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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 31 August 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BALSLEY; Issued Every Friday Morning. TVrin ol Subscription : One Year 2 00 Six Months 1 W Three Months 50 City and County Directory. ' rrival and Departure of Mail at trt Findiay PoM-Oftlce. Corey Branch C A C JiS,H5. m. U X. AJULffxe tt. 11:14 a. m. - Aorta. 427 p. m. AatVAt. wrv Bmcl C. C MM p. m. 1 X A L.MiC. going Atmtt. UU -m. forth, 426 p. m. DsrAETCea. .-jirew,JrTOti7eaf "toirfi.ipiVves rueday, Thursday and 8te rday.atsa ro Vi HInA-ird,(ivne.ktumn and Btnng Corner Vednesday mod r-aturday. at I . .ariMi, -a. Wiifionutowa oarf Iwikir Tuesday and Balarday.st 1 p. m. . , ,., fi Kuige. Ottawa. R'tanoke, Belmore,and IM- M-Tuwdu eud Frldny, at 7 a. rn. rf-afo Ridge Jilmiey and fato-r"nday.al VcOttmV ondSrf or Oacr - liiy at I p m COUNTY OFFICERS unm .ada -Janui Pillars. . wiilur - Unorf e M. Moaber. 'Jerk of tjtni -He t W. Preble. Tmiwurrr - feter Hwler. . trvttaU Judge -etatnuel B. H unman, fcerwr-r-arlee C. Tritch. HrooecnUng Attorney -Henrj Brown. ower-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. — 31 August 1877

4indhu eprsoumi. A. H. BALSLE V, Editor and Proprietor. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, WM. n. WEST, of Ugaii For Lieutenant Governor, FERD. VOGELER, of Hamiiron. For Supreme Judge. W. W. JOHXSOX, of Ijiwnnce. For Treasurer, J. MINOR MILLIKEX, of Butler. For Attorney General, GEO. K. NASH, of Franklin. For Clerk of the Supreme Court, D WIGHT CROWELL.of Ashtabula. For School Comirissioner. JOSEPH F. LUKENS, of Portage. For Member of Board of Public Works, A. W. LCCKEY, of Ottawa. Sheets proved Joy. a wet blanket for Thk Democratic party of Maine, in convention assembled, endorsed the policy of President Hayes, laet week. Hill has been laid np for repairs. The county delegates concluded they bad the right to name Mother's suc cessor. Bbioham Yocjtq is reported as very sick and not expected to recover. There will be a vacancy for a new prophet. Thk persecution of prominent Re publicans of South Carolina has com menced ; the object is apparently to drive out of the State all that...

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. — 31 August 1877

n LYON'S Patent Metallic STIFFEXERS PREVENT Beets and Slices Frm Eznrirg crer, VearicfontlieSMfi ipping in the SEAIS. Sold hj fcHCCK BROWS. ( XandR IAHI COnr.lERCIAL COLLEGE, DAYTON, O. JL D WILT, - PRIIOPIL," tESTASUSMCD 17 TEARS.) TOUNG MENS L..-.. lin llrM itr- cm erf ditrirur rand traluiof. IV Wtl T PR lCTiLi fa"""' akMM w-tdotn .vrmT,,i-b.- nvrh. but """ "' mmb a Haaawai wssw ss... - - M m CDUiiTli tar tac. ! utrrH by some. Ksy payments SueSeul. ressiurd at by I siurw at at. tasse. I weses trial YtaiBai Blcahaln JEFFEBSONIAN JOB ROOMS! Every Deecription of JOB PRINTING &u ob ue ifflLRfr hicasuk akl& ixjsjl&.-m CALL AI7D SEE SPECIMENS t ANW SHOES SHUCK & BROWN HAVr THI LarKPsl Stork V lioi Assortment roa ihi- FALL AND WfXTER TRADE. ftorSee Their KIP Before You Buy. BOOTS tii lain S;ri--t HHJX'K A- HROWN. Tot it tovlfa ms.ir that, m a ralv rarcfM ifhirtfuv bsblsi vsrsrs-r miiiiHr -l,iir la al atsie hssdrediof yoang us ail wonen hlgh- mr mnjl, sua ture sumiierssf w...

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. — 31 August 1877

Home Farm & Garden. THAT COLORADO BEETLE. Vat is that, acbwirriog through the air, Vat gapes and stares tbe people r Vat run they here, vat run they there, Vat clang the bells in tow'r und simple, Vat clamor yomg, vat clamor eld. at clamor big and leetle? Alas! they clamor all, "Behold! That Colorado Belle!" For endless streams of burgher?, armrrt Mit pick und spade und hoe, Had ramparts raised in circle charmed Around the dreaded foe; Had waged a ruthless war amain With naphtha, henzoline, But flames und smoke were all in vain They'd got no Paris Green! I'nd high above the battle's fray. O'er ditch and rampart dug. They saw it wing its airy way That Colorado Bug! And now a thousand dollars be In hard cash the reward, For proof an't be He or She, That Colorado Fraud! —From The London Examiner. HOW TO FATTEN CHICKENS. It is hopeless to attempt to fatten chicken while they are at liberty. They must be put in a proper coop; and this, like moet poultry appurtenances, ned . not be ex...

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. — 7 September 1877

THE JEFFERSONIM A. H. BALSLZY. Issued Everj Friday Termsol Huhncription: One Year ' S City and County Directory. rnval nd Departure or Mails at ut I Fin-tlay Post-Office. .-.. . wA C t.'. ..-. m .. - t jr-"".. ''' " " AorlA ( Ill A I R.K1 V A - " .- C C ft . p. . -; J: . IIH ff'l3 VMXt ll'.iJ, .Vr . I . G PARTI'S. I ' ;.r-(i o:..r 1 Kf;''''" .f H I ly.lliur. Iv mid !S ! inUy.'t a in . If H ffkin, mi nnd Kfty ' ''wi-urr ' -r ln -dAV : etu:rii . t ' -. io-m. W'iiiicMi aimma-J tuk-rk ruday H .-uur.Ur,i I p ia. i.t:IC4 gr OU-1H4 ti-i uvikr.. Hr1 mrrv .unti rl(-- ill lav a- : ft'. ', iv, 7 a. in. K.Vfff- .? ' ' rfri- Jit V :. ll-,n V.ifrr ..; y i l p COUHTY OFFICERS, t , Jww r"i!lari - t-i... ue "i. Mooer c. --: t ''-:. iit-r ftl lliel. wmvi tos- A'. ten-, J Hlli rl.nou u John c iini(.m. '-(Miry nr.-?r :. o -II yl, Walou a.j J. U fcuaiiouy. rvl .Aftf-uaa tlartg. tfrow K I'.uU, j. K Rag TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. ., -Hauuel Howard. I t i .:.ri-i't- au'I fo- 'ti:uteriiii "v-t - Hem H l.oultiitu. 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. — 7 September 1877

tgindlaz iff$rsomn. Ilndlnj, Obio, SepTiISTT. A. II. mi.sf.r.V. Editor and Proprietor. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, WM. II. WEST, of L?an For Lieutenant Governor, FERD. VOOELER, of Il.nniV.on. For Supreme Judge, W. W. JOHNSON, or Lawrence. For Treasurer, J. MINOR MILLIKEN, of Butk-r. For Attorney General, CEO. K. NASH, of Franklin. For Clerk of tlie Supreme Court, D WIGHT CROWELL.of AsliUJjula. For School Comrrissioner. JOSEPH F. LUKENS, of Portage. For Member of Uourd cf Public Works A. v.'. LUCKEY, of Ottawa. Senatorial Ticket. For Senators, STILLMAN BROWN, of Lucas Co. EARL W. MERRT, of Wood Co. County Ticket. For Representative, DANIEL FRICK. For Auditor, MARTIN L. DETWEILER. For Recorder, PAUL KEMERER. For Prosecuting Attorney, J. C. BEITLER. For Commissioner, JOHN CUSAC. For Infirmary Director, A A. IIICKLE. Thirty-third District. Republican Senatorial Convention To the Delegates of the republican Senator ial Convention, 33d District. One of the nominees of your Con ...

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. — 7 September 1877

BOOTS AND SHOES LYON'S Patent Metallic STIFFEXERS PF.37E1TT Beets and Slices rrcnEsss-iigcver, feariiifcfffliitteSiile Ripping in the SEAMS. BKOWX. Sftld by SHUCK A SHUCK & BROWN HAVE TIIE- Lan?et Sf U A; Best Assortment FOR 1 H E FALL AXD WINTER TRADE. See Their KIP Before You Buy. BOOTS Xo. C7 slain Street. SHUCK fc BROWN. Local Business Notices FRESH WHITE LIME iU Kilns; ulo at F. Karst &. Son's. 45tf E. DAKND. Sewing; Xachiue Needles, all kinds For Snle by HECK ii CII.YMBEUUX. WITH all tbe e.-tiiuoiiy in its favor topetber with oar p-ro:inl knowledge of it. tvve eointueiia "Laa-Mitrs Cora five" to our friend, wi'li confidence tuat it will do tbetu good. For lllteu matixin. Neuralgia. Nercous Heada:lte, Paint in the Back r Limbs, io fact, whenever a cooling and healing eiu-lr-catioii in needed, tit the "Cur alive." W. If. H H E, Altai. A Large Stock Of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shorn, just received by W'ei:rel & Croo ir.ger, in the Kossumn Block, opposite the Cour...

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. — 7 September 1877

TO THE CRICKET. BY EDITH M. THOMAS. Glad-Iiumorcd jprite, take up thr pVc again! Wlicn mattd birds per-uadwl Nature's car Their warbling loves were all tl.at 'lie should liw, Tl.rouzli Hay and June day-, thou, nnii patient ken, Kepl'st juiet in thy gra.s-.y covert then. Full sure thy music would he r-ounitd U ar When August fervors flroopod tii1 f.-n'ie.l year And revel w.ng had s'.w away. U'l.tn men Lay Kharpened stec. amid the harvest jr'.M Along the breezy stubble, thou dost raise ThyToluble, keen notc;thou,liat sunshine 1 he summer's prime, to friend ihec, ai.d the cold Stops tot thy pipe, h'-.irth h !wd in xrin ter days And, then, may poet m'-li their rhymes with thine. AUGUST 18, 1877. A BUTTERCUP. A little yellow buttercup Stood lauglang i the tun : The grass all cn-cn around it. The summer just begun : Its saury little head abrim With bnpiine and fun . Near by grown old and none to se'-d A dandelion ;rrew ; To right and left wiih every breeze His snowy tresses flew, lie shoo...

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. — 14 September 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A- H. EALSLEY; Issued Every Friday Morning.;' 'IVrin ol .-ubcritioii : Oue Year 2 W Sii Months 1 J Three Mouths W City and County Directory. rrlval and Departure of Mail at the Flnatay Pot-Offic. tJarsy Bra C A C. iK Us a. m. . MIL goOtg Hrruth, 11:14 a.m. yrth.-Zl p. in. AJtKIVAIJ. Hranch C. 1. C K.. S P- m AT LKK. VOtft Ac, lt-.lis.UL. -- .W-A, 1 p IO. - - mrAM.mu. f,rtar.Umnaenand B'tchntdreen -f n. Uy.rnnr. tavaa litirrty.lK.ni. JM ( tnrh-t tl H'lurftam and Hmrg 4 ntr, wVJuid uJ hturdKy.l I - ,-Uitg t. Ir'ili'l'aifo' lMutk. Tuesday Cm Hi'lje. HUi j i. h'ttnokr, Rrluvtre, ana uu- 0l- l fr-v and Kriday. at 7 a. in. bvfo KfUfr.Ht in VHeeu-f" rlday.at eyi. wlP-irtag Uttur- Oaiiy at I j.. m COUHTY OFFICERS. (iunirn Juiiy -James r'lilais. .twiU'ir laou) Je . AtO-dier. ilrrt-tf Ojuiu -set I W. Preble, rrmuw Peter ii.jir. ifeuvl ; Paul Keincrer. V X t'- J It liamu-;! U. Ilutjuiau. .tAertf-t'tiieeC. nl.cti. Prtnezuij AWi'ney -Henry llrowu. imr t. K. i.'ime OawuMOT Ross W...

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. — 14 September 1877

indhs $effnspttiaa. Fiudlay, Ohio, Sept- 11, 1&77. A. H. B.VLSLEV, Editor and Proprietor. Republican State Ticket. flovtrnor, TVM. II. 'WEST, oi I- j-a-Lieutenant GovcnKr, FERD. VOGELER, of Hamilton. Supreme Judge, . W. JOHNSON", of Ijiwp iicc. Treasurer, J. JIIXOH MII.LIKEX, of Uutl.r. Attorney Ocrx-ral, F.t For For For For f.'EO. K. XAIf, of Franklin. Clerk of the Supreme Court, mVIGHT CUOWELL.of Ashtabula. h;liool Cornrris.siont;r. JOSEPH F. LUKEXS, ol Portage. MeinUr of Board of Public Works A . V,'. I.UCKEY, of Ottawa. For Senatorial Ticket. For Senators, STILLMAX IJKOWX, of Lucas Co. EAKL V,. MEIIHY, of Wood Co. County Ticket. For Iteprcscfil&livc, DAXIEL FIJICK. For Auditor, 31AKTIX 1- DETWKlLEIt. For ili.cordcr, PAUL KEMERER. F.t I'mscr-ting Attorney, J. C. BEITLER For Commissioner, JOIIX CUSAC. Fr Infirmary Director, A. A. IIICKLE. Judicial Convention The Republican of the Fourth sub division of the Tbird Judicial District, coiupriMng the counties of MarioD, Crawfor...

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. — 14 September 1877

BOOTS AND SHOES n LYON'S Patent Metallic STIFFEXERS PREVENT Boots and Shoes Ircn Etuudng ever, cffoiM.e and Ripping in the EEAKS. Sold by SHUCK BROWS.' v wearing; '"ml " i JEFFERSONIAN JOB ROOMS! v r inr ddtvttvC Xj CI J Ascatillp-liiuii ui fvA i iuiii and on the INMOST AIVTB SEE SFECIIYlliilUSi I SHUCK & BROWN U.r nt,: ljirse. Slink V lies! .Ivortitient r-m 111- FALL AM) WINTER TRADE. See TlKir KIP BOOTS Before You Buy. No. C'. Mnl. i-JJI Ch' it- HHOWN. rvor-ntwi with Nextness and DisnaUh vv - REASONABLE TERMS.- .ansa ssnnsnw aanw Am sat Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O., Sept. 13, 1877. Chickens, $2.40 per doz. fitfg, 12 cents. Butter. 121414 cent. ' Hides, preen, 67ceot?. Hides, dry, 10 cento. Calf, frreen, fcents. Sheep" Pelts, a"c7.V. Tallow 6 cent. Lard H7 cents. . , Flaxseed, $1 10. I tags, 1 cents. Kceswax, 25 cent. Timothy Reed 1 001 23 per Lu. Clover Seed 8 els per pound. ' Potatoes 2.1 ctg. per fcu . Dried apples 3v3fcts per lt. FINDLAY, O., Sept. 13, 1877. To-day's G...

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. — 14 September 1877

SERAPHINA'S SISTER JANE. FcrapLiaa loves mc dearly ; I lovcStrapLina, too. Oh, Lor form's divine (or nearly) Thai's of course 'twir.t me and you. Lots of blisses Fate has w;nt us, And we'd rr-ally not complain. But for one tv!io -win tormnt u S raphiiia's si-tf-r Jane! .-'mall is .Serapliina's .i?ter, Six ytais old, or iljTealiout: But, liy jingo! she's a "tw i-t r," Full of noi.-e and tiny shouts. Often lien I'd gently w liiper, r-erapLina's kiss to gain, la runs that intruding li.'-jn.-r, ScrapLina's sister Jane! When we in the garden wauI-r, .fust to view the p!ants, you know, As our w jrds are fretting fonder. And my loved one listens lo! la she rushes, hair a tangle, Like a doll that's gone in-ane; Then I feel I'd like to strangle Seruphina's bister Jane. When I next behold her figure, At her I will make a spring, And 1 11 say: "When yon get bigger, Yon won't like this sort of thing! Courting has a brief existence Don't you interrupt aguin When I'm here just keep your distance,...

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. — 21 September 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BAXSLEYi Issued Every Friday Morning Ttrmi of Subscription : One Year 2 Six Months 1 W Three Months City and County Directory. rrtvai and Departure of Mail at the Find lay Poet-Office, sirmror. Cksrvv Braivh C. A C. .,') a. rc. HK. ooing Nvuih, 11:15a.m. " ' jiorth.itfi p. m. Hire, Arwsc C.SL V ti P- t AL.Hk.. 99 ?' " " - Aor.A, 4 .2s . m. DIPlRTtKE. Stv.P.rio?e..afairnl fl'-edrr -Tuesday, rnuraday sad ntar.Uyi.m Af( a wtvil Hour luawn ami nm9 rdowin and ftaturday.at -- , 4riiWm. iriUiiMtooM lunirl( Tuesday and rtaturd.y, at I p. m. , CmU Mid, OUama. Htjanoke, Hrimte. and UU-(M-TnMdiv and Friday. at 7 a. m. BVaioa RxLgrJnlry and PcnUrUlfriay M HeCM' oadArtsyc CVater-D-iily at 1 P COUNTY OFFICER8. IMM Plea Judge -Jntatu Pillara. m udilor-George ti. Moibrr. JlrrKof Vaunt -Scut W. Preble. Treasurer- Peter Hjlr. Jfeoonler Paul averaerer. rTubat Jwlo etaiauel B. HutJmau. Hheriff Partes C. 1 illrb. prvecuUng Atutmeu -Henry Brown. rhroner- u. F. Clme . , CMaauMeaera-...

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. — 21 September 1877

gindhz iJeffersomiiii. FIdIj-. 0.s:o. M pi iv.7, A. II. n.VLSl,EY.E'.it,r and iToyrUtor Republican State Ticket. TVir Governor, TVM. II."WEST,i IJ'n For Lieutenant Governor, FEi:. VOGELEH, 'if Iliiiiiiltu. For Supreme Judge, w. w. john sox, of e Miee . For Treasurer, J. MINOR MILLIKEN, of Rutir-r. For Attorney General, GEO. K. NASH, of Frar.kii-.i. For Clerk of the Supreme Court, DWIGHT CKOWELL.I At.!..uK For School Comn isi'.m r. JOSEPH F. LUKENS" of Portajre. For Member of IJoard cf Public: WmV.. A . V.. LUCKEY, of Ottawa. Senatorial Ticket. For Settlors, LAFAYETTE T. LYTLE, of Lucas eai:l v,'. meki:y, .f tA c. 1 County Ticket. For KepresenUlivc. DANIEL FUK K. For Auditor, MARTIN L. IJETWEILEII. For Recorder, PAUL KEMEliEIl. For Prosecuting Attorney, J. C. BEIT LEU. For Commissioner, JOHN CUK AC. For Infirmary Director. A A. IIICKLE. Tiik Russians are t-till pressing the lighting at Plevna, with varying pub cess. The Republican majority in Maitse is now 11,500 quit hirge ei.ona-h ...

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. — 21 September 1877

BOO ITlf S 4 .T V V C 113 fc lsT F ' ' i-1 J W B-i If W V 13 flL L WJ V5 1 1 iLi ' LYON'S Patent Metallic STIFFEXKRS SHUCK & BROWPi 11 vt. 1 :i r v- 1 il $fi'frf2 Jrcn Ssrtixff ever. r!4 :'JbvndElixh in the 1 LJslUr! Stork V Hest AuirtliH'Ut Eccts and Skcss ; fiiL and wjxtkr trade. SEAR: Sold by SHUCK A BltO'.VX. See Thrir KIP BOOTS Efefore You Euy. t ?.'! T .Inn fciif-t. .' .. . Xlil.'JK A- MiOWX. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O., Sept. 20, 1877. Chickens. t.4U f.cr dnz. Ezir-, 12 cent. ' Butter. 12a.U ceiiiF. Hides, preen, i.r7 cents. Hides, dry, 10 otnis. Calf, preen, f'ecnts. Sheep 'Pel: a, 23c57.:. Tailow lit ecrtt. Lard fi cents. Flax fteert, $1 10. llsi-i, i't cent. , 1 , . rfeswax, 2:1 cents. Timothy teed $1 lfll per ''"J Clover Seed b cts per piiunU. . . ., PAtst-- S-l cr. rn-r tm. Iried a:-pia 3a:lct.s per tt. I j FINDLAY, O., Sept. 20, 1877. To-day's Grain Market. FINDLAY, Ohio, Sept. 20, 1877. J Wheat, yew No 1. S J C'oru. shelled, 4'tc o.-it-i, wLite, 2i The above ...

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. — 21 September 1877

TOO LATE , If you Lad come lo me, my friend. Only one year ago, To ask this question I febould not Have answered you with no. That was a time when I knew naught Of letsons lately learned. Of trust betrayed, of hope deferred, Of lore balf won, half spurned. How could I know you only sought To pass an idle hour, I'nmindful how you plucked or dropped Your once admired flower How could I dream your vows were false Since mine were only true? If I am changed at last, I've learned The lesson taught by you. Ard now you come again to me To ask my love, my trust? The flower you spurned a year ago Has perished in the dust )f its iwn hopes- When you r an raie That flower to life again, Then you may hope to teach onr-e more My heart's forgotten pain. And so, farewell! I do not hold For you an unkind thought, Xor yet regret for what has passed. The lesson that you taught Of heedlessness, indifference, (Or call it what you will). My woman's heart so sorely learned. It hecfls the lesson still. ! Ho...

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. — 28 September 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BALSLEY. Issued Every Friday Morning, Terror of riubecription : One Year J 00 Months W Three Months M City and County Directory. rrtval and Departure of Mails at the Findlay Post-Office. BarAaTC-a. Corey Branch CMC m- - AortA, 4:27 p. in. A11T1U. t.re rok C.. C. P- . K A J K . o Ao-t-. j I J a-i m. - Har k, Wp. m. Ml Jm-had.HuurkJ,tand K-rieu Vomer W-u-iday u -atardey nl I :5-. ',Uiaua Ounktrk Toe-day and rtalurd-y. At I p m. . 'M OOaw. H,,wke. Relmore.and U- iMi.l'uwliv mud Friday, at a. m. H.h KtdgeSuintey and a-M-- rlday,at 'tt-V d,rl aye CS-r - Daily at 1 P- COUNTY OFFICERS. Cvmmo ruaM Judo -J sines Pillars. a mtdier - tieorge O. Monlier. Xrrk-f Cuuru -rtco'l W. Preble. Tre-iMurer- Peter Hosier. Itemrder Paul Keinerer. r-r6f j-dye Mainuel B. Huflman. AAertjr-Parlee C. friich. HrueecuUti Attorney -Henry Brown. Owner IJ. F.CIine. .,.n ,uumrj- Ko W. 4oore. John l Bisuopand John iMlgiiigton. !--iry Hrectar ;ionili Byl. K. Wauun J. K. buslion. InArmnrm HaprriH....

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. — 28 September 1877

gindhg gefitrsoninu. Flndlny. Oblo, fcs-pt. 2S. lfe77. A. H. BALSLEY, Editor and Proprietor. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, TfM. II. "WEST, cl Ig For Lieutenant Governor, FERD. VOGELER. of Hamilton. For Supreme Judrre, W. "W. JOIIXSON.of Lawrt ncf. For Treasurer, J. MINOR MILLIKEX. of BuiUt. For Attorney Gf neral, GEO. K. NASH, of Franklin. For Clerk of tlie Supreme Court, DWIGIIT CROWELL.of Ashtatmla. For Scbool Comrrissionrr. JOSEPH F. LUKEXS, ot portage. Foi Member of Board of Public Works, A . W. LUCKEY, of Ottawa. Senatorial Ticket. For Senators, LAFAYETTE T. I.VTLE, of Luras EARL W. MERRY, of Wood Co. County ticket. For Representative, DANIEL FRICK. For Auditor, 31ARTIX L. DETWEILER For Recorder, PAUL KEMEKEH. For Prnaecoting Attorney, J. C. BEITLER. . For C'-ommisioner, JOHN CI S AC. . Fur Infirmary Director, A A. IIICKLE. Only twelve days remain and the election will be over. Are you doing your duty in view of the great inter ests involved? Have you your School Distr...

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. — 28 September 1877

BOOTS AND SHOES LYON'S LYON'S Patent Metallic ST1FFENERS PREVENT Beets and Shoes rrenStirr.igg ever, VeariEg effontie Sifie d Ripping in the am BKOW. 1? sM by MUCK JEFFERSONIAN JOB ROOMS! Every Description of JOB PRINTING Executed with Neatness and Dispatch and on the -M0ST REASONABLE TERMS.' CALL AIMP SEE SPECIMENS 1 SHUCK&BROWN HAVE IMF - Largest Stock k Best Assortment Fob 11 FALL AND WINTER TRADE. -See Their KIP BOOTS Before You Buy. N Main Strerl. SHUCK & BROWN. 1 Local Produce Market. FINDLAY. O., Sept. 27, 1877. sicken. l 40 per doz. K;tf, 13 centa. fiuttcr. I2MJ5 cents. ilide", nn-en, 67 cents Hide, drjr, 10 cents. Culf. srreen. (cent. ! Sheen Pel:, 2-V7.V- Tallow cent. Lard W&teexA. Flax seed, fl 10. It, 1 cents. IScelswax. 25 cent. Timothy Nd 1 01 23 kt Hi. Clover Seed 8 els per pound. Potatoes 83 cts. per bu. !)riel apples Jk&SicU per It). ' I t i i To-day's Grain Market. FINDLAY, Ohio, Sept. 27, 1877. Wheal, New No 1. $1 23 Corn, shelled, 42e Oats, white,...

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. — 28 September 1877

Wit and Humor. AT SARATOGA. On tlie bret-ry piazza, together, We sat when the sun west down, PUcussinp the state of the weather And the latest arrivals from town : Wliile the twilight deepened around u, And the rtars came out, w sat You were eloquent over the weather. Yet what did you care for that The music, you thought, was most rliann injr, An Offenbach sort of an air, And you mentioned as something alarm ing. The 6tylc ot Miss Poynester'e hair. You were really concerned at the shock ing Appearance of someljody'a bat, And dancing, you said, was a nuisance -Pray, what did you care for that I told you, I think, of the races. And the numerous joo1k I had lost : You fpoke of Mis Lcfllngwcll's lace. And guessed at their probable cost, criticised, somewhat seTerely, Old Bilkin's crimson cravat. And you laughed at hia open attention For what did you nrc for that Then growing more pensive you quoted A stanza from Byron, and said You wished you had genius: I voted That beauty was better i...

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