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THE M'ARTHUR DEMOCRAT.
EDITED BY E. A.[ BRATTON
THURSDAY, Febuary, 14.
tf. . FAKVUi. Ae ,C8 4A Si. C.
ffhnnli, iimr culAcmcd grnt to ftturt
aJvi ii'inrvt nrrf mberptiv.
CiiAtl Li J &LLLL ibOUV.tuthor-
ttfd Agit in iti lev (ottcty Adttr
tu(' tfid tiecn'; ficn.
Democratic Presidential Electors for
WILLIAM KENNON, Jr., of Melmont.
ALEXANDER P. MILLER, of Butler.
1,T. R. !. KELLOGG, of Hamilton.
Id. HEMtY F.SLDAM, r-f Hamilton,
i'u. DAVID ( LARK, of Montgomery,
i.u J- II. THOMAS, of Darke.
fnii. EDWARD FOSTER, cf Willisana.
Oth. M1CHAFL H. DA VIS, or Llermont.
7th. WILLIAM CROSSEN. of Warren,
fern. WILLIAM KERSHNR, or Clark.
9m. CrOt'.OK E Si LENA, of Seneca.
Itm. LEVI DUNG AN. of Jsckeon.
.hsu ALFRED McVEIGH, of Fairfield.
19th. JACOB SLYH, of Franklin.
13ra. JOHN TlFFT.of Huron.
Mth. JOHN C. MYERS, of Ashland.
i9th. JOSEPH LL'RNS, of Coahocton.
16ib. JAMES M. GAY LORD, of Morgan.
iTm. BENJAMIN F. SI'RlGGSof Noble,
JSth. ALI'IIONSO HART, of, Forteg.
lira. HENRY II. DODGE, ot Cuyahoga,
1(th CEO. G.GlLLETT.of Ashtabula.
i;t. GEORGE COOK, of Hanson.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT.
RUFUS P. RANNEY.
BOARD OF PUBLIC
COMMISSIONER OF COMMON SCHOOLS.
Lie No. 3.
We sre compelled this week to notice
the third whopper from the lltrold
here it is the Herald says.
In thw inf tance, c rerson only waa in
fcudrd.of whom the JuJg' himKlf. (MtniBS
JudW Hewitt) ' '
x..rkfd that ht wiiL difficulty rersutd-
mj him it HoaoTthiiia at all in the line of
VA M (J -
Now, we have not talked with Judge
Hewitt as to whal his conversations
with the Editors was," but we believe
that the editors have stated Jahtkood
when they sav, that the Judge ssid,
that he with d'iffii ulty persuaSfd us to
to anything at all in thtlint ofovr
duty, as Pro's. Att'y. -The Judge
never used any snh language, mark
We have wailed now a month to
hear the charges irom the titrald a to
dirlii-tion of dutv.but the cowards
dare not late ine music. ucwuu
say to our leader that it was with dif
ficulty that we could come to the con.
rWion to tile an imformation in one
esse in the Probate Court, because the
affidavit was insufficient.the rros., wit
cess, however, endorsed lor the costs in
tliocaKf, in the face of what we told
him, to wit: that he would eventually
have the cobts to pay, an opinion we
still entertain, tlii? was before any ques
tion was I'ectrk'd by the court.
Will please excel tour aincere thanitf
Icr a lie ml ortuiMiiwra irum wu
iscn Tp. The Squire la.oiie ot our
wnnii B-dtn oi raib who spares no pains
lo Ktruifiiate ihe rnn iple oitne de
mocratic tarty in openoay. iuug wj
he He and reau a rich reward
If eviy democrat who can would do
hue ite, the cause would be material
ly advanced iu Vinton. ' 1 " - .' .
More Mineral Knowledge.
More Mineral Knowledge. SALT LICK FURNACE, Jackson Co. C.
February 5, 1856.
E. A. BRATTON, ESQR.
Sir. In the
Mintral Btyion Utarld published at
AjiAiU.ui O, ol Jai.' 24. ult. 1 lie
tiieil-e icllowing announcement,'
San Lii'l Fimw'cc, "e.r Jat-kson which
hABieprai prearaiimis for runn'iuR with
aioor-cul. ittniik i iu lUe Standard, tor
aiowt-chopieim. to ctmm-nc wiih, iriereby
.i.,i.,iuiu itx-irnaut of lulh IU llKilf
pew plan. Tiey have not aada eveo a Uial
Kv what authority the H raid Edi
tors arrived at tlieir knowledge, by our
advertiseioff for woodclioppera 1 Know
u,t th,m 1 fin kjutw. we have not
iiMkitinv nl nur nets vlant at Sail
I.lck Furnace, as the ftlitorf 'rfs'ice?
trtd, neither have wa acknowledged
our want ot faith, or inability to make
Iron with ttont coal, neither shall we
do so. until we shall have made a lair
and loll trial ol our Jackson county
Now to give tliese Inouini editors
a chance to extend their knowledge, I
wilt tiirt aa: thai at Uw-roirimencemeiit
Of OUr UI. IJIIW
Dumber ol woodchppp.rs, because we
intended aitd o coi.Mruttd our lurnace
that we ioud work either 2tonecoai
or Charcoal; and as we have a portion
.a iimbrlaiidf. (Iiat we wish to clear
i p and cultivate, we shall cut the lim
tr iiito cord w ood, that is, if this ar
rangmint will suit (he knowirg gen
tlemep of (he Herod, I lioe they will
aiquiew 'in inrfib dorur."' ' '-.
E. A. BRATTON, ESQR. A. GRATTON.
I sos. Ohio.
Tbe lest lltraU tyt:
"A ansa (end wMrr editors follow th
sew tile,) ksrttodiaw romMtisoosc ta
lent unci. Ihm KBietliinc round him.
with which t ia very familiar, ov which 1
wtoet in actonleoce with hi own general
train ci tnoccht. end u.eetriofe an aug
gestrd, either by hi diai,osilko, oetura, hab
it oi associations.
Just to,' and when you called ui
numaculla" "rascal' &c, wV were
rrrtain that itirse terms wei suggested
Ly your "qentral train of thouthh,
and we may add general depravitr
want of truth and eiber species of
The manuscript of (he Hon, B. P
Hewitt address to tlie Lyceum was re.
ceived two late lor insertion Has weai
we will publish it next wee,
Best Joke this Winter.
I to bear the LiMer-y editors up
rtreet, talk about, "Wise men, i. e.
ourselves "men of small minds," i. e.
our opponents. "immoral men Vul
gar slang refined natures, high minded
associations &c. Wonder it the same
individual, (hit wrote all this hifolutin
Isnguage, is the same , some time ago
remarked (hat mechanics should not
associate with (he Letter classes. and
(hat he was astonished to see such
mixed ud Aristocrscy is Mc Arthur
now has in it, that (he smell of sweat-
in? (oil. and of (he shop, should por
irude into (he nrewnce of ihe bttttr
btrn, perhaps (he Herald can point
out Hie chap. AS it is ownea ana
controlled by a mixed Codfish and
Shanghai Aristocracy. We suppose Ihe
editors will throw themselves bacar. up.
n their owl like dignity, and sing
Another Lie Nailed Down.
Our resders will see in (his paper a
communication, w hich w recived to
late for last week of Mr. Gratton one of
the proprietors of Salt Lick Furnace
in Jackson county, which gives the
lit to (he Herald of the 2 1 ult. The
Herald haa become ' notorious of late
lor mispresentation and falsehoods
about almost every thing.they refer to.
One thing we assure Mr. Oration and
his asociates of the Salt Licx Furnace
Company, it can do but little harm,
where the character of the editors it
x novrn for scarcely anything they say
in the Herald is believe, unless there
is some other evidence of the truth of
their assertions This is not the only
case in which they attempt to injure
their neighbors, for instsnce in (he
very same No. (he Herald in speaxing
of Jaciaorv says
'But the Urminus haa become a elation
the stopping-place has become a pawing-throiigh-p'.ace
Jackson has coaneuted to
remain a towu. .hough lor a lime a lana-
cioua value v as placed upon it, yt it has
btrn immf nsely improted.
Will ihe Herald point out a single
instance. o which property in Jacxson
deteriorated in value? This course ol
reasoning goes (o show that our rail
roads reduce t eprice oi property wnen
completed. Is this the truth? We are
credibly informed that there ia not a
sinijle iuatahce in which property has
changed hands, at a reduced price since
the completion of the railroad to Ham-
den..- Y r the editors add to me pe
culiar advanages of the Geological or
Aericu tura interest of Vinton oy mis
representing- the advantages and worth
ol their neighbors? we tiuna nor.
We have had our political ainerences
. ... a a fW
with the Standard, but we can aeiy
a relerenre to our colume, for g ar three
years that we have conducted this pa
per, to find a single instance agajnst
the advantages ol any ot our
neiehborine Towns or Countie?, and it
is a fact that many of our bestbuisiness
men have expressed regret.at the vuia
iwamovt course pursued by the htrald
in this radicular. In concluson we
hoce to hear of no more misrepresents
lion and abuse of the advantages of our
neichbrrs, iti the : htrald. What il
Jai vsnn Co.. should everv inch turn
- - ....'. ,,.
out a goldmine, will il tare i roni mi
ton, a particle ol her untold miners
Wealth! . , " -
On Fiii' ,ernina Uft. quite a number
M u I HWlirOi iJim miiiguuig iii mil iuun
try, rli n intj,d at a 'rullud puwon,'
on a ( tnt'tf a crrtaiu incivility which he
cum d-d iotrds a c tuple of ladis of that
pltrr, held a meeting, and proceeded, umler
ihraeniruca of J mint Lctb. lo aJ minister
uih ebar repretea t alive a slight caitiea
li i'.'i' 'le .m tun il Lit; ins-lies, w til lata
on. will) a Rood covthidi. Ve understand
ti KBtence wae executed" hi a rtKjolliotiw,
and bv a JuU e ol tbereaoa. The victim
was securel r jrd, iu a stooping poeUira.
f. . ...k.U .4... k. j:.ui ..i:,.k iL.
II ia flmB !c. . u uiauic um uc ukhi iiciwi uic
eerloriiiaace very well; but tne tummtrv
punud'nient herumi ved was, vary likelr,jot
. t VTt L - 0..'-. .
teteie euuUni,rrtin,s;oaeeiWv, -,.
: In taxine a.ciu-sorv view of tne a
bove paragraph we supposed that the
facte therein atated must have happen
ed in eon iemoU village In Texas on
the outskirts otcivilization and hat the
lamons band iot "Regulatera" which
were lor so long a time a terror to tte
better class of citizens ot that state were
still in existence ruling with arbitrary
and fiendish power. But no! it oc
curred in our own freealaU in Blon.
ingborjf known far tnd near as the mo.
del' Village in point , of morality,
Village boasting ol fts philanthropy i(e
love lor the cour slave, the dowii-trod-
den aiid oppiessed. That .hot bed ol
i ii ion tree soil and .abolitionism. One
ol the greatest denote ia the under
Would thei nave aarea ioijuch
white man for a like offence who had
friends and money? ' No! but when the
culprit is a poor despised negro they say
fie, upon your laws; and pounce upon
mm wild ail die niaiienuy oi oeruoui
and execute a sentence having its pre
wder.t in a barbario Do not our !TS
'aws make ample provision in such
case.? Then if we profess to be la w
abidingcitlaen. why notledhe law take
its course. But to go more clearly, in
to the details. These "Regulators"
meet in (be school house a "temple oi
learning" dedicated lo (tie acquirement
of koowltdge and the cultivation ot
the social virtnres and wilhfcuoch sol
emoitypass through the proceedings
ol a sham'triaT.aentence -is pronounced
and that (oo. it is said, by a deacon of
(he churchl and executed by a Justic
of the Peace! Shocking! that Justice
is a libel upon his office and tne name
He ahould be a conservation of the
peace. It is his duty to suppress all
riots and mobs within his jurisdiction
ohich has a tendency to disturD tne
harmony of aociety. What does all
(his show? why (hat away down in
their heart is that murky pool ol preju
dice sesinrt (he Alrican which they
have been striving for a litetince to
conceal which, on this occasion has
manifested itself in all its hideous dai
formity. Oh! consistency! thon art a
Not Quite Dead.
Ii k.rina Kn renorted (hat Dr.
Rurna. a rr ident of H'aahineton Ter
rilory, who has taken the field against
the Indians, had been kiiiew, . M
succeeded in conveying to civihd
society the following contradicti0"'
Please contradict the report lat 1
was killed by the Indians on We061
day last. I killed aeveral with m
own hands. They hunted me thro tUe
bruah for one mile with dogs and li8ht
ed aticks and every one that carried
lighta 1 shot. The only wound I got
was a skin wound in '.lie forehead from
a buckshot. I lived in the brush on
leaves, and shot an Indian this morning
lor his diied salmon and wheal, at
Mr. Lemmon's. Give my respects to
Bright andRabbeson,and letthemknow
1 am safe-only I had to throw away
my boots and my feet are badly hurt,
Lost my horse, instrument and niedi-
cine case, iy none was shot in
he kidneys in the swamp where we
received a murderous discharge of balls
Not Quite Dead. WAR DECLARED!---FIVE REGIMENTS
Owing to the late hour et' which we
received the War Menage of Govtnor
Chassod Tuesday night, tre omitted
ihe following important accompiaying
tyAirsus and ritifNuen, -introduced by
Whether these regiments are to rend-
esvousal the reniunlisrr or Lunatic
Asylum baa not yet been decided upon,
but those who hats blaukets and beef
would do well loapply 100a to the Quir
ler Master Qeaeul for the sale of their
Huckster wsgona and washerwomen
will find steady employment and prompt
pay while the money lasts .
ficeiiible BDd Keioiulioo offered io
the House by Mr. Todd:
WutiiAc, It is a matter of eeneral
oottriety, that Kansas Territory is be
tug invaded, itom time to time, by
hordee ol hostile ruffians, who are plun
dering and destroying property, butch-
ring tne innucent inhabitants, in Ihe
most cruel end wanton manner, end set-
lag at open defiance all those sulesand
principles which ought to govern the
laiercourse ot men with man. Ana
Wmaaas, the Executive of the U. S.
bee been appealed toia valn for protec
(ii That it is the duty of the
State ol Ohio, in the. exercise of
ita "popular sovereigty," through its
General Assembly, lo raise, arm, ana
equip, five regiments of voluutetri; to
provide all the necessary provisions,
munitions, and pay, for six months' ser
vice in Ksnsis, to preserve the peace
end protect the settlers from the depre
dations of the land pirstss who infest
Execution of Bennett in Louisville.
We take the following from the Lou
isville Democrat of Saturday:
Geoge Bennett was hang between
eleven and iwelva o'clock vesierday, by
Sheriff Mejtowaa, ia obedience to the
sentence of the lew. Early in the roor
uing a large crowd of persons gathered
eround the jail. Toe prisoner w as quea
tionrd by some f our influential cit'.
sens, but pioteeled bis innocence to the
last.- He wae conveyed in a close car
riege to the place of execution, where i
la rue number of perrons had gthrred.
Kev. Mr. Adams, who Las been his
principal adtiser, delivered a fertent
praer, and. the culprit again protastd
hisinuocence of the saurdtr of Multeu.
Bnuu dle( in full faith of an Immor
tal future, tie huot . about seventeen
minutes, when bis body was taken down
His neck wes broken. . ,
; The following, wriiun by Senoel'
was banded to the iJalltiu by Mr. Ad
a msi i , . t. t
"1 am in hopes (bat .the people of
Louisville, and the world, will , find at
some dav that 1 afwa ioncctai of the
murder of Thotflas Mullen.. I thauk
God that i am innocent of his death.-.
Mr real flame ia not Beiiuelt, but Geo.
HusTuer. 1 wae born in Germany end
brought lo '.hie country by ray parents
when very smell.
and they sealed
- -My falher died first, sad I eaunot
remember any motners apuearance: yet
I have some recolLecaoa of her death.-
I have a sister and two brothers. My
sialer i the oldest, and I am next to her.
1 Xoxgive all my enemies, and em sorry
for all my crimes. , 1, think if I had Ihe
influence ot a motbei's love 1 would not
have been here. I hope that any whom
1 have harmed will forgive me.
GEORGE HUFFNER, Jan. 13, 1856.
Volunteers Falling into Line.
j Brotiier Bxi, of the Buirwt Ftru
was in town yesterday seek log a sailil
ary commission from Go. Causa, to
aarve io tse&ansae war. S.'einicw.
GEN. CASS'S INJURIES.
GEN. CASS'S INJURIES. WASHINGTON, Feb. 8.
Aa Oenersl Csia wee leaviag the pat
eat Office this snoralng, he felt dewa
upon the eteps end waa takea to the
National tlrftcl in an Insensible, con
dition. When taken ap be was bleed
ing at the temple and month, and ii
as feared ihet hie skull is fractured.
Dree. Millet end Garertt were ummon-
ed to hie aid. and he has since recogaii
ed eose of bie friends. Hit armcis not
broken, ae it wea at Brat feared. '
,-: Both llouaes adjourard yeeterdey ov
er to Monday nest. At the adjourn
meat of the bouse a motion to proceed
forthwith te the election of a printer
Later. General Cass, after the wound
ia the bead was drened, slept sound for
aometime, this evening symptoaae ere ell
favorable lo his recovery end he is lying
much more comfortable. His frame
was much injured by the fell and the
danger ie oi iufhramalioi, coupled with
bie advanced age. Were he a young
mau there would be no danger.
A-lady correspondent of the Saiamit
Ba$n, writing from Wsstiiugtoa.seya
'Washingtoa haa a remarkable socie
ty. bo -ultra 'tasLiouable cjo sey
who ie to be numbered emoue the 'hewt
ton,' The lady with her seventy thou
sanaa year, just from ran a end mg-
nifcentlr dreseed.siis and converses
with the wife of some member who,
devoted to her children, has never be
fore left hrrrude home.
Wonderful condeanenslon 1 for a $70,
000 lady, just from Paris, to speak toe
wife of en American representative!
Bah! fudge! ne on euch ioaaVs. Trey
who might this nch'y dressed the 970,
000 ajyear lady be V The wife perhaps
of eo me alow who hss drivtn e success
ful ealoeis busiuese. or whose quack
medicine has brought him a'priacvly
fortune, or the rise of real estete left
him by a grandmother who kept an sp-
pie or beer stand on the corntr, nas
made ber rich. Is wealth to be wor
shipped 1 Is this tbe Moloch, H whose
undoly shrine a young American wo
man ie to bow us to a false deityt
The home society of Washington is
excellent, but whet mules many who
visit there make of themslves.
There are thousands of 'ruled nomas'
ell overth's !snLpOhio, presided over
American woman: wboae finely etc
tivated miads' and varied iutellectoel
gifts, and elegant manner, and graces ol
persou, would draw lu any court under
properties acquired by briue, ia wbicb
pork has been'salted for a length of time,
we find in the Boston Trautir, As
it is a common practice with some per
sons to use brine a secone time for pic
kling aud other purposes; these facts
should be remembered :
M. Rejnel. of tbe Yelerinsry Srbool
st Ayort, Frsuce, communicated to the
Imperial Academy of Medicine in May
est, the results of investigations upou
the poisonous properties acquiredhy thi
brine, efttr a considerable length of
time, in which oork or other meate
bed been sslted or pickeled. Although
the nature of the poison ia Involved in
coneidereble obscurity, its existence is
clearly demonstrated. Th. no!sonus
properties sre scquired in two or thrie
months alter the preperalion of the brine
sud ita use then, mixed with food for
any length of time, even although
in small qusntites, may produce death.
A simple solution of salt i-i water, after
the same length of time, does not pro
duce the same effect. The poison acts
as a local irritant, exciting violent in
testinaf congestion and inflamruationj
it like wire increases the secretion of tbe
skin and kidneys, and exerta a direct
effect upon the nervous system, -giving
rise to trembling, loss of sensation, cou
vulsious, &c. Experiments were tried
with it, in the veterinary school, upon
horses, dogs, and pigs.
BcaaT Auvi . A letter in tbe New
Orleans Picayune, deled Decuiber 25,
written from Lexington, Mississippi.
K daughter of a very worthy gentle
man, while riding on horseback to visit
a neignoor, was assauuea oy a negro
man who made the most hellish. attempt
to violate ber person. She suuggled in
bis demoniac grasp until her strength
wss exhausted,- until she was sadly
bruised end lacerated, when a gentle
man tame in sijht. The negro fled, and
the gentlemen carried the almost lnani
male girl to ber father a house. After
depositing her there, hi raised the el
arm and tbe people hurried out to hunt
the negro. They were not long in find
ing biin, 'He belonged to the Wede e
tate- Shey brought him into the town
of Lexington, end then, the must public
street, chained him to a suke end
burnt him alive. It ie thought the
young lapy will not snrvie her injur
ieo,' - 1 .
Diane OuTiaocOue of the most
dering outrages that has ever been
committed, occared beta Tuesday night
last, about half past etzhteclo ck.
It eeeine tbet a German white girl
aged ebout li years, accompanied by
her liaise sister, both, living in the
family of Mr. H. W, Earnest
vhile returning , frowi tiie rump
with a bucket cf water, was grossly ius
ulted by aire t negro amed Jssiab Haw
kius. Tbe airl resented it by throwing
-vaier wpoa u-. iaa- amain
v A il iu P ainaawaa na nrrad has a i
ae w a wawwawj JE. SVflh W W laCaa
.Vwuldbsv succeeded lu hie hellish de
sign oui iui iu tfies or ner nine aiaier
which drew aeveral gentlemen to the
spot. The scoundrel ran upou their
epproacb. but was overtekeo and ar
rested. After a sever csstijitiun foi
hi iusolenc to them, he was taken be
for I u tic Arthur, who fully coos
milted hiss to jsil toansaer th charge
Some on ia th ui,aborhood of
Cleveland tells the Herald aa almost ia-
credible story ia relation to U weath
er of the. 9:b ult. He says "it was
so' cold that the cows bad to be drive
in' the koos (o thiw their bags kefor
We learn that a large nuaorr ( coun
terfeit HO bilts on tbe .'Agriculirel
Bsak of PittsflelJ, Mere , beve recently
beeto put in tirculation in this State.
Savers! arreste have been made of par
ties who have baea detected in passing
these bille in different Statee. Kaep a
sharp lookout for them!
Counterfeit gold dollarajof the follow
ing Jesciip'.iuu are in cirouletiuui
It is the smaller of tbe two sixes
of the coin. Ae compered with the gen
uine, . it is a shsde darker and of a less
delicate Snish r Tbe points of the etare
are not so sharp, end there ie a general
bluntness of the reliefs. Tbe date of
tie price to which we refet is 1852.
There is no ring to it when dropped on
a herd substence, like that which is al
ia tched to the legal dollar.' , .
GOD MADETHB MOON FOR US.
Docter Jonsby has completely neutralis
ed the popular opinion of tbe moon's
being inhabited, end thereby destroyed
the basis for Locke's celebrated fiction.
By employing Lord Ross' Telescope, he
wea enabled to discern objects of from
60 lo 100 feet iu height, Not e tree, e
habitation, or a factory can be detected
upon tbe entire disc, And thst which
is etill more srsnge, is the fact that
there is oeilher sea, ricr, leke, or oth.
er evidence of water; coniequenlly, bu
men life cennot be sustained.
MAKKIKD InPenna. Mr. Wright
to Miss.'Belterway. Mr. Wright had
nodoob'.read Pope's Universel Prayer,
particularly the following :
'If I am atoHT, thy grace impart
Still in the right to slay T
If I am wrung. 0 teach my heart
To Cud the Bstrsa-wiT
We thiuk this Mr. Wight went a
little further then rope, we believe
If we the Truth endue,
That the aforessid Wright;
Upon that vs'y night.
Found the Better-way.
The St. Louie (Mo.) Herald ssys that
wekot two sgo.a w ealthy young Ten
nessee planter took pesasge for that city
at Paducah. Ky., on board tbe steamer
Helen Mir, and on the passage succeed
ed in gaining the sffections, and Coaly
accomplishing the ruin of a young fnd
pretly girl on bosrd. By some means
the ostttr wss suspected by tbe boat
men, who through some of the lady pas.
sengeis, obtained a veriucniion oi taeir
suspicions. .They waited on ihe plan
ter end told him lo preptre to get mer
ried or be put ashore on a sand bar to
freexs to death; then made the boat fast
at Chester, HI-, sent for a justics,-wbou
they pulled out of his bed, and in a lew
minutes the pair were married, and the
sum of 4, 50 exacted from the bride
groom to treat all hands. When last
beard from, the utwly married couple
were at Barnuin's Hotel, St. Louis.
Cosvtiixxi ABsavsikitNT. The in
genious French milliners have invented
a hoop of India rubber, e .hin tube iu
point of fact, which can be blown up or
collapsed with great fa:ility, to auil the
convenience of the wearer. When a la
dy wishes to pass thro a door, or outer
carnage, or euy other narrow piece,
she touches a spring, which opeus e
valve sud allows the air to eactp.
When the ledy enters a place roomy
enough for the fashion, she haa only to
nut a delicate little pipe to her uioutn
nd blow herself into the required shape
Could anything be more charming.
The Journal ot Health ssys: First
A msn out ol mouny can t be happy.
2nd, A man out of health can l be hap
py. 3d, A man without a wife cannot
be happy.. Therefore, I beve come to
the conclusion that the best way to be
happy is to tske care of health, keep
out of eebt and gat a wife. .
On Monday eight a lady of this city
visited a cotlee-house in sesreb of her
huaband. f where she supposed bun to
be,) end on inquiring lor him wss en
swered rather insolently by seme of the
tnmetes of the eroeitery, whereupon the
lady procured a pistol, returned to the
place end fired two shuts through the
window at the crowd, but fortunately
missed sim and no harm wss done.
LagraHgt Mo.) Bulletin.
A PxTaima lanus. While en
gaged in excevsting recently upon the
Milwaukee cc La Cross Kail Koad, near
Schletengerville, Iowe. the workmen
came upon the petrified remain of ah
Indian, and with the remains some sin
eulsr relics of olden times. The bud)
wss perfect, not having suffered by do
cey. His height, at the present time
would be considered gigantic, messure
ing seven feet two inches. On bis breast
was a plate of copper, on which were
enerared numerous hieroelvphics. the
meaninz of which can hardly be imsg
ioed. But there they are, a record of
Aif the peat. Could these hieroglyphice
be read, thev mitthl. perhaps, unveil
som of th mystery which hangs like
dark cloud over the history of tbe red
men. An errow of considereble strength
and curiona construction wss also found
with him, and especially invites the el
teuton of antiquarians. . .
DIED. on the 13th inst. at his late ri
idence near Hamden. Mr, John Yager Sr,
kiti 80 vears. The Deceased was an exenv
plary member of the Cempbellite Church
and die i esteemea py au wnwioww mm.
WANT. 4000 SHINGLES, for -which
tbe ftitKft J'riu will be given at
v, ; e. a: BBAf'
BLANK D EELS, BLANK MORTGAGE
and all Blank$ required unitr tht Jut
ties' Code. for Juttice tf tht . Peace; are con
lly kept Aasi and or sals of thk OJJUtl
' " 01 YOKES. . . iit
1 aQTANKEk Ox Yokes, at th Gilt-lw
1 0 LENN1NG, CiMPBilli CO.
The subscriber In announcing their sp
nointment as Munegers ol the above Aasocia.
tiou, for U advancement of the-
in this country, frrl justified In atatiof that
Fine Steel Engraving will be plaied before
id Amtrk-ao public, whit h.in beauty of ex
ecution hv been unsurpassrd, and at a
price unpeulleled either In the New or Old
World. - - -. - -
4 nt ieownopclitan.auit Iu ibia view, th
Artis slothot Aruerica and ruro a rebound,
Inge th er to pu tn imrLS woithy ol tte
sge. ' r '
The rpgtavirgs will he isr-ned oicntbly,
co ounienciug from the First of Dec tube r
aadtuding First of January, It 57,
with the ...
PREMIUM EKCH AVISO.
The purchaser uf twelve Engravings caa
rath nxnih, jriie fifty tenia, v. ill eulitUd
to reic, si a i n kiiunt, the grt at ettel eu.
WAS HIKGTON AFTER CR08 8INQ
Site 14 x 0. Fxeru'td in the first style of ert,
FEOM THE t RIGINALI'ISION. BT P.
O. DARLEY, -
An American Artict unsnrpasaed in lllua
traiiog the History of 0'ir Country., mmmm,
Persons ileiiring to act as i geuls for oV
taining subfrritere.by apply inn lo ihe under
signed, and staling the liMality they wish
to occupy, will be furnirhd rirculer givicg
terms, w hich are rxieeiiingly liberal.
All parcels dflivered fru of espreaa, post
or pscking charges-
GEO. HOWARD & CO.
mn-LTON STREET, JY. T.
WHOLESALE PRINT PUBLISHER
And Maaaraa tmrcra or framaa ui Moalltif t.
I will offer for sale ae administrator of
Moes Ray deceased. upn the premises cn
TUl'PSMAV TlTRITsnV 04 I DSA
w aa at wwwssts s w www
A FIRST.CLASS FARM.
ISO seres st the late reeidenc of th deceased
tueted ou theMariet'.a and CinuinnstU,
Railroad Twenty miles Eaii of ChillicotheO.
on the line between Yinton and Jackaon coun
ties. Suit farm is supposed to abound la
Coal and Iron ore has about lift seres cleared
good soil he wed log house well watered good
timber snd every wsy situated so as io o
most valuable fur in lor agricultural
purposes- At the seme lime snd Place I will
rell 13 Lots in the Town of Kaysville to wit:
Nps- 3. 17, 18, 23. 24, 26, S7, S8, 7. 8. ,
10. & 19. A number of said Lots front co
tl;e railroad end in good locstinus for build-
Ing ox bussines purpose.
lilE 1MITIO DEMOCRAT.
J.C1TKD 1KO ri'fiLlsHKO BT
EDWARD A. BHATTOa.
Offict ontdocr tott (J tht Covrt
TERMVc F"UBf CRIPTION t
1,00 ter yror.iindi no, jycd vitkintk
tor. v,uu usui ot enartea.
Then 1 imi msl be itrtctly eomvlUd
with, und no pnper will be diecontinuei until
ill arrearvg($ are Jma, vhs l IM ojiUn
if the publUhcr, '
TERN' 8 CP LUrVTitllr-C.
rrr Une equurt, ria lint or luilrit ,
thru iiitrturt i (W
Euch additional initrtio if4
Currfe one tur, 3,00.
A liberal deduction uill be made tovsr-
tis tdverlining by thtytar.
All aavirtiiimtnt payable in oavouci er
We ate lieiaiid to utmte, upnn tb
shortest notiie, in tie neatest rr.anijeraud on
th cheapest trrns..kll kiucs d rlu ai
oru;y juu l lui iiu,sci.n s
Handbills, Planlt. Brief:
Vardt, Ticket; rrogramM,
Circular: toutert, CArca.
BUI lltudi, Lubtl: lorn Bill,
qc, j e., c.
CTT" We repec tfully solicit the i nntl
pelronsice of our L'eicocralic iiiruds. end ,n
others lemiirtu work, in Vinton county.
Agents for the "McArthur Democrat."
Thfuluwii&n.ni,BiUBt.i at Baaatsl
let kiiutct.)iieit at"- cuiini,oii, ici iw
p , id yiuion baaatr.vsia.
J. J. iULIhON,
J. M. ASOli, .
Til TO0 UX,
J no. Cusx, Sr.,
"FOR VIM Of. LOlMi. t F 10
b. P. HEWITT, Judge ot Probate Court
W.L: LDMlSTON.CIerk Com. Pleas Cou.
E. A. B RATI ON Prosecuting Atlornsy
Wat. TI8UE. &hei:ff.
JOStPH MAGEET Auditor.
H. PAYNE, Treasurer.
JAMES MALONE, Recorder.
NELSON RICHMOND, Surveyor. ,
(Vacant,) Coroner. .
CD. GRAY, J- KINNEY, &JN0.8W AIM.
bicliool Lxanuners, '
0. T. GUNNING, G. W. bHOCKEY and
. E. A. BRATTQN, . ,
With tlieir Post Office Adresces.
Cibcisati r vasiack, Wesvlall.Stew
ert o Co. Meuulavturers ol lb best,
quality of Pig lion. Usmden, Reed
Mill P.O. . .
. Eaoli Foaaicx, Stsnley, Bentley c
Co. Manufaclurere of the best quality
Machiiav!?i,,I58. ?siov, who am
DUrln Err ood lliiawaia, dmatmut. Bo,
r-. ... l.
, . tnderflnrtg i
f--MtAaiHtiii. John S. Hawk, J.K.4 D
Will, TomliuKin 6c Co., Owen ixwd, . A
Bratlon,J.cE. Lwlge.bUdea tx Eejnold.
hAMuw.-beui. Lilt, D.D.I. Hard, H. St.,
Moore, J. B. t W . B. W lllson, W m. C
tileaboo. , ,
.'; Vn,XEaviuM.-S. S. Murry, John Gillen.'
Cline ct Uardtei, Feliouoc Laatley, J a me
Bleakely, Can &, Strong. ;
Au-intiViLtk. I tier Miller, Marcus Mil
'sr, Joseph Wilcox.
Mt. I'LMkiaT. Phillip 8in.
Psausvillb. bweinmoi twijeion,'
;.iii'k Mili.J. Blovr. ,
ButXHisaua' hiat. William Tisue.
: Vibto Fvaascs, Means, Clark & Co'
Manufacturers ol best quality ol fif
ircn, Viutou Jfurnace I'csi Cfi i.
Haudkb Fvsbacby Fit Tail b. Co.
Rasd's Mill PosiOSe.