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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 14 July 1865

jfcfft&0ttf&tl tBetttocrat. 1 U' VOL, XVII, NO. 29. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY; OHIO. FRIDAY, JULY 14. 1865. WHOLE NO. 809. The Jcffcrsonian Democrat 13 PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY MORRINO AT CHARDON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. J.O. CONVEUSE, Proprietor. Office, corner of the Public Square and Water Strcot, opposite the Chardon House. Terms, $3,00 icr Ycnr. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. I. N. HATHAWAY, Attorney nt Law, Chardon.Ohio. Mr-Office, no door south ol tho Court House, up eti irs. 784tf L. E. DURFEE. I. E. STBFIIENSON. DURFEE Sc. STEPHENSON, Attorneys at Law. fc-Oflice, l door south ol the Court House, up stairs, Clinrdon, Ohio. 382tf MURRAY & CANKIELDS, flankers, Chnrdon, Ohio. Office second door north of Ay res' Store. Buy and sell N. Y, Ex., 6-20 Coupons, Gold and Silver. 743wtl CAN FIELD & SMITH, Attorneys at Law, Clinrdon, Ohio. Office In Union It lock, up stairs. b26 E.COWLES, Auctioneer, Having obtained a License from Government to sell goods, he will attend to all calla within t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 14 July 1865

The Jeffersonian Democrat JUXITJS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. 1'IIAflDOX, ODIO, FRIDAY, JULY M, 1365. UNION STATE TICKET. For Governor, J. D. COX.ol Trumbull County. I'or Lieuienant CJovernor, A.Q. McBUKNKY, of Warren County. For Supremo Judge, J; BRINKERHOFK, of Richland Couniy. For SiprMne Judge, (Short Term,) JMO. VVfclXH.of A thins County. For Treasurer' of Stale, S S. WARNER, of Lorain County. For Attornoy (Jenernl. 1! H WK.ST.ol Logan County. For School Commissioner. . C. NORR1S, of Harrison County, For Cleik of the Supreme Court. KODNKYFOOS, of Clinton County. For Board ol Public Worka, JAMfcSMOOKL, of Coshocton County. "States and State Rights." The last cumber of Harper's Weekly has ft leader with the alovo title, which ex presses our own views io much more clear ly and forcibly (ban we could express them in onr owo language, t hat we can do our readers no bolter serrico than to ro-producs it in this place. The question of Stato rights, says tbo writor, is Tory unimportant compare...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 14 July 1865

HOME DEPARTMENT. The Panorama. Tb Grand Panorama illustrating the Martyrdom of President Lincoln, was exhibited in Ibis place on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings of the present week, to large and deeply inter ested audiences. It is really a magnificent tfjiiir, worthy alike of the artists and the Miiject. Our friends of the Painesville Telegraph say truly of this series of paint ings : It is tbe most thrilling and life like history that can be written of the great National Tragedy. We have wit nessed many an exhibition of tbe pano ramio characier.but always hitherto with tbe painful consciousness that the fertile imagination of the artist had been drawn upon, if not for the incidents, at least for much of Ibe details, But this picture is truthful in the highest degree, and gives a more lasting history of the melancholy tragedy than could the perusal of ten vol umes of printed matter. But it is not alone the pictorial exhibition that re wards the visitor. Mr. Rufus Somerby acco...

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

Execution of the Conspirators. Washington, Julj C In accordance with finding and sentence of iho Militnry Com mixdion, which rro.idonl Johnson approved Tpntordsv, David K. IlarroM, Lewis l'ayno, Kirs. Mary K. Surratt and Uoorgo Atnerott aro lo to hung to morrow ly tho proper military authorities. Dr. MniM, Kntminl Arnold and O'Laughlin ore to ho impris oned for lifo. Spnngler is sentenced Co six yenrt' imprisonment at hard litlior in tlio l'enitonliary at Albnuy. - Wasainuton, July 7. All of tlio con ciminrd conspirators sontonuoil to bo linngod o ily, were exoculod. On petition of Mary E. Rurrntt, through rmr counsel, Mossre. Aikon nnd Clomfitt, Imlcn Wylio, of tlio Supromo Court of this District, directed an ipsno of a writ of hn lioas corpus to (lonornl Hancock, command ing him to prnduo i in Court at 10 o'clock tins morning, tho body of Mary K Kurratt, with causo and tiny of detention. Tho writ was served on l.oucral Hancock at tlio Mo tropolitan Hotel, at 8 o'clock this morning...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 21 July 1865

tffer Stem tvm. . .' , i it" & VOL. XVII, NO. 30. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY, JULY 21. 1865. WHOLE NO. 810. The Jcffcrsonian Democrat IS PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY MOUSING AT ' CHARDOJT, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. I J. O. CONVEllSJG, Proprietor. Office, corner of the Fublio Square and Water Street, opposite the Chardon House., ' Terms-, $3,00 per Year. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. I.V.llATirAVVAYr Attorney nt Law, Chardon.Ohio. &-Ofnoc, ne door south ol the Court House, up stairs. . t 74tf ' L. I. DDRFEG. I. I. STBFBENION. , DURFEE&. STEPHENSON, Attorneys at Law. &-Ofilce,l door south of the Court House, up stairs, Chardon, Ohio. 382tf MURRAY &. CANFIELDS, Drinkers, Chardon.Ohio. Office second door north of Ayres' Store. Buy and sell N. Y. Ex., -20 Coupons, Gold and Silver. , . 743wtl . CAN FIELD & SMITH, Attorneys nt Low, Chardon, Ohio. -Office In Union Block, up ataira. 626 " E.COWLES, 7 Auctioneer Having obtained a License from Government to sell goods, he will a (ten...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 21 July 1865

TlicJclTcrsoiiiiiii Democrat JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. jiM it don, "niNM'Hnm, jiily Yi, m. UNION STATE TICKET. For (jovornor. J. D. COX.wl Tiunibiill County. I'nr l.iriilrnniil (iorernor, A O. Molit.'MNKV.of Warren County. fur .SiiprRino Jiiilfrn, J: BKINh'L'KIIOM', of Ki. lihind County. tnt Supreme Jnctf, (Short Term,! JNO. Wiacil.ol Athena County. Fur Trofmurer ol Sime, Si S WAKNKU, of Lorain County. For Attorney (icm ral. I!. 11. WIJST.ul Logan County. I'or Stlinol ('c.ininis-iiii.f'r, . J C. Nultltis, oi Harrison C.Miniy, For Clerk of the Supreme Court. iiOiJNrJY FOOS, of I'liiilon County. For Honnl ol Public Woikn, JAMKS AlooKK, l (Jofrliocioii County. Gen. Sherman Defines His Postition. Ai Boon as (Jon. Shormnn's unfottunato arrangement with tlio lloliol Johnston Lo carno known to tho country, tho Democra cy began to wbispor his namo In connection with the Governorship and tho Presidency. Tho Tory thing that subjected liim to criti Icism among tho Lcet friends of tho Union. ...

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

HOME DEPARTMENT. frWt are requested to state thai the Sunday School Celebration at Auburn hat teen post ponad until Thursday, August llKli. ttrRev, Andrew Wlllaon, (Universalis!,) will preach in the Cliaidon Town Hall, next Sabbath, July 83d, at 10 A.M., and I P.M. A gen eral invitation ia given. tfrRead the card of Mr. U. A. Smith, Agent fl Elliott's Spring lied Bottom, in another col umn. As before stated, we have tried this pat ent, and lound it to be a good thing." ' A New History or tub American Rebf.i.i.ioh. Bv Thomas 1. Ketiell, lato Editor of "Hunt's Merchant's Magazine;' F.ditor and Proprietor of the ''Armv and Navy Chronicle," etc. F. A. Howe. Publishcr.tauccessor to ilonry Howe,) Mo. 1 1 1 Main Street, Cincinnati, Uhio. This ia Kettell's New and Revised History; giving the entire War complete; in one large oc tavo volume of tight hundred large and closely printed pnges, which will give room to be full upon all eventa of the War of any hiatorical im portance. It will be il...

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

Letter from the President. Tlio flo;ing g ttie lottof from .Tron! dent Johnson rond nt tbo Gettysburg Colo bratiou on Tuesday of Inst woeki , , , . WASHINGTON, July 3. 1865. ''" PftXs Elni 1 bad rrnm'fitd tmso!f tlic pleasuro of participating in person In tho rrccooil!rp,i of to morrow. That pleasure 1 lira, by indisposition,' reluctantly com polled lo forego. 1 should hnvo boon plonivd, Mandlnrr. on thnt twieo coiiBccrntod spot, to bhtfro with you your joy at; tho lo tuin of pouce; to greet with you tbo sur viving heroes of tho war, who cotr.o hack with light hearts, though heavy Indon with i . . . . . nutans, uuu wiiii you 10 iirop grntelul tcail to (ho memory of thoso that will uovor ro turn. Unnhlo to do so In porson, 1 cun on ly rend you my grcotinga, find nsuro you o tny full sympathy with tho purpose aud epirit oi your exorcises to-morrow. Of nl tho annivorsaries ot tho Decimation of lo ucpenuonco, nono has boon moio import ant find si(niiifc.mt titau tnat upon whio you nssfm...

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

H0Cf if VOL. XVII, m. 3L CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 28. T8G5. WHOLE NO. 811. The Jcffcrsonian Democrat IS I'lnUSIIEB EVEIIY FRIIIAY MORNtNO AT CHARDON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. J.O. COlWUItSC, 1'iopi-lclor. Office, corner of tlio Publio Square and Water Slraol, opposite tlio Cliai Jon House. Terms, $2,00 per Year. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. I. N. HATHAWAY, Attorney nt Law, Chardon.Ohio. fcTOffico, na dour south oi the Court House, up stairs. . 7t)4tf L. E. DURFEE. J. E. BTEFHENSON. DUltFEE & STEPIIKNSON, Attorneys at Ltiw. jerO(Tice,l door south I' lh Court House, up stairs, Chardon, Ohio. 38Zif MURRAY &. CAN FIELDS, Bunkers, Chardon, Ohio. Office second door north of Ayrea1 Store. Buy and sell $i. Y. Kx., 5-20 Coupons, Gold and Silver. 743wtt CAN FIELD & SMITH, Attorney it L.uw, Chardon, Ohio. Office In L'uiuii Ulock, up stairs. b26 E.COWLES, Auctioneer. Having obtained a License from Uovornmont to soil goods, he will attend to oil calls within the limits of the Stat...

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

TlicJcffersoiiiau Democrat U LIUS 0 . C 0 N V E R S E ,E d it o r 7 Tii' tiuioi oiiTn.l'iwn ay, jm 2s7im7 UNION STATE TICKET. I'or Governor, 1. COX.ol TiiiinUuli County. I'or l.irti'cnnut Governor, iUilJl.RNKY.of Warren County. .1. A.U For Supreme JuiIl'P, HI.'JNKT.IJIIOH'', of RiiT.bnd County. I"r Piiprrnic! Jnilyp, (Slum Trrm,) JiV). WKLCU.ol Atltoiin County. Fur Treasurer of State, S. S. WARNER, ol J-orain Coun'y. Tor Attorney Cuiicrul. 1 i -11- WT.ST.ol Logon County. For School Commissioner, J. C. NUIUUS, of Harrison County, I'or Clork of tlie Supreme Court. KODN l,Y I'OOS, of Clinton County. orBonnl ol Public Work. JAMES MOORE, oi Coshocton County. UNION COUNTY CONVENTION. The Uo ioD Voters of Geauga County nre invited to meet in their respective Townships, on Saturday, August With, 1G4, at 7 o'clock P. M., to elect dele gates to a Convention, to be held At Burton, on Saturday, August 26th, 1865, commencing at 11 o'clock A. 11., for the purpose of putting in nomination a Union ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 28 July 1865

HOME DEPARTMENT. Lecture on the Suffrage Question. Mr. U. A. Hinsdale, of Solon, Cuya bogs Co., will speak at llie Court llouso Id ChardoD, oo Saturday Evening of this week, upon tbo question of Negro Suf frage. All are invited. We Lope there will be a large attendance. Mr. Ilins d le is a fine speaker, and, as is bis wo il, bas made a studious investigation of his subject. We doubt not all who hunt him will be entertained and in stiucted. Great Rain Storm and Freshet in Park man. The most violent and destructive rain storm ever known in Parkman, visited that township on the evening of FrlJay last. The rain fell in torrents, causing ft perfect flood in a very brief f pace of lime. All the streams within the range of the storm were swi eu beyond all precedent, and their rapid currents swept away everything before them. One or two bridges, a saw-mill, three mill-dams, and the carding mill of Mr. D. M. Poote, were destroyed. The basement story of Bud long's Cheese Factory was filled wi...

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

Regulations for the Annual Fair of the Geauga County Agricultural Society, to be held at Burton, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 19th, 20th and 21st, 1865. THE FAIR GROUNDS. aro milil Arnr onod year. The Fair Grounds, beautifully ni'.imted just com pie t-order, mid, with their' mimr-roiis stalls mid pens lor stock, nnd extensive halls Inr homo tiintiiilncturca nnd riomci-tio production, nro well calculated f.-r tlio convenience ol exhibitors, nnd pleasure of those who see them. REGULATIONS. firm In (li Oi hir .Tii.lj mt llOUS this Willi was trop liy I ined oral loo iscl no 1 K aroi inti tion rrc Cor T BpOl fore lliei nod A rrif W88 two rpti Kirn l.-The first rlnv, Tu.-s.Uy, will be occupied In ecttlnir the Mock and other article tmoii t in urounus, and mn rn..i sh.,v i,:yv." of Thursday nro to bo Ktook, and making luiltecs in,. examination, by iho Uum- 2. hxTTitF.s. All animal rind nrttchs be entered ution tho books or the ferretirv ds (.nierei upon 1110 dooks 01 juo etcrt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 4 August 1865

VOMVII, NO. 32. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. 18C5. WHOLE N0.812. The Jcffcrsonian Democrat II I'LiiLISHED EVERT FMDAT MORNING AT CHARDON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. J.O. CONVEUSE, Proprietor. Ofllcc. corner of (he Publio Square and Water Blroct, opposite the Chardon House. Terms, $2,00 per Year. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. i. N. HATHAWAY, Attorney at l.nw, Chardon.Ohio. far-Office, ne door south of the Court llouso, up stairs. 764tf L. E. SURFER. J. K. 8TF.PnF.NS0N. DURE EE & STEPHENSON, : Attorneys nt I.nw. fcJ-Offico, 1 door south of the Court House, up stairs. Chardon. Oliio. 382tf MURltAY &. CANFIELDS, Hunkers, Chnrdon, Ohio. Office second door north of Ay res' .Store, Buy and sell N. Y, Ex., 6-20 Coupons, Gold aud Silver. 713wtt CANFIELD &. SMITH, Attorneys at Law, Cliardon, Ohio. Office lit V iiion iilock, up stairs. 626 E. COWLES, Auctioneer. Having obtained a License from Government to soil goods, he will attend to all calla within the limits of the State. Pos...

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

The Jeffersonian Democrat. JULIUS 0 CONVERSE, Editor. Vnijt'bdx ,on in, fiiio.ii', aigiist i, Wi-i. UNION STATE TICKET. For linvcrnor. J. D. COX.ol Trurnliull County l'or Lieutenant (iitvornnr, A O MiiU'KM.Y,.,! Warren County. For Supremo Judge, PI.INKi;illi) F, iif.Rirhland County For Supreme Jiulj'C, (Short Term,') JN' Wl;l.CII, oi Allii iiHCniiiiiy I'or Treadirrr of .Stale, - WARNklt.ol Lorain CcW For Attorney Urncrnl, I! II. V K.sT.ol Lonnijoiinty. For A'liool ( 'oiiiinU-fiunrr, ) C NOltlilS, ol Morrison County, For Clerk of die Supreme Court. i;iIJNi:YI'iOS, , I'liiiion County. For Itofinl ol Public Wwk, 1 A M IIS Alt k il.'H, ol Coshocton County. UNION COUNTY CONVENTION. Tho Union Volers cf flcaugn County we invited to meet in Vheir respective Townships; on Saturday, Auyutl Willi, ISO 4, nt 7 o'clock 1 H,, lo elect dele gules to n Convention, lo be held At Burton, on 1865, commenoino; nt 11 o'ejock A. M., for the purpose o( putting in nominnlion n Union County Ticket, tc bo el...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 4 August 1865

HOME DEPARTMENT. grTLe lecture oi, Mr. Ilinsdalo, in litis pluco latl Saturday evening, on ibe HufTrogo question, MtracleiT A largo and hpprcciativo audience. Mr. Hio. dale's views were presented in a forcible and loa'icl manner, and li is lecture brought Mt many new points of (bis interesting mil vexed question. We fully endorse Mr. Hinsdale when Le says that Negro FuflVage is demanded alike by justice and tho public safety. Terrible Accident. At an oarly hour on Wuducsday morning. Mr. D. Rrower, of llmnbiloo, enmo to Ibis plnco for tlio purpose of hauling wool for Mr Squlro. Aflor the wool was loadod, the team bocamo frilttonoJ and uomanagonhlb Whito bo was attempting to unhitch the toain, thoy ran, and two whools of tho load od wagon passod oror his right limb, break ing it at tho thigh. Sovora! porsons at lomplod to stop ibo loam, but all efforts wore fruitless; thoy ran toward Claridoo, and woro not stopped until thoy ro&ctied Mr. Strong's. Mr. Browor was taken to the roshl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 4 August 1865

For the Jeffersonian Democrat. Chips. "Youth Is tlia spoilt imo rf lifo. Would joo enjoy R peaceful, ayn, nn nbundnnt Iw Tout, then, scatter broadcast, niii with nn unsparing hnnd, tho seeds of a nnblo exam le justieo, morcy mid truth." "A, alter tbo senreliitic honl of tho noon day tun,tho Rnllo (lows ol honvnn iliRtill up on tho parched and thirsty ct-th, so full tiio sweet drops of pardoning morcy nnd com passion upon tho torn nnd Mordinjj Itonrt." "A young man can no innro niingln in vi cious company, nnd retain I is integrity un spotted, limn ho can crawl through tho fliio ot a burning furnnco, nnd cnino oiTt untar nished by soot or firo." ''Would you lovo to live Then live to lovol" "Tho host legacy A gooT namo nnd noblo deeds I" QUID INTEREST. What Is tho dMl'iBrotioA lrdwrn n bounti ful voting lady and a flnworf nt-dmi? Oi'O ms two nihil niui ino, oilier firm in- Chardon, July 18th. British House of Commons. Tho llouso o( Commons consists of CM mombors; viz: For England, 4'J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 11 August 1865

letters Pei0crtti VUL. XVII, NO. 33. CHARDON. GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY, AUGUST II. 1805. WHOLE NO! 813, The Jeffcrsonian Democrat IS I'VOLlSIIRD KVBRt FRIDAY MORNING AT CHARDON, GEAUGA CO,, OHIO. J.O. CONVEHSE, Proprietor. Office, corner of the Publie Square and Water gtrset, opposite the Chardon House. Terms, $9,00 per Year. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. I. N. HATHAWAY, Attorney At I.ttw, Chardon.Ohlo. IWOffice, ne door eouili of the Court. House, tip stairs. 784tf L. I. DURFER. I. E. STEPHENSON. , ... DURFEE&. STEPHENSON, Attorney at Law. ftTOflice, 1 door south of the Court House, up stairs, Chardon, Ohio. 382tf MURRAY 4c CAN FIELDS, Danker. Chnrdon. Ohio. Office secend door north of Ay res' Store. Buy and sell N. Y, Ex., 6-20 Coupons, Gold and Silver. 743wtl CAN FIELD & SMITH, Attorneys at Luw, Chardon, Ohio. Office In Union It lock, up stairs. 626 E.COWLES, Auctioneer Having obtained a License from Government to soil goods, he will attend to all calls within the limits of the ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 11 August 1865

TIieJcjTcrsonian Democrat DLIUSl)rcOHVERSE7EdiioT7 rniRDox. onio.FniDjr, alcist ii, isos. UNION STATE TICKET. For (.iovornor, J. D. COX.ol Trumbull County. Por Lieutenant (Jnvernor, A.G. McULKNKY.uf Warren County. " For Supreme Jiiclpn, ' J'. BlilNKKKlit of Kitl.land County. For Supreme Judge, (Short Term,) JNU WELCH, ol Allien. Couuty. For Treasurer of Slate, 8. 8. WARNEK.ol Lorain County. For Attorney General. If. H. WI.ST.ol LoBnCouniy. For FVhool Commissioner. J. C. NOltKld, of Harrison County, For CU'rk of tlie Supreme Court. RODN KY t'OVS, of Clinton County. For Board ol Public Works, JAMBS MOOItK, ol Coshocton County. UNION COUNTY CONVENTION. The Union Voters of Geauga County are invited to meet in (heir respective Townships, on Saturday, Avgutt 10tA, 18C4, at 7 o'clock I M., to elect dele gates to a Convention, to be held At Burton, on Saturday, August 26th, 1865, commencing at 11 o'clock A.M., for the purpose of putting in nomination a Union County Ticket, lc be elected in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 11 August 1865

HOME DEPARTMENT. Sudden Death of Dr. O. W. Ludlow. Wo are pained to learn tbat Dr. O. W. Ludlow, ol Auburn in litis Counij, ?ery suddenly, on Wednesday niaht of last week, of disease of the heart. lie had vikitt-d a Urge Dumber of patients during the da?, and retired, an. parently Id hi U'ual Louhh, at about 10 o clock, r. M. Soott after retiring, he rose for coma purpose, said to his wife Chat he believed he was dying, aid .-.1 1 ...... V4UCBICU ucr to iigru a candle. In A few moments, hu was dead. Dr. Ludlaw was about siily.fivo years of age, and had resided in Auburn during toe best portion of his life, which was em phaticnlly one of toil and usefulness. As physician, he hod an extensive prac tice, and will long be missed by the reo pie who, for so many years, have enjoyed the beet-fits of his skill and experience. lie possessed a strong, clear and well-cultivated mifid, a kind and generous, heart, and a frank and honest character. Bv his sudden death, another of the pioneers of ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 11 August 1865

[Concluded from first page.] humblest part in determining the shape ol public poUcy. ' , 1 have approached the subject -as an Anti-slavery man. I have thought as deenlv as 1 was cannriln nf. an.) hvn 1 carefully revised my opinions, and have tested (hem by all (he fundamental prin ciples of right and justice. If others do not agree with me, and it part me from any whoso principles and motives are the Bame as my own, my deep regret tint it ahould be so cannot chagc my convic tions. It has seemed to mo that (he solution 1 have offered rids us of nios! of (lie difficul ties io our way. It gives to (he black m au political rights and franchises with out onerous terms; it reduces the repre sentation of the Southern whiles in Con gress io proper basis, their own num bers; it secures the permanent peaco ol mo uovernmeni, nnu ino allegiance ui the people, by the only sure guaranty, viz: that of common interest and identity of institutions. What more would you Lave? It is worth whilo to cons...

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