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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 9 February 1872

9 Q - 'k - - '.'.c. 'c." E. G. DE-WOLFE CO., VOL. XVllI-NO xxxrx. Proprietors. Let ys have Faith that Right makes FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO. Might, and iu that Faith let us to the end dare to do our FRIDAY MORNING, Duty as we understand it. FEBRUARY 9, 1872. Abbah-ji Lincoln. TERMS Two Jollar9 Per Annum . i AYHOLE NUMBER 967 AWT - 2--- 0e grit E. . . J. m wi.rr., i OK ",'. f t t E4itra. at-y Street: Pint Door EaM of Putt OJlee t one ropy, one Jear 2 00 TJCKJia: ix Dwnui. 1 00 (.Three monUis JOB PBDOTNG. Hiring made lanreaddition- to oorwtabllah- snent in me -114, w " uicmwh trie, and baring employed experienced and nfai workmen, we are prepared to execute orderforererrraiietrof Pji akd Kaj lorn PBlWTiaa with ueatnesa and diepatclu Tbe addition of Steam Power to our establish ment anoras as great aavantagea over moat conntrromoeain tne war or low prices and a wora n run as ana o-eon rinoea. tlRSTPRESB YTKRIA.N CHURCH.Vmt. A. H, FleleU, fArter. bervlcea every Kabbalh at 10H o'cloc...

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. — 9 February 1872

THE JEFFER&OMAN: FINDLAY HANCOCK COUIfTY. OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9, 1S72. ltt g tUtt&mxm. OPPICE: 8 JMtarty Atraet, Arri Door Ail o Awl QCW PUBLISHED EVEBT FRIDAY. THIS: 12 00 Per luto, la ldnsce. FINDLAY, OHIO, frlUr Kmlai, FeV 9. ,t 1872 FOR VICE PRESIDENT. The Ohio Slot Journal, couple of weeks ago, brought oat the name OX Hon. Wn. Dennison a candidate (or Vice President, and the press of the State has since almost nnani mouslj endorsed the selection. It is generally understood that Vice President Colfax does not seek a re- nomination, bat will not decline if placed on the ticket. Mr. Colfax, has made a good officer, bat we are tree to confess that we are unwilling to force him on the track in opposi tion to many good men who are both willing and capable to succeed him. Of these Got. Dennison, being a na tive of our State, appeals most direct ly for the support of Ohioans. He has filled man j offices of trust ia the Government, and has never been found wasting eit...

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. — 9 February 1872

THE JEFFE RSONIAN ; FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9, IS72. 4tVVr yjftrrmtl M UWMV gtUWsWUWUU FEIDAY lOJ-Nlav. io -a. TtTT A OVA ggg . ---- NOUOB W Attveiuacia. HsraafUr FuruuD BcBixEss Locate win be distributed ntnong tJie reading matter on our third pan at nrrsxs cests per line. r. Im!. will ha -l,.,t -- - ii Wi edvsrUsers who favor us with their rin KiiAd Uuu to insniv insertion, their fsTors a be handed In Wednesday nooa preceding publication. - by I P., Ft. W. & C. Railway. "V V A K." t a .o.u Trains Will leave Stations daily. (Sundays excepted) as follows TBAjjra eoxvo wbst. 2.8opm 6.i5pm '.6 i.m luupm lylma i2.uim Flym1h Chtcagol 5.io am o Mt a ui TKAXJaeotao latr. ataix. XX. Chleaco. Plvmla. UOam ..45 am SOam US pm tJVDm uuopm v.upm 12.4am KtWine lama, , ; 12.4Upm zopm j.uapm ..15am I cuopm 4.aupm CM) pa 4. om 1.42 am 6.o6am Vuraai I iaupm 6.40 pm 7.uopm 7JBpm lMtn 4Jio am 4J0am atu 8.06 am iMutm: 12.06 pm 6.00 a mJ ..04 a m S.-MJ a m OrrvlUa lli...

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. — 9 February 1872

THE JEFFERSONIAN: FINDLAY HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9, IS Home and Farm. Correspondence Jeffersonian. PLEASANT HOME, Jan. 25, 1872. In my wanderings over the country I generally have my eyea open, and see divers things; some neat and pleasant to behold, and some not so pleasant. Some of the latter I wish to notice for the benefit of all whom it may concern. Sometime since, as I was riding along the road fromFindly to Lima, I was struck with the dilapidated and woe-begone appearance of some of the farms and farm buildings. I have traveled all the roads leading from Findlay; but of all the hard looking and neglected farms and farm fixings, there are a few on the Lima road that merit particular attention. There is a large farm, a tew miles from Find lay, with a low, squatty frame house on atilts, not underpinned, (how the farmer and his family keeps from freezing in that house I cannot tell), with the remains of a miserable board fence in front, and the gate broken...

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. — 16 February 1872

Mil jjp j ra r2. ?. 2.E WOLFE CO., Proprietors. Letts' have Paitli,. that Jiight mal.es Might, and in that faith let us to the end dare to do our Duty as we understand it. Aebaham Lincoln TUBUS Two Dollars Per Annum VOL. XVHI-NO xxxx. FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, IS72. WHOLE NUMBER 968 en am . M. UK. WMt'E.1 t t Editors. .ndMsk)Stremi- Firtt Door Eat PoMt OJ?tee f one sopy, one year- t2 00 TiCBD:-Wx monin- LTnree moniha- .100 JOB TI-I2fTISfG. Having raadelaraeaddil iontoourestabllsh- umb IB UWU ' , - - -tyle.and li-vlqg employed experienced and order for every v rlety of I'LAHiSDriNCY Job Panrmto with, neatness and dispatch. The addition of Hteam Power to our establish ment affords ns great adv-ntaeea over most aat work Call with as and be con vinced. Religious JIRJ3T PRESB iTERIAN CHURCU.Tjtv. A. . B, fields. Pastor, bervloes every (Sabbath at j . llhi o'clock, A. IL, aiid 7 o'clock, P. M. Sab bath School 12 o'clock, A. M. Prayer lleet , lnf 7 o'clock...

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. — 16 February 1872

btc- THE JEFFEEfeONIAN : FINDLAY HANCOCK COtJNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, 1872. OFFICE: andutkp Street, rtrtt Door Scut of A Offlt PUBLISHED EVERY TRIDAT. TEEMS: 12 00 Per linen, la ldiance. FINDLAY, OHIO,'. FriAay. XwilmcFtVU t t 1872 THE ALABAMA CLAIMS. The excitement in England has not abated tn reference to the presenta tion of the American claim for indi rect damages to the Geneva": Board of arbitration; In consideration of the present state of public feeling in England, it is difficult to see how that Government can do otherwise than recede from the treaty.unlees the American claims are remodeled. On the other hand it is not probable that the Government at Washington will recede from the position it has taken, and we have reason to believe that the people of this country will ens tain their Government in such course. If it be tht intention of the , high contracting powers, in organ! aing the Geneva Board of arbitration, to settle amicably and satisfactorily all the ...

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. — 16 February 1872

FRIDAY KOBNDJg. FEB. 16, 1872. Notice to Advertisers. Hereafter Fbxixbkks Bcsixess Locaia will b distributed among the reading matter on oar third page ruTKra cexts per Una. Exgulas Bcsnrcss locals will be charged TDt Can per lino. Wixl adverfleers who favor ns with their patronage please bear la mind thai to insure Insertion, their ft vora mast be handed In by Wednesday noon preceding publication. P., Ft. W. & C. Railway. If AND AFTER Not. 12th, 1871. Trains wiii leave Stations dally. (Sundays excepted,) luiiows : TSArirs eomo wkst. IX. I MAC I MX. I X. Plttaburr! Let a ml 7.10 am 0.30a m i.pn Alliance- .'06am ll.5am Uipm 6.15pm Orrviiie-. 6Jam IMpn JBpm 7.47pm Mansn'ld (Uam 4-22 p m Uopm 9.46pm , JA 9.10am i.Klpn 6.10pm UUOpm CreeUe'D t.SOam 6.10am 6.35pm 10.20 pm FWeatJL. 10.53am 7.50am &2spm U.sSpm Lima Ui2m 9.00 am 9.50 p m 12.43 a m XW"yne 2.10pm 11.40 am 12.30 am 2J6tn Plym'th 4.17 pm USpm .C5am S.10 am Chicago, 7.30 pit, 6.80pm 650am .20am TKAXJTS 00010 KXCT. KAIL. H...

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. — 16 February 1872

THE JEFFERfeONIAN : FINDLaY HANCOCK COUNTY; OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, 1S72. Home and Farm. [From the New York Post.] A Requisite in Agriculture. Knowledge is what is requisite in agriculture. ' Experience in bad sys tem whatever exists amounts to very little, tor though the man himself con eiders he is a practical farmer and others will endorse him as tnch, and in fact he is as far as the performance of labor is concerned, yet he really posessea no knowledge, and cannot rightfully lay claim to it. Fanners do as their neighbors do, as their fa thers did, and if any one differs from them in opinion they will all condemn the holder of this foreign sentiment as a man who knows nothing. Knowledge, that is of the genuine character, would Bhow any one how to farm sd as to increase the. prodnc tire power of his land ; how to man age his cattle so as to avoid disease. abortions and ills of all kinds except . ig common accidents; how to appor tion his sheep, ccws and horses on his pa...

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. — 23 February 1872

. G. JE WOLFE CO., vol. xvnr-rxo xij. Projectors. ; -Ee ts ftare .Faff ftaf .Rtyif tnaAvs Might, and in that Faith let PINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, us to the end dare to do our FRIDAY MORNING, Duty as we understand it. FEBRUARY 23,"' 1872. Abraham Lixcolk. : OCEEJIS-Tico Dollars Fer Annum WHOLENUMBER 669 tfftrjswrinrt; 41 c u. . a. ik ei-n; i DE miLt t.1 t- ? - ttllor -rndtukySOrtri: Tint Door Ri ut- Wt. One -wpy, one year Six tu-inthH . Three uioutus. . 1 IV JOB PRINTING. Having raadelargemUiliotiKKiourc-sUUJlsU- nient in I lie miape mnuiiulol uielut;t fttyie.and lutvliig Muilyei exiierieuceilaiid careful workmen, we arc iir-rarel to execute orders forevery variety of 1'ajiin ixo Kascy JobPriftiso with neaUien anddispaUAi. Tbe addition of Steam Power In our establish ment anoraa us Ere t advintnta over most eoitutryoffioealn the way or low prices aud aei wwi wiLn ok ana ramn vineeu. gelifiiOtt. PMCMtyTKllTA V rnrpra i. iTi'i 1 t10!; 'T,1? eve!7 Saubiah t oatn Scnool 12 o clock, A...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 23 February 1872

THE JEFFERfeONIAN FINDLAY HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, tfiSBBtTAUY 23, 1S?2. gtausmm OFFICE: S j ndwJty Street, Firxt Door East of Pott Office PUBLISHED EVXRY FRIDAY. THIS: 12 00 Per lum. In ldrace. FINDLAT, OHIO, FrlaUr. K oralne, FeV 23 t : 1872 THE KEMP-SAYLOR CONTEST. We publish elsewhere an account of the proceedings in the Senate of Ohio, on the consideration of this contest, on last Friday. The proceedings of certain Democrats on that occasion was simply disgraceful, and, to say nothing of the merits of the question at issue, they gave the Republicans an immense advantage of them by their riotous proceeedings. We sue not sufficiently posted on parliamen tary lav, nor so thoroughly informed of the law bearing upon the case as to presume to decide where learned judges and eminent statesmen and jurists disagree, but we do know that the. passion and piofamty indulged is by certain leading Democrats will tend to prejudice their case before the peo pie. On Monday an attemp...

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. — 23 February 1872

FEIDAY MORNING. FEB. 23, 1872. Notice to Advertisers. Hereafter pbstmm Buhls ess Locals lrlll be distributed among the reading matter od oar third pat at r imu tuispruot. Reotjlab Bcsnfsss locals will be charged Tsar Ckstts per line. h 1 yr,M. advertisers who favor as with their Detronage please bear in mind that to insure insertion, their favors most be handed in by Wednesday noon preceding publication. YANDALIA . ROUTE WEST. 23 MILES iTsHORTEST ijrvntsAXD THE WEST. IXDIANAP- Knnnlng PULLMAN'S celebrated Drawing s Boom Sleeping Car from NEW YOEK, Pittxbttrg, Columbia, Louisville, Cincin nati and Jntoianapolit, to ST. LOUIS, SSrWITHOXJT CHANGE r wiigen should reme mberthatthia la th GREAT WEST BOUND ROUTE for KANSAS CITY, LEAVEN WORTH, LAWRENCE, TO PEKA, JUNCTION CITY, FORT SCOTT, nd ST. JOSEPH. ESUGBAKTS AND FAMILIES, Who are seeking homes in the rich valleys and on the fertile prairies ui jauwi' Kansas, Nebraska aud Colorado, TAKE NOTICE this is the CHEAPEST and THE MOST DIRECT EO...

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. — 23 February 1872

Home and Farm. Orchard Planting. We are on the eve of the new plant- ing season, and it becomes an import- nt question a3 to what ami how to plant. The experience of tbe past two or three years has not been quite Javorable to fruit-growing as a whole, tut thig,insted of causing withdrawal from the occupation, should stimulate to greater exertion, deeper inquiry, more intelligent culture, and more economical management. Among the first items to be con sideredis that of economy but that not in the way of purchasing cheap 1 trees and putting them into the ground in a hurried, slovenly manner. We advise to get the very best stock, if it costs much more ; entirely reliable in quality, and, above all, reliable in va riety. Give the most ample.thcrongh ; preparation to the soil ; it is so very much easier to get the soil into good tilth before trees or any other -crop j is planted than after they occupy the ground, as then they fun great i islt of ' sustaining injury, as well as render 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. — 1 March 1872

Li.' -r- i i. wi .1, i n - y rssrmkmmmsmlmZ im - -.ajsg-j E. G. DE WOLFE CO., Proprietors. Let us have Faith tJiat Eight makes Might, and in that Faith let us to the end dare to do our Duty as we understand it. Abkaham Likcolh TERMS Two Dollars Ter Annum VOL. XVIII-NO XLII. FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHlO, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1872. ' WHOLE NUMBER 67(K -....' i . 1 . . . '""'""" " " - ' - " ' ' ' - - " ' " ""' She: Mun. .r. mndmtty Street: Pfret Doorjlatt fw Gtt. I One nipy , on year. 06 iTbrwe months. 100 JOB PRINTING. Having madelarge addition toon restabllsh ueut in tlie shape of material of the latest atyJe.and bavlnf employed experienced and careful workmen, wears prepared to execute orders ior every v-rtetyof ruu iudFajict Job Pbhttiho wita neatna-s and d-uta-eii Tne addition of Steam Power to our establish ment anoraa as great advantages over most country onions in tne way of tow prices and at worn: uau wiin ns ana Mean vtneea. StUfiien. HR8T PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rv.k B. Fie...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 1 March 1872

OPPICE: S ladiu y Street, Pint Door Batt of PoU Oftct PUBLISHED EVERT XTUDAT. miS: 2 60 Per Inn, !i liruee. FINDLAY, OHIO. Trlimr. HmiUiMu- 1. 1 t 1812 MARSHALING FOR THE FRAY. The past week has seen two so call ed National conventions, each of which nominated candidates for President and Vice President of the United States. These organizations hare no hopes of success nnless they can in duc one or the other of the principal parties to adopt their platform and their candidate. The Labor Refor mers present the name of Judge Da vid Davis, of Illinois, for President, and Governor Joel Parker of New Jersey, for Vice President. They are very good men, we believe, and he platform upon which they stand is a very innocent one not aggressive as is wont in the case of young parties. The main points of the platform may be fitly designated as "glittering gen eralities, lhe I'rombitionifcts' was Smaller in number, bat more sggres ive in the matter of platform, and declares "the traffic in intoxi...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 1 March 1872

PBJDAT KOmSQ. HAS. L 1871 Notice to Advertisers. ' Hereafter Pucrxuzo BcBncras I-ocaia -will be distributed among the reading matter ! ,n oar third page at rinm Crjrrs per line. RxQUL-ta Booths locals win be enargea m com per User Wlx advertisers who favor ns with their w :t-on-urs please bear In mind thai to insure nasrUon. their favor moat be handed in by raneaay noon preexung publication. IYANDALIA ; ROUTE WEST. -3 MILES THE SHORTEST o etprru n . r rvniASAP- Jlsand ittfc wSr. Hund,y, FOK BT" "HE OUXT IiXETE hunting PCLLMAK'8 clebrtd Dtmwlitf-1 oietpui ir uwau NEW YOKK, Pltttburg, Columbia, Louitvillr, Cincin nati and Jndtanapolit, to ST. LOUIS, Si?" WITHOUT CHAXGEr t.aengers "Lf th I 1 V KB --ww -a- ww sw -fa for KANSAS CITY, LEAVEN WORTH. LAWRENCE, TO PEKA. JUNCTION CITY, FORT SCOTT, Bnd ST. JOSEPH. SHffiEABTS iKD FAMES, Who are weUnf home in the rich valleys and on the leruie prairies 01 auwiu, Kaksas, Nbbsaska and Oolokado, TAKE NOTICE this is the CHEAPEST and THE MOST DIRECT ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 1 March 1872

Home and Farm. "DON'T WHIP HIM." Our Bob was pinching the kitten And kicking bis primer about. And palling a beetle to pieces. His face all awry In a pout; HI mamma, who, silent and patient. Had heard all lim frettng and noise. ow reached fortae whip on the mantel The terror of four-ye ..r-old boys. Bat grandma, with snow-white 'kercliier Pinned over her warm, loving breast. hre ten little heads bad been pillowed And rocked Into childhood's sweertrest. Looked up from ner little-wool Mocking, Joat finished and laid on her knee. And said, "Dear, you'll rent his temper, Vou had better let the child be "Dnnt whip him ; his father beiore him Waa flogged and shut up in the dark. And stood on one toot In the corner. And disciplined up to the mark ; We gave him no credit lor honor. Bat watcbed him as spiders watch flies. And what did It teach him Why. mainly To practice deceit and tell lies. . "We called It affection and duty ttod knows we were fond of the boy But I guess his remembrance of...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 8 March 1872

E. G. DE WOLFE 4 CO., Proprietors, Let vs have Faith that Bight makes Might, and in that Faith let us to the end dare to do our Duty as tee understand it. Abraham Lincols. TEEMS Two Dollars Ter Annum VOL. XVIIMNO XLIII. FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 8, IS72. WHOLE NUMBER 671 The Jeffersonian . . OK WirE, mdtukSfrr Pint Door East of Post Office. rune -xp.v, on year- TIttJta:ix nwnuw.. (.Turn months till 1 00 JOB PRINTING. Ma vinarmadelara- addition toon restablish- ment in the unapt) of material of tbe latest style, and having emploveU experienced and careful workmen, we areprepared to execute order for every variety of Flais and Fancy JoBPsrirrnto with neatness and dispatcn. The addition 01 Bieam rower to oar eslanusn ment affords us great advantages over moat eoantrronieeain vne way 01 low pneea and ai wora uaii wiiu ns ana oscon vineea. Religious t 1RST PRKSB FTF.RIA.N CHURCH A ' B, Fields, Pastor. Services every Sabbath at 1US o'clock. A. M., and? o'clock, ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 8 March 1872

OFFICE: 5 xadtuty Street, Ffrtt Door Rut of Pott Office PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY. TEEMS: 1 00 Per Innni. !a iinm nisxiA.Y, onio. Friday. Moraine. Mar- 8. 1 : 1872' STATE CONVENTION. . At a meeting of the Central Com mittee held March 1st 1S72, it was resolved that all Republicans from Hancock county, who attend the State convention at Columbus March 27th. be delegates, and that they be authorized to cast the vote of Hancock county in eaii conven tion. Republicans from the country, are respectfully urged to attend said convention. Half fare tickets on the R, R. will be arranged for. Respectfully, J. B. ROTHCHILD. Chairman. E. T. DUNN, Sec'y. E. T. DUNN, Sec'y. VOX POPULI. We this week publish the proceed in its of a meeting of the Republican County Committee of Hancock conn ty. We entered nr protest last week against this manner of sending delegates to the State Convention, and asked that a Convention of the Republicans of the county be called to eelert delegates. But the Com mittee fe...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 8 March 1872

FEIDAY KOKKIKQ. MAR. 8, 1375 Notice to Advertisers. Hereafter I'befkkked Bcsixnsy Ioals will be distributed among the readi ug inattci on our third page at Fittees cysts per line. Regular BrsrjfESS locals will be charged Tex Crsts per line. - Wlx advertisers who favor as villi their patronage please bear la mind thai to insure 1 nsertion . their favors most be handed In by Wednesday noon preceding publication. VAN-DAHA ROUTE WEST. 23 MILES THE SHORTEST 3EXPEES8 TRAINS leave INDlAjNAP OLIS DAILY, except tmnday, XU T. UOUiajLHD T WfcSi- , 4 ' THE O-TJ-i-T X.I35nE Kunning PULLMAN'S celebrated Craving Room Sleeping Cars from - NEWYOEE, Pittsburg, Columbia, Louisville, Civrin- nat and Indianapolis, tit ST. LOTUS, ge-WITHOUT C-NGEg Passengers should remember (hat this if th CREAT WEST BOUND ROUTE . for KANSAS CITY, LEAVEN -WORTH, LAWRENCE, TO---PEKA, JUNCTION CITY, FORT SCOTT, and ST. JOSEPH. - . . Who are seeking homes In the rich valleys -,n(l on the fertile prairies ot Missoi ki, JCaks...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 8 March 1872

Home and Farm. ALSIKE CLOVER. We believe that but very few of our farmers in Hancock county have had any experience in growing this clover. Aa our county is well adapted for the different varieties of clover we believe it will pay to give some atten tion to the introduction of the Aliske. . He 2VL Y. Observer, which is good authority, gives the following ss among its good qualities: "We believe, upon a fair trial, Alslke clover will recommend itself favorably to the farmer and willbe pre ferred to the red, whenever it can be advantageously grown. This year it has been cut six feet four inches in length, and the average length on one acre was four feet. Our stock prefers it to clovers, and the aiterswarth does not salivate our horses or cattle. It should be sown with Timothy or stiff grasses, to hold its fine growth up. It will stay green until after harvest, when it will be as green as the Timo thy, and not turn black, as our red clover, when cut late as Timothy is, after being left...

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