flax teed, ft 25. Rags, H cents. Beeswax, 25 cents. Timothy Seed $1 50 per bu. Clover Seed 13T14cts per pound. P...

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. — 29 December 1876

Fame, Farm and Car den Fame, Farm and Car den FARMERS' CLUBS. ' wilelkVe ia farmers' clubs, not because our reason tell. tl.a. tU mutual toUrcbanga of experience b produetire of more experience; not -oJy because the experience of many ! U more reliable than the experience of oe,naiwefulfcall;not only be eautt an acquaintance with the prec tiee of others adds power. to onreelves to aubjuBate our farm to our needs; bat because the actual praellse-ttie actual existence and Urfng expenence baa shown conclusively that an at tire, working, well-sustained ianiien. elab baa been, and is, of great value, not only to the participants therein. f but also to the neighborhood wherein ' It is organized. Each member should be an active one, and should be willing to attend and take part in its deliberations. In order that this may be so, he mast be put under an obligation to attend and do bis part. Such an obligation may readily be formed by the pressure of the inherent force of courtesy and hos pi...

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. — 5 January 1877

: THE JEFFERSONIM! A. H. BAXSLEY; Issued Every Friday Morning, Terms of BubnoripUon: One Tear... g Six Months 1 Three MoniUs City and County Directory. Arrival - Departure oT'-an. Findlay Post-Office. r Houlh. 11:15 a ABAIVAS. . , .. a.. KK..SOU P- m- fwM JMYaaSBrA ... Mao NoalA. ll:la . Aur fc. 4i p n. Wedaesday M",,!mU,r,,!i,,Ii i Tod ad Mamrday. - l - and vttoS,lWOfr-ra.l-..v.TUarl.y and iManUf. at 1 1 '- COUNTY OFFICERS (Mwk Xros yrfo J f 1 1 lar. fr-W UMtns 1 W. fretit. Tre irr evier H nler. Horvrdvr Paul K-Hierrr. tVibW- JwLje as ua-l B. lludi.au. Hhxrlff lain a Hi Hj r a. PrwimUng AUttrneg -Ucury Brown. OssMMHOMn- JmdIi Afellanari, John L) Bwtiop an I Joiin fl ivu. infirmiarg iHredort faouo rii-:iipoa B.X WsWiB. and J. R Uuanuiia. Infirmary SuperinUndentK. M. Le. cMlun-i fiUalord. J. U. KtgJ and unrllaa liartx. TOWNSHIP OFFICERS 7rMsset-Vin. MarUn, Julia Larklua and Jov Cuam oerlla. Xer-H.U. Metier. TrroMu-er- Htiah Nawall JmtHm-U. K. fioardly and O. A.. Ballard. Onulabia -Jl...

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 1877

ANNUAL MESSAGE OF GOV. R. B. HAYES, To the Sixty. Third General Assembly To the Sixty. Third General Assembly at the Session Commencing January. 2d, 1877. To tA General Assembly : - - me report oi ine ommn u.h- the State Governtrient and Institutions, how that the ReneraT cosdttlon -V bMiu affair which it is oar duty to ctnsiJcr, is very gratifying. The demand for c:en- sire change oi tue lawe. which temptation to ex-esfcive legislation is at the present time less urjrrnt than nua'. and you mo, 1 trust, therefore he congra ulated on the prospect of a 6hort and har ae&sion., FINANCES. oh .: Urn . j-tj o JV "' .-i The following h a hriof summary of li;e present financial coudiiw.n af the Stair On tbe 1 Vb day of Koermber, 1S7.V - ' - ' the pub 1c debt of lb.- Nu w J7. 9 9-?-' JZ The redemptions during the vear were: : In of 1875 l.r,.4H62 Ontetaoding November. IbTO 4U8l.aj5 a Of the amount oulta.idtng on the lainof November laat.tti- eumol U,8a6 OU had eeoeed todraw Inter est, lb-...

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 1877

iiiii. SPECIAL SALE OF DRESS GOODS. ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO. Offer on Monday Morning-, October 30th, NEW STYLE DRESS GOODS, By Our Resident Buyer in New York, at Bankrupt Sale, 2LT 50 CEHTS ON THE DOLLAR. Will Bouglit Will Close Our Stock of Boots and Shoes COMMENCING MONDAY MORNING, at Less Than Cost, OCTOBER 30th. ; j J i ; -1 ' Ma1! r iff.' t Pi t New Goods ! SHUCK- & BROWN , reJt eelvii-g a Rpleudid Stock of the Best RUBBER GOODS! '' '-s' ' IX THE MARKET. mm m i m V iiti' el !i.'U J " mens' Kucaer tjooisru. -,-v (Varrante! Pure Gum,) Boys' Rubber Boots, 1UUU19 11UUIA1 Ladies' Rubber Boots, y Also, a Full Assartment of 0?er Shoes of ; All Kinds. . The Owt Avortmant f .1 uuur ct IJf TOWW AT Shuck & Brown's. t ioa , ' 20 Local Produce Market. FINDLAY. O., Jan. 4, 1877. Chickens, 8 cents Turkeys, 8 cents Ducks, 7 cents Geese, 4 cents . Eggs, 20 cents. " butter, l&a20 cents. Hides, green. 66J cenU. t '..nr. Hides, dry, 10 cental Calf, green, 8 cents. : . i f ' Calf, dr...

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 1877

. , : - mating, rot only the managers but Mr TiUen himueif, in :be flor's made to tic fraud tie IicpublicAn majorities in Vcr mont,Wi8Ctmsin,XerrafckiiATid in On ?ot : in the mud hunt for the one e'.ec: ml v u-1 neccensary to success, and with th ta ties practiced in many of the Southern States which were approved and defend ed by the two candidates on the Di-mc-cratic Presidential ticket, that they while still professing a slack allegience f their party, do not hesitate to exprcs their condemnation, and secretly hope for the inauguration of Governor Hayes The committee appointed on the part of the Senate to confer wi;h a like eommiv tee on the part of the House relative to an adjustment of the difference exist ing as to the mode of counting the electoral vote is conceded to be a very able one; but there arc heard many ex pressions oi disapproval of the partisan ship that prompted Mr Rendall in rank ing up the committee. Mr 'Adams' S Hewitt, probably regretted his itncau tious and p...

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 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN iBsnedEvery Friday MorniD. TOTffli of Sub-oriptions $2 00" OmY:-...100 igixM't- 60 ? TfcreeMoaths City and County Directory. ,0 tupat-r-oi ! a n " TH.' aye. 'ZTH- L. at . '. sG p m. . Wedseadav - I,Jtt Tue-da bM-lue-siav a..d JSrlday.at Beote MdtfJHte PtHu--VeasVaaWP. ,Orr-T-l.y.TUcrJ.J and "Saturday, "'l COUNTY OF""ICeS. Onanxm Judge J " Pillars. jttutitor - IHHitge rt. Afoalier. tier of L - I W. PreUi. Trtuurar Crftr Jlimler. Recorder Pul Ketnerer. rr vJdsc iiiB9i' B. Hurlu.au. Hhenff -imu:l Myr. TrZi-Mg A larm, y - Henry Bro- CWmer- JoMpb Haltsnian. JobB U HuiMiiU' 4lia bUinuu. lnflrar -tireeUirm- l-ou laotnpoa lt.M Wautuo an 1 J . R. Bwtou. s;. "W"r-l .Piltlord. J.R KK anf iorii lrt. TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. Iimlw Mar Ob. Juna LatIum JwoCbam berlla. Jer-H.H. Me-Bler- . 7mr-Uuli Naweu. . frilt .ij, j. 6nn-y Bd O. A. Ballard. -J.joi naraie ,uu j. - BOAOUCH OFFICERS. tlmyr jaooo Carr. Clerk J un A,. Meek. TVeararxr U. D Hour. MmnKtl Jm WIIsob. CaeM-K. fm-t, e.Oarlln. Joh...

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 1877

$10,1110 full' I KeiDrj Gds i ML Another Great reduction ii Prices. A good assortment Btill of Dress Coods Shawls. Flannels, Jeans. Caasi meres Yarns, Blankets, Table Linens, Towel ings, Waterproofa. Mittens. Gloves, Hos iery, Carpet Warps and Millinery, lha' will be closed out at Prices Lower Than Ever. Xew Prints, Muslins and Ging hams will be kept and sold at cost till the entire stock of Dry Goods is closed oat Designing to devote our entire attention to our large and growing Eoo 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 S-aple and Fine Boots and Shoes, mens' Waterproof Boots. Best Candee Gum Boots and ai: kinds of Overshoe H. & II. 4ittdlag gfeffersoaiatt. Flndl7. Ob to. Jan. 12. 17 , H.B1LSLEY, Editor and Proprietor, TH Ohio Legislature will adjoun on Friday next, for a three weeks viwt rtv- th l.i.uan Indimiants at 1 un wvu w v Washi...

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 1877

SPECIAL SALE OF DRESS GOODS. , ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO. - ' - ' - i. Will Offer on Monday Morning", October 30th, NEW STYLE DRESS GOODS, Bought By Oar Resident Buyer in New York, at Bankrupt Sale, . AT 60 CEOTTS ON THE DOLLAR. Will Close Our Stock of Boots and Shoes at Less Than Cost, COMMENCING MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30th. New Goods ! SHUCK &. BROWN Are R calving a Rnlendid Stock of tbe Bent Quaillj of RUBBER GOODS! IN Til 12 MARKET: Mens' Rubber Boots (Warranted Pure Gum,) Boys' Rubber Boots, Youths' Rubber Boots, Ladies' Rubber Boots, Also, a Full Art irtmcnt of Orer Shoes of All Kinds. The Bett amortmeut of ioOTS&SHOES INTTDWNAT Shuck & Brown's. if Local Produce Market. FINDLAY. O., Jan. 11, 1877. Chicken. 6 cents Turkeys. cents Ducks, 8 cents Geese, 5 cents Eggs, 20 cents. Butter, 18030 cents. , .. . . Hides, green 66J cents. - " ' Hides, dry, 10 cents. . ; ; ;M. t Calf, green, cents. Calf, ory, 910 cents. - BUeep Pell, 555c75c. i '' .: I '.' Tallow 6 cents. Lar...

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 1877

FIND A WAY; OR MAKL IT. I Ambition eleep". lad, in your brain. Bright hopes may HU aae it Ton aee tlie goal, but ne'er a path. Then find a way or make it. To get th cocoanui rich meat, Toe abell ia bard, you briak it ; The fragrant leaf iu odor Lolds Until yon bruiae or shake it. Untrodden to the path you chaose You .may be wiae to take it; But look ahead, all danger see. And then you may escape it. A mountain, far too steep to climb. Well, then, don't try to do it; You may be able to go round, Or patiently dig through it- A fence, you say, but ne'er a gate ! What can you do? you wonder; Just scale the wall ; mount, if you can, And If you can't, crwl under. Tour way is muddy. Wait awhile Let winds and sunshine dry it; Still, wait not for another rain. To see some comrade try it. A river deep; you cannot swim - Nj steamer there, you know it , Well, if there is no other way, . " , Build your own boat and row it. ' Kay, lad. we know the way is hard Down hill and up steep mountain; And ...

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 1877

A. H. BAXSLEYi Issued Every Friday Morning. Term of Subscription : One Yer.... -v ' Six Months..'. ThOloC-1- .' . .... $2 00 1 to THE JEFFERSONIAN City and County Directory. Arrival ar sea-p-fx-" ",e FlnJiy Prt-Office. DsrAaTCaa. aAAIVAW. . tZtt L. Mk- gout i " ooa- ru-dx ad frid . at ' "- , . Beat. VJc- rida .ai jrcuirW Urai--Tu.day.TbanIJ &11 4it4 Hv K I l 0 - COUHir Of DICERS. Cotmntm Fleut Juilfff Jam. a Pillar, .saditor - ejeorge H. Mealier CU-A C-u .-c,t W. Preble. 7Yeircr Peter ilualer. tUrnrtier Paul trwiir. mbtiiJudo itiMH"1 U. Hnnm SWir amujl - ' v,atijiUiirT.fy-rf'iO Biol", rjoroasr O.K. :!. . , , ComnuMtkmert- Joaepti tiaUatnaii. Joliu u Infirmary HuorrinlendeiH K M mnl iMrllM llartx. TOWHSHIPOFFlOcRS . TrmtUxiWm. Mr;lD, Job a LarkiB u- Job ;tiuuUerlla. Orrk-U.U. Me-aler. Irrwmrer-Hah Newell. JuvwU. B. UrtiU-y aod . A. Ballard LMUabin -J1 Markl kud J. M. Kyai. BOSOUCH OFFICERS. Mayor J acub Carr. CW Jotin . Heekii. TVawurvr M. O. MaTthtU-Jamtw Wllaoa. Umaauimr J mm A...

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 1877

10,000 Vorti rf Keir Bry Ms i ' Anotlier Great reduction in Prices. A good assortment still of Dress Goods , c!,aB,i. Flannels, Jeans, Cassimeres, Yarns, Blankets, Table Linens. Tow inss, Waterproofs, Mittens, Gloves, Hos irv, Carpet Warps and Millinery, that f ill be closed out at Prices Lower Than Ever. 5ew Prints, Muslins 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 hannj to purchase Goods will be profited by calling soon at HUME & HALL'S. T. 8. Manufacturers agency of the TUat and Cheaneat Warranted Staple and Tine Boots and Shoes, mens' Waterproof Boots, Best Candee Gum Boots ana an lands of Overshoes. H. & H. JfitidUtg geffttsomnn. Fladlay- Ohio. Jaa.lt. W7 A. H. BaXSLET, Editor and Proprietor, A JTCJtBKB of Democratic editor met la Toledo a few days since to bold a mamaml of -war. and concluded they were not fo...

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 1877

SPECIAL S'.T.E OF DRESS GOODS. : ANDElwON, WINDERS & CO. Will Offer on NEW Bought By Our AT GO CENTS ON THE Will Close Our Stock of Boots end Shoe3 at Less Than Cost, COMMENCING MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30th. Monday Morning:, October oOtn,! STYLE DRESS GOODS, Resident Buyer in New York, ( at Bankrupt Sale, DOLLAR. ! : i J j i I J I ; I j I BOOTS MD SHOES For The Next Sixty Days, AT SHUCK & BROWN'S! ARE CLEANING OUr THEIR FINE IVFITO STOCK , 'OF BOOTS & SHOES AT Very Low Prices TO MAKE REACT FOR SPRING GOODS the j Local Produce Market. FINDLAY. O., Jan. 18, 1877. Chickens. 7 cents Turkeys, 9&10 cents Ducks, 8 cents ' Geese, 5 cents Ears, 82 cents. Butter, cenU. Hides, green, 66f cents. , - , : Hides, dry, 10 cents. Calf, green, cenU. Calf, fary,Sl0 cents. Sheep Pelts, 25c75c " Tallow o cents. . ... , Lard 89 cents. ' FUx seed, 1 1 25. '1 : ; 1 t Rajs, 1, cents. Beeswax, 25 cents. ' u . Timottiy Seed $1 50 per bu. Clever 8ed 13i14ciS per pound. Potatoes 7'V575cts per hu...

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 1877

Home, Farm and Garden AGRICULTURAL NOTES AND SUGGESTIONS. GESTIOSS. ' PAST AND THE FUTURE. Jftnuarj is ao appropriate mouth for Uiiog a review of the past year and ! laying down a plan for to future. ptriMM is laid to be a bard teacher, bat to lsasona ara foroible and not earily "forgotten. Th. brilliant expee tattoos fjbe Jannr are seldom real ized. Be bppes toV much. He sowt or plaota In worn 6ut or badly prej ared soil, and be hopes to obtain a good crop. " He keeps inferior breeding ani mala, bat Uo'hopt the. yooog stock produced by them will be of first rate quality. He repeats crops cf the Mine , kind, on, toe same eoH jfiaraf ter year, anJ itni lie hopes that even without manor the land will not be impovei ished, Ht baa, , however, tome if - . giring la all there cases, and tlje i'e suits disappoint bis hopes and confirm bin doabta. A careful, re view of past ' successes and failures will be of great assistance in future operations, as by this means erroneous practices may 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. — 26 January 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BAXSLEY; Issued Every Friday Morning. Ttrnu of Bubaoriptlon : One Year $2 CO e riix ifonths a 1 10 -'. Three Hoiukt 50 City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure ot Mams at he FMdlay Poet-Office. Or rassA c a U - a. m. - Hortk.I2 p. m. Obrry Jtres C.A, A C AK..HW p. -i, A it. -"Mae tmth, il:l a. . .Vor , 4J2 P n. DrrtirCiL ruel-tr'.lhuKtt md BiuMaj.a.B AM UMcfca(.(He4ctaMl K9 Kxirmer, Wadassdty ead eaiurday.al lp . . 1twM. rattaasstowaasat fkr- Toesdai aa8etardy, t I p m. 0o Kidg OUam. Homoke, Htlmort.aM uu OM-TutMla and tTldy.al7 a. in. and sato'day. ulp u. CJUOTY , CfcRS. Owaimi ilea Jmtoe Jme PlUara. aier-eurg0 iiosbsr. Cle- 0k -e 't W. Preble. , ri a swear - tst Hosier. Huurdtr PaOl Keineier. pri&iu judge isaruinsl B. Hullnuau. r-i'--uiu.l Mr re, jramini AUorttrg -Henry Brown. ' Oomimtticmrt- Joseph Saltaman, Jo tin U ttiabopeod Johu fiidgiagloii. JJ ai -.ireetof I aeuu l a aaisoa awl J. R. ttuatio tM wnrp 0uperintendtniB. Jck 40nmtMmJ flu. Ti .-...

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 1877

$10,000 Worth of New Dry Goods $10,000 Worth of New Dry Goods Left. Another Great Reduction in Prices. A good assortment still of Drct Goods Shawls. Flannels, Jeans. Cassimeres, ' Yarns, Elankc's, TaUe Linens, Towel-'clearness, ingWaterproofc.Mit.ens.GIovca, Hos-: iery, Carpet Warps and Millinery, that will be closed out at Trees Lower Than Ever. Xew Prin's, Muslins and Ging hams will be kept arvl sold at co?t till the enurestock ofDry bixxls is closed out Designing to demote our entire profited by calling soon at HUME & HALL'S. attenUon to our large and growing Pool . ql ta. r-un. ,n,l .. and Ssnoe irade, .Merc-nan. s and een- , , , . . . body having to purchase Goods will be. . P. & Mannfaclurers agency of the Best and Cheapest Warranted S'aplc and Fine Boots and Shoes, mens' Waterproof Boots. Best Candee Gum Boots and all & H. indhn jtfftr soman. Flstdlaj. Obi. Jan. 26. 177 JL. H. BiXSLtV, Editor and IYoprielor. Gks. A. V,; Rick is being urged l y the Democracy as 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. — 26 January 1877

GALLERY ! tAY'S ZAY'S Z AY'S All Find of fict'jres Taken, 1 rc?i C jiiJ aT d Photo gTs eUs, 1 Lire is lie Z A Y ' S OIL PAINTINGS j 016 picture copied and enlarged. AUtroik warranted, and price reasonable. . Z AY 1 5 Agent U r the LigUi Z A Y' S M.tUt RKWISU M RawVnns Block, mar Court lie ZAY'S ZAY'S ZAY'S ZAY'S Z A Y ' S ZAY'S Running Domes' ic IUHISE. louse. ! For" The- Next Sixty Days, AT SHUIjK & BROWN'S ! ARE CLEANING OUr THEIR FINE 17MTB STOCK -ofM BOOTS & SHOES -ft: ' ' ' ' Very Low Prices. TO MAKE READY FOR SPRIJSQ .A GOODS. Coral Produce Market. FINDLAY, O., Jan. 25, 1877. Chicken. 7 cents Turkey. 9$ 1') cent -' Ducki, 8 cents Geese, 5 cants Eggs, 22 cent v . Butter, l&aM cent. Hides, rreen. 66l cents. rtaaa;dry lOceat. - ' ' '. . Calf, green, 9 cents. : " Cair, Cry, 910 cents. ' ' Blieep Pefcs, i3cffl75c. " ' ' - .Tallow accents. , r- Lard 910 cents. Flaxseed, $ I 25. Rags, H cents. Beeswax, 2 ceata. Timothy Seed $1 SO per bu. Clover Seed 13fl4e.i8 per pound. P...

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 1877

Home, Farm and Garden FROZEN BITS FOR HORSES' MOUTHS Let soy one Lo has tbe care of a hortsa these cld, XroMy moraiuga de- liberate! graep ia his baud a piece of iron-indeel. let tim toooh to it the .. . i i .: tin Af .bia ton true, ua lueu miu tUrart tbe bit into the mouth of home If he has the heart to do it. The . , t l xrrnni nrff&ni- xjonte iM an mmmi - ration. His mouth is formed of deli cate glands and tissues. The temper ature of the blood is the same as in the human being, And, as in man, the mouth is the warmest part of the body. Imagine, we repeat, the irritation that would be caused the human, and con sider that, if not in the aame degree, still the suffering of the animal is very great And it is not a inouieatary pain. Food is eaten with difficulty , and the irritation repeated day after day causes loss of appetite and loss of strength. Many m horse has become worthless from no other cause than this. Before India rubber bits were to be had, I myself used a bit cover...

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