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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 17 March 1865

LOOKE & CHAMBERLIK, Proprietors FINDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAROH 17, 1835. Volume 11 Number 43. STATEM'NT STATEM'NT of the Condition of the LORILLARD FIRE LORILLARD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY made to the Auditor of pursuant to the Statute of that entitled "An Act to regulate Insurance Companies not Incorporated by the State of Ohio," passed April 8, 1856. NAME AND LOCATION The nnie 1. 1 t'ie f"( mpiviy Id 1 lie Lahp linn Imivhakck C'KUI'ANV. mid ih i I. mi 1 1. nculnl ill Broadway,'.'!!)' ol .Xe Yuri. I,—CAPITAL. The Htnotint of ltCa-tiul Murk t'OOfOOO" Tli"! Kin. mnl nt (Ik (,'11,111 it sti.i k ti !;. ouooo II.—ASSETS. 1. I'asli n tbn iiijutn mi hand. Hi u in me Ininii in 4(.ciiinH'.u m her penums 33 2. TIumI r.alate, uniiii'iiinberi-d. . S. 'lie Ill-lulu unit Mm-k owned :l bUl I? by luiil'i'ini hiiv i m per vmii n ei mi-i-i-ii.paiii li.) 4. Inbl due il'f -Mi iniy. fe cund I ) Hi"' luaue. ( l'-r M.'iniinin inn viiiicIioii.)-- 6. liilni.tberwife i-emied ( u. lirr vi iiilmr Hi'ei.iiipHny...

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 March 1865

ijancofh Jcffcrsoaifln. KINDLAY, FK1DAY, WAR. 17, "Co. 2,00 PER ANNUM IXADVa KCE. tait i &f KR8CiSlAK HAS TliK LAKOKST CiRCCLATIOK Or AST lAtK FCBLISH ED IM TUB COCKTT. SPRING ELECTIONS. We apoke lost week of the proprie ty of Union men beginning lo turn their attention to the tpproaching Spring election, itU a view to look . iug arouud and electing the bust and most competent men to till the vartoua towuship office, j Those offices Aro of much more in- portanco tLan before tho war. Thoro lire taxes to be levied find money pro-, vlded to psy the debts contracted by,t0 the townships during tho past yenrjt0l'C lor the payment of bounties, cte., to volunteers. . Money is to be provid- ed and properly disbursed for tho! soldiers' families. TLeso and other duties imnrmed ou townaViin nfllooia lnaio H imiioi lint mat the right men should bo selec'.eJ." For these olllces it is necessary that .s n, uUA t ... .o..i.,. vuu ii, Duuuaia si vat viu w j t.vii l 'w only bo COhipe- tni.f , lw.-...

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 March 1865

Local and Miscellaneous. Men Wanted! Twcnty-ono men nro wanted to en list in Findlny Township. The high est Local Bounty will lie priid. Come on, nnd get the largo bounties. Mr. Nasby Lamenteth over the Apostasy of the Saints. SAINT'S REST,(wich is in the SAINT'S REST,(wich is in the Stait ay Noo Gersy,) Mar. 13, 1865 1 licv pcroosed the papers agin To inn. nnozeimnprs is nieil i and the tclegrnfj wnssner watered wliis- ky. Fcr thev bring tidings uv evil to ine, nnd tidings uv grate goy to the' AMisliniuUt. Wilinington hez follered Chnrlston, nnd Columby is a mass uv mollis, hnz gone and did it agin, nnd Hingg suckunm to Kchotleld. is in Richmond liko a rat in n ciHtern ho can't git out, and it s i,ni. ,iofii tn iiiv Woonin T n.nn't An. tor mv water- works liev irivcu out fruin too mutch joose; cussing is uv no avale, l'er 1 can't do jusiis 2 the subglek. And the household uv the faithful Lev apostatized they bow the knee tho iloloek Linkin. Wher is them who bought revolvrs to resis...

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 March 1865

gurork FLNDLAY, FRIDAY, MAR. 17, '65.! 2.00 PER ANNUAMNADV tNCE. Till JEFKKKSUKIAN HAS Till LAftOEST CIRCCLATIOK OF AKI PAi'KR PUBLISH kO 1 TUB COL-NTT. The Oldest Man in the World. We will not assort that the oldest of living men I ft resident f WlRron- iu, but we clinllmgo 0113" outer Mate or country to produce a mnn op n o man who tins attained the age itih-Ii-ed by JohcIi Crc-li?, now rcwlilinp in the town of Caledonia, Columbia Co., WlNConnin. During the French Revolution one Jean Claude Jacob, a member of the National Assembly, was colled the 'Dean of the human speciea," the 'Eldest of mm." On tho sennied worn face were ploughed the furrow ings of one hundred and twenty years. But our "Dean of the huninn pedes." is nearly twenty years old er than Claude Jacob, who did not complelt hi one hundred and twenty first year. Joseph Crele was r.orn in Detroit, f French parents The- records of bis baptism in the Catholic Church of 1 that citv shows that he is now one bundrod and ti.lrt...

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. — 24 March 1865

..:;:;C. .n'mfc LOOKE & CHAMBERLIN, Proprietors. HNDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1865. Volumo 11 Number 44 4 mil to in 1 u r r t i r t . w BTATI3M' ISTT Of th CuodlUou th MANHATTAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY Ou tho first day of January, 18C3, made to tbo Auditor of Onio, pur- suout to tbo Statute f ttat State. JJAME ANOLliC.VTIOX Thensmn of tb Company lath Msn1T Van Fih UtrHANOK Clour, and Is located In the 'lity ol Now York v . i i pt r i f. Tb amount of 111 Capital Hook II paid up la H.-AXSEIS. 1. Cash of th Company on hand. In Bunk and In the handa of Agent and other persona 3. Hi Bonds snd Kiock owned bv theCompany.Oia vouch, in acconipanv In) U. S.rttU' rittes, market value 4. lebla due tliC Company, se cured by mortgage, (as per scoonipanymg vouchers ) ... 6. Debt otherwise socu.-od losrn en call t. Debts Jtr premiums All other secuiilieau Total AsselsefAU Company,.... Ill -I.Umi.lTUCH. losses unadjusted AH other oliu against ibe Com pany Total liabilities ... 1 500,000 00 CO ...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 24 March 1865

y.... iJoDwrhfffrrsBnianjSi !di22Hi2bV NCfi' tfc JKTiikftsoidAN bxj ms tARotsr w.c'Iatiox o ah f Aim fCBtiaa l in Ts ctVvir. WAS IT TRUE ! - Last fall the Union pat ty of the conntrv said to Ilia t pri,l. "R rli'rt.' Abraham Lincoln and the war will1., , i , i ., . to ended lu lees tuau ft year, and gold Will o. uowu to ICO in six luoutus." Ak..i,... tu-.u i...i A Vi MUM1M A.IHVVIU WTf I VUVVICU dj a inajoiuy so occisive, niter a so decisive, after a campaign hotly contested, In which the plans and purposes of both par. t!..r..ftri,iw.-.r.,K .,il..tck ... . ' . Boroom 10 houm tue Holies aud Wbdiesof the people. What has been tho tcsuh? From that day our armies have had com-,rfr nb'tenmt i.nlr nnr.,,.. nn,l UI : , , , ..... yesterday was down to 154 ! The reason la plaiu. The S'outh bow in the re election of Lincoln it The leaders of t.e reVllion i 1 1 . , ' hoped to hold out Tour ye0g d i four years tt eq exhaust the' Noith that it wtuU be willing from eer yh.. to recognl.c Bonm aa ...

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. — 24 March 1865

I'Jlii, !!jfjrBT:iii5CEiVEi)anfa(h . . ...j Kendall7 Ambolluc, At S. D. F It 12 V I .DRUG' AKD BOOK STORE.' REEVE'S AMBnOSIAI ,. H. D. Pl.EY H Trn, 4 Hmik Slore. At Ill It IV HTTS COCO A I X 12 At B. 1). I KI'Y'S I'rng Hi d II. store. FRANGIPANM POWDJiU, 8. V. HiKY At 8.U. UiEYS. l ilirirfi ICIimill ill 1 llll!l Xttlis BOOKMOIIK. Hngan's Magnolia Bal X B. D. FUliY'S. Constitution Water, i' i? t v llliJitu I A VALUABLE At tfa B ok Rtnto. Wliito Xjcckct COLORED PAIXTSi'The I CUliAPEU tbaa unj-trliere elm to luwn, B. D. Kill Y'S o..r... . ( m ti i no v ;.i.a .i !!.. T.iiinri'ii if ii. a ui uiauLB ui a uiuu Brushes, ' t.owr IhHn any h.iimelii tnwn. Vurclilaliitf, hi CkII tiof.irn P. FlIKY'S.- .Wall Tapir. Ya I I'aiwr.j4" YflNDCW p'AP.RI INDDW pAPFR! Tte NKATKf. il I'l.EH EsT Mn.tilr; ev bruulit l" rui.l y, u.n.1 .mi wmo i WE WILL NOT B . U NDERSOLD I At s. p. vm:r vnvc v b m.k iok. Much 17 v I. i:l i " A nice hxhi.i In.ei.t I' 'I Wall Paper & WllldOW El mdb, PLAIN A2CU noUKBo, J.ikI...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 24 March 1865

1NDLAY, FRIDAY, MAB.24, a,. tm- AT-r??-,V 4 . tBk JlrrtlKSOKIAN BA IBS tAkOCJT 5 i , ctitcciAtiox or ami faj-ek rcnttta SB AM jtilt COt.HTT. 65.;. j "The Way You Always Stopped." Is,- The V.ermont Record tells a good j iataa-rnf an tanrweiit old loilv who) U.l.MvWn s.rf.l o nlfrnnrl " - . - -. - - - - t ho wait ft pnteettgcr on one of Die, Vtront railroads at the time of af recent collision, wuen a iingm iinui' collided-, with ft : passeiict'r train ainslilujr one of the tors, killing sev. ml of the passengers, and upsetting things, generally. As soon ti lie could recover-Lis scattered senses, the conductor went in search ol' tlie Venerable daiue, whom lie found sit ttnjr solitary rind alone In the car (the other passengers having sought ter ra firma) with a"Yery plncld express- .Ion unou her countenance, notwith standing' she had made a couplo of somersaults over the boats In front,; and her bandbox nod bundle hnd 'gone unceremoniously down the pas- fRl-W - Are you hurt?" iuquhxd 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. — 31 March 1865

fr ... IOCKE & CHAMBERLItT, Proprietors. FINDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1865. , Volume 11 Uumbcr 45 Of the Condition f the MANHATTAN FIRE On the first tiny of Jnnnnry, 1805, made to the Auditor of Onio, pur suant to the Stntuteof that State. NAMR AND UlCATtOtf The name of the Cimpner Is the MAnAT TW KlH I KStRAHCS COMPANY , Mill i jnoalPrt iii iba '.'Ity ol New Xirk .C PI TAlj, The amount of Its. Cipital t-tnrk nil paid up Ik ll.-AsETs. 1. Cnih of the remnant" on omul. In Hank null In the hands of Aici.ta a'.d other persona 8. Hp llnnda and Sii,o owned Iit llief'..'inpanv.(aa per vouch em Hi'PnniiMn' Inir) IT. 8. secu rities, rriarkrt value 4. Itcbts dun Hip Company, se cured by Jnm tcae. (Hit per Hoennvanyini: vouchers.).. .. IS. Dp!. Is otherwise nn-ilred loans on phII ...... -00,Ooo on HO Jos 43 37 "..-7". On 101. 4"-. on 14.5' no '20 HO 20 T.i l S3 PcMa for premium. All other sceuiiliese Total Aseta-nr rhflOunpany,.... tll.-IJABII.ITIK.s. '.OSSP unadjusted AH other nlainia...

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. — 31 March 1865

FINDLAY, FRIDAY, MAR. 81, 'R.r. T KM M I 2,00 PER ANNUM IN ADV NCK THB JtFKRRSPKIAN T1AS THK tAROKST CIRCCI.ATIO OK AMTPAPKR PUBLISH ED I Tn COl'HTT. THE SPRING ELECTION. On Monday, April. 3d, the citizens of Hancock county will be called up on to eloct their township and cor poration officers for the ensuing yenr; wnd, as the actual commencement of the political campaign lor 18G5, it is highly Important to consider well the first movement. "To begin m ight is linlf the bnttlc," nnd If, in the coming Spring election, Union men lny nside nil pnrtisnn bickerings, selfish feelings and past Jealousies, nnd are animated only by a desire to elect such men to office, as m ill prove nn honor to their official positions nnd their country, we shall easily nnd smoothly glide on in this fionornble course, when called uu iu tiui i viii. lis iur mure iiiiihm- . .... . , , . 4 , . . j, vant positions. 4,ci inr, iiucnics on fijTinrr enntest c I'iscnuntpnnm-cd in our primary conventions, nnd good me...

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. — 31 March 1865

tjanrackJfffersDnnui Local and Miscellaneous. LINES ONTO O. P. MORTON, THE TIRENT UV ONTO O. P. MORTON, THE TIRENT UV INJEANY. BY PETROLEUM V. NASBY. Noro (i.o luk'ind i ohwi'i horrid fVn. Win Ii.oih' In 'h it rtr'1r'il hour Thun wu iti-kIp Oiivnpr. ml nni t" d power in row me inmoeiMajr n v mat n'i'ila nt.itt. Mourn In will tot aralp I hut nh herf I) in M Vonrheeaf ant wher th i hal not. lirml think that thM) .rltlf r wood hry rot The help ha lied whon fun I Ihn wir bene f ln rlMn "No Cofrnhiin" on h1 hamiir. HiW Dxnuel wood her let. no mm onllsl. Opt ioh r-x wood. In nth"ri rinks, rnnl.t In rinlit'n thing4 'n a mn-tnnHlitiel marine r. Th" OnMen' Clrkln wmd i e-nwl In vluiinr . Nh nerkln Pr.ivd MarMioln w nd he vest U. No horrer xprrddln dinflii wood e'er hev tetehi in, Wlch drape u 4lh, n fWhlln for the nlpicr. And thcnniolnn'Hi'rt A'hnit, end h nknrn Uv sii'h Ilk P.rirl it wnod hor rooted Hie Unit, And Dodd, t.ii ginti, wuod not now oiikh hlK fite. A hopiiii H on n furrlft a'lo-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. — 31 March 1865

FfNfcLAY. FRIDAY, MAR. SI, ''55. $2.00 TF-R ANNUM VN At) V NCE. TH JBrSKRaoNIAM B AS TUB tAHOET oniocLAtiuN or ant pa rut hklisu BO IM TBI COCKTT. llOW TO lllUOHIC A Unlink li lit' If- A light torrrl or clicstnut, hi feet. 1 g onl I'ece while, he lint nisrkvs ol kiiiaiiva. Il broad And full hr-twren tlm Ptc li ha. svnfin tml is cnpnMe of lii'tnji treinetl to .nvthinf. The lirltor you tipst fiith a horne, tl-o more kindly will he tnnt Von, and still it' well lid will riL-vcr stand a whip. If j'oii wnnt n enfe horse nvcld one that in (HhIi luct rd. If you wnnt fool, but on of grpr.t hot. torn, grt n derp lmy with not a white hflir on him. If you want a pontic horso, pot ono wih niorn or It wind; ulioiit tl,c head; the more the licttrr. Mnny )eo)le Supposo. hnfc the parll-colorcd liorites belonging to thn rimmes, aliows, Ac, are selerteil for their odd ity. But thn selections thtia made km for the iiorne h grcitt docility nod j(Cntlern'6f. " DOSSTICKS ON I'llLLIAHD-. I nocd liardlv trl...

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 April 1865

lie rim L 1 J V LOCKE & OHAMBERLIN, Proprietors. FINDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1865. Volume 11 Number 46 A NEW THING! S. k J. M. Ferguson's WAGON FACTORY. Ar prepared to do nil W..rk In our line. A ; large Block of Always on band "Work dmn In the best i manuer and of the best material. Wvery thing Wtirrsmtcd. They also manuf.iatiua a new kind of DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOW. The T?ett Plow mud. Call and Re and ev erything will l) round to suit. SHOP West of Amerioin Home, at Karr and Sprau'i old stand. FiNDLAr, March 21 IH63. To TeaclirrM. UMI.RSS otherwise arranged, the Board of School Kxamlnnrs, or Hancock County, will meet on the following day during the year lsttf, for the examination of reaohers; the meetings to be hold at the Union School liulldlng, nut end of I allrund Street, Kind- lay 1 Satnnlay, - Jen. b. Mar Mar. April April Mar May Jmia Altgtt !. IM-pt. Oft. Nov. Nov. in. Ttu. lath.. 4 111. la lb. lat. Ism. Olll. Kh. aii. mil. U11.I. Irtlh. J 1 1., itlst 4Ui. 1MU. Hu...

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 April 1865

v.,r,V."'.V,,r-r.' yiXltLAI, T f m m a i 2,VA Vt:tt ANNUM I AlJV.KCE.ten C"2-..-.cr?-..t.i xt CtRCCLATIOK OF AN r AfKH fCBl.Ua tt 1 1H COCXTT, ----- -- II U tn LAHOlST'of RICHMOND FALLEN. The rebel csjiitfil Las tnllen t An other If.uroi lias Men added to the bright gnUxy of honors achieved )y Hie prowess and heroic bravery of tlioarraie oithel nion. Richmond, the reM capital the centre of the tloverninciit of the Confederacy t he place of utmost linpoi'tance to the ileptroyers of oi:r comitry, has been i'upt'.ired, and the glorious old flairof the Union waves proudly, where for the past four years, has flouted the flag of treason and rebellion. How marked the change. Kkl.mond for nearly four years, has withstood the attacks of the Un ion armies, and rivers of blood have been caused to flow from the lOHeiged,tliey and luj bescigen. Heing the cap! tal ot tho Confederacy, it has been defended with a desperateness almost miraculous; and the deeds of valor performed by both the bcligero...

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 April 1865

Local and Miscellaneous. Farmers Look to Your Seed Corn. A Farmer saya that Fanners should look Well to their Seed Corn this Spring. He snys thnt nearly all the , (Com that has stood in shock during the post Winter is so frozen that the heart is frozen, and it will not grow if planted. This is owin to the fact that the shacks were wet Avhcn the cold weatlicr came last fall anl they were frozen, together, giving the eorn no cimiiL'i! 10 ury out. iorn mite iwis remained on the uncut stock Is gen eral I j' alive and will grow if planted. To tell whether the heart of the ker nel of corn is dead, split it in two, and if the heart is nearly white and mealy it will grow if it is watery And of alight purple color, it is ile;il and will not grow if planted. Our informant slates that corn with the heart dead cannot ho told lmt upon examination, and that lor oil pur poses, except planting -the fact that the heart Is dead, will not injure the corn. This Is an important matter to Farmers, ami if...

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 April 1865

Feat of an Eastern Magician. Tb coninrer unrond a iiIto of ""lftAttlf, "iiJ qilallecT, pr6itiirpl from hit h,U ft lipifj, mid emptied it on tthc fctone hi front of Mm. Tho con tint were qunntitj- of li'.tlo blU of wood ; somo forked like tl .e brnncliCB of a lrc; some fttrnllt, Pitch ft fctf India lonn ; besides these, tliere were noino fifteen or twenty little painted wooden birds, nbont linlf An inch ')arg, Tlicold mnn chose one of tlie 'Btrnirldest And thickest of the bits of Wooa, mid turning Ids face up in tl o ' nlr, poincd it on tlio tip of bis nose. Th little boy who sot by him hence- t forth hnaded him wbittever he enllrd ' for. First, two or thrccmore pieces ol wood, wfcicb lie poised on the ftiece nlrcady titers then lorkeil piece to which he prradnnlly msdo ad ditions, nntil he linil built Uo lns nose a tree with two brnnches. Ife always kept it balnnced by aiMingr nimultaneously on each side, bohling Apieee In each band, and never once taking his eyes off the fnbrie. So...

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 April 1865

TV n ";r .-tiwii.i in nti. i i ii in i i . i - 1 -- LJJ u umm IS 1 mm Ills ,1 , J l.k i is: LOCKE & CHAMBERLIN, Proprietors. FINDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY HORNING; -VoltlrBC IMTranber 47 i . . . . i .iiit i if h V iav a- w k .... . .... - 11"-. i-r-i .. ' . . ... Ifl!" f-rvT All APRIL 14, 1865. .. , . r. : . MJlfi EITBEilFf AB1M5 & CO.. DEALERS IN II; A II J WARE, Ewlags Block, three doors Soalh ol Barney' Store. . Ll.-i i .. I Keep conidantlr supplied wilh a lull and and mol oouiplete Block of , Hardware,; , Iron, BMJ ipricg, Glass, , .... Steel, Nails, Sash, Oil. , ' w Oils Gtm.JBeltiufc',1 Ac, &., &c. Which we no J ffer Maiket. at the 9 tt m of the PRICES GREATLY REDUCED. W 'are alto olorlng U farmers the tell dammed - p ... . blowing & Itenpiiig , 2X aohluoB . . ..... , j . . la the world. We have the OHIO MUWKR HRtPKR, ri'VI'Ot t IIIKK. II INPIORI Ha. . t'iimbl..d, and CHAMPION Urn. a, LlgUt Alowsr. AGKNTS POtt SINGE U'S Sewing Machines, For Funitl M niMiufiwliirrt ...

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 April 1865

Dflttrtrh Jfffrrsonion FiHbLAT, Fmdat, Arstt M, IMS. . . T F ft M II I 2,00 PER AXXUM IN ADVANCE TBt JirtBRSOKIAM HA fRC LAftOtST CIRCOLATtOlf OF ANT PAFBR PCtULlSTl BD M TBt COCKTT. THE END AT LAST ! LrtAJmJghtyGortbeprtised! Af to four year, of bloody war after tlie ftc.t'iflceof hundred of thousand Of noble men wnd millions of treas ure, the great Rebellion la at an end The aclieinea of tricked men, laid to deatroj a Government ordained to redeem tue world from the reign of I tyranny, lavo come to naught their effort Lave ended in defeat, and tbeir bopea hare been blasted. Let the people devoutly thank the Al mighty Ruler for tbla mercy for i Oovernmcut preserved tor Freedom perpetuated. WHERE ARE YOUR GIBES NOW ! The men who have always asserted with oaths of all dimensions that the South could never be whipped," must fee! queer. They told the peo pie if Lincoln was re-elected,, the war wouid last four years longer! They prophesied that greenbacks would deprrctate until tlicy wo...

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 April 1865

Local and Miscellaneous. All CommnnicnUons .on busi ness to this office should bo mMrcss d "Lock fc Cai arrlir, Jcfler floniau 0(8 ce, Fiudlay, Ohio." Drowned. Liberty Tjt., committed suicide by drowning, on Saturday last. What caused her to commit the rash act is not known, but it is supposed that she was slight ly deranged. , Her husband enlisted In the army, and since she. has been living alone. Neighbors tell us that lier uniorttinrtto end may be attribut ed in a measure to the looso wagings 01 siaiiueroui tongues, fciio was a fttuud, sensitive woman, and talk of a slanderous character grieved her and undoubtedly crazed her. There is entirely too mucli talk about the wives of soldiers. It is criminally wicked, and there is no reason for indulging in it. Those who are so free with their tongues in maligning the characters of the wive, and .fam ilies of soldiers, should close their mouths tightly and look clone at Jiomc, uiJ see how matters are there. The following is a list of th...

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 April 1865

"' WrTllblt Ulrpufof fn . r ruu In the It-"I contlder lilt " of tb WcMln8 ,tt d1 ffniaa: ftt 1 can xto concentrate my whol trngtjj on tlit other." Wallaow, railv," aald Captain Bob horU-.realIj you know, I fiera at onj-thinif half to Jolly." 'Ef termination In now yotir doom!' fowled tht" Confederacy, reeling de liberately forward upon the fin I fiat 1 mrt, .and falling heavily to the ground, .with. Lit other eye emphati cally darkened.' lnatantly wne Cupttnn Bob Shorty tK ma aide, exclaiming: "I ra eorry for thla.'old chap. ' I wish yon'd only ronaented to atop before eh?" ejacu lated Captain Bob Shorty"what'a that you aay?" Ae.true na I live and breathe, my boy as true aa 1 live and bronlW wben Pnptain Bob .Shorty put his ear to the mouth of the fallen Confedera cy, beard,' albwly tpoken, these re markable words: "t'mglod this baa happened because I can now develop my real reaourceE of-t-atrcngth. England and America. In the present etate of American good feelinff, it ie pletaaM t...

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