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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 28 August 1856

The British for Fremont. The Fremont paper iu this city ire greatly delighted with the reception of Fremont' nomination iu Knglaud. Tbey publish at length a long and windy article of the Timet spproving the nomination, and certifying to Fremont's ability and statesmanship, and particularly to the luminous sagacity and profundity of that ridiculous teller of ac ceptance, written for him by Thurlow Weed and C. A. Dana, in which the young engineer follows so closely the poUct of General Tavlor in hie Allison let. ter, limiting himself to vue generalities and carefully avoiding the expression of any decided opinion upon any questiou before trie people. The "I am a Whig, but not an ultra Whig," of Geneial Taylor, is pretty closely lollowed by Fremont's avowal of Republican and anti-slavery sentiments. He is (Weed and Dana speaking for him) an Abolitionist, but not "an ultra Abolitionist." Uis letter, which is of the class of evasive documents that are a disgrace to our politics is gratly...

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. — 4 September 1856

if i W ...- J m -s A' I I 1. I Mill! EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL SIEIf , OF WHATEVER STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL- Jkot. 'jtfftrtm. VOL. 5. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 4, 1856. NO. 3. rUBXJSHED EVEBT IHUESD-T 8T FEARCE & 6PEXCE. AlEX. riABCB. JOB! T. BFEKCE. OJTICZ IN MALONE'8 BUILDING, MOXf STBXIT, M'ABTHVB, OHIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. On copy on year, In advance, 1 .80 If paid after six mon'.lu, .W Club or Un near tubwribm to 1 P. 0. 10,00 The money must invariably accompany lb erder from Club. tiTNo paper will be discontinued until til ar- rrige we paid np, unless at the option of (ba Jabliabar. . . . ,. Wben the paper ii not ordered to be diMontin id at the and of tbt year, it will be continued. TERMS OF AUVEKTISIItU. On Square (10 line) 8 Ini-ertloni 11.00 aoo additional luaeruon I month. 6 Ont iqnar S.OO Two squares 6 00 Three do. 7,00 W eoluron 10.00 25c 12 MONTH. 18.00 12 00 MOUTHS. $500 8 00 10,00 1600 80 00 80,00 1500 SO 00 W column 15,00...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 September 1856

8fr gB&riKgtnpai.v "tUUIUDAY, SEPtn,; 1S56T FOB rHESIOKNT. : f JAMES BUCHANAN, OF rKNNlYLVANIi. FOB VICE FRESIDKNT, JOHN 0. BRECKlMtlbCE, Or KENTrCKT. tfemoeratU rredeniiaf "fclectora. i. , ' , . MViTOKUI. ILICTOXi. WILLIAM KKNNON, J., of Blraont. AUJCANDKr.UILiEK,ef iJuUer. , - lit, PIIELTXW I. KELLOGG, of Hamilton. Sd. HENKYF. SEDAM.of JUmilton. 14. UAVlDCLARK.of Montgomery. 4th. ISAAC II. TllMA9,of Dark. Mh. EDWARD FOSTKK. of Williams. dth. MICHAEL II. DAVIS, of Clermont Tth. WILLIAM CROSS KN. of Wirren. . Hh. WILLIAM KEKS II NEB of Clark. h. OKuKUK E. SENEY.nf Seneca. 10th. LF.VIlL'NOAN.f JstliioB. 11th. ALFRED McVEICH.of Fairfiold. 11th. JACOB BI.YII.of Franklin. 14th. JOHN TIFF T. of Huron. Hth. JOHN'C. MYERS.of Aihlsnd. 15th. JOSEPH BURNS, of Coshocton. 16th. JAME8M.GAYLORD.of Worjan. 17th. BENJAMIN F. SPRIGGS.of Nobis. 13th. ALPHONSO HAKT.of Portag. . 09th. HENRY H. DODGE. of Covahoira. JUS. GEORGE G. G1LLETT, of AabUbula. . liafGEl BGE COOK, of Harrison. DEMOCRATIC STAT...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 September 1856

J TrOCAVDEPARTMENT,; THVUSDaY,' SEPTEMBER 4,-WS. Mass Meeting at Hamden—from 1,500 to 2,000 Democrats in Council! .The mass picking at oa last was a very'laree gat'beting.the number present being estimated by good judges, at from 1,500 toS.OOO, we think nearer the latteKtehstl(i)nfc?t2VreV -t'J. Ail '. In the morning a beautiful kickory pole about 140 feet in length was raised, and as we entered the town,, the stars and stripes, were being hauled up, amidst the cheers of the assembled multitude. " : A procession wns. shortly aflerwarJs for med, and, marshaled by Sfajr E. A. Brat ton, marched to a delightful grove near the town where seats had been prepnred and a speaker's stand erected. .. . ... Tho meeting waa iprgani bj appoint ing Judge E. Johnson, of Jackson County "President, John Stevenson, Esq., of Ber lin and Enoa Jennings, of Hamden, Vied presidents, and IAV iPearW ol M'Arthur, Secretary. ". ' . ' , The President, after a few rcniarks.appro priate to his position and the oc...

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

Wit and Humor. The Reason for Refusing. : Mr. Poppa paid hi two hundred aad aigiy Mvtntb visit to Ml Clria -Cooler, th ether evening. ll found ber In a rocker, alone, in the ptrlor etola bit. arm around her alabaster neck aadaipped the nectar, f ber eherry lip a proceeding thr) waa not tha lcaat barm in, considering that Itbey had come to an agreement and were general!? reported to be on tba high road to matrimony. The led took it all quietly, . even Indifferently, to ludire from tha lassi tude of ber attitude in the rocker. Die laxy we ef ber fan, and her exclamation of eoma ' thing between a high-he and a ya-hura. -f Coninion-placea were disposed of. Then followed a silence, broken only by Mr. Poppa flapping at the tnusketoea, and Mis Clarissa fanning hereell unceasingly.' At length Poppa proposed a promenade and ice-cream which Clariasa declined, adding: . j 'I wiah to atay at home for I have some thing particular to tell you.' 'Indeed!' eaid Poppa; 'what Is it. dear?' You expect...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 18 September 1856

. i.-:.- i ..... -.fl 7: !? 11 i III VV 141 HI Its. Mil I ' tt7: 11 I. ' , , euul and exact justice to all nex; or whAteve state on persuasion, religious oh political. nos. jtfmon. -VOL- fe!:.';-.;: ; ; M'AllTHUErVINTO .COUNTY, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 18, 1856. : ; NO. f). fiF e IS TUIUSHED EVERY THOBSDAT BY I'EAUCE SPESCE. r J LEX. rEABCE, . , . : .J011K T. 8CEJICE. OFi'ICE IN ITALONE'3 BUILDING, ' .; '.' FRONT ITIktT, m'aIITUI, OHIO.' ' " , ,' TERMS pF PUBLICATION 1.50 K jut 10, oo : One copy ono year, In advance, , If paid ufteraix mon:h, , :- . - I'lnl.t ..r t.m nnw mibnorilicrslol V. 0. - Tho liloney nnist Invariably accompany the crUira fron tlibd. - ; ' .TfO pfr will k diat'ontinucd null! all nr jraKia are' paid up, unluaa at tho option of llio l'lililislicr. , . . . When tlio papor la not or Jercd to bo dlacontin ued at tho end of tho year, tt will be continued. TEItJM OF ADVEItTISIAG, Ono Square (10 lino) 3 Insertions-. l,0rt Kach additionul lnfcrtion 8 miNTiia. 6 uoNtua. 13 JIONTI...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 18 September 1856

THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 1856. F02 PRES1DKST, JAMES BUCHANAN, OF PENNSYLVANIA. TOR VICE I'KKSIDENT, JOHN U. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. Democratic Presidential Elector. iKJIATOIIIAl ILICTOHS. ' WILLIAM KF.XXOX.Js.. of liulmont. ALEXAXDKKr.MlLLElt, of Butler. 1st PHF.I.BOX 1. KKI.LORO, of Hamilton. Sd. HEXKY F. SKUAM.of Hamilton. Jd. DAVID CLARK, of Montgomery. 4th. ISAAC II. TIUMAS,of lrke. 6th. KDWAKD FOSTF.K. or William. ' '.h. MICHAEL II. DAVIS, of Clermont. 7th. WILLIAM OKOHSEN. of '" th. WILLIAM KEIiSHXKKoltUrk. Sth. GEOKUEK.BEXEV.cil St-ncca. lOih LFVI DUNOAX.of Jaekuf.n. JUh ALFREO SfoVEIGH, of Fairfield. 11th J U'i'B SLYH.of Frunklin. lath." JIIX TIFFT. of Huron. Hth. JOIIXO. MYKR9,of Ashland. 15th. JOSEPH Bl'HNS.of Coshocton. 11th. JAMF.SM.IJAYI.OKD.of Mornn. 17th. BEXJAYIX F. 8rK10.C.S, of Xoulc. 13th. ALVHOXSO IIAKT.of Portico. 09ih. lir.NKV H.ttnncK.of Cuyahoga. JUh. GF.ORHKHr.LETT, of Ashtabula, list. GEl KtiK COQItwf Harrison. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. tea jcdoi cr tnt ivwniw...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 18 September 1856

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, tUCPTKMUtK 18, 1830. Committees of the Vinton County Agricultural Society. Pursuant to previous Count; Agriculture! Society met on the 6th day of September, 1 830, at the Couit House So M'Athur. The following Committee? on Premiums were appointed: COMMITTEE ON CLASS "A" CATTLE. Joura Voss.of Rosj.Kiclimond P. 0 ; Mason Jokes, do. Gillespieville P. 0.; Wm. AusTur. Berlin, Jackson Co, CLASS "IP-HORSES-"' . : KADCLirr, Middleton, Jackson Co.; Dr. A. Counts, : , CHAS. TlAPHAOAS. CLASS NO. 2 JACKS & MULES. JOUH ROBBIHS, A. W. Both well, Thos. IIaywabd. CLASS "C" SIIKEP, . JOSUH WlLSOJt, t.m. Bat, K r . Wji. Tissue. , i CLASS ' D-'-HOGS. . JoH Swtf STO , Robert Sacs, . Jkhiil FiAzr.i. ; , CLASS "E"-P0ULTRY, Dr.AtoNDEE, Dr. L. Hollad, Dr. D. F. Baird. CLASS "F" 'FARMING IMPLEMENTS. John Morkisos, Johs Muhauakib John Eglebuhv . CLASS "G" MINERALS. C. Ncwkiric T. R. Stanley, David Jones. CLASS "H" DOMESTIC MANUFAC TURES. Mrs. Mart Richmond, Mrs. B.P.Hewitt, ll...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 18 September 1856

Miscellaneous Articles. Maine Election. From the returns by TeU'raph, appear i I it-nuli. .i... thitt eitrenie ' Las;ernouw V1 1 " r. -Ka. WnnlW Heads. SUPPOS-IIE 1189 BOHC 1UI lire vv.-j . l ito.doi.ew, but wean tell, better when . . i f.,n t, i ma tut in. what tne me true ami nu, character of lha election is. what of it ? Nothing at all.except it will induce the i re Sit to continue the fight a little longer Maine was never calculated on aa essential to Selection of Buchanan and Wckmridge. But how is it with the Woolly Heads? 1 he loss of Maine would hue put to flight lie last silly hoi of electing Ficn.ont wuh us rtlxtm Stata! ld Maine Rive,, a .i WeJ ilir political lives Imug upon a sing e hair, and when they found thut they had not been exterminated they rejoirtd as at the escape of instant d-ath. Not so will, the Pe.no. trats, they inn afford to lose. Maine ami a iliwn other stud. States and not be- aiarm ed I So, not even the occasion of alarm. Statesman. Mr. Amy, gn' 8Renl o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 25 September 1856

l.QUAL AKD LX4XT JISTICE TO ALL ME. OF WHATEVER STATE Oil FEIISCASIOX, RELIGIOUS OB POLITICAL-Tho,. Jefferson. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 25, 1850. NO. 6; VOL. 5. Skt 3tkr gcmocral. Jt PUBLISHED EVERY IHtJFSD 7 BY FEARCE SIA T. ir. PF1RCE. J0U!t T. 8IEKCE iwrlt uMfiinsF'S LL'lI DlNtt ' OTFICE IN MALOEbHll.UlMV FRONT ST4KKT. M'AHHIia. UMO. TERMS OF TI JiI.H ATION. ' Ope cony one year, in udvume, V-M Cluof ten'noViuWrilwri. tl P. O. 1","0 ; The money must invariably aivon-pafy the from Cl.ihi. . , , u t-No paper win do; iii.nuiHifi ,'. ar paid up, utiksa l tl.e optiun - furnisher. When tha paper Is not. nr.l. rc'l to hi- disowin aeJ at the end of tbo j eur. it. will ho continued. TERMS OF ADVI.tiTIML'. OnaSqrtara (10 linesi 8 Im-cvtioiix.-.... ll.no i We . 14 hostiis. iVno Ecn aadluonai wrarii"ii t MONTH, t ItoNtnu. One square 3,"0 Two sqn.res 6 00 e."' Thr. rto. 7.00 10 00 lft oo V column 10,00 15 CO ix mi "OHO j.i no , MOo All Tulesn.l figure worV nil! Ie charged one l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 25 September 1856

TQUIiSDAY, SEPT. 25, 1856 FOB PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN, OF PENNSYLVANIA, FOB VICE PRESIDENT. JOILN 0. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. Democratic Presidential Electors. SENATORIAL (LSOTOR. WILLIAM KKNNON, Jr., of Belmont. . . ALEXAKDEK T. MILLER, of Butler. l.t, SHELDON I. KELLOOO, of Hamilton. J,l. HENRY F. SKPAM.of Hnmilton. Sil, DAVID CLAKK, of Montgomery. 4th. ISAAC II. THOMAS, of lrke. tin. EDWARD FOSTER, of William. tfe. MICHAEL H. DAVIS, of Clermont. 7b. WILLIAM CROSSEN, of Wiirrcn. Ktli. WILLIAM KERSHNER of Clark. lh. OKOHOE E. SEN'E V, of Seneca. 10th. LEVI DUNOAN.of Jackson, llth. ALFRED MoVElOII, of Foirflold. lath. JACOB 6LYH,of Franklin. 18th. JOHN TIFVT, of Huron. , 14lh. JOUNC. MYEKS.of Alilnd. 15th. JOSEPH BURNS, of Coshocton. Mth. JAMES M. GAYLORD,of Morean. lTth. BENJAMIN F. SPRlGGS.of Noble. 13th. ALl'HONSO HART, of l'ortnfjo. dtih. HENRY H. DODGE. of Cuyihnija. Jltn. GEORGE O. GILLETT, of Ashtabula. 12t. GEl RGE COOK, of Harrison. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. tn jcdoi or ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 25 September 1856

Sjit Bt$tr gtiiwctat. LOCAL DEt'ARTM ENT. Committees of the Vinton County Agricultural Society. Fursuant to previous notice, the Viutou County Agricultural Society met oa the Gth day of September, 1856, at the Com t House in M' Arthur. The following Cummittees on rnmiuma were appointed ; COMMITTEE ON CLASS "A" CATTLE. Joetrn Voss.of Rosj.Richmoml P. O.; Mason Jokes, do. Gillespieville P. 0.; Wm. Austin, Berlin, Jackson Co. CLASS B" HORSES. Wm. RiDCLirr, Middleton, Jackson Co.; Dr. A. Con dee, Cflis. Tb.aph.igax. CLASS NO. 2-JACKS & MULES. JoHM ROBBIRS, A. W. BoTHWELL, Tuoi. Havwabd. CLASS "C" SHEEP. JosMH YVlLWS, T. M. Bat, Wm. Tissue. , CLASS D"-HOGS. J OH J SwcrsTos, Robert Saoe, JiuiEi. Fbazf.e. CLASS " E" POULTRY. Dr. A.Conuee, Dr. L. Holla u, Dr. D. F. Baikd. i CLASS "F" FARMING IMPLEMENTS, John Morrison, . John Nunamakeu John Eolebrkv. CLASS "G" MINERALS. C. New mm T. R. Stan let, David Jones! v' CLASS "U" DOMESTIC MANUFAC TURES. Mrs. Mast Richmond, Mrs. B. P. Hewitt, Mrs....

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 25 September 1856

The Democratic Platform Adopted at the Cincinnati National Convention. UttoM, That the Democracy plic their trust in the intelligence, the pat liatinn, and the discriminating justice of the American people. Resolved, That we rrgard this as a distinc tive fcaiure of our political creed whfch we are proud to maintain before the world, as the great moral element in a form of govern ment springing from anil up held by tlte popu lar will;ani we contrast it with thecrevdand practice of Federalism, under whatever name or form, which seeka to palsy the will of the constituent, and which conceives no impos ture too monstrous for the popular rreduli- R(oheA, tUrrfor(,lhii entertaining these Views, the Democratic party of the futon, through llw'u delegates assembled in a general Couiention, coming together in a spirit of concord, of demotion to the doctrines and faith of a free repiescntutiio government, and appealing to their fellow citixons for the rectitude of their intentions, renew and re...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 2 October 1856

1 sllf i mm 4s& n w i : I s' EIUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OP WHATEVER STATE Oil PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OK 1'OLI.riCAI Thos. Jefferson. VOL; 5: M'ARTHUE, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, OCTOBER 2, 1850 NO. 7. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BY PEAICCE & SPENCE. ILEX. fEARCE. ' J0H!f T. SrEHCE. OFFICE ' IN MALONE'8 BCILDINO, IRON JTREET, m'miTIIIB, OUIO. IS , TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Ono copy one year, in advance, . ' ft, 50 If paid after six months, ' S.00 Club of ten new ubcrihor tol 1 0. 10.00 The money must invariubly accompany tho rdcra from Clubft. tf'No paper will be discontinued until all ar laarnpes are paid up, unluss at tliu pptiou of tho Publisher. ' When the papor la not ordered to be dineontin icd at the end wf the year, It will bo continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OneSqnaro (10 lines 3 Insertions 1,00 Euoh additional Insertion. 25o 3 months. 6 months. 12 uontiib. Ono squaro 3,oo f ii.ot) S."0 Two squares 6.00 ' 8,t'0 12.00 Throe do. . 1.00 10.U0 15 (!0 i column 10,00 1.V00 . 20...

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

re T UUltSDAY, OCTTviSSCr , TO Jtames FOB PRESIDENT," BUCHANAN, Of PENNSYLVANIA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, JODN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. Democratic Presidential Electors. BVToRUt. rtECTOOT. WILLIAM KF.NN'i'N, Jr.. of Helmont. ALEXANDEK P. MlLLtR.of butler. SHELDON I. KELLOCHJ, of Hamilton. Sd. IIKNKY F. PKDAil. of Jlmiltn. 8". DAVID CLAUK.of Mentifontery. 4lh. 1PAA0II. THOMAS, of Parke. 6th. Kl'WAKD FOSTER, of Wllliuins. Sth. MICHAEL II. DAY IS, of Clermont. 7th WILLIAM CHOSSE.V of Wiirren. gth. WILLIAM KKIiSIINERofCUrk. -h. GEOK(E E. SENEY, of Suncco. lVh. LEVI DC SO AN. of Jackwn. llth. ALFRED MrVEIGII.of Kuiifleld. llth. JACOB SLVH.of Franklin. 18-h. JOHN TIFFT. of Huron, llth. JOIiXC. MYKIiS.of AhW. I.'.tli. SAMUEL ISRAEL, of Knox; llth. JAMES M.CAYl.OUD. of Morirnn. 17th. BENJAMIN Y. SPRIGOS.of Noblo. 13th. ALPI1ONS0 HAKT.cf l'urtniro. nOth. HENRY II. DODGE, of CuylK(i. ltta. GEORGE 0. GILLETT, of Ashtabula. ..it. GEl HOE COOK, of Hsrrioon. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. VCll IfPOI Of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 2 October 1856

Sfa IB44ur Sawn..- LOCAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, loO Committees of the Vinton County Agricultural Society. Pursuant to previous notice., the Vinton County Agriculturt! Society met on the 6lh day of September, 1855, at the Couit House !n M'Artbur. The following Committees on Premiums were appointed : COMMITTEE ON CLASS "A"1 CATTLE. Joseph Voss, of Eosa, Richmond P. 0.; Mason Jones, do. Gillespierille P. O ; Wh. Austin, Berlni, Jackson Co. CLASS "B" HORSES. Wm. Kadcliff, Middlelon, Jackson Co.; Dr. A. Con dee, Chas. Traphaoan. CLASS NO. 2-JACKS & MULES. John Bobbins, A. W, Botuwell, Taos. Haywaro. CLASS ''C"-SIIEEP. Josmii Wilson, T. M. Bat, Wm. Tissue. CLASS D1' WOGS Jon Swepston, Robert Saok, Jehiel Frazf.c CLASS 'E'1 POULTRY. Dr. A.Condee, Dr. L. IIoi.i.ad, Dr. D. F. Baiud. CLASS "F" FARMING IMPLEMENTS. John Morrison, John Nunauaker John Eolehiwy. CLASS "G" MINERALS. C. NgWKlltK T. R. Stanley, David Junes. CLASS "U" DOMESTIC MANUFAC TURES. Mrs. Mary Richmond, Mrs. B.P....

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 2 October 1856

The Democratic Platform Adopted at the Cincinnati National Convention. SttolM'l, That the American Democracy flace their trust ia the intelligence, the pat riotism, and tha diEciimiiuting justice of the American people. Resolved, That we regard tliis as d'stinc tite feaiure of our political creed whkh we are proud to maiutain before the vorld, as the great moral element in t form of govern ment springing from and up held by the popu lar willjand we contrast it with the cre.daiid practice of Federalisin.under whatever name or form, which seeks to palsy the will of the constituent, and which conceives no impos ture too monstrous for the popular credull tv. Hooked, therefore, That entertaining these views, the Democratic party of the Union, X .ha!,, 1p,.c .ccpmhlp,t in poneral ? . r frith of a free repirscututive government, and apearni! to tiieir fellow citizens for the rectitude of their intentions, renew and re-aiH-rt before, the American people the declara tions of principles avowe...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 23 October 1856

iff LQtJAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF WIIATEVEIl STATE Oil PERSUASION, ItELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL. That Jefferu. VOL. 5. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, OCTOBER 23, 1856. NO. 10. II! f Iffl The McArthur Democrat. . - . . PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY FEAKCE & SPERCE. ALII. FEAR9C. JOHN T. BPENCE. 0I7ICK IN MALOXE'S BUILDING, FRONT STJllLT, m'aBTIII'R, OHIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Pna copy one yeur, In advaneo, $1.60 If paid aftor mx month. 2,00 Clubs of ton now subscribers tol P. 0. 10,00 The money must invatiubly accompany tlio rdors from Clubs. fjfNo paper will bo di:ontiniicd until ull nr- lurHfcs are paid up, uulesa at the option of tlui Fubliher. ' When the paper la not ordered to be dlxcentin- d at tlio end of the j eur, it will bo continued. TEItMS OF ADVE11T1S1NU. One Square (10 lines) 8 insertions Xaon additional umerti 8 MONTHS. On square 3.oo Two square 5 00 Three do. 7,00 V column 10,00 ft column 15.00 6 MOM 119. (5 00 8.00 1000 1MM) 12 MONTHS. S.0ft 14 00 15 00 SO 00...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 23 October 1856

THURSDAY, OCT., 23, 1S56 FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN, OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. Democratic Presidential Electors. SENATORIAL ELECTORS. "WILLIAM KKNNON, Jb., of Bulmont. ALEX AiNDKB P. JilLLEU, of Duller. lit, SHELDON I. KELLOGG, of Hamilton. Id? HENRY F. SEDAM.of Hamilton. Id. DAVID CLARK, of Montgomery. 4th. ISAAC H. THOMAS, of Darke. th. EDWARD FOSTER, of William. lb. MICHAEL H. DAVIS, of ri0rinont. Tlh. WILLIAM CROSSON, of Warren. Ith. WILLIAM KERSHNERnf Clark. th. GEORGE K. SENEY.of Seneca. 10th. LEVI PUNGAN. of Jackson. 11th. ALFRED McVEIGII.of Fuirfleld. lth. JACOB SLYII,of Franklin. 18th. JOHN TIFFT. of Huron. 14th. JOHNO. MYERS, of AMiland. nth. SAMUEL ISRAEL, of Knox; ldth. JAMES M.GAYLORD.of Mortran. ITth. BENJAMIN F. SFRIGCS.of Noble. 18th. ALPHONSO HART.of PorUjro. 1th. HENRY H.DODGE. of Cuyahoga. SOth. GEORGE d.GILLETT, of Ashtabula. Slit. GEl HUE COOK, of Harrison. ONLY 12 DAYS TO WORK. Remember, that the residential Elec...

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. — 23 October 1856

The McArthur Democrat. Subscribers to Newspapers. publish tbe following -ajrribera to newspaper : .1. Subscribe who do not giv notice to tbe ontrary, are considered ss wishing to continue .ilr subscription. J.- If the subscribers order tbe discontinuance ef their papers, tbe publishor may continue to aendtbom until all arrearages are paid. S. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take their periodicals from tbe office to which they are dl-t reoted, they are held responsible until they have i Mttled tbe bill and ordered them discontinued. I 4. If subscribers remove to other places with-1 cat Informing the publishers, and the papers are ant to the former direction, they aro held re sponsible. (. Tbe courts have decided fhatrefusing to take papers from the office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is prima fad evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per 1 not taken from the office, are required to five the reason why they are not taken out....

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