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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 1 October 1875

THE JEFFERSON! A.N E. C. DEWOJ.KE- . A H ,V-!.?K. DE WOLFE BRCS. Issued J-V017 Fri-Jiu, :L r. Second Door Ea&ttf the Po&t-Cfhce. 1'erniM ot SrulHC-sjt:.tt : One Year fix i..i.;ns Three Months. . . Findlay Business Directory. VI . - n: ; ' r .. -i..; . ..11... ' -aloie. K". :.-': . '" " . It. M . A . I. 1 . a f ' l4 . O t V I I 4 bV jit. ' I' :n . lit A .'.'.. !-, ,. in si I, i I i.iirl rl I '. it lii-.n.- noli I Mil 11 iirmi ..r"r ninr-ire .I-" . . . - -- - UiivcyaiM-iii-j; -trl 1 urn K'l-C" "" '' It.. 111 N. 1 i. t.xlina i;. 11. 11. iv i ' " l,T,IH, Alri'llNKY Al LAW. uv-l Kill'- . (..V.-.2-'Ii M.u street. No. M J. II. JOHNSON, ATTORN !-. AMIOiINSKI.Kill AT law Kiii'IIhy, 1 II. iii. lillicein lleaiijii ruts 1, in l- N.irlli east nl t'otill Hniisc. Will lend nniiiiy lu tiusineiai eniiii-ieil I" lot pi. "I""" j'XKS A. IIOPI A ITuKNKV AT LAW, iil!iivovi-r W. L. 1: HUn l. riiellsiy. tiloo. A C.'h Ktor. Main Al "I H. "I" jii oh f. iti kki:t, TTIICNKV aMICUL'NkKIiIjK AT LAW. and ...

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. — 1 October 1875

but I look it uiiitnii.- :!:!, of oursc. Q. When dii you have the stconil conver sation with him? A. Tint w:t ju-t previ ous to its passage this winter. Q. What did lie say to you nt that lime' A. He came to my room and akeil me if I had not changed my mind on tiic bill; s-:iil he would like very nitieii 10 haw mt vote lor the bill. I lo!d him V..: I had not chanced my iniril, :iiid i:tv i v.i.h'. not vote lor the hill. Q." Was jour tonvtrs.'i' .nti !' i.li.il in Is nature? A. its, nr. Q. The second interview I hi in yonr room. Did he Uie interview ? A. Yes, sir; he tame there to my room. Q. You had not invited him 1 romc to the room? A. No, sir. Q. Did you not under-! :nnl when lie faid this to you that it was offered to V"U to; ii bribe? Objected to !V .Mr. i'olid. Q. Mr. Kiehards, you under-! ood Mr. Cooley to lie in nil seriousness in this i:ri' ter. did you not ? A. Ye, sir. Q. Y.udid not eon-idr it a joke? A- No, I did not. It was an o'f. r of a lii:ii!r'I Io.:.ii foryou to do...

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. — 1 October 1875

Camahans' lisle lie DRY GOODS THE LAMEST STOCK OF FALL AMI WINTER COODS IN FINDLAY. The failure of a larsc iniin Ikt of Woolen 31 ills has enabled ustosell (Hoods ol" lhat class Lower than any Establishment in Findlay, while at the same time, we will pvc heifer (Hoods. ALL WOOL FLAN NELS ALL WOOL YARNS, Made of Hie very liest Ohio Wools, and (niaranteed all wool. We liave all the most tltiiralileKtvles for Shining, Ihcxm's or Cndcrwcar. Iu Varus, wc have every irrade color aixl quality, ami ami w ill SAVB ANY ONE KONEY WHO WILL GIVE US A CALL. Carjmhans Have Full Linc-of JEANS, .SATINETS, TWitEDS. CASSJ MERES, Taken f i tnc bankrupt stok of several Large jManiif.vtories. CARft-AHANS Have- all Ihe Xrw Shades ami New Goods in Fall and Winter Dress Goqds. Having a "Wholesale Depart ment in connection with our Retail Store, we can buy Goods Cheaper and sell them Cheaper by reason of th im mense amount of business we transact. We propose to retail Goods at what tbey cost our competitors....

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. — 1 October 1875

Home, Farm and Garden Loss From Light Seeding. While walking over a uewly-teeded wheat etabble the other day we noted many strips or patches where the clover had entirely misted. As the patch was good on either side, it was evident that the strip had been unseeded, and, as the natural result, was filling with rag-weed, barn-grass and the like. Wherever in the same Held clover covered the ground like a mat, not a weed of any description was visible. Looking on a last year's seeding mown thia cummer we found the samejresult long rtrip of two to t-n feet wide through the field barren of clover or filling up with blue-frrass or worthless weeds. "o matter how long the field may remain unplowed these strips will never become well seeded, and even after plowing the loss will con tinue, as there is lens valuable tod to torn nrider, and thene strips will require more manure to make them as product ive as adjoining parts of the field. The same result in less striking form is seen from an even...

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. — 8 October 1875

THE JEFFERSONIAN Jg. O. DtWOLFt- O. 1 !illHI.rX. l3t.uea Lvery PriJa LkT-Jiif:. Second Door Eastcf lhs Post-Office. One Year ' - t-ix Months Three- Months ' 1 .V( Findlay Business Directory. t. .n . i Tl'llt -I-.V A M 'I'NSKI. l!. J. r'nella" . in. sl.ee. KuUaucc, 1,-Ofll lu I, Iff MM .J. lilr ABIWI.H , ATTmRNKV AT LAW u "latin AK-r.t Wni rw !-'. i w i StaL.-mi . " annul .c. .i..i.'l l liunn- ' " lllKr.-. A JUMIWOl I IK- -. UHl Mill IM1 U nmveyaw It.;; aiel I;ifc o,:; ,:- ' I'H K ilii.-e teaml N. I M--lMlt-u ttul.uiu;;. l-i.Miiay, n. t.l.lHX.. Atpjknkv at uw. Ofliiw ill N-w Hank liuildii g. We- sale -.1 M i4.u hi wt, Nu.U (Nov. us-if., J. II. JO II f0! , ATrOKNKV AMK'lirNKKI.Illt AT I. AM. frlllillay.Uii.o. Otiieelu "Ile,(il: rlcis ' IiuimIii.k.NoiiIi as ol 'iirl llmise. Will at- -1 joinpily u bUAint-M) eimusinl lo lin nw. Aplil I. 4. j m:k cnn; jTTYlItSKY AT LAW, ultieeover W. I. Ittv.i.il.i'iiHor Main Klin-l, fiiMllay.Oiiio. April U, 1- j oh r. m i:fci:r, ATTOIINKY A.NIlCuL'NKKI.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. — 8 October 1875

) - fflhc rihtmm Findlaj.O. cl.S,ls73. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, RUTIIERFOKD li. HAYES. For Lieutenant Govci nor, THOMAS L. YOLN(; For Auditor of Suite, JAMES WILLIAMS. For Treasurer of ttuic, John m. mil! it::n For Attorney Geneva', JOHN LITTLE. For Jmljrc of the Supreme Court, GEOI5GE W. Mf-ILYAINE. For Member of tlic Eoar-l nf l':;!.ic Works, PETER THATCHER For Senators to the General Assembly, (Thirty-third Scnalori:d Lli.-itrk.-t) CHARLES J. SWAN, or Putnam, THEOPHILUS P. BROWN, of Luca?. Republican County Ticket. For Representative to tlic tencral Assembly ALEXANDER PHILLIPS, of Liljcrt-. For Clerk of the Court of Common Flea. SCOTT W. PRERLE, of Pleasant. ForIrol)ate Judge, WILLIAM M. KING.T.f I'miape. For Prosecuting Attorney,, OKEN A. BALLARD, of Findlay. For Auditor, JOHN P. BICKELHAl'PT.of Findlny. For Commissioner, (Full Tenn), SAMUEL R. GRAY, of Marion. For Commissioner, (Yacaney), JACOB STECKER, of Cass. For Surveyor, GEORGE Xf. POWELL, of Findlny. For Inf...

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. — 8 October 1875

Camahans' loteateilail DRY GOODS THE L A IH JEST STOCK OF FALL AM) WINTER liOOIlS IX FINDLAY. The lailiirc or a larsc iniiii Icr of Wcm1cii Mills lias oimlrffi. us to sell (Jooilsof that class Lower than any Establishment in Findlay, while at the same time, we ill give h'AWr (Joorts. ALL WOOL FLAN N ELS ALL WOOL YARNS, Made of the very lxt Ohio Wools, anil jruartil-"d wool. Wc have all the most desirable styles for HiirtitiL's, liresscs or Lnderwear. In Vnnis, we have every prude color and quality, and anl will SAVE ANY Ox'E EONEY WHO VI ILL GIVE DS A CALL. Carnalians Have Full Linor J HANS, S.I TINET.S, TWttElM. CASVMEUES, Taken Irom tne bankrupt slfK-k of several itrire Muiiur.vitieis. carahWjs Have all the New Shades and New Goods in Fall and Winter Dress Goods. Having a "Wholesa'e Depart ment in connection with our Retail Store, ire can buy Goods Cheaper and sell them Cheaper by reason of the im mense amount of business we transact. We propose to retail Goods at what they cost o...

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. — 8 October 1875

Political. REPUBLICAN DUTY. The issues to be decided at the election to be held on the 12th inst- are k plainly and peculiarly fraught with interest to every Republican voter tlifit w conn dently appeal to each, uriiii? him to a full and faithful discharge of i;i duty as a Republican and a citizen. The audacity of the attack of the Democratic party npon the linancial policy and i-ysteiii of the ;ivTiniieiit in only equaled by the wid.- t-pread tiiifin cial ruin which would inevitably lollow the success of their di-lionest t-oheme of flooding the country willi a legal tender currency, which, by its very bulk, inu-t depreciate our circulating medium to a degree ruinous to the Lii-ine interest of the country. Aside Irom this, our national faith, upon whieh deiiends whatever valne the 1..1 t. tid.r curren cy may have, will le t.!iaiii-fiilly viola ted by the propoi-ed M-I.cta.-. The iov emment, by act of 'jti;rr.-ss, in l'f3, solemnly pledged its faith to its credit ors that the volume ...

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. — 15 October 1875

THE JEFFERSON!.: iicll'.'j LV TV i' . . SeconJ uo:r Laottf tha Pcii-CiSce. One Year -rJ '0 MA .-, 1 . Three .1 Findlay Business Directory. V Ti Hi i r - . i.-li;-.. .!: i:e. Kuia-.---. "l" 'J It n. AKIlSU.t . ATTHvSKV r I-A' ml 'h;iu A i.i Will ;.ia.-.;.- :w Im "'a.. " I' a. ..I aoi-mi j. ' o Imisi ., -s r. t -i I In can, A- i .i i .e.- t I' :- . wi i aiV ! p.iuvVMri' I -m ill -am i-i .1 ii"! T I--IH O'Tl--. ,.;1... ( ! MO.. . . ATf'ii KV A I LAW, Mei in Ne iistik I.u.id,l.t', We-l sule l u sitieel. No. oil (Nnv.ia-il.) j.ll.JWIIS, Tf'iRNM' AM'I ult, ATI. AW. S ninay, on.o. Other lu - H-a' ..)! riers ' lUi iii ic. Not'ii east oi O'Urt ll-.u-e. Wiii in tend pioluplij o litis: nesn ellliusled TO 1.11 rare. Aplli is.. j ' mis a. con;, A IToIiNKY AT LA'. iniirW.k l.in. iCi.VHw. Minn tsli.- t. Iriudlay. Ohio. A.nl It, 4 ' OK '. i: ATT'HtN KV Min)L'NMX!l! AT LAW, and rli rcutic. V.'lil alleiel promptly Oiall lti-iue-eutnl-li d hjlili cue I'an.i-u-Jaralieniion given LoColfectmii. t'artil 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. — 15 October 1875

tftc f effcrsommi. Flndlu s , O. t 13, THE LATEST. The following iL-pat:li n r.-c-iv--l at 5 o'clock last fTiiun-ibij i evfiiiiiff.atid may be regarded ax entirely reliable: COLUMBUS, O., Oct., 14 1875. 7u O. y. De HVe: Hayes is el-etd l.y r.K). Igh-lattire J. C. DONALDSON. Sec. Rep. State Ex. Com. READ YOUR COUNTY PAPER. The county papers -lioiil.i le rend l.y every individual in tbe county. ' man can afford to I without them, who wishes to be posted in r;rard to affair" transpiring in hi own county, and cer tainly we are all more interested in what occurs in our own vicinity than in that which takes place t a distance The news of the county Van only lie obtained from your county panr. The city pa per can be afforded at a lower priee.buf the county paper if the cheaper after all. The long winter evening afford an ex cellent opportunity for reading, and we should be glad Jo Lave the Jefkkkso 51 A5 reach every well renli t m! family in the county Will our friend throughout the county...

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. — 15 October 1875

r Garnahans' Wlioiesale f Retail DRY GOODS THE LAIKiEST STOCK OF FALL AM) WINTER GOODS IN FIN OLA V. TItc failmv ol'a larc num Imt of Woolen .Mills lias cnahlcU us to sell (iwxlsol that class liowcr than any hsfahlKliniciif in riiiH.i.v, while at the same lime, we will ?rive lelter (Joo'Is. ALL WOOL FLAN NELS ALL WOOL YARNS, l -(- of tin- very hesl Oliin Vm.I, : 1 1 1 euarahtecd all wool. We have all I In' most dcsiruhlc stv les for ShirtiiiL's, I tresses or I iidcrvvcar. In Yarns, we liiv- every .'lad.- i ni l .piality, :;:! ami ill SAVE ANY ONE KONEY WHO VILLGIVK US A CALL Carnalians II:. v.- Full Lines of JEANS, S:A TINETX, r.l.S.sjY ?::.s, Tafcii fr"iu tin' hanknipt Moil; of several I -inn: Miiliuf.lt'lorif. OARNAHAS (lave all Hie iNcw, Shades and Nr (in.l: ill Fall and Winter Dress Goods, Having a "Wholesale Depart ment in connection with our Retail Store, wo can buy dobds Cheaper and sell them Cheaper by reason of the im rnesse aiucuct of business wo transact. We propose to re...

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. — 15 October 1875

Home, Farm and Garden Applying Lime to Land. This subject is tn iuij.oitjLt out, and its discussion is e.-joti&i'.y atiprcij-riate in this country where, txc-f-jit in a few localities, lime lias Kin h'U' u-c-I as manure. Ttelict Kr.li'ii f irmois live long known its value. I'ro'uil.iy liiore Las been used in C'liCHtr County. Pa., thas anywhere c-l-e in t!:i- country, and we hope our fcub.-cri.i:r in that locality will give is iufonuati'iti ro-j-o:tin;r the best methods of application. Lime is valuable a' supp'yiiiir an im portant mineral iltinc-nt in n.o.-it -r'.is. as also in aiding the iVconir.osition of vegetable matter. In ("r corre-pond-ent's locality it wou d p oe valuable in both ways, and ah-'!: ly csscntiah if he would prow a crop of wheat, which needs a considerable portion -f lime. Of llccfftcta of try up t" cr w wheat oa land.dcstitute ol lime the f London) Mark. Lane Expn says : To sow wheat on a foil which con tains no lime or marl cither naturally or artificially ...

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. — 22 October 1875

THE JEFFERSON i AN v . ; ril.WUI.rX. i f -! DEWOIF2 BROS. Second Door Ea&tcf the Poit-Cface. One Year 1 0" fix Mor.iV l Tnrce..!-.!..-..- '" Findlay Business Directory. J. Jl . .!. r.l. a iini'vi . a.nhi.'oI .-!.!. I.'. ;.. v J. f.ciia. o. kture. .ntrai: l.'fc. m.AKIM.I , ATTOKN'LV AT LAW au I 4 .aim Aeiit. Wnl iirrli:w m site '! I - ' . and muii'l piKtnp'iy I" bii-me-.. "-ii'iu'i"! !" liUr-are. A Jolirr ol ! Peace, wilall'lij la iiv "'K 1 ' " " '' I'"-" ' 'llo-f K.K.IU 1 M'i'Uiill lillii'llii.4. r !:.'., . . I, III i.Trok.NKV A I.W. 4fll-.- in Nc-w I'-Hiiic laio.in:..'. Mile 1 M.u Street, No. vj I.Nov. ;-!f. J. II. J OH ., ATTOKXKV ANL'r.VSKI.MK AT LAW, r"iiiluiy.(iiio. Olli 'T; iu -llrwix tii-m ' Jiui'iiiut;, orlIi east ol 4 ouil House. Will nl len.l j!4iiit' Ui tiii-iues-i eatm-ie! lo iti care. A pril gi. Jtnt.s a. hop:. TTJltNKV at law, uiliwovi-r W.U H.ivi- A (..' s:ir, M:uii rttre.1. r lli.lUy.dhlo. A J i ll U. 71- J iruu I. 1:1 uki:t, AlT'tUNKV aSIC'iLNSKLIiI! AT LAW. ami...

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. — 22 October 1875

soman. I'fudlaj.O. t 22,17. DUTY OF THE HOUR. Not to relax our .r;r ti ;zttioii and break raiikf. The delusion 1 iiitlntiou is only ecotclied, not kil!. l. I'rjin rtres ?nt appearance thin iMie, e Wfli tlie tscbool iiiyn, will ciiue up in tlie I'resideutiitl itHinpaiii. It, therefore, becomes the duty of Ilepiiili.Hiis not to relax their effort lie-cat.- of tlie- Miect't-s tbey Lave achieved. IiiKteail of the least relaxation tlii- t-liouM t-tiiir th-iu to renewed efforts'. In Hancock county tbey have learned whaMliey can do by rallying in force. Ia-1 them not abate one jot of their vigilance, but stand to their anno and await the next onet Hancock county IUpublicaus bave doue nobly, redrn;inr the majority of 4C5 for Allen two years .: to 274, and by the help of Miiciatf who prefer good men to party micci-m, yon have elected a Representative who will do honor to your county. Keep right down to buiiiet. 'io to work for the coining 1 'resilient ial cam paign at once, and ke-p at it, a...

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. — 22 October 1875

Camahans' VMesale iRetail DRY GOODS THE LA KG EST STOCK OF FALL AM) WINTER (JOODS IN FINDLAV. The fail lire of a lars in.in-Jx-r of Woolen 3Iills Iuis enaMeil nstosell Goods or lliat class Inrer than any IMablisltnicnt in Finillay, uliile at the same time, wo will tfive In-ller (Joorts. ALL WOOL FLANNELS ALL WOOL YARNS, Maile of tlie very lt Ohio Wools, awl guaranteed all wool. We have all tlie most li-siralilf (style for Shirtings, presses or Lnilcrwear. In Yarns, we have every jrr:iii color ami ii;ilily, ami anl will SAVE ANY ONE MONEY WHO KILL GIVE US A CALL. Carnahans Have Pull Lin."-.f JEANS, .V.I TINETS, TWEEhS. CASSI31ERES, Taken from tin- bankrupt stock t.f several Large Manufactories. CARf-AHANS Have all the New Sli:ul-s anl New domls in Fall and Winter Dress Goods. Having a "Wholesale Depart ment in connection with our Retail Store, we can buy Goods Cheaper and sell them Cheaper by i-easoa of the im mense amount of business we transact. We propose to retail Goods at what t...

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. — 22 October 1875

Home, Farm and Garden A Cheep Caller Bottom. lu ectHui of tli country when tln-r in an abundance of cobM ytsjiirt-.enlU-ct a few loads of tli'in alioHt four or fiv incLei in diaiii-t-r. prm)-- ln lxfHni of thcfllar, lay lin-C"M.!- row, mul raui tliPiii 1iii oiiijiirl into tli ground.- tlmt tli-y will not ie-k nor be sunk l-low tlie rows In- any liMvy nperinru!ii!tiit prssun-, wich as t weight of a liog!iwd of inoI:iss-s or tierce of vinegwr. Tli lttom of the ellax ahould lw grali s that tlie out wide will lie two or tliree inches lower than the middle. mistak- soim-lim.--' occurs by grading the cellar tattom in such a manner that the centre will l' two or three ii.ches lower than the out side. When tliii is the rase, slioull water enter from the unt-ide. it will How directly toward the mid-il". A --traigliT-edrd board should I -enhtred 'frequently ti eh:h row of .-ton- a they are beinjr rammed, M that the ii.-r slit may le in line with each other. After the stone ate laid and well r...

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. — 29 October 1875

t--1 1 1 1 1 1 I n n nnTr i tit t. O. IlCWOU't- o. J Id Wot., Issued Lviry Fiiuiy i'li'Tiiiij,. Second Door Last cf Ine Po&t-Cffict. Term of Srnljuoriiition : One Year - '" .-ix M..11II1 1 " Three Months "" Findlay Business Directory. Tmpt'. w.v a s'n i:i"si-:li." am... J Findlav. jilk Ollice uv r 1 -lller. u.ie. JfcuU-auoe, M-conc dor, up ATT'lllM-.Y AT I. A ' Cain Aii Wnl Miai-:i:w in :t.- ami I. S t a.d Kocnd Miii!iM .-mm lei lu.ctre A Ju-uceof lnBf'-. wi.l lo e,iiveii-i?iK and IhKii.k l.-j.-iii'ii. ji - Konu . 1 M -l-xl.ffii liui.uiu, I-1 .;-. - ATruKNr.V AT LAW. Offlcrf In New Banc Building, West fi-- ! Ma.u rtree(, N.MI (Nov. 1.) J.II.JOllAfeOX, ATriiKNKV ANIJOl"NHKLUK at law, tindiay.oliio. OlMee iu "HiU: ri-n. ' l.undii k. North --aM ol li.iirt House. Win :.t-l-ul womi.tiy vi uulni-s cultuted l In enre. A.iili,i".!. . - j t. ti i-4 a. i.iru TToKSKY AT LAW, ..moreover W. I. Ivii( (VnWnn-, Mam Wlrrl, lemiiiy.Olilo. Aplil II, .1- JAI OH . KI KKI.T, ATTORNEY A.NDCOL'N.SKLLOR...

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. — 29 October 1875

Wit tlimmm. Fludlaj O. Ot t 29, 1W5. GENERAL NEWS. Gea. Belknap fcius to be the coiuing luaa for U. S. Senator in Iowa. The President has designated Thurs day, November 25, 1S75, as Thaukr-friv-iog Day. JOHX D. STKVESSOi' has been appoint ed U. 8. Marshal for the Eastern District of Missouri. The Pennsylvania election takes place next Tuesday. The outlook w very flat tering for Republicans. OlebUlallen, after blowing his "bazoo at Pittsburg Monday night, has returned to Ohio. The echo of his foghorn wiH cotue back next Tuesday night in the shape of reports of heavy Republican majorities for Hartraiift. iov. ALLKS spoke to a large meeting at Pittaburg, Pa., on the 23th inst. Ca KY is also .to unbosom himself to the PKnnamites. Too uiuch Allkx and Ca rt is what ailed the Democracy of this State, and the Pennsylvania Democrats will do well to profit by the awful exam ple set in Ohio. A most terrible and disastrous confla gration occurred at Virginia City, Xev., last Tuesday, by which a...

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. — 29 October 1875

Carnahans' DRY GOODS THE LAWSEST STOCK OF FALL AM) WINTER OOIS IN FIN I) LAV. friic railnrc of a larsc milli ter or Woolen Mills has enabled us to sell (Jowls of that c lass tower lhaii any Establishment in Fiiullay, while at the same time, wo will Rive letter (Jootls. ALL WOOL FLAN N ELS ALL WOOL YARNS, Mmc of the very U-st Ohio Wools, miii gusnititi-ed all wool. We imvc all the nnwl .h-siral ile styles for Sliirtinss, Dressca or I'lidcrwear. J Varus, we have ever' grade ! r and ii;ilit.y, and and will SAVE ANY ONE MONEY WHO WILL GIVE US A CALL. Carnahans Have Kill! Iim-s 'f JEAKS, SATINETS, TW'nEI'S. CASSMEKES, Taken from t lie Imnknipt stin k of several Ijirjje Xlaniif.Kloriw. CARNAHANS Have all the New Shades and New Coods in Fall and Winter Dress Goods. Having a Wholesale Depart ment 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 cost our compet...

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. — 29 October 1875

Home, Farm and Garden Feeding by Rule. There are a great man; wt-n who lutve a habit of doing erf-rrfliin hr come fixed rule. They go to lied at n certain time, and if they fail to awake in the monuDg at the usual time they are angry at them selves all day. They make it an "inva riable rule to work a certain cumber of boars each day, and their going out and coining in' in according to tome well established plan. They take a certain amount of certain kind of food, and everything in regard to diet in brought under the dominion of an inflexible law. Some of these men are farmer-", and they carry their idea of "law and orier" into all their farm arrangements They feed their livestock -with great regulari ty, both in refrard to time of feeding and the quantity. They t ry to ascertain how many pounds of hay a cow requires in a day, and then an nearly as posniMe feed Jut that quantity every twenty-four hours. Tbht plan swiiis to me to be very objectionable. Every one knowH that in the ease...

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