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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 20 April 1855

. . ' ' 7." . - . - ' . !jlil:13ii II iirrrl .1 H n . " ' . ii J . V LI I M0P "NO NORTH. NO SOUTH, ' pl'ULISUElt EVERY FRIDAY vol: 3. NO EAST, NO WtST, UNDEtV THE MOllNUW. . M'AHTiaUll, CONSTITUTION;" BUT. A I ACRED .-: C: AvBlSATION EOUOlt VINTON GQ.,; MWNTNANc2 OS THAT INSTRUMENT AND TRUE QEVOTION ..TO AHU FUOl'K IjMOIt. 0.i lilDArAPlllL 20,; 1855; '.--.''' 7E OXK COLLAR PER AXXUM. I AT)VAK,:F. . OUR COMMOnTcoUNTRYV Railroad Intelligence. 7 urn rr frr"1 " h .v. ' .tj :?;.Tl.-xx A COMMUNICATION ADDRESSED TO THE BOSTON BOARD OF TRADE, BY B. SEAVRE AND S. A. COX, On the subject of the Scioto and Hocking Valley Railroad, and Mineral Lands in Ohio, together with a report Preston S, Lincoln, Assistant Engineer of said Road, in Relation to its construction and present condition. C(fNcj.CDF.I FKOM LAST WEKK. learned, riife'jiartics who own tlic min eral lands referred to would now be induced to make a ry liberal and advontageona. proposal to any persons licre wlip niigbt be Villing to con...

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. — 20 April 1855

T'll P fT. fl 0 OH JT UL, U k Iff J U Oil H B TaeToice of the People iifuPsupmut Law RD TUtlu KOITO, LIBERTY & UNION." E. A. lilt 4TTOX. i:lilor. 4TAHTI11II, APRIL 1835. V.B. PALMER'S Wwjnpr Subscription and AdtiMtiinj Agency Philadelphia, New York, Bonos. ml Eal timobe, is our authorized agent to irreive end receipt for subscription and advertisement for tbe Democrat. FHOVVCE OF ALL KINDS. i rth- td at the uryhighnt matktt jxicr. on Sub- Money is vot refvufd. HDLANKDKELS, BLANK MORTGAGES JJ oni off Blanks rtquirtd vnthr the Jus tice' Codt.for Justices of thePcuce. are con- tantly kept on hand and for suit ut this Of- jxce, I I I : DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, AY.1I. MEDILL. For Litvttnant Governor, ' JMES MYERS. For Supreme Judges, WILLIAM KENNQN, KOBERT fj. 'WARDEN. IFor Auditor of State, WILLIAM D. .MORGAN. For Treasurer of State, JNO. G. BRESLIN. . For Secretary of Stute, WILLIAM TREVITT. For Attorney 'General, GEORGE W. McCOOK. For Board of Pull': Works, JAMES B.S...

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. — 20 April 1855

MARKETS. McArthur, April 20. Apples, D., Buttei per lb.. 15 Smoked lWv :0 " Shoulders,- 9 " Sides, 9 Brooms, 3(1, Beans, W. 2,00. Co (Tee, Candles,' Cheese, Ctovereeed- Corn-""-" Eggs pel doZ" Flour per him. Flour .per bid Flax Seed Feathers, Fish. White,-. " Mackerel," Hides COG . to .. 8 fc'J.OO 40l 8ol0 .... 2,00ilron,- buff Leather. 18ci3l Lard per lb. 8 Molestes prgal. 60 Niils, 3d to lOd, 6a 12 Oats, 40 Potatoes, IrUh.' "125 l5!Peaciies, D..-...-2.25 20,Porkrircwt " 4.1)0 issuer N. O.. 8 ' Loaf,..." 12 J Crushed,- 10al2 Salt, fer bbl- -S.50 'i able, pr Suck, -aa Soao net lb - 3a5 .75;Teas. Y. li; 75 ' Imperial' 6100 eTalloW. j 12 Wheat per bu. 1 .60 4lVVoolrerlb.i..25u40 Portsmouth Price Current. CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY BUSKIRK, & DAVIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS, No. 1. Buckeye Block. PORTSMOUTH, April 20 1855. Apples, Dried-!2f . rirooms prctoz f.JnJOl liacon Hams per lb " Shoulder "- C " Sides " b Beans, W. per bn. 1,75 Candles, mould-. If. Star 21 Cottou Yarns- !8i Cheese.W. R.lb...

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. — 20 April 1855

Their Arthur Democrat. TERM! Of SUBSCRIPTION ; $1,00 per year, and if not pyed vilhin the ynr, (3,00 will be charted. Then Terms must be strictly complied with, and no paper vill be discontinued vntU all arrearages art paid, unlet, ut the option f the publisher. TEEMS Or ADVERTISING. (fr One square, thirteen lines or let fimt thru inter lion SI 00 Each additional insertion 25 Card one tar, 3,C0. Aliberul deduction vill bemude toper mm tdvertising by the year. All ndvtrtisemenls poyublein advance or M dtnutPd IgtnU for tbe "MrJrihur Dtmocnit.'' Tha following QaniLme n will Rcc.lv and B.c.lpt for Sob.oripiion. and AdTirtiitment., for Ibia 1- fmt, la Vinton beamy, vaio. Peyton Cox, Wm. TAVLER, Jbo. Claik, Sr., J. Bloei, J. GlLLEN, Adam Lrsw, llamden Furnace. Ml. Pleasant. Harrison Township. BloersSiore, Wilkcsville. Swan. BUSINESS DIRECTORY, FOE VINTON COUNTS, OHIO. B. P. HEWITT, Judge of Probate Court W.L.EDMISTON.CIerk Com. Pleas Court S. F.BINGHAM, Prosecuting Altomej. Wm.TISUE, Shr...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 27 April 1855

1, Cy8T'T"TI0NC: PyT, .'P M?'i?A.C.E. & .T. .TRUMENT AM) TRUE OEVOTIQN TO COMMON COUNTRY, . VOL. 3. JVr ARTHUR, VI IN TON CO., 0. FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1855: Ti--e ii "-i.-, -t. :r ISO. vo. The M'Artliur -Democrat.! . - .. . . , . j TERMS OF BUBSCFIPTICN ! H,OOiMrs.r,ouim.:2JUyt(iirff.inA: ur. &2.00 will be charged. I Tlusc Terms must be strictly complied wirt, and o paper vill be dhcantinnrd until ml irrmriitM -r nniJ. ,.!, f f ni f ofthemblhler. TEEMS OF ADVERTIE1KO. OCT One squure, thirteen Una or lntf.nl three insertion- 1 00 A'acA additional insertion- 25 Cards one tar,. 63,00. tiucruf deduction it ill be made to jitr ions advertising by theytor. All ndrerlisiments puyuhlc in advance or tn dnnuvd . Agruts for lite '.'XrJrlliur lt mortnt." Th following Gan1lmn 1U Eccilva ard Eeoeipl foi-abf orptiuna and AdrcrtlLtmti, for iLU la far, in Vimon County. Okie. TriTOlS t'OX, . ; Wu. Tati.lb, Jno. Cladk, Sr.. J. Ikof.n, J. Gll.MW, Adam Lynn, llamilpa .FunmciWi Ml. Pleamnt. Ihmison ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 27 April 1855

f (J by the United Slates, n J the Sher iff anJ bit deputies are re quired to If ep the prisoners safely "until they it iis charged by (A rfus eor n laws of the VmiUi Statu." It must be recollected that when the labial corpus wi served upon the Mr ehil, the caw before the Commissioner was ia prcgrr, and near its tertnina lion. I there any precedent for such procedure1 If the SUle Court had concurrent power, the proceeding would hare been irregular and void. Under the lime government I co'jld not hare Interposed. Cm that Conn of dif fcrent government, could interpose in thil form U sanctioned by no law or precedent. Before the Supreme Court of Wiicomin reversed, as I Court of Er rori. the decision of the District Court, it bid the grace to wait until that Court bad finally decided. It U not unusual in legal proceedings to plead former recovery or a former icquittil. Can any Court interpose in such cues, and tike the case from the Court in which the jurisdiction i ves ted? If the Comm...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 27 April 1855

MARKETS. McArthur, April 26. Apples, D., Buttei pi lb.. Smoked Hums,. " Shoulders, " Sides,. Brooine, Beans, W. ColTee, Candles, Cheese, Cloverseed 2,00ilron, 151 10 9 9 30 1 2,00 15 20 15 GOG t-orn 50 Eggs pel doz 8 Flour nf-i hurt 4,50 Flour .per bbl Flax Seed... Feathers,.... Fish, White,. " Mackerel,' Bides 9,00 ....75 ....40 8 ccl0 5u9 Leather, 18u31 Lard per lb. 8 Molasses pr eal. 60 Nails. 3d to lOd. Sali Oats. 4(1 roiatoes. Irish. 125 Peecnes. D.. 2.21 Porkprcwt.... 4.01 Suwr N. O.. fc ' Loaf. 12, ' Crushed,- 10nl2 Salt, per bbl 3.50 " Table, nr Sack. .25 Soap per lb 3u5 Teas. Y. II. 70 " Imperial 8100 T-N. ... IO lO UW.' ...... 1 Wheat per bu. 1,50 4IWoolperlb....25a40 Portsmouth Price Current. CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY BUSKIRK, & DAVIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS, No. 1. Buckeye Block. PORTSMOUTH, April 27, 1855. Apples, Dried. 121- Brooms pr doz $2c30u Bacon Hams per lb. 10 Shoulder ' C " Sides " fi Beans, W. per bn. 1,75 Candles, mould-. 15 " Star 24 Cotton Yarns-. 16J Cheese, W. ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 27 April 1855

Epitaph on an Honest Man. Honey, for tomb-stones, is but vainty ypent, An honest tuon requires no monument; CoTei hisbody with (urf or stone, It matten nought, to him it Is ill our; Hiinanieiaentertdin the book of lite, lie lives with God.he's done with carnal strifo; Cut yet iJ.e uorM would count it a neglect, To stint the dead of decent, due respect. The Twelve Pound "Chunk." OR; OR; A Miner "Taken in." A returned California", relates ;lie following good one: The landlord ol a hotel, built of boards, and located near the Tekulk Diggings was present ed by his wife with a line twtlvp pound toy, which coming to the ears of a wsg, he circulated the story that the host found a "twelve pound chunk," which ran like wild tire through the place, and caused quite an ext itement. A few weeks afterwards a miner from another quarter having heard of the twelve pound 'chunk,' arrived at the hotel, and at once made application to the landlady for lodging. Her husband being absent she attended to ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 May 1855

"'' A ti 3ZZJ!ZLS -THE, CONSTITUTIOTbUT A t ACRED Ma7T VOL. 3. TAim The M'Arlhur Democrat. TEEMS Or BUBSCBIFTION I (1,00 per year, and if not puytd within the )ttr, $2,00 uill be churgtd. These Term must be strictly complied vith, and no paper uill be discontinued until all arrearvgts are paid, unless at the option of the publisher TEr.MS Or ADVIHTISiKO. GTF" die square, thirteen lines or lc first three insertion fcl 00 Each additional insertion 25 Curds one ear, 43,00. A liberal deduction will be mode ' to per sons tidver Using by the year. All vdvrrtmvunts puyahhin advance or on demand ' igents for tbe "JlrJrtliur Dcmorrat." ; Tbe following Gentlemen will Receive and Receipt (or Subecnptione and AdrartlicmeDt, (or this Ie yt, In Vlnion Countr. Cnio. rr.vroN Cox, Wm. Tavlf.r, Jko. Clack, Sr., J. Hlolh, J. Giu.dk, Adam Lynn, Hamden Furnace. Ml. Pleasant. Harrison Township. llloers store, Wilkesville. Swan. BUSINESS DIRECTORY, FOR VINTON COUNTY, OHIO. B. P. HEWITT, Judge of Probate C...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 May 1855

THE DEMOCRAT. Thttoitt f tbe People ii the Snprcme Law f AKD THE1H MOTTO, . A. mi ATTOX. Editor. n jjjj-MJ-ij'jnri ' -r r 1 li'AKTlil'R, i 1855, V. B. PALMER'S HtwtytftT tmbterlptloa and AdT.rtlslni Af.ncr rHaADILPHIA, NeW YoRK, BoSTONilld BaL- mioEi. is our authorized scent (o receive and receipt for subscription and advertisement for the DtMOCHAT. OLANK DEEDS, BLANK MORTGAGES I J and all Blanks required under thtJut tieti' Codt.for Justice of the Peace, art con stantly kef I on hand and for tu.lt at this Of- Ml . DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Govtrnor, Will. MEDIIL. For Litvtenant Governor, JAMES MYERS. For Supreme Judges, WILLIAM KENNON, ROBERT B. WARDEN. For Auditor of Statt, WILLIAM D. MORGAN. For Trtaturtr of Statt, JNO. G. BRESLIN. For Seertlary of Statt, WILLIAM TREVITT. For Attorney Gtntral, GEORGE VV. McCOOK. For Board of Public Works, JAMES B. STEEDMAN. Vinton Again. We call attention this week to the communication of Alliens, which shows up in beautiful colors, Know-nolhi...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 May 1855

MARKETS. McArthur, May 4. Applet, D.. Buttei per lb.' to Smoked Haint," 11 - Shoulders,-. 10 " Sidet, 9 Brooms,. 30 Beam, W. 2,00 Coffee. 15 Ondlei, 20 Cheese, 15 Cloverseed C0C Corn t'O Eggs pel doz 8 Flout per hun. 4,30 Flour .per bbl (9.00 Flax Seed 75 Feather. 40 Fish. White.... 8 " Mackerel,... 80 10 Hide 4 ....... M Leather, 18i31 Lard per lb. 8 Molasses pr gal. DU Nailt.JdtolOd, 6a li OaU, 40 Potatoes, Irish. 125 Peacnes, D., '2.25 Porkprcwt 4,00 Sugar N. 0., 10 Loef. 121 Crushed,- 10ol3 Salt, per bbl 3,50 " Table, pr Sack.-25 Soap per lb 8a6 Teas, Y. H. 75 Imperial 1100 Tallow. 12 Wheat per bu. 1,50 Wool per lb-.. -25(1-10 Portsmouth Price Current. CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY BUSKIRK, & DAVIS. WHOLESALE No. 1. Buckeye Block. PORTSMOUTH, May 4, 1855. Applet, Dried-'.2.') Bruumt prdoi 2u300 Bacon Uaint per lb. .1 " Shoulder " 10 " Sides " Kraut, W. perbu. 1,75 Caudle, mould- 15 Star 24 Cotton Yarnt-... 161 Cheese.W.R. Ib.lOnll Coffee, Rio Clorersced,. U'ul2) 7 00 Hour pi bbl.-fc7...

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. — 4 May 1855

Courting in Right Style. 'GtleauV tou nn'.r puppy let me Ions, or I'll (ell mi F cried out Sally, to her lovar Jaka, who tat about leu ftel from her pulling dirt - from the chimney jam. '1 arnt lectin' on you, Sal,' responded Jak. Waif, perhaps jou don't mean too nutbet io youV No, 1 don't.' Ctuit your'ra too tarnal ciry, you long-legged, Untera jawed, slab-sided, pigeontued, gangte-kneed, owl you htiot got a tarnal bit o' ie me, get along tiomt with you.' 'Now Sal, I love' you, and you can't balp it and if you don't lei me at) and court you, my daddy will aue yuur'n for that cw ha told him t'other day. By jingo, he said he'd do it, Sal.' Well, look here, Jake if you want to Court me, you'd better do it as a t Lite man doei that thing uot cat oil there as if you thought 1 was pixen.' 'How on airth is that. Salt' 'Why aide right up here, and hug and kiss me, as if you really had some of the bone and sinner of a man about you. Do 'spose a woman's only made to look at, you f Stupid foo...

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. — 11 May 1855

cTsihin irWii VOL. M'AUTUUR, Y1JNTOW : CO:, O JFIUDAY-. MAY 11, 1855. no: 38. ss mm m sra etp m mi ill!- I 7 iJ I ' 1 - : ' i $ .rl . 'AND TRUsTpE ,COUYT ""' 3. . ...... , The M'Arlliur Democrat. 11.00 vr year, and if not thiytd xilhin the ytr. vill It ehanid. TUu Ttrnt nivalis utrictly emjli(J vith, and no paper vilt bt ditxontinvtd vntil 4 arrtamrt art paid, unlet at tht option tftfupuilulur, TBEM CI" iDVIRTlSlHO, OGr Ont tqvart, thirtun lint or let Artt iAret inurtiw"" 00 Each additional inurtion 2S Cards ont tor, (3,00. A liberal deduction vill It nod t toper km tdvertitlng by tht year. All vdvtrlimtnt$ jxiyabUi eivnetor m demand Igrntsforlhe 'Kcirthnr Dmnil." . - TV foluwlal Dniliui IU Btaalva ad leaatDt lulibHi piloaa AdTHilMBtau, far lkla 1 a- ft, id yiBioa vagary, uue. - - Furnace. rTTOA Cot, Wm. Tatlki, )to. Clabi,8.. J. Blow, J. GlLLE. Adam Lvii, J. EaSOM, . Iiemden Ml. Plesnt. Harrison Township. Bloers store, WilkMulU. , Swen. Knox. BUSINESS DIRECTORY, FOR VINTON COUNTY, ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 11 May 1855

THE DEMOCRAT. Toe Voice, of the People U the Supreme Law AMD THE1H MOTTO, ' LIBERTY & UNION!" E. A. BHATI OM. Itfllor. ju i j j i j i jui Af i r rirrrrr r or jju j j juu-jjuu ju jirwinrnrrirr r r y.lHTilie, MY 11, 1855. V. B. PALMER'S Vwpapr tabwriptioB and AaVaMiilnf A fancy FHlLADELPH!At NlW YORK, BoTO and B.L timori, is our authorized sent to receive and receipt for subscription and advertisement the Democrat. . PRODUCE OF ALL KLDS. ia receiv ed at (Ac very highest market pricet, on Sub- uriptian or Advertitementt, at this office. Money it not rtjuted. DLANK DEEDS, BLANK MORTGAGES X-9 and all alankt required under the Jus tice t' Codc.for Justices of the Peace, ore con- ttanlly kept on hand and for tale at thia Of- jut. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, . MEDILL. For Lieutenant Governor, JAMES MYERS. For Supreme Judges, WILLIAM KENNON, ROBERT B. WARDEN. For Auditor of State, WILLIAM D. MORGAN. For Treaturer of State, JNO. G. BRESLIN. For Secretary of Stute, WILLIAM TREVI...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 11 May 1855

Kf 2Zra'Z?Jrvm tu "Writ:" One bfthe "rnediums" was weekly put ir ,,. fnuuicet.on with the spirit of thi celebrate nd eccentric Doct. Abernethy, to enquire whet was the beet of all medicines for diseas- tt on the Lung. Loud end dutinct repe up. on ibe table slowly but promptly spelt out Ayn-r's C U-r r y P-t-ct-o-r-a-L DIED. At lilt late residence ia Elk township, in thie county, on the 2d Inst., Mr. Wj Sibcli. aged 60 years. . Mr. SlNCLAI WIS fnrmArl. . ! I a -t .. . . -"."-'J " icamcni 01 Muskingum county, Ohio, and was one of our uiursi ana mosi respectable citizens He leaves a. large circle of relatives and friends to mourn bis loss, M. DAVIS, SSALEB U DHT GOODS AMD OLOT1HO. J OULD beg leave to announce to his t f numerous customers and the public generally, that he is now in receipt of li is Spring and Summer Good at his store in the west part of his new block, on Water Street, Chillicothe. From the long experience ne nas nad in ousiness. and the lib eral patronage heretofore ex...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 11 May 1855

Two Children Starved to Death— Two Children Starved to Death— Shocking Cruelty. A Boost ibockiog Instate of hurain.oY Mthcr Inbuihao depravity, hit just tram tired ia Cotiatton. It teeuii that lha lft of tn Irisa-nia recently died leaf tat. tb ret cbildrtn.su infant boy and two girlt three and five ytirt of ije. Tht husband toon irttr her death mi lied aiaiu, introducing iato hit family ike wretch, who. with Ceiidlike root tee, tet herielf immediately at woik to destroy the livet of tbe little oue to whom ib ihould ha been a mother Tbe youngest of three died, but week or two efttr her enttence into tbe family, but with an atrocity scarcely conceivable; one would cot liiffice, tA mmI Wciiroy (At trArre. Tbia th. uu dertook to do by wiiholding their food with an obvious inteutiou u starting them 10 death. Fortunately the mont of ibe little ones were overheard lioin without, and vague rumors getting afloat that all was not right witlmi and reach Ing the ears of tbe Council, it wie re r...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 18 May 1855

if & ft T: D via r v i . r . -t i .) . , ' V - S oil - v ' ' !v- - ,li .5. vl ffTT .Tf. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY f71vss' VOL, 3. M'AllTHUR, ft"'."?-. MnttKiVn nns VIjNTON c6'. instrument am, true devotion to r.'.'r" ' v 0 'MUlTT ' ' M J A-Y-ITj-. . D0LLAR a V i'x our common .r wt t,OMMOf' COUNTRY. P PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE iv?rio ThcJrArlliur Democrat. TEEMS Or SUBSCRIPTION t II ,00 per year, and if not puyed within tht jear, (s2,00 uill be charged. Thtte Terms mutt be ttrictly complied tilh, und no paper will be dUcontinued until .l arrtaragts are paid, unless at tht option of tht publisher. TERMS OF ADVERTISING, CCf One square, thirteen line or lest first thru insertion ( 00 Each additional insertion 25 Cards one tar, 63.00. A libtrul deduction will be node to per urns .dttrlieingby tht year. All vdvn lmmeiils payable in advance or M demar-d igcnUforthe "Mrtliur lkniorrot." Tkt following Oantlaman will Eacelra and Baaalpi for Bub.ci pilon. aon Advartiacinauti, for tbia If ft, la V...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 18 May 1855

THE DEMOCRAT. luiloke of the 1'iuple is the Surrtme Law AND THEIR MOTTO, E.A. IIKV1 1. i:lilor. MTIU MY 18,18V). V. B. PALMER'S Mtwrpapar Subscription acd Advancing Ajsncx PHILADIXPUIA, NlVV YullK, B.'SToNlld 1J.VL -riuouE. is our authorized aucul to receive unil eeceiut for subscription and advertisement foi the Democrat, PROLl'CE UF ALL A7A OS. U nctiv id ut the very highest murhtt tiricts, on Sub wiption or Adtertistmcnts, ut this clct. money unot rejusia. BLANK DEEDS, BLANK MORTGAGES and all blanl required under the Jus tice' Code, for Justices of the Peuct. art con stantly kept on hand and for sale at (At OJ- DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, . 51 ED ILL. For Lieutaiant Governor, JAMES M1EUS. For Supreme Judges, WILLIAM KENNON, ROBERT B. WARDEN. For Auditor of State, WILLIAM D. MORGAN. For Trtaturer of Utate, JNO. G. BRESL1N. For Secretary of State, WILLIAM THE V ITT. For Attorney Central, GEORGE W. McCOOK. For Board of rulilic Works, JAxMES B. STEEHMAN. SOME LIE. For gome...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 18 May 1855

Later From Europe. ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA, Vienna Conference Fruitless. Arrest of the Sultan's Brother in law. NEW YORK, May 9. Tti AU arrived el H.iu.i el 10 A. W. NkiLiug definite U knovvu relative to lb cuudiiio.1 ul the ne'e. Ii u the general impression that it it (unr.bie lo the Allies, but the Rustiaus taiuru ttietr fire iu spirited manner. UlTAILl Of UriHATIOJi. Apiil 14ih. TLe bombardment is cuiitiuued niUi and day f rum BtU guns, each bring Jiu rounds. The M.ineioii lower ha. been silenced, and oii,e round to'er gum. Citiueiiiled, bui Bedm and Garden oat Wriee keep up a heavy lire, No imme diately prospect cl mi u baa u 1 1 - During the wgbt ol Hie Mill i mutt Bauguiuary battle raged be'.uceu the French aud Russians, m vvlucli ilia lur mrl destroyed the Russian title aiiibu Cd in frunt of (tie Mulukull lower. April 11 Ui. -A U la (id ic Ii to die Fienth Government bay luir lue ul the licm.li batteries maintains ll bupcriuni). We have sprung mine belura the luuii battery, It a ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 18 May 1855

EXPLOIT OF A PRIVATEERSMAN. A writer In the Salem Evening Jour--fifl givfiscnie interesting (acts in re lation to the marina of Salem i 1 years on br. Anions other things he gives Ibe following account of an exploit of .1 o 1 1 one oi me -oaieni puvaieersmen in 1814. December 6th, tlie Macedonia, Captain Penn Towiitend, arrived witli prize goods and 22 prisoners. The way in which the Captain came at, aod captured one of his prizes, is fully elucidated in the following anecdote, the substance of w hich the writer had from his own lips. It appears that just after he had left the Wertern Wards, where he had stepped to recruit, and while he was cruising between those inlands and Tristain de Acunna, asail wasdiscov ered on his lee bow, tow ards w Inch he immediately kept away. Whilst runnine down, with alight breeie, the lookout at the mast-head was hailed from the quarter deik as follows: MasUhead, there! Sir? 'Do you ste that sail now ?' Aye aye sir.' What does she look like ?' She loo...

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