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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 22 March 1861

effetdanmn tmtftx aa r. J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. a Ulcelclc Nemapapfr, Dootcb to tljt DiBotmtnation of TERMS-.T1,50 per irtnnra. at. VOL. XII, NO. 12. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY. MARCH 22, 1801. WHOLE NO , 584. $l)e Jtffcrsontan Democrat UroHHstien eyekt wipay morsiko, at CHARDOH, Geauga County, Ohio. tcf lirntli vrr l. Drng Store tf Co- $ Il.m tttvn, (id. oA PuM,c iwr. TERMS. f ' if paid In advance, tl 50 B not paid within tho year g 00 WAI1 kind, of merchantable produce taken in Mvni-nt, at the mnrket price. ,.No paper discontinued until all arrearages re paid, except at the option of the Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. t-il will ba inserted nsfol- T. i . V-"' ,,r,t ln"ion; each sub sequent nuarlion, 35 eta. a squnre. Bus.ivr.js AorsarissMEnis will be insertta at the following rater One Square three insertion!, (1 00 " two month., a 25 " three month., S 00 " six months, 4 00 " .1 if !' ono Te"-: 6 00 ll.-Ul column ix month.,-- 13 00 " one year, eco On elumrl six 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. — 22 March 1861

JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. c ili no o , 6 ii i o , f n i d a y . mar. 22, fsf.i. The Evacuation of Fort Sumter. , It union are conflicting in regard to tlio evacuation of Fort Sumtor jut it li prob- wu'u .u. ..in tiuuiiiiBiiiig oruor win loon uo kLU .I... . U ft...ll.t . .i. g.ron,,, unn.no; noon atroau,. woPSpcw t . - - iu uuar a snoui 01 exultation iron tbo aoi'.lh an J a howl of consure from tho cocmiot of tlio Kopublican part- at tho North, but tieithor will shaho our foith in tho Admin Istration. We .inct.rnl hnn .w nn n... - j -'l-'w i w v publican will allow 1,1s disappointment and vuagFin at tno ovaountton of Fort Bumtrr, to botray him into hasty and Intompornto ons. Tt is noithor juBt nor wiao for Uo Yub1icans to condemn In unmoasurcd terms. tho action of tho Auminittration of thoir own ohoico, before it shall hao fully do-1 volopod ill policy. Prosiciont Lincoln will diallio his power to maintain tho Union and on form thn ! . i...t it nu.n forgotten that bis power is limi...

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 March 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. Our Village School. We1cm with pknsure that Mr. Mnrlin Stone, wlieha. ..tpo.m.on.led the Union School in (lus village, during the. past years, liai boon employed for llio ensuing year. Tlie Spring term will commence on (lie l.V.h of April. It is impossible for a tenclier to please everybody, yet we have beard fowcr complshiU o( Mr. Stone than of any of bis predeccssors.nnJ believe the School, under his charge, has been, in every respect, well conducted. Compe tent female teachers will bo employed for the Grammar School and Primary Department. A Town Hall. We art Very glad the question of erecting a Towfl Hull is to beyrfubmitlcrl to the people, at tie ensuing election. AH must rculiro the great need of such a Hall. Since Union Hal! pixvcd into the lanili of the Odd Fellows, there has been da likable place for public meetings of U kinds, iu town. No toiVO cou'd be worse off in title respect. A coramo dioas Town Hull, in which all the citizens would have an interest, ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 22 March 1861

The Secretary of the Treasury. Tlie country tnny welt congratulate U eHi the appointment nnd confirmation of. Mr. Chase ns Secretary of the Treas ury. Although denounced in advance by malignant Pro-Slavery partisans as a tnao of t xtreme and ultra opinions, nil well informed persons are aware that Mr. Chase is really not only one of the ablest of American statesmen, but one of the ' most moderate, cautious and deliberate. Rejecting the VritJ and radical innovations of the Prj-Slavery aohool, lie holds witli true conservatism to llioso great prjnoi tile of freedom on which Washington, Jefferson, Midison, Jay, Franklin and Hamilton framed the Constitution and founded the Government. His attach tncnl to llios principles wag avowed in early life, cn his first entrance into poli tics, and has never wavered nor fulimed. He has blood by thorn for more than a ccoturv, through coo J report nnd evil report, in disaster, in d fent, and bus nt length witnessed thuir final triumph in the success...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 29 March 1861

tffttmmmt tvxotv J. 0. CONVERSE, rroprldor. 3 UlklS Ntmapaptr, Drootcl. to tl)t Diaeemination of tltpnbliton prlnciptta, f bntation, tmptranrf, tittrotnrt, Igritnltnre, anb tljt Ncvi of tl)t Dag. TERMS-.$1,50 ir Annual. VOL. XII, NO. VI CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. MARCH 20, 1801. WHOLE NO., 585. JI)t Jtffci-BonJan Democrat 1$ 'ttni.lstlKn RVERT FRIDAY MCRNIKO, AT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. t'c in f-(, ovtT n, orHg s,ort Co' ,r Hum iltvH, mett tide of the biie Suuart. TERM Si If said in advance, ftl JO If u t paid wilhin the year, a oo J-All kind of merchantable produce taken in payment, t tlie mnrkct price. .No papet discontinue! until nil arrearage ere paid, owept at the option of the Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING l.saiL Aovttrismtexrs will he inserted as fol lows: 50 cte. square, iMt inwjrtion; each sub sequent insertion, 23 cu. a mpiare. Hi.'HtV:-4 A nrc d .t. - ...:ll I.. l .- , z. ,. tt.M, Rill ufj mnviit'd HI the tollowin j rut :8i Uno SSquaro three insertions, ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 29 March 1861

JULIUS 0. CONVEBSE, Editor. chardon, oiiio, Friday, mar. so, isgi. Fort Sumter. evacuation of Fori Suraler Las not jt occurred, and ills uncertain when it will occur. . The case is thus stated in a Washington dispatch to the Trilune t surgeon box, whose presence in Charleston and visit to Fort Sumter np pear to, havo occasioned some excitement, carried no instructions frnm here in reirard tJ the withdrawal of Major Andorsun's command. All the statements to that effort are entirely erroneous. Ho doubt' less had the permission of the Government to examino (bo stale of the garrison, and was expeoted to report ail the facts here, concerning which there has boon much misapprehension or imperfect knowledge. It was, perhaps, cocessary, before (ho final step was taken, thnt some intelligent and impartial agent should make a per sonal investigation in order to remove all doubt as to the supposed necessity. The President has never affected to conceal his reluctanoe in fielding to an. alterna ...

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. — 29 March 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. HOME DEPARTMENT. Appointment of Post-Master. J. 0. Converse has received (he ap pointment of Pott-Muster at ibis place. As lb It appointment has been received since (he election of a candidate for the office, yet much earlier (ban anticipated by iome, a word of explanation I due to Mr. Riddle, on wboso recommendation it wat made. What we hnve taid in regard to the election is well known, and we have no desire to allude to it, e icept to ay, injustice to Mr. Riddle, that it could not have Influenced bis action in the matter.' The result of (be election, as Well as our comments, were received by liim after his recommendation bad been made, and approved by the Department, whose ppTiev it U to favor the locttl press at much as possible. Though be bad long been aware that we were a candidate, bur first Intimation that we were to have Lis Influence, eame with the appointment. Any man who occupies the position of Representative, is peculiarly situ.tted, and, t it is imposs...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 29 March 1861

For the Jeffersonian Democrat. Ancient Wells. The Rrrat scarcity of water tn Drlontnl tmonlHi, ltd the nncionts to expend vast Hems oV Vnrmey. arid employ tho host skill of thotitnto.tn the Construction of llioir,till." These Woro frcHJuciuly very deep. In ll:n tiostah, thoy vary from 50 to 400 font, and in China, "a few, ficcordine to M. Aragn, rlrscohtf lu I lie depth of 1900 foot. Among thoso ancient wolls, there, it found it Tory great Tarioty. Homo worn of Tory tttrge, anil some of vort email diameter. ftoino wore circular, othor square, others iiblonff. and olhors stilt tunnel-shaped, tn somo, tno water was ora.r. u,. uy ","'"B J Aihan i avnai avirrinn nn i contriTances I in by band, in small resstils. a praciico mat continuos to tho present day. Io these lotUsr wolls, tho descent to tho water, in aomo, was upon an inclinod piano in othors, either upon a circular or spiral slnlr-caso; tho Utter spiral stair case for reasons I hat will tioreaftur appear, was much tho most commo...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 5 April 1861

Stematritt. -v wc Mil . , ... ,. t , . , X ... ; C00tltft1l ; J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. VOL. XII, NO. 14. 3 imtklg Nttogpaptr, Dtpottb to tfje Diaetminatton of Republican principle, Cbuctttion.Otmptrancf.lUfratttrt.ajrUnltBrt. ano th.. Ken. of tl)e Das. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. APRIL 5, 1801. TERa1S-$l,50 per icndBf. '- ' 1 . 1 tea-aa, . WHOLE NO., 586. rj Jefftrfpnittn Dtmotrat -wfOSMSHtD IVEBT VtllDAT McRNIKO, AT OHABDOH, Geauga Connty, Ohio. ' et-f lit Pr-f .fr Coo flow r , west side of the Public Square. TERMSi If aaldlneilvnnce," jo If not paid within (It yeer j oo ' T'AU kind, of merchantable produce taken In payment, at the market price. .No paper diecontinued nntil ill arrearage Me paid, except at the option of the Publisher. . RATES OF ADVERTISING. , A"thmkmm will be inserted a fo. Hii-cti i square, first insertion; each sub 1" iasertion, ete. a eqnere. . Buti-sa ADTtwia.jiiEjiri will be Inserts at - (a (ullowlag ratnei Om Square three Inaoruon, et 00 " two" ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 5 April 1861

JULIUS. CONVERSE, Editor. tllARDON, 01JI0, FniD.lY. APRIL i, l.t-bl." The Policy of the Administration. It it bard to toll what ', tho policy nf tho' Administration in recant to tho socodrd 8tatos, or whs rill be tho final roeult of ! our natior.fti difficulties. Wo hope for tho bos', bul foar the worst. Strango and start ling rumors nro afloat, to tlio cfloot that Secession htts como to ha regarded in high places, at a fixed fuct, &o. A special dis to tho N. Y. Herald WASHINGTON, March 29,'61. There is no roal ground for any appro liooslons of civil war, nt least not as far as the agency of tho administration will go. Fort Sum tor is about being evacuated. High authorities assort that no order has been issued to reinforce Fort Pickens, not withstanding tho statements of tho Now York organ. No attempt will be iovuodiuto ly made to collect the rovenuo io tho scco oed States by men-of-war. Id flno, nothing will bo done likoly to precipi'uto B conflict. Tho belief in a voluntary ro...

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. — 5 April 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. The Election. Al the election iu litis village, on Mon day, the following Township nnd Corpo ration Officers wera chosen ! Toumship Officert Trw-tot-i, riiinea, Cliase, E.N. Osborn, D. Warner, Jr.; Clerk, Elim Avery ; Treasurer, Alpl.eus Cook j Assessor, E. V. Canfield ; Con tables, L. D. Pease, N. II. Taiks, L. D. Camr; Ju,iicoof (he 1W, Samuel Maguuigal. Corporation Offcen.Mttjor, Wm. N, Keeoy ; Trustees, C. L. Cantield, C. W. Macsell, K. V. Cnnfiold, John Murroy.2.1., H. N. Spencer ; Recorder, L. C. Lndlow. The vote on the question of erecting a Town Hall, stood : For a Town Hall, 147 Against, no Majority, 7 The Town Hall. people of Chardon have voted in favor of a Town Hall, we suppose il is now decided that wo are to have one. We believe the. strong opposition it re ceived, proceeded from no factious spirit, and that, when built and its advantages fully realized, it will give universal satis faction. Many voted aninst a Town Hall, be cause they feared it would ...

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. — 5 April 1861

The Habits of Celebrated Characters. Arlwright worked for revertteen liour ft da;, and begun to learn the English grammar at fitly, llii time wm t al uabto that be always traveled with four lionet. Watt was thirty years upon hi condensing engine, and Stephenson twenty feva upon Tile locomotive. Walter Scott, as a copying clerk, msnsed to copy one hundred and twenty r.rtgesof MS., in the twenty-four hours. When a clerk in the Court of Sessions, be got up at five every morning, lighted bis own Gre, and did bin Own Mcrpj-y work before breakfast. John Briton, worked sixteen hours a day. Lou don tat up two whole nights a week to study, while working like a laborer all day. Joseph Hume got up at six, worked all day, and out-sal the House of Com mons every nigtii. llale studied six'een hours a dayr Hume, the historian, wrote thirteen hours. Hunter allowed himself, but five boars to sleep in the twenty-four. Jenner was twenty years in perfecting vaccination. Ilerschell, while in the band of...

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. — 12 April 1861

lifters OfttlttV PC J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 tUtcklc Ncmspaper, Duotrt to tljt Dissemination of lltpnbliton principles. Coocation, emptrance, Citeratore, aflritnltnre, anb trje of tlje Don. TERMS--$1,S0 pr ABBon,.' VOL. XII, NO. 15. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, FllIDAY. APPJL 12, 1801. WHOLE NO., 587. maorai . )t JctTcrtonian Democrat rOBLISItCD EVERT FRIDAY MORKIKO, AT CHARDOlf, Geauga Couaty, Ohio. OJlc t 4 h telly over l t Drug Starr oj Conk Ham itlo, west tii, of thi Public iUr. TERMS. If pall in advance, 1 50 If not paid witliin llio year 2 00 T'AII kind, of merchantable produce takeu in payment, at tho market price. .No paper discontinued until all arrearage. eae paid, except at the option of Uie Publisher. RATE3 OK ADVERTISING. Lco4L AofsariaKHEUTa will be inserted a fol Iowa: 10 eta. a sonare, first insertion; each sub sequent insertion, SS cte. a square. Bysmss AtrvtntniiMimra will be JnaertcJ at the following rate.: One Square three inwruons, f 1 00 " " two months, ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 12 April 1861

JULIUS"b7c6NVERSE, Editor. linlDoi.lnio, FniDA r, aprVi '12,1 suiT Warlike Preparations of the Administration--- A Conflict Approaching. The latest new very warlike. Tbe policy of tVio Administration in regard to Xho Becedod States, hitherto in doubt, is beginning to develope itself in good earn est. Neither Fort Sumter nor Fort rick ens will be evacuated, but both will be held and defended at all hazards. We give enough of the telegraphio news to show that a crisis is at hand, and await further developments wi'.h great mterVst A correspondent of tho New York Trtitnne telegraphs from Htiltimoru as lonowg : BALTIMORE, April 5. Thincs are rapidly verginj toward a conflict, if the rebels are in earnest. The davs are not many ero thev will encounter the majesty and power of the Federal Government in a way they lit tie dreamt of. If they resist, the blood bu upon tbeir heads. The fatal blow which rebellion has re ceived in thn Virginia Convention, and the tertible majority of 44 against ...

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. — 12 April 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. Mrs. Gage's Lectures. Mrs. Franoot D. Gage, of Columbot, lee turod at tho Molhodlst Church In this IU logo, on Thursday end Friday oroningi of last week, to Tory largo and attontivo na dionces. Hor first lecture was mainly do totod to tho dutloa and rroponalbilitles of mothori.and her second was upon tbo Dnnlih West lndin. Hotb were dulivorcd In ad mirablo tjlo, and wore exceedingly Inter rating and instructive. All who listened to Lor words, could not but wish thisoatimable woman Qnd ipood In bor labors to olovato tho human rnco. As wo have not time to write such a notlco of those lectures as they morlt, wa cannot do bntter than copy tho following extract of a leitor to the Cluro land Ihruld, from a correspondent In Hiram; Tho pooplo of Hiram hare just had an opporluuUy of attending a coursoof lectures doiivcrod bore by Mis. Francos D. G.iro As she intends to spend some time on tho Resorvo lecturing, it sooms prnpor that her efforts should bo noticed, both in justi...

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. — 12 April 1861

A Man Murders his and Another Girl and then Commits Suicide. vnetf Ihe mosl frightful end tDliumftn transactions which it has been our lot to record, we enacted last week in the village of Ithaca, Gratiot count, about twenty miles north of this pUce. The re suit of the horriblo transaction which was (he murder of thiee persons, a man aged about forty-6vu and two 'girls of bout seventeen years was discovered on. Friday of last week, in consequence of which that village was thrown into the highest state of excitement. The circum stances attending tliis heart-rending tran saction, as we have 'earned them from persons who reside in that immediate vicinity, Are as follows : Tlio murdered man, whose name was Thnddeus Green, moved into that vicinity about five years ago, where be re suit d some time, and then removed to Ohio. Subsequently, how ever, he retuned, and has since been keeping house at that place with his daugter, hie wife during this time, for reasons which we failed to learn, ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 April 1861

11! J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 31 tUMgytm0pqptrt DccotrD to tlje DiJBtmination of Republican prirttiplf , OEontation, tmperance, Cittratnre, srttnltnre, anb.trjt Nfn0 of tljt Day). TERMS1,5Q per iDnaoj wry jfiicrspiit " 1 1 "- "" 1 ; ' ... . . . - VOL. XII, TO. 10. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY. APRIL 19, 1801. WHOLE NO., 588. rmorrnt torCBLIilltD BVEBT MIDAT MORltlKa, AT CH1RD05, Geauga County, Ohio. ' ''J-'b ' 0r- A'lore qf de, Ham TERMS, ft eala la advance, a; 50 Jjtfn&K'"' 00 - All kind, of merchantable produce taken in syment, t the market price. . paper discontinued unlfl all arrearages M paid, except at the option of the Publisher. ' RATES OP ADVERTISING. fct4' ABTETiEMEjTa will be inserted aa fol lews: JO eta. a aqnare, Crat inseruun; each sub. eetaent insertion, il eta. a aquare. AH'" ADFiETiai)iETi will be Inserted at lutollowin rat One Square three Ineertlona, " " two month., three montha " six months, ..... 100 ,. 2 2) 3 00 4 00 600 1200 1800 Half eolumn aiz...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 April 1861

JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. -Jeen CHARDOJ., OHIO, FRIDAY. AMUIO, 1861. i War Begun. The newt of the engagement at Charles ton, and the surrender of Fori Sumter, take no ono by surp-iao. nn,l though we could wish it were i,ot true, we have no rtue to'ileFpnlr tf - the Republic. The end it not yet, and woe be to the men who, in the worst and weakest of courts, lia? dared to defy the power of the Gov ernment ! come things about tins first engage ment, are remarkable. It is strange in lod that no livet were lost, and so little Ycrious damage done ; and we were, at first, halMnclined to regard it as a sham fight, in which Major Anderson acted traitor's part. But there is reason to be lieve he was governed strictly by his in (ructions, which wore to defend the Fort na long as possible without the loss of his men from starvation or the fire of the en emy, and then surrender it. Tbe vessels lying in sight would have been speedily destroyed, had they attempted to reinforce him, and probably ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 April 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. Removals. Tho Chardon Post-Office has boon re moved to the Storo of Wilkin k Roller. -1Tbo Democrat offico will bo removed, boforo anothor. Issoo of tho paper, lo tbo aocontl itorj of tbo lame building. tW A litter from the Pott-Master of Sharon, Pa., to a cittzon of this place, die closes the fact that (lie young man whose strange and suddon appearance among us created a small-pox panic, has been partially deranged, and troubled with an eruption, for some time. His father, Alexander Thornton, resides in Sharon. ' WTbe last mooting of tho Chardon Literary Socloty, will bo hold on Friday evening next. A Loading Article may bo cipoctod from Mr. II. 8. Wood. . 5sV-Tbe Villago Bchools did not open on Monday last, the commencement of the term having boon postponed one week. v - i ii , ' "Tuesdaj was a singular day, being bright and pleasant in tho morning, and ending In a soow-storm. Mrs. Oago, who edits the homo depart ment of the Field Notes, writes to that paper the f...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 April 1861

For the Jeffersonian Democrat. Acclimating Southern Plants. Mr. Contkbsc -I have made a fo c fwiriraente in aocllmaiing toino oouihern plants, and, If jroa think thocoount of my efforts deterring plao ,n tour paper, you re at liberty publi.h It. la autumn of 1838. 1 gathered noar inanity of Natches. M its., some seeds of the Tromnot-flower. ITrcoma Radicant.) wlilcb 1 brought home, and planted the following spring, In my yard, where they made quite, a vigorous growth tbs first season, but killed to the around the winter after. Tho next voir, a trirlo of tho growth survived tho win tor. and thus bf Inches they hare continued to adrance, and last summer, for the first, produced perfect flowors, I brought nlso from the lame place, seed of tho Persimmon, (Diotpyrot Vtrginiana.) It fruited about tha ninth tear, withstanding; Northern winter much bettor than theTrumpot-flowor, but tho climate hat mado it a mero dwarf. Tho Poriimmon is found growing wild the Southern partt of Pennsylvania,...

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