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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 1 January 1864

lcffcrg0ttttttt 3 4 democrat. . .- - C ' t J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 Ulttklji Ntwspoptr, Dtoottl) to tlje Dtootminatior of tttpublican Prtnctplcp, C5&ncation, Otmptrancf.Cittraturt.asrunlturf, ana t!)t JCitoa of tljt Das. TnRMS--$l,50per Annsrrw VOL, XV, NO. 1. CHAIiDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1. 18C1. WHOLE NO. 729. The Jcffersonian Demon at. ii riBMsiiK.n evkuy fridat mohnino.at CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. OJics on t he u-inl side of the Public Scvure, rfi'. nelly over IViikine o Jx'eUtf't bture. T E R M S i lfpaidinadvance," 1 SO I T not paiL wiiliiu the your, a 00 iy VII kinds of merchantable producctaken la n-iyinen t, at tho market price. .'.Nopaperdi-icoiitiniicd untilall arrearages a.'i paid , except it the option of tho Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. LtaM. AnvETisnMENTS will be Inserted ns Isllawsi rOcte. a square, firstiiiseriion; ench ilMiquetnt i nsortion , 25 cts. n square. Bi'stiuss Advertisements willbelnscrted st t'le follewing rates: One r...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 1 January 1864

Tiie Jeircrsonlan Democrat, inrrrrd n inirviet .3 ; . - - vm w a v vwas cnac, ciuiur - - CIUHIHJJ, Oilin, FIUDAV, JA.1. 1, I Mil. - 1 Exemptions—Time Extended. TI,. fW, P,.,.i it...., ft ....... Cadwell, was received loo lite for inser lion last week : HEAD QUARTERS PROVOST MARSHAL, 19th DISTRICT OHIO, Warren, Dec. 21st. 1863. Ed. Dkmocrat : Hense announce that claim lor t-Xempiion from the operations of the EnrolliDtot act, for, 1st, Alienage, 8.1, UosuitahU-nr ss of age, 3 I, Non resi dence, 4.h, Manifest permanent physical disability, will be heard by the B mrd of Enrollment until the 5 h day of January, A. 0. 1864. I DARIUS CADWELL. Capt. and Provost Marshal. 19th District, Ohio. The nowi of tbe week it' nuitbor co pious nor exoiting. SaTTImt cxeollent Mugniino, tho Conti nental Monthly, commences tho new year under tho most flattering auspices. Tho January bumbor it a splendid one. X"Chief Justice Taney is reported to be lying at the point cf death. Charleston. Charleston must ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 1 January 1864

HOME DEPARTMENT. A HAPPY NEW YEAR to one and all! f-tln I lie prvsont orowded stato of ottr! column?, our readers, we trust, will pardon til If wo are no! as "lengthy" a usual, and our correspondents if we lako tbo liberty lo abridgo some, of tneir favors. But Four Days More ArO to rlnnan hnffir.. rha liina nttnlntArl for thu draft to tsko plaoe, will arrive. It the quota of Geauga County full ? If not, no (imo should bo loal in Ailing it. Do not roly upon a postponomont of tbs draft. No ordor for its postponement has jot boon Is uod, and, should it be postponed for a fow days, the burdens of the consoript will bo only increased, and bia advantages dimin ished, thurohy, as It It prnhablo that Con-J.T.-BS will so amnnd the Conscription Act ai to muke it moro stringent, und no extra lioun tioa will bo paid by the Govorttmont aftur the 0th Inst. It bohoores erory one to us a bia utmost exertions to I in mod intuit ruiootlio number of mon required to All our quota, by voluntary onliatmo...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 1 January 1864

For the Jeffersonian Democrat. The White Willow. Among the if njr unee-llone lint rrtp'eij tbej fsrmor in tlieso lime I r nubia, H m ; shall t supply (fee fi'oco of .1 04jiig l.iu:- r" it one nt impertanje. Tlio woods have hern clearoJ Awny an r) M'y fur ti n p;vt halt century, that tunny find iVem-eLes ohVand to romovo. the f-r.c' en rvo port ion of the1 f um, nn oinf lnji secb in'iii'ruil ns is yt juiiJ (or rcj-i.-iiriup t It r h r.cei on ntio' Ijn-. or ftMow both to run down, and thorchy be-' como worse than ujcli-ja, ns stock of nil kinda will toon burn, by frcrj'nv.itly gi!in; i i r, to jump li't' rr n il Irt'tr l.rrir. nnd brcon-.o r.lmost uiicniilrolub'o. Hit the progress rf improvement and In cnttun Is iquol lo tho pressing demand, nnd no farmer titc 1 cull' r long or t cry se riously tho i ft, eta of litis Ctrl Tho anno tutorial bat boon used in a ! ffiTciit form, ns to bt inuro rvmoniiuil, end . fence n larger field v. i.li loo samo umourit (f tim ber nnd labor, l or ibis ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 8 January 1864

OtltHtl J. 0, CONVERSE, Proprietor. alUukluNfffiBpaptr.Detotti totlje DUicmlnaflon of ncy.Uicon PrinrlpUf.Cftncatioir, Cempiranec.CUerelre,ijrlUii"r7 anli tljt Kent of th.e Dan. TERMS--! 1,50 per Jnnura. Wilt Mium VOL, XV, NO. 2. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8. 1804.' ' The Jcffcrsonian Democrat. H PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT CHARDON, Geanga County, Ohio. OJies on tht yl elite of tht Public Squute.di rtctiyovtr Wilkin 4 Ktllsfs blurt. TERMS, If (laldinildvanco, 150 If not pail within the year, soo KT Vll kinds of merchantable producetaken In payment, t the market price. No er iliscontinned until all arrearages a: l pald.extept at the option of the Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Leoal Advertisements will be Inserted as It I lows: 50 cts . a square, first insertion; each ihinqucn ti naertlon, 25 cts. n square. Biist"F.ss dvcrtisements willbeinserted at t'.ie follewing rates: . One Square three Insertions ftl 00 " " two mouths, 8 2S " " three months, 3 00 " " ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 8 January 1864

rpJclTerst)nIan Democrat, JULIUS 0. COHVEHSE. Editor, . ---- -- . . mm, oiiio, Friday, m.i, mY. Governor's Message. Governor's Message. Gentlemen of the Senate and House of Representatives: - - s c ""w., will account lot tho brevity of the com-1 . va, lacoirpWowhu ih3 proTi.ncVour'0' Conslitmioi,wLich require, the Governor to "comtnunici-.e to lho Uuucral Asseia-1 lf the condiiioo of ibe Stale, nml iecmn. mend such meaiurea a, he taiv dci m kx- j'edient," I (ljrcs you " 14 The condition of tav l.e.thli fnr ih. few weeks, and mv Dresent tndienr,ii,r.n . :n . f . .." . . r - 1 xsumcntion Your well known characicr for intelli gence and cipeiience as leyisliucra makei Jt necessary, only, that you be put in pos aession of the true condition of ti.o aflaiis .of lhe State, to enable you to adopt such legislation as th welfare of (,ur common cousiilucn's demands. The past year has been one oY severe Ubor to bII concerned in tho adminUua lion of the (jovernment ; and I take pleas uro in hcar...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 8 January 1864

HOME DEPARTMENT. jfesT-8o much of our space It occupied by tbo Governor's Moasgo, that several articles aro Decorsarily deferred until noxt week. r-it ii to gflnoraiiy boiierod thai the! draft hat boon postponed, though no official order to that effect hai heoo published Whon it ii to oomo off loomi uncertain lomo to; the 15th of thia month probably not later than the lit of February. Moan whllo, the indicationi are that Congress, on (he recommendation of tho President and Secretary of War, will provide for tbo pay ment of bounties, as heretofore. On Monday last, more than half of' j no i nun quota oi men 'iiiuer iuo tail call f the Treiidont. reDorled to tho Hoard of' .. . t-urollmont at Warren. A few more are: jet wanted. Khali thev not boraiiod buforo. tbe coming draft ? ar-Wo copy from tho Washington Chronicle an oblo and well-timed articlo. from tho pen of Jobn II. French. E-q., for merly editor of the Pulnoavillo Telegraph, urging upon Onngroii tbo establishment of t Bureau of...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 8 January 1864

A Touching Story. Tha Providonoa papors toll iho following tor j or Mr. James O. llnskoll, a native of Pawtucket, nearly sixty Joart of (go, who Vie recently arrived from Grave count, Kentucky, about thirty flvo milo from IV ducsh, where ho linn been forced to leave a valuable farm of 100 acres, and a comforta ble home, in corutquonco of bit Union sen timents t IDeserted by wifo and family who aro strongly In Sympathy with tho rehull, savo a daughter who resided In Missouri, and whoso but bind, by tho name of Taylor, killed by guerrillas more llion a yaar ago t a son lo the rebul army, who was tukon prisoner at Port D iniU'in and carried to Chicago, And upon hi exchange, again ro-cnli(tod. ml wo, a. Mr. It. supposes, killed at tho battle of Chattanooga 1 nnnnyod by guerrilla -" Mdtn ma luusiBiuiivu iimi neon laxen from him, and ho in common with Ida neigh bora had been forced to tot-k protection un der tha Fodnrul guns at Pud uc ill ; thoso re a fow of tho many sufferings this loyit...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 January 1864

MtffztB J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 tihtktg Ntmapaptr, D "t Pi8""'Pnblitan prinriyUt.gtncatlon, Gempecance. Cittratnre, ajrlenUnre. ana tl,t Xt, of th,e Da8. TERMS-.$ 1,50 per Annum, VOL, xv, m. 3. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY, JANUARY 15. 1801. WHOLE NO. 731. The Jcffcrsonian Democrat. It ri'BUSHED EVERT FRIDAY M0RK1K0, AT CHARDON, Geanga County, Ohio, 0 on the vial fid of lh Public Squurt.di' recti) over Wilkin 6 Kelle't blurt. , T BUM 8 i iftildlnadvance, $150 f n o I pn id within the year, goo icy V 1 1 kinds of merchantable producetaken In payment, tt tho market price. ..NnpanarJiseoiuiniiBd until all arrearages r paid .except at the option of the Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Lisil ADVERTistMEjiTs will lie inserted as Isllows: SOcts. a square, first insertion; each j bsnquont insertion, 25 cts. n square. BiTstxess Advertisements willbclnsorted at lis following rates: One Squarethrce insertions $1 00 " " two months, a " " throe months, 3 00 " " six months, 4 00 '...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 January 1864

Toe Jcffcrsonian Democrat, julius" o. converse, EditcrT 1)1 1 2 11 I I II I I II L ll I II 1 t I I V I tOl' I ii i i i i i u.i 1 1 1 1, that we havo no room lor common's. jttrTbo iiiaiutirai Addicts' of Oowm'r rtrnnoh ail an numh . rr. . . i. uuPn nueen nmcn i i oursp.ico tint week, Gen. Garfield on the Bounty Question. Io tho ll iusenf Representatives, on tho 6h Inst., Mr. Fjnmtotth, of from tho, VOtnm tOU .!! A itnfl AHiIrl rnnArin.) . , . ' Joint roo.utlo.i providiiiB that tho bountini horotofoio paid to men onlisting in tho ir.ili- tary sorvico of the oumrr. fl.nll contiin.n " to bo paid until tho first day of M irth Tho resolution wm B.lnpttd by a votvt of iiaycas to 3 iiayt, Mossrt. Oilfield and Orinnoll alono voting in tiio ne uiio. In tho course of tho debate on tho resolution, uon. Uarnold tpoko as follows : able when aiion Winnies before the Hou-e met this mom- inz; but, il 1 understand Ihe mr.tter enr- recily Irom the public jamais. U-,c rn-,no'n!n quest of the President ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 January 1864

HOME DEPARTMENT. The Exhibition. Tho Inil EibJbltlon given by tho jonog ladios and gnntlomon of Ihii pluoo, was mora perfect success than evon tho two pro lous ones, bo groat was tho crowd on Frl- da; evening, that it was concluded, for tbo boned t of thoso who had fuilod to obtain art. mission, to ropoat tbooturoiioi on Saturday cvonitig, whou largo audionco woro again present. The receipts of the two evenings amounted to loafing at least $78 tho disposal of the Soldiers' Aid Society, af tor poying all tho nocotsary oxponsos. Tho principal drama was "Tho Lady T. irons " This rlrAmft mm alt 1r nn ahn h.n rond It or soon it aotod, Is longthy and diffi cult; but it Is not too much to say that, rvorything considered, all tbo charactori w oro wotl, and somo of (horn admirably sns tniiiod. That amusing and Instructive) com Cily, known by the euphonious nam a "Toodlee, ' was porfnrmsd cnpitally, and "brought down the housu" with froquont lilirma nf Iminhtni Tho . roinling Out tho Happy La...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 January 1864

Provisional Governments for State Restoration. toration. The Kill of Mr. Ashley, of Ohio, which ill shortly beconeidcied by Cuijrress, is worthy of Attention as the. initiative of t one of the most important mailers in the view of tv.ir present statesmanship the ' government and education of Ihoit-povl sesseel districts of the rebellion. This' bill accords wiili (he I'rcsi .-n i i: 1 niesn;e I find proclamation, provides fur provibioii.il tui.itiuv Governments over (he conno-vl in rebellion, and authoriccs the loyal cni- tens to ordain?. . State (tvnoiiirncnls. The I 1 resulrnt win nnnoinl for evei-v n.hi.l I 1 riots. Military Governor, who will hive the civil ..nbbtrntion until S.,. CW-j IVTT !?, mf V0" Clec.cj. "Wheutiver Iho people cli-sire ' .hee ortJiniz-ttior.s: of Sute Governments ;. the Military Governor is to order au in-1 l-olmatit of the Joyal electors. Assouan' ihn t.Mrr,i, , . f ii i ., i ,,' iho number of tie latter wi.l be equal to f v, ;,m, v, wlu ai me riu.iiicn-1 l...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 22 January 1864

Mat Mil ttum emoctm J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. a to.i, ..,, p..t., ,tt pu...,,.,,., tt Pty.tlb, prt.t,h.,e.t.HW, emCT,,,cu..u,,au.lt.:, t . pMrimM.j i4 an VOL. XV. NO. 4. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22. 1861 WHOLE NO, 732. The Jeffersonian Democrat IS PCBLISnED BVERT FRIDAY MORNINO, AT CHARDON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. J. O. CONVERSE, Proprietor. Office on lie Weal Side of the Public Square, directly over Wilkim &. Kelley'a Store. TERMS. If paid in advance ..... ai,S0 If nut paid within the year 4.00 , fcAll kinds of Mnrehnntable Produce taken in payment, at the Market Price. INo paper discontinued until all Arrearagee re paid, except at the option ol the Proprietor. KATES OP ADVMtTISIJTtt. LcotL Advertisements will be inserted aa fol lows! 50 conta a fc'quaro. fust insorlioiij each ubseriuent insertion, 25 cents a Square. ftrsiNisi Advertisemekts will be inserted at the following rates: One Square three insertions " " two months.. " " three months.. " " eiz months.....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 22 January 1864

Tiic Jcffcrsonian Dcmocrtitt l. JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. cuarco,'u !ii o, Fii i nij, m.n, inf. Signs of Promise. 'Watchman, ivll tin or tbs nlrrht. VVIiti its signs 1 1 promise are.'1 Our readers will bear us wi'noE thai,! 11, at fur, during the progress o( IheWnri'" for the Lnion, we have seldom, if ever, Indr-lged in exravng,D, hope, of speedy triumph. There have been ,imc,,i, is true. when several signal nod rparcntlv c"e- cisive victories in succession blessed our arms, and drove our enemies almost despair, and it was impossible, at such times, lo repress the feeling of exultation itnd hopefulnesi which would instinctively spring up in tho breast of every loyal man; but there havd also Leen times of dark and -tearful disaster, when all brows were and all hearts filled with sad-1 ese, and only an unwavering faith in God and (lie justice of our eau.'e, which rose! rilKlimnl.1 nt.n... .11 A ! . . !. . ,.i..ji iiuun uii uiiucumcs and cun Rers, would permit us to Iiodo for ultimat...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 22 January 1864

HOME DEPARTMENT. jC-rrTue snow storm of iho first of ihU tree!; is said lo have been tlio severosl nnd most extensive ever known in tbls lection. The snow is two feet deep on the level.nnd to badly drifted that the roads, in many places, aro almost impassible -ra-n.!n i it,. 1.1. " -.'.-a .i iuiiiuiiu ucmg uiocu "ded witb mow between Clevelmt nnd Puinesville, we bad received nt Cleva. land papers for two days, at (lie time we trent to press. Hence a deartb of news. JtSTThe Court of Common Pleas is now in session, Judge Chaffee presiding. Business mostly unimportant. Several i idiclments have been found by the Grand Jury, all for tnioor offenses. JW Picnie Suppor and Dnnee was Rion at mo noioi of Mr. r. Ladow, at tho contor of Itussoll, on Friday evening last, lor tho benefit of the Soldiers' Aid Sooioty or that township, tho not proceeds of wbiuh amounted to $27. As will bo seen In anothor column. K V. Cnnfiuid is still acting as agon! for tho ataunch old J3;na Insurance Co. Ho atto...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 22 January 1864

The Set of the Tide. the C I day of Dccombor, the Now burjport Herald, a fnpor which has por istootly opposed nil those mcasuroi and purposes usually denominated "Radical,"! and favored tlio most scrupulous "Cour.orr-! tWoi," gave ottornoco lo Ibo following laoguago : "Three years bro Jo -day, John Bmwn died executed fur tromsn by order of Hon ry A, Wife, who, iinco then, has bimscl been ono of Ibo cMof of traitors. Then the groat majority of tho country iloclar.J liii execution just i now that satno majority uses the war for llio accomplishment of tho eame oud lie had in view. Wbat a chnngn has coino over us in throo yours ! Then slavery was rninpnnt In Washington, mid now emancipation is tlio word on tho satno pot wboro tlio Goddess of Liberty ia r-p-roiootod as bonding nvor to unslnokloa no gro. Then Wondoil Phillips darod not go to Chirlestown to dofutid Jjlm Rrown, but Vullandigham mi thero to question him. Now Wondoil Phillips would bo welcomed in that city, and Valhindighnm, ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 29 January 1864

t f 0 - ilitt HI J. 0. CONVERSE, Froprictoi TERMS"$l,50per Annnm. 0011 VOL. xv; NO. 5. CHARD01V;GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FKIDAY. JANUARY 2001. '. The Jpfcrsoiiian Democrat IS l'l'DUSIIRD EVBHT FRIDAY MORNING. AT CHARDON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. . J. O. I'ONVEKSti, Proprietor.' Office on the West Side of iho rubllc Square, directly ovor Wllkina ft Keller's Htoie. TERMS. , If paid In advance r)0 It not paid within the year -2 00 , fcjTAII kinds ol Merchantable Produce taken in payment, at too Market Price, BJ-No pnperdiscontimicd until nil Atreara?rs are paid, except at the option ol the Proprietor. HATi:s OP ADVhltTISIM.'. Ltaib ADveitTisKwcitTa will be inserted as (ol. lows. 50 com. a r-'quaro. first insertion: each uhwqiienl Insertion, 25 cents a Fquare. tu. Aovwwxti will U inserted at tne In liiufiiK. mi.M One (Square three ineerllons " ' two months.... " " three months.. " " eix months... . $1.0 2 2. 3 00 1.00 . 6,00 12,00 SO .00 VO.OO ' " nnn vnnr. I)aU Column six n.oiiths " ono year One ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 29 January 1864

TlicJcffcrsonlanDcmocrat JULIuForcOSYES'sE7Laior7 The Doom of Slavery. Every intelligent observer of parsing events knows that Sin very Is a doomed Institution ; yet comparatively few, we believe, rclia liow near is its complete nd final ez'lnc.ion. Tbe doom of Slaver is no longer a consummation of of the distant future, to be opxtously awfliied perhaps for centuries, but an nc tual verity of tho present. Tbe evi dences are unmistakable and innumera tie, and are astounding even to tbosc who havo toiled for years, and endured all manner of persecution, to advance the unpopular cause of Emancipation. Tlio New Yotk Trilunt says : "That Slavery is oa its very last legs in Maryland, we presume no one will deny. The slaveholders give it up, finding the attempt to retain and proGl by their chat tels under existing circumstances a losing business. Slavery in Maryland has lonjj enough been exhausting her soil, retard ing ber progress, diminishing her popula tion; but nil this availed nothing...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 29 January 1864

HOME DEPARTMENT. wr-The Oort of Common Pleas ad Jonrnod on Thursday. Tbe term was a rery laborious ooa, an unusual amount of busi ness being disposed of. Moat of tbe Iiiuoi arete Important, but not of public Intoroit. iGT'Tbe Conneaul Reporter appear! In new dress. It li one of the most enter prising of our cotetnporarioa, and we are pleated to lee It looking so well. srWe are In receipt of the Atlantic Monthly and tbo Continental Monthly for February, both of which ere Interesting and valuable numbers. JS-A Matquerado and Fancy Droit Ball la to come off at the Chardon Homo, noit Wedneidny nigbt, Feb. Sd. Muslo by Ulley it Rogers' Band. Ladioa will preaent Iboir tickots of Invitation at tbe door. Admiiaion tickets may be obtained by gontlomen at tbe bar. Tea mi will bo loot for tbe tadlos at 8 o'clock. Geauga County Agricultural Society. Tbe Geauga County Agricultural Society, pursuant to notice, mot at Gltmdonlng's Hall, Doloa Williams, President, In tbo obair. Tbo Secretary not bo...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 29 January 1864

llmn Otkb woim A valuable niodlcay maik to gieu bulow t The majority of; tbo fatal d'tcato arising from oror-wnrk are now discovered. Give human being over-won ami ameiont food, and ho It tho victim of diarrhea and dysentery, Oio him overwork nd bad air. and ho ls Urn victim of consumption. Oivo h.m ovor rooiitnl work, wiih whatever n!r nnd what for - fond, nnd be is tho Ttctioi of bruin disease, nnd ono or oihor of In sequence Intimity, par.ilysig.diauntas.promaliiro donlh In any cnsoi -dentli by suicide not unfio quontly. Give him over-wotk purely t in si- cat with nir, with fond, and the laboring neajrt, trying to knnp tip against Ifswourl- Wi succumbs j and to tho oor woikcd mith, boatman or wond-hrnvnr, fulls smi- donly, not inoro bonnrod thun tho ptiz.. fishier or to day, or tho Hoot slnvo and gladiator of a past and nioro barbarous ngo. Dr. Itit.haiUton. A Wcukixo Hcinr.xr Tho itory is tnlil cf a tomporanco man, who, lining at a wed ding, s asked to drink the brido's health l...

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