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

DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. Report of the Committee on Resolutions. lulloii. Th CommiliM on Resolutions, by their Chitimtmi , Mr. Ilnllett, vf Mutnaclm.th submit the jfolliiwitij lit port :) Rtsohtd, Thai the American Democracy ilace their t rust in the intelligence, the pa- triotiMm, aim tne uiFcniiunuiuiij justice ui the American people. Ri solved, Tint we regard this as n dis. tincttve feature of our political cir.'d, which we are proud to inttintaiii hi'foro t he world, at the reHt morul element in a fnrm uf gov minimi fprinijiiig from and upheld by the popular will; and we contrast it wiili the (.neilainl practice of Federalism, uudi-r w lint rer uanie or form, which seeks to palsy tlit will of the constitu 'lit, mid which ronc.i-iv b no iinpusluru too iiiouetroi.s fur the popultir credulity. UaulvfJ, therefore.' Tlmt, eir.rriaiiiiiiji thine views, thu l'i niocratie parly t.f this I'nion, through their Ui-'lent' S assembled in a general Couvention, coming together in n pirit of concor...

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. — 11 October 1860

iiiir ft mm r EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF WIIATEVEIl STATE OK PERSUASION, IIELIOIOUS OK POLITICAL. Thos. Jefferson. VOL. 0. M'ARTHUH, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, OCTOBER 11. 18G0. NO. 9. 4m rsir j mm t aicriljur flcmotrnt. Published eveht thuksdat bx ALEX. OFFIciNBlKATTON'B NEW BUILDING TWO DOOKS EAST OF THE CUU111' " HOUSE, ur STAIIJS. teiois or v v blicAtion. Ono copy onoyjnr,ln aJvnnco, $1,S0 If iwiJ al'tor six months. 2,00 C'lubsof ton now guWril'eM to 1 I. 0. 10,00 Tho mouoy must invariably accompany tb orJors from Clubs. t-WKo paper will bo discontinued nutil all arroaruzcauropalJ up, uulos&ut tho option oftho l'ablihher. , , Whon tho paper i not ordered to bo dlfcon tiauodatthaeni oftho yor,it will bo continued ' TEIIMS OF ADVERTISING. On Sqnr( 10 linos) 8 insertions . 1 Jt,flO EaoU additional insertion 25 . 8H0MTUS. 6 MONTFIfl. 13 MONTHS. Ono square M 5,00 S.OO TwogquarOS 8,00 v 8,00 12,00 Throo do. 7,00 10,00, 15,00 Voolumn ' 10,00 18,00. 20,00 ,-5eolnmn ' .15,00 . ...

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. — 11 October 1860

The African-Slave Trade—Capture The African-Slave Trade—Capture of the Slave-ship Erie, with The African-Slave Trade—Capture of the Slave-ship Erie, with Eight Hundred and Ninety-seven Negroes on Board. - arrived at New YoTS Wednesday afternoon. She brings liomo Lieutenant J. W. Dun itington, Passed Mideliipman II. D. Todd, and a f.riz tiew of ten men, belonging to the captor ol t lie slaver, 1 ho United States steamer Mohican. The Erie officers suppMscJ tho Muhi mn to be an English man of war, ami hoped, by hoisting the American flap, to evade emancipation. She nimle the pa6sago from Monrovia to New lork in thirty-lour days, aud was in company with t tie Mttrfon, Moon-of. war, off Capo de Yoide Llnnds. The Mohican Bailed from remand') 1 on the 4tb of Augut-t, and stood to the soutuwara lor Loamlu, having the squadron mail on hoard. When four days out, about fifty imlea (S tho mouth of tho Coneo River at seven A. M., the officers of the Mohican sighted a ship standing to Uic north-w...

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. — 11 October 1860

The Old Navigator. How he looked vti the morning of ti)j election'. ' Affl uoipop Dip . .Pijis Suiiuom nijj pnoo oij moq Indiana. Has probably' gdno lor tbo Ropubli wn by ton or fifteen thousand. Cleveland, WeilncsJay, Oct. 10. It ia t'Loupjiit tbo Rop. mij. ou the Bute ticket will reach 20,001). It ia reported that Warren l Noble (Dctn.) iB elected trout the Ninth Dis ti ict. Thiii is a Democratic gain. : Mu3kiiirnm co. Given Smith, for Supremo J udo, about 400 muj. JJomocratic gain ot 550. Attorney General and Board of L'ublic Worka nbout a tie. Democratic county ticket, ; except Clerk, elected by 200 to 500 maj. Lull men voted btruiht Demo cratic ticket, except for Stambaugh und Btickm. CoDrosaioual District very close, with chances in favor of Cutler, (Ue) Jewett (Dem ) has 410 niaj. Ri'publicau faiii of 217. -Gnuruucy co. Theaker (Ru(.) for Congress maj. Brinkeihofl' 475 maj. W holo Republican county ticket elected. i Stark co. 400 Rcpmaj. A gain of 700. I'urtagG and Trumbull A...

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 November 1860

If filiTitlfl' EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF WHATEVER STATE Olt PEUSUASIOX, RELIGIOUS OK POLITICAL. Tha. J-ltrim. VOL. 9. M'ARTHUll, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, NOVEMBER 1, I860. NO. 12. 4 M dl 11 itri 2fc2W!nr flcmocrat. tJBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY B ALEX. PEAHCB. ' mCE IN BKATTON'S NEW liUlLDINO TWO DOORS EAST OF THE COUET ' nOCSE, TJP 8TA1US. . . Ons copy one yjar,ln adynnoe, $1,60 1 f Md after six months. 2,00 Clubsof tan new subscribers to 1 P. 0. 10,00 The money muss invariably accompany the rder from Clubs. tiPNo paper will bo discontinued tintll all rrearagos are paid up, unless at the option of the Publisher. When the paper Is not ordered to be discon tinued at the end of thyoar,lt will be continued TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OneSqnar (10 linos) 8 insertions Xaob additional insertion $1,00 26 8 MONTHS. 6 MONTHS. 12 MONTH . Ono square 3,00 fs,00 3,f0 Tiro square 6,00 8,00 1:3,00 Three do. 7,uo 10,00 tfeolumn 10,00 1.5.00 K column 18,00 20,00 1(1,00 20,00 80,00 All rule and figure ...

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 November 1860

Important Letter from Gen. S. W. Andrews. Honest Breckinridge Men Read It! COLUMBUS, Oct. 19th, 1860. Editor Onto Statesman: I have noticed in your paper that the Doug las Electa al Ticket, made at IJarris 1 tiirfti. PennRvl vnnifi. lns been with- " P . drawn, and Mint tlio Nomocracy ot that State will probably onsolidato their Toto upon the regular Democrat ic Electoral Ticket made at Heading. This I am glad to see, for a divided vote of the Democracy, in lYnusylvu nia, would undoubtedly secure tho State to Lincoln, while a united vote ol tbo Democratic party in the old Keystone State will unquestionably 6ave the country from Ulack Republi can mlo. If tbia movement is good olicy, and right iu Pennsylvania, it certain ly would bo expedient in Ohio. In view of the recent elections in these States and in Indiana, what are we to expect in November next, if tho De mocracy remain divided Tho pros- iieet stares us in tho luce, that the iiepublicau party will bo iu posses sion of tlio Gove...

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 November 1860

LOCAL DEPARTMENTS. DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS. 1 " V...-vi-.! Democratic mcetin will be held ui follows: AT IIAMDEN, on MoiiJsiyucxt, November 5th. AT ALLENSY1LLE ou Saturday next, Nov. 3d. " AT JACKSON 0. II., on Satur day next, Nov. 3d. The Douglas Hungers are- requested to bo ou band at these meeting with lamps trimmed. A cordial invitutkn is cxteiidod to everybody. A number of good sneakers will bo prcseut. . DCTIf you want Salt, Leather, Shoes, Coota,Glas8, Nails, Dry Goods aud Groceries, call ou E. D. Dud ye, for ho Las a largo stock r.nd io Gulling thc:n very low for Cash. 03Tho)luinool'thrco leathers and the motto Jch Dicn, (I serve,) have been worn by tho I'riuee of Wales Biueu tho battle of Creey, in 1310, when Edward, the IJlacl; Trince, took a coronet hearing them from tho head of John, Kin of IJyheinia, whom he had slain with bin own limnta. The South will not wait. Tho Atalanta (Georgia) Confedera cy, a liaper wineii lias non matma; a vigorous war upon tho Yancey-iireek-iurid...

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 November 1860

DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. Report of the Committee on Resolutions. HtlOIIS. The Committee on Resolution, by their Chairman, Mr. llalltlt, of Muttachtuelts tubmit the following Report Resolved, That the American Democracy place, their truat in the intelligence, the pa triotism, and the discriminating justice of the American people. Rctolved, Tint we regard this as a dis tinctive feature of our political e re-.nl, which we are proud to maintain before the world, at the great moral element in a form of gov ernment springing from and upheld by the popular will; and we contrast it with the creed and practice of Federalism, under what ever name or form, which seeks to palsy the will of the constituent, and which conceives no imposture too monstrous for the popular credulity. Resolved, therefore. That, entertaining these views, the Democratic party of this Union, through their Delegates assembled in general Convention, coming together in n spirit of concord, of devotion to the doctrines and fait...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 November 1860

' ' ' -jtA". '''..".'4 -i ! 'i-' . 5 (- i. I : i i I. . X EQUAL AND EXACT JI'JTICE TO ALE MEN, OP AVHATEVEK STATE Oil PERSUASION, IlELIGIOUS OK POLITICAL. Thai. Jefferson. VOL. 9. NO. 15; HMMfJMM' M : U el PI :J 1.4 .'1 f u Sit Ittcrur fltmotrat. fOBLISHED EVERT THUPSIUYB7 ALEX. PE4HTE. 'OFFICE is ll iTa TTlT NI Y VMI I'lLBIKG ' TWO -BOOKS EAST OF THE COUllT ' '.' ' HOUSE, UP 8TA1KS. teums rtF piriiY-i cation. ' ' 0 opv i.no yjiir.Iii in vunco, fl.flO If (xiUI a'l'ior U month. 2 00 . Club-toriuu now hub.-criborn to 1 P. 0. 10.( Tim ill uniy iinml iavuriably accompany the r J r. fr.im Club. jr.Vu iior will 1)0 discontinued until til riMin,Msaro p.iiJ up, uuluaai thooptinu ottlie fa;)llnhnr. ( Wbon tlio pnpor In not ordered to bo difcrni tlaJ U thu oml of tho ymr.lt will becintiiiuecl TEKJIS OF AUVMITISIMJ. OnSltiitr(l0lino!) 3 insertion ll,0 lath additional iiiortion 2 8MUNTIia. 8 MONTH!. 12 MONTHS. ftononaro $3,00 (5.00 S. TiroaqiHrtw 600 8.00 19.00 Throt (Jj. M 10.410 1500 Woolumii...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 November 1860

Irritating the South. The Indianapolis Sentin$l,Mbon permitted to mnko some extracts from a letter received by a leading Ifell nuu of that State from a very intel ligtnt and influential man of Rich mond, Virginia. The writer says that, while the Union men areconsid- . ering, "the Disunionists re moviug with alarming rapidity. They aro spreading over the South like wild- '.fire. The politicians and great muss of the voters, who supported Ercckin- ridgo and Lane, are Disunionists." ,'.Tlio difficulty with the Union tfien in meeting the onslaught of the Disu nienists it: "We aro unable, whilo resisting them, to c-fTer i any thing hopelnl or tangible 1o the people for the future' In addition to that, they are embarrassed by "the action of the Republican presses, pulpits and speakers since the election." In this connection the writer says; ''In a room full of Ucion people, met a.fftw evouiogs since, Henry Wil son's speech, published in a Boston paper, nnd made since the election, with ex...

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 November 1860

SB&tNlw' gnwtrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Tub Atlantic Monthly. Tl:o Da cember No. of this Magazine contains Articles witli tbe following titles: The United States and tbe Barbnry States Sunhine Tha Two Tongues Midsummer and May Epitlialaroia Arthur llallam The Confeesions of a Medium John Andre and llonora Snejd Wo shall rise again The Professor's Storj A Flea for Freo dom from Speech and figures ol of Speech-makers. To these able ar ticles and contributions are added sev eral reviews and literary notises. The Atlantic continues to fully sus tain its high literary character, and it is only equalled iu its productions by Blackwood. Published by Ticknor & Fields, 133 Washington St., Bos ton, at $3 per auuum, or 25 cts. per number. Marble Shop. We call attention to the Card of Mr. Johnson, who has just commenced, in this place, the manufacture of tomb-stones, monu ments, &c. Persons desiring any thing to this lino should give Mr. J. a call, as wo are informed his work and prices...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 November 1860

Agricultural. Experiments in Drainage. Wo imve loiiji since experienced tlie inij'. itiir.ce ! tlruitiin ! Ameri can I aims, and ln-lu-ve lliat tlir.'iigli druiiiinir. itt'Coui pan iel 1y di' jilnw fug. Iiurv Utii anil will le tlie "i at iiieans of iiiipri'viiiji the farms ot this ri.iintrv - In Kn luiui . Sent land, and on the. continent of Europe, these im- lnvo t.eiti earned oat, and Lave tar exceeded nil expectation. ! awn the inoM ann-Miine, ol the liirnn r; ; an I be hrts received a g-md ivturu fur; In tl.e iiol.eulteta! bis i xti'. nditi re. districts there, where driiuiau'o was reipiit'ed. it b.is beeu iloue, und t!n.re ro now but lew fariinrs who have Hut dritii'ed their lands. Tin.' follow ing is tin; tiKtbud princi "rally iied in Etltnd; but with their ja'' piiee ol land, abundance of t a tal. I uiiiny other coiisideralioiis in j their lavur. ddleriuu so uiueli trm us that I lie adoption o their iiKtlmd o ! ilrainaeu bv our tanners in tins conn- trv, to their itil! extont...

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. — 6 December 1860

EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEX, OP WHATEVER STATE Oil PERSUASION. RELIGIOUS OR FO LITICA L. Thot. Jefftrton. VOL. 9. M'AllTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, TECEMBER 0, ISCO. NO. 16. c litertlntr emoent. PUBLISHED EVERY THUESDaYBY ALEX. FEARCE. rnCK-IN BUTTON'S NEW BUILDING TWO DOORS EAST OF THE COL' JUT HOUSE, VP STAIES ' TMSOFPlinirCATlOJT. "One eopy on yjar, In advance, $1 ,80 If paid after six months. 8,00 Clubiof ten uew tmbscribors to 1 P. 0. 10,00 The money must invariably accompany tbe rdir from Clubs. JSTMo pupor will ba discontinued nntil all arroiruijos aro paid up, unlets at the option ofthe Jfobllslier. , , ,, When the paper la not ordered to be discon tinued the oad ofthoyear.it 111 becontinucd TERMS Or AllVrKTISIJiG. neSqnare (10 linos) 8 Insertion! ft.nO laoh additioDul ini-ottion 20 $ MONTHS. 6 UOMTni. 12 MONTHS. anasonare f3,00 5,00 8,0 Tro square 6.00 8,00 Three do. T.00 10.n0 10. on 15.00 12.00 15,00 SO. 00 G.olmnn 15,00 20,00 80,00 All rule and figure woik will be 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. — 6 December 1860

The Attitude of the South—Important [...] from the New York Times. Republican—It Advises the Repeal of the Personal-Liberty Bills. The New York 7tW (l.tpublican) has some observations 01. lliu attitude of tho Si'tith, which, coming from ench u eounv, are worthy of nttentiou. After oUciving tliut it has anticipuj tld II 8 CTKHoll lllOVelUCllt II) on lliu election of Lincoln, it t otit i im f: Bui upon one point wo confess we have Ui'ii disappointed. The inuve tuciit encounters less opposition from the toiiHi VHtiva ei ntiim lit of the South lliiui wo nnticij atcd. We thought that as soon as tho election was over, both tlio Dull and the Douglas organizations would assume the position of u Union party, mid meet the secession movement at the vi-ry outsit. This docs not prove to havo ken tlio case TliU3 far neither of these parties hits ventured to take the field ngaiiu-t tho Disunionists. Indeed, ill several of the Southern States their leaders have joined the milks of their antagonists...

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. — 6 December 1860

SALE OF DELINQUENT LANDS AND TOWN LOTS. The following li a list of Lands untl Town Lot within (he Coun'y of Vinton returned Delinquent by the Treasurer of said County for the Taxes ofl8ui). charged with the taxes auJ penalty lor aiil year, together with the tinea of the current year added thereto: LASD5. Names. No. 1. Eaoi.e TowntHip. Neil Timothy D Rillroy Luke Vanatta Samuel Francis Jonathan (heirs) game Strawser David Ply lev John P Beck J N 6t A H eh mo same Irvin Francis Wilcox J'wph Ackley Daniel Yapie Allred Burnett John McCtil David same Plyley John P game Sherry James came Bolev Arick No. 2, Bhown Tr. Fa'lia D J Stewtul L H Piyley John P Thorn is Matilda O'Neil James same Brown Gclvei Clark Isaac Smith Peter No 3, Swas If. Dalton Sarah Kimuldeii Win. H L -e George 8 m tier William Mi Cowan John E;irnheirt Jncob Morgan Elizabeth M Kicliurdion J M No. 4. J.kksoh Tp. Tieiilfli E.ias Suttlw Catharine Cri.mbV it Andrew Thorn ps n John WiHulyar.l Joint's heirs Bbh Presby KifC Lvc...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 6 December 1860

Sj HJ q q SEVEEJ YEARS ! THE cveu years ut uurivalieU siicvum aliend in Uiu "Cosmopolitan Art Association,'' have madv it it hcnwhuld word throughout evo ry quarter of thec.iuulry. I'um-r the au.-pioraof till fx polar Institution over thrt$ kumlrnl tkuumvl k,.m have learned to appreciate -by buaiiiit'ul wrksofurtvn their il!, aud choice literature n their tables, thu great boucl'ta derived (turn becoming a aubserib- Subscrlptions are row being to elvel In a ra tio unparalleled wiili thut nfany previous year. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. All person can laconic a member by subscri bing thrtt iLlluri, lor which sum they ill re ceive 1st. The Una snJenperb steel eng.aviug, 50x Si inches, entitled, UuMliF '.bi:EIC E!S BLlCll.S. Jd One Copy, nno year, of taut victual y il lustrated miigujinc. "THE COSMOPOLITAN ART JOUR NAL." 8.1. Four admissions, during the season, to ''1 he Gallery l Piisinings, 548, Hiond way, N. V." In addition to the above lajueflta, there will bo given to the subscribe) 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. — 13 December 1860

. . 1 'I r ' ..S L f nU .! c. i I-' ' A. ' EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL JTIEX, OP WIIATEVEK STATE OK rEKSUASIOX, UELIGIOUS OH POLITICAL. Thot, Jefferson. VOL. 9. M'AHTHUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, DECEMBER I860. NO. 17, u ' H lil IN I in t a l SJt' SlcSriJnr. flt'mocrat. rOBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ALEX. PEAIICE. mCE-lN B RATION'S NEW BUILDING two doors east of the coukt house, up stains. timIfi'I'iVli cation. 'Oae eopy one yjar, In advance, $1,150 If puid flor six months. 2,00 Club of ton now subscribers tol P.O. 10,00 The money muti invuriubly accorapuuy tlia rders from Clubs. t3fNo paper will be discontinued until all rrerazesropaidup,nnles6st the option oftlio VnMUUer. When the paper 1b not ordered to bo diseon tiauedatthe end of tho year.it will bu continued TERMS OF ADVE11T1S1MG. One Square (10 line) I insertion $1.00 T ash additional intertion 25 8 months. ( uoNtna. 2 months- On lanare 9,00 (5,00 S,00 Tiro square Three do. Veolumn 5,00 7,00 10,00 8,00 10.00 1 ft 00 1-J.00 15,00...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 13 December 1860

. nii1t,.MdovllieMtbtnthor.;t!.is,lhe to cxdnslvo IcgMatiuu JmsKtntver -J -"-j .'.- j vmiii iu vongrvss. 11 is noi w neveu 1,1m any ntti-ait wi! bo" inado to expel the Uaitol Slatta from this rroperty by forcf; bnt if in tli3 1 slnxiM provo Ut bo mistaken,' ili jficer id command of tlio forts lint tvet'ived orders to act strictly on the iMoiisivc. In such a euulingcncy, llieit!Op.iiii)ilility fur con seijiienccs would rightfully rest upnii the heads of he aosiiilaut. Apart from the execution of the. law. !h far as this uuiy be piu ticable, tl-.u Exec ntive lm no niithnrity io decide what shall bo the rulationn between the Fed eral (joveinnnflt uiul South Carolina. He lias been invested with . no such discretion, lie posessis no power .to change thy relations heretofoae exist ing between them, lunch less to ac knowledge the independence oj that State. Tkis would be jo invest a myre Esecntive officer with the oV t,t of recognizing the dissolution of the confederacy among onr thirty-th...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 13 December 1860

Htfo bbcrtistmenls. PERKY DAVIS' VEGETABLE PAIN KILLER, THE GREAT FAMILY MEDICIAE OF THE AGE, WE -k tlio attontion of tho trado and the public lo this lung uuil u urivaleJ FAMILY M-DICIM:. Por tho euro of i'old. Cecum, Wkax Stoh- 10H AND UlNKKaL DtBILITY, IkDIuIbTIOK, CkAMPAMU PaN)I IN STOMACH . BoWIL Cl.VpLAI.NT, C'OLIO, DlAKKIIOKA, C'llOLLHA, Ate., &0. And for Fever and Ague, there ia nothing huttar. U litis boon favorably known for inoro ihuu twenty-tlvoycnra to bo tho ONI.YSUUEBPEC'IFIC for the many diseases incident to tho human family Internally uud Externally It wortta equally euro. What Hmmjtr prif of tliono facta can b" pro dnoed timii tiie following 'ttter received tita Iwittd from Kov. . W. Curtis: Romeo, Mao.'Md Co.. Mich., July 9,13'iO. .Miaaiis. J. X. Harris & Co. GtnlUiMn.lUa ctnuJunco I have In Perry DvU' I'uln Kilmr aa rumedy I'ur Cold,C'ougli Durns, Sprains aiid,Klii'iiiiiuti-ni, for the earn of which 1 have sucve.iillyuedit, inducukina to cheerfully rcconi...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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