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

Agricultural. Manures for Wheat. ': . . TI1C8Q must bo to meet the condition of tlio Soil. m. Where ground is cold and wet, and consequently con- (ains decayed vegetable- matter, alka- I?.. 1 1 Iltia, BUCIl Ua new blillKL-u mm., vi nil- leaclicU nslies, aro mghly yaliiHbkv-T-,Luat In soils not ubo'uridiug already in the! Bobhate of iron and sulphuric acid in some, riaster of rang is nn excellent fertilizer, as it so to'epeak catches anion ia iroin tho air ana irom rain water, and thus supplies wheut with one of its host etitnulents.' Darn-yard of all kinds are always good. We recommend less rotting or com- posting than is usnally .practiced,; let!" the luantuuevin tovtho long straw, bo kept Iron) (ernieiitiug, and gcjt it un-; der the-surface, where- It will, Without j Hiil, decay gradually- and funiieh jast the . nourishment needed. If thW is, done that will not be' a waste' of the greater part of the best elements which are usually lost in tho rottih process. C16ver plowed 'under ...

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. — 1 January 1857

III 4 M Jl A4w h 1 I ' 5, a". 91 a :j Ai G 4! 2 EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL ME, OF WHATEVER STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL. Thot. Jefferson. VOL 5. M'ARTIIUlt, VINTON COUNTY' OHIO, JANUARY 1, 1857. NO. 20. i mtR r The McArthur Democrat. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY PEARCE & SPENCE. AlIX. KASCI. JOHN T. 87ERCB. OiriCE IN MALONE'8 BUILDING, VBOMT ITIIIT, M'ABTHl', OniO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. An AnvAniVtar t ft1 VUnOA. Al .50 If paid after tlx months, 8,00 Club of Usn new subscribers to 1 P. 0. 10,00 The money most invariably eocompeny the roars irora iiiuus. fr-92n will Yt AlmMrnneA nntil all ftT i.trges are paid up, nnlcss at the option of the ruousner. When the paper is not ordered to be diacontm md at the end of the year, it will be continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Square (10 lines) insertions $1,00 ach additional insertion 2Sc 8 MONTH!. MONTni. IX MONTHS On innin t3.00 $.1,00 ts.oo Two square Three do. V oolnmn- 5,00 7,00 10,00 8,00 10,00 16,00 12,00 16,00 2...

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 January 1857

TIE DEMOCRAT. PEAF.CE & SPENCE, Editors. JIcARTIlUli: : t'ltSDAY, JAMrAIS 1,1857. [...] Slave-Trade in Congress. a nicnilx'ra cf tlio Tlonso wore. f astonished, a short time since, i Mr. Ettrulge; of Tcnnessde, of- vivnl of the African Slave Trade 11 ( 1 . t ' . .1 1 timents of the enlightened portion of rnaukind, and that any action on the port of Congress conniving at or le galizing that horrid and inhuman traf fic, would justly subject the govern ment and citizens of the United States to tho reproach and execration of all civilized and christian people, through out the world." This resolution va3 put in harsh and uncalled for language on pnrposo to force certain members into a falso position, but its object failed. Aftcrvain appeals to tho mover to modify his resolution it passed by a rote ofl52 ayes to 57 nays. Mr. Orr, of South Carolina, who Lad voted in tho negative, then asked and obtained consent to offer tho fol lowing resolution : RcsjheJ, That it ia inexpedient, unwis...

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 January 1857

The McArthur Democrat. Subscribe for the Democrat! MAKE US A NEW YEAR'S PRESENT. MAKE US A NEW YEAR'S PRESENT. Let every Subscriber Send us an additional Subscriber. - Such a present .wouM bo Letter thart tfianv turkeys ! Tho Democrat i..pnlj. 1,50 a year. No post-1 age ia charged to subscribers- in tho . , , ; AociDEirr. A few days ago a Ger manat Vinton Furnace named Phillips Shawl, in attempting to carry a log of v6od,8lipped and fell with his forehead on Boriio ice,' tho weight of tho log coming with a crushing forco' upon ! the back part of Iii3 head. II13' skull was iraciureu bcveruiy, uuu . it, ia thought that ho will not recover. f iCT'Duringa recent visit to Chilli ! cotho, oiir opinion of tho Clinton IIocse, as heretofore expressed, wa3 confirmed. ' Under tho proprietorship, and management of Mr. liobinson, it has becqmetjjQted for ita excellent ac- commodations. With its large, well furnished rooms, its altcntivo ecr vants find its unoxeeptionablo provisions for the innor...

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 January 1857

Mammoth Arrangement ! T11E CITIZENS OFM'ARTHUR and surrounding country are hereby noti fied that arrangements have been completed with th rHILADKlMlA, WILMUtSTOM BALTMOBS, ALTIMOBB OHIO, CBKTBAL 0810, CINCINNATI, WILHINOTON lANISVIllS, MAB1ITTA AND CINCINNATI, AND SCIOTO AND H0CXIN0 VALLBT RAILROADS f 01 TBI TBANITOBTATION OT MBCHANDIKI, TSC SttCI AND LIVB ITOCK TO AND IBOM TUI IAITIBN C1TIM, it greatly reduced rate and in lee time than baa been known heretofore. Morchanta and shippers may rely on the safcand epeody donveryoi tneirgooaa. IjyPASSENGEKS are also notified, going to or rutuniing from the cant, that close connections are now mad on the above roads.so there will be but little delay and very few changes of cure. TRAVELING TIME. From Portsmouth to ZanesvillelS hours. From Portsmouth to Wheeling 14 houra. From Portsmouth to Baltimore 82 houra. From Portsmouth to Philadelphia 85J hours. 13?" Fare lower than by any other route. t-Tlcketa aold at the Depot and at the Poet Offic...

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. — 15 January 1857

r t f - .. t a rnrr 1 ; . EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE, TO ALL WEX, OP WHATEVER STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL-Tkoi. Jtfferm. i i VOL. 5. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JANUARY 15, 1857. NO. 22.' muw The McArthur Democrat. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY PEARCE & SPENCE. ALIX. MARCE. ' . JOHS 1. SPEHCE. Off ICE IN MALONE'8 BUILDING, ' ' fBOKT ST1EET, M'aETHU. OHIO .' . TERMS OF PUBLICATION. One copy one year, In advance, . . $1,50 ' . If paid after six mon'.hs, - - 2,00 , CluU of ten new subscribers tol P. O. 10,00 ..- The, money must invariably accompany the . runr irura viuos. T taKo Diwmlll b4, coid until all tr. rea are paid up, unlets at, the option of the i uuuMuor . -f 1 When the paper Is not ordered to be diwonriu .S4d st the end of the year, it will be continued. ... TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ; One Square (10 line) 8 Insertions,. tl,00 Xaoa additional insertion-'".. ........ 25c I t MONTRS. 0 MOUTH I. 11 MONTHS, One square 8,00 .,$5,00. $3,00 Two squares .' , 6,00 . ! '...

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. — 15 January 1857

THE DEMOCRAT. FKARCE & SPENCE, Editors. Mc ARTHUR:' THURSDAY, JANITAIW 15, MT. Congressional. Tlio holidays being over and any amount of speechifying having been expended npon" the, President's Mes sage, both houses have- gono to work ineornest at tho real business of tho session. Mr. Bright, tho Yico Presi dent, being absent, the Senate- elected Mr. Mason to preside over its tlclibo- j rations. The election casoofScna-i tor Harlan, of Iowa, has recently oc cupied good portion of tho time in the Sonata. Several tariff bills have been introduced, and any number of schemes are- on foot in the "third Qiouso" -tho lobby to dip deep into the overflowing Treasury. Presi dent Pierce ha3 rendered good scrvico to the country by vetoing such schemes, and it is to be hoped that bo will con tinue to do so to the end of his ad ministration. A bill to reward per ons for services performed by their ancestors in tho Revolution, if passed, will put in tho hands of speculators, who have bought up...

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. — 15 January 1857

The McArthur Democrat. Subscribers to Newspapers. ",' We publish th6 following for tbo benefit scribers to newspaper : . j 1. Subscriber who do not gi" notfco to tho eontrary, are considered m wishing to continuo "ieir.subscrlption'. i. If thesubicriboni ordor tbe diieontlnonnce Of their papers, tho publisher rsa continue to 'eeodthemuntUaUaiTcaragesarepiijd. ' ' 8. If subscribcra refuse orneglictto take their -periodical from the ollioe to which they are di teoteaVtbey ra held responsible until tl7 havo settled th bill md ordered them dWontinned. -I aubocribar remove toother plates ith wqt lBarming the publishers, nd tho paper ire sent to- tho forme direction, they are hold r- 5. The court have decided that refusing to take papers from the offlco, or removing and leaving ,them uncalled for, U jn-imo facts evidence of in Untional fraud. , Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per it not taken from the oHico, are required to rive the reason why they am not taken out. & T...

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. — 15 January 1857

Agricultural. Breed for Different Purposes. As people becomo more nntnerons, iknd tie country thereby more crowd ed, they .very naturally divide the laws of lifo more among themselves. One man does not find it necessary to prac tice too many kinds of labor. The different tranches of any one trade venj becomes divided so that eadi .division of it becomes almost a sepa rate calling. So in agricultural pur buits it is becoming profitable, if not rjecessArt, for our .farmers to look to the peculiar qualifications or adapted ress of different breeds of cattle, to the different uses to which they are to .be pat.-, Thus, if you want to raise beef prin- cipally, and nothing else it will bo advantageous to obtain a breed of cut tle possessing far different points and characteristics from one that is to be used only for the dairy purposes. The easy and abundant secretion of Tat and the secretion of milk, require a very different set of organs and a .very difleront conformation of body. Our be...

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 January 1857

31 i i - . . Ill 7 d 114 iT IN H'Nl'lT: If 1 r It's " I V 1 I 111 2 -V1 3:'L ST EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEJf, OF WIIATEVEU STATE Oil PEIlSUASIOff, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL. Thos. Jefferson. VOL. 5. M'AHTHUli, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JANUAHY 22, 1857. NO. 23. i 7l I "A AN.v mil The McArthur Democrat. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY PEARCE & SPENCE. ALEX. FEARCE. JOHN T. 8FENCE. OFFICE IN M ALONE'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET, ll'AKTnl'R, OHIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. One copy ono year, In advance, fl,50 . If paid after nx months, ,00 Clubs of tun now subscribe to 1 P. O. 10,00 The money must invariably accompany tbe rrion from Clubs. t&No paper will be discontinued until all ar Wurugcs are puid up, unices at the option of tbe Publisher. . 'W hen the paper is cot ordered to be dlscontln ed at the end of the year, it will be continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OneSqnare (10 lines) 8 Insertions $1,00 Each additional insortion 25c 8 MONTHS. 6 KONTIIS. 12 MONTHS. Onesqunra 3,00 $5-00 3,00 Two...

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 January 1857

THE DE Jr6 CR AT. PEAtttE & 8 PENCE, Editors. McARTIlUR: THURSDAY, JANUAItY 2, Sectionalism---the Sugar Duties. During tho recent campaign the j Black Republicans or u lamo pro- of them, at least-were loud in their denunciations against the i Democrats because they insisted that tko former were scctionalists. Re-jfow publican speakers declared that their j party was purely and truly a national ' ii..i i .1: 1 .!..:,-.. . one inui nicy uiu iivi utsimi iu mo-1 turb slavery where it existed by law, t but on the contrary would uphold the rights and interests of the South as well as of tho North. They professed that they wero not warring against Hie Southern States, and acknowlcdg- iuui iiiwo o nuts nuu eqiuii rignia . in tho General Government with oth-1 er States. These assertions were made boldly, notwithstanding the course of tho Republican leaders and the general tono of their press stamp- od them as untrue. Tho simple fact, j indeed, that tho party was based up- j on the anti-s...

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 January 1857

The McArthur Democrat. Subscribers to Newspapers. Wa publish the fullowingfur the benefit of sub scribers to newspapers : 1. Subscribers wbo do not give notice to tbe contrary, are considered aa wishing to continue l.eir subscription. S. If the subscribers order the discontinnance of their papers, the publisher may continue to end them until ah arrearages are paid. 8. If sabscribers refuso 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 thcra discontinued. 4. If subscribers rcmovo to other places with out Informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to the forraor direction, tlicy sro held re sponsible. 8. The courts h ivo decided that refusing to tuko papers from tlio office, or removing and leaving mem nncauen ior, is jmmu jane e lucuco ui in tentional frund. Prutmnsfpr who notify a Publisher that his Da tr is not tiilten from the oiKco. are required to give tho 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. — 22 January 1857

Agricultural. T - r Value of the Corn Crop. Recent investigations hIiow that tho Indian corn crop of tho United States is of more value than any other agri cultural production, not even except ing cotton. The culture of corn has wonderfully increased of lato years its ratio of'increnso being far greater than any other product. From 1S39 to lS4t), as per census returns, tho in crease was fifty-eight per cent. Wool is tho next highest, its increaso being fifty per cent.; cotton twenty-four; oats, twenty, and wheat, sixteen. Tho cot Ion crop of 1S51 was 027,000,000 of pounds, valued at $112,000,000, while the corn crop of 1S50 was 592,000,000 of bushels, which, at the lowost pos sible price at which it can bo estima ted, is of far creator valuo than the cotton crop. Wo havo tho best soil and climate extending over nearly thirty degrocs of latitndo in tho world for corn. We can raiso moro bushels per aero, nnd of a better quality, than can be dono in any other country. 1 armors, plant c...

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 January 1857

My I in ' in .T, & A ' EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEX, OF WHATEVER STATE OK FERSUASIOX, RELIGIOUS OK TOlATlCITliOS. Jefferton. r ' . - ; L : SlcSttJttr gcmacrat. fOBUSBED EVERY THUESDAT BT f FEARCE & Sl'EXCE. AlIX. FIARCE. JOIIlf T. SrEKCE. OFFICE IN MAIONE'S BUILDING, MONT STBEET, u'ARTnt'I, OB 10. TERMS OF .PUBLICATION. On copy one year, In advance, If paid after mi mon'.nii, Club of tan new subscribe to! F. O. 2,00 10,00 The money mutt invariably accompany the Orders from Clubs. , a r.sf-No naner wl l be diKcoutinucd own an ar- laaragei are isld uj, unloea at the option If tbe ruoiisner. When the papor ia not onli'rcd to be diontin- B1 at the end ol tho year, it will oo i-onuniitu , TERMS OF ARVLKT1S1NO. One Square (10 linc8 iutorlicii fl.00 Each additional Insc-rth'ti 8 iioktii. 6 awns. 12 Vuniiis. Oniqnr . 3.tft) S 00 ts.no Two squares 8 CO 8.00 la 00 Three do. 7.00 10 00 IS 00 Veolnmn 10.HO 1.VC0 SO im C column 15.00 SO 00 SO 0O All rule and fteuro work will be cha...

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 January 1857

Till? DKMOCKAT.I,. v - ------- . ... -1c,Urmr T , "T V Hti J 1WAUY . '51. Corruptions. irr Cj ;a tl.c Lis- v'fwy.-vwra: the press jc j. ?.x rvr.:r.;, i: : jsst tow. ?,iu'.,rivr.2i:r.,wrrBp.lprjee : a; Vx.:.:r:.T, sinee the res- v.r.;-.-s "v-;-.i, w!:o:i fu!!v de- c.v, : f.sot can be obtained wo orrd have no doubt, Lvk vi.jo cvi.r.: sense of the I: is k-areJ, howev er, li.st t!v nn.'i.k r cf persons ini pC;v"j.:c.i issrhirje.aiid their influence jrrf t, t!iat a great part of tho truth may be suppressed. Witnesses may bo bribed to hold their tongues or leave the country, and other mean3 employed to defeat tho object of the investigation instituted; yet, that there have been disreputable bargains and tales, no one familiar w'ifh tho, histo ry f the present Congr:53 will pre sume to deny. Tho election of Banks ns Speaker of tho llonso was evident ly consummated by a privato under stauding in regard to ulterior measures. The same- may bo 6aid of tho election of Printer for tho House. In ...

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 January 1857

6t SJcM" Snwmt Subscribers to Newspapers. W publiah the following fur the benefit of sub acrlbers to newspapers : 1. Subscriber who JTnot glva ootlc to the aontrary, art considered aa' wishing to cuutinuo : iali subscription. I. If the subscribers order the discontinuance ef their papers, the publisher nay conUuue to and them uutil all arrearages are paid. I. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take their periodicals horn the office to which they are di rected, they are hold responsible nntil they have settled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with out Informing the publishers, and the par are sent to the former direction, they are held re sponsible. 5. The courts have decided thatrcfusir'gto tul;o f apers from the ofllco, or removing and leaving hem uncalled for, in prima fan evidcueo of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that hi ne per la net taken from the oliioe. are required to See See Post Office Instructions a...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 January 1857

Agricultural. Cranberry Culture. The soil mo6t suitable for the growth of cranberries, is low, wet, marshy ground, on sanJy or light substratum. Tliey also p well on mnck or any poor swampy land, where nothing else will grow they grow naturally on watery bogs or marsliee- on tho border of streams and ditcheff, and by drain' ing wet land, and then taking off tho top of tho ground to remove the wild grass or vegctablo matter, and carry o the mannro heap, then carton beach or other sand to tho depths of two or thrco inches, to level the ground end prevent grass and weeds from choking tho vines, and to keep the grounif loose around tho plant. They bear abundantly on marshes covered with conrso sand, entirely destitute of organic matter of any kind, but ac ccBsiblo to moisture on pnro peat covered with sand on every variety of . boh except clay, liaLIa to take or be corao hard iu ory weather, on soil that canto worked with a plow or harrow it can be prepared as yon would do it for planti...

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 February 1857

w ti I. ;. 'nil la I . 1 J, .-. r . . . ; . - - j AA A. .AwJ A.. A C'-f-7 hi hi ti iei g i-i i 'i ! : ! li. ( I i .' ' - . . --rrr-r-irr--r3r-a-ritr-i3't,-:if EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALE WEIY, OF WIIATEVEB STATE OR PEIISUASION, RELIGIOUS OB POLITICAL-The. Jerton. , i m Hi i lit iv i , ri 1 ' i .. i ; i . , . ib i 111,11 ; VOL. 5. M'AHTHUB, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, FEDRUAHY 5, 1857, IMrihr gtmotrat. f UBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BY PEAItCE & SPE.CE. AlEX. FEARCE. ' JOHS T. 8PEKCE. OtfJFICK IN MALOXE'S BUILDING, NtONT ITIttIT, M'AnTDin, OHIO. TERMS OF rl BUCATlON. One copy one year, In advance, tUO If paid after ix months, Club of tn new subscribers to 1 P. 0. 10,00 Tho money must tnvariubly accompany tuo crders from Clubs. .... . fT Ko paper will be discontinued until all ar Waraires are paid up, unices at the option of the ' Publisher. , . V.Tlion tkopapwrUnoiorilerffltoM dijcontin d t the end oi' the year, it will be continued. TEK.M9 OF ADVERTISING. OneBqnaro (10 Vint) Insertion -t...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 5 February 1857

THE DEMOCRAT! i- ii MoARTIIUR: THURSDAY, PGBnVAHV 5,'i7. The Expulsion of Mr. Slough. Columbus correspondent litis klready given the- readers of tlio Dem- 1 1 - . A .i i n t. . wrm n msrory oi i;io diineuity which recently occurred during ono of the sittings oftho House, Let ween Mr. Cadwell and Mr. Slough. Tlio Com mittee appointed to investigate tLo matter reported tlio facts to the IIouso but recommended no action. It was proven (hat Mr. Cadwell grossly in enlted Mr. Slough and provoked the assault; that no disturbanco of the IIouso ensued and that tho occurrence was known to but few members un til Mr. U. arose and explained. Mr. Slough afterwards apologized to the IIouso for his part in tho affair, but Air. Cad well, instead of apologizing, actually offered another insult to Mr. S. iu Bomo remarks he niado to the House. These aro tho facts. Tho Nigger worshippers, in secret conclave, deci ded that they afforded a sufficient ex. enso for the expulsion of Mr. SloiHi I r, and he wa...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 5 February 1857

&jjc Bltrtjjur gcmocrat. Subscribers to Newspapers. - W pnblish the following for tha benefit of sub aorfbere to nowepapera : . 1. Subscribers who do not give notice to the OMTwy, ere considered M wishing to continue ,!:tir subscription. . If the eubecrlbert ordor the discontinuance f their papers, the publisher rney continue to end them until ah arrearsgessre paid. I. If eabscribere refuse or neglect to take their periodicals from the office to which they are di rected, they are held responsible ontil they have fettled the bill and ordered them discontinued. . If eubscribors remove to other places with out informing the publishers, and the papers are aent to the former direction, they are hold re sponsible. S. The courts have decided that refusing to take papers from the office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is prima facit evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per is not taken from the ollico, aro required to See See Post Of...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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