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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 15 March 1872

J5. ?. Z.E WOLFE C70., Proprietors. Let us have Faith that Bight makes Might, and in that Faith let us to the end dare to do our Duty as we understand it Abraham Lihcolh. TJEIiJUSTico Dollars Fer Annum FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1872. WHOLE NUMBER 672 - : Q?;.; e. . p frLrE,i w j. as wtLrci S Edit! iua Stmt: Urtl Door Etatof Pott Ogle. run -py, one year. tmh:rii fnontnu.. ITliree moot FINDLAY. Its Past Present—Pen and Its Past Present—Pen and Ink Sketches of the City and its Business Interests. Although it is not yet half a centu ry since Findlay was founded, it is even now almost impossible to obtain accurate data of the past. So far as has been possible, from individuals and records we have aimed to glean inform ttkjtt ; we know it is Incom plete, Im Huuh as it is we herewith present it to the readers of the Jar- FiRS3.vi.h" believing it will not be wholly without interest. There is a commendable desire on the part of our citizens to see in print an 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. — 15 March 1872

floor ka & cupel toOm. they make quite 4 Speciality of Millinery Goods, this department being under the management of Miss. Ardioger a lady whose taste is unquestioned. During the busy season they em ploy an average fcrce of seven salesmen and yearly transact large business. Last year, in addition to their other trade, they handled 21,000 lbs of wool.' Both gentlemen axe live men. They believe that whatever is worth doing it worth doing well, and under their joint management the business thrives . as it deserves to. BARSD TCELETS At the "Headquarters" come next Their business is a somewhat diversi fied one : dry goods and general mer chandise, dealers in wool, stock, fcc, and Mr. Barnd is also manufacturing the famous White Lime, making sever, al thousands of bushels per year of what is doubtless the beet lime in the market. He is one of our oldest citizens, who has Btnck to Findlay through good and through evil report, has been a pioneer, and has met with merited success. He 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 March 1872

FRIDAY EOENIKG. MAE. 8, 1S72. KTotic8 to Advertisers. Hereafter Pkefeeeed Brsisrss Locals will be distributed among the reading iu:itler on our third page at Fiftees C'kxts jn-r line. Ktiscui Bl-otsess local will Ik- charged vejtts per line. Wlu advertisers who. favor u. with their patronage please bear la mind thai Insertion, their tavor roust be banded In r w euoesuy noon precedlns pnbllcaiii wiiii their l! to insure ndJinirr'- UVU X ill WJiST.. 23 MILES THE SHORTEST J EXPRESS TRAINS leave INDIANA? OL18 DAILY, except Sunday, FOB, ST. AAJCL-i AND THE WEST. TITE 02STX.3T LUTE Running PULLMAN'S celebrated Drawing iKtu creeping- t arc irom NEW YORK, Pittsburg, Culumbus, Louisrilh; Cinrin nati una Indinaopfilif, l ST. LOUIS, wwnauuT changed? Passengers ahoald remember that this i tli CREAT WEST BtiUND ROUTE for KANSAS CITY. LEAVEN WORTH, LAWRENCE, TO- ' PEKA, JUNCTION CITY, FORT SCOTT, "d 6T. JOSEPH. ESffGEifiTS AHD FAMIES, Who are seeking homos In the rich valleys aud on uie imne prai...

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 March 1872

SMI tiltmmm. i.- gtliniaa. t liUtTPRKSB YTERIAX CHURCH.&ax.A. B. Fields, Pastor, bervtces every fcabbaib. at lUo'rfk.A.iand o'clock. P. M. Sab bath School 12 o'clock. A. M. Prayer Meet ins 7 o'clock P. M., Thursday evening. Cor ner of Main and Hardin slreeta. First voxukeua Tiny a r. ch ns.r n.ner. W.rxPetrsou,ristor.berTlcea every ttabliath . t I illy n'liu.lf a U . .. '1 V, u XI liaobaUi (school i o'clock, t. M. Prayer Meet Ins ' o clock Thursday evening. Uroad way. soutnoi ataua-ajroat street. MKT ODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. BeT Oliver Kennedy. I1 tor, bet irkw every Sab bath at Uhi o'clock. A. M and 7 o'clock. P. M. tiabuaUi School 2 o'clock, P.M. Prayer Meeting 7 o clock Thursday evening. .' dojaky street, west ot Main street. EXGL1SH !ATH E&Alf CHURCH, BeT. . P. 8. Hooper tSuMti. bervkjes every bblaUl luLy A.in.v A M And 7 o'clock. P. M. Sabbath Hcboo'l at o'clock, A. M. Prayer deettog 7 o'clock Tbnrsday evening, craw- ford street west of stain street. . ' .Kmmntnt-rTlRKjr...

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 March 1872

- QjSjWOIJ? 4' CO.. i Proprietors. Lei have Faith that Right make Might, and in that Faith let us to th VOL. XVIII-NO XLV. e end dare to do ottr Duty as we understand ff. Abraham Likcolk. TE1CJI8 Two Dollar Per Annum FrNDLAY, HANCOCK C0UN1T, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH mt 1 cfittmmi EdUBrs. VM4Wf.jrvf.- Wrat Door Eattot Pott Qfim. f on tutt. woe vrsr T.3ln:IiU injuria... . ll'lirw HXHItllS . i US . ilavianslBrwa4sHaoooorwtBMiBh- " fill u u KIUIW VI Hmuui iiMsmuw h i. gi savin" empioyea expeneuoea ana rfulwBrluneB, we are prepared to execute rl?rs ioreverjrvartrtyof Pjulih and Fancy i; Pbiktiko with neatnesa and dispatch. Tae adrittloa Hum Power to our establish- ' laeul aoras as pm aovaaiages over iuoki cmntry omoeain tua way oi low price and wofi tjau witn ana oeeon vlncel. "SlinioM. HKSTPRESBrTERIAN CHUBCH.Rer. A. H. FleJds, tHtaUtr. tow vices every toabtoatii at lo'ciock. A. M.,and7 o'clock, P. M. bab uatli School J2 o'clock, A. M. Prayer UeeU iuf 7 o'clock P. M, Thursday eveauu;...

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 March 1872

c Mfersflnkn. St y Street, Firtt Door Watt of tott OJlet i LISHXD EVERT FRIDAY. Ulll: 11 00 Per lines, 1b lirace. F"I IVD LAY , OHIO. Frieay, MiriU(,Hu- 22. t 1872- FINDLAY TOWNSHIP REPUBLICAN CAUCUS. The Itepublictns of Findlay are liereby requested to meet in caucus at the Court House, in Findlay, on w xcrday March SO, 18:2, rf 3 o'clock P. M. to place in nomination a ticket to be voted for at the ensuin . Spring BY ORDER OF COMMITTEE. FINDLAY CORPORATION CAUCUS. The Republicans of the Incorpora ted Village of Findlay are hereby re quested to meet in caucus at the Court Honse, in Findlay, on Iriday Keening March 29, at 7 o'clock P. St. to place in nomination a ticket to be voted lor at the ensuing Spring elec- BY ORDER OF COMMITTEE. STATE CONVENTION. At a meeting of the Central Com mittee held March 1st 1872, it was resolved that all Republicans from Ilancock county, who attend the State convention at Columbus March 27th, be delegates, and thst they be authorized to ca9t the vote ...

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 March 1872

FRIDAY MOENMG, MAR. 22,1872. Notice to Advertisers. Hereafter Preferred Business Locals will be distributed among tbe reading matter on our third page at Fifteen Cists per line. Regclak Bpbi-tkss locals will bv charged Tex Cejtts per line. ' ViU advertisers who favor as wiiii their patronage please bear ta mind thai to intmre insertion, their favors most be handed in by Wednesday noon preceding pnblleatton. YAOTALIA f ROUTE WEST. 23 lyLES THE SHORTEST O EXPRESS TRAINS leave O OLIS DAILY.exn LOUIS AND THE Wi INDTAXAP- t Saudav. FOR ST. ' Running PULLMAN'S celebrated Drawing- . . noon Bleeping tars irom - NEW TOEK, F.'ttslurg, Culumbus, Louisville Ciuriu :.'att and Indianfpolit, to ' - 'ST. LOUIS, ; eSWTTHOlTT CHANGE. ' Pawenger should remember that this is tb , CHEAT WEST BOUND ROUTE 'i i tor KANSA8 CITY, LEAVEN- i WORTH, LAWRENCE, TO- , PEK. A, JUNCTION CITY, --' FORT SCOTT, smd . : ST. JOSEPH. EMIGRANTS AND FAMILIES, i Who are seeking homes In the rleh valleys - and on the fertile ...

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 March 1872

Home and Farm. [From the American Stock Journal.] [From the American Stock Journal.] Buying and Stocking a Farm With Cattle. A Te profit to bej derived jrom. the . - r- . , occupation of land depends so much on the command of the requisite cap ital, that the most important consider ation lot a young beginner is, to be well advised on his essential point,and to be assured that he jibseases aoffi- motA meant to turn every acre to the beet account, always bearing in mind, i that a comparatively small farm, with ; e r . .- :n v. . M. Unnfi. . BIJUKHUiCftpiUl, IVIUUVUVIO IA.U6H- cial than another of larger extent without the power of employing- it to advantage. AssomingTt therefore as fc 'ertsthat the ytrang farmer is proJ Tided with this indispensable requisite, we shall proceed togive a few general hinta on the buying Jftd stocking his ' -" ! farm ; and introduce, under , the re- v . . pectiv - oouns - of rearing land breeding the different species, such remarks on their various merits...

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 March 1872

- i - v.. " V i.fi -E. ?. J5.E WOLFE J CO., Proprietors, Let us have Faith that night makes Might, and in that Faith let us to the end dare to do our Duty as we understand it.-A bkaham Lincoln. TERMS Two Dollars Per Annum VOL. XVIII-M) XLV1. FINDLAY. HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 29. IS72. WHOLE NUMBER 674 Ufa Mditxmnmx. . u. ic Wolfe, u J. l '--,'. f t I Uttllsr.. S,1uMkytPrrt: First Ihjur East of Pfl Opce On wpy. TfnT (.Three UKiuliis.. ..2 00 - 1 00 JOB PBIN XI?f Gr. HaviBgmadelarfeaddiUonstooorests.blish luvut in tit sliape of material of the latest style, ana navrag empioyea experienced and ereful workmen, we are prepared to execute irders torevery variety of PUAlJi and Fakci laa Pkikteis with neatness and dispatch. T tie add i tlon of Steam Power to onr establish ment affords ns great advantages over most ii)nuTocwii un way 01 low prices and ac worK can wiin as ana neeon vineea. Religious. 1 1 EST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.Rnv.n B, Fields, Pastor, Services every SaWjat...

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 March 1872

fruits of the seeds planted in faith and ! nurtured by devotion and valor. Listen not to the seductive voices which proclaim that the work of the Republican party of the United States has been achieved. The reforms of the put are not only to be assured, but other reforms of magnitude are pressing for accomplishment. At any rate, it has a great, if not its greatest, work yet to do. That work is to humanize, convict and convert the Democratic party of the United States. Applause. Men cannot be wrong all the time tor forty years and be convicted of their folly in an hour. Until that political organiza tion has been convicted of iU wicked ness, repents of its sins, and brings forth tae fruits of repentance, the government of the United Mates can. not be safe in its control. Its history and the elements of which it is com posed alike forbid that it should be again intrusted with power. The Democratic party has at least one million voters in its ranks ; men who fought against their countr...

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 March 1872

FRIDAY KOSNIN&.MAS. 29,1872. Notice to Advertisers. Hereafter Puktskked Bdeisess will bedistributed among the reading on our third page at Fiftiex Cests per Rcotn.a Bnamsa locals will be charted - ra ton per line. w auveruaerswho favor us with patronage pieaae bear la mind that to insertion. thair favors most be handed In weunenay 110011 preceding pnbUcatlon. TANDALIA ROUTE WEST. 23 MILES THE SHORTEST 3 EXPRESS TRAIKB leave INDIANA P OI.IH li.Trv - unl.n t-llR MT. LOIUs AND THE WEST. THE 0-- rTT Running PULLMAN'S eelebrated Drawing Boom Bleeping Can Irom NEW YOEK, Pittsburg, Colttmius, Louisville, Cincin nati and Indianapolis, to ST. LOTUS, 'WITHOUT CHANGEJ PaaMngera ahoold remember that thia la th CR EAT WEST BOUND ROUTE ior KANSAS CITT, LEAVEN WORTH, LAWRENCE, TO PEKA, JUNCTION CITY, FORT SCOTT, nd ST. JOSEPH. EKIGMTS M FAMILIES, Whoareeeeklng homea In the rich valleys aJIRBAB, Jl EBUSKA SJMI fJOXAKADO. TAKE NOTICE thia la the CHEAPEST and THE KOST DIRECT ROUTE. TU la line hai...

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 March 1872

Home and Farm. Home and Farm. [From the Rochester Democrat. LIVE AND LET LIVE. A Farm Balled. BY JOHN H. YATES. Well! Farmer Smith baa lost his wheat, liis aiicus ana nunnotli barn; HI little boy, with one small match, burnt op uie Whole concern ; I'll tell you, wife, he'll feel It sore ; a man on auHMT bent Caa't stand up under each a load, when not insured acent. I dont Know as I pity him ; I call It a great ID To hoard the harvests of three year In spa- dona barn ana tun ; , I cant feel pity for a man who double-locks nisaoor, And stops his ears to all the cries that come op from ut poor. I like to see economy I like to see men save. And lay op something for their kin when ther arelnthesrrave: But yea and 1 know very well, from what we hare seen. There Is a Una which, when lis crossed, a man gets io oe mean. When wheat was sixteen shilling a price that paid on well Smith said, 'I'll wait for twenty, I vow. be fore I'll ell' Then, when It reached that figure, he said to me one noo...

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 April 1872

ami ' If if 9 J5. ?. ZJS WOLFE C CO., Proprietors. VOL. XVIIT-NO XLV1I. Let us have Faith that Might makes Might, and in that Faith let us to the end dare to do our Duty as tee understand .-Abbahah Lutcolk. TERMS Two Dollars Fer Annuity FTNDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, iiPRIL 5, 1S72. WHOLE NUMBER 674 :. B( wexrci " t I E4Un AuitMrHi.' M ZJosr Xattcf Put OEUx. t Una pyI ooe yar ITtiree moot -12 00 - 1 0(1 JOB PRINTINGt HvlnmdeUBedUUontooaretbllh- a--ui IB ids anapa wa t""" . lyl,aud tiavln ampJoyed xMriencedand en-ful workmen, we are prepared to execute .rdersioreveryvarietror Plaih akd Famct Job PBitmno wlta neatnesa and dispatch. Tbe addlUon of Steam Power to oar eatabllah. raeotaOords oa great advantages over moat eoatntryoflJoesintoeway ui ivw pram ana at worK uaii wnn ioma "u. Religious. A 1 RUT PRESBYTERIAN CBURCH.Rrr.A. B, fields. Pastor. Services every tsaboath at 10 o'clock, A. at-, and7 o'clock, P. M. Kab 1jm4.Ii School 12 o'clock. A. M. Prayer Meet- in 7 o'c...

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 April 1872

tfimnmm. OFFICE: 3 ladiuA-y Street. Firtt Door Soil of Pott OJfloe PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY. Till!: S2 08 Per luu, ii Idranse. FINDLAT. OHIO, ,rlX. Kmimtt Apr. i 1872 PRESIDENT GRANT. One of the greatest mistakes which the opponents of Gen. Grant have made is the aasamption that his main aopport for the renomination comes from the office-holding class of com inanity. That these are favorable to his renomination, and that they have a certain amount of influence, are propositions that it is useless to deny; bnt their influence is not so great as as to secure for nay ne the nomin ation anleas aided bj lot popular will. On the contrary, the office holders are regarded by the masses as inter ested in the result, and, whether just ly or not, their opinions in regard to candidates are regarded as more or less mercenary. Hence their influ ence is rather against than in favor of the candidate which they msy choose from the purest of motives, The truth of the matter is that the administration o...

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 April 1872

.FRIDAY MOBmSB. APR. 5. 1872. Notice to Advertisers. Hereafter Fiinun Business Locals wlU be distributed among tbe reading matter on oar third page at Fibtbax ekts er line, Kiaoui Bosoms local will lie charged Tea Cum per line. Wlu. ad verUsera who favor ns with their patronage please bar la mind thai to Insure Insertion, their Avon most be banded in by Wednesday noon preceding publication. VANDALIA ROUTE WEST. 23' MILES THE SHORTEST EXPRESS TRAINS leave IXDIANAP- V OL.IM 4IAILY, except Sunday, rUK MT. MUln ANU THE WEST. THE OXTTSY IjTTTE ftunnlng PULLMAN'S eelebrated Drawing' JWMBOWrNllUU1UUn NEW YORK, 1'tttJynrg, Culumhus, Louisville, Cinrin- nati and ludianopoht, to ST. LOUIS, CvJ WITHOUT CHANGE euraien should remember I hat Ibis is Lb CREAT WEST BOUHO ROUTE or KANSAS CITV, LEAVEN WORTH, LAWRENCE, TO PEKA. JUNCTION CITY, FORT SCOTT, and ST. JOSEPH. le m lay . EMIGRANTS AND FAMILIES, Wno are seeking homes in I lie rich valleys ana on uie ivruie praines of mishol'ki, Kasbas, Nebras...

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 April 1872

Home and Farm. [From the Rural World.] Underdraining. Underdraining. HOW TO LAY OFF UNDERDRAINING. After the good resolutions to drain jour lands has been adopted by an oevrwhelming majority of oae deter, mined vote, the first question to be solved is : Where should the main drains and the side drains that are to lead into them be located ? UeraiHy the lay of the land will determine this. If, bowerer, there is any doubt upon this point, a heary fall ot rain win show you the beet routes, not only for the main but the side drains or laterals also. If your operations are to be conducted on an extensive scale a civil engineer should be employed. If not, then the following method may be resorted to: Take an old fashioned Kentucky rifle and fasten to the side parallel with the top of the barrel a small, straight rial filled with water contain ing a single air bubble, which is to serve as s spirit level. Now take two stakes which have been previously notched deep enough to a little more 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. — 12 April 1872

-r s, V" - . 7-.-- mlm. . MifiiiMi dJHSS -MIIIiiHitM ?. DE WOLFE -t CO., VOL. XVIII-NO XLVUI. Proprietors. Xef are Faith that Eight makes FriSDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1872. Might, and in that Faith let us to the end dare to do our Duty as we understand it. Abraham Likcolh. TERMS Two JDollars Ter Annum WHOLE NUMBER 675 The Jeffersonian K. 4. - J. i wLrr., i t i K4Hr. ixlulM: Jraf Zteor Earl of Pott Office I on "py, one year LTnrea mootl JOB PBINTINO. Hlufmadelarireaddltionstoooritabll.h- neDl 111 LD nnape o wnffnii in tuv,fcBl style, sod baring employed xpertraod and e ireful workmen, ve are prepared to execute order tor very variety of Plaik and Fancy Job Puirme wlto neatnea and dispatch- Tbe add iUon ot Steam Power to our establish ment aftorria an great advantages over most e mntry nis in me way or low prices ana (t work uaii wiui ui and t convinced. Religious UBS J PRESB fTERIAN CHURCH,Br.A. H. Fields, Factor. Services every Baubath at lu o'clock, 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. — 12 April 1872

OFFICE: 8 jmtuMky Street, Pint Door Xatt of .ftwl Offtet PXTBUSHED EVERY FRIDAY. TIKIS: 12 00 Per lino, Ii lirace. FINDLAY, OHIO, Friday. MrmlmK. Ayr. 18. t t 1872- Republican State Ticket. Secretary of State ALIS T. WIJCUFF. Judge of Supra Qmrt-JOKS WELCH. Member BT Pub. IFertaRr.CHD.ri. PORTEO. EKATOBIAL KLECTOKS: jbHNCLEE, ALPHOKSO HART. THE STATE TICKET. Through sheer, neglect we hare fail ed to place the nominees of the State Convention at the head ot our col umns, until the present issue. It is unneoeesary to eulogize any of the nominees of that Convention, as each and all of them hare a reputation throughout the State. There has been some objection to Judge Welch because be was one oi the judges that decided that the scl diers in the Home at Dayton had no ris;ht to rote in the precinct in which the Home isBituated. The Democrats, with their usual inconsistency, are seizing upon this with a view to influ ence Republicans against him. This will avail them nothing. The mass 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. — 12 April 1872

THE JEFFER&ONIAN : FINDLAY HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FKIDAY MORNING, APRIL 12. 1872. ' JmWag Itf&rsmnan. FEIDAY MORNING. APE. 12. 1871 Notice to Advertisers. Hereafter Pkefkkbed Bcsncess Locals will be distributed uionc the reading matter on our third page at. Fifties Cejsts per line. Requlae Bus lb ess locals will be charged Tex Cekts per line. Will advertiser who favor us with their ' patronage please bear in mind that to insure insertion, their favors must be handed in by t edneaday noon preceding publication. VANDALIA ROUTE WEST. 23 MILES THE SHORTEST EXPRESS TRAINS leave rNDIANAP- l -11 id i.nrv uiiiulav k'HR BI. LOUIS AND TUfc WEST. i1 itu onxtlhste -tunning FUTJ-S-AN'8 celebrated Drawing Koom bleeping Cam frou NEW YORK, Pittsburg, Columbus, LoulsclUr, Cincin nati and Indiana pout, to ST. LOUIS, CiftT WITHOUT CHANGE r?enjers should remember that this is th CREAT WEST BOUND ROUTE it KANSA3 CITY. LEAVEN WORTH, LAWRENCE, TO - FEKA, JUNCTION CITY, FORT SCOTT. d ST. JOSEPH. EMM...

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 April 1872

THE JEFFERSONIAK : FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1872. Home and farm. Educatng Farmers. It U tmiTeraally admitted, atr east Djail sensible persons, that far mers retire a specific course ot edu cation, oneadapted to their calling and calculated to fit them for its purauits as much as lawyers or doctors or clergymen. Not that farming is a matter of theory merely: it must! be learned by practice as much as any mechanical trade; but mere hand work -will not make an intelligent far. mer, nor -can 4t, as a general thing, make successful one. Fanning is both a science and an art. The eot enoe cannot be learned simply by till ing the soil, nor can the art be learned from books. It is by overlooking this combina tion that some practical fanners on the one hand hare decried agricultural education, and on the other band sci entific farmers have shown such a poor fist at practical farming. Study and practice, knowledge and apprentice ship must go together to ensure t...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
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