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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 18 April 1861

PRAYER, SWEET PRAYER. PRAYER, SWEET PRAYER. BY MISS ANN LUTTON, MOIRA, IRELAND. AIR—Home sweet home. . , . When ton) it the bosom by sorrow andesre, ' Us u ever ej.,implev there' nothing, like prayer; . , net . . ' , , It trsf,tipbft, aoftene, eubduei, yei re- , traiae.f , r ! . , Olwt 'rof (o hope and putt peasioo ID cbaine. 11 1 Pram. praier. Oh sweet prayer I Se h ern io simple, there nothing like " 'prater. When far from the frienda we hold dearret ' we part, Whatf nrt recollertione atill din j to the heart; PdaYroiiVehie. pt ecenea, past enjoy menti are there; Oh. how hurtlully pleating till hallowed by prater Prayer, prater, Oh sweet prarer. Bail ever ao simple, there' nothing like pmyer. When pleasure would woe us from piety's "; '. arms. Tim siren sing i ivreetly, or ailfntly rhsrme, V litten. love, loiier, are caught io the anare ; On looking to Jeaui weconqunrby prayer.) Prayer, prayer, Uh sweet prayer, it ever ao simple, 1 preyrr, there 8 nothing like While eirangeri to p...

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. — 9 May 1861

iltra s..JJ Ms ,th'i : TAU'rt r r j .i. . I " ; KO NORTH';' WO SOUTH. HKPIP Ttiid ONSlTVTXOWBB'i? 'SACItED RA1XTC1VAKCS OF Til AT;'l XS T II E A T ' A N D THE Wlojl. ,',v j, ct w0! VJ)V.'.-p iVOL. o.r ; .:. 7 m ' ' S - ail ft. a Ke .ptrr;.5hii(itrat, . r PTBLISIJED EVEBY THUKSDAY BY U. A. St W, E BIIATTOII ; " Offlo la Dratton't Bailding, Eait of j Conrt Ilouie, Up StairfJ , , TlTUMS Or PUBLICATION, r Ob Copy ona yr, td id Yno, ; . $1 ,00 , Hnotpnid fteriU monthi, If not paid within the jer, 800 BS"Npppr nillba d!ioontinna antll all ' aircr(f n PM, onle t th option of ( M ynbliher. When theppr ta not onisTed dia- oontinuad at tha. and of iba year, it wUJ ba eon : ... . . l V'--f "'I TEHMI Of ADTEIITISIKC. ? ' 'One Squara thraa Inaortlontj' .. ;-.$10 .aoh udditionalkuartlon, ' , ,85 Cardaonayear, Hotii;eaof app'to E;. AJms. a Onard'n, l,oO ofSuttlameht .' " 'Unchmont noticoa befora J, P. 1,00 ' Editorial notices par Una, 03 ! f grA liberal deduction will ba made to yearly Ivortiaor. ...

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. — 9 May 1861

'rHE''DKMnr7?AT ZZ .Zlz XXZJ K. A. BRATTOH, Eoitok. McARTnUR ! : MAT 9, 1881 Til I USD AT : What power has the President over the Militia of the States! The above is a very important question just now t the citizens of the United States, and one, on which we have thought considerable of late. Every man who is jealous of his con stitutional rights 'and liberties, must have had this question suggested to Lis ruiod in view of the extraordinary power that the President now wields It is well settled in the mind of every American citizen, that if any man civil or. military, assumes a power not delegated 40 bun by the constitution or laws of our country, that he be comes that moment a usurper and if h be a military man, he at once be comet a military dcupet. Wejwisb to give' rresklent Lincoln thus far credit, according to the lights we have, t'ae President in calling out the mil itia of the States bas performed one of the most momentous acts,- that he could exerciRe in this Goyercmect, aud...

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. — 9 May 1861

Militant of Ohio. Never in the luetory of ? Ohio, Jiave we had .such HOiTcrsal'cocopkint Mat present id onr military. :Cgn. it be from any other, .canto only . tlia fact, that the -military department of- the State has been ' most ' shamefully need by the Cotnaiatdet-.in-;hief, 8D(J hia Subor dinates, in going on pell mell without order, ioBtead of giving his require tiients through the constitutional and proper departments of onr State as re cognized by the organic law. We bope those things will be, immediately jCorrectea., Tiros off fob .Fab. The Tvpo firetbical fraternity is well represent- . ed in Capt. Caldwell's Company ,fonr me ft ben of the craft being enrolled therein, viz: II. C Cramer, Chable K hopes, A. W. Bbown and A. Peabce. The boys are well posted in the use of the "shooting-stick," and will donbtleBB make a good "impression" in tberanka of the enemy. Slaves. The vessel which Mar thai Rjnders seized two or three days go at a pier 10 Last river, New York, has been rel...

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. — 9 May 1861

How a Kentucky Editor Speaks. "tlietolkyipgarticlo from'the lead ing IH-nSocratic paper in Kentucky HhB LpnUfiUe Duraocrat.) speaks; lor luetf.. Wo publish it to show, the views of tlmt journal, representing, as ; we think' it does, tho tenlimenta of a lar9 body of iuea in the SUto of Iumtuclc-, Who are uow, at heretofore opposed to the heresy of secession. ; The Democrat is right. Seceision - will find no support in the freo Status. ; No matter what opinion tho Demo . crata aud conserrative rnon of the JJorth may have of tho acti-Blavery ; dogmas of the Republican party, they will stand by tho government, and to ! tie fullest extent aid in maintaining the Union aud executing the laws. ! Statesman. 'The 8onth in the Union h9 had 1 tho support of nearly half tho North. : When the Fugitive SIae Law be came ineffiuient, another was mado, just snch as the South asked. When the South remonstrated againt the Wilmot Proviso, patriotic men of the North came np aud defeated it. When the Soot...

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. — 16 May 1861

tot ! . I!;;3 .J VJVU i K si .ul rftT ill . fTr 1M v t,iw far i j, j I lit i , - i ' . , 1 J. I LJl L u I..: null .(!.,,) !.'.J r.) v X .' '-'I ' .. i! , V in j ..: i 1 t J, He, . 'I'. 'i'- NO NORTH: NO SOUTH, UNDER THE CONSTITUTION, BET A SACRED If AIXTENANCE OF THAT HVSTRUItIET; AND THEUNl61V. !J i! :i l k,.!; lii to: - VOL. 9. M'ARTHUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MAY IB". 1861. NO.-30.. Il r. Aim nU iflr-. .r ' 1 I 1 I 1 I I IM I El f l in i , : ' - 1' i ,?! . J . ; . -V ' : . FUBLUSHED EVEBY THURSDAY BY E. A A W, .'BRATTON 'Offiot In Brattou'if Buildings, Eat of " Conrt llouse, Up Stain. i TERMS OF PUBIICATIOW. ' Oat Copyooe yar, In tdvtnM,, fl)00 If not puid fter six month, .1,64 fllfnotpW within the yew, ; ; ... 8,00 . , tW No PMer will bo disoontlnaod until U rrckrgi are paid, nnleMttth option ofllm publiahera.' Wben tna papar ianot erciaroa ait on(inad at tha and of lha yaar, It will be oon- 41nuad.,i.i'.. .- . TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OnaSqnaia threa inaartlona, . . $1,00 Eaoh addit...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 16 May 1861

that in circnmitanceain which it maj Ve sapporeJ th higlier crime of trea son may b committed, there is a probability that persons rosy be guil ty of the Icflser offense. The duty f Riving immediate information of a treasonable act is enjoined not only by the letter of the statute, batieclcar y deducible from the liiifh obligations uf patriotism resting open every citi cen. And he that refuses to perform this duty may he justly suspected vof treasonable designs. It is obious to remark that a failure in this respect touy lead to the mo&t disastrous re sults. lam not informed to what extent the present Qrand Jury will be tailed upon to investigate cha'rges involving either of the crimes to whict I hare referred. 1 learn, however, that there will be at least one case, not implica ting any eitieen of our ewn State, which may be brought to their uetice. Of the facts of this ciue I am not ad vised, and can not therefore give the law in charge, with a special reference to them, it is p...

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. — 16 May 1861

McArthur Market. McARTHUR, Feb'y., 7, '61. Wasatparbuab, (whin). w.. 1,00 1 " (Bad) ti Corn, per buab.. , Oata, par buah........ ;yioor,- pxrbbl..... , Conr meal, par bnah Bacon, par pound Potato, par bush M 0 4,W ) I 15 I is Mia, .par pound Batter, par pound oaana, par bnab ts Orleans Bugar, per pound- Kaflnad Sagar Nsw Urleaui Molasses per gallon eugar bouse inolasasaper MoWenByrup par gallon Coffee, pr pound , rp I'Sr dnen , 11 am-. sugar cured Ha onldara 10 li 10 T5 85 IT t 18 10 I S,?5 Backeral, per lb.... Hit, per bbl ff.'lonU" 'Spcial Uctiicts, Foem a Lini. Dr. Bellinghsm'a "Stim ulating Onguent," no famous . in Londom Paris, and other European cities, seems to be gaining a eimllar reputation in this country. We .find thtttt has become an Indispensable article for the toilet in ill our large citiee. "-Messrs. Horace I. Hegeman flc Co., of New York, now have the entire American market eonflded to them, and we give their advertisement a place in another column. Ass sure and saf...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 16 May 1861

Omh MANHOOD. ULh Hew Lost,IIiD liestorrd. Jutf Fublwhtd, in a Semltd Enrtlppe, ON THE NATUEB. TREATMENT AND KA- 1 iiemiual Weakness, Seadaal Debility, Nervous-, 1 rwta n d and-4nyohntary emissions, including ImpoUuey.sna Mental and HitmchI Incapacity. Hy KOBT.J. CULVEHWELL. M.D.. Author of the "Green Rook,'' eto. The world renowuedswthor, in this admirable Lecture, rloarly proves from hiaexMriene tbat tliearulcoiniaeici,soi riir ioi't may d r- foctunlly rrae-4 wuaont nioic)no ml withr out diiiireriHi sursiool operations, boueies. In struments, rings or cordials, pointing outs mode ofeureatonce ceytaiu and effectual, hy whiuh every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, niy on ra himself cnp!f,pritattlg and radt- (.'. 1 bis lecture will prove a boon to inou i sutndeand thossatids. V .- eslnder seal, in plain envelope, to any address, n-'t Mii, on the receiptor two postage enami, oj saarowiiiK, Ir. CH. 3C. HUNK, 1ST Broadway, N. York Fo.t OhWboa 4,584. April 25th, 1861. yl. B ...

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. — 30 May 1861

w.'i J o vi a ,rirjN vo f r . v r t r .w. .1 I : t it if-. ill - ;; i.-j J ... ..I ., -T- rt f J Ml ,0-R- i ..'..'.J' .1 .. . i i i.v u-T--i V- : . :i . NO NORTH, HO SOUTH, USDER THE CONSTITUTION, BL'TyA. S ACRID MAINTENANCE OF THAT INSTRUMENT AND THE UNION. 'i'i.'. ' l f!;-;fi i i N04i;;:';:- M'ABTHUK, VINTON' : COtlNTY, OHIO, -MAY 30. 186K vol; q. ljm in it r tit ii - n lit - i l H ' !r 1 'M l-UI J I Iff : if 11 I'll III 1 61 1 . ii ill ill in IM : h im ii . ffifee tSt$rr gtmocrat. PUBLISHED1VERY THURSDAY BT ' , E. A. & XV, E. BBATTON Offlot in Bratton'i rBulldme. Eat of J Court Ilouse, Up Stair. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. One Copyoneyesr, In advance, Ifnnt nuld aftenrll months. 1,80 If not paid within tht year, ' . ,0 tlf"Koppr wlllbe disconkinnei until all arroartjiei are paid, nnlea at tbe option of llie pobliaheri. nan tne paper noi uruureu u onlinaed at Uia end of the year, it will be con- . TERMS OF ADVERTISING. On Square thrae Insertions, $1,00 Kaoh additional innertlon,' - ...

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. — 30 May 1861

Death of Col. Ellsworth—The Effect of the news—A Cabinet Council called— Grief of the President-Disposition of the Remains of Col. Ellsworth. WASHINGTON, May 24. The movement on tbe South lias Legun. Whether it is. to bo carried further than now established is yet to be seen. ,. At a late hdur last night I 5otan inklingof tlie movements which ibHll relate: Went to- Long Bridge, where I found ,the sentries at the Bridge, and on the Brides were the infantry, a Company of Rhode- Islanders, a Mass achusetts Company, a United States Cavalry Company, a Company of United States Artillery vith two pie , ces, the Pntman Rifles, the Turner Rifles, National Rifles, Metropolitan Rifles, and Company F, Union Vol unteers, while Company E, Whash ington Light Infantry, Captain Pow ell's Zouaves, and the Constitutional Guards occupied the Virginia eud of the Bridge. . A full moon looked peacefully down,: and perfeci quiet reigned on all the .neighboring shore. But this was to give place very spee di...

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. — 30 May 1861

Local 5 D e par I me n t . TaURSDAT, MAY "SO, 1801. 17 Gone into Camp. Cspr.' Caldwell'.- company D. of 13th Reg.i 6. V. M. left last Friday it noon, to join ttitk Regiment it Athens. . The noii comu)iu4nod officers whose names we conM not give before. ate; Orderly Sergeant, D.B. Caldwell, Sod.' W. E. Andrews. Srrl., Joseph Irani, 4th John Newton, 8th G. W, Snider, lit Corporal E. Morpan, 2nd James N. Sweney. 8rd Eli Reynolds, 4th Joseph Wal lace" The M. B. Band accompanied the Boyi to Athens; ill left in high spiriu amid 'the congratulations of friends, ind cheers of large, crowd of citiiena, it McArlhur' Sta tion. Way the God of our Fathers protect them, and guide them forward to victory ad peace for our country, ' Capt. Caldwell's Company. Vehave only lime to say that we hat just returned from MarrietU, and seen the Vinton Company with the balance of the 18th Regiment, ob board of the steamers, for Petersburg Virginia? there 10 Join Col. SteedmanV Reg., the 14th. . So we now hare...

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. — 30 May 1861

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 23] AN ACT Supplementary to the act regulating tke mode of admiuistring assignment iu trust ior the btuefit of. creditors, passed April 6, 1869. SieroR 1. Beit enacted by the General Assembly of the State if Ohio, That every person w ho shall hat performed any labor as an operative in the service of any pernor) or corporation who shall kereafier assign property in trust for the benefit of creditors, shall be entitled t receive out of the trust fund, where the sarce is insufficient to par all debts of the issipnor, the full amount of the wages due to such person for such labor, npt exceeding one hundred dollars: Pro id ed, that such labor aha 11 have been perform ed within six months immediately preceed inf the assignment. . Sec. 2.. This set to take effect fioai and after its RICHARD C. PARSONS, RICHARD C. PARSONS, Speaker of the House of Representatives. ROBERT C. KIRK, President of the Senate. Passed March 6, 1861....

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. — 20 June 1861

1 KIT?!- V 4 ' J . T J no north; no south, uudxr the constitution, bit a sacked maintenance of that instrument and the union. VOL. 9. M'ABTHUli, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JUNE 20 1861. NO. 44. : 111 A ''ax, HI U ; t i iia f ir i i 'e'Mtrr gcniotni. fUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BT E. A.;W, E. BBATTON Offie. in Brallon'. 'Buildings, East of . . . Co art Home, Up Stairs. TERMS,OF PUBLICATION. 'On Copy on Jtear, in advanM,, ..... $1,00 'If not ptiid alter tlx months, '.J. , ' 1,6 If not paid within the year, . S,00 X3T No paper ' will b discontinued until all arrearages ro paid,-unless at the option of tit publishers. When theparier is not ordered dls- ."ir.in-'ad at trio end pf thyr, it will bon- TEltJIS OF ADVERTISING. On Squat tlire insertions, $ltGO 'Eaoh additional insertion, ,25 Cards ono yar, ... - Notices of app'ts Ex. Adms. Guard'n, 1,0 of Settlement ' ." .Attachment notices before J. F, : 1,00 Editorial ff ulices per line, . . 05 fJJ"A liberal deduction will be made to yearly advertise...

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. — 20 June 1861

1 can ncr f niuud whateter fur uppi.- uif 'Mi the rrt.ultnt. in any fmergt-my.or in any state ol toman, can authors the su f e nion of the iiiinleg of l)ie writ of habe conm. or arrest a citizen, ttvtvl in am of the judicial power. He certainly doee not faithfully execute the lew, if b takes npon iiimself legislative power' by auspnrhig th writ of habeas cotpusaud the judicial pow er. He certainly doea not faithfully execute tte Una, if ha takra upon himself legrelfctive ponef by suspending the writ of heabv cor pus and toe judicial power also. ty arret- flng a person without due pifcess of law. Nor tartuny argument be drawn fron the nature of toveieigoty or -dhe necessities of government tor sell-deTense tu times ol tu mult and danger. T e Government of the United Bates la one of delegated and limit (J rower. It derives in existance and au thotity altogether from the Constitution, and .'and neither of its brandies, Executive, Leg islative, or Judicial, can exercise any Of the - poe...

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. — 20 June 1861

Local Department. THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1861 Receipts on Democrat Uf to June 1st 1561. , , . ' Tho. McGee 11,00 W, U. Pttterwa l.LO Jao.Slsgle 10 ..Chu. Scott 33 H. Bowen 60' Liab Smith . , 1,00 Ufnphrey Lynch ' 50 ' 3. Abbey ... 1.00 ; J, Btine 1,00 ' Military Meeting at Allensville. On last Saturday afternoon, we witK Mr. Lysle, addressed a large meeting at Allonsvi'.le, called for the purpose of organizing Yolouteer or Kosorved Compauies of our militia. We were pleased much with the re marks of Mr. Lyslo. They were pat riotic, and to the point. Our object was to lay before the meeting, and urge the necessity of immediate action, to drill onr youug cuod, and be pre parod for any, emergency that may ariso."" Wo feemore the importance swbis from the fact,' that we beliere Ohio will be one of the battle, fields beforo tho first day of September next. We honestly think eyery move indi cates this result. Peterson's Magazine. Tho July number of this popular Monthly is already on our table....

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. — 20 June 1861

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 57.] AN ACT Suf.plimentary' lo the act pased Mar 3,1852, to provide fof the organization of cities nd incorporated villuyea. Sectior 1. Be it mac ltd by the Gener al Assembly of tht Stale of Ohio, That the council ol anjr incorporated village which at t'.e last federal census had t population f not less than two thnusaud inhabitants, shall have power to purchase t sight and to erect and maintain a village prUou, and for the purchae of the site ana erection of the prison they ray, for not more than three years, levy ta' not exceeding one mill on the dollar valuation of the taxable property of said village. The prison to be in keeping .Mid control of the village marshal, under f nch rules and regulations as the. council shall prescribe. It shall be bis duty to pro vide all persons confined therein with cpc cstary lood duriug their confinement, and the cost thereof, not exceeding twenty-five cents per day to each person, to be paid out of the ...

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. — 27 June 1861

IrTit;: 7" . ' ' .- ' I a'1'"' ill 1 1 1 nl ' 1 X NO NOIlTHf RO SOIJTII, IIADEU THE CONSTITUTIOH.BIJT A SACBEla FTAWTEMANC OF THAT ilVS'rilCME ANP THE 7JJUON. 1,' li o i 1 1 II 'NO:45. , H if.' V"l i lil M - .a , ..t i ..... . ... - W t-w Fll K 5a HI: ::; hi" ' . v.-.- a a ,eui Nir vysy f'Nyr y ' ff NT , , ..P, , ... X.,. , -, )., . t y . V- I J f f II I M. I X ----- ' -"1. .ill I ...... . .. . . a " Hi . ! -V K 1 , ' . : , ,i- I !f - ; ' . ' f VOL. 9. :t 'Wttih Jciuocrtf. .. fUBLlSHED EVERY THUR8DAY BY. : . E, A. ft .W..JB. BBTOIf , Office "la Brattoa's "Buildings, East of Coart House, Up Stairs. ' 1 ; TERM8.0F PUBLICATION, nil Copy one year, In advance, ' ' l,0j If not paid aftetais months, ' ' i : '7 1,6 tzr No nftiMir'wtn be Jlscon tinned ntl) U rri'tu( ro pflil. nnleuuthe option ofil tobr"v AVliiin t)i prx Unot cfitpfertuw- '.. it lha cud (it' Lhn Vekf.'iL Will Dt COD TEIIMS OF ADVERTISING. ( Dae Square three iuiertlon, ' ' 1 ,00 JUoh nldlUonoliaiMirUon, . ' I ,tS Hards one yea...

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. — 27 June 1861

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 67.] AN ACT. making appropriation f jroerst revenue fur h ) tar 1861. Sec. I. Ei UtnucUdhy th4 G'ntralAt- 6 nWjf of the Slut of Ohio, Thai the follow- lugsuinain addition to former pjropn W-ms. be tnd the tame err hereby iii'pri a'ed imt of any money in the elate treatur belonging to the general revenue, to he yaid cut according loexistingtaws. omcl: . .J ror me payment oi ttte uierjr oi Itie gw - e nor, auditor, -secretary aud treaeurer of Hitf e. attorney general, comptroller of iress uit. committioiier of rommnn school, com rrtiesioncr uf statistics, iibraria'ft. an J srereta'- ry or the governor, thirteen thausunJ tix hundred dullars. For the payment of lieutenant governor, memrnrs of the general asicn.b'r, their Clerke and assistant clerks, sergeants at a ml and assistant serErsots-et-trms, and iresAtnigsra, laenty-five thousand dollars. ' For payment of publishing the daily pro- reilii:gof ihe grnenl asemM.v in 'the Ohio b'uie Journal...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 27 June 1861

Local Department. IHUKSDAT, '."JUNE. Mim. of ifuly, , r. v - , The commlttea of arraDgetnpntj, Las banded as tie following as & pro grammo, for the celebration .of the ootning 4th of Julj, at McArthnr, 0, lit. NatiooAl Salata of . ' Hjam at mmi STARS AND STRIPE 2aJ. Frocosaiou at 10 o'clock a. u, 3rd. Reading the Declaration of Ikdbpsndinobmq froot of the Court House. , . . .; . . . . 4 t h , o b ATi o.iyy Dipuera . will be, urf parA 4 ityf .JUfcli 1 V telA. 'and lUvf 'JalMwM ww'CeiuliM!lJ,,,ni'-1 AMERICAN DLOIfDI Will perform on the "Tight Hops," in bit ?arjoo .Thrilling. Feats. ; , On the whole we think the day will open rich, and close in character. Every body it inrlted to come. About to force Collections. We wifdi.tQ call oo oUr have been owing us a long time.to see if we cannot get a little assistance, as wo aro in an awful tight place for money, 'Theru are many who could lioht u to tret out of the clutches of some spiteful enemies, if they would trv. Let us state the mcan...

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