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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 9 August 1861

:.-v. '. i . ia3 J. 0, CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 lUccklji Ntmapaprr, DctJotrMo llje Dissemination of Itepubliran printiplts, Ciintation, Cvmpcranrf.Cittratnrt, agricnltnrf, onb tl)t Ntroa ot t!;e Pas- TER!ttS$l,50 per An'aanr. VOL. XII, NO. 32. CIIAUDON. GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY. AUGUST 9, 18C1. WHOLE NO., 001. rje JtffcrBonian Democrat MPOBMSIISD KVKKT PRIDAT MOBKINO.AT CHARDON, Gettiga County, Ohio. UJRf aWrty ovrr ,a. ,. y,nri 0j r,ikin S Miry, west ,H, ,, t fahlie &ywr. TERM 3i If paid in advance, tl SO II not paid within the year, 3 00 frJ"AII kin. lii of merchantable produce taken in payment, at the market price. ,Ni paper discontinued until nil arrearages are paid, except at the option of tlio Publisher. RATES OK ADVERTISING. LsoAf, Advktixf.hkmt will he inserted as fob lews: 10 eta. a square, tir.-tt fnwrtion; each sub asqitnni insertion, cm. a square. Bcsiikss AovsarnLMk.Mra will be insertej at lbs lolhiwhw rnms; One Square three insertions, " " two months, ... " " th...

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. — 9 August 1861

He j(cf fci-soiMi SctyocJf twr: m r ' - JBLItTS 0. CONVERSE, Wor CHiRWMoniorFlllPlMfcTST 9, 1',. The Nature and Cause of the War. the lorrlblo n-J ono.XpMlod ropulto or the Fodoral Ary k Hull Run, will provo to havo,oon a blotting in disguise, if II shall awaken the nation lo a Just tonse of Hie nature of the existing war. It I no holiday rosUma i ahicU are engaged trilh the Vnon of the 8outh, hut (torn and unrelenting wart and the soonor every loyal citizen realises the dosperato character of the con flict, the better for tbo country and hu manity. We have never had a doubt as to the ultimate result of the war, howover long de- layod. The traiton will luroly bo lubdued, bnd all their looming tucenst wilt but aggra wato thoir calamity whon II come. Tho history of tbo world affords no exampto of such a mighty tehomo of wrong and out rage as thoirs finally succooding, and to auppose it over will is to doubt tho justloo or omnipotence of Ood. Dut wo of tho North must rocognizo the raus...

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. — 9 August 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. GRAND MILITARY PARADE AT CHARDON, Sept. 10th, 1861. Tlie organiccd Military Companies of (lis several Townships or Geauga County, are bcrt-by Invited to meal at Chardon, cd llic loth of September nest, at 10 o'clock A.M., fully uniformed 'nrjci armed, to exhibit their poi fiction in dull, and ompclc far I1 izc which will lhco.be j awarded. Tho Chardon Light OunrJn will, on that day, present to the bent chilled Com pany of Infantry or Riflemen of anid i'uunty, JSjifenJid U. S. Infantry', iSVofuf ; and to the best drilled Company of Cavalry, if two or more Compa nies compete, an Elegant Cavalry Sivord. Tlia Chardoo Guard do Dot copipcto for 1'iizes. We. hope (o fcc al luast one Company from every Towosltip. Will Officers of Companies tuhmit the subject to their respective oommanda, and ad viae ns by the tOih of August, If they design to be present f Disinterested Judges will bo selected to make the awards. V. GANSON, Captain, B. B. WOODBURY, 1st Lieut., Chardon Light ...

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. — 9 August 1861

One Thousand Weeds at One Pull. A !nde pigwwJ, If loft ondiV.r'oej, ) ' t. TT'CTS ;iin ten thousand icnli, each ' capable of producing a tucoenior. The teods ' of the dock sometime number oror thir teen thousand od a tlngto plant, and ihn Toad flax leave provision for more than i forij-flvQ thousand plant! ibe following' year, '..unlock multipliea twenty-one tnou tand fold, and the common stinging not tin ripen one hundrod thousand loods. Scarce ly a wood comeaomaturity without scat tering from ono to Ten thousand or more cods, to injure oropi and annoy the culti vator. Thia it not mora guess work, for jialna-taking Investigators bare actually coon ted and calculated the increase. A aingle pull at the enmtnoncemont of Iho oaton will destroy the whole progeny. It should be romomborod that aoods ma turo sufliciontly to roeotate before they aro perfectly dry t and again, that the socds aro ripe od ono part of a plant while thoro aro flower on anolhor. llonce it it not aafo to rait till...

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. — 16 August 1861

ef fir soman J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor, 51 tUeckta tfcrtifotr, Dctfolrb to tljc Disttmination of tlcpabliran principles, Cbnration,(Z5fmpfranff,Ctttratnrf, gritnlturf, ano tljr Kent of trjt Dajj. TERMS$1,50 per annum. iPtmiKrttt. )t VOL. XII, NO. 33: CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY. AUGUST 1G, 1801. WHOLE NO., C05. $l)e Jcfftrsonlan Dctnottnl Uuni.tsiiin Rvtnr rmnAY mmrimi at CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. VM' jjrfiif otter fas , More nf Wilton A A'ry, s.l ,, in, PUie Square. T G It M Si If paid In advance, g 50 II not pail within tlio year, 2 00 vvy.vll kinds of mi'rcluiii!iil)lo produce taken in payment, at llie market price. .No pnM-r discon.inned until nil arrearages rs paid, except at the option of lite Publisher. RATES OK ADVERTISING. In ni;TisKiii:sra will be inserted as fol lows! si) cm. a square, first Imcrtion; each sub aeniioni linemen, J en. a square. .u ri'it,s? AD,,tlriKiuiTa will be lnicrtej ai the following rates: Une tHjuare throe in-ortiona, ' " two months, l...

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. — 16 August 1861

The Jeffersonian Democrat JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. CD1RD0S, OHIO, FRID1I, ll'GUST 16, 1861. Another Great Battle in Missouri—Gen. Lyon Killed. Tha telegraph Announce! Ibat Another tattls wm fought in Missouri.on Saturday last, vr'uiclt occasioned great lota of life on JOlh aides, but resulted in no victory. Tha brave Gen. Lyon waa killed on the field. Aa tha battle it reported a "drawn" one, we fear the won t. ACCOUNTS OF THE BATTLE. ST. LOUIS, August 13. The following la tire official report of tho fight neat Springfield on Saturday last, aa forwarded bj one of Oon. Lyon's aids to Fremont t Lyon. In throe eolnmna. nnder himsolf. General Seigel and Major Sturgea, of the cavalry, attacked the enemy at half past ail, ou the rooming of the 10th, nine miloa miles southeast of Bprlngnold. 1 ho engage ment waa aevore. Our Iota ia about 800 killed and wounded. Gen. Lyon wm killed In a ebarge at the Stead of bia column. Our foroe waa 8000, looludiog 2000 borne guards. Tne mutter rolla re...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 16 August 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. MILITARY PARADE AT CHARDON, Sept, 10th, 18G1. The organised Military Companies of tba several Townships of Geauga County, are hereby Invited to meet al Chardon, on the loth of September next, at 10 o'clock A. M., fully uniformed and armed, to exhibit their perfection la drill, and ompele for the Prices which will then be awarded. Th Chardon Light Guard will, on that day, present to le beat-drilled Com J?ny of Infantry or Riflemen of anid Cottnty, a Splendid (A Infantry Sword; and to the best-drilled Company of Cavalry, If two or more Compa nies eompete, an JSle.gatU Cavalry Sword. The Cbardon Quirds do not compete for Priiea. W-e hop to lee at loaet on Company from every Township. Will Officers of Companies submit tlie subject to their respective commands, and advise as by the 10th of August, if they design to be present f Disinterested Judges will be aelocted to nuke the awards. V. GANSON, Captain, V. GANSON, Captain, B. B. WOODBURY, 1st Lieut., Chardon Light Guard...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 16 August 1861

Apprentice Slavery in England. About Wolvorhampton, Wittoahall, and rliewhore in England, lay! All the Year - . - Jionn, trior li custom or appionuoosniii WtrM painful io 111 working. A culla ol , verruor yoar. i .ppnra.n "J f horoooireithowol oarnoo, ana inoap- ; renticolilp, whonevwr it may begin, lattj ( till Ihe ago of twoniy-one. It ii enforced by the m.ge-lrate. againtt child vbono.or rhr.r.ont0,,o:fi. Sever though hit assort to it wm .never asketi. i The apprentice, to bound, u hi! mauler chattel, and whilo under ago it Inhoritod in cateof hit master'! death, by hit maslori hoirt. och an tppronlico hat been told fcv one man t anothor for tun thilling. Ho U Dot teldom lot out by tno penminai ownor, who rccoivot hit hiro and pockott hit j ioeu ovor tho contract money duo to tho j paront. Ho it punithod . by blowt and clemming," or ttarvation. ' I will cloin your gun to flddlo ttringi," it one of tho formi of throat from manor lo apprentice. The parent!," tayt Mr. llr.rnor, "cou...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 23 August 1861

Sliimioicrftt ?00tlttttl J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. a Uhtklji NtmopajJtr, Dcootcb to tlje Domination of ntpablican Principle, Coutatton, tmptrontf.Citeratttrf, Iflruttltnre, tnb tljf 2Crn) of il)e Das. .TERMS$1,50 per Jnanm. VOL. XII, NO. U. ' CIIARDON. GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. AUGUST 23, 1801. X WHOLE NO., COG $l)f Jcffcreonian Dtmocrot rooLigiiiD trtnv r!DA hoihiiko.at CHlRDOlf, Geauga County, Ohio. OJf Ajrvtlj over f. Tew Store of Wilkiut i Avtfsy, meet tide of the Futlic Suture. TER MSi . It pniJ in ndvancn, so li not paid within the year,.... g 00 eCTAll kind of merchantable produce taken ia payment, at tlio markt price. ,No papnr discontinued until all arrearage are paid, except at the option of tlte Publisher. RATES OK ADVRKTIPINO. p,eoa.l AnrKaTisKMCMTi will fw inserted as fo. lowsf SOcts.a square, first Insertion; each sub sequent insertion, 2i eta. a square. Btmtraa AnvEitrntJisxTa will be Usarted at the fid OWIiltr rnt..-. One Square thxre Inscrilons " two months, "....

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. — 23 August 1861

JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. cifiRWM-fii TO THE PEOPLE OF OHIO, The undersigned, deeply sonsibla of tho dangers no banging over Mir national Government, and improased with (ho oon victton that they only can be averted by tha united aotioo of the whole pooplo, tn which patriotism thalt take tho place of party Cpirit, reSpootfully and earnestly call upnn II loyal cilisens of Ohio,, who are la laror of tho maintenance of tho Oovornmout, mid of the vigorous and continued prosocsxion of the war now carrlod on lor tho suppress ' Ion of rebellion against tho Government, to moot aod appoint dolegates to a TIsion Con vention to be hold at tho city of Columbus on Thursday the 5tb of Sop torn her next! foi tho nomination of candidates for the differ not State offices which nre to bo filled at tho goooral election in October, to wit i tho office of Governor, Iioutotmnl-Uovornor, Judge of the Supremo Court, Comptroller, Tre&iurer, Secretary of Statu and one uicui- Jbor of tno Board ol l..l.l;...

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. — 23 August 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. HOME DEPARTMENT. GRAND MILITARY PARADE AT CHARDON, Sept. 10th, 1861. ' The orgM)isd Military Oompnnie of the leveta! rownslups of Geauga County, u Jiertby invitt-J to mod at Chardon, on the loth of September next, (it 10 o'clock A. II., fully uniformed and armed, to exhibit their perfection in drill, and compete for the Prices which will then be awnrded. . , . ,. . The Chardon Light dunrda will, on dim day, present to the best-drilled Com juny of Infantry or Riflemen of said County, Splendid U. S. Infantry Sword; and to the best-drilled Company of Cavalry, If two or moro' Compa nies compete, an Elegant Cavalry Sword. The Chardon Guard do not compete for Priaea. We hope to roc at least one Company from every To.wnship. Will Officers of Companies submit the auhji'et to their respective commands, and advise us by the 10th of August, if they design Us be present ? Disinterested Judges will be selected to make the try mis. V. GANSON, Captain, B. WOODBURY, 1st Lieut., Cha...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 23 August 1861

Day of Fasting, Humiliation and Prayer. A PROCLAMATION By the President of the United States of America. Whereas, A joint committee of both llonses of CongrcA has waited on the President of Ibe United States and re quested bim to recommend a day of pub lic humiliation, prayer and fatting, to be observed by the people of tho United States with religions solemnities, and the offering of fervent supplications to Al- iniffhlv God for the safety and welfare of these States, His blessings on their arms, and a speedy restoration to peace ; And whereas, It is fit and becoming in all the people at all limes lo acknowledge ' 0 and revere the supreme government of God, to bow tit humble submission to bis chastisements, to confess and deplore their . a , .1 f 11 Bins and transffressions m the full convtc- lion that the fear of tbe Lord is lite be-1 srinnintr of wisdom, and lo nr with oil d 0 I . fervency and contrition for the pardon of their past offences.nnd for a blessing upon their present ...

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. — 30 August 1861

effets tftuatt J.O, CONVERSE, Proprietor. .3 lUttkljj Ntmspaptr, Dtoottb lo tl)t Dis0tmination of llrpnblitan princiflts, Cirttation, mptranCtttrtttn ajruultorf, cnli llje Ntws of 1 Pajji ' TERS$1,50 per innu. VOL. XII, NO. 35. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY. AUGUST 30. 18G1. WHOLE NO.. C07. $ljc Jefferoontau Dtmocrcit rCBLlSHID BVEIIT tllDAI MORR1KG.AT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. O'c iirtrllf w, t Mrw Mor of H'iA.m ($ Ar.jf, veil tiiii nf the Public Siuar: TERMS. If paid in advance, f 1 .so f not paid within the jrenr, tf 00 y-AII kinds of nmrchantable product taken tn payment, at the market price. .N paper discontinued until ell arrearages ate paid, except at the opiion of the Publisher. " RATES Oh" ADVERTISING. r.AL Advurtissiikkts will be inserted bs(o. laws: 51) cts. a square, lirsl insertion; each sub oqiteni insertion, 25 ct. a square. Busiiess AnvEanssns.rrs will be inserted at (he lollnwinir min. One Squorotlirre insertions, " " two months,-.. J " three months,.. . ...

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. — 30 August 1861

The Jeffersonian Democrat JULIUS 0. COKVEKSE, Editor. CHARDOS, OHIO, FBlPiMl'd'ST 18, 1861, JUL W Military PARADE AND CONTEST, AT CHARD OX, SEPT. lOTZ. 1BGI. "DORSUANT to notioe heretofore given, the ORGANIZED MILITARY COMPANIES OF GEAUGA COUNTY will compels for tlie following Priies it a Military Parade, el Char ion, on the 10th ol September. 18C1 1 fryTo the beat-drilled Company of Infantry I Riflemen, a Splendid U. 8. Infantry Sword. MrTo the beat-drilled Company of Cavalry provided two or more compete,) nn Elegant Cav. lry Sabre. The Parade will commence at 10 A. M. Companies will be received aa tlicy arrive, and escorted to the Publio Square by tlie Chardon Band. All Martial Music will tnke post at the Music Stand in the South Park. The Parks will tie occupied by Infantry Companies, and ilio ad joining Streets by Cavalry for military evolu Slons, until noon at which time a National Song -will be sung by Messrs. Graves. A Band of .Martini Music from Lake County are expected. Int...

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. — 30 August 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. AVDod'i forgot tho mooting at the Court Houaq, so-morrow, (Saturday,) to oloot dole Rat to the Vaioa Stale Convention. There should bo gonoral attondaooo of the people Of (be County. The Tenth. ' A will be iood by the programme In this pspor, tho arrangmonti for tho Grand Mill tart Parade and Contest, to take placo In Ibli Tillage on the lOlh of Sopletnbor, are mploBDd noarlj complete. " No labor or expense will be spared In proparing for the occasion. The Committee of Arrangomonts bare tho promise of general atlondanoo of the Military Companies of tbo County. iind. if the day it favorablo, thousands of peoplo will be bore to wltnoss tho contest 1 u one and all we lay, Remember THE Tt.VfU AT ClIAnDOJf. "The Hitchcock Guards of Geauga." This Company, named in honor of Hjo. Peter Hitchcock, wboso activo labors In pro moling its organisation aro woll known, has armed at Camp Wood, Cleveland, and will fcoreafter be designated as Co. A, 41st ttoge tnont, O. V. M. Its ran...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 30 August 1861

Seventy-Five Dollars for a Dinner. ecdotes told tr.n. nihK.M. ' th New Jersey million Kire.h one of his high-priced dinner In the toanirj . It seems he was on visit to country village in which he owned ome reitl estate, and after transacling his business he etmt to the village hotel, boat 3 P. M., tired, dusty and hungry, mnd applied lor a hot dinner. A smart clerk in attendance, glancing at his rather tusty habiliments, told him "they didn't bare hot dinners for travelers at that time of day, but to wait till '.he committee a the New Town Honss were attended to, and if there was any chance then, he irould see." Sut," remarked the old ccntlcman, hose olfactories were saluted wiih the arrateful incense of certain rotsls and broils, "there seems to be something Teady now V "Oh, yes," said the clerli, "the committee of selectmen have a dinner here and he bustled off in one direction, the landlord in another, and two white JacVeted waiters flew hither and tliiiher, impressed with the va...

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. — 6 September 1861

1. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. VOL. XII, NO. 30. 21 lUttkljj Ntmopaptr, DftJottb to tl)t Diaetmtnation of Republican tyrincfplf s, bnttton, Btmptrontf,Cittratorf, flflntultttrf, ano tljr 2C.t0 of tl)t Part. TCTllIS-41,50 per innum. CilARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY; SEPTEMBER 0,1801. WHOLE NO., 008. flrjt Jcfftr0oniau Democrat CCDLtSTflD IYSRT FRIDAY MORKIKO. AT CH4KD01T, Geauga County, Ohio. OjKcr iirtetlt) mr (A. ntm Start of Wiltint A A'il ffe ot fuMir A rt. TGRMSi f (mIJ in advance, $1 SO It M nsid within the year, il OO Tr All kind of merchantable produce taken in payment, at tht m.rkct price. ,Ne paper discontinued until ill arrearages M paid, sxcept at the option of tlis abli.hor. i RATES OK ADVERTISING. ksaiL ADmaTiscMKiTs will heinsertod a.fol Mwa: SO eta. a aquaro, lirst insertion; each sub eeteal insertion, ii ctt. a square. Busivis. Aar.tri.iuMxrs will ba inserted at taefudowinff ran One Square three insertions, 1 00 2 25 . 3 00 4 OO 6 00 two month., " thrao moiuha, " "...

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. — 6 September 1861

The Jeffersonian Democrat JULIUS O. CONVERSE, Editor. CHARDON, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPT. 6 1861. Tl 33 EL XV&W JII Military PARADE AND CONTEST, wir CHARD OX. SEPT. 107W. 1061. PURSUANT no" heretofore given, the ORGANIZED MILITARY COMPANIES OF GEAUGA COUNTY will compst for the following Prtsaa at a Military Parade, at Char don, oolh 10th of September. 1861 1 tJ-To tbs beat-drilled Company of Infantry or Riflemen, a Splendid U. 8. Infantry Sword. ftj-to ha beat-drilled Company or Cavalry, (provided two or mora compel,) an Elegant Cav alry Sabre. Tba Parade wilt commence at 10 A. M. Compaoiet will be received aa tliey arrive, and aooried to the Pablie Square by the Chardon and. All Martial Muaie will take post at t!i Muate Staad in the Switb Park. The Parke will t occupied by laiantry Companiea, and iho aJ Joiainf Streets by Cavalry for military evolu. sions, antil noon -, at which tima ft Nstional Song aviUbaauns by Messrs. Gravea. A Band of Martial Muaie from Lake Couaiy are expected, ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 6 September 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. AaV-llon. A. Q. Kiddln will tptiak at tha Courl-Houaa, In tbia vlllagn, on Monday avanlng next. Turn oui and bear bin. Cavalry Horses. J. J. El well, Quarter-Matter U. 8. A., Hrlll be in Cliardonio-noorrow,(Sttjrdity,) lot tha purpose of impeding and buying horse for tU Wad and Uulcltiai Regiment. Jfry The Committee of Arrangement! for tha Grand Military Parade and Con teat, to take place in tbft tillage, on tbe Tenth, announce that Capl T. S. Paddock and Col. James Darnell, of Cleveland, will officiate aa Judges. No better selec tion could be mado. The airantrcmenia arc now complete, and tbe programme . , . .r r ,6 . " will be carried out in every particular. Again we lay, Rkmkmdkh the Tkniu at CuiRDOM. The Union Meeting. Tho meeting at the Court Houio on Sat urday, to choote dolt'gatrs to tha Siato Convention, comprised man of all partioa, and waa ono of tho mmt bartnoniooa we liare ever attendod. Dot ono sontiment aooinod to porvado the bearia of all pretont, and...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 6 September 1861

Russell on the United States Senate. Russell, the far-famed correspondent of we JiOndon Timet, thus gis dis impres: BUM of ibe United Stales Senate t An enlbusiastio ladj, who came over Willi nie in (he Arabria.was Terr indignant ajrith at a countryman ol Iters, Dccause ne ffirmJ that be bad never seen a more .linifip,l assembly than the IIouso of ords. 'What I' site said 'do you mcitn for one moment to aay that tbey arc equal jn appearence to onr Senator ?' In one respect tbe (Senators are ceitsinly desti lute of the air of wisdom which is given by white hairs and venerable aspect. Few of Ibe Senators are men of advanced years, tend Mr. Crittenden is pointed out as a kind of obsolete, semi-fossilized politician, as much out of place as Nestor would be In a revel wiih Achilles and Palroclus. In another phnse Ibey are not so dignified. Tbey do not consider it unbecoming to writ at their desks in tho midst or de bate. Writing is a bare mechanical pro cess after all, and no man looks w...

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