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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 13 September 1861

JO, CONVKttSE, Proprietor. 51 tokln Ncmepapcr, Dcotct to tljc Dissemination of Republican Principles, education, fmptrttntf.Cittratnrr, dgricuttnre, anb tl)t Kens of tljt DaS. TERMS-$I,M per Annnm. VOL. XII, NO. 37. CHARDON. GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FMMY. SEPTEMBER 13, 1801. WHOLE NO.; COO. $l)t Jefferson tan Democrat H'BLIRHBD BVKI1Y FniDAT MonKlNO.AT CHA.BDON, Geauga County, Ohio. r,,,, .. ., a- "'""" o'f Slot, of Wilkiut & TERMSi if puld in advance, 1 50 ii am nam Wllhlll the Vfnr - " wuiuu uioycnr,.. y VU All kinds of inorclillimlilo uni.lu.-n !!. in payment, at t It w ninrkol prior. ,'S paper discontinued until nil arrearages r P'd, except at the option of ilio Publisher. KATES OF ADVERTISING. Most AovKRTisiJiE.vrs will he marled at follow-. SO cm. aipiare, firat inioriioii: each ub oHont lun-rlion, a eta. a squuro. Uiilw AnviiKiniiMCNT will be inserted at Hie lollowing rntcsi sjne square three insertions, j 44 two month,... three months,.. " " six mnntlit,.... r o,,u vm, naif ...

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. — 13 September 1861

The Jeffersonian Democrat JTJUTJS r67cOHVERSK,Editor . cnilDoOiiiFpr!Dri7sErLnri8cY." UNION STATE TICKET. For Governor, DAVID TOD, Of Mahoning County. For Lieutenant Governor, BEMJAItllN STANTOJf, Of Logan County. For Treasurer of Slate, Q.V.DORSEY, Of Miami County. For Supreme Judao, JOSIAH SCOTT, Of Batler County. For Comptroller of Slate, J. II. RILEY, Of FrftoU'm County. For Secretary of Stato, B. R. CO WEN. Of Belmont County. For Board of Publio Works, JOHN TORRENCE, Of Hamilton County. COUNTY AND DISTRICT CONVENTIONS. THEVotera of Geauga County in favor of sirs taming the Administration in llie execution of the laws, tlie preservation of the Union, the wiping out of treason and ol traitors, and opposed to all compromise with rebels, are roiiiesled to meet at tho usual places of holding elections in their respective townships, on Saturday, Septem ber 14th, 1861, nt 3 o'clock P. M., and select ono delegate from each township, to attend a Pist.-ict Convention to be held at Madiso...

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. — 13 September 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. The Tenth at Chardon. t Tho morning of ttio Tunlh dawned auspl louslj upon our vlllngn, and, at an oarly liour, It was tbrongad with a moving mats of people. We do not reinombor in bavo ever toforo ioon ao groat a crowd in Chardon, upon any occaiion. It could bo estimated only by llioutandi. Tbo Stats and Stripes were displayed from nearly all tho prlnoipal placet of business and many privato real- a . tiencos, ana ino streets presented a most nlmatod scone. The tevoral Companioi, as thoy arrived, Were escorted by tbo Cbardon Baud to tbe South I ark, from which, after dinnor, thoy matched to tbe Parado Ground. Fivo Com- pii s contested for tho Infantry Sword, via one frem Huolsburgh, ono from Burton, ono rum Nnabury, ono from Thompson, and ono from Claridon. Tho latter was "Zouave" Company of boys, are should think about 40 la number, and varying in ages from 8 to 13 yours. Thoy exhibited singular profloiency in drill, and were praised by all who witoessod tboir evo...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 13 September 1861

Eloquent Tribute to Fremont. Iter. Dr. Conwy, of Cincinnati, in liis discourse on Sunday (;;!, paid the follow ing high tribute to Fremont and hit late Jk'roclam&ooD : There riniri throstrli ererr rrn, hr k J . ..-.Ll.- ......I -1. i .i - gallant Commander the Weal, who has ahowa himself V Roman Cnriius. brave and I manly 'd0ugh to leap strnight into the bean -0r this conflict. His steel raniz J" upon ibe flint of rebellion, nnd bronp;h, forth spark of true fire. Ood Pt'anf that it may flash through the land nd light the train of liberty that yet Bleeps un6red under the entrenchments of klaverv. When this war is up to the standard of John C. Fremont, the country will be saved. Hitherto known as the darin? lieart that first planted the stars and tripes upon the highest peak of the Rocky Mountains, henceforth the nobler fame awaits him, of one who first planted that etandard on tho highest summit of liberty and humanity that ranged within Lis possible autboritv. Years ngo, before ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 20 September 1861

effer00tttati J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. SV Uhrklri Nrwapaptr, Dtoottb to tljt Dis0t1.1ina.ion of Rtpnb.ican Principle., Cbucation, emptrontt,ittratttr, 2ljrlenltnrr, onb tljt jrfu of tljt Dart. TERMS$1,50 per Annum. VOL. XII, NO. 38. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1801. WHOLE NO., CIO. If Jcttersoittan Dfinorint tUDLlgllBD BVIillT FRIDAY DORR I KG, AT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. Q'- j;r,rilf ,r (A. wrw Start of Wilkin A lid of tht r bl ic Squqr. TERMSt tf paid In advance, Jl 50 If not paid within the rear, n 00 W" All kinds of merchantable Drotlura tak All In r,r,BIIH ma maraei price. paper aieronuniKxl until all arrearages . r-.-, uie option ai me I uunsher. RATES OK " ADVERTISING. . Abvsstiskvexts will be inserted 11 fnl. U:-Wclt. aqtiare, first iilsorlioll; each iub sequent insertion, 25 ets. a square. ucsibss ADsarisEiiE.trs will be inserted at uc luiiwwinfj rates: Ooe Square, three insoruont, " " two months,-. " throe months,.. six months, .... M 11 one...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 20 September 1861

JULIUS 0. COSVBESE, Editor. cuttpo?!, ogle; jaijiT, tin. n, mi. UNION STATE TICKET. For Governor, DAVID TOD, Of Mahoning County. For Lieutenant Governor, BENJAMIN STANTON, Of Logan Coaoty. For Treaiurer of St Me, G. V. DOKSEY, t Of Miami County. For Supreme Judae, JOSIA1I SCOTT, Of Butler County. For Comptroller of Slate, J. II. RILEY, Of Franklin County. For Secretary of State, B. B COWEN. Of Belmont County. For Board of Publio Workt, JOHN TORRENCE, Of Hamilton County. DISTRICT NOMINATIONS. For Common Pleas Judge, NORMAN L. CHAFFEE, Of Ashtabula County. For Slate Senator, TETER HITCHCOCK, Of Geauga County. District Convention. Tlx District Convention at Madison, on Wednesday, which we learn was a very full one, nominated N. L. Chaffee, Esq., ' f Jefferson, for Judge, and on. Peter JEfitchcock, of this County, for Senator. The Convention paid a merited cooipli raonl to Mr. Hitchcock, by nominating him iy acclamation. Ten ballots were taken or Judge, aa follows : 1st Ballot B. Bitsel...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 20 September 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. County Convention. Tb Union Count; Contention will moot fti Burton to morrow, (Saturday,) it 11 o'clock A. M. Change Time of Holding the Free Agricultural Fair. The Geauga County Free Agricultural Fair will oommencs on Monday next, tbe S3d Inst, and continue three days, closing DM day aooner than advertised, on acoount of the National Fait. The Society bavo ttsed their beat endaarore to make the Fair a good one, and wa are glad to learn that tbe prospect I enoouraglng. Capt. Hamblin's Company. Cap, llamblin't Company, whoie de parture for Camp Wood we mentioned Uit week, It composed of brave and stalwart moo, who bare enliited with the dotormlna Uoa of true beroea, to do their whole duty in dofenae of their country. Thoy are wisely chosen, and Geauga County will norer blush teewntbem, Tb Company arrlred In Clereland on Thursday of last week, and were met at the depot and escorted t Camp Wood, by the Hitchcock Guards. Their march to tbe camp was enlivened by the muii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 20 September 1861

How to Make and Pack Butter. I tWorfully comply with jour requssl " J""" "I--" I VUloa inch informmiou In relMioii lo j.ocK- Tm and kwpinB butlor through the summer Tr-j ........1 moil sue-! letioii m I m competent to u, giving you ; ,.r" .7 r L Io tba Brit place you asV In regard to . I ; ! diamine I "g poer, uaving ne jnnraiure in warm weather about 65 alec. Fan., which givos tha Duller a goou Solid consistency. 3. When the butter eomos. It l removed and washed with cold ico-vraUir until tbo tiuUM-milk la all removed. . It la thon salted about one ounce of Bait to a pound of butter worked in thor oaffhlv, and set la a cool place for twenty rear hours, when it is worked just suffic'iout all the buttermilk. 4. It is then packed In the tlrkin, ana Covered tight, so as to excludo the air. fi. When tbe flrklqls filled, then you pat a cloth over the butTOTTput on a Rood covering of salt, and then pour on water, which makes brine. We keep it thus cov. ored until it goes to market, (it be...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 27 September 1861

tiwti . .. SA1?A .... .I Li J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. . tteekla Ntatpaper, DotcM TERMS-$I,50 per Annrjiw vol. xixiw.m CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1801. wnnT.p. irn ,nn l)e . Jcffcrsonian Democrat rPDLlSHED EVERY FRIDAY MOKHINO, AT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. OJff dire. t If ttr H, Me Store of IVitkint J All'f,mt,t tide of toe mMic -Vyr. TERMS) tf paid in advance, f 50 It' not paid within the year, 2 00 fcCrAll kinds of merchantable produce taken in payment, at the ninrkot price ,.No pnpor discontinued ontil all arrearage, are paid, except at Uie option of Hie Publisher. KATES OK ADVERTISING. t.MAL Advlstiskmexts will be inserted aa fol Mw' wet, a square, first insertion; each sub Seqaont insertion, 25 eta. a square. Bust men Adver risuMibNTi will be inserted at the following mtc- One Square three insertions, ? " two mouth,... " Uirce inoiitln,.. . . " six montlii, 1 OO 2 25 .3 00 4 00 6 00 1200 IS 00 20 00 Half column six ntssVilii " " one year, One column a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 27 September 1861

JCLIUS drcONVEBSF," iditor. UNION STATE TICKET. For Governor, DAVID TOD, Of Mahoning County. For Lieutenant Governor, BEXJAMIN STANTON, Of Logan County. For Treasurer of State, G.V. DORSEY, Of Miami County. For Supreme Judac, JOSIAH SCOTT, Of Duller County. For Comptroller of State, J. It. RILEY, Ot Franklin County. For Secretary ot State, ' B. R. COWEN. Of Belmont County. For Board of Public Works, JOHN TORRENCE, Of Hamilton County. DISTRICT NOMINATIONS. For Common Pleas Judgo, Norman l. ciiaffee, . Of Ashtabula County. For Stale Senator, TETER HITCHCOCK, Of Geauga County. COUNTY NOMINATIONS. For Representative, BENJ. B. WOODBURY. For Treasurer, OZRO R. NEWCOMB. For Prosecuting Attorney, DELOS W. CANFIELD. For Commissioner, LEWIS C. REED. The County Convention and Ticket. The Union County Convontion, which met at Burton on Saturday last, was an un usually large one, every township being represented by a full delegation ; and etloo, taken after tho most ample consult ation and discu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 27 September 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. -Wa ars compelled by want of lima nnd space, to dfor all notice of lha Vtoo Agricultural Fair until next week, when we liope to be able to publish ibe Llit of Pro miumt. &-Anson Smyth, Ksq., fitato School Commissioner, gavo an cxoullent practical educational leoturo at the Methodist Cburcb la thii Tillage, on Wodnosday evonlng. Tbe enterprising cltliom of Tbomp oo are to bold tboir lecond Township Fair on Thursday of next wook, to wblcball are Incited. The Fair at Burton. Tl e pi rlod for the annual meeting of tlie farmers and mechanics' of Geauga Cuuntj, with their wires and children, a J l!ve exhibition of the product of their industry aud skill, hat come and gone, 1 -I. . . ana, wniie irom mammy to be present during the entire time of the Fair, we are unable to give as full a history of it at we should desire, yet from the material before us we will furnish such a general sketch as we may be able. The opening day, Tuesday, was, like many of ila predecesors, v...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 27 September 1861

Our CAMP WOOD, Sept. 17th, 1861. Editor Democrat -rtD Fkiknds or Ok- ACOA :-I irm'otr bearing Bn oj cer. gT -V that one's feelings had notbin Q jo with Ins dunes, and bo, thou-'!. J m . , . wouiu preirr i r';io wuuiu piciri ii.iin vi..j j ... keep my promise to yon and some of your readers', I must write, and, if 1 (nil to write a jolly letter.it will not l.e becauro wo have not a jolly oamp, and, if my com i rouoication wear somber hue, I'll only ! My because it is my humor. It take, ; cloudsand rain as well as sunsliino to niHlie I . ,. ., , lue snmmer, ann llie, wncuier at Home or en tbe tented field, bss Us shadows ns well S its lighls. Happy ho who. in the iiuuio, nuu miiciuvi uic nuirm tn- l.Att frwilnariniw Mv unlnm.nl fn.mii Bml Vplnn hll nvn llttf nr ftlirnint In. ..iitilrv iii..w mi. J ...i ne; I have Tost 0 ihrVl oi '7 di" course, fttiftt i. if T ImH mv nnil'liuvr wvu ivfiivniiiu ail t uiitiiuicu itiut mill truant thought, into the realm, of -'my .. Eicat nonsense. ... . ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 4 October 1861

J. O. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 lUftklji Nttuspaptr, Dtoottb to tl)t Diastiuination of Republican printipltj, Cootation, tmptrontt.Cittratnre, Slgrltultnrt, onb tlje Nttosof ttje Pag. TERMS-- 1,50 per Annum, VOL. XII, NO. 10. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1801. WHOLE NO., C12. jeffefsoman octal. $l)e Jefftronian Democrat FiDLisniD evert rniPAT mornim. at CHASDOK, Geauga County, Ohio. ilrftly over I hi new Storr of Wilkin $ Mtlltji, meet tide (Ac Public l'vvr. T ERMSt If paid in advance, 1 50 K not paid within (ha fear, 2 00 3T All kinds of merchantable produce taken in ayiucut, at the market price. .No paper discontinued until alt arrearage at paid, except at the option of the rublisher. RATE3 OF ADVERTISING, t.aait Adtstiscn4evt will be inserted aa fol lows: iO cts. a eqiiare, first insertion; each sub sequent insertion, 23 ete. a aqunro. Be.nt.s AoVKitrisxsu.NTs will In inserted at the following rates: One Square three insertion., tl 00 " " two months, 8 2 " thr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 4 October 1861

JULIAS o. CONVERSE, Editor. CT.illDia OHIO, FIIIDU. OCT, 4, IS61. UNION STATE TICKET. For Oovernor, DAVID TOD, Of Mahoning County. For Lieutenant Oovernor, ltUXJAirMX STARTOS, Of Logan County. For Treasnrer of State, O. V. DORSEY, Of Miami County. For Supreme Judue, JOSIAII SCOTT, Of Butler County. For Comptroller of Slate, J. II. RILEY, Of Franklin County. For Secretary of State, B. B, COWAN, Of Belmont County. For Board of Public- Works, JOHN TORRENCE, Of Hamilton County. DISTRICT NOMINATIONS. For Common Plena Judgr, KORMAN L. CHAFFEE, Of Ashtabula County. For Slate Senator, rETER HITCHCOCK, Of Geauga County. COUNTY NOMINATIONS. For Representative, BENJ. B. WOOOBURY. For Treasurer, OZRO R. NEW COMB. For Prosecuting Attorney, DELOS W. CAN FIELD. For Commissioner, LEWIS C. REED. For Director of Infirmary, ARNOLD D. HALL. Pursuant to Instructions from tbo Socrotary of tho Treasury, a book will be opened on tbo 5th day of October, 1861, at the Bunk of Goanga, for subscriptions undor m...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 4 October 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. The Fair at Claridon. Tbe Froo Agricultural Society ro, with Rood ronson.hlghly gratified with tbeir recent fair, for It cicoodod tholr moit sanguine expectations It li not too much to say (hat, lo respect to the number of people in at' tendance, tuo varloty and quality of the articles on exhibition, and tbo quiet and order winch prevailed throughout, It w complete success. Wboa wo considor that tbo War q-jeslion naturally absorbot all Diners, and that ninny bare doubted the cxpodioncy of bulding Fairs the present year, tbo intorost it excited sooms a ro tnarkablo ovidenco of the eonfldonce of our pooplo In tho boncflti of such exhibitions. Three moro propitious days than Monday, Tuesday and Wcdnostlay of last work, soldoni occur In succession, at this senson ; and tho number who Improved thorn by at tending tbo Fair, was, for tbo year, very largo, Tho good order maintained during ino entire three days, was reinatkod by all. All side-shows of an objectiona Llo chara...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 4 October 1861

District Convention. The Delate from ilia couniiot of! AshtahuU. (..La and n.n... u!. Union Cooention nt Oentrevillo, on Wednaadar Reni lfliK h Ilf J:. t,' nd1?r8n' Ithlf pest elrrcn o clock. A. M., by choos mg Ul. J. t. Morse, of Painonvilo, tem-1 porary chairman ; Northwny, of Ashtabula couq.. nTtc D, W. CiefieM, of, Ueaura coud' K,.nrt.rU. F n Wm I. bury. Esc a i,,k..t.. ..', J i ia Boar I- , A,l,labu' oun,:1 "V A.".0an. of Geau. and 0o. E. 1 a.ne, W Lake, were appointed at Commtitee on Jredentult. A. J. Wil.iamt, J!.q., m Lake, Nalhanirl Owen, of Ashtabula, L. E. Durfce, Esq., o( GeaU!;, were annmntvil a rommiUee on nernmnenl or- ennui Mien t'nnvenllnn hen nil ton rnpil Hulil half past one o'clock. AFTERNOON SESSION. On the assembling of the Convention. A. J. Williams, E q., Chairman of Com mittee on permanent organization, reported ibe following names as permanent officer! of the Convention: President Hon. J. F. Morat of Lake. Fie PreiidentO. II. Filch, Eq , of Ashtaiiula, Jitd...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 11 October 1861

; J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 5V lUtfklM Ntwspaptr, Dtrjotcb to tlje Di90ttitiiiation of Hfpnblirati Printiplts, (fbntatton, (5cmptrancf,ittratar, Ifltitnttnrt, ano tljt Jfttos of tljt Da. TERMS $1,50 per Jnnum.. VOL. XII, NO. 41. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FllIDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1801. WHOLE NO., CIS; Pttnoctat. $l)c lefftrsontan Democrat rDRMsncn etkht rturuT mohkino, ai CHARDOK, Geauga County, Ohio. S Ji'rirtj tllrr rw titvre of It'iltm Krtlt), west tide of Ikt 6i'c i'yatn, TEKMSi If paid in advance, 50 If nnl paid within (he year, 2 00 T'AII kinds of merchantable produce taken in payment, at the market price. ,.N paper dim-oiiunuod until all arrearages are paid, ,xocpl at the option of the Publisher. UATE9 OK ADVERTISING. i.roal Adtkr risEuRNT. will be lumirtetl aa fol lows: 50 els. a squaro, first insertion; each aub eequeni insertion, '15 eta. n square. Ui'sivss Avkrti3kmekts will be Inserted at the following rntoa: One .Square three insertion, ! 00 " " two mnntha, 2 2 " M th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 11 October 1861

Hie Jefferson..) Seocf JULIUS 0. CONVEKSE, Editor. UlRtO.V 0U10, FHIDAY, OCT. 11, 1861. Punuant to Jnttractioni from the Socretary of the Troaury, book will to opened on the 6th day of October, 1 861, t the Bank of Geauga, for subscriptions under my superintendence for Treasury lintot lo be iuued under llio Act of Jul; 17th. Those note will be Issued io turn of fifty dollar, one buodrod dollars, 300, 1,000 and 3 000 as desired, datod Aug. JO, 1801 payable Ibree year from dale, with iDteratl at 7 and three-tombs per cunt, per annum payable semi annually being at (be rate of two oonti each day on each one buodrod dollar with coupons attached tor Ibe interest The Book will remain open tor (Utocn day from the 5th of Oct., Inst. Subscrip tions of one hundred dollar inuti bo paid la coin in hand for a larger turn ono-ti-nth may bo paid down, and onu-lhird the whol sou every twenty day thereafter. No cum le( than fifty dollar oan be accepted. Certificate in duplieale will bo made by tne up...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 11 October 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. Surgeon of the 62d Regiment. Dr. L. A. Hamilton, of thit village, hat received the appolnttnont of Surgeon of the 2J Reglmunt, O. V. M., and will loav for Camp Qoddard on Monday not t. No bottor appointment could be mado. Hit ripe eg perienoe a practitioner, and thorough de votion to bit profession, eminently qualify him for the place. Dr. Hamilton bat re idod and practiced in thit village, for ovor thirty yean, and will bear with him, on hli minion of mercy, the beat withes of a largo irole of frienda, who, under ordinary elr itmstance, would part with liim wltb many regret. jfcw-The eloction in thit townthlp on Tuofday, wn tbe moat qniot one within our Votnembranoe. The day boing vory ploataut, many voter Improved it by staying at home and attending to thoir own privato affairs. An uopreeedontodly light vote was pollod. jt-Wo commend the letter of Mu. Ceo. L. Wood, which wo publiih in thi paper. Tbe subject to which it relate it receiving more general and terioui ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 11 October 1861

The Preparations for the War. Letters from oflloors f tho army o tlmi' friends, give a boiler sido-vtew of aff.iiis on tho Potomac than can iMjohtainiMi from any other sonrce. Tho country has no wiwri of tho Tolofnac. or of the uitantirenosfl nnd . Mmnlnnu of in annointmonU. A Inoi battle of Bull Hun. says a cornponilrii, ibo artillory was confined to something doxon light batteries. No thoro are more than one hundred '. ; ',.,";!"! toon hundrod to two thousand cannon, many of tbwn tho bost the world has ynt soon. An officer writos that thoro ro nina button lot in the singlo division to which ho belongs Thn. irn all in the hands of regulars, to whom tho business is not now. Ii ii i no apcrot now, that Iho reconl witnnrawni i regulars from Fortrrss Monroe, was to ereaio aa manv now uaiiiii:v. wm - oceunv an auranccd ooiiiinn. AD Otllcer who now occupios M union's 1MI, writing Wore tho movotnonl was inado, soys : If tin 11 h.i I, rnmn in. nml nrdorod US toadranco at a momont-s warning...

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