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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 12 January 1866

. "PUBt.tKHI D KVERY FHtD IT, OY T II R A Mi & LOCk'i;, TKRlll . -One Ycair,ln advanoe i 00 HATES OF ADV2RTI3Iff(J. ttnalnaaa Curd. 8 linen nr laaa., . s,fifl One Hanaro, 3 waaka nr leas 2.00 Each AlilltlonHl insertion under throa month ltd One square 3 mnntha 4 (in " " 7.w "1 JTBRf..., 10.IK1 4 oolifmn I muniln..,; 7.110 " " ' lion " I jrenr... 20,00 I " 3 mom In ., 1 Mm " " " , 20.00 " "1 year 33.110 " " , t tnontln ..... 18,00 " " " aS.un I "1 year o.oo business (JDarbs. Dr. J. W. Mclrnrkrii, -Physician, IIAVINO permnnently Inratad In An aril.. Hanrorlt County, Ohio, offers hla aortlcee 10 in oinxena or the town unit vlnlnllv. Mr Oinue formerly nnoupiod oy 1. U. Teal. Dr. A. Hard, PHYSICIAN AND Bljntirco:, would re pantrnlly tender hln prnleslnnal services tu tha citizen of i-'liidliiy and urriindiiiK ominlrr. SI'KOIAl. ATTESrtON CIVEtf TO RITIWEtlY ee.Ofllce tin coiner nvor the Morn of II. I1 (lage A Co. Baaldanca on Hand auk y street second dnnr weat of United Brethren I'hi...

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 January 1866

oversee politics! reforms In UipSontli. whrtlinr to W'jyt's oriilsc-Vs; "till l.tss to be miuchefco tflTRlo Grande, in orJor oisr U rpensce or assnult Maximilian's or aftf despotism. The dcap'it tlif.r enarM to suppress ttai JefTerson Davie, tlie trnilor; and lie Is, and lias bet-p, tardy a.id prop erly caged ever since "lbs end of the War." In neoordnnea with tltcsr iows I made an application, through fJovrroor Ilrougli, for the disrlmrgc of these men upon these grounds. On entering upon Hie discharge of. my prcsc.it duiies, I found in tlie or lice, and hove sloes received, largo numbers of applications from the Ohio Volunteers, singly rnd by company or regimental organizations, arguing, protecting, begging, Hint tho Gover nor of Oliij should den. and of ttic (Juncri.l Govtrnmiii. llicir immediate release. Not thinking tlio public Interest or theirs would be served cither by a publication of these com ii s nt or l v an rnconraircniciil 01 their Impatience or indignation at emb dete...

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 January 1866

$)anc0tft Jtffersonran L. O. THRALL O. T. LOCK!. THRALL. cV LOCKE, . miTciiu akd riorMnrniM. nWt)LAY, OHIO. Filday, Janaarr It. ISM. The extreme length of the Gov ernor's Message crowds out many other matters of Importance. GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. The opinions of the Ohio press on the Governor's Message are some What diversified, except on one point oil agree that it is extravagantly long; and one paper says its only tacrit is "its great spread over the entire paper." It is characterized as a "sophomorio production," "un worthy school boy," "treating on unimportant points to un inordinate length and leaving many of the im port ant ones almost untouched," "a Wishy-washy affair composed of words," "many words and no ideas,' "rather long, but well written, out of the line of former messages, and therefore interesting," "a brilliant production, and worthy the intellect of Charles Anderson," etc., etc. The Copperhead press take a fa vorable view of the Message, form Ing its opinion from one ...

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. — 12 January 1866

HATS! HATS 1 D. C. CONNELL, TTAS Jnt received th in get and fine 4 J. A. ItocK of Mens' and Boa'Hata and Caps HATS,. ; .1 ladies' and (.chiV Pars, Collars, Neckties, Suspender, Hon lery, Gloves, Trunks, Vnliscs, Carpet-ling .Umbrella. ; , tfcc, die, fcc, , , .: Th stock U fresh and pnroh.id at reduo. td rate., and with view I.. piealn ever boby. H. ojtlla especial Uonliou tv hia , ladies' and Childrens' U TJ ITL J3, Comrllug ths . Very Latest Styles. And at pilcei fr bolow Iloltom of. Ihe JTIarkcl. A Largo Assortment of TRUNKS Of ill 'td, ty!es, and prtoe. IiCnflicr Vnliscs. "-i l A flno' Block of Ladies FhrTrici fuel HcoiIj CALL AT THE HAT STORE FOR YOUR CHEAP HATS. ML BLAICHARD KURSERK Closing Out Slock OF FRUIT TREES! Having concluded to clo.e out .be wrior) business, J will -J 10-1' " m 1 JTL EES! Of which we havo a great many varieties, tit LO WER HATES Thmtenn be furnlahcd In n- Nnraory Ohio. CALLSJOM M.'J. UKUUl.E- p ifoTo u it Xi' ii s . MRS. .COLLINS. i. U'. . or tub . - MA...

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 January 1866

PUBLISHED feVEuT FRIDiT, Br i TlIRALL & LOCKE. -" TKBMil . On. Yar,ln advano.....ftv..... $100 . BATES Of ADVEETISINO. BlmlnoM Curd, 8 line or l f.no One Square, 1 week or Ion 2,00 Eaeb additional inaertlon under throe month..,' Kn One square J month 4.00 " r " 7,00 ' " . r lo.oo i column I month 7,00 " :; j " 13 mo " " I year 20.no I " S month ij.-jo ' " " In.no I year 3.-,,(m " "I months 18,00 1 ' 1 year 60.00 Business Cards. - Jr. J. IV. McCrackcn, Thy sician, tTAVlNO permnnently located In Aeeawl.i, Ilaneat-k County, Ohio, offer hli lervlcen la the cltlr.en or the town And vinlnlly. mw OIQo formerly ocoupled by i. M. Tel. Dr. A. Hurd, PHTRfCIAN AND BURflEON, would re peottully tender hi prefeinlnl Mriiro to the citizen of Findlay Mid urroundint Country. SPKCIAI. ATTENVION OIVEN TO SURtiPllY .Office on corner over the store of II. I Gaae St Co. Residence on kendiiaky etreet oond door west of United Ilrcthren Cliurnli. J. & A. Lang worthy, Physicians ami Surgeons, AromCB-E...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 19 January 1866

gjauccch cftonian L. O. THRALL. O. T. LOCKK. THRALL Sl LOCKE, JnlT.'B" " WfMltrfm. FINDLAY, OHIO. Friday, jftnnarr 10. COPPERHEADS AND TAXES. firm nf the nrlnclnal points that Copperheads Intend to make the pros ent year is the burdensorao taxation, Already they are beginning to rear and charge like baited bulls, but with no effect, except a great uplurgo of froth and wind. With no Idea of Low to do it, or whnt Is to bo done to reduce the taxes, they make general onslaught on everything that looks like taxes. The National Hem Is paraded In hughest capitals, and lull np to the people to Irigiucii mem Into the idea of national insolvency, and ffoncral public and privato ruin. While they do this, they carefully keen back the calculation or becre t iry McCulloch that tho debt can be paid in thirty-three years. They tell us that tho taxes are outrageously neavy, but keep quiet ns to the rcas nn whv thrv aro bo. They cry out " " "J i - loudly ngalust the taxes, but can fully refrain from ...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 19 January 1866

, ' Circulation double tn.iT or ami OTHER PAPER IK THK COCNTT. rrlrtny, Jnnnnry 1. 1808. Local and Miscellaneous. Get your Dressed Flax nnd Tow ftt the Findlay Flax mills. Daniel Clino has associated his son with him in the grocery business under the Arm namo of Daniel Clinc & Son. Sco advertisement. See advertisement of W. II. fc J J. Wheeler, affectionately calling on thoso who are indebted to them to call and pay tip. Mite Socistr. Tho Lutheran Mite Society mccts'nt tho residence "Vf Mr. Jacob Klmmons.nextWedues day evening. A general invitation is extended. ' Ml iaaWii New Barder Shop. Mr. F. C. Urown has oponedji barber shop in Kawsou's building, next door to Stewart fc Lamb's Grocery, lie is good workman, and all persons, PUUU1U t.llt.1 bl V llllll. una. IF 111 t.nnl,! .,.! ... 1.! T t it Improvement. Wo understand that Mr. Milton Taylor has purchas ed tho Barnd property, next to linl lentinc's store, nnd intends putting up a nice brick block tho coming season. The price p...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 19 January 1866

jhc gattMfcgf Iff wanton CIRCULATION DOUBLE THAT OF ANT OTHER. I-ATKR I HI COCHTT. I rtdar, Jnnnnrr 10, lon. Daniel Bryan's Oath. Dnnlel Bryan lirtd been i lawyer of eminence, but bad fullen, through in toxication, to boggrtry and was in a dying condition. Bryan hod married .In kit better days the sister of Moses Felton. At length all hopes were given op. ' Week after week would the fallen mnn no urunx on inenoor, and not a day of real sobriety mark' ed his course. It is doubtlul that uoh a case was ever known. He was too low for conviviality, for those with whom ho would have associated would not drink with him. All alone in office and chamber he still contin ued to drink, and even his very life teemed the offspring of the Jug. In early Spring Moses Felton had ft call to go to Ohio, and before set ting out he called upon his sister. lie offered to take her with him, but he would not go. "But why stay here ?" nrged the brother. "You are fading away, and disease is upon you. h v shou...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 26 January 1866

T II li A tltAiAl O tl K i:. .... I,.... .U .T E BM 8 I ,! On Year, fh advance-.....-.., A., tl 00 I IT Ml . - .. . , l ?wrw. Hn rrr 0.T..,iim - tiftfl On Square.. fet-taK or toft-. 11,00 Each mldl ttonivl insqrilon under thro month ...:,. 'OrfKiiiar .1 month.. . .... " 0 4. on T.on in. go 7,00 11 oo I0.1MI 12.00 10.(10 81,00 1)1,00 5... IH) 60.00 lolumn8 month. .......... m , 4 ( ...4,. I..... " I. 1 Hr...., j ul . 8 month. ........... -Tfl . . .. i!L yr ...,k. ....... " 3 mo n tli.. ......... "6 " ., I' " 1 Tr..'.n ........ Business Cards. "Jr.' JF.V. Jlctraclni, 1 1 Physician, - UA-VfNn fmrmonontly hir-atad In Arrn1l.i, 'klhovk tttnty.Ohlo, .mlu til nerviest to tlx (-aniens or the town and vlolntly. i a-Offlue formerly ocuupisd by J. M. Taal. ..Ji'Dr. '.A. Hurd, PHTrtJClArf ANT' W!lWROMi would re penllnlly tender Ilia pralciMional aorvlce lu 111! Clllr.mi-TW--hri,T-iind irrr"nndinti aAt. -Afmittiftl d vr.x to fcrmnrcnY. llice un cmnnr over tho store of II. I' 'Gage ft Co. Ileslil...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 26 January 1866

jjaucfich Icfanjan . O. THRALL. O. T. LOCKK. THRALL &. LOCKE, ntTiM " fBOTSIBTOBe. nif DLA Y, OHIO. Friday, January l. ISO". TflAKKt. Hon. I'arlee Carlia will accept our thanks for favors. . Also J. II. Godmsn, Auditor of State, for documents. U. S. Senator-Sherman Elected. ' It gives us ik'tisuro to state that Hon, Jol n Sherman was, on Thurs day last, In joint convention of both Houses of the Legislature, re-fleeted U. S. Senator for this Stato In the caucus, on Wednesday cvculny pre vious, Mr. Sherman was nominated on tho second ballot, over General Sclienck, his principal competitor, by twenty-ono majority. The vote was, for Sherman 49, Schenck 28, Bing ham 13. The vole was then made unanimous. The Democrats voted for Judge Thurman, of Franklin county. THE FREEDMEN'S BUREAU. The following Uncareful and cor rect abstract of Senator Trumbull's able speech on the bill to enlarge the nnwer of tho Frcedmrn'a Bureau, Mr. Trumbull said: "Tha design of tho Frced'incn's Uurcnu U to c...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 26 January 1866

ClKCtJLATIOH DOUBLS THAT Or AMI OTtlKR PAPER IN Till COUNTY. I rldn, January 9tJ. i sue. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. S., D. & C. R. R.-FINDLAY BRANCH. Pfodlay ( A. M Arrlveaat Findlay 7 p, m. F., L. & U, RAIL ROAD. 7:o A. M. I.esvea Fostnria at :4j a, tf. Antral at Fremont 10:14 A. II. RETURN. weaves rremont at joo p, jf. ICatM Foatorla at , ,,3-411 M Arrlveaat Findlay 4:45 p, tj PITTSBURGH, FT. WAYNE & CHICAGO R. R. an4 .(I.. " n . . .... flntlofi daily, Nundaya excepted a follows: jrraln loavlug (fticago at &5J P.U., loaves -j THAINS GOING WEST. v EXP', Mm" EPr' l"'" ritUbur.... t:M am 7:00 am 1:43 pm !:il pm .IllobesUir... 4:00 R:30 ' 3:04 " f","0 4:4J " :3S 4:01 ! 6-n x k em :4i) . lo:41 " 6:1ft 0 30 Ulanee :M H:& 8.)A .. ,. Canton ...... f:05 t2:4ii pm 7:0J Maeeliloo .... T:S0 1:02 7:3o .-n Ori-rlll 1:01 " 1:4 H:I0 :'7 u Wooster 8:30 ' 2:22 fi-.ts 6 11 ManaOeld.. ..10:10 4:i4 10:35 1I-4J Cr..tUn.:r0:"" i W "UM" " 4lp(ll:15 8:40 " 7.00 ait I1-...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 26 January 1866

CUM-VLATIUN UOLlll.li THAT OK AWT OTUIB PAPER IX Tllli Cot NTT. l rH., Jknairf Hit im'POM - Skating Considered Alliteratively. AfaVflaeaWalo-io,' By Bart n treer.as hr jkly I I iwn, ( ComeaclrcuuirolvUig curiously Cetermtted darling datlngly ( i ' Eaou )- entranced null ear dale Fait Hying' freely. Fancy, f-ilo', Grand, gorgeous, greatness, xcldon goal, II I m linrry hastily. Ilia whole Intense, treated Interest Joins joyfully, Juy'n Jolly Jest. ; Keen-elghfed, kindly hoaried kiojul, I tup lightly, like I iving I'gl t ; Make merry measures, musfn meet, Noree akator, nimble-fooled, neat, ferelttentt pereirlnMei Quickly quench questions, qurriloue iiiot Romemb'rlng rashnesa ruina right, Blip emisMhly ; evriniyfsoltlf slide," Till tliawatoe tatdx, tarrying, lido. Unparalleled, ultra montano, " Veer vnitltlriglr! vexatious, va'n, ' ,' ' Will, wisely wnndarlng, ejltljor, watte, , . 'Xpel, 'xhibllor, 'Jfjilnra . . Vour -lcldlcrulp-tM(i' youthful Jorc, 2iix.iggTliig zealot, icit ul o'er. ....

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. — 2 February 1866

1 PUBLISHED EVERT1 PltrDAV, BT T II It A Ti I 6a' -1a OCKl). TRRMSl Out Yar,tBdvanc..- $1 00 HATES OF ADVERTISING. ItuslneM Card, 8 line or lea n.oo On Square, S week or lea 2,00 Kaon additional insertion uuaer Hires month On qur 1 month! .... g 1 rear 80 4,00 7,00 10,00 7,00 1100 20,00 I eolnmn t month 6 ' . I ear A 8 month 11.00 " ' 6 " f. 10,00 ". 1 yar 35,(K) . " t month 18,00 " " 85,00 1 " 1 rr 60.00 Business Cards. Vr. J, XV. McCrackcn, Physician, HAVINO nermonently looated In AreailL fcianeork Counts', Ohio, offer bli services to th outran or in (own ana vicinity. r 0111c formerly occupied by J. II, Teal. Dr. A. Hurd, PHVHIOIAM AND BUIU1KO.V, would X paotfully tender hi pretosaional service loth cillunt of Fliidlay and surrounding bFKCiAi. ATTENTION OIVEN TO BOROEHY. M.OMc on corner over the ator of H. P Gaga A Co. Residence on Hand inky trsel ncond door west of United Brethren Churoh. J. & A. Langworthy, . Physicians and Surgeons, avoFFICK Ewlng' Block, over Baker' Cloth...

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. — 2 February 1866

Danc0cIicfffrsonian L. O. THRALL. O. T. LOCKS. THRALL & LOCKE, mT.ii imi I'K'ifNirrniMi FINDLAY, OniO, Friday, l"ib nnrr a. isnn. NEGRO SUFFRAGE IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. A already announced, tlio House of Kepresonlntivc, on tlic 13Mi, rotod in favor of giving tlio nrgrocs la the District of Cohunbla'tbo right to vote, without qtialificntlon. Tlio vote stood nycs 11(5, noys 54. The proceedings attending its passage were as follows: A motion, made by Mr. Darling, of New York, to postpone tlio consideration of the abject till March, received but 34 votes Messrs. Bnymond nnd Dnr ling of New York, nnd Stillwcll, ol Iudinna, voting with other Rqml li cans in Its favor. Mobt of tlio Don osratj votoil against tlio pustp .no merit. The question then wns in fu vor of Instructing the Committee on Judiciary to report a bill for qualillcil uflrage, which wns lost by 5ii ngain-tt 118 Banks, Ulnlr, Urniiliigoo,Conk ling, Davis, Defrces, Delano, Kj",lo ton, Hooper, Kasson, Moorhend, Raymond...

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. — 2 February 1866

ST!. .iK -1 f f II i t vv - ClRCCLATIOK DOUBLE THAT OF ART OTHER PAPER III TnE COCHTY. ila, t'rbnrarr S, IHiin. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. S., D. & C. R. R.—FINDLAY BRANCH. I.sares Findlay , f A. f. Arrfreaat rindlay 7 1". M. S., D. & C. R. R.—FINDLAY BRANCH. F., L. & U. RAIL ROAD. I,sTte Flndlar al 7:30 A. M. Leavee Fnstnrla at :4i A M Anlvee at Premont . 10:14 A.M. HITUllir.- Leava Fremont at J on P. M. Learee Foalorla at ..3:4'l P. M Arr'rei at Findlay... 4:43 I'. M. PITTSBURGH, FT. WAYNE & CHICAGO R. R. On and altar No. 19, lse.l, trains will lo.ive RtaUona daily, Hundaya excepted as follows: (Train leaving Chicago at 6:iu P. 11., loaves dally. TRAINS O"I0 WltsT. Expr'i Hall Enpr'S Fxpr'a Pittsburg.... 1:10am 7:00am 1:4.1 pm 1:11 pm Kjcheeter... 4:00 " :.W 3:i 4:M " Kr."n 4:4.5 " :3.J ' 4:0 " H.1 i " 8alnV, 1:40 1(1:4 fi:IJ ::KI Alliance. :.1U " ll:ii) 0:1.1 " 7:1 ' Canton 7:M 11:41 pm 7 Mi " 8:13 " Maastilon .... 7:30 " 1:01 " 7:0" f::H Orrvllle 8:01 " 1:44 " h:,u ' ...

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. — 2 February 1866

CUMULATION UOIBI.K THAT OF IDT SCANDAL ON THE BRAIN. Of ill tk aisny mala I'ei las' mry human till - , ' That rack (lit brain and fire (tie blood, In spile of drui and pills i The one tliat lakes tlio deepest root And gives the greatest pain, And makes the patient venomous, la" Scandal on the Drain. " Cmoi DHgMIng, blllng, trying, prvlnr, ; Backing spot mid slain, Thnee ro sui-e, are rapid signs Of tosndal on tli brain. There 'I Miss FIU fry, the doar food Hoot, Eb never thinks of self; But keeps a record of tier fi lends (Julie bandy oo tbt aliein And when she's nothing else to do, Slie takes (ho volume down, And enters all tie srrnps and bits Of gossip round tlio town. Soma poop's dress and go to oburcb, With faces lon and prim And meetly sy their morning prayers And sing Iholr ttundav hymn I But Just ai soon na chnuli is out, Borne shady nook they gain. To ease their minds and '.rc.it their frloml To " Bcaudul on the brain." Sara Beam to Mlr, oh, havo Ton beard I The etrange and ...

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. — 9 February 1866

hi?"" Jjatwc U Ml iffAMJf AtHiHIV PUBLISHED KVBRT FR1DAT, BY TIIR ALL LOCKGi TERHII On Tear, In advance II 00 HATES OF ADVERTISHQ. Ttnalnaaa Card, 8 Unci or Ian On a 8iunra, S weakaor laM Kanh additional inaartloD under three It.oo a, oo months 80 Oneequar 3 montha 4.00 " T.oo l year 10, (in 1 aolumn S montha ' 7.00 a U oo u . I rear... 20,00 h montha.......i........ 11.00 Tl It f - it " 1 year ; . J months 20,00 3,i, on in ,00 3i. 00 00,00 1 year. Business Cards. Dr. J. W. ItlcCrackrn, .Physician, HAVTNfl permnnently located In Areartl.., tlnfMonk Cou jr, Ohm, oners bia services to tha miltana of tha town an vicinity. M OtBua lormerljr occupied by J. M. Teal. Dr. A. Hard, PHTHIC1AM AND BURliKOM, would re pactlully tander hla professional services o tha elUiene of Flndlny and surrounding aniintrr. SUEC1AL ATTENTION C.IVF.N TO BUIiOERT. tavOffloa on corner over tha atora of H. V naga A Co. Residence on rianrtusky street acoad door west uf United Bralhran Church. J. & A. Langworth...

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. — 9 February 1866

humble they wero ami ready to no ccpt ny terms offered, ami I lion men tlona the Sherman-Johnston tronty, as reviving their hope, etc., la the fallowing terms: Hiit, tir, In mvj'i'1nient, a mistake was committed; when Nliermnn mid Johnston met In North Carolina and ramlo the treaty, there I think the trou tile began. 1 I old the paper in iny hand containing it. It is famil iar to all. Hut that treaty re-established the rebel States In powor, and et In motion tho machinery that ex isted thero all the time upon their takinz the oath of allegiance; and there the trouble bczan. What irns the result t Tho conference bclvrren Johnston and Sherman terminated on the 15th of April, 1805, and the nb tract of tho terms agreed upon was forwarded to Washington as cnrlyas possible ; ami immediately afterward, oa the 21st of April, the I'i -csldont of tho United Mates, just a short time after the assassination of that grc-tt man who had led us through the darkest hour, on the reception of that ilU...

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. — 9 February 1866

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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. — 9 February 1866

Stor ganrwfc gtff wanton CincULATroM Kotni.B that or AHT OTHER PAPFH IN TUB COUNTY. Irldn., Irbnrnry . !" W Esi'oma. Two young lady coiro pontlcnts iont tistlie following cnig mawhich wo publish for thoso who like such things. Those who do not ,n pass It by : I am composed of twenty four letters: -J My 10, 9, 11, 4, 1, 24, 15, 22, was the scene of the Imprisonment and death of great Emperor. My 13, 4, 8, 7, I a country In South America. Uly 10,14, 15, 22. 13, Is a noted mountain In Arabia. My 1, 21, 15, 5, 21, 15, Is a man of great renown. My 10, 18,15, 10, 24,1, 2, 15, Is an emblem of coquetry. My 3, o, 1, V, 14, li, I J, 24, was an iufldel. My 20, 6, 10, 4, is a beautiful flow er. My 17, 22, 12, 15,24, Is one of the Eastern States. My- iKS, il, 1, 10, Is a precious met al. My whole is whnt iutcrcsts every young Lady and Gentleman Address. Brother Poldier and Kallor hor.nriiv AM ' charted from the Army anil Navy of llic ITiiiied Klaiea: ! It has coino to our Jcnowlodgo tltnt many h...

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