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

BsaedEveryfriiair Morion rermoi Bafo-oriptio. -. ...2W One er j 00 Six Month 50 Three Mouths City and County Directory. UK. UK. J? . V.dn-ly -,arJyUi'k Tuesday nd itoturday. at I p. m- aMmore. and Oil- 8mm KuintJSLMUTI and Pewuat e.m. ... llally all P tfcOMSb a Ml fori age - - - BOROUGH OFFICERS. ttapor William Vance Cierk-W. X. flail 7Vantrer Div. f. Davis. AarAal Jam X. Byai. fere CrunxLtiujxir-l 'Uu Acker. . f j A Ron Si-K. f A. Brown.. l. Huupt l. w". firmlu, frn Krt.Hen . an J O. K. iWfaaai, o M-aiKi-Wm. Vance. J. A. Bard of U:Uh -uu V1."14! Vance, . D.aiafer. .V lr r. Jvw o-H. it. U ay. ..avI.IKel- mrn, Henry K l , , Vtmnuri Direct m-CIl . ;!. i. J IJta'fc.. I- A. UM '" . Cifw Kglneer -Mut l-y. COUNTY OFf ICERS. Judge -H. H- Dodge utlUur Jtrcpti H. Kagy. , e- M Huns -Haft W. Preble. Trmvw VCer Hosier, .ow-l-mpli K. tiulxwiller. t-r j 1 1. rtamael B. HuOman. KturiS .ie C rritcb. r'-.-u(uf 4 (of-aes -Henry Browa. i oer m T.t. turnout. . ..... I . . n .Irfinfftiin. loll i-m an 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. — 22 November 1878

Findlay, Ohio, Xot. 22, IS7H. A. 11. B ALSLEY, Editor and l'roprietor. The Bepublican York, ia 37,616. plurality ia New The Repnblican majority la Minne cota Is 17,625 a gain over last year. The majority for Hoyt, Republican candidate for govariior of Peonevl rania Is 22,507. The graveyard gboals hare visited Newark, and three crave have been violated there recently. The Secretrxy of the Treasury has called ia Ave millions more of the five twenty bonds for redemption. The railroads are at it again, and now Ciacinnatiana can ride to Jfew York for twelve dollars a doxen. Tee papars of Cincinnati are now engaged in a raid on the Scnday thea ten and dance houses. Vhe Gazette leads and is making it warn for Mayor Moore. Michigan, gives a Republican plura lity of 47,041, quite enough for com fott. Every congressional district has been carried by majorities raogiog from 610 to 7,672. Eichoff, Democrat, of New York, will contest the seat of Eienstein, Re publican. And Mackey, Republican, of...

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 November 1878

WW ST LOOK nun brought to Findlay, has jast b3en receiTed by The largest, Finest, and Most Complete Line of FOOT WARE erer AT, TSUOTETia. ' .. . . -.-,.-, .(,nnc .. LAil ana Examine our ni-uwi i,u"l"IC nuvra CUnr HI HIIKKV K I It It Kit lilllim. A.C. A0 a AWIO U1U fcJAA VTA7j M MMM-'l Complete Assortment of FINE GOODS. From our SEW STOCK you can Select ANYTHING you want. TIE LARGEST DRY 5 T E IN HANCOCK COUNTY. OT have inst nnmfi the largest stock of Drv Goods ever known to hay been received by any firm doing business in Findlay. Our purchases tnii fall nntwitTistandiu? the nnusuallv low Drke3 of ffoods. greatly exrjed ts amount what they have ever been before. These large purchases have v k. nnncttW iT,nrMiTir tdp hnth in nnr whole- sale and retail departments. As we are now supplying nearly all the mer- . . ' . ... ., . , . . !,' iij etftltSin Urrounamg wwns wiui meir gouus, we iu! uuiiai " hnv immense anantities in all kinds of roods. These goods have all been , , ,, . l.v . li l...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 22 November 1878

Columbus & Toledo R. R NEW ROUTE North, East, South, West. SUMMER ARANGEMENT, SUMMER ARANGEMENT, Taking Effect May 26th 1878 TarM FaaaeBgrTTralas Iaily rapi kaxlijii.u fallow: SOBTH BOl'HD. r-nr Mail & Zt. ToMo.Et Fr l fr Jr'i Columbus 10 05 A. M ArrxiU Deiiwut. -11.03 " Prospect 1LM " Btarnm.....,.,. ,11-60 " C. tnduskyJ2..-P. V. Carey 1.1 " Faetoris , 1.57 i'lSK M 12.10 A. X 2.l 2.AI S.S4 4.-4 5.40 6.4.S .$ f.f) 1.3 6.40 " 7.r " f.lt " .. " . " 9.42 lo'.: " 12.45 " Peroberville-. 2--V Toledo- Jjetroit P.M. MHTTH BOl'SD. Isavf Detroit Toledo. 3.10 A. M. 5.5) P. M. 6.42 " 7.1H " 7.4 " 8.25 " a.ifi " 9.2T. " 9.52 " 10.40 P. M. 11.15 12.44 2 3.11 3J 5.14 6.M 6.45 .: Arrxrt at Pemtn-TTille Fnavtria .11.27 .liltf P. Carey-.... i --1 f.handusky.. 1.10 Marion 1.4 prospect 2.10 Delaware 2-W Columbus i-30 Through Coaches between DETROIT and COLUMBUS on both Express Trains. Connection? made In fnion rjot,at Columbus, for Newark, Zanesville, CirHeville, Chillicotne, trtumiiih I jir.cv...

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. — 29 November 1878

ssaedEverj nday Morning IWnwot Huto ration : Six Month-., i 00 Three Jtotrih :.-.. 50 City and County Directory. r.rvau and Oapartuiw of Mauia t the . Ftndiaty Post-OWc). Dr-TO. ' i Car BnmA CoC. k. a. m. IV. 4 J . Ktt.jjing Itmlh, 11:15 a m. - - .VrtA.44 p . .-' Crf Hrttnek O.. O , iJT. 4 U RtUjoiag .VMtk. U:l a. m. Hurth, 4:4 v - ' '' 1 H WxPAaroaa. r. nmwif . M nJn B-Uav?Tt. -rd if. hnrad and 4turdAy,tSA.m Ml W -A-d. ttonxkunn and Kt"7 Vomer Wedsdy noAmmx or y . ax 4 - ' ..rUN. VMi4M.. i- Today Ml atatarduty, Ulp.a. . . ,, Oak Kid. Ottawa, Koinokt, Hetmore, mnd fc o-TTedavaad Krld-y.at7w. McCbZb 'dMgi OnUr-DMf at I p. SOROUCH OFFICERS. Mayor William Vane. Vlerk-W r. Piatt fVMMnr-Otn, f . Oavta. arAat-J:n X Bj-l. Ulreit CirmmimiUrr Mm Ac'ser. After? JnV Bpe, Oh1IK. Palmar. A Brow.- O- Hoapt. f. V. 4f it-sUa. trrank Kant, Hen ,Jt. K. .aari I.nprovemetU -Vra Vnce.J. A BMof tI-WU!t-Mn Kdard. D O. (... b- UaviluMX' r.C tUtlatd, ui Vawt.iaiiMbr, P ar er tor.'ear'oaer-.il-.a.G mvld Ket ...

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 November 1878

ginabu jcffersomxti Fldlr Oh to. 20- rjTBAtMlteraiTd .Writ-tor BP GOTEKXOR BT-HOProrliutK iu i- pardoning bas'rif '-. WASHnMTosr.m-!' ti.Ucg -r- Congressmen vio rc ficf.io icad; for work. THKlct-criptionstot: ? 4 percent loan continues to ba larg ,,and anionst to over ba.:f rtir.ioa dai . The shot pon po'ir;- "1 '.1- ttece MMr election int, Lave .leaned tiie colored r.-pr s utat-v- oa" of tl.e next CoDgrt: s. McCABK, Cl T-idiaia, who ira's Leat to by Goodies 3. Orl'j. v.T. content his seat io the : txt Co: ' ? - So fays Senator McDonald. The Halifax award, $3,200,000 in gold, ws paid to the iiriiUh Govern ment by tL'r United States Govern ment ots the -'1st iohi. The present prof,-aniuje o! tiie De uiocracv mcjs to i lubrace an aband onment of the -Ohio Idpr.," and war upon the National Danks THB Marquis of Lome, the Print -i-s Louisa and their suite arrived at Hali fax on Sunday. On Monday thtr was a grand reception of the u Governor General and bis party The railroad war was a goo...

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 November 1878

MW! JUST LOOK ME Tb Largest, Finest, aad lost Complete Line of FOOT WARE erer .... itroaglit to Findbj, h ..it ' OJ1 tad JBrtmlae onr TflXTEB GOODS, Durable CALFSKIN BOOTS Md SHOES, BUBBEES, BUBBER BOOTS, Ae. Also a (Wte Aoortmnt of FIXE GOODS. From onr SEW STOCK yti caCrrt A3IITDIXG yoo TCE'GIEST Our BQDDS STOBE VXD HHJCOCK TT taaYtjTtst opesod the largest stock of Dry Goods ever known to hxri Wb xontToi by any firm doing thtrAl JMtwittelafypg the nmumally low prices of goods, greatly exceed la giahiflt what they have ever been before. These large pmhases kaVe )np5 liH-fdJ Jby eooetantly increasing tradej both in onr whole aale afjlfcpallments.0; As we are now supplying nearly all the mer cfcwS laiirypaigc towns with their goods, wi; hive bflen-ewipfllUd to bnylsrase quantities In all kinds of goods. These goods 'have all been bought at to lowest cash prices, and we hare taken rmbfefhai eustomary preeauilous to make good aelectians, and now we propose 'to give our. custom en xht ad...

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 November 1878

Columbus & Toledo R. R. NEW ROUTE North, East, South, West. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Taking Effect May 26th. 1878. Tare PuMic'r Tralna ! - ep nandayaj, e fallow KABTU BOCSD. Leans Ju7 . ToleioEx. Ae'n. Columbo 10KA. M. 5-L'iP. M 12.10 A.M. Arm at Delaware. 11M " Prcsneet 11.29 " 6.13 6.) 7.02 8.10 8.32 9.0 9.42 10.. 1S 2.00 2..W i3t M 5.40 6.48 8.06 S.40 I.:3 Utrum 11 SO " U. BendukyliVP. M Carey L19 " r'estoria 1.6" " Pemberrille- t3S " Toledo S. " Detroit 8.1.. " P.M. KOITU BOI XD. Lwx: Detroit 7.50 A. M Toledo 10.40 " Arrive nt Femberville.ll.27 " oria12.;3 P. JL Carey. 12.M " V. bandiuky.. 1.10 " Marion 1.4X " Prospect 2."i " 3.10 A. M. 5.55 P. M. 6.42 " 7.18 " 7.49 " " .UT " . " .j2 " 10.45 ' 6.50 I 11.15 12.44 2 OS 3.11 3.-10 5.14 5.54 6.4S KM Delaware I xlumtuk.. TniognCnelie between BKTBO IT and I'OLCXBIH bih Enpraee Tralna. Connectionf made In Union DepoLat roluml.rw. lor ewaric, jumesviiie, urjnuK, Dnxnuinih r anrvf.r Atlu-ns. Marietta ana l 1 l.i. ..'- ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 6 December 1878

THE JEFFERSONIAN . ssued Every Friday Morning. Terms of Subscription : mm Yew...... Six Month. ... Three Month. . $3 00 1 00 50 City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure) of Mails at tm Find la j Post-Offlco. fsrABrrC. Cares Bwck C A C. It, fcOO a. m. UB.41 l,MH.tv0aonth, 11:16 a. m. S-irth. 4:46 p a. AASIVA.". Care. Branch C. . A C KB.. p. a. .tii. tm.yoing South. I1US m. - .Von. 4:43 P m. ra4dy.f uursdar eudSiardaySa-n tredneeday o4 i?aiurdey.al 1 f. and Hatorday, Ulpm. Oa AijM. OUom. SMMoJte. etior.nt OtJ- w-Taeadav aod rrldy. at 7 a. ? Beale RuioeUmUtK and PtndUton-frlaaft BOROUGH OFFICERS. Hirer William Venoe. VUrk-W I. Piatt. TYsatarer Dave, t. Davis." . ,. J JtrkU Jams Jt. Byal. - - Hrc &Mawwr-l'Ba Acker. O -;. Palmer, A. Brown.. D. Hospl w- Jt. Kir hi o, freak Karat, Men., and O. E BMT t&fft3r' - tuft of Imot ore ait Win. Vase). J. A BiM,t1l r. K.imiu-n. tiUA-W ill Um Bdwerd. D. C PDr.J. U lAarllte.Or r.C Ballard, '5r7 Dfrir-Char1 B Hall, J. R CJart, l A- Bald...

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. — 6 December 1878

ginahn geffersoman. H B. BiXSLEt Editor tad Proprietor. p PnMu ilpfet statement for No ,v.r.r sn increase of over ?o,- tCUiv sjw- . 000,000, but a total net decrease since Jane of over fS.OOOflua . r at.t. for 5.000.000 of 1865 K-20 bonds bu been made. The 4 per cents axe going off so rapidly that the 5-20'i will rapidly disappear. rr a tw ia nff in the Senate with xeeoiation of inquiry on the Southern showed his band uauiulvu . . as a Presidential candidate by raising objection to prevent immediate acuwt. A CLSVKLasD man, after five year of study claims to bave discovered iu trv nf nerneta il motion. He fTr. shires for sale in the right for A4M strut .knit 1W,VW t-cwu- once. t .t, ftnorfl wife of Sir Francis ft -v. Vmrlnnd. is ouder arrest for VTWVVU, w -o . ... . attempt to palm off a f pnnous child upon him aa one born of her, her ob jeet being to gain control of the estate on the death of Bit F rancis. . Col. Pextojt, the nephew of bis tt-.i. Qa mm v and Smith Weed, the lUCU - j...

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. — 6 December 1878

Mil JUST LOOK nnn 11U11LI ! The largest, Finest, and Most Complete line of FOOT WAKE erer brought to Findiaj, has just b3en receired by & our WINTEK GOODS, RUBBERS, RUBBER Call and Examine BOOTS and SHOES, Complete Assortment of FIXE GOODS. ye can Select ANYTHING jon want Durable CALFSKIN BOOTS. &e. Also a From our NEW STOCK THE LARGEST DRY GOODS STORE OT HANCOCK COUNTY. We have Jet opened the largest stock of Dry Goods ever known to have been received by any firm doing business in Flndlay. Our purchases this fall, notwithstanding the unusually low prices of goods, greatly exceed In amount what they have ever been before. These large purchases have been s8eessary by our constantly increasing trade, both in our whole sale &liis$aiil departments! As we are now supplying nearly all the mer elAitsWtrrdingc towns with their goods, we have been compelled to buy immense quantities in all kinds of goods. These goods have all been bongt'iflowest prices; andwe have taken more than...

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. — 6 December 1878

Columbus & Toledo R R Columbus & Toledo R R NEW ROUTE North, East, South, West. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Taking Effect May 26th. 1878. TBN a-asepee-r Tr Dail wax awsranyaj. fllwm r 5oTHMrsi). Zoe' ji JTiff El. - JMwto & V t Colunioas-1006A..M. 4.151. M. 12.10A.M. Delaware.-. ,-1J.H,.. . PropeeLJ.H. MSTV-" i : 11J -: '- 6.13 6.40 ' 7.tf . AW fi.4-2 .: l.i.45 2J.0 2.S8 ' 3.S ' 4.44 5.40 ' CM KlS ' i &. ' t.S5 P. Carey Festorfa...- 1-5' PrmherKU- 'Vf Toledo,, S.3S Detroit,.,, fe.13 ; : 1 : SrQKIH JBl B rteunrt.,,, ,,, T.60 A- -M . Mr6t ' ''' ' Carey C. tjandtuiy..' I. r ''" 8.10 A. M. I: 1 6. " : ' 7.49 ' . H.3 .or. " . f..50 P. M. .11.1? ' 1Z44 A. 2 W " 3.11 3.56 " 5.14 " 5.M " 6.45 " 8.30 " rrocpe u, a.i .-.r f,j t.- " Beiaa-arc,,,., , 9.52 " .10.45 TtaMfhroM'braklwffi DETROIT 4 : COkraiVt'l boib UprtH trli. ...'' . Connectine made in I'nion Depot,et CWum tu, for Vcwark, Zanesville, Cin:lrviJle. Chillioothc, Pr(rtr3oltii, Lenner, Athens, Marietta and Parketsbarr: at Marion...

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. — 13 December 1878

TB JEFFERSONIAN ssuei Every fri-ia? Burning, reniMol arcriptioi : ttue Year. .... Six Months.. Three Months 2 00 '"" 1 00- 50 City and County Directory. ! and Departure) of eait a Find lay Pot-Offlce. BsrAKTUa. y . nil. rMg suk. ' aaaivai. it ''m- jforik. P m- DsPABTOas. r,iilllliarJ!r.M .. . iin-kutmn and Kwig'4 Comer. .eiu-l-v Aadr-AtnrdAV.All P "- r'iA-z'wit. WiUiamuown ana i faesday ja a-i,, OUawa, Roanoke, "elmore. and Wtt 6M.TtfMdAT.MMl rrld.v 7 A. . ad rtatorciay, aw p. Bio Ridge&aniey ana rr Vctta5' adOrt e OrASer- Dally At v " SOROUGH OFFICERS. Mayor William Vane. Cier-W. r. t.U TVemurir-Oae. T. Davis. Marthal Jam It. Byal Utreri Cjmmimtonerl mu Acaer. Attorney t A. Bope. u , OoneU-K. eimer, A. Brown. D. Honpl P. W. Klr-n'n fran Karat, Hen.. aosl C. K Seymour. .... oo-rf of improvement if m. Vance. J. A. Boo, il l r. K.un-0 u. s. -William Kdrsrdt. D riihv. J. U Liiavtlle.Or f.C aHA' I, vV ul. Veuee. M. O. Hotter, W i Par-cr. rs, Henry Koo u , u Cemetery OirecOtrVuTle B ...

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. — 13 December 1878

mJS JJeffmottiatt. Fladlsy. Ohio Dec 13. X. h. BaLSLEY. Editor and Proprietor. Cossxrso favors the renomlnation of Grant for Preri dent in 1880. Tm 4hat on the Blaine resolution commenced in the Senate on Wednes day -- A bill to abolish the lower grade of Custom Hon sea. is being prepared to belaid before Congress. CBOsnr, of Oregon, is no more. He was a notable man with a notable nose, but is notable no more. Hos. Thos. Ewrjie, and Senator Jones, of Sevada, hare purchased the stock of the James River and Kanawha e&naL Thk sapient Baylor is a man of modest merit as was demonstrated by the resolution he offered in the House on the 9th. The Secretary of the Treasury has issued another call for 5,000,000 5 20 bonds, which indicates that the re funding proceeds satisfactorily. ATT0R5KT GKSKRAI. DEvKSS, it is said will be elevated to the position of U. S. Circuit Judge. This will leave a vacancy in the cabinet to be filled. Pick Kirs, who contested the election of Enright to be Clerk...

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. — 13 December 1878

STL The Largest, Finest, and Most Complete Line of FOOT WARE ever brought to Findlay, Im & Call and Examine our WINTER GOODS, Durable' CALFSKIN BOOTS and SHOES, RUBBERS, RUBBER BOOTS, Ac. Also a Complete Assortment of FIXE GOODS. From our NEW STOCK yon can Selrct ANYTHING you want. CARNAHANS. We have an unprecedented variety of goods suitable for HOLIDAY PRESENTS now on sale. Tnese goods are all useful and at the same time well adapted to the Holiday Trade. We have Ladies' and Gents' Silk Handkerchiefs. Ladies' Mink,Seal and Otter Purs,Childrens' and Misses' Furs,' all' styles, Ladies' City-Made Sacques, Ladies' Paisley Shawls.Ladies' New Style Wool en Shawls. Our variety is so large we hope every one wishing goods of this class will call on lis before purchasing. We have a large stock of Ladies' Kid Gloves all colors. Ladies and Misses' Hosiery, Nubias, Misses' Hoods. All kinds of Dress Goods from Calicoes to Silks in greater variety than will be found in any other store in Han...

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. — 13 December 1878

Columbus & Toledo R. R NEW ROUTE North, East, South, West. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Taking Effect May 26th, 1878. Tare Paws eager Train Dally rrpt ftays). iwilewt XOBTH BOrVD. - MaC Ex. Tdio Ex. Columbus 1(1 05 A. M. 5.1A P. An rt'maf IicUware.ll.0S C13 " pro-sect ., 11.2 " C-W ' Mtriw 11.60 " :sa " V. fendukr2..VP. M. .10 " rey 1.19 " " IwsvorU. l.o7 " 9.05 " I'emtrvllle.. 2Jt' " . ' Frt A- Afn. 12.10 A. M. 2.00 "13 " 3.34 - 4.54 " 5.40 " C.4S ' .U " 9.40 " 3.30 10.S0 " ,8.15 " 12.45 " 1.3S P. M. ROCTH BOrXD. Ism Detroit. 3.10 A. M. .50 P. t. 65 KM. 11.15 " 6.42 " 12.44 A. 7.1H " 2 03 " 7.19 " 3.11 " 8 35 " S.tfi " 5.14 " 9 2S " 6A4 9.52 ' 6.45 - 10.45 - 8.30 " Toledo- Arrivt at PemberviileJ1.27 Fostoria 12.C3 P. 51. Carey 1?5 ' r. fcandusky 1.10 " Marion 14 " Proepect ,, . 2.10 " Delaware 2. " Columbus,,. , 1.J0 " Thre-gli Co iw lies Between DETROIT sum COs.lJIIH.sl EifRH TralH. Connection!" made In I'nion Depot.at Columbus, for Newark, Zanexville, Cin4eville, Chillicothe, Portsmou...

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. — 20 December 1878

TEE JEFFERSONIAN issued Every Friday Morning. ol Subscription.:, Terra Uoe Tew ' Six Months , Three Morula ..$2 00 ... 1 00 ... 50 City and County Directory. arrival and Departure of Mall at Find lay Poet-Offlca. (rrro. 0- Co V. KB.., trW - North, : P- - - ; rea, TWo. ZV a- ffSTtT -f w-laV.f hunsve"."; v.iu.iy ui Saturday. i aud tfetttrday, at 1 p. m. , mMi QO- HL HUieeJSLanlev and t-endUton-rridajM wtoS) andPvrtW Center -DJ sllP" SOROUGH OFFICERS. liawor WJUim V.nof. C1r-W f. P.iut. ,m , JVMMKr-Mn. T. iru-All Jarao M. By'-Hirt-l Crm miu:otr i ua Acker. oZZeU-K. fumer. A. Brown.'. D. HoopJ. p.- V. flrmia. frnk Knt, Hen.. aad C. K- BfSr4 aifweaunb-Wa. Vance. J. A Board tf fott-WiUi.m B4rd. D . C KUU.r. J. U UaHe.Or r.C HUrd. wm. JSr cioai-ll.lfc. O ay. laM Fel- 'cf?7iMrr.-Chart-B Hall. J- R. Clark, A. B4lriQ. COUNTY OFFICERS. UaM FUx- Jmdfft -H. U Uode tu4(or- Jowpta H Krr- Trmurmr ffler Hosier. Keeortfer-I'Meph H. o!wtHer. FrtleJuIj ' B. Mail.aaa. IIMf-trl C. f rlteh. fr-mfntiitg 4'...

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. — 20 December 1878

tfinabn faff Fta4lr Oss Pe 1878. H H. BaLSLET. Editor u FTwprleter. Bx,un' BUI baa pateed. Gold and Greenback are at par, and mampttoo b a thing ot the peat- Ts Potter Committee met on Mon day bot new a cipher did they r igh for. The Hoods in the East, caused by tbe raina of last week were very de- atraetive. Jomr C. Uixebt. of Miami eoant j baa been nominated for Marshal of the Southern District of Ohio. Mrs. Gaots c-aim for acrip for 80,000 aeres of land in Louisiana baa been rejected by the Land Claim Com elation. Black had a holiday in tbe Senate on Monday, effectually blocking tbe moves of tbe Democrats, and beating them at every pain'. Pkisckss Alice, Grand Duchess of Hesse Darmstadt, died on tbe Htb, o diDtheria. She was the third ebild and second daughter of Queen Victoria. Fostxb is evidently tbe coming man for Governor. And he will take the prize Jt as he captured the old Ninth District first time be ran for Congress Hewitt's bill providing the Treas arer shall redeem silv...

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. — 20 December 1878

WW! The Largest, Finest, and Host Complete Line of FOOT WARE ever brought to Findlay, has just been received by Cafl and Examine our WIXTER GOODS, Durable CALFSKIN BOOTS and SHOES, RUBBERS, RUBBER BOOTS, ire. Also a Complete Assortment of FINE GOODS. From our NEW STOCK yon can Select ANYTHING you want. C 4-B'NAHANS.w We have an unprecedented variety of goods suitable for HOLIDAY Tnese goods are all useful and at the same time wail ad Anted to the Holidav Trade. We have Ladies and Gents' Silk Uink,Seal and Otter Furs,Childrens' and Misses' Furs, all styles, Ladies' City-Made - Sacques Ladies' Paisley Shawls.Ladieb', New Style Wool en Shawls. Our variety is so large we hope every one wishing goods of this class will call on us before purchasing:. We have a large stock of Ladies' Kid Gloves all color3. Ladies and Misses' Hosiery,; Nubias, Misses' Hoods. v All kinds of Dress Goods from Calicoes to Silks in greater variety than will be found in any other store in Hancock County. Everythi...

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. — 20 December 1878

FAITH. FAITH. H. C. HAYDEN. 17 kmp of Hope bas grown bo feeUy I grope end feel my way like one that blind; I aeek in tain with trembling heart to flod A beUer j thit !eadeth unto Mm I laid, mj lamp is filled with heavenly on, So bright it borned and then the nar row way Seemed broad enough and easy; but to-day I find what then was pleasure now is totL 111 rise and take my feeble light again Although I know that pilgrims on the way, In passing me, triumphantly will say, An on trimmed lamD hath caused him all his pain Assure! at length, if I sincerely pray, That when my lamp goes out it will be day. Above The Clouds. Probably the unrest and highest rock in the known world is the South Dome of Yosemite. Standing at the fork of the upper Taller, it rears itself, a solid rocky IoaL 0,000 leet above the ground. more powerful hand than that of a Titan nas cut away the eastern nan, leaving sheer precipice orer a mil in height o man ever trod tne top or this dome until last year. Former visi...

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