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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 25 July 1862

13 Mfummnmt J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. a lDctkla NcvMpcptr, Dcoottb to tl) DUBemlnotUn of RepobUcan Prinriplce, ebucation, Gcmperance, CHeratnrt, 2ljr!ettlttt, ttno tlje tfew0 of tlje Dag. TF.UMS-$ 1,50 per Annua. VOL. XllI, NO. 30. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1802. WHOLE NO., 051, filljf Jcffcroonioii Democrat is runi.isiiEi) hveiit fiiidat moiinino, a CHARDON, Geauga Connty, Ohio. OJie dSrtrtly orrr (Ac rc ;rt Storiof Wilkin, oj Hit l'ublit Hattiiri, 'f T E R M S. I f pnld in advanco, ft) 50 If nut paid within the year, lino 93 A II kinds nf innrcliantahle produce taken payment, at the market price. ,io pnimr discnniinucd until nil arrearages repaid, cxci't at tlio option of the Publisher. KATES OrToVEItTlSINU. I.r.iAt. AnvtnTisEME.rrs will hu inserted as fol lows: SO eta. a siiare, first imrrtion; each sub sequent inn-ninn, 2j cts. n squnre. -u.1-.-, .AIIVKaUSK.UCNTS Will DS InSCrtPdBt ma icmowiiin rates: One Square three insertions, 1 OO " " two months, 2 SS ...

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. — 25 July 1862

CLASS XIV.—MATCHED AND SINGLE HORSES IN THE COUNTY. Best matched geldings over 4 cars old Dip b.i wi " I?est mulched gelJings 4 years old 2d best Uest gelding 9ti best it i Committee C A Vaughn, Chardon; Elisha Ames, MiddlcGeld J Wm McKee, CLASS XV.—MATCHED AND SINGLE MARES IN COUNTY. Premiums same as matched and single liursos. Committee Eli Dayton, Troy; Job CLASS XVI.—MATCHED 2 AND 3 YEAR OLD COLTS IN THE COUNTY, IN OR OUT OF HARNESS. Best pair matched geldings 3 years old Dip 2d best " Best pair 3 year old mares " 22 best " Boat pair 2 year old geldings " SJ best " Best pair 2 year old mares " 2d best . " Committee T D Ladd.Claridon; Ches ter Lamb, Troy; Guy Smith. Kirlland, Lake Co. CLASS XVII.—FARM HORSES OR MARES. Best pair farm horses or mares Dip 2d best " Committee Nathaniel Maslick, Clari don; Dewitt Millard, Ilunlsburg; Joel T JMernman, liurton. CLASS XVIII.—BROOD MARES AND COLTS. Best brood mare with colt by her side Dip 2d best ' Best horse colt " 2d best " Best mare c...

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. — 25 July 1862

HOME DEPARTMENT. Judge Hoffman's Speech. Ju1ro Hutt'man, Hot. Tod's Private Boo rotary, (poke al the Cnurl Houio In tl.ia villngo, Iqsl Friday uftornoon, on (ho no cossilln of the Govorrimont, A. J. Wil liam, l'.'q., was appoiiited.Clialrroan, end I,1 N. lluthaway, Ksq., fiocrotarj, of the moot ing. Juitgo IlofTinan urgod with carnostnoaa tho nooessity of raidng immediately all the Dion asked for ly tho President, in ordor to put tho Robots aalD on the tlufnnaivo, and protont the possibility of foreign Intervention. Ilia ipoooh waa liatonod to with mnrkod at tention, and loomod to haro a good effect. ttrTho Court of Common Ploas ad journod on Friday laat, until next wook. Tho jury In tho caao of the Painesvillo and Hudson Railroad Company a. Harmon Chamborlln having roturnod a vordiot for tho riaintifT, (ho Defendant's counaol co ri sen tod thnt tho snmo bo ontured In all the caaes, wbioli woro aliko la principlo, but ei enptod to tho ruling In tho charge of tho Cnurt. Adjourned, to...

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

Daniel O'Connell. ..1 . j Vl. rt n 11 t n..!.i ; ft iniiiivi Kilt v viniiiUM inaii viii'nn in tita Memoirs) exactly tho sort of man t had (ttred to mvsutf. Thorn was toimithing, porbaps. In tuts, but It it always much to! cipeotatinn. Ho was tall, bulky, robust, animated, bit htmd a littlo sunk bo-1 twooo tho Btinuldurt, with an air of ttrongtti and shrewdnoss.strongtb. ovory whuro, tirewcnost in in quick) gianco, t igntiy in- direct, ahhounh not indicating dunlioitv he mat noiihor elugant nor u!gr, bis man nor a liulo etnbarrastod jot firm, with oven a tincturo of tupprossed arroganco. His po. Jitoooss towards the Eoglishmor of eondi tion ho tnut thoro was tninglud slightly with humility and prldo I It was apparent that thoy had pneb boon hit masters, and that now he oxurcisod powor o?ur them ; bo had obmittod to thoir rulo, ond ho acooptod their attotitions. Ho was evidently flat torod at hav ins; boon inritod to moot mo. On our introduction, I said to him, ''Yon And I, sir, aro b...

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

mht Mtfftm J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor., SHUttkig NtmBpoptr, Deootcli to tl)t DieecniiriaUcr.cf Republican principle, (Jbucation, imprranct, Ctttrttttirrflrifnltnrt, an tlje Ntt0 of tl)t Dan. TERMS$I,50pef in nam. VOL. XIII. NO. 31. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OIIIQ. FRIDAY AUGUST 1, 18G2. Qljt JeffcrBOiiian Democrat n PPBI.IRtlEl) BVBRV FRIDAY M0RN1K0, AT CHABDON, Geauga County, Ohio. OJfiei itirrrlly ntrr Mr ttrv fifor, of Wilkins A Xtittf,mrtt tide vj Ike PubliiHmnrt. TE It MS. If paid in advance, (1 90 If not paid within the roar,.. 200 fry A II kin Is of merchantable produce takeu 'a payment, at the market price. paper diseon.inued until all arrearages repaid, excrpt at I he option of the I'ublislier. RATKS OK AnVK.KTlSINCJ. Lsoal Anvi.n tiskmfnt-. will he nmerted asfol-lswsi--M) uts. a aqitara, first Insertion; each sub sequent iinenlon, a5 eta. a snunre. Bi'si::i AinrncisiME.NTj will be Inserted at the fnllowimc rales: One Square three insertions, ' " two months,'-- 14 " three mon...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 1 August 1862

JULIU8J0. COHVERSE, Editor. "CLIRDOI, OMO.FRl DA Y, T I gTiTi SJjtV From Army of the Potomac. V?e ere indobtod 10 Noah Poroeroy. Ktq , of Claridnn, fof Iho following Interesting letter from hit ion, Lieut. W. B. Pumoroy, of the 6th Mich. Iofantry, Army of tho Po tomao i CAMP NEAR HARRISON'S LANDING, Va., July 18th, 1862. Mr Diss Father i I have no duulit that vou are complaining seriously, hraause I don't write. jviyonty npoiogy 11 necessity, lor there wmii order issuer! that there should be no comniunica lion with ur friends at home until the ollk-inl Import e.me out, in regard to the grand tkrduldle which the Army of the Potomao hns just pnsed through. I suppose you have heard slf the partic ular! in regnrd tu it i therelore, 1 will not worry your patience in relating- ihum to you, svo of the part our Kegiment and my Company took in I " Saturday nicht the order came to fill our haver- ackswith five days' rations, and lie ready to march at a moment's notice, to-nobody know Sunday m...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 1 August 1862

HOME DEPARTMENT. War Meeting. A War Mooting li to bftliolJ In Ihti til It; to-dny, (r'rldav.) cetrirrtrrticlng at S o'clock, P. M. Hon. A. (J. tll.ldl. and Other distinguished ipnakerl will be presoel. Turn out I Turn out I J Officers of the 105th Regiment. Tlia following aro thooflioora of ttio lOStb Regiment, eleoted by Iho Regimental Com mlttoe, at their mooting In Clot oland, on Tuesday Colonol A. 8. Halt, Trumbull Co. Lluut. Colocol Wm. R. Tolloi, Qoauoe Co. Mnjor Ooo. Porklnt, Mahoning Co. Quarter-Master M. W. Wright, Aibta bula Co. Adjutant A M. nobbing. Trumbull Co. Chaplain A. M. Brown, Lake Co. Burgeon Dr. II. nrinkerhoff, Lake Co. Assistant Burgeon Dr. II. Q. raft, Ah (alula Co. stir The Congressional Comraltteet of tbe 1 9ih District, who met at Warren last Friday, decided to issue a call for a Union Conveniion, to meet at Garretteville, Por tage Co., on Tuesday, Sept. 2d, to nomi nate a candidate for Representative. We have not seen the call, but shall probably receive ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 1 August 1862

Correspondence of the Buffalo Express. tr. Hunt, tbe verr discriminating cor respondent of tbe Buffalo Exprtti, has aid a visit to (ha army at Harrison's iodin, and tay. of it Throwing away all disguise, it is a brave bat beaten army, which, at a vast sacrifice of lifa and property, by hard marches and heroic resistance, managed to make an orderly retreat to a defensible point, where it is throwing up fortifica tions, and has saI down cross and sore leaded, and with a terrible feeling of dis appointment as to tbe grand results of Strategy, it sun leeis insecure aa iu cotnmnuicalions. Don't brag about this skedaddle. It won't bear investigation. I may be detained here several days, and perhaps may be nipped or "gobbled." Hope not, but nobody feels secure here. 1 wish 1 could write more cheerfully, and perhaps, ere you receive this, good news nay prove all my prognostications un founded. But I "don't see it. In the meantime, however, I have somehow gaiued the opinion that the timely v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 8 August 1862

oman ilettwctitt J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. ' 51 Uhrkljj Ntwepaptr, PcootcMo ft Ij c Dieacmtnation of IWpoblWoi prlnnplca, Cftncatiort, (Semprrancc, Citerolore, ajrienUttre, ants ftfje Ktvti of tlje Bar). TERMS-$l,50per Jncnra. VOL. XIII NO. 32. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. AUGUST 8, 1802. WHOLE NO., 050. &l)t it ft room an Democrat wruBi.i8iiRD vKny fbidat mokniko, at CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. OJic, djrtctlyover thr fine Hint, of ilkini A AelUy,wett tide vj the I'uliln Stuart. T KRMSi irpntj in ftJvnnce, ) r0 I f not paid within the year, 2 00 WAN kinds of merchantable produce taken '" payment, at the market price. No paper discontinued until all arrearage. are paid, except at the option ol the Publisher. KATE8 OF ADVERTISING. I.ian. Advertiskments will be inserted aaful lwa: 50 els. a square, first insertion; each sub Mquent insertion, 25 eta. a aqunre. dijiiiis3 aovrrtisejiunts will tie Inserted at me loiiuwing rntos: One Square three insertion., " " two months,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 8 August 1862

The Jeffersonian Democrat. JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. j n a r d o .1 , o 1 1 1 () , f n J n a v . h i n . m s c j. Union State Convention. Thn iinilnraiiinitd ronrenontino TlIK Fmo I'onvestion which assembled in this city; on iho Cih "Vt-Soptcmber lust, call upon "ull loyal citizens who nro in favor of the main- tunanco of t l)o Government, nml (if tlic vigorous and ciniinu9l prosecution of the war now carried on for the suppression of tho rebellion against iho Government,"! again to meet and appoint delegates to o' L'uiou Convention, to do he'd in thin city,; dii Thuisdav. thn 21st ilrv of August next. ior iho nomination of candidate lor tho fol lowing ofl'icers : Judgo ot tlio Supremo Court, Heorotary of Slnto, Attorney General, hcriool Commissioner, Ono Member of Iho Hoard of Public Works. Tho Convention will ho composed nf tlio atno number f lAlogitos ns constituted tho Convention of last venr, and nponrtinnnd In liko manner among tlio several Counties. (Geauga County will ho e...

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. — 8 August 1862

HOME DEPARTMENT. War Meeting. A itttgn and enthusiastic war meeting wns held otthfi Court House in tliis vil lage, Inst Friilny nflerr.oon, which wns ad )r(8ficd by lion. A. CJ. ltidJle, Kcv. 0. A. Lyman, lalo Chaplain of the 4 1 at Kcgi hient.rtnd A. J. WillinmR.Ksti. C. 8. l-'iuld Was culled to llieClinir, and II. N. Spen cer Appointed Secretary. Mr. Uiddle.who was the principal sr eaker.dcprucnlcd fault-1 finding, eulogized llio I'residcnt and Cab inet, paid nn cliKjucnt tribute to the brave soldiers of Ohio now in the field, and urged tho importance of immediately sup plying all the volunteers asked for by the Government. His speech was well-limed nnd effective, and that it was duly appre ciated wns evidenced bv the marked atten tion of the audience during its delivery, nnd a vote of thanks at its conclusion. Mr. Williams admonished all, and es pecially his Democratic friends, of their duty in the present crisfa. Mr. Lyman epoko enrnestly and forcibly of the country's claim o th...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 8 August 1862

Extracts from the Last Speech of Stephen A. Douglas, Delivered in National Hall, Chicago, May 1st, 1861. 1 will not conceal my gratification nt tin." . Incontrovertible testimony which this vast Mtemblsge presents, thai, however dilfur euces of opinion on political topics nnd partisan question mar have divided us, ' yet you all have a conviction that, when the country would be in dnngor, my loy ' filly may be relied upon. 1 have not only tendered to these dis contented Stales full and ample justice, but I have gone further, to the utmost ex tremity of magnanimity and generosity. The return that we have received is war upon the Government, the matching of hostile armies to reduce our national rap '. I I j . , .. . : .. ll. um uciionui. buii, . . xne great lamer ui wH.er, - - letters of mariuo to pirates to commit dep-, reflations on our commerce on me mrii teas, nnd a concerted movement to blot out the United States of America from the map of the world. The sitnplu ques tion is wheth...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 August 1862

effetsotitan fligmacttti J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. tUaklg Nttuapaptr, Dtuotti) to tlje Diesemination of tUpnblitar Punctata, Education, tmptranct, Ctttratnre, jruoltttrf, ana t rje ICtm of trjt Dag. TERMS--$l,50pcr Annnro. VOL. XIII, NO. 33. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. AUGUST 15, 18C2. WHOLE NO., 657. flfjt Jtffcraoirion Democrat I PUBLISHED K V B R T miDAY MPBKINCf, AT CHARDON, Oeaoga County, Ohio. OJHe dirmtlly over the new .Vleri of Wilhint 4. Ktllt),witt i idi ej tlit Publlt Syuort. T E 11 M Si If pnlilin advance, 1 50 I T mil unid within thn vnnr !2 00 fTWII kinds of niprcliantable produce token 'n payment, at the market price. No paper discontinued until ell arrearages re paid, except m i,0 option of tho Publisher. HATES OK ADVERTISING. LsoAt, Advertisements will be 1 nwjf led as fol lows! 50 els. a atpiaro, first insertion; each sub -aoqusiu insertion, ib eta. a smiare. liesiiuss AovcarisEMENrs will be inserted at the following rate.! Ono Square three Insertions, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 August 1862

""XOtlUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor CII All DON, 0 II 10. FRIDAY, ill II. U, l Union State Convention. Tho undersigned, representing Tnr. I'mon Convention which assembled in thin city on tho fiih of September last, call Mpon "afl loyal ci'.Itotis who are in favor of trio main tonanco of tho Government, and nf tho vigorous and cnntinood prosecution of ilio war now carried on tor tho suppression ot v iouu i against ioo vfiiverniiioni, "Cain to nieoi ami appoint rlolegnti-s in a Union Convention, to lio hold in this rention to ho bold ... this ;'(,.! , tho 21st day of Aufiust MX nation of candidates Inr the fol- rst on Thursday for tho nomination lowing nflienrs Judgo of tlio Supremo Court, Secretary of State, AiiornoT wiTiiura,, . I Sno Member of tho Board of Pu'jlic' ... .i ic.iniiftif Wo.ks. Tho Cnnvonlion will bo cnmpoBed of tho . I.inir number ot delegates ns const. tiiio.l tho UonTention of last veiie, and npnni iiniied In libn mnnnnr ntnnniT inn invntti I minliM - Omiw County will he e...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 August 1862

HOME DEPARTMENT. Capt. Canfield's Company. ihe company raised in una i. oumj fj l:int. II. w . Cnntickl. now In I. n I " ' composed ol swiwari, intelligent, ornve men and Iioya, who will do honor to lie auga in any fluid to which their country mny cull lli em. The following are their names : BYRON W. CANFIELD, Captain. l'msurvml 11. liram, Oliitrilnn John ITar oy Kinp, Russell ( II Diokermiiti , Cheater i'ht Rlukotlun. Munson i Oscar 1'. IJu'iiirlii, W. A. U igg, 1 1 tin bitcii Timothy Ctmluv, Nowhuryt IMbeit D. Ilithawny, Clnriilon") Alntiz.i 1 1. 1 )ick tnnoii, Milo .1. Whitimv, alontvilln; H. A King, Win. II. Il-ilr, lvl round llurr. llntnbdut) t Jonas Allslinutii, Newbury; Win. Siillwull, Auburn ; Klwuid l'nttor, KiibsoII Justin Button, Nowbury: Justin, k'owlor, lUinbridgo ( l'liifiienufi Mtithiitra. Iiusnull , John (inotlo. Nowlimy ; Calvin I'Vinor, Russell t Melvmidrio Mil'-ur-Innil, Kvnn It chants, Iloiuy Logan, Haiti hr'ulgn t Jiilm l'ugsloy. .Iimcjih Ayro, Sylves- tnr Lmlnw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 15 August 1862

What is Doing in Iron-Clad Vessels. t)ur Government is wisely lengthen ing tbe navy in the olass of vessels which liave recently proven, to be the most efficient for war purposes. All our avail able Iron establishments are employed in building iron steamers of various kinds, some after the fashion of the Monitor, nil o! which will be completed by Autumn, iMvinii ui the moil powerful iron clnd navy ret constructed. Captain Ericsson lias a contract for six Urge Monitors, all on lbs general plan of the first Monitor, but tach with peculiarities of ils own. Some of these will be three hundred feet ota. or nearlf twice the length of the first Monitor. The turrets will he three inches thicker thaa the first ship upon this pattern. The whole six vessels are intended for sea service, as well as harbor defence. Three gunboats are being built at Greenwich, by Mr. Rowland. They are 312 fet long, with armor six inches thick. The Whitney gunboat, btino; built at the Dry Dock Iron Works is differ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 22 August 1862

effergoman SPemotra J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. a tUttkls NtwBpaptr, Dtrjottb to tlje Dissemination of tit pnblitai Prineiptca, dbucation, cmptrance, ittratn, 3lflritnltort, ano tlje Njkb of trjt Dap.. TERMS--$l,50per innnm. VOL. XIII, NO. 34. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1802. WHOLE NO., 658. i&lje Jefftreonian Dttnotrat HroBLisnsn evert miday morning, t CHABDON, Geauga County, Ohio, iirtttly otrr Ihr tirw Stnrtof W ilhim 4. A.ty,-l ,,dt oj tin PubliiSiiuiiTI. T E It M S: If paid in advance, 81 50 I r not paid within the yoar, 2 00 T.V1I kinds of merchantable produce taken in Bnymrnt, at the market nrice. .No papur diseontuiiicd until all arrearage. re paid, except at the option of the rubllslier. RATES OK ADVEUT1SINO. Lisal Advkrtiskmknt will be inserted n f o 1 1,wb: SO eta. a aquare, first insertion; each ,ub flqiieni iitnnrtion, 25 cts. a aqmire. Bi'sin--, Advertisement, will le Inserted at the following rates! One Square three insertion,," fl 00 " " two...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 22 August 1862

The Jeffersonian Democrat JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. "rimiDo.K.oiiio. niiiuv, jrti.u. mi Union Convention, 19th District. Tho andorsigned. bolinvlno, that the first and highest duly of nil loyul cituons, ir- respociivo of party, jjuoarnust support ot tho Government in its every illi.rt t0 maintain tho supremacy of tho Constitution ndtosoeuru tho suppression of tlio un. lioly rebellion, cordially invito nil Invsl citj. eons in tho HUli Congressional District, who aro In favor of tho vigorous prosecution of tho wnr with nil tho aids tho (level nmont can control, nml tho confiscation of tho of tho rebels, nnd tho liboi alien of tboir slaves, as defined by tho net of Con-1 and approved by tho President all approve of tho emancipation policy juoposod by tbo President and sanctioned by Congress and all who regard Iho pros- erratum of tho Government of moro im- portanco than tho preservation of Slavery nro rcquosteu to meet ni tboir usual places of holding elections in their several town-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 22 August 1862

HOME DEPARTMENT. Our Geauga Volunteers Arrived tsfi-ly ia Camp Cleveland on Thundny of laal week, wero assigned to (lie I0fth Keg., find yesterday, (Thurs day,) moved for Kentucky, ll ii thought that the Regiment may soon b colled into active service. On arriving in camp.thoy found Ihemsulvca without blankets, and tho Government unable at-present to sup ply them. An nppeal was made to their friends at home,-to send them blankets, which we trust has been promptly an swered. We would remind those who may have them to spare, that, if any are still needed, they will be as acceptable in Kentucky as in Cluvclnnd. ' Don't forget the soldiers, or neglect to supply their wants to the utmost of your ability. No more names have been furnished us since our lust issue. ?SK Convention was held at the Court llaMisc In tliia villngn, last Saturday aftor noon, for tho purpose of olocting four dido gatoa to represuiit Gotiuga County in thn Union Slato Convention. Jtulgo Canfluld was Chairman, and II ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 22 August 1862

Our Military Correspondence. FROM THE FORTY-SECOND REGIMENT. CUMBERLAND GAP, Aug. 8th, 1862. Editor Democrat : One week nao. detachments from (he Regiments in (lie SCih Brigade.togeilir-r with the 14th Ky., and Capt. Foster' Wis. Battery, made a grand advance into the Confederacy, as iar as Taiewelt, Ent Tenu. It was said that oar Jolin Bui! ( Col. DeCourcey ) was 1 to ransack the oountry far and wide, and, according to the recent ConGscation Art, appropriate all Rebel properly for the ben efit of Uuclc Samuel. Ve were to pen etrate as far aa Clinch Kiver, unless we should meet with resistance. I'. wis un derstood that our ohject was to lorn'e, and that an engagement was uot to be brought on. We reached Tn.';well Sut Urdu, Aug. SJ, at six o'clock. No en emy was to be seen, and, getting into po- aition for battle, so as to be read v in case of a night attack, all bivouacked for t,Vi Q .!.,.. ' j .,.,, i. -ii ,' night, bnnday and Monday, all were auiet and inactive, exoont the ouftrte...

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