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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 2 February 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN! A. H. BALSLEY. Bsued Every Friday Morning. Term of SuTbacription : One Year 2 00 tsix Months 1 00 Three Months 50 City and County Directory. "Tribal and Departure ot Malle t the Find lay Kow'umw. rJarAa.TCa.. . Care. rai. C. . C . K K . P - .. or 4. P v. , ' "1LmXu ;-" iad andea.tarday.n'. I P-!!- .... "!"tH-.U'toli f"" Tuesday tod Muturdy. at i p m- . .... O MkKidot OU. Komk, Relmtr.'l Uil- toa.rue.Kiav m-.d Frid-y.at V a. in. Uid&anleg ad vrfoa-r rlday al V'ir,'iKf,rt(re'r-raely.Thoruiy ud ruianlf.l 1 p ui. COUNTY OFFICERS. Cunt'swa Jtnim JuJyr J.iu.s r-iimr. .stwiuw - ssesjtge i. Mudier. . cvente Otn -Heft W. Preble. Treasurer frier Hjuler. Sfeeanfer Peal Keinenr. fr-fbite Jdye Haiiiuei B. Htitliuuo tikertff Uinuel wr-. I'rouiaMMig AUorxy -Henry Brown, f toroaer 1. K. Clica OMiwiMwn- Joaeph Saltzman. John UieDOP and JollU firtlflllgUJU. Jnflrmarg lMreetorM lMi t f u WUaoD, and J. R. Hustio Infirmary ruperuifevuient ft tizlmmt Kximiieni . Pitt and uorlias jla...

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 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 Dress Gooda Sliawls. Flannels, Jeans, Cassimeres.. Yarns, Blanke(s, Tabic Linens, Towel iugs, Waterproofa, Mittens, Gloves, Hos iery, Carpet Warps and Millinery, that will be closed out at Prices Lower Than Ever. 2few Trints, Mitslins 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. Best Candee Gum Boots and all H. & H. gihdhQ Stffttsonim Findlny. Obi. F b. 2. 1877 A. H. BALSLEV, Editor and Proprietor. BBS Hill has been elected United States Senator from Georgia. H. G. Davis, of West Virginia, been elec...

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 1877

SALE OF OWING TO INCREASE OF OUR TRADE, WE HAVE CONCLUDED TO DEV T15 OUR CAPITAL ROOMS Dry Go?ds ! Woolen Goods ! and Notions ': cte WILL SELL OUR ENTIRE STOCK OFiuBOOTS AND And will continue from l , Arl "D APftATNS in tlllS linfl had SU113 WaUtlUg ilXXi.vvixaj.xw a t Txr Goods, Woolen Goods, Dress ' Dry .AT A SMALL PR'IT HOOTS AND SHOES ! TO A STOCK OF SHOES AT COST AND BELOW daj to Lday nntfl the TTPAm IS SOm Per-, - rxrvlT Cnnh'nue to Sell better UALLbUUJN. ' , Goods & Notions;1- , WWTTOr, ANDERSON & WINDERS. j GALLERY ! Z AY'S Z AY'S Z AY'S Z AY'S Z AY'S Z AY 'S All Kind of Bet ires Taken, from Gems and Photo gri.phi!, To life Size Old pictures copied andenlaiged. All warranted, and price reaonable. Agent fcrthe Light Running Domestic H.THE IMH-MI BCWIXG MICUIXI Rawwins Block, near Courtllouse. ZAY'S Z AY'S ZAY'l ZAY'S ZAY't ZAY'S All voi k IMUMS! IN For The Next Sixty Days, AT SHUCK & BROWN'S! ARE CLEANING OUr THEIR FINE VJKTER STOCK ,.;7r:i? -TJ of BOOTS SHOES AT ...

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 1877

Wil and Humor. SPANK, SPANK, SPANK! Spank, spank, ppan! From morning till night, from early day light. With tears in 1"T eyes. And with numerous aigha, A mother was wielding a weapon of might A slipper, all woren with caidine red, Which she flourished triumphantly orer . ; 1kt head, . .Then brought it with npx P bare flank Of the child on her knee, Spank, spank, spank! "It hurts. bellowed he, "Glad onV quoth she, Spank, spank, spank! Snank. spank, spark! There's a maiden who now is preparing towed, But do ysa suppose That the fair creature knows That the thought Las once even entered her head- That ere long she'll be playing the mother's sad part. With her precious young darling clasped close to her heart. a slipper careenns above his bare flank That toon she will learn To opank, spank, spank! And though bellow do he, She will right mcrilee, And Toronto Globe. THE MAN WHO SAW AN ALLIGATOR Some weeks ago a Twenty third st. operator specniated enormously in wheat npon the b-11 hide of...

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. — 9 February 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BALSLEY; Issued Every Friday Morning. Term" of Subscription: An. Tear.. ...... - w 1 00 Six Months Three Months. . . 50 FINDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9, 1877. N0. 39. VOL. 22. mJ A. 1 T. - ! 1 iff Jeftehsouiaii ; Steam Printing : Office '"Hil?.?w.l,.0'!0Sn? bm1 power o - m oiormed that we have reflttee ! . moatbeautilul stylesol type.Tsv aDrnnVyllMer.KoBparaU Ball Medium aodGordoni latest lmprovidvPTtssei ru n by ateam.nnder the supervlalra ol u e peiiencad ana eann.il (oreman.and toeviksm . " auawwe iaciiaai tt -IT EPwr a1'- O" rat advantage overeitv offices. Cailamiexaialnsoor woik Fine Job Work f Snecfaliy. City and County Directory. rrlv.l nd Departure ot Mail. Finals? PoSVOffice. parAKTTJlt. Carry jnwt C. A - tt r :i5.-" :k.itiw. CHroi, rans C. . C. 5:00 p. m. Nurk. Jr P urc Pvnavt.il and BowUngurten Mr lnew. "' UOTW vYedn-wday attd eaturday.al 1 I1,- , jrio. IfiUiaJiMtowaond DtutAir Tuesday and rtatuiday, at 1 p. m. , .. -, ide 'Mtawa. Hwuwkt, ...

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. — 9 February 1877

purging: wlj all the others were vomiting, an-i L Seal sutlerW. Meliiae stated to bet that shi belicTKl she would never rernvef. Monday A M.. returned. Mid found MtlW witneel to remain with her. s -"he had k boun to live; iru present aheu Melifaa died. Fending the examination fit witneie, Court sd Jourued until beluniav, A. il., 4 oViotk. SIXTH DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. Mra.Hiar reeallerf-oounael for pro-era tion claimed to prove by tbl witness the dy ing declaratiana of Mrs. Charles, regarding the caoea which. In her oulnion, would jre sult In her death wlihln a lew noon. Toe question im objected to b eoonsel iot de fence, and objection wax oaiained by toe conn, and wl neaa retired. , , Wlillam WUson, ewom BeaUlence at Blofllon. Allen county: In service a Jurtlee . uLu . "u. .nri un. Charles the old people ; they trved three ruree-frjoh"! or a mue rrom uiurrion ; oiu lauy u . . ruery 17. 187b, and the old gentleman on tbf day following ; waaoneol the appraisers of tne peronal estate at I ...

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. — 9 February 1877

OWING TO INCREASE OF OUR TRADE, WE HAVE CONCLUDED TO DEVOTE OUR OJPIT.A.L, -AVI ROOMS TO A Dry Goods ! Woolen Goods ! and Notions "U7E WIX.I. SELL OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES AT COST AND BELOW And will continue from sons wanting BAKliAIfliS in tins line Had better UALL SUUJN. We will Continue to Sell Dry Goods, Woolen Goods, Dress .AT A. SMALL STOCK OF day to day until the LAST PAIR IS SOLD. Per PROFIT 39 -42 OUT Goods & Notions ANDERSON & WINDERS. GALLERY! Z AY'S Z AY'S Z AY'S Z AY'S Z AY'S Z A Y ' S All Kind of Pictures Taken, rrom Gams and Photo Ifrapk, T life Size OILPAlNTIXGa Old pictures copied and enlarged. All vork warranted, and price reasonable. Agent f rthcLiglif Running Domestic H.THK HCWlVe XU HIXL R a w9on Blot'lc, near Court House. Z A Y' Z AY' S s s s s Z Z z z AY' AY' AY' AY' s nnriiTPAQnjiiiuci mil HI IIHIII1HIII.I' I IN For The Next Sixty Days, AT SHUCK & BROWN'S ! ABE CLEANING OUr THEIR HUE 17MTER STOCK OF BOOTS & SHOES Very Lo Prices, TO ...

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. — 9 February 1877

Home, Farm and Garden. NEVER GROW OLD. .looked in the tell-tale mirror, And saw the marks of care, The crew' feet Dd the wrinkle. And the gray in the dark brown hair, My wife looked over my shouiaer Most be&uuiul was wie ; "Thou wilt sever grow old, my lore," the said, "Xever grow old to me." Tor age is the chilling of heart, . And thine, as mine can tell. Is as young and warm as when first we lieard The sound of our bridal bciir I turned and kissed br ripe, red lips : 'Let time do its worst en. mi. If in my soul, my love, my faith, I never sera old to the!" NEVER GROW OLD. HOW TO CULTIVATE CELERY. In the tt markets of the city, nice, crisp celery made its appearaae a short time ago. It is e vident that this delicious and healthful vetetable is coming more and more into use, and that market gardeners ere paying more attention to it. Although the season of cultivation is past, it is not auiiss to refer to it, as some readers who are now deprived of it may resolve when the proper ...

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. — 16 February 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BALSLZY; Issued Every Friday Morning Terr-ma of Sabaoription : One Year 2 00 Six Months 1 00 Three Months . 50 City and County Directory. rrvsu and Departure ot Maiie at tne Flntfiay Poet-Office. DalAKTCKa. Carry Branch C C -.:- L. 9ng . Hi'tT' - Aorta, 4:27 p. m. :aehitau. Cure rieh O.H. C W p. H L.Hk.gnaMth. i lU-i .. - . .Yor A, 4 38 P u . ra Bi-PABTCBB. , tarea.itnaee, If unj. ad BowUnfOnen f lay.l hursdav mod eVM urda .i8a.m K BisKAd.diMiefcIo Kwit Camer, Wednesday sud ralurday . l I P . 4rliu . nilwuloo w Tueda and rfcUurday, at 1 p m. Oa Muff. OUxa. Koznokt, Hrtmore. and liU- (m-TumJiv and Krid.y.at 7 a. no. ea(M Udtr..8aiy "ti toa-r rlday.al fettnafi and Port ope Otlcr-1 -ally a! I p COUMTT OFFICERS. CbatflMW u 7iurc Jwnn Pillars,. ASvcbtor- Ueoltfe . Mitsher. Cterae Vaunt -Sc . i W. rrt-bir. TrtOMurrr PnUr Uil. . JUeorderPnui Rcinerer. ir ibU Jtdxiyc Hamu-t B. Hufluiau hhertff Samuel Myrn. f'rramU9 A llormc g t lleun Brown, iksur . U. . Cll 0 Cvmmuamm...

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. — 16 February 1877

Brown a.3 Shaffer promptly deolej. .. .. .iu Hint lnooe after ot obtKiueJ any eviaeuce kiui v:... This Mateitjetit is IncoralMwi wiib th- reported eon vernation at tIm bed side. Tbe hour of 12 o'clock Laving ar rived. Court took a recess lor dinner. Mr. Bnrket resumed his argument. Tfefnr imom he had reviewed the events that bad occurred down to the close ot Friday of the week of the poisoning. Oo Saturday morning at a Am Mn TYi-feuderfer met Isaac at ti. m.tj as he was passing with ;n,. of milk and sue inquired of h;m nxmrriincr the situation of the poi soned families; to which Isaac replied that he had not heard directly that morning, but that his wife had, and that they were very sick had become worse since he had been driven away t.h hn.iM His face. Mrs. D:ef- enderfer said, was flushed, and bis nt r-...hio!. It was no wonder that h was agitated eonscioas that he had been falsely accused 01 a moer, nu natural and heinous crimes. The doe t -. when Isaac bad left bis brother' hons...

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. — 16 February 1877

SALE (IF OWING TO INCREASE OF OUR TRADE, WE HAVE CONCLUDED TO DEVOTE OUR CAPITAL AIVD ROOMS Goods! Dry 7X11 Of BOOTS AND SHOES AT COST AND BELOW! Arid wM continue from day to day until the LAST PAIR IS SOLD. Per sons wanting BARGAINS in this line had better CALL SOON. We Dry Goods, Woolen Goods, Dress SMALL BOOTS AND SHOES! TO A- STOCK OF Woolen Goods! SELL OUR ENTIRE STOCK will Continue to PROFIT 35?: and Notions Sell Goods & Notions ANDERSON & WINDERS. GALLERY ! LAY'S ZAY'S ZAY'S ZAY'S All Kind of Pictures Taken, Proai Grns and Photo graphs, To Lire Size OIL PAINT! N'GS- Oli picture copied and enlarged All work warranted, and price reasonable. ZAY'S ZAY'S Agent for the Light Running Domestic H.THI BOM NCWMU Jf II' HI HE. t, Rawsons Block, near Courtllouse. ZAY'S ZAY'S Z AY ' S ZAY'S ZAY'S ZAY'S il ( IN For The Next Sixty Days, AT SHUCK & BROWS! ARE CLEANING OUr THEIR fi;:e winter stock j.:.-t OP BOOTS cS SHQES Very Lb v "pr$ es, TO MAKE READY FOR SPRING GOODS. HT BARGA...

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. — 16 February 1877

Wil and Humor. LODGE NIGHT. The Painful Experience of Mr. Jenkins. [From the Burlington (Iowa) Hawkeye.] It was lodge night, and there had been an unusual press of very important Da sincss, which had kept Mr Joskins out much later than he had anticipated. He came home however, irr apparent good order and wIt conditioned: Mrr Jos kins, knowing his trusworthy character and reliable, habits, had not waited up for him, and when horept into bed he was met with a rery sleepy inquiry in regard to the hour, and the reproach conveyed in the question was so slight that Mr Joskins instantly repented him of the lie he had intended to tell, and only told a little one, only an hour and a quarter long, saying, with off hand care lessness, that he guessed it must be pret ty near 11, when he knew it was 12:13. And sleepy Mrs Joskins.with her weath er-eye on the sitting-room clock, which she could see through the open bed room door, just before Joskins turned out the light, knew it also, but she didn...

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. — 23 February 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BAXSLEY; IssuedEvery Friday Morning, Terra of Subworiptioa t One Year t 00 Six Months 1 00 Three Months w City and County Directory. rrlval and D0rtur o Mail at t Flndlay Pot-Offic. BsrSSTCBS. Orrrf ra C. . tJtnStm m Aar k, Sw P m- I'M 8Ufr.Ptoruie. Uunaenand BowUngUreen - rue-day. I bursday aud Ktrday.ain.m f( Blanehai.Huaeklamn and Mwing Ormr, ffednMdi; M l-alurdev at 1 p. tj. ArUa. WMamttown m4 Toesda? end Saturday, el tp nl. , . .... Os Kidge. Ottawa. Hoanoke. Betmore. and Oil- be-Tuedav and Krldy, at 7 a. m. Benton Mdgt, Stanley and Hentieton-Friday! AfeOtrsrii sad Art ! Outer-Daily at 1 p. m. COUNTY OFFICERS. Common JHna Judge -James Pillar. Auditor- tieorge A. Mosher. Ct Cui-ru -.tc,'t W. Preble. 7Vaurr- Heler Hosier. AceortferPaul KeiBfrr. Probate Judge Hsiuu-rl B. Huftnivit Sheriff tiaiuuei My res. proeecuUng Attorney-Henry Browu. Oorvaer- l. r'.Cl'ne. Oammutianers- Joseph 8altsinan, John HiahoD and John CAttfiiitrtoa. infirmary inrertort Jacob Thomps...

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. — 23 February 1877

HUME & HAIL'S Is to ibe place to bay jour Boots Shoes ai.d Dry Go d. They are the Asen y of the Ides and best Cms om 31a-ufac -rent of Boot- and Shoes 1 beir customers are always eafet as all goods are made as repreeen ed, and bee use of their superior advantages, their prices are aUavs the Lowest, When any change in prices, it is made to a' 1 al i v e. They are i ow baring mae for Spring and Summer, a fa 1 li e of u en and woniei s' fin bund 6ewed work, in all linds of o. k, aside from their we!l known ai d popular goods, a arjre as eor men ol Childrens' Shoes ic all V e ew Styles. They have greatly reduced th-ir 1rj goods, adding to Boot and Shoe De parting nt, and sha I co tinue to do io till this Mock is c oeed out, but are keeping a fu l ai-eortnien of staple poods, especial y adopted to best farmers trade. Our prices are attract ing all in Letd of goods. HUME & HALL. indh effersattiatt. Flndlfty. Ohio. Ffo. 23. 1ST?. A. H.BALSLEY. Editor and Proprietor. The Grand Centr...

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. — 23 February 1877

SALE OP OWING TO INCREASE OF OUR TRADE, WE HAVE CONCLUDED TO DEVOTE OTJIfc CAPITAL AXO ROOMS TO A Dry- Goods ! B WILL OF BOOTS AND SHOES AT COST AND BELOW! And will continue from day to day until the LAST PAIR IS SOLD. Per sons wanting BARGAINS in this line had better CALL SOON. We will Continue to Sell Dry Goods, Woolen Goods, Dress AT A. SMALL BOOTS AND SHOES STOCK OF Woolen Goods! and Notions ! SELL OUR ENTIRE STOCK PROFIT 39-4:! OTEJH? Goods & Notions ANDERSON & WINDERS. CALLER! ! Z AY'S Z AY'S Z A Y'S ZAY'S Z A Y'S ZAY'S All Kind or Pictures Taken, - JYoni Gams and Photo graphs, T life Size OILPAINTINGS. Old. plet ores copied and enlarged. All wot k ntea, ua Agent for the Light Running Domestic M.THI BOHM-WB ftCWIXG M U HISE. Rawsons Biock, near Court House. z z z z z z AY' AY' AY' AY' AY' AY' S S S S S pnoes n Miwwwft S T IN For The Next Sixty Days, AT SHUCK & BROWN'S! ARE CLEANING OCT THEIR FINE WINTER STOCK OP BOOTS & SHOES AT Very Lo Prices, TO MAKE READY FO...

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. — 23 February 1877

Educational Column. Pbebidhst Grast docs uot forget his own obligations to the common school lyBtein of hia native state, cor those of the country to it ' In his recent annual message he recommends the compulsory support of free schools, and renews his suggestion, that the elective franchise should, .after a definite time in the future, bo aDcm-ed only to those who can read and write. The latter would be an admissible measure, but one insuperable objection to it now is, that under it the education of the freedmen ,90 desirable on many accounts, would be hindered as much as possible by the Southern whites. There is a phase of education in the Government academies of West Toint and Annapolis, which is worthy the at tention of all educators. Those young men have large amount of manual labor to perform. They have to slush decks, and tar ropes, and scrut and scour guns. There is no namby-pambyism there. A young man who is afraid of soiling bis hands and boots, has a rude shock when he en...

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 March 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BALSLEYi Issued Every Friday Morning, Term of Subscription : ue Year t 00 Six Months 1 W Three Months City and County Directory. nival and Oepartwr Mall at tho Findlay Poat-Ofnco. 11-ATT. f nr J?roA C A C " " VlkaUVALe. 0,rej, ro C. &. d O AK-.f P-'i-. K.& UU.it 0O"3 t- 4. or h, ijo1 p OePAP.rCaB. -fiely,luur l d rd..y.i " .'i mefci'd ad .. Cfcrwer, eVJu-wday l t-a onlay, at I p . . . . ttukirk Tuda) Oat tlt to. OIOivol. Huinoke HelMort.a-d hU tVMi-i"iiedav e:id rrid..y.l ? B't'o't Hidi)r,Sl-tnlrj an I'm'lintrtt rpiay .ai Mc'mO and Port aye Crnirr- L'i ' l " COUNTY OFflCERS. -ft Jleiu Jadge Jtn.- f'.uxr-. Auditor- ie M r-iitrr. (ytrt'tf Cwn . t W. !!!. jr'-eau rer VU:r Hurler. Aeoordxr Paul Keweier. tj6k J wly Samuel u. li nuxn. Hheriff SaiuubI .wyrvs. Pweeutxntl AiMr-ey -denry Biowi. -(Xjrourr - it. f. Clio Coiasuauoaera- Joseph Haltziiian. John 1 Muiu l Julin cWgngl'ti:. Ivttrmary uirertorMiu&Ht 1 ljoiijNon, R.M. Wauvui an i J. It. Buti.on-. . tn...

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 March 1877

'Q u Ta rt-jr fU r,af'G to hnv T'UT t-s Shoes, and Dry Go.K They are the Aiictn 3- o the i-I. -and Best Cus on Maiiufac mxr- of Boot and Shoes Their customers are always safe, as ail goods are made as represeu'ed, aud lec .use of their superior advantages, their prices are al ays the Lowest. When any change in prices, it is made to all alike. They are now having ma le for Sprinpr and Summer, a full lit e of u en and wonicns' fin hand sewed work, iu all kinds of ock, aside from their well known and popnlar goods, a 'argc as sortmen of Children' Shoes in . all tnc New Styles. They have greatly reduced their dry goods, adding to Boot and Shoe De partment, and sua I co tiuue to do so till this stoek is closed out, hut are keeping a full at-sortmen of staple goods, especially adopted to Lest farmers trade. Our prices are attract ing all in need of goods. HOE A: HALL. IE HALL 4inilbg Htfftrsottiati. Findlay, Ohio, March 2. 1877. A. U. BJLLSLE Y, Editor and Proprietor. Ovt.v two davs remai...

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 March 1877

fMBANNS'J -is- r'.-.---- - ,r ,,1. For The Next Sixty Days, AT SHUCK & BROWN'S! ARK CLKAMXO OUT THEIR FINE WfHTR STOCK OF BOOTS & SHOES AT Very Ho Prices, TO MAKE REAJJY FOR BPRING GOOD8. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY. O, March 1, 1877. Chickens. 7 cents Turkeys. iic&lu cents Ducks, 8 cents E?s, 12 cents. Baiter, Ht&Mi cents. Hides, preen, .$fei cent. Hides, dry, 8 cents. Calf, green, 8 cents. Sheep Pelts, 25c7.'c. Tallow Ci cents. Lard'JfelOccuts. . . Flaxseed, fl 25. , Itags, H cents. Beeswax, 2- cents. , . . , - Timothy Seed $1 50 per bu.- ' , , Clover Seed 12al3cus per pound. Potatoes 73SUcts per bu. Green apples, 50 cts per libl. Dried apples o3ic per lb. FINDLAY. O, March 1, 1877. To-Day's Grain Market. FINDLAY, Ohio. March 1, 1877. Wheat, NewXo.l. $1 30. " 2. 1.151 20 Corn, 8helled,3"c Xcw car corn, 08c. Oats, white, 30c, Oats, mixed. 27c The above prices are paid to-day by G W. Mteks. at the Rv. clevattirs FINDLAY, Ohio. March 1, 1877. EAGLE MILLS-WHEAT MARKE...

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 March 1877

THE FIRST PARTY. BY JOSEPH POLLAND. Miss Annabel AcLarty "Was invited to a party, "Your company from four to ten." the invitation said; And tbe maiden was delighted To think she was invited To sit up till the hour when the ri$ tola Trent to bed. The crazy little midgi t Hun and told the news to Bridget, Who c apped her hands and danced a jig, to Annabel's delight. And said, with accents hearty, "TwiU be the swatest party trnV. tw Tirsplf. me darlint! I wih J J , it was to-night V The great display of frilling "Was positively killing. And, oh, the little booties! and tbe lovely gash so wide! And the gloves so very cunning! She was altogether "stunning," And the whole McCaity family regarded her with pride. . They gave minutC'direction?, With copious interjections Of "ail up straight:" and "Don't do this, or that! t would be absurd f But, what with their caressing. And the agony of dressing. Miss A nnabel McCarty didn't hear a single word. There was music, there was dancing, And the s...

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