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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 24 February 1865

i. . ' ia , 'i n VOL. XVI, NO. 9. c. 1 ' OIIAltDON. GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21 1805. WHOLE NO. 789, : . ...... ; ... . The JefferKoninn Democrat II PUBLISHED EVERY Fllll) AY MOnNIKfl AT CHARDON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. J.O. COJV VJEItSi:, Proprietor. Olficeonth Wot SiJo of the Piihlio Square irsctlvovcr Wilkltis fc. Kelley'sStote. ', Term, ti.OO prr Ycnr l I kinds of Merchantable Producetakcn J ptyiTif nt.ot (lie Market Price. IEPM i paper linconiinued umilall Arrearages tre paid, except at I ho option ol the Proprietor. A 11 so 'rt n uniuaiioua must Lie add rested to the Proprietor, (p wtage paid,) lo receive attention. List of Public Officers. Jas.A.Garlk-M, Itcprescniativein Congress. N inri.tn L. Chalice, Common Pleas Judge. W.u C- Unveils, . Stale Senator. R U. V u ll iry, . State Representative M. O. OKiiHelJ, . ' t'rubute Judge. B. N. Sliw, .. . . . . Slierill. Win. N Keetiejr . . Clerk. C. C. Field, . Auditor. ( ft. Vewcomb, . Treasurer. tJ'ltrUs II. Lamb, . ' Record...

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 February 1865

The Jeffersonian Democrat. JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, 'fttitb'r, " The Jeffersonian Democrat. Sherman Progressing---Charleston Ours. , The wsr news, ibo past week, has been nil t vlotory. Tbe Rebellion is tumbling First came the news of tbo captoro of ' TJrancbvilte, thro of Columbia, and now of Ibe proud old rebel city of Charleston ! The somo flag tbnt traitors brought down hearly four yours ago, again waves over Sumter 1 Wo publish soma of the most im portant details of tho news t WAR DEPARTMENT, WASHINGTON. February 18. MAJ. Gen. Dix Tho nonnuncomont of Ihe occupation of Columbia', S. C, by Gen. .Shorinao, and tho probab'e oacu:inn of Charleston, has boon coinmunicutou to tho Department in tbo following telegrams just received from Liout. Gun. Grant. E. M. STANTON. Secretary of War. 18 4:15 1 m Hon R M. Stanton. War Department Tho ft-ch tnond Oiaputch of this morning says that Sherman outerod Columbia inoruing, and its fall necessitatis, it pre-' .1 i . r. 1 1 . . J a....., I. - rst . ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 24 February 1865

HOME DEPARTMENT. Death of Judge Converse. ,W aro pained to leaf'u that lion. Jon.t t', Conteksb died at his resldoncn in Park- . ht. MnrH,.. Lit .t Al 'lnnb t M r... """" - ' . . a protrnctod Illness, aged 73 yean. Jqd.o rhnn onn nf ll,n .. n V. . Convorsowas one or the oldest, a. woll nnn nf thA mnat rtrom nMht. nnlnrnr n ami r-- v r. ..... inlluonuai cttizons or tins county, in Tor- mnr tears, ho was a leadine nolitleiun nf th a i - - Wblir party, to the prinoli.lca of which lie was warmly attached, and to which ho ad- hcrod until it became a moro intltomont .... .s. . in 100 nanoi oi .no t3ie l'oPr. wtiort ho foraook It. and idnniifii.it Mm.nir riit ' with tho Freo Soil party, and afterwards ith thn WI110 unit tli.lnn nanlro lla - - - n - ..... w ..a aUays a icnloua adtccate of frcodotn acd Tomporancn. A good cii'f-o and twuU. bor, a derolrd liuiband and l - trno friend of his country and I; has gooc to rrst-frnm tliocarefl of a long and nsofu! Jifo. wo bare not the dala al hand ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 24 February 1865

the rouni alee cloud he nigbl nt nc iho tr biddio slave hearts on ' So rive whe L Auction or LiDttu.An auction of unmarried ladies used to take place an 1 Dually in Btbylon. In erery district, ays the biforian, they assembled on a certain day of the year, all tho virgins of marriageable age. The most beautiful was first put up, and the man who bid the highest or largest sura of money gained pessession of her. Tho second tn personal tperauce followed, and the bidders gratified themselves with hnnd some wives, nccordio to the dep h of their purses. But, alas! it seems there were in B tbylon some ladies for whom money was likely to be ofL-red. yel.JJ. e al.o were disposed of, o provident I a tha Ruhclrtmana. Vli0n all tho no these al were the Babylonian. When all the: beautiful were sold, the crier ordered the most deformed to txnd up, and alter he . liad openly demanded who would marry lier, with a small sum, she at length ad judicated to the one who would be sniis fied with the least...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 3 March 1865

Mdftm Jtt Ottttttt wtWititt VOL, XVI, iTOrlO. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 3. 1865. WHOLE NO, 790, The Jeffersonian Democrat IS PUBLISHED ITBRT FRIDAY MOnitlltG AT CHARD ON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. J.O. CONVEUSE, Proprietor. Office on the West Side of the Public Square irectlvover Wilktns &, Kelley', Store. Terms, $8,00 per Year. 3r Allktndsof Merchantable Produce taken la pay merit, at the MarketPrice. ipNi paperdlscontlnueduntilall Arrearages are paid. except at the option ol the Proprietor. All communication, must be addressed to the Proprietor, (postage paid,) to receive attention. ' List of Public Officers. ias .A.UarGeld, Representativein Congress. Normnn L. Chaffee, Common Pleas Judge. Win. C. llowelli, state senator. It. II. Woodbury, . M.C. Canfleld, 1). N. Shaw, Wm. M. Keeney. C.C. Field, O. K. Newcomb, Charles tl . Lamb, ). W. Cinfield, State Representative Probate Judge. Sheriff. . . Clerk. Auditor. Treasurer. Recorder. Pros. Attorney. . Surveyor. SchoolExam...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 3 March 1865

TlieJclFersonian Democrat JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor7 mnDoxVonib, Friday," .11 .men j,gs. Fatal Confessions. That tho Southern Confederacy Is on Its last log! !e foil and appreciated by Its friends, a well as by all tho rest of mankind. Tho Rebol papers concede (bat something must bo dono at once, or tho cause will bo lost, and ibat cho only thing that can bo dono is to arm the slates. Tfto foot is, Ibo wholo brood of haughty tyrant's and traitors at tho South, who hare proclaimed that tho no- gro is fit only for slavory.aro on thoir knees before him, crying frantically, (to uso the languago of lb Now York I'ott,) ' Help mo, 1 ompoy, or I sink. It scorns, however, that toino of tho Rebol leodors still fear to nrm tho slavos, as tho 'jill for that pur poso has failed to pass tho Sonato. Tho Richmond press is wild on tho subject, and tho Enquirer domands of Jeff. Davis to tako tho responsibility, law or no law. What is tho matter with the "Chivalry?" Aro they indeed beaten and about t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 3 March 1865

HOME DEPARTMENT. jfcT-Wc know of nothing Tory marvelous or iatorostiog to tho local lino, this wouk. j?VVo have rccol'od, with compliments of O. J. Wlllaid, doalor in music, piano fortes, &o., Dunkirk N, Y., several now and popular piece! of music, for which ho will please accept our thanks. Among (hum is a patriotic hjtnn, "May Ood Protect Co lumbia," written and composed by J. P.. Thomas.and a song cod chorus, "Moonlight Thoughta," by John Summon Cox, of lloo loj'i Minstrels. Price, 30 conta each. Mr. Willard is about to remove to No. 547 Broadway, N. -Y., and enlargo bis business. Str-Having usod F. M- Hubbard's Im proved Store Damper, adreriisod in anotb. er column, we take pleasure in recommond log it to the public. For sale by Marsh & Wood, of this place. Obituary. Another name is addod to the list of our many noble soldiers who bare sunk benealb war's crimson ware.' The subject of this memorial, Ozro F. Qoiggle,. son of Calrin (juiggto; Al. Fulton Co., Ohio, formerly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 3 March 1865

T en tat i R. be an to br St It Hiram Powers oh thi Ribklmon. A letter from Hiram Power, the sculptor, to a friend contains the follow ing, which shows how strongly his sym pathies are for his country in the strug gle in which it is engaged: "Please tell my brother, John Sampson Powers.thal I received a letter from him, In which he spoke of his son my namesake as be ing in the Federal army, and of the neks Le has run, tc. I pray that hs may come out as I trust our country mav vet come out alive, betier and stronger than ever. II . I .1 m . . ... in iuii iriumpn over tue touiesl rebellion that ever disgraced civilization. And.il Ledocs, iho' he may hobble upon a wood en leg, and write his nsmo w ith a sinister hand, I shall feel more pride in the name of Hiram Powers so wriUen,lhan in my own, engraved on the marble of all my works." It is a curious feature of the recent pencral election in Australia, that female householders voted, the new electoral act having conferred the franchise...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 10 March 1865

i tttftii 10 a VOL. XVI, i0. 11. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 10. 1865. WHOLE NO. 791, JCfftt! The Jeffersonian Democrat IB PUBLISHED IVEBT FRIDAY WORNIKO AT CHAEDON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. J.O. CONVEItSE, Proprietor. ' Office on the Weit Side of the Public Square directly over Wilklns & Kelley'a Store. Terms, $3,00 per Year. WrA.ll kinds of- Merchantable Produce taken a payment, atthe Market Price. 0M j uaperdiseontlnued untilall Arrearages re paid, except at the option of the Proprietor. All communications must be addressed to the Proprietor, (postage paid,) lo receive attention. List of Public Officers. Jet. A. Garfield," llepresentativeln Congress. Norman L. Chaffee, Common Pleas Judge. Win. C. Hawelts, State Senator. ' B.B.Woodbury, State Representative M.C. CaaSeld, Probate Judge. B.N.Shaw, - ...... Sheriff. Wm. N Kceney Clerk. A. P. Tilden, .... Auditor. O. R. Newuomb, . Treasurer. . Charles H. Lamb, Recorder. D.VV. Cinfield, Pros. Attorney. Seth Edson, . .. su...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 10 March 1865

The Mcrsonian Democrat JULIUS" o7cONVERSE7Edrtorr CUJRDO.X, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1S6S. The Inaugural. President Lincoln's second Inaugural Address is remarkable for its brevity. fee ing the brieeat ever delivered,) but (.till more remarkable for the simplicity, force and clearness ol its style, and the noble QtM its sp int. It is worlby of the man and tire occasion, and in no par licular could we desire to add to or lake from it. The dtCD relicious feeling, and & o he clear perception of ihe moral issues involved in our great contest if evinces, form its most striking and peculiar fen- iure.. oureiy, it sucu nn utterance is to be the key-note of the Administration of the coming four yeaie, we may ebcrisn snore hope than ever of the Republic. We believe we can give nothing in this place more acceptable than the Address itself, which is as follows: Tkllow Countiitme.v: At (Ins second on ' flflArina lo ffnlrn f lin tnf h nf lkn f).nMA.....l onice, tnoro is loss occasien for an e...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 10 March 1865

HOME DEPARTMENT. Change in the Auditor's office. On Monday last, Mr. 0. C. Field, tato Auditor of this County, resigned tho jinsl lion ha bad 10 long, so -ably and 10 honor ably flltod, loto tbo. bands of bis successor, Mr. A. P. Tildeo. In bis retirement after eight years of faithful public servlco, Mr. Field has tbo proud satisfaction of know, log that his labors aro appreciated. No man merits or enjoys In a greater degree the estoom of his fellow-citizens, or the friendship cf those Intimately associated with him; and he may bo assured that, ehould beconcludo to take up his residence In somo otbor locality, there aro many in Old Geauga who will part with him with profound and lasting regret. Mr. Tildpn, our new Auditor, is an afta bio and capable gentleman, and wo have every reason to boliovo will prove himself a worthy successor of Mr. Field, lie comos to the dischnrgo of his responsible duties with tho confidonco and best wishes of his associates and all who know him. gST-Tbo M...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 10 March 1865

A Tragic Incident of the Great Fire in Philadelphia. - uw m v Bw . r I , with almost superhuman energy lo rescue inmates of the burning and threatening dwelling bosses. Of these scenes we can present one which is full of thrilling in terest. Messrs. McGqrk, MeGonglie.and Samuel McMenamin Company, rrAhed into the building 1 130 and rescued writ . . a . I ten upon the scroll of fame, rushed in, to the building occupied by the unfortunate Wore family. At this lime the bvruing oil, hissing and teething,' came pouriog down' the street, and the house, from wbicb ejeven persons bad been rescued but a moment before, was lickod up by the red, fiery tongues of the demon of destruction.- At this time the- brave Fleetwood was bearing in his strong arms ths bod; it is supposed', of Mrs. Ware or one of her daughters, " His companions were diiven back by the approach of the burning element the increasing smoke. Almost at the tarns moment the burning oil burst through the resT part of the house, an...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 17 March 1865

.T .. i: " I urn ! im i a VOL. XVI, NO.1 12. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 17. 1865. WHOLEN0.792 ' , , J. The Jcffersonian Democrat 18 PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY MORNING AT CHARDON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. J.O. GONVEilsi' Proprietor. Office on the West 8ide of the Public Square directly over Wilkin it Kelley'sStore. " Terms, $3,00 per Ycnr. MrAUklndsof Merchantable Producetaken a payment, attlie Market Price. fXS 1 paporJiacontinued untilall Arrearages re paid, excopt ht the option ol the Proprietor. Ail communications' must be addressed to the Proprietor, (postage paid.) to receive attention List of Public Officers. J a. A. Garfield, Representative Congress. Norman L. Chaffee, Common Pleas Judge. Win. C. llowells, state senator. State Representative Probate Judge. ' Sheriff. . ' Clerk. Auditor. Treasurer. - Recorder. . Pros. Attorney. Surveyor. SclioolExaminors. Jl. li. Woodbury, M. C. Canfield, B.N.Shaw, ; Wm. N Keeney A. P. Tilden, O. R. Newcomb, Charles (. Lamb, D. W. Canfie...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 17 March 1865

Theeffcrsonian Democrat JULI1JS67cONVESSErEditoVr 6II1RD0X.0III0, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, lS6a. Summary. . Vice-President Jobuion, It ii laid, on the occasion of his inauguration, was bo much intoxicated as to disgrace himself and bis high office, and bvmitiato the whole eoun try. His conduct is eonorallv rfonoonond In the strongest terms, as it deserves to bo ; but we hope It may havo one good result, and that is, to show out tipplors in high places whither tbey are drifting. Porhops tbts signal illustration of tbe beauties of of- A 1 .1 1 . ... mmi uruoKenoeis was needed, and roav fcare a salutary influence, Andy Jobnion ' unfortunately, was "three seas over" on tbe 4th. Lot his case bo a warning to binasolt and others. Tbe result of the Now Hampshire olec tlon is anotbor Union triumph. Smytho is Oloctod Governor by over 6,000 majority 1 ho throe Congressmen aro probably all Union. Tbis will bo a sain of one Gil- nan Marslon, (Union,) in place of Dcolol Marcy, (Dem.,) Jn tho lit Distric...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 17 March 1865

HOME DEPARTMENT. How Geauga Stands in Relation to the Draft. Too following ten lownshipa of this County are out of Iho draft, Laving tilled their quotas: Bainbridge, Gliesier, " Chardon, Claridon, Huntsburgn, .., Middlefield, Monlfille, (exceeiS) Newbury, Russell, Thompson. ' There Is alill, or was on the lOih Inst., a deficiency in the County of 27, distrib uted among the remaining six townships as follows: , . ' Auburn, 1' ( Burton", 1 Hambden, 9 Munson, 5 Parkman, 4 Troy. 7 We are glad to learn that all the delin quent townships are at work, and wi'l probably fill their quotas, with perhaps a single exception. But, lest there should not be sufficient efforts made in season, we take this occasion to again appeal to all interested to arouse, and resolve at once that, if labor or money can save the County from the draft, it shall be done. Let no feeling of security prevail while any deficiency, however small, remains; for the quotas roust all be filled, either by volunteering or dra...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 17 March 1865

at the -tost Tho following poom was written scvoral weeks ago, but its publication nccosiarily dotorrod until no: For the Jeffersonian Democrat. OUR COUNTRY. M 1 scroll At te per bel tonj At bei sup t sr tt lb fifl ll vit. il of b cot of it . Whon tbo Immortal Declaration O;ivo a birthday to our nation, Ws proclaimed throughout our land, Br a faithful, patriot band, Froodom'i reign was tbon most glorious, la our infanUan 1 riotorious, Froudom roignud. Whon the Federal Constitution Was crested by. concession, Much to Slavery was concodod, And to Slavery," too, was deeded. Blarory's reign was then inglorious, In our youthful land victorious, Slavery reigned. Thon, for mora than sov'enty years, Freedom and Slavery went on shares; The turgor share was always riven, And to Slavery it was given. Slavery's reign was still Inglorious, la our lovely lund victorious, Slavory reigned. Rut, when Lincoln wos clectod By the people, nit dijocted, Slavery b minions raised a storm, Threatonod our co...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 24 March 1865

It mtmo.txat. VOL." XVI, '.NO. 13. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH '2d. 1805. WHOLE NO, 793. The .Jeffersonian Democrat IS PODLISHBP EVERT FRIDAY UOIlKlwn IT CHARDON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. J. O. CONVERSE; Proprietor. ' Office on the West Side of theVublio Square directly ovor Wilkin & Kelley'eStore. . Terms, 4,00 per Year. WrA.llkliUsof Morohantable Produce takon n payment, all lie Market Price. inr.Vj paperJiscontinued untilall Arrearages 're paid, except at the option ol the Proprietor. Allcommunlcations must be addreaacd tothe Proprietor, Onstage paid.) to receive atientiou List of Public Officers. Jag. A.Garfield, Representative Congress. jvorman 1j. unartee, Common Ploaa Judge. Win.CHow.il., .. State Senator. B. 11. WojJburjr, . State Representative VT ii' i'nneH't Probate Judge. B.N. Shaw, ... . Sheriff. ; Win. N Keeney ' Clerk. A. P. Tilden. . Auditor. (). U. Nawnnmh. . . T . . - " . ICMBII1VI, Charles U. Lamb, . Recorder. D L Vnheld Proa. Attorney. ?eiu r. 180H, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 24 March 1865

Tlic Jcflcrsonian Democrat acz- .j JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor" CDARDOJOniOFRlOlT, JURCn U, 1865, Summary. A financial panio is reported in New ' Vork gold ted spectators tumbling to - ge ther.' ' " ' New York, lst Gold closed nt 155 The greatest frosliet ever known in his Country has just prevailed in New York and Pennsylvania, destroying an incalculable amount of property. Lirge porticos of Rochester, Ulica and otLcr cities were submerged. Intelligence comes from Gen. Sherman, .by Way of Wilmington and Fortress Mon roe, that he lias reached l-'ayeltevilie, and Is (here hailing to take brea Ji for n fresh art. The d.Ve is March 11, which is three days later than when he reported bimself at Laurel Hill, and as the distance between lie two places is but about thirty . miles an easy three days inarch we presume this latter account, though not official, is correct. Later accounts from Sherman indicate that, after receiving abundant supplies : via Wilmingtnn, he has crossed the Cape . Fe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 24 March 1865

HOME DEPARTMENT. The Draft. The, came tff ia this district, on Tuesday last, but we Lave.aa yet.recclvcd j no full list of drafted men. The follow! Ing 18 were drafted in Hambden, 0 being required to mi me quota : C. S. Moshef, E. P. Aylwortb John Brown, J. A. Kintr. A. L. Valentine, E. J. Stone. John McOollora, J. O. VVvpafT L. P. Thayer, , , Havel Stebbine, Benj. Babcock, Selden Hale, Horace Thayer, O. H. iiubbard, T. Murphy, A. Peats, 0. A. Sanger, U. B. Uridley. 3TVe had almost a tornado in these parte, on Friday night of last week. The wind blew furiously and Jong, level- ing fences, chimneys, fec, and otherwise ' disturbing the slumbers of our people. All of the balustrade on the north bide of . the Court House ro)f, was blown off. No lives lost, however. larThe indications of the continued and growing prosperity of the Cleveland Herald are marked and Irequent. Not long since, we noticed the fact that it had donned a beautiful new dress, and now it comes to us much enlarged. W...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 24 March 1865

Rebel Negro Soldier Act. A was I is a; dang panic re goi to1 w( fr hon by boo aj be coi bn distal . bar It was, ar 1 Th Coogtcia of the ConleiJerata States a of . America do ennot, that in order !o provide additional forces to repel iovnsiun, top maintain tho rightful pojsjssbna of the the 1 Confederate Sla.U.8, secure their iodepend ig houses. we and preserve their instuutions, the wd l resident dp, ana is nereoy, autboriz'id Messrs. to ask for and accept from the owners of McMen alaves lh rerviccs of such number of building able-bodied negro men aa he may deem scr expedient, for and during the war.to per ildinj ocei forp military service in whatever canac family. t ity be may direct, Sue. 2. That the General-in-Chief be atr.ee authorized to organizu su'd slaves into companies, battalions, regiments and ! brigades, under such regulations as the fiery t Secretary of War may pre?eribe, and to l)e commanded by such officers as the President may appoint. Src. 3. That, whilo employed in...

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