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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 24 June 1864

Uletno teat. J.'O. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 2. tDecklrj Ntroopaper, Dtrjotf b to Mjt Diflocmination of Utpufcltcan PtintipltB.Cftutot'ton, tmptrantt,Citeratur,2lfiritutturt, ttnb tlje ICcw o! tlje Oaij. TERMS-S 1,50 per Abbiib. VOL. XV, NO. stf. chardon.geauga county, onio, Friday, .tune 24. isoi. WHOLE NO, 751. The Jefferson inn Democrat la ruiaiaiiRn Event vrhiav wonmnn at CHARDON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. J. O. CONVF.USn, Proprietor. Olliee on tho Writ Side of the Publitt Square, directly ovor Wilkin & Kolley'i Store. T Kit MS tfnilil In advance : i,r.o 1 year tl.oo 1 I ii.it nnifl within the T VII kinds f Merchantable Produce takon in pnvment.at toe Markot I rice. 4 fNo papurdiseontinucd until (ill Arrearages are paid, except at the option ol the Proprietor. RAT Kit OF ADVMtTISINU. I.cimi. .DvritTismrHTs will lie inserted a .fol lows! 50 co ii i is a Square, li ret inforlion; each subsequent insertion, 'in cents a Square. tlrsiiis AnvKKTisF.MENia willbo inserted at lie Inllowing llcs:...

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. — 24 June 1864

TliCJcflcrsonian Democrat JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. LIIARDOX. (MHO? Flllll AY, JINK 54. IM. I , For President, A1UIAI1 AM 1TNC0T N li J 11 V 1 1 V H ltllWjyjl.lXi OF ILLINOIS. For Vlcf rrrIU-nt, ANDREW JOHNSON, Of Tennessee. THE UNION STATE TICKET. Election May, Oetolier llili ) Siirme Jiilgo, ( r or theYnlll l.l'THER P.VY.ol Poriogo. 'lo Kill Vacancies,, lnnff Vacam-y, WILLIAM WHITK, l Clarke... Khorl Vacancy, HORACE WILDE,, of Aahinhula. Secretary nf Klnle, . W.M. HENRY SMITH, of Hamilton. Attorney ('enernl, W. P. glfHARKSON. of Monroe. Comptroller of the Treasury, MOSES R.BRA1LEY, of Fuhon, Hoard of Public Works, (For the Full Term,) PHILLIP HK.ltINU.ol Auglaizo. (To Fill Vacancy ,1 JAMES MOlfE.ot Coshocton. jC"We give the latest official war bul letius received up to the hour of going to preis. Later telegrams report continued . and desperate fighting around Petersburg, which the enemy seems determined lo de fend eevery cost. Grant still presses Lira with m'tghly energy, and w...

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. — 24 June 1864

HOME DEPARTMENT. to - -it . . tlon for oiio year or more, will ploase tko .-il- ik.l I.. .I.... . .11 ....... nuiivo iit, uj pajin up mii i luMmus, and for one year In advanoo, before the flnt ef July, they "ill be cbargod but 1,60 por year otherwise, t2,00. jfcsT Particular attention ia called to the holies of Horace Y. Bnebe, Assessor of the1 19th District, In another column. , , . ersoui luieresiea nave DO lime to lose., . m sfiTThe exhibition of Heslor and Co.'s PanoTaroa, on Wednesday evening, was ..... . , , . Well attended, and produced a fa,r urn for the benefit of Ihe Town Hall. Thank to the proprietor for their publio spirit. . " " ickots Tor the Concort to be given, Sit the Baptist Church, on Saturday ovonlna of tbis wook, may ho obtained at Ihe Bank, nd el Wilkios and KoIIhj's Store. ' A floo cutHrtainmont may be exported. Hon. B. F. Wade has our thanks for copy of the Census Report of 1800 n 'yaluabU document. AVThe Metropolitan Circus at traded a large crowd in tbis pl...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 24 June 1864

Tribute of Respect to Joshua R. Giddings —Public Meeting at Montreal. A" meatlnV nf'the oitircna nf MonlHul held at Mechanic' 1U1I on the fi b i . 4t . , . . inst.. to adopt munm of report lo Ihe, memory of Jot-huri U. Cliddliio;. Mayor presided. Addresses were made vy noTi mr. voruurr, ivev. irr. vvnitenn, A. M. Debbie. Wm, Wukeman. .1. J. l)a lhd- Kev. Mr. Dunar. Mr. (Jiddiniji wn declared worthy to he famed with Claik- on and Will,,, force. ' The following res ... , i , . ,.H piunocs were.mnuo find savocnieii in lurn, Itod thAl adopted: i?MOIMr, flint, in View of tlif 1 andden deceitee in mir millut of lion. Joshlll. U. Giddinsri", United Slalea Consul Oem-ral . lor Rritiah North merira and Hip nre- jor DniiBii tMorm vmcrica, anil nipnio esary removal of hia remains lo llio lioine of hia family in Ohio, before his friends and the public of Mnnlreul could oll.-r my testimony of leopect to his memmy. we aenrc.uirougn tun mrpnn? m exprom .... I. :v. . 1 r... I.:. ..i:..i.r.. ...n vn...

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

4 J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. ft lUteltljj Ntwopaptr, Dcuotcb to tl)f Diisimination of ntpnbMtttnprinfipltt.CContaUoit, tmptrantt,Cittratnr,a9ritnItnrr,ano tljt Kta of tljt Pas- TER5LS--$l,50pfr Annum. VOL, XV, NO. 27. CItARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 1. 1861. WHOLE NO, 755. The Jcffcrsonian Democrat IS ri'DMSIIF.D BVEHY fRIOAY M0HNIN0 AT CHARDON, GEAUGA CO.. OHIO. J. O. CONVmiSE, Proprietor. Office on the West Side of the Tublio Square, directly over VVilkina &. Kelley'e Store. TEIliUH. 'Kpald In advance l,f0 1 1 not onid within the yenr 2.10 JKT All kinds of Mfrchnninble Produce taken in p-iyment, (it the Market Price. I rN i ptipnrdiscontiniied until nil Arrenragea are paid, except it tho option ol the Proprietor. . KATES OF ADVERTISING. , Lftiiti. nvEitTisFMFHTS will be inserted as lot lows: SO cents a Square, first insertion; each subsequent insertion, SiS cents n Square. Husinkss Advertisemem s will bo inscrtcd.it tlia tallowing rales: One Square three insertion...

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

The Jcffersonlan Democrat "JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. rninoo.i. ouio, Friday, jilt i, hi. For President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. For Tiff Prpalsfcnt, ANDREW JOHNSON, Of Tennessee THE UNION STATE TICKET. Election Day, Octolwr llih Siiprciiie Jf iitlgca, (For the Full Term ) LUTHER DAVjOl Portage. To Fill Vacancies, Long Vacancy. WILLIAM WMTK.nl Clarke. Short Vacancy, HORACE WILDER, of Ashtabula. Secretary of Mnte, WM. HENRY SMITH, or Hamilton. Attorney rjpnernl, W.P. RICH ARDSON, of Monroe. Comptroller of tKe Treasury, MUSiS8K.BRAU.GY, or Fulton, Board ol Pnblle. Work., (For (lie Foil Term,) PHILLIP HHKZlMi, or Auglaize. (To Fill Vacancy,) J AM Ed MORE, of Coshocton. EjarTho official war bullotins of tho past week havo boon few and mcngor. Sherman has met with a disastrous ropulso. Hard fighting continues In Virginia, but tho ro aults.lu tho main, are regarded as favorable The Fugitive Slave Law Repealed. In noticing, last woek, tho passtign by the House of the bill repealing ...

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

HOME DEPARTMENT. Now is the Time. As Our readers are aware, nearly all coun-1 try papers have already railed tbelr terms to tJ.OO In edvanco. westni lurmsn I lie V, ..,. f in itvafiAA.nfcvlflfr Biitiafri4ifra l r-jm --, the low prloe of f U0. How long we Shall be able io do 10 la uneortaio. It Is. fore, for ine Interest of all wbo doslre tho papor, to pay for at least one joar In ad-1 anno, as they thdroby seoure the benefit of the present terms, Romombor that eveti tho city weeklies now charge f I.fiO, aud that tbere Is no postage on the Democrat within the County. Wbo himself of this privilege ? III not Death of Hon. O. P. Brown. It is our lad duty to announce that ITdO. 0. P. Drown died on Saturday, and vns buried on Sunday last. We bope to le nbls to publish a suitable obituary in our next issue. Meanwhile, tbe follow ing letter, received by Mr. Thrasher, will be of painful interest i RAVENNA, June 27, '64. RAVENNA, June 27, '64. A. H. THRASHER, Esq.-- Dear Sir .' I write in beh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 1 July 1864

General Regulations of the Geauga Agricultural Fair, to be held at Burton, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 20th, 21st and 22d, 1864. 22d, 1864. THE FAIR GROUNDS. trivihof iM villst" ft' lirtit. SM hung pin la , wiiW ttfilot. and '' wiwrMw tll, M.Mrtrk.ii4 M(.tt,.ii. t()f h..f..(,, manti'iM-truea ami tl'fttieailt" prliriit, uriil well ctlrlilUPdi for Hi" 'MiicniuiM 11I iHlnlui or, mill -ltsMf(tpf ih wb.i dm idem, REGULATIONS .Thf flrat day, Titswlfiy, will bt neeitpM In toiling Piix'k mill mlief atil"lfe i,i n (hf !,',?"""! "wl m,f "'X Vf(liniiif and ' 'l liiitx n ft lot In ttti tiiM I .fill A tXtal H ri.ata. 1 1, ..f Mnn sH miking iiiiin-i im hy iliCin iii(((, . . Mtmia,-AII nnlmiil and erllal,. iim.t he pnifif.i( upon (hit l-nk nf 1 l,ii nevttn,r .,.. fore being htoihflil np.n tliolirnun.H. l.xnilili- I 07 are faoneatwl in en'nt fi'ul hum their mil ipcn t arnrm.l A ti.MMtt pw)l.l. Hi i WMh. ml 11 iinn),(i imiil iiipr 1 1 o'i lin k A. M . 1 of llm SIpI, lli ft lli ('miiiii...

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

etttocrat. 0iitait 1. 0. C0NV ER,rr.Prle..,1 a UJnl.lt ... .... , B.,sl. U tl,, PU.n.iingt qHluprtlU..MU..,,wro, Cll.t,, a.rlll., ... ,, .1 ,1,, Ds. TERMSI,MsW VOL XV. NO." 28. 1 CHARDON.GEAUGA COUNTS OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 8. 1804. The Jcffersonlan Democrat II FUBLISnBD RVERT FRIDAT MORMINO AT CHARDON. GEAUGA CO., OHIO. J.O-CONVEltSE, Proprietor. Offi-e on the Went SIJo of the Public Square, diraetlv over Wilkin. !c Kelley'sStur. TERMS. If paid In advanee ...... ... 10 ll nut paid within lha year 8.00 Kr VII kinds of Merchantable Producttaken in payment, at the Market Price. iLTNo paperdiscontinued until all Arrearage! are paid, except at the" option of the Proprietor. HAT EH OF ADVfcRTISINU. (.cat I. AovinTiaEWtNTa will be inserted ai lol-lows-. M conts a Square, first insertion) each subsequent insertion, 23 cent, a Square. Muslims Advertisements will be inserted at the following rates: wne square tnree insertions ji.uv " " two months-.. " three months--" " six months-... 8 5 J OO 4....

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

The Jeflcrsonian Democrat jdLIOS 07cONVEE8E, Editor. cuinoo.x. own, fuiim v, ji tv s, im. For President, ABHAnAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. Ir Vlr rrcMeiit. ANDREW JOHNSON, Of Tennessee THE UNION STATE TICKET. Election Day, Oi;(.ilKr 1Mt 1 Miprriiio J uili', (I 'nr I ho FuUTrrm 1 I.UTHEfl DAY, of IVringc. To l'ill Vacancies, l.nnff Vn'-anrv, WILLIAM WHITE, nl Clarke. Fliort Vacancy, TI()RACK WILDEK.uf Anlnal.uln . Secretin y of Sfrtte, WM. UDNI! Y h.MITII. of Hamilton. Attorney (Joiirrnl, W.P. niCIIAI!)SO.N,of Monro..' Comptroller of the Tronsury, MOSES II. nflAtl.KV, of Fulton, Jl.mrd o( I'nhlle Works, (For the I n1 1 Tcrm.l I'll U.t-lP HEHZINli.nf Aojlnize (To Kill Vacancy.) JAM lid MOHE.ol ('..shoe ton. Resignation of Secretary Chase. Tho country was startled Inst week, by tho nnnoiincomont of tho resinnation nf Hocrotnry Chaso, tnd thn nomination ol lit- Gov.Tod as his successor. (JoUl roso still liighor in conseononco, and, in snmo quar ters, tho greaU'Sl oxoitoment provnilud. While...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 8 July 1864

HOME DEPARTMENT. Exemptions from Draft. HEAD QRS PRO. MARSHAL, 19TH DIST OHIO, WARREN, June 30, 1864. Notice Is hereby fclvon. that, In sceoril- anca with Circular No. 34, Pro. Mar. Qon'l, dalod.Jutio 2,"th, 1801, an j person en rtillod may, at any timo, appear bofnro the Board, and claim to have hii noma atricVon clT tha lilt, if ho can show I'o the satisfaction of Ilia Board, (hat ho la not properly on rolled, on sconnnl of, 1st, Alienage t 2d Kon-rosidonnei 3d. Over Ago 4th, I'orma nont Physical Disability, of tuob dogrce a to render tho person not a proper suhjoct fur enrollment, unJor tho law and regula tions. Civil oflioors, olorgymon, and all othor prominent oltiznna, are Invited In appear, at all liinoa, before tha Board, and point out errori in tho lift, and give tuch Informa tion in tbeir possoaaion, aa mny aid la the correction and revision thereof. DARIUS CADWELL, Capt. and Pro. Marshal, 19th Dist. Ohio. The Sabbath School Celebration at Hambden. On Monday last, being do...

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

The President. . We Ituu; endorse n. ,o. owing irom tbe pen or iDotapson weseoti, ivtq., patriotic editor of the Philadelphia Dif ! "The events of Ihe last '.brce yean hare proved that Abraham Lincoln n an extra ordinary man. Ilia character is peculiar nd strongly marVcd. 'Judgment of hit qualities by the standard which rules oili er statesmen would be a fault, because be It tut gtntrit, and ssems to hare had no prototype by whom be might be fnensur- l. There have been more eliurant aclinl - rt in the Presidential chair ; there have more finished writcra and moreclas- aio orators in that position; but thete has . f . ' """ been no one who has been more honest, to tha country, and more,!,,,, ingle-hearted in his desires to save the life of the nation. lie has been nut to a test suet: as no ruter in this country, or any other, bas been compelled to endure, lie has had to deal with ttiflicultiea, mili taty and civil, for which there was no prcedent; and he has been compelled to adopt h...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 July 1864

MffttB 0tlttttl J.O. CONVERSE, Proprietor. a tUicklg Ncvipapir, Diiot.ftto PUn, TERMS..$l,50pr iniinm. VOL. XV. NO. 29. CHARDON, GBAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 15. 1804. WHOLE 757. The Jcffcrsonian Democrat II PIBUSHED KVtRT FRIDAY MORNIRO AT CHARDON, GEAUGA CO.. OHIO. J.O. CON VEtlSE, Proprietor. Office on the WmI Sldeof Ihe Public Square, alreotlvover Wllkins & Kelley'sSloie. TEIUIS. Ifitltl in advance UN II not paid wiiliin tlia year 8.00 5tX All atolls ol Merchantable Froduc taken an payment, at lite Market Piiue. iLyNo paper discontinued until all Arrearages are paid, except at the optiun ol the Proprietor. KATES OP ADVl.KTISI.NG. LcatL AoviRTiaEMEHTa wilt be Inserted aslnl-Uwi:-SOcenua Square, first insertion) each aubsequent insertion, 25 cenla a Square. Husihkss Advextisebknts will be inserted at lie lol lowing rateai - Una Square three insertions $1,00 " two months 2 Si ' " ' three mnnihs 3 00 " ' aiz months 4.00 " ' one.year--; 6.00 Half Column aix montha 12.0B one ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 July 1864

I lift jfMlPTSflnifin llPmnPrni .......ww.ivvhh JULIUS 0 . C ONVERSE, Editor . ciiaiidox, onio, Friday, jllt h, m.: For President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, r OF ILLINOIS. . rr Vice .President, ANDREW JOHNSON, Of Tennessee THE UNION STATE TICKET. [Election Day, October 11th.] Supreme Judges, (For the Full Term ) LUTHER DAY.ot lVrtag. To Fill Vacanclc. Long Vnrnncy, WILLIAM WHITE, ol Clark. Short Vacancy, HORACE WILDER, of Ashtabula. Kecretnry of NtntP, WM. HENRY SMITH, of Hamilton. Attorney Genernl, W. P. RICHARDSON, of Morlroe. Comptroller of the Tre'iisury, MOSES II. BRA1LEY, of Fulton, Ujur-d of Public Works, (For the Full Turin,) PHILLIP HEHZINjU.of Auclaizo. (To Fill Vaffliicy.) JAMES MORE, of Coshocton. Summary of News. Ida fresidont, in aceordanoo with th joint resolution of Congress, has issued proclamation appointing tho first Thursday of August next, as a day of bumiliatior and prayer for tho people of the United Status, rooommeoding thorn to eonfois and ropont or Ibeir manifold si...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 July 1864

HOME DEPARTMENT. Supplemental Draft in Geauga County. The following la tin of pereous drattod la Geauga County, on ibe 8th of July, to Bll dofloieoosi ttlll existing In quotas of the eoveral townships. Two mon wore dreftod for wf meo required. Tboy wero drawn la the following order, ere lo be 'examined la their order, end, If tbe Aral 100 per cent. are found nt for service, the othera will bo discharged otherwise, Ibe examination will continue until tbe required number Is ob tained. Tbey are all to appear on the 18th or July, Commutation ta allowed if be paid by tbeae men, but cn only bo paid at Aabtabnle t HUNTSBURG. Jamee E Strong. Charles N. Starkey. Joseph L. Bridgeman. Samuel E. Bodman. i. a. i. 4 MIDDLEFIELD. K'isha Ames. Win. Adams. 1. 3. NEWBURY. Edward J. Junks. Jaraol II. Hodges. PARKMAN. Win. B Donoldson. Honry 0. Moore. -During tbe tbundor storm last Sun day afternoon, tbe M. E Ohuroh of this place was struck by lightning, and narrow, ly escaped destruction. The current ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 July 1864

Decisive Battles. There h.i boon vert n.aoh Mid about IhtP Indocisiveness or nil lUe Dattlos or inn war. But, In feet, there have boon mnnv decisive battles. We met look at Iho decisiveness pf Hold actions In three stpoots First. bstllos which are deoisive simply nt the fiotd of which we have a favorable example n Morrreosborn. sna ol en .averse examu , 11, f .D"7-...."' f:, "ri : ..:: ever great surfaces oftho country of which Fort lJ.inolion, which endod tho ar in Kon - tncky-, Pa RiHu, which ended it in Miosou - lijarid Vicksbnrg, which endml it ono tho Mississippi, ere rumple. Thirdly, battles which ero absolutely decisive of tho whoio fortunes of the war and of tho fate i t. ,hB turtles or countries Insolvent ol which iat . . .. . . .. r-apsnolvel had an exitmolo. Professor Oeaav of Enaland wrote a bonk entitled, Tito Fifteen Decisivo Bjtiles of tho n rid. And by decisio battles he mount such bat-1 lies attorto.l mo wnoio c......u u. rnimriU th ret coinbattants, a.t'J rhich, ha...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 22 July 1864

lie.- 'Sifftta 0ttiftn J. 0 CONVERSE, Proprietor. .pgpet.pot to 1 1, Domination of Uepblicn prinlce. duration, (Btp,ra,CUetatra7fi7lt7t Z'Vx'x TERWS$ 1,50 per Annum. mtm 1 . . r ' . VOL. XV, NO. 30. . CIIARDQN.GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, F1UDAY, ,IULY22. 1801. WROT.E N0.753. ' The Jcffcrsoninti Democrat It PUBLI8DBD RVERT FRIUAT MORttlKO AT CHARDON. OEATJGA CO., OHIO. . J. O. COIVVEUSC, Proprietor. Office on llie Wot Side of the Public Square, lreetivovar Wilkins & Kellcy'eStoie. TERAId. Ifo-ild In advance . $1,10 . II not oaid within nix months a .00 WrAll kinds of Merchantable Producetaken n payment, at the Market Price. 'IT No paperdiscontinued unHAll Arrearagea ara paid, .except at the option ot the Proprietor. KATES OP ADVERTISING. Lain Xdvsrtisem'mts will be inserted as lol. lewei 50 cent, a Square, first insertion; each subsequent insertion, 35 cents a Square. Btmvsss Advertiskmhnts willtJ inaerted at' toe iollowins rales, Out Square three insertions " " two months " " three mon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 22 July 1864

T3l InUnPCnriiin l)P!Hnf!'!lf 1111 4 . lie I jvui mil a viii vi ik JOLIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor 7 IMlinflT. 0111(1. FRIDAY. J1IY 22. lit I. For President, ABKAUAtf LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. ' Tor Vict I'rcaltlrnt. ANDREW JOHNSON, Of Tennessee. THE UNION STATE TICKET. [Election Day, October 11th.] Siiiirruic Jiulrs, (Pnr the Villi Term .) IX'THKR DAY.ol l'..naeo. To Fill Vacancies, . I.nnff Vacancy, WILLIAM WHITE, ol Clnrko. Short Vacancy, .HORACE WILDER, or Ashtabula. Mcrrrtnry nl State, WM.HEMIY SMITH, of Hamilton. Attorney (Joncriil, W. P. UICHARIWON. of Monroe. Comptroller of the Treimn r y, . MOSES II. Bll.LRY, of Fulton, Boirrd of Public Works, (For tli Kill I Term,) ' rillLLll' IIF.IJZINU.of Auglnixe. (To Fi !l Vacancy,) JAMES MORE, of Coshocton. iTTlie President calls for 600,000 menthe loudc call yet. This looks like war in earnest. Fremont's Position. It is evident from Fremont's letter of no eeptnnco, that be aims at somelhiqg more than Iho nomination at Cleveland. The af fiC'lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 22 July 1864

HOME DEPARTMENT. Exemptions from the Draft. Captain Cadwull, Provost Marshal of Ibo Nlnetoenth Congressional District, sonds ui the following card for puhlicslion'i Uoed Quarters Provnt Marshal Nineteenth District ol OhH, Warron, July 1 5ih, 'Gi. . Tho Board of Enrollinonl of thu I9ih Distrust f Ohio, -will hold sessions Tor tho elimination of eorolled men, claiming ot emptloti from draft, at tha following times nd pi nc oi i a.i joiiuMito, Ashtabula Co, July 25(h, aOth, and 27th. At Ashtabula, JtthtabulaCo, July 28rh end 99th A, Burton, Geauga Co., August l.t .d 3nd. At Uawonni. Portal. n. A j vi. h""' ou in, -'-. - At Canfiold, Mahonlua Co. Anonat R h Oth, and lOib. Kono should appear for camlnatlon ex copt those who have ruanilust pormanont physical disWillty, ,ucb as dirqualinos for the scrIoe. DARIUS CADWELL. Oaptain and Pro. Mar. 19th.Distriot Ohio, od I'roiidont Board of Eurollinont. " " Political Notice. The members of tha Uuion Central Committee ol Geauga, County are re que...

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. — 22 July 1864

The President's Proclamation for a National Fast-Day. fit V r wnoress, ins senate and noma or Hop resentatives, at their last letnon. adopted concurrent resolution, which was approved cd lha scoond day of July Instant, ariJ Which was (a tho word following numulys 'That the President of tho United Hiutoi he reduetted to appoint e'day lor hMiiiili- lion ami pravnr o Iho penplo of thu Uui ted State,; that ha request hittonitiiuiiou. advhert at tho head ol the Exocunin Do- IVrTTl "J ,? W,,,h m V CMrJlT nation, al the c it ot Wash-1 Ington, and theV.embert of Congress. ...d all magistrates-, all tivil, military and navl Cffloera. and soldiers, aai'ors and with all loyal and law-abiding purple. . to Oonvenoatthoir usual placrsiit worship, or, " "J ...-j ... vwm.'oa ir- tent of thntr mHtiif'.lM ailia In imnlnrn ihn : . , compfionnd forginnrs of ll Almii;h t that ireoutifooi with ll.a-ill. tl x m- Iqr rebellion. rmiy bo spoedily suppn.ss.Ml. od the aiyiremscy of ilia constitution and lawi o...

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