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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 31 March 1865

r '. VOL, XVI, NO. 14. CUARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 31. 1865. WHOLE NO;794, 4 ' s s . i i a . , s ssai The Jcffcrsonian Democrat IS PUBLISHED EVERY TIUDAY M0IININ6 AT CHARDON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. . 3. Q. COMVEItSC, Proprietor, . Oliico on the West Side of the Public Square diregily over V ilkiua & Itclley'sSioie. Terms, S,0O pc Year. : tr All kinds of M-rchantable Produce taken tn piyment , at llie Market Price. . t J-N piper liscontinucd untilall Arrearages are paid, except at t lie option of the Proprietor . All communications must be addressed to llio Proprietor, (pistage paid,) 10 receive oltentlon List of Public Officers. . Norman L. Chaffee, Common Picas Judge. Wm. O. lliwetls, ft. H. Woodbury, M. C. Onn field, H.N. Shaw,, : Wm. N Kconey A. P. Tildon, ). R. Newcomb, Charles II. Lamb, f. Wi Cmfield, state senator. State Representative i Probate Judge. ; Sheriff. . A . , Clerk. ( Auditor. " Treasurer. Recorder. ' Pros. Attorney. Surveyor. SclinalExamiucra. Sath ...

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. — 31 March 1865

The JclTcrsonian Democrat ! JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor cn a fi d ox7onY6 , f"r i d n , lii a r nni7fsc. Gen. Garfield and the Enrollment Law. We regret to notice a lengthy article io tbe the Warren Chronicle.derowd to ungenerous tricturoi vpon the action of Ocn. Garfiotd In relation to the Enrptlmont Law. Although it contains much that Is plausiblo, it seems to mi to present a superficial view of tho ques tion, and to do gront injustice to the motives nnd judgraont of our distinguished Repro- eentativo. The law, as it now ctands, pro Tides that "hereafter all persons mastered Into tho military or ttavol service, whether as volun teers, substitutes, roprosnntatives. or other wis, shall be credited, to tho Stato. and to tho ward, township, precinct, or other en rolfmont sub district whore such sonons be long by actual residence, (if such persons hnveao actual residence within tho United Statos.) and where Such porsons worn or snan do enrolled, (i. liable to enrollment; ) and thus, at ...

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. — 31 March 1865

HOME DEPARTMENT. JSaV-Elootion on Monday neit. Let ever Union Totor be at th poll. To Our Patrons. We this week mark upon ibe papers of oar subscribers genorally, the numburi ant! dale lo whloh tboy hare respectively paid tbelr subscriptions. We trait nono will feel aggrieved by this, as it looms necessary for tbo Information of all concerned, and applies ai well to the prompt it tbo tardy. Our'preiont iorarlable tcrmi are $2 per 5ear, and our former terms, when pay moot wrai not made withla tbe year, were the aamo. To those, however, wbo are Indobtod for more than two years' subscription, we make thii effort if, before tbe 15th of May next, tboy will pay up all arrearages, and for tbe eurroat year, we will charge them S3 per year Tor but two years, and $1,60 per year for tho remaining time.. Thus, one who hat paM nothing since Jan. lit, 1863, may discharge his indebtedness to Jan. 1st, 1866, by paying j and others longer delinquent at the same rate. In view of previous off rs, wo r...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 31 March 1865

What An Editor Might Have Been. Holland, tho editor cf tho Sprlngflold (Mass J Republican, has been up in Ver mont, lo ' Wliore hi cuno trom," and ho thus sketches what ha should. havo bocn if lio had not .kit homo aud bccoino an eniton Your correspondent would have grown rtalwart and strong, with lmrny hands and u face as black as (be eco of spades. ' lie wnutd'hiiuo taught school winters, woikt-d rib tho farm lammon. mid cono ou having fifteen days lu July, and taken' for pay tho iron work and running gear ot a wagon. At two-and-tweuty, or thereabouts, ho would bavo brguu to pat attention to a girl with a fathor worth 3.000, and a opit ourl . ou hor forohoad a girl who alwavs went to singing school, and alwajs "sot io tho Scats," and sang without opening hor mouth protty girl any way. Well, after Booing hor home fro.it siuging-achonl, for two or throrf years, taking ior to n Fourth of July, and rotting about iftlOO toguthor, ho would havo married and settled down. Years would pass...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 7 April 1865

Jeffet VOL, 1Y1.N0.15. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 7. 1865. WHOLE N0.795, The Jcffcrsonian Democrat ,, 18 PUOMSHKO EVERT FRIDAY liOMUKO AT CHARDON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. J.O. CONVE119E, Proprietor. Office on the West Side of the PublicSquare directly oyor Wilkin. 4c Kelley'.Stora. Term a, $9,00 per Year. r Altkludsof Merchantable Produce taken u payment, attlie Market Price. TJTM paper discontinued untilall Arrearage, re paid, except at the option ol the Proprietor. All communication muat be addreaeed to the Proprietor, (p istage paid,) to receive attention List of Public Officers. at. , A.Oarfiftld. Itenrcsenlativein Connmu. Norman L. Chaffee. Common Plea. Judee. mr r- ta ii . State Senator. D. U. Woodbury, Stat. Representative Probate Judge, Sheriff. Clerk. Auditor. . ' ' i ' Treaaurer. ' ' " Recorder. Pro.. Attorney. . Surveyor. BclinolExamineia. . M. G. CanHeld, B. N. Shaw, Win. N Keoney A. P. Tilden, O. K. Newcomb, Charles (I. Lamb. O.VV. Canfield, Seth IQdaon. n, ,...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 7 April 1865

, The JclTcrsonian Democrat! . ... .. 1 nam. on in, nun ay, mil :, m j Richmond is Ours! ftok u '.i,. . which -has given a thrill of 'joy to every .. v.. r: Joys -ha In the" country.'-Tho tbtl ' Canital (a era. ad .U .-lLl.il P.dL and fcabinet a't-e fiiu.tnf wiih T.p' hnai I" - " ----- ... . . ii' iv.ih nnd demoralized m mv. before the vie o- i. : i ., , r V. -'. wuu iriuus ui uib uiiiPii i i resiuent Lincoln eends gteetinjr from the late1 Watisfon of Jeff. Davis ! And the treople. ! long ettfferlpg. batl their deliverers wit , , joy Tho news needs do comment,' cor an any that may bu suggested -depQn.; r intensify the profound impresiorf its' 8implc.annoncement ha. made Upon the public: mind. Everybody feels ii'isllncl-! ively that tbe great battle is won. AJ1 1 , i..". i ,, . i i j. j. i .l ! a . lienor to our LeroeS, both living tnd dead, . nnd long live the Kepublic 1 ' j Success of the 7-30 Loan. 0ur rea'dcra ,wjll- notice, thiit fubflcrip tiooa to the populir 7-3U Loan?Hi q sii...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 7 April 1865

HOME DEPARTMENT. The Election. ; In Chardon, and we presume through ont Geauga County; the Election of Mon day Iat wai a very quiet, and the vote a very light one. So far a we know, the Union ticket met with r.o onnoaitinn. Tn .this- township, a. W elected unanimously. The . following are tboi ",,,UT -" vijiiiiu winters elect ofCh'ardonl . "'"'' ; 1 1 ..--'. i , Township Officers. Clerk-A. W. YOUNU. .Aaeessor C.' A.VAUOim. ; , Treasurer JOHN MURRAY, 2d. '! TruWes-AUSTIN CANiELD,U& TIIWINO.'JMROCKAFELLOW; -' ConsiftblesE. "' 0. WHITE, N. J PARKS. ' Corporation Officers. : Mayor A. P.TILDEN. .. Recorder C, W. MUNSELL. ;. : Trustees D. O. KELLOGG, THOS. INIbiTCALF, , A..,., MfipOWAN. II. S. I WOOD, JOHN MURRAY, 2d. ' - '' 1 I I -Thn fall of Richmond occnslonod aa ereat rcloicibir here as olsowhom -.,.1 ' " v. .Itoyi 'oat no time in bringing out the gun, i to thornier lorth tbo tlad fidinca ' ' , "'uuut " luu K'"u "Ul"t?- , The Railroad Case. Tho syJUbus of tho decision of tho Sa-i ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 7 April 1865

The Raving of a Rebel Editor About the fate of Southern Women. P i at Nt b ae bt tt ai at Bi es di th i: m eq ir at bi th 86 The niobmonJ Tiig says that If the P'oalh is suhjagsted lbs mon onn go into xile or die ft fining, bui the women are to &biS roduoed to a terriblo ooudition. Hear the ranting! I "Who tha tendor, delicately rorturod lo Uouthers worooq the ease ii far different; b, a- row vi loom may ny io foreign oumoi, there to weep oat their unblestod lives iu tears which being no relief, and to waste , thoir night In priyer which beat in tain J at the doors of Hauvon; the rest mutt ro il; main bohind in a land aoooried, subject to their two tlaret, overawed by negroos in at Yankee uniform, drazsod to prison for the cl slightest words, outcast from the homo of Dl tnelr childhood, oarttwig a precaalous living a by labor tho most menial and degrading. , aod forced at last, as a refuge from absolute husbands, llnrlod from afllioooo to the very depths of poerty, cast down fro...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 14 April 1865

iff era SSI 0iit am t4 jiiiemaetat VOL, XVI, i0. 10. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO.-FRIDAY, APRIL 14. 1805. WHOLE NO, 796. 1 The Jcfforsoniau Democrat ta PUBLISH ED, EVERY FRIDAY MORNING AT CHARDON, GEAUQA CO., OHIO. J.O. COKVEUftE, I'toi.iUlot. , Office on the West Side of the Public Square eiroctly over Wjlkius &. Kelley'sSioie. , , Terms, &9,G0 per Yenr. W"Alkliidsof Merchantable Protiuce taken i pnyment, at tiie Market Prion, , ,- 0".Vi paperjiscpntinued untilall Arrearages re paia, except at t lie option o,l the Proprietor All cotntnumcotlona mutt bo ailHrcsFcj to the Proprietor, (postage paid,) to receive attention List of Public Officers. Jtt. A. Garfield, Iteprwieriiativcin Congress. w , vjiiaiioe, common I'lons Jutlpe. t hi. (j. iioweiia H. U. WoodiHiry, -M. 0. OauGeld, Jt. N. Shaw, Wm. N Keoney A. P. Tilden,. -0. R. Newconib, . Charles (I. Lamb, D.W. Canlield, ; fcijtli Elaoti. , niaie senator. State Ropreseniutive Probate J ude. Klienlt. . CleiJt. ' ' ' AiiditiW. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 14 April 1865

Thcleflcrsonian Democrat Julius- 67 con verse, Editor niARDOX.'flllin, FlilDAi', APRIL Summary. "Tho war news grows moro and tnoro glorious, and occasions .universal rejoicing. Tho full of R chmond baj boon speedily fol lowed by the surrender of Loo with his' en tire army, to long the main reliance of tho Rtfbollion. Johnston must follow suit. Tbo end Is near. 'Hail, Colnmbia ! happy land !" The .President 'has issued a nroola nation declaring lliat Lvreaftcr nil nations that exolude our war-vessels from their legal privileges and immuninilies in their porta, shall . sufler the game depiivntion ja respnet 10 their war-vessels in our i arbors. , The Herald publishes n list of general officers surrendered by Leo. It comprises tho General-in-Chief, three Lieutenant .General, seventeen Major Generals, 6ixty one Lmadier uetit-ials. Amom iliem are Anderson, Echols, Ewell, (already a prisoner, J 1'innegan, Heath, Biishrod John-ton, Kershaw, Loogstrecf, Mahone, McCausl nd, Moseby, OuM, Exch...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 14 April 1865

HOME DEPARTMENT. Proclamation by the Governor. COLUMBUS, April 8. STATE OF OHIO, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, April 8. The God of bottles Las blessed our at rnies, and (lie glorious cause of humau freedom. Uuder Ilia approving smiles, patriotic and brave men in the field have achieved unparalleled triumphs; the rebel capital has been conquered and given back to the Union, and the army (bat held it in rebellion has been broken and scat tered; the military power of the rebellion, the, strongest obstacle to peace ha re ceived a terrible shock, and our gallact armies are pursuing ii to 6na! extinction. For all, this we owe praise and teanksgiv ing to Almighty God, recognition of the services and sacrifices of our noble sold iers, and rejoicing over the triumph of right, the crushing of rebellion, and an early return to peace snd prosperity in toe land. ' .. It is therefore recommended that Fri day next, the 14th day of April, being the anniversary of the fall of Fort Sumter, be generally obser...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 14 April 1865

jf'C'ra'itt from tho Annunl Address be with almoi ot llie Hew York StUe Cheoso Man ' ol cfacref' Convention, by X. A. Wil dwelling lard- [PUBLISHED BY REQUEST. PROTECTIVE ADVANTAGES OF ASSOCIATION. i Tho Inauguration of A8oeited Diirios is lbhinpidty producing a tevottiiion in old cur in it'inn. .and in hcratofdrn Etrd ideas. It baiidio' ,cbos tbolruporiatit Iomoii that i&iouis j-an adopt, successfully, too snme tncauB " 0 V01' ,0 beui-nciM to ibe mer- t ant( ,h6 j,auir wmi lrit) commercial roan lf ,he wor'J- ny tt cuLSoliiliuion of inter which eje it tbo duirxroan tif to day csu wield a moDcr and influence rover before vouched, 1 to vast capital in land aid hard Is of n destroetio!i"ant'al pcrrnanctit character, while aS2rcK",e product ot tba tares, an ths j"""-' amounting in value, to tuilliou of .'dollar, compels respect from those who 88Twauld atsurno that tho propor piovinoo of conrtjjj farmer a a to till Iho boil, leaving for then to divide tlio'j.rt fit tnodely teakct the...

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. — 21 April 1865

0-niati Ben0ctft 3 VOL, XVII, M). 17. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FJIIDAY, ArlUL 21. 18G5. WHOLE MO. 797: The Jcffcrsoninn Democrat I. PUHLISUEI EVEttY FniOAY MOItMNO AT CHARDON,-GEAUGA CO., OHIO. I.O.GO.WEUSi:, IMoptltfor. Office, cornTof Water Srreet and llio Public Square, opposite the Ck ardon House. Tirmt! 4L9 AA ni Win- MT VlUtudsof Merchantable Produce taken! II payment, al the Market Print, 117 N t paper lUcominued anlilall At reamers " R V. "'V-rir. :::;r.,.':'.?r;S VJ9 ?rrMM!?Yto List of Public Officers. isa. A.OiflioliJ. Reprcsentativcin Congress. "urinaii u. yjn ailue, iwommoh 1 leas JikIl'c. minion Menu Judge. State Senator. late Representative . rrobaw Jaripe. mi j. luwejus, B B. WojJli,(.rf , S M. U. Can riuld. . It.'Hirttaw. Sheriff. Win. N . Keeney A. P. Tildett, (. It. Newcomh, Cliarlea If ..Lamb, I). W. Canfiold, S.ith P. lann. Clerk. Auditor. Treasurer. Recorder. Pros. Attorney. - Surveyor. SchoolEsaminors. J.O. Worrallo, IVorrallo, f Whitney, Niclinla, J.V. Jo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 21 April 1865

cm The JcfTcrsonian Democrat JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. riUIlDM, OHIO, Fill DA V, il'llIL 21, Wi.f The Assassination of President Lincoln. A duty oars, can we per form ii? 'A grout and good man tho lorcd nil honored, tho tried and trusted Chlel Magistrate of theso Unltod States has fallen by the hand bf a rile assassin, and tho Nation mourns! - In tho hour of tri utnph, and In tho in! Jut of unwonted rejoic ing, iuick as tho ligbttiin'a fluBh is a dirk ahodow cast oror all loyal hearts. What means this mighty pagoaot of a Datum grief? It is not that death aod mourniog ro in tho (and, for it waa filled with tbotc before not that our hopos of success have' been suddenly blighted or dimmed, fnr Iboy wore never Irigbtor: but that tho Head of tho Nation, with his great work toomlngly but half accomplished, hos fallcri, tho nO- lost of alt tbo victims of tho crimo that has dolugod our country in blood I. To ciprest tho significance of an vent in the presence of which all tho pooplo stand...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 21 April 1865

oilier to avoid frilling. Gov. Fnrwcll ooonl recovered his presence of mind, nnd ml guild against further cl nnmliifl,. which lie believed menaced the bends of Hie Oovernment, look ilin precaution In Inrkj . a . . . ... . . . 11)0 uoor and tXlinnimii llie ens whlcuf liftdbeen dihily burning in the rooror Alter gtving warning tulow, he went procured a guard. Killer the to whom this part of ihe WO.k was m$ signed, quailed when tlie'titne came, orli the early retiring of the Vice PruMdcntj or tbe quick arrival ol Uov. l urwtll de ranged the plan ' .Tho bearing Ihe occas'roh ol tiliice, has answered the expect bia most ardent friends. oi km His appearance - denotes the possesaiou of excellent .j ; ., . ... ,,, - and that bis a'crling Jhlellectul.poweraJTcru,y iu uu ucKreo iujjjiiiiou. lum v' rrnn mil Hnc linn ii r nitinvuri' in Ht-i'iiur iiniiti1 i - . . - - - - o Garinir iiis inie vihii to ivicumona, Was most lionefullv impressed bv bisH bearing and conversation. : His reialionsp00 wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 21 April 1865

The Horrors of War. A correspondent of tho New York rr .1 i. j -i ,l. . I- S c"i"uro uiuuium, o. v., mnj. Those who are ucacriuainied with borrors of war cannct rpnrz-'.lhe fearfulto suuerings u emails on manaina. i ney read of it in papers and books, gilded over with its false glnre and sliange fas cinations, as a splendid came of glorioiu battles and triumphs, but close their eyes to i'l bloody horrors. The battle field is tolhem a field ol honor a Geld of glory, where men resign their lives amidst the joys of conquest, which hallow the sold ter's gory coucb, and lights up his death featurea with a smile. in heroic fiction, but how different the reality 1 Could these fireside heroes but witness a oaiue-held, with its dead, its dying and wounded, writhing in ntoni emg tortures, or wiir.c8s"the poor victim under the scalpel kcite, with the field hos pilal clodded wiib human gore, and ful of maimed bodies and dissected limbs o their fellow-creatures, war would lose it J false elutrm ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 28 April 1865

Mm&tvah VOL. XVII, HO. 18. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY,. APRIL 28. 1865. ' WHOLE HO. 703. The Jcffersonian Democrat IS PfJDLtSltEft IVSRT FRIDAY MOItNIKO AT CHARDON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. . M.O, COIVVEUSE, lroirlrlor Office, corner of tho Public Square and Water frrreot, opposite the Chatdoii House. Terms, &'i,00 per Tenr. rAllklnds of Merchantable I'roJuce taken la payment, at the Market Price. 0N paper lUcontinticd nniilall Arrearages are paid. except at tliooptlon ol ihe Proprietor. All ciitn nunivatiom must be addressed to the Prtfsrieter. (pjstage paid,) to receive attention. List of Public Officers. 1. Garfield, Iteprescntstiveiii Congress. Norman L. ChafFue, Common Picas Judge. im. yj . linwcili. H.Ji- W-wdliiirr. M. ti. Canfleld, B.N. Shaw, Vfm. N Keeny, A. P. Tildeii, -O. II, Newconib, Cliarlea . Lamb: U.W. Oinfioid. B-th F.dson. J.O. Worratto, J J. V. Whitney, Julia Nichols. State Kunaiur. State Representative . Probate Judge. . Sheriff. i Clerk. a Auditor. '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 28 April 1865

The JelTcrsonlan Democrat JULIUS 0. CONVERSE Editor. ChtRDOX, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1205. The Funeral Cortege. At ire write, the remaini of President Lincoln are en route for 8priiiJfiold, Illinois, Ml old bomo, where thry will bo buried. The fanorelcortcgo, which la truly a mag nificent ono, left Washington on Friday last, and i cipocfod to arrive at Spring- ' field on Wednesday next. It will bo in Clotoland on Friday of this week. All along tho routo, the tpstinloniajs of public Borrow are displayed, and, wborovor tho op portunily ia ofTorded.vast multitude throng to gZQ upon tbe featurei of tho murdered President. Tho reception givon to.tbo cor ' lege in New York, it (aid to bavo surpassed ' everything of the k,iud OTer k-oowu boforo In that city. Ao appropriate and eloquent oration wera dolivorod upon the occasion, by . lion, Ooo. Bancroft, tho historian. Tho procession occupied throo hours In passing given point. It Is estimated that 120,000 persons viewed the remains, and' 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 28 April 1865

HOME DEPARTMENT. District Court. Tlio District Court fur ibis County wi in session on Wednesday, Judges Chaffee, Gltddon and Ambler op (bo Bench. The several CAtei in error of Hie riinosville and Hudson R. R. Co. were disposed of in favor of Iho Company, tbe judgment of the Common Plens being affirmed. . In the case of Randall & Burtona Vs. J. C. Barllett, tbe Court dismissed the ap peal. Milton M. Pbclpa was admitted as an Attorney at Law. . Vacancies in the Naval and Military Academies. Ho. J. A. GarAuld sends us the follow ing, to which we would call tho spcctul atten tion of oar readers t HIRAM, OHIO, April 25th. 1865 Two vacancies haro qecurrod in the IT: S. Naval Acariomy, and one In tho Military Academy, which are to-bd filled frtim the 19 lb Congressional District. It becomes my duty by law to nmnioatetho candidate for appointment.' I am desirous tif finding throe young men who will fill Itioao tncsn olea with credit to tbosuiolvea aud the Dis irlol. . . I havo, therefor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 28 April 1865

Speech of General Garfield. I t t 1 I ( c b E At the great meetinj hold 1u Ne'V Ynrk City on the rteeptiou of the news of I'repi lent Lincoln's death, speeches were made by several prominent men. Among oth ers, Gen. Garfield was Introduced ezi said I have just rescind this clly from tlis i city of Washington. Tho ni-!it before the I a-itasinatmn (if A WSnm !.insuln.-thi-re i win held a meeting at which rra: er- j pressed the i-ir.t in? of this nation as it was never espressed before, in view of tho t great vi.-torici which had crovacd our ' nrms, and now it has found this terrible 1 t-mrasi, o ids news mi,Kn nas '"a tie. Irnm tlmt hlaaa If. ll.ia Inct m t of f"- '" i Madness it seems aa though tiio kcbelltBn i had determined Ibat the President of the aoldiera should go with the soldiers who have luid down their lives on the bnttle-1 licld. '1'hey alow tho nobjeat and leii Ileal heart that ever put down a rebfllion ' nnnn thin mrtli f A nnlnim 1 I ' not to seem irrnverep ii. say n" U...

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