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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hancock Jeffersonian. — 19 February 1864

iOT AfX'OIIOLIC;. HIGHLY 003TAENTEATED VEGETABLE EXTRACT. a pike towi . EOCTOjI HOOFLASD'8 gkuman iuttkus rnrpiRKn iir OCTOK C. M. .1 ACKrHIJf. Piiil-vlntyhlA P will kfpectuali.y cure livku co.-iim,ait, UVSPEPSM, JAt'VDICir,. C'mit mr Wrt wow Ittliility. TU'rav tif thr nry, "' " "'' r'f fVnm a afti Wired Anwr .V(uma A SU(lll a Constipa tion, Inward i'llea, Fuln ar Mood to tha Head. Aniilitv ( tha Rtomaoh. Nausea, Heartburn. Plseust lor fund Fulness nr We'ghl In Hi .tomarh SourariK-'iillot-a.aliik-Inn nr flultcrlnf nl tie nit ol tli amniai'h. Swlmmm of (tin head, hurried and dialeult Braulbintr, I'itil1nnif hi (hit heart, Chok tag or Hun".rutln sensations when In a Ivlng posture, dimness nl vision Dot. or Webs before, (ha attilit. Jeter and dull Pain In tha head, DeuVleney of Perspiration. Yel lowness nl tiro hkm and : Fya. Pain In the. Side, Bank, ch.-si. f.lmhs. .Ve.. Sudden Flui'V of If o-.it, Hnm'tin In th Flrsh. Cnu.tiint InnminiPiK "I Fvtl.and sreat 'Dtpreatdon of spirits. Ami ...

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. — 19 February 1864

fliatfrk rfftrsDflion. T K R M I l furr. em xrnr.in nrr. I.C tun itrtinsoMAX ua tot i.ai.-st abcti.a no ok axt r.irui i-it.i.hii. Bit IK til ( t NTT. KIXDLAY, OHIO,' Vf.U. The Opposition and Slavery. Hen. (.Santr. of Arkansas, former ly of the rehvl nrinv, but now n thor ough I'liliw tnnn, drclarrd in tif-rh nt Ciiiciiiiintl, tlmt the eo'li f Arkansas "turn front Slavery with loathing IndeseriliaUe," and with Xient iinliftnntifdi adverted to tin f.'tt that "while wo who are no mnrli Interested pray for ilellvonnifo from this eurse, them is ft snoaklng party In the North who would force us to keep the nrsa with ns." It is In deed astonishing that mm lt tin North, who never saw a slave, and have not a dollar's worth of Interes' in the institution, nro so lnueh more eoneerned for llio fato of Slavery, than they In w'iosu social system i! bnl closely tnterwoven itself, and who had property in it to the extern of hundreds ot millions. The chief stimulus of Pie opposi tion pnrty of tho No...

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. — 19 February 1864

importmttofemales MKT '( PILLS V r voclarantion ! TO THE LADIES! both married and single! The Oldaat UeguUt r for Femilei I Thr lint I'no i.c:i"1"0 iit'il i:rn cirri fur irl m il ninnrn win iiI1,t !'! 'rrrmi'.n'.li nr o'lMi ur'Mis ( U.0 infinto.. 'vha'.i'VPr uriy bs I hi i-iimn i.fl'i n nhi: i-it-' a. Tlit t no litis Imrn rwsn'vi'il (nr many yeM. T'lft nl'l N:H rntitm l In tn, CHEESEMAN'8 FEMUE PUS, 1ln.t l.ii'lla linvo fi r n IliM' t'l-imi Mm oiiiitw- Inn I'li-se rrli iN l:l''!'. if l''"l n :i ourriii g to tim chIU of Nut urn. will im ir il oli In Hint. ilw Inl'i'-I uniMir i i:,nn i il im:i nt'i f linn 'ill-, tin I w'ltcli II nl ! tlr 1'C-ri viliti-u. ,1 n t '"'.M ,- in , ' llui'. tril i f m.I IUiiifil,H r Ui.MMfffi nf f Initio Dlt. CIlF.r.SKM.V.V F MU.H IMI.I.s. Tlnit mil iM i Iri-ni'-ily I n- ml .'li.t in-tnim tin Iwun II !W l-h i i-tix'H" iitul pniM for lwiMily.lv vi'tim Hi pTU.I Hi" invli. ! wiiil.l. In tiiiHi r U.iti M qi'trlinciH l'i y Ictaii. In wlinn. ovoryno ') 1 1 i'-o em...

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. — 19 February 1864

o T p H N nt fttngl Copy.oos year. In ail. If, 50, THJt JkrF.BIIROKIAM flAI TBK LAKUKKT CI HOC I. A TI ON OF ANT 1'Afklt PUHLIMI tu iu tux coimt. FIN I) LAY, OHIO, FEIL 19, 1804. LINES On th doa'h of MahV A., wlln nl Jami. J, Ki Nt The vrlntnr wind, were sldhlni! sad i n ! drear. Th m dnlght hour win drawing nn apace Doaih, dirk wlnv.od. shiti'im, to nur home drew near, Anl et lilt il upon Am d tier's tune. A mother dloril a-lit who. who ha not seen The death-damp on h mother' pei'd brow, Can know the wr.e, tlio anguish sharp and Vi rn ' KdmirsoU'js d ath Inflicted In Unit Mw. I.nvn could not sitvo her. else she. had nol died. For nil! wliHt prayer brcatbed out Knifo y Went up from Inv'd one wenping a, her sMo That, thl tnnhilter oup might pass Ihem by. A doting husband, children lung lovod. dear. Prayed thl the cruel shaft Is turned sway. Tlmt aha mliihl longer llnircr with them hnro To cheer them as they lr.;d. lifo' devious way. Death, greedy, srispHg, tor her snut from e'y. And ...

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. — 26 February 1864

HIGHLY COSAENTBATED VEGETABLE EXTRACT. EOCTOS HOOFLASD'3 GEKMAtf - lUTTEItS: . , xjir.prun rr t.lTKIft CO HIT. AIM", ivricriA. jtimrF:, CVanM- ar jV.itmtn IMiilll'ii.' IHmiut of Ihr Hii TJK rri mlhlittt V iting fivn a - w ' r. cf r' -.VfiiOiirfc ' ' . attnli linn. invrnrd Pile. i j i FnlM.fi m9 1"' ' tap Hp:iS. APlditr M ilia Kliimacll. NlltlSPH, fie alT.nffl. , ft Dtxin lmi.nl r'Ultiomi'f Wftiflifc J 1h I li lnmiip'i nonr pnu-'i' i''llH.fllnlc tllK it iliii'inir nt l' c pit nl ilio aiiinap'i, 8vrtm iit nf tfi b"i"l. UurrM mvt ilidl'inll (Irani liimt. I'liitlprlini nt Pip lipiut. ( link. In or Siifl'mailiiig Jpnsat wlvii In Ivlnit noattir. tlmnn nl vl!on l)ot or Vim liornrp tic, ulsM, , , , lijvpr nm dull I :t it In I ho Lpiid. bplliieniti i f Pprviilratlnn. Vel- .2 J A I litwMo4 ofl'ifct i J "' ' ' -Kktu -hiiI '- " K.yp. Piili in tl"! .. . Hitl... link. '!u-t. , Minns. A-n.. Hodden Klu'V rif Hunt, llnming in ilm KIpkIi. Cuml i lit Innciltiitiys of K'Vil. and uint li'projinii "I rri...

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. — 26 February 1864

J5!ircrk Jcffttsoiimn. IIP t iM ft.," THE J E F EIl Ran 3 1 A N. UAI THE LARdCM t.nttCTI.ATIQN OF AMY FAPKM I'l Midi TV IX THk COUNT!. FISDLAY, OHIO, FEB. 20', 1M4.Jp,v , ! The New Conscription Act. llanpu8t'(l lioth Hollars, nm.1 noon fla it reeelvos the Signature tlie President l a Lnw. The follow lnjr Is ft synopsis of the bill. The classes nro rotiHolldnted. Per " sous tetweeu Mis necs'of 20 nnd, 4") nre liable. If they sliall tench 20 by the time of the draft, they nrc liable. If they slr.tll reach 45 before the drnft they nre not subject. Exempt ions.'ns'nle fiomthqsc who have serv- ed two ye,,., ornre now in senlec nre reduced to physical or iitc-nLal disability. Urafted persons may fur - tiish substitutes not subject to draft. Aliens w ho hnve voted or held ofllce shall not be exempt. It does not de dare that immigrants who have ta ken the oath of renunciation and al legiance in the itevlarationof inten tions, are subject to duty, as it ought to U. But in right, find we supp...

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. — 26 February 1864

Ijaufcfk Jfffcreimtou. Local and Miscellaneous. Mr. Nasby recommends Unanimity. Mr. Nasby recommends Unanimity. Church uv the New Dispensashun. Feb. the 19th, '64. In' my boyhood's da;?e, won life wux all a d rente, my buddin geneus wiu bcin dewrlupt a loggin with ); n. Wnii team I hod, wich got in wiin wim d:ty, and lusted nv p nil i 11 Rt the log, ez well-rejrelatid oxen do, they hitid theirselve atoiitid fitcin each other, nnd pulled until wim bed diuiokatid his neck, and the other I kild with a stun in s fit nv riohus rage, nnl they fed tlie ravens nv the valley, wich is flggcrativ fer the chil dern uv tlie nigger filmier my father barren! cm uv. And hero let mo say that fer ginooine, syenti!le bor rerin, the old man was ckaled by few and aerpast by nun. He borrerd a boss uv a dokter in colera time, wich wuz brillyant but his shny doover "wuz borrerin a new overkoto uv a reddy-maid clothing mas, whose naiia wim Solomons. His last grate feet wuz borrerin n bon lait wnn nite, fer ...

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. — 26 February 1864

Songs by the Boys. For the Jeffersonian. Song of the Veteran. Com boy. fill up the foaming leant, ' I.cl the 'luvon rlnjt and ru'fle. Here's In our country ivha'f'cr the cost Of blood nn Oir field nf balllc. TLe prnedent the liiavput of mI! Ihoenrtli, . Is the lard Hint gave viir Man Illusion birth, .And nur pnlilnt eiti'i nf the l!c u tune Who bled und it rd lit firaiidywlno. Then (111 up, fill up tl.o dp'ii kllru tons', lift tl " r'ng nil rattle. Our land forover, whaio'er the cost Of blond on t lie field nf haltto Shall we Ilk cowards shun tlie fl'r That tug will mi l fry i ' I l or fair land endure a l.Hrhf. Ard blot l.er jtIoi Inn, ntorv No I we'll not t iyot I lip lemon, t m-lit, Tha lilof'iuu deed -ihn ili.rione ili.int.lit Ot Liberty nnil onu.il rij Mm, That frl)iliie.ipd kiurs mil timed their m ir' . ll'vn nil t' Iho liriiu tha K'ou-iiik; Thin IhihI Uipv flmli not never : v Ilere'a to the I'mon. nliatu'er t lie cosl, Furocer awl n-rryr. Wu've ld")!oi-lii o"tn He I carls nl ...

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. — 4 March 1864

WOT , ALCOHOLIC. HIGHLY COJIAENTS.ATED VEGETABLE EXTRACT. - A PUKK lONI tOCTOa H00FLAKET3 GERMAN HITTERS ' ' ruitf aukh bt ' "nflCTOR C. M. JACKS .V.l,hHi!n!'lil.i Pn Wll.h KKI'Kl'TUAM.Y CUKK 1.IVKK COMPI.ADIT, ( - i;Vtll-.Pl, J.UXIHCF., Crnlt or AVriwrti DeMlihi. 0;riM nf Ihr Kill nryi, a ti all rfifif nrmiff from a tlii-t.-iirt fiivr o' Slums " Rlirll a CmiKllptv , , , ' Hen, Inward lt!c. Knln.iBs or Ulnnd to '' tlio Head, Aolclitr nl ill Slnniarli. Niiubpii. Heartburn. " ' t'lSfcllKt Nir filll'l Fll'llPHS"!' WpuM lnHiPHpiiiiap.il cntirrru. ttiHnn'i.S'iik (. ..r riutinriini Ht I iir nil 0IH10 stum eh. nfilm IiphiI. tnmbid and tlidli'iili Jfreiilaiim. 1'liuteriiiic at tho heatl, t'li .k- IHK nr SulT'initiim ViisHllntm li"n In a Ivlnc pi Ktui'), dimiiPM "I vlclnn Diiln o Wntm lipfnra thnslalit. Kover mid ilnll I'Hln In Hi Lc:til. Pofiitlenrr of I'prsplralion, Yel low hps nt tha tnliin and Kvci I'.iin in tlio Sldit. Il.mk. Cln.t. T.lmliS. !!., Sllllill"! I'llln1!- , PS l Ural, nuniil...

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. — 4 March 1864

rii'..e a-r .... T ' V. ' '' 1 1 THK JKFMKSOKIAN II Al TIIR LARttEAT .',;unvbi.ATtoN or ASTPAttnrtnuMi. at ktf Ut THXCOVMTY. iriNI)LA.Vr rihT MARCH JTlWl f-opi-erhead McCLELLAN. r-.Tbe tttr hollo wness of Copper fccadUi It shewn in the Intense do Wirt' it is now cxUUting to secure tUa nomination of a military man for its nxt candidate) for the Presidency. Built npon Hie Ide.t of tlio unjust nesr'br' tne war for the I'uieii vluiminj; Hint the war Is unjust and miiiolt that it is nu invasion of the Seuth for the purpose of ubolition Izlue it onuosetl to nroaeculln." it further; and going to tha lengt!i or refusing .to give the Goveininent.9 mean to earry it on, it In now lay-Ishould g t'J ropei to lirln; out ns its can- a' General trko served, in thi w . - ame war. , In this case they eannoi . claim that na an artuv ofllvor he Has bound to' obey his Government. MiCIellan wna aroluiiteer, and as he Una not resigned it must b taken for granted that b la still willing to ' The Union of C...

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. — 4 March 1864

IMPORTANTtoFEMALES Si: Proclamation 1 TO THE LADIES! JlOTII AlARlilEI) AND SINGLE! The Oldest Regulator for Fern vies I There l but one genuine and mi re rurn fr and ii I'liion wi n sutler front irrPKiilaritl. or obstructions nf the menne. whuluver may be Hie rnu if tlniw nhntrnntlnns. Till fine Im been recognlz") I,, r many enr. The mil. mile roliiirii'ii I In CD, CHEESEMWS FEMALE PILLS, Hint lyit-!lR4 have . f ri lief from llm mippr" slon nt peril tin which. If kept up an cunlii K itr e rail, of Nature, will giuir.,l,'tde to the" Ill fiil'it"! anient, l elllm:i,d''llj! Mill trenmh: as I which If m't rcg.il irly ex perl need, w ill ;.rn liii'fl in airy mi l dciPli. nnd that flr-tt i.f till Uutncdiia for Uncios of Fe male UK. CIIEKWIAJTrl Pt.MW.K I'IM.S. Tbi ic il ol U Remedy (or ml "l't ucllnn hits been li ailed Willi uIci.hiii . kikI i.rotlt I twenty five yvnr In all part of I tin clvillxoil i r lt. 1 14 author M an Id experienced I'liv lOlHII. Ill Wl.olll CVOri I II !y loin tloll...

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. — 4 March 1864

jreck. Icffcrsonion. i-. :. ;TRRJII tX JriUtRONUN HAS TIIK t.AKQKST fjKK0M.ATIOX 0 ANY PAJPEK FCBXISH- ur rut cock it. Agricultural Hints. Barn and Stock Yard. Ammai.s. All niiimnla of tlio farm should lie glad to see tlicir owner, uinlib fllti every ' other person who v .w . i u-jii. 41,1111 oufiiiii .... ...-r.. 1.1 H..1.1 i jvnuuuii a Mlt'irixlb IlltMltl. CIIIS nnd fiU'oia. inrtiVularltv,. Rhoild lo jiettod (Mid Ifiiiiclted -uontitantlv. Thus treated they will never need lrulilii If theio be n stuMc hoy who liliiys wiui dim ,i,ior8c uy piin-iiina; or i c- u;iicini(r u pinch tlieir Unuk, Keep ing hlmselfout of the wny of kicks nnd Wtes,'nq wonder they become vicii8. The sumo boy in jmsning through tho'cnttle yard will strike the fnltle over (he bnck with a fork handle If they nro cimght otandinp; in mo flryest ports or the ynrd w hen he want to pass. The result is nl way thc.snme a yard of wild cow and ugly steers to bo afterward "bro ken by fear nnd a goad. Feed roots to all clas...

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. — 11 March 1864

HOT -ALCOHOLIC. fllOHLY OONAENTRATED VEGETABLE EXTRACT. ,y! A I'UKKTU.M '. rOCTOH HOOFLAND'J ' GERMAN M.TTKUS noTA-un by DOCTOR C. M. JACKS )N. TWA ido'phlit Pi ; WIM. KFFKCTUALI.V t'Cllfi LIVRR COMPLAINT, i-vsrrcpiu.v, .itirur, t'rvinVor .rr.m Debility, I)''r t- t A'ei nry, ! ell ilittiu't uritiig from a liif i 1 .-i9.v Monti' ft .' ' ' unci. n ('onstipH linn, Inward rile. ' ' ' Kutn.'Hs r I'.Iihi.I tn 11m llPud. Aitidtl.' nl ihn Stomucln Nmiiiort, llmtitlMirii, t DlfllHKtl'irloiitl KnlnoRnr Wlnh.l 1n tltlUYimll -Vint Brlli-I St inns, i Ilk . in i.r riiiiiriiii nl llnii!i rKlio rlntvar'i, Swlmmitur nf ilin (man, hurried and diltliHi.l JlronlliliH. rTultrrlim al tlio hoart, Clink in)t or HnlT"i'tini Jem-ai Inna when In 41 Ivlng pnatiiro. dinvi nl vin'on jlnta nr Well liefura tlui Hilil. h cvrr nml ilull Pain In H o linml, Pelli'lnm-V f ' ' ' ) I'Br'plmili'n. YeS I lull IIPH-I lf III tf 1 t i .SV ill unit T-ven. Vali. Inthn 8ldo. Ilai'k, C!..-t. MiiitiA.'',, Hud.li'ti KPn'i eg nf lim...

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. — 11 March 1864

t i: it . r i TM JEFEBHSO.VMM II AS T1IR LAIIDtST CJItCTLATIOS OP ANY I-AM U IpHHSH fcD IN TUB tOl NTV. riNDLAY, O, MARCH 11,104. Will the Free Negro Take Care of Him Will the Free Negro Take Care of Him Self. The pro-slsvory world linve uni versally insisted tlmt the ncro Is In cnpablo of self -government, or even self support, ami n proof of tho cor rectness of this assertion, they cite the results of the cmnneipntion of the negroes of the British Weft Indies. There hns protinMybneii more whole sale, Imre fneed lying done on this subject by American, pro slavery wri ters than on nny utlicr subject on which they have used their pens. They have Invariably compared the products of the Islands the ,ycr It- re, with the products a ytar ojia emancipation, and on exhibiting a deflcicncy.they triumphantly exclaim; "The negro ennnot nnd w ill not work, save under compulsion." They do not ask their hearers to tnke into ne oonnt tho fact that time whs necessa ry to transform the slave Into a...

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. — 11 March 1864

Local and Miscellaneous. Swindles and Swindlers. Tho benevolent gentlemen who propose to give two dollar In gold for ono In greenbacks, ore unusually busy at this time; nnd from the num ber of them In tlio business, nnd the evident extent or their openitions,thcy TOUHt be milking ft nice thing of It. A youth from l'lensant township dtowed us the results of nn invest ment ho mnde, which, for the inform ation nnd edification of others who itch to make money without sweating for it, we publish. Our young friend saw nn adver tisement of ft New York "firm," who mnde this proposition: Having half n million dollais worth of costly watches, and genuine solid j old jewelry on liniwl, which they to turn into money, even nt a -"sacrifice;" they had numbered each article, nnd was distributing them by, lot. Hut ns tho people hud been im-; posed upon by swindlers, nnd ns they iwcre higb-minded, responsible busi- mess men, they woul I do this: receipt of 25 cents they ' would send a ecrtineato eni...

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. — 11 March 1864

Agricultural Hints. How Vegetation Influences Climate. That cllrunte cqntrola regetntion in greot i1m of. la Q'ute evident.' fcM it I equally true Hint vegetation it- en list n marked strict uioii tlie cli- mate. ' In tlj flrst jnre it exerts nn Influenco npon Le tviiul. Wliere tlie Innd i Imro of trot;, tlio wind lias nn unobstructed weep; nud where tliis prevllf and is violent, tbo cliiunto in not only plcnsnnt to man nml benst, bnt is unfavorable to "vegetation. Western farmers hnow how this is upon thetr broad unsheltered prnlr le( unit Net? Enfflntidera know liow it It nlong their bleak sen coasts. Tli only way to grow liaudome and healthy trees in such localities, is first to snrronnd one's farm or gnv. Ucn with a belt of coarse tree like willow, silver mid poplar, and ever. Krecns. Outside ' of such verdant bnrriera, the trees and shrubs if plant, cd, grow loan; lop-aldcd and glnr-.ted; insida they stand erect, veil dovcl- ped find ' invtgorous. Without tin proteetipii therg ...

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. — 18 March 1864

HOT A'f;C01IO,IC. HIGHLY OONAENTRATED VEGETABLE EXTRACT. a vvm: tonic. DOCTOH H00FLANIT3 GERMAN BITTERS raarAsisn ir DOCTOR T. M. JACKH;)NMhn.i.1,iirit, WILL EFr'ECTOALLY CDHB iVrmnit wr XtrwW Ofhilili. of Hir A'iJ ury, aid mtt fruranf j nrinin frtm m iris tritrtiiotmr &iomik ec.h M CnnMrps . , Hon, Inarard llle.. Tnln.iM fir Ittond te the Head, Acldltv ntths Slnmneh. Kaneea, rtearthnrn, t)lrnsa lor food FulnetnrtVnlght In ll.eeloinaoh. amireruotntlnna.slnk Ink, or flntlerlnt: at Hie pit nl the atnmanh. ftwlmmimt of tlm hand, hurried and fiimnull Breath n. Fluttering at the heart, Chok wr SutToralina' sensation when In lvln p.nture, dlmnM ol vfalon l)nte or Wshs before the night, i ofcr mid dull Pitln In the bend. Deficiency of PeMpiriillnn, Yel lowness of the rikln and Kyea, Tulnlnthf) ' Hide. Hank. Cheat, Limbs. An.. Rudden r'linh- ei of Heat, Oiiriiinx In the Flesh. 'Constant Imaslnlniisi.r Kvil. and Brest Depression of spirits. And will prevent YEMlW AW IIILMulM FKVKH, 1 Tht...

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. — 18 March 1864

t r n v. 1 1 gr VI! .. TUB JCrStnfloMA.V A THE tARGIfT ClItCCtATtOV OK ANt IMrtKM'ftlMC IS TDK COf ST If. FINDLAY, 0., MARCH 18, 1'ivi . Another Call. Ilia rresldctiVfins laeft a cnll fi-rinnvtldnT flOO.000 tu6l'0 mea .u innUn mi for tho tmnft.r of tnpirlv..,,. n, 1 1. I 1 aii . . ,,.,, -..u ,w ..u lui.eieneios unuer foinier cnlls. As ljiit V-ifjW ,ncn nro nnthoi-lzed to be taken fryut the rmy to ml u, wnnU of the nnvy, 4l . , .m H..eiicieneiesi-. "T"l-1 IV tlie mnlU Tncoil fT tUC new ICVV. Iftkcmctronot-uppHed by vol .,......, a. .11 " "J 1S"" "l " draft rv.ll take place n80Dii niter that Utc poible. Tl.clir;;cboiii.lies.111(in tri'i ho raid until A mil 1st. r. ' . 1 n fmni isiiiiii'iii. w iLlii;t,',v. Torco is alsotcutemplntcd in the pnident.nl meiiMire which will com- mend itself to general njjprovtd. should Ihj uoUeed thnt under the ucw .... u. r.i Kub-dMrcts mir-t,"' fill their quoU if they would avoid t!ie dr ift, even If the quota of the State, through the patriotism of c th ...

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. — 18 March 1864

fjanroch 3cffcrs'3niaa.jK,;Jt; Local and Miscellaneous. Mr. Nasby has a Church Trial. Church nv the New Dispensashun. March 10, '64. I hftd A d t-lil fill VI r.V'i I XT. W I 1 . , , ,V .. , t? .,. i, (it ... muu n'lrsiauii. , i; viva -.. " ' A . .. . r n (,,t: . 7; tithef brmichu uv tha D.mutcraUj .i - on I give the pints : Bro. Siple wuz arrans-1 before tho church on a charge nv drinking nltt. n n,'rTfrf.l-ril-n Vinliiiiiiimci- . . .i i . tj.. t.,.,a -, hrinulu tlie charge. Bro. Jones wiui eggnmind. Saw Bro. Siple go Into the 'Union ez M wnz' Saloon, arm-in-arm, with ;a niggor. Saw thorn go up to tho bar and drink whisky 10 ge'ther. Elcfer l'ott, dekon Kilt and bro. Smith, and also bro. Brown, who kepe9 tho saloon, who wiu playin a quiet game uv suvert-up, eorrobora tid bro. "Jones' testimony. They ced it Tho wrctclill man hud notli in wntever to say, and cz the case wuz flear, I wuz abowt to pronounce enteni ut txeommnnienshen n-in Lim,wcn thawt struck me. "Who paid fer tho lieker...

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. — 18 March 1864

T H II H II I f.r1r nn nr. lit ira,,r at.ar 1MK JKFKBHSOMAN It At THE LAItflEIT WIKTLATION Vt AX riKK ITfeUslI IU IN THIS COLXTY. flNDLAY, O .', MARt'Tf 1M8C4. TEMPERANCE IN THE FAMILY. TEMPERANCE IN THE FAMILY. BY REV. WM. M. THAYER. The Clinilnin of a Miiksiicuiisi'Us rudiment sntnt the festive lionrrt w ith the oilloert nml nirii, Jnut previous to their (U'jni'ttire to tlie tented field The wine cup wns iiisaed to the C'liup Iniii, who dueliiu'd it, Mitring: "I never tnkc iiuoxkfitins UiinkH. 'VVbnt! novc ud the officer." VVbnt! never tiiko onyT ivhiioih! "No, uuvcr 'unlets it it ordered ly u iihvBloinii." Well," continued tho officer, "I lira not much in favor of tho habit; I do not mho it hahitunlly; hut on tutU on oeiasioa'aB this 1. indulge a little. Will you nllow mo to nk you one or two qticttiotUf"' inqnircd the Chop lain. 'Oh, yet, fl mnny at you pletRC." 'Thank you. Well, then, have you hildren? ' "Yea; two noMo lioyM one twelve nil the other fourteen." 'Now, then, would...

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