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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 18 January 1878

THE JEFFERSONIAN -I . 1 " issued Every Friday Morning. Trm of raracripttont Jn Year Six Month... Thr Month. ..2 00 .. 1 0 .. 3 City and County Directory. Arrive and D.p4Ut.tw f"11 th warsaTa. 4MH41. t going ftmtk. U -.li - " ' t j.SV ruuwaiy aud H-uurday.ai.m tS t p c--rwi, at 1 P- m COUNTY OFFICERS. , tea Judge -jum niw. iMrt.nl CW" ,w- er"' Trrrer Peter illr. erfc-r Psal fctemerrr. ZZ77.dr Samuel B. HufJman. rir-Pariee C. Tiltch. JSESUmo xoorsew-Keury Brown. W. -oore. Job 1 er land, suet oortuw Slarlx. TOWW8HIPOFFICR8. rrMlw-Hawl Howard, John Lai kins --and JooChaiuberltn. r.fera-Henry H. Loutban. Marki. and . "' BOROUGH OFFICERS. Mayor jaooo Carr. CUrA-Jobo A. Meeka. rVMMrar-tf. D.tonra. MortKol Jamc Wlimu. Moueuor Jamoa A.. Bope, ZXZL-l ha.mer. Carllu. Jhu . H. U. tf oopt. A. BmwDand . rirmlo jooaaaad.A. Bopft. CVaKtr Director Charlaa B. Hall. SOCIETIES. Xaonle Hall toeaUd In Ihlrdatory ol Ua4fe'. Couooll Howd Monday vnluc In racb r-I"!a CKATtn. K. A.. M . Nil. 8tJd CoaooaUun nn...

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 January 1878

Findlsy. Obi, Jan. 18. 1878 1. il. BALSLEY, Editor and Proprietor. The Kentucky legislature is ballot ting for a United States Senator. ITS Brother Bishop's opportanity now to say something and ho ay it. ar r Hos. Chaklks Foster will accept onr thanks for copi of the "CoojrrrB tional Record." Wb are indebted to Hon. I). Joy fur an early eopy of the Governor's Inang oral, and for other public document. JoHS G. Dkshlkb,d old and prom inent citizen of Co'niuOud dropped dead in front of hi residence on Tnes day night from apopieiy. A bill was introduced in the Ohio House, on Monday, to repeal all the sections of the sshool law discriminate against colored children. Ewdhj is in favor of cutting olf the East entirely from the councils of te nation. Is this a new departure in the Democratic doctrine of secession. OS Wednesday afternoon, the 9tb inst. King Victor Emanuel, of Italy, died- He is succeeded by Prinae Hum bert, who was at once proclaimed King of Italy. THE Republican Senatorial ...

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 January 1878

lVr dnplirate tb Frk" of rejo j-kMN la the Urgwrt rlti, Jol Work. GlTeuftCalL HERE AND ELSEWHERE-WISE AND OTHERWISE. HERE. Winter began again on Tuesday last The "holiness" meetings are being held in private bouses now. A bog number of sheep have been klHeiJ in Jackioa tf ihlp recentl. k doiiiiwieyin:;; ; r.ji: , u - tTMi&rttomtm tnuid sold about one hundred aud sixty tickets for their eTcurtJOflftfp&iBbfif, Sua.ly bight Sunday waiTooe of the stormiest day of the season, in consequence of which the churches were not tilled to overflow ing. Prosecntinr Attorney Brown has been in Benton, this week, looking up matters in connection with the Kn.ip-Nott trag edy. Don't weary in well doing. Delin quents can interpret this to mean "fol low the example vjf those who hare ttid trp.1'1 v.-l.-" '' " If a "epelP' of cold weather would set in, many peopls thw vicinity would be supremely happy. ;ive us some MJOW. Somebody feloniously abstracted a vial from Ir Galloway s office, the other ...

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 January 1878

LIVE AND WORK. Why live, bcn lile is sad. Death only sweet? Why ight, vhen rloeet fight ' . Ends in df feai? Why pray, nhen purmt t.ravtr Dark'thonjthta assail" Why strive, and strive again, Only to fail? Why hope, when life has proven Our best hopes Tain? Why love when love i fraught With omnch rain? . Why Dot cool heart and brain In the deep 'Rave? -Why not l:e down and re: In the rill grave? Live There- are many round Needing tliy care, l'ray There is one at hand Helping thy prayer. Fiht Cr the love of ('! ' Xot for renown, Strive but in His great strength Not in thy own. Hope there is heaven's joy Laid up for tliee. Love for true love outlives Its agony. Fight, pray, and wrestle on, Loving God beet; Then, when thy work i done. Lie down and rest. j ' 1 I j I j ; j ! 1 j j Deferred Articles THE ADMINISTRATION. THE ADMINISTRATION. The Chicago Times Article-A Talk With Hon. Charles Foster. In another column we give a special to the Chicago Time, in which the President's conversation...

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 January 1878

THE JEFFERSONIAN EL. :?.LSLEY; t T C1 An tt KAnvninrr issueaiivery xiiuay uwiuh1 Trroi ol SaTopcription : .neYear t2C0 Six Months 1 VJ Three Month.- " City and County Directory. Arrival nd Departure of Mails at the Find lay PoM-Office. lrliTCk. E. . - M,, ARHV4I. . v fc. g nng nlh. 1 1 :1 a. . .W. a, 4.2s p. m. - raed r . uorsaay si.u v"!: , COUHTY OFFICERS. 1 ttmmox Plea JuOo -itam Pillars. udUor - ireo-n s. Mosher. lreriLru -sc. I W. Fieble. Trauurvr Peter Hosier. ortirr-Paal Kemerer. YcJff m'! B. Iluflman-.Saertr-Priee C. '"'ch ProtecuUng Attorney -Henry Brown. "Jl'.S W. ...re. Job Bishop and John cdglugtop. flmrjf Hreet'jrM -C.u ,b ,11 BaI. 14 Watson aul J. K. Bushonr. enaud. and nomas Martc j , ! TOWNSHIP OFFICRS. r.-asfBW-.Hauiuel Hiward, J ' iod Job Charaberllu. Tcr-Hei:ry H. Loutbao. Treo.urer-Hagb Newell ui-rd .-atiort-D. B. BoardMey and . A. Ba. ard. CviutaUct -J ml Markle and J. M. Bal. SOROUCH OFFICERS. Uiyur Jaouo Carr. C(r-J Jhn A. Meek. Treat urer M. D. Hours. JTrraAt...

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 January 1878

Find lay. Oblm Jan. 25. 1S78 1. H. BALM.tV, Editor And Proprietor. James B. Grooms Las been chosen U. S. Senator from Maryland, vine Dennia. Mhs. Oliter la Mirpri-ed to thlufc any one would believe tbat h baa compromised with 8iuKMJ Cameron. THX old line Democracy have been defeated at Memphis, Tenn., and an Independent elected. Tbe colored vote was divided. Adriajople Las bca evacuated, and the Grand Duke and tbe auabfiesa- dors have assembled tii-re to cousolt about making peace. The work of getting control of tbe public institutions proceeds s-lowlj-.acd the anxious expectant are growing nervous over the delay. The argument iu tbe income tax suits of the goveriiiuer.it against Tilden began oa Saturday. The Court sus tained a demurrer of Tilden to the flirt count. THE Pref-ident is expected to lecctn inend the elc ction of postmasters of tbe smallcrtowns and cities by tbe people. Such a course his proven quite accept able where tried. . THERE ain't so much as a corI car rier or a ...

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 January 1878

omnn. 85. IH7S. We duplicate tbr price f resj Grille bouses I the Unrest cities n Job Work. GIt b a Cll. HERE ELSEWHERE-WISE AND OTHERWISE. HERE. The melodious screech of the locomo j live was heard Sunday, The sidewalks have been in a horrible condition the past reek. Un, David Joy and family rturtd from C !uttibuljtrt iaiurJay. ' The murder trial i the absorbing topic uf eonranviui uw week. White skirts are at a disconnt now.i and mod colored ova have taken their place, A no her awning hx been taken down i Mam st at.d nil 11 the good work. on Koeson. A dance was to have been given Jt the tiiera Houne, Friday evening. was io-tfKned. The unrest drun. iirf'tntenes and toilet ariicleialw8fouBd al Fitzpa rick .t Spencers at lot est prices. Service were no very well attended at the various churches. Sunday, on ac count of the disagreeable weather. Mondav was very foggy a;.d jeople generally felt acpressed. It reminded us of the time we were in London E S Kirnber has returned from b:s we...

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 January 1878

BAKED BEANS. Oh! how my heart siglis for my own na r.' Ure land, Where potatoes, Mid equaekes, and cu ' 1 combers grow; Where cheer and good welcome are always at hand. And custard and pumpkin pies smoke In a row; Where pudding the via of hunger e renea, And what ii far dearer, the pot of baked beans. Let Maryland boast of licr aainiir-s profuse, Her large watermelons and cantaloups fine, Her turtleuid oysters ,aud terrapin hleas. And soft crabs, high zested with trnb and wine; Ah! neither my hnrt frm niy native land weans When smoke on the taMe the pot of baked beans. The pot of baked bean, with wht l.lf-- nrelsawit, Well seasoned, well porked, by some' rosy -faced dame; And when from the glowing hoi ov-n she'd draw it, Well crisped and w ell browned to the table it came Oh! give me my country, the land of my teens, Of the dark Indian pudding and pot of I ' baked beaoi. j The pot of baked beans ! Ah : the muse is too frail, Its taste to descant on, its virtues to tell, Hut look at ...

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 February 1878

THE JEFFERSONIAN iasaedEveiy Friday Morning. rVrmai ot BabfCl-ipt-ion I i far Year ix Months 1 Three M-jnti.1 y" City and County Directory. Arrival ni Departure of Mail, at th. Findiay Post-Office. , - . in ,juu il:la m. .7 Avr'i. ! m. AlVAW. and -viturd-y, t I p m. aKtl aa-hn-fafxltr a-.d r,Jl!.J?"rldJt V andP-rt age Of" Dally at 1 p. to COUMTY OFFICERS. ' aauV Juit Pillars. afltttr olosiier. f- -'- --" I - r-reute. jvr --r feler Hosier. tvWJ--J t4ma-: B. Hufliuu. ,nerHr-erleeC. liiich. -"O-K A'irm0 -rloury Brown. , ...-r. KosA "A. oo J .ti I' ti.uf u John r.drfinsl-'a. -. .. - . We.,,- -Jaiu jO -;1 rtl, K. M. lllrMv 4sr.aeradj:-J aiues L ""-r fnry (-J fcJ.TWIT-W. I I 'n't, K.K Malta eriaud.aud i ajriias - are. TOWNSHIP OFFICERS s. Lark I a -.-.evrj-SUmaet Howard. Jnlii and Joo Cnamuerlia. C-Wi-Henry H Louthau. OfMtob! -J.sl Markle aud I. M. B m!. aaaojcH OFFICERS. 1iyor I aeol Oerr f '..-, A- J mu A .asests. r-a- . o. -hi. Vuco J ames A.. Bop". . . . VwU-K r-aitner. rVOarlw. Jnhu ...

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 February 1878

gffwflfrg gtffnsoman. ytB4Iaj. Obia. F-b. 1, 178. A. H. B1LKLC1 , fcflitor and Proprietor. THK text of Blaine's Silver Bill will t foood la anothei column. It will tw found of more sensible and pracf ica tie worth tbao Btaorra. ' THE Portlttud Oitjuuian says tUl Terr Republican paper in Oregon bo one opposes tbe Bland Silrer bill, nn-i .very Democratic paper in th- S'ate eopportolt Dkmockatic ecououay h .s o f tr d ii bled the Peufriou office tbat it is no fifteeu Daontbe b. bind in its b'-n-w Yet Democracy talks of further refine tlons and gta'r efficiency. Thk TKIAL ol Cubs E. Dituu.itt and Jerome SiiucbB-ld for tU robbery ol the Clermont County Treasury, vet commenced at Batavia on the 23rd. The trial Is expect d to last wveral OSB day it is war aud ibe nrxt d peace iu England, and all because b doesn't know "what to do Uut it. Thursday toe br.gui-u n-m w, d to Gilllpoli aud Friday the oid-r was coun'emi"1"'' FllKDKKiCK U aitAKT. tiie jr-i... Sire of tbe Grai.d Lodge of OJdFvl lo...

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 February 1878

She jMrrsmrian. Fladlay. Otals. Feb. 1. 1W8 We duplicate the price of responsible honte la the Urml cities a Job Work. Give a Call. HERE AND ELSE WHERE-WISE AND OTHERWISE. HERE. ( ( r 8 I New Map'e Sugar at I-em MeMannees'. Miss Mary IJeck, of Lancaster, Ohio, is visiting at O W Myers . John S iilings, E-o, cf Kenton, is in torn this week attending Court. Qiarlie Bigelow awl Dick Shaler were in Upper Srttidosky Uw Sunday. .Tame Povenmire, of St Mary, wax in o .r citv Vat week, on a flying visit Paul Kemrer has made application for Notary Public for Hancock county. Saturday wilt be ground hog day, when "coming events cx-t "heir shadows before." Hons David Joy and Henry Ghee's ?pent last Sunday at home, amoni? their constituents. The Knapn-Xot. trial Ive coat the county oyer $3000 a nie lit'Ie bill for the tax pavers to txL A telephone his been put up between Zay's gallery and Dr OdlowayV office, and works stiecewf illy. Mr and Mr DC Tunnel! gave a very pleasant reception to their man...

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 February 1878

(Continued from First Page.) p errf iu wliete every one b suspicion wfyoof A mn who on the wifne stu.d wr-uld 1H thing plaioW unnxur bitu If. 7 uot believe Lisoiujpl story when it is corroborated by tt O tor vitoettt-f? Do-s the story L tells aem (o b croUhle fetort r Ortah.? it do. He dicplayed ino eoonge on tbU occaioii than T-r wi. diJ on the battle field, to let tbi fim oouje op within four inches ot hit piece. I it probtbe that an? MOTeiWiou to k place, Wait. Dr. 2fott. bold on." Bp. ron heard sou.. onTereatioo between th-ni, but could not tell what was epok.i. I think 2?ott waa eutumoned home by a hih aatbority. I have the ntiuon' co fi denea that tbia verdict will e iiKl' When your verdict poes oat it p oat tbat defendant did rfclX It -qnestion whether thin m" could havi dose otherwise. I thit.k he could not. Adjourned till 12 P- M. MR. HENRY BROWN. Perhaps the most painful act of niy life 1 am now about to preform. This case, like all others, has two Bides, the prosecution a...

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 February 1878

THE JEFFERSONIAN issued Every Friday Morning i of Stsrixtton : 'clear f x Month 1 V" Three Months City and County Directory. Arrival Oopatar of Mail at th. Findiay Powt-Offloe. t,. Ant.-. .- L.JC.. rv, bntl C.a c-. KB." P- . U;li a. m- .'or a. 4 J P. m. DKPABfCKB. ... ... ri iu..ani aad Kmg Owner r WW""""""- Sc&Z a""- Osier-Lily P - COU1TY OFFICERS. ,-WUxs -- w- ". Kxeurtlf nl Kemerer. rrfTu' ViKive nurnuei 8. Ilaflm". Hkertff tr! CI. i i lich. Han W. oorr. Job U eriand. d1 irliM Marts. TOWNSHIP OFFICRS. udJoo c'nmttrlin. Treairer-tlalfwa. . , OOMtaMc-Jual M.rll. Mia j. , M. ByaL OKOUCH OFFICERS. Mayor jaoob Cur. CWi -Jthn A.. MMk. mawnr-M. O. ioro. Monhol Jm Wiuton. OowKtf K Mmt f.CrllQ. John rwer. M Ii UnflM A.flmWBUOr. riiw- Hoar Zf Improvrmrnutoreob I'arr, Joae mad i . A. Bp. CVMffcry Director Chrle B Hall. K. P. SOCIETIES. Mawuie Hall locaul to third ilory ol Uaga'a Block, Main Hlrwet. , , KiBDi-aT Wocii..rt. 4 H. M.. No. SO.Begular Oouneil aoooud Muuday eveulu. In each riD...

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 February 1878

Findiay, Ohio, Th. H. l7fr- A. H. BALSLEY, Editor and Proprietor. EX-GOFBHMiR WELLS, tf LouiriaLR, baa accepted the situation and surren dered, and rill stand trial. Tiri Wtwellng & Lake Erie KaHro 1 will bo offered SbcrifT sale at Can toD.cn tie 22 1 of February. THE public debf fctAtelufcLi-IfX Jau nary ehowg the frratifyiui? fact thattb'; debt ba ben reduced 1.CC3. 07 dnr- the month. Thb SttS Central Comuitree Lave Lad a. consultation in regard to the time ol holding the Sta Conventiou. Bat the matter is yet undetenuiced. Uos. h. F. Wajuk, has bteu quite ill, and iora- tuua w hardly eipected to resover, but we are giad to lioto that ha ia now reported "out of danger. Ax altstnptis bekigfii&dti to reorgan ize tb Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, ja order to get rid of eerersj incoiupete&t or eorropt jadfrr Webb, the negro arraigned at Shins field, on a charge of murdering Mr. Phinney, was convicted of murder in the first degree, oa Saturday night laat. - . TEE...

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 February 1878

Findlay, Oh!. Feb. 8, 187S- We duplicate the prices or respoua.ble koases in the largest rifles on Job Work. GiYetn-aCalL HERE AND ELSEWHERE—WISE AND OTHERWISE. HERE. J J rerrall, Esq, of liliiffwn, v.ai, in town on Monday Ut-t. Who objec B to the 'Beautiful now," now eend it right along. Every married woman drinks the le acquainted vtvh A wan who would sit right up by the store find let the fire die out - - Winter is getting in its work, this week, with i commendable zeal Ever since the big snow it has attended strict- When a man shoves off a handful ol 'silver on vou. alwavs look at the middle Sometinies their character is hat it Htuiild lie I Xs Home will die of olic, Hot, or Long lever 1 if Fouu'a Celebrated Hon and Oitbe powders are used arcordiug to the directions. They will leanse the In tot in a, purify trl invigorate the yMem, thus preventing dwtio. .Charlie JluUinan. of rmdlay, was in the city las'. Thursday, and was aeon -picuous figure at the club dance in the f veninfr....

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 February 1878

Home Farm & Garden. LIVING ON A FARM. How brightly through the mist uf mr My quiet country home appears! My lather, busy all the day la plowing corn or raking hay; My mother moving with delight Among her milk-pans, silver bright ; We children, Jnst from ebool ft free, filling th garden with our glee; The blood of life wa flowing warm When I was Evlng on a farm. I hear the sweet church going b !l, As o'er the fields iu music fell, I fee the country-neighbors round Gathering 'neath lhe iilea-ant sound ; They stip awhile beside the door To talk the homely matters o'er The springing corn, the ripening grain, And "how we need little rain, ' "A little aun would do no harm. We want good weather for the farm." When autumn came, what joy to see The gathering of a husking bee; To hear the voices keeping tune, Of girls and boys beneath the moon; To mark the golden corn ears bright. More golden in the yellow light! Since I have learned the ways of men, I often turn to those aain And feel li...

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 February 1878

THE JEFFERSONIAN . H. X: ULSL.EY; Issued Every Friday Morning. Trin" ol Subcriitior: One Year Six Months ... Three M out Us .... 1 W " 5J City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mail at the Find lay Post-Office. Carev Rramh C A f. -. fr-K n- x.. . . ft- 'ffc- 1 -i!4 m- AKKIVAI.". U-f rai:fc C.K. C. 'j"1) p. m. U K Je L. Hk. t'9 V'. Il:i m. m. .. " Awl, .2 p in. crPABTL-HK. ' Pjr:age,Miivjen and H'nvUng,ree ' -ri- da'y.rtiiirdyiidrtHtnrday,atija.m. W i cA. UwtckUtun and Hieing Vomer. Wednesday and tatuidy . at 1 J I rUro. aviuf d nfc:r 1 uesday aud rtuirly, at 1 p. ui. twt ifc-:7e. Hiwi, tcnnijke, Reunvre. and itl- ooa-TueMlav aud r"nd.7, at Hmu,n Ridr.Jtvtnie f-to-r nday.at UeC'iS. andforlagt Veer-D.ly at 1 p. m COUNTY OFFICERS. UMiwm PUr-u Ju.tfK -Jin Pillars. ,4 ad-tor-iri;e -Mouei. Xxrkf ijiiru -r. 't W. Pr-bte. TtrttMiirct tVU.r lluniel. lvrder P-ial Keiuwrer. ITAtiU J fit rmuH B. Uaflmin. AenT-Parie C. I i nch. pntccUng AUurueg -Henry !lmn. roroner - U. P. Clme. Unu...

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 February 1878

Zinnias Stjfmomnn. Findlar, Olilo, Feb. 13. 1S7H. A. H. BALSLL Y, Editor and Proiirietor. Thessaly Las nexed to Greece. declared herself an- Sesator Wade's coodition was oot regarded so favorable on Moodfty ae before reported. The several l).tricra Courts ol New Orleans adjourned on the 6th r.ut of respect for the Pope. The friends of the silver ibill, in CoDzress appear to be criifldent that the President will not veto it. Sksatok Thckmaa's speech on the silver question did not Lave a silver lining to suit the silver fuctiouL-.ts. Thk Kuteians and the English are face to face at Constantioople. Wha may follow is a thiog of the tatare. A former editor of the Cleveland Catholic Lhiceyxe. is reribii out a sentence in the workhouse oi that city. Thk proposition before the Ohio Senate to tax church property of a value greater than 5,009, U expected to paa. Tildkx if pnderHtood to be opposed to the Income Tax bill, and it remains to be seen vhether a Democrat House illl pass it. On Thurs...

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 February 1878

letters oman. Mudlmy. Ohio. Feb. 15. 1S7. We duplicate the price T responsible house la the Unrest cities, on Job Work. Give a Call. HERE AND ELSEWHERE—WISE AND OTHERWISE. HERE. Show your valentine. Wood was a plentiful commodity on Monday. Sunday last was a day of storm. It mowed all day. . Mr Job Smart has been appointed Postmaster at Arcadia. . The ben is a solvent fowl, usually having something ova. The signs" now are decidedly fkyor able for the ground hojj. Never despair, The churches were not fuliy .attended on Sunday owing to the storm prevail ing. Meetings are being held every day this week in the interest of temper ance. The "Red Ribbon" movement is be- coming very popular in every part of the country. Tbe beautiful snow came around again on Saturday, aud set the sleigh bells ringing. Robert Morris, the veteran Masonic traveler, will give a lecture to the Ma-1 sons of Findlay, this evening. ' The Tiffin Tribune' list of paying subscribers for January, is just the same numb...

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 February 1878

FEBRUARY. Tbe fcunishcd Eun crawls through a flavr in night, And blurs the his-.inj tcmjicst ii:to morn, Pnrpjulinir a mit.v trfifJ of sickly liirhl 1 n . i - That wideriE till the bom. zhaativ day And lonely trees-, on nLmd.-i, blown as bare As beggars on the winds are out, liilis. when me Stagger, like drunken giar.ts, In the ; And Mildly about. to iheir naked :Tmi The ocean, njro: zed wv Jeets That pave an ai ry pathway do'.vn from heaven, Thunders and Fmo'res anion the rhkt- tered iloct.s Tliat, like dead ea fo? 1, on i are driven. roek? Kri thebripht river. wi:h it-dcep toned ... ' , And brook, that wng am: the bowery wild, IJpneath an icy elab, dark, drearier and mute, Lie bide by side dead mother and dead child. And, now, the blue-lipped orphan treads Ihe street, With naked shoulders pressed against her ears, Washing the red stains trom her bleed ing feet, At every trembling jwiiBe with bitter tears. While.'mid the gloomy wasle that 'round her lies, Nor sight nor sound to che...

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