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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 18 May 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BAXSLZYi Issued Every Friday Mornisfrj Trmi V uoi-5ri.itioi: One Year Six Months... Three Months. . 1 l V) City and County Directory. "rrlval and Departure of Mens at The F.no'ay Pwfct-Ofaca. DBrAKTCKS. . . L.JC4I. to-, 1 1 : - .. Aorta. t '- in- Utoeg Rm. C.H. OJCiU Scs, I" t - .Vor. . t3" P wi scruroM. - , . -Tuly,i'f" tdK'ltJ.UJ.-l Mill JK. lit inch i.r4.H"-t-suan "' ,wr"" Wedael' no! rauiuav.t . . Iriixa'oa. tttl'arMi-'-' " T!M4lV and Maturd,'. t 1 p miv a ,ToaTi . .... Re,... ' 6oo-Totv a.il f rU . , . v VctiM aiiW ' '- "! w COUNTY OFICHS. Common Pt'ai Ja-iQ Jn Pillar. itdilrrr ueori-e: Mwliei. 'HerK'tf Ivans --A" ft. W. rTerl. 'Vetturer Peter H ler ltmntr Paul Keiuerer. rAtfeJlve ramu-t B. ifnlfatan. sJurrt.T'-Psxle,- C. rnr Henry Brown. "oreaer i. r.'.litie 'jtmnutkmrrt- Kuu W. iore, John llisnopaa I Jobu t-dnn-jton .- airy JircUjrM am II Bv .1. R. M eM-perb-traaVnat Jaiiirt L Henry Air Kjawmii-i w. r t-iai, a. n. as? no4 (htf nu ilwU.' TOWNSHIP OFFICER...

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. — 18 May 1877

$indls Hefferumiati. FlmtUar, Obi. May 18. IS'"' A. H.B1L8LET, Editor nd Proprietor. Thb three peoaloa ageoeie of Ohio, have been cotraolidated, and located aiCoInmbua. Fitk mlHioot more of the 4 per cent, bonda were aold by tbe Treasury Department Uat week- Xu B winy Machine baaineae w now open for investment to uj one, tbe Uat patent baring expired. THB Greenbaeker hare called a con vention to meet at Colombo. Jtrae Ctb, to nominate a State Ticket. Tbe Toledo Commercial if now le aned on Sunday morning, and ita Mon day morning edition baa been suspend ed THKKX waa bat one survivor of tbe erew of tbe Turkish Monitor.blown up in tbe Danube, on Friday Uat, by a (bell from tbe Rnaaian batteriea. Th "City of Broaeela," a Canadian team ah ip, which waa aappoaed to bare been loot, ia pronounced all right. She broke a abaft tbe third day oat, and bad to proceed to ber deatinatiou ander eail. Tot withdrawal of tbe email notea or notea of one, two and five dollar lara from circulation, or m...

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. — 18 May 1877

aye 1 MR, H. F. . r . . : ; or the Firm of ANDERSON 4. WINDERS, h-Just Eastern Cities, and tbey have The Iiargest Stock of Goods In Findlay, .3f.2;,70 QUA The Cheapest Stock of Goods in Findlay, The Newest Stock of Goods in Findlay, Don't Buy. any Goods Before Calling, Goods at Half Price Can ANDERSON & WINDERS. PHOTOGRAPHS!! OF AA.L KINDS AXD SIZES, UP TO LIFE SIZE Oil IPeLix2.t;i30Lgrs, A SPECIALTY. PRICES REASONABLE- ; " AVI: JEIVLiA.RGE PICTURES ! Solid Walnut Frames 8xlO. with Itwlde Gill, and Fitted with French Glass au Back for S3 CfBtl, at . Z AY'S GALLERY, Rawsoa's Block.near Court House. x I2T Agent for the LIGHT RUNNING DOMESTIC. , . ri Ik WINDERS, : ! : i j, 7 - - Rlurf.ed tll r 10 1 i be Found at v ' - - - - - - ' : - - a c C3 t-t O o A a 8 a o o O o a i-t 3 u II o & - - c S25 o o A n m CO r. Ui 73 C3 s 5- in - 1 c - u I o E E 09 O o CO c C3 w rH a T3 3 C g C3 s CO o o a o 3 ATTEXTIOX LADIES. Misses L. V. Ardiager & A.M. Rowe, kave Jst retnned from QneinDati...

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. — 18 May 1877

THE POOR FARMER. BY MRS. W. BRAINARD. Too poor lo take m psper. Too poor to join the Grange! So wben the price wcs raising, lie did not know the change. And sold his wheat for a dollar 'Twas worth a quarter more, And now the man is poorer Then he had been before. His neighbor Lookout told him. This side the market town, lie hliould have coiuc in sooner, While groceries were down. 'But then pcruar 'tis even, Since corn is on the rie, And what you gain by waiting. Will pay for your supplies.' "Corn rising? why, I sold it! Tl chap who bought my wbeal , S:iid, thia year corn was plenty, ' Btit mine was bard to beat, And eo he paid three shillings "What! everywhere 'tis four? The difference would give A hundred dollars more." lie drew the reia and started. With spirits sadly down. And did a heap of thinking, Before he reached the town. The upshot of the matter You easily might guess. This year he Ukcs two papers. And could not d with less. FOOD FOR POULTRY. Poultry raising and breeding i...

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. — 25 May 1877

A. H. BAXSLEY. Issued Every Friday Morntog. TcrxiiM of Ptubwoription : One Year Six Months. . . Three Months. 00 .VI THE JEFFERSONIAN City and County Directory. rrlval and Departure of Mail at ttv Flndlay Powt-OffiCw. liEpakTCBR. OnvBriMck C ft C K-,-.Iia. L. A- I . X- goutg iUk, 11:1 a. as. - - Aarlk,i--6 J. u. 1UUU. ' Ova ftnwci CM. C .K&. SU p. n. X- i'. A U. HH. gotg Souik. 11:1 a. in. - - Aorta, 2t p in. DEPABTiaa. Taelay.lhunday and "tnrday.t.m. Jtff i8jgAaxl.t W frtrwg i Vantrr. Wednesday and eelurday. at I . m. WiM-a. WMuuli lnutktrk Tuesday aodrtaturday.Atlp.ru. ,. (M Hidqe.tlUawa. kiMtvik. Relmnre, mnd WU- KnM KuticJtUMieii irr.llrlo-t rlday,at a. an. MrVontb andPurt ope Vcn'rr- Uuiljr at 1 p. COUNTY OFFICERS. Ommom Mm Jtutge -Jm.k pi;ia.i. editor -Oeorge r- JJoel.er. . .vcre Lbni. -so i W. 1'reWe. Treasurer-Piter I lix.it r. teeerder Paul Eeueret. fy-obale Judge -rianiuel B. Hufltnau. .sheriff Pariee C. Tiiicb. FroencuUng Attune -Huai f Brown, 'ijroaer- U. V. Cliue. O...

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. — 25 May 1877

indlas gefftrsonvdn. Fiadlar Olilo, May 23, I67 1. H. BALSLEY, Editor and Proprietor. E.NGLA5D h3 notified the Turks tbat the has taken cbaree of the Snz CanaL " ROUMAMA baa proelaimed ber inde pendence, and doelared war agalnrt Tarkey. A PROPOStnos is made to erect a monument to Mi Cbiebolm. Tbat is well enougb.but let tbe gallows first be erected lor her murderers. GK5ERAL GBA5T Killed from York, for Europe on Thursday of last week. While in New York be wa treated with distinguished courtesy. The nam: of delinquent tax papers in Chicago filkrd 104 pages of the Inter (kean. We bbould judge Chicago baa known something of tbe bard times. THE daughter of Judge Cbit-hclui who stoutly defended ber father against the Mississippi assassins, bas died from gangrene, induced by need of proper surgical treatment of ber wouude. The bids for printing postal card? were opened last week. Tbe bid of the American Fhototype Company was tC 56 100 cents per thousand for plain cards and 73 43 100 for t...

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. — 25 May 1877

Have In H ear MR. II. X. Of the Firm of ANDERSON 4; WINDERS. -Jin I Jt l-tnrred from the Kastern Cities, if.i-t' ' - I 1 . i . 1 The Largest Stock bf OoocU in Findiayr .5 The Cheapest Stock of Goods in Findlay, The Newest Stock of Goods in Findlay, Don't Buy any Goods Before Calling, Goods at Half Price Can 2-2 ' ' OP ALL KINDS AND PHOTOGRAPHS1 Oil Iraia-tinn A SPECIALTY. PRICES REASONABLE. WE JEIVLVItGMZ: PICTURES Solid Walmt Frames 8x10, with Inside Gilt, and Fitted with French Glass n C k for 25 Ceutw, al IUvMn't BIock,near Court House. x DOMESTIC. o WINDERS, i i! 3 and iheylave i f . : be Found at ANDERSON & WINDERS. SIZES, UP TO LIKE SIZE ZAY'S GALLERY, t AgcDt for the LIGHT RUNNING : .-"-'- r I 1 to I &fi 5 ? 85 & 2 o - o -S a X X - ? K : "5 - , a". c 3 cS Is! Qj '-Hi V --Lj a g 1 O St, cq o 2 W 212 cog H g f g r Eh S- '5 "H-o Kl m 1 C o i 0? I CO ATTEXTIOX LADIES. " " Misses L. T. Ardlnger & A. M. Rowe, have UulI rpf.imwJ from Cinf InnaO.W If h a fall stock of...

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. — 25 May 1877

BETTER THINGS. Better to smell the violet cool, than sip the glowing wine; Better to hark a hidden brook, than watch a diamond shine. Better the love of a gentle heart, than beau ty favors proud; Better the rose's living seed, than rose ia crowd. Better to love in loneliness, than to ha'k in love all day. Better the fountain in the Leart, than the fountain by the way. Better be fed by a mother's hind, than eat alone at will. Better to trust in good, than ray- "My goods my storehouse fill. Better to be a little wise, than in know! edire to abound; natter ta tonrh riiiltL than toil to fill perfection's round. Belter to sit at a master's feet, than thrill a listening State; Better to suspect that thou art proud.than be sure that thou art great. Better to walk the reel unseen.than watch the hour's event; Better the "Well done!" at the last, than the air with shouting rent. Better to have a quirt grief, than a hurry ing delight; Better the twiiight of the dawn, than the noonday burning b...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 1 June 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BALSLEYi Issued Every Friday Morning. Tennx of Subscription : One Tear 2 Six Months 1 Three Months 00 City and County Directory. rrtvai And Departure of Mail at trie Findlay PoM-Office. nsrAaTC. v Knutck C. A V. iCK.,X. iu 1 .4 AJi-ontiitjAtotUA, 11:14 a. m. p. m. atVAU. . -r Rmrnrh C.n. eV C Ait- fc- f. HH. guian hamtK, ll-.U a. m. - Aor.A, p. in. DEPAArCak. ; .irM,fWiavc.Jimn JUxdiniji;rtn -ruanl y,iliar.i aud Btorday.si na m. . lit M-Aard,U'Mrkiowt ad kwirg'J Crner Wednesday anil eaiurday.at l.m. -tWiny . K'lUxaiwsVwaaad irt Tuedn aud Saturday, at I p on. 'ja tiidge, fHiajva. H-,Mfke, Rettnare, ma tid- 6m-Tuesiav aud Friday, at 7 a. m. S-atoa Rui-je&imey ' fesrttcrea-Frluay.sr IfcGmb mdpartofe C-nler- fiuity at 1 p. in. COUNTY OFFICERS. Omuhm u Vrf -Jtm Pillar. jt tlttor-Oooritr is. Motier. 4XTKof tAHtru -Sc t W. Preble. yVroiu-!r-Peter lliwler. 4Ccirder Pau I Keiuerer. tYjfrnle Judge Samuel B. Hutttuau. AAeriir-Parlee C. iriicb. vewttay AiHtrmti -rienr...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 1 June 1877

gindfo gJtfftrBouian. Findlay. Ob Jo, June 2, 1877. A. II. BALSLEY, Editor and Proprietor. The President (avors the reinoniti zation of silver, whiih la well. W. D. EiCKHAM, of the Day ten Journal goes to the Sandwich Islands (iX, LoOAS having been tendered the Mission to Brazil, has respectfully declined. Judge Chaxmar, has been reelect ed Judge of the Manlcipal Court, at Wheeting, Va., by a majority of 314. A. C. ASDKitSOS, (colored,) of Ham ilton, Obio.U a candidal for the posi tion of Minister to Hayti. He is bigli Jv recouiuiended. hs. Jous A. Log as, is to receive the appointnieut of Collector of Cus toms at Chicago, a very lucrative po sition, at the close of the present fiscal year. The New Jersey Central Railroad Company has been thrown into the hands of a Receiver, owing, it is said, to the long continued peculations of its employees. A kepoht comes from Washington that a National Anti Administration party was formed in that city on the night of the 24th. one hundred and f...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 1 June 1877

CLOSING OCT SALE! REGARDLESS OF COST. A I have to wove out of my nau, lr repair, i will sell tuy t-Na-k of Dry Goods, Notions and Fancy Goods FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS, At Prices that will be Below All Competition. G. ELMES, 79 Main Street. PHOTOGRAPHS!! OK AlX KINDS AND SIZES, I P TO LIFE SIZE Oil IPainti:n.g's, A SPECIALTY. PRICES REASONABLE. we isimv wom: motukksi Solid Walnut Frames HxlO. with Inside Gilt, and Fitted uiiU French Glass an Bac k for 25 OnlH, at ZAY'S GALLERY, lUwson's Block.uear Court House. r 3f" Asrr.t for I he LIGHT RUNXIXG DOMESTIC. Another Gwii at "iiave a full line of Women' rrad-.el LOW I'KICKS. J-1 mils;-. Ohio May 2D. 77 EXTENDED TO Ik fig:1 zs. Groceries and Provisions. My tluck is being constantly increased SUGARS. COFFEES, SYRUPS, TOBACCOS, CIGARS, &c. and aold at prices lhat defy competition. Just received a ear load of Saginaw Salt New Lake Fish, Mackerel, in kits and quar tor Imrrels, Smoked Halibut and Herring. , A complete stock of CANNED GOOOS.FRl...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 1 June 1877

LOVE SONG IN MAY. My best beloved the spring is lair, woods are green, and life is g Will voa not come with me, and tied The tangled-covered paths and wood? The wind-flower blanches all the copse, With hyacinth the hedge is blue. And every weakened leaf seems fair But not so fair as you. While blackbirds sing on hazel twig, ntl Lh at the trees. """"6" . . The enckoo's distant cry is borne Across the meadow by the breeze. The thrush's song is sweetest far, But saddens as the hours go by; You hear? the nightingale's in love But not so much as I. Will you not listen to the spring.' What tender voices do you hear? Have violets no speech for you? Is not the nightingale s song dear Yet, somehow, though you catch the sound. You miss the meaning of the strain; Ah: why not have more joy from love With not so much of pain. LOVE SONG IN MAY.-Argosy. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS ARE REQUIRED TO VOTE IN OHIO. THE NEW ELECTION LAW. THE NEW ELECTION LAW. Electors Must Register-How the Lists are to be Made ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 8 June 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BALSLEY. IssuedEvery Friday Mornb. Terrai of Subscription: On Year Six Month.. Three Month-. tiW . . I . .HI City and County Directory. TSnOeparture of r Mail- Ftndlay Port-Office. Birirri. c, ..a gj&ffifZ: DtFlTt- -roijr.ii7 MdJaW Cvmcr. lV iA'l. 'WM!1"l,fTl,B . .... ..,,1 p.nturda.at I':'"- . Wnduewlay aua .'"'r'il-i.rl: Taeday and Saturday. t I P- BWmore,rf Utt-fco-luelav r" ""(LVidarl ileoJ andPurl age Ceni-r- laily P- COUMTY OFFICERS. PHlar-. .Omwm JVot .fade Jaroea u4tMjr - Oeorjcr s. Mo-hcr. o Omn - ' W. ' f'1"' freMurtr - enter Hkr. ieeardr Paul Kmoitm. Samuel B.Httlluu. AiienWarlee C. Trilch. frof-cmling AtUrrnru -denrj Brown. Anvr- U. r'.CIm.. i,.i. li tmuamen- Ko W. Moore. Jh Biabop and John fcd.-luglon. . IlH-m-ny itUerlnn '.'am,nll Byul. ' Wataon, and J. K. BusOonr. I Ar.tr w Ku,HTimtrndf.l-iu L- ' -ii.wi.i--w.i piau, J- a- aud Uorllaa Miru. TOWNSHIP OFFICRS. T.wi-Hmarl Howard. John Lark Ids and Jot fhamberllu. 'Xerft-Hanry II. Loatbau. Iremtu...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 8 June 1877

4itdhu Sefittaonian. Find I ays Ohio, June 8, 1877. A. H. BiX&LEY, Editor and Proprietor. ! t I THE location of the State Fair 1'! not yet been determined. j The Democratic State Convention has been called to meet at Columbus on tbe 25th of Jo'- Fletcher Habpbr, tbe last sur vivor of Harper Bro.. of New York, died at that city ou the 20th at the age of seventy -two. The Cleveland Herald haa been en mailed, but will hereafter be publish d every day and Sunday too. It lia also reduced its price to 12 cents per week. Ontario has been invaded with cat erpillers.and the number were so great upon the railroads leading into London on Tuesday morning that trains wpre delayed. Attorxet Geskral Devkxs will examine tbe laws for tbfl purpose of ascertaining whether the Federal Courts bave iuriediclion in the case of the Chisholm massacre in Mississippi Tbe action of the Secretary of State in referring tbe matter to the Attorney General is owing to tbe fact that the Bril ih authorities compl...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 8 June 1877

501 We Will Pay the Highest Market Price. One Door West Public HENDERSON & DARST. ci USING OUT SALE! r REGARDLESS OF COST. As I have to move out of my room, for repairs, I i!l my stock of Dry Goods, Notions and Fancy Goods FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS, At Prices that will be Below All Competition C. ELMES, 79 Main Street. PHOTOGRAPHS'! OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES, UP TO LIFE SIZE Oil IEizi.tiKigr 9 A SPECIALTY". . PRICES REASONABLE. WE ENLA.UGE PICTURES! Solid Walnut Frames 8x10. with Inside Gilt, and Fitted with French Glass an Bark for 23 Gent), at ZAY'S GALLERY, Riwson's Block, near Court House. x EJ- Agent for the LIGHT RUNNING DOMESTIC. Auother OpiD ai 'e have s fall line of Women' Trsd.-. at LOW PRICES. Misse', r'indiay.Olilo. May 29,' EXTENDED TO Groceries and My FKM-k is licing fiintaittly rncrcased IUmsV' SUGARS. COFFEES. SYRUPS, TOB1CCOS, CIGARS, it. and sold at prices that defy competition. Just received & car load of Saginaw Salt New Lake Fish, JIackerel, in kits and quar tor...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 8 June 1877

SONGS. BY HEINE. BY HEINE. I. Warm summer dwells upon thy cheLr And in thy dancing eye; But in thy little heart, lair child. Cold, frosty winter lies. Tet these, I think, as years grown on. Will play a different part; Then, winter on thy cheeks sliall If, And summer in thy heart. II. Hast thou forgotten, quite forgotten, dear, That I poesefed thy heart for many a rear? Thv little heart, w small, so Cilse, so sweet, Sweetest and falsest heart that ever heat. The love and pain liast thou forgotten, dear, That weighed upon my breast for many a year I know not which was greater of the twain, )nly that they were great, loth love and pain. III. I longed to linger, retting Beside you, free from care; But you ran off, protesting You had no time to Fpare. I vowed my soul should never Know other queen hut you; You only laughed, however, A nd dropped a curtsy, too; All day you sorely tried me; And, not content with this. You cruelly denied me Even a ferwell kiss. But if you will not soften, I ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 15 June 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BAXSLEYi IssuedEver Friday Morning Terms of Subscription : One Tear ? hix Month Three Months. . . City and County Directory. rnl una Oeparwte of Mail at the Findlay Pofct-OfP.c. akuvaia m Wednesdsv mal ""..'i'iT.I ad Saturday. P .,,, yu- State. Kulj.f" " rVa-ilefo- rldayjil JsTcComa amifurt mjt Ceuur- I'aliJ 1 ? COUNTY OFFICERS, Milam. on Pleat Judge -Jsui Wor-George H. iio-iie.. 7Vauwr- Peter ll.olxr. Recorder Paul Keinerer. Probate 4doe nit:num II. HiiUuau. tiheriff Parle C. rriicL. 1'nneeiUing Attorney -Henry Brown. Ovroner- u. f.Clin. nmuiioam- Koss W. oore. John ' Btabopaud John ivJg:v.gtn. Inflrm iri . Jirentort t-'a-n ,'eli y'. WaUen and J. K. liosiuinv. Infirmary Hu.pmnlrmder.t-iw Is Henry. and Uuriiaa Mana. TOWNSHIP OFFtCc RS. Trusleet Haroael Howard, J.ilin Ijirkius aDd Job CtiarnlierliD. 'Trri-Heurr H. ln(ban. 7rauurer iluicti Newell. Jiultee-D. K. ilard!ey and O. A. Ballard. CvHMlobln -Jl Mar He aua J. m. i.i. BOKOUCH OFFICESS. Jfayerjaeoo Carr. CW...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 15 June 1877

Findlay, Ohio, Jnne 15, 1S?7. A. H. BiXSLET, Editor and Proprietor. Ttldex axd Hksdbicks emitted their last groan on Tuesday in ew THE Seeretarr'of the Treasury bas Mllrd in tl5,000,W bonds of 18C5 for redemption. Skxator Fkrbt, of Michigan, was Tying dangerous ill last week, but is re ported improving. AX attempt of the Knwiaiw to crow. the Danube, between Mekopoi. Sistova, on Friday lafct, wan repu.seu Osk by one the ring theires of New York are disgorging, Connolly ui the fck the nrivileKe to unburden ic-oy w a himself. At THE Cabinet meeting on Friday lafct it was determined to bring the .... m. !o1o ia the Mountain rr v. - Meadow's murder to justice. Clark Waggoxek, having been appointed Collector of Internal Reve nue, will take possession 01 iu July 1st. at Toledo. THE Mexican Minister has entered protest against instructions given by the government to pursue the eafle stealers into their own territory. Fkom present appearances it seems that the proposition to revise the con s...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 15 June 1877

Sfl.OOBlS.WDOL 0 We Will Pay the Highest Market Price. One Door West Public HENDERSON & DARST. CLOSING OUT SALE ! REGARDLESS OF COST. As I Imve to move out of luy room, lor repair. I will sell my stock of Dry Goods, Notions FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS, At Prices that will be Below All Competition C. ELMES, 79 Main Street. PHOTOGRAPHS!! OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES, UP TO LIFE SIZE Oil A SPECIALTY. P1UCES REASONABLE. WT1 ENLARGE PICTURES! Soli J Walnut Frames Hi 10. with Inside Gilt, anil Fitted with French Glasn an Back r.r 25 Cents, at ZAY'S GALLERY, R.iwsm's Block, m-ar Court House. x -Agent for the LIGHT RUNNING DOMESTIC. Anomer mm, We have a full line of Woraeus-. Misses' Trade, al LOW PRICES. t'tiidlsy.Ohio, May 29, 77 AN INVITATION EXTENDED TO ALL BUYERS OP Groceries and dak is being constantly increased My SUGARS. COFFEES, SYRUPS, TOBVCCOS, CIGARS, ic. and sold at prices that defy competition. Just received a car load of Saginaw Salt New Lake Fish, Mackerel, in kits and quar ter barre...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 15 June 1877

LITTLE JOHNNIE. BY W. S. PETERSON. SofUy breathed the coming May. On that Southern Sabbath day. -. In that genial, sunny clime May-days come before their time. Earth and sky were bright and blet On the holy day of rest. But no sound of prayer and pealra Iiose upon the Sabbath's calm. And the morning sun looked down On a mob-beleagured town, Horsemen galloped here and there. And their curses filial the air. Soon a hundred ruffians yell Round the home where heroes dwell: Brave Judge Chiaolm, scorning fear Though the wolves of hell were near. And Cornelia, heroine rare, Fair and young, and brave as tain little Johnnie, aged thirteen, Bravest boy the world has seen ! When the Judge to jail was led, "HI go, too," brave Johnnie said. Sire and son walked hand in hand Through the threat'ning ruffian band. And within the prison gate Johnnie shared his father's Cite. When the mob, with savage yell On their helpless victims fell, Johnnie stood and ikltcred not In the furious storm of shot Stoo...

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