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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 16 February 1866

PUDLI8HF.0 RVERT FRIDAY, B7 , T1IKALL & LOCKE. TEltMSI One Year.ln advance .$3 00 RATES OF ADVEKTISINO. Iliialneae Curd. K llnon or leaa Sl.no ; Onn Square, 3 waeka or leaa 2,00 Kiicn aniiuionai inaeruon uuuer mr month an 4,00 7.00 Onaaniinrs S months .4 .4 I Tour... 10,00 i column 1 months T.on . n .,.......... " 1 your St."! - 3 montln lino f. h ( 'i M,no 1 year 3.".K " t month 18,00 t ii 3S.IM) i ' " 1 year o.oo Business Cards. - Ir. J. XV. JIcCracLen, Physician, TIAVINO permnnently located In Awarfl.., lluiirtx k Comity. Ohio, ofTera hid eervlcee to the nltizenii of tha town and vlolnlly. as- (mice formerly occupied by J. M. Teal. Dr. A. Hard, T-invsiclA! AVI RUnuKO!. would rt' X peottully tender hla prel'eaalnnal eervtcea to-the cltixona SPKOMAf. ATTENTION OlVF.rt TO rTOROFny. .odh-e on corner over the atnre of H. H Gage & Co. Rcaldence on Hnndnaky atreet uoond door weM of United Brethren Church. J.- & A. Langworthy, Physicians and Surgeons, WUPFICK Ewlng'e Block, o...

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. — 16 February 1866

.ancock $cffraninn ' 1.. O. TilaAI.L. O. T. I.OTKK. THRALL A LOCKE, spituss A"" raoraiimvM. TINDLAY, OHIO. riun.v, i "' ifi.mt'nY in. ih NO DIFFERENCE. A Copperhead rnrcr ,1M mn(1 11,0 won.krfHl discovery tlirtt tlicre Is no ! difference between tlio n.idicls nnJ the Cornervnlire. ; thnt tlicre Is not one Conservative In t!.o ReptiMiean (Union) party. It closes nn article Dii Conservatives find Riulicnls in Congress ns follows : "Let ns have no more tnlk rtlirmt rwliCftK nml conservatives.' Tlie difference don't ninonnt to as miirli as that wlildi rxlts 'twixt twcdlc dee and twcdlediim.' " L,Kl,t lins flnslirtl fit InHt upon the mind of one of that illusion seeing party, and the, hope of the. Ion? wished for split or the Union party vanishes. The party is not going to uplil, and thcro Is nothing nt all sin gttlar In tho fact. All the Copperheads ever had to build their hopojuln this was the fnt that there. Ha ft difference of opinion on tho reconstruction ques tiona differenco as to...

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. — 16 February 1866

Special Notices. Ona Flng I One Destiny! Th'a In tli motto of our Rnvernment, and 1 olmmplnns. ( int na mimi.san, are wrl tlnir it in rords of Urn nn the hat, In cloud, In thi Dieai.timo, II-r. ir h I' " ' t tlx- hole land, t rlstndoro'i Ilnlr Ir" 1wlnnli'U Its silent virlorle. ohanir'nir re helll'iia rc.ls, (iniyn and yellow Inui rich blacks nri'I nmwns, Him convening in a ino .Ulc nt iiisiirhtl:nei.s Into bounty. Ona flair lvo only irlll eventually lia roc ' tgnzM In tlm wmld nf fashion, viz: 11ml ni.innfncturnd by J. t KIHTDIMiltii. Nn. fl As tor Unno, New Voik. Hold lijr Unnfrint. Applied hya.ll hairdressers. Ii Mil lm To Consumptive. Tha advertiser, Imvlng hnnn restored tn health In few weeks by h very simple rem ty, nfter having aiiHerrd lor several year with a severa lung Htlocliou, unit thai dread disease1, consumption In anxious to make known to hla follow sulfeicis tho maun of onro. Tn nil who ilr sire It, lia will send it copy nf the prerii:rt),ii"ti Hand (Iron nt i h.in!...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 16 February 1866

SSJantoch M 1.. O. Tll Ken, ere nil wlther'd. .Mesa true. .do, o'er the cottagn, .tidowi with stars, ,i roof itnd lh door alone, ,d Time's dreary scars, tlia door flung In -cnder, .dopen two mi"-ry yrn, And a rich strain of ohild-muslo ' Told of Its Joyous surprise. Two llttla foot toltor'd outward, i Treading life's threshold M well. Two.tlnny hands selied the troasuro, Dlliig wnlt b It foil. IWt oh, how cold to woo fln(ier. I.sarn'd but In warm touch of love. Chilling, though lunllght fr'fn heaven (Stream ou It puro from above. Sweet child, li 'e has muiy u-h lessens, Many lie Joye little worili, Cold at the sr.n when we urusp them, Holl d with the sln-slaln if earth. Above, far above the world troasuro. , li (reappointment unkniwri: Beyond the bme ol the raviw Hike, Kind we true pliitsuro alone. Impromtus. One day ns Dr. Yoitnjr wns walk ins in Ms pnnlcn nt Wclwyn in com pany with two lttdico, (one of whom he afterward married) the servant came to acquaint him that ft gonlli mnn ...

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. — 23 February 1866

; PUBLISHED IVERT FBIDiT, BY THICAlJli As LOCKE. TtBIII On Tear, In idtMot.Miini $1 00 BATES OF ADVEETISINO. BiidiwM Card, I Una or 1 14,00 On Square, I weak or lea . 2,1)0 Elton additional insertion uuaer mrev month On latter t month " ' 1 year J ooluma i mnnlh , ' " - 1 year " 3 month f i g n 11 1 vsar , I month. M g 1 1 yr.... 10 4.001 7,00 10,00 J, 00 11.00 30,00 lt.00 10,WI S.i.OO 18,00 3.0(l 60,00 Business Cards. " r. J. W. McCrackcii, Physician, HAV1NO permonently located In Arradla, II.ma.el County, Okie, olfar bl rVloB to In otlixen of th town and vlclnlly. v Utile lormerly occupied by J. if. Teal. Dr. A. Hard, PnTSlCUS AND HUIWIROS, would re peolftilly tender hi pralaMlonal cervices to th oitlxen of Plndlay ud luiroundini smluL ATTENTION GIVEN TO srjnoEnr. VOIIIc on corner or th ator of H. V Oag A Co. Residence on Sandusky itrset (cood door wet of United Dretbren Church. J. &A. Langworthy, Physicians and Surgeons, SgrOKFlCE Earing' Block, orar Baker' Clothing atore. ir...

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. — 23 February 1866

$);mf0c!i cfftrsonian L. O. TlIIIAl.t.. O. T. I.IICKK. THRALL & LOCKE, ISftTT'm kSP ranrniaTnaa. riNDLAY, OHIO. friday. t fi.nni AnY n. ipsn We givo tlio rrcsulenl a niessnge vctoiti;; the Frecilmau's Unreaii Hill. It is of great Interest, but wt doubt Its meeting tlie views nml wlnhes of tho grcnt pnrty that elected resi dent Johnson. Jloro extended no tk-c next week. A Ciucus of tlio Union members ol tlio Ohio Legislature, was held on Tiiccdny evening last, and adopted tho following, iinunliii'itMlv nnd with out debate : Rcsohtif, Tint, In tho action of the Union lleprewntntites In Congress. J wo rccoitnuc nn e-fcpoatuon oi uin iirinrmles that inndc us a party nnd saved our country through tho late ! rebellion, and we now tender such,' KoprcsentiUivcs our hearty support. Tho Ohio Senate on Monday, con firmed tho Governor' appointment of Hon. Ilellamy Storer, of Cincin nati, ns a Trustee of tlio Ohio Uni vo.sity. Mr. Wilson, introduced a supplementary temperance bill, re quirin...

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. — 23 February 1866

Special Notices. Dr. Tobias Veoltiao Liniment. Died of Croui.l Whitt n torelty unci Inter ting child I saw last week I Dut now, alas, It It no mora i eiion me emivorsiiiiou m two gentlemen riding uoan town In ihe ears, fllednf oroupl how alrangel when Dr. To b ' Venltlan l.tulmehl in h ccrialn curd, It taken In lime. Now. mothers, w appeal ti too. It It nut for tli paltry gain and profit wo make, but lor tin sake ol ,ynur infutii blld that now Ilea playing at your fuet. Croup la a dangeroua disease; but una Dr. TotttaerVenitiari Liniment In time, and It la robbed of Ma terrora. Always keep It In the house t you may not want It to night or to morrowno telling when) but armed with thhi liniment, you are prepared, let It come whan It will. Price only 40 centa a bottle. OfSoM, 6t I'orllandt It., New fork. Hold h II Uruggiata. loi.i.i nn Oae flag I One Destiny f Thla la the motto of our government, and Ite ohamplona.dRANT and KuanMAN, are wri ting II in worna oi nre on me name ciouo. In ...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 23 February 1866

t t.i:iiiu'Ai a.i. ihc. Three Jolly Husbands. Thrcpjolly fellows, out In tlie coun try, by tlie nnmrs of Tim Watson, Joa ltrown ami Hill Walker. snt late one evening, drinking at a villnge tavern, until, lining ircUy well corn cJ, tbey inndo an ngi foment Hint rcb one on reluming homo should do the first tiling his wifo told him to do, In default of which he should the next morning ny the bill. They then separated, agreeing to meet again the next inorning, ami give a true account of their wives' orders and w hether they carried them out cr not. "The next morning Walker and Drown were early at their posts, but it was some tune before Watson made his appearance. Walker began first: "Von s.'C, when I entered my house tho candlo tins out and Hio lire gave but a glimmering of light. I came ucnr waikiiig accidentally into a pot of batter that the pancakes were to be made of in the morning. My wife, who was dreadfully out of humor fit Bitting up so lute, said to mcj sarcas tically : "Hill,...

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 March 1866

TDRALL Ac LOCKE. l!'r,"',.V..',rERjmi On Tsar, In advenes .i. II 00 .BATX8 Of ADV1ETISI50. .. Holiness Card. A linns or left.. ........ l,0u On Square, 8 weeks or lent 1,00 Knob additional insertion under three month (0 One iqiiere I months .... 4.00 ' 7,00 " . 1 yar 10,00 J column t months..... 7,00 , f " U 00 l year io.oo 8 month! 12.00 1 70,00 " 1 rear 85,00 . Smonthi 18,00 U 1 ' 8S.00 1 " 1 year. 00.00 Business Cards. Dr. J. W. ItlcCrnckcii, I , Physician, HAYINO permonently located In ArrariU, llatiesa-k Count jr, Ohio, offers bis services to the eftliena of the town and vicinity. Uf Offloe lormerljr occupied 6y J. M. Teal. , m. Dr. A. Hard, PHYSICIAN AND BUIU1EOS, would re peellullv tender hie professional nrilcn to the oltUent of Flndlajr and lurroundin, snuntrr. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO 8UHOERT. aOITIo on corner over the atnre or H. V Gam & Co. Realdenee on aanduekretreel eeoond door weal of United Brethren Churoh. J. & A. Lang worthy, Physicians and Surgeons, WOFF...

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 March 1866

tlioy wore before.' "But," aniil I, "Mr. President wrmt amendment tlo yotl rofer to? ' He said lie thought there sliouM be an amendment ad ded to tuo Constitution whicli would compel all the State to send their Senator and Representatives to the Congress of the United States; yes. compel them. The idea was In his mind, Hint it wns a part of the doc trina of scfessiou to break up the Government by the States withdraw ing their Seniitors and Represent teves Irotn Conjrress and, therefore, lie desired a Constitutional aineml mout to compel tlieui to bo represen ted. J low now does the matter stand In the Constitution of the country, even Hint portion of whleli provides for tho amendment of the organic law which aavs that no State, without Its consent, ahull bo deprived of Its rep rcsentntion In the Senate. And now what do wo find ? Wo (Ind tho posi tion taken, that States shall not be represented Hint we may impose taxes in the. Mutes thnt wo mny send our tax ".ntliercrs to every por l...

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 March 1866

Special Notices. Dr. Tobias' Venltlan Llnlmr; at. pled ol Croupt What a pretty and Inter esting Ohild I tawlsatwtekl But now, alas, It hi no snore I Kuoh trill the Conversation i, two gentlemen riding down town In the cum. bled of croup t how tlrangel when Ur. To bies' Venltlan l.inlincnt I a certain cure, H taken In tint. Now, mothers, wa appeal tn row. It It not for the paltry gain and profit we make, Hut tor tne nu ui your inrant tthlld that lies Dlavlnt at Tour feet. Croup It a dangerous disease I but use Dr. Tohlss' Venltlen Liniment In time, end Ills robbed of I la terrors. Alweys keep it In the bouse; yod may not want It to night or to morrowno telling when but armed with thlt liniment, you are prepared, let Itoime when it will. Price only 40 oenta a bottle. Omen, 64 Oortlandt it., New York. Bold by til Druggists. febM lm One Flag I One Destiny I Thlt It the motto of our Government, and Itt obamplnni.liksHT and kiiihkan. are wri tin It In words of fire on the battlo oloud, In...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 2 March 1866

ClRrUCATtON DOUI1I.K THAT OF ANT OTHKft PACK It IN TUB IWNTT FRIDAY. MARCH 3. I-XW A Murder Trial with a Romantic End. Tho Benton (Illinois) Strtml.titl relates story or a trial lor murder, which ended in roiiinncu nnd not in tragedy. A few wouU ftliieo ft hu man skeleton wits found in t!io woods, fthout two miles ent tf Denton, by Mr. l)eiij:iniiii Willinroa. The Jury of inquest identified it as the remnins or young mnn n.imed Henry Ma horn! And indented D.ivitl Williams, a son of Hefijrtiiiiii Williams, as the murderer. Tlio circmnslnnecs sur lotiiuliiio; tlm. enso were strongly against tho accused, m the misuing young mnn was la t seen in tht com munity, nljout it year ngo, In com pany with. Williams, on their way to enlist in llm army 119 substitutes. David William was put on his trial mid the I'ii'ctimslautial evidence was strong ngnlnt Liin. Tho skeleton Appeared, without ilonlit, to lie that of Alnhorn, liy t!ie clothing nnd Hence of certain teeth, uud tho sup posed dead man ...

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 March 1866

. PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY, BY XII It ALL & LOCKE. J.!-'.'....: TERMS!-. Pa Year, In advance & II 04 RATES 0fToVTISISO. Biilqw:Oard, a line or lm. On So, oars, 8 weeka or torn. . I . Knob additional insertion under three . months Oneiouar 3 month , " " ' 1 year 1 column S mombi "' "6 " 1 year 4 i " 8 month f e " Z ' 3 month ii u i ilM 1 -. " 1 yar ",00 - 2,00 ll ' 4.00 7.00 10,1)0 7,00 11 00 30,00 13.00 10,00 S.i.OO 18,00 9.1.00 (0.00 Business Cards. Dr. J. AV. McCrnckcn, Physician. HAVINO permonently located In Artatllj, HiKHk Comiir.oliio, offer hlaaervicea to the cltlrene of tha town and vlolnlly. SV Office lormerljr occupied by J. M. Teal. Dr. A. Hard, IJHY8ICUS AND HURORON, would re pectfully tender hie prefeulonal aervlcea to the ollliena ol Flndlay and (unwinding aountry. . BPECIA'. ATTEWriOM OIVEW TO 8UIK1EBY. .Offloe on oorner over the elore of H. I Oage A On. Realdence on Handnaky atreet eeoond door tit of United Brethren Church. J. & A. Langworthy, Physicians an...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 9 March 1866

)anc0di Jcfftrsonian . THKAL4.. O. T. LOCK!. THRALL LOCKE, . snrrofts raoraiSTnae. nWDLAT, OHIO. FRIDAT, I MARCH 9. I "HO. RECONSTRUCTION. The people all over Uio country are extrciticly anxious to know what Congress Intend to do in regard to the matter Of reconstruction. The question has been discussed in all its length and breadth, sufficiently to find out what is necessary to do In the premises. The Joint Cornraitteo on Reconstruction hns mads a it port as to Tennessee, which is snld to cover the following fivo points : 1. Tlint the final act In any scheme of rcconstructicn must be left to CVngresa.. 2. That the people of Tennessee must admit only loyal men to otllce. a. That rebels shall be disfran chised. 4. Thnt no claim or appropriation shrill be made for emancipated slaves. 5. That the rebel war debt shall bo forever repudiated. This report receives tho sanction of nine of tho fifteen members of the Reconstruction Committee the other six aro pairod off in tvos ou tho subject...

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 March 1866

Special Notices. Knowledge Oftea Life. Jtvsry living bain has within hit system impurities. wmii ine-e are witnin ineirnai uml Ileitis, our health In good I hill when Iher are In excess, pa rut. eolds. rheumatism irout, debility, enstiveiees, disrrea, dysantv rr, erysipelas.-., slfilel u. What have to do lo rsonvsr our health It to take out from the bowels and the circulation the ei eeae ol Imparities. Thin d m. helth follow of Htili; Brandreth Pill" are iha only medicines that Gun do tin with entire s it lo all Ilia oigana nf tha body. Hiii,dM of thousands ara now living a ho have adopte.i Brandreth'a Pills hi their oulr remedy lor ua rlodt of from tliirtv to fifty year, and whose average neattn la smmeni. may nave ai ways ouredrthnnsv', whan sioa, by uaing thane Innocent and Infallible nlia. Principal Auemiy, lirnn.lreh tloute, N.Y Bold by all dealer In medio. nis. For aal by b. A J. H. H UUr.lt A Co. iavr 1m lr. Tobias' Vauiliaa Llniiarut. fried of Crnupt VVhat a pretty and Inter...

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 March 1866

ClIkTLATIuH POl'BI.B Tfl AT Of AH OTlllt Farm 111 Till COrWTT. I'lllOAY. MARCH . MKU TAME THE PAPERS. BY K. P. WILLIS. Why don'l you tnie th. papa r 1 Thsy'r. lt) of my delight Fxnept about .Lotion tint, And than I rent lor up It. 6iitirrtbt yon tannnt Ine cent-. Why should yon h. afraid 1 For eash thus pall It money tout, (Injulereal fourfold paid. Co lae And lake the paper. And pay to-day, nor pay delay And my word, fr It I Inferred, You'll life until you art tray. An old nelnhbnr of mine, While dying with H cough, P.nlreJ to hoar lb. Inteet news Walla L va olt 1 1 1. ' I look the paper nnd I real Of eom. new )HI In fere, f Ha bought 4 hex. nnd Id ha dead ? No herller than a hnrao. 1 kanw two nan a much l!k. Aa a'ra you aaw two atiimp. And no phrenol"ilat onnll rind , A diff.ronc. In tliair tiumpa. On. take Ilia papera and hit Ufa la happier thiili kin,i"a ; Hia children hII ran lend nnd write, And talk i f m .n and things. The other took no paper and While afrnlllng tl.ro, th ihe...

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. — 16 March 1866

ytiitkaio ttrar' BiDiT, bt THRALL Sc LOCKE, TIllll On'eYear.ln advanoe 13 00 KATES Of ADTEBTISINfJ. Baelwaee Card, t linen or lM On. Be tiara, 1 week or I Sank, additional inaerUon under three mnnthe Oneaeuaro I month.... i '. ,'! 1 U..m M I ooluma I tannine I. .. ( m 1 year 1 Smooths " - a ,,, IH.00 3,00 50 4.00 T.on 10,00 7.00 11 00 J0,00 l'J.OO JO.OO 35.00 1S.00 j.i.OO (l.00 1 year , I rnont lontba 1 year., Business Cards. Dr. J. We ncCrnckcn, Physician, naJTIirn narmonentlr located In Areadlj HaaMk Cr. Obia, offers hi service to the eltlaana of b town and vtolnlty. Mr Onto lormerly occupied br J. M. Teal. !J Div A. Hard, PltTmciAIf AMD BDHOROM, would re peotfallf Under bl prefeaatonal rvtee to tee aiUaens of findlay and eurroonding Sl'KClIr. ATTCTTIOS GIVEN TO BOROF.nY. euOmo on eornor over the etor or H. P Gag A do. Reeldene on Randiiaky etraet oeeood dour weat of United Brethren Churoh. J. & A. Lang worthy, Thysiciana and Surgeons, WOFFICE Ewlni'a Blocs, Over Baker' Clothi...

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. — 16 March 1866

Daitfflclrlcffcrsnnian O. TUHALL. I O.I. t.OCKB. THRALL L. LOCKE, 1MT.1M mowiwi. riHDLAV, OHIO. Friday, I ' t mnclt 1l, trtrt i '. .".11 TOWNSHIP MEETING. Tlicre will bo a meeting of ttio Un Ion men of Einillay Township, ot the Court House in Elndlny, on Friday Kvemno, March 80, 1800, For the Dtirnoao of putting in noin iiinlluti candidate for tlie sovcrnl township offices, to ho filled on the 1st Morula in April, 1800. A full attendance is desired. B order of D. B. BEARDSLEY, B. F. KIMMONS, JACOB CARR. Township Central Committee. CORPORATION UNION MEETING. The Union men ol Fimllny ore re quested to meet nt Hie Town Council Houm, on Thursday Evexiso, March 29, 'CO, For tlio purpose of putting In nomlu ntion tevrnl otviiiUdutcs for tlio dev. oral borough oftluos, to bo filled on tho first Monday lit April, 10(1. A full attendance in desired. BY ORDER OF COMMITTEE. THE SPRING ELECTION. The. Spring election takes place on Tuesday, April 2d. What have tho Union men of tho several town 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. — 16 March 1866

Special Notices. No Recognition t The Southern people have Riven nn nil ex peotallotie or being ro.nir.ed, and it is oqiiiilljr tliltlmilt I" reoojinlso Norihcrnero wih.m linuilH f gray, yelow, white, brown, or red hair 1lve eiirfeni.ered thi trnolora un. dor ilia wonder working Influence of C riatntloro'e Ilitir Djra Whlrh planl permanently In tnelr stead mir.li blaoka and ti browna ftn niilnra m'.ulit m take for her own, M.innfaotured by J. CHIB TilDOHO, No. 0 Aator House, New York. Hold by Druggloui. Appllod by nil halrdres. torn, marld lm For anlo by R. J. M. (ITJUKU Co. Knowledge Often nnvca Life, Every living being lm) within hia ayatem Importune Wlimi thoao are within their tint il nil Itmita, our lioallh Id Rood; but when limy are in exceaa, pains, mitt, rliaumutiam. Rout, doliillty, coalivettaaa, dittrroa., dyaenta ry, eiyalpelua, Ao., aflliot m. What we have to do to recover our health Is to rake out from the bowel and the olrettlatlnn the ex cel ol Impurities, Thin don, h...

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. — 16 March 1866

WC,AT10 lOtl. tHAT Of AUT CTHIR PA,KR ,M Tui COVNTT. 1P.ID4Y, I MACH U, iHflfl. Importance of Punctuation. "Wanted, k yotnr mn to take rharga of a pair of home of a relig ious turn of mind." A acbool committee dino writes: "We have a school house large cn ougb to accommodate four hundred punllo four stories high." A newspaper says J "A child wi run over by a wagon tlirco years ei( and cross-eyed, with pantalets wMcli saver spoko afterward." All exchange, describing a cslehra tion, says: "The procession wi" very fine and nearly two mile In length, as was also tlio prayer of D Berry the chaplain." The following is a good rtlustra tlon ol use of tho coinrft: Ai a hanqnet this tonst was given: 'Woman without W l?inn . 18 . brute." Tlie repo' " Pnieu: "Woman, wither lirute." her man, is a Cash Down. Th Hartford l'rcss tells a story of a recent accident on tho New Lon don Railroad. An intoxicated Irish man was sitting on tho track when the cngino tossed him down an cm hnnkment. The conduc...

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