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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 2 March 1860

J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 Ulfcklu 'tmapoprr, Dtrjotib to tljt Dissemination of Ktpnblitan principUa, CPbntation, tmpcranct, Cittratnrr, Slgrifirltnrr, ano tlje 3Ccw0 of tfjc Dan. TERMS $1,50 per Annum VOL. XL, NO. 0. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FKIDAY, MARCH 2, 18C0. WHOLE NO., 529. i )t Jcttcrsoman Democrat II PUBLISHED EVEIIT FltlOAT MORNING, AT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. CJtes directly over the Drug Storr of Co;k $ Ham illvn, west tide of the VMic Square.. TERMSi If pil J In advance, ,o If not paid within the yeor 2 00 XT All kinds of merchantable produce taken in payment, at tho market price. .No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Lkoal Advertisements will he inserted ns fol Iowa: 50 eta. a square, first insertion; each sub squent imcrtiin, 23 cts. a square. Busucss A'lviiitT.'siiMENrs will be inserted at tlie following rates: One Square three insertions, $1 00 " " two months, 2 2 " " three 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. — 2 March 1860

JXTLIuFoTcOHVERSETEditor. tllARD0, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAllCII 1. l&GO. That Visit Again. Hiring had our tay In regard to tho re- . cent Logltlatlve Viiit, we thould prefer lo lot the matter rest ( but, at our corrcspond- ' cot, "Old Liberty Man," has chosen to re tire It, lomo additional romarkl from ui, lo juitice to all concerned, mar not bo amiss. It ii well known that wldo, If not Irrecon eilable differences of opinion and sonlimont exist between the people of the Northern and Southern lections of the Union, upon the quostion of Slarery. Politiciani are not wholly responsible for thoae differences, nor can tbey, by any tnoro stroke of policy, liowerer wiae or well-timed, romoro them. They arUo primarily from ono cause Sla very which, wbilo it continues to exist aa an olemont of political power In the nation, will erer produco tbom. Any man must be morally blind who does not soo that thoro is a "irreprossiblo conflict betwoon tho two toolal systems of tho country, which politi cia...

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. — 2 March 1860

SPECIAL NOTICES. Conference and Missionary Meeting. There will be a Conference and Missionary Moot- Ing of the Woetern Reserve Ateoeliition of I'nl- Vsrsalists, at the Unlversalist Church, In Mceo- potsmia, Trumbull County, 0.,on Wednesdsy and Thursday, the 7th aud 8th of .March, proximo, BerVlcss to commence at 10 o'clock A. M , first j. a Piipnnini'in n.-i 8. r. alERKII 1LLD, Clerk. QnimpTi a SJ I FOll IN fEHNAL AND EXTERNAL USE. The Best Fain-Killing; Remedy YE T DISCO VE II E D! If you have a pain in the Stomach or Bowels, USE POUTER'S CURE OF PAIN. If you have a Burn, Bruise or Wound, USE PORTER'S CURE OF PAIN. If you have a Neuralgia or Rhouraatism, USE PORTER'S CURE OF PAIN. If you have Dyspepsia, USE PORTER'S CURE OF PAIN. If you have Cankered Mouth, or Sore Throat, USE PORTER'S CURE OF PAIN. If you have Diarrhoea or Flux, USE PORTER'S CURE OF PAIN. If you nave a Cough or Cold, USE PORTER'S CURE OF PAIN. If you have thn Liver Complaint, USE PORTER'S CURE OF PAIN. If you have...

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. — 2 March 1860

Dr. Breckenridge Denounced as an Ablitionist. Robert J, Breckinridge., tho uncle of Vic President, who recently warned Etephew against falling Into tho hands of toulltfiort, levered; denounced bj iho at an ahnliiiunlst and ditciplo of Brown. Tho Mississippian of i'ubruarj "Tho Hot. Dr. Breckonridgo.of Kentucky, baa Stoppod into tho political arena, unaer tue guise of a lottor to too Vico l In answer to his recent address the Kentucky legislature, hat essayed to a lecture to tho people of tho snuthurn States upon, thnii political duties, and to thuir cluini to an equal thato of benefits of a common government. His am, therefore, a proper subject scrutiny, aiid it becomes a pertinent question whether ho is a fit porson to bo consulted as a guldo and counsellor for tho people tlis South at this important juncture. especially is this inquiry pronor in view tho fact that tho Vickaburg H'h'g, at our doors, and many oihor southern journal, ro publishing his viows aud recommending them to s...

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. — 9 March 1860

mm 11 J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 iDftklj) fftwepapfr, Drooled to tljt Dissemination of ttrpublican principles, Cbncatton, empcranct, Ctttratore, flarienltnrf, ano tlje tferoe of U Dog.. TERMS $1,50 per Annum. JeJemaarat. VOL. XL, NO. 10. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY. MARCH 0, I8G0. WHOLE NO., 530. Clje Jtffersonian Democrat IS PDBtlgnSD BVBnT FRIDAY MOHNlNa.AT CHABDOH", Geauga County, Ohio. Ofiee directly over the Drug Store qf Conk Ham Uton, met tide of the Public Suuore. TERMS. If paid In advance, $1 so If not paid wilhin the year, 2 00 lOrAU kinds of merchantable produce taken in f tyment, at the market price. .No paper discontinued until nil arrearage! r paid, except at the option of the Publisher. BATES OF ADVERTISING. I-imr, Aovertisbmexts will he inserted as fol towii 50 els. a square, first insertion; each sub sequent insertion, 23 eta. a square. Bjsikkss Advertisements will be inserted at the following rates: One Square three 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. — 9 March 1860

JULIUS 0. CONVEESETEditorT" CHAIID0.1, OIJIO, FRIDAY, 91 A 11 1 II 9.IH0. Gov. Chase the Choice of Ohio. Our Republican Statu Convention adopt cd but ono resolution, and lliut declared Salmon P. CIihio in first choico for Prosl duot. In that resolution, tlio lontiinont of the pooplo of Ohio was Irtily expressed. Oor. Chase it tlioir first cboico, pnrtly lie cause lio ii an Ohio man, but moro es pecially Localise they beliovo lliat, of oil t!io distinguished moo whose names bnvo been rnontfoncd in connection with tho Republi can nomination, no oibor combine so many dements of success. Thoy prefer him, but would bo content with any otbor represent ative man. Freedom Vetoed yet Triumphant in Kansas. Gov. Modary, following tho example of Gov. Black, of Nebraska, votood, nil tho 21st Dir., a bill passed by thu Legislature of Kan sas, abolishing Slavery in that Territory. Thus aro Government officials carrying out the provision of tho Kansas-Nebraska Bill, allowing tho peoplo cf tlio Terr...

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. — 9 March 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. Court of Common Pleas. wook, but has disposod of no business of gonorsl latorcst. But two jury cases hsvo Jul boon tried. A large numhor hare boon coutiouod. We giro tho natnos of tho Jurori i Grand Jttry Joshua l'liilbiick, Abram Clark, Borjnmin F. Geo, Urinh Comnn, Charles l". Bail, Elijah Tnjlnr, II. E. Ford, J. B. Scovillo, Qoorge V. Garrett, N. D. Smith, Ilonry Ma;, Elonio Parsons, II. N. - Morwln, O. W. Antiadale, Hiram Knapp. Petit Jury Samuel J. Esty, Alexander Frster, Sponoor C. Stotson, Wm. Proctor, 8. B. Phllbrlok, A. II. Burton, Salmon Root, Alomo Poaao, Monroe Mooro, Bonjamin ' Wurnor.Bonjsmin Bidlako.Alanson Kuowks. The Grand Jury found throo indictmonta, ono for burglary, ono for larcony, aud one for lolling liquor, and wore diaoburged on Wednesday. Tho eaao ot State ti. R. R. Beach will bo tried ooxt week. The New Penitentiary. A mooting waa held at the Court Ilouao, In this village, on Tucaday ovoning, to con sider the question of locating the New P...

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. — 9 March 1860

The Japanese Embassy. Shorlly we may anticipnle a visit of no ordinary character, namely, an Embassy from Japan, lo consist of scvcnly fivc persons, and according to the New Yoik zprti, two of the number will be ccn ora, appointed to watch ilio conduct of the rest! It is thought that they will come by Panama, and mil from the Isihmus lo New York. A regret is naively ex pressed in the columns of a contemporary, that the Japanese should arrive during the present session of Congress, and it is ad ded that every man who respects his country must wish that something mny transpire to delay the ntrival of the em bassy till the session has been brought to close; lor should tlio illustrious stran gers turn up in time to witness such scenes as arc daily enacted there, just now, with what face can we claim, in the presence of these honest "barbarians," any superiority in the way of civilization over them? We are glad to learn that an active trade is already opening between Japan and California...

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. — 16 March 1860

effets J. 0, CONVERSE, Proprietor. 3 totklg.y-PP,rt Dotb to tl,e DUimiinotion of ttrpublican Principle. Creation, emptrancf, i!cratre, rienltnre, ano tlje of tljc Da2. TERMS $1,50 per Annan. VOL. XL, NO. 11. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 18C0. WnOLE NO., 531. filje Jcffcroonian Democrat It PUBtisaEn Evsiir pmnAT mchhiko.at CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. Vet rri mr i.e Drug Slor, oj Co-. Uo, ,$! d, of (h. Public SUT$. TERMS: If paid In advance, gj 50 If nt paid within the year, 2 00 W" All kinds of merchantable produce taken in pigment, it the market price. Ni paper discontinued until all arrearage SM paid, except at tiie option of the 1'ublisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Libal Advertisements will be interted as fol low.: 50 ct. a sqiare, first insertion; each sub sequent tiiHriion. 2J cts. a square. aVjsiEjs Advertisements will be inserted at the following rales: One Square three insertions, $1 00 " " two months, a 2S " throe months, 3 00 " six months, 400 " " one year...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 16 March 1860

VOLUME XI, IsO. 11, THE JEFFERSONIAN DEMOCRAT. MARCH 10, 1SG0. o fl JUL! US "d.'l;0R VER8E7 Editor. CUAMl.J., UiliO, 1 11IUA Y, III Willi 18. ISC Mr. Seward's Speech. t s c tr bi k S' c F ai O' i Ji O Si hi d. ol e la g in P d cl Rl CJ tb is lie tii tli L c li g' Pi te B tt i E' to , a make noepoogy lor devoting so, much space to the speech of Mr. Seward. lm, all. nnd especially those who late il,fT,u d from its author, will read it .r.fi!,. v ... ,. ... , nreiuiiy. .cnu ul titles ion its candor . i .a , V nlnli.y. Mr. ScwarJ sildom speaks cart or wiuioai j'ri'jinr:iiii)ii, ami, though no ora - tor, his jjreat eUorts nevbr fail to make a marked impression upon the nuhlic mind. 01, er min milil have said ns much concerning the "irrejyiesib'e con flict," nnd Routed little pruUe, or blunje the it for. Utilikc mnny who oc:upy a plico in the Seii'ite, Mr, Suward ii no surface pol itician. His menial i-ion is tuo clear and dUcrioiinatiii j, nnd his sense o.' justice too profound, to allow...

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. — 16 March 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. itiTOur fiicmls in ilia d ilk-rem town liips of ihi County, would confer favor by comniunioiiting such locnl newt as will be likely to interest the renders of the Dcmocrut. We nro Always, glnd to receive articles, though ve cannot agree to publish lliera all. Court of Common Pleas. on morning. Thu caso of Slate vs. It. It. Boncb was continued, owing to tho licknoei of Iho principal witness for the prosecution. Tho indictment for receiving stolen goods, OD which tho defendant hut been twlco Iriud, was nollied at this term. At each of hit trials, the jury disagreed, being six fur con viction ami six for acquittal. Tho only ro radioing Indictmont against lilm.ts for break Jc Into tho s.tnrd of Dr. Nichols. Tho cases of Sttito vs. Woodruff, (petit larceny,) and Stiimell vs. Woodard, (bas tardy.) wore continuod. Poth M. Bukcr, of Monlvillo, Indicted for Jelling liquor to bo Uffld wliero sold, plead guilty, ami was fined f 40 and costs. Knur divorce casus noro tried, vis....

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. — 16 March 1860

tai'ned in order lint tlie whole may be preserved. If ours shall be mailed, within or without, by any enemy, or for ny cause, unci we shall have need, we hall txpect you 'o defend it, If yours tliall be so assailed, in the emergency, no naaltrr whn! the cause or ihe pretext, or the foe, we ahull defend J our sover-Ins eignly as the equivalent of our own. We cannot, indeed, accent vour tyfem of; esnilal or ethics. That would be lo sur render and subvert our own. which we steem lo be teller. Besides, if we could, What need for any division into Slalca at II ? You arc equally at liberty to reject our system and its ethics, and to maintain the superiority of your own by all the forces of persuasion rnd argument. We must indeed, mutually discuss to ll sys terns. All the world discusses nil fys- iu;., li-unitiuv hiui we u cu- mem --.-..- 1 . . j -i 1 tmce we have lo decide as a nnt.on which of the two wo ought to engraft on the new and future Siates growing up in the great publio dnmnin. ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 23 March 1860

ef fetrsoman Hewer 1 1 ;- . - - - J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 lUecklg JCetospaprr, Dtootcb to ll)t Disornunation of Republican Principles, (f&ncation, rmprrancr, fitcratnrt, Igrieultarc , anb trjeNcwB of trje Dag. TERMS $ 1,50 per An nnr", VOL.11., NO. 12. ' ClIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1800. WHOLE NO., 532. Cl)e Jcfferoonian Democrat n rUBLtSHKtl EVEIIY MIDAY M(IIMKO.AT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. OJttt directly over ti Dr.g Store qCW S- Hum Mun, weet ude of the Public Square. TERMSi If paid In advance, J 50 if not paid within the yeur 2 OO KT All kin U of merchantable produce taken In p.jiuun., me mnrKui price. ,No papor discontinued until nil arrearage re paid, except it the option of tiie Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Lkoal Advurtisememts will be inserted as fol low; Ml cts. a sqinni, first insertion; each sub sequent insertion, eta. a aqnare. B -i ncss AovcT.seMF.crs will be inserted at the following rates: One Square three insertions, $1 OO " " ...

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. — 23 March 1860

vers of the North. Keep it within your own ttonndaries, and conduct it in jour own way. If It it wrong tin J It it wrong your now philosophy cnnnot stand tho tcrutiny of tho present ago. Yet, mnro It it foundod on the solflshness and cupidity of man, and not ton thejuilicoof God. Tlioro It thodifticul ty with your InttUutinnt, mid tlio founds- . lion of jour foar. But at to eho vast Turri torlot of tnt country, if I am right, and Slavery l brnndod and condemned hy tlio God of nature, then, In floavens nnmo, ro with tne to limit it. and cot to propogato this curto. Now, I ask Sonatort wliat tliey find in thit Republican party to ropulslvo to them. Our principle! aro only tlmco: . wo hold that slavory it wrong, ami incon sistent with the bust interest of tho pooplo, nd wo demand that it shall bo limited. Thit limitation will not bo hard upon you, because you liavo land enough to tupport a population aa largo at that of Europe, and centuries will roll away boloro you will oc cupy what ...

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. — 23 March 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. The Concert on Tuesday Evening. ou Tuesday evening, far rxcucded our iixpoe latiom. We knew Mr. Packard to bo a ikillful nnd efficient teacher, yot could not realize until wo had attondod tbe Concert, the progreii hit pupils had mndo. We doubt that tho same class, under any otlior tonchor, would bare attained greater pro ficiency, in an equal number of lesson. IS'oarly all the pieces porformod wore dim cult, consisting of Grand Choruses, Chorus and Quartotlo Glees, Duots, &o., &o. nnd tbe largo audionco evinced, by their atten tion and frcquont applause, that tboy were dolighted with tho otitoi tainmcnt. Mr. Packard is entitled to the thanks of tbis community, for tho Interest bis Schools hare awakened in tho soiunco of mnsio. lie ?Q&y be suro, at least, that our boat wishes will .'ccompany him, whororor he goes. We Aro happy' ' that ho will, if desired, Immediately open School In this riltago, to consist of six of eight logons, fortno bonofit (Of advanc...

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. — 23 March 1860

Ancient American Cities. , . - .. Ortur mo constantly at'cumuiming as oiiii-j turo carr,,i our puonlo lulu tho Wustern Wild I no remains in niinuu . vast ritln nl buildings nro lint c.inflni-.l the sree nl Ci ii'ml AmtrcJ. hut nro iohihi t &t I ....I ... .. .nf hi. In N.. M.iic... nnd m-iluis may Tot bu brought tn I, ght oven further north. An Interesting- nrtichi bus n eetuW boon pubhshod by ilio Foil Smlili 7Vm in to gnrd tit thunnuionl lumains ( tlin city Q liv ers, situnted in a loud plain some ninety milot i.t.rth-east f Fort BtMiion. No Mexi co.and about seventy Irom ihn isolated . peak which the Mexicans c:itl ' The Captain," . that wo tuko thu liberty of condensing tor j cur snliqnaiiaii renders. 1 Tho iihun upon which Ho llio massive rottcl of onco genrgcnus tumpleS uuil mag- nincont hnlls ttopu gradually tuwaids the tho river Pecos, nnd is very tunili. crossed by a gurg!it:g stream of tho purest water, that not only sustains n rico vegetation, hut porhnps furnished wit...

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. — 30 March 1860

lie jefferiBonmn ' tar: J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 51 tDftlilu Ntwspnprr, Dcuotrb to tljt Dissemination of tltpubliran prinripWa, Cfbncation, fmpcrancf, Cittratnrt, 2lflrifultnr, ano tl)f ifto0of tl)t Dan. TERMS $1,50 per Annan, VOL. XL, NO. 13. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1800. WHOLE NO., 533. 4!)t -Jeffcrsonian Democrat ' U PVBLisiten EVKitr fripat nr psino.at CIIAP.DON, Geauga County, Ohio. 0 directly ever tt Drug Start qj Conk J. nm Ifun, utl Jul, of the Vub'tic Svuart. T K U m"s! If paid la "..Ivanec, (1 50 , IT tut p-iid within the year, K oO Itr.VIl kin I nf merchantable produce token in payment, at (he market price. prtpor discontinued until nil arrearages trsiaid, except at the option of the Publisher. R.TF.S OF ADVERTISING. Iitsir. Vnvf.RTisEMESTs will he inserted n, fol Iowa: hO C!. a siufro. first insertion; each sub epu"U insertion, 25 cts. a square. B -siyKVi AnftRnsEMExrs will ba inserted at tha following rates: One sjipiare throe insertions, " " ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 30 March 1860

JUtiusToTcONVEilsis, Editor. CIUHU3N, OHIO, FRIDAY, 51.UUII 33. IMiO. To Our Republican Friends. The Presidential campaign will oon Cmcticd in good earliest, ami n roost im portant and exciting one it must be. Tbnej are many better and abler ppcit than curs, but none that can accomplish so much for the Republican cause in this County. We lutve no reason to complain of our support; it is nt good, and prob ably better, than that of the majority of local paper?; yet it is not what we desire, or hope to receive from the Republicans of Geauga. Shall not our lut of subscri bers bo increased ? Every Republican fho dow takes the paper, can obtain one additional subscriber I nod this would greatly add to our suppoil and infbionce. AVe intend that, during tlin coming cam paign, as berctoforc.the Democrat simll be a faithful, if not an able exponent of Re publican principles. Shall it be support ed by all the Republicans of the County? j Another Mexican War in Prospect. It seoms highly probabl...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 30 March 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. '. Jhv Ch Bpilng oluolion coinoi tlT on Monday uoxt. We hopo llio fotora In nil the townthlpt of tbil County, will turn out, ml loo that nono but good mon bi o elected. Mr. Dodge's Concert. Tlie Concort of Otsiun Dodgo larger audienco ttian wo ruvtcmber (o bare lucn In tills plnce, on nnj similar occa Ion, and wat an cxotdlont thing of In kind. The co:nio greatly prodntnlnntetl. , Mr. Dodge la a natural actor, and frequently I "brought down tho houio" by bii quaint layings and itilinitahlo m'unlory. 4,Tho M ' nlao" and "Tho Trnnksglvltig Dinner," tho , two most difficult piccot on tlio proprammo, wero porformod admirably, ''Tho Loup for Lift)" wat sung well, though not ao well , m by Mr. Packard. We confess that, while Mr. DuJgo wus singing sentimental piocos, wo preferred to roly upon hoaring rather , than light, for ho would beoomo so much abiorbol as to allow bis body and fonturos ' to rogulato thomseUes, and thoy woro not ' always In (cooping with tho spirit of ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 30 March 1860

Cheerfulness. - Tonics.MimuWives.me.licincs ! There's ...hl.g l.ih. pUrtnacopia Mlf.p in.pir. iling n H cheerful -cmptr. Dun l fan.) jourstlf vtciim t Hon l go through ytoM with it Ince IimII a ynnllotig I Don 1 persunileyouielf llmtevi-rj-tliin liHicnr, wrong 1 My dear sir, you hic the only ibat is wronrr. when VOU sny Unit this is l Worl.t ot trial nml trouble 1 It is ,.., j.i i,.,, . , i, wiiiwuit mi arm. i .i .iii .f..i. I H'l.ni or leg, ban 1o lack cl.i-erfolnes. U. t , If tho globe tioes not roll round in the pie- rise direction yo-l wnnt H to I Make He I best of it. Put a plensnnl face on tin-, mutter, nnd don't go nbout throwing cold ; on ihc firesides of till the i c-il of If vou nre in want of mi ix-' ample, look at the birds, or llie flowers, i or llie very sunshine on the grass ! Slmw ; ' . , . ..v.. i I. lis one grumbler in nil muie ij e do- mwns! The man who is bnbitunlly gay and chcei ful Ins found the true philuso-1 pher's stone there is no cloud so dnik i but lie se...

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