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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 26 September 1861

DEMOCRATIC-UNION COUNTY PLATFORM. l8t. Resolved, Tliat we rcjrard tflO present condition of tho country, the In .,;l, 1, civil war in which llio peoplo areen-.oftbe Edged, tllO etlbl't t, dismember tllOl0'lh Ilniuii and all thft rnnnnh.iranr n.M. which afflict u3aa anntion,astlio legit imate result or tliu successful tcacli- iocs oi mo doctrine ana toiicy 01 'irrepressible uontlict :" a IrrnMeililn f!nnfi!r 'o Anntrtna and a policy which arrayed Northern entiment in antagonism to tlie con- In j the provocation givon to tho pco ploof the South by the manifestation of hostility towards thtir instilntions by majority of tho people of the Worth, wo nncqnivocally condemn the conree they liavu pnrsucd to obtain a redress of their grievances, believinc;. as weuo, mat atueu.oy me consurva-1 tiv0 people 0t tllO Northern StalPS. Off all parties, their grievances M "l . .:., WUIIIU i . . .a-vaii . . a . a -Ullll'Il Uiuuonai rigtiw oi uie ptopie or uie -lrrepresBiuiu nnu nnceasm? uosit.i-i,.or ...

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. — 3 October 1861

5 J .'.-... e ti .' .'., Ll,- W fi'J t;jj "V .'i v, t7 : w Np monni.'lo'sot'tif! t'Sttrrt Tim coastitijtion. puf A sached m a i mexar r e of that nsiuoiEM and the um'ox. . , ' i I. ' J VOL. lo,;:;:r v.;vi'aiithub, yiNton; county, oiiio, toxto 3, iso i; : , no. 7. ' ' tit ::i...w I' r ' 1 ' "'.'J f II 1''',.- ii;..;. I H 111 " I'l : !H - til V J V ! ll Ji . ' M 14 ,1 i-J I M r UJ . Ill IE! Irl. 91.. f W I V' .. ' . H . V 1 . . . -J4JU ML M LA . LC p ! fL ' J it a M -. 3 : : ' j i.. . .- - .;ii,is.-)Tcln2. K A ft W, E, BUA'l'OX 1 , Oinca in HrnUonfHoll(linj, ruiV'ofj Court Home, U Stftri ., r TFRMS 01Ti;UI.ir.4TIOX. ! On's Topy nre yc.il', In tdvoiice, ' 11.00 ' 1.81 if not t'Hi'l ftuerslx moniiii",' Ifnit until wltliiu tliovtttr, ;" I ' " ,00 li?" K'o pnrit will bo dnu-oiitinn nnlU 11 Rrirarajfcs M pi iil,mie tt tb optl.fl of ln iiti:nio.l V thi) Limit'. 1. cmlof tliOYtr.t l I l.c con-j TFRIIS Ot" ADYEUTlSINCi.. ' .' l.d . r 7 : 1 1 . i. . rwSqnaio thru lawrtliuis, , . n t ' Knoli Hc...

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. — 3 October 1861

1st. " pres" Cjt Ultjtljiiir jEhmotraf. E. A. BRATTOJf.flDiTon. -vux. 3. j ' MoAKTIlUK j ; Jr -- TiivrsdaY: s : : : : OCT. s, 1801. DCItlOCKA TIC UIsTION MEEIING! ,ETT U. IXA1JPOOL, K. A, BIUTTOJI. ruid olhers. will iuli!rcs III" c-or1e t AI.LEX8VILLE, on SATURDAY next. Come one enne all! witlmut repaid to piirty, and hear -tor votir- BvlvOB. HZTThc Cornet Panil is expected to bo in attendance. Attention ! DEMOCRATS. Atfempt8 nro Icing mdo bj tbe old opponent! of tho Democratic Partyjin nncvgntea, to seduce Democrata from their party allegiance. The Un ion and the Constitution having al ways been maintained by th Demo cratic party as the basis of its organi sation, wis can see no reason why any Democrat Blionld cease to act with it. Our party lias ever continued the main stay of the Government: Shall it now give its adhesion to another! which lor the first tuno in its exist ence has but juat found a plutfor-m not unconstitutional 1 . The Democratic party will contin ue to exist, tho...

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. — 3 October 1861

THE M'ARTHUR DEMOCRAT. . . iiS 7".'- ?5s. ,j LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Medical Card. Dr. E. Oo.ne may) bo epnaultad W Uulbptt'8 Hotel, on iho flnsfc fcaJtirdaj und Sunday after :U,e first iTu8day of each month, for. tljjnaoing mi months, commencing on.tba fint Sat urday iu October, 1861." No charge lor consultation and advico- bnt cash lor medicinea.. If you ara in ill health, consult Dr. Coke before It is too ate a 3 his pationta accord to him skill and success in the treatment of all form of chronic disease. acp25 Cm1. LOST AN OVERCOAT AND SHAWL! Sotno months sinco, I left an ever- coat and shawl at tho residence of some friend either in McArthur or vicinity. 1'iease !ea?o them at 10. A. Dratton's and oblige ' ' ' Yours, fcc, ' i DR. L. HOLLAND. Sept. 28, 1801.-tf. Serious Accident. We learri from J: S; McDowell, on' bid return from i'arkcraburgj Va., tMntCupt. H. S. Hamilton, of this place, who bad been busy all day with tho cavalry regiment, wont In from camp to tho Swan House,, and won...

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. — 3 October 1861

Acceptance of H. J. Jewel. Acceptance of H. J. Jewel. ZANESVILLE, Aug. 25, 1861. WM. A. JOHNSOM. Esq., WM. A. JOHNSOM. Esq., Sec'y Dem State Cn. Committee. o. t , '.' "' ?riw''tiyiiir.rv.f I t'Wllil i Is 1 1 I, its I I... I 1. niti I I II ion Convention a t'licirrn-ndiilato lor I,,. . n:.,n ..I 'I ,,.. nf I , ill 11 1 Mir I electron," -liinl .expressing tl.'oVpe tlmt I WiHlM flOWi't it. Under oidiruiry ciictilii'staiif&S, to ' 1 nominated H-r the highest . ffu-o in ., i . i.l m 4.... . -nuslv u.o ciii i i.e ;x'..p.e o. ii.on.iniiu , jn uie union, i.y n . oiivi'iiniuiMkinnu-: uti-liJi.d iiiul rirfStrilwic 60 Kr fro and lvRlvc-tal.li! t M vlrtioil of n . l.o ih.-oi.1c ol U. btuto, wonu i.oar t i l W- . .1 miiil ioei rouu - U'VOItitl oii till! XJOI mark ot rvnoct vliicli flny i-itiz 'ii lint, in view nf tlnv. ularniiiiir stiitc nf iVrl'; nro placod, tu bo indicated ly any considcriiMu jiii'iin nf my fellow cit iz;ns ns n siu'iiMc tiis ti to discliare the duties which tMraoWiiian-y ...

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. — 10 October 1861

8'a 18 l!l 1 ' : : o Hontu; no sotxiiriisDrn the constitution, but a sacked W41 iitVimWe of that ' imstii'um'e.'vt akd tub vniox. ; . a 'art ,.' , VOL.' 10. K.urr.-,:; m'Arthur, vinton - county, .dnio;ocTOBEit io.: .isei.vv,.,; Lt IT NO: 8. " n Vfhrlt rnw hhu -.if : :7 nil iw i t ur M a 1 111 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY E. A. V XV, E. BllATTOft . . Offlot In liraHon't'BalUiBf, Ea Court Ueuee, tp Blaira. TfittMuor rtiBiiCATioir. , On Copy on year, in advance, ',; I1. 1 f not paid after U nwnths. . .'.'.! If not paid within the year, , . , ,00 rw N.wannr will be discontinued until aU arrearages pail, unless at the option f the publishers. hen tlie pspor is not pwerea an contloacd at th aud of tbe year, U will be eon tinned. 1 . TCnX.1 OF ADYERTISIIfC. One 8inne three Inaertiona, ' ". i l,0O . Rwh additional lnncrtloa, ' ; . ,1S Cardaonefeur, I". '.. , KoilcMefapp'U Ex. Adma. OuaNTn, 10 " of Settlement - . , , attachment notice before J. P. '- " -1,00 Kilitorial notice per line, " OS f...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 10 October 1861

E. A. BKATTl'K.KuiTon. ,.,.,: or,.., TlirjUDAY ; : i Mc ARTHUR : - WT..i, !... Vinton County Election. The PwiiiocracV 'or vnitoo "have 1 ' ....; -n'. i. ! '1. !.. Oft Tls'c -fctRte" TTcl;lt. is alVnlit tl:c . .' i lp ij i looted Jiuvsciuativo y 05 uiHioritv. The biiliinra t't' thc"Fubion Abolition tichut 'is' elected I y 'eninll lildjnVitirS.' This result wns Ir-M.lt uLout ly t!ie 18th hiinent O. V. M., station ed at Athens. For soma tluye -pre-tions to the election, ii wus stated on the Btreeti, oc'ciisib'y 1'nr the iur)uso of iiiiblcrtJiii the , Duuuierata litre, tliut Gov. Dl nnieon Jiad ordered that no tnoi'c luilviilisv-ero to to rank'd, the regiment would bo ritjiiired to luoyo on. short iiotitc'i' and thwt the Colonel could not give any more pas aea 0vr the ruilroad, Are. This mean, low cuntiing presented Democrats froiu sending arter knnd ' paying ' tlic railroad laru of our Democratic 'sol diers, who vou-Id gladly havo come lionio to vote. The Firsion candidates howevir c:...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 10 October 1861

Special Olwrics, r. i r boon ad Farn Farn era, an dwitlTono accord the J y ttull for m iny die ease found !ti equ, av J Oa borsos, two or three application will eure tho Somiwbc, chf,-fl' Oil!.; wlist6T by the baracu, : .addle, .dr.av'JUrTlae , SSTh the wounds cloea; and thVCdraU fra4,i.riplie4 wiUi cure them m a fo day.- It -rill cur cracked hcoVand Cniii'r ia He Tongue, Canker or Sore Mouth, arTwton$ of the Sk'n, tdHag off of the Luir, tto. Eure tat and caked., eider la Cowi aroaoon cured. hy thi Cerate, j : . Sold by inedicino denier g.ncTllf.' Oct rd-4; . ; j .' ;! : ITDK. ; 0. RICHARllSON'S SHEKH WINK BITTERS.-Pharmaceutical PreperaMoi by a regular educated- Pliyaiclan iaone ojth. moat ileMint and vahiablo tonic of the dny.- iorori roonvarlng froni protracted! 'illneas, or those- who it tills pnrthiihr H'leon of theywar, ro subject to Jaundice, Sllabitnali Conetipaljonj, or any disease arising ffcm; a disordered Btym ch, Liver or Bowel4, will: find jn the Sbrr Wine Bitter' a! f...

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. — 10 October 1861

HIGHLY IMPORTANT DOCUMENT LETTER FROM MRS. FREMONT. To (fit Pmhtent ofth U. States: I was told jeetcrday by Mr. F. 1'. Ulair, sr., that five dajs inco a letter was reecived from hwsoa, Ool. Frank 1. Blair, and laid kforo you by bis eon, Postmaster General Blair, con taining certain statements respecting General Fremont ami liia military committed to you in that letter. . Af fairs are becoming quite alarming in the northern part of the State, as well as in the South. Men corning here to givo information are not allowed to approach Fremobf, and go away in disgust. I was further told by Mr. Dlair.that on that letter yon sent roetmaetcr General Blair to St. Louis to examine iuto that Department and report. On behall of, and as representing Gonentl Fremont, 1 have to request that I be fnrnifbed with copies of that letter And any other communication, if any, which in your judgment have made that'investigation necessary. I bavethe honor to be. Very respectfully, (Signed) JESSE BENTON FREMO...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 17 October 1861

:; ;! .A x A A. A . . 1 A -W I ' U MM. 1 M JH r ; -Fax M' l ' f fj7f p m M V. . . ., i .. V. . .. ' ! . -v ":. v-; -:vs-rr-wrr; t -, ' . NO NORTH, NO SOUTH, UNDER THE CONSTITUTION," BUT A SACRED MAINTENANCE OF THAT INSTRUMENT AND THE USION. M ARTIIUR, VINTON -COUNTY; OHIO, '0CT0BElt:i7, 1 18G1. ' VOL. 10. NO. 9. Of III w 1 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY E. A. A W, E. BRATTON Office in BraUon'irHnllding, East Court House, Up 8tain. of TEIIMS OF PUBLICATION. "ons Copyona'yW.inad'vanco, ' I, If not paid afterslx months, ?X U not pl4 within tho year, . , , . rar No paper will be. discontinued until all arrearage ire paid, unlaw at the option ofiiie publishers.- When the paper is no t ordered dis eontinued at th and of the yaar, it will bo cos-tinned.- '' ' TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Square throe insertion, " 1,0J , Ech additlonallnaertion, , ; ,5 Cm da one year, , ' Kotioea of app'U Ex. Adma. Cuard'u, 1,00 of Battlement ' " attachment notices before J. P. l.W Editorial notice per line, c tS...

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. — 17 October 1861

I. A. BBATTOV.Eeiroi. vMvi . ' . ',."- a i t jMoARTIIUn : THURSDAY : OCT. T, ISO I, LINCOLN CHARGED WITH TREASON! ' Some of oar Democratic friends, iiho went ofTJo this Union No-Party Fusion and Conservative UcpuUic&ns, can sea whore they re j?oiug to, by carefully reading the Allowing reso lutions passed at a Republican No 1'arty meeting held at Chicago, on Saturday, Oct. 5, 1861, on tho sub ject of tho modification of Fremont's proclamation by Lincoln, to wit: ' 'Wbtm, Th Slavery Ic cur Komftlic hv the cause of tbi war, nd the rebellion must bo ex terminate!, and the extermination of tlavery end tb proatrttion of th rebellion wwst be pursued at onoe as Ue fume jrincllo: "Keaolved, That we fully harmonit with tie resolutions pawed In mua nieeiiug at Coldwater, Micbigan; Davenport, Iowa; Cottage Hill, 111.; Itecino, Wla., AC, "Beaolvcd, Tbat wo look upon tbo modifying ct of President Lincoln as a kind of treason to wr country. "Resolved, Tbat wo request toe German and other cmb ...

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. — 17 October 1861

Sfptchl-Solicits,.;. , t-TO FARMERS A ND LIVEBY 6TABLI IEBPERS. IT. 8. A. Waaver'a Cerate baa beon-sxtensively osed by l ivery Stable Keeper tid Farmers, and with one accord tbey say that fir many diseases ia anlrr.&ls tbey have never found Its equal. On horses, two or three application wi 11 enre tha Soratohea, Chafer, and Galls, whether by the harness, saddle for otherwise Wash the Wounds clean, and the.Corate freely applied will enre them few days. It will cure cracka-a heel and Cancer in the Tongue, Cankor or Sore Mouth, affections oftheSktn, falling off of the hair, &. Sore teat and caked udder in Cow re soon cored by this Cerate. Bold by medicine dealer generally. Oct Jrd-4. fr DK. 8. O. RICHARDSON BllERRT WINE BITTER3. Pharmaceutical Preparation by rgularducatd Physician I one of tha most pleasant and valuable tonics of the day. Personsrecovoring from protracted Illness, or those who at this partlcuUr season of the year, are subject to Jaundice, (Habitual Constipation...

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. — 17 October 1861

Hie McArduir Dcniocral. CORRESPONDENCE OF RUSSELL OF THE LONDON TIMES. WASHINGTON, Oct. 10. WASHINGTON, Oct. 10. [...] is the End to Be! - Ami feliui is llio end to Ik ) Tlicro is it t.stlt'fi in Foino nic-n'a minds tliut tlieru vill bo a comjiroiuide tliut r. etroti? Doniocratie lenitum and a grent l'cuce party will &iio which will oust Hiu piuaent Administration, nnd carry sonic anamues on viliicli North ami South will tind a l&m tn reet proposition! for mutual 8j;ret incnt. To my limited vision the ideai 'Kninik miirn illnanrv Tim Krmlli Sfl not beaten, will be content witl 1 10 forme. sll.ii f.l I iiil.timtil..tirrk u.t "domination." The North is now ir- litatedjride and pafsiun aie aroused, and the Peace pidty is losing, instead of gaining gruuui, owkig 10 the ac 'tion of the Government aud to the 'violence of the populations, which have resulted in something very like tenorism. The freedom of the L'rum has ceased tj exist in its full uccepta :tion. It is guaranteed by ...

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. — 24 October 1861

If Hiiff iTf1r:; ' Jy:rwJ!k$: Mil 4 Jv NO NOKTII, NO SOU11I, VNDCIt THE CONSTITUTION, BVT A SACRED MAINTENANCE OF THAT INSTHL'UIEM' AND THE VOL. 10. M'AETHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, OCTOBER 21, 1801. NO. 10.; UNION. r. . .1 . Sjie Ultrljut Scmocrat.' PUBLISHED KVEItY THURSDAY BY E. A. W, E. BICATTON OMoe in Urntton's Buildings, East Court Home, Up Stain. of ' TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Oat Copy one yesr, In advance, $1,00 If not paid aftersix month, 1,50 If not paid within tho year, 8,00 pST No paper will be discontinued until all arrearages re paid, unions t the option ofiho publtshera. When the pspcr li not ordered din continued t the end of tho year, it will bo con tinued. TEEMS OF ADVERTISING. One Equate three Insertions, ' 1,00 Kach additional Insertion, . . ' ,23 ' Hards ono yr, 'Notioei of pp't Ex. Admi. Qnsr. 'n, l,oO " of Settlement . " , , Uttaehmont notices b4foro J V. 1,00 'J. iUitorlal notice' per line, 05 jTA Uboral deduction will be inade to yearly advertisers. All edver-dsc...

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. — 24 October 1861

Btricken, anil supping the wliolo Uonfcderatti forces wvuld be down up on litem, immt'dialj evacUiiUdklJ9 fort. Tlu'V sv fire to the fort In my. eral places before they luft. K'jrty Ar izoniaoi, undvi the .jwnufiiiid ol Capt. Hare, immediately, took poeussion in tho name of ttf IWnfcdcritcy, put out the fires, and kept guard overjiie property. The express asked for im mediate assistance, ns between JL-xr-ans and Indians the; had their bunds.' fttttnTorecthig"fhoiorL8;'Tho pronqr.yftnd stores arc eat-mated to tooi'SSOtf.OOO value. The f.-rt is b,pjU pfEtuno. aud .. tha garrison ,liaiK jbeon busily engaged lor several iiionUia" 'live companies o United States regH lars. - ,A battery, of flying; artilltry w abaujd, nuharu)edr coii&iotin 'pf four six-onnd era and two-twelve .poiuidaj'6,, i,A largo amount of ammu-J I.'.T." i ti ..... I1IUUI). H,vcu. a intra lasniu wuc .fuHjBnppljcs .jur six months for a six company post, ; Capt.- Walker's com- Ml on tnor inorning , ot the ytii mantnt...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 24 October 1861

aa 5pttial-'otifi(5,- 1 f J3fT0. FARMERS AND LlVEBY STABLE IKSl'Kai.-L'r. 8. A. Wearer's Cerate baa feootseKteaslvely ued,by Livory; 8tblo Keeper eplFanreri, and with one accord thej ay th fprsjia f diseases la sniur.als the; hvo Dover found lyi equal. 3(esee, two or throe applications w! 11 cure f,b e Scratches, Chafes, ud Galls, whether by tha harness, saddle .or. otherwise" Wash tho wojuda.olranl.and the.Cerate freely applied will eureJhjmitL, a few day It will cure crackers hoele and Cancer in tho Torigue.Ceriksr or Bore Motb,sflections of the Skin, fulling off of the lajs, 4c.f Sore teat and caked udder In Cowa are aoonj. cured by. this Cerate. Sold by medicine dealers generally. 1 , yt lr4-4w'. tTJ)R. 8. 0. RICHARDSON'S SHERRY WETETHTTERS Pharmaceutical Preparation by a regulareducated Fhysician is one of th 0 most pleasant and valuable ton! of the daj. Fenwna recovering from, protracted illnoM, or those who at this particular searon of the year, an sutjjqct o, Jaundice, IlakR...

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. — 24 October 1861

WAR WITH ENGLAND! Important Circular from Secretary Seward! '.Tlio following im)ortiint circular lias been sent to Gov. Morgan, and eiirilur ones to the Governors of r!1 tbe States on tho seaboard and lakes: DEPARTMENT OF STATE, WASHINGTON, Oct. 14, 1861. To Hit Excellency the Gownoruof the Stale oJYno 2 ork: . Sir: The present insurrection had not efen revealed itself in arms when disloyal citizens hastened to foreign countries to invoke their intervention for the overthrow of the Government, nd tlieMcatructiou of the National Union. Thesclaprents nro knuirn to have mado their appeals to somo of the more important ' States without success. It is not likely, however, that they will remain content wk!i such refusals, linked, it is under stood that they are industriously en deavoring to accomplish their disloyal purposes byfdegroe8 and by indirec tion. Taking advantage of tho em barrassments of agriculture, manu factures end commerce In foreign countries, resulting from the insurrec t...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 31 October 1861

i ' ... M A 1-1 . t.:;.i- m in - ii . itc.' JVJW; ... !' I I ii ,JHO MOUTH, NO SOUTH, UKDERTUE CONSTITUTION, BUT A SACKED MAINTENANCE OF THAT INSTRUMENT AND THE UNION. - M'AllTIIUIt, VINTON. COUNTY, OHIO, OCTOBER 31, 1861. NO. 11. ft'.. : ' ' , 1 rftlf I III 1 1 1 T Ml IJI I ftl El Iff i n ri ' i'i iti - . ' "sr . PMXWIIED EYIBY THURSDAY BY. W, E. BHATTON Odlee lee if U rattoa's f Building, East of Court Hsusey Up Stairs. ' TERMS Of PUBLICATION. One Codt on to if. lo sd vsncs. ' ' f 1 ,X If not paid after si a months, 1,6S If to catd within tbe year, 1,00 IS1" No paper will ber discontinued until all arrearages are paid, nleseatthe option ofOie tmhll.hara. Whan tht naner la not ordered dis continued at tht sad vhyaaf, it wlllbaien-' tinued. .'n. r V 1 .TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OnaSqnarathraalnaarUoDi, $1,00 Eaok additional insertion, ,iS Cards ana tsar, - .- huik- . Notioasof app'ta Ki . Adms. On I,00 " , of Bettlsmeul " . .ittaonment a-lisaa before J. P. 1,00 ,. Xdl tori. 1 notices pe...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 31 October 1861

E. A. BRATTON, Editor JJeAKTHUR TIH7HSDA.T"!"! :5 : "f OCT. it 1881. Wood and Coal Wanted! . Cannot some one w)h owes lis on Bubtrtioo,"8cnd pa in Coal and Wpbdr' Wefiaye been without wood fofjiwo i, recks. ItacU' one expects some odier one to bring Id wood. So wi get aerie. Some Irian can do as ft faVor br'stat'tloem' toati;1 ' ' .' "AMERICA AND HER DESTINY." (Wo have ruseived a pamphlet of some 15 pages, of tho abore title.pur pflfting to be. an'' MDspiratiotial dis coo'rw' grven extemporaneoubly at Dodworth'a Hall, N. Y., on Sunday evening, 'Apg. 25th, . 1861, through Emma Ilardiogo, by tho Spirit." Tuq peculiar character or quality oi 'ttia spirits," are riot Bet forth; .but we presume they were good I , oho in yokes utha spirits" in a brief iatcrrog atory to Old Father Adam, endear oring to 'ascertain his whereabouts and brings that aocfent gentleman to a strict account for . the condition o things In America. We, too, think that if the old fellow had anything to dd' with the m...

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. — 31 October 1861

JCKEPERd. Dr. S. A. Weaver' Cerate lias been exunsi vol y twodby Livery Stable Keeper and f afnars, and with ona accord thoy say tha for many diseases in animal they havo never Jound It equal. On hot tea, two or three applications will cor the Soratcbes, Chafes, and Galls, whether by the harnees, saddle Cor otherwise Wash the wounds clean, and the.Cerat freely applied will are them In a few day. It will cur cracke-g loels and Cancer in the Tongue, Canker or Sore Mouth, affection or the Skin, falling off of tlw hatf, ie. Bore teat and caked udder in Cows are soon eured by this Cerate. . SoKl by medicine dcaltrs generally. Oct trd-aw. RT DB. 8. 0. KICIIARDSON'8 SIlEIiKY WINI BITTERS. Pharmaceutical Preparation by a regularedncated Physician is one of th most pleasant and valuable tonics of the day. Porsous recovering from protracted illness, or t hose who at this partieular season of the year, re subject to Jaundice, .Ilubitual Constipation, or any disease arising from a disordered St...

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