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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 23 May 1873

Home and Farm. How My Friend Got His Orchard. tnr. rarxm-eet. by saywg. J Mor7 Jat back loaeJoBrt" eajeat, and I would not writ it lot Ithixk it may Mgge the means of pruriB. trees, lo thoe who ire now taxable (or think tl.eiu selves so ) to bay ot Ute ircreerytnao treed oldnon?fa to net in ILe orchard MytrienJ'was poor- Ho Jxtgu Hi without means, adnrriff' -s - the age ot 22, lie had nothing bur lis Lead and hands oo wbiuh Co nly tor a i v ing .lie taught Tie district aJwol winters, and did ancb farm labor ax was wanted in (heoeighborbsod da ring ttie remainder ot tne j ear. Hi wife bad (fihertted a -ema!J -home a comfortt-blw.iioase and aotne tarm land adjoining, but there was n orchard, and the door yard was destitute of trees. Ornamental trees were wanted, but the orchard was the first and important object to be alt' ined bat bow? Their small earn ings left bo surplus, after paying cur rent expenses, that could be spared ior anything but preasiag necessities. The agents of the n...

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 May 1873

OVFIG2: S-iaimii, Urctt.FirttDoor Eattot Pnt09M PUBUSHEO EVERY FKIDAT. IVLI 2 00 Per luu, li linace. FINDLAYj OlHOi Friday Moraine, t i H7 23.1873, REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. This body met at Columbus last Wednesday and put in nomination the iollowing excellent ticket: Oovemor Edward F. Noyea. Lieut-Gov. Alr.honso Hart. Comptroller of Treasury Wm. T. Wilson. Judge of Supreme Court William White and W. F. Stone. Treasurer Isaac Welsh. Att'y Gen. John Little. Board of Public Worhs Philip V. Ileriing. The following square andiolid plat form was adopted : First That the principles ot the party, as heretolore expressed in its Conventions, are reaffirmed, and it is declared that events have proved that their practical enforcement is essential to the welfare of the country and the maintenance of the interests, rights and liberties ot the people. Second That we reaffirm oar con fidence in President Grant, and in the wisdom, integrity and success of the administration ot Lis high office. I...

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 May 1873

OLD WHITE CORNER! SPRING 1873 BfBClAL UDCCMini OtTKBBD IW LAUlfiS' DRESS GOODS! In all the New Colon mud Assortment ol Hbtdn. We lnvlla puumlw attention to vur jsewoaoc OI -Eatl JruA Poplins, Black Grot Grid Silt, Black Alpacms and Mohairs, Japanese Stilt t Poplins, Stripes, Taney Mixture, Plain, Cordtd and Jacquard Mokairt, die., tic., All Xrm and Cheap. Also tome Bargains in French Merinos, Epingtints, and. Other Heavy Drat Good, Wldck we art Closing Out Rtgardltss of Cost. New Stylet in Embroideries, Laets, Rtrfflinps, Tuckinys, Bucket, Ladies Silk Tits, Idd Gloves, Hosiery, Corsets, Hoop Skirts, tic , Jbc . ttc tte., WW SERGE GAITERS A new stock bought direct from tbe manu lacturen, ana sola at Special Low Prices NEWCARPETINGSl dont bay nntll y-o see them And 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 nnuiay.ana oougnt on purpose To Sell at a BABGAIN We can "Ot and suit" the blggeei manor ammuest o...

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 May 1873

AN INDIAN'S REVENGE. VLere the Kettucky river cuts it tray through the mountains, Laving npon either bank bold, rugged cliffs that lift their summit five hundred and a thousand feet, as the case may be, above the atream, there lived id early times a settler by the same Eufas Branson who, with his wife and only child, a charming little girl of some eight or Dine years, occupied the rude cabin at the base of a preci pice a Iitue back from the nver. Although greatly exposed to dan ger the Indians at that time being plentiful throughout the region he managed to live quietly for several Tears. The Indians frequently visited the rude home of the hunter, and being always welcomed and provided with each food as might be in the larder, the maintained a very friendly atti tude. Especially they were fond of the child, Maggie, and more than one fierce warrior had been seen sitting nntha erase in front of the cabin, listening to the childish prattle of tht little one, or else engaged in mak ing ...

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. — 30 May 1873

Home and Farm. Committees at Agricultural Committees at Agricultural Fairs. Iu the progress I luaiiit!s among agricultural societies, at this season ol the year, oae important item is tL nammj , of gentleman and ladies to erve on awarding eamiiiitteea. After an experience of twenty-five years in the working of these exhibition, ve are thoroughly impressed1 with the fact Uial this is one of the weakest and moatdUEuall pokiU to m&bag, oi all we rsave to encoanter. If our .State and large district fairs would employ and pay a picked net of judges to work exclusively at tbia one thing during a lair, something like jastic might be done to exhibitors, and a wards might have jtome significance in the eyea ol the public Ai it is now, the decisions are as tajutiliztog sod , uncertain as a suit in chancery, rue award carries neither boner or satis faction. On thin subject, Mr. G. E. Giadborne, of Brayton, promulgates some good ideas through the .Maine Farmtr. I am somewhat interested in t...

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. — 30 May 1873

aondtkvBtrtl,nrtDoor Kattof foUO&t PUBLISHED EVERT FRIO AT. UUl: 12 00 Per Inn, li limee. FINDLAY; OHIO, Friday Maraimc. Ill lffy 30,1873. THE STATE TICKET. That the Convention at ColamboB, lst week, did a good day's work U acknowledged on all hand. In the renomination of Got, Xoyes it bat reechoed the universal wish of the Republicans of the State,and secured to the party a true and tried stand ard bearer for the approaching po litical contest. His faithful discharge of the duties of his office during the past two years has secured for hiin the respect and confidence of the peo- of the State. The selection of lion. Alpbonso II art for Ueut-Governor, from the number of good men whose names were presented to the convention, is a deserved compliment to true merit. Mr; Hart possesses a clear head and a large heart ; is a flnent speaker, and a logical debater. With Senator Hart and Gov. Xoyes upon the stump, no one need fear that the issues of the campaign will not be fairly met and...

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. — 30 May 1873

OLD WHITE CORNER! When you are ready to buy Dry Good of any descrip tion. Clothimg-, Boots and Shoes, Carpet lugs, most em phatically ' -OLD . WHITE CORNER is the place and we are the men it will pay yon to see. Pay no attention to what you are offered elsewhere,bnt Come and see ns before you buy. Dress Goods. 1 All Silk aod Wool Fopluts worth i ! $1 25 ttt 85c I 1AU Silk Warp JapmneM SiLkcj 2 worth 111 00 for 60c j 1 Bine, and Fancj Grenadines,! i tl 25 to $3 00. - .1 Alpac In Black, Gray, and all! ! tbe oew colon. ! Black Groa Grain Silka, Colored! ! Silks, and big stock of Fancy 1 1 Ureas Goods, retailing at whole-j sale prices. White Coods. I Victoria Lawns, Plain and Stri j iped Organdies, Tarletons, Bisbopj I Lawns, Nainsooks, Shirred Mas j jlins.Embroideries, Handkerchiefs,! ::Qilts, Table Linens, Lace Car-: itains, fcc, dec, ail at LOWER! PRICES than bavs ruled fori 'jmany years Notions and Fancy a Goods. faraaols, all kinds, trom 25c. to: $7.00. FANS, Wood, Palm Leaf,! Silk...

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. — 30 May 1873

A BIT OF HISTORY. How Salmon P. Chase was Not for the Presidency. Thr is nothinz in American po litieal history more ignorantly and frwinratJv written about than the narrow escape the lata Chief Justice Chase had from being nominated for President by the Democratic Nation al Convention of July, 18CS. There were never before so many persons who know nothing about the cause of a thin?, yet who have assumed to know all about them as this case ex hibits. A monument more enduring than brats or marble has been built out of tha fabrications concerning this question, to the illimitable pow er of Americana to lie. The present seems the time, once and for all, to place the political mistake, which the failure to nominate Air. Chase was, on its proper basis, to reduce it to its exact proportions of fact,and to prune from it the tangled and tortuous on truhs which have get woven round it. The Convention was a comedy of errors. It met in New York, in Tammany Hall, July 4 the dale a cheap, specta...

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 June 1873

Home and Farm. Praise Children. There is aa old S'i;jrstii:n- i . i l.'ui. prue u ww gojj a to t,e g i n to cLila'reo; that it is too rich tor thir moral and mental digestion. Some parents we so afraid that a cLi! 1 will grow proud, that they never praise Mm, and this course is often disas trous. It Li apt to produce too much Ti . I i . . ecu uKrwni ior sell assertion m a legitimate outgrowth of the with. holding of commendation to which one u entitled or to engender a sell diaUust melancholy hopelessness of disposition. Praise ia sunshine to a child, and there ia no .ild that dr. not need it. It ia the high reward of one's struggle to do right. Thomas Hughes says that you can never get i says that you can never get a man's best out of him without praise. You cerlai:.ly can never git a child1 best out of him without praise. Many a sensitive child, we believe, is starving to death f ;r kind commendation. Many a child, starv- . . . . i . r . . , , to o , , & . . . , . , UV1V4 ! AU...

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. — 6 June 1873

Sfe tikwimm. OFPin-R- g.w d ..ty atreet . lKrt Jot Kattdf PoilOffUt PUBLISHED EVEKY FRED AT. TEm.12 CO ?.rluu, li liruss, FINDLAY, OHIO) Friday . 'orwlng. t ti lim 8.1813. HOW NOT TO DO IT. Some irreverent wag once laid that "all things were foreknown to an all wise Providence except the decision of a petit jury.' Had that profane wit lived in Hancock county be might have bo amended hit assertion as to include the late grand jury. Certainly no human foresight could have expected any other result than the indictment of Wo. Mungen and D. J. Alt man for their assault on Marshal RuhL And here we wish to say that while we fear that certain members of that jury have forfeited the respect of their fellow-men by their conduct in this matter, we do not think the blame by any means altogether with them. It requires twelve of a grwnd Jury to agree to find an indictment, and four head strong, prejudiced men might defeat the indictment of the greatest ecoun ' drel that ever went unhung. A fore m...

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 June 1873

OLD WHITE CORNER! When you are ready to buy Dry Qoods or any Descrip tion. Clothing:, Eoots and Shoes, Carpet ings, most em- phatically OLD "WHITE COENEE is the place and we are the men it will pay you to see. Fay no attention to -what you are offered elsewhere,but Come and see us before you buy. Dress 'Goods. i All aiilk and Wool Poplins worth i 1 81 5 at 95c ! I All Silk Warp Japanese Silks! I worth $1 00 for 50c. j iBlacic and - Fancy Grenadines,! ! l 25 to t3 00. " j jAlpacag in Black, Gray, and all! tbe new colorr. f Black Grot Grain Silks, Colored) ) Silks, aad a big stock of Fancy ! Dress Goods, retailing at whole-: ! sale prices. " ! White Goods. f Victoria Lawns, Plain and Siri j ified Organdies, Tarletons, Bishop Lawns, Nainsooks, Shirred Mus jlins, Embroideries, HandkerchiefcJ iQuilts, Table Linens, Lace Cur-1 tains, &c, Ac, all at LOWER! PRICES than Lave ruled fori irunny years 1 Notions and Fancy Goods. i Paraaois, all kinds, from 25c. to; 87.00. FANS, Wood, Palm Le...

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 June 1873

HUMORS OF MOVING. The wit of ILe DanLury .Vcica esj. : ti . f! t S.ijdt v in il.c no?: i'-ULj 13 noUble day. There is an entire ab ence of old landmarks, and a strange, weird newness on everyttung, and yon can't find Jar "having-sop- Vou start for a scuttle of coal, but you dont see the Seattle. It is in the bottom of a barrel in the garret. You take the dripping-pan. When yon change your shirt, you look for it first It la in one of the bureau draw ers, which are piled one upon another in the parlor, and yon find yoa have to lift a half ton of carpets and feather beds before yoa can get down to the drawers. After yoa have luted them down and searched them through, it is remembered by your wile that the desired garments is in one of the bar rels the one in the shed, she thinks, although it may be the one in the gar ret, and yet it would be just like the stupid carman to have carried that barrel down-cellar. Yoa think so.too. .You attack one of those barrels, and are surprised at 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 June 1873

Home and Farm. Home and Farm. The Farmers' Movement. The irtm linnera' r.;r v:nc with its ace'onipiiiijir.g gran .., i. tr::ting great Mlerr.f.,ii ofi ir.wi t o '' its political significance. AsR-rnnna lion nion the subject is magnified, it U thown that thes associatiot.s are not a mere concourse of people impel el by casual motion, but parts ot an organized syttem, possessing rift in flaence and capable of concerted ac tion. The Baltimore American sa s It peem that the "Older of IV.i n f f Husbandry," as it w called, did nol oriuuate iu the Went, but the idea as Crat borrowed from an anncialiuii l!;at bad existed lor many years In a community ol Scotch farmers in North Carolina. It u said to be nothing more than a secret, co-ojieralive, in dustrial, and literary association. In the w inter of 18C7, while several ol the leading agriculturists of the wt.-l were ia Wm-liii:gi.ia n bu-inesn con cerriing the lurimrs in'erest, the c' aracte-r ol thin society became know u to them. Tbe id...

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. — 13 June 1873

OFFICE: amdutktHlrett.FiTMtDoor Batlo fouOgU PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY. TEEMS: 2 00 Per Inmi, ii ldnice. ITIIVDIfYY, OHIO, Friday Koraiag, iiiJu 13 1813. THE GALLED JADE, ETC. Many men assume a certain amount of aam dignity, which they do not possess, aa a cover for their incornpe tence and corruption. But once tramp a little on the toea of tbese mignjr litUe chaps and their constipated language finds words in print that would shame a woman of the town. Q If. rKCM-KTOX, who, unfortunately for the people of this county, holds the office of Prosecuting Attorney, is one of thw kidney. In V"' of this week, Mr. P. and t is co-part-ners, have opened th.ir filthy batter ice upon us in a way that ehows that our random shots have penetrated the joints of their harness. They say that we were wanting in respect to f. i.t firnd Jurv. We most ccr- lUb e tainly plead guilty to that Indictment, and that ought to be some consola tion to poor P., as he, for want of ability, can only convict those who d...

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 June 1873

OLD WHITE CORNER! When you are ready to buy Dry Goods or any descrip tion. Clothiag, Boots an4 Shoes, Carpet ing, most em phatically OLD "WHITE CORNER is the place and ve are the men it will pay you to see. Fay no attention to what jj-y, . i m a I you are offered elsewhere,but Come and see us before you buy. Dress Goods. i All Silk and Wool Poplins worth 1 $1 25 at 95c iAU Silk Warp Japanese Silks worth tl 00 tor 50c. I Black and Fancy Grenadines, i tl 25 to 3 00. 0 j Alpacas in Black, Gray, and all ! the new colors. i Black Gros Grain Silks, Colored ! Silks, and a big slock of Fancy I Dress Goods, retailing at wholo- : sale prices. White Goods. Victoria Lawns, Plain and Stri j ped Organdies, Tarletons, Bishop! Lawns, Nainsooks, Shirred Mas-j lias,Embroiderics, Handkerchiefs,! Quilts, Table Linens, Lace Cur-i tains, fcc, fcc, nil at LOWEIlj PUICES than have ruled fori many ears Notions and Fancy Goods. Paranoia, all kinds, from 25c. to $7.00. FANS, Wood, Palm Leaf, Silk and Satin, w...

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 June 1873

THE DAMAGE TEMPERANCE LAW. THE DAMAGE TEMPERANCE LAW. To the Editor of the Dally Graphic. ilorioo accomplishment ! TLo Stale Legislature quietly pasB- a in met last week which wiU do snore for temperance than all the laws ever recorded on our statute nooks,and GoTernor Dir signed it on aturddv. Tt wm a floor! an V.i-l1 Jirave, and decisive, and an act so draught with justice, that the Legis lators deserve the thanks oi the whole commonwealth. It was a deed so "white that, in future days, it will ciana oat and tilead their shortcom ings ; and so just that, in the scales oi justice, it will weigh against hole winter of corruption. What is this act? It is not the "Local Option'' bill, nor an excise act, nor a prohibitory Jaw, but the Civil Damages bill the Jaw which has worked wonders in Ohio, and which has been adopted by Indiana, Illinoisnd several Western States the only effectual temperance law ever tried by a nation people. What is this new law 7 It is a law making a liquor-seller...

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 June 1873

Home and Farm. TO HANCOCK COUNTY FARMERS. A Suggestion. There is a general complaint in re gard to the bad condition of tie roads in our county caused by the late spring rains, and later exceeding'y dry weather, which has made them rough and in places it is found almost impoariWe for teams to piss . Find lay, and some other lowest;'", hv adopted a style of road norajtr, which is cheap, durable and effective in it operations. Onr Street CoramisMon er, Mr. Buhl, first starts abeavyLar row over the road, and follows it up with the fcraer,drawn by four horse which levels dow n the inequalities and fills op the ruts, and what was once an impassable road, becomes as if by en chanlment, a smooth and level road. We would advice all the towii!,iis to to al;t t.lii cr.pi:r at it ciU co:u- paratively liul-,and two men and their teams cn t" over about two nines a lay I'ut in the absence of t he ccra pern we wonld suggest Uie pro- . priety ol each farmer taking bis bar row on the road through hi...

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 June 1873

OFFICE: Sandmttyatrtel.JTMtJMtor Xotttf fettOgle PCBLIS1--D ZVXRT FKIDAT. mil: (2 09 Per Imi, li limce FIXDLAYi OHIO) Frieay Moralac. 1 1 1 u' 20. 1 873 KICKING A GROOM. It haa been truly said that the lim ited talents of some men renders it impossible for them to be severe with, out being personal, and especially do some men resort to low slang to de fend what their cowardly consciences tell them is a weak bad cause. A just and righteous cause needs no such elegant and gentlemanly epi thets as "Jackass,' "simpleton,' "blockhead," "enr," etc , and when a man resorts to them, men of brains at once see that he has either a por cause or his argumentative powers are very much constipated. In his attack upon us in Isst week s Courier G. F. Piydlktox, Esq., evidently la bors under both ot these difficulties. Were we to descend to that style of pergonal vituperation we might hope to cope with the gentleman, though not used to that style of argument as he evidently is. In fact we might refu...

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 June 1873

OLD WHITE CORNER! When you are ready to buy Dry Goods or any descrip tion. Clotiiimgr, Boots and Shoes, Carpet ing, most exa , . phatieally OLD WHITE CORNER is the place and we are the men it ' will pay you to see. Pav no attention to what you are offered elsewhere,but Come and see us before you buy. Dress Goods. All Silk and Wool 1'oplins worth i 81 25 at 95c lA.ll Silk Warp Japanese Silks i worth 1 00 for 50c IBlactc and Fancy Grenadines, : l 25 to 13 00. iAlpacas in Black, Gray, and all ! the new colors. ; Black Gros Grain Silks, Colored ! Silks, and a big stock of Fancy j Dress Goods, retailing at whole- sale prices. White Goods. V ictoria Lawns, Plain and Stri jped Organdies, Tarletons, Bishop j Lawns, Nainsooks, Shirred Mas : Iline.Embroideries, Handkerchiefs,! iQuilts, Tabic Linens, Lace Cur-j i tains, &c , all at LOWER (PUICES than have ruled for imnnv ears potions and Fancy Goods. l'jrasois, all km Us, trom 25c. to :7.00. FANS, Wood, Palm Leaf, ISilk and Satin, with Woo...

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 June 1873

AN ELECTION REMINISCENCE. Hr. John C. Tucker, of LlaAaacnu setts, lately deceased, made a speech a few year a;ro in the Assembly at Boston a speech fall of tingling wit, and delivered In the happiest manner, General Banks had been elected Gov ernor by a combination between the tree boilers and the Know-Nothing and it was naturally supposed that in His inaugural aaaress mere worua oe soaie reference to the issues of the campaign. But the Governor omit' ted all mention of the Anti-Slavery question as well as of the Native American policy. A 'member arose and moved to print ten thousand copies of the address, when instantly Mr. Tucker got the floor and spoke as follows : "I rise, Misther Spa ker, to second tbe motion of the honorable gentle man to print ten thousand copies of bis Kxcillincy's speech. Ton may wender, Mistber Spa-ker, why I, who are nather a paersonal sor a poleeti cal frind of his Excillincy, should do this. It is well known that his Excil lincy has risin to power by a ...

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