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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 22 February 1878

theIeffersonian . lt.?J I ssl aed Every Friday Morning. iSS itPorwui f enbaMrtptUmt " 00 00 50 ue ear Six Months . Thn-e Mouths. . City and County Directory. Arrival nd Demure of Mail. at the ..r I. " aaArVAUS.' I'lcOUslTT OFFICERS. (MMiai7oJ -Js"e PiU. gZZTjJlS? Hamuel B. Hu3... J . n ' ... . .WT ,-.1 liu I t "Hours, K. "..Bulli- .rland. M4 Uorli "-, , rnwNSHIPOFFICiRS. ...... -n,n.-i Howard. Julia Larklos t - and Ju Chnsaberun. ; Clerc-Henry H. Loalhan. Mttm-D. . beard-ley ud O. A. OMUteMes-Joel en- - t SOROUCH OFFICERS ; Mayor Jacob t'arr. C'erA-Joha A.. Uei(g. Trtaturrr SI. D. Soar. JV4rikMamui "Wilson. I.-..- V .. A P'lt.4 H. l. IIOupL A., crown suu r . ; " Hoard of TmpmrynmUtxcoi) Carr. e. Jones a id J. A. '!. -tVmWj, v:rir-CirlB. Hall. SOCIETIES. Maputo Hail lueaU-d In Uiirda'.or; of Uae Block. Mala HireL. , n , K.BiiiV Coucit.R. -. No. 5fl.Be.nUr lurond Mouciar eveuiuK m kku CouvocaLluD lia Mouday evenlnsjn In ecu u-.'t!1; r'.-.. if A U N'o. 227. Slated com- muoloaUoo Hut ao...

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. — 22 February 1878

Fl-eIIr, Otal, Feb. 22. 1878. A. H. BaLKLEY, Editor aaa Proprietor. Tex IdiAa Democracy was la ion in Bute CooTeotion on Wedoe- BATABD Tatlor Ui been nomln ted by the President as Minister to eermuj. Mr. Taylor will honor the appointment. Tkx split amorf the Nationals of Toledo eontinaes, mad disintegration bas begun. It will fail of suooess at th spring elections. Brother Rico, of the Toledo Com mercial, has a bard time wrestling with the Toledo PostofHee. His ease has been postponed till March 7th. The announcement is mads that the proeeea ti on of the Louisiana Returning Board is to be brought to a elose. and no farther indictments be made. EsaLajro eontinaes actire in its war preparations, and Basel is becoming excited over Doesibilities. In the midst of all Germany counsels pro dence. Bt a Tote of 42 to 25 the Senate oted on Friday night for the re-baas of redeemed greenbacks. The Infla tionists are baring it all their own way Jost now. Da. Hksry C Moss, of Venice, 111., was sh...

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. — 22 February 1878

Wit gtSmnmm. Wo .apJleatc Uw Brieas W rwrMlUe kMM 1 the larrart ettka, Js Wot. lTMCn. HERE AND ELSEWHERE—WISE AND OTHERWISE. OTHERWISE. HERE. rmaw" Learn, tain man. to eod thy hum to the editor. ln A G Bodineand Kim Ada Bodine, of Pimouth, we riaiting with Jfr and Mrs J T Adama. ' Exra Brawn, Esq, pad a vntit to For oat, one day last week. Mr Dixon, the) organiiar of the "Gospel Temperance Mown eat," ie a food speaker and bia aodieneta are large. Ueetinp in tbe interest of temperance are held morning and evening in the Court Hones. Bring on your job work if jron want it done neatly, cheaply, and apaedtly. Coooa, Adama at Co, will commence running their shop on nine hours time on Monday next Wolf a: Gage will tear away tbe old building wbieh now oomprias their abopa, early in tbe spring, and will build a large and handsome brick building upon tbe present site. , Their business has grown to audi an extent that they must bare more room. Glad to hear it. Occasionally a bueineei man grum...

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. — 22 February 1878

THE PLUMBER. Who itb dot felkr bo right abw-td,' "; V no senarge iorELtw bb never ioku, III -.-I,i"..a i;a ..ya Mit ernenft Der nlnmljor. x Wiiei always tVound imj uw" ural . I W - Mit Tnino hiot ofirvflnt frirl Ifl a4)rwflk. .. . " . . - - , v notelltner, iULketunwm pippsieHK, JDer plumber. Who nends his boy mit poy and rw, To slhick on led mit a leetfe rag, And drives around mit hie it nag. Per plumber. Woo, yen dere nooiug wrong a ail, viva rint. ier leak inside der vIL', Who says.- Pj- gosrf your house vj.l ad..; "Yort takrj yr;r time, dot LHtchrnrmj pavs, ... . . V.'ho make dot ,UUdnrty kys? Jjer i1 umber. bo echyiears he put in forty feet Of pipe, and thirty nine foot "cheats; Who ish der meanest kind, of. tKjats, 4 U Jtr i,liittJ)rf 9 vi U W Who, ven he Bent me la his bill, . Who makes his bond four pages fill, Who cleans me oud my grocery till, Der plumber." Who srete a mortgage on mv schtore, Mine house veil, he gets two before Who soon will kick rue oud mine door, ler plum...

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 March 1878

THE JEFFERSONIAN l 7' TiSLEY: issued Every Friday Morning, T-rin of SuTnsteription : Vr .Six Moullu. 1 Three Moutiu 00 City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mails at the Flndlay Post-Office. i.rAKTi; . ( -vr, C. A C UR..t.ton.m. i fLS i . JtH. g-g Jyulh, n:i6a. m. A. (.!: p. m. .. ro c.. c a" .,6;' P- - fc- A i.. ilk. gving South. 1 1:1c a. m. " .i A'urth. ; p. n- Bi.rAu.ivnm. trim :ren,tmaae.Miui9t.nant BvwUngGrten -f auay.ruuniday aud .torday,atKa.m t AcJt.fi. HHctWo and Hmng 4 Vomer. Wednesday tf"nrty T-d-. Irk?'- 'JiiomtoiaMJinu'r iw7 (-xi-1 uWiT eud Friday, at 7 a. in. 8,.X- ad vufc.-rrlday.at -VrtO--U.Uy at 1 p. m BOSOUCH OFFICERS. Mayor Jacob Carr. (Aeri-John A. Meek. Treasurer M. D. Hours. Vnikil-Jirara Wilson. tiUialur James A. Ine, SS-K. Calmer, KCarlln. J;.bn Parker. H U. Houpl. A. Brown aul r. w .ruiiu. 4-KMrdof Improvement laoobCarr. a. P. Jaa aal J. A. Bope. LemrVciy lAredarC L ai It. 11. Hall. COUNTY OFFICERS. (MM Ft&MM Judge -James Pillars. liior-Jo...

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 March 1878

i ginabn Heffersotiiatt. Flndlar, Ohl. March 1. 1878. A. H.B1LSLST, Editor and Proprietor. The coinage of trade dollar baa been ordered discontinued. GK5. A5UKRSOS ha been eentenced to two year, at bard labor In the Pen teatiary. a m Thb coronation of Pope Io XIII took place on Sunday last, privately, in the Sistine CbapeL Judge Whittaxeh, before whom General Anderson wu tried, has over ruled the motion for a new trial. Cokmcsism pure and Dimple will be the next phase in which the heterogen ous elements will present themselves. Thk silver bill with the Senate amendments paued the House, and was sent to the President on Monday. It was reported that the treaty of peace between Russia and Turkey would be signed on Monday lost, but the report was not confirmed. All the space alloted to American exhibits in the great Paris Exposition has already been assigned, and no more exhibitors can be accommodated. Thk latest on dit is the announce ment of the engagement of Hon. Don Cameron, of Penn...

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 March 1878

Our Arrangements this Spring Guarantees to our thousands of Patrons iir most attractive stock or BOOTS. SHOES for 3Ien, Women and Children, ever before offered in a retail store. The products of many of the leading man ufacturers hare been secured, and are already being placed in our store. Early in March our customers may expect to And a complete assortment of the SPRING STILES on exhibition in our store, and we guarantee a Great Reduction in prices from last year. Don't fail to see our Goods and saTC SHUCK t THIS SPRING! X- all parts of the County the ANl SLIPPERS! money by buying them of BRQWIu. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O., February 28, 1878. Thickens, 5a6 cU. per B. Turkeys, 7c jer fl. Ducks, 6c. Eggs, 14 cents. Butter. 1X1 4 cents. 1 Hides, preen, 6 cents. lIMe, dry, 10 cents. Gulf, preen, Pcenta. Sheep Pells, 25c75c. Tallow cents. Lard cents. Flax seed, 20. Kaps 1 cent. Jieeswwx, 25 cents. Timothy Seed 00 per bu. Clover Beed C per tt. Oats 23 cents. Potatoes 35 cts. per ...

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 March 1878

Home, Farmr & Gaden. KEEPING SHEEP. There la more profit, on the average In keeping heep in this country, than in any other country on the globe. With the exception of Holland and Belgium, the annual weight of flesh in America exceed that of any other country. In those two countria the reras weight it sixty pounds. But wins to the higher price reoeived here for wool, the annual revenue from each sheep here is jafct doable that in Belgium, and nearly double that in Holland- The annual revenue here is t2.1C, on the average Australia is next highest, tL50, Spain next, $L45. Only five other countries exceed one dollar, and in Russia and Greece the revenue is only forty-two cents. The average weight, as wall as the price, will re largely increased when the vast flocks of coarse wooled sheep in the West have been bred up to the condition they undoubtedly will be in a few Ohio Farmer. PASTURE AND FEEDING GRASSES. J. Sharpie, in the Kentucky Live Stock Record, writes as follows: Good cr...

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 March 1878

TEE JEFFERSONIAN Issued Every Friday Morning. Terms Subscription : .v Months 1 V" Three Months City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure: of Malls at the Findlay Pot-Offlce. l)irkTC. Cart- Ifra-xA C. A C I.. E. A I . &- " ,: .. Aorta. 4:4 p. KH- c.. a c. -:' - Aorta, 4;4 p. BBPABTCSB. -r aeAy.ruuVeday ud Saturday ,ai8m vi MZ irtf ," amd AJi0 ' Corner. Wedaattliy eud alarday. l 1 :"! , .Z?ZSZ)S Relmore. and GO-4-Vueedav aud Friday, at 7 a. m . . -tcS. andPvrt age Center-UullJ at 1 P- u. BOROUGH OFFICERS. Afayor Jacob Carr. G1r lohn . !. Treasurer-. D. rtours-JfarsAaJ-Jamea Wilson. Jooe. and J. A-IP. . Ceatrfr-ry Iireeler Charles B. Hall. COUMTT OFFICERS. Vtmmm tUv Judge -inm Pillars. Cteritof Utru -Scon W. Preota. Treanrer - Peter Hl. teeorrfer-Joeepli K. Uutawlller. frsbite Judge -liamael B, Huff loan. Hhertff Pariee C. Trlteb. frutecuUng Attorney -Henry Brown. cbraJT &r. T. - Barn hill. C,rfr- Roes W. -core. Job D Bishop and John rdglngtoii. ntu.narg iHrecture Campbe...

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 March 1878

mginabg gJefftTZcmav, A. H. BALSLEY, Editor and I'ropTifior hp The SpriDg elections are considerably mixed. In yew York The treaty of peace has been tigutd, and nothing remain bnt the Confer ertce. Two ar,j a quarter millions of tbe public debt were extinguished tbe past month. Judge Kellet made a speech against resumption, on Tneeday, which ww an attempted reply to fieu. Garfield. Ocb Congressmen will have the pleasure of Angering tbe first short weight dollars, thin. There is a fitness in OS the 13th tbe Committee on Coin age will bear tbe application of th; various cities for tbe establifcbnient of mints. Aboct tbe middle of April it is thought tbe capacity of tbe mints to coin silver dollars will reach three and a half millions. A bill has passed tbe Ohio House, requiring real estate fold in exectitiou by order of Court, to be offered for sale on tbe premises. At Portland, Me., tbe Republican elected their mayor, on Monday over the Democrats and Greenbackera. Tbe Greenback vote ...

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 March 1878

THIS Our Arrangements tills Spring Guarantees to our thousands of Patrons in all parts of the County the most attractive stock of BOOTS, SHOES ANU SLIPPERSI for Men, Women and Children, ever before offered m a retail store. The products of many of the leading man ufacturers have been secured, and are aircaaj win n laced in our store. Early oxtwt tn find a comDlete STVLES on exhibition in our store, and we guarantee n tftoni TiPdnriinii in. urices from last year. Don't tail to sec our. Goods and save SHUCK d .CM 1 V in 3Iarch our customers may assortment of the SlltlMi money by buying them of BROWN. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY. O., March 7, 1878 l"ui. kens. 540 cu. per th. Turkeys, 7c per B Ducks, Gc. K(:g, 1 cents. IJ.itter. l'X'41 cents. ! ides, preen, 6 cents. 1 1 Me, dry, 10 ccntr. Calf, greeu, froents. -Slreep Itelt, V&V. Tallow 4 cents. L--rd6&9cenU. flaxseed, ft 20. ILurx, 1 rent. Ihxswax, 25 cenln. Timothy Seed $1 00 per hu. ;iover Secl.C per lb. OaU 33 cenU. 1'oUto...

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 March 1878

THE TRUE WOMAN. Her name -hone not in bannered field, Where Right and Wrong so boldl v war Nor rings her voice in any cause Which men and -women battle fur: Yet in her presence, sofily sweet, You long to kneel and kiss her feet 7o wondrous romance wreathes her lift-, or hath she led a martyr train; Nor beautiful nor rich is she, But joor, and some would call her plain: Yet in her two clear eyes you see A beauty shining constantly. Xo silken robe enfolds her form, Xo dainty leasure hath her hands Her jewels are a simple ring, ! A ribbon binds her hair's smooth bands; i Yet in her garments' simple grace Her soul's regality you trace. No gift hath she to shake and thrill A thankless world with warbling songs; And art that wakes the ivory keys To other hands than hers belong; Yet in her words of tender cheer A richer music charms the ear. She walks in humble ways of life, That lead ofttimes through gloom and shade; And cares and crosses not a few Are on her patient shoulders laid; Yet s...

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 March 1878

THE JEFFERSONIAN jsued Every Friday Moniing, l-nnn of Subscription: at: Vcr 2 W -ix Mnths 1 W i'iircc Months M City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mali at the Findlay PotfOMce. tri-v Hrom-h C. C. m. i..K.t. Mi- Ir : m- - jV-fa.t:4 p. m. ,;,. jawra C. C. .:' P- -. a x.. c. l':U a. m. .. Sort h. 4.4i p. m. DCPABTCBB. ., Ptrtage.Uungenand BmulingOree -V i,-Uy.t uursday od t"rdjrl.m 41 HI tneh'fd.Houektomn and Kivino 4 Vomer, tfedueaday andSatnrdmy.mil p.m. . T n!wiUUimttomn and Dunkirk Tuesday aud rialorday, at 1 p. m. . J, Ottawa. tUanuke. Belmnre, and 0- ewa-Tuesdav aud Friday, at 7 a. m . HeZ.nkulJitanlew and PendUUm-YfidnrM Ir.aX'j and Port age Center-Dally at 1 p. m BOROUGH OFFICERS Mtxtrtr Jaooti t'arr iXerk-l jhn V Moe. TmuurrrH. U. Hour. Js'.iraaac-Jaiura Wilnon. jMeUurl aines A. Rope, ... ZZZZ-K. Falnier, r.Carllu.Jot.0 Parker. H U. lioopl. A.. Brown aud F. W. firo.ln. trvduj Impravetnmta lacobCan. E. r. Jouc4 and J. A. Hops Cmrtrry Mreetor-Cht-rlea B. HalL COU...

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 March 1878

Flndlay.Ohlo, Marcb 15, IMS. A. H.BALSLEY, Editor and I'roprlflor. ESOLAXD is not without fear of t'ue result in the corning peace conference. THK first new 4121 grain dollar wa . ii.. r: r Mnridar at 3:16 P.M. Silver has declined in Ecglaiid.aiid the prospect of the 412 grain dollar ia not as good as it was. The era of prosperity dawn-d at precisely 3:18 Monday afternoon. Two thousand of the new tilver dollar were coined at the Philadelphia Mist. Gov. Holliday, of Virginia, is an honest man, and intitts that the State debt is jcfct and must te paid, even if church property has to bear a share of the burden. The Wallace long bond bill pasted the Senate after being amended so as to bear interest at four per cent., and be purchasable for coin or United States notes at their par value. THK heaviest snow storm of the season occurred on the 8th aud 9 th, aloug the line of the Union Pacific. Trains were snowed in aud the block ade had not been raised up to the 11th. THK Treasury vaults at...

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 March 1878

Our Arrangements this Spring Guarantees to our thousands of Patrons in all parts of the County the most attractive stock of BOOTS, SHOES AND SLIPPERS I for 3Ien, Women and Children, ever before offered in a retail store. The products of many of the leading man ufacturers have been secured, and are already being placed in our store. Early In Jlarcli our customers maj, expect to And a complete assortment of the SPUING STYLES on exhibition in our store, and we guarantee a firpM Tbtfnction in nriccs from last year. Don't lail to see our Goods and save SHUCK & BROWN. NEW CARPET STORE lias JUST OPENED ft .Urge and Carefully Sok-ctol Stock of All Styles or Carpets, Lace Curtaius & Oil Clotlis AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES. He i enabled to offer a line embracing a GKEATEK VARIETY OF CARPETS and MOKE ELEGANT PATTERNS iu Fine Colors, that were EVER BErOIfE OFFERED IS FINDLA Y. Besides the bi tter grade, lie has also the COMMONER STYLES mid QUALITIES, and invite a visit of inspection from al...

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 March 1878

SOMEBODY'S MOTHER. The woman was old ani ragged and gray, And bent with the chill of the winter's day; The street was wet with a recent snow, And the woman's feet were aged and slow. .She stood at the crossing, and waited long, Alone, uncared for, amid the thong Of human beings who passed her by, Xor heeded the glance of her anxious eye. Down the street,with laughter and fehout, Glad in the freedom of "school let out," Came the boys, like a lock of slieep; Hailing the snow piled white and deep. Tast the woman so old and gray, Hastened the children on their way, Sor offered a helpiog hand to her, So meek, so timid, afraid to stir Ixsast the carriage wheel or the horses' feet Should crowd her down in the slippery street At List came one of the merry troup The gayest laddie of all the group; He paused beside her and whispered low: IU help you across, if you wish to go. Her aged hand on hisstrong young arm She placed, and bo, without hur barm, He (raided the trembling feet along. Proud ...

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. — 22 March 1878

THE JEFFERSONIANj ; ssued Every Friday Morning, TVriii" ol Subscription : Year Six Month 1 VJ; Three Months City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mails at the Findlay Poat-Offiee. D.fARTU. rim Hranch C 6 A V. H K., : a. m. V'r(A. 4 I p. m. AKBI VAI-H. Cy Krav C. a. C. . 'S p. m. t. K Jc i.. UK.Jjm .vu. ll:lja. m. fi'orih, p. m. DrPAKTL'BB. ir,M 'ttr'n aye, JS an?n and lUneUnyGne - r i-!.dy. Thursday and Sturday,ala.n W( 'niinchardtti'urlUoumand Kunny't iXimer, Vedu-dav and Saturday, at I i. m. rU7 . VtlltamMtoutnand Dunkirk Tuesday nl rtatuntay, at I p. m. Ottaaw. K-Lke. Belmore. and (JO-0,i- l uewiav atad Friday, at 7 a. in. bal,i K.vVj'JiUxnJey and FendleUm-V rllay.at VC'M andPvrt age Ornter-lXJ at 1 p. in BOSIOUCH OFFICERS. Muyur Jacob Carr. tXerk John .. Meeks. rrerarer-M. D. Hours. lianhal James Wilson. tftlicttorJ araes A. Bope, Cme4-. Palmer, P.Ca.-lln. John Parker. H U. Houpt. A. Brown and F. W. Iriuln. Hoard of improvements' I acob Carr, K. P. J'inw and J. 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. — 22 March 1878

ginning Jzjfwauizr,. 1 A. II. EALSLEY, Editor and Prohridon DOOK KKEI'KK I'olk bu bad Lin day. j KSGLAXD and Eaf si are at a drad lo;!w What if the war clond should b? punctured after all? A. J. Ricks, of Maw loo, has been tp;;ointed Clerk of the United States Ciuit Court at Cleveland. crop reports to tbe oncint.au ny'te are fall, and represent the t1.-"" prospects as excellent. Jovtick 1 lUiuxuphedand General!, jxmu ua u lu" i-iy. -uie Court of Louisiana. " " Tiii'r.E was a "heavy run on the Sav-1 - - 1 V : 7i . j I .1 Hanks of Boston, on the 14th and 15th, but neither of them eaecuinbed to the rrewore. The Democracy have set about tbe work of re din trie ting tbe State for Congressional purpose. A bill was in troduced in tbe House on the 15th. Esgla&D and Germany are agreed that all the terms of the treaty of paace, except tbe pecuniary indemnity, shall be submitted to the Peace Con ference. Richard 1L EuMUiDS, for many years publisher of the Western Epis copalian, and recentl...

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. — 22 March 1878

Oar Airanscmcnts this a . v 11. iii lIlOlLStllHW VI Atiiiuu - i most attractive stock of - , BOOTS, SHOES AND SLIPPER! lor Uen, Women and Children, ever before oflercd m a retair store. The products of many of the leading man ufacturers have been secured, and are already being placed in our store. Early in March our etomers may expect to find a complete assortment ol the SI KI1 STYLES on exhibition in our store, and we guarantee a Great Reduction in prices from last year. Don t fall to see our Goods and save money by buying them ol SHUCK & NEW CARPET S jr. Has JUST OPENED a Large and Carefully Selected Stock of All Styles of m Ik Ms lien AT EXTKE3IELY He i5 enabled to offer a Hue embracing and MORE ELEGANT PATTERNS iu OFFERED IX FINDLAY. Resides the STYLES and QUALITIES, and invites a Spring Guarantees to our -ill Tt-iris i iiie tuumj mc BROWffl Is WW PKICES. a GREATER VARIETY OF CARPETS Fine Colors, that were EVER I5EFORE better grade, be has also (be COMMONER visit of inspecti...

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. — 22 March 1878

DEATH'S FATAL CONQUEST. The glories ol our birth and 6i: Are shadows, not auLstantial th:n?s: There ia no armor against tite: Death lays hi icy hands on kings; Sceptre and crown Must tumble down. And in the dust be equal made With the poor crooked scyihe and spade. Home men with swords may reap the field, And plart fresh laurels where they kill; But their strong nerves at last must yield; Early or late They stoop to late. And must give op their murmuring breath, When they, pale captives, creep to death. The garlands wither on your brow Then boast no more your mighty deeds; l.'pon death's purple altar now, .See where the victim yictor bleeds; All heads must come To the cold tomb Only the actions of the just Smell sweet and blossom ia the dust —James Shirley. Some Farm & Garden. Horse Stables. Dark stables are an abomination and should not be tolerated. There is no necessity to sacrifice comfort, either iu winter or summer to secure enough light. A horse's eyes are enlarged the pu...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
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