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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 11 March 1864

m,m jcnersaii . , . J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. VOL. XV, NO. 11. CHARDON, GEAUG COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. MARCH 11-1804. THE BEST THE CHEAPEST! INSURE WITH THE Insurance Company, HARTFORD, CONN. o 1. rillK A ISLAND NAVIGATION RISK'S accepted. now ns heretofore, at fair rain ana libera I conditions 8. IllTSINKSS CONDUCTED with con- taut dispatch and accuracy. 8. LOSSES met with promptness and com plete justice. NET ASSETS, January, 1861, $3,002,550,39. 4. TIIF PLAN & ORGANIZATION of the JEia, alter 45 years' severe trial. has realized the greatest public advsninge and success 01 tne various systems ni r ire insur mice in tlia rouutrv. Ia now bettor than ev er prepared for duty. 5. 16,000 Loss Claims have been settled and paid. 10 .WILMUN OK DOLLARS! . THR CONSUMPTION OP PROP JCItTY ItY I I Hi:, in tlto United States. averages over fioo.ouu daily 1 your prop erty exposed and unprotected! ?. ARF YOU INSURED! If not. why not! The com is trifling; theduty is mant le!; the result mar be y...

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. — 11 March 1864

Tiic JcircrsonlanDcmocnU . .- ; JTDLIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. CLunrjoi, oaio.FniD.iT, inrui! n, ish Time for the Payment of Bounties Extended. tended The lli T?t;nste, on 3 inst,, in accord Mice with n rr-r-ornrnentl.ition of (lie Sec retary of VVur contained in a note lo lion. Henry WiUort, passed the joint resolution of the flonse providing for an extension of the lime for the payment of bounties lo the first of April. This action is consiilcioJ as equivalent to a postponement of the draft, which it is hoped will be unneces sary. Recruiting seems lo be progress ing Dilskly in all quarters. Over fi.OOO bave enlisted in this State, in ono week. toe (secretary ot War, in bis noto to Senator Wilson, said : First, that, in his opinion, the requisite troops can be more fxpcdi'.iously raised by continuing the payment of bounties limn by any other means ; second, that nt present great ex erlions are btinij miJo in the several Slates lo raise their quotas by volunteers, so as (o avoid a dra...

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. — 11 March 1864

HOME DEPARTMENT. The Quotas—Veterans. The following aro the quotas of tho lor oral Townships of thli County i Auburu, 10 ( Bainbridge, 11 1 Burton, 19 1 -,nostor, t cnnraon, 33 Ularldon, ill iiuntstiurg, i mmbtlon, 12 Mnnson, Middlouold, 14 Montvlllo, 12 t Now I is, nt. . n .. ... , ....... ..,, U UUSB8II, 191 ; Tbompion, 17 j Troy, 10. Total. 245, Vntorana bare boon oreditod at fpllowl I Mlddlonold, 4 t Russoll, 3 Muoton, 8 Montrllle, 0 1 Newbury, 4 Park man, 4 j Choitor, 14 ( Clarldon, 1 Troy, I Hamb don, 11 1 Chardon, 7) Iluntsburg, S Bur too, 1 1 Tbompion, 8. Total, 71. The School Exhibition. In tbla village, on Friday ovoning of Inst week, proved sucb a necoss that it waa doctded to ropoat It tho luxt evening. Tbo not proooodaof tho two evenings amounted lo about' f57. The crowd, the first ovenlng, wai very great, and, the accond, all that could bo expected. Tho parte woro all performed exceedingly well fur auch an occasion, and gavo evidonee of unusual caro aod labor iapropara...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 11 March 1864

LEGAL NOTICE. 7&;&W l ' c-oc.,. r.c, firaatus dpou.cr, 1'laliiiiQ,) vs. I Joseph W. Champlin, -Civil Action. Jamoa vl.C'hanip'in.el al., I Defendants. J riMlK aatd JjaepU W.Chnui.iIiii and James M. .a. unsnipim, uc-lcnutiuts, ium are non-rosi dents ol ' tira State ol Muu, will tako null tliat on mo lltlidiy ol IcUruary, A.. D. ItHH, the laintlfr. Krasiu- Sjnoor, tiled intliaoHice ot the Clerk ol suid Curt, bis petition nxnuiM litem and others, setting lorth In s ubstance that t lie sail plaintiff, with lirl Scelcy, Harvey Cram and Gpiiitimin U. Woodlmr. prior In llio 2.Mli day.it January, A. I IS j'J, executed and deliv- trsJ to aaid Joseph V. Cliauiilin ih.'il thrtr several u .tea, each ion ho hum nl liii'O.dnlcd respectively laniiaiy M, January I 1 1 la, 13i7. and February Jd, lb57. which said acvcral promissory notuaen.h were given lor the sumol 2o.W miney loaned by suid Joseph W. to aaid Vlaimitf, t ram, Si eley and Woodimrv. on.l whiolt uotea were payable lo aaid Joeph ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 18 March 1864

Mfftm zmotv&t ontnn J.O. CONVERSE, Proprietor. .!Il!i'A!!e' ,''"''?,ntftn rn'0'ntalonttmptrantf,Ctttratarl2lgritoltnrt, ant ttje Ntto of tl) Dag" TERMS-- 1,50 per Jnniinu VOL, XV, NO. 12. CHARDON.GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 18. 1864. THE BEST -18- THE CHEAPEST! INSURE WITH THE Insurance Company, HARTFORD, CONN. o 1. FIRE A INLAND NAVIGATION RISK accepted, now a. heretofore, al fair raies ana UDerai conaiuoni t. BUSINESS CONDUCTED with .on slant dispatch and accuracy. LOSSES met with promptness and com pletejustice. Jr. TT' NIST ASSETS, JannarjV18C4, $3,002,55G,39. . THE PLAN & ORGANIZATION of the jElna, alter 45 years' aevere trial, ha. rsanitm we greuieai puuuc advantage and aucoeu of iho various systems of Fire Insur ance in the country. Ia now better than ev. r prepared for duly. I. 16,000 Loss Claims have been settled and pniu. ill ivibiiiun ur UULLAKSI 0. THE CONSUMPTION OF PROP KK1I HI rtliBi in tba United Stales, averages over (100,000 daily. Is your prop arty ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 18 March 1864

The Jeffersonian Democrat . , JULIUS OCONVEESE, Editor. cui rooxTo iiToTfri d a tTmTiich isTisiBi. Mr. Chase and the Presidency. The following loiter from Hon. Salmon P. Chase, fthoounclng his withdrawal as a candidate for the Presidency, will be retd with peculiar interest : WASHINGTON, March 5, 1864. i topWto a friendly Utter frem yon. wrnto youN-lefly not long go, about l'5o wishes, expressed by "mini j-, that my nmno might bo favorably rogardfii hf the Tcoplo in their next cholco of n President! and closed by saying that, should our friends in Ohio manliest it prelorenco for another, I should aceopt their docisioti with tho ready acquiescence due from our who has been already trusted and U'-.norod ty the.n beyond merit or expectation, Tho recent action of tho Union Mam tors of bur legislature Indicates such a preloronco. It becomes my duty, thoio-l lore and 1 count it more a ptivilugo than oury to o mat no inruiur cousidcra tion bo given to my unmn. It was neror moro important t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 18 March 1864

HOME DEPARTMENT. rOur columns are to crowded that wo are compelled to omit tomo advertisements, which will ro appear next week. Adver tisers will pleaio eiouie tbe omission, as It is unavoidable. J&syDryant, Btratton Si Felton's Com tnorclal Collogo, Clovotaod, wboie meriti we bare boforo ooticod, li itlll In very prosperous condition. Ai Hi wetl-foundod reputation extends, the pationago It ro ooives steadily Incroasos. We would again commend tbii Institution to ell who desire to acqulro thorougli and complote com' merclal education, In tbe ihortost possible time, and with tbe least possiblo cxpenio, !-Mr. Cot, the Jeweler, contlnuoi to do businoss at bia now aland, near tbe Diaoiplo Church In this village. He It a ahillful and sporionccd workman, and we bolieve is re volving a liberal ibare of publio patronago. Tribute Respect ot the of Alfred Witter, deceased. 7a tkt Ofietrt and Memhere ef Ckardnn Lodge, JVo. 93, F. d- A. M. i Your Commiltee'designated to present fitting Iieso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 18 March 1864

LEGAL NOTICE. Q.S,.&."j I Court of Common Fie... Cnstus Spenctr, Plaintiff, Ti. I Joseph W. Champlin, rCivil Aoiin. Jemae.H. Champlin, el al., ) ueiendanle. I -.. ... ....... . . I rk i- f V jhl,mpu "d Jm'' v.. -,. .,., uviriluiMlin, WI1V DIH1TC31 rest ' . ih vanuoi ma Sluts ot Ulilo, will take nolle on ma llth day of February, A. D. 1864 laintiir, brasiua Spencer, hied In tha office .... i .mu vourt , nia pennon ogninm tlt.m and o,ltrr,..ctin forth In aubatance that thaaa jd plaintifl. with iJrl Seeley, Harvey Cram and B-nian n Wood buYoV in. dar ol Januarr. A. I) IH.'.ti. lwntrii anddoliv red lo aaid joaeph W. Champlm their three aeveral u..tee,cli forlheaum ol :t000,dated raapaotively January 3d. 18S7, January Mth, I8i7.and Kenruary 3d, W57, which aaid aeveral rromisaorynoiea each were given for the sum of Z8")J monev loaned lv aaid JomidIi W. to Bold plaintiff, Cram, ticeley and Woodbury, and utttea were payable to aaid Joseph W. Ch mplin or bearer, with interea tat ten perc...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 25 March 1864

Che Jkffera tmocvut otitatt J, 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. Uttkl W0POP m VOL, XV, NO. 13. CHAUDQN.GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 25. 18C1. MIBLI8IIFD KVEBT FRIDAY IJORNINO AT CHARDON, GEAUGA CO.. OHIO. J. O. COlWriKE, Proprietor. Offisa on tho Wmi Side of the Publl e Squar llrsstlv ovtr Wilklna & Keller's Slur,. t'KIOIS. If paid In advance S)l.MO H not-pald within the year.... li.OO J-All kinds of Merchantable Product takan in payment, at tiie Market Price. 17" No pupal-discontinued until all Arrearage, tr, paid, except at the option of the Proprietor. KATKS OF ADVhHTISINr.. Lien, Adymtisements will be inoeried a, fol low,: so cents a Fqunro, first inserlion: each aubnquent Inserlion, 25 cent, a Squarn. Ucinms Advertisements will be inserted at the following rate,: uae square three insertioha " " two montha " " three months... ... u " aix month, .T. .. $1,00 2.25 3 00 4. CO 6,00 12.00 20.00 20,00 " 1 one year flalf Column six rr.ontha.. " " ono year One Column aix months.. " " ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 25 March 1864

Till JlTrnili'lll nPlllflfri'l V tiivioiuiiimniuiU.l n,'Z .7; "." 3 4 ULlua u. bwa vivax., staler. CflUlDOX, n:ilfl, FniDJV, .11.1IUII 2, A Prospective View the Policy of the Opposition. The policy tc be pursued by the so- failed Democratic rmrtv. in the adoption of a Presidential platform and the nom-s piaiiorm ana the tiom mniioa 01 a riesiucnttui CTnilidnle, is a .v; it. !.... . i ... J ... ,... .. . . specnm-.ion. v 111 tne mniortty ti its lexers, like Mr. James Ilrooks. of New York, accept the fnct that Slavery is dead, nnd asl aocordinglV, mnliing iio conccs-1 ions 10 treason 110m lavor 10 dial sj- Inm ttliila ftiimantlini. n .i.,r.i.Mu rv.-L.. ' "-""li ..". ins eution of the war ; or will llicy adopt the peacc-at-nny-price .policy of ValUndig-! lis in and his followers ? Will tl.cy nomi-, rate a Pence or n War candidate ? Will they be uniied or divided ? Such ques tions os these nre bein discussed by .... 1 . , rnany Lmon jaunt.l.. m:h vanous con-1 elusions. Jor our own part,...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 25 March 1864

HOME DEPARTMENT. XiTThcre this wed. ! a dearth of looal news jCJTWe woulJ remind our reader that the time for the payment of bouiv tie bag not been extended beyond the firet of April. Now is the time to Gil the quotas. JtiTWe are indebled to Lieut, Hansard, of the 41st O. V. I., for a Sesesb. spelling book. It it a literary as well as moral curiosity. X3TA aon of Mr. Eiins Strong, of Thompson, belonging lo the Army of lie Cumberland, died recently of measles, His remain were brogjlit ttf Tliomoson. 1 -....:'.. . I - . i I where they were interred on lliursunv ol last week. 1 To Dairymen. As a number of persons in this and ad joining Counties, have writlen to me, making inquiries in reference to the prices being paid for milk at the Cheese Facto ries about bere, I will say, through the press, that the lowest price that has .been paid, is 10 cents per gallon ; and I am In formed that sales have been made as high us H to 12 cents. 1 have also been in formed thai a large quantity has be...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 25 March 1864

Our Military Correspondence. FROM THE NINTH BATTERY. TULLAHOMA, TENE, March 11th, 1864. Fbiksd Converse: Our "retoranifM' comrade, boon gone now fur inmn time, nd thoj are probably enjoying, for a happy though hriof coinpnnfntinn pciiotl, iho re ward of thoir re-unlon with iho OiiJ Union ; I bile wo arc kept from spoiling by a Itbonl kllovanea of duty, (hit Ivaroa mi cryo f ir any lo cfimpluin of rnmii lucky, tonpor- https for homo-sickness mtiit bo a ilouoo of a distemper, if ntio diiro J mlo from the elongatod cnuntoniwcf"! of snmo froa'i ro erulli, who tow it aUays ratnj when thnir turn of guard comet around and, at this onson of tlio ypr, von mav giro thorn cnl- Hfor the truibful ossorlion. cupociullv to-; ... You are perfectly aware Hint, tu wo nr situated, wo cm giro no account of bittles j till wo aro osnful parts nf our L":iclo'a R-:b-crushing machine; and, if any itntg'mo that, Ibui Idling, our thlrtoon dollar a month aro too easily corne l, ho would lay your pres once ia o...

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

Jeffets ff J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor, lUtckl2 tw0Wr' VOL, XV, NO. 14. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY, APRIL 1.1801. WHOLE NO. 742. The Jcffcrsonian Democrat II rUDLISIIED EVERT FRIDAY M0RHIK0 AT CHAKOON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. J. O. CO.wmtSi:, I'l-oprictor. O flits on the West Side of the Public Sijuaie, dlrsstlv over Wilkins & Kellcy's Stoia. TERMS. If paid in advance . fl.SO 1 1 nut paid within tlio year i.vo tttr.MI kinds nf Merchantable 1'roduce taken in payment, at tiio Market l'rice. IfrNo paporrilscontinued until all Arrearages ore paid, rxcopt at the option of the Proprietor, it AT10S OF ADVkltTISING. Ltsit. Aovkstisf.msnts will be Inserted at fol low.: 50 cent n t-'qnaro, first inrortiun; each ubsa.uet insertion, 25 cents a Square. ilrsintas AnrEi;Ti5tiK.NTS will be inserttd at (lie lullonina rales: Ose Sjiiaro throe insertions " two months " " three nioutfas u " six months t,00 2.85 3 00 4.00 6 00 12.08 SO.(M) 0,00 ' " " . one year".. Hair Column six months " 14 one ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 1 April 1864

APIUL 1, 1861. The Me rsorclrtn Democrat foiiwfo. CONVERSE, Editor. CDARDO!!, 0111(1, FRIDAY, APRIL 1, ISC 1. The Democratic State Convention. The Democratic "(Copperhead) State Convc-ntiou met at Columbus, on the 8 3 J ull , and orgnniieJ by electing George Hex, of Wayne, President, anj Amos Layman, of the Ohio Statesman, Secre tary both McClellanitesI The election of four delegate to llio ' National Convention at Chicago being in order, the Vallnndighammera nominated, C.m.,.1 V.,.tr, lion TT Pendleton. M.i n' wtll.ii .t Vm M Pnrrr ! and the , McClclIanites Wm. Alien, Geo. V. Mor-; can, A. G. Thurman and It P. Rmney. j' i .r,u n l f 1 1 1 1' 17 II I M H llluuiiuiu ..IV v. Vallandigham. which was greeted with Preat aDDlause. Allen," Thurmnn and ," , ,, , .i,ofi. i,.n, l W Tan id b Vail nd W arn All other cand.date, but V. lUnd.am and Ranney, were then withdrawn. An tpfTnrt wan mndn In tloet UnnnrV liv HC clamation. but failed, the martyr Vmn-ibIu digham being too strongly suppcrted ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 1 April 1864

HOME DEPARTMENT. Qootas for Geauga County Under the Last Three Calls. (To which if drafted, 50 per cent, with be added.) Townships. ' 6()0,0U0 200,000 Total. Calls. Call. 10 8 24 11 6 17 19. 10 29 12 (1 18 23 1 3 14 7 il 13 7 20 12 6 18 15 8 33 14 7 21 1J 6 18 18 0 27 17 8 28 14 7 81 17 0 ' 28 16 8 24 245 128 371 Auburn, Itainbridgo, . Burton, Chester, Chardon, Clurldon, lluntsburg, lUtnbdmi, M union, MiddleAeld, Mootrlllo, Nawbiiry, Purktnan, RuSSOll, Thompson, Troy, ' Totals, 'but I of by ne jSyjE'ectlons for Township and Corpora tion officers will ba hold throughout this Siate, oo Monday next, the 4tti init. Death of Eli Bruce. It gives us much pain to annntinco that our friond and formor townsman, Em BiteoB, I (a doad. lid diod at bis lute residence in Aurora, Port ago Co., en the 23d ult., ngod S3 yean. Tho announcomont, though not unexpected to such as bad boon awaro of bia condition for many months, will fall like pall of sadnosi upon the hearts of all who knew him. Mr. Druco...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 1 April 1864

Important Proclamation—The Sale of Spirituous Liquors on Election Days. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, OHIO, COLUMBUS, March 1, 1864. ThoTolloing onncunont oi' tho (jmr;il .Awmbly of 'ho Stuto of Oilo is published for general lutornutlon : JOHN BROUGH. As Act la ur.proii tho s!d of s'riMion Injurs within this Suite Uin tlia iliys of election. 84:0.1. V il tnp l-' I b i l!n (1 nri-itt .Is nf th Sl-i- of O'i'o, Tint it shall bo unlawful for any pjrs.vi within this statu In soil, birtor or r?;vo awjy any sjvritmim. rosiu m or null U.tm. on ihoiliynf nny oloctiau ho!J within this Stato, Ciin3'.itu;ii'i nil 1 li't thoroifj utvlur I ho I nu I it is huroby m i Ij tlu -1 1 1 y of ois'i an I U P'-'f-inns whi aro nulh mit, I, inl r nr by lift! laws nf t'tU S'.no, or th) ni t:ici;ul rcjnlv timinf any city, tnvn " vill ijj nf tho Suto, to soil or birtor any sjiirilu iui, vino 11 ormth .on, 11 c' uj tlmir roipoctivu est iblijhm juts on tint) dm. A.iy pjrjui offjn ling aiiiHt tlu proviabmi of this net hil...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 8 April 1864

effetsoman entairrat 4 J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. a UJtcklj Newepaptr, DcootcMo t r; e Disscminationof ntpnbliran lPrinttpUfl,CI)utation,tmptrantt,CUerattirf,aflritnltn,anJ ti) Ncns of ih,t DaC. TERMS-$l,50per Annum. VOL. XV. NO. 15. ClIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 8. 18GI. WHOLE NO, 743. The Jeffersonian Democrat II ri'DLI81IKD EVF.IIT FRIDAY M0HNINU AT CHABDON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. J. O. CONVERSE, Proprietor. Office on the Wat Side of the I'ublic Square irectlr over Wilkins & Kelley'stuie. TEKMHi I f paid In advance fl,!0 ) I not paid within the year 2. no ( A II kinds of Mnrchnntablo froduce taken in payment, al l!ie Market I'rice. 3rNo papor discontinued until nil Arrearagee are paid, except at the optiun of the I'roprietur. KATKS OF A DVkKTlSl.Nfi. Ltait, Adveutiskments will be inserted aa ful lowsi 50 cents a Square, first insertion; each subsequent insertion, 25 ccnta a Square. Hosiscss Advertisements will be interted at the lollowius rates: One Square three in...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 8 April 1864

rV i r 1 . iV. .. i n luujciicrsuiiiaiiciiiocrai JOyUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor? r ii ARooxroiiforFiii d v, ap?i t "gj'suTr tjr7T.cn. Grant is nctive in prepnting for the approaching campaign, which, tkere is cv.ry renron lo believe, will sur pass All nrpppilinn. nnm in tl., ...... .1 " V r . nn,! number of its operation,, nnd be dc C1.1V0 Of lhe iim ofjhe war. 3Ti..C!J:' V . on r.,.,,is I J t . 4vi i tic t.''ii " f r M nnf u-i it ia(ia., unu uu,on over- fthli mini, mmmitiiio b Mr. Vallandigham Disapproves of the Action of his Friends. iue lonowinjr it-tier from .Mr. V!!n- lisbam sbows how decplv I. a fcilt the IM. . t K . . . ... injury be has sustained in con9t cuenco of tbo indiscretion of ht friends, in hrin.-in" lilt name before the late Democratic State Convention nt Columbus : WINDSOR, C. W., March 25, 1864. temporary injury by presentni! my name . j ...v., .,.C ., mV ,,. iur oenmoriiii ueiejjate at i,,,. jmc Con Tention nt Columbit?. I am surprised be yond measure, nnd pr;a(y vex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 8 April 1864

HOME DEPARTMENT. Township Election. Tbe Township Election in Ihrs placo passed off very quietly. Iiul ono ticket, end Ih At purely Union, wns tun, .Tlio following oflicers were tlecfi'd : Clerk A. W. Young. Treasurer--John Murray, 2 J. Trustees. Austin Cuuneld, C. A. Vaughn, James Tewing. Assessor Pliineas Chase. Constables L. D. rse, N, II. Parks, Orrin West. Justice of the reace Sim. MagunigaU will critic ol' hy Corporation Officers. The following aro Iho oflicers elect of the incorporated village of Chardon : Mtyor A. II. "Thrasher, re corder II. K. Smith. Trustees I. N. Hathaway, P. XV. CrtiiGeld, A. Cook, L. U. Pease, T. Met-calf. S"Wo invito attontinn to the card of Murray & Canfiulils. B uikors, In another Column. This now firm consists of Mnssrs. John Murray, ad, and B. W. & E. V. Can- Mold, ami is to stiporsodo tho Banking firm rf Ayros Murray, tt has iho olomnnts ol success, and must bo successful. Mr. K. V. Canfluld, Doputj U. S. Collector, bus re moved his ofliuo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 8 April 1864

A Witty Archbishop. "Young Ynricfe contribute to Notos and j Queries tome of Ibe witty layings for which Archbishop Whatoly was famous in Dublin : :What ll tho difference," ho eskoJ of young clorgytnau ho was examining, "bo-1 tweon a form and a cnromony ? Tho moan tog (com nearly tha tames yet titers it n Tory oica distinction." Various answers wore given. "Well," said ho, "it lio in thin you lit upon a form, but you stand upon coruuiony." "Morrow's Library" it tho Mudia of Dublin; mid tho lie v. Mr. Day, a popular nroachnr. "How iuo insist ent," said the Archbishop, "i tho piety of cortain ludiut hero, Tby 50 to D iv for a aermon, and to Morrow for a novel." At a (lienor party bo called out suddenly to the host, "Mr. i i." Thero was silence. 'Mr. .what is tho prnpor female com panion of tbia John Dory J' usu.il numbor of guoises, an nnswor camo, 'Ano.o Cuovy." Doctor Orcgj;tho no bishop, and bo at dinntir. Archbiahnp : 'Cotno, though you aro John Cork, you mustn't stop tho bnttlo l...

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