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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 23 July 1875

THE JEFFERSONIAN E. O. PKWOH-K- . J lV.ol. t- DEWOLEE BROS. Issued tvry Friaa. Mnii.. Second Door has! cf the Pokl-Ofnce. 'IVrnm ot Htiiriition : One Year - '' ik Al-nlli- Three- M'riiilw . 1 Itl Findlay Business Directory. S. J. l-ALtK, A TTOKM.V Mi!"1;SM.Um: I t.-vW XV rueitai. "miui, ...- ..... Muie. fc.uliuaa"a- Krttiti a.r, ! m-is I It.-K. mAkllSLU , rrKSKV ac law u t i.iu At-i.i A a I.I U MOl UW 111 HlaW: UJ L II I UUI1 at. ..I aaaae...! UIOUJlHlV I tl -1 1 .; - -aalla l- ... AJU4lflltlll'fl-l'. V. . ll alt. .! laaafeaa.t-. Mltlll MIMl Lkll.elll ! "MlH- .KuuU I UrKl'HI liUiKUUft. t-l:xilti, U. .T. lot , A.1 I1JHM.V AT tW. OIU&s l NtW Kal.K. tiuildilig, Va ..l. Ma-u -Mna-I, Nu.M tN.v.ia5-il ) J.II.JiiH. a (UlUiiM ANU XIJNMKLIK AT I.A W J i ua.uay, Oui't. lh in "ll'auiu..rien touildltaK. Nortli--rast ol utt It. .use. Will kl ta-IMl a.f.lllIMj V Llf UlMl.M IlOUSl-! a, III care. A pi H V. IS. J t MM A. I. Off., a 1TJKNKV at.Tl.AW, ...in. over W. U. IMVH W Hlor. Mam hliraL, tla...

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 July 1875

Fimdlmj, O., July 23,1873. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, KUTIIEIIFOKD B. HAYES. For Lieutenant Governor, THOMAS L. YOUNG. For Supreme Jadfre, GEOKCE W. M.ELVAIXE. For Auditor of State, JAMES WIU.IAMR For Attorney Generl, JOHN LITTLE. For Treasurer of State. J. MINOR MILD K EX, Member 15nanl Public Works, l'ETER THATCHER. Republican County Convention. Tlie Kepuliliran County Convention of Ilancnr-k County, Oliio.will lie held at the Court House in Findlxy, on NaUrdar, Annt 7th, A. II. IH7Z, at 10 o'rloek, A. M. to nominate candidates for tlie following oflites, viz . llrfrrijmiulive, A'ulitor, JWthttte Jvihje, tterk of Court. lrwmecu.Urtg Attorney, Commummer for time ytnr, VonuMthonerfor one year. Infirmary Director. Fjtf'li Township, under the customs ry rules will he entitled to delegates as follow. Allen Amanda. . . HiRLiek... lilanchard.. V.anf, Delaware . . Kaglc Findlay Jackson lUlHTty ..13. ...7. ..10. . . .!t. ..10. ..14. ..11. ...4. -.10. ,.11. Madiwm Marion ..HI . ...

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 July 1875

Garnahan's WliQlesalesRetail DRY GOODS We nave all II.C KKWKKT HI VLKS ANI MOHT liKMIKABI.K CHr-ilis In Ijtdi.V City-Hade Suits ILid Llama Iju-n Points llexl IJuma Lara Saciiis, bu..V Parasols and Fans areiuuiine for Irresw's. White Victoria Lawns, White P. K., White Swiss, White Bishop Lawns, - White Grenadine, Printed Percales, Linen for Dresses. EbiABLSHMEHT Dress GooasaSnBCialty Carnahan CI hat i a rax L.IK BLAC K GltOS CHAIN SILKS, CX)LOIIEDOKOSGIIAIN SILKS, STlllPED Jt CH EC KEDSL'M.MKW SILKS HEAL I1US1I rHHUJNS, JAPAKE.SE AND PONGEE SILKS. We Kwp all the Most Stylish 5 ' JhmIs Suitable for REMEMBER ! Thai ('a HN U NH W H M.WA 1.1 .and Rii'l AIL. and aierteU riulued lo eell j.k-h ..m .1..-.- ""r'. Tn v Uieule Ttie larje i,ua..lillenl M " bitycoaM. iIm-ihIum-H u.k.w ! " Carnahans Hire ii!mr-u.i'STinrnir yHKflOT tiillkTi AllH. utcKtmr xritii'K.x no rar cotton a i Fa. inxur l' ifirsi.iNN, Ikdtn' ! Cllri.--'l''l- loiaiijthir.r'. . - tACKS, MUM., SILKS flTINS, riMjlMlS. tOllliS, CA...

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 July 1875

Home, Farm and Garden Seasonable Hints to Bee-Keepers. TUia year the honey harvest ia late. If bees have been fed and the hives kept warm they will be an strong in iiumber now as in better tfttnons. Strong colo nies will need no coaxing to induce them to gather Loncy. All that the bee-keeper has to do in to afford every help in storing it. Combs may now be emptied of honey every other day, with the ex tractor, in good weather; and to one who never lias witnessed it, the rapidity with which the comb are filled, in alinont incredible. We cannot too strongly impress upon bfginners the value of keeping the bees well supplied with comb while honey is abundant, if the v haveitorcaa get it. Every square inch of good worker comb liotiM be secured and given to them in some way. As an illustration of the val ue of empty comb to a colony, we can give the result of a recent experiment. We put a good, large swarm of bees into an empty hive, and the same day, one of equal size into a hive with te...

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 July 1875

THE JEFFERSONIA.N O. i IlkWoD-K. DEWOLFE BROS. Issned Every Friday Moraipg. Second Door ta.tcf Ihe Post-Office. 'Xrin ot Hubworiptiori : OneYr ? hix Month Tlir- Muiiilu 1 i-O Findlay Business Directory. a. m. fAi.at.it. iJl ij.uJott, mmoim. dr, up .Ian. ' - nK. mast -. f A'l prV. m XO and L -U our. w'V!?"eya..'l.iC and wa.MdrlllHMW H.M.U1 ft. I eieeiwww - . - K.T,W, A TfORN liV AT LAW, UAH in Mew Bank BoiWlDB. West aide ol M.a mrael, fSo.iai J,H.JHMM, ooiMlluc. N.irtli-eaal ol irt Hhuho. Will at uud kiucipuy lu tiuHia eulrusu-d UIIMI po- a ..nl A. ItCi. jtant a. BwrK. TToRNKV AT LAW, wince ovor W.I llavia. A Ooa more. Main fcUeel. lad lay. Ohio. April II. l JAI I r. Mt BkiKT, ATTORN KY ANUtXUNHKI.bOlt AT LAW, aud Notary riiulie. Wilt attend promptly luall IwuiuacliUiaUil lo Ion cue- r-arlx-u-lardlrauua Klveu loColleeuaun, I urUIM.liliiK of IakK"' I.i" la fnaiU-iiil. omwuiH.,!. eAnwt, lu IK '""' neaxly oppuaile Uiacourt iiouaa. (May 7. ITOIHKV AT LAW. OnW up-MalrH, first X UM nuini' ...

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 July 1875

Flndlaj, O-, Jnlj 304973. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, KLTIIERKOKl) B. HAYES. For Lieutenant Covcmor, THOMAS I.. VOCXU. For Supreme Judge, GEOKGE W. .McELVAINK. For Auditor of Btatc, JAMES WILLIAMS. For Attorney General, JOHN UTTJ.E. For Treasurer of Stale, J. MIAOU M1LL1KEX, Member Board PuMic Works, PETEU TIIATC'IIKlL Republican County Convention. Tlie RcpulilH-an County Convention of uancm-it lyouiiiy, ini,in ue new at t lie tuun JIOUMC ill r muiay, on Satardar. Aar-t 7th. A. II. Is?:;. at 10 o'clock, A. M. to n.iiiin;ite candidate loritieiouowingoiiKTit, viz. : fifjrrfmUitur, Aflitor, t "Tribute Jwigt, fUrk of Court. I'nmn-utiTig Attorney, (Jonimimtontr for tltrtt ytair-, I trmmixniiur for out Var, Jitfiniviry JHrertnr. fiurnvor- Ew-U Townsliip.ii ndert lie rust omary rules will lie eiiliuisi to lcieiraien as Ioiiowx. Allen Amanita Kg Lick Ilaneiiurd ( 'axR 11 aware Katie... Ki in I lay Juekson I.ilnrty Madi-un Marion ...AVI. . 11 .10. 7. ....10. .10. Iran"!? ..'A .17 ...

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 July 1875

Carnahans' lolfisaleaMai DRY GOODS We lis Vfl all the NKWKHT HTVI.KK AMI MOHT OKMIKAKI.K UllillH lb Indies' (Hy-Mailc Suits Iti-nJ Mama Law Points Kwil Llama Law Nat-lint's IjmIics' I'arasols ami Fans (miudinc for Inss. White Victoria Lawns, INT Dress Goodsa SpecialtT I j I i-'ST.'i, In- 'f ri-llil il. ix-r, of ill X. I'i-iinylvaiiin, White P. K., White Swiss, White Eishop Lawns, White Grenadine, Printed Percales, Linen for Dresses. Carnahans HAVE A Fl'M. IIMI r the iuv.-uli-d in nt have who Army BLACK GKOS ORAIN SILKS, COLORED GROS GRAIX SILKS, STRIPED & CHECKED SUMMER SILKS REAL IRISH POPLINS, JAPANESE AND PONGEE SILKS. We Keep all the Most Slylisli UomLh, Suitable for Dresses. WEDDING OUTFITS a SPECIALTY REMEMBER ! That rAKNAIIANrt are WHOLKHALEand HKI'AIksaMl nt-trrnilil tu M il leM-ls lirrrUtloic, t'beaper than tilhrr Kalalilish tueuta. The lanse o,aaulllea of U-aala they buy enable tlieiu tu ta-ll below auy of Ihelr 1 ouiprlinjix. Carnahans HAVk IHMCICHCQDAKTITimor CUE YIO...

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 July 1875

Home Farm and Garden Dry Earth as a Deodorizer. Several closet at tbeAjrrieaUaralCol lege are built on ground slightly doping, with the back side toward die foot of the slope. So pit or bole are dug. Along the back aide are door, tamed oown horizontally and bang on binge, by the tipper edge. The doors asaally hang down to the ground, but may be easily raised to remove nlght-aoU when neces sary. A small room in the same build ing U filled, in a dry time, with dry muck, loam, or duet from the road. Clay b better than sand. Every day, or very other day, or twice a day, a small quan tity is shoveled into each closet. Copperas-water, lime, planter, or ether de odorizers are also used in addition to dry earth. Every few weeks, or even once or twice a year for a small family, the night soii is carted away to the comport heap. If cared lor as above there is almost no nnDleasant odor, nor is it more disagree- w tn cart away than so much manure from a barnyard. The advantages of some such mod...

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 August 1875

THE JEFFERSON! A.N K. Q. DK WOLFE. O. J tlKKuUE. DEWOLFE BROS. Issued Every Friday Morniufr Second Door Eastcf the Post-Office. Teniw oi Biilritio-n : lm: Y.nr 2 Si Mouth J Tun Months " Findlay Business Directory. J.a.tAk.M-ll. A TrK.KV MICW'MtKIJK A1 LAW, A lml. dim um '' " atc Mlaw.KW'M door, u..J i. Atiuknkv r ww ''" "''! Wilier...... :w i Waiand I..K ml. ...-1 U'UI U.1.il I" 1-lillU-le.l to bl.Cn A. J - I'"" all-lal HMIVOUrll.ll l.l.lU-JU"l"! "l.v Kama N. t MxlX!U IMiallU. riuaJIM)', . T. Il . A.1'I.V Al LAW, Uflkv In N.-w Htuk PuiMIIeK, Man mi.x-, Niv..:s-ii J.ti. JOHAMW., . iiuitNt.t ammjoisnhkli-ok. atlaw. HnMy,'i. ouira-m "lleaiu. Her. ' l.ulKll- U. N.tll--al l Hill lloU-. W ill l tefad .leliy I.44IMI...-J. iWtU'dMl tO III Wfc a i ii J -. . A. Hf 4 JIukM.) Al LAW, ..inc. over W. I- Davis. Uu-n (stor-. Man. bllBrl. lull,Oliii. A.lll 11, .P JA4UM '. HIKHLT, . .Mkli k a. V Ik fA il I KKkl.l Jilt AT LA W j Mil! MiiUH Penile Will JU i.J .i'.i..rt! UilUI Uueil.. fill ... ..m. - . ...

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 August 1875

Wht f cttmnmn FlBdlaj, O., AMCfiMt 6,1 Republican State Ticket. For Coventor, KLTIIEIIFOKI) 1J. HAVES. For Lieutenant Governor, THOMAS h. YOL'XG. For Supreme Jul?e, GEORGE W. Mf ELVAIXE. For Auditor of State, JAMES WILLIAMS. For Attorney Gener!, JOHN' JJTTJ.E. For Treasurer of bluic. J. MIAOU MILLIKEX. M'-mber Board PuMie Works, I'ETEIt TIIATCIIEIL Republican County Convention. Tlie Itepnliliean County Convention of HaiK-oek County, Oliio.wlll U; held at the Court House in Findlay, on Saturday, Assist Jlli, A. I). 1S75, :it ID o'clock, A. M. to nominate candidates for lite following office, viz. : Jlrjireneniuttte, Awlit'ir, J"rfilnitf. Jwhje, Clerk of Court, lttmmiling AtUmuy, (ZmitauBitmer f'r tlirtt ytan, 4 mwiMumrrfar out yntr, Jnjirnvrrg JHnefr. wflnie cntitli! to d'ii-!pitiw a follows. Allen H. Mlwrty 13. Amanita. 11. Mudi.sou 7. Hig Lick HI. Marion 10. Illanehard 11. Orange 9. 'asa 9. 1'orU-re 10. IMawarc 17 Henxiuit 14. K-ijrle . t'nion 11. Findlay 53. Van IJuren 4. Jackwin ...

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 August 1875

Carnahans' Wholesale I Retail DRY GOODS esilisient! We have mil the NEWKHT HTVLKS AM) M'tHC I'f-XIKAI'I.K OlWIle In Ladies' City-Made Suit, Real Llama Lace Points Ileal Llama Lare Sacqurs, lilies' Parasols and Fans Grenadine for Dress. White Victoria Lawns, White P. K., White Swiss, White Bishop Lawns, White Grenadine, Printed Percales, Linen for Dresses. Garaahans have a ri'LL um or BLACK GHOS GRAIN 81LKS, OOLOUED GHOS GUAIN BILKS, MTRIPEU&CHECKEDSIMMEH SILKS HEAL HdSH POPLINS, JAPANESE ANI PONGEE SILKS. We Keep all the Most St j'IMi lioods. Suitable Tor Dresses. WEDDING OUTFITS a SPECIALTY REMEMBER ! ThtlCAKNAHANSM. wilol.KHAI.Kand RkrAIUand .redetermined I" sell UsnI" as bereiotoie. iMr than other Kslahl sh OielilM. Til large uuaulllle. ( Ihey buy enables Uiew tu sell below "V " ,b",r OumpHtiUtrN. Carnahans HAVEIMHKiniBUI'AMTITIKHOr JIU HOT SHIRTINUS. MENS COTTON A DES, tflL'KOHV BTRIFIM, . $OYS" COTTON A VF-S, DENIMS, TICKINGS, MUSLINS, kinds nt TaimMiHO", suitable loi an th...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 6 August 1875

Home, Farm and Garden LINES TO THE GRANGE. LINES TO THE GRANGE. BY MRS. ANNA J. LOVE. ( !omc, farmers of the prcciou noil, And sharers of its jrrain and toil Come, Patrons, make your cause sublime; 1 hus, for car It pliatc of comins time, Still onward let your watchword I, And bounded only by the t-ea, While youth and mrc p hand in hand. And spread glad tidings o'er the land. All orders that have gone lfore. Fair women's presem doth Ignore: And waving back with jealous hand "Thou can'st not !e a nolile prsuid." It is not thus with I'atron bandu. For, reaching out with open Jiandu "Vime, gentle sinter," thus they saj "We'll guide you up I he mystic way." Fair, rosyebetks and runny hair Will always find a welcome then:; S, MM l.row ami hx-ks ail eniy. Ijearn, gentle sifter, to I rtroiij:. To do the rightand acorn the wrong: Our noble cause we will uphold Our precepts are as purest gold; The Patron' creed has no alloy, Tis not the fancy of a hoy. In Paradise was the first Grange. For A...

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 August 1875

THE JEFFERSONIAN K. O. DKWoLTE- O. 1 liKV.olJ'k. DEWOLTE BROS. Issued livery Friday MorniD. Second Door East of the Pot-Gffice. 'I'prliiM rl Hu1-riti : On Year - W hi Aloiilli 1 V" Three Hiuib Findlay Business Directory. 4. M . rLH K, ATIVHNKV AM.Il.ir.VNlJ.UIH Al LAW , albdla,. Ol.lU. Olflre v.-r ilUtlailn atoie- hilnuo', aeroi. diarr, upaiaiiH .z-la-. ' -A . ATIVKNI-.Y AT U ' Will ira.-uo:aw iu laleai.l I .rt..un u4 Ulu-l ,lt " lM et.liu.-leu Maeare, a. J"l Urfeu-. will tt-ii. t.... yaa. iiiif ..el uhii.K.i.Iae,iiHri..oiti. .waw n. t Unoliwu ttuiruiu. rinolay, '. lt,ih, A-TrOKNfcY AT LAW. rltlcvlu Kew Kuk tiuildiUK, We-t ' Ha.UiKl,N.ul m.l. J.M. JlJkM., . TIl'HNK) AMMOi:.NKKI.MlKATI-W, .V neiia , oino. tillioe mi -lieuJiU rieo-' ra.Hio a. NolUi-eaJil rl Kirt llouw. W ill al- ,-u,l .rlli41 Ur IrUidliOe eillluMed III III " . . . . IK"" ' AIToliM-.V AT LAW, hUevl. rllrdIa,Ol.lo. A.tll II, '.I' ATTOKNKV MXUNMKIlil AT LAW, audNotmiy I'lIjIic W ill allele! pirmpli ... -II trualueaa entr...

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 August 1875

Fiadlaj , O., Ancirnt 13, 1875. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, KLTHEUtIU !!. HAVES. For Lieutenant Governor, THOMAS L. YuCNO. For Supreme Ju1rc, GEOKGE W.-McELVAINK. For Auditor of State, JAMES WIUJAMS. For Attorney General, JOHX UTT1JH For Treasurer of ritatc. j. minor mjllike:;. Member Board Public Works, PET2RTIIATCHEIL Our Free Schools. Points for Every Voter Concerning their Future. P.J request of Archbishop Parcel I, Bishop Me usld.vf Kui-lMMter, N. y, vlnllixi ;ioelnusU tu May. aud tlire dnllveta-d hi lctun on the policy sod demands ul Um IKMnan Catholic (hurra Willi reaped to the fuullc Hc-uoola. Among other thluic. h said. Cainollai most avoid aide Issue. The Hpsn lali Inquisition pnulsiMtd wlih Urtare;lhe Bis cuarck inquisition punish: by f hiovlus; mn InlodnuKoons; Ute jtmeruxtn JniuUitum yun ithet Oytaxatiom. He had nut voted since he. had been a Bishop, but be hoped the Uma won Id come when lis llMtumK me riKlit. Me liopud una jae Uon would be bmaglit to a vote....

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 August 1875

Garnahans' Wliolesale I Retail DRY GOODS ESiLISiEflT! We nave all the KKWKHT HTVLKm iM MimT DKMIItAHLK uool'S in I-adim' (Jily-Miule Suits Real Llama Lar Points, Real Llama lace Sai-ques Ladies' 1'ara.sol and Fans (irenadine for Dresws. White Victoria Lawns, White P. K., . White Swiss, White Bishop Lawns, White Grenadine, Printed Percales,' Linen for Dresses. Carnahans PAY A riru. UK ft BLACK GUOS GRAIN WLKS, COLORED GR08 GRAIN SILK 8, BTIUPEO & CHECKED SUMMER SI LKS REAL HUSH HPLINS, JAPANESE AND PONGEE SILKS. We Keep all the Most Stylish Goods, Suitable for Presses. WEDDING OUTFITS a SPECIALTY REMEMBER ! Tbl r A KN A H NS are W IIOLKH A UK and M. r A I Is nnd are dett-rm lued to ell lNil heretnlore; Cheaper than other Kxtabl hIi jueaw. The large uuaullile of aoa6 they buy euahlealbeui U-ll below any o( their Coippelllo-a, Carnahans hav init'iJA:TiTior CHEVfOT 8HIRTIMS, JittA'S VOTTuNAUBH, Htcwxr stripes, BOYS' COTniNADKH, DENIMS, TICKINGS, M'OSLINS, atuasol TnuK.""'t"l)' lot n...

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 August 1875

Home, Farm and Garden Bee Keeping. O. C. Wait of Wert Georgia, Vt, in t!ie Vermont Farmer write aa follows; "The objection is often urged that bee keeping is onreliable. So it U, bat do more ao than most farm products, and all earthly hopes. The wheat crop, for instance, in no more reliable, and when it is a good crop the prices are liable to ran down so low that a fair estimate of the use of land, manure, labor, seed, in terest, taxes, ic, will equal or exceed the market value of the entire crop through the State. So it is with the com crop, while an average honey crop intelligently managed will all sell at a very uniform price, and although the original stock has not ditninished In val n, the recipts will pay fall 100 per cent, on all inTertments. We are often reminded of the obsta cles in the way of prosperity in bee keeping, such at millers, moths, robbing, going to the woods, kc. These are all imaginary, and if properly managed need not be feared. Keally the greatest obstacle i...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 20 August 1875

THE JEFFERSONIAN K. (i. bEWOLTK- O. i ItkWOUaV- DEVOLFE BROS. Issued Every Friday MorniDfr Second Door Eastcf the Pot-Ofce. Trnnn of Hiitoriitiou. : One Year & Six Montim 1 VV Three Mouths Findlay Business Directory. j. m. r i..it. ATToKNKV A N l COL' NhLLMJl? A 1' LA W , La. ti.uooc, ooua. !'. up '- 1 ' O. K. Ki.AKUSI.Lt, ATTKSr.' AT UW au-i Claim Ait'-nt Mr m ur. liak m rtUiU. aud U.Pi. a.url ...uMwiiililll IhUmMHI HillUNli! Ut .... ... A.Ju4inilltW;l'w. will aOeOal lu a,Va-)aa-.. f 'UK 4 "! ttwMH . 1 MrllU DUIlUIUfc. A.TIoatV AT LAW. Ula l New Kink 1-uildlite, l o rural. No. ui iN.kxl. J. M. J) MkMHWX. AT r (KN KV A Ml I ! NHKtliOK AT W W, riuoiay, Iim. iiitlo! lu -Hiic(ai rten. i.u.m1i.k. r...rih-atai .uri HaiuM. Will ai- IMMI toOlllpUy U bUHIUM eullUsU-d Hi lll am. acm'."" j . m km a. -:. 4 TTuKNI-.Y AT LAW, 7n.ee ..v.-r W. I- liavisjACoeMU-re. Muiu Mitrl, riuui, Ohio. Apral M, ATTORNEY ANDXL'NMKLLOK AT LAW, aual Malmry rct-Hc Wllleiu-ud promptly l., all UUKI uemm ell 11 uU...

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 August 1875

Witt tlitx$miw I-'lndLaj , Ansivtt SO, 1873.3 Republican State Ticket. For Governor, RLTUERPOItD B. HAYES. For Lieutenant Governor, THOMAS Ij. i'OCNG. For Supreme Judge, GEORGE vV. MtELVAIXE. For Auditor of State, JAMES WILLIAMS. For Attorney General, JOHN LITTLE. For Treasurer of State, J. MIA' OR WILLI KEN, M'tnlK-r Board Public Works, TETER THATCH EK. Our Free Schools. Points for Every Voter Concerning their Future. By request of Archbuthop Pnreell, Hlsbop Mc tiu.ltl. of K.clraer, N. vhtlled Cincinnati la May. and there delivered liU lecture on the policy and demands ol Uie Koinan Catbolic ttiurcli wltii respect to the 1'uullc bcbuola, Adi'hik other tblDica, lie aatd: athollr mast avoid aide Iwufla. The Hpan tan JtHDlnlUD noutxlaed wlih tortore; lu Kia asarck ln"Ulallion punlsho hy throwing men Into dattaeona; the Jtmmcan JmwtUion fntn nVi ly taxaUom, He had Dot voted alnoe he bad ben a Bishop, but be boped the time would come when be might exercise the right. Me boped tbla qnee ...

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 August 1875

Carnaharis WakslH DRY GOODS We bare all the KKWKST HTYI.KH ANI MUHT I IKMJKAKL.K U'MJIM In bulk' City-Made Suits Real Llama Lace Points Ileal Llama Lare Karqups, LadioH Parasol and Fans Grenadine Tor Dressos. White Victoria Lawns, White P. K., White Swiss, White Bishop Lawns, White Grenadine, Printed Percales, Linen for Dresses. Carnahans HAVB A rt'IA U( r SLACK GROS GRAIN MLKS, COLORED GROS GRAIN SILKS, STRIPED ot CHECKED SUMMER SILKS REAL IRISH POPLINS, JAPANESE AND PONGEE SILKS. We Keep all the Most Stylish (Joods- Suitable for Dresses. WEDDING DUTfTTS a SPECIALTY REMEMBER ! TuatCARNAHANBare WHOLEHAkKand RKTAlUand aredtiterrollled to sell Hoods aa hen-lolorn, Cheaper than other KalabllKh meuta, Tbe lance unaullt lee of 'Ootids t hey boy enables turn . to anil below auy of tlietr Competitor. Carnahans HAVB IKIUK D ARTITIC8 or CHEVIOT SHIRTINGS. HEN'S COTTON A DES, HICKORY STRIPES, BOYS' COTTONADES, DENIMS, TICKINGS, MUSLINS, kinds of TnjimrainB, suitable loi anything. LACES, FEIXf...

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 August 1875

Miscellaneous. "The Democrats came into office last January after our political opponents had hold control of the State of Ohio for nearly 20 years. but we couldn't find, after the most careful examination, a single case of official corruption. They had done some things that were wrong, nothing that things that were wrong, nothing that was corrupt. They spent more money than a heavily-taxed people could well bear, but they didn't steal any." well bear, but they didn't steal any." —Speech of Governor Allen at Washington C. H. VAN WINKLE WITH A VARIATION. A gentleman residing in thia city Lad occasion, a few day sine, to take a journey down the river and aereral mile bark from it, asiogaaaddleborae. Iark aena overtook fciin in a sparsely settled dwtrirt, and a the roads were in bad condition and the evening looked threat ening, be baited before a forlorn-looking but and and asked if be could find lodging. "I reckon ye inonght, "replied the long haired, sorrowful-eyed squatter, after h...

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