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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 16 March 1855

Ffi n i mmmmm NO NORTH, NO 60UTH, NO EAST, NO WEST, UNDER THE CONSTITUTION;" BUT A t ACRED MAINTENANCE CF THAT INSTRUMENT AND TRUE DEVOTION tO OUR COMMON COUNTRY. - PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. E. A. BKAT'I'ON EDITOU ANO lMtOFlULnoU. TERNS. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOL. 3. M1 ARTHUR, VINTON CO., O. FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1855. JNO. 30. F1 JCrA fK: mm Wll UK The H'Arlliur Democrat. " TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION I $1,00 pir yeur.and if nol payed vithin the year, $2,00 will be chargtd. These Terms mutt be strictly complitd vith, and no paper will be discontinued until oil arrearages are paid, unlet at the option of the publinhcr. TEEKS Or ADV ERTISINO, (CT One square, thirteen lines or less first three insertions jl 00 Each additional insertion 25 Cards one ear, .$3.00. A liberal dtduction will be mode to per sons ndtertising by the yror. All vdvertistments payublein advance or on demurd Agents fur the "Mrtliur Demorrat." Tbt following Qaotlrman will Rtc.lv and Rtcalpt for Bub.cnption...

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. — 16 March 1855

THE DEMOCRAT. Uifoire of the People is thr Soprtme Uw, AND THEIR MOTTO, JjJBERTY& E. A. 1UUTTOX. Editor. M'AhTliLK, JWMl 10,18557" V. B. rALMLR'S jrwtjipr Eabtcrlptloa and AdTtitltinf Afencjr Philadelphia, New Yi-ek, Huston and Bal Tiiiobe, is our authorized agent to receive and receipt for subscription end advertisement fur the Denociat. PltODlCE OF ALL E1XDS. is nceiv id (it tht very highest murlut yrices, on Sub notion or Advertisement, ut this itfxe. Money uvot refused. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, W M . M E I) I L L . For Lieutenant Governor, JAMES MYERS. For Supreme Judges, WILLIAM KENNON, ROBERT B. WARDEN. For Auditor of Stule,' WILLIAM D. MORGAN. For Treasurer of State, JNO. G. BRESL1N. For Secrelury of State, WILLIAM T REV ITT. For Attorney General, GEORGE W. McCOOK.' For Board of Pullic H'orAs, JAMES B. STEEDMAN. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. RATE IN POLITICS---RATS AS PRINTERS --RATS IN PRINCIPLE. I tie editors ot the McArthur Iter- aid in order to propagate thei...

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 March 1855

NEW HOTEL. L1DERTY HALL. MAIN ST.. M' ARTHUR, OHIO. A. CAMPBELL, ANOUNCES lo the traveling public and citizens of Vinton county, that he Us opened uew Hotel in the buildings formerly occupied by Mi. James Dodge, as a store and residence. Extensive rddiuonsand repaires have been made to the house and stables. The house has been newly funiWhed. II1S TABLE. Shall be supplied with the best viands the market affords. In short no means w ill be spared to make the guests of Liberty Hall comfortable and at home. The public are respectfully iuviled to give him a call. N. B. Bills as reasonable as the times will permit. A. CAMPBELL, March 16, 1855. Ivr. Notice. 1HAVE this day (March 7, 1855.) sold my interest in the capital stock of Eiigle Fur nact to Malztr Nye, jr., and II. S. llondy, who assume my place in the Eagle. Compa ny. A. BLM'LEY. 'March 16. '55. tf. Notice to Watch Owners. T AM about to leave Me Arthur, and wish til those who have let', watches with trie lor repair &c. lo cull...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 16 March 1855

A TALE OF ODD-FELLOWSHIP. A TALE OF ODD-FELLOWSHIP. —OR;— Woman's Curiosity. ' A Lodge of tbs I. 0. 0. F.. tt Woodi town, determined to have their lodge room done up clem at.d nice, it wit un animously resobed that Mrs. K ihould te employed to do the job. After the meeting adjourned, the Guardian, ho knew the inquisitive characters! Mrt. K . procured a bil ly goat and placed him In a clout which is kept as a reservoir for the secret things. He then informed the lady of the wishes of the lodge, and requested her to come early the next morning es he would then be at leisure to show ber what was and w hat wai not to be done. Morning came and with it Madame K with ber brooms, brushes, pails, tubs, &c, prepared and aimed for the job, and fouud the guardian wsiting for her. Now, uiadame, (aid he, I will tell you what we want done, and how we came to employ you, The brothers said it was difficult to get any body to do this job and not be meddling, with secrets in thai closet: we have l...

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. — 23 March 1855

lli M M "- ft w SWliwi D W II 13 Wi "NO NORTH, NO SOUTH, . PUBLISHED EVERl' FRIDAY VOL. 3. NO EAST, NO WE8T, UNDER THE MORNING. M' ARTHUR, CONSTITUTION" BUT A ACRED 12. A. BKATION FOIIOIl AIMI VINTON CO., 0; FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1855. MAINTENANCE OF THAT INSTRUMENT AND TRUE DEVOTION TO PKOPttlETOIt. TERMS: ONE DOLLAR OUR COMMON COUNTRY. PER ANNUM. JN ADVANCE. NO. 31. The U'Arlliiir Democrat. TEBUS Or SUSSCBII-TIOH t 1,00 per year, und ij not pjytd within the yar. vill be churged, These Terms must It strictly complied vcith, and no pajxr trill bt discontinued until all arrearage urc paid, unlets at the option if the publisher. TEEMS CF ADV EETlSlKO. (CT One squurt, thirteen Una or less first three insertions $1 00 Ench additional insertion 525 Cards cnt eur, fc3,C0. A liberal deduction vill bt made to per tviishdvertisingby theyear. . All vdvrrl'.umcnti ptiyuole in advance or en demand Agents fur the "Jltlrlliur lit mor rot." 7b followloi Qsntlcrccn will Btcttv. rd R.c.Ipt , (or Bubicny...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 23 March 1855

THE DEMOCRAT. Tkiftiti ol the People U the Supreme Law ;Lli3ERTY & UNION!" a wn Tiinn unrrn E. A. B1MTTON. Editor - teription or Advertisrmaita, at thi$ office.- r ..a j .aA..J DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, WIT. 1IEDILL. For Lieutenant Governor, JA1TES MYERS. For Supreme Judges, WILLIAM KENNON, ROBERT B. WARDEN.; For Auditor of Slate, WILLIAM D. MORGAN. For 7Yawrr o Slots, JNO. G. BRESL1N. For Secretary of Stale, WILLIAM TREVITT. A For Attorney General, GEORGE W. McCOOK. For Board of Public Works, JAMES B. STEEDMAN. Ticket for the Town of McArthur Election. For Mayor, E. A.SISSON. Recorder, . GEO. H. FULTZ Trustees, J. K. WILL, T. A. MARTIN, II. HULBERT, L. WHITE, 0. DOWD. We publish above Ticket (by re quest) as we received it. We believe - it to be sent la (o us lot the purpose of uimumg me nonest voters ot our town. Mark our word for it this is not the ticket that the Know Nothings of Mc Arthur will vote for in full some of them are on this ticket but on the morning ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 23 March 1855

DER DIVIL—MORE MAINE LAW. Important Decision. Wa letro .tint list week Judge B.rt ley dncided that the county Sheriff ii not iu officer of the Pr6bala Court, tod tbat he cannot imprison, a man by or der of stid court. The cite in point was Ibe State 'of Ohio t. Joseph Stlbbe, who aa immediately released from custody, Since then a Mr. Cunningham wai re leased oo the same ground. The decij. Ion is an important one, and shone a nother debet in the Probate code. What fleet will it have on the enforcement of the liquor law th future? We hear hal prosecutions for false imprison Uieot tie talkeJ of. ' In addition to the above, we learn that Judge Hartley has decided that iu order to sustain a prosecution for drunk ness, he must be arrested when intoxi cated. This .will give a new phase to prosecutions of that class, and is in ac cordance , wi:h the just and obvious meaning of the law. Wayne County De mocrat. The above decision is truly important, nd will make a great change iu the do tngs ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 23 March 1855

Not Such a Fool After All. A very Urghable Imlatce of Lvrta He's Cunning is given in slate English provincial piper. A parish officer, with .b proper order, wii taking him to the Asylum l Lencailet, but they tassed tin night ou the wy at to iun. Very early io the moruing the lunatic got up ad teerched the pocket of the officer, where be found the magistrate' order for hie own detention, which, of cuurse, let him completely into the secret. With thit cunning which madmen Dot uufrequently display, he made the belt of hia w j to the asylum, saw one of the keeper, and told him that he had got mad fellow down at Lancaster, whom he would bring up in the course of the day, adding: "He is queer fellow, and bas got very odd w ays. For ins'a nee, I shouldn't w onder if be was to lay i wai the madman, and that he was bring ing int.' But you must take care of him, nd don't believe a word he sits' "The keeper promised coinpliauce, nd the luuatic walked buck to the inn, where he found the officer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 30 March 1855

i i!hihim i rrl '"Hii . X uwu i-Nk y la aWiiippt uuu', TO OUR COMMON COUNTRY. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORKIXQ. irBirTriOiri VsTxJatT The M'Arlhur Democrat. TERMI Or IUBSOHIPTIOH I 11,00 per year, and if not payed uiihin the iar, (2,00 will be charged. The Terms mutt be strictly complied with, and no paper vill be discontinued until all arrearage art paid, unless at the option if the publisher. TEEMS OF ADVEETISiNO. (CT On tquart, thirteen linu or leu first thru insertions ( 00 Each additional insertion 25 Cards one ,ear, 63,00. A liberal deduction will be made toper tons advertising by the year. All vdvfrtistmcnts payable in advance or n demand Ijtnlifortlie "llcirthur Dcmorrot." Taa following Qaqtlamt a will Racalr and Receipt for Inbecfipiiont and Advartitaminu, for ihia ia. f er, ia Vinion Csamr. Ohio. Futon Cox, Hamden Furnace. Wm. Tatlii. Mt. rieasmt. Harrison Township. Bloers Store, Wilkesville. Swan. Xmo. Class, Sr., J. Blow, J. GlLLEN. Adam Lyks, BUSINESS DIRECTORY, FOR VINTO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 30 March 1855

THE DEMOCRAT. Tk rotce of the People ii the Supreme Law, AND THEIR MOTTO, E. A. BIUTIOX. i:lilor. MTIO, MARCH 30, 1855. V. B. 1'ALMKli'S Vttnpapar Subscription and Advaititing Iptcr Philadelphia, New York, Boston and Bal tiwobi, is otir authorized eeut (o receive uud receipt for subscription ami advertisement fur the Democrat. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. , For Governor, . MEDILL. For Lieutenant Governor, JAMES MENS. For Supreme Judges,' WILLIAM KENNON, ROBERT D. WARDEN. For Auditor of Slate, WILLIAM D. MORGAN. For Treasurer of State, JNO. G. BRESLIN. For Secretary of State, WILLIAM TREV1TT. For Attorney Uenerul, GEORGE W. McCOOIC. For Board of Public Works, JAMES 13. STEEDMAN. Our Taxes. Citizens of Vinton, now is the time to select men in your difl'erent Town ships, for the purpose of serving you another year; this is the time to raise the question, Will these men that I am going to vote for, be cautious in levy ing our local taxes? By recent legis lation the local taxes are raised to...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 30 March 1855

A Doctor as is a Doctor. A self sufficient humbug who took up the business of a physician, and had a deep knowledge of the healing art, waj once called to visit a young nan tffljcted with the apoplexy. Bolus gazed long and hard, felt his pulse and pocket, looked at his tongue, and his wife, and finally gave vent to the fol lowing sublime opinion: ' 'I think he's a gone lcllow.' .. . , " No.no!' exclaimed the sorrowful wife, 'do not 6ay that.' Yes,' returned Dolus,-lifting up his hat. and eyes heavenward at ttie same time, 'yes, I do say sr; there ain't no hope, not tlie .lcastcst mitt; he's got an attack of nihil fit in his lost frontis ' Wheie?' cried the startled wile. .. 'In his lost front is, and he can't be cured without some trouble and a greit deal of pains. You see his whole planetory system is deranged; Justly, his vox populi is prcssin' on his adva lorum; secondly, his catacarpial cuta neous has swelled considerably if not more; thirdly and lastly, his solar ribs are in a ...

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 March 1855

Curran's Ingenuity. A farmar attending fair with hundred pound in bit pocket, look the precaution of depositing it in the hi nils of tbe labdlord of the public house l which he stopped. Having occieion foi it afUrwtrds, he resorted to mine ' boit for payment; but the leodlotd, too deep for the countryman, whundeied whit he meant, end was quite cure no such turn bid ever been lodged in hit hindi by the astonished rustic. After ineffectual appeals to the recollection, end finally to the honor of Bardolph, the fanner ipplieJ to Curran for edv U e. "Hate patience, mj friend," nid the eooniel; "ipeik to the la ail lord cirilly; tell him jou hive left jour money with one other perion. Tike a friend with jou, end lodge another husidred iu the pretence of your friend, aui then come to m.H lie did to, ind returned to bit legal friend. "And now I don't see how I am go ing to be belter off fur '.his, if I get my eacond hundred back again, but how it that to be donel" "Goandnk him for It wbeo 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. — 6 April 1855

1 "" COUNTRY. ' VOL. 3. M' ARTHUR, VINTON CO., U. JjlUDAY, APRIL , 1855. JNO. 33. The M'Artluir Democrat. TERMS Or SUBSCRIPTION I 11,00 per yr.vr, and if not puyed vithin tht year, $2,00 will be churged. Thest Ttrms must be strictly complied tsith, and no paper will be discontinued until ii arrearages are paid, units at the opliuu tf tht publisher. TEEMS OF ADVERTISING, fT Out square, thirteen lines or less first thru insertions ft I 00 Each additional insertion 23 Cardsone vnr,- fs3,00. A liberal deduction will be madt to per sons advertising by the year. All vdvrtistmtnts payable in advance or mt demur-d Agents for the 'MrJrthur Democrat.' Tkt following CtontUman vltl Raeelvt and Fecttpt (or EasacTiptiona ana Sriiiemnu, (or tklt i a ft, is Vlnioo Count?. Ohio. TtTTOa Cox, Wm. Tatlir, Jvo. Class, Sr., J. Blues, i. Qll.LEN. Adam Lyniv, Hamden Furnace. Ml. Fleassnt. Harrison Township. Dions Store, Wilkesville. Swan. BUSINESS DIRECTORY, FOR VINTON COUNTY, OHIO. B. P. HEWITT, Judge of ...

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. — 6 April 1855

THE DEMOCRAT, Tke toice of the Ptople istlir 8u)u.c Law, AMD THEIR MOTTO, E. A. IHIATTOX. Editor. U'AHTIIL'R, APRIL 6, 1855. V. B. PALMER'S Impipu Bnbwnplloo and Adv.rrising Agfncr Philadelphia, New York, Boston ami I5al timori. is our authorized agent to receive ml receipt for subscription and advertisement for the Democrat. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, AMI. MED LL. For Lievtenant Governor, JMES MYERS. For Supreme Judges. WILLIAM KENNON, ROBERT D. WARDEN. For Auditor of State, WILLIAM D. MORGAN. For Treasurer of State, JNO. G. BRESL1N. For Secretary of State, WILLIAM TREVITT. For Attorney General, GEORGE W. McCOOK. For Board of Pullic Workt, JAMES B. STEEDMAN. (CTThe following is the result ol our Township Election, on last Mon day: Justices of the Peace, J. W. SwErSTON, Euas Waltz.4 Trustees, John Eaclebebry, Jacob S. Hciin, A. Perky. Treasurer, J. S. Hawk. Township Clerk, G. V. Shockey. Constables, Benj. Ward, Geo. Ullom. Those marked with a ttar are Dem-j Had the Democ...

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. — 6 April 1855

Anti-Know Nothing Meeting. a meeting those opposed to the principles of the Supreme Older of the Stir Spangled Banner," common 1 called Know Nothings, called for the purpose of nominating a city and township ticket, C. B. Flood was cal led to the Chair, and E. M. McCook elected Secretary. The following res olutions were then submitted and unan imously adopted: ' Resolved, That we are opposed to any and to every secret political society ashamed or afraid to let its. doings see the broad glare of day, and wliicli by Extra Judicial oaths seeks to bind its members to vote, not as conscience or judgment, but as the majority cf the wire pullers and demagogues may dic tate. Resolved, That for these reasons and because they seek to render void that glorious charter of our freedom, which gives to the Catholic and the Protest ant, the Jew and the Mahommedan the right to worship God as to him seem etli meet and proper, and which grants to all, irrespective of birth, the rights and privileges o...

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. — 6 April 1855

LAY SERMONS—No. 8. BY SOLOMON SIMPLE. To shall not surely die.—Gen. 3:4. Ttet was barefaced, flat footed lie. There was not, i not, ind cannot be IngM word of truth in it. It wsa tie In th beginning, it was put down in the bible 11 lie. end it will remain a lie, though ell the world should believe It to bee truth.' Aud yet that fuoluh young woman, Mrs. Eve. believed ever; word of it. And her foolish children grand children, eud great-grand chil dren, down to the present oullandiah generation, heve believed i i also. And great, grow. up men, who ought to know belter, here believed it, for no other leaeon in the world, thin becaust the grind great-grand mother of all the liv ing, like an old aiinpleton es the was, put a' little more confidence in the devil than wai either afe or expedient. l:i thil respect, my beloved fellow sinners, we here all followed the example ol Adam, in never pausing to examine the matter for ourselves, but doing just as the fair daughter of Eve tell us. And i...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 13 April 1855

Jls AND TRUE DEVOTION TO OUft COMMON COUNTRY j!!iZ rSiTT rzzzzzrzz VOL. 3. ggnVKMUDIUM M'AJiTHUlt, VJNTOJN CO., FRIDAY, AlJlilL 13, 1855. JN 0.34. The M' Arthur Democrat. TERMS Or SUBSCR1FTI0N i $1.00 per yrur, und if not payed within (Ac year, S'J.OO will be churned. These Terms must be strictly complied with, und no paper will be disenniimted until all arrearage arc paid, unless at the cp'.'mr. tf the publisher. tee;:s cr adv EnTiSiNo tXJ Out tqvare, thirteen lines or less first three insertion M 00 Each additional insert i'm' Cardione ear, : &3.G0. A liberal deduction uill be made toper tens tdverlising by the year. All vdverliatmcnts -payable in advance or n demur-d AgcuU fur the "JkAithur Dimtrrul.' Tha folUwiD Gantl-uitn will Rectl-a and Bacelpt for Subscription- ana AUvani-iment,, for tbia la far, la Vim en Cnuuir. Cluo. TtTTON t'OX, Wm. TAVLtn, Jho. Clark, Sr.. J. Cloui, J. QlLI.l.V, Adam Lynn, Hanulen Furnace. Ml. ricastnt. Harrison Township. llocrs Store, Wilkcsville. ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 13 April 1855

THE DEMOCRAT. Hi l oin o( the l'cuplc it Hit Siiiirrmc LiiW. "" ' AKD IBElIt KOTTO, LIBERTY & UNION!" E. A. lillt I TO. Editor. H'ABTtO, APRIL 13, 18. V. B. PALMER'S lUwspapsr Subuription and Advertising grncv Philadelphia, New York, Boston and Bal timore, is our authorized agent to reieive and receipt fur subscription ami advertiei ment lot th Democrat. PKODICE UF ALL A7AM'. i milt ed at the tery highest muikit pucn, on Sub tcriptionor Advertisements, at thin cjf'ce. Monty it not refused. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, . MED L L . For Lieutenant Governor, J HIES MYERS. For Supreme Judges, WILLIAM KENNON, ROBERT B. WARDEN. For Auditor of State, WILLIAM D. MORGAN. For Trtasurir of State, JNO. G.BRESL1N. ' For Secrttary of Stute, WILLIAM T REV ITT. For Attorney General, GEORGE VV. McCOOK. For Board of . Public H'orAa, JAMES B. STEEDMAN. Messenger Correspondent. The mean, skulking, cowardly, molted faced, luina hived, wlio does up the dirty work o the federal Know ( ' V tl ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 13 April 1855

MARRIED April the fitli, '55-at inton Furnace, hv I? fl I T IT Lfn kins, Sir; Jon Lccas to MIsCath-! abini Wolf; both of Vinton co, O. I MARKETS. McArthur, April 13. 2,00iTron, 5u9 15 1 leather. 18a31 JOjl.erd per lb. 8 9 ; Molasses prgal. 80 9 Nails, 3d to 10d, 6aT2 30,0818, 35 2,00; Potatoes, Irish. 100 Applets, D., Buttei pff lb.. Smoked Hums,-. " Shoulders, " Side,. Brooing, Beans, V, txiiiee, Candles, Cheese, CloversecJ Corn T.ejis net doz 15 Peacces, D., 2.S5 20 1 Pork prewt-... 4,00 15 Sugar N. O., 8 COG Loaf, m 50 Crushed,. 1012 . 6 Suit. ir hid.... 3 50 flout per nun, 4,5(i Table, pr Sack, '25 Flour .per bid fcoioOiSoap perlb 35 FlaxSecd 75' Teas. V. II. 75 Feathers, 43! " Imperial 6100 Fish, White.... 8 Tallow. 12 " Mackeiel,... Solo, Wheat per bu. 1,50 Hides 41 Woofer lb-..OulO McArthur, April 13. Portsmouth Price Current. CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY BUSKIRK, & DAVIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS, No. 1. Buckeye Block. PORTSMOUTH, April 14, 1855. ..'2.' " Loufw... 9 Brooms prcioz fc'ie...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 13 April 1855

Alleged Contempt of the U. S. Marshal. Al 81 o'clock this morning. Judge Pukltjjecided ihe motion upon which rule was isued against the U. S. Mr hal od II. M. DunUon, to show cause wbyju) sttichmeut should uol be issuea agaiiTA them for contempt in disobey ing the order of the Court by re-taking the girl Rosette upon t warrant decided to bs void. The order ol the Court was: first thst Rosetta should be discharged formAhe custody of the Marshal and, secondly, thai she should be delivered ovar to her guardian. The decision ol this Court, until reverted by higher ju dicial power, had desitoyed within this Slate all validity as to the warrant, which was declared void, and could not authorize the arrest of Koselta; and her re-caption under it, therefore, subjected "the Marshal to all the ptuilliea of an unlegal arrest and false imprisonment ol the citizen. The process was simply void and til future tction under it by cor Iswi wsi a trespass. But, vas Rosetta discharged ? No ac tion of th...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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