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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 15 March 1860

Agricultural. CSV. 3ps Agricultural. Some Hints on Spring Work. March, tho "eurliist month ot all theyear,"hascotu3 again, and, iIh.iij.Ii in niaur localities icy wiiitrrfctill (n- tinues to reign, the tocsin of prepara tion Bounded on eveiy side by nature begins to be heard. Now is the time for the farmer to exercise all his vigilance and .'wv. thought, and to scb that every mo j luent oftinio is tinned to account I See that a sufficient stock of fuel in at thehoase fursummer wants, and that the rails are drawn and laid where they are likely be handy tor repairing fences. Tut the leiices and gates iuto repair, as soon as tlm ground is thawed enough to fix the takes. Uavo yon a stock of roots ou hand II Erery good farmer ouijht to hao. Now is thu ti mo to feed them out to the animals on tho farm, csiully milch cows and breeding ewes, to ena bio them to give a lull supply of milk for their young. See that thu yeaning ewes are sep arated from tho rust of thu flock, given a little extr...

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 March 1860

............. . it M mt- A " i I snl- ir Mr. , IDA AMri & t .1 EtyUAL AND EXALT JUSTICE TO ALL OF WHATEVER STATE OK I'EKSUASIO. ULLIGIOL'S Oil POLITICAL. Tkos. Jtfftrson. VOL. 8. M'AKTIIUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MAltCII 22, I860. NO. 00 06. h y n n n in lji .. r im j h. n h .. . L y a in ib ih VI I U I IU 111 IK I k lJ i I U-J ; I U Irl rl III III II Pi 3 ti 1 f Mi MS M 111 III 114 IN If IF Je lilrjrtjjiir JJcinotrat rffBI,ISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ALEX. PEAUCE. a rvrrB ' i v noiTTnva KVW ItriITlTK I r ii i una w . ...... - .-v. TWO DOOKS EAST OF THE COUKT 1I0VSE, IT STAIRS. TKUM8 'oFI'lflTlJCATIOX. One copy one yjar, in advance, fl,fii)i If paid aftor nix months. S 00 Vliihjiif ton new subscribers to 1 IYO. 10,00 Tli in.'v mils', in vuriubly accompuny ttio ord'r- from Club. . ("No paper will be discontinued until fill, arroaragea aro paid up, uules at tbo option of tbo 1'ublUhor. ' Whim the paper is not ordered to bo discon- tiaued Kt the en j ofthe yenr.lt will bo continued. TERN...

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. — 22 March 1860

From the Keen (N. H.) Republican. The Book of Chronicles CHAPTER III. 1. And there dwelt in t lie North, a multiltiJo of these men called Repub icanitiB, and they dceccjuled from u l.onso of Toryism ofolu.a factijus and rebellious people. 2. And tlicy pretended groat love for the negro, far exceeding the love for their own brethren. 3. And thero were many of their Hack brethren of the South, in bond "bC, and it grieved the in to the heait 4. And they cried tiloud, and ubn ed their brethren of tho South, because they refused to net their negroes fiee. t. And they sought to get up a qnarrel with tho men of tho South about the negroes, und they fain wu'd withdraw themselves, und dividu the country, because they could not rule in the w hole land. 6. And behold they were dema gogues and disorganizes, und buy uodies in mischief. 7. Now there was h Republic-unite named Horace, und his sir name was Greeley, and he said '"Rather than tolerate national slavery as it now ex istt let the Union ...

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 March 1860

' gje gttdMljnr gtmccrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. OCT Godey' Lady's Book lor A pril il t hand. This n nailer is certainly an improvement on the preceding number. It presuuts as a frontis piece a beautfnl etacl jnravin enti- tied, "Spring," which or cells anything of the kind wo have yet seen. It uUt contains a largo number ol Ftisliinti Plates, Embroidery I'm terns, &c, to. gcther with reading ami poetry. Ev cry person desiring a good M.igiiziue should subscribo for tlie Lady's li wtk. Terms $3.00 pir minimi. A'Mivau L. A. Gudcy, Philadelphia. l'. I'etkrson's Magazine This ex cellent Mugiulno fur April is duly received, and contains the tisiul at tractions, in the way of EnravinH, Colored Fashion 1'laU-s, &o We consider I'etcrson's thu clu-apest an I ono ol the bust Magazines now pub lished. Terms $3,00 per annum. A New Work. We have received ft new work, a vojumo of nouvelleties, roin the pen ol the popular authoress, Airs. Emma D. E. Southwoith, which is said to be ono of her bc...

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 March 1860

Agricultural. lt'S.VJ'.S. 4 i st-j . About Raising Potatoes. a new way io tutoca lit.ro on the l'mrie, which is nearly independent of soil. They get! tho ground ready, ciws it oil", drop tho potatoes anil then cover from two to six inches deep with straw. If two three iuches of straw, then put a few inches of soil. If six i.iches then no soil; and when the potatoes aro dug thev aio jiift as clean as tho'' they had been washed, and those that have tried it, say they do very well and crow to an enormous sizo. but I tlo not believe it woulo work well i all Si-a.ions. It might of a wet season. I will give you a little of my expe rience in potato planting. Last spring a tViond of mine at whoso house I wus etoiiping f.-r the time, wus planting hi potatoes, and was covering them lii'i iv, say two or three inches deep, a., t I ivn.itt Led to him that he should cover them deeper. He Said no, he was an old man, and that was the way lie raised potatoes, and no onu could tell him anything about...

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. — 29 March 1860

':s: ' ". ." . Il ..... T ..IT - 41 -i t a 1 I f M i ' i 'J EM 111 ' 1 IVI I 4 1 it m 1 I n "4 I 111 ' H i I II . il ill" 7 Hit tA. hcij lb I '4 I . , '1 J I 1 E!l'A-iAf'...t'T 'If7?.1? TO ALL !iEW.''OI' WpiATEyEIl'sTATE jtt PEHSUASION, UFLIGIOUS Oil POMTICAL.-Vpo. Jefftrum., A 1 t ' 'I'. ."V t' 1 iV0L;;8. : M'ARTHUE, JINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MARCH 29. I860. : ' I i 5 j Nam;! HSyVNIT iTH .... .. ' III! Itl III "l ' I II ' CJ M y. A i j i i if i I IP I .. 4V-J r i vii a. . ai'.w ici A .. . Jw .a..-.i.T;- h in ;j . i; ax-..-. ,h n n . lj . - fi .1 n a II rwfll i Stcrtitr '. flcmocrat. PUBLISHED EVERY XHOBSD..y BY ALEX. PEAlfCE. . OFFICE IN BKATTON'S SEW BUILDING : TWO DOORS EAST OF TUE COUKT , . r. .HOUSE, UP, STAJRS.- , TEtuiToFPlIDLICATION. On oopy onsTjar.in advanoo, u,, -$1,110 4. ..... iw.n. . Th money niiiai invariably acpompany the rdor 1'rom Clubs. , - , . ' tSTNo paper will b dlnocnUnned' tiritil all rroaraeoaare paid np, mi loss a( thu optlnn ufthe rumisnor., Whenka. paper ta no...

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. — 29 March 1860

[From the Ohio Statesman.] The State Debt. To the Editor of the Statesman: The Republican Senate having, as j am aavisea, iMusea a Mil to repes the law ei rne jaet session or the lien eral Assembly "To provide for ih renewal and inal payment of the . II' J ti .jii . n. . ! . . yuouc atoi oj ins date, according t the requirement of the Constitution we are anxious to know what motive Impelled them or what object the men. Dors naa in view, me law as it existed wns imperative and specific, 'It was drawn tip simply, tot strictly in accordance with the letter and twL it 'of the Constitution. There coiiWlV ibe no'escape from the anuria! payment ; of the snrti stipulated, as that amount wonid become duo and absolutely . payable each year. Tie idea put iortn i or tne iHte uovemor that the people propably would wish to nar . off their debt at an earlier day, was fallacious It wss not called lor, nor was it worthy of his nidginent. The -increasing yearly amount would be as tiiQch as any states...

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. — 29 March 1860

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. ' lave jmt receired their Spring sop j)l"M Dry Goods, Groceriet, &o. Iheir.well known good tast iu the ,,, Kkw Goods.- J. KJXtQ. tt. wivii wi jwvn ivi iuii ujoicypjjoT, aiumCient guarantee that the new ar- Mtli re excellent in quality and fashiuitable iu style, and the only diffi culty the ladies will find iu making punMaca will be in deciding upon ny particular articlea whero therearo uinny of equal merit from jIi lelaotioua can bjarfrj3rty hare, ilia, a rery largo stoisk of Boots and .611008 anjReailv Made Clolbing. In fad, ,tbe!ncapacioto8 ef.Nooms are filled with goodatK all kinds suitable lo tie market, and will no doubt be Bold at the lowest living prices. Cull and see torurselves. ? 2T Will & Co., ol Zaleski, have re eeiv'ifl tlinir1 t'-Nfg Block of Goods, which were ftrfebased early in the season, in the cheapest and beat mar kets, n;id which, for stylo and variety, onnnot ho escclled in this part of the cauatryAll tl)eo goods will be aokt .oJjJrpJi...

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 March 1860

Agricultural. From the Ohio Cultivator. Sugar Cane Culture. 6 At tlie last meeting in ColtT Jji of C8Q SusAr Cane, lhere nie many . .i i . .1 . ......... l. ,i j86nfl ' luoiigliout 1 1 cm ntn that ; rail wiit iitiiiv (vtw.tviiiv viii wejjjto&vled-e ol, that to a great-, -cr oipt baye been l";:rfer. iiOMUDdtt above, hat wo won .1 b gIatJuaifSnV We hope they Kill C . JJilrTVtera. and we miditTrtTeir fluty.' for tho encour- fliflm Aft I liflto leen interrogated i w u - - f questing my views on tljs Sorghum. 1 will coinincncoft series ofcoimnunica 4 tions on that subject, wjiing at tho time to hear from others. First, 1 will 6ay that 1 havecxjpri- artkj fit ckr 1 fancy I hear some one say: f lun,u J,in,8 ",,VJ i 1 1 . ., , . I ' seasons we ailed to sec a lull develop-1. ' Sent of tbo crop-thousands of acres Sn not evetrripening-yct under , i 1 the nnfavorablo'circumstJnces, tne ; Borgbnm paid better than a majority of the other crops that wo rai.e, as an ft.-ti. ..xt ....,.,wrrtrlra...

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. — 5 April 1860

.- UP Jy I M fax jfc: & . A-O1' 1)1 f.ITICAL. Thot. Jefferson. EQUAL AXD EXACT JflSTICE TO ALL HIE?f, OF WII ATEYEIt STATE OR PEllSUASIOft, BELIGIOCS OuT NOV'SO.- VOL. 8. M'ARTHUK, VINTON COUNTY. OHIO, APRIL 5, I860. of Hie ill or Nature Opposing the Progress of ggcgrtfenr democrat. PUBLISHED EVERY THUBSD-T Bt . ALEX. PEARCE. t MICE IN BRATTON'8 NEW BU1LDISO TWO DOORS EAST OF TUE COCET nOUSE, UP 8TAIK3. TERMS OF PIT irLICATIOJf. One oopy OMTjiir.ln advance, $1,50 If paid aftar eix month. SCO Clubiofteo now tmbacriber tol P.O. 10,00 Tba money must inrarlubly accompany tba rdar from Club. 3PNo paper will ba discontinued until all eTro:foropid up. union ut the option of Die FaHIUbor. Whon tha paper la not ordered to btincon- Uaaod at th 4 of Ui ye.r wlUM eontipof d. ; TERMS OF ADVEIVriSIftG. One Square ( 10 huee) 8 luaerllona . ;'l,n0 Xach additional insertion -,... 25 I vonrna.' ( uoNfn. 12onth. Oneiqnare $3,0f 8,00 SS.no Two equarea 1.00 8.00 12,00 Tlirev do. 7,00 10.00 18,00 col...

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. — 5 April 1860

Agricultural. From the Ohio Cultivator. Sugar Cane Culture. At the last meeting in ColuJ J3 of t. the Sorghum Growers' AssocW l J IWU,V,,U,V 1 V. , . , number hereof, andhose interest fmparttlr expeue. Ration, u.nii,ucturu,ete.,othCM.! pfeser tone, lhere a,e many pns jMOUKnoK .e cot ntr, i u. we jtfrwledge ol, that to a great. AUSS ii.hTO'.5 jAinentin iU. 1 1'Pm, Rf' "" mte iTOWncir$uty, for tho enconr- agement of others to let us hear from them. As 1 have hcer, in errogatcd by parties from different sect 0 is re- questing my views on th Sorghum. I Will cominencoa series okoiiiiuhimch , tions on that subject, hoping at the lime 10 near iroui uuiera. lMr6 ,lw.llsay thar Ilmve exypr.-J etitedona small scale for jheJusU' three years, and although Tn t masons we tailed tosee a inn uevciup-,. taent Of tho crop thousands of acres J8 ot corn not even Hit ino Ulliuruiau.u v.. ...... ...v. Borehum paid better than a minority ofthe other crops that weraibe, Bsani- artipje for the table aim pr...

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. — 5 April 1860

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Spring Elections. The election in our village passed Off in a very quiet and orderly manner. The-result on township officers was as follows: Tbcbtees. 0 W. Dlnckman, W 0. Merritt, (democrats,) and Jacob Uubn, (republican). Tkbiscber. U. 1. Ambrose. Ciebk. J.Ii. Newton. A88E880R. I. Tomlinson. Constables James Ward and Waal). Burtnctt. Messrs. Tjtnlinson and Burtnctt are Republicans. McArthur Election. Tbt officers ol our villago Tor the ensuing year, ire Matoe L. G. Brown. Recorder John T. Sluk'-y. Marshal Win. J. Uiunril. ;Tbb4SUREB II. P. Ambro-e. Street Commissioner i- K JLDowcIl Couatn.MEJi Owen DnvJ, i. Hirh mond.D. V. Raiinellii, A. Fearce ud J. W. McBeih. That Skkknali:. The J'rus I' now under the leadership ui Ir. A an excellent musician, was out aero nadingon Saturday night last. We Were delighted with the music which they gave us, and sorry that wo had 'nothing Btrongcr" than thanks to of fer them in return. Thoy have flu proved considerably within the pa...

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. — 5 April 1860

Agricultural. From the Ohio Cultivator. Sugar Cane Culture. to ...n.u.i'N.iiT.i id, y.r tl. m P1 at tun Mia nuiuviui it viwitvi fi v i ri eae SnaAr Cams. There are inanvi n In r itr y fttl.A Wlt1,tfk. fll.lt W.10UIJD llll VHXIIVUW ill v l.witiiii i ill.,. we Jy'nw i'f ce ft . t hfit to R fiviit. cr OMfCbS rxter i?b8 jcjtvnt have been experi- metinjKjwTO above, that wo wonld b gh&i8jtM We hope they will prp;H, and we jniclitVTtelrAluty, for tho encour agement of others to let tis hear from ua iii.nr iium them. As 1 hare beer, interrogated ; J 1 . .i e l i questing my view Hon. ontl.At snbiect. UbiAnn at tholMl time to licar troni others. First. I will say that I have exmri-J A I Mia lufit mpctiuf? in Coin' la cif the Sorghum Growers' ABBOeTsitfn, resolution was adopted requiting enft. member thereof, .incUhos interested,? 1 lIliLni IIVI VApllMIVV I II M V .ll r rented on a small scale Tor MasU""' .i.. v..or. ,i .iii,.,M. .ma-,rBIKnCu f-:7.:Lr, .r.?, : ' Senior tho crop-thousands ...

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 April 1860

i Iff J Ft EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL NEK, OP WHATEYEK STATE OK rcnSUASIOS, RELIGIOUS Olt POLITICAL. nos .Jefferson. VOL. 8. M'ARTHUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, AP1UX 19, 18G0. NO. "80. ;'lurtijiii' ilcmocrat. rTjr:.T5HED rVEPY THtlESDi.Y BY ALEX. PEAItCE. vrc giTbkaTtov TWO DOORS EAST OF THE COURT HOUSE, UP STAIRS. On copy onoTjar.ln advance, 1.S0 irpvid atter m montr.s. Clubs of tea now subscribers tol P. 0 2 o6 10.00 Tlia money must liwuriublv accompany the orders from Club. T"No papor will bo diontinued until all arrearages arc paid up, unless ut tho option of (he JPublishor. When the paper U not ordered to be discon tinued at the end of tho year, it will bo continued. TERMS OFADVEKTISING. .On8qnaro(10 lnies) 9 insertion - ' f 1 ,00 Xacb additional inrcrtion 25 8 MONTHS. 4 IIONTriS. 18JCOVTIIS. lOnoiqnara fOO 5,00 s,ro Two aqjmros ,00 8.00 . J -2 ,00 Threo do. 7,00 10,00 1.1,00 Voolnmu 10,00 1S.0O 20.00 J,' column 1.1,00 20,00 !W,00 All rulo and figure work will be charged one Bu...

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 April 1860

[From the Chillicothe Advertiser.] Tired of Republicanism! BUCKSKIN TOWNSHIP. Ross County, April 7,1860. 11 oitoh " if t li c A J ctrtiter: II a v i ng been u Whig from t Ite time 1 gave mr first veto v.uii! t ho dissolution of that party, I have lately takt-n little ititcrust in politics voting, however, uniformly with the Republicans from ft previous habit of opposition to tin Democracy, ami perhaps influenced by a little prejudice against the name. 1 have looked upon nil the hue and cry nonit "Slavery in tho Territo ries" as a humbug at once harmless and riliculoiu knowing, m every man hut a foul must know, thiit under our political sysL-m the people m any Territory can havo hut little hindiance in securing for themselves sucli lawi as they desiro. ' But thu developments of tho last few months clearly disclose that the aims an I e' Is of tho Republican par ti' fire ino.t disastrous to our relation Vv: o'her Sfite--? and our condition in Ul.ii. Since the shrieks about In t!ic Ti l...

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. — 19 April 1860

[From the Logan Gazette.] A Colored Man Elected to Office in Logan County! Irvin Scott, (colored,),by force of tlio decision of the Supremo Court, a frco -wbito male citizen of the Jriite States, and nB 6ticli, eligible to tiiico, wa elected enpervieor of tjie joad district adjoining BollcfuritainQ, on Monday last. Hub is a practical vo. fixation of tho doctrina that a negro 18 ai good OB a white ninn. Let it jjo to the people of Lon Rounry, tha( a mulatto Iihs ben elected to office un. der the Gbolson decioion! A SONG FOR IRVIN SCOTT. Her in a litlJe Bn we desire Mr. Scott hill ling to hit Imnd,' when at work on the road. I is white male citizen ob dese United State, Elected eubeivisor by do ffiemle of Seward and Bates; I voles, and holds office, ami I'se special' sumfiii higher, De white folks when dey write to me, write 'Irvin Scott, Laiuijref ' Oh, white nun, talic your cont ojT, And work a litile faster; I ia de supervisor big, 1 is do white niaiiViiiaster! Dick Krouskop! What ...

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. — 19 April 1860

Agricultural Notes on Insects. Tub Aitlb Tuhe Ghees Fly JjAu malt. In thtj opening buds of the apple tree, particularly those at tho points of Uio branches, will be found a great Dumber of minute green flics, or plant lico. They ore of a grass-green color, and in common with tho rest of tlitir family, obtain their living by puncturing the tender Icares with their sharp suckers, thro' which they pump up the sap or life blood of the plant. Al'Ur tho leaves become fully expanded, those lice spread themselves over the tender branches and foliage, and when nu merous, are very injurious, especially to young trees; for, although they do not eat thosubstunco of the leaf, yet tho extraction of sap causua tho leaves to dry up, wither, and full oil'. On old full-grown trees, these iusects are sel dom io numerous. Some varieties of the apple are more liable than others to the attacks of the green fly; this is probably owing to a peculiarity in the taste of the sap, for these little pests ure gr...

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 April 1860

V i EQUAL AXD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL HI EN, OF wn.lTEVER STATE OR FCKSUASIdX. RELIGIOUS Oil POLITICAL. Tho$. Jefferson. VOL. 8, M'ARTHUll, VINTON COUNTY. OHIO, APRIL 2d. 18GQ. NO. st; 2S Mtr rtfsr Mr i LAWS OF OHIO: PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 3.] AN ACT 3 amend Section 490 of an Act entitled nl. ... ii i a. . "An Act to establish a Code of Civil Pro cedure patied March H, 1833. , SeciioS I. Be it tnacnd by the General Antmbly oftht Statt of Otto, That Section 490 of the act entitled an act to establish a code of civil procedme, passed Mare.h2.l853, as heretofore amended, be now so amended I to read ai follows: Section 4'J0. Such Judgment, if the transcript shall be filed in. term time, shal have a lien oh the real estate of the judgment debtor from the day of filing; if filed in vacation, as against the debtor, it shall have a lien fruin the day of filing; but as against other wau rip's filed in vacation, and judgments rendered at the next term of theCouit of Common Pleas, it shall ...

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. — 26 April 1860

cffcffiioi employee of such banking com psDv; the amount of which while auch pro reedinga are pending, shall be under the con trol ol atiid court. Bee. 3. That auch court or judge shall al ao hare the power, on petition ol any stock holder or stock holder owning not less than Ojce-fourth of the capital stock of such bauk tnjj rompany actually paid up, or of the bene ficial interests therein, to enjoin the direc tors mill officers thereof from borrowing or Issuing either directly or indirectly, aur of llie money or assets of stub, bank for their own Individual benefit while such proceed ings be pending. RICHARD C. PARSONS. Speaker of the House of Representatives. ROBERT C. KIRK. President of the Senate. Passed March 20.1860. [No. 75.] AN ACT Further defining the duties of Supervisors of Road and Highways. fctEtTioji 1. Be it enacted by f Jie General Asttmblyofthe State of Ohh, Thut super visors of roads and highways within this state, be and are hereby authorized to con struct loot b...

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. — 26 April 1860

Sto '8!6r jEjcinccrat. raBLISHEO EVERT THUBSDAY Bt ALEX. rEAKCE. OrFICE-IN BRATTON'S NEW EU1LDIKQ TV70.D00BS EAST OF TIIE COURT HOUSE, UP STAIRS. One coot one y jar, in adVanco, ' ' ' 11,50 , If paid ftet bix month. ' $.00 Club of ten now subscribers to 1 V. Q, 19,00 . The money must invariably accompany tlie rdera from, Clubs. tSJTNo paper will be discontinued nntil all arroaragos are paid up, unlet a( the op;iog oftbe raMlshor. " . YThun the paper Is not ordorcd to be discon ttaued at the end oftbe year, it will be continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Square (10 lines) 3 insertion ' too lacb. additional insertion " ' " 25 8 VONTRS. J I MONTHS. 12 KOMTnS. One square $3.00 $3.(10 aso Two square s.00 8.00. 12,00 Tbreo Jo. 7,00 10,00 15.00 column 10,0( 15.00 10,00 X column 15,00 40,00 80,00 ah mie ana ngnre woik wm becnargedone aalf more than the above rates. ; 8peoinl notice will bo charged doublo (ha above ratos. Cards of Physicians, Lawyers, or others, con talning five linos.or les...

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