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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 23 June 1859

An Abolition Paradise. I'layti ia, unquestionably, the pnra disc fur ull our Abolition nogro-lovin" friends to immediately cruirrate to I bey have been for years, in their Abolition and amalgamation conven tions, newspapers and orators in this country, advocating the political and social doctrine tliav a negro is better man a wmte man.-witliout vet havins it established bv law. InJIarti thut point has alroady been reacliod. There the nero ia, legally, by the laws ot the islands, a grent deal better than tho white man. Jiowevr well the latter may behave hinistlf. Tluro the testimony ofa white man is not ac ccpted under oath as nainst a black or a white mulatto. White men can bear witness only against per sons of their own uirfirtunato com plexion, mid they neither can hold real estmte nor legally enter the niiitri momuUtate with a wotvian of Ilaytien birth. As soon as these facts become gen erally known we hopo to hear ofa large emigration to tho island, which will rapidly go on unti...

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 June 1859

4 ' ' ,yjYY w ' ' it 'HI 4411 l! iiT :iiTliiir" IIP : I . EQCAL ASD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL WEX, OF WII.VTEVEK STATE OK PEHSUASIO., KELIGIOl'S OK POLITICAL. Thos. Jtfferson. VOL. 7. M'AETIIUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JUNE CO. 1859. NO. 40. LAWS OF OHIO : PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 213.] AN ACT To authorize the County Commissioners to alter or change the boundaries of Election Pre'ciucts. Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That ttfo torn missioned of any county in this state, upon presentation to them at any tegular session of their boarJ,f a petition signed by not lesa than twelve legal voters of any voting pre, cinct in any township therein, that any ltn or lines bounding" s'u1J"lpr?c!ner'De changed or altered, upon bein satislied that the prayer of said petition is just and reason able, and thut due notice thereof tins been given for twenty days by posters either writ ten or printed in three public places in each precinct to ...

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 June 1859

Sec. 13. Whencier it shall I ecome uwe tary h order lo repair, pro'.nl oirecomttrucl any tif the uli te woik of the tUV, ortoj vrcvent injniv to the projrr y of sny person, rsous or corporations occationed ilnongli by the puolie wi'rk.,toapiropriaU to the eia.c the properly ( any eron i persons or corporations, or toy easement in, tu or over tl ww, the same kli-.ll be dune ri a !ewithlkepioviMo,isofNisjngUivs.iCumi,i and ilie couipeii'u'.ion a,-es.l U tho prop- rty so appropriated shall be refunded to the irosnry by the lessee or lessees of ihe.ee lion fortho beiiftit of whitliiiK!i ap1irorrij-!Iine ii.ui 1. mad.-, aiJif nnl 'J reluiidod ahailb ilcltr.ttd lulof the money by this act re- - i . - I : I tL. iMudan' litr caul pircu n uc poi.i in w - ...,, Jae.s.snl 'be title to all ptopefiy j op- lr-"i:iii;e.l atiaii ve.-i in i.ic ui. tr I'l. That if the fiiid public works shall not be leased as in i ns act pro iuju, is hreby a; ropnalcd out or any moil- vs in Ilie Ircnsniy, tlie follow...

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. — 30 June 1859

THE DEMOCRAT. ALEX. PEARCE, Editor. MoAKTllUH: Thursday,: : JUNE SO, 1830. THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR GOVEHNOB, RUFUS Y. RANNEY, of Portage FOR LIEUT.HART-GOVERSOR, WILLIAM if SAFFORD, of Roes FOR SUPRFME JUDGE HENRY C. WHITMAN, o( Fairfield. FOR AUDITOR OF STATE, GEORGE VOLNEY DORSE Y, of Miami FOR TREASURER OF STATE, WILLIAM BUSH NELL, of Richland. FOB 8ECRKTARY OF STATE, JACOB REINUAKD.of Franklin, FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS JAMES TOMLINSON. of Washington. FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER, CHARLES N. ALLEN, of Harrison. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Fourth of July. A meeting of citizens was hell on the 23d inat , for the purpose of considering the propriety of celebrating tho coming anuiver sary of the Declaration ol Independence. - Dr. A. Cokoef. was culled to the chair, anJ J. G. G.ibsuh elected Sec'y. A Committee of five was Appointed to propose a plan of action, which tl.ey did immediately. Their report was adopted without amendment. Ou motion a -Committee of seven was ap pointed to make arrangemen...

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. — 30 June 1859

Tub Dittus of I'ai.estko. This w.u not simply one contest, but a sno cuion of co:itosU, at di3lrent points, at I in ovory eontaot rvstiltinj in tho tlianomfitnro of t!io Aiutnans,. Tiio tiircofet iilit wrs on the 3Jth of Mnv, 20,000 men on each sMo. Tha Lon don Chronicles account 13 Ionrtli -.tnl t!io following is its mam poinu ot iu torost: According to tlio Sardinian ne coaut, 25.000 Amtiians lulfaucel at Keven o'clock in tlio morn in"; to retake the position. They wore- mot by the Kiiir at the head of tho fon-th divi iji,:i' and General CiaMini, coin niaudinpf cavalry, and the third regi ment of Trench Zouaves. The A us trians not only attacked tho position fit I'alostro, but attempted to prevent - re enforcement probably tho Fronch division under General Trochu lrom crossing tho river. In both they were iti9ucoc53fnl. A terrible ti.j;ht bo tween tho Austrian) and Sardinians, resulting in tho advantage to tho Jut tor, they were enabled to as3uma tho . offensive. They vanquished a...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 July 1859

- 4 J f .V EQUAL AIVD EXACT JUSTICE TO A EI. TIE, OF WHATEVER STATE CS2 rriMSJASIC;, KCLIGIOVS Oil rOLITICAL.-77iM. J,ftr,on. VOL. 7. M'AllTIIUR. VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JULY 44. .1859. NO. 48. &t Slc'lrlhir gciuocrat. fUDLISKED EVERY THUIIGD.iV EV ALEX. PEAKCE. OFruT.-iN' i;i:.vttox's xrv duii-dixg TWO DOOltS FAST OF THE COUHT HOUSE, 6TAIIM. tj:k.us OF ri'BLICATlOX. Ono copy one yof.r. in advance, fl.fO 1 f pui J after mx months, s.i'd Clubs of ten uow subscriber tol T. Q. la, no Tho niouov must invariably aeee.ii-.ne.nv V..a triers from Club-. tyNopnporwillbedlfcnritinv.fJiintilallnr- V'Y'rT " ruiJ "r' u"k,'', nt U'c l''iouol''-!jo . Whontho raporuVoUraoraitn. od t tho end of Uiojoar.it will bo continued. Trims ov invriiTiivr Tl.IUISOy Ami.UTlNC. noSquro(10 ino) 0 Im crtions f Each additional insertion 25 8 Koxt.;.. 6 siontiis. 12 month.. Ouo squaro (3.00 f.1,00 $..,,, Two squares B.oo 8, no 12.00; Threo do. T.cO 10,00 l.i.ni U column - : 10,00 K.,00 0,o.) M?'?.lun,.u . . 13.w . ...

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

Details of the News by the Steamer Asia--Mr. Russell's Letters to the Asia--Mr. Russell's Letters to the London Times-Progress of the Allied Army in Italy. We have been favoted, sayf the London Times , 'nh the following letter fn in the snu.e correspondent vlio bus already tie f cfibtd lhe principle evcnuol this ca :npign: BRESCIA, June 18. Ye.-terdav and to day the town of B,eria l.r.d its day of j... : ves terdav the festive c..l.v of tl Kiuri.aml this morning 'he arrival o'l t!i Em eror, ulmot witiicat any one know irgany tiling tbnut it. 11 night, m tele Imtiunot the oei Mniiiii, tliere was hi ilumi n.iticn ftr ensemble li.e prettiest of any 1 I'sve seui since the triumphal inarch ol (he two sovereigns, and the pieity efect wus produced bv very simple and inexpensive means namely, Chinese paper lanterns of the three sit red colors. Tney give a sub 'urd light, ill which ihe crowds below sp. jKatfd with regular stage effect. That one cdriict help reicaiking ut every sinuLr occa si...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 July 1859

e liTcrtur gcntacrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. (rSiu)ilay, Monday and Tuesday last were scorching dayi. Mercury took his flight towards the tun ami w ill nut come down (ill wo get some ruin. ' Y. S. This, Tuesday afternoon, there is talk of lending Prof. Wise up in his balloon to bring the thermometer down. When last heard from it was up a hun Ire.t degrees ! "Now Compos Mentis.'' Tho Journal, in peaking of Hie celebration of the 4 h lit litis place, says: "Tho dinnei" was a failure, owing to llio fact that the C uim.itiee op pointed were non compos menli. concerning the matter. The pentVmen who composed the Com mittee of arrurgciuciils Bl-'f srs. Drown, Jjowd, Eollnvc'l, Hu.lsiin, Ficnch, Stan ley snd Teane, are oil, no doubt, very thankful for the information Urn they were insane "cnnicriiinj tho matter." If the Journal will allow them the use of their rea son on other subjects they will probably fol low the example of the individual who was kicked by a donkey. Kew-Tuovibios Stouk. By re...

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

Agricultural. V.uunt cf Soil gained j;v Cri.n vatiox. A corrcspoiiJciit ot'tlulvn ILarh Lane Kvyresi say;: " V.'f nil know time lio.it n:nl nuiistun tire the elements of decoiuj-ositlon .-uj rapid growth, ni shown in tropical .countries. Deep and I0030 cultiva tion tends to tin's result. IV-sili'v the fiction ofi-!.t mny also Lo imp -r . lant. Ono ctitiro oi'thc rapid pr.-wth of mai let-parJen veetatiui: 13 i-i.t!i of cultivation, combined with the 6iih txranoun heat oi'tlfo dccoiiipoii!);; ma nure; nnJ wherever there islie.it, nurt ure u attracted, ine nececsiitv m a more pcilect cultivation is olviou? even 011a fallow yni may pick 11; 6in:il . IiarJ kno'03 or clous, wii:c.i, on Wcakinjc into fragments, exhibit a lit - tie treasure of unexplored and una vail ed of territory, confirming tho great Jo thro luU spnuciplo or iniiiiilesaiin- nbiiity in cultivation. I have great faith in tho ma ofCroekill's clod crush er in very dry weather, for tho break ingot obstiuato clods." ' Tan Bak...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 28 July 1859

I 4Mv EQUAL AlVD'EX ACT JUSTICE TO ALL .HEX, OF WIIATEVEIt STATE OI5 TEKSUASIOX, KELIGIOUS Oil POLITICAL Thos. Jffferson. VOL. 7. M'AKTIIUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, .JULY 28, 1859. NO. 50. Jilt P 1 & jffl a II If iHf HH n Ml rUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ALEX. I'EAItCE. OFFIOE-IX BRATTON'S NTV HUILDING Twy Doons east of the covet HOUSE, UP STA1KS. TERMS OF iTMICATION. 0, , -n ne cony ono year, in advance, J1...0 if :r...'i.. U 1 Clubs ef ton now subscriber tol P. 0. The money must Invariably accompany erderafromCluba. tirN'opipor willbedUcontinnodnntiUlUr - 1 sarages art paid up, union at the option of the I nhlislier. When the pnpor Is not ordered to be discontin ued at the end of thojeor, It will be continued. " - TlfrtWS OF ADVKltTlsfNG. ' Each additional Insertion 25 S months. 6 month. 12 month. One square f3.no f.VOO f s.no Two squares 6.00 8.00 12 oo Throe do. T,00 10.00 l.von 1nrlnt,n 10 00 IS 00 00.00 . 1A I? . a f . . t ....l,nO ( r.'nn W 50.00 All rule and flirnro work will...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 28 July 1859

[From the Ohio Eagle.] The Sole Issue. He Hack Rnpublican party nf Ohio, em VoIcIpiihI by pi-! suctee t, has ra-hly open ed tin' imsi'iil ttuvHKS upon a einjle i-ue. It has most insuliitiLiv cast away ibe main j riniii le ol KniW-Nt'ihii (ritra, demies all that vt as sacred to the old Whig party, bold- 1.. .... I. ! - .- 4j ruic-io n, i.i.iiiig iiuvid -conwrvwve nature, and annouiio-g that the sole issue be tween tt and the Democratic party is the question whether the eiipreinary of the law shall he maintained, aud the Federal Coujti- tution obeyed. Nt other question claims in attention than the nullification of the fu gitive slave law, and open resistance to the C J.-.sL: tutioiJ. It teems scarcely possible to realize that fuch a party should have power among an intelligent people, audit make the patriot tremtle with apprehensions for theaifety of his ct utitry and its institutions when he sees finuticUm thus rampunt and delimit, and a po'veiful party under the guidance and con tio...

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 July 1859

The Counsel of an American Paper. The Terra Haute Union, an Influential American paper, gives ihe ttillowiit advire to his bietlieru in this State toudiin the next election. In a lute issue it y: "TleOhia Demotracjr inm tube on the right iiui'k at lust their ltte State platform contains 'l the e-ieuipil point advor. ated by the old Whig patty, and were we a t itizen of Ohio we should be a LVmucrat upon that plalfoim. We despise fttuatii itim, let it roine from what source it ma.". The Republican party of Ohio is far worse than the old dem ocratic party ever was, and we would advise the Americana of Ohio, so far as we can judge from present outside appearances to unite with the Democrats and thus turn their aid and influence toward putting down the bold and uncompromising fanatics of Ohio, who have risen up in their mi;lit, embolden ed by sectional agitation, and now seek to rule only as fools and wild men rule. Such a spirit should be checked in the bud a free country is no place to...

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 July 1859

Agricultural. -1 ' '"ij Letter from John Johnson. CROPS IN NEW YORK, MIDGE &c. Our harvest will very boon bo hero; ana in fact we nave some wheat revly to cut now. in this county. (Seneca.) or may be already cut. Our wheat crop is excellent; tho Mediterranean wheat entirely ireo iroin inuie, una very little in ourboulea wheut. 1 tuow I no SouU'8 wheat in the county, ex cept what Mr. Swan and 1 have; and they are both splendid cro)9. 1 have eeldom Been letter. I gut a bushel jvue.it sent me vom ai tssour. caueu, 1 believe the Early May wheat. 1 owed it last September, at the same tune I commenced sown." my other Wlieat. it was in neau aoout u wees sooner than toe Mediterranean; et'dl, it will not be ready to cut any earliur It is entiro'y tree troiu mtJ.'.a.id re ally looks beautiful. The heads, or ears, are rather short, but they Hre very plump, and 1 urn in hopes that it may viola well. It it won d only yield like the Souks ,t wou d bo ol mouse value to tin country, as it wo d ...

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. — 4 August 1859

MsiTSSfiitr WM fir mrf : , ., 91 M IM W - - yh 1M i CI M ' 1 H 1 ; 1 H I . U It I ?i i M cl Si Ul Ifl y M ftl il M TO ALL MEW, O I" XV. II ATE V E IS STATE OK PEKSUASIOV KELIGIOLS OU rOLITICAL.-T7.05 .J tferion. LQUAL "AXD EXACT JUSTICE M'AimiUll, VINTON COUNTY. OHIO, AUGUST l. 1859. NO. 51. VOL. 7. tyi 3tiu Democrat. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BY ALEX. PEAKCE. OFFICE IN BRATTON'S NEW El'liniNG ' TWO DOORS EAST OF THE COUKT 1I0TSE, IT STAIRS. TtiltMS OF ITBI.1CATI0X. Oiio copy 0110 year, in advance, tl,sn If paid after six month. 2,0n '. t'lnbs of ten now subfcribcrs tol T. 0. 10,00 Tlio monoy must invuriubly aceompuny tho ordorn from Olubrt. ' fKo jiniior will uociiseomiiuRii iiiiui uii nr- I cranes ar paid up, unless at the option ol'tho PllhllMber. 1 uod at tlio cud of the year, it will ha continued TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OiioSiiarc(10 linos) 3 insertions 1, Each additional insertion 2" 8 yONTHB. 6 1I0NTIIH. 13 UONTUP Ono squaro $3,00 .".00 Two innaros ' 8.00 8.00 Thrco do. I"-00 U ...

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. — 4 August 1859

Details of the Steamer Europe's News—Proclamation of Napoleon to the Army—The Peace in Great Britain, the Army—The Peace in Great Britain, Sardinia and Lombardy. The Emperor of Austria left Verona for Virti.ia on the rmvning of the 1 Ith. Hisor lei ' itie da, f ub'islird it Verona on the Ulh. isyi that Austria commenced the war (or tlx maintenance of her tarred treaties, re lying on the devotediirn of her people, the bravery of her arinv, anil on her natural al lies. Not having found allies, Ausria yi. 1 1 n un unfavorable political situation. The Emperor cordially th.nks the people as well ' the army; who hare again shown that their sovereign niay confidently icly on ihcit'luw, dpvoirdnf If anv new strut-ties should trite, Tiie interWew between the Emperors at Villa-fritnr a is c-iiil to have lasted nearly the whole ilar Tha Paris Monittur publishes a proclama tion by tlie Emprfur announcing to the so ilirs the bnsis of peace. It is to the fol lowing effect: "The principal aim of t...

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. — 4 August 1859

jt Slcrljnr democrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Statistical. We are indebted to Auditor Richmond for tome statistics relating to this Cjunty, for the yenr 1SJ3, from which we compile the following : Wheat Crop or I808. Tetal No. of acres sown , Bushels ptoJuceJ, 11,345 70,040 Rri No. of acres sown, Bushels produced, 711 4.55 BARLEY. No, of acres sown, Bushels produced, 8 140 Buckwheat. No. of acres sown, Bushels produced, 237 2,157 Cork, Acrea planted, 1 1,350 254,985 Bushels produced, Oats, 4,231 9,383 Acres sown, llushfla produced Hay. G.GS2 7,076 Acres in grass Tons of buy produced Sheep. 60S 51 No. of sheep killed, by dogs Valued at 606, No. of sheep injured by dog Valued at 37. A Good Hotel. Decidedly the best Ho tel in Portsmouth is the Itiggs House. Messrs. Montgomery & Sans deserve much credit for the manner in which they have wiped out the stigma upon the place, for merly characterized as a "city of moan ho tels." Ererj thing about tho Biggs betokens that a master-hand is tho d...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 August 1859

Agricultural. About the Ohio State Fair. T he ereat liuiustriiii rc-nui'ii oi uie- r , , . year is nearm- us np;ico, ana we learn tlmt tlie grollliJs anil flxtuiva Hid ill a state of unusual forwardness. On the ' 20th of September we hope to meet a ' i i i .i ,...! f rl... Bfins uti.l i hundred thousand ot the son, u n i daughters ot tins uod common ea Mi and neighboring: btntc3, nt unesville, have a rare old time amon the ex-; celleticies of tho lielJ, the bhoi. mid j i l . ii M-i. o ..i' tl... ! 0 "Tt ; ) I d i, Board mformS m that hid books arc now ojjch for entries ot articles lor exhibition, and will be kept open at l.isofheoin the Upito! at to. imln s, until tho Sth ol beptemlier, when ne,nilj will take lip hi3 )0st at Zanesvillo till- j til tho lair. rcJoOHS desilin ivini- ntn lists, can have them free by asking ! I, V J the becretary. rerSODS milking entries 113 mail or nthei-u-isc. should be caiellll to Btate verv dibtinctly their post ollice uddress in full. It is especial...

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 August 1859

4- in J J EIUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OP WHATEVER STATE Olt rEIESVASlO, RELIGIOUS OU POLITICAL Vial. Jtftrwn. VOL. 7. M'ARTHUlx, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, AUGUST 11. 1859. NO. 52. a its H I I il 1 tl Y 1:1 I V Ik? 1.1 1 111 . It Uj SJcgrijjur Stmocrat. JTJBLISHED EVEBY THOESDAT BT ALEX. I'EAIttE. OFFICE-IN B RATION'S NEW BUILDING TWO DOORS EAST OF THE COUIiT HOUSE, UP STAIIiS. T Kit .113 OF I'L'HLICATION. f'nc cony ono year, in idvanco, 1 1 ,6 If paid after six month, 2,00 Clubs of ton now ubieribor tol P. 0. 10.00 Th a money must invuriubly accompany tlio Ordurs from Clubs. t?"No paper will be discontinued until all or- Iara(fesar puid up, unless at tlio option of the Publisher. . . W hon this paper In not or Jorod to be diseontln- nel at tho and of the year, it will bo continued. TEK.1IS OF ADVERTISING. One Square-(10 lines) 8 insertions 11,00 Each additional insertion 25 8 MONTHS. 8 IfONTIIS. 12 MONTHS. Ouasquaro 3.00 fS.OO 3,00 Two sunaros 6,00 8.00 12.U0 Throe do. 7,00 10,00...

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. — 11 August 1859

The Safe Keeping and Disbursement of the public money. For many yevs prior 'o ilie late Treasury D falcitien. o cuniri'p!?v h ul bn 'ea i Hy poing on in Ohio in relation to the thenf.vst ing mode of managing the. public fund.-. The Democrats he-id lint tln-re fli 'ii'J If a liivnrie between the Bulking In-tiin'ioi'S ml lie Sta'e TicMiry. tin! t'i" Whh.s ui lifted 'ba lli' pub io fi'i'iii'v c ii''! be sal. ly ilJ !ff.itiniatclv Conl'iled t" t'e B !;-". ami fcv them m e'e t-.s a -f n' in .! time l-i . 11 .- n' I m :i. 'nun uhiili l' bu lv ii iha d.-o!,!j c uiJ be Lenciitnl. Effort af-! trr 3".. it ii nit' ur i'J.tHi- mv-tt r: i; i omi rlini b. t.v.cu '.In' B.nii. nn I t;if 8:nV.Li.tit s om-o..I bv i'..- m.:t.;.J op l i I Mr I JH.IMW BOfltiUll. lnl 4 flllSii I'iTI'III uaiii: parly, ami here hue hi: sum ss'ul. A!ur li e adoption of ll.e ue v ci'iist'tr i.-n, and the reori'airz i'i"n of tin- Board ol Fun ' Commisc-io em.an i-lf 'it w,i. inn le ' correct the ahus- ill it wen- thon onk kuu...

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 August 1859

Ejie HcSrr geniotrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. L ' The Sunday Scnou Pic-mc it i he Ash Cotp, on Tuesdjy n attended, it ises. timaied, by from tlnee to five thousand ier. oni. A general "good lime" was hail, and the people returned well please. I with ihe tilj). Delegations fro. ii Logan, South 0'i'Om ingville, Ad.lphi, Bit. Pie .ant. New Ply mouth, JI' Aitluir, and oilier plices were present, together with tho McArt!utr and L''gaii Brusj B m la- Our folks ny they fell proud oft!)' bind f mil thik p'lice. Tui last Cuakcc Those ia need of I Fjiminj" Mills will please cull it J. M. Peufit & Scu'g facu ry before the first of Septamher. fjT Our old tutor, Stepiikk P. Drake, Esq , ha "turned up," quite unexpeitodly to us, ai pnldisher of the Vevuy (I ml.) Tl'eddy Aeu, o Demoira'ic paper. For once wo can hponi'y wi-ii him tuccen po litically, bb well a" peinniurily. From the New York Evening Post. The French Army—Its Discipline Described by a New York Traveler. Th F'fi)' h army in certainly o...

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