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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 5 May 1859

FUBLISHED I.7EHY IgOKSDT BI ALFX. TEAIU E. 0 FFir E-LN B R.VTTON-8KEW B U U.hl NG TWO DOORS ..EAST OF THE COURT : JlOl'SE, CP STAIRS. TXCHMS OF I'l DI ICATIOX. ne cony on yoar.In advance, Jr paid Hlter six months. iuu of ton new sMbsciihors tol P, I ns) money must iuvariubly aeeomi any the crderfrumOlubs. C-7N I'apr will be discontinued until all ar l Jarages are paid up, unless at tl.c option of the Publisher. When tlio paper if not ordered to he discontin ued lit tlie cuJ of the eur, it will be t-ouliutivd. Trn.MS OF ADVrUTISINt;. ne Square Jlfl linen' S insertions $1,"0 Each additional insertion 05 8 MONTHS. 6 MONTH. 12 MONTHS. ' . O. i.so .(0 lo.oo One sonars Ti squares . Three do. H colnm n K. on l it inn 5.U0 T.t'o lO.Oi) 15,00 f AO,) $.v 10.C0 13.00 I i5,oa : 811,01) I 8'V'o ; All rule and figiiro work will be churirtd one. )mlf more than thenhove rates. Spooial notices will be churned doublo tlio above rates. Card of Physicians, Lawyers, or others, con ainingfivo lines or le...

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. — 12 May 1859

Illyliflllt rtf III IT M III 1(1 111 l l ri im ;i ill tit, ElUAL AXD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OP WIIATEyEi; STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL. Thos. Jefferson. VOL. 7, M'AltTHUlt,' VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MAY 12. 1859. NO. 30. LAWS OF OHIO: PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [NO. 206.] AN ACT For llw Assessment Bud Taxation of all Property in this Slate, and for levying Taxes thereou uaordiug to its true value in uinuey. Clouded. 1 Sec. 61. To ascertain the amount of Holes and bills discounted and purchased, and all other moneys, effects or dues of eve ry description belonging to such bank or , bunking cumpany-luiiied, invested, or oth erwise used or employed, with a view to profit, or upon which such bank or banking company receives, or in entitled to receive interest, to be returned as aforesaid, there "shall be taken as a criterion, tlio averago amount of the ufortsjid items fur each mouth during the year next previous to (he time of making such statement, if so long such bank or ba...

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. — 12 May 1859

fstir; au.l on pieseor'ng the countr autlit-1 r'cIeiJ. tlic icon, before whom application T r partition asaforcraiJ is made, tbull set ' srclt pr-cn or peisons, the land rlafmed in fill deed, as ln or their share, iu the same Tiii i.rr piraciiDoi djt law wr me partition estates, in land, tenements or of joint tenauU, tenants in he re.litamen i amnion, and coparceners. S c. ICO. That the purchaser of any such land, his heirs or assigns, shall from the day i f such purdnsc. be taken in -ill courts as tl. assignee o( the state of Ohio; and the niout.t of Wli'S, snd penalties, dialed on ti e ni I land st the time it was sold, together wnh all Ic-f.al tx- afterwards paid tlie-reon by such juritiastr, his J.eiis tr a.-iigna i Mali operate as a lieu on said lands, and may b rnlurcedtas any othtr lien. In all casta whsre any iluiment of any lamia heretofore ko'd, or which miy hereafter be sold for the iinn-payment of taxes, uudcr any law of the s'nte, hia heirs or assigns, shall recover by ...

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. — 12 May 1859

THE DEMOCRAT. ' " , . . j ALEX. 1'KAIiCE, Eorroi. . AloAKTllUli : Tnt'RSDAY, : MAY 12, 1850. Foreign News—War in Europe. The recent news from Europe states that war between Austria on ono side and France and Sardiniacntljo other, is now almost certain. The peaco proposals of friendly powers have been rejected by Anstria, wljich has established a well nppointed annj of 200,000 on the river Ticir.o, which forms a part of the boundary between Sard inia and Lomhardy and Venice; These two provinces of Austria, about tho tyrannhftl government of which hostilities aro imminent, will probably be tho Beat of war, and in aehoi t time flooded with a million of armed ir.cn J Franco lias her armies in readiness on the frontiers, waiting, liko hound -on the cllps'forthc Ftgnat flint will send them across the 'Alps and amid the scenes rendered famous by tho First Napoleon, thero to fight over again, it may be, tho battles cf'Ma- rengo, AusterJitzand Wagraia. If S. A Jute: mail brings, the news tha...

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. — 12 May 1859

Agricultural. This Yoi-xo Fuurr. Yesterday n(ernoon, in compauy with several jjcntleincn, fruiNgrowcrajWCOXiuiuMC-d llio young fruit brought from Bcvt-rnl directions in tlio neighborhood, and vo found tliut there waa but little that was injured. Out of thirty peaches wo found tlirco damaged ones; out of fill j cherries (early and Into speci mens.) we lonndlut one decayed. Apples and pears all sound. That Ihero will bo eonio fruit fall off the overburdened trees wc have do doubt; it would be a miracle, indeed, if the trees couM 6Ubtain and bring to maturity even thrce-lonrths of the iVuit now depending from their branches. But the frost baa bad little or nothing to do with blighting the fruit in this valley. We aro not how ever, yet past tlio possibilty of fhiit kiKifig frost, as we bappeu to remem ber that on mora than one occasion the frost has killed fruit as lutoas thol5tl of May. It is lolly to indulge in an over-anxiety, as it can :u no way chango the result in regard to the fr...

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. — 2 June 1859

il i EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL HEN, OF WIIATEVEK STATE OK PERSUASIOX, RELIGIOIS Oil POLITICAL- Thot. Jefferson. M'AHTIIUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JUNE 2. 1859, VOL. 7. . NO. 42. ciiuiri jm (Tt u it i; i in 11 LAWS OF OHIO: PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 157.] AN ACT To provide for the semi-annual collodion of tuxes. Korfmn 1 Tif ii ttlnrie.l hil t fitrtp.rnl 1 -.i.i.. - c ji . o. t. -C -it-. TI..I nsseniuiy vj me oiuie vj i'iu, muv rm 11 person charge d with tuxes on a tax duplicate In the hands of a county treasurer may, at his option, pay the full amount pf such taxes on or before the twentieth day of December, or Dne-half thereof on or before the twentieth day of December, anJ the remaining half thereof on or before the twentieth day of Juno next ensuing: provided, however, that all road taxes so charged shall be paid prior to the twentieth day of December, in tho manner prescribed by law. Sjc. 2. When taxes charged against the property of any person ahull be paid bj in Btalimeu...

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. — 2 June 1859

section of thii act, and (ball hold bis office until the next annual election to be held in tuch cour.tr, and until bis successor shall be elected and qualified. . . , . . Sec. 7. When any county auditor, having no deputy, shall be unable, by reason of sick ness, to perform the duties of his office, with in the time sj ecified by law fur their perform ance; or when both the auditor and,his depu ty ahull be so disabled by sickness or other wise, the county commissioners of the proper coumy (hall appoint some suitable person to do and perlorm the dJties ot county au.uior during such disability, and may require of the person so appointed, tiMi Don J a.m se curity, for the faithful discharge of the duties of the appointment, a tney snail aeem ex pedient. Sec. 8. No juJg'e of the supreme couit, or of tho court of common pleas, or clerk of either of said courts, county commissioner, county recorder, county surveyor or county treasurer, shall be eliigible to the office of county auditor. 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. — 2 June 1859

THE DEMOCRAT. ALEX. PEARCE, Editob. iloAliTHUlt : Tni'RSDAY, :. : : : : : june 2, isso. THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET ron povERitoK, RUPUS P. RANNEY, of Portage IOK MEtTTEltANT-GOVERKOB, WILLIAM H. SAFFORD, of Roe TOR SUPREME JUDGE HENRY C. WHITMAN, of Fairfield. FOR AUDITOR OF STATE, GEORGE VOLNEY DORSEY, of Miami. FOR TREASURER OF STATE, WILLIAM BUSHNELL, of Richland. FOR 8ECRETARY OF STATE, JACOB RElNHARD.of Franklin, FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS JAMES TOML1NSON. of Washington. FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER, CHARLES M. ALLEN, of Harrison. Let us Consult Together. "We recognize every man as a Dem ocrat who voted for James Buchanan for fresiJenl, and who adheres to tho platform of principles adopted at the Cincinnati Convention in 1S56. That there is a clear and decided majority in favor of thobo principles in Vinton County no one will dispute. The des perate efforts of our adversaries, how ever, to abolitionize the County and throw its vote in favor of uuch men as Qiddings, Chaso and Wado, who hav...

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. — 2 June 1859

Heathen Mythology. For tha benefit of our ladj readers, wo collate and rublibh tho affinities of tho lleathen Gods, Bojoflen referred to in tho mythology of the aocionts: Juno was the daughter of ' Saturn auJ Opa. Ceres presided over peach orchards and other garJing lass. Wars was tho god of war. i'an pro tected those rural citizens engaged io tending iheop. Venus attended to af fair of love, and regulated tha mo tions of amatory youths. Jupiter was god of tho Celestial KcgioiiB. A polio was a prophet, a pretty man and consequently had tho Nino .Mu ses, who were females, running after him- Ho owned two servitun hum lie, named Triphod and Lyre; tho lat ter is supposed to bo tho person who invented lies, a commodity now ex tensively used. Yulean was a master of a blacksmith-shop, and bad a par tiality for tiro. Mercury was tho avant courrier of the gods, and pre siding genius of the thieving fra ternity, lie used to go around in company with Iris, the daughter of Thomas, who was bis b...

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. — 9 June 1859

ja. , . .. .1 EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TQ ALL MEN. OF WIIATEVEU STATE OK IIItNl AS, KELIGIOtS OR V O LIT IC AU-Thot. Jffferton. , VOL. 7. M'AllTHUll, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JUNE 9. 1850. NO. 43. h HI M . LAW : H: -. J . - J Ml . H - -IE LAWS OF OHIO : PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 159.] AN ACT To provide for the renewal, and to regulate the final payment, of the funded Debt of the State, Section I. Be it enacted hu the General of the StaU vf Olio, That the of the sinking fund for the time being arc hereby authorized, folly em-!f8m? powered Lid required,..! period previous -o. and near the time that u.iv.,orlion of the funded debtof this Suio shall be-oine pnv- able aecor.lini? to the terms exorea.-ed upon the face of the certificates thereof, to D.uke IIUK Ul, HI uiunr .... I . t ....I n.-r...w ...i.l ..Mil. ull out in due rorni and manner, and Willi, all the sanrtions required by law for the tn .king of ccrtiHcotes of the funded debt of this Sctte, Bndissiiesuehanamauntand.iun,berofs,....

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. — 9 June 1859

adjudged compensation by drawing hi war rant upon the auditor in the manner pre- . scribttl hy law, in favor of the proper paity ; - and if the party entitled tosuebcompensa tiou thall not call for trie same, the auditor shall nevertheless issue the proper warrant upon tne treasury in bis behalf for the fame, and shall rtein such warrant until called for; and the money shall be takeuaqd belt) to be deposited in the treasury for the use and ben efit of the part entitled to the same, from the data of such warrant; provided, that no interest shall be paid upon the compensation or cost as aforesaid: Provided, that the board o r proper member thereof, may, at their option, pay the costs and refuse to make the appropriation, if in their or his judgment, the compensation assessed ia too great to justify the appropriation. Sec. 7. Proof of the service or publication of th certificates aforesaid, when required by this act, may be mads by the affidavit of any person having personal knowUdge o...

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. — 9 June 1859

Heavy Frost and Great Damage to the Crops. Saturday night last, June 4th, will long be iemrabered for one of the most levero freez es that has erer occurred in the country t tlin time of the year. Ia this region all the cropt both of field, orchard end garden are more or less injured. Corn, which in many fields wai knee-high, ta cut down close to the ground. Some fields of wheat are entirely destroyed. Potatoes are cut off and, no doubt, greatly damaged if not rendered worthless; All garden truck, not excepting the hardy pea, which was not protected by a covering, is injured. Qur folks, however, w hile mourning their great loss, have bfgun to replant and thus repair as far as possible the damage which they have sustained. Telegraphic dispatches from Cleveland, Zanesville, Wheeling, Pittsburgh, Danville, N. Y.,and Buffalo, N. Y., state that the frost he a been equally severe in those neighbor, heods. Among tlie fruits, we can count on the grape and blackberry crops being a total loss...

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. — 9 June 1859

Democratic State Ticket. Tho telegraph wRsin error in tics. insatiii!i J acvuKlinhakd, ufFratiklin Ouuuty, at tho nominee for btato lie wai electeu lor Sec-'son, rotary of State, for which office he run in 1S57. and camo near being dec ted. Dr Win. BisnsELL.ot Richland Countr, is ho nominee for State Trcassinj " The Democracy of that county iiuanlmoualy recommended him for position, and iudoree, in eulogistic terms, his integrity and capaci.y. Air. of Miami, tho uonrineo flr State Auditor, lie is a gentleman of talents, and is well qualified to II J 1 any position in tho State government, Ho has tvvie'e been a candidate for Con- gross in tho rourtu Uistnct ana iu ,1$5'J came within a tew votes of tw ins elected over AIatt II. Nichols. lie is not only nn able and vigorous . debator, thoroughly posted iu Ameri - can politics, but pobscssts tirt-rato jniuistrative and business qualities. He would make a worthy successor ui m. D. Mono an. Judge W hitman, of Fairfield County, is well kno...

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. — 16 June 1859

', ' . v ' -s;;--;- - ,' . ,. '- - - . ,.- : A. A 1 is a l a:u exact jistici: to all ?se., or wimtevi:.: state oi: pejisuasio.v, klljioi? on xohtical. tam. j.jjcnon. M'AltTIIUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, . JUNE 10. 1850. NO. 41. VOL. 7. ..JU,W.uA''yi Hi Hr A m f WW LAWS OF OHIO : PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 183.] AN ACT To amend an n;t rntitl.vl nn net ta provide for the partition o! teal estate. ! . i..- i. i i..n. r- . neciiuu 1. lis 11 ni'iii. ui'm ir.ir?: Assembhi of thi Slut: of Ohio. That section ; oiii; oftliJoct entitled an nci to explain th v onf t. ttr.il'i.lft Tiir tli: nirlitilltl fit fl'ul PKllltp. i t, rp.ad h a folli'uvs! Keo. 1. That it is licrebv declared to be tin nieaninsr an I itPi ni,n .... !.,. ,ri t. ... f r.nl rt it,v . run vsiii'j, passed trUnnry 17, idJi,iLai in an ca-cs where a sale tr lands or t.'itenienn n,.-,- i - I . . - ' fur, tho paititien of real rshto under tlm i prefcnt or any former laws on thit si. bj-et,; i...i ,.., , -,r it...

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. — 16 June 1859

' iy, shall be burned to ashes by (he treasurer it) the presence or ibe comptroller mil nos ier, aiid certificates of such turning, sigi.?J bj the treasurer, comptroller end raster, shall be made.sud account thereof kept, as in other case. Sec. 8. Iftny banking company shall fail lo transfer, am! keep deposited with the treasurer of state the amount of securities for the reilemplioii of i-'.rcula'iiig note, require ! lo,be depo.-iiel by the ait under which such tanking company shall have been orgui i.rd; rr shall fail tn make the quarterly returns of the condition if the bank, or to keep on hand the ann nut rf roin and ita equivalent, re quired by the acl aforesaid; or if any ilbrr violation of any of the provision) of the art uuler which smh binkiuR company may tc organized aliall cento to his knowledge, the auditor of slate t-hall foitimith notify tlitf at torney general thereof; and the attorney general a-hall thereupon, and also lor any suchjviolatious 'hVt may otherwise come to...

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. — 16 June 1859

3I$rl$ur gcnwtraf. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Democratic Meeting. Hon. Win. 11. SarroRD being in town, on Tun Jay, and consenting to address the pfo plo.ahirge cumber of our citizens met at the Court House, on that evenimr. and oreiniztd by electing E. A. Buatton. ..Chairman. , . n o . , , and A. Teabce. Secrt tary. Mr. SafTord was .1 t. . t 1 1 1 1! I , .11 . . men niiruuui:eu ouu ujiiverej a iiiimiy inter ejting and stirring sreech upon llieUtues.Stato end National, of this camiami. -He speke , , , '. , , . of the measures of State poncy , the Imlepen- dent Treasury Law, the law for the tcmi - an - r.tiul collection of taxes and tha law nruvid- ing for the payment of the State debr, for tha repeal of which fila'.k Republican bank er?, stock jobbers and others who would like to rob the State of her money, are now clam oring. Then turning to National affairs, ho gave a history of the adoption of that clause iu the Constitution which provides for the return of fugitives from service or labor,...

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. — 16 June 1859

British Subjects Seeking Assistance in Resting Our Laws, and Glorying in their British Feeling. The Abolition wiiit, who cftrgroint- , ttboul Oheilin, aro not di.p;siI to tilt ali' pdhcr on Providence nml prayer to aiJ them in r'ii.flin" the Fuitivo s'atd Lav. TIipv think llut IdnpiTul aiiitan' C shcild In sotijj'il Bil l m-c'ptad, at well a? sjorito'tl. The 1'h'tn V.-a'er hut published n K-Uor nd it ii-etscj 1-t 1!amiito:j lin t., Ferret iry ot O'.irrli Co'lcg, (Kin. to tho Bii'Uh nnd Foreign An'.i slavery S.icvty, wh'ch co:i f.r.ti. the abt.vp.an l t!i.-!jsn oilier uuu.n e'.DtiC'P, which it U procr tho'il.l In' trurr nl!y known. Tin: lo'.wr w..s pubii-h.d in I !ir Jii:i.h Daily Mail c.f April 8i, iSi'J.aud a copy forwarded to the Plaia Dealer by u,i: f otir fi'icif,'! rot rjfcntutivrj. It U itnvl Oherlm Ocllrgc, L. S., lMiMnrv 17. 13:.." It ccinnirin: 3 !iv tiviii' an naomit of t'.c rui't tre bv t!ic owner, mvl ti e i-? by ibi' i'i i l'n Jtmia, of t!n tp;ro sUito, Jons rRit-r. Of ...

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. — 23 June 1859

Hlf f 1 f f ra tw II EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL HEN, OF WHATEVER STATE OR PEUSUASIOX, RELIGIOUS OK POLITICAL. Thos. Jefferson. VOL. 7. M'AItTIIUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JUNE 23. 1859. NO." 45, i I J l-SH- H 11 1 It! 1 M LAWS OF OHIO : PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 207.] AN ACT Making Appropriations for the year Eigh teen Hundred Fffty-nine. Section 1. Be it enacted by the General AsetmUy of the State of Ohio, Tliat tlie fol lowing sums, in addition to former appro priations, be and the same are hereby appro priated out of any money in the stole treasury for general revenue purposes, to be paid ac cording to law r fur the year eighteen bun died Ffty-niue, (I859) . EXPKKSES Of THE STATE GOyEBXMEHT. For the payment of the salaries of the gov ernor,' auditor, treasurer, comptroller of the treasury, secretary of state, attorney general, state commissioner of common schools, com missioner of statistics, secretary to the gov ernor, and librarian, eight thousand eight .hundred and seventy...

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 June 1859

five hundred eighty-four and 50-100 dollars" For the payment of interest on school and trint fundi held by the state, the sum ofono hundred fifty-six thousand dollars, 1J6, 000); For the payment of a portion of the fund ed debt of the state, being the amount or the sinking fund, as established and fixed by the constitution applicable thertto for tho'ycar lbC9, the sum ot one hundred fifty thousand, three hundred sixty-three dollars, i? 100,303); For the payment of the salary of the agent of thereinto in the city of Sew York, am' for office rent and incidental expenses thereof, the rum 'of four thousand dollar.', (5-1 000); For the payment of tli" salary ol tlie clerk in the office of the commission n nf the sink ing fund at the teat of government, and the irec-'e?ary incidental fxpen.-es of tii I olhee, lltt turn of two ihuusaud live hundred dol lars. ( 2. 500); For the payment of engraving, printing, stationery, aud other expenses, neces.-ury to the discharge of the duties of the c...

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 June 1859

t BlcSvljnir gcmocrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. The Fourth of July . A rr.eetin? will be held at the fcourt House, this (Thursday) evening, for the purpose of considering whether there shall be a celebra tion of the 4th" of July held at tliis place, and. if so, to make arrangement! therefor. &.C We hope the citizen generally will nianilesi their interest In the matter by attending the meeting. Croakers. It is lato to cay that not a single season passes without an effort upon the pirt of some persons (from the- mcreTorce of habit, we presume) to excite a panic in regard to the wheat crop. At ono time it is the fly; ' at another the rust; then the drouth, then the frost, that 1ms ruined the crop. These- panic makers go on from year to year, prcJictin g want and famine, and croaking about the ruin of the country, without the slightest benefit ta themselves or any one else, and many times to the po'itiva injury of the poor labor ing man who, in conseqiioiico oftuch stories, is feroel to pa...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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