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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 14 December 1877

HB jteERSONIAN 2- H. B ALSUEY; jsuedEYery Friday Morning. , Thidi of Sabacription : iix Month 1 J" Three Months Jw City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mail at the rMi, po-t-otnoa. - - , VBf-.llT.BB. ) '.abbiva--. I M A L. MM. going 'fi. . BouMnffOreem ""I?,..- -V nrdav.at Sam. 6,TuiUT and rrldT. at 7 a. ... MeOomb mndfort V Ouur-Mj at lpm COUNTY OFFICER. Ommm fterno .-ip -Jamas Pillars. Oerkof Umru-tian't W. Preble. 7MrOT Peter Hosier. itoordtr Paul Kemerer. Jabau Jmive -SiAin.el B. HanlA. Arr-ParleeC:.Trlleh. j-, wiiofliiif ;rey-teory Brown. SS-S:- W. oore. Job D Bishop and John ewigington. fttr-tar Oireetors Cam pboll Byal. WiUub, and J. B. Busbong. . lror uperilrifcatnes L ""JX riaod. and Oorilas Marts. TOWMSHIP OFFICERS. 7Ve -Samuel Howard, John Larklas and Joo Cbemberiln. Clerk-Henry H. Loutbaa. freantrar Hugh Newell. Rnrd JaaUoa-U. B. Beardsley and p. A. Bl ra. ContlaUet-Jomi Markle and J. M. Bya-, BOROUGH OFFICERS. Maiai 1MOO Carr. CVrrk John A.. Meek. TVeoJUr...

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 December 1877

m w i JftnO'Sn fJttttrSOmZtt. i Findlnj-. Ohm. !. II. i I, ! ttALM.EV. iMtr -.nd IToprletor. A. M - ; Thk Senate is dot full and the Rs pab.icaus Lave two majority. ' THE Democratic majority in Miesis- sippi in lOO.rOO, and there is no revolt anions the negroes, or voting either. Stanley M4THKWS i afflicted with the Silver Leresr. Oo tbi question be . , . t . Cri iBOt l WW M W n President. THK limrd ol l'uoli'j Vork bnye , oonoladed to ak for a Receiver for the , Po'ic Work, pending the nir with : the l-ste. . .V." ,tZmaH I X A 1 VI'."-' J ' ' the Democracy, has won exemption from proec-jtion. South Carolina, 11 ... . i- : 1? reported, wiil enter a wwf pru-e.jui , iu ettch cn-e. Blasi) threatens to attach the silver . bill t3 he appropriation b'll. in eae'a the Pre.idut vetos i, and then be , .. I will have to eign the bill, or tne gov- ertiiueDt go without money. THK Cleveland Ltftd-r, whose adver tisement appears in another part of this paper, is one cf the best dailies of the Sta...

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 December 1877

RUBBER' BOOTSR LYON'S ST1FFENERS .' PREVENT Boots and Sbes VcsraitfcittfiSiSc and Ripping in the iWLl 1 1 - ' isoid bjr SHU A & BROW. r B' Established 1830. fFor Throat Prescribed Sold Absolutely Pure I "union? I by Physicians.! I every and PALATABLE. I Use no other! I where. aker'sUod Liver mil J.VO. C 11AKEK Jfc CO., Proprietor, Philadelphia, Pa. Aioto Large M OF ALL TUxX BEST MAKES And are Sellin? at Very Low Prices at Shuck & Brown's Local Produce Market. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O. Dec. 13, 1877. Chickens, tta, per 1t. , Eggs, 18 cents. -. Butter. H cents. Hides, green. Scents. Hides, dry, 10 cents. ' Calf, green, cents. Sheep Pelts, 23c&7V. Tallow 6 cents. Lard 8 cents. Flax seed, ft 15 Itags, H cents. Beeswax, 25 cent. Timothy Seed 1 25 per hit Clover Seed 7&7J eta per lt. Oats 25 cents. Potatoes 35 cts. per bu. Dried apples 6cU. per lb Live Hops 3 754 00 per 100. . r ' i ' 1 Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O. Dec. 13, 1877. To-day's Grain Market. FINDLAY...

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 December 1877

A BOHEMIAN'S DESIRES. BY GEORGE Z. EAGLES. I have never asked for riches, "o, I would not give a cent For coffers lined with diamonds. If they drove away content, I would rather have a cixpenre And be happy with my lot, Than the wealth of all the Indias. Where oontent and peace are not. I would rather be a rhymester, Making verses such as theae, Ay, than be a Baron Rothschild With my heartstrings ill at ease: I've no fear of bad investments, I am neither bald nor grey, But I take a deal of comfort In my homely f heerfid way. Ves, I'd rather be a scribbler, riucking healthy, honest fruit, Than the greatest bull in Wall Street, With his stocks and lionds to boot, Lly apartments are not spacious, But I've room enough to sneeze. And can sleep upon the table, Or the door mat, if I please. I've no luxurious carpets I.umb 'ring up my humble floor, Xo Rapliael with his brushes Has bedecked my ceiling o'er; Xeither rare, nor costly bronzes, N'o rich spoil of I'ersian loom, Xo, nor marble scu...

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 December 1877

THE JEFFEBSONIAN Issued Every Friday Morning. I'tnu of Subscription : Out Veer 2 00 six Months 1 00 furre Hue ill 00 City and County Directory. A and Dopanur of Maula at tha w,; Findlay PoJ-Otflce. irKTO. ' " Qmlroa C C. S..:IS. SB. L.M.A4.. MB. going South. 11:16 a. da. m ' aM-zr fort. to p. a. tAXBtVALS. rbrrji Erases C.4L C KB.,S p. n- t. r iii- pot? fr-Ail'lV"" - tiorik, 428 p. m. DCrARTCB. Hur-n.Ponage.Xunatn and BUnaOrotn -raeWy.l bursday and "J."-J- iff it-irA.lI, -- Wednesday na rtardy at 1 p. rfrti-oa. aVUIaassstoaraaaa ZwUir Tnesaay ana Saturday, at ' P- m- . . 'jaktiidoe OUMa. Roanoke, Betmore, and UUr a-rUidv and Frldayt 7 Sraloa Utdge&anley and PendteUm-rriiinJM cfr aye Oenter-DuUj At P m COUNTY OFFICERS. Umm Flea Judge -Jm riuars. A arfUor-tieorge H. Mosber. OUerkef Charts -Scj't W. Preble. Treower- Pater Hosier. 2cordr Paul Kemerer. frotxue Judte -Satnuel B. Ha Oman. sheriff Farlee C. Xrl ten . Proteeutlng Attorney -UearJ Brown. Cbrwr-D. F.Cline. CMipxuWn- Boss 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. — 21 December 1877

inahu gJeffersomnu. Fiodlar, Ohio, Ufc. 21, 1877. A. H. BALSLEY, Editor and Proprietor. Samuel Bowles, of the Springfield, ilaaa., RepuKican,ho wes considered fatallj 511, is reported slowly recover log. THERE is a new cabinet in France, and the crisis, for the present, is pat, but may be as imminent as ever within a week. Gor. McCormick has been appointed Commissioner to the Paris Exposition, and his appointniont has been confirm ed by the Senate. THE Richmond, Virginia, EnU fer. which was established in 1504, sus pended publication recently, having lost $150,000 within the last ten years. The Cleveland HraM bas been doubled in size by its new proprietors. This is enterprise and energy, and if it can sustain itself daring the present, it will reap the advantages as bn.infcus generally revives. P. Dowlixg was re-icstaleJ in the Toledo Postofflce, on the 8th, Reed not baviug been confirmed. Reed s I name having been again sent to the Senate, the "Toledo Postoffice War," goes on as be...

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 December 1877

RUBBER BOOTS LYON'S Patent Metallic STiFFENERS PREVENT Sects and Shoes Iran Snaring ever, ealiifl: eff en tte Sific and Ripping in the tCE liKOWX. V retKtichori iftm For U Absolutely Pure I "dlnnfi by Physicians.! I every and PALATABLE I iKua.e Use no other. I I where. UAKER'S UOD LIVER UIL JXO. V. IIIKEK di CO., I'roprfeiont, Philadelphia, Pa. CM Mote Large iitGCt 7 OF ALL THE BEST; MAKES And' arc Selling at Low Prices at Very Shuck & Brown's Throat Prescribed Sold Local Produce Market. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O. Dec. 13, 1877. Chickens, 4 cts. per lb. Turkeys, 7c per ft. Ducks, fic. Eggs, 18 rents. Butter. 16 cents. Hides, preen, 6 cents Hides, dry, 10 cent. Calf, green, Merits. Hheep Pelts, 23c&7.V. Tailowf.J cent". Lard cents. Flctd, 1 53 It ijs, 1 cents. Ii,:sws.i, 25 cents. Titaothv Seed 1 OO&l 25 per bu. Clover Seed 7ft,7f cts. per lt. Oats 23 cents." Potatoes 3- cts. per bu. Dried apples 5cts. per lb Lire Hojrs 3 7354 03 per 100. : ! ! i Local Produce Mark...

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 December 1877

GIVE HIM A WARM WELCOME. Oh! mother, and aster, and wife, While you grieve oer the ills that you bear, And charge all the woes of your sorrow ful life To him who should lighten your care: Think, is he only to blame, The husband, the brother, the son For the poverty .misery, sorrow or shame That have followed you, one by one? Did you always greet with delight Hia coming from labor to rest Did you welcome him home at noon or at night, Aa you welcomed the stranger gues And when he came home with a sigh, Because there was nothing to do, And enoke of the season of idleness nigh Did his heart receive comfort from you? Did tou meet him with coldness and scorn? Did you answer his plaint with a sneer' Though you knew that his soul was with agony torn At the prospect so gloomy and drear' How sad. when at close of the day The homeward-bound hurriedly flee, To hear the poor desolate loiterer say There's nobody waiting for me? Ok' think of the perils that wait, Always wait in adversity's court, ...

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 December 1877

THE JEFFERSONIAN issued Every Friday Morning. Ter-nus ot Suboriptioii : riix ...outus 1 J Three Months City and County Directory. Arn'mi arviBCtLr of Mails at the " findiay Po-Ofrtce. . a. m P AKBIVAI-. Oa. Rraaea C. . C. P' tft&s a-.rrf Cr-l7 P" m COUXTY OFFICERS. . JT-Pillars. rtf-ueorge s. ""' bl r. auurrr - Peter Hosier. JS-t., Brown. ,;bror - u. V. CI n. . i .... .. . i. jl nirt'lll. Joti K. ca ,.f A.tniier W.A r m-, ertand.aud iortia Marts. TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. ra.-Samoel Howard, Joun L' aoif Joo Chaiuberiin. -Henry II- Lontu"u. Jreaww Hugh Ncwe.l. , niiard j-U. B. SeardHley d . B CWW-J'I Markl and J. M.rJal. BOROUCH OFFICERS. Mayor Jacob Carr. Cters-Jubn A.. Meeicv Trcatrrr5l. O. dour. Jfir.AoU-.Im Wluton. SOCIETIES. , Macule Hall locafd In third .lory ol bage . Bloc. Main Htreel. M so 5. Regular Fii-nLAr C0CMCI1..K. ft e. n Council second MWJ '" moulh. 1, a Jt No. 5. Stated riDI.AT CWrtB, 'Vcvt-ulWloeach Couvocatiou Brut S-QaF r" mootn. w v '27. Stated coin- n n2lneact) mo...

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 December 1877

4inab2 gleffersottian. Finding. Otalt, Jiee. 23. 1S77. . H. BAL-SLEY, Editor and Proprietor. The Iiosaian army is on tlie march for CoortaEtinople. BEAVERS the murderer of Sewell, will be hanged at Madison, loi., on the 15th of February. TCRKKT will fight to the b:tt end if the cannot get peace, which slis has instructed tLe Grand Vizier to procure. Gejt. Mokqas geth about up and down the country eekta? to capture the U. S. Setatorfebip. He ha th farorof "rise up." E5GLAXD will insist on having her eay in the war settlement if any or when any is made. The prospect of peace are not supreme. T.. "jftni'bank: rs, merchants and gee' V loess men of Chicago en dorse the President's and Secretary Sherman's financial policy. The Democracy of Indiana will hold their State Convention at Indianapolis on the 20th of February. They are determined to have a long fight The Postmaster General has ordered an investigation into the operations of the poBtoffices of the larger cities, with a view to as...

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 December 1877

I RUBBER BOOTS LYON'S Patent Metallic STIFFEXERS PEEVENT Beets and Shoes - METBltteaDlfjAiid and Ripping in the ! Moid by MlK k K. OWV. Established 1830. Absolutely Pure n For and 'and PALATABLE diicain.it lAKER'S bOD JXO. JMKKIi A CO, Iroprtetrs I'liUaaeipnia, -u, Anotlier Large stock! OP ALL Till:- i BEST MAKES are Selling at Low Prices at Very Shucli & Brown's Tbroat Prescribed Sold by Physicians. I I every Use no other. 1 I where. Lane IVERUIL Local Produce Market. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY. O. Dec. 27, 1877. Cbiokcn. e- t n. Turkeys, P ' Ducks, 6c. Eifirn, 18 cents. Butter. 18 cents. Hides, preen. 6 cents. Hid, dry, 10 cents. Calf, preen, fents. Blieep Felts, 25c7.o. Tallow 6 cenls. Lard 8J cents. Flax seed, 1 15 I lags, 1 ceuts. Beeswax, 25 cents. Timothy Seed V OOfl 23 per Itu. Clover Seed "(SJi cM. per IV OaU 23 cents. Potatoes 43 cts. per bu. Dried apples Sets, per lb Lire Hogs 3 75(2-4 O0 per 100. ; To-day's Grain Market. FINDLAY Ohio, Dec. 27, 1877. Wheat, New No....

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 December 1877

GIVE ME REST. Efc&ly on moment, unfettered by care. Husfcftf.'if tte temple devoted to prayer, : W4j6-Beaven ia painting the West, Flooding the ekr thro' its portals ojar. Looping th curtain of night with a star '. ' Give me rest. spirit cf power, forever you'll reign, Tyrant, enslaving the heart awl the brain, With ev'ry endetvor oppressed. ck of the lesoons that nature lias taught Weary with burdens of infinite thoujrh'.-- f.ive me rest. GfkDt me a portioa leihcan, a draught Sparklinj? with tranquil repose nevr-r. quaffed ! By morals at pleasure's Mi '.. (live me a peace the world ran not ;rSvr Kesj.i.c from action: Jo r.ct I o Kvo- (.'ive me rest. Oea?clc3 the toil of the spirit diftra'.giu Doirvllc-a the rdrn of invisible thou?';'. Where imagery lingers car--sv-d. Waves of obhvion over me roll, Welcome forgetfu!ne bring to r.iy iOV.l ;ive me rest. GIVE ME REST. Home Farm & Garden. Apples and Pears for Ohio. The Kuril Xew Yorker Las complied the following Hat of apples an...

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 January 1878

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BALSLEY; lisurtiEvary Friday Morning. ,rm of Subevoriptioi: 1.1 tic tear. i 00 .n .t,tU - jjj i.fw; Month THE JEFFERSONIAN City and County Directory. and Doprtur-of M.il trn A-ri.al Find!" Powt-Offic.. .rt. rco. Wednesday a rn ny ' ' t x uesdsy aud "-Hardly. I p n- aMf ya- kfe COUNTY OFFICERS TYcMurer Peter Uusler. Ttor, Brow-. Wali.n and J. K. Busliong. imrllaK Marl. TOWNSHIP OFFICERS TYasfe'S-Aaniael H wru. mud Jo" tneuiberlin. rwt-Heury H. IOUtbaii. Irklut imwre'-J ... :k A. Ball A. Ballard OfaWrt -Jl Markle aud ! M. Bi ai. BOROUGH OFFICERS Jf.iuor lo Carr. fr -J un A. Mek. TVvwMrcr-M. U. M trBkl-Jmu Wllaon. MKicuor iamaA.Bi. ,hn Pt'ker H. D. Hoapt. A. Brown aod F. W. '""'n- Joiim a.id J A Bopa. OnnTjr retor-Chie B. Hall. SOCIETIES Masonic Hall l-ieat- d " uiiraaw.j iRTBffilVwMio Monday eveniu. lu ac m nl.il . it VI No ji7.Htatedoom- n at in eacb moulh. Odd-Ke:iow.' Hall east at """J between ndy mn JS.Latfr moeUs aeooud anJ fourtn Knday evening, ol aoo mont...

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 January 1878

nginaba giffersonixu. F-'X- Oht. Jannary 1TS A. H. BALaLLV, tditor and Prwpritrtor. The Saltan, it is ai3, has asked tbe mediation of England, and England bat acoepted. T- New York Legislature crganiz d ou the 1st last. The Governor mecsage gives the total of tbe State debt a f8,7C7.C63. Wabrks, Ohio, u the ecena ol auite a conflagration on the morning Of the New Year. Lou 5,000 with insurance to cover lose. The subject of removing the Weet ero Reserve College from Hudson to Cleveland ia being agitated, and Hud son Is all "tore op" about it. The English mind is reported to be in a "torn op" condition in eouse. qnence of the refof-al of Russia, to treat with ber for peac with Turkey. Tl'BKET wants peace now about a badly as she wanted war some time ago. And rumor has it that the Sul tan is about to treat directly with the Ctm. Boss TVKE has offered to confess judgment in ail the city suits now pend ing against hiin and tell all he know about the colowal thefts if it will only end bis...

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 January 1878

RUBBER BOOTS PREVENT Bwts and Sbes; rrenSTsr.r.IcgcTer, I Wearin Dff CnttS Sifie ipping in the seams. isolA hj MllCa BKOrTS. Established 1830. fFor Absolutely Pure I tad 1 I - XandR 'and PALATABLE. I -i"".e Use no other. I I where. A (ER S UQD LIVER U L J.0. ' ItlKEK 4c CO., Irepri-lrn, I'liihtdelpliia, Pa. itota larie steek -OF ALL T1JK- BEST MAKES i And are SeHin?? at Very Iw Price at Shuclx & Brown's Throit Prescribed f Sold Lung bv Physicians. I I every Local Produce Market. FINDLAY. O. Dec. 27, 1877. Chicken. 4 rU per H. Turkey. 7&- P" Duclts, Cc. Heirs, 18 cents. Rutter. 16 cent. Hides, preen, 6 cents. Hide, dry, 10 cents. Calf, frreen, Pcenu. Sheep Pells, 25c7.'c. Tallow f, cents. Lard 8-9 cents. Piss seed, fl 15 1 cents. Iireswax, 2-1 cents. Timothy Seed (1 OO&l 23 per 1m. Clover Seed "(,7$ cts. per lt. Oats 25 cents. Potatoes 4'i cts. per bu. Dried apples Sets, per M Live Hogs 3 7.1&4 O0 per lot). To-day's Grain Market. FINDLAY. Ohio. Dec. 27, 1877. Wheat. N...

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 January 1878

TWO LITTLE PAIRS OF BOOTS. Two little pairs of boots, to night, Before the fire are drying: Two little pairs of tired feet In a trundle-bed are lying. The tracks, they left upon the floor, Make me feel much like sighing. Those little boots with copper toes.' They run the livelong day; And oftentimes I almost wish That they were miles away: Bo tired am I to hear eo oft Their heavy tramp at play. They walk about the new plowed fjroiwl Where mud in plenty lice; It is rolled np in marbles round. And baked in little pies: At night upon the nursery floor In every shape it dries: To-day I was disposed to scold; Bat, when I look, to night, At those little boots by the lire, With copper toes eo bright, I think how sad my heart would be, To put them out of eight. For, in a trunk upstairs I've laid Two socks of white and blue; If called to put those boots away, O God: what should I do? I mourn that there are no', to night. Three pairs instead of two. I mourn because I thought how nice My neigh...

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 January 1878

THE JEFFEKSONIAK Issued Every Friday Morning .W-..-. ? Hli 1"UIU"- Three MoothJ. City and County Directory. Arrival mnd Doprt- of Mail a V-s-jnJlay 'fct-Offlo. . ea rTT( , v, i v-'v:- .... AAAlVAiA. riimi frauasAC.a C 5P- - Nor K, 4 Ja f ra. W.K1 ,U?JLekTualB jw-w. COUNTY OFFICERS. IJMHM tl J-V -James PlUar.. A&ilvr eoige Moaner. uVj.i w. prebia. Trtaannr filar Hosier. Xwrder Paul Kemerer. tr MyiTr Jt-ij amuei B. Hull man. rrotxmUfkg Attorney -Henry Brown. SSSJttH B.ehop and John -'n'"- , inltrmr r caru,bll Uyal, . Wal-on BndJ.R.lu.uong. Ark 4umMn-W.T Plait, R.H.B01 riaod. and lawiias Maria. township orricRS. ZV4ea-Ainal Howard. John Larki. and JooCharoberlln. Cfera-Henry H Loiithau. reoarer-Huli Newell. R.iiar JuMceD. B. rd-ey d " ",?., Valuable -J-jal Markle and I. "J"- SOKOUCH OFFICER. Jfoyor Jacob Carr. Orr -J JfjD A.. Meek. Treammr-U . O. oore. JforaAaf Jaraea Wilson, xlettor James A. Hope. k. Omacil-E. r-.imer. P """-"r2" H D. Hoopt. A. Brown and ,F-w-f "mitm-s aoarduf Imp...

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 January 1878

gtnabn Heflersonint. A. M. K 4lLKt. Mitor and Proprietor CI5CI55ATI is to Lave a ne P.-t master, and tbe name thereof is Loge He is a German. The Sprioxtteld Republic has cele brated tbe new year by patting on new dress. The drew U bandeotne and is worn with hw-nruin dignity. TDK C'leVeluuu Leader in at present engaged in fiposii'K tbe Ciiarity H pital hospitality. From present ap pt-arauoe the iurtitotion needs re or ffauizstion badly. . j Thk Hoard of Aldermen of Sew York city have recommenced the die charge of Win. M. Twerd from custody, after securing to the city such proper! an he is still po-w-s-ed of. Thk public aot. (Wfuieut for De ceinber shows a decree i during tue month of 71,C23 15, and a decrea during the last half of the year of f 14. 202 7tJ0 47. W Hill owe 2. 0-15,935,-443 79. j I Tbe E-pabliauitiveruorsof5faine and Massachusetts follow the Deuite cratio Governor of Sew Vork in op posing aoy step backward from rpeci. piymentit,an'l any scheineof inflation. It wooM be...

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 January 1878

1877-1878. Tbo Mnorr on tbe nome treteh, ai the old year oot m fl log" "J .howor of drunks aod UgbU," "Moet ji ;,.ht or year." Tb- abov.. ia the way tbe Tifflj ITeraM of thr 2 be-ade a cola mn or two, bacliia ud New Year'edrunke, ror,wteb airwilu.tt. eottOftt. daueee, e'e. B port from Liui aad other ,!- lo- & "free fur all Usue. lur "polio. " Express Agent at Norwalk Knocked Down and His Office Robbed. 8 P. rowu.tbw errutlortU Lowo k .oekrJ down, mirroted, and tbe pr-e .fBc eife roh4 on Honda' evruiug. imm-dif-lj Hrr tb tlu,f w-et had Irft tture A lit I b fore 8 o'clock Mr Towu loek-d Uwi pre ffl v- a d rtnrrJ lHne fo' upir Will aalkiu al oe la ff. tear of the railroad pIot hop ' er.wa walk o nunt'-r ftrret, be oi two Uu ataiidi' C tb walk, li ntrpped -part v appro icWi. to gie biui room to pa, bu wh.-: dirws'ly b-rweeu tbein one of tb-i. struck biiu a he.Ty W with 1.1m fl opru hi left ee-k. koockw bii. dowu and iu'o the baud of tbe pa on the other ride of tbe walk, wIh ae ted M...

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 January 1878

JOHNNY'S NEXT-DOOR NEIGHBOR. It WMfcCringtheflisitimethstlsiwlMT, Al o for Iier papa ana mamiaa niutcu m Kelt door, just as ekatiiiz wss over, an J marbles ttrout to begin, For the fence in our back yard was broken, and I saw a I peeped tlirough the bint. There were 'Johnny Jump-ups' all around her. and I knew it was spring just by tint. I nTar knew whether she saw me-fr ahe didn't say nolhiDg to rue, IJut Ma! here's a slat in the fence broke, and the boy that is next door can we.' But the next day I climed on our woodshed. as you know, mamma fays I've a right. And shecalls out : 'well, peekin is manners' and I anwored her: '-" : polite , .n "But I wasn t a bit mad, no, p-.ipa, and to pJe Ttbe Tery next da WhTn she ran pJtour fence ia the morn- I happened to get in her way, For you know I'm 'chunked' and clumsy, a she says are all boys of my size, And she nearly upset mc, she did, pa, and laughed till tears came in her eyes. "And then we were friends from that mo ment, for I knew sh...

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