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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 20 June 1862

11 gttto'atat 9 tit 1111 J. O. CONVERSE, Proprietor, fl to,,k.a y,Pop,r. Di.otib to tljc PUo.m.iio.Ut. of nrpubliro,, Principle, education, tmperancf, Ci.eratnrr, grieuttare. an it,, of tf,e. d78 TERMS-f 1,50 per Annum. VOL. XIII, NO. 25. CI1ARD0N, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY. JUNE 20, 18C2. l)e Jcffcraoitian ticmorrat U published tvany Friday wnn.. CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. AT Ojfi,. ijrtly ,v th, , ., of Wilkin. A W.y,w ,l0 y , , afMri TERMS. 1 f paid in advance, f so ("!, I"i'l within the year g co V . , of nerolimunlU produce taken in syrnsnt, al the market price. - ? P!" discontinued until ell arrearage! r , i uie upnon 01 me i uuiianer ...... ?ATE3 OK ADVERTISING. i,i """"tiskments will be inserted asfol . ou' "T""0. Tirsl insertion; each sub sequent insertion, 25 eta. a aqunre. uujiicM AovKariaiiMEsra will be Inaerted a Square throe Insertions, h '! two tionlhet, " three month,., six months,. r ir ',' on8 ye,iT' Half eolumnsix months,.-. " one year,-.. 0eoluinn aix months...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 20 June 1862

The Jeffersonian Democrat. JULIUS 8. CONVEksk, Editor.- CBlHDb)l."Mlfl,"rRIWT, JC5E 20. 1861. Shall the Union Organization be Abandoned? t ' Tli Cleveland Trailer urge an abandon ment of lha Union organisation in this tnte, claiming that ii has failed to answer the expecta tions of the people. There it great force In in arguments, and wo ontr regret that they were Hot presented one year ngo, when, with the llei M,lt labored to forestall public opinion in favor of union. Pome then foresaw what others hsve since loomed by expeiience, but, boing in the minority, were powerless to prevent it. We eared little for pany nurnw, but thought that Republican, bofore cniering Into a union, otiglrt at leist to demand recognition of the Anti Slavery sentiment of theState. Wow could unity of action be expected without unity ol sentiment f Hut the Union organization was formed shall ft now be aoandonedt We would not answer this question hastily, but one thing is certain: that the Uuijn party of Ohi...

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. — 20 June 1862

HOME DEPARTMENT. iMrOur three months' volunloort arrived t Camp Chile no Wo.lnei.Uy nf last wook. About thirty from Holmot ami Porry Conn. Hot, mostly from the former, hnlng assigned It) their Cnmnanv. f(V II fia.u n. . tttiitibort nlnnty-throo men, over tir'j of fetlnm as... t .Li n mn county. On the day ftcr thctr arrival In thoir enm:nlMlonod nrtlcnri, who are i Cant . u. .Toouaury, or Geauga t lit Lieut., John 8. Orr, of Morrow , 3d Meal., Martin If. Hamblin. of Geauga. The imn com tnisslonod (pfflcon ore not yot olootod. The P8th it one of tho R.-glmontt which are lo remain in the State, for guard duty. AMIon. Warron Chase will lecturo on ho ttato of the country, at the- Disciple Church in tbit Tillngo, oo Tbur.day even ng next. sT-Cap. Geo. L. Wood hat returned to Warron. lie reonlved a severe flosh wound at the Battlo of Tort Uopublio, from a musket kail, which paiied through the thigh. Ho l ooabln to walk or lit up, but we are glad to loarn that the wound la not comidored da...

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. — 20 June 1862

The National Finances. The detailed eteiementnf tho Tr"-Ufj fcoparlmnn showing Hin prv0l amount of the titionl dubt, b.ch w published yeeterdat morning repro'n lhat ,bl ,t having emountu. 0 .(10 2g b of M , fnur J,""lr - nl :,moty one mliione. Or hit iebt about, seventy millions, Misted beforo the; acoessioo of the prusont administration, leaving about four-hundred itnd twenty mil lion! tho amount of dubt created in tho fctt nuutiba it hat been In powor. Our war debt, accordingly, has been accumula ling at a rata not i-xoooding an aerugo ol a million a day, a fact In gratifying control to the ihl statements current during the winter and spring months. lrut the govern ineot was spending two or threo millions a day. Tho national debt on the) first of July, the flcal year, Instoad ofatnouliting tn the enormous aum ot twelve hundred inilltona, at it was currently believed it would two months ago, will not exceed fWe hundred and twenty millions. The expenaet of ilia war during fne poriod...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 27 June 1862

sttJ; J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 3 UJtckfii Ncatpapcr.DcBotebla tljc Diifcmlnation of ncpnblUanPtlnc'iplcf.eftncation, mptrantt.DUtratarr, jjruattttrt, ana tlje ffftuf of il,t DaS. TERMS-$l,.Opr A mum. VOL. XIII, NO. 20. CltAliDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 18G2. It JtlfcreOlllOll Dftnnrrnf ttfUBMtllRn IVtllV HltDAt ItOltftlNO, At CflABDON, Geanga Coonty, Ohio, iirettly ,r ear .Went Wilkin, A JttUtf,mt$t ,idt oj the TuHi Squirt. TERM Si I f paid in advance, f 1 50 I f not paid within tha year, 8 00 UTAH kimU of merchantable produce taken in layinent, it the mnrket price. .No paper discontinued until ell arrearages " Piu. except at the option of the Publisher. RATF.3 ok ADVERTISING. blast AnvtansKMRNTs will be inserted ssfol lewei SO cis. a square, first insertion; each sub (que ut insertion, 25 cts. a square. Bust-uss AovnariacMKiiTi will bo inserted at toe followiiiif rlf! One Square three insertions, " " two months, " " three monthi,.. " six months, ... " one year, Ha...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 27 June 1862

JULIUS 0, CONVERSE, Editor." Cff.iI.DM, OHIO, FRIDAY, JIXE 27. ISClT The Progress of Freedom. We have Already noticed tie passage of ibe Confiscation Bill by the House ol Jiepresentatives. It will, we '.V,ink, pass) the Senate, and, meeting the Wroval of the PresideM.become a law. The House lias also "passed au Emancipation Bill.- . i , -,, .... . ., Uben both of these bills bave become laws, we may liole dectued progress in tbe ri jlit direction. The UuUhIo Aspresr says : '0ing to a characteristic muddle in our rnlographio dispatchos on Thursday morning, ma wore not advisod of tlm luce that on Wednesday the nu0 of Roprnsnnlatiros passed Mr Porter's substitute for tho Eman cipation Rill rejected two or throo woiks ago. I he intnrm.itwn roncnuu us yoatur tlav In our eastern exchanges, it will be romnmhernd that on tho pas aajo of tho conflncatinn bill tome limn ago. an emancipation act, reported cotilointty with it from committee, applying to tho slaves of the same classes or robels ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 27 June 1862

HOME DEPARTMENT. Presentation of a Rebel Flag by Lieut, S. L. Phelps, to his Native Village. Chardon boasts k trophy, il being no leal than Rebel Flag, captured In the laleongngoment be fore MempliU.niiiHmuin'd to hi notlvn village by l.ieut.H. LPMpe. It la large, dnrk-huud and! ball. performed, and il fitly doacrihed in Hit ac-1 Companying letter t U. S. FLAG STEAMER Memphis, June 11, 1862. To "tiie, Ihe Miiyir of t'huritnni Xir' riVsiie to present, llirouth yon, to tlie village of t'hnr ion. n Hilicl flrtv . cnpttiteil in (lie Inte encniwmr nt Wore this plnec. In the con fusion ot battle, thin flagrante into otir pewc stnn, wlihnir it mnik lo time Irotn which one r( the Kilii'l tlct it waa taken. It wna once i I'ninn line, anil hnsl-reti altered to Kehel one bv puiming over some n tlx, stars, and sewing tiueihrr tli i rtd nnd white slripis, to as lo lurin tli "bars." flinvn prp'rntcd to my nntivo Plate, through r. ivi rimr Tod. the fine lowered Irom lie li nk of te "Ut'iiernl Hiai...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 27 June 1862

From the N. O. Delta, June 1. From the N. O. Delta, June 1. Thirty-One Days in New-Orleans. ' Ji"?0 8u'-e tnerobod into thii oilv, and P quarter! in tha Custom Uooto. h f Mod though atreela deserted, tho '""spa and placet of business olosud, tho fow 'avftreons toon Scowling bate at the process ion, not a cheer for tho return of tho old flag,, not evwolcomo, not a .mile to ov id mice Joy at the relief front aoarcVty and despotism. A stranger might bare lupixnod that a hap py and freo people were about to auoctuub to the brute force of a barbarous and un civilized race. So might tho cittsan of , Home hae mot the eoiranoo of the Hunt .into tba thoo mistress of the world. No man could bare drtamod that order nd seourity were marching In to dethrone , wonfg.tnn and danger, to trample out thug pert in high place., and in low places, to walk by tho citizen by day and by night to ecure the lite and limb whioh had boen ooustaotly imperiled before, to guard prop erty, at the morcy of tbe mob ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 4 July 1862

2. mfttB tmocxai onxam J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. a tUtt-klr. Ntm-jiaptr, Ptoottb to tljt DUetmtnation of tltpnblitor principle, ttncation, 6emperancc, Cittratare, agrienttaiY. ano tlje Kent of tlje Da2. TEMIS$1,50 per Annum. VOL. XIII, NO. 27. C1IARD0N. GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 4, 18C2. WTTAT TJ IVTn Pffl iv in 1 1 1 rj mil fi.ii - . r I ttfOBLISIIKI) KTBBT FRIDAY HORKIKO, AT vaaitDON, Geauga County, Ohio. TERMS: J f paid in mi vance, SI 50 If not Daid Within lh. .... ant. tJr.4.11 kind, of merchantable produce taken in ayment, at the market price. Paper discontinued until all arrearage. r..,..lcpl al lne option 01 tne rubiieher t L,,9t dt,;iitisemkmts will be inserted a. fo. '"' J0ct.. a .qnare, first insertion; each aub Sequent insertion, 2i ct.. a .quare. u. rt?"? AnvEa-risssisjiTs will In inserted at iiinnwin; rates: One Sqiiar'a three insertion,, " two month., " three months, " six month., 1 00 2 2S . 300 4 00 6 00 1300 IS 00 SO 00 40 00 Half solumri six month., " . ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 4 July 1862

JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. en a r no n , o n i n . rR i d a v." j i lt 4, mi ff-Thcre has boon a terrible and appar ently undecisive) bSttlo boforo IJichniond, tomo of tho details of which may be found in this number of our paper. Whether It was a ticlory or deleal, wo cannot toll. It is 'aid, however, that Gon. McClullan has mado a ery important stratcgio movement, an J j claim) to have gsinod all lio sought thorcby, with small loin compared with tho punish-j wont iiiflictfd upon the enemy. Wo await further devolopincnu with great auiioty. to Gen. Fremont. - A recent order of tho War Depsrlmont having assigned Oon. lpo to tho cnminand of tho Army of Virginia, comprising tho forces of Fromont, Buikl and McDowell, Gen. Fremont has, at.liis own rniuest, been roliovod of his command. Gen. I'upo is Inlorior lo Con, Fromont in rank, sorted undor him in Missouri, and is understood to bo bis enomy. It is not surprising, thero- fore, that his sclf-rospccl should prompt ! sim to resign his ...

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. — 4 July 1862

HOME DEPARTMENT. GEAUGA RIFLES! ATTENTION! Tlie members o( tlie Geauga. Iiiilesiire requested to meet al Chardon, hrtUay, July 1 1 th, to celebrate the anniversary of the (Utile of Kinh Mountnin. Each man will wear whnl lie has loft of li is old uni form nnd bring for exhibition nil Iro jdiies nnd relics of a llirco raontlii cam paign In Weafcrn Virginia. A run wi!l be provided for n Company Drill, and, if tents can be procured a Camp, Trill bo established. All Volunteers and members of Mili tary Companies in Ueauga and vicinity, are invited to be present, GEO. E. PAINE. Chardon, July 1st, 1862. We liopi) to see a good turnout on tlie above occasion. -tT-Our paper this week boars dalo on tlio Fourth tbo glorious Fourth, Wo do not learn that tlio day is to bo celebrated at any plnco in this County, but we trust it will bo duly rcvoroncod and observed by nil, on account of its bright hopos nnd hallowed associations. When it again returns, may it bo celebrated by a united and happy poo...

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

Spirited Debate in the Senate. Mr. Wade, (Rep., of Ohio.) said ho wouM hot tit ttill and have tho country mppo.o that he agreed in an war to the miserable and slavhjh doctrine lie had hoard hera to-1 day. that the president In lima of war wst vetted with supreme powort, and nobody ktt any eontrol oer him at all. lie wi Hot going to submit to any such hirier.ua at that. Traitort might mnke war to overthrow the Government, and Congrest no power at all. Mr. Drowning raid ha ttated that the war under all the rcttrointt the Constitution, and Congress has no more power to control the President !n tho (lis- charge of tho dutiet devolved upon him by the Constitution, than tho President has to t tempt to control Congress, bach it su preme In Its sphere Mr. Wade said that proposition no one would deny J but whore do you find the (lec trina that 'the President has powers under no control? Tho Senator oontondi'd by the hour that the President has no limit to power, and to bat the Sonator from C...

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. — 11 July 1862

ufummmtt mtmocvcA J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 2lLUttklE Xtiuflpapcr, Dcootcb to tljt Piaanninotion of tttjjnbl'uoii principles, education, Ctmpcrancf, Cittratttrt, Igrtcuttare, ant tljt Ntvos of tlje Payi. TCRMS-$1,50per Anaum. VOL. XIII, NO. 28. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1802. WHOLE NO., C52. ft fclje JeffcrBonian Democrat t PUBLISHED SVKRT FRIDAY MORNIN0, AT CHAEDOK, Geauga County, Ohio. 9Jtf directly over th. tuw Star, of Wilhini A Unity, m,tt ,id, 0J llit FubHtXquurl. T E It M S i 1 f paid In advance, ft SO If not p:iiJ wlilun tho year, 2 CO bT X kiildsof merchantable produce taken in Ityment, at the market price. Na paper discontinued until all arrearage! re paid, except at the option of the I'ublisher. RATES OK ADVERTISING. LtaAL ADtrtarisKMKNTs will I inserted a,fol lawsi lOcts.a eqnaro, first insertion; each sub eeqiiem Insertion, 25 eta. a square, -t BVS1V"!3' AnvusxiiKjiiiMTt will be inserted at the tollnwiniT ratnai One Squarethrce insertions, " two ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 11 July 1862

The Jeffersonian Democrat JULIUS 0. COKVERSE, Editor. CIMHDUS. OHIO, FRIDAY, JtLY 11, l PROCLAMATION. EXECUTIVE OFFICE. COLUMBUS, OHIO, July 3, 1862. Fellow Citizkws : Another appeal to your patriotism 1ms become necessary. The enemies ki om Ooveromcnt, now assembled al Kiclmiond , in hostile array, laryt ly outniimhcr any disposable force al the President' com- Tbe army under General McClellan lias been driven back, merely by llie force of overwhelming numbers rapidly con centrated ihere. Additional tioops nro nlono necessary to hold the important posiuons already gained, and speedily crush the rebellion l all points Liberally and gallant!? as Ohio lina ; lieretofore responded (o the calls of tl.e j President, he has ever been assured, Una was we iiaa out to know iiku lurmer ntu needed from us. to insure a prompt an- ewer to Bny further calls he niiyht make upon us. This knowledge we now have, nnd toe call has aUo been made. And now, citizens of Ol.io, one nnd all, ehnll the call b...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 11 July 1862

liictkinridgu'l division Iml gono to Vif ks- burg;. jwan numbers or nnnuipiM troops navo genu ti, Itiohinoiid. Nearly nil Iho government Stores hnvo umin rninnviMi irnm ifrnnmiii, nnn ino piuco 1 occupied by 20U0 or 3Ut)0 robots. They lmo bin nod all tho In-stlo works of bridgtis between Memphis and Culdwator. Uttn. Hindtnaii lias isaund an appitul to tho people of Ai kalian, and says lio intends tn nnnny tlie nnoiny in nvory possiblo way, ami iiiik mo pniipin to (in uiuir part. Tlio Littlo Uock Uiixutto of (lio 2Hih says tho Federals Inn I evacuated Imliiin Bay, St. Chailes and tlio lower Wliilo River and gonn in tlio direction of Memphis. Gnu. Curtis I uft n.itosrillo nnd crossed Black Hivor. It is suppnsnd ho it march ing towards Caicho bridge with tho Tiow of reaching tho Mississippi river via Crowluy's Kidn. HOME DEPARTMENT. irAs will Lo soon by tlio reports In this issno of our nnnrr. llin Knurl h im rnlnbr. .,l ... r-i...:.i ' . j v.. .. . . .. .. , ., ,, , uncriown.n inogno....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 11 July 1862

Machinery of the New Tax Bill. la order to carry into effect the pro vision of the new tax bill, small army Cf officer! wilt hare to be appointed, Ihe irhole of whom will be controlled by a Comrnieaioner of Internal Revenue, wiili it salary of 84,000 a year. The officer Boder bit direolioo will be as follows : A collector for each collection district, to be appointed by the President, wiili the consent of the Senate, whose duties will be to collect fur the government lie taxes to be did in laid district. The compensation for his services is in 'he form of commissions on the amount col lected. An assessor for each assessment distiict, to be appointed by the President, Whoae du'.y it v-ill be to furnish the col lector with a list of '.he persons to be Is led and the articles on which tho taxes re levied. His snlar? is to be three dol lars per diem when engaged in prepar ation, and five dollnrs when in the nc'.ual rcrlormance of his duties as assessor. lie io also to receive a commissi...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 18 July 1862

1 xtffw WtmmL mtmn .1 it t A J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 51 UUtklg Nrtucpapcr. DttJottb to tljt Dias.niitiation of Wcpublitoti Principle, Cfirucatio, 5tmp trantf, Ctttratnrt, IgrtenUare, ano tljt Ntao of tlje Dag. TERMS--$,,50 per Annum. VOL. XIII, NO. CIIARDON. GEAUGA COUNTY.OHIO. FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1802. WHOLE NO., 053. , Mi t EI)t JtffcrBOiuan Dtmotrot l published eveiit rnmAT kohmno, at CIIARDON, Qeanga County, Ohio. Oilier Jirtrtly ntrr 1h' t'ru Slnr, t,f tViHh, 4 Ktllty.uitit tide oj the rubluStvrl. TERMS: 1 T pit in advance; tl 50 1 1" not pai l within the yoar, 2 CO tf7All kinds of merchantable1 produce taken (nymoul, at tho market price. '.'So paper discontinued until nil arrearages r paid, except at tho option of llio Publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. I.F.SAL ADVl RTISFMFNT" will lC Inserted SSIol- lows 10 cts. a square, first insei lion; each sub "('tent insertion, 5 cm. n sipinrn. Besixrs- Aovertisements will be Inserted al the lollowin" ratei: One Sqiiarcthree insertions, ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 18 July 1862

The Jeffersonian Democrat villus 0. CONVERSE, Editor 'cniRDO.i, OHIO, FIUDAV. JI LY H, ISfii. To the People fo Geauga County. You arc culled upon lo furnisb and put into tlio field Hbout two hundred and forty tr.cn. These men are wanted to oc cudt and hold places already aconite J. They are wanted to assist and relieve our friends, brothers, tons and fathers now in Uie field, who have, for die last year, borne llie burdens of war, the hardships And fatigue of a campaign. Tliey are wanted lo avenge the deaths of our soldiers who have fallen at the hands of ilaveholding kebcla. Now is (tie most critioal lime of the war. The South, driven mad by scvero and frequent defeats, are making their last death slrugirle. ny conscription Kirnn.r'bt pverv man from eii.'hteen to fiftv-five into the Rebel army. If the en- emios of our country, the destroyers ol cur peace and happiness, are now mel with equal numbers, repulsed and driven WU. the war is over, the baf.le is woo. die eauo of free and e...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 18 July 1862

HOME DEPARTMENT. Turn Out! Hon.B. F. IlOl'FMAN.l'rivste Bocrntary of Uov. Tod, will spunk at tlio Cuurt-Uuum In thli village to day, (Friday,) af3 o'clock I. M , on (he necessities of tbo country. All aro invitod to attond. f-fA. special term of tho Court of Com mon I'loas, appoiutod for tlio trial of num. lor of actions brought hy tbo Putnosvillo end Hudson Ruilroed Company to euforoe Iho paymont of Block, omnmonood In thli Tillage on Monday last, Judgo Chnfloo pre siding. Tho c.iio of tbo Company ti. Har mon Charnborlin was submittal to 'tho jury on Wodnosdny evening, and a rordict re turned in faor of tho Plaintiff. Ilitchoock. Thrashor, Durfuo & Hathaway, and Tinkor, ore counsel for tb9 riaintifT, and .Bannoy, Andrews and Blakosloo, for tho pofondanta. jrv-C). A. S. Hall ia assigned to tbo command of tbo 1051b Rooimont. to be ruiaod In Ooauga, Lnko, Ashtabula, Trutn bull and Mahoning Counties. Geauga Rifles. Friday lust tho anniversary of tbo Battle of Rich Mountain was live...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 18 July 1862

Johnson's New Illustrated Steel Plate Family Atlas. At all times, od especially at thi time, when evrj day's history brings with it a necessity for a reference to a reliable map tf the country, nn atlas which is at once minute anil correct is Indispensable to rery reading family. This war the greatest teachrr of domestic geography this country l:n ever seen has awakened an interest in the minds of all, children as well aa adultf, to understand thoroughly the localiiiis which are daily reported the scenes of ineidents and accidents of the war. "'ho hitherto dry subject of Geography has become one of the most exciting topics, and not to know our own country will lierrnf'or he evidence of siu ni.l.iir r ui'lnil iuiioriitice. Such I'omrf the case, the advent of a new Family Atlas, coming, ns dues the one under notico, with Ml the latest improvements, and with all the war points distinctly and correctly marked, (engages the attention of hundreds wheife before scarcely ono would havo noti...

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