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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 29 March 1878

THE JEFFERSONIAN issued Every Friday Morning, Teram of Purcrirtion : Oue Year S Six Month" 1 w Three Months yl City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of .Mail at the Findiay Post-office. DCfAKTDtt. Cr- C. A f. 4tK-.fr.0U . m. f.. Mi. math, 1 1 : IS a. m. S'jrlh. I 4t p. nx. AXMV1MI. r"trv Kraneh C.U. fc C. HU..r.: h p. m. . AT fc L.. Afc- .V.u. H'.lJ a. in. .. .VoriA, 4 4i p no. 9KPABTIB. i'a!lurr Pjruvj,Munqnnl But-bngGrra - r .iv-day. rnurUy and Heturdy,at.m UI III iixrJt-'irHUonkltfm and Ewing 4 Vomer. 'Vednesdrnv and Caturday. al 1 . Arlington. WiUiamttownand Vunktrk 1DMT ml Saturday, t l p. m. .... O-ik Kidv. Otlan. Heiw.ke, R'lmure, and (rii- fe-Tuedav and Krlday. at 7 a. ro. Kl-, Ridg-.HUtnleu and PendleUen-VtuUsM VcOjmO wlPrl tB' Ornlrr- iKiily at 1 p. m BOHOUCH OFFICERS. Mayor Jacob Csrr. CVri-Jol.n . Meek. 7Vu arer-H. D. .-(ours. jVirVif-J.nv-. Wilson. C-f-K. Palmer, r.Crl iu I II II 14. .nr. I A. iirOWD aiid . ,Vi Parker, r inuin. Word .srotsriaenls Jacob Carr. ...

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. — 29 March 1878

Findlar, Ohio, March 29,187. A. H. BALSLEY, Editor and Proprietor. The chances of peace or war are about even with England aod Raffia- Congressmen will have 300,000 Agricultural EeporU to distribute thi year. Bismark has ordered the Xicaran gan porta to be blockaded until the powers there come to terms. Christianct reported a bill to re Ial the bankrupt law, from the Ju diciary Committee, on Tuesday. Gov. Bishop dont seem to enjoy tho confidence of his party to much as Le did. Uncle Dick in a wayward boy. Frek coinage was killed by a vote in tiie House on Monday. And the new tariff bill is expected to -hare the sanie fate. Three Mollie Maguires were hung At Bloomsburg, Pa.- on Monday, tu. moria no confession and meet death firmly. Reed's case is hopeless, and the ! mnAMa U u bad as ever. Let the Postoffloe go, Brother Reed; its a worry and a wexation anyhow. Massachusetts and Rhode Island have "sat down" on the female eul fraffB bills in the former by t vote ol ior qi and In the lat...

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. — 29 March 1878

"THIS" SPRING! nm. Arrflnoinents this thousands of Patrons in all most attractive stock of ROOTS. SHOES for Men, Women and Children, ever before offered in a retail store. The products of many of the leadin? man- - I nvj? nlwAO ufacturers nave ween securcu, aim aic auwuj placed in our store. Early in March our customers may expect to lind a complete ussoriiiitni u STYLES on exhibition in our store, and we guarantee a r:rnt nM..ii. tan in nriees from last year. Don t tail to sec our Goods and save SHUCK & BROWN. NEW CARPET STO jr. Hu JUST OPEXED Large and Carefully Selected Stock of All Styles of am mm AT EXTREMELY lie i enabled to offer a line embracing and MORE ELEGANT PATTERNS in OFFERED IN FINDLAY. Besides the STYLES and QUALITIES, end invites a Snrinz Guarantees to our parts of the County the AND SLIPPERS! money by buying them of alDS & Oil Clotbs LOW PRICES. a GREATER VARIETY OF CARPETS Fine Colors, that were EVER BEFORE better grades, be bas also the COMMONER visit of ...

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. — 29 March 1878

LET US SPEAK OF A MAN AS WE FIND HIM. Let us fipeak of a man sa Tve find bim, And censure alorie xrhat -re sec: And if a man blame, let's remind him That from faults there arc none of ua free; If the veil from the heart could be torn. And the mind could be read on the brow, - There are many we'd pass by with scorn, Whom we are loading with honors new. rush Let us speak of a man as we find him, And heed not what others may say; If he's frail, then a kind word may bind him, When coidnes3 would turn hirn away, For, the heart must be barren indeed Where no bud of repentance doth bloom; Then pause ere you cause it to bleed, When a smile might banish its gloom. Let us speak of a man as we find him, At home or abroad at his toil, Don't look down unon him because others say That his garden don't honor the soil; First turn to your own and there see, If the weeds-have been all kept down, Then, if there are none there is plenty of time To lend to your neighbor a frown. STRANGER. Milan, O., Mar...

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. — 5 April 1878

TEE JSFFEKSONIAN Issued Every Friday Morning. IWinx of HMbocription: due Year Si Months. -Three Months fiOO .... 1 00 50 City and County Directory. Arrival nd Departure of Malls at the FUtdtay Pot-Ofnc. frARTO. Urn Branch C. A V. ;. " .. Jorth.l tp. su. AEBIVAIJ- C- C. U. : . 5 - . at t. ya 5"' '? , m- .. Murih, 4 4j p lu. portage, M nnaen and B-iwUngiirten -.Vednwday and tu'd";;iua, irii.jr. kVetflatwad 0r luesaay ad rtauird.v. mt ! p ra. . wa. Ki-fce. 'Mlawi. lOnnoke, Bel more, ana u-to-l iidav and Iriday.at - a. ra BOROUGH OFFICERS. Mayor Jacob Car. CVrt-Joho A.. Meek. Treiuurer M. l. oore. AorsAo J uiea WUaon. ,utor-JaiueA.Bu. prker tt,cU-E Palmer, P.Carlln ' er' Jdum mad J. A. Hope. Ce-trieS, 0rertor-Chles B. HalL COUNTY OFFICERS. Urnnw .Ilea ado -James Pillars .auditor-Joseph U. Kagy. . . txrrko Uwu -sc xt W. Preble. Treaturtr-Peter Hosier, rti-ewder-dosepb B. iuixwlller. hribtte Jwi'-e Samuel B. HuOinan; -ir-Prlee C Trilch. I'rovxuting Attorney Henry Brown. CkMfirr- ur. i. 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. — 5 April 1878

' ; V. -r Findlax, Ohio,. April Sib, IS. S. X. H.BALSLEV, Editor and IToprli-tor ' PilEB. CooiiUi La tillered Li T.'tigjXj eighth yesr. 'jSos.VoHxMoTiRiSEYb! said to I Ijing at the point of death. TOE. recent letting of postal route " " FZtvg a inffilon doTJars to the Treasury. m TilK fruits of tb! silver tuauia are licomicg apparent ia tLe increased t shipment of gold to Europe. ' Thk liberies award stil! hang. Tne : government should pay the bill proi2pt!y,a the award has gone aga'iLst 'y-T. Thk appearances io Europe favor ' war between England aud Russia, and it would fceeui almost impossible lor itber to avoid a conflict. Thk English have refused to with draw their fleet from the sea of Mar mora, unless the Russians withdraw from the environs of Constantinople. Thk public debt has been decreased during the month of March to the amount of 2,313,614. Since June last the decrease has been 20,434,708. Thk Eri of Salisbury has been appointed to sujceed Lord Derby as Miuister of Forei...

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 April 1878

XYOK'S Palest Metallic STIFFENERS- BSShuck&Brown's Ircnnrlrgcver, SPRIMS STOCK OF WpopirirrffniithpSii'o ti . r n 1 ' f j 6 ..--ask. nd Pipping in the SEAMS. Is tlic FINEST and LARGEST tver shown in Findlay. No one. if they consult their own interests, will buy One Dollar's worth of Boots or Shots until they have examined our IMMENSE STOCK and learned our prices. We can, on the very least calculation, J3TSATE YOTT 23 cents ON EVERY DOLLAK. EVERY THING: NEW AND NICE NEW CARPET STORE Has JUST OPENED a Large anl Carefully Selected Stock of All Style of '. Carne s, L2ee Curtains & Oil Clotlis AT EXTKE3IELY LOU" PRICES. lie is enabled lo offer a line embracing a GREATER VAR:ETY OF CARPETS and MORE ELEGANT PATTERNS in Fine Colors, that wen- EVER BEFORE OFFERED IN FINDLAY. Resides the better grades, he lias also the COMMONER STYLES and QUALITIES, and invites a visit of inspection from all. 4-i SOMETHING NEW! U U Xl HV JJ U u lu IXUiiUUl) SHUCK & BROWN. ! ; She efiersoman. India...

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 April 1878

MATER AMABILIS. I-. tlie goldenest of streams, Tide of dreams. The iair cradled man-child drifts ; Sirays with cadenred motion glow. To and fro. As the mother ft po:.fed lightly, til's and lifts. He, the firstling lie, the light Of her eight He, the breathing pledge rf love. 'Neath the holy pasiion lies Of her eyes, Smiles to feel the warm, life-giving rays above. Hie believes that in his vision, .Skies clysian OVr an angel-jieople shine. llirit to gardens of delight, Taking flight, j lis auronJ banks in dreams divine. Kiilbhe smiles through anxious tears ; Unborn years Pressing forward, she perceives, Hiadowy mufllcd shapes, they come Deaf and dumb, bringing what? dry chaff and tares, or fulleared sheaves? What for him sliall she invoke 1 Shall the oak Kind the man's triumphant brow ? Shall his daring foot alight On the height? Hull he dwell amidst the humble and the low ? Through wliat tears and sweat and pain Must he gain Fruitage from the tree oi life ? Shall it yield him bitter...

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 April 1878

TEE JEFFERSONIAN . IT. SALSLEY; 'ssued Every Friday Morning. 'IVrinK of SuVcrijtion : Six Montus 1 ! Three Months City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mails at the Findiay Post-Office. C4$ "- '- C" -. " m- I.. ... "' ,u;li m - Iturth. 1:1 p. m. ABRIVAMl. JtraiwA C. . C- : 5 P- -L.. K L. lilt J'9 fnUh. II:U a. .. Aor.a. 4.tp n. DtPAKTCKB. - f i-. d if. I liar i and St"rdy.-a Ka.m tf ' saeaa'w,. tijtirjcton and Kwimg Vomer. W Joesday t-alunlay. al l P- m. ir e. lFi.afwl OutUurk Tuesday Miid Haluri.iy. I p m. . KM-Tuesdav end 'Vi'-rldav.at HulgeJKtA'ta and radttf-Frliay.at KvZ, anJMage Centcr-UMy at 1 p. m BOROUCH OFFICERS. Carr. Mayor Jacob Cer-J.ibn A. Meeka, Treasurer -H. U. urs. Marshal James Wilson. faiicUor-JawtA.rpe, ,,.., pw., ikmncU-K Paltuer.P.Carllii. J'h Parser. 1 UMtoiipT. A- -'n and K. W Hri.li. iwdof Improve! lacobCa rr. fc r. Jones aud J. A.. Bope. Vemeurg Ktreetor-Charle B Hall. COUNTY OFFICERS. CUmmin Ilea Judge -James rillara. .aKi-JosepUluKagy. Clerk ...

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 April 1878

ginahu gJtfftrzcninu. Find I ay, Ohio, April 12, 1S7S. 1. II. BaLSLET, Editor and Proprietor. Stkedmas's Stat Law could ftand fire and is now amoug the arte." DOt lost the t'other in European trouble, with prob(.biii!it3 in favor of 't other fight. Hismakk is about ready to take a Land in the Tnrko-Ratso-difflcu'ty onl it aiu't just certain whether he take the whole or a part. C. II. Eddy is the coming man fcr T:.-Hdo Pofctofflce. -ither Sherwood, Ijopj or Dowling Las lifted of a voice fcgkiaistbim. Let it b recorded. All is not lovely between Uncle I)i V. and the unterriCed. lie preftis vl..ers to such an extent that they b to think him a one idead man. Tk k Ex-Auditor of Trumbull county, Geo. B. Kennedy and the Deputy Treasurer, A. Brierly, have been ar rested on a charge of embezzlement Thk Committee on Presidential elections, has agreed to report in favor of the election of President and Vice President by direct vote of the people. THK Kationalist Mayor of 'orwalk, is the most e...

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 April 1878

ffTI LYON'S f r7; J Patent Metallic L A 3 ST11TENEHS ..:...shucK& Browns Iron Euriig ever, Wemng cff en lie Siie Ripping in the SEAMS la lUe FINEST and LARGEST ever shown in Fmdlay. No one. if they consult ln,rt. mill buv One Dollar's worth of Boots or Shoes until thr-y Lave examined our IMMENSE STOCK and THING NEW AND NICE SHUCK & BROWN. SOMETHING NEW SPRING STOCK OF "Bis Hi n j learned our prices. We tan, on the very I Indlay. Ohio, April 12. 1878. We duplicate the prices or responsible booses in the largest titles, on Job Work. GlTengaCalL HERE AND ELSEWHERE—WISE AND OTHERWISE. HERE. 12 I Sugar s. Haven has a new sign and a new awn ing. District Court adjoirned Thursday. April 4th. Common Pleas Court will convene May 21st The hotel business in this city is in creasing. The Latest Spring Fash'ons at Ar dinger & Roue's. 43-52 Dr Entrilcinhad a patient with ddir iumtrewetiti Monday. Gages Hall was the scene of a select dance Tuesday night. Maple Grove Cemetery is beginni...

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 April 1878

Home, Farm & Garden. THE KITCHEN GARDEN. The lollovdog are recommended by a irr.rd nr ft abont the best varieties ol vegetable seeds to be sown in t le i.:4v. MrAn Tr is bv do means -11.W Sa,n - uecersary to ppend a Urge amouut ol money for feed, but a good selection of varieties and a little of each, will be abatis needed: Keans First early, wax and yellow six veks ; for pole beans there are none that equal the Lima. Beets About threts sorts; early Kgyptian, blood turnigs aad loDg darK blood. Caljbage If several sorts are desired the Wtkefield, Winnicgstadt, Fottlers, Crunsvcick, red Dutch and premium Hit IJui.cli are the best, and if only two Uie 'lr.-t and last. Cauliilower can be successfully grown with proper care. Early Erfurt will be found a reliable and fine sort. Carrot Early Horn and Improved Long Orange. Celery is perhaps considered as diffi cult to grow as anything, and probab ly provoke more discussion than any other vegetable, but it is becoming more popular each 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. — 19 April 1878

TEE JEFFERSONIAN A 77.. BAILEY; Bsued Every f riday Morning Tenni of Huloriition : OuVew J Six Months w Tlire Months M City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mails at the Findlay Pott-Ofrtoe. DtrArrOMi. Ca- Sro-cA C. A a KR.,if) a. In. I. HK. fng Houth. 11:16 a. m. - tiurtk. p. m. ARKIVAI-K- Cireu Hraneh C.H. A C. AS.. :!5 p. m. U. K 4 L. ltk. Jung frnUh. 11:15 a. m. tiurth, 4.4i p in. DCPABTCHE. vUure,Purutge,Mungnand Bttwlingtirten Tuesday, Thursday ud tardy,l.in tf( HUtnchard.Uouktoum and fiwingU Vomer. Wednesday and batarday. at 1 p- m .4rHr'o. M'lUtaiutoWM sad - -Tuesday ail Saturday, at 1 p. in. Oa Hvlye. OUawa., Roanoke, Rrlmore, and title ooa-Tueadav and Friday, at 7 a. m. Srafea Kultft.Waairs' ami fVmdieton-s rlday.at tfe' adCtnr-Dl!y atlp. ia SOROUCH OFFICERS. Mayor Jacob Carr. fr-Joun A. Meeka, Treasurer. D. Soar. MurtkaU3 n Wilson. Hoticuor JamesA. Bope, . Ooulala. Palmer, P.Carlln. John Parker. H- D. Houpl. A. Brown and F. W Firiniu. door of spreeaeals laeo...

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 April 1878

ginahu $tgtrsonin Flndlay, Ohio, April 19, 17. i . h. BA.LSLEY. Editor And Proprietor. GKKKXBACK platforms are won f. THK premiums riped out. on gold ba GK5. GBA5T "Wired Wilh tlngnisbed bopori t JerusAletu. AT Bloomisotos, 111.. tb IpubU cans elected the Mayor and fooraldr men, oq Monday, by majorities rang ing about 400. THE Fourth Rational Bank of Sau dufcky announces that it will redeem in coin ita outstanding notes ben presented at its counter. Thb Democracy are not happy with their Bishop, and thay now want to re-reorganize the State institutions so as to root out the grocery keepers. Oveb two hundred millions of claims have so far been presented to the pres ent Congress, by the "Solid boutn, ..a K nest ion now is "wl.at are uuu ,av -sv yon going to do about itf" Thkrk is now such a trifling differ ence between Greenbacks and gold that resumption has practically begun, the Broadway Bank, New York, pay Ing checks of $500 and less In gold. Thb DIax government of Mexico, after 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. — 19 April 1878

rv-i lyon's latent Eeuuuc STIFFEMIRS PREVENT Beets and Slices TrcnSTiTir.ir.gcver, Wearing eff cn tte Sine I Ripping in the SEAK3 To ptvvct .nrf f.AIir.EST ever their own'intcre. will buy One Dollar, worth of Boots or Shoes until they have luurYvE STOCK and learned our prices. We can, on the vcy . . '.-cty-e vnr ok least caicuiuuwn, 4-1 - THING NLW AND NICE. SHUCK & BROWN. SOMETHING Ntw r I t I Shuck&Brown's SPRING STOCK OF "Boots &SII s shown in Findlay. No oue. it tLey cor.su! ON EVERY DOLLAR. KVKKY She Uetiersnman. Mndlay, Ohio, April 10. 17. We duplicate the price r ret-ponMble houses U the larjrest cities, on Job Work, Give n a Call. HERE AND ELSEWHERE—WISE AND OTHERWISE. HERE. t J odd's window fixtures at Decker's. 12 lbs Sugar tor $1 00 at JM Cherry's. New stock of window paper at Deck er's. A nice assortment of Millinery at Ar dinger &. Bowe's. . 49-52 "Job" receives a scathing review from O B M. Read it J S Pttterson is improving his store front, by icpainti...

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 April 1878

NEVER SAY FAIL. BY CHARLES SWAIN. Keep pushing 'tie wiser Than sitting aside, And dreaming and iigLing, And waiting the tide! In life's earnest battV- They only prevail Who daily march onward. And never say fail. With an eye ever open, A tongue that's not duinl. And a heart that will never To sorrow succumb, You'll battle and conquor Though thousands assail ; IIow strong and how mighty Who never fay fail. Ahead, then, keep pushing, And elbowfyour way, Unheeding the envious, All asBCS that bray; All obstacles vanish, All enemies quail ! In the might cf their wisdom Who never say fail. In life's rosy morning. In manhood's fair pride. Let this be your motto, Your footsteps to guide; In storm or in sunshine. Whatever assail, We'll onward and comjuor And never say fail! BY CHARLES SWAIN. Home, Farm & Garden. How to Keep Hams. A good way is to pot them in thick paper sacks, euch a? millers usa to put flour In, made of thick manilla paper. Wrap the ham in several thicknesses of old pap...

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 April 1878

THE JEFFERSONIAN Issued Every Friday Morning. Termii of BuLacript ion : OaeYear Six Months 1 W Three Mouths City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mails at trie Find Lay Post-Office. UCPAkTGS... Uut Straw C. C. A K., ttOu a. to. K.Jf . KK- r 1 1:14 a m. - .Vrt.:j p. to. 1HIV1IJ. ? Kranek C.U. A C: HB..5 p. m. .. ti 4t L. HH. joing South. 11:15 a. in. - Aorta, 4:4i p. in. DRPA KTCKB. IfumHireu.Purtage.HuH'enand HvwiinyUreen - r-idy. uuraday aua mttnr'iay.Mea.iii Wf ifl jacAatf.tf la! Kwiitff' Vomer. Wednewdsr and Kalurday. at I p. m. lriA0'e. ITiUukmioixi ui Dunkirk Tuesday and Saturday, at 1 p. m. Cm kUAye. fMtawa, Hiwuuke, Rrtmure. and UU- doa-TumdtiV aud Friday, at 7 a. m. HmOuo HulyeJiUtntey and frnJirtoa-KridayAt McCbfUi atnlhtrl age Venur-Duils at I p. m BOROUGH OFFICERS. Mayor Jacob Carr. Otrr-John A. Meek. Treasurer X. U. dour. MariHtUJmma Wllaon. ttuUcOur James A. Hope. Onaeil-K. Palmer, P.Jerliu. Juuu Parker, H. D. Hoapt. A. Brown and P. W. r irintu. Hoard of I...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 26 April 1878

aD-0-H-Br FlKdUj, Ohio. Pr1' 19.'l7j k. U.BALSLLY, Editor and Proprietor. GoVKRMKvr Lae purchased 300,000 ounces of fine silver fioui tLe Nevada Bank. Tek Paris Exposition will be opened with appropriate ceretnoDiea oa tlie 1st of May. The Banks and Banker", of Colnm bus, express their readiness to reeame at ouce. The President, it taid, will nom inate Mr. George L. Sauitli to bo Col lector of Customs atew Orleai. William Orto.v, the Prudent of the Western Union Telegraph Com pany, died ia ew York on tbe 22L The Fall Paver, Mass., Mill troables fchow no fmprovecuetit. Hathaway remains silent and a man of inys'.ery. Theodore denies any ageney in Elizabeth's eo-fereion ; says he is going to Europe, bat the is not going with him. There were rumors of an engage ment between MoMSulmanr and Ratsiar s in the Balkan Mountains on Sunday last. The leading bankers of New York think it will be necessary to retire about $100,000 more greenbacks to make reeamption a sure thing. Chas. E. Diiuuxr, ...

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 April 1878

L.ToN's; PREVENT Frcm Burning ever, 5gLJearii!2cffcnllieSiSe Ripping In the SMS. Is the FINEST nd LARGEST ever shown ia Findlay. No one. if they contult tucir own iuterels, will buy One Dollar's worth of Boots or Shoes until they have examined wr f MMN$E fiTOCKhid Uwil our prices. We can, on the very least a.&alion. tSTt&S T(-7 - Uti'oK 5VERV DOLLAR EVERY ijtji.fi i--ru.iiuHtyCK & BROWN. SOMETHING NEW! OUnJ P. D rAiin o SPRING STOCK OF She' TO CJWI am .( tndlay. Obi, April 26. IS7S. We duplicate the price of responsible bonnes ia the largest r I ties, on Job Work. Ure a I'alL HERE AND ELSEWHERE—WISE AND OTHERWISE. HERE. There will be a transit or Alercury MayCth ji ." v '."-; Whitehaiwf fVartl ha reee! red a dresh jaunting We eaw only one colored egg shell on tbe pavement Sunday. Green is green for jxiinling hie store front such a green green. Miss Fannie Sneath lost invaluable breast-pin last Friday afiernopn. ' Cliarlie Ilall opened hi Ice Cream Parlors Saturday evenih...

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 April 1878

A STRANGE SINGER. Joy's the fchyest bird 3Iortal ever heard: Listen rapt and eilent hen lie sings, Do not Eeek to sec, Let the vision be But a flutter of departing wings. Straight down out of heaven Drops the fiery leaven, Beating, burning, rising in his breast Never, never long Canst thou be.ir the Bong, All too high for labor or for rest Hope can sit and sing With a folded wing, Long contented in an iron cage: Patience on the nest. Hour by hour trill rest, Brooding tender things in hermitage. Singers true and sweet, Mockers bright and fleet, Close about thy door they flit and call; One that will not stay Draws thy heart away; Listen! listen! It is more than all. —The Spectator. Home Farm & Garden. KEEPING COWS. A correspondent of the Maine Fann er, who does not believe in keeping cows that do not yield an income of more than fifty dollars a year.tells how be would increase it to 100. He says : "In the first place, I would dispose of all my skim milk cows. Then I wonld purchase...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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