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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 27 March 1856

.911 1 if. . tiallifil Y ii . .. -. ... . .(0 lo u-.! .. , : lltji t'ji 7 JUl'r.;liA EWL AD HAW JUSTICE TOTALL MCY, OP WHATEVER STATE OS PEBSUASIOX, RELIGIOUS OR POUTICAlV-TOo. Jtferm. M'ARTIIUIt, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MAKCH 27, 1830. NO. 32; V VI A .. A :. i ' 1 ? 1 X J V N M jJ E I , r t I .V -. - ' - Jill Illl t I J nw 1 I l 1 I . ' tl I R- I K I ' 11 Ir1 1 I - II I '111 X I r i ill in ;i ... if i nil hi in m i V Ill 11 J x ' , , I I V . III ' iii 1j:..1 ''. ... . , .; ,'. , bill; ,5.,IB 1f THDBSDA VEHU0 T, ;''.': (" ,.ALEX. PEAKCE. .. OIJJCZ IN MALONE'S BUILDING, ONT STBHT, ll'AITBUB, OHIO. lo TERMS OF PUI1LICATI05.; ' ia 'One eopj one; year, In advance, l :. j Within six months, i . ' '. f , , , , 1.7A u- If aid alter ail months,' " ' 8,00 lubs of ln new subscribers tol F. 0. ' 10,00 ,,-Th money must Invariably accompany tho crdn-s from, Clubs..' ' , , , . -in LtT-No tpcr will bd diaoonlinuaj oniil all ar - Tf-arffna aro litl.l up, nolM at tboi4u.t: Urn -T.1 b4r: : ' .'.. --': '...

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. — 27 March 1856

Sjje Jtttrljjr gfjiiotrat. , T UURSD A Y. MARCH 2 77s56. Democratic Presidential Electors. - ' , : ?. fENATom.it Ki.c7ons. , . ' -WILT.TAM KKNN(N;JK:, cf Hclrtiont. ' ALE.XANDtU 1". M1LLKU, of Butler. -. lut, PHELDOX I. KELLOGf, of Hamilton. z.l. Jir..-XK r.NU)A.M,ot Hamilton. M. DAVID CTAKK, of Montgomery. 4th. ISAAC II. THOMAS, of P.irke. th. EDWAKb I'OiTKU. of William. th. MK'HAKI, H. DAVIS, of lormont. 7th. V 1LLTAM CltUSSKX. of Warren. Rt.h. WII.LI.Ul KKltSIINKRof (.'lurk. 9th. GKOKtiK K. SENEV.of Scnoca. r lth. LEV I PUNWAN, of Jneknon. lUli. ALFHKI) MuVEKJII, of FairflolJ. I 12lh. JACOB SI.YH.of Franklin. i lBtli. JOHN' TIVKT, of Huron. 14th. JOHNO. MYEKS, of Ashland, lfith. JOSEPH BURNS, of Coshocton.1 liith. JAMES M. fi AYI.OKD.of Morgan. 17th. BENJAMIN K. Sl'RICGS.of SMo. ISth. AM'HOKSO II ART, of lVrtflifo. lDth. HENKY II. DOIXfR. of CiivhIhih. J'rth. (iEOIifiE 0. GII.LETT, of Abtibula. 21st. GEORGE WOK, of Harrison. . DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For jrnoe or tiik gcr-HLUE c...

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 March 1856

Subscribers to Newspapers. s ,W publUh the following for the benefit of sub t wtribars to newspaper t '1. Subscribers who do not givs notic to the -ontrary, ar ontlderd m wishing to contlnuo their subscription. " ' t. If th subscribers order the discontinuance .of their papers, the publisher may continue to end then until ell arrearages tre paid. If enbecribert refuse or neglect to take their , jriodlcaU from the office to which they aro di rected, they are held responsible until they havo tettled the bill and ordered them discontinued. i. If subscribers remove toother places with. . out Informing the publishers, and tho papers are fot to the former direction, they are held re sponsible. , - .' The conrta have doclJod that refusing to take papers from the office, or removing and leaving , them uncalled for, Is prima fan evidence of in k (entional fraad. . Postmaster who notify a publisher that his pa , fr it not taken from the olllco, are required to See Post Office Instructions and...

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 March 1856

Agricultural. How to Destroy Brambles. Our Attention lias been called to an Mticlo in tlio Western Farmer and Gardener, published in Cincinnati in 1841, written by Kobt. W. Scott, a veil known lveutnckj grazier, on the best way to eradicate brambles. . Our friend Wagoner of Vandalia, to whom wo aro indebted for the Bnggca- tion, says ho liaa exterminated somo forminablo patches in that way, and recommends that wo publish the arti do of Mr. Scott, which is as follows: "I observe that a correspondent empires how tho Blackberry bush may bo destroyed. As I havo en countered and eradicated somo form- idable patches wliich existed on tho lands which I havo at different timos auuca 10 my mrm, i uhiik a may ven ture to recommend an infalliablo pro- Bcnption. bomo tuno in tho winter " or spring cut them close to tho ground, . and repeat the operation tho last of July, A few will nppeur tho second year, bo suro to cnt them also the last of Hay, and the last of July. This , specific is based u...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 3 April 1856

as 'J tii 'a' "m-'.T IjIissUIjS ! Xu'i 'J tt i t r.- tT!iijf.--.r I CJV-i.(L ! "HlJtjHA ZTtTZZZZZ' ..." r: t jl tjx'l i'auea&sCI (:. II H I 111 111 j ! I 1 I i vst 7 t .1 'fwto'.Uiii':-.': ''- i 'Vlv t X.h'i:-j j.. -i . - : ,' i i i n. a. i ?.' t.." r.-' ! rt it L"V '.'' t i") t " . ; " ! I ' , ' -i '!. "- ' . .i .';'"' i . , . . . i 1 ' "'' 1 - 1 1 -','" j "rr a w . a wii " rr- ircirira nr . npii . r rpi vrn a At DrncillciAV n- j- va-i An Dnf ITirif Ya f.fu. .!T .!'. ; no f-'2 v. i ' 1 "I : -il'ABTHUR; VINTON COUNTYi OHIO, APBIL X 1856: .IT ' IWt I II 1-1:1 W J , I , I I . -. . 'r.-'.-l tit t.' ' ' " " . . ' " .(Cl.UU10 (VIST' TNTjIt-OAT vNia T' .- i ' " 'ALEX PE-mCE. ' T . it TEMIS OF. PtBLICJITIOX. .:' Oni topyone yerrln 4vdc,. , f i . IJi WiiLin nix montln, , . t 1,75 If piud fwrlxmon'.lii, , v . ,Club of ten nw mbwriSon to I P. 0. ! 10,00 ,Tlia money mtjst iijvwlubly icoompuiy tba 'yiwmfromeHib" .t - . ' , ' . tyNopperiUti9dliiioMiie4imaUnrr Parages Ms paid up, duIbm t Ui o...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 3 April 1856

THURSDAY, APRIL 3, i$56.v t Democratic Presidential Electors. t j t.cTom.' 'i- . ALlXkXliUl ?. UlLLEii, of Uoi'cr. Irt, PTITLDOX t. KELLOGO, ef Hamilton. UJItNKY r. SEDAU.of UnmUloo. M. DAVID CLARK. of Monuromerr. 4th. ISAAC H. THOMAS, of Durkt. S-Ju ID WARD FOSTER, of Wlllianu. t v M I C U A EL H. I A V IS, of CUrmi.x WILLIAM tUObSEN. of Warren. ilk. WILLIAM KKUSHNERof Clark. th. fir'iSUEK. SKNEY.of Senec. 10th. LEVlJUNGAN.of Jackn. lHh. ALFRED McVfcHill, of Fnirfleld. - " 1th. JACOB fLYH, of FrauUiu., 18th. JOHN TUFT, of Huron. 14th. JOIINC. MYKRS, of Ahlndl lVb. JOSEPH BUR'S,of Cothootoo. Kih. JAMES M. GAYLORD.of Mown. ITih. BENJAMIN F. SPKIGCS. of JiobU. . )8tb. ALPHONtJO HART, of Port, llth. HENKY H. DODGE, of Cny.hoir. tOUw GEORGE G. G1LLETT, of JUbubal. nk SISSGJJ COOK, of Hwriwn. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Ma nMi or tri icrum corr.' It IT I S P. KAWNEr.- mus of rcuio woM. TTAT5E GRISWOLD. omiiMiotria or common cnooi, 4 II. If n BARNEY. . Twenty-One Years. unneccs- wvj work to ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 3 April 1856

Subscribers to Newspapers. pubUah the following for the benefit of tnb Vriber te newspaper : J. 8aboribTi who do not giv eotle to the Wtitrary, tr onsiderod m wishing to ooutinue tttlr nbtcriptlon. I. If tb aubscribcr order (bo dlacqntinuaoc f tLtlr (itpui, th publisher roT eontipu to MBdthern until all arrearagea'are paid. 8. If uboribr refuse or neglect to tuko their periodical from the office to which they tro di rected, they ere held responsible until they bare Mttltd tb bill end ordered them dioiitioncd. 4." If subscribers remove to other place with out Informing tb publisher, and the paper afe MUt to tho former direction, they are held re jxmaiW. 0 The eoorto havo decided that refualpg to tale paper from the oiBe, or removing and leaving tbem uncalled for, 1 frim faii evidence of in tentional fraud. ' , PotmUrs who notify a publisher that hi pa per i not taken from the efflco, aro required to f(v tb reason why they are not taken out. Stt T4 Ctffle httructitnt nd Ltiot. LOCAL D...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 3 April 1856

Agricultural. w " l" -ingcr Cultivation of the Ozler or Basket -Willow. seen lately a printed etato nicnr, to the effect that tlio value of lho willow imported into this country for basket-making amount yearly to jeven millions of dollars. This is a great miBtako, and leads these whog'rvc it credit into the very unprofitable en tcrpriscs. . Tho cultivation of the bas-l ket-wilow in our country may bo ad vantageous to eomo moderato extent, ! tut if tho cultivators rely upon a mar let for two millions with the product, they will soon find that they have been sadly deceivod. All the bnskot willow brought iuto the United States1 in a year, m&nfuctured and unman ufactured, does not amount to a tenth iport of tho sum we have mentioned. As to the productiveness of the basket-willow,, we fear there has been Borne exaggeration. That two or three tons havo been raised -a an acre, may be true ; we can't say, and will not deny any assertion to that effect.- We have reason, however, to belie...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 10 April 1856

. ... - --. . r M 1 HI 1 M . TT'. .M.I. fcj , 1 a j "i t -' i. : . : , ' . 1 ' .'. EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL WEA, OF WHATEVER STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS Oil POUTICAL-tfW. Jefftrton. VOL 4; 'ARTHUR,' VINTON COUNTY,; OHIO, APRIL 10, 1856;; NO. 84. - PI ;-egItrr gtmotrat.. - ' niLMBXD . IVIBT THURSDAY XTINQI t tj') ALEX. FEARCE. T?ICX ; IN, MALONE'8 BUILDING, - IBONT STRUT, M'iBTUC, OHIO. ';' TERMi OP PUBLICATION. ' ' On eopy one year, lb advance,' $VB0 . Within six months, 1 ITS If psld kfler Ax months, ,00 'Clubs of ten new subscriber! tol F. O. 10,00 , ' Th money mas invariably accompany the T.lnn Turn Huns. itiu i J up, tula DC tUt option, of the r win re i!irnTTniici! r.nv.i a-.i rt- i n tA r nr irs not ordered to be dentin- : it the end of the year, it will be continued.. OF ADVEKTISISO ,, , Oik qnurj. (lOliiiPKOTlueiJIUiMrtioiililVOl) Onf nuure one month, . , s 12 : One qur )ite mmitjili' -V 8,00 On iqiir8 lx m'Dtli, One square or jir, .... 10,00 "' llulf column one yef...

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. — 10 April 1856

Sit gltarihVJIfindtrat. THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 185C. Democratic Presidential Electors. ATOHTAL XLFCTOM. WILLIAM KKNXON. J.. of Belmont. ALEXANDER P. MILLER, of Butler. lat, 6HELPO"!? I. KELLOGO, of Hamilton. W. HENRY F. SKDAM.of Hamilton. d. DAVID CLAIiK.of Montgomrrj. 4lh. ISAAC II. THOMAS, of Darkt. th. EDWARD FOSTER, of Williama. tli. MICHAEL II. DAVIS, of Clermont Cih. WILLIAM CROSSES, of Warren. ill. WILLIAM KERSnNERofClurk. th. GF.ORGK E. SKNEY.of Seneca. JO.h. LEVI DUNOAN. of Jacknou. ilth. ALFRED McVEIGH, of FKirfltld. 12th. JACOB 8LYII,of Franklin. Mth. JOn TIFKT. of Huron. Wth. JOHNC. MYF.H8.of AshlanJ. Wth. JOSEPH BURNS, of Ohoetoo.' Mlh. JAMES M. OAYLORD.of Moreart. 17th. BENJAMIN F. SPRIGCi8.of NobU. Wth. ALPH0X3O HAJtT.of VotUfe. lSlh. HENRY If. DODtJK. of Cuyahoga. th. GEORGE O. GILLETT, of Ashtabula. ITU!. 6E0RGE COOK, of HarriJoa. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. rl ICDOI or Till fCMIKI COTRT. HX'Fl'9 P. HANKEY. . . OAT 01 TCBL10 WOBII. $TAY5E CJHISWOLD. caaxiitioax or common ...

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. — 10 April 1856

Subscribers to Newspapers. We publish tli following for the benefit of eub wrribers to newrpepers : ; 1. Subscribers who do not give notice to the eoatrary, ere considered m wishing to continue their subscription. fl. If tbe subscribers order the discontinuance wf their papers, tbe publisher raey continue to tsndthem until tit arrearages art paid. I. If subscribers rtfuse or neglect to take tlieir psriodleala from the office to which they ere di Teeted, they tre held responelbl until they have 'settled tbe bill tad ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other pltoet wllli 'eut Informing the publisher!, tnd the papers tre went to tbe former direction, they ire held re "possible. t. Tbe courts here decided tbtt refuting to take papers from the office, or removing tnd letving them uncalled for, It prima acu evidence of In tention! friad. P oetm tttert who notify t publliher tbtt bit pa per It not ttken from the office, tre required to give tbe retton why they tre not Uk...

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. — 10 April 1856

Agricultural. 7 fcv k' Speed the Plow. . ( Turning np the earth not in tho trenches before fiebastopol but ont in onr Wc6tern prairies, ia of late a ujoney. making operation. Agricul ture in the United Stutes, come twen ty years ago, like the -celebrated Sir. tflacawbcr, was looking for something to turn np. Something did turn- np, and now it is not nncommon to turn up fortunes with the sod. ' The Repeal of tho English Corn Laws, pet the .American plow in motion, and doubt less its epocd has been accelerated by nort crops in Europe, and tho unpre cedented increase of onr population." Farming, from being a profitable ccrmation. is of course looked upon with favor by a certain class who iriako money and kid gloves a stand ard of respectability, and wo now find many turning their attention to agri tnlture who but a short time ago scouted the idea of soiled hands, and soarso overalls. We are glad of this, not because tins new accession to the ranks of the farmer will add to his worth or...

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. — 17 April 1856

It-' .EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL WEN, OF WHATETEtt STATE Ott PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS Oil POLITICAL. Thot. Jefferson. vol:- 4. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, APEIL 17 1856. NO.- 85.- ... . v . i . t .a . j ." , 1H I i 1 1 11- I I'l I 1 24 a I IIII If! .Ill . Ill IM i I 1:1 III I I I I I1 . www ' i gttrr:.gfmccrai. ' IS PUBLISHED SVSST THURSDAY BY , ALU. IEAECE. i ' JOHM T. BPEHCB. J PEARCE tV SPENCE. '.OiriCB IN MALONE'8 BUILDING, roost iTtiiT, m'abthcb, ohio. w ' - - TERMS OF PUBLICATION. ' . Ona copy ona year, in advance, ... Within six months, -. If paid eftor nix months, $1.60 8,00 10,00 luu VI rau uv " dm vow - . - - , . Th mane mnst invariably aocompany the rders from Clubs. . BTNo paper will ba discontinued until all er : Tcarogee are paid up, uxileft at tlie op'.ion of the . Publisher. , , ,, ., ' 'When the paper is not ordered to ha ditfontla- id at the end of the year, it will be continued, i , TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One aqnure,(10Unoaorit,).ffinwtuvn'il One equate one mon...

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. — 17 April 1856

TUURSDAY,APR!L 17, Democratic Presidential Elections. rtomii hIctcm. ; J WILLUM KtKNON. Ja.,i Bilmnnt. ALLXANUESP.ilILU:il.of Bu',ir. lit, SimDOV T. KELLOGG, of nm!!loo, . HENRY F.SFDAM.of Hamilton. IJ. DA V ID CLARK, if Mnntifi.msrr. -t'K ISAAC II. THOMAS. of Ikt. ;h. KDWAUDFOSIFR "f Wlilimni. Ilh. MICHAEL II. PAVlS.ofCleniK.it. . :ih. WILLIAM CROSsFN.cW.rrsn. l:h. WILLIAM KIlIPIINFRr.fCUtk. ;h. OEOKC.FF. SFNF.Y.'f Rn. ttih. LEVI Pl'NGAN of Jickn. Hth. ALFRED MrVEIOn. of FuiiM. lith. JACOB SI.YIUf Fnnfclio. 18th. JOHN T1FFT. rf Hnron. 14th. JOIINC. M VERS. of A-Min.l. 15 h. JOSEPH HUKNR. t,f Coh,r'on. li'.h. JAMFSM.OAVLORD.of Morwn. -lttli. BENJAMIN F. Sl'KlGGS, of Nou!. J!"h. ALPIIONPO IJART.of Portm:. llth. HTKKYH.POP(iK..f Ciivh. p. :vh. OFORGK 0. GILLETT, rt AlitU!. nl. 6F.OE0E COOK. f lUrtttfn. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ri jnoi ot thk itrmvi corir. nt'FI S P. RAXXEY. to mo or roue wor.i. TTAYNE GRIS1VOLD. MWMimortii or oomvon .moon, ii. ii. ii a ucv. A CHANGE. I have insocinted...

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. — 17 April 1856

.1; Subscribers to Newspapers. We pnblith the following for the benefit of sub scribers to newspaper : 1. Subscribers who do not give notice tn the ' eoatrery, are couaidorcd as wishing to coulinuo tbeir subscript! -n. I. If tho subscribers ordtr tho discontinuance : f their paper, the publisher may continue to tied them until til arrearages are paid. I. If subscribers refuse or neglect to tuko their periodicals from ths office to which they are di- rectcd, they ere hold responsible until they have Stilled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places wlth cut Informing tha publishers, and tho paper are sent to tho former direction, they ore held re sponsible. . 6. The oourti hare decided that re fusing to take paper from the olliee, or removing and leaving them nueulled for, is jtima facie evidence of in tentional fraud. .. Postmasters who notify a publisher that hi pa per 1 uot Uken from tho o'Jicc, are required to ire tho reason why they are not...

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. — 17 April 1856

Agricultural. Tomatoes Eoo Plant Kkd Pkp TER8. Sow Bec-ds of these iu pots or ioxes, in warmly southern exposed windows, to produce plants to bo Bet cut, when all danger from frosts are oyer, in order to produce early crops. If placed in pots, an oyster sholl or yleco of broken crockery should be pnt over tho holo in the bottom to in jure drainage, as stagnant moisture is apt to iDj'nro, if not destroy tho root? cf tho plant. If a box bo used, bore a holo in tho bottom 1 inch, or of an inch in diameter, and cover a9 rocom mended for the pots. Tho earth used io fill tho boxes or pots, should bo a rich mould fertilized with organic ma nure of some kind, 60 as to secure an .uly and vigorous growth of the plant. The fertilization ot the soil may bo ef fected by dissolving half an ounce of guano in water to eacn large sizcu pot or box, it the latter does not con tain more than 200 squaro inches. The solution to be poured over the anrfacot or. the samo effect may. be produced by making a ...

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. — 24 April 1856

Hi" 1 : I 1 I EQUAL AND EX ACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF WHATEVER STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL- TKo$. Jefferson. VOL. 4. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, APRIL 24, 1856. NO. 0 rW-' W V.-.: .-.-.V,-. : 30. : Btcrtj)ur gtmocrat. IS PUBLISHED EVEB? THURSDAY BY ALU. PEAECE. JOHH T. SPEKCE. PEARCE SPESCE. OIJICE IN M ALONE'8 BUILDING, fRpNT STOUT, U'ARTHCB, OUIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. . One copr ono year, in advance, $160 Within fix month, 1 T5 ; If pul.l after fix month, ' ' 8,"0 CIiim of ton now biM;ribor tol P. 0. lo,00 Themmu-y mngt invariably aocorapany tbo rdeK from Club. . , tSPSo paper wlllbediecontlnnodnntllallar iinigo bio paid up, utile ut the option of the Publisher. 7 i; . . : - .'- W hen the neper If not ordered to bo dlcntln aed at the end of the year. It will he continued. TERM OF ADVERTISING. Ono rqnare. (10 line or le.s,) J Insertions, 1.0 On iqimrei'iio mouth. 1 25 One qiuro thiee m titlis, 8 " ' One qimrfl ix month, ' (,00 One square on yonrj 10.M , Half a c...

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. — 24 April 1856

Efee gltrijur' democrat, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1856. Democratic Presidential Electors. Sr.NATTlTlML IIXCTOM. WILLIAM KENNON, Jh., of Belmont ALEXANDER P. MILLER, of Butler. -1st, PII7LD0N I. KKLLOOO, of Hamilton, SJ. HENKY y. SEl)AM,of Hamilton. M. 1) A V ID CLARK, of Montgomery. 1th. ISAAC H. TIIOMA8,of Darke. th. EDWARD FOSTER, of William. Ith. MICHAEL H. DAVIS, of Clormont 7th. WILLIAM CROSSEN, of Warren. Sth. WILLIAM KERSHNER of Clark. tolh. C.KttSGF. K. BENE Y, of Soneca. 10th. LEVI I)ONGAN,of Jackncn. -11th. ALFRED McVEIGH, of FairflolJ. 19th. JACOB SLYH, of Franklin. 13th. JOHN T1KKT. of Huron. Uth. JOI1NC. MYERS, of Ashland. 1.1th. JOSEPH BURNS, of Coshocton. lth. JAMES M. QAYLORD.of Mown. 17th. BENJAMIN F. BPRIQOS, of Noble. 19th. ALPHOXSO HART, of Portaw. 19th. HENRY II. DODGE. of Cuyahoga. 20th. GEORGE G. GILLETT, of Ashtabula. Slat. GEORGE COOK, of Ilarriaon. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. tor jcdok or Tin rpRivi cornT. IllIFUS P. II 4 IV IV CY. BOARD or PCDIJO WORKS. WAYSE GUIS...

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. — 24 April 1856

Sjjt St&rtjiur gnnotrat. Subscribers to Newspapers. "We publish the following for the benefit of sub scribers to nowspapers : 1. Subscribers who do not give notice to the contrary, are considered u wishing to continue their inbsoription. S. If theiubscribera order the diacoatinnenoe ef their papers, the publisher nay continue to end them until all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take their periodicals from the office to which they are di rected, they are held responsible until they have settled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with out informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to the former direction, they are held re sponsible. 6. The courts have decided that rofusi ng to take papers from the office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is prima fact evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify s publisher that his pa por Is not taken from the ofllco, are required to jive the rea...

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. — 24 April 1856

Agricultural. mm 1 1 Farmers' Clubs—What is Their Value! Wo havo repeatedly tirjred tlio ne cessity ol'Township ApriculturnlSocio tiea, or Farmers' Clubs as they are callod. We arc satisfied that we liavo nut said a word too much in favor of those institntion9,and wo doubt if half their value has been told. . In Township9 where they exist, and ftro well sustained, a general pirit of improvement soon manifests itself, and the crops, the 6tock, the buildings, and even the road3 give ev idence of the beneficial influen ces at work. The farmers of Ohio could scarcely do a bettor thing for their beads, hearts, or pockets, or the prosperity and honor of tho State, than the-establishment of one or more of theso clubs in every township. "We will point out briefly, a fuw of the ways in which tho good is effected. . I. Farmers' CI ubs promote habits of observation. Many of tho opera tions of Nature of great interest to ag riculture remain unobserved, becauso those whoso privilege ic has been ...

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