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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 25 May 1855

DEVOTION TO OUR COMMON COUNTRY.: - VOL. 3. M' ARTHUR, VINTON CO., oTj Isp? The 11' Arthur Democrat. TESMB Or SUBSCRIPTION ) ' (1,00 per year, and if not payed within the tar, 12,00 will be charged. These Terms mutt be strictly complied with, and no paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unlets at the option of the publisher. TEEMS Or AD V EBTISiNO, CT One square, thirteen lines or. less first thru insertions $( 00 Each additional insertion 25 ' Cards one year, $3,00. A liberal deduction will be made toper sons advertising by the year. All advertisements payable in advance or on demand . AgcnU for the "Jlcirthnr Dfrnotrot.". Tb following Qntlemn will Ec1t nd Btcvtrrt for SnbM.ipiiont ml Adraniitmant., for IhU t a ptr, in Vinton County. Ohio. Fetton Cox, Wii. Tayler, Jso. Class, St., J. Bloes, J. GlLLEN, Adam Lynn, J. Easom, Hamrien Furnace. Mt. P least nt. Harrison Township. Bloers Store, . Wilkesville. Swan. Knox. BUSINESS DIRECTORY, FOR VINTON COUNTY, OHIO U. P. ...

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. — 25 May 1855

THE 'DEMOCRAT, IfcjToitc of the Ptojilc U the S111.rc.mt Lew AKD THEIR MCTTO, juJ 113EijTY .&UNjP!jl?.w,- E. A. IMt 4 I TO.V j:dhor. S'ABM'B, 31 If 25, 185?. V. B. PALMER'S Atwtpaptr Subscription ind Advertising Agoncr Philadelpu iAt New York, Boston ami Bal timore, is our authorized agent lo n-reive and receipt for subscription ami advertisement fur tlie Democrat. PRODUCE OF ALL K1MDS. ia receiv ed at the tcry highest viarket prices, on Sub Kriptionor Advertisements, at us ojflce. Moiuy is not refusal. LANK. DEEDS, BLANK MORTG AG ES and all Blanks required under the Jus tices' Code, for Ju&ticcs of the Peace, urtcon statilly kept on hand and fur sule ul this Office. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, mi . M E D 1 1 L . For Lieutenant Governor, JAMES MYERS. For Supreme Judge, WILLIAM KENNON, ROBERT fJ. WARDEN. For Auditor of Slate, WILLIAM i). MORGAN. For Treasurer of Slate, JNO. G. I3RESL1N. For Secretary of Slate, WILLIAM TREV1TT. For Attorney Cencrul, GEORGE W. McCOOK...

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. — 25 May 1855

MARKETS. McArthur, May 25. 2,00,1 ron,-"- 5u'J 15 Leather.---.18a3l .' :0jLard per lb. 8 .. 9'Molose&prcl. 50 AppW D., Buttei per lb.. Smoked Hatus,--" Shoulders, " . Sides,- Brooms,. Beans, W.---Nest Coffee,-! Ca miles, Cheese,.. ...... Cloverseed Corn Eggs pel doz Flour pel hun. 9 Nuils,3dtoi0d, Co! 2 30 Oats, 4U rotates, Irish. 125 PcBcues, D..--..-2.25 Pork prewt.... 4,00 Sugar N. 0., . 10 .' Louf, 15 -2,00 .- 16 20 1 . 60fc! G5 ... 8 4,50 t'J.OO .70 ...40 8 . 8d 10 Crushed,- 10ul2 Suit, per bbl 3,50 " Table, pr Sack, -37 Soap lie rib 3u5 Teas, Y. II. 13 Imperial 6100 Tallow. 12 Wlieat per bu. 1,50 Wool perlrJ.'-20uO0 Flour .per bbl Flux Seed Feathers,' Fish, White,. " Mackerel,' Hides 4 Portsmouth Price Current. CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY BUSKIRK, & DAVIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS, No. 1. Buckeye Block. PORTSMOUTH, May 25, 1855. " Loaf-.... Criixhril.. A pples, Dried 125 Brooms pr doss i2n30u ,tl 0 Bacon Hams per lb1. .1 Salt, Kanawha, bu. 55 Shoulder " 10 Teas, loose in packs. " Si...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 25 May 1855

The Probable Departure of Louis Napoleon for the Crimea. There appears to be no longer any reason to doubt that the Emperor of (he French will proceed immediately to the Crimea. In the Constitntionel ol Monday, it is stated that his camp equipage has also been sent off, and the 1 Oth of May is confidently named in Paris as the day on w Inch he will take his departure. The abilities or Napoleon the III are about to be tried in a uew Geld. His victories have hitherto been gained in civil contests ; it remains to be seen whether he has in herited the military talents of his house. Various considerations concur to re commend the step he is about to take. His presence in the Crimea teems de sirable as a means of giving unity to the opperations ot a campaign carried on by the armies of at least four inde pendent nations. As victory will tend to consolidate the throne, he has every inducement to urge on the war with energy ; and at the same time, from all we can learn, the Emperor is too p...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 1 June 1855

wiii ft Am M4 yjo wuyi i mi i uS U U rt and -True devot.on to ou c6 A Pretty Foot. There's magic in a lady's foot. And well the ladies know it, And she who hnsa pretty one Is pretty sure to show it ; At times you, loo, are martyreJ by The nicest little ankle, T! at shoots an arrow thronj;h the eyes, Within the heart to jaukle. Of coursa you turn your gsze aside, And all your blushes stiile, For well you know she 's not aware Her skirts are raised a trifle ; Ami sho'd you think she might.perchance, Have on a loosened gaiter, Your fingers itch to play the part Of honest lady's waiter. Though tantalized till he Is crazed Stark mad with wild romancing, That witching lootaloiif; his brain A thousand waltzes dancing. ., The while it 'merely lightly pats, As thoughtlessly sha may more it No modest man would dare to dream, There is a leg above it. But when it trips along the street, Through wind and mud and vp.por, By aheer accident you see How beautiful the taper; And as it steps upon the ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 1 June 1855

THE DEMOCRAT. Hit Voire of the Tcople Is the Supreme law AND THE1H MOTTO, LIBERTY & UNION!" C A. MUTTON. Editor. MTlllB, USE 1,1855. V. B. PALMER'S Htwtpiptr Subscription and Advertising Agencjr Philadelphia, 2s'ew York, Boston and Bal hmore. is our authorized eent (o receive end receipt for subscription and advertisement for the Democrat. FKODUCE OF ALLKIJSDS. is m-civ-td at the teryhighevt market prices, on Sub wn'pfion or Advtrtitnunta,nt lhi office. Money it not refined. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Gortrnor, U. MED ILL. For Lieutenant Governor, JAMES MYERS. For Supreme Judges. WILLIAM KENKOK, ROBERT R. WARDEN. For Auditor of State, WILLIAM D. MORGAN. For Treaturer of State, J NO. G. BRESL1N. For Secretary of State, WILLIAM TREVITT. For Attorney General, GEORGE W. McCOOK. For Board of Public H'orAs, JAMES B. STEEDMAN. Glorious Victory! 100 The returns from the Old Dominion indicate the following result: "And the Lord said unto Cain, ill. i n . i miere is Ann, tny brother.' A...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 1 June 1855

DIED. April 23 At Keokuk, Iowa, or cholera, Mat Fletchei Powfll, wife of ChirlesM. Powell, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and daught er of Rev. Abraham Carllich. of the Ohio conference. Sister Powell was born November 2, 1833; uibraced religion, and joined the Church, at Barlow, Ohio, in the spring of ISM; was married April 10th, and left home the same day for her new home in the west. She wag aUetked with 'lie cholera on the boat, on the way up from St. Louis; reached Keokuk on the morning of the 23d, and died at the Ivan's none, in mat city, at six o'clock, P. M., of that flay, ner menus rind much to comfort ihern, in the midst of the deep sorrow thai this dispensation of divine Fmvidence brings to their hearts, in the knowledge that, though it has taken thf in by surprise, it was not so withhci. A few days before she left home she remarked to tier mother that she had been arouEeu several nines, during me previous night, with the impression that some voice was calling to ner,"i'repure to ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 1 June 1855

IfcSS. NKY STOCK OF 1S53. VANKEE XOT10XS! ' r ' . ' - LATE ARRIVAL!! Ihava just received my Siting Stocl comprising great variety of FANCY nd STAPLE NOTIONS. Dealers and drim ire invited to call before purch sing e Ise where, as they will find a com )lete assort men t, and at prices itui will comp.re with any Establishment v( the kind in this section of the cimntn. Thi following article comprise a jir. tf ir.y extensive assortixrui: 150 packs pins. 200,000 percussiou caps. 6C0 doien ipool coilu. 50 gross buttons. CO Ooien suspenders. 150 lb skein cotton. 12 lb lining silk, & lb twill (ilk. 500 gross hooks n.J ejei. 30 doien raior .strops. 3C0 dozen combs, all kind?. 50 reims cip, letter and note poi tt. 20,000 euvelopes. 300 dozen tapes, 130 dozen soaps. 40,000 fish hooks. 25 gross fish line. 20 grosa lead pencils. 100. 000 needles. 100 bundles wafers. 40 dozen knives. 30 dozeu scissors. 10 gross spoons. 20 gross jews harps. 3 gross French harps. 30 dozeu slates. 3000 slate penc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 8 June 1855

11 S3" ISLSSI PUBLISHED E VER Y FRIDAY morxix. rrS7TrCr COUNTRY. , K A. Dlt AT I ON LDIIOlt A!NI 1'HOI'ltlLIOH. , TE SMS :- 0E DOLLAR PER AXXUAt' JNADVANCE. VOL. 3. if Till il i ; f r 1 In is i i n , u in - i si t i ft. 1 111111 I t b ' ' ' a T IJ I' ' ii iia t i vti in JNO. .42 The M'Arlhnr Democrat. TEEMS Or SUBSCRIPTION I 81,00 per year, and if not pyed vlthtn the year, t$2,00 xcill be charged. .These Terma must be strictly complied with, and no paper will be discontinued until all arrearages art paid, unless at the option if tke publisher. TEEMS OF ADVEHTISINO. ftT One tauare. thirteen lint or less Ural three insertions $1 00 Each additional insertion 25 Cardiont year, 83,00. A liberal deduction vill be mud t toper- tona sdvcrtialnt tu (Ac year. All vdvrrtistmtnts payable in advance or on iemafid Agents for the "JlfJrtliurDfniotnil." ' Tkol)wlnQoil0!B will Kaetivt mi KelM for Sutci:ptloiit ma Advaitiiii.eal, lot tliia la. , In Vl, Count)'. CLiO. Tr.TTOM Cox, Jlamileii Furnace. '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 8 June 1855

THE DEMOCRAT. ihiToice of the People is the Supreme Ltw AND THE1B MOTTO, Ml A IJIt ,T's"O.V Ltlltor. B'ABTIIUR, JUXE 8, 1855. 1 V. B. PALMER'S. Wewapapar Subscription and Adrtitlln Agancy Philadilphia, New York, Boston and Bal- timori, is our authorized agent tu receive and receipt for subscription and advertisement for ih Democrat. PRODUCE VF ALL KISDS. is rtcelv sd at the very highest market prices, on Sub seriptionor Advertisements, (it this clctjr iloney is not refused. OLA Mi DEEDS, BLANK MORTG AG ES XJ and all Ulanks required under tht Jus tices' Codt. for Justices of the Peace, are con ttantly kept on hand and for tulc ut this Of- DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, . YM. MED ILL. For Lieutenant Governor, JAMES MYERS. For Supreme Judges, WILLIAM KENNON, ROBERT B. WARDEN. For Auditor of State, WILLIAM D. MORGAN. For Treasurer of Slate, JNO. G. BRESLIN. For Secretary of Stats, WILLIAM TREV1TT. For Attorney General, GEORGE W. McCOOK. For Board of rullie Works, JAMES B. STEEDM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 8 June 1855

COCK-A-DOO-DLE-DOO! OLD VIRGINIA COMPLETE!! KNOW NOTHINGISM NOWHERE! Wises' Maj. 12,000!!! EVERY MEMBER OF CONGRESS DEMOCRATIC Democratic Majority in Legislature 48!!! The litest returns from this Stale leave no doubt of the complete overthrow oi the Secret Ordtr in Virginia, end the tnoit brilliant Democratic victory ever achieved in the OKI Dominion. The tide of Know Nothiagism has been arrested in its onward progress and driven entire If from the South. New York, Michigan and Illinois have repudiated il North; Pennsylvania sLd Ohio will surely do so in October next. This mushroom party f midnight mas querades are doonird to defeat every; where. Their days are numbered. "There is nothing hidden that shall not be Bible. Nearly Dead! As a well-known reverend gentleman was passing through Centre Market, on Saturday morning last, lie was abrupt ly accosied by an individual ol "tincer lain age," who was evidently agitated by some internal emotion or commotion. 'Are you a clergyman?" as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 8 June 1855

A Bicb Rifmt. -The wit lo the Id Bey State arc htring their owu fun ut of the -Legiitativ Smelting C.iiii mltlc. On of (htm publishes ibe fol BILL OF FARE. - JVvnairy Inspection Dinntr. --. HOirOLK MOVII SOUP. A 1 Sara. Fibh. Bintlti 1 1 Paul Pry. Roast. . American Eagle, larded. Estiees. Fork and Bean a I' Americaine. Broiled Hasty ruddioga i'Star Spangled Bauuer. Oyster Tie la Natyve. Celve's Head a la Gridiron. Dtvilled Kidnejt a la Johu Rogers. Stewed Goose a la Cayenne. Game. Equ&d Eaglet. Goslin a la Hi. a. Young Owls. Turtle Dora a U Patterson. Relishes. Got. Gardiner'a Inaugural Address. Out copy of the Bloody Carl Wheel. Una copy Fox'a Book of Marly rs. Ona copy of Ovid's Art of Love. Vegetables. Sweat Potatcei. Some Pumkins. Faitit. Vol u Vent a la Investigation. Omnibui Fie, triih Gooseberry Fools Inside. Corrss and Cider. rtrct half pints of Something in Bottes Liquor Sellers Organized against the Prohibitory Law. We have information that an extended organiza tion of...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 June 1855

-W-rV-W -w 1 V" " w irirvvvwiwwvvMUvvvMA r . at - . - . v -..,.. fl.UILir. J, Vl vui,. 3. M' ARTHUR, VINTON CO., -0. J FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1855. NO;45 The lI'Ariliur Democrat. TEHMaOP SUBSCRIPTION- $1,00 per year, and if not jwytj vilhin the jiar, $2,00 will be charged. These Ttrmt must be strictly complied ith, and no paper will be discontinued viitil an arrearage are pmd, unless at the option uj tatp uuuintr. TEEMS OF ADVERTISING, OCT" One square, thirteen lines or less a first mrcc insertion $ U oo bach additional, insertion .... 25 Cards one ear,. $3,00. A liberal deduction will bt made to per wndvertixinebv the year. - All vdvertiwmtnts payable iti advance or cm kihm, . r. '.' ' Agents forthe "Mrthnr Drmofrot." Ths followinf Qsntlsinsii will Recslvs and Bsesipt l C .1 -1 . . . . . ' pvr, in vinion wuunif . uxuo. Tevtoh Cox, Wm. TAVLF.n. Jno. Clark, Sr.. J. Bloer, , , J. GlLLEN, Adam Lvsx, J. Easom, ITamden Furnace.' Mt. Pleasant. Harrison Township. Bloers Store, . Wjlkesville., Sw...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 June 1855

THE DEMOCRAT. Tkt Tolct f Ihit Prople li the Enprtme law AM MOTTO, fJWu MM ft, ML - RA.BH E4 Iff. JMTIO, ME 29, 1855. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, WM. MEDILL. For Lieutenant Governor, JAMES MYERS. For Supreme Juices, WILLIAM KENNON, ROBERT B. WARDEN. For Auditor of State, WILLIAM D. MORGAN. For Treasurer of State, ' J NO. G. BRESLIN. 4 iVr Secretary of State, WILLI A 51 TREVITT. For Attorney General, GEORGE W. McCOOK. For Board of Public Works, JAMES B. STEEDMAN. AN DIE DEUTSCHEN DEMOCRATEN. C1IATEN. Die Know Nothings tind Wighs hi ben in lezter Nacht in hiesiger Stadt einen Beschluss gegen die deut sche und irische Democratic in ihrer Versammlung passirt, wtlcher da bin- aus lief, dass kein Deutscher oder Irlaender, levor er 2lJahr im Land ist das Stimmrecht haben solL.Die Deut schen, wtiche in hiesigen fHsenwer ken arteiten oder sonst im County wohnen, werden somit aufmerksam eemacht, daw lie nicht betrogen wer den I Spaeter wird mehr ueber diesan uegenstand gesagt werde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 June 1855

Salt of Real Estate by Order of Court. BY virtue of an order of gale to we directed from tbc Probate Court, within and fur the county of Vinton, aud State of Ohio, 1 will on ibe 23th day of July, A. D , 1855, bMween the hours of one no J two o'clock P.M., of said diy, t the door of the Court House, iu -the town of Mc Arthur. end countr of Vinton. ofTVr tn, ile tt public auction, the interest of Clariia Salts, George Salta, Tbomat Salts, Bebeca Salts aud Andrew Salts, (being fire equal undivided tilth parts,) in and lo the following real ealate sit uate in said couuty of Vinton, to wit ; The west half of the south east quaiter of eectioa number four, townihlp num btr tea, of range number seventeen, ex cept about two and one-half acres heretofore conveyed by Edward Salts, seur., to Patrick Murdock, and about four teres sold to the Maritlta & Ciul Rerlroal Co., as and for a tight of way. Said interest in said premises has been appraised (Iree from tie incum brance of dower,) at twi...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 June 1855

Popping the Question. Jedediah Dodge waa dead in 1ot with ha beauteous Sallj Hammond, but on. Jog to an unconquerable feeling diffi dence. nad never been able to screw up bin courage to the (ticking point eb eolotely requisite to enable bim to in form her of his predilectione. Three several times be had. dressed up in his Sunday-go-to-meeting filings," end made his way to her father's bouse, de termined this time to do or die. Bbl, nnluckily, his courage oozed away, and became 'small by degrees and beatm fully less,' as the politicians says, i'il, wban ha was fairly in her presence, be wee barely able to remark that it waa a warm evening. Selly got tired at length of his old reiterated observation, and resolved to help him out of his predic ament, for, like a, true woman she had not failed to perceive ,what Jedediah was trying to come at, but couldn't. For the fourth time Jedediah came, but did not succeed any better. Sally coin snenced her attack by informing him that Mary Sumers, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 6 July 1855

-rr: n .era 'ill ''01 If ' V , i "Nr kjnOT"U Kir rni itii nl.i.. i . i .. . . . : , . ' . IIVIM 1 ii lu t:UU I n. Pill FAHI IVTT WPIT 'I IMirCT TUC - vi-a 11 . ... - . . ' . - - ' T : ; ULILL: BUT A CACHED , MAINTENANCE' ' OF THAT' ' INSTRUMENT , AND , TRUE nrvryr.nNi Tn -, m .a ommom . .w ' 'Arthur-Democrat. . $1,00 rrr yearnd if .not Tvd tfWit fe ur, ,00 u-ii. v cWk, , ' , f wirA, Und nj pcijfcr tri be discontinued Until till arrearage! art paid, unless at the-Option ofthtpulHhtr,:-t I . ".1 -i ,tj):i - ' TEEMS OP AP? ERTISlMd. , :i i ! ' CCT One 8uare, thirteen lint or less first three inurthmf ,..$1 .00 Euch additional, imertwn v ..,.. . 25 Cardtont tear... ... . .. , .. ft.l'm '. iTPRMC flf irTDin&rcprMti . uotrat . .iuc non mu. tit mutt to per inn ndvtrtmnelv iht ieur. ' '. " ' " -' All vdvnllHmtnta' pdydkUiH advance or on dmar-d "" '' ' ' r, u. The following Oamlemtn vlll Itcedr led Bnctlpl (or Subtcrijiiiooi tod Adnriltciiitf , (o Ihii 1 yvr, tif niton veunif , vmoi ' fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 6 July 1855

THE DEMOCRAT. Ik Voice of Hie Frople l thr Sujirm e law ADD TIlfclH MOTTO, I A. ItlCtTTO. ICtlllor. riARr juiinf"nriff i" r nrr rrr ri-i-r-rrai-rr nrt lr" V. 1$. PALMER'S Ntwirapwr Bubicjipllon and Advertising Agrncy Philadelphia, tw Yokk, IWton ami Bal timore, is our authorized agent to receive unci receipt for subscription and advertisement for th Uemomat, QLANK DEEDS, BLANK MORTGAGES AJ and all Ulunkn required utuler the Jus tices' Code, for Justice of the tenet, urecon stanlly kept on hand and for bulcul tkU Of fice. ' MUD ICE OF ALLklXlTsTiTmuin td at the very highest market price, oh Sub wiptionor Adurtistmaits, ut this ojjlu. Money is not refused. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, . ill ED ILL. For Lieutenant Governor, JAMES MYERS. Por Supreme Judges. WILLIAM KENNON, ROBERT B. WARDEN. For Auditor of State, WILLIAM D. MORGAN. For Treasurer of Slate, JNO. G. BRESLIN. , For Secretary of State, WljLL'IAM -TKEV1TT. gor Attorney Ctneral, GEOlfGE W. McCOOK. . . For Hoard of Pub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 6 July 1855

Tug Country of the .Kavajois. llriMs or .tows The Lesert, News contains an account of mi e xe'litMi Ir tlia Mormons, to t lie Southern part of the Territory, among tli Navaioes. They describe I lie ruin of the. towns! and villages discovered on the St. John, about 500 miles south. eat of the Salt Lake Citjf'; The walls of many buildings are still fMaiiding'entire, some of them three or lour stories high, with the end of (he led cedar jnisis et in the wall,' but worn to a point at ' thei r f xtreruitiei. Every building wis a fortification, built In the strongest manner imaginable, and in a style that the present age knew nothing of; many of them still plainly show the whole manner of structure, nd even the marks oi the workmen's tools. From here we traveled ten miles, with occasional ruins by the way, and entered i Jeep canou with projecting shelves of rock, and under these shelves were numerous houses or fortifications. The one we examined was divided into twenty-four rooms, each ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 6 July 1855

BUSINESS DIRECTORY for vinton county, on it? fa. P. HEWITT. Judge of Probate Court W.L. EDMJSTON.Clerk Com. Pleas Court K. F. BINGHAM, Prosecuting Attorney. Wk, TISUK, SherilT.; - JOSEPH MAGEE. Auditor J. SWEPSTON, Treasurer ': ' ' ' ' JAMES MALONE, Reioider. . ' 1 J KELSON RICHMOND, Surveyor. ' " " fiEO. ULLOM, Coro..sr ; County Commissioners, J. DO WD, J- KINNEY, & JOHN SWAlM. School Examiners, 0. T. GUNNING, G. W. SHOCKEY and E. A. BRATTON. ! , IRON FURNACES, With tlieir Post-OCte Atlresses. CuciasAii Fubkace. WesifalfSte.w. trt d Co. Manufacture r- of -;tL best quality of Pig Iron.' Harr.dei:, Reeds Mill P.O. ' ' ' ' ' Eaoli Flbsacs. Stanley Betitlfy & Co. Manufacturers of the best quality of Pig Iron. gU Post Office. Via-ro Fvbvacc, Menu, Clatk St Co. Manufacturer! of . best "quiU'y .rot Pig Iron, VintoVf Furnace' Tost 0 flics-. Hahdes Fvbhaci, Frazee, Tarr & Co. Reed's Mill Post Office. ' 1 ' " Bio Sad Fi'bnaci, Bartlett, Dna rjr Co., Manufacturers of the best qual...

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