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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 31 January 1862

ganrorh Mcrsontan. Local and Miscellaneous. Ma. KuiToet You will please publuli the following contribution received (coin the several townships In response tot till br out state Executive, through the Military Committee of Hancock county. We under tend that other townihipi hive contributed quite libersllv, but preferred to lend their contribution! direct to the 21st regiment: Washington 24 blankets end qui ill, 33 pain iocki, t ebirt, t pair drowerr Liberty 8 blankets, 20 piin looki, 10 pairs miltenii, 3 ihirti. Biglick S blinketi ind quilts, 8 piiri sooks, S piiri mittens. Pindliy 128 piirs locks, 45 pain mittens, 18 blankets, 68 ihirtj, 21 pairs drawers. Eagle 1 pair driweri, 47 pain socks. Union 13 quilti ind comforts, 34 pain locks, 12 pain mittens. Jackson 3 blankets, 32 pairs socks, 4 pairs drawers, 9 pairs mittens. Cass 37 pairs socks, 8 blankets, 3 shirts. Marion 1 blanket, 3 pairs socks. Orange 9 pairs socks. Where money has been received from the different Township Committ...

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 January 1862

ganrock fffrrsnnittti. . II. MXKIt,. .KdHor. TKRMII Slnt Copf, on rr. In ads am-e. SI.SO A Woman's Reasons for Seeing a Bombardment eat A nry Intelligent American wo man, who was formerly in tlio t ra j loy of one of tlio Southern chatting tcutut'ts, cave ua recently a. very prapltla account of what aho saw on the 7h ol November, off Hilton Iltftl. On beiu asketl why aho, a woman, and well known aa a very tender hearted ono, wished to ne f-ticli a terriblo light ah replied, that last winter and during the spring, the uaod to witness the dread tul enfTtirtnga and enmities the free Mucks of the Hontli were auhjrctud to before they were forced to leave their home, nnd that the storks ol intny of thoin who were nearly white uud to make her blood boil. Slio aaid alio used to pray then ihit acme pnnis'iineiit would bo tuetuii ont to tlio brutal a'ave lords who w'u K"Hty id aucti deciln, an 1 that a a on aa aho heard of the expcdl tion ajninst South Carolina, ehe nsk ed permission of the C...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 7 February 1862

D. E. LOCKE, Proprietor. FINLLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1862. Volume 8. Number 31. jjaiwrh Jcffcrsonittn. TERMS. Blngl opy aneyaarJ advance, 1 SO THE JOTPRlfifiNG OEPAStMENT .supplied with a targe variety olTypeand other mMorlsl, which, together with SUPERIOR WORKMEX, ennbletustndo promptly A BETTER STYLE OF WORK Tain isromci in wbstbhkouio. Agricultural Implements! fltOM TIIR XjOKOXida Worlta At Springfield, Ohio. isaacTdavis, Having been appointed Annul for the nr-nve )ii'ly celebrated works, would rnei:llnllt call the iiilenlliMi of the fanners of llnnjock aud adjoining o umlei to the Excelsior Steel Plow, Dsrohsre Point I'loW, Ilurdenrd Meel Nhiivt'l-I'low, Corii-ahtllera and I'hurus. AH of which hHve taken PREMIUMS nver mI: ulhtra at the lute llnm-nuk On.nity 'alr. am likewise t ihn Kali s of several elates, alnci tbelr In r" Jin t l.-n. PRICES TO 8UIT THE TIM IS! Ootoher 1, 101 if j H. D. BtlLltH. BMiJ. ni'Bi.H MILLER & HUB Efl. nAVINO MtnlliHhl k riaiiiiiJ-Mill. tn Fu...

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 February 1862

IdDtOfk Jfiirrsdnfon. lnU tnif.na year. In 1n-,j,Ao l. W. MK KR, .Killte-r. FINDUAY, OH.ro I FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7 1803. Mass Meeting OF THE TAX PAYERS OF HANCOCK COUNTY. We the nndcm! gnej, relieving that r ur coantrr rqniree the ntroost ex mums 01 ,s cUipcn? to carry it through its, prein,nt irouMes, wituout leafing rit u,ji.r Mjfl l0l,t ; (lftt some, not nt 0f our ofllcial !! '"i 'laving havn fixed in times of P'Or-e and "u-oRperiff , arc too lifgh jt tliu prvni'M c c i q irt , and that mar uy casts they bava betin tnadu i ourco of poiiticul corruption, ThorcfuTo, for tho purpose ol th- vising and r,ucomuivrj(iog tome rnrRsnre of retrenchment in accord apoo with the spirit of our Govern or's late suggestion, and bringing tl e minds ol the people, to boar up on our Legilatnret wo propose Maes Meeting: of the citix :na of Hancock- County, on 8ATUKDAY th 15th inst., at tho Court House in FindUy. Ezra Drown, J no Kadebanh, ii W. Qallnway, Win Chorch, lieuben Weis, Bamnel Spit,ler, 15 II...

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 February 1862

Local and Miscellaneous. A Bio Braiic or Leca. We had tup posed that the wsr, ind the pressure eon. tequent, would put n end to the operations of the benevolent gentlemen in the eities, who edvertite the giving iwiy of Fortunes We supposed the Oift Enterprise men would wither, end the Loltetf Deilers, the dis burling Agenti of Dame Fortune, would te tire from light, for when there ie no money bow can these big hearted men catter It by thoutinda. But we were mistaken, and tight glad are we. For lo I out fortune li made. Last night we received a circular signed V. V. Coati, Baltimore, Md., reading ai follow! r DesrSir I beg leave to call your atten tion to the enclosed scheme of the Balti more Lotteries. Ai you will tee. the entire profits of the Lottery go to the fund for the relief of the widows of soldiers killed In defence of oar glorious flag. Being desirous of securing your influence and creating an excitement in youl vicinity, we, confiden tially, make you the following proposi...

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 February 1862

' v " 1 1 :tt Wealth of Old Romans. ". Are rdlnjf to Olotro, the tli-M of A. M lo ainuntej to alio? i2S. 000.000 ffdtTftl curn-nry 1 Jnliu Ccoiar, wln ii Hitting tint for Shii, U rcport (J to hnvPHMid hiinflJI. that lie w 810.000.000 woree than no iMng. Wtien ho flrat entered ll'tine, kfter croMlnff tlie lluDleou, lie took from tbe pulllo treaeurr f 5.5')0.000 but at ttm end of civil war, tut ovui $24,000,000 in it. Ue purcrihed tba friendohip of Curio with a tnU of ovar 9'i 000,000, and of tba Con ul L. Faulua, with hull that am. Cram wee worth in real estate over 98.000,000, and about as mucli - in money, furniture and l?ee. . Seneca whs worth over f 20 000,000 LfRtuluft, the annr, ovr 816,000, 000. Angustua rairel by teat menta of hie iriunde nwr $161,000 Tihenna llt at Ms donlli nearh $109 000,000, wbicli O iliulu apuni in leaa fhau one yor; and Vutpa ainn, at liia succersloii, said tliut In required for the support o the atari ovur. 81,611 000. NevirtliclL'M, al though greatly ...

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. — 14 February 1862

:'V 01111 D. It tOCKE, Proprietor. FINDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1862. Volume 8. Number 32. Slllgl TERMS. lpf jrear,ln a.Wai.ra, Bt SO THE JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT I-iaupplled with a, I nrue variety otTyl eand other materia l.whltb, together with HUrERIOH WORKMEN, oniihtortistodo promitly A BETTER STYLE OF WORK THAN ASVOrriCtlMWSMratfiOIIIO. llBITERMAN'S (rKIl.r STOrOllTOX's) A0T1PBCALIM. THIS e Mnhlltninent ha heen no time In ie rut Kin and Its reputation I m.well kw.nn by Ihe en.le of ll.tiir.a-k unit .linitiK riinn Mea. tlmt wo presume It I nut riereaaary ti mention MR ACT. that Hllllie diuVrenl style, f plntiirna lire taken here. In a manner that CANNOT BE SURPASSED.: and Ht liiw price In .nil Iho llnv. r A atm-k .d funry Case ill lie aold out at naeaTLV reduced prieea. Huvlnii a HT Ijiiiit aluii with nil the other Improvementa f the day. wo cn produce h lonnTosan picture. Kiamine pcimen at the renling nlxn and at the rurni. in Dr. Itaweun'a hluck, otiiiusilo Wheeler Mr". W...

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. — 14 February 1862

U. It. MHWK, .F.iiliar. , , FINDLAYt OHIO I FRIDAY. FRMlVARY 14, IMS. Mass Meeting Mass Meeting OF THE TAX PAYERS OF HANCOCK COUNTY. ! ur eoiniUy r,,,,re. the .tmo,, ex . . i, i M . ertions nt jtn eiftz'nn tu cirry hrou 1I1 i'a rreent Iroiil I willontl - - - f.'tne it m.I n'l of our i.flieial snlai. ; . ..... m-t, hnvinK .ee f,X, d In timrs ul ,. and prosperity, am too hlith I r ll'ti present eriH, anil that m Mia 1 . liy eM"i- 1 hey nave i.ecn maiio a b'.iirnn .f ii..titii'Hi cm 1 iiulinii. 1 ' ' Therelom. for the purpose o ile.1 "i r,.rninii,ii,ilin.r aninf.11''' - - i. . Ti.riihiire "i rurreneinn-'in in neeorn-, .1 . 1...1. r Ptiee with the spirit of our 1 1. .vim. ur. late suggestion, and bringingiT t' r mind ol the people to haar .. ..... I .1.,.., ... ....... ,, ., ,. . t .1 i' 7 IT 11 AT I ' Hi 1Mb inst , at Hie Court House j.-(rK(y l'z'a IVown, .(no lladehsngh, ti V. Galloway, Win Church, Hoiiben Weis, S'lnimd Spittler, 1! Ilnl.er. A l Hval W H Wheeler. C W O'Neal, .T 'hn Sh...

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. — 14 February 1862

Local and Miscellaneous. BoaontiM BU0A.-Mf. Editor I I nou in , , . ,. .b. an. the Jiffcreonian for the pssl lew wcess, ap kU (a I la a faimail f H at ft f Afb . tit t1 Atlt ! I'"11 - i . . IT - : sorgnum more mirn,,...,. ... -. .g ..... we can iubkv ii... v,w, m". i,iu.n.iiG iu.ii nf othr, rlirtetion .... i .and toai.l the cam-, iv mye-1 Firmly. I aaaett that it i. pnenoe. ririiiy, I aaaen mat iiiame; moa, prontaMecopthatean he ra.a.d. and, . M iL. .ia.Ii .lih .hat nr nn.n win i:u..i.a(. 111. I'liriin w... .i. ... a I retard corn a the moat prnD'ahle crop inaieanDeproauceti.earepungrnne. : not lii nt Tab an air nf atflrh. I will av nothing about preparing th- ground, but ,ere.y.PPo,1.a,i,i,prepaed about the lly annie wayi that ii, well plowtd and pulver- itcd. I will take one acre nf corn: Heed 1) VI inline 2S llHi'vealtug 7 I I) I'lo wine tour timea I .'.u HiiKkii'K A 'in Total evponaa il x.t V f Id mt aere. bnalieN enrn I. on V.ilue per liiKbel :i; Ti'tiil 1 1" I'd riibtrai-liiiM...

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. — 14 February 1862

t k h'm a r " t1 Cr. r, In a. snre. UFIUIjlLii, Am ...... ..i.. - whom disorders nf els. Thev cure al Jesulate nnd Invy '.' jmn.m svatnm. They lliev Hive tone .J, tha tlvornml kidneys; :re:ulate the a dlgo.tlvn organs t they "llona. j-n,. . Jona.MoretloiisandMhiil- fJii . "'olll'"' " purely or w W'0' n Mfioul complaint Home . p ,, Tnrnld I.Ivor. Hick Headache. i mot, China ki Kovara. Costive ured .snsonessnr entirely controlled and by Ih.so remedies. DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR 1,'emnvea thn mnrlilil and tilllniis (tnponlln from lit slnimtch und bnwola, regulates the liver mid kidneys, romiivlng every nhatrnf lion, re stores n rmlurul and healthy action In the vltul urgana. It la n superior FAMILY MEDICINE Much lienor ttiun pllia, hmiI munli eaalor to JMKLING'S LIFE 1UTTK11S It n superior tmib' iitul rtluretln s excellent In ruses ii InM nf itppetlto, flatulency, fernule weakness, Irregularities, i him In Ihn si, In mid uuwola, lilltnl, jimIi iiiIIiiK mill bleeding Plica, nnd Helm ml ...

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. — 21 February 1862

I t VAXSV UV AAyAXAyAy k& ASK U1V L a D. E. LOCKE, Proprietor. FLNDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1862. Volume a Number 33. . . 11 ganrorh Jfffrrsohion. TEnns. Slngl eopyanereerjn aitvunrr, (I SO THE JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT tituppllod with a large variety of Type and other materia I, which, together with SUPERIOR WORKMEX, enable, u.tudo promptly A BETTER STYLE OF WORK TBK UTOme'l IN WKHTKHMOHIO. REITERMAN'S (ronmiHi.r utoioiitdx'h) LI IV hUA THIS) eftUhllnliincnt (uih l.een mi long in ope nl Inn mid tlx repntitliiiii is so well known ty the people of Hancock mid kiIJoiiiihk ciiuii tie, that we presume It In not necoKnary to nenllnn f HE FACT, Hint nil the dtHcrent styles of picture nro taken hero. In a manner thlit CANNOT BE 8URPA8SEO.. ml at low price to milt the Union. Mr A mock nf ftney Cases will be mild out at ohkatlt reduced pi-Ices. Hnvinz n rtiv l.iiinr nlnn with nil the othor Improvement ol the dny, we can produce 11 lOoD-Tosrn picture. Kl.imlne n:im-iis Hi ho revolvin...

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. — 21 February 1862

flatuoeh Jcffcrf5onian. of O. R. MlCKR,. .Kilttar. FINDLAYt OHIO I FR1DA V, FEBRUARY 81, i62- GLORY ENOUGH! The ennti ol tho past tin days have be. n vsolntr-1y startling ! Tho Union cause was apparently under clon I. Up to n certain tlmu wo met with not bntdiAtu. Eery where we wero dejfo .tied, until none lnt the most sst'gnlne hoped lor tho restoration of 'iliu Union, But tho tide is now ' turned. Tho brilliant victories o'j tho Atlantic const are Uioijtl.r4Ti o .1 i pit J by the stupen dnous achievements in Kentucky and TtniK'SHuo, and now the kIo- jiis old Flutt floats over every filale, aavo Mine I Glory inonh ! Tho Utbullion is (load. It ha ro- wdvod blows Irom which it nun tiev- w recover, and by next May IVaeo will bo restorod t us. U-nJ thutree glurious uows in to d .y's paper. ! i MR. WILLIAM GRIBBEN. Lis woek h roHoliition was intro. Sliced Into tho Leuislutnro of Ohio, favorinji tbo pbHBaue of thn Letfitl Tender Dili. Of course it paused, , , . . . r for a very taro majo...

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. — 21 February 1862

Local and Miscellaneous. EMToe JsrrsssoalA Hiring, during the titter part of last year, tun opon your eolumnt with frequent and tome rnther lengthy communication! ondetthe head of "Rsaminers' Report," and Hie classes ilnr th Jinaary Having been mnlt,t resolved to consolidate the leiiorU of January and Fab Itiaryi braid, the want of ttwe for writing would tctrcely permit my plying attention to thinullei it n earlier date. ' The B ard met on the 4th and 14th dnya of January, and the 1st and 15th of Febru ary. Thenumberof applicant! examined in January was r.ine two males and seven females, of whom five passed both of the males and three of female. The aagrrgate in the prrsent month wss forty-one rive mslea and thirty-six females. Of this num ber four males and twenty one females were ucceaaful. From this it will be seen that the whole number examined dnring these two month was fifty. V'hole number pnssed, thirty two. Most of those who succeeded were r-omewhsl in ferior, all save five ...

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. — 21 February 1862

TGRMII Ingl. Capr.an. a-rada adtanre. 11.30 PORCH & BAKER, UHDEnTAKERS AND! RAILROAD STREET, XMIVDI.AY. OHIO. , METALLIC BURIAL CASES AXll WOODEN COFFINS ALWAYS ON HAND. A Hearts and Team Alwayi Heady. Talaloa, nfcJo., ALWAYS ON HAND, CHEAP FOR CASH. February 3. Iv.3. ISAAC DAVIS, WHOLESALE Hi 1E1111 WM .Vrur the flivnch Huilroad Depot, ciMiijtr, oiiio, "ITTOWLD roApnntriilly announce to retail V dealer, hiicI consumer Hi Ibim-nck and adjoining ooiintlea, IU.it ho in more extensively Man ev.r In tlia Grocery Uus'uiess! And having purchased liiili:li of hij prt-siinl stm-k previous In tho vxlatiii,': crista hi the East, i prepared to givo Inn uulumeni the buuelllut hn CHEAP PURCHASES, Only rexervinc m fair commission. In order to enable liim In eoulitiiiu husiiiu.a, ail huruloloro, nniwiiimmimnis' mo nam nine. Ilia plaon ol Imsine nt lhu Old Stand on Ititllroail Street, Whore everything In 1 1 to Urnoery und Provis ion Una may ha purchased at Price a Low a call ho nlbo'ilcd by an...

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. — 28 February 1862

II D. R. LOCKE, Proprietor. FINDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAY, fEBRUARY 28, 1862. Volume 8. Number 34. gonrorh fffcrsanianj w ' TERMS. Slngl pfonfrnrJii atlvancr, $1 .10 THE JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT Inupplled with Urge variety of Typeand other material, which, together with SUPERIOR WORKMEN, enablesus todn promptlj- A BETTER STYLE OF WORK tOAH AXTOCriCI INWIHTKHNOIIin. HEITERMAN'3 (rottxitai.T STotnriToN) AMBROTVPli GALLERY. TIUS tablihment ban been no nn in npo rntinn, unit It reputation in so well known by the people of Hancock and ailioinlnir; i-onn. llos, that we presume It I not necessary to mention f UK FACT, that nil t ho different styles of pictures are taken here. In a manner tlisit CANNOT BE SURPASSED,; and at low price to suit the time. A stock of fancy Cases will bo sold nut at oiti.t reduced prices. Havlnir a War I.innT along with nil the other Improvements of the day. ten run produce a lOon-TONSD picture. hxatnino spneimens at the revolving sign and at I ho room', in Or. Kawson's M...

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. — 28 February 1862

ginrorh Jffff woman. D. It. l tK'J, a ii i .tt.lllor. PtNDLAY, OHIO I FRIDAY, FF.nnUAfiY 29, 1862 Shameful Abuse of the German Soldiery by the Courier. In 'Ii Courier ! Iat wrt k, I n letter dated 'Camp Chase, Goltrri bus, O., Feb. 12, 1S02," in which thu following eccurs : The 53th riiiiii nt left MmiUv about lit. io. They am a "bar I st both oHcrr and private. ThhtV ...y opinion, and I don't car., who tinuwn il. I win if i vi! n low iiih'.imi- eat-When th.y l.dt Hi. v n-i-ra Rlli'V drunk, trom thu Col. down f tin "high private in lhi r!r rank." Of o nit.; "aU drunk" U a iniuwlml fciupc.'ratod; but honestly, sohcrnpsi was th mci'piion druiilecnncM tin ijI. They h-f' iif 'nun ly i rip .. ..i ti i 1. nr 1 1 i imp hi mm i. u'.'i, lit Ida a word, in h nhockinc manner. Tie mm .is vi.-iiuk, ai:d w- it ti- Ilie lOl.,Wlio wa mtini, o.i hi, hi, I. ........ r.... r.f I,.'.. nitn-'iiPd ..It. I ' llllini', Ml IMil'- '" fur. .f,.'..,'.-., will' ( I '1 m i 110(1 t hllll tlmt ll'J did Hot WHtit; ...

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. — 28 February 1862

gouforh Jc ffcrsontan. Local and Miscellaneous. Th GuTTiaf. A eery litlla care on the part of Ilia eititent would materially im prove th ttreett of Findlay, anj now, aa nfl lee. irn,n, Pr.eot nam. am. maa n, it Impossible for water to tun. The fall is I.M aooghatuest.and no obslrucl.onie(, ahouldbe permitted. The proper '"' tiet ihould aee that eery gultr-r In town Is cleaned at once. There is no use in manu- laciunng levers. epriog la approaching, that care should be eitrcistd. The gutters are In wretched condition. In places woo' has been piled In them, and In almost every part of the town they passages are obstructed with snow ' T Wool... rACToar.-Mes.rs. Ander- son aV. M'Kibben, the proprietors of the Woolen Factory. Intend adding faoil.lies for manufacturing in thel 1 .iik . r i...-, . i.,.. mount and greater variety of goods, next year. The farmers or Hancock and adjoin- Ing eounlies should extend substantial en couragement to thia eat.bliahment. Th-y1""1''1 rbeke cieellent cl...

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. — 28 February 1862

gtttuoth Jcffcrsoman. TKRNH Mnil Cnor.nn frvT.in art.awee.ei.gy ToROH & BAKER, UNDERTAKERS 1SD-I RAILROAD STREET, FIXDLAY, OHIO. METALLIC V.U1UAL CASES -AXl- - WCSBEH G0FFIH3 ALWAT3 ON BAND. A U:?.rs Qnil Team Alwsys Koady. 33 cU3tof3. Dvirocvvis, ALWAYS OS HAND, CHEAP- FOR CASH. Pehrti.ry 3. lul T8AAlT"DA7T, W1SL1SALE AID BETAIL GROCER Ntar thi Jlranch Hnilrend lhp'1, rnnnv, 01110. WOITI.T) respectfully- arnounee to ret.ll dealer, and consumer. In Honroiik and djnlnin counties, thai he l mi e extensively tkan ever In Ihe Grocery Easiness! And having pnrrh.'ed much of his p-oeM .Mek provioiis ti Uift existing or.sm in I he Pn-t. . prepared 1" " hin rustniners tl.f bene 9t of Inn CHEAP PURCHASES, -,nH- rrservlnr. f'if commission. I n order to en'Me him I" continue hnipe. . hTr'.oiore. notwithstanding llio hard limes, place of Inisinc. at the Old Hand' on rtnllrnnd Street, Where event '.':. In lr Rr""1")' end rr..v:. 1m line imr he p:irrh 1 M Price. n I... ra. he afl-'r-lcd bv :iy...

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. — 14 March 1862

P. .FINDLAY, OHIO, FRIDAy, MARCH 14, 1862. Volume 8. Number 36. mnb rffersnnion. TEKM8. tlngt eopjr lilirft.rjn ndranrc, (I 90 THEJOB WTiNGFEPARTMENT U lupplled with a larse variety ol Tyreand other mutorliil.wlilcli, totintlicf with surEition woukmex, t ' nnatilof natndo promptly A BETTER STYLE Of1 WORK than tMVorni'r iNrTKHNnnio. -REITERMAN'S ' (POaUSBLT STOl'OHTOM'S) 11 1. I LIIDHU 1 1 1 IJ U.I n mrnv ' ri mi ur w LA 111 II l I I ll'lli II ll I I II I PViHfa'natiililltflimenl lii henn KO Ions In opre X ration, nnd Its repulntlon l so well known tiy the people of llunoock and mljotnini! i-.-un-tlea, thnt we presume It la not m r.-ssary in mention DIB FACT, tlmt alllhn ilitferont !;. Irs af pictures are taken here. In a niiinnor Hint CANNOT BE SURPASSED, and nl lour ni-lccs to milt the time. Ir i JKK tai .old out .tM.ivre.l,iee l ni'leea ll" iTi, k Bky I. i?a oni with all the other lin.ven,ent tftl e d. w. can prodino R imiTOHKii Hiinin-. Kxiimine ape'-ininiia at rev.XnHln Tnn.t It...

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. — 14 March 1862

- .rl . l i . av. :"' 0. H. UtCIW. Kdltar. PINDLAY, OHIO I FRIDAY, MARCH 14. 1863. IMPORTANT INTTELLIGENCE. From Arkannas wo liave official nwa that Gen. Curtla has defeated the combined force of I 'rice, McCul lough. Van Dorn and Mcintosh, iu three day's battle, and cabtnrad large amount of provisions, stores, J:e. Our Cavalry were in pursuit of Ute fleeing rebels. The losa of Gen. Curtis estimated at 1 000 killed and mounded. Enemy's loss atill larger Battle probably (ought at Boston Mountains It is officially announced that tin enemy lias abandoned Lis heavy fortillcationa at St. Simons and Brunswick, Georgia; aud that Fur, Clinch, Ferdiriindl, and St.Ms.rya, id Florida aro oars. Brunswick is ou the Southern coast of G tnrnia, nd the terminus of the Uuunewick and Flcrida litil rand. 4St. Siiitona Is ou an inland in te vvcin.ty. S Mary's la at the ..mtft i in at. WH,y a river t'lurtaa, aoine 4U nulea south oi Brunswick, Mid Foit Clinch is net far from St. Mary, a. Fcrnuudina is fu...

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