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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 16 October 1874

Jtinaicui gjeffcrscuidti. Editor. - o itt-iu.Uj X. TuirJ. door f tom I. , iie, fAotAJi. o-si victi uy, . ill., ' o coca, i. ui. f i cr iuecut iuLru First Conrcatiortal enure uv A iio.. OkiUcu, i'iilur. &erv-es 4 IV;' . MdtntJit episcopal Church-Kv. Win Jue, t'wr. oejvice al I0i . iu. huii u'ciu-ujl, p. na. i'mer iueLiuj 'lii Unt il.! f fcVcUlil- IMiillUkk' feU, uf MlUU. English Lutneran Church Hev. ooik Oilier, ftor. rei voc i io4 a. iu. ua p. in. fisr ueei-iijg liiUfMiAjr evfeiaiugaw tiwioia uuel, inert ui M.uu. United Brethren in Christ Kv. A Hum, I'mIui. &;iv.c iu IV a. in ftiiu u uK, p. Ui. rra.er uueuuic luuriMi Church of Cod-iUer W. . BhimII, Fu rrrv.cr mi lu a. fa. and 7 o'clock. I, to. naer uit-LiLi x iiurftUMjr cvvuuik. f aiitsoL. oi iam. St. Michael's Catholic Church He. .. A, iuu.iit, aioor. fc,vtr oilier tsabbaib. - ii-a i4Mi B o ciucit, A. M.t UlgU Mm tutiii'-tA.Kjt iiumu auti frreiicii. Mtv every lum uibh at ft ocloca, A. Ji. Weal end ui Aiii-cioaa street. Cerm...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 16 October 1874

I'lndlHJ, O., October 1G, 171. RESULT IN THE COUNTY. In another column will be found an official table giving '" result in this county, which Mio's that a r,art of our eonntr firkf-t Jiai been elccteil. Thi , result w "ue to the fiict that larj-'e Lumber of the let aii'l mot-t influential ' wen ill the Ieuioeratic orKuniiuitioii re fused to curiport unworthy men. Thi- is a stinging rebtiKe to a faction arel an i organ that for the Ja-t tx months i-.tr done nothing but pander to th-v.or.-t )afions and prejudices of men. The men who broke away fro;u all patty tW-s and affiliiatioDH to meet and settle this bene were not noi-y d'inagogiii. bi:t men of character and influence, ami the .work they performed carricH us out in the assertion. They i-rve the thank of pure men of all part'en, but perliap feel bent rewarded by a consciousness .f duty fearlessly and faithfully performed. We feel also that the Republicans of the county, who marched up to the content in an altno-1 unbroken phalanx ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 16 October 1874

CAMMS Is THE PLACE TO BUT Flannels for Shirt. Flannels for Dresses, Flannels for Underwear. Woolen Tarns, all Colors and Grades. Carnalians' Ar Selling their Large Stork of J en u h, NnUne-te, Ail oi TweedM. All H ! Ca tlmerc at n Ureal tied union. iH TO Carnahans' FOR Waterproofs of all Shades. Cashmere for Dresses. In all lbs new Bliaden and Colon. FALL STYLES OF DRESS GOODS of a. I kinds. 0 TO Cainalians FOI Trimmings, JACKS, TIEN, GLOVES, And all the novelllm, I'avejiist oreued a luiyc Hue of gooes lor FALL and WINTER Aud Everything Else In the line of DRY GOODS. fMS, MEANS hnTTTin TnlTTntn UliUllIU, I U1IUIU, a( is a of of no be 1 India), O . loI-r 16, I7I. New Advertisements. Roar! of Examiners To Tear hers. Sirah A Mrothcr Executrix Notice. .1. ;. Aver A- Co. Hair Yijror New Y.'rk Triliuu 'Extras." 4. ('. Awi ( . Cherry Pectoral. If XI. m si.nksh xon ts. Trii-i- M. E. Church For Sale. N. W. Normal Sclnx.l Practical. .M. B. Zny rincst Display. X. W. Normal School Great Demand....

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 16 October 1874

Home, Garden and Farm (From the Cincinnati Gazette.) Produce—Exports and Prices of Grain— Something for the Grangers. At thl tinifi, the fanner Myist nil trades and prof-ions) liu. tl'1' p'uh; of life in his f'V.ii huri'K Hut, to avail himself of that fact, l.e inus-t know how to aw it. A i" .tij-t u.jM.rtineiit of industry n. I coj.i;;tw, liis attention is aiverted from the tnie of his P' Jj'.rtatiities to a fanciful purxnit of im ..,-... Wi11.; f,.r temporary ' 1 Tbit the cost of freight from b- V. est to the Atlantic i fcfch, tLere is i -lou W : but freights were vastly higher v.hen there were uo railroads, and when any preut exportation of grain was iiiirxA-M- Lie becan of high freight. AVhnt would we get hj returning to the oM state of things? "SijtMM mun would. Hailrosids ' Lave been tenfold the lenefit to fanners " tljit they have to any other class. They Luve uoutied the tnic of meat in every market of the United States, and they Iliad" bind ia Ohio, which was sold at - 3 pe...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 23 October 1874

Jfindiaji gtffcrscman. " -e- ' EcLUr ind P,r,r,r'. G. J. UeWOLir'E, i r EaA &iwl'i'iiu Third dtor Tihiii P.O. First Prosbvltf-an C..urcri -K t.ie r-.. !VitiJCu c. 2 .. Hi.. -U- c; ,.- u i':....r i --' i .iu.vi evens.. . vr'i '. .e...'.(l trei'w First Corv.rv.Tjon?! Church -Rev i . c.-..:. . Ml. fraiir meeUIOS A'bura- n.i, rt.'in.i4i, iii.v. .., acuiu ol ' Method. .ie".ia,-i..-iiKv- m . .-. - ...r m.-elinrf luura- uJt'eveu.i..'. c.-e. -l ol- ol Aall. . , . I !.'. 111. kud p. III? Viajel iU.c-.i. ll.urJy ex-l-.ll.lt. 1 kuihii n in Christ Kv. A fLui. oe.Vicea at i a. m aud J .,..'..., p. iu. fix-i'-l ""ii-iiuk luunalay C.iuicii of Cod-Lider W. P. - 1..1. rrtticu at a. ' 1.. .u. I'ier Uleeli..li i'l.unalay evenings. St. Micnaet's Catnohc Church - H. J 11 voui.j:. Pastor, tvery ouier riiu, "i!t la-si so'cl.a:. A. .!., HikIi 1 . , A. i , XUtSUl - " - rJ. :u-.i..o. iu.au aud J-relicu. Mm every ui'.?uii"i( at o'clock. A. At. WoM, ol M Hi u -C I oss tr ee l Cerman Lutheran tst JobnV) Chu...

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

She dktmm. Find lay, O., October 33, 171 Dissolution of Partnership. Kotice i hereby priven tht the J.mrtnfTsiiip heretofore dieting between the underaigne-l. under tfae firm name of L. ii. leWolfe a Co , is tfae printing bumnf". mnd owners n I publishers of the KixdlaT Jemerso.max. is thii day dissnlred by mutual consent. A. I. Miller Las'oM and traDferred big intereM in aid paper, presses and materials to K. ii. & O. J. UeVolfe, in whose bands tlie boriks, notes and accounts are left lr -tr lenient. Tbis change makrs it necessary to -itie ibe books of said firm, and In collect all ot- standing claims. All persons iu'ht.'e'I are therefore requeued to ml! and settle. Oct. 1. 1874. E. G. DEWOLFE, A. P. MILLER. To the Patrons of the Jeffersonian. It will be seen Ly noticeelhewliere tliat we Lave purclmsed, the- interest of Dr. A. P. Miller in the Jefkkksomas k FICF. The business mill 1e liereaftT inducted under the finu name of Dk Wolfe liKOs. We propose in the future, as in the p...

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

CABMAN JSTHK PLACE TO BUY Flannels for Shirt. Flannels for Dresses, Flannels for Underwear. Woolen Tarns, all Colors and Grades. Carnahans' ArSeIIinKtbelrLnre Sleek f Jeann, hnUnelti. All ti Tweedm All Hcm1 Can Ml in err at a Ureal tied union. OO TO Carn ab aiis' Waterproofs of all Shades. Cashmere for Dresses-. In all the new Shades and Colon. lALT STYLES OF DRESS GOODS of a.l kind. GO TO Ugiriinliaiis' ran iTiiDis, Friges, LU KS, TIE. GLOVES, And 11 Hi noveltl. HwVfjuM ornel a trtre- line or goods for FALL and WINTER SliSWlS, TdRh, And Everything Else In the linn of DRY GOODS. CARNAHAHS giudlan Jtffersoman. Findlar, O., Oclbr 23, 174 New Advertisements. B. Iluher Treasurer's Statement. Tenijierance Ieague Fair and Festival. Morrison A: ILckctUi htoves and Tin ware. Kx. Cfiiuniiitcc Teachers' Institute. K. . IK-Wolfe & Co Dissolution Notice. If. r. in-.'': A'lmini.itrator'g Sale. f.'. A. liiinn Kxemiiir'i Notice. IVut Piter Court Itocord. (. S. .Moslii-r Auditor's Statement. LO...

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

Home, Garden and Farm Wheat Without Manure. Our readers liavc been freijueiitiy al vigedof what has W-n done by llr. Lawee, of Knglimd, in the way of rais ing repeated crops of grain upon the same land year after year, both without and with manure. " Bat Mr. Ijiwes' la bors have been ezpf-rlineutai. We have now before us a report of the wiles of the standing crops of wheat, oats and clover upon two furius in England upon which these crops have been raied euc cfcfully for a do7.-n year?, arid sold standing, t be utand caijed away by th purchaser, both straw and trrain together, j'iio stock is kept upon tiiee farm 3fo manure L ued upon tliem. Deep plowing by titeam and draining to foriLtr difpwatLe'foil are the only means by which these crops are pro duced yar after year. On of thete farms downed and cultivated by Mr. Prout, of Sawbridgeworth, and con sists of 450 acres. The present season's crtip was chiefly wheat, which, sold by the acre ax S ctood, realized from to 39 per a:r for g...

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. — 30 October 1874

She fftomian. U VCLTl 2 SIS, Eiltan a4 PreprUi-n. guHiritr- ?rrr ,ridag Urning. Jat &irvluxki St., Tldrd d-jor from i (j. IX3-5: S2 C2 Par Aaaum. ia t.cs. Findlay Business Directory. ti0rsrfii t Jib:. . AW alltMILLI, A TTOKNt 11 UW and Claim Anl A Will iiracuoe lu InMlateand U.H. Court hud aueun promptly l buiiuai Intrusted to bUearr. A. J ueuca ul Ibe Peace ui alt .d tOouveyacinK and taking deposition. t Kooui No. L. MeluOnuu BUlg. itwiiay. u. as, a MY A KM4 AK4Bf B- ATrOrtSKVrt at Law. Office up fctsirs, first limn IWUM Wl VVT1 MVMaa, " w. A. u. ioia-i a- t. rnvmu, ATTjRStY AT LAW. Office in to Maw Bank Building, Waal aida stala Mnrt, (ia). uT. t-tC w. a. iiiiiuua. ao. r. PEii.rro AB ItEBUtw- ak rCIBLfTOX. a TTOR.NEVoaiLaw. Will attend carefully A and uiuuoUf to ail kind 01 Dusine bpwciai attauuua given lu 1'ltlea ; probata iuatter,Couveyanetug aud Collections Of Dwvvw Hubers' Drug Hure, uurln of Conn House cWp. . IH71-U. J. As. J4MI !- , ATTORNET AND COUNSELLOR AT Lmw, Kindla...

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 October 1874

'Mrf they were well ro rT-.vftl.e hospital and return T Tb'y both seeded sorry to K ma& ome coffee, winch hut we SfSedsadly- Then one gave a nil tbe oth-r brooch, as token ol their kind feeling." And did they never return C we ak ed. "One did not, fcr poor fellow, lie was killed in the very next battle in which be was engaged. HU companion wrote as about it, and the writer inh'urted npon opening a correspondence with luy sinter ; and boou hU letters grew into love let ters, and after a time they were engaged. Nearly a year after this our patient got leave of absence and came on to be mar ried. He put op at a hotel, and will you believe it, our own brother, who was in the Confederate service, and knew Dotting of niy water's affair, led a band of guerrillas at night into town and cap tured bis intended brother-in-law from bis bed. This not only deferred the marriage, but deprived the young Wetit Pointer of bis promotion, that bud been promised for gallant service iu the field. It ...

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 October 1874

CARMHANs IHTHE PLACE TO BCT Flannels for Shirt. Flannel for Dresaea, Flannela for Underwear. Woolen Tarns, 11 Colors and Grades. Carnahans' Ar tolling Uielr Large Slck f Jeaaa, Mlliflm Ail Ha. TweAda.AU Vtl Cae alMerea at a Great Ueductlaa. UO TO Carnahans' FOB Waterproofs of all Shades. Cashmere for Dresses. Ia all lb new Shades and Colon. tTLJL. STYLES or DRESS GOODS ofa.l kinds. CiO TO Carnahans' roR 'fivmi Fringe, L.CKS, TIES. OLOTES. A Dd all the novelties, mms& Have just 01 ened a large line of goods lor FALL and WINTER And Everything Else la the line of DRY; GOODS. f'lndlaj, O. OeloUer 30, 174. To Foreign Subscribers. After tie firtt of January thaU hart prepay the pottage on aO paper COIStt 0 OF THE CO C'A'TT. &tjteri?rt at a ditauu.pleiue note Ihitfaet, at wet JioUonly tend to tbote tch t pi j in adcane after tlmt date, a we eanwA af-mi to vaitfor our pay and pay pottage aim. THE "JEFF" FOR 1875. Extra Inducements. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. With a view to increa...

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 October 1874

Home, Garden and Farm Home, Garden and Farm Purchasing a Horse. Although it may not be nry tlt a person hbonld be perfectly acquainted with the mechanical structure of the horse' frame, according to the laws of nature, to render him a good judge of a horse; yet, fortunately for such as have them to sell, vast numbers of persons purchase horses from a very sh'ght x" perieuee of them, regardless of the proverb of "He hath a good judgment who doth not rely on his own." There is also another jroverb, prevalent, we believe in Spain, which well applies here : "He that would buy a mule without a fault must not buy one at all ;" and, al though faultless horses may be as rare as faultless drivers of them, we mill of fer a few hints to a person in the act of purchasing one, addressing liini in the colloquial style : rirst, bear in wind the uses for which you intend the horse. Secondly, until you try him, it Is hard to say what a horse will do. However, the following indices may induce you to ...

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 November 1874

iatii4ii'is,;j . .. uti'.i. 3SUS: S2 CSreAuss.bATM. Findlay Business Directory ttornru at gxir. I. It. KAHIIXLtl, ATT-JBNfcX i L.AW rn.ua Claim Asen XX WU practice law lie.iA4iu L'.H. Court aud attend promptly lo iuiue lair usteu lo bis cere. Aiiuuwurtu I'esoe win tiui.it lOCOUVeyeOCillKeUdlAklllgdepueltlODA. fficc -iwmb o. i. jieiudeoai uuudiua;, nudia. v. 1 & . ( V SUA I1U1S1. ATtXilkrt at Law OOloeup Htairs, First "W'J -TFUIU VI AJUl. UU I , ..... J , V Ju. 7. i; tf e. t. ai. Afr-fKNEY AT LAW. Jine in too Maw Bank Building, aid ma street, now. Hat. iU-tl. W. H. ABbBBltOS. OBO.F. rBDLKTO AIBCKMI A PCXDLIET9. A TTuKNEYd at Law. will attend carelully I. ua pnimpuf to an Etnas or uuwutat. npeciai ueauva mp U Tills , Probate iuaurs,Uooveyanclng mud Collection- Ul , Dnm riuiMn' lirug -iiire. aorta of Court XlOUse cWp.C. 187J U. J. M. JU1I t , TTVUSKt AND tXHJNHELLOB AT A Law, riudlay. Ohio. Offloa In "Head- i i i Hull iiii TJinili nasi of Court Umum Will auebd proaipuy to all tHUdn...

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 November 1874

Flndlaj", O., Xorember 6, 1S71. Dissolution of Partnership. Kotice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing between the umlersigne-1, ond:r the firm name of E. (J. lieWolfe &. Co., in the printing business, an ! as owner n'l publisher of the FmbLiT JiruR-ovu.v, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. A. V. Miller bas sold and transferred his interest in aid paper, presses and materials to O. J. IfeWolfe, in whose han ls the book", notes and accounts are left for seit.en.ent This change makes it necessary to set'le the book, of ..id firm, aJ lf . ou' standing claim.. A1J person, indebted .re .k..c,t ,A to call d settle. Dissolution of Partnership. Oct. 1, 1874. E. G. DEWOLFE. A. P. MILLER. Appreciative Patrons. We lt week Kent out statements of account on subscription to all subscribers in arrears op to the 1st of October. These statements arebeing daily responded to, and we are grtatly encouraged to believe that the beginning of the year 1675 will find the book ...

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 November 1874

mmmm IHTHE PLACE TO BL'Y Flannels for Shirt. Flannels for Dresses, Flannels for Underwear. Woolen Tarns, 1 Colors and Grades. Carnahans' Are SIUbr their Larce Slk of Jean, featl-eia, ah wpi Tweed. All I Cf itmrm at a Ureat Itedneileu. OO TO Carnal.ans' for Waterproofs of all Shades. Cashmere for Dresses. In all the new Shades and Colon. OF DRESS GOODS of I kinds. go to Carnalians' FOR ffiMil Fringe; 'hi ex. tie-., gloves, And all lh novelties. ' Have mat orened a largo line of goo-- lor FALL and WINTER Sills, Titos, Aud Everything Else in the line of DRY GOODS. IMI To Foreign Subscribers After the fir't of Juiiunry ve tl.nU lore to jirejmy the jtutnije on all itrGOI(i OCT Or JL C OCM '. S-.h-ri n ut a din btfif'..r" !ft' ';, f''r', r t--1' '''''If "i't t9 tl; ,t.!i i-'l "-".' . " " rre..h.A ' "'Jr o ir nwl pig THE "JEFF" FOR 1875. Extra Inducements. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. With a vii-w toiiif-re.-tr-.il"; our list for tlie coming ye-itr, we mukej the foil owing offer: To nil x...

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 November 1874

Home, Garden and Farm Wintering Bees in Cellars. Our experience ia wintering Lee cell" or clofed apartments Las not proved the system to be of any -iue. unless the greatest care is exercised to guard against the various contingencies that this system caum to operate against the well-beiDg of insects. Experiment which we have made in a email way, and observations through a series of years of the success of a care ful apiarian, who, in connection with other farm operations has been iu the habit of wintering from forty to fifty swarms in a dry and thorooghly-ventila-ted cellar, leave no doubt in our mind that, by this system, bees may be more successfully handled than by wintering on the stands where they are summered. JfeTertheless, we should not advise the practice, unless with those who are pre pared to give to hives wintered artificial ly, constant care and attention. Three years ago, we came into posses sion of nine swarms of bees, wintered in an out-house. Upon examination the hi...

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 November 1874

Jfin U.v.j 4itji'i:.ii..4n. aU5 IT 4 CakWl9. l r.prin.r. East Sjada-rk tit., Third dwrfi om i'. y. Findlay Business Directory Al llfa." wl ..'.a Lu III a.m .A.e a-aa. MCnu , .1 1, . 1 It-.. sAs4 AS' - (AAA CA .. . .. A Ma. Alt 1. J attjOUAA . a. .; Mstl UU4U, I AALa.a. , W. iiA-M-K 1 LA A . AUV. i-11 a llw.b)iu. uiu creialiy iwiMIMI W Mil ftiUU WJ UttiUt UAOf,WllVflHiUtf MU41 CoiM?dloi.M' Oi- Awur iiuiMti' Uiu auirv, uvim ol Coull Aaimmc J. M. illllttk. VlUilMll AliU U)l.MitLUjll Al i.. , . uamy, uuiu. ouiue iu "ilead va4iua ifciuvui," rHi-i courtuoiuw w ill muia vu.upu KJ Mil uuiua tniriuO aa to uiui AvijlJfi.J.iii. iiu a. Hurl:, A IloHMi AI U jjoeovvr A' JliaviaACo.'a Siote, slain Slreci, riauw . Ohio. apf. 1. "'ll JAt slllI-. BlatlaET. TTuHK ANl'OOUMikLlA'K AT LAW A MdNola.7 public. Win aUei.a prouipt uu taJ eliluMd to m UclYaTitVeuUou given '7 uirKjcK on Main BUweU" BoaannVBlock aeaxlv un" " i" ' HllUH A MLUM, TTORNfcVS AT LAW, iVuoe In k-MUiu- lllock. Klud:sy. OMo. Vfjaa. . u S...

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 November 1874

She dfttwnmi. 2 S 44 The long winter evenings are uik.ii us, and a joa draw around the family cir cle safe from the storm without, you want a copy of the Jkkfkksoxiax. It will be a eoustaot and faithful visitor bringing you oeful, entertaining and instructive reading. It in strictly and quarely a Uiuptruivx J"'r, and while exercising charity for all, lias no syuipa thy for that class of men who persist in gaining a livelihood by destroy iuu; happy home and beggaring families. While Republican in politics, we propose to be independently so, ready to condemn wrong-doing and corruption wherever it may occur, and to give credit for official fidelity and integrity wherever it may be found We offer in another column to scud the JEFF, ret for the remainder of the year 1674, to all Cash Subscribers for 1875. :-r7-VilI all friends of the paper call the attention of those who are not subscribers, to thin offer. We want to commence 1875 with 2500 sub- aeribers. We offer no premium, but will ma...

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 November 1874

NEW YORK LETTER. THE CITY AS SEEN BY A FINDLAYITE— GOSSIP—PERSONAL AND FASHION NOTES New York Guy. Nov. 10, 1874. ileun. E-liUn I arrived in ibis the U'g-'esieiiy ia the United States on ihe eveuiug of Uiei'8Jl. L-av;n2 th Unison Hirer De Dot. I eok bit route dutrn rifh Afnur J residents of which probbIj reprirn nt ni'jrc capital lbs aor sire .1 in il:e w.o t i. !. it i tie awb.l.un ot ever;.- a.ri, Uiu live a lust r?t. i'a-.u ;-,-u ue, I p-ei tiie man . , . c a. 1mbii o- ii-s. li, -r s ..i -t A v . T. .- m f aona estate ic entered at 3,U i,iri. W.r wealth if estimated at f-VlO.O.O'M, four t.'n.-r the valu of a 1 the property in ltic . county, lie Lap g.,t rich hj mv'.ltai Ihy tiwAt etasuali profi', an I liiiig largeqiantiiics. And I hear wilh pleasure that the Jlr. Carnahaof of jour city, bare adopted the name ant and f a mult, tliey are do tig A thriving business One of the first persons I tuFL here vil Mr. T. Carnaban, whoi here buying an immea e stock of goods for the Fall and W...

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 November 1874

Home, Garden and Farm Winter Feed for Cows. Vovir.Uv pped over into No vember and the Utter harvest ip--oeed to be all in, so that farmers know jurtwhat they have to depend upon for winter feed for their farm stock; and each one will use such feed as Le way chance to Lave. Those who Lave plenty of good meadow hay will not need any thing better as a principal feed, and can mix in corn meal or mill feed as a ! -gert. Those who Lave plenty of corn fodder, Lave a tolerable basis of coarse feed, but will need more of something else as an alterative; and the same may be said of those who Lave plenty of fair straw, and less of Lay or corn fodder. In the preparation of these sorts of feed, I discussed the question of cutting and steaming, at some length, last winter, with the general conclusion, that for people who have a ta1e and fkill and fa cilities for such operations, there is de cided economy and benefit in them ; but a.-; these necessary conditions do not ap ply to a majority of our ...

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