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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 8 August 1861

Eccentric Hospitality. Daring tho American war of 1813, a soldier who had been wounded and lonoraWy discharged, being destitute u:ij leiiigj.tod, knocked at the door cf e a Irish furui'ir, when tLe rblluw .2 ? dialogue ersneJ : Patrick AcJ who t!o divil are you Row f ' Soldier My name is John Wilson. I'jftrick Aud where the divil are ;;:! ,?oicg .'mm, Joha Wilson I .': ilyr- Fro:-.i t!.9 American army i. V.r.-:, i t. i u-.ti. .! . !.at do you want Vr,? deuiio: -'. va-.t shelter Lero to aisfit ; wiii jt-u purmit aia to spread my blanket on your floor and sleep to-night 1 - Patrick Divil tako me if I do, John Wilson. Soldier On yemr kitchen floor, sir! Patrick-Not I, bv tho Ilill o' Ilowth. Soldier In yonr stable, then f Patrick I'll be hanged if Ido that cither. Soldier I'm dying with hunger giro me lata bono and a emit ; I ask uo more. Patrick Divi! blow me, if I do, sir. Soldier Givo me some water to quench iny thirst, 1 beg of you. Patrick Beg and bo hanged, I'll do no such thing....

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. — 15 August 1861

.'JV-:?v'- VV Sir7- -i i i .- i- t" II, NO SOUTH, I'KDEIK TilE CONSTITUTION, BUT A SAUI WAISTENANCE OF THAT INSTRUMENT AND THE UNION. M'AltTIIUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, AUGUST 15, 1801. .. NO. 52, VOL. 9. If ': t trn r ic i ri i ti i;i $t$rinir Democrat. fCBLISIlED EYEUY THCKSDAY BY E. A.& W, E. IIHATTON Office in Bratton'iDulldmgii, Eattt Court House, Up Stairs. of TEUMS.OF PUBLICATION. On Copyoneyoar, in advance, f not puid after Bix month, , If not puid withiu the yeur, 8,u j v ., will he discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unlets at the optiou of llii Publishers. When thepaper is not oruoreu ui tontiuuedat the end of the year, it willbecou' tinued. .. v ' . .'.:.TEEM8 OF ADVEHTISINCl. -One 8qir three Insertion.!, Each additional inaertioD, .'5 Cards ono year, Notioeeofapp't Ex. Adma. Guard'u, l,oJ of Settlement " Attachment notices before J. V. Ifiv Editorial uotloes per lino, 0 HTA liberal deduction will be made to yearly advertisers. All advoiaemuute payable in ad an...

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. — 15 August 1861

?B$rijur JJcmacrat. A. BRATTON, Editor. McARTHUR Tni'HSDAY: AT'G. IS, 1801. E. Democratic--Union State Nominations. KOR GOVERNOR, HUGH J. JEWETT, Of Muskingum Connfy. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, JOHN SCOTT HARRISON. Of Hamilton County. SECRETARY OF 8TATE, WILLIAM W. ARMSTRONG, Of Seneca County. BUVKEME JCDGE, TUOMAS J. S. SMITH, Of Montgomery County, TREASURER OF STATE, GEOR ;e W. HOLMES, Of Hamilton County. COMPTROLLER, WAYNE GRISWOLD, Of Pickaway Couuty. BOARD OF TCBLIC WORKS, JABEZ W. FITCH, Of Cuyahoga County. DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. The Democracy and other Union men of Ohio, in Convention assembled, adopt and declare the following resolutions as the ha sis upon which they appeal to all patriotic Union and liberty loving citizens to unite end rally in the support of the ticket this day presented. 1st Resolved, That 'the civil war. bv which our country is at presont distracted is mo natural oil spr:n2 of miSKunleu sectional ism, engendered by fanatical agitation North ab well as South,...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 15 August 1861

Meeting of Three Months' Volunteers in Cincinnati. A largo rj'ecting of three volm.Uurs waa held at Short's Hall on last Sutmdr.y, 'hof for various reasons, declined going with their re giments at tho time they were trans ferred to three years' regiments. Daniel Dane was called to tli6 Chair and Wm. llorgan appointed Secretary. Tho following resolutions were re ported by tho comm'tteo and a opted by the meeting. Whereas, We, who willingly re Bponded to tho cull of the President of the United States to dolend tho flag of onr country, having lost all patience with th officers who are appointed to muster us out ol service, by which we would bo enabled to obtain our just dues that we may have another opt portuinty to servo our conntry tua wo volunteered not to remain inac tivoly in camp, but to go forth into the held and battle tor our rights ; therefore Resolved, That we demand of the proper authorities the reason why they refused to muster us out of set vice, our time having expired o...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 15 August 1861

Horrible Dream. We once heard ft laughable joko which a heu pocked lins on his iMrs. Caudle. He had borne Lor railing for many & long par, till, cno morning, while she was bluster ing away about wood, 6hort of pota toes, flour, etc., ho remarked very pa thetically : lJerusb, I had a dream last night, a very queer one, and it gives me Eomc uneasiness. 1 ureanica tnat i was taken sick ant? died." "Well, if it was no moro than that, Eaid tho wife, "I wish it had been move than a dream." "13utthis is not all," eaid the !ius J.nn.i. "I went to hell, and when I i i.i. eot there I innuired of one of tho 1 liniumu ui vn ' n.v. "imns for tho Old Devil himself arlk' I ehown lo Lis presence. ill'3 Old fellow recognized mo at once, and suid to me 'Have you comb hero to stay?' 1 told him I had. 'Well I can't have yon here,' fftid hOvfOr il you stay, when Jerush dies ewrll come and hell will be in an nproai all the time !" ' Boon after tho completion of the narrative of tho dream, there came ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 August 1861

" t 1! M I n m . t ISO NOIITII, NO SO UUI, UftDEK THE CONSTITUTION, CUT A SACIt JO MAINTENANCE OF THAT INSTIIUJIENT AND THE UNION M'ARTHUH, VINTON COUIflY, OHIO, AUGUST 29, 1861. VOL. 10. NO. 2. 4 1 A M Ml p f :sf i J H MAS gjfrrtlnir gnnocrat. I'LliLISUED EVEBY TIIUKSDAY BY E. A. & W, E. IUIATTON OIBc in 1J ration's Hnlldiog, Eat Court House, Up Stairs. of TEKMS.OF PUBLICATION. On Copnn year, In advance, Ifuol puid aftersix months, If not paid within thoyoar, 2,00 ry No paper' will bo discontinued until all arfearaKes are raid, unless at the option of I hs u linn tin rater la not ordered dis- cuutim I ' thm muLaLliui wear, it JU) t eon tinuud. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Ono Squaie throe insertions, 11,00 Kaeh additional insertion, .25 Tarda oua jour, Notices of npp'UF.x. Adnis. Unard u, l,rj0 of Settlement ' " Jttachmont notice before J. F. 1.00 Editorial notices per lino, 05 1ST A liberal deduction will be mado to yearly advertisers. All advertisements payable in ad- nooor on domuu...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 August 1861

e n3txtu democrat. ,1 1 , .J E. A. HHATTOX, Editor. McARTIIUR : tiivksuay AVfi. CO. ISO I. Democratic--Union State Nominations. FOB (iOKKXOR, HIGH J. JEWETT, Ot" Muskingum County. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, JOHN SCOTT HARRISON. Of Hamilton County. SECRETARY OF STATE, WILLIAM W. ARMSTRONG, Of Seneca County. SUI'REME JL'DCE, THOMAS J. S. SMITH, Of Montgomery County. TREASURER OF 6TATE, GEORGE W. HOLMES, Of Hamilton County. COMPTROLLER, WAYNE ORIS WOLD, Of Pickaway County. EOARD OF ITIiLIC WORKS, JABEZ W. FITCH, Of Cuyahoga County. Democratic-Union County Convention. The Democrats, and oilier Union men of Vinton Countv, are requested in meet in their respective township.? on SATURDAY, August 3!, 1801. at 8 o clock l ftl., to ap. point deleeates to meet in Convention at McArlhur, on Monday, September 3. 1SGI, to nominate candidates for the following ouicca; One Member cj Hit House of Represent One Prosecuting Attorney ; One Count ii Surrcjor ; One County Commissioner ; And to appoint Dele...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 August 1861

is-? I am no raoro of a military character than you wero wbca this war broko out, and my incompetency would be reudored aa conspicuous as yours. Moreover any report that I should make would gain little credence with your Republican friends. They would BU3poct mo of attempting to white wash your Administration. Will you pardon my presumption in suggesting a better method of ac complishing your vishc3 ? , Most peo ple will ask: "Why docs not Gover nor Dennison, if l.o believes ho has been unjustly assailed, demand a re nomination ut the hands of his party?" This accords with precedent your predecessor was indorsed by a renom ination, and if you should boldly de marjittho sauio measure of justice from the Convention which ia to as Bcmblo in Columbus on the 5th of September, it cculd not be reluscd, except upon the gronnd that they re pudiate and condemn your war ad ministration. If tlio party will make you its notnineo, I will engage that tho Democracy will sulfrr you to de fend the me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 August 1861

Where is it all to End? That's thtj qaa6tion tho people r.ro ftehiDg. TLcvnra w illing to pay taxes c-n their land, their building, their capital, their crc!i, t!uir income on cvL'rvthinz tliey tct. clnnk nuJ wear Hii'l they are willing to send tlieir sons into tho aruiy to bo maimed t'ur lite or alaiu oiit rtht in battle, in ruder to r-ava tho Uuiou; but tho question with then, is beginning to be. Will tho Union bo saved thereby 1 The people want to know whether this war is to beccmo a 6tnijrlo be tween tho North and Suutli tur suj-ro-rtincy and to kit tho relative military strength of the two sections. It' it is, tho bulk o! tho pcudo who pny the taxes and furuibh soldiers, want noth ing to do with it. They have to stom ach tr a Ecctional filit to detenu itn whether tho North or tho South thiill wear the champion's belt. Tho people want to know ui the Aduiiuistrution men, it', when they talk of "No compromise with rebels," they mean that tho Administration will entertain no propos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 12 September 1861

Id 1 f Mr-Mr 111 Mil I -J I I I M 1 1 1 111 .1 1 NO NOIITII, NO SOUTH, UADEH THE CONSTITUTION BUT A SACKEUl MAINTENANCE OF THAT INSTRUMENT AND THE UNION. VOL. 10. M'ARTHUll, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 12, 1861. NO. 4. Si (T-ljt IBtSrtJiir gcntotrat. I'UBLISriED EVERY TIIUKSDAY BY E. A. A W, E. BUATTON Office in Urattou'a, Bnildinji, East . Court House, Up Stairs. of TEIUIS.OF PUPHCATIOX. Ona Copy nne year, In ailvunca, 1,00 IfnotpaM al'torsix month, 1,5 If not paid within tho jcur, S,00 t3? No paper will bo diHconlimied until all arrciirnjos ure paid, unless at the option of Ilia publisliori. When tho paper i not ordered dia o mtinned at tli a end uf the year, it will btt cou tlnuod. , ,i TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ; . OnoSqiuiTO throe Inscrtlona. . . 1,00 ! ; 'KchalditioimlTnT!e!on,,''s,,'""- ,SS-i ('iinln one year, Notices of app'ts Ex. Adms. a Gnnrd'a, 1 ,oO " of Settlement " JtUclimont notices before J. P. 1,00 Editorial notices per lino, 05 137" A. liberal deduction will be niad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 12 September 1861

tfbc 'Htrldfjlir ncnCftrif "-r?;-. ..JZ.- E. A. UlIATTOX.KiuTcn. MoAliTIlUi: : TiU'NSDAY : : : :sijl'T. u, isoi. j Democratic--Union State Nominations. ion tiovnuNon, HIGH J. JEWETT,. Of AlujJdngnm County. FOR T.IECTENAXT COTEUXOft, JOHN O.JIAIWHALL, Of l.own County. 6iXUl-.TAEY OF STATE, WILLIAM V. ARMSTRONG, Of Seneca County. 8LTKEMB jmCE, THOMAS J. S. SMITH, Of Montgomery County. TREASURER. OF STATE, GEORGE W. HOLMES, Of Hamilton County. COiirTKOI.LER, WAYNE GR1SWOLD, Of Pickaway County. noAun or rvr.no wor.r.s, JABEZ W. FITCH, Of Cuyahoga County. Nominations. Democratic-Union County Ticket. for r.untnsiTATivn, EDWARD A. RRATTON. j r 05 ircvn :, at tor : u y , DANIEL S. DANA. SLKVEYCK, B.C. BTAINHROOK. COM'iTirSTOKER, JOHN DOOTII, For the Campaign. cur try pet us up n lict of rultcrlbcrs for the campaign! The Di;j:ocr.AT Elioukl bo iu tLc handb (f every man, if possible, in the conn tj; andlorlho purpose of facilitating its tii;cub.lion we propose to giyo it nt less than coit. Wo...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 12 September 1861

Correspondence Between Governor Magoffin of Kentucky and President Lincoln, Concerning the Withdrawal of Troops from Kentucky. Troops from Kentucky. No. 1. Troops from Kentucky. No. 1. COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. FRANKFORT, August 19, 1861. I j Ha r.irr!lrnry, Abraham Lincoln, Pres ident of tic Uu.U:'. States ; I havp the lioncr lrchy to rtccrcd it to yon Messrs. W. A. Dudley, aud F. li. Hunt, v.3 Commissioners on be half of the Stale of Kentucky. Tlio mission of tliusu gentlemen is explain ed in a communication transmitted tJironnjh their lunula, I take, plca3uro in cominundiug them to your consid eration aa gentlemen wlio well under stand tlio condition of public aflairs in tills State, and will present to yon fully tha urgent necessity of tlio step 1 have virgod, Very Respectfully, l our obedient servant. B. MAGOFFIN. No. 2. COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, FRANKFORT, August 19, 1861. To is I'icellencM.Abranmn Lincoln, I'rcs identcf the United U...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 12 September 1861

Acceptance of H. J. Jewell. ZANESVILLE, Aug. 25, 1861. WM. A. JOHNSON, Esq., Sets 1 Wen. olate ten. Commute Sir I am. in ri'Lvint of vuur fuvor cftboSth iost, advising mc of my - - - - j . "uoiuination by tbo Democratic Un-I ion Convention as t lie! r candidate for; the cfiiee of Governor at the ensuiugiiniate election," nnd expressing the hoeiings that I woul I accent it. Under ordinary circumstances, to lo nominated for tlie highest ofli;e tho gift of the people ot the third in tlio Union, hy a Convention 60 niim-elave croiraly attend. d nnd representing bo and respectable a proportion of the poodle of the State, would bo a market respect and conlidenco ol which any citizen iniglit leel proud; but in view ot the extraordinary and alarming state of affairs in which we arc placed, to bo indicated by any considerable portion of my fellow cit izens as a suitable person to discharge tho duties which must devolvo upon tho Executive of this State is the high est honor which they could co...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 19 September 1861

r - -ijrrn 7$ ii :M ,? '.'U . i nv nvniii! dvuiii, wnjc,u . si, vvflsijiuiivni Mil) M. bavuu ja AlXJL.nAlLU KJt XIIA1 insili umcir nu uiuui. VOL. 10. M'AllTHUll, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO. SEPTEMBER ,19. 1861. mpi . tr. i . ' . ... . i. 3J$4ur gnnocraf. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BY E. A. W, E. BliATTOI Office in Bratton's Buildings, East of Court House, Up Stairs. , TERMS.OF PUBLICATION. Ons Copy one yeer.le advance, $1,00 If net paid aftorsix mouths, " 1,60 If not paid within the jear, - i ,00 tW No pper will be discontinued until ell arrearages are paid, unless at the option oflh publishers. When the paper Is not ordered dis continued at tne end oi tne year, it win oe cou tinued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One 8quare three insertions, '-,00 . Kaon additional insertion, . ' fit Cards one year, ' - Notlcoaof apu'tsKz. Adms. Unard'n, l,oO " of Settlement " ttaabmeut notices before J. I. 1,00 Editorial notices per line, OS (ST A liberal deduction will be made to yearly advertisers. All advcr'isem...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 19 September 1861

E. A.BRATTON.EniTon. MeARTHUR THURSDAY: .:SEI'T. 1?, I SO I Democratic--Union State Nominations. FOB GOVERNOR, HUGH J.MEWETT, Of Muskingum County. jrrw TiwrTENANT OnVF.RNWt, JOHN G. MAKSIIALL, Ji Urowu (Jouuty. SECRETARY OF STATIC,' WILLIAM W. ARMSTRONG, Of Seneca Comity..' ," 6LTKEME Jl'PCE, . TUOMAS J. S.. SMITH, , Of Montgomery County. TREASURER OF STATE, "' ' GKORGE W. HOLMES, Of Hamilton County. COMFTBOI.LER, WAYNE ORIS WOLD, Of Pickaway County. 'boabd or rraito'- woiiks, ' JABEZ W. FITCH, Of Cuyahoga, County. emocratic-Union County Ticket. FOB KEr RESENTATI V E, EDWARD A. I3RATT0N. TEOSECUTINO ATTORNEY, DANIEL S. DANA. SURVEYOR, S.C.STA1NBR00K. COMMISSIONER, JOHN 'BOOTH, Rally for the Union. Rally for the Union. MASS MEETING. Tho citizens of Vinton County, art notified that tho Hon. JOHN G MARSHALL, Candidate for Lieut Governor and Wa 13. Woods Esq., will address tho people on tho crisis. and the position ol tho Democratic Union party, at McArthnr on Mon day the 23d inst., at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 19 September 1861

Treason at the Capital of Ohio !— Treason at the Capital of Ohio !— Strange Developments ! Tho Ciipilal'Cihf tact1' t ioltlio organ" ot Hie new iickutvJft batUrdny liusc urticio : j . , " Queer Doikos At THtiCAjr.l io New York uauor :.nra'nil!.rt.v''U The some tho meaning of ccTfalii gio-W- e carried on Uen'i Jt denco tho North arld.at tlni tuuUifiL' thosalool niiiuitious' of wnr fatvtho traitors, which is pnblialicd 5h fnl: it seems mat a mw. callui? hi insult nun mat a mm-calling liunsull itchcock liiia boeii the gl-tj jalif nrrAngciriant; a'nd Ita'sirtAt- A. Hitchcock in tho cntly bepn doi"g a r.erivy''nml a'fay- bu3inos"s! -Ainoa ft iutttrfi lihlialied,' is ono from tho Quarter mstcr General of Ohio, which, to 6ny tb lonst, has it very 6uBicUiie look, nil a still more euspfeiuua fono.' 1 Tiio Icier rcatU as, follow : i .',' ;, hut ) "IlEAO-QL'ARTKlfJliraiMnilTniy" Ana, of ami Yoi.unt'h iiif.'nn, 4tMn-'r'. Hilo ) iiiiUAaTi:n CIknk hal's Omen,'! tQipmons, i;cD.T.?,T?T. J :' A, Urj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 19 September 1861

Acceptance of H. J. Jewett ZANESVILLE, Aug. 25, 1861. Wm. A. JOHNSON, Esq., Wm. A. JOHNSON, Esq., Sec'y Dem. State On. Committee. Sir I am - rpcoittof your favor of thaStli iiist, advising mc of inj "nomiTyitiOa by the' Democratic Un ion Odnrention as tlioireamliiiato for the i.L ''of Governor nt the eiuming elect io' ' and expressing, tho hope tbtit I .oul'J accept ;t. Ujj'Jer or.Iinary circumstances, to Id nominated for the highest office in tlieift of tho people of the third State ml he Union, hy n Uonvemion eo mim civusly attended mid :firc8eiitiug bo largo mid naijcctablo a iropoilion ol the ico)le of the Stnto, woulJ bo a mark of respect aril contidenco ol which, any. c'tizen might feel proud: but in view of tho extraordinary and nlarniing state of -oflairsin which wo uro placed, to bo indicated by any "considerable portion of my fellow-cit izen& as & suitable porson to discharge the duties which unist devolve upon the Executive of this State is tho high vet honor whic...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 26 September 1861

.1 'Ill r a:.. NO NOKTII, NO SOETII, UNDER TnE'cONsVwWTib'JIliT A SACKED MAINTENANCE OF THAT INSTIllMEM' AND THE UNION. VOL. 10. AlltriUR; ;VINtON COUNTY, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 26, 18.61. j v..!l t-:-' : -r Vw T: t y. i lAjV : i. I -1 ' i j' ' i : . i . 1 1 ,' ,: ... it. iti ..j3ii . . in ; . j. I ki :j . a ii ' n ",- H "Mil-'" m m . m im : ri i lit u a ti , m l a i I.T It p:- . I PUBLISHED EVEEY TIIClisDAV' BY ' E. A. E. Bit ATT ON Office in Union's 'Buildings,; EMt: of Court Home, Up Stair,, TERM8 OF PUBLICATION., r ' One-Copy one year, In advance, . ' ' . ft,W If not pld afternix months, I.'',.. . 1,50 Jf not raiJ within theyoar,- '" ' 1 v 1 8,00 H7 Noppor will he discontinued flntil all arrearage are paid, unluattuo aptlon efllie paiMishors. Wll lien the paver In not ordored dia- continuod at the ondoftlioyair.it wlllbocon- tin nod TEK3IS OF ADVERTISING. ' Ono Square three lunorUong, . ,, i $1,00 Kftch additional luwiitlon, ' , ,25 (!nl. one yoar, ' -. v. Notices or app'U Ex. Adms. a ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 26 September 1861

ffo4 r' BRATTON, Editor. MoARTIIUR THURSDAY v : E. A. Democratic--Union State Nominations. r. t '(.j.r ;.'. ; . .I'.nitvv.. -".'i iittii ' i iruTTT daidw JlUU v. J lull, Of AlBSkfnHrfiii' Coutily. f,,:;i :mm& Marshall, ... iBECRETARYOP STATU, WlttlAnW ARMSTRONG, r Qf iSenoca County. i..i'l;.i .Bl-l'tt'mitf'yrljftiif,'' " " ;.;;';TndMAs' j'..is'. 'ptilpr ' 'J'jHy,.pf Montgomery County. , ; -J; .VtTUKftSMRFt WF.6TATE, ;i ;'JEORGE. W. HOLMES, r; Of Hamilton Connty. . "', ' COili'TKOLLEK, ( "JjWAtNE, GliiSWOlD, V, '',' u. I ;Qf Tickaway: County.' . i.'.vi teOARw or .1'1,wc',wohks; -JABEZ AVFITCII, ' I ': ' Of Ciiyalioga1 County. "J Nominations. Democratic-Union County Ticket. "'"'" " FOB' REt'RESEX'rATIVE,' i,n,';fi)WAftD A. b'RATTON,. : " rROflECUTlNO.fTJ'OBSKY, DANlEfc-SrDANA. ' " ,' ''.. "sttwVETOR, ;' orS ,.frBrAI2JBR00K. . I .... ;. , . , COMMISSIONER, . . .1 -: I: JOHN. BOOTH', .': V..J -- ,.- IDE M 0 C R A TI C Ir':''1- ,.' vmon i!Uii!i;i;in riV Oft ACT ROn tore MMMCD UA HUnO...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 26 September 1861

, TITTlllinHUL JMlffiH LOCAL DEPARTMENT. ' '( COEKE8rOKDENT8. We' hliYQ , ti ce'ived a nnmbfr of communicotippa HT'Mrs. Milit- MiLONK Will pleaso except our slnccfe'thas'j'for tfcliolco lot of grapes tdiamst wo cavenajd tbia' season. ; ; ; - , 11 Wo call attention to tho card of Dr f.W;iM.- rATTKsaoNj of .IJUrodeD.t in nnollicv coUitnn. .Tho Pr,.La3.recdin mcuccd practice, and liopeai by strict attention to uia jtfolojwlonto uiorftfa sbaro of patronage, ,,:Qiyehim a call Dr. E. Cone uaav , bo consulted , t Ilulhert'a- Lfatcl, on tho first Saturday and Sunday aftor v tLo. first Tuesday of each month, for' tho ' ensuing .si months, commencing on tho first Bat unlay in October, 1SG1. No' charge for consultation ami advico but cash for medicines. If you are in flDicaUh, consult Dr. CosE-bcforo it is too late as his patients accord to hiuukilland ; 6iicccs3 in tho treatment of all forme of chronic discaso. . . scp26-Cin, Court of Common Pleas. This conrt. c Immcnccd' iff tdl term ISCi, o...

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