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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 12 June 1856

A. MAW H-V 11 V f EtyUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL IIEX, OF WHATEVER STATE OB PEBSUASIOBT, HELIGIOL'S OB FOUTICAI--no. Jtferton. NO. 4 V, VOL. 4. SJcgrtjntr gemocmt. IS PUBLISHED XVERT THURSDAY B7 PEARCE & SPESCE. AXIX. PE1RCE. JOIIS X. STEKCE. OFFICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET, M'ABTDUB, OHIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. One copy one year, tn advance, t !0 If paid after six months, 8,00 Clubs of ten new subscriber to 1 P. O. 10,00 The money must invariably accompany tho rders from Clubs. t"No papor will be diacontlnned until all ar rearages are paid up, unless at tho option of the rubusnor. , , ,, When the paper Is not ordorcd to be discontin ued at the end of the year, it will be continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Square (10 lines) 8 insertions fl,00 Saoh additional insertion 25c 8 HOWTHS. 6 MONTHS. 12 MONTHS. Oneequaro $3,00 '.00 13,00 Two squares 6,00 8,00 12,00 Three do. 7,00 10,00 1 5,00 U column 10,00 15,00 20,00 G column 15,00 20.00 80,00 All rule and figure work will...

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. — 12 June 1856

DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION. CONCLUDED.) Mr. Wickliff;; -Bofore we are Called on to vote on the remaining poitions of the 10 lolutioiis, I think we should have time from now till three o'clock, in order thai in a pure air and a clear atmosphere we may look at them with tome uVgreo of delibera tion, appreciate the importance of our action in either accepting or rejecting them. 1 ask for my State a recess of (Interruptions and iol! of order! order! A roice The character of the geutleinan thould m title him to a hearing Mr. Ingersoll, of Connecticut, to-e to a point of order, ami asked i( a division of the question being ordered, the vote ought not to be taken separately. Objectiou being made on the score of usnge Mr. Ingersoll, ivouM not insist on the point Mr. Petit, ol Indiana I have as much re aped for the personal and political clmracter ol tliat gentleman as any luenioer on tins iijer; hut he nor any other member must violate the rules of this Convention. The President 1 em co...

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. — 12 June 1856

Mr. Clay'i death, snd pronounced a eulogy upon the services of that dietingutdli lion, leldora, If evor surpassed in itj eloquence. . Mr. Breckenridge ia a warm personal friend of Senator Douglas, and while.his nomination must be gratifying to the friends of the "Little Giant," It secures Kentucky beyond a doubt, to the Democracy in No vember next. The Nomination. We can give the reader but a faint idea of the unanimity and enthusiasm with which James Euciujuh was nominated for the Presidency. One should have been in the Convention and witnessed the scene, in or der to fully appreciate it. Tho words of the Chairman of each delegation, as he announ ced the unanimous vote of bis State, were hot with devotion to the Union and with en thusiasm for the nominee. Then the multi tudes on the floor, in the galleries and with out the hall, would break forth in wild and prolonged cheers j hats would be tossed in to the air by hundreds, while myriads of handkerchiefs waved a silent but a hearty...

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. — 12 June 1856

CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE. 'With these explanations I shall proceed to read the resolutions- BEPOST OF THE COMMITTEE OF RESOLUTIONS. The Committee on Resolutions, by their Chairman, Mr. Hallett, of Massachusetts, submit the following report. Resolved, That the American Democracy ware ineu trust in ine intelligence, the pa triotism, and the discriminating justice of the American peopie. Resolved, That we regard this as ( distinc tive feature of our political creeJ, wnich we are proud to maintain before the worlJ, as the great moral element in a form of govern ment springing f;oin and upheld by the pop ular will; and we contrast it with (ho creed and practice of Federalism, uiuler whatever name or form, which conceives no impos ture too monstrous for the popular credulity. Resolved, therefore. That entertaining those views, the Democratic party of this Union, through their delegates assembled in a general Convention, coming together in a spirit of concord, of devotion to the doc trine...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 19 June 1856

'infix JWi WW OLITICAl Tho. Jefferson. EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF WHATEVER STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR A mm m NO. 44. VOL. 4. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JUNE 19, 1856. Wjf gl$ttjmr gcmocrat. a PUBLISHED EVERY THUHSDAT BY FEARCE & SPEXCE. ALEX. FEARCE. JOUlf T. BPERCE. OfflCE IN MALONE'8 BUILD INO, IKOMT STRUT, M'ABTBl'B, OUIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. One cpy one year, In advance, . f 1,60 If paid after tlx months. 4,00 Clubs of ton now subscribers tol P. 0. 10,00 The money muat invariably accompany the rJers from Clubs. t"No paper will be discontinued nntil all ar rearages are paid up, unless at tbe option of tbe 1'uhlinher. When the paper Is not ordored to be discontin ued at the end of the year, it will be continued. TEIWIS OF ADVERTISING. One Square (10 lines) 3 Insertions 1,00 Each additional insurtion 25o 8 MONTHS. 6 MONTHS. 12 MONTHS. Onesqnare $3,00 (5,00 (9,00 Two squares 6,00 8,00 11.00 Throe do. 7,00 10,00 1S.00 J( column 10,00 15,00 20,00 column 15...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 19 June 1856

8$t BJcStllur gcmotrat. TUUliSDAY, JUNE 19, 1356. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN, OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOR VICtTpRESIDEST. JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. Democratic residential Elector. tTTIATOUIAl. ElECTOR. WILLIAM KENNOS, Jr.. cf Belmont. ALEXANDER P. MILLER, of Butler. 1st. SITELDON I. KELLOOO, of IlftmilUa, 8J. I1ENKY F. SEDAM, of Hamilton. tkl. DAVID CLARK, of Montgomery. 4th. ISAAC H. THOMAS, of Darke. 8th. EDWARD FOSTER, of Willim. th. M ICHAEL II. DAVIS, of Clermont. 7ih. WILLIAM CKOSSEN. of Warron. (th. WILLIAM KERSUNWlef Clark. 9th. GEORGE E. BENE, of Seneca. 10th. LEVI DUNGA(,f Jaeksou. 11th. ALFRED MoVElGlI, of Fair-old. 12th. JACOH SLVII.of Franklin. 13th. JOTN TIFFT, of Huron. 14U. JOIINC. M VERS, of Ashland, jth. JOSEPH BURNS, of Coahoc-ton. lflth. JAMESM. GAVLORD.of Moriran. 17th. BENJAMIN F. Sl'KlGGS.of Noble. 13th. ALPI10NSO HART.of Portage. ISth. HENRY 11. DODGE, of Cnrahofra. 0th. GEOIWEO.GILLETT, of Ashtabula. 1st. GECKOECOOK.of Harrison. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET....

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 19 June 1856

SJB&riJnr gtmotrat. Subscribers to Newspapers. -We publish tlx following for the benefit of sub scribers to newspaper : 1. Subscribers who do not give notice to the tontrary, sre considered as wishing to eoniinue their subscription. i. If the subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, tha publifher may continue to teriQtiiem until all arrearages are paid. 5. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take their periodical from the offioeto which they tro di rected, they are held responsible until they have tattled the bill and ordorod thorn discontinued. 4. If aubaoribera remove to other placet with out informing the publishers, and the papert are teut to the former direction, they are Lold re sponsible. 6. The courts have decided that refusing to take papert from the office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, la prima facit evidence of in tentional fraud. Post mas tore who notify a publisher that hie pa per la not taken from the office, are reqnirod to give the reas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 19 June 1856

Agricultural. Bugs on Vines. We sometimes hear ef tobacco Dust, plas ter, aefce and soot, being dueled upon the plants as a preventive. It is well known that plaster, ashes and soot aro all excellent fertilizers, and facilitate the growth of the plants, if thrown upon the ground contig uous to tliel: roots. Hut if it is thrown up on the leaves, it fills up and stops the pores, and clogs the freo circulation of the juices, and prevents the harmonious workings of God s natural laws in producing the chemi cal changes of the sap in the leaf by con tact of light and heat of the sun and air. Tho vine-grower will find by pursuing this course, that he checks the growth of his plants by covering the upper surfaces of the leaves of any kind, while the under surfa ces are left free, (the moat vulnerable as well as the most inviting point of attack by the enemy,) and that he has thrown more dust in his own eyes than he has in the eyes of the bugs. By forcing plants into a pre mature growth, the...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 19 June 1856

G. BENSON WILL'S CATALOGUE OF CATALOGUE OF DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, DYE-STUFFS, &C., &C., MAIN STREET, M'ARTHUR, O. Drugs and Chemicals. Ml Acid Acetic, No. 8, do Citric, do Benzoic, do Muriatic, do Nitric Commercial, do Oxalic, do Sulphuric, do Tartaric, Ammonia Aqua, do Carbonate, do Suts. Arom, Antimony Crude Powdered, do lartratc, Antimonial Wine, Aqua Fortis, Arrow Koot ucrmuaa, do Jamaica, do American, Arnica Flowers, Arsenic, do Fowler's Solution, Balsam Copavia, Barbadacs Tar, Baybcrry Pulv., Beeswax, Blood Root, Jjr-y Bluo Maf,s, v. Borax Ilofiuod. .brimstone, Bristol Brick (Scouring) Buchu Leaves, Burgundy Pix Calomel in bulk ,1 V 1 lk l.nttl.ia Camphor Rclincd, Cantharidcs, do Pulv, do Emplastra, Castilo Soap, Canela Alba Powdered, Cardamon Seed, Cayenne African, . do do Pulv, do American, Chalk, do French, do Prepared do Precip. An T?vl WA Charcoal, IbCA Cloves, ' f'i ni n r3ci Cochineal, W& Colchicum Root, U$m Corrosivo Sublimate, ihfii Confection Sen...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 26 June 1856

4 I 13! 81 lil II II III - Ifl ll il 1 EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF WHATEVER STATE Oil PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL-Thot. Jefferton. VOL. 4. M'AHTHUlt, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JUNE 20, 1856. NO. 45. JSP IS PUBLISHED EVEEY TH0BSDAT BY PEAIICE & SPENCE. ALIX. PE1RCE. JOHN T. SPEKCE. OFFICE IN M ALONE'S BUILDING, IBONT 1TREET, Ii'ARTHDB, OHIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. One cony one year, In advance, $1,50 If paid after bix months, 4,00 Club of ten new subscribers to 1 P. 0. 10,00 The money must invariably accompany the rders from Clubs. MPNo paper will be discontinued until all ar- rir(fei are paid op, unless at the option of the Publisher. When the paper la not ordcrod tobe dlscontln d at the end of the year, it will be continued. . ..TF.IOIM OF ADVERTISING,-; One Square (lO linoe)3 Insertion..-' . -$1,00 Each additional insortion 25o 8,MONTU. t MONTHS. 12 MONTHS. One square 3,00 5.O0 S,uo Two square 6.00 8,00 12.00 Three do. 7,00 10,00 1 5,00 Xooluma 10.00 15,00 20,00 co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 26 June 1856

Blc&rljiirgfflotfiif. THURSDAY, JDNE 2C, 1S5C. FOB PRESIDENT, . JAMES BUCHANAN, OF PENNSYLVANIA. TOR VinfPRESIDKNT, JOHN 0. BKEUKINRJDGE, ' OF KENTUCKY, Democratic Presidential Electors. SENATORIAL JMCTOItS. WILLIAM KENNON, Jb., of P.elmont. ALEXANDER P. MILLER, of Butler. 1st, SHELDON I. KELLOGG, of Hamilton. fj. HENRY F. SED AM, of Hamilton. M. AVI1 CLARK, of Montgomery. 4th. ISAAC II. THOMAS, of Darke. Btli. EDWARD FOSTER, of William. th. MICHAEL H. DAV IS, of Clormont. 7!i. WILLIAM CT.OSSEN. of Warren. ith. WILLIAM KF.RSHNER of Clark. th. GEO HUE E. SENEY, of Seneca. 10th. LEV I DUNG AN, of Jackson, llth. ALFRED McVEIGII, of Fairflild. 14th. JACOB SLYH.of Franklin. 18th. JOHN TIFFT. of Huron. Hth. J0I1N0. MYERS, of Ashland. 15th. JOSEPH BURNS.of Coshocton. 1th. JAMES M.OAYLORD.of Morgan. 17th. BENJAMIN F. Sl'RlGGS.of Nobis. ISth. Al.PHONSO HAKT.of Portage. 19th. HENRY H.DODGE. of Cuyahoga. Suth. GEORGE G. G1LLETT, of ABhubula. flat. GEl RUE COOK, of Harrison. DEMOCRATIC STAT...

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. — 26 June 1856

c;attS4ur gnnotrat. Subscribers to Newspapers. We publish the following for tlio benefit of sub cribers to newspapers : 1. Subscribers who do not give notice to eontrary, are considered as wishing to continue tneir subscription. 1. If tho subscribers order tie discontinnanco of their papers, the publisher may continue tend then until all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take their periodicals from the office to which they are di rooted, they are held responsible until they have scuieo. me dim ana ordered them discontinued. ' 4. If subscribers romove to othor nlacen witl,, out Informing tho publishers, and tho papers wu, w ujb lurnior airection, they are held ro sponsible. 8. Tho courts have decided tbatrofusing to take papers from the office, or removing and leaving "om "ucauca rer, is prima facu evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per is not tukon from tho office, are required g.ve wie reason wny tlioy aro not ta...

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. — 26 June 1856

Agricultural. atom Double Sweet William, (Dianthus larlalu.) The Sweet William has been an inhabitant of the flower gardens forcen turies, tnd inthe cottage plot, it is still a favorite. The double varieties, however, re scarce; they are very beautiful, and equally sweet-scented with the single. As they cannot produce seed (no truly dou ble flower can do gfitlie male and female organs being changed into petals,) it is ne cessary to increase them by layers ; this is readily done, by 'pegging down the side ehoots, in the summer, alter the bloom is over, making a cut in the stem, in the usual manner of layering them ; then, when fuirly rooted, transplant to where it is wanted. All this family of plants are remarkable Jor their agreeable fragrance, includinor the Carnation and Picotee, and the pink, In its numerous species, i hey are rrostly na tives of Europe and Asia. The Sweet Wil liam will grow in any good soil, and is a no tive of Germony. All double flowers are produced by a high ...

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 July 1856

i Iff II rt in in in i2 if j JUSTICE EQUAL AND CVAtT TO ALL JTIKX, OF WIIATEVEK M'AllTIIUll, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JULY 3, STATE OK PEKSITJ VSIOJV, 1CELIGIOUS Oil POLITICAL.-Thos. Jtft erson. 1850. b PPta gtmocrat. - . 13 PUBLISHED EVERT THUESPAT BY PEAUCE ft SPEXCE. ILEX. TEARCE. juiJH T. srENCE. OFFICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, mONT HItEET, Jl'AHTUUI, OU10. 1 . TERMS OF 1't'BLlCATION. Ono copy ono yoar, lu advaueo, fl,?,0 It' paid aftertax month, 2 00 Clubs nf ten now sub;erilcr U1 1. 0. 10,00 Tho money mut l.ivariably accompany tho order from t'lubn. ISTNo paper will lio iliKcontiniicd nnlil all r- reAraKes nro paid p, uuIobs ut tho opliuu 01' tho When tho pnporls not ordered to ho dlp.contiu uod at tho cud of tho yuar, it will bo continued. TERMS Of ADVERTISING. nnoSquaro (10 1Iucb)8 Inccrtloiia. Each udditiunal iiuurtlim 3 U'lSTIIH. 0 MONTHS. 1,00 2."0 13 M0NVH8. $S,0 13,00 1.V00 no Bqnaro $1,00 Two squares G,0l) Throo do. 7,00 . W colmuu lo,(H) 4 column 1,1,(10 All rule mid flcurn ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 3 July 1856

Sty Btc4ur grawal THURSDAY, J PLY 3, 1356. FOB PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN, Of PENNSYLVANIA. FOB VICkTrKSIDT.NT. JOHN 0. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. Democratic Presidential Electors. IRKATOHIAL ILICTORS. WIM.1AM KENNON..I.,of Kelmont ALfcXAKDEK P. MILLElt, of Hutlor. tt, SIIF.LDON I. KELLOGG, of Hamilton Sd. HENRY F.SKDAM.of Hamilton. 8d. DAVID CLAHK.of Montgomery. 4th. ISAAC II. THOMAS, of Drke. ; 6tb. EDWAK1) FOSTER, of William th. MICHAEL H. DAVIS, of Clarmont. Tih. WILLIAM CROSSEN, of Wirren. 8th. WILLIAM KEItSHNER of Clark. 9th. GEOKHE E. SENEY, of Seuoca. 10th. LEVI DUNGAN.of Jackson. 11th. ALFRED MoVEIGH, of Fairfield. 12th. JACOB SLYII.of Franklin. 13th. JOHN TIFKT, of Huron. Uth. JOUNC. MYElffl.of Ashland. 15th. JOSEPH BURNS, of Coshocton. lth. JAMES M. OAYLORD, of Mown. 17th. BENJAMIN F.8PRIGGS, of Noblo. 13th. ALl'HONSO HART.of Ported. 19th. HENRY II. DODGE. of Cnrahoira. 10th. GEORGE G. G1LLETT, of Ashtabula. !ilt. GE( RGE COOK, of Harrison. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. r.oa jc...

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

ihit tlte Bfilifch Government had siren no a .1 I il . .1 l D . instructions anu irai mey naa noinieniion la cotiigeo, aeio tiouub tne taws or the u. States; bat that to far as related to the pro- ceediuca of the Consuls, (lie explanations which Dad been offered. were not niTicientlr satisfactory. . lief .Majesty's Government iiou uuijn uauan opportunity oi arriving . any - lunuusion as 10 me course iney . should adopt; but" as tooiW as they bid, it should be communicated to Parliament, and me ctispatrhes, a copy of whir air. Dallas had left with bim, sliuM oe Jaid on the ta ble. - lttioutit it his duty also to state m. n.ll.. I.., I . I ....... 1 i- ,.1. . nua muv ,vuu iiiiu uuiurr uis - . L. I - I.!.. l .L. - paicn, in which me question or Central America was treated. . On thai subject, the ..American Government considered that there UfDMk A ma narlo nf ,Ka 1 I t . r.iui me ijmcsuuii nuicn mignt iyith advantage be made a subject of arbitra tion between the two Governments. Lord Pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 3 July 1856

Agricultural. Hints for this Week. I. Do vrt your work on the road now, if .murine, tvliy T lsecaute jou miift begin buying soon, and jou can't spend the time in. Jk cause the work done now, w ill give you the wc of the improvement all summer. Because if you wait till after harmt, you might almost as well wait till next year. fl. 1'ckt good cart of your uletving tjows. Trovide a good supply of fresh air !n them during the day, and good ventilation by night. But do not allow a current of mulit uir CFpcciully iu damp districts to blow directly on your bed. This is peril, on?. HI. Unices your well or spring (jives you 6oft vater, have a filter, and jitter rain wuttr through it for your drinking water. The .-ell watar, in a large portion of the West, has in solution corrosive matter, -which irritates the alimentary canal. Uuless the water in your well or spring fil ters through sand, or sand rock, it is not en tirety Bale. Ordinary rain water, even 'without filtering, is healthier. IV. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 17 July 1856

.. ..... - t ;.: . . . EQUAL AXD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL WEN, OF WHATEVER STATE OR PERSUASION, KELIGIOUS OR POLITICAI Th jeffmm. VOL. 4. M'ARTHUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JULY 17, 1856. NO. 48. 5tcrr gtmotrat. 18 PUBLISHED EVEHY THURSDAY BY PEARCE & SPEH'CE. ILEX. FEARCE. .JOHN T. SFERCE. OFFICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, , rUOKT STliLET, li'ABTHUK, OU10, , TERMS OF rimLICATIOX. ; Ono copy one year, In advance,' ' ,11.50 If paid after six months, ' k . , 4,0 : !lub-of ton naw aubKorilom toi P. 0. - 10.00 Tha money must invariably uceompany the.! enter irom ciiuoa. - j . kiPNo paper will bo discontinued until allar ruaratroa are paid up, unleaa at the option of the Publisher. ' Whon the papr la not ordered to be disenntin ' at tliu and of tho jonr, It will bo ci nliiiitcd. " TK1UIS OP AMMIT1K1NG. One Square (li'lim-u'lS interliona.' '.fl.OO Each, additional uservioU" Ufa ' " 8 months. 6 Mofliiia. Ai montiih. Oneiqnaro , 340 ' -fiOO H,00 Two sqtiaros 6,00 '' -8,00 U.W Throo do. .". 7,00 '10v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 17 July 1856

ffjjt SlcSriJur gtinotrat. THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1856. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN, OF TEKKSYLVAJiU. rOR VICE PRESIDENT, JOI1N 0. BRECK1NU1DGE, OF KENTUCKY. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. . ton jvnat of Tin frrxiwn corar. ItUFtS 1. KAKNEY. BOARD or ri'NI.IU WOKII. wavm: guis wold. CbJIlll'SlONEB C COMMON tCUOOLI, II. II. BAItXEY. Democratic Convention. Tho Democrat of the several townihlps In Vinton County aro requested to meet t the usual place of holding elections in their respective townships, on Saturday, Augut 16th, A. D. ISM, at 4 o'clock P. M., and then and there proceed to elect tho number of delegates to which the rcipeo tiv townships are entitled, to nerve In the Demo emtio County Convention, to he held in McArthor on Monday, August IStb, 1358, at 12 o'clock M for the purpose of nominating Dumocratio candi dates for County Auditor, Sheriff, Recorder, Cor oner, Treasurer and Commissioner; to appoint eighteen delegates to attend the Dcmocratio Con prewlonal Convention for tho Uth C...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 17 July 1856

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. A Chance to Break Down the Democrat! Any responsible Black Republican or Know Nothing can have the Democrat one year, and pay for it when James Buchanan it elected President rf the United States death alone to render void the contract. VTe will take one thousand subscribers on tbe above terms. Walk up, gentlemen, and get a good paper one year "free gratis," at the usual bates! mmm 9 ' Elk Township Buchanan Club will meet at the Court House on SATURDAY EVENING NEXT at 7 o'clock. Da. L. HoLLiND will deliver the address. The democrats of this Township, and all others favorable to the election of Buchan an end Breckinridge, are respectfully invited to become members of the Club. EVENING NEXT at 7 o'clock. July 17. A. PEARCE, SEC'Y. A Constable Suot. Constable Benjamin Shcppard was shot through the hand at Al lensville, on Saturday last, by Warren Den nison, while attempting to arrest the latter, for assault upon a Mr. Redman and his wife. Denuison finully gave himself ...

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