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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 31 May 1861

4f e Jef fetsonian etnoiraf J 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 3 tUecklQ Ntaiapaprr, Dcrjotrii to t!)t Dissemination of Urptttlicaii priruipltp, (Cbucation, ciiiptranct, fiitratrtrr, Agriculture , anl tl;c JTtwfl of tl;e Daji. TERMS--$l,50per Aunnra. VOL. XII, NO. 22. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1801. WHOLE NO., 591. LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 23] AN ACT Supplementary tn thn "uet regu'ating tjio inodo (if nltniiiistni ing assignments hi liusl fur itw benefit of creditors," passed April u, n.vn. rcTlON 1. lit il enacted b. the General i Jlttembly of the Stale of Ohio, That every peianu nun anuii nivo poilnmed any labor a an oporutiro in tho aurrico of any per n or onrpnralion who shall horeitltor ns liiu prnportv In liuat for llio biMiefll of creditors, aball bo ontiiled to rtcoirl out nl llio Inibt fund, whoro Iho aamo is iimnHiu liMit to p;iy all dobta of tlio nanignor, tho full amount of tlio wngos duo to such per ton for auch luh r, noi eKcoodinjf ono bu...

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. — 31 May 1861

JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. TI t m'r . . rr . " ! to CniRDOMIlIt), FRID.IY. MAY II, 1SG1. The Privateering Question. 'Mate Washingtse telegram announced that 8ocrotary toward had notified tho Governments of Great Britain, Austria, Franco, Prussia, Russia, Sardinia and Tur key, vbteh vara represented in the rarli Conference of IS5, that tho Govornmont of tbe Unltod Statos eccopts tho docluration of that Conference, whereby privateoring was made piracy. This telegram was calculated to create the Improiilon that tho Govortimont, whoto foreign ot woll as do mestic polioy was 10 lonf diotatod by the South, bad previously rejected tho doclura tion and upheld privateoring. But tho his tory of tho question, which has boon retired by tbo New York Timt$, shows such an im protsion to be orfonoous that tho Govorn tnonl, so far from rejecting tho declaration, proposed, during the Administration of Mr. Tierce, to to around it at to make It moro emphatic and comprehensive and that Iho proposition ...

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. — 31 May 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. Court of Common Pleas. Tho onion Ming. Court of Common I'loas I now in In this village, Judgo Wildor pre-: Tbo name of the Grand and Pi.tlt I Juror tto follows) Grand Juror, Julius Itnrlhurt, Huiner Mill, JoIiq Watorton, Wm. MeUoo, 8amm I Bittlos, Myron Eggjoston. J. C. Treat. John Carlton, Clinton Goo.1i.in, Joim Unwell, Micliool n.irnpi. Wm. K. Brndlny, Ooo. A. Mosulcy. T. L. l'hlpp. J. 10. Bruco. Petit JurariY. B Pelton. II. IJ. Vln conf, Buiijamitt Downing, Wm. H. Judd, Aa Tucker, P. It Butc, 8. A. Clark, 8am usl Payne, E'J-ih B Bjiiey, Josmh Miller, Boj. Crafts, 8." P. MorrifluiJ. Tho Grand Jury found hut ono Indict ment, t:i, against Luwia S. Popo.fur aitault tid battery, Shoriff While, who has boon seriously 111 for a number of weds, I unablo to bo In Court. We aro han.iv to loam hnn,. I thai hi health is slowly Improving. Tho duties of the ofTmo are porfnrmi d in crod llablo manoor, by deputies Tumoroy and Djuglast. P" Wo publish Dr. II:rlows rj under to Dr....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 31 May 1861

Matrimonial Retaliation. Some years since, In tlie county of Tenobscol, there lived man by the name of H , whose greatest pleasure was in tormenting other ; his own family was generally the but of Ins sport. One cold, bluleiln night tie retired to bed at an early hour his wife being absent. Sometime after she relumed and finding the door closed demanded ad mittance. Who are you ?" cried H. "You know well enough who I am ; et me in, it's very cold." "Begone I you strolling vagabond, I rant nothing of you here." "But I must come in." "What's your name V "Y.ou know my name it's Mrs. II." "Begone I Mrs. II. is a likely woman, And never keeps such hours a tliU." "If vou don't let me in, I will drown myself in the well." . "Do. if vou Dloase," he replied. She took up a big log, plunged it into the well, and returned to the aiu of the door. Mr. II. hearinpf the ooiso, rushed from the house to saro as he supposed, his drowoiog wile. She at the same time, slipped ioto the house and cloel the...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 7 June 1861

Jeffcrsotitim JB(Vlt0ttit. JO. COSVEBSg.fr.prlttM. . a ullilt N.m.pap.r, Deoct.b to tl) Din,,inlio of republican flnnriplrs, Citation, Ctmptraiict, Cittratnrt, arltslts, una lljt ffros it II). Pas. TEKlISl,5lItr jura. VOL. XII, WO. 23. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY. JUNE 7, 1801. WHOLE NO., 595.' f I 3tl)t Jcfftrsonian Democrat 18 POBLIHIIBD EVKHT FRIDAY MPRMKO AT CHARD ON, Oeaog County, Chio. lfice rfir.y oivr (As rw .Vor, JI',M,m & TEKMSi If paid In II J v nee, $1 so It not paid within the yrsr,.... 2 0(1 tCr.YII kinds of merchnntabU product token in f aymenl, it the market price. .No papor discontinued until all arrearage except at lbs option of tin I'ubliehcr. RATKS OK ADVF.UTI.SINO. UaiL AnvKHTisFtirrrs will lie inserted as fol low: 50 ct. (I aipiare, first Insertion; each aub equanl insertion, 23 cts. a aqunro. Bcsi.vcss AuvtarisEWK.VTs will be Inserted at iheliaMowin!; rati'a: On Square three insertions, fl 00' " " two moiilha, 2 2 J " three months, 3 00 " " six mo...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 7 June 1861

tJBTRtoKo"mo;FniDAfTO7illir Death of Senator Douglas. The news ia pol ftn w;ngg 0f jghtnlnR through tho land., tbat Sonator Douglus is dead I Thousand, f admiring followers HI foel the toaiof tholr froat loader, and none will r09(t th. Announcement of tho sad svitto difference. His death wits occasioned by an attack of typhoid fovor, and was not unexpected to those who liud been aware of his condition for many days. A biographical sketcb of Stephen Arnold Douglas may 1e found in tho JVrte Ameri tun Cyclnptdiii. Ho was bora In Brandon, Rutland Co., Vt April 231, 1S13. Being loft fathorloss whoa an infaat, lio lirod with iits mother, and a sister eighteen months older thao bimso'.f, until fifteen yours of ge, whon, as bo bad not tho means to ob tain a collegiate education, lia served an olghteon months' apprenticeship at cabinot snaking, In MidJIotown and Draudon ) after which be studied a year in tho ac&domy of tho lattor placo. About this timo, hi tnothor was marrlod to a Mr. Qr...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 7 June 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. gVTk Court of Common Pleas ad Journed on Wednesday. Two young men by the name of Jones, wera tried for. , , . , ,. . I burelnry. but the jury did r.ot rTgree. Two divorr-e, were granled, and all the ! ltailioud enses weie n'ain continued. " I jtr".Vli.ss Uii.BMtT'a Cakpxb," written by I)r.J. Q. Holland, author of "Tho Tiicomb Lottors," "Bitter Sweol," aud oitior popular reiki of piose and poetry, ) a story which ovorybody mny ro.id with profit. Tho style ii entertaining, tho character! natural j and well luitalnoil, and tho morale t,nir u !iai more than one) foYcibto and instructive ri - 1-:..... .... I. !' n.nrtn.liini. I h. ' J III jui iiifciuu. i,,. . ............. .. minds of children with study tnu un tincliou botwocn real and nrliflciut gtoutneii tho folly of seeking to bo happy by lecur In ir the nriilutifii of tbe world woman's trtio Sphere and. man's noblest ambition j tbi.'SO things and more are illustrated in I lli.s ri lb. ii i'a fnrnne islili;h. aiih ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 7 June 1861

Ellsworth's Presentiment. The "Philadelphia Citrtle tajt i Oo the J)tht before hit reglmont left Washington for OoorgolowD, Klltworth aad tome of (ho eaptaint of hit regiment wer In querlort preparing for the morrow't march. Capt John Wildoy. of company I, wat "perhaps, the favoriia of poor Klltworth. The two ioldioti in the tame room, woio to looting their ariparul for tho text day't march. Capt. Wilde; laid out hit ordinary dress, and wat prupaiing to put it on. Elltworth had done tho tuino tiling, but, M Wildey wat robing, Elltworth ttood iu a muting attitude. n "Why don't you drost youriolf ? nikod Wildoy, woo wai robing with considerable) expedition. J I am thlnklne." fld KPtworth, ilowly.l 'in what clothe I ihall din." "Die, ui dear follow J What do you talk of dying for ? Before you die you will oa the American flag flying ovor every city in the Union, and all tho tocntsion ring Jeadort will liaro boon hung or oxilod. Klltworth tbook bit hoad tad'.y, and laid nothing for a mo...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 14 June 1861

out an J. 0. CONVERSE.Troprlctar. d tUtcklfi Ncwapaptr, Dcootri) to l)t Dissemination of Republican Principles, (ffbutation, (Dempcrancc, Citcraturc, dgueutture, cno iljt Jftwf of tlje Dan. TER3IS$l,50ptr lanum. VOL. XII, NO. 24. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. JUNE 11, 1801. WHOLE NO., m: l)e jeffewouian Btmocrit" la fusLisimu ivtur mtbAt stritrmo.A CHAEDON, Geauga Cotnly, Chio. Cjfi' aVrsrliy aver 'k. t Stor, oWilkinii & Anltri, must aids i.J the rMie Xiuare. TERMSt r paU In advance, fl SO f nut paid wiihin the year, 'i 00 yAII kinds of merchantable produce taken in f ariaont, at the market price. .N paper discontinued until ell arrearages era paid, except at the option of the Publisher. HATES OK ADVERTISING. Mast AuveRriscsusrs' will lie inserted as fol lows: Met, a equaro, first insertion; etch sub sequent iasertion, 15 eta. a square. ftutiisss AovKansEasars will U Inserted at abe fullowini rat 'S: One Square three insoruons, " " two months, " threa months, " " eix m i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 14 June 1861

tBLIFt D. CONVERSE, Editor. Hi AfiON, OHIO, FRIDAY,. USE U.18C1. to The Fourth of July. Prom present indications, tbe Fourth of Duly will, tbie year, bo mora generally and more appropriately celebrated throughout bo loyal States, than it bae ever been since be earlier yoart of tbe Republic. And It la well that it should thus be celebrated ; fpr Dover boforo sioce the establishment of our National Independence, bas there boon such urgent oeod for all bo detire that tbe benign institutions of tbair country should ha nroserved and perpetuated, to pledgo oew tboir devotion to tbe principles of I il civil and religious liborty whloh giro to that fsy its sublime slgnificanoo. So long was tbe Union dosccratod by traitors, and made. In their hands, both a hieid and an instrument of oppression and rime, mat patriotism was oog.nnmg to uiu out In the hoarts of the people, and to peak of our National blessings loomed al- xnost like mockery. But, at lost, now era lias dawned, and, notwithstandin...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 14 June 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. HOME DEPARTMENT. Chardon Light Guards. An Independent Company of about 40 rncbers, under tbt abort nama, bit just complied its orrjaniv-.ilun in thii place. "TLt following Officer! have been eleclej ! CnploinV. Gansnn. 1st Lieut. B B. Woodbury. Wtn. Robert. 31 4lh " StnTI H( quire. -E. Led yard PlieW A Constitution and By-Laws have also I ten adopted for the government of the Company. Arrangements b'ave been tnade for procuring uniforms, and it is expected tbat '.lie Company will be fully equipped in the course of next week. All persons desirous of joining the Company are requested to make application at once. Tba elected Business 0 fibers of the Company for the current year, are : Prcsi rlttit, M. C. CanBeld 5 Secretary, L. C. Ludlow ; Treasurer, II. N. Spencer. Donation to the Chardon Volunteers. Tba people of this tilings and its vi inily have forwarded a large quantity ot provisions, and also a sufficient number of kavelocks and hospital shirts, to the Chardon V...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 14 June 1861

The Whip Among the Romans. The whip played a very conspicuous J)r in both the publio aod private life of tbe Komans. Ihe licton, always allend tag tbe consuls, wore (heir bunches of tods, not merely for slate show, a'.'.nouh it was not permitted to beat Tloraan cili Kent except ia the ca 0f tltoir beinsj thieve. bot were beaten with rnooth leU airapa.called ferulw; more pwo'".. were thu vutiva, made of several trips of parchment twisted together ; nd th euperUllva wa the ox hide.ealled l&agellum, of lea ritflit ' terrible. Most terrible of all was an instrument imported from abroad, the Spanish whip, used only Joj very severe masters. They had not only the right of whipping slaves al pleasure, but even of killing them. Some masters, not satisfied with the plain Spanish whip, made it more terrible by fastening small nails or bones, and little leaden balls to it. Slaves were stripped,: their hands tied to a tree or pout, soil their feet hindered from kicking by the tlog of a handl...

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. — 21 June 1861

"Si f-i onion i S. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. ft lUeckts Ntwapaptr, Dtoottb to tl)t DiBrtimtaticm of Republican Printiplti.Cincatton.Otmptrttntt.Cittrtttore, Slgririiltttrf, ano tl)t JT'tB. of tl)t Ear), VOL. XII, NO. 25. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. JUNE 21, 1801. WHOLE NO., 597. iiietitoctat. Clje Jtffersonian Dtmocrttt JS PUBLISIIRD By ER Y FRIDAT MNO.T CHAEDON, Geauga County, Ohio. dire-lly ever (, k.i. Mere TKt'itin. JL'Ury, ii o (A Fttlit Vft. TERMSi If said In atvaace, SI 50" ll' qo( paid within lh fnr, I 00 UTAH kinds of merchantable produee taken ia payment, at th market price. Ne piper discontinued until all arrearage re paid, ticept at tit. option of tin Publisher. RATES OK ADVERTISING. Aaesfc AuVkSTisciir.Nri will be ineerted a. fot tow.: 50 en. a .qttare, first insertion: aach sub- eaaaal Intnrtiun, 45 eta. a square, j '!ni ABTiariaaaMTa will be UMrttit at the following rate One Bquar. three inacr uone, $ 1 00 " two month., 9 8 J " three month., 3 00 " aix m nth,...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 21 June 1861

JIlwS 0, COJiVERSE, Editor. CIIARDOX, IlillO, FRIDAY. JLNE 21, ISOI. GRAND Union Celebration, FLAG-RAISING, MILITARY PARADE AND BANNER PRESENTATION, At BURTON, July 4th, 1861. In accordanco with rifon, Ihoro will be 1 nolico provlntity GRAND UNION CELEBRATION FOURTH, IHfll. AT BURTON. JULY Too Townships havo nlrondy signified their inlontioB to bo nrosont. 'Others are jot to bo heard from. Tho Military organ izations of tho County havo boon Invito.! and will bo in attondunco. Jl Ihtnner will le prrtenlrd to the hnt drilled Company in the County, by the Ladin of llurtun. Tim Military are uitacNTl.T requested lo v;hii thrmnelori at 9 o cluck Jl. M. Hons. REUBEN HITCHCOCK, J. A GARFIELD, F. T. BACKU3, And otlior distinguished speakers, havo boon invitod to bo present, and some of thorn have signified thoir Intention to no lo. Snldien of 1812 are erproally invited lo be pment Tho Committoo of Arrangomotits on nounos tho following PROGRAMME OF THE DAY : Flnir-Ruisin? nl 9;30 A. M.. aOor ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 21 June 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. From Baltimore and Washington. Mr. Sairiuol 8uiro, or tlii vlllago, arrived at home from Daltitnoro, on Tuesday even 'ins. Ho spont (Wo days In that city, and 'ropnrti l!iu( Ita pooplo wore apparently bout equally diridod In lonlitnont, (lie aristocracy and tho rowdius favoring Se cession, and lha commnrcial cIum and the bnst portion of thu foreign population being Unionist. Business was at a perfect stand still. Tun regiment ef United States troops, stationed in and about tlio city, with (lie most stringent polieo regulations, kept the rubols In oxcvllunt iiihjoctior., and in lured general qalot and order. Mr. Bttuiro law two Pennsylvania rcgiinonts puts through the city, and, though no disturb anco occurred, it was evident from (ho hissos and Insulting remarks of bystantlurs, that their prosonco causod groat indignation. Thu people of Baltimore, he says, are living jn hone of now compromise. Mr. Sqttiro also visilcd Washington, which bad tho appournnce of a grand ...

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. — 21 June 1861

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 11.] AN ACT to an act to nennrage 1347 Institute, passed February 8, nd tbo several auneodmoDti thcro- CTto! 1. Beit enacted by Ihe General eftstemhly tf Ike Staie of Ohio, That where n association tt toaehors of common obools, called teacher's Institute, hai been Of Ma; be formed by teaehori of two or Xnore contiguous counties, the county com Bnlisiooera of eaeb of laid oountiua.sro hero- Jb authorised to appropriate for the use of aid association, a sum not decoding ono nondred dollars in aoy ono year, Iroin any moneys in tbe county treasury not otborwiso appropriated. bo. 2. Tbe moneyi to appropriated hall, upon tbe ordorof tbo county auditor, bo paid orer to tbe enmmittoo or treasurer of said institute provided that no pare of Abe money sball be ordurod by the county auditor to be paid over, except upon tli potitioD of at least twenty practical touch- crs, residents of tho county in which such appropriation sball...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 28 June 1861

J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. VOL. XII, NO. 20. a tDftklfl Nraepapfr, Dcoottb to trjt Ditirminationof ntpnblican'prlnclplrf, (flotation, Dcmpfron(,Citcratnrf, djritnltnrt, onb tt)c Jfttu of trjt D05. TERMS-$l,50pfr Aucnro. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. JUNE 28, 1801. WHOLE NO., 598. 31 1) t Jcffcrsonian Democrat IlPOBLIiniD IVRRT MIDaT MORKIKO AT CHARDON, Geanga County, Ohio. Qfi aWfy ever M r .Vere e tVi'sMis A , tui o (As fmttit Vre. TIRMIi f ptlj In advance, fl 50 h net paid within tha year 3 (H i" Alt kill-It of merchantable predae ukm in aytnent, at ih. market price. N paper disotminiied until lit arrearage f said, execpt at lh. option of the Publisher. RATF.3 OF ADVERTISING. Mlt AaVKTieE1fltTa will be inserted fol lows: 10 cts. a square, first tnortion; ..cli ub iii.nl insertion, 33 cts. a square. bVsivass Aiiirnttr will U inserts1 at the following rates: Una Sqimr three inscrnons, (I OO " " two month., It S " " thre month., 100 " aix m intha, 4 00 " " nna year, 6 00 Ha...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 28 June 1861

JtLlUS 0. COB VERSE, Editor.- CniRDO.1, OHIO, FRIDAY, JUNE IS, 1861. Grand Union Celebration, FLAG-RAISING, MILITARY PARADE AND BANNER PRESENTATION, At BURTON, July At BURTON, July 4th, 1861. In accordance with notice proving'!; given, there will be GRAND UNION CELEBRATION AT BURTON, JULY FOURTH, 1861. Tea Townsbipt bare already signified tbeir Intenlioa to be preterit. Otheri ere jet to be heard from. Tbo Military organ ization! of the County bare been Invited, and will be in attendance. A Banner trill be presented to th beet-drilled Company in ihe Courtly, by the Ladies of Burton. Tbo Military are vbobntlt requhtku to rrport themselves at 9 o'clock A. M. Hom. REUBEN HITCHCOCK, J. A. GARFIELD, t, T. BACKU3, And other distinguished speakers, hare boon iov Ited to be present, and some of tbom have signified thoir Intontion to do to. Soldier tij 1812 are especially invited to be present. Tho Committee of Arrangomouti an oouneo tho following PROGRAMME OF THE DAY ! Flas-Raisini ai 9.30 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 28 June 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. The Celebration of the Fourth at Burton. Wo learn from our Burton friend, with equal surprise and rogrot, that Individuals Lavo endoavorod, by circulating false ru tnorl, to dlspeisgo tho coining Culohratlon of tlia Fourth at thai placet. Such rumor loldora coroo from vory Influential sources, tod almost Invariably fil of thoir oljool. The people of tbi portion of tbe County ire ntioot that tho Cotobration should bets off to the satisfaction of lliulr Burton neighbors, who have cortatnly mnutfitstvd k Commendable ipirit In providing for it, anil, If tboro aro ny cxonptioni, we know not who thoy rp. All muat agroo that it i noither right nor expedient, to croata a division among the peopl g ofrtbe County, specially at this time, upon iho quostloii of celebrating the Fourth of July s aud, a no olbor Townhip hat providad for a County CelebraMun, tt i to bo liopod there pill tu a grand rally at Burton. fee on and report of fee both order 1 the t'.lk, The Chardon Light G...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 28 June 1861

Contempt of Court. ferorj one baa heard end wilt remember Sow Tom Marshall was one engaged in lawsuit holore magi.!, anJ a point of tovideneo being tloc'.dod against him, he be name slightly irviuted, bat with the blandest expression, F, eould assume under the cir cnmsUnr M he said to the magistrate : "1 'isb yoor Worship would fine me 5 contempt of Court." The Coort It not aware of any contempt, Wfi Marshall, for which you should be fined." 'Well, I fool a most profound contempt Tor this Court," rospondod Marshall, with that pecoliar twitching of facial nerres, for which be Is so romarkaolo. 1 hore was a roar of laughter from tho crowd. And now for an Imitation : . The other day a young lawyer was em- nloved to prosocate a man indicted for larcony boforo a committing court composed of three Magistrates. On hearing tho trsti inony they rofusod to commit tho prisoner to jail. Our lawyer whoso namo is McKay bad heard the above anocdoto of Marshall, end eoncludod to tnko revengo on tho...

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