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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 27 June 1861

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 62.] AN ACT. To'provlde for a dtfenr af the state, and for Ike support of r the Federal Government rebellion. U 10 Jf.iJ.: "i.t J ! I Sec, 1. Be if tnacttd by the General Ae etmbtf of Me afc of,. OA ie. That trier be nil hereby ia- appropriated the win of four hnwlred Hid fifty, thousand dollera for the i.iiicliaie . of I arms and .equipments Cor tlx inilil'n of ili stnte, to be expend! under the authority and direction ot (he governor ind muliied sud pajd upon accounts certified and allowed by liiru.i i l .v i . ' Sic'ij (That Ihett be and hereby is ap proprialed tha further turn of fire hundred iliuuianddollara. to be expended under the direction and authority of the governor, for ranying inro ri;ec. sny requsmonoi tne President of tha United Sutea to protect tha federal government.' Sir; I.' That there be and ia hereby ap propriated and placed under the control of the governor aa an ettreordinaiy contingent fund, ...

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. — 4 July 1861

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Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 July 1861

LAWS LF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 78.] AN ACT. To prohibit the escalation of the Note pf non-specw payuig Beats, Sec. 1. Beit enacted hyt General A mliy A3Mbef (Mw, That it thin Df ttilwiui loi eny bank, Miner, excnang kfetirYarotherTnoney dealer or liieorpoite ted company, in any manner to put incircu- . Utton, either d Irecny or lnairecuy, me avtoaoi-iM.f eey hank at hanking com j jr, rheiher, Ip or out of thi State, which cote shall bet. at the time they art put in circulation, be receivable: at par by the bank tta&Wr-b'okerr-exahingt) broker, ov at her snoncy dealtr or incorporated company to put,tin(f' lbs aaae fa circulation, and redeem able at par. In gold or eilm coin by the lank or becking company liming the aame. Src. 9. Any, Sink, banker, v broker, ex cUog broker, or other monjr dealer , or in-eorporaU-d company that shall vioMe the wcvlsbni of ' the flret asction of thia. act. -thai) forfeit and pay for each offense a sum of money equal to ene-fltlh of tbe n...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 July 1861

TiimtSDAr,' JULY ' 4; ' 1861. Local Department. Local Department. Receipts on Subscription to the Democrat up to July 1, 1861. Wm.CUfk ............ -1,00 8. C. 8teinbrook. 1,00 L. AfAtWood .'..'... I. CO JhifMvivr "I 00 J. . Grejoiy 1 ,00 W. T. Moon.... ..... 60 iotcpk tildi... l,oo Joeeph Bothwtll.- .... 60 B.Sydrnsuicker-. ....v. ...,1,00 Hanniel Wycofr. . 1.00 W. BUckmsn-. ......... ...09 Il.Lle I...... i,co Juiki Ankram.i''""t "' W Mr. Martin and Ourself. ' In ft recent nuiclor of the Demo crat wo aaul that Mr Marti bad used threat against as and other Democrats, and if misinformed we wonld correct. Ho called on as and Aid it wua a lio, and do gentleman WwuUato published it aswadid; vre gave him tho names of two of onr authors, gctitlemon 'oftrothand when . Jio iaid"rt r118 alia we expected a do Dial. 'instead' "of that,'' In tho last Journal In cdruea'ouf in this card . v Mb. Edito : Upon noticing in Articlo io' the last 8x10 Democrat, I thought at tho time 1 would reply to it;...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 July 1861

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 72.] AN ACT. the rn- Mad.litns Vet.iacji ij ttf MtMrrd:.,-; CpeilftHCkMi.iil,(i4bel fotlha enr lies- sf tlykriSoi-ni - Far payment of fcttafrts t lb Ohio PenL "itjfHhry. led thousnriddbllare.1 ' . ' ;; FoilM general lurn'nt . cxpens't if Ine nObio reanntiarv,Viirien. liiuuaauil dot t''Fof the rrSsectiliori and transportatioaof t convicts, ten thousand dollars. ' 1 ivr piovitlon patfassry fcnrrrnt ex penses and repairs of Iho Central 'l)liiO Lu- natic Atrium, ten thousand dollars. For pavlsifliiVaAl U'-tiiiifr Cv'-ent ex pvne8.4iui-rp(urjjf puilierji t)lao lu- Vor provisions and necessary current fx pengi'skn4 rf pairs of hortlien V$o lunatic asvltiA, six thousand dojfars. ,- For provisions and 'nccrssary current ex penses tmtirpairs of tht institution oj tli education of tbe deal and dumb,,, llireo. tfiou- cmui .InfliiM. - -. 'A' A" Fulproiioni snd necessary coi-rent1 ex penfei ami repairs of the institution for the eduatioij CI the blind, ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 18 July 1861

a CI ai'.i - itr'i iM. I iWAWiii '4 MWlV 6 ri .k'r . II k t t! If) .1 b-JJ 1a.I; .,! 3 1 n. ' fi m i I ' 1 111 V'l ftcfcii 11-, rt ' I VA l I t , inn u m r w w - - - LV1JJI HI II f lvtl.4 . Bw ' a a. - - - - . r T a-.'4i7 iHRMS.OJ" WUIiiIt.TlON;'l ' On Copy on year, In advance, ' jH, tiii col piJ pfitraixWbtte, 11? 1 1& I it K por be dwcvBliibcdi HDtW )) 0ltiV1!ltiUj tt tho'L'ud 6rU.o-yeur.lt Vlrt b&tou OS jj4teh'iBaWotoU!ii!etiftll . r -,t5 u , ,1,00 i:iftt1athtiA!ferfiii6 '' V . OS Ml !rTl(UuVlli Bit- l) . lu Jl J II! 't -iri.lie 0uvt kuniriwiutMatciaiiuuu.mil ' N'BRILLS.SliowlilTls.lWsU'llrVti ,lrfwlra uiki ail khldH of 111 uu tin- Uuiitlt (XMitud, ou the Bliortoal uulioo and at tliu lobt inuJeaj i at Uii vlUte, ; - T .. it u ;,.; i "' k Agents for llto VWcmocrvt T Iio following gonlliimen, will leceiio and - m'eipl for- ulHliinu - end mtrrrtisoh meuts, f6tHi?rfiier4u Vlirtifn County. ! A. N. 1,7 :JjJ lu ArTt'ttsvillc. j Va(.i!Jt.Ajiit.- . . ji lliWHsmjiff. ;! ,',Pn.A. i)...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 18 July 1861

DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. 1IU.Y, Al ameetiigpr th Demorratio State Central UmeVuue, held in Columbus on the D.Mdiyoi July. j3tl,UM IUhI-kL That i( iswiDedieut to hold Peutocuiu: Slate CjutaUo at Columbus, on WiosMBiT, Afffusf 7ih, 1861. to r. ordinate a Deinucttiid Siate Ticket, to l exported it the Oebtbor election. . .- 4?sm w&furlhe'. That all tlio electors of the State of Ohio, who it ia favor of per tematinf tlx priiieipW vpm Waieli out U".:on founded, and er convinced thai "Thrjif?iit"5ttte aud iViotial Adminictra. t ijij, brfljiyhiillf Incompetent 10 miniae the (ioiernrWati Its prcson! critical condition, ts veil at U who are opposed to the gross et:tvaguce and corruption now to alarm ii'u'y prevalent iu pubho affair, be earnest Jy invited to uuite with Ua Democracy ia tint lvur ol our country's peril, anil thus re lUr.m the Stale, and place iti siministn'.ion ., iu tomps'.ent hdnij. . li-ijiictl, fur'-her, Tlal the bsis of repre eenUiti'jn in said Convention bo ens de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 18 July 1861

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 83.] AN ACT. To prevent tne sa'e 'of faruxlcaltng in tha vicinity of camp . fixe, it madid by (At OtnmU At- ' tomblyq& jStok ef Chi; "That ao per- acsUltM'ax. expose for ante of.odwr wisecis?do.'lneiry way, Of at my place star rit(tij tf)a distinct af two irn'Iei of "W'lW !a.n)p jto th isolate; any into. ,-'jvm8 nia i ( mi ,auy person oe at sorted t keep any ahop, booth, teat, wagon othercarriast val or bait, or m KtuMil or table, for tha sale of any spirituous or , f tkra hitoslcatiagt'liauort a such camp or . buim tit twor aulil -or the SffcJ The provision! iif flie Brst section . of this ct lhall not bis construed to prevent person ilia city or viflaze'from carrvimr on auy trade" or business now euthorixed by law, . it their regular place of business,. Any per .. wi found guilty of committing a . breach of uia provisions or Wit act ahull forfeit anJ 'pjy for avery such xifense a fine of not less ' tha.a tea dollar dor more than hho h...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 18 July 1861

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 88.] AN ACT JtcMipR tu l.Uitwmi;l ll f militia. ....I ...1 i M-rrhf: :t . . '. . . . : 1357, m fnru t?Ut loth? color o( mil t ,s2.!"Tift IrwTl ....... """"'5 iTit r i .u-'rp-iilehtort..1K)lJ iiol nmi . : la .rdr. lilMH IIW WI'll tie . . tV,KifoU(U tl lite M entitle.. ' "An tt t;iliU eiirfUiciidiiie'thc mill. '-. .,f the f HTK ti.cb i.m tlur-M I" ,,,lefcei-k-ortT,ewmrti!M;f.e think tfEt: rtA-I.tnl.iit- no o'll.er chuti-e , kliall beiMlrxc tuto(eoh,rltind all ! romimnitl wrr.rin tW Cl.siJ uniiono, wirt! .hMitrtA-lUo U'itl',,bibr. pnid h.o upttauwet.riii? the sme -.... ... , . y-v .8;; 2jj'rTIi ot tlisll Uke elU'ctfrum and after its - P. HITCHCOCK. of of Representatives. JAMES President pro tem of the Senate. Passed May 13, 1861. [No. 89.] AN ACT. . ( r Vurilmr iopioyiJr the support of the mi ; . . lilie iiiumer id aad to be iiuieteRd into the eivite of the Htatf. ' ' iKc'l. lltltenactedbythe General A " imUy 'ofiheXluU vt Ohio, That if tlieuu...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 25 July 1861

, t 1 i ,..! ; ... '.;J"i!li'Mirh mnvTrwiitW nv THAT INSTHUMEKT AND TUB UNION. ril UNDER THE CONSTITUTION. BUT, A JACKED MAINTENANCE OF X ' f;,: Av,r.,r- j j u' mwruwwto NO NORTH, NO SOUTH NO. 49. ' ;;;;:::,;;'irAKTHUB.:.viOTON ! . f vol; 9; bnt this afternoon, as I was sitting at tries arose thick, black cloud, which . . . . - - F UBLISIICD EVERY TI1UKSDAY BY ; 1 E. A. & W,' E. BIIATTON .'I.. 11, ' : Hit OkU la DrauoB'itnnlldiBft, rati of ' , Court Jlouse, t'p Sttiirs. . TERJI8.0F PUBLICATION. ' On Copt en year, In advene, IJ.OO K not pull after ai x monthe, . 1 If not paid within th year, ' " ' xf No paper will be discontinued antll U arruarag r paid, uoloat tl option of1'1 pnblLhere.. Whop the paper ieuot ordered dle otitinaad at th and of th U iU b oou aiaa.d. . i . . - ' rr tttisjts-or A D VEBTJIINO -i - '.' . ' OnVsqnai ihr rmtitottn 1 r:ri additional iusertlon, . . ' ' '"? . Oardeonyear, .. t tfallcM 0 app'je Ex. Adis. 0ntd'n, 1 .oO . M; of Selllointnt '' Utt6hment notlc ...

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. — 25 July 1861

7. ArBHATTOX"feirvH. McARTIIUIi: J I I.Y fa, isa I. Democratic Mass Convention. lion. 1 iL The Democncj oj" Viaton County, ire i IrreVy noili'-'d that there will bet jlasa V:-.sirticn lW on the ; . llrf ilay of August, ' ; oi: . ' 1 ik P. M. at Mc Arthib, for the r fri-'u cf Dp'poiiitfug three delfnatfi to the tdOfcnvmtion on the 7ih of August next. UsoJ speakers will 1 in attemfeuw.and the LKpioerdcy ire cordially; invittd to turnout, . CuMOOooineall. ' Or orJr ol the DEM. CEN. COM. V. C. O. Vallandigham. 3 It ! Wage that Vallandiham and 'tjTl. 'oilier; Democrats don't resign to t xycegr incnl aLo tJio' JourpaK - j l'c;liji9 lie would,' Mac, if you -would 6erjd a rccjf?. .U-. Izi JS''- . don't fCt tJ see it,, wjr suppose;. - f - - - a - s More Hanging. Tne last Journal ears ''UniMVls' t RW&'ift poiAQxccntod at Jcm eufqiiaiuiug Abolition B'qti linen's.", . 1 ; ... k wui' -Y(j)! aru yiu' opposed to ' flj.it AIo. Errnl ''Please answer. '" "' t.no tUT. eay to some, gents that in -r...

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. — 25 July 1861

WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. Defeat of the Army of the U. S. Washington, Monday Julv"23. After tho latest iiiforinutioii "wus re eeittkl from. Ccutervillo at 7;30 last night," a aeries of eyonti took placs io tbokiWnicst dvgrne Jisastrons. hlduj confused statements are pre talent, but enough is known to war rant the statement that we hare Buff ered in a dejjreo , which lins ca9t a ploora over tlio remains of the army, niid cxciK'd the dipust melancholy bronltoiit Washington! - - vjj 'ijlia camago was trpmehdonsly hcarj'' on bqtha'vlvsatid urs is rep-' res en ted as frightful. Wo'urcre ad VMlhjr, and tiMhiieir fotwkiy tnttnit-s i;rfldnnlly but siirel?7"d bjj iutritiOiiVvhOn tlio onoiitj seemed to Itifa b2'e; Winorcod by CaerM)'Jyhn:" tton, who. it is understood, look coin IS ii'rjivL; iba Qomiqnmd; 'driving ns ick, when a t.&inc arn6n; our troops mi idqtily nccnrred7grirtiBTCgTiar Btnirr V4 JfvK place j, Itti ttid Ught Jlii yia)iliDjull imdoi'took to mako a bt.md at or.ahotjt Centoi villo...

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. — 25 July 1861

[Special Cor. Cincinnati one Battle of Cheat River—Particular of the Battle—Death of Gen. Garnett—Galantry of the Troops—Our the Rebels. CAMP DUMONT, Corrick's Ford, Eight miles South of St. George, Tucker Co., Va., July 13. I have a dismal recollection of a dreary, Weary, forced march of nino U9Q miks orer almost impassiblo luonntaiu roads, mud knetj-deep, with i. steady heavy raia tailing all tue way, and tcrwinatirtjr :u a fierca engage ment of kalf an hour, tha total rout of the rebels, and flit death of General Robert 8. Wnett, Adjutant General ,of the Stato of . Virginia, and oinmari dr of the Confederata army in West trn Virginia, of whem all that is mor tut lies but a few fctt from onr tent. j The tight of ourdiviaion proceeded 1 within 0 milca of Beverly,' where Capt. Rcnham, who commands the ad vance, ascortaincd at tho village, of Loadgi)!ft that the rubcta, after pro cwediDg nearly to Borcrly, and find n(j the road blocked by McUlollan's adraneo, united with those that h...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 1 August 1861

hi V fl HUH! I NO N0KT1I, NO SOUTH, USDEB THE COmirVTlOn) BET SACKED MAIXTENAKCE OF MAT INSTBEHIEftT AND TUB UNION. w m m - w M'AllTHUll, YINTON COUNTY, OHIO, AUGUST 1, 18G1, NO. SO. VOL.9. i - a 'a - ... s I it I '.fEje Mcrijiur gnnccrat. PUBLISHED EVERY TTIURSDAY BY E. A. & W,. E. EB AON Offlee) in llrattou's' Building, East of Court Mouse, Up Stairs. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. " On Copy one year, In advance, 1,00 If not paid afttrsiE month, 1.60 If notiid wiihiu th0)esr, . J.OO l" No paper will be discontinued until til arrearages are paid, unlets at the option of 'he 5cblih;'M. When the paper is not ordered die- eontlbuad at the en of Ue yr, It will be con ttaued. ; , TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ' One Bqiiate throe Insertions, 1,00 ' Each additional insertion, ,85 - Card one year, Koticosof app'ts Ex. Adms. Guard'n, 1,0 ' " of Settlement ' " .ittaohmont notices before J. P. 1,00 Editorial notice per line, OS ' tXFA liberal deduotion will be made to yearly advertiser. All advertisements...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 1 August 1861

i tvvv 1 1 m - ' i K. A. BUATTON, Koitor. JIcAKTIIUR : y.jritsDAY: : : AV.fj. t 8U. Democratic Mass Convention. tion. - Tin Democracy of Vinton County arc h r?!y iintifuil tl.at there will be a Hags C .invention l.ehl on the Cd day ci August, i.t nn o'clock P. M. it McArthur, for the V rp -'! cf appointing thiee delegate to the i-'i te Convention on the 7ih of August next. U iuj speakers will be in alteiideuce, and the 0 iiiocracy art cordially invited to turn out. '(' .me one, rome all. By order ol the DEM. CEN. COM. V. C. O. , lO3 lion. 0. D. Maktin will ac- v it our thapks for important Public i enrnonts. Not so Slow. 'I have heretofore taken your paper from 1Y-time it was first published ; but now 1 t iiftl juntas soon have the leprosy, etc." North-East. Why don't you call and pay for it, .': .!), and have tho books squared i XT While tho Democracy rully .:. round no flag but that of tho Union, V'l'fy will never ceaso to fight for freo li nn of religion, freedom of speech, lroed...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 1 August 1861

WAR NEWS. LOUISVILLE, July 26. PaWngerp , juat orrived from Tun tiCBaee, itniq thitf troops ia largo num bers from varioi'4 encampments in that btatc, are rapidly being Lurried , into V irgiiua.- . Scenes Among the Wounded. During thtf'retreat, I was surprised to uoto tho IW exclamations ot dis tress from our wounded men. Now and tbuu tho mangled soldiers uttered piercing pronus: sometimes, during tlio rough process of trunsfer from tho ambulances, they gava vent to their ftgonj id heart-to udi rig shrieks; but gunernlly, their endurance was heroic. Dr. AUgruder, soon after the tiring on Col. Hunter's coljumn began, took possession of tho Sndley Church, . about half a milo from tho field, and instantly tho seats wero removed aud blankets spread upon tho .floor for tho wounded. Tho littlo building was ' soon crowded, and its floor crimsoned with warm blood. Tho alter tabid was nsed for tho operations npou the men 'who were more severely injured. Tho 6urueons pf tho New Hampshire aud ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 1 August 1861

Rattle of Blackburn Ford. Tho rrtin of the army which was f Mngcd i the fcxtrernuly sharp notion mi Thursday, Julj 18tb, near Center villo, three mile eaat of Manassas J uDctiou, was tho Fourth Brigade of the first division (Gen. Tyler's). The brigade was commeuccd by Col. J. H. Richardson, of tho 2J Michigan IJoKiraent, and consisted of the fol Jo, ing Regiments : First Massachusetts, Col. Cowden. Second Michigan. Col. Richardson. Third Michigan, Col. McConel. Tweltth New York, Col. Walrath. Theso all belonged to the advance f the grand armv, marching on Ma uttss Jnnction and Richmond, and first came in siht of the enemy at 11 .'clock, A. M., on the top of a hill commanding Blackburn Ford, which rmses Bull's Run, a email stream c mptying into Occoquan Creek. The nomy wcro entrenceed behind apiece .f woods with a breastwork mounted with rifled cannon. They had also uWanced skirmishers out in front, und in sight of onr troops coming up the road, at 1 miles distant. At the same moment...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 8 August 1861

u NO NORTH, NO SOUTH, UNDEIt THE CONSTITUTION, BUT A SACKED MAINTENANCE OF THAT INSTRUMENT AND THE UNION. VOL. 9. M'AllTIIim, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, AUGUST 8, 1861. NO. 51. res. S3 mt i 1 1 1 . ii $i Mti$M gcmocrat. " V, rUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY E.A.A W, E. BRATTON Offlca in Uratton's' Buildings, Eait of Caart House, Up Stairs. . TERM8.0F PUBLICATION. On Copy one year, In advance, $1,0 t tot paid aftsr sii months, 1,6' f not paid within the joar, 3,00 No paper will be disoontlnned until all arrearages are paid, unlesaatthe option of ilia publishers. When the paper ia not ordered dis eon tinned at the end of the year, it will be oon Uaaed. TERMS OF ADVERTISING.: ' ftne Satiate throe Insertion.,'- ,'.! i $1,00 r'Baoh additional Insertion, ; :. ,8 cards one year, Notloes of epp'ta Ex. Adms. Onard'n, l,oO " of Settlement ' , " ; . ,; ,' Attachment notioea bufort J. P. . 1,00 n Editorial notices per line, 05 HTA liberal deduction will be made to yearly aav Art Ititrs. All ad refinements...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 8 August 1861

A. BRATTON, Editor. AleARTIlURr THtjMDAYr' : AUK. 8, IISI. E Attention, Guard ! The uioinbera of Company D,, of tbe Eighteenth Regiment, 0. V. M., will parade at McArthnr, at o'clock M., on Saturday,; August 10, '61, io full uniform. By ordor of , J. W. CALDWELL, Capt. U. B. Darned. Tha next all-fools correspondence, from the hair brained gentleman who ports the above classic signature, will hail from Nevada. Then onr ci tizens will be enlightened by the lu minous Bab-luminary of tbat diggins. That Last Pete Raising. spect to party, at Allensville, request ns to say what they subscribed fur the Democratic-Union Pole was not spent for wifiy, to be grizzled down by an editor. We wonder what they meant by this I ' - .,. , Receipts On subscription to t!io Democrat for the month of July : John Stevens -$1,00 George HoiTines 1,23 John Kinnev 1,00 Kemp Falkiier 1,00 John Lord 1,00 Samuel Tarr 1,00 , , , Charles Traphagan 1 .00 ( John Brown-. 2S John R. Newton 1 00 Peter Siuini' A. Norris.....

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. — 8 August 1861

The Part which Mr. Riddle, M. C. from Ohio, Took in the Flight. from ObtOj;write-! a Utter tof tho Clevaland Leader,: coucerrwng Lis ex perience at tho battle of Manassas, l'rom.wlikli wo tuaku tho followiug ix tract: .".Well tb3 farther they (tho Boldiors) rae,. the more ftightancd tbeygrew, and, although wo moved on as rapid ly as wa could, (he fugitives passed us by ecoreB. ' -' . Tho heat was awful, although now about six; the men were exhausted their months gasped, their lips crack ed iand blackened with the' powder ol the catridges thoy had bitten off in tue battle; their eyes staring in fren zy no mortal ever saw such a mass of ghastly wretches, a "As we passed tho poor demented, exhausted wretches who could not climb into the - high close baggage wagons, they mado1 frunlic efforts to get on to ana into our carriage. .They graspod it everywhere, and got on to it,acl ifito iti and over it: and Iru plored us every way to take them on. We had to be rough with them. At fltst they...

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