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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 8 January 1869

POETICAL. OUR CHILDHOOD. BY GEORGE D. PRENTICE. Ti Bad. yet sweet, to IMfn To Ui wifl iikI k ct-nl ! kw11. And to thiuk w hear the music Our childhood lovvd no well; To sue out on I lie even.' Ami the ImhiimIIonk tieKlK f air. Ami feel aain our uoyImkkTs wivli To roam like angvlx lucre. There are many dreams of el:uln-. That rlins around Die ;a4 And front Uie lotuhol' fnliiie Old tbootrlits come tlimiiin f:ist ; Tlie form we loved sodearly In the happy davn uow goiir. The lieauUliil aud'lovelv. Ho lair to look upon. Tliote trislit and !i-nlle maiden, WIhi Nfeimd mi formed lor lit Iks, Too KloiifHix iid loo tieaveuly Kor Nueh a world w IIiik; Whone dark, Noti ey-K M-euuxl Kwimiuiug In araof liotinl luflit. And whom- Im-KKof eold were streaming E'er ao sunny iM-ixiiU i tTtose smiles wvre like the mi ns! 1 1 lie In the Kpring-tiine of toe y-ar Like Uie cliainselul gleauiK of April, Tliey followed every tear! Tliey have Ktwed. like lmes, away. And their loveliness Inn. fletl ; Oh ! many...

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. — 22 January 1869

1 OIIA H E. G. DeWOLFE & CO., Proprietors. Let us have-Faith that Right makes Might, and in that Faith 1cLjio the erid dare to do our Duty as we understand it. Abraham . Lincoln. TERMS Two Dollars Per Annum. VOL. XV.-NO. XXXVI. 11 Nl) LAY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 22, ISGi) WHOLE NUMBER 81G. Hancock PEES .11 JL THE HAHOOCK JEFFEBSOBIAH. C DC WOITR, . J. 1L MtlLi t. t J Editor. liindusks Street : Find Injur Eut i Office. ( One copy. nie year.. TERMS:-? rix months (Three months !t - 1 w RATES OK ADVERTISING. lau're 2 do 3 do 4 do t do 1 l ; - 1 I M 2 UK alt! coL;I2 uuj 3 ll 3 6u 3 M 4 tw 3 uul 4 S! 5 .""! ?! El -I- 3 u 4 UUi i uii 7 10 4 i 4 -Till C tfil I l 4 ! S uuj 7 (i II Mil 17 IK' 5 ), 7 Ml! Ill Ulifl 21 ll i ! J lm 17 :' , 5 ou 7 u'l " ""ll; ""! Oli Ul l-.' Wi : Oil 31 l . 17 H li", IJU 13 UU JU UU,i 00; ii UljM Ul-Oi UU,UU UU The apace occupied by ten lines of this type " . couauuite a wiuare. Marriage and Ileal hs inserted tls, but ol.il mojgiuil nolioesof Benevolent...

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. — 22 January 1869

Published Erory Fridaj'. OFFICE: bidnsky St, First font East of Post Office TEKMS-2 00 Per Annum in Advance riNDLAY, O. FBIDAT. t : : JAXIARY 22, IMt. Thk bill to repeal the Tenure-of Office act, which passed the House with such a whirl, a few days ago. is likely to meet with some strenuous opposition in the Senate. Indeed it is highly probable that it may be de ' feated." The action of the House would seem to be based on the sup position that the bill was intended to be temporary, and that, since we are so soon to be rid of the Immediate cause of the bill A. J. there is no longer any necessity for its existence. We think this is a mistaken idea, and we ar glad to see the Senate deal with this matter more deliberately. It was claimed in the oulstart that this act was necessary to preserve the proper balance between the Ex ecutive and Legislative branches of the Government. If this is rot the case, the act should never have been passed. If it is the case, it ii as much so now as then...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 22 January 1869

ftfefSknfflffe 3frfrsuttiari w-circuiaUon double that of any oiii er paper la Hancock County. FRIDAY, : JANUARY 22, 1869 THE HANCOCK JEFEERS0N1AN Cnl'iil:n- fin- l-m. i I?!- CD to if CO !C - Jan Feb 11 i 7! k ! Jnl -. -.!--JjrL; loin:'-l.tn lvUil ;n ii' i : n i i iivi; 17 IS I ai 21 2! - I Us 1 L'l L" :Ti -t !!... , ... ...j ... ... i ... ... I .. l 3; it oil i ! 4 -.! ;i 71 ' ion:i.' i ADj mi s iu ii;i2 i.iH n i.'.ii it if. i(t' j ! Ji at -.auis 1, I I t.t f ( hs.ai;a:. ...L..I... Mar 10 UCU .V 7! (T M In II M'ifiI 17 lS'lSi -J" l.v 't I I (.U' M,-:2SJ.w.... b;;33i-..i: I Apr 7' ti 5n Oct II L 1:1 M .V id 17-1 Hi !: til iia SlZil 1( IML' lH l.',lii I71N lu ai -Jl it -3i,3S -J. Maj liNUoir ri lj 2! 4 111 !1 li l I U i; SI H loll I' 11 14 li Hi 17 IsJlH :1 21 sua 27 SI: l 2b 2U..i'... ... ...I... Jen ll 2 Si 4 4 II I...U. ... 1' ! 4 ta 71 i io II 12,liSbi 5: ! 71 Si Ml" II )3l 14 IV 16 17'l(i W i 2 l:; 141.. -Hi 17 l J2l 22 2!:24 2i ai.27 ii .iU Sl!... S-5: 5 r : Si?-? ,'tO ? -i -5 c...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 22 January 1869

Home, Farm and Garden. FARMER JOHN. Should you meet Fanner John in the city. You'd call him a couutry greenhorn ; You might look upon him with pity. Or perhaps with a feeling of scorn. His great heavy boots, minus blacking. His straw hat, with wide ample brim, With gloves and with neck-tie both lacking. And his bronzed face puzzled and grim. The fops step aside as he pass. And glance at their dainty pinched feet. And lihp their disgust to the lasses They happen to meet in the street. O! come .from the dust of the city. Leave palace, and steeple, and dome. Put by both your scorn and your pity Till you see good farmer John's home. Far back from the town's noise and bustle, Where meadow and pastures arc wide, Where leaves on the apple-bouglis rustle, And comfort ami pleasure abide. Where acres with beauty lie teeming. And promise large produce to bring, A pleasant white farm-house is gleaming, And Fanner John reigns as its king. How changed is his face as he nears it. From that which h...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 29 January 1869

.Hancock fEFFEBSOMim- E G. DeWOLFE & CO., Proprietors. PERSOX 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. Abbaham Lincoln. TEEMS Two Dollars Per Annum.'" VOL. XV.-NO. XXXVII. PINDLA Y, OHIO, Fit ID AY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1SG. WHOLE NUMBER 817. i THE HAHCOCK JEFFEESONIAK e. . . J. itk. wotrt, - i t .Editnra. Sandusky Street : First Door Exulof Fart Office. TERMS f One copy, oue year.. ix uionlln.. (.Three iituuttis.. . SI Ou i. 1 uu . Ou RATES OF ADVERTISING. isq're X do 3 do 4 do 6 do eol. Wi i uu i so a w; 3 uu 4 ou 5 uu: 7 m m u I 5Ui t Uu 2 uu; 4 Uu: 4 6 ou; K uij V, r au 3 UUI 3 it I 4 au 5 UU! 7 ;11 UK 17 Ui 3 OW 3 awl 4 Wi 5 UU' 7 un it) M il uu! iri ui 3 oUj 4 50 i 5 5u 6 XI X (i 12 UU17 :il :Si S uu 7 urn 8 w uu'12 uuilS ut'M ou; :iiuu CM. o vn v w-12 wild wjji villus w yi ipi arw i oL(U OuJLi UU,JU !, UU.35 00, W OUlliJ Ul lUUUO The space occupied by ten linen of this type Constitutes auuare. ...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 29 January 1869

Published Every Friday. Z- OFPICEi"- Saninsij St, First Door East of Post Office. TERMS-$2 00 Per Annum in Advance . F I IV D L A Y , O . FBIDT. : : : JAXl'AttY 2, 1SG. TOADYISM. Tbe dispatches ' from Washington fora short time past Lave contained great deal of &ickeniDg bosh aboal Gen. Grant. One, to .read them, would suppose that Grant was run ning ine enure macnmerjoi uovcrn meet Executive, ' Legislative and J Qdicial. Nothing can be done by ' snjbody but what Grant must have Lis saj.- He is reported to be in favor of this Congressional measure or that Judicial decision : to have a "warm side for this man for United States Senator, or for that one for a loreirrn appointment. If Grant should take an emetic, we suppose . the whole nation would have to puke, J or if he should take a fancy to tickle bis 'nose with enuff, the republic ' would be obliged to sneeze in unison. ;t Foremost in this toadyism are s some of the people's representatives The contagion became so alarming in ...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 29 January 1869

- MCircolatioB doable that of any other paper In Hancock County. FRIDAY, : JANUARY 29, 18C9. Religious. The Right Reverend Bishop A. Rappe, of Cleveland, will be in Find lj on next Sunday, the 31st ins( , to administer the sacrament of Con firmation to a number or youn Christians. Services will be held in - Ui Catholic Church at the usual time. Mite Society The Preabjterian Mite Society will meet on next Tuesday evening: at the residence of Mrs. E. P. Jones. In addition to the usual entertain ment, other exercises will be intro duced for the purpose of deepening the interest and rendering the time spent more profitable. All are in vited to attend. A Good Lecture. -Rev. E. B. Raffensperger, of Tole do, at the request of leading cit izens, Las consented to deliver a lec ture at the Presbyterian Church next Monday evening. "Subject, The II a mors of the Pulpit and the Pen." His lectures are highly spoken of by the tress, and onr citizens may depend upon a rich intellectual treat. J j T...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 29 January 1869

THE BEWITCHED TERRIER. Sam Jonrrson (ran a culled mauf Who lived down by the sea; Ileoinwi it tan.twricT That stood hMit one foot throe ; And the way Uiat ereauir chawed up rats, 'Was gurjiu lor to ee.'y One day the dog was elumlirrin' Belli nd the kltclioQ strive, , When suddenly a wtt-ked flea v An osly little cove Coinnienivtt upon His faithful liack With, uiauy Jumps to row. Then i w fhst terrier. With frnirr in hi, eye. And, waltln' only Ions; enough To made a touch i ng cry. Commenced to Iwist liimelf" around .. . . Moat wonderfully nry. Bat all In rain, his shape was such fco awful short and tat ' Tliat though he doubled up hisxelf And strained hi;lf at tliHt, His mouth wan half an inch away, . From where the varmint saL, " The dors net up an awful howl, --- And twisted like an eel. Emitting cries of liuery At every nip he'd fi-el. And tuiubliii' down and juuipin up, r And turniu' like a wheel. But still tlint most owdacious flea Kept up a coiiKUtnt chaw 'Just Where he couldn...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 5 February 1869

E. G. DeWOLFE & CO., Proprietors- Let us have Faith that Eight makes Might, and in that Faith let us to the end dare to do our fluty as we understand it, Abraham Llncols. TERMS Two Dollars Per ' Amnrm. -i . i . VOL. XV.-NO. XXXVIII. FINDLAY, OHIO, FKIDAY JMOKNIXG. FEBRUARY 5, 1S6U WHOLE NUMBER 818. THE mraCK JlMEESOinAN. E. . DE WOLFE, . J, tit Edi(r, Saiuttutt Street: Fir Door Bo of Po Offlee. J One ropy, one Tear SIX tUbUtiM (.Three months.. RATES OF ADVERTISING. isq're 2 do - da 4 do A do ooL ooL -5 i - W5 s-s 1 0 5i l soi 2 oo ui 2 (W 2 SO; 4 Xt; 4 (Ml & Ulj 7 00! 4 50, 6 Uf oo: l.nm '..... Hi, irii. 2 6i S WO! 3 50, 4 iO. 5 fl 7 u Jl M, 17 00 SOul.Aol40M.OVi7 10 00 14 21 li S 601 4 50 5 5uj 6vj Will. 0M7 2.MU S 001 7 00 8 00! S 00 12 0015 ou uil a'lUd 8 00 Oo12 WJ 15 00 ) 00128 00 17 OU, ouLili 00115 O0; 0;5 Oo .t 004U OuiUo 0o,ki0OU The apace occupied by tea line of tills type khis tllutee - square. . H-rriageand Deaths iiiaerted gratia, ImtObtt Uwm m4 neti ornof liene...

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. — 5 February 1869

She ganrorfc gtf f t rttniav Published Every Friday. OFFICE: faifcskj St, First Boor East of Post Office. TERKS-42 00 Per Annum in Advance U" INDL A "V" , O. FatlDAT. z I t FFBRVABT 9. ISM. REVERDY JOHNSON, ESQ. The more we examine the patched , up treaty for. the settlement or the Alabama claims between Mr. Rever- dy Johnson and Earl Clarendon the more we become convinced that our garrulous and sociable representa tive was overreached in the transac tion. Charity compels us to say overreached, for we cannot believe that Mr. Johnson so far mistook his mission to the Court of St. James as to suppose that he was successfully accomplishing it in presenting this most dastardly plan of settlement to the American people. Mr. Johnson's countrymen complained bitterly fjd I we think justly at his course in step ping out of his way to do honor to Laird who violated the laws of his own country to injure our commerce -yet as this Lob nobbing to our ene mies did not involve our national honor, (...

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. — 5 February 1869

O sV rCirittai4oWetLatf nyoUi ... ,- . - cr paper la Haaeock Chanty. fHfjITT 7 FRIDAY,: FEBRUARY 5, I869.rj. Thanks. jur. owion a. .i.it-r mm our thanks for late Sacramento Cat. papers. Mite Society. The M. E. Mite Society will be held at the residence of Rev. Mr. Newton, on next-Wednesday eve ting. . V Hon. O. Mnngen, Consul to Turk's Island, has our thanks for a copy of the Royal Standard, of Jan. 9lh, . is a little over one-fourth the size of the Jbff. and has a decidedly queer look to an American printer. Income. John Carlin, Esq., Assistant Asses sor, informs as that he is prepared to furnish income blanks. There can be no better time than the pres ent for making these returns, as the business transactions of the past year are jet fresh in the memory. Printing by Steam. We pleased to learn that onr neighbor oTthCSMM-fer has Intro duced steam into his, establishment. We don't think the beys, who have been doing the "circular work" for our neighbor, will feel sad at the change. -...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 5 February 1869

Home, Farm and Garden. THE WORKING MAN. The noblest men I know on earth Are men whose hands are brown with toll ; Who, barked by no enot-stral era vex, . Hew down the wood, and till the soli ; And win thereby a prouder name Than follow king or warrior's fame. - The working men, whate'er the task. Who carve the atone, or bear the hod. They bess opon their honest brows The royal stamp and Meal of God ; And wonkier are their drop of sweat Then diamonds in a coronet. God bleat the noble working men. Who rear thecltlea of tlx- plain ; WbodigtbanUnea, who build tlieshlitt, A nd drive the commerce of the main ; God blew them! lor their toiling hand Have wrought the glory of all land. Queen Victoria's Model Farm. A correspondent of the Philadel phia Bulletin writes from London : During the long drouth, when eve ry blade of grass was burned to a dead brown, and the cattle had no herbage to ieea on, diuk ana batter were scarce, and the famous Devonshire clotted cream could not be found. But w...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 26 February 1869

TT WW 'II ANCOC OMAN 1 E. G. DeWOLFE & CO., Proprietors. Let ns have Faith that Eight makes Might, and in that Faith let us to the end dare to do our Duty as we understand it. Abraham Lincoln. TERMS Two Dollars Per Annum VOL. XV.-XO. XLI. FINDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY MQ'KNING; FEBRUAllY 2b', ISuU WHOLE NUMBER 821. . 1 ;, J EFFEKS THE HAKCOCK JEFTERSOMN. E. U. S. DE WOLFE, ) ... hiHdutly ftrrrlr Fir Door But of Pott fifflrr. Out copv. one rear... TERMS:-' Kir months. (.Three monllis... m 1 i RATES OF ADVERTISING. isu're 2 da Sdo 4 do do JiooL 1 eoL I I StN 3 OU 3 VI; 4 Otx o IM-' 7 . loOU 1 So! i uo; 2 aol 4 ) 4 ii i 1j 8 " 13 uu 3 HUi ni ZHu 4 :, 5 7 nu'll oil1 17 Uu S 0i 8 6wi 4 Wl & ui 7 lu H ou ;1 S 5uf 4 ! 5 SO' 6 .)' 0 UJ 12 Ul 17 2i! SiW S UU 7 4M; 8 mil tM2 UJ 15 UU W 3jU0 8 ' 00 12 Utl'13 J Ml '-M (' :(7 Ul tfiUU u w(i5 w;a K;2 ovsjKi.w uu& w iudou The (pace occupied by tea linen of this type constitutes a square. Marriage and Death inserted gratis, but Obit uaries aad ...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 26 February 1869

Zht gancocb $ttUwvfon Furnished Every Frfday.yatiopal OFFICE: Sin&sij SL, First Bcor East of Post Office. TERMS-52 00 Per Annum in Advance FINDLAY, O. TftlDAT, ; : : FEBRITART 8. 186S. THE SUFFRAGE AMENDMENT. There seems to be a most decided difference of opinion existing among our Republican legislators on the suffrage question. To one who Las believed the Republican party to be the party of freedom and progress and its- Representatives in Congress the foremost reformists of the day, there is something very humiliating in the picture now presented by both Houses in connection with this ques tion. In the first place the House declares, by joint resolution, that no one shall be disfranchised by reason of race, color, or previous condition, leaving the no less arbitrary and unre publican tests of education, property or creed to be set up at will by any Slate or the United States. The Sen ate amended by substitute covering all these points. The House refused to concur, whereupon th...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 26 February 1869

ftertanfOfk d((fftri5Cniatt - w -. er paper in llanrorK Count.. FRIDAY, : FEBRUARY 2.;, 1SC3 Ve have triM the F.Miiihiiti VmAz'r-'r??-?'?t?Ti which an ar-i)t has Ih-hj s I,'iii;in place for a few thiys l-.u-L, ;m,, t Hem vt-ry j.il. IVev A EttirtziT have them for sale. -i:rs Wood. e are in need of a lew loads oi good wood at this otlice, which will be taken in payment on subscription, if received soou. Who will respond first? Thanks. U. S. Senators Sherman and Wade, State Senator Cory and Colonel Schneider, Adjutant General, will accept our thanks for very valuable public documents. Concert. Phillip Phillips, the celebrated Composer and Vocalist, will give a Concert at Wheeler's Hall, Tuesday evening, Sf arch 9th. Lovers of good music will take notice. Mislaid. The very nd affecting lines on the death of little Carrie Ray, grandchild of Mrs. Ray, of this place, should have appeared sooner. but for the fact that they were mis laid. They are exquisite. The F. U. L. Society. TJiis Comp...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 26 February 1869

POETRY. LONG AGO. A through the poplar" eaxty spire The March wind sweeps aud sings I nit oesi.lelhe hollow tire. And dream familiar thine. Old memories wake, faint ecltoes make A murmur Of doftd hbnillK. Ah. days when life had aim and meaning. What buried year aeo ! "When friend no shallow intervening Was friend, and fie was foe ; When life had youtli. and love had truth. And heart had faith to show. Somewhere now woods are green and tender; Somewhere hedee rows are nlled With hud: somewhere, if wind befriend her, The tlirUNU lieginK to biiild : Somewhere no fears has spring, no tear For hope that March lia-s killed. Ring, thrush, yonrsoncs of praise and passion Kill all tiie riudding wood Willi music of a brexone luKhion Mv vouth so understood ; Now I'm alone, and the world grown cold. And tiod alone is good. THE CHILD ANGEL. title tongues that chatter, chatter Utile feet that wtter, patter, With a ceaseless motion all the day ivittleeyes tliat softly lighten, Liule checks that fi...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 5 March 1869

!A lux rrr;;..;;. J .J !- i - . . " . - '. . .. t t : , J. - i; 1- ;.; 'on -Jii: )-i '. j-. x ri- . ... , . - -. : s E. 6. DeWOLFE & CO., Proprietors. ... . . . ; , Ut m hm Faith that Right makes Might, and in that Faithjet - TERMS Two Dollars Per nmT vol.-x-xq..xul : ljyf,::. '';r.:': findlay, ohio;fkidax1iorxin; mahc io: : r - whole numbers. THE HANCOCK JEFFERSOSIAN. e. . nr. WOLFE. ) O. J. JDE HOLi t, Editors. &utduk Strrrt: first Door Eaxl of lijst Office. TERMS C One ropy, one year :-imj monins (Three months. Oo 1 no - OO RATES OF ADVERTISING. 5I H 773 ari 1 - lsq're : i! Jo -"' Ida . -.: 4 do S5i ! Id .3I 1 00 1 50' 2 00! 3 (W 4 : 5 On: 7 00: 10 00 1 j 2 Oft 2 ooj 4 00 ; 4 30! 6 00; 8 00, 15 00 2 091 8 ttr1 3 5t, 4 SO: S 7 17 (10 S Ooj 3 oo! 4 Oo a 00. 7 00 10 OU t4 Mfi 21 00 3 SOI 4 5o' 5 50i 50 8 00 12 00 17 25. 25 00 5 7 a 8 oo- oo !j on ii u oo .vn 8 OOi - 00 12 00 U-i Ht 0.i 00 :7 OKi S5 Oo 0L'l2 M15 0020 00.25 00 Si O0! 10 00 65 00 loo 00 The upaee ocedpied by te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 5 March 1869

Published wT-y-JFrlAnyJ OFFICE: Sandusky SL, First Door East of Post Office. TEEMS-32 00 PrAmixmi in Advance PINDLAY, FRIDAT. s : s t i MABCII 5, 186. THE AMENDMENT. Congress has at last got the Suf frage Amendment off its hands, and candor compels us to say that the re- Bultof their deliberation has by eea led. to expect.; The form , ofwords agreeduponbythe two Houses is as follows: "The right of the citizens of the United States to Tote shall not be denied or abridg ed by the United States, or by any ouuc, uu Bccuuub ui race, cuiui, ui c.. . ft. m . .1 previous condition of servitude." Some of those who voted for this amendment confessed that tbey gave it their support on the ground that, a half a loaf is better than no tread, but really we fail to see anything in the amendment to justify . their ac tion even on this ground. It is true that by the present amendment all all must be treated alike without re gard to color. That is, if an educa tional qualification is adopted by any S...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 5 March 1869

avCi rcalation doable that of uj th-. cr payer I Hancock County. FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1869. Mite Society. Tbe Mite Society . of the M. Cuurwb will be Held at the residence of Mrs. Clt-ian:a I anen.ou Sandusky street, next Wednesday evening. New Auditor. ' John Hill, Esq , the new Auditor, ' was sworn in and took possession last Monday. Mr. Shaler, in his re-"- liracv, has our beet wishes, and we shall never cease to hope for Lis conversion from his present political faith. Postponed. Owing to a delay of the publishers - in furnishing books, the F. U. L ' Society have been compelled to post. j pone their entertainment. This is a great disappointment to the Society, as well as the public, but they hope that the postponement will be for the best. Due notice will be given ... as to when the pieces will be pro duced. Important to Farmers. We notice that Messrs. Adams & Anderson, proprietors of the Find lay Oil Mills, are offering to loan one thousand bushels of Flaxseed to- the farmers o...

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