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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 February 1861

J&tnwtx&t. 0ttutn J. 0 CONVERSE, Proprietor. 3 iDcfklg tfeuupapfr, Dtottb to tl,e Dimmination of IttpublUan Principlt., Citation, tmptrance, CUtrainrf, ajriftiltr(, anb th. Nct of th,e BS. TERMS$1,50 per Jimum, VOL. XII NO. 7. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1801. WHOLE NO., 579. the JefTcrsouian Dtmatrai U rOBLISHSD BTBRT PB1DAT MOHSIKO, AT CHARDOJT, Geauga Connty, Ohio. Ofc, 1irMl9 ewr tk. Drug Sl,r, oj Conk W Hen, i fiitt oftk, PWe 4rt. TERM Si If p it!) In advance, i 50 II iWl paid within tha year 8 00 7All kinds of mefahantabls produce taken in payment, at the market price. 'Nil nun .1 i ....... 1 1 1 . .11 .11 I w 1 i oisLviiwimu umiii nit arrearages paid, ezcopt at (be option of the Publiaher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. L.I04L Advkbtisrmekts will be inserted a. fob ! M et. square, first insertion; each sub sequent Insertion, 25 eta. a square. 8usies- Advbtisem--ts will be Insert! at the following rotnr. One Square three inaertione, tl 00 " 14 two montha,...

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 February 1861

The English Press on the American Crisis. The concession of the poioii of difference j Ibe otie section or tho other U tho ono only condition on which tho Union can be tcCDnitrirctodv Such concession is now no longor eipcctcd of ibe Froe, States, and it tea alurnyt abiunt lu i.nagine it. Tho ques tion now i whether such concession will bo agreed to by .io Slavo States ai tbo only altcroativ,, to subjugation by conquest ? It is bc'.ter to face iho truth of tbo case, after wbat we have toon of the mischief that eomes of covoring it up for supposed pru dential roaiona. What la tho prectio nnture of the con cession toe ooum rout, mako in tlio cato supposed ? The anawer it given bv the do tnands alio made upot. the North. Tho whole Uulon haa borno tho discredit and moral and material injury of being n slavo boldifig nation, while, umo-tonl'.is of tlio nation hold no slaves, and disapproved tho Inititution. The aim of the recent election waa to got rid of the disrar-j And injury by taking...

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 February 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. Kansas. Mr. 0. M. Pboipii o( Notion, li now In Ib1 County, soliciting contributions for tho relief of tbe pooplo of Kansas, and Intends to visit all (bote towns that bar not already contributed. Auburn bat contributed (116, In hoi clothing. monry Soma young la lioi of thii riling aro cir culating a lubtei Iptlon paper, which li being tMimorouitr signed. Trie suffering peoplo of Kansas tnpoal lo nt fr luimodiato .aid. Let them not appeal In rain i ft- Wo learo that, at Hid mooting of tho etoclbflldors of tbe Puinoivllla and I.'dlon Railroad Company, held In l'ninosvilld, on tho 4 b lint., tbo old Board of Oflicors woro re elected. f Tbo Lake County Court nf Common deal li now In losslon at I'jiuoivillo, Judge Wilder presiding. t& Mooting of tho Literary Society this (Friday) evening. Tho following notice thnutd hare boon published last wock, but camo too lato. A rare muaioittl ontertuinmont la expected at (be proposed Convention: Musical Notice. The UniiM Musical...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 February 1861

Death the King of Prussia. Th TW.onia bring! u the Intelligence of tie dvftth of the old King, of Prussia, ho for year hai been an almost help less invalid, and whose decease will there fore, create no surprise. Tho late King Fredrick William IV. wu bora Oct. I5th, 1796. to bi youth be took an active part in the campaigns gainit N;,oieon, and became familiar wi h Tnj of the most dislinuished men d iiia ase. including Humboldt, for whom ba formed a atronz persons! friendship. Ilia first Dolilical appointment wat that of Governor of Pomerania. He exhibited liberal tendencies and attained consider able popularity among hif people. Hi father. Frederick William III., lived to a good old age; so it waa not until 1840, when forty-five years old, that the ubject of this notice ascended the throne. The first ten years of bis reign were troubled. The Polish conspiracy in 1 046, which threatened his eastern possessions. was followed by the memorable difficulties of 1848. The French revolution ...

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. — 22 February 1861

JfiOl J. coam,rn,,rirt.r. VOL. XII, NO. 8. . wy, Dis,miatl CHARDON, GEAUGA printlf COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY, 6(mptant(i .t(roinrfi at7 FEBRUARY 1801. - - Sf , TEItMSil,50 perinnnm. wije-jfUtraoman Dfrnotrnt CHAEDOU, Geauga County, Ohio. ffirirn9 wr , ?(,. oj Co f Vm llon,lni$elht fubUeHvuari. ' TERMBi f piid In advance, a; so I nut paid within the year....... .. .... 2 00 Mr A II kinds of merchantable produce taken In payment, at tha market price. ''No pnper discontinued until all arrearage! i 1" -. "w opiMu ui uie i uuusner. RATES OF ADVERTISING. I n """"Msns will be inserted a fol "q"ro, nrst insertion; each sub quant inseninn. ar . . . ' Business ADKRTis,ETi will Us JnsorttJ at the following ratesi One Square three insertions, ft) 00 m u ,w" months, sjj " three monthe, 3 00 " six months, , 00 , on? rear,; 6 00 Hair column six months, ijoo " " one year. ... 18 00 Una column six months, 90 00 " . " one year, 40 00 Mr Business Cards of not over 6 lines, for one year i aa ' ; 'Advertisem...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 22 February 1861

The Jeffersonian Democrat JUtluTTcOHVEESETEditor. CHARDON, OHIO, FKIDAY. FEB. , Progress of the President Elect. Mr. Lincoln'! journey hat, tlius far, t B eon,i'..tted oration. At all Iheprin eip11 '.'.opplng places, lie it greeted by thjOstuds, of ', parlies, t tight !o caleli a gVimpte of (he President elect, and tnani ' fet Ibe love and celeem with which they regard bim. We witnessed the reception ' at Cleveland, and we venture to say it has i never been excelled in enthusiasm by any publio demonstration in thai city. The street on either aide of the Wcddell House, was thronged by a dense mass of people. Mr. Lincoln was welcomed on the balcony of the Wed doll House, by I. U. Masters.Prctidentof the Council, in be- ialfof the city eutborittea, and by Judge Andrews, in behalf of the citizens, and, in response to both, tpcAe as follows : Mr. Chairman and Follow Citixont of Clovo laod and Ohio :--Vo have bud a very in clement attorn jon. Wo havo Ijoon march Injln proc.M jion for abou...

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. — 22 February 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. Poisoning Case, Suicide and Sudden Death in Russell. Oa Wednesday of fast week, Theodore Wyko(r, of Russell, a young nan about tO yean of age, administered a doie of trychoine to liii mother, who wai Insane, and then committed suicide. Fortunittely, the dose of etrychnine was 10 large that It acted at an emetic, and was time pre vented from proving fall. The manner in which be committed tuiuide was very lingular and distressing. He hung him elf in hie father's barn, by a rope eo ad juated about his neck at not to ttrangle liim, and, while hanging, cut hi lliront from ear to ear, with a pocket knife. The rope was also cut, and, when found, Lt' nrai lying dead on the barn floor. T!,B Caufe nf ho poisoning or suicide ts pt positively knowo, though young Wjkoff It said to haro boon dissatisfied becauso bis father had rceontl ditposod of his farm, and tome bollovo that bo was Insane. On tbo following day, a Mr. Colo, about 40 yeart of ago,' was found dead in a moadow, la...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 22 February 1861

A Story For Boys. -..!, ITliil Stains I.nd Omeot White thnro,a lad. apparently 16 or IT voars of oo. came In and presented certificate of Tony acres of land. I was truck with the countenance and general p poraratrce of the lad, and inquired of him for whom ha was purchssinu land. The rep!? waj: ''tot myself, tir." 2 then Inquired where he had got the lam f tnonof. He answered "I earned It." fooling an Increased desire to know tomo Ihlngj mora aboul the lad, I asked liim wbothor ho had any parent, and whero tboj lived. At that quoition ho took a teal aud save the following narrative I 1 am from Now York State. I havo there Itvini a futbor, mother and livo brothers and sisters. I am the oldost child. Father is drinking man, and otton would rotarn from bis work drunk. Finding father would not abstain from driuking liquor, 1 rosolvod to mako an effort, In lomu way to relieve mother, lister and brotliort from want. After revolving things in my mind, and eonsulting with mothor, I got all ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 1 March 1861

A TOrhlw, lUecklfi Ncnipaprr. Dotb to tl,t Di0.mnation of Republican principles, education, cmpcrontc, Citeratarr, CUnr., ana tl,t Nenia of tl,( Dan. TKRMS.-1,50 prr iDttnm. VOL. XII, NO. 9. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1801. WHOLE NO., 581. )t Jcifersonian Democrat If rcnusiiKn evkiit pniPA v Montana. at CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. t'e iirtclly over te prng Store oj Con am tllvn, ( tide 0A .TiiMic Svuart. TERMSi If paid In advance, 1 50 If not paid within the year, 2 00 tarAll kinds or merchantable produce taken In payment, at the market price. ,No paper discontinued until nil arrearages re paid, except at the option of the Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING, i """tSKMENTs will I inserted ns fol low!: SO cts. a square, lirjt insertion; esch sub sequent Insertion, 25 et. a square. Bisi-tss AiirKRTiuni;.tra will be Inserted at Ihe following ratns: One Square three tn'wrtinns, f 1 00 " " two months, li S " " three months 3 00 M " six months, 4 00 , " " one year 6 00 ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 1 March 1861

JPLIU36rc6NVERSErEtUtorr CHAltPOS, OHIO, FI1IDA Y, MAll. U7 (MWe dovoto to muoU spaoo to Tim movements and tpocohci of t0 Trosiiloiit elect, tbt wo faavo none loft for cnmmont i "nor it comment reqjy.rod. All aro anxious to catch ovory 0rd which falls from llio "P of Mr. Lincoln, (hat may servo to fore shadow tho policy of hit Administration, od wo, therefore, print as ninny of bit poochot ai our liioitod spaco will allow. The President Elect —His Movements and Speeches. ADDRESS OF MAYOR WOOD, OF JKW TOIli;. Mayor Wood said : Mr. Lincoln : As Mayor of New-Votk U becomes my duty to extend to you Hn official welcome in behalf of tho Corpora tion. Jo doing so permit mo to say thai this city has never offered hospitality to a man clothed with mora exalted powers, or resting under graver responsibilities, than those which circumstances have do Tolved upon vou. Comim? into office with a dismembered Government to re construct, and a disconnected nnd. hostile people to reconcile, it will re...

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 March 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. ELECTION OF POSTMASTER. The undersigned recommend a Meeting of (lit Ri publican of Chardon Township, at the Court House, on Saturday, March "ih, at one o' i-loek P. M., fur tlio purpose of selecting by voir, candidate fur rostmaaisr. Ii. . Durfee, A. P. Wilklut, A. Weavsr, C. L. Canfiuld, II. K. Smiih, Jilin Fronch, J. B. Bassott, B. V. Canfield, Mirttn Gray, J. O. Conveise, Win. Roberta, I,. J. Randall, C. W. Muniell, B. ratlin, W. T. Rcxford, E. Barlow", W.T. Rexprd, It Sainnol Squire, . Cowles, R. P. Muniell, P. Chase, E. V.Canfiold, C. A. Biiboa. II. Clark, L. 8. Ayres, A. W. Young, M. Shumwny,. B. imusl Magunigal, T. L. Phipps, W. O. Munsolt, It. Fell, J. Klsilck, Ienry Uiloy, 0. D. Wojdbary, V. Qlnrk, Calvin KnowleJ, M C.Cinfield, C. C. Field. I.. C. Ludlow, VY. N. Kceny, Jude Converse. CharduO, March lat, 194T. r"Wo publish a call to tho Republicans of Chardon Township, to moot a tho Court House, on Satar jay, March fjth, fur tlio pur poso srf choosing by bal...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 1 March 1861

CHOICE VARIETY. Tits Arab's lent It small, but bo has sun Trlw for hit front door. Noni.K spirits rrjoico In Iho eonscloiisnoss or motive bao ooot dolight only In a pretext. Praises tra TutanMo only when thoy joroeTrorn lipt that havo ,ha couragu to fcondomn. Tuts lift contradictions aro many. Bait Water gives ut frosli Ash, and but wordt pro due cool neat. It Ik not the multitude of applausos. but the good tonto of tho appluudort.wbicli elye raluo to reputation. . Rk not affrontod at a lost. If ono throw alt at thoe, thou wilt roooivo do barm oil' leu thou halt tore placet. Tims novor passos so slowly and tediously at to tho idle and lislloss. Iho bost euro for dullness it 10 keep buty. lis It happy whoto ciroumttancot suit hit temper, but bo it moro happy who call tuit bit temper to clreumttancot. Ir the lesgno of friendship it once brolcnn, the eahinot of tocrott It unlocked, and thoy fly wildly about like uncaged birds. Evert man ohorishos In his heart tomo cihjoct some thrino a...

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 March 1861

MfftVB fttitatt .. J. 0. CONVERSE, Pf oprlcfor. a U)kl8 Kent paper, Doottl to t!,e Domination of Republican flrintlplte, Ontation, Gcmperance, Cittratnrc, SljrienUare, ono tfje Jffif of tljt Da2. TERMS-.$1,50 per Annum. VOL XII, NO. 10. CHARDON. GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1801. WTinT.p. ivrn kqo Strje Jtfftrsonlan Democrat IS rUBLISRID EVERY FRIDAY MORRIMO.AT CHARDON, Geauga Conntjr, Ohio. 0f ) reciiy Mwr ft. 0rf Wert Con - ham s'ffea, tide o (A failie ir. TER MSi , tf faltl In advance, l"80 f not paid within the year, t 00 HA1I kinds of merchantable produce taken in payment, at the market price. .No paper discontinued until all arretrsgec ft f W, except at th omion of the Publieliet. RATES OP ADVERTISING. . , Ltl Advibtisemmts will be Inserted :P'' lewsi SO ets. a square, Jirst insertion; each sub sequent insertion, 21 cti. a square. uai'isi ADrisTiimiiTl will be Inserts! at' toe following ratnti One Square three Insertions, $1 00 " . two month., 9 2 M . three monthe, S ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 8 March 1861

He t fe-go?i SehiocfMl JTJLtPS 0. COMVERSE, Editori cnTftDO?(,'onio7"FnipYrMl n TTTillf The Inaugural. , Tbe Inaugural of Pr Lincotn -, be read with prldo --t(j pIeMur0i ty , who Ioto tbelr C0Ptrj mJ , nBtitutlons. or drolte ,b'so ennobling qualities of bead and rVaart which hare io long boon noodod 1d. tho President of the United States. We bare road It repeatedly and with care, and there la no word we could wish to ndd or . -oreso. Firm jet conciliatory, foarJess yet ,'Judieloos, true to princlpto jot jutt.'to all ! Sections of tbo Union, It la auch an Inaugu- f' ral ai all patriot!, irrespective of psrly.m ust approve. Never before, within our recol lootion, hat tbprc been a Presidential, manl V feato io free from tbo marki of tho partisan. I "We bare more national "priilo, and inoro hope for the country,- now that Abraham . Lincoln has beon inaugurated a President. Wo bolioro ho baa a firmness of purposo, n discriminating judgment, 'and, sbove all, an abiding fuith In tho 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. — 8 March 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. ELECTION OF POSTMASTER. Th undersigned recmnmehd a Meeting of th Republican or Chardon Townhlp, at th Court House, on Saturday, March 9ih, ttonto' ebxk P. M., for tht purpose of selecting by vole, canJUulo lor Postmaster. . L. E. Durfe. A. P. Wllkliu, AWeavir, C. L. Canfield, H. K. Smith, J 'lin French, J. B. Bassett, n. w. cuifiuid, Martin Oray, J. O. Cunvone, Wm. Roberts, I. . J. Randall, C. VV.'Miniscll. B. Pnrlin, W. T. Rcxford, . Barlow, V.f. Ucxford.Jr., Sa.nilai h.' lire, C. Cowles, R. P. Muiucll, E. V.CSnuohl, C. A. Bibc. H. CUrk, L. 8. Arm, A. W. Young, ' M. Bhumway, - Somnol Magunlgal, T. L. Phlpps, W. 0. Muntell, II. BAl, 3. Kissich, Henry Uilor. B. B. Woodbury, i IV. Clnrk, Cslvlu Kuiwtof, M C.Csnttild, C. C. Field, C. Ludlow, W. N. Keeny, P.Cbatc, JiiiU Conrcrse. Chardon, March 1st, 1861. The Court of Common Pleas " fill mZ 'n suasion all tho week, but Tory tittle Iraiiaust of gout.."' iiiiiirnt liai boon sraataeted. A rtumbor of stilt ot i!?" 1'alocMil...

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

Plan of Adjustment Proposed by the Peace Congress. Bsc. 1. In kit tin present torrilorv of the United Siete nonh of the psrullel of thirty. Six degrees and thirty minute north lati tude, involuntary arltud8, except in pun iabmont of crime, ii prohlbitod. In mil tho territory inutb of that lino the status of per oni held to lervice or labor, at it now ex tiis, (ball not be changed, . Nor iliall an; law be patted by Co ray, rota or ihe Territnriul Legislature to hlndtir or prevent the taking oftuoh ponons from any of the State ot tbl Union to laid Territory, nor to hnpnir the right ariin from uch relation. But Iho same shall ho subjected to judicial cog nizance Io the Federal Court according to the court of tho common law. When nut Territory, north or ioutli of taid lir.e, with toob boundary as Congress may proscribe, ball conain a population equal to that re quired for a member of Congress, it shall, if it form of gnvorllmonl be republican, bo admitted into tTie Union on ao equal foo...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 March 1861

Seffetfi aiit&tt gttt0C?af J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 lUfiklri ft em.paprr, DtottiJo tlje Di0tmination.of n.pnblifan principlf 0, CHutaiion, Gcmpcrancc, JCittratinr, asr'unlture, anb tljt tftna of tht Dae. TERMS..$l,50 pfr Annum, IP VOL XII, NO. 11. CIIARDON. GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY. MARCH 15, 1801. WHOLE NO., 583. v &b,t Jcffcrsonian Democrat IS POBLIinBD BVEIIT FRIDAY MCRMKO , AT CHARD ON, Geauga County, Ohio. iirtetly aver lt Drug Start q Coo i- Ham ilten, wett liit nftke rblic Hquart. TERMSi If paid tn advance, 1 50 If not paid wiihin the yeur, 900 st7"AII kinds of merchantable product taken in stayment, at the market pi-ice. ,No paper discontinued until all arrearage! paid, except at the opiion of lira Publi.hcr. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Lull Advestjssmets will lie ineertcd as fol. !: -M cts. a square, first Insertion; each tub eqaent insertion, 15 cts. a square. B 'Jiicji AovmntHtKTi will be insertej at til. following rates: Ob Square three insertions, $1 00 " " t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 March 1861

righteous,' nd as agreeable to humanity, to revelation, and to the judgment of Om nipotence, they may reconcile the two sys tems, but they can do it no other way. I any, then, let nature, let t'.ie inevita ble course of events, take iti way. We JtsnnoTN thrusting ourselves, under Hie wheels of Ibis ear, stop ils, progress. It . will roll on for freedom or for bondage; and notwithstanding all 0Ur little efforts to stay up the Krk of slavery, when it rolls uu iwh unaer the pressure of an tnevi , tabic nd Viopetass antagonism, we ought riot to bo frightened from our propriety. Let us any to the Souih: where slavery is, It Is yours; Ood forbid that we should ' trench upim one iota of that measure of Jiroteolion which the Constitutiou and the aws agreeing with the Constitution give You: but do not ask us to go beyond those. You have been asking this protection of lavery lor the last twenty-five years. You never have made the protection ef fectual; and the reason is, because you never can...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 March 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. The Election of Post-Master. The election of t Republican candidate fur Po.t-Mo.ter In this village, on Saturday la.t, re. tilted In the choice or Mr. A. W. Young. The tote was as follows! A. W. Young 90 J. O. Converse 39 V. Chase 9 C. A. tel.be I Young', majority over ill ........ ii , Under ordinary circumstances, we should be eonlcnt with the timple announcement or llie re It of this election ; but It ii obvloa.ljr so ono elded, end, in iomo respects, io peculiar, that Justice to ourself and our poillion demand in explanation. We ire unwilling that such a vote should go forth to the world, a. an expression of the e.team In which wo are bold, and the value put upon our editorial (emcee, bjr our own party, in the town where we were born and hare been well known from infancy, without a word or two in oar own behalf. Boon after the result of the Presidential elecllon wi ascertained, knowing that a change wo. imeir to occur in me Chardon Post-Office, In dicated to our...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 March 1861

For the Jeffersonian Democrat. ELIJAH. And Uhold, tb Lord pined by, and great and wrong wind rent Hi mountains, and broke tn pitt the rock befor ih Lord; but th lord J:.. ... i.. .i.. .inH. nil alter ilia wind nn nnii. 1 sjaake: but lh Lord wa not in th earthquake. ! wlKl:?. "1-bV,. f,r" "ld a,lor ,he On Hrebs sacred mountain Alone th ProDhat stood. With the silent world around him, Wrap'd in it solilud. H hsd fled from bitter hatred. From them that sought his blood; And now, with his ful henrt swelling, lit knelt on III Mount of God. fie heeded not the sounding, A the mountain wind went by, While he bowed him down in that lonely And onlr prayed to die. .pot, 1,1V the "voice of many waters," Was ih rush of the coming blntt. And the inounlain shook wuli torror, A Its fury onward passed. But God was not in the tempest. Nor yot in the earthquake's thoelt, Nor in the blind ng fire that burned On gray old Horeb's rock. But on tho deep, deep silence, Th stifl, small voico that broke, To l...

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