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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 29 May 1874

Sic rffnsoman. E. G. De WOLFE, ( O. J. DeWOLFE, ) Editor published tf-itrg -fridaij iHaraiufl. K'txtS-iii'tHskySf.. Tli'i-I iii ,rfiui.i l'.d. : S2 :: Per :: ii-rar :e. THE NEW CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF OHIO. Full Text of the Proposed Instrument, as Adopted by the Constitutional Convention, May 14, 1874. We. the X-Ople of flic State of f ll"o, grateful t AlinigLty 1 forourfp-e-iin. to secure it- blessing-and promote our common welfare, do tabli-h this i 'ii-tiiutjii. ARTICLE I. 1:11.1. K moms. ,. J. All ix-r-on- ap. by nature, fp-e and iii'l x-ii'l-iit, and have certain inalienable rights.among which an those ol enjoying ami 1 . f -1 J : l life and lilx-r-ty. acquiring, po-scs-nig. and ppitectil.g proeny.and -.-ckingaad obtaining hap-pine-- and safety. .S"-. 2. All Mlitii-:il power is inherent in the x-opl. iov'-rmiK-iit is institu ted for lln-ir -'ital protection and Ix-ne-lit, and tln-y have tie right to alter, re form, oralx.'i-h t!ie mie whenever they limy ileein it iifnsiry ...

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 May 1874

- the first subdivision; tLe counties of Franklin and Delaware, -with two judgmt, the second subdivision; and tlie countif of Fairfield, Hocking and Perry, with on" judge, the third (subdivision of the flftii dktiict, and togeth'-r thull fonn said district. Sixth The counties of Mu.-.kirijruiii and Morian. with one jud?e. wtuill con stitute the flrrt subdivihion : the counti- of Ouenmey. Noble and Monroe, with one judge, the necond subdivinion; and the counties of Carroll, Han-inon and Belmont, with one judge, the third i-ub-division of the sixth district, and to gether nha.ll form said district. Seventh The counties of Knox and Licking with one judge, shall constitute the first subdivision ; ttie counties of Mor row, Richland. Ashland and Wayne, with two judges, the second subdivision ; and the counties of Holmes. Coshocton and Tuscarawas, with one judge, the third subdivision of the Mrventh district, and together shall form said district. Eiglith The county of Stark, with one judg...

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 May 1874

r 1CAHNAHANS!! An- i.i i-ivin;' d-iilv Urgi- lines of - TtTTlTTT H S! K 3 1111 5? New Lress Goods, New Silks. . New Alpacas, New Lawns, Parasols, Shawte. Grenadines, CAUNABANS' New Goods JJow iitiiiris4i the l.irirest linr in Findliiy. PRICES LOW ! s, Call Carly and Secnre BA11UAINS. Carpets I Cornets ! Carpets i All lid- .-.v lesi;ms, ami ev-ry ijtiality, from jBrusbels and Ingrain ::MP Our Slin-'i f Caqvl-i is tac I-arirest an:! lie Chca'a-a, s i.l all 11 New Spring Styles. a J j - - V "f - W ta f-l mm CMIHS beg Cutis Jfindhv Jtffttaouinn. I'fndlay, ,ny 20, l"7i. New Advertisements. '"'i:; I!i:hr:iuff Hardware. r it Ailams r'il-i lr-r-tJt. .'.nil iJulliraiiff Iron Vid-n I'I'Ws. J. W. 'well NotK-e lo HuiMf-r-. -; .!in Kuthraiiff Burkeve Wln-at Drill. T ii.;. -raii-- lai.- f I'.nvi minns. KmliraiifT Tin- 15t Cultivator. . M. i'ciK-iisill A ' " tjernwu liitti-rs. Joliii Hijtlirauff Naitamnil la. W. .V ll-lf A In-Bitkin? l'owder. loiic Uutliraul! White Lead. J,u-hon, Winder. & Co....

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 May 1874

Zclifilott. First Presbyterian Church-K- Mom, Pastor. Itervlcea at lu'A a. n-. and 'J k m n.tir,e ThDIWW vatuo. Corner Main and Hardin atreeta flrat Congregational Church -Hrr-f, . l. u.rWfl at 10 a. m. and 7 o'clock.' u. to. Praer "1Kln,'riil"r lay cvanlng. broad way, aoal ' 'n Cross Brest: MothodlatEpiacopalChurch-B'- w JOQrja, rsauur. J r , ni . day av.nms. Banduaay U weat ol J4ain. EnglhVt Lutheran environ-"". Millar. Paur. Hervlcea at 10X a. m. d ' p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday evefcU ja. IAWwniiHii - . Unrwd Brethren In Chrtat- v. (lose. Paalor. Merries) at 10 " -7 clock, p. in. 1-r.y.r ""u,n,i5.1i TTf '-r uocuarCraa-iard aiul aw Church of Cod- w. r. lor. service at 10 -4iga. p. m. i-reyer mcMiui Thursday srvAtttlraet. wsalot Main. St. Mlchvr Catnolle Church J.B. Yoonfc Paator. Jtverr ".Tat Kimt Maatal o'clock, A-Mj'2rfoaa in l.A.M..taclUainatiC MM .vary iKi'STXSt - Mrau-t , Church rafr---' a-'Jj ?J7 Church E " a-ur. Harrlco. .vary of ataUM"" street. On, R .formed Church-Ba. i...

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 June 1874

gublisliru Cms f titlan. Stforruu.. ZTorf iyiudwikji .St., Third d'torj 'rum I'. O. : $2 ZZ lor Aznsz n Ld7&i:e. First Prcstiytsr.an Chorea -k-. j.i. .. I.... 1IU.II 1 1U MM1UHI.U llsti'lila l luui.'1-H i.., tLur. IVM At .,. 1... HUU uua, p. 111. f jcr Ui'-rliu iiui.-- tun. . 4 - .-. Met-.oO.bt episcopal Church-, v. m Jouca, 'v:ui. ."r:l V 10 ML h. In. U.U1 Cj"bI, I. If. i-r IIIWUiij 'iltLii.-v-Ut Vriii. .uUu.-k.j fit.., t4. 'f At i li. English 4. u me ran Cnurcn-iv. Owi A-IViCthMli ), a. III. Ui.U If. 111. t'i ,;. Cl4M . i iu i, M cnl jl jUetilJ. United brethren in Christ Ktv. a boc. f.iur. beiViuMi at Ju a. in. aud 4 uucii, 1. iii i'ruyer Uiiuut( 'luurMlay Cnurcn or God-Kuier w. f. htuaii. ku r,tivit mi, lus m. m. aud 7 o'clock, St. nAicriac.'s Catholic Church -Her. J. li. t i'MMtjr. fcvery oliit-r hJtljuath, r ii.v o clock, A j., ii... Mmm mi 1J, A. J4 .(ItClJiSLU Ml A I. A. NTVil 111 . iumi n-it; ml a o'clock, A. Al. W ei eiiU ol l Miu -Ci hlrwU German Lutheran it Joiiu,) Ch...

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 June 1874

Bit BMtaninn. Find la j, O., Juie ., 1ST I. A DISTINCTION. We fiu'l tli foliowii' in a very K-n.-i-IJi- article in tin? Ciwriiiii.-iti 0''iz-'l'. " tb ifowu-iit of tli l:tw, wlii'-li v.-oiiilu-lil to tin: rareful roiir-MiT-iti'i:: ,f a'.l tmiwrnwl. Jin it is: "Tli SuuOiiy f.II'i:ijc the ril'-::i f t!i: city or-liiiiitio', tl: tnft- -iil:t:ii 1 nuiiif-rous iiilvert.-iiiiii- f tl.t- .-'-i,-iug of l.eer iranli-ns. with inti-ir. ft-..' n Sunday. T.iis in liiia.n- of Stilt i..w-. It r-iiiir-ii noil' !-' tiv- !'ia-r.-,-:;i!;i tin fu-t. Yitlnr a it Lw-o'j:ry for tl.' Joli' to loun: injil.'nl wilo:i- tolntil. the ilir-covery. I'lirth'-riiiore, i, r than lx-t Siiml.iy. Knii!iui st,-iet. in vicinity of IJim-oIii I'-irk, v.;is l,iitr-ou-ly noisy witli iiiiii'. aii'l till'-'! with -xeiti crowls. lii-iurhiii tin fjuii-t of th lifi'lioorhooil, iiii'l aliuo-t l-ri:ikiii;r lip th' MTvid-s of a cliun-h in tltf vicin ity. This was nil Join- in Mi;i!.: of i;iw; yet th: jtolif 1M not inti-rf'T'-. There...

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 June 1874

CffiAMIi An- rweivin:' daily l:ir;-lines of S! New Dress Goods, New Silks. New Alpacas. New Lawns, Parasols, Shawl-. Grenadines, OAKNAHANS' Mew Goods ow comprises inv .anrii nm- m nnuiaj. PRICES LOW ! AT Call early and Secure Carpets 1 Carpets I Carpsts i All 1 !' New ItWii'iis, ami every iiunliiy, from Brussels and Ingrain HtVIP Luc Cnttin Our Sl of Tar; ! i; tlie Ijirijest aul lie v h-a;M-T, a:i:j ao ii e N'.:v Spring Styles. nil CAHMHAWS t India j-, O-, J line 5, 17I. tfiilaur Liniment. x liiere in tio i-suu which the tfi Centaur Liniment will not re- U-fJ lieve. no swelling It will not K Ya uui jt-.Miiii no KifieiH-wiwbicta 7 a iuUi jt-.Miiil no ameuetiswtl p..fi Itweonolcule Tl.Uifchtrc ! laiitui-e. t,m it In true. Ill t-riu '1 more cure of rhi robg baa L-r4iuo 'I DHinf curea or rneu- njatini, ij uraluia, lockl I i-im. ali-rd tun-, ear ache, Ac, upon the h Mfi liurne. ano ol strain. avio, fallH, u . iimii momai in !.-y ar ttan have all ..-! pl--l ii.ied t-iii-d.-- hlljCe lh- wo...

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 June 1874

Home, Garden and Farm Hard Woods and Their Destruction. The rtdy advance i" " l'r'' "f bard wood l.iiii-r for y-.-r-t ""' be taken as pn-tty frood evi.lvii. that tlie available fuj.piy is e:ra'n;,' itt a rapid rat, or that tli' demand i.i ii.ci. -intf fatter than facilities are fumi-tlied t put it in tin? market. There, is no room to question the lir-t pro; ition, how ever, for let any one travel in almost any direction in the North we-ti-ni Sf.it'-. where twenty yean- ao were line fore-t-of liard-wood timl-r, aud he will no lonjfer doubt the fact that a very la re port ion of such fre-t have lje.Ii ! pletedof thiriwoodm wealth. The ax of the pioneer has keen eaihd "a great civiJizer," tut it has at the mum time, teen a despoiler of untold riches in the hands of injudicious or thonirht lebs men. It is true that hundreds of luen have hewn down the primeval wil dernesH and carved out homes in the deep forestf, but in almost every ciise they have done t with scarcely a thought or a car...

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 June 1874

E. G. DeWOLTB, 0 O. J. DeWOLFS, ) ' 7Z2XS : $2 C3 Tr iosuac, in dvt-ce. First Pictoltr;an Chuici -H- ! . .. C-l..K I .ilJli ii.ii. 1 1 1. is - . - . First OunjritioAu: Cfturcii v utit.rfii 1-44.. it tvt'MMW.i ... . j- i. it. jitt?r u-t uti i nui -- ( jwmi .( i-v. MtfUKKJtfct (i tcoHal Church-- " Jijit-ivt 4'At.i. .ihh i W.. rUltiUMJ ftl., Cst Ol ltll En-lih Luiacran Cnurch otoie M;f, 4J-4. V C .! lUtJ tft. Ifl. iMll 3 Un.tcd brtstnren In Christ l-v. A 1,, irii. ry ivi in u a. ui- aud Ctiwrci oi Cod ' -V. i buiail, t '"'- ai i.,, a. in. fa.nd 7 o'clock, . lu. HI-....; imtihuiiy fcVt:UJtic. feu ArM.iMto Catholic Church J. ii. I um iiUr. twvci y uur tilMtlLi, A.t4 Mm ftt CI it, A. Jl ., Uigl Mn U 10, A. Al.,ita:Ailu l . ii. 4rvuxr u lL4.Aiinti,4!i uxxt kUU Jr.rucu. Ma t vry m. uii.'i HU u tlA A. Ai. V'Wl iuU ol 31 i.u-d on U w-t. Gentian Lutntsran ij-h JuiiuVi Church -tiuv. . im ikiv, l'i4Mr. m.-ivicc rry otit.i rviKitu. 4. ium ciok A. M. autbiiiK iv:. i t :c r..aj cveuiuu, twuci tnfct...

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 June 1874

Slit f rftemnm. Findlay, O., June 12,171. DOES DRUNKENNESS PAY! Tlie I'l'-Mion is mi-1-1 ly thr '! drew of tlx; Hn-wi-r's 0ux-i.ti-ii to t!i-poopl- of the Uii't. il ril-it'-. I" j'""' flcutiou of their trcifliciUKl a a rliiim t tin Millport of tlie -o-,I', t!i-y twtke tl: follow iuir f-Uit-lii'iit. Tli-y y : 'Tli" offl' iiil rt.'i4-iiiHiit fhow tlie .-orii-liiii-,' f.i'-t :i.-t..iii.l-ii'y a- it niu-t I-to a vu-t majority of th- -.:--that this tnil- (the JJ..ior tr.ilfl.-i fUrra-lv denounce-!, uun-iiMiimliW wnrrw'l turn'"'-- t'"' -"l,l'r"'" -inn of which is m -I;tnirously !-niaiil-l, lil actually ay. for tlie lat fiscal yr, FIFTY HVK I'KK CKST. of the entire int-nial revi-mie tax collated from all w.urs Miliject to it throughout the country! It will lx wn that this tnidi nlone contribute.! twenty iht rent, to the whole revenue of the jjovenimeiit lur-Iiir- a year when f i:j,(KXt.KK) of the national nVlt wim -kiM oil; in fact, tliis tnnle alone mil in one vear tluit enormous iinioiii...

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 June 1874

Home, Garden and Farm Agriculture. Atcrkultur; most c;-rl;iiii h,unv of ftn-utftb, m-alth und iiil'-r.iili.ij',?. Coiium-rce flourihkm by cirraiii!-taii--ti precurioiiB, couthigt-rit, trensitory, al most a li.'ilt to cluing a the winds ainl Kavia that waft it to our j-hon. She may w.?H 1? t.-iin-l Hie younp.-r rister, for in all HiiuT'-nck' T' bkn to aricultan !tli ford.-' JptrM sup ply. Cotton, t Tli? lirst thrw unit i" tl"- worM a jrardener, a plough""'", and a j.fra7.iT; and if any man oljs--t tluit tlic m.-coii1 of th-srft was a murderer, I d.-sire b--would consider tliat ajs ho.n a In was bo, li? quitted our profession and tuni-d liuild-r. Cotrlt). In ancieut tiiiK'B the fcacrvd plough mployed tli; kiugH and awful fathers of iiiank i ud. Th o mjison Iu the ftfr of unoniM, uiit-.-d-nt to Ceni and tint royal ploughman Tripto I;uiuti, a fciiitfli; barl.-y-.rorn had lusr-n of more value to mankind than all tin; diamond that j;Iow-d in the miin-s of India., linxike. Trade incroaw.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. — 12 June 1874

m mm WHAT TO l!Y AXI WHAT MIT T IIUY. Mkkkhs KiiirriiiK: I'o tioiiM many of your reader are now very iiiik-Ii icril xol as lo what they ahall Imy for lln-ir Spring and Suniim r outfit, and when they enter no large an talili meiii aitnc Mrsrs. ('arnaiians have, and no utrre an assortment, and such a vari ety of gmd, I am not at all surprised that tlieo an- sometimes puzzled what to do. No one unwiiiainted with Findlay, would siipwHC that there was a store there So at- 'active in all it departmcnU. Their atock '.' Fans, Parasols, Corsets, Kid Cloves, Uiu liinsrs for the Xeclc, Hosiery, c., can not he excelled. And Indies purchasing of ('aknaiiakk can rely on it that what they ' t u stylish and cheap. When one a.i-s the prcat variety at a store ike ( 'a ux ah ans, they wonder how people ver t'link of all the different styles and olors. Yet the love of money and tftu;ri;le ir daily bread inspires the on-mat ors of II these frood to do their Ixwt. 'arnaiiaks (!.. of Fine (Jimhij. such as...

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. — 19 June 1874

Editor. EaHX-iudMkyXt; Tliirl'lx.rfi-.ia l'.. E. O. DeWOLFE, O. J. DeWOLFE, f First Preatortefl an Church-K- -- Mow. Paior. !S.:ivicci I' !, a. m.. o'eloc. p. to. Prayer tn--r. -n Thi.iw .1' enim"- 4 '-.nier Vain -tud ll;r.t.,. -r ' First Cansroational Cnurch - " - TlMM.U'4rt-u. I'4lur. H-lvtml ln u ' -wul 7 iiV'iH-lt. p m. Praer ie.-l:t.x '!.' nv en !. Lroadw..y, .u.tiih f i- a Croaa rireel. Miflvod:st Episcopal Church-Kev. Via Joues, I'lnr. Mervice al I'lV a. " anu 7 ..Vliic. . ffi. Prayer uieeli ua 'Jim. .lay eveulliK. lMfjJuky M.., west of Alali. En?Usn Lutheran Church-Kev. " Miller, Psstor. Services t Ui' J a. in. and p. IB. Prater iiieeooic TliumUjr v.liii;t l.rvwlord street, wel of Mtiin. United Brethren In Christ - A Hose. Vur. riervlce. at i a. to and J ..'clock, p. iu. prayer m.etiiillmnJ veuiu. coruerCr.wford and WtauiUeeU Church of Cod-" w- nu Ur. Service at I0! a. m. and T o'clock, i.. in. Prayer mvetlut: Tburaday evening. Vr.ut Street, wi of Main. S. Michael's Catholic...

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. — 19 June 1874

nncij,'Qi;Jreis.iri. MUZZLING THE PRESS. of tlie provisions of wlii'rh ti -im tli.it ':' j . perwrn t-lionl l writ' or J.riat iiiiyt :i:.r j diriispvr:tful of tin: lVes-iijent r any i otlier member of tlie fiovi-rciwiit. u Jr tU- l:uvs u mniit-r of ier-iTr- v. -r- , -hlit-l, triwl, iiri'i 'iivi t'-il ol ': ti'jli,1 for (lUlilKliiii arii:lir- ira.ciil.'l-. J. to weaken ill contid-iivr of tiir -iji!e in tli character inn! l:tnof tlieir ii';'. lie oi-r. Tlie reiior! of tlM--- tr:.:.r lire htill eitiu.t, and are lf!v,'it' - (i' of the If.-jotjf; cliara-4-r cf lire Ii i-I". tlou. ta ii pi-tvon rom ;:t.d le-earui- a popular lirro, and the overthrow of t!.: Adatn Administration, vhii-Ii i-oonn.'-.-;-ocrurred, wan followwl by tl;- pr.ii piea! of the odious ami infaliioin- la ws. Tlieotlur lny in tin- S-uat" of tii lnitsl Stntf Mr. CarjH-iiti-r, of Yir-?ou-ftin, IntrrKluix-d ami tiif;iiHTMl throH.li twt body, a bill eve-u more irif.-Miioti, and, utraiipe to nay, 31 K"uljiie.-n Sen ator puv.r...

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. — 19 June 1874

CARNAHANS Have tlie I.AK'iKST STOCK of all kind of SI'KI.Vi and SL'MMEK IKESS iOOlS in Findlay. Calico. IV-rcalm. finu Cloth, Victoria Uiwiih, Bit-lioj) Iwrif.Alpwa1, LAWiia, l.iii-iiH, JiRi-, Swiw. Kaoaook, MolialW,' jHjtfuiWtriiK-d tSilkfT, Japan-- Cheeked Silka, Japan I'lain Silks, rongee. Kilka, I.voiih Silks. IrifJi 1'opliiiH, Silk, and Linen l'oplina, l:!ark firot liniin Silks, I'luiuSilksallthecol- , . or arid qualities. Carnalians Have an immense Ktock of BLACK IRON FRAME GRENADINES PLAIN and STKU'RI"). that will 1 Hold at a great latrgain. Carn ah an s' Fans, Cot sets, Jewalry, Hosiery, Ribbons, Kid Gloves, Hoop Skirts, Ruching-s, Handkerchief Shawls. . in all the LATEST STYLIiKaiidCOl.OHS, Carnalians. Their stock of Ladies' 11K IY-MADK IUISI-S is as large anil complete as will lie found in any city. Cn rim I inns' CARPET STOCK is titer LAUGEST in Findlav. Vr ifftT all onrgiMsis :it unusually low prices. We claim that we will sell Itctter ; o is, and m-I1 I hem In a -cr, th...

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. — 19 June 1874

Home, Garden and Farm High Prices and Hard Times. A noteworthy lact at thin tim U that while tlK-re w a general tuiit of hard tiiu-9 and scarcity of iuoik-v, produce frtchm good prir hi n--ady mony. Ag ricultural prcrsp-rity is generally lurid to be the bajii ol all other ror?p-rity. Agricultural pro(-p-rity luiht be pot-ed to be a-sMirad by good crops and good priees. The crop f-j-orts of l.u-t year were j-tii-mlly alcove tin- average of the fort live years. Vet there ii a general complaint of the warrify of money anions fanneni. .Scarcity of mon ey among fanner.s, when farm produce fetches go-xl price in ready money, UJUht be beeUKthey have not the pro duce to wll. There is no remedy for this but to produce fcomething to mIL Hut the crops were generally reported luft year, and the market price us made upon that assumption. It follows, then, either that the crop was largely overestimated, and was actu.'illy 4-Uort, or tluit the prU were low when the farmers market their crops, or t...

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. — 26 June 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. — 26 June 1874

.. ... si. Jane THE LICENSE QUESTION. The iuos notaoit "e of intoxicate li.juor.areth, f.,1- '"lATlittt vote '"for liiM-rise"' Is Lot a vot for liwriM? at all, luit a vote in favor of Iwtvinjr tin- vrhol nintt.r to the JjrL"Iatun?. 2d. i lal lai-nse is miiii i- Ux, which is to l? r. fr.irl.-la.- at.-iiJl r anee nia.'ir inasmuch as it jiJii--s special burdens on the tr.iHic in intoxi cating liquors. 3d. Tliat rirohiliition lias Ixen n lail ure vbi-rever it lias been tried, and as we cannot prohibit the trallio, the liest thin)? we can do is to rtynhttt it. We believe that we state the jrist of all that we have beard nrjjed in favor of license in the ultove proiiositioiis. Itea son Xo. 1 is its ow n liest answer. If the fact of casting a vote '"for lieenser? does not have the eff-ct to license the trnlfi:,Ls a good reahon for casting sueh vote, is it not a much la-tter reason for cuLstiiiR that vote apiinst license J In other words, is it likely that any ry it minded voter wishes, by ...

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 June 1874

CAHHAHANS Have tlx LA K i KST ST "K of all kinds of Sl'KIN'i nml I." M MKli HKKSS OOODS in I'indl.iy. Oalieon, IVrofiW-s. M raft dot li, Victoria Ijiwiik. JiiMiop Lawi in. Alpaca, Lawn. J.ineiiH, l'iqucfl, Hwiio, aiikn, Moliairs, Japanese Ntriiie.l Silks, Jaiiancw f.'liecked Silks, .Iiijuiii ee 1'luin Silk, I'onjree Silks, l.y.ins Siikx. Iri.-li 1'oplins, Silk, kikI I.Iih-ii 1'oiilins, Hi.uk iros I iniin Silks, " riniu Silks all tliecol im fiixi iiiilitiK. s Cam all ai is 'mmmZMve an iiuun block of BLACK IRON FRAME GRENADINES PLAIN' nnd STRH'KI), that will lie M at a great bargain- Carnal. sins' Fans, Kid Gloves, Corsets, HoopBkirts, Jewelry, Ruchings, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs Ribbons, Shawls. in kU lrr- LATEST STYLES riixirOLC HIS, P," to Caniahans. Thi'ir stock f Ladies ki:ait-naik ikesse.n is as larc and complete as will 1 found in anv cilv. X Carnal tans' CARPET STOCK is the LAKllEKT in Fiwlliiv. We offer all our poods at iiiiusii:illy low prices. We claim that we w ill wll licltc...

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 June 1874

Home, Garden and Farm BUTTER MARKING. Extracts from the Speech of D. W. Dake before Association of the Butter Dealers and Manufacturers at Indianapolis Ind, June 17, 1874. The subject of batter-iiiakiug consid ered in detail, would be far from com plete if we were to paw- by unnoticed tin? subject of stock and Htock-raWiijf. Upon thin point I will venture the a-ertin, that by proper care and Judicious man agement even our native cattle may l-e no improved as to be brought to a rtate tortfcrifif? on rx-rfectioti. Tis in thi way the Ayrshire, the Devons, the Iur hamii, the allowayn, the Jerseys and the Shorthorns liave U-en brought to their present fctate of excellence I would not detract from them in advising the breeder to improve the native rtock, but would rather try to encourage them in breeding each type pure and distinct no far as potible, and through thfuvrfti-e to a higher grade tlie native stock. We need to learn of the wild animals in some recpects. Tiie instincts of the ma...

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