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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 27 June 1873

Home and Farm. PATRONS' PRIZE SONG BY MRS. M. TUCKER. Tti priii ni I oBVrd by 1n National Grur- oJ I'atroaa jI liu-Uuar- lor a Mijr auauird lo i u "f '' fra . Iiaa bw-ii mmili l Mm. M. K.To':kr, oiomm. Win., I.tr tti? l-jliowina. frbieti. l) J nauoujliMl, trill lo- Kt W iuuiC jn :a Tin our lo guard a nacrtri trust, Wehafailaei-L.rii plaa; . Tb nof'Ie puri, win and )ut. To aid our fallow man. CHORUS. From Maine to (juifoniia'n slor. Kaoud the reaper'ac-nx. " W! corn to bolM the naikm' b'Jj. To slay tlie Kiatit Wrong." Too loni? have avarice aud kreed. W Ith eoffrra running o'er, lirouKlit sorrow and lutrew and need To LaUjr'i bumble door. A royal road to place and power. Hare rank and title leen ; We herald the anaplcioo hou When honeat Worth may win. Let every heart and hand unit In the benignant plan, Tbe uobUj Qrpoi,JUMt and rlht. To aid our fellow man. Boy Lost. Here id a beautiful, tender thought amplified with all the filing otgenu ine originality, indeed no pure and effortless...

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. — 27 June 1873

OFFICE: Uin4kyHlTttt.FiTtiIooT Mattcf PottOfflt PUBLISHED EVERT r RID AT. THUS: M 00 Per IsBta, It limn. FINDLAY, OIXlOi F rldayMoralBK.it i Jwao 81.1873 "THE SICK MAN." Tho resolutions adopted by the Allen county Democracy in conven Uon assembled, to the effect that neither of the existing parties can reform the abases in the government. and calling for those who favor re- farm to meet them in convention at Columbus, seems to have struck the Democratic mind very favorably. We are glad of it. If there is any party needs a reformation it is the Democratic party. That party is a true representative of "the sick man' in American politics. This is folly and fairly acknowledged by its own eaders in the attempts they have made to doctor it. liut they have mistaken the nature of its ailments Homeopathic doses will not aid the patient in its present chronic state of disability. It needs the steady hand of the surgeon, and the keen edge of the amputating knife to lop off the putrid exorescen...

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. — 27 June 1873

OLD WHITE DORNER! yhen you are ready to buy Dry Crooa. or any aeacnp tion. Clothimf, Boot and Shoes, Carpet ing, most em phatically . OLD WHITE CORNER is the place and we are the men It will pay you to see. Pav no attention to what pu are offered elsewhere,but ome and see us before 1 you buy. . LTFilk ud "Wool Poplina worth j $125 at 95c. i 11 Silk Wnrp JnpueM Silka worth $1 00 (or 50a. : Uck and Fancy Grennaine,; $1 25 to $3 00. ! Iptcu in Black, Gnj, and allj the new colors. iackGroa Grain SUki, Colored! Silks, and a big stock of Fanoyj Dress Goods, retailing at whole-j sale prices. , Dress Goods. White Goods. Victoria Lawns, Plain and btri-i d Orrandies, Tarletona, Bishop! lawns. Nainsooks, Shirred Mns-i Embroideries, Handkerchiefs,! halts, Table Linens, Laos unr.i ins, dso, Ac, all at LUWJUt LUCES than have roled fori iny years of his .l we a are A btions and Fancy Goods. l'arasois, all kinds, from 25c. toj .00. PANS, Wood, Palm Leaf,! ,k and Satin, with Wood, Fancy! me and Gilt...

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. — 27 June 1873

BILLY BLUE. Admiral Cornwallis, better known in the navy acqnired irom noimms ' (tisml1x sailing) the voomnl be beta severely wounded in the head, o severely that at time be lost hie reason, and, though s terat hand, perfect officer, as good seaman as erertrMa plank, and humane man withal, rf by accident he was induced to swallow one additional glass be yond the prescribed modicum, the control of his mind vanished, and his brains pro tern., were in the region where Astolpho sought those ol Or lando Farioso. It this unfortunate .. - .mntnir he came out of bis cabin while his ship was at sea,and his eyes alighting upon one of the officers for whom,itissupposed,he entertained . ha Snaijtntlv ordered hit hands to be turned np lor punishment A grating was rigged,the ship s icom- to suffer. Wbea ail was prepared. Via vnaWlaTnHlA HI 1CBIM - the admiral, who betrayed any outward derangement, pointed out the individual whom be desired to have punished, -.veryouu IT.".. obev an order for Butt...

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 July 1873

Home and Farm. Home and Farm. ONLY ONE. T1.u.rt lor inn to trifle! Uf.tau. l-f. 'Ami sin is bens. Oof l - thsfallti-jrof a leaf, a droDDUX tear. Ws na no Uroe to port away the boura ; All molt earnaal in a wuriu uu utu. Wot many liVas, but only ona bar we ; One, only one ; How sacred abould that one life aver ne- Tbat narrow span! Har after dy ailed up wltb blessed toll. Boar after boor still aaii-gtiigln Baw spoil. Money Value of Intelligence. Every thoughtful man recognises the rnoniy valne of intelligence in . community. It U for this, in pert, that the State builds school bouses sod furnishes free education to tie fclTnna-V-rVM 'it DOr l" eV60 the ignorant respect it, and pay it many " an involuntary compHment. The pow er consists ia the ability to belter one's ' condition more rasidly ; and in doing that Buch are the relatione of men to each other they usually benefit al1 around liem. The improvements on a piece of real estate do not affect the OA oer alone, but indirectly exte...

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 July 1873

PCBU5p EVEBT FRIDAT. 12 HO Per lii.a, li limce. FINDLAY; OHIO, Friday MagTaUaaiv t 1 1 Jmly 4. 1873 REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. 1. That tb principle of the party, aa here tofore expressed la lta conventions, are re affirmed, and it la declared that ennti have proved tbat ttieir practical enforcement la es sential ttne welfare of the country and the maintenance of the Interests, rights and lib erties of tbe people. 3. Tbat we reaffirm oar confidence in Presl- dnturant and In trie wladom. lntecrllr and access of Uie admlnlatratlon of his nigh of- noe. 3. That there should be risid economy In State and national administrations, and that tue taxes should ba eontlnued to b reduced aa rapidly aa consistent with good govern meni, maintenance or puoiie ereaii ana cer tain exlangulsiimenl of Btate and national debts. a. That public lands belong to 1M people and ahould tie sacredly reserved for bomaa for actual anttlera, and we pronounce acatnst all farther (ranLa of theee landa to corporations. 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. — 4 July 1873

y OLD WHITE CORNER! When you are ready to buy Dry Goods of any descrip tion. Clotniag, Boots and Shoes, Carpet lugs, mot em phatically 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,lrat Come and see us before . you buy; Dress Goods. 4 All Silk and Wool Poplins worth) ; 81 25 at 95c 1 iA.ll Silk Warp Japanese Silks j I worth tl 00 for 50c. I !B!acK and Fancy Grenadines,'; ! II 25 to $3 00. I Alpacas in Black, Gray, and all; the new colors. 1 Black Gros Grain Silks, Colored: I Silks, and a big stock of Fancy; 1 Dress Goods, retailing at whole-j I sale prices. White Goods. i Victoria Lawns, Plain and Stri i iped Organdies, Tarletons, Bishop) I Lawns, Nainsooks, Shirred Mas I 1 lins,mbroideries, Handkerchiers,i iQailts, Table Linens, Lace Corf Uains, &a, Ac, all at LOWER PRICES than have ruled forj many years Notions and Fancy Goods. 1 Parasols, all kinds, from 25c to: S7.00. FANS, Wood, Palm Leaf,! iS...

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 July 1873

A ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE. A foreign correspondent relates the following story : "Paui Starns, the lata clerk of the Alabama Recon struction Convention, has been so journeying in Europe. At Rome he made the acquaintance of lscippi Geza, one of the wealthiest and most influential Hungarian noblemen, who was about to depart for Nanles, where hie family was passing the summer. The handsome American had made a moet favorable impres sion upon the royalist, and wss in vited to accompany him to Naples Iscippi Geza, the count of TemesTar, found bis lady in very feeble health, and the physician had given up all hope. A few weeks afterwards the Countess died, and Paul Steins had meanwhile so endeared himself to his aristocratic friend that another invi tation was tendered and accepted to accompany the Count to his castles in Hungary. Only a short drive from the City of Temesvar lies the beautiful oastle Badowitz, the ances tral seat of the Gears. It was pre sided over by the young Countess Paula...

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. — 18 July 1873

Home and Farm. THE WORLD'S NEED OF YOU. Tb tror Id Is moving slowly oo. la wMrtntu and anxious pslu. To reach the time so long foretold. When troth o'er all the earth ahall reign. Hue calls on you. my noble friend. Who feel a thrill of booest prkto For every trtuinpb that la her's- To lend a band to breast the tide. Why aboold we wait and wlab and sign For all that' bl(b and pore and rlgbt. When nu'i treat prewilng need lis plain Demanda of na our fullest might? Oh, brother, hold not longer back. May not tby strong and helping hand, Let want no longer wait for thee Go Join the world' great working band. If Ui U in earneattboa wilt do. Be sure thy heart will sweetly say And even menshallapeak It, too "He helped to bring the belter day." In Ood'a good day that day will anna. Though we may not foretell IU truth, But working each one in bis place. Will bring Its glory on the earth. THE WORLD'S NEED OF YOU. The Wheat Fields of the Future. As soils constant! sown to wheat will in time los...

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. — 18 July 1873

l is good. ving sec 'isconsin :ely, and haracter. e reports V f 1 fcf ro- 1 ?rt bn fcd. a !0 i la lie fc on I OUR EUROPEAN LETTER. Correspondence Jeffersonian. Messrs, Editors. The American who takes passage on tbe Brcmn line of steamers does not Cod his first riew of Germany the moat pre possessing. The bay is Terr shallow and muddy, and the port, a little dis tance off presents the appearance of a number of nooses mixed np with a great many matt. Nearly all the bouses are roofed with tile or straw. A few wind-mills, turning slowly, can be seen among tbe real, and at one aide of town tbe rows of fruit trees which mark many of the public roads in tli it country. As soon as on loara we entered the depot to await the train for Ureinen city, rou ougm to have seen how our Germans drank beer and ate Hamburg cbeetie Many took a beeUteak, and I among them. It took just tbirty minutes for that cook to get it ready. I have timed eating houses several Uines since, aud have never seen a beefst...

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. — 18 July 1873

OLD J1 WHITE si CORNER! When you are ready to buy Dry Goods of any descrip tion. Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Carpet ing aaoet em phatically OLD WHITE CORNER is the place and we are the men it . will pay you to see. Pay no attention to what you are offered elsewhoro,but Come and see us before you buy. Dress Goods. ; Ail Silk and Wool Poplins worth! j $1 25 at 95c AU Silk Warp Japanese Silks worm f l uu lor :uc. iUlack and Fancy Grenadines,; ! tl 25 to t3 00. iAIpacaH in Black, Gray, and allj j the new colors. j Black Gros Grain Silks, Oilorodj j Silks, and a big stock of Fanry j ! Dress Goods, retailing at w!ioie-j 1 sale prices. White Goods. : Victoria Lawns, Plain anil Stri-j Iped Orpandies, Tarletons, ISishop! Lawns, Kainsooks, Shirred Mas jlins.Emhroideries, Ilandkcrchiufs,? IQoilU, Table Linens, Lace Cur-f hains, t&, Ac, all at LOWEUI PRICKS tliau have ruled for; :many years Notions and Fancy Goods. 1 Parasols, all kinds, trom Siic. to ?$7.00. FANS, Wood, Palin Leaf,! ISiik a...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 18 July 1873

THE TRUE NOBLEMAN. THE TRUE NOBLEMAN. BY G. W. BUNGAY. So airs, no raJtncfS no pretence, "o laelc of plain good common sense ; So boorlb manncs to annoy, Xo Tldon month that destroy True manliness and irrace ; Ho wears upon bis face A pontic bouefet air. And no deceit is tnere. Ills tme address, and not his lrt-st. Commend him, and his manlrnox Wins the good favor of the few Wlio know him well,-and know lil:ii tree. lie leans not on the broken rccUs Of ancestral renown, and deeds Ills father dU long years a so. B'ne blood in loyal veins may lime. And be sordid and thin That the proud heart within Warms not In "weal or woe," Hoeold Its pulse and slow. By all men be It understood. The noble man trusit not In blood ; He atilM no privilege of birth lie would be va! a cd at his won h. Knowing his rights, "be dare malnTain" Ills principles wilboat a sutln Upon hlallps; he bravely plead For others, and he Intercedes For the down-trodden poor. He dries the tear he finds. The broken heart he...

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. — 25 July 1873

Home and Farm. Home and Farm. SUMMER SEOWERS Home and Farm. SUMMER SEOWERS BY W. E. PETERSON. tienti-Minintr oi;oi-r an- UW.uj; On Uie llilm'y tarlii ; 4 '(!, r:frisdiiti Miluuirl i.;w-. - Wtoeao le!l their murtii ! LlgUleotnic'a fl mu mid lliuui-r buuiuior We Willi cluua gieil ; Withered S'jwtn Main ir; bi"Uii us, AU tljfealr around ei fuiiiliig With tbtlr wl'tn t-et. Not t lit least u ar'hl lfcluetniiimi r riii, Kroiii It- c!.ol Uwii-litii: soft ly Over liiij :niii. O, 1 love I w- im-rry .I-in - Of I lie i-r .y diojo. A Ui-y a uietlowu iUui.k, t'-i-1-'- 8. lit tlirKlorlouualitlit UJiti'S lLliHiUUillt-i Uelif l, th clcoO H. " 'i-a'll'. tustwaiU Jti ", Iuvil.g o!y Ju ciuj::.mi lu Uicn-r !. And Uie bow of pr uun i ui.ciu. Cod miriri unlii-, Tbni;iujruul wlll'.i'tf l ''' I An OH'" l-4 ' 1"" r ' . And Ilr..U.e w!.ll omliiuii't'J"',';:vi'Ji"; Over ueW nuoa. From Bil Uiaijkful b.iu t ar cJ .tut Hone of gratitude. Katker, b!eJuirt Ittiaut kirumiru Uy 1 by baubi aiavuawu, tvery btbsbt, anf...

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. — 25 July 1873

Sfic Mfcisoifmn. OFFICE: SandtkySlretl,riTtt Door Eattof Pott Cfflet PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY. TEEKS: 2 CO Per issca, li lflrisce. Friday Bfwratns;, t t t July 1873. Republican State Ticket. ELECTION, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14. Kor Governor. KDWAK1) K. NOYES.Of Hamilton (' Kor Lieutenant Uovernor, ALI'UONKO HART, of J'ortac 'o. Kor Treatiarer, , . IHAACWELCJI.Of EclinonK.o. Kor Hapreme Judge Long Term, ' WILLIAM WHITE, of Mark Co. Fur Hapreme Judge Hhort Term, WALTER K.HTONK, of Erie Co. For Attorney tiencraj, JOHN LITTLE, of Greene Co. Kor Controller of Treasury, WILLIAM T. WILHON.of 1-ortagt Co. Kor Hoard of I'ublie Work, PHILIP IIEK7.IXO.of Aoflilo-IX REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. 1. That the prlncfplwiof the party, aa licre tofore exprewed lu lte conventions, are re ulllriae(l,aiil It Is declared Uiat event have proved that their practical eulrinent 1 en senllal to the w-II are of tue eouutry aad the oalnumauen of the lutensits, rlgbts aud llo trlmot tlie people. 2. That we reailinn our confiden...

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. — 25 July 1873

s OLD WHITE CORNER! -c I FOB LADIES! We liavo decided to close out our entire stock of Fancy Goods, &c. We now offer our entire stock of the above mentioned goods, ail of which are new and desira ble at COS "EM -M- SI1R1MSI PARASOLS, &G.j W! OFFER AT Less Than Cost ! a our object is to close them ont be fore the season is over. Examine our stock and Learn Our Prices, and you will be convinced that We Mean Business. Our Terms will be S.ric.Ij, Cash on Delivery. oire STOCK OF DRY GOODS ! Will be kept up full, as we desire to enlarge our stock and increase our business in that line. OUR STOCK OF READY MADE CLOTHING "Will be greatly enlarged, and we will make it an object for casu wiyera to trade with us. W.E.SNYDER&CO. IjmWaj $tfftrs0tttaiu FRIDAY MORNISG, JULY 25. 1873. Centaur Liniment. There Is nope In which the Centaor Lini ment will not relieve, no .welling It will not ubdne.MKlnoUn.enen. which It will not cure. Tblatostrongla4iguage,l.ulltlatre. Where the pan M not to...

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. — 25 July 1873

CIVIL AND RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION IN FRANCE. [From the New York Herald.] A difficulty has arisen in France. It Lj a new difficulty, and one which a few weeks ago we were scarody prepared to expect. When Marshal ilacllahon came into power be said that with the help of God and the French army, he hoped to be alJe to maintain "moral order" it was a much discussed question at the time The difficulty to which we refer goes far to explain the President's puraic, m weu as to illustrate tae epini -wiac.i animates the majority of the French Assembly. Some time about the middle of Jnne M. Broussea. member cl the Assembly for the AoIm, died, and, of course, had to be buried. M lirousses was not a member of say religious denomination. He was not a Churchman, ior a dissenter, but rather a Voltsrisn, as such peor.le are commonly caded ia trance, isj his own direction this man was buried without any religious ceremo nial. In other words, bis burial ia what is called a civil burisl. Ac cording to a v...

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 August 1873

Home and Farm. Kindness is Economy. Wt- tfu-: t?.a. :n:y not -l in vi'a when e 8-je! to the bo ( ot the farm, to the favriwr thm-clvex, and to the "hired m-n,' t- exercise the ut most ewe and kindness in the treat ment ot domwtic animals. It iH m Ktn ling d:gra'e t humanity that laws an 1 a-H H.-.i i" ii inn fjr the pr.-vcut ing of ci u.Jty to anitu'l are at all necewary in tbis country. To the creJ.t of !;e farmers, be it said, that tuuorig th-iii the cases ot malicious, flagrant cruelly are lar less numerous than among tl.ofte who Lave occaxion to a-f anil c ire lor the useful domestic animalrt iu ur cities and towns. On the Inita, OA iiemhiji goes a great ways in cot: -hieing to a rational counte to-w--id the brute cu.-al.ioiJ. Ia the Krge ckiei, Lre w many hrw--s an inu!- ,.r-- mi ut,;,l i,, the lint,.! o! hiieij m i, ha!l briiK-N ria'uraily and ma it i-ti)i more brutal hy ilie u-s ol lij-ior, it i- not a maitT of po niu;h wotidt-r that violent abuse often occur that renders nec...

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 August 1873

rv 1 rgaman. She iff OFFICE: PDBUSHD ETRT T KID AT. THIS: 12 CO Per lim, Ii limes. FIINJJIwYY. OHIO, Friday ICralaK. 1 1 1 Aifut 1. 1873. Republican State Ticket. ELECTION, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14. Tor Governor, EDWARD F. NUYiX.e Hamilton Lo for JJeuUmant Uovernor, ALPHONBO IiAKT, of Portage Co. For Treasurer, ISAAC WELCH, of Belmont Co. For Bupretna Judge Long Term. WILLIAM WHITE, of Clark CO. For Hnprome Judge 8 WALTKB r. BTOXE. of Erie Co. For" Attorney General, JOHN LITTLE, or Greene Co. For Controller of Treasury, WILLIAM T. WILSON, of rortaee Co. For Board of Public Works, PHILIP HKRZIXU.of Auliwo. ELECTION, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14. REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION ThA ttAnnhlican electors of the everal towMhips of Hancock county are requested to send delegates to s County Convention to be bold In the Court Houre, in Findlay, on Sawda.j,Anjnst2.I873 stlO o'clock, A. for the purpose of nominating candidate for the fol lowing offices,to-wit : One fwM"1' orJtcjrretentaUve. m " Auditor. - rro...

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 August 1873

OLD WHITE CORNER! raiimi mm -rou LADIES I Wo l.avo decided to clone out cur entire stock: o! Fancy Goods, &c. We now ojler our entire stock of the alvo mentioned goods, all of which arc new and desira ble at COS "3172 -M- (II PARASOLS, &C, WE OFFER AT Less Than Cost ! ... J..un tliom nut lore the f cabon is over. Examine iur btock and Learn Our Prices, and you will be convinced that We Mean Business. Our Terms will be Slrie.l), Cash on Delivery C'Uli ETCCK OF mm my Wilibo kei.t ui lull, as we desire to viilargo our stock and increase our business in that line. OUK STOCK OF I1MM1CL0TIIG .r .i , o,.irred. and we will ui uc gic" - make it an object for cash buyers to trade with ue. W.E.SNYDER&CO. ?5.1DAI rOKMN'o, AUC-'Jif 1.1373, Centaur Lininieuu There is no ue.n which the Ctntacr Lini ment will not relieve, no iweiii&S it sullue.ail tiO iaraeaess which It v:. i u , 11 d cure. This la strong langoaire, but it Is true. Where tbe parts ere net oiie. effect are oaarveious...

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 August 1873

A DEMOCRATIC ROW. A DEMOCRATIC ROW. Resolutions Which Raised a Row-A A DEMOCRATIC ROW. Resolutions Which Raised a Row-A Salary Grab Man Pushed to the Wall. Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Gazette. WAPAKONETA, O, July 24. The second bdivison of the Third Jodicud District met in this place to Jay and Dominated Judge Poelps, of Awrlaoe. and McKenae, of Allen, to gerytttoeMUingtenn. jnagetiugnes, Allen, was the opposing candidate . to McKenae, and lacked but twenty ona rote on the first ballot of being leted,"allhB other opposing candi ' dates having -withdrawn. The Com- mittee on Eeeolntiona gave vent to the following choleric wail of distress: ".BerVaediThst we are opposed to the present corrupt adminiBtration,and dot (Bally invite all patriotic men, with- j ont regard to past party attachments - or party name, to join u in onr etrug .gle lor it overcrow." . the allien County departure. CoL Sawyer, of Auglaiee, not satis fied with the report, offered tke fol lowing amendment : .aIU...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
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