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

1 Mttit III EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL IHEX, OF WHATEVER' STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAE Hoi. Jtfcrton. VOL. 4. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MAY 1, 1856. NO. 37. f$VlY til Hi if Sjje 2terfj)ur gemccrat. IB rtniUSHED EVERT THURSDAY D7 PEAHCE & SPESCE. A1H. TEABCE. JOH.I T. SFENCE. OJTICZ IN MALONE'S BUILDING, MONT STREET, H'ABTnrB, OBIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. On copy one year, in advance, tt .80 If paid after six months, 1,00 Clubs of ten new submjribers to I P. 0. 10.00 The money must invariably accompany the rJors from Clubs. EifNo paper will be discontinued until all ar- rearnirea are paid up, unless at tho option of the When the paper is not ordered to be discontin ued at the etid ot' tho J eiw. it-will l. ctr . '. TK1U14 Or AUViilt'UMXG. One Square (10 linraOS iuwrtiuns" ....... .$1.00 JButoh additional insertion j5o t MONTHS, t HOMTflS. 13 MOKTIIS. One square , $3 oo , -. ,. $,'. 00- , , fs.oo Two squares ' 6 00 . 8,00 12.00 Three do. ' 7,00 V, 10,W 1400 ...

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 May 1856

(itj.lf3r!tir "Jlnnotrat. "tTHjITyTmAY 1, 18507 Democratic Presidential Electors. PEKATOHIAf. EI.ICTOttH. AVI I.I.I AM KKNNoN,jB.,of Belmont. ALKXANDKK l'.MILLEIt.cf Butler. I.t, SHELDON I. KEU.OGO, of Hamilton, 1M. HliNKY V. BKDAM, ft Hamilton. U. DAVID CLAKK, of Montgomery.- 4ih. ISAAC II. THOMAS, of Darke. Stb. KDWAKD FOSTEK. of Willmiim. th. MICH AKL II. DAVIS, of Clermont. 7th. W II.I.I A M CROSSEN. of Wurrtn. tth. WILLIAM KEKSIIXKK of Clark. iEKUR K. SENEy.of tSoneen. Mth. LEVI OUNUAN. of Juckwm. 11th. ALFRED McVF.ItiH, of FalrHcU. Vith. JACOU SLYII.of Frankliu. 13th. JOHN TIKKT, of Huron. 14th. JOIIN'C. MYERS, of AahlanJ. IStli. JOSEPH BURNS, of Coshoctou. 14th. JAMES M. OAYLOKD.of Morgan. 17th. BENJAMIN F.Sl'KIGOS, of Noble. 18th. ALHIONSO HAKT.of 1'ortago. Mth. I1ENHY H. DODGE, of Cuyahoga. Suth. GEO Kit E O. OILLETT, of Ashtabula. Stilt. OEOKOE COOK, of Harrison. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. 0R JCDOB Of HI ICFREVI COTRT. 1SUFUS P. ltANNEY. board or mm. io wokks. WAYNE Git IS W...

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 May 1856

P1MF gemotrat. Subscribers to Newspapers. Wa publish the Tollowiiig for the benefit of sub scribers to newspapers : 1. Subscribera who do not givo notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscription. 3. If the subscribers order the discontinuance of their paper, the publisher nay continue to tend them until ah arrearages are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to UVe their periodicals from the office to which they are di rected, they are hold responsible until they have settled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subsoribors remove to other places with out informing the publishers, and tho papers are sent to the former direction, they aro hold re sponsible. 6. The courts have decided that refusing to take papers from the ofllce, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is prima facie evidenco of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per is not taken from tho ofllce, aro required to give the reason why they a...

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. — 1 May 1856

Agricultural. K Nl Garden Work for April. ... TLis Benson, most of the work gen eral lyperlorinod m March, in conse joenceof the extreme coM weather, . will hare to be crowd d into this month. The snow-drop did not blossom until tho last week of the past month, fonr weeks later than usual. All the eprinfi flowers will be behind this year. Towards the end of the month, if the weather changes, sow hardy annnals. As soon as possible transplant any shrubs.oroth'r ladeous plank thamay be wanted. Romovo all litter, prnno roses nnd other shrubs, and put the garden in spring order. Fasten tp climbers, and oe that any stakes, to which plants are trained, are sound and firm. If any portion of tho ground can be dug, dig it this month, if not too wet or fro zen. Do not transplant bulbous plants, such as the tnlip, at this season, it will be apt to destroy tho more tender kinds, being partly in leaf, and the whole Tital force of the plant in ac tion for the development of tho flower the check gi...

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. — 8 May 1856

-14 1 J m ri 13 EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL ItlEX, OF WHATEVER STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL That. Jejerson. VOL. 4. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MAY 8, 1856. NO. 88. V mil aw. J w- iff fjlflj M TV IB PUBLISHED EVEHT THUESDAY BY PEAKCE & SPENCE. 1UI. FEARCE. JOHN T. 8PE1CCE. TIICE. IN MALONE'S BUILDING, 80MT ITSEIT, M'ARTHCR, OHIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. On oopy one year, in advance, $1,60 If paid after six months, 9,00 Clubs of ten now subucribera to 1 P. 0. 10,00 The money most invuiitibly accompany tho rdere from Clubs. 3No paper will be discontinued nntil all ar rearages are paid up, unless at the option of the fublislier. ... When the paper la not ordered to bo dicontln tad at the end of the year, it will be continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Square (10 lines') Insertions 1 00 Each additional insertion 25c t MONTHS. S XOMTIIR. 13 MONTHS. On aonsra $8 00 6.00 7,00 10.00 $.vco $8.00 Two squares Three do. 8,00 10,00 12.00 16 00 20.00 V column column 15.00 S...

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. — 8 May 1856

pay into Hie treasury of the county the amount of oil costs and expenses accruing thereon iucase the prayer of said petitioner shall not be granted, or when the proceed ings had in pursuance thereof shall not be finally confirmed and established, and on neglect or refusal of the persona so bound, fipf a liability shall have accrued, the auditor of the county shall deliver such bond to the prosecuting attorney, whose duty it shall m to collect and pay over the same to thetountv treasurer, and in all cases of mutest the court havinu jurisdiction of the case shall have full power to render judgment for costs according to justice between the narl!a 1 Section 23. That the third section of said act be and is hereby so amended as to tead as follows: Section o. mat an petitions for laying out, vacating or altering any county road, or altering or vacating any state road within the county, shall specify the place of beginuing the intermediate mints, if any. and the place of termina tion of sa...

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. — 8 May 1856

LO"LTDElrAfilENf. New School House. The Herald advocates the construction of - ....... e., ,.,,. l it ....... ... l n:..., .u a IICW W.IIUUI JlUll.sc, aim U..V..O .vV good arguments in favor of the project, trust that a building suitable to the wants of our thriving place and honorable to the pub-: lie -spirit of our citizens, will ere long be erected. The difference which a good School would make in the population of the place, as the Herald intimates, would be very con siderable. We know, from experience, that such would be the case, unless, indeed, the people of Vinton are less desirous to edu cate their children than those of other counties. Whether it would be better to proceed forthwith to construct the building or wait until the heavy tax incurred by gra ding, paving and guttering the streets is re moved, is a question for the citizens to de termine on Saturday next at the ballot-box. A vote is to be taken on that day, as we un derstand it, w hether a tax shall or shall not b...

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. — 8 May 1856

Agricultural. Work in the Garden. Eaelt Spring. In tho Middle States, during this month, wo think garden operations, notwithstanding the severe winter wo havo just pasaod through, may bo undertaken as 60on bs the frost is out of tho ground and Boil can bo wrought advantageously. Cabbage Plants in Glasses. Seejthat your gardener raises tho glass es or your hot-beds containing cabbago filants every fair day, to harden and nnro the plants to tho open air, tliu better to prepare them for transplanta tion as soon as tho weather becomes mild and settled enough, which in ordinary seasons is from tho middle to the 20th of the month in tho middle States. Planting out Cabbage Plants. If yon havo been fortnnato enough to cave raised cabbage plants in hot-beds under glass, make your arrangement to manure, dig up and pulverise your beds allotted for their reception as toon as tho weather becomes suffi ciently settled and warm. Recollect that the cabbage is a hearty fueder, and therefore manure t...

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 May 1856

1 u, a.m lx.u i jlm'ki: t all or v. ii itlviii: vimti: oi: i'iihmamox, iiului' VOL. I. M'ARTIIUli. VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MAY f I IVY -A. A. 1 17 Sjjc 311 1 J it Ij ii r piniGdal. IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY PEARCE & SPENCE. ALEX. lXAr.CL. Jt.U.N 1. !.-." I- OFFICE IN MAI.ONI'.'S hi V I L U i N 1 :, FK-Nr flllll.T, M'AjiUH'iI. ; i... TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Cr.c Cpy tic ye ir. in i'lx , , ; ? If ji.i-il iii";. r .-ix m-itls. Mill's -f i..u iuw r' ! - U' I'. 1 '. i Tho riur.i'V liin-t. iuvuri.il'ly nil .ttiy ii C.M-rs tp.m U'IIh. EJ.'""N'i r v i'.'i 1 . l:v..r;;i:.". 1 ii: T.-nrii. i ur i i.M !.i'. -- '- '! i; I'ul.li-'ii-r. W! ii t'. r ; . i i '. . -fcJ u' tl:.: cl. i it t1 : :.r,;t iv . y ii." ., TERMS OF ADVERTISING. '''no ?.;'.i.".v.' (1 i "n; - .. i: i' Eii.h il ii'.i' i.:il in ' T'.MI r'.l'..rS Tlir.-.) K o lu:ii!i W o I'linu All nil'' .1 1: 1 f-.-lu!f in.'r.' '.!::.! '.; M'' ... ..r.v. i r vi. v : tt!nirii liv.. . oiiiv.i.iry ai.,.r .i ; i . fi''S:- ....... I' , i.'i :;uli ...

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. — 22 May 1856

TtlURSty " Demur A- H. BAR[...] A Word to the Democracy of Vinton. But a short time will elapse Wore the de mocracy cf Vinton County will be called on to nominate a ticket for county officers. Knowing nothing of the truth or falsity of the rumors that have reached us in regard to measures which have been taken, even at this early day, towards the formation of such a ticket by certain persons, we have a bit of advice for our friends which we will give in all sincerity, and with the very best feelings for everybody. In a crisis like the present, when our fair Republican fabric seems to be tottering from the assaults of fanatics and impractica ble theorists, when the people of the ter ritories are told that they have no right to regulate their own domestic affairs and are threatened with the old English system of colonization against which our forefathers fought when freedom in the States is sought to be limited by Incident of birth and peculiar religious belief when the de mocracy sho...

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. — 22 May 1856

5Tl4 WWftitr .ripmitfrnt I Subscribers to Newspapers. Wo publi" tli following for the benefit of sub scribers to newspapers :" 1. Subscribers whe do not give notice to the contrary, are eonsldercd at wlahing to continue their subscription. S. If the subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, the publisher nay continue to sendthcra until alt arrearage are paid. 8. If subscribers refuse or neglect to tale their periodicals from the office 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 eent to the former direction, they are held re sponsible. S. The courts have decided that refusing to take papers from the office, or removing and leaving thorn uncalled for, is prima ad evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per Is not taken from the offloo, are required to give the reaso...

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. — 22 May 1856

i F ."W ,: r- Daffliea need ai, or third tfeck. ffoi o'gu(Jw BiIcsUiutiihYuluch takes, to Bunoort them, driven well into the ground, aa tho north-west winds in the fall are liable to blow them over, if not well secured. We will trive an article one of these days upon the cultivation of this moat perfectly formed flower. . In making beds for tho Verbena, let them nave a sout hern exposure, unshaded by trees, Set out a few plants of the more choice Pe tunias. The common white kind is a pest in the gordon, self-sowing, and springing up in thousands, to the detriment ol all oin or flowers. Portulaccas, when sown In a bed by them' elves, and of different varieties, have a ve ry pretty effect. The Nemophilas are also Ohio Farmer. Grape Culture. A communication to the Association from Smiley Shepherd, Esq., on the cultivation of the crane contains the following "Practical experiments have shown that the soil best suited to produce a fruitful vine, and to mature the largest quantity of good...

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. — 29 May 1856

A J A A. . f 7 EO.TJAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEJ(, OP WHATEVER STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR FOIJTICAI-Tlo. Jefferson. YOL. 4. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY; OHIO, MAY 29, 1856. NO. 41. A. 1 R WW II I II I let Slclrtjur gtuwrat. n rUBUSHED EVERT THUBSDAT 'BY PEARCE & SPEIMCE. ilEX. fEiSCE. . JOHN T. 8PESCE. QJTICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, tbokt arsixr, k'abthuh, ooio.- . TEKMS OF PUBLICATION. ' On copy on year, in advauca, $1 .50 If paid after nix mon'.hs, 2,00 Club of Uo new aubroribers tol P. 0. lu,00 ' The money must Invariably accompany the erder from Clubs. E3No paper will be discontinued until all ar rearages are paid up, unlets at the option of the Publisher. When the paper 1b not ordered to be discontin ued at the end of the vear,H will be continued . TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Square (10 lines) Insertions 1.00 Eaoh additional insertion SSe Q vmuwrta at unkitlll 1 1 UWTlia Onesqnare $3 00 . $5 00 IS.OU Two square SOU 8.00 1J.00 Tbreo do. LOO 10,00 1.100 U column " 10.00 15 ...

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. — 29 May 1856

TUUKSDAY, MAY 29, 1856. Democratic Presidential Electors. ftEXATORMt. (LECTORS. "WIILIAM KE.SNON.Jn., of Belmont ALKXAKlEK P. MILLER, of Butler. lt, HTEtDON I. KELLOGG, of Hamilton, 11. 11KNKY F. SF.OAM.of Humllton. SU. DAVID CLAKK, of Montgomery. 4th. ISAAC n. TI10MAS,of Darke, -fith. EDWARD FOSTKIt. of Willitms. -th. MICHAKL H. DAVIS, of Clorraont. 7th. WILLIAM CROS8KN. of Warren. tb. WILLIAM KEKSIINKR of Clark. th. CKORUK E. SENEY.of Scnccn. . loth. LEVIDUKOAN.of JacVwn. 11th. ALFRED MoVKIUII, of FairfloM. ISth. JACOB SLY!!, of Franklin. 13th. JOHN T1FFT, of Huron. 14th. J01IXC. MYERS, of AnlilanJ. 15th. JOSEFII BURNS, of Coshooton. lth. JAM Ed M. GAYLORD.of Mormin. 17tb. BENJAMIN F. SI'RIOGS.of Noble. 13th. ' ALrilOKSO IIART.of Porta. lth. HENRY H. DODGE, of Cuyahofra. JOth. GEORGE G. GILLKTT, of Ashtabula. SUt. GEORGE COOK, of Harrison. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. on jrnoi o tiii pt'PBEus corRT. Ill PL'S I. 1IANAEY. HOARD OT PCBT.IC WORKS. WAYNE UUISWOLD. CbllumrioxtR or covmom sc...

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 May 1856

, ' - ' - , m mv n ii . i VII . A A. I i .. I a .. . . . . . . . A Subscribers to Newspapers. Wa publish the following for the benefit of sub scriber to newspaper : 1. Bubacribere who do not give notice to the eontrary, aro considered aa wishing to continue their subscription. 5. If the subscribers order the discontinuance f their papers, the publisher nay continue to M nd them until all arrearage are paid. 8. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take their periodicals from the otAce to which they are di rected, they are hold responsible until they have iettlcd the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscriber remove to other places with eut Informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to the former 'direction, they are held re sponsible. 6. The courts have dccldod that refusing to tuke papers from the office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, U prima foci evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per is not taken from the off...

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. — 29 May 1856

Agricultural. Fresh Fruit in Sealed Cans. Public attention was very cenerallv call' & to this subject lust year by Arthur, BCBsnjm 01 vo., 01 Philadelphia, mamiloc- Hirers of "Arthur's Patent Self-Seaiinff Cans and Jars," and largo cumbers of fami lies all over the country were, induced to try experiments, not only with Arthur's Cons, lut with a variety of other Cans offered to their notice. Arthur's Can, which is the simplest in construction and the easiest to use, is moreover the only one that we ev?r have seen, with a single exception, that is constructed on right scientific principles. In the exception referred to, the can itself Is in all respects loss desirable, end few would have any hesitation in choosing he - tween them. Arthur's can is entirely open at the top, with a channel around the mouth, filial with cement. It is sealed by heating the lid and pressing it into this cement, which is done in a moment. The cement Is the channel when the can is said. The cans sustain ...

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 June 1856

H Ell vAf ntVtrrfe.i i EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL WEX, OP WIIATEVEU STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL-Vim. Jtfferaon. v.ol. 4. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JUNE 5, 1850 NO. 42. . III ty Stctr tmotrat. IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY PEARCE & SPENCE. ALEX. PEAHCE. JOBS T. SPEHCB. OFFICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, FRONT ITBXKT, ll'AKTDCB, OIIIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. One copy on year, In advance, copy one year, m advance, iOv If paid after tlx months, 3,00 Clubs of ten new subscriber to 1 P. 0. 10,00 The- money must invariably accompany the Ojion from Ulubs. tSNo paper will be discontinued until all ar mraccs are paid up, unlesi at the option of the Publisher. When the paper it not ordered to be tiiscontin- the end of the it will be continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One8qnre (101inea)S insertions Ejh additional insertion SSc S KONTlia 0 MONTHS. 1 XOWTliS. On squaw 13,00 5.00 Two squares 6,00 8,0 Three do. 7,00 10,00 column 10,00 1S.00 V2viln...

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. — 5 June 1856

8je HltHriJur gcnwrat. TUURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1350. Democratic Presidential Electors. MtNATORlAt F.llCTOIt. WLLTAM K KNSON, Ja., of lielmont. . ALEXANDtK P. MILXEB.of BuUcr. 1st, 9d. w. 4th. 4th. ch. Jill. Sth. Sth. Jmh. Jl-h. 1th. 13th. 14th. 1Mb. 3 1th. 37th. Vtli. lath. SO'.h. ilfl. pnr.I.PON I. KELLOGG, of Hamilton. HEXKV F. SEDAM, of Hmuillon. PAVll) CLAliK.of Monuromory. ISAAC H. THOMAS, of Darke. I'D WARD FOSTER, of William. MICHAEL II. DAVIS, of Clermont. WILLIAM CROSSES, of Warren. WILLIAM KKIfSlINER of Clark. GKOKORT. SENEV.of Senoca. LKVI HUNG AN. of Jackwui. ALFRED McVKIUH. of Fail fluid. JACOK SLYU, of Franklin. JOHN T1FFT. of Huron. JOHN 0. MYERS, of Ashland. JOSEPH BUKNS.of Coshocton. JAMES M. OAYI.ORD.of Morean. BENJAMIN F. 81'llIGGS.of blo. ALWOSSO HART, of I'ortajro. HENRY H. DOIHiE. of Qivahofra. OKOIfOE O. GILLETT, of Ashtabula. CEl KGE COOK, of Harrison. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ron iVTtnr. or tut srrHEVF roruT. KVFl'S IN KAXXEY. FPARTi or prune irnwcp. WAYXE CilllSl...

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 June 1856

Sjie IHcStlr gtmotnt. Subscribers to Newspapers. We publish the following for the benefit of sub scribers to newspaper : 1. Subscribers who do not give notice to the contrary, re considered u wishing to continue their subscription. 3. If the subscribers order the discontinuance of thoir papers, the publisher may continue to tend them until all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take their periodicals from the office to w hich they aro di rected, they are held responsible until they havo settled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers romove to other places with out informing the publishers, and tho papers are sent to tho lormor direction, they are held re sponsible. 8. The courts have decided that refusing to take papers from the office, or removing and leaving mem uncalled for, is prima facit evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per is not taken from the ollice, are required to give the reason why ...

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. — 5 June 1856

Agricultural. Wash for Fruit Trees. Numerous washes are recommended free ly in the papers to kill the grubs and insects Which Infest these trees. Washes must Lave some strength, some power to kill, or they are worth nothing for the purpose in tended. We are aware that there is a class of people who would not apply any sub tance that has power enough to kill a louse, for fear that the bark or leaves might change color. We have heard of doctors wfto would administer pills made of bean meal in preference to calomel or mineral matter. Such doctors suit certain classes of patients. But when medicine is really needed, it is more wise to use a kind that will produce an effect. Apple trees are often covered with moss and lice. Will any destroy both without hurting the barkl Yes a wash of ley made from wood ashes, will soon clear any tree of both these evils. Ley made no stron ger than we use it to make soap, that is, strong enough to bear up an egg, will kill all the lice and clear of all t...

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