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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 31 March 1859

Agricultural. j j ) ' j I I ' Culture of the Blackberry. Soil. Although singularly pioJuc tivo on duy good l'urimiiy lonJ, lor a j onnanutit jlautu.tiuu, a rich, loamy uuJ rather LuiuiJ soil, well uiuuurcJ, id rccomuiouJo'l. Planting. i put out in a Jry season, throw iuto t!io jlaco nsiigncJ ii each plaut about a gallon of watur, iiud allow it to sett'o away; then r tluto the earth (-r its rccejitiun, and j ut in tho roots about three inches tlcefi; a proper lumiJity of tho Boil will thus Le preeerved for a lon time. "Wtttcring upon tho euri'uco burdens tho eoil, imjicdcs tho healthful infta ti:ce of tho aii and dew, and often 1 roves fatal to the plant. Distance. Against a wall or gar ikn fence, plant them five feet apart; or where tin y can , I I L0 Uppi'OacheU On cither side to gather tho fruit, only ft j; I i.. . ii . uur; for field cultivation, allow nt lvast ten feet between tho rows (al! of v Inch space will bo required thu third fcuuuuer) for tho convenience of gath ering th...

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. — 7 April 1859

EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL HIESf, OF 'WHATEVER STATE OK 1'EKSUASION, ItELIGIOlS Oil POLITIC I 7w iw. M'AHTHUH, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, APRIL 7, 1859. NO. ;ji. VOL. 7. If . p r i , art. The McArthur Democrat. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BT ALEX. 1'EAIICE. office-w bratton's new bl'llping : two doors east of the court . : house, up stairs. tekms of publication. On copy one year, In advance, MO ,00 , jf um nimon-. IMubi of ten new mibscribcr tol P. 0. 10,00 The money must invnriutiiy accompany me order from Club. ra-v nlrif w 1 bo discontinnod nntll all ar Manures are paid iTi unlcM Bt the option of tlie Whn tii nnw ! rt or1?ro.1 to be tVincontin J S thl eXf the your, it wi" be continued. TERMS OF ADVERTi?!'0 OneSqitaro (10 WnetW Innortlons Hi' Each additional innortlon t MONTIIf. t MONTH. 13 MONTH. Onaiqnar V-0 l00 3- Two nquarca 5.00 8,00 12.00 Three do. T.00 10,00 15,00 V column- 10,00 15.00 20.00 Q column 15,00 fU0 f9-00 All rnleand figure work will be charged ono Tiiiir mnro than th...

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. — 7 April 1859

Power of Probate Courts to issue Certificates of Naturalization. -.i ii .. oiitu;raDie excitement vaa wt'-1 1al Inst LIL-on tlio eve of fheOcto- Lor c'l'dkm. Lv tlie decision, of tlic ietrict Court of tliis count j tlint tlto l'rubatc Uonrt Lad no nntliorrty to issue -citifjcatea of natnraltzation. Jnbo Hilton of th rrnte Court liad docidisa that the Constitution ol ; the United Srutes, nnd of this State, and tlie statute orirumzlns the Co.irr. I con erred on inui jurisdiction in ca ses of naturalization. lie, however, .yielded to the decision of tlie District Court, and refunded to nil applicants I tlie lees they had paid into the Court Kt their certilicutoa. -Mr. Matthew iuiith did not, lioir- ' ever, mean to submit quietly 4o tlio i deciswn of the District Court. He luid made his declaration tf intention j to becomo a citizem beforo Judre! Unrjroyne, nnd, alter the decision of the District Court, ha applied to the Circuit Court of the United States for kis linnl certificate. In t...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 7 April 1859

The McArthur Hemostat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. We publish tho following for tbe bemratorsr.D soribcrs to newspapers: . . .. 1. Subscribers who do not give notice tetha contrary, are considered as wishing to comma J.eir lubseription. , ,. . 3. If tlia subscribers order tin discontlrmrao of their papers, the publisher nay continue to l .1 . ' 1 -1 . ..savanna n ( TV U , I aeuamoni muii n i , 8. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take thoir periodicals rrom tlie omeeio wmcn w-ui-rectod, they are held responsible until thi'y fcave ...,t...i ikn v.: II U.,1 AinM,l them d'srrtnrliitiGd. U.UO. fcMW Will v...-..- .. V 4. If subscribers remove to othor places with-I out informing tne puoiisnorB, ana we ipspum r sent to the former direction, they are held re-sponsibtc- 6. The courts have decided that refusing to take paper from the office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, ia prima facie evidence of in tentional frund. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 7 April 1859

Agricultural. Hints for the Season. I. Keep yonr lock, especially caf- iiu it ii j homus, iroin riiiinin over your, incinlows and triiniiling tiiem. ilore injury is oIUn dino tu a niea'Iow dur-i intr tJiti unity ujriii. by tliia uieuns, tlmuia conceived of by larmeri. tlio land is dry, tlio damage is lesa; I.ut if wet. then so much wot-so. t'ur ti miiiilmr. iimII li'.i.u i:..,., .1 M . . ........ .... ..... I'liuoiuiui uiu bui wire or clay fit to make brick: in which grass win not "row well. . Look ntter your breeding eW8: Jet tlicia have charcoal orfn.ai.irn.il v jitiiinal lo-xl will also be wi'loni'j. bee the paet munbera ofihe Fanner, lor means b which the fcVil liabitd nling their pigs may be pievonted.- tuvu the hogs good opportunity make mauuro. If they are allowed to root 111 tho orchard, tlu-v will dustrov . . innl Knn.l.n r.t .,l- tl...l ....... I 1 . .1 h,lu' iiiuiut.-io vi s; 1 uua mui w UU1U mil- envise be injurious HI. Select your ep;ga of your best laying lienn to sit ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 April 1859

III (mni' fv$$ t .til M IN iU f W A. m hi EQVAL AXD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL 31 EX, OF WHATEVER STATE Oil PEItSl'ASlO.V, KEL1GIOI S OB POLITICA L. Thas. Jefferson. VOL. 7. M'ARTIIUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, APRIL 11,. 1859. NO. 3D. The McArthur Democrat. fUBI.ISn.ED EVERT THDPSDAT BY ALEX. PEA Iter. OFFtCK-IN' E RATION'S NEW BUILDING TWO DOORS EAST OP THE COUHT HOUSE, UP STA1KS. TERMS OF TI BI.ICATIOX. Ore copy one year, tn advance, l.!iO If paid after nix mon'.lw, 2,00 Clubs of ton new mibseribero tol P. 0. 10.00 Tho money must invariably accompany tho dt Jora from Clubs. tJ7"No paper will be iliscontlnncd until oil ar- iarai?c are paid up, unless at the option of the Publisher. When the paper is not orileroJ to bo discontin ued at tho end of the year, It will be continued. TEItMS OF ADVERTISING. One Sqnaro (10 lino") B incrtions f 1.0 Each additional insertion 2 8 MONTHS. 4 HONTFIH. 12 MONTH".. One aqnare is.ort fvoo j?,on fS.OO P. 00 12,00 T.oo m,on is.oo lo.oo l.yoo 20.00 i wo eqiinrce...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 April 1859

Light for the Poeple. Timely efforts to save the Treasury. The Auditor's to save the Treasury. The Auditor's schemes Defeated. Who were Breslln's to save the Treasury. The Auditor's schemes Defeated. Who were Breslln's Allies! the State Journal's Position in 1854. "We have before ns tlie dailv Ohin State Journal, of May 4,1854. It contain a lengthy review ot'tlw uV inrs of the democratic Lejistiituie that had just adjourned. ThU review sheds somo important light on the in- lluences which defeated the leino'i.i- cy in thoir attempts t put proper satj- HuarJs around tlio State Treasury. It shows also where tho Stale Joum- . i i .i . . t i-.. a iuoa wiicn tiK-se mo. -s were oe-, ui inauo. e pve suou extract m n;e pptcial!)igniiiert!it ut this time. - .-I n.i Piiup fli." f. J 'mv '. n r "V,"fc iiuvo told our readers what important bU have passed, and what ones failed. We savin all liiirnees, that tho list of successful uieasures is not so objectionable as , in common . .i .11 i j with t...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 April 1859

6e'SltSrlJiir.Sciii0(raf. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. follow ing for the benefit of tub n;Cri:T:iln give notice tothel ontnnr. .r. ,.-.!. 4 ... will.;., t;,.,, .:irMW,,tir 6 -. -If the (ubieribcr order the discontinuance Uifcir paiiors, the publisher may continue to end thorn until till arreamzesarc j iiij. t. If subscribers refine or uei;lcct to tuke tli.tr terioditaU from the erne to which tl.ev rr .11- rlLli 'e-V,r. hLi1J ,;csr''i,','i" "miltKv settled tbr bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. !f subscriber remove to other places wiili- ont informing the publishers, and the paper uro .-.. - .i.- ! ..... r .' , . rud w iu lurwcr uircc.ieu, mey uro lio.u re- sponsible. 5. Tin courts hsvo Jecil b.1 tli.it TCfiHii" to tulc Ppe from tha office, or rumovtui and leuvinjj ttntional fraud. T FostinastorM who notifvpnliliH)iertliatliiRpa- rwlnnot taken from the c!!ke. are require, I to !ve tho reason why they .re not taken out.-AV. yott 0Jic4 Jmtrvctuht and law. THURSDAY,...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 April 1859

Agricultural. V.0 . ( ' I j From the Dolly Newspaper—Philadelphia. Apple-Free Culture. It id coming to bo a gi'iicr.il com 1'Liint in a laro portluii ol t ur K.isr ith States, tlmt litiit trees, c?jcci;i!lj nro'ieiitly ilociK rating. Atid it ii mtuinly vary oln'io:i3 that there has been a imiLel ilcoitaso in the ivnorui size, as well a3 thrifty rfpiier.- ranc-o of tlio iip-ilc-tree, within the ! ust. 6.1V. twenty years. That this is 1 b.i, I presume lew will tJitinitu. But: tho ('tlcStioil it), why is it, or why need it Lc so f It wo could hnil tlio cuihp, ; wo miiit, perhaps, iltviso a remedy. Ami it i certainly a matter of much importance; more, indeed, than tor- j good fruit being in better Jo- j mand. And nood orchards of clioicu . II till. Hill IUU lt-1'lljr IUU I.IUII Ittjill- red to make them bo ; aa well, if not better, than most other products et ' , , . . . ,i tho soil. It has been a practico of j late, with many nmong us, by way of j reforming 60movhat, to dig largo t Inl...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 21 April 1859

... . ' i m ari i ? r EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL NO, OF WHATEVER STATE OK PEUSUASSOX, UELICIOUS OB rOLITICAL.-Tio-. Jegertm. M'AHTIIUR, ;VINT0N COUNTY, ;0HI0, APRIL 21. 1859. N0.3G. VOL. 7. Btfirir . Stmacrnt. raausHED eviry thubsday by ALEX. PEAItCE. . OFFICE I2J BRATT0X3 NEW BTJlLDWG TWO DOORS EAST OF THE COUBT HOUSE, UP STAIRS. TERMS OF lU'BLICATXOX. On copy one year, In advance, tl,50 If paid after .ixmou-.hu, 8,00 Clubs of ten new aiibucriboni tol P. O. 10,00 Tin money mnst invariably accompany the trd.Ti from Clubs. , t-t7No p.yor will bcHcnnt!micd nntil all sr- i.nigo aro yaij VV unless at the oyliun of tha i'obttshcr. " Whon the paper la not ordered tnbe diHOontln- ned at tho end of the year, it will be continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. GoeSqunre(10 line18 insertions tl.00 Each aJJitional ltisortion 28 i MONTHS. ( HONTnS. i MONTHS. One equaro $3,00 fS.OO 3,00 Two iuuurci 6,00 8,00 12.00 . no ??' . Three do. T,00 10,00 tflolnmn 10.00 15.00 SO.oO k column 16,00 20,00 80,00 ...

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. — 21 April 1859

Light for the People—The Timely Light for the People—The Timely Efforts of the Democracy to save the Treasury. wc clip the following from the Ohio Fugle. ,1 In the vain endeavor hiwrt tU" J ft Treasury ijulal- cutio, report, !, , BM IiiTHWiin prt s have resorted to .tho met absurd iuJ lulse chafes aga.net the commit- tee who so iu,r essl y ami we!! dia- charged their duty m ferrying out ami uiu nwvuiiiy inn imuccmry ' A . I - . T 1 -W x . . .' ditorOlno ever l.ad, was. o.niss.ndu- .v ,n not having expWa.rcF mwl.en tuey both wcro in office. W o havo nd occasion in tho co nmn ol tU Fqh again and again to show how conFtnntly, during the whole of his official term, Morgan demanded etich a' change of the reveuuo laws of the State as would enable him to act as a theck upon tho Treasury, an! would uiakotho money oftlio people scure tl tl.J'U 1 s . . vtov. meuiu, ineacn ot Ins messages. demanded ot the Legislature the same nction, and the democratic party of the' .jium in uiuio viuuvi-uuoil...

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. — 21 April 1859

The McArthur Democrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. publish the following for the benefit of sub ecribcrs to newspapers i 1. Snbseriliera who do not givo notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue .teir subscription. 2. If the subscribers order the discontinuance of their paper, the publisher nay continue to send them until all arrearages are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take their periodicals from the ollice to which they aro di rected ,t hoy ere hold responsible until tlioy lmvo aet'lcd the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4 If subscribers remove to other place with ont informing the piiltlish'rs, and tho papers aro aeut to the former direction, thoy are held re sponsible. - . 5. Tho court have decided that refusing to take papors from the office, or removing and leaving them nnealled for, isrt'ma faeii evidenco of in tenticnal fraud. . Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per is not tuken from the office, are require...

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. — 21 April 1859

Agricultural. About Liming Land. f Here is 8 good article on a subject of special interest to all faraiers. EJ. O. f '. Much of tho conusol lmvcii ly tlieo rcticai advisers in regard to applying limo to land is based upon u wrong hypothesis. Tlio plant wmts lime, Bay tliov,, to help mako up its constitu ent elements. They point you to tliu ashes of plants to show that limo is found there, (as an accidental or inci dental impurity, we say,) and there fore they teach that you must apply limo to tho Boil. Without stopping to discusi this question in full, we will remark: First, tint with considerable experience in liming land, our best re Bufts from its application have been on a 'soil pe.'llctly saturated, so to speak, with lime. Its fine particles were in part disintegrated, (or pulverized,) limo stone; tho water flowing through it was limo water; and the rocks and Btones intermingled with the soil wero nearly puro limo 6toncs, (carbonate of June.) In this caso the applied burn ed li...

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. — 28 April 1859

A EQUAL AMD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL NEX, OF WHATEVER STATE OR PEHSVASIOX, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL. 7o. Jefferson. VOL. 7. M'AllTIIUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, AP1UL 28, NO. 37. : i ffl I 4 1 ! XX Tr . X .Al l R M Mm fl 11 I ill 51 1 if i it i in Slcrrtiir'Scmotrai. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BT ALEX. PEAIICE. OFFICE-IN BRATTON"S NEW BUILDING TWO DOORS EAST OF THE COUUT HOUSE, V? 8TA1R3. terms OF rt BLICATIOX. On cony one your, In J vane, Jl paid alter ia mon'.n, Club of ten new ubcrtbcr V1 P. O. 10.00 Tii money mutt invariably accompany the order from Club. tarNo paper will be dincontinoed until all ar- Jaragoe are jld op, unlesa at the option of the robinner. When the paper li not ordered to b dieeontin nd at th end of the year, it will be continued. TEIOIS OF APVEKTISING. One 8qnaro(10 linea) 3 Innertiona 1,00 Each additional iusertloi S3 8 MONTH. ( MONTH. IS MONTH. Ono eqnaro ,00 $S,00 t 3,n Two iquurol 6,00 8,00 12.00 Three do. 7,00 10,00 15,00 ooluma 10,00 15,00. SO.on L; column .15,00 3...

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. — 28 April 1859

confession ina-te to him in !liis professional character, in tlw coursd o" difciplin enjoin-1 l by the church to whi&h h-fMemgvtvitliv. rut ilia consent of the person matiosf tK confession. Oth. No person who woulijifa, party 1o incompetent to testify unJtf the (rovniutu or Hoctton 313. shall become com petent by reason of an assignment of his i Iairn. . 8pp. 2. That8f(tion3l4orihcaMactto,midset(io(-'of a code ofuvil procedure, as was amended by the aclof April 12th. 1853, be, and the same hereby is repealed. aec. 3. ims act sna.i tauo eneu upon u " WILLIAM B. WOODS, Speaker the House of Representatives. E. BASSETT LANGDON, President pro. tem. of the Senate. February 14, 1859. [No. 26.] AN ACT To prohibit Watchmen and other Police Olli- cers from claiming itiK'as tees in Mr- lain ca'Ci. ! Sertionl. i? it emcM lu the Genera1' Ast?iMioftheMt of Ohio, That no watch man or bthf-r police officer shall be entitled to any witness fees in any case preserved un der h criminal law of'lhe ...

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. — 28 April 1859

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to newspapers. boIit.li the folio in? fur the beuclit of sub- we pbMit.li the follow iitgfi criliera to iiewpsin : ' ' -'-i ' ' ' ' J T I. Subscriber w ho d1 wot etva notice toll eontrary, afo eonsiderod' aa- wishing to oontiffae .ieiraubsAription. "' .!-.. i .f ... i . .- 8. If tl ubsrll order the dlstontinnano of their' papera, the pnbtiilir may continue to cud them uhtU all arrearage are paid. . ' t 8. If sohserlbera refuse or neglect to take their periodic! from the orhVoto which they are dt roctod, they are boll responsible niUil taiy have aettjo'i the bill and ordered thorn discnntiuiiud. , 4.. If subscribers fjanlovo to, ther plucks f itlil or informing the MilMj.hrn, and the pas. re tent to the former direction,' they aie .old rc aponsible. 6. The courts have decided thatrefuslng to talto paper from the office, of removing ami leaving them nncallcd for, hjtrima facie evidence of in tentional frond.- ...... Postmaster who notify a publisher that ...

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. — 28 April 1859

Agricultural. - 8; ' ' Substantial Progress of the State. , i lii're nre lurco clusava ol ptrsoii vlio have been of lata te.ir active! decrying the JnJuefiiul position of the 'country, nnd charging all manner of k'cay and retrogression njon it. Wc do Dot oolong to or sympathise with either of thoso classes, and we have forborne to say 10 these coin mm what we hud in our heart to Bay, until the fseut time, that no one should charg tis with usui" our position to defeat ccrtaic icliumca which wo could no) approve Oiio .of these ia-wlmf was called the Agricultural College bill, in Congress, arid thj other, the fie -logical Survey bill in the Oiiio Legis lature, both of which failed, tor which we aro not sorry, since they were both pressed upon thu public under false colors and by I'also argument. Wo commented this tiniclo by suying tiiere firo three classes of persons who decry our industrial position, and all three claim to ie true prophets, and learned in all the wisdom that portaii:8...

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. — 5 May 1859

i mv.i -flv.Y zsryNVT -,.1 i 1.(1 UAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL 'MEN, Or WJI1TEVEIC STATE OIC IEItSUASIO.,, ItEMUIOl'9 Olt I'OUTICAI.. Uot. Jtfenon. - VOL. 7. M'AKTIIUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MAY 5, 1850. NO. 38. t I ; . ww h - n Ml k-1 LAWS OF OHIO: P'JDLISHEO BY AUTHORITY. [NO. 206.] AN ACT For tho Assessment and Taxation of all Fropcrty iu this State, and for levying Taxes thcrcou according to iu true vuluo J n money Section 1. IJiit enacted hatha (hn'ral) Assembly of Ik Stat . of Ohio. .That ,. . . " , :. 1 ; ii.ij property, whether ,eul or personal, in Sluto, all moneys, credits, invet;ncnts in bonds, stocks, joint stock companies, or oth erwise, of persons residing therein; tha property of corporations now existing or hereafter created, and tho property of nil banks or banning companies, now existing or hereafter created, and of all bankers, ex cept such as is licreiiinflerexp'essly exemp ted, shall ho subject to taxation, and such property, moneys, credits, investments in bonds...

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. — 5 May 1859

tflii, "vbo hll !i vs bond nd trtlu to-onti inUieforfguingst-ctioii. tsec. 27. It jiliall be ihf duty ol Mill dit- trict HMffor 10 make nut from the maps an-' de script ion s furni-hed him by the couuty au- and Irom such other sources of in for-j natiin a fhall br in hia pou-fr, ( correctaad jeitineiit description of tdih tiact and lot of jrtl property in his district; ami when h it uecmery to obtain an amiiate description, of any sepsrite tract or lot in his district, he ma rouuiie 1 me ow ner or occupi- er thereof to furnish the same, wi.hany liUa 'fiwii he may have in his possession; and if uch owner ur occupier, upon demand niuld lor the fame, shall neglect or refuse to lur- nieh t satisfactory description of such parcel 1.1 real property m sum assessor, ne may cm-. a competent surveyor to male out a de- kcnption ol lb b-oumlaiief and locution there-: id, and m statement til' the q.iantiiy of land therein, uud '.he expense of such survey sliall be returned by such assessor to th...

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. — 5 May 1859

THE DEMOCRAT. ALEX. PEARCK, Editor. McAIiTHUii : THURSDAY: : : : MAY 5, 1859. The Cleveland Rescue Case. Some timo einco a pack of abolition: jsts at OberliD, O.. rescued from tho U. S. Marshala negro claimed as a fugitive. Several of the rescuers wore recently arrested and taken to Cleve land to be tried before tho U. S. Dis trict Court for resisting the officers, whereupon somp of the Abolitionists applied to the Supremo Comt of Ohio for a writ of habeas corpus, to take the prisoners from the custody of tho Tho Supremo Court of U. S. Court, Ohio, now composed wholly of Fyc publipans, decided not to grant tho writ, pinch to the chagrin of the rabid .Republicans. BubIdcII, ono oi tlje prisoners, has been convicted and will Lave to pay dearly tor resisting sworn officers in tho discharge of their duties. Wo commend this decision of tho Supremo Court.. It foreshadows a timo coming when the laws made in ac cordance with tho Constitution, upon which tho Union was founded, and without wh...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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