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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 24 March 1876

TEE JEFFERSONIAN E. G. DE WOLFE. Issued Every Friday Moraipg. Second Door East of the Post-Office. Term ot Subscription: ...42 00 One ear T. Mx Months M Three Months City and County Directory. Arrival .nd Departure of at the Find lay Post-Offtoe- DBPAKTOK. A" T " Aurt.4in p. m. iEUTll' , q. iaw C.a. C fcS P- LK4t.Hk. rtnn tmth. U:l a. ". talurday. al OlStW. Brlimirr, and Oil, At'cW iV Cer-Tue.day.Thnrdy and Saturday, at I p. m. . COUNTY OFFICERS. Om iu d-Jane Plllara. a.r-0orp. H. Moeher. tVrt uf Ururu -tn I W. treble. Treasurer-revet Hosier. t-ruOalr Judge Huuuiil B. Huffman. jmtminy (loroew-Heury Brown. gSSJ'jSSpb S.Um.n. John D. Bjitiop and John rl(?inntxo. end IHjrllM Marts. TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. jHAa-Vm. Martin, John Larklna and JeaacTeaUwrth. Cterfc-H.H. Hazier. I reamrer-H uah KewelL o.ii.i B. Beardnley and O. A. Bal ard. CMutaUo-Joal Marale and B. 1 Byal. BOROUGH OFFICERS. Mayor VH HI lain Uribben. Treasurer M. U. rioqrs. M'trmhal John llulil. taUrrl amen A. Hope, . ., bwMtf-Wm...

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 March 1876

,gindlaj effersoaiatt. Findlar. O., March 21.1876. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. Delegates from Hancock County. Bj a call elsewhere it will Ite seen that tlic Republican State Convention takes place Wednesday, March 29th, for the purpose of nominating a State ticket and delegates at large to the National Republican Conven tion, which meets at Cincinnati, Wednesday, Jane 14th, 1873. It has been deemed ad visable, also, that the delegates present at the State Convention from their respective Congressional Districts shall select two del - egates and two alternates to represent the District in the National Iiepuhlican Conven tion. Notice is hereby given tliat all Republi cans from Hancock County, in attendance at the State Convention, shall be entitled to participate in the proceedings 'and cast the six votes in the Convention to which Han cock County is entitled under the call for said State Convention. In view of the importance of the work before the Convention, the Committee re spectf...

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 March 1876

Hold the Fort, for We are Coming. THE GREAT BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENT. The undersigned, Laving liouglit I lie stock of IK T.S fciiJ SHOES iu the room formerly occupied by Jacob Schwab, (deccafted) will continue the buaiuesH aa heretofore und-rtbe lirm uawe of sErucss: & 3B o "sskst sar. We are now receiving an entire NEW STOCK f ;;;), vhUU we will mil as cheap as they can possibly be sold, and hope by personal attention to our line of ! ii ;(. n, rii i!.- patronage of all of our friends. We do not advertise the iJttctpext good in the world, yxtdx at coat, 01 t .' -..:,l r any ! of that kind. We expect to build up a reputation by seeing GOOD GOODS. We also have a line t,f t HI' A I' JSimTS uud SHOES that we are SELLIXG AT PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY. Hoping that the patron of tSie late Jm ob Stliwab will continue with us, and every body else who are desirous of obtaining GOOD BAKGAIXS, we feel ai-mred that we can deal Justly and honorably with every body. In particular, we wish to...

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 March 1876

Home, Farm and Garden THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER BY ANNIE L. JACK She lives within a quint home, Ko model of tie grace. Unknown to culture' higher walks, Or fashion '8 giddy places; A thoughtful girl, so sweet, so wise With earnest face and loving eyes The farmer's gentle daughter. Front morn till eve the little maid la busy at her; labor She sweeps and dusts tl. old farm houM And helps a poorer neighbor. No gossip will she listen to (A merit rare. I owe to you) So lives the farmer s daughter. On baking day her tiny bands Are busy at the making; No bread more light and -wett than hers. Was ever made by baking. She churns the butter golden, sweet, And keeps the dairy white and neat The Farmer's useful daughter. Iler garden is an Eden fair. Abloom with pinks and roses She knows the jame of every flower, And makes some gorgeous poses Grows peas, and radibhes, and cress. And corn, and squash, and herbs to press The farmer's happy daughter. .Long may she bravely smile on us Ql Our darling hou...

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 March 1876

THE JEFFEESONIAN E. G. PEWOLFfS.1 Issued Every Friday Morning. Second Door East cf the Post-Office. Term ot Subscription : One Year.. l fcix Months 1 Three Months City and County Directory. Arrivl.ndOep-mreofMall t the Poet-Office- Find lay Jtrafeh Ctt U. &ti, 15 a. III. AortA. 4:tf P. in- AK&lVALe. w Krawt C.. A C it ii 5-00 p. m. u . -AoriA, JB p. in. SuiHud FridaytTa.,,, ttZZi-d Jtt-Ier-Tneaday .Tbnnslay and EUttunUy. 'P-m- COUNTY OFFICERS. Comma Plea. JwljrJ-James PUIars. xiUur-Georgs S. Mosher, 7Vearer-FeUr Hlw. .rrfr-Pail Kemerer. mhate J wla -Samuel B. Huffman. KKrnff WMiiml Myrc. i-romrxMtfm j4itom Henry Brown. KiMtiop iDd John exl(inKUjn. wSZlLtBli J.B. BUHDODK. Lee. A. FlUalord. J. R. KK7 and uorilaa Mart. TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 7raUtor-Win. Martin, John Larklns and Isaac TealMorlh. rwt-H.H. Meuder. rairer Hash He well. en., Ju-I. B. beardsley and O. A. Bal ard. tSSwi-Jl Maxkli and B. B al. BOROUCH OFFICERS. jtoyoi William Uribben. Virrk P. J.ISoura. TV-cxuHrer M . D. ...

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 March 1876

tgindhg Htffersoniau. Flndlay. O.. Marrta 31. 1S76. TOWNSHIP PRIMARY MEETING. The Eepablicaos of Findiay Township are requested to meet at the Court House ia Flndlay, on Saturday, April 1, 1876, t 1 12 o'clock, in the afternoon, for the purpose of patting in nomination a ticket to be supported at the Spring election, Monday, April 3, 187C, and to transact other business which may come before the meeting. Let every Republican tnra out. By order of the Committee. Jackson Township Primary Mwtiiig The Republicans of Jackson Towohbip will meet at their usual place of holding elections on Friday, 3farJi 31, 1876, at 2 o'clock, afternoon, for the purpose of putting in nomination a suitable ticket to be supported at the Spring election Monday, April 3, 1876. By order of the Towsship Committee. THE SITUATION. At no time in our history as a nation has there been such an absolute necessi ty for the continuance of the principles taught and practiced by the Republican party. Those who were dispo...

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 March 1876

fflJI NO Until You Have Seen Hie Large SPKLNU STOCK Ladies' French Kid, Men's Fine Hnnd-Sewed Shoes, Ladies' Oil Coat, lien's Fine Machine-Sewed Shoes, Ladies' Pebble Coat, Boy's Buckle Alexis Shoes, Ladies' American Kid, Men's Fine Box Toed Boots, A FULL LINE OP MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, ALL AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Sole .A-gents for Etlwin C Burt's Israeli oh' Xino lioeK. Much 31,1876. BOOTS AND SHOES! CO?TSISTI?iG OL SHUCK & BROWW, Just Received at S3 67 Main Street. YOU. CAN BUI Standard A Sugar at 1 lc. C Sugar at 10c. Orleans, a bright article, at 9c. Turkish Prunes. 8c. A Good Tea at 60c. A Prime Gunpowder Tea at 90c. A Strictly Choice Tea, $1.20. New Mackerel in Kits and Quarter Bbls. Pickerel, White Bass and White Fish in quarter and half Bbls, at Low Cash Prices. Congress and Senate Chewing Tobacco at 90c, and other grades at low prices. Carolina Bice, 10c. Louisiana Rice, 8c. nhnifiAVftllmxT-Pfianhes. 31b cans. 25c. Pie Peach es, 31b cans, 17c,Blackbenies 18c, R...

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 March 1876

Home, Farm and Garden WHEAT AND OTHER GRAIN FOR HENS. WheAt, wheat middlings, oats, barley, Indian corn and buckwheat are good articles of food for lien,n they are ued alternately. If Indian corn were to compose the whole diet of hens they would be rendered too fat for laying pur poses : but as a regolar diet it is valuable. About three times per week the heDB will need some bit of meat, lo furnish more abundantly the albuminous els ment of the egg. Burned oyster ubells pounded, old mortar, bone, or something similar, should be kept by them at all times as material for shells. There should also be a cow-taut supply of fresh, clean water. Hens rliould never be permitted to eat suow. Snow water is highly injurious to theiu. Many per sons feed their hens all they will eat, and kep grain by them all the time. This is a bad practice. More hens are injur ed by overfeeding than iu any other way. If a man eats all that he can he becomes to some extent incapacitated for exer tion, and if ha ...

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 April 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN E. G. DEWOLrZ.1 Issued Lvery Friday Morning. Second Doar East cf the Post-Office. Tenun ol feil,crition : One Yeiir JjjJ Mx Mouth VJ, '1 urce Mouths City and County Directory. rtnowjr OfcfAKTCllk- ,v, Hrak a U i At-. U a. ui. AKKIVAU-. A - or . - l '"- K re. "f,3l a-tura.y. si's a. m'ZZ; Ma Ornfer-Tue-Uy.TTiursday tutu owiiwjt " COUNTY OFFICERS. ..Kdilor-UeorgsS- MOMier. AT Cr-lW. treble. Trrawrrr- r-eter Hofcler. S-S3"fi: Huffman. ffitS.,,., Brown. J&-Joseph Saltxm.n.Jobn I, rJhopand John rxlgiuKtou. '"'TTrri'.-nd J. B. BUSbOUg. Alia VUTlfm m w. . - Wn, Martin. John Larkln. and le Tesnsorth. Vr-ii.U. Hetsler. Irain'r Hugh Iweii. Ballard. JutUea-D. O. faeardsley and O. JtTt'J oSMe.-Joel Markie ami B. i- B ui. BOROUCH OFFICERS. Mayor William tirlbben. TreoMtrer M, 1- " JforafeUJoHU KuhL ""jSuli Parker. J. L. Llnvllle. A. rown JS-Wm. Oribben. E. P. Junes audJ.A.Bop. SOCIETIES. M,i.lc HaU located In third Btory ol Oage'a Z"lndMouUay evening In ac-n kI'a Chapter. B....

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 April 1876

indteg gtffersoninn. Flodlaj. O., April 7. 187ft. Republican State Ticket. tor Judge of S'rprem Court, W. W. BOYXTOX, of Lorain County. Fvr Secretary of State, MILTOX BARNES, of Muskingum Co. For Member of Board of Public Works, J. C EVAXS, of Delaware County. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION —1876 r The next Union Republican National Convention for tbe nomination of can didatea for President and Vice President of tbe United States will be beld in tbe city of Cincinnati, on Wednesday, tbe 11th day of Jane, 1676, at 12 o'clock noon, and will cousit of delegates from each State equal to twice tbe number of its Senators and Representatives in Con grefa, and of two delegates from each organized Territory and tbe District of Colombia. In calling tbe convention for tbe election of delegates, the committees of tbe several States are recommended to invite all Republican electors, and all other voters, without regard to past political differences or previous part...

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 April 1876

BUT NO Until You Have Ladies' French Kid, IVIen's Fine Hand-Sewed Shoes, Ladies' Oil Coat, flen's Fine Machine-Sewed Shoes, Ladies' Pebble Coat, Dcv? Buckie Alexis Shoes, Ladies' American Kid, Euji'g Fine Box Toed Boots, A FULL LINE OF Mli -Vy AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, ALL AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Sole -Agents for I-tlwin O. LtkIIok lino Shoes. March. 31, 1W. BOOTS Seen Use Larc SI'IHNG STOCK cosi srr'i in o SHUCK BROWN, AND SHOES! Just Received at i" 67 Main Street. Standard A Sugar at 1 lc. C Suar at 10c. Orleans, a bright article, at 9c. Turkish Prunes, 8c. A Good Tea at 60c. A Prime Gunpowder Tea at 90c. A Strictly Choice Tea, $1.20. New Mackerel in Kits and Quarter Bbls. Pickerel, White Bass and White Fish in quarter and half Bbls, at Low Cash Prices. Congress and Senate Chewing Tebacco at 90c, and other grades at low prices. j Carolina Bice, 10c. Louisiana Rice, 8c. . Choice Yellow Peaches, 31b cans, 25c. Pie Peach es, 31b cans, 17c,Blackberries 18c, Raspberries 20c My stock ol ...

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 April 1876

Some, Farm and Garden ENCOURAGEMENT OF FOREST TREES. In view of the rapid decline of the for ests of the country, it behooves us to lxk about us aud cousi Jcr for a iuo uent what we are to do, some years hence, for wood and timber. While rood is being superceded by iron for many of the uses that it is usually put ' to, yet there are Bti!I a great many things for which it cannot be substituted. There are a great many acres of land every year denuded of the natural mw4)i iliar it mrnliiA lie fnnrirl nDOQ mature consideration, would pay better to let it remain land that is rough and hilly, and barren for agricultural pur poses, and yet would pay a good interest in growing timber. And there is anoth er potent reason why a goodly propor tion of the land in every section of the country should be left in wood that is, to secure a more equitable distribution of rainfall. It has now been established, pretty conclusively, by scientific obser vation, that Just about in proportion to the amount...

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. — 14 April 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN E. G. DEWOLFE. Issued Every Friday Morning. Second Door East of the Post-Office. Term of Subscription : One Yew t? fcix Months Three Months 1 00 50 City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mails at the Findlay Port-Office. BgrABTCaE. CurrviJronc C. A U. v lS A. UJ. .. - p. m. -AXKIVAL. Carry Mranck Co. C Htt.,hti P- . JVoir.A, 4.28 p. io. - DKPAKTL'ttB. ir-Siwul but unlay, at I p. tu. , Aritti7ilnuumm a Wo-Tuesday ori,.1. b:i- and au- -XueLdav ana Friday. at7 a. m. Voj. HUmiew end ilel-Friuay.al and Balurday. at 1 p. in. COUNTY OFFICERS. Oummo Mhu Judge-Juam PUlara. u4tuur tieorgs H. Molier, Vlerkuf Coru-Hcoll W. Preble. yVMUvrer-fetr Hoiiler. .Knottier Paul Kemerer. rSiery Brown. gSZ'oSpb Baltam.n. John D. iipTnd John lglngu,u. and Dorila Marts. TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. fnutea-Wm. Martin, John Larklna and Isaac Teawonn. tter-H.H. Metiler. JBrand O. A. BalUuU. tEJItaljei-Joel Markle and B. U ByaU BOROUCH OFFICERS. JfapmWilllam Gribben. Cfcr P. J. Hours. IWownr-...

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 April 1876

I indlan gjtffcr soman. Findlay, 0 April 11. 1S76. Republican State Ticket. Fvr Secretary 'if Stat, MILTON BARNES, of Muskingum Co. tor Judge of Supreme Court, W. W. BOYNTON. of Lorain County. Fon. Member of Board of rtiUic Works, JOHN C. EVANS, of Delaware County. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION —1876 TLe next Union Republican National Convention for tbe nomination of can didate for President and Vice President of tlie United State will be held in tbe city of Cincinnati, on Wednesday, tbe 11th day of Jane, lb'?6. at 12 o'clock noon, and will eousitit of delegates from each State equal to twice tbe number of iU Senators and Representatives in Con gress, and of two delegates from each organized Territory and "the District of Columbia. In calling the convention for the election of delegates, tbe committees of the several States are recommended to invite all Republican electors, and all other voters, without regard to pant political differences or previous party affiliations, who are op...

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 April 1876

.BUI NO Until You Ilavc Ladies' French Kid, Men's Fine Hand-Sewed Shoes, Ladies' Oil Coat, fVSen's Fine Machine-Sewed Shoes, Ladies' Pebble Goat, Boy's Buckle Alexis Shoes, Ladies' Americnn Kid, Meii's Fine Box Toed Boots, A PULL LINE OF MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, ALL AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Hole -Agents for iClw in O. 15rL' JL.iilio' Fine Shoes. hs..i7. SHUCK BROWN, 67 Main Street. BOOTS . AND SHOES ! Seen the Large SPIJLNG STOCK Just Received at I0F CAN BUI7 Standard A Sugar at 1 lc. C Sugar at 10c. Orleans, a bright article, at 9c. Turkish Prunes, 8c. A Good Tea at 60c. ' A Prime Gunpowder Tea at 90c. - A Strictly Choice Tea, $1.20. New Mackerel in Kits and Quarter Bbls. Pickerel, White Bass and White Fish in quarter and half Bbls, at Low Cash Prices. Congress and Senate Chewing Tobacco at 90c, and other grades at low prices. Carolina Bice, 10c. Louisiana Bice, 8c. Choice "Yellow Peaches, 31b cans, 25c. Pie Peach es, 31b cans, 17c,Blackberries 18c, Baspberries 20c . Hy stoc...

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 April 1876

Some, Farm and Garden DIG FOR IT AT HOME. AVould you have the chining metal Do not o'er the wide world roam. Following a fleeting phantom Stey and dig for it at home. Do not heed the luring story Treasures distant hillsides hold . Ten adventurers, disappointed. Stand for every ounce of gold. Wishing still for some tiling better Many fancies yoath will rear: Mountains of the yellow mica, In the distance, gold apjicar. And the Ion (ring is rontajrious, Drinking from a leaden cup. For the means of grander living. On highways to pick it up. But dame Fortune is too fickle In her train afar to roam. Would you win her golden treasure Stay and dig for it at home. In the lane that lies before you Find your wealth by honest toil ; iev votary disappointed Hightly sought the generous soul. Only faint weak hearts repining Cast away the good at hand : Fortune's fcmilc will rarely crown them. Sought for in a distant land. But success rides on bclore you, Grapple it and you will win; Lo! e'en now, ...

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 April 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN E. G. DEWOLIE. Issued Every Friday Morning Second Door East of the Post-Office. Terxra of Subwci-ivtion : One Year J Six Months 1 J" Three Months . City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of M at the Find lay Poat-Offtco. DSPA-TCaB. Carry Branch C A CifK-fclS-- to. " . Kit. o-mgbimUt, ir.li a, 1ARK1VALO. Cterr. Cra-ck CTa. UJ(, 5UU p. w. i uelv. i nuraday mud nawrdaj , at e a. iu. 7 u-L HomckLam ami tu.y ' Vvmer. wZZZZaZf audeaturday.alip.i-. ArutXViUn- .r--Toeday aTuid Uid rlday. at 7 a. ui. ZKauUy iW-Krlday.at AfcGW.'a AtoK.Cbn--Tue8dy,ThQday ami Batorday, at 1 p. . COUNTY OFFICERS. Ctmnwm ea r-Jaies Pillars. f oeorg 14. Mo her. itrrlLuf Co-rw -Scott W, feble. yV-rer--Peter Hosier, itoeurdcr Paul Keinerer. t-rabauJmlu' H nuel B. Huflmau. jumT-iwiwI My re. ,Hr ttomtjr-Henrr Brown. g'-3Swpb Salt-man. John D. Wat-on, and J.K. BukIjouk. and uorilaa Mart. TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. aud TnuUa-yiai. Martin, John lrklua Ink Teauort. Cferfc-H-H. -' Irwrer-Huglewen. nird ,...

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 April 1876

jindte jtfftt soman. Findlay. O.. April 21. 176. Republican State Ticket. . Frr Srrrrtitry if State, MILTOX EAKMZS. f MusLiiifTum Co. lor Judje nf Sujirrme Court, V. W. r.OVXTOX. f Lorain County. For Member of Board of Ittllic Works, JOHX C. EVAXS, of Delaware County. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION —1876 The next Union Republican National Convention for the nomination of can didates for President and Vice President of tbe United States will be held in the city of Cincinnati, on Wednesday, the 14th day of Jane, 1876, at 12 o'clock noon, and will congixt of delegates from each State equal to twice the number of it Senators and Representatives in Con Kress, and of two delegates from each organized Territory and the District of Colombia. In calling the convention for the election of delegates, the committees of the several States are recommended to invite all Republican electors, and all other voters, without regard to pant political differences or previou...

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 April 1876

WI NO Until You Have Ladies' French Kid, Wen's Fine Hand-Sewed Shoes, Ladies' Oil Coat, It'cn's Fine machine-Sewed Shoes, Ladies' Pebble Goat, Boy's Buckle Alexis Shoes, Ladies' American Kid, Men's Fine Box Toed Boots, A FULL LINE OF MISB; S' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, ALL AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Nolo Agents for EoLavIii O. ISui'L'js Ladies' Iino SIiock. March SI, IBS. SHUCK & BROWN, 67 Main Street. BOOTS AND SHOES! Seen (he Large SFIUXG STOCK Just Hcccited at CO!SISTI0 OP GOLD! GILD! GOLD! mm Garden Seeds, Garden Seeds, New and Fresh, New and Fresh. LAWN GRASS SEED FOR FRONT YARDS. A New Stock of Teas, Sugars and Coffees. WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, JUST RECEIVED. Iftaclierel, White Fish and Pickerel. ETERYlHINa SOLD AT LOW PRICES. 94 MAIN STREET. Wit dkmmmi Find lit j . ., April 31, 1870. New Advertisements. Slwler Goods at Wholesale Prices. - S. D. Houpt Shirts, etc C. 8 & C. R. R. Change of Time. L. E. & L. IL R. Change Time. Findlay Nursery Co. Trees ,etc. L. McManness Soap...

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 April 1876

Home, Farm and Garden TO GET RID OF HOUSEHOLD PESTS. Charles Thompson writes tit lie S:it n t'JIc American tliat he has uot seen a b-jd-bag or flea in his lioune for many j ;ars, and adds: If an army of them ere brought io.iaercury would speedily ' terminate theiu; but I thiak. cleanli ness is the best and perhaps the only preTentive. The coiuicori house-fly I do not molest, believing it more than compensates for its trouble by clearing the atmosphere of effluvia and the ani malcules which always arii-e from the putrefaction of decaying substance dur ing the warm weather. So also with the birds, which are quite numerous here, during the summer. Instead of shoot ing them or setting 'up scarecrows to frighten them away, I throw out every pot-fible inducement for them to build their nests in my fruit trees. The birds capture a large share of the insects in the larval state, and thus the millions are prevented from depositing eggs for a fu ture crop of wortrs. As to the loss of fruit by...

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