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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 24 June 1858

From the Cincinnati Gazette's Correspondence. The Murder of Jenkins by Lane, at Lawrence. A HISTORY OF THE DISPUTED CLAIMS. LAWRENCE, K. T., June 7. So many contradictory stories have bcentohl in regard to tlio murder of Gains Jenkins, Iiy Goncral Lane, at Lawreuco. on Tlairs Jay last, that 1 liavo taken especial pains to ascertain the truth , and 1 bclicvo it to bo as follows: THE ORIGIN OF THE DIFFICULTY. Tho diflienlty originated about a claim to one hundred and sixty acres of land, lyiiy on tlio cdo of Law rence. Gains Jenkins selected the claim, and hired n m:in by the name of Chapman to make an improvement on it, and hold it for him. Chapman nfterward concluded to pre-empt it himself, nud break his contract with Jenkins, bo he got part of it incorpor ated in the town plat of Lawivr.cc,a:id sold tho remainder of it to Jim Lane. AN ATTEMPTED OUTRAGE. About this timo Lane's' wife left him and returned to her friends in In diana. Lano got a man by tho name of Liudsey to move into ...

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. — 1 July 1858

C' if? U v I ' I -4 I ; 111 I C III r IP i III i-si E I UNI 1 EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL WEN, OF WIIATEVEK STATE OB PERSUASION, RELIdlOrS Oil POLITICAL.-71i0. mon. VOlTT NO. 46. ;'. rtJBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BY ALEX. PEAKCE. FFICE IN MALONE'8 BUILDING, rnoKT street, it'ABTnvn, onto. TEIIM8 OF PUBLICATION. Ons copyno your, In atlvanee, $1,50 If paid after six months, S,00 C'luba of ton now subucribcni to 1 1. 0. 10,00 Th money must invariably accompany the fdar from Cluba. - tSfNo paper will bo discontinued until all ar isnrajros are. paid np, nnfcsa at the option of tho J'OMIBllOT. - . v- "When tho sapor Is not ordered to bo illsconttn ced at tlio end of tho yoar, it will be continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. . OneSquaro 410 lines) 3 InRcrtlons 11,09 2. "o 12 MONTHS. 3,00 Eacn aaaiuonai insertion 8 month. G MONTHS. $5,00 8, no 10,(10 15,00 One dnara Two squares Throa do. mm 6,00 7,00 10,00 15.01) 12,00 15,00 80,00 W eoruiim f column 20,00 All rule and ficturo work will bo charcod ...

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. — 1 July 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. ALEX. P2ABC2. Eoito. k-Tf vr "ja McARTIlUK THURSDAY, JULY I. 1859. Democratic ?Ins TIccliiiff. The Democracy of Vinton Connty are requested to meet at tho Court Dome, in McArtlmr, on Saturday, the 10th day of July, proximo, at one o'clock 1', M., for the purpose of fleet ing delegated to represent them in the State.Congrcssional and Judicial Con ventions. By order of tho Democratic Central A. PEARCE, June 19, '58. Chairman. TJCf The sickness of tho editor will account for tho want of editorial and local items in this paper. Free-Loveism in New York. Tho New York Tunes ia opening tho inner templo of several frco love roaorti in that city, and exposing some of the Etrangcst developments iu real life that wo havo lately heard of. Berlin, Ohio, is eclipsed, save in one 4I .t m very Saturday evening, tho company generally comprising somo seventy five persons, the sexes being about equally divided. Tho Times says: In .tho Saturday evening meetings general subjects of rofurin...

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. — 1 July 1858

ffit gterijinr gtmgrraf. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. ? publish ths folio ing for the benefit of sub fcirlhera to newspapers ! 1. Subscriber who do not givo nntloa to ths wintrary, art considered u wishing to continue iir subscription. t. If the subscriber rmter the diaoontlnruineo of their paper, the publisher may continue to trtnd theru until all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscriber rufiise or neglect to take their periodicals from ths oltice to which the? are di rected, they are held responsible nntil they have fettled the hill and ordered thorn discontinued. 4. If aubscribors remove toother place with out informing tlio publishers, and the paper are sent to the former direction, they are held re sponsible. 8. The conrta have decided that refusing to take papers from the office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, it prime fact evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmaster who notify publisher that his pa per Is not taken from the office, are required to See ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 1 July 1858

Agricultural. Ike Marvel's Address to Farmers. DonolJ G. Mitchell (Iko Marvel,) rocently delivercdjtlie anDnnl address before the Conneticnt Agricultural Society. From a condcnccd report in tho Hartford papers, vc select the fol lowing admirable closing paragraphs: "But there is somothing worth liv ing for besides money. That is very eood, but it is uot all'. "With tho rest let ns raise a good crop of ideas. While you are farmers, remember that you aro rucn with duties and rcspou eibilitics. Liva down tho old brutal notion that a farmer must bo unconch, uneducated and unthinking a mere ploddur. You nro brought into immediate oontact with tho mat heart of civiliza tion. Yon cannot "ct oil tho buzz of tho toiling world. The thrill of the wondor working vri'-ps and tho rumble of tlip ocomotivo, (tho thunder tread of Rations,) coino to your onco seclu ded hillside. Move towards a better 1 ife. Do not fceop yonr boys corn shelling all the long winter evenings. Make your farm a place that...

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. — 22 July 1858

1 EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, WHATEVER STATE OK PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OK POLITICAL. Thos. Jeff, trim. VOL. 6. . M'AKTHUE, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JULY 22, 1858. NO. 49. tf IP M 1 4 ii ft Ifl III SJcgrijinr gtmocrat. PUBLISHED EVERT THOKSDAI Bt ALEX. PEARCE. OFFICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, VXOMT ITBECT, M'aBTBUS, OHIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. On copy one roar, In advance, $1,50 If paid aft" nix months, 2,00 Chibi of ten new subscribers tol P. 0. 10.00 The money must invariably accompany the rders rroro uiuds. t-SNo paper will be discontinued until all ar ttaragos are paid up, unices at the option of the Fahiuner. When the pspnr is not ordered to be discontin ued at too end or me year, it win oe continued. TEKMS OF ADVERTISING. OneSqunre (10 lines) 8 insertions $1,00 Kacb additional insertion 25c 3 MONTHS. 6 MONTHS. 1J MONTHS. One square $3,00 5,00 3,00 Two squares 5,00 8,00 14,00 Three do. 7,00 10,00 19,00 column 10,00 1S,00 20,00 if column 1S,00 20,00 80,00 All rale and figure work ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 22 July 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. ALEX. PEAP.CE, Eito. L?JV AW McARTHUR : TIUKSDAY. JII.Y i. 1859. To the Democratic Voters of Vinton County. You are horrty notified to rnoct t tho ufl xAhou of holding election in your ri-spective Township, on S:itnrilny, JULY SI, If 03, at 8 o'olofk in the hC'i-moon, and then anil thT pro ceed V voto by ballot for or a(jint chnnging the prCK6nt Bvotcin of nominating candidate fr county onWr.. Tbo in favor of nominating anuh cmliduti by a direct voto of the Demo crat of tbo Omitv, will .place on their ballot the vnl.i ' For Vrimabt Ei.fctios." Thouo opposed to changing the present mode of making aueh nominations, will place on their bullota the words "AoAitinT Fbimart Fuctiom. " The remit of the vote so (riven will be transmitted to the Chairman of thin Committee, at MeArthnr, on the MomHiy followine tho day of said vote, by iome person appointed for that purpose. If it ahull appear that a majority of the demo crats in tho county, voting at raid election, have docided ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 22 July 1858

TjCFThe London National Demo crat is wiclcednoiigli to ottributo the appointment' of Iteverends on tbe Poultry Committee, of the Hadiaon Count? -Fair, to tlio proverbial fond nefia of the clergy for chickena! MARRIED. Onthi i SOth Inst., at Hi residence of John Brown, q.. Albany, 0.,hy Rer. Dr. Howabd, of Athens, ,Vr. A. D. JAYNF8. of Vinton Fur' nace, 0., tad JlusJtNMEBKOWN, of Albany. Tb above piece of pleasant news, together with th "compliment," which were equally pleasant, waa received u w begin to close up our forms for tb week. We take time, however, to wish Mr. J. nd Li fair bride long lift of uninterrupted felicity. Kii success u Manager of th Vinton, prove tint be is qualified toman age a pretty extent v household, and in this, as welt M til other laudable undertakings, may he nevor ail. SPECIAL NOTICES. Missus. Editors: Pleaje announce tbc nam of CD. MARTIN, Esq., of Fairfield County, s t candidate for Congros, subject to tb decis ion of the Democratic District Convention...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 22 July 1858

Agricultural. mm? The Vines of California. From a sparkling nnd intareeting new paper, recently started t Los Angeloe, and edited ly J. J. Warner, we extract the following: Webster sajs that "Vineyard,'' is a plantation or enclosure of vines xrhich produce grapes. In California tlte word has wider end much more extended signification. Here the Vineyard not only produces that frnit, the jnico of which, says the flcripture, "cbeeretn tho heart of God nnd man," bnt the Btately olire tree, whoBe branches thick set and foliage of deep green, affords a pleasant re lief to the eye, a grateful shade to the weary laborer, and whose tmit of it Bolt, as well as the oil it furnishes, has been for ages one of the necessa ries of life. In the Vineyards of Cal ifornia may also be found the refresh ing Watermelon: admirably adapted to alley the heat of passion and to temper the impulses or excitement. Ilere also with sedulous care are cul tivated those vegetables composing the products of the kitch...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 July 1858

m. I X " I X . 1 t a i Il I.Jill' EQUAL AMD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL WEN, OP WHATEVER STATE Oil PtllSUASIOX, ItLLIGIOLS OK POUTICAl That. 'jtfenc.-' VOL. C. M'AllTIIUIV VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JULY 2D, I858. . NGLSO. Ktc&rijjur Scmocrat. rjBUSHED EVERY THURSDAY BT ALEX. PEA11CE. If ICE IN MALONE'S BUILDIXO, riOMT ITBEET, H'ARTBCB, OHIO. TERMS OF I'UBLICATION. One copy ona year, In advance, 11,50 If paid after mx ' paid aftoral mon-.iw, v , t'lnbji of tin nw mcMir.uere ioi r . j. io,u Tha money mnsl Invariably accompnny th . rdera ft-oro Clubs. - tfiTNo paper will ba discontinued until all ar ' ttar(?08 art paid op, unless at the option of tbs - Publisher. Wban tho paper is not ordered to bo discontin ' d at tbe end of the yerr, it will be continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Square (10 lines) 8 Insertions f 1,00 Each additional insertion 25c 8 MONTHS. 0 MONTn. 13 UONTfl. Oniquar 18,00 $5.00 S,00 Two square 5,00 8,00 12.00 Three do. 7,00 10,00 1S.00 Vooluran 10,00 18,00 JO.oo 1 column 1...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 July 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. ALEX. I'EABCK, Eoitok. McAUTIIUK THURSDAY, JULY 2!). O isis. v iv R.y To the Democratic Voters of Vinton County. Ton are hereby notified to meet tit tho u?ual vTjlec of hoM'mtf tlntioiis in your reopeetivo Townshipo. on Hatunliiy, Jl'l.Y 81, lsr., r,t t "''clock in the afti-rimc n, r.inl then imd (hero pro ceed to vote by ballot for or niinhibt clnntrinjr the present fTKtvia of nominating cnniliilutca for omity olHoors. Those in favor of nominating ench candidates tiy a direct voto ot the Dtmo craUof tho County, will ) boo on their lmllutK the words " roil Humahy mection." Tlioso opposed to chnnu'inff the present mn.lu of miikinir ncn nominations, win pmec on lueir nanow mo Words "Against 1'i:imai:v Kluction. " Tlio rcuH't of tho vote no given, will bo transmitted to tho Chairman of this Coinniittuo, nt Mo Arthur, on the Monday following tlio day of paid vote, hy aoine person appointed lor tnnt purpose. If It shall appear that a inajoiityof tho demo crats in tho county...

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. — 29 July 1858

je JI$rijjiir democrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. We publish the following for the beni-f.t of sub scriber to newspapers : 1. Subscriber who Jo not givo notice to tho coATri'ry, are considered as wishing to continue vieir subscription. 1. If the subscribers order the discontinuance of thoir papors, tho publisher nay continue to Bond them until ah arrearages aro paid. 8. If subscribers rofuso or neglect to tako their periodicals from the ollicoto which they aro di rected, they aro held responsible until they havo settled tho bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If Bubscrilcra remove to other places with out informing tho publisher, and tlio papers nro sent to the former diroction, they are held re sponsible 5. The courts have decided that refusing to tako papers from tho ollice, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is prima iuh evidence of in tontional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per is not taken from tho ollice, arc required to Se...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 July 1858

Agricultural. Sill To Prevent Lice on I'ou i.try Mr. i EDITOR: Il'jOll will publish the follow- i. t'mno annm nf'ronr fililiRprili. ing, 'mnyo 80iucoi jour 6tiut,criu- -CrS iD tllQ CO'Jlltry Will thiink VOU, ana j man f.fa f,nv tvuiM fhiekonn "in you may get a icw moro inicKeii3 n trftda" lor VOlir Vapir. LlCO ('II ClllCk- 1 tnl . cowl trt hp nnnqnallv- tmiihlc. ! ens are saiu to ot unusnauy iroiuui.-; Some tlllS aprinJ, Mid 1111111' I., I, . r.fL -k3 !. , ro,U uivu, y "V uv ioro hatchinj;. My wiio had two (! the latter class, their nests were found to Bwann with lico, showing they had good reasons for running away from them. A writer in, I think, the "Gen tleman Farmer" says he effectually prevents that evil by putting half a pound of sulphur in a box of dry sand and ashes in which his hens scratch and wallow 1 took the hint, and Bet the next hous in the samo nlace. I areagoa mc ncsis weii w ltu uoweis oi salphur, and oti examining tho nests after the hens had hatched, I found them...

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. — 5 August 1858

in i it i in in ici i si ii in in .EQUAL AMD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL WEN, OF. WHATEVER STATE OK PEIIS LASION, RELIGIOUS OR POL1TICAE Tkot. Jefftrton. VOL. C. M'ABTHUH, : VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, AUGUST 5, 1858 NO. 51, ; -' - i , , , . .. I . f j. '. J..4 3UM- Democrat, PUBLISHED EVERT TBUBSDi.7 BY alex. pearce. office in malc::l's building, ' ' IBOKT tTXIIT, M'jlRTDCR, OHIO. TEIiais OP PUBLICATION. One copy one year, in advance, fl ,50 If paid after aUucmdia. i 8,00 Club nt t now subscribers to 1 P, 0 10,00 the taonovma-nii.oi.accouirftny ibe rders from Clubs. tjf No paper will be discontinued until all ar bitrages are paid up, unices at the option of tbo Publisher.1: When the paper is not ordered to bo discontin ued at the end of the year, it will be continued. , TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Square (10 linen) 8 insertions (1,00 Eaoii additional insertion.-" 23c ... 8 MONTHS. 8 MONTHS. 12 MONTHS. One square Two sqnnro Threo do. i column- 15.00 fS.OO . 8.00 12,00 10,00 15,00 15,00 20,00 5,00 7...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 5 August 1858

' rTTTC TYTC WCi P.T? A T X 1XJ ISJU.J KJIVIV X ALEX. PEARCE, Soitoi. MoAKTllUK : TI11K8DAY, AtGOST 6. I8AS. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. row judoi or the scpbeme cocbt, THOMAS W.BARTLEY, of Richland. rot ATTOB.NET GENERAL, JESSE DURBIN VCARD, of Warren. rOB CONTROLLER, S. W.GILSON, of Mahoning. TOR BOARD Or PUBLIC WOHKg, R. H. HENDRICKSON.of Butler. PRIMARY ELECTION!! To the Democratic Voters of Vinton County. Ton arc hereby notified to meot at the nunnl places of holding elections in your respective lowireuips, on omuruay, AUgUHl stt, ISiH, at three o clock P. M., and then and thero, after electing three judges and a clerk of election, proceed to vota by ballot and thus determine who hall be the nominee! of the democratic party for the variout Couutv offices which are to be filled at the enduing October election, to wit: Auditor, Sheriff, Treasurer, 8urvoyor, Commit- Honor and loroncr; and the noils thus opened to be kept open antll 6 o'clock P. M. of said day. The judge and clerk of ...

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. — 5 August 1858

i $Btrijjar gtmacrat.. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. W publish the following for the benefit of ab sonbsrt to newspaper : 1. Subscribers who do not give notice to tbe contrary, are considered m wishing to eontlna .ieif subscription. . if the subscribers order tbe discontinuance of their papers, the pnbiisher nay continue to- end then until ell arrearages are paid. t. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take their periodicals from the office to which they ere di rected, they are held responsible until they have settled tW bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with out infurmiug the publishers, and the papers are tent to the former direction, they are held re pons'ble. 5. The courts have decided that refusing to take papers from the office, or removir.fr and leaving; them uncalled for, Is prima fad evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per Is not fallen from the office, are required to B-ive...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 5 August 1858

Agricultural. WWjUUiWJW i'i'i'" - Facts About Milk-The Best Temperature to Facilitate the Rising of Cream. 11 Will cream riscon rnllk in a few hours in a room where fio ther mometer is as low as 35 to 45 decrees 119 ia clttimcd bv persons interested in tlie sale of Scliooloy's IVeservatory? Tlieir philosophy ia that the water of tho milk is most den30 at 39 and 40 degrees, and the cream being lighter, will rise best when at that tempera tnro." This is ono of tho three ones tions asked by a correspondent in Erie Comity, on which wo will cudeavor to throw a Irttle light, and perhaps oth era may bo disposed to contimiu the subject and draw interesting facts from their stores of experience. Milk is composed of 4 partaofcasineor curd, 3 of butter, 4 ot sugar, ana bi otwa ter. The lower tho temperature, of courso tho more dense the water com posing 60 great a portion of tho milk, until it reaches 39 A degrees, ut which point water begins to expand with the I .I'.. i 'IM. ueereudu ui imupe...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 19 August 1858

l4 N IMF . C3t 17 M R - EQUAL AND EXACT Jl STICK TttL ;Mrctf, OF ' WjDUTEyEU STATE Ott PEUSVASION. RELIGIOUS Oil POLITICAL.-. Jefferson. VOX. 7. M'AmilUl.YINTON-COUNTY, OHIO, AUGUST 19, 1858. NO. 1. . II 111 MIUY.T.W r 7 i a. v'w i a. a i - m PI ft- r. iv ir in mi is PUBLISHED VfiY THUBSDAT BI ALEX. PEAIICE. OFFICE IN MALONE'8 BUILDING, JTJIOKT ITRZIT, x'arthcr, outo. TERMS OF PUBL1CATI0X. " On eopy nnTef,ln iJnoo," " '"''"$1,M Jf paid ftorslinion'Ji, , ' ' . 1,00 -A-" Olubi of ten now mibwsriborii tgl T.T. 10,00 Tha money must invariubly accompany the Hers from Clubs. tifHo paper will be ilUcc-ntlnned until nil r laaritiros arc paid up, unless at the option of the Publisher. Wlmn tha paper is n"t ordered o be discontin ued at tho end of the year, it will be continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. flna Square (W lines)" Insertions"! Each additional Insertion 3 months. 6 VO.NTns. One square 3,00 fj,00 ' Two (squares 5.00 8,00 Threo do. 7,00 10,00 Hoolumn 10.no 15.00 W column IS 00 80.00 fl....

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 19 August 1858

xaE DEMOCRAT. ALEX. PEARCE, Editor. McARTUUR : THURSDAY, Al'GVST 19. 1888. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. TOt JCDOI OF Till EITRIME COUBT, THOMAS W. BARTLEY, of Richland. FOR ATTORNEY OEBIBAL, DUREIN WARD, of Warren. TOS COKTKOLLIB, S. W.GlLSOJf, of Mahoning. TOR BOARD Or PUBLIC WORKS, R. II. IJENDRICKSON.of Butler. TOR COXORESg, THARLE3 D. MARTIN,. p(, Fairfield. I OR M'DGg OF THE COURT Or COMMON FLEAS, .EDWARD F. BINGHAM, of Vinton. PRIMARY ELECTION!! To the Democratic Voters of Vinton County. Ton an hereby notified to meet at the usual T!acea of holding election! in your respective townships, on Saturday, August 8, 1858, at three o'clock P. M., and then and there, after selecting three judfrea and a clerk of election, proceed to vote by ballot and thus determine who shall he the noniincca of the democratic party for the various Coiintv offices which are to be filled at the ensuing October election, to wit: Amlitor, Sheriff, Treasnror, Surveyor, Commis- ionor and Coroner; and the pull t...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 19 August 1858

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. We publish thefollowlngfor the bonefit of sub ecribeTs to newspapers: 1. Subscriber who do not give notice to the fntrsrr, are considered as wishing to continue I e:r subscription. t. If the subscribers order the discontlnnance f their papers, the publisher net continue to aendthem antU ail arrearage are paid. 8. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take tbetr periodical! from the office to which they are di rected, they are held responsible until they have ettled the bill and ordered them discontinued. . If lubsoribers remove to other places with out informing the publishers, and the papers are ent to the former direction, tbey are held re sponsible. 8. The court h ve decided that refusing to talte papers from the office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, prima facit evidenoe of In tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per is not taken from the ofgco, are required to e.ve tlie reason why they are not tak...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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