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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 17 April 1874

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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 April 1874

Wht I rffcrjsomau- Flasllsy, April 17, 1S71. NO SUCH THING AS A UNITED STATES LICENSE. We br it id alinotit every day not only by liqnor-eIlr" and thone who aid and abet them in their nelariooH traffic, bat by good tMiipenaice men, who have not examined the matter fully that the United States Government sltould not license liquor telling. "ow, if these men will go to the trouble to examine the law on the subject, they will find that the law of June 6, 1872, read as follows: SKC. 13. Every person who bell, or offers for sale foreign or domestic dis tilled spirits, wines or beer in quantities of less than five gallons, shall be regard ed as a wholesale liquor dealer, and shall pay a special tax of one hundred dollars. Every person who sell or offers for sale, foreign or domestic distilled spirits, wine or beer, in less quantities than five gallons at the same time, sliall be regard ed as a retail liquor dealer, and shall pay a special tax of twenty-five dollars. Every person who sell ...

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 April 1874

I I F Ml VVHI rfTWASH BRUSHES. 5 PAINT BRUSHES. FEATHE- DUSTERS. CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. TSraTTTTTrh "IT - Th1w H an Nsw Carpets I New Carpets I New Carpets i -AT- CAMAMNS ! kj! They have just nH:iied the Ami I KT.IX I-iCI.S. Kvcr l.r-Mrlil to Fimllny. All the Newest an. 2Soat Desirable Styles for this Season. UAMAHANS' Largest WtGarpets Han been greatly enlarged, so that it is how tin- Iirgcst and Most Attractive IX FIXD.A r. Brussels, Ingrain, Venetian, Hemp, Rag-, Floor Oil Clotns. Cheaper than Ever I Our must sitlrriclivf :ml ch-ganl Cara-I l.'iH.in is on llir liroiuid Khair, and save lining l'p -stairs. CARWAHA! Save You Money ! On CariM-ts or Curtains if you GIVE THEM A CALL. Largest Stock, Lowest Prices, Newest Styles. ill" I.:..-.- 'nrti.itr- nr. m .' t.-.: .lii.-.-l If.iti M:'iMti:i.-tnr. r- in I ii:..ih . -.it.! will la- - J J Cim . Call and See our Immense Stock. mm ! CARPET 81 Mi Laces, Citi Laces! a Ceiilnnr Mu'iut-nt. ii.it.- i. no aiu wliici the '-"I"'" Liniment wi...

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 April 1874

"fforntf garden and gartn From Pen and Plow. UNDER-DRAINING. In o department ol ayncultare du therti teen a more marked, a more im-. portent, a more scientific, a more prac ticalM?p in ada-.cs, thai in draining. Fanner, tike other men, have been wont y,n.:t tUlr draining, as tby limited their care of manure, or their depth of .' flowing, to lit production of directly mri.in f jf rgiKU .Sect, In pkuitiug "" "aevda, or in hoeing com, if they found the ground to be well looeened to the. depth to which they penetrated, they were satisfied. If the brown liquor from .the manure heap ran through a gully tuxk the barnyard .gate into the high k-oadj they eoold see the waste, and the - meana Of stopping it If they saw water standing on tlie surface of the land, or saw that surface wet and cpongy, when it diould bedry,they saw that some means ' tjiowld be proved t remove tlie super- flnoug moisture i -Tlie '.more euligntened among them , have learned, in these later yeans, that the root of pla...

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 April 1874

E j. DcWCLT'. i . : Editors. ." J." PeWOif "i ) EaxlnU.. TL;,d.l ,;rff.,i P.O. llUM;OU. First PresoU-riuo .inurcri -Kv. Me- Saw, i'a.-... .... ...wai . .J. ! ceub. .,ne:i tiuaijd li.d.n :re-i. First v.n ..relational Cnurch- uuvU'iJJ't xfl. r.;l ice-.o .. i Aua ,..:..-:. . iu . I'f):r Me:t.n d cv U.1.4-S. w-a-i, Ci sw Meeis. MethCKlist Episcopal Church-Kv. Win Jouo, I'.uii. .nw ''' "' o.i . coca. p.m. ' ' """ uav ev:ull.i;s. ---'-l -'-. ' Erujlisn Lutneran Cnurcn-''-"""' Mi,.a,l' I- rse.norsal -."- p. I.I. l ..ei iu.-.-tit. Il.ui, e.ei.11, a,,.tnri,n in Const - 1V- A ... ill t-j a. Hi and . .....rsduv Cnu.cn Of Cod-r A, r. -i, ir. rservi.:.. at I'Vi ' w , " ' " . . . u a j sal Al alU. St. Michael Catholic Church- j. .;. s-a-a. -" J? -J., A M ,T7e.:hiiii -i A ' -rv.ce. in m"fL.ui il oc.oc. A. " laiu-.lilreel- Cerman Lutheran imJohu') Church- it strvKMi .very 1L-V. .H. aV 'C, S evr-w.a. e1u.ii Keformeo ii iW Church iJv. Jo.au AlaV. Hervlces eveiy ul Mm-tKi ireu Cerman Reformed Church -...

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 April 1874

Findlaj, ., April 21, 171. ADJOURNED. . '' ,L PofliLraiiclies of the Ohio Legislature . : adjourned laat Xonday. When thia Lc-z- jnLatare vu elected it u proclaimed by Vx Democratic papers thronhoot the . State and bjr the Democratic leaden that there was no ucuty of a longer -j eflBion.thaa aix weeks that really there iwm zMffhing to do, m the Constat ioDal CoiiTTOtlon would be likely to undo all . that they did. Thunuaa and AUeo, each in their pubtio tteranca, aod the latter in hi Inaugural addmw, rep ated the command to the Legislature to "adjourn in six wetlm," a there watt ' 'nothing to do;" aiid again the refrain wait taken up by tb Democratic pram and reevliood ajl over the State. : .' ' Ahooet the Brut act of tU econo .iuixU(7).wa to vote down a revolution by Mr. Scott, a Republican, recommending that 'all buidnew be trauKacted an spred Dy att potfeiUe." But immediately after Mr. Hoag introduced a resolution by which it wm determined to adjourn at an arly day, an there wan "...

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 April 1874

-sss - -ewasw-- -wnwaw snVaTjai - i i ! l&tuLjc& Frame Uepot, Big Stock.of "Albums Cheaper than ever. School Books. Pocket Books. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and Favorite Prescript i ion aiways on hand, as well as all other Patent Medicines, New Carpets ! New Carpets I New Carpets ! -AT CA1AHAHS ! 0 1"M,. n-" They have jnl ciiid the AniK I KTAI I.K LS. Lvcr l.r-m-lii l Findluy. All the Newest an I Mo.t Desirable Styles fr this Season. CAMAHANS' Has Ixs-n "really enlarged, so that it is now the Lircsl and Most Attractive IX FISH I. A Y. Brussels, Ingrain, Venetian, Hemp, Hag, Floor Oil Clotns. Mi Laces, Cheaper than Ever I Our 1110 I attractive :uul cleirant CarHt 1! huh i on the (Jr.mnd Floor, and saves (loin; l" stairs. CARNAHAI Save You Money ! On Carpets or Curtains if you GIVE THEM A CALL. Largest Stcck, Lowest Prices, Newest Styles. Our Lscc Curtains are iiiiixirtcd direct from Manufacturers iu KiiroK and will Ik- sold Cheap. Call and See oar Immense Stock. urn i ...

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 April 1874

Home, Garden and Farm Orchard Management. To realiTfl the best result orchard, we should be careful in the se lection of varieties; and a well drained location shoold be chosen on which to plant the tree. The distance between the rows should not be no small an to preclude the trees from obtaining their full bearing capacity, and make it diffi cult to gather the fruit. Neither should there be too much xpace. Twenty-four feet each way has been our practice ot letting tree, and we find it a suitable distance. If the land Is low and flat, the land between the rows should be plowed toward the trees, so as to have the dead furrow in the eenter.to allow the water to pass off freely. All the sprout should be kept from the base of the trees, but we have not found it ad visable to prune out the beads, as it les sens the capacity for fruitfulness, and induoes the growth of water sprouts. All of the fallen fruit should be gath ered and made into vinegar, as the profit of the orchard are conside...

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. — 8 May 1874

Eailon. O. J. DeWOLTS, 3?ubli;.uru Cvttg .f wa;j iforniisfj. iici.vt Surtt'u;y .St.. 'i'ltii'l Oj),rfroui P.O. rlirlein,. First Presbyterian Church -Kev. Ebe ilup, Pmsih. -i i.-e. mi !;, a. in., and ocloct. . iij. ii - i-r ims-ti I'liui-ma eveulugs. C.ni.;r .laiuiiil Harden slreeo First Congregational Church - Rev. Tuosi. Oordiru, l'Uir. rvervic- al 10 a. ni. Kud J o'ciw:M. p. in. rraer meeting 1 inn iy evenings. Lioadway, south of M:u Cross Si c-tiv. Methodist Episcopal Church-ttv. wu Jones, l'aslor. nervlce Ml IT?4 a. tij. Mild 7 o'ciock. p. 111. I'jajer meeting 'JiiUliv OV evening. ttMiiilussy HI., weiil of Mmo. English Lutheran Cnurch -Kev. Ocoryc Mitlor, laior. r-i vice mi l";j a. I". and I. Hi. i'raycl mceiiog 'iliursoay :V4:l.iu,;. Cra ftwjiiftUvi, west of laiu. United Brethren in Christ A Kuw, 1'ai.tor. ncrvicc t iu a. m and 7 o'clock, i. in. Frayer in tllng 'liiursday CVeulukLOUMMUWluld UlU M'taLairetU Church Of Cod-Elder W. P. Kinall, Pas tor, nervicea at loJ a. to. and 7 ...

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. — 8 May 1874

soman. aftfin Flndly o,i aj 17I. THE FLOOD IN THE SOUTH. Tlie followinjf extract from letters to the Governor of I.oui.iaiil, aiid infor luntiori from other aourrsep, will give (tome idea of the terrible nature of the Suffering entailed upon the people of tbe Babiuergd districts of the South: Edgar IWtid, manager of the Eelle River plantation. Aii"iipti'n parish. av: 'in thi taction of the parish there in 'a twpulation of about U', white and lilark, destitute of th flmt i.eceanes of life, living on rafts and I.oum- tp: no transportation of any kind, and ; the nearert hmd twenty niileKolf All their cattle and horneH are drownfl, and the water instill riiuiiir about ni inches in twenty -four bount Mm. 8. A. Kriprpw. writing from His perrie plantation. Mattiwin purili. tsay; J'enuit me to call jour attention to the duilerinK of the freedmen on my planta tion, one hundred and ten in number. We are mibmenjed. The men-limit h not extending credit, our provisions are ei liauhted. The Mook ...

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. — 8 May 1874

New Carpets ! New Carpets ! New Carpets i AT LJ M .I i n I TIIT I TT I HTfl I bAnlMAniilMiS ! They have jnst oK-nt-d the Larges StodgCarpets AndCinTAIX I. ACES. Ever brought to Findlay. All the Newest an 1 Ko-X Desirable Stylus fur this Snaon. CAMAHANS' Has iKt-n gnully tnlartfi-d, so lliat it U now tin- Ijirgt-st mid Most Attractive JX FIMtLA Y. Brussels, Ingrain, Venetian, Hemp, Hag:, Floor Oil Clotns. Curiam Lb, Cheaper than Ever I Our most attrat live and rlifrani (artst I'.ooni is on the Ground Floor, and saves (Joins I P slain. CARNAHANS Save You Money ! On Can'!"' Curtains if you GIVE THEM A CALL Largest Stcck, Lowest Prices, Newest Styles. Our Iare Curtains arc imiMirted direct from Manufacturers in Euroie, and will lie sold Cheap. Call and Se our Immense Stock. CABPET 101 Mi Laces! SbMNWHd I FARMERS, Findlaj', O . tins H, lS7t Centaur Liniment. i 'ArLluar Liniment will not re neve, no iwel:ing It will not iibdtie,iinl no :aiiienefc which jt wu loot cure. Tula lanlrbng langu...

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. — 8 May 1874

Home, Garden and Farm The Colorado Potato Beetle Abroad. In IWMi.lr, IMS, Col. rr"d er of S.m.n,.Tiiil, Hi.-, the wll known and witliasiartir; political ujritator and tribune, w-nt to the ti'irtuJnub-. fll-ft 3, 1873; an article. The article vi a, a con densation, and in nu J.ftrts a literal translation, from the Miwiouri Etymolo gical Ileports, my fiiints U ing copied to illuclratf it. It ha hince retrans lated and the iliu-trations n-copied faiid accuracy is not apt to iiicrae with thew processes. and certainly ""t in the- instaiic-, for veral jiunia!s,overtrieHnatirre.rr. H- -1 of Illinois and ie the original trans lator didn't think it worth e to dict the furr from wI.hI. be dn-w either hU information or illuMralion, it i not surprWi-gtlmt the Urte!uU .a ,it without credit in the t relations. : however, that the solid journal", like Ilardwick fctcf.' ,'y and the London (Jardiwr'x Chronvh;, riiould have been so easily led into the consideration of such inytiis u Can tilena vunari...

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. — 15 May 1874

tgindhv gefftrzoiiian. . G. Do WOLFE, i O. 1. CeWOLTE, )' Editor. Eoxt iSeuvltixkij St. . TIJrd d'fjrfiom '. 'y. TZSYS : $2 C: Per Lzzzxl, it idraicc. Stlifliou. First Presbyterian Church-n- -'"u MuNe, taur. iWrvloeaai io a. ui., ana'; o'ciuc, p. iu, Fryer meeting 'i nuiwjfc' veuiufc. Uurber Main and Hurdin lrr-li- Firat Congregational Church K-v-Tuim. Oordeu. fHlur. riervioea at w, a. aud 7 o'cioca, p. iu. frayer uieeliiiK I'liui--day weuintta. Broadway, aouiu of 3tain CroiH Hreel. MethodistEpiscopalChurch-Kev. Win Juuea, rtur. nervier at l";i a. ui. uiil i u'otack, p. m. cTayer iiieeln.ic 1 Uar tlay evening, riaudusay e oI Mala. English Lutheran Church-Kev. uorSe Miller, faaiur. ervioes at lui a. lu. and 7 p.m. frayer meeting Tliursuay evening. Crawford ixeet, went of Alinu. United Brethren In Christ - Rv. A Kone Fuutr. rierviceii at 1 a. m and 7 u'cluca, p. m. rrayer m. eliUK lliursday evening. joruerCrarIoid aud M'esloureeU Church of Cod-K Our W. P. Small, Faa. Ur. taervice at l...

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 May 1874

Wit tlitxmm. Flndlaj-. O , Mmj 15, IS7. IS IT A SUCCESS? Tboe with whom "the wixh i lather to the thouhf are telling u abuoet daily that the crusade again inteuipf-r-ane hi not a "succe." We do not h bf lieve that there is the U-at truth m this assertion, when made iu a general way, and still leu when our town and county is referred to in particular. In Findlay, lor instance, where six months ago, intoxicating liquors were sold as a beverage, to be drank on the premises, in at least twenty-three different planes, now only eight have taken out retail licenses, and they sell in violation of or dinance, if thej sell to be drank on the premises. In ML Blanchard and Van lua the saloons are closed, and in Mc Comb, Arlington, Arcadia, and Van Buren the work is making considerable progress. Throughout the county, where intoricrtiug liquors liave flown heretofore almost as free as water, and in public and sliatneless violation of law, demoralizing, debauching and cor rupting the youth of our...

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 May 1874

CAMAHANS ! An- rert'nin:.' d-iilv large lines of DS! lew Dress Goods, New Silks. New Alpacas, New Lawns, 'arasols, Shaw!, Grenadines, CAMAHANS' Jew Goods ow inujprisps tlie l:tr:rr--t line in Fintllay. PRICES LOW ! s, AT Call Early and Secnre BARGAINS. Carpets ! Carpets I Carpets I All the New IV-sijrns, and every quality, from Brussels and Ingrain HEMP Our Stork of Carpets ' ,ue IJWiiost and the (Tn-ajwt, and all the New Spring Styles. Reatty-MaaeSni CHAINS in Him THE "ROBBINS" I India, O , Kay 13, i7. Centaur Liniment. la do ain ? . r laur Liniment will Dot re JTr "eve. no swelling It will Dot rT R itid'iie.and nolamenees which l veil Dot cure. This Isstrohg t uge. but It Is true It baa . .nJuiMl mora rnrM Of rbeu- iVr u.sliMn, ntarslsia. lockjaw u y.i" ,...,...ellng.caei-lreeJi-,Mralds iij.-iini wr icbt, Ac. upon Ibe b "kh i :. e. ud of trait.s. epevln. galls, .-..,ii,j.. ai.iuisisluoneyar than have all .. . er piu ndeo renii:eMf' the aorld bet (i a coouter-lrrlieai. au all be eg...

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 May 1874

Home, Garden and Farm Beloit (Wis.) Free Press.] $1,000. The Prize Essays on Butter Making—A The Prize Essays on Butter Making—A New and Most Liberal Offer by D. W. Dake—Extension of Time. Daniel W. Irake, of JMoit, Vi., Prfideijt of tli Awjciation of Manu facturer of ami Dealer in 'reaincry and Factory Butter, lia rt-vud awl improved upon liis fitt liU-ral ofT-r for KhKHVKupon Hutt'-r-iuakiii).'. Tlmt offer wfUijCIW.W forth- U-M mx cssty. find seemed auHlcicutly tempting o eir-un a general resjK.ii-, an'l K andoiibtedly woul.l have don.-, I.ut in order to pp-M-nt Ft HI greater inducement and stimulate to the utmost the tal.-l.t of tlie country interested in Uiu. most imiiortiiiit Milij-ct 400.00 i now added, making tlie rniiid total of 1.000. The intention of Mr. I (rake i to use tlie prize winning -!-as and portions of tlie others received, in compiling a SStandaid Volume Midi its i. greatly needed in tlii country todi.-tst in itiate information in regard to the f.-r at Intercut u...

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 May 1874

The Jeffersonian : : Editor! E. G. DeWOtFE, O. J. DeWOLFE, f Jublislifd tf ifrj) Friday lUorninn. EajftS-iift'ixSl., Th'-r-l 'too rj ii. m l:o. : XZ C: Per is Aiyaice. First Presbyterian Church -K v Mx-u Xue, Pautr. iSei iee-, al li,;zt. in., o'cl.jc. p. m. rr.yer njiiu,; li.i.ii., eveiuuitn. turiKiMaiuaud llarl:ii iin trin First Congregational Churcn Tuos.Woi 4.11, Factor, service :a ;v a. m. suJ 7 wowi, o. ui. Frajer m-uiig 1 11.1. day evciiiuja, Broadway, south ol iuiu CriJMI ISIeeth. Methodist Episcopal Church Rv- .Win Jonen, taLor. neivieei. Ml lu; a. III. U1 7 J'CJJ4-K, . 111. flajer meeting 'llllll. day eVeuiuKi. .Sau.iuK.) hi., west ol l:i.u. English Lutheran Church-Kev. Ueoige Milier, lplor. ri-i v i.x-. i lu a. lu. auil 7 p. lu. Frayer ms-i ir.a lliur.iay eveLai-g. OTa W lOI U ivU ;v l, cm of M:ua. United Brethren in Chrit,t Rev. A Hjnc. Pastor, rv.rviee al lu ft. in Mini 7 o'cex-.a, . in. l-iay-r lu. etiuK 1l.ursiay avvultiK. -i nercr.i'wlm-u' and 'fcntnlr:Ui Church of Co...

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 May 1874

Flndlnr, O , Mar 22. 1S71. THE CRUSADE—CERTAIN OBJECTIONS CONSIDERED. It U nhfortunate that every reform mast, of necessity, be carried on tliro' human agenciew, and hence must be ub Ject to the imperfections of human na ture. "Physician heal thyeir is the fa rorite adage of those who oppose every moral or social reform. The uiKtak.es and shortcoming of thcaie engaged in any good work, is a ready weapon in the bands of their opposerg. When the kind band of the Savior of the world wa engaged in minixtering to the physical and spiritual infirmities of theatre, which wan blessed and honored with his divine presence, there were those who lifted up their hands in holy horror and said: "This man carteth ont devils by Beelze bub, the prince of devils," and so anx ious were the men of that day for the moral probity and purity of Jesus and bis disciples that they raised a terrible ado because upon a certain occasion, they appeased the gnawings of hunger by plucking and eating the ears of cor...

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 May 1874

S zrr . m.i,,.m l- An- receiving dailv large lines of i New Dress Goods, New Silks. New Alpacas, New Lawns, Parasols, Shawls, Grenadines, . CAMAHANS' New Goods Now comprise tlic largest line in Find'ay. PRICES LOW! AT Call Early and Secnre BARGAINS. Carpets I Carpets 1 Carpets i All the Now Designs, and every quality, fniin Brussels and Ingrain H E K! P Lace Gbt Our Stmt of Carpet is the Lartresl and the Cheapest, an d all the - New Spring Styles. THE "ROBBINS" m CAHHAlfi Mil J rfiudlaiJ $tffitzomm. ? India, O ,ilHf 22, 171. Centaur Liniment. There Ik no pain wMcb the f ei-Laar Liniment will not re Sjr" jieve. nonw-iliriK It will not My-A eufjdue,and no.aineueaswnlch -h-J u wel I Dot cure. T L is U strong ff X-r- .anKcge. 1 ut It In true. It bu " jr.-rfiucd io.re cures of rbeu- -;,iTr msllni., i,.uriKl, loekjsw . .-.,,rln,iilllnip-ed LreilMCW ,rn., kj:i-rbeuiji. earache, c, opon the fKun. im5, imJ l rtiMlnt, spavin, gall, i.-. upon animals in i.tearUian bare all i. -i p:-t. Titled 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. — 22 May 1874

Home, Garden and Farm Cut It Down. I wuJj I could whisper this advice into everybody's ear arid Lave it heeded when trees, shrubs, and vines are transplanted thin faring. Whenever gardetr, nur seryman, or any other perwjn who un denrtands tlie nature of plant, remover, a tree from od place to another, he Hbortens the tranche to correspond with the low of root which occurs in trans planting. Even if every root is pre- served entire, the removal from the earth lessens, for a time, their power of taking up sustenance when again placed in position for growth, bene the neref tsity of pruning. Theoretically, lessen ing the number of buds or branches may be all wrong, but practically it is the only known process of preserving .ife and touring a vigorous growth at the game time, . Whenever I see a man carrying home a grape Tine with canes from four to eight feet long, no doubt thinking that he is going to make such plant live and make a vigorous growth the same year, without pruning, I feel...

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