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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 13 April 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BAXSLEY; Issued Every Friday Morning of Subscription : One Yeur $2 00 Six M'.iuui. 1 CO Three Muctlis 50 City and County Directory. nival and Departure of Mails at trta Find lay Pot-Offlc. . awtrjiiwek c a t. ;.. sua. in 4 poov"". l:la.Ba. - AortA. iiC p. ux. aatVAa. Carrg hranek C.a.C ttU. Si p. -i. a. X L.itk. av.ui .Vata. l;L a tat. - Aura. IJ p in. B'PAuruau. Tuel ,!UUiJ " .r-;). -io ua Afl Blneht-U. Hjh'Ic-o-h and Kmi-H 4 Cmer Wedoead-ty auJ ra-,ur'iay, ii r ' -Arling-on. H'itUtintonaa OunJurk-T lumam am., ilatilnljv Ml I .. 111 Oak mage, ijuii '-m . make, Iteimorr, and Oil- iMM.Tti.Mfi a V MTtri K rill . ML f a. Hi . BenUm BidgeUnniry tntt Va-O'lea-r'rldey.Bl a. m. lieOumb aiulfrt ajr Venter- Dully at 1 p. laa COUNTY OFflCEJcS. Oraam ilea Judge -Juan. i:iar. jtudilur-o-ie "v Jsojdtri-. ir;v (muu 't W. f rtble. Trasurr - fewer llaaier. Hrcvrderfaal Kemerer. PrMt-u JwLy Saiuu.-I H. tlulluiab. Sheriff Samuel Jayr.a. VosacHmg Attorney Henry Brown, f torwatrr...

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. — 13 April 1877

HUE & ILL'S Cash and Strictly one price Cnstom If anufacturer'a age a cy of Fine and Standard boot and shoes, -with staple Dry Goods of HUME & HALL. t i Fmdlay, Spring 1877 We respectful!- a;k you to examine our new zoods.and submit these inducements. rm now the exclusive agents in tl;U county, of our manufacturer; the Oldest and Best in the country, and customers always know what they arc buying. Placing our orders for cash, we are en abled to furnish our friends the Best Boot and Sh j possible to make stock and work on improved lots, of any size, as low as the materuil.can be lought for on the old plan. Mens' and Boys' Fine Boots. Mens' Vomens', Misses' and Childrens' rine Slioes a sjK-cialty, and the 1st class stand ard goods for general wear, as low as com mon grades are generally sold to dealers. We wanant ull Custom Goods. Have poods made to order. Have .shop to repair to acooniuiodatc customer. P. S.-Dry Goods. We have lxiugut for cash durirg the late panic in Cotton ...

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. — 13 April 1877

Dunf nnD a duciis r ii u i u u ii ii i li o OF ALL KINDS AXD Oil IFfiLimLlfci:n.grs, A SPECIALTY. PRICES REASONABLE. WE ENLARGE Solid Walnut rramcs 8x10, with Back for 25 Cents, at Rawson's Block.near Court House. x DOMESTIC SIZES, UP TO LIFE SIZE TTTTT'TTTT7!8a f Iniide Gilt; and Fitted whh French Glass an zaycallery! ty Agent for Uio LIGHT RUNNING to la oc if- w 55 a CO & O M O . CQ o 3 6. O o 5 W T3 55 Se 2E- .5 . -5 CO (0 f g-s 5 2 w V o 3 ... a. C3 C3 CO. o CO ! o si C9 3 a cn y I d - ! a &c Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O. April 15, 1877. Chicken. $3.00 peloE. Egga, 10 cent. i , . Butter. 10;5cents. - ,-,. ' Hides, green, 65i cents.' ' '' Hides, dry, 8 ccnte-i . Calf, green, 9 cents. Sheep Pelts, 25c75c. Tallow 6 cents. Lard 910 cents. Flax seed, $1 25. Rags, cents. Beeswax, 25 cents. Timothy Seed $1 50 per bu. Clover Seed 1012cls per pound. Potatoes &0gl 00 per bu. Green apples, 70 cts per bbl. Dried apples 3c per lb. i ; Co-day's Grain Market. FINDLAY, Ohio, Apr...

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. — 13 April 1877

SUPPOSE. Suppose, mjr little lady, Your doll should break her head. Could you make it whole by crying Till eyes and nose were red? And wouldn't it be pleaaanter To treat it as a joke; And say you're glad 'twas dolly's And not your head that broke? Suppose you re dressed for walking And the rain comes pouring tlov.n, Will it clear ofi any sooner Became you scold and frown? And wouldn't it be nicer For you to smile tlian pott, And so make sunshine in the house When there is none without? Suppose your task, my little man. Is very hard to get, Will it make it any easier For you to sit and fret? And wouldn't it be nicer Than waiting like a dunce. To go to work m earnest And learn the thing at once? And suppose the world don't ika-e you, Nor the way some people do, Do vou think the whole creation Will be altered just for you? And isn't it, my boy or girl. The bravest, wiet plan. Whatever comes or doesn't come, To do the best can? —Phoebe Carey. —Phoebe Carey. Home, Farm and Garden UNDERDR...

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. — 20 April 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BAXSLEY; IssuedEvery Friday Morning. Term o SoreriTtion : One Year 3 g Six Month 1 )5J Three Months w City and County Directory. rt.lno7 of Mails tr Findlay Post-Offlcw. DarASTCan. . f Tg Hmtk. 5 rtA.fcZ p. to. Wire, rwc C. A t.. L. H S: L. Hk. flow S"Ulh. .. - .Vorik. 43s p. m. -ra-i . t huraJay aud JulI and rmturday. el M'-";- . ad Ha.turd.iy. ulpm. . ,,. M Kidae, OU-ioa. Hoanoke. Ktlmare, ana W- fcoa-Iuedav and r'rlday. el 7 a. , , Hooa Hulg'mey and PmdUton-lr ridaj At efe&aS.' andPurt og Center-Daily t I p. m COUNTY OFFICER. HMMi Jsulp -James villain. utiuor oige rt. Moslier. '.wrtuf Ujt -cri W. "rente. ye.rer- Peter Hosier, lewder Pan. I Keioerer. .ju Jnl'j tSamuel B. Huflinan. .vaerifT-Sauuel Myres. Prnea4ig Auornen -il enry Browu. torwi U. F. Cline. .. Cjmmtntonerm Joseph rtaltzman. John 11 Huliop u l John r;l:ngton. IntirmanmrreUtrt Jarot. 1'tionipeon. tl.il. Wiwin and J. It. iluaiiou;.. (Ir.'r flWpo-wtnxlcKl 11 M. L' Met ..(wmi.er.-J A.r-ittlor,J....

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. — 20 April 1877

1 & HULL'S 9 3 Cash and Strictly ona price Cnstom Manufacturer's agea cy of Pine and Standard boot and Ehoes, -with staple Dry Goods of HUME & HALL. Findlay, Spring 1877. We ref-jxx-' fully ask you to examine cur new goods. acd sulimit these inducements. We n rc now the exclusive agents in tliis f-ounty, of our manufaf-turers, the Oldest and Bert in the country, and customers always know what they arc buying. Placing our orders for cash, c are en abled to furnish our friends the Best Boot and Sh xr jKissiblc to make stock and work on improved lots, of any size, as low as the materialman be bought for on the old plan. Mens' and Boys' Fine Boots, Mens' Women, Misses" and Chiidrcns' Jfiuc Shoes a sjxtialty, and the 1st class taud ard goods for general, wear, as low as com mon rads arc cenerally sold to dealers. We wan ant all Custom Goods. Have .oods made to order. I fare nhoji to repair to accommodate customers. P. S.-Dry Goods. We have bought for cash durirg the laic panic in...

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. — 20 April 1877

PHOTOGRAPHS!! OF ALL KLXDS AND SIZES, UP TO LIFE SIZE Oil lEaiiinLifciinLgrs , A SPECIALTY. PRICES REASONABLE. WE ENLARGE PICTURES! . t . Solid Walnut Frames 8x10, with Inside Gilt, and Fitted with French Glass an Back lor 25 Cent, at ZAY'S CALLER Y, Rawaon's Block.ncar Court Ilouse. x tW Agt r.t for the LIGHT RUNMXO DOMESTIC. O P O O 02 d m a o o O a 3 55 5 5 C P e km Q. 03 O o as M o co w u m 0 . H 25 w o se o E 3 09 (0 o o "3 ?5 -Z CO E C " 7, 6 11 C3 C3 (0 o o . m x: z. c 0s Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O., April 19, 1877. Chickens, $3.00 per doz. Eggs, 10 cents. Butter, 1013cent&. Hides, green, 55 cents. Hides, dry, 8 cents. Calf, green, 9 cents. Sheep Pelts, 2rc7c. Tallow 0 cents. Lard 9 10 cents. Flax seed, f 1 25. Rugs, lr cents. Beeswax, 23 cents. Timothy Seed 50 per bu. Clover Seed 10(1 Sets per pound. PoUtoc 90l 00 per bu. iven apples, 70 cts per bbl. Dried apples tfc per Ih. i ; j ! FINDLAY, O., April 19, 1877. Co-day's Grain Market. FINDLAY. Ohio, April 19, 1877. ...

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. — 20 April 1877

HOW TO CATCH A BEAU. little lady, doyou atk me IIow to catch a beau? Surely you, a winsom lassie Surely you should know. . Let me tell you, en jtiutmt. That there are many ways. But I will only tell to you Those that win men's praise. When your friend drops la toe you. Greet with happy face, Laugh and sing and sparVle brightly With your rarest grace: Hut with all your pleasant humor, Though you wear fine lace Ne'er forget your mother's labors And her careworn fare. Learn to lalor help your mother In the household fares; Iearn to bake, to cook and iron Don't learn idle airs True, a man does not dew-rve you If he'd make you slave; Rut recollect that men, tho' rich. Love women who can eave, Iearn to le a good, true woman : Master every art That to home and those you love bet, Pleasure can Impart: School your mind and heart and fingers. Learn what you should know, And you ne'er need atk the question How to catch a beau? HOW TO CATCH A BEAU. Home, Farm and Garden MORE HEAVY HORSES. More ...

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. — 27 April 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BAXSIXYi Issued Every Friday Morning, Term of SuDw:i-iptioi: ow Year Six Month Three Month. . . .3 A City and County Directory. rrival nd Departure of Maila t the) Findlay Peat-Office. 'tare Bram.h C. t C K I..K.t.H guinJsK J : l Aorta. :2J P- BalVAL. . . ?:. c. l. a? a. " "i" V Dr.PABrCaB. - fae vif. I b n r4 y and twtrday .at Ra in . V HI iarAl'd.tii'OTn uad edusday end eV.erday.al .. audrtaturday, t I p m. 6oa-Tuedav ami Krid-tT. 7 . ro. jrwi Hulvt.HlirH a-4 fendlrion-T nday,al vtcimi andPi -ye Crrtrr-'. y all P ' COUNTY Off ICERS. Mm Juln i.iufc. fill arm. wfitor ueorge v Mwr. tXerkef Cuuru-e-ot W. freti". Treasurer- Peter H !rt. Kreorder Paul Kemerer. tYtibate Jmdve Hamnet B. Hdliiun fjurtff Parlce C. Trltcb. Yoeaowfieg Attorney -Heury Brown. "orearr- l. K. Cliii. , , r,miutlMTl- Roes W. Moore. JoLa Bishop aad JoUd edglnglti. .eexessraiHreolors Cain;bell P.yal. K. M. Watson, and J . K. Bosbuuir. Infirmary Aperiicndc.il-Jaiae L Hary. fraewiar.- W . T Plan ...

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. — 27 April 1877

i - - IIIH ILL'S Cash and Strictly ona price Custom Manufacturer's agea- cy of Fine and Standard boot and slioes, -with staple Dry Goods of HUME Gs HALlr. Fmdlay, Spring 1877. tt"e respectfully aik you to examine our new coods.aDtl submit tliee inducements. count t, of our iimnufartiin.-rs, the Xlldest mnl Tut in the eountrv. and customers always know viliat they are buying. Placing our orders for u, c are en abled to f urnisu our friends the Uest Boot and SU 3 possible to mate stock and work on improved lots, of any size, as low as the niatemljcan be bought for on the old plan. Jlens' and Boys' Fine Boots .'Mens' n'omcDs', Misses' and Childrens' Fine Shoes a specialty, and the 1st class stand ard goods for general wear, as low as com mon grades are generally Bold to dealers. We 'wan ant all Custom Goods. Have roods made to order. Have shop in n pair to accommodate customer. P. S.-Dry Goods. We have lought for cash during the late panic in Cotton Goods. A good asscrt-mr-nt PTwitlv u...

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. — 27 April 1877

p mm m&?m OF ALL KIXDS AND .SIZES, I P TO LIFE SIZE Oil IPeLiia-timLgrs, A SPECIALTY. PRICES REASONABLE- ENLARGE PICTURES WE Solid Walnut Frame- SxlO. withl-stae Qilt, and Fitted tiui French (Tun an a for 25 On... 7AVCAl VV " lUwson's Block.near Court House. DOMESTIC. X tF" Agent for the LIGHT RUNNING ! in a - ? a .. i , s Q. 3 CO C3 O M o ' G0 03 AO o E E 3 CO 'a' c C3 2 -as-E o o 09 C er. w. "c -; . c c C3 O o a O ' s, . j i , 5 j i 1 1 ': 1 '-t';' V 2 A J 2 f 3 ft 5 Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O., April 26, 1877. Chickens. $3.00 per do. ' . : EiP", accent. . . . , ,i Batter. 10tf12eents. Hides, -gneo, b6 rtsl'! J Uidea, arf , 8 cents. . .. , , , , . j. Calf, green, fl cents. Sheep Pelts, 23c75c. 1 allow Ci cents. Lard 9 10 cents. . t Flax seed, 1 25. . llags, H cents. ; Iteeswax, 25 cents. Timothy Seed 1 50 per bu. Clover Seed 1012cls per pound. Poutocs 0g,$t 00 per bu. Green apples, 70 cts per bid. Dried apples 3c per lb. . ! (4 . j ! To-day's Grain Market. FINDLAY, Ohio,...

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. — 27 April 1877

DEVIL AND THE LAWYER. The Derl came up to the cart j one day, Ami into thf Court IIous lie wended Uis way, Just as an Attorney willi yeo' grave fat, Was proceeding to arew the "point in tMe caw." Now, a lawyer his Majesty nerer had sc-n, For to Lis Dominion none ever had been, And he felt very anxious the reason 10 know. Why none had been sect to the Regions I e'ow. Tnas the fault of Uis Al'-nts His Maj esty tho't That none of the lawyers had everln CaUllt. And for His own tilei'tir.; He felt a desire To come to the Earth and the reason en quire. Well, the lawyer who rose with vUage m grave, Made out hU opponent a consumate knave, And the Devil was really greatly amused, To hear the Attorney o srreatly abused. Rut as tsoon as the Sjieaker had come to a Hose, The Counsel opposed then fiercely arose, And he heaped such abuse on the head of the first. That made him a villain, of all men the worst. Tints they quarreled, contended and ar gued so long, ' fwas hard to determine which of th...

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. — 4 May 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BAXSLEY; Issued Every Friday Morning Term of Sabcription : One Year 2 Six Month.. 1 Three Month. .TO City and County Directory. mval and Departure of Mail at tr Findlay Pot-Offlce. .t Branch C U. fifc-fr-i- - Avrth.KG p EO. 'KIVI.. 0,re Branch C.H. C XK..i' P- E X, you JVuA. 1 1U a. m - Monk, 4.2b p ro. nvPAaTCaa. -r-i.Uy. Harl v d a-ir.ly.a J. ;-w-i. f ' aelu-e-Uv u-tM'na.i V Vu-jr H'rie' i'ri Tu-la end n -urd.y, a: I p . .... HiLj UWimt Hum-ik. ltd mure, an '- f eetoa Kvij, .ey ant ti-r Ma .-l andrH.ge Venter tUS-.f ' I- COUNTY OFFICERS aw eM ji(ir Adw-uer. Hrf Off l W". IV-b-e. 7- r uorrr - rler II.lcr. tee-il Pul Kfinrrr. rru:4flK ioai tf. Hufiiuau .sAersir-Parlee C. iilicb. VwejuOMi A-tortrn -H-orj Brown. - Vrser .. K. Clil t ,,,t,umer- W. Moor. John y -., -ir H).- ; o -oeli Hy K. M. iyiMii. au i J. rt. Ba.u.o-. 7 firnutry MttutriiUeKtcU-J r.ry . uiuniMonv-W. X Flutt, a). K K aa4 ffciriib Murta. COUNTY OFFICERS TOWNSHIP OFFICERS mat-l U. we.d. Jo.,u : i '...

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. — 4 May 1877

Hill ft HALL Sj 5 s Cath and Strictly one price Custom Manufacturer's age n- cv of Fine and Standard be ot and shoes, -w-ith staple Dry Goods of HUME & HALL i k' k Findlay, Sprirg 1877 We respectfully ask you to examine oui new roods.and submit these induct-inents n. .M nw tlu eirlusive agents in till III. Mwn . - county, of our manufacturers, the Oldest nn.1 eW in tha country, aud customer." always know what they are buying Placing our orders for cash, we are en abled to furnish our friends the Best Boot and Sh possible to make stock and work i ImnrnvM) lots, of anv size, as low afc the materialcan be bought for on the old plan. Men' and Boys' Fine Boots. Me ns' n'ranmi' Mioses' and CUildrens' Fine Shoes a specialty, and the 1st class stand ard goods for general wear, as low as com mon grades are generally sold to dealers. We wan ant all Custom Goods. Hare goods made to order. Have shop to repair to accommodate customers. P. S.Dry Goods. We have bought for cash durirg the late ...

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. — 4 May 1877

PHOTOGRAPHS!! OF ALL KIXDs AND SIZES, I P TO LIFE SIZE Oil IPlntiaagrs, A SPECIALTY. PRICES REASOXA CLE. EXLARGE IIOTUKJES WE Solid Walnut Frames 8x10, with Back for 23 Cents, at ZAY'S CALLER Y, lUwma'n Block,ncar Cm l liouw. x DOMESTIC. Inside Gilt, and Fitted with French Glass an tW Ap Lt for Hie LIGHT RUXNIXG a o P d be -a i-i o o Pi 03 d 03 a o o O o a f c3 SOD c amm a. CO a to . i c S " M h mm O M 3 6 Q 5 r o o m M o 0 a 03 ai en o 0 M w o a - H 5 W 5 -J is 3 CO o c C3 O o CO u c C3 t. K C o o ffl Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O., May 3, 1877. Chickens. $3.00 per doz. Eggs, cents. Butter, KK13cents. Hides, green, 5i6 cents. ' Hides, dry, 8 cent. Calf, green, 10 cents. Sheep Pelts, 25c75c. Tallow 6 cents. Lard 10 cent. Flax seed, f 1 23 Rags, 1 cents. Beeswax, 25 cents. Timothy Seed $1 50 per ku. Clover Seed 1012cls per pound. Potatoes 90f I 00 per bu. Green apples. 70 cts per bbl. Dried apples 8c per rb. Co-day's Grain Market. FINDLAY, Ohio, May 3, 1877. Wheat, NwNo.l. $1 . " ...

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. — 4 May 1877

SITTING AROUND. TbcT are sitting around upon barrets and chairs, Diflcossiog their own and their neighbor's affairs. And the look of content that is seen on each face Seem to say, "I have found my appropri ate place," Sitting anmad. In bar-rooms and groceries calmly thry ait. And serenely chew borrowed tobacco, and spit. "While the stories they Ml and the jrLes that they cnu-k. Riow their barts have grown hw ami undoubtedly black. While sittinir arouml- The 'sitter around" is a man of no means, And hia face wouldu't jmws for a quart of w hite beans, Yet he somehow or other contrives to exist, And is frequently seen with a drink ia his fist While sitting around. The loungers they toil not, nor yet do they spin, Unless it be yams while enjoying their gin. They are people of Iciture, yet often, 'tis true, They allude to the work they're intending to do Virile sitting aroum'. They're a habit of talking of other men's wires As they whittle up slick with their born handled knires They're ...

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. — 11 May 1877

A. H. BAXSLEY. Issued Every Friday Morning. Tcrmi of 5-ib-i-ipt ion : One Tear 2 Six Months Three Months w THE JEFFERSONIAN City and County Directory. rrtval and Departure of Mails at tha Findlay Post-office. DsrAaTCaB. Corn Branch Co C Ktt-.,t a. id U K. A . MX. oig SuulK, !'!- Aorta. 42; l: m. -.ABB1VA1.S. ttere Bros C. A. C o p. UK.URh. going JswtA. I hl AorA, 4.2a r m DSTABTUBB. ,a Bwre,Pima9.iluvund BtnrUngUrten Tuesday, rhnrsdsy aod tturdey,t sa.m. m BltncKtraUoueklown ami AViej 4 Corner. Wedoiedsy "' ratorday.Bt I f -rlivM. ;iiia-to ul Uunk-rt 1 ueday and liaAurday.ei I p m. ..... 0a mUdQt, rtntisra oaNke, flelmor, and '- boo-1 -leads v and ndv, at 7 a. ui. aVofcM KidfJ$lanUg and vio-rrJrtajl VeOfllaV BadiVsf fe llr-iily at I P " COUNTY OFFICERS, uanga flea Judge -James PUtara. ulUar- Uoorito S. Mober. Xtrtf Curu -rtcnt W. Preble. TrooAtirrr - Peter Hauler. Meovnter Paal Kemerer. rr jHIt Judo Baraaet B. Ha 11 man. ,SArr-Parle t:. Trlicb. fnteeuUng AUnrmea -Henry Urowu. 'broii...

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. — 11 May 1877

tgindtig gtffet&oninn. Flndlay, Ob.es Mj IU IS77" A. H.BAXKLEY. Editor and Proprietor. Ex-GOVKRSOB NOYI3 bas beD ap pointed Miniver to France. Ths Registration bill passed the Sen ate on Friday last by a vote of 20 to 1C. Tnt Tworsun ulraarares to tha Murphy pledge bare been obtained !o Cleveland. THE Secretary of the Treasury baa called In bonds amounting to fl0,114, 550, for redemption. Interest ceases August 15 th. ChaXT HOBSK and bis band, thirteen hundred in all, surrendered on Sunday last The number of ponies surrender ed was 2.500. The President's Proclamation to convene an extra session of Congress on Monday. Oct. 15th. will be found in this issue. j?H wholesale killing recently per formed in Mississippi, would indicate that the people of that State need to be conciliated. The reduction of the public debt during April was $4,315,000. The to tal decrease during the ten months of the fiscal year has been over ?29,000, 000, Hos. O. P. Kichols, Representative from Portage Co...

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. — 11 May 1877

PHOTOGRAPHS!! OF ALL KIND3 AST) SIZES, UP TO LIFE SIZE T-t-m T! 1 L23 -8 itrik "AS -bb aes A SPECIALTY. PRICES REASONABLE. ENLAHGE PICTURES! Solid Walnut Frames 810. with Inside Gilt, and Fitted with French Glass an . at w ZAY'S GALLERY, Rawsnn's Block.ncar Court Houw. x Hf A feet for the LIGHT RCN5INO DOMESTIC. WE C5 H o ft CQ d ra O o o O o s P4 615 S d O M o P a. QQ 03 t 0 01 D. CO r-l H Eh H AO IS - H W -8 5? s : O o C3 a 3 w - to o o CO if - t - 2 2. I I . C3 S CO o o C9 o E '3 CO Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O., May 10, 1877. tluckens. 3.00 per doz. Eg tkaSceata. . . , . Butter. 1013cenU. , Hides, jrreen, 5J6 cents. '' - Hides, ory, 8 cent. , v. ; CJalf, green, 10 cents. Sheep Pelta, 25c75c. " Tallow 6 cents. Lard 910 cents. Flax seed, f 1 25. Rags, 1 cents. Beeswax, 25 cents. Timothy Seed $1 50 per bu. Clover Seed 1012cis per pound. Potatoes 90$l U0 per bu. Green apples, 70 cts per bM. Dried apples 8c per ib. i i I ! ! j ' Co-day's Grain Market. FINDLAY, Ohio May 10, 1877. ...

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. — 11 May 1877

Educational Column. Educational Column. Conducted by C. F. PALMER. SIGNIFICANCE OF KINDER GARTEN CULTURE. The literal meaning of the word Kin der Garten, ia child-garden, hence its true significance is child culture har monious human development Frederick Froeble, the greatest Ger man teacher is said to have found the key to unlock the child's being. It was his mission to make the wants of child hood understood. ... The truest ministry we shall ever know is that of sympathy with child hood the ministry tliat seeks to build up a lovely symmetrical being fitted for a grand and noble life work here and an eternal progression beyond. Too much attention cannot be given to the laws of mental development In every child, as in every Med, lies an infinity of possibilities; which, if rightly developed, would result In a har vest of blessings to mankind. These possibilities should be early developed and brought intoproperexercise through the senses. All primary education must naturally begin w...

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