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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 29 January 1858

Select Poetry. The Careless World. BY MRS. MORTON. .It . i..- . A weed la rlnln through mr brain, ( It w aatanaant to f It m pala I It M no ion to bid It rtay, When other things had paaaedswarf It Hid no meaning morthn all Whlclr lrl a India hoar may It w when J.i t a aoand I beard aiejMlyattar'd.cafelewwofd. ' . v ''A ' That word oh I it dotn haunt sn now, Innceneaafj?, MMneaof Woa , Br night, tr dajr, In un or bde, -With tha half mile that gentle ptjr'd RrpYeMhrulrf, and gjtr th onad Ktral power through life to wouad. Theeavia no volee lever beard, . Bo deeply axed a that one word. When lii the tanghing crown aom ton, MkethaMwhoMj0yov(ondlgoiM, ' Blrlke on my ear, I ehrlnk for then The eafelca word eoaie back again. Whet attaloa I tt and gaze Upon tba cheerful borne-Ore blaze, . Bo feebly, a when flrit 'twaa beard, ' Return that tightly ottered word. Whe dream bring baok the day of old, With all that wiaha ceuld not bold, And (ma my fxrerltu couch I itart To pret a abadnw to my he...

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. — 29 January 1858

;JMWDtAY, OHIO: . . ... - . . niMT vonuo, Jan. teth, was CIRCULATE THE JEFFERSONIAN, trrf tree Mead of ftepebUfea. Principle, 111, w nepc, Mrt blMir to sateod Dm elr oalaUoa of the Hwmm re-nfa. there ar men not taking H, who would. Ifiuliolted. Pro Slavery Bills in the Legitimate. Th Democracy In the Ohio Lg Ulature, are waking meat astonish ing progress In the way of IcglslatI for the 'legitifUKto intcresta' of O They have novajpccnpied the I latnre for nearly one month, inflha consideration ' of two billa; one of which propo!i to make it the duty of the citizen ot this State, to build and keep lit anitable condition, slave pena,for the acoom jiodstion of slave holder, for the storago of their "hu man chattels," and for their better protection and Bafe-keopitig; and the other (a, to allow slave-holders to bring their slaves into the State and keep then here, until it auit their convenience to return, and moreover if tbejr take a fancy to aotne of our freemen, that they may with im ...

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. — 29 January 1858

m. . a nan.. . ', v. 1 1. h, rorrKH. aaa-swrsestaw. t LBT IT sW rAREFTTLLT NOTED ama a She LAMMM Csamty Payees " WihTH In (MID, 4 oott atora If at THIRD Mm tenet a mvn hattfr, than i OTKMfl PArKR KTItl PUBLISHED IN H4(XCK COIHTT. . LOCAL MATTERS. Ta Vend of Findta. Wa spoke last week of .tha vary lamentable state of public moral. 'egarde tha chil draft and youth of this town. And ere will add,, that such- is the condition of thing, that than ara few boy i from ten years oW arid opwarda, that hare not become leer or more Indoctrinated into the moat reprehenaible practice of card playing. Eilabliihmenla ara kept open day and flight, in which not only card playing but gambling in all its bran- Icbes, ara carried on by profetiional lloafert and "black lea," with euch Iboldnesiand unbluihing impudence, at might be expected in communitiea in which auch practicea are protected by law. To these dent of corruption, our youth have access, and through tha in fluence and example of thoie who fr...

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. — 29 January 1858

TKHMItt Plue-le Comt. er,tit rtnr, il.llO ni fopi'. " " " .;'"! Ten Fin een copies" 14.1 I rum BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ir WIH K JKI I I liliM I'onlt mm Jolt I rliilln Odlce. The Publishers linv fnsproeured a largo supply M various kinds new Tvra. ulid hitving, tu successful "perutiuli I 1UVCRIC IHD DnUCD DDCCCCQ inn I LII 0 JUU I UIILIi I HkVVkW, which lire the bust Joe I'Kcssrs now In use, and Ik capable of throwing nil I'll m: mumiKii m i-hsss.oss rr.n noi'M, arc prepared ldn nil kind i if Job Wirk, muli its ( arils. Chilli and Ornu mental; Circulars. Posters. Plunks, Hill-Heads, rmcraiimies, I'liniphli'ln. Ac. With their r-n int facilities, tlifv fori rniindc.it Hint they can give entire satisfaction, Imili us It regards ' ocullnli Mid the rales rluti Kid. ! , j I T Al.ntK. Allnrni'V Ml l.iiw I S"- rv I'ulilii". rii'.iKantvii:.', (Mi"f'inili I'. O.) Hani iiVk i'i. 1 1. (Jan. !I3, li.'.T. tf. ri'.lH At. NDTK :. I'r. 1. Kli.ffi'r hllH Di rvinihr tii n nl Vim nr. Man k rmintv, (., itiid...

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 February 1858

Select Poetry. Select Poetry. THE SLAVE MOTHER'S LAMENT. Taken my poor heart' last treasure, All that I hd left to love, And I never mom shall ie hor , ' Till we meet In heaven abov. ' ' I n own darling, preolou child I I I Ilusband, children, all they're taken j Frooried is my brain, and wild 0, why oould they st have eparod me This, a last, and only child I - v . i - . I " One by on Uioy tor them from me, Heeded not my cry, or theirs, tuned ui for our heart' afleotlon, .Cursed nt for our tear and prayer. Xw the last tad drop U added : To my bitter cop of woe 0 bow Ion, alone and frieiidleii, Must I linger hore below I If 1 know that they were happy, Blest with Froodotn'f glorlou light, 1 could then eudur with patience ' Blavory's dark and dreadlul night. Or could I but ee them lying In death' long and quiet eleep, This sad heart would ceaa to murmur, Aud theee eyee refute to weep. But, a living death' before them, With no friend for them to care, I)y of sorrow, pain and anguish, K...

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 February 1858

fi;:Krh:tf(trsoiiioii. I' aa-aTaaaaa-aaa-a-aaas-aaaaat WKor FIN PLAY. OHIO: mnAYXosxura, rv 6th, uos. CQ)CUT! THE JEFFERSONIAN, trae Mend of Sep-ablioaa Principles, win, ws hope), exert htmeir to attend the sir MtalloaoftlMlbMtpMMa. There art MMf sot taking it, who would. If solicited. County Fee Bill. Tb law pasted by the last Lea-Is iature, baying In view tbe reduction of the (salaries of County officers, has ohb repealed by the preterit Demo critic Legislature. Id large couotici, nob at Hamilton, for instance, the salariet of tome of the ofBocrt, reach d at high at $85,000. The object or toe law patted by the Kepublicau legislature, was to curtail theae uma, ao that, while inch ofBcert Would bare secured a liberal com peosatlon, they would not receive a princely munlflcience, out of the people's pockets. When tho law wm passed, tome of the Democracy in thlsiection.lieaded by the Courier. tried to malra Ilia lm rPAaa!Mi tknl (ft Tl itmuency was, to increase the talar-lTba Im, k .v...

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 February 1858

Jjaworh Jeffrrmian. Miter raAR, j. h. roeram, Print LET IT HB CAREFULLY KOTED Ua4 MM HAWtWK JRrFKRBONlAlf I MtdlktMMBIT Cvanfr Papon ltak4 In Ok, an mMiIm ORB THIftl Mnnn Ana ha mm iriliV AVI OTMKR PAPF.lt RVtR PcdlJISMED IK HAWOOCK COVKTT. LOCAL MATTERS. A Chanja at Laat. Th long con tinued open winter, whose pretence wet to unwelcome to buiineai men gen rally, gave piece this week to t regu lar "let in" of otd-faihioned winter. The roade and street are pretty fairly bridged over, and alight sprinkling of mow, hat afforded our pleasure-loving population, a ptautable excuse for bring- I . .L - l T-L. 1 - I log uui (no eloign, mo ruaue, huh ever, are very materially improved, and i i r. . : i our town quite another thing, The fa- miliar facet of our country folks beto ken better timet. We have no doubt. all partiet would be very welt suited with tuch weather for three or four weekt to come. Atlantio Monthly. We are In re ceipt of the February number of the Atlantic Monthly. The conte...

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 February 1858

Ti7t5f?qlr. !. - " " H.(K BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Hifti iZiWRHli AN .k and Jai Pvtntfne: Om. The Publishers Imv fug procured a large lunplr of various kind nt rw Tvr, ana bavl&g, in succOsiful operation M VI ' Is capable of throwing nffcirrKH aranaRB m- yaa-ssmm rw, tmvit are prepared to do all kinds if Job Work, such na Card. I'lnln and Ortui nieutnl: Circular. Madera, Blanks, nill-lli'd,!hllV l'rngrsmtur, I'anipnloM, Ac. With their pros- cnt facilities, they fcM crmflihint that thev can KlveenHIre aaihmtrUon, both at It regards ei-1 ucution and tho rate charged. r i 1 1) 1 f V C I P I K N.' II I ".ii.iJLi . a-vriifsriv m .rnner Ar AH.T:7r. rifTIUKls, JLvote nis enure i time ' " lr , V, , u country. I'minpt n"1"" ' '"'"' l " tim- U"' T,.u. " ' .?" .'.,.. .VIM am a reei. "" V "'IS. WhchmlvL'cnt. order, may 'ViV, LAWYER'S JOB POWER PRESSES which are tho bust Job Paaasan now In se, am ivcclvu prompt atti'iitlon. January 1, inos. rr, AIM, Attorney It law and Nota VVV ry-PtnV. Pleaaaurv...

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 February 1858

1 r'llll.t t ( ! r fill It. I I.1BI ' . . - i , , , , , ,:. ..v . .' i INDEPENDENT THOUGHT, UNDISGUISED PURPOaB,--ANT UNTH A MMBTiTlD ACTION, S. A. IPRAn ' 1 Kdttar aa4 Pr.pr1c(.r. f . ILLl-i.-. FINDLAY, 0 ERIDAYi FEBRUARY 19,1858. ! . i''i;i v.1 I VOL. 4 : NO; 36.- ! Select Story. THE NEW-ENGLAND GIANT. A Yankee Fairy Tale. BY OLIVER OPTIC. Once upor a time thrre lived in Boiruston.which.all iiiy readers must he aware, is sittutca in tho eastcrirti(.uisriy ..ar of Massachusetts, thoiitfli it is not customary to be very particular about geographical matters in Uir tnli.once unon a lime mere lived in nognsiou a man name was Natty Gobus. , -mini et 'cro whose,' i Natty was a very nice imp, nuuimon cvcrvliody andeverything,par-W-Ul, a certain villianous com-Lnc0- nonnu wincn iiau?ir, K-",w:ori isedtoretail at three cents a MltVU IU ivtau v...- r, Isatty used to liko this vilo atuir,1 Btrango as it may seem, and used spend nearly all the money ho earn- ed in buying it; and, of course, i...

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 February 1858

A. TAM i l l Editor FIWPLAY. OHIO; ? SHUT MORiaiO, Fb. 19th, 1858 CIRCULATE THE JEFFEHSONIAN. Srerf ym friend of Repaulleaa Principles, HH, v hope, exert bimeelfto sxtend the olr elatlog of the Umtemck Jrfftrtmnn, There are ny not taking It, wso would, If solicited. How Parties Stand. From the passage of Harris' reso lution io Congress, it inifcht ba sup posed that tome considerable portion of the Democrat io merabtrs, were opposed to the admission of Kansas. Such ii Dot tli case. Tho preaont (Congress stands, In tho House, 127 Democrats, 92 Republican, and 15 Know Nothings. Of these, Harris resolution received 91 Republican, 23 Democratic votes, anJ one Know Nothing voto. While there were cast against against it, 101 Doino cratio, and 10 Know Nothing votes. JSvery Republican present voted for it, white of the 123 Democrats pres ent, bat 23 voted for it. As every vote cast for this resolntion, wai, in rffect,a voe cast against the itdmis- mon of Kansas; and as ever vote rest against...

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 February 1858

ganrofh Jffffrsonian. S. A. irKAR r."H' LET IT Bli CAREFULLY NOTED tha M AJrXM K JKFFKRAON1AJT h mm L4HaEIT Oomntr ripm klwltaOkto,M4 Mntolna ON R TH1HO HOHK RRAOIIfO MATTFn, THA Alt T OTHER PAPRR RVER FIBUIHED 1 HAWOOCK COUNTY. LOCAL MATTERS. TEACHER'S INSTITUTE. Ws art requested to state that a Tea Cher's Institute will ba bald In Findlsjr, commencing Moaday.lhe 8th of March . Several experienced asavnara iroin I t..m A ... I ! InitMIDllAMI AM I Ik A I AM . mmn .uu t'" """ivuiviiiii.im ! cation. It ii scarcely necessary, we presume, to address a word to teachers on tha practical benefit! to ba derived (toa auch an association. 'The busi- nest of teaching hat become a fixedU" fact" a profession In tha mostelevet' ad isnae, in which that term it employ ad. Nubia man and noble women leak thia profession now, it ia to ba auppoted, not became it la a lucrative , but because . It le a noble calling one whose bene fits in regard to both pupil and teacher, ara similar and reciprocal. At t...

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 February 1858

MnRi rnrr r"'.'" aatie, ti.ao Mi copiM, K.00 Tn v." i. , tHI virirCor'"" " " is.oo BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UW1HK JltM-tltl'MA I'm.fc itnit oh PiltitlnijOaVe. The Pohlishora hsv. fsvprwiired large suptdy f various kinds nt new T"rm, nnd having, in successful operation rBJ of LAWYER'S JOB PDWtR PRESSES, which lire the nntJm Pbkses now III uio. nnt) Is ciiinhlo or throwing otf rim:rx iii:kikd in-t-HKsstnvs yy.h tuna. ro prepared In do ull kinds .f Jot Work, such Cards. 1'luin and Orna ircnt.il; C'lrou'nrs. Posters, Wanks. HtllHcnd. I'forninitirtu, Pamphlets, Ae. With llroir pres ent facilities, they- fool Confident Ihut thi'V fun Itive entire satisfaction. Indites II regards ex t ''ill Iimi nnd tho rates charged. I : i i 'J; j I I ! ! ; ' 111 YS KHANS. ill, V. W. KM'ltlKI H. will licrcaltcr tie. J vote hia entire lime lo the practice of Med ivine nnd Cursory. In Klndlay ami adjoining country. Prompt nttortion to huilm-os nt nil tlmei. Omit Over Stabii' Hat Store, on Main atrc.it. llKiiiiKM...

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 February 1858

Select Story. THE WEST TO THE WEST. BY CHARLES MACKAY. Sv wj Wl totbWestt , TothlanJofOiefre, ' Where mighty Mlseoari Roll down t th Hi, Wb.r. nan If a men, If he's willing to toll, Andtttthnmbleetmay gath.r ' The fruits or tbe solll Where children re blessings, And he who hto moat, Hth aid for hit fortune, And rlchet to boaeU Where the young may exult, ' And the egeS may reet, Away, fr away, To the land of the West) To the Weitl to the West! Where the river that flow, Bun thouennde of mllei, Spreading out u they got Where lb green wrtng IbreeU, That echo our cull, Are wide M old England, And free to ua all! Where the prairie, Ilk mm, Where the blllew have roll'd, Are broad a the kingdom And emplree of oldl And the lake are Ilk oeeane, In atorm or In reel, Away, far away, To the land of the Weft? To the Wetl to the Weill There ie wealth to won, The foreet to clar, la the work to be done: We'll try it, wo'lldolt, And never detpalr, While there's light In the lunihln And breath In the...

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 February 1858

fc a J r . - - a Saul If r ijfrlmaa. A. IfftH, ' i" mi n nil ii ii I' it f 'a1 Sailor FINPtATOHIO: ' flflUT gC0,.Tsa,Mti, 1638 jCrUTiJHE JEFFERSQNIAN. ry true friend m BaduMicaa SViMtplcft, WW, are aopavaesra. hUfaMtfto extend Uie air ' ihar arlliinmin, Inert arc Douglas Meeting in Columbus. A grand rally of the Democrats appoHl -to (he conne of the Admin istration oil the Kansas affairs, took tdaco in Col limbos on Satnrdsy eten ingiart. '"ttpecclKM were made by Jude Johnson of Kansas, D. O. Morton of Toledo, Gun. Geiger ol Columbus, sod )Ht but not least, by 11. 11 Payne, the defeated candidate for Oovernorr Tho speeches were out-tpoken and mauly.' There was po attempt mado to cover up tbe enormous sins of Buchanan and his ... .. n i Administration. 1 he traitorous in-1 cuinbont ofuthe White House, was ....0.. ...... .. "aa handled without gloves," by 4h very men who took a leading pert la elocting him. .Judge Jobn sosy who has been a resident of Kan eaa since' 1U first organizati...

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 February 1858

m. Ar FKIt. jr. n. rtMTSR, ' ; Print, irr IT BE CARKFVLtY NOTED aha MM HAMWK JBITKRM)inAI to M a'taw LlHUIIf Corns? Popm -! imili In flSisn, u nuMn 0R THIHDI HiMtmuma Mmn,THM ant OTftWrH Nf SCVUR aVIMaSUKs Il HANCOCK OUST. , . r . LOCAL MATTERS. LOCAL MATTERS. REPORT OF THE STATE COMMISSIONER OF COMMON SCHOOLS. We have been favored with a Report of HW-Commissioner, of . Common Schools', fcy the Hon. Jomw Wcscotiv The Commissioner complaint tia( ihe return made of the condition of the Public Schoole In the different aectioni of the State, are meager and Imperfect. Hancock Coontf it represented ai hav ing 8,029 "jrouth between the ages of five and twenty -one ye art," for the ear ending Augus Slit, 1867, of whom 0,634 were enrolled in the schools, du ring the year, making an average' at tendance of 4,303. The average length of time the schools have been kept da ting the year, it five months and seven days. . Number of teacher employed, 139 males and 98 females; average wagea of mala t...

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 February 1858

V4Uiw uMa . 1 . -i ' I .v TXS t;1e Copy, me t-r,tM advance, 91. .V Wis Copies, tUSI Trtt . .... ISl.tKJ nnn cirri t in. 00 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. I.lAsM'tlajOme. The Publisher hav fug procured a large snr.pl- 01 various kind nl n-w 1 rra, ana iiaviii,;, iu sueuessiai operation ne ef LAWYER'S JOB POWER PRESSES. which are the best J ib Pasts no . v In ttse. and 1 capable ol throwing off yirrucM auxasui IM- ruwwi rna um, are oruparc to do i3l kind j of fob Work, uncb aa J.in(. Watfr-arnf Orna-1 mcnt-U: (.-trculara. poetere, Ulanka, Bill-Hoada, l'rowr.uinici, rumphleu, c. With their pree.,'' out facilities, Uioy foel uoiindent Hint thuv can fiive eiiUra Ualaotlun, loth as It regards ex-1 ecutiun and the rale charitcd. 1 t v PHYSICIANS. pvli. V. AV. RTHIKIX, will hi renlier do. A J vuto bis entire time to tho pnicticu 01 aicu iciidi no. 1 rtiiri-i.ri- in I'indliLV and ailloinltitf country. 1'roinpi' iittoi lion to bu. lncs at all tiini-s. tirncK -tfver nriHK q Mat r-iorc. in Main strcot. II...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 12 March 1858

Boarding Round. At alxUtan, with ft valiant heart. The teak I V oomnwwioe, , - "tp tysc 7pn fdoas how to shoot" . ft alrtav task was that, . i ' Bat Terr toon I fonnd That It fas not a simple one, To go a '.'boarding round." ' The Uihea were different then from now, The ''master's" path with honor bright utte thickly did they strew) - 9' be always aure toktsp "boarding round." And qiioftttona grave, and problems deep, Tuey would be alwnj xm he came Father would talk of pelttka, . . . . . Or chnrcft affairs propone, And If my vlewa were not Ilka their, A warm dispute aroaei And soma old "proeera"' ely and wiee, . Hid often time profxmnd, Qa "aliens that aorely punted ate, As I went "boarding round," The mothers talked of rude jrosng gtrls, Of sermons, books and boys. But always tried their best to add Unto my earthly Joys. For did I oatch the slightest cold. Or hoarse my volno should sound, I got a dose of Catnip Tea (!) Wbon I went "boarding round." The girls would talk nf everythin...

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 March 1858

Hancock Jeffersonian. V A. SPBAJI. I iuitr. Editor UiA.Y. OHIO: .vi i Wri I'SSSSSS Kin niDAT MOMTXIrtf Hatch. M, 1858 tiaCUUU;JHE,JfFtRSONIAN. Bvorf Ins Mend oC RepuMltma lrinlploa, rtU, wa oe, sntett himself tn g.end tha ulr cataltoaofthe H rnrtrk Jrffirmnnn. Thorn hit Ssany nt taking It, Who wouM, If Mliltml. African Slave Trade. TlU , Legislature 'uf MiMiisippi, IiM pasted an act anthntUtng ilto im )ortatioo of black" from Af rica, to tetrt M opprentlcpe lor fit teen roar. This It ttmply a round- about way of effecting tho restoration of: the Afrioaft i Slnve Trndo, and oar omnmetil thould tirat it a uch." !,Whflo Vlrxlnta and otlivr tlare Statet are enacting Ikws for tho expulsion of froo blacks, it t not tobetapposed that Mitsiaslppl really deetgns to bring Into the State, gang of frce'. ttntutored Africans, find then at the end of fifteen yiar, and before they become accustomed to the yoke,' act the in free. ' ' la It not time that tho cyct of free men, be opened, when Virgini...

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 March 1858

Hancock Jeffersonian. r IPBAB, Mltn ami aVaprletar.'' M?T IT BE CAREFULLY IOT(n 1 1 OMcl ami eantaloa nmm sruamn SI., il WTTKR THASJ ANY V PviUMSO IJ LOCAL MATTERS. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. Teachers' Institute, in session in Findlay, bit bean quit well ((tended; and more then usual interest hti been manifested by the Teachera present. The inttraetion given by Mr. D. F. DeWolfe.of Tiffin, in Grammar, Read ing, Elocution, and Declamation, was acientilic at well at practical, and could not fail to benefit and interest Teacher. Mr. Schuyler, of Republic, wall known as one of the best mathe maticiana in the State, gave instruction in Arithmetic. His explanation of the principles Involved in those portione of this branch regarded as difficult and complicated, were vcy clear and satis factory. Both of these gentleman are models for imitation ae Teachers; and we have no doubt that our Teachers gained a store of valuable iJees which they can make available in the school room. On Tuesday evening,...

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 March 1858

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