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

THE JEFFERSOKIAN fc. . . Ut. WUl.i r.. JLf icbuea Lvurv ti.s-i ii'.foicp Second Door ciauitf lii Pjit-Caict. 'IVl'.l.i. i f'tl.rvrii-li. :ii: Ve;.r I-ix Tli 1 1-: Mo::'.a-. 1 Hi Findlay Business Directory. .t. . i' - " ' 1 .-.' ,.su :.' -si...,.'..; A I A r !..... . - -I- lie. K: ; I ..:,-1 :"':' '.oe . ' ' ' A IT i'Vi.Y Al l... v ' -it 3 1 l.i - ii l .i : ' I... . :l 1 . 'I . I: I . ;;i' ' - j ! ! A" 1, . J : k . r-'t . "s:i v.. i .;!. .. ( v. .2-' I I i. It.M.l M. 4 Ti.'!iSi I A Ml lolN sf.1,1 nii AT I. X. W, .V ii" 'iy. 1 ' '"" "a--! '' l..i '11 III--m?-! Ill I 'l.rl Il';ll-e. 111 M(- l. i.il i,....i'.y io liu-i :.. :e-.iu-. 1 to In ,.. r.. Ai'MI Vi. ixlt. J n a..s .. i.ii i:, i i' jiiNtV AT LA W. irii4vi-r I. liivi-. . " s -t or, - X .it n H:i-i I, r in.iiiy.Ml.io. ' Aj.m 11, j ii oh I'. :l tin t. r. 4 '1 fn:KV A.M tol.'.-I.I.I-il. Al LAW, .V jiiHi Notiiii t'rtiiic W in at. eel jaoinei :y ,M.ii lUMIM.'lillli'- 11 ci;.-. I'ariicil IrtrMllviill'iii to v li loOll.cl i.l;s, I ailil....

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 5 November 1875

Wat tfttx&unfon. t-'indlaj , O. ot. 5,175- SOME GOOD BRIDGES. There lias beeu luucli -.oti;pla.:iit iu the past in regard to tlie ephnutral ami flim y construction of tlie bridges and cul verts in this county, and not without good and fcuificient reafon. It apjx-ared m if it took years of t-xoerience to dem onstrate that it was Me econofi-'y to put up eheap'and icuiQcieiil fctructureH that the next freshet carried away. Within the last fire years there has been a very decided and much-needed improvement in thia respect. We hare now six iron bridges in Ibis county, outside of Find lay, and they apjear to be, no far as we have examined, durable and substantial structures. Perhaps our county is as much indebted to Jos. Saltzmax, Eq., for the inaugural iou of this fcyhteiu of permanent and Mibt-tautial improve iuentg,as to any other one man. It lias certainly been inaugurated since he bus been a Commifsioner, aud we think from the time be came into the Board. Last Monday we pent a f...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 5 November 1875

Carnahans' Moll Ml DRY GOOD: TIIK LAMSEST STOCK OF FALL AM) WINTER (.OODS IN FIN I) LAY. TIic rail lire or a large num !er or Woolen 31 ills lias enaljlcl iistosoll Goods of that class Imer than any MstahlMuiKiit i" Findlay, while at the same time, .we will give letter Goods. ALL WOOL FLAN NELS ALL WOOL YARNS, Made of tlic very lust Ohio VWmls , iiml iriianiiilecI all wool. Wc liavc nil tli; most desirable styles for Shirtings, I ii esses r t'wlerwcar. In Yarns, we have every jrnvlo color ami quality, and ' anil will SAVE ANY ONE KONEY WHO WILL GIVE CS A CALL. Garnahans Have Full Lines of JEANS, .SATINETS, TWEEDS. CASSIMEHES, Taken from (lie bankrupt slock of several I.iir-rc Manuf..etories. CARNAHANS Have all the Xew Skules and NiwOooilsin 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 reason of tha im mense amount of business we transact. We propose to retail Goods at what they cof...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 5 November 1875

Home, Farm and Garden Seasonable Hints. There is Each Tall work which should be done promptly. Diir the potatoes when the ground is fret from excessive nioifitnew, so that the dirt will not htick to them. Let the potato lie until t!iy are quitedry, and store away, either in a pit in the ground, or a dry cellar. They should be entirely excluded from the light, otherwise the flavor will be damaged. An eeoiuiuicnl way to dig potatoes is to uae a four or hit fined sta ble fork. One man may go alone, lift and shake them upon the surface, which very nearly or quite tteparates them from the dirt, while another frathers them in to a basket and carrie them to a pit, or or pate them iu a waron to be carried to a cellar. A fork i a light implement and is forced into the ground very eaily. A large quantity of potatoes may be dug in this way in a very rliort time. They may perhaps be plowed out in a more rapid manner, but more time will le re quired to take them out of the soil with a barrow, or...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 12 November 1875

THE JEFFERSOHIAM K. G. DKWOI.Flt. O. .1 PieVot-rL. DEWOLIL BROS. Iisued Every Fiute M.niirg. Second Dgj. Sasttf th2 Pc&t-Cmce. 1"ti-ji.e i H u 1 .ee-l . i , 1 10:1 ; 'lie i cr :, - ' t-ix M. !:;..- 'i'i.ice M . 1 Findlay Business Directory. Troiiv KY A Si) O I N.-ii :. l.'o i Tt'rt: r .ie n.r 1..:' M-iie. r.ntntu'-, Ui. O- ir, ue :h .e. l Ai AhltSl.i.l , A m I - 1 i i i . i - i - m.i.i u-i .. : - if ill --!.- A i ' -'1 lo C .l:V!-ai;'-.ii; ' - li run 1 M .J -o.; ' l,i..v, V'i TO INKV A J LA'A'. llli'- . lo A"S i'.U Mi.fi .Mre.-., No t'j j. if. . s. A ll'li'.Vl Y AM' 'i-NSK!.UfK A "I l.v'A, ft-.niav lliiei. ljltl--eln -lO Jt'-'l'l re is I. ml liiollllillv to IMlslI.I M. eiillll-xd !' i'l v-.r". Alii ,bi. J Mi.s a. t.irt;, A "IToKM-.Y A'l LANS', iHi-e over LiHVli. A I o sl,r-. .vanl t;iiu 1. I lui.ii.y. oIjio. A.in it, w Jtl OBI'. I l l'.i l, A TMRVKV jNIpI-.,IN.1-.U.MII A T LAW. TV ud Nolan' I'dilic. maiit-i d .rouij.t j lu ail Iiukiikk cmrii'-'ed "i l"s cue. .!- 'nrmii-liln.il 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. — 12 November 1875

Sfcei MUx soman. FlndUj , O. Aot. IS , 1875. "CROOKED WHISKEY." Results of the Raid—A batch of Whiskey Sinners on Results of the Raid—A batch of Whiskey Sinners on the Mourners' Bench, and ,more on the Anxious Seat—Lively Prospects in the Near Future. The raid of tbe Government on the Whiskey Ring in St. Lonis and eke where, promises to be the most fruitful of practical results of any f-imiiar move ment ever made by the Government. A special dispatch to tbe Cincinnati Ga zette, from St. Loufc, under date of Nov. 8th, eays of tbe raid in tbe city : Tbe but of the indicted distiller at St Louis, Jouette, pleaded guilty to day, and the time seems to have come to raw inarize the result of the opening cam paign in the greatest and iiiot success ful contest with fraud which has ever been waged by any department of the government. There have been in St. Louis in all thirty-one pleas of guilty, and in every case.exeept where the guilty ones have ?iven evidence to the government, the oil mea...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 12 November 1875

Carnalians DRY GOODS THE LA IM! EST ST(M 'K OF FALL A XI) IV INTER iOODS INFIMLAV. The failure !' larsc num ber of Woolen 31ills lias enabled us to sell Goods of that ( hiss Imer than any Establishment in Findiay, while at the same time, we will sive letter Goods. ALL WOOL FLANNELS ALL WOOL YARNS, Mule of tin- very lust Ohio Wools, :unl ;ii;traiil-itl all wool. We have all Hie mr,t ilifiralth- styles for !iirtin::s Uk-sm'H or I'mlrrwear. In Yarns, we have every rad color ami quality, anil ami will SAVE ANY ONE MONEY WOO WILL GIVE US A CALL. Garnahans Iltve Full I.iiKof JEANS, HA TIXFT.S, masJi units', Tiikrii fiom tut- liiiiikriiI sum k f several Ijirire Maimf.vlnries. CARNAHANS Have all the; New Shades and NewOoixls 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 teaso u of th im mense amount of business -we transact. We propose to retail Goods at what tfcey coet 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. — 12 November 1875

Home, Farm and Garden When and How to Fatten Pigs. Now is the time to hurry along tbe pigs which are lein fiiftt-Ded for the market, for a bushel of meal will ' do more good now than a bushel and a half will in the winter. Yet a great many farmers keep their shoats along on t-k hu rtled milk and soft corn, with a few small potatoes.and do not really begin the fat tening process until the middle of No vember. That the soft corn and pota toes are good food for pigs which are to be kept over cannot be denied, but they are Dot nutritious enough for bogs which are to be fastened as soon as possible. The great principle, "from nothing,noth ing can come," slioul l be kept in mind by farmers who hope to make a great deal of meat from a moderate quantity of inferior food. lincause soft corn auc small potatoes will keep pigs alive, and even make them grow, it does not folio that such a coarse of diet will cause them to ttJte on a great deal of fleh. Many things will sustain life whi"h will no...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 19 November 1875

THE JEFFERSON! AN L. G. DCWOU'U. ' I'l-V.Oi.n;. DEWOLIE EROS. Issued Every Friday Mornicg. Second Door 20! tf 4he Poct-CSce. One six M- 2 1 Ml Tiiice. M ii.i. Findlay Business Directory. VIP J.'. -l-V A.MM.'il.sr.:... i.. w it, ni.iia , !!: 'HH'-- ''i i aOrr-oi. T i-ne. I 'ti. .11 ai-.hmh . .'.'.'Hit. - 'I. II It , .11 lea !'t .1 I -.11 II ! l.i.i. iji:i- !:! ai :-. n e-o lir n v- ::.,. a s i ! i i A ! . -out I -K ., i ... Tf l-M-V A! J-AW. A itl i-t lee Mrf u Sired, So t' j.H.stn: (viv, Tii.ilNKl ANil'iirN.-hl.l'tll.M LAW, e i .'! . lino. ('liiecni "ili-iU'l1 rots' j.... .ii. a. S.mii ca-f . '.liri ll.m-e. Vl 111 at tend l.niiiip:i) occil-io. enlliisitd In lil- A K' ,llM.V AT LAW, . ,.! i ..v. r lluvls 4 Cu'h str . V:i:u jstieci. r ;u-i.h. ii. Aj.iii li, Jacob t. . !-. . VTTOKNKY Mit:,i('NM I.l.i.i: A I' LAW. and.Vdll, I'clilic. Vv ill alui.d prompt-)' (mil hiiMiie- nllltslid loins file. -.tlinu-Umnn.l M.n i;i vi II l i'ii mil , I ai I lOonlng ail Lauds, hi.ii Oi.sii.c h ii: i l ln...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 19 November 1875

Wit Bttlttmmi Fiadlaj, O. 10,1575. GENERAL NEWS. I Okokok Orwiq, nged sixty fire, sui cided at BtsIWue, Ohio, last Saturday. He was iusar. Johs G. Tuoxpsox, Chairman of the Ohio Democratic State Executive Cotn mitte, ia a candidate for Sergeant-at-Arm of the National House of Eepre eat&ttres. lie thiokV'it would do much good" for him to hare it If Thompson ahould get the place, Gas Coniuiiwiioner DODD should be placed on his staff. The Democratic papfrs all over the country are crying for pace and harmo ny. The party won't harmonize, how ever. The rag baby is in the way. Dactel Ustdkrwood, a well-to-do farmer, living near New London, Ohio, committed eaicide I.-ist Tuesday by tak ing poison. The Grand Encampment I. O. O. F. was In session at Indianapolis thin week. The Tiffin Star hag been sold by J. K. IIUDDLK tO SAMCRL Ml'LL, I). B. HlD- dlk aad Peter Huddle. So says the Toledo Sunday Journal. Gen. L W. Sherwood and George S. CasfielD have purchased (he Toledo Sunday Journal. M...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 19 November 1875

w MMffi ! Tlie Ijarsrst and CTieaKst Stock of DRV GOODS. P NEW STYLES IN DRESS GOODS ! ALL THE NEW STYLES! ! Every dayduring tie past fifteen days the Dray bare bjou e instantly driving op to tbe front of the large Wholesale and Itetatl Store of T. and W. R. Caraahan, bringing lo'd ot Ooodajusl purchased in New York City. This ix the largest stock ever brought to Fiudlay. They have all been bought on a specie basts. They coin prim ail the moot fashionable Goods and Newest Wtyles in Dry Uoods including Liressfjnods, Silks, Irish Poplins, Cashmeres, Alpacas, In visible Plaids In all grades. Ladles in search of something new In Dress Uoods, will be sure to what they want, Thelnimence quantity of Uoods purchased by this firm to' supply the wants of their large Wholesale and He tail Trade enable them to bay them cheaper than any other establishment. go go 02 lilies' City-Made SACQUES and CLOAKS, Ktp brace all the New Patterns, from the Cheapest to the best. Their stock In so large that 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. — 19 November 1875

Home, Farm and Garden Cloverseed not an Exhausting Crop. It is well understood that most plants exhaust the fertility of the noil more in perfecting their need than in growing their other portions leaf, ptems and roots. This is true of wheat, rye, bar ley, and probably of all the grains, as also of t:uiothy and other grasses. The experience of fanners accords with the deductions of science ia this particular; but a correspondent of the Y. Herold, doubtless reasoning from analogy, makes the seine statement respectingclover.and cautions fanners not to grow too much clover seed lest their lands ehould be im poverished. We do not, of course, dis pute that clover seed takes from the soil some important fertilizing elements; but their loss is moi e than compensated for by other advantages, and clover, even when grown for seed, poswbly chiefly when grown thu, is oi.e of the best ameliorating and renovating crops. The caution to fanners not to grow clover seed is contradicted by universal e...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 26 November 1875

THE JEFFERSON! iSLUt. :A'-rv rV , :1 -2' -!';. Second Doer -as cf in; -C Ihe 'i'eo-ili . l.t'l'l!.t I ' I I '. On- ii-ar :i ..- Tar.-.- M ...C- Findlay Business Directory. J. M. tl.f t K. VTi'.alKV ASI0.lvi-.:.!.. r'lt,.ll' . Hi". l.l: ' ' kiMC Ki.lia.ic-. .- -iii tS:i -i, " '. 1 I. I tl. ill AKIIM.t 1 . ATI' 'If. r.V i I I. a ' 1 ' ''i " - "' MlfJ !!- .tl !' t ' .1 - - lii-.c-.re A- i .:.:...! ' - ' l- e h.v - i,jii.iuiia -H'Kllll , I -i .'ll i' t..'l, l.t .Si. ATro:t.u.VAfLA. 111 If .:ti--.-i- ll.tik i'.uii'liny M .i .i si, eel. w. l.v I lil. '.I J. li. Jit Ml MN. Aii.iiivr.i amh; i;.ssi.i.i i: A !.av, t llMli.y, . tu.il. .,lli--elll -flir.-'J' r el's ' .. v. .i.l. .rint il i.tilt il..i.-e. iA i li :i f- 1.1.1 I i l I 1 UuMUel-H t-UUUr.iil lf "l A 1.1 1 i !1 iSTi. -.IC. ' J r Mi.S .. lllll'E, IT -HM-V AT LA W , '..liiiv'ivw V. I., lavin 4(u'Mnr. Ms.ii. S!:,.. t. I- Mil". Ajitill, .1 t . B I'. (.1 ::! , . Il-.KKYAMM:.jlNSi.I.I. IC M I.'.H, i..l N.lty luliln.-. w iljaiu-i.i y U mil ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 26 November 1875

k Mhtstmm. Ftndlaj, O. Ar 26,1875- GENERAL NEWS. Th Spanish war cloud luw patwd. Moody and Saskky are iu Philadel phia. There Lave been 77,290 hogs slau filter ed in Cincinnati since Jfovember 1st. Joyce, the 'crooked" man. reposes, in the Missouri penitentiary. A bill has been introduced into the Mexican Legislature to ei.tol.ilUh com palsory edacation. The recent visit of Red Cloud, and other Indian Chiefs it Washington, cost the Government 15, IKK). L. B. JOHSSOX's liiu works, at San dusky, were destroyed by fire la-t Satur day night. Low. 4,0). The Alta Califurninn, of San Fran- jtiaiuv lift 4 been sued for IibeL The arr'uved oarty claims fc50.0-:H) damages. ORH.I8 C. Tebby, L'uited States Sena tor from Connecticut, dfed at his home in Korwalk, Conn., at 3 o'clock last Sat urday afternoon. A Berlin dispatch says that over one hundred priests have fc-iven notice of their eabmission to the drman Lauca tion&l Laws. The monitors Lehigh and Montank have been ordered to be fitted ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 26 November 1875

: , f fix The Iiant and SIk t of DRY COODS. Atf IK STYLES IH DRESS GooDS ! ALL Till! NEW .STYLES.'.' Ever, day d irl-a -li-. pit fl teen d a the ! y !i t t . e .t-ii,-ly lrivi:i4 ij 1 be Ir ml ol ;h-large Vh'i"eiiil.: and i .elatl HUre o: I. and ' it. fa.-nahan, oriugiug lo-ids ot Uijodsjust purchased in New York City. Tbis u the largest tsx ever brought to f indlay. They h iv ill lieeu bought on specie baala. Tn-) o-itnuriie ail the most fi -biouable Cioods and --t Htylea In Iiy -! -Including liresiiii'MKl, Silks. Irish foplln-, Cashinerea, Alpacas luvU.ble I'luid. in all grades. Ladies In search of aomeluiug new Id Li rem Goi-ds, will tw mire lo what they wauL The immenct d i.tll ol O.kmJ purchased by tbla Brio to Miily I be wauU of their large Wholesale and 11111 Tradeenable I beta to buy them cheaper that any ilmri'abllhinc'iit. 93 93 GO Ladies' City-Made SAWJUES and CLOAKS, Embrace all the New Patterns, from the Cheapest to Ihe lieKt, Their Mock In so large thai they can please...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 26 November 1875

Home, Farm and Garden How Farmer's Wives Break Down. A woman tells thin story to Cultivator, and many can testify of their own knowledge that it is J!y true : - "She has four little girls the eldest aix years, and the yoaoge.tt three months. Her husband keeps bix cows, and culti Tates a farm of a hundred acres.em ploy ing two hired men to aid him. Three meals mart be cooked daily for a family ' of seren, not counting the baby, four children dressed and eared for; the milk of six cows attend 3d to, and butter made ; while the weekly washing and ironing must be accomplished in the same way. From four o'clock in the morning until ten, and sometimes eleven, at night.one pair of hands and one pair of feet per form this labor, and now the tired body rebels, and says "Tni cannot be en dured." J jet me tell you of another ease. The farmer and his wifa his three children, all under eight years. He employs two hired men, boarding them, and keeps eleven cows. A wouiaa comes in to do the washin...

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 December 1875

THE JEFFERSONIAN .. O. IIKWOLF:-:. o .; ; v.-.;';. E. 0WOLii; i-c.;. Issue i lv iy ffi-i.-. ;i .i.,ic. Second Do jr casif j r-i-Clnce. riiiw of rrti '.t-ti-i.ti.ii : OacYrar -;i Mi At-miis ' I " Turct -1 otulis . 'M Findlay Business Directory. I ,V r nit i- , ...if.. 11 I I '-M'tt'a V al-eaL r .mc -, -e o;e tj.,,,., ;l. :s ail -f iff- -- I rr(n i. - a .-. ! " i. 'V A'l i ; i - I. It, !,. ; ' : ' - . lo-cu.- k : . ,- .1 ; . . U. I t.tl l-l K V ... I ;.. . '(!! -- rut I 4 ... I. -fii i-i . I. I, lil , Atto ttv r LAW. tola f i - x -' i-.it laiiMn iz. .-.' .-.e ol J. II. Jri S.V, .t.Mtl"-. .'.'.V-M-l ol: A !..'", ii s . iiui t.lll.-eyit -11.. t. tent' A o .! iM ui Curl Il..u-e. Will at- trlllj plttlfipllV t( tniteiit'SS fUltU-ittl Ifl ill :r-. " Apill tti XL A iTyKNtV li LAW, .ili-.e . M.re. i, r lut.jrj . Ilavit 4 l '' st..r-. ..iani iu AHil 1 1, .1 J -.l K i.i i!Ut 1 . ATI'' lt SKY "L .' jtN.-l-.I.Llii: -il" LAW. muJ N'U..i I uliilc VV Hi i:I .ron.pi jr lo Jl buiuftf t.itiiU'-ltd lo h...

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 December 1875

Wht tiittzomm. Fladl J, O. Dec 3.1875. WHAT WILL THEY DO! The Urge Democratic majority in tbe Lower House of Congress, Boon to assem ble, will give that party an opportunity to offer some remedy for the many ills with which they have persistently insist ed the country is afflicted. It is no ex cuse that the Senate and Executive are of tbe opposite political faith, as this will not, and should not, prevent them from offering to the country some panacea for the many ills which Democratic im agination has conjured up as resting upon the nation. There is not the least doubt but that tbe Democracy will make all the party capital possible out of the circumstance of their partial restoration to power in the nation. Hence we can expect but little from tbe present House, except a bitter partizan crusade against the Republican party. Whenever there is tbe least chance to investigate a Re publican official, it will be joyfully im proved. Whenever a blow can be struck at Republican policy.it wi...

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 December 1875

M mm The Largest and Clicajiost Stork or I)IiV GOODS. liloletMail NE W STYLES IN DRESS GOODS ! ALL THE NEW STYLES!! Every day during 'he past fifteen days the Iray have bjeu e tutlaully driving up to lbe front of the large Wholesale and Retail 8 tore of T. and W. R. Carnahau, bringing la ids of UooJx J a-t purchased In New York City. This i the largest stock evr bri.iig.ii to Fladlay. Tbey have all been bought on a specie basis. They comprise all the most fashionable Uoods and Newest Mtyles Jn Dry Uoods Including Ureas Uoods, Silks, Irlta Poplins, Cashmeres, Alpacas, Invisible Plaids in all grades. Ladies In search or something new In Dress Goods, will be sure to what tbey want. The immenee quantify of Goods purchased by this firm to supply the wants of their large Wholesale and Ketall Trade enable them to buy them cheaper than any o.lieresialilUliineuL P3 go Ladies' City-Made SAC(UESaiidCIX)AK8, Embrace all the New FaLterna, from " the Cheapest to the Best. Their stock is so large ...

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 December 1875

Home, Farm and Garden Special Correspondence of the Cincinnati Gazette.] THE AGRICULTURE OF OHIO. Search After Forty Bushels of Wheat to the Acre— Replies to Secretary Klippart's Inquiries—Tremendous Yield in Sandusky County. Mr. John II. Klippart, the iudefatiga ble Secretary of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture, has been endeavoring to Mcertein whether the production of fort 7 boshels of wliea; to the acre in Ohio in one of the lost arts. The Board require at least that much in order to entitle the grower of a crop to a premi um, and many farmer had declared that this standard ought to be lowered. If so, then it was evidence either that the fertility of Ohio soil either had diminished, or that the processes of ag ricultural industry in this State, instead of advancing towards perfection, had actually been impaired. Mr. Klippart did not believe that either of these were true. Up to 183C or 1840, forty bushels to the acre was not an uncommon crop of wheat in many counties of Ohio,...

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