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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 5 August 1859

OCVfti J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 51 lUrcklu Nttoepapcr, Pinclfb to lljc Dissemination of Republican PrtnctpU ff, Creation, tmptrantr, Cittratnrf, flgricnlturf, anl tlje Nfuia of tl)e Dart. TERMS $1,50 per Annum. VOL. X., NO. 31. C11ARD0N, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1859. WHOLE NO., 409. In 4. sK. NO. GOD. "Tim foot hath .til J in his beai I, there ia no tfod." r.olmtXIVI. BY MRS SIGOURNEY No God! No God! the .imrilcst flower That in the wot Id is loiiuJ, Shrink as it drinks it. cup of Jow, And trembles at iho sound. No God! astonished Echo cries From out her cavern hour. And every wnnderinrt bird that flies .Reproves the Atheist's lore. Th solemn forest lifts its licnd, The Almighty to proclaim, The brooklet on its crymal urn loth leop to crave ins name How swells ihe deep and vcngoful sea, Along his billowy truck, And red Vesuvius opes hi mouth, To hurl the falsehood buck! The palm tree with its princely crest, i'lie coion1. leaiy shade, 1 he bread iruit binding to i ...

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. — 5 August 1859

VOIUMK X. NO. 3 1 i,.nf .L ilnhtfol owner i Provide;!, thnthnrod w ii ho. In other rospocts, sum- ciontly described on tl.o duplicate, and the taxes for which tho samo is sold, bo duo nnd unpaid nl tlio timo of such salo. Bf.o. 3. When, by tho provision of any former Inw, tlie collector of tnot or the county treasurer whs authorized to snnke deeds for lands or lots by thorn sold, for do linnnent taxes, and llio same has not boon done, tlin county nuditor of tha propor countv shall bo, and ho Is boruby authorised tomakesuch'doodstnnll porsons ontitlod thereto and tho doods which shall bo so mado bv tho auditor, shall bo ns good and alid Inlaw, as if mado by tho. person au thorir.od under such former law to mako Ibem. . Sf.o. S5. tnrasonnycortificntooroortill eatos shsll havo beon at any timo issued to nny purchaser or purchasers of lands tor taxes, under any of tho acts heretofore i.assod on that subject, which certificate or certificates hnineWn mislaid, destroyed, or lest, and th.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. — 5 August 1859

SPECIAL NOTICES. N O T 1 C .13 . All persons wliu nro in nny way Ow ing for Clothing or Goods purchased nf John .Strolil tinea Fcbrunry 80, 1837, ore hereby No tified that Payment for such Indebtedness mul be made to me, after this onto. VV T. RKXFOR D. 41)1). u ChardonJuly lflih, 1859. "Professor F,LE.IVM till A nun.!.'!? DA WD will piny at Little Mountain, evory Frl afternoon. 4PC-if rtnONi Afflicted wuli tlio Fever nnd Ague should not spare either lime, trouble orcxpenso. to procure Dr. Hosteller's Celelirnted n It tri, whose beneficent effects Uioti the human system hnsl-een e'enry proved to thnso who hnve been stricken down in n short space of lime by tide drendfufcursewbose checks arc wnn nnd meagre, and whose nights aro sceposs nnd resUcss, nnd whose eyes ore dim nnd sunken, with death stnr inj them in the face, this compound must prove a bikings snatching thoni, as it were, from the very mouth of the grnve. Nonocnn know its true vnluo until they hnve tested it. When nil othe...

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. — 5 August 1859

Who are the Hapsburgs? M. Konuib, in liis speech on Italy pnb lished in the Century, June 18tb, Break ing; of House of Austria, anya: "Not they, but tbe Lord Denbigh, ot tbo House ol Fieldinyd, are the only fUpsburga on rih." Tbe descent ol Die Earls ol Den bigh from the House of Hapsburg, though ccnerallv tnken for granted, does not yet eem fully established. Dcnbretl tnys of them: "This very ancient family claims its descent from the illustrious House of Jlapfltng, which, for so many centuries, gave emperors to Germany. Rudclph, the first Emperor of that House, bad a younger brother, Geofi'ry, who, filing from the oppression ol the J'.rnperor, cam into England, and entering the service of King Henry III, took the name of I'el-I tlen or Fieldins." Sir AVilliam Fielding. created Earl of Denbigh in 1022, claimed to be descended from this Weofliy in tbe ninth generation. Lodge, in his account of this noblcmnn, speaks of him as the "heir male of a piivot family, the main importance of ...

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. — 12 August 1859

4 mm emocra J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 torcklri Newspaper, DcDotcb to tlje Dissemination of republican principles, Mutation, (Dempcrancf, Citcratnrc, agriculture, anb tlje Nemo of tfjc Dar," TERMS $1,50 per Annum. VOL. X., NO. 32. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12 1850. WHOLE NO., 500. Crje Jefferooman Democrat Is rcsciaaicD evbrt fridat mormnu, at CHARDON, Oeanga County, OhSo directly orer the Dtr.g STntr of (W flm tide of the Vutiic iSeaare. TERMS. If paid in advance," $1 50 If not pi nl within the year, a 00 Or All kinds of merchantable product) In ki n in ymsnt, at the market price. No paper discontinued until nil nrrenragca are paid, except at the option f the I'ublishcr. RATE3 OF ADVERTISING, tnu AnTEMiir.MrsTS will t inorM ns (n lews: W c'.s. a square, li.-st.inscriion; each sub sequent insertion, ii cts. a square. B?st:t:s AovrRT.SExtsrs will be Inserted at Vie fallowing rate: ine Square three insertions, $1 00 " " two month?, 225 " " three months,.., 300 "...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 12 August 1859

moudod. an.l of tho act to establish tho .iB inndiint treasury of tho Stato of Ohio, 'inn, vi of tho public money belonging to tho sev eral counties or townships, "lull bo paid liy (he troasuror ol the proper county.undor tho uporvision of tho county commissioners and county auditor of such county, hy tho wnrrant of the sai l auditor. drawn on the trnasnrv. nnd certified hv said commission ri as to tho nhioet fur which it was drown. And any failure, or noglect.or rofusul on tho part ol any county troasuror, to provide nccio for the payments of spncio out of his treasury without unnecessary inconvenience or trouble or individual lost or cxponso to the tax payors in tho manner proscribed in ind by tho fourteenth (14) soction of tho oct entitled "an act to establish tho indo rondont treasury in tho Stato of Ohio,' passed April pith, 18fiH, slinlt bo doomed und hold in law to bo a misdomoanor, and on his trial and conrictiou thoroof, hy in- lictmeut bofore anv court havine compo lent ju...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 12 August 1859

the roFrnv OK I'HYSH:. AVER'S FILLS glido, Biignr-sltocl, ovor U palate, but their enorgy, although wrnppnd tii, is tAr,antl telle with giant force on llio very found s.tlons of disease. There nrn thousands of suffer r who would not wear thoir distempers, If thry knew they could be cured for 25 cents. Try Dr. Ayor's Pils, and you will know it. Purify the Wood and discaeo wil Im) etnrcd out. Cleanse the system from impurities and you arc cured already. Take thia beat of atf Purgatives, nnd Scrofula. jnoigesuon, vveaKnem, ticauacne, im c K a cli e, Bide ache, Jaundice, Rheumatism, Derangement cf the Liver, Kidney, end Howels, H Derange - menu and all diaeaacs which a purgative remedy 1 A t t .1 . J l i r . tail laacu, i.y uo.oru ijju.ii .niu uarancsa uclorolllO Sun. Reader, If you are nifTcring from any of tho nu merous conipniuts they cure suffer no more the remedy has been provided for you, otid it ia crim inal to negcct tt. Thaller' CAerrs Pectoral la llio beat Medi cine fir a Coug...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 12 August 1859

The Norwegian Malstroem. Thl natural phonomonnn, which, ninre tlrrf ttninoinorial hat boon pictured in school books, and Id the imagination ot tlioir stu dents as a mighty whirlpool, lurking clown hip, whales, and other trilles, with n facility and ease quite remarkable, it effectual disposed of by a correspondent ejf Ihe Boston Recorder, on the coast of Norway, who has instituted certain full nd categorical inquiries of the intelligent hend of the .Norway Marine and Survey Departments. To these questions, Uio following replies are made, which cover tbe whole ground of the existence of the whirlpool, and of the nature and extent of the dangers attending its navigation. The replies are as follows : Although the Maelstrcem, at certnin times, and under rertain circumstances, of which we shall hereafter speak, may fee dangerous for both smaller and greater craft ; yet is the danger, In general, no tl that extraordinar character which specially in olden times was supposed stnd it can eve...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 August 1859

lie tersoman Pemoctat J. O. CONVERSE, Proprietor. a lUccklj, Newspaper, Dcrotcb to tlje D.srm.na..on of publican Principle, Oncalion, (temperance, Citeratnre, agriculture, aub tl,e aof tljt Pa,, TERMS $1,50 per Annum. VOL. X., NO. 33. C1IAUD0N, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST in, mi WHOLE NO., 501. iljc Jcffevconian Democrat 1 ITDl.TailEI) BVEIIT Kill DAT Mon X I Nil, AT j CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio, i VJftl Jiffy ovrr l',4 Prut Xtnre at Cn'.t ,- Hum , ilttn, melt lidt of the Fub'uc Swtart. I TERMS: If pail in advance, 61 50 j It' nil paid wiihin th year, 2 00 frr All kinds of mcrciiautabl produce lukrii in! pay. a -tit, at the market price. I "o paper discontinued until fill nrre.nngos i at i a i t , axeept Dt the option of the Publisher, j RATE3 OP ADVERTISING. I.wiii Aiv::nTisr.iirxrs will lie inserted n lol- luw:--50 ct. a ivi wro, first insertion; each sub j .n cnt insertion, ij.'i c'-". n .ne. ' B.'sisai Airaiit i.:Mi:.m will bo inserted nt tli following rntos: Oua Squat...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 August 1859

k, tho valuoV the metal provided i I,,,.,,,- r epulis thereon said road lie l. Mill ln.acos fur etmir In excoatofthn mei.,1 rcceiveU by no loBSOS whutl I"1" tntlk Cl'31'R" Ol t8 I'OU'I under th..ir K.M.... and in tl.o settlement of ihoaeenunt between nid lesmcs nnd the State, tho board of public work? shall nil"" to losseui tho appraised vi!oo of aahl ct-1 com or miilal. and shall further allow to them hii amount equal lo Clio toll which thev would huvo been entitled to receive on coaches and other vehicles carrying tho mad on said road, but tyr tins exemption ot tuch coaches and vehicles from tho payment i. .11. nni or Ihn compact lotwoon t in ot fitatn ot Ohio li ml tho United Suites, Bald amount to bo ascertained by tlio tumid of publie work,and for any b ilaneo which shall bo tound duo in said lessees, of tor deduct ins tho amount duo from ihom to tho Stntoj under said contract or loiii.it. tlio said hoard of public woika ahull draw thoir draft iipnn tho Auditor ot Stum in favor...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 August 1859

SPECIAL NOTICES. School lltnmlnei' Noliee." The Boniil of trsdiool F.xniiilncr. ol Geauga t'onnli will hold their nrlt Meeting on Friday, .be 2nd ilriy of Sc?t tembcr, 1819, it Chnrdt.n. 1 In- hour l- 10 o'clock, A. M J. O. WuRRALLu, Clerk. ' Chardon, Annual lrtth. 5j- 3 The Gniiugii f'o. Minir-nl ..ici.itiot w ill hold lis next regular Mertng in Clari,loi..on Friday. thoSnd dny of September next, commcnc ing it 10 o'clock, A. M. M. h. M VN AllO, Secretary. Ilamhden, August I9ih, IS -9. 101-wi Dance. There will lie a Dance nt Clint's Hai.u, in Chardon, on Thursday I've. August the Sith.for the benefit oftlio C.urdon Br.oiB.tid Chardon, August 19th. COUNTY SUUVEYOH --Mr SKTII KUSON.ol lliinlultiii,wi,l :u n c iiiuidnio liu tore tits mut Ror.it,lic.iii County Cm, voli tion, for tho oIBjo of County Burrcyor. Anjmt 12. 1S59. notici:. A GOOD Templar Celebration will In-held at the Fair Grounds in Burin. . on Wednesday, Au gust ilih, commencing at 10 o'clock, A. M. Gen. F. Cirv, of 'Jimmi...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 August 1859

Curious Facts in Natural History. The r.-Utlemake finds superior foe in , tho deer nnd the bUck snnkc. Whcncv , , , , ,, I II . ne tn preparation lor unuio. no m "." ; to within ten or twelvo feet of the , .,nke then leaps forward nnd nims to , . i vcr tho boJy of tlio sniiLc with his sharp' i iiurcnted lioor. The first onset is most j successful, but if otherwise, tlio ouck repots the triM until he ct, the j nike .n twain. 1 lie rapidity and fatal, y j of hi skilful mancouvre leave but a slight for its victim cither lo escape: or : in iniefil his noison into his more alert an-'. loironist. The LUcksnako is also more than an equal competitor nijaiust the rat-1 resonate, nucn i.- us enemy oi momm, not only in running, but in entwining it-' eelf round its victim, that the nitilenal;e has no way of escaping from its fatal em- hrice. When the black and rattlesnakes nre about to meet for L il le, the former t'.i'.r's forward at the height of speed, nn.l strikes at tho neck of the latter ...

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 1859

ettetsontan wtmtftx&i. J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 lUrrklQ NtwBjJttpcr, Bnolti to tljc Di00cn.inat.on of Republican flrintiple, Cintation, tmnerantf, Cttcraturf, Agriculture, ani tijt JCtui0 of tljc Dap.. TERMS $1,50 per Annum. VOL. X., NO. 31. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY. AUGUST 20, 1850. WHOLE NO., 502. LI)e Jcffcrsonian Democrat IS riJBMSHKD EVBllt FRIDAY IIOR.NINO), AT CHA.RDON, Geauga County, Ohio, tytr directly over the Prut: Store nl Coo, J. Ham Uttin, west lid of lite l'ubitc Svuart. T Ell MS. If uiil in advance, $1 50 li not paid within the year 2 00 ST All kinds of merchantable produce taken in pxyrti'.mt, at tho market price. .Nj paper discontinued until all arrearages r yaii, except at tlie option of the Publisher. RATES OF ADVEIITISINCJ. I.mal AovtBtistMtNts will be inserted tin f. it- lows: j'j els. a 'i liro, 'irst liweribm; each Bub awir.iaiit in-ariion, '2j cts. a siii:irn. B'SIVKSS A'KKRr SB Ml-.t IS will bo lllCTtcJ nt the following rates: I uii S...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 26 August 1859

hall havo been to cut, or t ings shall havo been ( inserted therein, at lo ofioctually prevent ihe'r rooting. Sec. 2. Any owner of swlno suffering the a molt o go at large, cniitrury lo tnei Ant soctm of this act, shall lo liable to i potiy.y ot one aonar lor every awmu founilfcning at largo. rW, 3. All suits to reoover tho penalty provided for in tho second soctinn of tins ct, shell lie brought in tho nnmo of the Stale of Ohio, on complaint of any person feeling aggrieved und omy bo brought be fore any justice of the peace or other court having ciunpont Jul -iadiution where tho of fense is committed, and tho put ty offending, shall, on oontriclion pny tho amount of pen alties adjudged, with costs, and shall further Lo liable to any person or persons lor nil daningo ho or they may bavo suffered by the running at largo of suoh animals. All mnuos collected us penalties by virtuonf this act, slinll bo paid into tho treasury of hn townenip whura tho offense whs com milled, for tho uso o...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 26 August 1859

May a Man Change His Name. Mr. John Snooks reciiuly in nln an up. Jilloiitlnn to a Bonon Court lor leave to clmngo nn 111 o to John Vile, urnler Which ho lius beeo doing business tor noino yviiti p-usd, mid by w lni'li lie in well known. Mr. Snooks is h On r.oiii.niid t lie Enylisll namo " I'iko" winch he lins assumed is the trmiKhiiion of thu Hutch ur I 'll-in is Ii word " Snoek." Jinle I) tily delivered an tliitiorRtc and lewiicd opin ion, Htid conclude as lollow : f linwa imiiu inl.i thw . nun illMI l.in nf tlw. nii-iinr, .n mimitolr. Iiocviiish il I... "' -' J - " Lever su lnr as I am iiwiue of, been pae vio'tsly investignitd j nnd into the on'jji- mil ol llio usage mat now prevml In respect to niiraes, bcnnusi! the works com- Oionlv referred loin matters of ueiiernl knowledge tire exceedingly barren of in- lorni'tiioa urion the Hubicct ot nt-rsnniil Minitncliiiuie. The rcsu It of the t-xumi-1 D'i.o;i win show thai there is nolliio m tbe law to prevent the petitioner from tott'....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 26 August 1859

Tne 8pbed op Railway Cars. Many of' tbo accident which happen to pursous at tempting lo cross railroads are the rosul! of lgnoranco of tfae velocity of thu Iron horso hon fairly under way. A writer in tho llurtford Courant gives mine interesting; facta which -it would be well In brnr in mini : "It seems almnt Incrodiblo, thut at wo I glide imoothly along, tho elegantly furoishod car move nearly twice its longth in a sec ond of time about 74 foot. At this velocity wo And that tbo locomotiro driving whuuls, nix foot In diamotor, make four ruvolutions er second. It is no Idle piston rod that trnroisos tbo cylinder tbut eight tinios pur second. " If a man with a horse and carriage up en an unimportant public road In a country town, should approach and cross tho truck at a speed of six miles per hour, which would bo crossing rupidly, an express truin amprnaclilng at tho moment would movo toward him two hundred ami fiftysovr.n leet while be was crossing a distance buroly Sufficient to clo...

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. — 2 September 1859

effer J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 lUtcklg NVnJBpctpfr, Dccotto to tlje DisBcminatton of Republican Principles, Cbatatton, tmpcranct, Citcraturt, acjricnttitre, aiiD t!j Ktwa of lt;c Daji. TEttSIS $ 1,50 per Annum. VOL. X., NO. 35. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1859. WHOLE JVO., 503. fllrje IfffcrBonian Democrat B ruBListtso avstir Friday Mon.fiNa, at CHAEDON, Geauga County, Ohio. 9f directly ever the Drug Start of Conk $ Ham ilton, wut tide of the Public Sauore. TERMS. it paid in advance, 1 SO If not paid within the year, 9 00 t3TAIl kinds of merchantable product taken in payment, it th market prlr. ,No paper discontinued until nil arrearage ar paid, except it the option of the publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. LlAL ADVERTISEMENTS will tie inserted tl fol-Uwe- 50 c:e. a square, first insertion; each sub Hqii.nl ineertion, 25 eta. a aqirnre. B 'aiMBS Advert. sments will be lnsertoj at the following rate iHie Square three insertions, f 1 00 " " two months 2 55 ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 2 September 1859

After the War The Wounded and Dying. A correspondent ol the Ncwnik Adver-: tiep, wilting from Brescia, July Wlli,' avs: I Thousands of those nruilutcd wretches tro deformed for lilt-. Fancy the hi !oii apectaclc. Mure than 2.U00 limbs liate been amputated. Many have lost j lioth legs; and ihete is one poor trunk, ft! fine, pinud young Frenchman, who hiis been deprived of (ill four limbs, that is both feet, one tirm entire, nnd the hand1 of the other. And yet, nlas' ho lives, notj certainly, as one of your Enuli-.li wits, once said to the mourners over f ti.il case of like tnuiiUtion, lobe nn ornament to1 aociely. The hospital reports yesterday reduce Uie sick nnd wounded rem lining Id about 0,000, cliiifiy Frsnch and Ii J im u ti The uinrtuliiy timing ihe Au-.tiiaiis ii sur-1 prising; only about OM remain: they lire; well provided for in the ' 'athediiil, one of the 40 impuivid hospitals, attended by their own surgeon, who were anion.; the jirisonen. The tx1 icni- In' it undrr which...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 2 September 1859

SPECIAL NOTICES. Mon;nn, A.-htrihiiia Co uiity. j candidate lor mcuibcr of tin. v. Izution, tiy A r 1 1 1 1 1 l .v v "t i: 11,, x O T I V M All pereoiiH who nr.. in nti ing lor Clothing ut(i.iil p':rehi"til f. mh i' l-Vlinuii y so, 14.17. Mir I.. titled that Payment fnrsuelt lntti'iitrtht mid la mi', alter ili'u datei W. T. KI' Chardon, July lG.li. 1:09 i,1m Nm ;;i). r.'.'-n" 1 1 : 1 1 v o 15'Ilrl s " r v An ol" I.ndv Ufxloml In Cum llfnllh by Iloiifl.iuil'H Miiuan l'lliln'!rt,',:i I, Jj' 4 , 1 Dr. C. M Ji'Krorc Pi a ", f ;it : I i,m old, in, I fur yca: havu Ik-jii v. ry nti- "t ul.ir -I.t winter one of my .ji'aii:U,nn pr si nm.i me with lmll il,.j ht!! of ynir l!inci. ttn.l iinln ccJ me to iiy Iik-hi. 1 ili.l :-a, utulmnv fvu! tliii y tenrsi yciinycr; fur 1 .n i!i:.'M my l,'l now, in, I am freo flam iIip wnlr1,,m'i--tny cAt,.,,t r-,i n -paiiion for ti e ImS liiiriv iik. V . n ! .m, when Ii mw the gu-J rlVi'i ', .i lite j, , ;. vUtJuM to c:i.l v j u I'.ii-' re .i i.",.-.. u'. M P.S....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 2 September 1859

LIST OF PREMIUMS . ii rr..i And Awarding Committed of the first Horse Fair of the Geauga County Agricuilural Society, lo be ticta. ai hut . - TT'-J..-.?-.. , tt 7 V. n ruin II . tun. on neanetuay ana i October 2th and IZth, 1969. CLASS I. STALLIONS FOR ALL PURPOSES. Best stallion (or all purposes 825 00 2d test 3d best 1U uu Awarding Committee Jarae. thnse, Turnersville, P.; Wm. Ashraoqd, Tl niadge.Summit Co.; Harvey Crain.Paiues ville, Lake Co. ! CLASS II. 3 YEAR OLD STALLIONS. Beat 3 year old stallion 16 00 2i best 10 00 Awarding Committee Vt'm. IL Howe, Bloomueld ; Hiram Collins, Kavenna ; J. Bisscll, Hurou Co. CLASS III. 2 YEAR OLD STALLIONS. Best 2 year eld stallion 10 00 Sd best G ' Awarding Committee Jolin Murray , 2d, Chardon; Lewis Turner, Mantua, Portage Co.; N. B. Shaw, Chester. CLASS IV. SUCKING COLTS. Best sneVmg horse colt 3 00 Sd best 2 00 Marc colts came. Awarding Committee J amrs Brown, Twinsburi;li, Summit Co.; L. C. Water, Orwell, Ashtabula Co.; Eli Dayton.Tioy. C...

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