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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 11 January 1861

lefferaoman J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 51 tUecklu Ntwcpaptr, Dtuottb io tlje DifiBtmination of Rrpubliran Printtplts, Cbncaticn, tmpfranft, Citrratnrf, Ctgritnlturr, an& tljt Nttua of tt)c Dub. TERMS--$1,50 per Jnann. VOL. XII, NO. 2. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY. JANUARY 11, 1801. WHOLE NO., 574; il)e Jfffcracnian Dtmocrat I PUBLISHED EVBttY FRIDAY MORKIKO.AT CHARD05, Geauga County, Ohio. iircctlf over t, Drug Start oj Conk ,, tU, wtil ndt of tkt ruiite 4aar. TERMS! If paid In advance, '.il 50 If not paid within the year, 2 00 CTAII kind of merchantable produce taken in payment, at the market price. -V,. .1: :i -n tie m rr., wsuiuuiijw unui an arrearages paid, except at the option of the Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. LtotL Advertisements will lie inserted as fol lows: 50 cts. a square, first insertion; each, sub eqaent insertion, 25 cts. a square. Business Advertisements will be inserted at aba following rates: Op Squaro three insertions, 1 00 ' " two months, 2 25 "...

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. — 11 January 1861

JULIurb.C0NVERSF7Editer7 CfliHDON, OHIO, FRIDAY. JAN. 11, I SOI. JrOurfiuTfoLogiiluturo assembled on Monday. Wo have rocoivod Qo Dennlson's Message, but. owing to It, ongli,( musl tWer in ublica'.',oll until next week. It i. Message worthy of tlio Clitof Maaistrnto of D sUCM nd prosporous Stato of Ohio. Mr. Lincoln's Cabinet. The New York TViJune, from the loirit nnd beet information il hat obtoined, thinks the Cub Inet of Mr. Lincoln wilt be nr follows: Stntr WILLIAM Jl. FF.WARD, of N. Y. Trntury SALMtlN I. CHASK.ol 'Ohio. Jtfn Or. EDWARD BATE, ol Mo. Wm'r- SIMON C AMK'tON. of i'cnn, iejf UOHKUT E. SCOTT. ofVn. Jnttrinr WILLI AM A. OffAHAM.nf N. C i. M. Gra. GIDEON WELI.Lis.ofConr.. The TV linn eaya Mr. Seward hat accepted llie appointment of Secretory ofState, and speaks tiiu of Got. Chase: At for Mr. Clime, there can he no question hit appointment to tlio Trensury would be boiled by the whole country with unanimous approval lie it not only one of the very ablest, lint ono of the ...

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. — 11 January 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. f&' Vlio Annuel Convention of III Editor! end Publlsbors of Ohio will be bold at PainetTlllo, oo Wednesday noit. V-Mooting of tbe Literary Sootot; next Friday evening. Field Moths That genial and long-llmo Ohio Editor, S. D. II irris, of llio Ohio Cul tivator, but iiaudd a new quarto paper, en titled ''Field Notoi," a chronicle of ont door affairi relating to farm and Hold. Tho ad vance copy before ai li printed admirably. and isaltogotlior ft handsome ipeetnion of family journal. Tbo Cultivator will horo after be lnued monthly, iuitoad of lomi monthly, ai heretofore WrTha Oil discoveries arc wonderful. Almost rvxrv dsv a new navine Well is sinned. J. F. Aapeftmd Jas. Parks have recently commenced uiupii on t!i innu of llio Inner, witlii:: 7 miles (run warren, and nave a very nattering pruspm-i. I'roauet of len hours pumping, 40 barrels. Tho till fever is raging among all classes. Oil on the brain is a common complaint. Warrm Don. Painesville and Hudson Rail Roa...

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. — 11 January 1861

A NEW YEAR'S REFRAIN. Once mora, one more, O trionds of yore t n HQ DMKon urigus nu ui iiiuuiuy, Vf pledge) with ohoor the parting J oar, Though tears oar eyes bo dimming. W qoaff. at last, to pleasures pMiod ; ' To wisdom hsoply tanght ai Or Mil, or iwoei,' to guido our foot, To many blessings brought utj To tlmo we drink, upon whoso brink, With faltering steps, we lingor j And boldly Al! to memory still. Whoa bopo withdraws her Dngor. We All to those whose doop roposa We all must soon be sharing f To those who Uiod in life's full prido, To hearts of noblest during ; Till to the old, the strong, the bold. The young, the fair, the gifted t To them be poured, round sorrow's board, Whore Lore's riob wine is lifted. O, fairer far thnn evory star, That flocks tho midnight spaces, Tbey soem to riso with their bright oyoi And never-fading faces. We sigh; not now that o'er each brow. Time's wintry flukes aro falling J Nor. that we hoar moro plain oncri year, Tho last, sad summons calling; ...

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. — 18 January 1861

.saw 4ki ttt0.C?tt J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor, 21 iTJccklji 2Cttu8papfr, Dfccitii to t !;e Dissemination of tttpnbliran prinriplro, Cimcation, Otmperantt, C'tttratnrc, Clgricalttire, an th,t 3N"etu0 of tlje Darj. TERMS-$1,50 per Annum. VOL. XII, NO. 3. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUiNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 18C1. WHOLE NO., 575: $!)t Jcffcrson'tan Democrat M PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOHKlNG. A CHaBDON, Geauga County, Ohio. l?r directly over tt Drug Store qj Cuo $ Ham Uton, meet tide of Ike Pu'Am ilnuart. TERMS. If paid In advance, $1 50 tf not paid within the year..... . 2 00 yAll kinds of merchantable product taken in payment, at lha market price. ,No piper discontinued until all arrearages at paid, except at the option of the Publisher. RATES OK ADVERTISING. LtaiL Advertisements will be inserted ai fol Uws: 50 cts. a square, first insertion; each sub Mauent insertion. 25 cts. a snuare. Busticss ADVkarist uxvti will b Inserts. at lha following rt.;n One Squaro three Insertions, $1 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. — 18 January 1861

[Concluded form fourth page.] In roachiug tin. conclusion t havo not bo m unmindful of Iho inconveniences to which it may somotiinos givo riso. Occa sionally it muft doubtless happen that' an OH oniler against Iho local lul and the local ho.icy nf one Stato will escapo punishment y seeking refuge In annthor State. 1 his oriuno, no for or, ooiaiis an cotorminous 8iatoa, and has not beon found to entail Serious mischiof. or to disturb tho harmony of thoir peaceful rotations. Besides, it is infinitely bottor that nn offender should occasionally escape, than that a State should be obligud to rocognuo and enforco tho laws 01 anothor jurisdiction Inconsistent with nor own policy, and contrary to the gonur.it usages of mankind. Every rulo must he tnoro or less Imperfect, but the ono which has seeinod to mo to bo contemplated bv the Constitution ilsolf, is, perhaps, as l.iult losi as any that could bo dovisod. It accord3 with tho principles of natural justice, tlio obligations of good neigh...

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 January 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. Festival and Pomological Exhibition. V had the pleasure of attending tb Fcttival ami Pomological Exhibition tt ClnriJon, on Thursday of lait week, and wer amply repaid for our time. Tin arrangements were perfect; every thing teemed to pas off to the accept nee of the hrge number in "attendance; and the opinion was general that the peo ple of Claridon know well how to render auch occasions interesting and profitable. The exhibition of applet was large nnd inperior. Some of the exhibitors brought from thirty to forty varieties. We hope to obtain the report of the Committee in time for our next issue. Juagt! Cnnfield, Mr. Storrs, of Paines ville. Judge Taylor, and others, addressed the people present, in the Afternoon. Their remarks were well received, and terved to increase the good fueljr.g which prevailed. la the evening, speeches were made by John 11. French, Eq., of the Paineaville I'rtst and AJvertiter.nntl oursel '.followed by a discussion on the subject of Grap...

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 January 1861

[Continued from first page.] two oilier couuliet have ka aggregate of 420,263,767. ' ( 1 As r lsrj;e portion of this value id (Tic canal counties has arisen from the exist ence of the ennuis, to their destruction would seriously depreciate the same, and the basis of taxation being correspondingly lessened, the burdens of the public; debt and ihe ordinary expenses of the govern taient would thus be proportionally in creased upon the remaining properly of me estate. Whether a sale can be made on such terms as will secure to the people the full use of these publio works is a question which addresses itself to the CM-eful consideration of tho General As sembly. me report 01 the Hoard or i'nbiic Works and the Auditor of State contain many facts connected with this subject that will aid in your investigations. So largo an interest, involving so important questions of public policy, and such vast pecuniary results should not be disposed of without the matuicst consideration. After giving t...

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 January 1861

J.' 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 tUccklc NttDBpaptr, Dtnottb to tl;e DisBcmtnatioit oC tttprtbltcan printiplfs, C&oration, finprratuc, Cittratore, Sgrifultart, onb tlje Xtrofl of tt)t Dan- TER3IS$1,50 per innnm. ... . VOL. XII, NO. 4. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1801. AVnOLE NO., 57G. Crje Jtfferaoutan Dtmotrat It ptBttinKi) evkht friday iicnKiKa, at CHaRDON, Geauga County, Ohio. IPre rcry ever r.W Drug Slort of Cook& 11am ittun, well eidi of the 1'ubite Square. TE R MSi If paid in advance, 50 If a.n paid within the year, -v 9 00 ' 3rAII kind of merchantable produce taken in payment, at the market price. aNa paper discontinaed until atl arrearage! re paid, excopt at the option of the I'ublisUer. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Leant Advertisement, will be inserted at fol low: 50 cts. a square, first insertion; eaclt sub M atent insertion, 25 eta. a square. - Bosivws Ant'ERTiSEMCNTi will be Inserted at the following rateai One Square three insertion!, " " two mont...

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. — 25 January 1861

. JULlWo7cbNVEE5B7Edltor. CniRDOK, 0010, FRIDAY. JAN. H, ISul. News of the Week. Tlie Georgia Cor.vention patted brdinance of Secession, on Saturday last, by a TtJfe of 203 to 09. Five Cotton 8tatei now consider themselves out of the Union. . . Mississippi has undertaken to blockade Ibe Fatbcr of Waters by planting cannonl t V'rtksberf , and nuking nil boats that fat give an account of themselves. Tho bill for tho admission of Kansas hat pasted the Senate, with amendments. The Receding States are to hold a Con vention at Montgomery, Ala., on tho 4th of next month. Hod. Lot M. Morrill, late Govornor of Maino, hat boon choton U. S. Senator from that Stato, to (ill tho unoxpirod term of tho Viee President elect. Too nomination of Mr. Holt for Socrotary f War, has boon 0011 firmed by tbo Sonata, by a vote of 89 to 13. Hon. Honry 8. Lino, nowty-oloctod Gov. ernor of Indiana, has boon choton U. 8. Senator by the Legislature of that State, in place ol O. II. Fitch, whoso lorm oxpircs on th...

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 January 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. Correction. II aeemt there ware errori in our notice of the remark of Iter. A. Norton, At IluoUburg, respecting the rumored nation of Senator Wade. A corres pondent, "Alpha," who 1 wai present, art: Nothing wai said In the preface or lermon, In reference to the rumor. He did not ihj he bad no reason to doubt (ta troili. lie did not refer to villainous con ptralori at Washington. Dut, after the closing service was through, all but pro nouncing the benediction, there was an appointment announced for a prayer-Hireling that evening; whereupon the speaker exhorted hit brethren to piay fervently, dis., for there was , much need of p-iyer at the present time; and then re ferred to the rumor, which he hoped was pot true, but said, if it were, it was only In keeping with the spirit of Slavery, die. Geauga Free Agricultural Society. At the Annual Meeting of the Geauga Free Agricultural Society, held in Clari don, Jan. 2 lit, 1861, the following per tons were elected Officers ...

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 January 1861

The Pomological Fair. We copy from the Palnosvillo rrett and Jliverliier, whoso senior editor was mom bar o( the Committee appointed lo examine sad report upon tho Fruit oihibitod t tho Pomologies! Fair at Claritlon, tlie following; List of Fruit, Report of Iho Committed, and Loiter from Wilton I LIST OF FRUIT EXHIBITED. Ersstns Speneor, Claridon R. I. 0'ocn In Baldwin, Roihurj Russet, Peck's Pleasant. Dotroit Rod. D. D. Ladd, Claridon Itoxbtiry Russet. It. I. Qrr-otiing, Esoput Spilionburg, round tjweet, Fall Pippin. W. Warrinor, lUmdon R. I. Greening. Baliimoro, Baldwin, Rockromaiti, Spilxon burgh, Penuock. riiilo Rood, Claridon Sweet Russot, But tnont, Sooilnppod Gilliflowor, Bultnnoro, R. JL Greening. Long Island Ureoning, Spitxou burg, Rambo, Tulpuhockon. M. 8. Jewett.Thompson Groonmg.TJulti tnnro, Pock's Pleasant, Blnck Gillillnwor. Bomanito, Rockromuiii, Roxbury Russot, Spitxouburg, Es( Top. Joremluli Nvo, Thompson- Wcsiflold Book no-furtl.or.'Richflold Nonosuch. IVck's Pleas...

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 February 1861

effet0oman tvxotv J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. tthckIB N cuispaprr, Dmtfb to tlje'Disacmination of lit pnbliran PrintipUj, C&ncation, cmpcrancf, Citeratnrf, a9rifnttnrc, anb tlje Ntwo of tljt DoC. TERMS-$1,50 per Inoain. VOL. XII, NO. 5. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FJUDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1801. WHOLE NO., 577. M)e Jrfferoonton Dtmocrat t rCOLISnKO BVEBr MIOAY MORKlrVQ.jtT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. 0r 4irc(y ever Me ? i'fore oj Conk & Hum illvn, mil side oIA fiiic k'uuaro. TERM Si If piiJ In advance, (1 50 Ii" not paid within tlio year, 2 00 lyAll kinds of merchantable product token in Baytnent, at the market price. No paper discontinued nntil all arrearages art paid, except at the option of the Publisher. - RATES OF ADVERTISING. LteiL AoTtaTisEME.tTS will he inserted as fol lows: 50 eta. a aquare, Tint Insertion; each sub sequent inwrtiou, 25 eta. a square. Buatxm ADVEa-isEMmrs will be Inserted at She following rates: One Square three insertions, (I 00 " " two months, 2 25...

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 February 1861

JOIIUS 0."C0NVERSE7l:dit0r7 .WMOnioi rriiiDAY .VtO.'ijsrir Kansas & State. Tb KtDIAI BiM (,.. 0(l Ilnu,,,, I bf Congress, 0B j becomo a law. Thui bm ' enaw io long and angry controversy bo- twecn tVoedom nod Slavery In that unfor tun&ts Territory. Lot us njoico that tho conspirators against Kansas liaro boon bkfildd, tad justice, long withhold, at lnt Gaoled out by hor admission at a Frou Stated One More State in Rebellion! . Tho Contention of Louisiana passed the Ordinance tf Sucession on Saturday last, but If mombort voting ngainst it. A motion rdo to submit it to tho peoplo, but was dofostud. One More State in Rebellion! The Cleveland Fugitive Case---Lucy Taken Back into Slavery. The case of tho fugitive slave Lucy caraa up for final hearing, beforo Com missioner White, on Wednesday week, and was decided in favor of llic claimant. The counsel for tlio defence having failed to procure the expected testimony to prove that Lucy was talien by her mis tress to Beaver, were com...

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 February 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. Our Representative. an interesting little work entitled 'Sketches of llie Senators end Represent atives in Iho Fifty-Fourth General Assem bly of the Slate of Oliio," by W. Cooper, Esq., we tale tbe following ekelch of our Representative, PETER HITCHCOCK. Oobiiri. County sands to roproaont hop. it eon of the Into vonornhlo Judge of tlio Su premo Court, Potcr Hitchcock, boarlng tho natno of hit fattier. Thoso who remo.nbor the Jadgo.will not rocngnuo him in tho ton, wbo it a good follow in hit way, liut at trior eurtal at hit father wm grave Ho It S foot 4 Indict high, and weight 130 pound, of fair completion, vory aetivo tempnratnent and jovial deposition now 43 years old. li s pnronts woro both natircl of Cheshire. Now Huron County. Connecticut, buttottlod tt nn early day, in B jrton, Geauga County, r:-v; ' ? lom a..,: i:;:-1:; -1- Ulit (o boliovo in tbe CongrfK::?ioiiiil Church, and Whig party In politics, and educated at tho Erie Literary Society's Academy, In Bur...

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 February 1861

Interesting Letters from Kansas. tWaara permitted by Mr. B.A Parker, of Mun on, to mska the following Interesting extracts from letters recently received from his son. Thomas A. Parker, who resides at present, in Spring Hill, Johnson Co., Kausas : Ed. Dux. 1 have teen reports In the Tribune and various other papors.about tlio depredations which Montgomery and his men havo been guilty of committing. 80 mo of those tulns re almost wholly without foundation, and. indeed, are all Julio. Montgniiioroy's resi dence Is 35 or 40 milos from hcre.aud thero re many here who know him, and know, too, what he has done Irt the way of mob bing, !n iho last six months, lo tnorit such n wide-spread fame through Iho press. And Just now, while I writfl, another paper (the Dtmoclal) comes In, loadud with tiuwt from Kansas, all of which Is to much exaggerated that, to ono knowing tho facts, as wo profess (0 know them, thuro tooms hurdly truth enough In its ttatomonls to bo recognized us tbe tame talo. Th...

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 February 1861

v J. 0. COM ERSE, Proprietor, 21 Uhcklrj NcMpaprr, Dnjotrb to tlje Disfetnination of Htpubliton Printiples, CbnfatioJi,tmpcrantt, Cittratur., Igritnltnre, an ti)c Nto( trje Dan. TERMS$1,50 per Anoam. wtmt VOL. XII, NO. C. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1801. WHOLE NO., 578. $l)f Jtffcrsoman Democrat is r troLisncn eveut mimay mciimno.at CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. CJr, iirtctln mr l.tt Drug Store t Coo J- flum i(f, .f ltd, ojth I'ubiii Uvuart. TERMS. t' ?iA In advance, 50 It nut paid within the rear 2 00 tJ All kinds of merchantable produce taken in ferment, at the market price. No paper discontinued until all arrearages re paid, except at the option of the Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 va riiBHKMTs will be inserted na fol lewst 50 ct. a square, first Insertion; each sub sequent insertion, 21 ct. a square. BtniMes Aovktiunxiits will be Inserted at thelotluwin; rates: One Square three insertions, tl 00 ' " " two months, 2 2 J " three month, 3 00 " eu 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. — 8 February 1861

.r r - -t. JULIUS 0. CPU VERSE, Editor. CHARDOJI, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEB. o, 1SC1, Position of the President Elect. The .Washington corrospor.uont f the Kew York Iftrttld learns f;om a nonlloman who hai recontly had un Itilorviow with Mr. Lincoln at lprinjinold, Hist Iho lultor, In discussing the existing stuto of sffairs, said ; l will suffer death before I will con tent or advise my friends to consent to . any concession or Compromise, whioh look like buying the privilege of Liking Eossessioft of the Government to which we ave a Constitutional right; bcoauso what ever I might think of the merit of Iho va rious proposi lions before Congress, I Bho'd regard any concession in the fnce of men ace as tho destruction of tho Government itself, and a consent on fill hands that our System shall be brought down to a level with Uio existing disorganised state of affairs in Mexico. Rut this thing will here after be, as it is now, in the hands of tho teop!e; and if they desire to call aConven- ' ti...

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 February 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. JJ Carefol WITH Voor FlRM.Tll6 dcttrucllve fire in Palneaville forcibly To triindt ul of the dancer of such naini.. ph. in Chardon. ' With neither nor rc.crvoira, how would we be prepared lo meet it, thouid il ever occur? 1 a fire break out in Rny of the building on the west tide of the. Public Square, eome of which are like huge tinder-boxes, and It it doubtful whether any obstacle could be Interposed to its progress, Until it had laid tlia entire village in ashes. Too much care cannot be taken to avert so calamity. Ore a JtlT Gen. S. C. Poraeroy ncknowlcdgps l piivato letter, the reieipt of a contrib- ti -or, to lue Kansas Relief Fund from ,. village EcLool, and adds : "Whtn iLt jouth of our country manifest such e-jeapatliy and benevolence, we have reason lo hope for noble things from their future career. Wo are rejoiced that you re under such healthful influences." JWOur wide-awake friends Wilkins A Killey are now fairly located in their eomnaodious New Store.nn...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 8 February 1861

[Concluded.] Thirdly. While t think lout Conirress l.tt exclusive nd sovereign authority lo legislate on nil subject whatever, in llie Common Territories of (he United Slates; and while I certaiuly shall never, directly or indirectly, give my vote to es'ablish or auction slavery in such Territories, or anywhere else in the world, yet the ques tion what constitutional laws shall at any time be passed in regard lo the Territories, is. like everv other Question, to be deter mined on nraotical around. I voted for enabling acta in the cases of Oregon, Min nesota and Kansas, without being able to ecrare In them such provisions as I would tVave preferred, and yet I voted wisely. Ro now, 1 am well satisBed, that, under existing circumstances, a bnppy and sai Isfactory solution of the difficulties in the TemaiDing Territories would bo obtained by similar laws, providing for their organ isation were otherwise practicable. If, therefore, Kansas were admitted as a State, under the Wyandotte Con...

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