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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 27 December 1861

' gantock Jeffcrsonian. TERUII Local and Miscellaneous. Te tmi Union Mm or Hanoocc Countt. We bare taken bold of the Jeffereonltn, end hop to make It not only permanency, but papet that will be of um to tbe ptrty, tad to tbe county generally. To do thie to make It what It ehould be-there must bt effort! pot forth and iterHloei made by you ti well as by us. A pipet.wlthoul elioulatlon wieldf no Influence, and effeeti nothing. Tbe editor it not only crippled Inanoially, bat the circle of hit influence la narrowed, and though he write artiolee ever to eble nd convineini, they have no effect. The Jefferebniea thould go into the houte of Terr Union man in Hancock county. Now we are willing to gWe our time and labor we ere willing to work night and day for the good of the party, birt esk and expect on the Bart of those for whom we labor, tne am atceaiary to make that labor effective. We esk the Union men in the different town. biptto intereit themtelvet in extending the simulation of the ...

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 December 1861

' TERMS tingle Copy.""" " ' - itiTKM AHANOOKFD. W Oar Knlr wH r in mini M 1h, Ct tyrfnn Wm eol, " 'that our fx par will be fybtUhfd, html,,, mt m rf. mm, a4 ft. - Across the Moor. the wild and wind nr. sweeping Across the blank unci bni r.li nionr, And rolling waves of withered leave Wllb nilnm daah apnlnat my door. Park trtwiffrtf alludes nre gathering ;viihHtlmtmifn, nmyallc throng, Hit nmh frnnted air Ihcr. Ilnula 'th -words or anme old nng. PlMHeW rmrth nr. IlicV.rliig With Mnn nnd with fitful irlnre. ,tM I b.sid ll.em lowly crouch Aijd tfrd ll,e l01ll"" ' "J" h,lr- Thn. by th. hearth ncli evening I all upon niv chamber (l.mr, , Anil listen ever lorthe aonnd Of .iim. on. com in to th. dnnr. lrr. long here I been walling ( Hh pntlont love Mini trusting cure. Dot I n.v.r ee III. form, nor bear HI heavy fo .it.tc 01 th. stair. fvr y turn bnvn I been llstenlrg. And building nightly cheorlul Urea; But lin riimri not, nnd ono by one Fach bright and flaming brand expire. tint .till ren...

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. — 3 January 1862

D. R. LOCKE, Proprietor. FINDLAY, OHIO, FBIDAY, 'ANUAEY 3, 1862. Volume 8,Number 26. "The Song of the Camp." Brrt Taylor has written many poemsthst Will not toon b rorg-ittan, but lis bu nnver written ons that will contlnus moro pnpaliir than following, founded on a well known Incident In the Crimean wnr ! "Give u inns I" the rtnldler cried, The outer Irenchen siiHrdlnir. When (he healed guns of the camp allied urew wenrv 01 DomiiHraing. The dark nednn. In nllnt co(T, Lay Krlm and threatening, under : And the tawnr mouth of the Mnlakoff No longer belched IU thui dor. There was a paue. The guardsman Raid, n w ni.irm inn wrm w-mitrrnw ; Bin while we may, another iluv, Will bring enough of sorrow." Tiny lay along llin liatterv'g side, nplow the nmoklng cannon nrave heart" from Hevern and from Clyde, And from the banks of Shannon. They aang nfn. and not of fame Forgot was nntaln'a glorr. Eiirh hnart recalled a different name, But all aang "Annio l.aurlo." Voice after voice caught np tli...

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. — 3 January 1862

Qttfgft 'jryrtwifica; in' '"T" iff ihiiu'iiii hiiii mi D. R. WCKl.....:.......,,. 'yJ( tSNinLAV. OMIO . - " 1 gHgBJ!lLJ i a il I ! 1 1 RELEASE OF MASON AND SLIDELL. Tba -rebel., Miioa an Slidell, rtr'R?wiviip"o tf j BfltUhOor trruntnt, last FriJ.jr ' W cannot tj tbat we are alto. gaUe4Ua juh tbe termination of thje iflal . , Wa rJ Iced at tbe eeJaare,lK jllllig tbat hid tbo rigm to jafc, tben), and the turret!' r, tip. j, t0 ,oma txtent, a Luuill Cat. the oiroametancei comldered Jt U probably for tbe beet. We bare a war on cor hand, tbat rn qoirci til the atrongth of the Got em men t, and it would hardly be prodvoce to risk another with tl e moat powerful nation on tbe faco ol the globe, particularly at tbe release or retention of the rebel envoys or.e they are concerned, can not important advantage hat been gala ed, England list elwaje claimed the right of search, while tbe United States, and tho other maratimu na tions of the world have contended against It This fs a esse in which...

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. — 3 January 1862

TERMII tlngla Copy, one yr. In atlt nitre, tjl .SO Local and Miscellaneous. Examiners' Report. The report of th Board of School Etem- inert ol this county, Tot December, li fol lows: Number of meeting, two nemelyt on the 7th and 21st instant. Number of einili date present it the tint ieiiion, twenty. nine nineteen males and ten females. Number at the second session, seventeen eleven miles and sis females. Whole num ber, forty six. Of these, thirty-one were Successful twenty males and eleven fe males. The others, having been found de- floient, were rejected, some of whom are so inferior that it is little lest than folly for them to attempt to Justify any school in the county, though it be far in the rear. The backwardness of schools is very fre quently offered asa pies in behalf of "rusty" Teachers. They inform us that they "have small school, and there tint no good ichot ars in it." No t and there never will be any good scholars In such schools until they are favored with good Teach...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 3 January 1862

-f. J Uttttcnrh effcwonittn. TKRMll Wifi topr.f rr.i in..l.So The True Heroine. M sb Ilk r I cannot tfll. I only knnw Hod loved her wslli Two Bobl tnii her gray hair blest Aral tie, ll-Alr lire, wwi now M rttt. AM wh f f fhl'Jnn loved her en, 4 ad oalJ m her bbiaaed, nil shell kuowi Nh) rei r had seinh thnuKbt. r val id what her hand bad wrought. h CO .tlld be Jliet 111 Spite nfnvei And e Serlahed hat he dwelt above; In mr rooma they that bad her care Hald wna wmidroit gentle there. Jl m a fearful tntat, aha knew. J" inid her voting immortal through: t In and Truth explained the way, ' and Plctjr mad perfect day. the timjht them tn he pure and trua, And hriiT), anrt strong, nnd courte-iti. ton; lhe mai'o them raven-nee silver hair, Ami foal the iwt man' Idling car. Pha won them ever to tier a Home waatlie'r troanre and thalr rl1a: i r -ed, drink, shelter pleased them tiat. And Uiito limy found I ho sweetest rcit. And often, aalha shadows roll, And twlllchl had attuned them well, Hli...

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. — 10 January 1862

ill .ar-v 1 .a t. s,- rrw i i ii I r ii' ii ii 1 1 ii ! it 1 1 ii ; n ju r; - r. . 7 " - IvIVaUv iUV LV LSK IV JllV tCTJ JLy JLV JLV JLV JLy iseX AJSr UiV IVAvy 11JLV O. ..tu rJ .1 . r..: ,r,r -I.U.'-UiA .((.cm ... Volume' $u&r 27, .L D. R. LOCKE, Proprietor. FINDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1862. flancach Mercian. y!'--!...-..-.-.. - -.- TERMS. Ilasjleeepy eaejrear,!; adane, B BO THE JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT I-suppllod with a large variety of Typeand other matorla1, which, together with SUPERIOR WOltKME.V, enabloFustodo promptly A BETTER STYLE OF WORK THIN AKVUrriCtlNWKHTEHNOIIIO. Agricultural Imt)lcmcnts! FROM TUB XjnKondn Worlta At Springfield, Ohio. isaacTdavis, laving been appointed Agent fr the al ovn Juntly celebrated works, would rpetftillv call the attention of the termers of Han jock and adjoining count, os to tho Es.celi.lor Rtecl Plow, B -share Point Plow. Ilardenrd Meel Shnvel-I'low, Core-Mbellrrs Had Churn. All of which have takon PflKMHIMS nvnr all nthnr at the l...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 10 January 1862

flancock fffrrsonion. n. n. loom,., .BMMeev riNDLAY, OHIO I FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1169. RETRENCHMENT. Tbe adfocaor of Retrenchment before elections, it ft favorite dodge will . politicians, but unfortunately for tli , poopU, with the dapuait ol the last : bmM RetreaobiaMl la for gottea, 1 until another - earn palgo makes tha cry useful. Tba people, wealthy and able to pay tx a, but engrossed Id the active business of H'e, anathtrnatiaa their rulers at tux paying time, bat forget all about it the next daj. At tbla timo there is an actual ne cessity ft r persistent, action in this direction, on the part of the people there la need for a popular move ment toward Retrenchment. The wr is coaling over $1,000,000 awry dey. This enormous sum of money in addition to the regular expenses of the government, the people roua! fmy, and the addition to oar already heavy burden of taxation will be severely felt. The bnrden can and should be lessened, and it should be the first business of our Nationa...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 10 January 1862

TERMS. Local and Miscellaneous. POST OFFICE NOTICE. Perton. doing butinet. at the Fiadlay Fatt effie, tr notified th.tPoit oa f bars, for Ik com in. yer, .'nd Bo Rent it ow do, and mu.1 b paid Immediately fivery en taking a paper, or holding a box, will pleeae consider this aa ddresaed direct 1 ta than, and will act .ccordin.ly. Jan. 1. J86.. J. B. ROTHCHILD, F. M. Am Euan.. VToithv or Imitatio. f bat atorlinf Republican, RicHtaa Duets, Kta.j of Bl.nch.rd towmhip, brought us on Tuetdsy laat, a lift of twatra naw tub crib.. Tber at in every townihip at leatt tbie wbo could do tha lama thing Without much trouble. With 2,300 Union totora in Hancock County th JefTertoniin ahould hav at lent twlea it preient clrcu Utiod. .Who will follow friand Ducat In thltfooa woikf Taa Pnoirtci. Ther it now .very tp e.r.nc that tha net tenon will b on of tba moat proiperout Pindlty hat even teen th wat ootwilhitiodin. At thia time not dwelling 1 to lentt that can be lived in and that it tomethin. that...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 10 January 1862

; Mnsjte Cif ,n f Mr, lit ailee,t.a Desperate Condition of South Carolina. From tonir en . In'TPMInjr. lottrr Id llio N. w York 7ifrtt the follow. Ing tuiinrrury li tim.fo Of ttiO comli. lion of South Circling. Vir.ly it i doomed it ate: Knin hn (liemny reicn from II t senboard to tbe monntiiini. Tl political, aoolal and Ananoial rnln which ' Nnotri Carolina eonght to bring opon the country hat lire, over taken uoreelf. The plantation lord of the aea-iilanda and the eoaet ttu rcheal part of the tatehavo fled in tt-rror: the biiaineee and corn men ciat portion of the atate'a only Urge city U in aeliei ; a gr at portion oi thu poor wliitpt on J these coimii tnle the hn'k of the white mm in the itn'o reftieo to flht ; tl.e slave of tho ettboird the denitxt alave aco tion of thu rtate hro virtually freed and in anarchy ; while litis element ia i vtry where looked upon with die -truit The entire eo:nt, from forty tnilua hulow to forty miles &loc lr. Uoyal, is duscrttd by its white in...

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 January 1862

. ' .ll..'.". ' .. , ' ' ' ' "' 1 " r .pXOCKE, Proprietor. FINDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY, J1NUARY 17, 1862. Volume a Number 28. 1 . ; J 1 - I - , - fjanratk Jcffmonian. TERMS. Slngl prnf ffur.ln nilTanca, l 50 THE JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT I-lupplled with a large variety of Type and other materia ). which, together with surEBion WORKMEX, snabletiistodo promptly A BETTER STYLE OF WORK TltA T0ICllrSSTnniO. Agricultural Implements! FROM TIIK Zjasonda Worlta At Springfield, Ohio. ISAACDAVIS, Having been appointed Aent for Hie a hove Justly celebrated work, would respect fully all the attention of the Farmers of HanjurK and adjoining comities to th Eicclsior Steel Plow, flnrshare Point Plow, Hardened steel NlioveUPIow. forn-shellcrs hhI 1'hnriis. All of which have taken PltF.MIUMS ovor all others at the late Hancock County Fair, and likewise t ih Fairs of several Mtates, since their in rodiirlliui. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES! October 1, I'd. -(if a. P. MII.LE. a.KJ. hi-ikr MILLER & HUEErt. HAV1X...

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 January 1862

....... Rtr. riNOLAY, OHIO I FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1882. tt. H. MX'KIC,. The Army. it now iom jiroapeet of an deanee rnnvement. The army in Sooth Carotin ia giving eymptomi of a determination to do Romething, and the long looked for expedition tlowu the Miaeisulppi hat led Cairo. I it time ttiejr vera uioying, lur tbe paticoce of tK people ia well nlgli torn ool. from llio beginning ol lha tf Awn to the presont time diaaattr r.fter digester hat befallen ut, one crowding niton the heela of Itt Vrede'jettor id close aa to alarm the penile ni pante tin mont4tnguini' r,d hopeful to doyhf the remit of Vie atriiKgle, And all theae deleata and referees to befall the tuperior force, waa aometMng that could not be nndarstood. Ncror in the hinto. tj of the world hat there been an tx tiibition of patrlotitrn en f rand, and never has it been pat to to poor a oxe. When tho call was made for 75,000 men, ao gceat waa the ro aponae that not one in five that of fered could ha accepted; and when the de...

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 January 1862

gancorh Jfffctsonian. tiajiii Local and Miscellaneous. POST OFFICE NOTICE. Persona doing business tt the Pindlay Post office, tr noli Rett that PulUge on Pa pers, for the coming yrar, and Bo Rent ia now due, end must be peid Immedietely. Every one '.ekin a paper, or holding a bos., ill pleese consider this aa addiraied direct 1 to them, and will act aocor.linKly. Jan. 7, 1862. J. B. ROTHCHILD, P. M. A Mtrrta torn tiis Citiisbs or Fi-.nt.tv to Tnina AsouT.Commnniliei have two coureei of enriching themtelves endexUnll Ing their population trade and manufae turel. The nrst,in inland lowns, ia limited to the entent of country whose intereat it i to lupply Ihemeelves at a certain point, and ia liable to fluctuations and ehangea. Thua many lowni in Northrrn Ohio, that were once thriving and busy, are now utterly dead and deserted. The building of a rail road Ntrtl. or So Ih, East or West of them, has made new poinia for trade and irslTia diverted it into new channels built new towns, and ...

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 January 1862

twto a"r, o "rear, In Bit a wee, Sla) A1?J .'J', I " ' I 11,1 l I Blue Eyes. Bin ) ft'r full of dangar-' ( MM thalr lmirr sluwt 1 Tli)' 'It hv thy heart eiranfef T peftil hoar belowl 1 tinjoi, num. si itmnt heed! l Mblu vi vanrn'flit mlttet.l: And fne hi ye yonr slnnce win, aUe list too dp loo dp lhrlul Dim era trllli eonl r hetmlnc Thr 'II look III IhrmiKh and thrnughi Willi Haiti nnrt lov they're (tramming, !. iruJd end warm aiid irn Ami wli ii my heart Mnr ditreed, And ioam III my lonely hrettl. . 1-et, l'ii,.lii) rrt mr oriow win, i, Joy wbwl bllM I ! threlnl "' eye from hasten r lighted; With holy, Htttl burn glow, fCn cheer pixir ninn benifhlrd, - And ormrr hint out of wo. And when old Wintery cloud arlte. And shroud In gray ih uitiiy tkiee, Then ll blu ey my i, lance win! 1 And my ky my day, therclnl —[C. T. BROOKS, from the German. Di Lenoe. Kiit In It- Hr liili IiIh;. of noon Mnl ueauleuu th latirtauap aaetnelh, When Rummer walk Willi il'lured l ti. And vrduro kUsliiK glory...

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 January 1862

r-- s . i. . .... i D. R. LOOKProprietor. . FINDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1862. Volume 8. ttumber 29. 1 1 ... A -a" II. ... , 1 I I I . . . . . 1 1 , .if ..I Td 1 ' . . J J W ... '. ,11 a. . .4. III I.I I I I I II 11.11 II .1111 Danrock Jcffcrsnnion. TERMS, tlngl pxanrrMr,lii , l 0 THE JO B pFnT ING DEPARTMENT I supplied with a larga variety ofTypeand 6 1 h e r m Ur I I ,w h loh , tog the t m Itk SUrEBIOR WORKMEN, enabletustodo promptly A BETTER STYLE OF WORK TltAH iNTOrflCt INW18TMNOIIIO. Agricultural tonlementa! man tub IjagoudA 'Worlta At Springfield, Ohio. ISAACDAVI8, Having been appointed Atnt for the stove (iimly coluUrittoil work, would respectfully call tlin attention of tin Farmers of ilanjock und adJ.iinuiK oounlle tu the Frcllor Steel Plow. Ilarnkare I'olnt flow, Hurdrued Meel Shovel-Plow, foru-ttbellera a4 Churue. All of which have taken PREMIUMS over nil ..there Ht the lute Hum-ode County Kair, and likawi.o t Clio Fairs of eeveral etatea, sincu their In roduotlon. ...

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 January 1862

V ',-Bdlf.Mt' riNOLAV. OMtO' MD AYt JANUARY 24, 18. RETRENCHING. Tl LgfJatq of Hie 8tate.e lAkio g ttep tawJ. reduoiorf the fcp.o$e t ,f the GoTernmont, bnt fcothiog b m faulted .row It. TV) can eoderotand liow legislators omioQ. AoWi eMraatei and cajoled p' ,n (erefted partiee, should beti And dodge on llil question, but luoQld remember that thew f' 4 hv laWrreti a welt m the of " e bolder, rom the higbect pUce tho elate to the lowest, the com jensatioa ( too bigb, and the labor; oo little. Year after year salaries! bar beeq increased, new placet cre ated and new expenses run Soto, un til luxe! bare awttllel to rents. Iet the Legislature now io session take off a portion, of iliis bar Jen. Lec the. Stale and County expenditure be carofall rovisod, and the pruning Vnile eppled, no matter who suffers. Senator Sherman bas introduci ed a bill reducing the pay ol army lifficers to tbo following figures : Present Ptor Pay. Pay. 469 ISOO 823 340 218 2(H) 1S4 180 176 150 118 130 ton 100 10...

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 January 1862

ganrorh gtfttxmht Local and Miscellanoons. POST OFFICE NOTICE. Persons doing business tt tht Fiadlsy Poil office, ar aotiAed tint Poetsge on P pen, for the coming ft tt, and Boi Rot it now dne, and meat pIJ Immediately. Every on liking a peper, or holding a boi, will pteaie consider thii H sddressed direct ly to them, and will aot accordingly. POST OFFICE NOTICE. Jan, 7, 1862. J. B. ROTHCHILD, P . M. ataaiir.cTuate. Last week we called the attention of tb clliaen. of Findl.y to the subject of msntifsclurcs. Webarenoap'.l Of r to ntti for ejain referting to it, for it ia th eipecial province of the newspaper lb promote everything that ia calculated to benefit lit locality. Pindlay hat heretofore b.-ea content with her Irade. (laving an immonie area of ter ritory to draw trade from, and really doing the heaviest business ia the way of buying produce and telling good of any town. in Northwestern Ohio, out eitiaens have been aatiiCed to long tt (he streets were crowded with teaaia, and ...

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 January 1862

TERMS etnefle Cmr year. In ad an, ! .HO A Dollar or Two. With riiffhaa step m we (read oar Inijr thru1 This Intricate world aa titter folks dn. May we still oo our Journey he able tu view The benevolent race of a dollar or two, " Per mi excellent thing In a dollnr or two,' , No friend Is o tru Asa dollar or tw of Through eoiinlrjr or town, ' Aa we pa up mid down, No paaanort to food At dollar or two. WotiM you reap yourselfout of the bachelor's And rW tnt band of pretty young hodi to Tns tot always bt ready the handsome to do. Although It may eost you a dollar or two. t.nvs's arrow! art tippsd .- ' With a dollar or two, And aneotlons ate gained . With a diillar or two; In adranolna your anlt, Tha beat aid jrou oan meet Is the eloquent ohiuk Of a dollar or two. Would j-oo wlah j our exiettnoe wl a faith to Imbue, And enroll In Mi (nnkt of th sanctified low. To aid" a fowl oaai and a well-euahlnnad M. You mint freely ooma down with a dollar or iwo, t ha snaps! la preached for a dollnr...

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 January 1862

ft D. R. LOCKE, Proprietor. . ITNDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1862. Volume 8. Number 30. TERMS. Ih(1 opy one year Jin advance, 1 50 TH JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT Iisupplled with a large variety ofTypeand other material, whlota, together with SUPERIOR WORKMEN, enablotuitodo promptly A BETTER STYLE OF WORK nan iNTornci inwk.tirnoiiio. Agricultural ImulementsI FROM TUB , Ziogonda Worlta At Springfield, Ohio. ISAACDAVIS, Flavins: been appointed Agent fur the at-nv )na'ly celebrated worm, would reipei'tfully uwll the hi Ionium of the Ki.rmur u( tlanjui-k mnd ndjolninit c .uulioe to the - Eicclaior Ntocl Plow, liarahnre Point I'loW, Hardened Mt-el tthovel-Plnw, t oru-Miillers iind Churns. All of Which have takon HtKMIUMS nvor all thcra at the lalo llaii''ck County Hair, mul Itkewlae at ihe Kalrnof aeveml alatea, (iiire their In reduction. PRICES TO SUIT THETIMiS! Octohor 1, 1!. (if M. P. MIL! IK BKKJ. Ol'IIKIt MILLER & HUBER. HA VINO eataliliaheda I'lniilnn-Mill. In Eaal Km, Hay. are ...

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 January 1862

Hancock Jeffersonion . .. LI CKK, ": FINDLAY, OHI O I FH1DAY, JA2WAR' si, W9. SLAVERY AND THE WAR. t u- .k T ranee .i.coB lin ually eh.rg.n, ,h. wa, to .,, ,tC01inl of , Northern agitation of , d lhe Courier, Ut week, , ,' ilo11., lomi In ihu insane U hi been (ul ' . . , , .tollable 'ur nieiij nulitioul troublfi to thte .sny people leallr believe il ie more unfoundid. 1 tie tuna . mrnred the V. mot tu aicribur all out tource, and n but nothing .... Mf tk j alavcry queauon w at the North. From the day that iuia ploalere ducovered that it wei , profitable lo breed negroes than it wai MUe corn for export, and tnai ever .laveilate added to the Union increased the of their humsn chatties br making em..ket.-f.omth.uly.l..rrb. rd and labored lo get solo control of Uej Fed.l governmeut that it U.igl.1 u.e ill fur its own advantage. It colonised annexe Texae fut chat teaaon, end plunged the country into bloody wan nJ " eve,iflfSt ,,01.1.0.1 niovemeu. .... - - ebaineteas aggressor. . L f...k ...

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