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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 17 October 1873

Home and Farm. Home and Farm. Bees as Architects. Now we t-xerci-e a patitM obseiva tion on Mature, analyrin:.'.. intc-tigm ing, caiculatii g, 'J"-l! a facta, and -ay coolly with Proief-soi Hsuuhton, 'bees construct the large-1 amount of ctli 'H ii the rnalie amount of maiei il ,'' or m i.L Q itre lag , lheir ius ir.ct is cdt'iiuy tl. moxl developed of all living creatun-f with the txceplion ot ants." "He htxagOi.a and ihomboids of Lie arch i'ecture show the projs-r proportion lelween the length and b:eadthoi the evil, wLicL will t-ave most wax, as Jouud by the closest matl ema'ical in vestigaUon,' eay s another great au tbority. Wan la obliged to use al' -or. ot engines lor measurement angles, rale, plumb lines to produce Lis buildings, and guide bin Land ; the b?e execute I er wok immediately from ber mind, without instrument or tools of any kind. "She has wc cessfully solved a probh m in higher mathematics, which the discovery ol the differential calculus, a century and a half ag...

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. — 17 October 1873

3e Mtoman. OPFIOE: PPBLISHEP EVtBT FRIDAY. THUS : S2 00 Per Ism, ti Unite. OHIO, Friday Mrlt.l 'OctoltT 17,1813 RESULT IN HANCOCK CUUNTY. Kelcw we give a table ot mf-joritiea, showing the result ot the election in this county l&at Tuesday; The effi tval vote mayjvary lrom this alightly, but will sot do ao materially : a !! "2 TOWHSB1FS. z Amanita. r1 i Alien... 14 Hi l.lok Kian chard Iielaware. j.ifilw Klndlsy. Jackson- I.ltierty M sdimin . Marlon Orange Portage FlesuiaDt . I'nWii Van Buren Wanluuvioa- 14 2U1 li U4 j Total DtinoccraUC majority, train, 4C8 124. As we have not been able to get the vote by townships, we nave not the data far any comment. There litrht vote, end '"n one or two townships the Republicans seem to have abandoned the field entirely to their opponent", while all over the connty a greater proportion ot Re publicans than Democrats stayed away from the polls. We shall en deavor to give fall details next vetk. FINDLAY TOWNSHIP. The Republicans of Findlay town ...

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. — 17 October 1873

OLD WHITE CORNER. -c - I FOB LADIES! We have decided to close out our entire stock of Fancy Goods, &c. We now offer our entire stock of tbe above mentioned goods, all oi which are new and dew ra ils at cos HI ::- HER MUDS 1 PARASOLS, &-., W OFFER AT 4. w-nrt r , f ess xnan ousiv j as our object is to close them oat 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 Strict!; Cash on Deliver. OUT- STOCK OF DOMESTI DR. GOODS ! Will be kept up full, as we desire to enlarge our stock and increase our business in that line. oua stock or READY MADE CLOTfllXG Will be greatly enlarged, and we will ..v it .n nblect for casb Duyers to trade with us. W.E. SNYDER&CO. in eflersotanu JTinilau -iUAT MOlimG, OUT 17, i-73 UT1CT0 AUVT-KS wd after Ifcia dat- all pl anal-tr will bolasertrd aa Ad vertlB-aeal Im thla prr. April r., IKTJ. Tbm reeeltlajc I he tto Flodlay foal ttlllre will S It a lh JrU. (JUirm -r...

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. — 17 October 1873

Attempted Assassination. Ex-Senator Pomeroy Shot by Ex-Congressman Conway. PARTICULARS OF THE AFFAIR! WASHINGTON. Oct, 11. ' Ex-Senator Poinerov, of Kansas, was shot this afternoon ly ex Repre sentative M. F. Conway, of Kansa. Senator l'omeroy was walking up New York avenue, and when near the corner of Fourteenth street he met Conway, who drew a Urge re volver, and when within six feet o! Mr. Pomeroy fired three shots at him, one o which took effect In the right breast, just below the r.i le. Air. Conway then pat tip bit pis tol andstartel to walk eft To gentlemen J. B Slilloon and Addi on wttnesMad the shooting, imme diately ttopped Coaway, Addnoo exclaiming. "Sup, sir; you Lave sho'. a man, and yon mast give 3 our reason lor ao doing,' Cjuway re plied : "Be ruined myself and rny lamily. He then surrendered Lit pistol to Stillson, and accompanied that gentleman to a station Louse. Pomeroy, who had fallen to the pavement, was asuibltd to a carnage and driven to bis hv,ee, hi K stree...

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. — 24 October 1873

Home and Farm. Home and Farm. GOD BLESS THE FARM. God We tarm-the dear old farm ! jod biea 11 evcr r, -ubere williruc heart and sturdy arms jjj, earn an bone! livelihood ! Can from the eosnie and fertile holl Win back a recoinine for toll. Ood ble each ntadu, field and nook, Begemmed with laireti' flom! And every leaf lhal' gently shook. By even'n hreezeor inoriiln- hhoweni, j-jd bleth-Tu al.! Knelt learn a icem n xIo'' Iforveouodiadtuu The orchard that In early KfirlDK Blush rich in fragrant Cowtr-, And with each autumn mi rely tiring Their weal'h of fiuiUlti K"iden 'Iwweri I.'ke pomeKranlleaon Aaron V rod, A miracle from nature V. Ood. Arid may hetj'exiilhefArri-.er'a home. Where peaoe. and plenty rein ; No happier rpot 'neath Heaven' hlyh dome IVith ltd broad, bbauteoiMearthContaln Tt.aa where, secure irotn care and htrlfe. The farmer lead bia peaceful ll.'c, Uuvexr-d by toll and trick for gain. He turns the fertile luold ; Then waiter on the goldec grain. And reas reward m hundr...

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. — 24 October 1873

kt MfeiSDiuan. PUBLISHED VEH? fRIDAY . TSESi: 12 C3 Per itsia, it Afimw I-'IISIilVY. OHIO. Friday Momln-.j'Octolcr 24, 1S13 RESULT IN THE STATE. The la'-tst relnrus lr'.m ihe St&tt give Alun a tttjritv of a l;Ulovei COO. The balance of tie Sla'.e ticket ia Republican,' tbougU Wixsii, foi Treasurer, and Littls, for Attorsej Genera!, tare very eaaTl vn jritiea. tying to mistakes in piintisg ticketr, TliCea:ocra..a Lave a mj ;rity ol 16 la tue Leislaluro on a joint b A'.oi. THE RESULT IN THE COUNTY. We pub!i-h tils wtt k the flicia! contract of the votca polled in thw county ou the 14 th icst. Thefo" are eu'reeMive- On a vote of 2.25S k?6 than the Republicans polled oi.e yesr aio Mr. Allen- has a rnpprity of 4 C5 in t be county. TLe Democratic vote is 431 lets than was polled at the State t k-ction lat year, while the fell- ic off ol ti e Republican vote com pared with the name poll, 542. Thie is an extraurdiuary jailing o9 on both tides, ar.d is evidence thet the people are rx-t g...

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. — 24 October 1873

OLD WHITE CORNE MMffll 11 foe XADIES. Wc have decided to close out onr entire fitock of L PC Fancy Good3, &c. V e row offer onr eclire stock of tbe above mentioned goods, all of which are new and desira ble at Jot EMU 1813 619 1SI S wi orrzR at Less Than Cost ! i our obj3Ct U to clcr then: ont be fore tbe teuton is over. Examine our stock and jearn Our Prices, ' fced yea wiU be convinced that Vo Mean Business. OurTTerms will.be iricllj Cash cn Deliftrj. OCB 0TOCK Of 81 mm m ill be kept op full, as wo deeire to enlarge onr etock and increase cror boaineefi in that line. BTtXX 01 nil be greatly enlarged, and we will taake It an object for cath buyers o trade with oa. t V.E. SNYDER&CO. s t i i Jfmlto Mcrsmanu. fiOLAY jIOKXIKG. OJT 24, iM: Centaur Liniment, There J uo iau which li: CeuUtur liiiuitiit wiil iot re lieve, bo swelling it wiil not aubd utaiid bo UuuciieMi w b icti it wU not core. Tbi Ufclro;je taDj(ttc, but it 1m trufe. It ha frnxlLic d xuure curat of fi;u- uallsui, ...

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. — 24 October 1873

THE LEBANON SHAKERS. A correspondent ot the New rMlM been tre-aim? tim. Tor im-ir 1. th. Vn . of a Wr to th. a -r. at New Lebanon, New York. W " .. n- ..i,-tnre ot the &uniiay ioort.- CJJJJ ui I"-- The Shaker meeting bcne in perfectly laia white woc-Un build iaE, ore try bigb, clo-td wi'.h a lowticbcd rool tir.alornei will .,-w.r.l.. r btUrv. Ti-e trout m divi ded by two doors for the "aoil.i'r MmVioenltr. and at u'.htr clc there is ote for Ibe hre hren w .:!- In the interior raigcd alor.p one side were eever&i rows of plain wooden benches lor wsitore. a ,irl row ot B h'.fjwl fcjrsmrt Uit r..WSite wall, and lew w-re pieced it the ends ot the room, liaviog Ur.r ennare nt.ce is tiie center o' the boue entinly u '.occupied. Tw i.lain box moves B'.aod.r g a- iuix f the rr,om aid a row of peg- around the wall completed tore of the edifice. One Shaker brother was on b-.nd ... .,! hour, ac icz U'"cT and f the etxes. As lie bom lo? service approached "-'; d.or noi.ele-.iy opened. A ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 31 October 1873

Home and Farm. Home and Farm. The Greates Crop of the Would. A 4uu iJ cUcu-i iuv..ive, tn relative vslue of the wheat, ct ton, tea crop, of lie world. Which of tlx prod""' employ the greatest amount of the world' capt Ul f It is said that bay lead the ret. nd the hems that enter into the ac count, as rated, are somewhat start ling, sod will make a Granger's bail gtand on end. Cotton and tea ar. local crops, while hay u produced everywhere the world over, and thus the bay crop greatly oat weight either of the other two. The aggregate re ported value of all farm products fur 1870 wag 12,447,538,658; Lot as thm includes addition to stocks, '-better-ments," etc., it is probably too high Now the hay cr.p for the year that is the grass dried and cured for nt or sold is reorted at over 27,000, , 000 ton. This, at half the selling price in the large cities, would amoanl to 1405,000,000, and . is far greater than the aggregate home value of the cotton crop or any ctl.fr crop. But the cared '...

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. — 31 October 1873

Wht gtfinsnwaa. ' OTFIC 33: FPBUSHEP EVERT FRIPATf. TISMS: 12 00 Per lma, i limn. FINULAY, OHIO. Friday M.ral-SNi'OctaW 31, 1873 EMPEROR WILLIAM AND THE POPE. Avery epicy correspocdecce baa recently occurred between the two august persongei whose mines head this paragraph. The letter of the Pope is dated at the Vatican, Ang us; 7 ih, and protested epamtt the mp&6nres adopted by the Emperor's Government "against the Catholic religion. It also says : 'I am in formed that your Majesty does not countenance the proceedings of your Government, and dots not approve the harsh n.essurcs," etc. Further along the Holy See lsjs claim even to the person of the great Genner conqueror, for he sajs that "every one who has beeo baptized belorgs, in some way or ether, to the Pope." In reply the Emperor states that a portion of bis Catholic subjects have orgariizj'l a political party bos tile to the .government ; tht Catho lic priests have Joined this move xnent to the extent of open revolt agains...

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. — 31 October 1873

&1UAT IOEKIi'0. OCT3U873 Centaur Liniment. Then ta bo pain which the Ceo tear Liniment will not re lieve, ao (welling It will not tabdaetaJMl no lameness w hich It well not cure. Thlsisstrong fcuuruce. bat It la true. Jt ba produced more care of rheu BWTw; mntlam, neuralgia, lock Ji pal y, sprains, swell I ngs,eased-br east cakl Mime, ealt-rneoms, ear-ache, Ac, opon the human frame, and of stratus, spavin, gslls. apon animals in one year Uimn heve nil rther pretended remedies alnce tbe world be lt la a counter-irritant, an all healing reliever. Cripple throw away their fcratebes, tbe lame walk, poisonous bltea are Rendered harmless, and tbe wounded are Jliealed wllbont a scar. It la no bam bos- Tbe -eclpe la pabliahed around each bottle. It la telling aa no article ever before aold.and It ells because It does Just what it pretenda t I'O. 1 boa who now suffer trom rbeanmtiam. ln or swelling deserve to softer IX they will ot oae Centaor Liniment. More than iOOO iertleate of remark...

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. — 31 October 1873

THE DUBUQUE FAILURE. The Misery Caused by One Man. n.o rrnV.Ua cttecdiLC tie collaws -,.,. linV.nono Sati::? InStitOtiOO VI aim j c are no doubt, many, tioce it was . -Sal The Dobnqio Timet relates several u.ianmi which, rt rhaDV are bot tbe counterpart cl a hundred other of eqnsJ poignancy. i i' an old man. nearly blind, with large family depending on him, recenu oia tbe result cf years' saTipp, for 81, 200, which be deposited in the- itsti Uia itfT. an elder! v woman. bow lying at' the point ot death, at Lis instance, aepostieu an me mouti .Va halS.SOO there 1so. Should she die, which is more than probable, between tbtm there u rot moue enough to bory ber. Mr. and Mrs. C J, worthy Id couple, bare been for y ears saving oat of bis hard earned pittance", dol lar by dollar, a sum to buy them a shelter and a home to spnd their rcmei&in years of life- They x2d tbe sum necessary to meet their am bilion at $1,000 Tbe old lady was made the custodian of the fund. As the old gentltman c...

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. — 7 November 1873

Home and farm. PLANT A HOME. PLANT A HOME. BY MRS. M. A. KIDDER. Young beginners in lite moraii.ir Uont't foiiet Uie rainy day ; BODtblw cannot last forever. Or the brart be always Ky. Save trie aime, and then the dollar, . Imj op jnetiiiD M you roam Choose soma blooininKspot of U-aoty. Home fair lot and "plant a borne '." Yoa, too, wLo have bat around jou. Comlognpto'akeyour la-e; Vive tbem something to remtn.U.r- iloraetead tnmoi left let them trae. Would you feel the p.-i'le of instibood, "Let the nun yourdwelilng gret li:eaUe the blessed air of firedoin. Own the toll beneath your feet. Von, too, who perhaps have xuandered Lite's fair morn 'lia not too la'.e ! Htart at onoe to woo bright Fortune, Rail no mora at ao-called "Pate." How the golden sieus of aarmg In the rich and talcs ening loam ; Hpelid your (ant daya not with slratgrrs. Enter Heaven's gate from -Hon.e.' Baldwin's Monthly. Fried Potatoes. The name Fried Potatoes of course I mean potatoes that are fried, but how I di...

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. — 7 November 1873

She gjjtffersaman. OFFIC IE: 8aiulk,(trect.nrlOT Kant Pvt. O fie POBLUHED EVERY. FRIDAY. TESXS: 11 00 Per Iieu, It Idmce. riNDLAV, OHIO, Friday Moral., t K-1,1813 THE DUTY OF THE HOUR. It is useles nay, it in lolly to ignore the fact that the buwerwof the country is eadly deranged, and that no ir eiitjrinTr mion the WJDter -r months with a coniadtrable portion oi the industrial claasea out of employ ment. Manutacturereareobligedtoiua pend or curtail their business, throw ing their employe out ol erapiu mltxt. fci.pt.l because they cannot com. al to meet the ID&QU V" IMU necessary demands upon them. The firm of H. B. Claflin & Co , New ork. which has been obliged toaek incred itor. lor an extension of time, reports surplus coital of over G,000,000 over and above their liabilities. A. & W Sprague also report several n.il lions more of eets than liabilities Why should these establishment", do ing business upon a large surplus capi tal, be compelled to beg credit or sus pend...

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. — 7 November 1873

sCiitrsDiauu FRIDAY uKMiG, KO 7, n to Centaur Unlniful. There 1 no Iln wt.lch Ui Centaur IJliiluelil will not re line, do kweliing it will Dot eutid ue,aod do lameiie w b I ci. It well uot cure. Tiila Uslroi j lanKUtfc. but It lR true- 31 (.riKluc-d more cure oi n.e-u WrY nmlMa. neuralgia, lock J ply.pralot.iwellliin.ciKl-lre''l baron, ult-rl.imH, eax-acbe. As.. ujon tl.e Lntnen frame, ami f.f hlrallik. .pavlu. galls. inr.r. lii one year Ui have a. oll.a r lteU:uded remade, ii.ce llie world be gau. It l a eouuUsr-lrrltaiit, an al! healing pair, reliever. trla'le brow aeay tuei crutch, the lame walk. pooniuii biu are rendered baimleMi. and the .uu)d are healed wlUioul a fecr. It Into bumbu;;. 1 be recipe In published around eacb bottle. It Is ....... .rfwl erer before o:a.ana i a. Ilk because It doea lust wliat It prcteudif t do. 1 bum wbo now ulJr Iroin rheumiatiMn palu or .welling dwerve to a-ufier II tbey will not nee Cei.taur Liniment. Joi uin iw- certificate of remarkable cures,...

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. — 7 November 1873

THE AUSTERITY OF THE EARLY NEW ENGLANDERS. SSSWasS The two hnndredtli anniversary cl the incornoraticn of Dunstable, an ancient New England town covering territory now occupied by eevtrai towns in Massachusetts and Now Hampshire, was celebrated tbe other dav. Tbe speaker illustrated old time manners as follows : Tbe fundamental principle of tbe equality of all men before God, was rigorously observed. All titles were forbidden Mr. Weld. Even plain ,M., was not allowed either to clergymen or laymen. The "simple prefix of 'Rev.' was considered an in novation of vanity." Tbe au:rity ot our fathers was carried ti.o mi nor matters. Dancing at weddings was forbidden. William Walker, one of tbe colonists, was imprisoned a month for con r ting a maid without the consent of ber parents. Long hair or periwigs, and "superstitious' riband." to tie op and decorate the hair, were strongly prohibited. All ornament was "a vain show, and beantv a Delilah." Christmas was a popi6h day.and not to be obs...

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. — 14 November 1873

Home and Farm. Home and Farm. Pennsylvania Batas. Mr. W. A Cn fl it, editor ot t.v Miflneatfols 7"' , oi.e- ot V - rpi ciert, wiltie-t, iuiM prjcticil wri ters in U.e West, has U-tn taking : stroli East, ud thus; di e mi-e-j of tii barn he i"iw there : "May I jump from ti.e foot-'iitstc the farm ? irom Chicago t Ier,riyi VSliia? In Clie-ter tit.d Luica-tt-i counties i, I thii.K. tli". inoHt fmi-'ito fartiiirg in ti.e Ui.ior. Tie Urnis c imposed of a br::ki'it 'rt ot ki cultivated lrein 'ei.ee to leiice, every rood, as ti.e farm of Fien.jn bud Ijiittai.V a' cultivated Horn tn dt.' to ledge. Cattle Hand wnh thcii lour fet in two f--t .t clover. Kvet Lain is a cow-ja'.i-.ce. Kin j- fi is a jiorciue paradise. Pennsylvania is jreeiuiLfi.tly the State of barn Think of a thre-e-felory none birn, Kith a ewel! front and dorii'tr win down in roof, and a portico where the Sybaritic calves chew ti.e cud ol sweet contentment on summer even ings ! And then behold The little cabin i.i the rear, wh...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 14 November 1873

She gjfffersnmau. ' ' OFFICE: intjv Html. nrnlXMt KnttnJ . 0, "PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TEEMS: 12 00 Per iuu, is idraect L-i:VLl.A."V. OHIO, Frldmy Moralae, i i Hot. 14. 1813 THE PANIC—THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. It is a lavorite resoit of minoritj parties to endeavor io reap j"!iticai advantage lrom public Ii-ater. That the Democratic paity is willing V thrive and fatten at the expanse of the public weal wan amply evidenced dur inr the late war. A na' ior.sl disaster then wiw simply a fulfillment of the prophetic declarations of Democratic statesmen and leaders, and was used by them without taint, to win over the loyal masses to their party stand ard. So. the present shrinkage of values, and concfjaectdi-arrangemerit ol monetary affairs, lias been st-iz'-d upon with avidity ,'and partisan leaders have almost forgot Uie great public disinter in anticijiation of the partisan triumph which they fondly hope may sccrue to them therefrom. New, the Itepuldican party cannot ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 14 November 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 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 14 November 1873

[From the Nashville (Tenn) Banner.] [From the Nashville (Tenn) Banner.] VESIGE'S GRIT. The Tennessee Quaker Who Refused to Fight in the Late War—A Remarkable Instance of Devotion to Religious Principle. Tije loiljwio iutfcre?liog account Cl u y'j'iL-"it.KT wiio co'..d Lot ! xi'.'uc-i 10 litit in the la'.e wsr. tbongii cowcnaJ, i tfotn the i-! of a pronaifHTirxitizcn of this rj'.a'.e a leading mt-Giber J 1'ie liar of si. adjacent county, sad i.n cx Judgt .Advocate anl cliicer of tie Confed erate Sia'.cs Army in Hie late war I. is a Iti .Llul tirrwion of one o' t!;e tuoit In 'crest ii:z asd curioaf eveuls o the Jn'.e ar : T' Hie i!ilor of tiie ilanner. I tifiv j ist rcil in toe 7Anr !o Lie lG'.h saV ftarat-ot ot jov. Food's rerr.ircet:cer. huS-lel "Mow a Oat.ker Kclunj-i to Fiitit." As I atu familiar wtli the lac'.s acd ';ir ciiicstaticfs a. lulled U, and ns th case rria'Jy inl:ri'.ed me at the I ii-tire '.I10U25J It IBlHt tie ol n-iine inH-rot to our renters to go into de-ad moie tha...

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