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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 23 September 1858

Miscellaneous Items. A Ilorcni. Convert. RccentU tin Metluulis's lii-lt! a ureal "revival" in Wisconsin. AiiK-nir tin mn verle was one whose previous profession li.nl lieen "Three Card Monte." Timw beins; Bomewhat hard, lio found littl profit in hisle;itimate "practice," ami became "converted," as the Klder ay. One night, at tho sii-rgestion ol an Elder, he rose to edify the centre Ration with his experionco, and tliu? "delivered'" himself: "Ladies and gen tlemen 1 menu brothers and eistcrs the Lord has blessed :ne very much; 1 never felt bo happy before in all my life, (embarafcsotl;) I say I never felt 80 liappy before in all my life, (very much enibarassed.) If any ono thinks 1 ever did, they can get a lively let out of me." Black Lamm. At tho farm of Choster PikOj, in Cornish, N. 11., we saw, a short time since, a curious freak of naturo in tho prodnction of ten black lamb8 in a flock of seventy Spanish Merinos. Tho ewes were descended from sheep imported by Consul Jarvis, and h...

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. — 30 September 1858

ffl IT 4 EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL flIEIV, OF WHATEVER STATE Oil PEHSUASIOX, KELIGIOUS OH POLITICAL. Tkot. Jtfferion. VOL. 7. M'ARTIIUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 80, I858. NO. 7. - p r ram HI 'W Fl- HI STcrttiir Semocrai. rUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ALEX. PEAHCE. OFFICE IN MALONE'S BUIL1HNG, FRONT ITBEET, H'AnTlllR, OHIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. On copy one year, tn advance, tM If paid after six months. 8.00 Clubs of ten now aubscribcni tol P. O. 10.00 The money mint invariably accompany tbe onlers irom uiuds. t3TNo rarer will bo dincontlnncd until all ar laaranon aro paid up, unless at tho option of the PuMiHhcr. When tho paper in not nnlora'l to bo diwontin med at the end of the year, it will bo continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OnoSqnaro (10 lineal 9 insertions fl .00 Eaoh additional inaortion 25c 8 MONTH!!. 6 HONTfld. 12 MONTHS. Onaaqnare $8.00 f.voo fs.oo Two squares fi.00 8.00 ' 2 00 Throe do. 7.00 10.00 15.00 V column 10,00 15,00 20.00 column 15,00 20.00 S0.00 All ral...

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. — 30 September 1858

1HE DEMOCRAT. n- ALEX. PEAISCE, Edito. Mc ARTHUR : THURSDAY, SEPT. SO. !55fi DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. rot jcdoi or the scfrime cpi-bt, THOMAS W. BARTLEY, of Richland. TOR ATT0E5ET 6r.KCTAt, DURBIN WARO, of Warrsn. 7X51 CONTROLLER, S. W.GILSON.of Mahoning. TR BOARD OF TCFIJfi WORBS, R. H. HE.VDRlCKSON.of Butler. FOR COWCiFrsf, CHARLES D. MARTIN, of Fairfield. tor ;rPGK or the rnrPT or roMJtoit pleas, EDWARD F. BINGHAM, of Yintou. roil REPRKSFNTATIVE, JOHN D. JAMES, of JscUon. COUNTY TICKET. For Auditor, NELSON RICHMOND. ?V Tjeasukek, HENRY REYNOLDS, black laui ; u.LI AM GOLD, fepan.sh Mcnno8,AMUEL.TARRt descended Irom 8 1 DODDS. Consul Jams, ,jj McD0VVELL. produced nuvrf ' m tuck had UenV;"?'?" Towss'p- Democratic Meetings. fZ - HON. EDSOX H OLDS AND CD. MARTIN, ESQ., "Will address the people at McAvtliur, on Monday, Oct. 4, 1858, at 1 1 M., andatEaglo Fmnaco, at 7 o'clock iu the evening of the 6ame day. W. II. IMD, The talented Senator from the Ross and Highland District, will addre...

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. — 30 September 1858

Slave and Free States. reqnire9 only FOR1Y inoUSAND inhabitants to mako a Slav State, whilo they bavo adopted tho principles that it mnst require over MNETF-THREE THOUSAND to make a Free State therefore one Pn&laverr man ia ns good as two Free State men and a thirJI Remember, this is ono of the provisions of the English Bill consti tuting a part of the ''President's Kan sas policy," which meets with Mr. Martin'B and Mr. Pugh'a most "cor dial endorsement," and which was adopted as a part of tho Democratic State Platform at their recent Colum bus Convention. Athene Messenger. Well, Mr. Messenger, your party voted that Kansas might corao into the Union as a Slave State, if her people bo desired, with forty thousand inhabitants; and your party, Ilorton iucludod, voted against tho admission of tho Free State of Minnesota, which contained a population of two hun dred thousand. Ergo, tho Republi cans have declared that ono pro-sla very man is as good as 6J free state mcul Uow do you li...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 30 September 1858

THOUGHTS AND SENTIMENTS. A warm Iicart ever poins forth in go titlo deeda and words of love to all around, ia irresistible. Lcisnro for study, thouli t and so cial enjnymtnt, are lo be counted as yart of one's income. Men are sometimes accused of pride, merely because their licensers would be proud themselves if they were in their places. Mo6t people complain bitterly of tho troubles of lif!, yet often greatly iucreaso life's real troubles by the an ticipations of imaginary ones. There is no outward prosperity which counteracts indolence anJ extrav iigance at home. Ever since there has been so rcnt a oomatKl lor type, there lias been much less lead to 6pare for balls. Is it not butter that your friend tell you faults piivately,thaii that your en t'mv talk of them publicly? bfactJl aui ' .vtyessity to all living men Spanish Merinosiio vilest traitor feels descended from,iirej- (eels tlie pill Consul Jarvis, .J shaken when treason iroduced anyst;'. nick had been. . . ,. , . hood fur y...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 October 1858

ti It P I f 7 mutton 4 EQUAL AXD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL 31 EX, OF WHATEVER STATE OK lEKSUASIO., UELIGIOL'S Olt POLITICAL. Thos. Jefferson. VOL. 7. M'AltTHUB. VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, .OCTOBER H, 1858. NO. 9. MU M P m ?J in M 1 it J)tllttri!)tir gemocrat. PUBLISHED EVERY TEUESDAT BY ALEX. PEAKCE. TFICE IX M ALON'E'8 BUILDINO, t FRONT STREET, ll'ARTHCR, OHIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. ns enpy one year, in advance, fl.RO If p.Vid nflorsix months, 2.00 Clubs of ton now ubcriher tol P. O. lO.O Th money must invariably accompany the r Jt from Clubn. lJT No rmpor will be diacontinned until nil ar- iaarirei are raidup, unless at the option of the Publisher. . When the pnfnrisnotonlereil tobe dixcontln- ted at the end of tho year, it will bo continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. neSqutire (10 linen) 8 Insertions 1.0 Each additional insertion 2So S months. 8 ifoNTna, 12 iiontiih. On square Two squares Three do. V oolmnn . two 5.00 1,00 f.VOO ts.nn 12.00 15.00 8,00 10.00 H.no 10,no 15,00 20.00 fio.no i colum...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 October 1858

fWC. 1 ALEX. PKARCK, Editok. - - - - McARTllUK : TIll'ItSD.VY, OCT. u. isas. The Result on the County Ticket. Wo regret to nnuonnco of our candidates for Sheriff and Treasurer, Messrs. Gold ami Rey nolds. They had wily and unscrupu lous foes to oppoRO them openly, and sccros of pretended friends who were Becrtt eiieujies. IMiiocrais in wnom they placed all confidenee,did all they could against them, in pneh a way! that detection was out of the question,! until tho ballots were deposited. Of course our opponents have tak en a big crow over this result, as we knew they would. Ilonfircu, ringing of tho Church bells, and gunpowder demonstrations were had on Tuesday night in celebration of tho Republi can victory. Wc think, had all our Dsmocratic friends who bclpol to bring about this result, seen this re joicing of our opponents, it would liavo made many of them heartily e:ck of their votes. At present writ ing it is klieved that the balanco of tho Democratic county ticket is elected ' ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 October 1858

8 Stcrfur gcinacrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. We publish the following for the benefit tf sub scriber to newspapers : 1. Subscriber who do not elve notice to the centrary, are conhidertd as wishing to ooiniiiBO .eir subscription. 2. If the subscribers or.ler the discontinuance of their papers, the publisher nay contiuue to wad them until uli arrearages arc paid. 8. If subscriber refuso or neglect to take their gcriodiciiU fron tlis ollieo to which tliey aro di vecteJ, they aro held responsible until tin y havu oettlod the. bill and ordered them discontinued. i. If subscribers remove to other place with out informing tho publishers, and tho papers arc srt to the former direction, they are held re- a. 1 lie courts havo decided that refusing to take pcrs from the o'llce. or removing and leaving m uncalled for, is prima facit evidence of in- lenMnnal fraud. Postmaster who notify a publisher that bin pa lter is not taken from the ottleo, aro required to See Post Offic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 October 1858

Moops in Broadway Sixty Years Ago. From the Phelailelphia Evening Bulletin we extract tho following ref erence to Mr. Rohtrt Morris an J drees fashions axty years since: "An olJ geutUnan, whoee memory 18 TCrycloar, lUtorniS US that ID ltWa, the ladies each wore a Binulo hooIM which was is Jargons the lower one now worn. 'ihe iio was vrn as Lich as tllC IillS. ftllU w!0WltKivna- .. 1 i ctl a train, olteii nvo or six yarns loi'g, , a train, olten nvo or six jama uip, that Was Carriod by waiting niftids or TliO old lentlumaii n-ColluctS J. ' n . ii it i . Seeing 3lrS. Robert MoiTiS walk along IVnnilwAV N. Y.. in company with Aaron Burr, whilo her train whs horn by six French :nnstee women, richly dressed, and with turbans on their heads. Tho women all wore stays, and shoes with heels two or three inch es high, iminenso silver Imckuls Lin ing ou tho shoes. Silk dreses were not then common, and ninalin ones womwero admired accordiug to tho sire of the flowerj on them, roses as largo as o...

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. — 21 October 1858

EQUAL AIVD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEM, OF AVIIATEVEH STATE Oil FEIKSL'ASIOX, IlELIGIOLS OK POLITIC A L.-7710 . J.ffenon. VOL. 7. M'ARTIIUlt, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, OCTOBER 21, 1858. NO. 10. f Tiif l'i if lt'UlT f I fffil' ill (ftf fill' Stcjilhr Stmotrat. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ALEX. PEAIICE. FFICE IN MALOKE'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET, M'AHTnm, OHIO TEIUI9 OF I'l'IJLlCATION. '. One copy one yoar, In advance, tls0 If puid aftorsix months, 2,00 (JIubs of ten now subscriber to 1 I. O. 10.00 Tlio money must invariubly accompany tho iraor irom uiuds. UJNo papor will bo discontinued until all ar lar(fcs are paid up, unloss at the optiuu of the ruMwner. When tho paper is not ordered to bo dincontin led at the end of the year, it will bo continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OneSquaro (10 lines) 3 insertions fl.00 Jsacn additional insertion 2.ic 3 MONTHS. 0 MONTH. 12 MONTHS. One square f 1,00 f 3,00 JS.00 Two squares 5,00 8.00 12,00 Throo do. 7,00 10,00 15,00 U column 10.00 15,00 2',00 H column 1...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 21 October 1858

ALF.K. PKAKCE, Editob. MoARTUUU : TUtlUOAY, OCtTYu 1858. The Late Election. Tho recent State election 6hows un mUtakablj a completj fusion of the Republicans and Americans against tho Democracy. That this fusion should trmmih is not surprising when wo look at the strength of tho parties. In November, 1S50, tho vote of Ohio Btood thus: Iluchanan, 171,000 lYemour, 187,000 1 illmflrv, 23,000 Add the Fremont and Fiilmote vote together and it will be 6een that the Democrats, two years ago, wero iu a minority of 41,000. In 1S57, our Stato ticket was beaten by the Repub licans 2,000 votes, while 10,500 votes were given to tho American ticket headed by Van Trump. Oar minor ity ono year ago was twelve thousand iivo hundred. Tho party then en joyed extraordinary advantages. Thousands of Americans, disliking Chase, and knowing it was useless to vote for their own candidates, 6taid at home, or voted with tho Democracy At tho lato election tho Republican find American parties wero cordially unit...

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. — 21 October 1858

r f 't 4ttmr)iirx Mm LOCAL DEPARTMENT. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. 4i.rUe LTVi.tdCsui; Bcnbffs S.eVM 1. oli?SkLfiii. .-contriVy, iro ct.th-Bcrcd . 'SlrsiiVctJViolu '. II llieub! ' irJtf viK& ytiyUL lrrs from tha ol!iwTir removin? mid leaving .. rortraastuwwiio notify a pn).ii.-iior Hint in p- per m not uiKcn irom tha ollleo, nr rcqniretl to See See Post Office Instructions and Laws. THI USDAY, OCT. 21, 1858. Town Improvements. 0 Kotwithstandihg tho prcssnro in money matters, the partial lailure'of ; tlie crops and tho consequent stagna tion of almost every kind .of. business, wo notico that qnifo a number of sub stantial improvements havo been mado in this placo during tho past summer. ' Mr J. N. llutson ha3 erected a handsome two-story frame building on tho corner of Locust and North 6is. J. R. Newton has put up a neat story and n half Gothic cottage- nearly .opposite -Mr. Hudson, and Judgo Hewitt is buildinrr a houso ncarlv on- v a, posito Mr. Newton. Charlc3 ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 21 October 1858

Miscellaneous Articles. Tiik'ATi.mioAfABVK'.TJw tftsHN gctoco relative to tho Atlantic cablo is not vcrj encouraging. Wo aro cow tolJ that tho difficulty experienced in trausmittiug the electrical current is due to some defect in the cable, at a distance of three- hundred miles from tho Irish coast. At that distance, frstn a comparative staljow, tliu bot tom sinks .to a gjeat depth. TIiLs'vas known previous to laving tho" ca ble, and it was intended that here a qnantity of slack cord should bo paid out by tho Agamemnon, liut tho place was mistakon, and consequent ly tho indication that horo the wire bang3 festooned and and exposed to tho currents of tho ocean, instead of being placed on tho bottom. The nominal prico of shares had still further receded abroad, as theso facts became known, and the chances of the damage to the cablo boing buc eeE8fully repaid grew less. 'Whether it will be possible to raise the cablo at the distance of two or thrco hundred miles from tho Irish coast is...

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. — 28 October 1858

17' EQUAL AXD EX ACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEX, OP WIATEVIK jyATB OK PEUSLASIOIY, IlEUGIOI'S OK I'OI.II JCAL.-'TCo,. Jtf. erson. VOL. 7. M'ARTIIUIl; VINTON COUNTY, "OHIO, OCTOBER 28, 1858. ;Tn7011: ur Scmotrat.' POBUSHED EVEBY THURSDAY BY . , 1 . . ALEX. TEAKCE. FFICE 'I'H MALO'jfE'S. BUILDING, . , IRONT (TlftliT, UARTHIR, OHIO. , TERMS OFtfUMMCATIOJU . "On crtpy ono yonr, In nJvano'o,' Hf pilj nfleriMxiium'.lu, ,(;iuli.of tan new iilisoiiboTs toV P. 0 fl.SO 2,oi) Tho money mniit liivartnliljf accompany tlio fVoin Club. ' ' ti7" No paper will b discontinued until sll ar I Jdrnpe Am iud vp, uulcs lit Uio option of tlic publisher. Whon tha paper is not ordered to lie discontin ued at the end of tlio j car, it will bo continued. '. 'ni TEU.U3 OF ADVEKTISIAC. Ono S pmro (10 lined) insertions.- 1. XtttCU -HUUlWunihl- muriumi ZOC ' . I V- 8 MOSTIID. S MONTH. 1J MONTHS. Ono rfiyiaru ' $.i,nn .i,od Two inna ! it.oo h.ao ie.no Tbroo do.. : . ....7,oo . 10,00 , Ia.oo o,K."''iS Z ' ' K au mloand. fli...

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. — 28 October 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. ALEX. PEAUCE, Edito. Mc ARTHUR TlllUSDAY, OCT. t, 1858. The Present Aspect of Parties in The Present Aspect of Parties in Ohio. That there will bo n disruption of the Abolition and conservative wings of tho Republican party, ere long, but few intelligent men can doubt. In Southern Ohio, during tho past can vass, the Republicans dared not advo cate their "rugged issue" doctrines, on matters not in issue between tiic two parties. Corwin, not Chase, gave the opposition their "cue " in this nor- tin of the State, and the struggle will now begin between Chase and Cor win for tho leadership. In the Northern portion of the State, octrines of the orpo-1 Idly proclaimed, aBjj of them was consider-! the Abolition d sition were bol cd heresy by the Republicans of the Giddings and Chase school. .. n .... .. . .. . ... j. t Corwiniies and Chascites will wor in tbo Bamo harness, cannot be doubt arc already kicking out of the traces. The day after the election, Mr. Gid dings addresse...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 28 October 1858

"fee Strfjnir gtmotrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. Wo publish the following for tlic benefit of sub erihers to newspapers : 1. Subscribers who do not give notice to the contrary, are considered u wishing to conliuuo . '.eir subscription. !!. If the subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, tlie publisher may continue to rend them until ah arrearages arc puid. 8. If subscribers refuse or neglect to tako their ficriodieals from the office to which they aro di rected, they aro held responsible until they have settled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other place with out informrnir the publishers, and the papers are s-nt to the former direction, tlicy are held re sponsible. 8. The conrts luve decided that refusing to take Tapers from the otlice, or removing and leaving hem uncalled for, is prima fucu evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his va por is not tuken from the otriea, are require...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 28 October 1858

Miscellaneous Articles. A Colored Discourse. A correspondent of tlie A'aV.tY- T.i'l-fV vrlin nrifi-a finm Mnnsfiflil. Ohio, sends the following 'discourse,' ' , . . i - I i for tho entire authenticity of which lie vouches without reserve, having tak -1 it down from the thick lirs of tho reverend orator himself: My te, Ircdivn and sister, will Ik; Win do ftis chapter of Gcuivsis and twenty sebenth verse. ''An do' Lord make Adam." I tole von how ho make him. lie make lain out ob clay, and when he get Jry ho breathe into him do broil" of life, lie juit him in de pp.rdon ob Kden,and en oi. Laon1.iii.j r ob do lot, and . ni.i,'t.A Von-1 ,1. . . .i. ,.. lie 6et linn in clc corner lio tole him to cat all d tin' dem in de middle ob de orchard; dem ho want fordo winter tiles. Uimoby, Adam be bo Kuiosoine. So do Lor' make Elc. 1 tole you how lio n.akeber: lie pive Adam laudan um till ho not sound asleep, den he gouge rib out he side and make Kbe; nn'Tiotoleherto eat all de an: Vptin' dein in ...

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

3 d)H1lt ill 'itf V iff It (l If EQUAL AMD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF WHATEVER STATE OK FEUSUASIOX, ItELIGIOl'S OK POLITICAL. Thot. Jefftrton. VOL. 7. M'ARTIIUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, NOVEMBER 1, 1858. NO.' 12. V gfee lM4ur gcnmrat, f OBUSHED EVERY THUHSDAT BY ALEX. PEAKCE. OFFICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING MONT STRKET, M'ARTBPR, OHIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. ne cony one year, in advance, I1'5? If paid after ix months, Clobi Of tenne snbscribew to 1 T. O. lo.oo The money rriu iuvariubly accompany tha crdor from Clubs. l3f"No paper will do diKContimied nntil all ar ijraroa are paid up, unices at tho option of tie Publiahor. When the paper is not ordered to bo dienntin ed at the end of tho year, it will be continued. TEKMS OF ADVEKTISIXG. 'OneSmnro (10 liticn) 3 innortions $1.00 Each udditiinul insertion 25c 8 MONTHS. 0 MONTH. 12 MOVTII. Ona square $3,00 S.OO S,00 Two aqnaroa 6.00 8.00 12.00 Three do. T.00 10.00 1.00 X column 10,00 1.1,00 20.no Coolumn 15.00 20.00 80,00 All rule anil flenrn ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 November 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. ALEX. PEARCE, Eottsi McARTHUR : THURSDAY, NOV. 4. 18SS. Class Legislation. It is well known that we deem class legislation that is, giving by law one Bet of men rights, privileges and ad vantages over another, as anti-democratic and highly injurions to the general welfare of tho country. Wo are, therefore, bound to discourage all measures which look to tho aggran dizement of oue class and work to the injury of another. If we are correctly informed, just previous to tho recent election, when the democrats had no opportunity to reply, tho idea was propagated among a certain portion of our citizens that tho "hard times," depreciation of the prico of labor, scarcity of money, &c, were caused by tho low tariff on for eign goods, which gavo tho foreigu articles tho advantajro over thoso of our own country, and consequently crippled our mamfacfurers; and tho impression was made upon tho minds of many that if tho Republicans were triumphant in the election, they would rais...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 November 1858

Sfct aj&rijw gtmotrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. We publish tlie following for tho benefit of sub scribers to newspapers: 1. Subscribers who do not givs notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue .eir subscription. 2. If the subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, the publisher may continue to end them until all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribers refuse or ntirlect to take their Wriodicals from the ofttee to which they are di rected, 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 hold re sponsible. 5. The courts hvn .n..Mn.1 .1... nft.dt..i .... aDcra from thn ntn.u. amA..;n. 2a i...t inem nncaileil fnp. u nim f. ...Mi.,... nr i tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per is not taken from the office, are required to (rive the...

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