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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 20 October 1859

Agricultural. From the Ironton Register. From the Ironton Register. What Shall we Plant, and What Will Pay! These qneptior.s are inorec iw'iy pM i i.i i . poumieii i nan answered, ine tjiivrf-i tion used tone, 'wnur are mo I'i sorts ofni'ph's ?' takini: it !r r.-int that the sort that cxallid in quality was most dcxraMo. Ketvntly. I "w-j';,,.y jvcr, wo clmnce to nu't t. itt ii.-iii:iI!y. one wlioye c-xvrieiiri' htw tnii-litl,,,,,. Mm that a variety may pntsi-M liiht'yt standard ot i-xci-lu nee and yet he vorlh!i'sornt leant unworthy otn Iilace in an orilianl destined tor mar ;et purpose". In other words, there is no money in thorn. m . . i . I : Aiany comp.ain oi iwinj; hiiimh! upon by unscrui'iilous nursery men; that sorts most uiiiiy reeomiiien.ie.i. often provo the inot worthless. This may ba too true. Hut does the cm plaining purchaser f.nce lliink .vhere .. . . I I 1 Ill" tho limit lies Not he. Well, lean! tell him. lie goes to inexperienced. nursery men lor trees, prol.al.lv 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. — 3 November 1859

it 21 '.j$l ta'.a-K P I 11 II.' a?1 l1 j .'l li: III. .L i u.'t I. i' EQUAL AIND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL IIE!V, OP WHATEVER STATE CIS PEIISVASIOX, HELIGIOIS Oil POLITICAL. Thos. Jtferson. : I ut H 8 ' IV? 11 ill VOL. 8. "; M'AllTHUH. VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, NOVEMBER 3. I859. :no;;i2:v ty iilcrthr Jtcmotrat. ( PUBLISHED EVERY THDBBDr.y BY ALEX. PEAKCb. OFFICE IN BRATTON'S NEW BTILDINO TWO DOOHS EAST OF THE' COURT ' ' " HOUSE, UP STA1E3. TEK.M8 OrrtBLICATIOX. Oiotopy onto year, in ailrut.ce, If pi. I aftertax Mon'.lm, 1,W Clubs of ten now MiWrihrra to 1 F. ().' IO.oO Tlio money must invuriulily acconiruny tho fdcTufrom Clubn. 157" No popor will be iliscontsnnf il utitll nil r l ru(ien uro paid up, unless ut tl.e oi tiun ol' the 1 w Mdttlioeuduftlioycnr, itwillW contiimeJ., terms of aiyi:ktisinc. OaaSqiiuro(10 lines) S insertions.. ., ,00 Eauli additional insertion 2.1 ,. 8 months. C jiontik. 12 months. On enaro $3,00 $5.00 $s.m Two quuroa 6.00 9.0ft 12,00 Throa do. 7,00 10.00 1,-s.pft oolum...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 3 November 1859

Letter from Harper's Ferry. HARPER'S FERRY, Oct., 22 1859. HARPER'S FERRY, Oct., 22 1859. A Package of Letter from the House of Captain Cook—Deluded Females Encouraging the Fanatics—Their Bloody Purpose, &c. Mr. D. J.Youpf.'the efficient foreman of the riUv Jiclorjf ot I he U. a. Armor , exhibit ed to the writer Urge package of letter taken lioin the boute of Cook, by Win. II. Turk, Esq., a justice of tbe peace. The let- ten ere addressed to Charles P. Titld, H r:i,g.li,e, Cedar Couw, luwa, oue of the insurants. ' 84Vt of the letters tre written in in in si J gf nt style, the u of the pronoun by many ol the writtrs MWit'wg (hut ttiey were wemiers of ibe Society of Friends. They illustrate the morbid lee ling anil fanaticism -which, unhappily, exists iu certain poitions cl the Union, upon a moject wuh wti:tb (he writers are but uoperlecuy acquainted. One et the letter contiui seven verses, "respect- fully addressed to hii by his Iriend. the au- .tnor,',isirier L.Lewis, dated Newa...

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

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Take Notice. The Board of Directors of the Vinton County Agricultural Society will meet at the Court House, on Saturday, Nut. 12, t 3 P. M. Business of Importance being on hand, t full Board is earnestly desired. OCT Aobicoltusal. At the meeting of the Board of Directors, on Friday last there were present G. W. Shotkey, D. Jwies, J C. Garrett tnd A. Pearce. Mr. J. C. Gar rett was made President, pro ten. On mo tion the accounts of J. W. MtBeth. A. Pearce and P.P. Brown, were allowed. On motion D. Junes, A. Pence and D Bay were appointed a Committee to settle with the former Tieasurer. The Board then ad journed to meet Nor. 12 at 2 t. M. Potatoes. The crop of potatoes, this year, in point of quantity, so far as we can ascertain, is all that could be desired The quality, however, is very different. Early planted potatoes, cut down by the 4th ol June froft, are inclined to rot. This disease appears to affect the early planted piatoes thrcnghout this region, wherever t...

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

Agricultural. Mules vs Horses for Steady Labor. Tlio prcrcincnt reasons fur usinj; innled in ttaminj; mid farm labor iu j'ref'i'rcnco to hones are lu ieily exhib ited in tho lollowmg views: iney uvu to a much tiri'titir nri, a tnulo lias scarcely attained li is matured strength t telvo years old, an ngo iu which liorses have commenced a rapid dete rioration in vahio and nseliilutss; tho nvcrago lit'u of the mule is about SO years, but often at forty they are known tto perform efficiently the most labori ous service. A team of mules will accomplish uhnosttho labor of horses, with tho consumption of about one third less provender. Within tho last 1'ew years,' mules have been extensive ly introduced into tho teaming opera tions of the manufacturing district in which 1 reside, and are universally considered tlicro more eflicicnt and economical lor )hat uso than horses. JUuk'8 are subject to but few of the diseases that prevail among horsen. Their hard skin and 6hort hair render them les...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 17 November 1859

it; f1P &rMir t w EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEX, OF WHATEVER STATE OK PEUSUASIOX, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL. Thot. Jefferson. VOL. 8. M'AHTHUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, NOVEMBER 17. in). NO. ll. err! r-ij mw f &j yicjrttur democrat. I I PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ALEX. I'I'ARCE. OFFICE IN UHATTON'S NEW MOLDING TWO DOORS EAST OK THE COURT HOUSE, IT STAIRS. TICK ilIS 01' ITU MOATION. One cony ono y oar, in advance, If paid after aix months. $i,r,o 9.110 OIiib of ten now Mibscribern tol 1. 0. 10,00 Tho money itiuit invariably accompany tlio Titers from Clubs. l-WNo pnpor will ho discontinued until all ar I nmgun uro paid up, miles ut the option of tlio Whon tlio paper is not nr.lcro.i toi,0lisconiin- , uel nt tlia oiulof thjycar, it will to coniiiuiJ. ! TEKMSOF advertIsims. ' j OnoS.1naro(io linos) 3 inertion -ti.H Each '"j;--;;;;;; -2 t,,;'.' ! (no unnaro ,oo t5,oo 3,uo 1" "l"."" 5-?? A'Z Throo do. 7.00 column 10.00 ls.oo 2. mi . if column l5,oi) so.oo 8n,oo I All ruioanununro ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 17 November 1859

The Rev. Mr. Milburn's Portrait of Senator Douglas. " ....... o inalictlie MIowir.g extract frmn a work recently issued, entitled Ten Tears of 1'nacnr Lf by tho Rev.jtiio "W. II. Milium. The millions wide- lyknowuas ttie Blind Mcthodibt'ltlected who at tho ago ot twenty-two was elected one of the Chaplains of Con-1 press, "Reason atone extreme in almost 6hut out." as iu tho ease of Milton, a ruro flood of "celestial light' scows to have shown in upon liis sul. lie wiiti'8, os he preu'-hes, in -a strain ol touching earnestness and jvctic beauty. His sketches of sever itl of tho leading members of Congress f the present and the past generation,1 inclnding Webster, Clay, Calhoun, Randolph, Pinkney, Stephens, and others, are truly admirable. That of Senator Douglas wo cannot refrain from copying, li is accu.ately and well defiued as a photograph, and when onco started, will go the rounds of tho press: Stephen Abnoi.d Douglas.- Tho first timo I eaw him was in Jnne,lS3S, standing on tho g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 17 November 1859

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Godey for December. Godey'a Lady's Cook for the month ol" December is before us. We have 60 frequently noticed this Magazine and our rcadtis, indeed, the whole people, are so well aware of its mer its, that we deem any praise 1 it wholly unnecessary. This number, however, is nnusuully attractive and valuable. Now is the time to get up clubs. iOThe Great Kepcblio Monro it, for November, is one of the best number of that excellent work yet published. For the general reader wo regard it as the best periodical in the Union. OCT" We this week publish the pros pectus of the Congressional Globe. Those who desire a minatoand accu rate report of the proceedings of Con gress, should subscribe for the Globe. Trust not to letter writers and tele graphs. DCFMr. E. D. Dodge has recently enlarged his store-room and increased his purchases of goods in a ratio cor responding with his increase of cus tom. He hag now a very heavy as sortment of everything in his line. See advertiseme...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 17 November 1859

Agricultural. 3' ;' --n-v.;-, Early Fattening of Animals. Tlio .hili8ojihy of inm-ase oi'liitin an'inulH U that tho i.'iibtoil food iiuoli-il to sillily waste in tho pyetem'the is laid ttp in the form of fat mound thc iiinscks, ready to bo absorbed aain into the cii'cnllition if needed. Vnstejwcro 48 induced by exercise, or use ol lhe; muscles, and also by combustion in the "Jungs of the digested food, to supply animal heat. lKncc thesame amount of food given in warm weather u ill.' if digged, all'nd a greater 'irp!u i fat than when fed in col l weather. ! llogd or otlu-r animals intended fr fattening thoi.M be shut upthis month. Many advoei.te making the si.e ol'lhe fattening jieii s j small that the animal j will liave jnct loom to stand or lie. , confinement favors res' and a disposition to fatten, too closj rpur- tors arc not healthful hr the annua!, needs moderate exercise to pro- digestion. The quality ot the ilef-h rod need "m us be somewhat iin- paired by any c nfinemcnt tha...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 24 November 1859

4 . r, EQUAL A'D EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL M EX, OF WIIATEVEK STATE Oil PEHSUASldx. RELIGIOUS OK POLITICAL Thoi. Jefferson.. M'ARTIIUlt; VINTON COUNTY,' OHIO, NOVEMBER 21: 1859. no; VOL,. 8, rOBUSUED EVERY THUHSD- Y BY 1 ALEX. I'EAKCE. n,rv".1.1Tn.nvsIvvwiinii1n71'tli TWO 1MWRS east of the covin : house. UP STAJESt . J TERMS OI' ri'DI.ICATlON. One copy ono year, in advuneo, tx". Ji pan! alter mx mon'.li, Cluba of ton new hnberiherit to 1 P.O. 10,u0 iu Th mouey imiBt invuriui.iy ccoiinmiiy ti.e Or Jorsfrom Cluln. INo paper will be discontinued until Hilar- I Tgo ra ml J up, uult-a at the option of the W h'anlio'ppr In not onleroJ to he "lacontln d at tho end oftli year, it will U ooutiiiuad j Oo.Saunre(ioilnc.)Sln(.ortu.na l,o Eoh adJitioniil innoriion 2 oa..qa,.8"V3 " " Two aqnnroi 6.on 8.00 lii.oo Thre. do. 7.00 w.po 1aoliinm 10.00 1S.00 2ft.on Qoolumn' l,t) 2.(, 80,00 All r.ilu and fleuro work will l e clmrpul one half moro tlian tlio iilovc rnt-e. Bpo rataa (taa, - Card of riiyiolimi....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 24 November 1859

Judge Douglas and the Attorney General—Correct Principle Vindicated and Acknowledged. Bick or well, dead or alive, Judge Douglas doee not mean to allow the Attorney General of t-liu United States to escape the consequences of having provoked r public controversy with linnseli without any occasion therefor. "We stated yesterday that we had re ceived an advuncc copy ofthe rejoind v ofMr. Douglas to judge Black. It is a pamphlet of fourteen pages.aud jhey are terrible nee to his adversary. The first eight pages arc devoted to a -K'uthing (Xjosuiu of Judge Black's ignoiaiicc ot ullic law, and Ii Is shill ings und evasions to avoid the force of Judge Donees' facts and quotations from the decisions of the Supreme Court. Wo do not know when we have rend any thing po damaging t the legal reputation of n lawyer us these eight pages a.v to that !' Judge Black. The other six jnjea of tin pamphlet me of public cocvrn, and hliow the lentficial results which have flowed from the discussion betwee...

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

Fall of the Suspension Bridge. ' The Portsmouth Tribnne thus speaks of tho fuHin;; of tho fiuo stu pension bridge over tho Scioto at that place : Upon repairing to the spot we found tbo structure in ruins, ami tho anry ivaters oftho swollen river duelling over the fragments with rcsiaik-ss luiy. The pier on this si1u hxd lulleii, ami taken with it the cntiro woik. In tho full the bridga hftd turned over, und the floor, timbers and cables la' in u broken, tangled mass of ruins. . " The ier had been built upon piles, driven from ten to iiitceii kvl ln.li.cv the bed of the river. But the river runs over a bed of quicksand at tin's place, nn J the f mndation iut' which tbo piles had been driven wa9 cut away by tho current, until the litftivv masonry yieldeil to tho pressuru and finally fell. The river is not hih, but the ride was Eiidden, and the cur rent, as tho ci'to approaches the Ohio, is very swift. Thu pier was discovered to be in danger about eight o'clock this morning. A ininibe...

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

The Ohio Penitentiary. Tim Ohio Penitentiary, located at Columbus, is one of tlie greatest in dustrial institutions of the country. The editor of the Columbus Gazette Jins collected the fiilowinjr facts uinl litres of llio present condition and iterations of this institution: Th new addition to thu Oliio Pen itentiary, lirovided for by tho 37, U00 Bjijirojniation ol' last winter, U nearly completed, and the Directors uud Warden are deserving of the jiveatcet credit lor the vijjur and en irpy diilayfd iu the j losecution of the work. Tho walls, built since tho first of June, are about two thousand feet in length, twenty-two llet hili, three lbet thick at the bottom, nnd eighteen inches at tho top, covered with a lyee btoncr coping tliree feet wide. Neat and com foi table ;n.iivl houses are built on tho top of the. walls, for the ncconinioJution of tho watchmen in charge of the prisoners. From 7,000 to 8,000 perch of etono was taken from the Statu quarries for thu en largement, and de...

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

Jft u iVfi ii i i rw 1 11 ii i ' i 11 i EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL OF WHATEVER STATE OK PERSUASION, RELIGIOLS OR POLITICAL.-TAo .Jefftrnn. M'AHTHUll, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, DECEMBER 1. 1859. VOL. 8. mil mii mi w.1 km i i ri w r i Slcrtiur democrat. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ALEX. PEARCE. 0 FFICE IN BRATTON'S NEW BUILDING TWO DOORS EAST OF THE COUBT HOUSE, UP STAIRS. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. (J ne copy one year, in advance, ti,so 9 no Club of ten now mDHcribern tol P. 0. 10,00 If paid niter lx nioii'.lm, The money must Invariably accompany "KoTapor mrtgoa are paid np,unieBi at moi'iuuuv.ui. I'uniniier. When the pupfirta not ordered tnbodifeontin ted at the end of the year, it will be continued TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Square (10 li itsqnar(il)'li'nei)8ln'ircrti6ti vtr.'l,n7T Each additional insertion 2s Tim. 6 voNTna. 12 month. 18,00 f s.oo 19.00 tine iqnara Two aquarea Three do. ' column 5,00 6.00 Ijj-JJH o.n;no 8oioo 7.00 in. oo 10.00 V' culnmn 15,00 80,00 All ruieann lipurr hf m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 1 December 1859

SALE OF DELINQUENT LAN S AND TOWN LOTS. The following it Met of Lands and Trwn Lo: within the County ofVintin :turnd T'r intiiwiii br tha'Tnaturrr olsaid Count y for ireTxesrf 1868,(1 arged with tiie txa i.mi riiaiij iui rmj 1 car, 11 Lwicr iin me iuacb vi nr turrcin jcor ouucu mere iu, I th Proprietors. LAKES. R T .No 1. Each Towpsnt? Drown G-'orge Coa John. ama uma Clark Oweni P ftmith John Wilcox Joseph ' riylev John P Hither Elizabeth Citric Isaac Brown Hnrr Filzpatrick Simeon Rodgers Isaac L Cable Jacob Widsworlh Waliej Wodtworlh Day id fitoit John Dixon Simeon llt-Kitric k Robert "Youtigblue Isasc W Jratton E A tama While Henry Slevird George Wadswoilli Waller Barry Alfred Arington David tame Barry Alfred AV.Uoo Wm II McCreanr James No. 3. Bown TowufBiP Braiton E A Currier J L " Shuttock J P Bratton E A No. 3. Swas ToWMSHIf. Clurk Andrew Lee George Ellia Robert Forsyth David Bingham Ralph Bray 11 T Uytrly Elijoh Snedaker Samuel Milligan George Larrlek Carper ' Woollard Jeff ji...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 1 December 1859

THE DEMOCRAT. ALEX. PEARCE, EDITOR. MoARTIlUB TnunsDAV. : : : December i. isaa The Grey Eagle. The lima table of the Riil-toadj being now o changed that one can go to Cincinnati, or "up the liver," by war of roriimouth, without delay at ihit point, we commenl to public patronage the steamer Gret Eaole, whose card will be found in another column Frank J. Oukes is clerk, and a better fellow never trod the deck of a "side-wheol'r." (CTA press of advertising has crowded from our columns the usual variety. The delinquent list, however, will bs quite as in teresting to a laige number of readers, as anything we would publish. New Gooes. Messrs. Davis and Suaim his recently filled up the store-room on the old Western Hotel corner, with a a fine as. Ortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, etc., fresh from Baltimore ond other Eastern markets. Their card will be found in another part of this paper. Give them a call. Democratic Convention. Pursuant to notice tlio Democrats of Vinton County met in Conv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 1 December 1859

Agricultural. From the Country Gentleman. Boiled Corn vs. Boiled Meal. Tlio Hon. Ellsworth, time Commissioner of Patents, says it is a fact. tslaUislicd by long xpci inu-nting. thnt corn ground into and then cooked, is 150 per cent, tatter for fattening cattle and liogs, than coin fed as they usually at tho West, in the field. That it, coin worth 5'J cents per bushel to raw and ungumnd.is worth 1 52 when ground ard boiieJ or steamed. This difl'eiei:eo would soon pay for a mill and steaming apparatus. Mr. Ciissius Al. Clay, alter a !ong trial, lias given us tho following facts: In making pork, one bushel dry corn made 5 10-lCths pounds of pork; boil-! cd corn mada 14 7-lCths pounds, and loi'ed meal made, in ono instance, G 7 16ths, and in another nearly 18 rounds ol pork. In other words, dry -orn ia worth 45 cents, boiled corn ?1 JO 1 and hoilcd meal 5l u i z to SI 44 per bushel, when pork is worth eight cents per pound; or one bushel of corn ground and cooked is worth three bushels ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 15 December 1859

1X1 f Mi r 1 ' Hi ' 111 ft fti :. rl bii! ilU'.i . .! 'XJ !-. ILJ IJ II . IH M M'AllTIIUll, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, DECEMBER 5 . 1859. NO. 18; in m iti i rj ci II Hi i l. n.i j m w w ism i am . . . . : ; . . ! EQUAL AXD E..4tT JUSTICE TO ALL MES, OP WHATEVEIt STATE OR PEIISUASIOX, UELICIOIS OK rOLITICAI Thos. Jtfferson. ' VOL. 8. T BY OFFICE IN B RATION'S NEW BUILDING TWO DOORS EAST OF TllE COURT HOUSE, UP STAIRS. T EIOlTo FP V BL1 CA TIO N . One copy one year, In advance, Jl,o If paid a ft or nix months, 2,00 Clubs of ton new aiibucribers tol P. 0. 10,00 , The money must invariably accompany the orders from Club. , tSTNo paper will be discontinued until all nr- Haragfesare paid np, unless at the option of the Publisher. When the papor is not ordered tohediscontin- d at the end of the year, it will te continued TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One SauoredO lineal S insertions 1.0 Eaoh additional insortion a5, 8 months. 6 months. 13 months- Oneiqnare H3,o) !t,oo s,oo Two aqnarca n,oo 8,00 i2.oo Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 15 December 1859

Abolition Circular of the Republican Leaders. Within a few iluya past the Now York Herald tins called attention to tne CTioenceoi a deliberate design, on the part of tbo leaders of the Iiepub iicaa puny, to indoctrinate its lueas- tirea with Alolitiou sentiments, with a view to turn the force of the purty flcainst not merely the extension ol slavery, but against slavery whero it exists in the states ot the Lonledera cy. The mentis to be employed for tins purpose whs the systematic circu lation of a volume entitled: The im pending Ciists if the South; How to Meet it, purporting to bo written by one Iliriton Kowmi Helper, of North Carolina, and originally published by a house iu the city ol'Nuw Vork.about two yeHrs iiro. The book of Mr. Helper is, perhaps, all things considered, the beet calcina ted to awakun prejudice nnd excite feelings of funaticism against the so cial condition ot the Southern States of any iu the whulo wide range of anti slavery literature. Written, or pur p i ti...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 15 December 1859

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Godey'b Lady's Book, for January 1860, Las been received. "Miss Sliuimens" makes ber appeal anco in this No. in the character of Mistress of a DoarJing Houso. This paper alone is worth tho prico of GoJey lor a year. . Liteuauy. Wc learn that a meet ing will bo helJ in Mr. Eakin's School room, on Friday evening, for the pur pose of organizing a Literary Society. Here's a chacco for young Ciceros and Patrick Henry's to spread themselves. fJL"Wu tako pleasure in calling at tention to the advertiseincnt of J. Shreckengaust. His stock of Watch es, Clocks und Jewelry is large and well selected. If you want a good ar tide in his lino give him a call. ' Fictcbes. Persons desiring pic tures of almost any style or descrip tion, are invited to look at the adver tisement of Mr. Sheppard, whoso Dagucrrcan Car is situated near the Western Hotel. DCTWo are iudebted to Mr. John Henderson for some fine Tobacco of his own raising. Get the Best Detector. Tctonum's Cuuntcrfuit Detecto...

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