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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 22 November 1861

.gifo Seffergotiian Wtmocvat J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 3 U)tchlr Nf-uiapaprr, Dcoottb to tlje Disetminotion of Utpublitttn Prineiplw, Creation, cmptrante, Citeratare, gricnlturf, onb tljt Xtwt of trjc Dajj TERMS $1,50 per Innom. VOL. XII, NO- 40. C1IARD0N, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 18CL, WHOLE NO., CIO. $t)e Jtfftroonlan Dtmotrot fCBLlgnBD EVtBT FRIDAt MORNIKO. AT CHAEDON, Geauga County, Ohio. intra, ,, ,h, WfW lVnP, Will -nt A. ,, TERMS. r paid lit advance, iso irnm piil,! within the year, soo . All klrtll. nf Ht.uLd u 1.1 I.. . t -- wi Kiiunniunuis pronuco ia sen in payment, a. market price. ,.No paper u'l'r'Mtlnuod until nil arrearages RATES OF ADViTISINO. biait, Advestisemewts will he iii.T'ted strol lews: JO et. a squaro, first insertion; e.i.i "! eeqaent insertion, S3 cts. e square. Dl'(iiess Aovssri.EJtEitTS will be Inserted at Ike following ralnei One Square tlirce insertions, 1 00 " " two months,- 2 25 " " three months, 3 00 ' " six montlis,... 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. — 22 November 1861

aieam In a circle, or tlliiiso, running c'nso to one shoro aa thrv camo oVtra tliu river, tlririiiiR or steaming a slowly as pnssiblo past llio batiurma there, and paving their niect, ihrn making llio turn to go ami aa they went vp (he river, favor- log the mhur batteries with aimilnr cm-, plimen.s-.ho ga.ne n bo continue na' libitum, or until Hie rebel ling came down. THE ASSAULT. On Thursday mnn.ine iho attnrk boBnn. Thefloetwn drawn aa closo in shore in ei cioeo hi wmir in nraciicablo. ami the ball was opened by Ihn Runhoais. which smamed past F.n t n...nro. z;. '':z: aIUhd rmt hi mi urn no hi ik n cfinnm H'ln thai liA mftlrn rnllful nlwtvn it in wilittiit and hurer suspended In mid air like a plume. Voire, alter voll.y rained upon tho lort a. boats steamed past tho larger vessels tnng.ng up the line and throwing splendid- Iv-aiined broadsides of shells upon the lort VVhon the gunboats had passed tho point of land upon which the fort is situated and were out of tho roach of Its g...

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. — 22 November 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. Observance of Thanksgiving Day. our fluitotnur and. all whom It may COlicorn, e, merohanti of Chardon, Oeauga Co., do horebj agroo, In conformity with th8 Proclamation of Iho Onvrnor of tho State, to cloia our places of buolnoat In nb. ervanee of the day ai a day of thanksgiving. Ayre St Murray, A.. D.Hall,aftor9 A.M. Wilkin. It Kolloy, ataoob Sherman, A. W. Young, Edtnond Knapp, Por C, L. Canftold. Samuel Bqulia, A- Cook. J. P. Bruce, L. J. Randall, 0. II. Mar.h, John Nlohola, M. 8. Manh, F. 1) & D. Warner, Jr.Jono Hirnltl, Tho Poit-offlco will be oloted at 9 A. M and opened at 3 P. M.. ' Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving Service at the M. E. Church, at 1 1 o'clock. Sermon by Rev. Mr. Fuller. 1 he Winter term ol oor tillage ocuooia win commence on Monday, Due SJ. Mr. H. R. Strong request ut to lata that he proposo to oputi a Singing Suhool at the Muthodiil Church in this sillago, to morrow (Saturday) evening, at o'clock. Ail potion favorable to the ol.j.'ct aro invite...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 22 November 1861

For the New York Tribune. IN MEMORY OF EDWARD D. BAKER. Oh, lalrou hero, noble fi-lend, 'W Dot lha friond 1 mourn In limn, Though called, In midcareor, to end Thj ibining courts of t iotory, X dar ih grW, Tor friendship's salco, T know id; ssldior's knoll is rung That shame or glory ne'er (hall wike . . Tfco silver trumpet of thy tonguo t That dim the eye whose lightning soarrd The traitor, through h la braxen mail t That lips, wboio smile of sweetness cboored iM"arko8t day, are cold and pule. Ko solflsh sorrow fin thee now. And we who loved tbeo stand atido While iho, our Mother, vails hor brow, And in ber grief forgots bor prido. Whou half tho, stars of honor fado That gommed hor banner's morning sky, Bhe sees them triumph who betrayed, And bo, ber truest chiofiain, die I When low ambition rules the latid, And patriots play the trador's part, We ill can spare his open hand, Wa III can spare his honest heart. When timid lips proclaim their doubt, To chill tho ardor of tho bravo, We...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 29 November 1861

Ik Jeffera emacrat 01111111 J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 tUtrklg NtmBpaptr, Prootcb to tlje Di00t1n.nat.on of Rtpoblifan Printiplto, education, tmptrantt, Cittratnrt, grunltnrt, anb tljt &cnt of tl)t Das TERMS-) 1,50 per innnm. VOL. XII, NO. 43. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 29. 1801. WHOLE NO.. 020. &lje Jtfftrontan Democrat tDBMnnKD BVBRT FRIDAY MPRKIKO. AT CHARD ON, Geauga County, Ohio. 9Jl$ directly over (A. I, fie Store of Wilkitil t U,,,w,H u, t'utitc 6yr4. TERMS: If paid In sdvance, 1 BO Mi") P'J within the year, 8 00 7AI1 kinds of merchantable produce taken in syinent, at the market nrim. No paper discontinued until all arrearage! . fiu, cepi at tne npuon ot the 1'ublishsr. RATE3 OF ADVERTISING. BiaAt Advkrtisbments will be inserted asfol Uws: JOcts.a aqitare, first insertion; each sub atquenl insertion, 25 eta. a square. ' BusisKsji Advsbtiemknts will be inserted at laa luuowing ratcai 4ne Square three iusorttons, " " two months, 14 " three months...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 29 November 1861

JULIUS O7c0 H VERSE, Editor" iniBIO!!, Omo;RlDAT. NOT. 29, IStil. A Fight at Pensacola. Our latest and most important war rtt, this week, U contained ia tbe following dispatch i . WASHINGTON. Nov. 26. Ass'sUnl Secretary of the Navy, Fox, received a dispatch from D'tllimiire, statin; that the Norfolk Day Book publishes ad vices from Richmond to the etTeot thnt an .engagement was goinu; on at l'cnsacola. Parlies who read the paper nay llmt tlx Frigate Niagara ar.d Oolorntlo enuarjeil J-or I McKae, and (hat the hurt briskly re turned the fire, and, further, that the ves sels received damage and were compelled to haul off. The Day Boot adds that Fort Pi-kens Wsa 6riog on the Fensacola Navy Yard. Another dispatch says that the fight commended on Saturday, and was in pro gress Sunday night. Fort Pickons, by firing hot shot, had set the Pensacola Navy Yard on lire three limes, but that the rebels manned up to the latter day to extinguish the (lames. They had not, however, been able to sup ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 29 November 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. HOME DEPARTMENT. Capt. Bartlett's Artillery Company. Uapt. Bnrtlett, of Clerelnnd, who is re cruiting for the last Company to he formed Id Cot. Harnett's 1st Oliio Artillery Reg iment, is anxious to raiso a squad of 23 men Id Cliardon, to man one of llie guns. A rare opportunity is thus afforded to young men wuo desire to enter this branch of (he service. Several have already enlisted, and we presume the de aired number will soon be raised. Col. Barnelt'a Artillery, consists of 12 Companies of 6 guns eaeb, and, In all, 1800 men. It is the same tint rendered auch effective service and so gloriously distinguished Itself in Western Virginia. We have Lad the pleasure of forming (he acquaintance of Cpt. Harriett, and, from his- nppeHrance and the Rmple recommendations he boars, have no doubt Ifcat he will prove himself worthy of all it!fidence that may be reposed in him. Tersons desirous of enlisting in his Com pany, aie referred to D. W. Mrrill, of this village, 1st Bug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 29 November 1861

Parson Brownlow's Valedictory. [From the Knoxville Whig of Oct. 26.] Tbil Issue of lj0 Whig mua n"c-t'y tie the liul TMX ,, mna to coino I unable lo My ho long. The Confederate "'rr'Hlo have determined upon mv ar .r.,1 1 .m to be Indicted bofnre the tjrand Jury ol tho Confederal" vour, which comroenoed Iti session lo Nsshvilie 00 Monday last. I would hare aaiud tho Indictment and arrest OHinre iin"nv"' .I.. ..m.ri.Mi Mini in th world, nut, ss I cnlv publish wcddy pHpor.my hurried ro-, ' ', .-i.;i I.I run me of llin UOVBl ID l.-lBIITInu ....Mi,. - f privilege of taytng to my uocnuui w.mv, hut iialikdue to myself and lliein. i tho fact of fny liioiotmeu. m surest having boon ijiwu " wock.frum distinguished cit'ions. legislators and lawyora at Nashville, of all parties. OentUmoo of bith positions and mcinhera Cf Ibe Sooossion party aay that tho indict ment wiU be ruado bocauao of "some Ireasooahle articles io lato numhera of tho Whig." 1 havo produced thoae two iroasoti able articloa" ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 6 December 1861

0 wnn sPtettiocrat J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. lUcckljj Ncmepaptr, Dtootcb to tl)t Diasemtnatton of Utpttbluaji flrintipltfl, (SJacation, tmperantf.Ctttratnrt, Slgrynltnrt, auii tl)c Ntroa of tl)t Dan. TCRMS$ 1,50 per Annum. VOL. XII, NO. 49. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 0, 1801. WHOLE NO., 021. t let fears Jefftrfiontaii Drmoctat rCBLlSIIKD EVkHY mil.Al ttU.M Al CHARDON, Geauga Cou tty, Ctio. i'r'r't! over la. A,r H'lUi'ni d jf, Mf fmUtt ayavrs. T E R M 8i V paid in advanco, fl so m noi paid wiuiin the yea 8 uu CTAII kinds of merchantable produce token in payment, at tiie market price. 'o paper disconanued until all arrearages asapaid, except at the option of the l'ublisher. RATES OK ADVERTISING. laoL AuLRTtKMi.xTS will t inserted afo. sow: bO ctK. a square, first insertion; each sub sequent insertion, 2J eta. a square. u'sii:ss AuvRRf iskxknts will be inserted at Vhs rollowing ratnst One Square three insoruons, 00 " "two months, 2 ?S " three months 3 OO " " i mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 6 December 1861

Julius "orcoHVEESETiEditor. , KIURDOJI, ODIO, FRIDAY. DEC. fj. IFCI. The President's Message. ' The President's Message dm rereivrd too latj for insertion in this issue. Wo liave only roow for n brief statement of Xhat it declare to be tlie policy ol tlie IVHdetil m 4eafceg with tin Rebellion : ' Mr. Lincoln nys lhat in the policy adopted toward the Insurgents he has coo-I tined riiHKir.ro Inr nossih lei. to, lha enactments of Congress, not having tram-1 tended them. He has made the reslors- si f ITU .h. r.rlmur .rt i K (tended 10. leaving many minor matter. inh.Heh.io.l he iirNiioB.!T.H.,il.i.,r.ln K'l... . a :.t ... great question connected with the war, Mr. Lincoln declares in favor of colonizing them in soma congenial climate. He ad vocates no general emancipation, but his lanruaize clearly implies thai he consid ers all slaves belonging to rebel roasters, Who are in anv wav emoloved to aid the rebellion, as 'liable lo confiscation. Of! thexe, and of those who have escaped to ou...

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

HOME DEPARTMENT. Lieutenant Wood. fours by letter from Lteul. Qj. L. Wood, dated Warren, Nov. 30ih, that lie Las been trasnferred to the 7ih IUgi ment Buttery, tod it at dome for the pur poae of obtaining reunite. Tliia Buttery, which consia'.a of 6 ten-pounder Parrott guns, ia commanded br Liet. Parson, of Capt. Mack'e Hatterr, (regular,) a grad uate of West Point. Persons enlisting ia it will be exempt from picket, guard and aoouling duly, and will alwaya ac company the gallant 7ih. Id the aervice (o which he liaa been transferred, Lieut. Wood hold the tame cask at heretofore. He wae among the 6rat to respond to the call of the President, and we bare reliable authority for taying it a good officer. He expects lo be Vo Cbardon In a few dayt. Well Said. Mr, Abbott, In retiring from . the Palnni villo Telegrapk, remark! with truth upon kibe Tolly of attumptiug to publish a count; ltpor at 1,00 per year: "I am now whore no one can lay (if an; no has dnno mo the it-justice) Co tar it i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 6 December 1861

Port Royal-Its Early History. The region around Port Royal En trance and IsWntl hu a 'range, eventiul mid romaniii history. It was lite first set tled pol 00 the co of North America. How I uteres tint?, in view of our rxoe.ltilim t .j ,i , ' i ...i. .,.,,. -"' r " tt same locality jtisV 300 The firal colony va sent out b Admiral Colijftti, a lealou ProtesUr.t. and then one of the Minister of the Crown, who the time of the war between the trench Protestants and Ca'holics, obiainnrl per- mission of Charles IX to plant a colony of Pro eslantt in Florida--, name tlunap plied also to a areat pari ol the Southern joist. Command of tw.. vessels was sc-', . i . r n c i. ord.ng!, given to Jean Ribatill. nun L' c',"'e, "nd 'n the spring lo6l ho landed on the r lortiU coast. Sailing northward, lie discovered several rivers one of which, "Ironi the lairnrss and largeness ol Its harbor," he cailel the Port Rural R'ver. The old chnin' cler Laudonit-re, who accurapanied the ex pedition, describes ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 13 December 1861

4& ttiitn macrat J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. a lUttklfi Ntmpaptr, Dtoottb to tl,c DUetminatio.t of ilcpnblUati flrtrmplw, Coacation, tmpcrantr, Cittratart, agrWttltrm, anb ttjcttcM of tljtDarj. TCRMSf 1,50 per Janata. IC mi I VOL. XII, NO. 50. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1801. wnn.rc irn rm Stljt Jtfftreonian Democrat IS ritllLiailBD KVBRT miDAT MORMKO, AT CH ARSON, Geauga County, Ohio. OJict Jirectlf ever tkt strut Store e H'iAims A Ay, mil ,iJ, ai,c Sy.r,. TERMS! If paid in advance, $1 50 It not pnid within tba fear, a 00 fcT .-VII kiutia of inerchantabia produce takeu in payment, at the market price. .'- paper discontinued until all arrearage. - - t'-i a 1 me option 01 me 1 uonslier. RATES OK ADVERTISING. . LEOAt AuvtansEMEMTs will be HlrlrH fnl tows: 50 eta. a square, first insertion; euih sub sequent insertion. 25 eta. a louim. B;ntK.i ADVKRTiEMEr will be inserted at tueiuimwiu:r rates: Olio Sqimro three ineeruons, (I OO " two months, tti " " three mo...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 13 December 1861

oilier. It is nut forgotten Mint it consid erable number of persons mingle Iheir own laber with capital ; that is, ihcy la lor with their own bunds and also buy or liire others to lb0r for ilirm ; but tins Only a mixed nd not a dutinct class. No principle stated is disturbed by the existence of th',4 mixed class. Again, as lias already been said, there ts not of necessity iny such thing as the free hired laborer )eing fixed ia that condition for life. dMany independent men everywhere these Slates, a few years back in their lives, were hired laborers. The prudent, penniless beggar in the world labors for wages awhile, and eaves a surplus with which t buy tools or Jnnd for himself, then labors on his own account, and length hires another new beginner liclp him. This is the just, and generous, and prosperous system which opens the "way to all, gives hope to all, and conse quent energy, progress and improvement f the condition of all. No men living re more worthy to be trusted than thos...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 13 December 1861

HOME AND DEPARTMENT. The 41st Regiment. At last acooonts, (l)oo. 6ih,) tbo) 4 lit vai ttt Camp Q'llgtoy, Louisrillo, tilt expecting to movo within four days, toward Bowling Green It It reported that Buckner la at tha lattor place, with 80,000 Robelf. Stir ring timoi are evidently aoon to bo tonn by the Geauga boyi. II. It. Deaoh, of Capt. llamblin'a Company, (Fifar,) hat boon ap pointed Lance Sorgoant, and W. O. llottgoa, of tho Hitchcock Guards, (Drummor,) Lance Corporal, In charge of field musio. Wo bare received no loiters from our corres pondents in the Rogiment, linoe Ita arriral In Kentucky. What it the reason ? &A donation visit will be given to Rot. II. N. Stoarna, at the Mothodiit Per tooago In tbia villago, on Thursday oroolng next. -9-Thore will be a mooting of the Sol diers' Mite Soeioty at the residence of Daniel Waroor, Jr., en Tuesday (ironing next. f&Tbo 7th Regimont haa boon ordorod to Romnoy, Va., at which place all membora b9ont on furlough, are expected t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 13 December 1861

DELINQUENT LANDS ADVERTISED. A List of Lands and Town Lots returned delinquent by the Treasurer of Geauga County, taxes due for the year 1860, to which is added a cent., together with simple tax for the year 1861. CHESTER. tlwXKRS' NAMES. U. T.Tr. )mon Kinily U B 2 Hhrirenor Samuel 0 8 2 Bborman Jacob 0 6 2 9 12 X lub-lot.What part of L north middle) D liouso n part, house r M. 44J 1074 poi in m 7 mho a ::.s 1 . 10U7 23 40 8 RUSSELL. ifecV.Vrilh Samuel 0 7 1 J'ronch Harriot D. 0 7 1 Feukill JaroU V. 9 7 8 flame 0 7 3 Fame 0 7 3 Same 0 7 3 8a me 0 7 3 IlallJohn 0 7 1 Isham Martha II, 0 7 3 Jackson Chnrlna 0 7 1 Mooro D. I). T. 0 7 1 Nettlnton Uliror 9 7 3 sSnodukcr Isaac N. 0 7 1 Sneduker Aurilla 0 7 1 6arao 0 7 1 6 0 20 20 20 20 20 13 11 0 3 10 1 1 10 3 2 tooth part, houio 41J north oast part 20 west tniddln part 4fl south rnt pai l tiij west middlo 30 couth pnrt f a m pt.h and b 20 w end w of rivor.Ti At b south side, h and b 77 3 north pnrt 16 middlii part, houso A a o cornrr !5J ...

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

Je fliers SBemocrat. tt J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. a U)klB Kca.paprr. Devote to tlje Dieetmination of Republican Principles. dDacation, empcrance, Ciitraturc, a9r.enltt.re, onb the Ntma of t(je Da2. TER3IS$ 1,50 per Anonro. VOL. XII. NO. 51. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1801. WHOLE $l)t Jcfftraontan Democrat is ruut.tsrtitn kvkut rnioAT mornino, at CHARDON, Geanga County, Ohio. OjRc dim Hi over the tieto Store of ll'ilkme Ketiey, wiel tide of the Puhtit Hiunre. TERMS, If paid in advance, tl 50 If nnt nail within the vesr it no tr VII kinds of merchantable produce taken in pnyment, at the market uric. paper dicomiuucd until til arrearages i (lam , cxcnpi 01 tne option 01 tne furnisher. . RTKS(W A rwPUTlKlVfl Lour. VnvtRTisEnt.irs will In insetted asfol- cts. a square, first insertion; each aub sequent iiiwrltou. a eta. a square. Uo'sifsa AiivKanasjiE.tTa will be inserted st me pillowing rat.'8: One Sqimre three insertions, " " two month!!, " " thru months " M f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 20 December 1861

JCLIU3 0. COKVERSE, Editor. tlliRDOJIHIBRIDA!, DEC. 21, IS6L The Danger of Foreign War. Tbe new ol the arrest of ilio Rebel Am taaaadora. Mason end Slldolt, cauaod great eicrtomcnt In England. An Indignation Meeting wa Immediately held In Livorpool, t which reaolutiona wore patted, denoun cing the act in uumoaaurod lerma, end re minding the Oovornment of ita duty to de mand prompt reparation. One or two peakori onunaolod moderation end a sua penaion of judgment upon the s',njret, but tbey woro greeted with grnp.n hy the ox cited populaoe. The British proas, sharing, and doing itsutmoai to increase, the Indig nation of tho British ienplo,i unanimous in the opinion that the aot of Capt. Wilkoa wa an outrago for whioh amplo reparation ahonld bo made by tbo American Govern nent. If we are to credit all the latent foreign Yumors, war with tho enmhinod powers of England and Franco is imminent. But ton much rolianco shnuld not hu planed upon these rumors. The British press only peak as tho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 20 December 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. fifTbt 41st Rogimont, wtion wo last beard from them, wero in the the neigh borhood of Bait Riror, Ky., with tholr fncoi let towarda the enemy, whom they wero etpeeting toon to moot. IVVe are requested to state that the Masquerade Ball which was to be laid Bt Mr. Chase's Hotel on Tuesday evening text, has been postponed to some future time, of which due notice will hereafter be given. stST We iear(Tf7omThTcievelnd pa" jbirl, that tbe 9th Battery (Capt. Wet tnore's) left for Kantucky, on Tuesday afternoon. Dsirn of Judge Aiken. Our com muoily were shocked last Thursday at the announcement of the death of Judge D. D. Aiken, so long and favorably known to the people of Lake and Geauga coun ties. Judge A. was sick only a few days, and died in the 67th year of his age. Judge Aiken first settled here in 1021, and was one of onr most prominent c'ul- sens. As a man he was upright, courteous i i j .i . nu aina governed at all times by patri otic impulses. He took a deep inter...

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

DELINQUENT LANDS ADVERTISED. DELINQUENT LANDS ADVERTISED. A List of Lands and Town Lots returned delinquent by the Treasurer of taxes due for the year Treasurer of Geauga County, taxes due for the year 1860, to which is added a penalty of twenty per cent., together with simple tax for the year 1861. CHESTER. OWNERS' NAMES. R. llamnn Emily 9 ftbrivenor Samuel 9 Sboroian Jacob 9 8 8 8 9 12 1 north iniddlo 141 5 houso 3 n part, homo , 107 J C01 10 14 7 389 5 3S 1 10U7 23 40 8 C RUSSELL. Iteckwith Samuel 0 French Harriet U. 9 Feukill Jared W. 9 8amo 9 Same 9 Same 9 Samo 9 Halt John 9 sham Martha II. 9 Jackson Charles 9 Moore D. I). T. 9 Nettloton Olivor 9 (Snodaker Isaao N. 9 (Soedsker Aurilla 9 Same 9 7 7 7 8 8 20 20 20 20 20 13 11 fi a 16 1 1 10 3 south part, 49) north oust pnrt 20 west middle pari 4ft South oast part (tj west middle 80 south pnrt A) in pt.h and h 20 w end w of river, h & b 33 sin th side, h and b 17 north part 10 middle part, houso 41 o corner d-J 4 west iniddlo ...

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