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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 December 1862

MARIETTA AND CINCINNAT RAILROAD. Twins run as follow t GOING EAST. " 1 ACCOMODA- . ttATE. TIOi: BAY BAIL. Cincinnati, 8 30 p.m. 7 40 a.m. Blauche!er, 5 38 p. m. 9 32 a. m. Greriifiield, 7 18 p. M. U Oi A. M. Chillitollie, 8 20 p M- 12 22 P.M. llamden, aruive. I 3(1 p. m. Zaleski, 2 (J6 p. M. A:hen, 3 07 p. m. Marietta, 8 W8 p. M, J'srkesliurg, 6 00 p. M. AltUlYK. AftMVK. GOING WhST. ACOONODA-I LP A YE. TION. DAT MAIL. Parkersburg, Marietta, Athens, Zaleeki, tlamdrn, Chilliroihe, Greenfield, Blanches ter, Cincinnati, AKK1VK. 6 40 A. M C 15 A M. 8 30 a. m. 1) 31 A. M, II AVE. 5 0'J A. Mi 0 04 A. M 7 53 A. M 9 45 .1. M AKKIYK. 10 04 A. M. 1133a . M. 19 30 P. M. 1 W P. M. asp p. m. akkivk: ' ' ' JOllN.DU . UA.dun't. M.iy 19th 1861 lyr. " '. . T00KCTELAT)1S! BROWN'S USPEHSlOil VY A 1ST And Improved Mttrl MaM PATENTED DEC. 30,, 1S.VJ. 3IHS. SARA Si f. K1SG, Ajjent, JlcArthiir, O FOR VINTON Cul'HTV, tTrnnt.l) aav to Ladies who vln VV HKALTH COMFORT, Mi UTY and FASHION, are, must respecilnl...

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. — 18 December 1862

.1 T i j NO NOIIT1I, NO SOUTH, UNDER THE CONSTITUTION, BUT A SACKED MAINTENANCE OF THAT INSTHUJTIENT AND THE UNION. VOL. 11. M'AHTHUR, VINTON COUNTY. OHIO, DECEMBER 18, 1862 NO' 18.- 1 ''jj I 4Mf i h w in r A Documeut for the People to Read. The President's Emancipation Proclamation Shown to be Unconstitusional Shown to be Unconstitusional —Able Speech of Judge Comstock, of New York, Delivered at Syracuse on the 24th of October, 1862. Wo trust not opo of our readers will fail to peruse tlio following extracts from a speech delivered at Syracuso, New York, by Judge Coinstock, one of the ablest jurists of that State. Extracts from Judgo Comstook's Speoch.J Fellow Citizkns : On tlio 22d of September last tlio intelligence and patriotism ol tlio con u try were surpris d and startled by a proclamation of the President of the United States which throws off the musk ol conser vatism under which tho policy of this ivuiamiBiniuou seems to nave Wk'U in somodegroo disguised, and embodies in th...

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. — 18 December 1862

lif H. A. liit.v iTO., : : ; : i-;umH. " WHITE MEN S1IAU. Hl'J.K AMKUICA.' McAKTIIUJi : TinmsDAV. : : di:c. is. iHii2. Heiiro for the Constitution nun in, the Union m it ivm. Wo nxk fur no tiiuc iu:rc; wo submit to nothing Ii-kh M'e xpciik purely hn Amcriiiui i iitriuts Let .I,litiiiillrtnd SccusmoiiMm ulikt tnkc kccd." Dr. Olds yet Imprisoned. Notwithstanding tho jcojlo elected Df. Olds to tho Legislature of O'liio, from Fairfield County, it seems Lin coln is determined to keep liim im prisoned in Fort hi layette. Wc bin e no doubt that Lincoln will keep hi in thero for tlio purpose of preventing Dr. Olds to lake his scut until after they elect Bun. Wade or hl-iu j othci Abolitionist to tho United Staled Sen ato. Honest- Abo will nut do any thing that will in nny way ell" ct the Abolition cause. After the Legisla ture elects a Senator, Dr. OMj will be roloused. Wc notice o::r Congress tnen lias Bent a petition to Lincoln, demanding tho Dr.'s release, in the natno of tho people of O...

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. — 18 December 1862

The McArllmr Democrat, LOCAL DEPARTMENT. SM. PETTENOILL & CO.. AdYcr'.liMi Ajronti, No.. 87 l'ark Knw, Nuw York & JStutoStrout. Jiost.m arts our AfrntM niulnre nthorizcl to tnko A lvertiMniuui Bud Sul eriptious fur unat our Lowutt liuton. CASH SYSTEM ADOPTED. TliU Oilico will liurcHl'mr be euinliuitud on tli .CASH SYSTEM. Wn are ooinpo'.lod to Py csu for tiur j:if.er, ai;.l it a Urffe advance iu price, lubor iu tliu Oi'.ioo, liyhtH, fuel, t:ixu, iuk, matoriaU of evory k'lul, and every thing we uo ; an J an ever otlior busiuemi is now cur ried on, by the cash eyatuni, wc oo nu reason why UiUOitko ihould not du thu famo. In or der to givo Mma to meet this cluing) wo will give until THE flHST DAY OV J.YNUAKY, lSt!8, to j.ay U, und K'ib.nnbo fur anotlior year. As au inducement wo will take at t lie rate of ine dollar per year until tlio First cf January iext fnm all who aro indebted on Mibscription, aflur t lint tiino ll.o udverti.-cd raU-s, will liccli:irod, and all cluiniM imi...

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. — 18 December 1862

tXjjt "SUSify" gtmotrat. f ULltfHBD KVKBT THURSDAY BT X. A. & W. E. BRAXTON. OFFICE: la ratteVe BtUn, KaM cf Coari II - t'p Stair. TERM OF PUBLICATIOH. On eepy one year In advanee, 1,00 If not paid in advance, 1.8 lfaelpaid withinthevear, l,oo tffpuptr wlU'i dlenn'lnoedontllll mnMin paid, vnbwatllo 01 lion of tht oMUaers. Whh'rpor i'do ordervd dw eeatiaaed at tha ond of the y er. TERMS OF ADVS8TWINO. ' OnaBsaarsorkeinwtion, l'-J Sine Square thro in-wrtin, l,1" joh additional lnet;i'n, .2 Cards one year, 6' -f tiuof appointments of drulmstra i Guardian and Executor.. itUehment notice before J. P. 1, Uitril notlos per iine, 0 37 A liberal deduction wlllb male t.iveer dvertier. All advertisements payablein nee er on demand. afThe abovtermsmut be oemplled with vAH payments most bs made to the Pro ctors, as w have no agent. lie Democrat J obOHieo. N ar prepared toexe with neetno, ateh nd t prlco th y oompeWtiou, tlads sf Job Work, aa K)KS, ABlrilLETS, 11 AND BILLS, 8110V HILLS, rOSTE...

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. — 22 January 1863

i " 1 I Lit no jnoi; ii, no solxii. uxdei! TiiE'coNsfitlCi'low, but a sacked ?i AixvKXAM r of that issTiirnirrvT AD Tiii: rfcjoN.v, VOL. II. M'AllTIIUK, VINTON, COUNTY, OHIO, JANUARY it ISW; NO 0 0 r i p i I i- ? i j I ill i iti ii.- I tti r1 I Z I Ifcl ill Vi . I 4 I I ' hi 114. I r A i: f i aj ij ri i i i i ih n . W v !'.: .'1 rjuni.ii KVK.nr TnrBsrAT nV 1 A. & W..:E". BliTT-ON. , - OFFICE: hn Hltoa'ii naiHin, I'nst of Conr Th DemmViiaT will bo f nit nno yf nr for Ono .ll4r; S.x Miihtli. l'"T Fif.j' CuuU; Tlirco M'it'n, f ' r.TMii)-fti' :ent. j-y pior Ul bo oii-coiitir.uo J at tho ipif.ln ofths ti'mt pai'l fir. j nvr'i.s Ai)VKKU!iati,'. '' , Sciuwr ttt lnetiott 0,75 ' UinSjiuftl'irooiurtKins, ' l.'"' in i iti(inun:irii.iii, 5, 'ti Na.lv .if mr....l..t n in . . Irli!niMr- f,lianrJiun't KxiHuo.r. - 1. A'.tli'iiontii'itiou- li.-'V.ru J . V. I,.''1' ' X.lltnrlul uotl f crlii c, (;'-. JST T'1" liniH minion liiir"'t nw mi i inro. i a.l A. ltfcTtitncnlH "J '-''K111 Nutico. n.Hi-t k U...

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. — 22 January 1863

Extracts From Gov. Tod's Message. O nr.'rmM if lt Smalt and llouu of Reprtitntatirt t Tin re never litis been a period in t!io history of onr State when a faith J hiiJ vigilant tffint t duty, on t ho part otjho people' representatives. whs moio required t)in At the pros--Uit. . .(Tim Question of man's cit'scitv ! r te.i govt rnnit-nt is yet unsettled.) The lin.tic rtl'oi of wicked nnil lad i.in-iu overthrow onr beautiful and 'icttvetily form cf government, whicti t.v.-ted at tin rwt'oj of your aIjouri tuci t, lhs not yet been qtiel'ed. We were pi ven thu rein of our State Gov ti cnt, tor tliti time being, by ftn hon est and eop.fidii.g constituency, with n i . . . i i special view to carry oni ireir wisnes in inain'aining the government as bunded down to them by their father; Vu should look well to it, then, that v-edonot disappoiut their txpcctu tiolis. It is not necessary to discuss (lie question presented by tliis rebellion uitlt the pui plo of Ohio. They havo with great nnanimit...

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. — 22 January 1863

V tlia,Mho Jftsri-BS f the Uuito'l'taii tne sumo inattor buTojo then. Dd jl rtbly J;;Pc-tg.,vern,d luetuare materially ancting tho wholu Subject, it is, therefore, recomnun ded that you rt;.ione all action,1" looking to tKo r-ehnrter of oar bank-1 ' lug institutions, and thereby leave tlio "" biatter to onr successors. .. It will be seen Iromtho Auditors rport, that tbu total amount of taxes levied daring tlio year 1301, was Si I. 071,127 8; that tho ordinary expeii C of thu Statu tfiiviTtunctit foi the year, wire $715 414.13; and that there wits jiaid, t. r interest i n th; Statu debt. $74 339.83 That the int'ro in lebtednws of th"! State, n thu 15th day if Novcnibor. A. D., 1861, wa SU 897.273.34, thu snmot $755,610.73. Ic'avinsr'dne November 15. lSftiJ, 313 141,GG6 61 That ofihS tU'or, tlio enin i($2. 879.37J.29 is iinducib'e; thati.frhu bliiime, S357.8S3 86 U payat.lc, both .principal d iuturest, nt the K late Treasury and is dvsijjiiat-d, from tin f itt, hs the Domestic debt l ...

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. — 22 January 1863

'- ' t jal Xlolitts. Mi i: III 11 'S .SALE. William U.-Dnnglafr., ) ' , ac.sii.it I On Older of Bale. Jottepb Wllci.cl m A others J TlY 'f & 0"br of ' nu directed I " JD fn m Hi Court of Common I'less of lmn tVuii') , Ol io, 1 will fl'er for sale at t"f door of i t C. ml Holme, in McArlhur, In said ''"'Tr I On M'edHtuJ-tg the 11th dayofltb f " ' tunnj A. A. 18C3, - St tire bntir toit o'clock-, I'. M.. of a!d da", tha tolliwintf Ti'cry. lo wit: l.oi lumber, d 1 eniy flva, ('.'5) In'tlm Town of Alluiiaviilr, Vii.ti'U C fu n , Ohio; being tho mine I.i't m v lo. h tl ill's vf 11. o aaid !eUi H.,ta, Joseph V. ilei x. ute sitoatid. Ai-o In-ti l No. IS. in tbstrwn ft Aliensti'.lo. AI'O. the ;it half (f the west half C.f the rnrtli-wcs qtiancr of ree'lou No. 9, trr.n-l.ip, S.i. 9.. f rkie. H, containing tilty-ciht inure r Taken tin rmi.nrty of mi l J. cph fnnaatisfr judgment and decree iu favor cf l)wiir. Jumna. Ar ('. ; Apiint-d follows, viz: In lt Nur. iH-r pn.id at 1 1' 00. jn-l't Nn...

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. — 5 March 1863

T f .i.'j.". i" c . ; - ... ,'.'-..1 :! , IV. ,'VlU ...' II ' ; . .. V . : f. el ? .t .-. ' r,..- - i NO NOll II, NO SOUTH, VKDEli Tilt CONSTITUTION, BIT A SAC It ED JI AISTENAWCE OF THAT INSTHUiriENT AMtI THE UNION. ' - ' ' v..-. . . : ... . . .. ' . . I H ....... ' - VOL. 11. ' , M'AIlTIIUll, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MaBCII m. : : AW'".' rT 4 ' lii I I M ..Ml 'J t;M kl ! i ! I. Ill t-tBtxix gemffcrat.'" 1 .f1 l,Vi PUlJ18pKI BVEEY THHB8DAT BT E.A. & W. E; BR ATT ON. V'm'vV, OFFICE: ' hi BrattoV- Duiluinit, Enst of Cor t (;..' - Honre, Up Stairs. lu.i: -i TERMS, CASH. . I. ('r! ThDioORiT will bo entone ytmt for On Pollrf 8iMMiH-Mor iifty ConU Thre L ' rn .. ... Pnla t-1 tsr All ttr will b dltoonflnned t tn .'. ftM T . n lit.. tlnMMUfor. :)' .,, . 'ATES FOR ADVEIlTISIjrGr I wU w -"w. f " . ' " 1 lidoh nJditional iniisrlioD, ,iiS 1 Curda on year, 6,UU Niiof polntmen-,ofdmlnltr- t rB,Uurdiaand Exoontors, 1,60 Attuohmanlnotioei before J. P, 1,50 Editorial notices per Una, 19" Ton lines ...

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 March 1863

the monarch, and appealed to the -Jrwt Charter against such au invas- iun of the liberty of the subject ; and the royal prerogative of King J aims h in vaiu invoked lor her removal (torn the realm. Tlicso aro not imaginary but real Usuus. Tliey are btfuro us to-day and must bo met. lie who seeks to evade them is a knavo--he who date not meet them is a criminal. This is no tiuio to pause and inquiro who is to blame. Lot us pass over that lor the present at least, In silence, and act together in advocacy of that policy by w Inch alone the Union can he restored and the nation saved from destine tion. And let us UJt forget, sir, that thers sfiould be no trifling with the feelings or the passions of the people. Let those who as partisans nplruld and justify the arbitrary act) ot the Ad ministration agtiinft loyal citizen,! remeinSer that we Democrats can nvxo turn tht labia upon them. We are no longer an insignificant a down trodden minority, but a powerful parly a majority in the State....

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 March 1863

ITIia IT t Hliut Tlnninpif iuo a.v,...H.u,,aU.uuM, OFFICIAL OBOAN o? VINTON COOKTY. I LOCAL DEPARTMENT. fill TCI &Q4D TO WIALTH, II TO ADVERTISE TuvxiirNiis. TKRMS, PAY IN ADVANCE. SI PKTTENOILL & CO.. Adverlib-n Atonte, No.. 87 1'urk Kow, New Yurk & State Street. Boston are our Agent mid nro authorized t take JvorUmtmunM aud Sub. ripltoua for nxut our Lowest Kutun. CASH SYSTEM ADOPTED. - Thl Oiflce will hereafter he conducted on tli CASH SYSTEM. Wo are compelled to fy oiih for our paper, and ut large a I v unco a prioe, labor la tho Utllcu, lights, fuel, Uxor, Ink, ruatoriuls of ovary k'u.l, aud every tiling wi una; and as every other business In now our rlsd on, by the cash system, wo aeo iiu rfusou wbjr this Ollt'.'O should not d' the same, lu or der to (five Mm to moat thi change wo will give until THE Jf'lKSl'- DAY Ol JANUAUY, 1H8, to pity up, and N'lWriho lor another jut. A aii iiiducomout we will take nt tho rate of oho dullur par year until tlio First of January ...

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. — 5 March 1863

The West Taxed for the Benefit The West Taxed for the Benefit of New England—Speech of Hon. S. S. Cox. Mr. Cox proves that the peoploof the West are taied one hvnarcd and ifly jtr cent for tha benofit of New England, The House of Congrfsa Wing in committee of the Whole, considering the bill "To provide ways and means for tbo support of the Government," and the tending amendments, Mr. Cox obtained the floor and said : I move to amend by striking out the words," except duties on imports.' The reason for this amendment has, jut donbt, been suggested to the com ) mittoe ol Ways and Means by the gentlemen from Fennsylvania Mr. Stevens, and others. Payment ot thu public dues ought to be nnilorm. That is very clear. Perhaps it is inv possible- at this day to make it uni form, either all in gold or all in pa per. But it has a bad effect, eepecia lly to one clasB of people and one sect ion of the country. Tho retention of these words, "except duties on im- Korts," requires the import dutius ...

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 March 1863

EI lIJL 1 uIl- ' 'V i NO NOII II, NO SOUTH, UNDER THE CONSTITUTION, BUT A SACRED JUAIXTENANCE OF THAT INSTRUMENT A!D THE UNION. ;vol. n. M'ARTIIUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MARCH 12, m. NO 80. j Ji t i m UAH :8ty 9tmacrat- polished every tiiorsday ht E.A. & W. E. BRATTON. OFFICE: la Urattou't nulluing, F.iwt of Conr Hou'e, Up Stair. TEltMS, CASH. TboDiMoeiivtwtU ?nB yar. forr,nM nolUr i BU Months "for Fifty Cents; Tlin M.nthv fo-Twenty-five CenU. rar papera WiU.be discontinued at tU xplralion of th. time paid far. 1 TtATES FOtt ADVERTISING. ) Square oM insertion, fO,,S Keli additional iiiiteitiuii, 5 Card one year, 6iu0 Haiioe or appoitmon -s of A dminlstra- tJfi.UttardUnaudExcutor, 1,50 AUaohmontnoiiueebeloroJ. I. 1,W Editorial notioei per line, 0 Ton lines miuion clir(jed as one iqunro, aad all Advertionottt aud Ugnl A'uiioc muot be paid in advance. ' lj-A liberal aodttOtlonwillbemaJctjyear- dvortiaer. V-" rii.aboveteriniiranst booompliod wi'.li if"AU paynteuta must be mada to llt...

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 March 1863

Treasurer at the loft Laud of tho Provident. Secretary at the right hand of tie President. JNlttrshal near Iho Vice President. Herald within tho inner door. Sentinel without tho outer door. FURNITURE. Altar, Holy Bible, Docluration.U.S. Constitution, Flag of Liberty, Cen ter of Incenuo, Sword, Gavel ''and Ballot Bx. OPENING THE COUNCIL. [The P. assumes the chair, and gives three raps with the gavel.] P. Iain now about to oticn Council. If there are any persons present not qualified to sit with us, they will pleaeo retire to the ante room. Mr. M, you will pleaao exam ine, and satialy yourself that all proa ent are duly qualified, and report. The M. makoa careful exaininition him reporto'i P. The ofljeora will tako their respeetiro stations. S., eecuro the door. FThe door is closed ! M.13y the authority of tho P. I proclaim this Council opo'u tor the transaction of such bueiiK'83 as may be lawlully brought before it. Mombers respond "So bo it." ORDER OF BUSINESS. 1. Calling tho roll o...

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. — 12 March 1863

ThC IfcArllllir DemOCmt. OFTICIAL ORGAN OF VINTON COCNTY. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. TIUI ROAD TO WKALTU, IS TO AOV1KTISI yosa iDirKies. TERMS, PAY IN A D V AKCE. OM. PETTENIULL fc CO.. Advcrtiisn kj Agents, No. 87 Park Kow. New 1 ork & Htt tftrnot. Boston are our Airoiits and ure authorized to take .advertisements una out), eriplions for mat our Lowest Kates. The Conscript Act. This law ot Congress wo will pub Hah' next weof. It contains some most infamous provisions. Tho law is clearly unconstitutional and void, if we can only have it adjudicated up on. .We shall give sorao of tho pro visions of tho Constitution that it vio lates. ' Tho people in the moan timo will look out for Trovost Marshalls and other ofilcerj, settling down among them, as thick, and ten times more(oi a curse, than tho locusts of Egypt. For the McArthur Democrat. Mb. Editor. "One w ho subscribed" anil Others would.like to know what had become jt hur'ouly $5" and other funds. Can the little one who owns the Miliiaay...

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. — 12 March 1863

The Conscription Bill-Sharp Personalities between Vallandigham Personalities between Vallandigham and Campbell, of Penn., and Bingham, of Ohio—Debate in the House on the 22d. [From the New York Tribune.] . Mr.'WicklilT, (Union) of Kentucky, moved to instruct the commute tu amend the bill so that it shall bo the duty of a commander ot troops at any Dost, on tho days of election for na tional or Statu election, to remove 1 and keep the troops tno mile from tho j pol la during the holding ol'said elect- ions. , Mr. C) (Djiu., Oliio) moved to i amend by adding the proviso that j none shall boonrolied under this bill ab'o bodied white oitizei: of United Statis. Mr. liiddlo (Uem., i'enn.) express- j 'cd himsolt in h.vor ofan oiganizition of tho National furcei. 'j)at there j several unlbrtun tte features in 1 tiiis bill which L'j wished remedied j by amendments. The Bank Bill and this, taken in connection, changed the' whole system of our Government. Instead of a constitutional form ol'Go...

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 March 1863

I i,i ii III I'l o 111 NO NOH II, NO SOUTH, t JVDElt THE (CONSTITUTION, BUT A SACKED MAINTENANCE OP THAT INSTRUMENT AND THE UNION. VOL; II. M'ARTHUIl, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MARCH 19, 186& iST0 31. &t 'B&M gemocrat. i. rpnauKit bveet Thursday" by KSA. & W..E. BRATTON. OFFICE: i Bratton's Builuing, Eaat of Cor House, Up Stairs. .-TERMS, CASH. Tns Dbmoobat will be sent one year fur On Dollar; Six Month, 'for Fifty Cent;. Three ftUnths, fot Twnty-fiv Cents. . py All paper will be discontinued at the Kpijatloo oftb tlra paid for. , - t -I. i ... i... r,. T TEV Ott ADVERTISING. ' On Square on insertion, 0,tS JCsoh additional insertion, ,'i6 Cards on yar, . S,w ' Noils of appolntnien of Administra tors, Guardian nd Executors. 1 ,60 Altaabuieulnotiaes before J. Ft 1,60 Editorial notices per line, jo EtT. Ten Uos minion charged ae onesqaare, ana all Adverilteinuni auu iugui nouues mam be paid la advance, fa?" A liberal detlaotlonwlUbemadctoyear- ly advertisers. fTf he above t6...

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. — 19 March 1863

SJrJBSrtjiw democrat. V.. A. HRATTO., lift EDITOR ' V.-. " WHITKj MEN PIIAI.l. RII.K A1IKKIOA.' AicARTIIUJi, OHIO: rif tusijay - n itc.n i, isca. fcjr niK coxstiti'tiov as i is. THK UNION AS II WAS. TIl. N ECHO WI1EKE HI) IS, and te Enlnrcemnut r tke Law ttgiilnst nil Ollicer who 'hare nsnrped Authority, n well bi the ' vMfW.-aiki )ummil ttiMiibci il tne Law. Fok I'rlsidhht in iy(!4, ' HORATIO SEYMOUR, Or HEW YORK, Subject to the deckion of the Democratic National Convention. The Draft or Conscription Act. i Wo lay before our readers tliia law, cs passed by tlie lato Abolition Con gress. Just , take a squint at the Whereas, buforo you reud t'nrtlior, and see what cursed Lypocrita theso Con gressmen -were. It is sickening to hear such men talk of actinjj utider the Constitution, and tor the purpose of maintaiuing the Constitution and Union. If you are not sick of each etufl', just get down your Constitution of the United States, and of Ohio, while we compare -notes, Tho Con etitution...

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. — 19 March 1863

Iho lIcArlliur Democrat. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF VINTON COUNTY : ... j-L LO C'A L D E 1' A.R T M EN T . H T8C BOAD TO WEALTH, IS TO ADVIRT1II ToniiBUBrMtfi. TEKMa, FAY IN AUyAmK .S; M PW.TTENUILL A CO.. Advertiisn v ini Wo. 87 1'arli Bow. Now York & iir-.. itnt Rn.'wn am onr Agents and vre ltithorized to take .daveriiBomeui u HUi. riplioof for neat oat Lowest Katee. u w..y..i - -- . ..- -- J 0k ExTEXSIYlt AttlVAL OF NEW GOODS Rt tha Cheapest Oash Store of J. K 'Will, arid mow opuuicg, for tie epriug trade'. 'J'fc. Willis itetermioed to buddIy all tho want of tho public.and lii9, just in "tiaio tel'oro the lato rais id goods', made another large pur chase,' of every variety of New Spring gtylei of Goods of every qnallity and price. Ilaviug piircbasoltho Arnold property on the 8.E". "coruor of Alain and Market Sta., lie is now 'preparing to enlarge Lis establishment' aud em proving extensively. We are glad to dee a novr energy springing up in our town'. We hopo to hoar of oilier iuiprov...

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