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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 29 August 1862

lc jfef fergimtatt ettwcrat. J. O. CONVERSE, Proprietor, ft Hhtklrj NttDflpoptr, DcrJOttb to tlje Dissemination of ttepnblirftti PrinnpltB.Coacatton, emperance, Citeratnre, agriculture, ana trje JXtvos of trje Dan. TERMS--$l,50per insam. VOL. XIII, NO. 35. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. AUGUST 29, 1802. WHOLE NO., C59. QL)t Jeffcrooiiian Demotrat trUBLgnRD EVERT FRIDAY MOI1NINO, AT CHARDON, Qeanga County, Ohio. Ofttt iirtttly over tkr ttew Ctortof W ilkint Ay,w q (,' rblic tfe uqr. T CRMS: I f paid in advance, 1 !iO If not paid within the year, 8 00 frTAII kinds of merchantable produce token in payment, at the market orire. '.'No paper discontinued until nil arrearages re paiu,oxcct at the option ot the 1'uulisher. Rates ok advertising. Ltotr. Advertisements will be inserted as fol lows: SO cts. a aqnnre, first insertion; each sub tquent insertion, 25 ct. a square. Besivtss Advertisements will be Inserted at the following rates: One Square three insertions, " " two 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. — 29 August 1862

The Jeffersonian Democrat JULIUS 0. COHVER8E, Editor7 CHARDON, OHIO. HUDAY, AIC.!, I Mi!. Union Congressional Convention, 19th District. The undersigned, believing that tlie first And highest duty of nil loynl citizens, ir respective o( finny, is nn earnost suppntt ot mo uovertirnotil in its every clini c to maintain the iupremney of tho Cm.at iiiition and to secure, tho sunnresslnn of tho nn-' " r I holy rebellion, cordially invito nil lovnt riii-' ions in tho 19. h Congressional District, who re In favor of tho rigorous prnpocuiion of the war with all tho aids tho Government ean control, and tho confiscation of the! property of tho rebels, nnd tho liheration f their slaves, ns defined by Ih.i act of Con-! gross and approved by tho rrnsi.lc.it all ho approve of tho emancipation policy as proposed by the President and sanctioned by congress anu all who regunl Iho pres ervation of tho Government of mro im portance than tho preservation of Slavery ro requested to meet at their usual p...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 29 August 1862

HOME DEPARTMENT. Wfho Union Congressional Convention for tho 19th District will mont at Oarroinlllo ln Tuesday neit. Tho meetings In tho sov oral townships fot tbo appointment of dele gates, will bo bold od Saturday eroding of this week. M-Jal. K Stophenton, Esq., of Chester, has boon appointed Drafting Commissioner for this County, vice Hon. Peter Hitchcock roignecl. Dr. J. 8. Clovolnnd, of Burton, lias boon appointed Surgeon. The 105th Regiment. Tbo 105:1) Iteglmunt was inustorod Into the sorvicttinn Wednesday of last wi.uk, and, on the following forenoon, moved for Camp Dick llobiotoii, Kentucky. Tho ifllcors arc os follows t A. S Hall. Colonel Wm. II. Tolles, Lieut. Col. t (eo. Ftukitis, Major ; A. M. Uofiin ton, Adjutant M. V. Wright, Quarter Mut ter. Company A. Mahoning County. Chas. O. Edwards. Captain t J. Sue, let Liout. D. O. Stumhaugh, 9d do. Co. B. Trumbull Co. F.phriam Koe, Copt ; A.D. Bradon, lit Lieut. ; H. D. Niios, 2d do. Co. C Trumbull Co. Henry P. Oilbni t. Copt. ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 29 August 1862

Cotton in Tennessee. A correspondent of the 8t. Louis Rrpnbli- . riUng from Corimb, Miss., July 20, A "During en eicnrslon over the Mobile and blo Railroad to Jsokion, and thence down to Grand Junction, oror tho Mississippi Central, yesterday and tho day before, 1 hud a loe opportunity to observe the progress anede In West Tennesson In tho solution of1 the cotton question. Having the assurances or the rebel leaders of the turious and mil- .nrTOa & vldence of rigid noointorcourio on u.J part of tbe latter with everybody bearing the stigma or Northern sympathies. What grievous delusion I found myself laboring siuaort Wittier the rebel chieftains and navinanau r.a : . . . the rebel chieftains and 00 nd love of profit has prorailed over political rejudioos and predictions. King Cotton's'' boasted almightinoss is gone at least in bis la'.itude. The proud autocrat is to the irresistible power of gold. Witness the piles of tho staple at ovory sta-: ("irjr? th 10 JckBo. ni Jackson o Ora...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 5 September 1862

otitan ltt0Cf J. O. CONVERSE, Proprietor, lUtckljj NcttWtr, Dcrottb to t!)t Di30t..unation of Rcpnbluor prinnptca.Cbacation, tmptrantr, Ctterature, gritulturr, ana tlje Xtm of ilje Da2. TER!HS-.$.,50per innum. Ul vol. xiii, no. so. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1802. Slljt ieffcreonion Dtittotvat mrt'iiLimiBD vekt phidat mohmno, at CHAELON, Geauga County, Ohio. Office directly ere, ihf rw Sinter Wilkin, A. Aifjr,w sids aj tfn VubtitXiuur. T E II M 8. f paid in advance, (1 SO If not piiid wirliin the year, 8 1)0 tT All kind of merchantable produce token in aayment, t tlio mnrkot price. ,No paper discontinued until all arrearages erapaid, except at tho option of the Publisher. Rates ok apvf.ktisinu. LF.oiL Advkrtisemp.nts will be i nserted fol lows! SOcts.a squaro, first insertion; each sub asquint insertion, as eta. n square. liesivsss Advkrtisemsjits will b inserted it he lullowinir ratcn. One Sqtiarothree Insertions,' " " two months . " three months,.. " "sit m...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 5 September 1862

- - JULIUS 0. CONVERSE. Editor. ! ' I minima niim ntiniV. SPPT S I tint . - - t ' V' ";." 71 1 Union County Nominating Convention. - Tho voters of Oo.hr. County in furor of ; tho AdminiStration In tho ! , ., ., . ention of the laws, the preservation or tho'.u ,, . ., . . r . . ..i traitors , n id n, mod o all compromise with te I ices of holding elections In their respect I'U IU"IIB1P3, I'll 1. -MIIIUBUUV, RflHUIIIUtlr : - I .. . . . .. . . i i . i . til, at 3 0 clock, P. M., to so eel delegates . ii .. ' . . to a tioiirutitioii for no n nat nc Countv lir,Por to l.o hold . r.ormn n,, ! L,.,r..J Rppt. 20th, at 11 o'clock A. M. Kuch town B'.iip to bo ontit'ed to as many dolrgnlut ui II luts jurors, to wit Chester. 0: Ilussell. C; Datnl.ri.lRO. fl Auburn, 0: Nowl.ury.Os Munson.7; Char don. 11) llamlxlen, (i ; Clnriilon, 7 i Uurtnn, 8( Troy, 7 Taikmun, 8; Middlotiuld, G ; lluntsburgh, 6; Montrillo.fi; Thompson, 7, .1. O. CONVKKSK. I N. IIATHAWAV. KM AS AVK.IIY, II K. .SMITH, Union Centr...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 5 September 1862

HOME DEPARTMENT. :9" Dumlior of Hnanga volun (unm, mostly for t1o Horunth It.'lmiir, loft thin villngn on Monday and Wodnnsdiiy of lliii wi-iik. Our Coiiuty Imasoni no list tur or brnvor mon to tlio war, tliuii iboy. The Annual Fair. Of tho Uontiga County Agricultural So cioty will coiiitnuuco at Uurlon, on Tuesday m il, and continuo throe days. fir On Wednesday of lint wnek, tho ta die (if Munson organised a Soldiers' Aid Rncloty. Tho (ollnwitiD; nfflnors wnro oloctod I rVnsidniit, Mrs. At)taliam Woodurd Secre tary, Miss Ann Maria Gates Troasurur, Mies Emily Fox. ptr At tho meeting at tho Court llouso in ill is villago, on Saturday ovotiing laat, to nppnint two dole-gain to represent Chardnn in tho Congressional Convention, Dr. Jolin McIhiIb win culled to tho chair, and II. K. Binith, Ksii., nppointod Socrolary. A. H. Thrasher nnd 1). W. Catiftuld woTo np pointod laid delegates. -erLicut. T. D. Brown rcriuosts us to statu that ho will bo at Burton, during tho coming Fuir, for tho p...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 5 September 1862

Important War News. KiwYork. Aug. 29. The corrcspon dent of the Tribune eta'.es on Tuesday tight the pickets at Manassas Junction Were driven in, and two companies of the 10S Pennsylvania Infantr and one com- t n ' i i- r . ' i - j i piny i en..,..,. "VM-.r,, ...,.u , artillery stationed mere, were surprueu and attacked by Gen. Ewell'i entire rli-1 Vision, numbering from 7,000 to 10,000: Jnfnntrt and cavalry, with artillery. Attar a abort skirmish the handful of men at the Junction (led, the rebels turn-! . , f ' . , . i Inu uncm llicm nine ol our own euns, una ; keeping up a brisk fire till 'the Union troops were taken prisoners, a few escap ing across Bull Run. At Union Mills were two reeimen! of . Cox's division, the 4th and 12ih Ohio, tinder Col. Scsmmon, and they imme diately advanced to meet the approaching bodv of rebels. A conflict ensued in th. If early morning between the Junciion an Cull Run, lasting for three hours, when the Union troops bcin.i largely outnum bered, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 12 September 1862

9u J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 Ulttkljj Ntaopoptr, PcDotc2 to tljt Diestrntnation of tlepnbltcou principle, aacattoit, emptrance, Cittraturt, Slflrittiltnre, ani) irje Jftu)af tr)c Paj). TERMS-. ,50 per Ananm. VOL. XIII, NO. 37. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY. SEPT KM BE It 12, 1802. WHOLE NO., 001. ;t Jeffcraontoit Democrat lroni.iiiEi rvert rnniAT moiimno, at CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. OJfis iirtrtly over tht new Slenof Wilkint A A7y,n side of lie PubiicSquqrs. T KRMSi Ifpairlin advance, f ISO I f not paid within the your, 2 00. tir.Vll kinds of merchantable produce taken ,n yinnnt, at the market nrice. ,'$ paper discontinued until all arrearage ipaiu, except at tno option ol the rubliaticr. RATES OF ADVERTISING. LroAt, AnKRTiEEME!tT will he married atfol lws: Ml cte. a equaro, first insertion; each tub equoiil insertion, 25 eta. a square. B''aixs AovRRTisEVKNTa will be inserted at the tollotving ratfai One Squaro three insertions, $1 00 " two monthfi, 8 3 " " throo m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 12 September 1862

JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. NB'DJH 0l,ln PB!BAT,"REPT. U, 186lT UNION STATE TICKET. sennit of srritRUK cornT, FRANKLIN T.BACKUS, of Cuyahoga. SKrRF.TARY Or BTATR, W. 8. KENNON. of Belmont. ATTORNEY tlF.NI'.RAL, CHAUNCEY N. OI.DS. of Franklin. rnoor, com mission r.n, WILLIAM 1). IIKSKLIS. of Warren. TtOARll OF ITllI.in WORKS, JOHN B. QBEGOKY, of Scioto. TOR HF.MBKn OF CONGRF.SS, JAS. A. OAUITELD, of Porlagn. UNION STATE TICKET. The Lesson of To-day. We bavo no hoart to speak or writoof tho perilous condition of our country. Tho dangers that besot it aro apparently greater and moro Imminent than over before sinco the war began, and only our faith in tho 'patriotism of tho People and tho Ad ministration, and In Iho strength and justice of our causo, which bits never wavered, relieves the dark prospect. We look at our Government as at a friend Standing on tho very brink of Niagara, will) its waters foaming and dashing around him, holding our breuth, and scarcely daring to admonish him, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 12 September 1862

HOME DEPARTMENT. 6T call from tio. Tod, to ilia Military Com miilMisof Northern Ohio, lo send forward all the mined ft. en that ran bo railed, mi riwivl In thi. Comily, on Woitiiclay evening. The mon will ba furthcoming. It it rumored that the liebela ire attempting In burn Cincinnati. Volunteers to Defend Cincinnati. A proclamation from dot. Tod, calling for ftrtnod mon to dofond Cincinnati against tbe tliroatonod Robnl invssion, was rocolred in thii Tillngo on Thursday of lait wook.snd caused groat excitoroont. All Iho old mus koH and shotguns In tho vicinity wore liuntod up and scoured, and, before night, somo thirty of otirettixtin soldiery wore off for tho war. On tho following day, tho fiumhor was raliod to ovor fifty. Otlior townships also rospnndod to the proolama tion. At I'aincsvillo, all tho Lake and Geauga boys wore placod in ono company, utidor tho command of Cap!. Geo. E. Paioo. Thoy wont no further, howovor, than Co lumhus, it boing announood to Ilium in that city, th...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 12 September 1862

The President's Colonization Scheme. Tho President has offered Bonntor Tom- roy tho fine steamer Vamlorbilt for tho has conTeyanco of hii first colony of froo e-; still to Central America, which is lo start nn tho lit of Octotmr from Washington. ll will carry one hundred families, selected from among those who offer to go. A printing press is to be a part of the cargo, which is furnished by an Alricsn freeman of Balti more, who eoes with it. Under the rales and regulations for tho eorernmont of the colony, which Senator l'omoroy has boon ; preparing, sixty acres are to be given to a ' family ot over nre rne.n or. .or , aoie. o g one or less than that number, and twenty ores to single adults. Ono-oightcrnth of the land is to be reserved fur school pur- poses, and Is to be forfeited unless a school ! nd church be built within thteo years j All the childron tiro required to go to school, i General Tomoroy is authorized by tho , President to on et storehouses and all nthor i buildings, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 September 1862

J. O, CONVERSE, Proprietor. a tDickls et wcr, Dcooteb to tl,e Dif temtnatf on of tttpobllroti principles, CoBtatloii, entrance, f itcratitrc, afit.llr.. at trje of tl,e P TERMS$ 1,50 per Annum. VOL. XIII, NO. 38. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 18C2. tftlie Jcfferoonion Drmnrrrit 11 PUBLISHED EVEBT FRIDAT M0RN1N0, AT CHARDON, Geauga CoontT. Ohio. T E R M 8 1 If psldin advance, a 50 I f not otiid with ill iha ml n ..A fcTAII kinds of merchantable produce taken in oavmcnt. it tint m.,1,.1 r ...... nv, pi .No patter discontinued until all arrearage) -r-.-,.v, ,,1 ai uie option 01 me I uotisner. RATES OK ADVERTISING. X.S0AL will ba inserted nafol laws: 50 eta. a square, first Insertion; each tub Mqitent insertion. 21 eta. a so 11 n re. m. r'lV"? AnSRTnaETi will be inserted at no miinwing rates: One Square three Insertions, " " two months,.-. " threo months, six months,.... l 00 8 2J 300 400 ' 6 00 WOO 18 00 20 00 40 00 Half column six months, " " one year,.. One colu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 September 1862

"'' WIMS Of CONVERSE; Editor," ClliUUO?!, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPT. 19, ISC!. I UNION STATE TICKET. JfDOR OK St'l'RF.MR COCRT, FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, ol Cuyahoga. 8F.rUF.TARY OF STATE, W, S. Kl'.NNON, of Belmont. ATTOKNKY OEHKRAL, . C1UUNCKY M. OLDS, ol Fraoklio. . sotioot. cnMMiMinMkR, WILLlAM 1). HKNRLK. of Warren. BUARU Of fllKMC WORK, , JOHN U. UBEUOUY, of hcioto. " ton MRMimn or ooNottbss, JAS. A.. GAliHELD, orPin-lago, K The President Angry. A private leltor, tlatod Washington, 5tpt tlb, muhes ho following statoiuent, which Is publibhod in tho Chicago Juurnat : "The I'resuleot's atiRor it up, for once, and look outo too the fur H . Ilu hns boon disappointed and tnortitiod boynnd neasuro by locoul evutiti. It will tuko a . ivcuk or -two to repair matters, and then for miliar. Some of tbe peacock dUicors who bnvo failed to c:ne up to tho scratch will now have to give placo to men of brains and 1 ,T ll,,,i Nra"l'( "i77;,orar',lUll: will be allowed. "Old Abe ib mad his old Vol,.-n . n. ..r...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 September 1862

HOME DEPARTMENT. County Convention. Tbi Union County Nominating Con Arnlion mod nt Iiurlon, to-morrow, (Snlurday.) nt II o'clock, A. M. The Cincinnati Campaign. Someelglitj men from Geauga lull I'alnni title on tliu 3 o'clock, P. M , trTfi of Krldnj last, in roipnmo to tho nail gf tlio (iororn or. Tho mot of tlioin bud linon In l'alnos villo orrr nlglit, awaitinj transportation. Among thorn wore Ilia "Uosug.t Bluns," of Burton, Capt. Hitchcock, Llouti. Jolminn and Bratllnv, numbering 41 mon, uniformed, Brmod and drilled j aim, 37 mon from Iliimbdon, Mottlvillo, Tliumpioo, Clmrdon and Munsoo. They arrived at Cincinnati Saturday morning, and woro at once marched to tho military head quarton at the Bur nett Homo, and reported ai "Ooaurra Bluos, 80 mon," and ihenco mnruhod to 5:h Stroot for Kcgimontal organization. Thoy woro thon aiked if thoy wore willing to cross tho rtvor for lorrlco, to which all roapondnd "Ayo.of oourao we are." ."You are tho kind of mon wa want," laid tho Colonol,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 19 September 1862

Sigel in the Battle of Friday. A correspondent of the Tribune gives . Oiie report of the battle of Friday, era - bodying some important fads not before published : The situalion on Friday mtrnW was' tins: Sigul's corps (divisionsof Shurlz, Wilroy, S'.einwthr and Schenok) on the Bull Run Geld fronting to the west, was close against the enemr. McDowell's corps nearly connected with Sigul on the latter't left, but not one within fightina distance of the enemy. Heinlxlemsn's Corns fdivisiona of llnolpr erwl toarnt 1 and Reno's corps) were at Cytireville, moving down the turnpike which would lead them on Sigel's right, l'orter was far back seven ortilit milos in Sigel's rear. There corps Sigel's Reno's I low tzluman's, McDowell's and Porter's were all that were engaged at ar.y time1 during the two days, Friday and Saturday. They came into action in the order I have named (hem. Fortunately, I had been with Sigel du ring his two days' march to find the en-' emv. anri wee laritk liim ttrtw ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 26 September 1862

effer soman intact J. O. CONVKUSE, Proprietor. SllUcckls Newspaper, DeooteHo t!)t Dissemination of Republican principUt, education, emprrance, Citerature, agricnlture, ana tl)c Ncuo of tl;e Pan. TERMS--$1,50 per Annum. m m VOL. XIII, NO. 39. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1802. WHOLE il)t Jeffersoiiian Democrat IS fOBLISUBD EVEIIT NUIIAY MOIIMKO, AT CHABDON, Geauga County, Ohio. 9Jir directly over Iht rn Stnr, of IV ilktt,, t JCtttty,ttt tide uj Hit TabUi Siuuf. T E It M 9t I f paid i n Hilvnnco, (1 50 If not paid witliin the year, goo t?" VII kind of merchantable produce tnken In f ayment, at the market price. o paper discontinued until all arrearage. ere paid, except at the option of the Publisher. RATES OF A DVERTIF1NH. LsoAt, Advert ibemkmts will bo inserted at fol low.: 50 ell. a jiiflre, lir.t insertion; each sub uqiient insertion, 25 ct.. a ultimo. Bcsixkm AnvEtriscasirrs will ba inserted at the following rat en One rJauaro three insertions, sb" two mout...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 26 September 1862

Tin aHC ui, J ii,ihii JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor. Clt.lRDIi.l.Oi.lQ, FHID1T. SEPT. 26, ISIij. UNION STATE TICKET. JfttOR OP HI' I'll KM ft COI'IIT, FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, ol Cuyahoga. BKCRKTARY or RTATIi, W. 8. KENNON. of Belmont. ATTtltNKY tlt'.NKUAI,. CHAUNCEY X OLDS, of Franklin. Sl'MOOt. COMMIKStllNKIl. WILLIAM 1. HENKI.K. ni Wnrron. llOAHII OP PI Hi ll' WollKR, JOHN II. GBECOUY, ol Scioto. FOR MEMnF.lt OK CONultl-.SS, JAS. A. GARFIELD, ot I'oilngo. UNION COUNTY TICKET. For Auditor, C. C. FIELD, of Chardon. For Sheriff, B.N.SH-WV, of Chester. For Recorder, CII IRLE3 !!. LAMB, of Troy. Eur Commissioner, J. W. COLLINS, of Biinbridgo. For Coroner, A. K. MILLER, of Montvillo. For Dii-eCor of lnlirmarv, ALEX. MuNIStl, of Newbury. Fur Purveyor, SKTfl ED.SON, ol Hambden. The President's Proclamation of Freedom. President Lincoln bus issued his Proc lation of Freedom. It is n grout step in tbe rijUt direction, nnd is as follows : WASHINGTON, Sept. 22d. BY THE PRESIDENT OF U. S. OF AMERICA....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 26 September 1862

HOME DEPARTMENT. Our County Ticket. We place itt ilia head of onr 4l.i. '.,,LI twitvitnnd.fi li 111 Union County Convention winch met at Iturton, on Saturday IhiI. VViilioul par ticnlariaing, It li enough to say that llie ticket it it n excellent oneone which ; merits the undivided support il will re ceive from the people of Geauga County. All the candidates' ere worthy on (J well qualified, and lomo of iLcm are tried public servant.. War Meeting. Trof. Rhodea, of Hiram, will address a War Meeting, to be hi-Id at the Town 1 1 all io lliii village, to morrow (Saturday) evening. iTMr. E. V. Cunfield has received the appointment of Di putr Colleelor for this County, under the National Tax Law. Sabbath School Celebration. A Sabbath School Celebration will be lield in Burton, on Saturday, Oct. 4th, to which all the Schools), and all persons friendly to the cause, in the County, are invited. Addresses may he expected, and the schools to be represenied are re quested to join in providing a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 26 September 1862

Important War News. WASHINGTON, Sept. 17. lleram corrofipinuncD . At 3 oVIockltns .Uornonn Intelligence! waa recoieu iu .iuvio ..... the fierce! and most sspRUinary Utile of ih whnlo war hns been in prooress. All the eorpa d'armen which McClullan had taken with him to Frederick were mancd at tbe point indicated, ana tno on(?ngoinoni is belioved to have been between tne wdoio in the two armies. Tbora i reason to suppnso i losses on each side are Tory groat, as the requisition tor medioal stores and the ar rangement for wounded men to be sent to Roheiiille immediately aro lurgor tbau buvo j ever boon tnado at any time. Information has boen roceired that Me- Clellan UcStroreg tno aquoouc. ... uw muu.u , of Antiotan crce. anu i..u u .ur that Creek on tho open road loading to , Ktmrnsburir. ihus cutting oil iho rollout ot tho rebels in tho direction of hliepanlslown. Lator reports from llagerstown statu this afternoon the rebels wore rutroaiing in great disorder, and subsequently heavy a...

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