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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 27 August 1875

THE JEFFERSONIAN . . DEWOLFaV l'KUt. DEWOLTE BROS. Issued Every Friday Morning. Second Door Ea&tcf the Post-Office. Trrm of Bubicn)tioii : One Year .i Six Mouth 1 ' Three Months 30 Findlay Business Directory. J. M. f l.tK, Luuucb,mw uoor, U ISll (-! . i , . - w .. i i i a i iii Agent Will c : o it. CUV .1- l - - - iuilit.)u ii m-1 lafcli-k'1' !"' " " . I. ........ II... ..IK..- .1 LIlllHI'. it. ..i f . -wrlll all.' - f. v I'll I J . A TOHSKY AT LAW, .,iu.i New Hank la.il.liia', ei ' A.M. irt, j "- hi-.u "ll'"" J MSllMU, -a U lni-lOl l'.t.rl Hon-.-. W.I! il (.,,.. j. i H I HI HUkllirw . ... i .... - i HiA A. 1TUKNKV ATUW, KUo. L. ni. .. loo. ApMlll.'il" JA r. Stl B1US.S. ATTOKN fc.Ya.Nll COUM4KI.LOI: TUW SMI ftutau rclMie. Will all ul roupl') U, all bISlUaellUUalt-d lO UlS CUC. 1'IH IM U lirUKUIWU (IVCU UlolleCUeUS, -MrUUOUlU 0f J full. aiJ business iu ProOSUftMirt. On'meonMa'D CAT eel, III hiMuui'n Work mwny 4imjiu: Llifc Court IIoumc. May (I LA KV HKOH.t, . rrUKXr ATLAW. umwup ...

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 August 1875

Tlmdlm , O., August 27. 1873. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, RUTIIEUFOlU) B. HAYES. For Lieutenant Gorernor. THOMAS It. YOUNG. Ftr Supreme Judge. GEORGE W: McELVAIXE. For Auditor of State, JAMES WILLIAMS. For Attorney General, JOHN LITTLE. For Treasurer of State. J.M1HOH WILLI RETT, Jfonirior Hoard Public Works, PETER THATCHER Our Free Schools. Points for Every Voter Concerning their Future. Er reqitof Arebbihop?oreell , Bt-hop M e Vnid. uf Koclmter, M. V., v lulled ClBcloniUl ui May. and UMtre delivered tot- lecture an lite lllcy aud demand- ot Uie Kornan Catholic t uurrh wltu rmpect to Uie Public bcuoola. Among otber UjIuk-, lie -aid. CaUiiWImmnM avoid aide iMmea. The 8pan luli JnciuiiilUon pnulitbed wltji kjrtnre; tbe Bis marck ioqaiaiuon purilnlx-a by itirowlijg men tuutdauKnona; Uie wriua Jiuuuuum jnm uhra 11 utznttom. lie bad not voted alnee he bad been a Blabop, bat be buped the tune would enme wbeo lie mtitexerclee tbe right. Ha hoped Ihla ques tion would be brought ...

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 August 1875

Carnahans' loUlMail DRY GOODS Wa bare all tbe NEWKHT H1YLKS ANIi MUHr liKMiKABLK OOOIW In LadieK Citj-Jfaile Suits Real Llama Lace Points Real Llama Lace Karques Ladfoi' Parasols and Fans (ireuadiuc for Dresses Dr White Victoria Lawna, White P. K., White Swiss, White Bishop Lawns, S INT essGooasaSuscmliy White Grenadine, Printed Percales, Linen for Dresses. Carnahans havi A iru umm or SLACK GKQ3 GRAIN SILKS, COLORED GROS GRAIN SILKS, HTRIPEOiCIIECKEDSCMMER SILKS REAL IRISH POPLIN? JAPANESE AND PONGEE BILKS. We Keep all the Most Stylish Goods, Suitable for JJresseN. WEDDING OUTFITS a SFECULTT REMEMBER ! That CA.RNAHAN8 are WHOLESALE and RKTAIL, ami are determined U wll Uoodsaa fcereloture. Cheaper than ' other Kalablish Uinol. Tba largo quantities of 'Hoods they bur enables tbeiu loaell below any of their Cumuetllora. Carnahans Bin uncKxaiaDAirrmaaor CHEVIOT SHIRTINGS, HENS COTTONADES, HICKORY STRIPES, BOYS' COTTON A DES, PENI3IS, TICKINGS, MUSLINS, finite ot TRierinsas, suitable loi...

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 August 1875

Home, Farm and Garden Pasturing Meadows. Kan j farmers feed their mowings be c&tu they think they cannot spare the feed J out now, even when they really be lieve the next crop of bay will be re duced more than the value of the pres ent crop of feed. They feed their mow ings as men sometimes borrow money, J art to enable them to squeeze through till another pay-day comes aroand, trust ing that something in the meantime may possibly tarn np that will help them ont of the difficulty. Oar course has been to make no account of after feed in mowings, unless it is heavy enough to pay for mowing with a machine. Adopt ing this course, we have been enabled to dispense with all inside fences in mowing land, and to some extent outside fences also. The cost of running over a mow ing machine and wheel rake is so slight that the expense of gathering the second crop is comparatively small, while if the cows were let on the mowing they would generally ruin recently seeded portions, or destroy ot...

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. — 3 September 1875

THE JEFFERSONIAN E. e. DCVOUL u. i Jit.WoLKb. DEWOLF2 BROS. Issued Every Friday Moruin:. Second Door Eatt cf the Post-Office. U'-r-i iiw of Hntjoinitior : One Year l 00 Six Months 1 Three Muiiiiis. Findlay Business Directory. J. . t-.- K, sSuU 'abut-, UIIK lMf, U M I 15'' ,V Will t-n.-t.cr lw -UlA CM. I' a - 4 -tic-- ,-' 1.11 I M 4 ,UI i..lU;Kxi ti. ...... 1 . MHlKNI It4.tlalll.it;. I" I .!!. J . . Ativkme.v at law. -tHc In Kiik ClutWJiiiK. (Nov. f J. U.JMAI A1H,KNM ANI0ITNHKLMJtt ATUW, Um1 ui.k, NKlli-M 4 4 url H-Ml;. W ill Ml- j mA a. iitrH lTuKN KY ATUW, .'ifl vrr W. I. lvi, Mi4. . iMJ.f.ol.u. tUt'm Hlr-, MnIu Afil M, ir JAI m r. Ail KUfcT, IM44I fiuiaujr t:l.c. WtllU-id iuiil (oj tmMUM-uiiut4l lo lite t rni-- ar MUenUui givrfti lwCo.U'fUiu, haitii total tig OOmx oh Mmiu rittt, lu KtMjiiiui'N Block. tml Ut'lMMiC MM! UMIrt IIOM). - MM . a rroKNKV ATCA W. IMtlnrlip-ilKloi, lilid A .. . ... . .-...( 11.. - .IIHllMV.II. .-vuveulbtM- 'Mt thj M. ' nun.. O PICK ATI VK 4 MKl'UAMI'AL HKNT...

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. — 3 September 1875

Wht grfftxmten rimdlAJ.O., Sept. 3. 1875. Republican State Ticket. For Gorernor, nCTUEEFOlU) B. HAYES. For Lieutenant Governor, THOMAS I,. YOUNG. For Supreme Judge, GKORGE W.MtELVAIXE. For Auditor of State, JAMES WILLIAMS. For Attorney General, JOHN LITTLE. For Treasurer of State. J. MINOR MILLJKEX, Memher Board I'uUu: Works, PETER THATCHER. Republican County Ticket. For Representative, ALEX. PHILIPS, of Liberty. For Auditor, J. P. BICKLEHAUPT, of Findlay. For Probate Judge, WILLIAM KIXO, of Portage. For Clerk of the Court, SCOTT W. PREBLE, of Pleasant. For Prosecuting Attorney, O. A. BALLARD, of Find Jay. For Commissioner, 3 years, SAMUEL R. GRAY, of Marion. For Commissioner, 1 year, JACOB STEKER, of Cam. For Infirmary Director, JOSEPH WILSON, of Liberty. For Surveyor, OEO. W. POWELL, of Findlay. Our Free Schools. Points for Every Voter Concerning Their Future. toy reuneat of Arcbbuhop Pnroell, Bishop Me Qualu. of Hor.lieMter, N. V, vim led Clnciuttail lu May. and Inane delivered b...

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. — 3 September 1875

Garnahans' M Q DRY GOODS We have all the NEWRHT HTYL.KS AMI Hint LiiaUKArll.K umtlJH In Ladies' City-Made Suits Ileal Llama Lire Points, Real Llama ljuf Karques, Ladies' Parasols and Fans Grenadine for Dresses. White Victoria Lawns, White P. K., White Swiss, White Bishop Lawns, White Grenadine, Printed Percales, Linen for Dresses. Carnahans have a rru. urn or BLACK GKOS GRAIN SILKS, COLORED GROS GRAIN SILKS, STRIPED A CHECKED SUMMER SILKS REAL IRISH POPLINS, JAPANESE AND KONGEE SILKS. We Keep all the Most Stylish Moods, Suitable for IlresKeK. WEDDING OUTFITS a SPECIALTY REMEMBER! That CARNAHANS r WHOI.KHALEand RKTAIUand aredcleruilned to sell tioodi. ma beteluture, Cheaper than other KHlahliMb neuUt. Tim lame iiunUM of 'od lliey buy enable lueui lu eell below auy of their Outupelinir. CaraaJians nv IMW Cliff b up AKTrTlS of VHE YIOTSHIBTfNUS. MEN'S VOVTONADFA HICKORY STRIPES, BOYS' COTTON APES, DENIMS, TICKINGS, MUSLINS, KibUot TaluaiHtM.sultaula lot anything. r ..- UtES. I'MMiES, S...

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. — 3 September 1875

Home, Farm and Garden Raising and Fattening Hogs. J. G. Brown, of Marshall County, Iowa, who, it is Raid, rained the heaviest bogB in the Stat in 1874, communicates hi method of raising and ftttteuioghog to the Register of that State. He says : We breed young sows and hare the pigs come in April, May and Jane. Would like to confine them to the first two months, bat cannot always do mo. Each bow U put in a separate pen, on a floor or dry ground, a few days before farrowing time. When one sow has a large number, and one a small Dumber of pigs, we equalize them, but always put older pigs with younger, and do it as soon as the sow has furrowed. The sows are fed ear com and kitchen swill, with a little bran or ground feed in it. When the pigs are two or three weeks old, the sows,and pigs are turned togeth er in a lot, or the pasture, if the grass has started sufficient for feed. As soon as the young pigs take to feed, we shell and soak corn for them, and give them swill with as much milk...

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. — 10 September 1875

TEE JEFFERSONIAN K. C. OCWOLFK- O. J IHWOLKfc. DEWQ1FE BROS. Issued Every Friday Morcicg. Second Door East tf the Post-Cftce. "JTeriuM oi SulM:i-itio : One Year..." - WJ Six Moulin. 1 ' Three Mouths Findlay Business Directory. 4. M. . C. ATlnKM-.K ANii:Ki:i.Mti; ai i. u , fcllUftUWiMMIIIH d'.M, il Mil I JJ-JN'- TT-HtMil' .! !.. '' A.-ii M. t e- M. I" . .o... l. .... ......Ml-!, ! IUM..- '. M'lllrtl ( ilfM An J- SM- tl Iim- f.-.T . i'l .lb H o. MvaulK "U.I laM-KU l.-pi.i jfu . i M -!- OU..OIU. -i.:.l..y, U. a,t, ik, AlfOKNKV AT LAW. ar.aullr.Koi.il lluii.llll;, W aide ! J.H.JUIItlt, TroKNM AM)t1)UMKI.UJKATUW J ,u.lia.UH. OIUnrlM -IIwmmjU: n i.mJii.11. N.illi-eal oi lMirt House. Will Mt t.ndulillV lu hUUIUWl tUllUM4-l lO 111. A 'l II . -ITollM-.V AT LAW, ..iiinvM - I- 1vi: Co' Mtore. Main hunt, r ludl.J.OI.IO. Aplll II, "f jil llk r. MI KKCl, ATTOKN kV.NU tJOUNriKLIAlK AT LAW, and Motaiy Penile WlllaUeud proinplly ... H ..u-,. .....a ihJhI I.. I.im e.ie. 1'all.cU- lai-alenuou Kiveu uO...

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. — 10 September 1875

t . grif ersoman Fiadlaj.O., Kept. 10,1373. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, kltjiei:koki a. haves. For Lieutenant Governor, THOMAS I.. VOL.NG. For Supreme Ju!fri. CEOUfJE w. .M.ELVAIXE. For Auditor of fctale, JAMES WIU.IAMS. For Attorney General, JOHN 1JTII.K. For Treasurer of .-.late. J. ,MJMK MILUKKS, JJ.-mlier Bonnl I'hIiIkt Work, I'ETERTIIAKIIEIL For Senators, 331 Senatorial Distrirti CHARLES J. SW AN, of I'utnaiu, T. P. BKOWS, of Lucas. Republican County Ticket. For Representative, ALEX. PHILIPS, of Liberty. For Auditor, J. P. BICKLEHAUPT, of Fiudlay. For Probate Jade, WILLIAM KING, of Portage. For Clerk of the Court, 8COTT W. PREBLE, of Pleasant. For ProsecotiDg Attorney, O. A. UALLAUI), of Fiudlay. For Conimimsioner, 3 yearn, SAMUEL tt. tiUAV, ofMarion. For Coiuiuuitioner, 1 year, JACOB STEKEtt, of Cass. For Infirmary Director, JOSEPH WILSON, of Liberty. For Surveyor, GEO. W. POWELL, of Findlay. Our Free Schools. Points for Every Voter Concerning their Future. Hy reqww...

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. — 10 September 1875

Carnahans' Q DRY GOODS E W h all tits NEWKMT HTYLKrt AM) MOXT flKHiKAKLJC OOOl-H In . Idie4 City-Made Suits Real Mania Lac Points IU1 Llama Law Saiiics Ijulifs'' Parasols and Pans (jrenadine for Dressos White Victoria Lawns, White P. K.,' White Swiss, White Bishop Lawns, White Grenadine, Printed Percales, Linen for Dresses. Carnahans HATS A FULL UM r BLACK OROS liHAIN SILKS, COLORED GROS GRAIN SILKS, BTRIPED & CHECKED SUM M EH SI LKS REAL IRISH IHM'LINa. JAPANESE AND PONGEE SILKS. We liven all the Most Stylish Uoods, Sni.JiMc for llrcssos. WEDDING OUTFITS a SPECIALTY REMEMBER ! Th:ARNAHANHr WHOl,FA.l.fcind Kk.i'AlLsuid uvdrtrriulDcd loanll OknIkmn liarrUMate. tiiMior lhu oilier Krilaiillsii lutiitla. Tlte lanca u.iiUlta of 'tannin ll.t-y luy enables Ibem ljaell Ittiluw any ul flilr ComiMUaura. Garnalians U A VB W I1 f WTTTl s or cffjr ror BHIRTINUS. HENS COTTON AVE ft, HICKORY STRIPES, HOTS' COTTON A VEX, fiENim, TICKINGS, 1IVSLINB, klnU of Tbivkibos, MituM toi anything. LKES, I...

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. — 10 September 1875

Home, Farm and Garden Jersey Cattle. If the vaJae of Jeney stock U to rest on eoior, deterioration will surely fol low of those nneful qualitif tliat are far more noticeable in the good old fashioned parti -colored cow, than that which will be foand among the general ity of fin', high-bred, wbole-eolored fawns, grays or foxy, so-called Jerseys. I have owned hundreds of acclimated Jersey stock and have never, as a role, foand the wbole-eolored such large pro ducers as many particolored ones; in fact by far the moat butter-producing cow I have ever pofwesxed, was not only parti-colored, but the most ugly and un gainly beast of the lot, yet her stock have never failed to aliow their large batter making qualities. Tlw true type of a Jeraey cow is, in fiwt, an animal that will not make meat. I do not say that this L nut improved upon, by acclima tization and a slight introduction of a hardier breed, of which what are termed Chichester Jerseys are the best descrip tion ; neither do I say ...

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. — 17 September 1875

THE JEFFERSONIAN B. C. PE WOLFE. O. J baWlLIK. DEWOL7E BROS. Issued livery Friday Mowing. Second Door ta.tcf Iha Pckt-Cffice. 'I'eniMol SubiKirii.liun: One Year - J Ki. 1 tl. IW Turc; jluuiu Findlay Business Directory. rruKMiV anuo";mmji law, r.'M. -.. . rr..ul '.' r l-A M au t;iim Aei.t. A Will i.tH:w lu Miafe-aiul Li.rt ourl, Z.l MXlmJa I.IUIIIWI) ..UllMB B-UIIU-IM U LiuajM-nribcfrlUk'. Will .lU'HU U, e.mv aurltMC auu L 1 I K oHine nil J. I MHiiolt """" AtrolUitY AT LAW. J.U.JttHtMtS. . TroKNK ANDCXllJNMr.l.LOK ATI.AW. bikjli.. rstMi i,-m. ....... -- ---. J(M A. Borfc.- . IToKM-.V AT LAW, odioe over W. L. liavia; A Co " kum, MmIu jllttl f. Kt'KKKT. 4 TT"RNfeVANUtXLINKI-UKATLAW. Bud NoUUjr rCUIIC Will UMI-l.U ...-II li.iu.eUUUkll lolUK CIIC I'MIICU- lrU-lillll!lv-u to..MIrruM, -rllUoll!li UHwuuMaia Mtert, in Hmuuu i Kk-K, nmrl uimiI Le me tun 1 1 i . ITOKMr.YAri.AW. oillra-up -ilalrr. Brut A iMrHuiiili l iiil riuumj.u. OrritAiivi. -UVrlll ocu, IMVM.A V All oprt. . ucftitlulUK l U 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. — 17 September 1875

Flndlj,Ov Kept. 171873. Republican State Ticket. For Gorernor, RUTHERKOKD B.11AYES. For Lieutenant Goretnor, TilO-MAS h. YOLNO. For Supreme Judge, GEOKGE tv. JleELVAINE. For Auditor of Hate, JAMES WILUAMS. For Attorney Genera', JOHN IJTT1JS. J'-r Treasurer of fcuic. J. MIX): fILUKEN. Member Hoard I'iiMm: Works, I'LTEK THATCIIEK. For Senator, ("M Senatorial Dixtrfctj, CHARLES J. KWAN, of Putnam, T. P. BKOWN, of Lufs. Republican County Ticket. For Representative, ALEX. PHILIPS, of Liberty. For Auditor, J. P. BICKLEIIAUPT, of Findlay. For Probata J ridge, WILLIAM KINO, of Portage. For Clerk of tbs Court, SCOTT W. PREBLE, of Pleasant. For Prosecuting Attorney, O. A. BALLARD, of Findlay. For Comrnifwioner, 3 yean, 8AMUEL R. GRAY, of Marion. For Cotniniflsioner, 1 year, JACOB 8TEKER, of Cass. For Infirmary Director, JOSEPH WILSON, of Liberty. For Surveyor, GEO. W. POWELL, of Findlay. HENRY BROWN ON THE DEFENSIVE. HKMtr Brows, ex-Prosecuting At torney, and candidate of the Democracy for th...

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. — 17 September 1875

) Garnahans' Wlolesale aRetail DRY GOODS THE LARGEST STOCK OF FALL AM) WINTER GOODS IN FIN I) LAV. The failure of a large mini foer of Woolen Mills hits enabled us to sell (Joodsof that class Lower than any Establishment in Findlay, while at the same time, we will frfvc ltetler (.'oods. ALL WOOL FLANNELS ALL WOOL YARNS, Made of the very Ix-st Ohio Wools, and guaranteed all wool. We have all the roml desirable Rlyh-s for Shirting, Dreasea or L'odcrwear. In Yarns, we have every crn.lc color and quality, and aud will SAVE ANT ONE MONET WHO WILL GIVE DS A CALL. Carnahans Have Full Lines of JEANS, SATINETS, TWtCEltH. CASSlilERES, Tal.cn from tin- lcihkrurf stock of several lii Alniiiilai-lorics CARNAHANS Have all the New Shades and New Gooils in Fall and Winter Dress Goods. Having a Wholesale Depart men in connection with our Retail Store, we can buy Goods Cheaper and sell them Cheaper by reasoa of the im mense amount of business we transact. We propose to retail Goods at what they coss ...

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. — 17 September 1875

Home, Farm and Garden. Results of Good Farming. is no more important or effec tive incentive to good farming than the experience and success of good farmers. What baa been done once tuay be done again, and the following letter from a Xew Hampshire farmer in the Mirror and Farmer of that State doe not ex ceed the practical reenlta which we have known in nuutjr other iuetaucea: I am what wight 1" termed an enthu siastic farmer. I believe that farming, when conducted with thenkill, economy and enterprise tltat characterizes wont other fields of industry, affords ample remaneration ; that it U conducive to a better physical uVvrlnpfiueDt ; that its lesHons and snrrouijdinjj promote a higher moral and npiritnaj develope meft than any of the numerous avoca tions of mankind ; and therefore it pays. 'ine years ago last fall I purchased the farm upon which I now reside, paying therefore f 2,400 running in debt 800 on the purchase. For alxiut three years previous to my purchase the farm bad b...

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. — 24 September 1875

THE JEFFERSON! A.N t. e. DKiruu t- " : w:.n Issued Lv:.i7 Friiia, M-t iafr. Second Door aUf th? Pokt-Cff.ce TenuH of tuWKOi-ij.tioti : One Year - Six Month V" Three Months "" Findlay Business Directory. . j. a . .. A riu-ii. '- "''-' tora. Kuiraooe, door, !! rri ..-iii- )-.. u-i H-W l i l--lueU rlU.MilM. ri '" . ..T. !. Attoiinky at uw. IMUvIii KrKiik Building. West ..l ol Ka -tin!, N v.::t- l. 4 TroRNKV anih:nhki.uk at law, '"a f-n''J rraB IKTi. jThkm a. tsort:. IToltNKY AT U, W. U Iavi Co' Mora. Malu HUo-l.Fluilliiy.oUiu. Afrll H. l ' J ' '. RI KHKT, ATTORNEY AND CoL'NMKl.UlK T LAW. and Notary Public Will altcud t.r.m..tiy UiaJI buloe.entruled loll la etie. l-aineu-lar attention Klven Ujt.lleellu. frtlliMiiuS of Luda,aml ImiIuIu ri",,''m,rti,u, .mM,u Main Mreet, in lls. .. "of, nearly o.p-ie te Court Himim. May 7. HUKT M, ArTORNl.YATt.AW. Onloeap -lr, Brat ltontb Caart Ho.; Kludl.y.o. Movefnber K4, 14 U. V.K.MHL, Operative mh;hamcal DKWTIHT OverU eu, Davia -'. All oi.era.loim rlil...

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. — 24 September 1875

2 oman tiadUj.O.. Kpt.2U875. C2 ' Republican State Ticket. For Governor, RLTHERFOKII B. HAYES. for Lieutenant Gevei nor, THOMAS L.VOCXU. For Auditor of Rute, JAMES WILLIAMS. For Treasurer of tlaie. JOHN M. MILLIEIX. For Attorney CttiiTnl, JOUX LITTLE. For Jurfre of tl.e Supreme Court, OEOItCE W. MelLVAIXE. For Member of tlie Boanl nf INiMic Works, PETER THATCHER. For Senator to the General A wmMy, (Thirty-third Senatorial DUtrict) CHARLES J. SWAX, of Putnam, THEOPHILUS P. BUOWX, of Lucas. Republican County Ticket. For Representative to the General Assembly ALEXANDER PHILLIPS, of Liberty. For Clerk of the Court of Common Picas. SCOTT W. PREBLE, of Pleasant. For Probate Judge, WILLIAM M. KING, of Portage. For Prosecuting Attorney, OREN A. BALLARD, of Findlay. For Auditor, JOHX P. BICKELHAlTT.of Findlay. For Commissioner, (Full Term), . SAMUEL R. GRAY, or Marion. For Commissioner, (Vacancy), JACOB STECKER, of Cass. For- Surveyor, GEORGE W. POWELL, of Findlay. For Infirmary Director, JO...

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. — 24 September 1875

Carnahans' Wholesale aRetail DRY GOODS THE LARGEST STOCK OF FALL AM) WINTER GOODS IN FINDLAY. The failure of a large num ber of Woolen Mills lias enabled us to sell Goods of thai class Lower than any Establishment in Findlay, while at the same time, wc Mill give better Goods. ALL WOOL FLANNELS ALL WOOL YARNS, Made of Mm very lieat Ohio Wools, anil guaranteed all wool. We have all tlie moat desirable styles for Hliirtitifrs Dreaaea or Underwear. In Yarns, we hive every pude . . . - cwkir and quality, and . . and will SAVE ANT ONE BONEY WHO WILL GIVE US A CALL. Carnahans Have Full Lines nf JEANS, SATINETS, TWEEDS. CA SSfifERES, Taken from tne bankrupt stork of several Large Manufactories. CARNAHANS Have all the New Bbadea and New Goods in Fall and Winter Dress Goods. Having1 a Wholesale Depart ment in connection with our Retail Store, we can buy Gooda Cheaper and sell them Cheaper by reasoa of the im mense amount of business we transact. We propose to retail Goods at what they cost ou...

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. — 24 September 1875

Home, Farm and Garden. Farmers' Homes. In the country we find many large and eonunodioaa farm booses, and many more being built, that vie with city res idences, and seem to be merely aurer tiaements of the wealth of the owners. There are whole pages I might write in this connection about Laving other farm buildiligs to correspond with the bouse; of yards properly planned and planted ; of the general appearance of the farm, etc., in relation to such a bowe, but I forbear, and go to my subject at once. A fine bouse is not necetntarily a boioe ; a borne is not always a fine bouse, but it is "where affection dwell,""1 bealtb, comfort, plenty and beauty. The loca tion should be elevated.for drainage and obwrration, and with a view to artistic adornment, and convenient of access; it should be warm, dry, and well ventilat rtint all times and iwaKOUs; it should be a bouse surrounded with pleasant grfiunds, neat walks, and tasteful trees and shrubbery. In size it should com port with the siz...

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