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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 5 January 1855

SI9 Aft THl iiiSi' 'WIMIiHiff'' OF THAT INSTRUMENT AND TRUE DEVOTION TO OUR COMMOM- CQMTV ' " PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. riZZTSTZST?? VOL.3. M' ARTHUR, VINTON CO., O. FRID AY, JAN. 5, 1855. iNO. 20; The M'Arthur Democrat. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. pr ytur , if not payed vithin the year, es.uo vi(( o cAurgtd. l"Ar" Terms mu(6 ttrlctly compiled milk, and no paper will be discontinued until uil arrearugts are paid, unless at me option of the publisher. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OCT" One square, thirteen Una or lest first tnree insertion 81 00 Lack additional insertion 23 Cards one car, 63,00. A liberal deduction vill be made toper- tons advertising by tht year. All vdvrrt'uttmenti payable in advancior on demand Agents for the "McArthur Democrat" Tb following Q.otl.mtn will R.e.lr and H.c.lpi for labMitpttent ind Adartl.emol, for ibu ia- i it i . . . r- . jri.;- par, iu vtaion wvuuir. vu.v rp.rron Cox, Wm. Tatler, Jso. Clark, Sr., .J. Bloeb, J. GlLLEff, Adam Lynx, Hamilen Furnace. Ml. rie...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 5 January 1855

THEftEWDMA.T, The role of ths P;u?lo is ri: Sa prt mt law; ASD Til Gilt MOTT1, '.'LIBERTY AND UNION,' l- A. Bit VI 'I OV TtlHor. L'.UUU!, in. " 5, r . v.b. palms...' i l.wp(jr Sabsoiiptlon mi AdreitUir; Aj-ncjr, rHaiir.rH)A; New Yihk, Pities and Hal Timor e, is our uuihorfctrd agent lu ieivr and receipt for subscrijitiou and advtilUvmeiu lor the Democrat. PRODUCE OF ALLKISDS.is rtreiv td'fcT ihf. uryUlmi mat kit fiicts, on Sub urtptian or AJitrlvirmn'.s, ul t.'.U oj,'.ce. Money is not refused. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVEN DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVEN TION. T5 ,i : n r ,t. X Uisuan. lu i:ir 'ici ions v an vi i in - I. i lo .11-1 . l' Central Conimtttre, the Democrats ot; v . , , , V intoncounty mtt at M.An'iiir, on , Saturday, the 13th of Dec, 1854 a,d ;' organized by appointing Dr. L. Ho,.- u, Chairman; ad K. F. BiHAa, a , ti i . , i.i i- 2f ffi Vl 11 'f. J" the meeting to U the arpomtm cl; a flpWate. or dIpfatfs. lo r-nniiiH Vinton county, in the Democratic Con vention, to be held in Colum...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 5 January 1855

State Canvass—1854. Wa gire below a abstract of the Tflia for Judge of the Supreme Cuurt, catt at the late election in this State, taken from the Otiicial retunn in the tcwdiei. . .Supreme Judges. Swan. Norrij. Adami - 1690 10-16 Allen 1720 617 AshUnJ 1613 1687 Ailaabuia 29G8 613 Atherti 1720 bji Auglaize 006 939 Belmont 3614 1538 Brown 2G04 154G Butler 2523 2752 Carroll 1634 874 Champain 2444 819 Clark 2357 ti:5 Clermont 3190 1602 Clinton 1975 6CG Columbiana ol02 1983 Coshocton 19o4 J 679 Crawford 1253 1273 Cuyahoga 4S67 2i98 Darke 11 1G 1210 Defiance 21 45 Delegare C7 1C60 Erie . 1733 1IB5 Fairfield 910 2127 Fayette 1C14 63 Franklin 4168 2542 Fulton 7C3 97 Gallia 1073 7U5 Geauga 1613 07 Greene HISS L6i Guernsey ' 2CL8 167 Hamilton lco'53 8347 Ihncoi-k 1303 1124 Hardin 935 002 llarrisjn 1875 lli,3 Henry 261 SS2 Highland 2C7I 1185 Hocking 9j5 974 Holmes 1225 1381) Huron SC01 1335 Jackson C13 C88 JeflWson 2613 1310 Knox 2701 lt93 Lake 1275 283 Lawrence 1190 517 Licking 2C4G 2233 Loan...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 5 January 1855

IF YOU CALL YOU WILL BUY. JOHN S. HAWK, .HUH STREET. Mf ARTHUR,-OlliO, ' Ikftkr In all kinds cf DRT GOODS. GROCER I Ei, HARD WARE. aUEENSWARE, HATS, CAPS, BONNETS. BOOTS ef HOES. RKADYMADE CLOTHIKO, IRON & KAILS, &.c. AUo, Agent for LOUDON & Co'. rOFULAR FAMILY MEDICINES. TS just receiving from Cincinnati, one of t!ie I. Largest t.icl best selected etocksci .ew. FatLicuable tnd CHEAP GOODS Eve r brought to McArthur, expressly for the Winter trade, which lis is determined to sell on the most rcs3onble terms. Just tall and fe my New Goals before rurchasingelsewhere. Bring slung your Produce, for In tho way f Barter he K ill give you is good bargains us though vou brought the Cash. Nore'mber 17, IfcM. 1st. c. ly. MMER STOIlli, AT THE BLUE CORNER, SciETlim, T13ST0S l'CC.TT, -BIO. IN order to dispose cf the lar,e quantities I of Me.chand:se, now in McArthur, near convinced of the necessity of offering induce ments to customers, sufficient to warrant ihem in comirg from a grea...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 12 January 1855

.' - - P?-1!". .60UTK ri "f rirtrik TFr r ri f f n a r PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORN IS Q. VOL. 3. NO EA8T NO WEST UNDER THE n .,...... .. M' ARTHUR, 'i-wr mw- x-, : ,,J CONSTITUTION;" BUT A fcACRED E. A. BKATTON EftllOU AND VINTON CO., 0. MAINTENANCE OF THAT INSTRUMENT AND TRUE DEVOTION TO rilOFIllETQIt. FRIDAY, JAN. 12, 1855. TERMS: ONE DOLlAR OUR COMMON COUNTRY. PER ANNt'M, 1N ADVANCE, JNO. 21. The M'Arthur Democrat. TERMSOF SUBSOBIPTION 1 91,00 jwr year, and if not payed within the )tur, 2,00 will be iharg;d. Theu Term must be tlrictly compiled with, and no paper vill be discontinued until ml arrearages art paid, unless at the option ( tin publisher, . . TEEMS OP .3VE.TIS-MO. (Cf Out square, thirteen lines or lea first three inner lion $1 00 ' Each additional insertion 23 Cards one ear,' 83,00. A liberal deduction will be made to per- tort advertising by the year. All vdvcrlisimtnts payable in advance or ot demaiid . AgcnLs for lie "McJrthurlkm-rrdt." Tin following QentUraen will ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 12 January 1855

THE DEMOCRAT. The Tolee of the People U the Supreme Law; AND THK1K MOTTO, LIBERTY AD UNIONS E. A. ltlMTTO. Editor. raTULIt, J.1X, 12, J855, V.tB. PALMER'S TTawipapar Sabaeriptlon aad Aditllnj Agtocr PHILADELPHIA, New YOHt, BoiTOS Slid BAL- timobe, is our authorized agent lo receive and receipt for subscription end advertisement for the Democrat. FltODUCE OF ALL KIMJS. i$ rtctlc ed at the teiyhightst marktt priet$, on .Su6 teription or Advtrtismtntt, at lhi ojjlct. Monty it not rffuitd. Masonic Literature. We publish tigs week, on our first tane, "The Mason' Widow," from the pen of Bro. Moore, of the Ma sonic Review, a work that only costs $2 00 per annum. How so many of the Craft can admit such a magazine is published in their own country! and not subscribe for it, is more than we can account for, unless it be from sheer indifference to the principles of the Order. The magazine teems with such choice Literary productions as the one we copy. We ask for "The Mason's Widow" a careful p...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 12 January 1855

MARKETS. McArthur Jan. 11. -Buttei per lb.. Green' Hinv " " Shoulders, u Sides.. 16 6 4 5 Brooms, v 8u30 Beans, W,. V.... 1.50 Coffee,...." 15 Candle....... SO Cheese, 15 Cloverseed 606 Corn 40a50 Errs pel doz 15 Flour pel hun. 400 Flour .per bbl 69,50 Flax Seed ..75 Feathers,.. 40 Fish. White.... 8 " Mackerel,. Hides ' BalO 5u'J ."Oilron,. Leather,-. .....lSuSl Lard pel lb.... 8 Molesse pr gal. 30u40 Nails, 3d to iOd, al2 Oats, 40 Potatoes, Irish. ' 100 Peacne8, D., '2,20 Pork prewt .. 4,00 Sugar N. O., fc Loaf, 121 Crushed,- 10al2 Salt, per bbl 3,50 " Table, pi Sack, -25 Soap per lb 3a5 Teas, Y. II, 75 ' Imperial ftlOO Tallow. 10 Wheat per bu. 1,40 4iWoolperlb...-25a40 Portsmouth Price Current. CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY BUSKIRK, & DAVIS. WHOLESALE No. 1 Buckeye Block. PORTSMOUTH, Jan. 11, 1854. Apples, Dried".. 12 Brooms pr doz fc2a30G Bacon Hams per lb. 1C " Shoulder ' 6 " Sides fi. Beans, W, per bit. 1,75 Candles, mould- 151 Star 24 Cotton Yarns-... J64 Cheese.W.E. lb.lOall Coffe...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 12 January 1855

IF YOU GALL YOU VILL BIT. JOHN S. HAWK, WAIN ITREET. McARTIIUR, OHIO, Ikl(r In ill ilnJi cf CRT GOODS, GROCERIES. HARD WARE. QUEEKSWARE. HATS, CAPS. BONNETS. BOOTS t SHOES. READY MADE CLOTHING, IRON & MAILS, 4c. Alio. Agent for LouDoa Coy popular famih MEDICINES. IS Jmt wcelvirg from Cincinnati, one of the Largest a.id Ust selected slocks of New, Fashionable n4 CHEAP GOODS Im browhl to McArthur. expressly foi the Winter tr4e. which be determined to sell on the t Kcble terrrn. . Ju8tUDd e my New Goods before tmrcliMinietaewbew. " Bring yor Produce, for In the way f Bailee be will give you 11 good bargains as though ti brought the Cch. Noreibw 17, ltfl4.-lst. c. ly. BANNER STOUlT AT THE BLUE CORNER, , itiimi, mios ccrm, nio. IN or4t to iUrt of the large quantities of Me.cUod'ie, now in McArthur, we arc convinced c the ne cewtty cfSering induce- ,nta t ruMoener. sufficient to warrant them in cowing from e greater distance for ii lunnlwa. To accimitluh thi wa are datcraunea tn nivin...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 19 January 1855

INSTRUMENT AND TRUS DEVOTION TO flUS mmSw rr"NTRY. ' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINgT T TTZTZZZZZSTTZX ' rTrrrT VOL. 3. M' ARTHUR, VINTON CO., O. FRIDAY, JAN. 10, 1855. NO. 22. The M'Arthur Democrat. .. TEEMS Or SUBSORIPTIOM I 61 .00 fier yr.ur, and if not payed within the ymr. 62,00 will be charged. These Terms must be sirictly Complied with, and no paper will be discontinued until till arrearages art paid, unless ul the option of tlu publisher. . . TEEMS OF ADVERTISING, OCT" One square, thirteen lines or less first three insertions $1 00 Each additional insertion 25 Curds one ear, 63,00. A liberal deduction will be made to per sons tidrertising by the year. All vdvriistmints payable in advance or on dtmard ; i . - ! Agents for the "Jlrirthur Ucmofrot." Th following Oentlem.n will ReoelT and Becelpl for Subtcnpilom ana AdrarUHin.au, for thli 1 per, In Vinton Conntjr. Cbio. Peyton Cox, Wm. Tayler, J no. Clack, St., J. Bloer, J.Gili.f.n, Adam Lyss, Ilamden Furnace. Mt. rieastnt. Harri...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 19 January 1855

J HE: DEMOCRAT, ..... -,,.Vji7- , T, . , 4 1 V. Tac Tolte of tii: Pcupls is tie Sjpre au Lr.v; AND TUKIK MOTTO, 1 LIBERTY AO UNIONS . a. liiunox. i:ai!or. nnrjLTLrr on nj- j ju' -ur r ra- r r - - - ,-,-i-r-rr " N'MTIO, JAX. ID, 183-5. V. 1). PALMER'S Nawapapar Subtcrlptlon lad AJvrililnj Afsncf Ph iL oelphi a, Kv Yokk, Boston and Bal timore, is our authorized agent to receive and receipt fur subscription and advertisement lui DiMOCBAT. PltODl'CE OF ALL KINDS, ia receiv ed at the very l.ighevt murkct prices, on Sub wiption or Advertisements, ut this cjflce. Monty is not refused. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, VI ill . J! ED ILL. For Lieutenant Governor, JAMES MYERS. For Supreme Judges, WILLIAM KENNON, ROBERT B. WARDEN. For Auditor of Slate, WILLIAM D. MORGAN. For Treasurer of State, JNO. G. BRESLIN. For Secretary of Sluts, WILLIAM TREVITT. For Attoruey Geucrul, GEORGE W. MlCOOK. For Board of Pullie Works, JAMES B.STEEDMAN. Democratic Standard Bearers. We this week place at ou...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 19 January 1855

MARKETS. Cincinnati Markets. Cincinnati Markets. TELEGRAPHED FOR THE STATESMAN & DEMOCRAT. CINCINNATI, Jan. 150—P. M. Flour fe7 60 lo 7 75. Whisky if dull at26c. Hogs are dull, with sales of 1300 head al $4 lo 4 50. Lard is in good demand, w ith tales of 400 bbls I rime at llie; 300 do head si 8c, and tOO kegs prime at 8e. Green Hums lie. P'l.lk mtnl told, to a limited exteul, at 4 J to Mc for Shoulders and Sides. 1,75 , 15 I Apples, 1)., I'.UttlM per lb.. Green lliiuTS,"" " Shoulders,' " ' Xi.l. s . . - C 4 ' 5' Jiroouu,.. Beans, V. 8..30 1,50 Coffee, 15, Caudles, Cheese, Ctoversecd Corn-. Eggs pel dpZ' Flour pechun. Flour .per bbl Flax Seed ' Feathers, Fish. White,-. " Mackerel," Hides 1:0 IS! . GOG 4Ua50! ... 400 e'J,50;Soap ...75; ...40 . fo 10 .... 4l Mi-Arthur Jan. 13. Iron, bu) Leather, 1Sci31 I,urd per lb. 8 Molasses pr gal. 30u40 Nails, 3d to lOd, Gal2 Outs, 35 'Potatoes. Irish. 100 lVeci.es, D 2,20 Toikprcwt "" 4.C0 Sugar N. O., 8 " Louf, 121 Crushed, 10a 12 ;Sull, ici...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 19 January 1855

The Class Railroad. !t teemed to ma n though 1 hid teD luddenly aroused from wj slumber. 1 koked around and found my tell in the renter of g ciowd. The first sensa tion 1 eijexirmfd mat that of being borne along, ith a peculiar motiou. 1 . looked a r wmd and lound tint I was in long train ol cars which were gliding over a railway, and seemed to be man miles in length. It was composed of many cars. Eery car, Open at the top, was filled with men and women, all gaily dressed, all happy, all laughing, talking and singing. The peculiarly gentle motion of the cars interested roe. There wet no grating such as we hear on the railroad. They rooted along without the least Jar or sound. Jhii.l iay, interested roe. 1 locked over the aide, and to my estonithtnent found the railroad and cars made of glass. The glass wheels moted over the glass rails without the least noise or oscillation. Tie soft gliding motion produced feel ing of eiquiste happiness. I was hsp pyl It seemed as if ererything was...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 26 January 1855

71 1 i ft U S !ffePW 1$ PnW 'A ' " -A 1TO K A N D PKO PH 1101 '" " J The M'Arthur Democrat. TERMS Or SUBSCRIPTION I , $1,00 per year, and if not payed within the iar, 2,00 will be chantd. . Thes Terms ' mutt Be strictly tomplUd uith, and no paper vill be discontinued until till arrearage are paid, unlets u( the option tfthspullUher. ' ' . ' ' ' TEEMS CF ADV EBTISiNO, ' ' CCTT One square, thi&nlincs or less first three insertions- t( 00 EacK'ddditlonat birfw. .;., 23 Cards one vtaiv'aar I '..., -$3,00. J liberal dftc'foi, wif ' ti mans (o per sens mMrlwingbj lAtjcar. ' lit' Offrrr(!(.nuNt nyubt in advance or oh' demand ,' ; , igf nt fof the .J'icirlhuTDfmofraty ' Tb folljwlng Oanlleaion will Boc.lv tnd Bjoelpl lot Sabwtiplioat ftnd AdvartlMintctt, for tlila 1 a pr,n Vinton Conui, Oito, . . ' . PiTToa Cox, " " Hamden Furnace. ' . W Tavleb, Jko. Clabk, Sr., J. Blokb, -. ' J. GlLLEN, Adam Ly.ns. Mt. Pleasant. Harrison Township. ' Bloers Store, Wilkesville. ' , j ' Swan. , . BUSINESS...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 26 January 1855

the democrat: Tie roico , of thi rcopU h the Supremo Ur, AND THEIK MOTTO, LIBERTY AD UNION. K. A. KUATTO. Editor. M'ABTiO, Jl. 20, 1855. V. B. PALMER'S Jttwtifr SabMtytloa and Adrtrliilnf Aftscy FHHAOtxrau, New Yogk, Bostos ind Bal tiuose, is our ituhorized scent to receive tnd receipt for subscription and idverlisement Tot the Democrat. . PR OD ICE OF ALL K1SDS. it rtcciv- td at tht veryhighett market price, on SuV ttrtption or Advtrtitmentt, at thit offltt.. Monty It not refined. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, W1I. MEDILE. Tor Lieutenant Governor, JAMES MYERS. ; Fop Svprtmt Judgtt, WILLIAM KENNON, ROBERT B. WARDEN. For Auditor of Statt, WILLIAM D. MORGAN. For Trtaturtr of Utatt, JNO. Q. BRESL1N. Ftr Stcrtttry of Statt, WILLIAM TREVITT. For Attornty Gtutral, GEORGE W. McCOOK. For Board of Pullit Workt, ' JAMES B. STEEDMAN. Taxes—Whigs—Fusionists. Taxes in Ohio for all purposes, in 185-1. amount to only the mug little lutn of ten niUiont of dollars; and the pamen t oppres se...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 26 January 1855

Road Notice. MOTICEJa hereby given, (bit peti- J lion will be piesented tonsil March 1653, session Of tfie Commissioners of Yintoa county, Uhlo, praying eu alter- tlon T the floid leading from Hol land's itwmill, in Jackson tp in tiiJ Vinton county, towards Locust Grove, lntei:ectlrg the Logan road near Jinn 8. Bellies followa, to wit: That taid alteration eommeuce al the centre of said road on Section No. Eleven. in Jack on township, in (aid Vinton tounty, at a flake near a white oak tree, on the north aide of a small ruu; thence a aou'.h-eisterly direction to a forked dog wood on Lew is Sim's land; ihencs more Southern to a fal'.en while oak, on the line between the aforesaid Sims & Bell; thence south near the said Hue, lo a small chestnut bush; thence south-easterly to a dogwood stake; thence south to intersect the aforesaid Logan road, and ttbere to terminate. , MANY PETITIONERS. 'Jart. 26th, 65. 4vr -E5Pelia Lodge, Nev acpled Masons, meets tvery Situniay prec-eedwg each ful...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 26 January 1855

Knownothingism among the Romans. , . fnaa. . , Tbeltomen conspirator Catiline was, It Is fair to iieiume, says tb Wash ington Union, paper tbet our neigh bor of (be Gottttt sometime igo under took to make in reiders believe symp athised with the Kioir-nothingisro. oue of the first to retort to the oaths and the pledget, tha clandestine nee rings and midnight cabali, which ate the ftionte cipedieatt of '.he prennl secret ami pro- criplite political part. Not only did ha plot tbe overthrow of the State, but ha resolved, in ordar tie a. ore fatally to accomplish thia, that Rome should be deluged in the blood of her eiottemiu ent sona. la thost days, however, there were 001 wanting patriots and states men, who resisted, eiposeJ end punish ed these horrible rites end these inhu man machinations; sod altuough the arch traitor attempted, by simulating his secret purposes, aud by issuming sn air of injured innocence, to baffle; the iuexorsble scrutiny of his patriotic op .orients, ret he co...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 2 February 1855

tii 'm m)' ' v ar m sr. - - n - w -mi-a n -n. i jit -- - - t-11-. k. T.-.- -i i -' - imm - s .sssaavsatssst i r r m r a? r v -m . . - . - m "NO. NORTH. NO SOUTH. NO EA8T, NO WEST, UrVOEtt THE , CONST . 'r'" - wuxri.riJMJxnr,r- ,,. r. ul 1 1 1 ISO I'll 1 t;Tl)II .,,,( -J VOL. 3. c . J . j a. i' i.,, . M ARTHUR,: WIN TON -CO CI XIJAYrFEB. 2. 1855. " " : :: " NQ The M'Arthur Democrat. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION I i ' 1 ,00 per ynr, and if not jvytd within tht )iar, 2,00 wiU l thurged. That Tirmt muttbt ttrictly tontpliti vith, und no paper will bt ditcontinued until til arrtaiuga artpuii, unlcst at tht option f tht pvllinher. TXEMI CP ADVEHTHIHO. CCT" One tqvart, thirteen Una or U$$ Aril thru inter tion" $1 00 Each additional insertion '. ... 25 , Cardion twr, (3,00. ; A liberal deduction will . btmadt toper Itni advertising by tht year. . , . t All vdvrrtiumtnti payability advance or fit d emu I'd . . : " Agcntiforlhe "l'tlrthnr Dtmofrflt." Tt' following Gentlrtntn will Rectir. nd P. dpi l...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 2 February 1855

TllE.DEliOGRAT; TfcHlci'tMai Pecpls Uilic Sc.-ircnu Lir; ,t : - r THtia MOTTO, " LIBERTY ADUNIOU.i E.A. UlUTTOft. Editor. 'fifwriTf r " . - -(--nr nr at jit jrjirjiruirti' FEB, 2, 1855. V. B. PALMLRS Xvi)pr libicTlpttea and Advertising Aftricr PHILADELPHIA, KewJYoEK, BofeTOM anil Bal timore, it our authorized agent 10 ret cive and receipt for tubscription and advertisement for the Democrat. PXODICE OF ALL KIM) S. it, rtcrtv ed at the very hiehtst market puta, on Sub- striatum or Advertisements, ut this ojflce. Monty is not rtfustd. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Govtrnor, Will. MED ILL. Tor Lieutenant Govcrnort JAMES MYERS. For Supreme Juices, WILLIAM KENNON, ROBERT B. WARDEN. For Auditor of Slate, WILLIAM D. MORGAN. For Treasurer of Stale, JNO. G. BRESLIN. For Secretary of -State, WILLIAM TBEVITT. For Attorney General, GEORGE W. McCOOK. . For Board of Fullie Work; .. JAMES B. STEEDMAN.' LAST CALL. "We have a large amount on onr bo-oka that lias been tue us lor 9, ; and 18 mouths, and...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 2 February 1855

NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS. Notic ia hereof given, that the Board of School Examiners for Vinton Conntl. trill meet at O. T. Gunning's school room in Mi-Arthur nn li first' .VatnriluV ot each month, in 1855; 'for the examination if School Xetchers.. . . ' 'i IL 0, T. GUNNING. Feb. 2. 1655-tf. '- CUrk vf lhard. MARKETS. Cincinnati Markets. TELEGRAPHED FOR THE STATESMAN & DEMOCRAT. CINCINNATI, Jan. 27—P. M. Flour, 47 80u7 90. rrovUions.. ere quite; bulk meat sold in lots at 41c for Shoulder and 6Jc for Sides. Clover teed i6 90. .The market for Groceiies ii steady. i Money" ia'tblerabty eay. Essjern Ex changes la firm at laj, aud New Orleans ial premium. McArthur Feb 2 ' Ibl Apples, D.', Buttei per lb. . .; Green Hmm," " Shoulders," Ii 4 i Sides, 5 Broom.. ...... 8n30 Beans, W. -1.50 Coffee. Caadles, 20 encese. 15 Ctoverseed Com.. cot, ... 4ua50 Kets Del doz10 flou lour per bun. 400 Flour .per bbl Flax Seed Feathers, Fish, White,... " Mackerel,.. 1,9.50 75 40 8i eolO! Hides 4 :,75,I...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 2 February 1855

THE DEVIL! LAY SERMON. BY SOLOMAN SIMPLE. "Tie that hith an nr. lei him hear wkat the 8-irU saiih unto t! Churclin." , Dfmult Bklotkp: Voi who be. long to the various thtirches with (all steeples and long tortgiwd bells with elegantly Titshionrd seats, carpeted j&s,'tod gilt prayer-looks have had your way about long enough. Your teachera have "sewed pillows under your arm-ho'ca," and flattered your vanity .till some of you actually believe, like our revered predecessors the old Fhari.ees who rrncified the carpenter's Son and stoned the Prophets, that you re "Letter than other men," Cut the (act is, you are no better than you ought to be and you know it. If you bad your deserts, the Lord only knows what would become of you. And yet you are as unconcerned, as thotigh there h no prospect of the levil ver getting his due. But I feel concerned lor you; and since your teach era have their hands full of political matters in getting up petitions against the Nebraska bill, converting the...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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