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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 5 May 1865

oiuftti VOL, XVII, NO. 19. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1865. WHOLE"K0.799.- m The Jcffcrsonian Democrat IS PCBUSRBD BVBRT FRIDAY MOBNfNO AT CHARDON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. M.O. CONVEUSE, Proprietor. Office, eornr of the Publi. Square and W.ter Srreel, oppoaitelh.Charrfon House. Terns, ftv.OO per Yenr. MrAllklndsof Mrchnubls Producetsk.n In payment, .1 Ilia Market Price. irSo p.p.rdiscontinueduntilall Arrearage, are paid. except at the option ol theProprietor. II communication, must be addressed to tb. Proprietor, (pelage paid,) to receive attention List of Public Officers. Jii. A. Garfield, Kepresenlntivelh Congress JMorraan 1. Shanes, common riea. uoge Wm. C. Howell., State Senator. B. II. Woodbury, M.C. C.aAeld, H.N.Shaw, Wm. N. Keeny, A. r. Tilden, O. K. Newcomb, Charlea H. Lamb, a.W. Canfield, Rath Edaon. State Representative . Probate Judge. , . Sheriff. Clerk. . Auditor. Treasurer. . Recorder. Pro. Attorney, i . Surveyor. ScboolExamlners. J.O.Worrallo.J Ho.l I.. J....

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 May 1865

The jclfersonian Democrat Julius' o. con verse, "Editor r " 'UMUDflX, (llllfl, Hi IDA V, MAY i, ISlii. ' Summary of News. It is dflirmcd that Jiff; Davis dictated llie terms of surrender proposed by Gen. Johnston, and, furtherr.nre, that Davis wns near llie place of conference between Sherman and Johnston. Rteckinride is reported as regretting the asNssslnation of President Lincoln, believing him to be the best friend the South ever had, and as also saying that tlie n nt 1 Slavery amend ment was perfectly just. Upon tii e receipt of llie news of tlie President's death at Green Valley, Solan County, 'Cel., a number of secessionist! met to rejoice over the event. A body of troops was Bent to break up llie meeting. lint, as tliey approached, thertnglentlera of the secessionists fortified themselves in a house, und fired at '.ho soldiers, wound ing two of lliem. The fjru.was returned by the soldbrs, and several of the seces sionists were wounded. The whole party then surrendered. The' r...

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 May 1865

HOME DEPARTMENT. HOME DEPARTMENT. A Picture Every Family Should have. We he' in stir possession, amlj sib jectlo the inspection of Iho public (gr a few days, a splendid full lotigih sire 1 por trait of Abraham Lincoln, (rum (he house of J.CButtre, of New York. Il is aJ. mired by nil who have seen it, both for ita elegance and its fidelity (o nature, be ing pronounced by those bent quujifiei to judge as at oDeMhe moat- benuiiful and the moet perfect likeness of our martyred President extant. The demand for the picture h ao grrat that it is impossible to proaplit supply it. 1 The Agen(,Mr.lI. L. jClarSip n6wjd , this CguntVi attfor further particulars, we would refer the reader to bim. Who does not want the picture? As Abraham Lincoln, though dead, yet lire in the aiFeotions of all true and loyal men and womcn.it is fitting (hat lis likeness, should have a plaee in every household where truth and loyalty re regarded. I I ! i Penalty for Adulterating Milk and Cheese. "The following law...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 5 May 1865

ODE FOR THE BURIAL OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. On. alow to smite tnd swift to up ire, Gentle, and tnoroiful and juttl 1 Woo, in the foar of Ood. didst bear Tbe iword of power, a nation's truil. lo sorrow bj thy bier wo aland, Amid the awe that huahn all, And sponk the anguish of a land Tbai shook with borror at lb; fall. Thy laak li done; tbe bond are free; We bear thee to an honored gravo, Whose nohlost monumrnt shall bo Tbe brokon fettort of tbo slave. 1 Ture was thy lifo; Its bloody close I Hatb placod thoo with the tool of light, Among; tho noble boat of those Wbo perished in tho cause of right. M. tale der or Bryant. President Andrew Johnson. For the third time In tho history of tbis Republic, tbe death of tho President bas raised the Vico Prosidont lo tbe Executive, From the more presiding officer of a delib eratiTebody yosterday.wiihout political pow cr, be is raisod to-day by tho act of an as- aassin lo tbe control of the cxoculive power ot this great country, and tbo Commander- in-...

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 May 1865

Jcffet'S0tttftlt . i I i t 1 N VOL, XVII, N0.20. ClIAltDON.GEAUGA-COUNTY. OHIO, FJUDAY, MAY 12. 1805. WHOLE NO, 800. T!ic Jcffrooniitn Democrat 1 i'I'IIMSIIRD ICVE11T FRIDAT MOKMNO AT CHAHDON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. .0. COINVI'ltSi:, rroprlflor. Office, corner of tlm Public Pquare nnd Water fcrrcol, ojnioailellif Climdon Ilmi.-e. TcriM. 4,JO irr Yrnr, "W-AUkindaof M'-rc hmittihlfl Produce taken In payment. at tiio Market I'lice. II J" papordiseiiii tinned until oil Arroarnt; tr pa id, ox cp' l the option ol i lie 1'roprioinr. .llcouiniunica.iuua must lie addressed to the Proprietor, ipjslago paki,) lo recciie oltcniiuii List of Public Officers. Js. A. Gar field, Hoprcsonitilivoin Conpross. Norman I.. Chaffee, Common I'leus Jiuluc Wl C . II nvclls, Stnle Senator. W. W. ffu Hurt , Stale Representative Probate Juil.jn. Sln-nfl. Cicrk. Auditor. Treasurer. Ilecnrder. Fros. Atmriiey. Surveyor. ScluiolExaminera. M. C. (',)( field, li. N. Shaw, Wm. N Kceny, A. T. Til.lni, . -O. If. Newcomb, diar...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 12 May 1865

TlicJclTcrsonian Democrat JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. niAnDox.omn, Friday, may i, i:tr. National Debts and U. S. Stocks. Tlic creation of national debts is tot a modern improvement, but the abili ty of a great nation lvprovide for ft great debt, nnd to make it the m.ost convenient nnd be8t form of personal property, is a modern wonder. Tlio debt of (irenl flrilnin wns b.-gun by raising n million of sterling by lonn in nnd, when her' nreat contest with Louis XIV. waster- niinatod, the debt hnd reached lifly mil lions. Many statesmen rnd economists were then alarmed at the great bur den which had been imposed upon the Industry of the country, but, when the war of the Austrian succession hnd swelled this amount to eighty millions, Macauley Bays that historians and orators pronounced the case to be desperate. I!ut when war again broke out, nnd the nntion nl debt was rapidly carried up to one hun dred nnd forty millions, men of theory nnd business both pronounced that the fatal day had c...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 12 May 1865

HOME DEPARTMENT. iTTho Court of Common ricnscom- mcnsed its session in this place on Tucs- day last, Judge ChnfTcc presiding. There was. a large amount of business on the docket, but mostly of private find local interest. The Ornnd Jury found but one indictment, and that for some minor of fense. The Petit Jury were discharged on Wednesday, for want of business, all cases having been submitted (o the Court. The term will not continue beyond the present week. Death of Rev. R. L. Chapman. It is our sad duty to announce the death of Rev. R. L. Chapman, foimir: pas'.orof the Disciple Church in this place, which occurred on Tuesday morning last.) Mr. Chapman had long been in feeble' bealth, being afflicted with that ineidiousi and fatal disease, the consumption; and Lis untimely "deth will, therefore, occa Eton no surprise. Dut it will, never theless, be read with pain. Mr. 'Chap man was a young man of superior tal ents and culture, of fine social qualities and noble aims. lie bore his pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 12 May 1865

Remarks of T. C. Grier, Esq., at Bay City. Mich., April 19th, on the Death of President Lincoln. Fi'i.Low t i nzrve A nnt'nn metirns her glorious do mI. Hut n low (lavs ngo tho downhill rt iliu J "I. el (.apitai, n ml the nir romlt r pf its mighty nrniy. Fenco wis nlioni ufuorieg in hi-r golden mm nine, and tiiu people nssi-nilltd in tat mult units to ih lienor to Abraham Lincoln, the Savior nf his country. Today cur t.hiilitiin is tit ail struck down by tho bloody I and o! tho assassin, anil a lialiou mourn B tho cl hot de'iveior. Let us lor ft lij.v mnripnts recall l '. noble iitterunops.niiil behold how Iniil.lullv holms' performed Imi tarred till"'.. In Ids lirst in nuguial aJii6e lio (aid, ' I shall take nir ns tliu Constitution iitn.ll ex . r il v eijnitu upon run, thct thn lows nt tliu Union L faithfully executed in all tl,n .Statu V hy should theno tint bo a patient C'infi'll lion In llm tiltinmlo jus I it o it tho rumple? 11 I'm Alm'nrhty liulrr ot Nations, with His eternal...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 May 1865

Jeff wemocvat soman VOL, XVII, M 21. CHARDON, G.EAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY, MAY 10. 1805. WHOLE NO, SOI. The Jcffersoiiian Democrat IS FIWLISIIRD RVEtir FRIDAY MOI1MNO AT CHARDON. GEAUGA CO.. OHIO. J.O. CO.MVCIKi:, Irorlelor. Office, corn rof tho I'ulilic Square and Water Srreet, oppojite I he Cha'iion lloui, Terms, f.i,0 irr Ycnr. fc At I kinds of Merchantable Produce taken In pi y in c nl , oi liiti M in ket I'ricc. I j-.v o u a peril i scum ill uco u inn 1 1 : r rrn rages are nald, except at the option ol the Proprietor, llcominilmcatiniia must no amirewori Kiihe IMpriuior, (postage paid,) to receive attention List of Public Officers. J as. A.Uarlii'liI, Representative In Congress. Nunnm I.. Chaffee, Common I'lean Judge. VV.n. O. II iwella. Stale Senator . II. II. V iilli iry , M. t". t Unfit-Id, II. N. Sli.-iw, ' Win N Koeny, A I. Tihleii, O. It. Newcnnib, Cliiules II Lamlt, D. V. O nllicld, S'ili K l inn. J .(. vV.irrallo, J J. V. Whlinev, J ill n Nichols, .1. W.C.IIina,. J A.M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 May 1865

The Jeircrsonian Democrat JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor." nunuiix, omn, riiiD.w, s.iv'19, Mi? Jeff Davis a Prisoner. Tho Kcbnl Southern Confederacy, which. i - . .. I,.. .i,i,.i. i ih. .1, i. f ,.3 w .h .ond the whole power of the Liu o.l Mate., ami scandalized tho c.v,l,,d world, may now bo numbered among tho. tilings that were. Thn little lif0 remaining, in it otter tho surrender and dispersion of inr innr iniiir i nri ni mrnnitn nfi.i imrr.... its armies, was extinguished on Wednesday morning of last week, by tho enpturo ol its noted chief, JitV. )ais, who hud virtually nboiibonoJ it to its falo, ami, with his fellow traitors of tho lato Richmond dynasty, was Ilooing for his lifo. What an Ignnblo end for ono who, hut for his unhallowed Bmbi tion,migh t have been nr. bnnor to li is coun try and rtci l i iino must answrr tho qnos . tion so often asked, "What will bo done with hiiur" The country expects that will bo punifihed to tha lull extent of tho law. A fouler criminal never canio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 May 1865

HOME DEPARTMENT. 3TThe minute of the Annual Meeting of the Ocnuga County Snbbalh S:hool Uniop, which were icccived loo late lor llm issue, will bo published ntxl week. jt-iTThe Cleveland Leader lias recent ly been much enlarged. As tlio Larler I one of the ablest and best of our Union journals, we are pleased to notice this Im provement. !t "Tli pft!nrn1 in lalllitnnnn tina lirntl M.-U t' ... U. II.V..H..u,V ..... received Ol the dentil, IU UOSpitHl, Ol.Mf. T l.-'f I.! art I. n T T . 1. I ")"uut Xi ' "i w""j enlisted from Charduu. particular. ' We have no X-S"Oeorgo M. Kliondos.df New York, is now slopping at '.be Cl.ardon Iloue, with a vnluitble improvcmrnl in "Self Acting Wagon Lock," far superior to nny ever ollered in this Slate. We advise nil iotciesttd to call and eximino tho im provement. JtiTllr. John Murray, 2 l.of Ibis place, is agent for the Kiriland Mills. I The Frost On the morning of tli 12ili inst., was umifii ally cevcro. Wntir froze to tlie depth of one finrth of ni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 May 1865

For the Jeffersonian Democrat. PEACE. (A Parody) BY O. MINER. From Hampshire's mcj monnlaiol To Southern burning strand, Whore California's fnuntaini Abound in golden ttind, AH down thu Mississippi, O'er hill and grnssy plain, Tneountrv, town and city Swcut I'uncu ruturua again. Alihn' with keenest anguish Th J widow's heart has bird, Alt ho' in vain wo languish For ton and brothers dead, Alihn' witli blood and cartingo Our land ia smoly stuiii.'d. Yet Slavery a nearly b unshod, And I'ouco r lIu i in again. Khali wi) wlin lung hnvo gloried In Ft oodnm's brilliant spaik, Deny this right an sacred To him whose skin ia (link? Lot equal rights and freedom Bn constantly our aim t By righionus acts wu'll lead liitn, And liberty proclaim. Extend to -robots pardon Whene'er wo SBlnly can, 5"or lut our hearts o'er bnrdoa Against our brother man ; Let pence and pure religion Re spread thro' ovory land, And justice rule each nation, Moo live a friendly baud. Giro thanks and adoration TnGod, who...

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 May 1865

MfttX-BOtiXCM WtWlQtV VOL. XVII, HO. 22. CHA11D0N, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, .FRIDAY, MAY 20.1865. WHOLE NO, 802. The Jcffcrsoiiian Democrat 18 rCDUSIIED EVERT FRIDAY MOHNINQ AT CHARDON, GEAUGA GO., OHIO. J.O. COXVEItSF., lrtirl?lor. Office, cnrnrnf the Public Sqnare and Water Street, opposite t he Chai don House. Terms, $2,00 icr Ycnr. 3r Allklndsof Merchantable 1'roduc. taken to payment, at tlie Market Trice. (t?No paperdiaenntimied until all Arrearages re paid, except at Ibe option of ihcl'roprietor. All communications must be addressed to the Proprietor, (postage paid,) to receive attention List of Public Officers. Ja. A.Oarlield, Kopreseniativein Congress. Norman I.. Chaffee, Common FleaaJudge. Win. C. Howetls, State Senator. B. at. Wo.Jburr, M. C. Canfield, H.N.Shaw, Wm. N Keony, A. P. Tilden, . . It. Newcomb. Charles U Lamb, 0.W. Canfield, State Representative . ' t'ro"bate Judge. . Shcrill. . ' . . . Clerk. Auditor. Treasurer. Recorder. Proa. Attorney. Surveyor. School Examiner. ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 26 May 1865

MM... iiv ! . n a i uc jciiursuniunueniocriu JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. Union County Convention. Tbt Union Voter of Geauga County are requeued to meet ia Mats Convention at Chariton, on Saturduy, June 10M, 1866, at II o'clock A. M , for tbe pur pote of appointing five Delegate to rep resent mid County In the Union State Convention, to be held at Columbus on the Slat if tbe mine month. Let there be a full attendance. By order of the Central Committee. J. O. CONVERSE. Chairman. Chardon, May 25, 1865. The Third Series of Seven Thirties. great success 'JO must -waya be looked upon a one of the most power fill evidences ol tils strength of the Uuited States Government, and ofila strong hold upon the confidence and affections ol the people On Sat urday, May I3'li, the auliacriptloni were over thirty million dollar, and, Tor thoweck ending on that day, over ninety-tight million dot fart, and in the throe months that the I.onn has been In charge of Mr Joy Cooke, over fine hundred trillion ...

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. — 26 May 1865

HOME DEPARTMENT. The National Fast. It li expected that, on Tuursds next, sue day appointed by President Johnson a day of fasting, hnmiliation and prayer, in view of our great National be teavement, , business will be generally suspended, and appropriate religious serv ices held, throughout the country. An address will be 'delivered by Presiding Elder VV. F. Wilton, at the M. E. CLurcb in tbis place, at I t o'clock' A." M. tW Dr. L. A. Hamilton, of this place, las been appointed Examining Surgeon for Geauga County, under the Slats Mil ilia Law. A roatAoiCoi-jiTT Bor Cxm'tus Tnt Gseat ItiBEi,. Oil. Prilchard, who commanded Ihe forcei that ceptnrid JelT. Davis, isa eon ol Lam bert Pritchnrd, at Nelson, in this (Jimmy He la about thirty five yean of age. and is exceed ingly well spoken ol by all who know him. Ho laried in lite as a meclianie, but jiiat prior to the commencement of the war had completed a course of law etudy, Some ten or a doim years ainca, he went to Michigan, and join...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 26 May 1865

Our Washington Correspondence. WASHINGTON, D. C., May 13, 1865. The fevot ol excitement following tbo as assinsiion ot Mr. Lincoln, nJ which, for a long ti at, almost prevented proper atten lion lo daily business, bai subsided and, thaoks lo tbo flexibility of republican iiieti luiions, tbo Uovernmeol is root ing smooth ly along, instead of being plunged into con fusion, ai tbo assassins and Iboir setters oo hoped It would bo, by tbo daatb of IheTres idem and tbo expected death of bit princt pal conatltutional advisor It anything fur Ibor wors -needed bojood "tbo fxiiiiuisb wool of ibe I.nbellion, the ruin of it lead era, and the dotiruction of Blarory ai it came, to abow to the adf ocatet of munarohy in the old world, and to Ibotriond ot liber ty aver? where, that a democracy among an educatoil poople was tho strongest form of ajroveroiuoui, it was mo urmiioee wmi wu.cu our liopublio withstood the shock of a hanee ol rulers at to critical a time in its history, and under circuintia...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 2 June 1865

Jeffets ontnti wtmrnxm. VOL, XVII, NO. 23. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY, JUNE 2. 18G5. WHOLE NO. 803.' The Jcffcrsonian Democrat is rtjnLisiiRi) RVEnr Friday MonniNo at CHARDON, GEAUGA jCO OHIO. J.o. CONVnilSi:, Proprietor. Oflicc. corner of the Tiiblio Square nnd Water Street, opposite the Chardon House. Terms, $3,00 per Ycnr. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. I. N. HATHAWAY, Attorney nt I.tw, Chardon.Gliio. &3rOflice, ene door south of the Court House, up stairs. ' V84lf ? 1 L. . BVaitE. . B. STKrHKHSO.N. DURFERA. STEPHENSON,. Attorneys at Law, KrOfiico, 1 door south of the Court House, up atuirs, Chardon, Ohio. aaaif MURRAY & CAN FIELDS, Banker, Clinrdon.Ohm; Ofllee ec-nd door north of Ayres' Store, Uuy and sell N. Y. Kx., -2u Couuimis, Uold and Silver. 743wtl CAN FIELD & SMITH, Attorneys at T.rtw, Chnrdon, Ohio. Office in Union Ulock. up staira. t26 E.COWLES, Auctioneer. Having obtained a License from Government lo sel) good, lie will adono. to nil ealU within tlio limits ...

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

The Jeffersonian Democrat j'g! rp n foTTnp a r, u x e itriscsr Union County Convention. The Union Voters of Geauga County requeued to oieet in Mast Convention AtCharjlun, en Saturday. June IMA, Wr.t lj. o'clock A. M , for the pur pose, of ppolaijng fiv Delegate to rep reseat said County In ihe Union Stato Contention, lo, bo held at Columbus on Abe 21st cf -& same month. Lei there tt a full attendance. Jij or&ex of the Central Committee. J. O. CONVERSE, Chairman. Chardon, May 25, 1865. The Last Rebel Army Surrenders— The War Ended. II win bo toon by tbo following odiolal bulletin that the War it ondod. Tho last organized forco of tho Robollion--tho Ar- .my ot Iver.by bmitlm-having surrendered, .peace follows at a matter of coureo. Cut, as no formal decraratioo of war preceded hoi tilitlos.no formal declaration of peaco w'"l ba mado at tboir close, Tbo order of tbo War Department releasing priionori under ontouco by military tribunal of Imprison-'-! snout during (he war, Js lu...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 2 June 1865

HOME DEPARTMENT. Claridon Farmers' Club. We had the honor of attending the meeting ol this Club vjhich was held at the residence of Mr. T. C. Well, ill Clarldon, latt Wednesday after noon. A liH number of members were pres ent, and tbamost lively Interest manifested on llie pa i f of ail. Essays were rend by Kev. E. D. Taylor and Nodi Pomcroy, Esq , upon. iKo qno. lion before tlic mocling, after .whicli Uicro was a i.-nuial Interchange) ol vUiws nrnong thoro pre it. ' Wo niUHt any (hat we were both enter tained and Instructed, and more than ever Im pressed with iho utilityof such associations.. The Club will pleat uecopl our thnnka for ths compliment bestowed in electing us an honorary member, licv. Time. Kadchflo, who was also present, wns honored in the same manner. The entertainment provided by the lamily of Mr. Wells, was moxt ample and excollent, and poke well for their enterprise and hospitality. The next met ting of tho Club is to bu held at the residence of Mr. Edwin Danelaw...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 2 June 1865

The 7-30s and End of the War. Tbe greatest war of modern history hns ended in triumph. The country has dem onstrated the vastnesa of its nnwer. IT knew ii was great; now all the world knows- it. Oar neighbors across the water - who said our erv r,in. Z tipsn thnt w hnni.t kM . .1 Ir hii - ?c r J . ?5C h er mat we must tall to merp. and vrv small piocea at that now take off their - liats and beg to assure us of their "most .distinguished consideration." Verily 1 a young nation that can raise two millions ol fighting men and -two thousand mill- ons of money, just lor the asking, is wor my ol Diin "considered. 1 tier tOUl s we could not carry on the war six months without begging for loans in Eu-i ropean markets. We did carry on such ft war as they never dreamed of. for otir' years, and never asked for a dollar; and ihey now wish to buy our bonds at an ad vance or tiny per cent, over last year's prices. Government stocks are quoted as brisk and.iu demand; and well they may be, lor the ...

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