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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 23 October 1856

The Democratic Platform Adopted at the Cincinnati National at the Cincinnati National Convention. 2tib, Thai flie Amerinn Demoer-iyy i 1. 1..:. t.f ;iK;ni.lli.nM tb rt. their tnut mine intelligence, tM rl-L liolism. and the dracrimioating justice of , . Ul nilillimn pcupic. Kttolved. Thit w rectrd this 11 distme W lea.nr of cor rjolitira! creed whi'.-h we are proud to ma rrita in before the world, it tee great moiaieiemeru i kmhi 6u. la ment spiiirttiug from and op held bT ,h PPU; lar nill'.aod we contrast it with thecrevdaird practice of Federulisni,Timev whatever name or form, which seeks to palsy the wilUf tlie eonstitreat, ami wnicn conreives im mil. Jure too monstrous for thopopwkr creduli- iuokei, Therefore, That eater tainiiiR these itw. the Democratic party of the Onion, through their delegates assembled in 1 general Contention, coming together in t spirit of oncord, of tHsvotion to the doctrines and faith of a fre representative government, and appealing to their follow cit...

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. — 6 November 1856

. ... jg -V 1 tit' ' f EQUAL AXD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF WHATEVER STATE OR FERSUASIOX, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL-Tho$. Jtjjftrson. VOL. 5. M'ARTHUll, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, NOVEMBER 6, 1856. NO. 12. W'fflftltitr 5B) AMr : IK rr The McArthur Democrat. I ?D BUSHED EVERT THURSDAY BY FEARCE & SPE.-SCE. ILEX. FEAHCE. JOHN T. 8PEKCE. OFFICE IN MALOXE'S BUILDING, FRONT ITllKLT, m'aBTIIUB, OHIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. One copy one ycur, In advunco, 1.60 If puiJ uftcr mx months, 2.n0 Clubs of ten now aiilu-cribers tol I. 0. 10.00 Tha money mnat invariably accompany the trdoni from Clubs. tifNo paper wi'l o discontinued until all ar- Uarupas art) paid up, uului at the option of tlio Publisher. When the paper is not ordered to bo diwontin tied at tlio end of the jciif. it will be continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OnoSqimro (10 lineal 3 Ini-crtlons 1.00 Each additional inaortion 2So 8 1IONTII8. tf y ONI II'. 12 MOKTIIR. One tqnare (3.00 6.d0 7,00 10,00 f.VOO 8.00 1000 IS.no 1200 Two aqnurca T...

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. — 6 November 1856

littjrttiir Jrmocrat. THURSDAY,'' NOV. 6, lS5fl. ELK TOWNSHIP REDEEMED! CHAPMAN, CROW! T In clironiclins the result In this township, ' we fnu't help Iml brirjr out the moster. 1. . E k was never k-i.iwn "wubin the ninnory of ihe oldest inhabitant," in jjiw u II mo- cratic majority but once b fore. Tlu oppo - siuon, tit nit? o ute election, ti -il a majority of 5 on Supreme Judges. The Democratic majority for Burlcimin i twv h'y-six ! b-ing OF THIRTY-ONE ! Huzza for ' Elk ! May she hereafter su-tain the good charactrr acquired on the -Hh inst. Three Thundering Cheers for Clinton! Clinton Township, which gave us but fif ty of n mnjo ily at the Stut tie tien, now gives B K'hanan a majority of serenfy-srvtii , a GAIN OF TWENTY-SEVEN ! Well done for the Democracy of Clinton ! May their -Ividow-i never tro.v loss ! J Vinton Township. Three more Chars and aTiijtf" for Yin Ion ! Vinton township, our innj-'rlly in which nt the State election w. s thirty-six. rolls up SIXTY-SIX lor nuelriimi...

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. — 6 November 1856

The McArthur Democrat. Subscribers to Newspapers. publish following for the scribers to newspura: 1. Subscriber who do not five nvtio to tlio ontrary. are considered aa wlnhing to t.utinuo 'sir subscription. I. If the subscribers order the disc Minimnee f their papers, the publisher may continue lo sand them until all arrearages nro paid. I. If subscribers refuse or neglect to tuko their periodical from tho office to hich they ure di rected, thoy tiro held rCKmn!hIe iimil tin y have settled the bill aud oidotfd tliem disci ntii.niil. 4. If subscribers remove to ntlior pluces itl cutiniorming mo puniisitcrs. aim me puis r are M . II., i . , sent to tlio former direction, they uro held re sponsible. . 6. The ennrts have decided that refusing tn take pBern from the plllco. or removing und 1, living them uncalled for, istrimi Juiit evidence i f in- tentionul frun.l. Postmasters who notify a publisher that Mi ps- per Ik not taken from the office, uru required to give tho 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. — 6 November 1856

Agricultural. Hints for the Season. Put no in your Vheaifit!dt this lull. ih& .weather lias been so dry and cold thus far since wheat was sown, that it growth has been very slender. It will neeJ all the strength it ran secure, to make a good growth, the rest of tlw Autumn, and to lie ready for spring growth after tho winter has passed. 2. Be careful about Fires. A few days ince, wo wero riding on a railroad by night. We pnssil through a forest on fire. It was a mugnif.cent sight, but it was a terrible one too. Large masses of valuable timber was in a hlu.r. Any one of nmny tall trees might hare fallen across the track, ond per iled the lives of hundreds of persons. Tho loss of property and the risk to human life, it would not be easy to compute. We saw n Winen trying to fight this fire. It was ' like an infant's lifting its hand against a tor Mado. Again we say be careful about fires. There has been no time since the great drought of 185-1. when everything ws more ready to take ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 13 November 1856

1 f ; T If If, EQUAL AND EX41T JUSTICE TO ALL WEN. OF WHATEVER STATE OB FEIISUASIOX, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL TVm. Jefferson. VOL. 5. M'ARTHUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, NOVEMBER 13, 1856. NO. 13. 10 ' HA AM 0 fk c lir mm The McArthur Democrat. nXBUSHID EVEHT THUBID..Y BI PEAIICE & SrESCE. ALEX. FEABCE. JOHN T. SFEHCE. OFFICE IN M ALONE'S BUILDING, F80KT STREET M'aRTHCB, OHIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. One copy one yeur. In advauc, fl-60 If paid nfmrnix mon:h, 8"0 " Club of ton new nilwrlbers tol P. 0. 10,00 ' Tlio money must Invariably accompany tie orders frilui Clubs. tif"No paper will be dioeontlnued until ell ar i jam?e re jrnid up, unlets at the option of the .Publisher. When the paper is not ordured to be dn-contln-ned it the end of the year. It will be continued. TERMS OF ADVEKTISIIVG. -One Square (10 lineup I lieriloD-- -11.00 .Each additional Insertion 8V 8 MONTH!. $ MOH'n. II MONTHS. One eauare 3.00 6.00 T.OO 5 00 fj.no .Two squares Three do. 8.00 10.00 moo hoo 15 00 SO 00 80.00...

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. — 13 November 1856

C(;e Bl$rtjur Stmocraf. T D DES D A Y,' NOV. 13, 1S56. VICTORY PERCHES ON OUR BANNER!! The Union and the Constitution Preserved! DISUNION AND SECTIONALISM REBUKED!! JAMES BUCHANAN IS ELECTED PRESIDENT, AND JOHN C, BRECKINRIDGE VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES!!! Ten Thousand Guns for the Democracy of the Union!!!! With feelings of intenso gratifica tion we announce tho result of the Presidential contest. Of tho States already heard from, tho Democracy Lave carried a sufficient nimihcr to in eure the election of their candidate by a largo majority over both Fremont And Fillmore. We give tho fignies in another column. It will he seen that every Southern State save Mary land has given its electoral vote for Bcchanan, and that Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Indiana and Illinois are all right for the Democracy. Fremont has carried all the New England States, New York, Ohio, Michigan and probably Iowa and Wisconsin making in all eleven States, with an electoral voto of 114. Buchanan has car...

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. — 13 November 1856

The McArthur Democrat. Subscribers to Newspapers. VTt publish the following for the benefit of sub scribers to newspapers : 1. Subscriber who do not give notice to the ontrsry re considered ss wishing to continue eir subscription. 5. If the subscribers order the discontinuance ef their papers, the publisher raoy continue to Mod them until h arrearugessre puid. t. If asbecrlbers refuse or neglect to take 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 sent to the former direction, they arc held re sponsible. 6. The courts have decided that refusing to tuko papers from the offlco, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, Is prima facit evidenco of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per is not taken from tho office, are 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. — 13 November 1856

Agricultural. Hints for the Season, to be Locked after now. jour Btablcs. Let them ta warm enrmrl) to make your stock comforta ble. Let them be well lighted. An imals accustomed, as man is, to the lifcbt of day, should not be doomed to stand in dark dungeons. This is a punishment reserved for felons among men only, and then lor those alone of the most hardened class. Let your stables bo well ventillated too. The health of the animals will be greatly improved by this operation. See, too, that your etablos are dry and on dry ground. Let no stagnant water be standing near, (except what yon may be using in the making of manure,) to stand near your stable, especially do not allow this under then). See that all the animals in your stables have comfortable places to stand and to lie down. Let their beds be clean and dry, and let them be as soft and warm as you can afford. iiut at au events do not compel them to lie down in their own tilth from day to day. This is both a sin and a shame. II...

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. — 20 November 1856

Ik 9 IIH rill . EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL .HEX, OF WIIATEVEK STATE flit PEUSVAMON. KELIGIOl'S OIS POLITICAL. TAoi jcfewon. . '.' (t . .... i v V ....,. j f VOL.5. M'ARTIlUli, YINTON COUNTY, OHIO, NOVEMBER 20, 1856. NOli The McArthur Democrat. PUBLISHED ETIRV 1HU1.8DAY BT FEAKCE & SPENCE. ALIX. MAKCE. JOtlV T. SPERCE. OFFICE IN tfALOSE'8 BUILDING, FRONT ITIIbkT, M'aKTHCR, OHIO. TERMS OF IMPLICATION. One cony ono year, in advunco, ii.r.n Lttt-iowTwXr. toi P. o. ' ao.00 Tii money musl invariably accompany the filorti from from ciub. No rapor will bo diKcontinucd until nil nr-1 a ara i.uid up, Uulcaa at the option of the truge am j.uid up rublislicr. When tho paper la not ordered to bo dircontin. mil at the end of tho year, It will ho continued. TERMS OF ADYEItTISIMG. One Square (10 lines') 3 tnfertiona 1.0O Each -o--iV Oneiauare 3,00 fsoo s.m Two qn area Roo 8.no J? ? Three do. 7.UO lu.uu m.u" i column 10,00 is.oo 20 00 ciliimn .1500 2000 f'00, half more than the above rate. A...

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. — 20 November 1856

THE DEMOCRAT. PEARCE A 8PENCE, Editors. McARTOUR: TnUBSDAY, NOV. SO, 1936. The Progressive Party. It is not a little singular a par ty which favors the centralization of power in Congress in accordance with the old Federal doctrines, and in vio lation of the spirit and genius of our institutions, clrould be held Hp by its leaders as the party of "progression." The sectional doctrines taught by Ru fus King and the avowed Federalists of his day have beon dugout of the musty oblivion to which the peoplo consigned them half a 'century ago, and adopted by a set of demagogues who announce them with a flourish of trumpets as something new and "pro gressive!" The Federalists declared that it was dangerous to trust so much power in the hands of the peojjje. Jefferson, Madison and theprogres aive party, said "Iso; it is petectly safe." The Republicans of the pres ent day declare that the people ought not to be allowed the privilege of choo sing their own institutions in the ter ritories, beca...

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. — 20 November 1856

The McArthur Democrat. Subscribers to Newspapers. We pobliab. tha following for the benefit of robcribera to newspapers : 1. Subscribe who do not give notice to the ontrary, are considered a wishing to conUnue . leir subscription. j. If the subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, the publisher may continue to end them until all trrearagea are paid. S. If sabscribere refuse or neglect to take their periodicals from the office to which they arc- di rected, they are held responsible until tliey hare settled the bill and ordered them 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 sponsible. t. The courts have decided that refusing to take papers from the office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, Is prima fact evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per Is not tuken from the offlceare 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. — 20 November 1856

Agricultural. Hints for the Season. Set your house in order have all leal9 8topH.'d, tlio roof made tight, and culler banked no and made tiro- proof. Let the hums also be made tight. Cattle wintered in a good warm barn, cat less than those ex- posed to the influence ot the weather, JJring water into your yards, if possi-1 lie. There is a preat loss of time in driving stock half a mile to water in the winter. Stoke- Hoots. This should to at-1 tended to immuliately. Severe frost injures the keeping quality ufnmst; root. Harvest in dry weather. Ke-'t)io movo all dirt and dead leaves, juit them nj in narrow tins to prevent heating. Keep potatots iVoiti frost, and light. White Held turnips will continue to grow until frozen in the' ground, but will not keep well after-' wimls. Uoets are injured oy irost ue - low 25 degrees. The late fall rains cause a second growth of roots an1! change A portion of saccharine matter to woody iibre. A root room adjoin- ing tlio barn is best, and should by...

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 November 1856

. ; i i 1 EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL IHEN OF WHATEVER STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL. Thot. Jtftrum. M'ARTHUE, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, NOVEMBER 27i 1856. NO. 15. ' .TV'V VOL. 5. Til A M l (flv 111 un r - .: The McArthur Democrat. rUBLISHED EVRTTEUB8DAT BT PEARCE & SPEIVCE. ALtX. PIABCE. JOHW T. SPERCE. OFFICE IN M ALONE'S BUILDING, FRONT 1TREIT, M'aBTUUR, OnlO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. On copy one year, in advance, 11,50 1 f paid after hi months, 4 ,00 Clnba of ten new aubtcribere tol P. 0. 10,00 The money mutt invariably uccompany the orders from Club. tSTNo paper will be dlwcontinned nntll all ar x.mgei are paid ap, onleaa at the option of the Publisher. .. . , When the paper U not ordered to be dincontin aed at the end of the year, it will be continued, i TEItMS OF ADVEIITISING. On Square (lOlinealS inwrtiona 11.00 Each additional insertion S5c 8 MONTHS. ( MOMTHS. IS MONTHS. On tanara 3.00 $5,00 $3.00 8,00 12,00 10,00 . 1S.00 16,00 20,00 80,00 80,00 Two square Thre...

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. — 27 November 1856

THE DEMOCRAT. rEAKCE & SPENCE, Editors.- MoARTUUR: TI1VRSDAT, OV. 27, 1850. The Wish Father to the Thought. The opposition, we lenrn, are very much exercised in regard to a story aet afloat by tho " Sfttahic Press," to the effect that Air. Buchanan is in fa vor of making Kansas a FreoStnto and that, therefore, the electors of the slave-holding States will vote for Mr. Ftllniore. If the first part of ibis story be true, aud we doubt not that it is, how does it tally with the declarations made by the Republicans during the heat of tho contest I r Tlien tho peo- pie were to to. 'humbugged, and then Mr. Buchanan . was the " pro-slavery candidate a man who was " pledged to do tho bidding of his Southern mas ters ; " a " slavery cxtensionist ; " the ' standard-bearer of the slayeocracy," &c, &o.' 2fowy when tho possibility of his defeat presents itself by confess ing the truth, thej 'admit that they lied and declare that Mr. Buchanan, like almost every northern Democrat", is i...

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. — 27 November 1856

The McArthur Democrat. Subscribers to Newspapers. t publish the following for the benefit of sub scribers to newspapers : I. Subscriber, who do not give notice to the ontrary, are considered m wishing to eonlinaa .elr subscription. ' ; i. If the subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, the publisher nay eontlMe to end them until all arrearages ere paid. ; I. If bacribera refuse or neglect to take their psricilcala from the offlcoto which imj iettled the bill and ordered them diwontlnued. 4. If eubribere remove to other places with- oot informing tb publisher, and the papers aro to the former direction, they art held re-1 sponsible, 8. Tbo courts have decided that refuslnc to toko paperafromtho office, or removing and leaving) them ancalled for, Itpnm Jaeu evidence or In Motional rrsna. Postmasters who notify a publisher thathis pa per ia not taken from too otllee, are required to give the reason why they are not taken out. Sm Pott OfHc4 Jnttruetinnt and Late: LOCAL DEPA...

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. — 27 November 1856

Agricultural. Hints for the Season. I. Tliero arc somo nnsiglitlj spots in mo roan near your nouao. urain them ; fill them np with hard earth, stones, orbrnsh. Yon maj thns have a good road in the- winter otherwise you will havo k series of mud-holes. II. Ilaro yon drawn a good supply of manure, mixed with old limo, iuto yonr orchard, and dug it carefully in under your applo trees ! If not, and there is time, do so now, and you will not bo sorry two years to come. JIL Have you prepared a fine dry place in yonr cellar, or some chamber, for jour winter fruit I If you livo iu Ohio, or in the West, yon have not, Drobablv. H. Prflfll: Snnnlir Vnn mwH . 4 1 non ir.nir.oa nil !, A. A. nse, remove all the decayed ix tions. and be sure and kill the worms. If not, they will creep into somo retreat, live throngh the winter, and come next spring in the shape of millers, to lay eggs in the young apple, and bo me parents oi mumtnaoa ot apple worms another year. IV. Soe that your cellar-drain is i...

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. — 4 December 1856

f )rm :iiiT r: I :!. i:UAL AXD EXACT JUSTICE" TO ALL lUElY, OF WHATEVER STATE Oil PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL, Thos. Jefferson, VOL. 5. M'AimiUli, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, DECEMBER 4, 1850. . Na ie:f .' !.. . I ' The McArthur Democrat. PUBLISHED EVERY THUKSDAY BY ; TEARCE & SPECE. ALEX. PEABCE. : JOIfX T. KFF.NCE. OFf ICE IN MALONE'S JJUJLUIKG, JHONT STREtT, u'akTUCH, OHIO.. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. One copy on year, in ailviiucu, fliSO &Xr.:r" The money must invariably, accompwiy tlioi . Ofilunt from Clubs. '.li.ra tVrtm 'Itlha. ' tf"No pnpr will be discontinued until nil nr- Waraeen are mid up, unless at tho option of the rumiBiior. Wheu the paper is no ordorcd to he discontin ued at tho end of the year, it will bo coiiLiuucd. TERMS OF ADVERTISIXG. . One Square (10 linen) S intfcrtioni" -11,00 Each additional insertiou Sic 8 MONTHS, t MONTIIH. It MONTH One square 3,00 6,00 7,00 500 8.1V) 10.00 1S.U0 5,U0 ' ie.00 1 15,00 i 2',00 j Two squares Three do. X column. W column 10...

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. — 4 December 1856

THE DEMOCRAT. PEARCE & BPENCE, Editor.. McARTIIUR: THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1. The Slave Trade. The Black Republican journals havo worked themselves into an uncom- frtablo wiggle about what they call 44 threatened re-opening of the slave trndo.bv tho DLmocrats." There is J ... ... ,, nljWoftheop one montu ago bus huiui- uuumi . ., , Kansas, which has not rung tho chan-! ,. .. tir i i gt-8 on this subject, no knew that the Republican party was kept togeth er by tho Kansas humbug and tho! hope of public plunder, and were some what puzzled to know what !'-0 'leaders would invent to BijsUin it Jn its WCak- ftess -Nvliat60rt of a potion thev would . ' administer to keep its corrupt carcass alive-since pcaco has been restored j v l.. i demned them to hunger and thirst af ter treasury pap for at least another four years. Fortunately for them, two or three fire-taring papers of the South, that for years havo been doing their utmost to keep alive tho sectional feeling there, (just as tho N. Y....

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 December 1856

The McArthur Democrat. Subscribers to Newspapers. W publish the following for the benefltof aub acrlber to newspapers 1. 8ubscribor who do not gka notlco to the eontrry, r considered M wishing to continue '.ir subscription. t. If th subscriber ordor tho discontinuance f their papers, th publisher risy continue to Mod them nntil all arrearages aro.puid. $. If eabscribora refuse or neglect to take their Mrlodlcala from the office to which they ere di rected, they ere held responsible until they have i tattled the bill end ordered them discontinued. 4. If aubscribera remove to other place with out Informing the publisher, end the paper are cent to the former direction, they are held re BDonnibla. 6. The courts have decided that refusing to tako paper from the otHce, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is Tim a facit evidence of In tentional fraud. Postmaster who notify a publisher that his pa per la not taken from the office, era required to give the reason why thev are not take...

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