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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 20 April 1866

CtROrATION VOL'tlLB THAT p A OTflKA PAlRft IH H COfMTT. RIUAY, I APRIL SO. IwtMt. Anecdote of Nicholas Longworth. Fotne eight or. ten years ago tlic winter was Yery colJ, tlie river ws frozen, and nil the "wbarf rata" In Rat Row, and elsewhere along the river ahore, were-thrown out or rm-ploynicnt.- A nftf ; rslalioa of - tti oM gfliiUeman Cftmsi to' the. city and poised tha ptgut at his hcine, Aftor tea lie went to mo omce to ihkb n aulet clcnr, and to Ills anrprlso he found it lllled with a crowd more tbnn fifty of brawny, bcnstly-look-fng men. The) presence of the child like old man, Mr. Longworth hi face, braining With abrewdnes and kindly good humor, ai-emvd alone to keep thtini from being a mob. Ilia manner to them said, "You are poor wretches, I know how reckless you are ; yet I am not sure but I should be as bad, hnd 1 been exposed to the same bnd influences.".. These house less vagrants bad been coining every night, while the river was frozen, to get a dime for a night's lo...

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. — 27 April 1866

.. PUBLISHED KVE11Y miDAT, BT T II It ALL & LOCktf. TERKII On Year, In advance. .. 1 00 KATES Of ADVIHTISIJW. Bnslnaa Card., tlneaur lM On" frflixfw, ctr la........... Xaoh additional inaarllon under throe month SS.SO 2,00 AO 4.00 On quar month . 4 JMf 1 (oltimn t month I i " 1 yr 8 month ' " " 1 jrr month , S " 1 " 1 Taf. ... 7. mi 10,00 7. IK) 11 no 10.00 1'i.CMl 10.IKI SA.Ou 1S.S0 84.IHI 6U.0O Business Cards. CHI. OKSTERI.IM. W. M. OETWILKR " OESTBHLTO A DETWILER, kfomffipathlo Physicians & Burgeons. OFFICE AND RKJMDKNCB, Oppoatl ths Golt IIoO'C. m.irld ly Notice. SR. W. WALTMAJT, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON nmmiiiLT o raiLAuxirHi. r.J IF fAS PF.RMINFTLY LOCATED in Klnillay, where u win kuiin vt mi calls In hta proieaalnn, In town nr country. M,tt In Melodeon building,, aacond floor, aeiltn D. B. Beardstny'e (Ib a. Raaldenc a few door at of Haadquar tr' tor. fbtf W. WALTWtS, M. D. Ur. J. V. ,ctracLen, Physician r HAYlJtrt parmonently lnraled In Art-aillu, fianeotk Connly, Ohio,...

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. — 27 April 1866

an iv i f tf i).UK0C.i JCUCrSOlUHU L. . TIlRAl.t. O. T. LOCKS. THRALL tb LOCKE, TWITi'SS S" rmifMIKTOmi. riNDLAY, OHIO. ' rnin iY, i i aphii. st, imoo. .' I U-l Li 1 -J Armed rebellion may be in iiwt w'p .'dout, 1ut the spirit of it still rnnkles In the limits of the people of the South. The Ilklimond Ex itminor calls upon the Southern peo ple to pray Hint the "cholera may de- cide the question between our silver- sarics and ourselves,"' referring to the Civil Rights bill. The Whig wants the President to take the "rad leni, sectional Congress" In hand, and relieve it of its labors. It proposes that President Johnson shall call -together a Congress composed of mem bers from all the State, both North mid South: thnt if the radical num ber refuse to attend, ha shall orgnn jc.) the Korlhcrn Conservative and i?nullicni members nsthe lawful Con gress to alt in tho Cnpitol and legis late for tho country. The Kmpilrer takes substnntiiilly the same ground, lis also does the Charleston News. ...

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. — 27 April 1866

CIRCULATION DOLBLI THAT Of ART OTTItR PAPRB tK TUB COTJHTT. VRIU.iV, A PHIL 1, If on. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. ' 8., D. 0. R. B. FIDOLAT BtttSCH. Leaves Findlay Arrives at Findlay.. 6 A.M. r., l. u. RAIL ROAD. T.eaTes Findlay al ...... Leaves Fostnria at ...... Arilvai at Fremont ,., T:S0 A.M. , H:4 A. M 10:16 A. M lrrciut. Leaves Fremont at Leaven Fostnria at Arrival at Findlay. ...... .00 P. M .3.n p. m .4:46 P. M. Town and County Matters. I BcaacaiPTioN Recains. The following; aro our reuelpli for the two weeka ending Thurs day. They are rather light, and wa hope our frlenda will bo a Utile more free with Ssljielr money. ' I J.VwhhJ 4 00 II, lnicftrnke a no A. MuOraokThi J J'l Home Klaea 1 '0 J. B. Raton 1 00 ). W. Km "n f nl. Hnvder 1 00 Kettle A Myers 6 00 I Kemplier 2 00 i lildeon Hinltli 1 00 ' Jacob Ualhia 1 00 , Peter freed 1 3.5 A. C. Wordoii ' 3 Moeea Myera 3 00 J.C. Illukeia ZOO M. Edwarda J 00 Joa. tiling r 1-0 John Buy lea 80 P. M. Clymor W. H. C Inuer 1 nn 3 (io 3 1i. 9 ...

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. — 27 April 1866

The JUtuoch;cfff Ionian Circulation doiblb that of at OTIIKR PAPKII Tilt COtWTT. FKHVAV- Corry O'Lanus on the Fenians. V.Tb fo' irdutid'i rtderbptSon la now fitad. . t . . . I It will occur at twenty fnlnutet Cftgt one o clock on tba 1st of April Then will the buccaneering banner of tlit bloody Salon let In crimson sore beneath the verdant sunburst which In frluroph will wave from ev ery shlllelah on the verdant hillsides of Killnrnoy, and elsewhere In the laud of eloquenco and whisky, and the spirit of Brian Born, aroused by the exultant "bnroo" of the triumph ant Fenians, slmll awake and pro nounco the poom of the Scsscnach. Nv II. The uniisunl length and coliofctico of the above Js duo per Imps to the fact that I havo been lis tening to Harney Hughes and P. Malluy Robinson, on Ireland.) Now Is tho lime send In your mon ey. . " Notliinjr enn bo done without ftm- munition; and our Circle Is nearly out of whisk v, and is on the last bunch or cigars. l'erhnps would like to know how w...

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. — 4 May 1866

mn. ... ...... ..-,o ....... . PUBLISHED KTERT FRIDAY, BT Til It A i; I, fc LOt'KG, . T1RMII . ' One T tar, In advance... 11 00 SATES Of ADVEHTISISQ. Baeineas Card. lines or leas . .. Om Square, I oka or lM Keek additional inaertkvn under three mnalha Oaaaqnara A months..... i . a , , . . 1 rear 0.00 1,00 in 4,00 7. (Ml in, ihi T.oo lloo 10,00 ri.oo 10,00 84 .(K) 18,00 SS.0U 60.00 4 aalnmo I tanntha ... " I year ' 3 atomha ' " . If ear t m Bontlia 1 - 1 yar Business Cards. CRAB OK1TSKLIW. W. M. DETWILBR. "- OBSTBRLTH DETWILBR, Homotpathlo Physicians ft Surgeons. ' OFFICB AMD RBB1DENCB, Opso.llethe Gait Hoa.e. mrl ly IMoticc SR. W. WA1TBAI, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON rotataLT o raiLADiLraia, r.J HAS PF.HMASEXTLY LOCATED In Flndlay , where ha will attend to all call la hla nroieaalon, la town or country. Offl.ie In Melndeon Building, eeoond floor, Beit to D. B. Beardnley'a cllloe. Resilience a rear donra aaal or Headqaar- tar'a atora. fab tf W, WALTSU!f, St. D. Ir. J. W. McC'rackm, Physici...

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. — 4 May 1866

t a. THSAtl.. ! o. T. locks. ' THRALL Sl LOCKE, ' ' rwhrro ami ranrnrroM. . " 4 FINDLAT. OHIO. rniDAT. I I I MAY I, Iflfl. Not Dead yet. ' The Spring elections in Michigan tlo not Indictto the dissolution of the Republican party. In twenty six . counties heart! from, the Republicans hare made a not gain of sevctcen su rer visors. There are Itrclvo coun tics to hear from, but it is believed' Jhcf Kill rather increase tlmn dimin ish the majority.'' The result was not anticipated, by either Republicans or Democrats. The latter predicted revolution In Michigan, but wo fall to see any Indications of it in the re result ii ANOTHER AFFLICTION. The Columbus (Miss. ) Index com plains that recently in that city "sev eral treedwomen, dressed in the la test fashion, drew tip their carriages before some of our principal stores, and called the cletks to bring certain goods for their inspection." What has the Index to complain of? Since the adoption of tho con stitutional amendment this Is a free ...

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. — 4 May 1866

Special Notices. i GOT THE BLUES.' ffow often do wa hear this complain man. iw reason generally asrrtnea li that eome thin hM (ton wrong, but If yet, will qnee lion the patient In regard to health, hablis U" 7 ran una tnat ind'uMtloB It iiim ;uii, mo intimacy 01 tne Dram aad stomach hi rsry olr,aa, and nothing to tours the feeling and disposition asdyspap. la. It la a lingular fact that nwet aiiloldea mrm urspeptics. jr otir nourishment la prop, erly direated the brain H fraa and unnpprtas d, and will aolva our troubles, pointing out aunahlna ahead, and Inclining at to look np. ob tha bright alda of life; thua la It our duty to guard against thla monster-indigestion and wa know of nothing ao potent to asalsl digestion aa Coa'a Dyspepsia Cura. It baa euredtoma rery bad causa of Dvspepua of te ten vr fifteen yeart atandlng. , PRANDRETH'fl PII.M. IJIFLtrE!. ZA, DIPTIIERlA, In Inflammatory affection, when no bleed ing la permitted, a free una of these Pills toon modifies tha alarming er...

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. — 4 May 1866

Circulation double that or at OTHER PAPER IK Till COCHTT. The Ohio Crop Prospect. In Highland county, wheat lias the npicarance of lirln? a failure, having niiimrenUr been killed during the ae Vera winter. ppnrhci are generally r supposed to Ihj killed.? Uliernef and . 1 - -. .... ...Jtt. iltliMl t,ilil3B nr.; iivb wuvn jibm. The peach and cherry buda In M ar shall township are about ell killed, nml as for the wheat, it never looked wore. In fnct, some fields that looked well in the fall, have but little flrncnrntire of anv Ilva heat. ,The Dayton ( Montgomery county) Journal aays tbnt aome agricultural subscribers comi)iiin that the barley crop in Bomo neighborhoods , will prove almost an entire failure, the hard frosts of the winter having killed the seed in tlio ground. The wheat,, also, in ninny plitcca, is said to have been hiully froy.cn out. Spring bar ley will probably be mainly relied on by our farmer. y , Wo learn from nr -fruit growers, that some of the fine varieties of 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. — 11 May 1866

publishes KVEnr fridat, ut;; T II KALL A; LOCKE TERXIl On Yesr.ln advsnce 3 00 KITE Of ADYETI8Hfg. Buahn Card, It llnea or !...., e,00 une equarw, a weeksorlesa.. ......... , 2,00 bmmib auunMinKi inseruon unutr inree ' Month! , Oaeaqaara 1 month.. .... 4,00 .7 " J " 7.00 .1 ysar 10,00 4 eovuma month.......... T.00 " " " 1200 ; I year , o,oo ff emomne 11.90 " ' " " ................... lo.no year 16,00 ' , " I month...... .... 18,00 . " " 8A.O0 i " i year o,oo Business Cards. Clli. OK8TKKL1K. W. It. DETWILKK. OESTBRLIN DETWILBR, Homojpathle PhjiicUnt & Bargeoni OFFtCB AND RESIDENCE, Opsaslts tha Goll Ilontc. msrlsty Notice. W. WALTKAV, . DR. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON roMgM.r ot fHiLiDiLraii, . TT AS PERMANENTLY LOCATED 1L In Findlay, where he will attend to all ana in nil profession. In town or country. OIm In Melodson building, aeoood ioor next to D. B. Beardaley's ofllue. Realrienc a few doore cant of Headquar ter'a .tare. febStf W. WALTH4N, M. D. Ir. J. XV. JlcCracLcn, , Physician,...

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. — 11 May 1866

Ifctttoch itffcrsoitian . THRALL. o.T.m.m. THRALL A LOCKt.I ,n,TR i rnfmTon. rmoLAT, ohio. '" V "T," MAY 11, lmo Ff I JAY. RECONSTRUCTION. The Committee on Reconstruction, nnnolnted in tin IIouso of Repre- pnttiM. bivtf at lost ma.le tlieir report. It embrace a ptn for the restoration of the Southern State to their proper rslations In the Union, and proposes tome amendments to the Constitution, regulating tho repre sontatlon of those states In Congress and providing safeguard against rebel rotes, and th rebel war debt. It provides tint the apportionment of members of Congress shall be based upon the number of votes, so that tho number of their represents tives will d.-pend upon the number of persons entitled to vote. If Southern states do not see flt to p... it,. ,t,i nf miffraao upon the colored man, they cannot have repre- .-ntntlon upon Mm: It tTie? allow him to vot. he Is then to be count- ol, In estimating the numbor of rep resentatives they are entitled to. Not only is slave r...

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. — 11 May 1866

RAILROAD TIME TABLES ., D. 0. B. E. riMDLAT BRANCH. Leaves Findlay A.M. Arrives at rindlay.... TP. M. f, I t Di SAIL ROAD. Leave. Findlay at 7:30 A. M. Leaves roatorla at s:u A. M. Arilvet at Fremont 10:11 A.M. ITUM. uuh Premnnt at 1:00 P. M. Umh Fostnrla nt ...8:40 P. M. Arr'Tei at Findlay 4.-4S P. M Town and County Matters. Mh.linsrt. Read the advertise tnent of Mrs. C. A. Lindsay, and drop in and exaralno Lor really fine tock of Summer goods. Wool Carding at the Findlay Flax Mill. . 4t. A. Wagner Sc Co. Settlimxnt Wamtbt. All cer "BSUPJinowing themselves Indebted to D. K. Locke, will please call and set tie with Thrall te Locke, In whose possession the books have been loft. BitooM roa Bait Charlie Hull offer hi fine Saloon for sale. H la centrally loea'.d. right opposite tha Court Home, and la doing a Ana bualnaia. For further partlaulara addrta CHARLIE HALL, aprao-tr Undlay, Ohio. Fob Sale. A very desriable House and Lot, situated on Hardin street, but a short distance lroro Mai...

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. — 11 May 1866

IXhfgancocH grffcrjjonian CIRCULATION nOLBLK THAT OF All Y othr pgrni m tiik county.' t may ii, lmtn FRIDAY, The Dying Mozart. Wolfgang Mozart, the great Ger man composer, died nt Vienna, in the year 1791. There ii something licautitul and touching In the circura Btnnrea of his rlcntli. His sweetest song wns the last he suns The Re qiiium. He bad been emiiioyed upon tliis exquisite picro Tor several weeks his soul filled with inspiration of the richest melody, and already claiming kindred with immortality. After giving it its last touch, and breathing into it that undying spirit of song wmch was to consecrate it through all time, as his 'atygenn strain," he fell into a quiet ' and peaceful slum ber. At length the light footsteps of his daughter ImiiIIIo awoke him. "Come hither, my Kmilie," said he, "luy task is done the Reqciutn my Requiem is Golsbcd." Say not so, dear father," said the gentle girly, interrupting him, as tears stood in her eves. Vou must be better you look better, f...

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. — 18 May 1866

'V- 5)anc0cnjcncr50ntan. PUBLMUKD KV'Klir FRIDAY, BY THRILL &. LOCKC. . TERMS! One Tear, In advance 12 00 KATES OF. ADVERTISING. Riialn.. fieri. Unit r less One Hqusre, 9 week or lass. . .r. .... Kach additional inHurtiim under three months Ons square 3 months , g ( .,.. ' 1 yanr... 4 gnlumn 3 months S.IHI 4 H 7.IHI lil.iiii 7. llll l'l llll 1 venr... jo.im) li.nii t 3 months. . 8 ' .. 1 year .... i months., ft " .. t runt ... JD.fK) 3i.no l,lll) H'l llll Business Cards. CHAS. OtSTBRMX. W. M. DKTWILKB OE8T3RL1N A DETWILER, Homoepathio Physicians St Surgeons '" " OrTICK AND RKSlMiSCB, Opposite Iho ttolt IIue. marlfl ly .,r , . Notice. , , . DR.' W. W ALT M AN,' PHYSICIAN A NO 8URQEON KJUBUni.T OI HlkBI.BIA. r. HAS PEH.H A EVTLY IOC ATED HI PlmUMTt where ll Will Hl.KIMl t'a.i calif in his prnieaslnn. In town or untiniry. Dili' tn Ml"lRn building, second Soor. next to O. B. tteard.lny'e 111 'a. Residence few dntirn em r Haailqniir tor'n tort fat, tt W. VLTSIS, M. D. Up. J. V. Hct'r...

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. — 18 May 1866

ffiancoch Icffcrsonian l, 0. Til HALL. - O. T. LOCKS. THRALL LOCKI,' init on As ranraiBTOBS. riWDLAT, OHIO. pRintr, i t mavis, twin. The Defection of President Johnson. Tb Union mn of the whol sountry ar aoiloualy awaiting tbt aotlon of tb Prl. 41 las aseitlon Of tb day. They naturally bar tour that k I ant 14 by slaas f assigning dsmagngu. M was t flrit supposed, snd from who tutohe sad sow r h might bs reeoned, bat that ka kaa ooa aplrad with that maa who hav barttofora wnrk4 tain, to betray th party (and eonn try) Into tba hand of Ita enernle. a The Southern laadara and polltlolant knaar Abraham Linooln aad Andrew Jobnaon. They knew fro. iprlero thai Lincoln we lm partlona to Bllry, and thai Jobnaon' at tar took It la Ilk a ipong i tbat tb on w. wlhout ambition uti for kit eonntrr, and that tba otbar had no ambltloa av for blmMir, and tba murdered Linooln, tba trong Ban, that Jobnaon, tb wank man, night reign In bit aland. How well thejr judged! Jo'innon wa al onoa takao poaaaaal...

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. — 18 May 1866

CIRCULATION DOUBLB TltAT OF AKT OTBIB PAPBR IN Til COUNTT. fr'RIUAT, I MAY It. 1H4WU RAILROAD TIME TABLES. I., D. 0. R. S. FIMDLAT BRAHCII. La Fined? A.M Arrhresat Plndlay ....TP. M F. L. V. RAIL ROAD. f.aavaa FlmlU at T:S0 A. K Leaves Foatnrfa at : A, M. Arrlres at Fremont .10:14 A M ITDMi UiH f remnnt at lnO P. M Leaves Fostoria at ...:4l P. M. Arrive at tindlar P- Town and County Matters. Naw Barker Suoi. Ckas. Sweet and V. C. Brown have opened a new barber ahop In the American House building. CLOTnma. Soe Sam. D. Iloupt'a advertisement, and then give hiui a call and ace if lie don't "perform all be advertises." Rctcrnid. L. Glessncr, Esq., for mer editor of .the Courier, has again taken possession of the oflke and entered upon his labors. Early Vegrtaolrs. II. Porch Esq., baa in progress a very fine and large market garden for the produc tion of early vegetables. We may expect at a very early period, plenty of Teas, Beans, Corn and Potatoes. Business Ciiano. A. A. Monroe Las ass...

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. — 18 May 1866

Ehcuncci(i; ?UU (Ionian VlMtyf yrlO DoLKliK IIMI fiT 4T (nasi ( til Nil lMTf s .i . FKJiUls-- 1.-1- J..MAI IUuJmj! Importance of Punctuation. Wanted young turn to tnko clwrec of a very fine aiintt ot horses of a ro- fk. col ccnntnlttcv-imiM writes Wi lave a school house largo enough to accommodate fviir bundled pupil lour stones high. A inninwrinri! "A child WAS runVmrtiV ileVwisrtn f6fiiil thica years old amlt-ross ryed, wear ing pnntiilcta rrlilch never rpoke a ingle word after." rarnaol: a peoleetlvu agnjnat .tbe tan tliort fn IscliW iiil cf jetAtet anawuii.lKrne,-- i-' 11 I An t xclmngc, In describing a re cent celebration, says: "Tlie pro cession was very fine, ami about two niileflony f whs hNo the, liraytr oj. EU? T'itifry, tho.4lifipltiltUtl .1 A Philadelphia r a;ier snvs: "An orl wns cmglit in the Delaware river otr Market street by n boy that weigh ed eleven pounds.'' Importance of Punctuation. Facts Worth Remembering. It Is worth while for farmers, ev ery where, to rememb...

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. — 25 May 1866

PUBUHHKD RVKP.Y fridat, BT Til RAM; fc LOCKE, TERlfl OfI ,TM,tB-lTn w i ..T..-f . . . . f M : i III i I ' ' H ' BiilneaCrd. Hum iir Ism On Rquare, 1 weeka nr leas. Eaoh additional ineerlioB und Usee month On to nare month ' 4 ' ( lrw r,.... ....... 11,00 so 4.00 T.od 10,00 ,i,00 Fj'lMI Jo, no I .'.on 20.00 85.00 1 year. 1 muni In 6 " 1 year I months, ......... t vear 1H,()0 36.011 60,00 Business Cards. EW HOTEL. WEAVER HOUSE, PUBI.IO SQUARH, Li;KiiAKAt oiiio. . iOu$ OUUP, Proprietor, niysif. CHAS. OSSTERLIlf. W. M. DCTWrLBn. OESTGRLIN 4t DETWILBR, Homopathio Physicians &. Surgeons OKHCK AND ItKHlDKMCE, i Opposite Ihfl Oolt IIone. murls-ty DR. W. WALTM AN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON fVnMT:i. op miusnitlMiU. r. ' HAS PERMA Ji E JiTlY LOCATED in KnulUy, wliro hi will attend to all call In hi prniaaalnn. In town or country. Otu i In MnliiitiMin Huiidiiig. aocond iiiiur, nexttw 1. BHrdley' ill'-. , , Kaaldenc a few duura eaal oi ueauquiir- ter'a atnr. febDlt , . W. WALCH a, M. i. t Dr. J....

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. — 25 May 1866

aeffiui J- I..' gp.mfoch gfcffcrsonian tt . TllrlALL. 1 THRALL O. T. LOCKK. & LOCKE, FIDIiAY, oaio. rAIDAYj I i I MlV3S.lnnjTie Change of Tune. At the beginning of the war, An drew Johnacn wna denounced by the Copperhead Democracy as a drunken brnte, a boorish tailor and au nneult:vated, Ignorant wretch. geo. etnry Sen at d was branded ns an onprlnclpled scoundrel, who delight ed In pulling his bell and causing the Imprisonment of Innocent Democrats In the dark recesses ot tome loath ome dungeon, and Secretary Stan ton, In their sight, was a blood thlrs ty monster, whom voracious appetite was only appealed by fcarlul and frequent drafts, which, to mako bim stilt more odious, were o eon Ineted tunt it fell most heavily njyn their devoted heads. When that arch dc mon and gorilla Lincoln was men tloned, there were no terms strong tno'igh In the Copperhead vocabula ry to apply to him. .Xon, how changed! They are now civlns free, and cordial assent and support to the "drunken brute,"...

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. — 25 May 1866

Circulation doudli that or at OTHER PAPKR IH THB COCWTT. FRIDAY, I I I MAY2S, leKMU RAILROAD TIME TABLES. B.t D. 0. R. R. FI.tDLAT BltiltCfl Lea-vet Findlay ... A.M Arrives at Klndlay 7 1 M F., L. D. RAIL ROAD. Leaves Findlay at 7:30 A.M Leavaa Pnatnrla at H:4f A, M Arrives at Fremont 10:15 A.M. no IK. '.saves Fremont at 1 00 P. M Leaves Fostorla at ...3:40 P. M Arr'vea at Fmdlar.. 4:43 P.M. Town and Country Matters. Porchlai Picruae. The only place In town where porcelain ptetiirea are mada In ttat highest style of the art, In Zf'i Gallery Whshs wti Til Mintua.-OnBntiirdny last there wars several disgraceful rows In which blood flowed pretty (real)-, and several enter prising young men reoeived a araok over the oonoa. Poor whiskey la auppoead to bare been the cause. Bona Mona. -Oaborn Baldwin have ra calved another atock of Qrocarlea. Fiah Ao. which Ihey wlah to aell at very low pricea They ara devout believers In the doctrine or tba auperlnrttjr nt the "nimble sixpence" over tba "...

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