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

[From the New York Herald October 22.] [From the New York Herald October 22.] HEENAN AND MORRISSEY. [From the New York Herald October 22.] HEENAN AND MORRISSEY. The Way They were Trained---What Ate. How They Slept. What Sort of Exercise They Took, &c. When the Benicia Boy pnt himself into the hands or Ins trainers at Kock Cottage !io weighed tvo hundred and ixteen pounds avoirdupois, wliieh Las been reduced to about out) hund red and ninety-five plumb, which re daction was brought about by walking, running, nse of duinb-bt!!s, sparring with his trainers and others, fighting the bag, &c. He usually rose about half-past lour in th morning, and re tired in tlio nig'jt abont nine o'clock to rest. The training jtoccrs to which IJeenan was subjected embodied the following principles, viz: Evacuation, for the purpose of cleansing the stom ach and intestines; sweating, for the purposo of removing fatty humor; ex ercise, for strengthening the muscles, and suitable regimen for nourish...

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 November 1858

AAA' yV JlV kfcir r EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEW, OF WHATEVER STATE OIS PEUSUASION, IIEL1GIOUS Olt PO LIT I CA L. Tkos. J.fferson. VOL. 7. M'AltTHUR, YINTON COUNTY, OHIO, NOVEMBER 11, 1858. NO. 13. Aim (jjl y nil &j glcrtljur gtmptrat. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BY ALEX. PEAKCE. OFFICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, inONT STREET, X'ARTHUB, OOIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. On copy one voar,ln advance, If Dai.l after ilx months. $1,80 8.00 10,00 Clubs of ton new lubucriber tol P. 0, The money must Invariably accompany the order from Clubs. t"No paper will be discontinued until all ar jaaraes are paid op, unless at tbe option of the Publiblior. When the paporiB not ordered to be diwontin aed at tbe end of the year, It will be continued, . TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Square (10 linos) 8 insertions $1,00 Each additional Insertion 2,1c 8 MONTHS. 6 MONTHS. 12 MONTHS. One square $3,00 15,00 f3,no rpt .... K nn o a a i n aa Three do. T.oo 10,00 is.oo j. wu buuoicb v.vv o.uw ja,w 'A i column 10,00 15...

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. — 11 November 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. ALKX. VliARCJC, i'DiTOB. MoAttTIIUR : THURSDAY, NOV. 11. ISS. Democratic Doctrine. Tlmt new States should not bo ad- mitted into the Union until they have n'ri, a nnnnlnrinn KiiflipiPlit to pn. title -them to a Representative in Cornus, is eo just both to tho old StulfB and to the territories, that we how any one could objeCt to it as tho rulo in future, lint our! Republican opponents did object to it, pronouncing it unjust nnd unfair al (liVrriniiiiatuin in favor of the South. ercse1, for totaa Territory, it is said, and suitable regio an,iy for nJini8sio body. Havitiono. on,y twehty.fiT0 coursoot phrf ' n(mL,Uii8 ITZ.hJ National Zy jA ,iti,IW,,f the Democratic rale. It thinks this move in .Nebraska -makes tho more necessa ry on the part of Congress "a solemn affirmation of tho incapacity of any and every Territory to apply for ad- mission into the Union until its pop- uh.tion has reached the established ra - tio ol Federal representation and a ii;rid odheranco to tha...

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. — 11 November 1858

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. Wo publish the follow ing fur the benefit of ul. 'ecrihcra to newspapers : 1. Subscribers who do not give notice to the contrary, ro considered us wishing to coutmue, .eir subscription. II tlio subscribers oMer cr their papers, tho publisher may continue to thorn until all Jr-rrv are raid, i s. if subscribers refuse or neglect to take their rccted.theynro held responsible until they lmvo; iwnouieuis irom ins oinco to w men nicy Bro oi- j eottled tho bill uud ordered them discontinued. 4. If mlwrilicrs remove to other places with- ,ntS f.ndbie. i 5. Tho courts hnvo decided that refusing to take I tomera frmn t:n ft.V..., ...,....-: ....1 !... Ihom uncalled for, is pront itcit evidence of in-1 tentional fraud. i. . .... 1 oimuiuri wno noinv a i-nu isloT I lai ins P- V-r i not taken from the otlico, arc ruired to fr.vo too reason 11 liv tlw.v m-n tirtl. tubi.n oor .V.l J'urt (Ijni Jiiftructimi and l.atrt tho (liwontlniiatice;"lIllty THi;ilSI...

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. — 11 November 1858

Miscellaneous Articles. [From the Scientific American.] Domestic Recipes. Scented Oils. Some of these are (told by perfumers at a very high prof it; thej can all be prepared at a very small expanse. Take a quart of com mon olive oil, and heat it in a stone ware vessel up to 212 decrees, then add half an ounce of 6al soda, and lir all for fifteen minutes. Allow tLe oil to cool, and a sediment will fall to the bottom; pour off the clear, and Bcent it with any of the essential oils, such as rosemary, bcrgamot and lav ender. One-fourth of an ounce of Iho essential oil, which Is very excellent lor the hair and equal to Rowland's celebrated Maccassar oil sold at such extravagant prices. Lucifer Hatch Composition. the boilv. lui'vjfijnd a half of glue, course of I'l'.rjfL i.o8phorus, two and a regular extra" ' iter, one ounce and a increased in soVP--cd ochor, and half an proofed-ivciilualt. Having carefully Democratic rrne Ingredients, manipu we as (01 lows: First reduce the glue to a smo...

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. — 25 November 1858

9 IllT SrMir ir EQUAL A'D EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEX, OF WIIATEVEIt STATE Oil ITKSU ASIO, ItELIGIOlS Oil rOLITICA h.-Thot. Jeffcrion. VOL. 7. M'AllTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, NOVEMBER 25, I858. NO. 15. llteSrltnir gcmotrat. rUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BY ALEX. PEAIICE. 9 FFIOE IN MALONE'S BUILDINO, TRONT ITBEIT, ITaRTHIR, OHIO. TERMS OF rmLlCATIOX. One copy one roar, in advance, $1,50 If psia sftor six months, 2,00 Clubs of ten now subscribers tol P. 0. 10,00 The money must invariably accompany the rders from Clubs. l-SJ"No paper will be discontinued until all ar- naraess are paid up, unless at the option of the Publisher. When the paper Is not ordered to be dlocontin l j at the end of the year, it will be continued. TEIIMS OF ADVERTISING. One Square (10 HnoslS insertions.... s uoNTns. t months. 12 iiowth's. Oneiqnara ts.oo .voo ?.no Two squares S,00 8,00 12.00 Three do. 7,00 io.oo i5,oo U column io.oo is,on so.oo QAii'K.na ai'rfwci, ZurJl half more than the above mtcs. 8peclal noticos wi...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 25 November 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. Al.hX. fEAHOK. Luitoa. .MeAimiUlt: tim'ksd.vy. : : : : : : Nov. cs. ,.. ISS8. Right! We are ir.'.ub j'leaicil iv'.th an uli- i I...;- f,ar,ii:.in ..l.r.ll,,. Il. i.-ill ' lave fclavery or not. Wo think i is... ...... ..... ta. W,e tiue.ur.au inquirer, inai uiu i;e- moeracy vi ;m ...... ,.,... ii,.,f f... II. IH.U. ivi.ci.lll .11.11 vuir :et-9 fcliall le-i.ate utiier lor vr against slayery in thu territories; that to do. bo would be a comnli-tu aband- Ol 11 nr II' t! IL'Li U II I.IH ll , r.T, of Snndav last. Riven fi3 a reply . ., , ' . tr. 1 , 1 totho IvicLmon 1 Lnqu:rer. The !at-j t,r pJiIr.n lli-it '(il)ires his tiie ' ri -lit and is in Jutv botiiul, to i rutei.t "S . T ;, . ., .. ,. bhivevy in the Jcmtorica, tuitd t lie t . n T .;. i, ,ii , i ; pooploot the K-rntory ahall decide in ontneut of the non intervention plat- form and a coneefsioti that tl.o Ro- lo. m and a contewiou that tl.o publicans were riht in claiming hat Congress had bucIi power to legislate . i . ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 25 November 1858

r'eio rf' ;v itlMftfVil DC .IC.-.tUbiu AC...U(t.il. m . . . .I, , - - LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. eriNrftor.-.l-.i: 1. Subfc.ribew who .' not eive liotioa to the Contrary. an.- .-otisUcrcd ti Vii-Vms to continue; sir Rr.hs-ri-.'tiou. . If tha Mihwrihom or.lor 0: dMOor.t'niinnt-e l,n ,:iai uhuiv vv of thMr raDLTJ. tiieruti! u.l tlium lii.t'l all urro:iruci'3 tiro rnul. Mirio.r.c.Ufroratt.i...:J!cot.) V.cti tl.v aro .1:- rvtu.l. t hey firo li. r.l v. -p-u-i )lo ou:il tly y huvu' "';. o.aDuin.uior,.,! i.ne.;.ow m 5. Tl,,c,nru hr.vc a. :M.-lthtrcfliinltto taV.- pir from tlw w rcinovtii nnd lcayiitg Onllnformi':? tl.a l u'ilislicr. aii.t tin. lmtn-M lire 'Ut to tlio loraier uir.-c'ln, tb.:" r lio'.d r- (Miuni it, 4, mtli.i ofli,.... or .eiiii.viiiu n.l loayi..ff rillu.l fur, U : rim Unit uriavu ol iu-' tr.ma. . . - 1.. ... P.. - . ..l.T ...i. Vt j l.a . them niio Untiom.Kr.iuJ. Ir i lint tuV'il fn)iu tl.o ollii'.'. urn ro.(i.ir.'il to five tl'.o re.n'i. whv tht-y n.it tu...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 25 November 1858

Miscellaneous Articles. Curing Hams. The slaughter of tha porkers begins this month on all well regulated farms, from Aroostook, to the farthest Wc6t and South to Mascn and Dixon's line; and odIj a little later farther South; we sec the slick beauties suspended by the gambrels, their open mouths biting the cob, from which thoy shell ed tho com while living. The hams and shoulders, destined for bacon, are liable to be foiled in two ways by too much salt and by too little. Not one ham in ten offered in the market is properly cured for human food. Many persons put tho hams in with the other pork, and spoil it. Many of tho receipes offered arc too indefi nite to be of any service. Tho follow ing cures bacon fit for a king, or his eldest daughter: For ono hundred pounds of ham take salt, ton pounds Turk's Island is the best six ounces saltpeter, and two rxmnds of brown aimar. Mix the ingredients as evenly a9 possiblo and rub them npon tho fleshy side of the hams and shoulders. Tuck tho h...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 23 December 1858

fit 11 i;:Mu r. EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEIV, OF WHATEVER STATE Oil PERSUASION, ItELIGIOUS Oil POLITICAL. Tho. Jefferim. VOL. 7. M'ARTHUH, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, DECEMBER 23, 1858. NO. ID. President's Message. [CONCLUDED.] Onr position in rolation to the inde pendent States south of us on this con continent, and especially tho30 within tho limits of North America, ia of a Ecculiar character. Tho northern oundary of Mexico is coincident with our own southern boundary from ocean to ocean; and must necessarily feel a deep Interest in all that concerns tho well-being and tho fato of so near a neighbor. Wo linvo nlways cherish ed the kindest wishes for tho success of that Republic, and havo indulged the hope that it might at last, alter nil its trials, enjoy peace and prosperi ty under a frco and stablo govern ment. We have never hitherto interfered, directly or indirectly, with its internal affairs, and it is a duty which wo owo J to ourselves, to protect tho integrity i of its ter...

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. — 23 December 1858

latiort of any particular country. The periodicnl revulsions which liavo existed in onr past history, must continue to return at intervals solonp na enr present unbounded Fvstctn of lank credit! 6lia!l revnil. They will, liowctcr, probably be tho loss eevere in futnre; because it is not to be -expected ,at lcait for many years to come, that the commercial nations of Europe, with whose interests our own era bo materially involved, will cxpo3o thorn selves to bimilnr calamities. Uut this subject was treated fo niueh at largo in nay last annua! message, that I shall not now piirauo it further. Still, I re ppectfully renew tho recommendation iu favor of tho passage -of a uniform 1 ankrnjit law, applicable tp banking institutions. This is all tho power vet the subject vrhich, 1 believe, tho 1'ederal Government possesses. Such a law would mitigate, thonch it might not prevent, Iho ovil. Tho instinct of self-preservation might produce- n wholesome Testraiot upon tneir bunk ing business, if...

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. — 23 December 1858

SALE OF DELINQUENT LANDS AND TOWN LOTS. The following is a list of Lsnds and Town Lola within theCounly of Vinton return delinquent by the Treasurer of said county for the Tuxes of 1S57, charged with the taxes and penalty fur said year, together with the taxes of the current year added thereto. Proprietors. .LANDS. iR T 11910 1711 18 12 10; No. 1. Eagle Towkshiiv Grubbs Thomas Vanatta Samuel Wilcox Joseph j Ray James i lioblitt John Jr. Masters Richard j Probisco Jacob j same j Dixon Silas I Ry John j 1'robasco JerTerson " , Wilco Joseph ' Harper, James , 1 same ! McVey James S same Wilcox Joseph Irwin Francis same Wilcox Joseph Freeman John W Pickens Samuel Yaple Alfred Bar net John Fitzgerald Henry Probasro Jacob Irwin Francis same Probasco Jacob same lame Sperry Jamoi same No. 3. Knows T. Clark Samuel HQ 11 BigSsnd Iron Company same same same tame sama Chambers William Big Sand Iron Co. Matheny Charles Brown & Ives Big Sand Iron Co. Collins Oliver Kennard James Big Sand Iron ...

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. — 23 December 1858

SJl- Sl&ttlnr Stmocrat. f OBU8KBD EVERY THURSDAY BY - ALEX. rEAUCE. (IIFICI IN MALONE'S BUILDING IBOXT ITSSKT, M'AKTHIB, OHIO. TERMS OF ri HLICATION. Onseeay onsyear, In aJ.vi.nce, $1.50 If pid after six months. S.Ort Clubs of ten new subscribers tol P. 0. 10.00 Tha monev most invariably accompany the dr from Clubs. .SNo piper will be discontinued nntil all ar- Hir.irti are paid up, unless at the option of tl 'whsn' t'hs par0' ' 1,nt nr'1!r"1 ,n '-!wontin-lt at the end of the yer, it will ! continued. TEU1H OF ADVERTISING. Oat Square (lOHnoslJ Insertions.. Kaoh additional insertion I months. I MONTHS. fl.nO 2.'o 12 months. .00 12 on 15.00 10.00 Onssquara $V0 fS. Two squares S.oO P. 00 Three do. 7.00 10.00 column 10.00 1T..C0 Cinmmn WOO 20.00 o.no All rula and flguro work will he charged one fcalf mnrt than tho above rules. Special notice will be charged doublo the above Card of Physicians. Lawyers, or other, oon aining five linesor less. per annum. Obituary notice exceeding five...

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. — 30 December 1858

.Iff fitlf iff E EQUAL AMD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL HEX, OF WIIATEVEU STATE Oil PERSUASION, KELICIOUS OR POLITICAL Thos. Jefferson. VOL. 7. M'AHTHUH, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, DECEMBER 30, 1858. NO. 20. WjMn Stmottat. FOBLI8HBO EVERY THUFSDAT BY ALEX. PEARCli. fFIl IN MALONE'S BEILDING TIONT ITREKT, lf'ARTHVR, OHIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. a copy one year, In a.lvnnca, $l.f0 If palil aftor aix month, 2.00 Clubs of ten new subscriber tnl P. 0. 10.00 Th monoy must invariably accompany tbe rder from Clubs. 3f"No paper will be difcontinued until nil ar- narasrns are paid tip, unless at the option of the rnblisher. When the papor Is not ordered to bo diseontin aa at the end of the year, It will he continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 08quar (10 linos)8 insertions f 1.00 Xaoh additional Insertion 2!c I MONTHS. 8 IIOXTII. 12 MONTHS. Oneaqiiar $3.00 f5.no S.O0 Two aquarca (1.00 8,00 13.00 Three do. 7.00 10.00 15.00 K column 10.00 15.00 20.oo column 15,00 Sn.00 80.00 All rule and flflnro work will be charp...

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. — 30 December 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. ALEX, PEARCE, Kuitu. McARTIlUR : THURSDAY. : ; PF.C. SO, 185ft. i "Not in the Bills!" find that the absurd storks and . . unjust irsinnations, in regard to Ccr-1" tain individuals and officers of this oounty, wliicli were circulated by tho p.lnMr n,nii1i)!pnn r.linno durili2 the Tccent canvass, have had a secondary j effect which our opponents either did riot calculate upon or were 60 regard Lisa of conseancuces a9 not to care about. Our neighbors, not fully un derstanding tho matter, begin to en tertain opiuions decidedly damaging to the fair fame of onr county and wholly unjust to nintteeu-ttventicths of its citizens. They appear to re gard tho people here ft9 a set of hen therm aud their officers as extremely corrupt and dishonest. They havo taken for truth what was simply put forth by our opponents to carry thro' their tickot, and have judged accord ingly. Were all true which has been charged against our officers and citi zens, bv a few "lewd fellows of the laser s...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 30 December 1858

SALE OF DELINQUENT LANDS AND TOWN LOTS. The follow irj is a list of Lands and Town Lots within the County of Vinton return delinquent by Hie Treasurer ol taid county for the Taxes of 1857, charged with the taxes and penalty for (aid year, together with the taxes of tlio currant year added thereto. Proprietors. R T J No. 1. Eagle Towkship Crubbs Thomng Vanatta Samuel Wilcox Joseph Ray Jamca Bobli'tt John Jr. Masters Richard Probisro Jacob aaine Dixon Silas Ry John Probaaco Jefferson 0 Wilcox Joseph Harper, Jainoa same UcVay James 3 same Wikox Joseph Irwin Francia same Wilcox Joseph Freeman John W Pickens Samuel Yapla Alfred Barnet John Fitzgerald Henry Probasco Jacob Irwin Francia samo Probasco Jacob lame lima Spetry Jamos some No. a. IJrows Tr. Clark Samuel BijSand Iron Company aame lima same ime aamo Chamber! William Big Sand Iron Co. Matheny Cliarlci Brown & Ivea Dig Sand Iron Co. Collins Oliver Kemitrd Jumea liij Sand Iran Company tame aaine aame aame tamo Brewer Nathan U'ig ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 30 December 1858

SCIOTO AND HOCKING VALLEY RAILROAD! ON end after Ma; S'ilh, liW, Traiua will rua . m fullowi i . Uoiko North. Mail train leavos Portsmouth , T A. M.; arrives at Usmden at 11 A. M.; ma king close connections with through trains on the Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad for all points East and WoBt. Accommodation Tmln haves Portsmouth at 1,40 r. m.; arrives at liamdeu at 6,40 r. m. QoiNO 8odtb Accommodation train leave Hamdcnato,l(A. M.; arrives at Portsmouth at 10,40 a. m. connecting with AuWy packets for Cincinnati. Mail train loaves IUm-ltn at 12,15 r. .; arrives at Portsmouth at ,15 p. v. Through ticlets can be proonrcd at tlis ofllcoof th company. J. W, WEBB, Superinten'nl. Not. i, '58.-tf Ladies' and Misses' SHOES AT COST!! j. 11. ki;, Siuon & llnlbert'M Block, Main Streot, N'ARTHUR, OHIO, 19 now selling otf atcost. a large lot of Ladies' and M Uses' Shoes, of ull kinds under tho size ( Fivos. Now is tho time to got cheap bargains! Angnst 1. tf Tin: ciLoni:: The OiJicial Paper...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 6 January 1859

-J ti 1 14' 1 mi in iti iri n-v 11 EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO JILL J1E.M, OF WIIATEVEII STATE Oil PEKSUASlOX, 1 1 ELI G IOCS Oil rOLITIC.L-Tflc.. Jrfferton. T0L.-7." ' :-: ' M'AKTliUK;' VINTON COUNTY; "OHIO, JANUARY .0, 1859. : No;2i, 111 V , ffl ''0- TK . , n l. i a A rdBLliHBD EVEBT THUBSDiY 8 ; ' ALEX. rE Alt CE. fries in malone's building raoxT iTBriT, h'abthcr, oiiio. I: f ER.MS OF PUBLICATION. ..'. 1n (opy one tcar,in tavanco, Id.50 If paid after x month, ' 1.00 (!lub of ten ney ubciben tol P. 0. 10.00 Th monuT hiniit Invariably accompany th -Htr from Clubs- ' v tFNo paper will be dlseontlnticdltntl! nTt T . mrneci are paid up, unless at the option of the PnKliahcr. - ' T- . When the paper 1 notordereil toba (Viocontin u4 at tbe end of the year, it will bo continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Oo Square (10 lines) 8 Insertions fl.00 Eaoh additional insertion 25c t MONTHS. 6 MONTHS. 1 MONTHS. Oneiqnara fioo - f.VOO f?.oo Two sqnare B.00 8. no 12.00 Three do. 7.00 10,00 1S.00 H colum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 6 January 1859

Mexican Depredations on Our Mexican Depredations on Our Commerce---Tampico—Attempt Mexican Depredations on Our Commerce---Tampico—Attempt to Make Graza Disgorge--Postal Reform—the Fillbusters—The Pension Bill, Etc. WASHINGTON, Dec., 24. Parties iutrinately connected with llexico, and havin a widely-extended knowledgo of Mexican affaire, aro urging upon onr Government tho eeuding of -several vessels of war to Tampico, with positive orlura tocom x)l Grazn to restoro what he has plundered from American citirons in the stune way that ho was compelled to make restitution to tho Spanish merchants. In vo American vessels liavoleen lired into, detained and robbed by him 'and the cargo of ono was ordered to bo discharged on the beach while he was Lcsiegiug the city, and was then sent by him into tho interior on his own account. The vessel was then made a cover to his launches in an attack on a fort, was perforated H'ith shot bolus, aud tho clioif mate's hand shot away, ller commander, Captai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 6 January 1859

SALE OF DELINQUENT LANDS AND TOWN LOTS. The following is a list of Lamia and Town Lota within the County of Vinton return delinquent by the Treasurer of said county for the Taxea of 1857, charged with the taxes and penalty for laid year, together with the taxea of the current year added thereto. LANDS. TAX, Proprietors. No. . Eagls Township Grubbs Thomas Vanatta Samuel Wilcox Joseph Ray James Bnblitt John Jr. Hasten Richard Probasco Jacob same Dixon Silas Riy John Probssco Jefferson C Wilcox Joseph Harper, James same McVey James S same Wilcox Joseph Irwin Francis same Wilcox Joseph Freeman John W Pickens Samuel Yaple Alfred Barnet John Fitzgerald Henry Probasco Jacob Irwin Francis samo Probasco Jacob tame same Speiry James same No. 3. linou's Tp. Clark Samuel BijjSand Iron Company same samo samo same same Chambers William Big Sand Iron Co. Muthcny Charles Brown & Ives Big Sand Iron Co. Collins Oliver Kcmiard James Big Sand Iron Company same lame same same same Brewer Nathan Big ...

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