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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 30 January 1874

Home and Farm. The Wings of Bees. (Jen. IJ L. Ada at ihe la'.e meet irr i.j the Arairnan B.-e Kep::rs n i.a-i oa tLe wings of U-w, ia width cjt"t,dcc:'l ""e original p'j;at-l. In relation to Uie structure ol To i.Le i.'.vice ihe wingi of tie be iii a- a lry rxieuibriine or liene rtt Mn, i-trelcbed over a frame work of equal' as dry and life 8 ribs ol J.ird, elaMir, horny matter. lie doe not suspect tiat tbey Lave other ue than to enable the bee to fly, or that their loss or destnic'ion does other injury than to disable them from flight It U a comyf- practice, even amon we'd infortucd apiarians, to cut of! the wm;rol the queen to prevent her going oft with a e arm. A better ar quaint nr-.fi with the structure and ues ol tho win'.') would fchow that any euch uutilation rcuit be injurious. licet do not breathe through the mouth, neither do they have lung, like the higher animal. Iiefpiralion is carried on through an intricate ram ificitionof minute tubes called trachea having tlieir ou...

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. — 30 January 1874

f&rS01tfEtL i- PICE: motor MoMff ft09 EVERT TKIDAT. AY, OIIIOi , 3, 1874 [...] LIVINGSTONE. e been rcceiTcd, at the exploring prty iDr. Llvingatone, bd- Lth of that great ex f p the following briet 'a and traTelf from the u a recent date : Lone ia dead at last, man who baa survived Wad bad bo often been fas having died, that grown Into the habit un proof against all jckneee. .There ia so I, that bis wanderings Jied while on way bis eganyike to the east kny with the English n sent ont some cb of bim. David born at Blactyre, on 17, and was descend- d ancestry. am ps- , and daring his boy in the Blantyre cot aing bis studies a-. I the winter months. sd to become a mii an aid to bis future tadled medicine, and the Faculty of Pby- Irgeons in 1838. He to the pastoral office mediately afterwards It NaUL from 1840 red constantly in the M at Knrnnian, Mab jr South African sia riich period be mar- of Kobert Moffat, the issionary. 11 is first ey as an explorer was 4, when be travelled e 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. — 30 January 1874

[From the New York Herald.] THE SIAMESE TWINS Siamese Twice, Eag ud Ctrng, rteccwed in Xfortb. Urol.iaa, i(.fflic!d with il'.ncw in ibo jeai I They were to ,l 6IE fcn tae teas' x- - 181L Their pare-it ft iteir bv fiUn& vl mtil W hfn Lad Ctcg were fcrocga w .x.e d 6Ut,wy mace incix mug ibg .U!- Ttsir taotUr eevrcttcu tbiiJrtc. At one "c reve L:rtii la atte,nd neve hn two. . Bui wiie of ese f n vre defcrr-ed. The twice (Bcr-ud tt the anterior pert t: tut by prptocpsiion ci kind t..n a fli-ah is abotit two ictbe snd fear incuts tiiicK. ine idam is tough n-l capable o( considerably extended. One whisper in the car ot net hrithcut the other hcaifsjr, while .e sals applied to the nostiilt is cai no eueci cn vaeti'iicr, bi.e t iDch-.n? the un ct one d do sensation in the outer, yoa bat stik o pin in the exact U centre of this connectirg Jink would Cinch irom tie huit. win were seldom observed to rae with each other. They 1 good g&mo ct drench's, pretty much the same move, , the sam...

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. — 30 January 1874

tit a: KID AY 30RKIXG.JAN. 30, IS74 Centaur Liniment. """There U no pain which the enUJir Liniment Till nut re- U no swelling it sulidnend no lameness wtilrh It well Dot cure. Tills Is strata: lnrn!e. but It U true. It lis ""oraduaed hki- core of rbeu- tJTKT" mitlua, Dearalkla, iocrjmw bansseJutieaiaa, eer-eehe. Pn tb inu frame, and of train. spavin, falls. eianpon animal In one year than " " kite pretended remedies elnce the world bet gaau it la a eoonter-lrritaut, an all lie n pain nllmi Cripple throw away their enriches, tb bat walk, poisonous bites are reaeered birmlt. and the wounded are nealed wltnooteaoar. It la no nam bug. The recipe I pablJabed around each bottle. It 1 selling a no article erer before sold, and I Mil became It doe tout what It pretends t Co. Those who now aoOfcr from rheumatism. lln or swelling dorenre to taller If they win i,m aae Centaur Liniment. Hore than I'Mi "runoales of remarkable cores. Including 'rosea limb, chronlc-rneumallsm. gout, ron Un; tumors...

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. — 6 February 1874

Home and farm. Mode of Communicating. Mode of Communicating. Among Bees. [Renedleur, in American Bee Journal.] Like every oilier anii-ii! living ii ruts Le a nieiiaraol era inuoicaiion. 'H' -C-tls ;. ice i uouu them by the Ini- of l! '.'r q n-rij wiii tun.isU I roof ol ten f. ct. In r,iAA aid tLriwr ir Live. rv;L w " r i " bw i "Ji-1'.ye 1 in iu ?ppropriate v octiioc, some in attending the young. rm in makinff cll-f. At first v-lien the qun has been abstracted, tvery ibing trie on well for about an Lrar, alter tbia time, fomc lew ol the r. or.rx.ar in a BLfitG of 2ffcat v. o 1- - tion, they forsake the youn;,', mop their labor, and begin to travcrfe the ;n a fnrinn nw.ner. In their troi?re-s wbeiever tbi rae?t a com : nrr.a tlwir ant'Dic, aid I BUl.ru, bifj rbe one that seems to Lave discovered lrL omaiunirat the bad news to iu migbW, by tivir? it a genJe tap with these asans. TLw one in iu tarn becomes agiiated, runs over the combs cioseicg and rtrikmg others. Thus in a fchort lims...

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. — 6 February 1874

- -ir VTH "K! i Hi EVERY FRIDAY . 1 SO Per Arsis, i liTMM. DLAY. OHIO. t Fib. , 1874 TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT. rutu v.-ar against in toxical 4 outinucn with unaLated r iaal thronghout Southern hs principal towns of Ili'-i ;ington, Pickaway, Morrow, fin ton. Holmes and Clark J be wives and daughter ot izens form themselves into Jmtion, virtit all placed where re sold, acd hold , raytr Thia is kept op until the spirit gives in. Levis writes tbat bo will fiurn Obio about tho 10th a z newspaper comraumca- iint out large district in !j a rn'jvem'nt would prove I doubt if in any part, ol and it would eucoet-d. Many I tried l. in f evral towns nuetu and New Hampshire ; r. Dot one ot th-m ha rum Bed its old dominion, Lot r was Ur Irom complete !e is that in IsV-w England lack of beat. The people i beadH, but poor hloinacUa k we'l.but they can't digett : .ere n no moral fervor. I a New England audience heat, net even during the :ir'g politic-U campaign. Uut ood up before tno iyceunm ro anl Washin...

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. — 6 February 1874

[...] in Chicago Fireside Friend.] [...] in Chicago Fireside Friend.] AFFECTING PLEA FOR THE [...] in Chicago Fireside Friend.] AFFECTING PLEA FOR THE MOTHER IN LAW. ...l. fcnr'irjr 1cke fct their ! nri at even body Be a in-law, jutt as it tbe old laJj i.....n.a in ue woria ai'.er off ber daughters. I'd fcee toe cnsp wuo uru ng t my wile's nctner. n at- ys to Jifcve lie good old ! r Ji:n ber tour fc5na-ooxe,iwo Lks, fire bandies of herb, a ind pillow-slip lull ot dried Ksd burdock root. I feel jat iicg on her shoulder ; but 1 lo it. because mv disposition is ind ondemonrtrUTe. bhe no Sgets into the house than she aria looks like a ghost, or Just oman in Tarryton whose ban sol ber with a sled stake, and hk salt the time, bhe says biting full at ire, but of course Can't mean anything. "Heav- ut this that same old carpel floor!" exclaims my rnother aahe removes ber bonne t- en ebe looks at me aod tell Tom Scctt saTca Lis ciear acro money and bouebt Jse - yal Wilton. I remember that was...

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. — 6 February 1874

2 cUClSK'i'it. FRIDAY -10B.KIi-G. IL3. 6, S74 teuiaur llu;:t. There Is no pain wLich the et.taur Uiiiiui-ut will l ro ll no nweliiHK It will i"-i subd ue,and do .aioe-ek m b .cr, lt well not cure. This hstrotg J laniruge. but it In true. It ha iruducea more cure oi iuw CMT? nuatlism, maralfcla, lockjaw palsy, apral us, awelUug,elr.ed -breast i-,ca Ids Darns, salt-rheums, ear-ache, Ac, upon tue Oman frame, and of strains, hpavin. ga.in, etcupon animals In one year than have all o. v pieiended remedies si-ce the world het (an. It ia a eouuter-irritaut, an all he Kg tain reliever Cripple throw aay their crutch ea, the lame walk, poisonous bites arc rendered ban less, and ti e woundid axe oealed without a car. It is no buinbu. 1 i.r swdtMi la Dublla ed around each bottle. It if selling aa no article ever before sold, and 1 Mli bee-ate It does urt what It pretend t do. Thoae who now sutler Iroui rbeu.at.M, pain or swelling dccerve to sutler If they will utc Ceitaur Liniment. More than J'...

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. — 13 February 1874

Home and Farm. [From the American Agriculturist.] Bee Notes.—Advice to Beginners BY M QUIMBY. It wu probably colder dating the - oi tnon.li November, 1673, tLan ever before iu this latitude t?j early in the season. The coldest worn. tig w.e two degrees below zero. December TU verj guild. The -now of Novem ber w ' gone, and the mercury has Leeu down to nine degrees otic or twice cbly. Had I known that the weather would be as it has been tid that it would continue so through out the winter, I should not have ad vised housing bees.evtn in thislatitude The pleasant sunny day Lave been frequent, and all-sufficient lor their health: Those who have been negli gent or heedlest,and lef t them in the open air, if January j rovts rniM, may let them remain. Look to them of'.en See that dead bees do not iall down and choke up the entrance. With a lent wire all can be cleaned out at any .lime ; or, if warm enough to melt snow and ice, rait the hive oecihion a!Iy and sweep out all clean. II mice h...

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. — 13 February 1874

n-p-plCB: . tr,t. i -fr' PUBLISHIO EVERT FRIDAY. ilk.: 12 09 Fer iuss, i iima. PrMmT erlt reb. 13, 1874 THE ADAIR LAW. Whether the pretent Legislature Kill seek to amend or modify the Adair Liquor Law or not, we have no ruin knowledge ; certain it u that he conviction haa eeized upon the jubl'u mind that the law ia in danger, Lnd hence atrong protest hare come Lp from the frienda of temperance knd order all over the State against hnj tampering with the law. In this ipirit, we take it, the followinj reaol- iitiona were adopted by a citizens' (neeting in Eipley a lew daye ago. ve give kue resuiuuona ia iuu iui -o that they contain a recommen- ation in which the people of the hole State are interested : Jlaolved, That In our Judgment be law now on oar statute books, own aa the Adair law, ia the Lest nd most efficient ever parser for ealraising the retailer of intoxicating iquorg, and will, in our opinion, ii r- perl y enforced, do away witn dram Inkirg in Ubio. ResolvtJ, That in view 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. — 13 February 1874

From teh New York Times, 8d.] WHO IS SHE? L.i w V,a int condnded io hd, Maine, which U likely, from rTravrdinarv inadenU attending e celebrated in criminal jongpni- The aeieouau. - " Catharine Waller, Carrie M- Kent, & Carrie M. t mi hoee maiden name, it ;artred, was Catharine McKeozie y lb as plentifully provided fcamee, is described aa abort yean ot age, with a pale coun 11 and a " firm erprioD-'' lipeara that her hair is dark, and tretaed in Pompadour style pnnore we are told abe. waa ocol LUected, and used a pair gold I ere-glaaes in surveying the fftadienoefl in attendance. Tbe k-ho tnua became an object of kt to ' a yery large number of I watf Charged, under 'CbeiaVB line, with the crime ot "poly 1 for it ia to called in aU the we have aeen, Undr -.be jes of most ot the States, the to would be atyled bigamy. . h facta charcred bv the oroseW ' re sufficiently distinct and simple -j sieged that in May, 1862, tie pant, then sixteen years of aije, larried ia Fictaa, Nora Scoti...

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. — 13 February 1874

JtrJblag tffcrssaiaru FKLDAY SORTING, IhZ 13, iS74 Centaur Liniment. lu-re l uo j-iklu wli:h the eutaur Liniment will not rw 11 to mri.irc It ,!ll not subduend no iamenes which It well not cure. Tbisisstrobg ianguge, but It 1 true. It La nrf1nvI mi.rf miM of rbeu- ("r,c niKtUui, n-oml((ia, lorsjaw piKir, s,.-aln,ewel!liiir,csK'-d tjrearf',wall ljrtis, all-rlieuiitii, nr-ache, Ar,f uron the Oman Irame, aud strains, siiavio, K'!" Plcnpoa animals In out-year than have all o.uar pretended remedies since the world MA Kan. Jt 1 a counter-irritant, an all ha ug fain reliever Cripples throw assy their rrutcbes, tti lame walk, poisonous biles are tendered harmless, and I lie wounded are oealed without a tear. J t la no bum hug. The rvclu la published around each bottle. It is eeillng as no article ever before sold.and 1 lis becaa-e It do )ust what It preteuda t on, Tbose who now sutler from rheumatism pain or swelling dererve to fuller if tbejr will no dw Centaur Liniment- More thau lot erti...

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. — 27 February 1874

Home and Farm. Cultivation of Corn. Tbe following is extracted from an ditoi UI in the Rural World, discos ing tbe level aud hilling culture ot corn; The method formerly practiced by most farmers, aud which is continntd by many now, in cultivating corn, to break up the land not over tnre nr tnnr i,..-h deeD. ad lay it OS aud cultivate both ways with tut commoa turning plow. It the crop received the Lumber of plowing. deetned necessary, tbe soil between tbe roots is nsually thrown up to the base ol the bills, leaving water fur rows running at righ. angles all over tbe field. If the land is rolling cr hilly, tbe surface U liable to constant waste irom ine tiled 01 waeuiig rains. Tiis method of working corn exclusively with tbe plow, we ut satisfied from practical experience aiid observation, is erroneous. The nearer level the ground is left alUr cultiva tion, tbe better it is both for the crop and the latd. It is a false idea that con should be hilled to prevent it from being prostrat...

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. — 27 February 1874

OPPIOEl UHS EVERT TOIDAT. 2 CO Per iSIta, ll Aimee. j pYDLA-Y. OIIIO BRIEF EXPLANATION. . D. Poxtxk, wriung to the McComb, says : ced in your issue of Feb. assertion, regarding the Prohibition State Conven ich I wish to reply. Ton v saying," In answer to a pnbliah the calLl Ordina- oald be pieasea to oomply a request from any respec- uzauon.' una avowing that ition partr is a Dartv of no I in ity." I proceeds to say a good I based upon tie aasump-1 forth in the aboe para-1 we asserted or Intimated rohibition oartr was not i respectability As we ch assertion, and as we oar lanmstre cannot be to even the intimation of X, we decline to publish the y .1 u. ! I, ;V, If. TJ VI CUlJ rw u.vu Ml a. . I Here Is what we did"&7 1 . trtlcle alluded to : Sly we would be pleased to fa such a request from any wguiMuuD. iau tticm Era published base !ess slanders against Goy , and now the managers bition party can get the n their calls." tie second sentence quoted Ire our reasons for refus jsh th...

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. — 27 February 1874

-si-- Wni Mtrsctiaiii r to - ' rdOMnft;iW 27, iS74 Centaur Liniment. , hlrh IW mere i v t ealaur Liniment will not 1. 11 no swelling It will u aM wnd no lnmeneuvbii' It wll noteure. This lsstroi.. !... bat It to true. It by product! more cart of rbi milliai, neuralgia, lockjaw ur,sweUln,ked-breastscaid. kjJt-rbeams, nMcbi, c. npon the tmnc and of strains, epevln. gall's k,n animals In one year then neve aii l-ecended remedies sine tbe wona o kill counter-irritant, aa all be ng liUerer Cripple throw away their hUie lam walk, polaonom bites arc harmless, and tb woonded are (without a acar. it la no humbug. Tbe 1 published around each bottle. It 1 las no ait tela vtr before sold.amd- H Laoxe It does )ost what It pretend t urn who now suffer from rheumatism. wedlng deserve to niffer If they will Centaur Liniment. If ore than l'JWi Vie of remarkable cures. Including V . hfmiUbrhnni1kin MOLnn )aor,c hare been received. We will circular containing eeruneatea, in Ike, to any one requesting ...

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. — 27 February 1874

NATHAN ROTHSCHILD, OF LONDON. The hic-ta Driest of the Exchange ru not li-ppy eTen tn the ttidot of bu overflowing cone. ss.i.jr cuvuu, fc had few friends end somberLe-a anemie. In bit Utter yeara be auf. iend from con-tant dre- of Msaa. illation. e was aiw-jii reueivieg threatening letters, declaring ia. i lite depended on nis eenaicg certain ami of money to certain addreaacx. He acented murder in erery breeze osDected poison In every cop. In Jeep, be bad nlfcntmare vuionsof crouching tbinga ; ra waking ho.rg be etarted at every unexpected aoiae. One morning two swancerg were aanoanced m Laving important Lm ixeaa wftb the banker, and they were ahown into tut private office, fie bowed lo them and Inquired toe ra. tore of their negotation: They bowel and aaid notbing.bnt advanced toward him, throating their fiogera nervous Jy into their pockets. liotbacbiid'i larm was excited at once. The? xooat be aearching for concealed wea poci: their bearued tacea made it clear to bla excited fan...

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. — 6 March 1874

Home and Farm. Injury to Horses from Dry Feeding. [From the Western Rural.] It in well known that hornes kept i stables tor a long nine f-xciuaive y u dry food, and geLeral'.y when i.l;y leJ on train, beoome c unt, hard ; n dry-fleshed, the bair bwame 1 tnid tlie Win lose that peculiar i:.. low ttelibg, ecially when kept ii ci y siables, indicative t the LeahLj animal la the end it is sold "r liitle or nothinir. or else dffecm-1- ' down through nil the gradations o horse poverty, to the street peddier' or scavenger's cart. Finally the irn- mal avasU away altogether and dies, nrtAua ia rnrrieA cfi b? the bi8t epidemic that occurs. One of the most serious fleets cf ilxu oJuim of feeding is undoubtedly indiges Jon, which being aggravated lrom time to time, at last becon.es chronic. Thui is one oi ui ewe, - f i . sources Of the loss oi nureen ui our rtfie. EeoeciaJJy is this the -iih that class ot horses that. under the care of ignorant groom ' and doing but little work except to the la...

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. — 6 March 1874

15 Mktsamu. orncE: PrUDT Mail PwOlfr btluSISD EVXBT rWDAT. I: Mil Per Uiu, ii idruce FUVDLAY OHIO THE TEMPERANCE WAR. ews frorn'all directions indi tat the Women's Temperance sent it steadily gaining ground. Umbos, where it was reported lajs ago as a failure, the more Us receive a new impetus and Jicationa are that the success as attended the movement in and other of the larger towns Slate will also attend it in the ' city. It would indeed be e If it were confessed that pray lost its power because it was ion the streets or in th? drink' sons of a city, and we believe same measure of soooeM will the movement in the cities m rural villages. 'our candid opinion that this t against the iraffio in intoxica jnow is only begun. Widely M spread, macy and marked as an i:s victories, it is as yet but fancy, and the victories already w but incentives to grander vio la the future. These women, forth ia the power and spirit of ost High are invincible, and ave suffered sufficient evils and from 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. — 6 March 1874

VmMai; fAhxstmv it r Centaur liniment. There l" wb.v A ectaur Liniment will n U o swelling !l m ..i t n itjda.and noiani-n;t it well not cure. This lt. i.... ,... I ut It la true. Ii rr-Miuowl more cures of rl -a. CJ. 3 matism. neuralgia. Dy.siraln.wetitng..caked-brearfv'cl'!' oaros. salt-rheums, ear-ecbe, 4c. opw the Pman name. auJ of strains, spavin. rl'. teupon animals In one year than nve o -uer preteudd remedies sine t be or id ok un. It l a eonnter-lnitant. an all be bg najn n.llor frlnnlM tbrOW their nntohee. the lam walk, poisonous bites are r. i ...h fh wounded are oeaied wit boul a sear. It is no bombug. The recipe U published around each bottle. I' mr.. .. rti,.l. ever before .- -i sell, beeeiwe It does Inst what It pretends t . uo. i bo wbo now sutler from rbeumsusm. ,..rva to roller If they will , nw. t-nr Liniment. More tban 1000 certineates of remarkable cures. Including Irosen ilmtx, ehronle-rbeumetism, goat, rao nlng tumors, Aebave been received. We will send a circ...

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. — 6 March 1874

CANARY AT CHURCH. sin--f tbe f-ood old "UmAonJ venln. ooul and tweet. 'athecliy street. I - r t reiT ajuaretfa Window aly fy dunl; i- leaves among. nave, with ila arches iaatazcd pillars rare. ioedto the eadenee .pale rector's prayer. W.Ulroafch tender slleiine7 juiift flute-botea rang; etaa atcel'J - .'. . ire old tanethey sang" Sadden, lo! appearing rrlnc quaint and old, Ir estray from beaven, tred aspec of gold. . lerturn flying,- --- 1 ear doUs eoarlna, enantinf ondroaeespers there. fletbeHnglng vola, C fi - ; jrMeriehw. hi-,-' V J I J liver throated chorister ng the trained choir. 1 [...] NEW YORK LETTER. Barbers—Two Plucky Girls—A [...] Man's Expenses—Distress— [...]—Dress Reform—Business— Conversation—The Temperance Conversation—The Temperance [...]. Conversation—The Temperance [...]. NEW YORK, March. 4, 1874. FEMALE BARBERS. ! women, at least, have aecared iirh-s. and Lave now all the MI IO UU XV. umA m u.u wmv. i fcb'.Md'wto Udin; grand b Filth avenue, l'apa got into J - - ...

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