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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 10 December 1875

THE JEFFERSOMIAN t-0.DEW.ji.lt. O.J JiIWGi.lE. DEWOLrE BROS. Issued Every Friday Moruiii. Second Doer Eastcf ths Post-CRce. 1'eriiin of Sxlsei ii.ion : Ouc Year -' f-iA izouihs Three- Mutiius 1 to Findlay Business Directory. j.m.i-ii.nf.K, VTroRKV ASUUil'SSEMtS ATI. AW t-'ittdla, ilil. Olii'-e ovir i alter... i.'u at ire. Kulrauce, -e;oiK dour, up m j2l1''-!" rr liiM.v r a a WiU i-f it--; o -si-it- aiei ' s oiiil, . i iu i ...ii.'l . Iu-ii. -a iTTiu-lei to liKrue As J-j-iiee l-e- c. -v-. wki ' id .iiv.-ai l-n; In ii it .i i-si' i.iii- 'fIioe -,nu .M.I M--I.wle.ni iialitiiiirf. friadiiy, J. T. Il Si. Atw tNH.r .n law, will-:. iM Hank iluilIiug, Wel fade ol M t u -dreel, Nu.W (Nov. 12-1 1.) J.il.JOil ASO., AT I ' il N K Y A Ut'OUNStUXiK ATJ.A W. rifi.iiM . Ohio. j;:i.--In "ileamu riem' ituiiiiK. Nrlti east ol O.url House. Will at tend pioiopily to ouiii--s t-mniftitl to hia rare. A pi ll 'A, IS74, JtMU A. U4'tl TTKSr.Y AT LAW, (liifr W. I.. Davis! A C'o'k fta, Main MiueL, frludlay.Uli...

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 December 1875

President's Message. 7b I fie Snafc aud JI-w of j: i.a'.n tatiret i In submitting my seventh annual message to Congress in this, the Cen tennial year of our X::!:o:t.il existence asa.ree and -indcMuleiit people, it affords roe great pleasure to recur to the advancement that Las been made from the time of the Colonies, one hundred years ago. We were then a people numbering only 3f'i.O0i. Now we number more than -pirottybo. Then industries were oonf nd almost exclusively to the tillage of the soil. Now manufactories absorb much of the labor of the country. Our liberties re main uniinpaireil. Tlie bondsmen have been freed from Ma very. We have eoome possessed of the respect, if not the friendship, of ail eiviii,ed nations. Our progress has U-en ireul. in all the arts, in bcieuee, agriculture, commerce, navigation, miniiig, niecl anics, law, medicine, etc., ami in general educa tion the progress is likewise encourag ing. Our thirteen Htates huve become thirty-eight, including Colorado, ...

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 December 1875

CAIAMI ! The Largest and CupaiHst Stock of DRY (iOODS. P A'tflV STYLES IN DRES3 GOODS J ALL THE NEW STYLES!! Every day during ibe past fifteen data ihe ll.-ay h t h, wn e instantly driving op to the ffoulQf lip large 4'holeaaleand Retail Htore uf f. aod W. R. UiimbtD, bringing lo -ds of Uoods Just parehated In New York Clly. This a Uie largest stjex ever brought to Flnd.'ay. They h tv all boen bought, o specie basis. Thty ciiaiirlw all the roost faxhiouable Ooods and Mewed. tMylea lu Dry Ooods Including ilresa Wood,Mllks, Irish Poplins, Cashmeres, Alpaeaa, Invisible Plaid Id all grades. Ladles fq search of something new In Dress Go ls, fill be aura to what tbey want. The imuience quantity ol Ooods purchased by this firm to atiputy the wants of their large Wholesale and Retail Trade enable them In boy them cheaper than any nfhereWablishmenL go B. SACiJUKS and CLOAKS, F,m brace all Ins New Patterns. fro-n the fjeauear. to the hest. Their stock Is an large that tbey can please any one....

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 December 1875

Home, Farm and Garden HIGH FARMING. The English Agricultural Gazette con tains the following tvimtrat.!.; nrlicleon farming: "What are you giving for oats jtirt " ow, Mr. Drake V we asked, 'when en gaging a carriage at a livery etable. "Thirtj-four shillings a quarter, sir," was the reply. "Thirty -four shillings a quarter! Why, yoa can buy fair oats for a shilling a bushel lean than that." "Yes, sir, I know that, too; but I have long since learned that it is never good policy to boy or ute a (second-rate ar ticle." To what eprtiiint of fanning, we wonder, does not this maxim apply, and in what department does it not need en forcement! Second rate horse incur as grt a daily cost, and yield much less in return. Second-rate food for horses, cheaper though it be, produces "foot pound" of force per shilling of its cost. Second-rate implements produce an in ferior result at more expense of draught. Second rate laborers often do but half per shilling of their smaller wages. Second-rate va...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 17 December 1875

HE JEFf ERsONIAN ,a.DIOiJ'K. - l'i,Lfi:. V DE WOLFS BROS. f Issued livery Friday McTiiluK- i Second Door East of th? Potl-Ctfioc. t Tnn of Su'oKTii.lion : One Year 2 of Hi I'.i::h 1 ! o Tim Moctus .". City and Country Directory. Arrival and Departure of M ils at t c Finovay Post-Office. IiirrAHTiHi. tarry F.rtifh C. A U HU., ftl-'i a. tn. A. . 4 . Af. 0m"V frmrh, l!:l&a n. . Jivrlti. :T Jn. AKKtVAl. Oir.v Airtwr C.A.4' C. V. f .'' P- In. L, K A 1. JCh tvnUh. il.l'ia In. " - A'r , I 1 m. fan Bmrm, Portage, Mmy nnntl K'v ling it -Inclay, "I hurwinv Hiunluj, .m fa J Illanrhti, d, Ji'mrkiox-H ami y.ui, j Oz '. Weon-wdnv aud r-aliirday, hi I n ArUnao. WiUiamslnwn and Itunktrk-TuwU? 11 nil Humid?, el I p. in. at tije IHtiutn. Jia tike, Rrlmore, awt '.1 uomIm v and I- rid , at 7 a. 111 . f ealoa Uui.jr, Kt-tnlty and ifc--KiiiKy.ft 6 a. m JtfcUM6at Purtagr CmUr -Tut.v!j ,1 haiMiay and Halarday, at 1 p. ut. COUNTY OFFICERS. (Wiv yrfjr--jHme I'illar. jtH?i.ttir- 0xrj; H. Mosl.er. Irrkof V...

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 December 1875

tffcrsoman. i'iuiIlaj.O. Dec. 17, IM.. CONGRESS. DEC. 9 Anions t!i h'.W- introltuid iu the Senate was out to -xt-ud t'.j.; du ration of the court for tlie aJjurliuttion of the Geneva attar ; authorizmn; in payment of duties on imports in tenders aiid uatiouai hank not en. After a short executive e-iori tlie S'-uate ad journed. DEC. 10 Tile Senate was not in ses sion. Iu tbe'IIou-; a Mil was intro duced fixing the rates of postage on t r.ui ient matter, pampM-t. circulars, etc., at on? cent for two ouik;s. Adjourned over till Tuesday. Dec. 14 In the Senate a AA was parsed to extend tiie duration of the Alabama Claims C jniirission. The I. ini-iaua question was discussed at length, aud Mr. McMillen granted leave to withdraw bin credentials. The report o the Attorney-General was presented and ordered printed. In the House Mr. Blaine offered a Constitutional Amend ment providing that no public money raised for 6chool funds, shall be under the control of any religious denomina ion. Bills...

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 December 1875

mm ! Tim l opmu. nti; o-i t nv t StiU'L: fiT DRV (.GODS. NEW STYLES IN DRESS GOODS : ALL TUB NEW STYLES 1 ! Every day daring the past flleen davs ili Dray have l-.n onstaully driving- up li ihc front or the large Wholesale and Itelall Kuire of T. and W. K. Carnauan. bringing lo .tlx ol Uoodsjaat purchased la New York City. This is the largest sloes ever brought to Flndlay. They have all been bought on a specie hauls. They comprise all the most fashionable Goods and Newest Btylee In lry tioods including Dress Uoods, Bilks, Irish Poplins Cashmeres. Alpacas, Invtaible Plaids lu all grades. I adieu la search of something new In Drets Jo ls will be Mire to what they want. The liuuienc quantity ol (ioods purchased by this Ann to supply the wants of their large Wholesale and Retail Trade enable them to buy them cheaper ttiaa any other establishment. s - s a go Ladies' City-Made S ALHJUES and CLOA KS, Embrace alf the New Patterns, from the Cheapest to the Bfet. Their stock is ho large thai ...

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 December 1875

Home, Farm and Garden WHAT FARMING IS AND WHY SOME FARMER'S FAIL. Ifauy ou cGii-ii'i "vh;:t :niiii)H. i" or what if ou'iit t; ih. y would co 'lie to tli corjc!ii' ion t!i;it farmiiiig oujfLt to lie the lutinagirijj of luii'l o a to keep it in condition to pay fjr c :u pation, atil there may lie runny firms which will pay for occupation which nil! not pay for cultivation; that i-: there ;;r.? vrjjt tracts of count ry uhic;':, from the natur of the soil, fro.n t!n! lii'h ' pricj of labor anI from its aJisptuhiiity to r'-iua'Q in rx-rtiiiiDetit actual';.-.', would pay exw'linIy wll to rZ" with any kind of lire ''x:b and by rais ing slocKJ dairying, f;t r-uiri and wool growing, tc, uiony could be made v-ry fjit this v.-o'iM b farming, and ajiy syKm of cultivation and court. . of ''ro?i'",tJ on good, fr! working land, w hich would keep t!i I n. 1 rich in plant fvKd and allow of tilling eaou'h to cov er expenses and pay interet-t of capital and also profit to occupier, would be farming, 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. — 24 December 1875

THEJEFFERSV-:: E. O. DEWOI-r.. 1'KWOI.KE. PE WOLFS 3R.0S. Issued iiv.-iry Friday Morning. Second Door Ea&ttf the Pobt-CfSce. Tennn of SrulRcrijtion : Ono vr : 2 Six il titlis Three M'jntii 1 (,) City and County Directory. Arrival and Depart jro of M lis at ti.e Findiay Post-Off! ce. DurAKirar. Carry Hran.1i C. A U iK...l-is. mi. L. I. t-K- ihV " '5" ' forth. in. (V' ya-eh f . . t -. ' K . S "" ! I. K t i f-'i. .v' 'i ! '" A'r A, I .a p I'um Hum l".rni. aud Jt,.li,:y llrt'-R -l'iM!-l4r. iui-1 m.ilS"-ir.i,l in Wf ItlOMrh-t U. MvKekloan mttt hfi'll' ')irr. Weou -a ami etutiy. I . , Artmg m. WiUtamMun ana liuuktrk J ucMla) aurtKatur'i..y.aiip. ui. Ottawa Ho-okr.. Pelmorr. and G.I Vn-l linulav and Frid.v.al 7 a. lu. eW Mye, Nt'tH'ty and I'tntUeto Friday.! t a a,, in . tleVumliamt luring' CnUr - Tuesday.! liUrwl:- Mid nalurduy, Ulp lu. COUNTY OFFICERS. rtM'4 lina Jj!-;inne Pillar. tttr ootk h. Mo Iier. Urk-if Co"U Peter Filer. Tmuirrr- Peter Hosl.-i. -Jtmirtl -r la u I Ktraeifr. fr Jt...

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 December 1875

Wht Mfcrsoiuan. Fiadlaj.O.. Dec. 31, 1S75. THE DEMOCRATIC ELEPHANT. Each day of the present EesMon of Congress develops more strikingly what was suspected from the first that the Democrats have an nnasually-tized ele phant on their hand in the thape of a controlling majority in the lower House. So long as the Speakership was the sin gle bone of contention, an ordinary effort was successful in controlling the Democratic animal", but when the Speaker elect came to the tatk of select ing Chairmen for the Committees of the House, there were more holes to fill, and the pegs multiplied in proportion. An?, when the Committees were finally an nounced, to liken the Democratic side of the House to a mena'erie of enraged nnimnls would be drawing a mild com parison. A careful and deliberate sur vey of the list in the morning papers did not serve to sliarpen their appetites for breakfast. Cox, Randall and Wood, who aspire to leadership on the Demo cratic side, were ignominiously thrust aside and...

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 December 1875

The Largest and Cheapest Stork of DRV COODS. NEW STYLES IN DRESS GOODS ! ALL THE NEW STYLES ! ! Every day during Ilia pant fifteen dy the Dray have b-n constantly driving op to Hie trout. of the large Wholesale and Hc-lall Hlore off. and W. K. !arnahan, irlnging lods ol Uoodxjust purchased In New York City. Tola Mtbe largest aUick ever brought to Fiudlay. Tbey bave all been bought on a specie b&Kl. Tliey com D rise all the moi4 fashionable Goods and Newest tttylea in Dry Oonds Including llroM tMxxix, Hllkx, IrUll Poplins, Cashmere, A I paean. Invisible Plaids In all grades. Indies Intwarcbof something new In Lnxsa Go ds, will be sore to what tbey want. Tbe imiuenca quantity ol ood parenaaed by this firm to supply the wants of their large Wholesale and Retail Trade enable them to buy tliem cheaper I baa any other eatabliKhraent. go go Ladies' City-Made SACtJUES and CLOAKS, Kmbraee all the New Pattern, from the Cheapest to the Best. Their stork Is no large that they can please any...

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 December 1875

Home, Farm and Garden A NOVEL TREATMENT OF WOUNDS. Hiring noticed an account of the pom what novel treatment recently ap plied in tbe eae of a wound, we al dressed a note of inquiry to the g-ntle-raar, named Mr. A. K. Smmt. a eom lnistion merchant in KaHhaore, and re reived a reply, a portion of -hi:li. ly penjleion we copy. Mr. Smoot says under date of Sept, 22: "On the 7tb of the present nioi-th I accidentally juiupf-d - from an elevation of three or four luet on a -large nail or ppike, driving it about two and a half inches through my foot. This happened in the morning, and tow ard evening the foot commenced swell ing, and the pain iucreitwl r'Oimicli that - it was with difficulty my physician?, Drs. Atkinson and Warner, could relieve me by the nse of the stront narcotic?. I slept but little during ti; nilit. The ncit diiy tlie uue treat ment wascoiitiii tied, withthe application of a hot poul I ice to the wound. On that day I receiv ed a card signed 'Sympathizer,' bating that th...

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. — 31 December 1875

THE JEFFEB.S ONiiLN t. C. lmui O.J lillOU'E. DE WOLFE BROS. Issued Every Friday Mcrmug. Second Door East of the Post-Office. Tenrm of fc?ubHeriition : One Yecr fi ' Six Months I Three Months City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of "flail at the Find lay Post-Office. DKrAkTl'KK. rurnt Itrm- k C. A A ti iir., 8.''; a. u. L. & i , L ti. fftng S'lu'h, 1 1 : i a lu. Aorf A. p. mi. 4RKIV1I- Orr'H hmr-h f. A. J f.. . . S i. p. fn. Z, f t i.. A'i. yny !.u'h. il.l i a m. - Ar k, !.; p in. nPAK1L'k. Can Bttrm, pianajr. anil II'.vUi ij tjrttn rue-d'V. I hunwlav ai.d SWl uniJ, l a. m Ml Jliamrha-U, MtiurAloi'n uml Jiu'u.y t 0ir. Wednesday moJ Saturday, at I p. lu. Atiingtm. U'illiamMm and InuUurk-Tu&Aiiy mud Htord-y, at 1 p. m. Om kvlff, fMi-uaa. Jtwuwke, Kelmrr, aid Gil- 6mx-'1 iie-dsv and rrids, at 7 a.'ui. Jl'vOu Huty, ttuinley aud I'tndletoitJfi llny..-t a a. ra MelimOiand PurUige Crnttr -Tuesday ,Thurdy aud Saturday, at 1 p. lu. COUNTY OFFICERS Oumm-m llrat Judyr James ...

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. — 31 December 1875

& Jjjtffcrsomitn. . Flndlaj, O., Dev. 31, 173. GENERAL NEWS. Hood and Saxikey are still in Phila delphia. Buffalo, X. V., Las 21, ".SO echoed children. The Alabama legislature oiivened Tuesday. ' Ei-Congressinan. A. C.VilJer,of Kan sas, it? dead. The report that Tweed is in Culm lias been confirmed. President Grant will receive New Year calls this season. The papers thesie days are full of ac counts of suicides. An earthquake Miock was felt near Bichmond, Va., last week. Mxdy and Saukey otieti iti the New York Hippodrome next month. Cleveland opened a .Newsboy and Bootblacks' Home lost week. V. C. Whitson, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Uah , is dead Nineteen persons were recently taken to the penitentiary from Lucas county. Chicago wants the Democratic Nation al Convention in 187C held in that city. The Royal Palace, at Barcelona, Spain, was almost destroyed by Are on the 20th lust. Charlie Ross was found again the other day, but as usual it was another boy." John If...

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. — 31 December 1875

CARNAHANS ! The Jjtrpst and Cheapest Stock of DRY GOODS. NEW STYLES IN DRESS CIO(H),1 ! ALL THE NEW STYLES!! Every day during the past 11 flee n days Hie Dray nave bjen ! instantly driving ep In tiie froul of the lance Wholesale and Retail Wore of T. aud W. K. Caruahan, nrlnglug loido of floods Just purchased la New York City. Tula a tbe largest aloe ever brought to Flnulay. They have all been bought on a specie basis. Tbey eomoriae all the most fashionable Goods aod Newest Mtylee In Dry Ooods Including IieUotl, Bilks, Irish Poplins, Cashmeres, Alpacas, In visible Plaids in all grades. I adies la search of something new In Draw (Jo ls, will be sure to what tbey want- The liniiienca jaaUty ol Ooods purchased by this firm to supply the wants of their large Wholesale and Retail Trade enabls them to buy Uieia cheaper thaa any otbereatabliahment.- 93 Ladies City-Made SACQUES and CLOAKS, Embrace all the New Patterns, from the Cheapest to the itest. Their stork is so largo that they can pl...

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. — 31 December 1875

Home, Farm and Garden Home, Farm and Garden FARMING IN 1875. The experience of the pact year in probably diconreging to a large majority of farmers. There hare bwn fair crop's, bat excepting the staples of pork among meat, and barley aitiong graio, prices Lavs been very low, and for ci:ne crops below the cost of production. A rriter in the ZJtifM Herald makes this fact un pleasantly prominent by hid futile effort to figure oat a profit on Smith's venture in farming on a 100 acre Oneida Co. farm, costing 11,000, and run at an ex pense the past year, including interwt on land, stock and tools of 3,02.feG, while the receipts are made to foot up the comfortable torn of 3.850.00, leav ing a profit on peper of 707.11.' Hut it is disheartening to see how this result has been obtained through prices, in every ease considerably higher than fanners liave been compelled to take. Cheese is figured at 13s , which is above - the average price. Potatoes are figured at 45c, and small ones at 20c, w...

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. — 7 January 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN V.. ii. IK WoM-K- o. i iiwolce. DEWOLFE BROS. Issued Every Friday Mornicg. Second Door East of the Post-Office. m.e Vear ' Six Month .-. Three .Moml City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mail at the Findlay Post-Offlce. irKTi:r. . IXtrrt) Hrn A C f ., M.'i . III. .. K. i. I . tiH. l-m:l NfHitk . 1 1 : i -I a III . , tflh. 47 I. III. AKIVAI.. f 7 (- ..... J. I .t-.-L '-. . -i " !- . y .i i. y.. ;""! i 1 1 a iii. ' ' Aw A, 4 i . li i4i;rrkK. 4i H-fii "'-. Stfj "'" .'-.. - rl.iv, I t.u.-s.la .IM'innlM). i a in ill ltlun-ll . J-Mr-tl: Uuil t.U K u v,-.r WhiiivIt '' l-aliirilay.al P rli WiUiMf li-iktrk -Tuesilav ana iiird-T. al I u. m. iie'r. IMUttca. hiviwtr, Kelmuff, UHI l.il kl- lu!av mill Fl !! III. Jlrml., Hi'l'r', m-lx'fH "" fr"U4m- KlU)'.' HrTii.nn.l iirl'i'f Crhr -1 itr !ay.l i.inly ai.u naiunliiy, at I l COUNTY OFFICERS. f '..!. m-m Jtitl-r" J im, I'lllar. nnuir la'eii. i. i-.lnl ivter i'Hi r. I , nuiirrT P.-ler Uoslet. ,-r t'aiii Keuieier. f-r Jit...

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. — 7 January 1876

indfo $efftrstmzu. Findlay.O., Jan. 7, l&TG. ORGANIZATION OF THE LEGISLATURE The following are fileers of tbe Leg isl&tare as organized Itwt Jlouday : henate J. C. Donaldson, of Franklin, Chief Clerk; Howard f.ilkey, of the Soldiers' Orphan Home, Journal Clerk; Mr. Baker, of Columbiana, 2nd Ant't Clerk; Mr. Lantz, of (summit, 3rd Asn't C!erk; W. S. Thomas, (colored; of Del aware, Eugroasing Clerk; Edward L. Jonen, of Lucas, Serjeant at arms ; S. X Fields, of Franklin, 2d Sergeant at-aruis ; Mr. Hildebrand, of Ashland, 31 Ast Sergeant-at-anns. Jfoute C. II. faro-, nor, of Athene, Speaker; Win. lonar. of Cuyahoga, Chief Clerk; Assistants, Asa Jenkins, of Clinton; J. L. Flickinger, of Kutler; J. W. Uoherty, of Monroe; J. S. Tyler, of Franklin, (colored); J. II. Malloy, of Creene. II R. 15rown, of Lawrence, . Sergeant at arms; and Assistants Wiii. Buck, of Washington; J. K. Thrall, of IJcking; Fred. Bleukuer, of Franklin. The organization is strong and popu. lar, and will add in...

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. — 7 January 1876

CAlffil ! The Lan?st and CIi:ilst Slock of DRY GOODS. NEW STYLES IN DRESS QK1S ! ALL THE NEW STYLES! ! Every day during 'lie past fi.len il ' I lie Dray li tv In-o e instantly driving up to the lrulof the Uie sytioieaale mnl KeLall Wore of T. aod W. R. C'araahan, bringing In d of UoodsJaM. purchased in New York City. This is the largest stock ever brought to Mndlay. They have all been bought on a specie banls. They eoinarise all the moHt fashionable Goods aud Newest Htyles In Dry Goods including Dress Goods, till Its, Irish Poplins, Cash meres. Alpaca, Invisible Plaids In all grades. Ladies In search of nomrthlng new in brers Go ds will be sure to whattbey want. The irameneo quantity of Goods purchased by Uiis firm to supply the wants of their large Wholesale and Retail Trade enable them to bay U.em cheaper than any oilier establishment. pa S3 go WlmlesalB SRGtail Isttdics 'City-Made XlWJUES and CLOAKS, Kmbrace all the New Pa:U-rtnr. from the Cheapest to the KesL Their slock Ik an l...

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. — 7 January 1876

Home, Farm and Garden WATERING STOCK IN WINTER. There la probably no one thing eweo tiul to the healtli and comfort of fann utick which is so generally iifgkct4-d as tLat of famishing a full supply of water. M.uy a farmer depend entirely upon Heine stream or pond a quarter or b;ff mile distant, to which the aniui&ls are d-iven once a day over a frozen slippery prvth, or through snow-drift, inorderto slack their thirst with a !ijuid flightly warmer than ice itxrlf. I f a herd of cat tle could all be thirwty at one time, and at the hour rooft convenient for the farmer to drive them to the pond, tliia system of watering might answer toler able well, but, unforttuiately, animals hare their individual peculiarities in such matters as well as human beings. No animal can thrive or gain flesh when suf fering from thirst, no matter how much or how rich food is given, and when kept upon dry fodder in winter they are as likely to require water as frequently as in gammer. Drinking-places sh...

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