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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 15 December 1859

SALE OF DELINQUENT LANDS AND TOWN LOTS. The following is a list of I tnds mid Town i.o: within the Courtly of Vinton returned Delinquent bV the Treasurer olsnul Count y lor the luxes ol isos.iharjeu wnn me 'ses unil eitolty fir a d jear, together with ti e taxes of 'he current ear added thereto: Proprietors. LANDS. R T g Description. No 1. Eagle Township. Brown Gi tre Cox John sit mil SHIIIO Clark Owens P Smith John Wilcox Joseph Plylev Joint V Mather ElizabUh j Clark Isaac Drown llenrv Filr.patriik Simeon Kodgers Isaac L Cable Jacob Wsdsworth Waller Wadswoith I)uiil ... 11... acou uiiii Dixon Bitneon McKitr'nk Robert . Toungblue Uimc fll Brallon E A same White Henry Bevard Genre" Wadswotlh Walter Barry Alfred Arington Daxid same Barry Alfred Allison Wtn II McCrearv James No. 3. Brown Towstmp Brat ton E A Currier J L Shuttock J P Bratton E A No. 3. Swas Township. Claik Andrew Lee George Ellia Robert Forsyth David Bingham Ralph Bray H T Bytrly Elijiih Snedakcr Samuel Milligon Georgfl...

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. — 22 December 1859

ifL' . iffit P 4 Sir-it XI Aim 1 4 .it ;.'i.i!nyr Itl -r 1 i II III if! 1(1 1 4 L AKD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN. OF WHATEVEK STATE Oil PHISITASIOX. UELIGIOLS OK POLITICAL.-77oj . Jerson. VOL. 8. M'AHTIIUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, DECEMBER 22. 1859. NO. 19. iiUHLII H rHl 1(1 If i IN 9 IU W n IM H ...! j$ .-,-,1 V- V . Mt litcrtur Ilnni-rut PUBLISHED EVERY THOBSD..Y BY ALEX. PEAUCE. , FFICE IN BRATTON'8 NEW 1511LD1NC TWO DOORS EAST OF THE COUNT HOUSE, CP STAIRS. TKK.MS OP PiriJI.H .UK . Oncopyonoyor,ln(idvnnce, ii pain nitor ix mon.nit, i..'.o Cluba oi ten new sutmcriliPTh to! P. O. in no - Tho monpv must invuriuMy nccompHiiy th rdrflfrom(?luii. ' ' ". iSA Publisher.:'., ;Yb. 8 r7,!9 ""MjhVwT.o JJ nt Hia etui ff ttic T';f.t. )t vUtlio continued ' ; ' TEnais OF APYEltTlsiNO;" 1 ' OnSqimr('io liiKmuiiisortion.. ...... .'.i,r.o ' Koh midUimuii iunortim V5 viro -y-,',Vforn,arly Two inra fi.n) s.u'i ia.no Three do. 7.no 10.P0 i.vp Qoolmnn l.vco 2.po nrt.oo ; au misnnd ileuro wnrk iiUif timrod ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 22 December 1859

[From the Cincinnati Enquirer.] Washington Correspondence. Washington Correspondence. WASHINGTON, Thursday, Dec., 15. To the Editor tf the Enquirer: Soruo excitement prevails laic in tegard to the nctiuu oi'iliulaie Geor gia Democratic Convention. It bd pew to liavo Icon more a movement of tJio imuiudiatu personal ami jioliti cal friends ot Secretary L'olib in the Stato Legislature, than niy authori zed exjiressionot tliu Gvt.rjjni Democ racy. Considerable iudinatiou in al leged to jirevail in Georgia at this nap judgment, and trouble is liluly to ari6e out of it. The Democratic JSteta Central Committee luivc- called the regularly-constituted Coimntion. on the 2d ot March lust, which will eend delegntes to Uharleatnii from the people. This attempt by the Geon-ia Legislature to forestall the action of llio people, is in fceeninff with the ho-i"1 gus movements going on in othir States having a similar object, viz.: 10 athwart the will of the people. It is represented here that the mas...

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. — 22 December 1859

Special Notices. WW DR. HOOPLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, AMD DR, UOOFLAXD'S BALSAMIC COllDIAL, Tht grutt ttandard medicintt tf th$ preient agt, have acquired their great popularity only through yean of trial. Unbound, J tatiifac tion it rendered by them in all cam; and tht pecplt have pronounced them worthy. llrcr Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Debility of the Nervous System, Diseases or the Kidneys, and all distaitt ariting from a diiordered liver or veaknett of the itomach and diycttivt ergant, art tpeedity and permanently turtd by tht GERMAN BITTER3. The BaUamlo Cordial hat acquirid reputation turpauing thai of any timilar pre paration extant. It Kill cure, wituoct fail. tht moit tevert and long-ttanding Cough, Cold, or Horenei, SroncMtU, In fluent, Croup, Pneumonia, Incipient Consumption, and hat performed tht mott aitoniihing wet ever known of Confirmed Consumption. A few doiet will alio at onct theck and turt tht moil mere Diarrhoea proceeding from Coio IH tub Bowels. Then medicine...

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. — 22 December 1859

SALE OF DELINQUENT LANDS. AND TOWN LOTS. Tlf fo'lf.wii F if ft I'm o: 1m' h.iI Tumi I.o'r within tl.e County of Vinton returned i.t by ti.i Ti:.'i:v i i :saV IVr: M 'i r :r T xr i f !ii8, rlmrfd v ilh the txe - it r li i! r lax'-s oi Mil turv-i t -nr add-d thereto: I'lffnilflon. Nit, f'v.' h '1 ? I i I" Li.! 0 ' (,.' (YxJullll f n nil- Claik Own- I i.iilh John , Wilcox Josenh I l'lvlrv John H JdithtT Eiiz.Ut'i ; Clark Isio: ' Rrowii l!-nrv l'i ij an i: k Vn.ecil i Rodger Ii'iU: L L'h'p'.c Jacob i WaiLvur'h Wsl'er liluiilil Datid ! Ht-ou Ji-hii Dixon fc?in:-n ' W.-tV.iruk Robert Bratiou 1' A : While Henry Beviid Ui'frv-' I WsdfWClth Wal.er j Barry Altred i Arington leid ' lu.i.e i Bairr Alfred Al'.Uon Win II j McCrtaty Junes I No. 2. Cii w.N Towxjbii' Hralton E A Jurrier J L Slnittock J P Brot uii E A No. 3. S-.'as Towa?if. Clink Andiew Lea George Ellis Kohert Forsyth David llingham Ralph Bray II T Bverly Elij'h 10 11 17 li Nne.laker fcamucl Mill'gan Georga I Lsruck Ltsper j j Woolla...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 December 1859

Id if EQUAL AND TX ACT JUSTICE TO ALL ML., OF WIIATEVEK STATE OH PEItSl'ASIO.V IIELIGIOI'U OH POMTiCA L That. J rfjcnon. VOL. 8. M'AltTIIUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, DECEMBER !). 1859. NO. 20.. ' -" jSf for A ifift P 3t k rat ! I:! n . - S . . V. . T' l p. MTrrtfluT f m n f r "I t vjj diUVUUlll r WIIUIUU. PUBLISHED EVERY THUBSD t ALEX. I'EAESCE. BY rriCK IN dhattcn p M w uriLMNG TWO imoi:m east ov THE (.of it liutr., I r Bl.Wl.S. TERMS or ri ni.li at;cn. On jo;- one year, n. si.Ivkucw, fi,"0 Jf I'ttii uflur.-tix liiciiLl..-. L'.riO Clubort.'nnoTr(inbH,T:i.i..ll,.0. M.n.) Th'i jr.'JUi'v ii'Ui-t iuv:.i'iib!y nccnui: ai l rlnfrom tlulm. fyi. ':i;pit 'vill ,'Pilinco:'.t!.,;'L(l mi!'! nr ttatni:? urc (jutd up, unltsii lit t'..e j iii n nfl.a Publinli'ir. Wlian tlie puj.or U not or li'rcil Icl.e.lii-cf.iilin-. J at tlio 01. d uf tho joi.r, ril. bu C..1...111.1 .1 TEKJisor ADVtiiTiMr.Ci. OneSqnnroClo linus) 3 Innertioim jjo'inais Kaub kddition.il insertion...- Jn inunra IB uoSTiis. f 3,00 S.PO...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 December 1859

The Union Meeting in New York City—Letter from Ex-President Van Buren. Van Buren. LINDENWALD, Dec. 19, 1859. Gestlkjjen: I rtceivod tbo in vita tion to atter i lite Union meeting, to nonem at uio Academy ot Music, in tho city of New York, with which yon have Wen pleased to liouor rau. Al though, since my retirement Iroin tho Presidency, I have declii.cd to uttend folitical meetings of any description, would not hesitate to umko yours an exception on uccount of its "freedom Jrotu imrt'mtin views, and na an evi dence of my appreciation of the high and 6acred oljecta it is designed iu promote, it it were in my power to he with you, which, I regret to any, it will not bo. Fully concurring in the views you have taken in respect to the existing crisis in our national af fairs, I can only express my earnest lope that this great State will meet it in a way which will remove all doubts from the minds of our friends of the slave-holding States, that tho great body of our people regard with un...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 December 1859

Special Notices. DB. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, AMD DR. IIOOFLAiVD'S BALSAMIC CORDIAL, Ths great standard medicines ths present age, Wax acquired thtir grtat popularity only through years of trial. Unbounded salitfae tion it rtndertd by them in alt caett; and the people have pronounced them worthy. itt Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Debility of the Nervous System, ' Diseases of the Kidneys, Mi all diteates arising from a disordered liver or weakness of the stomach and dyutiv cyan 1, are eptedily and permanently cured by the GERMAN BITTERS. The BaUamiO Cordial fiat acquired reputation surpassing that of any eimilar pre paration extant. It it ill ture, without bail, the mott tevere and long-standing Congo, Cold, or Hoarseness, Bronchitis, In flaenxa, Croup, Pneumonia, Incipient Coniumption, mnd hae performed the most astonishing cure ever knoitn of Confirmed Consumption.' A few dotee will alto at once check and ture the most mere Diarrhea proceeding from Cold in the Bowels. Theee med...

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. — 29 December 1859

SALES OF DELINQUENT LANDS AND TOWN LOTS. Tl fo'lowii ", ii a lit p: I fiiiKjiiH t li the 1 irt'urrr tiul eu-lty I' r (aid uar, ti.tl er iili ti t- taxes pf the current jear added Lsrils i,nd Ti tin Lo'ii within (he County of Vinton ilfnij I'oi.i t It r tie Taxes i f 1883, ilarjred with returned the 'exei , thereto: Preprlr ton. 'lu'.unir ' N i t, Fgi.x Lr ti ' i- r o Cx Ji;lil !rr.e I C vK liwv.l. Y. ,:i -x Ji i. '! i j i.lr J i'm v ii ,t!n i E ' z t I 'l Lr,M ;i 1 1 j r v Frr-atrii k S.tiivii I'.ij. jjitj In': L Oib!o Jucc b WaiUivanli Wlir Vai'iut!i Pavii Si t.it John Dixon Biirct n Jl. Kitrii k Hubert Youi'blu U'jc M llrulioii E A SVIi'.e ll-tir-lVv ' t-ii1!".;- , Wii! w i !i v t' et Hurry Al-Vnl Alii f : o : i 1'uv.d illl! E'lITT AUVc.l Ai'i.'i'ii Win II McLVary Jnucs No. 2. Fanwn Tuwifitjf Drailon K A Jur i r J L Miuitoclt J V l'r.it'ou E A ' No. 3. Kwaj Tuwmrif. ll.nk Audw I.e.' Gfoiff Kliis Hubert Forsyth D ivid l'inghntii lUlph Bray II T fljerly Elij U fcineilaksr Samuel ! i...

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 January 1860

, l : llA e ." J" V..' -v till -i i L UEUGIOrS OR iOLITlCAlJAT.rtio. ..',:' i'.w';.. . EQVAt AND XAtr JUSTICE TOALtntN; Or WlIATDVrU STATE OU PEUSUASIOX, :M?ARTHtJli; VINTON COUNTY. OHIO, JANUARY 12. I860. NO. 22. . . m m t ; II . H .1 , 1. IN 1 In President's Message. FilloU'Cilizei". of thr. Stnatt and House of Representatives : Our deep and heartfelt irratituo is doe that Almighty Power which has bestowed upon as such varied and nu merous blessings throughout tho past year. The general health of the coun try bas been excellent; our harvests bare been unusnaly plentiful, and prosperity smiles throughout tho land. Indeed, notwithstanding our demerits, we . have much rea son to believe from the. past events In our history, that wo hare enjoyed the special protection of Divine Providence ever since our origin as a cation. Wo have been exposed to many threatening and alanuiug difficulties in our progress; but on each succosaivo occasion tho : -i ... i i..., k.... . i has burst u pun o...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 12 January 1860

un. bended conflict lntwi'iii our citi-1 zciib lUidtfio lintish iiil kcta on Tupiwwiii t l.w the Onvcrnrwiiinst1,,r.lXii)i(t,r t.J -ihat the ;lir ul ih.-lcrmory.lmuM abstain ft.m nit a. t tui lh .lisi.le.'. grounds . uui.u ure r...mu,o, u, ,., he ...v cn.i 10 fif un it ti'ii be ch-ue wt ilml j j;ljrii'jr ih tvuivs-iuu t the .uihorit.es of : Great Uri'in. ul on .xch.Mve nght uu-r ; the ihe lule l.Iu to b. settle. b.,iCf th titer hy force, or exercise complete ml c r.,..w ..., sum..,, u r.Fl . . exclusive so ete'gn lights within the fail ly disputei. I'iuiu" In arknow bilging I he rctvipl on the next day ul Mr. Ma.t' n..e, the Briti-di Millili ter cxpiOfSi'd his en'ire loiicuricni-e '"in the prop.it-lv of. ooir-:' ro. oiiiiii.'iiili'il lo the Gov ernor oi Wiliiiiuu-ti Territory hv your Mr. 3Urry'n iu.-truciion-i lo that ollicer,' unci touting (hut he had ' hst ni' time in trans mitting a cj'V o! thai dm iinieni to the Gov vrnor General ot Uriti-!i Noith America.'' u.l hid "earnestly r...

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 January 1860

tliturnof tlie Government, fifty-tliree mil huii four hundred and fifty-one thousanil sev. tn hundred and forty-four dnl'ars nml eighty nine cents 3.13.451,744 SO, inukingau bg gri'ufc nfsixtv-one million two thousand eev.-u liundic.l untt thiitr-'.wu ilollurs and iiiuftty-ume 'nis (361.002.73J UU), leaving hii estimated Iwlante in the trraiurr o. tha Soth June,, 1800 of fourteen million three imil'lre;! and eighty-one thousand '. eight hundred and. right dollars and. forty cents ($U,3S 1,808 40).. :.. ,. , The ,ftimted receipt during the r.ext fiscal year ending 30ih June, l86l, are sixty six mi'lion two hundred and tvrentr-five thousand'dollarn 160,225,000. which' with tiie balance eatimated, as before stated, as remaining in the Treasury on the 30th June, 18G0, will make en aggregate for the service of the next ficil year of eighty million six hundred and fcix thousand eight hundred and eight dollars and fortv cents tSO,fH)6,S03 401. The estimated expendituiei durin? the next fis...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 12 January 1860

Legal Notice. Stephen C. Eakin.Adminiatrator dtltotit susioflhteaiataof Abra ham Darl, deceased, against Jimu Fuller sod other. Treble Court of Vinton Co., Slate of Ohio, Petition to sell Land. rpO Jame Fuller end Nancy Fuller, the wife of x mo James r uuer, joim r uur ni iisri l.. Faller, hie wil,(Abr.im Darst, Nancy E. Dsr.t, Uiraia J. Daret.Adaliiw A. Darst. Joseph lunt, minors,) of t Instate of lndiaua: JomhIi Marshal and alary J. Marshal,Jliiwife; Francis Andrews and Sarah Aon Andrews, Li wife, of the State of Wisconsin: ion ere nereny iiiI'Tiikj mat on the Utb day of December, A. 1). said Ad ministrator it buttil mm, filed Ms petitiou in the Probate Court of Vinton County, i'liio, in which yourselves and other art made defendant, 'f lie object end prayer of w Inch eaid petition i to ob uin aa order, ic, ou Monday, tlw mh duy ot January. A. D. 1SS0, for the assignment of the ' dower of Naucy Darst, widow of A brain Dsrst. deceaeed, now luuiriiianied with Janice Fuller. in end f...

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. — 19 January 1860

A A. A. A EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF WIIATEVEU STATE Olt PEKSUASIOX, ItELIGIOlS OK POLITICAL. Tho$. Jefferson. VOL. 8. M'AHTHUE; VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JANUAKY 19, I860. NO. 23. e litcrtjnir $cinocrat. PUBLISHED EVERY THUHSDAY BX ALEX. PEAKCE. mCE-lN BRATTON'8 NEW BUI LDIXO TWO OOK8 EAST OF TIIE COrKT UOUSE, C STAIUS. Vnecopyonaycar,inadvance, " ' '' H puid nt'ti-rnix mouth, '.,('. . Club of ton uuw vubfcriberHtol I. 0. 10,00 The money nuiist invariubly acconipuny the fdorsfrrmC'lnlm. LiyNpripcjr,w)l bedUcoRtinurdiintnallar r'AraKesure puid up, Hulem t the option of the PablieUer.' f; ' , ;'' Vvi,. , When the paper I not ordered tobeaUaontbit lt) tU end of the year, Hjllba oontiuuaj TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ',-,- Ou Square (l'O lines) 8 inse'rtloty--.-3 KcU additional ineertloa.... '.. ...I 20 4,: I , ,.6 MOUTH. Mouth. UxoMTia. Onqaara , .- 18,04 . , . 5,00 j . IM0 Tift tqnarea K B,00 l! 8,00, ,12,00 Three do. ' 7 ,00 !, ' '10,00 - Ul8,0 Voolumn; ' 10,00. ,-! H,00 80,00 Woolo...

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. — 19 January 1860

Mr. Dennison's Statesmanship. Tbo chief executive officer of Ohio is presumed to have been called to bis high' position on Account of bis Bupc Tior talcArU, bis wisdom and bis patri otism; ' and in his'high station it is naturally expected'! hat bo will rrot on ity' liAve the salifications but main turn the character ami dignity of a tetatesman. -A.-careful examination of Wie lengthy IimiguraI Addross of our present execntive will convinco any intelligent man, not blinded by bis prejudices or rendered incapable of an impartial judgment by his party feel 'rings, that statesmanship is a qnalifi--cation that Mr. Dennison has not got; .and. it is-iwt likely 'that' lie ever will jucquiro any prominence therein. "'The capacity to sec things in tboir true character, and the determination :o state them as they nre, and not os bo woul) have lhem,:is not among the , gifts of onr Executive, and all the er- pcrienco of his life will not bo likely ' to correct this defect in his character, 'nisl...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 19 January 1860

' Rencounter between Legislators. A dispatch from Jefferson City, Uiaaonri, of tint 12th inst., says: 'A personal renconnter took placo on the floor of the llouso, between Messrs. Minor, of Schuyler County, who'eccupied the Speaker's cliuir this aftcrrooii, and Davis, of liuclianan County, during which several liard blows were exchanged. The combat ants then clinched nad foil, upsetting desks and breaking chairs. They were then separated. Further diffi culty is anticipated between (be mem bers. Tho afl'uir grow out of some ruling of Mr. Minor during the pro ceedings of tho afternoon. Special Notices. DR. HOOIXAMD'S GERMAN BITTERS, AND DR. nOOFL.tXD'S BALSAMIC CORDIAL,, fht great jtandard hedyofht fr'nt. ' PBS kiatfuirid tteir greoi.fopuUjity only ' . through yiatl of JriaJ.V Unbounded latufae 'Jim it rmdertd by them. in allcaiei; and' tht ; ptoplt kavlpronounced thtm worthy.' '. Zwr GomljMnt, Dyspepsia, Jaundice; Debility of the NerTOus System, 1. . - Diseases of the Kidneys, ' (fuf...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 19 January 1860

Agricultural. Agricultural. Two Heaps of Manure. Tlio lesson menlcnfwl by tho fol Uowiinr purntftpli, -from tho pon oi 31cm. F. Ilolltroiik, in tlio -New Eng land -Farmer, io one of jreat valuo to 'the thinking farmer, ilow'fme isllie remark of Mr. Coke, Into Earl of Leicester '"Thu 'vhIho of farm-v-rd niflnnro is in iirnpottion tc what it is niftdo of. If cattle-cut straw alone, the Jung is 6trnw nlono; the cuttle are straw, the farm is atraw, unl the tann er is straw th7 avo all straw togeth er. "Not longafjol had four cotra conio qq to tho stablo in tho fall, which I thought might yield a good supply of nulk through the wvnter, it well led. I also had lour other nuimals, cows and heifers, which wcro not expected to give muck milk till the following gru68 season. The tiirst four were .tiod in the stable side by side, and re ceived each, in addition to liaj and stalks, four quarts of small .potatoes each morning, and two quarts of corn and oat-meal each evening, through "the wiuter...

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. — 26 January 1860

r , 'i i ' : ' ' IK Kir' 1 It EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF WHATEVER STATE OK PEUSUASIOX. RELIGIOUS OH POLITICAL. Jhot. Jefferson VOL. 8. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JANUARY 20. I860. no., 24.;:;;;; 1 h H M H III III III 11 in lJL U 8$ IMttK democrat. r - rUBLISHED EVERT TH0B8D. T BY ALEX. PEAIICE. OFFICE IN BKATTON'8 hEW BU1LDIKO TWO DOOKS EAST OF THE COCKT nOCSE, UP STAIKS teumToTpudlicatiox. One copy nne y jar, in advance, 1.80 If paid after aix montta. 00 Clubaofton new aubucribera tol P. 0. 10,00 The money must invariably accompany tbe order from (Jluba. IST-No paper will be dtarontlnued Tin til all arrear agea are paid up, unleaa at the option of the Publisher. when the paper la not ordered to be di.con "lUcon , EBTISIJIG. ' tinued at the end oi me year, TERMS OF AIV Ono Square (10 lines) 8 Insertion 1,00 E ach addi tional Insor tion 23 8 MONTH 8. 6 KONTni. 13 U0MTRI. Ono aq nare 3,00 3,00 3,00 Two square 6.00 8,00 12 00 Thrto do. 7,00 10,00 IS 00 Ji" column 10,00 ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 26 January 1860

[From the Detroit Free Press, 18th inst.] [From the Detroit Free Press, 18th inst.] School Disturbances at Sandwich —The Beauties of Practical Abolitionism. The nogro distmbuurca which were nludcd -to in cur ifue of yesterday were nil overrated id importance as. is continued by puts, quent advices, uiiilo the extent of tin- nitnf ion, was much greater than was nt the time sur mised. In regard to tlio fiendish transaction enacwl nt Ander.lon, half of the tmth was not toKl. Officers are Mill in pursuit of the rescued crimi nals, and great indignation prevails throughout tho w holo vicinity, so that, if they arc ought xnd delivered iuto 1 ho hands of tho populace, they will lo severely dealt villi. At Chatham, forty miles fnm this city, a crow d composed of several hun dred negroes took possession of the public school house- early on Monday morning, and, when the white teacher and scholars arrived, refused to allow them to enter or in any maimer obtain t)OSsession of it. As there seeme...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 26 January 1860

TnECisfi of Caestano tb. Shaw. The fanioii? C330 of CHrstang vi. filiftvr, lor tlamnpeu for alleged breach cf promise to marry, came tip before the Court of Common Pleas at St. Louis on Thursday. The plaintifTa counael asked a continuance, and the case was accordingly continued till the first Monday in March. The new trial was granted, it will bo remem bered, at the request of the defendant, and was opposed by the plaintiff. Now, the defendant is prepared for a final decision by a jury, vbilo the plaintiff pray a for a postponement. DCT The Democracy of tho various States arc rapidly holding their Con ventions to appoint Delegates to Charleston. All that have assem bled in December and thus far in Jan uary have expressed a Presidential preference. Thus Mississippi cocb lor Davis, Georgia for Cobb, Ken tucky for Guthrie, and Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Minnesota foi Douglas. In a brief timo we will bo ablo to post the books and boo how the vote will likely stand on tho first ballot. ...

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