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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 8 August 1873

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Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 8 August 1873

i-i'J T:'. '.''.- - ' idniT lia'l'.r."', j fchirts. I"- li"-' i lh heart spd Inn Si t ':. el ' v !' 1 ' ; h: 1 '' " ' 5r:i;c;i cliim- t us lh" lii--.lv to 1 J . as-t'l linuraM :tl 'i uVrrrees, M l to The L, n Pi a-7v, a -1 '. ti.e ;-,!, .-a Had ii. t-ipiiti ju ,'. 'l HTS d iil l:.; sa;r.e direction, it would lisve j.i8 'i out ii-: iud-'e lii ,r shoulder M.i- h ;: it the dcce-ar.e-.t v. a-i standi;!: tr:e-. Jit lira", t-;l:,,.i fiifwsr'. Found a pr.v: cti'JJt 17 iuciiei l:oi 'lie; r. fciiyi.t ! j i,! iror:i the. 'I 'or. Will tlKi.l" .., :l.::':i s the grouvl. It was u s rii . : i inn J"1 '.-'' p-.rbaps, as n;y i'l'H.i'', i ; eras', it l St lib': W.-.3 a: us i: r. i . :;;' A Jf.j:. ft i(;ii.g i t i. ..!'!; Vi'Ni'ni la.n 'Uc tl.': t'.-b. Crov.? ixniunol -lr. 1 " a- i;ri i t i n tX i:L!i;a',': :., :.t-A Yif In ..jiu li, was ;K liack psrt c: tilC CUCS.. Jili.l l (J : t:irot;'ii t'' j. I', !.: -i i true K -I" i,ri-i.n !J J'" -:ii 'in' hulitt wua tiewter, n'-:i'. . ii 'li';' ai fciavy us 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. — 8 August 1873

OLD WHITE JOHN Eli! LAI li-llf i; bavo diH-id'd to i-.Ioko out cur entire Hlock of MES'DROGOODS Fancy Goods, &c. i now offer our entire Ktock ot the olnivo mentioned poodn, all of which aienew and dchira ble at 3 O SES 272 -M- PARASOLS, &C, Ufff OFFEK AT .. . .'Kri Less Tiian Cost ! our object is to close them out be h'orc the season is over. Examine our slock and Learn Our Prices, nnd you will be convinced ihst !e Mean Business. ai lie we Our Terms will be rirllv ('asli on rfclivery. CVU ITOCK OF 0.1STI DRY GOODS! fili le kept np full, as we desire to enlarge onr stock and inert ae our business in that line. oi:r stock or lEADY IIADB GLOnilXG ill Iks greatly enlarged, and.we will make it n object lor cash buyers to trade with ub. W.E.SNYDER&CO. Ft of the and e for been Iron a will We of has in the in in be it iM-ifing a jZ. ") , ..'-v.. ' I NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS III. mittl .iitr fl.a. .aif jmjil na:l-I t r i ilt lei- iu rit-.l . Ail it rtit tot-ici ; In f ia(ii r. NOTIC...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 8 August 1873

Home and Farm. Work After Harvest. Ve will again mention to larmere that there is no time in the year when meadows and fields, from which wheat and oats have been taken, uiay be so much benefitted as immediately alter the crop Las been removed ; for at that time the fanner knows just what condition they are in, as to prod a c uveness, etc. ' xsow is the lime to mark those spots where the graw or grain was light ; and if from being low and wet, remedy when time will permit, by drainage ; if from lack fertility, bring up into a proper con dition. It is often the case that fields do not actually require tbe application of fer tilieers to the entire surface wheu said fields are as a whole in good producing condition, and a little observation at harvest time will determine the mat ter, for there are no better indicators of good and poor soil than when plants grow upon it themselves. The present is also a good time for removing obstructions to the moving machine, horse-rake, Sea It does n...

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. — 15 August 1873

VV ,.-' v , j:. 1- J- C ai waa -;1 v Tt-.i-f -- I'", tiie -ar. i Aum v '' I J:: F.r.tO-,.-: iawl.lCXilL 1-. - - c;, C. it Lj:::srwi ,auf-:i On leu 3ruti..un i:t C'.u.vh of CoJ .'; A. rn 1. .1 Ct. I'.-I.c.iaoi's , J i -t - -V. ai , ' - ... : - ....-. . A. !., ii.,-.u ' Curmi.i i.utier: .urch- 4 i iu. .-,) Ciiu;ci' - English ticfjrmecl .. J . -! ... l-.-.-.i. -s . - - --O. ; ..: i'. a. i-.'7'f u-'.':'-4 iUfV. J. i . 111. ..J. : tin .:Ui., gtuciclcat. Fir.J.a Council, Mo. i0 S.'tWI. L.i a-tj!.n. J .:- Vt i j. -:!, i. 1. O. Jl Jii 1. ii. it-, u .i -J. , i;-:."a .r. Findia Chapter, No. 8t R. A. M. )ll - IWttilit. ii. K 1 litlJtUUb, 11. 1. MIJ-1 K. vV. 1" jriaiii,;M:c:'.;.uy. FinJlay Lod-e, Ko. 227, F-itA. til. H Jl-r ,oiiiiu;il.-a! IOii lil -.t HLi'l tuirti W.M.kiiJU. J. lie , S .-:cL.uy. Coidon Rjio EncampnfiGnt, No. 92f 1 0 O. ir. in-?- .''U !!(;' CoJ Hancock Lod J. JiW. 11, -V. l.iv t e. . iiniiii. i. it. . rt.iJ i. i'. A" Ii 'J -!. Si-iil:. No. 73. I.O. O. F. ty I u-- l;iy u. j'i A'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. — 15 August 1873

. u wa : Diclz'a grocery, lti tGotli An.liIr.WeU tifit that Jacob Gartee came in be aten 8 Md o'clock, in a great har rrod botfgh: n envelope an-l efcce. ol iaper. au-i i don by aama.l U 1,1 w;ta pea aiiiiui, to write otly f or 'a miisc-at, tiicn git up and went cu-. Fi's minute afterward Le csme lick ad inquired for a letter ha ha 1 1 at r.l imioetliaUjJy le!U Air. Dittz says Gaitee wss frightenieL He no'iced ttat be wai pale and agi tated and tbat eonietliiii Lad gone wrong the moment be fimt came in. Soon alter Gartee had goie the fkat Krai was tiven. Gentlemen, it is cow for you to say whe.her Jscob Gartee cauie directly to ton n that riht, bn Le left tie nitipi-r table, or whether bo lurked atiout the promises catching the an-ken anJ perieeUcj Lliplao, un ii t!ie time of the murder, and then fled ttrou:h the fields lo avoid meet lag any one on bis way to towo.be ma king tbe tracks comic? nut of the m rta door of the cow sttble, w'uicb jmr witnesses at least, alter actual and ca...

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. — 15 August 1873

OLD WHITE CO RNEM c. FOB LADIES V! hava th'ci.le.l to close out oar ntire utoc.t of UDIES'DROGOODS Fancy Goods, &c. V; now .fl r our -ntiio stock of tlie SllOVtt IlK-lltiolU'd "MhIk, iill ot which lie new JinJ iiVnira Llo at C? O to -jo:- sin in PARASGLS, SC., -WK OFFER AT Less Than Cost ! a our ol jeet is to close them out be fuie the 6catou is over. Examine our stock and Learn Our Prices, and you Mill be convinced that We Mean Business. Our Terms will be S(rictl)tCasIi u Delivery. a a up CUtt tTOC'K OF- D01ST1 DRY C Wiii lie kept np full, as we dciro to enlarge our clock and iiicrea"rft)ur buMiiiMi in that line. oi R stock or HEADY MAICLOTIIIM Will be greatly enlarged, and.'we will make it an object for cash buyers to trade with us. W.LSNYDER&CO. th. of 10 to a Je C that som it is an e ,T t ( l-:miii l-.lx'ii1lH i- 1 1 II I K-llv -125,1873 NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. i i. 1 ;f;-r I: 1- ! nil l.n!i iu.it- NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. April 25, 1873. TO ADVERTISERS. ' . .x in t:e.: ik ...

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. — 15 August 1873

Miscellaneous. SENSATIONAL. They have a certain town in Korth ern Pennsylvania two rival newapa per which are published on the name day of the week. The editor make desperate attempts to ret ahead of each other in procuring items and the consequences are often amusing Last wjjek they were serious. The editor of the Mouth Organ devised a scheme which he calculated would lay the Meat Axe oat com. He eraoloy ed a man to make an attempt to uiu iaate him just as Lis paper was going to press. He bought this man a six barrel el revolver, and instructed him to rush into the office of Uie Mouth Orgsn at a certian hour and bang away at the edi'or, taking good care cot to hit him. The editor intended to permit the villain to escape, and then he proposed to sit down and run out a sensational local, with half i column of heed line, about a "Das tsrdly Attempt at Assassination,' "A Blow at a Free Press," etc , etc The man with the revolver seemed really enthusiastic about it. When the appointed h...

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. — 22 August 1873

Home and Farm. Scientific Agriculture. . . n tiiere any audi th;i : a nwu!c A griculturt- ? li tWi is ; ,av r-;t, .1 .1: -. i i 1. 1 uiicv-r u. iv : iuve known fiifnffic nien to ! ave their re u'ar MllifiK and. Ta:i)! uj that, of tannin; ... uuuciuKtn io itacn t(.e lil lontf practical worker upon land Lo - i w piouuoe more aoun-Iaul crom at leMt. if they would adopt his jhj culiar ny-twrf, wfci.i lie dubb-.-d eci entinc. railing in itiCuencin;- other. he would become digu-ted with th' abitrary ignorance of tuoi-e bo had other way of enriching their land, eeedingand iiarvestiogtheircroiis.tto . ly which they not only earned a liv- leg, but became indejndent, when he wonld abandon his own operation and go back to the city nd hi labor atory.just in time to avoil a visit irom the sheriff to close up a steadily approaching bankruptcy. We have never known one person who ventured upon living on the pro- ceeds of his labors, by rurhing into farming in middle life, from other oc cupaticDH,an...

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. — 22 August 1873

OFFICE: aandtukyatrtt.riTitDQOT MafPoitOSK PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TEMS: (2 00 Per lien, Is liruce. FIIVDLAY, OHIO Friday MrmUl. i Amtrt 22. 1873, Republican State Ticket. ELECTION, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, For Oovernos, EDWARD F. NOTES, of Hamilton Co Far Lieutenant OoTsrnor, ALPHONSO HA-KT, of Portag Co. Fur Treasurer. IHAA.C WELCH, of Belmont Co. For Hupreme Judite Long Terra. WILLIAM WHITE, of Clara Co. For Hupreme Jmlge Hbort.Term. WALTER F. BTOXE, of Eria Co. For Attorney Oeneral. JOHN LITTLE. of Ureens Co. For Controller of Treasury, WILLIAM T. WILHON. of Portage Co. For Board of Public Works, PHILIP HEBZINU.Of AoglauwCo. REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION The Renublican electors of the several township of Hancock county are requested to send delegates to a County Convention to be held in the Court Houre, in Findlay, on Saturday, August 23, 1873 at 10 o'clock, A. SL, for the purpose of nominating candidates for the fol lowing offices, to-wit : Dm Canditlmle for StpretentaUve. " Auditor...

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. — 22 August 1873

t-g.t.f-lit.--.,,Tr,. WHITE CORNER mmwm mm -roit LADIES ! We have decided to close out our entire stock of Fancy Goods, &c. We now offer our entire stock ot the above mentioned goods, all ol which are new and desira ble at COS -M- siiiimmeDOis! PARASOLS, &G., - WK OFFER AT Less Tlian Cost ! as our object is to close them out 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 hy Strictly Cash on Delivery. OUR stock or DOMESTI DRY GOODS ! Will be kept np full, as we desire to enlarge our stock and increase our business in that line. OUR STOCK OF READY MACE CLOTHING Will be greatly enlarged, and. we will make it an object for cash buyers to trade with us. W.E.SNYDER&CO. i U jfinilag Jgcncrsouian 'LUAi JIUKXING, AUGUST 22. ; 87 NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS iiu ana fir this il- all paid mil rrvillbrlnx rlrd Ailvrrllwuirnt Ibis xprr. April 25, 1873. tUumm --riling liar Ja.U--.--.a-.-i riaainjr Pmi l ....

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. — 22 August 1873

TERRIBLE DEATH. [Correspondence of the Utica Observer.] Oa Wednesday a te. lood, Ju:j 1-5, ilr, lV.er Cramer, a farmer owning & fi'cc and valuable farm of over liOO acrea near HailsviJIe, Montgomery County, met a sudden dealti as fol lows : He was driving before the machine a three- ear-old coil and a kix year old horef the latter being very quick to btart. Oa turning a corner ready to descend a declension on Hint eido of the piece, he suw that the right bind ehoe of the older borse, wiiic'u was beiaq; drove Leaf the grass, was somewhat loos?, and tliougUt best to remove it lust it eticuid come off and get in the knives, lie therefore stepped liefjre the knives and was about to tke up the borse' s loot when, for sortie reason unknown, the team surted on a ran. Before be was able to ca.ch the reins or get out of the way, tho knives caught bia and nearly severed b'.li of Lis fed from bis leus above UiC anaiee The cords and bones being thus cut f ami. i i bfintr in an artvancin aor...

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. — 29 August 1873

Home and Farm. Creditable Farming. Mauy so-called model farms art not worthy of the nliLu-s-. notict, much les of iiuis.at.ion. Any fan:; which is to do credit to cultivation, or management, or general requite, aboutd be self-supporting, ior if it in Je pen JentoD manure which is purchas-d, it is evident this in a system bicl. cannot De general, l lie tntyTi:y agriculturist are not in a )oeiiion to be Layers of fertilizer, an l the ap plication of livery-stable and city manure generally can only be used by tlimiA whn ra rw.r -k (i.wf. a an1 " tou , , ... , . J , . , , grown on tbeir laud. These farmer and market gardeners can of course laimin a way to deserve genuine , t. a system for credit, bat to farm on general adoption, the management I' mtut be such as to sell such kind of product as will increase the plant food, and act in such a way that the more there is produced the more there will be returned to the soiL This ex ceedingly essential desideratum bait not sufficient importan...

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. — 29 August 1873

S7TA levf. VlX?IXI-UniUU. OFFICE: Saadi.'trecl.r'rral.r A'oaie fcsiCJRce PtJHLISHEB EVERT FRIDAY. TS28S: 2 SO Per Aim, !i Unite FIJiDLAY, OHIO rrlds7MarBl1e.1t Acmit29 1813 Republican State Ticket. ELECTION, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14. Kor Governor, EDWAEI) V. NOYEH.of Hamilton Co For Lieutenant Uovernor, ALPHONHO liABT, of Portage Va. Yht Treasurer, ISAACWELCII.Of Belmont Co. For Bapreme Judge Long Term. WILLIAM WHITE, of Clark Co. For Huprcme Judire Hhort Term. WALTEK r. HTONE, of Erie Co. For Attorney General, JOHN LITTLE, of Greene Co. For Controller of Treasury, WILLIAM T. WILHUS, of Portage Co. For Board of Public Work. PHILIP IIKKZINO.of Anglaiwfo. For Htate HcnaLors. JOHN T. NEWTON, of Loeaa Co., W. at. EECKIL1M, of Henry Co. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. Fur Representative. JOHF.PH W.CLAWHON.of Amanda Tp. For Auditor, LEMUEL McMANNESS.Of FlndlejrTp. For lroeeotlng Attorney. EZRA BUOWN, of Klndiay Tp. For Commissioner, WILLIAM MOKFIT. of Blancuard Tp, For Infirmary Director, J. H. HTKL...

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. — 29 August 1873

OLD WHITE CORNER -FOB LADIES! We Lave decided to clone out our entire stock of Fancy Goods, &c. We now offer our entire stock of the above mentioned goods, all of . which are new and desira ble at COS "27! -tot- SUDD HE! PARASOLS, &G.; Wl OFPEB AT Less Than Cost ! as our object ia to close them ont be fore the season is over. Examine oar stock and Learn Our Prices, and yon v ill be convinced that We Mean Business. Our Terms will be S.ric.tyCash cn Deliver OUR STOCK OF UNI DRY GOODS! WilTie kept up full, as we desire to enlarge our stock and increase our business in that lino. OUR STOCK OF- READY MADE CLOTHING Will be greatly enlarged, and.we will make it an object for can Duyers to trade with as. W.E.SNYDER&CO. ili DUDE on of is 11 jfitiMaj cftersimian. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Oh aa4 attr flat. Hfj mil tjalff mml ter will IwlnriiM as dirilrl ia ibis paper. April 2't, Ml Tdhc rrrrlilni; lb JrlTrraniaa I he t'lndlay Pool OUire will end It the JrtT. O'dre hereafter. Three Cop...

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. — 29 August 1873

THE FATE OF THEODOSIA BURR. One of the Sa Saddest Tragedies in History. W7 la your editorial of Tueaday, you an article concerning the 3.Thtr of Aron liurr. Ste was. inrWd. the trood angel of that mis guided man, and to James Parton we owe oar knowledge of ber eweet and lovely character. There is a mystery connected with ber disappearance, and, as you say, Mtue vessel never reached its destination; was never beard from after leaving Charleston harbor." With your permissioa. will tell yon what I know of the mat ter. v hat I am about to relate may be traditionary in a degree, bnt still nay possess a peculiar interest to the reader. It was understood, at the time, that the cause of Theo desis's comlnz North' to her father was because of the differences be tween berselt and bnsbaod regarding Uurr. Theodoaia defended ber lath er's actions, while Governor Alston denounced them. This was the cause of a separation. Tbendosia embarked in a vessel for New York, in the care of a Mr. Grar. a we...

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. — 5 September 1873

riS0awn. frfft Kdllortt. o" J. lc WOU-. ,,..Uj H per annum, if paid witlm. the 11 uolpnu wittiiu the year J ao wiil I rkaryrU. First Presbyterian Church -iwv.i.nw 1 U-Ci tlor. Service al Pi;, a. i.i.,aul'. o'cloct, p. I'r-iyer iu.r. iiu 1 liursui.) evening. Coruer Main and Uardili street. First Congregational Church 't v. w. M. pusrou, l'aur. Services at lu, a. in ad 7 o'eivK-, P. m. Praer uievlii.K' l'l.ur usyevuu.ia.tai. Airoay, south of jiaii. Ciuw efrecu. Methodist Episcopal Church- i'--v. I. it- Henderson, Pastor, services al Piii a.m. aud 7 o'cI'h.k, p. iu. Pruyer uitreim.- inurf day evening, naudussy HU, weftlol Miuu. English Lutheran Church-l'-ev. George MiW,Bauir. nerviixn al lij . m. ""iJ p. nt. Prayer meeting 'I nurwiay evtLiojti. Crawford struct, wo.L of Ala;u. United Brethren in Christ-Kev. T. J iiaruauju. Pastor, riervlces al 1U a. in. nl ? o does. i. m. prayer lu.euuz iiiupw sveum. CorucrCr.iwlord aud is.'eii4irec-tA Church of Cod -Rev. J. W. Aukerman PaaUir. benio at...

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. — 5 September 1873

"vVe pu. Cowa South Carolina tuilili cition, and how ? By calling ont 75,000 men ? No. By mnrdericg teven or eight hundred thous&iid men ! By making a million and a half of orphans in this country ! Thai's not the work that Democrat have done. These bloody scenes were reserved for the abolitionist, to pro da e. "Lincoln has shed enough blood to float the Great Extern, and how much nearer the end does he get ? His cry is still for blood. The ad ministration stands on tiptoe every day, with its eyes distended, and its arms stretched forth, calling on the American people for more blood and more money." By the following it will be seen how Mr. Allen loves the colored man, and how ptr.'ectly a statesman of the old school can prophesy as to the lutnre of his country. ")ne of two things must happen. If these Abolitionists succeed, they can only do so by destroying the Mite governments of the .South, and thereby destroy, in fact, the whole Mate governments of the North they can only suc...

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. — 5 September 1873

OLD WHITE CORNER! I FOB LADIES! We have decided to close out onr entire stock oi Fancy Goods, &c. We now offer our entire stock of the above mentioned goods, all of which are new and desira ble at COS lH7! SHlfiHI! PARASOLS, &C, WM OFFER AT Less Than Cost ! as our object is to close them out be fore the season is over. Examine onr stock and Learn Our Prices, and you will be convinced that We Mean Business. Our Terms will be StriclIjjCasIi on Delivery. OUB STOCK OF DITCH DRY GOODS! Will be kept np f nil, as we desire to enlarge our stock and increase our " business in that line. OUR STOCK OF REM MADE CLOTQRC Will be greatly enlarged, ande will make it an object for cash buyers to trade with ns. W.E.SNYDER&C0. a a are ant ed of FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT 5, 1873. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. On and after this data all paid mat ter will bein.erted aa Ad in I lnrmrnK in tblw paper. April 25, 1872. Tuoo rmliiai; (lie J irernlMa al ihetlndlay I'o.t l litre will liiid It al b JIT. QtHrr br...

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. — 5 September 1873

pome aEfl'lann- The Southern States of Sheep-raising. ratal a g. In the course of some remarks during the sitting of the National Agricultural Congress at Indianapolis recently, Colonel Harris, of Qlda, said that from observation nd knowledge he was satisfied that wool-growing could be made at least fifteen per cent. more profitable in, Georgi han it u inunio. loe Western aural has ta along been.-entoading -tbat barring the dog nuisance, lew more promising fields were within reach of the wool growers than ire -to befcimdintbe Southern State.. The wealth of Vejj etable growth, scrupled with short winter, offer admirable grazing Lacil lties. Railroads now running, and others in process of construction, will afford access to manufacturing centers. Another feature may also be con sidered. -ttenlMi) k largely directed Just now to, the mineral .resowces of most oH the Southern' ' State. ; and capital and enterprise are fast develop ing coal beds and iron mines. These will attract around t...

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