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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 2 October 1868

1 For the Jeffersonian. THE WAR AND ITS RESULT. ,r,leniooU sjifl tea""6 who caused war. We answer, -the rebels by passing ordinances of secession in eight States,1 by firing into the of the - West, January 9th,'. 1861, by taking United States ships, forts stores, by passing acts, and taking oaths dissolving .allegiance to the H$iteH Stales, Hy forming a confed eration of States within the United States jurisdiction and swearing al legiance to it, and finally by the at tack upon and paptnre of Fort Sump ter. '" Except the capture ofSumpter, all this was done before Lincoln's in " auguration, and all was done before the government resorted to hostili ties. It is true that to a nation too cowardly to claim their constitu tional rights, and. ready to enngej to everv foe, none of these would be a cause of war. . If Democracy make for themselves this plea, we have no answer. To friends of the rebels, those who' wished success to the Confederate cause, or like Seymour, thought their Consti...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 9 October 1868

v.- ! .J. J " I 11-11 -11 t-'.a - :- iT : W . ru v - . DMA 4 1 . . 3D J A VI Pi H a IT IT liFPEES - A 'fl.V : m - Ha eK M - J & E G. DxWOLFE & CO, Proprietots. ; ; ' . '" ' Let us have Faith that Right makes Might and in that Faith let us to' the end dare to do our Duty as we understand it Abraham Lkcolh. . TERMS Two Dollars Per Annum. VoESWSSXI T: ' HOLB N UMBER 801; UXJ m- jb er . - 1 DI1.LERY fc LVDWIti ARCADIA. OHIO, At readr to tU all order fur Kind ol Buildings Lumber, Detlrered. at the denot at Piadlar. or tm hoard i can at Arcadia, at reasonable Millinery! iilSS 'JUIJA A.TARKER DESIRES to sail attention to her atoek of N1LL1VKBY GOODS. BATS. BOTS aad TaiMMIaUS, juat reoalvod by h-wt VJ w.al. J. wtiiiif im.-i tore. uriziMvi7 FlArjirJQ ILL. J. & A. PARKER Keep oa hand at all Uvea larf quantities of nam 3BI r, vca u D0t)ES, SASH, vi u !:- ; -"--MOULDING, ' ' PICKETS, OAK, SrCAMORE AND w-4 V COTTON WOOD DRESSED' SltJl KG AND' Finishing Lumber, LATH AND, SHINGLES, ' W...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 9 October 1868

Published. Evyry Friday. OFFIOK j i E. G. DE WOLfE, Editor. TERMS-$2 00 Per Annum in Advance. FRIDAY." :' s .OCTOBER 9."SC. National Union Republican Ticket. -FOR PRESIDENT,. ,OEX. U1TSSES S. GRAXT, ! OF ILUX0I3.' ,; "5"V'?"'" -.v, 8CUIJY JJER CXrJLJFAX, i -J ot:DCi)Hii.':v' -si ; . L w For Presidential Electors. DAFID TOD, : J Electors.? SAJI'IrGLALLOji AlVf u at Large .4;;;nir.j-DATID THOMPSON. For Presidential Electors. State and County Ticket. ' :i1 FOft.f ECTIETA K Y OF StTK,"J 'J ' 4 FOR fx S HUME JCIXIE-I . William WLiie.-.;) : .i ' " FOB SCflOdL 0UTISSISEir,',-,:-, - I O.: - :." . i Vl i : ! BOB XeHBER pOAEJt riTO; WOEKS, . ., : Jamea Moore.: -'v. s.V " 'TOE CLERK OF SrPRKVIK COURT,'"' -; Kodncy Foos. '' . ! ' i'" FOR MEVBKE CONGRESS 5th DISTRICT, Thomas IS. GriselL ,slK ' ' poH 8HERITF, ' ' ' Christian if. Bush:'"- - -'' ( l. FOB ACDITR, - . . Neri Ebcrsole.. , ;t-.:? : POK TTREASURKB,1'' " '" Enoch R)ss. ; ' fobbkcori.ee, , ,u Joseph us C. Yan Euian. FOB OOM1S8I6NKHJ,, i' ...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 9 October 1868

awClrcalatioa doable that of any oth er payer la Haaeaek County. si f LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. CAMPAIGN OF 1868. CAMPAIGN OF 1868. Meetings in County. We are requested by the Union Republican Committee to announce the. following meetings. Let tlie Kepub licana of each locality take' measures to secure a good attendance : PICKENS'S SCHOOL HOUSE, Pleasant tp., Saturday evening, Oct 10th. WILLIAMSTOWN, Monday even ing, Oct. 12th. Mi. BLANCHARD, Monday even- . . . ing, uct. ixu. The Committee will see Jtafcvgood speakers are provided. v tif t Wood. 'k of wood will be taken on subscription at this office if delivered soon. Wood. County Fair. at1 of the bVrfr 0001117 M11 ft 3jtj Thursday, j7Kdayt and Saturday, 15th, 16th, and 17th inst. 4- The Returns. tI)SrikoiLitaat r&rZ ara brontrht in on' the nteht of the election? Eepublican Headted quarters at squirt ...rf..tbn;n to Bftrlliv'a i . . .-lAr mi , .51 ! Lost. Between East Sandusky street District No. 9 School-house, a gold crpwjt4ie...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 9 October 1868

Democratic Candidate for Vice President. HIS REVOLUTIONARY PLATFORM Frank Blair's Letter in Full. WASHINGTON, June 30, '68. tpotgnd Jmnes O. Jiroadhtad: Dear Colojjkl In reply to your inquiries, 1 beg leave to say that 1 leave to you to determine, on consul tation with niyfricntU from Missouii whether my name ahall be ttresenle. to. the Democratic Convention, anc to submit the following a whttt 1 consider the real and only issue k this- contest : The reconstruction policj' oftht Radicals will be couij.kte before tht next elctition; the Stales so long ex eluded will have been admitted, ne gro suffrage established, - and th carpet-baggers installed in their seats la both branches of Congress. There is ao possibility of changing the po ljtical character of the Senate," even if the Democrats should elect their President and a majority of the popu lax branch- of Congress. We can not,' therefore, undo the Radical plan of reconstruction by Congressional action ; the Senate will continue ab...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 16 October 1868

E. G. DiWOLFE & Ca, Proprietor. 1 ... . . . Let us have Faith that Right makes Might, and id that Faith let us to the cd flare to do bur Ditty as 'we understand it-AuiuiuM . Lincoln. . JillHE HANCOCK : J -Mmoms. - - : . i -v 't I! :t . , : L : VOL. XV NO. XXII. PIXDIAX; OHIO, FJMDAY.t-MOltNIXG, .0CT0BK1M61S( j Whole number so. k:i Millinery j ; HISS JULIA A. PARKER nJ?B to call attention to bar stock of jLS-aiUL.rar.lir UOODS, OATH, BOlS ssss I TUMMiaua, )ast rseolvsd by b t W. . J. i. I" '-.' mm. aprl iw4f i a ILL ; Ji:& Al PARKER Keep aw band at all times large quMtltiea ol DOORS. . i. sash, - -f MOULDING, .. . OAK, "!- v -ASH,;-; . AND COTTONWOOD PRESSED SIDING V-AND ' !iyinisliing 3L.-amber, LATH AND SHINGLES, '' ' Wbleh Uay.ofer raaaonably. 'Buckley's Patent Lumber KIL 1ST, . in eaa aw, ia aaea nj aa, ana wlln it wa aaat aaaaoa, parleetiy, u.ooo lent per weak.. Uiaaa Laaberaemauoed and worked on reaa aabla la rata.) CoiUn 'Flaming Done Promptly I aaedinf anytMnc In our ...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 16 October 1868

Published Every Friday. OFFICE: SasLxr SL First Dow Eist of Post Office. E. G. DE WOLFE, Editor. TERMS-12 00 Per Annum in Advance. FINDLA.Y, O. CTU0AY. t OCTOBER 16. 16 National Union Republican Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, GO. DLYKSE-S S. OltlXT, Or ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDE VT. Sl'UlYLEK COLFAX, OF IKDIAHA. For Preaidealisd Elector. DAVID TOD, ) Elector SAM'L GALLOWAY. J at Large. 5lh Diet DAVID THOMPSON. THE VOTE OF HANCOCK COUNTY. At the. hour of going to press, the Vote for this county Las not been counted out. Wc give the msjoritie for Secretary of State, as compared with those of Governor, for last yean in the different townships: IEM. MAJ. 108 57 EEI MAJ. I'KU. oaijj. KKP. GAIX. 7 11 14 Amanda, Allen, Biglick, lllanchard, Cass, Delaware, Eagle, ' ' Findlay, Jackson, Liberty, Marion, Madison, Orange, lleasaut, Portage, Union, Van Huron, AYashington i 54 5 51 105 18 15 10 5 91 4 1 15 71 79 19 35 40 4 28 25 3 CO 00 49 C37 240 149 24 10 8 98 It will Imj 84-t n by the above, that w hi...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 16 October 1868

,Jnsntic STEAM Book and Job Printing. , EVERY, DESCRIPTION PLAIN AHD MCY TEMKG c-ca as - Pantalets, Cfre.lara, Posters, Cards, Billhead, .. Etc. Efc. :. ww Hfcutmt ar m AT ItiUlSlUI ftlTKK. . f AW-Circalatlaa double that of aay alii r nnmer la Hancaet Coaaty. FRIDAY, : : OCTOBER 16. 1868. LOCAL To our Former Patrons. We wish oar old patrons who owe ns on subscription to the Hancock JcrrnuoHiAM to bear in mind that we have sold the office, and desire to eoept j that s doe us..: We receive all does on subscription to September 4th. 1868. inclusive. Will not our friends-bear in' mind this request, end par promptly ? - Please let us . set 70a personally, or bear from you byletter, stirsjs retneaaberiBg. the 'gTeetjbatka. ' "'J With many thanks lor kindly pat nag, and requesting that it may be continued to our successors, we remain, Truly yours, To our Former Patrons. LOCKES & BLYMYER. Wood. A few cerds of wood will be taken on subscription at this office if delivered 2IU. ':! 1 i Mi...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 16 October 1868

Agricultural. HUSKING. The yellow suns of Aetumo fall Across tbe orchard ecd the wood : The still air echoes every every call, Tbe vtne ,iem paiBted on tbe wall, And all the maples drip with blood. " f ' The neighbors eome from far and near, -Aatd gather on the broad barn floor, To celebrate the ripened ye tr. And atrip tbe buRk from off the ear. That turn to cold tbe tanner store. Thf ia tbe mrry Husking Time, For old and young to laugh together : And roices all teem bow to chine, - At it tbe J had been set to rhyme, Ob purpose fur ttiia autumn weather. Tbe old folks smile and work and smile To leel tut ir biouJ so newly stirred ; Tbe younger feed Ue yellow pile, Buntinz th red ears aH tbe while. And blush and kiss without a word. Children and 50 in acd out. Khannx tbe mirth tbl over rune : Andbeii the .rt with many a about, That send it- echoes it without, As twer a camp ot litUe tinns. The golden ct rn that makee this play A bullion bar is every ear Twaa dropped as s-ed in -arly ...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 23 October 1868

Let us have Faith that Eight makes Might, and in that Faith let us to the end dare to da our Duty as wo understand it. Abraham Lincoln. TEEMS Two Dollars Per Annum. E G. DeWOLFE & CO., Proprietors. Hancock Xi JlIJjj VOL. XV.-NO. XXIII. PINDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNIN(J, OCTOIiKR 23JS(S. WHOLE NUMBER S03. Millinery! MISS JULIA A. PARKER T BRIBER to oall attention to her stock ot U MIlJ.lN'KnV GOOD8. IUT8, BO"T8 Mtfl ruiMMiSitiS, just reoel-ed by lw at W. II J. J. Whaaiar Oa.'e faw-a. aprlliw.47 PLANING MILL. J. & A. PARKER Keep on band at all times large quautillaa of DOORS, sash, moulding, . PICKETS, OAK, ASH, V SYCAMORE V -AND TXONWOOD DRESSED SIDING AND ' Finishing Lumber, LATH AND SHINGLES, Wklob they offer reasonably. Buckley's Patent Lumber K 1 1 1ST , The feast made, Is used by us, and with it we ean aeaaon, perfectly, 25,000 feet por week. Ureas Lumber seasoned and worked on reaa nabla term.) Custom Planing Done Promptly. Person t needing anything in our line, are !nited...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 23 October 1868

fthc gatuocfe f f (Ionian lMlliHliel Every ITritlrtj', OFFICE: SiiiMj St, First Dcor East of Post Office, E. G. DE WOLFE, Editor. TERMS-12 00 Per Annum in Advance. FINDLAY, ml DAY. : OCTOBER 23. 1S6 National Union Republican Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, GEJT. ULYSSES S. CJItAXT, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, &ciirr.i:it colfai, OF INDIANA. Electors at Large. DAVID TOD, SAMUEL GALLOWAY. District Electors. 1st Diet John G. Olden. 2 Stanley Matthews. 3 " Andrew G. McBurney. 4 " Jonolhan Cranor. 5 " David Thomson. 6 David II. Baily. - 7 " Charles C. Walcutt 8 " Lyman B. Matson. 9 - Luther A. HalL 10 Hiram Frease. 11 " John J. Harper. 12 " Philip M. Wagenhala, 13 " William D. Hamilton. 14 " Seth M. Barber. 15 " Levi Barber. 16 44 Isaac Welsh. 17 " Ed. F. Schneider. 18 4t Stephen II. Pitkin. 19 44 Frederick Kinsman. GROSS NATURALIZATION FRAUDS. There Las been considerable excite ment, for a few days past, over the re- - ported frauds in the Ninth District ; and rumor had it, that Hon. K....

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 23 October 1868

S T E A 31 Book and Job Printing. EVERY DESCRIPTION or -,- PLAIN AND FAICT. PMFTIS ei cn AS -Books, ' Pamphlets Circulars, Posters, r.r Cards, n.i) heads. Programmes, Wanks, Etc.. Etc KEATLT IXF.CCTEn AT TDK JeffersQrtkn Sab Office . AT EEAROHAELE SATIS. Special Notices. GOOD NEWS. ELECTRIC OIL FREY U. ETTINGER, Eole -A tents for Dr. Smith's Celebrated Electric Oil.'' The best dealers eel! Dr. Pmitu' "Electric Oil" becarse il cures. Teople who bare aj wiri aHUi blistering, beating axd irritating alcoholic stuff, cad have no Ida of the sooth. Ing effects of tbat wonderful and popular ear. ative Dr. Smith's Electric Oil. Doctors who nave tried it say it is a valuable remedy and orfly cure for deafness. It cures Sict Bead' ache every time, it U instantly quieting on a fresh cut or abrasion ot the sUi. Try IC It Is the cheapest remedy known- aoel9.6m CIiIIIh and Fever,-Djupopttlst, Liver Complaint, aud liid- ney ligeaues Cared. - - EfSnLER'S HEUB BftTFB. Gas cuiecLjmersdietasea ,wfcere ...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 23 October 1868

POLITICAL. POLITICAL. A Botherashun Concarnin the Nayger. POLITICAL. A Botherashun Concarnin the Nayger. BY DINNIS O' FLAHKETY. A question I'd ax, mlsthurSaymour, Ot a mailer thafs bothered me quite; It dlsthres:d my mind in the mornn And throuhles me dhramin at night. My C3orse I'd be ehapln' accordm' To the ptnuine Bimmykrut plan. But it bothered I am aid Ike question la tbe naygur a baste or a man ? Bhure Isn't Dim my knit docthrine Tbe nargur's a two tutted baste. Wid wool like a shape, and patrfume Disgooshting to paypul of tayste, A Up like a shllce or ethale liver, An' a fut that's built on a plan That would shute an Africans monkey. But divil a bit bt a man ? An' hasn It bin demnnsthraytld He can never have brains in his skull, For inabted or hair on the outside Thj nayitur has nothing but wool. An' as dirty an' black are his leatures As tbe sootyist kittle or pan ; Bo a baste uv some sort is a naygur, Ab niver was meant for a man. Bat here, be dad, is tbe puzzle That bother...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 30 October 1868

1 hmBancock Jepfers OMAN. R G. DeWOLFE & CO., Proprietors. ' " " Let ns have Faith that Right makes Might, and in that Faith let us fcf the end dare to do our Duty as we understand it Abraham Lincoln. TEfiMS Two .Dollars Per Annum. VOL. XV. NO. XXIV. 7 " rTT7T77T WHOLE NUMBER S04. Millinery! HISS JULIA A. PARKER rEftIEE8 to call attention to her stock o! -r Hii,L.uiihKr UOOP3, UATS-, BON"TS and TRIMMINGS, just received by fcwr at W. " wuir ;o. lor. arrIZn47 PLArJirJG MILL. J. & A. PARKER Keep on hand at all times Urge quantities of ; DOORS, SASH, MOULDING, tit t rryii A ItA. d A O, OAK, ASH, . SYCAMORE COTTONWOOD DRESSED SIDING AND ' Finisliing 3Liimber, LATE AND SHINGLES, Wbloh they offer reasonably. Buckley's Patent Lumber k: i l isr , The best made, is used by ns, and with it we can seaaon, perfectly, 25,000 fe6t per week. Orsea Lumber seasoned and worked on reas onable terms. Custom Planing Done Promptly. Persons needing anything in our line, are invited to call at our y...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 30 October 1868

OFFICE'. I Sandnskj SL, first Door list of Pjcst OSse.1 E. G. DE WOLFE, Editor. 1 TERM3-I2 00 Per Annum in Advance. FINDLAT, O. FRIDAY. : : OCTOBER SO. I66S National Union Republican Ticket. ; FOE PliESIDEST, . r ULYSSES S. GRANT, Of Illinoin. FOB VICE PRESIDENT, SCHUYLER COLFAX, .- ' ' Of Indiana. : Senatorial Electors at Large, DAVID TOD, SAMUEL GALLOWAY. . District Electors. 2 3 4. . 5 6 , '7 8 . 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 -J9 1st Dtat. JoJui G. OMen. Stanley Matthews. Andrew G. McBurney. Jonathan Cranor. David Tliomson. . David II. Bailej-. Charles C- Walcntt. Lyman Ii. Matson. Luther A. Hall, i Hi rain Frcase. Joint J. Harper. . lliilip 31. Wagcnlials. William D. Hamilton. ..: Seth M. Barlier. , . Levi Barlier. . Isaac Welsh. " v , Edward F. Schneider. . Stelwn H. Pitkin. . Frederick Kinsman. u It u u ' u it ' . tt u u tt tt u a' i ' tt . Be sir re vm nse Repnlliea tickets neni ont ty the Union Cenlral Committee, and no others. Reware ofl-'raml in en of Elector. NEXT TUESDAY....

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 30 October 1868

NO HUMBUG! TPiDTII WILL PREVAIL Henderson's Block THE PLACE! rain c us fcr -Cheapness1 IS TIIE PLACE TO BUY CASSI MERES, JEANS, SATINETTS, MUSLINS, TICKS, STRIPES, Henderson fc Connell. BLANKET SI BLANKETS! ma OF VARIOUS QUALITIES AND PRICES, AT Henderson's Block! Cheaper- than the' Cheapest, FOR CASH. IIEXDERSOX A COXtfEM WE STILlVlIAVE A FEW HOLE OF THOSE Cheap Boots E Shoes STILL ON HAND. Hesdebsox & Connell. UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION AT HENDERSON'S BLOCK A STOCK OF Ready-Made Clothing, 1XD MP TO BE CLOSED OCT Regardless of Cost Loofe "oat for Bargaiast ILSXDEESOX & COXXELL. THE CHEAPEST LINE OF Ladies Dress Goods, ABE TO BE FOXD AT THE PEOPLES' POPULAR CHEAP GASH STORE. Hexdessox fc Coxxeix. GRAND RUSH Henderson's Block, FOB Cheap Shawls, Cheap Saqueings, " Cheap Balmoral Skirts, . Cheap French Merinoes, Cheap Coburgs. In short, for CIIEAP GOODS eener- aliy. HEXDERSOX K UOXNELL. urCirculatioH double that of any oth er paper In Hancock Cownty. FRIDAY, : : OCTOBER 30, 1868 ...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 30 October 1868

AGRICULTURAL. When to Buy a Farm. Very few persons seem to know that the months of June and July arc the best In the year in which to look for, r .purchase' & farm. At that season ;oe' Judge, whether the land tan or does produce good crops, for if it is rich, the waving gras3 and grain will be ocular demonstration of the fact; and u there is according to the sterotyped assertion, an abun dance of choice fruit, it can be seen at that time to the best advantage The low lands will show whether they are reslly dry enough for pastures, in bummer, and the upland its canac itv for withstanding a drought. It there are any tuusquitoes about tiiey will' usually make their appearance known at this lime if ever, and by observing the children in the neigh borhood one can readily determine whether the locality is healthy or otherwise. ..... Summer is also a very good time to'riew the never failng Bpring and the trout, pond near by, ,and. draught from, the ana And a lunch from. the other are' ...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 6 November 1868

!.aa auiujli cH-W--.u iJ-4,Basgg J i- 111 I -i n -r A3 t I I " M M II J 1 - ; ; ' , & co-i Proprietors. . Let us havo Faith that Right make. Might, and in that Faith let is to the end daro to do our Duty as wo understand it Abeaiun Lxscois. TEEMS Two Dollars Per Annum. " uTj9! Xy-XXV. FINDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER G, 1868. . WHOIJS NUMBER 805. ; Millinery! iriis JULIA A, PARKER TV-l attsetioa to ber stock or i r. TVK&T QOQU8, HATS, BON -18 a T-UUflXtM, Jut raeaivaa hy at W. V. J. 4. Wm Oo.'m tor. aprUnotT PtACJIClG MILL. R rA.nPAltKEB lM lt at all One largs quantities of ' DOOES, tea stt MOULDING, .t T TICKETS, v OAK, ... . ..COTTONWOOD .iDJtieED SIDING AND' . ITinishing iLnmber, iAIE;ND SHINGLES, ,k i i cffer MU0BI)7 - Buckley'g Patent Lumber 1ST, The beat Hade, la need by as, and a-lth It we aavfaaon, perfcetly, 15,030 feet per week. ? 'r)H Lanber aeaaoned and worked on reaa . ! term Outora Planing Done Promptly. FeoBi needing anything in our line, are le to eall...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 6 November 1868

Zht June orb XtiUtmhn PutlilicMl Every Friday. OFFICE: fciiukj SL, Tint Door East if Post Dice. E. 0. DE WOLFE, Editor. TESKS-92 00 Per Annum in Advance. o. rtlDAT, t NOVEMBER O. 1868 Hancock County "Coming Round!" Hancock County "Coming Round!" 144 Republican Gain "THE COLORD TROOPS FOUGHT NOBLY!" Porch's Indian on the War Path! Glessner's Bird as Appeared Wednesday Morning. Morning. [The same one the crowed by mistake over West Virginia.] Tha following art the Republican gaias la the eereral townships in tbii cooatj aa compared with the major- Uiaa Cor Secretary of State: Waahington, 16; Pleasant, 20; Mortage, 5; Findlaj, 31; Blanchard, 8; Delaware, 27; Orange, 11; Mad isoa, 7; Union, 4; Eagle, 9; AUen, 14: Cass, 10; Van Boren, 3. ToUl Republican gain, 165. The following are the Democratic gaias: Liberty, 15; Jaukson.7; Marion, 9 Total Democratic gain, 21. There was no change in Amanda and Big Lick township. Thua it will be seen that we have ade the handsome gain of 144 aince the ...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 6 November 1868

NO HUMBUC! TROTH WILL PREVAIL Henderson's Block i . . . - THE PLACE! Faaens far (Iicannrss 4 :' '.; ' ' IS THE PLACE TO BUY CASS1MERES, JEANS, v SATIN ETTS, MUSLINS, TICKS, STRIPES, BLANKETS! BLANKETS! nmm eamelsi OF VARIOUS QUALITIES AND PRICES, AT Henderson's Block! "Cheaper than the Cheapest, -FOR CASH. JXESDEBSOHr c COXITCIX. X7E STIL.li HAVE A FEW MOEE OF THOSE Cheap Boots Shoes 8TILL ON HAND. IIZKDEBSOH & COJTNEIX. UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION AT A STOCK OF Ceadj-Hat.e Clothing, AJTD TO BE CLOSED OCT Regardless of Cost Loc& out fat Bargains! HrJTDEKSOX Js CONXKIX. THE CHEAPEST LINE OF Ladies Dress Goods, ABI TO S F0UXD AT THE PEOPLES' POPULAR CASH STORE. HENDERSONS BLOCK GRAND RUSH AT Henderson's. Block, FOB Cheap Shawls, Cheap Saqueings, Cheap Balmoral Skirts, Cheap French Merinocs, Cheap Coburg8. In short, for CHEAP GOODS gener ally, 11EKDEB80K & (JONNKLL. -Circulatlon double that of any oth. er paper In Hancock County. FRIDAY, : : NOVEMBER 6. 1868 LOCAL AND MISCELLA...

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