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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 14 October 1859

tnwtx J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 tUccklQ Ntuiapaprr, Dctjotft to tl)t Ditacmination of Republican Principles, Cbucatioi., (Scmpcrancr, Cittroturr, Agriculture, ana tljc 2Ccns of tl)t Dajj. TERMS $1,50 per Annum, VOL. X., NO. 41. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1859. WHOLE NO., 509. sontiitt m ax 31 1) t Jtffersoman Democrat tS P0BM8IIID BVKRT FRIDAY MOItNlNU, AT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. C directly over He Drnf Store of Co-ik Nim Ken, u q' (Ac 1'uhitc Suuars. TERMS. If paid in advance, t' 5 l( not paid within tho year, S 00 JT.MI kinds of merchantable produce taken in ptyininl, nt tho iimrkut price. paper di-jcotitinuud until all arrearages kit paid, except nt the option of the TuMUlicr. RATF.3 OF ADVEHTlSIXd. Lsuu, Advertiskmp.vts will be Inserted m fob Inwti r0 eta. a aquiro, first iinorliuu; each sub aequent insertion, 23 eta. n square. U siv'js.i .m tnr SKMi-Nrs will bo inscrto.l nt the follnwin? ratet: Olio Square three insertion?, $1 On " " two monll...

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. — 14 October 1859

'JTXIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor, r r ri---- . - 1'M.tRDOS, OHIO, rillD AY, OrTORETl 1 1, 1S')P. THE ELECTION. Owing to our miserable triweekly mail ystom, which is again in operation, wo are unat.io to give inter ro.ur.is ...... ;""'"" talnod in tho Cleveland Leader of Wou.ios- day morning. Tho probability is that the Itopublicnnt have carried the fctato by largo majority. Tho Leader (ut Partial returns from different portion. the Stale indicate tho election of Den...- aon Governor bv u handsome majority. fVUa nn'tna nuallin Inninrllv t( vrinip I JllO f"" "" i . . for Gov. Chase in 1C57, already reHe!i 4000 or over. We are not out of the voods yet, as bi back-sets may come from unexpected quarters. Tbe gain of a Senator and two Kepre- euiiive in n.... ,c....... of the House in Marion, looks favorable for the Legislature. The Result in Geauga County. The returns from all thu Towinslnps in tliH County, aro now in, cnJ show a Kcpuhlicar. gain ovor tho voto of last year. Tho vote, iiowovor,...

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. — 14 October 1859

COMMERCIAL. Chardon Market—Retail Price Current. Reported expressly for tlie JrrrEiisnniAH Demo crat, by Messrs. Wilkins or. Kki.i.iv, Chardon Arrt.is ureon Daitu FautT Apple. Blackhoiries UUTTEB Good Hull . IIkahs White Comi; Rio Loguayra Currants-- English CiNDi.ts Tallow t . . Stnarlnv Cork In Ear Shelled Eoos Floir Extra Double Km ' Fltit Dry Cod White. Whit Troul Trout !! per bushel 31 lo 50 DM perqt. 25 per Hfjl'i per bushel l,00 per Ih. 14 to Hi per Ih. 12H to I t , peril). 25 per l(. 13 to 14 .... ....wr Ih. Iti to 20 per bush OOlo .'0 . .... ....per bushel 73 pcrdojica 10 cs to c :o I per bun el ,r 5C per bar er lb 07 per lb. 07 ii bnrrcl to 00 to $0 oo peril). (..' H bnrrel (10 00 to (0 UO per ton oo lu 8 r.o Poultry Chickens dressed per in. t H i tirkcys dressed rerlb. u )ATs tier lut1ifl 31 Oils Lard (white strained) ....pur gallon 1 2f Mnsecd perin!lon 1 00 Hiet Primo per lb. (iX to Kaisi.ns M. It. per lb. IS to 25 layers per lb. 2.) Knisiiis per box J 00 to 3 2.') 8VRI...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 14 October 1859

Correspondence of the Jeffersonian Democrat. Western Reserve Horse Breeders' Fair. MOGADORE, Summit Co., October 1st, 1859. KniTOR DEMOCRt. Unfortunately w flid not arrive In Kavotina until yesterday noon tlioreforo had liltlo opportunity i'or noting the doings at tho llurn r air, 1 Through tho kindness of J. S. Ilorriek. Cor- responding Secretary of tho Association, wo furnishod with "card complimentary" and from Irioud Hull, obtained tlio I'ortngn County Demoernt Extra, containing a full report of tho Fair, on tho previous days. Wo sond tho Extra, that you amy clip such items as you havo room for. Taking a stroll around tlio grounds, wo noticed a now stable building very well arranged, with roof projecting to ns to form a shod in front of tho stable doors, t litis giving; groomsmen and othors oppoi -1 1 1 t y from storms without going within stabln. Oood cavo-lrough win up, ttia- fully comploto this nicu arrangement. along wore groceries, sido shows, upright revolving swings, &...

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 October 1859

gffetrsotitan Hktiwctitt J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 51 lUtcklj) JCctucpaiur, Dcuottu to tljt Diottmination of Utpublican principles, Cbucation, CScmptrancr, Cittratnrr, 2lgruultnrf, onb tljt JCtws of tl)t Da. TERMS- $1,50 per Annum. VOL. X., NO. 42. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1859. WHOLE NO., 510. $l)e leffcrsonian Democrat IS POBLISIIRO KVRRT FRIDAY MORNING, AT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. Offiee direclly over le Drug Store of Co'ik $ Hum ittvH, vul eide of Ike Public Svmare. TERMS: If paid in advance, $1 50 If not paid within the year, 2 00 frTAII kind uf merchantable produce taken ia payment, t the market price. '.'No paper discontinued until all arrearage! an paid, except at the opion of tin Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. goAt. AnvKarisBvs.vrs will be inserted as fol lows: 50 ots. a square, first insertion; each sub sequent insertion, 2.) cts. a square. , U3s:.if.ss ADVERriSE.SE.xrs will be insertej at the following rates: One Square throe insertions,...

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. — 21 October 1859

The Jeffersonian Democrat MrXIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. cnARDON, 01113, FRIDAY, Dl'TOliERI.. l RESULT OF THE ELECTIONS. REPUBLICANISM TRIUMPHANT!! UMP1IAXT! ! Tbo Republican have carried this State ty a majority of 17,000. Tbo newly-clocted Legislature will str.nd : Senate 23 Republicans, 10 Democrats ; House G4 Republicans, 40 Democrats. The Republicans will havo a majority (in Joint-ballot, of 39, which will insuro tlio election of a Republican to tbo Uuited States tionate. Wo are disappointed at tl.o result in Hils (State. Wo hoped that tbo Konublicam. would carry, but wo did not anticipate such a triumph, PENNSYLVANIA. This Stato, also, tbo homo of Jamrs Buchanan. which sjstine.l tlio forlorn hopo of tho Democracy in iZ0, has gone Republican by a majority of 20,000. Roth brancl.os nf tiio Legislature are Re publican, tho majority on joint-ballot being vory largo. Tho Sonato will stan I i oppo sition, 22 ; Domocrnts, 1 1. Mr. Bifclor, nt Ihn ond -of liis prosont term, will resign b...

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. — 21 October 1859

COMMERCIAL. Chardon Market—Retail Price Current. Reported expressly for the Jt.ri tr.sn.viA Dt:M" ckat, liy Messrs. Wii.rinj At Ki i.i.kv, Chardon 1 Arms (irocn Unite Fruit Apploi lllnck li ric pirrrcR--Good Hull Beass White CUFFKE KlO " Lngunyrn Cl'Rnxra F.nglish.. CxNOLts Tallow .. . Htenrino Cor In Ear Shelled Eoos i'uovK Extra Double Extra Fish Dry Cod While. Whit Trout Trout H,T per bushel 31 to 50 u -t pcrqt. '!.' per Nro'iri per bushel I. I'll per !b. li lo Ifi per lb. 12 to I I per lb. 2.'i per Hi. I J to H per lb. Ifi to 2d per bush OOto fid ... pel bushel 75 pornoen 10 $G 2j io fi 5p Per barrel C 5C per bnr per lb 07 per lb. 1)7 ii barrel fcO 00 lo ffO 00 prr lb. (. H X barrel SO 00 tn $.0 oo per ion 00 lo $ 50 i'oui thy Chickens circled per in. i' per lb. 6. per bushel 31 per gallon 1 2". . per gallon I 00 per lb. 6Vi to 7 per lb. 18 to .'' 1 urkcys dressed Oats Oils I.nrd (whlto strained) I. indeed ; Rict Prime Raisins M. It. Layers per to. if.. Rnidns per box 3 00 to 3 ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 21 October 1859

Death the Original of Sir Walter Scott's "Madge Wildfire." A Scottish paper contains tlio fullowing interesting bin 017 t Oil Sundav forenoon Intelligence) was brought to U.iiashlols that no old woman of weak mind, woll known to tlio people of Galashiels and Molroso hy various cngorm ns us Black Boat, Bot Oramsley, and llitt Boss was ling in a dying stuto on tho road near Ellwand Bridge. Ths county police, with medical aniitanco, wunt to r moro tho sud'oring woman, who bad laid there all night. But aba yioldod up her breath j'ust as tbo doctor approached. Tho body wu convoyod lo tho tick houso hero, and aflorwardt interred in tbo stranger's pioi at liaunopo oury-grouna. r nty youri Elizibeth Urnhain wa the rustic beauty, ! prmo ana boast of Molroso aim its neighbor, hood, rosnoolahlf brought up with health mantling her chock, and guileless innoconco in hor heart. Returning homo ono orontng. ahe was set upon in tho gloomy solitudo or tho Bngle barn, and thoro ruined. fShu re turned h...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 28 October 1859

efferaofttatt S9emoctat J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 lUcckts Newspaper, Drtottb to tljt Dissemination of Republican Principles, ffoncation, temperance, Citeratnre, agricnlttw, an) tlje 2Cews of tlje Dar,. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1850. TERMS $1,50 per Aiiim. VOL. X., NO. 43. WHOLE 511. fltrje Jeffersonian Democrat II PCBLtSDED BVKRT FRIDAY MORMINO, AT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. 0. J ir telly over tkt Drug Store oj Coo S- Ham ilton, wttt tiU of fA Public Svuar. TERMS: If paid In advance, 1 M If not paid within tha year, 8 00 5" A II kinds of merchantable produce taken in payment, at the market price. ,No paper discontinued until nil arrearage are paid, except at the option of the Publisher. RATE3 OF ADVERTISING. I, tan. Advertiseueicti will be inserted ai fol lows: ."0 eta. a square, first insertion: each sub- sequent insertion, 'ti eta. a square. Bjsiiesi Aovestiskmexts will be inserted at ie following ratas: One Square three insertions," $1 00 " " two ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 28 October 1859

Beat buck lamb, Lyman Millard " lambs, " ' do do CLASS 31. GRAINS. Best selection seed wheal, A!mon Holcomb, CI arid on Best collectioa seed corn, 0 Rmney, Chester : do: do I.oni while eotml-seed, Q N Spencer do do: do Meet JJOUrO SPCll, r. opener, iW-blaze, 11 K Urainard, Claridon, Zi bist gonrdseed, A Haider twin, Chardon Pest King Philip, Lucius Parsons, Unwbdcn Uest pop corn, John U Warmer, Claridon IResl small sugar, A A Wilaiot.CluriJon liest oats, S A Tucker, Clniidon liest herds grass BeJ, Howell Trent, Chuidon do do' do do do do CLASS 32. VEGETABLES. Best and largest variety of potatoes, Lucius Parsons do 2d best, Henry Stanton, Huntsbur do Best peck sweet potatoes, L C Tieat do ' ' turnips, T J Green, (,'lariJon do " " cucumbers, Aldtu Ujitld, Claridon " tomatocs.C A Kellogg, Clniidon " carrots, Hiel Armstrong beets, J 13 Grist, llambJen " onions, George Wells, Claridon, " white beans, Jlowtl Trent do do do do do do 3 heads cabbaircC A Kellogg Clniidon " 6 summer squashes,...

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. — 28 October 1859

SPECIAL NOTICES. School KiBrnlnVra'' 'Jfollce .Tlio Dnard of Rchool Kinminera for Ooauga County wil hold their next mealing on Stituiday, the 9ih cloy of i... lata C hit r Ann 'I'hn hmir itt Ion o'clock. A. M. J. WORRALLO, Cl-rk. Chardon, October Mlh. 11'IUUCIi 10.17. U v . . . . Rend tli following from the Hon. Morri Mor rif, formorly Auditor of the Stat of Indiana IjiDiiNiPol.tt, Sept. 8, 1607. Dk. C. W. Robaci Dear Mr: llnving bceu troublod for several years with extreme debility "and weokness,so much so that 1 couldn't attend to my ordinary business at times, and having heard of the wonderful cures that your Scandinavian Blood Puriricr and rills were cflcctin;, I waa in duced by a friend to try tliem. I have been using the Purl er for the Inst twelve months, and iind the medicine lull)' equal to its recommendations. Bo valuable is its use to me, that I cannot now dispense with the use o( it at my advanced age of life-seventy-sevrn. I cheerfully give this information for the bene...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 28 October 1859

Frank Blair in Minnesota. A correspondent of the Cbiongo Preit 4" Tribune, writing from St. Anthony .Minn., gWM tbe following account of ipeeoh made by Hon. F. P. Blair, Jr., of MiHoarl, at that place : Blair addressed a Tory large audience In thii city on Saturday evening, and hii speech u one or mo Doidosl and most admirable otl-Slavory effort we haro cror hoard. Hi expose of tbo doughfaceism and dem agoguoiim of the Infinitesimal Ginnt was completo and triumphant, and brought down tbo house with pnali on peal of min gled laughter and applauio. At the dole, a gontleman in the audienco roae and mid that it "had been charged br the Hunkur pros that Frank Blair lilmsolf bold alaron," and if he would not consider it an Import! uonco, the audionce would liko to be on- lightenod. Mr. Blair replied that lio was embarrassod to find that tho Democracy would not permit bins to "form and regulate his own domostie institutions in his own 8T. lubjoot to the Conatitutlon of tho 1 T ' . 1 L ' . ...

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. — 4 November 1859

mjt Kef firs out an J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 lUrckln k'tiuflpaprr, Ptcotcb to tl)f Diflormination of Urpubliron Principles, Cbncation, ciiipcrcuuf, Citeratnrr, 3lgr'ultnrf, anb tljt Xttos of tl;t Dari. TERMS $1,50 per Annum. VOL.X., NO. 44. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 185!). WHOLE NO., 512. !) )t JcUcrsoiuan ucmocrat is ruoLigiiEi) EVBitr fridat MoitNiNa, at CHA.RDON, Geauga County, Ohio. OJice directly over the Drug Store of Co-ik $ Ham ittmi, welt tide of the u(iie Square, T E R MS: If paid in advance, 41 50 If not paid within tho year, 8 00 frTAll kinds of merchantable produce taken in payment, tt tha market pritf . ,Nd paper discontinued until nil arrearage are paid, except at the option of tlig Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Lim.il Advert isEMt vfs will be inserted n fol lows: 50 uts. a square, first insertion; each sub sequent insertion, 25 cts. a squnro. Lt is v';ss A'lvtar.sc.v.E.vrs will be inserted at the following rat s: One Square three ins...

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. — 4 November 1859

JULIUS OrCONVERSE, EditorT" 'TiiTitiioT ouio," i ui ii ay. Nov. OwT The Higher Law and the Irrepressible Conflict. Tlio political enemies of William II. Bow- ...j ,.:k i 1.I-. il.- u. . c i . ,.,,wu, U"S""--"S iwooiinograouosi moas ever proclaimed by any Amorican stutosman. Ono Is tlio idea of a Higher Law, oud tho othor of on i mi r n- .i . i . I.TCProM,b!o Conflict between .be ''opposing Bim eouiuiiii lorcos oi rrncnoin Bluvory. It ia highly croditablo to Mr. fr-owai J, that ho has tho sagacity to discern them more e'early than most statesmen, and the moral couraco to nroclann nn 1 ,t. ... , o , . . c.to thorn, in tho Sonata nnd bof.no tho peoplot yet wo deny that ho, oruny other man, is tho originator of either. Thu lliyhtr hiot has boon rnconizod by tho best men in all ngn3, and nuvor, wo bo- Iiovo. sorinusly domed, excopt by tho min-1 lolil 01 tlio fclavo I owor in tins boasto.1 land of Froudom. I'robably, when Mr. 80 ward romlndud Sor.atois of tho oxistenco of such n law, whoa...

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. — 4 November 1859

.-- . . . .. 'till! greatest natural ornament to tin) "hu man fui in divine," Ik unquestionably n fine, lii.iu riant, healthy growth of hnir. ll linn been sue. tcomctl in ull ages uf llio world, and among till nations, savage and civilized Hcnt'o the Iinlis.il Iravo regards llio clp of his enemy ns hDgrcnt est trophy. Forn similar reasMi.lhn f.shionublc brlhs often disguises the rcgionof vanity, as well a lior oilier phrenological organs, Willi borrowed locks. Ha who h'muM di-enver n tii.i lo of preventing lb hair from showing the inroads of envious Time, by turning pt m:it nr-ly urny, a method liy which it could bo restored when falling off, or turnii' i white, nnd nwuy ol promoting iu miuimicd nnd luxuriant growth, w u;d lio justly emit led to rank aiirnig the honofactois oT l lie hum ill r.ico. Head thn testimonials in another column, of tliu won Orrful, not tn say, almost miraculous, cllicUul "Professor Wood 'a Hair Restorative,' and sic if he ha. not accomplished all this -Cnoi...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 4 November 1859

LIST OF PREMIUMS LIST OF PREMIUMS Awarded by the Geauga County Free Agricultural Society, at their Annual Fair for 1859. CLASS 1.—A THOROUGH BRED DURHAMS. -Ifesl bull 3 years, Rulza Spencer.Diplomi 2d best, Ihel Armslronij, Best bull 2 years.Ernslus SpeDcer, Best bull calf, 8,1 best. " " do do do do CLASS 1.—B. CLASS 1.—B. THOROUGH-BRED DURHAMS. Best cow, Erastus Spencer do 9.1 ht " " Jo Best 2 year ol J heifer.Eraslus Spencer (1 o ad best. Dan Dimrock Best Ij ear old heifer, Erastus Spencer, 2d bent Best heifer calf 21 best do do do do CLASS 2. THOROUGH-BRED DEVONS. Best cow, N R Lyman, Chester, uo THOROUGH-BRED DEVONS. CLASS 3. GRADE DURHAMS. Best 2 year old heifer, Albert II de, IliimbJen Best Leifer calf, Joseph Hodges, Jlunlsburg do do CLASS 4. GRADE DEVONS. Best cow, E O Lyman, Chester 2d best, N R Lyman Best 1 year old heifor.Marshftl Sco ville, Middleficld 2d best do do do do CLASS 5. WORK OXEN AND STEERS. Best yoke of work oxou over 4 years, John Murrey 2d, Cliardon 2d best...

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. — 11 November 1859

effcrsontati J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. lie at 21 tUccklu Nctuonapcr, DcBottb to tlje Dioscinination of Republican Principles, OJbucation, (Ptmptrance, Cittraturf, Agriculture, anb tlje JCrius of tl)c Dan. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1850. TERMS $1,50 per Annum. VOL. X., NO. 45. , -. WHOLE 41) e leffcrflonian Democrat ii ruiiMsimt EVKitr kiiihay mhiimno, at . CHA.RDON, Geauga County, Ohio. Offitt directly orrr the Drug Store nf Co-, it- Hum iltun, went tide of the I'ub'ac Huuart. TEE M Si If paid In advance, ' 50 If not pniil within ttio year. 2 00 3TAII kinds of merchantable produce taken in payment, lit llio market price. .No paper discontinued until " arrearages rs paid, except at tlie option of the Publisher. RATE3 OF ADVERTISING. I.t.oal Advlhtisfments will le inserted ns fol low!: 50 cis. a equa'o, first insertion; each sub sequent insertion, 23 cm. n square. BYs'Nr.ss Advertisements will be inscrtr-d ot (lie following rnti:s: 4 In. Smlnrn three insert...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 11 November 1859

JUlTlTS O. CONVERSE, Editor. 'mRDE""oiiio. Friday;' xov jjfol HABEAS CORPUS CASE. Supposed Design of a Geauga Farmer to Reduce two Free Negro Children to Slavery. Considerable excitement wns produced In I Inst week, by a rumor thut Chris- tonhor Edick a farmer residing in Uussull ,DP,hi. County, had obtained from tho City Infirmary, two negro children, for t.io pur- j roso of taklna thorn to Missouri, nnd soiling j - .. . . I It was stated inni no them into Slavery. had oven gone so far as to purchase) tickets j Ri t.nni. lilnh was nro'jLiblv a inistiiho The facts which gavo rise to tho rumor, were follows: Last winter, a ne?ro iiniiiy as named Conner, residing in un old bunding on the cornor of liri" and Djlivar Streets, Clovoland, wcro found to bo hi very destitute circumstaucos. Tlio family consiited of a mvi, bis wife and tliroo children. On the death of their mother, which occurred in March, tlio childrun v.ero taken to tho City Infirmary. In Aust, M'. K licl: c.-.IM, with bia ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 11 November 1859

SPECIAL NOTICES. PORT UK'S FOR IN 1EUNAL AND EXTERNAL USE. The Best Pain-Killing; Remedy YET DISCO V Ell ED! t you have a pnin in fho Stomnch or Bowel., USE PORTER'S CURE OK PAIN. If youhavo n Burn, Driiiac or Wound, USE PORTER'S CUKE OF PAIN. If you have a Neuralgia or Rheumatism, USE PORTER'S CURE OF PAIN. Ifynuharo D yspcpsia , USE PORTE1VS CURE OF TAIN. If you have Cankered Month, or Sore Throat, USE PORTER'S CURE OF PAIN. If you have Diarrlura or Flux, USE PORTER'S CURE OF PAIN. If you nave a Cough or Cold, USE PORTER'S CURE OF PAIN. If you have the Llvcr;Complalnt, USE PORTER'S CURE OF PAIN. If you havo the Headache or Toothache, USE PORTER'S CURE OF PAIN. In abort. if you ate lck,nd wish to gut wen.au you have to do ia USE PORTER'S CUKE OF PAIN .j We rerer llic unbelieving to tho following p cr-; ton who have used the Cure, and recommend it lo their friends: Alexander Glenn, Samuel French, Kburben Loveland, Isaac Griffin, J. A. Crane, Calvin Belden, M. D., FarminRtoniWahcr La...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 11 November 1859

The Lesson of the Harper's Ferry Riot. Sound Counsels from a Virginian Press-Dangerous Increase of Mulattoes at the South. The Whcoling Intrlligrncrr, tho loadinp; Journal of Wostern Virginia.ha lie following ntlicioiit nnd itriking return k ia ill iisue of Octobor 21 t The iiifcitisntloni which havo boon and re being mado into ihoiucrot history of tho recent tornbio ami romarkaoio outureiiK win , , . , . . I. .. ..rt,l rnV:roB;!pon 'ino Zd m!:.0 ,n E8 tectinns of the Union. It bus two lessons, which it seems to us that it may vory appro priately teach. Tlio first of thosn is tho lesson which it will convoy to tho North, teaching them to look oven with more than thoit wide spread aversion upon the priori iios and teachings of those visionary fanatics among them who. Iiko Garrison & Co., claim that the constitution of our country "is a covenant with hell," and that tho duty of slaves is to riso id tho night timo and free themselves from thraldom by cutting tho throats of their ma...

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