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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 29 November 1872

JS. Q. DE WOLFE CO., Proprietors. Let v have Faith that Bight makes Might, and in that Faith let lis to the end dare to do our Duty as tee understand if. Abraham Lihcol. TEBMS Ttr o Dollars Per Annvm YOU XVIII-NO XXIX. FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1S72. WHOLE NTOIBER678 Wat Mtlittmm. K. i. i CLFr.l Edltars. t. wvtrci Smndm$kmntit fin Door Motto PoetOfUm. ttov 100 (One -xipy.ons Ji f k'BMH:-) Klx month fH PRINTING sent la Ue "" iiDerteuoed and , at.atror rU aaurawva ord.rs lor L DVtnMS and dispatch- Tb ' ""T .H..nii ovr most '"""'.mlU.ln tlie wy of low price, mod -ZvaTTwItli ns andbeeonvlnecd. ,IU. fMBUBTTKRIAN CHURCH, Rev. lfrL' ium. Mervlces everr riahoath at It oeloTt A. M..and7 o'clock, P. M. Kt il7h ho3 I o'eloca, A. M.Trayer Ml Sit eVloes: P. M.. Thursday evening. Cor- l.rnf Main and Hardin streets. riftsTvoxuneuA tion a l church.. Wn Kelerair,aator.lteioeeveiTtaWatB Z'uk o'clock. A. M and 7 M ttanoatB School l o'clock, I. M. Prayer Meet inKtoelor...

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 1872

J'liJi JiSFFliltaONlAN: FIND .AY, HANCOCK COUJTY. OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, NOT-r".'.b,;v29. 1S72. Wit Mdletswm- -, r. r T " Door"'"'0" EVERT FRIDAY. THIS: ti OH Per lcn. li lhuee. FINDLAY, OHIO THANKSGIVING. ThursdsT of this week, in accord uce with what baa become a national eoatom and in obedience to the proc lamation of the Chief Executive of the nation, was observed throngbou. the United Statelet a day of nations thankieivinz and prayer. cutom well becoming a Christian nation and ahoald be observed in the .. well m in the letter 01 we law. To the thoughtful atudent of I l,;.tnrr the linger oj OUT nsuoua J ., . ... God Is so plainly dlsoernable u the rise, progress and purification of oar young Bepnbuc wan Blnatration at onr hands. And these dealing of Providence, though al ways manifest, have been very dis aimi!ar. To the father who landed on Plymouth rock, Ilia manifesta tion was the "atO! email voice." To the pnrae proud nation which dotted thU continent with citiea and Tillages,...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 29 November 1872

THE JEFFERSONIAN: FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, IS72. T "Old White Corner" ABIGrSTIR! Lively Times on the Old Corner. ALL GOODS Sold at Less than the OF THE ASD A GRAND RUSH IS THE RESULT. FOLLOW THE CROWD And you will get there SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ! ABE crriciD IV Ladies Dress Goods, In all the New Colors and Fabrics. Ready Made Goods for Ladies and Children. A BIG STOCK G fores, Hosiery, Lace Collars, Silk Ties, Handkerchiefs, and FANCY GOODS GENERALLY TO UK BOLD AT AUCTION P81CES! Closing out the Entire Stock ot LADIES' FURS, AT 50c ON THE DOLLAR. Dress Flannels, Shirting Flannels, AMD ALL WOOLEN GOODS Sold on a BASIS of Wool at -40c per lb. Go into the Back Room and you can buy- Ready Made Cloth ing, Hats & Gaps, Cheaper than you eyer bought them! Overcoats and Suits, FOR MEN AMD BOYS, That never fail to suit. Mrs, A.C.Lindsay WILL IS FUTURE BE FOCKD AT Old White Conner I wiro ik IMMENSE STOCK OF Millinery! and FANCY GOODS. Everything: New and S...

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 1872

THE JEFFEffeONlAN: FIN'LAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FKIDAY MORNING, N J ''virt 29, 1S72. Home and Farm. Introducing Queens. Wei 1 receive J from Major Von 7. . : rienc. m little gk. for perfumer purposes, but which the piriDt, with characteristic isgctn itj, hv pTropriated for the pur pose of introducing queens surd uni ting bee. It is called by the French, la fratcJusettr,"ba, among druggists here it is known as the "atomizer," because it throws ont the liquid in atoms or fine spray, so fine as to be almost invisible. The mode of opera tion is as follows ; Mix a thimbleful ot peppermint essence with a half a glass of sweetened water ; shake well before using, or the pepperment will not be thrown oat with the water. Now open the hive which yon wish to in trodnce to, capture the black queen, and with the atomizer spray both sides ot every comb and the walla of the hive. After an interval of half a min. ate or so, give them the second spray. ing, so that every bee will get its pro porti...

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 1872

- Saw E. O, DE WOLFE CO., Proprietors. Let vs hart; Faith that Right moke Might, ami in that Faith let m to the end dare to do our Duty tre understand it. Abraham Limcolx. TFB3rsTwo Dollars Per Annum .YOI-'XVIII-NO XXX. FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, IS72. WHOLE NUMBER 679 As. . -A WW 0 bi irr.,i . J. i Lrt,l i editors. Sendmeky Street: Fkrtt Door East of fwtOJU. ( One Topy, one jrcmr. flCRMS: 1 tKJ i.Tbree wombs f -M PRIN1ING. MavliimadelaiKealltlcMiU,ourebUsh- n.ni .r iu:.LnalOf lljelaMSK style, and Uavuj employed " fenced nd careful mrtneu, w are prepared to e!f orders lor every irariety or K A 1 'iltVlL. Te addition olsio ino - niiuigunw - . ,j price ana C. CI. gtHgisa. rmr narrow jwggtfft " ' , um and Bardin street. rKlu.erTioe.eerybb.t at !! oTfTfi1 a . fct and 7 o'clock, M; Haotwto Hchoi 2 - grayer IDI 7 O clocs luunijr "' -- auatb of staio-Cross street. MSrllOUtHI KPIHCOPAL HURCH, Ber r 1. kTHenderD. Pastor, rvieverrfcab af Kabbatta Hctooul t o'cl...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 6 December 1872

THE JEFFERSOMAN: FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6. 1S72. OFFICE: BoaHuUy Strtl. Pint Door Zatt of Pott O&ee publuhtd every fridat. T21E3: M CO fer Issn, leasee. FINDLAY, OHIO, Friday. Moral kc, Deo. 6, j i i 18" 2 PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. We give large proportion of our Mce this week to this document It ia an able and interesting docu ment and is worthy of a careiul pe- rn1 ma r feA mv nothinZ in its commendalioB. It speaks lor itself. TO LIMA AND RETURN. On last Friday, in common with Knnt i Finn r.f thn citizens cf Fre- PUVHI V. v mont-Fostoria. Findlay, Bluff con and other places along the line of the road, we availed ourselves of the very kind invitation of the citizens cf Lima to come over and take dinner with them. According to the pro gramme a free train over the L. E. & L. RE., wss due at this place at 10 o'clock A. U , but it was fully 11 when it arrived. A large crowd Of our citizens lad assembled at the depot, bnt the lrHa was crowded to it re...

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 1872

THE JEFFERSONIAN; FINDLAY. HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO. FKIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, IS72. Old Wh ite Corner" A BIG STIR! Lively Times cn the Old Corner. ALL GOODS Sold at Less than the TO MARKET! 11 ANI A GRAfJO RUSH IS THE RESULT. FOLLOW THE CROWD And you will get there SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS RE CFFXBSD I Ladies Dress Goods, In all the New Colors and Fabrics. Ready Made Goods for Ladies and Children. be of A BIG STOCK Gloves, Hosiery, Lace Collars, Silk Ties, Handkerchiefs, and FANCY GOODS GENERALLY TO BS SOLD AT I lii) Closing out the Entire Stock oi LADIES' FURS, AT 60c ON THE DOTJiATl, Dress Eaimels, Shirting Plannels, AKD ALL WOOLEN GOODS Sold on a B-A-SIS oi "Wool at 40c per lb. Go into the Back Room and you can buy Ready Made Cloth ing:, Hats & Caps, Cheaper than you eyer bought them! Overcoats and Suits, ros MEN AND BOYS, That never fail to suit. Mrs.A.C. Lindsay WILL 1IT FUTURE BB FOCKD AT Old -White Co-ner I WITH AN IMMENSE STOGll OF Millinery! and FANCY GOODS. Evervthingr New a...

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 1872

rffts THE J E FF K l&ONI AN : FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FKIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6. 1S72. Home and Farm. Apiary for December. In bee-keeping, more than in any thing else, t degree of common sense is required," m weiTaa closed observa tion. I followed your directions explicitly about feeding,' writes a oorreepondent, "and the colonies fed, all west to rearing brood, and it seems to me the hives are no heavier than when I commenced, though the the combs are fall of brood." Now the directions are given her for feed ing were for Spring, when this state ot things was desirable It is not best so to feed in the Fall as to stimulate brood rearing. If the food had been given in the combs thown in by the extractor it would not have produced this effect. We had some colonies that we wanted to feed.and should in ordinary years have done it, so we.waited until November, then united some and gave the other hives jyrnp in the honey comb,'' where they will find it when they need it. By the...

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 1872

4," -m . . ' J' -.A -E' f.''OE WOLFE Jt CO., Proprietors. Let vs hare Faith that Right make Might, and In, that Faith let. a to the rnd dar to do ..ur Duty at r understand it. Abbabait Liwcolu - . " TIJIiJIS Two Dollars Per Annum VOL. XVIII-NO. XXXI. FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO. FItlDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1S72. WHOLE NUMBER 6S0 f be Mfersoniau. SC. 44. . J. mt ire,i i ateUaore. MftusktmntU nm Poor MmMof fotlOfim. t Una yu$j, ue 7ar iTliree moutlis-- 11 i IM T'H PHINIINO. Mai,......ilie..l.UUonaUoaMatailsli- aseat la Uie 4au ol -a-41 " ''." atria, and tiarms; aplT "I"";"" Jrfal worn.ea. we rr pared to order, lor wr.rarl ' 'tJi nJLauT- r. .u. r aseataOonts as Te " 7TT- nrMie. ud 71 - at L:raTi7A,it.. ,mc'f EST and Uardln.lreeU. W J.r-eww,. ; ----- : , ,.,k f. M. - Tnaraday eveums- Broadway, ioJlb of Mala-t;roalree- Mxruooihi kpiucopal aaa.es, ur l. S.nJr.n. faator. Bervleeaevery b . 777 n.u .i.ir a. af and 7 o'clock, r. at hhJjiBchooliocloeA.P.M. Prayer I Meeting 7 'rtoelt Thomla...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 13 December 1872

THE J E FFERSONI AN : FINDLAY, HAISX'OCK COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13. 1S72. Wht Mrtftxmm. OFFICE: tmStakymrttt.nrtt Door Mast of Pott OJlet PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY. TIUS: 12 08 Per inn, Ii limce. FIND LAY, OHIO, Friday Marmims, Bee. 13, 1 1 f 1872 THE POSTAL REPORT. Tbe report of the Postmaster Gen eral U t Tery interesting document, m showing, by tbe increase of tbe business of tbe department, a cor responding increase in tbe mental condition ol tbe people. It seems from the report that there is a deficit of tome 12,000,000 ; or Ibat the De pattment falls by that amonnt to be elf snpportinff. Tbe re-exteneion of the postal system over tbe Southern States, where tbe cost of carrying tbe mails greatly exceeds the revenues received from the comparatively sparse population, is assigned as the cause of a large increase of expendi tures over receipts. The increase ot revenue for tbe year as compared with the" previous . yesr is 9.37 per cent., while tbe in crease in expendit...

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 1872

THE JEFFERSONIAN : FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1872. "Old Wh ite i; Corner A BIG STIK! Lively Times on .the Old Corner. ALL GOODS Sold at Less than the DJl I UJ1 THE UiIHIIIJI t AJTD A GRAND RUSH IS THE RESULT. - .mm . am a AXLayOU Will get LlltjrO I SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ABB OFFERED IV Ladies Dress Goods, in ail tne flew uoiors and Fabrics. "DJ TKnA nA C XlieaUJ iKiaUC VJUUUaiUl I l. ljdlllCb CLIIU UiiliUlOll. i TMn nmAriT' nllT Ll I iJlvIV CS.OVC8, Hosiery, LaCC I Collars, Silk Ties, Hand kerchiefs, and FANCY GOODS GENERALLY TO BS BOLD AT AUCTION FBI Closing out the Entire Stock ot LADIES' FURS, AT 50c ON THE DOLLAR. Dress Flannels, Shirting Flannels, ADD ALL WOOLEN GOODS Sold on a BASIS Oil "Wool nt 40c per lb. Go into the Back Room and you can buy Ready Made Cloth ing:, Hats & Caps, Cheaper than you ever bought them I Overcoats and Suits, FOR MEN AND BOYS, That never fail to suit. Mrs AC. Lindsay WILL IN FUTURE BE F0CKD AT Old White Oner ! WITH ...

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 1872

THE JKFFEHSOJTUIf : FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OI1IO, FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 13. 1S72. Home and Farm. Farmers in Council. There is evidently an uprising ol the farmers ft firm determination to right soma of the wrongs that have been, and that are yet, inflicted upon them. While the larmer is the hard est worked and the closest economizer in regard to his own person, yet he is so fleeced by other classes that he makes bat slow progress in accumula ting wealth ; and now that so many new conditions are presented to him, he mutt arouse himself Irom the old torpor that allowed the world to pass him by unheeded, and take his place in the moving panorama of the world's progress. He is beginning to read the dally papers, and has learned that there is a telegraph, and that railroad have something to do with the profits of bis toil, and the product of hit broad acres. Lately a convention of farmers, cr rather delegates from Farmers Clubs and Granges of Husbandry, was held at Eewanee, III- The...

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 1872

f .E. O. DE WOLFE CO., Proprietors. Let v have Faith that Right make Slight, and in that Faith let u to the end dare to do' pur Duty as we understand it. Abbaha-c Libcol.. TERMS Ttco Dollars Ter Annuvh VOL. XVIII-KO. XXXII. FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 1S72. WHOLE NUMBER 6S1 la - She Jeff txmm. Kallera. andtukii!iUci: rtrat Door Kostof Post O flee. I One py, u- J-ar - . 1 (W ITltree muUs niH PK.IN'TIIfO-. lu '?? '?"?... "-xeVienced and order, tor .very ";i'ad UU p. " -Mtt9ortf"";'r nrlce and gflifliflgj. FfiWr PBEHBTTERIAB cbubcji, km dm- fumor. bervlce every Hsbbath at hiTh rtchoSi Ti A. M. frrayer Meet- 1t255Sk P. M-.Tcorsday evening. Cor erof lln and Hardin street. riRSTOOSUBKUATIONAL CBURCBV. at 10 e'eloc. A M- i1' JJM 4aoatn Bcnool i o'clock, P. M- 1 . "fT iMeWalnnraday evening. Broadway, anutb of Mala-OrosastreeU MtrHODlHI EPISCOPAL BVBCU, Bev " aT Henderson. Pastor. Berrloe. every bat) W at 10 o'clock. A. Pdp71 clofJ5;vr M. ttebbaln School I o'c...

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 1872

THE JEFFEKSONIAN : FiyDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING. DECEJIBER 20. 1S72. fa Mfersomau. OFFICE: SAta.ee Aire!, Tint Door Matt All Offim PUBIUHES EVXBT FRTDAT. TIUU:t- 00 Per litxi, li ldmca. FINDLA.T, OHIO Friday Koralmc.3M.SO, 1 1 t 1812 NEWS OF THE WEEK. The heaviest mow for muj jeari fell In GeorgU on the 11th inat. A Canadian Pacific Railroad Com party I being organiced. The motion to quash the Indict ment against Tweed wu refused by Judge Ingraham. The Librarian of Congress reports the whole somber of volumes in the library 246,345. The passage from San Francisco to Japan hea been made by a screw steamer in sixteen days. Ed irin Forrest, the tragedian, died suddenly in Philadelphia on last Thursday. John W. Garrett has been re-elect ed President of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. The big Indictment against Tweed is a printed volnme, 1,050 pages long, and will require two days for rea ding. jroor aunarea ana thirty more destitute and starving emigrants arri ved In...

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 1872

THE JEFFERSONIAN : FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 1872. "Old White Corner" A BIG STIR ! Lively Times on the Old Corner. ALL GOODS Sold at Less than the Wm & MARKET I ATO A GRAND RUSH IS THE RESULT. And you will get there I 83?ECI-.3L i INDUCEMENTS ! ABB OFf KKSD Ladies Dress Goods, In all the New Colors and Fabrics. Eeadv Made Goods for w I T o H iocs QTirt nnilnrPTI I A BIG STOCK Gloves, Hosiery. Lace Collars, Silk Tics, Handkerchiefs, ' and FAHCY GOODS GENERALLY TO BX SOLD AT ! Closing out the Entire Stock ot LADIES' FURS, AT 60c ON THE DOLLAR. Dress Eaniiels, Shirting Rannels, AHD ALT. WOOLEN GOODS Sold on a BASIS oi "Wool at 40c per lb. Go into the Back Room and you can buy Ready Made Cloth ing, Hats & Caps, Cheaper than yon ever bought them! Overcoats and Suits, FOB MEN AND BOYS, That never fail to suit. Mrs.A.C. Lindsay WILL I FUTURE BE FOUKD AT Old White Oner I WITH AH WHS STOCK OF Millinery! and FANCY GOODS. EvervthiDe: New ana Stylish, a...

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 1872

THE JEFFERSONIAN: FINILAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FKIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 20. 1872. Home and Farm. Home and Farm. American and English Farm- Owners. In an article oo the "Bight of Farm Landlord," a writr in theTbHdi- ptia Fret aaya : Of tbe maoj difference between American and English people there are nose more striking than their esti mate of lav. The American waal lav for ererything under the ann ; bnt after the lav la made he carea not who keeps it. The English, on the other hand, hare rery lev lawi ; and jet the Englishman it everlastingly at lav with tome one. It makes no difference whether it is stealing a horse, the thief is equal sore be will have the law taken on Mm,' if found oat. Perhaps ve should be better off with fever lavs, and those better executed ; at any rate we seldom care to make ex perienoe for ourselves by going to law law ; we may perhaps profit by the lessons of those who do. MA recent case in England was to test the right of a tenant to let a farm run down....

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. — 27 December 1872

V ' MM I p. G. DE WOLFE 4 CO., Projirietorg. Let us have Faith that Jtight makes Might, and in that Faith let us to the end dare to do our Duty as we understand it. Abraham Lihcolk. TEKJISTwo Dollars Per Annan VOL. XVIII-NO. XXXIII. FINDLAY. HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27. 4S72. WHOLE NUMBER 6S2 I 1 r i 1 1 i a aw a. v , , Jwf l . , : ; 0 The Jeffersonian. c ri.re.i Otua-rs. SxUui.: rM Door KaMl KlOBU. l on -py. J"- t200 1 UU 'tus mouths JOB PKINnNG. iba dim nMteri! ol uie latest Th.Lidtoiol mm Power to our-li.l uh In?.Bor5? adrsntA.- orer most f.t work -aii wun - The Jeffersonian. Religious. S-r PBBHBITBB1AN CBUBCB.Bfrw 1L. HH,rulor. berrloee every siili t . i --i.w.ir V U ThnrsdaV eveulDf. Cor .,f Xiliud Hardin siraot. . .. u a rinmA T. CHTTRCH.Hhi W.Frn.r-ur.rrvl every rllmth 4iui.Ui MenuoIX o'clock, f.M. Prayer Meei- lo 7 o clock inaraday evening. Croat aoutb at Mala-CroaaUceU I K. MenJtrwn. Partor. bervlceaeveryrlab J-iZr 5 1US o'clock, A. M, d o u HhmZnHeboo...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 27 December 1872

XVXBT rEIDAY- THU: 12 00 Far luw, ii Ximea. FINDLAY. OHIO. ti 1 1872 THE WORK OF CONGRESS. A roed-l diipatc- to the Cincin Bsti Gazette ran cp the work done by Congre in thw sixteen working day- it hu been in eeesion, a nd gives an insight into the business to come before Congress, on reassembling, af ter the holiday recess. The number of bills pending in the House Is about 8,300, an increase of 300 since the eesion began, while the Senate has added nearly 100, making the present total nearly 1,300. The most impor tant bills which have passed both bosses are : reducing the internal rereoue force by the abolition of the offices of Assessor and Assistant Assessor, authorizing the exchange of rezistered for coupon bonds, and the annual pension appropriation of $30,000,000, and that appropriating half a million dollars tor the purchase of the remainder of the Boston Post office Square. The Bones has passed and sent to the Senate, in addition to the Indian and deficiency appropria tions,...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 27 December 1872

'Old Wh ite Corner' ABIGST1R! i JvaIv Times on the Old Corner. ALL GOODS Sold at Less than the I OP THE AID A GRAHDRUSH IS THE RESULT. FOLLOW THE CROWD And you will get there ! SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ! ABE OPFKRSD IX Ladies Dress Goods, In all the New Colors and Fabrics. Ready Made Goods for Ladies and Childrea A BIG STOCK Glorcs, Hosiery, Iace Collars, Silk Ties, Handkerchiefs, and FAHCY GOODS GENERALLY TO BI BOLD AT I Closing out the Entire Stock ot LADIES' FURS, AT 60c ON THE DOLLAR. Dress Flannels, Shirting Flannels, Al ' WOOLEN GOODS Sold on. a BASIS oi Vol at 40c per lb. .00 into the Back Room : and you can buy -Ready Made Cloth ing, Hats & Caps, Cheaper than you ever bought them ! Overcoats and Suits, FOR MEN AND BOYS, That never fail to suit. Mrs.A.C. Lindsay WILL IX FUTrRE BE fCUBD AT Old White GVner I WITH AN IMMENS. 'oTOGll OF Millinery! and FANCY GOODS. Everything New and Stylish, and Warran ted as Represented ! r S ! jg$&er 15,172.. FRIDAY MORNING. DEC. 27, 1872. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 27 December 1872

Home and farm. Home and farm. Farmers Writing for the Press. In writing aUiclea tor publication floitintba iewert words that may make your meaning plain. When yon hare deae thi, atop, bat do not tend tt to the publisher until it baa Iain at least two dayi; then take it vp again, i-tViM. and ooirect it ; yon may per- hapa find eomethlng in it that yon might condemn perhape something to alter; possibly aomething to add. Never let incorrect nmllinz or bad arammar deter tou from writinz, it yon have important facta to comma Bloats, or what yoa'consider each. The editor It always ready and wil ling to correct err on for the sake of facts; bat mere literary effort will generally be consigned to the waste basket, if they require much correo tios, unless they contain original ideas also, Remember, an editor is always the best judge of what will be of in terest and Taloe to his readers ; it is his business to know that which be has spent years in studying. Ideas should be expressed in as sho...

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