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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 24 April 1863

tIF.lMSTRF.FTS XfflXITABLE If AIR RESTORATIVE Jf IT IS NOT A DYE I But reatorat gray balr to lu original color, by supplying Hi eniilll.fty tubes with natural ana tenanoo, linpalrart by o or dlamisa. All in ttanlantmtt rffM lire composed of lunar cauat Ic, dtroyln6 the ltnlily unit beauty of the hMlr, and afford of tliornsalvos no dressing. Iletmatresl'e Inimitable OolorlnK not only re stnroslmlr to 1 1 ft natural color by an ensy broueas, but irlvps tlm hair a LUXURIANT IlKAl'TV, promotes its prowlh. provents II" Tallinn off. eradicates dmuli tiff, iind Imparts health and lileRsiintiiose to Ilie lieud. Il has sin d thn estoftnno, beinx tha original Hair t!olriim nnd In ownstHiilly IncroHKlnti In favor. U-ioil bv both gentlemen Hint Indies. It I sold by nil rrspootnlile doalitrs, or nan ba procured by tliam of the commercial aii'l, I). 8. Barnes Jul Broadway, N. V. Two anus, 60 cuius mid 11,00. LYON'S KATIIAIRON. Thla delightful Hrllole for prosorvlng Mid beautifying the human hair ...

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 April 1863

JUST RECEIVED. VATTKUSON & TAYLOK Uavejust received A NirVSliriMAr G 0 01) S ! Kinhriicinx Till: I. ARM KM I", the uifcAri.-r. 'i in: nn iu;si, tiu: ui.hi STOCK OF UK5?i F.vor brought Into Ilammk county 1 , Conilstiiiii ef Ladies' I) rest. CJootJ , Of evory al)le and variety; Clothing, Boots and SIicc3, Hats and Ca?r, Clothing, And In fuel everything In Hie Dry t.nnd trade. innn 4-T T tflr 'I' Til I'M LUJ1LA.M'1.UU U I II1j,H.;Vou PATTERSON A TAILOR. Findlay. Not. 2. Im;J. Salo by Order of Court. John 1. Ilmuop, ) In Hancock ('uni ty Turin llixnK. and others IN pursuance of mi i .nlcr of ante. mil ,m.. tri m llm Court ol t'omniiii pleas of Hancock fmnry. i ln.i. ninl in mn ill- roil .Oil. I Will expos" "I I'lll'I'O A 1 ill. rii, ti.o ilour ol' the Coin t llniiM-. in the lnwii ol r inn- lav. In aiild county, on tho Vweniy-KUIli ilu- of Ai II A. I. IWI, Between the hour- of ten n clock. A. 't., uodj four o'clock, 1'. M., the lo.lowin,( propcri), to-wltl , Purl of In-lot Nn. I, 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. — 1 May 1863

. i. LEFAVOR F RANIiLlN ,BOUK B1NDEUY , - Atlf) - - n . ULANltflOOK MANUKATOnV, (Between Hroadandl'ay,) . .C'olllll,ltll4, OlllO. ( JEvory description of lllank ll.okn of extra substantial manufacture, with or without printed hoadiags, and llninhod In superior atyls. WRITINO PAPF.HS of eve ry grade, from the best Mtlln In the country, rurnifihud nt small ndvanea from cost. Orders rocuivod Irom brtrn VrrkHrnn-ni, (JOUXTT (KICKB, ' ' . ; I ; ' Baxkoki Hol-skO ' . . ' i Inhuhanok iippicr, ' -' 1 MsunuTrs, For Blank nt Blank llm.Vii, will receive li e Immediate and particular aitontion troin the HuperliiMiidpnlol tho Ulndery, ao noceisary to Suoh orders; nnd prompt execution mid fair price guaranteed. . Paper. Knvoope, and nil varieties of Of fice and Counting llouso Htntloitery furnished at the Lowest Males. . The Franklin Bindery liaplokdldly eipilppod with Costly Improved Maeblnery and with steam power. Printed Book of all kltula, cither hv tho edition id thousand or the single hook,...

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. — 1 May 1863

CM . 1A CRR. .Krtllor. PISDL1T, OHIO. MAT 1. 1363. ' ' ' asSslails THE PROSPECT. J'TCcvcr hae tbo iucctM of the Oov- v1 !i,r,1m,ht in omlnUmlriff it U looker! ao'cwtalri and ore t ll.la time .d Fiom evrj part of Iha fil mrst cWrlng tpws c mis up Korth Carolina, Tennessee, Loitix- ,Uo snd Mississippi " "rIlJ K,ad .. tidings. j. ,' Foster 1ms cscftpfd from the traj. " ' in which ho ws csuaht; thu fleet o ;' gouhoataie btlow Vicksrmrtf cut r: tin off the- rebels iu tli E. st from -their suppIks In the West. IJk has captured, burned and destroyed , Id hie department in short evirj movement of owr lorcos, larjre and i email, seems to be attended with " Biicfs. Ever since tie war com ' ruenccd, the r .lds-the b Id daaliee ' havo bn made by the rebels. ', The boot is dow on the other foot our cavalry is malting raids into ilii.Ir pnnntrv !s annoy'ina: theii jtraina'and is gobbling their ama! - garrisons. ' The balance of prisoners In onr - faror, Is now not loss than 20.000; l and while ou...

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. — 1 May 1863

IIF.IMTRKFT ISIMITABLE 1TAIR BESTOXATIVE , IT IS NOT A DYE! But restores gray hair to IU original color, by supplying the cupllliry tubes with natural sua tanance, Impaired by age or diseaso. All in ttantantovi ira art composed of lunar eanat Ie, -destroy ln() the vttnlity and beauty of tlie hwlr, and nffitrd of themselves no drosslng. Bolmstreel'a Inimitable Coloring not only re tore hair to Its natural color by an easy process, but elves Hie Imlr n I.UXUHIANT HEAUTV, nrnmotns Itsarowlh. prevents It falling off. eradicates diindi nrT. mid imparl health hiiiI fileasantnese to Ilia hand. It l as em d Ibe cm of lime, being the original Mitlr Cnlorini! Mud Ik constantly Ini tphhIiik In favor. U-ed bv both gentlemen pnd Indies. It is sold by II reapednbia dealers, or nan he procured hr them or the commercial Mg't. I). M. Ilnrnes tn) HnmdF, N. Y. Two sues, 60 cenls and 11.00. LYON'S EATHAIRON. Thli delightful nrtlcle For preserving and heailtllrtng the human hair It again put up by the o...

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. — 1 May 1863

at . ADDRESS Of the Union Members of the Senate and House of Representatives to the Soldiers of Ohio. Sci.tMKM OF Ollt ! , lii brlialf of tl loyal pppple oi ' itio, we respond to ynnr tmiriotic tori -thrilling fi-ipc-nla. M n win fihe dedicated tliuir lives to tlieii country and Ikmvo tlicir dcvolinr .by toili and tncnflccs, liao tli riglit to ad irwss n, repns rift t , peace and prosperity at our qni' homes. Ohio one you a debt o ,' yratitude winch money cnnot di- eWeo or woids txprf You h ve ' achiovad. bv vour ffnllnnt tleetls, a ' distinction which will brightly mark ' the page of history, and impart to the annuls of our state, an imperial.. able lustre and you may be asmr 1 that onr loyal poople urAto'iiiiy ap predate their, obligitiorie to your jflor and patriotism. ;, We acknowledge the justice and propriety of yoflr rebuke of tho "in nobis contention of homo politic and wild shameless pitf' ttri 'wliicli . unhappily prevail ainonjot . us. 'We cordially deplriro this dis enti...

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. — 8 May 1863

Business Cards MKT (BOWK, i. r. (DHItT. YlHOWW, A RtTRKKT. I) Aitnrum a Uw, Will attei A in nil huinea entrntt tn their eare In Hancock unit arilotnlng cotintlea. "" OFFICE! Owr (rm'f Tr A'fnrr, ormontt Court Iltmnt. r'llt,AV. OHIO. -Prtlcilr attention liven to Online- linn: Porer;lotir.a nf Mnr Knuea. PnrtltioiiliiK l lamia, Ouardtan and Autninlalratlon mat ler ,lin. 14 n 4. I. PC. B" mown nrm ATTOUNKY9 AT-LAW, Kmni.AT Ohio. ; Will attend in t rrml UnalnnM In Hancock miicI arii mliie Uonntte. S-Otnea In ll-iel quarter tiilMIng, nter Tavior A ijrn-diin-or tore, November 2" l-i'l. V W. KM I'KJIilV, :'irra- Miil!t n reel, one aqmtre (oiiih rtt r r-(iivi tn i;intmi, ai n, Ori,,r our iloorn South of Wheeler Dm' " ata- 'VKpfi uriifaiitiiinia.tlvliHnt. order mav r, eltnt lit' realilonun, nil Much order will etve ii ruin ii I atlontlun. R,iemiil attention Riven to operation upon nun trainmen! in l Keen oi win r.ye nnu cci . .. Jinnary UH. lull. HI.. II HI). . hhyk us axd PirnuKo.v. Divot i...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 8 May 1863

Saarndi.JcffcrsDiuaH. 1.. Vainest Vo, mr. In e.M anr. I..V ' PDJDLAY, OHIO, Miy 8, 130?. Union Senatorial Convention. .- ' The loyal voters of Fulton, Henry, " ilnncock, Lucas, Putnam nnd Wood coiu4ic, who arc unconditionally Uu .lion, and stand pledged to on uueon i dltlenal siyipoit of the Notional Gov- enunont, Jn sdl Its clforts to siippresj-jis the eristisg iniquitous rebellion, and to maintain unimpaired, th? Kntionnl duty, both in jtrlnciplp andterrltori- - si limits, arc reqivcsjed to meet in Convention in tluri respective coun- ties nt suck time and placo as mn y best v suit their eouvenleiice and nppoiut delegates to Attend a Union Scnatorl .a1 .convention to be held in FINDLAY, TUESDAY JUNE 30TH, AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK A, M, To nominate a Union candidate t represent the district in the next p,c- ..craltissembly, and transact such oth er business ns may legitimately come before them. The apportionment ' will be one delegate for each hundred votes cast for Gov. Tod in 101, and f...

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. — 8 May 1863

gancoch cffconiati. Local and Miscellaneous. The Jeffersonian. We have the entiiifaction of pre senting tlio Jeffbrsonian, this week, in a new dri'fm.. Our renders will, we doubt not, nppreuinto Ihcchnnge from the "oUl to the new." The publication of a Union pnpor in Hancock county is now n fixed fact. Despite the efforts of the Coppcrhctxl fraternity to lrenk It down, its pat ronage has stt'iulily increased from the day we revived it. Its circulation Is almost double. We ore not content with this im provement Desiring to make it nil that a county newspaper can be, we hall enlarge it Just as soon ns the patronage will justify. Two hundred additional names on our books, and the thing is done. The number can be raised in n week. Will the Union men of the county take hold of it and raise the names '( Mr. Nasby in the "Apossel Bizniz." MAY, the sixth, 60 thre Silent I hev bin, but iuuactiv, nary irunst The solo uv Xaaby's foot knozc no rest. Eternal vijgiloneo, is the prise uv libberty,...

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. — 8 May 1863

Things Wise and Otherwise. Ik lnfaucy levity U ft IwnutV. In In Infancy levity U ft lwanty, IhtXnhooa a rnnit, in ngo h vice. We mnt toll nome men n great Jeul to' tncU them a little. . ' 'A tnnn'n trlnls cannot I.i- insiifK-rii 1.6 tf be liven to talk nliont tlu-ni. WlTtX wo tlilnk of pood the nnele ro Silent; when wo do it they rt-jok-o , OrPoMTtd frequently (.'o fogotlicr; eliilU and fevera arc generally iihkoci Ated. No man Is ever IndinVivtit in ro.nnrd to the world's pood oiinion until ho Las lost all clnitn to it. LtT the hound that runs after two bares nt once, tnko heed lest ho eatch neither. Titfl wan who relies imon his own fhoncht for siicces. akulU liiniwolf along the at ream of life. ' Tub host repentance for n duty iwii- lected In to Het aliout another that i-i in danger of being neglected. TutitB is n martyrdom that we can all endure iiliilintii,iliirfill.v; it 1 the martyrdom of other iic-oii. He Is a fool who throws jiearla to pigs nnd thinks the oi k will eat the ...

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. — 15 May 1863

Business Cards r mufr .. . r. iuhIi.t. BROW. bbukkt, Allriirr at l.w, Wir1ti d In all ' .tii w animated In thai r lit Hancock Kiid aitimnlng enmities. OFFICK: Orrr Grttn'i )nig Slnrr. nppn$ttr Court Hmnr HNPLAY. OillO. SPartlriilnr nm-Mlon given to Collro- tlnn: Knrpi-luiinr.nl of MoT rn"". irllii"iiing nl la; d, Guardian Hiid Admlniairminn mm Inn Jan. it 1H " "1H..WH. ' " ATTOiiNr.YSJ ATLAW. Kinih.at Ohio. Will attend tit I egal llimliiojs In Hancock nnrt 4) milii C"Uiitii'H. M- omen lii lli-nd Quarter nulliting, over Tavlor A Jrwilinfr' More. Sovemhar i l-tll. ti W. Kit rllil, 1 . I'll If liMW SUINK 'V. IKIDKMH- MmIII 1l'let. l KpUUS Bntllll f Vr ilv'nr'Mii til mil. phhI dM. times' Pour d'Hir-Souili f Wheeler Brit's e Yhen prnfe-aionally aliMMit.nidern may eft Mt 111' re.lwnnr. all ancll order will reri-ive nrniiipl omul mi. v,h...ui ..i.A.tft.ii, ir van tii munition lllmnl nd treatment id n.n-i ol 11m r.ye ni.H l-.ar I iinur) IL?-' II. i'ii v-1 r vn mt ;kov. J .trrm i. I . ,1 n 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. — 15 May 1863

T l; KAMI , nlr t-rnr. IMA1 .U1 l'..JL. ! r. h. wick::, . F.illier. , FINDLAY, OHIO. MAY 15. 163 Union Senatorial Convention. 1 The loyal voter, of Fulton, Henry Hancock, Ltiens, l'litiiiini and Wood; .fiuiities. who are unconditionally foi " the Union, and stand pledged to an unconditional support or the NntuHinl, (joveinment. In all its ell'orU to siip-;s:-tit'i ' 'press the existing Iniquitous rchi llimi 'ir.nml to inniiitniii .tuiiiimiiired. the n n : ' tional Unity, lotliin principle and ter j-Md . ritorial imits, are requested to meet ! Convention In their respective eoun-'tering .ties at such time and place as may hcst'only ."' suit their convenience and nppo'mtjaro delegates to attend ft Union Scuutori- ; al convention to I held lu FINDLAY, TUESDAY JUNE 30TH AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK A. M. To nominate n Union candidate- to represent the district in the next gen-,1'1'1"''1, ' ral assembly, and transact such oth- er business as may legitimately io;ne before them. The apportionment! wi...

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. — 15 May 1863

gonrork Jcffcrsonion. Local and Miscellaneous. Papers for Soldiers. , Nothing is more acceptable to sol diers thim paper from home, awl ev ery on should be supplied regularly. We will send the Jeffkksomam regu larly to soldiers, lor l'JJ cents per month. Tapers reach the army reg ularly, now. Papers for Soldiers. Nasby Strategices. Deinocrisy hezn't M menny holibi now, ez it used to lu-v, nnd it is somewhat dilflkilt to kepethe peple strung up 2 the proper pitch. Nigger is all the enpital we hev left, nnd it rnythor tuff work to kepe the old machine run nil) In I'nion nnd Ornnjre tlu-r Liluil didont liiit; wen I tole em VninlnMi .rum k a .Test nary bile. I lied rek'i'r-i 1r:nJy. Last Fri- dy nlte I p-im1 mnn lumpblm-k nnd hnl il- and npplyin it too mi clas- sik count, and my lal.er-staned . .hands, tminvfiKiiiil myself into a vil l.-iniis contr:di:ind. Then I perceeded nfter nite to the nouth end uv the township nnd at daylitc cominenHt go In north. The Hkcnie workt l.ootiful. ' 'At...

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. — 15 May 1863

Things Wise and Otherwise. A Fast Story. ?..tt. tvan 1.nr.Tlff, tha etnad. ' iulisli railroads to , "Yankee traveller iu Knginai'l. ,'i'he ciigln) Veil wm r.iuj ns tlw tiiiiu nm i tul tlie atrtlou. . Yankee. - e lire tiprronfinu? n wwn, w ia the Enylislnnnn. "Thcy.Lnve commence riitiriiiK tiuo.it, "w fore tlacy got to o euition, or else tie troin would run by it bclore the l-ell could be laenrri! Wonderful, bm't it?. i suppose nicy naveai . iuveiue.1 win j lu America yet?' . ' Why, yes, replied tlie Ymilieo, 'were pot Miir, hut emit use inenj on our ruuron i. " e n.ii uu a: mi.i jn mat me xrmo Biway-j Kwi-s nueiui of the sound." Indeed!' exclaimed tho Enjlinlapj JT-an. "Fact," irnU the Yankee, hiid to plve up boll. Then we tried nUuin wli.tles but they wouldn't nn-.w. r,; itlier. I wo on a locomotive when , the whistle was tried. We saw n , twodiorse wnuon erossing the track, nbout Dvc miles uhen I, mi l the cniii-, or let tlie whistle on, but it was no; MRC. The next tiling I know....

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. — 22 May 1863

Business Cards W. - 'fir ""V . BeWf, A WCRK.-.T. r'i ! W.ll altera to all t-umiw" eiitrnetei. tn their Sure la fcUncoek n iljtntti counties. OTFlCEi -Oeer Orer .nni,A T, OHIO, , srPi.rtlo.iiar Klu-nti'M (tiven t '"iiec Hon.: F-.rlo-nr. of Mor ni lamia. uunraiHii una '""""-. t.rn t mown. i.i. Kifoi.at Ohio, Will Mnl to I eil Biislne" In Haiicocs. unit It . I'..,ll.lla. sr Mce In Heart Quarters Bull lings, oyer Tn'i-'f jr.Miiwer e iuir. Nut-ember 1 IxilJ. tm vv. miMK, .itwiDssea- Mitln alrt nt. one "q-mre south of l'r-iiyier'an rniircn. h , ...,. .K'..np ilmiro'toiitli of Wheeler Uro s 11.. ..I...,! . . ifrl Tl. ItlMV 0r , -vn iiriiu-i"i'i..j ...I. . k k m ...idl mill?. .ill mioli orders win ..... .... ...... .ml altniitilltl. :.... -.iien'lnii vin t" oferHtlone iioti i:i.t i .-1 itnn"'' ! lf;S' e "I Hie hye and rjir I, ,:,rvll- l"l II. . I MV-KUAN ASH stTMlKOS, . ......... 1.. I Kill III I'MlllllliV. O' ..i -- I t.i all imih hi' "'' I.ui. ,iJ iidi Ui n stror't, live" w . UKCvUI,winid...

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. — 22 May 1863

, . t i; h in i tingle Copy nt rav. t C SU, II I." . Killtn, IlUDtiT, OHIO, MAY 22. 1303. Union Senatorial Convention. Ths loyal Voter of Fulton, Henry Hancock, LiwuS, Putnnm and Wood oant'.es. who ars" unconditionally for ibZ Union, and stand pled god to u toconditfonal support of h National Oovminent, in all its efforts to sup prist th existing Iniquitous rebellion end to nAlntain unimpaired, tbs na tional Unity, both in principle and tec litorial lmits, are requested to meet Contention in their respective coun ties at ench time and place as may boat ait their convenience and appoiut delegates to attend a Union Senator!, id convention to be held in FINDLAY, TUESDAY JUNE 30TH, AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK A. M. rr . ii a. To nominate a Lnion condidnto to represent the district in the next gen- assembly, and transact such oth- r business as may legitimately coinc'our them The apportionment will be one delegnto for each hundred otes cast for Gov. Tod in 1801, and for each fraction of fifty vote...

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. — 22 May 1863

itriwrf RKFT vmnArLE saib restorative IT IS HOT A DYE I pat restores gray balr to It orlgioiJ color, by applying tko cpltlir ,bM 'lb natural sua teoance, ln,plrod by ag or disease. AlWn taaitTMeuS ar oouipoaed of lunuf eaust U, dvstroylu tin Tltnllty nod beauty of the air, and afford of themselve no drawing. Belsnstreel's Inimitable Coloring nut on'. re stores hair to lt tiMnrol color by an saay roeoee, but rive the l.alr A ' l.nviiniART IIKAtJTT. promoCs Ita growth, present It fulling off, iradioates dandruff, atui Impart health and tleasantnesa to thu I.DhO. It ha ato d Ihc latof time. Iialng Ilia original llnlr Coloring and la constantly Increasing in fun. U-eil br bold geiitlHmen and Indie. HI sold by all reaiietttntile denlr.ru. ar can ba procured be them of tlia oommerolal ag't, l. 8. Bitrne Ml Broadway, M. Y. Two sixes, 60 cent and ITOS'S KATHAIRON. Thla delightful article for praterrlog and baaHtlfvlog tha human Ivatr Is again put up by Ilia original proprietor, and if now 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. — 22 May 1863

Seed Potato Experiment. Many fnrcaors ftro in tlt? hn tbty ro n tt4 f4- this jKirjosc va lii iT. r wieu. . iew ...i iiiu, o;ki ar tii-Ies oi'utif!0)lili,v,:t V.ii Hjj:ncaitJli payors, trherviu tae.y 1 1 .u'tliut the.v tir,nr ones. A ft. fjumeri n.ai.l ar. U1UCI.C8 (t tauMtlllLr potatoes, ftn l tlicy furtimr s ty that tlieir potnt'KM i:-o improving fo a .Vcnrto year, If Inim.'is Wiij j J it large and small jjotatL" iU l.v si le trough a series oi' yours, thv will then see that large potatoes give the; best returns. Il'rsauy tnJ it not art they miy coiic1:(trf 'tbt the law r.f the vegetable kingdom a e iecrm d rvrmv:y uiiir, ii. iu.i w UlKl Uli' uost sieJ potato to plant, but to no purposu. Some wo.iM swv that larjrc o;iei wero the bust, others t!i:it small ones were Juut as good. At Inst 1 concluded to experiment, ii id I in tend to continue t'.ie plan from j-pm to yeaf, an 1 1 hope others will do the imp, lul then Wo cau compare notes E vch yew. -for the fi-ce put vptto, I liavc tr....

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. — 29 May 1863

THE BRIDGE BURNERS. -Last week we had tU pleisnre of taking by the ' haiid,' Lieut's Robert Buffimt mA W.yv. Brown of the 21st --twaof the famous bridge burners ent dut by Gen. Mitchell. The fol lowing rebel account of the daring enterprise ia which they were engag dwill be read with Interest: [From the Southern Confederacy, Atlanta, Ga., Tuesday. April 15th, 1862. THE GREAT RAILROAD CHASE. The Most Extracted any and Astounding Adventure of the War—The Most Daring Undertaking that Yankees Pier Planned or Attempted to Execute —Stealing an Engine—Tearing up the Track—Pursued on Foot, on Handcars and Engine—Overtaken— A Scattering—Capture—The Wonderful Energy of Messrs. Fuller Murphy. and Cain—Some Reflections &c., and Cain—Some Reflections &c., &c. Full Particulars. Since our last issue we hare ob talned full particulars of the roost thrilling Railroad adventure that ev er occurred on the American Conti sent, as well as mightiest and most important in its results, if succe...

Publication Title: Hancock Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 29 May 1863

THE VALLANDIGHAM HABEAS THE VALLANDIGHAM HABEAS CORPUS CASE. JUDGE LEAVITT'S OPINION t - , iUi cose is oc.oreine tJourt ou Ane petition of Clement L. Valaudig ham, a citizen of Ohio, alleging that be Was .unlawfully -Arrested at his .Jjouio in Daytou, in this fc'tnte, on tlu night of tho 5th of Aiay, inst , .hyo fdeta't-braent of soldiers' of the tinny of tho United Stnteo, acting under the orders of Auabroitei L": Iturusldof' n Major-General in the army of the L'nl .Jcd states, and brought, against his will, to the city of Cincinnati, whore -he has bo oil subjected to A trial be fore ft ilUitftry Commission, find U .;ui aeuuueu in cusiouy aim restrain. f, d Of Us liberty. The petitioner nl- mo a vera mat ue is not in me land or .jtavAl' serrljceor this UnitoJ St:t s, and has not been called Into netivc Borrioo in the militia of nny State; ' and .that hi-i nureRt, detention nud tri ftl' as set forth in his petition, Are il legal, and in -violation of fh,e Consti tution' o" thoT Unit...

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