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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 15 September 1876

A. H. BAXSLEY; issued Every Frida? Morning ' Terms of Subscription : One Year 2 00 Six Months 1 00 Three Months 50 THE JEFFERSONIAN City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mall at the Flndlay Post-Orflce. mm Branch C. it i t-.IS a. m. L M. i. Hit. yuiuy tiuuth, Il:l5a.ra. - Morth.tzn p. in. C!,rr MraMek C. . C .. S U p. m. . U t.. Hh.yttny irth il:Ut.iu. - Aor A. J l - rurally. I buntd-t "l Saturday .aiKa.iu Aft Itlutcha-ii.iluu:'"''"' al bwu-y Vormer. w4itwly aad eaiurday . at I p. ni . irlu( ... tftUuMufc'va.ui OunJurk Tuel an-l aiarl.y, i I l Ou to Wum. J6ae. Jefasore.aiw. Oii- A-. i ,.rl S'rid.V. at 7 a. m. IImjm ILulutJtUnUeu aad JWdtto-KrIday.t McamftlWWClriUo--Ta.-lay.Th urmlaj sod Hatarday. at 1 p. la. COUNTY OFFICERS. 'ummxm tu Judge -Jurat PilUra. aufaMr-Oeorif t. Mohlier. VtxrHvf Court- l W. Preble. Trtvitrrr - Peter Hl.r. Ittouram- Paul ICeinerer. iTjtfTl JtuXg -imuel B. HaflawD. Marlir-HuiiMl Myrea. HrecuUng Attorney -Henry Brown. CVnMr-l. F.CIme. ... Omnuii...

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. — 15 September 1876

Seven Reasons Why Yon StalJ Go To Hume & Hall's FOE YOUB BOOTS & SHOES. J (it. They keep tbe best Custom Goods. 2d. TLey Lave the largest assortment of the Cheapest Goods. Their custom work is made to their 3d. order; all warranted; you buy no risks; if any imperfections do arise they are made good without charge. 4th. They Lave all qualitieF, sizes and widths, and you can get fitted in any kind of Boots or Shoes. 5th- Their Manufacturers have furty-tuc peart succestf ul experience, and we Lave Lad TWELVE YEARS experi ence in selling this work, you Lave a certainty of getting in stock and work what you pay for. 6th. We arc now Laving a full assortment of Boots and Shoes manufactured for Fall and Winter, at the great Reduc tion in Prices. 7th. Fanners, and all that think the only way to get the lx-st work is to Lave tLrm made from measure, please call and examine our improved Lasts, and find a cLeaper, safer and quicker way of getting supplied with the best Boois and Shoes. 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. — 15 September 1876

A BANGS m fl WAT OF MI BI Mill -A.T- ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO.'S Aftei the 10th Day of September, NO GOODS SOLD ONLY FOR READY PAY We feel in making this change that it is the only r:.y in ?c !l gods so a to make it a saving To the customers, sell goods from 10 to 15 ivr cent, lower, have no bad tVVs to look after, ur.- vrVA lc able in thi- v ay to treat all alike. confident that this way of trading will! to the muiuul alv.':i.t.t of all. ;ir stock v.i!: maiked in PLAIN EIGUISKS, We can We feel sold on a CASH EASI, and VLi JLdd .AW3 iT SZv Thinkful or past favors, we ask a continuants of your patronage. Yours, Findlay, Ohio, AS. 24, 187G. A NDERSON, WINDERS & CO. A LARGE STOCK or CUSTOM MADE Bits i Slifles JUST RECEIVED SHUCK &BR0WN'S SELLING AT THE LOWEST riilt'ES. Now is the time to get the BEST KSP BOOTS At the Lowest Price. Don't fail to see our Goods before you buy. nii uric a uiiwx. 3 Iy. No.CT WemSideMsiiiSireet. To-day's Train Market. FINDLAY, Ohio, Sept. 14, 1876....

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. — 15 September 1876

Home, Farm and Garden THE FARMER'S WIFE. The farmer came in from the field one day ; Ilia languid step and his weary way, His beaded brow, his sinewr band. All showed his work for the good of the land; For he sows, sows, sows. For be hoes, hoes, hoes. And he mows, mows, mows. For the good of ihe land. By the kitchen fir stood his patient wife, Light of bis home and joy of his life, With face all aglow, and busy hand Preparing the meal for her household band ; For she must boil, boil, boil. And she must broil, broil, broil, And she muEt toil, toil, toil. All for the food of the horn. The bright sun shines when the farmer goes oat. The birds sing sweet songs, lambs frisk about; The brook bubbles softly in the glen While be works so bravely for the good of the men; For he sows, sows, sows, For he mows, mows, mows. And he hoes, hoes, hoes, All for the sake of the land. JIow briskly the wife steps about within, The dishes to wash the milk to skim; The fire goes out, the flies buzz about;...

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. — 22 September 1876

A. 3. BAXSLEY; Issued Every Friday Morning, Tmim ol Subscription : n..Yr Six Month 1 00 Three Mouths. . . . 30 THE JEFFEESONIAN City and County Directory. ArTi.!-" Dp.rtur.of M-il.-t tf SjCVBaTCKB. .-! Oar, Br-c" C. -- 1"r,l&.Sr nbitri'ML and Moarday . a h- " Hw-., Mja4i yj. Ad ttalarday. iu 1 p. ui. COUNTY OFFICERS QtniTwn ilea Judge -Jsms Pillars. VUrlff Vvuru 1 w- 'r,"' Timamtrmr- rVUr Hosier. HtBKrir Kemerer. tUM Jwlve Harouel H. Huffman. HKtrtff Hainuel MyrB. J"miuiifiur iff y-tJ.irf Brown. U . i irr. Joseph Hatlsman. JobE- U. Biauop and John rlriituu-IMnMryMitettn-Jaout TuagiMoa ti.. Wauon, and J. R. Bushour. and Dorlla Marti. TOWNSHIP OFFICERS 7Vwtoe-Wm. Martin. John Larklnsand JobCbainherlln- . CUrfc-U.H. Metrler. ' OauiMc-Joal Markle and I. M. byai. BOROUGH OFFICERS MaysrJ-iaeo. Cat f! f : ' ' TreanrvrU. ti. tksirs. : '.- . . Ja-arsfcaWainrB Wilson.; uorwJatueaA.Bap?. i..w. p. w t. t.inrtii A . Hrnwn and v. n. ' -- i,i.nnii- laoobCarr. K. Jones and J. A- Hope. SOCIETIES...

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. — 22 September 1876

Seven Reasons Wty Yen Stall So To Hume & Hall's FOB. "YOUR BOOTS & SHOES. 1 st. They keep the best Custom Goods. 2d. They Lave tbe largest assortment of the Cheapest Goods. 3d. Their custom work is made to their order: all warranted; you buy no risks; It any Imperfection do urine they are made good without cliarge. 4th. They have all qualities fcizes and widths, and you can get filU-d in any kind of Boots or Shoes. 5th. Their Manufacturers have fortg-tix years successful experience, and we have had TWELVE YEARS experi ence in selling this work, you have a certainty of getting in stock and work what you pay for. ih. We are now having a full assortment of Boots and Shoes manufactured for Fall and 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 and examine our improved Lasts, and find a cheaper, safer and quickex way of getting supplied with the best Boots and Shoes. IJe...

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. — 22 September 1876

ab I Tffl wat of ii ram A.T ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO.'S Aftei the 10th Day of September, NO GOODS SOLD ONLY FOR READY PAY We feel - making tint cinge that it is the only way to sell goods so as to make it a saving f, the rust oaten, iii .nL a I -;r' aet lower, hare no bad debu to look after, and will be able in this way to taut all alike. . .v . - . .Vl LL'J U.tfe. wffl h connacni uuu uui way w wiu6 maiked in GtRES, t , oSsT ES IF Thuikful for past favors, we atk a n a.- 24 18-6 Findlay, Ohio, Aug. 2. . to the mutual advantage of all. Onr sloek will be 3E CS E3 OKTILa" ! continuance of your patronage. Yours, ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO. ' S1 I U I I I We can We feel so'd on a CASH BASIS, and mdRGE5T0CKTHB OF CUSTOM MADE JUST RECEIVED AT SHUCK&BROWN'S SELLING AT THE LOWEST PltlCES. - Now w the time to get tLe BEST KIP BOOTS At tire Lowes Price. Don't fail to sec jur Goods before you buy. SIIUCK fc BROW.Y. 3 Iy. No. 67 West Side Main Htreet. Boots ii Sloes Local Produce Market. F...

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. — 22 September 1876

PROPHECY AS TO HAYES. The following is copied (7erbatim) trom the Phrenological Journal, of March, 1867, and is from the pen of that eminent prenologist, Mr. Fowler, of Jfew York. THE HON. R. B. HAYES. Mr. Hayes is a good-sized, well form ed man. He is between the extremes of large and Email, or lean and stout. He is very well made, has a handsome bead on a rather handsome body, and a face which would introduce him favorably anywhere. His complexion is light, skin florid, temperament com posed of the vital, motive and mental in alniott equal proportions. He is neither too fast nor too clow, excitable nor fclutrcub, but be is at once suffi cieotly energetic, original, comprehen sive, dignified and resolute. He is more profound than showy, and has more application than versatility. He will finkh what be begins, and make thorough work. He has a hopeful, happy, loving nature; is eminently social, fond of home, and all that be longs threto ; indeed, when surrounded by wife, children, and...

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. — 29 September 1876

TEE JEFFERSONIAN A. K. BALSLVEY: aoii Evrrv Friday Morning. Terinx of H.ibfcri.tioT : Uie Y-ar Six Month- Thrrc Mouths. . f Wl 1 -0 . :m City and County Directory. rf7o of Mails at the Fin.tlay Pot-omce. t v jr It tt. y. ' m. v.mwA s. !' C Jff Z. K .t ' Sf-""l tu. . Sim i. m. v .rt. .i.l " ,Vr h. t lu. u r' .- f . '(."( - t III Tuesday r,d Saturday, at I p. COUNTY OFFICERS. Oummon lira. Judo'-" hilars. uAitor - oeome H. Mntier. (JwH-tt -'l W. t'reble. Tif'Lturcr - IVter Hosier. ftrrortter f'alll Kemerer. r tbxte Jn'lje K-iiiiuM K. IIuOinn. .ShrritT Samuel Mjr.l. I'rweculiiig A'Uu-tu-n -Henry Brow". Joseph Hattirnau. John Bishop aud John r.-Uinstou. Walsou, ' J. !l- , A-AAz .t.r-J A.Pitislor.8. J. aud Dorilas Martx. U, IK TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. Tnuim-Wm. Martin. Jol.n Laraimtwud Jd, Oliutniierliii. Clerk-II. H. Wetaler. 7rwrer-lluh Newell. Rali.nl .Wire. -I). H. Ucardsiey mud A-ara-Ouiutc-Mi- Joel JUarkle and J.M.Hyal. BOROUCH OFFICERS. M-iuvr I acub Ciirr. CYerA J.ibn A. Me.i. TVrajritr...

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. — 29 September 1876

Seven Reasons II Yon SteM Go To Hume & Hall's for TOUR BOOTS & SHOES. 1st. They keep the best Custom Goods. 2d. Tbey bare the largest assortment of the Cheapest Goods. 3d. Tlieir custom work is made to their order; all warranted; you buy no risks; if any imperfections do arise tbey are made good without charge. 4th. They have all qualities, sizes and widths, and you can get fitttd in any kind of Boots or Shoes. Oth- Their Manufac turers have forty-nu yean successful experience, and we baveha-l TWELVK YEA IIS experi ence in scllin? this work, you Lave a certainty of getting in rtork and work what you pay for. Cth. We arc now having a full assortment of Boots and Hioes manufactured for Fall and 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 snd examine cur improved Lasts, and find a cheaper, safer and quicker way of getting supplied with the lcst lioots and Shoes. Itc...

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. — 29 September 1876

A CratE 1 THE WAY OF DOME BUSMSS! ANDERSON, WINDERS & COS Aftei the 10th Day of September, NO GOODS SOLD ONLY FOR READY PAY We feci in making tliis clge that it U the only way to sell goods m as to make it a taring to the customers. We can i. in ir. ner cent, lower, have no bad d.bts to look after, and will le able in this way to treat all alike. We feel PUtB -- confident that tills way of trading will be maiked in PLAIN EIGURES, Thinkful for past favors, we ask a Findlay, Ohio, Aog. 24, 1876. -.A.T- to the mutual ad vatitnse of all. Our stock continuance of your patronage. Yours, will be sold on a CASH BASIS, and ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO. A LAHGE STBGK OF CUSTOM MADE Mil it Sloes JUST RECEIVED AT SHUCK&BROWN'S SSLL1XG T THE MMVEST PKICKS. Now is the time to get the BEST KIP BOOTS At the Lowest Price. Don't fail to see aur Goods before you buy. riilck v imonx. No. 67 Wevl Side Main Street. n-ly. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY. O., Sept. 28, 1876. Ejrpi, 15 cents. Butter, 15...

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. — 29 September 1876

HOME LIFE. There in a chord ready ttruiig in the affections and sentiment of tuankind that ever gives forth the sweetest luu tic when touched by the infiueuces home. We cannot 6tiil its magic power or drown it memories. Though a man might live to the age of a thousand years, and though he might, during that period, have all the alluring thing of earth to contribute to his pleasure, still were he destitute of a home the real sweetness of life would never hi. There is & heaven born aspiration that ever looks to home for life's ideal joy, and which can never be tatifit- until it be found, where one can take fchelfer from life's rude ttortus and live and butke in the smiles of home com panions. The budding affections of childhood, the blooming joys of youth, the rich riper pleasures of manhood, with the decaying memories of old age, all cluster around home and its sacred precincts. In contemplating this ar rangement of nature, we ee the most grandly beautiful picture that was ever p...

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. — 6 October 1876

THE JEFFBRSONIAN A. H. BALSLET; !ssue.iLv;ry Friday Morning. Tcnnt of Subscription : One Year Six Months Three Month. . . 2 00 1 00 50 City and County Directory. ATrival and Departure of Mail at thw lay Post-Office. 4 w.i- Ob-; : ,ortk.--Ti . at. - A. 4-s in. -raeJy. I hurd a,.d ."l . imer Wednesday urd.y.at I j; and Halurday. P- md vn- BrnUm Ridgt JUomley and V9OoitdPortaeeOcnur.Tumlmj aad Saturday, mx 1 p. tn. .1 buraday COUNTY OFFICERS. . OommiM fttu Judgt -Jro..s Pillars. jitidaor-UeorBe . MOKtwr. Ctrrko Count W. Preble. Treaturer- Peter Hosier. Jfecorder Paul Kernerer. Probate Judge Samuel B. Huflniau. Hheriff Samuel Myr.s. pntKutmg AUarnrg -Henry srwwn. Castitu"-- Joseph Seltsman, Jo Btsnop aad Juim txil'UU. rif--nrKOu-ert'r-Ja5"' fuoMJ-on ' n.l J It. Uushornr. and uoriiaa Mart. -. TOWNSHIP OFFICER! !ES. 7 riute&a -W in. Martin, John Juo Cnaruberlln. us and CJer-H.H. Meixler. . .Malice.-.). IS. Bewrlsley and O. A. Bal ard. VtmUablc -J.iel Markle and 1. M. ByaU BOROUGH OFFI...

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. — 6 October 1876

Great Closin male! $20,000. New Dry Goods, bought for cash during the late decline must be closed entirely out in 90 days to engage exclusively inthe BOOT AND SHOE TKADE. Merchants and every body willflndourGoods lower than they can be bought for in Eastern Markets. HUME & HALL. National Republican Ticket. For President, "RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, Of Ohio. For Vice President, WILLIAM A. WHEELER, of New York. Presidential Electors, AARON F. PERRY, of Hamilton, E. H. BOHM, of Cuyahoga. Republican State Ticket. ' Fvr Secretary of State, MILTON BARNES, of Muskingum Co. Bor Judge of Supreme Court, W. W. BOYNTON, of Lorain County, For Member of Board of Public Works, JAMES C. EVANS, of Delaware County. Republican County Ticket. For Representative To Fill Vacancy, ALVAN ROSE. For Sheriff, DANIEL F. CLINE. For Treasurer, LEWIS DUKES, Jr. For Commissioner, JOHN W. DAVIS. ' For Infirmary Director, W. U. FOUNTAIN. For Coroner, DR. J. A. KIMMEL. CONGRESSIONAL TICKET. For Member of Congress, CHAR...

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. — 6 October 1876

A CHANGE I Ti WAY OF DOING BDSIHBSS ! flNHEHSON. WINDERS & CO.'S Aftei the 10th Day of September, NO GOODS SOLD ONLY FOR READY PAY ...JMftatattti.iUeony w.ytoilgood.,lo make from W to 15 per nt lower, have no to loo arter, ana w... lU f". . ..r.--.- be to the mu.usl advantage of all. Our stock COI BfidetU Upt Uiia vray.ui --e maiked to PLAIN EIGURE8. qjES IP Tl,u,kful for past favors, we ask a FindlaT. Ohio, Aug. 24, 1878. -a.t- IE C3 3ES continuance of your patronage. Your, it . saving to the customer. We can m ... . - wiU fac sold on a CASH BASIS, and r , ; O 31-'SrT ! - . . ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO. ft LARGE STOCK OF- CUSTOM MADE JUST RECEIVED AT SHUCK&BROWN'S - ". 8ELL1NU AT THE LOWKRT i-iaJU3. , Sow is the time to Ret the BEST KIP BOOTS At the Lowest Price Don't fail to sec Dur Goods before you buy. -ty- fso.67 West Side M-ln Street. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY. O., Sept. 28, 1876. Butter, 15 cents.-'- Hides, green, 4i5 cents. " : Htdea, dryS cents. Calf, green, 78 ...

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. — 6 October 1876

LYME, CONN., Sept. 19, 1876. Mb. Editor: A week or twosincc I lefi your jlea.ttant letde town to pay a visit tt frierols in that old fashioned State of New Ipi&land Connecticut which, with its tuliriand dales, beautiful inland lakes. and intense ly rural scenery, makes a pleasant resort for those who wish to lose themselves in some sequestered spot, seemingly, far from the busy marts of tlie world. . The litUo old town of Ljuie.is situated on the sound, and at the mouth of the Connecticut liver. While standing on the platform of the depot, one is apt to ask bimseii tne question, - nere s me town." The jehu of the "bus," which stands carefully cut of sight around one corner of the depot, now relieves your anxiety by informing you that it is just over the hill, your inquiring eyes are gratified by a glimpse of the housetops, just a few, and a church spire- all visible through the interstices of the tree tops We soon came to the principal thorough are of the place, which is about o...

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. — 13 October 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BAXSLEY; iBsiiedEvery Friday Morning. Terms of Subscription: One Year..' f ' Six Months 1 J Three Months City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mail, at the Arrival Po,t.0rr.ca. .; Osrs Bras C. ra A L ML ooina Baulk, 11 :1 a. Carry Rrarvk C.M. and liaturday, t 1 p. tn. . COUNTY OFFICERS. Comma Pita Judge -June Pillars. aaditor-Ueorge S. Mostier. SSr U-t W. treble. Treasurer- Peter Hosier. Jteeorder-Paul Kemerer. Probate Judge Samuel B. HoflUJAU. prosecuting Attorney- Henry Brown. Coroner-L. K.t;iica. rv,-,,,.m-r- jomli galtcinao, John 1. BlHliop and John bdginglott. Waton, and J . K. Kosl.ong. and Oorllss Marts, TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. IwM-Vm. Mirun, John Larklus and Clerk-H. U. MetxAer. 7rranrer-l!agb NeweO. Justices-!). H. Beardsley and O. A. Ballard. Constables - Jial Markle and J. M. byal. BOROUGH OFFICERS. Mayor Jaoob Carr. Clerk Johu A. Meek. Treasurer M. D. riours. MonktJ-Jtmn Wliwin. ;' Solicitor JxmesA.Bopx. , ..fc Otnmetf K. Palmer, P.t'arlin...

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. — 13 October 1876

(Jreat Closins Out Sale! $20,000. New Dry Goods, bought for cash during: the late decline must be closed entirely out in 90 days to engage exclusively in the BOOT AND SHOE TKADE. Merchants and every body willflndourGoods lower than they can be bought for in Eastern Markets. HUME & HALL. Will.'' National Republican Ticket. For President, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, Of Ohio. For Vice President, WTLLIAM A. WHEELER, of New York. Presidential Electors, AARON F. PERRY, of Hamilton, E. H. BOHM, of Cuyahoga: $ndh$ tffttsoimn. FlndlAy,Oblo,Octber 13. 1876. A. II. B ALSLEY, Editor and Proprietor. Twekd who captured millions of the public monies of New York city, was a bosom friend of Tilden, and is a sub jectfor "Reform. The Hamburg murderers, the white liners ambush, the Ku KIux who rob and murder in disguise, are all iu far or of Tilden and "Reform. Boss Kellet, Tammany Sachem, and leader in election frauds, is a chief among reformers, and is a Tilden bow er. "Reform is neccessary. Dorsheimkr,...

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. — 13 October 1876

1 Mil II ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO.'S Aftei the 10th Day of September, NO GOODS SOLD ONLY FOR We feel in making this change that it is the only way to sell goods so as to make it s saving to the customer. We can ell goods from 10 to 15 per cent lower, Lave no id debts to look after, and will be able in this way to treat all alike. We feel H,t ,.t iu. .v nf trading will be to the mutual advantage of all. Our stock will U sold on a CASH BASIS, and matted in PLA.IX EIGURES, Thinkful for past favors, we ask a nndiar. Ohio, Aug. 24, 1876. IE WAT -AJV- continuance of your patronage. Tours, ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO. OOINB BUSINESS ! READY PAY A LARGE STOCK -OF CUSTOM MADE nil Mil JUST RECEIVED AT SHUCK &BR0WN'S SELLING AT TI1E LOWEST PRICES. . Now is the time to get the BEST KIP BOOTS At the Lowest Price. Don't fail to see dut v Goods before you buy. SHUCK fc ISKOWX. No. 07 WW Side Ms in Street. -iy. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O., Oct. 12, 1876. Eggs, 10 cents. Butter, 18 cents....

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. — 13 October 1876

FASHIONS NOTES. Plash I used for trimming bats. Street dresses are to be worn quite short. Frioret are very fashionable this season. Velvet Is In great demand for dress trimmings. New muffs for this winter are made of feathers. Few felt bats are to be worn. Velv et or silk are preferred. LoDg cloaks or dolmans are the fav orite wraps this season. Turbans made entirely of feathers are very fashionable. Cooch shell jewelry is exceedingly pretty and fashionable. Kew lace scarfs of cardinal red color ed cashimere lace. The dress skirts are made even more scant than last season. Sandal shoes and slippers are not so much in demand this falL Red flannel balmorals, trimmed with black velvet, are in vogue. Only a little lace which must be very fine, is ned on dref s hats. The square mesh, netted silk ties are the favorites this season. BuchiDgs with colored edges are on ly to be used for morning wear. SillenL, or linden color, is one of the new shades of greenish color. All polonaises are ma...

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