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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 5 March 1875

THE JEFFERSONIAN K. Q. DKWOLFK. U. J. DKWOLFK. DEWOLFE BROS. Issued Every Friday Morning. Second Doer east of the Pott Office. M eruit of Mul,awriillon: On ear ' hE Mouth.., lure Mouth,. ..I w Findlay Business Directory r. H. MEAB.ltNl.K1, TTOUNEV AT LAW and t'lallu Agent A. Will practM law Inrtiateaad U.K. lourt arid attend piouiptly to loaiiiew. iulruatel u tit care. A Juio of Hie Vumns will ttnd lntiiive.-ai,ciuaiidlklii;j'iei.oailiua. 'Jlbce Uuoin N . I S4.sio.leuu Buiidlug. Kindiay. U. C T. al". ArroRstY AT LAW. uffira In the New Bauk Building. Went side Malu Htreet, Now. Nov. ZMf. J. 11. JOH kfclwh. ATTORNET AND COUNHELLOR AT Law. findlay, Ohio. OUioe lu "Head quarter. Buiidlug.'' Nortb-raatof Court Houae Will attend promptly to all id nirw. ,U f.l.i.care ArildL!?' jtau a. 4 TTORNEY AT LAW ornc over W. I.. Davl Co.e Hlore. Main Street. r"lndlay.Outo. tapr. 14. .11 Jirir.BlaCT, AriKk,Y ANDOOUNHELIAOR AT UW and Notary Public. Will attend pronjpt- lu all bualuea. enU-tiMed to bin...

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 March 1875

FladlaJ.O., Mareta 5, IH7S. COUNTY-SEAT OF WOOD COUNTY. There much indirratioH expressed uucng men of all parties here over the Jact that WiL M-KlSl-EY, Esq., who jukrepregeuU our county ia the Hotie of Representatives, voted for the act to enable the people of Wood couuty to Tote oa the remoral of the county-Meat from Bowling Green to IVrrynburf,'. There are those who belie-e that the ra-opeaiug of this flht is but one of a fteriea of moremeuts to carve oat a new county from Hancock, Senea, Sandim ky and Wood. There ar other who in timate pretty plainly that a large amount of money iias been lined to enable cer tain rueuiberu of the Houfe to see their way clearly to vote in fuvorof an En abling Act. Be these thiiiK a they amy, the oj-ii-iog up of this old fight is an infamous outrage upon a majority of the people of Wood county. After two elections, which resulted in favor of Bowling Green, and after carrying the ca.se up to the Supreme Court, it vai fuirly decided that a majority ...

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 March 1875

Irgrst Slock of Drj Goods ( itiiiim1 Assortment of Dress Goodc. bilk and Fancy Goods.and Dry Goods, of ii i .j- .i - 1 .. ; vt-ii.... ail ajnus, tiie uiuei ujuiiviv Carnahans are selling BLACK CASHMERES, COLORED CASHMERES, BLACK ALPACAS, STRIPED DIAGONALS, PLAIN DIAGONALS, UK AT. IRISH POPLINS. REAL LYONS POPLINS, BLACK tilled, COLORED SILKS. And all the Lew styles of Dress Goods at the lMvoett mte. GO TO Carnahans br all the Colore aud Shades of WATER PROOFS, LA DIES' CLOTHS, FLANNELS, YARN JEANS, SATINETS, C A SSI ME CARNAHANS Have a complete assortment of J LOVES, HOSIERY, NUBIAS, TRIM VINOS, for Iresxe, and all khulx of 'notion. JARPETS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, CURTAINS, LA CES, LADIES' READY-MADE SAQUES, LADIES' CITY-TRIMMED HATS, LADIES' UNDER-VESTS, tT LADIES1 UNDERDRAWERS, LADIES' FELT SKIRTS, CARNAHANS'. WfddingOntfrtsa Specialty We lees fte Latest Stjta. f e tom the Newest Mi e m tie New Msl f e oEir Unusual Mnenb. DurStoci is tt8 Largest, OarGeals ARE THE CHEAPEST! TAWlftria 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. — 5 March 1875

Home, Farm and Garden THREE LITTHE GIRLS. One, two, three! - " ' Don't you see? Atilittlfrlrliee belonging to me. Ami Elsie, nothing vet can do But pat, and sleep, nd i out lier fort. And "make beUere" Mgry, and look very "A terrible irouUe," some folks say; Their lather and 1 think another way. Like a miser liis store, We count o'er and o'er Our treasures, though well we knew them before, - ' And number them out like bouses and lands; Kit little feet; and six little hands. Two that art prey and four blue eyes. Three httle heads toe think wondrous wise; Three roey faces with each a small nose. Thirty fat fingers and thirty fat toes. They look very quiet. But, I'll not deny it, They're capable, sometimes, of making a riot. There's Katie, my eldest daughter. She likes to dabble her hands in the water; Lola has found out a beautiful play, Scattering the ashes every way; While baby Elsie, the sly little minx! Can spill her milk anil look wine as a fphinx. One, two, three! As you may see...

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 March 1875

THE JEFFERSQNIAN K. O. DEW0LFK. O. J. DKWOLFE. DEWOLFEBROS. Issued Every FridayltoiEg. Second Door ea.t of the Pott Office. X.ruiot Hubntioii One lear.- - M, X M i ilii 1' . ' TLrae MouUj, .1 uu Findlay Business Directory f J. M. rLe, TTOREY ASDCoCSnELLOft AT LAW", L s-... r. MOH Uuuf, U V ' ' - . . t. T. ATTORNEY ATLAW". omlo tb. Back Bntldtu.. W.4 .Id. Ma Idw. Ko. Nut, .U-if. AKD txilTNHELLOR AT A KiVlu!''Nrtb-.lr Court Hw quarters Bo1,UUu,,fVVo ml) iMwlnees enlrust Wni uuul promptly K " "T" j( xk;. ed to Ms ; jamkm a. re. A or i. imIicCo.'i Rtore, Mala Ae-rouvrY ANDCOCNHELLOR AT LAW TTOKr-T "''V wiii attend prompt- ifeiurorrau" oUr WlCK on Main "trln B.JBloc. aeariT oppoalta m OMfi " MEHBT . T . T-TV1RVFV at Uw. OfllMop Htalra. Firs) ASth'oo.rtHou-. Fl,dl.y. O. ,. gl. I- U . i.KUF.a. ;, fkPFRATIV- k' () Offi-i.M-.u HUtrt, abov. K. ser uim" and skillfully performed. Beaidenee, io Weal UanlluHireeL D..J.I- HCBEB sk CO.. purs Dro--aarotee4. Corner -n MatnUroaa Mireela. T..aao. a.w -...

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 March 1875

Wht fcftowan. FiadlaJ, O., KrcU 12, I-75. DEATH OF CHAS. N. LOCKE, ESQ. Though not surprised.our people were no lew deeply pained to learn of the death ofC. Locke, Es-j., the junior editor of the Tifliu Trilniw:, and former ly oue of the editors aud proprietors of this paper, which took place at his rt-.-i-tience in TiCiu.Suuday last, at C tcl'wk, p, M. He leaves a wife aiiJ oiieclii.J a little girl to mourn his loss. Chas. 2f. Lockk was born in LL.le. X. Y., November 11, 1-S33, and was 2C years and 3 months and 21 days old. He first engaged in joumalibia with his brother, IX R. Lockk, (Nasby) at ibat time proprietor of this paper, now editor of the Toledo Weekly Made. In 1864 C. X. Lockk and I. S. Chas eeklis purchased the Jkj-tkksoman, and in 16G8, the firm of Lockks ii Ulv MER sold the paper to K. O. 1k1Voi.FK & Co., and the caine year purchased the Tiffin Trihuuti,u wlii.li paper Mr. Ixickk retained an iuterst up to the time of his death. Mr. LOCKE was a victim of that dread...

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 March 1875

4 Tfilfli! tatgrsf Stock of Ilrj Gcods C'aknaiiank' AswirtiiK-m rf lr- ..Ih. hilfe and Fancy ;kmIsiwI lry .-mIs. .l all kiudH, tlie most iliiiU-t.- in riiill:iy. Carnahans are sell ins BLACK CASHMERES. COLORE l V.A HH MERES, BLACK A LP AC AH, STRIPED 1)1 A tloNA LS, PLAIN 1)1 AVON A IJi, REAL IRISH PtU'LTNS, REAL LYONS l'tPLINS, B LACK SILKS. COLORED SILKS, Awl all tin- tew lvl-'f ln- C.ix at tur Isiwi Prim. GO TO Carnahins i.r ill! the Colors ami SIh.hIi--' ! WATER PROOFS, LA hi EX CLOTHS, FLANNELS, YARN JEANS, ' HAri XE7.S. CARNAHANS Il.ivo a roninli-tr assortment ir q LOVES. HOSIERY, Nl'MAS, TRIM ' iilNUS.fur HnssrJt, and all khvtst.f NOTIONS. VA RPETS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, CURTAINS, LAC EH, LA OIKS' READY MADE RAOVES, i il.1v I'lTV.I'UIMflfH 1 7'.S' Ij.I Uf UK . . . 1 s 4t..t..t...' ........ I. i III Its' VNhRR-VRsTS. LA DIES' UNDER DRA WERS. LADIES' FELT SKIRTS, Wr il ! i u 0 ii t f i f s a Sprria 1 1 y WfilcBDtlicLaiistiiik We tij Its KcwssI GgoHl "Ws m tic Jew SMB. We bEt Unnsii...

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 March 1875

Home, Farm and Garden. Home, Farm and Garden. The Sheep Interest In America. The ebeep business it beginning to settle down opon regular basis with vact proportion. The time has Img passed wlifn farmers in t;.e Kartcrn States cou'J prow wool at a profit in competition Crtt with Ohio and then with Michigan and ILinoirf. It was wise in thcm,tlifcrcfore, io breed food r.n:uia!.s to be sold for propagating purpo f-s,and thus Vermont Iid good trv;ec to the nheep intt-rc-t hy raising tLc jrade of American mericos to what is iriliscrif, b!e a Ciud type. I're?en!:j wool grow er further west competed with the Ohio men by producing large onantities of wool, and to tliey of Ohio began breed ing foe t-hcep ; thus gradually one fee liuu after another has been superceded as a specially woo! -producing one. and found the greatest prot in breeding for fine points, and now good rams are pro duced in western Iowa and Minftouri to be sent to the plains and Rocky Moun tain countries. Some five years ag...

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 March 1875

THE JEFFERSONIAN DEWOLFE BROS. Issued Every Friday Lbrnicg. Second Door caM of .he Post Office. i'.-rii- a" Six M:tni. 'I lit- .wljUit-, Findlay Business Directory. J. M. .., TTH1 V AMU i'l s.vS.I.I.' 1! T l.. . y ro.'ll.. oi.O . It. MfcA .. , ATT'lKXr.l AT LAW ami rlaim AKeM Will l wU' lw i.iSu..l .....I and allci.'l .rmpllv K. taiMW' ml rusted I" Ulhw. A. JJUW"I I'.-aw will '' t tiKJii ''! lak ims-lei."" .lliee -KoimVi.1 Xelliillii''l! " ' :. t. ArToRNIiY AT LAW. Odin- la III NVwrlana Boll-line. Wd nut MaluHlrrrt. NOW. r-.-tr. 22-lf. J. II. J-H-IW. 4 TTOKSKY.. AM . " " y"' "I. TTOKSKY AM n.lTNsiM.M.It AT ItMIJi A. KPi:, 1 TT'.ll.NfcV AT U offleaowsr-r'. l..lavU " ,,:r UreelsKludlay.ol.io. apr.M. i JACOB r. bi:hkt, ATTOKNKY AMM.-OUNHKI.IHt AT La and Sota.y Public. Will Hllend .r..i-.Mt v lo all Ihwuumo --iiirusi.sl f -"""..' "'. tloulxc ol Uiido, aud tout" Proi-at. ' orM'K " Main HI iw .In mn i vi:ii. B-taTlV Opuoklle !': "' ' "'- lii:!tKV Kit -. ATTOKSK - Mli.-. .... Hl,.s Km--. 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. — 19 March 1875

Wht If iters oman. I fudlaJ.O., Mar li I'J, 175. REPUBLICANS ! Attend jour primary meetings t hki-" , irf-lect ffxxl men, and tl n turn out on the day of ! -ltin and jrive tlieiu fvcry legal rote you can bririfj out. Put no man on the ticket that j" cannot cordially u.ijrt. WOOD COUNTY IN THE LEGISLATURE. Ths question ol tli rviuoviil f.f tin Oouiit'-H:at of our iii'i,'liboriux rouii'y of Wood has Licked uiii:ie a hm f in th Ohio Ix-gislu-ture. It was Ijoldly cliarKed, after tin? enal!iii(f iu-t wan pawed, tliat money had Iweii us'd to m r.iire iH pasKifje, and, as is customary in mch ease, a committee was ajipointed to look into the twitter. Th- Speaker pro l in. (Mr. McOiy, of Uossj, in mak ing lip the couniiitee, f-elected iiii'Iiiikts who had voted against the Li'.l. SuU fueutly four meiuJjeri, all of uliom had voted for the Liil, were added lo the Clowmittee. Thereupon Jlr. d'ordmi, ,'lin.innaii of the Committee, offered a resolution adding 3Ii'-rs. Mefjiin and 1'arker to the C...

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 March 1875

Tit Largest M i CARPETS IN FIND LAY ! CARNAHANS Cakkaiian have just iieue-l a I-aiye J.ii. uf Caw-em for tti- Sjirin? Trail"-. NEWEST STYLES, NEWtiST COLORS. Itni wIm C-rpH. VrnrllMit MrlM Mi-prf. Ilrrap rK-lis Jtaw rp?t, f'loer OIICIoIIim, ZD Will sell you CAKi'ETS Cleaiisr ttei any M in FinSiay. You ran Save Miincy by giving lliem a call. CURTAIN "LACES, CURTAIN LACES, CARPETS. 0 (75 Are niienin?, eneh day. all the New Styles si'iunu oukss goods. It LACK ISIULLIANTINES, It LACK 31' t HAULS, COL'tUED A LP A CA ft, SILKS AND WriJAS. Yu will always find Hie Newest and M ft llininilile Iie. floods at our Store. c;o to Kur I-itest Stylt in everyil;in LA PIES TIES, LA DIES' COLLI RS. LA DIES' CUFFS, LA DIES GLO VES. A Larire Line of Lawyers' Oassimcrc con tinuity ou liand, SUITABLE for MEN and BUS' SUITS. Are receiving New Goods daily from all the l,ulin!r Manufaetoriex in Kuroc and America. We pro -ose to sell liouils and SELL THEM CHEAP ! ! Give us a Call mmm New Advertisements. jl ( ...

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 March 1875

Home, Farm & Garden. Home, Farm & Garden. Value of Wood Ashes as a Manure. New land if proverbially good, not that it L8 aore largely tlie elements of fertility in general,! the trees take care that this in not the caws, nsin op the natriment that is annually fornihhed liy the leaves, but it owes iu value to the potash left after the land is forced over, as is the eae, also, in breaking op the prairie. The principle will le clearly eeen by giving it a single thought. The ashes furnish the mineral or inorganic part, the atmosphere the rest, the soil containing sufficient other material (names, clay, sand, etc.,) for basin. But science or philosophy aside, it ban been found that ashes arc a superior bencGt. Around an old heap of spent alies there will always be a circle of rank growth, usually of grass and wood of Lluihh col or. Thia is found to be the cae what ever the soil, I have noticed, and also in very poor land. Uuleached ashes have a still more marked effect, showing 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 March 1875

THE JEFFERSONIAN B. e. DKWOLFE. - J PKWOLFF. DE WOLFE BROS. Issued Every Friday Morning. Second Door east of the Pott Office. 'J'arrna l Hul)cn(tio: Nie i rr S: x UutiUM TUi- HuuUu, . 1 Findlay Business Directory. a. m. riLitK, Ftudlay. Oi.ii.. OITjo. r Mure. t.UUMM eK-Ot-d o.f ,Up.l '.. ( . TTOK.NKV AT LAW aud :lm. AK.nt A Will priK-Uc law liIKl U.B. (Mi l aJd attend promptly u, bu.iD. D'truaUsI ' oli-eare. AJuuoI1IicPm will attend -K.ia No. 1 Moiodeon fcuildink.Fludlay. . Attorney at law. ..lOoe In " Mew Baak Bulldll.. Weat .We Main Mrmt, MoM. f.W. Zt-U. , . a. M. JUUiklO. TTORNEY ANl oi:NKUXH AT t ".."- ... . V., :J. 7 . -Head u a., llr. Ku.M .... ' No. II.-""- ' w7,u.ari,.o.,.u, to .ii "'T'jiJSr1' JAM KM A. tUtrW., TTtiKNE AT LAW uflomtf L.Davl.aCoe Mora Jlala Ure-t,l''lndiay.Otilo. lapr. 14. Tl JACOB r. BCBKITi ATTORNEY ASDiXJlISHELLOR AI La and Notary Public W" "iVud """fi" v u Till tum enlral to bla cxre. Hr tfeala? itEntK.u ln ""bX llonlu of land., aud buio. la Probai.-. riC...

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 March 1875

FlatdUJ. O-. Mrcto 20, IS75. THE SPELLING SCHOOL MANIA. Thin furore for limiting up tli EU. mentary, Metro flVy, and Welmtere L'ua bridged, mid tackling our Ditdoor iiKiibor witU arbitrary itiouosy Ilabl' a and Jaw-breakinjt poIlyeyHalde, may not only result in uincli good in that it will improve and perfect nx all in thiit much to be dettired (we liad aliuoht Miil iu Oft to be destiredi biancli of an (-duration, but it may rehult, also, in bringing uh to a realizing w-umj of the fact tfiat ill our graded hcuooIk, eciaJly, this important, fuiidaiuental Imuicli of f.D education i entired too much ignored, or that our new nyntetu of learning or thography aJuioet entirely ignores the orthoepy of the language, and l not cal culated to make our children good read en an acquisition much to be desired, and, we are very sorry to be compelled to aay, rarely to be found. Perfect articulation and enunciation, the Unit and essential requisites for good reading, can certainly be acquired best 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 March 1875

Tie test Sirt of CARPETS IN FINDLAY! CARNAHANS Cakkahaks nave Just opened a Lar-re Line of Caupem for Hie Spring Trade. NEWEST STYLES, NEWEST COLORS. KritMM'lH 'arirt. All WmI InKralo 'arpet. VriMtlNR hi ripe tferprfM, llrmp C'arpelK, ittag 'rpU. Floor Oil CIaIIim, go 55 00 Will U you CARPETS Onr tin any Store in Finfliay. V'W cn Save Money by giving tliem rail CURTAIN LACES, CURTAIN LACES, CARPETS. CO Are opening, each lay. all I lie New Hlylrt SPRING UKES3 X)I)S. BLACK liMLLIANTTXKS, HLAf'K HollAIRH, VOIAlREl) ALI'ACAS, BILKS AND 1DPUSS, You will always find Hie Newest ami Most Dosiralile fress (ioods at our Store. GO TO For Latest Styles in everything LADIES' TfES, LADIES' COLLARS, LA DIES1 CUFFS, LA DIES' GLO I'ES. A Large Line of Lawyers' Cassimerc con stantly op hand, SUITABLE for KEN and BOYS' SUITS. Are reoeivlne New Goods daily from all the Landing Manufactories in Europe and America. We proiosp tn sell Goods and. SELL THEM CHEAP ! Give usaOall ill MS mEam BUS WILL fho Larg...

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 March 1875

Home, Farm and Garden WORK. BY MARY N. PRESCOTT. Sweet wlnd,fir wind, where have you been ? Ie ben .weeping tbe cobweb out of tUe sky Ie been grinding the grirt in the milliard by; Ie been lauguing at work while otlT igli ; It those laujrb. woo win!" Sweet rain, toft rin. what are you doing 'I'm urging the com to fill out its lls; I'm helping tlie lily to fashion it 11 Ik; I m awelling the torrent and brimiuiug well; . , In tliat worth pursuing "I we oeen wuciuug n. - lings lie; . . I've rang them to sleep wit h a lullaby ; By and by I shall tea h them to fly. L'p and away, every one!" Honer-bee, honey bee. where are you poinjr To fill my basket with precious pelf; To toil for my neighbor as well an myneli ; To find out the sweetest flower that griwf. Be it thistle, or be it rose A secret worth the knowing. Each content with the work to be done, Ever the tame from tun to sun; NuOl you and I be taught to work By the bee and tbe bird that acorn to shirk Wind and rain fulfilling His wo...

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. — 2 April 1875

THE JEFFERSONIAN k. a. DKWOLFK. ). i. lr...I.H . DEWOLFE BROS. XOaUCU J-lVCI J A.11UC.J JJLL JJ Ulli. Second Door east of the Pott Office. 'J rluM l HulMri1iuii: Hie V ear - ... tela Mouiii.. Turae MUn, ... .... .... I Findlay Business Directory. J. M. fAI-SI., ATTORNEY ANU(X)l'NKl.ilK AT LAW. Ftndlay. wl.io. fll'j over Paieoir au.re. kilri.-'ecial auor.ut Ira. l-i 1'7 II IV . ftKAKUfcl.fcl , a 1Tjiit AT LAW and Claim Agent A, Will practlca lw Id Hlasiand U.f :. Court tud attenn promptly to buMliea. lulriuOed lo tuacare. Aa Juatloeof the Fence will aiu-ud t0uveyanciuiiaullakiriKd-p"lliii.. Oflii-e Kooiu No. 1 Melodeun building, Kindlay. t. m. T. DlS. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OflVwIntba New Bank Building, Waal aide Mam rtu-eet. Now. Ng.tm J. M. JH !. ATTORNEY AND OOUNHELLOR AT Law. Fitidlay. Ohio. m- In "Head jiurlcn HuiMins."NiM'iliM-iuiuf Court Hooae Wul iunl ot'iaiptly lu all bwdiieaa enlruat- '1 lo ill, ear i'L?'.-? III Eft A. HwrK, HuK.NfcV AT LAW oitmonrW L. llavi-ACo.'a fttore aaln st...

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. — 2 April 1875

frli.dUJ.0-. Apr" a. THE PEOPLE DEMAND A CHANGE. Two year ao staying Kt Ikhu- of a fkki ItepnMieaus ifave the Igi-sliiture this SUr-' t-j tlii I)-uio:ra'y ami ele that aritijaat-l nid intensely soppri.sli Itaurhou, William Allen to tltt Gubernatorial chair. Kntritifiiirs.. mid apatby, Miperiuduoeil by Credit Mol.il-i-r aud Salary jnibliK in our iifttioual council, brought about this r.iult. L'u der the Hpecious promise- of reform, the Iciuocracy marshaled their forces aud aided by Republican apathy gaiued full aud unlimited fcway over a State that had for fourtii-n yearn been under Re-public.-ui rule. The lirst move of the I) laocracy, after taking possesion, was to iuwtitute a searching inWif?ation of the fourteen years of Kepubiicau rule. Thw was prosecuted with utjfla"xiiig xeal by the ablest tuen of the jxirty, and the Committee was com polled to report tliat uot a single tr.ute of corruption could be found, and Hie report was made accord ingly. Such was the record of the Re pub...

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. — 2 April 1875

The Laigest Stotk of CARPETS IN FINDLAY ! CARNAHANS Cabhahak Lave just opem-d a Large Line of Cakpbt for lue Spring Trade. NEWEST STYLES, NEWEST COLORS. UrauMl. Carpet. All WnI lacrala Carpels, YtfirtlM htrlpe Carpei, lletap Carpet, lta Carpet. Flr OIICUIbN, 3 go Will aell you CA.KPETS Ctosr tlsn w Store ia ?Miay. Vim ran Save Money hy giving them a rail CURTAIN LACES, CURTAIN LACES, CARPETS. 3 B Aw opening, rarh day, all the New Styles Hl'lilN'G 'DKESM GOODS. BLACK MULL I A NT I NES, II LACK MO HA IKS, C(H,ORED 4 LP AC A 8, SILKS AND J'oJ'll X. Yu will alwav find tlie Newest ami Mf Dctiirshle Drews Goods at our Store. cjo to Fr Idlest Styles in cverytliins LA DIBS' TIBS, LA DIBS' COLLA RS, LA DIES' CUFFS, LA DIES GLOVES. A targe Line of Lawyers' Cassimere con Mantly on hand, EDITABLE for MEN and BOYS' SUITS. Are rereivinr New Moods dailv from all tlie Leading Manufactories in Europe and America. We pro mar to Bell Goods nd SELL THEM CHEAP ! I Give us a Gall mm Mlfflffll BUSHOI W 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. — 2 April 1875

Home, Farm and Garden Value of New Agricultural Products. Tie o'd wying that a m.-w broora twetpj clean applies ith peculiar force to tbe eulject of agrieultorej product". The question whether a new grain, fruit or Lreed of animals i superior to an o'd one of the same class, i seldom taken into account or discu-aed ; and it if- well that it is not,for apathy would then take the place of that enthdKiain which a novelty call forth, and which is the foundation of great success iu almost any calling. We do not wish to be under stood as asserting that our farmer have no fixed purpose of their own,or that they are weathercocks, suuffiiig every breeze for something new ; but we have not failed to notice the many new broom which sweep clean for a few years, and then go to the chop for repairs or a new name. Of course there is no denying the fact of progress in agriculture, and that tew platits have been and are conntautly in troduced, some of which are improve ments upon the old ; but the a...

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