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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 20 November 1874

Batt Hsndutky St., Ward door from P.O. rSSXZ: t2 00 Per Ale am. in Z1tilc. Findlay Business Directory ft, at. i:tllWiLl.l, AlliSS... A a l-i. Ik auu ..iSlli, A4 e m M.giu i .11 c . a. lJl AIM BtmUy .lMUtU W WIMiHB IUW M-ll 4 U-. A. .-! vi Ceov will attend 4tfVia4MaAIUI-iS'l:pUUUt. tlllo w . V A UH4 UiH B- 4 T fuu-a a. I e al La w. onioeup Mwn, First UUW OWM M W SWI . II III!., " 1 M I J ( U. II. I O I LI fc. T. La, A rrRxicy at law. ' viJi iii 4iK ctuOding, Wart aid afii street. Itvev. . XA-U. . at. AJtbuuw. aao. v. rKmUTo . iToit.N'i.Yaai Law. Will attend earetully A, 4mA promptly to ail Binds of businees. . . . i I jjai..ll jih.u 111 I'tLlM - llrutlILL f uaure,Ci'.tveacjug uu Cviieclloas Ol .V' Dovuw tluuwrs' itus 04m, north oi Court t Mouse 4. M. JtUHlOH. a TlOtt.NKl AUD COL'fOfcLLOK AT A Lm.m. riudlay. uiilo. UUw la "Head luriars evuiiuiua, ''North-easioi CourtHouse Will alteuu piu.ipUy to all (Hialueaa euiroal eu In ill cn.ru i iii ii in- JilUJullirli, i TTOUJJKT AT LAW inoauar...

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. — 20 November 1874

Findlay, O., XoTcmber 20, IS74 ? r. r;- The long winter fivmajs are upon u- and as you draw around the family cir cle, safe from the f-tonu without, you want a :o:v of the Jefkkk-osian. It will be a constant and faithful vL-itor liririL'ini von useful ent.-rt. lining and r r 4 j iiitttrue.tive reading. It is f-trietly and wjuarely ale.mperuw p"j" r,Hw while f xercis'n? charity for all, lias itej r-yinpa thy for that clam of lin-n wlio j-r-i-t i:i gaining a livelihood by destroying happy homes and beftttring families. Vlii!e Republican iu politic!, we propo.-? to be independently to, ready to condeiim wrong-doing and corruption wherever it may occur, and to give credit for official fidelity and integrity wherever it inny be found. We offer in another column to rend the JKFF. free lor the remainder of the year 1871, to all Cash Si .-usckibkr forlS75. Z-iJ Will all friends of the paper call the attention of those who are not Biilc:-ibern, to this offer. V want to commence 1H" with 2.VJ...

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. — 20 November 1874

NEW YORK LETTER. THE CITY AS SEEN BY A FINDLAYITE— GOSSIP—PERSONAL AND FASHION NOTES New York City, Nov. 10, 1874. ilatrt. Ed-Mm I arrived in ibis tbe lag est city ia Uie United States on ibe evening f tbe UH'X. Lenin j tbe Hudson River Ie- t, I -00k my route down Fifth Avenue tbe residents of which probably represent more capital thai any atreetin tbe world. In fact, it U tbe ambition of every wealthy man to Ifre on that street. Passing Jown the Ae nse, I passed tbe maroie palace where A. T. Stewart bow resides. Ibis residence ia put on tbe tax duplica e at ;JQ,000, and bia per aona eatate ia entered at f3,G(O,0U0. Ilia wealth ia estimated at $00 (AAI.OUO, four timer the value of a 1 the property in llabcucic county, lie baa got rich by selling hry Goods at at mali ptcfii, and a lliug large quantities, and I bear with pieaau that the Messrs. CaiiiaL.n., of jour city, have adopted the same motto, and a a result, they are doing a thriving business One of tbe first persons I met here ...

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. — 20 November 1874

Home, Garden and Farm Painting Shingle Roofs. writer in the Industrial iluuMy discusses the subject of painting thingle roots in thin wise : If it is an economi cal practice to paint any other part of an architectural structure, luos assured ly it is a eotuin-ndable practice to paint shingles. V.'e never could underhand why certain builders have persisted in advocating not to paint shingles, except we judge them to be influenced by mer. cenary motives. Every intelligent build er is aware of the fact, that Single and hiding when not painted, will wear out very much sooner than if they had been protected by a generous covering of paint. Hence, reasoning from a selfish policy, it is better not to paint shingle", because the paint will promote theirdur ability, and whatever promotes their durability tends to diminish the labors of the cratt, and thus curtails the reve nue of civil architects. The house in which the writer was bora was covered with sliaved pine shin gles in the year, 1S0...

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 November 1874

1)2 VV UJjI i XJXVWiJ... r.r.r. East Sandusky St., TJiird door from P. O. Findlay Business Directory D. - IKAIlimLICT, 4 nruutv at law cisim A. lit " "".rT..:-. lutruste 4-4 a tei-J HMMtf .. -WWW " ' 4 Tnms.i seti-" onioap uui. rinii A IMH OUIO Ol UHUl A-o-, " " 7i If A rrjRser at law. ornoe In the New 3auk Building, Went side Mwa lr;t,.SoW. . iU-lf. . OUO.W. rKKDLETO FESULETOS TTORNEYHat Lew. Will attend care tally 7 ssrs- .-a wu--g- -r... . i ....ivMiiAnitf ADd Coiiectlonii ii nceoTsr'.iuUete' Hit o1 Court House I, p.. 1K72-U. .... . . . lv.i'!iit'iTtn AT .Idi.v. oblo. Office tn "Head- uusru-rs bul iuk, North-easlof Court Hou Will tu-ul iHu-uptly to all 'JftVlJJ" M T III ' " J A MED A. BOPK, TTORXEY AT LAW ofBo over W. L, Dsvl. a Co. Stow. ! Street. Flndlay. Oblo. jspr. Ii. 711 JACOB F. BtlHIT, 1 TTORNETANDCOCN8ELLOB AT LAW A and Notary Public Will attend prompt- y to all business entrusted to bis care. Par tlealar attention (Wen to Collections. Parti tioning of Land, and business...

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 November 1874

Wlit gfffeoutan. Findlay, O., Xorember 27. I Wi. 4-, r. ?S -c I I The long winter evenings are upon us, and an yon draw around the family cir cle, safe from the rtonn without, you want a copy of the Jeffrksosiax. It will be a constant and faithful vii-itor bringing you useful, entertaining and instructive reading. It is strictly and squarely a teineran:e jxtper, and while exercising charity'for all, lias no cympa thy for that class of men who p-riit in gaining a livelihood by dehtro in happy homes and beggaring families. While Republican iu Jollities, we propjse 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 tend the iK.vr.frte for the remainder of the year 1S74, to all Cash Scbsckibkks for 1875. 52TWiIl all friends of the paper call the attention of those who are not subscribers, to this oiler. We want to commence 1S73 with 23W ...

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 November 1874

( mm I Largest Stock cf Drj Goods Cakkahakb' Assortment of Dress Goods, Bilk and Fancy Goods.and Dry Goods, of 11 kinds, the most complete in Findlay. Carnahans are selling BLACK CASHMERES, COLORED CASHMERES, BLACK ALPACAS, STRIPED DIAGONALS, PLAIN DIAGONALS, REAL IRISH POPLINS, REAL L TONS POPLINS, BLACK SILKS, COLORED SILKS, And mil the new styles of Dress Goods at the lneest Price. GO TO Carnahans For all the Colors and Shade of WATER PROOFS, LADIES1 CLOTHS, FLANNELS, YARNS, JEANS, SATINETS, CASSIMERES, CARNAHANS Have a complete assortment of 6 LOVES, HOSIERY, NUBIAS, TRIM MINGS, for Dresses, and all kinds of NOTIONS. CARPETS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, CURTAINS, LA CB S, fiADIBS' READY-MADE SAQUES, J LADIES' CITY-TRIMMED HATS, LADIES' UNDER-VESTS, LADIES' UNDBR-DRA WERS, LADIES' FELT SKIRTS, mm. WfddiiigOu.fi.sa Specialty whs re iseD me Laissi mi We top tie ltast Mi We tetrp tie to Ms. We elir Ucusnal Mraeiits. O&rStcct is tie Lamest, Our Ms ARE TEE CHEAPEST! gindhn differ sou. friod...

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 November 1874

Home, Garden and Farm DESTRUCTION OF FORESTS. Some Rather Starling Facts and Figures. The constant and reckless destruction of forest is fast bringing as to a condi tion in which there will be occasion for real alarm. It U njt probable that any "scare" like that which a few years ago went over England, concerning the pros pect exhaustion of her coal supply will immediately occur in America, touching the loss of onr forest, but we with something near enough approaching it might happen to stop a w. rk that is full of evil promise. t m-ho?e I mted btates there in si iu t.ti'j ------- left but one realJy great tract of timber. It lie at the far extreme of our country, and consist of about one-half of Wash ington Territory, and a third of Oregon. California haa perhaps, 500,000 acres of forest now, of which fully one-half has been cnt away within the last two or three years. Here in Xe w York we have lio considerable forest left except in the Adirondack region. Our wealth of maple, walnu...

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. — 4 December 1874

I tgindlai) $tffttsoiiinn. TT7TrtTtrP tJOftC E4itrM4 SatUArd Cirrfl f rUtis "pu tains. Xatt &indu$kp St., Ttdrd door from P. 0. TXSXS S2 CO Ftr Auus, la iiTaie. Findlay Business Directory I B. as. KElKiMlLKT, a IfoKi.fc.1 AI LAW and Claim A, ul H 111 VltHSlMxC ItWlil St&MT iJll L . n. CtHli uw uuu iruiuutiy Ui iwiiMa UilrusUs. tvCvuV0yuciUfcuUllclUlleMJSlUoii. ollil Moow nu. 1. ltaluueuu DLlwiui.riiiuwi, UUKf UH statu!. . tiuu.l3i ouiotty ouuk, first J u. U C I. Dttl. Arrjusicy at law. OUlo in me New tiuil ttulidlna. Weal side Maiu olxeel,u. IS.V. -t I. W. U. AklaKOB. SO. V. PBMULKTOI) ASia;atai a rciBLtivai. ATfoKNEVgal Lw. Wlllalteuel carerul iei uruuiuUy. to all aintf of buslna kuui uuuuua given to Titles . f robale tuura,Cotiveyaf;ciiia and Collections Ol Ccoovor duuers' iru Slur, norm of Court it case N,p. . 1872 U. a TTOKNt; AK1) CUO'WKLLOR AT L. Kiudlav. Ohio. Otnce In "He-ul- uuaru-rm Kiil.iiu.'' Nortn-ea-K-ot Cour Will aueud uroaiully to ali buaiDew enirtuu 1 to Ula...

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. — 4 December 1874

She Mrthxmxm. Flndlaj, O., December 4.. ISM. ! t 5 Q I I I I I The long winter evenings are upon us, and aft yon draw around the family cir cle, safe from the rtorm without, you want a copy of the Jkfkf.rsomax. It will be a constant and faithful visitor bringing yon ueful, entertaining and instructive reading. It i strictly and squarely a Umpewnre jtnper, and while exercising charity for all, has no i-yuipa-thy for that claws of men who persist in gaining a livelihood by dettroyin? happy homes and beggaring families. While Republican iu polities, we propose to be independently bo, ready to condemn wrong-doing and corruption wherever it may occur, and to give credit forofficial fidelity and integrity wherever it limy 1 foand. We offer iu another column to M-nd the Jkff. free for the remainder of the year 1874, to am. Cash Slbsckibkbs for 1873. ;-W'ilI all friends of the paper call the attention of tliof who are not fciibscribers. to this offer. We want to commence 1S75 with 2.'0 sub-...

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. — 4 December 1874

e - i T I r Larwst Sleek cfDrj Goods Cabjuhaki- A"rtmtof IeM) Bilk and Fancy W5T' all kinds, the moat complete in Jrmaiay. Carnaliaiis are selling SLACK CASHMERES, COLORED CASHMERES, BLACK ALPACAS, STRIPED DIAGONALS, PLAIN DIAGONALS, REAL IRISH POPLINS, REAL LYONS POPLINS, BLACK SILKS, COLORED SILKS, And all the tew atylea ot Dreas Good at the IjaiteM Prieet. GO TO Garnahans For all the Colors and Shad of WATER PROOFS, LADIES' CLOTHS, FLANNELS, YARNS, JEANS, SATINE7S, CASSIMERES, CARNAHANS Have a complete assortment of GLOVES, HOSIERY, NUBIAS, TRIM MINGS, for Dresses, and all kind of NOTIONS. CARPETS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, CURTAINS, LAC US. LADIES' READY-MADE SAQUES, LADIES' CITY-TRIMMED HATS, LADIES' UNDER-VESTS, LADIES' UNDER-DRA WERS, LADIES' FELT SKIRTS, WfddittOalfi'iS a Special! VetaiBlie HewbsI Gcofis. e ten tie M fflss. 3 iffi Unusual Miceiits. Our Stocl is tie Largest, Oar Gsofo ARE TKE CHEAPEST! CARNAHANS indhji Jeffersoaiatt. Find lay, O., December 4, I74. To Foreign Subscrib...

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. — 4 December 1874

Making Manure on the Farm. Every farm should furnish its own re-' sonrces for manure; for, although, near cities, (the wise fanner avails himself of whatever waste matter he can get tlat is convertible into manure), the crop there cultivated are generally ,f an er Lansting nature and fully aufficier.t to carry off the extra fertility so added. But only a coiuparatvely small number of farms ure situated near enough to cities so that their owner can avail themselves of thi source of increasing the crops, and, tlierefore,the great uum ber are obliged to fall back upon th re sources of the- farm itself. It is an English maxim that "a good farm is like a good joint of meat, that only requires boating with its own drip ping." Translated, it means that a good oil contains within itself all the re- sources of increased fertility. It is true the Jointjof meat must have been first made good, and so uiuxt the farm. Man must feed the animal to get the good Joint; nature originally fed the soil ...

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. — 11 December 1874

indhf) efftrspuidtt. De WOLFE BIWSiSK. gBtip1tfa ?rrrj riuj UUrtuBg. .ffcwf &xnduku St., TJUrd door from. P.O. TZSXS: 12 eorrratt.iaiTitu. &itdlail gusiqess Qirptorg Attorneys at Law. 7 " a. It. KlllULi.I, ATTOKNKa AT LAW and Claim A" ul WUI pfacuce raw iiaeid C.. Urtii aud Miuid promptly to iratiuw rnlrualeo tu blacare. A..usc: Ol " " will aUi.U toUouveyaucluaaioJ l.u.lepolLloua. vyOioo feVuuril AO. L. MoluUcwa ttuildlug. I iulii . V. HttKI A i-X rtl. TtVUSt. ami Law uuiceup caa.rs, Finn A imui waui o. court Ht, r luUiay, U. Jau. if - a:. T. laa, A.rrjBiy at law. ...n iu m. Mew bauk UulldiUK. West side Msiu SLreel, Sum. W M illlUWI. eiO.I.MMJLITOK TroRNKVrjalLaw. WUlaiteud carefully A .n La all kluua ol bualue .uLTLwrs.Couveyanciu. aod Lolleelloa" Ol-..u-r Humn' Ltrua Store, north ol Court House H.p.6. 172-1'. J. M. J.BIMM, TTURNET ASD WUM!ILU) AT A Law. riudlay. Ohio, omoa in ne--.f.TT"'-.i...... 'i..rtii-eaja.ol Court Houao a Head- W.ll aueud pioaiptly to aU iaa"fim ' jam...

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. — 11 December 1874

ttfa uhtmmi Fis3!ay, O., December II.IS71. tir, P. J-, ( "y 1 I "i 7 "! I ! The long winter evenings are ujroii u-, and a you draw lirotind tlie family cir cle, h.if froi:i tin? Monu witli'Mit, you want a copy ol tli Ji-:Fi-"EIi.soM ax. It will le constant and faithful visitor l-rluiiU:K j'iii useful, enteruuiiiiij; iuhtr;:i't:K realiu. It is Mrictly and ("junx-iy a t':iii'n''iw 'r ji'iju-r, and while exercising charity lor ail, lias no syiiipa thy for that cl.ts.-i of men whv -r.-si-t in framing a livelihood by d-.-iroj iiiir !iH)iy homes and beL'-'ariiiif families. While Kepublican in polities, we propo-e to I indent ndtiU'j k. r--ady to condemn wroiig-iloiiijr and corruption wlnreverit may occur, and to jrive credit forolicial fidelity and integrity vhen-ver it mayl found. We offer in another column to wml Li'i iV.VV.Jff for the reaiaind-r of the year 1&74, to am. Cash Si-'B.-ckuj;-:! for 1875. J - Will all friends of the paper call the attention of those who are not euberril...

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. — 11 December 1874

DRIFT. DRIFT. Among the Holiday Goods. Local Business Notices. Urangos and Lemons R. Fellers & Co.' have just received a large stock of Fresh Oranges and Lemons. The nicest Shoes at Schwab's. Sheet Scsic. Ilollyilay. in the Odd Fellow', a large" stock of shect Music, very latest compositions out. Block. Us He h:.s the Candies for Bo idays A large stock of Stick and Common Candy, at SO cts. a pound, at Schuler Bros. Kimmel's is the place to buy your H" itav 1 resents. lw The !-t Custom Made Boots at E & l.cuick's. All warranted. I'sk Dr. Marshall's Lur.sSvnip.tlie treat et discovery of the nineteenth ccntun ; the only sure cure lor consumption, comrli coli is, asthma, bronchitis, and all diseases of the throat and lump. Price, 25, 50 an: if 1 per hottle. For sale by W. Carlin and S. A: J. M- llntier :!m e,iv Bulk and Can Ovstcrs, of best brani for sale at all times.at bchuler Bros., next door west of National Bank. Remember that Schwab will always sell to vou at 'Bottom Price...

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. — 11 December 1874

Home, Farm and Garden Theory of Drainage. . The importance of a thorough t-vstem of drainage cannot be over estimated Its importance Is beeoi.-iuiir each year more fully appreciated by the farmers in this region of Ohio. In results there from we realize only the first fruits, and that to a limited extent. The benefits which must accrue from engineering and scientific kiil as applied to the opera tions of fanning, will hereafter be more apparent. Under the above caption we find the following judicious remarks from the pen of Mr. J. H. Klippart,- Esq., to which we invite the attention of our readers: "The chif object of drainage is to liberate the superfluous moisture in springy land, or such lands as have an Impervious strata near the surface of the soil the carrying away of the wa ter which accumulates on the surface, from rains, snows, or freshets, is a sec ondary object only of thorough drain age. When there are springs there is a continued tendency of the water to foree through 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. — 18 December 1874

Milan at1 laV-V-V., -r-.preiara. ffaf Sandutky St., Tliird door from P. O. ZZ2.JS: S2.il er Ar.iBT la AiTatse. Ds WOLFE Br. Findlay Business Directory. Arr.'iiK AI LAW akd claira A 1. 1 Will p-actlo- ia. le rMa.-s--.u i,'.-. Cou:l fta i iUui (ipuiifi.i; in otisine lutiLfcU: io utae-an-. A J uitl !' of ' nc Peace will llld toOMivevaiioiir- '..lra.'.iy l-.-woi'lllous. ' itl.ce Umu No. i- Jelodewn i'uiMioc.Fiad'--. " m..uv I.ZK4 ;., t r "' u - at '-aw Ortloo siair. Find .A itunr -t-iuiiic'i.wu't Hco-m. Find, ay. Jan. 17 17.' if , e. t. in. A TTKNKY AT LAW. u:ri!-e in tae New Bank BuCHInj;. VVe.ii.id.: JCaiu rtrnct Nofiu. Nov iO if. . a. iiwii. ceo. r. r DLtTOJ A DtKSUS PES LKT4f . ATrottNEYHat Law. Will attend earelnlly ami oroinpUy to all fciud. of buslnct. Special ait'-uUon triven to Title , Probate -iiaUera.i'oiivcyanciliK and Collecllota- Of grvnvrr 'luiwm' liut -si r-. north of Court Hnw --p.. IK-2-tf. J. H. JVHtMtt'. . - urn iVklTVUfl lIK T A I 1 1 '- - r. i x,, ............. - I...

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. — 18 December 1874

tthe Mwsownn. i .- f'.udlay, O., IX cembcr Is. SOWING THE WIND. t ( WheD tlie Ujik cf E;in Joii.i:.-;.- rose e.aint ; tlie tyranny, wliioh for ceuluries fcsd LoM t!.om s:s L-iio-ts ' f Lurdenr-vlilch liad trampled uji,ri cry JyCiiian iristbict of tlieir nature, :r:d rrfV.i'l iiwm down wiiii nu iron l.i-i-i Into a ftate of l!i: Lorderii.K uj.ori tbatcf tbe brute cr atioii civilize.! world stood appalled at the ei.oniiity f tlie atrocities perpetrated I y tin? infu riated followers of Houckr.iuu, Uiu-ou. L'Ov rlurr-, aiid titer lender. Tii L lacks who followed the fort '.;:. f tbese leaders, Jelled their rude iti.r.le luenU of warfar e.s wr-rcilesiy j I:rtJ their former niaters used tLe lur'.i n:id tiie rank. When tliey eichat.ged their fetters for Fpearii and Ijitchets, tliey lie the wild beai-t.-i thit their oy r- s oru had made them. Does the hUtory tf l.e-ro fclavery in San Uouiiiigo prebeiit more revoHhip; scenes of cold-bloodsd massacre Uian Las been p rj-etmti d upon the lilac!...

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. — 18 December 1874

Willi! Largrst Mcekcf Dn Gsois . . t Tirttm Goods. CaKNAllAS AW"- ,Y ood. of Bilk and fancy wwm",- i-;,i.iv all kind, llie most combine in Findh.y. Carnalians are selling BLACK CASHMERES o COLORED UAHHJlIli.ii, BLACK ALPACAS STRIPED DIAGONALS, PLAIN DIAGONALS REAL IRISH POPLINS, REAVLYONS POPLINS, BLACK SILKS, i i HAIRED SILKS, And all the tew style, of Dress Goods at the U-eA Prire. r- ft GO TO Carnalians For all llie Colors and Shail of WATER PROOFS, LADIES' C LOTUS, FLANNELS, YARNS, JEANS, SATINETS, C'ASSIMERES, CARNAHANS Have jj complete assortment of GLOVES, HOSIER Y, NUBIA S, TRIM MINGS, for Dresses, and all kinds of NOTIONS. CA RPETS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, " CURTAINS, LACES. LAjPIES" READY MADE SAQUES, filDlES- CITY-TRIMMED HATS, -if LA DIES' UNDER VESTS, LA DIES" UNDER DRa ITERS, LADIES' FELT SKIRTS, WnMinOnlfi!$aSpffiaIlj W&ecu lie Latest ajlri WsTtfp tte SevBst GooHs. g teep tte Jew Mzi 3 dSLt UansnH Wmiil OfirStsck Is the LanLest, Oir Gaols kll IE CH mm UUUi 'findbr. Zhff...

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. — 18 December 1874

Home, Farm and Garden IMPURE MILK. IMPURE MILK. Important Facts for Producers of Milk and Butter. It luu long been na ad:t,UU;d fact :'.it orer-drivin?, beating, oroiiK-rwI-e tiiol treatiag mi!k cos.has a Midenry to de crease tbe quantity of milk. TL iner-t noviw about a dairy v.iil free'y udmit tbif! proposition tc be correct. But the wunc p r,ons will not, perhaps, b ready to edtnit t'.iat the iua!i!y in v.-il a the quantity of mi.k may be effected ' by audi treatment. And yet t'i"!i i ia-lu-patable fact. Hancock count can lx:- t "I ! large dairi, and yet statitics for J?73 riiowthat sl produces ClO.SZ'J po-m'Js of butter in her ohjhtef-ii ttrwnidiip, Union leading the van with Z7, C'J ponnds. A sin.e f.nu ia Findiay, 1I:-Kinm-t, Davis 4; Co., r'-jtort the ciiip nient thin season of over 1 12,000 pounds, il will thus be fft-a that thi iudnMry ia our county is a leading ow, and that no greater service can be done those en gaged in it than U. dissemination correct information in reg...

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