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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 5 July 1861

Cilje Mffzm 0 tit an J. 0. COXVERSEprlctor. 21 U)reklS Nim3P4tper, Dcootcb to tl,e PUtcmination of Utpublican Prlnclplu, Ontationcmpcrantr.Citeratnre, ajr.en.tnri, an) tljf Kent of tljt Darj. TF,RMS-$l,5o:per Annum. r.; ll" VOL. XII, MO, 27. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. JULY 5, 1801. WHOLE NO., 599. &lje Jtffcroontan Democrat ii'uiaisiigi svBiir rmnAY Monnihg at CHARDON, Qeanga County, Ohio. Office Mrt' tly oe.r h7?tw .V,or, 0f Wilkin, A AW,y, r( ,!, if the TMie Hovrs. TfiR MS. If paid In advance, tl 50 II nut paid within tlio your g oO vTAII kiiiils of merchantable prcdnce taken in payment, at the market price. .A" l"lK di,li"l until all arrearages Me paid, except at the op,ion of the Publisher. . , RATES OF ADVERTISING. S"f. Advertisement will he inserted s.fol- mmIT. i "I'l1"'1'"' insertion; each tub- e.iueui inaenioti, 25 eta. square. " '"" ADviartsiiiiK.vrs will be inserted at the luUowlnii rut : One ftpfcire three iiiaotunns, fl 00 J " two months, 2 2i ' " tliroe...

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. — 5 July 1861

CHlRftDI, OHIO, FRIDAY. JCLT &, ISGt. Reign of Terror in Tennessee---Whole Families Fleeing for their Lives. Mr. II. P. Straight, who tcsides in thft neighborhood of this tillage, and is a cousin of the Mr. Straight, of Cincinnati, bo summarily driven out of Montgomery, Ala., a few month ago, has fifteen rela tives now in Salem, Marion Co., 111., who lave been compelled to flee from their Lomes in Solon, White Co., Tenn., at the peril of their lives, for no crime but that of loyally to the Union. Among the number are his parents, between sixty and seventy years of age, (his father being described as a "white-haired old nan,") and several helpless children.- The Straights emigrated from Ashtabula County in this State, to Tennessee, some Tears before the existing rebellion broko out, and had there accumulated consider able property, which has now fallen into she hands of tbe traitors. Tbey ore rep resented as industrious, intelligent and high-minded, and their unfortunate ex perie...

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 July 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. The Gipsys. A company of wanderers, of various get tnd both sexes, purporting to be English f3ipay,en(l numbeiing In at per from the west, on Thursday of last week. They Were well supplied with horses and covered wagons, and fotmed two encamp mend in the nrlhb orinjj woods. They remained until Saturday, when they passed on to the nst, their destination, we preaume, being unknown 1o them elves. Their wandering life had made Ihem brown and rusty ; yet some were tolerably good-bolting, and all evidently harp judges of human nature. As these singular creatures, from infancy to old age, neither have nor desire any home but the wide world, they continually wander from place to place, the men -trading horses, and the women selling fcaikets, clothes-pins, Sto., and telling fortunes, for a living. We have not lurned that they ccmmitlcd any depre dations in this vicinity. Trial of Mowers. was. a and rainy most opportune for the crops, and rather unfavorable for tho fair trial...

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 July 1861

The Spirit of the Rebels,—A Courageous Woman. Colonol Lar.dor toll en amusing tneidont, M illustrative of the spliH that governs the Virginia rebel. At (le was ahead of tho troops, riding dowr, tno fotd, roconnoitering, h came to hrM by the roadside, where tho woman r j, wM u)( whoc,.Yaokoo-liko, tio began flogtion ber about the number f Soo'j,,,,!, j ,, neighborhood. She r..d to know what tide he boloneod lo. "jb repliod by asking if alio suppoaod ho would bo la that neighborhood it ne did not want to join tho Secessionists, lie learned from hoc that the robola had no artillery. Before he roturnod from bis roconnoisance f the town of Pbilippl the woman had dis covered ber mistake, and had a pistol in hand for him. which sbo discharged at bim. without ant damaeo. howoror. He took off bil bat and bowod to ber, and boggod hor not to boot at bit moo, aa they would kill ber. Just than tho advance) of bis roonn uoitoring party camo up, wbon ho ordorod B eouplo of tliom to soizo tho woman...

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 July 1861

J. 0 CONVERSE, Proprietor. 5 tOttkljj Ntmspaptr, Dtuottbio tlje Diflocniinaticn of tttpnb.itan prtnctptcs, arintation,imperontf,Citeratnrit2lgritnltn, anl tt)t JCctufl of tlje Doc. TERMS-, 1,50 per Annum. VOL. XII, NO. 28. CilARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY. JULY 12, 18C1. WHOLE NO., COO. Clje Jtffcrflonian Democrat ! PUBLISHED KVKHT FHIDAt MORMlne AT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. "'" ovtr Ftort of Wilkins A A.tf.ji, .f dt o the Public iVr. TERM S: if pull) in advance, 1 so It nut (tu i,l wuhin the year, 2 00 WAll kinds of merchantable produce taken in payment, at the market price. . No paper discontinued until all arrearage. p.iu, oiLi-pi at ine option ol the rubluher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. LtaiL Adtebtiseme.yts will be inserted a fol lower Ml on a aquare, tirat insertion; each sub sequent insertion. 25 eta. a eauare. BuaiMKjs Auvf ariss.nENTj will be Inserted at tie following ratiii: One tptare three iawirtions, l 00 " two months, 8 S " " three months, 3 00 "aix month 4 00 " on...

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. — 12 July 1861

tbe lett to regret m the loyal Citizens lavs in dae form claimsd it protection. Those loyal citizens the Government U bound to recognise and protect as being la Virginia. In the border States so tealfed, in fact the middle Stiles, there are ihos Who favor a potior which ther call armed neutrality ; thai is, an arming of those btates to prevent the Union forces passing one Way, or the Disunion the other, over Ibeir soil. This would be dis union completed ; figuratively speaking, it wonld be the building of an impassable wall along the line of separation, and yet Dot quite an Impassable one; for, under the guise of neutrality, it would tie the bands of tho Union men, and freely pass aupplies from among them to the iosur- rectionists. which it oould not do as an open enemy. At a stroke it would take II the trouble off the hands of secession, except only what proceeds from the ex ternal blockade. It would do for the disunionisls that which, of all things, they most desire feed them well...

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 July 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. The Tenth of September to be Celebrated at Chardon We ro authorised lo stato that the Char, rlnn Light Guards are making preparations fur a Grand Coluhratlnn of tlio. Tonth of September at this place. All llio Military Companion of the Count; will be lovitori to be prosenl, and a Splendid Bword will be awarded to tho ono which ahall evince tho grnalosl prnfiVloncy In drill. The Light Guards will not, of com so, be among tho competitors, A full programme will bo published hero-after, Arrest and Commitment for Perjury. A boy namotF Ed win 1'. lluniuls, charged with perjury, was arretted by Constable 1'easo, at Burton, on the morning of the th, by vlrtuo of a warrant issued bv John Nichols, Eiq., on complaint of Mrs. Francos P, Harrison, of MiddloAold. Tho circum stances which led to the complaint, wore these i At the last torm of tho Court of Common Ploas, Mrs. II irrisnn obtained a divorce from her husband, Luthor P. Har rison, and, to amid tho payment of S1000 alimo...

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 July 1861

Banner Presentation. A Banner was presented to the Char loo Light Guards, Ij the Indies of our Aill&ge, on Wednesday of last week. Mrs. Nioholi, fa tholr behalf, mads tho presentation ia t short, ft beautiful and appropriate speech, which wo publish .with m-jch pleasure : OtntkmtnMtmbnt of th Chardon Za$ M Guard .'The Ladies of Chardon talk with interest upon your organization us a Military Company. Ever ready to proffer aid and enoour ftgement to whatever may add attraction to our tillage ; appreciating your efforts to fit yourselves for an efficient response (to the call of patriotism, should such call Jbe made ; and wishing to testify, in some anpible form, our respect for individual worth and commendable publio spirit, we present jou, gentlemen, this, our National The Stars and Stripes 1 The Star Spangled Banner of our country I Aye ! our country 1 bnptised with the noblest Iilood that ever flowed in human veins 1 Our country I sanctified by tho suffering of our Revolutionar...

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

L. OttttUT j J. 0. CONVERSE, Troprlctrfr. 21 lUtckla Nftoapapfr, DeootfH to tljt DiflBtmination of republican printiplfB, CbutQtion.OJtmptrontr.Cittratnrf, Igrienltnrt, onb t!) JCt of.tlje Darj. TEHMS$l,50per AnBuin. (A IE) I III t VOL. Ill, NO. 20. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. JULY 19, 1801. WHOLE NO.G01. l)t Jeffrrsonian Democrat POBMSII0 tVERT FRIDAY MOIIKIKO AT CHAELON, Geauga County, Ohio. 0ji"t- i;rtr'l " Store t Wilkin, a Ajf, mtll ,iJ, of tht Imblic 'liommr: TERM Si if pnl.l lii advance, i iso "not paid within the year 2 04) rT-.Vll kinds of merchantable produce taken In ."No pnpor discontinued until nil arrearages ere paid, except at the option of the Publisher. R ATES OK AI)VEHTlSINO. I.xoit . AuviiafisEME.vTa will ha innecl as fol low: jo ct. a square, first hierli..n; each sub sequent iuncrtion, li cts. a square. Ut-siiifiM AnvKRr.iKHK.XTi will be Insertr-d at the following rat's: One Square throe iniernons, 1 00 . " two months, g 25 . " three inoittha,.. 3 00 "...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 July 1861

CENTRAL OHIO LUNATIC ASYLUM. For tba navmwnt of the salaries of the su twrintondetit, assistant physician, steward tod totttttn or the central Ohio Lunatic ssv1nrji.thro thousand two hundred dollar. For tba payment of moral instruction In aid asylum, and for purchase of books, two Hundred doner. Tor provision and hocoasarv current ex jvense and repairs of aaid aijlum, thirty moueanq uoiiars. For paving sidewalk of asylum ground, ore nunarea aoiiara. SOUTHERN OHIO LUNATIC ASYLUM. ' for tbo payment of the talarioa of the woperlntocdent, assistant physician, steward , nd matron of tbo Soutboro Oblo Luoatio Asylum, two thousand leron hundred - dollar-. For tbe pavmont of (be moral Instruction ' of aaid asylum, and for the purchase of bonks, two buaaroa dollars. For provisions and necoasary current er peosos and repairs of said asylum, twenty' ' one thousand dollars. For omnibus, two hundred and twenty five dollars. For extending sower, two hundred dollars. NORTHER LUNATIC ASYLUM. For tb...

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. — 19 July 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. The Military at Burton. We are Indebted lo a correspondent of the Clovoland lltfatd, for a list of tbo Mill ""Urj Companies at Burtnn tin the Kourih : CliCllnr Homo Quanta, 00 mon, Capt fcbew Chardon Light Uuarda,.10 mon.Cntil. tlansnnt Burtnn linme Unnrda, CO mon, Oupt. II. H. Ford Nowbury Unserve Militia, UO mon, Cafit. Uutlori lluntsbnrg Reserve Militia. 70 men, Capt. Kylftt Aaburn Re serve Mlliila. SO men, Capt. Q linn t Chagrin Fall Zouave. 20 mm. Capt. Wyonff Cha flD hH GtinirN. 80 mon, Capt. Hall Uoatlgt Ornyn, 30 mon, (from Troy, Middle--field and Burton,) dipt. K. A. Knrd t timings Rangers, (cavalry,) I'.irkroan, 70 mon, Capt. Hoimori Chester lUngors, (cavalry,) 30 pion, Capl. Millor. twytt. John Parmelt, of this village, who veft home a few days nine, lo join lh C ind which ' nocompaniet the 7ih Ohio Re'imict, writes thai he has safely nrrived On the "sacred soil" of Old Virginia. JtWWo have redcived the eleventh aor.unl catalogue of the Weatero Reserve Kc...

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. — 19 July 1861

The Secretary of the Treasury's New Tariff. iDit tiTl which has 'ocen prepared bj w Secretary of thi Treasury, in accord rilh his rerjn report, leviee a duty of fifteen cent per pound on the importa tions ofgreejj and ten cents on black teas, four cents on coffee and coooa, and six cent chocolate all of which are now free. Raw sugar has a duty Imposed of from three quarters of a cent to two and half ceoia per pound. The duties are increased on imported liquors. Brandy is fixed tvt on dollar and fifty cents per gallon, distilled spirits sixty cents per gallon, ordials and liquors of all kinds erenty-fire cents per gallon. These features of the bill will largely increase the demand for cold water. Salt is to be taxed fifteen cents per bnndred pounds. The duties on pig iron, bar and railroad iron are reduced about eighteen percent., .. I .- t ! . 4 t J - VD SICOl W UUV GCIIt, lUSbCKU VI UUQ BUU Jialf cent per pound. Pig lead is raised . . . ,r . . i . irom i if ceute per puuuu ; aurci,...

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. — 26 July 1861

erf era 011W11 J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor, SI tottkljj Nrojopaptr, Dtcottb to tljt Difloriiiinatioii of Republican pr.nripiffl, onrotion,fmprrttntf,Ctttrftlart, agrifulttur, crib tljr .JCmm of ttjc Dos. TERMS$1,50pernnnro.' VOL. XII, NO. 3U CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. JULY 20, 1801. WHOLE NO., 002. fclje icffertonlan Otrtiotrtit "POBLUIIKD BVEUT MIDAV Men" 1 10. A CHAEDON, Geauga County, Ohio. TERMS) If pi!J In advance, ft 50 If ant paid within llio year, 2 DO fr'J-AII kinds of merchantable produce taken in aaymenl, at the market price. ,.Nu paper discontinued until all arrearage at paid, except at th option of the Publisher. R ATES OK A DVEHT1PI NO. AnriiRTKKjtKXTs will be Inserted aa fol ,0Wi an cm, in:in), first lincrtlon; each sub sequent iitenlon, 3i eta. a en,unre. flusniiss ADVtarncHL.NTa will be Inserted at thelullowinn rnt.m One Square throe insertion, l OO 8 25 . 3 1)0 4 00 . fi 00 " two month, "' " tlirao months,.- . " " tit m miha, " oa year, Half coWuia mx mon...

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 July 1861

ttlXtt 0, COHYEBSE, Editor. VtHHBD'i.'oHIO, FRIDAY, JLLt 10, 1861. The War News. The, nut bet boa to eventful weok. A terrible battle one of tbe meet destructive ever fought on thit Continent took place at J ituli'i Bud, a few mile from Manassas Junction, Va., on Sunday, resulting in a repulse and preolpitata retreat of tbo Fed eral Army. Our aoldiert fought bravely, nobly, and with terrible effect, and nearly won tbe day j but Ibey were overpowered by tbe immensely superior numbort of tbe enomy, and, hungry, weary, panic-stricken, -were compelled to retire. Let no man llarao them who la unwilling to face groator dangert, and make greater tacriOcos for hit country I We, In whoso cauio at wotl at tbeir own thoy encountered tbe foe, owe thorn a lasting debt of gratitude Tbe newt tbat our Army bad boon re pulsed with foarful lost, brought sorrow and gloom to every loyal heart. There were many tad facet and sleepiest eyes on tbo night of Its reception in this placo. But the disaster is ...

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 July 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. GRAND MILITARY PARADE AT CHARDON, Sept. 10th, 1861. Tbe organised Military Compile bf the several Townships Of Geauga County, ro hereby Invited to meet at Chardon, en the tmb of September nct, at 10 b'clock A, M., fully Uniformed and armed, to exhibit their pt'i fection In drill, and compete fcT lil9 Prim which will then be awarded. ' ; The Cbardon Llj-M Guards will, on that day, present to the beat-drilled Com pany of Infantry or Riflemen of said ' County, a Splendid U. S. Infantry $word ; And to the best-drilled Company ct Cavalry, an Elegant Cavalry Sword. The Chardou Ouardi do not compcto for ' )'ruef. . We, hope to fee at loan one Company from every Township. Will Officer of Com panic submit the aubjuot to their respective commands, and advise ua by the 10th of August, if they design to be present T . . . . Disinterested Judges will be selected to inake the awards, i V. GANSON, Captain, V. GANSON, Captain, B. B. WOODBURY, 1st Lieut, Chardon Light Guards. CHARDO...

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 July 1861

Localities of the North Western Virginia Battle Ground. The rsader U by this tint well M jaairite4 with tht locations of Phillippl, luckhMDoo, ana Bowly. Lsorel Hill i on, u, road from Phillippi to Beverly, j0t SoaUl of Bealington. Leeds ills la Miliar between Laurel Hill and Beverly, mmi roaa that place ft road rani to the nordu tv the Cheat route, to 8t. George, nd thence ft little to the east to Weil TJnioa on the road to Romney. From -Hovrleaburgh, on the B. fc O. R. R-, where .Geo. IlUl'a forcee were concen trated, road leads eouth to St. George tnB another east to Wert Union. When the rebels abandoned Laurel Hill they struck down by the Beverly road in order to escspe over the mountains to Staunton, and by this route enter Eastern Virginia. The advance of M'Clellan's column prevented tbie, and the rebels took the road toward St. George. Gen. Hill, at tbe seme lince, moved down on she same point from Rowlesburg, and lh result was the collision at St. George and the death of Gar...

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. — 2 August 1861

0t tan S. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. a lUftklg Ntwspapfr, DcootcMo tljt Diflorntinalion of Republican Priruipltfl, finration,C?tmpfroncftCitfrtttarf, agritulinrf, anMI) ffto0 of tlje Daj. TERMS$l,50per Annum. , VOL. XII, NO. 31. CHARDON; GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. AUGUST 2, 18GL WHOLE NO., GOi. )e JrlTtraoiiiau Democrat ou.o.., ITERT FRIDAY MORrmo.AT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. Ojfes Wf, over U, ,, ,VOP, IK,7,r. A AWfry, wit sifts ,,th, Vuhht A'vr. TEtt M Si If paid In advance, 1 JO l( not paid wiiliiu iho year 8 00 UTAH kin, In of merchantable produce taken In y mfint, it the mnrfctit price. ,N paper iliarnntinticd until nil arrearages f paid, except at tho option of the Publisher. ' RATES OP ADVERTISING. I-Mtt AdvkStisemkmts will heuiserled as fol-low:- WfH.i s.piare, limt insertion; each sub aerpteiil insertion, 25 eta. a square. Ucsikhss ADvsRrntMKHT. will be inserted l ibetalluwunr rates- One Square three insertions, two months, three months " six m intha,... m onn vear 1 00 ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 2 August 1861

fine wool buck) best A fine wool ewes, best do lambs, for sioh a Dip Committee Samuel. Bodman, Hunts- burg; J- C. Wells. Clsridon ; Q. L Dayton, Claridon, CLASS XXIX.---SWEEPSTAKES ON SHEEP. Best bock Pip Lest 3 ewes " Leal back lamb " best 5 ewe Umbs " Committee Harvey Robb.Middlefield; William Wilder, Ubester; JNoau Jioseiey, SHEEP. CLASS XXX.---SWINE. Best Quffolk sow D'P 2d best best Suffolk bosr " fd best " best litter Suffolk pigs " Sd best " Other breeds same as Suffolk " Committee A. H.Ober, William Pur Cbarles Wilmot, Clsridon. CLASS XXXI.—POULTRY. Best red Shanghai, while Pip Flack Chittigong " Other large breeds the same. Heat dorkinge, black Spaeish,' natives, bantams, peacochs, guineas, frizzled chickens, po Fand, turkejs, tame and wild geese, ducks of any breed, for each a Hip Committee Dunton Taylor, Henry Mott, Sherman Rowley, Clsridon. CLASS XXXII—GRAINS. Best selection of different varie ties of seed wheat, best collec tion of seed corn, best specimen Imrley, oats,...

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. — 2 August 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. GRAND MILITARY PARADE AT CHARDON, Sept. 10th, 1861. The organised Military Companies of tlie several Townships of Geauga County, re hereby invited to roccl at Cbardoo, on the lutb of September next, at 10 o'clock A. M., fully uniformed and armed, to exhibit their pcrfeolion in drill, and compete for ihePrias which will then be awarded. The Cbardbn Light Guard will, on that day, present to the best-drilled Com pany of Infantry or Riflemen of enid County, Splendid U. S. Infantry Sword And to the best-drilled Company of Cavalry, if two or more Compa . nics compete, an Elegant Cavalry Sttxird. The Chardon Guards do not compeW for Prices. We hope to tec at least one Company from every Township. Will Officers of Companies submit the subject to their respective commands, and advise us by the lOili of August, if they dentin to bo present ? Disinterested Judges will be selected to ttiuke the awards. V. GANSON, B. WOODBURY, 1st Lieut., Chardon Light Guards. CHARDON, July 26, ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 2 August 1861

Thrilling Battle Field Incidents. thTr'n!?? V'-sblngioa Republican THE BLACK HORSE REBELS. The charge upon or, wounded and (Wins- taen by iba eooir . Blj0k Horto Cavalry, Capt. Asaph 'Aieiandritvof wbiob Wise baa to or hmutad U an aot well oaloula- cover tb Southern name with shame M diigrace forever. At way sdfanoea towviCf Frrsj Zouave, tbey were met svttit a teaey Are from that gsllsnt baud, rbea teas shouted to tbe Zousvos that tbey had made a mUtake that they were hooting their own friends al tbe tame time displaying tbe atara and atnpoa. A number of tbe Zouaves, thinking a mistake ni..hi h boon made, ttarled to tboir ..i. f mhan tha flas wai thrown down and m. torrida aartie made upon them. But their troacbory met with a swift and terrible retribution. The muskets of the Zouarot woro again turned upon tbetn,aod the; wore fairly cut to piooet, only tit of tbom being left out of opo hundred. THE RHODE ISLANDERS. Tha eniign of tbo first Hhodo Island rogiment wat shot through tbe ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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