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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 11 April 1862

temoaraf J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 5V lUtckta Ntajflpaptr, DtDoftMo t!)t Diifleminatton of lUpabllran Printiplt0,2-utat Dajj. TERMS $ 1,50 per innnm VOL. XIII, NO. 15. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY. APRIL 11, 18C2. .WHOLE NO., G39. Seffetsotitatt Tin 4l)t Jtfftrfionian Democrat IS PUBLISHED EVEnT rRIDAT U0IIN1N0, AT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. Office lir.flj, 0Mr t, rw Str,olViHm, A , tide oj lasi'aMic T E R M Si If paid in advance, so If not paid within the jrear, a 00 rAll kinds of morcliantabla perdue taken In No PPr discontinued until all arrearage repaid, except at the option of the Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. uidiL Advertisements will be inserted aafol lawsi JOcte. a square, first insertion; each sub sequent insertion, 2S eta. a square. Busixssa Advertisements will be inserted at ha following rates: One Square three insertions, " two months, w three months, "six months, 1 00 3 2 300 400 600 12 00 18 00 20 00 10 00 Half column six months, - one year. ' Une colum...

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. — 11 April 1862

Tj3LV33 0. CONVERSE, Editor cmHronii," Friday, Arniui. isiii. . I - irW(iir great news this work,nd give It, to tbo exclusion of mucli other Diat- I ; Battle Near Corinth, Miss! THE GREATEST EVER FOUGHT ON THIS CONTINENT!! The Federal Arms Victorious!! Federal Loss, from 18,000 to 20,000; Rebel Loss, From 30,000 to 40,000!!! CniCAoo, April 8. A private dispatch received in ibis city to-night from one of Gen. Grant's Stall soys: "We have fo light and won the hardest baltlo ever fought on tin's Continent." The dispatch was dated Pittsburg Landing, Gth. PITTSBURGH, OLD FORT HIGHLAND, April 9, 3:20 A. M. Special to Herald : One of the greatest and Woodiest bai lie, of.raodern days has just closed, re calling in the complete roui of the enemy, who attacked us at daybreak Sunday. The battle lasted without intermission during the entire day, and was Bjjain re newed on Monday morning, and continued until 4 o'clock P. M., when the enemy commenoed ihcir retreat and nro still flying towards Co...

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. — 11 April 1862

HOME DEPARTMENT. Township Election. Township Election in this vlllajrn, on Monday last, wna tho molt exciting ono witliin our remembrance. Two hun dred and ninety voloa wore polled, and llio rorsgo majority for tho Ticket nomlnatod by tho Union Caucus at ton Court 1Ioiio, about nlnol. Tho following aro tho officers nloctt Trustees I'hlnons Chaso.Daniol Warnor, Jr., K N. Osbotn. Clork Kllai Avory. Aotior C. A. Vaughn. Troasuror Alphous Cook. Constables L. D. Fosso, N. II. rarks, Orrin Tuckor. Corporation Election. Tho following aro tho Omcors of tho Cor poration of Chardon, olooted on MonJat lam t Mayor C L. Cnnuold. Trusteos-vK. P. M-jnioll, Wm. Wittor, Martin Stooo, O. 1 Nowcomb, John F. Bruco. Recordor L. C Ludlow. To the Farmers. Tho Ladies' Soldiora' Aid Sooioly or lb la ptaoo, which has done, and is still doing, noble and important work, requests that tho farmors of Chardon and vicinity, who liavc, buttor, ohoeso, dried bocf, sugar, chick ens, fruit, pickles, &o., to donato...

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. — 11 April 1862

Romantic Story of the War. Th Donclsoa correspondent of tlie TYilunt relalet the following bit of ro- ttanlio fclrtory i A rmno- man beloneitur to one of tlic Tennessee regiments be lieltJ the rank of first lieoteosot in ni company wm very dangerously wounded in Saturday morn ing' itrife. ini wM not expected to live when I left Dover, where he lay in much pain and in more remorse. The young man told me lie wi a na tive of Harrisbulf?, Pennsylvania, and YA Glided there until the autumn of 1859, when be went to Columbia, Ten nessee, and tbere engaged in Hie practice of the law with considerable success. While in that State be bee ft mo acquainted with and enamored of a young woman of culture arid fortune, a distant relative, l Understand, of General Pillow, and was oon engaged to marry her. The love stream of (lie young couple flowed, emoothly enough until the fall ol Sumter, and the. secession of Tennessee, when the affianced husband, a strong ad Tocate for the Union, returned home, ...

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. — 18 April 1862

J iff era r J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. VOL. XIII, NO. 10. 5lU)ttklijNtn.Wfr,DfP0ttototljt Dissemination of Rcyabltcai. principle., Coattttion, CMEDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY, mpercnte,CUerotK, ajriltnf anHIof llje DeB APItIL 18, 1802. TERMS-1 1,50 per Annum. WHOLE NO., CIO. Jtlfetflonian Dtmofrat M POBHsmn EVERT FRIOAt IICItNlKO, AT CHARDOH, Geanga County, Ohio. TERM 9. if paid in aJvance, i so L?I Ii t"' J. year too vm.n .1 m!rch'll preduc taken in ' ! " o "l lh mrkel price. r.,n.M,.PJ,P". di,fonin'' "mil nil arrearages erepald.excpi at tli. option of tht Publisher. I .... ?ATE9 OF ADVERTISING. L-., "TIIE"Emil1 be inserted' as Tot- ... l"rsfir Insertion; each sub sequent insertion, i eta. a .qi,Br,. ' th.IV"- Ao""'sts will be InMrted at the MIowiniF rata. On Square three insertions, u T nnh."" Jt three montlu,.. u .. " month,.... a," , n year, Half comma six tnoniln,.. . $1 oo SI2J . 300 4 00 600 )9 00 18 00 SO 00 40 00 A , on year... Vat column aix montlu, " " Onarnnr... W-B...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 18 April 1862

JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. cniBDos, onio.RiDMrmus.jsGs. Abolition Slavery in the District of Columbia. The till for the abolition of Slaverv in the District of Col'lmbia bus pasted Con- Kress, anu oeen signed ny tne president. it . . iu vumia iue two nouses was as Al was lows Senate Teas, 2k): nays, 14. House yeas, 93 ; nays, 39. All the yeas in the Senate were Republicans, and the nays Anti-Republicans. Of the thirty eight Democratic members of the House from the Free States, twenty-one voted nay, including? we regret to say, those j from Ohio. Messrs. lilm'r, of Missouri, nd Fisher, of Delaware, wcre'the only mombcrt from the Slave States, who voted yea. The bill allows compensation nat ex ceeding 8 .'tOO to the master of every slave it emancipates, provided that no one shall receive any compensation who has aided the Rebellion. Every claimant is re- finireii In ra.Lo noil. Il,t K k.. nnt the Rebellion, such oath, however, pot to be conclusive as to bis loyalty. The Mil also prov...

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 April 1862

HOME DEPARTMENT. PrVTba loss of the 41m Koglmont at I'iltakurRh Landing, was heavy but, In the Hit of the killed and woundod, we hare not Jet een tbe nemos of any member! from tbii County. ' . stir Mr. Riddle's t xrellcnt speech In favor of the bill abolishing Slavery in tlio District of Columbia, we shall publish next wevl. Teachers' Institute. A Teachers' Institute will open In Burton, on Tuesday eveiiitijr, April 2f)ih, and eon.' linue through the week. Tbo session will opon with a Lecture. It la expected thai Mr. Whlto, of Columbus, and other dis tinguished toachora, will bo present. Board !rot. Tuition for ladies, fifty cents ) gonile men, 1.00. AB-Tho Claridon Brass Band are to giro a Grand Concert at the Free Agricultural Hall, this (Friday) evening, under the'load crship of Prof. Snibol. Thoy will bo as Istod by the Claridon Gloe Club. Tho bills say, "Ample preparations bare boon made, and a good time may be expected;" and wo don't doubt it. r-J B. Mathews, C. L. Canfield an...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 18 April 1862

Utilizing Small Things. Ti ta anmrUinir In what an extant iwm logly USelee. Itr(ic1t nfe utilised III 111 rnantsfactarng arts. We it Ml present it few examples to illustrate thia point : I Th rrtmiate of Dotnsh it made in lrjf Quantities in Cincinnati, from hoofs, horns and OtW reftiaa of aUtirtreil . . . o f? u" . t t ..!. UoW hair taken from the hlJCI in tan- nerle ia employed for making pUsterlna ..,. , f ck..r. I ttorier to give it a tort of fibrous qtinliiy. baw dual ia daily told for sprinkling I floor of market and various public I . It .1 .. - ,1 . ' f., I placet ; it it also used lor packing ice for elrtpment. I lie raff. Of WOrtl-OVJl Shlrtinff, eallOO , dresses, and Ihe waste of cotton factories - " I re employed to make news-paper, ' The paring, of skint and hide, and the tart of cows, calvet and sberp are care fully collected and converted into filue. The finer tonalities of gelatine are made from ivory raspings the bones and ten dons of animals. Bones converted into ch...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 25 April 1862

gJtftttt . , 1 1 in - , " - - ...( . ... W&mQtVCkt. J. 0, CONVERSE, Proprietor. VOL. XIII. NO. 17. .att"swp"tift CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. APM1, 25. 1802 an. TERMS--$1,.0 per Annum. 1 WHOLE Oil,' ilje i.rfcrionian Dtmorrat 18 FODLISIIBD SVEBT fBIDAT MOIIKIHa, AT CHAED05, Geauga Connty, Ohio. Office iirtctl, over If,. ,, V,r, . Wilkin, &. TERMSi ' (paid in advance,' i i0 ltf-'luiPuVll.wi,rhin ,hs 00 DVme, .I'.i,of '"reh1'l'l produce taken in P V i v ' " "' mket price. ...J? l,aPBr discontinued until all arrearsgea eropaiu, except at the option of the Publisher. I L RATES OK ADVERTISING. 1.1. in Vd'"1tisi!mi!its will be inserted as fol ...! "' '"ere, first Insertion; each sub sequent insertion, 2S cts. a square. .J.r iV"? Al',iiTiiMmiTi will be inserted at t"e Square three inaoruons, " (w months, tlirce moni . " six months,... 1 00 8 25 300 ....... 400 600 J2 00 u ono year, Waif column six months,- vnafcnr, n.iMi'- w i'" One column nil months, 80 00 " . " one year,...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 25 April 1862

JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. CIliROOX, OHIO, FRIDAT. APRIL IS. ISCl Mr. Riddle's Speech. We publish thi week, tho admirable epoech of Mr. Riddle, upon the biU for (he abolition of Slavery In Iho District of Co lumbia. Lot none fuil lo read it who truth or aJmire oloqicnoe. Mr. Riddle, while eiearly indicating that all theftrgu mor.t It oo the lidi of the measure to ad vocalce, torj wieely doclinea lo bo put upon lit dofentive, and batct lit triumphant vladicsllon upon itt iuhoreo( juaticc. Willi him, whatever It right la ctpodiont, ard oo nation or individual otn bo permanently In jured by It and whatovor la wrong ItaUajt ioozpediout, eliko for nation,) and individ Mai. Would that all our Roproiectailveal bad eq ial faith In the Right I They might ibon the roore clearly ditceru both tho llghti and the thudjwt Id this, fearful panorama of blood. And who could doubt tbe speedy deliverance of the Nation from Ita present troubloa, which, view tbe.ro M we may, are attrlbolablo to falao ri...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 25 April 1862

HOME DEPARTMENT. Death of Lieut Talcott. among the ton of the North who Lave been, sacrificed in this deplor able war, (here lave been tome more dis tinguished, there certainly hat been none taore isalous oi (rue-hearted, than Lieut. Cbauneey H. Talcott. Conitaot end an thuiiastic la advocacy of every good tause, be hit fallen, thai early, a mariyr lo the cause of bii country end humanity. We believe Lieut. Talcott wat about 8 year, of age. The greater part of hi life was spent in teaching, be being;, at one Ume.princlpal of the Burton Academy. He was, for many yesrs, a contributor to the Zrmocrtjf,aid hi well written articles, published, from lima to lime, In its col umns, attest his talents, as well as bis de motion to Education, Temperance, Free dom, and, (a short, whatever be believed Would benefit society or elevate and en tioble mankind. Beinir desiroua (o aid be country in Us struggle wiib Treason ad Rebellion, be nlisud, hit summer, at Burton, In the Hitchcock Guards," (Co. ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 25 April 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. Spring rade BET MODS IT IFor 1862. Wilcox & Co. . , , , ..... .. a. i. J daily receiving their Attractive Stock nfj tuning uuuui.t HI....I ............. SILKS , DRESS GOODS. FRENCH PRINTS. French Camhrics. Ladies' Coths and Cloaking. urc i rlmmlngs. RI11BONS. BLACK & WHITE LACES, Mitts, Gloves and Gauntlctls, Balmoral and other Skirts, CLOTHS, CARSIMERES & VEST1NGS, &c, tec, to. ' VWt are offering our Spring Goodt at cheap at ever to our tmlotnert.UEf NfW Slirinff Print be"!'ruI pattern. rc "v" -X'"0 x '"" are aolling at olu prices Tl!pn!iPi1 Pllilnil nd While Good we arc DlldlllU VUUOIIsellingal last year' price. XV H' pay particular attention to onr M O lVAA tj Department, and keen ev try tlimg in that Ime.jgjf Our Silks0'"0'"'"' l''e Bc,t Sy'ci Qualities TLAIN BLACK SILK from 75c to f 2 per yd, FANCY ' 41c. ' ' 1'lain and Figured llrowtt Silks, all qualities. ' Green ' ' ' Blue ' Tlack ' Plain and Figured Foula-d, Set. tVl our Woven Fabrics for Dri$...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 2 May 1862

4 miitmuw, J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor, VOL. XIII, NO. 18. ft toteklB Kttt.papcr, P,.,,, to tljt Pimmination cf CHARDON, GEAUGA gF,HI,r Principle,, (ebucatian, COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. MAY 2. 18C2. tIptran, CUeratart. a3r udture , i), . of th.e d727 TERMS-$l,50pcr Annuja, U U)e JeffcrBoniait Dtmocrat MfHt'"'" eVBRT FRIOAT MOIWIKO, AT CHAKDOJT, Geauga County, Ohio. Aii'll.aiil . ;.. i. xt.ii.- v'. . " TERMS! J paldlii advance, a; 50 If not p.id wllhin th, Jm So ..VL1 k.'r of mrehtntbl. product taken in t mL.i i 10 Dirwr ft..j j 11 . . , r--ui. v.iuun oi mo ruuiunor. t OF ADVERTISING. k DT"T'"iiT will be inserted .fol- SO C t. . an..... r, 1 . ; 1. t --.At,-.-.. 1 . -T'-1W, 111. IIH.I llllll tlVH IHD MV, 1 '""on. oti. a square. St.. r jV"? AD,iiiiiTa -will b Inserted at Square tarM inseruons, fl 00 u 1 lwo month 8 8 " Uitm month,.. 3 00 ix month 4 00 nair aoIumnaU montha,.. 19 00 ft" . " " yr... 18 00 vm column ix month,.. so 00 on year, 40 00 F7-Bt.sines Cards of not over 6 llnoa, tor . ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 2 May 1862

JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor, cm r do J, enio, Friday, may i. isa The Fall of New Orleans. The glorious news of ihe rapture, of M k 1. Vo,1rTfl..Pt pnt un New Orleans by the Federal Heel sent up , log river irom mi un, vm la ceived and confirmed, Say a Washing ton d'upaloh of the 85.h ; "The news from New Orleans, which has oome through several Rebel sources, is deemed here of the utmost importance. What England failed to do, with ali her power, lias been handsomely accomplished by New England. The manner in whit.li the ueceaa at Forts Jackson and St. Phillip was followed up, is highly commended, In thirty hours our brave men consum mated their victory, and appeared before ihe great city of the South-West to re cetve IS subm.as.00." A dispatch in the Richmond paper, of the same day, dated Uobile.Fndiy, says: "tho Union gunboats j passed Forts Jackson and St. Phillip at 4 o'clock on Thursday morning, and. at ' s ; 1 o clock the same aftornoon, were before New Orleans." . . . ibe lelegr...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 2 May 1862

HOME DEPARTMENT. Musical Association—Time Changed. ro authorised to atnlo that (ho Union Musical Association will moot in ralnostillo, on Friday and Saturday of next wook, Itistuad of Thursday and Friday, a boroloftire announced. Tho chnngo, as we loam from Mr. Morrill, of tho Telegraph, hns bronmo nocossary from tho fact that an "Old Folks'" troupo ara advertised to b In Paincsvillo on tho two lint named evenings., which would intarforo with tho Concert, whicb was to hao boon givon on Friday evening. By tho now arratigomont, tbo CoDOort will bo glvon on Saturday evening. Pff-A. yery Important suit, hntweon Jo- 'ah II. Burton, plaintiff, and L. J. Itan ln.ll and A. M. Claik, dofondants, involving about :,00,nf)0, it now pending in tho Su perior Court of Now York. The suit was brought :o close Hp a partnership horotofore Flitting between the partios, Burton and Randall seeking to collect from Clrk thoir rospoctivo shares of tho profits. Tho attor neys arc! W. M. Evarts and J. N Bale-...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 2 May 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. Spring Trade ITor 1863. Wilcox & Co. Art daily receiving their Attractive 8tock of "Spring Good, comprising the laicat novelties in ILK3 , UK ESS GOODS, FRENCH PRINTS. French Cambrics, ... Ladiea' Clothe end Cloaking. Dress Trimmings. RIBBONS, BLACK & WHITE LACE, , Mill, Glovos and Gsuullstis, Balmoral an J other Skirt, CLOTHS, CASSIMERE3 4. VEST1NGS, &o , etc., Sto. Mf Ifi are offering our Spring Good at cheap at ever to our tulomert.$ New Spring PriotsiW; Blcahcd Cottons;!)gwV.,GyrVp:icV.e ty W pay particular attention to onr 21 OUR XIX O Department, and keep ev ry thing in that line.jfrf Our .Wi'j HP Best Stylet and Qualitic tOUIXS in , market. PLAIN BLACK SILK from 75o. to 2 per yd, FANCY ' 4lo. ' l'laia and Figured Brown Silka. all qunliil.a. ' ' Groan ' lilue Slack ' . Plain and Figured Foula-da, &e. Vln our Woven Fabrict for Drett Goods w have every Variety of Stylet and IiUernt.Jt3 Our omprlses the Largest Assortment of Small and Elegant Figure...

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. — 9 May 1862

1 7-, in is terfiOfftfttl etttoet J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. a lUftkla tftuiBpapcr, Dtooteo to tlje DiMcmlnation fif Hi pablicoi principles, education, emptrante.Cit'rratnre, ajrUulturc, onb tlje Ktwt of tr)e Pajj. TERMS$l,50prr Annum. jet VOL. XIII, NO. 19. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY. MAY 9, 18C2. WHOLE $H)e leffcrflcnian Democrat UruDLisiiBD kviiit rnibAT mchmko, at CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. CJIc. dlnrtly tvtr (f t,rw Su,r, W ilki,,, A. AW.jr,4il ,ifc', cj tltt rhlttSiw. T E It MS i I f paid in advance, (i 50 I f ant paid within the year, 2 00 frCT All kinds of merchantable produce taken in payment, at tlie market prire. .'No paper di.4coii:iniirJ until all arrearages at vpald.txuupt at the option of the Publisher. RATES OK ADVEHTISINU. Lsuii AavsanstMrxTs will be inserted at fol-liwa.--.Y.) ut. a square, first Inaertiun; each sub t lont iiwertioit, 2i cts. a snunio. iiVsiiKts Aa.-EiirnEJitsu will U ineerttj. at t'.ie following rali.it 2 2iit!;re iiiteruons, 1 tt "...

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 May 1862

I JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. CHAR DO St 0 0 jOrFJWD A A Y 9. 1 Sf The New Congressional Districts. .1 . . 1 Under the new apportionment law, are at . The Congressional tVistric', of Ohio.! follow : 1st and ?A Districts Hamilton Count j. 3d Montgomery, Preble, Butler and Warren. 4ih Darke, Shelby, Logan, Cham paign and Miami. 5th Van Wert.Merocr, Allen, Atiglnize, Hardin, Hancock and Wyandot. 6ih Clermont, Brown, Higlnnd, Clin ton and Fayette. 7ih Greene, Clark, Madison and Franklin. Sih Union, Delaware, Marion.Morrow and Richland. 9ih Crawford, Huron, Seneca, Erie, Sam'nskv and Ottawa. 10th Wood, Putmau, Henry. Lucas, Pauldintr. DeGance, Fulton and Williams 1 tth Adams, Scioto, Lawrence.Galia, Jackson and Vinton. 12th Pike, Ross, Hocking, Perry, Tickawav and ! airfield. 13th Licking, Muskingum, Coshocton and Knox. 14lh Holmes, Ashland, Wayne, Mu dina and Loran. 15th Meigs, Athens, Washington, Morgan and Monroe. lGth Guernsey, Belmont, (Noble) Harrison and Tuscarawas. 17th Jefferson...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 9 May 1862

HOME DEPARTMENT. Fire. The house Juat north ef the old Stone Tarorn In thit viilsgo, mainly oocuplod by tbo family of Mr. II. N. flpencer, tu do etroyod by Are on Wednesday eveolng. The fire, which It mppntnd to hate origina ted from a stovo pipe In the back prl of the bouio, had progressed to for when first discovered, hot w con fire and ait o'clock, that it was Impossible to extinguish it, and, l a strong breoie was blowing from the north, there was danger of Its swooping through tbo tillage j but, by the exertions of our ciliznus, it wns prerentad from com municating to othor buildings. Most of tho furniture was saved, but considerable bed ding and wearing apparol bulougiug to Mr. 8,'oncor'e family, were dostroyod. The huuse was owned and io part occuplod by Mrs. Sybil Smith, and was probably worth torea or eight hundred dollars. No In-surauce. rOjr Ri'proientntite, lion. D. B. Woodbury, has returned from Columbus, in Ane health and spirits. G&iuga bat neror twin more worthiW...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 9 May 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. Spring Oracle ITor 186S. Wilcox & Co. Art Jail? receiving the'r Attractive flock of prin Geeda, comprisis j (Ik lou.l uorelue.ln ILK3, ORES3GOC.D3, FRENCH PRINTS. French Cambric, Ladies' Coihs and Ctoaklngs. PimTrimwii'ics, RIBBONS. liLACK .V. WHITE LACE-?. Mitts, G lores and Gaunilelis, . . . Baniorit a ad other Pku , CLOTHS, CASSIMEUE3 & rtSTlN'JS, ic, &e., to. JT3T We are ofering our Spring Goods at cheap as iver to our tustomert.jgf New Spring PrittlsrJ!STOPW Bleahed CottoDPykV; t!iT We jmjv particular attention to our MOURX1SQ Department, and keep tv try thing in that line.jrj Our CY-.,, comprise th Beitatvlua and Quuliiiee PLAIN BLACK SILK from '7ic.to per yd, FANCY 4t,;. Plain sad Figured Brown Silks, nil qualities. Grcou ' 1 - Lino ' Black ' Plain and Figured Foula-ds, ic. tWln our Woven Fabric for Dress Goods toe have every Variety of Styles and JPolternt.JtJf Our Print Stock omprises the Largest Assortment of Small and .Elegant Figure, and the be...

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