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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 26 January 1860

[From the Richmond (Va.) Dispatch.] Inconsistency of Helper—"Reality vs. Fiction." A pendt uinn of this city lms plnccd in onr linmla a copy of "This Lnml ot'1 , ' ;Tll J1'!?" F,',0"(!,M,R: cvpuve mifi ivy inntun k. iic i; r. Tliis wirk wits jtiibliiliud in 1S53. iwul llu nuibor rrtaented n cony ot it to cwr Iriend, who, as wii! as lK) r. . ii fi-i-.t -v .ifi V.. " .Vr vu.l :,"u -' J , 01 mm voiume, uciper say a mere aru comiiaiatively few negroes in Califor nia. most of those who are found there having emigrated from t!io Northern and Eastern States in tho capacity of cooks and stewunls of vessels. "They are in the snnio situation." he adds, as their brethren in New York nnd AlafsuchuHetts, slaves to no single individuals, but to tho entire commu nity. Like freo cegroes everywhere else, they inhabit the worst parts of the towns in Ualiiormu, and live com monly in churacteiistic liltli and dej radation." lie then proceeds to say that there tiro a few blttcks in California from the S...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 16 February 1860

' ' J ' 0 'I,; ... '( i. r- ....... EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL HI EI, OF WHATEVER STATE OK PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OK POLITICAL. Thes. Jefferto. .4 v ;. .- J VOL.; 8. M'AltTHUlt, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, FEBRUARY 16. I860. N0;7.- ft--' i I IK r ... . r ' IMtljutt democrat, PHBilSHED EVERY TH0BBDT BY. . ', ALEX. PEARCE. OFFICK-1N BBATTON'8 KEW BUILDING TWO DOORS EAST OF THE COURT l HOUSE, UP 8TA1E8. ; ; XETo?foFp"iill LI C ATIOJf ', Cue oopv one yjur.ln advance, 9 1 .50 If Mid after six monthi. 4 00 1 Club of ten new uhrilera to I P. 0. 10,00 The money mui in variably accompany the nr.lnrk from Club. ' t5Ko paper will bo dlarontinued nntil all ' arrearage are paid up, unlcaa at tbe option of the l'uhliaher, . i ft"v. " 'Whorl tlia'paTieTTfftut t-Jitnl pbo diaen ' tinned at the end of thyar,it will bacontinuad. : , ,TEIIWS OF ADVERTISING. , t)ne6qaTD(10lincs) 8lneniom fl.00 Xach additional insertion -25 S'uONTna. 8 voNTna. 12 MOHtna. Onoaquara . . 1,00 . 5,00 3,0 Two anuarca 6.00 8.00 1...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 16 February 1860

[From the Louisville Democrat, Wednesday.] Terrible Affair at Hawesville. Kentucky. A Store Blown Up with on Infernal Marchinel— Sequence to the Lowe Affair — Fire Persons Wounded—Several Mortally! The town of IJnwcsviilo, Ky., was, A Monday last, rhccne of Another terrible affair. Dr. II. A. Davison, who, it will bo remembered, was one 'fir the persons who'entered the jail nud shot Tlionuu S. about a year nijd," g'tempud to destroy bis own iife, together with the lives of several other persons. It is 6uppocd that his lject wus to take the lite of Mr. Tom , Bterrctt, against whom ho has enter . -tained 0 deadly animosity since the death of Lowe. Tins arose from the , fact that Mr. 3. hnd exi-recsed himself 1 rather freely against thune persona w ho 4ook the life of Mr. Lowe, and de uonnced the cowardly manner in which that diabolical act was consum mated. On Monday hist Dr. Davison en tered tho 6toro of Mr. Duncan, in ; nhich Mr. Sterritt, with thtce or four . ttber persons, waa sea...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 16 February 1860

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. The Court of Common Pleas Met on Monday, the 13th inst., at at i t i t i .. .-J t!n.p!ac9-Judge Johu6on?te8,d.nS. ivonsiueraoio uu-.uvaa uu me voun docket, much Of which has been dis- posocl of. "No very important cases a 1 . .a t 1 . . Have ueOrr rescued 89 vel C'XCCDt tilt -onenndercdnsiderationatthetimdofiTr., fjoing to press the caso ol limothy Radcliff rs. Miles RitJcliffand Benja tnin Walker, respecting tbe bounda rieBofreal estate, (full particulars of which will be given next week). A great many witnesses were subpeanaed before the Grand Jury, and we learn that five indictments were found minor offences. The jail was report ed as bein; in a horrible condition. Will not some steps be taken to make this institution mure secure t Sevcrl cases of importance hare been set down for trial. ' ' Gdfcsi'i Ladt's Book --This, valu able Magazine for March is before us. The fashion plates and Steel engra vings are . excellent, and the original stories, poetry, receipts,...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 16 February 1860

Agricultural. Dwarf Pear Trees. The'negloct which orcliarJu receive after planting, in porta of thu coun try, is of varions kinds; iu. tact, in :,"niftny cases neglect is coiuci'lent with every act of tbo planter. Trees nro purchased, very generally, without the Jcast preparation having been previ ously mada fur their reception even the site they aro to occupy haa never been considered, consequently, they tinj planted whero it is rnoet convo uient for tho time, which, frequently, is quito nnadapted to tho purpose. A suitablo soil having becu selected for the orchard and experienco has proved that a good liruootone or wheat soil is the moat preferable, although the dwarf pear treo will adapt itself to u wide range the next consideration, nnd of tho first importance, is the draicago. Ilow many who read theso lines, have planted orchards, can say they havo not neglected them iu this particular? Ilow few orchards there are that vould not be improved by thorough drainage! It must bo insi...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 23 February 1860

AM. v 1 1W o ioi. f I I ... if ,- 5 1 EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF WHATEVER STATE Oil PEUSVASIOX. KELIGIOU OK POLITICAL.-Tho,. Jeffnw. o id VOL. 8. t no :-W U. TOR ', h 31 Nil (If nt PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BY ALEX. PEAKCE. F F I 0 E I iTb K AT TOIIe V BUILD ING TWO DOOR8 EAST OF THE COUUT HOUSE, UP STAIItS. THKMs'oiVnLICAT ION. One copy or.ey,)ar,in advance, $1 .50 If u.i'.l ui'U'r d'lA month. 0M.- nft'ii ii.:'f Mih.crihor tol P. O. 10 00 o em , Tiie.minicv mus; mvuriubly iccompanr the .rdcr-tr.n. rir.o. ' 1 .V. 'pm-tr v.ill ho-discontinued until all rreari.:ei'"-i'idnp,nnictthoi.ptii,noftbe VoMinher. . .. . . ..... Whn the pperH noforderci' robe difcon- itnued-nt the end efiiteyear.U nllhbo continued, TE1UIO OF ADVi:i(TlSlG. 0 ne Square (10 lines) 8 Insertions . $1 on laoh additional insertion 23 t MONTHS. 8 MONTHS. 12 1ICXTIIS. One squire 3.00 s,oo s,co Two squares ( 00 8.00 12 00 Three do.- , 7,00 10,00 13.00 oolumn 10,f0 1K.00 to 00 column 15,00" 20,00 80,00 All rnlo...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 23 February 1860

The Ohio State House. ine scrapger wuo visited the Uapi- tol of Ohio twenty ypnrs itgo, and now repeats his visit, cannot hut be struck with the snbliinity end erandeur the New Stato House that ha tnken a vi tug oium t.uuhoiiiui ui fices that then occupied the public grounds. The rapidity of the growth ui viiiu, unu ncr jhihiuuii among hef sister States, demanded, that, for bcr convenience, safety and solt-res-pect, 6he should dispenso with the lit tle old brick State Honse, on tho cor ner of High and State streets, and the row of little brick offices along High street,and croct a Uonso that i ould be, at ODce,comtuodious,convenient, dura ble and beautiful. How well the en terprise has succeeded is to well dem onstrated practically, to require a pasaiug notice. For a number of years, tho project of erecting a new State Ilouse was discue6oJ by tho General Assembly, a each annual meeting of the Bame. Finally, in March 18SS, tho General Assembly of Ohio passed tho bill authorising tho ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 23 February 1860

News Items. Great Reverse of Fortune. A low years ago ono ol tbe inoet active nd enccesilul biisiness men in tlio city of ilnd8on, N. Y., was Leonard i Wells. Every thins he touched turn ed into money, lie once made $10,- 000 in an hour, by a purchuft and Bale of ft piece of real estate. Fifteen years ago Mr. W. was worth 870,000. (Shortly after this luck t-'rnud against lira, lie lost $34,000 by buying stock in tho Hudson and Berkshire Railroad. This was followed by oth er losses, caused by endorsements. In less than eighteen months Mr. V. passed from affluence to extreme pov ertyfrom being worth $70,000 to being worth not one cent Mr. V. io cow a resideut of Albany, and earns a living for himself and family by ped dliug candies, apples and doughnuts. Legrand Byington. formerly of Pike County, Ohio, and for a number of years past a citizen of Iowa, lately Lad one hundred and nine separate notices, comprising nino columns in tho Iowa Reporter, issued to different parties, that ho is...

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. — 23 February 1860

[CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE.] If the Republican part of Ohio is not tbo party, wlvich Mr. Clay dc9crib- ed A3 one springing from the agitation tho fugitive slavo law, a? a B4emptible abolition party, ns tho party against tho Uniou, then hi lan- 4fMgo meant nothing. Kir, tho fact that thousand cf tho! ancient and tried followers' of Clay in this State, have forgotten tho lesson! wLich he tnus-ht tliem. and nrc naw found in tho "cuntemptibie abolition" ttuU of the Republican party warring against "tho Constitution, tho Union . and tho enforcement ot it laws " 13 enough to caoso :n sepuicii ilchrc to open Its ponderous and mat bio; jaws, aud ht dead corpse to revisit tho glimpse of the moon, and with gnurit strides traverse the land, and" warn tho peo plo that there is something' rotteu in tha State of Denmark'.' J appeal to tho friends of tho great departed statesman upon this floor, to Iced his .words, to retrace their steps, and join with us in resistance to that class of legislation...

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. — 1 March 1860

EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL .HEX, OF WIIATSYES STATE OR I'EUSUASIOIV, KELJGJOUS OK POUTICALTAoi. Jiffertm. ,1 VOL. 8. M'AliTHUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MARCH .1, 18C0. NO. 29. . ' . . - i' 'w- - mt -';'.'' i I Vk ' '. ' - ' . -i'i a ..... , .Ejjc iHcrtjnir Jlcmocrat. PUBLISHED EVERY THUBSDjiV B? ALEX. PEAKCE. ) ?v c ETjTiurA rr 6 n i 'SiwiTuTL ding TWO HOOKS KAST OF TUF. COl'UT HOUSE. UP RT.URS. TKUNSOF iHii MOTION. .Ono copy one yjiir. In ii.lvuuco, fsl .fio If mid nftor six months. 2 OO VIUU5UI IUII NOW Illll.-V.11IH'IW 11 I 1 . w. iv.nu Tho money muni invariably accompany the 1. .1 .'....j ....... ..i ... i iv r hi ordors from Clubs, 4fNo paper will bo ilisoniitlnued until nil . nrroariiResuropuid up, itn!ceut tho cptiuu of the l'liMihlior. , - When tho paper In not ordered to ho diicnn Teumh of advihtisinu One Squaro (10 lmc) 3 Insertion! 1 Each ujditioiuil intcrfun 8 MONTH. 6 MONTH. 12 MONTHS. 'Two umpires V.no 8oo i-j'.uo Threo do. T.no 1o.no ls.im fitZ Z All ruio in! flu'iir...

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. — 1 March 1860

The New York Tribune Surrenders. deia. In tlio Xeia York Tribune the 20th instant, tlii.ro is a leader on "Thi Prtsidtncy" which we regard 08 n complete surrender of the contest on tho part of tlie Rormbliean party and a confession of its inability to elect a President in 1 SCO, from anions the recognized leaders of the party. In tho articlo the editor sets out wiih complaints at iho "dij'lorahle tais tali' of tho Executive Republican Committee, in fixing the meeting of tho Convention so late as the middle vf June, tli da giving tho Democrats almost two month start of them. Until the meeting of thch convention Greeley says "we (tbo Republicans) will be wrangling with each other tibout our proscetivo candidates, tnther than rallying and organizing o-.ir forces (or t-ffectivo icrvico against the common adversary. Delegation will be packed to feciire- the- noiuimi tion of this or that aspirant, and many will go to Chicago imt to hear, to con sider and decide by what instru mentalities ...

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. — 1 March 1860

A Rich Scene in Cosobkss. 'Ion," a WuBliinuton corri-Bpoiivlent of the Duluqno Times, ivi;8 tlio fol lowing account of a rieli eceno in the House, (luring the last ballot for Bpeaker, which wo lmv6 not seen pub lished before: "During tho prepress ol thol-nllot many ludicous 6cenes trtinfpired. One, in particular, I will mention, which excited a great deal of iniith. As Bttiksdule was urging all the Op position elements to unite on McCltr Dund, a lady in one of the hunt Feats in tho gallery Has observed to become very much excite J. Khe coughed, made signs, and by otlur means ut tempted to attract tho aitontion of a member liuluw. Nut succeeding, sin leaned far over the balcony, and in mm audible whisr cxebiiiued, "David! David! I ehango your vote, you boo .La!" Tim honorable uicmber looked up, ri cognized bis better hall', colored, hesitated, stammered, and then in btatilly elmnged bis seat. A small, delicate tint was shaken at 'him Irom the gallery, amid the suppribsul mirtli of Il...

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. — 1 March 1860

Agricultural. Stalls for Cattle. I havo h stable, 9 by 35 feet, with a door at chcIi end. How are 6tunclii oua put it is lIii'M any better ar rangement, ami bow many cattle will such a stable aecuiinodatc? A FlKMKK. Tlie plan of lastciiiii;? cattle by stan chions is vcty siinjili', and pcrlmps as cowl as any. The readiest way to put ip mich an nrranetneiit is to take pawed stiitl', the Eaino used for joists. 6- or 8 inches wide, and two inches thick. Two pieces set up edgewise, far enough apart to receive this stan chions between them, make tho bot tom sill and save mortising, they will need to be fastened to the floor by Unco or lour pins; similar pieces are also needed at tho top of the stanehi-jthu ons. Tho stanchions may bo made ol 6tulf, either oak or white-ash, 4 inches wide, and 11 inches thick; fast stanchions are put three feet apart and pinned fast at bottom top. Tho moveable ones are made a! thinner and secured at the lot-.other by a pin, width does not quite fill tho aug...

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. — 8 March 1860

III V . .. ' i.' v'f , V.I ."i.'w" 4,i.i.fl4 V. V S hi .! EQUAL AND EX WT JUSTICE TO ALL HEX, OF WIIATEVEU STATE Oil PEIiSUASIOX, RELIGIOUS OU POLITICAL. Thct. Jefferson. VOL. 8. M'AllTHUlt, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MARCH 8, 18.00. NO. 30.- f 4 - ijWjjir r in. &t Rttrtnr flcinotrat. r FU3LISHED EVERY THUFSD 7 BY ; ' . I LEX. PEAItCE. 0 FFIC KVnBRAT T oFsNE W BUILDING HWO DOORS FAST OF THE COURT . ; HOUSE, UP STAIRS. TERMS OF PlIUI.irATlON. Onacopv I'neyjar.in advance, 41 .BO CiuiwoftoD now MiWribei-R tot P.O. 10.00 11 p:uJ alter six mnnir.s. 2 00 , oXrV omaX. -''i-v t3-No paror wiiUio diRcontimipJ nntii ail rriwr airfare paid up, nnlfina at. thu optlm of die Publisher. Whun tho paper la not ordered fn ho discon tinued ut tho end cftheycar.lt will bocnlinned. TERMS OF APVFRTISIXG. One Sqnara (10 linen) fMnaortion. 41. M Each additional Insertion - 23 8 months, t WONT11K. 12 VOSTnd, Oris iqnara Two aquares Thro do. $3.00 J .1(10 t."0 too 7.00 8 0rt 10.00 IS 00 l on 10.00 tooo Ot Art c...

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. — 8 March 1860

From the Cincinnati Commercial, March 2. Shocking Casuality at Cincinnati. Shocking Casuality at Cincinnati. Fall of the North Wall of a Church—The Laborers buried in the Ruins—Thirteen Crushed in the Ruins—Touching Incidents. tttntt. v A fearful accident occurred yeBtcr day morning, by which thirteen be ing were sacrificed, either through carelessness " or incompetence, and which, if either, or both, we hope will bo thoroughly brought o light before the investigation ol'tbo Coroner now ponding. The particulars of this direful cat astrophe aa we have by diligent in vestigation ascertained them, ure as follows: As most of our renders are aware, the old St. Xavier's Churcl i . i ess Deen. condemned, to make room r !' t . iora moro stately ouuamg, ani it lias been-for several days past undergoing a process 01 dtmolition. ietcrday morning, at about half past eight o'clock, while fourteen of the laborers wero engaged in undermining the north wall a process which was deem ed the most expe...

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. — 8 March 1860

t Stcrljmr gtmocrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Cassell'b 1llu9tkatb4tkd Family Bible. Tho American edition ofthio magniflccnt VfOrk is to be iraned in forty-eigl-t monthly numbers of thirty two quarto pages each, at thu low rato of fifteen cents per number by Cassell, Fetter & Gttlpin, No. 37 Park Rcw, N. Y. For tho beauty and simplicity of its Sacred Histori cal Illustrations, and cheapness, it ha no superior. Wo have a specimen copy upon our table, on every pag of which there is a beautiful engraving of great artistic excellence, containing in all thirty-three engravings. Seven numbers of this work can be obtained for $1,00, fifteen for 82,00, andtwen ty-four for $3,00, to bo paid, in all caBes in advance. Board of Commissioners Las been in session this week. There lias been but very little business bo fore tho Buard, and, as a matter courso, but little transacted. They Lave, we learn, authorizud tho Sheriff to ropair the County Jail, which is at the present time in a miserable and un...

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. — 8 March 1860

Agricultural. Agricultural. How Deep Should we Plow? This depends, nVt, uj'on the rich ness of 1 he soil; second upon the depth to which it has k'D previously plow ed; third, iion tho character and quality of the subsoil; and fourth, up on ihe cro which is to bo planted. If the foil be si.fSciei'tly tieh, it in best that at leant an ncli of the uii ttneath bhonlti be np'tunied t" the at moBplu re, at each successive plowing, and exposed to the action ol the th -tnents. If the land has been what is called "run'' pretty hard, and the farmer has no manure with which ti restore the exhausted constituents of the soil, it can hardly bo said to 'je best to plow deeper than tho previous cnlturistsof the Fame fields have done But, as soon as suitable stimulants to Vegetation can be applied, we would adise tho gradual deepening of the culture, until from nine to twelve inches becomes the habitual thickness of tho ov- r nrned furrow. If the subsoil he gravelly and light, thero is not as gn at ...

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. — 15 March 1860

i I. j 4 .; 1 7 j ' i. i -.-.J j a r I 1; .7 EQUAL AND EX ACT JUSTICE TO ALL NEN. OF W II ATE V Ell STATE Oil PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL. That. Jtfferson. T(?L. 8. M'AKTHim, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MARCH 15, 18!,0. NO. 31 MM JMit' t HtVrt(jur flcmocrat. ruBuasco vert thdbsd t bt. ALEX. EARCE. FFICE-IN BRATTO.N' NEW BUILDING TWO DOORS EAST OF THE COURT HOUSE, UP h'T - TTlM8XOFi,'irSLI CATION. One copy one y jar. in advance, 1,60 If paid after nix months. 00 Clubsof ten new subscribers tol P.O. 10,00 The money must invariably oco.TPttny ! Ordnrs from Clubs. 3"No paper will be discontinued t ntil arrearages are paid up, unless at the option o.'tbe 1'uhlUher. Whon tlia paper la not ordered to he disco, fl : tlnued at the end of the year.it will be continue'. TEIIM8 OF ADVERTISING. no Square (10 hnea) S Insertion $1,00 Each additional Innertion 35 8 MONTH, f IIONTna. 12'VotrTHS. One iqtmre ' 3.00 --5.00 s,00 'Two quare 500 8,00 12.00 "Three do. 7,00 10,O 15.00 column 10,00 15.00 20....

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. — 15 March 1860

Political Clergymen. It trill be observed that a considerable proportion of tho speakers at the recent meeting ol tho friends of Italy iu New York were clergymen. This i by no means a solitary example. Every one who keeps his eyes upon what is going on around him must no ticejbe increasing disposition older "gjmen to take pait in secular move ments and secular agitations. Thore are certain ministers of the gospel in tho city of New lork, fur instance wo need not mention their names,- odo or ruoro of whom are certain to be found at every public meeting for sec u'ar objects which affords nn opportu . liity to talk on uny one of the fruit fa subjects comprehended under the words liberty, humanity, progress, and the rights ot man. We know with what ardor a considerable pro portion of tho clergymen in the free States flung themselves in the last Presidential contest on tho side of Col. Fremont, how many of them actually took the stump in his hehalf, and others converted their pulpits in ...

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. — 15 March 1860

Ijj t Hfrtt jmr gtnwrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Broke Jail A young man named Charles Lord, confined In the County Jail on charge of burglary, made hie escape last night. Ho was confined in one of the cells up stairs, and by the help of an urger, furnished by an outsider for the purpose, mccceded in makiughis way to tho lower Btory of the building. This being accomplish. cd, it was only necessary to kick thu jailor's old hat out of a hole sufficient ly largo to permit egiess, and "va mose." Pbefakb fob SruiNO. Our old frieud, J.S. M'Dowoll, is in the Hold once more to compete with his breth ren of the craft for the Juvors of his many friends. It will bo seen, by reference to his advertisement, that lie is prepared to furnish all with as good, if uot a better, quality of Boots and Shoes than can be had clsewheie. We bespeak for him a large share of the public patronage. DC7 Dr. E. Cone may bo consulted free ofchargo at the Western Hotel, in McArthur, from Saturday after lioon until Monday ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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