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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 18 February 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN O.J WCWOLFE. E. . DEWOLFK- DEWOLFE BROS. Issued Every Friday Morning. Second Door Ea&tcf the Port-Office. Tenn of Subscription: One Year S Hi Months ;- Three Montiis - - 1 l 50 City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mails at the Findlay post-wnicw. DirAXTClI. Curry Bramh C. ft C X -ti a. in. I..JC.J: I . HK-a-mia t-ulh, ll:l&a m. - Art7..i7p. tu. ARRIVAL. Oirvv rtratw C.ifc C. AK . 5 i p. m. , A- A Jll. ffuaiff trMllx. Ar A, i p.m. Burnt, rnnjt, Munnamt Bi linV Grrm 1'iKlav, 1 uurauay i - - uMlm and ! ridy. lit 7 a. m. yio--. aatft, oad Friday, at and isatarusy. at i p. u. COUNTY OFFICERS. (lom-a .('; Jsmes Pillar. uildtrr- UWj Moslier. tlfruuf Cwru Peter filer. Trnuurrr- Peter Hosier. Jtmintrr Paul Kemerer. fruUttr. Jutlse -riarauel a. Huffman. AA-rtr-H.i.u-l Myre. frmneuixng jt Uorney -iieorge Y. Pendleton, Vunmaumrn- Joseph Haltzraan, John Kisbopand John tUJa-ingtou. tnfirmary iHredarmltLOUti 1 lioinpwon. K. M. ... . . i 11 ........ walson. a...

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. — 18 February 1876

finding Jtjftt soman. Flndlay, O., Feb. IS. 1876. REPUBLICAN State Convention. Wednesday, March 29, 1876. STATE REPUBLICAN CENTRAL AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ROOMS, COLUMBUS, O., Jan. 24, 1876. The next Republican State Convention will beheld in the city of Columbus, on Wednesday, the 29th day of March, 1S7G. The Cocvention will nominate candi date for Secretary of Slate, Judge of the Supreme Court, Comptroller of the Treasury, Mtml-erqftlteBoardofl'ublic Work, And Two Elector of Prenuleid and Vice President of the United State. It will alao 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 delegate and two alternates to that Convention. We recommend that the meetings in ' the several counties for the selection of delegates to-lthe State Convention be held on Saturday, March...

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. — 18 February 1876

THE CREDIT SYSTEM ABANDONED. On and aller 3Iarch 1st, 1S7G, the CASH or HEADY PAY SYSTEM will I adopted and STRICTLY ADHERED TO. Believing it to li tlie only true principle to conduct a square business, whereby all are .-erved a'ite, ami im ex'-cive profits charged to make up for the uual amount of puor accouuts invoiced as worthless Ly mcrcli .uls every 3'-:ir, my goods will be xo'd at the LOWEST CASH PRICES, and the a.-sortmest and quality in the future, as in the pn-f, wili lo unsurpassed. Thanking you for past patronage, and soliciting your continuance in this, my new dop-trturc, I am Yours Truly, TTit- Eo3SCTeijai:a3.s3&-- $Jic Jfcffcrsoman. t India J, O., Feb. 18, 1870. New Advertisements. Shuck & Brown Hold the Fort. J. b. I'owell Insurance Statement. L. A. i!.-tllin IiutUir, Erp. dec. icari-.l-y Jc Co Insurance Statement. John Adams A: Co Fashion CookStore. J. 8. I'owell Insurance Statement, l'nttt IJros Twenty Days More, ikardsley & Co Insurance Statement. Samue...

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. — 18 February 1876

Home, Farm and Garden TURNPIKE ROADS. While this subject is agitating the minds of oar people, the fotV-wing let ter from the Bacyrue Journal, written by J. Q. A. Campbell, 01" tbe IVIIefoutai-ie Republican, will be very interesting reading: REPUBLICAN OFFICE. Bellefontaine, O., Jan. 25, 1876. II R. JOES HOPLKY Dear Sir: In response to your letter of inquiry of tbe 221, I wiit give em-h information in regard to tbe construc tion, cost and benefit of free pikes in our county, as I have at Land. When I came bere eleven years ago, there was not a pike in tbe county, and it was almost an impossibility for farm ers to market their grain and Htock in the muddy season, though prices should ran bi?h-r than at any ether time. Now, we have about 170 iuiK of pike completed, and several pike under con tract. These pikes ramify the county, and tbe result is that farmers can bring their products to market just when prices suit them, regardless of the weath er or the roads. The pikes built have co...

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. — 25 February 1876

T&E JEFESSOHIAN E. C. CE-oWE. O. J DB WOLFE. DEWOLFE BROS. Issued Every Friday Morning. Second Door East of tho Post-Office. Ternm of Sulcrii-tior : One Year 2 GO Six Months 1 ? Three Months " City and County Directory. Arrival and Oepartare of Mail at tho Findlay Post-Office. DarABTCSK. Core J ram A C. A U A.." a. in. AKKIV1U1. BrPAKII'U. Tarn r, A!"!-. Munven amd &'f'-''" . Ete. Aefcwsre. and VU- in amy, .., L, 7 . .... Cra-Tueaday.Tnunslay and Hauuuay. m. f- . COUNTY OFFICERS. Omm'm -tow J-rf-James Pillars. Xujuor- Oeon H. MoMier. MU--t-'tW. Preble. 7Vrtr- Peler Hosier. $?Jli HuuuelB.HuDB.aB. Sheriff riaiuuel Myrea. TvaUaff .4UrW -Henry Brown. g-J-C'jpb Haitian, John l. Hlsliop and John 1kiukUiu. Watwin, and J. B. Bushoi.a. and Uorllms Mart. TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 7Viu(m-Wm. Martin, John Larkins and Isaac TralHurtn. rVr 11.11. M Wrier. 7rearer Hugh NewelL . n .. H. fceardsley and O. A. Ral ard. CuufciMet-Juel Markle and B. L. Myal. BOROUCH OFFICERS. Mayor William (irlbuen. Vl...

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. — 25 February 1876

igindhti gJefftrzonian. FindUr. O.. Feb. 25. 1870. REPUBLICAN State Convention. Wednesday, March 29, 1870. State Republican Central i ASD EXECCm K COMMITTKK ROOMS, r COLCMBUS, O., Jan. 24, 1S7C. J The next Republican Stat Coui-ention will be held in the city of Colauibuh, on Wednesday, tbe23tb day of March, 1S7G. The Convention will nominate candi date for Secretary of fitate, Judge of the Supreme Court, Comptroller of the Treasury, Mender of the Board ofPidAic Works, And Two Electors of President and Viae Prerident of the United State. It will aleo deciguate four Delegates and four Alternates to represent the State in the Republican National Con vention to be beld in the city of Cincin nati on the 14 tb of Jane. The delega tion from each Congressional District will also come prepared to announce or eleet two delegates and two alternates to that Convention. We recommend that tbe meetings in the several counties for tbe selection of delegates to the State Convention be beld on Saturd...

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. — 25 February 1876

HE CREDIT SYSTEM ABANDONED. On and alter Man-li Is!, IS70, the CASH or HEADY PAY SYSTEM will le adopted and STRICTLY ADHERED TO. Believing it to lf tlie only true 'principle t ciiJn'-t a -itare LaMiiesH, whereby ali arererveJ a ike, ami no excessive profit clnrJ to mate up for the u. ual amount of jf tor accounts invoiced as worthies by men-hauls every year, my goodii will : so'tl at tlie LO tVEST CASH I'lIICKS, and the assortment and quality iu the future, as in the past, will be unsurpassed ThauLing you for past patronage, and soliciting your continuance in this, my new departure, I ata Yours Truly, !aiS8a f Inrflxj.O.. Feb. 25, ISTC. New Advertisements. lolin RiilliraulT flows, etc. Ai- It. fiirk Kxecutor's Notice. Mayi-r l;ik International Exposition, iluo I'rjyer Book for EverylHaly. LOCAL BUSINESS NOTICES. B. Zay 11iotnrrapu8. V.li Zaj Thclrcst big work. ' i j Live Stock Shipments. Twelve cars of live stock went East over the Pbidlay Kratich, C. S. ii C. Ii. K., one day lust w...

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. — 25 February 1876

Home, Farm and Garden. A GRANDMOTHER'S ADVICE TO YOUNG HOUSEKEEPERS. [From the St. Louis Republican.] After marriage go to Lour keeping. Do not allow anyoDe to persuade you to board. If your means will not permit of renting and furnishing a whole houfee, get two or three rooms; there can be a world of happiness inside two compart ments, and, aa it Is your great wish to be happy and eontented, begin with a good solid foundation. Vow you will live within your ineatm, and keep that vow religiously. Do not be troubled if your friends, Annieud Nellie, are making a greater show with an equal income. Ton will get op after a while, when, perhaps, they will have to take rooms to reduce their expanses. We take it for granted your husband is engaged in some occupation; now as he goes daily to his buhiues you go to yours, determined to be a 7ie meet" and not simply a "W tat.n Dress neatly; have your calico wrap pers made for work, not with long trails suitable for fine ladies who can afford a B...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 3 March 1876

rni TV T ",T"r" 75 OA V7 i A TvT i 111 j JJri JjxfcfcAitfliill O. J WCWOJ.rE. DEWOLTE BROS. Issued Every Friday Mcrnirg. Second Door East of tha Post-CfRce. "Tenuis f Huj!-eriition : On, Vr i - .-ix M-.iitli- 1 .ii"- M iii.i- 1 :m City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mails at the Ftndiay Post-Office. IlLKAKITtK. Oirry llratth A V. a. in. f.. Ji A i . Aif. !" "": H:l "' A'rf.. i:-T p m. AIKJ V AJ--. r..rni hi-u,r. (;.. .1 C. ii.. ' I' A i: A L Jth. !. i;:l-a. 4 .Vw J lu ll! I'AKrLftlC -,H Hrm. Hun jr. .WHr a '' H-M.uj ilrtrn I iif.y. :iurl4t al.d rv-lur.ia , al A. III. " ATI f.lwlul'd, H-nvkloun and t.ru-y ijurnt-r , Wednd and i-aluruay al I p. lu. ArlinttM. ,,. oml -Tuesday alio fUliinliy. al I'- ,n- . .... iMik Hut'ir iw-iwa, kunivAr., Rflmitre, und Itd- iM-iuAlav aid r inlay, al 7 a. in. i. -., ic.l, tifuUry iuul JtHdUlot-t liday.at 'oW,il f Wr-Tusday,l liursday aud nalurday. Ml I p. m. COUNTY OFFICERS. f..m.H-m Ilrat Judy-Jaw I'il.'ars. jtvliUr- OeoiRs K. AloMn-r, ...

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 March 1876

4indlag Jeffer soman. FindUy.O., Hard. 3.I&76. THAT PIKE QUESTION AGAIN. Mr. E. Bkowx come to the front again tLia week, not to supt any let ter plan of improving our roads, "but simply exposing the sophism of some of oar citizens. AVhat a disinterested labor of love! But Mr Bkowjt says we overestimated the valuation of Findlay township, and underestimated the cot-t of making the road. We put the valu ation at $,500, 000, af a venture, hk we bad not the figures before us. As to underestimating the oost of building the roads which we placed at 2,500 per mile we think the mistake is with Mr. B. When oar roads have been carefully graded and drained, there will not be a great deal of stone or gravel required to make a single track, which is all that will be needed, as during dry weather the dirt track alongside will be used in preference. If we coal J have the tax now levied for road purposes expeuded systematic ally, the two mills additional, would soon make a decided improvement i...

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 March 1876

LiUIU LUG PUil, 1U1 vvc THE GREAT BOOT AND SHOE The uuk-rhi'ti-!, Unvii't! iouIt the stock of HOOTS and SHOES in the (d-ceaed) will continue tlie linii.eM J SE "S3" C? We are now receiving au entire LEW STOCK of GOODS, which we will nrll as tHKAPas they can pow-ibly be sold, and hope by pergonal attention to our line of buMiiew lo merit the patronage of all of our friends. We do cot advertise the tJinapt-nl j?U in Ui world, jkkIh at xst, or Uhnr ,s(. or any dodge of that kind. We expect to build op a reputation by n-Y.ing GOOD GOODS. We ali-o have a line ,f CfEAP HOOTS and SHOES that we are SELLING AT PRICES TO SUIT EVEKVIJODV. Hoping that Ibe patrons of iie late Jacob Schwab will continue with w, and every body who are desirous of obtaining Goon BAKGAIXS, we feel iir-t-ured that we can deal particular, we wich to say that we en- eral others of the bet-t manufactures in February 18, 176. r-ri4- Pah KT r its heretofore under the firm name of iESL & 33 the SOLE A UEXTS for Enwix C...

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 March 1876

Home, Farm and Garden HOUSEHOLDS A HUNDRED YEARS AGO. In speakiog of the eoii;pra;ive comfort- and conveniences enjoyed by our ancestors in tbeir homes of a thousand years ago, with tbeir descendants of tliis generation, Dr. Nichols, in tbe Bos ton Journal of Commerce bays: Oar fathers were groping in almost utter darkness, so far as sc'eaces whs con eerned, and bat little progress has been made in invention and th f irts ; M-a-eely one of tbe modern contrivances for cooking and for vanning and lighting dwellings was known. "ot a pound of coal or a cubic foot of illuminating gas bad been burnt in the country. Voiron stoves were usedaud no contrivances for economizing beat were employed nutil Dr. Franklin invented tbe iron frame fire place, which (-till beers bis name. All tbe cooking and warming in the country were done by tbe aid of fire kindled upon tbe brick hearth or in tbe brick oven. Pine knots or tallow can dles famish tbe light for tbe long winter evenings, and sanded floors...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 10 March 1876

THE JEFFEESONIAN K.e.DfcWOLFK. O.J Jtr. WOLFE EEWOLFE BROS. Issued Every Friday Morning. Second Door East of the Post-Office Terms ol KuiiHoripticiii : One Year $2 W Six Month 1 Three Months City and County Directory. Arrival av Departure of Mils a the Find lay Post-Office. uierAfcTVKie. Orroy IniK i Co C. 1 a. to. . A i . iii. im H"ilh, 11 lia in. Arlfc.4; i. m. ARKIVALf. Oir. Krn-h ..!' C HK.hW p. in. JJ A i.. Jilt, ywj Kmlh, i a m. -. Aor h, l.'J . lu. u rAKrrmc-'.tn Uurrn I'-trtn-f, M ' lUm-timj tlnnt riie-n, i InitYuay andttnunlay.at K. in. lllwlux-d, HMCki;tm und A'i. tVufC, Wnlu4.liiv iiil r-alurIy, at 1 p. im. Arltruj nu, Wiltnuloun and Jjuukirk-Turwlaf ami ttaiardsy, all P.m. Ai Auje, etUawa, wte, Rrlntnrr, and Oil- fam-liiesilav and r riuay.al 7 a. ui. IfmUM Hidyr., &.anlry and ftmiteti,n-r 1 il:iy .! McUAand Hrtotr (v-nir-Tuesday, Thursday and -Saturday, al 1 p. iu. COUNTY OFFICERS. Omtnum Jlff--Jamea Pillar. Auditor- Oeorgn H. Mother. , Court. -hcot t W. I'r-tle. 1Sr...

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 March 1876

Findlay, 0 Marcb 10. 1676. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. Delegates from Hancock County. By a call elsewhere it ill lc seen tlwt the Itcpublic&a Bute Convection takes place Wednesday, March 20th, for the purpose of nominating a Stute ti-kct and delegates at large to tbe National Republican Conven tion, which meets at Cincinnati, Wednesday, June Hth, 1870. It lias bt-en deemed mi visable, also, that tbe delegates present at tbe State Convention from their respective Congressional Districts slial1. select two del egates and two alternates to represent tbe District in the National !! publican Conven tion. Notice is hereby given that all Republi cans from Hancock County, in attendance at the State Convention, shall be entitled to participate in the proceedings Jand cast the six votes in the Convection to which Han cock County is entitled under the cull for said State Convention. In view of the importance of tbe work before the Convention, the Committee re spectfully urge that a large ...

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 March 1876

Hold the Fort, for We are Coming. THE GREAT BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENT. Tiie UDlernign-d, having bought the stock of I.Ot TS ...d SHOKS in tbe room formerly occupied by Jacob Schwab, (deoAfled) will continue the business ns hrretofr-n. uiul-r the finu name of 13 JEL TIT C? SSL. ess. 53 O "R7" IJ. We are now receiving an entire XEW STOCK '' " I::, '!;. li we will .ell as CHKXP as they can possibly be sold, and hope by personal attention to our line of 1 ti it S m j it t .-.tr-.iii.gp of all of our friends. We do not advertise the fJieajrest good in Hie world, good at cost, .i if . v .', . r ; ; . y of that kind. We expect to build up a reputation by Belling GOOD GOODS. We ali-o have a li, . ! ' i,' o'S oud SHOES that we are SELLING AT PRICES TO SCIT EVERYBODY. Hoping that the patroif ! ;: !;.!.- J.t.i.l, .Schwab will continue with ns, and everybody else who are desirous of obtaining good babg a ixs, wef . i i.nvn. tllt,t e eim deal Justly and honorably with everybody. In particular,...

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 March 1876

Home, Farm and Garden WORK THAT CAN BE DONE IN WINTER. In addition to the necessary daily wo k that the farmer La to perform in winter, in feeding aud caring for Lis took, there is another cla of work tliat Ik.- should attend to, and that is in do is;; such work at can be done in spring atiu summer. If larmers would ask themselves, in winter, what can we now do to help along spring and summer work, and give the matter careful con sideration, they would be surprit-ed at the amount of work that could le ac complished, leaving just so much less to be done hereafter. In this open weath er that we bow have, plowing can be done to best advantage, and for an oat crop, plowing mut be done soon; for, unless oats are sown early, there is gen erally a very poor crop. If grass seed or clover seed is to be sown, early seed ing is very desirable, and plowing should be done. And for corn laud, plowing.if dow well and deeply done, is all the bet ter, as the clay turned op and exposed to the frost 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. — 17 March 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN E. G. DEWOLFE. Issued Every Friday Morning. Second Door East of the Post-Office. Terra of Subscription : One Year J j Six Month 1 ?. Three Month M City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mil at the Findiay cw-ui""" DXrAaTCka. , LILA U. MH. going ButUh, 11:14 a. m-V AortA.427 p. H- AUIVALK. Oy C. MltCA i Hk. V"i9 Ao"1. m- -Tnixlii Tliumliy and Salaruay, si a. m. u'iUuimtotm uwl .fwiAurt-l aesusj ndBaturdsy.eiiP.m. ondUil flestoa Utdge, Humiim and Wtdiefa-Friuay.ai and Baturday. at I p. m. COUNTY OFFICERS. Common Pled Judge-Jntatm Pulars. dUor-Uorgr H. Moolier, (Irrkuf COKrtt-Hooft W. Preble. Treasurer Peter Hosier. HmmUr Paul Kmrer. 1-rubaU Judge -Bainuel ii. Hoffman. Kheriff Ham uel My res. I'rvmUlKV A unrm -Henry Brown. iSuroner U. K. Cllne. . . B1 ijZLeri- Joseph Saltrman. John D. Bishop and John avdsjlnstou. ArPAr1oraD T.ompon.B. M. Wai.ua. and J. K. BumHodj. A:U huwir,m-l A-I'lllMlord. J. R. Kay and Uoriias Marts. TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 7raatef-Wm. Marti...

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 March 1876

gindfajt ftffersottiaa. Findlay, O., Harcb 17. 1J7C. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION Delegates from Hancock County. 3y acallelwucre it will be seen that the litpublican State Convention takes place Wednesday, March 29tb, for the purpose of nominating a State ticket and delegates at larjje to the National ItepuUican Conven tion, which meets at Cincinnati, Wednesday, Jane 14th, 1S7J. It has been deemed ad visable, also, that the deb-sates present at the State Convention from their respective Congressional Disiri:is thai', select two del egates and two alternates to represent the District in the National Republican Conven tion. Notice is hereby given t!.;it all Republi cans from Uancotk County, in attendance at the State Convcntion.shull lie entitled to participate in the proceedings land cast the six TOtes in the Convention to which Han cock County is entitled under the call for said State Convention. In view of the inijmrtance of the work liefore the Convention, the Committee re spectful...

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 March 1876

Hold the Fort, for We are Coming. THE GREAT BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENT. The undersigned, having bought (deceased) will continue the business a We are now receiving an entire SEW STOCK .f i' !.icl, we will and hope by personal attention to our the clteapest goods in the world, good by Belling GOOD GOODS. We also SUIT EVERYBODY. Hoping that are desirous of obtaining GOOD BARGAixs, we f. . I ; t :. . !j.,,t e can deal justly and honorably with everv bodv Tn particular, we wish to say that we are . . m . . 1 . !.. era! otnen oi tne Dest nianuiaciures in February IK. 1876. the ftock of HOOTS hul .SflOKS in the heretofore tni-Wtlie firm name of line of Wi. : - to ... ;t i i:e f.:.f r,18ge of at cost, a I :. .. t . . r ... . . of that kind. We expect to build op a reputation Lave a lit.- f ' ;' ,7: n,d SHOES that we are SELLING AT PRICES TO the patrom t I. .1...-, !. lWftb will continue with us, and every body else who the SOLE A '! KXTX f Ed wis C. Bcrt's II . a" 1 I I . me ruu .n an i 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. — 17 March 1876

Home, Farm and Garden PLANTING TREES ON FARMS. In connection with the communica tion on tbia subject, in the preceding eolnmn, we print tbe 'ollowingfroin the Gardener" Eerxtrd: From tbe place at bicb I now write to tbe nearest village is more than an English mile, and tbe public road runs the entire length of that distance, be tween and underneath two rows of very fine old trees of afcli, beech, elm, and oak; their branches form a jrrand can opy, through which the sun can scarce ly penetrate. So grateful in the shade of these old monarcbs (said to be 200 years planted) to the pedestrian, that I often, when en jojingu. walk underneath, take off my bat reverently, and say, Teaoe to the ashes of those planters of old." In this district the fields have been planted with rows and double rows of trees, very large double ditches have been formed and traneplanted between, and fields can be seen completely sur roanded with huge old trees, which are a pleasing object to the eye, but are in j...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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