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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 18 March 1859

Miutmtimtt mm Micmocnu. J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 3 tUtcklQ Nrwopapcr, Dcoottb to tije Diaoctiunation cf tit-publican princtplfa, education, emptran, Citeratuve, flflruultHrt, an tljc Kma cf t!)t Dan. TERMS $1,50 per Annnm. VOL. X., NO. 11. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1859. WHOLE NO., 479. iljt JcfCtrconiait Democrat II PUBMHIIKO EVP.IIT FRIDAY MnRNINO, AT CHARDOX, "Jeauga County, Ohio, Ojict directly cvr le Drug Store qj Coil Jr 11am iltun, west ndt of the 1'ubUc Svuare. T ERMSi If paid in advance, $1 SO If nut pii.l wniiin the year, 2 00 JVAII kin I of merchantable product taken in pavmfnt, at the market price. ,No paper diMcoui ni'icii until all arrearages are paid, except at the optioii of the I'ublisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. I, on. Advertisements will be inserted aa fol low: SO c:. a a. i I'm, lira' insertion each sub reqient insertion. 2't cts. n square. H A n-F.tr men is will be inserted at Ihc following rals: One tjquare tlir,-e insertions, fl 00 " " t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 18 March 1859

Who Killed the P. O. Appropriation. The Democratic paper ars in great trib ulation as to who they shall charge with lim ing killed the pott office appropriation liill. The facte are as follows : The Senate passed the post office appropriation bill and the post route bill, providing for new mail routes. On this till the pro slavery msjoiity foisted a provision rais ing post age to five cents oij letters, and' to n much greater extent on newspapers. The House passed the post office bill with soino unobjectionable Amendments, which Kent it to the Senate for concur rence. Tlve Senate, to coerce tho House into raiswg the postage, then put the came provision into the post office bill, calculating that although the House might let the mail route bill fail rather tliaa submit to an increase jn price of postage, it would consent rather than do icfit the postodice appropriation. On the reappearance cf tho bill in tho House, Mr. Grow raised the objection that the Semite had exceeded its consti...

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. — 18 March 1859

SPECIAL NOTICES. ord WTO J L'STICLS. A copy of the Into edition of Wotren'g "Criminal Law mul Forms," a very vnlunbls work fur Justices, rnn be had rtf tlia Pub lisher's price, by applying at THIS OFFICE. SCHOOL UX AM INCH'S NOTICE. Tho Hoard rf f thonl Examiners of Geauga Ccmnty j will hold their mxl Mooting on F R 1 U A Yi the 1st of April, 1j9, SI Chardon. Tho hour it TEN o'clock A.M. J. O. WORRALLO, Clerk. Mnr. IS, 1819, 47'J-3w ARH YOl? MCK Then yon rnn't be cured too soon. Don't delay until your complaint is incurable, nnd then mourn when it ia t io lute. Four-tilths of till tho disputes which peoplu the church-yard, ininht ho cured hy Aycr's Cathartic Fills, if taken in Reason. Don't bo drawing through the Sjirini;, faint, sleepy and listless, be oni'so vour blooil ia loaded wi'h bile. Don't wear tlie li rln.-hrt lu.nrihiiri, nn.l tlii'ii bin.lied ill .4 ?rs. bireauso vour h.-r-aii-:,i vour stomach is fold. Don't pa'ado yourself urouiid the world, covered with pimples, blotch...

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. — 18 March 1859

Farmers' Department. From the Pittsburgh Christian Advocate. New Rochelle, or Lawton Blackberry. lnc'TuH Vn furnished yu n ur ticlu last sijiintf nu the abovo mimed fruit, giving art account ol its origin, clinrsctrris- tic, or tlio plant ami n un, me sun u wmcii it it adapted, n season of hearing, and Its extraordinary nrMifuciivoness Tlio past toaann lias done, much to establish tlio repu tation of this rotnarkiihlo fruit, Wheiever it has bueti cultivated, as fur as wo liavo heard, it lias not only given untiro satisfac tion, hut i-K-cedud all that liui hoeti said in its furor. Many ho at first looked on it with distrust, louring it was amithor Monti vwlttcaulis humbug, and would not touch it, nre now convinced of its grout worth, arid are going into its cultivation vory extonsivo Jy. It his beou imibfactorily tested in this neighborhood, and most triumphantly sus tainod its high reputation. A groat number of persons visited our grounds lint summor during the fruiting stiasnn, amo...

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. — 25 March 1859

0ntan attmiftvm J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 UlccMji Xcwopopcr, Pcuotcb to tljc Dissemination of Kcpnblican flrtiu.pte, Situation, tmptraiut, Citcratnrc, Ctfiricuttnrc, onb tljt Xtwa of tlje Dog. TERSTS $1,50 per Annum. VOL. X., NO. 12. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1859. WHOLE NO., 480. HL)t Jcffcroonian Democrat 13 PUBLISHED EVRI1Y FIIIDAT MOIINIMO, AT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. Cjict directly ovtr the Drug Slnrr oj Conk Ham Utuiit west side of the Tubite Square, T E It M Si If paid in advance, f 50 If not paid within tho year, 2 HO tT All kinds of merchantable produce taken in payment, at tliu market price. .No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at tho op:ion of tlio Publisher. RATES OK ADVERTISING. Lmal Advertisements will be inserted ns fol lows: "iO els. a sfpnro, first insertion; each sub sequent insertion, it.'i cts. a square. U.;sii,:ss Advkrc SiMtsrs will bo inserted at the following; rates: Una Square three insertions, $1 00 tw...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 25 March 1859

The Right View of the Washington The Right View of the Washington Tragedy. Tlie i'timiner, a weekly paper of New Yoik city, hiiJ ho organ, we believe, of the Baptist ClnUtihiis, discusfintf tlic ?icIt" cafe, sh): Wo legar.l them nil, in the different pari lli'-y acted in tragedy of blood, ns alike guilt? ol (lie gruvesi tu ciimca, and hh alike 'meriting llio condemnation bo h ol hesven and enrth. If there is any distinction to be allowed between the three, it Unoi in fiivor of the assassin's victim, but raiherfor the' young and gid dy wife mimed Hi aixteen, with no preparation lor her position; the spoiled child ol society the pupil ai welt as the companion of a libertine husband; the xinw itched Hnd unconnselled belle at Washington, fluttered by American sena tors and lnrr-ign diplomats; aslnr in those llsulute circles ol lashion nlour national espial, in which is ofien represented the libertiuism of every cuuniry in Christen-: tlom. We conccJe that nuThing ia to be said in vindica...

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. — 25 March 1859

The Trial of the Thirty-Seven. I CUixetis ol Luritio indicted lor rescuing nJ aiding in Ilia ruacuo of the alleguii lave Jolm I'rico, Lm, at (lie urvent re quest of Hie Prosecuting Attorney, been tu over 10 April otb. The adjournment its cost the defence consiJernblu inconve nience, and is regretted by them. To say nothing of other considerations, they do Hot relish the suspense to wlilcli the delay subjects them. If they are to be punish ed, tbey wish to know it, and to be through witb what is before them. Meantime they are perfecting th plan of their defence. Expert lawjeis give them cheerful aid, and it will be singuWr if they do not go into court with their case well made. ; The jury which is to try the first case is already struck, and is geographically, and, so lur as we can learn, politically a singularity. Gathered from the northern ball of Ohio, it exhibits out of the sixteen names on the panel, only on from the Reserve. Taken from a district which numbers tens of thousands...

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. — 25 March 1859

Farmers' Department. Hints for the Season. I. Drained Boils gliould be .lowed as ry at possible; and other Innd, if not Vet. Clay Boils should never be plowed irlien wet," as the lnnd will be filled with lumps during the whole Summer, if this is done, and will bear a sinking resem Llance to a dtserted brick-yard, until the frosts of tbe next winter pulverize them. II. Do not let this month pam before tou have all your fcDces in good order. If this necessary work is left over fur a while, it may Dot be done at all, and great loss will be the result. Poor fences show an indolent farmer, while good ones give evidence of thrift. III. Keep making manure, and com mence carting to the fields where needed, itecollect that much of the Innd in Ohio is exhausted, or never was rich, ami will be benefited by liberal applications from the barn-yard. When manure is wasted, it ii throwing away money, as upon it, iu ma ny cases, depends the number of bushels of wheat or coin you will Luvo for sale i...

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. — 1 April 1859

leffersontan ocrat J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 1 lllcckln Xettjopaptr, Dccottb to t!)c Dissemination of tit-publican Principles, Cbutation, (Dcinpcvaticr, Citcraturr, Ctgricnlhirr, anil !lje SCcmb of tlje Dcnj. TER.1IS $1,50 per Annnnu VOL. X., NO. 13. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL I, 1830. WHOLE NO., 481. Clje Jcffcrsonian Democrat If t tlBl.tSIIKII EVKIlt t-'ltlllAY MuHSISU, AT CH4.RD0.V, Gcauja County, Ohio, i I OJiee dirtclVi nrrr lr Prut Store nl Conk,. Hum- ' UtvH, uiett tide nl the i'ubiic Hunnre. T V II MS- 1 ,. r 1 If paid in alvnnpfl, '" if not pail within the yeu.,- ou i frT All kinds of m-rcliuntuble produco taken in ativment, at tliu market price. Nu paper discontinued until nil arrearages . art uaiJ, except at the opiionof the Publisher. I v , j RATES OF ADVERTISING, i hirt. 1 ;f:h; n " 1 H-tty.n Aivcar s.-.M.-.trs will be inscrtc.l at the following rotes: One riquaro throe insertions. " " two nutans, 11 three months, " " six months, " one year. Half colu...

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. — 1 April 1859

Democratic and Republican Vigilance. On Wednesday o tutu ii uui roadois documentary proof, llii) authority of which lias not been, mill c.iiiunt lie successfully denied, of iliu following fuels : ' ! Tint Messrs. Morgan, K Igm ton ami ull the Democratic executive officers nt the Slnlo knew, in curly as November. lt."it. thut lli 'ii) was a deficit in Iliu Treasury of; wtHr half a iinllimi nl dollars Tli.it, ul tho vury timi', when A ii'litnr : -Miirunti reported in iho Legislature thut there was a tiu'ancn Ml lln Tir, inn y ol sjt-4.. ClI, he wus illegally cnnvoi -ting tiio (sinking Fund, sol apart for tho rititii pttiiii nf the Slate debt into money tn pay tho January 1 intunt. amounting to .4N3. being less! ly ll,'Jwr, thati lio stutud was ui the! Treasury. Tliat. during the whnlo (1f Brosl'm's Inst ! term nf nftico, whilo Auditor Morgan wus ! dlieiuliy reporting Iho Treasury to ho over-1 iiuillE. anil wnell t in i.i mien rrmhl ii. il i .i ,i .. .. : Jiavo been, Inines'ly, at any ...

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. — 1 April 1859

Story of a Mother's Love. Somo tmu luot lull, ttio C'iiu'iiiiiui i Utizrltt' announced tliu hi i est, in K.iniucly, nl an . trooJ woman iiuiuixl Juliet, who ltlt j , bouii purohuiiud liy lliu Key .1 li !'.. i ... auti si ivory laborer in lliu vurv uniiroiniB-1 lug moral vineyard ol Blacken County), ami 1 brought lior in (Ins tttata. Mr. Fou bought woman of hit lailinr, whoso lumily still 1 lt-t of hor desct'tidints in slavery. ' living lo'ur yuara in Ohio, tlio pour' old aoul hoard lust lull time unolhur Kin of her mimur was about in k" to Now Or-j loans, und luko several of liur coil. linn villi ' him. Now this iiiisuiuhlu woniiui hud mivor prupurly conquered hor prejudices, ami a whon lho tiowa cumo ihut hor children, whom she lovod with a leudoi tints almost white, wot lo ho lorn Iroin bur InruviT, sho stole ovor inio Kentucky, and tried to ontioo! thou, to run away. In Konlucky you may go into a school-'War liouse and pistol lliu timelier if you likoi you may joti a moh trying t...

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. — 1 April 1859

Farmer's Department. The Cultivation of the Potato. The proi.'neiion of tlii plnn In", in the greater majority of cnc, failed almost t-ntirely. The grout Mci.t, Imwi-vpr, i because it is nol mnnntnl riolit ; '" ; tins r.ul been prnpt riy riiliivuiei! lit-fnre pluniinjf, find lins not lli-it fnitl-.fnl nnil . necessary iitit nii'in that it sliouM. I linve been connected with that line of Iiumiu'ks for the Inst tilH'cn yeim, nnd linve? sno-! Ceedeil, I think, in iiicoviTini tin- Inst, mode of urowinjj tliis most vnlnnlile plunt. ; An ncre of fjood soil, when propel ly tilled, culit not to produce l- limn two hundred hikI forty bushels. Hiving llio' ground in proper order wln-n they urn to' lie planted, is tin ilea, not to lie overlooked , by lliope who wi-.li o sir-i'i-i-'J well. It nhould be plowed twice beloie the d int- ' ing, the fint time iile.nt the middle of -April, and then lie u n i I about ready to ; plant, when it should be re plowed very, deep. The potatoes should not be p...

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. — 8 April 1859

effet0ontatt emocrat J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 U)ccllB Ncnapapcr, Dcootc) to tlje Dissemination of ntpnbUcan Principle. education, cinpcranct, Cittrotnrr, agrimltnrt, onb t!)f Ktm of tlje Dag. TERMS $1,50 per Anmm. if A. VOL. X., NO. 14. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1859. WHOLE NO., 482. HI)t. JtfFcrsoman Democrat . II rUIMSIIID KVgltY FRIDAY MORNINO, AT CHA.RD0N, Geauga County, Ohio. OJiet dirtetlyMT t Drug Star oj Cok& Hum iitvn, wl side oftkt i1 utile Hiiuart. TERMS. If paid in advance, ' 50 If not pnidwithin the yen,; 2 00 VTA 11 kinds of merchantable produce taken in payment, at the market price. . .Nj paper discontinued until all arrearages tr paid, except at the opiiou of the Publisher. RATE3 OF ADVERTISING. Lkoal AovEBrisBiis.vTS will be inserted aa fol low: 60 cts. a eqilare, lint Insertion; each sub eqaent insertion, 85 eta. a square. Bjsisrss AovsaT.szaEiirs will be ineertcj at tlie following ratees One Square three inscrtiens, ,1 00 " " two mon...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 8 April 1859

Great Volcanic Eruption on the Sandwich Islands—Total Destruction of Islands—Total Destruction of a Village. By way of tl'e San Francisco llernlJ, llonolula d ute i to the I2ih of Fibrmry re received. A territic volcanic eruption iiaa ien place on fiJunu Una. un I. .... fl... ...1...1.. n..,l . . . . j i . I .. nt u.ruuuaing imoniMnrre fiv .ig.nvu up-, And On (lie Gth the sight is described ns ' one ol the most awiitlly Mihlime scenes ' ver witnessed. A person whe visited: tli acene ol il erupiion iives the llono- ' lulu Adeerc'uer a long account of the stale of the country and aiitiourunre nf ih ,,, ' 1 1 crater. e quote : I On the afternoon of our arrival si the! , ! I crimping ground, a new stream atrtin 1 some few miles below the crater, which I tremendous noise nnd fury through the "thick jungle which lay in us truck, burn ing the crp.cklitig trees, n ml sending up tors time n thick smoke nlmosi ns dense its that from the crater. This stream, I from the time it broke away from ...

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. — 8 April 1859

A Mountain of Books. ThB fltato ol Ohio ummttlly upprnpriutos about SJ,UUO (0 ilia purcliasu nt solnml ap paratus, and bunks fur liur Hclmol Libra riot. Tint Utgn amount is rmsnd by tax ol ono-tclilli ot a mill on tint dollur ol the entire propuitv valuation ol ihn Stuio. Un dor Sills law, the Hon, Annul! Smyth, Stuto Coiniiiistionor of Mulionls, aoui'lndtid cm trac, lusi Soptninhor, with thu Messrs. Ap luiuu or Now York City lo supply thu fetuto with hor library books fot'lHGI). Aoc'nr Aiingly, all thu iruo tpaoo on thu Hour ol lliu iminuiiso salesroom ut Appltitnti's is now de cupled by (tront tnasst'Snf ihuso bonks, piled nltdly liku bricks, rondy for puck i tin and aliipmoitt. (In bulk, llioy inoniuro over 25 olrd C(inl8,utid llioy weigh 78 Ions. I'tlod on end, on a shult, in (ho usual m.-innnr, ami its cltisa tngotlier as pnasihlu. tlmy would mi IojiiI front tlm City 11.11 to Union (square, or a disunion of two miles. We uiitiuiatutid "dial Mossrs. Appltilon havo nnldo arranrri...

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. — 8 April 1859

Farmers' Department. "Gather the Bones." A doien or more letter. Iinve accumu lated, matins inauiriea about the value, treatment, etc., of bones. We Imve, In former f ry q here, tiliter o moat all buy no benefit obtained worked in button.. knilo-lianllea and other articles. Thin miiterial com U', tie livcred, 83,75 p-r barrel of about 300 or: i. r. - ...K,l a,.l mi. loom r . " I""" I . number ni.a uiura", miu-u i uostion, 1)111 will sura up a icw mius ,, .i ' - !. I..- We trrmiy m-licve nine . good for alt crop, ami on all n , .oil., a unburned bone.. Wc " Oilier manure. When lmm.-li.Ue is de-ired. w. Use bone sawing,,'"" rAM r-t:... ...t. ...... k. ...... n ... from lactones whore bones nre tract, moi.ture enough i. ? K,''P ''H'nP-.n" I H at 6r.t mingled with four or five l'm,sj its bulk of 6ne dry .urface soil, and well i by mashing and aifiinsf. A band-1 ful of il is Ibcn scattered in the noil in im-1 mediate contact wi.b and around the seed I sown and the roots ol plant, set out...

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. — 15 April 1859

if ftttttUl J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 iDtcklrj JTrwopaptr, DttJotri. to tlje Dioocimnation cf tlrpnbliran Principles, Ctinration, tinprratuf, Citcratnrr, agrituitnrf, anb tlje 2CrtD0 of trje Daji. TERMS $1,50 per Annum. VOL. X., NO. 15. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1859. WHOLE NO., 483. ii in . . . . - i a &lje Jcffcr-oonian Democrat U rOBLISBBD EVERY FRIOAT MORNINO, AT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. OJU iirtetly ever fit Drug Start oj Conk Sr Hum Ulan, ewsl tide of tin r ubi tc Snuart. TERM Si If paid In advance, 1 50 If not pail within the year 2 00 jr All kinds of merchantable produoe taken in aymant, at the market price. ,No paper dic jnunuod until ell arrearage! art paid, except at the up.ioii of the Publisher. RATE3 OF ADVERTISING. Lmil AovmriEtE!rs will beinjie fo' aw') e'.i . a i i'e, (irsi Insertion; each sub eenasat imertion, 11 CM. a square. B A:vcir liHt.ira will be Inserted at (be following rat.'S: One Square three interliM, w " two months, "...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 April 1859

Another American Triumph. We have had frequent occasion recent ly to speak of the success o! llio Atlantic Monthly. We have been prompted to do this from an honest pride nt the sc eoaiDlishroent. not only of our own. but, believe, of a national desire, lo see our periodical literature vindicated (rom the j charge our English brethren have so often , brought against il, tliHt it cannot ascend ! above the level of love-sick sloiies and aentiraenlul pietry, because our reading publia can appreciate nothing better. Many an attempt has been made toes-; tablish something similar to the high ton ed periodical of England, and as often as each attempt has failed, the voice of ex-j ullation Irom tbe English press haf been, loud, and the cry raised that we citn't do il. Well do we reateuiber this when Put- w ... i, j nam Mommy was eompeneu to gift), vay, in which we thought we had found a reputation of the established English 1 : 1 - ... U..t ... ... n opinion in regard to us. But we cm now , ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 April 1859

The Grand Result in Connecticut. Tha vote of Connecticut on (he 4th was llie. largest tf enst nt A Slate eloc lion, ihe-louij biinyr 78,490. In 1858 ii mounter! to 70,187. .In lMC7 there were onlj 62,908 Vtiles given. Tim Presiden tial vole in 1 856 Wan 80.325. Mr. Buck iniihtim's plurality (or Ouvernor Mow is 1932. Mm vole has increased from 3(5, 298 in 1858 to 40.21 1 in 1869. which shows thai the Republican parly is in h sound and growing condition in Old Con necticut. 'Pi . n i i ' I ..i o o . i u in iuuut;iiiia ti'Aicu oi'ii 'iivi 9. ... 1 . , ., , ins ueniocrrtts o. ui me inemiHTS oi the House 123 are Republicans, and 109 Democrats. The Republicans lirtve good working majorities in both h-muches. The grnnd swfk-p whs made tn tho election of' Members of Ctngressr,' the Republicans gaining two members. In the 1st District, Loorni, Kepiiblican, is elected by C5 ni nj.irity. The vole stood Lonruis 9.UG5, Hyde 9,(100, Clmk 201. Clark was a sort of Aniurican Kepublicno member of the...

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 April 1859

From the Brooklyn Daily Transcript of April 14th. Temperance Speech. There are now being held temperance meeting netni monthly, at the Cooper Institute in New York, for which Mr. Cooper baa freely given the hall. On lest Wednesday tvtoiiiif, James A. Brioos, Esq., of tliis city nvtdetlio follow ing eloquent address, which we think to well worth reporting for our columns : Ladiks and Gentles!- .---We have together this evening for a high and holy purpose. We have met as friends of Temperance, to aid the good cause, and to promote its benefits among men. I We may not b all agreed as to the meant to be used to abolish Intemperance, but I w are all a-reed as to the great end to j be accomplished. Soma may believe that moral suasion-thai the law of kind- ness. have done their work ; that argu-1 ment, I n,i f o ami m - ntim nun ifiinuii. ntiu i uvo, ....v. r is n are exhausted, and are powerless' Others may look to a Prohibi for good tory Lsw, as the only means to ho used to advance the T...

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