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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 29 July 1864

7.1 ' Is. tmoctcA, .Sfttitii'it .'it i .(..'IV J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. , 21 tDnkl, W.,F.j,.'pi.!,b to 1 1, r Du TERMS-41,50perJnnM. JKtt VOL. XV, NO. 31: CIIARDOJUEAIJGA COUNTY, OHIO, FftlDAY. JULY 29. 1864. WHOLE NOs 759. The Jeffersonian Democrat II PU0LI0HED EVERY FRIDAY M0RMN0 AT CHARDOJf, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. J.O. CONVERSE, Proprietor. Office on the West Side or (he Public Squire, direullvsver Wilkina A Kelley'aStoi. lEItiUS. ...... - . I f, Id In sdvnnce l.SO II ii. il paid within six months .... ..g.00 -, SCrAllkiudaof Merchantable Producataken ii) payment, at the Market Price. IJ-No paperdiscontinued uniilall Arrearages are paid, except at the option ol the Proprietor. RATES OF ADVERTISING. LftatL Advertisements will be inaertcd at lol. Iowa: 50 cental Square, firet insertion) each Subsequent inortion, 25 cenJe a Square. Buaiijasi Advektisbmeiits will be inserted st the following rateai one square three inaertioni ftl.OO two months 2 25 3 no ' " three' montha ' six montha "...

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. — 29 July 1864

The Mcrsonian Democrat! JOLIU3 0. CONVERSE, Editor. IIUHD0J.8III0, FRIDAY, JILV 19, M.I. For President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. . rr Vlr.t Ircllriit. ;J ANDREW JOHNSON, Ol Tennessee. THE UNION STATE TICKET. [Election Day, October 11th.] Siiprr-mc JihIki'S (For the Full Term ) LT.TUER DAY.ot lWiago. To Fill Vacancios, Jion Vacancy, i WILLIAM Willi K.ul Clarke. Short Vacancy, HORACE WILDER, of Ashtabula. . Secretary ol Sliilr, Wil. HENRY SMITH, of Hamilton. Attorney Orncrnl, W.P. RICHARDSON, of Monroe. Comptroller of the Trenxnry, MOSES It. URAILEY, of Fulton, llonrd ol Public Work, (Forth Full Term,) PHILLIP IIKK'iNU.ojr Auglniso (To Fill Vacancy,) J AM Ed MORE.ol Coshocton. Union Congressional Convention. The qualified rotors of the Counties of Ashtabula, Goaugs, Mahoning, Portage and Trumbull, composing tbo 10. h Congressional District of tho Statu of Ohio, who desire tbo "unconditional maintenance of I bo Union, tho supromacy of Iho Constitution, and iho complete supproitioo...

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. — 29 July 1864

HOME DEPARTMENT. Military Notice. Tba Township Military Cotntnlttfloiase invited to meet with (ha County Military Commltto of Geauga County, aft he Court llousatn Chardon, on Saturday, July 30th, 1804, at 10 o'clock A. M., to agree upon tome eoneert of action In relation to tho rawing of the quota of tho County, uodor tbe lait call of the President. Dy order of tho Geauga Couoty Military Committer. B. WOODBURY, Chairman. Chardon, July 28th, 1864. 7Remomber-that Monday and Tues day next, Aug. lal and 2.1, are tho day on which the Board or Kurollmont will be In Burton, to docido exomptlon from draft for mauifi'Sf permanent physical disability. -A corroapondent lu Runoll Inform U that, during the past throe week, (mall pox hut prevailed in that township. It has appeared in four families, and Ihora hare boon eighteen cassi in all, somu very hard and oiheriquito light. All are reported to to bo doing well. , - Musical. A mooting of tho Union Musical Associa tion will bu held at Thompson,...

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. — 29 July 1864

Served him Right. Tho J'nrtK wlmtriciM hat the following piquant tocat I . A gentleOTft.n jutt arrived from llugors- (own, yesterday, furnished our reporter with an Item, bing to tho the spirit and temper of tho -invading rubola. Wbon tho rebel horde appeared in front of lingers town, one of in principal citixeni undertook the preservation of his property. Ilia barn was full of grain, hit pastures wero dotted with aboop and cattlo, and forty well-fed wine were gathered in tho rear of hia corn cribs, lie wsa ouipbatioally a man of plon ty and of substnncc. When tho rtbela came lie walked out to their linoa, with a itamnsk linen napkin affixed to hia cane. The 11 rat rebel soldier ho encountered, ho requested to abow biro the commanding oflicer. I to il paatod undor guard to tho oljuct of hia sosreh. "Oenoral," aald he, "I am a warm ajm tiatbisor with tbo South, I heartily wib socooss to thia invasion aod to your foreea. My oljoct in socking you out ia to ask that you and aa many of j...

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. — 5 August 1864

Mm zmmmi. ontati J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. aUhtkta Nenxpoptr, Ptotb to tljt DUotmination of nepnblUan PnntipltB,Concattonttmptrantf,ittratnrt,2l3rUnliute,anb trjt Nrn of tfjc Doq. TERMS-$1,50 per Annum. VOL, XV, NO. 32. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5. 1864. WHOLE NO. 700. m The Jeffcrsonian Democrat , It published tvKiu Friday modnino at CHARDON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. J.O. COlMVEUSt, Proprietor. Officaon the West SiJo of the t'ublio Hquare, direcllv over Wilkin. & Kelley'sdloro. TEltMS. IfoaUl In advance fl ,50 1 1 not paid within .ix month. 4.00 C3r.ll kinds of Merchantable l'roduce taken n payment, at the Market Price. irN Dsperdiscontinued until oil Arrearage re paid, except at the option of the Proprietor. ItATIfcSOF ADVL.KTISI1VG. Loom. pveriisemtiit will be Ineer'Ol as fol lows: SO cent a Square, first Insertion; each subsequent insertion, 25 centa a Square . Business Advertislmkkts will bo Inserted at tha lol lowing ratca: One Square three inaerttona $1,00 t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 5 August 1864

li t F n Ifi tr rt nlnn I ) v r r 4 auu juuiiouuitiii iciiiuciiii, JULIUS 0. CONVEESE; Editor. " nil Rooi7onTo7FnTb T mi c lst a, i i For President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. For Vice President, ANDREW JOHNSON, Of Tennessee. THE UNION STATE TICKET. [Election Day, October 11th.] Supreme Judges, (For the Full Term.) LUTliElt DAY.ol linage. To Fill Vacancies, Lone Vncnncy, WILLIAM WIIlTE.ol Clarke. Phnrt Vnrnncy, HORACE WILDER, of Ashtabula. NeeretHryof Stntr, W.U. HENHY SMITH, of Hamilton. Attorney (ii-ncrnl, W.T. RICHARDSON, of Monroe. Comptroller of the Treasury, MOSES R.miAlLEY, of Fulton, Bonrd of Public Works, (For the Full Term.) PHILLIP H I'.lt.I.Nli, ol Auglaize. (To Kill Vacancy,) JAMES MOKE, of Coahocton. Union Congressional Convention. The qualified' voters of tho Couuties of Ashtabula, Goaugs, Mahoning, Portogo ami Trumbull, composing tho lOih Congressional District of tho Btato of Ohio, who dosiro tho "unconditional maintonatico of tho Union, tho supremacy of tho Cons...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 5 August 1864

HOME DEPARTMENT. Ho for the New Regiment! It. rf, Spencer, of Clarldon, lato Lloutnn fcDl Id tbe gallant Bovohth Ohio, and 10 wo! I known to all our clthont, having jnsl been Commissioned ai Lieutenant for Recruit ing, and moilorod Into tho U. 8. lorTlco, hns eatabllthod hit bead quarters-al tbe Drug Store of Cook Si MgOowan, In this plabo, wboro bo will reoolve rocrulti for the bow Regiment to 1.0 raised in this Diatrlot. At tnld Regiment mutt be raited, and our Count? contribute bor quota to It, persons who purpoto to enlist would do well to call tin J)lm. Rctorultt accepted for ono, two or tbree yon, at the; may oleot. Lieut. Bpenoor dealret, and we trutt will reoolvo, the oountal and co-operation of tbs Town chip Military Committees, and or all inter ested iu filling tbe quota of tbe County. Arrest of Horse Thieves. . Last wuuk, Sheriff Lewis, of Clovoland, re ceived a dispatch from the Sheriff of Erio, stating that he had arretted two men, bar ing in thoir possession two bright...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 5 August 1864

Gold. Wlttee N. Y. Spirit of the Timte. In a recent article, which bit beoo extensively xopivd, shows up the gold trarau in a light which must strike vory tontiblu ponou as being at loan plausible, if not eutirolj prac ticable. Ha eouteuiU ibut tbo present Infla tion of coin it not in accordance! with tbo healthy, natural laws of tratio, but tho re sult of a swindling lot of Jewish Wall spool ers, operating in the intoroit of tho Coutod eracy, to doprociate and distract tho flnnii cos of tba country. Gold bos beon with drawn from circulation and hoardod by gam lilerf, and tomolhlng must bo douo to pro wont a still greator riso. Ho contends that tho only roal uso wo dow bavo for gold Is for Importations and du'.hs, and advocates I ho passage of a non-intorcourso act with all foreign power wbo are not roady to allow us to revive ourcommorco by tho withdraw. dI from tbo robels of hnlligeront rights, Nearly all our gold goes abroad for usoloss luxuries. If, therefore, wo aro not allowed...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 12 August 1864

. ' ''. ' ' T ' ; t f i f v . i - ' 1 mm Oltllttl J, 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. f )lcl8 Ne-.poj.tr. Dt Mill to tl,e DUminaHon of nublUan PrlelPUtfatin,cwperac,CHt,tll,a8riltori,anb t!) 3BTeol tl,i Dafi. TERMS.fioWlnn VOL, XV, 'NO. 33.- ( '! .1 C HARD ON. GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. AUGUST 12. 1804. The II PUBLISHED EVERT FRIUAT MORMRO AT. CHARDON. GEAUGA CO., OHIO. ' J. O. CON VEUSE, Proprietor. ' - Officios the Weil Sid. of the Publio Square, eirectWuvar Wilkin. &. Kelley'.Sioi.. ( ... VEIIMS. . If;iaiJ in advance tl,!0 ) I nut paid within aiz months il.00 tc7"Allktudsof Merchantable Produce taken in unyment, at the Markot Price. , . IT No paperdisoontiuued until all Atrearagee re paid. except at the option ol the Proprietor. . RATES OF ADVERTISING. LaaiL Advestisf. stents willbe Inaeried a. lot low.: 50 centh a Square, firat Insertion) each subsequent insertion, 8S cent, a Square. . ilirimtii ADtRTiskiit(T. will be in.erted at the lollow Ing rate: Uua Square three insertions B1...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 12 August 1864

The Mersonian Democrat1; JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor f f tlARDOX . OH I flFRl D A V Jli G I ST 1 IAH it. I i . Tor President, AdIaA H A M liTNflOT.N ! OF ILLINOIS. Tor Vleo rrrairicnt. ANDREW JOHNSON, Of Tennessee. , THE UNION STATE TICKET. [Election Day, October 11th.] Mnprruic .TimIkcs, '(Pur the Full Term.) I.UTHKR DAYiol IVrtage. To Fill Vacancies, Long Vacancy, WH.MAM W1HTK,.. I Clarke. Short Vacancy, Horace wilder, oi Ashtabula. Kncrrtnry of Slntr, WM. HENRY SMITH, of Hamilton. Attorney Genr-ml, W.P. RICHARDSON, of Monroe. Comptroller of the Trenmiry, .MOSK3R.rjRAll.EY, of Fulton, Board ol Public Work., (For the Fuji Term,) PHILLIP IlKHZfNU.of Auglair.o. (To Fill Vacancy,) JAMES MORE, of Cyshocton. Union Congressional Convention. Tho qualified votora of tbe Counties of Ashtabula, Goauga, Mahoning, Portage and T rumbull, composing tbe lOih Congressional District of tbe Stato of Ohio, who dosiro tho "unconditional maintenance of tbe Union, tbo supremacy of tbe Constitution, and i...

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. — 12 August 1864

HOME DEPARTMENT. je Meetings fa' the eleelloti of delegates to lha TJnloo County Convention, to moot la tbli pUoo on Saturday of nesi week, will be held In tho respective townships of the Count;, to morrow (Snlurdsy) evening, at 7 o'clock. Delegates to tho Union ''on grosslonal CotiTontlon, to tneot tt Wiirreo on Wednesday tieit, will bo elected at the tame tlmo. A full attendance li highly do-tlrable. J?"We tako It for granted that the Union Congressional Convention of thle District, which ti to bo bold at Warron on Wednes day next, will re-nominate Oen. Garfield. Wo know of no sorlous opposition to bis re- Oominatioo, and there certainly should bo ttono. It would be bot a simple act of just Ico to an able and faithful public aervsnt. Recruits Wanted for the New Regiment. Wo would again remind our renders of the fao that a hew regiment it to.be raisod In this District, under tbe last call of the l'rosidoot, and that Qeauga County will bo required, with others, to furnish moo for It...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 12 August 1864

Information Relating to the Coming Substitutes and Drafted Men. All - I,--- i Although whfcvebuhwlog.vencon.lo Sidersllon 10 lb rights, duties and inct-j centa analog Under the enrollment laws, Br Iflmiiitiil n ,1 l, f . ..'. . 1 cations and inquiries that there are many citixens uudrr exercise of oiiud upon (lie ubject, who have not yel paid sufficient attention lo tlie mailer, or properly un derstood (bat which has been said about il. We therefore give the following syn opsis of the requirements of the law, cm braoing soma things uhheilo touched up- vu, nnu o;oera not yel nolicea First. The exemptions of the oriuioal. aot, lo falbera of molherlcis children un der twelve rears ol a., to soma m..m bers of families in whicli otheia are Id the service, to sons who are the support of aged and destitute parents, and (or other similar causes, are bo looei al lowed. ..,... Saeond. The commutation clause, by which a person who was drafted might be released upon payment of three hun dred do...

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. — 19 August 1864

tfftimnmw tmmmi J.O. CONVERSE, Proprietor. SUDccklg Ncntpoper, Dcsolcb to tlje Die0tintn TERMS-.$l,50per Annum. ) , 1 ' (I VOL. XVNO. 31. CUAUDON.GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19. 1861. WHOLE NO. 702. The Jcffcrsonian Democrat la ponLiaiiED bvbrt ritriiAT hornino at CHARDON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. ' J.O. CON VEKSE, Proprietor. Office on the Weil Side of tho Public Square, directly over Witkins & Kelley'sStoie. I'EHJIS. Ifnald in advance ...... $1,30 1 1 nut paid within six months 3.00 . O'Allktiidaof Merchantable Produce taken tn payment, at tiie Market Price. 7No paperdiacontinued until all Arrearages re paid, except at the option of the Proprietor. KATES OF AUVfcKTISINU. tjffoAL AtirnnTiSFunnTS will be ineerted astol lowsi 50 cent a Square, firat insertion eacb aubequentinsertiou,8&eenta aSqunre. Uosinkss Advertiskhkut will be inaerted at the following rates: One Square three insertions $1,00 " two mouthf. ...... .... g.85 " " three months 3 00 " " six months.' 4,00 " one...

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. — 19 August 1864

The Jctlcrsonian Democrat J0LIU3 OTCOMVEESE, Editor. niMMio jnipn, 'norm m. For President, ABKAHAMLIKCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. For Vice rrcftlflcnt, ANDREW JOHNSON, Of Tennessee THE UNION STATE TICKET. [Election Day, October 11th.] Smihciuc JiiIk-, 'For tliorullTerm.) LUTHER DAY.ol lVrtoge. To nil Vacancies, Lonir Vacancy, WILLIAM WlilTK.ol Clarke. Short Vncancy, HORACE WILDER, of Ashtabula. Kecrelnry of Stnte, WM. HENRY SMITH, of Hamilton. Attorney Genernl, W.P. RICHARDSON.of Monroe. CnvnrfYrnller of the Trensury, MOSES ILHrtAJLEY, of Fulton, 1J oil nl ol Public. Woiks, (Far ilio Full Term. PHILLIP II KI!'INO, of Auglaiio. (To Fill Vneolicy.) JAME.4 MORE, ol Coshocton. UNION DISTRICT TICKET. For MomW of Cnnprcsv, JAMF.H A. G A RFIFLD, of Portage. For Presidential Elector, ABNEK KELLOGG.of Ashtabula. -iTTtio Congressional Convention nl Wurron, ou Wednesday, ro-t'ominati d Gin GarBold by acclamation. Abnor Kollngg, of Ashtabula, was nominated for Prosiilon. Hal Elector. ' No further particu...

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. — 19 August 1864

HOME DEPARTMENT. Advance in Terms. The steady and continued tdvaoco In the prtoe of paper, which' hat more than doubled alnee tho war began, end atill hat a upward tendency, ocmpoli ni to make en advance, though by no moan a propor tionate one, In tbe prlee of tobtcriptloo uud wo, therefore, annoanee that the termi of the D'Koc-at will beroaftor be t2,00 per year. All other pa pen of Jtt class with wliir.h we aro acquainted, mado this advanoe nionthi ago, and we' have certainly demon ttratod our roluotanee to do to sufficiently by beaitatiug to long and making toob lib eral offon to advance-paying tubscribert. Reasonable men, who at all ralue tho paper, will approve of our advance In termt, know ing itt necessity end, of oourte, we eaonol afford to publiih a paper, at a positive lost, for tho bonuflt of otbort, however few. "The Ooauga County Union Conven tion for tho nomination of County Officers, will bo hold in this placo, on Saturday of tbit woek, commencing at U o'clock A. M. A...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 August 1864

Claridon Fair Regulations for 1864. 1. Tbo first day of the Fair (Wodnurday) .. . . . V J will bo, occupied iu making etiirici, ke .and il la doatrablo that nil who sail should mako ihoir outrlot on thu Aral day of thu Fair,' even it it should nut ( convenient to pluco their article on exhibition till iho m it day. Thursday will bo thu Grand Show Jjjy ol ft!l Jjve stock, liallioi and carriagu luusoi only excepted. The excepted will bo Shown, but Out putted upou till Friday. All entriul tbguld bo made by tbo Sccrutnry by iry uv in .'.lk .l...j..-. .1 i i.o i .1... i,...i. i... iniuocs iieiore noon ol tnnt o.iv Tao Awarding Commitlut.i will bo called ioio tbo ring at 10 A. M. On Friduy thoro will bo an exhibition ol tsilllona and carriugo borsus, riding mid' liming in tbo ring. All articles on oxnibition in tbo halls, up per and lower, will ruiuii'ui ibuie uudct ibo euro of an cfljolotit police, until noon ol Friday. 2, All animals must bo entered upon tbo upoutbo grounds, and the Soc...

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. — 26 August 1864

J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. a U)tkl8 K'MW" " to tl, Dimtnatlbn ,TERMS-.$l,50per Annum. VOL. XV, NO. 35. 1 CIIARDOy. GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY, The Jcffcrsonlan Democrat is runuaiiRD avtnv mioay morning at CHARDOIT, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. S. O. COW VEIISE, Proprietor. Office on the Weit Side of the Puhlio Squire, directly over Wilkine Ac. Kelley'eSloro. Terms, f),00 per Tcnr. fcyAtlkliideof Merchantable Produce taken In payment, at tho Market Price. CrNn paperdiscontinueduntilall Arrearagca aru paid, except at the option ol the Proprietor. KATES OF ADVERTISING. ; Lot sr. ADiTiamiTs will beinaertcd allot Uwi: SO cental Square, firat inaerlion; each euhseqtientinMrtion.liS cents a Square. Hoainiai AnrERTissMEHTi will be ineerted at (no following ratca: One Square three inaertlona 1,00 ' " two muntha ....... . g.iiS " " three montha 3(H) " ' ' six montha ' 4,00 -one year .......... 6,00 ' Half Column aix montha.... ; 12,00 - " " ana year 20,00 One Column aix montha 80,00 " " on a year 40.0...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 26 August 1864

The Jeflersonian Democrat "jULIIJS oTcONVERSE. EditorT . " . .. " 1 J 11 ? A1"15' M5ul; For President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. Tor Vict President, ANDREW JOHNSON, Of Tennessee. THE UNION STATE TICKET. Election Pay, October llih J $iipremc JihIkcm, (For the. Vnll Term.) LL'THKlt DAV.ot Portage. To Fill Vacancies, Lent? Vnonnry, WILUAM WIUTE.ol Clarke. Short Vacancy, HORACE WIMF.R,if Ashtabula. Ncrrt-tnry of State, AVM. HENRY SMITH, or Hamilton. Attorney Uenrriil, AV.P. RlCHAItDSON'.ofMonroe. Comptroller of the Treasury. MOSES R. BRA1LRY, of Fulton,' Bmid ol I'nbllc Works, (For the Full Term,) PHILLIP lit; UZIMi.ol Auglaize. (To Fill Vacancy,) JAMES MOlt K, of Coehocton. UNION DISTRICT TICKET. For Member f Concrrts. JAMES A. (JAR FIF.LD, f Portage. For Presidential Elector, AUNUtt KELI.UCiLl.uf Ashiabulo. UNION COUNTY TICKET. For Auditor. A13RAM V, 'J 1LDEN' Fur Mierilf, ' H. N. SHAW. ' ' " ' For Comrni.toncr, ALANSON MOFFETT. For Director of InKnnnry, A ORAM WOODAUD... , For Co...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 26 August 1864

HOME DEPARTMENT. Township Quotas. The following are tho quotas pf. tho for- rat lownshtpstof ibli county, nader the last II of the f reeidobf I Chester, 19 Russell, 19 Clerldoa,' Burton, , Trot,. .. Parkman, ' Middle-field, IluaUborg, Montvllle, Thompson, J B2 S3 17 Befabridga, ;.. 2 Aubarn, si Newbury, . 22 Munson, 10 Chardon, '''' ai Uarnbdeo, ' 15 17 13 17 ! Total, 296 ' ' 3 fJV- But a fow days mora ara to elapie before all quota under tba ealf for 600.000 mon, not Sited by volunteering, will be filled by drafting. There seems bot (he leaat probability that the draft will be postponed; Indeed, it la doubtful whether any authority Mists to poMpona lt.; How Important, than, that those qnotat In which there, it ttili a deficiency, bo filled at once! If ouroouM It tared from the draft, tba action 'of ;( la. toroited mutt be prompt and efficient AsT-No County Convention erer held In Geauga wat more' full- ot harmonioot 'tear, that held In this piaea, on Saturday lasl, The nominee for ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 26 August 1864

Stamps on Receipts. and after Momlay Au;iit 1st. On Mi.r.min for the nav of nnv mmof mon ey or lor tlie payment of nny debt duo, needing twenty dollars, not being lor tie sauslaction of any morlgnfte, or decree of any court, nod receipt for the delivery of nr.y properly," will require ft two cent revenue stuniy. As this in some, abinsr new in this country, (bore will doubtless ba some question as lo which party shall pay for Hie stump. Tbu gen irnl principle seema to us lo be ibis: ll A owes B 831, B is of course entitled to that full amount, and if A reqniresa cer tificate ol Us payment, A should bay the expense, nutnily, two cents. 'ut "cir cumblnnccs alter case," and if A patron izes 11' a hotel, or buys shoes of 0, and pays cash, B anil C lo secure a ron'inu nnce of A's custom, will generally put on A stamp, end say cothin;; about it. If A, liowever, instead of payini; ensh, wnnts a credit of three or ix months, it would be quite the thing for him to pay for the niamp in return ...

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