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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 13 July 1855

it . w v tiis a.i fin LfisrvsaJ I :i 1,11-1 i v,a f'3'.';?irv'.:''?;..'-' isim v-- .-. ir--fi rn mm m ir y ora ro VOL. 3. M' ARTHUR, VIjNTQN CO., A f ACRED M AINTNANC E OF THAT INSTRUMFNIT akjt O.TDAYTJlfi ? m of the best workmen in the Wast, we are prepared to sup- 8Y zsaljTboot and shoFwahehouse, fB j BUCKEYE BLOCK. FRONT STREET. rORpMOUTli. OH 0 Avl their extensile FALL S slock laving beta parch. M in the election ol quantr ami sizes auupicu w . - . , ,,riof inducements this Fail, and are determined not to be umlersoU ther in New York. PhiUdelphia or &imre . J tensive stock oi wools ana TRT II ITS AND "Winter Trade. Merchants and Furincs Owuers vUiting our uf, TOCh, cons.sunj or ... . . TJ- ao ""? snoes win uc iuuhu . CAPS. The M'Arlhnr Democrat. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 51,00 ytr yt.nr, and if not piyed within the jeer, 83,00 Kill be charged. Tliese Terms mutt It strictly complied with, and no paper will be discontinued until all arrearage are paid, unless at the option of the ...

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. — 13 July 1855

TOE MS.WFSS DIRECTORY1 t - Mww...- - . . nil ,1 li VINTON COUnr vl i .. DiiTT iai! of Probate Uourl W.L: EJDMI ST 0 N .Cler k Com.PUos Court K. F. BINQHAM.rrosecuiins Wm.TISUE, Sheriff. -'. . JOSEPH MAG EE, Auditor - ' ' " J.SWEPSTON. Treasurer. , JAMES MALONE, Reio.der. . .. , . ; KELSON RICHMOND. Surveyor. GEO. ULLOM. Coroner. .. County Commissioner, -J DOWD, J- KINNEY, & JOHN SWA1M. School Examiners, 0. T. GUNNING. G. W. SHOCKE tnd E. A. BRATTON. 1 . TT IRON FUKINAOX,o, . yith their Post -Office Adresses. dt 4- Co. Manufacturers-t ,iL !...iu.of Iron.1 lUamden. Rfds Mill P.O. ' ' Stanley.' Ecniley Eaoli Fcisace. Co. Manufacturer, of the best quality f PUlron. EaBUPo'tOff"-"-, ' 1 ..lW rarrlDS. IS mi- ars eon- Manufacturers oi H-,it,i0 thi, 0M. Iron, vmvon f -, [...] STATE TICKET. Co Reed's Mill Post lor Uottrnor, B,?B'U1I. HI EDI LL. For Litvttnant Governor, JAMES MYERS. For' Suprsmt Judge$, WILLIAM KENNON, ROBERT-B. WARDEN. For Auditor of Statt, WILLIAM D... MORGAN. For Trtut...

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. — 13 July 1855

BLOODY RIOT! In Columbus, on the Fourth. One Man Killed and Several Wounded! In the midst of the msny conflicting rumor about the turbulent end ftttl transactions of the Fourth, it hie been difficult to gel el the beginning, the mid die, tud the end of tbe melancholy affair. From the most reliable perions with whom we line sonversvd, we learned that the procetsiou of the Germani pass ed along Front up to (own.and thea over to High street, with the national flag at their bead, the red banner, which to causelessly led to the collision of aome weeks since, was born by the Turners who marched in the procession preceded by the Bund and the Military Company. As the processgin passed along Town street, it wes greeted with all sorts of insulting shouts, jeers, and abuse by various crowd, gathered at the corners, As they marched along High street, the nois in no degree diminished, the crowd in town being uuusuallly large, and uo little aid being furnished to awell the disposition to riot, do...

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. — 13 July 1855

"Do they Miss Me!" Do the j mUs ine at home? Do they miss me 'Twould be en aseuiance most dear, To know at this moment some loved one Was taring I wish he was here!' To frel that the group at the fire6ule WJurc thinking of ine as 1 roam! Oh yet! 'twould be joy byond measure, To know that they missed me at home. When twilight approaches the season That was ever sairod to soup, Does come one ifieat my name over, Ann figrt inat 1 tarry so long? And is il.ere a choid in the music, That's missed when my voice is away 1 And a chord in each heart that maketh Eegret at my wearisome stay? Do they place me a chair at the table, When evening' home pleasure are nigh, And limps aie lit in the parlor, And sturs in the calm azure skr, And when tie -Good Nights' are repeated, And each lay him down to sleep, I'o thev think of the abtrnt and waft me A whiskered -Good Night' o'er the deep? Do thev miss meat home! Do they nuts me, At morning, at noon, and at night' And lingers one gloomy shade round uV...

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. — 20 July 1855

-,- " ,- ff,.rLruuwvvw ' f f'MI I'M! HarT.HI ! ,),, lYUSXQjy CO., 0. ffltlDA YJinYW-S J'SSJIS HOLLAS tEIt AASUM. IN ADVAKCS. NO.:48 the; M'Arllitir Democrat: f - "TtflM80F BtTBSORIPTIOWt i 81,00 pir jor,nd i nut juyed itUXintht ltatfc,2,QC) willlitthurstd. j .. t , i- , . These.Txrm .ifmlbt strictly, complied with, and no paper wtfl be discontinued yntil all arrcuraget are paid. ,unlcfi at, tht option Sf the publisher. 'V' 1 TEEMS Or ASVSRTMiWi CT'i square, thirteen lines or less first three ins&tions ............. oo ' Edch udditionul inaerlioH" 23 partus one ar...... ... ii A liberal . deduction will btmodt $on.&dverti3iiif In the, near. , - ., .. 13,00, toper- .,Jili vdicrtitimtnts payable in aiivanctor on atmupa r "AjfiitS.forthB "Mrtliur Drmof rat.". v Ihi rollwing'den'tlcmen will Recelre and Ptcelpt 'll ft ( :; W'U. TATlWr .,Jso, Cv-iRK, Sr., J. Bloir,' J. GlLLEK, , , "' Ad'am Lykit, v It ESOM,: '5':' II I II liamuea Furuace. . Ml. Fleafiint.-, Harrison .Township Dioer...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 20 July 1855

thui open wide the door to proselytism, and it trill put tlie church in en Attit ude far more attractive it the victim of n unjustifiable crusade tliuu it it et ill entitled to assume from itt intrinsic chums. How lung is the world to oe learning the lesson en J never coming o the knowledge of the truth, that ell means but reason and love to filed the opinions of men, only result in streng thening attachment t their original conviction 1 The principle of thit op position to Popery it viclious,' and the itiora completely it i rarried into effect, the tii'ire disastrous will be the result. The more complete the political victory -over Popery, the more it will be bene fitted. The only effective s it it the . only lawful,- geueral, and permanent .agency of opposition to the I'opiah Church it the true Protestant Church of Christ under its various forma. We hive i)0 light to complain of the ineffic iency of a means until we hate emp loyed it and fully tested all itt capaci ties. Let the p...

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. — 20 July 1855

.66 '49 .1 W. B. Thrall F. M. Wright having received a ma jority of all Hie votes cast, was declar ed the nomine for Auditor of State. Balloting for Secretary of State re. suited as follows, S. Nash..........T E. R. EckUy...., R. Marsh J. W. Riley FIBST BALLOT, L L. Rice J. 11. Baker 75 W. T. Bascom 63 W. B. Fairchild 13 11. Kirby jrj N. H. Van Vorhes 33 N. W.Goodhue 25 Oviitt Cole 35 J. A. Moreton 20 SECOND BALLOT. L L.Rice 83 J. 11. Baker....... i69 W. T. Batcom 48 W. B.Fairchiid H. Kirby 4 N. II. Van Vorhes 41 OviattCole 3 J. A. Moreton I N.W. Goodhue 29 There be'iLg no choice, numberof candidates withdrew, and J, H. Baker was declared the nominee for Secretary of State- The convention next proceeded to nominate a candidate for Treasurer of State, which resulted as follows: FIBST BALLOT. W. II. Gibsou 149 J.- A. Briggs 81 D, Rhodes 13 A. P. Stone ..90 F. Burr 1 R. Hatten 56 C. Comwell 10 A. L. Browes 9 W- P-Young 10 SECOND BALLOT W. II. Gibson 207 J. A. Briggs D. Rhodes 5 A. P. S...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 20 July 1855

[By RIQUEST.] Forget Thee. Forget Thee. TO MMS PHœBE—. i Forget ihet? U to dream by night and muse '-'-. , : thee by day; IT all the worship, deep and wild, poet's fc ' heart can pay, if yrajsrs in absence, breathed for the to heaven's protecting power, 'IS n-lnenl thmiollttf fTlht flit til flu-M thnii. sand in an hour, : - . If busy fancy, . blending thee with aU my uac,ioi, . If this thou call'st forgetting, thou indeed shall be forgot! . V .". I! w ! u " -l ' ' Forget thee? bid the forest birds forget their sweetest tune ! -Forgot thee T bid the sea forget to swell be- ' neath the moon j Bid ihe tnirsry flowers forget to drink tlx i v.;r eve's refreshing de j .Thyteif forgel thine own dear land, and id i ; ' mountains wild end blue : "?oje each old familiar fuce.each long re . V. mewbercj spot j 5 Whtrt these, things ' frEl if l,icn ;i J: thou shall b forgot! Forget Thee. TO MMS PHœBE—. WIT AND SENTIMENT. a Good Onk to Go, 'Paddy, ho- ,'will ye buy me watch?' And is it about sell...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 27 July 1855

m ; . ,T""r- J.f' " W!J PEVOT.ON TO OUR COMMON COUNTRY - i - ' VQL-3- M'AimruirwroN coTWVimAYrjffrzn Nolo The M'Arthur Democrat. TERMS OF BCBSOHIFTION 81,00 per year, and if not payed within the lur, 82,00 vill be chared. I lust Terms muni be strictly complied' wifft, and no paper will be discontinued until i arrearages are paid, unless at the option sfthtpublhher. TEEMS OF CCT" One square, thirteen lines or Ins first thru insertions &f 00 Each additional insertion 23 Cards one year, .83,00 A liberal deduction will bemude toper sons sdvertislngby the year. All vdvtrtittmenls puyublein advance or aemapa Agents for the "Mr Jrihur Dcmocrut.' Th following Qemlemtn will Rc1t ind R.e.ln for Subicuptioni ana Adartliemuf, for 1I1U I a. Pkvton Cox, , Wm. TaYLLR, Jho. Clark, Sr., J. Bloeb, J. GlI.LEN, Aoiu Lyam, J. Eaeom, Hanidcn Furnace, Mt. Pleasant. Harrison Towuship, jsioers store, Wilkesville. Swart. Knox. The M'Arthur Democrat. POETRY. Ladies' Stockings. I. A clothes line in yonder ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 27 July 1855

THE DF1 OCR AT. The loin of the ProWr inlhf Supreme law . AMD THEIR MOTTO, '.'LIBERTY & UNION!" . K A. DII TTO, Fdllor. BaaaV1 HMKTIILR, JULY 27, m, v. n. rALMiiii's Rwifipr Stbicrljitlm icd dvciilf tag .g.ncY PWUAUKLPHU, IW Yl'llk, 1'oMON Villi H.M.- TiMoni.14 our ainli(nifil aiii ill to ieeitv and receipt fur 6uUciijlioii mid advertisement fur! tlie UKMUC'RAT. BLAMi. DJ J-LS, HLAMv iiOKTUAUl-S and all blank requirttl under Iht Jus tices' CtW.for Justices of the I'tact. ore con stantly kept on kund aud for sale ul this Of fice. " PllODlLK OF. ALL MXlJii. is ncdv td at the very highest market prices, tn Sub scription or AdicrtiuMcntii,iLt thin cjjke. Monty is not rifusid. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, . MED I L L . For Lievttnant Governor, JAMES MYERS. For Svpremt Judges. WILLIAM KEN N ON, KOBEKT B. WAKDEN. For Auditor of State, WILLIAM 1), MORGAN. For Treasurer of State, JNO. G. BRESL1N. For Secretary of' State, WILLIAM TKEVITT. For Attorney General, GEORGE W. McCOOK. ...

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. — 27 July 1855

AYER'S Ire cnring the Sick to an extent never before known of any Medicine. . INVALIDS. READ AND JDCGB FOR T0URS5LTE3 JULES HAUEL, tu tha .U know. p.rfun,.,. of a bund at aliuoat av.rv t,.!,! y, . F"ucu "I m hainiv bi n ..f '.... r. ' " .. lucid, with m in beli.vinf tun ow. no,- .iir,di. Tbjf ar. not an .Actual bu ..r. and i Ja l. J. C. Ata Sir : I liar, lata, your Pill. lth Bi. la tin aurlnt a r I ."an ov.riakaa 1 aav. a..d your Cli.rrv lVcior.1 m.i,. ,,, iB fcroily for cojmln.nd cold, with unf.il.,,.' .ukm. Yoi U. u..d:iu. wbicli ., ,d I f ft . plaaaiiri "m jour ruM cutei wi woiai.ua you lot III. food you 111 v. dou. ud r. doui.." V P1"?." ' ""in my tp.t,mouy to th Jfflccy of your modini,.. L.viug .l.riv.U v.ry u.i.riil fcn.li frmtliau.aof both your P.ctor.l ,.d C.tlutrti. filla, I ui n.ver without tii.rn In my family, not .11.11 1 atr.rcoua.ut to Im, wliil. my m.iu. will procur tli.m." J wonh.'l'. 5rj5i ? 8- m VH. Wt. U.vini u.id yHir Cavm.Ttc Piuj. In my prartl, I nif from .ip.r...

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. — 27 July 1855

From the Ohio Statesman. Triumph of Judge Myers over his Triumph of Judge Myers over his K. N. Persecutors. TOLEDO, July 14, 1855. Editob 01 the Statesman Our Court rf Common Pleti is now in region, and he Know Nothing conspiracy against Lieut. GoTCruor Myers bat worked itf-ell out. Judge Myers aud his counsel were read) end anxious for trial, and had they been allowed to make a full invea ligation into the midnight plotting of this proeriptive order, ihey would he diacloied some startling (nets, showing the order capable of committing almost any act of atrocity to accomplish in ends; and that its members while acting as Jurors regard the oath taken during their midnights orgies more binding up oa them than thosa edniiuislered in our Courts, thus prostituting our Hall ol Justice to mere engine of j execution corruption, for the purpose of destro) iug the reputation of political opponents who have the courage sod abi lily to ex pose and denounce iheir order as it des' serves, and the...

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. — 3 August 1855

NOfn"H' N0 SOUTH, NO EAST: NO WEST, tmnrn THE CONSTITUTION ' CUT A cxcnrn auii7rviu. ' . . LCCIii---- E A- BIUTTO.K EDI roil A NO PKOPflETOlT TrTTf rT" VOL. 3. M' ARTHUR, VINTONQ7(Oim5A Wl. HI l il m 11115 ill ill 111111' UCniOCral. ; TERMS Of SUBSCRIPTION t fcl.OO per yeur, and if not puyrd vithin the ,ear, s-,00 uill be churned. These Terms mutt be strictly complied Kith, and no paper villbe discontinued until all arrearages urtpaid, unUsa at the option sif4lA..l.l..L TEEMS OF ADVERTISING, OTT One square, thirteen line or lean (nl three insertions cf q6 Each additional insertion-'" 25 cords one ear, $3,00 A liberal deduction will btmadt toper tons tdvertising by the year. . All vdwrtistmeiita payable in advance or mn scmuiia JgciiU for the "Jlrlrthlcmwrot."" Tli following Qamliaian will Bacalva and Rtcalpt . Tevtok Coi, -,Wm, Tayleh, Jso. Clauk, Sr., ' J. Bloeb, - J. GlLLEN, Adam Lynjt, J. E.uoii, 1 la in ilea Furnace, Mt. Pleasant. Harrison Tovvnshiy liioersaiore, Wilkesville. Sw...

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. — 3 August 1855

THE DEMOCRAT. mj x lbeTotie of "the Ticiilr isthf Supreme Uw AND THEIB MOTTO, E. A. 15 11 41 TON. ltfitor. JUuayu rf r nr rrnrr""""" ------- M M'AHTMH, Al'CL'ST 3, 1855, V. B. PALMER'S Kwtppr Subscription sad AthrtitUlDf AgmT 1'UILAUILPHIA, JSew VoKK, BOSTON Ulld lS.tL- tiuobe, it our authorized agent (o receive and receipt for subscription and advertise-meut for the Democrat. ITLANIy DEEDS, BLANK MUilTUAUES XJ and all lilunkts required under the Jus tices' Codeor Justices uf the Fence, ore eon stunlly kept oh hand and for suit ut this Of fice. tR 01) ICE OF ALL KLYD'ii. is ncelo id at the very Itighevt market puces, on Sub scription or Advertisements, ut this ojjlce. Monty is not refused. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, WILLIAM A1ED1LL, or RunnELD. run LIEUTJKANT OUVSItaoR, JAMES MYEKS, or Lcca. rOB AUDITOR OFtTATK, WM. D. MORGAN, or Cou mbiaka. rOR SECtETABT Or 6TATK, WM. TREV1TT, or Fhasklist. rOB TREAFUBER Or STATE, JOHN Q. BRESLIN, or Sexua. rOB JUDGES OrTME SUrbEME COUR...

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. — 3 August 1855

Shooting Affair at Bloomington, Indiana-- Shooting Affair at Bloomington, Indiana--Know Nothingism at its old Tricks. ihooting affair com off io Bloom lo&ton on th. 23d inst., which, though ktppUj ending without tba pilling of blood, hn been the ctuie of no litiU ex citement tnd of much tilk- The facte of the cere, ei we gither tbrm from pritetr source, ere about ai follows: A Mr. A. B. Carliou. one of the ed. Itoreofttie Blootningtou New Letter, was returning home from a friend's, wnere ne nau seen visiting a young lady acquaintance, ou the eveuingof the 22J ioet. be was most brutal assaulted by aeteral Know Nothings, the connexion of whom with thai secret organisation, Mr. C. had previously publicly exposal through the columns ot his paper. The darkness of the night was intense, but through it Mr. Carlton barely escsped with his life, from murderous missiles, consisting of Urge stones and heavy pieces of iron, that were hurled after him by his cowardly assaulters On the day lo...

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. — 3 August 1855

RAILROAD TIME TABLES. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. SCIOTO AND HOCKING VILLEY RAILROAD. CHANGE OF TIME. ON tnd after Friday, 1st of June, IS55, Train will run as follows, to wit: Train No. I will leave Portsmouth at 9 'clock A. M. and strive tt Jacksou at 12 O'clock M. Returning leave Jackson at 1 1 'clock P. M. ami arrive at Portsmouth at 3 o'clock T. M. Traia No. 2 leave Jackson at7 oVloca A. 14. and arrive at Portsmouth at 11 o'clock A. II. Returning leave Portsmouth at "J P. M. ana arrive at Jackson at 6 o'clock P. M. Trains atop only for passengers at the fol lowing stations, to wit: Sciotoville, Webster. Washington and Gallia Stations, Portland, Crow Roads and Irwin's Station. J. W. WEBB, Superintendent. June 15,'55. 2c-tf. COACH & RAILROAD LINE. COACH & RAILROAD LINE. E W SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. ON AND AFTER liL lb55, a Daily Line ol Mail Coaches will run regularly between McAr thur and Dyer's Station; as follows : Leave Mc Arthur at & o'clock, A. M., pas sing through Hairide...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 10 August 1855

..Vim-.-? 11; L ill tl-t- 'j- ...r.v. 'NO NORTH. NO SOUTH, NO EAST, NO WEST, UNDER THE CONSTITUTION;" BUT A SACRED MAINTENANCE , OF THAT INSTRUMENT AND TRUE DEVOTION TO OUR COMMON COUNTRY. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORXIXG. V.. .4. BIlATTON DDI Toil AND PlCOPUICIOlt. TERMS: ONE DOLLAR PER AXXUM, IN ADVANCE.; ' VOL. 3. M' ARTHUR, VINTON CO., O. FRIDAY, AUGUST M, 1855. NO. 51. 11 MlIllCR DEMOCRAT. - TEEMS OF 8UBSGBIFTION I tsf.OO per year, and if not pjyed tcithUthe yar, 62,00 will be charged. Thcac Terms must be strictly complied vith, end no paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. TEEM3 OF ADVERTISING, i. OCT One square, thirteen Una or less first three insertion" $1 00 Each additional insertion ' 25 Cards one year,..'. 63,00. A liberal deduction will be made toper tons advertising by the year. All vdvtrtistnunta payable in advance or on actnata Agents lor the "Jlcirthur Dcmor rot." Th following Gentlemen will Reel, and Receipt l...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 10 August 1855

THE DEMOCRAT. Uetoitc of ihe Tcople inthf Siiprtiue taw AAD THE1H MOTTO, C A. DltATTOX Editor. SI'ABTDIB, ALCLST 10, 1855, V. B. PALMER'S NwijMptr Subscription and Adrtil!iin( Agtncf PHILADELPHIA, New YoKK, BohTON aild Bal timore, is our authorized agent to receive and receipt for subscription and advertisement for the Democoat. ITLANK. DEEDS, BLANK AIOKi'UAUES XJ and all Blanks required under the Jus ticca' Code, for Justices of the Peace, art con stantly kept on hand uud for suit at this Of fice, PRODUCE OF ALLhlXDS. is rtcctv- td at the very higlunt market prices, on Sub scriptions Advertisements, ut this ojjlce. Money is not rejused. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. TOR OOVEBNOR, WILLIAM MEDILL, or Faiiuield, run LIEUTl NANT GOVERNOR, JAMES MYERS, or Luca. 10B AUDlTOn OF STATE, WM. D. MORGAN, or Colimiuaka. TOR SECRETARY Or STATE, WM. TREV1TT, or Frankli.v. roa tbeasuhku or STATE, JOHN G. BRESLIN, or Se.veca. JOB JUDGES Or THE SUPREME COCKT, For the full Term.) WM. KENNON, or Belmokt. (...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 10 August 1855

Pittsburg, Maysville & Cin. R. R. The Director of the Fiitsburg, Maysvilla and Cincinnati Railroad Cornpaojr have just published an exhib it of the BfTairs of the company, and urge an appeal to the friends pi the en terprise to purchase the domestic bonds of the company, to create and adequate basis for a half million loan on the credit of the company. These bonds run six years with in terest. payable annually," at the rate ol seven per cent, of their'par value which is equal to a ten per cent, investment to purchasers. The American Railroad Journal speaks very encouragingly of Railroad bond. It says, "In a few instances where coupens have not been paid, the bonds have been issued ia violation of what may be considered infallible test of the goodness of a security." The editor states "that the original costs of good roads does not exceed 25,000 dollars per mile any increase should be in consequence of an in creased amount of business." The original cost of the Pittsburg, Maysvil...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 10 August 1855

RAILROAD TIME TABLES. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. SCIOTO AND HOCKING VALLEY RAILROAD. CHANGE OF TIME. ON ami after Friday, 1st of.Jiine, Ib53, Trains will run as follows, to wil: Twin No. 1 will have Portsmouth at 9 o'clock A.M. and ..rive at Jackson at II ! VeJockM. Reluming have Jackson at U 0 clock I . 11. and arrive l IVrtsiuoulti at J o'clock P. M. Tram No. 2 leave Jackson at 7 J o'clock A. M. ami arrive at Portsmouth at 1 1 o'rlot k A. II. Returning leave Porismwih at 2 I'. M. and arrive at Jackson at 6 o'clock P. M. i rains stop onlt lor passengers at me low lowing nations, to wil: Sciotoville. Webster. Washington, and Gallia Stations, roitland, Cross Roads aiKt Irwin s Station. J. W. WEttB, Suiiiuteml. n'. ' June f5, 55.-2c-tf. COAGH & RAILROAD LINE. E W SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. ON AND AFTER yTlTl. .Monday. June 4th -eVSC 1S53, a Daily Line of Mail Coaches wilt run regularly let ween McAr- tburanu Myers station; as follows : Leave McArthur at 5 o'clock. A. M.. nns- iring through Ha...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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