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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 28 September 1860

.ft 0 titan J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. VOL. XI., NO. 39. ft llltcMu Nttujpapcr, Drccttb lo t!)t Diifcmlnatiot. of tttpubtican printipltfl, bn(ation, tmptranct, Cittratart, ajrunltnre, anb tl)t Nt o( trje Dttji. TERMS $1,50 ptrJnnr.ni. CiiARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 18C0. WHOLE NO., 559. 3t!)e .Jcffcrooitlan Democrat is PUBMsrtP.n KVEitr Friday morning, at CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. Ocs eeliy over the Or k Sorr o Co;k ,t Worn , awn title oj the Vuhltc Square. TERMS. If paii in aJvance, $1 50 If not paii within the year, 2 00 All kinds of merchantable produce taken in oyineut, at tlie market price. ,.No paper discontinued until nil arroarogct ere paid, exropt at the option of lb P ulilUlier. R ATES OF ADVERTISING. LtatL AovtarrscucTr will bo inserted at fol lows: St) ots. a square, first insertion,; each sub acnuont inertion, Ii eta. a sqivire. Bjiivkji AovEnriacMs.MTS will be Insert? J at the following rat -at Une Square three insertions, $1 00 " " two month...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 28 September 1860

The Jeffersonian Democrat JULIUS 0. C0HVEE8E, Editor. Cfl&RDOM, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPT. IS, ISCO. "Fnrevr float thai standard sheet! Where breathe the foe but foils before m, With Freedom's wil beneath our feet. And Freedom banner waving o'er uaf" For President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. For Vice President, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. FOR SUPREME JUDGE. JACOB BRINKERUOFF, Of RICHLAND FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, JAMES MURRAY, 0 WOOD. TOR MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, LEVI SARGENT, OF TUSCARAWAS, rot untntitTiAHi.icTORi Foil the stats at la not FREDERICK HASSAURECK. of Hamilton. JOSEPH M. ROOT, ol Erie. CQNOKF.SStOPAL MITRICr. lit District B. Egetcsion. Sil Wm,M. Dickson; 3d " Frank McWIiinnejr. 4th . " John Htlcy Knox. Alh " D. H Murphy. 6th " D.H. Mnrphy. 7th " Nelson Rush. 9th " John F. ilnkle. lOih ' H. 8. Bunciy. lliU " Daniel B. Stewart. lSih " R. P. L. Baber. . 13th " John Beatty. 14th " Willard Blocum. 15lh " Joseph Ankeny. 16th " Edward Ball. 17th " John A. Davenport. 19th " Sam...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 28 September 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. Republican Meeting. Wood, Eiq., will (peak at Court-House la this tillage, to morrow (Sat urday) evening, upon tho political topic of tt day. Wo doubt not bo will mike a good Bopublicao speech, and bespeak for bim' a largo audlonce. Wo aro compelled, by want of lima and spsoo, to omit all notico of tbe fair at Burtoo until next week. Accident at the Fair. Oo Wednesday, Mr. Hitchcock, while per forming bli dutloa at Superintendent of tbe fair Ground, wai terorely Injured by bclnj thrown from b bona. One of bit foot catching In tbo LrlJIo, ho was dragged a abort distance, and bit bead thrust against a wagon wboel ( but, at bit injuriea are not of a dangeroui character, he will probably aoon recoTor from tbeir effects. Tlio horse wai frlgbtenod by an application of ipurt, to which be was unused. The Geauga County Free Agricul tural Society bavo made ample arrange moo' for aaplendid Fair on tbo 10th, 11th nd 12ih of tb it month. JW-Ttie Lake County Fair will bo hold at ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 28 September 1860

I AND JENNY DAVIS. On a tunny summer morning, Early, a I ho dew wat dry. Up lha hill 1 wont a borryino;. Need I tll you oll you why ? Fartnor Dsvlt had a daughter. And It happened (hat I knew On each tunny morning, Jenny Up Ibe bill wont borrying loo. Lonely work It picking Wrlet, So I Joined hor on the hill; "Join doar," taiJ I, "your biskot't Quite ino large for ono In mi." Bo "6 ttaid wo two to fill it, Jenny talking I wat till Loading whom tho hill u stuep, Picking berriot up the hill. 'Thit It up-hill work," taid Jenny t "So It lilo," taid I, "shall wo Climb it up alono, nr, Jenny. Will you come and climb with mo ':" Redder than tlio blushing bnrriot Jenny't chcokt moment grew, Whilo without dolay the antwored, 'I wilt com and climb with you." Results of Good Breeding. The fbllgwiop; anecdote it related by Mr. Walker in hit amusing And instruct ive publication, "The Original," as af fording a fine Instance of the value of good breeding or politeness, evca in cir cumstances wher...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 5 October 1860

Democrat omatt J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 UhrklB NttuBpaptr, Dtsetib to tl)t Diotctnination of Republican Principles, (Situation, tmpcrancf, Citcratnrc, Igricnlturr , anl trj c News of tljt Dag. TERMS $1,50 pcrAnaun. VOL. XI., NO. 40. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 18C0. WHOLE NO., 5G0. flrje Jtffcraoiiian Democrat IS POBUStlKt) EVRIt Y miDAT ItOJtNlNO, AT CH&IlDOff, Geauga County, Ohio. Office directly over l, ryrHg Store cj Co;k d- Ham itfn, meet tide of the fulUe Avaare. TE R M St If paid in advance, 1 Jo If not paid within the year, g 00 fWAIl kinds of morcliantabls product taken in payment, at ilia market price. No paper discontinued until all arrearage re paid, except nt the option of tlio Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. LsaAt, Advertisements will he inserted e fol. lows-. 50 eta. a square, first insertion; each sub aeqiieul imsrtion, 25 eta. a square. Bttsiras Advertisemcmts will be inxertsd at tbe Tallowing ratfst One Square throe Insertions,.. $1...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 5 October 1860

JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. CHAR DON, OHiO, FRIDAY, OCT. 5. ISGO. Deleft ntsrwiaij "Forever fl int thnt ftamlnril sheed Where breathe ihe lop lint tall before us, With Freedom's foil beneath nnr feet. And Freedom's banner wnvtng o'er ust" For President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. For Vice President, HAMIILiL JIAMLLY, OF MAINE. FOR SUPREMK JF1M.K, JACUD BR1NKEKII0FF, OP RICHIAXD. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. JAMES MURRAY, OF WOOD. FOR MEMBER DOARD OF rt'ni.IC WORKS, LEVI SARGENT, OP TU5CARAWAS. PC PSESIDXNTIAT.riXCTOllS KOP Tllr. STATE ITtltCt. FREDERirK HASSAt'RKCK. of llu miltoo. JOSEPH M. ROOT i ol Erie. lONOHHSlOltAL WITniCTM. 1st District B. F.gtrlcimn. 2d " Wm. .VI. riirkson. 3J " Frnnk MeWhinney. 4ih " John Idlcy Knox. Mh " I). It Murphy. fiih " D. It. Mnrnhy. 7ih " NHnon Rush. lili " John F. Ilinkle. 10th " It. 8. Iiunciy. llih " Umlol H. Siownrt. lih " R. P. I., riaber. J3ih " John (lenity. 14th " Willurd Slocum. l'nh " Joseph Ankeny. . 16lh " Kdwnrrl Ball. 17ih " Jolm A. Dnvenp...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 5 October 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. Republican Club Meeting. Mr. Hitchcock, w are autlioriaed! (o itfttt, will apeak t the regular meeting of the Chardon Rppublicau Clb, to be beld at the Court House to morrow (Sat urday) eTening. All nre Invited. This will be the last tbe State electi altendcnce t meeting of the Club before ion, and we look for a full Republican Meetings. A. II. Thrasher and I. N. Hnibaway will speak in Newbury, near Paikur's, Ibis (Friday) evening, Oct. 5th. II. K.Smith and J. 0. Converse, at Claridon Center, to morrow evening, Oct. dh. D W. Canueld and J. 0. Convene, at Chardon Center, on Monday evening nts', Qtl. Oth. JtyThe Free Agricultural Fair will t held at Claridon, on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday next. Pole-Raisings. Tho Republicans of Dundyshurgh raised a Liborty polo on tho afternoon of the 22d, from which, at tho height of 60 fcot.was un furled a banner bonring the names of Lin coin and Hamlin. Much enthusiasm pro Tailed. 8tirring spoochos wore made by .Messrs, Forrist...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 5 October 1860

Republicans, Are You Ready? Remember that in lets than two week .. ib. State Election, when you will M ..iuj non to oie. Ai you ready , , - , . rp, .;..i I. II, o Townships and tl, School Districts? Have you prepared tie list Of the Republican volers to be used .t it,. nollsi and have ?ott completed tlie necessary arrangetner.ts for gelling out n full vote? , . , We do not tee the importance of our, rote so practically as tliey do in oilier parts of the State, yet our vole is of groat valua in the contest. A great effort U row being made in many parte of 'ne Slate to unite all tlie Opposition 10 tlie jaepuuiicani up"" .... Smith, the Poualas enndidnfe for Judge Sinilh, the PougUs cnndidnte for JuJge -r . i c, ,..,, Cmirl. nnd tliui defeat Judge Brinkcrhoir. We have ll from Eood authority; :hitt Ihe who'e piu slavery force of the S ale, will, volunt.er stump ers from Kentucky, wijjre uem uFu.. defeat of Judge BriiiUrlofT, as a great test There will he no dma on on tin; for the Brecki...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 12 October 1860

r - r - f macrat J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 Ulctkls Ncwspafrr, Devoid to tlje Dissemination of Rtpubliron Principles, Cfbntotion, tmptrantf, Cittratnre, agricnltnrr, ana trje Nttus of tl)t Dan. TERMS $M0 pfr Annum. VOL. XL, NO. 41. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 18C0. WHOLE NO., 5CL leffers Cljt Jtfftrsoiiian Democrat It PDBUSIIID XVCI1T FR1DAT CMlKlKo,AT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. Offtl ilrtcllf onr I ht Drug Store oj CW am iiton, milt side of the Tublic Stuart. TERMS. If paid In advance, (1 so If not pi id within the year 2 00 Mr All kinJj of morcliantabla produce taken in payment, at tho ninrkol price. ,No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, escopt at the option of tlio publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Lesvl ADVEnnstnEXTs will be inserted at fol lows: 50 cts. a square, first Insertion; euch sub aequont insertion, 25 cts. a satin re. ujtivess AoVEiirisEjiE.vrt will be InsertfJ llie following rates: One Square three insertions, $1 00 " " two...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 12 October 1860

VOLUME XI. NO. their great grand-parents and thoir paronts before them wero all silly, frivolous n.l boorish, and that Industry, ignorance snd vulgarity go hand In hand. That there were Ill-bred, vulgar ponplo In the olden limn, wo hare every reason to bol'evo, and. far ai I can see. their rnco bids fair to bo perpetuated through many generations to come but Ihev were not oil clowns anil; simpletons, and ll It no mora proper to represent (hem alt as inch, than il ia for Pickens and few other English writers to represent the American pcnplo, all, al ill mannered. illiterate and vulgar. W'hilrt criticising tho conduct of some nf those who took part In the. performance. I do not wind to inctudo tlio whnlo. There were some of them whoso demeanor was do coroui and rospoctful, and. had thoir exam pie been followed by thn romaindcr, il might hao rendorod the exhibition what it should have been, impressive, Interesting I and instructive. NICOLI. The Grandson of Charles Carroll a Republican....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 12 October 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. Chardon Republican Club. There wai a good attendance at (he meeting of the Club, on Saturday evening. Mr. Hitchoock It aaij (o have made an admirable ipeeoh, and we regret that we could not be present to hear it. The Club adjourned until Thursday even ing next. - !. - t3T M. 0. Canfield and J. O. Con verse will spenk at the Republican Club Meeting in Huntsburg, on Monday evtn ing next. The Republican Pole. Tho handsome liburty polo, 00 feet h'jih, now Bianding In our villiigo I'aik, and hear ing at its hoad a fl.ig inscribed ' Lincoln Wide Awake Boys," lias an interesting his tory. Minors Orrlti Paiks, Willio Collin and Lyman Young throa entorprising It publican bnys originated tho Idea of rais ing sucli a polo, and it was hionglit from tho woods by our vonerahlo follow -citixnn. D acin Wm. Yoting The dig, the mate rials of which were purchased by means of a subscription circulated ly Doacon Young, Was Made hy a number of young ladies, mosl of whom bohing to Mrs. Ni...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 12 October 1860

Gov. Seward's Detroit Speech. The ipcecb of Gov. Seward nt Dotroit M worm, of bit fama and worthy of the Immense multitudo who assembled to listen to it. W oopj tbe following concluding paratrsphs I Fourthly. All the tubtllo evasions and tilausiblo political thcoiie wblch have bom brought Into argument for an extension n( slavery, have al Icatt boon found fallacious and frivolous. It it unavailing now In say tbit Oovofn tnont was made by and for whito me n only, tinea slave nwod allrtgianco tn Great Brit ain before the Uvroluiion tquully with while men, and were rquutly absolved from it bv tho Revolution, and are not nnly bold lo ut-1 legiuiica now order our laws, but arc ulsni (ubjoct to taxation and actual ri'pri'acni nion in ever deportment of tho FimIimuI OoTorninrnt. No goveinntotit can excuse itauir from tbo duty of protecting tho ex treme rights of every human being, whoihor foreign or native born, bond or lieo. whom it cooipulsorily holds wiihin it jurisdiction The grout fac...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 October 1860

at tmmx J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 tUrikle Ntwpo;rr, Druotco to tr) Dlastmination of Republican principles, Contation, em p trance, Cittratare, Sigrirnlturt, anb tl)e News ot tt)c Day). TERMS $1,50 ptrAnnnm. VOL. XI, NO. a CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1860. WHOLE NO., 502. M)e jeffersoniau Democrat U rCBLISBKD VEItY FRIDAY MORK1KO.AT ' CHiRDON, Geauga County, Ohio. Off iirtctly t,r Its Drug Store oj Co'A d Ham ilton, mett tidi oftht Pub'ne &usr. TERMS: IF paid In ajvancs, $1 50 If not paid within the year, 8 OO CT All kind, of merchantable produce taken in avtnont, at the markot price. ,N paper discontinued until all arrearage! are paid, except at the option of the Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ttal AoVtutiSEXE.vrs will be inserted aa fol io s: V) cts. a eti'iare, first insertion; each sub sequent InMrtion, 35 cts. a square. B 'si (rsi AotreariSEMCXTt will be Inserted at tne lotiowinf mt"S: One Squaro llirea insertions, ' tt 00 . " " two months, 8 2J...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 October 1860

JULIUS 0. COHYZiSE, Editor. CDlRDOJi, on0, FRIDAY, OCT. 19, 5580. "Forever Host thai sninilsrH sheer! W hnre breathes the loe but falls before us, Willi Freedom's Mil I eoraih our led. And t recdum's banner waving u'er usl" For President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. For Vice President, HANMBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. OHIO. PENNSYLVANIA AND INDIANA. GREAT MAJORITIES FOR FREEDOM! There remains no doubt as to the result of the recent citato cluotiont. Wo haw carried the three groat States of Ohio, IVnn Sylvania and Indiana by overwhelming and tinoxpeoted majorities, and tho Slave De mocracy have suffered an Ignominious do foal, from which tho cannot rally with sufli ctent strength to mako any rffoclunl rosist- nca to our success nt the Presidential oltc IIod, Our tiiumph ',g tho moro glorious, : because achieved by tho People, in defense' of the Constitution and the Rights of Man, gainst the united hosts of Hluvery Props gandism, and becuuss the fororiinncr of an other and groator ono soon...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 October 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. &"Tb October term of the Court of Common Fleas for 'tliii Count, com mences on Monday nest. - 5T-IIon. I'otor Ilitobeock will address the Huntiburg Republican Glub.on Monday evening, Oct. 29tn. Free Agricultural Fair. Notwithstanding the unfaTorablonelt of the weather, the goneral Interest of tlio people In politic, and the great nutnbnr of Fairs elsewhero, the Fair at Claridon last week, wa equal, if not superior, to any pre tlous one of the Free Agricultural Soeiutf. There were 277 entries on tho flrat day, 92 of wbtah wore vogotablos, and the nurolxu on tbe teoond day was much largnr. Tbo fallowing are the total entile in sevoral elasjcl t Vegetables, 129 Grains, 87 j Flowors. 15 fioturos, !? f Frult,63 j Fancy NooJIowork. IS j Mechanical, 23 j Domestic M0vfuettires,S8; Uounumoratod articles. 80. Tbo soeond day opened cold and cloudy, yet tbe show of Cattle waw poihaps equal to that of any previous yoar. Col. Sponcor had 60, and B. 0. Woodbury 18 bond of catt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 October 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. $1,000,000 WORTH OF Just received at the YANKEE STORE. ' A LTHOl'GH I don! make as much Mow. -f. & put as mntiy French name on my Good. some of my neiohbor. I con give ion better bargain! limn you can got this side of Europe. Block Silk. Plain Brocade. Rayadire Stripe, find more than Two Hundred Patterns of Fancy tsi t k of the latest style. Piatn M rinoee. Figured do.. Kept do., Paris Prints, Cashmeres. Printed Wool Delaines. Primed Cohuigs. Ponl de Chevre, Pop lins, Chemity. Foulards. Delnines, Repl Malakuff. end in fact, everything in the line of Dres, Goods. SHAWLS. 6tla, Cashmero, Thibet and Blanket Shawls rd very Style. A large Slock ol IJrocha Shuttls, worth from (5 to :0. CLOAKS, Every Style of Cloak ever made, which I Will mm vvry cuap. Cloths. Broadcloth, Cossimeres. Union Cloths. Sotinctts. Kentucky Joans. &. a large block ot l.odies'Cloths Yankee Notions Of every kind ever invented, eTcwdry By the Ton, Bushel or any way yon wart it. Booti and Sltnc...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 26 October 1860

J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. a tihtklu Ntwpojjrr, Dtnottb to tl)t DiMcmlnation of lltpubluan Principlcf, Cbntation, tmptrancf, Cittratart, 2lgrunltnrt, anb tl)t New ot tl)t Dag. TERMS $1,50 per Jnnura. 1 , . , - . VOL. XI, NO, 43. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2G, I860. WHOLE NO.V503. IS ruBLISUCD tVBRT miDAT MORRIKO.AT CHA.RD05, Geauga County, Ohio. Of.ct die telly oner Ik, Drug Store oj Ceo II am ilt,n, ml lid, of tk Public Suumr,. TERMS. If paid In advance, 1 jo l( not paid within the year 8 00 Wr All kind, of merchantable produce taken In payment, at the market price. No paper discontinued until ell arrearages art paid, except at the option of the V ubliaher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. LfcML Advertikvctts will le inserted ea fol lower 50 uts. a eouare, first insertion; each sub sequent insertion, 25 eta. a square. Bust vest Aovektiskm--i will be Inserts J at the following ratita: One Square tlire insertions, " " two months, " " three months, " " six months, SI 00 S25 ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 26 October 1860

life JcffcfsovM) ctyoclruf JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor.- TuTirDlXoliorTRlonrorrrieriseor "Forever float that standard sheet! Where breathes the lue bul falls before Ui, Willi Freedom's soil hencslhnur feet. And Fiecdom's banner waving o'er usf" For President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. For Vice President, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. Take Notice. At the rot urns of the Presidential otoo lion ro tent to tho Shoriff, instead of I ho Connty Clerk, and not opt-nod until tlioy reach tho Secretary of State, lomo poison should bo appointed in every township, to ea thai it role li taken to tho Count; Sunt I early as possible. The Rnpuhlican. in each of tho townships of this County, aro re quested to fliulio some arrangnniont for lend Ing in it rotu before 12 o'clock on tho night after tbe election, that tbe result may bo immediately tolegrnphnd to tbo Republican State Central Committee. Mr. Then and New—When Was He Right? ouce power to legislate) for tho Torritorios. IK then rccognixod dist...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 26 October 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. GRAND PRIZE FIGHT FOR THE FLAG OF OUR UNION! The Republican Club of Chardon and Palnesvillu, for the purpoio of bringing out the full Republican volo nf the several townships in (Jonuga and Lake, will nflVtr as Prise 10 bo won at the approaohlnwT2ikhall uonnai rvncrmn, , a S PLUS DID NATrOXAL FLA O. Vtrmt of Contest bulween the ttvo C'oua tieti Ueouga irave. in 1850. a majority for Fremont over Duchanan 802 larger than Lake. On the supposition tdnt Lake has pained by hor inoreascd population, ainor) 1830, at luatt 60 more Republican ole than Gonog, It I agreed that Gnauga shall taketho Flag, If hor majority for Lincoln oror D.iuglas shall be moro than 302 lurgor limn Lincoln'! majority in Lake ConnlT if OTHERWISE, Lake Count; lakoa the Flag Ttrmt of Contest bettvteh tha Toienth'pi: The township. In llio winnlne Cmiint, which ;ba1l give the largest NET GAIN for Lincoln pcr IVemont, ',2 pmoortion to the whole number nf fold cn ! tor- tOWDlhip In 1858. ahull bo entitle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 26 October 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. $1,000,000 WORTH OF GOODS Just received t the YANKEE STORE, ' A LTHOUGH t don't make as much blow U V & put aa many French nnmn on mjr Goods a aoma of my neighbors, I can give vou belter ourgsins man you can get una slue 01 Lurope. Black Silks. Plain Brocade, Rayadire Stripe, and more than I wo Hundred Patterna ol Fancy Silks or the latest style. Plain Merinnea, Figured do.. Kent do., Paris Prims, Cashmeres. Primed Wool Dclainea. Primed Conurgs. Poul de Chevre.i'np. lins, Chemity, Foulards, Delaines, Rept Mulafcnfr, iiu in laci, overyining in tne line ol Llreu Good SHAWLS. Stella, Cashmere. Thibet and Blanket Shawla ol every btyte. A large Stock ol Brocha Shawls, worn irum a j 10 mu. CLOAKS. F.very Biyla of Cloak ever made, which I vill Mil vary cues p. Cloths. Broadcloths. CassimeTes. Union Clotlia. Satinette. Kentucky Jeane.it, a large Stock ol Ludiea'Clollis Yankee Notions Of every kind ever invented. Jewelry By the Ton, Bushel or any way you want It. Boots and...

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