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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 5 March 1869

Home, Farm and Garden. AGRICULTURAL ODE. BY JOHN G, WHITTIER. This day two hundred yewm ayo. The wild rup.-K ly tlie river1 side, . . And laMt-k-xs 2muud not trailing low. The lulile of tlie wcmmIh supplied. Unknown the apiIc n-d and gold. The blushing tint of peach and pear. The mirror of Uie Power told No tale of orchard's ripe and rare. Wild as the fruits he scorned to till. These vales the idle Indian trod. Nor knew the plad creative skill. The joy of him who toil with God. O, Painter of the fruit and flowers ! We thank Thi-e for Thy wise design Wheretty ttijMC hniu:m hands of ouis in Nature' gnrdi.ii wo:k with Thine. And thanks that fnnn onrdally need Tlie Joy of simple fciith in ornc ; That he m'lHiMiiiiti's the Hammer weed. y trust; Give foot their gold and knaves their power, Iet fortune s Imlittles rise find full ; Who sows a Held or trains a flower, H plant a tree, is more than all. For he who blesses most ! Most And Jod and limn shall own his worth Who toils to l-ve rat h...

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. — 12 March 1869

The M ancockIIeepersoh r . : : i - : ;'.' ' L ' - 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 Duty as we understand it. Abraham Li 1NCOLN. TERMS-Two Dollars Per Annum. v. i v. t VOL. XV.-NO. XLIII. FINDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY MOTIVING, MARCH 12, 1869. ; - ... , v .... . , i. ' - - .a. v fTTTTI TT 1 VnnnTT TnTTtrriTinnnTT i t i n Pi n h lit ,i ii .a .1 h. m r k. k.m i iu i a ni uiuiuvuuviu i ;ixuuuii mil. E. . DC WOLFE.) . . . ... J. DE w uli i; 1 s -'er. &tndtuky8tr-ti: Firtt Dour Eattof fori. Offioc. ("One copy, one year- Six mouths (.Three months TEEMS .2 00 1 W 5' RATES Of ADVERTISING. leq'n 2 do 1 Wf 1 60 2 00! 3 Wi 4 UO; 5 UOj 7 ' 10 00 2 1 60 2 Ou 2 50 4 00 4 50 uu 8 00 15 Ml 2 60j UOi S 50- 4 50 5 7 0 II 001 17 00 I 00! 3 50' 4 00 5 00 7 00 10 00 14 I" 21 00 do 4 do a do t fiuj 4 SO' 6 50' 50' t 00 12 00 17 2o 25 00 5 00; 7 00 6 00 t 00 K 00 15 W 22 85 0 8 00 f 00 12 00 15 00.20 00 2 M.S7 00 ...

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. — 12 March 1869

Iullihel Kvery Friday. OFFICE: Sanfaskj St., First Ecnr East of Post Office. TERMS-82 00 Per Annum in Advanoe O. FRIDAY, t MARCH 12. . A QUESTION FOR THE COURIER. Not three months since oar neigh bor asserted that our county "had not lost one cent by .Mr. Spitler nor ever would." Why then did the County Commissioners issue an order on the County see proceedings ot Commis sioners for $20 to pay the Assistant Pros. Attorney for services in the case of State of Ohio r, Samuel Spit ler ? And if 20 is the balance of the amount paid for said services, what is the whole amount ? Let us hear C om you on this matter, Bro. Glcuner. The people are anxious to know who pays these bills, if they don't. They feel interested in the matter. The charitable individuals who are footing these little bills are placing tax-payers under obligations, and bhould not remain incognito. CABINET COMPLICATIONS. The Picsident sent the tollowing Cabinet appointment to the Senate, which were promptly corjfiimed by t...

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. — 12 March 1869

aCirralation double tUat of any other paper la Hancock Count). FRIDAY, : MARCH 12, 1C9. The MUtonian Tableau of Paradise : Lost, will tc on c&bibition Mi Wheeler. Hall, next Tuesdav eve-! ning, and will of course attract a . rrnrfl ' Communion. The sacrament of the Lord' Sun-' 4 ' 1 rut--;u tw ..i . .t. bvterian Church next Sabbath, her- j rieea will h 1,pM Pn,l,r vIn and 5Utiv ffmn - Mite Society. The Congregational Mite Society will le held at Mr. G. W; Twining' : Photograph Rooms, next Wednesday evening. A full attendance is in vited ; mite ten cente. Farewell Sermon. Rev. II. B. Belmer will preach his farewell sermon at the Lutheran Church next babbath. Mr. IS sroes to Lawrence. Kansas. lie has been very popular, both as a preacher and a trentleman, and we think, deserved lyso. ' . of Change of Firm. It will be seen by a notice in another column that Mr. T. Carualian has as spciated his brother,' Mr. W. R. Car nahan, with him in business, which will make a strong firm. It is...

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. — 12 March 1869

POETRY. THE WORKING MAN. t . , . . . . - .i . i ur uuuion mra i imnroii eannr,, Are men whose hands are browifwith toll; V bo, barked by no ancestral graves. - Hew down the wood, and till the Mill And win thereby a proudi-r nam' Than follows kins or warrior's fame. The working man, whate'er the task. Who carve Uie Mont-, or bear the liixl. They bnar upon tiirir honest Ltrows. .- The royal stamp and Heal of iod ; " f And worthier are their droits ol sweat a Thau diamonds in a coronet. ' iod ble the noble working men, ; Who rear the cil U ot t he plain ; -f Who dis? the mines, and build the srripa, And drive the commerce of the mitiii ; Jt bkus Iti.-iH ! lor their toiling llruuls Have wrought the glory of all luixls. ' ,' THE CELESTIAL CONFLICT. The San Francisco dispatches of. the 23d announced the arrival of the Pacific Mail steamer" China' from Hong Kong with 617 Chinese passen-J gers. It was also stated that the; Chinese residents in San Francisco were reported to be armed for an ...

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. — 19 March 1869

V v rooc io-7 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 ur Duty as we understand it Abraham Lincoln. TERMS Two Dollars Per Annum. TOL. XV.-NO. XLIV. FINDLAY, OHIO. FIUDAIOISnSIAK'lO. 1S69. WHOLE NUMBER 824. if- J. in. Pj EFFERSGNIAN IHE HMCOCK JEFFEESOMM. ' Km 3. 1E WftLIT. . . JMitara. Bwdmuky BtnH: Fir Dour E of Po Office. ("One copy, ran 2 no TERMS:-; Kit months.. l m . ou (.Three luonllis RATES OF ADVERTISING. e - 5 5e IT WS Wjl b-s Isq're: i flo' l soi I o a wi e oo! s ti 7 oo id oo 1 SO 2 OOi 2 .W! e i 5, or.l 8 ! 16 00 2 SO' On! 8 .Vii 4 So! 5 full 7 00 11 00 1; .10 3 00' X ft 4 W 6 ': 7 o 14 " 21 1"' 3 do S do 4 do e do I OOi 7 r 8 ' 12 0 IS i 22 tt 00 8 ! 0 12 00 15 00.20 00 2 Ul 37 Oil 00 sr, x so, I set, 6 SO' A OH 12 00 I - f ooL.12 OOili Ou 20 00 25 00 35 Oo 40 00.65 W.1WW The spco occupied by ten line of this type - ShSlnrtderatis,l?atOUl aaries and notices of Benevolent societies. I i...

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. — 19 March 1869

I Publishcd Every Friday.flenn, j OFFICE:, . Saadaskj St, First Door East of Post Dffin. TERMS-$2 00 Per Annum in Advance FINDLAY, O.j FKIDAT. : t : : t MARCH 19, 1S69, Uro. Glesskek, ot the Courier, dodges onr questions in regard to the Spitler matter, and tries to get under cover Ty his old argument about the Gibson defalcation 4 Grant ing, for the sake jrf argument, that Gibson was a defaulter, does that r justify Spitler ? It required a suit to be brought, at considerable expense to the county, to compel Samuel Spiller to refund over $1600", that belonged to the crmntr." Was there nothing lest to tax-payers in that maiter, neighbor ? . Don't dodge the question. And if $20 is the balance of Mr. Noble's foe, to how much does it all amount? Thers is another balance of a bi'l there, which the Commissioners rejected at a former meeting,but allowed at the last. Can our neighbor g"ve us an y information on that subject ? Xow neighbor, stick to the text, and dn't get away off outside of...

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. — 19 March 1869

" SatWOrb t f ft r$OaUn I ' 43-ClrcnIa.tion double that of any oth er paper la Hancock County FRIDAY. ; MARCH 19, 1869. TO FRIENDS OF THE JEFF. Believing Hat wre are improving the JEFF.and that its already large - circulation tusy elill be grcstlylo L creased, we make tbe following cffei to tbose v. bo are willing to !epd tif a Lelping baml in tLe matter : To any person sending us two fitib . .scribera and 84 00 In cash we will send copy of 7ie Litlle Corporal 'the liest magazine for the young fclks in the Union one year. , - To ry person sending us two Bb 'scribera as above, (H CO) we will, . send a copv of the "Inner Lire of Abraham Lincoln, a book which re tails for one dollar. To any pern Bending os five sub-, scribera and $10 00 in each, we will send copy of the Jeff, lorone year. TV will keep these oflers open ' nntil the first of Mav. We know that our circulation can be increased fully cm thousand in the next six months, end we are willing to,psy oar friends for working for u...

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. — 19 March 1869

POETICAL. CROWING OLD, TOGETHER. We're growing old top"tber, r . . - We're growing old apae. And u-11-tale care and sorrow strew Tlietr lines upon thy face. Yet still as dear to me art thou An when In youth's bright niora. The ruby lip and rosy cheek Did thy lair fare adorn. ,' We're growing old together,. ' As time flies swiftly by.- - And tearful irrief ha.ssomewliat dimmed The luster of thine eye; -Yet still it I warns a fondly, tore, As wlieu we stood bwide The old oak tree I held yonr lianS And asktai you for uiy bride. We're growing old t'igeilu:r, But still our hearts ere young. And future days of cliangelul life Hhall find us brave and strong ; , And may affection true enchain tar hearts toj;fti Uer st 111, As oft in days of yore we felt . v- The same emoUufu thrill. " Home, Farm and Garden. Dramage. Persons who bare had tnost expe rience in draining land, affirm tba' there is font little laou that ia sot benefited by ju'TjCiou3 draining. .The large amount of capital that ia...

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. — 26 March 1869

a- si - v; 1 V pin "' 1 Hancock EPPEl 11TD 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 Duty as we understand it Abraham Lixcols. TEAMS Two Dollars Per Annum. VOL. XV.-XO. XLV FIND LAY, OHIO, Fit IDA Y MORNING, MARCH 20. 181S9. WHOLE NUMBER S25. TEE MCOCI.JEMESDMN. E. . 1E wotrtt Edllsn. Kindiuly Slrrrt : Fir Door Eurtnf W Ofilee. f One copv. one vcar ?2 AO TERM1?:- Six monthx . 1 ; (.Three mouth o KATES OF AVEI1TISIXG. 5 do 3 lo 4 do 6 do -1 coL 100 2 AO 3 ij 1 W 5 Wt' 7 m; 1 5 2 W: 2 W 4 l!- 4 SO' ' 8 Ml 1"i 2 oil 3 u(J, 3 50 4 M 5 V 7 0 U 17 m 3 oo; 3 50 4 00 5 . 7 00 4" m 14 21 3 50- 4 .W 5W 9 li 12 17 3-V 2 5 l 7 Oo; 8 M OH 12 OH 15 22 " W s r. a mi 19 no i". on on 2S ti 37 i 5 12 A15 OB.a) 0U.25 (W So .40 00 ti OH;100 00 The vwe occupied by ten lines of this tyi constitutes a square. Marriageand Deaths inserted sratisbut Ohit ' v narieaauJ noticesof Kenevolent societies, I ive Cents per line....

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. — 26 March 1869

Tnrliiliol Every Friday. OFFICE: - . . . i SaainskT SL, First Boor tasi or fost Office.! TERMS-12 00 Per Annum in Advance FINDLAY, O. FRIDAY. : : 1 : r MABfH Sff . IMS, DEATH OF HON. I. C. PENNISTEN. ,p. . . . . . , tidings or the death of this gentle-iThe, mad; member of the Legislature from Pike county, who died at his resi- - nr. . ., .... ,, . , , ucuh iu ii atcuv tub lliunj ui cou- sumption A startling verification of the saying that ' io the midst of life -we are in death." We little thought when, on the beautiful Sab bath morning, a few short months ago, we clasped hands with Mr. Ten nisten, in the reception-room of the "Penitentiary, that we ehouli meet him no more former. His step was was firm and elastic, bi cheek was mantled with the roseate tict o' health, anil none who knew him would have dreamed that his end was bo nigh at Land. He was a young, unmarried man, of more than ordinary promise, and though an uncompromising Democrat, was s genial, kind-hearted man. Through t...

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. — 26 March 1869

-Circulation double that of any oth-formerly rr paper fa IIacock Count) . FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 18C9.1 TO FRIENDS OF THE JEFF. Believing thae e are improving tbo Jeff, and tLat its already large circulation may ttill be greatly in creased, we make the follow inp; offer to those who arc willing to lend ns a helping band in the matter: To any person sending us two sub scribers, and $4 0 1 in cash we will Reud a copy of The Uttle Corporal the lest magazine for the young folks in the Union one year. To any person sending ns two snb scribers as above, ($4 00,) we will send a copy of the "Inner Life of Abraham Lincoln," a book which re tails at one dollar. To any person sending us five subscribers, and' 10 00 in cash, we will send a copy of the Jeff, for one year. We will keep these offers en until the first of Mav. We know that our circulation can be increased fully one thousand in the next six months, and we are willing to pay our 1 far irnrli!m for us. We in- . M .UU0 V v tend to make the ...

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. — 26 March 1869

POETICAL. HAVE CHARITY. BY FRANCIS S. SMITH. Thro turn the great sin-blasted city,' ", Toil homeless little one Voc friend to soot be or pit y Not a bed to lie upou Rageed. dirty, braised, and bleeding Ctubjeft Ktill to kirk unci curse Schooled in sin and sadly needing Aid. from Christian tougue and purse. Bnt the rieh and smy pam by her. Foil of vanity and riie. And a pittance tlicy Vny ber, A they rmll tlieir skirts aside. Tben a sullen mood come o'er ber Bookless Klie of woe or weal Death from tinnuer it before her tolie must either starve or Meal. 8 he doe steal, and who enn blame her. Hunger paujpi her vitals cnaw None endeav or to reclaim her. And alie violates the law. Tl"en the patupervd child f fsIiloii. TV'-fio rr fuKed to rive retief. t"riii. with well .tie.!t1 rwion, -Out upou the little thiol '!" C 'elisors full of world-wise sehoolinu. Cease to censure and doidore When the irl transzresed ui.-irt't. rulius ' She oftryefi higher in te. Take lier pla. feel Ikt temptation...

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. — 2 April 1869

CnRj .11 ...... fT.. . ... ' -.-Vs. I I - w ; . t. ....u.u!.., .... t t; ,,,.,0 . . . E. G. DeWOLFE &C0., Proprietors. Let us 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 Liscolii:; ' . TERMS Two Dollars Per Annum. VOL. XV.-XO. XLVI. FINDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY MOItXIXtf, ! AHUL k2. 1SGD WHOLE NUMBER 826. THE HANCOCK JEFFERSONIAN. r. o. nr. woi.rr, ) . . I1. WULt'K, Milan. ' SuMlxukt StrrH : Fint D-tor East of P1 Offuv. ("On fopr, oue year.- T3lMS:lx monthw 1 50 (.Ttirea luoutlw KATES OF ADVERTISING. raj r-"2t -51 o'( srii s-"-i Imi're 1 60 : 1 2 lo 6 do 4n bw) i l -n ".' T, f. 7 ) 11 ' 17 ( I V 6: 4 O0 f Ou I i !0 00 14 rj 21 t! fi i l"-' 17 oft i 4W 7r ' 9 ' 12 ' ' "O ,H J5SI u ..it Miil2 lt;lj t!3t .(7 ' H n s lit' 2 .rrfl 4 .rtfl: i'eoiju Wi& Wi 0 -i 0u'ai u"10 w "w w V-? Tli paAoupi by Ul llp of tliis tyr oer line. UmiI Xoti Klflwn V"t I - iiu tu tittt jwrtiou. aud leu nils Irfa. ii ' iT?Vrt,.i...HK in ...

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. — 2 April 1869

Pulliisliect Every Friday. OFFICE: Sudaij SC, First Jtarlist of M Office; TEKMS-12 00 ferMnrw. in Advance FINDLiA "V o. rBIDAT, s : ' "AtfltlT '2. IS697 THE TENUREOF-OFFICE ACT. .The great bobby-at Washington, aside from the scramble for office, ia the acticn of Congress relative to the renpal nf the . Tenure-of-OfBce ;;r;f 7 .7: kt. . following 'enoetitate for the bill to repeal the act : Strike -out' all after the enacting . clause, and insert as follows : ''That the first and second sections of an act entitled an act regulating the tenure of certain civil oflices, . passed March 2, 18G1). be, and the name are hereby repealed, and in lieu cf said repealed sections, the following arc hereby enacted : "That every person holding any civil office to which he has been or may hercafU be appointed by, and with the advice aud, consent of the Senate, shall be entitled to hold such office during the term for which he shall, have been .appointed, unless sooner "removed by aud with the con se...

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. — 2 April 1869

Sfcf ganrark tfftvztnhn '- : . - atrCircaUtlon double that ef any oth er paper ia Hancock County. FRIDAY, : . APRIL 2. 1869. TO FRIENDS OF THE JEFF. - - - Believing thae we are improving tlio Jeff, and that its already large circulation may still le greatly in . creased, :we make the following offer to tlioe wW are u illin to lend us a helping Laud in the matter : To any ierson sending ns two sub scribers, and $4 0 J in cash we will send a copy of The Little Corporal the best magazine for the youn folks in the Union one year. To any person sending as two 6ub senbers as above, (f 4 00,) we wiu , send a copy . of the. "Inner Life of Abraham Linccln," a book which re tails at one dollar. - To - any-person sending us five subscribers, and'$10 00 in cash, we will ! cnd a copy of the Jeff, for one year. . ; n e will keep these oners open until the first ot May. We know that our circulation can be increased " . fully one thousand in the next six . months, and we are willing to pay onr frie...

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. — 2 April 1869

IN AN OLD CHURCH. [From Chamber's Journal.] ! -. Through Ui chancel, quaint and olden, TNj Streamed the evening sunlight goldou. .ruiiiij fruifn; iuiiii vutir, AadXhe aftd jirwauihcT Uye. Sweet the olemn-antBei roared, ' Note on note, and wod on word, Ringing through tile long defiles, ' Of the dim ana ai-t cut-aisles. - t I' ? And upon Its cairn Riuwase, , J AUthoair,wlUimbruiUiedeaee. ! ' : Itemed to gather force, andfiwnv " Throagh the temple, either way." " ' And Uie prcachnr's toncaai'lcnzlh, ' .. RoUed in cin-uit, gathering strength. - , , dwelled around Uie lofty nave. Like a feaUynm iu a cave ' Echoing froth the wails frrohlid, ., Psalm and prayer, withnweet redound Psalm and prayer, nndlewson Kiven, Passed, orscenied lb pass) to heaven.. Home, Farm and Garden. Why I Want Boys to Learn Farming. BY HORACE GREELEY. Every pursuit xr calling that min . istersto the. sustdtancej comfort or enhghtmentof mankind iwlionprable and laudable..' That, is a narrow- and essentially false ...

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 April 1869

- -i - -i-..- i. . -.ajiuif.1 w - ""' MnPMaDMHMMMMM -I A H - V:,B-d mm o. T -!i I.I 1.J i' E. G. DeW0LFE& CO., Propketars. - J w. u Let us have Faith that Right makes Might, and in that Faith let us to the end "dare to do op Duty as we understand itA' Liscii ; j'ia"."!''--.''i''i V TEBMSTwo Dollars Per Annum. VOL. XY.-XO. XLVII. FINDtAYrjpHIO, MHDSY MORNlSferlML 0, 1SG9. . - ; . r " " : , . I - . , rWHOLE NUMBER 827. ,f ;o El "lilt? j L- THE EMCOGK Sumduikv ftreH . FirU Door JCatfr-f Pvt. Offtv. TKKM.S: Six monthx ...r ... (.Three umntliii.;i...-.j , 2 011 1 ) RATES OF ADVERTISING. "t 2 do j 1 S' 2 2 "i W 4 SI' fl 00l 8 UW l-'0 rf 5 .Vti a u.1 3 4 5 (Wr 7 i'll ti' 1" (' in rr( Cl.i 8 9 (' 12 (' ll 2!) ' ( .T ' ' O' i L 12 eull ! OO.iJ M,i3 i '".''J ..! Ti.tliFlnsp!-;Wl2rtis.birtOhit- ' J irioBolncrtleeofBf,iievolentfKslMi,Fiv Cents per line. Local Xoticrs Fifteen t ents iw line for Una inswrUon, e Ten who ior culu - - VVdwrtisementt In RpooiarXotle dblaum FinyUcnt per tqaiare m ...

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 April 1869

SXt Sattfflfk ttft r$OtttatJ ( ' Published Ever3'Friday.i'uch - v OPFICK: Sudsskj SL, First Boor East if Post Office. TERMS-f 2 AO Per Annum ia Advance FRIDAY, s I s t : APRIL 9, IMS. -ot COLLECTORSHIP OF THE FIFTH DISTRICT. The appointment and confirmation of Thomas E. Grisell, Esq ., of Upper t Sandskyiis. Cc.lle(!tjOi of Internal Reyeoueior ItiaHifiLricivea gen-, eral satisfaction "among Republicans ot thlsonnty. -iMr.iGriseir will make a faithful and capaUIe officer, and will conduct the office with cred it to himself and honor to the Gov ernment.' '.While we should ' have been glad to have had the Collector's office at thls place, we feel much rejoiced at the ; appointment of iss good a man as Mr. i G.4:,and we are sure mat me mends ei ir. rorcn are all satisfied with' the result. OUR LOCAL ELECTIONS. We have' not been able to get the official Tote from the several town ships at the election of last Monday, but from every part of -the county comes the ' cheering, news of gains ...

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 April 1869

. ar-Clrewlatien doable that of ajiy oth er paper In Hucock Count). FRIDAY, APRIL 0, 1869. To House Keepers. SOW ARI.1VIN; AT . "Old White Corner," IDE I.AR;E9T STOCK T i EVKB OFFEHED IX FIKPLAT. CHEAP, CHEAP! JiXVEJi CV A CABPET UNTIL TOU L00KAT0TJE STOCK BABMY. SNYDER & CO. Common Pleas Court Convened last Tuesday, Judge Slott presiding. There appears to be but little business doings and the attendance is rather slim. Mite Society. The M. . Mite Society will meet at Mr. Kinnaman'a Photograph Gal lery, over Bush t G lick's shoe store, next Wednesday evening. Crowded Out. Several communications have been received this week, which we are compelled to lay over on account of the heavy pressure of new advertis Ing on our inside. They will appear next week. - Lutheran Services. The English Lutheran Church has .. secured the services of Rev. D. W. Kinsell, of Evansville, Ind., who will preach the coming Sabbath at the usual hours. Mr. K. comes highly recommended as an able minister an...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
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