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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 18 June 1875

THE JEFFERSON! AN K. O. DTOIJe. DEWOLFE BROS. Issued Every Friday Morning. Second Door Ea.t cf the Po.t-CSice. Tmnii ol iik.c-ritio" : One Yew - " tsix Month.. 1 '" Three Moiitli. "' Findlay Business Directory. j.x.fiLiitl:. ATTORNEY ANOCOL'NBLLLOK AT LAW, rindia), Olllo. Orlioe owl l-aller-on a Mute. bulu, aeoom. door, up Mim. il O.'B. BKABItftLKY, ATrKSh.V AT LAW ami Claim AllL lil f wXloa law Id male alid L H.t ..url, aiai auei promptly l uuaiueaa enuu-ie.1 W liia cue Aa Jualioeof tuePeac. will Kit- lCTUVr)klK IIIK ! I I II It e posl I KM"" i c Mooin t. 1 Mexolruu feuii.iiiiK. fiudiay, n. :. t, in . L.Trottfcr AT LAW, urn. In New Bank lia.tdlm?, l M of Ma.u ntrael, h'o. v. ia-u.) J.H.JHM, ATTOKNKY ASUOOt'.NHKI.IlK AT LAW. MlMllay.Otiio. Ollloelli -HeauUi.ru-r' nuildiua, r-rlJj-auit ol Mirt Hfum. Will at tend fjMijUy to bunlne. entrusted Ui till J4MKM A. BOPK, TTOKNKV AT LAW, urtlneover W. L. liavur; Jt Co'a Htora. Mnin HUaa, Mndlay.Utilo. A.ul it, It- JACOB r. Bl BKKT. ATTORN KYa...

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 June 1875

FlmdUJ, O., Jane IS, 1875. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, RLTIIERFUIU) B. IIAVES. For Lieutenant Governor, THOMAS L. VOUXO. For Supreme Judjre, GEOKGE W: McELVAIXK. For A uditor or State, JAMES WILLIAMS. For Attorney Central, JOHN LITTLE. For Treasurer of (state. J. MIXOU MILLIKE.V, Mem Board Public Works, TETTER UATCHEJC Republican State Platform. The representatives of Ohio, Id con vention assembled, reafflnuinK tlie car dinal principles of tbeir organization. which have become the received maxims of the policy of the Htate and nation. declare on specific points the ncries of tntimenu to! lowing: First. The States are one as a nation. and all the citizens are equal nnder the law, and entitled to their fullest pro tection. Second. That a policy of finance shonld be steadily pursued which, without un necessary shock to business or trade. will ultimately equalize the purchasing capacity of the coin and paper dollar. Third. We are in favor of a tariff for revenue, with Inciden...

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 June 1875

Carnahans' Wliolesale i Retail DRY GOODS El We bavi all Um NEWKHT HTVLFX AM) MMT iiKnlKABI.K UOiiliS In Ijulles Citjr-Made Suits Ileal LLtnia Laee Points Ifcal Llama Laee Kaeiies IjuIIcm' Parasol and Fans Grenadine for Dresses. ialty. White Victoria Lawns, White P. K, White Swiss, White Bishop Lawns, White Grenadine, Printed Percales, Linen for Dresses. Carnahans hats a rru Line or BLACK GROS GRAIN SILKS, OOLOKEI) GHOS GHAIN SILKS, STRIPED. CHECKED SUMMER SILKS REAL IRISH POPLINS, JAPANESE AND IONiEK SILKS. We Keep all tlic Most Stylish Moods, Suitable for Dresses. WEDDING OUTFITS a SPECIA1T7 REMEMBER ! That CARNAU4NH m WHOUMALKuil RKVAIUaud aredU-rulul to sell tioods a heretohire, Cheaper lha.ii other Kslablisb mnila. Tin. large uaautlllee of "Ji.ds they buy enst'lcstlM-... U sell lhw any of their IUMllilfH, Carnalians nsva iHifKifacunANTirimor CHEVIOT SHIRTINaX, MEN'S COTTON A VEX, HICKORY STRIPES, UOYS: COTTON A HEX, DENIMS, TICKINGS, MUSLINS, All kinds at Tkiif.fNU, suitable li ...

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 June 1875

Home, Farm and Garden THE BOYS IN IDAHO. BY MRS. SARAH D. HOBART. Tlic pates on broken hinges Are swinging to and fro. And in and out, tbroujrh the portlar, The moaning breezes go. Xo hod? of m'-rry reapers, float o'er the prairie brown; L'nch:ked the cattle wandi.T, Through the fences, falling down! And lonely and sad, in the twilight, And lone in the morning's glow. The old man sits, and mourncth For the boys in Idaho. "Ah, me! the land goes fallow, And idle li the plow. Uncut are all the meadows And the barns arc empty now! "No gleaming corn on the hilfcidv, No waring wheat on the plain, The earth lies bare and silent '.Vcalh the sunshine's golden rain. "And dreary the days since they left us, In the Fprinpti rot's tender glow. To delve for gold ani silver In lor ol Idaho! The Spring comes back with its daisies, And the bluebird's silvery strain. And the wild flowers wave in the woodland, liut the boys come not aain! 'The prairie hath 'its treasures, Of silver and of'gold. To yie...

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. — 25 June 1875

THE JEFFERSONiAN K. C. DtWOIJ-L- . 4 lWcU DEWOLFE BROS. Issued Every Friday Morcicp,. Second Door East cf the Pobt-Gffice. Twiufl of fe-utjxi-iili One Year Six Mouths 1 1 lire.- Monti". "" Findlay Business Directory. . M . rn.m ii. TI'OltOKV AMiOor.NKKIJllt Al l. AW i rttxilai. olim. inure ot .11 atoie. KuU auw, .eooot- Ouor, tip 1st'. attKAatLMti-fcT. AIToKMtl A T LAW au' ln Ak-itl. .,.Illix:a ll I..H "Ult uiru ti..mi''i f - lHexi.-a -l,llu I" hl.nutl AailMlCclrfUM-rt-WV. 111 tUl' to eeiv4 at.ro, k Ml laklUKUrpt,!! .lN. om. ttuota lil UunlVHl ttOOUlU. rllMlla) , O. A.TfH.V AT HW. tXtW la New Hank lluildiug, Wtl al.le ol J.M.JMHkMWM. ATMKNKV AMllHimU.IK ATUW, itMimy, Ol.M. Ortloe lu lisal4U..rier ' ailijl.l.IlonlUlM tiNllt ll'ium. Will 1- Uul ptoiupuy t't buaiueak ilnttll t' Iiu cm A.nl.IK7i. J 4 MEM A. lt-.. 1 lTuKNM' AT LAW, ..iBMiin-r W. I Davis' A Ct-'a Klire, Mitlu KUial, ludlay . Olilw. April If, '1 TMRN tV 1 N U (X)U NKl.UK ATUW, J aul Ntttary fL'lIIC Will attend promptly Li,...

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. — 25 June 1875

Wat ttttxmim. Find la J, .. Jnue 25, 1875. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, RUTHEIiFOHD B. HAVES. For Lieutenant Governor, THOMAS I.. VOUXG. For Supreme Judge, GEORGE" W McELVAIXE." For Auditor of Stale, JAMS WU-IJAMS. For Attorney General, JOHN i.m ii For Treasurer of Stale. J.MIAOK MHX1KEX, Member Board Public Works, PETER THATCH Eli. Republican State Platform. The representatives of Ohio, in con vention aMtetubled, reaffirming the car dinal principle of their organization, which have bocotne tlie received niaxiniH of the policy of the State and nation, declare on specific points the series of sentiments following: First. The State ure one as a nation, and all the citizen, ore equal under the lawn, and entitled to their fullest pro tection. Heeood. That a policy of finance should be steadily pursued which, witlioot un necemary shock to business or trade, will ultimately equalize the purchasing capacity of the coin and paper dollar. Third. We are in favor of a tariff for reve...

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. — 25 June 1875

Carnahans' WliolesalG i Retail DRY COODS ESiSBLISlENI! W.feaee ullU KEWfcHT hTYLK-4 ASU MOST titXIRKLK OOOIe) Id LadkV lity-lsdr Suits Rml LLuna Luce Points, Kfal Llama Lace Sim uch, Ladies' Parasols and Fans, Gi-euaiiijie for Dicxsch. ialiy. .White Victoria Lawns, White P. K., White Swiai, White Bishop Lawns, White Grenadine, Printed Percales, Linen for Dresjes. Camahans mavb A nix uai or BLACK GBCH (iBAIN SILKS, COLORED GROS GRAIN SILKS, STRIPEH 4 CHECKED SUMMER SILKS JiEAL IRISH POPLINS, JAPAXE3E AND PONGEE SILKS. We Keep all the Most Stylish Good. Suitable lor l)reHse, WEDDIHG OUTFITS a SPECIALTY REMEMBER ! That CARNAHANSar. WUiiLMALEind KH AIL, and .redetermined to sell Uml aa tieietoaue, 'beeper than other Kalaulish weuu. Tli large a,naalltte f Unods ihey bur enable tbeu lo sell beluw any "t tbeir compel it or. Carnahans ivi!iimiqiii!iriTiE9or CHEVIOT fsHIRTIKQH. MEWS COTTONADEX, HICKORY STRIPES, .SOTS1 CVTTOXAVES, VENIM3, , : TJCKfX&S, jfPSfil NS, All Hmj.pl 7tuMiJ(M,nlta...

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. — 25 June 1875

Home, Farm adn Garden Spelling Matches—Keep them: Going. The "spelling mania." ha been very contagions daring two or three months pant. One can hardly take np a news paper, printed anywhere from Maine to Nebraska, without finding in it an ac count of one or more epelling matches. Probably not less than 20,fX such eootestshave been held this year, in which an average of fifty persons bare been directly engaged, and all of these million people, young and old, have per formed a deal of study over the right or thography of a very large number of words. Then an average of over 100 persona have attended these matches an .rwtotsm and carefully watcuea iu spelling of every word "put out," so Uiat at least 3.000,000 to 4,000,000 people have improved their spelling ability to a considerable extent We know that in atjngle locality at leatt 100 families were actively engaged, parents and children, morning, noon and night, in going over and over the spelling-book and lists of test words," while ...

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 July 1875

THE JEFFERSONIAN X. a. utwowt. o. i io.woi.i.. DEWOLFE BROS. Issued Every Friday Morning. Second Door East of the Pot-CfRce. M er-iii tt isoL.ri.tiii : One Yr Six Month Thru Months ... 1 oil Findlay Business Directory. .M.r:m-i. . . . . ....... .! UL-I I J ilf A I' I.A W . Al niiir k. . . . j.ti.iw .... r lei -4tf! . uuuwr. wmuc d.xr, U. Mans ,--lit ATT-lKM-.V Af l.A ' AK-II. W r ibvlaar 111 I. . M I oull ...i ai.-.i.a oo.iuullv buiur ruou-ltsl V t.iualia oHMfrW. Ulll alL .! U, .Ml Veyale-H.K .ixl lakll.KileXsUU Oltlce IUjOIU - - I MeIXIlSU UUIIUIU, r uu'.J , T, hi . i.rronst.Y at law. tmv-lo New Hank huiWme. " Hi aMnrt, Ku.u (Nov. i'-i-il J.H.JWIIkhOK, ' T rt JKN KY A N U Out JNMKLUjK AT LA W. yV llllay,I.Huo. Oftine IU HMliUi.rU"'' t&wililiuti. Norlli-easl "I Oxirt lliMiMti. Will al lele! lo.Huully Ia buMbti t-ulrusletl lo l.lx mre. April :;. I.". J Mja A. Mft.. TTollNKV AT LAW, rtlreovir W. L. Ilavis; Co'e more. Main f-Ueel, tlodlxy.Olilo. A.nl II, VI- itlHII r. MKKtT, ATToKN...

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 July 1875

Flndlaj, o., JnlfS. 175. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, ia'THEliFOKl) 15. HAVES. For Lieutenant Governor, THOMAS I.. VOINI'. For Supreme Ju1;re. GEOUGE W. MrEIAAINE. For Auditor of Slate, JAMES WILLIAMS. For Attorney General, JOHN UTI LE. For Treasurer of ritate. J- MINOIt MILIJKK.V, Alen.lxr Board Pulilw- V..rk, I'KTK.'i THAI til Kit. Republican State Platform. The rrpreaentativfi of Ohio, io con vention ajwuilildl, reaffirming the car dinal principle of tlieir '.rKaiiizatioii, wUieli liave lcoiiie tliir-ct-ivt1 maxim of the policy of the Stat and nut ion, delar on upa-eifls point tin; h-riiK of wiitimeotH following: Firf. Tin States urn one hx a nation, aud all ll citizt-iiH are -.juiil under the laws, aud entitled to their fullest pro tection. fcecoud. That a Kliey of finance hliould be steadily pursued avliii-li, without un neceSBary shock to l-;Hiie?w or trade, will ultimately equalize the purchasing capacity of the coin and aper dollar. Third. We are in favor of a tari...

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 July 1875

Carnahans' WlioIesaleaHetail DRY GOODS E We bv all tl. NKWKrtT KTV1.H- AMI Mtirrr iKMJKAKI.K utxIM lu Ladies' City-Made Suits, Ileal LUnui Iarc loiuts, Jtwil IJama Law Sat-qiK-s, Ij-uliW Parasols and Fans, Grenadine for Presses. White Victoria Lawns, White P. K., White Swiss, White Bishop Lawns, White Grenadine, Printed Percales, Linen for Dresses. Carnahans H4VB A FULL Link " BLACK UKOS GRAIN SILKS. OOLOKKD tiltOS GRAIN SILKS, STRIPED & CHECK ED SUM M ER SILKS REAL IRISH POPLINS. JAPANESE AND PONGEE SILKS. We Keep .ill tlic Most Stylish (ioikIs, Suitable lor ' bresses. A ; ... WEBDI KG OUTFITS a SPECIALTY REMEMBER ! 1 li.t A r. S A H A NS are W H Lr A I.K a nl KMAIU.i.'l aredeirriailiieil lu wII U-mmIx uJ aaCrelOlaiie, llHfMr I.Ull aimer rrfiuiiii u.tM.la 1 l.n liir.- qua.it It Ian ail -tiaiuilN llil-y uuy enaltl.-."llaa-iu lo na-ll ba-low any lllelr Garnalians H A V at I KIW " HTITI KS or fUUVdOT SUlRTtNUii, jtfira VOJTON4VIM, . . . i - UlCKORT STRIPES, HOYS' VOTTdNAI'KS, 21 U...

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 July 1875

Home, Farm and Garden TWO PICTURES. Ad old farm-house, with meadows wide. And sweet with clover on nrli side; A briirbt-eycd boy. who look from out The. door with woodbine wreathed about. And wishes, his one thought all day: "Oh! if I could hut fly away From thin dull spot the world to see, How happy, happy, nappy, Dow happy I should" he!" Amid the city's constant din! A man who round the world has lieen. Who, 'mid the tumult and the throng, Ja thinking, thinking, all day long: "Oh! could I only trace once more The field-path to the farm-house door. The old, green meadow could I see, . How happy happy, happy. How happy I should he!" Improving Bees. The following from the June number of the American Agt idturixt, is Inter esting not only in itw-If, bat from being probably one of the last articles written by the I&te well-known bee-writer, M. Quinby, whwse recent death we have noted; Among the domestic auiiuakt we have various grades of improvement. Among horses and cattle, the va...

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. — 9 July 1875

THE JEFFERSONIAN O. J . . DKWOI.Tr;- DEWOLFE BROS. Issued livery Friday Morning. Second Door East cf the Host-Office. Teniu. i Kuo-aMji-ii.tioie : One Year. . Six M-.nitir Three Mouth. . . I 0 Findlay Business Directory. 1. m . fA lm m. A1 lOrtM-.X amii:n-i-i" ' LAW, ...IIm. . ..Itlo. lilies, o,-, I t"li r- mi rt aioin. jita-aa--, eenu . '' ;--i' ..MMItllkLKI, a TTiUNKV At U au ' Aajeui. hi trt-ueifte... !. Ill Sl.ii.. at.' I , . H I u. 1 kul UlriMl IIKHUlri IV I" lllhiltl- ClOU'le-l l' ..1. .-..re AI.Jil4Jn'llti.(Vw-. Will alL- nil to vMv'-r''"tf nd iakiiiadepn.uiioiwi.oiiiiie lennn M I MrkKWin nui!uiu. rniiiiay, J. ..T, ll !. A-TrollhKY AT LAW, OHliiNr Kiut iiuildluK, Writ side of T I11HN KYANU COUNHKl.Lt lit AT I.A W. ,. (tfiiiMV, Hi to. uinc in -newiot.nr . n.i horUl-eald of Court House. Will HI- Leaad laruanpuy 1 a boaluaaw eulm-i! In lit J AN KM A. TToKN KY AT LA W, oilineovw W. I.. lmiii; A Co' HUire, Malu KUnl, Hudlsy.Oliio. Arll 14, .1- A TTORNKY A."DOJlNMKUIK AT LAW, Uill ...

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. — 9 July 1875

Wkt MtUttsnmm Find 14, .,JuIj 0, Republican State Ticket. For Governor. KUTIIERFOKI) K. HAYES. For Lieutenant Governor, THOMAS L. VoL'N. For Supreme Judge, GEORGE V. M. ELVAINE. For Auditor of Ktate, JAMES WILLIAMS. For Attorney General, JOHN JJTTLE. For Treasurer of fciale. J. MIAOU MJLLJKEX, SI n.ber Hoard Public Works, PETEIt THATCHER. Republican State Platform. The representative of Ohio, in con vention acuiblcd, renflircniiig the car dinal principles of tlieir oiyanizatiou, which have become the received maxims of the policy of the State and nation, declare on ftpeeific point the ericn of eeutiinebtH following: Firxt. The "State ure one ax a nation, and all the citizens are epinl nuder the lawn, and entitled to their fullest pro tection. Hecoud. That a policy of finance should be Kteadily pursued which, without un iiecesMary nhock to business or trade, will ultimately equalize the purchasing capacity of the coin and paper dollar. Third. We are in favor of a tariff for revenue, ...

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. — 9 July 1875

Y t Carnahans' WMesaleiRetail DRY GOODS We bave all lite XKWKHT ftl'YI.KM A Mi Munf LirOslKAKI.K ajaa ilea, la t Ladies City-JUJ Suits, Real Uanu Iju-e Fiilnf s, IU1 Llama Iare SiWqiU's Ladies' Parasols stud Faux, Urruuline Tor Dresses. White Victoria Lawns, White P. K., White Swiss, ' White Bishop Lawns, White G&renadine-, Printed Percales., Linen for Dresses. Carnahans Hv a rnu untt or Kf.ACK GHOS GRAIN SH-KS, OOLOHLD GHUS GRAIN SILKS, STRIPEDirnECKEU SUMMER SILKS REAL HUSH I'OPUNS, JAPANESE AND IflNGEE SILKS. t Keep ttll llie 3IW Stylish (Jxm1k, Suitable for Dresses. ADDING QHTFlfS a SPE0I4LT Y REMEMBER! Thai I'lKNAUtNHtra WHOI.l-MAl.Kand Kr-.l All., autl aie irUriulUl lo Hell Utaals a hriel.tMt.e. a. leaner than atllier fc-slalill-II-utei.l I tie lame iuaulio "I a law til ilo-r ouv eiiai.1. ilfiia i" sell belw uv ! IU.-ir (iili(-.-iii"r, Carnahans HA at MMKKitr 4UKTITSKS'r tHFtit'TiSHilii'IKtiS. tucKonr stiupes, num. i iVi, cumnil Tiia.iK.illik- t.u an.Mliiuf. SII hS, (OR US...

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. — 9 July 1875

Home, Farm and Garden AN AGRICULTURAL ODE. BY WILLIAM C. BRYANT. Far hack in area The plow with wreath n(To ned, Tbc h:mu8 of kirif and fa(re Ent wined the huil.-t rouml Till n:-n of epoil Disdained to toil By which tut world nourished. And blood and pillage were the soil In which their laurels flourished. Now Uie world bcr fault desrairn The jruilt that stain her plory And weep h'-r crimes amid the r-ares That form her earliest plory. The throne auall crumble. The diadem shall waiie; The- trine, of earth shall humble The pride of those who rc-iirn; The warrior shall lay His pomp away; The fame that heroes cherish The ftUtry earned in deadly fray Shall fale, decay and perish: Honor waiu o'er all the earth. Throiurh endletit -vneratrons. The art that call the harvest forth And feeds th' expectant nations. Hastening Germination. IX. Heckel baa wade some experiments In the germination of seeds, in order to notice the effect of different chemical compound Me placed U, be' tween sheet of...

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. — 16 July 1875

THE JEFFERSONIAN K..O. OEWOI.KE- O.J lWOI.ri:. DEWOLFE BROS. Issued Lvury FrtJay MorniL. Second Door East cf the Pott-Office. 'JVniiH I Hulmi't J--1 : One Year f i fH M Mils i Three Months Findlay Business Directory. j. m . MUtk, ro..ll. '.l.l-. OUiee ov.r l-.lnr-.HK atoie. K.uauw.Miw !, "I" -Im"i .', UtAHWtl.l . ATI'mKNKV At UW ' 'iauu Avu:. WUr:r m rtoa-- ami I . n t mill, hull MlTllU f(UMlJy 1" IfUMllVHt fu'iu-itl I- blw oaJWtKlrullMI'w. wall Mil I.. I lOCiHaNNT"!)t')"' tiM 1115 kVvllHMlt I .111- IfeaMM I. I ALfl'Mleuli IMilHIIIIIC, PlIMllaj, '. A.1 l"oKNr.V AT LAW. Onlc In New Hank lluildli.K, West aide .1 iiKUal,M'i.W ov. .iS.il j J.M.JH.a4S, ATl'.KhKV ANIMXMINHr-.I.UlK AT LAW. rluuiay.olito. Klllw tu -ileMdo,n-rteii ' tiuilifiuie.. Nortli.anl ol t'ourl ll.Mj.ae, Will al teua f.tomotiy u Immiim? euirutel to i.u. earn. April , WJ. J MKM A. KUPL jllXiKNt.V AT LAW. oiUnum W. L. Iravia. A Coa riUMv. Main Ktiwi, rludlay, onto. ApuiH, .J- JA4 WK r. WMit r, ATTOKNKT" SI) tXJUNrtKl.ljU...

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 July 1875

Wfa ritttmten FlndUj, O., Jul I0.1S73. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, KLTHEKFOKI) B. HAYES. For Lieutenant Governor, THOMAS h. YOL'-NG. For Supreme Jule, QEOKGE W. M ELVAIXE. For Auditor of State, JAMES WILLIAMS For Attorney General, JOILN XJTTl.E. For Treasurer of Htate. J. MIAOU JIJLLJKEX, Member Board Pul.lie Works, PETER TIIATCHEU. Republican State Platform. The representatives of Ohio, in con vention ajwemMed, reafltruiiug the car dinal principle of their organization, which have become the received uiaxitux of the policy of the State and cation, declare on ppeciflo points the aeries of sentiment following: Fin. The States ure one an a nation, and all the citizens are equal under the laws, and entitled to their fullest pro tection. Second. That a policy of finance should be steadily pursued which, without uu neceeHary shock to business or trade, wilt ultimately equalize the purchasing capacity of the coin and paper dollar. Third. We are in favor of a tariff for revenue,...

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 July 1875

Carnahans' p DRY GOODS We tiave all the NKWKST HTVI.KS AMI U'JHf iil-IKA I'.I.K O' !-( In UdW City-Made Suits Ileal Llama Iaw Points. Ual Llama lu-c Sarqiir, Ladies' Parasols and Fans Gmuuliiip for Drosses. WMte Victoria Lawns, White P. K., White Swiss, White Bishop Lawns, White Grenadine, Printed Percales, Linen for Dresaes. Carnahans UVI A ri XL uh " HIJACK UKOS GRAIN SILKS, tJMUK;iiIMSOiUAlN SILKS, TKIPiO CHECK El HI" MM BU Si l.KS HEAL 1H1SII POPLINS, JAPANESE AND PONGEE SILKS. We Keep all the Most Stylish (Joods. Suitable lor Ilioss. WEDMHG ODTFIIS a SPKULTJ REMEMBER ! Tf.-1 7 K KN A H A NS are W nol.KSA I.K nil Hr I AtL,aud aledclermlurd to eell Uaanla a ..;irl.lu.e i'lif-aper than father hMablisli liieola The turn- iiaaiillllea of ..lasts llit y Li:y imi.l. j Ihciu loVell ucl..w " H-ir iin-pliai- Carnahans UV lHKIISKUnANTlTE!)lir che YJKT miiHrmuft, J1EW8 Ci'WoNAJtKS, UlCKOKY STRU'W. puiX' CorroNAI'KS. riCKINGH, NUM. INS, klualsol rmkMiNiJa, suitable foi aiiyllnnr. ViJES, KKI...

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 July 1875

Home, Farm and Garden THE OLD HOMESTEAD. Ah, b re it is, that dear M place. Unchanged through all tdoe year; How like some sweet familiar lac My childhood' home appeal' The grand old treea licaide the door Mill spread their branches wide; The river wander as of yore. Vith sweetlv murmuring tide; The distant hills look jrreen and gay. The flowers are blooming wild, And everything looks plad to-day. As when 1 wag a child. Regardless bow the years have flown, Half wondering I stand, I catch no fond, endearing tone, 1 clasp no friendly hand; I think my mother's smiles to meet, 1 list my father's call, I pause to hear my broi Iter's feet Come bounding through the ball; But silence all around nie reigns, A chill erwps through my In-art; No trace of those I love remains. And tears unbidden start. What though the sunbeams fall as fair; What though the budding flowers Still shed their fragrance on the air. Within life's golden hours The loving ones that cluster there These walls may not rest...

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