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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 9 April 1869

YOUR HOUSE. Be true to yourself at the start, voung man, I - .JlewyunioT.udlDd:", . . F.rMUiuldour Imuka mark Well tJ cpet, Test all the gmnnd, anil Imild vou not I ---- r 't On thosuud or the slinking sod. . . b- " ... Digjdig lie foundation deep, young man. Plant firmly the outer wall : Let fue preps IV strong, and the roof le high. Like on open turret toward the skv, Tlironglilacli In., tail's Rv.s tuny foU. Let this he the room of the soul. yottiiiflitaTi When shadows shall herald' carv. . A cliamber with never roolKr t hutch To hinder the, ltjrht-or door or latch To shut hi Uic spirit's prayer: Build sto'srand. sore; His for life, voting man i . i A life Cn.n oirtlivVs the breath ; -.f, ' " foe -who shall cximutv the Holv Word"? J Tlteir words do follows hem,"' a id the Lord, , .. - i. "Therein there In no (tenth." Build deep, and liwh.'a u;l broad, youn? man, .. j- - A the uoetUul cu.-demands: "Let voiirlille-diMHLi.lic duar and rri'ir. V Till xu t-nu your claim to the fjmi vi...

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. — 16 April 1869

) ' : ' " : : r r ir-? &' - - . - .. . k 4 , r . - ' ' 1 . . 1 SB G. DeWOLFE & CO., Proprietors. , s yol:?.txoxiii. Uyiii l 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 Lincoln. TEfiMS-Two Dollars Per Annum. 11 FINDLAY, OHIO, Fit IDA V MORNIXG. APJUL 16, ISM. WHOLE NUMBER 828. THE HANCOCK JEFFERSONIAN. o. J. tE WOLFE, ) DC W OLI'E, fitmliitky fgrrrt : Firtt Donr EaJtof Putt Office. .2 X L.1 J One oopr, one rear KiT months i M ' " 1 - I' - j M b1' -a RAJES Am EajptsG.' j' tt 5 - 2 At ! I J 2 Mi: 2 ail 4 i 8 do I 2 :: oo 4 do I 3 0l: 3 -to; fi do 3 .W 4 5u -I- 4 oni s (. 7 on in in 4 at! 6 Ui; ti l.i i 3 M 4 Ai 5 ii 7 Wi 11 UH 17"' 4 iii S im 7 i 10 i H 21 1) r. Ail ai! 9 Ml' 12 I17 2-". 2.. ( - -..i 1 c J...L ? iM.i. itfti O ltft!l f mi I: IKI IU' .t-iil T ivi.i T i w: " - jr.ii-. .... i o.l.J U (iu;li fci.Jl OJa iii ww Tlie Kpaee occupied by ten lines of this t j 1? Marriage and lieaili Inserted gr...

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 April 1869

Published Every Friday. OFFICE: iuidL SL,rt tor ItsL tf Post 6I. TERMS- 2 00 Per Annum in Advance FINDLAY, o. IRIDiT t t f t t APBII.1C.1M. THE NEW RECONSTRUCTION BILL. This important measufo was pass ed by.botjr Housespf Cpng.ress.j;rc rlous to adjournment. It gives the President power to order aa election in either of the reconstructed States. States shall ratify the loth amend ment before they shall be admitted . ' .. ... -i, ji-- - u .r .l ... it ianuer uewarw iai csca t vnwe-s-b- to' represeiitalioa.. i 'The bill was taken up ia tlifi -Senate xn the Sth-as " r.'l J soon as me session oegxn, anu w , passed kta. quarter past three by a vote of 43 to 9. The only Senatorial amendment made wa that offered by Uri Morton, which prevailed by 30 . to 20, RepobUeans,, in opposition being Anthony,. Boraman, Conkling, Edmunds, Fessen'den, Ferry, Patter on, Thayer, Spraguc, Trumbull and ' Willey, thongh these all voted for the ' bill on its passage... The three hours were mostly occupied by...

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 April 1869

hf gather!: grifosctuan -ClrclatiuB double that af any otn - i april 16, FRIDAY, ;: . OUR NEW ADVERTISERS, And perhaps some of oar readers will say tless Ihem ; buftliey will all go and trade with theui readers loTe good bargains. B r .. first comes our old incnaf, J Kemble & Co. That tip top bnsi ness man, Henry F, '. Winders, oftbis Crm, has just returned from the East where he has bought as large an as sortment as was ever brought to this place, and the gentlemanly clerks are at work putting them away and preparing for trade. We stepped in the other day and found them so crowded that we couldn't get in a word edgewise. Then comes the new firm of J. J Wheeler A , Co. They are hard at work in the same way ; and we are , much mistaken if our readers do not find it a splendid place to get bar gains. Their goods hare been bought under the supervision of the senior member of the firm, and are well worthy of an examination by buyers. The new firm of Green fc Carson also pay their, r...

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 April 1869

POETICAL. THE RUINED HOME. TMU through the nisl.t its windows at. itt heart U to tterk ami oM; ;- It tands forlorn as it aware 1 .That it is tone aim om. i . . .Like lower ilrK before it 4)aii l ' ..u - 1 . ... b t li.rl.t f l,&lllUH . . Mi luunxttiat lurid theViwn ; Looks iu cold pity down. It roof to clad with heavy snow, Aud -through itsbroken door Toe whitened Diid has dared to blow And drift Uie eiie-'ries floor. V O iAh'rfaVfiii'la' ' ii WuQMiiwid ljirt.lto ami, A snow-dn!t liken trinwrpiive.. Is moulded by Uw storm. tileno"WOTr!d be in every room Were not me wmos ut wnir . They beat about ami make the gloom , t-am full t ghostly yir, ,.(( . ' With every movement of tliei)tst Old voices ui aruuiro ; Old form Old formcouie tlirongunc from the past. llut sueh sweet preaeni laeks itapfoof;- The time muK ago Ulu n unuW ruiu beut on thai root, ' And happy hearts below., j , Such once were therm, tail now they all i . - Otr pteaiiira maka tt gy- "- Tim aU that Deth U claim h" .t...

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. — 23 April 1869

a p-&i tcjmk iw;.' f . . . .. i "' -- " f e' 4 . J E GK DeWOLFE & CO., Proprietors; Let as have Faith that Eight makes Might; and in that Faith let us to the end daro to do our Duty as wo understand it Abraham ; Lwcoln. "'" ' 1 'l " 'TEBMS Two Dollars Per Annnmi ' i . "T" FINDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY -MORNING. APRIL 23, 1869. cn p: -.tj - r-r .1 , . WHOT.T! "NTT M "RPR S9Q - . 1 . .t -i "lU J. . c-r f. 4 . ' !t V "s - " 7TT- - ,-,r- 11 1 m 1 ME ANCO.CE 1 : '"'- ""'I fciiv . a,,- ,., . .. ... ' J i. J . - . 141 - -- ........ . ".J . . - - - ,," J THE HAKCOCK JEFFEBSfllAN. C G. 4. J. DE WOLFE, ) lE VOLTE, f HtHdmilrg Ktrrtt: Fir Ihor Euutnf Fbtt Office. ("One copy, one year TERMS:-' Mx month (.Three utoulii,... ..12 no .im KATES OP ADVEKTISIXG. pel s-i lj re l txti i i oo s 4 fi, 6 m 7 oo io on ' S do 8 do 4 do ' do I ?ool! 1 SO 2 M 2 60 4 4 &0 6 i uti J ", (JO Z 001 S HO I 001 OI' U' V VU v 1 w 8 00! 3 Sui 4 OOi 6 Wit 7 00"10 14 21 00 .3 SO) 4 601 6 aoj 50! 0 00 .12 0" 17 i Si 0...

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 April 1869

Published Every Friday. Sanduskj St, Tint Baar East af Post Office. TERMS-w2 00 Per Annum in Advance; . A. "V ljO. APr"X23l6, FBI DAT. is I Great Inducements! 500 NEW SUBSCRIBERS WANTED! i. -f Wishing Jnerew-lbg eircuIaion of the Jeffeesokian to at least 2000 xopiesl3yTliel8loT"July,"we will , xoase .ue showing; rppusitjuD, yiz We will furnish a copj of tne Jefp. '--one year, and "Bilker of Uie following - poblieatioDs for inetptices annexed 1 'HV, cli Harper's Mommy. . H arper' WeeWy- .. 50 4 SO 4 50 , .The Uula For the Ladies. Harper' Bazar i wwtlyj . 4 .TO .- , 4 oil 1W . 8 ( . 1! 2i Oo I ' Udy" Book J .adieu Expository . Arthur's j t Home uujar-ine.. nal J Tlte Woiuhii'k Advorute For Farmers. . S (W . 2 . 2 60 The Prairie Kumn-r.... American AirrirulturiKl Kami Journal For Young Men. '. 2 30 Packard's Mont lily. For Young Folks. . . t "lO . 3 UO Little Corporal.. The Children's Hour. Oolden Hours For Teachers. .!M - 3 00 American Educational Monthly. .. Hilo Kdueatkinal Mouthly ...

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 April 1869

WONDEBFUL -AND STARTLING NEVVSi JustEeceived! F ' JO PARIS NOT ONLY RANSACKED, As well as other Millinery Points, but completely . i- Miss Lydia Comer, THE FASHIONABLE MILLINE2, With Ever Smiling ConntenanceLaa. just returned FROM THE EAST, 3 Selected Stocks of? , MILLINEET GOODS F.rer on Exhibition. AT ifnu 8pr23n49tf. Circulation double tliat of any other paper la Hancock County. FRIDAY, f APRIL 23, 1869 Mite Society. - ihe Lutheran Mite society win meet at the residence of Mr. E. Bacher, North Findlay, Wednesday evening, April 28. Thanks. We are under obligations to W. Vf; SiddalLl Esq,' for the very full syn opsis of Court proceedings for the April term. Early Vegetables. r UICCU IV VBIDUII Will cept oar thanks for a basket of early vegetables, fresh from the Cincionat U market. Enterprise will nlxxi tad tney are. moving things f A Large Egg. A friend has placed a hen's egg on our table which measures seven inches in circumference one way and eight and-a-balf inches the ether. H...

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 April 1869

POETICAL. WOUNDED. lUllt sr!-rJ mie following Is one of the finest battle po ems prod need by an American. Ito author U J. W. Watson, of New York city, who is claim ed by a New Orleans lady, In the "Crescent,' to be the author of "The Beautiful Snow." Ready, boya, steady ! ' Keep your arms ready t God only kauws wiiom we may meet here. Don't let me be taken ! - I'd rather awaken. To-morrow, ill no ruattetxliere, ' Y Tkan Be in U.i!Toufi pshiole over there. fcj. kaW - v -a. Ktep slowly ! , Speak lowly ! , may have life, 1 Lay me down in tliio hollow ; STTTIS autaavmame4iM Sow? me tn blood; t or thte hole in iny breast is outoouring a No ! no sumou for me. lie can at ve me no aid; The sureeou I want in a pick and a spade. What. Morris, a tear ? why shame on ye. man mi I thpuchj, foil a uro ; f ait. in - oep""' Well ! well ! I am rough 'Us a very f rough .... m .ia.r I i .ti I itl4 m. tmraxjivbljt vet I'm UO ofoolJ a friend from a foe And, boys, that you love me, I certainly kow When t...

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 April 1869

- . , ;-, ' ' " ! .;,.; i.)1Ji-.,.!v;.ii.. ' " r m 1 ti I f c-- " T!0,i L '' u v -Jr,T iirjL-'.-r-Li i-. 'is.tu 1 flE:MM30CK JEFElfMlMK? &aDEWOLFE&COroprieto '; , 'Ut mhe IMth'thk Eight makes Migk nod MWMSlA SSt U : - 'liJdu-i rVOL. XVJSO. L. "! .:;.. ..... i. ; ' . . j ! 1 i i FINDLAY; OHIO, FKIDAY MORNING. APRIL 30, I860. WHOLE NUMBER 830. mwi E. . IF. WOI.FI. 1 Editors. Sandusky 8trrt .- FVnrf -r Hill of Putt 0lce. ( One copy, one yer... ?2 m l ti ill itnB:JNX moiuiis.. (.Tliree motiUis KATES JF A1)VEITISIN: IK U !-? Efi Ej! a x lsq're, 1 m l SO , 1 Ok 2 00 2 50! 8 00 2 0i S 4 Oft S (i 7 Mini 2 da 3 do 4 do 6 da ool. $ooL 1 cot 8 (ui! 8 001 in s so, 4 so; 5 oo 7 w;n v 3 00 5o 4 Oo! 5 W 7 0!110 Oft M i 21 tl S 501 5u: 9 ti 12 Oil 17 2V 5 Ui 8 00 7 00! 8 0IH 9 W' 12 00 lo i 1? Oo' 31 0 I.12 W Id 00.20 () 28 on S7 Si 00 12 00,20 00 St 00 35 00LW iw.ii". 00 IoouO ' The spare fleenpied by ten lines of tld tyj oonsutuiec square. Marriage andle! hs Inserts (?rtis. lutX2JIt .rioa...

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 April 1869

Published. Every Friday. OFFICE: Sasduskj SL, FirsHsor tnof Post Office. ., i T I TERMS-$2 00 Per Annum in Advance : t APRIL SO, 1869. FIIB1T, l t THE SEMI—CENTENNIAL ANNIVERSARY OF THE SEMI—CENTENNIAL ANNIVERSARY OF ODD—FELLOWSHIP IN FINDLAY. FIFTEEN LODGES REPRESENTED. FRATERNAL RE-UNION. i.. -'j'.j?Utifth. -AnniyerBr7j of: tie , fouadiog 3fiC.Od4 Fellowship in the United State, jwaa appropriatel cele .jr& hc9led 19 tkifl fdaco last Monday.-! Ar rangemenU Jial'leen made( for the : - running a Tepecial train ron the .t CSBcinuati.SavKlasky tanil Cleveland R. B and. nt Jl o'clock, the . train - to -arrived -with "delegation from Spring field, fiandrofyy Clyde,,' .Tiffin, Upper - .c Sandusky, Forest,' Carey and 7 Vanlue, These dJesatioiMt were ' escorted Lv t .i.? the:Gxninitteo on Reception, preced .l . ed by tlie Findlay Cornet Band, to the -.-. L. Q. F-Hall. , .f t.- : s , .-iiln the, mean time members were a j arriving rom,jLima, Bluffton, Eacle- :illc, Ottawa, Fostoriii Alt....

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 April 1869

WONDERFUL AND STARTLING NEWS! Just Received! PARIS NOT ONLY RANSACKED As well as other Millinery Tomta, but completely - CLEANED OUT. Miss Lydia Comer, THE FASHIONABLE 1LLINEB, With Ever Smiling Countenance, has just returned FROM THE EAST, "With one of the Largest and "Best Selected btocksof : MTT.T.TNERY GOODS F.Fer on Exhibition. DE1EIM BLOCK. apr23n49t jvClrcmlarJoa double that of any alb- cr paper la Hancock County. FRIDAY, i APRIL 30, 1869 Read our new advertisements. They are ao numerous, and our space so liin. - Ited, that we cannot enumerate them. Xlessn J. J. Wheeler 4 Co. and Barney; Snyder tt Co-, nay be found on our fourth page. Democratic County Convention. Thia body will meet on the 12th day of June , next, for the purpose of nominating a county ticket. Thanks. X. W. Apger, Esq.. the gentlemanly and ac- eommodating proprietor of the' Findlay and MoComb Hack, will accept our thanks for favors received. We recommend him to the traveling public, Thanks. Change of Time. T...

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. — 30 April 1869

POETICAL. [From Packard's Monthly, for May.] [From Packard's Monthly, for May.] THE SONG OF THE ANVIL. BY. N. G. SHEPHERD. v ' " Rlilit nifrtllyt ring. And uii1t i lie stroke of the hammer s, v;-cAtuuenU"u;I sing. ' ". ' " . t.. . ' Rrd glow the wide-mouthed furnace. The beav'ina bellow roar Tou can hear the lin? lungs panting Outside the open door. . it f I t TneV-niila'l ahtlwartnnd mighty-1 He lift liiKKlolKcon liitli. Then 11 nil full otitiie iron. And ihaapsukxall ravnd him fly. . With n ready voice I answer, And cheer liim with mv song; i iku . I Kiuc ttim whil.-lK-labors lsihgtqbira aUdsryMangi ' "' His arai i hr.i-iv?iy and powerful, Its strenetit fulL well 1 kimv ; 1 He strike Willi an earnest uiiioe. And heavily mis lu.-litw. . - . h i ' , c. . - - . j-e children stand in Hie doorway. : Kwhey Uve4ifcee hiin nwlnjr ' li ii-sledg b OS hi Khouldef, s - While cheerily I sltur, Mvvnlce goes 5ht (o tlie village ; Voo au huarjt uu-rwv. As I cheer, f he smith in iiislalmr inroiipj...

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. — 7 May 1869

zr3rrrrzznrrrz - ; . . - - i 1 s . st : . p .! " . : ! i. . " 1 J 5 4 " r r - - r - - - - E. G. DeWOLFE & CO., Proprietors- Let ns have Faith that Eight makes Might, and in that Faith' letWtoihe end'dalto do our Duty m we mideratani it Abraham Lincoln. TERMS Two Dollars Per AnnunL, 1 . t VOL. XV. NO. LI. Jb'INDL A Y, ' Q IIIOj FIU1)AY MORNING. MAY 7, 18G9. "WHOLE NUMBER 831. wwsamnmm BaadutkySm: Firtt Door Ismt of Pott Office. ( One copy, one year.. TERMS:-Mix monthR ..$2 W 1 do 50 KATKS OF AUVEUTLSING. el - 1 OH; 1 30! 1 iyi, S , 4 In a lt. 7 l oa I !'. 1 ow 2 ); 4 Ui: 4 ; im H mi' ." fm -1- 3 do 4 do 6 do Z .?! 3 Ui S ! 4 ;). 5 7 VI II or 3 3 frl! 4 5 i 7 lo 14 ' til J joi 4 ; 6 Ml it1 9 (Wl? tr.t 17 2". Si'i ooL S U 7 HO 8 9 ( 12 15 Ml 2! DO; 35 m 8 9 On 12 Oil 1 i ) 2K 'i 7 coL12 0u(15 00 3) UU.25 M d3 UI W 01) i Ui 100 ou Tbe anam occupied by tea Hues of tliia type eoinuvuie a nqutire. Marriage and beat hftinsertedzratis. hut out narleaaud noticeaof Bnevleiit SKi'ti's.Five ...

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. — 7 May 1869

fc gattr kgtfUmn Urn Published Every Friday. OFFICE: Sufcskj SL, First Dear Esst of.Post OSes: TERMS $2 00 Per Annum in Advance FINDL ay , o . rKIDAT. x t s MAT t, IMt. NEWS OF THE DAY. The Ohio Legislature adjourn to-day. fclj4efcfcni OMtlis In Mem' Crop accounts from all parts of Georgia are favorable. There were phia last week. The health of Alexander H. Stephen moch improved. The General Appropriation Bill was pasted by the Legislature on the 3d Inst. The French Government has ordered 100,600 Remington rifle from the United State. The Bocyros Machine Works were damaged by fire, on the 3d, to the amount of 120,000. CoL A. F. Eastman, the new Chicago Fast' master took possession of his office (Saturday. G. Q, Atkinson, Treasurer of the Baltimore and Ohio Bailroaddiecl suddenly Friday even ing. 1 ' The Legislature has passed a bill providing for the erection of a hew Blind Asylum at cost not exceeding $275,000. The yellow lever still rages In Peru. Indians in the Afequipa district ...

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. — 7 May 1869

WOHDERFTJL t - -r .- AND STARTLING NEWS! Just Eeceived! PARIS NOT ONLY RANSACKED, As well as other Millinery Points, bat completely CLEANED OUT. Miss L' THE FA&tUuAipflfty jTmn. fihli, With Ever Smiling Countenance, has just returned FROM THE EAST, With one of the Largest and Best selected Stocks of MTT.T.TNERY GOODS Fver on Exhibition. AT mm m BLOCK. apr23n49tf. I gattrMk grfUttonian AsrClrculation double that of any eth-r paper la Hancock Comity. FRIDAY, : MAY 7, 1869 L. E. & L. R. R. TIME TABLE. Took effect Tuesday, April 27, 1869. Ltare findlay.- Passenger.:; 5:20 a. m. .ijo p. lu. Accoiiuuotuilion and MmiI Arrive at Fremont. Passenger.. -.7:20 a. in. Accomuiodauon and Mail , p. ui. Leave Fremont. Accommodation and Mail f HXf UBer -- , ,, . ..MfcOOa-w. . but) ij. in. Arrive at Fmdlay. Accommodation aud Mail p. m. . oua p. in. Passengers leaving Findlay at 5c2i)a. nt., ar rive mi Cirvelaud an ItEiu a. Hi, and Tolctio at :.'iia. in. JiettrrntHg Leave Cleveland at 2i p. m, ...

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. — 7 May 1869

VIOLET TIME. Violet time is coiuc acain . moo wiore laugh in? ihwroqi tut tain, ... Fprin w-rttt miimv crown advances, Sunshine glittering on tus iance LonglVrltiRfth rainbow arch Greet hiSrouaUiii ' " Oreen his banners, end brae. From eeUtiec op ruBtling wave. Bird before bbneyjBaovAri : FaM alxtviim float th clouds; Swifter niarejok-incriyera; - . Sunbeam darts arc in bis quivers. . iWiVJSi! . . ' I Where he tread, primroses rise, . . And the. dairies ope their eyes ; ' ' Blaobbinia Ktrnc in every bnsli, -Aiwweriiig the merry thrush. .-' 5 - " Swallows are his herald's fleet; , Faster than the pulses beat; - - . Butteriiieo between thCbhowenv TU the ghid news to the flower. MO " "i' . -t- ... y. Onr old IDonarch. Winterti dead ; ' His crown In on another head j '! Bunlieam chase the en vious ruin ; Violet time ia cunie again. ' ' ' - ' Home, Farm and Garden. Preparing Seed Corn. A few years ago Dr. Chamberlain, 'of Bureau county, 111., made some practical experiments yith chloride...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 7 May 1869

Jsffsrscnian Extra. FIND LAV, 6., MAY T, 1 .;:. ; Assassination of President Lincoln. [From Donn Platt to Cin. Commercial.] THE MIDNIGHT RIDE T fvind nv.-pclf iu a country made (j qo;h liv 'lie ll-.unt ed tlie asar-sin 15ot'i. Tli joii!e nnieinmr yet, 'villi the live!i-t dissatisfaction, tln-ir ir- merit liv tlie iJovemincnt. Tin 'viiil e-xci'eineat liiat followed tin h'inib.e event exposed an w'in: .)ii!itry-i-il! to cruel idnme. Tin troops si lit out H-)fi tin? track ;i llii' t-ssassiii iniu'lit it-ve l.iid v. a.-U' all ! e'iiarie co'.irty wi'li'itn, ri-im.iiH'i ai.cc lroia tin; jiower at W.isiiinHiii l!i:it directed tue wardi. Teat Micii out rage was not done, is owinj to tin e -Risers in iiuiiiC.-iiat'i cniimand. TliU ia tlie one greai (Select in tlie character ot the mot-t mnarkulile inn the ir lirouciit into nolle'. f refer to K Iw in M S anion lie is us impulsive as a woman, and vin dictive as Satan. Tl.e Mind wiaU, that followed the crime defeated its own nds, and was produc...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 7 May 1869

Citizens, Attention ! If you want to rind the woi'kui iu of UogeriV Kiiunu'l, call two doors North ol the old establishment. Don't call at the tdl place. 01 they will tell you that I have played out" and lelt town. CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES. Pay no attention to my name on the Regulator at the old es tablishment, but hunt lor the 6ign with my name on it, two doors North ol the old place ol business, as that will not lie. lEIEIMIiEIMIIBIEiR,, ALSO, That I have just been to the city, and bought a carelully selected Stock of aUhss, (poclts anb 3ctuclrtf Which I will sell lor less money than any tt-er store in town. I. BOGER. Bring on your Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry and have them repaired on short notice and on reasonable terms. "jHtF'".lEA.M iKINT, HSII. A V, .

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 7 May 1869

OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. WASHINGTON, D. C. April 17, 1869. Correspondence Jeffersonian. J. M. ASHLEY'S APPOINTMENT. I thiuk the two words, "numbers" and "quantity,' may be Appropriate i. f i . r 1 1 . lyeuipiojeu i sy,mu v; differential peculiarities of the Ee- publican and Democratic parties. The former is assemblage of indi ., , , , 4, . v.duals bronght together by a com mon olject, but never coalesced Democrats sink their individualities and merge themselves uijiiistinguish- . ebly into one adhesive mass which, gives the impression ot bulk or quan tity, to be measured, not couuteo. Separable it may be ; but into parts, members: not into touaulete indi viduals. The Republican party n, iU pu.. u u. - nominations are u religion. The, -.. 1) Democratic party corresponds to the j ... i. ... ii .. .1 tl m;,J ciiu.i,uim uic. uc rFu..u.u party is n army oi oiuccrs, an ui equal rank, with noliody to command and nobody to obey, and who will all go together when they are all agreed and leel l...

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