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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 14 March 1873

Hone and Farm. [From Floral Guide, for 1873.] [From Floral Guide, for 1873.] IMPROVEMENT OF HOME GROUNDS [From Floral Guide, for 1873.] IMPROVEMENT OF HOME GROUNDS TREES AND SHRUBS IN LAWNS. Tiro great errors are usually made, both by gardeuera and amateurs one destroying the lawn by calling it up with unnecessary walks and hower beds, the other producing the tune result by almoht covering it with tret-s and shrubbery. Grass cannot grow well among the roots and under iLe shade of trees and shrubs, and no lan can look well cut op in sections by numerous roads. Most of the Tittle lawns we see in the country are almost destroyed by one or both of these causes. The main part of the lawn ariouid te leit nnfcroken by treo shrub, as a general role, and if any tree is admitted it should be only an occasional fine specimen, like a purple beech, or manrnnlia. or eat.loju.tJi birch. A tree or two in certain ap propriale places for shade, is of course desirable; but plant for the fat ore, not f...

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 March 1873

OFFICE: X indmky Street, Pint Door Katie f PotlOJlc PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY. TEE2S : (2 03 Per Ia, li IJrizce. FIIVD1A.Y. OHIOj .Friday -dermlnc, 1 1 Mar. 14,1873 REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. - TION. The Republicans of Hancock coun ty are requested to meet in delegate Convention at the Court Hooae in Findlay, on Saturday; March 15, 1873. to select a condidate for Delegate to the Constitutional Conversion to be voted for at the coming Spring elec tion, to be held on the 1st Monday in April ; also, to select delegate to the Republican State Convention to be held at Columbus on he 21t day of May next The ratio of representation in said Convention will be one for every 20 voter, and one for every fraction of 10 votes and over, cast for Ulysses S. Grant for-President last November, giving Amanda. SUtwrtj. Alien Delaware, KaKle fiudlay, .Washington The EeDubncans of the various townships will meet at their respec tive places of holding election on Monday, March 10, 1873 for the pur pose o...

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 March 1873

OLD WHITE CORNER.'1 In order to reduce our stock to the ovest possible limit before taking our annual inventory, we offer the follow ing inducements in prices for the NEXT SO DAYS OiW ! Black Frock Over Coata worth HO M for W SO lack Frock Over Co U worth li 00 for 12 00 Black Frock Over OoaU worth 30 00 for 16 00 Ex. Qlty Bear Otloata worth 25 00 for tf M Boya Ovar OoaU worth- 00 for 4 75 OttoEsaTj Ms li Wm Reduced In Price' in Same Proportion. WHITE BED BUR At a Discount of 1 to 11 50 per pair. ILL WOOL DOUBLE SHAWLS at a uniform price of 35, wortn I6JSQ, 17, A 17.75 Khoulder Bhawla woi French Merlnoa worth. 00 for 75c 5c forfioe One Caae Scotch Qlnghami worthJSc for lte DmncKtlc Qtnghama worth 10 to 1Z lor 8 to 10c We would also call attention to our Large Stock of "Lyons,'' Black Gros Grain Silks, Real Irish Feplins, Vel ours, Epinlines, Black Alpacas, Pure Mohairs, Lo-, dec, all of which will be old cbkafeb than can be bought elsewhere. u'lrarjuoa 31IHA mn u iu " I'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. — 14 March 1873

INAUGURAL ADDRESS, Delivered by President Grant, at his Delivered by President Grant, at his Second Inauguration, March 4th, '73. FiLLOwCmzEXi: Under Provi dence, I hsve been called a second time to act aa the Executive over this great nation. It baa been my en deavor in the past to maintain the laws, and, so far as lay in my power, to act for the best interests of the whole people. Mr beat effhrta will be given in the same direction in the future, aided, I trust, by my low years' experience in the office. When my urn term of the cfihve ot Chief axecattre began, the eoontry had not recovered from the effect 'ot a great internal revelation, and tbree of the xoraerstttta of Che Union had not yet been restored to their federal re lations. It seemed tomewisethst no new question should be raised so long as that condition of affurs exist ed ; therefore, the past four years, so far as I could control event, have been consumed in the effort to restore harmony, the public credit, commerce, a...

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 March 1873

Home and Farm. [From Vick's Floral Guide, for 1873.] IMPROVEMENT OF HOME GROUNDS Some erfoDd may think from what we hive said in favor ot grans in front of the houHe in preference to beds ol flowers, that we are no friend ot these bean til ul treasures these delightful children ot the field and garden, who speak in evcy fragrant breath, and lovely tint, and graceful form, of Him who spake from naught their match- leas beauty. I only wish them to be treated in proper manner. In the ceo ter of the lawn, especially if opposite a window, it is well to make a round or oval bed, and on the borders or near the edges of the lawn, beds of various graceful forms ws give a few plan! for such beds: These beds should be filled with flowers that will keep in bloom during the whole Mason, and it is best generally to have but one kind in i bed. Phlox Dromrnon dii. Verbena, Portulaca, and the scarlet Gerard I una, are well adapted for this purpose. These beds it must be remem bered, are for the oma ...

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 March 1873

Wht MtUtxmku. OPPICE: 8aHdmMky8tTeet.nntDoor Zatlaf PoilOgiet PTJBIJSHED EVERY FRIDAY. mi!: 12 CO Per lusa, li limu. FINDLAYi OHIOj TrtdMT M ermlmc. 1 1 t Har. X1.1873 HON. CHAS. W. O'NEAL. The Repablicn County Convection, last Saturday, made an excellent ae lection, in the above named gentleman, for Delegate to the Constitutional Convention. Mr. O'Neal hai been a resident of this county since 1835, and his character for integrity and ability is each that we fed that any commen elation at oar hards would be super fluous. He has been indentied with every step in the growth and develop ment of the county, and there is per haps no other man in the county who is better or more favorably known, or who is better acquainted with the wants of all classes ol our cituens. Aside from his high character as a citizen, he is peculiarly tutted lor the position for which he baa been selected by a large portion ofhis fellow citizens, A ready parliamentarian well ten ed inlaw of excellent judgmentjan...

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 March 1873

OLD WHITE CORNER! SPRING 1873. ipuiu micniimoimn u LADIES' DRESS GOODS! In all tbe Nsw Color and Assortment oi hiiadea.- We Invite t articular attention to Heal Irish Poplint, Blacle Grot Grain Silks, Black Alpacas and Jilehairs, Japanese SHU A Poplin, Stripe; lancy JtfuUuret, Plain, Corded and Jac guard Mohair, Ac, Ac, All Sew and Cheap.. ' Ala tome Bargain in ' , French Merino, ( Epmglinte, and " ' .Oiler Heavy Drtu Good, t:.:z - L.i3i ' i" vc.yj i.: Which k are Closing Out i - Jlegardlest of Cost. ....... AVa Stylet in Embroideries, : Lace, BvJJUngs, Tickings, Bucket t Ladies Silk Tut,. Ixid Glove, Uotiery, Corset, Hoop Skirls, tie , Ac, At, Ae., LAMES' SERGE GAITERS A new stock bought direct from the mano iaoturera, and aold at Special Low Prices NEW CARPETINGS! dont bay until you see them And Get Onr Prices. OUR BACKROOM . Was never so full of Ready Made Clothing some of the best quality of Clothing ever of fered In Findiay ,anu bought on purpose To Sell at a BARGAIN We can ffl...

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 March 1873

DOUGLASS' ESCAPE. DOUGLASS' ESCAPE. The Story as First Told by Himself at Philadelphia. Telegraphic mention baa already been made of the fact that Fred. Donglaas had, in a lecture at Phila delphia, recited for the first time publicly the story of Lis escape from slavery. We are now in receipt of a mere fall abstract or bis statement, which we are core will be read with interest by alL lie said : "While slavery existed I bad good reasons for not telling the story of my escape irom bondage, and now that great trial is over, I da not know any good reason why I should Dot tell It. People generally imagine! thai K was a marvellous recitaL but it is one of the most simple and common' place stones that could be given. J was owned in Talbot County, on the eastern shore of Vary land, in 1839, ana a few years after that time mads myescape. I had been sent op-1 Baltimore by my master to a brt ther ot Lis lor sale keeping, bat it strange movement to send me sixty miles nearer my liberty. When I...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 28 March 1873

Home and Farm. Plants in Rooms. WINDOW GARDENING ILLUSTRATED. The chief uf.e of flowers is to bean tify our homes, hence it in projier to nM them within doors as well as with out; and nothing adds more to th cheerful appearance ot our parlor or Bitting room than a few nice plants and fl wern, especially in the dull wa- son of the winter. All who love llo ers and their culture are dextrous of Kavifi' twirr.fi of their its from the nipping frotos of autumn, and enjoy ing tin m within doors when all out 1 . a . tt ue i.nve je n-nea. li.is is not bo vi!y done in this rigoroua climate as i i mild. r regionssill it is not a very diflicult tank, especially in well con Ktrucled houses, and with a Judicious m lection ot plants Mr. Viclc in Lis I'loral Gutde for 167.1, gives the following hints and illustrations on this topic : Plants in the house aflord the most pleasure ic the winter season when all is dreary without. In summer the garden furnishes abundance of flow ers for decoration ; bat...

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 March 1873

gk tlkxmmu. OFFICE: Bamdmky Hired, First Door JCastoJ Post Office PUBLISHED EVEKT FRIDAY. THIS : .2 CD Per Issna, li Ibisce. FINDLAY, OHIO. frlday Moraine, s Mar. 28,1873 GET OUT THE VOTE. It ie highly important that a full vote be polled at the coming election. The work to be performed by the Constitutional Convention is of vast ly more importance to the people of the State than that of who shall ad minister the J over nicest of the State, for a few years; Lence the present elecUoa should receive the attention of all classes and should CiU oat & lare vote. We believe that the best interests of Hancock county require the election of Hon Cuabxes W. O'Xkal, and we Lave faith to believe tiiat the people re g&rd it in the same light. NEW SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY. Mr.Boutwell'j successor, Hon Wm. A. Richardson,is,Iike his predecessor, a Massachusetts man. The Cincin na'i Gazette gives the following brief summary of hla public life : Having studied law, Le was admitted to the Bos...

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 March 1873

OLD WHITE CORNER! SPRING1873. ftfawCIAX I2DCC3IKKTH OKfWICD r In all the New tVilors and Assortment ol Mhsdes. We Invite particular attention to oar ntw stock 01 Heal Irish Poplins, Black Grot Grain SUkt, Iilack Alpacas and Mthairs, Japanese fitli fi Pojjlis, Stripes, lannj Mixture, Plain, Corded and Jacquard Mohairs, tie., ic , Ail JT and Clicap. f AUo tome Bargains in French Merinos, Epinglines, and Other Heavy Dritt Goods, Which tee art Closing Out Regardless of Cost. New Styles in Embroideries, Bnees, RvjJUngs, Tickings, Buchcs, ladies Silh Ties, Jxid Gloves, Hosiery, Corsets, Hoop Skirts, te , te, i LAim1 SERGE GAITERS A new stock bought direct from the manu facturer, and sold at Special Low Prices NEW CARPETINGS! don't buy a nil) you see them And Get Oar Prices. OUR BACK ROOM Was never so full of Ready Made Clothing some or the beet quality of Clothing ever of fered In Flndlay.auu bought on purpose To Sell at a BARGAIN We can ,nt and twit" ih biggest manor small ettt boy. COME...

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 March 1873

THE "EBENEZERS." THE "EBENEZERS." Their New Home in Iowa. In the year 1842, lays the Buffalo Commercial Adc.rtiscr, there came to this aectioi o. toe cocatry a coiocy of ficile who tad emr.iea iron. Geisin, in the Dacby of Hesse Darms tadt German?, nimberiD-t WU souls They purchased 5,000 seres of land for 910 per acre, on Buffalo creek, a few inles irom the city, ana settled ; tkereoa,"Sab6eqnenUy tbeyadaef L000 ornom sens to tbeif .gu-a. purchase. This was the co-operative communion known as the "J-bene-zer" the. fqnrJittle, Tillages which ;tosjOacteawqn; U(e tecnepi tpe "ILbenezer betuemenw ana an ue ins within eight miles of Buffalo. They.' were a frugal, "Industrious, - moral people,' being entirely free from these objectionable leatnres which freaaentlr characterize what are termed Kmm-jna.' JThiy went to work witli f aright goodwjlJ even us women vu jcuwvr y sisting at the severest tasks-cleared their lands, sod SOOB tb rasnlU Of their labors becameapnaieiit4o the greatly iap...

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. — 4 April 1873

Home and Farm. AN ACT . .---.-1 w-llo W r u A ..-.- A ! l-l-l-"i If-n-iio 1 Ht U enacted by Ua Genert.l Attttnllyof ll Stale of Ohio, That f t-ii-'ii nxtei-i ot the above en tiiK-d ict I e amended so ax to read a.- follow : .cti x 1C. For the purpose ol lri :;r a")" ditch opn an J iu good repair that. ia iw.r tn.-iy Lercaiter be eon-tiurted under any laws of tl. State, r.ny two resident land owners taxed fi.r tl.e construction thereof, may i;ake their statements in writing to the county auditor, setting forth the neceMtitj of cleaning out and re' pairing mch ditch, what repair they deem necessary, together with an es litnate of the amount it will take to perform the same. Upon receiving eaid blaUment the county auditor shall forthwith appoint one disinter ested freeholder of the county through which eaid ditch paaees, who shall be sworn to go upon the line of said dilcb and examine the same carefully, and male hi rqwrt In writing to the county auditor, fixing the amount that each la...

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. — 4 April 1873

Sfo Jf tfitxstmlm OPFICE: FTTBLXSHXIJ EVERT FRIDAY. THM: (2 00 Per luii, Ii iiruce. FIPTOLAY, OHIOi rriiij If amlac, 1 1 April 4,1873 DEATH OF JOHN BOWMAN, ESQ. John Bowman, well known to most of the citizens of thia county, died at his late residence in Vanlne, last Sunday morning. Mr. Bowman was born in Perm sylvania in 1816, and was in bis fifty-seventh Tear when he died. He was by profession a teacher, and bad been identified for many years with the educational interests of the coon tv PTa wu a Tpr TMHnt man in eTerr sense of that word. Be had been associated with the 1L E. Church for about thirty-four years. He was a Tery consistent and exemplary Christian, who adorned the doctrines of his Savior by a godly walk and chaste conversation. His remains were brought to Find lay Tuesday, and conveyed to the M. E. Church, from whence, after a very appropriate discourse by Rev. D. Gray, they were borne to the Cemetery, and laid away to rest The community deeply sympathize with the bere...

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. — 4 April 1873

OLD WHITE CORNER! SPRINGrl873. SI-BCIAX IXDCCKKBXTS orFEEBD n all tbe New Colon and Assortment ol inadea. We invite particular attention to or yew stock 01 Ileal Irish I'oplins, Black Grot Grain Silk; Black Alpacas and JUs-fiairs, Japanese Stilt Poplins, Stripe, lanry Mixtures, Plain, Cordsd and Tatquard Mohairs, cc., etc., ill Xete and Gfteop. Also tome Bargains in . French Merinos, Epinglinet, and Other Heavy Driss Goods, iVach tee art Closing Out Ylegardlets of Cost. New Styles in Embroideries, Laces, IiuJJUngs, Tuekings, Buchcs, Ladies Silk Ties, YU Gloves, Hosiery, jCorsets, Hoop Skirts, J. new stock bought direct from the manu facturers, and sold at Special Low Prices NEW CARPETINGSI 'ont buy until you i them Inti Get Our Prices. OUR BACK ROOM Was never so full of Ready Made Clothing some of the best quality of Clothing ever of fered in t lndlay.ana Dougm on purpow To Sell at a BARGAIN We cau rflt and suit" the biggest manor smanwt boy. COME AND TRY IT ON. .MM MOD (110 -M- JSS...

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. — 4 April 1873

THE PRESS. Newspapers as a Means of Culture. la an article on the Abases cf Heading,'' in the April cumber ot Old and 2sewt J. P. Qaincy My i true word and a cood word lor news papers as a means of culture. Doubt any one's good sense who ppeak? scornfully of newspapers. There is touch in them that is trilling and, per naps, demoralizing ; but, in the be-t of them, how much that is wise and noble. I have a lew choice vol umes on my shelve, among them an Uuvet Cicero and folio Shakespeare ; Lut I would save my newspaper ecrap books before either of them. I have no volume that contains so teach sennd thought, Rood English, good sense, and important knowledge, i: yon ask for wit, I will agree to match every jest and sarcasm in the "School lor ft caudal with Rotnethm; irom mv ecran-book unite as frood in the Way of epigram, and fashed upon anmn miwiiicf !iirh it i im rw-irtant ciinnM r, een. Here are full reports of lectnras on history by Hedge, poetry by Lowell, sci ence by Agassiz and ...

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. — 11 April 1873

Home and Farm. Home and Farm. Punctuality of Farmers. The agricultural part of mankind Laveenflertd fccriou-ly in character and but-iuet by t0 recklee disregard oi written and verb contracts. And tLere is an nrgnt necessity for our Agricultural SociUos, Clubs and Granges to take in Land tbe import ml tak of educating people up to the imiortauce of punctuality in tbe pay ment of their debts. Many tanners cannot borrow, in cac of emergency, from bank at reasonable rates of in terest, for the reason that they have failed to establish their credit for promptnet Farmers should all feel as ihey do in commercial circles, that a lack of punctuality is forfeiture of honor. And when a man becomes so reckless of his honor as not to feel keenly a Lletnish on Lis reputation when his contracts are considered of no account, he Las lout much of that which hhould pulsate proudly in every man's heart. We would therefore urge upon Ag- cultural Clubs, and especially Granges, which are o coasti.uted as ...

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. — 11 April 1873

Wht Mhxmwu. OFFICE: Sandtuk Street, rtrtt Door Kail of Pott Ogle PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TEEIS: ti 00 Per litis, ii lirnci FINDLAY, OHIO, Friday Msrmlme, ill April 11,1873 BOOKS, PERIODICALS, &c. Ellina, tbz Bride or Moktrois, This ib the title of a new book, or poem, trom the pen of William V. Lawsaxcz, of Chillicothe, Ohio, Thie book, bearing the name Ellima, also contains another poem, Iaitba, ok tux Hebxit's Talk. The tormer a a tale of the war, a kind of romance The plot is good, and the locality of the incidents is laid in East Tennessee and Southwestern Virginia, on the Colston and Clinch men. It is after the rtyle of the Lady of the Lake." It is brimful of loyalty, without being abusive toward any, excepting in so far as to make the narrative interesting in depicting the characters. The heroines are Ellina, a beautiful girl residing witn her father on the banks of the Holston, and Herbert Lcgrande, her lover, who had joined the Union army. His rival is Hugh AlcCreigh, a ...

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. — 11 April 1873

OLD WHITE CORNER! SPRING4873. 8I1U.IAI. IJWCCEXBHTS OKVKKED Ik In all the New Colors and Assortment ol tiiisles. We Invite particular attention to our Kw Stock at Heal Irish J'oplint, Jilacl Grot Grain Silli, lilark Alic$ and Idihain, Japanese Stilt tt PopUu, Stripe, lancy JUixturet, Plain, Cordid and Jaequard Mohairs, dec., tkc, All JVW and Cheap. Also some Bargains in French Merinos, Epxnglints, and Other Heavy Dress Goods, Which we art Closing 01 Regardless of Cost. New Styles in Embroideries, Laces, Rtrfflings, Tuckings, Buches, Zadies SUk Ties, JluI Gloves, Hosiery, Corsets, Hoop Skirts, ?, Cc, dV?n Cc, LAMES' SEBfSB MITERS A new stock bought direct from the mann laclurum, and sold at Special Low Prices and NEWCARPETINGS! dont buy until yon see them And Get Our Prices. OUR BACK ROOM Was never so full of Ready Made Clothing some or the best quality of ClothlnneTer of. fered In Flndlay.and bought on purpose . To Sell at a BARGAIN We can "fit and an It" the blgges man or smallest ...

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. — 11 April 1873

KING FERDINAND'S YANKEE WIFE It ia not generally kown that one of the Quoena of Europe at the present time is an American LaJy of decidedly ' I.nmb'e origin. She is tLe wifo of In Ferdinand, of Portugal, who, fliidin;: tfc dnties of hid ofEco nnoon genial to Lis reUring tacte abdicated b tow yean a.'jo, as-l making, danc a trip to Paris tho acquaintance of very pood looking actresa, offered her, in 1SC9, his fceart ana band, which edo joyiuiiy acoeptea. liiey were married with considerable iomp at Lisbon, and the actress, although she m no reigning uueen, is treated by her royal relatives with all the rerpect flue to ner naaband's exalted rank. and she is addretwed as my ster" tiy tueen Hans 1'ia, the daughter of victor imanucl, and as "Her Ma jeety" by her attendants and servants King Ferdinand's wife was born in. 1840 in Boston, where her father was a poor German shoemaker, and she has many acquaintances in New York Her name previous to her marriage was Eliza Hensler. She attended...

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