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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 5 October 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BALSLEY. Issued Every Friday Morning. Term of ubcriiUon : One Year J Six Month 1 ' Three Months City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mall at tha Flndlay Poat-Offlcw. wee, Hrmck t. C - - &t t . tcK.ffoi-8 tMilh. 11:15. m. .- fortk.0! J. m. IttlTtK. . wee, Jtrwaea C - C P- . K 4c L. UK. pvi9 J""" 'ii.' - Aor. A. 4 p BU ptPABTltlB. . .. i.rA l'yriagt.M' and 'j,n9'r''" -f uoriv and "'"JJJ"- iff iff saeAa.eW.HPa al ny- wmrr. -eduaday u4 eaiorday. at : . .w .l-.UiaW ,ani Oumktrk. Taenia anil (Saturday. m I p in. . twa-Tuedav and Friday. fcl 7 . , ., tf rate IWSet a4 mdUto-t rldaj .at VrtW. mndPurt-v &ur lily i 1 P " COUNTY OFMCERS. 'baiaw teas -Sarffre PUlara. iidilor - Oeorge ri.Mo.her. yj-rif tnuru -etcet W. fitWe. iVrM-T rtr iioalei. itrrnrdtrVnaA Keraerer. frJttUJtUjt rtaiuael B. Huffman prvrWvtg AUornen -Hear; Brown. ' 'urvmrr ). r.l lio. , u.iwr.- Hum W. -foorr Jolt 1 Bibopanl Joho eAlgingUMi. -.JC.ir,' Hrtetort Cain ,b -ill Byal. vy . ....

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. — 5 October 1877

&indh ijtfltTSomzn. fiimht. oi rh- lTL 1. H. BALM.H . Editor and lTo.ri-loi Republican State Ticket. For Governor, WM. H. WEST, of Ugan For Lieutenant Governor, FERD. VOGELER, of Hamilton. For Supreme Judpe, TV. W. JOIIXSOX.of Lawrence. For Treasurer, J. MINOR MILL1KEX, of Butler. For Attorney Ger.cra., GEO. K. NASH, of Franklin. For Clerk of i lie Supreme Court, DWIGIIT CROWELL.of AditaWa For School Comiriiintr. JOSEPH F. LI KENS, ot Fortape. For Member of Board of PuMic Works A. W. LUCKEY. of Ottawa. Senatorial Ticket. For Senators, LAFAYETTE LYTLE, of Lucas EARL W. MERRY, of Wood Co. County Ticket. For Representative, DANIEL FKICK. For Auditor, MARTIN L. DETWEILER. For Recorder, PAUL KEMERER. For Profcutin3. Attorney, J. C. BEITLER For Commissioner, JOHN CUSAC. For Infirmary Director, A A.HICKLE. Go Early to the Polls. The Mlunettoia Repuiiiicatirj Lave trongly endorsed the President. VOTE THE WHOLE TICKET. Anri make a record that yorj can look upon hereafter without regret. ...

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. — 5 October 1877

BOOTS AND SHOES LYON'S Patent Metallic ST1FFENEKS FEE VENT Beets and Slices TrcnEcrrirgcver, Wearlcg clTontte Side andFipping in the SEAMS. !soI4 by MUCK KKOWX. 1 , 'v, JEFFERSONIAN JOB ROOMS! Every Description of JOB PRINTING and on the UPMOST REASONABLE TERMS.- CALL AND SEE SPECIMENS! SHUCK & BROWN HAVE TUf. - largest Stock k Best AMortmit OK TUB FALL AND WINTER TRADE, See Thir KIP BOOTS Before "You Buy. No. .Jain rMreet. SHUCK Or BROWN. Executed with Neatness and Dispatch Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O., Oct. 4, 1877. Chicken-;. 2 40 per doz. Esrirs, 14 cents. Butter, UC'?,1C cents. Hides, green, 67cent. Hides, dry, 10 cents. " Calf, preen, Scents. Sheep Pel'.s, 2c7.c. ' Taliowo, cents. , Lard cents. F)axec-1, tl I's, U cents. ittrcswax, 21 cents. TinitUv Seed f 1 WKftI 23 -r l.u. Clover Seed k cis per pound. Potatoes "H cts. per Im. Dried apple S&'-iMa per lb. Hoss f 1 M per lO'i To-day's Grain Market. FINDLAY. Ohio, Oct. 4, 1877. Wheat, Sew No 1. $1 IS Corn, shelled, ...

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. — 5 October 1877

TWO LOVERS OUT FOR A WALK. Together we waikc-d in the evening time. Above 09 the fkj" spread poldtn and clear. And he tit hi head and looked in tny eves As if be Leld me of all most ckar. O! it was twl in the evening tint-: And our pathway went thmuh field- .f wheal, Narrow that path and rouyh the way, But he was near and the birds sen true. And the stars dime out in the twilight pjr.y. O! it was sweet in the evening time! Softly he srokeof the days long Softly of the blessed days to be: Close to his arm and closer I prest The cornfield path wa Eden to me. O: it was sweet in the evening time: ;rayer the light grew and grayer still. The rocks flitted home through the pur ple shade. The nightengales sang wh'-re the thon.s stood high. As 1 walked with him through the wood land glade. Ot it was sweet in the evening time: And the latest gleam of daylight died: My hand in hiscnfohleJ lay: We swept the dew from the wheat as we passed, For narrower, narrower wound the way. O! it was sweet 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. — 12 October 1877

A. H. BALSLEY. Issued Every Friday Morning Trm of Subscription : One Year Six M-mus Three Mouths TEE JEFFERSONIAN) City and County Directory. Aiud Departure fl Mails at tha Find iay Post-Office-. FAfcTTHIt. itrA. HR. aaOH Nnuih 11:16 tn. -ru,tui "i'i or audiSaUird.iy.atlp m- a.iore and 'Al Rearms Kjt.SUu'eu and I m-Urtan ' COUNTY OFflCERS. 0,mn. Hfa ,utoe Jn ''"' oadiUr tieorae s. 7'rta.urer r-eler Hol-?r. lUrvfirr Paul Keiueiei. rrurJ t :t iSa-ilu K -ll r Brouli. .mc. lo: V-irvntr n t-'. '!ili .1 - r- " L R alou au i J. K Bus.ionif. .Arm,try Hain-fn-U l-Ja-u L .jhx.mjZn-W. r '". i. B Kg . and o-iriias Marti TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. Ic-Mrrm --sAmuel Howard. l-i" Larkiat- tod Job Oiatnberiiu. Oteri-Henrv H. l.utuau. VeM.rrr-ltii-h Newell 7iun -U. H. K-ard-ley and . A. Ba! ard. OvI'V- J e Markleaud 1. M.liyat. BOaOUCHOFFrCERS. iiyar lacon Carr. Wrrk-i tin 4 aSeeks. rretMitrrr M. I. Soura. tr.Ait-.l-.lu-. Wilson. -V v.aor- James A Boims, Cc(--K rNt'iner rMJarlin. Joiiu Parker. . D. Honpl. A ...

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. — 12 October 1877

Jfindhs $tffttsouiix. r I nd I y . O b I . Ort o br 1 3, 1 77 1. H. BALsLEY. Editor nd PririPtor. Sksatgk David Davie has entirely recovered from Lis recent tevere ill ceES- - THK Indications at present are tbat Kaodall will be elected Speaker of the Rouse, without much opposition. i i The Clerk's roil of tue House, as it now stand-, gives thirteen majority for the Democrats, in that bod. m m m ' Getkrax Haelas. of Louisville, is strongly nrgd by his friends in Ken tucky and Indiana, for the vacant Supreme Judgeship. Some Democratic pars have al ready Daiued McClellan for President in 1830. The work of ditching will commence at once. Gold is gradually comitgdown.and at the present rate of falling, par will be reached In the course of two weeks or so. It was quoted at 102 1-2 In New York, Monday. I5KKKT & HkiskK, brokers, New York, Lave just recovered judgment egaiust Jay Gocld for 2.G61.10. as lofib on 800, 500 gold purchased for him by the former, lie denied that the purchase w...

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. — 12 October 1877

BOOTS AND SHOES LYON'.S Patent Metallic STiFFENERS PREVENT Beets and Shoes rrmEtrrlagerer, Wearily cff en Mfle Ripping in the SEAN. BKOWS. " . aw vlT . ","3 sol4 by KHlt K .fc JEFFERSONIAN JOB ROOMS! F.vry Description of JOB PRINTING Executed with Neatness and Dispatch and on the .M0ST REASONABLE TERMS.- CALL AMD SEE SPECIMENS! SHUCK&BROWN -Birr tki- LarcHst Stork k IW Aw.rlment -fob mi- FALL AM) WINTER TRADK. $& See Thir KIP BOOTS Before You Buy. So J;:;n ?!ret. BHCCK tt- BROWK. Local Produce Market. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O., Oct. 11, 1877. -hit kens, f 2 40 per dor..' Kjr?S M cent. ISutter. Ht&lG cents. ili.l'rs, irreen, 6&7cent. !li:ii;i, lry. 10 cent". "a'f. preen, rVents. Sheep I'elts, 2"e(J7-V. Tallow ) tents. Liiral H,it-t'rt. Flax sa-ccl, $1 10. 1 "ents. B -a -A jtx, 2" fenls. Timolliv Stl $1 WWl 25 er Im. Clover Seed cis per jwiunfl. Total'- Xi rts. per hu. Dried apples :h.''i Pr "' Hnzs s" per ! To-day's Grain Market. FINDLAY, Ohio Oct. 11, 1877. 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. — 12 October 1877

SCHOOL DAYS. Once more by mo'-int and meadow ride, The oierry bells sre ringing: Onre more by vale or river wide The srhool room doors are swinging. Forgo'ten books win pensive loots And elates come forih from cover, For hand in hand to lesson-land Go little 1&S9 and lover. Vacation's hours were full of joy, Vation hours were cheery, Yet days which pleasant tasks employ Are neither dull or dreary. The rhymic beat along the street Of feet that dance in walking, ;ive witness true that three times two la better fun than t;J!;i:ig. What meed of bliss were ours, my friend, If we, like these, were able Our cares and discontents to spend In vanquibhinga table If we could be po light nd free Amid our garnered pleasures. As thoe who swee' the tale repeat ( )f runic weight? and measure?. All! children dear, our later days Have brought us wise at.nriintii: We see in all our sunny ways The Father's kind appointment. Your morning Ml is ours as well We go to if hool to Duty, Whose brow hcv-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. — 19 October 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BALSLEY. Issued Every Friday Morning. Term ol Subacription : One Year 2 GO Six Month' 1 00 Three Months 50 City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mail at the Find lay Post-Office. BarAKTCas.. Carry Branch C6 C 8., H5 a. m. L. A fc . poin? hnulh, IllSam. AortA,4aT p. m. 'mivii. Jr Jtraac C . C. ., 5Wi p. ra . K & L. Rk. ff'iing tvttah. Il.li a. m. ' Tiorih, 42s p m. DKPABTUkE. .'.a ttre,tmage.it airn and ButrtingUreen -f al . i uur lay and Saturday, at Sam. Ut Bl trhi -l H'lurtilnmn and Eiein g't (trner WduejHy mud Saturday, at 1 (.m. 4r9 . UHUtanriuva and Ounktrk Tuesday .. . .. i .. r.t .1 I m Ink Kvige tJUama. huai-tke. Belmore, and (Jit- -'l uesdav and Friday, ai 7 a. m. I Hrnl'Mi H.ulvJi'w'rii and ftadietoa-Friday.at JieOumb aiuiHtrtoge Onfc-r-ixily at Ip.ni COUNTY OFFICERS. Vummvm kWJ JuUue Juno Fl.lars fdUor-Uorc rt. lot!er. 'terkuf ijuu.ru -So .H W. Preble. Treusr Peter Hosier. rwi"--l'ul Ketuerer. TC lr Julve riaiou-' B. Ilntliiiau. S....

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. — 19 October 1877

Flndla j. Obi. October 19. 1 77 A. H. BALM.EV. Editor and IToprletor, The oew minister to Eugland, it said, will be Ex Secretary Bristow. is The case against the Louisiana Re turning Board is to be abandoned. Over a thousand students are in at tendance at the Yale College this year. It is estimated that the European war has already cost the Russians and Turks about GO.000 men each. It is generally believed that Gen. Harlan will be appointed to the vacant eeat on the Supreme Bench. The Democracy of Cuyahoga county secured one Representative and e.2c ted the Prosecuting Attorney. Uxited Statks Misister, Pierre pont, has tendered his resignation to take effect on the first of December. Hestby Ward Bekchek received ten votes at the Democratic caucus for Chaplain of the House of Representa tives. Hos George Swexy, aged 83 years, died at Butyrus on the 10th. He was a member of the 2Cth and 27th Con gresses. ' The Democratic victory in Ohio has bad a tendency to lower the value of Greenbac...

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. — 19 October 1877

BOOTS AND SHOES LYON'S Patent Metallic STIFFEXERS PREVENT Beets and Slices Fren Enuring ever, 1 !;S3eoffontlieSiiIe I yStMi Ripping in the Sold by SHUCK BROWX. SHUCK & BROWN -r.AVK TIIE- Larjrost Stock A. Uest Assortment FALL AXD WINTER TRADE teg-See Their KIP BOOTS Before You Buy. Jio. 67 Main Street. SHUCK d- BROWN. JEFFERSONIAN JOB ROOMS! Every Description of JOB PRINTING Executed with Neatness and Dispatch and on the b,M0ST REASONABLE TERMS.- CALL AND SEE SPECIMENS ! Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O., Oct, 18, 1877. Chicken, $3 40 per doz. Eggs, 14 cents. Butter, 1416 cents. Hides, preen, 67 cents. Hides, dry, 10 cents. Calf, green, Scents. Sheep Pelts, 25c73c Tallow 6J cents. Lid-dOo-nts. Flax seed, $1 10. Ilas, 1 cents. Beeswax, 23 cents. Tiinoihr" Seed $1 001 25 per bu. Clover Seed 8 cts per pound. Potatoes 33 cts. per bu. Dried apples 3:tycts per lb. Ilojrs $4 85 per 100- To-day's Grain Market. FINDLAY, Ohio, Oct. 18, 1877. Wheat, New No. 1. $1 20 Corn, shelled, 403 Oats...

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. — 19 October 1877

DARE TO DO RIGHT! A TEMPERANCE SONG FOR REFORMED MEN. BY W. MUNGEN. jliV: 2A 2ar fipangUd fanner We dare to do right! VTe af-k folks, quite plain, To join with us now, while for Temper ance we're fighting. We dare to do right: We're breaking tie chain Intemperance had round us; our fondest hopes blighting. Oh dare to do right! Drive liquor away! Oh, trurt in Ilis might! We'll sure train the day! CHORUS. Then dare to do right, boys! Strike hard at the foe! Let us work with our might! Lay Intem perance low! We dare to do right! Tis our motto, that's sure! Intemperance we're fighting that f-urse of our nation! We dare to do do right! And our cause is most pure! Well make this, our land, the bright spot of creation! With Temperance triumphant, how virtue would smile, And pleasure and innocence rule all the while! Cho. Then dare to do right! Join the Temper ance band! Cast your lot with us now! Daive away the Temptation! i"uh sober men only to dwell in our land; And drunkenness ended wha...

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. — 26 October 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BAXSLEY. Issued Every Friday Morning -Jrm oi Ascription: ii Months I CO Three Months City and County Directory. Arrival arxl Departure of Mail at the Find lay Poet-Office. DtrinTV". -akrivaj.. . Car Crone C. at. tr?? J"' J f U RR. going South. I t:ia A- tn. -r 14 . t huraday and l?t"rd3r'Vv!t2 V Ml Mcfca. .t UoutMum and Emimg Vomer. Wednesday aud t-urdy. i I .?: . Wri. o. HVjiat d Z' Tueadaj ad Saturday, at I p. m. fOt OtlUKXI. toxin'. (KW-iue-lav and rrtrt'T.at . 6Vtoe H.vig'J.i " Pendleton- rlay.at tfctt-S, andPvrtvB' Onvrr-i-ly l 1 " COUNTY OFFICERS Uummrm tfeai Judge -Jama. Pillar jiwlilw-Oeorge H- MoMier. tyricof Cm -c l W. Preble. Treasurer - Peter Hosier. Recorder Puul Kemerer. fruttale Judge tSarau-l B. Huffman. .SAertf'-l'arlee C. i'lUcb. frow,ung Awx-ney -Hnij Brown. LMwiimm- Ham W. .toore. JoliU Hikbouand John fctfglogtou. ,irir'Hreeor-;iuU Byel. Watson, and J. K. Bushong. Infirmary Huperintrjtd'nlJ ju e L o ry .JAxam.irrs-W. T Piatt, K. R. Bulb eri...

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. — 26 October 1877

$ndte gjeffersomzu. FlndlaT.Ohlo. October 80, 177 A. U. BALSLEY. Editor and Proprfr tor. Thk Home Savings Bank, at Elain, I1L, baa "busted." So they g- Bishop's majority does not ?, m disposed to get down below 22,700. New York mkrchasts are reported as enjoying an excellent trade this pea eon, and quite a large amount of the goods eold, go Into the Southern mark ets. Hos. Peter Odixs, one of the old est practicing attorneys of the State, died on the 19th. He had been a Rep resentative in the Legislature e-ad al;o a State Senator. The Eus6ians captured eighteen thousand prisoners and 40 cannon at Aladja Dagh. This is a heavy blow to the Turkish army especiaMy to Ghahi Mouktar. Hell hardly gas I any more. The battle of the Kara proved the great reverse for the Turke.in the fight last week. Their losses are ft down at 16,000 men end 2,000 horses. Muk tar Pasha retired to the citadel of Kara to mature plans for revenge. THE English papers are beginning to complain that American manuiac...

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. — 26 October 1877

BOOTS AND SHOES LYON'S Patent Metallic STIFFESEBS PREVENT Boots and Shoes 7ren Suiting ever, Vearins cffcslliB Side Ripping in the SHIS.' 1SROWX. 1 'V -V, Sold by SHUCK & JEFFERSONIAN JOB ROOMS Every Description of JOB PEINTDia and on the t30ST CAIaX. aiud SEE SPECIMENS ! SHUCK & BROWN HAVE IH1 Largest Stock & Beat Assortment -IUK till- FALL AND WINTER TRADE. ft8ee Their KIP BOOTS Before You Buy. No. 67 laii S:rtt. SHUCK & BROWN. Executed with Neatness and Dispatch SEASONABLE TERMS.- Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O. Oct. 25. 1877. Chickens, $2.40 per dot Eggs, 15 cent. Butter, H18 cents. Hides, preen, 67 cents. Hide, dry, 10 cents. Calf, green, Scents. Sheep Felts, 25c75c Tallow , cents. Lard 8(&9 cents. Flax seed, f 1 10. lUtr, 1J cents. Beeswax, 25 cents. Timothy Seed f 1 O0l 25 per bu. Clover Bced 7i els per pound. Potatoes 35 cts. per bu . Dried apples 'M&icls per lb. Hogs 4 85 per 100. Co-day's Grain Market. FINDLAY, Ohio Oct. 18, 1877. Wheat. New No.l....

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. — 26 October 1877

AUTUMN. By the laggard sun I greet, By the criepen leaves eo fleet, Hither, thither 'neath my feet, Whirling, whirling. ' By the purpling of yon hill, By the swelling of the rill, Glidisf on to Tillage mill, - Purling, purling. By the Jay's metallic note, By the spider-webs that float From the tree-tops to the moat, Shining, shining. By the dimjmvsterioua haze, By the forest ail ablaze, Crimson leaves with golden rays Entwining. By the soughing of the air, Note of joy or moan of care, Fairy laugh or spirit prayer Interweaving All are now the waning power Of the sunny summer hour Over tree and shrub and flower Terceiving. Nature, prodigal of treasure, O'er the vintage ground of pleasure. Pours her harvest without measure, In golden light. The fulfillment, O how grand! But, as falls into the hand Luscious fruit with autumn brand, Burning, bright, Memories of the days gone by Will awake a bitter sigh, And we turn a tearful eye At that calL In our heart's sad retrogression Bursts npon t...

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

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BA.LSLEY. Issued Every Friday Morning. Orina of Subscription : me Year $2 00 S Month Three Months -W City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mails at the Flndlay Post-Office. Cttrm Brawk C 6 C. AS..S-.IS - m. L..4l.JtJi. going th lyS -n. m Worth. i-Z- p. ro. 4UIT1MI. cy Kruwn C . C " f. t iKlc. going ' i'V- BKPABTl'ag. -fares. f.r.affe,JusFemiad B'''rh'L?'fn' -f;Jy. uurwUy mud 7' ?"-'Vv'S lUutchasd Uuucklown and hwi-U ' Virner Wedudy mud w,nrd-v"1i,!,i. T.',edmv .ruc. It'if ianl' ad Dunkirk Tuesday aud Ms.turd.ty, al 1 p in. . ... Oak Hulat Ottawa Kuvke, Hrlmnre. and (..-6-Tuelav and Friday, al 7 a. . Bratoa RUtpeJtem!' ant f-mdlt-ju-lr ri.Uy.ml V W t agr Ontrr-Daily ml I P m COUNTY OFFICERS. Cuaubm lluu .fudjrr -Jainea Pillars ..sviitor Oeorge . M'edier. ,WW C -He i' I W. Preble. f.vuui-rr Peier Hosier. NannMr-l'iiul Keuierer. t-rA He jvtje Hainue' l. Huflmmu. NArrT-Parlee.:. in cu. Ve-tV A Unrru-y -Heo B " jeer i. r;nt. . -.--...- Kim W. .-e iii ...

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

Find lay. Ohio, ov. 2, 177 A. II. KALSLEV. Editor and lYoprietor. Gov. Tildes Las returned from Lit trip to Europe much iiuproved iu health. Edicts W. Stocgiitos has been nominated for the Russian Mission, by the President. Thk Rase an lostes np to the 18ih Inst, are t down at 0.000. by their own adniiffiions. IT IS reported that the French Cab inet has abandoned the idea of remitt ance and will goon retire. The Rpublicace are engaged in a vigorous campaign in New Jersey, with every indication of success. Geseral Bedford Fokrkst, the noted rebel general, died Monday night, at Lis Lome in Memphis. Enwur Adam.s, the great tragedian, died Sunday morning in Philadelphia, after a lingering and painful illness. Coi'GRESS may adjourn this week; at least it is estimated that the Demo crats aa well as President Hayes, favor the idea. The reported quarrel of Secretary Sherman with the President, and Sher man's resignation in consequence, wes only a report. It ah is cannonading Congress for ad...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 2 November 1877

BOOTS ANO SHOES LYON'S j Patent Metallic ST1FFEXEBS 1 PEE7E1TT Eccts and Slices i From Etmdi ever, Vearing off on tlie Sifle ' ; and Ripping in the ! SEAMS. Sold by Mill BKOWX. 1 I JEFFERSONIAN JOB ROOMS! Every Description of JOB PRINTING Eiecnted with Neatness and Dispatch and on the waM0ST REASONABLE TERMS.ii C A Li Li AND SEE SPECIMENS! SHUCK & BROWN HAVE TiIK- Larcest Stock A Best AwirtriHut -rod hie FALL AND WINTER TRADE. -See Their KIP BOOTS Before You Buy. No. C7 Main Street. SHUCK & BROWN. I ' Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O, Nov. 1, 1877. Chicken . $ 2 40 per doz. F.girs, 15 cents. Butter. 14313 cents. Hides, preen, 67 cents. Hides, dry, 10 cents. Calf, preen, geents. Sheep Pelts, 2-'ic(7"c. Tallow CT ceut. Lard H! cents. Flax MreI, f 110. Ilas, 1 J cents. Beeswax, 23 cents. Timothy Seed f 1 001 25 per bit. (.'lover Seed " cis per pound. Potatoes 35 cts. per bu. Dried apples IStfCts per lb. Hops $4 85 per 100. ! I j To-day's Grain Market. FINDLAY, Ohio. Nov. 1, 187...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 2 November 1877

THE BLOWN ROSE. BY CATHERINE FILER. Under the blooming loc'jfct lxjugh". Fair in Ibe shadows cool and dim, She stands like a fain-, 15ghtlypoi.se Thinking sweet thoughts of him. The zephyrs Llow the vetches growing. The sweet-alyssum' odor rioe la fragrant waves, around her Sowing, And in her heart is Paradi.-e. The beat of her heart is musical, Her life is a poem set t sor,;r; Flowers of hope, and fai'h. and j,y. Blossom her path along. And there in the way of her feet to-higlit Life's roe of love is newly blooming. Opening to the crimson r ore, AVhcre tut- golden honeydrop is glowing. Ah, sweet is the bliss of meeting hearts, The love unu'.tered, but still known. The thrill of the youthful hands that cla-p Together the rose, full blown : When knowledge pure o'er virgin souls Sweeps.Kkea strain down swept of w ings Celestial, when seraphic hands Strike rapturoun love from golden strings. I'ndcr the odor-f ruiguttd boughs. In daisied ways she lightly stand, Thinking of him, the wbjl...

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