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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 2 December 1864

TO THOSE BUYING TREES. -. C3ood Chance Offcrrtl ! WM OUTHWAITB, PnopitlETOH OF THE FI.VIM.AT NUM tkf!Y. Inform the cillmiii of II uncork ijoitair that taia Nuraery ia tow H ell Blocked ttltl: tha Choicest Fruit and Ornamental Trees Which will be ao'd lower than can b by the traveling agcnta ol l inUiin nurse na ; Good, healthy Apple Trees, G to 9 feet high, at fclli per hundred. Vartlr-a inin-n mln of me mil Hud It ltd nntm!9!ii in tin- tollnwin repei L i They will tret the variety l',ey want. Trees urowii here are t Ice aa likely tollvi M Ihnm b-tiM I T"in abroad. You neve a clK'iro til free. V"U w ll iiul bo iiiin)Hri ui'i.11 by men yon jtaver mw. tty Block ronsl-taor rII 1 lie choicest Varla HOD ill Appire, I'aar-, Peach.., tllinii. XMuina, Kscraet-rn-i, rto. I am Also agent for the sale of nil varieties of Foreign Bulbs. June 17. WM. OIJTMWAITE. X L. OK Photograph Gallery ! Over Gray's Ira Store, Opposite ih Court House, FINDLAY, OHIO, uc will riMO J. II. S ELL rKKFARKD TO l BES...

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 December 1864

FlftDLAY, FRIDAV, l)KC. "fl, X V TKnium 62.00 1T.R ANNUM IN ADVANCE. . r. tocitR, ntTtm. , Mfc iV.TT'RTtSO'SIA'H ftAS nr. tAnoKST cwicnLt: w op ant pArtR rcBusti tr in thi corsiy. GENERAL SHERMAN. The attention cf the -holc contitry I now directed to this world renown ed military hero, who hrm commenced h march through the hcnrt of the Southern ronntry w Licit promises bi illinnt results. JJftlicrto we have only nltneked the enemy on tho outer line of Lis territory, and have been gradually pushing him back n from the clr- cnmfcrcncc ol a circle, leaving the interior untouched. Now we start from n point on the outer line, viz : A tin nt , mid march our nrtny across 1ic interior, through n fertile conn try. never Vet Messed by Ynnkcc bayonets. General .Sherninn is a lire wed, dear headed leader, and nil his movement ure characterized ly tho wi.-test diKcriininalion nnd pru dent forecast, and provision lor every conceivable emergency, ho that there i.i no surprise, no disappointment, n...

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 December 1864

l)ttnMk Jcffcrsonian. Local and Miscellaneous. Mr. Nasby has a Frightful Dream. SAINT'S REST, (wich is in the stait uv Noo Gersy,) Nov. 29. I m bein nlllictid with dreeing. It's wery seldom that I lay my manly form dowu '1 rest, that dreems uv the tnost fritc-rirt fcnrricter don't tako pos-scslnm- uv me, mid I nwnko in the ,.,,. hard ilny s dodgin creditors wich exhaustbi. La.it nite I bed a dreein, the rpcl-l lecksh..n whereof is ennli' 2 drive a , , , lrny hoss uv ordinary "onibililiMllliailkrilUy crazy. Alethawt Dnnocrisy wnz ded,jby that his funeral wuz npinted fer thci 4th uv March, thul that day hed or- riv, and Unit the fronds uv the deceest lied bin inwilid: I wu on the spot! nirly, but 2 my surprize quite a iium-i1,c Wuv mourners wu there nfore ,. ,. llicr Wiu rhomtis GefTerson, and Androo Jaxson, and Steven A. Dug-jseleetiug lis, and Silus Wright, and Jimmy Toke and sich. Tho corpse wua that , . . . , , , iivpiat, who lied evidently died ilissipashen wunst strong and wig-m...

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 December 1864

FINDLAY. FRIDAY, DEC. 2, 'G4 - TERMtl S2.00 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE T). B. l.OCKB, fclUTOR. tat JEFEKIISOKIAN n A3 TUB LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY TAPEI1 PUBLISH ED IX TDK COUNTT. A Speculation. The following Incident actually took place in Baltimore, a lew years since. As nn evidence of the truth of the event, it Ja said that the com iirtnions of the voium woman were not very long In discovering Hint one of their number, nil of u sudden, left their ranks : "How do you sell these flowers?" snld n good-looking stranger of one of the houtheru Males to a pretty lit tie damsel in the market, who had hitherto been compelled to sell pinks, poses and similar notions, honestly to maintain herself and family. "Twenty-five cents, sir," said the maiden, holding up to the gaze of the stronger a sweet scented bunch. "Cheap," said the gentleman. "Indeed they are," said the maiden. So much so that I cannot posui bly conceive how you can tnuku a living at tli" business." "Ah, sir," said the pretty litt...

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 December 1864

TO THOSE BUYING TREES 4ool ( hfliicc Olit-ri il ! WM. OUTHWAITE, 1)ROI'RII!TOK OK TUB FIXnLAY HLn Sl.nV, lnlirm-i the I'HIeng nf Hhiiivi, k i;nnniy (hat Ui Cursory is now well slocked Willi Mm ' Choicest Fruitnd Ornamental Trees Which will h sn'd lower than citli be by the traveling agents ot loroluu inirmiites s Good, healthy Apple Trees, G to 9 fect high, nt till per hundred. l'iirllr puronimlng of me w ill II uii II ad vantageous in lli billowing te-pei They will get the Tariety iney want. Trees grown here are l lee as likelr loiivx as those In outfl-t 'rmn abroad. Vim have h choice of I'rce. You will ii'lbe imposed upen by men yott never saw. My utoi k n.imUM ol' nil 1 lie choicest Turin 11c of Ai:, I'var-, Pi at lies, Cherries,. I mn also ngent fur tho snlc of all varieties of Foreign Bulbs. June 17. WM. OUTHWAITE. X. li V- OIS riiotogmph Gallery! Over Orn)' Iru Htiire, Opposite Hi . Cu" 1 1 House FINDLAY, OHIO, ' TU WILL UND j. ii. s ii i: I. 1j riu:i'i;ti:n to mask BEST PHOTO...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 9 December 1864

FIX W-A V. Fuh 4l4taC..';NU. T R ll N 62.00 TEtt AXMJM IN ADVANCE. D. n. LOCKE, EpiTOtt. qaC JlHERSONlAN UAt THK LA RUE IT C1RCCLATJOM Of ANT PAPtB PCBLISlt 0 IH TH COt'KfT. , PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. The President's Message is rcedv rd too Into fur Insertion thin week. The offalrs of the button nre in o good condition as could be exported while carrying' on such ft war. The military and fiaval departments are reported to bo In good condition. The national debt on the first of July Inst nmormtod to 81,740 090, 4 Q9 49. TrobaUy, says the President, should the war continue another year, that mount may be Increased by not far Irotn five hundred millions. Held as it is for the most part by our people, it hut become a substantial branch of the national though private property. Tht part of the measnge touching slavery is of strlkinj importance. Tlio President recommends tho re asnsldcrstlon and pna-ngo of the amendment to the Coustit.ition abol ishing 6lavory throughout the United Slates., li...

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 December 1864

ijanwh Jlfffcrsonioi Local and Miscellaneous. Mr. Nasby Proposes the Emigration of the Democracy. SAINT'S REST, (wich is in the stait uv Noo Gersy,) Dec. 8. 1 repel In.Uio fieriptnrs, (n book I nlluz icrooze whenever I'm biul slek) Biitbin nbout ten tribes uv Ixcrrl Hint U7. lost. A ijoe struck Inc. 1 sec o way by, with the present ' unholy, tlevustntin wnr liin bo stopped, nnilj nfler jivin the matter doo conslderu hIicii, I'm conwlu9t uv Its ferzibilitv. It is EMIGRASHEN! The Sutlicrn branch uv the Jiim omitic party ought H be convinst, by this time, that tliey nint a match for ihe AhlUhulsts a. Ilghtitr, Ji'st ez the .Northern wing lioz dUklvt-rod that it ftiii't no match for em a volin. The fact is the entire plan uv repnii in the obi temple uv Dimoemy with seces sion luoitcr hez very much the hp peerancc uv a faleyour. My father, (a INoo Gcrsy Diinocrat,) wunt spil led lamp lie on a noo kote. He nkt n nabor, who wtiz reckless, wat wood talk it out, and he told him sulphuric nci...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 9 December 1864

I M i i " I I r ' i : ! ' i ' 1 a""".-- - - ' 77T fjnnfffh Jefferson jan, .J ..... 4 iSiAT. Friday, pec. 9, 2,00 rrii ANNUM IN ADVANCE. D. I: LOCKE, LDItOlt. c.ivccao5 or akt fArrarrBtisH JCU 1M TBS COUNTY. A Strategic Coon . We witnessed tin atntishifr incident on one of our suburban streets last Saturday. A fnsliionnlile young lady, got up in tlie highest etylo of the milliner's art, and arrnyod in tlie glo ry of n five dollars a yard silk, a twenty dollar bonnet, nnd tbree hun dred dollar shawl, was majestically swrcping along in tlie direction of the Fair Ground, wlnle Just beinna a nine dot was leading a pet coon. A coun tryman in a linsey woolsey "wirir u" came along . followed by a "yollah" do;:, whose nose was scarred diago nally ti ansovcrady and laterally with the scars of many a fiercely contested bnttle with the member of the rac coon faiuilv. '"TIko" no soonevsaw the ring tailed reiivcacntutivo of his ancient enemy than he made a frantic uivoforhim, accompanied nyniuri ...

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 December 1864

" "I01HDSE BUYING TREES ,. unoti C'lmiM'C OlfriM ill, WM OUTH V7 AIT, ' ', '.. Tjttoi'niOTnit n tub rixw.tr xrrt .1. WMtr, ltif..rm thoail'itniiii r Hitlitimtl ... Onnijr ilmt his Nitrpoiy li now wili Hockm with tlio Choicest Frnit'ftnd OrnBtncntal Tree ,. Which will h mi'rt lower Hum nun Im by llir travelloit in-ml.. (l f..r"li;ii i :'.irf Ir s ' Cood, lienlUiy Apple Trees, f! to 9 ,.( foot high, et 10 per hundred. ,' Tnri lc (. u i -n ; r i r mo ill ),,,( i( in ' traniMiciitM in th rnliiui ihk i (i l i ;, TIlMJf IH fill III VHtiMV I iy A'Kllt. TicMfiimii nor nrc t ir n i.Wrlv tol vi tl lhnw ! ii(t' t V-m 'ir..,,l, . You tinVB ii ilmnr. n I'l-m-i, Ymiw Ii unlit: nr.pti.4i it (ii'Lii I".- mn j-' n never hhW. ' ' ' Mv Klixk i'onUt nr nil (!i nliolrnil v u In , tlM nl Ap i, i.ir, Pull,,, ifi.nl.- I'i mil. I Vii-';fV.i ., i If. I nm nlfo rtgent Tor 1ho sale of nil rariotips of Foreign Bulbs. . "' ' Jicn- 17. . WM MITTltWAITT , X I. C OH FI.oit.gra.!i Gailrrj'! Over GrnN brng .torn, Ppp...

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 December 1864

the Union. Although short or rum vlito success, it is o rnui.lt hi tlx tight direction, that 12,000 citizens li. each of the Sir. ton of At konsns md Louisiana have organized loyid Stat1' Government a, with free Constitution . nml niu cai'iict!.v rtriiggliug t m:iin tflin and Administer them. The move mont, in the name direction, more ex tensive, though les definite, in Mis snurf. Kentucky and Tennessee nho'd not be overlooked. Hut Maryhiud present the ejtnmple of complete nueccas. 'Maryland in secure to lib erty and Union for nil the future. The genius of rebellion will no more t'laiid Msrvhiud. Like nnotlier foul i. hit t'uiiiir driven out, it may eeek to tear her tut it vUI hou her no AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION. . At the last noSbion of Congress a rronosed amendment of the Coiwtitu- tion, abolishing alaviry throughout the United Stales, passed the Senate, init failed, (or lack if tho requisite two-llilrds'volc, Ju the House of lie presentulivcs. Although the prc3ciit ia the :u...

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 December 1864

Local and Miscellaneous. l'rioi'illn of the Comity Oomml sionrrs, Monday, Toc. 5 Hoard of Com missioner's met in Attlitor ofllce Vrcscnt, Conrad Line, Jolm Cooper, William Tnylor nii.l llcury Sheets, Auditor. Alter hearing aiuieation for the construction of n bridge, ami passing upon some account, adjourned till Tuesday mo mint:. Tucsilay, Dec! 6 Roord met pur suant to adiouininent, all tlm mem-! In'rs present. 44 i Tii . ,..iiii.'.i of James Swindle, of , i. . t l. m..hiI tn tlm Uiglick township, In .i f .i:.....t.,.l ! nf inn.I I was received and viewers and survey- ry . . ........tuf ml tn lunor. nt wi.L ,... I.. li:.,li1, i llOUSe Ol UOim in i t Iihii) on the 10th Inst ty After i.assin-r upon some bills, ! Hoard adjourned. Wednesday Dec. 7 Hoard met pursuant to adjournment, nil the mem-. jjers present. n The petition of Wm. Wickham avid itstes ,?',! ,,,.,..., nin.ointi.d rcceU ed and i w P '"'"V ' ;.... 1 ne cci i cue in ci , . j-jiih"-, V,in niHHUitier elect was i.rcscnte.l, ll...

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 December 1864

, jR2t0) ?ER AUM in advance. D. R. LOCKE. E PIT OR. "' L ""L ', r'Tr. TIIC JtrEWlSOMAN BAD IDS LARf5K8T CIRCCLATIOJf CP AVI PATER TCBLtSU , , 1 s w Tns cousrrr. .. , ., -. J- A 'Title til the -t.rpnt NOHlnlfi T n ik. Old Anthracite hn3 ft Tory dear wile so denr that six" costs Jdm on , her own private account al.ont 815. k ,000 a year. ; Mr. Anthrnrite nlwni ' Las the latest ftiHhKiis, so w lit n the creat Saratoga ti uuk wa9 txl'ihitcd in Broadway, Mr. A. Instantly p'.ir .clmnfil one for bcr mimini-f tilp. Every one knews that the irrent Saratoga trunk In nn unex-epiioiialile trunk. It Wpolasstil of Titanic i'o portion. CU-op, the builder of thai great pyramid mtvrht hnvo iouiid am- pio lUTommod.'Uiori tor n r rw.rc household in the great Saratjn trunk. ' Accordingly, dwn went ?rr. A. to the great waft-ring place with her . 1. . CM... 1 1 .. -1 1 1 creat v. unit .' .-uti miii t, mi 11 iuiiu' . there, however, when oM Anthi noitcj : received tt rinte telegraph from a, friend informi...

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 December 1864

L . i i HI i i .... TO THOSE' BUYING TREES Hood Chance O.Ilrcd ! WM. OUTHWAITE, 1noiniET0R ov the fin-play sen- I SKftY, Intm-iim llio ctllzmn of ILincick .County that hi Nursury ia nmv well slocked will: tli Choicest Fruit;and Ornamental Trees Which will 1) so'd lower than can hp by Urn traveling hkoiiIh il lurnlun nuriim lc : Good, healthy Apple 'J roes, (J to Oi feet nigh, At 10 per hundred. Parties pnrcn.ilnt of me will find it nd tantaiicoiieiii Ihn following ioientn i They will net the iiely v-.ey wnnt. Tree mown hern are f Inn iih takely tilive I thoee broilf('it 'mm abroad. You have m t'liitKr of Trees. Yfjti will uolbe Iwpimid upcii by man you never saw. My stock eonnl-Hof nil (lis eholi"t vnrle ll at Apple., l..r, I'tnulita, ll.inlvf, Plums, Kvcigci'fiK, rto, I ntn also agent for the sale of nil Varieties-of ' Foreign Bulbs. June 17. WM. OUTIIWAITK. X Li C OK Piotogr.ii.i Gallery ! Over Crny'n Irn Store, Oppoilo Court House, FINDLAY, OHIO, rut; WILL I'lSD j. ii. s ei u I4 ...

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 December 1864

successful. The division jtmiucu uj- umerni ivimnun, 01 JS 4th Corps: Brigadier-General ' " Girand, ol the command under Gen. Smith; the cavalry command tinder uenerai Kricch, woro under my ob servation and I havo never seen bet wsr work. General Kimball dlvls loa earned two fortified positions by sault, with very alight lost, captur ing at one point four hundred prison ers aud six guns. . There la no doubt that other parti of the line did as well. I only sneak of what I saw. No Intelligence has beeu received , from Shermau later than the publish ed dispatches transmitted by Gen. Foster and Admiral Dnhlpen. E. M. STANTON. E. M. STANTON. BULLETIN NO, 2. WAR DEPARTMENT, WASHINGTON, Dec. 16. Official dispatches from General Canby htxve been received to-day, howingthe complete success of an expedition sent by him from Vieks rnrjr toco-oporato witli General Sher man' operation!), and cut Hood's communications with Mobilo. Gen- Canby reports tha probable success of another expedition 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. — 23 December 1864

ijanctuh JcffcrsomaiL Local and Miscellaneous. Mr. Nasby Consults the Spirits. SAINT'S REST. (wich is in the stait uv Noo Gersy.) Dec. 8. t . -t UnvIl,ioi(.liiRncritoolim 1 can t naj I b.eevo in Ptn,WMn.n(1 I've tndo it several time but tlie re- unit wuz novel satisfactory. I never cood dcWmino in iny ou miu.l ez i.ti,or tUrt..iiiiiivtliiiiic. i.ur-'imdcr to whether Ike spit nam uu mt. (.ih -inooine."'""".""' ported to lo strangers, wu y notknowin ther stile, whereupon I wood (.all up the sperit uv a tleceest'our ,...t, ..,... Tho rnnversashen Juthani wood then rim ez follows: Me. "I the spirit uv Smith present?" Si-uut. ft air. Who call?" Me. "Nasby, l'etroleum V." Spkkf.t f Vehemently "Fay to my und ii haif you ycers no." Now that coodenthov bin tuc spcr- i.l.l,..- v. i.l.l thecf. tho l;l dolers ,u""" ' . 1.-.VI-1.I t!V lilt) BIX it of Jothain Smith, beeoz the tn..m !... iu lif.. bad latwrd inan-lf4,riiir.pn fml vfcrth. Sierra to nt that mun-lonr fuil n.i unoo 3tn wfc ny, and bed ...

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 December 1864

TtlDAY, DEC. 3, 'C4 V T F n JIJ M ,. 4i0 rER ANNUM IN ADVANCE Aggregate Labor of Mankind. Along with tlin compassion that is rxclttd iy listening to tlio tnle of lnt, there is Apt to nrieo fit the time, a feeling of itstoniahmont thnt end tiling should be in ft lend like thht. X'trhftps, hOTrcvcr the trite wonrttr ) that ant li not universal. One Juxlf of the ttco die before the? Lave teoamDotcu an lot, to the worlds nttecsnce or their own. One linlf of those who survive the poi ioI of, unudbooa are women, who do not, a general thing contrilmto directly to the production of wealth. Of the men, many aro sick, many nre old, many arc Inzy, innny are wasteful, many aro parasites. Those w ho do work, and live to the age of three acorc and ten, spend one-third of their live in bed, one-twentieth tt the table, one sixth iu recreation. Jtypch of their time is (pent in mis takes. Much pf whnt they succeed in producing, swept away 'by lire and flood. During half oi the year, na. Jure eleepe. ...

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. — 30 December 1864

Very Cli cap, at ,J, M. IiyilKBS' -IIMJ3-MADI3 BOOTS & SHOES! We would n iy tn our Cunto-nora and nl hori that we are mm- ppppared to make (pmd Home-made Don's and Simon to irlor, we shall Knap unimtHrilly on hand a Kiind assort jnenl ol HOME-MADE WORK, ', ml will warrui,! till in our wei tit give sat nlnctlon. Call a ii J see us. ' We shall aim (in sli kinds ot Boot mid hUOO IDOIlillli;. .VCUWABA. WIIF.KI.Elt AMEltlGAN JAVA C OT F E E. flhe bent and cheapest Unffoe in tlir market, JL M good Ha !!" A tone half th Trice. - Hi.ltl WholoHitle uiul He-T.ila by Y, I pAVId 0'lnill.iy. eTry One Package.; , ; J . O . BE A CH V'" COMMISSION' ...MEUCIIAXT. AND PHA I.Kit IN CHAIN AND PRODUCE HO Vine Street, Cincinnati. Bopt. i.i. Mi. - ' . . ; .-, A Eino Assortment of L'tter, Cap. Commercial, . Note, nihl . , Hi Hot Paper; Envelope. iVc., AT UUArs. " SE W A It It I VA L. F. RAUTENBERG AVIN'ii just roauived a lariro and flue Hl.uk ol CIGARS, TOIiACCOS ANT) PIPES from the K.iHt, la prpparuit...

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. — 30 December 1864

I' - fL4Yf FRIDAY, DF.C. !., '14 t r n n 9 1 112,00 rr.n annum in adva nck. V . U. LOCKS, EDITOK. tint jr-rtrndoNtAH was tiik i.aiioxst WCrLATIOlt OF ANT PAPtn TrBLlSlI tD IK TH COtTHTT. The Work Now in Hand. TIip llrt thlnff to Ixs done M tlto - KT rnlsinc of the quota of tho county under the last mil. Every coll that linn been mil le has found a portion of the citizens dospondont. Faint hearted men would cry thai the rais Ing of men was nn impoMitulity that the men wore all gonethnt mo'd ro, &.C., Ac. Yt, no township that li!s made an eflfm t a determuied off ort, hao eier been drafted. Findtay township, except In one Instance, has always filled her quota, and that without fiauring out; Fvndlay and nil the other townships can do It ago'm particularly at this time. Every one caa see that the war U rapb'.ly up preaching a ead that lo all human probability the men no7 enlisted will have but list f oy hard duty, and a liberal hrnnty--smpthino, near what men cm nwU'i at hamo, will ...

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. — 30 December 1864

mancijchjlcffmonian. Local and Miscellaneous. Mr. Nasby "Waileth and Cusseth." SAINT'S REST.(wich is in the stait uv Noo Gersy.) Dec 24, 1864. I've heerd frnm ".avium ;ih I I red nv It. Fancr Iho feelina nv a man who hart bin fer wkpntln I heer ht Rhernian' boln aii tlrelv .chawd up ly the undantsd Suthern The Mlerln Impromtno cu and wale (ekrlly mix ) reflex the molt uv mlnrt uf lb Umoerbiy nv thl xeKalinn t Hart aiuk, m-f, a'one bmtiJ. tioi.e up flayd, akind, hung out. Rmiultol, pulverised, hiverd, enntterit. Phyaikt. pnked, tiled, blistered, v loh In Dlmonrlny. Alois t nit, like U.iriit. nmnt-gthe main, Alone I alt anil out), hi id thin la my oiks: CuiKld be Ontlioon, fer lie InHrdooat 11a tu ttmt pnlntld harlot, Stall R:ghte, who pdonai ua. CiiHuld bePearae who ooniintld t the N brnxkl bill, wloh bus'.ld ua. CiiMld do Bookunnjn, who favoM I.ecom ten, wlnh peeled ua Cuirt he Breckinridge who wnodent sup- port Duf'ii, and Mected Unkln. wloh glv our Post Or(Wl Abtlnhnlata. Vnaald b...

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. — 30 December 1864

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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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