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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 26 December 1873

7? 111 e TFK --- 0 pcraunu'ii. : : .: .1! .e y. i gtltgiC'4. First Prestrrtcrian C!.urc"l - it' I i -b U Mum;. !' crv:.-es s: I , o'cl.-. i'-"1 I'"'.'".- OH--;,. MCUuj. i n-a -it... and tl A. I: . . fa-.ri 7 i..u. .:; t. i First Ortc.ro-'-. -.... jli .' . ciO"S. l t. v4iin. l-e . . ..t r li. . j I.' r, Oi-.l. ol Mm 11 Vi fc 'lass prwl.. Methodist Episcopal Church-i'- v. Vs - a. W.y . 1.1. p. I... I" . r-.;...l.- i r i.ieeti..;; 'i l ift way c ...... u ;,n f-.i... t.a oi llli. English LuU.cran Church Aiiiier, tisor. f-ri v ic.-s .i -il'-V.Oef ti;e '.. HI. atnl p. III. l'iriiic:ttT Itiuridt;i-LIUK. Crawford .uewt, wtst oi Ma. a. United Erctilrfen in Christ I'.e v. A. siose, r-.i.ir. tvrrv.ce-. at In a. Ill M"i 7 . e.ix a, in. itii.. ui. ei i i t: 'iiiuiiiy evenings, iruti Oats Imio ai.u estoiitels Church of Cod W.i'.fmnll. l'iu.- Ui. BerVIOefe IlI a. III. Iiuil ?wciii', . ill. 1'iayer mveling '1 uuisuiiy cveli.ii. rivulbUed, ( "1 .Maii.. St. Michel's Catholic Church-Kc. J.li. i'ltkKir...

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 December 1873

She Ijjffetsnman. OFFICE: )-xla'Mrl.iAriI0 Katio PouOBte PUBLISHED EVERT TRIO AT. TI1X8: 12 OB fer Imi, ti Unite. FINDLAY, OHIO Frliay Mormf.c. Deo. 26, 1873 CHRISTMAS. The thought and feelings rise uppermost in the rpind on tbe occasion of each recurring birth day of the ''Prince of Peaoo," arc much the same, so that he who attempts to write or speak on tbe subject God himself treading o't-troduen ground, and apumiog out a thrcfc.1 wL!ch ha already been stretched tlmo-st to its utmost tension. TLero is nothing new to be written on the subject We can only gather cp the gems of thought that btve flooded the mind oo similar occasion in tbe past, and by the ail of their power and inflaence prepare oar Jbearts tor tie duties and eDjojmtLta oi tbe pres ent. We should not lose sight of the fact that the present Christmas is the most important oni that we bae been privileged to see. Those that are past, and which now stand ai milestones on tbe jonrney of lire, are lost to as forever. We lo...

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 December 1873

fir J5 ti fRl--' Tlitre Ift t p:.;u wiiifh Uie ctnur I.iiilmi-til w:il not re II no . i-.liti;: ii uiHt'Ut mini !:." :" lati.trt.cw. w!i ch 11 welt jjoteuie. 1 li.t.ug laPiriv, Lilt it t! at. J; orotiuct-l more ear of r:.-1-1 tj-tr in i.s'n, u ui:.;j 3, !..cj-w sy,M'i'h.-,,:'l!!,".''-iit1 lit-Jix'i..''-."! r,a-lt-rbea, er-:lie. Ate. -pun IBU flame, and of strains, spiu. g-I.N enpon ai.l:i.' lu t.t.eytur tlian bsve . o Ate ii-inili:d reiutru siuee the world l a. it W a couuUj-lrrilKi.l, ui sl'-tai-g p-l reliever Cripple throw away their crutches, the Imm wa.k, poisonous bile are rendered harmless. aj.d tlie wounded are t i ...t it . i . . . - hnrtilitur. The recipe le publliaied arouud each bottle. Jl is aelllng aano article evt r belore -ull.r.J 1 i .. I. ... .. . 1... . 1... t It r..tr.,ttl It' Mill Ut9CiMI U W I W iv iv"-- do. . ue who now sutler irom riteuin.UMn, pain or nwciitm deserve to o;er n they win no w Centaur I.inlmeitt. ilore 1 tiau Uu iwrl itiriulM of nmiiukattie culeM...

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 December 1873

Home and Farm. Home and Farm. [From the Republic.] The Farmer Pays For All. fvaCJ tie orgmiza'.iou o tho Fecret orlroi tbe I'atrocs of Husbandry, and it introduction among our agri cultural caramunities, there Lave not bem wanting demagogues, wbo, for tbe vunwotngpatirtinsto0' among the husbandmen, iavo un duly exalted their calling on the one hand, and have spoken in detraction ol all other classes ot society. The case of tbe fanner against government and society U, moreover, embodied in the notmlar catchword.wbich has been thoughtlessly repeated by s thousand tongues, "Tbe farmer j.ya for all It is gravely aserted that, not only all the expenditures of the Oovern ment,but the eatire expenses or. soci ety are derived solely from the farmer, and that all other classes, like so many panwite, fatten opon his toil. Whit ever merits this system of demagogue ry may have, it is not that of novelty, because the fable of the revolting members agaimt the abdomen flas come down t'7 us from th...

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. — 2 January 1874

Home and Farm. For the Jeffersonian. Patrons of Husbandry. Eds Jeff. : A lew woidsmore as V the olact and aims of the T. of H. Your readers g'-wtialv are aware ot tbe exieteni of the Order in the We I, sod thr.t there are a lew oi them even in the (-arts. Bat I apprehend that it i not jr rie-rally known how rapidly the rn-ntn-r i iniTesfinp, even in ihif county ; si-d I find that the object of ),ci T i not gem-rally under stood l-y many even its own mem b. who are. other wi-e well informed Indifd, I encountered a farmer the other day,w ho stid lie took the CourUr and I rexutne read it who wa: not even aware of the existence of each an organization, in nch let know ing anything about its object. Tliif serv s an 8n illustration of the pro iound ignorance of rme people as re gards tie most common and import ant events trant-piring almost daily aroand them, notwithstanding the means of informali n being scattered broad cat. Tliera are many who are of the Opinion that the Grange is a vol...

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. — 2 January 1874

SandHikj)'Urfr!,."irilDo(tr Eaitof PlUOpl'X PUBLISHED EVEBY FRIDAY TEiMS: 2 00 Fer luii, ii Mtum FINDIAY, OHIO, 4aa. 2, 1&7 Friday Morning, i THE STRIKE. engin eers, inaugurated daring the pafct week, on several of the leading Rail roads in the country, seems no nearer it eettleraent st tbis writing than when it was first inaugurated. The strike comaaenced Bt noon, laet Fri day, and has extended rapidly, al most stopping trsRi!; on the Pennsyl vauia rd&d and leased lines, the Pan Handle road, the P. Ft. W. and C. road, and several other imjortot lines. The cause of the strike was the reduction of wages 10 per cent., of which notice was given some time since. The striking engineers ran their trains to places of safety a!on;r the line of the roads and abandoned them, in some cases leaving trains will several hundred passengers in little hamlets, with little or no hotel accommodations. The Railroad com panies, thereupon, went to work to improvise means to accommodate the . trav...

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. — 2 January 1874

JbilagicHcrsDmanJ FRIDAY XOKKG, JAN. 2, 1874 Centaur Liniment. Tii-rc Is no aln which the eUtur Liuirnent will not re 11 i.o k::i.i it ill not 11 well uot cure. TlhlMtreoi im,Ku-.-.i,i.t n in tm-. It m r? i'r""u-'1 co" of rla- p.lV.M"i:u.awelilus.c-ted-br1i-.c!ds b '.tux, MLit-riieumii. e-r-actie, &c. upon the t--utouanlrilno..yerthau have all noiau imu,tbu 01 strains, rpntiu, tjM .rttt-mii rnniiii.iD tbewor.d t ran. ''wu" "- pali. reliever Cri.les llirow y ttielrl cruicbw, tiieiam walk, ixiWjduu.1 iiiteH are! rendered Lai in In,.:, and tbe wound-d are 1 . I . I . . . . . . . . f. I . .. I. . 1 .1 1 u Tli redpe J palluijd around enrli tAtl. lit selling as no article ever before sold. and 1 hui .iraiM u m iuh w.i f .l -i n.,uiflln,in rl.-u:i)MllHm. palnorwelllui?defervetmflerlf tbey will certificates of remarkable cure. Including no urns u:uiur uuiuicui. " '-' " troxen nmnTbronio-riieuinaiiMn, gout, run-1 nlngtnmoiw.AbaveOeentece.veo. newi.i - i'I n ii; lt n.dti. I n I v nef-tjnc...

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. — 2 January 1874

Miscellaneous. ANNIE AND WILLIE'S PRAYER. The following poein, written by Mrs. Sopbla P.Huow, In oue cf the mast exqnixltely toocb ing and beaotiral that we bave ever read. It euiDot lall to reach the heart of all wo pa. roue it, beide belDg peculiarly appropriate to the bolldayii: Twa the eve before Cbrtetmaii ; "'jooJ n lght had lieen u:x, Ani Annie Willi harl crept Into l-a. There rre tear ill their ptllowK, and Urr In their een, , , aiwl nui kiunm vaaiMTT With Ih. Kor to-niKkt tti-ir Kleru father a coiruuand had leeo elveti. Thai li.ev niiouid retire nreclaely at (even Instead ot eixhl; for they troubled lilui more With joe.tloii unheard of than ever before: Hi tula Ihnni mm llmiialil thia deioalona ain JU aatu tem M "Jaaiua L,aua" ever hi And be hoped, after tbla, be abould never luore iiaar How be w-TMb1ed Sown eblmoeya wltb rre.ntk Kir t. Vf-i. r And thl whs ue rniHjn that two little heads HoreaUeaslr wlwi tnetraort, aowny nwn, t iu d, aud the clock in Hie ueple tolled ten ; ...

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. — 9 January 1874

Home and Farm. [From the Missouri Patriot.] [From the Missouri Patriot.] Co-Operative Grange Stores. T. K. Allen, Master of the Mis rouii Slat'? Griin:,write t- Colin Mi Rural World ommTvixn-r the proprie ty of -:5?i!hin;r co otierative grange stores ai MIows: 'I a-n r".ivia nun;ro:is letter" no'ic: !: -flvi:e on subject o c j"t:i-iv- grungr. stores. I nanno' ansvpr them all privately, so once for all, I give out these few hint! as my ii'livi'lu:t! 'iiii;n, snl no more, and lirt, il in my Ojd!.:m that we r-hoiiM dotnanyoJier things heforo we go into roeTcbaiidizirg. VTc can o much Letter at prew-nt by dealing with the m rcl.aiitrt we Live than to run the rink of Ht!irlin! eloreg ourselves. We onght to rcmf mbe.r that we are farm ers. and that few of us have sufTicieLt Iv metered tl.nt honorable profession ; and thht until we have we had better Btick to it. Agriculture is not only i iM ri, iiul a tcieuce of alrnot-l incou Coival.Ie vael j.rojjrti'iiiH.in whijh the ' -1 - . I: . o o m...

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. — 9 January 1874

THE [...] THE [...] [...] THE [...] [...] [...] THE [...] [...] [...] [...] I '.v't ' ' t-: i THE [...] [...] [...] [...] [...] THE [...] [...] [...] [...] [...] [...] r. t' .-'w- - Aoaa-- . i: "- ; .u . ..r- ' f THE [...] [...] [...] [...] [...] [...] THE NEWS. 1 1 ..i0 . " ';A ; r i. be :!- r- - V v.v ii.r- t 1 h i-: ti:i i ) t-xtravaaiit .-i::i:Uh, t-.fi LEGISLATURE cr -!. a:-, i i i C: v-C r.o il-t:t! .: u.-vc::r i f 1 i) .-.v- n'y !o y t.. I f-r Ti .--.vl :t til ! '.-I .rii.r i : 2 i" r:; I: j i:.:;j-:iv! '"J 'Cl ' :.' r.. I ! i-; - i i.l'i rv t-j I ; ? t i.'ir I . til ..I..C. 'A''-'-1 "'- t:c-s!i' it i ev ii, r.etv ! e to j '-J-pirtM-.:s Lu'ers. i ";io:;.- Ol .1" i!i l. i:u i-u Gen ?v. j c'-v j ".x :;:'':t"t- Y '' j l J r' s:i:r I -iec L-".?i "iii.iiJ cii'i'-rericu 0 tC. jv& t'nr" TT v(;u2 z ! sn I. Jcci'iiJ hiiiiu. O j 1 i ruer'', GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. ..... . .-. vr:-!i dr-ti- s-.--:-., 1 -r I'se ' , i Vv - f i r..' c. invrr'ip'.eii, m haw: bwn pcr- -VvCUioi.S of t: . ' --...

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. — 9 January 1874

jniiag gcflcrsaman. JAN 8, 1S74 PR v K!r.V.XlG. XLiuji Centaur Liniment. Tli.rc In no 1'iun wl.lcti the 4-Ut I L'.Uill.rtit will not re- 11 no Kvelliiis It will i oi "nt.duT,ud ijjiain:iiKi liich It !l not cat-,. Thin Ustroug ..i-;;iu;?, nut it tit tru-. It l.-i , i h'.wi i nioro cm,- of rli-a-ma-.lMti, m umlKia, l'x:kj-sw a1 ,y, ,.. ii:i,,.w..!im-.,e..f-d-l.ie--lf,-ca.d uuru-,-il-rhf:uiti, ;r-R-lie, Ac, upon tiie uujsti lf-nu-, and of KtrmliH, 1.vid, galls, -t-,Ujoi aiilinals In ! yrnr limn lisve ell lli .i tended rwn.-dit since the w Mid 14 Kin. It It. a cuuuler-irrltaiil, an ei.tie rig ,.ic r!i v?r Cripples l.'irow assy their crutch, the lame w:ic, po!"nou llu-i are rendered lianiilrt. and tiie wounded an; healed without a Mnr. It Ik no buinljug. 1 lie Mice In nul.lllied around ea:u ootlle. It i selling asno anlcle tvi r before sold, and t nellk necau H does iuvt what t pretend t ti.i. i lion w ho now mllt-r Iroin rh uuiaucrn tain wmeMlin ilwmt to iull;r If they win tio osc Ontau...

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. — 9 January 1874

INCIDENT OF EARLY TIMES. Hamilton Kerr, the Borderer—How Hamilton Kerr, the Borderer—How He Overcame Three Indians. BY GEO. E. BRAKELEE. On tie Us! araore k Ohio Rdlrosd no !'jg aL'-", I fed iato conversation with an o'.d and intelligent gentle tuna from Wasl.i;i-lon county, ano found Liu rci-,u!kably intereating pAsbicg little B'.iti'us between New ark aal Ziw- i.le, called 4 Black Hand" piaii-y roarked by nature up ,n the late ct a Luge rock that bor ccia the uai-'i of tie Licking river at thai point, our attention was natur ally attracted by tiie singular mark, and altera little chat relative to the li i ji orirrir. we liiv'.iii.-ai i' '-" -- - - took up more comprehensive malt erg, . t tMiitun iiour en the recal oi IraJIt'onal i'icHents of early time". Tne old ertfeman gave me a thrill ing aacomt of. one of. ".n . .i;r' a-innturcs, as toM by ti. lather, who was a member of the -Ono BelUcmcEt Company, awl at itrm-ur dOT the command or Ooi. Harraar. The story has never be lore lrn...

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. — 16 January 1874

Home and Farm. Griddle Cakes. A? the !r 'ff'y inorriiags an bnt g'iUie cakes I. as coiai, aad, throul.out tbe land, hundreds o' h o?i k(.'",pr3 sre ' hta.ig,' a nie&, th', ' iie t'.ie wat'-rs of a a -i t -i'a-ii;i :in-l rot and tvr-.k 1ilc Uir; '"'" '" - b'ewtry, ari l that i to be 1 -a'!:;g nielia"i i r r np tht-ir i-i.;i.ai-t t:tls friiiii n' t.titd ihe pumtner's sun drive the front from tlx: sir arid t-o; k grease arid griddle rr.lim frum tht-ir bill of fare ! Pej wlio live in cities and village, and have oiily wanly supply of milk, Oj none at ell, have on:e excuse for fur ring buck, hiat edits uiili warm wa t-r and raiHin1' Uim with eint; but the batter kLouM n:V r stand more than twelve hours, :oid never in a tin dish. There never was a greater fal lacy under the nan than Hatting buck wheat cakes a coon a Irosl comes and continuing them all winter in the Fame tin batter dii.without once emptying and cleaning, that trerc may be some of the firHt fennr n'ed, sicnohy bitch lef...

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. — 16 January 1874

She effersoman. OFFICE: Soadtii-lyStt-erl.rtril Door Knttef PnOSU PUBLISHED EVERT f RID AT. lllll: 12 03 Per Innta, li ifriice. FINDLAY, OHIO, Friday Mornf-K, t t Jan. 1874 CUSHING'S NAME WITHDRAWN. Caleb C-shinK Las written a letter to the President aking him to with draw Lid name, as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, which the President has done. Mr. Cashing, in hia letter aftirms hii loyalty in the past, and Bays that he regards the recent amend rnents with as much reaped as any oth er oi the Constitution. It is not known as yet who the next man will be. The following is Mr. Cushing's letter to the President : Sib ; Animated by a sense of pro found gratitude for tbe honor yon have done in nominating me to tbe high office of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Stater-, and perceiving that the continuance ct my name before tbe Senate may lie the cause or occasion of uncon ven ience to yourself or year political friends there, I respectfully request yon to withdraw my...

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. — 16 January 1874

:Mlty 3tlkxsmn. mil go&ytfg' JAX 1G I874- Centaur Liniment. - Tb-re in no ;ain vrM'h the iiUu: I..:iai-iit mil! not r- Gm2p 11 llO h--illiiC it Wli' I.O! frfa, uVlue,iud n.:.nieu-wbicli CsX'P H til U"l cure. This Uhtnr,K t - ff-T, 'iii.KU'-"!. hut ) 1. true. IMihi i-r rt::r; d more cures of rheu- iJ'A ra i.i;it:-io, ueursili;), lockjaw pI vy . 4 1 ti w: limigH.cafc-d-br-ait ,CalOli burus wiit-riituui, ear-aclie, Uou the nuiau trttme, aud of Ktraii, spavin, irallfc, J'hI'-jm atiiruais lu one year than have all f Atm ieU-rltJ reu.eu.e kince th w -!d het aau. it in a couuU-r-lrritaiit, an ail h: tig l-alt. reliever CriKule throw :iy their Tu'jchen, the lame walk, poisonous bit are rendered haruih-u.Ki.il the wounded are liealed without a tut. It 1 no humbug. The recline Is bubludied around each bottle. It In Felling an no article ever before sold, snd 1 M-l! lecaae It doe ut what It pretend t do. J hone who now sufler lrom rheumatism pain or swelling deserve to ufter if they will u...

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. — 16 January 1874

EDUCATED FEET. What Can be Done with the Toes— About Feet in General—Shoes. It is astonishing to whst leer 6ity arose for 'od f'0? . cd. U-t powers. flC""-tbe Ld n- .. tb" foot, M well tM i" ,.r l.ve-snl there no ted.np " . - j . n tx made what an Alexander, to do. In tlie time Indian were taught to draw weir thrlr li-et. as well as with tbeir hands, and . b" .;,o rnr the Kock V eddab w UUWC " . . And nearly ail savage tribes r. mm their toes not only to good, hot bad account ; like the Aborigines of Australia, who, while they ate nnninfflv dhrertintz iour attention with their hands, are busily engaged in committing Tobberies with their toes,with hlcll they pick up articles, as an elephant would with hfs trunk. Sd also the Hindoo makes Lis toes work at the loom, and wea-es with them with almost aa much dexterity M with the Ecfrers. The Chinese carpenter will hold the piece of wood l. in t.l&nins bv bis foot, like a p r roL and will work a grindstone with bit feet. The Manuka tri...

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. — 23 January 1874

Home and Farm. Home and Farm. Counteracting Miasmatic Influences. i K-ntitn hi men is tfce VIJM, sn Australian -is paid to possess the power of .3- co.npo-.ing and rendering miasm i,nocucu, wardicj: off lie !::'!'!' y to disease incident to ,., i maI.y countries. I he ;u !irer pof-ee th'S lit c.-tui.vi; tr.1m in an crr.ir.eot decree, as was Ion since rtr.ted in the IFrfcr ; r.' Thc-late Mr. Ellsworth, arg go tie nad of the Patent Oliice, nrly called atumion to tLe value of iriflower leave. hen rrnok'd after the nismr.fr of tobacco, in' pulmonary diseases. Lately, iu value as an ar renter of inLu-ma ha been recognized. The fact i- all trees ti tbis pow- kx to a greater or lesser extent, and are therefore valuable in ibis direc tion as wc'l as for winlbreals, in viiish diredion aloue they will ten fold repay their com in any prairie i-our-try. In relation to this now laraoua tree, i:ncaljlm gllU, it is aid to have the Miigular jiroiitrty of absorbing ten times itri wMght of water lror...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 23 January 1874

tt.riritDoor eattef FoitOP- HED EVERT FBIDAT. ! CO Per lna, Ii limit. Jan. S3. 1874 FT. R. WAITE FOR CHIEF JUSTICE. esiilect last Monday sent j&te Ite name of Hon. Mor Wtute, for Cbief Justice 01 m Court. It wan a eur- lmot everybody ; but it rreeable one, and we liopc resident may be aa lortu II bis lutore appointments i Is too well known in this the State to require any mmendation a oar bands, 1y desire to express onr ex ttificatibn in the premises, i we believe ihat we express oents of a very Urge ma be people of all parti a In .iy. We clip the following jcb of the past life of Mr ra the Cincinr.au Gazette of cat; lite was born at Lyme, Ct., is father was Chief Justice te of Connecticut until he be age of 70, at which age UHtom in that State to retire bench. Mr. Waite gradaa ale in 1837, and emigrated je City. Subsequently the at was moved to Toledo, t the year 1850 Mr. Waite to that place. The large .al business of Toledo, and rous transactions nd rapid I values in real esta...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 23 January 1874

Emilias gclkrssuinn. -.IDA! aORNIKG.JAN. 23, IS74 Centaur Liniment. Thre 1 no pain arum u: rnbur l.minii'iii I, llo mtHm? it will i ,.lllMlU,xlld UO ;sitll-JI1W It'll if: 11 well nolcurc This UKtroliK i.-muu:''. Lut tt L true. It Im. t.roduord more cum of rheu VVCY- inaiiMu, nfcuralfcU, lockjaw rjy. snrn.welllDra,eakf-lreaid.,aIiIi barns, sall-rhf-amii, er-aelie, Ac, Oon tiit ninmi Iramc. and of straltM, Svln. I'aJ' 1-.opod animals lo one year than have iwh pretended rttneO.eminc tbtWjrld 1x4 I an. It la counter-Irritant, an all he tig .ald rellwr Cripples throw away Uiel rrulrbea, Ue lame walk, poisonous bites are iei.df.red barm lea, and the wounded are M-aied without a mr. Jt In no boinbug. Th twloe la nubllatied aronnd each boUle. It la riling aanoarticle ever before MI.l.aud i !! heean It doea Itwt what It pretends l .. Those who now Milter from rheumatism, twin or swelling dwerve toMiffer If they will l.o um Centaur Llulinent. More than HMi ffrllfloaUa of remarkable curi, Incl...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 23 January 1874

[...] OF VAGABOND "ADVENTURES." l TURES." Tribute to Ralph Keeler. BY T. B. ALDRICH. ii flDtl W JajBtery which eurronnda the r of Kaiph Keeler, snggeet r kind of tragic hypothesis, jidr tbe tragedy, if there were told, has touched the eympa .many -who were not, perhaps, I with the man or bis writings. f,not be oat of place here for Ueak briefly o! both. At all f would like, for tbe aake of J radahip, to aay a lew words fiph Keeler in these columns, be gave the last labors oi t in the summer of 18(38, if I It, tfiat Mr. Keeler came to a letter of introduction from Hn California. He was at that y alight and boiab of figure, h flourish in manner anc con i with, which a certain kind jiaa always fails to blind cne iibyaess. He wae, in lad, mrioualy aby and aggressive. hnuoeout assumption that I ly interested in all bis affair treat a trait of cLaracter to I lacked the heart to dispel on.jiDtil it was too late ; (or by becoming very deeply d. remaining in Boston three or aeks llr. Keeler ...

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