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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 7 February 1873

Home and Farm. Patrons of Husbandry Seme inquiry Having been h lart meeting of the Farmers' Club ..rA to the rganizauon named .bore, we make the following xtract from lie rPrt of the Secrtlarj . O. -H KeHey, nude to the National Grange, whkh bM its sixth annual tension at'Waabinglon, P- C, on the Pta ult-s ,: ln presenting this annual report I bavetneplewtjr 1 S!S! that cannot bu jruaauwa faction. The increase of new Granges daring the year 187 amounts to one thonsacl and filly, to which dispensa tions have boon issued, The amount of money received by me from the same and other sources, as shown in the Trfoidrer's rt-DOrt. is t!7.3G6 51. Among the items ot expenditures that ot . printing, to lie, araonnt ol t370 01. Under this head you wiU l.v.., i r. fwwi A.ot f ..rint matter, a trreat uortion of which has been gratuitously diitributed, not aingie aiet,nair dqcu iranaea the Order was sttruid, nd" there is L I'Ufc s tJUMAG VI MS IVWI T S Wva. VUI Order is not known by some individu ...

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. — 7 February 1873

PUBLIXHXD EVXBT ntlPAT. TIIXS: 12 08 ta Iuu.li Ifruee. riPTOLAY OHIOi TrUnT mUtmImk, Fa. 7, 1 1 I 1873 CADLDWELL'S DEFENSE. Senator Caldwell has made his de feme before the Committee appoint ed to investigate hia case. Be de nied emphatically that he apent $60, 000 or 70,000, or any other large amount to eecnre hia election, or that he had paid opponent any aCm to withdraw, except Mr. Carney, to whom he paid $15,000, npon hia own (Carney's) propoaitlon, and that Car- Bey offered him twice or thrice that amount if he would withdraw. He paid the money himself, though hia friends offered to pay it for him. After the election, Clark demanded 1 1,500 for hia expense, which herefnaed. Whereupon Clark started the inves tigation. In conclusion Caldwell ays ;"I now aay generally and npon my honor that I nerer expended one dollar for the purpose of corrupting any member of the Legislature which elected me to the United Slates Sen ate. I nerer promised, or paid, or authorized any one to pay mo...

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. — 7 February 1873

i t i I ii J i t rJ f "OLD WHITE conrjEn." In order to rsdaoe oar stock to the lows poaaibU limit befor taking onr annal tBTtBtory, v ofler the follow lag bdwMOMDU ia prioes for the NEXT SO DJF8 OM ! Blaek Freak Orer Ooais warta lit M far H SO Blank Froek Orer Ooata worth USStor If SS Blaak Freak Orer Ooaai worth SO St for USD tflly Be-r CTOeata worth II 00 for IS SO Boys Orer Coat worth S 00 for t TO Oto Esaij Erii ii Gbtttii Boduotxl la Price ia Same Proportion. M BSD 6LMETS At a Discount of tl to $1 50p pair. ILL C0L HGDBLS SSiVLS at analform prie ! M, worU IUS, tl, r . Bhonlder Bhawle worth ., , Jl 0 for Tic Freaah MarlaMia worth So for Oa Oae Seotoh Oinham wwnhJS Sor By DoeaaaU Otsc&aaa worth IS to UX for S to Mo Wo woold also eaQ attention to oar Largo Btook of "Lyons,'' Black Gros Grain SUka, Baal Irish Poplins, Vel- otEptaglinos, BUok AJpaoaa.Pare Mohairs, fco 4o.t all oi which will bo old oa nam than can bs bought elaowki 3MIA Q10,y I I l I - of the in of a to-day. a of...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 7 February 1873

Miscellaneous. REFORMS IN JAPAN. A Specimen of Japanese English Not the Icttt noticeable feature in the recent reforms which have been effected in Japac, is the ease and ap parent ecjoymcnt with which the noE-cfficial classes have accommodat ed themselves to the changes, wLkh their rnlera have declared to he nc cesary icr the good of the State. In some cases they seeia even to Lave led leaders. For instance, it is stated in the Japan GasetteXh&l many of the Yeddo story tellers whose habit it was to amuee the people with my thological ted ether native tales, cow attract crowds of listeners by re counting to them the latest scraps ol English and American news. An order, also, which has been issued at Yokohama to the effect that the rac tice of shaving the top of the head Lcncelorward to lie discontinued, end tliat the hair is to e allowed to irro1 in the foreign lasl.ioo, would iiear to be an outgrowth of the tor;ular taste to which the- presence ot profes sors of foreign hair-dus...

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. — 14 February 1873

Home and Farm. The Agricultural Guerrilla A Story Worth Reading My neighbor, Sam Simiison, ha old Offs sad i oi"2 West. There . has been a plain, honest, industrious, , economical German Hans LeiLn etein banging around Simpson t r some time trying to bay Lis lartn At last Hani got it- Simpson think he old it A a bargain. Doubtless IIn thinllie got it at a bargain. I hai an errand down to Simpson's the otb. er nigbt- I had not heard that be had old his farm, bat saw by the look of the face of the family that some uu nsoal excitement was animating tlic-m "Well, Crumple, yoa are going to lose me for a neighbor," was Simpson's first word after I had fairly got seat ed in the split bottomed chair his daughter handed me ; and the whole Simpson family lookc-d at me a if they expected I would jump out of that chair on account ol that news, with a suddenness and force only equaled by explosion of nitro-glycenne under me Bat I didn't. I simply asked, "Ho that V -I've sold." -Sold what V 'The ...

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. — 14 February 1873

Wfa gtfft&mm 7 , TxZr 7' ' ffU' PCBLISHDJ TIMS: fZ M liara, li lima. FnVDLAY, OlHOi Friday Mormimc. Fa. 14, 1 1 I 1813 THE NEXT LEGISLATURE. The consideration of the eubject in dicated tboTe may be considered pre mature. It baa been thus early brought to our attention by the leans we nave heard expressed that the defection in the Republican ranka In Hamilton county may jeopardize the ascendan cy of that party in the next Legisla ture, and as such a calamity (we speak adTi&edly) would result in the election of a DemocraticUflited States Senator, it cannot be too early nor too earnestly considered. We can rest assured that our oponents are folly awake to the Importance of the matter, and that they trill P"t forth their utmost efforts to carry the close districts, and thus secure a majority. Our thoughtlessness in this respect, in 1867, placed Judge Thurroan in the Senate, and we venture the assertion that the wires arc already being laid by our opponents to return lim in 187S....

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. — 14 February 1873

"OLD WHITE CQRFJER." Ia order to reduce our stock to the lowest possible limit before taking our annual inventory, we oner the follow ing inducements in prices for the NEXT 30 DAI'S (MY ! Black Frock Over Coats worth f 10 00 for H SO B'aek Frock Over Costs worth IS 00 for 12 00 Black Frock Over Coats worth 20 00 for IS 00 Ex. Qlty Bea'r O'Coata worth ZS 00 for 18 90 Boys Orer Coats worth 6 00 for 4 75 Oiler EeaTj Goois ii Clotlf Reduced in Price in Same Proportion. At a Discount of II to 11 50 per pair. Alii WOOL DOUBLE SHAWLS jet. a uniform price ol SS, worts $6-50, 17, ft S7.75 Bboalder Bhawls won French Merinos worth. One Case Hootch LttDghamswerth-lMc for 12c Domostlc Qinghams worth 10 to 12 for 8 to 10c We would also call attention to our Large Stock of "Lyons,, Black Gros Grain Silks, Real Irish Poplins, Vel ours, Epinglines, Black Alpacas, Pure Mohairs, &&, kc , all of which will be old cheaper than can be bought elsewhere. 3JLIHA mn a to et is is JrnWag cffers0uian. ...

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. — 14 February 1873

A FEARFULLY DESTRUCTIVE AGENT. The Mk-oori RepuUicaT. remarks .. .u- terrible explosion of tna ich i wwif - wmukee, in which the proprietor and touroTfaU assistants were blown to SSiS,Md the building, and its de rtrucUble surroundings "r!d oyer an area of country half a mile rtwe,triiEtomind a circumstance MM li the bottom of the lliasisaippi River. Dnaline is fallj ss powerful, though .apposed to be iafer explotiTe than nitro-glycenne. It Is mixture of the latter with pa per pulp, wds. and some other substances, which allows of its being, handled in a eolid state, and in thia consist. 1U claim to aafety. It is manufactured in round stick, and the greatest care and precaution must be exercised, as the slightest concuss Ion, or eren the rough breaking of a stick will explode it with terrible vi olence. Indeed, it is open to question whether it is any more secure than the liquid nitre-glycerine. Twenty pounds of this stuff would, if properly confined, race to the ground any block of b...

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. — 21 February 1873

Home and Farm. Home and Farm. Winter Pruning of Fruit Trees. la ibeory, tbeonrts may Jifkr very wifely in tbeir ideas touching the printer prardug of lruit tree w.d shrubs; but jraclica! men Uaaaily be girfthi works soon convenient aler tl3 hciidayn- There is no ueeoJ borrowing trouble about the frost in juring tha exposed wood, where a branch baa bc cat on, because, u j6a bsv fiy lar pa tLk scou, just cever the wounds with a little guru hellacdiimolved alcohol, or with com- - mem paint ; grafting wax will also answer the purpose as well. Bat neverprone a plart just for the sake of pruning, or because somebody has said that trees require prumn -annually. The size and lorm of trees may be controlled at will by pruning and fruitfulneas may be hastened or retarded bj the same procetw. Vi; orous growing trees should be pre served with ease and judgment, the operator remembering that the more wood that is cut away the more rapid will be the growth the following sea son ; and if a tree is...

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. — 21 February 1873

PUBLISHED EVXRY FBXDAT. 1KB: 12 C3 Per Israa, !a iliaace. nivrrA.Y. oiiioj frloa Mcimlm. ret. 21, 1 1 I 1873 REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. The Republican! of Hancock coun ty are requested to meet in delegate Convention at the Court House in FInd.ay, on Saturday; March. 15, 1873. to select condidate for Delegate to the Constitutional Convention to be voted for at the coming Spring elec tion, lo be held on the 1st Monday in April ; also, to select delegates to. the BepubHcan, State Convention to be held at Columbus on he 21st day of May next The ratio of representation in said Convention wiH be one for every 20 votes, and one for every fraction ol 10 votes and over, cast for Ulysses S. Grant for President last November, giving .38 Van Bans. 4j Wsahington. The Republicans of the various townships will meet at their respec tive places of holding election on Monday, March 10, 1873 for the pur pose of selecting the above delegates. A full attendance is requested. By order of Committee. Am...

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. — 21 February 1873

r -4. i OLD WHITE conrjER." In orriAr In rrt n nn nnr atrwilr 4Va lo vest possible limit before taking oar anntui inventory, we oner tbe follow iog inducements in prices for the NEXT 30 DAIS OM I Black Frock Over Coats worth 110 OS for 18 SO lack Prock Over Coats worth 16 00 for 13 00 Black Frock Over CoaU worth SO 00 for IS 00 Eat. Qlty Bea'r O'Cnets worth SS 00 for IS M Boys Over CoaU worth S 00 for i 75 Oiler Heayy Goois in Cloiii Seduced In Price in Same Proportion. WHITE BED BLANKETS At a Dto!oujiff $1 lo ft 50 per pir. HTfOOL DOUBLE SHAWLS at a uniform price ol SS, worth KM, ft, 17.76 Shoulder Shawls worth- II 00 for7So B5c forSOe French Herlnoa worth. One Caae Scotch Qi nghams worth-Die for 12)4e Domeatlc Qinghama worth 10 to UH tor 8 to lOe We would also call attention to oar Large Stock of "Lyons,1 Black Gros Grain Silks, Real Irish Poplins, Vel ourSjEpicglines, Black Alpacas, Fare Mohairs, fca, &o., all of which will be sold chbapkb than can be bought elsewhere. 31IHA ...

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. — 21 February 1873

CHICAGO THIEVES CAUGHT. CHICAGO THIEVES CAUGHT. Capture of the Men Who Stole $15,000 CHICAGO THIEVES CAUGHT. Capture of the Men Who Stole $15,000 in Jewelry from a New York Guest at CHICAGO THIEVES CAUGHT. Capture of the Men Who Stole $15,000 in Jewelry from a New York Guest at a Hotel. The circumstances of the Tremont Hotel robbery, which, occurred three or four weeks ago were so inexplica ble, and the amount etoieu so large, that the detectives Lave been more exercised by the occurrence, perhejs, wax Dy any recent criminal event in the city. Mr. Isaac Mills, a travelic salesman lor a New York: ma&ufac- .taring jewelry house, arrived at the hotel with a jeweler's trunk contain ing chains, lockets, and other articles of solid gold, the aggregate value of Trnicn was between 815,000 and $20, 000. lie was assigned to room Ko. 63, on the third floor of the hotel The room frosts ou Michigan-avenue, and the only door by which it can be entered is so situated as to be in full view from...

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. — 28 February 1873

Home and Farm. Home and Farm. If We Had Cheap Freights. . kev-Don ! ""K wlial Juvfl l.-.ti Wis W'.'IlM !oing lor t-ny J" rhe trn-:rvS ""'' '-'"a-, lbs re 1-j-l auilrJ l our - nante, si i1 would b-ave jHtKiui;(-r m '. I -r rr-i ; ii- i" tu.iivau: u... Miiipn it . ati U,Ok tilings ll.at Vin-y c .11 ' cln . pt r ah. I t imi.-r llin cm I lu J jl :. Jou arid Indiana i.-it!iiw (.-. cwin and oik tu f-piJy all ihi: N'Us bordering uu tlie Ail-ui lie aiil iliti Gulf of Mexico. V would have corn Celt! tilrelching for miles, plowed by steam po..w pro- laij. by our inexhaustible coal do ixaiU. We would brina: to our ai l in Uie cultivation of this crop all the appliances of rachifcry, mntl all the skill of men trained to the busincai- We would Iiave Log pastures where the clover ahouid blossom over a bundic-d acres in a tingle inclosure, ai d wbero water should be supplied at convenient places Wo would have rn cribs and cooking apparatus on an ciUs-ive mxiIu, and concentrate oar fcU!l and capita...

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. — 28 February 1873

(TPPICB: Sandnsky8tret,TtrstIXoT Stuff fMOJfie PUBLISHED EVERT FB.IDAT. Till J: 2 C3 Per luu, !i Idmes. FINDLAY; OHIO frUsr KormlatT. Fo. 88, i t 1813 REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. The Republicans of Hancock coun ty axe requested to meet in delegate Conrention ex the Court Home in Findlay, on to select a condidate for Delegate to the Constitutional Convention to be Toted for at the coming Spring elec tion, to be held on the 1st Monday in April ; also, to select delegates to the Bcpublican State Conrention to be held at Columbus on he 21st day of Hay next. The ratio of representation in said Convention will be one for every 20 votes, and one for every fraction of 10 votes and over, cast for Ulysses S. Grant for President last November, giving tVT.IhertT Allen U tui un . . ... Bliick. Marlon , . g ' ""' fortune , lfeiaware IvPloassiit 7 Kaele t ! U nlon V, Van Buren , , l . 1 Vlndlav. .i,-... 4jWaslilnifton The Bepublicans of the various townships will meet at their respec tive places...

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. — 28 February 1873

it OLD WHITE CORNER," la order to reduco oar stock to the lowest possible limit before taking oar ftnnaal inventory, we oder the follow ing lndacements la prices (or Uie NEXT 30 DAIS OA'LV 1 Black Frock Over Coal worth f 10 00 for SH 00 lack Frock Over Coat worth 16 00 for 12 00 Black Krock Over duals worth SO 00 for IS 00 fife. QUy Boa'r O'CoaU worth 25 00 for 18 M Boya Over Coala worth 00 for I 75 Otter HBayy GcoJs in Clotlii. Reduced in Price in Same Proportion. ii. At a DUoonnt of 1 to 11 50 par pair. ALL WOOL DOUBLE SKAWLS wta Bnlform prloo ol to, wortn K.50, tl, A (7.75 Bhnnldor Shawls worth Kronen Merino worth ft 00 for 75c lr5c for fax- One Can Scotch Gil ogham worth JHc Cor I2J jc Itotuextlc uinghaui worth 10 to 12,'J tor 8 to 10c We would also call attention to our Large Stock of "Lyons,' Black Gros Grain Silks, Ileal Irish Poplins, Vel ours, Epinglines, Black Alpacas, Pure Mohairs, &o., all of which will be sold cheafkr than can be bouglt elsewhere. 31IHA mn U 1U to i...

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. — 28 February 1873

Lot "are are romLaates fj. pleasures ssio-s. For Vbt' rnalizioff iencioMt. TT VUv T UBS V TT lUJMDOU SwSw .d. II ere at our dreary detk we read these rica reports, end greatly do we find ourselves refreshed thereby These festive chronicle! may.. be divided into two parte, viz.: rk descritition ot the ladies and their clothes; and, 2 A description of the victuals. We have two ol these rosy and tneiizu2 reports before us, and may be allowed to condense them for the delectation of the canons. You eater, and yon are sot only "bewildered by the splendor of the scene. bat too are also surprised at ike preponderance or beauty." But why, O Jenkins, preponderance T Are the besalies or wssningion specially heavy t Are there less light than naaal upon the fantastic toe ? Are they large walsted and beefy, as poor Hawthorne says the British ladles are? We object to "preponderance,' as suggestive of elephantine. Wc object, also, to Jenkins statement that a sparkling French marquise nss fine teeth...

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. — 7 March 1873

Home and Farm. [From Vick's Floral Guide, for 1872.] IMPROVEMENT OF HOME GROUNDS. Man way rt- happy i;!.oil a 4."in ; fie may even Lave a l-n e ot tat1, 1 upDo, iihout tre-'-ra -hrub, or flower ; yet when ill Oc-af -r w Uhed to prepare a prop bonw fur mm, pure in all Lis laHleK and mad i-i Hi own image. He plant a gara-n atii piaveu una noblest spec- i.n n f creative power in it, to drew) and kw p it. Ale mi ';-Pt;ont on tlie iraprov ing of zoi.vli and th adornment of rural l;-rifii, I think, will be uefal, and ti'Mnta great many inquiries that I am itiia'ili; to answer saiistactor- ily ty Jotter, f edy in U19 bojuness FC3VO') In the first place I would remark lint t'ie fjKtce iu front of the. house and :w-f aily the (fides exposed to view from thet-treet, aliould Le in pra-s Xo arrsn gement of beds, or Imr.lers wi!! look so neat and tasteful ft a well keutr piece of grass. It can alro ha kejt in better order at les cost than in any otier way. Get a good plat of grass, and good, dry...

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. — 7 March 1873

ffUntially Ium heretofore been given in In reply to a question, he said J? ie Lv-Tfffi"?? for lOBl B VOiuuua, uw no uau uu donbt rt could readHy be had: where upon. Mr. Greene raid the Hocking Boad wouia xurnisn nun witn au uie Coal he ought mot. MR. GREENE, la i ponseo to a calL again ovat ionrard, aad atated that hia plan wi to use the depot of the Hockm? Yal- ley Boad, whereby not a dollar of expense would be incurred tor that parpoee, wniie we roods, crouncu, etc would alao be in common. He said " aeparate aooommodatioc of that kind would cout $200,000. He said the mazunnm erade of the Atlantic Lake Erie Eoad in Pefrvoounty, TU 62 feet per mile, and in Wood oomiTl&p 40 feet. If anybody wanted Coal over such grades, instead of 28 feet,' uer would nave to toot the bUIa, He atated that the lowest figures yet found for profitable transportation of coai, was a traction over one cent per ton per mile, over the Readingf Penn.) Boad, where 4,000,000 tone per an num were transported....

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. — 7 March 1873

OLD WHITE CORNER." In order to redaoe our stock to the owost possible limit before taking onr annual inventory, we offer the follow ing inducements in prices for the NEXT 30 DAIS OM ! Black Frock Over Ooata worth f 10 OS for K SO lack Frock Over Ooata worth IS 00 for 12 00 Black Frock Over Coats worth 30 00 for IS 00 f2x. Q'lty Beat O "Costs worth SS 00 for 18 M Boys Over Coat worth S 00 for 4 75 Ota toj Ms in (Mil Reduced in Price in Same Proportion. At a Discount of 11 to 1 50 per pair. all wool mum shawls at a uniform price ol IS, worth 16 JO, 17, I7.T& Bboulder Bhawla worth French Merinos worth tl 00 for 75c . SScforSOe Une Case Hcoteb CM nghams worth-Uc for I2He Iiouieatio (1 ingliaraa worth 10 to 12 for 8 to 10c We would also call attention to onr Large Stock of MLyons,' Black Gros Grain Silks, Real Irish Poplins, Vel ours, Epinglines, Black Alpacas, Pure Mohairs, &, Ac, all of which will be sold chkapxb than can ba bought elsewhere. (('UHHH03 3IIHA mn 1 FRIDAY MORmG.M...

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. — 7 March 1873

An Essay on the Devil. BY A. R. When ft writer essays to delineate the Itfe ad character of an individual, the fL-it thing, usually, ia to give the name, birth-place and date of nativi ty. Bat m oar aabject ia an extraord inary character, and his very exis tence Is often questioned, as well as his natort misrepresented, we begin with the proof of his personality, or actual being. So far as we have in formation on the subject, the Devil U possessed of the qualities requisite to personality. lie is represented in the Bible as speaking, going about, and performing many acts which could not properly be attributed to a mere principle. By reference to Genesis third Chap., verses 1st and 6th in clusive, we learn that through the serpent as an agent or medium, he held a conversation with Eve, and playsd a trick that has been the cause of all oar woes. There must have been a personal devil in this business, for Eve was made "pcxxT in the first place, and had ncwherent evil prin ciple to hatc...

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