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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 June 1860

tvcA. fg . ' a .. .. . .,. . i ... ,, , .... .,m , i, i : i j i , - J. Q. CONVERSE, Proprietor. a tihrkls ctMjMprr, Dmotrb to tlje Dif f emination of Htpublican printifltf, Sttnfation. tmptrantf, Ctttratnrt, 3ljrunltnr, anb th.e Ntao of tl)t Das. TERMS $1,50 per An bub. " ' ' ' 1 1 ' ' ' 1 " - ' i m '1' 1 ' i i i i m i i ii . i , ii! i.i i . ,. m ii i .i.ne... .. i i - - - . in i i i ii i i VOL. XI.t NO. 24. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 18C0. WHOLE NO., 514. IS PUBLISHED KVBRT PR1DAT KOBNINO.AT CHARDOff, Geangk County, Ohio. C aWily n,r lh$ Drug Start J C t 11mm tUon, iitttht Public iVr. TERM Si If paid In advance, l 50 If not paid within th year, 8 00 MrAll kind, of merchantable product taken In payment, at the market price. No paper discontinued until all arrearage ire paid, except at the option of the Publiaher. BATES OF ADVERTISING. Liol Advestisiments will be ineerted at fol low: Met, a sqiiar,4irat inaertion; each sub sequent inaertion, 85 cte. a aquare. BiTa...

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. — 15 June 1860

JULIUS 07c6llVEIlSE, Editor CLURD01, OHIO, FRIDAY, JCXE IS.1SC0. 'Forever float that standard sheet! Wliore hreslhes the (no but falls before uf, With Freedom's anil taneatlinur feet. And Freedom 'a banner waving o'er us?" For President ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. 1 For Vice President, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAIN?. Mr. Wade's Speeches---Platforms. Our Representative has not boon greatly given to spooch-making since ho has held a seat In Congress, being rather disposed to attend to the arduous duties of his position, than to bo known for his much speaking. Yet ho has spokon on several occasions, and with no doubtful or undecisive voico. 1 1 is speech on the Nebraska Dill was prnnouncod a remarkably alio ono by so good a judjjo ns Gorrit Smith, of Now York, who, at (lie time of its dolivory, was also n member of Congress. Bosidos tho speech wo publish this woek, and for which wo ask an nttontivo porusal, ho has recently mado another, in which he oxposos in a masterly manner tho claim t...

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. — 15 June 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. Excitement Among Cheese-men. Tho adreriisomoni of Mr. J. Budlong, of New York, proposing to distribute 100 In premium! among tho chonse-malrort of tlii County, hat produced quite a sensation, to ay tho lot. Loads of cbocse haro boon coming Into town during the ontlre wook, and 'tho cry It, itlll thoy come." Wo visited Mr. Randall's Warohottso on Wednesday, and found It woll itorod, and a numlior of men and boys bually engaged In preparing the chocio for transportation. . Fourteen tona woro rocolvod on Monday, and from fifty to sixty tona hare boon rocelrod during the prosont week. Tho olieoie la sent to Now York at fast aa rocelrod at the Waruhouio. Wo understand that Mr. Budlong baa contraotod for all tbo choejq that uiuy to producod, thlt yoar, from 175 dairies in our County. The Warehouse will bo kept opon until tho 20tb of this mouth, and ro opened on the first of September. The Democrats used to call tho Whig County of Ooauga "Cheesedom," and our lamontod fullo...

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. — 15 June 1860

LAWS OF OHIO. (Published by Authority.) AN ACT To provide for the collodion of claim gainst Rail Road Companies. Section 1. Be it enacted by tht General Jtiemblu of the Slate of Ohio, That when any ponoD shall havs obtalnnd judgment againet any rail road company in any of tho ourta of Alt State, opon any claim due to ommnn laborer for worn ana laoor per formed for such company, or for cross-lies, lumber or cord wood, furnished to such company, to be used In the construction, repairing or operation of such road, or upon any nolo or other evidence of Indebtedness, the consideration of which consisted of such labor, or materials f urnithod to said company, the.plaintiir In sucb case, his agont, or at torney, may file with tbo precipe for execu tion, in such judgmont, "hie affidavit sotting forth the nature of the claim upon which aid Judgment is founded, showing that the lime la within the doscription of claims herein enumerated, that he dooS not know of any property of tho defendant l...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 22 June 1860

J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. ' 21 fotcklg JTtwspaptr, Potfb to tlje Dutemination of Republican PrincipWt, (fbntatton, tmptrartce, Cittratare, jrimltnrt, an ti)t Keni oMIHWb. TERMS $1,50 per Annum VOL. XL, NO. 25. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OniO, FRIDAY. JUNE 22, 1800. WHOLE NO., 515. fc!)e -Jtffcrfioman. Dtmocrat M rVBLISURO KTKBT PBIDAt MCnMKO.AT CHARD OH, -Geauga County, Ohio. Oft dirMtly ft tht Drug Stort a) Ceo & Hum ilton, met! tidt of the Public Aimer. TERM Si If paid In advance,-. . j so If not paid within the year, 2 00 All kind, of merchantable produce taken in payment, at the mnrket'price. .No paper discontinued until all arrearage. re paid, except at the option of tlie Publisher. RATE3 OF ADVERTISING. Ltaii AovxaTtKMSNTS will be inserted aa Col lewa: SO et. a tqiiare, fir.t insertion) each sub esqnent insertion, Si eta. a square. Bi.'siss Advixtisimints will be UacrteJ at in. louowing ratea: One Square three Insertions, tl 00 " " two moniha, 3 2 " " three month., 3 00 " "...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 22 June 1860

of. new penitentiary, apr-ointed by thel OoTerncr under a resolution of the last fteneral assembly, a sum not exceeding twelve hundred dollars; provided the aid commissioners shall each receive the mm of three dollars per day for their lime dually employed as such, and l,,eir traveling expenses, .but not their board rllt, the saw to be audited and allowed by the Auditor of State. For the purchase of five liuncWed copies fthe Bible, for the use of the convicts fthe penitentiary, to be paid on tho cer tificate of the warden of the penitentiary, two hundred and fifty dollars. CENTRAL OHIO LUNATIC ASYLUM. For the payment of the salaries of thu Superintendent, nssjstapt physician, stew ard and matron of thq Central Ohio Lu natic Asylum, three thousand two hun dred dollar. For the payment of the salary of the moral instructor of mid asylum, iwo Hun dred dollnrs.. For provisions and necessary current expenses and repairs of said ' asylum, twenty-five thousand dollars. And tor the first nur...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 22 June 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. The Wool nd Cheoio Trado this iealon, bat fclveo tjulto business like tip pcaranco lo our usnnllv qulot villago. A much larger quantity of both articles It being brought In and told for cash, than w bare teen In town for Joan. Nice StraWbekrim W havo to Ihntik Mr. Philip Willson, of Thompson, for some .of the largott and most dolioiout strawberries we baro otor toon or tasted. We botleve they are of (he variety known at Willson't Albany Sotidtlng. Mr. Willton It ongnged quite xtonsivoly In horticulture, and.nmnng Otbor oboico garden fruits, hat cultivated the Jiawton Blackberry with conildoroblo tucoeis. We trust that bit labor are as profitable at they teem to be ngreoablo to blin. We should hnvo stated in oar nottro of Mr. Randall's Choose Warohouse, that It will not bo re-oponeJ at toon at the first of September, unless tho woathor should bo cool enough to admit of safo transportation. 1 We ore glad to Inaro to that tlio litito boy who wat kicked by a horso, in A...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 22 June 1860

Theodore Parker. The new of Theodore Parker's death ks already been made known through the telepraphio rport of the Arabia mws. U died at Florenoe, on thu lutb of May. , T Theodore Parker wss born in Lex ington, Maaa., in 1710, hi rather being a Massachusetts m-cbanic, and hi grand f.tK.f n aid Revolutionary hero. Hi ri..i..tfnn hi obtained br a aeries of atrncrales. but Li third after knowledge and faculty of acquiring it were extraor dinary. At eiiiUt years of age he had finished Homer and Plutarch, In trans lnoo,and Rollio' Ancient History, wrote poetry, and eould repeat Gto or ix hun dred lines of Terse after a single reading. At ten years he was perfect in liotany and tudied Latin. At eleren he commenced Greek. At twelve he was deep in the atudy of Metaphysics. At sixteen he w master of the Cycle of Natural Sciences, and at seventeen be taught school. In 1837 he became pastor of a tmnll Unitarian congregation at West Roxbury, where he remained until hi visit to Eu rope in 1843....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 29 June 1860

0mm Wtm$tmt J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. Ulttklg IXtmfaftt, Dmottb to tlje Di.f emlnation ot RtpnblUon princtj-Ui, Situation, cmptranct, CiUvattttt, aarunUnrt, ant) tlje Newt of tljt Dari. TERMS $1,50 per Annom M&ff&m mm VOL. XL, NO. 20. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY. JUNE 29, I860. WnOLE NO., 540. $l)e Jtfftraonian Democrat U PCBLtStlBD BVKIIT fltlDAT MOHMNQ, AT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. UJtse iirtctlu n.r I W Drug Stort qj Conk Ham iltvn, mt side ojtkt fuWw 'vuare. TERM Si If pits! In advance, '. 1 50 II n ol paid within the yeur, 2 00 O r All kinds of merchantable produce taken in psyin-.-nt, at the market price. PP discontinued until ell arrearages are Jua, except at the opiiou of tlie Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. LtOlL ADVEtTnrvFvri will k l...l . rt. I- -.-- .... iii w iiiii j a iwr owe 50 cii. a square, first Insertion; each sub sequent insonion, 25 cts. a aqunre. Business Advertisements will be inserted at we loitowing ratesi One Square three insertions...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 29 June 1860

born, nd unto the stranger that aojournoth tmon( jna'Ibid. chap. 12. "21. Thoo Shalt nolthor rei a stranger, Kor oppress him i for ye wera strangers Id tbe land of Egvpt. 23. Ye aliafl not afflict any widow or fatherless child. S3. If thoo afflict them In any wlio, and Ihey wry at all unto me, I will lurelj bear Ibotr cry. "24. And mr wrath ahnll wax hot, and I will kill you with tho iword and your wivot ahall bo wldowi, and your ohildron father low." Ibid chap. 23. '0. Also thnu (halt not oppress a stranger; . for ye know the hoart of a stranger, seeing ye were atrangors in tbe land of Egypt." doia., cnap. as. 10. And thnu (halt not glean th? vine' yard, neither thalt thou gather every crape ot tny vinoyard i thou limit leave tbom for the poor and tbe stranger i I am tbe Lord Iby Ood." "13: Thou shalt not dofrand thy' neigh bor, nolthor rob him : tho wagos of him that ia birod ahall not abide with tbee all night Until tbe morning." "17. Thou ihalt not hate thy brother In thine hoar...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 29 June 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. The Chardon Republican Club. Will hold Iti neit regular meeting at the Court House In Iblt village, on Saturday Tenlng, July 7th. We hope tbo frloods of the Club will exorl themiolroe io secure a large attendance. Now that the nomina tion! are all made, and the contest has fairly begun, a deeper intorost should be taken by our cltltens In these meetings. Erery Re publican In the Township who has not al ready Joiood the Club, should do so al Its next meeting. We trust that our frlonds In other Town hips wilt oo longor dolay the Important work of organisation. Let Co one s&y It Is useless. It oosts nothing but a little effort, which erory Republican can well afford to moke. Terrible Explosion. by a gentleman just from Clove l.ind, that the telegraph announced, on Wednesday, the explosion of the propollur K'notha, near Milwankoo. Nearly alt on board lost their tires, and among the num ber Mr. Curtis Benton, formorly of this place, We bare no further particulars. Th...

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. — 29 June 1860

LAWS OF OHIO. (Published by Authority.) AN ACT To provide foe the final paymont ro Jempilon of the Public F uoded JJubl ol I ha Rial ot Ohio Soot ion 1. lie tl enacted s.y th General Jtnemlly of the Stale of Ohio, That the cominissinuers of the linking fund, lor tho time being, bo and they are horeby author lied, empowered and required, at period! previous to and near the time at which any portion of the funded debt of this stale shall become payablo according to the terms ex pressed upon tho face nf the certiflcati-s tboreof, to make and lssoo In duo form agreeably to the laws of the state In such casos mads and provided, certificates of the funded debt of the state of suoh numbers and amount as shall be sufficient, from tho proceeds thoreof, to rodoom so much of aid debt then about to become pnyublo as hall not hare been paid or fully provided for, by Ihe application thoreto of the sink ing fund pstabiishod and flxnd by the con stitution of tho stale and raitod by law. And such ce...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 6 July 1860

(41 HI II IP J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 tOcekls NttMpaptr, Dtnottb to tlje Di00tmination of RrpnblUap Principtra, (flintattort, fmptrancf, JCittratnrf, flgntnttnre, on tlje tftwa of tlje Day). . TERMS $1,50 per Adbbm, VOL. XL, NO. 27. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, FftlDAY, JULY C, 18G0. WHOLE NO., 547. 3II)e Jtfftrflonian Dtmocrat . II PDBLtSIIRO BVKIIT FRIDAY MORNING, AT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. Ojt.s directly over the Drug Store oj Coo Hum iltvu, wtt tide of the rubUe Svuurt. TERMS! If palj In advance, 50 11' not uiJ within the year 2 00 fcj All kin.hof merchantable produca taken Id ptviiH-iii, it the market price. iiier discontinued until all arrearage, are paid, excopt at the option of the Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ljoit Advertisements will be inserted as fol. lows: !H els. a square, first insertion; each sub sequent insertion, 25 cts. a square. Business Advertisements will be Inserted at the following ratoti One Square three insertions, $ 00 " " two months, 2 2 ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 6 July 1860

Wipi i a olsh "'ping and turning li upside diwn"weru admonitions sulllciimt to deter the rubers ami potentates ol tho nullum from a reputithin of ihit tin for whieh lliuir Oppressing predecessors lay in moldoring tuim. utterly forgotten, or. if ruinouiburl, oulj remembered 10 be accuieod. '" Mr, at it has been in iliu past, so It will be in thu future as It It in thu natural, to ' I In iho moral world ( "like, causes produce like elfi-ms " Tlie fruit nf ii Janice, and up- Lr.lJioii in lliu pniHiit, will, n in tlitt past, e destructive. As villi individuals, in with nations as they "tow, to aim tliall thoy reap." If hiy torn to freedom and Justice they shall roup prnstiuiliy and gtnry. If they sow io injustice and opproasiou, tliuj hall reap doiiruoiiun. "10. lis llmt leailstli Into cnpliviiy ihnll ro into eanlivitv; II thai l;ii...i. with l lie awo'tl. must be killed wi.h the Bworl." Jlevelnttunn , clinp. 13. "11. And the merchant. .f it,. n..ik linll weep and mourn over Iter t lor ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 6 July 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. The Republican Club Meeting. Wo again cull ihnattMiiion of ourreailpm to llio tact i hut (lie Chardon Hcpubliein Club hold, lit next mooting l tlie Court Houso, to morrow (Saturday) evening, and urge (lit) Imporiance of a full attendance. The Excelsior Horse Fair. The ruin on Tuesday was t ictetlinglj unfavorable to the Excelsior Nora Fair; but, on Wednesday, tlif day bring warm nd pleasant, the village of Uurion wm tbrongel willi people from far and retr, nd everything panned of to the satisfuc tion of all. Tli vrettlier.yesterdny morn- . Ing also, was favorable, and tie prospect F that (lie Fair would prove a perfect uccess. We nro indebted to our cor respondent "F.," for the following report of the proceedings at Eurlon, on the Fourih ; BURTON, July 4th, 1860. Editoh Democrat : Old Burton U not behind lier sister town in the celebration of the glorious Fourih, for. through the enterprise and energy or D. L. I'ope, the Agriculturnl Oiouoda have bt en opened lor a ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 6 July 1860

VOLUME XI. NO. LAWS OF OHIO. (Published by Authority.) AN ACT Supplementary lo the Act entitled Acl to proTido for the OrRaniiollon or Incopontod Villages," passed March 1 1, 1833 Section 1 . Be it enacted hy tJZenfr.a' Jtsiembly- of the State of Ohio, That fori the purpose of parchaiing land for ceme-1 lery; the council of any municipal corpora, tioo organised under the act to which this act li upplemontary. shall hare power to lew, in addition to he taint othorwue au thorised by law to be loviod, upon tho taxa ble property of nunb municipal corporation, lax not exceeding ono-half of ono mill on the dollar, each year, during a'torm of not cxcooding six yean, which tax ahall bo col lected Id the same mannor at other taxes of uch corporation, and tho monoy arising from luch Jery ihall be lot apart exolusivo ly for tho purpoBot of said purchaao j pro tided, tho aggregate amount loviod for tsjd Iiurpoao iball not oxceod firo thousand dol ... Bee. 2. Wbenorot the councd or any tna Bicip...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 13 July 1860

1 ef f er soman s C w J. 0. COXVEKSE, Proprietor. a tthtklrj Ncniapafifr, Drsotri! to tlje Dissemination of tlepnblUan Principles, education, Gcmprrance, Citeratnrf, dgrietiltnre, ant tl)t Kens of tljc Dan. TERSIS$1,50 per Jnanm. VOL. XL NO, 28. " CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 13, 18C0. WHOLE NO., m. M PUBLISUKU BVKH Y miDAT MORMKO.AT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. Oe aVrecHy oerr ft, amg Slot of Co-AA. Hum ttton, m. tidtth Fubi,iS,r,. TERMS) If paid In advance, 50 II nut un I wimin the yea, 2 00 SXTAI1 IthiU uf merchantable produce taken in psymm, 11 ila market price. .V.) piper discontinued until all errearagea fa uwJ, cvl 1 tlia opdon of tits Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. E.RQAL AlIRflltvra I.- 1 i f1 : "il..nwiii n iiiserieu ns 101 insertion; aach sub unre. vHTioiu wi-emon, as eta. a square lha followma rati:: will ba Inserted at One Square three insertions, (1 00 " " two months,.... g 25 " " three month, 3 00 " ail month,, 4 00 nn. .. . . n Half column six mouths...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 13 July 1860

JOLIUroTcONVERSErEditor! Cllit lM, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 1!. 1SG0. to " "Tower flont.thtii londnrd slices! Where breathes ihe fuo hut fulls before un, With Freedom's soil teiicnllmur leet, And Fieedom'e banner wiving o'er ut?" For President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. For Vice President, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, of Maine. FOR SUPREME JUDGE. JACOB BKINKEKIIOFF, Or RICHLAND. FOIl ATTORNEY GENERAL, JAMS MAHAY, OF WOOD. TOR MEMBER BOARD OFPUELIC WORKS, LEVI SARUENT, OF TU.CARA WA9, of hi in tORHrllMHTUf EI.ICTOFS HlR THESTATE ATIAH3I. FREDERICK H ASS AU KECK, or IlaniUlun. the JOSEPH M. UUOT.ol Ei is. ing, COnaKtStlCNAL HSITRKTS. 1st District B. Egslaernn. 84 ' WnuM. Dhkson: 3d " Finnk McWhinnry. 4ih " John IMey Knox. Aih " l. II. Murphy. 7tn " Nelson Hush. nth " John F. Ilinkle. 10th " H. 8. Bundy. Uih Daniel B. Stewart. 14th " Willuid Slocum. 1 Bill " Jn-r(jh Ankci y. 46ih " Edward Ball. 17ih " John A. Davenport. 19ih " Samuel 0. I'hiltiricx. of al of Bui CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. A Republica...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 13 July 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. Mr. Riddle's Speech. It being announced tin Saturday morning, that A. 0. Riddle would speak at the meot log of iho Republican Club In the evening-, cur citizens crowdod ths Court Houio to heir him. For political orators could at traot to lurgt an audience In ihii villego.on to hort notion. Hit speech was capital one. and commanded the reipoolful atlen lion f all preionl until a lute hour, when, I Its conclusion, a vote of thanks wui aiml, and the moetlng adjourned. Mr. Riddle laid It was not hit dosign to deliver a Icetnro upon the abstri.ct question cf 8lavnry. lie foil that upon that qo.es tlon hii audluncu were all agrood, and there was nothing now to bo said. Whntevor might be tho riowi of any In rogiird to the rightfulness or wrengfulnnu of Slavery, nC::? propojed by pnlitlo.il action to Intor foro Tltli It i:i tho Southern States. It hod become a qnttitin of paramount Impor tance, not tiinply whether negro slavery heuld to fettered and perpetuated, but hetiher...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 13 July 1860

LAWS OF OHIO. (Published by Authority.) AN ACT To ponith Bribtvrj In certain ctsaf. Pmsiion I. lie it ennct it iy the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That if nny fx-reon snail diroctly or inilirwtlv promise, cffrtr or giv,cauu or procure lo bo promised, Otlttreil or given any moony, K""'", .., uiImi. neea-nit. reward, or anv oihor value, ble thing whatever, or any promiso. contract, ndertaking. obligation, or security, for Iho natnwmur dolivi.rr nf any tnnnuy, goods, right In eeilou, prosnnt. reward, or tm mlnr Valunble Ihlng whatever. In ny nflicor or public agunt aftor hi uluctioti or appoint ment, and eiiihdr bnfnro or af'tnr ho thall b.i qwil flil aa tuch, with iutonl Pint To influencn hit vote or decision on nny question, manor, cmvi or pwceoding which limy thon bo ponding, or iimj bv law be brnught but'ore. ii nil a luuti cfllcor or gen-j or, Soooncl Tn Inrlueo bitl In ncgloct or omit ih poiform inco of hit duty at inch offlcoT or B.)ii'. or tn perform inch limn viih p ...

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