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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 10 May 1861

fcntoniatU TERMD ingl.eaareaerear,la edTaee,l SO It Tew 1 OO IS OO JOB PRINTING EPARTMENT applied with large variety of Type and , etbereMterlal.wblob.togelbarwilB ' ' SUPERIOR WOBKMEK, 1 - nbreas.opromptly t BETTER ST YLE OF. WDRK Aj-tBaoBtsrwaswSoarB.' ' ..Attention! 'Evcrybodyl I .1 ... ii -i ."'J I .,, I .. ,. I'.il. I l.tiA"" " " 'i.o rMI sjnefeiarigne e eapaetfully InfuriM the pnhllo that be haa'bougbt Iba entire aloek rrtnMaiUM wciraanwn UMrr tUMdnMmlaU AOftUnnf, here! tbsy nave on band and will always keep r sate at .sry iow prices - offee, sfcagarv ' Castles, Triakla. as, Meinms, (Jakes, notion. 'tear, FnfHInis Wises, etc.; i short, all att'eiee nasally to MkM la a wall uoked an weu assorted Our nuiuaroua frlcndu, botli In tlietown antt uuntrv. Mm resnrji'lliillr Invited tn nnll and ue whether Ihey can buy of ue Urocerles of very description ana or tna tiest quality at urn low rules as m ne wiiy eatisuea. Wo iiannnr all mnns or COUNTRY PRODUCE AT MARKET PRICE. 2 very body 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. — 10 May 1861

jtmntui :i i .lu-umj-jui Ljuuui-J-i-- ; . A.PBAR, -.- . editor, Friday, i i : t : i,: I y 10. 1801. The Southern Rebels. The secession Secretary ol War, id 4 Vpeech et Montgomery, lome time since, mado Vn bond Hint the peltautto flag would float front the dome of the capital at Washington before the firs! of My. Well, the jSrtV. of ,'My tint come, and ha proved him a vain boaster. Fluali d with the victory, acquired in the very nnrqnal crimhat at Fort Sum tor, tlm Secessionists vaiuty imagined ,tbat lite road to victory, In all I heir projects, wu just aa eaay of access, and hence, looked npott the North bottt as good at conquered. But they noon found that llioy had mis taken the character and temper of North -rn people mott tadly. In toad of the North being divided or shrinking when duty called them, they ataod by the Union, and pre eent one nnhroken front in defense of tho Btars and stripes. This was unexpected by the traitors, and hence they have been compelled to hesitate in thu...

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. — 10 May 1861

-x,A j-iil .. ij. ! as.- MM FORD. fcOOAX. aDZTOC " '. ' . .' T H M I -; aiaxat Cpr r"'i artaajaee, S1W I terse, h u n.nn ' Tm M a f -..Off Fifteen Coptes " 10.00 JOB PRINTING, ur ltmii Kinv .int. TAnihii, Exmxrriti iir a sumcsiioh stylh. W I S-g-iW , Miti Sooirrr, Tuesday evening, t the residence of 0. A. Ooningcr. . PonroHBD. Tbe annual State Firemcns' Tournament, which was to hat been bold at Toledo, on the' second Toe J ay of Ta!y next, has been indefinitely postponed, on account of the present difficulties. Mom , Voluhtebbs. Thirty-one mmm ...l.inl.... ... K - tl.s TTnUn1 diotna tereice ot the Unitod States, Hww v.. v v.s o nav d " vi aiew ti laet Tuesday, by Eeqniro Heardeley. Fifteen of them went Into Company B, and sixteen into CumpAny 0. PatoePRcT or Goino. Coinnaniea A. and O. of our coi.ntv. hare beon'JLT aemKned places In tho twenty-Aral r . j -l cKiiue.ii, wuu uru in u..jr v.v.ti- tmn at Iw.lno rllu.l tn n Tl. - - . . ,u p. - toys have had miserable lodging ...,.- . . . ...

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. — 10 May 1861

pufoch Jcffcrsoaian. TERMS! tnale cVipf, m -ar, In nt nr, St .MS J O 11 PRINTING. mm aMtr . u r. iv i r 1 1 ' ' wr. i'TitD i a i rr.nioN stylm. Song of Columbia's Daughters. Oh gol kratkiH, aol Hark to rr4ara oaltttic; m be blMdiog stand Wklta kr emu er ratlin I thra, MM four darlings Wive, year knebnn sand CklMr. spur yoar (albcrsi Ova trill b rout Inert. ally found or alendard Hta t to nm AV mr watchword vrr 'Vmfci, or lb grave!" Onwardl nur rnntry One ft poful horn, Wnrr tli world a ipprtMd una! Might fur rates' onme How all tvfti mill tainting, Wounded tore al, he; vrard in lb manna! or Uiii.m- diri! Mall; r. .J ur standard, Ac. OhSght! t.retbr flgbll Our Uthera ii.ugiii uvior Toa; Y"tir blew nr f.r the iliiht, And Freedom's o'er yu. Ruiinbr, when In battl, Hour w st horn will praf That He m your I'miuueudcr Will eld you win tt.a iIh I It. illjr round our ataidard, II talen nn ; Be nur watchword ever. Freed m. or t'.e itr. !!" i I i . ' 1 , i I i I i ' 1 New York Tribune. New Yo...

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. — 17 May 1861

gailf0itkTjffffr50nian. TERMS. .gieeattrawea-earja advaaee, l 90 MIS ee-BSee , " . . Itt t .. :. . . ! rtfte j io THE JOB PRINTING EPARTMENT Supplied with a tar variety of Typ and otbrraateTUI. which, together llu eiPEBIOB WORKMEN, enable u tndepromptty A BETTER STYLE OF WORK via an"V not ik wmtriik ow. Attention! Everybody! 1 THE ander signed respectfully Informs Mi uutillo lbt a haatniight the entire atoek of article, al tlx well known Oroe.ry B Sweat- nesentaval VOeltli.res,' WNrt taey hare nn hand ud will always keep ior sen. ai very low pr.oen Corns, Sagar, Candles, Trinket. Taa, Nolaase. Cake,.' Notion, Floar. PrevUioae, Wlin. ai c.: In short, all aet'cle usually U be bad In a well siocaeaanoj weoassoriea Our numarnui friends, both In the luwn and country, are reepecllully Invited to call and aae whether thtiy can buy nf u tirocarlea of very description ana ni me Mm quality ai aurh Inw rates aa tn l fully Satisfied. We alan hny all kind of COUNTRY PRODUCE AT MARKET PRICE. Ever...

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. — 17 May 1861

re- -A 4ea.l- . Q..mmUm kjeV.BFs.sVli. EDITOR. " FINDLAY, OHIO, frit.. ItiiiiM Kty 17, 1861. Secession Outbreak at St. Louis. t Jl V 1 il ir b. Ml 1. n Hi A ci HI it tl m i II th hi to el lo to to A fo t ot it .Hi ' Tbr hat bcn another serious tecwtloti mob demonstration at St. Louis similar to ttmt at Daltimoro. Tbt Svcvtatonlsta had been forming camp In tha outskirts of St. Louis, calttd Camp Jackson, where the; toera oolteoting together troop and innaltlont of war with the evident imfpota tf making an attack upon fit arsenal In St. Lnii, at toon ns they had attained tufRcirnt strength. Moat of tha arms had been furnish ed ht iho rebels in the Confericrntc 8taW. aud were the Sumo that bean previously aiulcii from the United St Met Arsenal. Captain Lyon, in command of the arsenal at St. Lonis, wat directed fo s hi; the Camp. of the trnitort. Uu did so, taking Captain Front and hit whole command prisoners, neether with n largo amonnt of arm, stnr.s and camp eauipnire. S tmu sovwi hu...

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. — 17 May 1861

jggnjp roRD, LocaL editor. ;."r ..'v.- i ; J"f "17, year, la evaHanss,tt.fto , a M .IH " . m .. it.no rfl4n Cap! , . lo.oo Job printing, . j OP RVEHT KIMI) AND TABIBTT, ttXKCVTF.D A II PKHIOH TYI K. Cash to be Adopted in Findlay. 811 interest the governing principle of mankind but it I tuhjecl in eommunitiea mutual intercut and oitrtetr-aK.ranilife.irne kMtit to be tueeenful. mint ichnn.t.JTh. i inwreeia 01 otnertwith ourtelet. Tko Parmer it dependent upon the Me btnio, the Laborer, tnd the Merohanti Iney la their tarn cannot tuecerd without te Producer. ' In no eaae can the one party lire tl tne - - - w.c.uu! " he end mbarratrring lbemeatvea. of at k.i.. hu,...i , ..... theaneelvet, or it least being obliged to cur au or nop entirely their own operation.. Nothing hat been mote prejudicial to the general good of commerce in this vioinity, than the tyatem of long credit, which has te long controlled the trade of Pindlay. Thit system may have beea necessary when ear country was a wild...

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. — 17 May 1861

I A - L Hff-;.,'. IJUnrOfU . JiCl CrSOIltUn. ' . , .... TIRMIl IU CVpy,en lear.ln aiHani-e.tl.HI Cre, ." Tr I'l.tm riftttaCqilfi" I. VOi- JOll PRINTING, OF KVEUT KIND AND VAIIIKTV, KXC-tTKD I A St 1-tnion aTl'I.K. ' The Ciew ot the Star of the West at Chicago. f ll... jiwiiifl hfll.ii HiJniliiimlii I-,-. - ,i r..t r..i l. fl, wbich aft r hrr inislisp tit Clisilrs ton h rubor, wns cst turcd by ri'irt at Indianoln, Texan. arrive') in thin city yesterday altcrnoon on their way to their homes fn Nhw Votk Our Krportcr had an interview wild tlism at tho Michigan Southern do ot last tvening, and lonnd them as miiht hsvo been cjtiii'ctoil, a rough, lardy set of fellow, broii7.id J eiposoro and latigm d hy travel but with the genuine cliurHctcri-tio of the Ssilor, ready to snil anin tin skme cruiso if called upon. They report that tho Star of thr Wmt, manned by a crew of forty ... . .., .:ien all tola, wim n cargo m provi . 1 .1 ions, arrived ft inn(ioi, 011 im Texas coast, on the afternoon ...

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. — 24 May 1861

ttWtnki: Ma eoart.e , .- m , on Tar .. t. . . m .' I? eo THE JOB PRINTING EPARTMENT supplied wiU a large variety ofTypeani; o t he r atari I h leh ,togtj t her w I lb SUPERIOR WORKMEN, anahleeuatodoprowtptljr A BETTER STYLE OF WORK TBAtt AST OfFIOM IK WSBTSSX OHIO. Attention! Everybody! rTWK noralned respectfully Inform the jL pueno mat ae oH DOiiinuni enure atoo. of ertMieeeitne wansnown Bieessy Stare f KaMntlial aOtUHfir, Whers they hsvs na hand and will always keep for sale at very low pricaa Coffee, Sagar, Caadlet, Trinkets. lea, Molasses, Cake, Notions, Floor, Frovialoae, Wiaes, are t Ate.; In short, all articles eeaatlr to be bad la a wall stocked and wall assorted Our numaroua friends, both In tha town and country, am respectfully Invited to eall and aaa whether they can bur of na (irocerlea of every .le.i'rlpllon and of tha brut quality at urn low rates an in oq imiy SHUsnea. W slan hnv nil kind nf COUNTRY PRODUCE AT MARKET PRICE. Everybody Knows the Place Opposite tha Court...

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. — 24 May 1861

lhrtll'"lflVffirtllirtM I j JUlUl n l lU IUU ..APS AH. liniTOB.1 r F1NDLAY. OJIIO, Iriday, : u i i i ! s Ky J4, 1961. The Preparation of the War. Tberw , at preeent.as might rtd ft vr o-reat solicit ! In ,er,l to tha state of the countrv.l ad some ars disposed to find fsnlt l ono-ar. i .hat .Lev consider the tardy mo tenants of the government This U to ,be. eipecte d. It I tho r aultof the Intense Mcitenwat that. hM taken bold of the public mind The people howsve r, must have pa- tle.cJ.ueh-'Rraparatio neoessery to drill, fit oat, end pnt in working order a large army, made np of raw rocrnlts. cannot be accom plished In a day. A plan for tho campaigo tins to be devised; and this can be done only afteraacertain tag, as far as possible, the resources of the enemy, their condition, and their pnrposes. Military tactios ia an art that it Ukes time and mnch! peralntcnt labor to acquire a knowl edge of, and without proScienuy in tuilitary drill, an army wonld' only be a target for an enemy...

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. — 24 May 1861

mp& Jtfflirsoniati. PHILIP FORD, LOCAL EDITOR. TIRIII Mnfll ratty, ,! l4MM,tM is copses, Yen M . ririMnCnfai'S" . . JOB PRINTING, ' or BVKnr Icwd astd VAmtrrT, O itonRLNtiBtino Colonel Nel- bUng came home on a visit on last Saturday, snd returned Tuesday morning. Ho was presented to the Home Guards, of Pindlay, on Sat urday evening, by Captain Wilson, and waa received with three rous ing cheers, after which be took the company through some Lew and in terestiug exercises to the great satis, faction of all concerned. "Jim" makes a capital looking officer, and is just one cf those kind of men who will go where duty calls, no matter how warm the climate. Snccess at tend him and the brave men nndor bis command who, at tho call of their country, forsook the comforts of! home and the companionship friends for the hard realities of the camp and tho perils of a Soldier's 1 ile. -F-r-,-J-,l-LJl-,-,J'- Dkpltt United States MAReHAr.. William U. Cox, esq., of f tndlay, received lliia wppV ti...

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. — 24 May 1861

irTrl . 1 m 'Smock Jcffcruonion. TERNtl tssajtr "!, ana fHr, In nil nitre, I.M i .. n.tni 11.1H1 l.i.OM JOIJ PltlNTI NO, OP EVRttr KIND AND VAi.IF.TY, trTTr tn m pr.nion stvi.f.. Tnrrrlm Im Tln t'nloo f'illii(. A. M Dnncin, of Miiichiictf who Irft TutuR ahnut tliMu wiM-kn MKii, report that when tin) vote on th or'Hnance t RpctRKion wnn tnken, he Mf nt 1 1 nrrihtirs two in n from Boston who wen Km! nn tn tho tx)IU, uml fcrcAil to totn for ....... Ti.n ra.;.!...! In .... ' i ii Iuxm hut three inonUix; ami Uw ro ...lire. mMnnee of a yo.r. Kichmnnd S mthern mnn firrow hRnjjin,, Imiohhro he put in ote for the Union, At New llrnunfoli, Oorinin vilUno, a com-i inittoe cmno down from Austin nnd nrrrmpiea 10 rno pi nuiTrRHinn 11 nr. Tho prople tore it down. The iroui - initteo then tohl them if they at-1 tempted to vote 'or the Union, thry wouhl be driv. n out of the .tutu lor noiiuoniBiM, nun verj n-w 01 mem v'irii ior inn union. The city of Auntin nmi couniv ll'iTO Voted for the Union 0 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. — 31 May 1861

..Hi it ye ay ,1a t9mmA M aw Tin 's ,1 IB It SO ' -1- THE JOB PRINTING EPABTMENT tsasttietw.ta a larg variety ef Type end . ottoraiawnarwhleb.togethersrith SUPERIOR WOTtKMEX, , ,. , '. eaablesaalndoprnsnptly . . - . A BETTER STYLE OP WORK nuMiimnni ff Attention! Everybody!' THE undersigned respectfully lafinraa the pnlilto that be haVbotigbt tfaa entire stock fartioleeat the ire I Ik new n . "rnry Ium eg Hmm wUU A. OrlU a;r, Where thar beve ea band aod will alsrart keep faraala at very I oar price.,, Coffee, agar, Cnndles, Trinkets. Tan, Malaaeee,- Cakea, Notions, natst. Previsions, Wines, Ate , e.; to short, all articles usually lo be bad to a wall alookedaad well assorted E1DCEBY ill rilflSlOl STIR Our numarnna friends, both In tha town and eountry, are respectfully Invited to enll nun see whnthar they can buy nf aa Groceries ef very description and ol tha brat quality al nm iw rates Hmiif miiy eausuea. WkhIk.. hnr nil klnriaof COUNTRY PRODUCE AT MARKET PRICE. Everybody Knows 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. — 31 May 1861

rtmrMr-rr "JfrVriirtnlrtn EDITOR. FINDLAY. OHIO. t : : s May 31, 1861. "ThTre ta Knew by iu frail.1 Baoh W the caption of d article - la the Courier, in whleh e very nr, Juttand ungenerous attack Is made upon the Uepublicao party, in rortr. to the prosecattwn of the pro-mflnt MWtty It taehHrged that at thronrt'fis 'oi the volunteers UeiooeriU; and thai very large proportioa f the officer are Demo crat!. ;' Now It is not at all aitreo able tA us to enter into a controversy, with oar nelghhor, involving party interests. We did expect that there would be no provocation from the Democratio aide, at least, inas- much M leading Democrata'caum us, when a rally was made here to raise volunteers for the government od reqaeStdd us to refrain from! any further party discussions. do not wish to say anything to J.- . i - . T"v disparagement 01 our iemoer.iic friends They have done nobly in cbming up to the support of the gov. rnraent. Thoy have shown tlieui elves rae patriots in the Ireo states....

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. — 31 May 1861

PHILIP rORjJt' tOGAL EDITOR. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. Malta cloMtblrVr Blaalw before tint of do fiartursV y .;, -i ,.. I RAILROAD MAILS. tUilrrwd mail on th Franwmt and Indian IraUi leave fcaoau said avrlva :2U p. m.; On the Branch Bntdlwi 6:41 au m., Mud ar SIT". W w.yva, y Mi . , U . f COUNTRY MAILS. ttlamanf, Arlington, Eniita and Dunkirk, leave very Monday nl Thursday, Ht 7 n'clook, n. to., anu nnve ine same usye at p. m. . Vaa Bnran. Porta. Bowline (irswn. Perrva bar. Oak lildire. Alha, Oil lie., lluukeve and Kalida, cvnry Tusvday and Prldav, at I a, ai. and arsive evsa-y Wodnaadap aad Saturday at perno r.: . i i ...' . . . , benton Wdrt Pleasant. VaurhitsvMle. Pen 4Htnn and CoTumbua llrove arrive everr Tue ldnf at 10 o'clock, a. m., and Irmve at 1 p. ra. th mine dHjr. ' UfiComb, Sugar Ridge, I.tpalg, afedary and Defiance, lit nlniiohard, Dlaiicbard Bridxe, Elm drove and Marlon arrive every Wednes tiny at 10 o'clock a. m-, aad depart lUe aame lay ai ip. n. , Oat, Wait 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. — 31 May 1861

prrofk Jcffcrsoman. T E R ft I ain;1e Copy, en year, lei adseiire.SI.SO PAmiiCiiiM" IV.UO J Oil PRINTING, . OP F.VKKY KINI ASt VAHIKTY. Mirct'Trn in a mphiihii wvi.f.' Colonel Ellsworth's Death. Wasiiinqtois, May 23. Intense1 excitement created here by s.88sin etion of Col. Ellsworth, hells tollinx crape on tho buildings, aud fl.igs at balf tnast. Col. Ellsworth was shot io the back by doe Jackson, proprietor ol ; Lotel io Alexandria. Jackson wan , ....I- I. : ll I W j VuikIi 11 luaiautiv RM'rM vj v Brownwell, of Troy, ana a member of Ellsworth's Zouaves. The body is now lying in state at the oavy yard. President Lincoln, who was warm and personal iriund ol Ells, worth, is deeply affected by hi death. The government is io possession of startling information from Balti more, and tbet certain prominent protended Onion men who in prvs ence of tbe United States troops have Joodly professed devotion to the Union, are secretly working for sr. cession. Their oatr.es aud accur tte informati...

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. — 7 June 1861

K-rrrT77-L-J----1 TERMS. ill-- m(lp? arte jreeur,! advanea, l 60 ii aa-piee Yen rin - THEIOB PRINTING EPARTMENT teupplled wit a large variety of Type and other ointerlal.wlilob.together with 8UPERI0B WOBKMEN, 'enables todnprnmptty A BETTER STYLE OF WORK I Attention! Everybody! rrmK underalgnod respectfully X publlo mat ne naainoiign of article! al the wel I k now n Informs the haaltioiightlhe enlireatovk ClaMarjr Store riiMcnlkal JtOettlnfter, Where they have on hand end will always keei for tale at very low prioee Coffee, "agar, Caadlee, Trinkets. Tra, Molnases, Cakee, Notions, Floor. Provisoes. M lorn, Ac . ate.; Io ehnrt, ell arttolei usually lo be had In a wull looked and well aaeorted i iDiiuiirii UiIllmu. Our numerone friend, both In the town and enuntrv. ara restieottiillv invited to cull and ee whether they can buy of lis (irocerlcs nf very description ana in me nnai quality ki urti low ralee aa u i-e tuny saiiauea. We also buy all kind" of COUNTRY PRODUCE AT MARKET PRICE. E...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 7 June 1861

8 inCOfh CffffSDfliflfl.l A.SPBAR, . EDITOR, ' lr"w7Tr Tv nil in ' iday, ::::::::: June 7. 101'. Biography of Senator Douglas. Hf-ftilfht UIM 0(-- w"pn "IM. hylM-W,n orn at Dragon. Vrtn6'nt, on tti 21J o Ai-ril, 1813 Ilia father wnaa. I'hraiciaii, ami died when Stophon tret but two mnntlia Old. II and a aint-r ni;liU'en,.n.1 reonthe oMor than hiinnolf, won-kit to the care ol tho wi.low.-d rnothor.ithna wht emptied all the moans at lu- command, trt giro liiin an olncati..n. At tho ae of G toon, his mother be ing no lonnr ablo to keep him nt school, he was app-enticrd to 0 trt inet Maker, with whom he remained eikhtoon months, bit tho trudo a'- footing his health, ho abandoned smd anbseanentlT entered an aedomY at Canandalg.it, New York, his mother hid roinovod aftor her scond mirriH.'O. Having stnJiodj law, bo started lb search of a loca lion, to the West, In 1833, and onon reaching Cleveland, wns detained a, whole Summer aeainn by ricknt'BS.jNuw Going on further West, ho atppod at J...

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. — 7 June 1861

frmtfa Jcffcrsoniati. r i it .i i fHlielr C'npr. ntw yrnr. In eil, nitre. ! .HO Ml Copies, N.HO .-inrent'nnieei. ""TL.tf JO 11 LMtLNTrTsO. ia rvr.HT Kll ANl VAIIIKTV, riM1' lit A r moil Tt i.r.. Remarkable Cure of a Rattlesnake's Bile. George VV. KetioV.I, in a lottcr to the Nuv Orleans Picayune, BAYe: Hofore. I forget it, let tho inform you that the medicine client arrived in due reason, and that jut hb I nienodl had tireiing use for om ul tho articles it contained. I wan looking over tho bottles, when one or my men catno running in, saying he hitd t pun bittuo by a rttlosn ko! lie was boiling fast his left wrist, while two streams of blood were run ning irom one of his fingers, where tLe fsiigs of tho snake had entered. As the nvan did not use tobacco, I told him to fill his mouth with salt and au-jk as bird as be could at bis wounds. 1 next kept a rag well sa urated with barlcle n n the wonnd, to lountt ract tho poison. 1 then tut thirty drops nf hearts born in a tcacupfnl of whi...

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. — 7 June 1861

TKKNII . " J OI PHINTiNO, nectrrrn i a itpwiMm ftTvi.r. WaUT! Ohitalii Car Uo. The Book of Ohltalry'' will never be completo, till it oontatna a record ol the spread-eagle patriotism, the daaottoaa bravery, and the daritig exploits of William Gribboo, esq., of Findlay, Ohio. That "tromenjn?' anti Palmctto-flsg.speech be mado in the Court House, some weeks ago, his1 being the first man ia the county to sign his name to the' voluntocr roll, and his lato terriflo assault up von Patterson and" Taylor's liberty polev 'will - bef worthy of a special mention. Thoro's no telling what a chivalrous man will do whon ho gets desperate, especially after night. Now, this William Gribbon, (we mean the man who mado tho anti-Falmetto-flag-speech, at the Court House,) had boon chaffing routid considerably, because the said Pat torson & Taylor did not soe proper to run up their flag at hulf-maat, on the occasion of Mr. Douglas death, al though whuo the newt of his death first came to Fiudlay, last...

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