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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 19 August 1858

Agricultural. The Hinds" of East Lothian. In a letter to the Mowing Pott, ilr. George Hope, ieuton Uarns, makes the following remarks on the condition and character of the agricul tural laborers in East Lothian: "Willi scarcely an exception, the hands and ordinary workman in every farm live in separate cottages with (heir families A cottage and garden from part of their wages, which likewise consists of specified quantities of the cliff-1 crent kinds of jjraiu ana pouiucs, 01 a piece of land wrought and manured for the growth of the latter. Each of them has a cow, which is their own property, grazed nnd kept on the farm; they are thus enabled to feed a pig; a great many of them feed two in a sea son, and sometimes three, and excel lent animals th"y generally are. The possession of a valuable cow and pig not jnly enables them to icar their families comfortably, but it is a guar antee for their moral and social respon sibility. It is seldom that you hear of a man who owns a cow becomi...

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. — 26 August 1858

0 9 H 1 rl fH EQUAL AXD EXACT Jt'STICE TO ALL MES, OF WHATEVER STATE Oil PEKSL'ASIOX. IlELIGIOUS OK I'OLITICAI Thos. Jtffcr'on. vol; 7. M'AllTHUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, AUGUST 26, 1858. NO. 2. 1fl J W cttlnir Jlcmocrat. f OBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ALEX. PEAItCE. OFFICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, IIIONT STREET, H'ARTHf, OtllO. TERMS OF PI BI.ICATIOX. Ons copy on yosr. In advance, 'I'no nnbof tennew unbocriheni toi r. o. 10.00 ,Jfflr "rib,y nip.iiy paper will be liiocontinned until nil r-1 lir(M re .iJ up, unless at tho option of Hie When tfcs rspM" 1 not orilrpl to be disenritln aid at the end of tho ycnr.lt will he continued. TERMS OT ADVERTISING. One8qiiro (W lines'! 3 Insertions Each aJJltional insortlnn Y.te 8 months, g month. 12 yoNTiie. On square 8.fti) f.VOO S.OO rp. .,,,! ami a oo lonn Thro do. 7.oo io.oo is.on v column io.o iij.oo 12 Column 15,00 90.00 S0.0O; . . . i. ., j All rule ana nsuro wwn win oe crnirpea one half more than the above rates. Bpocial notices will be cliurgcJ ...

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. — 26 August 1858

'fHE DEMOCRAT. ALEX." PE ARCE.Editor. Mc ARTHUR TUtlRSDAY, AL'OVST 88. 1838. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. TOH Jl'CCK or TUE fCPBIUE COCET, fHO-M AS '.V. HARTLEY, of Itictilaotl. OR ATTOriVET OEKZItAl, DUBBIN VARD, of Warren. FOR CONTHOLLra, -8. W. GILSON, of Mahoning. TOB BOARD or PUBLIC WOEXS, B. II. IIENDRICKSON, of Butler. FOR COKCRtSS, CHARLES D. MARTIN, cj Fairfield. OR JITGK OF THE COl'RT (T COMMON PLEAS, EDWARD P. BINGHAM of Vinton. PRIMARY ELECTION!! To the Democratic Voters of Vinton County. Yon lire hereby uotlfled to moot tt tfc usual places of holding elections in your respective townliii, on Saturday, AuiifM 28, 1858, st Hire oVlook P. M., acd Lbcu and thero, after icleetinj three jnJpe noil s cleric of election, proceed to rote by ballot on J tlnm determlno ho shall be tlie noniiuccs of the dcmnc;-utla arty for tlie Vttriou County olBoo which sro to be filled st the ennuing October election, to wit: Anditor, Sheriff, Trenfuror. Survoyor, Com niis sioner snd Ccronor; and th...

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 August 1858

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. publish the foiiowingfor the boneet of sub - ecrilfcrs to newspapers 1. Subscriber who do not give notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue . '.sir subscription. 3. If the subscribers order the disoontinnsnoo of their papers, the publisher may continue to and them until 1 arrearages are puid. t. If subscribers refuse or Deflect to take thIr periodicals from the office to which they are di rected, they are held responsible until tlvy have settled theblll and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscriber remove to other places with out Informing the publisher, and the papers are sent to the former direction, they are held re sponsible. 6. The courts have decided thatrofusingto take Papers from the ofEee, or removing and leaving tbera uncalled for, Ujrima fact evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmaster who notify a publisher that his pa per 1 not taken from the olllco, are required to give the rosson why they are not taken...

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 August 1858

[From the Genessee Farmer.] Pasturing Sheep in Orchards. .Tliti cfllct of pasturing sheep in or urdi, but!) oij tUo trees and the ani main, isofeomo interest to those who keep sheep mid have orchards which it is desirable to keep in grass rather than other crops, (f nod turf in so tniu h iiici-r t pick mid felt u 'hs Uun, t ipetik of no ntlii r Hilvnntafju. tlmt vvc vould like to keep orchards itlwitv? in gniss, could wodosv prntita)i!y. Un less the trees arc altnt.-r Uo l.ili, ono cnnimt well pasture hcrsus or cow? in an orchard; and if we cui!d, these animals do nut secure that cI;so clean swurd, decircil. blieep, ton. are paid to tnriih (he soil upon which thev (eed, as Wfll as to improve the laud Vy the debti ui tion of coarse and obnox ious vegetation. But wo will mention sonic results of the practice. Some years since, in answer to our imiuiry through an ag ricultural journal, one fanner stated that ho had pastmcd an orchard with sheep furseveral years. When he first turned th...

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. — 2 September 1858

? .1 i i. 4m f ti ffllHlilfTill' EQUAL A3D EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL ITJEX, OF WIIATEVEIt STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR FOLITICAI Thos. Jefferson. "I VOL. 7. M'ARTHUH, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 2, 1858. NO. 3. &J 2HtSur Stnwcrat. PDBUSHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ALEX. PEARCE. OFFICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, IBONT BTHEIT, II'ARTUCB, OniO. TEXW9 OF Pl'HI,ICATIO. On eopy ono year, In advance, I.IS0 t,00 ' If paid itftor i months Club of ten now subscribers to 1 P. 0. 10.(10 Tho money must invariably accompany the rdarn from Clubs. t3f"No paper will be discontinued until all ar isaragea aro paid up, unlesa at the option of the Publisher. When the paper Is not ordered to bo discontin ued at tho end of tho year, It will be continued. TERMS OF ADVEKTISIXG. OneSqtiaro (10 lines)S Insertions fl.OO Each additional insertion 25c o...,.. m 6 "?."Sb 12 "7 Two snnaroa fi.co 8,no i on Three do. 7,00 io,o(i 5,oo IV nn limn lft Ort UM nn nn Q column 15oO 5000 cono ah rule ana nenro worn win bo charge...

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. — 2 September 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. ALEX. PKASCE, Iditob. MoARTHUR THURSDAY, SEPT. t. 1838. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. rot juDot or tiii svpremc corm, THOMAS W. BARTLET, of Richland. 108 ATTOBNIT 8INIR.4L, DURBIN 'ARD, of Vrro. FOR CONTPOLLM, S. W. GILSON, of Mahoning. fOR BOARD OF PUIU.IC WORKS, R. H. HENDRICKSON.of Butler. FOR CONGRESS, CHARLES D. MARTIN, of Fairfield. CR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON FLEAS, .EDWARD F. BINGHAM, of Vinlou. FOR RCTRFSEKTATIVE, JOHN D. JAMES, of Jackson. COUNTY TICKET. Tor Acditoii, NELSON RICHMOND. Yob Treasurer, HENRY REYNOLDS. Fob Sheriff, WILLIAM GOLD. Fob Commissioner, SAMUEL TARR. Fob Sdrvetob, JOHN DODDS. For Coboker, JOHN S. McDOWELL. Fob Land Appraiser of Elk Township, JOHN HU11N. A Heavy Load to Carry. The Black Republican Conventiou which nominated Mr. Van Vorhes, passed a reso lution "heartily endorsing the Congression al career of Hon. V. B. Horton." Now, we submit that this was "piling it on" Van a little too siecp. He must now defend Morton's vote increasing h...

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. — 2 September 1858

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. We publish the following for the benefit of sub cribrs to newspapers : ' 1. Sabacribers who do not firs notice to the contrary, ere considered u wishing to oontinae ir subscription. ' 9. If the subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, the publisher may continue to send them until ell arrearages are puid. 8. If aubaoribera refuse or neglect to tale their periodicals from the oSlceto which they are di reoted. they are held responsible until they have settled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with out Informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to the former direction, they are held re sponsible. 5. The eourts have decided thatrefusing to take f apert from the office, or removing and leaving hera uncalled for, is prima facit evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per ia not taken from the oflico, aro required to give the reason why they ...

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. — 2 September 1858

Agricultural. m . i i i' i .1 t r . . INFORMATION. SILEX. SIlex, or 6and, is tlio larpcst com ponent of Boils, mid with alumina nnu with alumina nml lime, ia tho laso of fall soils. Soils are porous in pro portion to the amount of Bilcx they contain. If a soil contains over eighty per cent, of sane, it ia too dry and porous for productive land. It will Lear the scouring rush only, which ia formed almost wholly of si lex. Combined with alumina and the alkalies, it becomes soluble or liquid, and then enters largely into vegeta tion, and forms the hard coating of the etc and lcavc3 of and ALUMINA. or a tough, tenacious, and impervious to water. Strictly sneaking, clay ia silicate of alumina, though in com mon parlanco we use them as synoui mous. It rarely enters into tho com position of vegetables, it being rather & baso for the soil han a constituent LIME. Lime, in tho form of phosphate? and carbonates, enters largely into tho composition of plants, and is, in fact, an csseutial e...

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. — 9 September 1858

car FX w 1 brl 1.1 Hi III . 121 ID :: r EQUAL AMD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL IBEX, OF WHATEVER STATE Olt PEUSVASIOX, KIXIGIOIS Oil POLITICAL. Thos. Jefferson. VOL. 7. M'AltTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 9, 1858. NO; 4. -Hill Hi ir y i ri in n . i u i ti n it A. I The McArthur Democrat . PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY A LEV. PEAKCE. OFFICE IH MALONE'S BUILPIXO, IBONT ITREET, H'ARTtll'H, OHIO. TEIUI3 OF PUBLICATION. One copy mio ynar, in iJvuneo, 1,5 If paiJ Mficrcix mon'.hs, 2.00 (Mabs of ton new gubscrilxsrs tol P. 0. 10.00 The monoy most .inyuriubly ccoinpauy the order from Clnb. t-"Jo vapor wilThp niwontiniJ until ll t- ii.iriiges lire paid u'pmiess lit tlio option of the PnblUbcr. When the r-fipT 18 ,10' omctpii to be dineontin- ed t the end of the ycar.it will ho continued. TEiniS OP ADVERTISING. OoeSqunro (10 lines') 8 insertions (1.00 Eutih RdJitionul insertion 25c 3 MONTHS. 0 MONTH". 12 MONTHS T-V.a.Z;,. 'son s.oo 12.00 1 Three 'do. 7.00 . 10,00 1.VO0 (, ..1 irm OA nil S.l Oil C...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 9 September 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. ALEX. TEARCE. Editor. MoARTHUR : TIU'KSPAY, KEPT. 0. I5S. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. roR IV 161 Or Till St' PR EM J COCBT, THOMAS W. BARTLEY, of Richland. FOB ATTOPNETf GENERAL, Dl'RBIN WARD, of Warren. TOR CONTROLLER, B.W.GILSON, of Mahoning. THE BOARD or FCBL1C WORKS, R. H. HINDR1CKS0N. of Butler. FOB COKGRFSS, CHARLES D. MARTIN, of Fairfield. ro jvvr.r. or the court ot tommow pleas, EDWARD F. BINGHAM, of Vinton. FOR FEPRWERTATIVE, JOHN D. JAMES, of Jackson. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. COUNTY TICKET. For Auditor, NELSON RICHMOND. For Treasurer, HENRY REYNOLDS. For Sheriff, WILLIAM GOLD. For Commissioner, SAMUEL TARR. For Sorvetor, JOHN DODDS. For Coroner, JOHN S. McDOWELL. Fob Lard Appraiser of Elk Towsship, JOHN HUHN. Van Vorhes a Nullifier. Bv referonco to tlio Constitution of the United States, tho following sec lion will bo found: No person held to 6ervico or labor in one btute, under tlio lawj thereof, escaping into another, shall, in conse quent of any law or regula...

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. — 9 September 1858

The McArthur Democrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. We pnlllfh tha fcilowlogfor the benefit of sub acrthera to newspaper : 1. Subscribers who Jo not give notico to the contrary, ere considered as wbdiing to oontlune .subscription. ' 4- It the subscribers order tie discontinuance or their papers, the publisher nay continue to send them until alt arrearages are paid. . If sab;rlbers refine or nelect to take thoir periodical from the office to which they are di rected, they are held responsible until they have ettlcd the bill and ordered thorn discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with out Informing the publishers, and the papers are ent to the. former direction, they are held re ponsible. 5. The oonrts hav-o decided that rofuslnf to take fapers from the offlco, or removing and leaving bom uncalled for, is prima fad evidence of In tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a pnhlisher that his pa per la nc taScn rrora the office, are required to ran ypce J...

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. — 9 September 1858

Agricultural. 1 1; ! Trees Around Barnyards. Much attention lias been iaid in ycur valuable paper lately to the man agement and cultivation of fruit-trees. The Bnlject is ouo of importknee, and one worthy of your coi)6iJeraJion,as well as of more attention amon Jar mcra than it generally receives. Now, Messrs. Editors, i tun willing to do M-liat I can to call more attention to this 6iiliject, auJ would therefore sng get a plan in which a few dollars might lo profitably invested by every larmer who has a barnyard; it is this, to set out as many tipple or other fruit trees around the tarn and yard as the room will permit. Trees so planted will soon throw out their roots under tho barn and yard, where they will find an abundance of nourishment, which has soaked down ward from tho surface of tho yard, jind which did they not 6avc, could not bo made availablo in any other way. In consequenco of their prox imity to tho yard and lam, they will not need any manuring or further at tention, s...

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. — 16 September 1858

rr. 7 T"'.t .t.tt c r-rrrrrr A' .'I .!--! oi!t ..! TIO.V t AXD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEX, OF . WIIATEVEK STATE OB lr:!tSI ASIOX, UEEICilOl'S OB rOLITlClL.-77,0j . Jrson. VOL.7. : . M'AHTIItU, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, SEPTEMBERS, ' 1858.' NO. 5. LI y r.i ; m Mtxhx "Ilmccrat. I '-'- PUBLISHED B7EBY THURSDAY BY ,' ALEX. PEABCE. OFFICE IN xi aloke'S BUILD ISO, - JttONT ftTREKT, M'ABTIHB, OHIO. . TERMS Or ri BLlCATIOX. 1 One copy oneyenr, in nJvunce, ' If Tiiiiil after six month. t on liKon "T'1ubs of ten now nibsecibcra tol V. O. The rftonov'invml invtru iviriai-iy aoomrny th ill aeon tinned until all nr. orJrfru from Cluh. iih".hSrfap,l1"ri,,n1"'"- u"ol)lio8 0fUl8 wrcVhopnrerUnoter.ioro.itobo Jifcontin- ed at tlio end of tho year, it will be continued, TEIUIS or Al)Vi:uTl.siXG.i 8 sniTnu. b iiosthk. 12 months. ' Ontiinare . '' - Two unit res B.OD S.M 1300, ThrcB do. T.oo lo.cn is.oo V column column io.no 15,00 is .00 9VP0 All rnlenml ficurowork will bo cliftTsred ono bnlf more thnn tho nhov...

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. — 16 September 1858

'JPHE DEMO CR AT. ALEX. PEARCE, Isrroa. McARTUUU : THURSDAY, SEPT. 18. IMS. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. roa judge or the rmM mt'T, THOMAS W.BARTLEV, of Richland. re ATTGEKIT OtNIKAl, DUBBIN VARD, of Wnen. rOI COSTBOLLIR, 8. W.GILSON.of Malionirg. Tl BOAltD Or FTPLIC WORKS, R. H. HENDRJCKSON.of Butler. FOR COHBKF, CHARLES D. MARTIN, of Fairfield. roa irrcK or T"i crvrr rr roMiwn ntAS, EDWARD P. BINGHAM. cj Vinton. TOR EPRFTIATIVE. JOHN D. J AMES, of Jctiinn. COUNTY TICKET. Poa Aoditor, NELSON RICHMOND. For Trsabuber. HENRY REYNOLDS. For EncRirr, WILLIAM GOLD. For Cohmisho.ver, SAMUEL TARR. For Surveyor, JOHN DODDS. Fob Coroner. JOHN S. McDOWELL. For Lard Appraiser rr Elk Township, JOHN HUIJN. N. H. Van Vorhes and Negro Equality. The Democracy have planted them telves upon the ground that this Gov ernment was made by whits men for the benefit of white men, and tliat 'therefore-, they are opposed to negro equality. To give tho negro the same political rights wlrkh white trior, enjoy, will...

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. — 16 September 1858

. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. We publish the fult.jwii' j fur th benefit of sub scribers to niwsr epers : 1. Subscriber w) do not give notice tnthe eontrary, era considered as wishing to continns .elr subscription. If the tnbecribers order the discontinuance of their pspers. the publisher rssy coutinue to send them until ah arrearages aro paid. 8. If subscriber refu-Ht or netflect to take their periodicals from the office to which they ire di rected, they ere held responsible until they neve settled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers Trove to other place with out informing the pnbl'.snsrs, end the papers are sent to the former direjiiou, they are held re sponsible. 6. The court have decided that refusing to fake papers from the cities, or removing ami leaving Uiem uncalled fur, U nriV.a f&cii evidence of In tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that hid pa per la not taken from the office, aro required to See Post Office Inst...

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. — 16 September 1858

Agricultural. Hints for the Season. I. Savo 6omo of jour lest corn for seed. Choot-e that which is car'i- ...it. I..... ' 11 !! . i ..,iLm voi, nun iui-l, cu um;u tuia idnmp kernels, and, if possible, from fctalks bearing mure than one ear. A prolific habit in the parent plant is; apt to be perpetuated in tho ofWritifr Jiang the cars tip in the husks in an airy, dry 'lace. II. Don't ibrpr-t to drain your wet Iand3 tins fall. Ihev will bo more i than doubled in value by a thorough of tilo draining. Wet or swampy land is of littlo valuo to the farmer, but ivhen dried it generally weumcs uie uesi parcel tnc tarui. 111. Collect id I tho manure possi ble, put under cover and prepare for uso next season. Wcll-rotteJ manure is of more value than fresh. Nearly nl of our Ohio lands require manure. Xo wheat land is in good heart unless it can produce 30 bushels to tho acre. u round that will produce 15 bushels! omy to tap aero in a pood year, is yiiucr unut lur wheat or Las been bad- ly farme...

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. — 23 September 1858

III IB III . I EQUAL AXD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEJf, OF WHATEVER STATE OK ITUSl ASIO, 11EL1GIOIS Oil POLITICAL.-7,. Jtffcrson. VOL. 7. M'AHTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 23, 1858. NO. 6. EJBtgrtJiir Stmocrat. PUBLISHED EVERT THUHSDAY BY ALEX. PEAItCE. OFFICE IN M ALONE'S BUILDIKQ, MOST STREET, M'ARTUCR, OUIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. One copy ono year, In advance, f 1 ,S0 If paid after six months, 2.00 flub, of ten new subscriber tol V. 0. 10.00 TliQ money must invariably accompany the Orders from Club. ... tiyifo paper will be dlacontinnod until all T jjirnirh r raid npr uuloas at the option of tlio Fuhlislior. When the paper is not ordered to he discontin med at tlio end of the year, it will bo continued. TEH MS OF ADVERTISING. CnSiiinre (10 lineal 3 Insertions fl.00 Euuh additional' insertion 2.1c 3 MONTH. 6 MONTH" 12 MONTH. S,00 12.00 1 5.00 20.00 One squaro Two squares 3.00 5.00 7.00 10.00 15,00 8,00 10.00 1.1,00 Tnrco do. H column column 15,00 20,(10 80,00 All rule ami flgur...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 23 September 1858

THE TOSMOCPVT ... ' . ... alkx: PF.AUOE. MoMlTllUn THURSDAY, STPT. 23. )S38. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ron jCDor. or tup htrfmk reiRT, niOMAS W. HARTLEY, of R!cI.Iud. rfR ATTOfcKtT OFMRAt, UURBIN VARD, of YVarien. TOR CONTROLLER. S. W. GILSON, of Mahoning. rR board or FI'IU.IC 'WORT, R. II. HEXnniCKSON.or Butler. for conr.nrss, CHARLES D. MARTIN. FairjfeM. -rc jrroE or the cditt rr commo pleas, EDWARD F. BINGHAM, of Vinton. TOR 1ttPRFrNTATIVE, JOHN D. J AMES, of Jscfcson. COUNTY TICKET. For Ai-dit.'B, SLLSON RICHMOND. For Trench, HENRY REYNOLDS. Iii Sheriff, WILLIAM GOLD. Fob Commissioner, SAMUEL TARR. Fob Surveyor, JOHN DODDS. For Coroner, JOHN S. McDOWELL. Fort Lasd A ppr isfr IF Elk Township. JOHN HUilN. The County Expenditures. Many good people of tho county are really desirous of knowing why it is that our county expenses were 60 much last year, when the Court House ftnd public buildings were paid for the year before. Wo will endeavor to explain, briefly, for their satisfac tion...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 23 September 1858

(Ejjc Ht$tljntr gcinotraf. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. W pnblUh tliefi.i'owtri?for tha benefit of snb nhftA to rewspapeis: 1. Subscriber who in not gife Yiotka to the contrary, aro ooniJJervd u wishing to continue, '.sir auhseriptlou. 8. If the subtribors order t h discontfunatieo of their paperi, the publisher nay concinua to Mild them until all urreiiruffcsara paid. t. If subscribers refuo or neraet to take tlieir periodieula from tM office to hieh they undi rected, they nro held responsible until they huvo rettled the'liill end edered them discontinued. 4. If subscriber: remove to other places with out Informing the pnh'.isl .era. and the papers nro rut to tho former direction, they are held re sponsible. 6. The courts have deided'hatTcfusin?'! tn';c paper from tho o;"ee. or removing and leaving tbom uncalled for, is pima f icii evidence of iu tentlonal frind. Postmaster? win notify a publisher that bin pa per 1 not taken fr.m tha otHeo, arc required tn See Post ...

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