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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 9 February 1855

lil iU Mill - "NO NORTH, NO SOUTH,' NO EAfT. NO. ! WEST. UNDER THP , CC.k ti SJ!!?Jtinf!r VOL. 3. M'AiriUlUR, V J iN TON CO., 0. FRIDAY, FEB. 0, 1855. JNO.-2 a." The M'Arthur Democrat. TiiPMS OF SUBSCRIPTION j fcl ,00 Trr year, and if not payed vithin the jt fc'2,00 wilt be ciargrd.. . 2'Aest Term mvslbc strictly complied v'Uh, and no paper will be discontinued unfit till arrearage are paid, unless at the option IhepublU&er. TEEMS OP ADV rSTISiSO. frT" One squtirt, thirteen lines or r first three insertion- a SI 00 Each additional insertion-25 Cards ont tar, k 1 '$3,00. iibf rt ' dtductinn will ' be wads- lo per sun tdvtrtuingby the year. . . .jlii Dcii-r.ri;imnrf payable in advance or on demand. . , Agents for the "Jltirtliur l!cmofruU"Th 7bt folUvlnsGentlomen will Reclrt anil Kectlpt (or BaburipiioBi nui AdmrtUtmentt, for Ihii pr, in Vin oa Ucuniv. Ohio. , rtTTOU COX, ' Wm. Tavler, J so. Clam, Sr., J. Hlokd, J. QlLLFN, Adam Lysis. llannlen Furnace. . Ml. Pleasant. Harrison Tow...

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. — 9 February 1855

THE DEMOCRAT. Th: tolce fthi People bttv Supreme Law; AltD THEI B NOTTO, LIBERTY A BUNION.1 E.A. C1UTTOX Editor. JUOTuTD CCD A I (till ?, 1 V.;B. PALMER S KtmpapOT Sabttrtptloa and Adrtitlito Atncy Pnila Delphi a. New Yobk. Bonos and Bal- twobb, it our authorized agent to receive and receipt fot subscription and advertisement foi the Dkmocbat. PRODICE OF ALL K1JSDS. u receiv ed at the ten highest market prices, on Sub scriptionor Advertisements, at this office. Monty U not rrusrd. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, WM. MEDILL. For Lieutenant Governor, JAMES MYERS. For Supreme Judges, WILLIAM KENNON, ROBERT B. WARDEN. For Auditor of State, WILLIAM D. MORGAN. For Treasurer of State, JNO. G. BRESLIN. For Secretary of State, WILLIAM TREVITT. For Attorney General, GEORGE W. McCOOK. For Board of Pullit Works, , JAMES B. STEEDMAN. To Free Soil Democrats. Just as we expected, the Free Soil Democrats are now petting their eyes opened to the rascality of Whigs and their Know Nothing allie...

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. — 9 February 1855

MARKETS. McArthur Feb. 8. .Apples, D.,. 15 8 6 30 Oreec UwS,- " ShouUers, " Sides',..-. Brooms........ Beans, W, Coffee,.... Candles,. Cheese.. ....1,60 15 20 Cloverseed 60C Corn 4ua50 Eggs pel Joz-..-..10 Flour per hun. 4oO Flour .per bbl $9,50 Flax Seed ...... .75 Feathers,.... Fish, White,' ..40 6 EalO ' Mackerel, Hides- 4 .,?5.1ron, bu'J Leather... .".18o31 Lard pet lb. ' l Molaseet pr gal. 30u40 Nails, 3d to lOd, 6al2 Oets, 35 PolaKKS, Irish. 100 Peacces, D., 2,20 j Pork prcwt ... 4,00 lo.suuar X U.. b Loaf. 121 " Crushed.. 10al2 Salt, per bbl 3.50 " Table, pi Sack, -25 Soap per lb ......3a5 Teas, Y. H. 15 Imperial ftlOO Tallow. 12 Wheat per bu. 1,40 1 Wool per lb-.. -25a 10 Portsmouth Price Current. CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY BUSKIRK, & DAVIS. WHOLESALE No. 1. Buckeye Block. PORTSMOUTH, Feb. 8, 1855. Apples, Dried-12; Brooms prdoz t'2a30C Bacon Hams per lb. 10 ." Shoulder 6 " Sides " 6 Beans, W. perbu. 1,75 Caudles, mould- l Sur 24 Cotton Yarns- l&i Cheege.W.R.Ib.lOall Coffe...

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. — 9 February 1855

GO O I! E. P. BDTHWELL Me ARTHUR, OHIO. WISHES to inform the citizens oftti community, that tie is no- manufac turing, keeps on hand. veiy supe tioi articlr of twadsteads, also good assortment, nf CABINET WARE CHAIRS MATRASSES iVc til of which Us ofleis tut site on reasona ble terms. TURNING of all kinds that is likelr to le needed ia this Country executed with neat rets and dispatch; he is also prepared to man ufacture bench screws and hand scre-vsof var ious sizes. Tne patraiia&e ol the Public i respectfully solicled. July 21 54 6mo. IF. YOU CALL YOU WILL BIT, ' J UN N S HAWK, MAIN STREET. Mc ARTHUR, OHIO, Dttltr in all kinds of DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. HARD WARE, QUEENSWARE, HATS, CAPS. BONNETS. ROOTS .J SHOES, READY-MADE CLOTHING, IRON & NAILS, &c. Also,; Agent for L0UD03 Cu's. TOrULAR FAMILY MEDICINES. IS just receiving from Cincinnati, one of the Largest sad best selected slocki of New. Fasbiouable and CHEAP GOODS Ever brought to McArthur, expiessly for the Winter tra...

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. — 16 February 1855

" Wk -''MM; ikC-.-- ; '-htj ; kfe&ibw ;: a EI' hAfir M 'It : 1 f-'7 v ' iSiiSv ' rffA yii VOL. 3. , M'ARTHUR, VINTON CO., O. FRIDAY, FEB. 16, 1855; JN0.2G. The M'Arthur Democrat. ' 1 1,00 per year, and if not . jmjuI vujjiinth year, t'2.00 uu'fl 6e eiargr. . , ' . tTlftH Ttr mutt be ttr icily complied with, and no paper u'i be fjf continued until nil arrtamge art paid, uTRcsi at the option 4fZS)'wWiAi ,TEf.K8 Or AD VEETISiNO, '. . OCT 0"' $f , thirteen Una or Uu first thru insertion'' .......... .. . '.1)0 t Each- additional insertion' S3 Curd) out ear, 3,00. ' ' A Mural deduction will- be muds to per tent idvertisingby the year. - ..' -All vdtrrtiminentt payable In advance or on dtmutd : .--;. Agents for lite "Kfirtlinr lkmorrul.1' . v f.:ii. ,t'7 G!i:!!nrn Bncntv.. aril Vf e.lpl ,.-... .I.,.-. iviutml, bt till. A , fTj la V linen Cooatr. Ctilfc. , j,. . , Tettom Cox,' Wlaimlnn' I'linuce.. Jso. Cum, Sr., e IUtiiaoiiluvvi)slii). J. BLOLB', ... J. OiuLix, ; : Adam Lynn, Wens Stor...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 16 February 1855

Tilt-' DEMO CRAL a, j--i.,ry.:vxvr-ic'i. -v. I w ,v. . TktToiti flhi People Utkt Supremo Law; ABO THKIK MOTTO, LIBERTY AD UNI ON.' E. A. PHATTOi. Editor. rAKTlllR, FEB. 16, 1855, V.,B. PALMER'S IUwFtpr SbdpUm and Advrtlaln iftocf PHILADELPHIA, NlW YoRE. BoSTOB end BAL TIMORE, is our authorised agent (o receive and receipt for subscription and advertisement fur the Democrat. PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS, it rtctiv- id at th uryhighttt market pticta, on Sub- tcrxf honor AdurUtmtnl$,iu tnu ojftct.- Monty u not rtjuud DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor W!I. MEDILL. For Lieutenant Governor, JAMES MYERS. For Suprtmt Juiget, WILLIAM KENNON, ROBERT B. WARDEN. For Auditor of Stati, WILLIAM D. MORGAN. For Trtaturtr of Slat, JNO. G. BRESLIN. Ftr Sertary of Stati. WILLIAM TREVITT. For Attormy Gtntral, GEORGE W. McCOOK. For Boar A of Pulllt Work; JAMES B. STEEDMAN. Two Railroads through McArthur. The enterprising officers of the Pitta. Mays., and Cin. R. R. Co. have been, as we are reliably informed,...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 16 February 1855

Yankees Taking China---Attack on Americans in China! The North China Herald, of No vember Hth, gives an account of a coI lision between the Imperialists and Americans at Shanghaia. The Im perialists attempted to enter lome hous ei near the north gate. Th American sentinel stopped them and called out the, guard, and, the proper signal being given, a company ot soldiers and ma rines were landed from the United States sloop Vandalia, and marched to the ground. The Imperialists fired up on the Americans, and shots were ex changed, but finally, upon the appear ance oi a portion of the rebel army, the Imperialists ran off. Some of the Chinese papers have cotinideralile to say as to the "specula tion" of a Yankee who ha9 agreed to recapture Fnh Shan from the rebels for $100,000. It is said that the United States consul will interfere to prevent the consummation of this agreement. The Hong Kong Register is of opinion however that as several Americans have been allowed to help the rebels in ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 16 February 1855

HE GOT HIM ON THE WOOL. Look ahra, tiigger.wliar jou swel lin to?' was the unce remonious salu:a tion of a saddle-colored gentleman to an excruciatingly dressed darkey, whose complexion was not many shades re moved trom that ot a recently polished stove-pipe, as the latter 'pusson' made a rracefulswins from the promenade on Fourth street where lie had been exhibiting himself for a couple of hours, to the envy of the 'Bucks, and the fas chation of a score of 'nuss galls' in to McAlister street. Who-o-o you call call r.iggi, salt?' was the indignant response, with a majestic roll of a pair of eyes with a great deal of white and a very little of any other color in them. Why, I call you nigger,' was the flatfooted reileration of 'saddle color,' as he recognized in 'stove-pipe' a 'gem man who, two years ago exercised his genius about town in the white washing and boot blacking line, who since that time had been 'abroad,' ana had cultivated a rnuslacl and loreign airs. 'Low me to inform y...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 23 February 1855

.Qtmisuimi! taT -V ar ' . -.V, V - ' ......l.lt... I i! I it 1 ..'.' ! 1 II 1171 El 1 -Li J - v.. i.- U p 'NO NORTH. NO' SOUTH, PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY M0RX1XQ. . E A. BnATToW rPiroiW 0 u u , , , .--.-u-.-,-,.-,.u.u..-u-J.u--u.u-u r"" 5.ltor'gTO" TERMS: OXR HOLLAR PEIi AXXUM, AY JZr.l Vc'E. VOL. 3. NO EAST, NO WEST, UNDER THE M' ARTHUR, CONSTITUTION!" CUT A CACRED MAINTENANCE of tuit iK-n. urvrr : " r; "T3231 VINTON CO., 0. WIIDAYTFEJOOssS: i pf -4. JNO. The AT Arthur Democrat. TEBJtl Or iUBSOHlPTION I 1 1, 00 jtr year, and if not pjyed vithin the yar, f)2,00 vi'U be chargtJ. Thttt Term mutt It ttrictly eampltei with, and no paper Kill bt ditcontinued until mil arrearage art pnid, unlets at tht option m the publi'her. TEEMS W ADWZBTlSINa, CTT Ont tquurt, thirteen lint or U$t first thru intertidut 61 00 Each additional insertion" 25 Card one tar, 83,00. A liberal deduction will . bt iiudt to per tons advertising by tht year. All vdrtrtintmenti payable in advance or . tm demand AgtnU f...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 23 February 1855

r- tut vkuvm x . '"t""""'"""'"-""-i"rrrrnnrrrjj.rn.fijjLi Tlu Toitt ( Ike People U the Soprtou Law; ANO.TUXIB MOTTO, 1 LIBERTY AD UNION.' 1 A. JUIA llOX, auditor. V. U. .'ALMfctt'S JTawsyapar BabacrtpUea nd Advaitltteif AgrBcjr PulLAOtLPHU, New YuKK. BotTONtnJ 15 A L tuiosc, is our authorised agent to receive and receipt loc tuttecnuon tid eovertisemeul lot me JJlMOCRAT. PllODVCE OF ALL MMDS, it nceiv td at the xtrv highest market prices, on Hub uriptionor Advertisement!, at this c!ce. Money to not rejuntd. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, WH- MEDILL. V Lieutenant Governor, JAMES, MY EHS. J ' For Suprent Juieet, . WILLIAM KENNON, ROBERT B. WARDEN. For Auditor of State, WILLIAM D. MORGAN. For Triaturer of Matt, JNO. G. BRESLIN. For Secretary of Statt, WILLIAM TREV1TT. For Attorney GEORGE W. General, McCOOK. For Board of Puhlit Work. JAMES B. STEEDMAN. Vocal Concert. The class under (he tuition of Mr. J. Campbell, during the past whter, wilj give a Concert at the Methodist Episc...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 23 February 1855

Increase o( Cash Capital rollalf n Million r Dollar! rpHE.TNA INSURANCE COMPANY. X .-Of lUrrroab, Coss., having complied with the law to regulate Insurance Ageucies of Companies incorporated by other Slate, parsed May 1st, 1854, publish the following, as-required thereby. .The original statement beinii oil til in ihff" Kitilo Anilitnr'. .,11'..., with a duplicate with lha Clerk of Common Pleas, County Court. ;f-B!r; STATE r ALTUORIir, , . STATEMENT. The name of the Corporation ! .Etna In surance Company, located in Hartford, Con necticut.' , ' ' 1 The Capital is Five Hundred Thousand Doi Jar", nnd is paid tip, Ttm Af.!3ol the Company aie: - ... , CashouIiauJ, VI Bunk, and in lira . bund of AgeuC and other j-er. (.mi , .MUMS nr, Heal rSliiUj uiiiiicinniK rC'f 16,02 05 Mortgie Bunds, o' an J 7 fr cent iniea'i payable temi au- 'uually 72,000 00 Debts due the Company sea. red . by Mortage 7,313 17 Bills Rete.vuble, eirmly secured . , and payable at Hank 103,530 33 Bii'lH lecei table Pre...

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. — 23 February 1855

Hints from a Young Farmer. 'TIs wid " wore to iba wis ia sufficient." Always take one or more agricultural faper, Iot every numrr will giro you nfomallon which v ill bcuefil'rou in dollars. Ba aJmonUhed that stitch in time "saves nine, or iba lajiog up of a rail, or -nailing 011a board, may lava the ninth repetition and unruly slock. Colts mucthavo great deal of exar chs. Don.t be strata to plough deep. A c more oata in the spring will make many more at harvest. Early fruit trees thoulJ be protected from the frost by spreadirg straw around the roots, which will prevent the buds lrom atarting. Feed your towls the tear round if yea 'would make them profitable. Give your calves, which you Intend to raise, a little Cne hay, aud as soon sa possible turn out to grass. Have a separate pen inio which jour pig cau go and gel shelled corn and milk. Innovations upon old precedents should be rare. Judge not haalily, but examine well before you decide. Keep clear of Shanghais. Lime should be acc...

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. — 2 March 1855

.Qj fiO NORTH, NO SOUTH, NO EAST, NO WEST, UNDErt VHE CONSTITUTIONS" BUT A f ACRED ( MAINTENANCE OF THAT INSTRUMENT AND TRUE DEVOTION TO OUR COMMON . COUNTRY. PUBLISHED EVERY Fit ID AY MORNiyO, ' C. A. DRATTOH EOITOn A WO PKOPU1CTQK. TERMS: OSB DOLLAR PER ANNUJU, IS ADVANCE. VOL. 3.- M'AllTHUll, VINTON. QO., ; (. FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1855. NO. 28. I "P3BJiilgiiijigiiP The M'Arlliur Democrat. ' TLRMSOf BOESORimOM I Cl.00 jitr yeur, und if not payed within tht year, t".i,00 uill be ckurfd. These Terms muni be ttrictly complied with, und no jnijxt vill b dinCuntinutd until all arrr-aragrt are paid, nnlma ai tht option f th. publisher. TEE WIS OF ADVEBTlSIHO. CCT" One tquurt, thirteen Una or leu Arat three wx-rlwiitf fl 00 Each aJditLmal inHcrlitiH' 125 Card a one yur, &3.G0. A literal deduction vi!l bemadt toper tona tidverlitiing by the rjtur. ' All vdvrrt'uiimtnta payable in advance or on demur-d FsEnb tortile "Kdrlhur Cimofrol." Tb following Gentlemen wll Ttceelv aud Receipt fui kfi...

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

THE DEMOCRAT. The Voice si the lVople it tbe Supreme Law, AMD THEU MOTTO, 1 LIBERTY & UNION!" E. A. Bit ITTOIV. Editor. mm. march 2, wa VjB. PALMER'S rviFPr Subscription ud AdTnllnj ABar ruiLADtLPKiA, New Yobk, Bostoh and Ual Tivouc, is our authorized agent to receive and receipt fot subscription aud sdvertiitmeut fur the Democrat. f BODI CE OF ALLKJXDS. it rteeiv td at tkt very hightst market pritet, on Sub unptimor AJurtutvuntt, at thil otf.ct. Monty j$ not refvttd. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, W. MEDILL. For Lieutenant Govtrnor, JAMES MYERS. For Suprtmt Juigtt. WILLIAM KENNON, ROBERT B. WARDEN. For Auditor of Statt, WILLIAM D. MORGAN. For Trtaturtr of &'Jof, JNO. O. BRESL1N. Ftr Steritary of Statt, WILLIAM TKF.V1TT. For Atlotntj Gtntral, GEORGE VV. McCOOK. For Board of Publtt W0rk, JAMES B. STEEDMAN. Negro Driver's thanks. By the following, which we clip from the "Jackson Standard," it ap pear that (he whole State it sincerely thanked for receiving tome hundreds...

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. — 2 March 1855

IS55. NEW STOCK OF . 1855. ni HVilViiDI LATE AlUUVALft hae Juit received my Spring' Stock comprising a great variety of FANCY and STAPLE NOTIONS. : Dealers and other ire lurited lo clt before purch asing elsewhere, ta (hey will find com pTeta assortment, and at prices that w ill compare with any Estsblishroeot of the lind in this section of the country. Th following stticles comprise a. part rf my extensive sssortinrau ISO packs pins. " ,' ' ' 200,000 percussion caps. - - CGd dozen spool cotlonJ ' 60 gross buttons. ' ; -v .' I 50 doien suspenders. ' ' ' 350 ib skein cotton. ' '.; W,"" . 12 Ib sewiug silk, ' i ' ' . ' ' 3 lb iwiit silk. -500 gross books and ejes. .' '. " -CO dozen razor strops. , "300 dozen combs, all kinds-" . , .' $0 reams cap, letter aud note papsr, 20,000 envelopes. J00 liosen tapes, 130 dozen soaps. '.' ' . 48,000 sh books. . , i 25 gross fish liues. . 20 gross lead pencils. 1 00,008 needles. 100 bundles wafers. 40 dozen knives. ' 30 dozen scissors. ' 10 gross s...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 2 March 1855

Speech of Zuchariah Spicer. On tha question, "Which enjoys the greatest amount of happiness, tba bach elor or lb married maul" Mr, Freiident nd Gentlemen I rise to advocate the cause of married men. And why ehould I nott I claim to know something about the institution, I do, Let me confront him with uay w'tfa and seventeen children and decide. , High a the Rock Mountaine tower above the Mississippi Valley, doet the character of the married man lowers- bove that of the bachelor. What wai Adam before he got acquinted with Ever W hat but a poor, shiltless, helpless, In significant creature? No more to be compared with his alier self, than the mill-dam to the great roaring cataract of Niagara. (Applause. Gentlemen there woe a tine, I blush to ear it, when I to uti a bachelor, and a more miserable creatura you would hardly expect to find. Every day I toil ed baid, and at night came home to my comfortless garret no carpet uo fire, no nothing. Everything waa in a clutter, and the words of ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 9 March 1855

ywy Mill I Iniyiifeifi coMMON'irrraY.. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDATMORMM. TTbIUTI VOL. 3. M'AliTHUR, VINTON CO., O. FRIDAY, MARCH 0, 1855. NO. 29. The H'Arlliur Democrat. TEEMS Of SUBSCRIPTION 61,00 per yt.ar, and if not puyed within tin jtur, 62,00 will be charged. These Terms mubtle strictly complied with, and no puper will be discontinued until till arrearages art paid, unlets at thtsption 11 the publisher. TEEMS Or ADV EBTISiNO. (CJ Ont square, thirteen lines or less first thru insertions $1 00 Each additional insertion" 25 Cards one ,ear, ...... .63,00. A liberal deduction will be made toper sons tdvertising by the year. All vdvrrtintuuuts payable in advance or on demupd lbs folldwlug Qemleman will R.c4lv ai d f tcelpt for Subtcitloni ana Adrartiutatmu, foi thi I a par, la Vinion Cfcur.t)'. Cbio. Tkyton Cox, Wii. Taylkr,. iso. Clark, Sr., J. Uloi.k, J. GlLLUf, Adam Lynn, Ilurmlen Furnace. Ml. Pleasant. Harrison Township. Ulcers Store, Wilkesville. Swan. BUSINESS DIRECTORY, FOR VINTON...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 9 March 1855

THE DEMOCRAT. 'flic loir of tbe People is the Supreme Law, -AND THEIR MOTTO, JLIBERTY & U1C N!" n , ' . E.A. ItlUTTCV. Lditor. V.B. PALMER'S MWfrper Subicilpllon and Adreitiiing Afcac? PHILADELPHIA, JfkW YolIK, BosTON mill Bal timobk, is our authorized aiy-iit to receive uul receipt fur subscription auJ edvertistuient for the Democrat. PBODLCE OF ALUMSDS. i receiv td at the wry hightut mdtitt pticta, on Sub wiption or AdvertUcmtnta, ut this office. Money is not refustd. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. - 1 For Governor, W1I. ME DILL. . For Lieutenant Governor, JAMES MYERS. For Supreme Judges. WILLIAM KENNON, . ROBERT B. WARDEN. For Auditor of State, WILLIAM D. MO KG AN. For Treasurer of State, JNO. G. BRESLIN. For Secretary of Stute, WiLLIAM TKEVITT. For Attorney General, GEORGE W. McCOOK. For Board of Public Works, JAMES B. STEEDMAN. EXTEND THAT LIST COL. As we wish to have he truth before the people of our county, we deem it our duty to say that we are assured by that we believe "know...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 9 March 1855

300,000 IN GIFTS FOR TI1E PEOPLE! CAPITAL CITY ART-UNION, . ' . COLUMBUS, PHIO. BRUNKLL &CO'S., SECOND GEEAT CUT DltTIIUUriuK. Tbe proprietors like greet pleasure io announcing to the citizens of the Union, thet iu conf queues of the greet satis faction manifested by the ticket-holders of -their first great Distribution, end the many thousaud solicitations Irom all parts of the country, iu. relation to whether they iuteuded getting up anoth er Distribution of (lifts for the people, the' hare, an Immense outlaj , been en abled to offer to their thousands of pat rons the following valuable, magnifi cent, and unpiecedrnted BRILLIANT SCHEME, to be distributed as soon as tbe 300.000 Beautiful Engravings of the Capitol ot Ohio are distributed smong ibeir retrone. Tbe price ot the Engra vings is but One Dollar, end as a parlor ornament it cannot be surpas.td. Kead attentively the following listof beautiful end cosily gifts, which will be satisfactorily distributed by a com tnittee of t...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 9 March 1855

A WIFE KISSED. A French Fiddler's Bet. who gained i livelihood by fetching (he rt p( dancing, were on board steam r on the Mississippi, short time siuce. Trfl got ibort ofMuuds, and hav ieg got run out in the last piece where they bed stopped, were changing their spots," foia more favorable opportunity torn gage in their profession of teaching. The Frenchman wu extavagauily fond of bil wife and withal very chary of her, oflea bottling that no nun would U allowed by her to take the stuxll liber ties with ber charms which are usutlly wiuked el by husband , But a little el fair occured,u hitli shook the poor mau's Ve lief in the delusion. Soon alter the starting of the bott he went into tie cabin and was toon in con versation with the captaiu. Discover ing that the captain was a bachelor, French was prolific iu sympathy, de claring that he should die of grief if it were not for the company and caresses of his. wile, Oh at for that," said the captain, "1 have the company of ladies much ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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