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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 9 March 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN! A. H. BAXSLEY. Issued Every Friday Morning. Sit Xma of Subscript!' One Tear Six Months Three Months .2 00 . 1 00 50 City and County Directory. rrival and Depevtuew of " Vy arAKTfJBa. " - .Vor.k, 4.2S P n. l'4mJWUM, Hugn ami BowUnnUreen Wednesday Bm,urur-T;liJ:i t dmUt rtMm. WUUamlommitd Imntork Tuesday -ISSlHlS-'IJI.Zk. Rore.dGW- tM-TiuU' and Krlday'at7 a. m. MUOoSi and fort ag, Cewter-Paily t 1 p m COUNTY OFHCER8. Common Ptetu Judge -James Pillars. xacUlor-Oeorge H- Masher. Okerkaf LMli -Sent. W. Preble. rVMivrrr- eeter Hosier. Meeorrfer-Paul Ketnerer. hnbau Jwiw -Msraael B. Hunman. Sheriff' Samuel Myree. J'umi irlnir AUvrneit -rieury Brown. Cunwatnun- JowpH RIUn, JB Blsbopand John tvdgingtua. inJIrMary IMitdvn Jacob Tuonipeoii. K.M Walton, and J. H. Buahuog. r . u U tl f. 1111 Mill f rrvyrr ..... - ra.wftMr-J AJutatord, J.K sgy and Oorllae Nana. ..umiuiaiirfieRS. lUWISWClir w . u.nio. Joba LarSiassnd JoDCbamberlia.. ... 0Ura-H.il. Meialer. Inaiww-Uufli weweu R.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. — 9 March 1877

11 & HALL'S la i o I he place to buy jour Boot Shoes ai d Dry Goods. They sre the Aj;en- y of the f.ldes and Hest Cus om Mai ufac urer of Boot and Shoes Their customer are always safe, as all goods are made as represe ed, and ,cc use of their superior advantages, il eir prices are aUavs the Lowest. When any change in prices, it is made to a'l alite. They are i ow having ma- c for Spring and Summer, a f'u 1 li e of u on and wonjei s' fin.- hand sewed ork, in all Linda of s fk, aside from their wc 1 known at d popular goods, a arge as sor men of Children' Sjlioed ir. all ti e New Styles. They have greatly reducd tir dry goods, adding to Boot and Shoe De partment, and sha I co tinue to do so ti l this stock is coped out, but are keeping a fu'l at-sortmen of staple goods, efpecialy adopted to best farmers trade. Our i rices are attract ing all in Lecd of goods. HOE & HALL. 4ittdtag Hifftr&ouinn. Findlnj. OIilo. Ma roll 9. 177. A. H. BALSLET, Editor and lroprietr. Chief Jcsti...

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 March 1877

GALLERY I Z AY' S IAY'8 Z AY'S Z AY'S Z AY'S Z AY'S All Kind or Pictures Taken, From Gems and Pholo OIH, PAINTI X GS. 014 ptetorea copied and enlarged. All work turulM, and price reaeonable. Agent for the Light Running Domestic M.THE BOMTH ltWIl M K HISE. Iiawsons Block, eear Courtllouse. ZAY'S Z AY'S ZAY'S ZAY'S ZAY'S Z AY' Sj GREATBARGAiriS BOOTS 11 SIS ! For The Next Sixty Days, ' : AT : SHUCK & BROWN'S ! ARE CLEANING OUT THEIR FINE l7fTR STOCK OP- BOOTS & SHOES AT Very Lo Prices, 'TO MAKE READY" FOR SPRING GOODS. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O., March 8, 1877. Chickens, 7 cents Turkeys. 910 cents Ducks, 8 cents Eggs, 10 cents. Butter, Utain cents. Hides, green. 5f$9 cents. Hides, dry, 8 cents. Calf, green, 9 cents. Sheep Pelts, 2.rc7.V. Tallow tt cent. Lard 9 10 cents. Flax seed, 1 25. . ' Rags, X cents. Beeswax, 2eenU.' ': Timothy Seed $1 50 per bu. Clover Seed 12&13cta per pound. ;; Potatoes 75tWcU per bu. . Green apples. 50 cts per bbl. Dried apples 3c per lb. T...

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 March 1877

IF WE HAD BUT A DAY. BY MARY LOWE DICKINSON. TTe should fill the hours with the sweetest things, If we had but a daj; We should drink alone at the purest - springs In our upward way; We should lore with a life time's lore in as hour It the hours were few ; We should rest, not for dream, hut for fresher power to be and to do. We should guide our warn ard or wearied wills By the clearest light ; We should keep our eves on the htsTenly hills If they lay in sight; We should trample the pride and the dis-1 content Beneath our feet ; We should take whatever a good GD seut With a trust complete. We should waste no moments in weak regret If the day were but one. If what we remember and what we forget Went out with the sun ; We should be from our clamorous selves set free To work or to pray, And to be what the Father would have us to be. If we had but a day. Educational Column. Conducted by C. F. PALMER. Talk with parents about their thil- dren. Many parents can give you use-1 ful hints abou...

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 March 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BALSLEY; IssuedEvery Friday Morning Term of Subscription: One Year f 00 Six Months 1 Three Months w City and County Directory. Findiay rw-u"1" DarAKTCaS. - AortA.437 P. - m. 50 p. U K Hk. gomg South. L IU. 111. urnailiT tad SaiardaywAl 1 t. ., ad Haturdsy . at I P m- . and a. Oa AUdae. Ottawa. Uoanoke, Krlmore, ana - ooe-Tuesdsv and r riuay. L'r t.",MTat Seals HtdgtMey and ft" ridayAI WctW andPortage Cmtor-Deily at 1 P tn COUNTY OFFICERS. (Mum u Jo Jsrn-s Pillars, twUr tieorge S. Moslier. Clerk tf Vouru -Sc t W. Preble. Tre-uurrr Peter Hosier. Aeeonfar-Paul Kemerer. frtbue Jud'jt rtamuel B. H unman. Hkerif Sainuel Myres. ProtautUng Attorney -Henry Brown. Cbrveer-D. r.Cliue. Ojauuwmmi- Joseph rtattsiuan , Jobn 1 Bishop aoi jouu augiimi"". Jrsrntretr Jhouo Thompson .A.M. Watson and J. It. BiiSiions. Infirmary Haperintentient-H. it. and Dorilas Mart. TOWNSHIP OFFICr PS. r-Wra. M.rtlu. John Lars... Job Chaiuuerlln. Oerk-H.H. Melsier. Jrwuwrcr-Hugh Newell .... n-ir...

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 March 1877

HUME S. HALL'S Is tow tie place to buy jour Boots Shoes, and Dry uo-ds. They are the Agent j of tic oldc-a and Best Cus on Mauufac nrcr oi Hoot and Shoes Their customer are always safe, as all goods are made ns represented, and l.cc.use of their superior advantages, their prices are al ays the Lowest. WLcnany change iiprices, it is made to a J al.e. They are row having made for Spring and Summer, a fa I lite of n en and wonieus' fine hand sewed work, in all kinds of a ch k, aside from their we!J known ai d popular poods, a 'arge as sor men oi' Children' Shoes ic all ti e New Styles. They have greatly reduced their dry good., adding to Boot and Shoe De partment, and eha 1 co tinue to do so Till this stock is c!o.'cd ont, but are keeping a full arfortnien of staple goods, especial y adopted to best farmers trade. Our prieeg are attract ing all in need of goods. HTJXE k HALL, 4indh gJeffersottiau. FlDdlaj, OIil. March 16. 177. A. H. BALSLEY. Editor and Proprietor. Gold still hovers bet...

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 March 1877

GALLERY ! Z AY'S Z AY'S Z AY'S Z AY'S Z A Y'S Z AY'S All Kind of Pictures Taken, JYora Geais and Photo-p-apsa, Ts Lite size OIL PAINTI X GS Old picture coi warrant Agent fcrlhe Light Running Domestic M.TIIE - BCWISU XUHIIC. Rawsons Block, near Courtllousc. Z A Y Z A Y Z A Y Z AY Z A Y Z AY s S sopied and enlarged. All ork M, end price reaaonaoie. S si- 3 i GRElTBARGfllNS! . 1 r 1 i ' . lU : ' IX UUU1U 1111 U U11UUU Tor Tlie Next Sixty Days, . AT' ' SHOCK & BROWN'S! ARE CLEANING OUT THEIR FINE VIMTtR STOCK OF BOOTS & SHOES AT Very Low Prices. TO MAKE REAPT FOR I 8PRIXG' GOODS. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O, March 15, 1877. tHiick'.'US 7 cents , Tur.cys, UIU cent . Ducks, Scents Eirrs, 10 -ents. Butler. 18 cents. Hides, green, 5g6 cents. Hides, dry, t cents. Calf, green, 3 cents.' Sheep Pelts, 2.V;&75e 1 allow i cents. Lard Jif&10 cents. Flax seed, f 1 2-"i. Rags, 1 J cents. Boeswus, 45 cents. Timothy Seed $1 00 per bu. . Clover Seed I213cts per pound. FoU oh 00 per...

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 March 1877

Home, Farm and Garden PUMPKIN PIES. I've tried the best In East and West, I've lunched 'ncath tropic sun, I've tested all The fruits that fall. And like them every one; But North or South 3so human mouth, I will the world apprise, E'er tasted food One-naif so good As our own pumpkin pics. Upon the Tine, In rain and shine, Through fragrant day and night, The yellow globe In emerald robe Drinks up the Summer light. Oh, golden sweet. The suns repeal To mould thy luscious size, That we way come To roll thee home, And make our pumpkia pis. Our lovely girls, With shining curls Put neatly in a cap, Cut slice on slice And peel it nice. And stew it to a pap; Then milk is had. And eggs they add. And sweeten as is wise. While others hate To spice to taste These home-made pumpkin pies. Oh, pure and fair, This food so rare. Hade up of all that's best ! No creature's pain Goes to its gain, B:it only nature's zest; For Summer days And Autumn haze And smiles from beauty's eyes Are in the dish, Mixe...

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 March 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BALSLEYi Issued Every Friday Morntog. Term) of 8acription : One Tear tj 00 fcix Months Three Mouths 50 City and County Directory. rrlval and Departure of Mail at the Findlay Post-Office. Cur Bra.h C. ft K..IS a. m. L. K. ? . . . "pT Vakbivau. CHrt firaiw C.. C. tf..5:00 p. m. ii. & L. Rk. going .vuat. A'or A, tjs p m. DrrmcuL an Mr,P.n iy-, Vnff! a i BowlinvUrten rily.lh"r..ly and rJ'i.irdey.aisa m Jbtr Bi eAvxf.4'owa sf liming Qurner W4aMly al esturday. at I p. m. Xra; m. HtUiutow and Hirfc Taedav uii rfctturddy. at I P tn. Oat Kutgt, Ottawa. Rtyxmtke, Relmore.and UU- boa-laerfdsv nd Kridy, ml 7 . n Brotoo Uidr.W-inaml fraw-KrllyAt ifcCb amdPortage Cflr-Dl!y at 1 p " COUNTY OFFICERS Ummw Judy Jamc. flilarm. tmUbur ri. Matter. menial Vuwu -"c t W. frrble. 7VeMrr VUT H.lrr. Kecurdxr Paul KeiurT. frjO ileJud jr :dui B. HuOouo. Sheriff HamiUfl Myr. frxwwMlmg ( iur-n -Manrjr Brown. aMwaNwri' Jonepb 8lition. John U BiatiopftO'l John fcdinti. Infirmary (ttrriorl...

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 March 1877

HUME & NULL'S Is now tle place to buy jonr Boots Shoes, at.d Dry Goods. TLcy are the Agent y of the oldes and fcef-t Cus om Manufac urera of Koots and Shoe. Their customers are always safe, as all goods are made as represented, and Lec.usc of their superior advantage?, their prices are always the Lowest. When any change prices, it is made to all alike. They are cow having made for Spring and . f.ill In e 01 B.en Summer, womens' fine hand sewed w ork, in a ll,lof s otk. aside from their well known ahd popular poods, a large as-sortmen- of Children!,' Shoes in all the Xew Styles. Thev have preatly reduced their dry 00i auu CIIUC 1 co tiuue to do so nr and tha' . . . ' . i - . i 4 A,t l.itr fir a fu-1 asortnien ol siapie r.,.;l v adotited to best j till ktepin oods, urnicrs trace. wr( 1"" ill in neru ui . Hl'ME k HALL. 11)2 4in&h Htffersonian. 1'iiidlMj, Ohio, March 23.1877. A. II. BALSLEY, Editor and Proprietor. Hox. Johx C. Lke, of Toledo, has been appointed U. S. District At...

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 March 1877

4 GilERT f Z AY Z AY 'S 'S All Kind or Pictures Taken, From te3i3 and Photo graphs, To Lire Size OIL PHsTTI X G S OM plct ere copied and ealrff. AI'"o:fc warranted. ud prlee re aile. Z AY'S Z AY'S Agent fcr the Light R'lnnfng Domestic Z A Y ' S HuTBC BOMTHtEiriSO MACUISE. Rawsons Block, near Court House. ZA Y'S z Z Z z z AY AY AY AY AY 3 S S! ' S S nnrnTninnimpii Mm D UbHIliG! VAfi lltji-'1 ! BOOTS :A1 For The Xext Sixty Days, AT SHUCK-& BROWS! ARE CLEANING OUr THEIR FINE WINTER STOCK OF BOOTS & SHOES AT Very ' Low Prices, . TO MAKE READY FOR .,- SPRING GOODS- UliUJJU Local Produce Market. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O. March 22, 1877. 1 Thickens, 6 cents Tarkeys,10 cents Ducks, 7 cent . Eggs, 10 cents. Butter, 18 cents. Hides, green, 5J0 cents. Hides, dry, 8 cents. Calf, green, 9 cents. Sheep Pelts, 25c73c. Tallow 6 cent. Lard 9&10 cents. Flaxseed; $1 25. " Rags, l1 cents. Beeswax, 25 cents. Timothy Seed $1 50 per bu. Clover Seed 1213cts per pound. Potatoes S0$l 00 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. — 23 March 1877

HIS LOVE WILL CARRY ME. Though from ray ze earth's light is fad ing fast. Yet f rum the gathering darkness doth anse land, in solemn beauty unsurpassed. Opening before mine eyes. I see the goodly city clearer grow, With jasper walls and pearl gates open ing wide; Lo! from its towers a heavenly strain doth flow. And orer me doth glide. There dwell the saints of ald.whoyearned to see Those tearless -mansions! and through fiery flames Have passed triumphant.bcaring willingly The cross for his dear name. And other blessed sights I see, too fair For mortal tonjnic to say; the voice grows cold, And vainly tries those glories to decla; Which now to me unfold: But fairest, brightest to mine eye doth rise The Lamb once slain, in glorious beauty crowned; Wiping away the tears froom weeping eyes, Healing his people's wound. There, O beloved tmes, my place shall be, Close by his side, in deepest love to sweep My golden harp-strings through eternity In songs so full and deep! Say, would you wish...

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. — 30 March 1877

thejeffersonianI A. H. BAXSIXY; IssuedEvery Friday Morning Term oi Subscription : One Year If Six Month 1 Three Months M City and County Directory. nival and Departure of at tte Findlay Posw-Offlce. VoraBrVLh C A C. K K.. a. ni L.K. i ,ttH.gvi9 : " - Ar7A.7 p. U4. Cures ra C. A U A p. UKtt. goiitg .VW. ir.U a n 4 - Aor fc, 4:2 p m. I'm a area, Pir. a jr. Uunfftn and BwUnaOrte T.......1. j i nun Ui mid ! 'larda .lSa m AM. iiaaiea!-i.i-.e'"i twifg 4 Vomer iVailn t .. 1 fkurilKV. Ml l t fit . ArUng o. WiUiaituemaiHl iiaAA-irfc-Tuesda) and Haturday, i I p in. Oo Hidge, OUue i Hvtiu,ke, rMmurr, and UU T . . 1 .. , 4 ICiffliT all HI. Bewfoa Uidjr,!piitirv I rVa-lfetoa-r r:day,el MeOtmb andPsrt oat Ventrr-i! at 1 p. COUNTY OFPICEftS. i Ilea Judge J-m rtunn. Auditor-lieore K. M.wlier. Clerk of Vuuru -iei-i W. Preble. Treasurer- Peter ll ior. Jteeorder Pan: Keiuerer. Probate Judge e)aiuol t. Hutluuib. Sheriff Mauuei Myree. ProtecuUng Aaornef Hcjry Brown. Cwentr U. V. Cliuc. Ogwuiuinun- JumU ...

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. — 30 March 1877

1 HULL'S Is dow the place to Lay jour Boots Shoes, and Dry UooUs. They are the Airem y of tLe Ides ana Best Cos om Maoufac urere of Boots and Shoes Their customers are always safe, as all goods are made as represented, and lec-.use of their superior adTanlages, ilieir prices are &1 ays the Lowest. When any change 5i prices, it is made to all alike. They are cow having made lor spring ana Slimmer, a full lire of nen and womecs' fine hand sewed work, in all kinds of s ock, aside from their well known arid popular goods, a large as sort men of Children' Shoes ic all the New Styles. They have greatly reduced their dry goods, adding to Boot and Shoe De partment, and sha 1 co tinue to do so till this stock is c'oed out, but are keeping a fu'l ai-sortmen of staple goods, especial'y adopted to best farmers trade. Our price are attract ing all in need of goods. HUME V HALL, Find lay, Ohio, March SO. 1877. A. H. BALSLEY, Editor and Proprietor. Every city in New Hampshire waa carried by th...

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. — 30 March 1877

.sGiJLLERI ! ZAY ZAY Z A Y Z AY s s s s s u . 5 All Kind of Pictures Taken, IYorn Orns and Fhoto OIL. PAINTINGS Oii plet z z AY AY ttmiii - Agent fortheLight Running Domestic CB.THE .-. WCWISa M4CII1ME. Kawsoos Block, near CourtIIou.se. Z A Y ZAY Z AY ZAY ZAY ZAY S s s! copied and1 enlarged. Atl ted. and prices reasonable. - ' 'S i i ' 1 o , .3 il V: P CO 7 Id s , . . te o V i t; 1 .ej , J Q. 6D la Kw 5 C - 3 ST 2 2 e a q . ' 2 03 us ' i r Sli I ' If S S. rs o -"s Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O. March 30, 1877. Chickens. 8 cents Turkey. 8 10 cents Ducks, 7 cents K;rgs, 11 cents. . Butter. 18 cents. . : Hides, jrreen, 5(&l ceuts. Hide, dry, 9 cents. : tlall, green, 9cmts. Mieep Pelts, 2jc75c. Tallow m cents. Lard 8' 10 cents. Flax sned, ft 25. K:igs, H cents. Bueswax, 25 cents. Timothy Seed f 1 50 per bu. Clover Seed 10I2cls per pound. Potatoes t0Sl 00 per bu. Green apples. 70 cts per bbL Dried apples 3c per fb. Co-day's Grain Market. Co-day's Grain Market. FINDLAY, Ohio. March...

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. — 30 March 1877

MARCH. BY M. M. H. CONWAY. Ah, turiy March! you've come again. With sleet and snow and bail and ruin ; Cold earth beneath, dark sky above you, What have you, pray, to make us love you? - . Xo month is half as rough as you, December triads less harshly blew; What churlish yrtyt'. what storm-tossed tresses! Your presence every one distresses! Haste, haste away! We long wait To greet fair April at our gate. Cold earth beneath, dark sky above, Surely you've naught to make u love you? "Ah, tee these blossoms V be replied. Tossing the hail-torn cloak aside "Though other months have flowers amany Say, are not mine as fair as any? See, peeping from each duty fold. The crocus with its cup of gold; Violets, snowdrops white and stilly, Sweeter than any summer lily; And underneath the old oak-lea ves Her fragrant wreath the arbutus weaves Whatever sky may be above me. Surely for these all hearts will love met Educational Column. Educational Column. Conducted by C. F. PALMER. PUBLIC OPINION 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. — 6 April 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BAXSLEY; Issued Every Friday Morning. Ttnst of Habsoription : One Year $2 00 Six Months 1 00 Three Muiiiiia 50 City and County Directory. rrival and Departure of Mails at the F.naimy Pot-Office. iiu'i.ioi. w IlraJt C. c .'. ,HS a. m. . . (iK .-iuulh, 11:14 a- in. p. m. ukiVa-x. W'y tra- C. A. t C. AK.. StfO p. B L. K Jc L. HH. .Via'. II-.15 a. ia. .Vur.A, 4:28 p m. DIPAHTL'MK. ." i HHrm.Piri-t-je.ilwvtn ana Bowlinff(Jrtn -i a-;-. 1 1. . aurs-i Aud iujrrtr,l n. CV -i i i rt mrQo Kwtng's Gvmer. V - hi il t n 1 "atarday.at 1 p n. tru j v i 'i.'f.-i-aItfad Xenkirs'-Toeaday t.it -inl-tv. 41 I p ia. j it, ic -i ):, tiutn Krja-vjke, Krlmore, and 'Jit- tiri-iu '! Friday, at 7 a. m. leaiot "d Pen..lla-Fr1day.al - a. u- W 'Juih'j aiulpM-l ugr. Cmtrr Daily at 1 p. tr COUNTY OFFICERS. L'HtH-M ttr Junttc 4iuui t'lllar. lUlUnr .; s. M'lirr. :1tkI -ei W. reble. Trrimr r iele H'isler. JC-sUr- fru: Ke.-ue.rer. i'ri'ujHlve Samuel B. Huffman. VnfJ'-'M'm'l wyr.. ',- Kiaj7 AHarHey...

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. — 6 April 1877

ills 3 3 Caeh and Strictly one price Cnstoxn Manufacturer's agea cy of Fine and Standard boot and ehoes, Tfclth staple Dry Goods of HUME & HALL. i i i i" Findlay, Sprirg 1877 V.'c respectfully as-k you to exainirieoiu' jiiv gooas.anu suitrou tuesc muumm ins "We are now the exclusive ngont la tin rountr, of our manufacturers '1' Uhlt . r-:i i;xt in tut- country, ntul customers j'l'vays know what they are liming. Placing our orders for cash, wo arc en -jXlcd to furnish our frinl the Best Root arid S!i 'C possible to make Mock and work i n improved lots, of any sic, n !n w the msteri!.l.cau he bought fir on the old Mens' and Boys' Kinc Boots. Mew" Women', Misses' and Children' Fife hoes a specialty, and the lt class stand ard goods for general wear. low as com mon grades are centrally sold to dealers. We wart ant all Custom (toods. Have ootis made to order. Have shop to repair TO accommodate customers. P. S.-Dry Goods. We Lave bought for cash during the late panic in Cotton Goods. ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 6 April 1877

Z AY'S Z AY'S ZAY'S Z AY'S ZAY'S ZAY'S GALLERI! All Kind of Pictures Taken, Froci Oeais and Photo graph, Te Life SI w OIL PAINTINGS- Olfi pletnres copied and enlarged. All work w fruited, and prices reasonable. . ZAY'S ZAY'S ZAY'S ZAY'S ZAY'S Aent ft .r the Light RunningDomesfio' ' i ; . rvTHE Bot-MwiJrcai!itE. ; Z' A Y ' S Kawsocs Block, near Court Ilouse. - f i rt r-l o o p CO 05 o o O eN o o cl o M o a SO 02 U AC k. -O c 05 hi 3f 3 . O v. 3 o c cs a a o o m a 1". a o g Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O. March 30, 1877. ( Thickens, 8 cents Turkeys, 810 cent bucks", 7 cents Eirs, 11 cents. Hutter. 1418cenU. Hidi!, preen, 55 cents. Hides, dry, 8 cents. 'alf, 'reen, 9 cents. S!iee; Pelta, 25c7.V. Tallow cents. L-ird'JtglOccnt. Flax seed,- fl 2"i. lt-is, 11 cents. Ib!es was, 23 cents. Tim tliy Seeil $1 50 per bu. Clover Seed 10I2cu per pound. I'otatoes 90$l K) pur bu. reen npples. 70 CW per bbL I ried apples 3c per lb. ; FINDLAY, O. March 30, 1877. Co-day's Grain Market. FINDLAY, O. Ma...

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. — 6 April 1877

Hayes' Southern Policy Hon. John Young Brown on the Action of Mathews and Foster. FULL TEXT OF THE LETTERS TO GORDON AND BROWN. r,rrh 2S Tomorrows Courier Journal will tain,mllnttr"e, with the Hon. John Young Lron, w Charles Foster ind Stanley Mathe dressed to Hon. John B GotAJ sel The circumstance attend Uieir origin rre in brief a follows : 'On the Gth of February last l sent a tftfrom die How of Eepresentattyes KSChamterformydjsnnguh friCndV el'told hinX! I wlmed StaSS with Hon CharK, Fter at Thich I desired hi, presence I outlined to Gen Gordon what I intended to ear to Mr. Foster, and said he would with "pleasure accompany me. We found Mr Foster in the room of the Committee on Appropriations. No one was present during the interview. I told Mr Foster that I Lad-as he knew:been voting against all dillatory motions; had in a Fpeeth ad vocated the inflexible execution of the electoral bill: had stated in a Democratic caucus that I would so vote if I were the only man from the south...

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