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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 24 January 1861

Miscellaneous. From the Ohio Statesman. LINES FOR THE TIMES. Our fall olcctlcn now is o'er, AndAaniiuii iseleeted; Ilia honesty has provwl a boro, "lis just as we expected. Th mull thul xi lit ho ninny rails, Uistrado will never quit; ITe will, I think, when Isbor fuil, lie Union try to split. Poms lender in tlx last campaign, Old tiin. and I'. CiiAtK, )o not rccpei-t tlia Southern men, J) nt love tl;e Congo ritcu. They my Carolina may ithdraw i Ifshe shall think it 'right; lint it' h lose a Southern slur How dark wo:il 1 bo our night. The preachers, oven in cur town, Will not the Uuspol preach; They only idolize Juiix HaoHN. And liiMirrei'tiou teach. The fugitive tl.ov wili liotjicld, Nor theirosuntrv's law oU-: TIiot hope that in the bottle field 1'Le slave ill win the day. Th stumpsrs. too. di.l .fon sny That timesHliL.li! J b e much better; Eut now 'tin past election day, And money 'adeu.l letter. ThV mid If we'd eic t "Oeii Ar.E," Tho poor with g..ll al.iiilj glitter; But quite...

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. — 7 February 1861

1 : d i !Si Id r WW NO NORTH, NO SOUTH, UNDER THE CONSTITUTION. BIT A SACKED II AIXTENANCE OF THAT INSTUIJJE-T AND THE UNION. VOL. 9. M'AHTHUE, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, FEBRUARY 7, ISOI. xT0. . 1 f 1 4 i$ in jfr ViiatyiljJiU PUBLISHED EVEKY TIIUUSDAY BY E. A. & XV, E. BUATTON Office in 15 ration's Buildings, East o Court House, Up Stairs. TERMS OrVUHLICATIOJi. One Copy ino year, io advunco, 1,00 ' If not paid altirsix months, l,6u If not paid within the year, 8,ti0 t37"Nopapcr "ill bo discontinued tintll all arrearages are r aid, unless at tha option of the jiuniisliera. r.cn the jiapor is not uruoreci ui couiiiiucd at U.o eudot'wie year, it willbocua j'.uucJ. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Ono Squaie tbreo insertions, Jiacli additional insertion t Cards ono your, 8,Cit) E??A liboral ilodnctlon will be made to yearly advertisers. Alt adver'ioomeuts payable in ad vance or on demand. JjjfThe above tortus must be strictly complied wiu.tl i-iif.ocial Notices, per line, five cents. i DUSIKESS DIR...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 7 February 1861

Avifnes u month ot civil war; a dee- inrnuoii, coming as il dut, Irotn one vi no nau seen more or war man any mnn then living, is more surges- id the l:oi rors ot such a it rite than the most elaborate and eloquent des- cription could portray. If, then, Air. President, the Union can not be preserved by arms under circumstances like the pitseur, what, Insk, in the name or reason and liu- nianity.is tlio uso of resorting to aims? If no good can come from the shed- of blood, why shall it be shed ? there are tiaitois tit the South desetvo to bo punished, arc there not also, millions who have ever been ley-J al to the Constitution ai.d the Union? are nil, friends as well as toes, to bo subjected to a common ruin? llowiof can you discriminate how punish the guilty acd protect the innocent, when tlia names oi civil war aro raging with the fury of madneas, and oven "Des miction cowers, to mark what deeds aro (lonu And is no distinction to bo made between the Secessionists, whoso folo object...

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. — 7 February 1861

Local Department. w. E. bhatto.n,: ::::::: Editoii EM00UBAG3 BOMB 1M5USTET." THURSDAY, "FEBT 7," 1861. The Crisis. Col. Samuel iledary, tho old yeter en in tho causo of Democratia ineag nrei, one of tho most talented editors in tho United State, the unflinchiMg friend and advocate, of the laboring mangos if his countrymen, the etexd fast friend of the Union and of the Constitution, has started a new paper at Columbus, called the "Crisis," at $2 per asnum hi udvnnec. Our friends that can do 60, can not do us greater favor thuti to subsciiba. You will dud tho"t!rUit" more interesting and k'tirtiehl than tho city papers . DC3 Mwtu-y, eoiil, Hour, pork, or Anvti.iii we have t buy will be thank fully received on 6uh-crtptin at I his office . . , . I vouiv, menu?, v, .....- ... ready expended wver SCO in publish-1 in- the Democrat, and havu received "on Bttltaeiiption only 5 in past im-uth. Bomo of you cau certainly pay us some. (ly bJina Ot our Opponent have been stating to men from the ...

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. — 7 February 1861

V AvituMAuu montli of civil war; u dec-;of Juration, .coming aa it did, truin one wbo bad ei n iwro of war limn my other man tbin living, it morn sugea- tive it the l.oi rora ol tuch a ttiifu than . t il . I . a l . i' . . . the tLOEt clubrratu and eloquent dca crlption conM portray. If, then, JJr. 1 'resident, tha Union can not be preserved by arum under circumstances like the I'ltsent, what, 1 ask, in (ho tianio of reason Htid bn ninnity,ii the uso of resort iiij; to anno? if no good enri come from the slieo diliR ol' blood, why shall it bo shed ? i If there arc traitoia at the South who deauvc to bo punished, are there not nlso, millions who bnve ever ken loy al to the Constitution and the Union? And arc nil, IrienJa as well aa foes, to be sul'jucted to a common ruin! liuw can Veu diaciiminnte liow punish the guilty ard protect the innocent, when the flames of civil war are raging with the fury of madness, and even "Des truction cowers, to mark what deeds aro douu 1 ' And is no d...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 February 1861

t !. 7. -7. . ' -Tit .t.t b jpJWfS I NO NORTH, NO SO LIU. UNDEIl THE CONSTITUTION. BIT A SACKED MAINTENANCE OF THAT INSTItl'MEAT AND THE UNION. - ....... ' M'AllTIIUE, TINTPN : COUNTY. OHIO, FKBltUABY 14, 186. iso. so. ; VOL. 0, II X It III IkI :.Ej)c ?5lfrlur gnnotrat. r?v u b lishT: i7h v ku V'tITv upAY 15 Y ' E. A. A- V, r., PHA'l'ION .Plfic in Crrtttou'a JIuilduR, Fntt of Julirt llouvr, l' Simla. " TI-.KM9 t7flMHM.ll.niCN. One Coy Hie yi-iir. In iidvutie-e, 1 .00 " Jf not piiiil nl'iVr rix muitli', l.&'i i .....!..:.).. :. l :.. .1 o nil ... 1 . 13T Kuj-Bi-i-r will be iliM-riitSiirir,l until ull am-ariiirca uie (.uhl uhIcm" iii thu iti,,!, nf.U AUHIi-lu-rn. n nvii ire u-ir ir i oi tuiiirrii iiii potui lined at lliu cudul lit, Mur.it will bv cull iiliucJ. ' TF.KMS OF ADYrRTISIXG. Ono Squiii u ilirvu Ihm-iiU u, i I , 0 ' J'ncli inliH.iiii.nl inoirliun, ,'ib ': l.'urdouu ,uur, . ,. J,l u . A lihoml tli'ihii'ii. n j: I cmtuletnyvtuly kilvurein-rn. All i.iUi-pImii.iii p )i.t!i; j...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 February 1861

[...] Speech of Ex-President [...] Speech of Ex-President John Tyler, of Virginia, Before the Peace Conference at Washington, Upon Being Elected Its Presiding Officer, Gkntmmrn: I fear you have com mitted a great error in applying me (o the honorable position you have as tinned me. A long seperation Iroru all deliberate bodies lias rendered (lie . rules of tlieir 'proceedings unfamiliar to me. while I should tied in my own tato of health, variable and fickle as it insufficient rcpon to decline the lonor of being your presiding officer, but, in times like these,- one haB but little option left him personal con siderations should weigh but lightly in the balance. The country is in danger it is enough one must take t the place assigned him in the great vork of conciliation and adjustment. The voice of Virginia has invited hor co States to meet her in council.- In the invitation of this Government Unit sume voice w&s hearJ and complied with, and the result of seventy odd years have ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 February 1861

Local Department. : Editor t'snuotrHAoa HOME UJDrjSTEY.M THURSDAY, FEB'Y 14, 1801. Probatb Ootbt. Judge Kalereu tered upon his official daties.aa Pro bate Jadge of this County, oa Mon day the 11th lost. Judge Jlewitt re tiring; after haying served, the people in that Curt, ever iiaoe its organiza tion, lie liaa made an efficient and faithful Judge, and preformed his du ties in a manner that has given cni vernal satisfaction. pETEESON'i Magazine, for March it on oar table, and a beautiful No., it is, every Lady in the country should have Peterson, the fubhion plates are fins indeed, we will furnish you this MtigRzina and the Democrat 1 year for $2,25 in advanco. Removal, Yuple & Mackey, have removed their Law Office, to the of fice lately occupied by E. A. Bratton, first door west of the Drug Store, Main Street. Our friends will find these gentlemen competent and faith ful attorneys. IIair On. All ye that want Whis kers, Mustache's, Goatee's, or a ball head covered with a beautif...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 February 1861

Our National Airs. S;WitW luu lecii en id nnd done htilr, iu the so (dining timet of liti ut' oar old national Nmisic,! .1 1 1 .1 1 11 ... . i. . that r? Jiuvo tliOiivbt'it would nut bu wiune letting to cur remhra to rclasli tjicir.ici'l!e:tii'n ol tho history vl' Icmo of tlioee familiar air. And Hi s about ti rue-honored nnd rfignciation bouoml 'Yankee Doodle.' JJutli huiiied research has been ix ieniJi'i! on tlic origin of this tunc, and various' aru tho opinions llnit have 1)vcn expressed umui this point. One authority has it that llu air was com posed by a Dritisli doctor, one Shuck Anrjr. ns lony no as tliu timu of thu Id French war in L'urindn, when the -Dihish rculaisand thucnU'iiial troops lotig! side by side, and that it wad ot ll(viii di nio!i ot the old lashii'iied nianui rs of the rovineials as conn lis ted with thu inoru trim and SoMlul) H uaraiicu of tho iviiIiiim. 0;hur thy tlmtliie air isna old us Cromwcll'i' time, and that it nuy he I'nund in the 'iltiS C'.d Alititj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 21 February 1861

in j!1 . i 111 ........ I AM . .. -TV i S ' m ' -I ; NO riBM. Big ifidilori.in Jial or . rt I me,' . . i: . iMir .6 was...,.. . it i ' of... Ts'.., TJ . OHTH, NO SOUTH. UXDEB THE fp-JSTUTTIOX BTJ? A : M'ARTltUE, YINTON COUNTY,' OHIO, FLPRUABY. flEp AISTENASqG OF TI1AT INSTBUMERT AND THE WlOJf. 21, 1861 n-TOj the hrJ a--.'rell.-T.O.Breer. c charge - .:; I- ---J come in am it', ni" nitiTTON TJrattoa'e Bnlldiof ,. Enet . Court llouee, Up Stain. 4 Wbetftfon. Jn d,noa ; r . . $1,00 to tbfc- ; ' - - Peniten8pr iiMontlnMd tintii.ii Trial, ov.rruii ih pillBI1,t ;ra,r,aau- 8U3peBao.Booju.vo,1, wnn,,v- r . i tliw Inwrtlont, ' 1,00 ' the recect 1 iwartloB, fit r.f A liberal deduction will bo mad to yearly drtlurs. All xlvcr'inonieutu pejfcble in ad tance or on demand. pyTlie above UrmimnBt be strictly com plied tybpeclal Nollcea, por)ipo,fiveccnts. la BUSINESS DlRtCTOM OF "VINTON COUHTT, OHIO. I.T. PLYLEY, Judge of Eiatiict and Common Plea Court. 7XBM3 OJCDISTEICt fOCr.T-Sspt.H, 1331. COM. riX...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 21 February 1861

Lincoln's Speech at Pittsburgh. fl ll sr h Lincoln's Speech at Pittsburgh. PITTSBURGH, Friday, Feb, 15. ' The followiug u Air.' Lincoln' speech, le)irertd at th MoBongahela Honso, thin morning: Mayor f WiUon, and Citizens ef Pennsyl vania: , ' - I meet coVdiallr thank His Donor Major Wilafl, aod the citizens of 1'ittsburgb, Reoeralljr, for thin flatter ing reception. It ia the mora grateful becaase 1 know that while it ;a not RiVen to me lurve, but to the cause which I repra aent, yet it ia given under circuraetgn cca which clearly prove to me that there ia good will aud sincere feeliDg at the bottom tf it. And here, follow citizens, I may remark that in every Sort addreis 1 have made to the peo ile, aud in every crowd through which 1 have passed of late, some allusion has keeu made to the present distracted-condition of the country. It ia natnrally expected that I should say . something upon this Subject, but to touch opon it at all would involvo an elaborate jdiMBsaion of a great ...

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. — 21 February 1861

Editor 'I - Hi it a n voa 1 If MW ODD aiton, In. Bjtha hold. Vrt fome $23,000 dn the 'T eretfrfibra com a in ihpar! thfa ram ' appealed. The other State ts rell.'T. O. Breeie. Found Guilty " arglirj, charged with eateriig of Wm, Whetstone, and taking foods. '.Bentefioed to three years im t in the Penitentiary. Mo- ted to, and sentence suspended to next Tera. ,' CC7 During the recent Term of our Court, V Eepnhlican of Swan Tp., beneath our window, who is at beatt ODDoied to a Tariff on the extract of a Corn, whilst leaning against a post, oloquized. Peor, hic) Bleeding, (hie) Starving, (hic)Dambed Kanins. snuit now (hie) be relieved by (hlc) a Duty on Coa- (hie) Coal, Corn (hie) and Grain Hep. (hie) Reapers at Chi eago. (hie) Hurrah for Link- (hie) Linkon. DC? Zaleski Literary Society, gave an exhibition on last Tuesday eveniog. There was a large crowd in attend ance, all Pared well pleased, and jrt livery creditable John Stv YAPLfasiBthe ATT'YS & C(,tOQnd y mass fyiLL practice a...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 21 February 1861

The Way I got Married. . V aVa'setf ami lufirm ineclicunl indiflj lia tortaitous courge .IottIt nti 'drtponclingljr,.. whoso bigjjard co.nthanc bor loo ditt'nctfy the traiti of grief and poverty to doubt for n moment his fceiiig a real object 01 charity. He stopped as a gentleman approached is an opposite dirtctioD, took his hat from liis head, and solici ted bjr a look and a trifling inclination, of his person (needle, indeed, as the bnru'en of his roars hti already per formed that office,) a pittance. If o netictj vra taken of his silent apDlica tion; mechanically the hat was replac ed and he con tinned bia way. I ex pected, nay, wihed to see him exhibit eome sign of disappointment, but alas! th frequency, I his refusals had iu ured him to meet theoi at least with external unconcern. lie stopped again al a enrraige draw up to a large honae, and which des cended severally, three elegantly at tired females; now, thought I, your mate appeal cannot be in va;n. I vi as wrong: they ente...

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. — 28 February 1861

;! V i i .- t , fc." 111 1 k I " , i o'.i' 1 i I sei r 1 NO NOIITII, NO SOUTH. IK DEB THE CONSTITUTION, BUT A SACKED MAINTENANCE OF THAT INSTRUMENT AND THE UNION. VOL. 9. M'ARTHUK NO." 28- ll'l mi irTTfa' 9 i . pcblishedTvkby tuuksday by E. A. & W, E. BBATTON Office la Brnttou's Buildings, Eat of Court House, Up Stairs. , TERMS OF PUBLICATION. One Copy one year, In advance, 1,00 If not puid aftersix months, 1K If not paid within the year, . - tW Ko paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, uulosaatthe option ofiha nublinhera. When tho paper is not ordered dis continued at tha end of the year, it wul be con tinued, j ,TI?nM9 OF ADVEnTJSINGi k -. Ons Square three insertions, ,l0 Each additipnal insertion, . .. . M "" Cards one year, . t Kotices of app'U E. Adms. Oaard'n, lU ofSottlomcnt .' " J.00 Attachment notices before J. P. i00 Editoria 1 notices per line, t37"A liborul deduction will be made to yearly fcdvert'mom. All advor'iscracnts payable in ad vance or on ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 28 February 1861

bielipe. IJvo you ever watched beside the dead, kar reader! Da you know ltU)8 to tee a form which once n fall of lite and mirth lay like a marble block before you! 111 sweet emotions frosoo within its ennkca eye, and those changeful and well loved expression which charmed you so in life settling into that fixed and rigid smile which, even in its beauty, seems to forbid your gaze and tell yon that jonr past, in what Ties there, is blot fed out forever. Oht if you know the grief of such a scene, I need not tell you what 1 felt s the hours of tho next cad nigUvroro on toward the morrow. Ilis watch lay on the rnantlepiece, ticking as busily as ever. Ohl how strange it seemed, to thiuk its mas ter's hand wonld never rest open it morel I looked upon it; the bands were pointing to the hour of three, the night was over, and the miserable day was close at hand. I tamed away and walked toward the window. I was loiie, for 1 wonld not permit another to share that vigil, and the tears trick- ted...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 28 February 1861

eparlmc'nt. . ' yAx .1 ll lit ' WVjrp'Y 28, 1801. . Ii now in a fluur- ier the management of at last a school that la .out town and County. The 4 all7rt striving to attend to their iuties, and are well qualified for their posi tion!. Ourfriendiin varioua parts of the county bire now In excellent opportunity to give a good education to their aom and daughter! without lending them away from home. The higher departments of this chool affords excellent opportunity to those wishing to qualify themselves for teachers. That Babt. We wish U distinctly un derstood, that the fuse kicked up in another column, Is not to be a charge on the local de partment of the Democrat, no sir'ee, nary a time, we are not guilty of such indiscretion; nd if tha old man makes a fool of himsel f having babies, we can't help it. We think he had better wait now till times, takes a funs. Amestid. Philip Cotter, for Injuring nd destroying a portion of the" ZaUski.Saw kill, before Esq. Caldwell, on the 35th inat Disc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 28 February 1861

Miscellaneous OUR FLAG WHEN WE PART. Obi what will beome of that lag when we part! Shall It droop o'er the tamb of our nation! Camel Shall It tream o'er the wreck, when each nope of the heart lias abandon 1 the wrack to oblivion and shauiel When the banner of glory forever la furl' J. Khali each gem be re-sut ami translated afar! Shall the brighlcoiii'Ullation (hat lighted a world lie replaced by a distant and desolate atari Kather heap Iti proud tropblos, and orer thsra cust This all ofrnrhonor-thia shroud ofonrshsme; Fire the ilcl Mine the ahes abroad on the Mart 1 aj born amid storm let it pcri.hjn flame! Speech of Vice-President Stevens of Con. States. MONTGOMERY, ALA., Feb. 10. The lion. A. II. Stephens euid in response to a serenade last evening: Tor tliongh wo meet as strangers fVoni different and indapeudent States, ire aro once mora citizens of a common country Allow mu briefly and sin cerely to return my unfeigned thabka tor this compliment. The state of my health and voic...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 7 March 1861

anr rl llr Fl III NO NOItTII, NO SOUTH, UNDER THE CONSTITUTION. BUT A SACRED MAINTENANCE OF THAT INSTRUMENT AND THE UNION. VOL.9. M'AllTHUE, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MARCH 7, 1861. NO. 29. 111 ...111 IIII . Ill III . ItlVT- Mr-i I I k-4 I I E 1 . i . lis trm a i rw I a ii 111 ii 111 111 in i if 1 1 &it Sifl$rlj)iir .gcinotrat. PUBLISHED EVERY TIIUKSDAY BY E. A.tV W, E. BRATTON Office in Bratton'e' Buildings, East of Court House, Up Stairs. ITERM3 OF PUBLICATION. Ons Copy one yesr, In advance, If not paid after aix months, 1,80 . . . i . t nil ,il DO. palU WlUUiU -I 13F No paper will be discontinued until U arrearages are paid, unless at the option of Hit publishers. When the paper Is not ordered dis continued at the end of the yoar, it will be con tinued. ' TERMS OF ADVERTISING. t)neSqoare three Insertions, 1,00 Each additional Insertion, ,25 Cards one year, "fin Notices of app'ta Ex. Adms. Guard'n,"1-0 of Settlement .' " 1,H) Attachment notices before J. P. 1,00 Editorial notices p...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 7 March 1861

INAUGURAL OF President Lincoln. In cotnpliiiiicu with u custom us old a the Govern mi nt itstll, 1 appear he luru uui to nddrcs vmi hi icily and to tuko in yuiir i-tvstiii'u the oatli pre- mili'il by t lie Constitution o. tin United States, to bo taken by tin President before lie enters on tho ex edition liis cfiiee. 1 do not con sider it neceseary at present for me tu discuss tliose mutters ot administra tion ubout uhieli time ia no special titi:iity rr i-xeitiment. The nj)iiliension ecciub to exist nmorg the people of die Southern States tlmt bv tli ficccsoion of a Re publican Administration their prop el tv and their pca.-o and personal se curity arc to be endangered, and there never has beer, any reasonable cause for any sneh apprehension; indeed, the most ample evidence to tho contrary has all the while existed, and been open to their inspection. It ia Ibuud in nearly all the published speeches of iiim who now addresses you. 1 do but quote from one of these speeches when I decl...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 7 March 1861

Local fccimrluicnt. "1ENCOUHAOB HOME INDUSTRY." THURSDAY, . MARCH 7, 1801J OCT Katal Rats! Not Court Llonue Rati, but tlio regular Norway's those that destroy our cellars and all that is put In tho cellar or garrets, and that destroys more grain for every farmer in Vinton, than would average the kecking of ono hop, for every farmer in tho county, far particulars sco Coaster's advertisement for tho Eat Exterminator. This is tho best arti cle. rjCTBny Aykus Cherry 1'ectoral, for Concha. Ayer's Sahsaparilla for Scrotulona complaints, and Aykr's Pills (r all .tho purposes of a Pur gative Medicine. Lincoln's Speech at Philadelphia The train with Mr. Lincoln and mite arrived at Kensington at four o' clock. Tho procession consisted of monn- tod iiol ico, a cavaicaao oi citizens oi nil dcRcrirtions of politics and tho Pennsylvania Diajjoons.tho chairman of the Uommitteo and Presidents of tho Councils, the Committees of the New Jersey and Pennsylvania Lt-gis lahiros, &c. Mr. Lincoln saiJ...

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