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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 14 January 1876

THE JEFF vimt; E. . OEWO:,KE. -. J 1'EWOt.FI-.. DEV7QLFS EfJo Issued iviirj iYtddk i,rj!LA. Second Door East of the Posi-Cmcc. M"?nr of bori Jjlion : One Y'ear k'i Si M.t.iii i Three MoutSi '' City and County Directory. Arrival ni Departure of Mils at the Finiay Post-OffTso. X,. .4 i.f..pw., I! Ian in. AHRlVAl,-. 0irfy ilw (rm4c C 7 p. If-. 1, v A' A. fi y"- -vh'. la -r A 4 in. I.. CAKLK. 'cm Htr 94 ihfttu.j 3J4H4jmini ft 4 rne-l v. i imri : uri . i r . ti. .'( iiLtxnrh'i. t, it'juniJun n ami hvit jy -rV-ju hii1 ihi unlay. Hi J it. i. Arling Wultanutmm unU Isuuk'tk TtifxlM mtfi f ttordHjr, at 1 p. hi. OtiA tiuitjt, (Jttawa. JtotttuJcr,, heimttrr, and 4i,t uMkv t,l i idt , at 7 iU-ntn Uutyr, St n'ey anJ in-ltrto--Kil Jay.al 5 m MrfJsMtiamt ihrtg ipnr -!' KJay.1 liurwia;. COUNTY OFFICERS. CJvmm'm Ptea Judge Jnuien I'll lf ' Irr Cvuru -FMer :il4 r. iCmniirr Paul KtOirfr. Juityr jshui uel B. II o fl iua n. AtiryT Myrt'ft. i'rttiffuiing A Urmy -George K. IeDdlil -u, ' innT ti. 4'. CI i 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. — 14 January 1876

Findlay.O., Jan. 1 1. 1876. SHALL WE HAVE GOOD ROADS? As now is the season of year tbe patient and indusiriou hiiebnnd man makes ap oue tLird of & wagon load of produce, to wliich he bitches foor bones, and makes an all day trip of fif teen miles to get to market, be will cer tainly have patience to read a few lines as to the best remedy for this state of affairs and time, though he should trespass on the Sabbath day. If not, let him lay this article away until the frost goes out.and then, mud-bound on bis broad acres, be certainly will find a few moments time to stop, read aud consider. While absent from home a few days ago, we fell in on the train with a very intelligent, pleasant gentleman who was just returning home from bis first visit to Ficdlay. After complimenting our town very highly, as well as the fine agricultural country which surrounds it in all directions, he ppoke about the dullness of buBine during the few days 1m bad spent in our city, attributing it very prope...

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. — 14 January 1876

ihc $Jcffrrsoman. I fntllit If. IS O Klb Ac."rticmaa!t. Pntit Eros C.o'ini; Out Sale. Holiinn A: Vance Sjvt-;.i! "':e. JoL n h: k . 1 A t ;. 1 . m-n " . Uaviil rim;; ) 't!n- 4. B. Kot K ,;'.- '-it Vn Manuel I. Ft. W. A' t, I:v. C.i;'- or Time James S:aTorii .'i .(;. James 'i:k FIo ATnfi VeiretaWe. S?til F. Brtitrinitii 4: rvm M.u.l.ood. 4. V. iiu-ii'mA: fi Atinotueiim-rit Ex traordinary. IMCXJ. BCalNKW JiOTfCMs- Ewititr & Ii'Iick Hoots an.J Sliocs. A. oline i'ay I'p Ewing.Sc ll:liu!t C'iotiin Out Sale. Hume & Hall Clearing Out Sale !.. McMauness Not ire Baker & Hatkliou- N. X. B. 1. B. Bearilsley Ajrrtoultural Election, Jiwing & IWicic Selling for a Song. Hume & Hall Cheapest floods. . A. Elilinp 'I Iiis Mean Business. Baker & hlackiiouse X. H. Heck Bro. Settlement Xoliee. Kwing & liedick Lowest Cash Rates. Baker & Stacfchoiiae N. II B. I). T. Winders For Sale or Bent. Hume Ac Hail Boot and blioeb. Si:vck me have owned the Jefeekso KI KS, over seven y...

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. — 14 January 1876

Home, Farm and Garden THOUGHTS ON WINTERING BEES. L. F. Abbott w contributing a series of articles on bee-keeping to the Maine Farmer, which introduce some sensible ideas. The great niortalit y among bees, of late years, from cold, is tuacb greater than formerly, and Mr. A. suggests that it is caused by the different styles of hive a subject certainly worthy of con sideration by bee keeper, lie says : "A swarm of bees iu the moveable comb hive is in an abnormal condition. The instinct of the bees leads them to ao construct the combs wlten left to fol low their instinct so that they are a safeguard -galoot the rigors of winter. The bee-keeper, for good reasons, says : 'If I let my bees follow their own incli nation, and construct the combs to their li-jog, it f ustrates my plans and deprives ine of my profits. I will modify, some what, the plans nature has in structed them to carry out in this par ticular of comb building, and make them subserve my interests at the rifek of losing at...

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. — 21 January 1876

THE JEFFEBSQMiAfl E. 6. DF.WOI.FE- O. J IHtWOLFE. DEWOLFE BROS, Issued Every Friday Morning. Second Door Eastcf the Post-Office. 'J"r "jux'ot Subscription r. One Year $2 00 Six MontliH : 1 00 Tim Montis AO City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure iti Mail at the Find lay Post-Ofnc. 1, r AKTVKK. l-nr-ti Hrah .. A V. la. L. K I , Kit. Nuutk, Il:i6a In. Aorl. 427 p m. APRlVAI.-. Own !.. ' ' .-. 1 c. i.k ,5U p. in. i. . .1 . -. ! .vf l:l-a iu. - .W A, 4 p in. n-iAKri'K. Ian Br. rvjj,:. fMm onrf BMiiny (intu 1 !'.. i !iiiiwJh ai.d H -lurday, at s a in 3 Htaivhl rl, timrkUn rl Awing a Corner Wr-.m ml 'V Hini ral unlay, at J p. iu. Arlfis on. WiUuimtlon tuui 4MMJ:int-TuMlaj and H:oi.l iy. at I p. in. Ai-, iMOittm, tivtmuke, Retmim, and Oil 6w- iiie-dav Fridv. at 7 a. m . m, Hulur. HI uury an Pcndieto Friday ,al a. UriiHuUnnd Furlng CWifcr -Tuaday.Tbumday and rtalunlay . at I p. Iu. C3UMTY OFFICERS. :, a Jwlir -Tames Pillars. ,.a.UfT I.HI K' Mniilier. !'.' f iM'i, Ivter 1'ni r. iMtr...

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. — 21 January 1876

finding fcfftrsotttett. FlndUj.O., Jan. 21. 1S7. "ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO." Under thia caption the Ohio Slate Journal ha an excellent article Lifting off the prevalent idea of the degeneracy ol the age, and setting forth eotne im portant facto for the benefit of the croak er for "the good old times." Ia answer to the tateinent that there was greater public and private morality in the times gone by, it says: Were there no. men who made ba-ite to be rich in the old days f Were there no traitors in the Revolutionary war? Did all men speak well of Washington, Adanm, Jefferson, Franklin, Jay, and all the rest f Alas! there is no evil of to-day that bad not its complement in the evils of one hundred years ago. There is not a case of fraud and embez zlement of to-day that may not be cap ped with an instance from one hundred years ago. There was no Benedict Ar nold in the War of the Rebellion. The . epoch of the revolution can more than cover the rebellion, pro rata, with tories and traitors....

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. — 21 January 1876

Findlaj. O., Jau . 21, 1876. New Advertisements. Etinz & Morrison Tribune Cook Store. School Examiners Notice to Teachers. Jtiliingoro; hueet Grocery and Hakery. A. Iirown Jtoai Notice. C & X. V. It K. Tirae Card. Jacob btouciiill Notice. IvOCAL BCSIN ES8 SOTICES- Em in? & liodick Kxts and Suae. . Kwinir Itedick Nicest Style. Kwing & Itetiick Closing Out Sale. Personal. II ox. Alkx. Phillips epent Sunday at home with Lis family and frieoda. New Floors. New floors are being pot in tlie fire engiue bone. A good improvement. Election. The Board of Agricalture of Hancock County have an election of officers tomorrow. No Meeting. Tliere was no meeting of the Council lat Friday bight, the members failed to putiu their appearance. Sold Out. The furniture, etc., belonging to Jacob Bkxdkk. who recently absconded, weia Hold at Constable's sale Wednesday last. New Police. Capt J AUKS Wilson, Hk&kt Wat son, and R. B. Stout Lave been ap foiutvi members of the city police force...

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. — 21 January 1876

Home, Farm and Garden WHEAT—FARMERS SHOULD GROW THE BEST VARIETIES. What ia wanted by the farmer who depooda on bis farm fur Lis living and who has no time or money to in res in ex rimentl is a sort of wheat that has been tried in this climate and soil, and is f" and to be adapted to them. Such a wueit is the Seneca, or Clawsou, as it is a' m called, a white wheat which orig inated with a fanner named Clawson, of Seneca county, 2f. Y., seven years ago. In its early days it was named by a Pennsylvania seedsman, "Early May Bed Chaff White" wheat, for the aboli tion of which lengthy names thanks are dne to somebody. The same wheat has also been called Eureka, but public favor seems to be concentrated on "Seneca" as the future name for it. The Seneca is a white wheat, with smooth head, red chaff, and long straw; a thrifty grower and thoroughly hardy. It came through the trying time of last winter, both In Canada and the United States, In betUw condition than any variety that we know of....

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. — 28 January 1876

THE JEFFERSONiAN K. C. IKWOLFK- O.J IWWOI.FE. DEWOLFE BROS. lEsued Evary Friday Morning. Second Door Eastcf (he Post-Office. 'JVrmw of SubMcriitior : One Year 2 Mi M-.i.lhs 1 'J iirrr Month " City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mails at the Find lay P oat-Office. DCfAKTl-KK. rnrr HrmtK l. U A .,: I S a. ra. i.. Ji.Sc I . itR. gutug Hittth, 1 1 : la a in. AortA. sn p. m. Oirff ?- f -. . 1 C .. 5 l p. m. A A' ffttlh. ir.lia m. - Aor A. 4 ai p in. DPKtt.'BE. V Bm, furutgr. Miutgn and Bott ling llnrn -riM-div. I hurwiav ai;d H-turdsy. at a. m. Ml l.'.a ht l. H-HU-kiuien. nn'l Awtng Onur, iI'h.hi.ijiv Kud Saturday, at 1 p. ia. jtnmgon. It Utiaautnom and Imnkirk-Taewlny idiM sjiuid.ty. ai i p. in. .! A lye, iMXvwa, RvituJce, Belmorr, and h.TiiniliT and Frldsv.al7 a. ui. J:-mlu Rut-je, NHvUey atd Bendietm Friday,! MrJXaxlianA Ptrrtngr rStWr-Tuesday.Tbursday aud MaturdHy, ai l p. iu. COUNTY OFFICERS CucaiR raa JWy -James PI Ham. jtul,lr- 4.-orKh. Mosher, Irrx-if Couru IVJ Pi...

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. — 28 January 1876

$ndh gJtfftrsomnu. Flndlay.O., Jan. US, IS7G. REPUBLICAN State Convention. Wednesday, March 29, 1876. STATE REPUBLICAN CENTRAL AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ROOMS, COLUMBUS, O., Jan. 24, 1876. Tb next Republican Stat-? Con vent ion will beheld in the city of Columbus, on Wednesday, the 21th day of March, 1S7C. The Convention will nominate candi dates for Secretary of State, Judge of the Supreme Court, Comptroller of tlie Treasury, Member of Ute Board of Public Works, And Two Electors of I'resident and Vice President of the United Slates. ' It will also designate four Delegates and four Alternates to represent the State in the Republican National Con vention to be held in the city of Cincin nati on the 14th "of Jane. The delega tion from each Congressional District will also come prepared to announce or select two delegates and two alternates to that Convention. We recommend that the meetings in the several counties for the selection of delegates to the State Convention be held on Saturday...

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. — 28 January 1876

Wilt Ueficrsonian. I ietdlaj . .. J nu 2S. I:0. New Advertisements. Jolin Adams & Co. Last I'rocla-natioit JutxI- It Hutterijcck K1 Notice. r.-or-e A. l'ore ExccuU-re Notice. John Market ami Chas. Unutb For Sale. C. S.i C. It. It Change of Time. National Kxctiangr I'urean For hale. Storns, Harrison i Co Tree. LOCAL BUSINESS NOTICES. LHx-rty Township ". 8 Convention. John Adams & Co. Settle L'p. 4. W. Donavin The Tennesseeans. i. G. Lewis Sabltatb School Convention Win. Ooeus Lout, Strayed or Stolen. ' Personal. J. V. Josks, of the Fostoria Review, wan in towu Tuesday. Tbe 'Squire" wag over a U-u ding court. Number of Cases. There are a little over two hundred cnxes, civil and criminal, on the- docket of tbe present term of tbe Common Plena Court. Gone to Columbus. Pktek Hoslkr, County Treasurer, left for Columbus yesterday morning to make Lin aettlenient with the State Trea'-urer. Presbyterian Church. Rev. W. S. Eaglksox, of Apple Creek. Wayne county, Ohio, will preach at th...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 28 January 1876

Home, Farm and Garden ENGLISH LABORERS IN 15TH AND ENGLISH LABORERS IN 15TH AND 16TH CENTURIES. The followiiiir extract from l)r. Ed ward Young' Report on Labor in Europe add America, given a picture of the condition of the humbler daises in England during what is often claimed to be the most brilliant period in the his tory of that country, suggesting foiue comparisons which may be profitable at this time: Respecting the physical condition of the English Laborer at the period under consideration we posset but scanty knowledge, but it is evident that he must hare lived in a very rude and primitive style, and that he was subject to much hardship and privation. His dwelling was constructed of the coarsest materials, most eounuonly of wattles daubed with mud or clay. Kricks do not appear to have used until the latter part of the fifteenth century, as the first mention of brick layers occurs in that statute of 1196. The manor house was usually built of stone, but the tenements by which ...

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. — 4 February 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN K. O . DEWOLKE. O.J Jill WOLFE- DEWOirE BROS. Issued Every Friday Morning. Second Door East of the Post-Office. TeniH of One Year -ubcriition : T2 00 Six .Months 1 ' Three Mouths City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mils at the Fintflay Post-omce. DF.PABTfaK. Curry Rrtrm h C. A C KK., ;I5 a. m. i. K. A I , iK. w"iv tniih, 1 1 .th a m. yjrth,-Ti p. to. ARRIVAL. Oirt-H l.tnnrh (:..,. t C. It It.. 5X) p. m. I. t. ith. tt'tlny &uh. l'l-ja 111. ,- A. 4.is p in. I'M ttirrf. l'-,r:njr JjHny n nml RtMliny (Jrttyt i ue-ul .v, 1 liurMiat aiu ,in.in. Ml Jltamlui tl, M'Mki'ii aft Jiwing't Vurnrr . . . u . . u . i, h.mnluv mI I II. in. jtrlmi o. U'llJmiiuf'in ana 7iir4:-Tuehdaj and M'.uriy. al I p. in. Oi lii'irz, ifUiwa, Jtitauoke, Kflmnrr, ana Uu J I . Axt s..,rf f.riHv S f 7 a. til. Jli h,n liuly., HUin'ry ami Pcntltelu Friday.at a a. Ill Mr-Vnutbatul ItMrUigr Cmtor -Tuesday.Tbnrsday and Maluruay, al 1 p. ui. COUNTY OFFICERS. Cumm-m lira Jnrlff-Jimw Pillars...

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. — 4 February 1876

inilag gjefftrsonim. FlnLy,0., Feb. 4. 1676. "THE NEW WAR." Democratic journals designate the re cent Republican speeches in Cong-rets by Mr. Blaine, and others, as "the new war." Let ns glance for a moment at the sentiments of Southern Democratic feaden as set forth in their public utter ances, and we shall see that the "new war" was inaugurated long before the opening of the present Congress. Mr. B. H. Hill, a member of Congress om Ge orgia, delivered a speech, said to bare been "the gran deaf the gentleman ever ottered, and which was reported in the Atlanta Constitution of January 21, 1875. Mr. Hill said: Fellow citizens, I look to the contest of 1876 not only as the most important that ever occurred in American history, bat as the most important in the history of the world; for if the people of the country cannot be aroused to give an overwhelming vote against this Republi can party it will perpetuate itself in power in the United States by precisely the aame means that the Pres...

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. — 4 February 1876

THE CREDIT SYSTEM ABANDONED. On and after March 1st, 1S76, the CASH or READY PAY SYSTEM will lie adopted and STRICTLY ADHERED TO. I'el'eving it to b- the only true trlDcipIe to conduct a square ljuiness, whereby al: are erveJ a ike, and no ezwsnve profit -!iarjrcJ to make up for the usual amount of poor accounts invoiced as worthless by mercli uts every year, my goods will be so d at tbe LOWEST CASH PRICES, and the assortment and quality iu the future, as in the pa.-t. wil ! nKurpasHid. Thanking you for past patronage, and soliciting your coitinuance in this, my new departure, I am Yours Truly, a E l f IuUImJ, O., Feb 4, 1876. New Advertisements. I,: MeMannwsa Xew Departure. Citizens Savings Hank. refer Hosier Xot ice. !)auc!iy ic Co. Miscellaneous. NoaiiN. Shaffer Nursery SttK-k. Samuel Myres Sheriff's bale T. t. Hrisius Revolvers. I). It Hunt Mutual Protection Ass. O. W. Galloway Assignee's Notice. LOCAL BUSINESS NOTICES. A. Leonard Public Sale. Wash A Itare Chance. I5.1U-K & ...

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. — 4 February 1876

Home, Farm and Garden SURFACE MANURING. At one of the evening meetings of the KewYork State Fair J&tue Miller read a paper on "How to Make the Farm Par," from which we reproduce his views on surface manuring: If this kind of in&naring is done intelligently, he save, it is highly beneficial. But the soil inuet be in a condition to be applied on old meadows and pastures which have been trampled antil they are nearly as com pact as the beaten track, and which have little grass to be benefited. If ap plied upon grass lands they should be newly seeded. During last fall and wiu ter I drew manure from cow-stables and top-dressed about half a clover field which bad been mown once and pastured the latter part of the season. Upon the portion top-dressed the roots of the clover were preserved, and on the other portion they were nearly all killed by the severe winter. I pastured it the present season, and think the half top dressed afforded four times as much as the other hall It not on...

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. — 11 February 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN E. e. dewoVe. o.j tikwolfe. DEWOLFE BROS. Issued Every Friday Morning. Second Door Eastcf the Post-Office MVrii.n ci fubcriitioi : One Year.. $2 U Month 1 00 Three Months W City and County Directory. f nival and Departure of Mails at the Find lay post-urnce. Varr lirnnih c. A U A .,.'' . ID. L.H.J:t,bH.y'jinglmlh,:iim. Hi. - Ji'jrth. 4:27 p. ui. AM1V1U-. Clove f? mn C. . a. . 6 ' p. m. i, !; & L. Jlb-if'" f"""h t:lo ill. Ar A, 4.18 Hi. u- FAKrl'H. 'tn Burm, I'trtnur, Muny-n and Kuwtiny (Inn -J'tM-i:iV. 1 lIUrilH.V tkttii $llirilay. Ml K Ik. Ill Ml iUanrhn d, tlmrkitjH and kwu.u (Vwr. Vlu mliv iaH Saturday, ait 1 p. iu. Jtrli.igvn. WillvimuUiwn and InuiAtrk Tuely atiu swiunl-y. ilp. iu. (Atifc Hiitye 4Unwa. iiitwoke, Relmare, and Ou- 6oi- 1 uelriav '! triday.at Jt'-tv Rulij, IH-intry and 1-wlUlo Krtiiay.at a a. m HcUvmband Hiring Venltr .Tttt&dsy.Tnamday abd Maluruay, Ml 1 p. m. COUNTY OFFICERS. 0n7 . 4mm idsie -James Pillars. ultrr teoa s. Moi-iter. t lrrlcu...

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. — 11 February 1876

igindlan gJeffersonian. Findlay, O., Feb. 11, 1S76. REPUBLICAN State Convention. Wednesday, March 29, 1876. STATE REPUBLICAN CENTRAL AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ROOMS, COLUMBUS, O., Jan. 24, 1876. The next Republican Stat Convention will be held in the city of Columbus, on Wednesday, the 29th day of Mi rch, 1S7C. The Convention will nominate candi dates for Secretary of Stale, Judge of the Supreme Court, Comptroller of the Treasury, Member of ttte Hoard ofl'ubllc Works, And Two Elector of President und Vice President ofOie United Slates. It will also designate four Delegates and four Alternates to represent the State in the Republican National Con vention to be held in the city of Cincin nati on the 14th of June. The delega tion from each Congressional District will also come prepared to announce or select two delegates and two alternates to that Convention. We recommend that the meetings in the several counties for the selection of delegates to the State Convention be held on Saturday,...

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. — 11 February 1876

Home, Farm and Garden SCALDED FOOD FOR HENS. Id point of economy it will pay gener ously to grind and cook grain of all sort or vegetables before such feed is given to bens. The grave trouble with a large portion of families who keep bens is they supply their fowls with feed at irregular times; deal out too much at one time and not enoagh at another; feed soft and nourishing feed one day, coarse and rough feed at another time; keep their fowls in cool apartments; provide no water nor gravel for them,and then won der what can be the matter with all their hens that they do not lay in cold weath er. A writer in the Pradical Farmer, when recording briefly bis mode of feed ing hens in cold weather, states that those who want their bens to lay in win ter should give them a warm breakfast. This is easily done by cooking or scald ing the mess. When the scalding pro cess is adopted the lues should be ' well stirred so that all the parts are equally scalded. The feed should con sist of corn a...

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. — 11 February 1876

THE CREDIT SYSTEM ABANDONED. On and nttvr .March Isf, 1870, Hie CASH or HEADY PAY SYSTEM nil I Ix adopted and STRICTLY ADHERED TO. Believing it to be the only true principle to conduct a wjuare business, whereby all are i-erveJ a ike, anil no cxee-ive profit charged to make up for the usual amount of poor accounU invoiced as worthless by uiereliauts every year, my gooda will be so'd at the LOWEST CASH PRICES, and the assortment and quality in the future, as in the prist, will be unsurpassed. Thanking you for p:iwt patronage, and (soliciting your continuance in this, uiy uew departure, I am Yours Truly, I India), O., Feb. 11, INTO. New Advertisements. OimmisMoncr'tt Proceedings. Ix-m. McManness Attachment. IV. .pert v For Wale George Van Em an. irwn, bavu k Co. Attachment. JiU Augur Co. $25 a Day. LOCAL BUSINESS NOTICES. John Sliull Lum. Maa. Co Cask LSusinfSs E. S. KimUf For Sale. John Niull Lum. Man. Co Shingles, &c Jeff, t Mice Found John Sliull Lum. Man.Co Low Contracts John ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
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