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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 26 April 1861

est 1 M ill in . J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. CI Ulcchlc Xftuapaptr, Dcotrii to tl)t Disfltintiiation of flcputUrnn Prhuif Itf , Cbncation, (Dc:npcrancr, Citrratnrr, ngrhnlturt, ont ll;e SCtros of tl)t Dan. TERMS-$1,50 pr iBoam. VOL. XIIK0.17. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUKTY. OHIO, FRIDAY. APRIL 20, 1801. WHOLE NO., 589. Cr)e Icffcrsonian Democrat 18 I'ltBMSIIGD EVEIIT FRIHA V MCflMr-0 AT CHARDON, Gcs.tga Ccrnly, Clio. OjZc tirOy over kr new (orr of Wilkinl & Ariiry, mil 4id J Iht PMic Sffiinr: T E It M S If pill in aHvnn"-, tl SO If not paid wiiliiu thi? year it PO "ttTAII kinds of moreliantabls produce taken in payment, tt tli market pric. '.'No paper discontinued until all arrearages te paid, except at the option of the Publisher. It A TBS OFADVFR TIDING. Lsmt, AnviiarnF.jtBTra will lie inserted as fol lowsiM ets. a sonars, firat Insertion: vault sub sequent insertion, 25 eta. a sipinr-.. Bwai Ao.-KRt.Sii.iiE.(r will be lnacrtcj at the following rat ): Una Square, three iusoruons, 1 0...

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. — 26 April 1861

JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. CHAR DON, ODIO, FRIDAY. 4rit!L2G, Sb. The 24th at Chardon, The Mass Meeting lielj in iliit villngp, on Wednesday, showed Ike patriotism of Old Geaugs. Tbe tun never imiled on people more fully aroused, and more uoiled in tbe sen liment that the Governroent is ourt, it tr.utt and shall be sustained at all hazard. From the farm, from the shop, from the tore and the mill tbey oame, anxVlv marked on eveiy face, yet, expressive of that fixedness of purpose in truc-bearlcd , , a . wen, that says, we have "counted the costs, ami ere ready to go to tho field and to death." Tbe Stars and Stripes floated from al most every building in the village. Tho crowd that bnd assembled by noon, must lave numbered CUOO. Martial music called up the spirit of war, with Ihu shiilTi fife and rolling drum beating fcr volun. teers. Some small pieces of artillery were lie re from Ilambden and Thompson. Tbe procession from Claridon, Curton, Troy, and towns south, came in at 1 1 o'clo...

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. — 26 April 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT k fSfTUe Illness of tha Editor will account, we hnpn, for tho lack of tho usual amount of editorial n.sttor tltin week, Warlike. fiinco llio requisition nf tlio Prostdont fur V 4,000 troop. 10 dufotid,nnI pluco ttio coun try In peaceful i-omlitioit, tur town tins ex hibited qnlto martial spirit. Tho jnuttg Won rn'drillitig daily tinder thuditrctionof our lowniuian, .Mr, W, Uoborts, thnrnugh and efficient tinicer.liavliig hbnsolf served lor liioro than 8 joari in a company at Ilarl ford Conn, Q.iitc? a number fit yo'ing mini havo already volunteered to light under tho Jsir1,"" Olid Slurs, tho glnrioui batiuor of onr Union, and are now waiting tho coun tty't call to arras. Go it, my boyi you aro brave CelJovi you do uol fljhl to Sustain a tier pot, but For the green graves of your Sirot, icd And ynir native land. New Firm. Tlio consuming community, will too by the advertisement of F. D. & U. Warner morchuntt, that tlioy are a nooly nrg m'tod fitui, and doing an cxt...

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. — 26 April 1861

The Foundation of Character. Tb groundwork of nil manly cliftt oter it veracity. Tint virtuo lien at foUndnlioD of evr, tiling solid. How Vow m on it is to be-.r parents .y, "I hnve faith in my cliil'i no lung as he uprnks (lie truth. He "niy have many faulie, but I lioow lie not deceive me. I builil on tbr!onCJcnci." They nra right. It is lawful ncd just ground to build upon. And that, u beautiful confidence. What v1" mors leaipUtiou may bclrny n clild into, so . long at brave, open truth remains, tbere is something to depend on there is auchor ground there is sub tance at the center. Men of the world feel so about one another. They can bo tolerant and forbearing so lon; as llnir erring brother is true. It is the funda mental virtue. Oidinary commerce can liordly proceed Btep without a good measure of it. If we cannot believe what others say to us, we cannot act nt nil. Truth is a common interest. When we vindicate it, we vindicate our own foot hold. When we plead for it, it is lik...

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. — 3 May 1861

4 J. 0. COXVGRSE, Proprietor. 21 torcklQ Ncuiapaptr, Drrjotfii to tljt Dissemination of ntpnblitan principles, actuation, finptrantf, Cittraturt, agricnttu rf , otib tlje JTewa of tljt Day. TEHMS$1,50 per Annam.', VOL. XII, NO. 13. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1801. WHOLE NO., 590. $l)e Jcffcrsoiiidn Democrat li I'UBMsnRn evkiit i-ninAY MnnmnoAT CHARLON, Geauga Ccnnty, Ohio. Ojfif dire- Hi over Ike few Store of & Atlli i, writ .!. J iht fihln .VVur. T E It M Si If pmhl In advance, JIM II mil pniil within the year, 200 W All kin.lt of merchantable produce taken in payment, nl the mnrket price. No paper discontinued until till arrearages ara paid, except at the option of the Publisher. RATRS OK ADVEI1T1SIMJ. LiMAf. AnvERTisEUKxra will be inserted as fo. lows: 50 cts. a square, first Insertion; each sub sequent insertion, eta. a squnro. Ili stn-ss AovF.RriK.MtNrs will La insertoj at lllA tot OWtlliff rnt... Ona Square three irtMcrtlons,.. " " tw.i month. " litres m...

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. — 3 May 1861

Jtjc jeffelrgoi(?iqi(? gwfyocrqf JuiTurbrc6iivEESE7i:ditor. "c n a n i) o mm o7fn i d i v,h a x V tti." Will the War be Short? . Thii I. question ths. bas tooa asked ui ofteu; and It nxplro no prophetic vision or terrible looking m tbo stars, as a proc. ulent to tho answor, we unhesitatingly ssy that, In our opitilo.i, the ooiiQict will be very bort. We fito sj fow reasons ai . ground for oar bgiiof, and porhaps, by so doing, run e venture of agreeing with somo ono. It routt be obrioui to all who aro conversant with tho history of tho past Administration, and id knavish advisers that lb Sir gnmo it about played out like the "killing of a snako, that wigglos its tail r,n artt.r lift, , auppotod lobe okod out that it ii about tho eoneluding scone ;n the slavory drama, the expiring how!i, groaol of that monitor which owns baa hriven undor tbo Ktais and Stripes. Wf.il Hiore is no tuob thing. It is reWlio-,. not as In 76 to, floe oppression: tot to 'inaugurate it enewt to fight against i...

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. — 3 May 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. Town Volunteers, for Iho lorvico," among our town boyl had commenced. To Jay wo giro i lilt of (hone , , , ... . ito bavo volunteered ift thor country! eanao, to put down tho SitHiorn Rebellion. H.J Cn.k. Jimoe Cr.,. IV W. Merrill, Jeruniih H iriini, .l.tlin F. Folder, J., Win. Osrrott, Hiriitmti A Wh.eh.ck. John 0. f Ir.tooi.. '. r.ii. II I'.IL,.,. f .1. u n....t .1 Edwin 11 M.utnoll. Sn'iiuol C.wlov. Pom- hrv.gsj M Cnwles. Thomni Cor in Purines Henry Thwing. ll,.i.rv C Kuler. Cluniuco 1. Kiddle. Ihomm (.). Hul iio. Ohitrlos A l'aiks, Churl, W. L.uib, V. 11 Maiihnll, (limi'loi SnaMitrk. Allen Spencer, Martin Rgtrloatnn. Kile W. Snnfntd, Theodore F. lUwIoy, Ftnncei D. Story. Uuo. K. l'uino. Thmo boyi aro well known to us,n bravo, intelligent follows young men of energy lit homo and wj know that whan tlio coun ts calls to ainu, (hoy aro lliu flnt to enter Iho riuli ti duluii'iur of thtilr firc-lidos aod their borne. Young uiochnliics, ' uioit of thorn who can fonder ...

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. — 3 May 1861

An Incorrigible Bachanal. F,el ten and ll other cure fur drunken ness ttlat TttfAtn science) has devised hsvo boon triod In tain on Mr. S moon T(o, an Wd gentleman residing in tho north-wetlorn Wectncti of our city. Hi wlfq hitd used some dosperate remedies, ih.'d at steeping largo quantities or j ilap.aio.s, lpcacuatib, Vo., in Simoon's V.g, but he oonlinuod lo drink with uiil,miiiithed relish, and tho consequence Dj ii,;, )uaing system wore woro ro"-0icloino t0 mri Tato hortolf limn s'nOon, her husband. Doing dead drunk r,tOTj siternoon, wiiliin liulf an hour afuir he began hit day's jollification, (so rapidly did he pour down tho liquor) he nnrnr full the ttighteit inconvenlorce or unpleasant Sensation on aocount of liio niedicula ho had wallowed. At laat Mrs. Tato bethought hortolf ot another plan of making, a re formed drunkard of hot lord. With tho saistance of her two brothors, alio cuinod her huiband, while in a atato of insensibility, to be coovoyod to an apartment provided...

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. — 10 May 1861

Itffttrg out an J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 51 lUtckln Ntwapaprr, Dtcotrb to tl)t Dissemination of Rtpubliran J?rinciplr, Cbncation, rmpcrancr, itrraturrv grunltnrf, ono trjt Vent of tljt Dag. TERMS$1,50 per innnm. VOL. XII, NO. 19. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY." MAY 10, 1801. WHOLE NO., 59 1 Jtfftreoitian Drmocrat U IMIRLISII Bl KVKIIT FRIDAY MontCINO.A'l CHAEDON, Geanga Cccnty, Ohio. 3jfi. dirr-tl) over th' new flnrfnt It'iVAi'm J Atrf.jr, wot tide )l tl J'mltti .Vyr. T E it M Si If faiil in advance, fl io It ii.ii pttd wiiliin the year, Si 00 SrjTAII kinds of merchantable produce taken in pay mnnl, t the market price. Nil paper discontinued until all Arrearage. He paid, except at (lie npdon of tli 1'uWishtr. KATES OK ADVERTISING?. Lmil Aov.-.isrisEUK.rrs will he inserted a fol lows; SO cts. a aiititre, first linerliuii; aactl sub (ti insertion, 25 cts. n srpinre. Blihiichs AovKiinstMUNrs will 1 Inserted at the following rati.: One Square three inscrtiftns, $1 OO " " two m...

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. — 10 May 1861

i Jefferson h)oclrqf JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. JBjRP0N' OBIO, Fill D1Y. MAY 10, ISUI. U-Muoli important and taluubie mailer ti crotkJ out this week, for want of room. Military Items. In a bill now beforo tho Ponnsylvsnla Logislaturo, a soctiou la Introduced "that all incorporated universities, collogo. and acad emic in tbia commonwealth are norehy authorised to ostablish. In connt-olion wiib tbeir several institutions, a military rrnfose- orahip for tho edtfcatlon of younc men lr military discipline, aod the art titwar." Tbia seems to bo tho tight. kind 0( . EJocsto young men to br, .oldi-r' hnj thTt their obligation to lhr.'r cour u, ncforcOB(e while tlrey . Hi,n. (hea will boy , it. legal lu1jPcl, , BnJ ,ho .r.os s.-.unur-.rs, wli.,a ibeir libertioa are sjnaaogorcd, hi the StMe .rgonal at Columbui. Ihoro are now SJ.000 onplock U. S. muskets; 1, 000.000 round fixed ammunition ; 1,000 SbUrpo's carbino, and 1,000 Enfield rifles, "all in first rate oidoi. A dispatch to tho N. V. Her...

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. — 10 May 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. fsa-Lu mock Thursday Ibo volunloot from tho difljifairt tnwni In the county, muttorodln tliii villago.fnr tlu-K- final lo.sve taking. Bunds of mime pri-codtid the) dif- Jorent prnocssioti as thoy entowjl, and with fifo i nil drum, and cannon firing, made qnlto martini display. Thoy assembled at tho Court II miio. whom they listonod to tho remarks of Capl O. E. Paine, telling them that nil instruction wero that thi county euuld innd only 100 vnluntooivi. Worogrot to lourn that tho company from Burton w:u rrjoctrd. If w Judge aright, It was nmposod of strong, hoatlhy'ynung mnn, all of uniform stature, and arou'd do honor to any reglinout, and uffioiont service on tho battle fluid. The Burton volunteer! aro tint tho only one that hnvo been rejootod. V too by tho pnpora that in various parti of thii State more than the quota of troops aro viiluiiroorfn;. Djoi not thii show loy alty to ti.o Union : o7-Mr. Joseph W. White, formerly EJi tor and I'lopiiutor of a paper in th...

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. — 10 May 1861

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT To enroll the Miliilaof the Slat. r a n. ft J I. it , i , c, , ? fl Z Tl t roi Aseembly o the Stat of Ohio, M Hue county auditors ol Ilia several counties, fcf this State haU icstruct the assessors or the several townships, and wards of oines, the several cities, to prepare a list oi au . .... it . persons subject lo military auiy, m l',olr m.miiva wards. townsli'iDS or districts, are aaJ except member of uniform vol unteer companies, "at the time of making the annual assessment of the property, in the year 19SI, and thereafter at each lime of taking the census of white male in habitants', as provided by law, which list should be deposited in the auditor's oflbe of the proper county ; and it rliall be the duty of such auditor annually, on or be fore the first day of November, to return n accurate copy of such records of en rollment to the adjutant general of the Rutin, tn ha hv liim tiled in his office, and an abstract of the aggregate nu...

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. — 17 May 1861

i"--r - -: - kl8Ne.papfDolrb toDUucmination of lUpbtua.i Principle Caucation, mpcrantf, Citcratuu, flfirunlturr, anb th.t iVfiv. of ll,e DaS. TERM-$1,M per ian.m. VOL. XII, NO. 2p. CIIAllDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. MAY 17, 18C1. WHOLE NO.. 592. l)t Jffffreontdn Ocmocrat U PrHMSIIRO KVKIIT FRIDAY sfdRMlO.AT t'H&HDON, Geaoga County, Ohio. QJfif (firefly titer er Ihe new More lI'i'Mins 4. ! (Ac i'ulln Sifunrt. TERM Si if paiil in ailrnrtcA. - ...in 11 .... ....1 60 li not piH wiiliiu ilia voir, a 00 MrAII kinds of mRrchttntabU produce taken in payment, al tha market price. .Nw paper discontinued until all arrearages era paid, xc.pt at the ipiion of the I'ublishor. RATES OK ADVERTISING. LtaAL An.:trisEi:iTs will be inserted as fol Iowa: SO cia. a square, first insertion; aach sub seqiwnt insertion, 23 eta. a squire. Bt'sivwss AovsanaEiiKXra will U inacrtej at the followinj rates: One Square three insertions, l 00 " " two month, t US " three inontha 3 00 " " six months,. 4 00 i...

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. — 17 May 1861

J CLIUS 6 . CONVERiErEditorT-" "cri j n dom mo, f itioi y.'m a Yi77 Vsui. The Position of the Government. Tho only and normal condition pf an evil n fur to I ciactlnq and arbitrary. Thia Joiuciplo which holdi good in tho workinga tif tho animal economy, applies with cqunl validity to llio machinery of governments. A disoaso that throalom lo beenmo const! tutional, soon, from being local, pcrvadct l tie fuires.1 portion! of tho lystom. Slavery, tho only llret, and now tho cxcUing causo ul tho prosont condition of iho country, por form! tliO functions of that evil. Onto ng srresaivo and rxtcting, u 1 w n y a to. Onco ur liitrary and coorcivo, always ao. Onco o little devil, nnw u big onu, which ifnllowcil 10 livo, Liberty luuit dio. Tim condition of Shit evil hat boon euch, that tho Govern tucnt horotoforo has eXercisud a dofunaivo policy or trcatinutii. In condition hut noir entirely chnngod, and with it tho policy of tha Govornmont, which, liko a good physi-i cian, chongos hit remed...

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. — 17 May 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. 1' armors and comuneri of Geau ga. Co., patronize your liumo merchants' unci nircbmiics j Jo noi, when you get ii lo money, Mich up no J ro out of town find Jo your (ruling ! you c m buy at elicip and duriblu articles licit- hi any wbtr. Suppose you 0 tliera cl;enptr by tlip froro liotuc, docs it moro tUo make lh diUorrnc when we take into accouut the xira travel, horso-feed, wenr and lent of khov-lcRtlier.of conscience nnd l.orseliide T Suppose the merchant i! 0'iU leave town !o buy tlu-ir provli-ion, hdJ not buy of you. They take all ll.e trouble ar.ij puma fur a litili? money in re turn, to furnish you good, cheap and durable goods, and now come up ntid paironizu tlii'm. Keep the money cireu- ,...iu$ iu town, nnd lliey will fuel twice as! well toward you fur it. tV The wuol-growou of (SeRuga. and am rounding section won J find It for their advHiilni;e to deal willi the Cleveland Wool IVpol Co., as they are a firm of tsthbliihed reputation won by thi-ir lion r-ib'...

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. — 17 May 1861

From the New England Farmer. Wasted Manure. Hit. Editc : Porbups it never oo tarred Co msny of llie reader! of tho J'ut, a vast amount of manure is Vnjled evcrv year whtoli miirlit be saved, by a Utile (up thought and judicious Management, llie old proverb lias it, "A penny saved, is worth two earned," and no doubt the rule will apply to ma nures aa well as pennies, and litre is my Dlari for saving it. Here in Vermont and we presume it is the case in oilier placet many of 4he burn-yards are so situated, that while the snow is melting awav. as well as in rainy times, there is quite a stream of water running through the yard, leaching and washing away the best pari of the manure. And with re gard to many of the old-fashioned barns, which have no cellars, the manure is thrown out of windows directly under the caves of the bare, and there it lies, ofien all through the summer, soaking nnd trashed with every shower. This should Hot be so ; no farmer can a Cord to lose so much as is lost ...

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. — 24 May 1861

Ipemacrai. ontdtt J. 0 CONVERSE, Proprietor. 51 Ultclils Ntuispaprr, Dtuotrlr to t!)t Dissemination of Republican Principles, Cbucation, (Stmperantf, Cittraturt, agritulturf , ono tlje Xma of tljt Dan. TERMS-$1,50 per Annum. VOL. XII, NO. 21. CIIAHDON. GEAUGA COUNTYOIIIO. FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1801. WHOLE NO., 593. Crje Jcfftrsonian Democrat 18 PVILIIIIID EVERY FRIDAY WonKIMO AT CHAEDOK, Geanga County, Cbio. Jirtrllf ow tht new Store of IViHint A KilUf, mot tide of He rUit Sieire. TERM St If paid n advance, f io if not pal.l within ths year, .......... .. a ou tirAII kiiiJa of rnorcliantabU produce taken in asymont, it tlie market price. mN por diaconunuud until nil arrearages PJi sxevpl at tho option of the Publisher. KATK-; OF ADVERTISING. luiL AiitsufKi ihu. n il I i. ....... i... I r.,i. Kiwi: SOets.a squara, lirat hisortiuir, each sub qu.nl insertion, i't ext. a scpinro. u.;a!(ss .YweRfumiijira will be inserted at the toMowhiT rat it: One Square three insertions, " twj montlia, " thr...

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. — 24 May 1861

JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. C1I1 RUM, Oil I II, FRIDAY, MAY 24, l?6l. Will England Recognize the Independence of the Confederate States? A special dispatch to the Now York Evftihg Poit savs : The GtoVornmont has rocolvod advices from London, which afford tntisfuctnry in allcatlont ot tho linn nf policy which will l0 punned by (he British Government to ward tbo lecodod States. Tho Administra lion ontortnint n Arm conviction Hint its courso in crushing nut (lis rebellion will bo full; sustained in England. Tolcgrapbic rumori aro to contradictory Ibat little reliance can bo placed upon thom, yot wo believe tho abovo to bo sub tantially truo. If England does not sus tain tbo Administration in iia efforts to put down rebellion, wo havo a right to expoct that she will not intermeddle with our na- tional affairs until tho contest bos boon do - cidod. Judging from thn well-known Anti Slavery charactor of tho English people, or the principles of inlornatinnal law, tlmro should Lo no doubt on...

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. — 24 May 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. JtJT After an II litest of mora ihiin throa reU, wo bavo again res u mod our editorial labor. Rifle at Perry. Tho Ltdio of Chunlnn, havinp, with tie uitomoJ llliorality.oontiiuoro'l tor tint pur chatoof a Bitnnnr for tho fLuuga It flu Company at Camp Perry, a goodly number of (horn, with a Inir prlnlinr of thy other sot, riaitad tho Camp on Thursday woek, tn present It. Tbo day was fair, an imin not unworthy of nolo in thoao latter du.js, nnd tho camp ground in flue condition nd tho OTolutiona of tho Company, though tomowhat unique and amusing to tho un initiated, allowed commuiduMo progrora in learning the military art. Thu f.ira was amplo, end tho manner In which It win do-cuss-id tliowed that It was apprrciutod by tho Uoauga hoys. .U.iy they never karri After dinnor, tho lablo w.is re-arrnngod, and loadod with an abundance of prime natablos, tho handiwork of Chardoo lad if. In addition .o tho lubatantinl ot camp faro; and right heartily did visitors and anldior e...

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. — 24 May 1861

Counsel to Our Volunteers---How to Prepare for the Campaign. The following hints to our volunteer aro and should t)0 lioodorl I TO OUR YOUNG SOLDIERS. 1. Romoinber (hat In campaign moro Won d from sickness tlmn by thu tiu'.lot. a. lAno your blanket with nnu thickness oT brown drlline. Thii ml. Is but tour Uncus io weight, an J doubles iho warmth. fjiiy a small Indul mfA-T blanket, (only 1,60) lo lay on the ground, or lo ihroir omi your shoulders u-hca on nil nd duly during a rain tlorm. Mutt of tliu Knatorn troops urn Jiruvidod with th. Straw to lio upuu ia Hot always to bo hud. 4. Tho boat military hnt in mo la tho light colored toft foil, tho crown boina aulti ciontly hiu,h to allow spnco-for ovr over tho brain. You can fusion it up as u ijntitinuiitul iu fair weather, or turn it dowu whuu it is wot, or Tory tunny. 6. Lot your board grow, to al to protect tho throat and lungs. 0. Koo your ontiro person clean. Thii provonts forms ami bowel complaints in warm climates. Wash your bod...

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