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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 19 June 1857

Select Poetry. Til fnolnwln lino were sent to tlio fimexCnunty MHWhl)UetU.AgrluulliiriU Fair, held atNewburjr. on Inn Mill October. The Initial tell as tlisy ere bjr WainiiBi One mornlnftof (ne first Mil Pnll, Poor Adam and Ills bride 8nt In tlie almdo of Kilen's wall But on the oglor side. Hhe, bhiahltm 'n ' Ag-lmif milt, For the ebueto frnrli ofold, He, sighing o'or lili blttor ftuit, For Eden's grapes 01 gold, t Behind them, smiling in tlio muni. Their fnrfoli snrdon Inyi Before them wild with rook end llmrn. The dotort stretched nwny. They heard thelr nbi.vo Hi tin fanned. A light atop on the sward; And lo! they law hofure them nluiiii The Angel of the Lord! "Artsol" he laid, "why look buliiml, When hope Is hII before, And pntleut hand and willing mind, Your loss may yet restore "I leare with you a Hpt'll whom; power Cnn mekn the doaerl)ilnd. Mtkitd ll turuuiul ou fauilaiui Uuwr . Aa fair m fcdou had. . . "I clnthoyourhnt with power Ui lift The cum from oil your Hull; Your very ...

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 June 1857

gaKforh Jrfffrs0ttion. I I t I Editor. S. A.rEAR, fi'SVLf . OHIO: FIDA, : : : t ( ( Jon. J9tb, 1557 Old. Federalism Newly Vamped With Modern Democracy. lit not a little traogo lit this ate daj, to find a party (hat claims pfeacent, in a flirect line, from the part of Jufllraon and Madison, la orlag with o njnch seal to strength en the Federal Government at thu (expense of the State to fritter .way all that it left of State rights pr Bute sovereignty, to secure to thr jGeoeral jfyovet-nraont undisputed, ar titrarj war. The time was, when the two parties that divided up the people of this country, were known as Federalists and Republicans. The Federalists aimed at the aboli tion of State Sovereignities, and the Ftfalinhment, instead, of ono con olidatod govornment, to which was Jo be entrusted ttio legislation need Hi not only in matters aflL-cting the fnteroutaol the country at large, but a those of a strictly local character. The party known then an the Repub lican, and subsequently...

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 June 1857

gttttcorA Iffffttonian. Editor. LOCAL MATTERS. LOCAL MATTERS. The Fourth Volume.--New Title. A'ilh this number we enter upon the jurlh volume of our ptptr . For three yesrs, tn the face ol many difficulties end discour ifements, we here tucceeded in furnishing out pitrom with, at least,' tolerable degree of regularity, an out and out Republican pa per. Ana we nave to ssytnstin aomgiim, we have had lo rely on our own resources lone, having had to bear, perionally, all the lotiet incident to the probationary period ol political paper, in aection in which there wai auch an oddl agsinst tl.e party whoie principle it especially advocated. True, we were kindly favored by per ion 1 friend in Pindlay, with the loan of few hundred dollar, at moderate rate of inter eat, but have never received one dollar of a gratuity, from any one. Blnce, therefore, the Republican of thia County, have pa pet established on a firm basis, without hav ing had to run any risk themselves, or suf fer any pecuniary...

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 June 1857

I I if 'V ! ' ' aEataaraai K. A. IHi,l. ' ' ',. 1 J. II. i'OSTKH IMrMirr.iHht' an PaiMtri, i.y Kit as i fit Col Ita, . fftx Cot lea, .INI ,? '" I't.ua . mim tVnil hi'Im! aai PROPOSED CONSTUTITION AMENDMENTS. AMENDMENT NO 1. McsorW Pit limtrnl AttmUauf M Rfari nf C.11ircc r.lii M tl . mvinl" rs e'teied to en.h House cineiti ring therein, That It to umi terfbyis proposed to the eluetoi ot'tl.is Stito o vewrii the fecund Tuesday of fMnber next, v. pen 0:e npfercftsa pi TO Sctton of the fnllowittf wnrr.4jji.tM a A BistJ1n1o fed- the tweiiU--firth fcoetfiiftol ttaattorid Article oniioC'uiilntuHi n annlirrlbe second Seclon ..r tnc t -mo Article, kiidl'or the third Section of ti c eleventh A'tl H. Tin All rewuiur sessions ol the General As sembly shall ooiuriicncc on the runt Monday of Janum-v. annus nr. rcniuon ainui cw cicltu Meoniay. Mil Represent.'!! vis niitntnlly, by tho llectora cf their ro-'iecliVft counties or itlsfrMne) on the second Tiior.J.iy of Oetnbor. TlioiT term tif oflloii...

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 June 1857

Select Poetry. Select Poetry. Hymn of Nature. BY W. O. PEABODY. Ood tiffho earth's ester dd plains! The dark Kreen field contented lie; Th muntiilns flue like holy lower, i Where raaii nilcht commune withtlio ky The tnll cliaNhiiliensMthe atorrn WThat Invert npon the rale below, here shades fountain (end their HI mm joyous music lu their way reams, . Cod of the dark and heavy deenl ir,P., WV " 1"'PI" the minds Till tlio norco triimtml nf tl.n .1, ...... Hath aummon'd up their thundering bands; una mo wnuo anna aro anahod like liuiui Or liurry, treitflilinK, o'er the sen, Till, rulmed liy Theo, Iho sinking Bulo Morciioly breathes, Depart lu lVnco. HJimI of the fores!' solemn shad.-! The grandeur of the lonely tree, Th.it wreailca slnd- with tho cale, l,HT,up admiring ve to Thee, Tllil morolnajrsllc far tliey stand. When, hide by side, In rank their form To Wave on hl(n ihrlr plumes of irvvu. And light their battles (rllh the Klorm. find of iho high nnd viewless alrl Where, aumuior hr...

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 June 1857

neilYlng Uio tlmt when we enine occur .Lrth Tht amount of bslnnras anil rti'bt . n.1 due t.'l .o bn.ucl.es ol Ilia bank m r . ' . .. - -.... Hiii 4 itlta hanka nnt ul n-m", hK.fi'h fi' Mr"""' due lo dapoaltorai HxU tit amount of i.ebts awl llah.1 ttiea ia ovorr duscripliou, and the grentcu iro.it.il since ! m.tkiii of Ilia Ut prevlo. a at 'it f mant siwcil'viiigtho time when thesani. nc'viniil. aaaxh.hlied by the weekly stun Iti.Ml of I ha branf hi ...... . Sevenih Tii lot il am.uu.t of dividend di' Urd on tlie duv of milking the stutcmenf. KigLt Tbe itiu.innl ul old d silver cm. avl bull an belonging to am i. brunch, and n. i.saaiinni Ilia time ol nukinc Ilia simm 1 ...... .., minium tha inimui.t ofe'M'lr, NlnlhVrbe amount aubimii to be diuwn Sittht. Ill ITOIU 11110 vvor mi-ii mm i imi Kusit Willi tolvetu spaciy lying win in iw iiiiesof Sew Ynik, 1'iilid.ilpli. i. 1W..11 ll.ill Tmiih Tti am unit then 011 bawl, of hill or note. .ue.i ny iiiHnriii'i i hi ii" 'i '"i.w the iiin.Hinl na...

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 June 1857

nrorR eisu uu irenMS OK ADVERTISING: , mmm fin nOSor 1PSS1 3 WeeKS II no squnre six montliB J OUO r . ono veur " . ' . . . .. l An iir column u. .. . - - no do do d 45 00 LOCAL MATTERS. LOCAL MATTERS. [...]rearages. - i ............i.tii. ajBDiavBi r ii nri run . . L .1 1. n rj ndtnlml Itia fifiali IN.I.m number of our olJ subscribers owe us ir entire subscriptions, from the com- .iMM.nl it t C rmt t, n I i m a tin in filal January last. We have teen to the en tine of tending a collector around once, i iince, been to the trouble of lending m their accounts, yet we have not heard in IIICII) ... ....,... ...... oney very much, to meet clmmi that we .-.i i 1 1. r ....!..! v. I. . Inf1nhli.il tn tit inv l.inirer. Tliev ust pay Up. We hope they will comprc- eildtlns very mouesi mm, in me way oil unning. Dismissed on Bail. indlay; awaiting a trial on the charge ofj orse-ateating, was brought Lcfore Judge! nitki.et.uii oniuiuar evening msi. on he Judge refused to dismiss him from cus-! . ....

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 June 1857

. tl KAIi. aMIsnraadrivinlnr. i Print, TER1II PlKg'e Cepy, on yrar, Inadvanre, tl.flo M '44ra, . ! Ten . " " I '..on llfti'ri Corliss" IK.IW PROPOSED CONSTUTITION AMENDMENTS. AMENDMENT NO 1. TcWeM fcv IA OntmU A-rmUtof tkr fifth al Otax. Thrro flfihs of th smashe-si aim-i.,.! 1.. Kio. Tbrc-rlfihs of Ov ems! her -locted I..: acb Hnrwon-TTlnvHTTiii. Tlnvf It (a- mid. tiarehv ra iifoljo-nd Vi the eWe1T f ltd State to tio on inr so nns iiH-mav-ei 'H-iouer neai.t up the approval or leievtlun M the followimr t-tnendnictri- mi a S'ltrvrie rur uio twcoiy luili Section oft'ie -crrt Arln.lv uf the Constitution aiidir the yi-end IVeliuii of thesamo Article, ntid Prr the Third Section of the okventb Aril iio,ii All n-giilart "loiiiii.f tlmfierieral An 5 vmbly shall commence on Hit ilrtt Monday 0I1 nnuary, annuallv. Hi :cit,,is slisll Im 1 Imieilj Melin'tiUv, and flcpri.61 nliit ti-s annually, by 1' c elloclors uf Ihilr ri..peoin enmities or xii.lil.ia ou the lecnnii I -h.-b.ihv 1.1 iN imrr I l,...

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. — 17 July 1857

Select Poetry. Remember the Poor. It fearfully tnoweth, And bitterly bloweth; Thou oould'st not endure The tempest's wild power Through night's dreary hour, Then pit the poor? flememher the poorl ?'he father lying n that hrrel, dVltiJt With sickness of heart, No voice cheers hla dwelling, Of Joins' love telling, Era Ufa shall depart. ' Be member ttie poort The widow is sighing, The orphans are erylng, Half aUr ring for bread; In mercy be speedy To succor tlio needy, Their helper ladaadl Remember the poor! The baby la sleeping, Its cheeks wet with weeping, On Its mother'a fond breast: Whose cough, deep and hollow, Foretells she'll soon follow, Her husband to rostl Remember the poorl To him who aid Inndnth, Whatever ho aponduth, The Lord will repa; And sweet thought shall cheer him, And God's love be noar him, tn his dying dayl I mm Select Story. Select Story. ONLY ME. BY FRANCES D. GAGE. "We aro in need of somo new;8CU chairs, husband. Shall 1 call at1 Scaritt & Nason'f this morn...

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. — 17 July 1857

ft. A. ir FAR, i t i rnnot FJNDLAY, OHIO: PBIDAY KOHNIWO, Inly 17th, 1807, Will UUVKRNOII, S. P. CHASE. Decision of Judge Leavitt. Jndgo LAvmho8dicl.arKed t.o.mon pepnty Un.tcdttatcallar8l.nIi, wl,o were taken oat of tlio hand of tlieLui. State authorities on a writ of habeas. opinion, has taken oocasion to docido in substance that no Uuitcd States officer it liable to be ar rod tod for a writ oi naoeat, The Judge, in giving hia any offence committod aganut the;.. i r.L c . i i , laws of the State, so long as he is en gaged in discharging tho dutioe of auch officer. According to hii opin ion, it is enough to know that such person is a Federal officer to exempt him from arrest. This is in entire keeping with tho deportment ol thu General Government, of lato. it is another development ot V jap-'' oy to centralization ffHlur govern ment it is undisguised Federalism and nothing elso. The Democracy that aro now en gaged iu adding to tho present over grown power of the general govern ment...

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. — 17 July 1857

Hancock Jeffersonian. Hancock Jeffersonian. S.A. SPEAR---Editor trr rr b ck.tLV.rvt.vx noted MIRK BRAnilOO MATTKH, THAI AW1M 0IUCB PAPKR P.VEH PVBIJSIIKD 151 HABCOftK CUVKTT. LOCAL MATTERS. A Merchant Mlll.Naw that we have a prospect of a aunerabnndance of wheat in thia county, one oftwo good Merchant Mill in Findlay eem to be a BiaiDiaaTtai. There ia no other Improvement, wethink, imperative! called for a thia, The pre- ent facilities for the manufacture of flour, aro not sufficient to aupply the wants of thjiiM. county, and the consequence is that con-1 aumci. hive to pay a tariff on flour equiva - lent to the cost of transportation to mills at distance, and the return or the flour to market. Thia cannot be done at a lesa ex- peneethan one dollar ptr barrel) and thia expense imposed on the consumer, is an ad vantage to neither the producer nor the flour merchant; indeed it ia lost to the county al together. In addition to thia, the surplu to be disposed of, will be worth as much 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. — 17 July 1857

r JCAIte an Proprietor. Prliitrlr. TERM t aTSnarle CafTt "fear. In advance, U C1Ha, M a M .( T H M H 4.IK nitmi Coptr a I saw . A. PKAR. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. I t .... CK JUrKKHHoKl.tn Ixm.h mid J.1 Job Printing MnM.-Tho Publishers hnv ins procured a large supply of various kinds ww it, sua listing, m suuoesauu operation VUI Ul LAWYER'S JOB POWER PRESSES, which lire (he bust Jon PitrtrKii nnw In use, and la capable or throvrme. no rimtn niKimrniH sessions rm norn. arc proparcd to do hII kind nf Job Work, such a Carda. I'lnln and Ornn mental; Circulars, Posters, Hlntiks. KIM Henri, Programmes. Picniphlcta. Ao. With their urea- lit facilities, (hey feel confident (lint they can give enure sunsinciion, mnii aa ii regarus ex ecutlon unci Uie rale cluugcd. PHYSICIANS. TVHt SCNTrllKlN, has niHile arrangements JLr to he constantly on hand at his ofllrn, (ul the residence or Dr. Horbcr. on the unrlli-wcst corner nl Main Crow mid Want streets, weal of the court-house,) prepared 10 kiu iiu i mi...

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 August 1857

Select Poetry. TWENTY YEARS AGO. t'n wandarad to the vlHaga, Toot, I've sat beimnth the trot ttpoa She tolionl-koiim ply(trn8nl, .That tulUrYd you sail Hlo ' Hut noua were there to nrf et me, Tom, For tern wrm left yell , That played with u upon the green, lust twenty year ago. TIM (mat im Jnst m KTean, Tom, Barefooted bore at play. Wars sportl-it;. fuiit aa mi did tlion, WllhrtrHJtegr Bui the motor Sleope upon the hill, WbCh, coated o'et with snuwr, Aflbnled ua a aUiUa plana, Hume twenty years ago. Th old Relinolhonse la altarcd some; The benches arn replarcd. By new onoa vory like tho imo Our wik-kiiv had ilcf.u-r-il, But tho tame old brink an) Id the wll, inn lien awinic u nun iro. It ainalr'a Jii"t the damn, dear Tom, 'twa twonty jenrs ago. The spring thut ImliMod 'nenth tho hill Cliwe by the spreading hunch, It very lowj 'twita once an hiith That wnenuld warcely rearh; And kneeling down to take a drink, Dear Tnm, I alarted Do, Ta think bow very mnoh fvo changed Hiiko twonty yea...

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 August 1857

l'4itor FINDLAY, OHIO; FRIDAY MOEIIIO, Aug. 7th, 1857 fl. Am FAK, I t KB COVBKWOK, O. P. CHASE. Who Opposed Investigation. The people will probably not have forgotten, the bittor opposition uoade by tbe Democratic party to the ap pointinont ot oommitleea to examine I oto tbe condition of the various jn efitutions undurthe care of tho State, as to bow thoy had boon conducted what disposition had been made of the money appropriated, and whether dobU had been oontrac'ed Uyond the appropriation, in viola tion of an express provision of the Constitution, and whether the lawn had been complied with, in the man agement of tho Public Works, State Treaeury &c. It will bo rocollectod lhatiho Democracy denounced this nttasare, and vilified those who fa tored St, aud that every Democratic member of the lata Legislature, not only labored night and day to defeat it, but alter tho bill had passed thoy refused to allow one of their men to ecrve on any of the Committees thus constituted, going s...

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 August 1857

. X i. T 1 ' -' -: a. A. arCAI. 1 X H. rOOTKR. JOtflta nd JPiwfaletor. . I i i Print n lETl VT BE CAREPULIV NOTED . the HAHriKK jerFERRONIAIt Is Ma aft ha I, AROKWT OoMiiiy fapT ll.b. In Ok to, an) contains ONR THIRD ' HIORB MAOITO.MATTBH.THJB All IVTHRH PAPER KVKlt PUBLISHED 1M HA0OC'K CXNJMTT. LOCAL MATTERS. Fremont & Indiana Railroad.— li PDnililniort, President of th Fremont A In- dlana Railroad, loll uns piare lor new iorx, on Wednesday, to see to the shipping of thr rallf. engines, Au., fur this road."- Frtmxmt Journal . The iron, we learn, is te be furnished in mill lots, sufficient to lay tome six miles at time. Before those lota are delivered, or rather when they are delivered, one half the value has to be paid down in cash, and for the other half are to be given the bonds of the Company, in such a wsy a to make the Directors of the road personally responsible. This being the dilemma in which the Di rectors are place J, they will not feel secure' to proceed in the purch...

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 August 1857

it. ivsiKn. '&Uior and Paoprletor. tHliitcl. IHJW Single Op1, cW pear, la advance, I.M) Al loplt.. v " i.ml T -" ' ' ? ""j . h nasi ft UlmOt V AV , ,l.oo miJUixi."iiuCtL PROPOSED CONSTITUTION AMENDMENTS. i Illt.VTS. , AMENDMENT NO. 1. - sW hi, ihf ihwral A.'tmUy nf tht fitalt Co, TUreu Unlit .f tho mi-lnlicn elected In Mi h Hon eoncerrliig therein, Tlml it ha and hereby U propound In the elector or this Slate Ox) Vole on the second Tuesday of October next, upon the approval or leiectuin ol tin; lollowint! aaendinenrtM a an-il Utile lor tho iwontyufth ;Bo Honoi thesenond Annie of the Constitution hTdfbrttnfSiatona section of The sjhiu Article mul Tor lli llih-d Kxrtiou or (hr eleventh Aril . tfii: All ri;itl:ir kniiiiHf Ui (ji'iicil As Mibiy stiaffcomnieni'e on the-lint Monday of January, auiiuiiuy. nnmiior snail ou eieueu biennially, uml llcprosciitutivca annually, In Hi ellec'lnre of I Iml r respective counties or districts on thu second Tuesday of iJolnber. Tlie'r turpi ofutll...

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. — 14 August 1857

Select Poetry. THE CURSE OF SLAVERY. AA IfeMMAigfallht. whtn other fleet, , t Bell UOoS fly tatlim; AM fM UflVinw dart an dp, ,4m:pae ollHil, ever twill 1 ' .Adored toy auh infernal, J eomiaMonk your Ran to w0, 'AaffeT4oathetriill (ttVeifs are yeti front, Mii h-lead demand T Whatraakeeyoe look 40 rrantlsF Art you from Carolina' strand, Jut wastof Ut AUanUot Art rt (h wad of blood and birth, rbavoid of trarnan nnlliif r tV ru)Q i m ui luioa earth, . . Jo human atti delln. Whnt tout Win Mood end rapine stained, WWh deed of orlm to dark It: Wo drove od'e tmam etarv'd ud chaln'd, Xeutllk biuti of market) Who tor lb Infant from the breast That you might toll it'i tnothor, Whog cravlne mind could norer rest. Till you bad fold brother; HTlie gar the eaerftnwnt to tho, WltuH chain md hnnd-CHSs rattle; WIiom uaok loon after full tby blown, Mure heavy than thy oatllo. I'm from the South the ghost repeated, Ana i wnm inere a leacnor; Saw men hi halna with laughing eyei, 4 wh a aouuiern preacne...

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. — 14 August 1857

. JL. ttKAlt. -I 1 J I Editor FIX PUVV, OllK): rtXHf MtidilHQ, Ang. Utb, 1857 Republican State Ticket. F&Ll5'"r. cnAlt, ll.n.fltoo, W nilrtinif Oarrt-Sur,.- kLLTo ncllrf, pf 7'ruinkoJI. iV Te.rr e Mal, :y. . eoM, r rmnkUn. AXIDisO . Rt'ilCI.r., of I Hilton. Kr &rd at Puhlic !, JlcOii SUJt'KKtSUIiiltKFIt, of I nwftniTifl. Breslin's Bonds. TheDcinocrAcy in 18j3.ru their 8ih ot January Convention, pmeed a res elt.tlou jo favor o an Indopendent Treasury, Ant) tho sauiu year elected their cauflldtKe iorlJo.voctior (Medill) candidate for Trcninrcvl$f cslin,) and tiocretaiy of Slate .(Trevitt.) and a large majority of the Legislature. TbUsmoli?guJlatre refused to pa any act fort ho establishment ol' an Indrpeudcut Treasury, and not this, but faLLed to puss any law ru- ouirino- eomnohut security of the lauc U which the iniUiu iiioiu-y waaVibe depoaittd. Broslin tlic Treasurer, moreover, waa pt rinilted ia have the control of the Trcatmry, for nearly ten moutha without giv ing' bonds...

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. — 14 August 1857

Hfv M a J O f-L O cK'Jmcfdanidn I Li . A. IPBAR, 1 J. II. POITKR, '. I ) ( o C4 a Wwawatta. LET IT. BE CAREFULLY NOTED that tta HANCOCK JHPFKHIIONIAN aaaf tba LARUKaTC'Mirtjr Pti nnh- IMk4 In Oh. mMl cswiI.Iim Owls THIHI MOHI RRAniNd HlT.ll, THAU OTHKR PAPFK rVBanMUIHEU IN HAVCOCK COUNTY. ,. I. LOCAL MATTERS. LOCAL MATTERS. Sandusky, Indiana & Louisville R. R. 'Weal convinoed from tlia seal that manifesto i by the friends of Ibis rood, and tbe energy and perseveranreof the Director and officer! vonneclec wnti it, trim tne nay it not fir distant when we Will havo a rond lunning flora Urn north-eastern to the south western prt ol Indian, connecting on the north-west at the male line in nanuoipn vo., Ind., with the Fremont and Indiana road, which commences t sanuusay, uaiie r.rie, and terminate! at the Ohio State line, about twelve milee north-easto! Winchester, ttun dolph Co., Ind, The length of ilie Fremont and Indiana rosd la about one nunureu anu thirty nii'ea. The heavy T tail...

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. — 14 August 1857

Aaetlierlued PiufHleej , Prlnti TKRMSI Caay, la advance, t-'WJ, VMb ..- . ) ti iatt mi H.I.A.-1 13.00 .B .w l1fiIIIMIIlinl,IUIied fi PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONS AMENDMENTS. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONS AMENDMENTS. AMENDMENT, NO. 1 IwM t IIW (Mtf A.r-wV sV Htatt ol Ohio, Three-lift vt tli.rtibCT eluded uJ hi aviiH wmirrmrwint maiiiuvauu bandy I prgpogd to elwrtor of this Mime to Tot oa tot second Tuesday of qatoher noxt. upon the approval oXtWautiuo of tliefullowine amendment u a lustiafie Ar th twenty fifth Daouonoi iMttooiw aiaicie onus consniuuoii Ldnf MOOnelloa of the mm.) Article. audfdTWe UilrctHAotloei of the olf ff-nlli Arti cla, wit: All retlstaj-. sessions of the Gonornl As erobplualleoiBjDacon 1na flrst Monday of January, artsMr rtiUoni aiull b elected biennially , awl 'riepretfeiiiaa'vbs niiailall, li the eHSatorf ( 'ttielrtraqiaclive roiinti or msteasssaoit-iaseoeoisi TummA) or ucteuer. Their temj otofflce shall commence on the fliti day ofJeiiuary next after their election, ami th...

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