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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 6 January 1865

fill 1 1 ,M'i ) .-.:-. A FAMILY N E W.SPAPEU--D E VOT ED TO NEWS, LITERATURE, ACn'.KTLTUEE', EDIT ATION, POLITICS, AND THE INTERESTS ' OF HANCOCK 'COUNTY. LOCKE & CHAMBERLIN, Proprietor ' FINDLAY, OHIO, JANUARY C, 18G5. , " . Volume 11 -Number 03. 13... U; mm OILS. OfiLSi' A COAL Off,, LARD Off., ,. v mil on., cTim inf., aWf.KI' on.. Very Cheap, at J. M. IIURERS' BOOTS & SHOES! We would .ijr to onr Customer! and il (it. that we Hie now prepared to inakn Homo. mole Bonis tiiitl Mutm ti color, wi. hall keep cointl.tnlly on hand a ic-nd itMort nienlul HOME-MADE WORK, find Mil warrciitiCt of our work In give t IxUcllnn. Call id ' tn. We -.hall also do nl. Kind of Hoot and Bliuc iiioinlilii. s-cnwAP. wnrnr.KR. AMERIC A N .1 A V A C O F v i: E . aVtp linrt and cheapest Coffee In the market. HK l!"od US Kin. Atone tinff Ih rrioe. Bold Whole-Saloand l,e Taleli W. I.. DAVIS FuiHlay. fry One Piieknne. J . O . BEACH. COMMISSION MKKCllANT AND PEAI.KK'IX GRAIN AND L R () D lT C K , 'JO V...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 6 January 1865

The News. 'tw Voir, Doc. 81. The Herald's . correspondent details tlie operations of lie lnntl forve against Fort Fisher. . On landing, ft rebel on tlio left of their lino of works at once ran out the wliito ting; ami there was a race between the troops and marines to nee which would firit reach the lmt- tprv and ohtniii the surrender. iTltc marines bavlnz the shorter distance pained the prize. Thus one hundred priioncrt wero jotted down to the urorlii of Admiral Porter. Central Curtis then removed Iiih troons nrt tho lionoli, toward Fort Fisher, cutting the telegraph com tnnninntinn with Wilmincton. Ahoul a nnnrter. of a mile from Fori Fisher small fort was reached, but It was evacuated on the approach; In thn meantime more troops wero land ed under Gon. Amej, and they were r'ished forward to tho support ol Geh. Curtis, who with his nkiriuUh cri was In front of Fort Fisher. It was then that Lieut. Win. 11 "Walling of tho 142d N. Y. V., cap lured tho flag of the fort, alio tin ourlo...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 6 January 1865

J-. I. . 1 .11. gtttwrh Jffferaitoiai!. Local and Miscellaneous. Slippery. Oil Is a smooth thing, a great thing, ft thing of incalculable power, a thing which exercises grent power over men's minds, and women's too, for that matter, and to sum it nil up is n filthy, disagreeable to the nostrils substance. But, nottvitliAtiuiding its Mlisngreealilenege, it is much sought niter; yea, dug, bored, and we might ay, prayed for. Only give ft wan the faintest Idea of a prospect of oil on his premises and his whole nature Is changed. He is a dilTcrcnt man an oil man, In every sense of the word.! lie thinks oil, talks oil, studies oil, nd If it would help the matter would settle his coffee with oil. Truly, oil is a greet changer of nature. I low many it has raised from the lowest station to the highest. A hundred barrel well has raised many a poor leiiow rroin a very low estimation in the minds of the people to a high one. The oil makes the rough places of his nature smooth, polishes him, in ...

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. — 6 January 1865

fjniwrh Jfcffrrsonion. findlay, 'fimday, JAN. , ';.. Tin m s rT.nAKyuMnvANnv!STnvrR ti . ft . i. ocrk. r. Ptton. TUS jKITSRSOMAN HAS THE tAFOF.iT rinrrtAnoK or ah f Mfr.R rrni tn ilo iv tns cocnit. One of the Pictures. A correspondent of tl, Chicago .Tournrd relates tte following inter view of h Federal fornpinri party n it fi a 'OnnMnji farmer I lit ,,i.M rnHnl nil the' "At another lne wo caiinu on titr owner, a mnn of over sixty yenis, well ived ret evidently much cast' 1own and disheartened. He was po- Jite, r,nd answered all questions urn- iilottsly. On Vein asked whathehsd: to spn're. he answered, "Not much ! ii' : . i r..J indeed nothing. Hit wife smi lour: prnnd-ehildren standing bv htm sni'l HOI, WITH, Hill, IIH- , wiii,,.-.....i. t .... The wliole pronp showed thnt the oM( TTlfln told the truth. "Indeed," Sflid "whnt. with one nmy nd onotherj rnmpsipninp thronph tins pert or Tennessee, thev hsve stripped me of nil I rotild spsr'e, nnd more too." "Ifave von no horse or mules...

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. — 13 January 1865

17 iiiiiiiiitiiS t ;i Suit ,nUr:i i.!i (,.-.-, t't f'vJ. 6liJ f .wl rt-H a v ) H I .1. ,IJ. rrT -i iffi U...x -W .iBlB fflllf.illB 1 I f IB I n 11 . ..... ,,.. i V - J OUt I II t7 J II " t I I . M I J III f 1 fit y jh; . ; . mM ,,,,:, ...T fJ .. 1 , i 'JtOOEB A CHAMBERLIN, Proprietoit, -' KA M ILY N R W SPAl'Kll I) E VOT K D - - i NF.WS, t i it i ' LIT ER ATI 'UK, t AGI? ICU LTl'R R, - , I . J I. .. ! . , , , .nri mrir-Wtft-t-rrt- 1-T r-r- PitrrtMr-rt" . I I KDITATTV, POLITICS, -FINDLATi OHIO, J ANUAUT 13,1365. AK1) TIIK INTERESTS OP HANCOCK .!'; tl CO J. !-..-. f . '. 'jy:r.-.-si(--:i-3iT;-rTjr.-5s-.-r- : ! UtJJ. f , I COUNTY. : ' '' - "!?"' Volume 11 Number 34. Business Cards .J AMoniry i.t t,nw; kint Orntntl Col- v KKnclal Hltfitlon flWn OtinrJlHii nmi A'linmintrMllTu nmlinn. . r u t O'lirn in IWni ; i .lifurik, eooii(J , Mory, nntfciif t'ouil lln'imi'i - Sk j..' : '' r 4 tit it mi i (II JlVtNO roniinivd Hit )irul,ne Jytw, UlUnit f nil Iiiiiiikh ciitrukteil In lin. Jll llA'H'IM'k...

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. — 13 January 1865

'yNii jiiiii i Ji V f ' themselves. A Secret organisation styled th 8on of Liberty,, bed is; tabllahed Itllod'gts fit rrrf'r jhofnt, In many scr.t.jops X iptR(tcruMii por tfoil t'ttK members, pf thi institu tlon were drilled nt night In military nlniic1iVrVnnd ine'iisiirea ware se cretly Instituted t.o jipoonre onus and ammunition for as large a number -prai ticabjii. tbey acquired ( strength tlic' became juons open and ,t' defiant. ; 'Threats wore freely uttered of forcible resistance, which their :ittderr,at "rcafliJ- morotbfertly w oonnselftdi . beerecy: was no longer t observed. And the organisation openly boasted of ite pxyer and strength. i, 'fbe National Guard was absent, and tba Stave wns regarded as defenseless. T'Wkiletbcy-pnblJi'iy denounced the v Oovtsnor for calling tha guard to the commoi) defense t( the country, tbey t .secretly rejoiced at its absence, and ft- sidted over tha opportunity which tbey supposed it afforded tuem to ' carry .their plan Into execution, with...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 13 January 1865

e V i.uj vgm Local and Miscellaneous. Escape and Return Lieut. Ray, of the 49th. Lieut. Thomas Rny, of Hip 49lh frtadc hi escape from the rohel pris on in Cotautlrta, South Carolina, a lew wet-ks since rind Arrived nt Ms Lome In Fiadlay, Friday -nlprlit hut. Jlc. rUh two trtliprn, stirccoili-il in 1 passing ihc flrst lino of tlir; ptinrd. iud mixing among antimlcr of rcl f wood carriers, wlio were gctliiifi wool from n forest near tlie prison, and took a "French leave." They took a smith-westerly course, Intend Injrto strike Sherman's lino of march. Tliey wero sixteen dnyson the road, mid traveled some two hundred miles, nnd reached Khcrmnn In the neigh borJIwod of Milieu. They travelTod this distance In n very short time con dcring that they had to Jevad the public roads, and anything that show ed signs of civilized life. Shortly nfter they left the prison, they come .on Ka q uafrcqueucd road, and saw a negro one of the Mnekest kind. As soon ns he saw tlicnj Jio took off Ws hat, sa...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 13 January 1865

2,00 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE 'far, t'l. '.'' 1- I .JiLJ tgti tBatTfiSRPONIAK HAS THK tARQKKT or juit r atkr rt, hlisii to or jnt cocktt. ? .1. XOAh OTt, , , ',' ' LARD OH., l V FIM OIT., , JlW 1 ...' ( tMOR Olf., - , A . lVittT Oil,, . Very C,hapt --J.-M. IJUUEKS' - r i .- ' " ""'I-' -' BOOTS & SHOES! f We wotild ay to nr CnMnmeraand other that are now prepured to majte goo.-Home-made Bnola and Shoe 1o order, wr khallkeep oDlAnlly on band a good nnri ment tt v i ' : , , HOME MADE WORK, . nd will warrant alt of onr work to give eat ' -'Hfaotton. Call anil eee ua. Waibalt kino do Hi' kind of fl-"t an hoc meudm. . ; . .. . . chwaba wnn:t rri. AMERICAN JAVA vi;;c o f.f:e 13. Th betVand ohnapeM Onlftelnjho market, an good b Ki, A tone half 1h Price. Bold Wnole-Hale and Re Tale by W. I..IMVI' findlay, , W-Trr Ont Package. ... J . O . BEACH, C03I MISSION MERCHANT AND PFAl.KR IN GRAIN AND PRODUCE, 26 Vine, Street, Cincinnati. Bapt. it, 'A. A Fine AiBortment of Lettfr, Cap, Commercial, V ' ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 20 January 1865

mm I t ell A FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO NEWS, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, EDUCATION, POLITICS, . AND TIIH INTERESTS OK HANCOCK COUNTY. LOCKE & OHAMBERLIN, Proprietors. HNDLAY, OHIO, JANUARY 20, 1865. Volume HHtf umber 35. J . O . BEACH. COMMISSION MERCHANT AND PKAI.KH INT CHAIN AND 1 K O D U C K , 20 Vino Street, Cincinnati. Hcpt. ii:i, t. A Fine Assortment of Letter, Cap, Commercial, Note nnd Billet Paper, Envelopes. c., AT OKAY'S. X H W A It It I V A L. F. RAUTENBERG AVINdJust reoolvod Htotk of large and line CIGARS, TOHAOCOS AND PIPES fri'tn the Kiwt, Is prepnred to furnish lovers if the wood with a good article, Ht the most reasonable prison. rail ami Bee. W I LLI AM L. DAVIS, HAVIN'tl removed to hi New Ktre Hiwm, in it door tu his old aland, ami Inn eased Ins slock, In heller prepared llnui evrio nir ilnli hlaciulouiors with nil kinds of ono ouinius, CONHTIKO IX rtHT nr Diindice Nut Fruit,. .tloliiKi.cn Sugar, Syrup, I tlOCOlHt, KS, I'tiUep., I'rpper. HpU'c. (anger, itluxtari...

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. — 20 January 1865

FlXljLvvi IBAy. JAN. L2tV f5. x i: v n j 2,00 1'ER ANMJW IN ADVA NCE. wir. skp-kkksonian has the lavot.? CinCCtATtOK OF Af Y.PAI'KB rCBt.ISlI SO IN TU COtTKTJ. THE OLIVE BRANCH. The Courier of last week contains :if ' Article ftttcrcpting to show that if bs-rctaUtoa ls r from br-ing put 1own ns ever. W copy a fow choice .vxtracts; r . , j .LetttKSW know that this drnft T.-ill j ;W followed by other drafts, .until .they mise in a body and detntved thnt itlic -swujghter idiall cease, uii-d imsuo ifnj TOcans l tried to t'Cfavt m nestor ation of tho Union. Lut 41icm kuow that when they bnvepent ell their .tnonfy in filoniliifc- tlietneolrea of the .draft, their hvrs will tc demnuded Let theui '(;iu them os the sword U iiin.temuipnnlcd ly the olive-branch, fwqr will be under nn irnpcnding.lrnft. AVhen tho peo j)lo thus undefstfjtid it, then, and not nntH then, wili-tVey take tiiiusures to free themselves, not only from the 1rnft then hhpr tbern, but il oilier drafts. that an long -Tiot i...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 20 January 1865

flonforh;:3ffffflonlftn. Local and Miscellaneous. Mr. Nasby Renounces Slavery. SANT'S REST, (wieh in the Stait uv Noo Jersey.) Jan. 15, 1865. Kkriptcr, jvlcli, cno my exile 5 "Tho wneis uv sin is deth." Sioli is (he fiidiHtnivce ur pnssidQ uv lonelv tthunr Im-. bin in.v solis. Uoiv troo tlio remark.! bow feerfly ?. t bill reel'zed. The ivuslicut Dimcicr'uy ownd this Juvrrment, and wito hev lied it to lay. lint ttien Uiey lvim a rydius net. They wu.n't disnipaVid. They didn't run lifter harlots. Juxon, and Ronton, and Silas Write nnd sieh nicu, who wiiis men, kept us ntrntc.- Uut won they went to their respeetiv rewards, another class uv jueu ukke viied us. Jim liooknnnon nnd Jefl". IVmiocrotic Davis took hold uv the kite, and tore olf its time-honored , ..... . . ... . i c-i tale, Ekal Kites, and substitootid Very. Lho result ts before the world, Dimociisy is in the mud, and the Air liHbnlHts W tlm l'ost oi-uVm. Alms ! In the olden time we used 2 beer this song : "Hoe lite '; r uv i...

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. — 20 January 1865

FINDLA Y, FRIDAY, JAN. 20, 'G5. ' T F R ,W ) S2,f)0 PER ANNUM IN ADVA NCR. TUB jr.KEKnsONIAH I1A. Tltf l.AROF.ST OIRCt;tATIfN OP ANT PATKR rCUUSI! BU IN Til COINTT. Facts About Eating. If too much food Is taken, the stomach ennnot lonveit it Into per feet blood material, hence no iicifeet Wood is made, Rnd thnt beino; mixed with the other blood in the body, innkcs the whole niniss of blood im pure; hence, after an over hentty meal n fieruon "feels hnd fill over." If the over" cntinjr 1 habitual, there ii always some nncomloi tnhle avmi tom comphiined of. Such persons are never well, rnd Although tltry may eat heartily, they do not prow trong nor fill tip in flesh; it is be ennso the atoniacli lias been over taxed and hns not the power to ex tract the nountdiment from the food. When persons do not get strong, although they eat a great deal, they will get stronger by eating one-hail' less; as n sickly servant in Attempt ing to do n lnrgo amount of work, does none of it well, where. If...

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. — 27 January 1865

19 , life :''mt0iiz MitMuM,M ' ' -;.: A FAMILY NEWSPAPERDEVOTED TO NEWS, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, EDUCATION', POLITICS, AND THE INTERESTS OF HANCOCK COUNTY.' LOCKE & CHAMBERLIN, Proprietors. FJNDLAY, OHIO; JANUARY .27, 1835. Volume 11 Number 36. NE W-ARRIVAL. F. RAUTENBERG II AVIVOIiiBl received a .larKo Mid due Stork of CIGARS, TOBACCOS AND PIPES from the East. I prepared to furnish lover of ti e weed with it (1'iod article, Hi the mint reasonable prices. Call nnd ore. XX. 313 MOVED WILLIAM L. DAVIS, TTAVINO removed to hii Xew Store Boem, J liiext door to hie old eland, Hiiri Increaxed lim stork, In bolter prepared than ever to tin nlsb bis customers with nil knuU of Gr ITO OEXIIE , CONHIKTINd IK riBT or Dandies Nut Fruit, MoImshc Sugar, Syrup, Chncolat, mi, t'ollee, I'rppcr. Sploe. Linger, Muntard, iUhcf, 1 loves, T bavco, Simlt. Irum, Candles, llice, Flour, Powder, Shot, Lead Handle, Oil, Ax. Busbies the article enumerated oove. ho will always keep a HHUMtmo'it f Stoneware an...

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. — 27 January 1865

2,00 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE. TUB JEFF.KRSONIAN II AS TIIR LAROKST CIRCULATION Or ANT PAi'KX Pt'ULISIl ED IN TUB COUNTT. ANGELS AND MEN. That eminently religion paper, the Cincinnati nfltVr,.rtbo itlfct, eon- tains an article m wiieo, in which it ers arms, as brothers; sa three millions of human beinjrs who have with us an 12 equ. 1 interest in ho urges the talcing Vflrk of the Soutli, with slsvery, of course. It draws on ..lecuns ,,c,u . , ... .,-. - Southern soldiers dropping t,t;'rlT ... ,, . . , tonslets snd "rnsMnjc Into each oth- Ving,tiuiy, " t would bo a pleasant -ithi We have no doubt that the Enqui- r'i knowledge ot angels ,,,..'. .ire, and that it know, precisely what 1. and what is not pleasant for them. It would, undoubtedly, bo plea.ant for angel, to contemplate U,o re establishment of the auction- block in Washington; to see fair wo- ,nen .old for tho express purpose of . ThM. m.1.1 no ,lft,,i.t rritoW"soL- Jtoai ' 7 extern tZSJoZ 1 u othc SarepZJ;; broken nptosupply deb...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 27 January 1865

fjanrorh Jcffcrsonian. Local and Miscellaneous. Served Him Right. While waiting the Arrival of the downtrntn. nt Forest, a low rlnvft nrro. a very "nice young mnn" amused the AAmrtnntr witl. iinftrtfniinff I'npimi j .i.ii.l.... ....... .i. .w. ...... i ii. .uii . tricks with cards. Among othera'aWe was the excessively old one of putting two nces toireiher in the Hack and nf-Uino . . . ter sliufllinir, bringing tliem out to-!to gether. The cards were selected nnd whtlethc principal was busy his coii federate removed ond of the aces. The Sheriff of Mercer county, wai standing by, was at last per- suaded to Invest ten dollars hi "co-jniid hoot" with tlie confederate, and, of, course lost his money. Tho people of Mercer should not allow-i-eititicate their Sheriff to go abroad without protector. n Oil Struck in 1792. Petroleum cannot claim to be a very modern discovery, for ns early as 1792, wo hear of it through ar. magazine. Teoplo were not quite as wide awake as now and failed to take...

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. — 27 January 1865

f sh 'l.A Y," FRli)A Y, J AN. 2 7, (55. i,00 PF.R ANNTM IN ATV.NCE JKUKHHO.NI AN HAH THE LAK0E8T oikci ums or ant r trm maimi kd in tii ic cnnn. An Obstinate Temperance Case. Tho Boston Courier toll" a good torv of tho unucce-jsfl effort of a temperance, coinmit'c to t;et an ar gument for toetotillmn from tho cx erient;o of a tiliVBiuinn who lmd Just died at the-great nifoof 10j. It - end several years a. Tlio coin-, qucstioiipcl lilt Krandsou : uiii, mi, niu-ii nu u:si iwc in tho morning, he took about half ft plass of pure Jamaica rum; my p and fattier was n person of extrem ely regular hnbita; this wns bis nni form custom." "Thin I suppose," said the eiifjuirer, "wastolve ft sort of fillip to his system, after the leth argy ot lengthened repose, nvide retiusite, os nn o."",ption;il eiiip, by bis very advanced period ol life 1 lent; 0 tell us wliat his practice wis dnrinjr the ret of the d'iy." "My n fn ti.l I'.. I, l.l rrnillllillirn WHS fl IW.I f.. r 1.., i.uKi'i. 1 ...1, OlMI '...

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. — 3 February 1865

LOCKE &' CHAMBEELIN, Proprietors.' v FINDLAY.lOHI&V FEBStf A&X 3, 18G5 Vol umc.-U Number 37, NK AV AUitlVAL. F. RAUTE.NBE R G HAVlNtijual reouivl a lam and line HUM. or CIGAttS, TOBACCOS AM) l'll'ES from tha Raat, Ik prepared to fiirnliili Inviir ntha weed w.tll a g'oil article, lit Uib uioal reasonable prli-.es. Call and see. XtnTlVtO VBD WILLIAM L. DAVIS, HAVINU removed t lili Now Stnra tloem. next door lo bis uld aland. Hurt hiuroiisnd hla Mock, la Setter prepared limn evarlu lur plali biaculouu)j- amli all kinds of O- n.O O H3 XI. 1 33 S3 , CO.iaTlM IN FAUT OK Uaadien f Nitta Kruit, JMulnKa . .. Siifitr, rrp, CJuMulut, b, todce, J'eppt'r. Hpitte. i;iiii-rf MuNlurd Since, Ctuvaa, Tobacco, Rnull. i iitr, Candle, Itice, lloui, Powder, ' VanJ, tluudluH, OiU, At. OoMidti Ilia m-tH-ten oiiumor .liid .iuu, liu will Hi keep a K'U Hnorlinant ( Stoneware and Wuodei A'are, (la lu vile all w'jjj n lhlvicl Hctli len ulCro .lo cull and eXMinina Ilia alock und pri oni, t I (Mllxflm...

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. — 3 February 1865

FINDLA T R R N d I $2,00 PER ANNUM lNT ADVANCE THE JEt'KERONIAN HAS TI1IC L.AKOCSI cincctATios of axt r-trcartausu tD ITt TH COCSTT PEACE. Now that the Rebellion ia dying from iuoer exhaustion now that It it falling to pieces from its inherent weakness now that it can no longer tiling' men into the field to oppose our victorious armies it is not sing tilar tbat such of tbo repel as nave anything to lose by a continuance of tbo war. should begin to sigh fori,. Poac. The world ha discovered finally, that a nigger whip does not endow ita owner with Roman bravery, Spartan endurance, or German hon esty it baa dlacovered that a man owning slates is not of neceaaity a .Chevalier Bayard, but on the other band, it ia now known that they arc about tbe same as other men, possess ing average courage, with more vices to disfigure It, and no virtues what ever to adorn it. Therefore, all the t.xlk of dentil rather than submission done away with, and tbe aristocrat of tbo South Is found to be ns fo...

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. — 3 February 1865

ganwk Jtffrrsonian. Local and Miscellaneous. Mr. Nasby Lamenbeth. SAINT'S REST. (wich is in the Stait uv Noo Gersy, Jan. 28, '65. The watera ur fanattyeism coveid, all the land, and the Dimekratie ark wu a flotiiv thereon. ' Aad Pecrse and Vallandygum, oud Vorheea and Bright, and MiakLellan and Boocl, 2 and 2, wuz therein, and wua tired. I am a dove, a peese dove. I wuz sent out uv the ark to find a restin place, but I could find no rent for the sole nr my foot. Fer ther wua no abatin uv the flud. In November our ark restid on Aryrat, and there It Is, stuck, and we are dolefly lookln out nv the winders Afore us. behind us, and on both hides uv us, we see our enemies, gor jusly drcst in purple and fine" Unnen, nnd a holdin the o flsis. They liev Toat orflsis, and Custutu Howsis, and Furrin Mishns, nnd Co- lektershlps. aud et scttrys, wicli is our priasipples. Strandid on the luouutui top we set and set and set. Wendell Fillips pecks at our beds, and lloris Grecly statupeth on our kor...

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. — 3 February 1865

8, '05, TRHMKI 62,00 1'EK ANM7M1N ADVANCE. fill JTFXEHSOMAV 118 THK . A lift F.ST ClRCnATlO! OF ANT PATSB Pl'HLISIl RP If Ths COTBTT. Emancipation in Russia. Late English papers contain cx IrnMl frnrn Rilaninu InnrnnU ulioirlncr the urocressof the emancipation of llm torfa mi to tli month of Alio icrfs up to the month of Anjsust'1"0 last. At this date it Bi iJtars Hint,1"1 four millions and a Lnlf of the serfs md already fulfilled their stipulated ublijrntions to their former musters, find were completely liberated; and that over two millions of the people iad come into possession of their plots j. i i f i i. t. .1" i. .1 uljnnii, oi wiioin nenny one 11:111 nun neither required nor received any as idstnnre from the State. In the nine western provinces jnll the country people, without exception, have be nonie proprietors; while in the prov ince of Knark the reform has been so I'm- carried out that 72 per cent, of the jiwplo have become entirely free.and have come into possession of t...

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