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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 21 April 1865

... . t J LOOKE & CHAMBERLIN, Proprietors. FINDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, 1865. Volume 11 Number 48. HARDWARE DEALEnS IK HARDWARE, Ewlags fllork, three doors Nouth ul Uarurt's Hlore. Keep constantly supplied with full and and molt complete murk of Ilnrflwnrc, Iron, Blecl, Bm Prtrig'i, - Kails, Glass, Sash, White Lead, Oil. Gum Belting, &e., &o., e. Which we nn r at the Bottom of the Mai. el. PRICES GREATLY REDUCED. Wi 'ir also daring in formers the et COBIfised Mowing & Reaping Maobinoa In the world. We have tha OHIO MOWKR b BF.4PF.R. CHIRK, ( II1HPIIIV Ma. . ninlilnd, t II lilFlO to. 3, ijgul Jtfitwrr. AOKKTrt yon SINGE IVS Sewing Machines, For Familr end manufacturers tuie. The only Machine Hint Sews nil kinds nf Cloth with all kinds of Thread. We also liave the ageracy for the L I JSJX J!L Sawing Mnchinc, AND PITT'S PATENT THRESHING MACHINE Wh'rlistNiidl unrivaled for threslilny vnd rliHUIne Grain at one oMeratinn with lr' T' PATENT CLEANER. lid j An ere...

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. — 21 April 1865

jYvD-At, rniDA.t, Afkil 21, 18C5, tOCKR 0UAMBG.71.1.N Em mm r K w u a 2.00 fETt ANNUM IN ADVa NCE. j 1 ' 1 J . . .. . . ( CaCCtATios or akt ai-kr h'blisB cn in die unitti wntcnv paDI hp ths-wtvtb D f. THE NATION BEREAVED. Inn Afit.Inn Tnntirna Alirn nml tin . - i i i aoun, M .t th lo. of ,,ft,M t . On the evening of the of ' n ii.L.f i. Preheat, wa, struck dom by ihet' foul hnnd of LlrodnS,-,..I.;,.P.lfc,v ,i . . ' , mj -.i.i, i, , , ., I Illlrd witli tejw.olng over the Biu-crstl ..t Tti. i. , . w,!, i , I oi.wnea every ono should hn.ej, . . Dee riled with fcolinss of good wllll . . Ii-ot tOTards nil men;--cut down wlienj i r. r .... , . , one who could bnnir about pence niuij .ettienient of our d.fflcult.e.. OU !lf the blackness of tho heart of the a. atsius who could thus dash tho cf happiness from the lips of tho naj i - r ;. a f. ..!.. 1 . ever hub o .(Mei oiinjioutm; uut tnourned with such deep, poignantfwjllfully sorrow ns lins Abraham Lincoln. He was beloved. Ikiaing from anl...

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. — 21 April 1865

Jancitch; Iffffrsonian Local and Miscellaneous. jCtT All communications on busi ness to this office should bo address cd -"Lock A Chamdkiimn, JclTcr eoninu Olllcc, Findlny, Olilo." , J The Jollification on the 14th. According to previous announce incut, frfiod jollification came off In Plndl&y on Friday of lust week The sun nroso in a cloudless sky, And nature shewed to smil with ap proval on the happiness of a joyous ' people. . Tlio exercises commenced at six o'clock in the mo ruino; with lh ringing of bells and tho firing of a -" 1 t - At. . oaiuie pi , juu iy-Bi. guns, jls un day wore on. the tieonlc iir-zan t gather (ft,1 and by nine o'clock a pood ly n n ml mm- were in town. At ten services proper for the occasion were held Jn. several of tho churches Shortly after noon, the ringing ol tlio Court House bell drew a rrowi of people together, nn3 they listened mtentivelv to addresses . ny . itova Iloso and Wykes. Alter the speakinn was over the people adjourned to set the cer...

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. — 21 April 1865

fjunrsrh tiUtmm FatfcAT, A PHIL 21, t?C5 . t r. h m m 42.00 PER ANNUM IX ADV NCE m nrxsRsomAH has the larokst ncrtanow or art upbr rnuta d ur tni conm. An Unhappy Affair. An extremely imhnpp.T f flair hn Just been orotipht to light In this city. In which an elderly but well known lotcl keeper figures as ono of the prominent cnaracrers. as & natural! oreconence. lie feel cheerless, ami' ttelBPcliolv over the result, ami lie las the ynipthy of the community la hie I'iseonsolatlon. The present war, it an the tnolftoms connected 'With It emiltl be properly written up. onld afford the subject for several Isterestinj? volumes. When the first call Wfl9 made hy the President for the three years' troops, a young man who resided In the Inferior of t' e State was among those who volunteered his service in tfefno of hi country, lie was well' to do In the world and hnd a young if in whoni he placed the most im T)llitootifidene, end whowns., go fn'r e tht world knew, tin honevt, tip. rig:it, ...

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. — 28 April 1865

&Lj? .' , ' - LOCKE k CHAMBERLIN, Proprietors. FINDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL " 28, 1865. Volume 11 Number 49. HARDWARE DEALER! IX HARDWARE, Ewlng IIIik-W, three door I Barney' Store. ftooth Keep ennatantlv aupplled with a full and and moll complete flock of Hardware, Iron, Bom "Prinjs, Glass, White Lead Gum Belting:, Steel, Haili, fiash, OU. &e., &o., 4c Which t Maikat. ranojif) r at the Bottom of the TUICES GREATLY REDUCED. Wt are altn Glaring t farmer tha eauiaad bent Mowing &, Heaping Mao liinoB 1e the world. W have the OHIO MOWKII Ai JtRtPFfl. ft VfflA IUIRF, t II tMPJO . !4. Comliluid, 4 I'll tAIIM.tW kit, 3, l.lgut Slower. a';i:tk ran 8 I N G K ITS Sewing Machines, . ForFamllr and nianulaeturer ue. The only Machine thut Sow hII kinds of Cloth with nil kind of Thread. We aUo hiie tha ag'-ruey for the Sawing Machine, AND PITT'S PATENT THRESHING MACHINE Wh'eh tnd unrivalled, for th-ealiing and eleaiiing flralu at one nper.il mi Willi liro?d PATENT CLEANER, ...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 28 April 1865

t.tmat, Fmdat, Apuil 1805. T. tOCKB, I S. CHAWBfcnLIW f editors. TKRMKI 2.oorPAyyuMiy advance. f JtrctRSOKIAM HAS THR LAROMT ClKCCLATTON OF ANT rAfCK FCBtlSH d in tm KoKTu-ff-EsrcRa par or - ini STATIC. ANOTHER FAILURE.—DECEASE ANOTHER FAILURE.—DECEASE OF GEN. SHERMAN. (. Sherman ronelndlng that ir.!lno u.nnuh ns Abraham Lincoln was, no move, he wosthe Ooverriment,, Knw fit to close his willtarj career, and tart t President tmd Congress 0n dih own nccotint. a ro'.n tn,v bo an excellent MacKr-.nitk, mt may notlu-eeks be entirely compete , lt to run a Uv- rn.- Gen. Bhern-.A,, 1,.. tn.A f s.,ia J -jviuiiL uuivn uiinii. As a General Ur. has, by his own ge-lnjarkol. nlo in that line, with first class ns-jber Usance, done bia country rervlec nd won ar. honorable name. But onclu,. 4i.iviiii uuwi uwe.iu. top, prOTnpted Cither by Vanity Ol' omethi'iig worse, has ruined him for ever und ayo, aud W, T. Sherman goes, luto history with McClellan and tho host of names wc once honored I'Ut now onl...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 28 April 1865

0 jfiifitB ffiffftioiUi Local and Miscellaneous. f, far All com muni cati tit on busi tiess to tliia ofllcd should & addrcss cJ "Locke & CiiAMDEHtin, JelTer Boniati Office', Findlay, Ohio. . - the Alban's Narrative. f We commence this week thenarra tive of Cant. II. It. Allian. Cnpt. A. Was taken t 'JlnckamauKa on tlie, ightof'the 20th of September, 18C3. From the field he was taken to Co J ftimbiaCS. C, at which point the nar rative commences. 1 W3 Ul I l Cl till WVJl U 111 I 1 AS WIS V I1U morning of the 7th or October, be urw HH ..A.I a rTni.i.T,.:k am tween lour and lire o clock : remain- '; (! on tho cars till after daylight, nnd l . i is n una nr amti no a r iim Mr, . ' I , . . . I I T. w lf unui aoous iwo o viock, r. ai. e were then marciicn to our prison camp, . Ihis camp is aitUMtcd on the opposite side of llroad River from Columbia, and about two miles dis. camo witli u from liarloston. on i l ther side and in front, un.l acomi.anv of young fi)ps, taken, as they th...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 28 April 1865

Jjintfcrh -Ifffcrsonian IVllaT, Fmdat, Area 28, 18GV t.OCKL CH IMURRU. KniTom. Trick of a Esquimaux Dog. on tidied the bole of them nronnd me, M) J gav tt cncli In turn cnpelin, r sronll dried Ch. To do tUia fuir- l, 1 usad to tnnko the dog cntirclo P:t until ever) one had received tun .f the captlitu n piece. Now I'.nrle ktk, very J'oung ud shrewd dog, ot-k It into hi tiend that he would jl'iv n white uion'e trick. So, every tiu. tie received Li flli, lie would tail nauare out inuve n distance of r-o or tii r co dog nnd force Limst-lf Id line again, tbim receiving (loudly the share of nnv other dog. Hut tliia of Barbekark'a liiopoke too much of the same iruiiy . ..i. .1.-!- i. .uii uii-ir lellow-belnga, nun, . I notlci-il it, I determined to clock liU tloish pro (tensities, still the ciuiD'.rig and the singular ny in which be evidently hatched lnc, induced u titouic-iil's luo in my Intention. Eneh (log, tbankfullf took hi capeliu oh Mb turn eame round, but Bnrbeknrk, finding! but l...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 5 May 1865

'0 - lit 1 , 1 ) LOCKE & CHAMBERLIN, Proprietors. FINDLAT, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 5, 1865. Volume 11 Number 50. BJIHMIfl LUIS CO, DIALERS IN II A ED W ARE, Ewlnga niiwV. Ihrpfl doors Moath of Uaru-' Store Keep ennslantlr aupStad -ltb 'u'l mid .ud inuat ooniplole Steele u( 4 Hardware, Iron, Steel, Bogy springs, Nails, Glass, Sash, Whits Lead, Oil, pum Belting, &o., &c, &e. Whlob we no J i Tj r at the Buttom of the Maiket- TRICES GREATLY REDUCED. W are alio dlerlng to farmer tha beat cumolned Mowing &. Reaping MaolUnos a tha world. We have the 4ii to stow nil t nmPF.n. rnin til IKK, I'HAMPIO Wu. 4. I'muliluril, lid Cll.t.UPI'ISI So. 3, LltfUl Mowrr, AtiKNT FUR SINGER'S Sewing Machines, For Family mid manufacturer ime. The only Machine that Sews nil kind of Cloth with all Liuds of Thread. Wa lno hare tba agemoy for tha Sawing Machine, AND PITT'S PATENT THRESHING MACHINE "Wh'eh aland unrtvalla I for th-pnio n nd Mild cleannm lira ii :ii uiiii ore .;:..;! : ll ;m p...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 5 May 1865

ZlttnntQsh $t (f woman. T K R M ll 2jOO PR ANSUAl IN ADVANCE. FUUkLAY, Fkidat, Mat 6, 18i)5, r--r-.iT-, -. C! N. IOCKP. - L l , - v v j- ' L . cwAMafeRtiN, 1 tfil JMSIRAvjHIAH HA( TUB LAKORST CUtCSt-ATiOH Of AJII f APKR PCBltSU w in tun Notuivv Mrtr.N a'aiit of 2nS MATE. THE REBELLION CRUSHED. The aurrvnder of Jolnston's array virtually kills the rebellion and ends the war. It Is the last army, of any importance tbut the rebels have tuul It fall puts the flnishiujf touch to treason. ' There will foe no more hard lighting, as the rebels, cannot get to gether au unny sufilcicutly large to mike head nsraiiiHt tho smullest of our forces. It U true that there may bo oruo guerrilla warfare, but this will aoon bo crash-d out. It will not Vuke long for our efficient cavalry forces to either drive them from the country or destroy them. They will be out lawed and shot n sight. Already tlitvo ere signs of tt e dawning of peace. Parts of the ar toy are to, be released, the men di nt'1 td under ...

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. — 5 May 1865

Local and Miscellaneous. T All communications on busi ness to this office should ba aM ress ed "Locke & Chamuehmh JelTer onlan Olilcc, Findlay, Ohio." Prison Life in the South—Capt. Alban's Narrative. [CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK.] Travelled twenty-one miles. I did not start with aiiytliinir in tho shape - t..j v.. .ji,,..i ii.: o. p ..u.. u..v Bu,k lu t V? V- ?L the 18th I then obtain. 4 .on e sweet po atocs-how, it is needless to ay-and going into a deep forest, built fire and roasted them and made a hearty meal. I had not more to eat until the night o the 20t.l, when, as I was passing a plantation, a negro and bis daughter came out of one of the huts. I approached him; and told him I wanted something to cat that I was a Yankee olllcer es , , . , . - . , Ma..A1 r.Am fj.liir.il. in mirl r.lmr. I l.flil , V i i and that I had k people to feed E "VU " - - to depend on the Mack peopi me. "Well." said he, "vo want de white folks to know it?" No, certainly not." "See here, Tab- ithy," ...

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. — 5 May 1865

. 2,00 PER AXXUMINAD VNCE. The Manufacture of Perfumes. Among tho popular lccturt which - Vave been lately delivered in t be Hor ticultural Sodety, Mr. Septimus Pies e liaa jtlvin one a 'Perfumes and th method of olitaining the odors." The lecturer pointed out thnt, con trary to the gcnernl belief, nearly all tbe perftiaic. derived from rc not ttfide by distillatiou, but bv -- , - j -, nowenug, una liy mnceratmn or iu- XusioR. 1 . odori.or flowers do not. MS a general rule, exist in Uiphi as a tore or in a glati.l, but tuey are de veloped a nn exhnlntion. While the flower brentlis, it yields fragrance; lut kill the flower, and fragrance wants. It Ihih not been ascertained when the diHcovn v m made of van. deiiHing, nn it wure, the breath of the flower during life; wliut wo know is that If a living flower be placed near lo butter, grcac, ttniiuul ful, or oil, tliese bodies ubworb the ordor ghen ttl by tlwr blosjm, and in turn bo voice (rngraut. If we spread fresh, ImtaUed butter upon...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 12 May 1865

::Iif 'kmtk tffe piitSf IBIS LOCKE & CHAMBERLIN, Proprietors. FINDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY' MORNING, MAY 12, 1865. Volume 11 Number 5U HARDWARE DEALERS IH HARD W A RE Ewlnc tlliM-kt threi donrs Mumh of lla.nt' Hlorf. Keep eontant!v iifllt4 with a lull and nd moot complete (lock ol IIsir!ivar Iron, Stetl, BoSy ipringi, Kail, Glass. Sash, White Lead. Oil. Gam Bdtic;, &c, &o., 4c. Whteh we no j i fi r Uatkel. at tho 4 ;t m of TRICES GREATLY R EDITED We are aiao ctnmitine 1 Bering t f. tT.prii the Iwm 3Iowins & R eaping Maoli inoB In the world. ' We have the oni't ltiiwcn tc hfhv n !;. llll'.l-. II t I!M -a l i.mlil nil IIIIMFI No. a. I llit MtiWrr. a;kn h K')R SING i: R'S Sewing Machines, For K: mllv and awniirirt'ireia iko. The only Sfacl.ino thsit Sows nil kinds of C'lotli witii all kinds of Tlirvad. We alo hye the ag-m y f '.' lliu Ia I TSL Sawing Machine, AND PITT'S PATENT THRESHING MACHINE WMrh alanda nnrlvitll'd fir tlt'ernV- nd ard clnHimiK tira'n Ht n :e opiTat'oii w H...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 12 May 1865

fciJiiiimr in 1 1 i imiaV, Fridat, Wat 12, 1865. T r n in i S2.00 FEB ANSUM IX ADVaKCEJ 'err- i i w in i i r . : O. . t-OCRfl, O. N. I.OCX EDITOR t n. CHAMP CREW. I CLEMENTLY! The people of the loyal ere, a few weeks ago In a moat for-nntej( mood. As soot, as Lee ur-),, l.te army, and the end of rebellion waa in eight, the people, i..ia seemeu possessed wmi spun, mercy wdicii oiu iuir nut ouijr iu u honerate the contrivers Jion and the tools they selected to Of tho rebel-. carry It on from oil the conspqnencesi. . . , , , , . of their stupendous sin, but to exalt' ,,,. , had stood by the nation in its peril. Had that wholesale murderer, Koh- trt E. Le come North five weeks! aKo. we doubt not that he would been feasted and petted aa a bravei petted but unfortunate man. Rebcrt E. Lee haa the blood . . - . more Northern men to answer fori v.i... i, j who v. .i..v..v... bad the power in his bauds be could; . . hsve stonned the war at nnv time.--! -, ,. , V , ,. . . .' , , A V l ll IMJt,...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 12 May 1865

VSht gaum gVWcwjnian.jilS Local and Miscellaneous. 3T All communicnliotiH on busi ness to this olllce should bo address ed "Lock & Ciiambkrlin, Jctfcr Boninn Office, Findlay, Ohio." Prison Life in the South—Capt. Alban's Prison Life in the South—Capt. Alban's Narrative. [CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK.] We only readied Anderson that night, a distance ot ten miles from where wo atarted the evening before ; camped at five In the morning of the 22th. Roasted throe of our chickens to last us until the next morning, af ter which we laid down until night. We started at sunset and traveled all night. At five o'clock in the mor ning we came into a deep cut in the railroad aud could not climb up on either side nntil daylight should Come to our asHlntanco. This caused us considerable alarm as we were Hit-j bio to bo discovered at any moment.' We got safely through, however, and tinning a goou camping piaec, pro ceeded to roast our remaining two chickens. We had about finished ronstingthem when ...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 12 May 1865

pr : ; : : . . " ' - " i77 ffhcjianwh gcf ffwonton. 2,00 PER ANNUS? INADVaNCE. An Appeal for Justice. At 0 meetlrg LelJ In PLilndclpliia on FrkTtr evening", I4t& tilt ,Mr. Al tert N. Gilbert follrr rod tfca follow, ing pertla a cOilrcei; '. Wew ri clcbt totlmlrftilenof tin? Rebellion. What? Thorough ly lend lu history, nuclerstfiwlinj: the princi ple cf political , economy, familiar with the epri.fig of national action, they inangtirntprl this rebellion. They wera not misled. Tl.ey knew nil consequence or tlie venture thivi-nr made. They knew that if the North, irero loyal ana r.rve,t!uy numt vuiii throuch sens ol wooti, vt mcy caii Ihdin(l ivsaunicd the rh?k They imtl no jrront moral end in Mew, no lofty political piinclple to viddlenle. no worthy object to achieve. Hut two things were to he nceoniplWIicrt prr- ontd nKinniliennlnt binl. m they liopcd, the 1 .crpetnity of ulavtrv- Yet they ouiulel the tocsin whose flrat peril made the whole world tr ni Lie. By fraud find force c...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 19 May 1865

- f mm LOCKE & CHAMBERLIN, Proprietors. FINDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1865. Volumd 11 Number 52. " HARDWARE DF.Af.EU8 IS HARDWARE, Ewlngs Tllock, three doors South of llurnevU Store, Keep onnstsntly supplied with a full and nd most cim1ote stuck of Hurtlvrurc, Iron, Steel, BtLcgy springs, ffails, Glass. Sah, Whits Lead, Oil, Gum Belting, &o.,&e., 4c. Which we notlTj Maikol. r at the Bottom of the PRICES GREATLY REDUCED. We are ulso ofioring to farmer the comulned best blowing &, Reaping M noliinoH In the world. We have the omo MOWF.n Ai URtPF.ii. rri't'ti.t CHIRK, IIAMIMI No. !i. (omhliiril, nd UIAMFMN No. 8, l.iglit Slower. AGENTS FOR SINGER'S Sewing 3Iacliincs, For Family and manufacturers use. Tho only Mncliinc tliat Sews all kinds of Cloth with nil kinds of Thread. We also have the agemcy for the Sawing Machine, AND PITT'S PATENT THRESHING MACHINE Which atands unrivalled for threshing nd kiiU I'lnimiiig Orain at one operation with im proved PATENT CLEANE...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 19 May 1865

s ' ! I,.., ir.-.-M . --.-g F..JM..VT, Friday, Mat " so,.: M.OorEB Kl NtTm IK AD V A NCE. W. LOCK'', ET5ITrH9. X H. CriAMBCRLTW, ! , JEFF. DAVIS A PRISONER. ...1.1 t...V T....l. ru Zv Tr , ' . ii tho re.clb-n, is no in f.O han-lnof! tho Gvernujent, and "Wat ,!iall be' "-.ue with Win," is. qncatioa uiorei'" .sled at this Sit Ihv J lrcqnnt. this U tUftn fin3--. There ought to be no questions iuu "uiyiev., cucreon wimi, "" than nv other tnau living, haj cirse w vuis country ana luowona. no nu moruio i lanje uw into a wartuat lias co-.t it nnIlio:i f trens'i;-o und hundieds of tlioa ounda lives. And that wur he ha jirosecuted ui.h . on leri'nl ze; I nnd w itU malignity and cruelty, iii.linown in the hivtory of the world. The Fort ni! -w- manual re, the iysteniatie ..... m . .. I wrvjii or i.inoiieis, tt:e iioriors;ft A A SSI c: Aiiacrsunvuio aua kinuy, e con CllUd to, and defended, if he did ttOtjth-i.nliout lcise. ' lie nboul I lie hanflod. It will uevei do to allow the ,e leading tiv....

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 19 May 1865

Local and Miscellaneous. 8" All communications on busi ness to tliis office should be address ed "Lock de Cuambkulin, Jefler oniau Olllee, Findlay, Ohio." Prison Life in the South—Capt. Alban's Narrative. [CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK.] The weather hnd t imed cold du ling tho night, nnd when we awoke in the morning, wo were bo chilled that wo could scarcely 6land. On rising wo held n. connnltntion. Wo were then fairly in the mountains a country inhabited inmost exclusively by nou slaveholders, from whom we would be compelled to get our sup plies, nud it being now the lime of year (October 27th,) when we tntMt reasonably look for unpleasant weatli er, wo decided to pass for rebel sol diers and travel openl v Pursuant to this l. lun, wo stopped at the first house wo came to and tried to iret Bomo breakfast nnd were told that they had nothing; that they were compelled to await tho return of the husband, who w is then gone to mill. ere they could get anything for them selves. They informed ...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 19 May 1865

2,00 PER AMJM IN ADVANCE. Gen. Grant's House. Tin- liouw lfltil.v proscnted.to Gen. Grniit by citizens ol l'liiluiUl.liio, It now rcf.Jy for liii Intnily. Jt l en Chestnut trut lunrl winticth. Tbe I'hilndcli.liio Enquirer kiija: The nmnHioii is twcnty-lwo feet front.-one uunilrid t ml five fft tlorii. and (our stoi its In U-icht The front li of sandstone ai.d hi ft Vnkony tin der the lirst story windows. in the Interior the nrriingwncnts coniMno vlegonce and convenience. There Is n spneious hull, And a handsome tairensc ascending from it to the fourth story, lighted ly a window on the roof. There' is also n jaivatc stnircsae lending to the diuing room and kitchen. Dock of the chamber on ifc.e acc ord nnd third (loon arc bath rooms, trhtch elegantly fitteii ip. The par lor, nlioul sevinteiu ly forty feet, U superbly funi'mlicd, the' c:ii)ets being of velvet, llic turniturc of walnut, and the ciirtniiis of the richest lat e. '1 he piano and all the articles of furniture in the room ar...

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