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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 10 February 1859

Wit and Humor. Wit and Humor. Why he Bet on Him. A Virginian relates an anecdote of Mr. Wise's famous stumping tour be fore the last Gubernatorial election. Ho was introduced to a famous char- ncter of tbeir county, Mr. V ,' wlien tho following conversation oc curred: -r Mr. F. ''Glal to eeo you, Mr. Wise." Mr. W. ' Happy to sec you, Mr. F." Mr. F, "Sorry I can not vote for you, Mr. Wiso." Mr. W. "Sorry for that, too; but this is a froo couutry a man can vote as he pK-asee." Mr. F. "But I'll bet on you, Mr. Wise." Mr. W. "'Glad to hear that from you, Mr. F , a you arc a man of discrnment in all betting matters." Mr. F. "Let mo tell you a story. Some years a?o 1 was at the Rich mond races. There wero were sever i al fine looking horses entered. Pres ently thev led in the ugliest, rawbon- icat, scrawniest looking beast that ever you did see; but ho had firo m his cyo. I got any odds I pleased, and - m t X.nt- .Q,- i f F nan 'r -urn fur you, Mr. Wise, in go my ueatu uni ting for you!" ...

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. — 17 February 1859

ifl Mill 1 1I M EQUAL AM) EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL ME.f. OF WSIATEVr.'.: STATS OK I J" 1 2 S U A K i O !V, I.E1.K.IOI S Oil IMf L.Ttf-i L. 7'io.. J'jjtrscn. VOL. 7. M'AKTIIUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, FEBRUARY 17, 185!. NO. 27. J Mil If IF . E'Ijc HTcrtbur Sraccmt. PUBLISHED EVERY TH0RSD.7 BY ALEX. rEAKCE. OFFICE-IN B RATION'S NF.W BCILPIXO TWO DOORS EAST OF HIE COURT HOUSE, UP STAIKS. TERMS OF rrnLICATIOX. ?fne?frVIInol"hlIvanec, tMnVsof t'nnirniin".iw:ribitoil. o. loioo mouvy nust invariably accompany order from Clubs. t-y"No paper will bo discontinued until all J.iracres uro paid up, unless at the option of Publishor. Wlion tlic paper is not orderod tobe discontin uo J at the end of the yoar, it will bo continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Square (10 linen) 8 Insertion.. ...... .f 1,0 Knob, additional insertion $5 S IIONTI1S. J VONTnS. 18 BOTII" Ono square .t'.OO fS.OO Two squares 5,00 8.00 12.00 Three do. 7,00 10,00 15,00 looltimn 10.00 15,00 80,00 column 15,00 iO.OO $0,00 All rule and ...

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. — 17 February 1859

The Admission of Oregon, &c. Tl. f.Vr 11 VI IV luiiowio" wo cl in iiu;a Cincinnati Enquirer: WASHINGTON, Feb. 12. Tlu lill lit r fht! HJmissiuii of" Ore ... .i... it a r.., !csH'vate Rtinglc and Iv a rompura tsvelv email majority. Tho Eopubli onns'lo-iK'htit with all tho ar's of pur - liamc-nffirv warfare, and iic-irWted warfare, anl neglected nothing to insure its defeat. One could hr.vo eur'poscd, from the bitter- nrf3 txliio'ted, that it was a bill tu ad in't t.n tiave Staff instead of one free State. Giddiis, Washburne, imd other Kepubiiean h-ndcrs, were in dose consultation with Keitt, Bonham, Smith, of Va., and oilier extreme pro Kiifprv men. lhey lornied a combi nation that they thought would insure i'.s del'ertt. It wa3 omusing to see Washburno and Grow whispering and l lotting with Keitt and Curry. The men into the party traces A week oco it was supposed that thirty or for-1 ty Kepnbl;oans would vote lor it, it i enmo np;-iritbia Hint timanl) caved in but a dozen or so,...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 17 February 1859

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. Wo publish tl;c following for the benefit of sub- Tllier to newspapers : 1. Subscribers who Jo not givo notice t the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue .eir subscription, '.'. If the snhseribsr nr.'.ir tbs disenntir.tisnoo of their papers, the pnhlishr msy ouiitinuu MnJ thet,i nntiUliurrar:.ce.-. ore raid. periodicals from the oinooto whhh thev are di- recte J. they are held responsible ttnlil they havo settlor! Uio'bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. K iil:riors remove to other platen with- informing the publishers, nnt too papers aro s-.nt to tha former direction, they urs Irold re- sponsible. 5. The eonrU h.ividivideilthatrefiKlt'eto take frntn the nrtleo. or ri'meviitir and leaving them unenlled for, trina fidt evidence of in- fraud. ' ! Postmasters who notify a publisher that Ids pa- per is not taken from tlie otfiee. tiro re.inired to ' : See Post Office Instructions and Laws. TIH.HSDAY, TlU. 17. 1950. I GREAT INDUCE...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 17 February 1859

Select Miscellany. licr j'ilifi 'I'm losing flli,' ,as a Imtclier sa'ul, whtn he saw a mnn robliin j Ms cart. The musician who composed the - urei of intellect' is CbgHgCU 1 ou a new f'pera A pocery firm nt i!uilingtcn, Iown, are n barrel of English walnuts to ih children o-t a Christmas present. All tho walnuts were Bpoiled! "It's j,jo-. MfsscJ to giro than to receive." 1-eaTcToTnnd luve tho women.--By doing thus, yon feel as luoy-tnt as pha-nix just rising from his ashes, or the gul getting squeezed in a pol- ivfl. An advertisement rends us follows: "Stolen, a watch worth ft hundred dollars. If the thief will return it, lie fchall be infoimed where ho may deal one worth two of it, and no ques ti.i: 3 asked." 'nwlmt Jossnlaily take ln-8idc icr(in cider ) John G. I'keslin. Tho Caradian correspondent of tlie New York Times tl.uj rtil'ors to tho tlefulting Ohio Treas-1 urer: If vou ever knew, you may hate fori.'itten and if you never did kuow, fe.,, i ' . ., . a .. (i,t. h, Jt Will be...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 24 February 1859

EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEM, OF WIIATEVEIl STATE OR PERSUASION. RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL-Tkos. J,ffmon. VOL. 7. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, FEBRUARY 24, 1859. NO. 28. W Sttirfjuir Stmocrat. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ALEX. PEARCE. OFFIOE-IN BRATTON'8 NEW BUILDING TWO DOORS EAST OF THE COURT . HOUSE, UP STAIRS. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Onecopy one your, In advance, $1,50 If nfter fix months, 2,00 Tho money rnnt invarjnhly accompany the erriara from Clubs. t3TNo paper will lie discontinued until all fir 1 .irwrcs nro jiaiJ tip, iuiIcjb at tlio option of the l'nblishor. Wlicn tlio paper U not onlcroil to lio tlincontin nod at tho end of tho year, It will ho continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Ono Square (10 lines) 3 Insertions f 1,0 Each additional insertion 25 8 HONTHft. 8 MONTHS. 12 MONTHS One sqnaro (3,00 fS.OO Two squares Three do. H column 3.00 5,00 7,00 10,00 8,00 10.00 1.1,00 12 no 1.1.00 20.no 80,00 V column 15,00 20.00 All rule and figure worlc will bo charted ono half moro...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 24 February 1859

Cuba--The Indiana Legislature. -Mr. IlcflVeu ba ofioml in the In - Jiati'i Senate, tlio lolloping preamble! r.ti : rcisi'nuims: WuiiKPAS, Many oflioials of the i-jmtiish Government, upon a JsIanJ .iii . ...... u . t i i vi cuim, its wen as upon t:ie ihii si-ns, I,nv ouragou tliuniitt ot A miM"1 eiiis'.-us, tnimjiloil on tlio comity which hlinuM l'u t'xti'iiJeil by tlio "ovornment T ohe'ration to that of another, have ii.suc.l anJ outraged the American caused our ships to Lo ' iwui ana scciunoa on tuo common, iiipliwtiv at :iatious, liavo relused to m:.i:i! n.iu Hp'jiory wiueli a 6ciiso ol ..)tt:..i cii.nM huiiiii-ai ti U'iieukas, The Government fcpain has directly sanctioned tho e.uiso and conduct of her officials, in their eoiitiiuied course of bad con duet and treatment of American citi zein; and, Wulrkas, Thft Spanish Govern ment is tho only civilized Government in t!m woild that countenances, either directly or indirectly, that relic of bar Laiistu tlio African slave trade; and ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 24 February 1859

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. W publish the following for the benefit of sub- i. Subscribe who do rot g-ve notice to the SSr7pKUcrcd vUI'infi l fom!nno S. If the subscribers order fho discontinuance or their papers, the publisher jnt continue to ed them until ah nrVoanMian paid. . If subscribers refuse or neglect to take their; peric-lleals from the wBceto Wch thov nre di- reeled, thay nro held -respon-ibla rntil tlev have Buttled tho bill nnfi ordered them .1U -olirimii.it. 4. If subscribers remove to other place with out informl) tho ptil.Hliors, and the papers aro ent to the former direction, they are held ro aponsthle. 5. The courts have decidedtLntrcfiisincto take papers tVnm the office, or removing and leaving them uncalled lor, is rr tacit evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notifv a puTjlishcr that hi? pa per is not taken from the office, aro required to See Post Office Instructions and Laws. TIILItSDAY, FEU. 24. 18o0. GREAT INDUCEMENTS to subscrib...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 24 February 1859

Agricutural. X. tr - ft - ..art t "V Choice of a Farm. It Lna Lecn justly observed by nn ciuiuciit practical Agriculturist, that t-o iituult c-uii bardly bo jaiJ for j:oo-.l eoil, and that t vt-n n low rent will not make a bad farm lu'otitable. TIio l.tlior of cultivating a rich and a poor boil is nuprly the same while the latter. muiri-3 more inainiro and consequent- Jy ii more expensive ,tliau the former, and the returns bear no porportion in value, it is a wise maxim in mis buudry, of whatever nature the tsoil may be, t'.iat, liko tho cattle by which H is cultivated, it bhould always te K"pt in good condition to enable it to do die work it i3 expected to perform. Tiie ordinary height at which common train crops can be raised in tho Urit- kli island: ik from six hundred eight hundred feet; but in some situ- Iltlon9,troil particularly lavorable Cir-1 fumntances, tolerable crops of barley ... I ...!.. I l A. .. 1 ii it mi oais amy uo prouueeu ju ii ui'igiu o5 nearly nine hundred and...

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. — 3 March 1859

Hlf ft f if if vt f. i it a ir.i . i ; i i m l i j r itj it EQUAL AKD KX ACT JUSTICE TO ALL KEX. OF WIMTEVEEB STATE OU 1'KiSSV ASIOX, ISKLHSIOUS O I! POLITICAL. Thos. J.jJrsvn. VOL. 7. M'AHTIIUK, VINTON COUNTY. OHIO, MAKCII 8, 1859. NO. 29. The McArthur Democrat. EVERY THURSDAY BY A LEX. PE A11CE. PHOE-IX BRATTO.VS NEW BUILDING two noons fast of the conrr HOUSE, IT STAIIIS. T Kit MS OF ri r.LICATIO.N. " ono ropy onoyrar, in advance, , l,r,0 Olulmof tonncwsnbKotiborMoir. a Mp.JO Tho moimy" t!iu;.t invariably ueeoir.rany the "'tKn no otIm,t , .,, lOArnspmiror iuJup, miles nt tl:e.,r;i,m of the PnSHslicr. Wlion tliopnrorinntor.toro,Uol)0 .liscnntin- 11 Oil at tho ciul of tho year, it will bo omitimieJ TERMS OF Al)Vi:iJTlSl'C. ach ikMHimnil iiioition .-, 3 JIONTII.". 6 MONTH". 12 JIONTI'S. Onennro $rn. $.-.(io j?.no Two unn arcs P.Pf) s.oo vn i nrej :o, ; v or 'lit 111 11 7.i") lo.no 1U.'1 i.-.po T.'.fiO ",1.(10 J"' 0 In inn ,jo V. I.- "',' "i'ii..uSu.irac All rul. flnil fi.riir. n-rti-...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 3 March 1859

Washington News. T'ri.lcr i!i.tc of tho 5th nit., the or-er; on lent of tho Cincinnati E"a j i.'irr writes ns follow. Having been on lu.shro?sr-tit of the citv ( ii few tltiva. is mv upoWv for lint kefi'irif no mv correspondence p:rg up my correspondence with the punctuality of the mails. It !!. betn. in some reflects, n notieea- week, and lias left its mark en - 1 it cycles a mark not in all ns- jvfN r. ereeuWo. Mr. U;ih New llampsl.ir. the ' . rv.T.v.is .V.olit.on agitator, tool; oc - ;,n to ii.trodiu-e the negro into tk- C c.HiP f nl ,.uwl ,v ifiov i-.t , "incethe I'ike's I'cak excitement, i 1 " j a population of one hundred thou- pund, and is rapidly increasing. The Euglisti rcstnciun,nnrivr.Jr.lonnfB to nothing, 6') far rs Kansas 6 con eenied, and can have no practical ap plication, ltio 1emocrats ot tlio Senate, therefore, by a largo majority, j ivjectrd it, Mr. Crittenden and other Americans joining with them. Halo having got tho negro into the! Semite, ft general discussion ...

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. — 3 March 1859

The McArthur Democrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. e the following for tl.a beuetit of sub act, hers to newspapers : i- cT.oserioers who do nut give notice to the Km'.rar.r, are considered us wishing to continue .vrMiu.ription. -. It tho subscribers order the discontinuance of tVI, papers, the publisher may continue to WU I tl.oni until nil , rrciir. ,,.. r i,i,l 8. If subscribers refine or neglect to take their . i- , . ji . . . -i . id .i . . l ewoiuean iioio in? omoe to w nun mev are ii- rci VJ, they ra bold responsible until they have settled llie bill and ordered thorn discontinued, 4. If suberilrs remove to other places with- out informing tiio )ublU)iers, atitl the pniiern ure t tbo former direction, they urn held ro- ;..n-ib'.i'. b. The ootirU have dl.h.il thnt .nAitnitn tolr imperii Iru'n the otHeo. or retnoUntf xinl lHi.vin.f tliem tni.-ullod for, U frima fjiu evidonee of iu- tentiullnl fiiin.l. l'ostm.iter nhn nntlfv miUIv.,', ii,t 1,1. . -ris not taken f...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 3 March 1859

Agricultural. , ' Planting Peach Trees. Tliero isn j$iv;itilivvrt:ty of oi'inidii ns to tho t uiKj to I'l'uit piiifli trots, hit ol.scrvatinii an I expcia-iico touch that tho lest tiino to !;int thorn in sanJy si'il is in Iho lit I, nnl in still" clayey soil sjrin- is host. Tlio ivii evn why trees succeed best in sandy soil )y loiii' planted in the lull is that they need tlio dirt nicely packed around their fibrous roots liilini? all tho crevi ces between them so tliuk they can, when vegetation commence:, draw the moioturo from tlio ground; and as water wi '.loot mix with eaiul boa? to !'i.rin mud, but causes it to adhere more closely and become mure tightly com pact on buiujj Baturated with water. Tho drcncliiu rains of autumn ami Bjirinij servo to perforin this liiiilily bencheial part; wherea3 clav erouiul . - becomes soft and muddy and permit tho trees to bo blown over by tho winds, thus loo3eiiiii2r tho roots and prevent IK' them rom commencing t n .. " l' l;iuv na duii a iui.-...

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 March 1859

Id. ill W ST r'l 14 EQL'AI. AD EXACT Jl'STUT. TO ALL ?IEX, OV W1IATEVEK STATE OK I'niM'.lMOV KELIKIOl S OIS 1'OLITIfAI Thos . Jtff, trson. VOL. 7. M'AKTIIUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MARCH 10, 1859. NO. 20. in UIM 0 I 3 it? in IP The McArthur Democrat. PUBLISHED EVERY THOBSDAY BV ALEX. PEAUCE. orrn'K- in- r.it.viTows xf.w bi'imuxg TWO JtoollS EAST OF Till". CUl'UT HOL'SK, VP ST A IKS. t 1:11.113 oi ri'HI.H'ATlON. no copy ono year, in uilviiuee, i.ro ii iuki niter mix ininiMiH. -j.no I'lubs of tun now miIwi rihvr tol 1. O. lit .00 Tha itiunev mint in Vit ri a lily iioeuiiiiiiiiy the triors fifini ('lulm. l-2fNo .!i.er ill 1 Jitu'oiilinurt until all nr- Uamifes lire uuiJ Hi', iiiiKsh lit the ut'tion if the Pi.UUIkt. V 1 i o n the )Mier U t t ur.lere.l to he .lin oiitin ucl lit the end of the year, il will he i-uiiiiiniJ, 'I'I'IMI'J IIP Hill lITltIV: oiieS iniiru ( 'in iinoviS inooi-tii.iiK i ft ICadi iilditiniiai iiiuriii as! UoNTIIH. (, UONTIID. 'i MONTHS. One sjiiiiro 3.iuj tr, mi kh) T...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 10 March 1859

The Washington Tragedy. W.. tl. C.lli.vkii.,. he Wiibli'nj'ton murder and seamlaP tj nlfiir from ttivi correspondence of the Cincinnati Elnjili-tsl ul1 w 111 01 i"""is'', havo heard ere this reaches you of tho Ivrril.lo ftn-I . uiiiiui trauy which occurrcil here iind which is tho only ti-j.ii: ol conversation, 1 allude to tho killing f-f l'lnlii) Uarton Key. United States, istrict-Attnniey, by tho lion. Panic! j K. Sickle, lrom Xew City. i ft l I ! No event lias t-cciirreil here lor vean which has treated the intoie cNe'tc inent this has. .Men who rciii'.-inber the liietssay that even tlio t.'illoy diu-i ot l;t7 ilid nut elicit halt tho felling. (Jo where you will you hero Jr. mi male ni.d fomalii nothing but sciih'tliin re lating to this aii'air. The luh social pofitii.n of Key. tho beauty an. 1 ac complishuit'iits of Mrs. Sickles, an 1 the puliti-al romin-;in:e of her hus band, all combine to invest this tra.j;o t!y with peculiar interest, l.'t us take a glance at tho antecedents ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 10 March 1859

The McArthur Hemostat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. v publish H:o r,.ili.ttiiitf lor the UlKLlcf nb-n-r.lnTM to newspapers : 1. Subscribers who do not civo iiotico to tin contrary, nro considered us wishing to continue oil subscription. - It' the subscribers or lor the d'scoritii'itntiee ol their papers, tlio publisher iruiy continue l, ''il l llicm t: ii t i I ull linear;!'.', sure pi. id. . If subscribers refuse .r iivhvt to take their periodicals from the ot!lee to which tl.ov are di-r'.-ted. they in j hold responsible until dry l,;nc ictilcil tho bill iin.l ordered tl.O'H liMut 4. If subset Pvr remove tn other pbc'cs with out informing tlie publishers, nn-l tl.u n j :,ru , flit to tlie turner direction, they aro UJtt- sponsible. .1. The court lit'vi .Ice! 1 '.1 that refiisiior'o t :iT-:t-I "I"'r from tin ollio.', or rciiiovinr and h-jwi tit: , them im. fr, is ; , fn.ie evidence ol" in tentional fraud. Postmat.'crs who notify a publisher thr.t hi pa per is not tak...

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. — 10 March 1859

Agricultural. Soil fro Pears. "Will you Inform mo, tlirouli the Cultivator, which is tliu best locution lbr pears? a stilt' clay soil, tying hili nuil exposed to the wind, Biihaoil clay ftnd limestone gravel; r a loamy bee ond bottom, with similar subsoil. ro tectcd on all sides from the vriudsi" II. A. W. .- , Answer. Of the two locations the latter will prove the best for pears, both "standard and dwarf, provided the soil is not of the black or mucky kind, and has ot depth without lia bility to water soaking. I'ears love a deep clayey loom, free from staud ing water, not too dry nor6o compact as to prevent tlio access of air and moisture-. Tho still' clay soil descri bed above is probably too stirT, and lacking in fertility and depth ; other wise tho trees would grow well on it; but then the exposure to winds would prove injurious to tho trees, as well as destructive to much of tho fruit. E. in 0. CttL Value of Coal Ashes. Tho question is frequently asked, are coal ashes good for ...

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. — 31 March 1859

EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEX, OF WIIATEVEH STATE Oil PEKSUASIOIV, KELIGIOL'S Oil POLITICAL. 7Tio. Jtfferson. VOL. 7. M'AllTHUIt, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MAECII 31, 1859. NO. 33. The McArthur Democrat. rUBLISHED EVERY THOKSDiY BY ALEX. PEAKCE. OFFIi:E-IN 15 RATION'S NEW BUILDING TWO DOOIIS EAST OV THE COURT HOUSE, UP STATUS. TERMS OF riWLICATlON. Ono copy one vcar, in advance, fl.RO If puiil uilornlx month. 2."0 Clubs of ten now snWrihoro tol T. 0. 10,00 Tho money must Invariably accompany the erdera from Clubs. 13?" No paper will bo iliseontimicil until nil ar- g,rsc are. ruii up ynle tit tlie.ipieii of tlif I'utniHiicr. When tho prvpor imiot orilnrcil to bo diipontin vei at the end of the year, it n ill be continue J. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Ono Square (14 linen) 3 insertions fl,0 Each additional insertion 2' 8 uoNTnu. 6 Month. 12 uontiik. Ono sqnnro f 3.0" 1,00 ?,00 Two siinures 5.01) 8,00 12,00 Tliree do. T.Urt 10,00 13,00 U column 10.no 15,00 BO.ofl if column 15,00 20,00 8O;00 ...

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. — 31 March 1859

in.v i uisk rt.iiiur, cuiiicu wwi iii'j duty of ft rating out tho principal, tlio ncompliccs and tlio inis.KHjilit of li Treasury Defalcation of IS57, havo made tliclr report. The doeu ment Inu been, for several months, suspended over t!,o Wads of swim rnilty parties, in Ohio ami elsewhere. hio and elsewhere. like Futo's vntt volume, seven sealed. And now that the bouk is opened, nnl seal after sotil is removed, tin wailing and gnashing t those who nro liot only doomed but damned by its record can be compared only to the torment of n icorpion when be1 etriketh a man.'' We nro sorry that the Committee's is so voluminous as to pre-; ol.nle the lability of it insertion in tlio Timks. If set np in book torm, it would mako a thick octavo of tome more than 400 naircs. To picrtl it nt length before our readers wonld occupy all the ppnee of tho paper not given to advertisements tor nt least two month?, and at that rato, any 'continuation" would become a fear- r..ll l - -. . . . . 1 1111 Ura...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 31 March 1859

ur gcmorraf. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. - - orilxTj to newspapers: 1. Subscrilior win, .1 wto do not oivn notice to tha "utriiry, nro considered a willing to continue cir sunseription. - If the diilmcriberii order the discontinuance t their paper, tlio publisher rniy continue to send tliam until ah urroartijosnre paid. . If subvribcrs refno or m-glect to tako their periodical from the olllee to -which they are di rected, tlit-v nro lu'U responsible until they have aettlod tho bill and ordered thorn, discontinued. 4. If snbscrlhcra remove to othar places wltlir out informing tho publishers, and tlio papers aro sent tn tho former direction, they nro hold re sponsible. 5. Tho courts have decided that refusing to take pnpera from the- oMIeo, or romoving nnd leaving them uncalled for, Uj'rima fttae evidence of ln tentionul fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher Unit his pa per is not taken from tho ollieo. aro required to (rive the reason whv thev ore not taken out. ...

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