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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 3 December 1857

Agricultural. w, i. - ' i. aw. v . Hints for the Season. We greatly dusire that our shookl make npftiUibtics oftho jro dncts of th?fr tanns for the yenr, cm bracing prain,'lVuit, Lay, wool, butter, chet-v, tttrf, pork, sti-jar, molasses, tiiy'tr, liinitar. fire-wood, stone, &c, tviti; to cneh its market valin?, and making out the prainl total for the year. We do not wish this favour sake, but for iheirs. We could ' iiSv eome of thtm to advantage, if they were in our hands. Hut every 'farmer could nse them for himself in several most important estimates. Wo will mention some of them. " J. llo would learn just how much hi living costs him. Wo aro con need that very few farmers know this; what each one's family eat, drink, -wear and burn all. we mean, that is drawn from the farm, he Bets down for nothing. But all these items are to be placed to the credit of his farm, as-certainly as if ho had them to buy. At estimate of this sort would soon convince him how litt'.o a small sala ry...

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 December 1857

Jit I i H M' III it U 1 fs Yll EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF WHATEVER STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR rOLITICAI-n . Jtfferson. VOL. 6. M'AliTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, DECEMBER 10, 1857. NO. 17. Business Cards. JOSEPfl J, H'DOWELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, McARTUUK, VINTON COUNTY, O. REFERENCES. ' JION.O. V. MOORE. Portsmouth, 0. . WM. T. M'CLINTICK, E.o,, Cuillicothi, 0. E. F. BIHGHAM,'1 ATTORNEY AT LAW, McArthnr, O., will practic Id Vinton and sdioinlngeonntiaa. Oiric In ih Court 11. . one, first door least aid .. . of th H.-ll. . ' - - E. A. mtATTOX, ATTORNEY AT LAW. McArthur, 0., villi practice in Vinton and nip Iniiiu counties Orrioi on door eaxt of the Conrt llonaa. mur'JT-if O. T. GirNNING. ATTORNrY AND OI NSFLLOR AT LAW, Mt Abthtr Station. Vintok Cucntt. 0., win practice mi tne courts oi v inton and adjoin ingcounties. nl4tf DOCTOR A. CONDEE. PHYSICIAN AND SUltULON, OFFERS hi professional service to th citl sen nt McArtlmrand thesiirronndinirconn. try and Furnaces. Oilice ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 10 December 1857

- HE J)EMO0HAT. i McARTHUR: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1857. The Kansas Constitution. A tew montli3 ago tho people of Kansas wero called upon in pursu ance, of law to elect delegates, who were to bo charged with tho impor tant duty of framing a Constitution .preparatory to the admission of that Territory as a State. Tho rabid por tion of tho Free State party, and 6onie ethers, misled by Jim Lane and the eld " drab coat" of the New York Tri bune, refused to voto at tho election, and the consequence was that a ma jority of the dulegato3 elected were in clined to favor the peculiar institu tion of the South. Of course a Con- 6titution was lraujediu accordance with their notions. This has brought forth a universal howl from the Elack Republicans from tho very men by whose aid the pro-slavery party at tained the ascendency. Wo are can didly of the opinion that it was the design of tho Black Republican lead ers in tho States to have Kansas cotno iuto tho Union with a Constitution . tolerating...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 10 December 1857

LOCAL DEPAKTMENT. TUUBSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1857. Pay the Printer. There are quite a number of our Bubecribers who',' we regret to say, have paid us notBing for the Democrat since ' we began its publication. We ask, in all kindness bow these persons would . fancy working for an individual for a period of nearly two years, for just nothing at all, m&fnd themsehes'i Take the matter home to yourselves, friends, and think how you would act if placed id our situation. Wis know that times are hard that the difficulty of obtaining mbneyis great but, hav ing waited for ncarlyfwo years for the the small sums due us, you cannot blame us for urging their payment. We need money badly, and hope that such as have paid ns nothing will be the first to respond to our call. Five Hundred Dollars Reward! We are authorized to offer a reward of Five Hundred Dollars, and to say that good security will bo given for the payment of the same, if required to any one whwill prove the charges and insinuations m...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 10 December 1857

Annual Report OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF VINTON CO., AND STATE OF OHIO. Made tD the Court of Common Plea, fur IhA tr twlin.r lima Orl 1S'i7 in fiiieti-anm .. ,. , ,, . of .n act timber to preacrme Hie dune- lyuuuiy voiuiiusaioners, pusiru npru oui, 1856. and the act amendulory thereto, pass ed February 20, Ml. of REGULAR JUNE SESSION, 1856. The lolluwinff accounts were presented tad allowed: A. Pearce, priuling Assessor' blanks 105 00 Pearce oi bpeliiw, for publishing BriJg. aud Kud Tax notice, Buujaniin Ward, Scrubbing and white washing cell of Jail, E. A. BratU'U, printing 6 quires blaHk ummoua for Probatu Court" 5 aud bal. do nub. lo M'Anbur Pom. 6oo 8. B. Ullum, for repairing taide iu juil aud plauliin boiu wlioie Rhode broke jail Cheater French, furnishing mortar and laying brick ill juil, " J. R. Wiiiueuiuro lr 1 rm paiicraiid ru ling for W. L. lj I inn-ton, -' " W. L. Edmitou, priming blanks, Ac.-. Benjamin Ward, uoardnig and washing lor K. Burn. lunatic, from April H to Junes, ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 7 January 1858

. . ..-.- i i t AT. .J.J TATK OK rEKSUASIO., KELIGIOL'S OR rOUTICAL. T?io. Jtfferson. ;TY, OHIO, JANUARY 7, 1858. NO. 21. ....'..-." . ' . . . ....... i :vol::o. . : . : ; . m'arthue, vintoncow V . i frUBLISHtP- EVERY THtJRSDaT I i PEAnCE Jt SPEXCE. itix! ffiiECt; ' JOHS T. SrENCB. OFFICE 1NV MALOXE'8 BUILDING, i .1.1 ,'riO.NT VTKEtT, M'jUlTBt ll, OHIO, ' ; . ! TEIUI8 OF PITBLICATIOX. i j (Jnk foipy out vflar, in Jvno, ' 1.W , If pW fteriklmin,Ji, ; '. . 8,00 riubs of ten nw ubscnbcr to l P. 0. . 10,00 Th' moBO' iot mu InvHrinbty tccompm the rJcrt from i Llubt, t-Wo paper wiIll)diflontInuednntiIlir ire ro paid rip, nnlesit at tl:e option of the Vnblhher. r ' J ; ; Wben the paper It not or Jorc.l t bo didcontin tied at the end of the year, H will bo continwed. if Eitjis or AintTisiS-a;' Xj OnoS'iiro (10 lines)8 Inscrtiona' 1,00 Each additional intorUon 2Sc months. 0 hontmb. 12 iigNTin. Onenqnar ' t,00 t,00 ?,00 Two annuroi 6.00 . 8,00 12,00 Three do. , 7,00 10,00 15,00 C column 10,no...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 7 January 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. ALU. rmCE, Editor McARTIlUR : Till USD AY, JAM'AKY t, 1858. Not Inclined to Answer. a 6ineo, ftBnmeJ to .catechize in a to our po sition nion tho Kansas question. Without inquiring by what process it acquired the rij;Uto do so, we desired to ascertain whether it was willing to tlefiuv) imposition at tho request of others, and therefore asked it this sim ple question : ''Is the Jvxirnal in favnr of letting the people of Kansas adopt their own fundamental law, or is it Apposed to giving them thnt right " It answers that question by saying that it ia opposed to bolh tho Presi dent's and Senator Douglas' Kansas policy. That is onr understanding of the JuurnaVt reply. If correct, the Journal is opposed to the admission of Kansas under tho Lccompt&n or any other Constitution which may be adopted by tho people of Kansas, in pursuanco of an enabling act, as pro posed by Senator Dougla3. Now we want to know, how Kansas is ever to bo admitted into the Union as a'Statc unless...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 7 January 1858

LOCAL DEPAIITMENT. THURSDAY, JANUARY t, 1858. Busk Warrantee, Quit Claim and Mortgage Deeds for Bale at Una office. Attention Brigade ! Below will be found a statement of the military etrcngth of this county, ascertained by a census taken by tlio Assessors last spring. The list includes all whito persons over 18 and under 45 years of age, capable of bearing amis. We tli'uk that the official tables will show that Ohio could furnish, if necessary, over 200,000 fighting men : Kugle tp 63 Brown " 140 Swan " 147 Jackson 41 73 Elk 44 2S2 Vinton 44 85 Madison " 127 Clinton 44 119 Eicblund 44 267 Harrison 44 112 Wilkesvillo 44 142 Knox Total, 1G20 Railroad Track Torn ef. Ver bal reports from Athens state that the track of tho M.&C. Railroad was torn up somewhere this-side of that place on the first inst., by the owners of land through which tho track was laid, the R. R. Company having fail ed to comply with the contracts with uaid owners. We do not know how true this report may bo, but ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 7 January 1858

Agricultural. Application of Manures. Tha various modes of applying ma nure excito continual inquiry as to thobc8t,and most profitable. Farmers are often induced to change their prac tices after trying new modes which liavu been recommended or tried by thoir neighbor. The inquiry aruong practical farm era Jg ftTcry broad ONe, sinco there is such a diversity of soil and of crops as well as of the nature of the manure to bo applied. Still thero are general principles, applicable to all lands in all latitudes and longitudes. Tbo principles are made up from the actual trials and practices of farmers who have acquired their knowlege in the open fields, and actually reaped what they themselves liadaown. Such farmers often barken to new theories on tho strength of the recom mendation of others. Sometimes they aro gainers, sometimes losers by a -change, of system. Still they never lose sight of the main chance. 7 hey are never so absnrb as to place their manures on bean poles, or to bury th...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 January 1858

1? EQUAL AXD EXACT Jl'STICE TO ALL HEX, OP WIIATEYElt STATE OH PEUSl'ASIOX, KELIGIOL'S OK POLITICAL. Tho$. Jefferton. VOL. G. M'AMTIUll, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JANUAHY 14. 1858. NO. 22 P I f HI 111 .A v A. W . ,JW . A. A-i - Hi HIM IP! It-i IE1 U I Ml rl 111 11 Ifl SrSJy il 151 l, LW SS WSJ JAV " i i in ibi i :i ih w in i i &t l!J$rtj)ur gcmotrat. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY PEAICCE & SFEIXCE. ALEX. FEARCE. JOHN T. 8FEHCE. OF7ICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, raoxr itseft, d'ARTnm, onio. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. On cony on year, In advance, 1 1 -.1.1 ' 1- ,n'l, $1,60 3.00 If paid after six months. Clubs of l ten new auWribcra to 1 V. 0. 10,00 The money must invariably accompany the erdora from Cliibu. tiJTNo paper will bo discontinued until all ar w.rsro are paid up, unless at tbe option if the Publisher. ........ i When the paper IR not orJorcd tab dioQOlltln- ed at the end of the year, it will be continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Ono Square (10 lines) 8 insertions l,n0 Each additional I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 January 1858

nm-DEMOCRAT. T 1 1 T AUX. PEAKCK, Kumom. TIiriMDAY, J A XI' AH Y II, ISA McARTHUR The Governor's Message. , Gov. Chase's Message is txcccdlng-; Jy lengthy, and as usual, composed in , part of a great deal of talk about Kansas and the Federal Government, which the Governor has about &s ibnch to do aa tire man in the moon. Another portion of it is a rehearsal ot the Breslin and Gibson swindle, flic re-iterates Ins belief that Hreslin stole all the public money, and that Gibson- notwithstanding it was and after he had swern it was all Oio Treasury had no hand in thoab etraction. Few intelligent men, how ever, that are not biased by partisan feeling, will believe this hypothesis ;! mn A., ft Aftpt, K ml .w..r tn! ,. , . :. r. .,. ..v ,.' T?S ... . , screening a friend. Gibson, beyond all doubt.' if he did not taLo all the1 money, was quite as much concerned In its abstraction as Prcslin. In thii connection wo learn one interesting! fact from the messago. The wocld have lost 150,000 ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 January 1858

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1858. -An Item for Postmasters. 'We repeat the announcement that the P. M , : General decijcJ ; roceut ly , .that OCT If Post Masters do not give pub lisher notico when their papers ie tna'iu'in tljo PostoDico, without being taken out by the subscribers within five weeks, they arc themselves liable for tho paycTj M. & 0. Railroad. this "insti tution" i$ in a bad lis. The em ployees on the road have locked up its machinery and stopped its trans port business. When tho presont 6tato ofaiTuirs will cea3e is a mere matter of conjecture, as the hands will not surrender tho locomotives until they havo been paid their hard earned wagos, and the Company have not tho wherewithal to pay. Tho Company were offered sufficient machinery to run tho mail train but Would not ac cept it. They wanted all tho proper ty tied up or none. We hope that tho P. 0. Department will at once see that our people aro accommodated with mail facilities. . P. S. Sinco putti...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 January 1858

E grieultal. Cows and Butler. In a lato number, your correspon dent, B., asks for a detailed statement as to thefocdinsr of cows, and mHlcing butter in autumn and winter. Nixy, it" B. can gather anything of value himself from my statement of the inoue we have been practising for some six teeu years, 1 shall be repaid for my tronbloin offering it I will begin with tho care of cows about calving time. For several days before this period, I feed rura bagas or turnips, if 1 have- them; if not ft little corn meal will answer, to keep the cow in about the suine condition she wonld be on grass. After calving, I givtf warm slop for drink for the first three days: this is made by seal ning a little wheat brand; after that I let her have cold water to driuk ; 1 don't give much 6trong food for a week or two, for fear the udder will well; in that case, I milk all I can get, first and let tho calf suck after ward. In cold weather, I Btablo the cows at night, and most of the day : I let them out ...

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. — 21 January 1858

'7 , t J. i EQUAL AMD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL IKEIY, OF WHATEVER STATE OR I'EIISUASIOX, KELIGIOl S OK 1'OLITICAL. Thot. Jefferson. a. fa JlJ HI f TOO I M 1 i H VOL. C. M'ARTIIUH, VINTON COUNTY, .4, OHIO, JANUARY 21, 1858. NO. 23. IMrtjntr gcinotrat. PUBLISHED EVER! THCTESDA? BV FEAltCE A SPE,CE. ALEX. PEABCE. JOHS T. STEKCE. OFICE IX MALONE'S BUILDING, " ritoNT itulkt, ii'ai'.tiii n, oiiio. TEIOIS Ol' VI I1LICAT10N. Ono copy ono vcar, in ndvuuco, $t.M If paid nftorhi); months. S.''0 Clubs of ten new wiWribor tl P. 0. 10.00 The money must invariably uccouifuny tho orJcrs from Club.-.. i?No pnpor will be discontinued until all nr- Sarroa are paid up, unles at tbo option of tho Fubliaher. When tho paper l not ordered to bo discontin ued tho en J ui'tho jciw, it tyjU.be continued. TEIUIS OF ADVERTISING. One Square (In lineal 8 !nortionn $1.00 Kach -additional inxorlion l!"o 8 MONTHS. 6 UONltlS. 12 ilONTIIH. One square- $1.00 f.lOO Two square S.Pi) S,00 Threo do. 7.00 10.00 V column lO.(ii)...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 21 January 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. ALW. PEAKCE, Edito. : .c ii .Id i 'i ' r 3 i r . v. . I r. i ia. ' McAUTlIUR : "THURSDAY, JANUAKYS1, IMS. TV ft. i 4 Small Notes. Among the first of tho 6cries of un wise nets passed by the late Republi- i a n T jtrrt q T) tn trt u'tiu f Ti o f fn 1 litit . n - ii i .i ,lC, ,, ,T " rlmt u'lia ra ii flirt "Nuinll ,i .1 V ...... . . k.'lll.ll tlVIV Law," which prohibited tho circula tion ns money in this State of foreign bank bills of a less denomination than tot. dollars. We distinctly remember tl,tthi9 lnwM, nn.themMi,,! U Black Republican papers and stump-; era in tho campaign of 1S55, and the misrepresentations of it uided in elect-! ing balmon 1 . Chase to the (.uibeiua torial chair. It was opposed, not from any evil which had resulted to the people, but simply because it imd been passed by a Democratic Lc"isla- turo, and because tho bankers and bank men did not like it. It is nmtis- ing to democrats now to observo with what clever ingenuity Salmon P. Chase can repu...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 21 January 1858

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1858. Raileoad M AcniSEKr tied cp Taxes. Tho Treasurer of this Coun-1 ty, on Monday last, levied upon scy-1 1 lm.(!rM nnH onr. H,r f V I Ml J Vv. vlllvVt iww vmi v uiw rietta Railroad for the taxes duo from that company. At Zaleski three locomotive?, and at ilcArthur Station two locomotives and about a dozen freight cars were levied on. The taxes duo from tho company, wo learn, amount to about 1,700. Several cars were also tied up on tho Ports mouth road. Tho taxes of the S. & II. V. Co., in this county, arc not largo, only about 100. Of conrse tho companies will pay rather than loosa 60 much valuable property. A Man Stabced is as Affiuy. Jin altercation took place, on Pike Run, Eagle towiibhip, on Saturday last, between Adam Peck and John Smith. Tho result way that Peck stabbed Smith several times with a! i.. i ... ... , . , pocle knife, cutting h.m so severely iiiat iuu wuuuuo win prooaoiy prove fatal. Beck was arrested, examined beforo ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 21 January 1858

DVENTURES IN BELOOCHISTAN, CONCLUDED. Cl.l'DED. garments (a shift and shirt) scarcely concerned nnciy rounaea una aimosi fanlthsj limb3. Aa sho was stiflvrinp: li!itl from fever. I i'Rvq her soino i i . 1 1 i 1 i medicine, and ulso some syrnp, mio directing mo to pour it into the h' - 'l - et-'-mj i r- low of tier hniul, t. Inle, by appiy'S her mont to drink her month to her wrist, sho was alio without allowing uny to es cape. Uiifortunatelr, when I win Iceling tho PUSOOftlllB SlimriC OCauty, ''er . .. , , . i i i.l....!, liaic boiooc.n, cMrcmoiy u.v and tavago hnsWI, made h.s P - 1.enrance, bear ng a broken -lunbcd . ., 4 1. II.. I.... fl..!,IIL ail suspicion anu mum. ; had no iaith whatever m my moral character, and looked upon my medi cal business aa a mere diabolical pre-. . ii.i.t..1. u-nj lii j flntv nii'l ill. (UllOC, "llll.ll i ... tcrest to expose, inrriumij, nim!.ii upon our tete-a-UU ho spoke in a nulo and provoking way, whili 1 could ititcr rct easily without catching th...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 February 1858

liir 8 1:1 i:l H R M 111 H 1:1 EIUAL ASD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEX, OF AVIIATEVElt STATE OK I'EItsr ASIOX, ISELIGIOl'S Oil POLITICAL. Thos. Jtftrion. VOL 6. M'ARTIIUB, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, FEBRUARY J, 1858. NO. 25. 1 J s... PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BJf TEAKCE M'E.CE. ALEX. PEARCH. Jotl! T. STESCE. OFFICE IN MALOXE'S BUILDING, TROST iTHlET, ll'lRTHVH, OUIO. TERMS OF PCBLICATIOX. On copy ono year, in advance, If puiJ ftrixmnn:li. f 1.80 2.U0 Clubs of ten nuw HuWrilterit to 1 P. O. 10, n-l rde from ChiU iru. ii - .1.1 CgTXo pnper will bo liontlnucJ until ull nr- ttarapoi are j'uid up, Hides ut the ojainu of the publisher. When tho paper Is not onlere.l to bo disojntin ntd at the eud of the year, it will be continued. . TERMS OF ADVERTISING SING. - J 'iV'noNTiil! OneSqnaro (id lin)8 Inwrtlns Each additional insertion 8 months, tf months, Onesquaro 3.ii) .r.(K) l.i'o Two aquarea 5.00 goo li.no Threo do. 7.00 10,00 15.00 )i column lo.uO 15,00 21,1111 lj column 15.00 So.00 00,00 All rule an...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 February 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. ALEX. PEARCE, Editor. Mcakthuk TiiritMDAY, i-KniiuAnv 4. 115a. " Ohio Legislature. p .1 it nmr in full blast ' B,.th Houses aro noum f. blast, members, having talked of ufKansas affairs and niggorism to their. Mtisfaction, have rolled up their Rleeves and Konc to work in earnest. "v . f L thut a hre amount of work 0 notice that a large amount ot v, 01 W bus been "cut out. Alio bills lor re-, pealing tho fanatical laws of tho last j Le-islaturo have nearly passed. Tho I i,;nrepealin"t!.chuv regulating fees , m a biw it county offers has become a U . On tho 23th ult., fcenator Hatch mm . ateh, ol ; Hamilton, introduced bis Sub-Treas-, It i sion of the public funds into Tf 1! .m -n,Pnt,Pilt J torbuls the payment !. any thing but bullion; siUer coin, ant ol any iku wiui imyui'.ng otu mm;, which will not, tlio author averts, in-'" convenionco tho transaction of any of iMiMir- business It r.rovldoa for 1 . . j cf the examination ot the btntoftiid Conn- ty Treasuries by compe...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 February 1858

i lucjrikr gnnotrnt. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1859. ITaro Times asd Nkwspapek Pen- .. .1 e tisnERS. un tno tourm T vi , paper will be found an article, headed 69 above, to which wo invito the es pecial attention of delinquent aubscri btw. What tho writer states is true Ri gospel, at every intelligent, think ing man must agree. Publishers ere too indulgent by half, and will ero long uo compelled to either adopt tho ca3li ....... hi. ... ... system, exclusively, or ceaso to pub- lish newspnperj. Wo speak with referenco to tho country press, upon which, owing to tho leniency of pro prietors, these hard times, with their numeroiH dims and long-strung-out lists of delinquents, fall with a crush ing and disheartening effect. I Taxes of the M. & C. R. R. Co. Considerable fluttering was mani fested among the officials of tho M. & C. Tiailroad, a few days since, at the ii-narnf if tneinrr cnv.iiMll Inr-nninfl ina . .... i .... r... i.i i j ! on mo ioau, uieii mi l uei-...

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