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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 6 April 1860

is. P - (I Mfum 0tttatl J. 0, CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 lUtcklrj Ntwepaprr, Dtucttb to tl)t Dissemination of tttpubTtcan principles, Conratton, tniptrantf, Cittratnrf, Cljritnltnrf, ana tl)t News of tl)t Dan. TERMS $1,50 per Annum. VOL. XT., NO. 14. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY. APRIL 0, 18G0. WHOLE NO., 534. w&wutxm ,$LI)t Jtffcrsoniaii Democrat l FDBLlSHCII EVERY KR1DAT MCIIMNO, AT CH&RDON, Goanga County, Ohio. 0cs directly ovtr iSt Orug Start vj Con J- Ham ilton, meet tide tij the i'u&i'ic Svuare. TERMS, If paid In nJvarn;, $1 50 If not paid within the year, 200 SrjrAll kin 1. of merchantable produce taken in payment, at the market price. .No paper discontinued until all arrearages art paid, except at the option of the Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Lr.a.iL Advertisements will be inserted as fob lo: 50 c:s. ti sq inro, first insertion; each sub sequent in.irt ion , 25 cts. a square. B.-s'Nrss Advertisements will be inserted at the following rnt '.i One Squar...

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. — 6 April 1860

JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor JffOS, OHIO. FRIDAY, APRIL t, IKO. The Presidential Protest. election of Sneaker of il.e House, certain Democratic members mado statenunls allowing that whilo the Lecontplon Con alitulicm was pending in Congress, the President sought, bj corrupt mentis, to obtain roles for that measure. Acting, us y suppose, upon these statements, the liaise, on the 6th ult., adopted n rcsolu lion Introduced ty Mr. Covode, of Pa., providing for a commit'ee of five to in vestigate charges of Executive corruption. The committee v-ns accordingly np pointed, and Las begun its lnbors. Again,, this action of the Utilise, Mr. Buchanan, in the truo royal style, has en tered hi solemn protest. He claims that, ei tie President is "a co-ordinste branch of the Government," and "the only direct representative on earth of the people of nil and each of the sovereign States," the House has no rfclit to intiu'e such an inquiry or, in other word', that, unless it seeks to impeach him, witho...

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. — 6 April 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. A Word to Delinquents. We began lo publish January 1st, 1869, and there are already several hundred dollars due on subscrip tion. Thii money we have earned, dually peed end must have, to enable us (o do justice to ourselves or patrons. The ooly safe system for newspaper publishers is that of advance payments but, as we have not put this system into practice, we must insist on the payment of subscriptions at tho expiration of each year. Those who nro Indebted lor the paper for one year, can morn easily dis charge their indebtedness now, than when it shall have become a much larger sum and J'Jtv requires them to do so without Unnoccesiuv c'clay. Such ns are satisfied with the paptr, and desire lo have it con tinued, will find it for their interest to re tail 91,69 for the past year, on reading this J for, if compelled to lake measures to collect old subscriptions, we shall charge $2,00 per year. As wo have msny subscribers whom me do riot Lnow, and whose reliability w...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 6 April 1860

THE BLUE-BIRD'S SONG. fl.k, that oot carol I With dulight We loam tho nifl tig room ( Thw little bluo-bird moot! our tight, Spring, gluifoul Spring, lial Coino I The aoiitli-witid'l balm it io tho air. Tho tnnltiD. anow.wreaiha everywhere) Are leaping off in ahowera I And Nature, in her brightening "" Telia that her flowers.atid Icnroa, and brooki, And blrda, will soon be oun. The Hungarian—Terrific Spectacle. Not one of the hundred on Uoara me ill-ratcd iron steamship Hungarian eec-aptd to tell Ihe fate of companion!. AU went down together, and alerp togethtr in watery grave. Tho foundi-niio; of the Yeaiel was witnessed off Cape Sable by two brothers named Nickerton, who de cried the lights of the atramer about 3 o'clock in tho morning. 1 bey wire sta tionary for linlf an hour, then moved wiftly in a tiorlli-weattrly diriction, nnd in ten or fifteen minutes again became tationary. The light were visible until daylight. The account the brothers give of whnt followed is thus staled b...

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. — 13 April 1860

Ottttt'tl J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 3 tUeeklt Nttoepapfr, Dtcotfb to tlje. Disetnuntttion of Republican principle!, Cfincation, cmpfrantt, Cittratnrf, fltjritnltnrt, anil trjt Ne of trjt Dajj. TERMS $ 1 ,50 per Annum. VOL. XL, NO. 15. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY. APRIL 13, I860. WHOLE NO., 535. $l)t Jtffcrgoiuan Democrat It rOBLISIIBD BVERT FRIDAY MORNIKO, AT CHARDON, 'Geauga County, Ohio. JircfJy eer (Ac Drug Store of CotkS- Ham ilton, mt$t lidt oftht Public Snuart. TERMS, If paid tn advance, tl 50 If not p-viJ within the year, 00 TA1! kind, of merchantable produce taken in payment, at the market price. ,No paper discontinued until all arrearage. Sr. iald, except at tiio option of the Publisher. RATES OK ADVERTISING. I.taiL Advertisements will be inserted a. fol low.! o!) eta. a square, first insertion; each sub sequent insertion, 25 cts. a square. Bust -cess Advertisement, will be inserted at the fallowing rates: Une Square three insertions, $1 00 " " two munths, 2 2 J ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 13 April 1860

JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. CIl.UIDOX, OHIO, FRIDAY, APltlL 11. ISGO. The Two Lovejoys. Owen Lovtjoy, the Republican mem Iter of Congress, from Illinois, whose late . rcmarlta to greatly excited the Chivalry, ia a, brother of Rev. Elijah P. Lovcjoy, . vtho was murdered at Alton, by a Pro Slavery mob, on the night of November Till, 1837. He has not forgotten the murder of Lis brother, nor is the recollec tion of that crime calculated (o mnko him love Slavery. There was meaning in those words which he o'.iered in the face of the defender of Slavery in the House : 'You shod the h'.ood of my brother twenty year ago, and I nm here free to spent, my mind 1" The Cleveland Herald "re vives a few of the incidents connected with the murder of Mr. Lovejoy, that its readers may feel tha full force of lhej tearing and language of his brother." It says : The Rev. Elijah P. Lovcjoy was the ed- ' itor of the Alton Observer, un ani-lavery paper, pi inted tit Alton, Illinois, right over the river fro...

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. — 13 April 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. ORGANIZE! ORGANIZE!! Tha undersigned, voters of Cliardon Township, opposed Jo (ho policy of tlio jjircscut lumitisstrniion, opposeu to feuer I corruption and usurpation, opposed to the extension of Slavery into the Territo ries by i-iiher JurJieinl, Executive, Legis lative or Constitutional assumption ) op posed to re-opening tlio African Slave Trade, and in favor of restating the Gov ernment to the principles nnd practices of the earlier Administration; in favor of Free Territories, Free Homes, Free Speech nnd Free Men, cordmliy invite those of like faith to meet with us at the Court House in Chardon, on Saturday evening, April 21st, at past seven o'clock, to unite in the formation of a Republican Club, having fur its object the spread and triumph of the principles we avow. E. N. Osborn, Samuel Mngunigal, J. W. Clark, II. X. Spencer, Nelsen Marshall, U. C. Field, Harlow Hoslord, Aoatl Mallery, Orrin Tucker, Reuben Stafford, John Thwing, Nathan Marshall, C. A. Vaugh...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 13 April 1860

Position of Parties in Mexico. An EnglUh traveler writing to llio New York Trilmnt, from Jalapn, Mexico, un der data Janvmy 1st, Buys of Mexican parties : ' .... There are two well-marled and distinct political parties in the country, the one known by the names of Liberal, Demo cratic, regressive and Reformers, l'uro, Chlnajo, Fagarno, Federals; llie otlier, Conservative, Keactionory, Church party, Army party, tMochos. Tbe mass of tbe former party, conlaii. log an immense majority of the intelligent hop-keepers, mechanics and laboring population generally, of all the Jtirge cities, led by a fair number of the intelli gent and wealthy higher members of so ciety of all classes and professions; even nmn nt Iho lower nricstliood. Tbe second party have a majority of the old army olhcers, a wen uiscipiinca army, and practically all the Church wealth, a majority of the old rich fami lies, a majority of the women, a majority of the stupid rural population, and a small number of the poor and...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 20 April 1860

5! Ml J 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 UJhMb NttDflpaptr, Dottb to tlje D'uatmlnatton of Ktpnb.ican Principle, Ct-ttration, tmptrantt, Tittratttrf, 2tflritnltn, ano tlje Ntrot of tfjt Dajj. TERMS $1,50 per Annum, VOL. XL, NO. 10. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY. APRIL 20, 18C0. WIIOLE NO., 350. ZLl)t Mcfftrsonian Democrat U rCBMStlED EVBUT FltlOAT MOnfflNO.AT v CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio, Ofie directly over tht Drug Start oj Conk 4 Horn ilton, mttt tide of tht Public Svuart. TERM Si If paid In advance, fl 50 If not piii within the year, 8 00 tOrAll kin ts of merchantable produce taken in payment, at the market price. ,No paper discontinued until all arrearages re paid, except at the option of the l'uhheher. KATE3 OK ADVERTISING. ' LtaAL Advertisements will be inserted as fol lows: SO cts. a square, firt insertion; each sub sea lent insertion. 25 cts. a sminre. IIi-sines Advertisements will be inserted at the following ratos: Una Square three insertions, -$l 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. — 20 April 1860

JULIUS 0, CONVSESE, Editor. , PniRDor,, OHIO, FRIDAY, ATH1L 21), m. The Pryor and Potter Affair. Washington is just, now all excitement, in consequence of one of those periodical "affairs of honor" which serve as a reproach to our American civilization the world orer. Divested of minute details, (he "affair" is this : During the row in the House occasioned by Mr. Lovcjoy's speech, Mr. Toiler, of Wis., in main taining that gentleman' right to bo henrd, gave mortal off-nse to Mr. Pryor, of Va., a reputed knight of the hair. trigger pistol. A correspondence ensued, nnd, to Mr. Fryor's great chagrin, Mr. Puller, though protesting agr.inst the barbarous "code," accepted a challenge lo fight a duel, and cbose bowie knives, the only weapons which would make him and his antag onist equal. Theso were pronounced 'vulgar," "unusual,' ic, by Mr. Prvor's econd. Mr. Potter's second, Col. Luitler, then offered himself as a substitute for his principal, and without conditions; but his courteous ofl...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 20 April 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. ORGANIZE! ORGANIZE!! Ths undersigned, volrre of Chardon Township, opposed to llie policy of llio present Administration, opposed to Feder al corruption and usurpation, opposed (o the extension of Slavery into the Territo ries by either Judicial, Executive, Legis lative or Constitutional assumption ; op posed to re-opening the African Slave Trade, and In favor of restoring the Gov eminent to the pr)ncipk'Band practices of the earlior Administrations; in fiver of FreeTerrilories.Frce Homes, Free Speech find Free Men, cordially invite those of ike faith to meet with us at the Court House in Chardun, on Saturday evoninj, April Slat, at past seven o'clock, to unite in the formation of a Republican Club, having for its object the spread and triumph of the principles we avow. E. N. Osborn, J. W. Clark, Nelson Marshall, Harlow Mostord, Ansel Mallory, Orrin Tucker, Reuben Stafford, John Thwing, Nathan Marshall, C. A. Vaughn. 'D. W. Robinson, A. E. Ferris, I.. J. Randall, J2....

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. — 20 April 1860

More of Oregon Gold Discoveries. JACKSONVILLE, Southern Oregon, Feb 22. Th quarts fever ha continued to hold Undisputed possession of this hitherto quiet people, nd it cannot be disputed that there are indications of an extension of its ravagea to adjoining counties, and broad ! and small wonder is it that such it th case, when it is known that within the last six weeks old Dame Fortune per mitted one of her stray streaks of good luck to strike this obscure corner of the world, endwise. The Emigrant Company, as it is now called, have finished their arrastra, and stfter crindinz for two days on common quarts, that would pay about 8500 per ton, for the purpose of smoothing the bed and filling tip the crevices, they proceeded to tumble in 350 pounds of the rich quarts 5 then starling the engine i. e., tbe tnulo round and round for about ten boure, when they cleaned up and weighed the oroceeils, which amounted to the snug urn of four hundred and forty ounces of cold, which will assay bb...

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. — 27 April 1860

iiitmoct'iti J, 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 UJttklji Ntwepaptr, Dtcottb to tlje DiMcminatiQit of tttpnb.Uan PrinclpUf. C&ncation, tmptramr, iittratarf, agricnUnre, ano tlje Ncv. of trje Durj. TERMS $1,50 per Annum. 'VOL. XI, NO. 17 CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OJIIO. FRIDAY. APRIL 27, 18C0. WHOLE NO., 357. $ic Jcffrrsontau Democrat tt rtlBLUUKD BVERY PDIDAT UOMIlrtQ, AT CHARCOtf, Geauga County, Ohio. iirtetty mr Omg 5(nr q Coo Ham flea, wmI aid (At PuUtc Svunrt. TERMSi If paid in advance, gl 50 ' If not p&M within the year a 00 tX All kinds of merchantable product taken in payment, at the market price. Vo paper discontinued until all arrearage are paid, except at the option of the Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. LtsiL AnvEaTisEMETrs will be inserted at fol-lew.-. 50 cti. a square, first insertion; each sub eqiient inaertion. 25 cu. a sonar. BVstT.ss AovsaTisiMENTs will be Inserted at lb following ratesi On Square thrc insertions, " two months,... " " three months, 100 a as . 30...

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 April 1860

JIJLIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. CDARDON, OHIO, FRIDAY, ANtlL 37. ISlil). The Charleston Convention. The petnooratio National Convention met , In Charleston on Monday Inst. lion. Caleb Cuihinj, or Miss , presides over Its delib erations. The first dny's session was an ttormj euo, It boing characterized by a spirited enntest In regard to tho two-fold ' delegations from NowYoiiund Illinois At the t!mo wo go to press, (Thursday even Ing,) wo bare tho procoodings of only tho first and second days. It is stated that tho . Southern delegations adjourned al'tur a most exciting mooting, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Arkansas. Tcias and Louisuiia an nouncing emphatically Hint thoy would go out of tho Convention if thoir Platform hould not bo adoptod. It niso slated that Mr, Douglas' frionds havo proclaimed tho oltcrnntivo of his Domination, or tho defeat of tho parly. We shall soon triow tho result of tho Con vention. So far as' Ropuhlicons are con ornod,il should bn Immaterial who rooclvcs tho...

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 April 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. HOME DEPARTMENT. The Republican Club. Notwithstanding tho unfavorsblenr-M or the woatlior, good nuaibor of our cltizons not at the Court-llouso, on Saturday ovon Ing last, to organise a Ropublicnn Clnb. Wo publish tholr proceedings In another column. A good woik mat dono by tho mooting, but a more important work re triaini to bo done by tho Republicans of the township. An organisation has boon effect ed! lot CI leo that It It maintained, and constantly Increased In cfQoloncy, until tho end of tho campaign. Wo hopo for a turgor ' attendance, and a great addition to Ibo lint of uiom'jurs.ot tho next mooting of tho Club. What aro our Republican frionds In tho Other townships doing iu tho way of or ganization ? Aro thoy fully prepared for the campaign ? If not, thoy should begin the work now, as thoro is no time to bo lost. It Is folly to roly upon tho strength of our can so without organisation. If wo aro strong, tho more is required of us; and all that is required lot...

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 April 1860

Tome Corwin's Idea of Yankees. Mr. Cox. of Ohio. havinff aroken de- tl.ivoly of the man meeting aP Cleveland in coniicolioo with the Oberlin rescue ewes. Mr. Corvrin thus cut the comb Ulu.i.m rUnlM... K.i.t Mr. C : Mr colleague, Mr. Cox, epoke of meeting upon the Western Reserve la Ohio. lie it young genilorann, rising man. and. if be doct not tret bad habits upon the Democratic side of the House, tn.T come to something lome day hence. "... , f Laugllier.l lie njuseu nirnsuii im the comio power ho possesses in imitating .1.. ....I . .1,. Yonlro .f tlnt tlie nasal twang of the Yankee ol that Unserve. It sounded ttMtlge to you, ns it did lo him, and so it did to the army of Prince Rupert at Maiston Moor, when the ancestors of these men rushed into battle gainst the mailed chivalry and curled darling of the court of Charles I. What happened then ? Something worthy to be no'.ed.and not forgotten. Stout Crom well and hi unconquerable Ironsides, when the day waa well nigh lost, charged wi...

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 May 1860

f Jfif jjfjjff O -'ternsT . L.i". J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 U)tcklB ST.i.paptr. Denote to il)t Domination of Rrpnblican Principle. Creation, Omperance, Citcrat n, ajritnltnrf, cnb tfje fftie of tlje Dag. TERMS $1,50 per ioonn. VOL. XL, NO. 18. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY. MAY 4, 18C0. Jcfftrsonian Democrat P0DLI8HKD EVEIIT FRIDAY MORMNO.AT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. 0c. W,f, ,r St Drv-f Store cj Conk f. Ham tlton, wlU, of Ike Public Sour: TERMS: If paid In advance, (I 50 If not paid within the year a 00 .VTL.n .'.".i," f mBrcl"""aU produce taken in J ' nmrket price. . No pnpor discontinued until all arrearages ara paij, except at the option of the Publisher. RATE3 OF ADVERTISING. LiKoal Adtertiskme.vts will be inserted aa fol Iowa: SO eta. a equare, first Insertion: each sub sequent mserlion, 25 eta. a square. ,,7' Advertisements will be inserted at lbs following ratusi One Square threo insertions, l 00 " " two months, 2 25 " three months, 300 .. ' I ,1X mo''. 4 00 ...

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 May 1860

JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor Great Times in Charleston! Southern States Withdrawing from the Convention! VTa liavo no advicoa from Charlottcn,1atcr than Tuosdav, up to wliicli day no ballois bad Loon cut. Intense excitmont prevailed, a number of tlio Southern Delegations hnv tng withdrawn from tho Convention, In con acquonco of tho adoption of tho Minority ritttform, whiob contuius Ibo following point t 1. Affirming tlio Cincinnati platform. 2. That all rights of property nro judicial In character, and the Domocrncv i!uilgo Ihetnsolves to thn decisions of tlio Sujuouio Comt on tho subject. 3. Amplo protection to thociticone naliro or natnrnllrod. at homo nr nbrnail. 4. I'lmlges Governmental aid to tho IV clflc Railroad. 6. Favors tho Requisition of Curia on termi honornblo to ourselves and just to Spain. . 6. That all rcsistanco to tho Fugitive Flnvo Liw Is revolutionary and subversive of the Constitution. Tho M.ijority rintform Is as follows t "Resolved, That tho platform adopted at ...

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 May 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. Republican Club Meeting. The Grst rcgulnr meeting of (ho Clinr -0 . O don Republic Club .ill LolelJat ll.o body is invited, nnd, s tlio interest of our people in political offiiiri It on (be iu- create, we look for a good (urn-out. For Chicago. M. R. Dooliltle, of Palnesville, is getting up A party (o go to Ilia Chicago Convention by way of the lake. Fme 97 each way, including mcnls and ber'.b, oa one of the Buffalo and Cliicngo line ol propellers. Due notice will be given of the day and hour of storting. jtSTWe have received part 4th of Cas sell's Illustrated Family Biblo, and nleo ports 2nd and 3rd of Casseli's Popular Natural History. These are valuable works, and we bore tbey will have n vide circulation. l3fTbonks tollon. Teter Hitchcock, for a copy of tho Annual Report of the Commissioner of Statistics to the Govern or of Ohio. jCJTWe would say to correspondents that every communication, to insure pub lication, should be accompanied by the authors nnme. We hav...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 4 May 1860

LAWS OF OHIO. (Published by Authority.) [No. 3] AN ACT To l o amend sewon 4uu of on Act mm "An Aflt to establish n Codo of Civil l'ro ceduro," pasod March 11, 1853. Boonon I. l it rnacir.i ou inrFni Assembly of the Slate of Ohio, That Section 490 of the act entitled an act to establish a code of civil procoduro, passed March 2, 1853, as liorotofore anioniled, be now so mended as to read as follows : Section 4U0. Bach judgment, If the transcript shall bo Aled in term titno, shall -bare a lion oti tho real estate of the judgment dobtor Irom tho day of filing If tiled in vacation, at against tho dobtor, it shall haro a lion from tho day of filing but as against other transcript's filed in Tacation, and judgments rendotod t the next torm oi tho Court of Common I'leus, it shall have a lien only from the first day of tho next torm of said Court; and any judgmont of which a transcript has boon filoU as aforesaid, wbatoror may the amount thoroof, which shall hare heretofore or which may bor...

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