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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 11 February 1859

a tthcklrj Ntwfipaptr, Dctotti to tlie Disetmination of ttfpnbliran JJriiu.p.c., Cbntation, emptrancf, Cittratnrf, flgritultnrf, atib tl)t Xtm of tl)t Dart. TERMS $ 1,50 per Annum, J. O. CONVERSE, Proprietor. VOL. X., NO. 0. CITAHDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1850. WHOLE NO., 474. ISfol- ?Jfilh 15th tn soot lye. Ism,' 311) e Jcffer soman Democrat tl pnt.ISHRD EMItf FlttDAT MOltStKO, AT CHAEDOH, Geauga County, Ohio. OJiet directly over tU Drug Slr of Con. A Ham idon, smiI tide of the rblic Svuart. TERMS: If paid In advance, J M If not paid within the year, . 2 00 tT All kinds of merchantable produce taken in .No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except t tlie option of the PublUher. RATE3 OF ADVERTISING. LxaiL Advertisements will he inserted as W low: SO eta. a square, first Insertion; each sub sequent insertion, '3 cts. a eqnare. Btshess; AovEnTsr.Ht.rrs will be the following rates: One Square three insertions, two months, three months, ' aix month.,...

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. — 11 February 1859

VOLUME X. NO. 6. THE JEFFEItSONIAN DEMOCRAT. FEBRUARY 11, 1859. Remarks Mr. Parsons of Cuyahoga. In the House of Feb 1859, on the Report of the Committee, asking to be discharged from the Further consideration of Mr. Welch's resolution Relative to the Canal Bank of Cleveland. Mtt. Speaki-.; tmt.tlr. tht tho House will not dmutmrco the Judiciary Comniittoo from tint further consideration of thia sub ject", liul will refer tht tnattor back to thorn, with Initructlon to report a Mil providing for the payment at swttr, by the 8tato,of tho outstanding M of the Canal Bank, end the redemption ot tho certificate of tho Treas urer ot btate (iim for the fame. It I an et of justieu that it loudly called for by the peoplcot the Statu, and one the have tho! right to demand at our hand. Sir.the bills of ?fce Cattal Bank, were taken Ij our citi- aeot as ntwuey. Because tho; tuppnacd the credit ct' tho State wa plodded for thoir -j-j -demplion. They reposed with entire confl-1 deoce upon that belie...

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. — 11 February 1859

Extraordinary Suicide in New Orleans Extraordinary Suicide in New Orleans —A Man Buries Himself Alive—He Takes Poison in a Tomb. TlielSVw Oili Htit Cretcent of tlx 84lh gircs ilm following remttikHblu morj of UIUIIII. 8ylMit lip pert, thirty teven yeM oni, mii htilishninn by birth, nnJ by truile h iii CMrjx-nH'i', livctl with his wile ami tnu ciiililrtMi in h liuusu in I'erditlo direct, in Oo'obi-r list I Im yellow fever, then pivilinjr, counivd mnonir ila vic tim ihf younr-i child of- the Knpt-ru tl'i ir liiilc'giil Liznv, iiboti; lour years old, and lliu pHriiculnr pet of the fxtlier. T Iii win h blow Iruin which the fnilier tiever recovered, N.i! nlitw to buy a tomb, lie hud the child buried in the ground in Qnenwood G. metery. Tuo rief piny id lienvily upon him. It ii his only thought j Hnd being out of bit regular employment in liis rief. "lie bought,. n buri.tl lot nnd some bricks and other luaieri il, r.l, and with bis no in the cemetery, . lie imd not the lb a stylish one; o...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 11 February 1859

VOLUME X. NO. 0. THE JEFFERSONIAN DEMOCRAT. FEBRUARY 11, 1859. Farmers' Department. Receipes. LnnfnfTea Cal. Ono clip of tour milk, one cnp sugar, one lea-spoonful rose wn't-r. h liltle nutmeg, one table spoonful of luiiter, one tra-.poonful of soda, two itri,l half rttp flour. Pcorok't Hatter Pudding. Six'een . one quart of milk, I e eggs to a froth on 1 t Wo-Moonrul of flour, sit I'Tfs. anil : bent the h pimp, and aftor it is mixed heal H fif tern minute. Either boil or balto. ;i Short Ginoerhrend. Eight nips fl.vir, three cups sugar, one cup ol gint:''i one cf butttat, r.x eggs, one teapoonful of tnJ.i. i . Salem Coolies. Three and a ViMf pounds of flour, one and ft half of i'nr, 1 . . . . rue ol luutcr, ono tca-spoonnu ol carrn-. wit seed, me and a half cup of milk, i A tevpnonful of sod-i. Met and Xamrless Cuke Two cups- ful ofsiisr. a small lump of bmter, half n pint of milk, four egg, one rocoinut j-nted, a len-spoonful of soda ond two ! teiipnnnfuls of rrenm of tartar. ; i, ...

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. — 18 February 1859

Mtftm ontan J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. iDtcklu Newspaper, Dctottb to tlje Diflenmnation of Ktpubltfan flrinttplte, ffbruation, 03rmpcrontf, itfraturc, griftilturr, anb iljt Nemo of tfje Pari. TERMS $1,50 per hnntn. VOL. X., NO. 7. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1859. WHOLE NO., 475. je Jctursoman ucmocvai U r03LI3ltKD EVS1IT FRIDAY MORNING, AT CHARDOIS, Geauga County, Ohio. CJiei dirtctl) ever the Drag Start oj Co-Jk it- Ham itton, weit ttdi of the rublie Suuare. TERMS. Cf paid In advance, 5j If not paid within tho year, , , TAIl kinds of mcsAantable produce taken in pjymcnt, at the markcTpriec. ,.o paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, exempt at the upiiou of the Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Leoal Advertisements will he inserted as fol lows: 50 cm. a sq tare, first Insertion; each sub sequent insertion, ets. a square. l)"sis:ss Aovkrt sexemis will be Inserted at the following rates: Onebquarc tnree inserions, e . v ' " two months, " " three mon...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 18 February 1859

VOLUME X. NO. 7. THE J EITE liSON I A N DEMOCRAT. FEBRUA11Y 18, 1859. Kansas Intelligence. The Cleveland Leader says : The report telegraphed from the West icum- days ago that old Ossawalomio Crown had captured iind liunij Deputy Marshal Wood is no doubt a mi-take, as, Leavenworth and Kansas Ci'y dates of the lOlh contradict the story. A bill abolishing and prohibiting slavery in tlic Territory his passed the Legilulure, but this OiopHl-oli says Gov. Medary will doubtless veto it. That slavery exists till in Kansas was clearly shown on tlic trial of Vlie kidnappers of the barber Fisher, at Leavenworth. Mr. Moore, who was sworn lor the defense with reference to the exis'.encr if uluvery by usage and cus tom in LuuUtnna, Kentucky, and Kansas, testified that slavery had existed in Kansas by usage nnd custom since 1C50. Mr. Om-n corroborated Mr. Mnoie. He brought tdnves into the Territory bim-rll, and UOW had livin lilt nietsnsviiin. Thi gives force to the assertion of Mr. Murium-) an's...

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. — 18 February 1859

VOLUME, X. NO. 7. THE JEFFERSONIAN DEMOCRAT. FEBRUARY 1 Constitution of Oregon—Officers Elected. The Cdiialilutiuu of Oregon O'julnint tome ft'Hlurt-s not found iu any of tlie oilier thirty two States. It is full of ullrtiisnu, ami mj mil the rogioo of sundown but not of sunrise. Privileges are conferred, and privileges pre d.-nitd, titcli nt no other peiip'e. tolerate ; and if tlie machine works without constant tinkering it will be because tlie Ori-gon'utu are non-des-cript people, nnd jj.tl tit to be tied up and tied down by constitutional cords, hs ani mal Hie letliered in a corral. Some of the principal provisions are as follows : The Contlitu ion prohibits the existence of banks of circulation ; tlie incorporation of any moneyed institution whatever ; the iippropiiaiion ol any money fir a religious int.' itiuiun, or the contracting ol debts, tx Dl in cose of w.ir, when the amount shall i.. it exceed $50,001)'. While foreiunert r I enjuy the same rights wilh respect i.i propert...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 18 February 1859

Volume X. no. 7. THE JEFFERSONIAN DEMOCRAT. FEBRUARY 18, J 859. Farmers' Department. The Perfect Farmer. VTeliave been greatly Interested In the nddnss of llie Hon. Joseph K. Yillinms " President of llie Agricultural College of Michigan, delivered on the occasion of re ceiving ilie charge of that Institution. It nboumli in nr;uments for llie proper edu cation af youth with reference lo the pur suit of apiculture. The following extract furnishes an illustration of win l is neces sary to constitute " an accomplished farmer ;" " The iJca that perfect farming consists at pcriecuarming consists lit labor and strength only in aptness muscle, is at wur with true philosophy t.i i. : i The sailor before the mast splices a rope, steer the ship, or rows a lo:it with ptrlcct skill, Hurled into the ocean, he li'les the waves with comnosure, and is caved in countless exigences w here a lunosmnn would burely have perished. IosmiiI fear- llie yard arm, amid the play ol the lightnings, and sleet, an...

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. — 25 February 1859

(IL Jeffersoman ifW if flit if! if 1 A ? ' 21 lllccklu JCcrucpapcr, Clcwotcb to t Ij c Dioormination of Republican print. pica, Cfcttcation. (Dtmpcrancf, dtcraturr, Slflviculturc, auD tlje Xtwa of ilje Dan. J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor, tiiij TCR31S $1,50 prr Amnm. VOL. X., NO. 8. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2.r), kS59. IT. WHOLE NO., 470. EI)t Jcffcrecmtau Democrat 11 flj.lutjlf! EVKIIT Fllln.vr MnRNINQ, AT CHARDOff, Oeauja County, Ohio. CJitt ' '! nrrr rr frj nf fo",- Ham ill lent iiiie ni VMic Huuart. T F. R M S: If nil in i.lvancp, $1 50 1, ., ,..,1 witl.in llin vn,.r 2 00 ty V.l ki 1 1, of merchantable produce taken in ,.:, ;it i!' nvirliet nrice. ,N' parwr dis -oniin e d until till arrearages are paiJ, except at Hie op, ion of the Publisher. RATF.3 OF APVF.UTIPINO. T.r.vu. VnVEHTissMiiNTS will lie tniert'Ml ns lot li.vi-ih".! itii, lint lll-iei each Bub s-.1 1 I 1 ruon , cis. n pquiTu. I) A n'!'. IC SE'.Il.Xl'S will bo inrertcl nt thi fo'.iovveiii i :ii: One S...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 25 February 1859

The President's Special Message. AIINl.TOS, Fl-b. Tllf Plesidellt . o-day transited a M.ts.ge toCngiess, , "t'ho!.. ! Jo the Senate and IIuwc of Rt-prcstn- tativtt .-The brief period which remains f your present session, nn.l tin- great ur-1 geney nnd iropomnce of tlie legislative nciion before ,,rn,in.tion for .1,, ptotcc- ! turn of Ameitcan cii:z.-nt nnd their prop-' city, while id transit hcios, me isthmus ; Tou'.. s bctwei n our A lutilic nnd I't;ilic, pos''t sion, render i'. mr dutv m t;i in to' riCiiii mis uiijcci 10 your noin-e. 1 have iier.-tiifure presented ii in my niiiiuiil Mi s- Mife-i, bo. Ii (if hecmiher '.ri7 nnd 'AU, to i. , ... whicn 1 oi'jj li i.e to reler. In the Inner 1 sl.Hl.eil tbm the Kji eti'ive lioveriinient l lllis Counliy. in n intereoiioe wilb for eign nntiniiH, i 1 i tii i 1 -ti 10 ihe employ hkhI ot t! i il . iimr j nloiie. Winn lliis bills, it can ptoeiei! no luillu r. It cuiiiiot leiiim ilely resort to force without 1 ! ilin ct HiuboNiv of ConL'ii-.'....

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. — 25 February 1859

VOLUMK X. NO. 8. THE JttFFKUSONIAN DEMOCIIAT. FEBRUARY 25, 1850. The Missouri Kidnappers. JVirtur Uny utnl mui, wiih were foici- Lly ki In iie, from K itis.i, Imve written j a letter In. id tlteirjiil in Missouri. We' mtpjiosu bu'. onu la miff in confinement i tliu lii'uvt'invonli Timet stilled thai bold i i .. . : ;i .i ... . ... . ..i.. Mcf.aiti.il .fitrii 1 til .mil Itlll mm It'ita ri'ltl" . km. The-nidi .nuties lienneil uimn these: men when otp'tir, .1 h.uI inker, lo liE..uri ! . , t ; r , t nre p isl belie'. On nrnvuii it V cston, .i .i i. m.... i iiio., mey wire iiiruwii mio) ii iioulu imiiou slept ull uight ou the Hour. They say: In th.o morning wo fere tiiken through ; a streets, llio peoplo Khnuting, bt-lla Hie riir,'ins(, A.O. I should liny sniil hi iiia'ht on );irl.ii!;, sulutes were Gred, io. Hiid A j;run 1 supper was hud by llio cuptors, Wniit: every insult possible wns heaped rp iti m, Cinilli'S were held lo our f.ices ulnt-rve in. W ii we io then lubun lo l'u' ' i l l...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 25 February 1859

VOLUME X. NO. 8. THE JEFFERSONIAN DEMOCRAT. FEBRUARY 2.3, J 859. Farmers' Department. Salting Plum Trees. I. M. Ives of S.lero, writer to tlio X. H!, Farmer on this uhj-cl. m Mlowi : " In ;' February of 1345, I applied to onfl ncre j five hotheads, ami for two ye.v my I tree, produced really, p irliuiilurly the Green lie ; I had at that lime upwards; of twenty five varieties of Iho plum. j Previously to thU, my fruit was badly tlung wiili the curculio. I could not, ' bowever. perceive that the salt had nny j eit'eet upon the black wart, which has J nincc destroyed nearlv nil the tilum trees in this section: my Iruil was most uis - laetorilv preserved.lor two years Irom the euie'ilio. A friend from a neihhoiin city on p. visit to my place while the sail lay upon the surface, on his return home npplied htiee to A few trees, which killed them nu!ttj;ht. Salt, as well as iru mo, must be u-ed in n proper manner ; cnilo salt or brine must mil rums in elo-ci prox imity to the roots il shoi...

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 March 1859

effetsoman J. O. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 111 ccklg NewBpopcr, DccotcD to tljc Dissemination of Rrpnblican principle. CKucation, unpevancf, Citeraturr, Cljricnlture, n.b tlje JTfws of llje Datj. TERMS$1,50 rr Jrrrir. lie Skttioevat VOL. X., NO. 9. CIIAKDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAIiCII !, 18-30. WHOLE NO., 477; (t)t itffcrsonian Dcmoirat u iiitii,i.4ii id EVAitr rrtmr MonxiNa. at CHARD3tf, Qeaaga County, Ohio. CJic dirtclly ever te Drug Storr oj Cos Ham ittun, mil tide o) tin Public iiuars. TERM Si If piii in advance, 1 iO II' not piii within tin) year. 2 00 (T V1L Itiilsof in-irchaniablo produce taken in piyn-iil, at tlin market price. , pt discontinued until nil arrearagos art paiJ, ciMpl at the op.io.i of tlie Publisher. RATES 0FAD ERT1SINU. t.MiL Advertisements will be inserted ns fnl tavj: ,'J c:i. a sq ii-n, tirs' imenioir, each sub seqjoill insertion, 25 CD. a square. icr.itr JtE.irj will be inserted at the following rat"i One Sq.iaro three insertions, $1 00 " " two m...

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 March 1859

Distressing Affair—A Bride and Others Fatally Burned. The Louisville Cuuiicr has lhe follow ing l By passenger from Lebanon we learn of most distiessing iilfair which occurred nar ilmi pb.cc jMicfUy. Mi Susan Shuck, daughter ol John Shuck, K-q , was to have bci n married lu Mr- John Thomas nt I 2 o'clock. Hut a few min ute prior to (he time tho ceremony wa tube pi-rlormed. ni-r iiress ncriiicn'hiiy caught on riie, and ihe weddine; dress, which whs of thin m nlei i nt wits instantly in n blaze, and t tie young Inly wai fatally burned. Ilerftstci, Mrs. Dorr linrrivm, in her t UorH h Mive hi'r, fited her own.,, ilrrli nnrl sen t..ti!,r ....,-.. infnri 1e : , . i " 1 " "',MV burned. Iheiu h but hub; hope of her recovery it is (eared. Mr. Shuck nnd oilier members of ;'fie fHinilv, who also u'lt'i! to relieve tl.B young lady from her perilous siluar.on. Wire binned, but riot aeiiously. Vhu scene terrifying be yond tho yxprcsion of luniuajji'. the bii.le w us badly burnt from the waist up,...

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 March 1859

Thu ul'turnooii tliu II utii lui'l umlur cmi tliliirniioii a til I to nniuti I lie law "fur ilio promotion iif (iluotiS iif human iulchra." o us lo ni'iko it nncussury lur (liu Suno to pruvo Unit Hi. iniMion wm not given hy thu rolmivi'S nl Ilio ilrci'iiliil, or viiiitiiulel nil tlinruios. tint tli. a ilio ilufi'iidunt limy hi ilofuui'H Ihnw llmt hn Imtl suuli iuriiiiss on. Pm-luis won) a littlu disposm! to piicli ml" tliis liill, iiml n imimhur imxml in fioi'iit inuiiihitrs nl thuir urufossnui from iia uiioru- tion, ralliur in ll ui;ti in that tin mm ill earn it thoy do cut ttinnuitlvfS up. To show iho lntiMt'M inuiiilinra I'rcqumiily lko in minis tiros linfmo tliom, it it siilUiiioiil lo li'lur lo u quustioii nf (irivilogo misoJ by a n toi r thu ut mi no. in. Thu gi-iit'.nni.iii limn Van Winn risos in. his soul mi l with (Inn gravity itlcl rosso ihu Chair; "Mr Spi'Mkor, I nsu t J a fines i i" n ot iji i vili'jjo. Tlii'ii) ia in much nnisu in thollill, ihu U' lilli'tit iti trout II...

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

Farmers' Department. Horses vs. Oxen. Which is the most pro6lablo team fur the furnier, horses or oxen ? Tim ques tion has been variously debuted, bul we Lave seen no belter statement of Oolh ides of the case than llmt jri ven by Thiyer. in liis Principles of Agriculture. He, in ubstnnce, says : Horses (ire capable of nil kinds of farm labor ; they adapt themselves to every rand and every decree ol tempernture . Whea horses are kept, there is no ocen-1 ion to select tbeir particular kind ol Inbor ; ihey mriy be employed in Hiiy work, iind attached to aoy vehicle or implement of the farm. Horses perform all kinds of work cxpe-j diliously ns well as continuously, thus. keeping those who labor with the in more fully employed than is lliv case in work in if with oxen. Oxen, on the contrary, can perform many kinds of farm labor equally as well as ihu horse, au J when well led are capa ble of enduring nearly as much fatigue. Many person consider them better than hories lor plowing. Oxen a...

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 March 1859

Ipemocrat 0 titan 3 ItlcrMri Newspaper, Perots to tljr Dissrnilrtation of ttrpublican Pvintiplto, tEfcrtcation, (Ptmpcrantf, Citcraturf, Clgricnlturf, ana tlje JCcuis of tlje Dart. TERMS $1,50 per Animrr.. J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor, CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 18-50. WHOLE NO., 478. VOL. X., NO. 10. Cljt Jeffcroonicut Democrat II Dm.lSU '.! eVi:ilT KlltlJ VT M.lltNINO. AT CHA.UD0X, Geauga County, Ohio. V 1-r i riclh over tt Pntg Store ol Cook i- Hum tllun, . 'idc of the 1'ubiic Snuare. T Ett M S: If r,id in advance,- " li not pul within the yea.,- : uu. O r VII kin W of merchantable- produce taken in mvmjnt, lit tlui market price. P Sij oilier discoiuui'icd until all arrearages " . r '.. . -. .u.. -.. : -.f I',.l,li..l,.r. tr.) except m mt u....,, ... . RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1.L AmrERriV.Mttsrj will be insetted aa fob lo-'iJ c:i. ! xi ii'!-, li.-i- iineniuii; each sub j i'r i.i.urli .u, li.'i en. h square . ... u , i M .V i.ir will bo inwrtcl at laefollowi'i:; ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 11 March 1859

Col. Forney's Review and Anathema. All parties tiood willing to Col. Forney, editor of the Phil press, made .lamct Uucliman 1 of the Unite J Slates. In a letter by him from Washington to his Press, tinted March 4th, ISSO, Col. V. lima reviews i . . ii . i . unu pofowny condemns ; Two ytals ago this day, .fames rhanan took Ins cent in the Preidentinl t'hair, the mo.tt jmpRlnr ot our Chief Magistrales sirrec lire (in- ot George W ashington trust him. His inaugural address wns Hcceptcd by every section witli unillnyud pleasure. Ilis lona; publio lif induced rven these who refused to support, him in '56, to repose a generous con.ti lone.' in his administration, lie held in his ln.nd v.lrc destinies of n lmppy country. He 'was clothed with rare ndraniiig.-', and, rtad he been Animated by eoiwicniiiui patriotism, ho woulJ li'ive conciliated he Democratic putty in every .State in the Union, and paralyz.'d utid prostrated nil its adversaries. Where docs he stand lo day ? Utterly bankrupt an...

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

Buchanan's Social Friends. Tlio ILtllimoru American'! letter, dated Washington, March 1st sttya : An eflurt ? i . - - . IT . Ll ... H already ronue to impute m rr nsniiigicni society the tlcpluritblo tragedy which bus excited such deep finotiun here and else-'of where. This is entirely unjust. There no more letlned, puro and cultivated sociely in tho country than that which composed, of t ha stationnry population here. Hetweeti it and the oftioial aucicly, which is necessarily transient, there is Wido distance, the first being accessible only to those deserving its recognition, and the other, of lute years especially, opening its doors wido to the world, vourt popularity, and without any real re gard to tho standing of the multitude so fcilmi'itcd. This has become n common h'.'iji'Cl of remark, parlicularly inco the H .vent of the present Administration.- -nd it u verv well known that tlie con si ij;i. tioe obtained by the parlies in this bad nil ur was derived mainly from the open ...

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

The Gunmaker of Moscow. A TALE OF THE Empire under Peter the Great. CHAPTER I. Th time t which we open our story is ( mid-winter, and towards ilic chm: of the seventeenth century. Russia is the scene. Id the suburbs of Moscow, mid "it y near the river Mokwa, stood hd humble cat. which betrayed neatness of ar- rangement ntiJ bliow of tusle that more than made up, lor its Miiullntss of sine. Uiick ol the col wis an m tisim's t-lmp, nd other out buildings.' This shop de voted to the niiinufnctuiii o( tire nuns, mostly. !?oniu bwoiiIh, mid oilu-r eded weapons, were m;idu lieiu upou special application. Tiie master of this tenement wns the hero ol our tale, Hui'n: Nevel. We find him standing by his lor- watrliing the wliite smoke as'il curled up towards llie throiit ol the chimney. lie was a young man, not over ihiee niif.-uventy, mid pos tered a Irame of more than ordinary symmetry itn-1 niUM-ulir development. lie was not large not ubove H nii-dium M2C but a single g:nce at the Rwelling...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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