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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 16 August 1860

DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. Report of the Committee on Resolutions. Committf. n Keolutin$, by thtir Chairman, Afr. Uulletl, of Ma$iachvit, 4 tvbnit thg folbving Report &enlvtd. That ira Ametisan Denaoeracy Tili( their trust io the intelligence, the pa triotism, and the discriminsting justice of ID rinwiean people. Ritohtd, Tint we rfyanl thii n dis tinctive feature of our political creed, which we tre proud to maintain before the world, I the great moral element in a form of gov. rrnmriil r-piinging from end upbeat by the popular will; and we contrast it with the creed md practice of Federalism, under what ever name or form, which reeks to palsy the will of the constituent, and which conceives no impos:ure too monsiruus fur t he popular credulity. Reolv:d, tertfort. That, entertaining these views, the Democratic patty of this Union, through their Dc'egntps assembled in a general Convention, coming together in n spirit of concord, of devotion to the doctrines sud fuith'of a Iree represe...

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 August 1860

111 5ffl A 3 1 i I EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL HEX, OF WIIATEVEU STATE OK I'LKSU ASIO, KELIGIOLS Olt X'OLITICAI Tho. Jefferson. VOL. 9. M'AHTHUE, VINtON COUNTY, OHIO, AUGUST 30, I860. -NO. 8. m r m n. a i ii i 1 l I t . fcl .T I 1V 111 IM IM III jEJcmoent. PUBLISHED EVERY THUBSDAY BY ALEX. PEAIICE. OFFICE IN BKATTOK'S KEWLT1LD1NO TWO DOOKS EAST OF THE COUj:T ' HOUSE, IT STAUiS TEUMSoi" rUULlCATIOSr. On copy oneyaar.in advuuco, $l,r0 if paid aftor six months. 2,00 Clubsof ton uow subscribers to 1 T. O. 10,00 Tlio moucy must la variably aecomjauy tha rders from Clubs. til"No paper will bo discontinued until nil arrearages aro paid up, uulcssut tho option of tho PablUhor. When tlio panor i not ordered to bo iliscon tlnuad at tho ui tf tho yenr.it will bo continued. U'EHMS OF ADVi-KTiSIISG. " On Square (10 lines) 3 lnsortious $1,00 Jiaeu additional insertion 2 5 8 1IUNT11S. 6 MONTHS. 12 MllNTHS. Onoiqnara J3.00 f.VOO 3,00 Two squares 6,00 8,00 12,00 Throo do. 7.00 10.00 15X'0 i colum...

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 August 1860

THE DEMOCRAT. -- ALtX . P A KCE, Editor. McARTHUR: Tiii nsiivY : : At OUST 30, 1800. National Democratic Ticket. FOK PKES1DKNT, STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS, OF ILLINOIS. FOK Vk'E-rREStDENT, HEIISI'IIEL Y. JOHIYSON, OF GEORGIA. Democratic Electoral Ticket. SERAPHIM MEYER, of Stark Count); WILLIAM U. WOOL'S, of Licking; WILLIAM J. FLAGG. of Hamilton; , JOHN SCHIFF.of Hamilton; JACOB II. FOOS. of PrM; MLAS 11. WALKER, of Slielbv; ' EDWARD SlIEFFIELD.of Henry; NEWTON A. DKVORE, of Brown; HENRY C. COFFMAN, of Fureite; GEORGE F. STAYMAN, of JJtluware; CHESTER MOT'l', of Wvumlolt; JOHN D.JAMES, of Jiiibon; ' JAMES M. MILLER, of Mcins SAMUEL G. FOSTER, or Franklin; WILLIAM DURBIN.of Erie; BURR KELLOGG, of A-hlamI; . WILSON S KKNNON.of Belmont; ISRAEL E? CARTER, ol Summit; CHARLES . ADAMS, of Lake; (1E0I1GE A. HOWARD, of Anlilabulu; GEORGE WEBSTER, ol Jt ffersonj DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ton SCrRKME jvniK, T1IUMAKJ.S. SMITH, tOK MtMBIB or TUP. B0ARHOF PITLC WODK.'i, ABNEIt L. BACKUS, of Lucas. J01 AH...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 30 August 1860

t glclrir democrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. DOUGLAS CLUB. Tho McArtbur Pouglas Club will meet on Saturday eveningat 7 o'clock. Judgo Hewitt will address tho Club. Our friends from tho country, and tho ladies, especially, are invited to attend. Tho Vinton Cornet Uand will bo in nttendanco and enliven tho exercises with music. -' - H. S. HAMILTON, Sec'y P. T. The Evening Bulletin. This is the title of a new daily pa. per published at Columbn3 by Messrs. W. W. Webb, 13. F. Lincoln, 0. It. lliley and S. Bradford, nil typos, and Srst-rato follows. Mr. Webb was un- till recently tho local editor of tho Statesman, and we suppose ho will "do up" tho writing for tho Bulletin. Tho publishers Bay that tho particular object of their paper will bo to main tain and defend the liberty of labor in this State, and tho rights" in tercet and velfaro of laborers. Wo jympathize with them iu their object, and wish them abundant nnd otherwise. success, pecuniarily Pole Raising. The Democrats of Frattsvillo aud ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 30 August 1860

The Yancey-Breckinridge, Rout in Alabama Signal and Complete. .. ., . lueroutoi ine lireckinnuge uia - timnmctQ in A Inliamo Yiaa l"vnrn nnnrlv I as overwhelming as it was in Ken tucky and Missouri. If there was auy state in the Union that the Bolters felt perfectly tertaiu of carrying, it was Alabama. The news of their de feat ihero will fall upon them with crushing force! Yancoy has been beaten in bis own county ami in his own Congressional District! The Montgomery (Alabama) Confedera tion, in giving tho election returns, ujs: 5 When the news began to come :n last Tuesday of their defeat in tho sev eral counties of this district, not one conld scarcely be seen on the street. Even in Montgomery, tho homo of 'their gallant uud much beloved Ian cey,' had tho cause of Breckinridge been doomed. Even in Chambers, tho homo of their 'worthy ally' and 'their own beloved Dowdcll,' Lad the causo cf Brcckinridgo met with de feat. Even in old Macon, the homo of 'our beloved, and fascinating, a...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 6 September 1860

lib J L a IX ri'iri in in ti . EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL ME3T, OJ WIIATEyER STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL. Thot. Jefferson. VOL. 9. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 6, I860. NO. 4. e mtx)i democrat. fir PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY 0 FFICE IN BKATTON'S NEW BUILDIKG TWO DOORS EAST OF THE COCKT HOUSE, UP 8TA1ES. On cpy one TJar, in advance, $1,60 If paid after six month. 2,00 Clubs of ten now gubacribcrn tol P. 0. 10,00 Tho money must Invariably accompany the rders from Clubs. igy"No paper will be discontinued until all rrearngoearopaid up, uulessat the oj'tion of tlio fuhlifther. When th pnrer Is not ordered to be discon tinued at tbo end of the yenr.it will bo continued. TEItMS OFADVEKTISIU. On Square (10 lines) 8 insertion $1,00 tttuh additional irisortion 88 8 MONTHI. ( If ONTHfl. 13 MONTHS. One square $3,00 $5.00 88,00 Two squares 6,00 8,00 12,00 Threo do. 7,00 10.00 16,00 column 10,00 15,00 80,00 U column 15,00 20,00 80,00 All rule and figure woik will ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 6 September 1860

THE' DEMO CK AT. ALEi.PEAECE.EoiT. McARTllUR : T52UI13D.VY: : StPTEMREn 6. tSCO. II National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, HERSCHEL V. JOHNSON, HERSCHEL V. JOHNSON, OF GEORGIA. Democratic Electoral Ticket. SERAPHIM MEYHt.of Ktaik Count) ; . WILLIAM B. FOUL'S, cl Liclwg; i ULLlAMJ FLACiG.of llainiilun; .'OHN Bill IFF, of Himilton; JACOB H. FOOS, t 1'mWf, SILAS B. WALKER, of Shelby; : LinVAKDSUl'.FFil-'XU.ollle'nry; ' NEWTON A. DEVORE, of Brown; ' HENRY C. COFFMAN, of Fuytite; . UEORGHF. STAYMAN, of Delaware ril ESTER MOTT, of Wvmulott; JOHN D. JAM KS, of Jackson: " J AM liS 31. MILLER, of M.mrj; SAMUEL G. FOSTER. of Fiaiiklin; WILLIAM LUKBIN, ulF.ru-; ' flVRR KELLOGG, of Ashland; N ICHOLAS F. JOSS, ol Holme.; AMOS LAYMAN, of Washington; n'II50N S. KENNON.ol Belmont; , ISRAEL E. CARTER, ol Summit; CHARLES D. ADAMS, of Luke: GKOKGEA. HOWARD, of Ashiabulu; GEORGE WEBSTER, of J. flerson; DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOI1 SUPREME JlTlOI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 6 September 1860

SJt Blcttjiiir Scinatnt. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Notice to Subscribers. Our regular publication day is Thursday, and licreaftor no paper will tm ifSiied from this oflico previous to that timo. Yo are compelled to adopt this rulo riziJly to eavo our eelvus from loss. We hope town sub ecribors will wait patiently until served by tho Currier. Those who aro not subscribers can purchase from tho Carrier or call ac tho office- on Thursdays, when wo will ho happy to serve them. II. II. Swaiui has yiven us 6omo rpeeiraens of apples that are hard to beat. Four Newtown Pippins weigh ed tlireo pounds, ilr. S. has a num ber of excellent varieties, and possess es ono, ol tho best orchards in tho the Connfy. DCT.Vlr. Geo. .NichoU wi.'l uecept our thanks for r. iue53 of very larjje bivcct Potatoes. The Union School. The scliools did not open cu Mon iliy liiSt, for several reasons not nec essary to Btato. Ve are assured that they will commence next Monday. Every fcclular bbould be ou hand at t!.;;t ti u-...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 6 September 1860

The Toughest of Turkeys—The Effect of Blood Pills. Cuff was a gemlemfui'e" gentleman down in old Virginia, and a darky of most undoubted truth luid hoDeetj; bit be would sometimes tell tongli toriei. lie met"Kurnel Johnsing' stg,"as be called dim, tlie other day, and after cussing and diseiiuein va rious matters appertaining to their waiter, tell into the following con versation: Sam Well, Cuff, bow jon was! Cuff 0, 1 Isn't no wuss. Sam Llow is all de folks down at d bouse! Cufl 0, dey is alio to be around, 'oept de ole man's darter she had the doctor the other day. lie came' in, looked at her, kept looking at her; said she was biljons, and guv her n box of Dr. Koback'e Scandivian Blood Pills. When de doctor go, she upau' threw de pills out de window. She wouldn't take no pills, no tah! Wal, do ole turkey-cock cum, au' greedy kus bo gobbled down do pills, box an' all, wid de wholo directions. Kelt day wo bad company, an' had to kill dat turkey-cock, yer seo. Bro't hi in on do table,...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 13 September 1860

1 t . , T MillTHUJi, VINTON; COUNTY, UO, SEPTEMBER 13, 18C0. VOL. 9. JMdfew democrat. .. Published every thuesdatbi ALEX. PEARCE. FFICE-1N BRATTOK'8 HEW.BulImNQ TWO DOOK8 EAST OP THE COUBT HOUSE, IT'STAIKS.' " 1 TK lOI iT6 F 1' UBL I CATION. One copy onoyjnr.ln advance, 1,60 2.00 if paid uitor bix moutta. (Mubsof ton now Riibcribcra to 1 T. 0." 10,00 Tlio monoy must invurlubW nocorananv tlia ordurs from Clubs. - J . ISTNo pnpor will be discontinued tinlll all arrenrof;eiiare puid up.unluaaut tho option oftlie i-unitanor. When the pnpor Is not ordered to bo diccon tiuuodat tho end of the year Jt will bo continued. " TERMS OFAHVEIITISING. Oj; Square (10 hno 8 ipjortjoni ,;.. fl,00 i.icU additional insertion " 88 3 MONTHS. 6 U0KTT1I.' 12 koNTHi Ono Hanaro t-OO fS.OO 8,no Two (luiiurea ' 6.00 8,00 . Throo do. 7.P0 10.00 ' JS.OO V column 10,00 15.00 80.00 14 cidtimn 13,01) 80.00 .,20,00 Ail rulo anil flgnro work will ho chu .yd orus k;iu mnru tlmn tho abovorati'K. SnuoJ notlcoa will be c...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 13 September 1860

THE DEMOCRAT. ALEX . PEARCE.Eorrvi. McARTHUR : THURSDAY : : SEPTEMBER 13, 1800. National Democratic Ticket. FQR PBES1DEKT, STEPHEX A. DOUGLAS, OP ILLINOIS. . FOU.V ICE-PRESIDENT, liERSCIIEL V. JOIIiVSON, OF GEORGIA. Democratic Electoral Ticket. KKRAI'HIM MEYER, of Stark County: WILLIAM B. WOOL, of Licking W 1 1, LI A M J. FLAGO. of Hamilton: JOHN Sl'lIlFP.of Hamilton; JACOUII. FOOS, of Preble; i :fJLAS B. WALKER, of Shelby; F.I) WARD SHEFFIELD, of Henry: N EWTON A. DEVORE, of Brown; HENRY C. HUFFMAN, of Favette: CiKURGE F. STAYMAN, of Delaw CHESTER MOTT, of VVvandolt: JOHN D. JAMES.of Jackson: JAMES M. MILLER, of Meiet; SAMUEL G. FOSTER, of Franklin; WILLIAM DURB1N, of Eric; BURR KELLOGG, of Ashland; NICHOLAS F. JOSS, of Holmes; AMOS LAYMAN, of Washington; WILSON S. KENNON.of Belmont; ISRAEL E. CARTER, ol Summit; CHARLES D. ADAMS, of Lake: are; GEORGE A. HOWARD, of Ashtabula; . . faLUKUb of Jeflerson; DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOR SUPREME Jt'DliE, TH'UIASJ.H. SMITH, Montgomery. tt SI...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 13 September 1860

.ttie gje&rljjttr gtworrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. The County Fair. Will commennA tuTtWodncufliiT thai ' 19U inst. We think there will bo a good display and hope onr farmer teadcra will attend en matte. T ie premiums to bo awarded will be found oo the fourth page of this paper, and also the rulea that will govern the Committees. . We Lope thoso who intend to enter tbo liBt for premiums will do so at once, and not wait nntil the first day oi xue J air. - . The Union School. The Uniou School of this place is now open, tbo session bavins coin menced on Monday last. The teach ers are, John r. Spahr, Superinten dent, U. W. 8 hockey, Alias Julia Stanley and Miss Lou. Ilawk. . Large Meeting. : A democratic meeting was held at Uyera' Station, Jackson Co.. on Sat tirday last, at which .thero were not ks than one thousand persons. It was a decided success. Messrs. Ste phenson and Hurst, of Chillicothe, iluliverod tho addresses, and L. Dun gun, Esq., presided. We observed on the ground several ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 13 September 1860

Cassius M. Clay, of Kentucky—His Speech in Lancaster. There wcro probably ten or twelve undred people in our city on Friday .net, to Bee and hear tlio Kentucky Abolition peddler, Clay, who, we are reliably lufbnncd. receives tmy aoi lars. cxpoD308 and whisky found; or his eorviccs. - That a. fall glass of liquor was before him, and that he tlrauk freely and freqnently until it was drained, none will deny. This is perhaps the first instance in which a teacher of the peoplo has thus pub licly set the example of intemperance. We noticed several of our chiisriau friends upon the speaker's staud. How did the brethren like the whisky nrrangoinent? Will they give heed to the words of a publio drinker! Of this number, at least ono-third were Democrats, about one-third from Hocking and Perry counties, and the remainder, Bull men and Fair fax Lmcolmtes. As an orator, Mr. Clay is Lot even second-rate. Ilia audi ence were sadly disappointed in the man. lie was introduced by Mr. Creed with a gre...

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. — 27 September 1860

' AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL ME1V, OF WIIATEVEIt STATE OH PERSUASION, HELldlOUS OH POLITICAL. hot. Jefferson. VOL. 9. M'ARTHUlt, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 27. I860. W r IttcMnir eurocrat PUBLISHED EVERT THtJESDATBX' ALEX. PEAUCE. ' ! OFFICK-1N UltATTON'S NEW DUlLDINd two doors 2ab? op the couut ' ' house; op stairs. ' termsofpblication. Ono copy ono Tjor'.h advanco; r 1 $1,50 Jf paid ftor six mouttB. . ' ' . 2,00 (Nuba of ton now aub.Hcriberg to 1 P. 0. .10,00 Tho money must In variably accompany the ordor fromClubn. ' . . jr"Noppur will bo' dlnf ontinncd ntitil all arrenrancsuroj)uid tin, unless at the oj'tion of the i unusnor.- Whan tho paper in not ordered to be dincon tmuodiktluqcnJ ol tlio ycur.lt will lJCconluincTI TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1.00 f 25 i:ch additional Inaortion . v ' . . i 8MONTII0. 8 WONTI10. 12 MONTIH. nsfnar 3,00 $5,00 S,00 Two Miiiurcl ' ' 5,00 '. $,00 1 12,00 Three do. 1,00 10,00 ! 15,00 JJuolumn .,i ; 11,00. . .16,00 ., 20,00 ;i i''iHi inn 19,00 20,00 All m...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 27 September 1860

THE DEMOCRAT MoABTHUR: TBVMDAY: ; SEPTEMBER IT. i860 THE DEMOCRAT National Democratic Ticket. fOB PRESIDENT, STEPHEN A, DOUGLAS, OF ILLINOIS. DEUSCLIEL Y. JOUXSON, Or GEORGIA. Democratic Electoral Ticket. BERAPHIM MEYER, of Stark County; VILLIAM B. WOODa. of Licking; . -WILLIAM J. FLAG Q. of Hamilton; JOHiNBCHlFF,fHrrftltons JACOBH. F003, of Preble; BILA8 B. WALKER, of Shelby; IDWABD SHEFFIELD, o! Henry; W1VVT0N A. DEYORE, of Br. u; HENRY C. COFFMAN, of Fayette; GEORGE F. 8TAYMAN, of Delaware; ' CHESTER MOTr, of Wymdott; 1 JOHN D.JAMES, of Jckon: JAMES M.MILLER. of MeiRiS 8 AMUELG. FOSTER, of Franklin WILLIAM DURBIN.ofErfe; - JJJRR KELLOGG, of Aahland; NICHOLAS F. JOSS, of Holmes; . AMOS LAYMAN, of Washington;, WILSON 8. KENNON.of Belmont; ' JSRALe. CARTER, ol Summit; o i'uminn ADAMS, of Luke: ilKORGE A. HOWARD. of ASfctebula; A EOROE WEBSTER, ol Jefferson; DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. -a tot icrniMK jiu . THOMAS J. S.SMITH, -of Noittgtmtry. .AiJNEK L. BACKU8, " Lcat-. : tort ATfOBMT OB...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 27 September 1860

6& !5$r gtmctnti. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. k Stosk. By reference tx oor jufertisirig columriS :t will fc steo tbat Dan. Will, formerly of the tjrw of J. K. & . D. Will, Las just opened in the new Storo room of judge K&lcr, n exteuaire aaaoitrat pi of goods of every description, which lie proposes to sell vtt jf cheap for ready fay. lie is determined to Bucceed, and it there Is any Tirtue in low prices we have no doubt be will, dire him a call, acd satisfy yonrsclves of the charact tux of his goods aod prices; Census of Vinton County. We are iudeltedto Jas. Alaloue Deputy Marshal of this District for tho following facts relative to the Cen sus of this County; The population of Viutop County in 1850 numbered 8,335. Id J860 the population is 13,056, being an locrcaao of 4,303. Mr. MaloWs Sub-District, compo sed of Elk, Clinton, Wi!kcvillo nnd tVinton townships, embraced a popu lation in 1S50, of 4,023. In 1SQ0 it . contains a population ul 5(9as-bciiigltho an increase of 1,380. . ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 27 September 1860

DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. [...] of the Committee on Resolutions. Committee on liestAationt, by tlir hairman, Mr. Hallelt, of Muum IiuxUs ut$A it lU iidUtv In g Repor t : RcvtluJ, 7'hi the American Dvinorracy ,laee ibeir (rust in tlte inii-llieuM. the p triotiiin, anJ llie discriumiiliiig juslioe of the American people.' , Kitulitd, Tint regard this a dis tinctive, feature of our uititel creed, which we are proud to maintain before (lie world, ai the great moral element hi a form of gov ernment Bptingiiig from and upheld by the popular will; and we contrast it with the creed and practice of Federal ieir., under what erer name or form, which teeVs to pulsy tlit will of the constituent, and which conceives no imnoature too monstrous fur the poulur credulity. Rttolved, therefore. That, entertaining theee views, the Democratic party of this Uuion, through tlieir Delf gates assembled in a general Couveut ion, coming together in a spirit of concord, of devotion to the doctrines and faith of a I...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 October 1860

il f3 IN M EUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF WHATEVEIt STATE Oil PEKSUASION, KELIGIOUS Oil POLITICAL. Thot. Jcflir rsun. VOL. 9. M'ARTHUK,- VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, OCTOBER 4, I860. NO. 8. t rr i : MIlll ii r-i j I iv a n h a i IMrilur JEJemotrat. "fUBUSHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ALEX. PEA11CE. OFFICE-IN nATTONKNTFtTl-DINa ' TWO POORS KAST OF THE COt'KT HOUSE, IV PTAIKS. TEKMiTo?Yinlu J CATION. Oni: copy'one 'yjiir,iti iidvunvo, . f 1 ,S0 Tfpuid uftor uix months. -2,00 . Clnbuftch new nubseribers to 1 1Y0. lO.l'O . The mony mint invril;ly itcoompany srdor from Club. i (tTilo paper will lo dicontiniW until nil arrcarn(!'Haru pnid up', unlcxnnt tlio option ofll:o , J'ublUlier. , , -When tli o" p riper lit nntordsred to lis diwnn ttnaedfttttMcn't oftlio yoar.lt will boMntinned TERMS Of ADVUItTISiNU. One S.uro(10 liuei.) 8 insertion f 1 ,00 Enc'i additional luKurtlon 25 8 MONTHS. 6 MONTH. 12 MOUTHS.. Onomnnro -1,'0 ,l)0 -,r0 Two i.oi-irc4 5,00 .00 1-2,00 Thr.-.i d,. 7,00 10.00 ivoo )i column...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 October 1860

THE DEMOCRAT. ALXX. FEARCK, Editor. tarj; McARTHUR TUl'RSI) AT : OCTORF.R 4.. ISdO. National Democratic Ticket. ron PRESIDENT, STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS, ok illinois. tob;vkt-I'Uesidf.nt, UERSCHEL Y. JOHNSON, OF GEORGIA. Democratic Electoral Ticket. SERAPHIM MEYER, of Stark Count;; WILLIAM 0. WOODS, or Licking;; AVILLlAM J- FLAGG, of . Hamilton; JOHN SCI! IFF. o( Hamilton; JACOB H. FOOS, of Preble; SILAS B. WALKER, of Shelby; EDWARD SHEFFlELD.of Henry; KEWTON A. DEVORE, ofBrown; HENRY C. COFFMAN, of Fpyette; UEORGEF. STAYMAN, of Delaware; CHESTER MOTT, of Wvnnilott; JOHN D. JAMES, of Jackson; JAMES M. MILLER, of Meifis; SAMUEL G. FOSTER, of Franklin; WILLIAM DUKBlN.of Erie; BURR KELLOGG, of AsMand; NICHOLAS F. JOSS, of Holmes; AMOS LAYMAN, of Washington; WILSON S. KENNON.of Belmont; ISRAEL E. CARTER, ol Summit; rn ARI.F.S D. ADAMS, of Lake: GEORGE A. HOWARD, of Ashlebula; GEORGE WEBSTER.-of Jefferson; DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOR ll'MEMl JUDGE, THOMAS J. S.SMITH, of Montgomery. FOR MEUSIR ...

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. — 4 October 1860

DON'T FORGET THE MASS MEETING MASS MEETING AT HAMDEN ON SATURDAY NEXT! A big time is anticipated Another Attempt At Bribery. A' inend of. Frank Shades told a good' democrat, tlie otlier'day, thnt if bo would voto for blmdcs,:Le (Shades) would get Lis land tax reduced bo that it JtOULD MAKE NINE DOLLARS IN BIS rOJKET. Iathijj not an interference with the Ijurity of tho ballot box! Undoubted y. And thato too, with a promise that Mr. Shades coiAJViot fulfill Without OBniKO THE TEEA8CKJ0F VINE DOIf AEs! . Shamo on men who y3 at tempt to deceive hone8oterf! At Bribery. Anothe Lying Promise Exposed. The McArthur JoMpuUfshejl on tho 6th eh October, JJIfcontainod tho following to?JJiie.opio 'Itlbs been aerted buV. Carle ton amrothbrahat Mssrs.'Sta'nley nd llje88enr;er are plftded to tho support of Sayiion I'.QhaBO.who is represented as a Free Trad man. We arc smthoried byoth Hreao gen tlemen tay that the chargets abso lutely fAsk. They haemcffr.raade any pledjys; biit noWnnkeone to us and t...

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