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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 25 October 1872

I J J?. ?. I5 IFOIiJF'U CO., Proprietors. Let us have Faith that Eight makes JSJiffht, and in that Faith let us to the end dare to do our Duty as use understand if. Abraham Likcolh. TFBJISTico Dollars Per Annum ' VOL XVIII-NO XXIV. FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 25. IS72. WHOLE NUMBER 673 DC WDLfE,! - WttLfK, t Edltare. BiniutkyBtrteU IM Door Motto PottOfflm. ine lopr, one rear. Mix mouth Three months ..12 00 -TOR PEIKTIXG. tfavlnrtnailarearidltlnriSUoaretabl h mml lu tne aliape of material of the latest atyie.eod having employed experienced and ireful arorkroeu, we arc prepared to execute order lor every variety of fusm ABD Kakct oa Paiirrmo with neatne anddlsitch The addition ol tMeam rowwwormuuu mentation! " great advantages over moat eoontryol'0'",n me "ay 01 iuw pn tm r all wn -h-j grliflious. FIRST PREhBtTZRIAX CHURCH, Rev pastor. Services every babbath at I o'clock. A. .ad7 o'clock. P. M. Hab batli School 12 o'clock, A. M. Prayer Meet- ln7 o'clock f. M...

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 October 1872

JEFFEKSONIAN: HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBEi: - ?S72 Wit Mtfittmm. OPPICE: Smdmtky JStntl,ftrtt Doer Bait of Poll Ofltf PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TEEIS: 12 CO Fer ltacsvla limit FINDLAY, OHIO, Friday. Uormlmct Oct. 25, 1 1 1872 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOB PEMIDEXT, ULYSSES S. GRfttiT. OflilinoU. FOK yiCaVPBESIDKXT, HEtiRY WILSCfJ. or Uuadimetu. KLECTCES AT LABGZ. JOHN C. LEE. ALPHONSO IlAIiT. DISTlaCT KLECTOES. DttTg. 1. JOSHUA IL BATES-. .' 2. WILLIAM E. DAVIS. 3. THOMAS MOOEE. 4. WILLIAM ALLEN. 5. MATTHEW C. HALE. 6. GEORGE B. UATSES. 1. MAECUS BOGGS. 8. CHARLES rilELLIS. 0. JOHN a JON E3. 10. CHRISTOPHER C. KEECH. 11. HOMER C. JONES. 12. LUTHER DONALDSON. 12. ISAAC SilUCETEL Z(JlL KIRBY. 15. CHARLES H. GEOSVEKOR 10. JONATHAN T.UPDEGRAF. 17. JOSHUA A. RIDDLE 18. JOHN R.BUTCHEL. 19. AARON WILCOX. 20. JOHN C. GRANNIS. AN EXPLANATION WANTED. The Rev. IL Baerkle, the German Lutheran minister in' this place, on the ere of the October election, wrote a bitter find abusi...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 25 October 1872

- i THE JEPFERfcONIAN: FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO, FKIDAf MORNING, OCTOBER 25. 1S72. PRIDAT K-BKIXff. OCT. 25, i372. -T A T H,"H1 IT.. lU-L. I VANDALIA SHORT LINE mm n iin rm i irnTi rm mnm SU-L. tHAniiJb Uf TIM. On and after Monday, June 3d, Trains -will leave and ar rive at Indianapolis as follows WESTWARD-LEAVE. P. M . P. M IM P M 0P. M.. .Paifie T.xvrm MU Iulii Exprw EASIWiBD ARRIVE. a a. m Id: 15 A. M P. M. :' P. M. Fast Um Mail AUanticExprc. JOHW E. SIKPSOH. Onmral SavrlmtBdeBt, I i EvnviiiMt.ii Niht Express Taa Ret. 1 II Long will preach in the Presbyterian church next Sun day morticg and evening. a (Jorrecllon. Ecv. Kennedy, whese death by suicide we noticed list w-eek, was Dot a brother of itcv. O. Kennedy, as staled. Found. On the McComb road, wert of Find lay, a small cum of money, wbicn tee owner can get by calling cn A. C. Worden, describing it and p: ing lor this notice. Serenade. The parties who favor- ed as wi'.h such ex client matic last Friday evening will pleas...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 25 October 1872

THE JEFFERSOMAN. FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING OCTOBER 25, 1872. Home and Farm. [From the Prairie Farmer.] The Poetry and Prose of Beekeeping. LESSONS TO BE LEARNED. First, That will not do for ny on with limited menu and little or experience cat looe Irom efery thtog el and engage in bee keeping for a livelihood. Second. That it will not do to de pend upon the majority of the eUte mentJ of extraordinary profiU in bee keeping, as these atatemente are gen erally made by those having some selfish object In view ; some patent tire or extractor to sell, or a great desire o see their names in public taint These statements may be true but will not do to base any estimates troon as to the profits of bee keeping. Third. Whoever goes into bee keeplnz largely, without any previous experience, will be very likely to mws the poetry, experience the prose ana Wima well accruainted with the blank verse blank of pleasure and profits. la order to make bee keeping in the highest degre...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 1 November 1872

.B. O. DE WOLFE CO., VOI XVIII-NO XXV. PnprSetm. Let us hare Faith that Bight makes Might, and in that Faith let FINDLAY. HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO.' FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1S72 ua to the end dare to do our Duty an ite understand it. Abba TERMS Two Dollars Per Annvm WHOLE Sic Mfeomau. t t ESltwrs. Stndueky Street: Ftrtt Door EoeLol Pott Offim On yofy, one year. 180 (.Tax montna. -T'H PBINTIN3. HaTluf-iuadelarireaddlllonatooarestabllsb- oi an ui anaps oi uuunmi vi uw styla.aud having amploysd xperiflnoad nd eareful work men, we are prepared to execute order lor every variety of Fuais to Fahct iai Pllirnw with aeaUie and UUpatca. T a addition ol Bteam Power Io oar establish ment aflorrts as (real advantages over moat Btr OVOHllUMWir Ol WW pm uu fa vnrv l I w in ana pbotbtiumw. StrUgUM. WlBJiT PR TKRIAN CI1 VE CII. K Y ' i Pastor. Bet-rice every Habbatta at ' 10V(e'eleek,A.M.,aiul7 o'clock, P. M. Hab bath Scao&l 13 o'clock, A. M. Prayer Kent- ta I o clock p. M., Tbnraday neuiaf. co...

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 November 1872

THE JEFFERSONrAN: FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, !S72. Wat MtSttsmim. OFFICE: Sandwt Street, Firtl Door Matt of Pott Office PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAT. TIMS: $2 CO Per ksca, li Mrme, FINDLA.Y, OHIO, Friday. Morning;, Not. t, tts 1872 The National Republican Ticket. FOR PRESIDIXT, ULYSSES S. GRANT. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, HENRY WILSON. Elector at Large, JOHN C. LEE, ALPHOXSO UAfiT. District Elector, 1. Joshua II. Bates, 2. William E. Davis, 3. Thomas Moore, 4. William Allen, 5. Matthew C. Hale, 6. George R. Haynes, . 7. Marcus Bogps, 8. Charles Phellis, 9. John S. Jones, 10. Christopher Columbus Kcech, 11. Ilomer C. Jones, 12. Luther Donaldson, 13. Isaac Smucker, 14. Isaac M- Kirby, 15. Charles II. Grosvenor, 16. Jonathan T. Updcgrafr, 17. Joshua Anderson Riddle, 18. John R. Buchtel, Aaron Wilcox, John C. Urannis. The National Republican Ticket. Arouse, Republicans ! Your Opponents Rely Upon Your Apathy to Secure a Victory in Ohio Next Tuesday! By eo other means c...

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 November 1872

THE JEFFER&0N1AN: FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO, FKIDAT MORNING. NOVEMBEE I, 1S72. nltlas Jfffersxratan. vsmAT MOBWM. X0V.1. 1872. VA3STDALIA SHORELINE SDffllR CHARGE OF UK On and after Monday, Jane 3d, Trains -will leave and ar rive at Indianapolis as follows : i WESTWARD 1JIA YE. : P. M, -(JO P. -1: P M :P. at Pacific Express Bt. IXHita Express Evansville Mall i N lgbt Express EASTWARD AUKIVE. : A. M 10-.1& A. M 6 P. M :W P. M .Accomodation .Atlantic Expn oeh e. sncpsoir, ; Oeaeral Snwarlateadaat. F. Our Premium ! Thesorn crop of this oonnty, the present season, fat perhaps tbe largest and beat ever take pains to get the beat variety of seed, lt m itmmmt fm-rmr in Um ennnt wftnld would make a difference of many thousand dollar. That It may be the mean 'improv ing tba varieties grown In this oonnty, we of fer a premium of I to I er any TEN DOLLARS sion, lor the beat ten ears of corn grown In tbe coon ty the present year. Thla premium will be open to eompetltlon nntll Decemb...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 1 November 1872

THE JEFFERSONIAN : FINDLAY, HANCOCK COtJNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER L 1872. v Home and Farm. Introducing Queens Safely. Introducing queens is by no meant a wn&ll matter to the apiarian who breeds none but choice queens. Vari ous plans have been given by emi nent bee keepers, bat none can be relied npon with safety. After testing the most approved plans, and by so doing having a number of fine queens stung and smothered to death, I began to think that in this, as well as any other branch of bee keeping, some natural and unvarying law lay at the founda tion; By thoronghly investigating matter, I found that the virgin as well as lajing queens can in every case be given safely to any colony under any circumstances. In the estimation of some of our "alow to believe," this may seem to be saying a great deal, bat let ms erplain. In introducing queens we must always keep in view the following principles : 1. According to nature, queens enter none but their own tenement 2. Queens...

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 November 1872

11 n o. ,,f H WW ,. X-2 WOLFE CO., Proprietor. Let vg have Faith that llight tnaken Might, and in that Faith -tat " to tht tttrl itar to tin our !utu t -re uinterstaml It. Abbarax Lihcoik. TJEB31S 2- iKAlam Per Annvnt VOL- XVIII-NO XXVI. FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER S, IS72. YrH01E NUMBER 675 -r ' "Tvc',o - WlHi MOT i & IW&H mm ) i? he tttmmim. z. -. J. uB ri.n, I i E41lr-. 8 ludtuky Street: firtt Door Kattof PottOJlce. (One -opy, one yrair TUBUS:kh numb- .Three ruouLLs , i2M . I IK. PltlNTINO. Sent In Hie -lis-.t of i-atenalof tlieUuaJ trie, and ha-m employed experienced end careful -roricmeu. we are prrvunA to execute orde m lor e-ery v net y or r a i . i " " v Jos Pbi-tixo with owitnese and dUpalcn. T he adl iUun ol Hearn Power U our elablln mentaflord. a. ,r.t '' '"'; .nnnlrTofflmln the vaf of low price and f (. work Call wltu n and be convinced. trlRhT PttEABI TfRlAN CHURCH. Rev Hrvtcea everr fttoth t I9V4 o'clock, A. Mod7 o'clock. V. M. -- b-...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 8 November 1872

THE JEFFERSONIAN : FINDLAY. HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, IS72. Wfc gf&nsofian. OFFICE: rtel. Pint Door Eat I of fait Ogle PUBLISHED EVERY FRIO AT. TIMS: 12 00 Per Iieib, Ii ldmee. FINDLAY, OHIO, Frid7. Maniac, Not. 8. 1 1 i 1872 TO OUR PATRONS! The election ever, we expect now to devote oar time to making oar paper of more interest to the geoer si reader. We ask our friends to in teres I themselves from the present time until the first of the coming yei-- extend the circulation of the Jztfrsoxia. City papers are now getting ont flaming prospectuses with large promises lor the jesr 1873. We will promise that our pa per shall "take so step backward'' so far as improvement is concerned. We believe our past will guarantee what our future will be in this re spect. We hope no one and cer tainly no Republican will interest himself In procuring subscribers for foreign psper until he has done all in his power for his local paper. We are often complimented by atrsn ge...

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 November 1872

THE JEFFESfeONlAN: FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1872. fnATMOMmfg. KOV.8,1872, VANDALIA SHORT LINE SUMMER CHANGE OF TIME. On and after llonday, June 3d, Trains will leave and ar rive at Indianapolis as follows WESTWARD—LEAVE. 9: P. M. WlO P. M. 1:W P M. :) P. M. Pacific Ft press Bt. Louis Express Evsmvliie au Sight Express EASTWARD—ARRIVE. : A. M 10:lS A. M 6JW P. M :U0 P. M Test Line Mall .Accomodation .Atlantic Exp" JOHN E. SIMPSON. General Superintendent. Our Premium! The com crop of this eounty, the present eon.le perhaps tbe Urge and beat ever Crown. If every tanner in wwumj take pains U get the best variety of seed. It would mare difference of many thousand dollars. That It may be Uis means ofimprov- Inc the TarteUes frown Is this eonnty, we of fer a premium of TEH DOIXARS forth bast tea ears of corn grown In the eonn ty the present yaar.,.Th- premHun wUl be onen for competition nntU Oecember 1st. A committee of three disinterested persons, ap poin...

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 November 1872

THE JEFFERSONIAN : FINDLAY. HANCOCK COTJKTY. OHIO. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8. 1S72. Home and Farm. Special Correspondence Special Correspondence Cincinnati Gazette. AGRICULTURE IN OHIO. Special Correspondence Cincinnati Gazette. AGRICULTURE IN OHIO. Statistics from the Annual Report. Special Correspondence Cincinnati Gazette. AGRICULTURE IN OHIO. Statistics from the Annual Report. COLUMBUS, O., Oct. 29. The forthcoming report of U.e Ohio State Bow f Agriculture, for 1S.1, present-tlie et-ti-iic- of crops, etc , by counties. I append herewith tie leading facta : WHEAT. D&rke County put more acre? in wheat than any other (5C,:83) -raised 6 9,355 bushels. Seneca beat her, however, ral-irg TUS.849 Duhel from 42,400 acres, leading the State. Stark comes next, with 59,902 tush els ; Champaign fourth, with C08,22G; Jliami next, 598,150; Wayne next, 573,025 ; and Montgomery next 559,- 289. The previous year tlcntgoracry led with 454,227 bushels. Geauga County put in the sm-llt-t number...

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 November 1872

r r in 9. " JS.GipE WOLFE 4b CO., Proprietors. Let us have Faith that Eight make JligJit, and In that Faith let us to the end dare to do our Duty as we. understand it. Abbahak Lihcoljt. TFIiJISTtco Dollars Fer Annum vol:xviiino xxvii. FiNDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FKIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1872.- ggr 1 I--!'", in in in iii i mi maiinui. i'i miii , m nuimuaj.-Mu.iMi .1 iniiii.Taiwwii'" i' ii Vimsww irVf'Vy " ' (BuiiiiMijfi nwni'i' i, ' " i i-,,,. ,M , , n,- , , , ... ' J. OR WI.FE, UK WttLrcI I t Editara. 8 Ldtuky tftretl: nrst Door East of PottOJfc. fKRKS f One xipjr, one jrear Ulv n..nlha .Three months. 00 109 TOR PBINTIiVO. u.. ..i.iuoHHiifiiAoareiUibllab' meut in tiie ahape of material of """"i-" atyle.aud having employed erperiencrf and careful workmen, we are prepared u execui ordera lor every variety of l'"'"'""'-' Job Pkimtlbo with neawe anddiapatch. The id. m"ol Hteam Power to onreHtabllah mentifloM. t. sreet dv.?t. over mot .onntrroffleM In the way of low prtea and tt w...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 15 November 1872

THE JEFFERSONIAN: FINDLAY. HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY MORNING, JfOYEMBER 15. 1S72. Witt Mtfittmxm. OFFICE: fca, atrtt . rrnt Door Komlef PettOSlt PPBUSHTD EVXRT rRIPAT. Till J: 12 00 Per issia, ii lirace. FIND LATi OHIO, Friday. Karmimc, Xow.l5ttit 1812 THE GREAT CALAMITY. The burning of acres of fine palatial buildings in the basinets centre of one of the wealthiest cities of the land is s calamity that the mind can scarcely grasp. Previous to the Chicago dis aster of a little over a year ago the news would probably have produced a panicky feeling, bat by comparison with that the calamity which visited Boston last Saturday and Sonday ba been received in a calm matter-of-fact manner that surprises even ourselves. The mind seems to reason that if the business of the country can withstand the swallowing up of 8180,000,000 at Chicago there is no cause for fear when half that amount is obliterated in the older and more wealthy city of Boston, There is however, a species of falsa reaso...

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 November 1872

THE JEFFER&0N1AN : FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1S72. uia ite Corner A BIG STIR ! Lively Times on the Old Corner. ALL GOODS Sold at Less than the mm OF THE iVD A GRAND RUSH IS THE RESULT. m ill And you will get there ! SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ! ARB OFfKBZD IV Ladies Dress Goods, In all the New Colors and Fabrics. Ready Made Goods for Ladies and Children. A BIG STOCK OF Gloves. Hosiery. ILace Collars, Silk Ties, Hand kerchiefs, and FANCY GOODS GENERALLY TO BE BOLD AT I Closing out the Entire Stock of LADIES' FURS, AT 50c ON THE DOIXAB. Dress Flannels, Shirting Flannels, AND ALL WOOLEN GOODS Sold on a BASIS of "Wool at 40c per lb. Go into the Back Boom and you can buy Ready Made Cloth ing:, Hats & Caps, Cheaper than you ever bought them 1 Wh V- r.WOrrnatc U nr. QlllO U VerCOaiS aUU OU I lb, FOR MEN AND BOYS, That never fail to suit. Mrs.A.C. Lindsay WILL IK rCTCSK BE FOCltD AT Old White Conner 1 WITH AH IMMENSE STOSK OF Millinery! a n rl F A N P.Y Gf...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 15 November 1872

THE JEFFERSONIAN: FINDLAY. HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, IS72. SWORD AND PLOW. Who fc' t tbl bis end TV. " ,1,, Ad b. called W ter To part tran his coons sn H. for hJ.w, he called for his .word Daa p'jui, good ad brave ; Tbey brought him both at their tether! word, Aad tans be his blessings r : My lint-born bob, my pride and might. Do thou my sword retain ; Hr rattle on the lordly height. And nil my bright domain. -Ob the, my well loved younger boy. My plow I here bestow, A p 1 U abalt thon enjoy. In theqnlet Tale below. Contented sank the aire to rest. Bow all wat given away ; The sen held trne his dying bebett. E'en on their dying day. jrew tell na what 'came of the ctel of fame, Of the easUe and 1U knight! And tell na what eame of the rale so tame. And the bumble peasant wight ? O, ask not of me what the end may be? Ask the country round ! TheeasUe is dost, the sword is nut. The height,! bat desert ground. Bat the Tale spreads. wide In the golden pride Of aot...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 22 November 1872

l Uu; --jm ' , M if 1' fc- V A . at. A. ?. DE WOLFE 4b CO., Proprietors. Let us hnre Faith tha Right make- Jfirjht, and in that Faith let t to the end dare to do our Duty n tre understand it. Abraham Lihcolk. - TEHJISTtco Dollars Per Annum VOL.XVIII-XO XXVIII. FIND LAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, NOYEMBKR 22, 1S72. WHOLE NUMBER 677 f lie Mkxmm. . . I J. WOLFE, .1 I t Editors. S'.aaajty Street: Ptrtt Door Eattof Pa t Office. I One topr, out year. Mix moiulu Ture mntUs... 200 1 IK) T'H PRINTING. Havin;iualelanealdltlonstooiiretabllsli- lu I li auajie oi uuiwnu 01 stria, and bavin employed experienced and careful workmen, we are prepared to execute ordrlreery tnetyof rXais r a.vct Iob PRtirrwo wltb otni- and dmpafii . Tn ad-lition ol stm Power to our euoIUi. ment affords as reat adrantaert over roost evtatryafflwwtnthaway of low price and t s work Call with us and b convinced. gHifliOttf. FIRST PBE&BXTKR1AN CIJUXCH. Rev. E. Mtwe factor. Hervlcea every HabOatli at o'clock...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 22 November 1872

THE JEFFERSONIAN : FINDIAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY.MORNING. NOVEMBER 22, 1872. SL mm saman. OFFICE: ra,iA Htreet. f.rH Door Eatlof PottOJe-rtreT.TS"ETl EVERT FRIDAY. TIIIS: 12 09 Per Ieesz, la linm FIND LAY, OHIO, Friday. -Soralng, !foT.22,:n 1872 THE DEMOLIBERAL POW-WOW. On lest Friday the Erecutive Com xnittea of the Democratic and Liber al ptrties la this State, together with about 150 representative members of ei-her party, met at Columbus lor tbe purpose of counsel and consolation. The meeting was not a full represen tation of tbe par tie, cs cn'y eight out of twenty committeemen re (ponded to tbeir tames. Tbe Liberals took tbe initiative, end, early in the morning, got together and adopted a eiiesof reolutioiiS recommending a reorgadzaUcn of tbe Liberal Repub licans under tbe name cf the Liber al party, and suggested a like course to all partie3 which have cooperated with tLcm in tbe recent carspaign. Tbey also suggested, "in pkfe o! enr present non committal petition on...

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 1872

THE JEFFER&0N1AN : FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FKIDA Y MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1S72. Corner" A BIG S Lively Times on the Old Corner. ALLG00DS Sold at Less than the nmrmii or THE A SI) A GRAIO BU! IS THE RESULT. T-TTHi And you will get there ! SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ABE FH:KD IN Ladies Dress Goods, In all the New Colors and Fabrics. Ready Made Goods for Ladies and Children. A BIG STOCK OF - Gloves, Hosiery, lLacc Collars, Silk Tics, Handkerchiefs, and FANCY GOODS GENERALLY TO BE BOLD AT NRIOfiHSl Closing: out the Entire Stock of . ft B m B AT 60c ON THE DOLLAR. Dress Flannels, Shirting Flannels, AND ALL WOOLEN GOODS Sold on a BASIS of "Wool at-40cperlb. Go into the Back Room and you can buy Ready filade Cioth tag, Hats & Gaps, Cheaper than you ever bought them! Overcoats and Suits, roc . rrTTn. jVl KIN A t I J i5UlO, That never fail to suit. Mrs.A.C. Lindsay Will. IS rCTTBB BE FCCSD AT Old White Comer I WITH AS IMMENSE STGSIK OF Millinery OflH FAWPY ftfinrlN dllll I nllU I UUUU...

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 1872

TKB JEFi'ERSOKIAX: FIND LAV HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY KOKNIXG. XOTh'MBER 22. 1S72. Home and Farm. AUTUMN SONG. Lctrai are Calling (though coal Is not,) And pompklna u yellow, and maids are bloc; Potatoes and apples begin to rot ; There 'smary a liver congested, too. Tbe dews Uy late on the cabbage leaf. And lb red, red beet forsakes the ground ; And lovers' wanderings grow more brief. And (ewer loafers are loafing around. The celery rivals the turnip fair ; Therel new delight in ILe tender bleak,; And boys go manebing the cbrstcat rare. Without one thought of the itomach-aebe. The-last of the-cattle allow Is seen; l b monitor squash to tbe cow Is fed ; Everything's brown tbat once was green, Kxeepl tomatoes, and they are red. The drowsy citizen bates to rise ; Tbe bash may be eoid, but so is tbe air ; Tls beaven to slumber, for now tbe files Are leas affectionate and more rare. And wbo is tbe busiest man we see? lis tbe Doctor, dashing by in bis cbale ; And well may be borry. yon...

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