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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 27 October 1865

jrffet otitati VOL, XVII, NO. 44. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27. 18657 WHOLE NO, 824, The Jcffcrsonian Democrat runusnED Event fiuday hornikq at CHARDON, QEATJQA CO., OHIO. J.O. CONVIiUSE, Proprietor. Off! co, corner of the Public Square and Water Street, opposite tho Chardon House. Terms, $'2,00 per Year. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 'I. N. HATHAWAY, Attorney at Lnwt;Chardon,Ohio. frTOflice, eue door south of the Court iiouBe,np stairs. 784tf L. B. If RFEK. f. B. STEPHENSON. DURFKR Sc. STEPHENSON, Attorneys at Law. fcrOffice.l door south f tU Court House, up etaire, Chardon, Ohio. MURRAY Sc. CAN FIELDS, Danker, Chardon, Ohio. Office second door n.irth of Ayres' Store, Buy and sell N. Y. Ex., ( -!W Coupons, Gold and Silver. 743 w tl CAN FIELD Sc. SMITH, Attorneys at Law, Charuon, Ohio. Office in Uaion block, up stairs. ' ba6 J. R. CULBERTSON, M- D., Late Snnreon of the V. 8. Army, having located at Clrardon, respoctfully tenders liis pro fessional services to the public. D...

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. — 27 October 1865

The Jeflcrsbnlan Democrat JULIUS-orcONVEKS"ErEditorr" ciHRDM,"bDro7 FfimY,"0Cf. 277 1S0. Summary of News. The Union Executive Committioo of this State havo issuod an address io tho Union voters, in which thoy enooonco Iho grati fying result of the recent oloctlon. Al though foil official returns have) not jet beoo reocivod, and litilo ii known at to the" vote of tho soldiors still in tho neld, ttio t Commit too are already euaLled to state that the Union Stato ticket has boon elooted by majority ranging from 28,000 to 80,000. withent the soldiers' voto. This gives to tbe Stato a Union Govorocr, L'outenant .Governor, Stato Treasurer, two Supromo Judges, Attorney-Geuornl, (School Commis 'tloher, Member Board of Puhlio Work, Clork of the Supremo Court. Tho Logis laturo stands as follows: Of the JJ7 mem- bers of" tho Senate, 35 nra Union, and of the 106 members of the House, 38 are Union, and the election of at least two moro by tbo .soldiers' voto is confidently Cipro tod, making 70 Un...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 27 October 1865

HOME DEPARTMENT. We Intcod, at the commoncomont of Ibt next rolumo, to enlarge and otherwise ootaiiaerablj Improve Ibe Democrat. Now, tbeo, la Iba lime for old subscribes to pay op tbelr lubsoriptions.and all otbera to sood in tboir Darnel. -Peraona who purposo to pay llwlr bubaorlptlona In wood, aro rcquestod to do o Immediately.aiacold winter Is approach ing, aoj we are mucb Id neod of tbo atticlo. Gen. Garfield. hare noticed, aioce oor last is oe, the following paragraph respecting tbo condition of "Coo. .OarCold, from tbo Ila TODDa Democrat of the 4tb inat.; : "It la with much regret tbat wo havo to ay to-d.iy, tbat the accident by which, some throe weeks since, Geo. Oarflold aprainod hia anlclo, has assumed a sorious form, and be la menaced with the permanent disable ment of bil limb." " Wo truit that tho IntOrvtow of our cor respondent with Gen. Garfiold, in which ho learnod tbat tbo latter was doing well, and Intending to leave for Washington iu threo or foar weeks, was lator...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 27 October 1865

Burying of the Dead at Andersonville. WASHINGTON, October 18. Tha following it iho report of Opt. J. M. Moore, J. Q M , who was sent to Anderson tile; to mark iba graves of Union prisoners for Identification. WASAIGTON, D. C., Sept. 20, '65. To Rrovot Maj. Uon. M. C. Moigs, (Juartor- matter Ueneral U. S. A. t la accordance with special orders No. 19, from the Quartermaster General'! Office, dated Juno 30th, 1865, dirootinp me to pro coed to Andersonville, Oa., for tho purpose of marking tho graves of Union soldiers for future identification, and enclosing tho cem etery, I hate the honor to report a followt; 1 left Washington on tho tith of July last, with the requisite mechanics and mntorlali for the purposes above mentioned. Oa tho morning of the 20th of July the work of identifying! glares, painting and lottoring eommoncod, and on tho ovuoing of August 10th was completed, with tho exception hereafter tnentionod. The dead were found buried in troochos, on a site selected by Iho reb...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 3 November 1865

effer CIE0Ctftt VOL, XVII, NO. 45. CIIAIIDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1805. WHOLE NO. 825." a sotttnti The Jcffersonian Democrat PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY MORNING AT CHARDON, OEAUOA CO., OHIO. J.O. COXVEltSE, Proprietor. OITico, corner of the Public Square and Water Sired, opposite tho Chardon House. Terms, S'2,00 per Year. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. I. N. HATHAWAY, Attorney nt I.n,w,,,Chardon,Ohio. JCrOffice, oim door south ol the Court House, up stairs. 784tf L. E. DURVEE. I. . STEPHF.NS0X. DURFKE& STEPHENSON, Attorneys t Law. &irOflice,l door south of the Court House, up stairs, Chardon, Ohio. 382tf MURRAY Sc. CAN FIELDS, RnnknrK. Chardon. Ohio. Office aecend door nurth of Ayres' Store. Buy and sell N. Y. Ex., 5-20 Coupons, Gold aud Silver. 743wtl CAN FIELD &. SMITH, AtloviH'vs at Tjftw. Chardon, Ohio. Offioeiii Union Block, up stairs. b26 J. R. CULBERTSON, M. D., Lntc Snrsoon of tho U. S. Army, having located at Chardon, respectfully tenders till pro fnasional...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 3 November 1865

The J c (Te rs o n i a n D e m D c r a t JULIUS 0. CONVEBSE, Editor. f B IR D 0 X , 0 n 1 0 , F R I D A T , N 0 . "l, 1SCS7 National WASHINGTON, Oct. 28. By President of too United Status of America: A PROCLAMATION. Whereas, It has ploatod Almighty God, du ring iho year which it now coming to an end, to relieve our beloved country from the fearful icourge of civil war and to permit us to aocure Ibo blessings ol peace, uuity and harmony, with a great enlargetnoot of civil liborty; Aod Wuer8A8, Our lloavenly Fatboras al so.durieg iho yoar, graciously averted the calamities of a foreign war, pestilence and famine, wliilo our granaries are full ot tbo frails of an abundant soason; Aod Wuerkas, "Righteousness oxaltoth Nation, wbiloslo ia a reproach to any poo pie;" now, therefore, I, Andrew Johnson, I'residout of the Uni ted States, do huroby rocoinaiend to tbo people thereof, that tbey do set apart and and observe the first Thursday of December as a day of National Thanksgiving to the C...

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

HOME DEPARTMENT. JfcsT'Tbe first snow of the season foil on Saturday last, accompanied with rain. 0Fresidont Loornts, of Alleghafij Col ego, will preach At Iho Methodist Church In this placo, next Sabbath, at lto usual hour. ZirXVo rogiot to stato that Iter. J. p. Norton, of this place, has boon confined to his bod for sevoral days past, by an attack of lover. His symptoms, bowovor, aro not ro 6aiu" uuugorous cnaractor, ami wo hopo soon to bo ablo to announce his rucor cry. jZ-Tbo last of tho snrles of tnootings ad rortisod by tbo Board of School Examiners, will bo hold in Chardon, on Saturday of this week. 3rWe learn that Mr. Both Edson, well known as a successful teacher, has boon em ployed to conduct tho highest department in our Vill ,go School, commooclng with tho Wintor term. Tho Painosville Telegraph judges from what it can loam that there will bo an nnuuually largo quantity of Sorghum rnolassos manufactured in Liko County, the present season. Tho mills In tho different towns...

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

The Origin of the Fenians. Tbe Fenian brotherhood have been in existence for the past eight years, lis founders were two of lie Irish exiles of 1848 Col. John O'Msliony and Michael 1 )nhhV Tim In ft (ii.n'l f,itrAnfnn o in .,,:,,.,; ri'M I ., in conjunction with thcra. O Mhony was connected with this movement in '4i, nd thonati a more youth ho influenced l IT.'. .1 I .. nuoui uueeo inousann oi tne peasantry in the county of Tippcrer? where ho he-1 longed, to encamp on the hills ol that place. Tbe military surrounded and dis- , ,, , i . , nersed them, and O .Mithonv escaDed to France, whore the plnns for the future . ' . i : f I ! revuiiiiiuiiary ur'jmiz.iiiun weru lunnen. . ,, . ,. ' i . , . , 1 lOrroetl. i vuer icmuiiii; hi iinnuc n lew years nc came to America, where, aided by Cor roran and Doheny, he started the Fenian brotherhood oranizHon. rora years the brotherhood maintained n semi-secret character, spreading rapidly through 'he United States, Canada and the liritish Province...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 10 November 1865

I A ii ' VOL. XVII, NO. 4B. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY, NOVEMBE1U0, 1865. WHOLE NO. 826 Jfeffefsotiiidtt vl ' ' Ml j n The Jcffersonian Democrat rUOUSIICD EVERT FRIDAY MORMlfQ AT CHARDON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. J.O. CO.WCItSE, Proprietor. Office, corrn-r of the Publio Square and Water Btreet, opposite the Chardon House. Terms, $'J,00 per Year. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. I. N. HATHAWAY. Attorney nt i",itw,,Chardon,Ohlo. J3rOfllce, no door south or the Court House, up ataira. 784 if L. B. DVRFEE. J. B. STEPUENSON. DURFEE &. STEPHENSON, Attorney t Luw. JCrOfliee.J doorsouth f the Court House, up staire, Chardon.Ohio. 382tf MURRAY &. CAN FIELDS, Danker. Chardon, Ohio. Oflioe secen door nuri'i of Ayres' Store. Buy and sell N. Y. Kx. -20 Coupons, Gold aud Silver. 743wtl CAN FIELD &. SMITH, Attorneys nt Law, Chardon, Ohio. Office in L'uiou Block, up stairs. t"6 J. R. CULBERTSON, M D., Late Surjreon of the V. H. Army, having located at Ciiarcon, respectliilly tenders ins pro fessi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 10 November 1865

The JelTcrsonian Democrat JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. Cjn A RD 0 iTo H 1 0 ,F R I DA Y, ' 0 V. 10. 1S65. ' A PROCLAMATION. Thanksgiving for Victory, Peace, and Our Country Saved. Our Country Saved. By Chas Anderson Gov. of Ohio. Yi annitier roar ,. n.w1 0Pf our State and Nm on. And the cerDle Ohio, in accordance with a usage of our dead fathers, older than the Stale itself, have been once again invoked, by a joint resolution of theii General Assembly, to unite in a public acknowledgment, as wp II of tbe existence, power and goodness of God, as of His interposing hand in ail the work, ways and relations of men. And now, upon a full consideration of all the religious truths ronnected with this venerable custom, and with a lively remembrance of all the eveuts of that past year, what ought this whole people to feci and to utter at their family reunions, in the greetings of friends and neighbors, and around the altars of the Most High? Can it be possible, that any people ever before coul...

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

HOME DEPARTMENT. 4!9VVe lire authorized to receive tub acriptions for IIarper'$ Magazine or liar per't Weekly, io connection wiih ihe Dem ocrat, at $3,25, which if even leu than the olub price New subscriber (o ihe Democrat, and old ones not in arieari, by ptyiog as 65,25, can secure either of these invaluable publications for tie com ing fear, in addition thereto. Persons residing in any part of the . County may avail themselves of this offer, as both the Magatine and Weekly are sent to any address.- -The popular Balladist, Mr. II. W. Seager, lite Principal of. the Si. Paul (Minn.) Academy of Music, and Con ductor ot Immense Floral Musical Con ventions recently hold in Columbus, Erie, Meadville and Paicesville, is to give Grand Organ-Ballad Concert at the Baptist Church in this place, on Saturday evening of the present week. From the programme and the reputation of the performer, we jndge that all who attend will enjoy a rare musical treat. Ad' mission, 25 cent. JTSTOur thanks are ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 10 November 1865

i What magic in three little words, Like these herein expressed! These give new lile to tecking mimli, And agitate the breast. The uudsrstsned hv ln MinmoJ r... il. Eastern cities where they have purchased on Fine, Elegant. Splendid, Beautiful. Durable and tUa iiomioal Stock ol FALL &. WINTER GOODS, s waaever brought to thia market. Wo lake no back holds, nor wind hold, standing riTnnd blowing-nor nny other hold but, COME AN D mti,u., iv t-uv i uiU in the Line of Dress GooilS) From Silk to Merinoa and Prima, fcj-Rnlmoral f,,,,n(1 Corsets The Doublo and Twisted, slf-adjusting . Elliptic, PuUnt Hoop Skirts. Come nncl Sec CLOTHS, C ASSI M E R E8 , LADIES' CLOTHS, i- .""'"B purrnuacu me entire Ulothing Us luuiiciimeni 01 Jj.o. Avros. t lew nre nrrimru t, lev are treimrl mnniilan.,.n - I . " 1 f . ' ' M.u., ,111. mo ,u uruKr, imuer me uireciion of j: cuwui. me L.a:cst fctyie una i auhiou ol LADIES' CLOAKS, mj. besides, have on hand a a very superior Stock The Latc.i Stylo of of Ctoak...

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

VOL, XVII, N0..47. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FIUMY, NOVEMBER 17. 1865. WHOLE NO, 827. The Jcffcrsonian Democrat PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY MORIUNG AT 'CHABDON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. J.o. COXVEltSE, Proprietor. OIHce, corner of the l'ublio Square and Water Blteot, oppoaiietho Chardon House. Terms, $3,00 per Year. ; BUSINESS DIRECTORY. I. N. .HATH AW AY, Attorney at Law, Chardon.Ohio. Bar-Office, oiio door south ot the Court House, up stairs. J84tf t. B. DOHFES. 1. t. STETHENSOK. . DURFEE & STEPHENSON, Attorneys nt Law. 3rOffice, 1 door south of the Court House, up stairsChardon.Ohio. 382tf MURRAY & CAN FIELDS, Ranker. Chardon. Ohio. Office secern! door north of Ayres' Store. Buy and sell N. Y, Ex., S-20 Uoupoiie.uoiaana stiver. 74-wti CANFIELD & SMITH, Attorney at Law, Chardon, Ohio. Office in Union Ulock, up stairs. 626 Manhattan LIFE IKS J. Nichols & T. C. Parsons, Agents. CrOft'ice at J. Nichols' Drug Store. 825tf JOHN PARMELE, Fashiotmblc Barber and Hair Dresser, Char...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 17 November 1865

The Jeffersonian Democrat crRDiiji7onibrFaiDATrsov. n. m. Summary of News. John Mitchell arrived in Washington on tba 7th, and wont to the State Department, where be procured a passport, taking tbo oath of a lojal citizen. Ho said bo was not going to London. Where ho was going bo did not saj. In anticipation of a visitation of cholera, the Secretary of War has ordered the bus pension of sales of Government hospitals, Ibat tboy may be in readiness for use should Ibore be a necessity for them. It is officially ascertained, from the rolls !n possession of the Government, that Gon. Lee's army, when it surrendorod, contained 23,600 men, and Gon. Johnston's, 37,000. tien. Butler, it is said, intends to make Washington bis permanent residence, and Is negotiating for the porcboso of a bouso. A Washington correspondent announces Ibat tho President will issue a proclama tion declaring the restoration of pcaco be fore tbo meeting of Congress. Havana dates of the 28th ult. stato tbat a covere h...

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

HOME DEPARTMENT. Read This, and Hand It to Your Neighbor Who Don't Take the Paper. Now that (be time hat arrived for everybody to determine what paper or papers be will take during the coming year, and cores of Vgood, bad and in different"- ones from abroad are tending tbeir high-sounding prospectuses into i very nook and Corner of our County, we beg leave to call the aCtention of the people ol Old Geauga to the merits and advantages of the Jefersonian Democrat. We have always held' that every man ebould take bis own County papor be cauBo it is -auch ; but we ate happy to say tbere are other reasons wby every citizen of Geauga County should take his County paper. At the commencement of the new volume, it will be so much en larged bb (o contain more matter than ever before, although the terms, which are a low as those of city weeklies in general, will remain the same at at prdftont, viz.: $2 per year in advance. As there is no postage on it in the County, it will be af forded to oar ...

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

Anecdote of Webster. Mil more it a true stort connoc ivSl veuslera iolimacj with Branch I'iorcei wDicn dm oevor been prmtod. li was Mr. Wobster'i custom io Iba bunting boo son to ratal "across" from Marsbfleld to tbo i'ljmontb woods and moot tbo otbor hunts moo at tlio cabio of "Uucle Branch." Ou ono of tbeso oicur.lons ho was ovcrtakon bj a storm which lasted alt day. No otbor huntsman appeared at tho cubiu, and soli ary sport was out of tbo question. But Mr. Webstor, who often mado 'small occa sions groat by his wondorful genius, was not Bt A I OAS for ontnrtainmitut Ailnminn him. a If to tbo peculiar roligious inclinations of Ilia li ri a t". mj V. i I ihn ...... I . u : "uno uii'j i'uibuuu luoir usual homely occupatipns, ho read and repeated from momory a multitude of tho psalms and hymns with which much reading bad made him familiar. Hour after bour the groat statesman paced the floor of that cab In kitchen, repeating in his magnificent voico the inspired Psalms of David and Wa...

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

OttfOtl VOL, IVH, NO. 48; CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24. 1865. WHOLE NO. 828. The Jcffersonian Democrat rCBLtSIIGO KVBRT FRIDAT UOItRlNQ AT CHABDOIT, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. J.O. CONVEItSE, Proprietor. Office, corner of the Ftiblio Square and Water street, opposite the tJliaruon House. Terms, $2,00 per Ycnr. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. I. N. HATHAWAY, Attorney at Law, Chardon.Ohio. rirOffice, ens uoor soma oi me court uouse,up stairs 784tf L. E. DQBFBB. J. I. STEPHENSON. DURFEE Se STEPHENSON, Attorneys at Law. frtrOffice,! door sooth I the Court House, up ataira, Chardon, Ohio. 32lf MURRAY & CANFIELDS, Bankers, Chardon, Ohio. Office ascend door north of Ay res' Siots. Buy and aell H. Y. Ex. 1-20 Coupons, Gold and Silver. ?43wil CANFIELD & SMITH, Attorneys at Law, Chardon, Ohio. Office in Uuion Block, up ataira. , 626 Manhattan LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, ' J. Nichols &. T. C. Parsons, Agents. KrOflke at J. Nichols' Drug S'ore. 825if JOHN PARMtLE, Fashionable Barber and...

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

IK The Jeffersonian Democrat JULIU8 0. CONVERSE, Editor. TjTtrDWgloTFRiDTrVjIOF. 84. 1365'." Thanksgiving. A PROCLAMATION. St a Oh del hai res uni of I Go the Governor of the State of Ohio. Wherbas, 1 tin now advised lhal It is the desire of the majority of the good people of this State, to celebrate but ooe da; of thanksgiving and praisr j aod, Whebkas, the 8tates of this Uoloo, as well those wh loh had originally fixed up cm the -earlier and customary day, as inch of them that bare, for the first time, ap pointed the later one bare now almost unanimously designated, for thoir Siato nn. easionl, the day heretofore sot apart by the President of the United Slates for the na tional thanksgiving; and, Whkriab, It la certainly most fit and proper that upon an occasion of such signal and universal blessings our wholo people ahould not merely render for them their thanks to God, but should likewise, In a aplrit of Christian and fraternal concord, unite all the hearts of thoir many worship...

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

HOME DEPARTMENT. JtWOor. Andersoo baa complied with lie popular wish, and reroked bia proc lamation appointing the 30th inat. aa a da; of thanksgiving. Hia proclamation (o ibis effect, which la an exceedingly graceful and appropriate one, may be found b another column. JtSTbe 4 1 st arrived at Camp Chase on Saturday taat, and, will remain there until mustered out; probably a few daya only. W'e are informed that the service on the mail route from Painesville to Mid dlefceld, via Leroy, Thompson, Montville and Iluntsburgh, baa been reduced from tri-weekly to semi-weekly. . The mail now leaves 'Paineaville, aa formerly, on Mon ti ay a and Thursdays, and returns on the dys following. By changing our publi cation day to Wednesday, aa we intend to do at. the commencement of the new volume, we shall be enabled by this ar rangement to get the Democrat into the townships on that route on Thursday, while all the other townships will be as well provided for. Our friends will please bear this i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 24 November 1865

1866. 1866. THE DEMOCRAT. Read This, and Hand It to Your Neighbor Who Don't Take the Paper. Now that the timo has arrived for everybody lo determino what paper or papers he will take during the coming year, and scores of "good, bad and in different" onei from abroad are sending their h'gh-saunding prospectuses into every nook and corner of our County, we beg leave to call the attention of the people of Old Oeauga to the merits and advantages of the Jefftrsonian Democrat. We have always held that every man should lake his own County papor be cau8o it is such ; but we aie happy to say (bore are other reasons why evsry citizen of Oeauga County should take his County paper. At the commencement of the new volume, it will be so much en larged as (o contain more matter than ever before, although the terms; which are a low as those of city weeklies in general, will remain the same as at present, viz 82 per year in advance. As there is no postage on it in the County, it will be af forded to ...

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