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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 27 January 1860

J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 lUccklQ iKewBpaprr, Dcoottb to tljt Dioecinination of Republican principles, Cbucation, temperance, Citcratnre, dgricitlture, anb tlje Sscws of th,e Ptn. TERMS $1,50 per ilnnnrn. VOL. XL, NO. 4. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1FC0. WHOLE NO., 524. ZDimocntt. soman . 9ll)e lefferoonian Democrat II PUBLISHED EVEIIT ritlDAT MCRMK0, AT CHABDON, Geauga County, Ohio, Office directly over tt Drug Store oj Coo am llton, wit eidi of the Public Suuare. TERMS. if paM In nlvanco, $1 SO IT not i i I within tho year, 2 00 tXAII ki i Is of merchantable produce token in payment, in tlie market price. ,No paper discontinued until nil arrearages re paid, except at the option of the Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Lsoat, Advertisements will be inserted as fol Iowa: SO els. a squire, firnt insertion; each sub sequent insortion, 23 cts. a square. Business AurERTisiiMLNrs will be inserted at the following rates: One Square Vrrfoe insertions, $1 00 " " t...

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 January 1860

JULIJJSb.COSVEI.SE, Editor?"" CIIAIiliUX, 0II1U. rill I) AY, JAM A II Y 27. It0, Republican State Convention. Polegaie Convention, for thu purpose fif H'liciiiR four Senatorial Delegates lo iliu : x nMonal itnnutilicnii Ufiiitcfitirn. nt f ne-ipn ' will assemble in tlm city nt Columhui on Thursday, tho 1st day ocWk, X M. Thu rati will bo, ono delegate Tor J0. Uur,lllSoll Ml forrach fmciion on i.f March next, at 11 ;yc';r."rr ' S1U s id n, c ZZluLZnZT I f-Vhe Convention I. to bo composed ,.f 406'. SKT I-.' US 0 .J. I Ashland, ft ; Asiitahula. 9 1 CnUinil)iann,8: Coshoetoii. fi ; Crawloril. 4 ; Cuvnbogn, lo ; ll irko. 0 i I). 'ft. nice. 2 ; F.rte, 0 : (jeanun. 5 I . !J. It -. i.- - . i ..i... r.. Wait, 8 ; MubonitV i Mri.,,. ' uTi.i.I a c V'!W. i,' M'.'Ti. 'i5 . t. ' .' 1 ... .' ..' .. ... ' ' wioumnin.oi irutuoui, n iuFctiaus, m ! -. '. . '.,. . ' ..inne.il vt nnu. o; tvyunuoc, t. E.cil , Cuncressional JtisH'iet will elect two' fleleuates to attend tlio Chicico Cnnvetitinn 1 Tho coun...

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. — 27 January 1860

Carrying Revolvers in Washington. I'lMNliuK, of iho Luuisvillo Journal, gives little) ol liia oipurlunco during a rucunt visit to Washington at follows t When wa woro in Washington, two or throe woika ago, wo Itouid from all quar ters that iho groat inuM of tho motnbers of both Sections worn lu-avtly Iroiglitod with ull Sorts of purlulilo Ineilitius for lotting bloou. Wo beliove wo woro rather a pot of both tedious, and we dope we botrsy no sacred Confidence in laying tlmt whonoror North ern and Bouthurn ttu'inbers got a littlo maud lin and throw their arun tiOeciionaiely round ui (of courto to atoady tbomsolvo) we almost invuriubly toll the hutti of pit toll and tho halii of bowle knives prvss f tlnst our alirinking framo. One morning wo put our ovorcoals in tho rack at Biomi's Hotel, and wont to bruaklast. When wo relumed, our coat was g('ii', but anothur somewhat rosombling It la; near. We took up the latter, but put it back with horror on finding a big, fiight ful looking revolv...

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. — 27 January 1860

Jons Siikrmam, the Republican cnndi Ja!e for Speaker, is ibus hastily sketched by letter-welter: "lie is tall, thin, brown-iinireil And Bbftrp-fcatuted man, of the lymphatic bil out temperament, has the most admirable temper or, perhaps, control of temper would come Dearer the mark. His sharp, bilious face, and deep-set, luhtle gray eyes give indications that there must he both physical and nervous irritability nt work within; but the lymph in his veius is like colJ water poured on every fire, nd though the embers of natural wraih may be smouldering within .there arc no combustible red globules in his blood to furnish alio, cut for any external flame. Correct, courageous, impassive and im perturbable always courteous, always, dignified and laborious to a miracle. ' A NEtannpRLT Corrksponof;ncpi "MW Thompson presents his compliments luai. m iiih luiure. I.e wt loL siell -ni"s Hith two ffces." j "Mr. Thompson's respects to llr.l Simpson, and will fee! obliged if he add 1 the letter E ...

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. — 3 February 1860

rfferaontan r J.O. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 lUrcklg Nrnjopttptr, Dcobttb to tljr Dissemination of tlcpnblican Principle., Cfbucation, tSemprrancr, literature, asritnltnre, ano tljeNews of trje Den. TERMS $1,50 per Annum. VOL. XL, NO. 5. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 18C0. WHOLE NO., 525. Slrje Jeffcrsonian Democrat IS PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY HPRMNO, AT CH ARSON, Geauga Cocaty, Ohio. 0r directly over the Drug Store of Co-k S- am iltun, meet eidt of the Fubitc Suuare. TERMS. f piil in silvnnce, 1 so l' nt rnil wiiliin tlio ynur, 2 00 T All ki i It of merchantable product) taken in aymnt, at ihe market price. ,o piper discontinued until at! arrearages art paid, except at the option of the Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. t.Ko-AL Advcrtissme.xts will le inserted as fol lows: 50 cts. a square, first insortiou: each sub- sen no nt insertion, 25 cts. a squnro. B sixrss Advektisemk.' will be inserted at tlie following rates: One Sqimro three insortlons, $100 ! " " two mon...

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. — 3 February 1860

JULIUS oTcONVEIlSE. EditorT- miiMs, uiiiikjuiiui. nit. j. ihu Republican State Convention. .A Delegate Convention, lor thu poipmo of selecting four .Senatorial Delegates In ihe Rational Knpublicun Convention nt Chic.iuo. will assemble in llio city fit Columbus on Thursday, eho 1st day til March next, lit 1 1 o'clock. A. M. Tho ratio dl ieircsenta'inii ill lio. oho dolnentn lor each 400 votes Ini Got. Donuitmi in 185U. iiihI oho delegate for each fraction over liult' t lint number. fTlie Convention is to do composed of 4'io tl - ... t.:..u I.. .1 ... .. VUlUKitllia, ill which wii VQ Hilly mi. Il.lie- oiitn.ii.il of certain counties, loo it : ! Ashland. S i Ashtubuhi.D; Columbiana . fl: Coshocton, f. ; Crawford. 4 Cnvaling:., 1.. j D.irko. 6; Dnllanco. 2 ; Erie, C ; 'Geauga, u ; ! Holmes. !t ; Huron. 7; Knox. 7; Luke. C i ! tioiam. j i.upas. Oi iMiiii. lg. o ; Mjii.ui, 8; Medina, fli Of town, li Pontine. 7-.' ItichlHli.1.7 i Kn.lk..4. M,..l,v 3 S.,.L 8 Summit. Cs Trumbull. 8i Turcuraw...

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. — 3 February 1860

Governor Chase's Letter on the Tariff. Tim following letter from Governor CIimh to Senntor Stanley, of thu Oliio Legislature, Ims just liven puliliflie d : "COLUMBUS, October 25, 1859. Mr Dear Sib.: W are nil urmliic.il lo lienr ol your election to (lie Selinie, mnl 1 wo ptti ticuliii I v orniiliiid by your If iter ftonfirniinn ilia in, nil ltt.iv. nnil niitiliin.v me f your personal uootl will. Ilelieve: tne tlint I value tlie esteem of ucli men ts yourstll fur more highly (linn tiny office ; nd only regret when I compire tny knowledge of mysell with that esteem, that I ffinnol feel it is better ileserved. Surely there liotilc1 be no liisnoieeini nt between Republicans ns to tnrilT. WIml ever may be nny mnn'it theoretical views of free trade, we ore nreed tint iliere is lo prospect of the adoption ol the policy of unrestrained cotametcinl intercourse by civilise; J nn'.ions during the life of nny ol Ui; And r.o one, I believe, proposes the dop'ion of th nt policy by the United ElV....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 3 February 1860

Transition from Girlhood to Womanhood. BY TIMOTHY TITCOMB. O, mirth tnd Innocence ! O.niilk sndwster! dnvs I BYRON. We tWuro to ourselves lha lliinff we like, anil then w duild It at chouc will have it, on the HENRY TAYLOR. Every younj woman who has arrived I twenty yoars of ago, has pastoJ lliroujjlij throe dispensations the chaotic, tho tr.iiis- and the cryttallino. Tho chaotic terminates with tho adoption of tho long skirt. Then commmicos the trunsi-1 tional ditpensation, Involving tho process ol ; cryttallitation. This process may po on feebly for yours, or it may proceed to nip-1 Idly that two years will cumploto it. In PVU1H ..VIIIUI. Ik IV HUTU VVIIII'IUIUII, III l,ifll equonco of a lack of inhurent vital forco, or Criminal disregard of tho requisite conrii tiont. The transitional dispensation is so full of dungnrs, that it calls lor a icparuio lettor ; and this I prnposu to write now. Tbo silly dispensation, or stngo of a joung woman's lite, is marked hy many cu rious sympto...

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. — 10 February 1860

effersaiitatt' Wimotv&t -. . i 1 1 l. ' 1 - , , : ' . .- . . . - " J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 tihrklg Kctuapaprr, Deoottb to tl)t Dissemination of tlcpnblican principUi, tfoucation, Gcmpcrantr, Cittratttrr, agritulturt, ano th.e Nttus of tl)t Dan. TERMS $1,50 per hnntn VOL. XL, NO. C. " ClIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 18UQ. WHOLE NO., 520. it Jclitrsoman Democrat IS POOMSIIBn EVERT MIDAT MORIUNO, AT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. Off directly over te Drug Store oj Co'i or Ham iitvn, wett lide of the 1'ubiie Square. TERMS. H pid in advance, 1 50 If nut p ti l within tlio year, 2 00 t-TAU kit U of merchantable produce taken in payment, at the market prire. ".'o paper discontinued until all arrearage, are paid) except at the option of the 1'ubluhcr. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Lv,OAr, Advertisements will be inserted as fol low.: SO ots. a square, first insorlion; each sub eeauent insertion. 25 eta. a sminro. Busmtss Advertislmemts will be Inserted at the following ...

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. — 10 February 1860

JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. -.- chardox, omn, mi day, 1KB. ID. isMl. Republican State Convention. A Delegate Convention, for tho pnrposo f selecting foer Senatorial Df'ogates to the National Republic" Cyurontion at Chicugo, will Iira'uio In the city of Columbus on Thursday, tho lt day of March next, nt 11 o'clock, A. M. The ratio ol representation will be. one dolcgato for each 400 votes for Oov. Donnisnn in 1809, and ouo dulrgato for each fraction ovor half that number. f'l'he Convention Is to bo composed of 465 Delegates, of which wo giro only tho repre sentation of certain counties, to-wlt : Ashland, 6 Ashtabula. 9; Columbians. 8; Coshocton. 6 Crawford. 4 ; Cuyahoga, 15 , Darko, 6 t Defiance, 2 ; Erie, fi i Geauga, 5 : Holmes. 3j Huron. 7 Knox, 7 l.ko. fi; Lotain, 8 ; Lucasyft; Mchoning. (I i Marion. 3 ; Medina, 0 ; Ottowa, 1 ( Portage. 7 -, Richland, 7 j Bandutky, 4 j Shelby. 3 ) Stark 9 j Summit, Cj Trumliuli. 8 Tuscarawas 7; Wayno,7 Wood, 0; Wyandot, 4. Each Congrotstonal Dist...

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. — 10 February 1860

Fire and Sad Loss of Life. basotnout of a ! ttory twnumont houso on Elm ttroot. Now York, which resultod in the ! of twenty or more llvot. the uppor floor boing occupiol by tome winy laint lies. I o'clock Tho alarm of fire l given about 8 . i ami I lin acann of ciitifue on anil . dittroii wero heart rending. The ttttlrwny for oictipo was cut off by the flumes, and Dion, woman anil childron rushed (o the windows in despair, screaming for assistance. Some of thorn muttered courage, to jump from the windows, and escnpod witti but light Injurlot. A numbor of thn rotcuod wore badly burned. The dispatch aayt! A Jowlsh family, consisting of 8. occupied 0 portion of tho third floor. The only member f tr) family that could bo found Wat a child, 2 yoart old, and it it) funrod that a portion of tho family wero burned. Mr. Drickt, wife and li.O ohildren, occupied portion of tho third floor at nono of them wero toon after tho fire btoko out, it it fearod thciy woro all biirnod. Mr. Walker, hit w...

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. — 10 February 1860

For the Jeffersonian Democrat. The Fate of John Brown and its Comrades. ' rades, Tmn n.l-i urn in ilnr. nnrished on a csf-, ... fold In a neighboring Statu, as bravo and SttV0 as noble a man as over took op arms in a ow) righteous causo, Ooy. Wiso, hit chief exo-; ,pom cutioror, boing judgo. llonr him I "" , wl-.at tho greatest intogritt.trutlifulnoss bear ar.d oourage that I ever mot. Such being ' tho unwilling but truthful tostitnony of In ! tho enemies and executinnors, wo haro no fears but an Impartial public will awnrd lo his 1 W)t rnomory thoao imperishable honora duo for ; Ai,e this great iuciiflco. The world are wont 1 1 renera'l to judgo of men'l ffl"r by tho , ,( Success of llioir ithemr: In tins case, thoro i)o ieems to bo an exception. Failing entirely i i :, In bis plans, and evon perishing on tho pin- ; bot, ho has accomplished infinitely more for Uo tho cause on which his hi art was sot, than be could in a long life, had brilliant success f.m crownuu every acuun. in n...

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. — 17 February 1860

J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 tUrcliln ICcmoptipcr, Prcotcl) to tl)t Dissemination of Republican JJuntiplcs, Cbucation, Ocmpcrancf, itcratre, djvicultttrf, ant t!je 2Cru)8 of tl)t Dan. TERMS $1,50 per Annum. VOL. XL, NO. 7. ClIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FJUDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1SC0. WHOLE NO., 527. fflrje Jfcffcraontaii Democrat U rDBLtSHKO EVERY FRIDAY MORMNO, AT CHAEDON, Geanga County, Ohio. OJiet iirectl) over le Oruf Store ol Co;k S- Ham litun, west side nf the Public Souars. TERM Si If paid In advance,.. Jl 50 If not paid within tliu year, 2 00 ftCT All kinds of merchantable produce taken in payment, at the market price. '.No paper discern. iniied until nil arrearage re paid, except at the option of the l'ublisher. HATES OK ADVERTISING. LtotL Advertisements will be inserted as fol low: 50 cts. a square, first insertion; each sub sequent insertion, 25 en, a square. Bjsixess Advertiscmknts will be inserted at he following rates: One Square throe insertions, $1 00 " " two months, 2...

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. — 17 February 1860

""jULIU3OrCONVERSE7 EditorT" CllillUUN, OHIO, llUUAY. FLB. I. I Mil). Republican District Convention. A. Diitict Convcmioi for llie appointment of two Dclogutes Iron, IliisCousrrossioiial District, to .h. I!, iA i,nn i:,,Mi-..nn,,n. will In. Iii ld t Pninusville, Wednesday. Fib iimi, ui i oiloik If r. m. The basis of s-iid Convention w ill lie one Pol. jnte fur every 60 votes cast lor Win. Petiiii.on, for Governor, nud oiie lor every Iructioi. ul 30 votes. Ge.iuja Co-nty wil.'bc cniiiled to the follow ing number ol Delegates: Vjrc MR Ot'V. BILtOATtS. lr.j :i 101 113 !'j r.ii H'G MO 97 120 120 J 19 i 117 140 ?0W.itt.rs. the-tiT, K issell. Dninliritlje, Auliurn, New'iilry, Munson, Crnr.lon, llaniilrn, Cliiriilon, Barton, Troy, Parkinm, Miiil.Vlifld, Huntsli.trg. Muiuville, Tliuiiirjsgii, K3 1W1 i r 33 T0WN"";iir mm-tiiiss. for tlif olci-iinn of DelrjjiiHS, wi! ha hi'lil "t t'l'- p'ni-es ot liollini; the e cm. -fit-. on Saturday. February lith, ISuU, at i o'clock. I' M. William. Fi.Aur...

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. — 17 February 1860

Vuto op tub M". Claih Flats Armm-itu- TIOS rim IVesnlint. oil tho 2nd, ..Mt to I th.)uto a.go n which 1,0 s,;y. lie wo no ib-inns it a sullietoiit rcnsnii fur liuviiig' rutnitiuil lliu bill appropriating ifrifi 000 tor donpntiing t ho cliitniiiil ovor thu Si. Clair Elata, Mich., tlmt it win nut projnnteil to Mm until tliu Inst day f tho former Con pr.'H, wlion ho tind no opportunity to icx- amino it. llu sivs tlmt n ciiiaiiiiilioiml rooclo I'Xistl hy which tho l,olrl.ituti tifj Mich, may In in discretion r.iisn mutiny to iinprnvit iho channel in tho St. Clair Hirer. Hi, lines not intimato n ilnuht of tho powor Of Coiiitioxs to I'oiitrncl such intoi-tial lm- firveiiicnts ns may ho rssinitinlly niwasnry nr dnloncn anil pintcciiuii against thu inva sion tit a fninigli enemy. It would scarcely bo clniinuil. however, that tho improvement U within tins c.-itiignry. This river is tho houmliirv lino helwcun tho I'niteil .Stales and tho British IVovinco) of I'ppor Ciirinrln. Any iinpiiivemei...

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. — 17 February 1860

A Fast Story. An Englishman was rngginjj of iho 23-ffisa niiinn be was run'', ' -....,.,,1 llii,n It niiTL'PSH'cl to it.. Yankee so opportunity of "ukinj; down bis companion n pr or two. "What's tlml noise ?" innocctilly in quired llie Yniilte. v. t "Wa are upproneliing ft town, it,. T?,,lishninn : "lli?V I'livo lo snitl Com. toence ringinifiboul ten milts befoie they get to R nation, or else the train would . run by It Delore uie ui'it ciiui.i ur heard 1 Wonderful, isn't it ? I suppose they haven't invented bells in America by . . . . .1 I . II ...I . I... ret" "Why, yes." rr plied ll.u Yinkec. "we're got belK but can I use em on cur railroads. We run so 'tarn.il fiisl tli.il the train always keeps ahead of the sound. No use 'Whatever ; i!'.b sound never reaches the vi'.lngo till after the train gets by." "Indeed !" oxcUimrtl the Englishman. "Fact," said the Yankee ; "had to give up bells. Then wo tried stem whistles ; but they wouldn't answer either. I was on a Incomo ie when the ...

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. — 24 February 1860

effrrgamati . 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor, Uhrklu Jfctuepttptr, Druottb to tljt Difififm'umtion of Republican principles, OJbucation, cSemperance, Citerature, Agriculture, flit tlje Netoe of tl)e Dog. TERMS $1,50 per A&nnn. VOL. XL, NO. 8. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 18C0. WHOLE NO., 528. jt J) cut r soman Democrat U PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY MORNING, AT CHARDON, Oeanga County, Ohio. 0c directly over Ike Drug Start mj Conkf. tlam ilton, vtil eide of the PMtc Suuare. TERMS. If paid In advance, (1 50 If not paid within the year, 2 00 ftJTAIl kinds of merchantable produce taken in payment, at the market price. ,No paper discontinued until all arrearages re paid, except at the option of the Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. I.I3AL AdvetisemE!T9 will be inserted aa fol lows: 50 cte. a square, first insertion; each sub sequent insertion, 85 cts. a square. Bi'stttEss Advertisements will be inserted at the following rotre: One Square three insertions, $1 00 " two months,...

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. — 24 February 1860

VOLUME XT, NO. 8. Jij4 leffeiraonil SetyoclrJii JTILIUS oTijONVERSE, EditorT" CHAHDON, Mill), Fill DAY, FI B. it, IN.'J. District Convention. Tho Convention at raincsvlllo, oo I . . ... t i . t Wednesdays appoint two delegates from , this Congressional District lo iho Chi- j ft t ..it cago Convention, was largely attended, and its result will, we believe, piove fans factory lo lha Republicans of the D'ntiicl. Wf have only to regret thnt our County was not so well represented ns Cuyahoga nod L-iLe. At the appointed hour, tlio Convention assembled ia Moodey's Hall, and orjjnn- ized by the cleciion of Wm. Slade, of , Cuyahoga, President ; Col. E. Spencer, of, Mr. Eddy, of C'tyahoga, und Mr. I Damon, of Lake, Vice I'roi.ienU ; nnd j S. O. Qriswold, of Cuyahogn, J. T. Doo- little, of Lake, and J. O. Converse, of Geauga, Secretaries. Some lime having been occupied in the consideration of various moli'ins, the Convention tin ally voted to allow Un delegates from townships nnd wards pnr tin...

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. — 24 February 1860

The San Juan Question. Tht London Timet obligingly proposes a settlement of the San Juan difficulty, on the very BccomraodnUDg terms of inking that island about which ilicro is n dispute in rcgnrd to titlf, and giving Uncle Sam fill the rest of lha islands on tho American aide, about which there is no dispute whatever. This proposition has nt Icitsl one merit, it would settle the dispute ut once. When the American ntulioriiioa came down, in tho reign of James K. I'olk, of j IT If If immortal memory, from tluir cluim of 61 ,f deff. 40min. or fiiht, lo the line of 48 1 decrees nud no minutes, the lml. nimcd I liao run diroctly lhrouh the island of Vancouver, leaving not lmlf, but n vr-ry large portion of it on tle Amencati sue of the line. As we were di-poscj to bn very nccommodming about Ll.nl time, nnd as John Bull never yet (idled of gelling Kuat he wanted in consequence of iinv mc traordinary dilRJenco on tho purl of Lis well-trained dipioiiruic corps in asking for favors, lha Ame...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 24 February 1860

Arguments against the Death Penalty. Bnine of Ihe journal, are reviewing the booth oi iu jutiiii b death ponalty. Among" mo reason givun by those who are oppiwed to taking lifo for life, ret That there aro prison whore mur derer may bo safoly confined for lift?) thai the divine command, "Thou tlult not kill," I. .a nmhilulAP. All tllA IllHlTOS. ItirleR. n.ld i" i.iJ. ' i...r.ii.i.;,.i. . .ml iht 1 the ionocont .n . -i. ' Minn sorter ins.oat. 01 mo , BUlItT. AS OHdnnco 01 mo m imi rrimu --i- fiat not Incr-nted In the throe Stales of tho Union In which capital punishment hnt been I .bolished-namely ! Michlgan.Rho.lo Island, is i nd Wisconsin we hare official lotrort the from theso Statet. Tho Secretary of Stato i 1700 of Michigan tavt that, sening, that crimo hat not increased, "it would l,o linpi.ttil.lo to a legislature that would tako tho l r'spontibilit, of rostovii.tr tho gallows." The Secretary of State of llho-lo Island ,v, 1 T. . l . , i i... i i- ....! i... 1 tnai. mm iniiiur...

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