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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 24 November 1865

Business Cards. 3 ' X-l-a.II If TT 1 I' I . - Dr. J. W. McCracken, Physioian, llAVINQ permonantly located In Aremllii, tlanfmrlc Coantjr, Ohio, offers his services to me mena of the town and vlolnllv. 49P Oilloe lormoily oacuplod by J. if. Toal Dr. A. Hard, TJHT9ICIAH AND SUROKON. would re- JL pectrully tender hla preleastonal services 10 tha cltisena of Flndlar und surroundins u'omiry. BPKGIAL ATTENrtOX OIVEN TO SUnuEnr. lOIIIo on corner over the store of H. P Om A Co. Realdnnoa on Handusky street Saoond door wml of United Brethren (ihnroh. J. &A. Langworthy, JPhysicians and Surgeons, a-OFFICE Ewlng's Ulook, over Baker'a .loining more KKHlDKNCK-West end of Samluskv reet. flmt bouse Weetot United Brethren j au ron mt, rtb. 2sih,lsJ. Dr. J. LnrgWorthy will pay especial atten tion to diseases of the Eye, Ear, Lungs aud Throat. t rench Artificial Eyos and Ear Drum In May F. W. MNTHIIUX. n. p. BALLARB. I2n.rik.ii fc IXallard, Physicians & Surgeons flNDL AY, Ofl I (7. aw OFFrCE-l...

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. — 24 November 1865

InKpUl, Mill dl'CW him. ' In A sort olTn dream I broke the Bi-r.1 nnd glanced ovpr the lltst word cflliepago before me. It bore, the Into of eleven years before, and rood thus: 'Okaii SoniT " 1 tried to rend tn but tho loiter dnnccd before my eyes. I gliuiecd st the signature nnd s.ivr his nnine. The letter fluttered Into my In p. 'Sophy," lio pleaded, "read nil, and answer me." Hut ttiero was no need. Tlio truth hnd Unshod upon mo. Tlic Iobi let tcr had been from him, nuking mo to be his wire, ml lie hnd t'llcen silence for rejection of his suit! Oil tlio trn long yenrs oflitddon sorrow year Hint hnd changed me Iroin n girl to a woman, tlmt hnd sprinkled silver in Ms chon looks! What bitter pay ment for ono cureless net; ho drew ulocr to mo. My eyes met his; my Imnd was stretched towards him! "Oh An drew!' I cried. 'You never could linvo been so dear to me had you not loved ma nil the wlilio." And the next moment I was clasp- to his breast, nnd our Hps met in their first UIbpi. Ila...

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 November 1865

&ht gwwkgtff wanton CIRCULATION DOCHLB TIIAT OF ANT OTHER PAPKR I!f TUB COUMTT. IXdnr, Plnromnnr 84, 18(13. Local and Miscellaneous. New Ttpb. A largo order new Job Typo, ot the latest styles, to gether with numerous font of bor dering and all nuccsuary mnttirlnl for extra work, will bo received nt the Jeffkrsonias Job Office, In a few days, which, in addition to ournl ready unprecedented facilities for doin Job Work ol nil kinds, will en able us to nccomodiito customers With whatever they may tlcsiro our line, on the shortest notice. Old Ukmablk IIlau Qcaktrrs out this week in n new advertisement. Barnd & Turlcy aro constantly re ccivtng good good goods at Hint. Call und suo them,' and yon will go away satisfied, both as to tlio prices nnd goods. Sf.iuou-j Accidknt. On Siuidny last, near tlie resldeneo of John Uib lcr, a person was seriously injured by careless driving. A party of gentle men and ladies wero going from church, when they were overtaken by two person driving f...

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. — 24 November 1865

llRl'l'LATlOJt I01 III. K THAT OK AMY OTUKU rAf'F.U IX THE COUNTY. History of the M. E. Church. I'liilip Knibiirv formed the ft r1 Methodist Society iu A mum ion, In 1700 ; In first congregation consist fld of lour pontons besides himself, nnd were gathered in his own house by Mrs. P.arlnrit Hick, "nn elect'' Methodist "Indv" from Inhiiio). Preachers were sent over liy Wesley, nnd the denomination soon extended to riiil:idcllda, to 1'i.iltimoie, to Nor folk. It lield its first Conference in 1778, nnd iu llrst General Conference (orgniiizinjr it ns "tho Methodist Kniseo'pnl C'lmrch in llie United States of America,") in 17t4. What buvo been the rcMilu 1 Embury's little congregation ol flvo iorioiis 1i:is miillijilied to thou Bands of .Societies, from the tiorlhcrn most SettlemcuU of Canada to tlie Gulf ot Mexico, from Nova Scotia to California. The. first Htnull con ference of 1778, witli its 10 reneliers nnd its 1,100 reported nieiuhers, lias multiplied to Oil conferences, G.Hl itin...

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. — 1 December 1865

Business Cards. -jrjhr. J.,1V. McC'rackcn, ' Physician, "" WAVTSO nermnnentlr located In Aveaill Hancock Coontx, offer hli services to tn olttien or tb town ana vtciniiy. rfOffln lormerlyonnupled by J. H. Teal. Dr. A. Hurd, PBYSrCTAM AND BUHOROS, would rt pect'ully tender hit professional service tu the oitiiens ol Flndlay and surrounding aonntrr. ' 8PK0IAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO 8UP.0ERY. IVORn on corner over the more or It. P flaza A Co. Residence on Fanduskr atreet second door west of United Brethren Church. J. & A71angworthyt Physicians and Surgeons, SsroFFICE Swing's Dlook, over Baker's Clothing More. sr KKHIDKNCE Went end of Sandusky street, flret house Westof United Brethren church lot. Feb. l.Uh, 18J. Dr. J. lrgworthr will pajr etpeelal atten tion to dieeiiaei of the Eye, Ear, Lung and throat. French Arliflclal Eyes and Ear Proms In Mk!'L r. W. (NTBIIIN. U.D. 14LI.taD.jB Eiitrlkiii Sc. Mallard, Physicians & Surgeons FINPLAV, O tl I C. OFFICE In the room formerly occn tfi...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 1 December 1865

,1- i M rr w fcj' ' . W JSiMllfOCU tUtrSOU It U O. THRALL. O. T. LOCKS. 1 Thrall & locke, tiiT. M ami MormnTom. 'Tiwn at, tma Ft Id-, v. lo-rmhr-r I, iM. Bear" All letters Intended for tliis trlUeo BlxMjld lie ta!.1rnril In' ....!.. , Thrall A Lochk, f llllllllV, uiiiu. ' ' t:-.ll i i I The Meeting of Congress. 1 "the .TIihty-NiHlIi Co.igress will ssscmbls at WsslifDgtoti next Moa ilay. The Clerk of the last House, Mr. MiTIicrsoff, has declared bis put pose not to cuter upon the roll tho n nines of gentlemen chiming eats from States recently In rebel lion, but lie it 111 submit their claims to the action of tho Hottso os made up by nrcHibers from the loyal States.. And it U now pretty generally coa- reded, we believe, that tho House trill organize as has becu its custom uuilng tho rebellion tbit Mr. Cul fax will receive tho almost, if not quite tho unnnimoua vote for Speak erand that the Speaker and a ma jority cf thr. members w ill agrco In U8tainlr:g the resident's plan of re ...

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. — 1 December 1865

She mt aU &ttUxmUvi)? CinODXaTIOK DOUBLE THAT Of AM OTUIR rAPF.n IN TI1K COLNTT. V friday, December 1, 1803. Local and Miscellaneous. ; , Ohio Statu Sonoo Association. The regular annual Convention ol the Ohio Stnto Sorgo Association, ' . will be held in Cincinnati, O., at the ' Lecture Room in Mozart Hall, com ' mcnclng Tuesday evening December y This lias been a very successful " season with the Cane, and a new in ( terest has been excited. We under stand that a quantity of tho Seed for. . wardod from China, by tho agent ofl - tho Department of Agileulture, has been sent to tho Editor of tho Sorgo Journal, by the Commissioner, to distributed among the members of ., r, ., . , tho Convention. A sample of Sorgol Sugar from China will nlso bo cxhl- bitod. Godey's Ladt's Book. The De cember number of this popular ladies magazine is on our table. This mi . .ii- Christmas number, contains four! Christmas stories. 1 1 opens with a lino engraving, Tho Christmas1 Tree," followed by a ti...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 1 December 1865

Wffldft HAn Utt?t WiiTf. . Friday -Ieernibor I, I OS. ' Discovery at Pompeii. Tho excavations nt l'omncii Itrr ,f 5inS KW a M-tirrty stimulated rf thfc -iiftfirrtant 1iirtverie. mnd .jit almost every stop and the qnan--titie) of gold and silver found, which Wore tban nfllfce to corortho costoi the work. Js'cnr the Tcniplo of Juno, of wWcti'ka. account -Wfii rtccntlv jjivon, has Just been brought to light ft uoiis'o ho doubt belonging to some ""I'twrp 0 " time, si the furni ture is of ivory, bronxc and marble. ni . . . i . . a ne concuss or 1110 uiciinuim, or dining room, aro especially of ex taenia richness. The flooring con sists of Iran enso mosaic, well pre served in parts, and of which the Vonsor rtprsouts taljle. Ini J out for ft,1 n,,y inniui, t'.ln the middle, on a large dish, may He seen ft splendid peacock, with Ms tad spread out, and placed back to back with another bird also of cle gam pi 11 inn go. Around tlicm arc arranged lobsters, one of which holils a blue egg in its...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 8 December 1865

Business Cards. , lr. J. W. ITIcl'rnckcn, Physician, HAVING parmonnntlj' located In Ara,li.i, Ilnncork Connljr, Ohio, ofTars hi sarvloes to the cltlr.ens of the town and vlclnlly. - Offlo formerly occupied by J. M . Teal. Dr. A. Xlurd, THY8tCIA! t ND RUMORON. would re JL peotfulljf teni r Ha prefesslnnal service 10 me oiuiena 01 r inillny nnd surrounding gunniry. Bl'EClAr, ATTENTION OIVEN TO SDROERY. .Office on corner over the More of II. 0ie A Co. Residence on Handuskv street aoond door went of United Brethren Chnroh. J. & A. Langworthy, Physicians and Surgeons, SrOFFICE Ewlng'i Block, over Baker's vioirmiK more. - ItKSIDKNCE West and of Biindiiskj treet, first boua Weal of Unltod Brethren ennrcn lot. Feb. 25th, 1(!3. Dr. J. Lsrgwortlir will pay especial atten tion to diseases of the Eye, Ear, Lungs and S'hroHt. Frenoh Artificial Eea and Ear Prume In Mhv J't. t. W. SNTSISIH. It. D. BaLLAHB. I2ntrikiu Ac Ilallard, Physicians & Surgeons FIND LAV) OHIO. . -OFFICE-In the room f...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 8 December 1865

ffianroth gcffcrsoiiianj L. O. TIIRAI.L. t. T. LOCKS. THRALL &. LOCKE, unir i p"rwtra riNttAT, CHIO. Friday li'Cfmbrr S, ISA 5. The President's Message. Fellow Citizens of the Senate and House of Etpeuntathe': To express rrritittdo to.- Ood, In the name of tho people, for the pre servation of the United States, Is my first duty In addressing you. Our thoughts next revert to the death of the late President by an act of par lel.lal tremor. The gtler'of the na i tlon Is still fresh; it finds some solace In the coniideration that he lived to, enlov the highest proof of It confi dence by entering on the renewed term of the Chief Magistracy, .to which he had been elected; thai lie brought the civil war substantially to a close; that his loss was deplored in nil ports of the Union; and that for eln nations hove rendered Justice to his memory. II is removal cast up on mo ft heivbr wel jlit of cares thain ever devolved upon any one ol bis iircdrcessors. To fulfill my trust 1 need tho sup...

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. — 8 December 1865

a..... t. ......it.., and with hletnrl.1 tea. sar.: tnatet theeinerienre f entnn h bn fnrawda.1 Into it fw aanerst'nne unit aa ore- atd an intense. indeirnnibie nationality. men our juriaoiounn nm noi reann nevonn Ihe Inconvenient bnnnderlee o- the territory! whioh hud achieved Indenewtenims now. through cessions of lands, first nnlnn'.ed hv Bpnln Hnd Kruno Hi country ha aoo,'ilrd & mnri nomitle nhai-acter. and has f r Ita natural limits the chain nf lakes. Ihfi Htilf of Meiioo, nnd nn In east anil in two rent imiiint, Oth'f tiailone were wasted b nlTil nn tnt acea tin for titer oonid e tahllah for themselves lh neoeasarr degree of unttyi the Intent oonvlitlon thitt our form of government l the best known in the world. has enabled uato emerge fr m o'll warwllhih lour years, with n com iiete n dloatlnn of the eon-tl'u lorml autboili nf the General Oovernmen . itrd with our I ol llhertiea end Htn'e Instlttitlona tinlmpared. The throng of emluraiita ilmt crowd to our hnrea nre witn...

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. — 8 December 1865

. CIRCULATION rOfni.K THAT OF A1 ;tTHU rAPRR IN TIIK COUHTf. rrid iv.! Dreember 8, inns.' Farmer's Wives. " Farmers, cut tills But and pnste It "on tho panels ot your kitchen doors: It is pcrlmps infc to tay, tlint on llirco farms out of fourtlie wifo work harder, endures more than any oilier on the tilncc; more tlmn the husband more than tho farm-hand, more tl.an the hired belp of the liitWion. Jinny n fnrincr ppcaJis to Iiis wife nrhituallj in terms more imperious, impatient, and petulant than ho would uso to . tho scullion of tho kitchen or to his hired man. .Many ft farmer's tvifo is literally worked to death in an inadvertent manner, from want or rcllccuon or consideration on tho part of her bus band. Nono can understand better tban lie, In plowing or sowing, 01 harvest lime, that if a liorso get kick, or runs away, or is stolen, an other must be procured that very dny, or tho work will Inevitably go iicuiiHluimd. lie docs not carry tin same practical sense into tho kitchen whe...

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. — 15 December 1865

3bM K-Mtrspntiifi t I It 1 1 PDBLMHKD EVERT FRIDAY", ttf T II It A LL V I. O Ii i: . . T E n M I . One Veai", In advance. t... 1J 00 ' BATES OF ADVERTISim 'Ritslneas Curd. lines or less One Bqunre, S weeks nr lc.. Each additional msortloti under throe ,' mnntlm One son. re 3 months ,,, .... . B " '." i rw.. '.'.".".I. J column t montlii , , , '.on 2. ou so 4.00 7.00 lo.oo 7,00 11 oo 20,00 12.00 20.00 31.00 11,00 3). "1) VO.OII " TAHP ' i it months..... , 1 i jw . . .y.','.v."y.v v.; " " S months ( i ' i vm.f Business Cards. Jr. J. IV. MeCrncKcn, Physician, HAVIVO permnnently Ineatedln Arraill.., llaneeek dmilj-, . offera disservice to the ett'fena or lh town mid Tlclnlly. Offlne Inrmrrly occupied ny J. M. Toal Dr. A. Hurd, PHYSICIAN AND HUnOEO.V, would ro peotlulty tender III. professional services l Ilia cttlzena of Flndiay Tuid aurri'uiidinj: country. SPECIAL ATTENTION T.IVEN TO PUR0ERY. S-Oltlce on corner over the .tore of II. I' flane A Co. Residence, on Sandusky a'.reol eoond d...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 15 December 1865

.wrt,sl on'tnnqf), mora largely casn man wa ever mo enso previous to 18G1, ami that there is a tniieli greater proper lemnnl for money tlinn there would lie If aulcs were made, as heretofore, on credit. It i'ftlo true Unit, there is a larger do in and than fonrierly for - money on the part of manufacturers for the payment of operative, lint, makinr!it tho most liberal allowances for the incrca ed wholoso.ne demand ri-ir,u from these causes, ami from tho nd vanco of tho country in Ihimiicss and population, it is apparent from the foregoing statement, if Urn advance in prices did; not eitnMish the fact., that tho circulating medium of the country is altogether excessive. . MEASURES RECOMMENDED. f Tho Secretary, tlicrefore, rcjpect fully but earnestly recommends: First That Congress declare thai tlio compound interest notes slnli cease to bo a, legal tender from the day of their maturity. . Second. That tho Secretary be authorized, in his discretion, to sell bonds of the United States,...

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. — 15 December 1865

Circulation double that or at OTHIR PAPER IN TH1 COUNTY. frldaK, nrcpmber IS. I(I5. Local and Miscellaneous. Puiktino. We are reaily to do &1I kinds of plain and Taney printing If you want to Increase your busi ness use printer Ink, and if you "want printing done come to the Jef- riRsoNUN Officc. It will pny. Buy Wolf Ice Cream Candy, While it is fresh at Chnrlio Hall's. See holiday advertisement oi Frey Co. Big opening of holiday gifts on the 18th. Read the advertisement of the engraving of Tlio Child's Prayer. It is a splendid picturo and would be an appropriate Christinas or New Year's present Morrison, Grose & Co. will do splendid thing by everybody in the stove and tiuwaro line. See adver tisement. Charlie Hall's is the onlv nlncc in town that keeps Wolfs Ico Crenm Candy. The members of the German Re formed Church of this place, intend holding a festival on New Year's day. AH should buy a ticket and go. Sco advertisement. Nw Bell. The members of tlio German Lutheran chu...

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. — 15 December 1865

hi 'ianco(h'grf ft wnifttt CIRCULATION DOCBI.R THAT Of AMT OTHER PAFSR IN TUB COl'MIT. "jTTg wfr Ptccinher is, IsonV ' The Way they Make Butter in France. It is well known Hint cream may be converted Into butter by simply being burled in the ground, but it is not gen eraly known that this mode is in com risjr, Vffy ffforniatiriy and some parts of France. The process is ns follows: Crrnm is placed in a linen ling of inotlcrate thickness, which is cniefully secured and placed in a hole In Hie ground about a foot and a Imlf deep; it Is then covet on and foil Tor twenty. four or twenty-Dvo hours. When taken ont the cronm Is very hard, find nly requires beating for a short time with A wooden mnVlet, after which half a glass ot water is thrown upon it, which causes the butter milk to separate from the butter. If the quan tity of cream is large, it Is left more than twenty-five hours in the ground. In winter, when the ground is frozen, the operation is performed in a cellar, the bag being ...

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. — 5 January 1866

Daw0clitffcr5onia, PUBLISH.,!) RVKRT KtllDiT. RV t it r a l l & locks. TERlll 6m Yaar.ln advanoa... tl 00 RATES Of ADVERTISING. Bnelness Card,fl lines or leas a.. Il.flfl One Square, $ weeks or less 2,ou Kaon additional inserties under three months One square months .... ' - " 1 year...!'.!!!!'.!!. i oolumn 9 months 1 year 1 " S months ft 6 ' ' " I year " Inentha - " " 1 "' t rear on 4. (XI T.n 10. (Kl 7.00 U no 2o,oo 12.00 JO.IXI itvno M,00 So.iln 6K.0U Business Cards. Ir. J. W. McCrackcn, Phy aioian, BAVINd permnnantly located In Areartj, WM.iroHt Cowiif-, Ohio, offers his services to the citizens or the town and vlclnlly. evOfnue formerly occupied by J. M. Teal. Dr. A. Hnrd, I31!THICIA! AKD BUIlliKOV, would re pentfully tender hli prelessionitl services to the citizens o( Flndlay and umiundinii l'l'"!I;rAr ATTENTION 01 VEM TO SlTWlEn?. wauOirice on corner over the atnre of H. P nave A Co. Residence on Hnndnsky ntrmil aeoond door West of United Hrnthran Chiii-oh. J. & A. L...

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. — 5 January 1866

)anfIt Itffcrsonian L. O. Tl HALL. . O. T. LOCK It. THRALL eV LOCKE, FINDLAT, OHIO. Fifilty Bveiitrivi. Jn'StrvS, isnfl; The Governor's Message. Wo received tho mcssnge too Into for Insortlon in this week's pitticr. It is very long taking up nbout thir teen column or tlio Ohio Stnto Jotfr hhI. As a Jocmncnt it it well written ami rather interesting, though wo think that reiliis tl.o Governor might have said m much in half the pace. CoMianicATioNs.--We give on the out side of this week's paper a coin-1 nuuiknUon on "Reconstruction" wo cnll tho attention of our renders. Although it does not whol ly meet our views, 11 furnishes food for thought and is worthy a pci usnl. Wo also publish a communication oi. the M. E. Church, which, though a littlo late, w ill richly repay a read Ing. The News. The Stato documents of Missouri, stolen by Claib Jackson, liavo been found lu Texas. Vigorous efforts are being put forth in Pennsylvania to cslnbllHh a lino of steamers between Philadel phia and 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. — 5 January 1866

Zht ga(acUcff (Ionian Circulation poldlb that or at OTII8R f APIS IN THE COCRTT. I f Jminwy , tune. Local and Miscellaneous. Rkturnid. -What remain of llio boy, who enlisted hi tha 49lh and 65th from this county returned home during the past week. Old Tin Fob Sxi.b. Wo have a large amount of old type which we wish to tell. Those wishing it for boxing, will please call soon. It will bo sold reasonably. Those interested will please notice the advertisement of the Teachers' Board of Examiners. Thero has " been some chnnges made In the times of examining and teachors should noto them. r-' John T. Carlin, or Flndlay, has been elected 1st Assistant Sergeant at Arms of tho Senate. John will fill the position with credit, and the appointment is a good one. Grocehirs. Isnao Davis, the old reliable grocer, is out this week with anew advertisement. Ho announces that his groceries will be sold cheap. We don't doubt it, but if any do they can have their faith strengthened by calling on him. ' Mi...

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 January 1866

She Jtancojkgtfftwottton CiniUI-ATIOS DOITHI.K THAT 01 AST OTtlKR rAI'BR I Tll COfHTt. frliln., January s, isoe. What a Rum Seller Contributes to Society. delr. Wo find lite following in nn rx r-'rinirn. without miv In lifftllDiias to lis oriirln. It presents tlio business ol tlic Hii'uor tlctihr In striking contrast Willi trndes wliioli nro jistnu ntiu honorable : Every liiiiivlclnnl in society Is ex pected to contrllitito somollilii? to its mlvnnccmcnt find Intorest. Wo ro nicinbiT to Imve rend, jours ngo, of it conipnnj of tradesmen who had unitod themselves together in a mu tual benefit noclety, and eaeh dno to relate what he totild contribute to its siiport. Fist tlio blAcksmlth came forward nnd id: "Cieinlemun, I wish to become a member of your nnrlntioii." "Well wht-t can you do?" "Oil, I t an iron your enrrlflRos, ! shoo yoi.r liursos, nnd make all kinds ol implements.'' "Very well; eoino in, Mr. Iilack Mirth." Tlio mnson applied for adinlsson into the society. "And what can...

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