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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 12 September 1873

Home and Farm. Home and Farm. [From "Diversions of the Echo Club" in Atlantic Home and Farm. [From "Diversions of the Echo Club" in Atlantic Monthly of July.] Home and Farm. [From "Diversions of the Echo Club" in Atlantic Monthly of July.] THE OLD FENCE RAIL. it aod r -ss i.y roa-S.'. A hk.'ir ' '" ' ' io- Tin: Maefcu. ny viiw- - run c And the tin IVow. the MiJ:i;i low: ;u!:1 ; He fl'iw. : '" 1 way, II ! ; And lJice.'i.!'."-w.ir'l Kii'l wc'!'a';i!'I, Travel tti: ut .'.itui ii'.ii'l. At t:iu" tiim.l.-iiV !:! i niiu li.e liir. .f !.- :., lint Un- -cI..h.1 Ik.v ... l- w.t h i,o-:i . Kick it. and liA.-itei... on. Above it the V '!iii:irii-j , I:!y ar;d rickety, I.-iiii.-; EeMde it tue pione-r'h ti(! 1m a -aud.-rilitr ;;r..wu. c.ier i;s. It wax split by li e stalwart m:'.i i. One fif the iu..it taoe, And the hands of iiihtow-uniieri cj.iMre Lifted It int il pin'..-. Years alter, the jr.-iwkj lover Hal in It dltng.lni; his liet !S, WLlie hisirlri forgot ir uii 1-ii-K- Aud tne pen, Willi i...

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. — 12 September 1873

Sk Sftffnswww. n-pPIGE: B.-.s..ttrel.rtr.t Door Ka.fl roitOfi jOBLISHEP EVERT FRIDAY. TEBKS: J2 03 Per ima, lilirnce. FINDLAY, OlHOi Friday MorlE. Sep- l873' State Ticket. ELECTION, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14. For Govemoe. LDWARU F. yOYEH.of Hamilton Co For Lieutenant Governor. ALPHONHO ilAKT, of Portage Oo. For Treasurer, ISAAC WELCH, of Belmont Co. For Supreme Judga Long Term. WILLIAM W HITE, of Clark Co. For Supreme Judge Hhorl Term. WALTER K. BTONK. of Erie Co. For Attorney General, JOHN LITTLE, of OreeneCo. For Controller of Treasury, WILLIAM T. WILHON. of Portage Co. For Board ol Public Work. PHILIP V. HEBZLSO.of Auglaixeto. for Htal Senator. JOHN T. NEWTON, of Locaa Co, W. M. BKKBAH, of Henry Co. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, JOSEPH W. CLASON.ol Amanda Tp. For Auditor, LEMUEL JlcH.ANNE3s.or Flndlay Tp. for Prosecuting Attorney, EZRA SHOWN, of Flndlay Tp. For Commissioner, WILLIAM MOFFIT, of Blanchard Tp, For Infirmary Director, PETEB 8TBUBLE, of Jackson Tp. REPUBLICA...

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. — 12 September 1873

I OLD WHITE CORNER! fob LADIES! r. We Lave decided to close cut our entire stock of Fancy Goods, &c. -M- SIM Mil HI PARASOLS, &C, Wl OFFER AT Less Than Cost ! as oar object Is to close them ont be fore the season is over. Examine oar stock and Learn Our Prices, and you will be convinced that Wg Mean Business. Our Terms will be S(rictlj,ash on Delivery. OCB STOCK OF D011EM DRV Will be kept np full, as we desire to enlarge our stock and increase our business in that line. OCB STOCK OF READY ffllllOHMl Will be greatly enlarged, andwe will make it an object for cash buyers to trade with us. W.E.SNYDER&CO. G. his ty as be ond list Huff-aster, E. hurt - Levi Peter court-room in will PrJ shall work K. We now offer our entire stock of the above mentioned goods, all of IL w,t,inl, deira- bleat COS "217! of who by that is est dance Not ning. in his last the on large citizens to their arable hearty This to large Each ward work. it sions ing P. cuit, lay full JinWaj t(ftrsoman. FRID...

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. — 12 September 1873

HIS WIFE'S FRIENDS. Thut. Da&bury Aiw llua Lis tsuch to kS'.w for. ' Tlu IVc-iia Heme i tls it- of the ..apcrs to fiouris'i an imitator of him, and here is a epecimen of the woik : Squire Blinks, a retired old gentleman, lives away down on Seventh street. The Cher morning three old ladies from Macon County came to Lis house or a vieii. Tly usedlo know his wile before &lie was-married.' .. The Squire welcomed tuem to his mansion, and then went out to his barn and swore for half an hour. While he was sooth ing himself tLus, Lis wife cl'cd him ia the house. She handed him an umbrella to keep cJT the sun, and aid the ladies had walked up from the depot acd led some thiols there Jor him to bring up. So Le brought them up, making tworoucd trips lor tne baskets, bknd-boxea. end two black oilcloth travelioir baps, a!l of which the Sq-rc diicourteonsiy called "infernal old traps.' AsLeeatia the bac kitchen wi- ninrr his brow, his wife brought out the market batket and said there was ...

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. — 19 September 1873

Home and Farm. S with which the 1km.. -i-0 speaking, ba naught to oo.for . stance, a com,K.n.leI:t m- an ojrii ion t having twenty acres h a vine yard, aud u orchard ol ln am, with twenty cow. Tl.i- would not come under the Lead ol a-rkullu..:, although tbe pro' ri. tor wouli 13 dairyman it lie intends tbe cows to be milch caltio. Fruit growing, by tiiust who understand it and select tbe right kind of soil and situation, is doubtlt;. a very profitable occupation ; but. according to my bumblu opinion, tiie farming tbat could be mixed npwitb it would Buffer a good deJ, a all tbe manure made on the rest of the land would be required for tbe trees. Con sequently a site should lc clioen wLich would pive facility for procur ing manure, &c, by water, or any cheap conveyance lrora cities or towns where it is abundant. The growth ol any crops not genuinely agricultural, will usually end in disaster to the soil, because there is nothing to return as an equivalent for the fertility taken a...

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. — 19 September 1873

OFFICE: PUBLISHES EVERY FRIDAY . TEEMS: 12 CO Per ltisa, ii liTisce. I IM)LAY, OHIO, Friday Morning, t Sept. 19 i83. Republican State Ticket. ELECTION, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14. Fur Governor, EUWAKD F. NOYES, of Hamilton Co For Lieutenant Governor, ALPHOKSO HAET, of Portage Co. For Treaaurer. ISAAC WELCH, of Belmont Co. For Muprenia Judge Long Term. WILLIAM WHITE. of Clark Co. For Supreme Judfro-fShort Term. WALTKIl r. BTUNK. of Krie Co. Fcr Attorney General, JOHN LITTLE. of GreneCo. For Controller of Treasury, WILLIAM T. WILSON, of Portage Co. or Hoard of Public Work. PHILIP V. HERZISU.of Auglalxeto. For Hlate Senators. JOIIS T. NEWTON, of Ldcm Co., W. M. BECKHAM, of Henry Co. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Representative. JOSEPH W. CLASON.ol Amanda Tp. For Auditor, LKMREL JIfM.ASNE,of Kimllay Tp. For Prosecuting Attorney. E7.KA BKOWX, of Findlay Tp. For fotnmJas loner, WILLIAM MOFFIT. of Blaucuard Tp. For Infirmary Director, PETER 8TBUBLK, of Jacaaon Tp. REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. I Tuat the ...

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. — 19 September 1873

OLD WHITE CORNER! MMTO FOB LADIES! We La?e decided to close out our entire Block of Fancy Goods, &c. We now offer our entire stock ot tlie sbovs mentioned goods, all oi whioh are new and desira ble at COS TP! PARASOLS, &C, Wl OF FEB AT Less Than Cost ! a our object Is to close them out be J tor the aeaaon ia over. Examine our atock and Learn Our Prices, and you will be convinced that We Mean Business. Our Terms will be Strittlj.CasIi on Delivery. OCB stock or DOilBSTl DM I ! I w;n k. vr.t rm fnlL as we desire to enlarge onr stock and increase our busineaa in that line. OUR STOCK OF REAM MADE CLOTHING Will be greatly enlarged, and.we will make It an object for cash boy era to trade with us. W.E.SNYDER&CO. I S-KiDAY MORMG. SEPT 13. iS73 NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS and after till date all paid ml ter will beiatserted a Aerlle-ent la this paper. April 25, 1873. VkM receiving lk JeiTcrsaalnai al Ibe fludlay ! 4MU-e will Bad It al Ikr JeiT. 0ce hereafter. Three Copies for 81. We wil...

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. — 19 September 1873

THE TRANSATLANTIC BALLOON. Tie 2?. Y. Tants give a full ac count of the Daily Orapue Balloon collapse from which wo extract the following: . By 4 o'clock He crowd Lad in creased to great proportions, and all watched eagerly tbe rounding bulk, which rose and enlarged bo slowly that ita advance was almost imper c-piibie. Tbe great volume of im prisoned gas tupged at the lines that held it down,and the enormous globe waved sren'ly in the moderate breeze. The throng around the guarded ropes messed thickly, and from without the icclosure, from windows and housetops, and coigns of vantage for many a mile around, tens oi tuou ands of eyes watched the uneasy air ship. All seemed going on well. Without a single warning sign of ruia, without a movement or noise to announce collate, suddenly a rift opened in the crown o( the balloon. close by the valve, me gas strug gled to get free, immediately ex panded the gap, and, with a runnmug sound of tearing and rippin?,but with no explosive outburst,...

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. — 26 September 1873

Home and Farm. How Clothing was Obtained St the Olden Time. The '?' Kng!:d Hi-io:ie Gent-!; 1 jgical Society iieii a inettini; o. Wednesday last. Hon. A man ker read a paper ''Xts ii':u.. Housebol I Maimtacturers: in the t.,u , Tune," and tol l Low ,e obtair.td . coat when be wi a bjy. Many o;; c'rizsim win be ai.Ie to recall i-iui;i.i experiences : "He raid after hi had obtained th wool and carried k a I jng dl-ta--to be carded, he found the pa'aer overwhelmed with burners Evert tbdjr desired their oI card ed as well art Le, and the hul was oblige! to wait the natural course ol events, which meant two weetu. I returted home, he said, aijd when the two weeks had elapsed aj.in presented myself at the igi!I and iu qoired lor the wool. It would be done in leas than another week. Ji was done when I next visited them, and I took my poeeestiion home. Hy mother was quite delighted to nee my arrival, and at once set to work to rpin oa the great wheel, riax at that time was Hiun on foot-whee...

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. — 26 September 1873

OFFICE: Stin4vi-ey(ree.rkr Dor Kail iAi f OJIe PUBLISHES EVERT FRIDAY. HEMS: 12 CO Per lssci, li linici. FINDLAV, OHIO Friday MonlK. i Sop. 26 1873. Republican State Ticket. ELECTION, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14. For Governor. KDWAKD F. NOYEH, of Hamilton Co For LtoutenanlUovernor, ALPHONrtO HAKT, of Portage Co. For Treasurer, IHAAC WELCH, of Belmont Co. For fcaprern-s Jude Lout Term. WILLIAM WHITE, of Clark Co. For Baprenie J udice Kliort Teim . W ALTCU F. bTOJi K. ol Erie Co. For Attorney General, JOilM LITTLE, of Greene Co. For Controller of Treasury, WILLIAM T. WILHO.V. of Portage Co. or Board of Public Works, PHILIP V. HKIUUNO.of AUKlsixoCo. For Hlate Senators. JOHN X. NEWTON, of Lucas Co., W. U. BECKHAM, of Henry Co. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Kepreaentative. JOHEPH yf. CLA.SOJJ.ol Amanda Tp. For Auditor, LEMUEL McMANMEHs.of Flndlay Tp. For Prosecuting Attorney, EZRA BUOWN, of Flndlay Tp. For Commissioner, W1LUAU MuFFIT. of Blanciiard Tp. For Infirmary Director, FETISH HTKUBLK, of ...

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. — 26 September 1873

OLD WHITE CORNER! MXEM WM FOB LADIES! We have decided to close 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 defera ble at COS l3Ha! wm PARASOLS, &G.; WB OFFER AT Less Tlian Gost ! as out object U 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 bo Strietlj Cash on Delivery. CUB STOCK OF DOM DM GOODS ! Will be kept op full, as we desire to enlarge our stock and increase our business in that line. OCR STOCK. OF READY MADE CLOTHING Will be greatly enlarged, and we will make it an object for cash buyers to trade with ns. W.E.SNYDER&C0. it to FlUDAY SEPT 26. 1873 NUiiGiiXu AUVJOlTliSLKS n a4 after IbI dale all paid mat er will Wlawrlrd ma A4rrrllarBI la Ibiii r. April 2.1, 172. TkaM rerrlviag- ib Jrllrnuiu Ike Medlay CMIIro will fcil It IN J-T. OlUe hereafter. Attention, People I! As we go to pres...

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. — 26 September 1873

THE POLARIS. THE POLARIS. She is Found to have Sunk off Littleton THE POLARIS. She is Found to have Sunk off Littleton Island---Her Crew Escaped in Boats Made from the Ship. Tim i.r-rtarT of tue Navy has re Cfived the following dUpch from Conmuwlr Braineof Ibe JOuiaia : STATES STEAMER JUNIATA, ST. JOHN'S, N. F., Sept. 10. Th Hon. George AL Itobeson, Secretary of the Navy, Washington, Th Jonimta arrivfd to day. Mel the Tifrree al Upereavilt end cosied her. She sailed Ans. 11, Io- L.nue in ..land: The Tigris met the Jnnlata' 1am laoBcti, Lieut. Dc T '.mt. off Tessnisak. who bad been to Cape York la the launch, and re- liirted-at Dico. Met lueTigreKS tenia, and coaled her August, , Commander Green reports that the camp of the Polaris wan found Au? 14, off IitUfcton laiino, J riez. 23 min. noUh.lonpHurie dK- 40 rcia. weal. I tie crew i - -Jaria were ell well. Hd gone south two months before in V made from the ship. The Polaris aar.k one month alter. The 1 igr kept e carelul lookout goin...

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. — 3 October 1873

Home and Farm Home and Farm Sale of Short Horn Cattle. The following account A the r cei sale of Short liornul ("atllt: it Lin: Y., reads more like home of tl. nursery tales we read ab'jut Chri.itm; time long ago, Uian a hii-tory of a: actual business transaction. We take the following extract from the Chicago Tribune's report : The a!ea ol tho New York M l, hc-iJ cf t-hort-Lorn cattle, at plao to-day, proved to lie the wort remark able even in the history of tLU iop- u.ar and valuable race .f attic 1 l.e l.trd, the property ol the Hon. Sair.- ut-1 Cami-btil, while not the lan-erf. was one ol the rnoft cekbraled in tL world, and tie ssle brought loathe, the leading breeders from all portion of the L nited States, while many ol the English breeder were either pres ent in person or represented by agenb- sent across the Atlantic for the pur pose. There were 111 animals sold for $380,890. Ten of the Ducbet tribe of females brought f 2l8.L'50, tn average of 121,700. Then came the Duchess...

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. — 3 October 1873

5ppiCE: "obLished every trip ay. T2KS: 12 00 Per licsa, li limce. I--IfIIVY. OHIO, Friday Mrlig.i 'Octottr 3. 1873, Republican State Ticket. ELECTION, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14 For Governor, KDWAKD F. 'OYt--J,of Hamilton Co For Lieutenant Governor, ALPHONSO HAKT, of Portage Co. For Treasorer. IKAAC WELCU.of Belmont Co. For Supreme Judtre Long Term. WILLIAM WHITE. of Clark Co. For Kapreme Jodge HhortTerm. WALTEK K.STONE, of Krfc Co. For Attorney General, JOHN LITTLE. of Greene Co. For Controller of Treasury, WILLIAU T. WILOX;of Portage Co. or Board of Public Works. VHILIP V. HEK7.i:'U,of Auglaize Co. For IState Henatora. JOHN T. NEWTON, of Lncaa Co., W. M. BECKHAM, of Henry Co. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, JOHEFH W. CLAHON.ol Amanda Tp. For Auditor, LEMUEL McMASNEite.of Flndlay Tp. For Prosecuting Attorney, EZRA BKOWN. of Flndlay Tp. For ComxulSHloner, WILLIAM MOFFIT, of Blanebard Tp. For Infirmary Director, PETER 8TRUBLE, of Jackaon Tp. REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. 1. That the pr...

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. — 3 October 1873

OLD WHITE CORNER! If FOB LADIES I We Lave decided to close out our entire stock ot Fancy Goods, &c. We now ofier onr entire stock of the above mentioned goods, all of which aro new and desira ble at COS H?! PARASOLS, &C, -WJC OFFER AT Less Than Cost ! as onr object U to dose them out be fore the season is over. Examine onr stock and Learn Our Prices, and you will be convinced that We Mean Business. OurJTerms will.be Strict! Cash cn Delivery. OUR STOCK OF DRY G Will be kept p full, as we desire to enlarge onr stock and increase our business in that line. OUR STOCK or READY MADB CLOTfllXG Will be greatly enlarged, and we will mako it an object for cash buyers to trade with ns. W .E.SNYDER&CO. jfmbiaj clltrsirianu. tfUlDAY aSORmG, OCT 3. 73 aad alter lain date all nil -let-Mill iM-inM-rK-U Jl(lirrllil" la this pnpr. April a.;. l-T.i. Tlnw rr-evlWus Jeir-r.ala al ilietladlay Ollire will Cad lb Jeff. Cl- hereafter. Centaur Liniment. Tlw-re I no pain whlrli thi I'kuUlUT Linime...

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. — 3 October 1873

Miscellaneous. A LAW ROMANCE. A Paris le'.tcr to the London Aw ears: A delicate point, involving large inheritance rtecfeied a few Jsjs 8o hy the Civil Trirrarial ot Kennes It arose cut of tie tragic occurrence which took place in October, 1871, on the rock ot rtnmarcb, in Finit teire. This reck, o( gigantic dim en ions, overhangs the Atlantic, an, being one or the mast irictureeqae features of the Irritancy coaat.is much vis; tea t7 tourists and marine paint tta. It" Juts -out at a great height over toe sea, and the thy beneath is known to the aboriginal fishers as lall-au Iiern, or the mouth of Hell An evil spirit, these primitive people believe, u GnwUntly lying in watt at the foot of Uie roc to entrap unwary mortals, and cut them cfl froic among the living in the roilnt of their eins. The idea, Sounded I ke most local EupersliUons on J net, is not nlwsys sufficiently present to the minds of excursionists to renmarcu. i he vic tims ot the Tail -an Ifern demon in October, lfetl, w...

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. — 10 October 1873

Correspondence. Correspondence. OUR GERMAN LETTER. Special Correspondence Jeffersonian. XfrtH'. ;-.1j1T- I I He I'M : ja fe-xony . r- V... w .'-, i.a--ILe time in D."' -fe" ivl :.eil ;t ! c .untry. W j.o-seii fjc .-:-'- febt iLlcJCil I ChJl y.-MC-lj I'll. Hi- co'i.:'ry tl) ufi'W un lice fc.nety sud Dres'.e:i is ltd; of ;.:t. T. rcui. ll.ecounlty I Lave liivsit-l on fo l. A proof ol good walki: g.I I ave worri new pair ol solid eoltsi ff my boot I am now just back one hoar 1:1 I)rt9 dtn, and !i.si very-' tired at J at iff n. another pi oof . Uui I fo.get fell (Lin in the tti.utit.11 I Lave at-en, aaO wara . with my , subject-- J)idta lies In t'.i valley of the Eflw, jatt io lie beginning of that most pictu- mque Jlsirict called Sxon Swi'zpr land. Tnis pari of Germany U by lar the moat, fascinating and attracts many visitors throt-gh the last of the summer, though they are mostly gone bow. Saxon Switzerland i- about twenty-five miles tq-tare, ex - tcLuirrr over into the Austrian Km- p...

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. — 10 October 1873

She Mimmnn. OFFICE: . nr.tDoor eatiol Po0 PUBLISHED EVERY TRIP AT. TEWS: 12 00 Per lima, la klmu KINDLAY, OHIO Friday MtwIid'Oof" 1Q.1873. Republican State Ticket. ELECTION, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14. Kor Governor. LDWAKD F. NOYE-S.of Hamilton Co For Lieutenant Governor, ALPHONHO H ART, of Portage Co. For Treasurer. ISAAC WELSH, of Belmont Co. For Hupretne Judge Louf Term. WILLIAM WHITE, of Clark Co. For Huprerae Judge Khorl Term. WALTEK r. H TON IS, of Erie Co. For Attorney General, JOHN LITTLE. of Greene Co. For Controller of rreasury, WILLIAM T. WILHON, of Portage Co. or Board ol Public Works, PHILIP V. HEBZING.cf Auglaize Co. For State Menmlora, JOHN i: KEWTON. of Lucas Co., . W. M. BECKHAM, of Henry Co. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For RepresenlatiYe. JOSEPH W. CLASON'.ol Amanda Tp. For Auditor, LEMUEL McMASSE.of FindlayTp. For Prosecuting Attorney. EZRA UbVJWS. Of Fludlay Tp. For Commissioner. WILLIAM MOKFIT, of Blanchard Tp. For Infirmary Ulrector, PETEB BTBUBLE, of Jackson Tp. REPUBL...

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. — 10 October 1873

I OLD WHITE CORNER. FOB LADIES We have decided to close out our entire stock ot Fancy Goods, &c We now offer onr entire stock of the above mentioned Roods, all of which are new and desira ble at COS TOP! -H- 1 PARASOLS, &C, wk or? eh AT Less Tlian Cost ! M our object ia to dose tbem out be fore the season is over. Examine onr stock and Learn Our Prices, and you will be convinced that We Mean Business. OuriTenns willjbe Strictlj Cash on Delivery. OUR STOCK OF i i will ba kett no full, as we desire tc . . . enlarge our stock and increase our business in that line. OUR STOCK or READY HADB CLOTHING . ti- niarcid. and we will Tt Ui B9 grwawj --, make it an object for cash buyers to trade with us. W.E. SNYDER&CO. vDOlSTl ' DM v, Ot, f. iinilag tHcrsmanu. "-4 iEIUAY M0K.NTNG, OCT 10. iS73 NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS and mUrr I hi. dtlf all fill anal-Ifr mill be I averted A4Krilwa la this paper. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS April 25, 1873. . Tkm nrrltlii( it JUTalaai al lb Flwdtay OfJice wil...

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. — 10 October 1873

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