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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 17 July 1856

Agricultural. HINTS FOR THE SEASON. This number of the Farmer will reach a multitude of our readers whilo in the midst of their haying or harvesting, or both. Tho premonitions given by the thermometer thus far betoken a very hot summer. The amount of excessively hot weather since tho middle of June, has been relatively great, notwith standing the rains have been, in the region of Cleveland, abundant. Where drought has occurred.as it has at the WeBt and bouth, the heat has been severe. It may be more so, as the summer advances till the year rounds into the cooler autumn. How the heat may be endured, and the severe labors of the season performed without injury to health, is a practical problem of some im portance. Without attempting a full solu tion of it, we will make a few suggestions which we know our readers will receive kindly, whether they think them wise and needful or not. We would recommend frequent bathing in cool, (not very cold) water. Or if not, then in the evening, after...

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 July 1856

.-..- ' f"'L,; "..i ' S. I rUAL AND CT JLSTItE TO ALL MEN, OF WHATEVER STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL.-TVw. Jfffi trton. VOL. 4. M'ABTnUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JULY 24, 1850. NO. 49-. . t : ' j".;-v.-l ril... ..--i-.-7VN'. ''-J. , . I M . .' ' ''. V"" " 1 w : W K 'TOR ' : Mr J- : I F ' . ; ' .''.. ' V' ' ' ' ' ' V :r. . " , . . - - . , . ; -IR4ur gcmocnt. ' -T rUBUSHED EVEBT THURSDAY BY PEAUCE Si SPENCE. ALII. rtABCE. , JOHN T. SFEHCK. FFIC IN MAON'S BUILDING, IBOKT STIIEIT, H ABTUCl, OI1IO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. , tB copy on tear, fn advance, $1,50 If pai J aftor tlx months, 8,00 Club f ten Mir subscriber to 1 P. 0. 10,09 Tha mono? moat invariubly accompany the rdars from Clubs; ... f iTNo paper will bo discontinued until all ar tArtg6 ar paid np, unless at Ui option of tb Publisher. r. . Wn tbe paper I not ordered to be discootia kl at the end of the year, It will be continued. TERMS OP AOVrJlTISINO. - -OaeSqaar (loJin) JmrUon'' .v.. 'fl ,.0e Xauh additional inwrtion....

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 24 July 1856

TUUKSDAY, JULY 24, 1856.. FOB FBKSlDEJiT, . JAMES BUCHANAN, OF FENK3YLYA&IA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, Cr KENTUCKY. DEMOCRATIC 8TATE TICKET. rm rnoi ot Tin sir-arm writ. ltfJFLS 1. KAN KEY. soaud of rrBLio wflais. . WAYNE GUIS WOLD. COtfMKMONIII Or 00011 SCHOOL!, II. II. BAltKEY. Democratic Convention. The Democrat of the several townships in Vinton County are requested to meet at the usuul placee of holding elections in their respective towneUips, on Saturday, August 16th, A. D. 1S59, at 4 o'clock I M., tnd then and there proceed to elect the unmoor of delegate to which the respec' tire townships ere entitled, to serve in the Demo- eratlo County Convention, to be held in MoArthur on Monday, August ISth, 1S59, at 12 o'clock M., far the purpose of nominating Domocratio ctndi inlet for County Auditor, Sheriff, Becorder, Cor' cner, Treasurer and Commissioner; to appoint eighteen delegate! to attend the Domocratio Con gresaional Convention for the 11th Congressional ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 24 July 1856

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. The Elk Township Buchanan Club Will meet at tie Court Houston Saturday eve ning next at T o'clock. Addraaa by 2. f. BINQH AM, Eq. o become member of the Club by calling on th Secretary, at the Democrat office, or at the Court Hon during tie meeting, and signing tlie eon- A. PEARCE, SEC'Y Important! On dlt, that tht Mintral R-glon Herald cf this place is soon to hoist the Fremont and Dayton flag. We don't cure how soon. but as the Black Republicans will crow over It as an accession, we stato in advance that it has always been owned by Know Noth ings and Black Republicans, and has been from the first, considered by the Democrats of this county as an opposition paper. OCrThe report circulated at II tmden that the "attempt to organize a Buchanan Club in Mc Arthur, was a failure, and that everybody here is going for Fremont,'1 is a ridiculous falsehood. The Club numbers about fifly members, although it has had but two meet ings, and the Democrats from tho country lave b...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 24 July 1856

Wit and Humor. . Progress ot time A pedlar going thro' the country with wooden clocks . -' " Capital punishment, " as the boy said when the schoolmistress sea lad him with the girls. - ' "Tho Individual who broke the ice with his first stump speech, was drowned in ap 'plause. ' "Knowledge is power," As the boy said when his muter floored bim with the die- .tionsry. - Where did the dentists originally come iromi Tuscany, ol course. ' Why is G like the sun! Because it is the tenter of light. Content hangs not so high but that a man on me ground may reach lU Ths Miser Foiled. An old miser in New Ens-land, owning a farm, found it im. possible to do his worlc without assistance, ana accordingly ottered any man food for performing the requisite labor. A half. erved pauper, hearimr of the terms, ac cepted them. Before going into the fields In the morning, the fanner invited his help to breskfist ; after finishing the morning meal, ine old ssin-nint tnoueht It would be esving time if they s...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 31 July 1856

4 I El 1 r 1 III KIUAL ASD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL IIE., OF WHATEVER STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICALTTio,. Jefferson. VOL. 4. M'ARTIIUli, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JULY 81, 1850. NO. 50. The McArthur Democrat. II PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY FEARCE ft SFEXCE. ALII. FEARCE. JOHIf T. BFEHCE. Ff ICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, RO!IT STREET, ll'ARTIICH, OUtO. TEIWS OF PUULICATION'. Ona copy on year, In advance, $1,G0 If ptld after six months. i!,(0 Clubs of tea now subscribers to 1 P. 0. 10,00 Th money must invariably accompany tho rdcrs from Clubs. W No paper will bo dixcontlnueil until all ar- Kuratfcs are paid up, unless at tho option of tho Publisher. When tha paper li not ordered to ba discontin ued, at the end of the yeur, it will be continued. TERMS OF ADVF.IITIS1.NG. One Square (10 lines) 8 insertions 11,00 Each additional Insertion 25c t MONTHS. ( MONTHS, l'j MONTHS. One square 8,00 5,()0 s,oo Two square! 6 00 6,00 12.00 Three do. 7,00 10,00 15.00 keolumn 10,00 is.00 20.00 y colum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 31 July 1856

!jc 3!lcSrtjur jltuwrat. THURSDAY, JULY 31, 185C. I Ybu i'u ksi i)kxt, " " JAMES BUCHANAN, 1F PENNSYLVANIA. FOR VICE I'REKIPEST. JOHN U. DUECKLNKIDGE, OF KF.XTCCKY. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. rt.n .-men r Tin Mriirvr mrv.r. 1:1 vi s v. mM:Y. wavm: ukiswold. i otiy h""Icini:r or cnsivov FmooL, II. II. H.UCSUY. Democratic Convention. Tho PemocraU of tho several townsl.ips in Vinton County are requested to meet at tho usual jluccs of lioldintr elections in their roepcotive tiwDKlilps, on Saturday, August I Jib, A. 1). hi i o'clock P. M., and then end there proceed to cloct the number of delegates to which the resrcc tive township arc entitled, to servo iu tho Demo cratic County Convention, '..'la held iu Mc Arthur cn Monday, August 15th, If J1, at 111 o'dk Mi, fr tlio pnrpc.se of nominating Democratic candi dates for County Auditpr, Sheriff, Recorder, Cor oner, Treasurer and Commissioner; to appoint tiglitecn delegates to attend tho Democratic Con gressional Convention for tho lltli Cong...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 31 July 1856

LOCAL DEPART!! EXT. THURSDAY, :::: JULY 81, I8.1O. The Elk Township Buchanan Club Will moot at the Court House on Saturday cvo alng next at 7 o'clock. Address by E. A. BRATTON, Eq. The democrats of Elk TownBhip are requested to become members of the Club by calling on the Secretary, at thoDomocrat olllco, or at the Court House during the mooting, and signing the con A. PEARCE, SEC'Y. Women and Politics. It haa been conceded that in no country upon the earth do the ladies command so much re spectful attention as in our own. This defcreneo W the fair portion of creation li;i9 bocoino a char- - acteristio of the American pcoplo, and it will probably always to remain, unices, indeed, tho ue men and He women or tlio Abby kclty and WendenrUllpsscUhouldMiccccdiutboirdo. such an event ever occur, no doubt Jonathan will place hia hands in his capacious pockets with an milint!n tl.rnaf .nil nltli A -Inn! ,.-. Hm " no more ho draws His conq'rlng sword in any woman's cause." Until some such soc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 31 July 1856

Miscellaneous Articles. The Nomination of Fremont—A Corrupt Monetary Scheme at the Bottom of it. H has been from the first evident to In telligent men that Lieutenant Fremont was nominated fui President by a corrupt clique in New York citr. who desired to use him lot their 0vn purpose?. Read the following disclosure from the New York Day-Book. Ther are rich : The few Fremont men in and about Vull treet have carried long faces and drooping htads the lost few days, in consequence of the disclosures made tenanting the 1'uiancial af fairs of their favorite hankii.g firm in this city. We have teen in possession of ill the material facts for many Jays, and, knowing Mr. Fremont as we do, have been no more surprised at the failure of bis house than we . ... . ! -r . .L. 1IJ inoukl D Bt llie lauure 01 any n'.ner vt uu 011 desperate speculator. Nearly everybody in Wall-street knew, three months ago, that Mr. Fremont was playing a desperate game loi the nomination, and money and promis es flow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 7 August 1856

r - 4 1 1 l 1 !r 1 I i 1 . XV 1 v ; - EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEJT, OF WHATEVER STATE On PCnSUASIOX, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAI Tkot. 'Jerson. VOL. 4. M'ARTHUll, VINTON COUNTY,. OHIO, ; AUGUST 7; J85C : :'.v N0..5). 9 ? I-.; sr.", - i - ' J ' .urn in r je PUBUSHED ETEB7 THUBSDAT BY . PEAUCE & 6FEXCE. ALII. PEABCE. , ' ' JOHN T. 8FEHCB. OFFICE IN MALONE'8 BUILDING, ' , 'JBONT iTBEIT, M'aRTU OR, OHIO. ' . .. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. . One copy one year, in advance, ,' $1,50 If paid after ux months, - i,00 Clubs of ten uew subscribers to I P. 0. 10,00 Tha monev mu.it invnrmblv rtucoinianv tlia rile from Clubs. , tOTHo paper will ba discontinued until all ar rearage are paid up, unlese at the optica of the Publisher. When the papor Is not onlrid to bo dintln 110 J at Mm ona a tha y r, H will bo continued. TERM OP ADVERTISING. One Square (10 linen) 8 lntuirtUina. Each additional insurtion . (1,00 250 19 MONTH". 8,00 11.00 1SO0 t MONTHS. 6 MONTHS. One square - $8,00 . 5.00 TwO squares...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 7 August 1856

BTcrtbnr gcmotiat. for ft.eside.nt, JAMES BUCHANAN, O? PENNSYLVANIA. , FOR VICE-TRKSITiKKT JDI1N C. BRECKLNT.JDGE, Or KENTUCKT. MU0CBAT1CSTATE TICKET. ni irDGt of tri srr-iiriii rcFRT. UUFl S P. It .4 SLY. . board or ri'ni.ie work. WAYNE URISWOLD. f VMBrMTOXF OP COMMON K1100L, II. 11. II A km: Y. Democratic Convention. Tha Democrats of the several towoshlpa in Ylntoa County ro requested to meet at trie usual placet of holding electiona in their rvapoctive towoshlpa, on Saturday, August 18th, A. D. 1S56, at 4 o'clock P. M., and then and thore proceed to lect the number of delegates to which the repce Are townships are entitled, to serve in the Demo ratio County Convention, to be held in McArthur a Monday, August 18th, 1S3A, at 12 o'clock M., tot the purpose of nominating Democratic candi dates for County Auditor, Sheriff, Recorder, Cor- ner, Treasurer and Commissioner; to appoint eighteen delegates to attend tbe Democratic Con freaalonal Convention for the 11th Congressional District...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 7 August 1856

- LOCAL DWRtMENT. THERSDAV. :: AEGL'ST T, 185B. The Elk Township Buchanan Club Will meet at A Court on kUf neat at T o'clock. . . ' r Address by E. A. BRATTON, Ta. , The democrats of Elk Township are requested to become members of the Club by calling on the atretary , at the Democrat office, or at the Court and signing the con A. PEARCE, SEC'Y. Clinton Tp. Buchanan Club. A, meeting was held at Hamrteu on Thurs fc; evening last and. the preliminary Btcpi taken to foim a Buchanan Club, The school bouse was pretty well crowded and consid erable enthusiasm was manifested by the Democrats present. Brief addresses we re de livered by Judge Hewitt and E. F. Bingham ef this place, and by a Mr. Spencer, of Park rsburgh, Ve., who happened to be .there through a failure to connect with the Ma'i; tta road. The eloquent remarks of Mr. S., drew shouts of hearty applause from .the au dience, and we trust disabused tjio minds or Soma persons present as to the feelings of the southern people for the...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 7 August 1856

Miscellaneous Articles. A Working Man's Experience. M. W. King of Racine, gives a most in teresting relation of his experience iu Kan sas. After relating the circumstances that led to his emigration his arrival In Kansas city, in Missouri, with his family he writes: Leaving my family, I started for the promised land.' I travelled just one hun dred and eight miles, according to the sur vey, before I could find a sufficiency of tim ber to warrant me in an attempt to build a house. At Pawnee, the capital as projected by Gov. Reeder, or rather within a distance of five miles, from that paper city, I eucceed . ed in malting a claim of 80 acres, on which, after much severe labor and privation, I aucceeded In raising a house that would shelter myself and family. During all the time of my struggle in the wilderness I waa aided and assisted in every way by my neighbors, Slissounans, and, indeed, never evoahadto wait longer for their help than tbey saw wherein they could assist me. My claim m...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 21 August 1856

E . . u . . . ' . ' . . a. ' : ... - ' . . . KV';- ; v Id 111 A?S'I .. .... - ., -. I ft: - v ' J rati M. HI EQUAL AND EX ACT JESTICE TO ALL MEX, OF WHATEVER STATE OH PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL. Thot. J-Jferton. VOL. 5. ,r .M'AllTIIUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, AUGUST 21, 1856 NO. I , ' - 1 . '" . . ' a J UBUSHED "svVaV THUBSDAT BY i -' ' .7 ,1'EARCE Ot SPENCE. " . ' ptARCBi: - ;v . '-ibns t.spehck. . U :;TERm'dP:tvBMCATIOX : 1 .Ona copy one yenr; in advance, , . (1,60' V U palJafWaia montlur; " i - ?. ' , , .. -. Clubs of tenuow wtriboritolP. 0- 10,00; t' "" The money imst invAriibJy -utoompany the a rderH ft-oin Olnha.' - . . ' '-.' ! -I ' -ti'JNo pillar 'win lie dincontinued until all ar " ' ;" arn,".a.rtti'lpk uilos H 1m ofdou of th ..vlbn-t.i-. ' 4 -'.... .'.- " When the paper w not ordured to bo disconunt t Bed at the end of the year, it 'will be continued., i , TERMS or ADVERTISING. . - i ' OneBquare (10 line) 8 insertions .$1,00 . Ech additional inHertioo 250 8 UONTIla. 6...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 21 August 1856

FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN, OF PENNSYLVANIA. fob vice niFsmENT. v- JOHN C.. BRECKINRIDGE, 0 KENTUCKY. Democratic Presidential Electors. SKNATnRIAL ILICTOH. WILLIAM KKNNON,.T.. of Belmont. ALEXANDKli P. MILLEK,of Butler. v 1ft, f TIElDON T. KELLOGO, of Hamilton, i til? IIBNUY . BKDAH. rf Hamilton. . 1. I IT I 1 i 11 t T . TT 1 If . . 4th. ISAAC II. THOMAS, of Dark. 6 Li, EDWARD FOSIEK, of Williams. 6tb. MICHAEL IT. DAVIS, of Clermont 7th. W ILLI AM OROSSEN, of Wiirren. 6th. WILLIAM KErWHNER of Clark. th. GF.OKUF, E. SENEV, of Kinoes. , . 10th. LEVI 1'lUNOAN. of Jackson. 11th. ALFRED MoVE10.II, of FairfloU. lJth. JACOB BLTH.of Franklin. 13th. JOHN TIFFT. of Duron. . . .' Kth. JOHN C. M YEH3,.of AUland. ... 15! b. JOSEPH BUlOiP.of Cobhoeton. lflth. JAMES M. OAYIiORD.nf Morgan. 17th. BENJAMIN F. PPRIQGS,of Nobis. ISth. ALFHONSO HAUT.of Port(fe. 08th. I1KNKYII. DODGE, of Cuyaliojra. llth. GEOUGK O. OILLETT, of AabUbula. 12it. GEtKOE COOK, of Harrison. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, toa jcdq...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 21 August 1856

(fJtSltSttJur-geinocrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. TnUKSDAV, AVr.VT 81,' 1830. Grand Rally of the Democracy at Hamden. There will be a Mass Meeting of the dem ccracy of this legion, at Ilamden, in this County, on Friday the 29 ih day of this Konth. Able speakers have been invited to address the meeting. Their names will be aiinounc d as soon as it can be ascertained that they will positively be present. Ex-Gowiior Wm. Medill, Col. Samuel Medary, Hon. E.B. Olds, Durbin Ward and Jii. Sloan Esqs., are among those invited to U present. Mass Meeting at Hamden. The democrats of Ilamden ajid vicinity are Baaing extensive preperatioiis fur the Mass Meeting which is to be held at that place on tbe 29th inst. They have procured the ChiUicothe Brass Band to discourse music to the assembly and enliren the exercises of the day. They are also preparing to raise a pole from which the stars nnJ stripes shall float gaily to the breeze. Huzza for the democra cy of Hamden ! Let everybody torn out to the meeti...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 21 August 1856

ngton and tuuijsday.au1- . tv. FOR TStmth of every Fremont disunionist T A TVTT?C lan - " Bring back the government J AiVLlj the days of Washington and Jefferson." Yet Washington warned us, as a father warns his children departing before for the world of spirits, to beware of sectional di visions, and to frown upon their tint dute. ing. lieware of family strifes, the worst and inost fatal of others. - Now what did Jefferson lay on the very sublect now .ncitated by the distinionists this very JItsour Compromise, for his life fortunately was spared until that fatal period of our history. Though that coun try was then only the abode of Indians, and few cared for the future so they passed safely over the present. But the keen eye of Jefierson.tho fast and original friend of the freat territory weBtof the Mississippi wjiich e purchased and explored through Lewis d Llark, saw danger and trouble trrthe fuWe. That future is upon ua, and; we havont to refer to his opinions of the mad act of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 28 August 1856

w mm ' : H lb"' I F1 ' I El 11 J - ' . ' ' 1 1 f ' EQUAJL AXD tXACT JUSTICE TO ALL NEIf. OF WHATEVER sVaTE OH FEBSVAsioX, IIELIG IOtTSf Oil ' POLITICAL-Wot. J'ffcrm, M'AIi'f HUlt, 1 VINTON WTY.MlO; ll'UGUST 23.. 1856':,: NO. 2. ' VOL. 5. "Ul Y.l rfIM . lit 111 i.MI HI rci M.UI li. i t i r a s i r a i a I " II 1 ' III 1 1 " The McArthur Democrat. It PUBLISHED EVERY THUUSDAY BY ' PEABCE & SrEMCE. AlEX. PEAKCE. JOUB T. SFEKCE. OJFICE IN MALOKE'8 BUILDING, TOOHT tTHEIT, Jt'iF.TBl, OHIO. ' TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Ooaeopyonayear.ln advanoo, - If paid after tlx months, ' Clubt of un now aubtoribera to 1 P. 0. 10,00 Tha money musk Invariably accompany the aider from Clubt. ,, tNo paper will b discontinued until 11 ar reJraeea art paid up, unlet it tho option of. tlia Publisher. , ' , ,, ,, When th paptr it not ordered to bs dltcontln td at tht end of the year, it will bo continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Square (10 Unee)8 Intertlous 1.00 Each additional ineortiou - 8 MOMTm. t) lloNtna....

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 28 August 1856

THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1856. FOB PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN, OF PENNSYLVANIA. TOR VICE PKES1PENT, JOHN 0. BRECKINRIDGE, ' OP KENTUCKY. , .... Democratic Presidential Electors. ItWATOKUL ELtcrnKi. WILLIAM KENNON, J of llolmont. ALEXANDER P. MILLER, of JJutler. lit, PIIELTiON 1. KELLOGG, of n.miltcn. Id. HENRY F. BED AM, of Hamilton. d. DAVID CLAltK. of Montgomery. 4th. ISAAC II. TUOMAS.of D.irke. 8th. KDWAKD FOSTER. of Willira. 6th. MICHAEL II. DAVIS, of Clormont. 7ti. w ii.liau ckunskn. r w mn. th. WILLIAM KKKSflNEK of Clark. th. UEOKOEE. bENEY, of Seooca. 10th. LEVI IHNUAX.of Jaoluon. Uth. ALFRED MeVEIGII, of Kulrflcld. lath. JACOB SM'H.of Franklin. ' ., 13th. JOHN TIEFT, of 1nron. Hth. JOn.VC. MYERS, of Ahlnd. Jta. JOSEPH HirKN8,of Cohooton. J..VKS.W.OAYLORD,of Monran. ' M2 t?l'RIG(iS.of Nobis. 80lEVCny.hoM. ' . K O. I LLETT, ol Afctt.u!. lJC GEl RUE COOK, of lUniaoo. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. its jepoi or tbi irriim cocit, to mi VACAMCV. CORRINGTON W. SEARLE. f on ci8 or tiii irmm wr...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 28 August 1856

' glcrir gtmorrat. 'local department. Thursday, nun au(;ut ss, lsaa. Congressional Convention. The Congressional Convention, which met It Logs a on Tuesday last, nominated on the first ballot, unanimously. Hos. Wm. Medili, m the democratic eanJidato for this Con fressiooel District. , , . We hope every democrat in the district wltl now Q to work to secure the election f the distinguished gentleman for whom the i fJooveotiou witbAuch unanimity has asked the suffrages of the people. We ha ve noly time this week to announce :h? resulland placA the cendidate'i name at the head of our col rani. Proceedings next week. 0y Hon. Rufu Clioale, an old-liue whig, has written a letter to his oll political asso ciate, in which he declares hirosell for the democratic nominees. It is hot with senti ments of love for the Union.' replete with sound reasoning, and will tell immensely in the New England States, and in fact whercr tr the writer is known. (KrWe 8"' to see. by the Chillicothe AJvcr User, ...

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