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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 15 January 1864

Business Cards .tv, if. ji i; : u k x HAVINfl rtixiinied tlipractlcr.d l.inv. n il attend In nil husihex riitriihlnd In hin la Hntrnrto and :itlrnl lit! oewntte. 'art ! tn Main l reelopr.iw.lt tli '""un Holme. Drcm'ier 4tli, istu. Toll M. II l IM1, - -i At 1,AW, TOmi F-iiati ami tnml tluHrlimg Agent, 'Will attend In Mil Imalne entrusted to lux emrt with iiniilitnet;rt dinii!h. Kpeolni tmllantliaVtfWmriH nr anllanll.Ht .M'Ufl I.JJi Kli.V CLAIMS), and Him settlement nt K -Oaten. Orricxln iltmdu uiitina Uuliilintt. up stairs. Flndlay. " AStfrat U, , - t - . t r- V - - - - tlXKKY llllHtX. K. lUHK'T. T JROWJf. afc BIIIKET AUoi n. nl l..v. Will attend ! Mil liu.siiii enlrnMrd Id their rln llnnnoitlc ami adjoining enmities. Our Oin' Drtix Stnrr, opimnlr Court rmi.r. mm.AY, oiiiD. WPartlenlHr allenlloti ilvin to (Viler Hunt: KorRlnitriM of .Montage. I'.mi t iltuntim t land, tluaidian mid Administration hi mi v A ) , I u. . . - - . - - SKuWtt. MX. T1IWW.1 IH , X , . ATTtillSUVS ATf.WV. I'isi...

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 January 1864

Hill . . U .U f ,,,r"".'.""- W l ..,.. t,.3u. TTlt fUEK.fsoM.tv rut tn Ai:cri tircr. tAiioM of AXTrAj rcsusrt , Vv !r tup CypfTY, : mour, omo, jAs. ia, isoi. What Will they Do! Never wer a et of hungry ex pettnats In tf terrible A qmunary n nr tli copperheads of to-day. Tliey 1ftnffnrtriefloii.f,t!:tbevbftVD6tr:i'r.!?li,ia n . . v led for thcin but to t)o purpose. They lmvo naoihrr chance nrxt mnninex, tMX' re now hying the rone nd nnlSn the wires: but from . i. ! , , . , . Judge they esteem their chances m ex trcinely b'jght. Tlio Tact is they maito a fatal mis take when they took ground iu oppo- nltion to the government nnd iu favor ofthe rtbvjs. and they know It. day tba, tho Northern rebels seized I the old Demoeratic organization wftfc Its day of doom. It bos been dyiugL ever since. What issues to fight the next 'cam puign upon puzzles them Every vast they have made has been a losing one every principle they Jav advo cated has been condemned by tho eoplo, andD' vers t, evsry pr...

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 January 1864

Local and Miscellaneous. Local and Miscellaneous. Mr. Nasby addresses Jefferson Davis. Church uv the Slawterd Innocents. (Lait St. Valandigum) Jan. the 8th, '64. J. Dutis ea n frond I adresH yoo. I am wun nv that clans nv yoor freiids knone el pecce diuiocrutu, and klu safely nay tlmt wo hcv dun yoo and yoor coz Jet ez inuch good ez n V- ts 1 inmil lnn!n miial itn lit tm.- , ,f , , . tl, , . . J b.ly heroic army. We hev bin, ever fi. ll - i nuvu iuq iiuaiiiiii.:s iiimh nur vu yoo, work i a industrusly fer yoo, ez follows W e hev, ez stood Inflexibly v pposd to amost evrything. We preeehd that the wur wu n Ablishn war. Wo preeehd agin taxashen. We held forth agin conskripshen. Wo diskurigd volunteo.iii. We eheuridsrd desershens and per tektid (lesQrters. Wo uovor cood sec a Fedral victry. We wiu alltiz-forst to acknollidge that tho South gincrally got tho bet ter u v us. We never Ueerd that yoo wuz git tin short uv pcrvishens. We hired niggers to travel north u.ulc mm.!. uv u.o uigge...

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 January 1864

CT" rV""""". JtTKRMM Crr. jrenr.li, rt,iii..nr, TftK JRFKtttWtttAX HAS THE LUinrsr Cinft LATlOX Of AM r- W't fllM lu l,m i tut fors'rv. A-.l...j. F1XDLAY, OHIO, JAN. Ki.T. Published by Request. Lines on the Death of Manuel Bassler. In WeMmnfehind comity vounj Minud w u Imrn, And mlin tdvanreri tin In life' nmiv nni n J1" f ; in ,,"'",, Burl trno npr Im-.- . 'M ,'-'UleJSjir priajn and hi m ithr' lriu J'.v: AM matrne Christian ho Mood. m flod'a And rrmlnrif trim nil Main until he died. 'Mntyt tntrir itho f ,.o&hl to ,v traitor low Watrnfinft Uiinocl ha'or. to war ho did '" Wt Ml Ml in.f l home In lh pi Into ol hi ff,. To Itntlln wiUi traitor In wi.r lilm.il- .-iiiV lie left hltlo.ved Mend mid his k-ndrd deaf. And insrcheil to the nrmv n hriv vlu'i'e- r. At Frodr rkbiirir bailie he a illm.Hv i urM A hJ5' '"'"'It Manuel wn .ricii;y Then word tom the nrmv this tnrv rovn-ihol MntmuJ wmi wounded vn Fredrick bur field That tin Wvnn the Imlil.-nol hbmdynnd trd With a ttout lot 111 pillow...

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 January 1864

VEGETABLE EXTRACT. A PUKE TOHI'". IS rdcTfm'fio6tLAJtiya GERMAN IlITTEttS all"1! f''!?"")' ; ,.f bOCTOrt C. M. J ACKS IS. Phi eVphl.-i Fit. ' Sfif.f. ErVEcTtmi.Y ccns MVHIl . CtUIPfcAUT, i MfKPI t, .ti;1otcrc, "Comic or A7rm lUbllily. Jlinnfet oflhr k'itl nrVi a' w" diirnm arising from a lit IorJtnd l.irrnnr tUimtw k . i a rnnstlpn ... H"tl, Inward Pile. K til it or Wood in IIih Head. .Acidity nl Ilia . , i'H5ii'm:i'li. Nae. Ih-nrthurn. f , Iff TlluMti.-r...S FnlnCMnrWVfelit ' f "I i tntnfih- vti,nriiPt:itlnroi.'lnk;- ' ti -Out In -lint ut thn pit nl tho Ktnmiich, Swinin-nm of llin head, hun-hid Mini dltnutill llre-ithlntr. Klultnrini ut the heart, Clink, mi? nr PuHorutltnt 'nnal Inn when In a Ivli'g posture, dlninc. nl vision . . .- J- f frill nr WoiH4,fi.r thasiKiit, ; , i i I'cvur ;ui. I .lull I'am In I ho llPlll, Palli'll'lll'V of ,-.' .. . IVmptriMloiii Vol i . , lu una til llio f flkln uikI i . Kye. Pain In llin Ride, Back, rhiHt. T.I nili-. Ac, Hmldcu Fluli r of Ileal, ll.ini...

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 January 1864

mMIkrI ler,i.e rf. It .are. i.v yrt,,Jf.KKHK.N,U H At iUK LABOtSf " ' ciliot Iatiox or ait iAPt.it r-wjusH ED llj .Till; COCNTY. ; FINDLAY, OHIO, 3. i2, 1M4 WHAT THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY HAS DONE FOR THE COUNTRY. i, The prosppnty pf the country up i to the time of 3tIio rchplllon, Is a fa 'Vorfte theme vj pqmocrntic oti- .jicjans. ' .Thej- of course attribute nil . the prosperjy the country hat enjoy i tn for thirty yvnrn, to t It- fact tdnt the ' Democratic purl y for n innjor putt, ol that time . cniiiiitcrcd the Govern ment. I ' We acknowledge Unit the country ' has enjoyed u dcurce of prosperity sinco the formation of the Ueinoctat , ic party; Imt that prosperity is no 'more to o i!tudite,d to the Democrat ; ic party than the potato rot is to he charged to them. The country ha prospered In spilt of the Democratic ! party, not Leans,! of it. " ..The institution of slavery is pecu , liarly a J)einp.cratio institution. De mocracy lias taken it under its winjrs 'ha been its gunrdif n an...

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 January 1864

3 e7mu:imu Local and Miscellaneous. Mr. Nasby establishes African Slavery. Church uv the Slawterd Innocents. (Lait St. Valandigum.) Jan. the 16th, 64. nibbles rfr . cumin upon me thicker and .faster. , "Men change, dut priiisipplefs cver," lea bin n mine fcr yeera, mid bleev- ii In th'e-Kr.ite prinsipple ur the strong' ownin the week, or in ntherj words, SliMviy, 1 shel never ceese iriy efforts tdinalk It universal. Tlicr ieiii a 'ourucsoniibld piejodis In Hi" mindn iiv the week wuns uv my con gregflMieirngliist hrtn the jicrpetoonl'ut,.,,,, sen since uv thorn as'inu-he'r hex ,Xo rool, I cnld a meetiu uv my flock, to considder the matter. I inter doost thfi matter thus : Jly Unesimos ana linger I prova Hint staivry wuz skriptooral. By "cussid be Kanan," et settry, anode concloosivly that the nlggers wnz the uientikkleindivijjle who to be the sed slaiv ntoresed. Then it wuz put to vote and it wuzj .uuauiintiHly resolvd that Aferken be interdoost amongst us. with plcamiro that f ho po...

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 January 1864

Great Speech—Read It. ,,ul 'v;nu:rs lllilt, some II111C Bllloe, Wp imbliHlicd t!ic puMIc letter of Gen. K. W. Ofmtt fcfliirppopic of Arkmisns, fKfcortinj? Uirih to aUiul by tlio lrn .ilikM TliSrf li tter 1 wn rPi6.arkfll.le. both on nreoiint of Its nblo tnnnnerof! liresentiii lia pnso rind from tlm fuel tlinfc tlio writer, Mr. (Inn'lf, limt heliln ItiTfraJjirjCicnufhrii frominissldii' in t!ic rebel finny, mid lind kptvoiI in that onimeity. lint, becoming con jJSSJIi'VS ',0 f"TPr Jnt9 wbicli Jin liml hmn carried before tlio Bcccshinii whirl wind,' fW loMly nfijuml the rb cljciiist, nod mnnfnlly Hpoke liln sent imcnla to his Arkiinsiis people. ' Having licit! Hint viOHitlon in the rebel nrnty, lie wnn of course excluded tfipuj tUt )roy ifljpns ot tlio President" s amnesty rrocinmation ny the terms thereof. " Dnt, in consideration of his now unquestionable loyalty and the great service he bud rcudorod to the Union cause in the South, the l'resi lent volniitarily sent him a full pardon ...

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. — 29 January 1864

O.JI II- I .. . milH CURAT Rlnl'Mll ItEMEDT. Bill JAME3 rl.At!K' CM.KBnTKT rr.MU.G HMA ' f rupnrrrt (mm a tnTip lion of Sir Jumpi Cl.irke, M. D.. Thyniclaii Kxtr.inr liniusy to the ' 'l'lii'li:ihmMo mnilirlno la UfK:nir In the IpVrVof llll lll'W pil'llfill "lid tlll1ia"rVH lltHeil- a to w-l.lrh Hid l mlo 0" ullulimi r anli ji't, It nii"lrrnli nil tm'0.a tud n-ntotoa nil ol.alntcticits, and 11 K'ueily mre may bo re VA on. TO V.WIRIV.O I.ADIFA It Ih perulinrly aimed. It will. In a tmrl time ttrnitiu lli Miiiinlily I'Oriml l li regularity. Knoll Imtlle. price Olio Holhir, lii'nr the Oovetnmrmt Slump flf Kroat Mi ilaln, to pre vent couiilttrlolia. C MJI'IHtf. -TIip I'Wa should not lie tiiken . during Hie r'UHT II'IIKK MONTH ol Vtvg . lutncv, a tliey aro anru to lirhami Jlmcir tiHKQ. 'ml "I a'nv otlmt lime Hk'.v ;iiu "! ' In nil rtin-K of iicrvininniid spinal nlli'dlmi I'mli In the ll.-iuk nml t.linli", r'aliuim "it alight exi-rllnn, l'liitatiiin of llio Heart, llyalnrii . ', mill Whitea...

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. — 29 January 1864

.rxisliion ablo Tailorin e. raigned, . ti'tl re- j , hi Humeri lltl ' '-i spud .illv inform I that ho U t ! 1 in K i TAILORING - BUSINESS! I (, Hunt ls:prpi fn.1 Id So nil Hlii1 of work In I llSie In tua. I rteel tls. Laving la operi-.iloit ' pne .of tl.e very - t . C it West Si-,(r .ifncliiri In l'n In America, mat being In receipt of llio Quup lerly repnrl.il 't I'lntnion. from .Ve-v York, Philadelphia mill I'-.un: and having Ilia ;j;.1jo1. ,VttfcniMi in the country, fril.il lielnt a pro tiunl Taller ..r over thirty year, he lit ooi.ilili nt llmt lin can s"..t the ' hi i iil fialld'on.- I n ni pre p. licit to tct up ill Ilia differ, nt hIvIch ol , '- I' ' lVIilltn.xv OrxltiR.! ( find III best style of trorkni.uishlp: mul having made nearly nil of 1 1 rut oh.. ol wrk (liu In IIiIh plico, would Initial n coiilinnnii.e ttl tncli patronage.' CUTTING ONEtQ OilDEPI ft ml filled for the- arri.tnimi'lilii'li if si-. mi slt'eisea, Iieineriiier the place at Hi o old "t.in.1, li . . . doors ...

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. — 5 February 1864

JIOT( ALCOHOLIC eiqslt conaenthated VEGETABLE EXTRACT. A VL'ItE TONIO. DOCTOR HOOFLANB'3 GERMAN BITTEItS WVl'l'l tasVAar.n. t ' i j . .. t)t)UTOR C, U. JACK90X. lh;ii"UI'hl Pa iu. kkfkctua'u.y (?di:b UVRH COMPI.A.IXT, . . CTsfrrcrtt, tTtiicr, Creni't er Xtronut Dtbilitu. f)i afthr Kith Hty.fii mil Aittntf arining fmm a (lit J , ordtrtd lAttr or Slontmh ' ' ' ' ' such " ' ' ft Count hel lion, Inward 1'ile. .... Viilnjun or lllood In . (In Head,. Aoldltv ol Hi 1 Flumaeh. Nuiwea, lleiiil'inrn, . rittitlnrfood Kuliieannr WolKht , In (ho tomch. anurertioliillnii. milk ing or flittlerlnf at I ha pit ol lli sinmarh. Bwlianimf ofthe head, Imrrlml and dlflieull Breatulnr. KlutlorliK at Hie heart. Chok ing: or Suffocation onatio!i when In . a yln(t pontitM. dlmnem ol trHlon ' ol or Woh before the slsht, J-'cvtr nnd dull I'uln In the tend, Ilellrlenev of Peraiitratlnn, Vol- Ju net nf Ilia Kkln and Kyea, Tain In the Ride. Uick. Che.t. t.lroln. A"., Hodden l-'lu.h. M nf Hit, Burning In tha Klrli...

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. — 5 February 1864

j x.wm mi T E K Al a I Single Cap?. fcar.ln nitre, fl.AP, TUX ifcHBSONlA Bit THE LAJlOKST vmcrLATiox or akt pater runt. Un it U 1.1 Till COCXT. , F1SDLAT, OHIO, FED. 6, 1804. i The New Call For 200,000 men In addition to the 800,000 now bring rnlsed, Is a sign that the Government Intends to finish the Rebellion early In the Spring. j With this number in addition to tUc veteran armies now In tho field, we Brill tinvfk arirttna nf At-rt rJit mi. nericnlly superior to the encniv, ... . nnu in puini nt equipmcnv, ucyoiKl comparison. Where we are barely folding positions, we will be nble'to advance where wo are advancing slowly, w e will bo enabled to move with resistless power. And better than all, wo will have sufficient force to enable us to hold securely, the ground we capture, and to re organ ize and build up as we advance. If the new call had been for 500,000 instead of 200,000, we should have liked it belter. -.,, vu u m-aiit's a speedy ending of the war, go to work. 1st the quota...

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. — 5 February 1864

mmtmnin . iij.i rjm4(nHAt Rajsii nsMitur. , in jmm-eui! CKLEBnATKf) FfcMAI ft IMU.S. Preftsired f rpm prescrlpto-u of Sir Jitiiin, larks, M. D.4l'kjriliKil KtrnorUhjy toUir This Invaluable meitiulne la unfailing In in. yr nf nil 1I10M puinfnl mill eai.xer.'iix iiisea see te sr'avh tin fsmnle enrmltnium N sub J ', It moderates-nil exrasl ami rnnvive a bstriiattens, and a speedy cure may to ro l4fft. , . . to VAnntET) i.awi-v.. It Js peculiarly eulted. ill will. In ft slmrl linn fcrlnf i the aiunllily period aiili mgul.irlt.r Knelt hcttle. price One lill;ir, bean Hit Government Kumti of Great Britain, to pre teal counterfeits. f M fi ' ' i:AUTM2.-Tli Pills Slnml.1 wt lie ttsei during the KIHST THItKh' HUM II el I'reg .nancy. al.ey are aura lo blind on Jlmcai llase, at any otHer time they are nle la all ease or nervotnand spinal airt-rtlnn-Tain la IktuK anl Limbs, K.iliiitie on i-IIk"! eiertliin, Palpitation of tlio Heart, Hysteria and Whitra. these I'll lea l I enrol a mire H-hei. .al...

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. — 5 February 1864

. fianfflfh :viffffrrtnirtn C7 V'" Crf '' ' ' ti :t kiijiii KlIKtM.lm ear.l art-enr. fl.SO . :- a 1 . asrs TI1K JtrrKIOMAN UAt TBI LAftCkSTi Clt,T.ATIOS or AXT rAlJ. fTBU.LI D IX'THR COCNTT. riXDLAY, ' OHIO, FEB. 5, 1SC4.J i a I Willing to Make it Right. M., of Northern Vermont, not distinguished for liberality, citli-j cr in purse or opinion. His ruling; passiull U n tear of being lietitcd. The lost, whether res or fancied, off &n.ZrM&otnX naiy. He once bouirht n enke iHiiow hi u country store, at tru cent a pound. On break. nr it to pieces nt home, it wu found to von- tain a large cavity. This ho coMsid cred a terrible disclosure of cupidity and fraud. He drovo furiously buck u ine siere, filtered ijq great excite ment, bearing tho tallow, and ex. claimed: . "Here you bavo cheated roe. Do tun call that an honest cake .r . -1 1 . & t. i .n , .. imiwwf ti i uouow ami mere am t near so miir-h of it as there ap peared to be. I want you to tnak . it right' "Certainly, certs...

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. — 12 February 1864

lOT ALCOHOLIC. ,HIQK1Y OONABSTRATED ' VEGETABLE EXTRACT. at t- A I'llRG TOJtir. DOCTOR HOOFL ANCS GERMAN- HITTERS DOCTOR C. V. JACKHOM. PulHdjtplil. r WIH, fcrFBOTUAI.LY CURi . COMPf.AITr, vrF.iA, jjvinicr., tu Sr ft trow htbilitit. .rv eftr Tif ay, mud oil ditrmtt anting from Hit mdtitd l.rotr or Hlomork tuch ai f omiir j r Men, Inward I'll, t '' Fulna r Rinnd t , . hiled. Auidlir ol lbs Stomach. Nausea, Heartburn. Tlgul lor fond Ku'nesa or Weight In lb stomach. aoureriiriihm.aink lI or finite runt alllm nil ollh itnninch, twimnitng I Hi head, hurried, and ilinioull rtuine, r li.ltcrlim at tho heart, Clink. 1lf Kulrortlj Sensation when la a lying poature, dimness nl vlslnu f)ot or Web b.lore Hi iifht, Fvr and dull 'aln In Ilia - - kind, Deficiency of Perspiration, Vol i lowlies of (ha kin ami , . Vym, ' ' Pain In Ilia ' Bide. Hack, fiiest, t.lmlia. Ac, Hiidilnn flush. or Ileal, ll'iniinn In the Flesh. Vomtaut Ininitiiilnr nl Kvil.und meat Veprei,ion of aplrit. Ami will prevent 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. — 12 February 1864

' t n a C'ai r.i i nr. In n.t nm .., l.tl . TDK JkAaliKSoNlAX I1A TMtl I.AI!uK$T AAKC'l.AHON or AMY H.)'i.It I't'ULlSU ,JU UI tllK COVXTT. lJUi: r: ... --;l-.MUi.i- r - VJ5JDLAY, OHIO, FEB. 12. 'l04. The and of the Rebellion. tiice llic commencement of t ai Hi country he not been wnnt ln; in prophets to predict the curly slownfitll of the rebellion; and a .miic 1iiu din IiiikIIv think, except in ilc iIhioii, of tlio announcements, made by sanguine officials fully two years since. Hint thirty,, httyv or ninety t'rtVM, would l.e Htillicicnt to crush the rebellion nutl restore the I'nion.r True, no ore then expected that the conte.t could he prolonged until the present time aud till seemed to trust implicitly in thy assertions of sensa tion correspondents. that the rebellion wn on Us v. hist lejrs ! " Tlio almost ridiculous position in I whieli tl,ee n.ertion, have many "prophetic offlciala." will donht t other li.au K.atu o- a. . ,1 o.t a tn n ViKUIWII l' Uillll t'Lll'l.-i Mui.i.. r,....

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. — 12 February 1864

finctck Jfffcrscttian. Local and Miscellaneous. Mr. Nasby Dreams. Church uv the New Dispensashun. Feb, the 6th, 64. I ant no spefthel bWrer In lr nm. 'J' lie gulf ittwiit the iwatej iel and im materiel worlJs U 2 wide tobe spaml y the brij iiv slvpa, ur if spand at nil, the way 2juarrer to make safe even tbn passij uv auite'-iuare. Po tikle ijee.J Still, the spent may, wen.looat frnin lu lode ivy clay, sore otf In2 tlio dim fuclicr, and retime a oikiii uv its linpreshns wen it njjeit okepies its pi-i.n-hoivne. Last Naterdy nite I lied n dreme. I hed bin a rcdin 'Cotton is Kinj," nnd h works, aldin my ninlemtnn din with fi ekent drafts fnmi a bottel coiiLiinin "uneher'a last, best girt to miiu," and 1 fell in2 a g?ntel slum ber. I dreenid that the Coufediay hud Kin suecessful, that it rnrrid nut its orijiiiel ijee nnd hod s'llijoogatid the northern taits. Ciell'eisoii DavU wiu ruolin lit Wnshmtou uuder the title 'uv "GeH'eison I, Lmpior uv nil the AtiiM'ikys." The Seuit and hows uv U...

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. — 12 February 1864

gutfurh 3rff?rs0uian. T R R M I I Unlit tfy,M year, l a4e,SI.n. tatS JtriRiOHI Bit f.AD.OgST iMocLArioM or at rirwt rtBLUfi VINDLAT, OHIO, FEU. 12, The Richest Incident of the Season. This afternoon on conductor L tnau's train, coming from Milwaukee to La Crosse, we saw Hit richest nu tato of the sonson In the fourth seat tack of the stove, In oiu'Of tlie Ijauseuge i" curs, H gentleman nun Judy, awect ami f-tihiiir ns the fuiry one ofohlen times. Ilia nrm cm ir cleil her wniat in hear like niucziiijr liia une hatul toyed with her rilts Lie olhor hand wandered mound her amplitude and bonnet stringa, like n lost child in a berry iaU h, seeking a place to rest, and his eyes were lixwd upon the fare or lint lair eoinpnnion with all the loving earnestness or i Romeo. Iu short, they were the ob servers. In the next seat bark of tho eoiiile alluded to, sat a demure Uokinir lsdr, naturally Interested in tie display of anV.'tion in front of her. to natural and no touiliinn;. hei the rare ent...

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