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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 5 February 1857

Agricultural. rr- ". ., js WAV From the Ohio Farmer. Exhaustion of the Soil. Hon. Clms. Ileoniclin, ot'Cincinna ti. is a valued corresnonuoiit: wlio unites olsorviition and reflection in a liitrh decreo. In one of his recent let- tors from Europe, ho Bays: 4k We read in America much of the exhausted Foil of Europe.' I have Eeen none of it.' " lie then rocs on to sav that the rrcps of Europe are letter than ever, (ill il tic thinks its soil is better tliaii ever. These results ho nseribes to two great causes. First, high culture. Second, careful, continual and abun dant manuring. Somo portions of the continent over which Mr. 11. has traveled, and from which his observations were drawn, have been in cultivation for more than a thousand, and 6omo of them for nearly two thousand vears. Now if eoils can bo made to grow better, and to yield better and better crops for so Jong a tuno, need we leel any anxiety about tho exhaustion of soils under a wise and careful system of agricul ture. We...

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. — 12 February 1857

4N EUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF WHATEVER STATE OU PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL-Tho. Jrfferson. VOL. 5. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, FEBRUARY 12, 1857. NO. 26. ill ir 1 I si 1 tl III f TJBLISHID EVEH7 THURSDAY B PEARCE & SPENCE. HEX. PIARCE. JOHN T. SFEBCE. CyFICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, MONT ftTBKET, m'aBTHCH, OHIO TEItMS OF ri'DLICATIOIT. Ons copy one year, in advance, - $.50 If paid ftor six montln, MO Clubi of ten new subscriber to 1 Y. 0. lt,00 Th roonev must invariably accompany tbo trdera from Clubs. tSf No paper will be discontinued until all ar urages are paid up, unlee at tbo option of the Publisher. When tne paper la uuturdorinl tube diiwxintin d at the eud of the year, it will bo continued. TEH. MS OF ADVERTISING. On Square (10 linen 8 insertions $1,00 Each additional insertion S5o 8 month. 4 months. 12 months. Oneiquare fl.00 5.00 t.0" Two iquares 6.00 8.0') 12.00 Three do. 7,00 10,00 1A.00 W column 10,00 1.V00 20.00 Voolumn 15,00 20.00 30,00 All rule ...

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. — 12 February 1857

THE DEMOCRAT. PJCARCE A SPirCE, Editor. McARTHUR: ; - r TII'nSD.l V, FECIICARV 19, '47. The Smelling Committees. As yet wo have not seen tho re ports ofthe ''Smelling Committees," and therefore cannot say precisely ,, tl, flmn.mf tn ' V ft. " . private sources, however, that they composed of an array of distorted .uu cwvu, nuifu the persons implicated therein can cx plain to the satisfaction of every can did mind. We do not say that there lias been no nnfairnes3 in every trans action connected with tho public works, but, on the" ground that " it takes a roguo to cateh a regno," wo verily believo that if any rascality has been practiced, those Smelling Com mittees arc composed of tho right sort of material to " Bmoll " it out . The Legislature appropriated fifteen hun dred dollar to J)ait iWr vMwtwhn in the laborious smelling duties im posed upon them, and the Committee ..f r. i,Bn.i n.nf c,u i,f have teen cute enough to smell tho State Treasury, as wenuTlerstan several thousand doll...

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. — 12 February 1857

Subscribers to Newspapers. We publish the following for the benefit of ub aoriber to newspapers : 1. Bubacribera wbo do not give notice to the ontrary, are considered as wishing to continue '.eir subscription. ' " . . It the subscribers order the discontinuance of their pipers, the publisher may continue to end them mtll ah arrcarugce are paid. 8. If subscriber refuse or neirlect to take their periodicala froio the otlice to which thoy are di rected, they are held responsible until they have aettled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscrttier remove lo oilier piaeca wiin- eut Informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to the Cornier direction, thoy are held ro- aponaible. S. The conrta have decided that refusing to tako paper from the office, or removing iml leaving mem uncaweu iur, ujnma jaae e iueucc oi in tentional fraud. Postmaster who notify a publisher that his pa per la not taken from the ollieo, nro required to See Post Office Instructions and Laws. LOCA...

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. — 12 February 1857

Agricultural. Points in a Good Horse. cf these particulars. First, then, ex- aoiiBe his eyes, and do this before he comes out of the stable ; seo that they are perfectly clear and transparent, and that tho pupils or apples of the eye are exactly aliU in sizo nnd color. Nvt pv.iin'no his nines: and "that! your band down bis legs, if you tind any unnatural yroturberance, or rufll ness, or if feeling first one lej then tho other, you discover any differenco between them, disease, nioro or less, is present ; ho may not be lame, but he is not clean upon his logs. It he is broad and full between the eyes, h& may bo depended on as a horso of good sen30, and capable of being trained to almost everything. If you want a gentle horse, get one with more or less white upon; many suppose that tho parti-colored horses belong ing to circuses, snows, eve., aro select ed for their oddity ; but it is on nc- count 01 tlieir uocnuy ami gentleness; in fact, the more kindly you treat hor ses, tho bett...

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. — 26 February 1857

i E11IAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALE WEN, OF WHATEVER STATE OK PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL. Titos. Jtfferton. VOL. 5. M'AllTHUli, VINTON COUNTY OHIO, FEBRUARY 20, 1857. NO. 28. 1 x Irlil IT rUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY PEARCE SPE.NCE. AHX. FEARCE. JOHN T. 8PEKCE. OFFICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, FRONT 8TKEKT, u'aiitiicb, OHIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. On copy one yoar.in nJvunco, tl'') If ruid ftorMx mcin'.lia. 2,00 Clubs of ten now eulfcrlbcr tol P. 0. 10,00 The money most invuriubly accompany tho r.lers from (.'lul9. ; ' k"No paper will be discontinued until all ar- sikragn are puld up, aniens at tho option of the Publisher. Wlicn ihi paper Is not ordered to bo difioontin ' uod Ht the end of the year, It will bo continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Square (10 lincs13 insertions $1.00 Each additional insertion 8 MONTnC. 8 VONTIW 25c 12 UONTMH. f 3.00 12,00 15.00 20,00 One sqnaro Two squares Three do. !!,00 5.00 7,00 10,00 S.OO 10,00 v.oo W column f column 15.00 50,00 so.no All rnlflfin...

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. — 26 February 1857

THE DEXOCRAT. PEAIUE & SPE.CE, Editors. McARTIlUK: . A.O g, -37. The Smelling Committees, Again. Throimh tho nolitencssofnir alien-! tiro Eerrcsentative. lion. E. F. Bingham wo have before ut tho re- arA TCmhlinnra !i n tmn.lirnna li-irn (-) - " -.... iient of some three hundred and fifty pages, and is signed by O. 1', Brown, Silas Irion and Isaac Bray ton. They conclude their report thus: "We submit the reiwt with the fullest confidence that it will in a monsnra stay the tide ot public plun- der and private peculation." Am, ,. , , . ',. , , dirg to the Oh... Uma, however, the report dvs not seem to have had such an cllat uun the Committee, 1 . . who have not only overdrawn i ...... . i.tntil 4 no Bingham, wo have before in. tlio re-,tt,,u ports of the Smelling Committees.- ' .... t, , ,. . . relative to the I iil.l.c Institutions ai'l-roi-riated lo pavi,. ' 1 ' their L-xpeiicCB, but charged fr SunAii work and work on other days when tlier were at homo attendiiiQ to! AsusiHcimcn...

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. — 26 February 1857

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. W pub! criben t- ncwspain-r : 1. Subscriber wo Jo not dive notice to the eontrary, are considered wi.hiug to couunno eirnbseription. J. If the subscribers order tlio discontinuance of their paper, tho publisher nay continue to end them until all arrearage are paid. t. If subscriber refuse or neglect to tako their periodical from ths olttceto which they are di rected, they are hold responsible until they have ettled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscriber remove to other places with out informing the publishers, and tho papers are sent to tho former direction, they aro held ro pposibl s. 6. The court have decided that refusing to tufco papers from the cilice, or removing und leaving them mii-alled fur, isjrima fault evidence of lu tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that Ms pa per is not taken from tho olliee, ore required to ;;i, . i,. r.'inin. f..rth. benefit of nub- See See Post Office Instructions and L...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 26 February 1857

Agricultural. mm Hints for the Season. As eurins will soon visit us. it is nAceni-v tn in;iL-( nnniidfiiiiniilj Wsr ita coming. Ia the garden, plants will soon show signs of nctivo life, tho carlv blooming bulbous rooted flow-j crs "will in a short time exhibit their leaves, and enow-drops and crocuses make tho parterre gay with their voting beauty. Shrubs and trees, should, as soon as tho Irost is ont ol tho ground, bo transplanted. Tho 6pccicB that come first in leaf, such as ho gooseberry and currant, in the kitchen garden, tho spireas, nieserc nins, &c, in tho shrubbery, and tho willows, poplars and larches among ornamental trees, should first be at tended to, and thoso that como for ward more slowly, r.t as early a period as possible. Many trees aro lo?t ev ery year by hurried and careless plant ing, in conseijnciice of so many things requiring to bo dona at once. ilavo your hot-beds made imme diately, whether for starting lettuce and cabbagc3,or early annual flowers; you 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. — 5 March 1857

ei h iii a i hi ii EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF WHATEVER STATE OR PERSUASIOX, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL. TAo. Jrion. VOL. 5. t M'ARTIIUll, VINTON COUNTY, OHia MARCH 5, 1857. ' ' : NO. 29. ' WttSpx Snnocrai. , fTTBUSHED EVEBT THURSDAY BY FEARCE & SPE.CE. ALEX. PIARCE. J0HS T. 8PE5CE. OFFICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, FRONT tTBKET, m'aUTHIU, OHIO. TEK.MS OF ITBIICATION. On copy ono year, in ndvunce, 1 .SO If raid after nix months, a.l"0 Clnbs of ton new subscribers to 1 P. 0. 10,00 ' The money must invariably accompany the Mere from Clubs. l-"No paper will be discontinued until nil nr- irugos aro paid up, unless at the option of the Publisher. When tho paper is not ordered to bs dixcontin atd at the end of the yeur, it will bo continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OnsBqnar (10 lineal 8 Insertions 1,0. Eaoh additional insertion 2lc 8 MONTHS. 8 MONTHS. 12 MONTHS. nths. f s.oo Xi'. 15.00 One inn are s.oo $5.00 Two squares 6.00 7,00 10,00 8.00 10,00 15.00 Tnree ao V column H column 20.00...

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. — 5 March 1857

TIIEDE3iI0CRAT, PEAnCE & SrESCE, I'ditorT. McARTIlUR; 7" fniitsDAv, itcaucii a, issr. A Short Review of the Past. Ytln nmiltlv . r n i i c.i t i inaugurated as President of tho tinted c i i n i i i States, being the thirteenth person who . , 7 . , . . . . . , has been elected to that important of- .... itt , Jico. Of tbeeo thirteen, Ws! laptop, T ... ,. ,. ,T , o fiicibuu, luuuison, iuonrou mm uuik son served two terms ; John Adams, John Q. Adams, Martin Van Curen James K. Polk and Franklin Pierce served but ono terra each. President Harrison lived only one month after his inauguration, and President Tay lor only about ono year. Tho Administration of tho " Elder Adams " became obnoxious on account of its aristocratic tendencies, there be ing a party then, as now, which doubt- prl tlin onn.TflK ff tlm nnonln in for. cm themselves. The alien and sedition were passed during this adminis- tration. Tho Democracy succeeding ! to rvor. with Joffl.raf.n na IWlont .i i.v,..i. . -j lilirr...

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 March 1857

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. We publish the following fur the benefit of sub scribers to newspapers : 1. Subscribers who Jo nut give notico to the ontrary, aro considered as wishing to continue ioir subscription. , 2. If the subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, the publisher nay. continue to end them until all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribers refuso or nogtcct to take thoir periodicals from the olUco to which they are di rected, they are hold responsible until they have ettled the bill and ordorod thorn discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove toother places with out informing the publishers, and the papers are tent to the former direction, they ure held re sponsible. 6. The courts havodochlod that refusing to take rapers from tho office, or removing and leaving illtiill lUKniivu lur, injri tin u uitecwuuiivvui tu- tontional fraud. postmasters w ho notify a publisher that his pa is uot taken from tho olUco, ure required to See Post Office Instruc...

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 March 1857

Agricultural. Varieties of Wheat. ' Tho Chinese wheat is a white bcaf J lees variety, anil is very little known ; we believe it is a winter wheat, but is not cultivated to any exteut. Tho Tea wheat is sometimes known as the Siberian wheat. It is u spring variety, and considered one of the best. Tho berry i3 white, and it yields a pure white flour. The stra'w is rather 6liort, and tho heads of medium length, but the grains arc not closely packed, each whorl being distinct and separate from tho ono above it, giving the head a lean, unprolitie, and light bearing ap pearance. Tho Australian wheat is a winter variety which has been introduced within the past year. It is a large Btemmed, heavy strawed wheat, with a very long, largo berry. Several far mers have tried it in Michigan, and some of tlioin have found ic to produce largely. Still it has not become a fa vorite. In the trials to which wheat lias been submitted for the past three years, the Australian variety seems to have been wip...

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. — 12 March 1857

- ";;'N ii in ai ii in in n a in t EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL WEN, OF WHATEVER STATE Oil PEIISUASIOX, IlELIGIOES Oil POLITICAL. That. J.-fferscn. VOL. 5. M'ARTIIUH, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MARCH 12, 1857. NO. SO. J vm 'lill' '1)111' 'lir' iV Jy IM 1 tt it (F 1 rUBLISHED EVERT THURSJDAY BY PEAICCE & SPENCE. AllX. FI1BCE. JOUR T. SFEHCK. OrriCE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, IJtONT ITBE1T, K'aRTHBB, OUIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. On copy one year, In advance, $1,60 - If paid after ux months, . .2? Clubaof tennew aubsenbora tol P. 0. 10,00 The money must iuvariubly accompany the rders from Clubs. ty No paper will bo discontinued until all ar HiragoB are paid up, unless at the option of tho Publisher. When tha paper is not ordered to be discontin mid at the end of tho year, it will be contained. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OneSquar (10Unaa)3 Insertions 1,00 Xaoh additional insertion-.. 25c 8 months, g months. 12 months. Onaiquaro J,00 5,00 8.00 Two aquaroa 6,00 8.00 12,00 Threa do. 7,00 10,00 15,00 ...

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. — 12 March 1857

THE DEMOCRAT.! iViARCE & S PENCE, Editor. . .. McARTllUli:" THURSDAY, WAUCil la, 1.57. The Dred Scott Case. v- States has dcciJcdtl.ii longpendmg, cisc, the question being whether or j . o t-. i , not the removal of Scott from Missou ri with his master to Illinois, with a view to n temporary residence, worked I .". ,:., Tim f'nnrl it.ifl- , , , .... , , ., .. tv i ded that it did not, and that Died, Scott is still a slave The Court lms decided the following yoints : 1. That negroes, whether slaves or free, (that is, men of the African race) are not. citizens of the United States I'Y the Constitution. 2. That trie Ordinance of 1737 had no independent constitution, force or legal effect subsequently to tlie anop operate of itself to confer freedom or Territories, upon negroes, not citizens by the Coiiititution. 3. That the provision of tho act of 1S20, commonly called tho Missou ri Compromise, so lar as it undertook' to exclude- negro slavery from, and ! communicate freedom and ci...

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. — 12 March 1857

mrtlnir JJtmocrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. We publish the following for the bonefit of sub ecribcrs to newspajwrs : 1. Subscribers who do not (rivo notice to the ontrary, aro considered as wishing to couunue ieir subscription. , 9. If the subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, the pnbli.-lier f.in.v continue to lend theru until all arrearages aro paid. . (. If subwriber.! rofiie or neglect to tako thoir periodical from the ol'.loeto which they urn di reowii. they iiro hold responsible until tin y huvo iettle1 tlio'bill end ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with rat informing tho publishers, and tho papers ro tent to tne lormer uirdcuou, mey uro nam re- ipomiWe. 6. The court have decided that refusing to tako papers trom the OiUeo, or removing and leaving them uncalled tor, 1b prtma Jiuu cvwenca ol in Untlonul fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that hi pa per is not taken from tho otliee. are required to See...

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. — 12 March 1857

Agricultural. Gardening. Thero ia a great deal of enjoyment to bo deiived from performing tho dif ferent operations -of gardening, una in dependently of tho health resulting from this kind ot exercise. To labor for the 6ake of arriving at a result, and to be successful in attaining it, arc, ns cause and effect, attended by a certain degreo of satisfaction to tho mind, however simple and rndo tho labor j may bo, and however unimportant the result obtained. To bo convinced of this, we have only to iuiagino our selves employed 10 any labor, from which no result ensues, but that of fa iiguing the body or wearying tho mind ; tho turning of a wheel, for ex ample, that is connected with no ma chinery; or, if connected, effects no useful purposes-carrying a weight i'rom one point to another and back again ; or taking a walk without any object in view, but tho negative one of preserving health. Thus, not only is it a condition of our nature, that in order to secure health wo ruu6t also labor...

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. — 26 March 1857

f 'it 11 WltT ilWft fe i . ... - s i:aiTii'AKbW!5BSTicie:Aiit:w; W wiiateyeb state bn rcnsuAsibx mxtdious ok. political.-?. J$crtm .- J..-.'. -":; ; ......... ji ... , . ..c, .. j -iV'l'Jji.L- : , . . .,,.....nw-w-l . : ' 'I nl ViM'AKTflUR, iyiNTON.COUNry, .OHia MMCH;20r 1857K Ko. S2. 1 VOL. 5. , mm-;) ... . ' v .- . ...... i 1 I J 1 1 - : v.. p. I. ,(Y''' R i St ' FVBIJSHED EVEV? THOESDAY BI FEAKCE & SPENCE. AlIX. PI1RCE. JOHH T. 8PEKCB OrilCE IN MALONE'8 BUILDING, HOST ITIIIT. M'ARTUtB,' OHIO. TEIIM9 OF PUBLICATION. On copy one yer, In advance, , If pld after Umonthe, ' S,00 ri.,v.. t tn new subdcriberi to 1 P. O. 10,00 The money mutt invariably accompany the rder from Clubs. t-TNo papor will be diacontlnncd nntil all ar iarag;ci are paid op, unless at tbe option of tlie rublislicT. i When the psper Is not ordored to be discontin ftd at the end of the year, it will be continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Square (10 lines) 8 insortlons 1,00 Eoh additional insertion 23o 8 MONTHS...

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. — 26 March 1857

THE DEMOCRAT! 1'E.iRCE & SPtNCE, Editors. JJcARTIIUR : , THUnSDAY, ItlAUCII 90, I8.5T. The News. Col. Wheeler, Minister to Nicara gua! lina resigned, Gorman resigned, and was not re moved from theGovernorahip of Min nesota, as reported. Ho will bo a member oftho Convention to frame a Constitution for that new Stato. Ex-Governor Bigler, of California, lias been appointed Minister to Chili, rice Starkweather. Tho Cabinet baa approved the. Dallas-Clarendon Treaty as amended by tho Senate. Mcedee. "Wui. Nash, near Boling Green, Ky., brutally murdered bis wife a lew days ago, by beating her to death. OCTGen. Walker's position in Ni caragua is unchanged. Ho continues to hold Kiva9. K7 Hon. W. J. Crown, formerly editor of the Indiana Stato Sentinel, Legislator and Congressman, died re cently at his residenco near Indianop olis, after a protracted illness. Another Mcrper. A man named McClintoek, was shot in his own door, near Boonville, Ky., a few clays since, by some person, as yet unk...

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. — 26 March 1857

SJe jSMrtjmr gcmctrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. VT publbh tho following for the benefit of ub acribers to newspapers : ' 1. 8ulcribors who do not glv noUM,, ontrary, are considered m wishing to continue ' ultaKbSribm order th. dlscontinn.nce of their papers, tho publisher nay continue to end them until all arrearages are paid. 8 If subscribers refuse or neglect to take the r neriodlcale from the ollice to which thoy aro di rected, they are held rcrM.ni.ible uutil they have settled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If eubsoribera remove to other places with out informing the publishers, and the papers are ant to the former direction, they are held re sponsible. ft. The eonrU havedocidedthatrefusineto take papers from the ottico, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is prima facit evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmaster who notify a publisher that his pa per la not taken from tho cilice, aro required to See Post Office Instructions and Laws. To Ad...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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