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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 18 October 1861

a OtltJttt .1. J. 0, CONVERSE, Propriety ,,3 tort-kin Newspaper. Drteft to tl,e DU.eniination of lUpublira Principle, Station, cmptraiur, Citeratnre, a9riU, an) ilje New. of tf,e Bap, TERMS-$1,50 per Jn. VOL. XII, NO. 42. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 18. 1801. WHOLE NO., 614. )( Jtluroontan Democrat PDBLISIIBD BVBMY PBIDAT MOMNIKa, AT CHARDOff, Geauga County, Ohio. i'rtt"y '" M'i'Ams ,1 A"V, "' rMU tyaere. TERMS. jr paid In advance, l f,o If not paid within the r o nn J"AII kinde of merchantable produce taken in payment, at th market price. . !No paper discontinued until all arrearages Mm nal.l a......, - ; . e -i " - r - vi. iui iVuun ui me ruutialier, RATES nif a iivrnTicti ktait. Advertisements will be inserted na fol- iw.' 3tt ct. a square, lirat insertion; each sub sequent insonion, ii eta. a aqnare. ", " aovertisehsiits will be inserted at Benmuwing rati: One Square three insertion, " " two months, " " three months, six months," " M ono year, Half eolmnnsijt ...

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. — 18 October 1861

TU. l.fCuotnn TtWr''it d.i(lejjijH?iiiif vivv., JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. NATIONAL LOAN. I AM Airmuui.i-.jj iu uu.miim.if. TO RECKIVB SUBSCRIPTIONS TO this patriotic lund until further ordera Tho amount already subscribed la tf'i 200. Tbo people ahould wake up to Iho import "nee of Hit moan of sustaining our Gov ernment. Evory principle of duly of pat riotism, and of Interest, requires from ut a liberal subscription. - We owe to our Country, If need bo. our lire and all that we hare. Follow-citizens, especially, who cannot volunteer if Liberty ll hotter than Anarchy, Freedom than Des potism, Law and order than tho iron hool of tyranny if you would continue to "ait tin dur jour own vino and fig-tree," with none In "make you afraid" if you prixo tho blessed birth-right bequeathed by our Fathers put in your moan in aid ot the"ainowa of war." The man who doe not put hi "ahoulder to the wheel" now, with all hi might, ia un werlhy of tho freedom and protection which bare seonrod biin "a...

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. — 18 October 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. CAVALRY! CAVALRY!! YOUNG MEN OF GEAUGA AND LAKE COUNTIES, RALLY LAKE COUNTIES, RALLY ROUND THE GOOD OLD FALG WITHOUT DELAY! WITHOUT DELAY!! 1 am authorised to ralso a Company of soiees young men for Meiin. Wade aud jtutcmns oin cavalry Rnglrnont. The lorritory assigned lo mo li doauga ami Lake Conntlo. t be Cavalry sot-viee commends Itseir to tho patriotic jounj mon of Olilo. from Instructions reooivod, tho under signed la authorised to enliat men and mua tnr them iuto service, clothe and furnish subsistence, Put to commenoo on tbo day of signing tbo enlistment roll. After Companies aro in Camn. thov will tin allowed to ci prom thoir preferences for . uicuis, euuicci to ino approval 01 mo uov ornor. Exporienocd officers for tho fiold ill bo selected, and it ia tho purpose of iraiing (no uin uavairy Kegitnont the crack Regiment of Ohio. JOHN S. MATHEWS. JOHN S. MATHEWS. Lieut Recruiting officer, Painesville, Ohio. VOLUNTEERS WANTED FOR THE 29TH REG., O V., INFANTRY. ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 18 October 1861

An Army Unparalleled in History. Tbera la little doubt that lha armies now 4tn tha line of the 1'oiomao and lis rioinity mnanl to the iuimonso aggregato of near 200,000 combatants. Wbcnovor gonoral '.'.le (lull occur, It will not only havo no parallel oo the Western Contlntwt to the ; toroot engaged but hardly ono In tho his tory even of modern lioropo pill riowiib It. Tbe greet battlos of Napoleon were gon- erallj (ought with numbcra for Inferior lo thoie now undor the wall of Washington. For Instance, lit Autterllti. where Kapultmn defeated the combined armios of Russia and Autlria, hn had but 80 000 troop Ilio nl liot had 100,000. At Jona and Auorttadt, where be broko the powor of Prussia, hit foroea 'wore not over 130.000 Strong. At the great battle of Wagram, fought with ho Austrian on the biinki of tho Danube, in 1809, bo bad but 100,000. At Borodino, undor the wallt of Motcow, ho had but 120, (100 to oppoto tbo Rutaians, At Waterloo, he did oot have to exceed 80,000 troop.. T...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 25 October 1861

4f eL ftf ftm out an I J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. a lUk!C Ncn.Bpaptr, Dtnotrii to tlje Diaacmtnation of nrpnbliran Prinlu, ZiixtaVm, tmptrance, CUtratnrr, 2la.r,tttltnre, cnb iljt -tCrn,. of il)t Dag. TERMS--$1,50 per Annnm. VOL XII, NO. 43. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1801. WHOLE $l)e JtfftrBonian Dtmocrat PCBLI8IHD BVEK Y FRIDAY VORBIKO.AT OHARDOJT, Geauga County, Ohio. Oj aWl, over ,, , A-oi ICiAias Arjf, sidslk Public Suui,rs. T E R MS. If paid in advance, ' ...ft 50 Knot paid within the yoar, a 00 KT All kinds of merchantable produce taken in payment, at the market price. . No paper discontinued until all arrearages eve paid, except at the option or the Publisher. RATES OK ADVERTISING. LzeL Advkstisijimts will be inserted a. fol low: so ct. a sqt aro, first insertion; eoch sub sequent insertion, 25 eta. a aquare. BiisitiiM Advertisements will be ineerted at the following rate: One Squsrethres insertion., $1 00 j 44 l month, 8 t " three months, 3 00 " six mon...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 25 October 1861

J OLIUS O. CONVERSE, Editor. cniRDo'jiToDio, mmLwi.'X lseir The War. . Th war news this wock It Important. bto bns been a disastrous battlo neiir Looburg, V , reultitig,M wo understand, tli dispatches, in defeat o( tbo Federal kAiii with snrioua loss. And wo hove !0 lament the sacrifice of another of our best j tillicers llio bravo and olnqtiont Col. Baker who, like Guo. Ljon, foil whilo gallantly loading on'bis men In a most onrqiial con- toat I Tho war is progressing in Kentucky I and Missouri, and tbo tulograpl) announces (ha success of tho Federal ai m s at Ficdorick town in the lattor 6talo. Read tho dit patchca ; Washington, Oct. 31. Goo. Slone crossed the Potomac ibis morning will) one portion of his command at llurper's Ferry, and the other at Harrison' Inland. . Skirmishing bpgsu between tho enf my, in uncertain numbers, and part of Gen. Stone's command, as early as 0 o'clock in tho morning, and continued without much effect until five in the evening, when large reinforceme...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 25 October 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. Death of John French. Pind, Irf this villau, on Burnley niglit, Oct. 20th, after an HlnoSt of lour woks,nf Uphold fovor, JOIIN FREXCH, la iba 44th jur of liis ago. It ii with no ordinary footing! that wo pon this announoomotit, and It wilt bo rood with sorrow by all who know tho d osiod. Kind, afl'ablo, generous, obligin patient, Bonos t, industrious ho possossud il of those qualities wliioh oiatk the eharao (or of a good man and useful cltison, and b it doath cannot but bo regarded ( a public lots. No fooblo tribute of words can equal the tributo which erory hnart inttlnotlvely pays lo hit momory, bore where bo had lived, and been loved, oitoomod and truttod, from boy hood. It may bo said of him, at of few men whoie livoe haro boon so aotira and useful, that, in tlio wido circle of his so quaititanco, lio hod vory many frioods and to onomias. He noeds no hlghor eulogy. Mr. French wn born in Randolph, V.. Duo. lit, 1817, and, when 17 years of ago, amo to this tillag...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 25 October 1861

The Temple of Heaven and Earth in The Temple of Heaven and Earth in China. Tho London Timet has tho following do- acriptkin of some or tho lempic iu ...... Tho Tempio 01 neavun -.trucmre. situated In tho certW of ho Chinese city. end surrounded by trailed park as largo as Hampton Court and Bushy 1'arks together, and very liku them too, with Us Bfonoes of old trees crossing in all directions; one lends directly from tho en trance gale for about milo to the foot of en inclined piano, which j,takos you to a terrace bidden by the Iroes until you aro tjpon It. It is about half a mile in longih, seventeen paces wido, and about twenty foci high, and pared with slabs of wbito marble. . On roaching the top, on jour right stands th Tnmn!e of tho Earth. beautiful build ing Itself, but completely eclipsed by that of Ilea run on the lelt. For some reason or othor tho doors wero closod, and wo woru Obliged to contont ourselves with only walk ing round the earthly building, but a gnod tiatured pri...

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

She otttan 1. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 3 Uhtklg Nttuapaptr, Dtootcti to tl)c DUsoutnation of Utpnblican Principles, (Sdacation, tmptrante, Cittratort, jrunltart, ano tvjt Xtvot of Uje Dag. TCR.tiS--$l,50 per Annum. VOL. XII, NO. 44. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 18C1. WHOLE NO., 610. il)t Itfftrsonian Dtmotrat BUBLlSllED BVBDT rBlDA) MORK1KO, At GHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. dirsrrly tvtr Ut arte .Vrors o H'lAias A , ws.l ,U, o Ac fniit A'yuvrt. . TERMS) f paid In advance, 1 to If not paid within the rear, 2 00 Mr All kiniia of merchantable produce taken in gavinent, at the market price. .No paper discontinued nntil all arrearages at. paid, except at the option of the Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. lteAL Advertisements will be inserted as fol lewsi 50 ets. a square, first insertion; each sub sequent insertion, 25 CIS. a square. Bosi.vsjs ADVEarisEMiNTS will be inserted at Iks following rates: Un Square three insertions, " " two months,". " " three months,.. " ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 1 November 1861

JULIUS 0. COHVRSE, Jdltor. iinDD1. 01110, FRHMT Ml. I. JMt. The Battle on the Potomac. ' That was a most awful buttle in which Col. JBsfcer ' -foil. Jo proportion to the lumbers engaged, fewer lives were last at .he'fcsllle of Hull Run J and, if that balile jwm A blander.-furely (his was madness. !hud yet leading journals. eay it wae succesa 1 Is anything to be gained by at 1 tempting thus to deceive ibe people f We Lave bad too many of these Inexcusable - disasters to record, and is there to be no end to ibem T 'Tis very easy to say that Lyon, and Baker, and other officers who have fallen while leading our brave soldiers, in unequal numbers, against the caeaay. were rash and foolish; "dead raon tell e tales;" but is this all the consola tion a sorrowing people may expect t f (Here it an aooount of the batile on the f'dtoraac, eopied from the New York iTribun. Read it,' and (remembering "that all our Generals must be loyal) say , if even aDraddook could have -planned 'defeat more di...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 1 November 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. Aid for the Soldiers. On Monday fstt, the Military Committee ortbii County forwarded to the Quartor Matter at Cblumbuf, three boxo of clothing, for tbe beoeflt of tbe soldiort. Mora will be forwarded too. Alt Ilia artlutea from Chardon,end a large proportion of those from tbe other townships, wore donatad. The Committee bare furnished with tbe fol lowing Invoice! INVOICE NO. 1. Chardon. Mr. M. S. Marib. h. i lUadait, Mn. J. 8. Confer, Mr. John ' Etono, Mr. P. Bnorry.l blanket each. l'nr- lin & Woodbury, 1 blaukot. P. 1). it I) Warner, Jr., ado. Chardon Ladie Soldlor' Aid Society, ou sntri ann i aoi socxs. Wilkin tt Kelloy, 1 dm. sockts Mr. L 6. Avort, g do, do.) Mr. A. Parsons, 1 pair . ao. Mr, a. canneiu, I q dm. do.t Mr Mr. O. Tocker, g do, do ; Mr. J. O. Tend, Mr. Lol Newoomb, Mn. II. Chainberlin, lur. M. a rieia.i pair anck oach Mr. 1). Huntington, g dot. do, Mr. C. C. Field, 1 6 !. do.; Mr. II. N. Stesrns, do. do Mr. A. Phelpa. g do, do. Mra. Ira Weh tor. M...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 1 November 1861

From the Cincinnati Gazette. The of and the Right to Liberty. Yhara ti a striking contrast between the delicacy of lb Government toward tbe jiroperty of robell, even ol thote lo arms gainst (ha Government, and the vigor and Ulitodo of Its practice in suiting and lid' tirisooing persons, on ititpicion, aod without charge of aoy oert act o rebellion. It used to be sooposed that perionol liberty was the most sacred thing, ahd tho dm to in Secured by cnoslltutions and Institutions. But our Government It limit ostentatiously limiting It military power in war to tho loi ter or the civil law, io reipoct to holding tho property of rebel actually in arm to the penaltie of war. while it practice In toning and holding a prisoners thio whoo re bellion consult entirely in word and pub lications, i entirely unrestrained by any ml law. and is as free and lotiso ai the tnot absolute martial law oould make it. Our orsciice ha reverted tbo order of aanetitv in human riirhtl. The right of por aonal li...

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. — 8 November 1861

- i J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 tUttkljj Ntmepaptr, Dtoott- to llje Disstmination of tlepnbl'uan flrirulplfj, (faatatton,Ctmpttttnc,CttcratBr, Slgrifttltorf, anb tljf Jftmo of ilje Dajj. TERMS-- 1,50 per Jnnnm. VOL. XII, NO. 45. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1861. WHOLE NO., 617. tilt Irffrr - "w i WIHIVVIUI POBLISnBD (VERT FltlD A T stORMlKO, AT Cfftnnnv n..- . ucouj. iuu hi j i unio, wesl o M PuUic Aya.rs. TERMSi If paid in advance, t gl 50 If net nstd within tlm venr,.. ...... .... goo .?.. J?" moreatabte produce taken in ayment, it the market price. , no pnper discontinued until all arrearage. Or paid, except at the option of the Publisher. ' RATES OF ADVERTISING. ' DET'irr will be inserted a. fo. .!r,!i7. "l"are, first insertion; each sub- equent insertion, 25 eta. a square. .urn"" a"t'skeiit will be inserted at the rollowin; ratne: One Stpinre three insertions, ' 01 00 " two months, a 2J ' three months, J 00 " an month. 4 00 ono year, 6 00 ilall column s...

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. — 8 November 1861

Itc M f ergot?, w Secrgi JPLIUSO JCOgVEisEt Editor ibH7,j R i d a 7 o ff i so .. Proclamation by the Governor. Appointing a Day of STATE OF OHIO, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT COLUMBUS, Nov. 1st, 1861. Pursuant In ihoroqoist if the General Assembly this State, and In accordance wtlh my Tn senso of gratitude to Almighty 3 od for tba bountiful mercies winch tie ha bestowed upon the people of Ohio, I do Jiereby designate and set npnrl TurnsnAT, the 28th dat of NovKMiiKB, instant, as a slay of Thanksgiving and Praise lo Him fin . ibe inostimablo privileges of our Civil and Religious Institutions, for protecting our homo, from the rsvag-a of war, and for tho manifold blessings. Individual and social, which surround and support us ; and I re spocfulty urga upon all tho ponpln Hint they refrain from thuir asual employments on that day, and, in thoir places of public wor ship, aurt at their homes, with grateful ac knowledgments, offer fervent nravnr to oof Heavenly Father that He may continue to rem...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 8 November 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. Shocking Suicide. Vf learn thai, on the afternoon of Mon day last, Eltlor Thomai Htnphonaon, of Cheater, widely known ai Duptltt elorgy. wan and ft no of tlio pioneer resldunt of that township, commit tod suicide by cutting bis throat with a rstor. Ito waa found lying Joad upoo a bod In ono of the ehamlien of his homo, with ovory Indication that ho bad taken hia ewn life. Tho wound wai a ghastly one, eitonding noarly from oar to ear, and severing the windplpo. Eldor Stephenson wai botweoo 60 and 70 years tf ago, and, In all the relationa of lire, had over boon reapeoied and bolovod by all who knew bim. He had, for tomo time, beon aubjoot to temporary flia of derangement, io ono of which, It is supposed, tho fatal deod was committed. lie loans widow and four children, to whom bis tragical doath If a sore affliction. JaT-The Cleveland papers of Wednesday morning announce that Ibo 41it Regiment wcro lo more on that day, . "Tbe second meeting of tho Soldiers' Mite Socie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 8 November 1861

The Battle of Wild Cat. , The Ooztlte of tha 2flth has Inn following prtioUiRr nf the battle of rtv-tmrti ana part 01 vih noiwrai eavalr- mtriment fndi mounted. however.! wore attacked by two or three regiments r rebel infantry with one battery ot artillery Oar men were Intrenehnd upon rulge which borrjpletcly corhinamls the only available past toward Camp Dick Robinson, whtoh It was the design of tho rebels to roanh. tod tber Were allowed to eomo ithln an.ante.flra aarrik nf tha breastwork wi.a i'at. in Wnmh i ha rohn'. arnra Mm. fc. 1 - . plol, ro-tod. omened ffom three wound- SIX"" V ludi 'a?'1, 7,5" h.V.' &?S!!E Tbirtv-thlrd end pmrt ot Col Wolferd's when the Indiana Hots sprang from ihuir bolter, and poarod ttrolr fire with uncoas-1 vigor opon the Toe for nearly two hours. There was tittle tdgularity in the ong .go. ment at far as the ro os of battle are con- corded. Tor eaoh union soldier fought as tboogh tbef.teof theday rested with him and such bravery has rarely been 'r...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 November 1861

J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. a Utcklg tftwpaper, Dtootri to tljt Diaacmination of tttpoblifcn Principle, (Education, Gtmptrance, Ctttratnrf, 3 jtitnltttre, onb tljt Kent of tlje DaS TEIUIS--$1,50 per jnaam. vol. xii, m. u. CIIAHDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 1801. WHOLE NO., 618. $l)e Icftcrtonlan Democrat CBLlsriED CTBIIT FRIDAY MMtNlItO. AT CHABDOJT, Geauga County, Ohio. Ofc, iirtrtly ow, th, new Slor, of Wilkin, A wl tide of th, Public jjBUtrl, 11 TE R M Si If paid In advance, 50 If not paid within the rnr o nn ST All kinds of merchantable produce taken in payment, at the market price. ' P!16' discontinued until all arrearage T , r. , ,, ol Ine t uulgner, RATES OF ADVERTISING. I'tOAL Advkrtiskments will he inserted aafol nw.i-jucii.i aquare, first insertion; each sub leqiient insertion, 25 cts. a square BMitssa Advkrtissmekts will be inserted at wm ii'iiKwinir rates: Uae Square three insertions, fl 00 " " two mouths, 2 2 " three months, 3 00 " six months, 4 00 ono ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 November 1861

JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. Cft RDM, "iaioTFR I DA KOfT"jsT "MlV - " Proclamation the Governor, Appointing a Day of Thanksgiving. STATE OF OHIO, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, COLUMBUS, Nov. 1st, 1861. Pursuant to the request of llic General Aisorublv o( this Statu, and in accordance with my own sense of gratitude to Almighty nod for lb bountiful tnoroioi which Ho has bostowod upon the people of Ohio, 1 do lieroby designate and sot apart Tiii rshay, THB 28th DAT or November, instant, as a day of Thanksgiving and I'raise to Him for tho Inestimable privileges of our Civil and Religious Institutions, for protecting our homos from the ravages of war, and for the manifold blessings, individual and social, which surround and support us and I ro pocfully ergo upon all tho poopln that thoy refrain from their usual employments on that day, and, in thoir placos of public wor ship, and at their homos, with grateful ac knowledgments, offor fervont prayers to our Heavenly Father that Ho may coniinuo to r...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 November 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. jSr-8omo erron hare occurred In priming Ibe ioToloM of good sent from this Count; to the soldinr. For Instsneot L. Oiok, Mri. E. Fowler, Mn. R. Hotchkiss, Mrt. J. T. Merrlman and Mri. II. E. Ford, oL Burton, worn credited with one pair of socks iDtteadofona blanket eich and Mr. L. Bperry and Mrt. M. Beard, of the tame towashlp, with two pain ofinckt Inatoad of two blanket!. We would Hate for the bone- fit of donor whose names hare not ret an poarod, that tho Inroioos published aro not lotendod to Include all article! recoired, but luoh only ai bare boeo forwarded by the Committee. ' JW'The eitltons of M union hare donated f4. Id money to rolunteert from that township, in camp nt Cleveland. From Kentucky. Jas. B. McGonigal, Orderly Sergeant (a Co. A, 39th Reg. Ind. Vol., write! from Camp Nevin, Ky., to his friendr in this Village, under data of Oct. 23ib, as fol low! : We are now within 21 miles of the en emy's encampment, and have troops thirty thousand strong. We a...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 November 1861

Official Vote for State Officers. llclow we give (lie official footings of iho vole for State oilicere. eovinnos. David Tod . 2PG ;i'i7 isi.v.m B.ai'J Hugh J. Jowett- t.irrTRKAKT -aovtimn. iViamin Stamen J oli n U. Marshall srcr.tTiKT Fenj. R. Cuwen Wm. M. Armstrong- ...an:.nr.j ...JM.'JII 55,441 .. .20.7.403 ...l(,l.r.5i STATE TREASURER. G. Volnev Doraey George W. Holmes 55,907 .20B,S7fi jO,ii77 COMPTROLLER. Jnavph M Riley Wayne Griswold board of ramie works. Joseph P. Torrenee Jabei W. Fitch 50,511 SITPRtME JUDGE. Jn?ih Scott Thos. J. S. Smith .207,3"! iri,:irty 55.101 Ashland Tounty cast 1.428 votes for Joseph H. Riley. "Comptroller nf State." Wayne Griswold h id 63 votes for the same Brown County, Henj F. Stanton Imd 32ii Joseph II. Ki'ey " 9i John Torrence " 2iil Thos. J-S.Smith" 108 In Knni County. John J. Jewoll had Git votes for Governor. In Portnge County. Benj. R.Torrencem vrucV lorisecreiary oi me.n in wij. b.lu.u. Jtl voios tor 1 reasurer oi riniu. In Erie County. Jacob ...

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