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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 11 August 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BAXSLEY. Issued Every Friday Morning. Second Door East of the Post-Office. 'I'erniH ol Hutcritiu : One Year f; oo Si i Month 1 00 Three Months .10 City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mails at the Findla Pot-Offic. UirAKTl KC. cJarey Hrum-h c A U KM., l a. m. L. JCdc t , KJC.yxxy Nuuih. Il:lia. m. " tiurilt.KIT. l. In. '.AKKIVALK. Curry Mraw '.. C AK, 5W p. in. U. K 4c i.HK.wng tttmlh, ll.l-ia. iu. - AurA, 4:i p. 111. DEI'AKTCKC I 'as flKmtt.napr, Amyw and H uttmj : rt m ruoaday.TbuiiMlay and naturUMy.si ha. in. ill HtMrJmrd.,Hoeklown ami hwtny ' Ouraer. Wednesday aud statorday, at 1 p. m. ArUngivH, WilUunutK ana uitir-Tueday wl Malurdar. at I p. ra. Ou Muijc, Ottawa, H-tmuke, Jtrtmnre, ami JU- baa-1 iMndM mud r rliy, ai i a. m. &HIM ItutvHanity ami 'raeUrtoa-r'rlday.at a. in. JfeOm6ara0rCHur-TueJiday .Thursday and Saturday, al i p. in. COUNTY OFFICERS. Ohotnom IVxu Judy -J amen fl liars. uddvr Ueorge H. Mosher. txrrkof tbaru-ricott W. frebl...

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 August 1876

numU day by day, and gmde to a mas tery over tlieiu. Such preparation are everythiug. Without tbem a le isjtiv coiuuiaod fixing eial nrouiibe fixing a day, are tlituus. They are won; they are a euare aud a delusion to ail who trutt tlm. They destroy all confidence adao&g thought ful men, who judgment wiJl at last sway public opiuioii. Au attempt to act on such a couiuiatid or buch a promise, without preparation, would nd in a new suspension. It would l a fresh calamity, prolific of coufuhiou, distrust, aud distress. The act of Cou irreiw of the 14th of July, 1875, enacted that on and after the 1st of January, "1873, the Secretary of the Treasury fthril rvWtn in coin legal tender notes of the United States on premutation at the office of the Aw.istaut Tnntire-r in the city of New Vork. It HUlhuri7rs the Secretary to prepare and provide for uch resumption of specie pay ments by the ue of any surplus reve nue not otherwise appropriated, and by iwuing in his discretion certain claws...

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 August 1876

H 0 $30,000 DRY TO WITHOUT b FOR o E EDUCE STOCK REGARD CASH ONLY. ANDERSON. WINDERS & CO. GOODS Q TO COSTS V M STILL ANOTIIEU RrDOtfTiON IN BOOTSavnSHOES VOC CAW BIT OF SHUCK & BROWN, I.itti-M rttMklH, Nrt;e Jlurian. S-Hrjf; I'aUmIi. Freurli Kid Itnlloit, Ciiritt-otrliid Itulioii, (IIKAI'Ht THAW KVKR BF.KOKK KNOWN IN MNlHjAV. Mauygoods being ho la at I.KSS Til AX HI 1.1 THKIK Oltll.IML PKH K. OOK BOOTS, fcildgs, AND SLIPPERS, r a'l new ami dtirah e no n'd 1rsh 1n ill I. ar.d tiivr !. tKnglil K- :CAMI it 4IK.I lll-lll Cheaper than the Cheapest. ('.mil., itoiiee if yon wish tnsecnre the great est iiiishIii KVF.lt FFKICKI. iMiu'l - piaca Ja. 7 Main hire!. First l r hmh mi NwllirtifrM IUnlrr isre Itespecl lully. Kiircii &: imoux. S-ly. Farmers Loot Here! BUY VQUR PLOW FOISTS -OF FINDLAY, OHIO, And save money. Tliey aie now enKuril In luannlHcturtiiK PLOW roi N TS For le fornwinc named Plows: ilbb. ImiM-rial, Mafalior. Nbiak, JurliMti, Plll.biir.lltrii. twlritlrta Brum. 1 IM...

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 August 1876

THE SCOUTS STORY. A Probably Authentic Account of Custer's Last Battle, as Related by a Crow Scout. The Helena (Montana) raM of Ju ly 15th, gives tbe following account of Caster and his troops, told by a Crow Indian scout known as "Carle-," who was attached to the ill-fated General's command, and whom The Herald be lieves to be the only wnrvivor of that terrible occasion ; Custer, with his five companies, after er separating from Reno and bis seven companies, moved to the right around the base of a high hill overlooking the valley of the Little Horn, through a ravine just large fuough to admit bis column of fours. There was no Higntt of the presence of Indians in the hills on that side (the right) of the little Horn, aud the column moved steadily uutil it rounded the hill and came in sight of the village lying in the valley below them. Custer anoeared very luucli elated, and ORDERED THK BfGULES TO SOUND A CHARGE, and moved on at the bead of his col umn, waving his but to eucourago h...

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. — 18 August 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BALSLEY. Issued Every Friday McrDiDg. Tt-rjiij of Hilcrijt ion : One Year $2 h Sis Mouths 1 ( Three Months oO City and County Directory. Arrival rd Departure of Mails at the Find lay Pot-Offico. UKrAkTL'KK. Vorey Hranch C. a U UK., tr.li a. in. L.. L, ttX.yuiny X-tuh, ui. fitr1h,tTi . lu. iARaivaus Curvy &raiw-fc CM. C 5 mi p. X. A.' AsfK tc. yng tvnah, ir.l.ia in. Aur.A, p. lu. DKPAKri'lllC. 'M Rum.rimaie.Munytn nntl B'nvl-l'jl.rt rtt I ues.ly.Tliurlm- and Klonlj .l . Jff Hlanchard,Huurkltio ami t.mj I'tmr, WwlDndtr aurt "Saturday, al I p. m. Arltvi. WUUumittlHr ana Jfvikuk Tuesday aud riatunlay, at 1 p. in. (AM tUtitje, iHjutMoa, JOMMfk, HHmirrr.and Oif- bva- l uewlav aud Friday, at 7 a. m. limtu KulveJUanlry and J'eiuUtOm Friday .at & a. in. JfcUiml. aadiriascOTtlcr-T aeaday .Th uraday and -Saturday, al 1 p. ra. COUNTY OFFICERS. (iMMm lira Judy -lmt Pillara. . AmlUurtors IS. Moti.-r. Cirrlcnf UmrtM-mxXl W. i"rchle. 'J'mtMunrr IVIr flimler. tiervrilr...

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 August 1876

Seven Reasons Wlj Yen Stoulfl Go Tn Hume & Hall's FOB VOTJR BOOTS & SHOES. 1st. They keep Uie beat Custom GoraR 2d. Tliey Lave tue iur.-st assortment of the Cheapest tJoodM. :H. Tlitir custom work is made to tin ir order; all warranted; you buy no risks: if any imperfections do arise they are made gxid without charge. 4iu. They have all qualiliw, ize anil n iiitus, and you can get fitted in any kind of Boots or Shoes. 5ih. Their Manufacturers have forty rix yr.irt successful experience, and wc have had TWELVE YEAKS ex peri ence in selling this work, you have a certainty of getting in stock aud work what you pay for. ;.h. We are now having a full assortment of Boots and Shoes manufactured for Fall anil Winter, at the great Reduc tion in Prices. 7th. Farmers, and all that think the only way to get the best work is to have them made from measure, please call anil examine our improved Lasts, and tud a cheaer, safer and quicker way of getting supplied with the best IVma ami 3Uocs...

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 August 1876

LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF WOOLEN GOODS NOW READY FOR THE FALL TRADE. PRICES DOWN' To HARD PAN'. Ali Our Own Make of Goods Warranted as Represented. l-tf'Our Flimntl and Hatitutlx 25 j,rnt. Chtnjmr than Eastern (ioods. A FULL STOCK of DRY GOODS and NOTIONS ON HAND, Cash Buyers Will Find it to their Interest to Give us a Call BEFORE Fimllay, Ohio, Aug. 17, 1H7C. ;-lANl WtiKK AKItlV '!';.. BUYING THEIR WINTER SUPPLY OF GOODS. ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO. STILL ANOTHER REDUCTION -IN- BOOTSamSHOES YOB us bi t or SHUCK & BROWN, Lndim IIooIn. Nrnrice ItuflAii. I'rfiu-li Kll I'iiHw-ii, CiirnroM Hid Iliiilon, II KA I'FIt Til AP KV'KK IIKKORK KNOWN 1 N Kl N I L A . M any good be l ug xolil at LISS THAS lUl.f THt.'IK UKIIJIML fllld:. OUR ROOTS. SIHIKS. AND SLIPPERS, An all new and desirable no old Irnitti 10 iisi--..i and have In n hougld r'iMiCASII ld Wt- WlllHfll lllelll Cheaper than tho Cheapest. out -nlolin- t von wish to secure the gicat K4 lMHalli KVKIt"r-r"KUKI. iNin'l fortfet lit ...

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 August 1876

CONGRESS. A t o. 4 In the Senate, the concur rant resolution providing for a final adjournment Monday next, rran read, and was referred to the Coininiitee ou Appropriations. A bill actLorizir.g the emplcyiueut of Indian scouts was pabf-t-tl. The Senate bill to allow a jit-nsiou of "27 per laouUl to -boldiers who have lott both au iixrn toil a le;.', iu lieu of $'24 per month now allowed, was patsed. The House bill to estab lish pot-t routes throughout the couu try, was taken up and niuety-two routs stricken out, and passed. After m fnrtkityr diMOMion nf mail ur, the Senate adjourned. In the House, the Senate amend ments to the Iiiver and Harbor Appro priation "bi;i were non-concurred in. and a committee of conference ap pointed. The committne ou Military Affair submitted a report ou the matter of the ccntract for soldiers, Lead-btones. The report declares that the contract was irregular in its char acter, and it retlects somewhat severely on es Secretary Keiknap, but recom mends no ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 25 August 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BALSLEY. Issued Every Friday Morning. Terms of Hulncriitioit : One Year f 00 Six .Month 1 j4 Three Mouths ."j City and County Directory. Arrival ami Departure of Mail at the Finalay Post-Office. ucriKritr. (vr Hranrh C. C ., lr.ln. l..tC.4t.tiK.vxn'jtyfHU, 11:14a in. ' A'rtii, it? J. in. Ourv AroitHk C.ft. t C Kit. S.iw p. In. I. K L.. HH. 9iy WA, ll .l . a. 1.1. A'srA, i jrt t. in. DEPAKTUKK. - j'uoMlMy.'Jhurfeday and ttalurday.al ta.m. ff tiOnch'trlti,H'rckioum ani hutny'a Ofrttrr, Weduevdajr and Haiurday, rt 1 p. m. ArUrv1". H'lUuxnubMCn antt Ounkuk Tuesday aud rtaiurdjty, at 1 p. ui. (AU Kulve, Uliim, Rtfke, Hr-hourr. and Uiir bua'l umlav and Friday, at 7 a. in. Ittntim hMlgKiumUy and i-l"riday.t 6 a. in. ifcUnd I AM-in-OrntiT-Tiiesday.Tli antday Ktid (Saturday, at 1 p. w. COUNTY OFFICERS. (Jbmmm tu Judy -James Pillarv. i autor Ueorge H. Mustier. iXiTkof Um-Hl W. i-reuie. Tmuurrr - Peter Hosier. ICawla I'aul Kemerer. I r,iOnlr Ju't'jr -Hmuuei H. Huffman. H...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 25 August 1876

Seven Reasons Why Yon SMS Go To Hume & Hall's for TOUR-BOOTS & SHOES. 1st. They keep the 'nest Custom ooil--. 2d. They have the Jur-ct aswrtmect of the Oieajiest Gooils. 3d. Their custom work is made to their order; all warranted; yon huy no rinks; if any imperfection tlx ari.se they are niale goo I il Iio.it elmre. 4th. They have all qualities, sizes anl width, tad you am pet fined in wiy kind of Boots or Wiocs. 5th. Their Manufattureis have frrt Vx year successful experience-, and wc have had TWELVE YL.VKS experi ence in selling this work, you have a certainty of getting in stork :id work what you pay for. Ctu. Wc are now navies a full assortment of Boots and ots wauui.irturcd Tor Fall and Winter, at the pw-at deduc tion in Prices. 7tU. Fanners, aM all that think the only . way to get the best work is to have thtm made from measure, please chII and examine our improved Lasts, nnd find a cheaper, safer and fjuxscr way of jretting supplied with the "w-st Boots and Shoes. lie...

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 August 1876

WHAT DOES ALL THIS MEAN? ra-il-M-ai-Msf Tamata riuurrr-A "Marria for iBtlaldatloB 1 fctroa kaklka ('Maty wklrfc "KamaM Be" rarrisl kj lb aBabliraa Whlrh Soatkera DratorraU tall Word of Coaawl The following extracts from South era paper tell thfir own story. Their plain uiejuiiog ia death to Republicans and victory lit the ballot-box by the aid of ballets and aMH-ioation : THE MISSISSIPPI USURPATION TO BE HELD "AT ALL HAZARDS." Canton (Miss.) Mall. Writ it upon your banners, iling it to the brwif , flauut it in tb face cl the enemy, that we, the lion-t-t people of MiH-iissippi, having oiiii-red a ! rions victory at the ballot box I.u-t o euiber, are determined to hold our at luizard. DEFIANCE OF THE UNITED STATES SOLDIERS. IKKKS. Canton (Miss.) Mall. If the Oovernor makes no tiou, and fit-ant iwiids the troops any how, will not the people be justified before the law in rirtitig lh; inter vention of the military in time of p-o" f Vet the OoDKtitutionul lawyers of th Kadical party "cra...

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 August 1876

A CHANCE I -A.T ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO.'S Aftei the 10th Day of September, NO GOODS SOLD ONLY FOR READY PAY We feel in makinjr this change that it is tin- only n ., u, !i :-oi- .. : i.i ik.- it t ?vin-j ? !!. i- tni,i-r- O. ,-,M ell goods from 10 to 13 per cent, lower, have no hail .1. !.t -: i.. ,.k it'-r. ! v. i;l U- in thi- ay T.. -:t nil alike. We )! confident that thU way of trading will be U the niulu..: ilunij .f nil. Our ftisk will Is- uM on a CASH J'.AH, am! maiked in PLAI5 EIGUKES, 03SJ3E5 UP 1E5, 3E C5 ES Thankful for past favors, we ask Findiar. Ohio, Ag. 24, 1870. Ti WAT BF II BIN a continuance of your putron.-uf. Yours, ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO. m ! O STILL ANOTHER RFDtJCTION IN BOOTS a SHOES t a! CAM BUT WF SHUCK & BROWN, Kearge Button, Freucu KM llnMwH, CnriMMkM Hid llulton. CM KAPKR THAN KVKR KKKflKK K NOW V ! INFINIiLAV. Many goods bnlng sold at LKSK THIS HALF THEIR OKHUML PKICE. OCR BOOTS. SHOES. AND SLIPPERS, Are all new and desirable no old IraKh to dt...

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. — 1 September 1876

rprnn i ia yL'pTorivr7 t A. H. BALSLSY. Issued Every Friday Merging. TermK of BuViHcri i.tioii : One Year - rix Months 1 " Three il'-iutiis -jO City and County Directory. Arrival and Denature of Itlaiis at trie Ftndlay Pcst-Offico. ucrAticnt. Curvy BraHch c. a C 7.,V:l.ia. lu. L..K. t. tiH. rny 0. ':& a. 111. - ' - Arf.4i: !. Hi. AKRIVlv. Ckircy hranr!, t. a. a C K.. 5 ny j. n.. L. it .If I., itil.yti'ti .Vma. u.l-i u. a.,r-a.Vriljre,jiMit'i'f ftlis.V ru?soy,i nuriwiivr Ml IH,iKrh-ud.,Uucktummul tMiifj m Vu.mr, Wlnwly dI haiunlBy, m 1 p. m. ArUnfr'uH. Witu-i.MUtvm.aiK1 Lilkk Tuehday ami Malurday. at 1 !. Oei tCvUjc.JUiwa, ht-wkr., Rrlmtirr.aua 04- M-luwUv mid Friday, at 7 a. hi. HriUM hCulijr fUuUey ami I'vmUctun-riUlnsM h a. id. and Haiarday, Ml I p. in. COUNTY OFFICERS. Cioamrn Jur)-Jm Pillar, i H'lf"ii- IxtMH li: K. Mir.ii I. ".rrkof Oiuru -HK't'l W. Preble. Tietuurer- PeU.T HoMler. Itfitrtter Paul Keloerer. r j. iir Juil.r Hamuel B. Huflinan. AAmf-ftitiii nel Myren. i'rtMerM...

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. — 1 September 1876

Seven Reasoi Wlj Yen StonlQ Go To Hume & Hal s FOR YOUR BOOTS & SHCI-3. i-t. They k'-ep tbc tiert Custom ;xxi-Tli-y liavc Uie lar."-t a.;oit n.tr t of tlif C(i,':ifi-:-t Ot-ffl'. Th(.ir cu-tin wnrL. is made t''eir order; a'l warranted; you l.y no ri.d-.s-; if any inierfcfli'n : :rise tli-y are made go'.d w itliout eh.tr;;c. 3d. 4tU. Tiny have all tiualities-, ! widths, and you can pet fitted :n any kind of Hoots or Shoe. .V.b. Tiitir Manufaeturers have fwig-ri-c yt-trt suecessful exriencf, ami we have had TWELVE YEAKS ixiri ctiec in gelling this work, you have a certainty of fitting in stnrk and work what yo;i pay for. ih. We are now having a full assortment of Hoots and Hhoes inanufa tun-d for Fall and Winter, at the pre;.'. Reduc tion in Irk-cs. 7;h. Farmers, and all that think the only may to Ret the best work is to have Ihem made from measure, please ' all and examine our improved Lasts, and find a cheaper, safer and iiieker way of fretting supplied with the U st Boots a...

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. — 1 September 1876

5S ffl ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO.'S Aftei the 10th Day of September, NO GOODS SOLD ONLY FOR READY PAY We feel iu nmkiui; this change that it is the only way to scl' s-i' -" as to make it a saving to the customers. IVe tan ell goods from 11 to 15j.-r cent, lower, have no bad dcl-ts to look fur. and will lie able in this way to treat all alike. We feel confident that this way of trading mill Us to the mutual advantage of ail. Our stock will he old on a CASH BASIS, and maiked in PLAIN EIGURES, 03SJIE5 I3P E2 IE C3 3E3 03?3"3Lor ! Thxnkful for past favors, we a-.k a continuance of your patronage. Yours, Findiay, Ohio, Ang. 24, 18T6 A NDERSON, WINDERS & CO. TIE WAY 01 ' DOING B -A.'r DSINESS ! STILL ANOTHER REDUCTION IN BOOTS u SHOES TOV CAB BUT OP SHUCK & BROWN, LttdlfMBMlN, Nence Itntlon. rfe-arge loltIi. l'r-n-l nut tn, Ouiaroa Hid IIu(i4u, II KA WR TH r- K.VEK BRKOKK KNOWN I.V HMUV. Msuy giMNlsheliigsnldsl Ll'-iS THIS HALF TMKIIC WKIUIXaL PUHK. our HiOTS. SHOKS. AND SLIPPERS...

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. — 1 September 1876

HORRIBLE CRUELTY AT SEA. HORRIBLE CRUELTY AT SEA. The Story of the American Ship St. Marks—Three Men Beaten to Death and Flung Overboard— Arrest of the Captain. The American ship St. Mrkf, Captain J. ri. GriDdle, hailed from Liverpool aiarc:!i llMi, JS73. When about mx weeks out, a man known as "Lonr Tom," died from tbe effect of injuries iuflicted by the captain or his subordi nate?, and was thrown overboard by the captains instructions. When leav ing port the captain had eleven green hands ia a crew of twenty-oue, and Lis conduct towards some of them was exceedingly Larnii, any frlownes in the execution of oiders being- vieled with tbe severest puninhment such as kick ing, beatioK, stringing up to cross tree, aud choking. A man, named "Soldier" was the next to fall a victim to the Captain inhumanity, and he too was continued to the waves about two weeks hubsequent to thedeath of ' 'Long Tom." They were both Englishmen. When the Ship reached Coquiaibo, Chili, a third p&ilor fcu...

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. — 8 September 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. B AUSLEY. Issued Every Friday Morning. X"eriM of ubHorijitton: One Year ti 00 Six Mouths 1 00 Three- Moutlis 50 City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mall at the Find (ay Poet-Office. DtPA KTV B K. Oarew Branrh C U.,:lfi.m. I. &. i . Xi ffwttf Miiulh, ll:lia.u. - Aorta. 437 p. Mi. (l,r kranch V.H. C. Jilt., I Ml p. ui. Vi. ("" Auat. U:l a. "- - Aurk, p. lu. DBPAKTUHt. VanHuren Pvnaoe.Munaenand BuwUnyiirten -Tuesday, Thursday and rtturday.ai sa.m. Ml Htncard,HoueMtoum anH Kwmn Omer. WisJiie-Jsy ana r-aiurusy. e-" o4 rftayro. W'iiiiamjtoam o4 Dunkirk Tuesday audrtaLurday.atlp.nl. Out Jbdy iJUawa, ttanuke, Belmore, and UU- fcua-1 uesdav Md Friday, at 7 a. lu. H-n HulvtamUi mnd rctu1tttun-tTayM wild MsUinlay, Uip.u. COUNTY OFFICERS. OMinm Heat Judo -James Pillars. nxU'ir-Uwinn' H. Mticr. Vtrrkuf 0rtJ-rtcott W. ereble. Treasurer- frMer Hosier. JtemraerPuul Kemerer. rraUnujwlae Mamuel It. HoOinan. Mrrtff Wmiiuel My re. "nMwlHV Atftmeu Henry Brown. ...

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. — 8 September 1876

.1 ..I .;nu-- Post Office. II H' f" ,V.,Vf it . - . . . -.ver Hi W , ii:-ti !. mi- ar " h.l it i- Uia i.t rv me- 2tr A" IV It rJ-.-.llie l-if: T , K i M !.:: iu'.-ll.t;-r t . e-.e--r Ja I. Mt-Kee. mev em- J I) Ket kks, mewteinr.-r It P riiMloi-.' me-temier J AS II PAINK.IU"-nK'-r J It Merix,' mat. agent I' it...-1 1 noma' H I miry Wv.".rm H l.i.ry Rirhttrrl A l-n )i tml,deT "Lowe An examination " that there we U.seiiari--n irom uie li .rVifer'n department. 5M l.'uion J Ho.'-Jf-r-': from t!i t!i- Clerk's ofllt-e. yj Union Sol-J fro Union soldier; f police. 2; Mnkio di;-f:t;ar:rel by tin inee ii orjviiiiwt A mnn!T ,f ;lj - the fx 1 iu tue i m-noi Union .- i-lien- emocratit; Iloii-te !i last lleoember. jldi-r wt re dls- ui!.l iu tii- er i.-,e. There, were appointed in th--ir places as htr as can i-e k- i -airied, in tbe rixrkeep-r" th-pai tme'it, J'. ronfeder atir; in tin' t;:-ri:"s oliic-, M; in p'wiolilw, 11; -!tpitf1 police hikI: coiu:iiiita' cleriV-; ih' iS ' nfl ernie sol!r npr'ti...

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. — 8 September 1876

4 CM1I IS ?I IT OF fill BUSINESS ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO.'S Aftei the 10th Day of September, NO GOODS SOLD ONLY FOR READY PAY We f.-el in iii.tk.iiiL' tins ciuiuzc tlit rt is the only wiy to scd so a t niasc. it a earing ti. tlie customers. IVe cau sell goods from 10 to J5 jw r rent. lower, bav no ttad d.1.! to look af. r, and ..ill U- aide in thin way to treat all alike. We feel con&lent that this way- of Irwliny will Ik: to the inu'iv '. n. I,..-, i.f u. Mock wit! lie sold on a CASH UASIS, and walked in I'LAIX KK.LKKS. Thankful for past favors, we ask a contiruancc of your .;.tioiia'c. Yours, Findlay, Ohio, Aug 21, .S7r,. A NDERSON, WINDERS & CO. A'l'- A LflflGE STOCK OF CTXSTOJVI MATTE. JUST IIKCJIVKD SHUCK&BROWN'S Si:l.I.l(; THE LOWEST riit;i;.s. Now is the time to get the BEST KIP BOOTS At the Lowest Price. Don't fail to see aur (ifKMls lM-fore you buy. Kill K A ItUOffX. .. -lv. -N. (7 WM.Hiile Main ttlreet- ills fflillK Local Produce Market. FINDLAY. O., Sept. 7...

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. — 8 September 1876

Home, Farm and Garden PRUNING GRAPE VINES. A correspondent of the Rural yew Yorker makes some sensible ren-arks on tbis subject tbat accord with our own experience. Thirty years ago, physicians were in the habit of drawing a pint of blood from every patieut no waiter ut lug disease wax, lie must be bled ! The consequence w, that they gradually drew out t'.ie living principle of the unfortunate people who fell into their hands. Many grapa growers are uow doiDg the fame thing to their vines. They think if a cer tain amount of sap runs through the cane bearing fruit, and if a portion of that cane be cut off, the entire vitality of the cane when nucut will be diffus ed through what remains of it. Mis taken idea! You may take two canes, each five, ten or fifteen feet long, and eadi bearing three clusters of grapes. If you cut one off to within a foot of the fruit, the grapes on the uncut oane will ripen just as early, and be as good if not better, than thorn on the cane that is cut off. ...

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