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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 20 October 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN -z Issued Every Friday Morning. Trrm of Subscription: One Year. - - - -2 Six Months 1 w Thre Months 50 City and County Directory. Arrival Dpstar at the Findlay Post-Office. Core Ara. C. A U. J At.. TO. L.K.& I .UH-VoS H"uih, ll:la.m. - - AurMk.tC p. m- Chnr Aranea C. A. A C. A 6 HO p. m. L K A h. lik. noma South, HO a. sa. " - .Yur a. 4t p. Dtrttri'ti. VunHum P-jrtage.HuMifumaMd BuwUniUrten rtay-ilur.l and rt la r.l J ,i HA.ai Aft HUnsha'd.Ututklum and Kvn-m J Osrer. Wednesday and fa. urday at Ip."; . ytrU'i; on. WUItamsVomnand Uunkark JumOAi and rtalurday. at I p m. OoA- Kt7 ftuawa Kmok. Hrlmurt. and Otl- boa-1 ne-lav ud r"rKty. mt 7 a. - HidffeJUanUuand t-tmHfm-VriAKJ M and Baturday, at 1 p. in. COUNTY OFFICERS. Common Judge -Jsmea Pillars. auditor- lieorge K Moshrr. tXxrkof Cuum -Scvt W. I'reb'e. rnumr- Peter Hosier. -Heeurder Paul Kernerer. r-obaU Judge Ha-muel B. Hnflman. Sheriff Haiouel Myres. I'rotcruting Autyrney -Henry Brown. 'lwr- l. K. ;iiL. Com (HMoi...

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. — 20 October 1876

Mosul Out Sale s $20,000. New Dry Goods, bought for cash during: the late decline must be closed entirely out in 90 days to engage exclusivelyinthe BOOT AND SHOE T HADE. Merchants and every body willfindourGoods lower than they can be bought for. in Eastern Markets. HUME & HALL. National ItepuMicanTickek For President, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, Of Ohio. For Vice President, WILIilAM A. WHEELER, of New York. Presidential Elector, AARON F. PERRY, of Hamilton, E. II. BOHM, of Cuyahoga. Flndlar,Ohlo,Octber20. 1876. A. H. BALSLEY, Editor and Proprietor. DoVTletgo! Keep firing away un til 6 o'clock on the night of November 7th. in Less than three weeks remain of the Centennial Exposition. If you are going stand not the order thereof but go at once. JtiXiS Howard has given notice that he will contest the election of Molfahon in the Fourth District, on ac count of frauds. Cox's majority in the Sixth District is 1926. The change in that District since 1874 is 3,765. That will do for a Republic...

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. — 20 October 1876

NEW STORE, A NEW STOCK, A LARGE STOCK ONE PRICE. THE ARDERSflW, WINDERS & CO THE PRICE 1ELLS, AND ' EVERYBODY TELLS THE PRICE. PIiACB TO BUY WOOLENS, THE PLACE TO BUY DRESS GOODS, THE PLACE TO BUY ALL KINDS OF GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES. JUST RECEIVED THE LARGEST FlndlsT, Ohio, Oct 20. 187. STOCK OF LADIES' CLOAKS II LARGE STOCK OF CUSTOM MADE ills ill Sill JUST RECEIVED AT SHUCK&BROWN'S SEIXIXG AT THE LOWEST Now b the time to get the BEST KIP BOOTS At the Lowest Price. Doc't fail to see 3ur Goods before you bay. BHCCK eft BROWX. tlj. No. C7 WestSide Mln Street. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O., Oct. 19, 1876. Batter, 18 cents. Hides, green. 44 5 cents. Hid- - Cal .ts. i. (Sheep Pelts, 20c(50c. Tallow 7 cent. Lard 10&11 cents. Flu seed, (1 10. Rags, H cents. Beeswax, 25 cents. Timothy Seed $1 50 per bo. Clover Seed Ucts per pound. Potatoes 40&50cts per bu. Green apples, 50 cts per bbl. Dried apples 4cts per lb. I To-day's Grain Market. FINDLAY, Ohio, Oct. 19, 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. — 20 October 1876

Miscellaneous. METROPOLITAN NEWS. From Our Special Correspondent. NEW YORK, Oct. 11. People from out of town, east, west north, or south, who go to the Cen tenni&l do cot feel as if they had really been there, no less they also get glimpae of Hew York. Onr streets avseordiogly noosaally crowed and ev ery State in the Union has its repre sentatives. They come from the large cities and towns, bat they come as well from tbe far in.erior. This i evidence by seeiDg tbe old fashioned hand-box in its calico covering, tightly grasped by an old lady, beneath who fal.e front of dark brown or purpJtou black iiair, straggles a few poetive end tot-to be put down grav hairs. She bangs tight ly on to the arm of her "old man" with whom ebe is rapidly approaching tbe golden wedding time. He has on Centennial swallow tail with braw buttons, and carries the well known ngly umbrella nnder his arm. They wander through tbe thoroughfare 'staring about them, enter tbe large dry good stores, cheapen som...

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. — 27 October 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BAXSLEYi Issued Every Friday Morning. Term of Subejcription : One Tear 00 Six Month 1 W Three ModiIis.... City and County Directory. Arrival nd Departure of Mail at the Findlay Post-Office. sirAkTOi. Care firuk Co CK..IS.ra L.&.l,Jtli.p9 fiuutk, ll:la. m. - " Aorta. 42? p. m. UUTAL. Owes Araach C.4V. fc. HIUiiM p. m. L.K J it. .VdA. ll'.li - m. " A'orih, 4.M p. m. VuBre,Ponate,tiuM0tnnd BvwlinyCrten roeiday.TburHdiiy and Hturdy.ie.iJi Ml Ultnchard.U-ucXtomnaHd kwi-g Vomer. Wedaeadav tad tturday.e,i 1 p. tn. Arlinjion. Wiltiamml.tmata Iunkirk Taesda and rtalartiay, at 1 p m. Oxt OUama. Ji.oke. Relmure, and U1- bot-1 ueiav and r rid.v. al . a. m. Bmio Kidye&ante PcMUiimrrUzTM tob"dipCfclr-Tairauay.TUurdy and Saturday, al 1 p. tn. COUNTY OFFICERS. Common Meat Judge -J amen Pillar. jl uditor Oeorge H. MoxheT. (Xerkof tru-Sco't W. Preble. Treasurer- Peter Hosier. - Aeoorder Paul Keroerer. tYobate Judge - Hamuli U. Ilunman. Sheriff Mauinel Myrea. 'rotecuUng ...

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. — 27 October 1876

Great Closing Oit Sale! $20,000. New Dry Goods, bought for cash during: the late decline must be closed entirely out in 90 days to engage exclusivelyinthe BOOT AND SHOE TFADE. Merchants and every body willfindourGoods lower than they can be bought for in Eastern Markets. HUME & HALL. National KcpublicanTickct. RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, Of Ohio. For Vice President, WILLIAM A. WHEELER, of New York. SENATORIAL ELECTORS. AARON F. PERRY, of Hamilton, EDWARD II. BOmr, of Cuyahoga: DISTRICT ELECTORS. 1st Dist. JOHN W. IIERRON. 2d do JOHN W.WARRINGTON. 3d do GEORGE W. IIULICK. 4th do JOHN C. WILLIAMSON. 5th do ISAAC N. ALEXANDER. 6th do - JAMES B. LUCRE Y. 7rndo ORANGE EDWARDS. 8th do ANSON P. HOWARD. 9th do JOHN J. IIANE. 10th do JOHN S. DAVIS. 11th do JOHN L. JONES. 12th do AGUSTUS R. KELLER 13th do EDWARD M. DOWNED 14th do ANDREW M. BURNS. 13m do COLUMBIA DOWNING. ICthuo DAVID CUNNINGHAM. 17td do JOHN H. WHITCRAFT. 18th do SAMUEL G 3 ARNARD. 19ih do BENJAMIN F. WADE. 20th do WARTHY S. STR...

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. — 27 October 1876

SPECIAL SALE OF DRESS GOODS. ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO. Will Offer on Monday Morning-, October 30th, NEW STYLE DRESS GOODS, Bought By Our Resident Buyer in New York, at Backrupt Sale, i . ; J t " ; . AT 50 CEBITS OW THE DOLLAR. Will Close Our Stock of Boots and Shoes at Less Than Cost, COMMENCING MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30th A LARGEST OF CUSTOM MADE Boots 191 .TTrftl1 RECEIVED AT SHUCK&BROWN'S SELIAXQ IT TflE LOUEST Now is ihe time to pet the BEST KIP BOOTS At the Lowest Price. Don't fail to see Diir Goods before you buy. -lT. No. 07 Wnl Bids Mln Street. OGK JUlJ Local Produce Market. FINDLAY, O., Oct. 26, 1876. Egjrg, 18 cents. Butter, IS cents. Hides, green, 53J cents. Hides, dry, 8 cents. Calf, green,- 8$ centF. Calf, cry, 910 cents. Sheep Pelts, 20c&00c. Tallow 7 cents. Lard 10&1 1 cents! Flax seed, $1 10. Rags, 1 cents, beeswax, Vi cents. Timothy Seed $1 50 per bu. Clover Seed llcis per pound. Potatoes 40.)0cts per bu. Green CO ' -tx bbl. Dried . lb. FINDLAY, O., 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. — 27 October 1876

Wit and Humor. At ibe Paris Opera a lady with a low necked dress would now be an object of ridicule. How the tartes of the French bare deteriorated. But as the old proverb remarks there if lo ac counting for these things. A FARMER Dear Akron, who disliked to liva in vain, mortgaged hia farm last year, bought a baloon, and in due time beard something collapse at the height of a mile. Luckily the baloon formed a parachute, and be landed in a plowed field, badly bumped, bat not pulverized." Properly enough, be add ed Professor to bis name, and now be has a second mortgage on his farm and a new baloon. You -can't keep a in&a like that down. Os a floor in a Danbury home lies a little pile of sewing. Five months ago the bead of the house wanted a chair, and seeing but one bandy, he damped to the floor the sewing which lay on it. Hia wife asked him to pick it up. He said he wouldn't do it She told him that as be threw it there, it could remain until he got ready to take it up And there...

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 November 1876

TFl. Z - IONIAN A. H. BAXSIXY. Issued Every Friday Morning. Terms of Subscription : One Year 2 00 Six Month 1 t0 Three Months City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mail at tr Findiay Post-orrice. COrry Branch C. C. HK-.tM a. ra " ., HH.90W9 South. tl:la. - Aorta. fcZJ p. o. . Carey raivk C.A. C. tilt-. SHU p. m. i. L. Kk going ftoulh. ti-.Ua in. tfor.k. 4 ! m. Bnrrn. fTjrtave.lt tut frrptnnd RuvMiUriem raesday.rbursday mod t.turday.-. a iff Sia-teAa-d,tf -.- and Ewmg t Corner. Wednesday aud Saturday, ai l p. . Arfc-tf'o... WlOiOMMtovn and Ounkirk Toe-day and Halurday, at 1 p m. . Oak lUdge.OUawa, Ktrxnoke. Helmore.ana UU- oa-Tueada and Friday, ml . feitlo RxdvtILnUty and fenMeU,n-YxamJ Jftc'oilWVrQ-ier-Tarly.Ttiariy and Saturday. M 1 P-in. COUNTY OFFICERS. OswmoK lou- Judge -Junitt Plllara. Auaitor-ia0'H H. w,ostaer. CUrxof Lowu -c t W. Preble. Treasurer feter lijaler. Hecotder Paul Kemcrer. t-nbile Judge Hainuel B. HuOtnan. Aaert-Mauuel Myrca. - f - p.-ommiUny AUomey-...

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 November 1876

Sale! Great Closing Ont $20,000. New Dry Goods, bought for cash during: the late decline must be closed entirely out in 90 days to engage exclusivelyinthe BOOT AND SHOE TKADE. Merchants and every body will findour Goods lower than they can be bought for in Eastern Martets. HUME & HALL. National RepuMicanTickct For President, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, Of Ohio. For Vice President, WILLIAM A. WHEELER, of New York. SENATORIAL ELECTORS. AARON F. PERRY, of Hamilton, EDWARD H.BOHM, of Cuyahoga: DISTRICT ELECTORS. 1st Dist. JOHN W. HERRON. 2d do JOHN W. WARRINGTON. 3d do GEORGE W. HULICK. 4th Jo JOHN C. WILLIAMSON. 5th do ISAAC N. ALEXANDER. Cth do JAMES B. LUCKEY. 7th do ORANGE EDWARDS. 8th do ANSON P. HOWARD. 9th do JOHN J. HANE. 10th do JOHN S. DAVIS. llTHdo JOHN L. JONES. 12th do AGUSTUS R. SELLER 13th do EDWARD M. DOWNER. Uiado ANDREW M. BURNS. 13th do COLUMBIA DOWNING. 16th do DAVID CUNNINGHAM. 17th do JOHN H. WHITCRAFT. 18th do SAMUEL G.BARNARD. lPindo BENJAMIN F. WADE. 20th do WORTHY...

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 November 1876

SPECIAL SALE OF DRESS GOODS ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO. Will ; Offer on Monday Morning, October 30th, NEW STYLE DRESS GOODS, Bought. By; Our Resident Buyer in New York, at Bankrupt Sale, AT, 50 Wiil Close Our Stock of Boots and Shoes COMMENCING CEBITS OIVT THE MONDAY MORNING, DOLLAR. at Less Than Cost, OCTOBER 30th. New Goods SHUCK & BROWN Are Receiving a Pplendtd Stock of the Bert Quality Of RUBBER GOODS! IX TOE MARKET. Mens' Rubber Boots (Warranted Pure Gum,) Boys' Rubber Boots, Youths' Rubber Boots, Ladies' Rubber Boots, - Also, a Full Assortment of Over Shoes of All Kinds. The Best Assortment of BOOTS t SHOES IN TOWS AT Shuck & Brown's. Local Produce Market. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY. O., Nov. 2, 1876 Eggs, 18 cents. Butter, 14al8 cenU. Hides, green, 55J cents. Hides, dry, 8 cents. Calf, green, &i centf. Calf, ory, 910 cents. Sheep PelU, 20c'10c. Tallow 7 cents. Lard 10O11 cents. Flax seed, 1 10. Rags, li cents. , . . . Boesv ari of i Timo per bu. f:iov .... poun...

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 November 1876

EARLY DECAY OF APPLES—HOW TO REMEDY. It ia a common cause of complaint Lere at the "West, that ourapplrs decay much sooner than the same varieties brought from tLe East, or even from Michigan. TLis has served to dimin ish the market value of our fruii. for those who wiah to lay in stock for winter use, pas by our own product and buy eastern apples at higr.er rates. It is true that we have varielies of ap ples that are late keepers; and iu oc caaional seasons many kinds keep up to, and even beyond the average time of the seasons eat ; but in the main our fruit can justly be said to be wanting in keeping qualities; and it is an im portant consideration with fruit grow ers of the west, to kuow in what way this defect can be remedied. Various causes are cw-igned by our: horticulturists for the evil. Soniej claim ihat the cause ie in (he character i of our sod ; o hers that the t rouble lies in the lack of hardioei-s of our Irees, want of acclimation ; and others still hold that the pecu...

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 November 1876

JE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BALSLEY: lEsuedEvery Friday Morning. Tanna of Sobaoxiption : Om Year Six Months... Three Months $3 00 1 00 50 City and County Directory. Arrtv4nd Otmnur of Mali at the r MritTV. Parse grw-k Cm C K,HS.. i X. a i stoma, u:i - - UKAU, Cstrs Srwnefc & A, C. S p. UK U. ILk. going . ra- - Aor.A. 4J p m. rss.ilsr.rrmr, t-i mud JlurdAy.l sa.as. Wednesday and Saturday. 1 P "II; ... ArHrM. WiUiamstownand Dunttrk TmkUJ ltd rtetarday, at I p to. Oat ttidge Otusmai Roanobs. Ketmore. una w- eee-Tuesdav end KridT. l ' -. fenAM HidgeJXanUg mnd PindUton-rrMnjM and Batortfay, at I p. m. COUNTY OFFICERS. Cbnaia Pleas Judge -Jamee Pillars. Auditor Uetuse H. Jlonber. CLcrkof Count -Hc.'t W. Preble. Treasurer- Peter Hosier. Kccurdm Paul Keiuerer. Marabou fudge Hainael B. Hoffman. Sheriff Hamotl Myrea. ProomUing Attorney -Henry Brown. ltraer- l. F. Clio. OmimuiuiHri- Joseph ftaltzmso, John U. Bisoop and John btigmglou. Infirmary Chrcctors Jacob Thompson. B.M. WtMD, ami J. R- Busb...

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 November 1876

Qrea tCl osiiis Ont Sale $20,000. New Dry Goods, bought for cash during the late decline must he closed entirely out in 90 days to engage exclusively inthe BOOT AND SHOE Ti'ADE. Merchants and every body will find our Goods lower than they can be bought for in Eastern Markets. - HUME & HALL. .gindlag gefferstmixu. FIndlaXt Ohio Wot. lO. 1870. A. H. B1LSLET, Editor and Proprietor. OUR 1 jl 4 NOT LARGE RUT SPONKY OUR CROW, Hurrah for Hayes! Cheer, Brothers, Cheer!! We have met the Enemy, and after a Period of doubt have routed them Horse, Foot and Dragoons. ENOUGH GLORY FOR ONE DAY! Thk public debt wm reduced $3, 388,139 daring the month of October. Thia is "living within one's Income" to a. very good purpose. Te 4 'Boas Tweed" of Sandusky city is about to return to that place to lead the bon ton. He would doubtless be willing to sacrifice himself for the good of the Democracy at the next Congress ional election. Now that the election is over, will the Courier publish the official ...

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 November 1876

SPECIAL SALE OF DRESS GOODS. ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO. Will. Offer on.., Monday , Morning, October ' ' ''''' i . . . . NEW STYLE DRESS GOODS, . . Boueht Bv Our Resident Buyer in New York, at Bankrupt Sale, AT SO Will Close Our Stock of Boots and Shoes ' ' COMMENCING CUNTS OKT THE MONDAY MORNING, 30th, DOLLAR. at Less Than Cost, OCTOBER 30th. New Goods! SHUCK & BROWN Are Recetvlng a Rplendld Block of the Best Quatll) of RUBBER GOODS! IN THE MARKET. Mens' Rubber Boots (Warranted Pure Gum,) Boys' Rubber Boots, - Youths' Rubber Boots, Ladies' Rnbber Boots, ' : Also, a Full Assortment of . Over . All Kinds. Xtie Urn aMwiment of BOOTS SHOES IN TOWN AT " Shuck & Brown's. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY. O., Nov. 2, 1876 18 cents. Butter, 1Giu)18 cents. Hides, green, 55J cents. llidea, dry, 8 centa. ' Calf, green, 8J cents. Calf, utj, 910 centa. ' Sheep Pelts, 20c00c. Tallow 7 cent. Lard 1011 cents. Flax seed, f 1 10. Rags, H cents. Beeswax, 2d cents. Timothy Seed $1 50 per bu. - Cl...

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 November 1876

Home. Farmand Garden. THE WOOL TRADE. The rerival of the wool trade implies a waking op among the woolen mills. Improvements in one twancb of trade invariably brings Improvements in an other. The wool basinets has for soma time been laboring under severe de pression, bat now it has caaght the feeling that is to be noticed in other branches of business, and the wool dealers manifest all the symptoms of a return of confidence. Id May, a great many woolen mills bad stopped alto gether. In Jane the wool cup was thrown noon the market, and it was taken up by the dealers at a low figure. Then tte woolen mills everywhere be A tMannfarnMM fAnnrl , ' ... . orders coming in as u caVU to. Tnoee woo naa Dougut iow uegui to realize their advantage. Their prof it was eight and ten eents per pound. Whether prioes for wool are to advance any higher depends on the coming de- mand for woolen fabrics. Bat it is positively asserted that wool will rise in value as long as the demand at the mill continue...

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 November 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BAXSLL k" IssuodEveiy Friday Moniinft ...2 00 ... 1 00 One Year. - Six J4mths... Three Month..: 50 City and County Directory. FiMUT 'www FAwrcaa. a... . o Bra- C ft C. ., Cbry e C.U V.' Wednesday and nxday - at 'P. tL-,,,. Arttatf o. rOiiaflUtoi ana xw and atardy, et I P-- m.,nrf and JO Oak Xuiae. OU.J-:'-Huior JiuiMUv and Pendleton-rnumj ml lis4arday. e I p. m. . '.COUNTY OFFICERS. Ojaimea flag Vmdfft-Jmram Pillars. .Audiia-wCMors Mosher. Cecwxi -e-(t W. Preble, Treasurer Peter Hosier. ... - JtMtrr-fi ii Kenrr. rrjboiJwigo U. IIuJiMli. Hheriff Samuel II yrea, -proncuUng Attorney - Henry Browa- l)TtW-U.CIlM. - - CMnnawiun- Joseph Saltiman, John D. Bishop and John iidiC.ington. Infirmary Director S acoo Tiiompsoa. B.M. Watson, and J. R. Hushong. ' Infirmary AperttUer.dentH. M . Lee. Acaaotfcamoian-J A-PlUtturd. J. R- Kagy and Dorliaa Msfllx. TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. TruMtra'Vim. Martin, in Larklns and JobCbataherYtn. . Oer-H.H. Me'.ie. - -Ireotiarer Hugh NewelL ' ., ...

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 November 1876

Great Closing Out Sale! $20,000. New DryJ Goods, bought for cash during the late decline rmifjt.hprlnRAd fvntirfllv OUb in WU aayS IO engage "ROOT CAIIUOIVCIJ AAA tAA( J- W w -a. AND SHOE TIRADE Merchants and every body willfindourGoods lower than they can be bought for in Eastern Markets. "!HUME & HALL. 4$ind1ag Jtffersouintt. Find lay, Ohio, Xor. 17. 1576 A. II. BALSLEY, Editor and Proprietor. Scott Lord forced the Democrats to protest against the Southern out rages, and opposed the repeal of the resumption Act. He was retired by his party. The Republicans have certainly gained C9 Congressmen, and may pos sibly have still further gains. The next Honse will not be far from a tie either way. The St Louis Globe-Democrat says: "It looks like . the old story the school-house States against the shot gun States. The school-houses will win in the end The Democrats of Ohio and New York who rush to Louisiana to inter fere with the action of the State offi cials there, have probably forg...

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 November 1876

SPECIAL SALE OF DRESS GOODS. ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO. Will Offer on Monday, Morning, October 30th, . , r " ' "'."' NEW STYLE" DRESS GOODS, Bought By -Our ' Resident Buyer in New York, at Backrupt Sale, AT 50 CEHTS ON THE DOLLAR. Will Cose Our Stock of Soots and Shoes at Less Than Cost, COMMENCING MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30th. New Goods! SHUCK & BROWN Are Receiving a Splendid Block of the Best . . iualll of RUBBER GOODS! IN THE MARKET. I Mono' D..kkA Daatc ibiiti rMMWWl a-ywis (Warranted Pure Gum,) Boys' Rubber Boots, Youths' Rubber Boots . Ladies' Rubber Boots, Also, a Full Assortment Over Shoes of All Kinds. The Best Assortment of BOOTS & SHOES IN TOWN AT Shuck & Brown's. Local Produce Market. FINDLAY. O., Nov. 2, 1876 Eggs, 18&20 cents. Butter, 18a20 cents. Hides, ereen, 5Q cents. Hides, dry, 8 cents. Calf, green, 81 cents. Calf, cry, 910 cents. Sheep Pelts, 20c00c. Tallow 7 cent. . -Lard 1011 cents. Flax seed, fl 10. Rags, cents. Beeswax, 25 cents. Timothy Seed...

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 November 1876

Home, Farm and Garden Dil .;Zbllh, of Germany,,, finds caustic ammonia, internally supplied, to be a rare rare for rheumatism. EvzRTIOX TAFKY. This is a favor ite English confection. To make it take Uiree pound of best brpwn sugar, and boil with one and one-half pints of water nntil the candy hardens in cold water. Then add one-half poond of sweet-flavored fresh butter, which will soften the candy. Boll a iew minute until it again hardens, and poor Into trays. -Then flavor with lemon if desired. But be careful not to bora after the batter is in. SAVE YOUR ASHES. D. U. Kern says : "Not long eince I visited a- neighboring frnn, and was quite: surprised at its management. In one field where potatoes had been cul tivated, the potatoe tops, rag weeds, etc., were palled op and piled on the stone wall. The brouh and . weeds which grew along the fence-row were then cleared away and placed on the wall and then burned, of coarse, leav ing a large amount of ashes on the walL If the owner of th...

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