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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 26 March 1857

Miscellaneous Articles. The Alligator and the Bear. A graphic account of a contest be tween an alligator and a bear, evi dently written by an eye-witness, ap peared many years since. Every in cident is brought vividly to tho mind's eye. Tho witness, whilo fishing on the banks of a beautiful stream in West ern Louisana, was startled by the roaring of some animal in tho cane brake near bv, apparently getting ready for action. These notes of preparation wero succeeded by tho sound of feet, trampling down tho cane and scattering the shells on tho ground, lvushing to tho tryBting, instead of there being what was supposed, two prairio bulls mixing impetuously in - battle, there was a largo black bear, raised upon liia hind legs, his face besmeared with white foam, sprinkled blood, which, dropping from his mouth, rolled down his shnggy breast. Frantic from tho smarting of his wounds, ho stood flashing his teeth and growling at lis enemy. On a bank of snow whito shells, in battle array, was...

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. — 2 April 1857

in m aa j - b Mm L , 1. 1 . EQUAL ASD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL, iUEX, OF WHATEVER STATE OK I'EKSUASIO!, KELIGIOUS OH POLITICAL. Thos. Jtfftrsm. VOL. 5. M'AimiUK, VINTON COUNTY, OIIIQ APRIL 2, 1857. NO. 33. aicrthr gcmocrat. " PUBLISHED F.VERX 1HUESD Y BY 1 PEAKCE & Sl'E.XCi:. ALEX. TEARCE. J0H3 T. 8TF.NCE OFF1CK IN MALONK'S BUILDING TBoNT 6TRH.I, l'AUTIUT., UUIO. TERMS OF rriJLiCATtoN. ' Ono copy ono year, in advance, 1.50 it; raid iitoiiniMAi i 0" ' T ho rmone v must invariably m'm any tho crders from Clubs. - i trKo Miper will he discoiitimied until all nr- jiarmrcs hJo paid up, unless t the option of the ; , , , ,. ,. ' Wluin tho Tinier is not ordered to bo diseor.tm-' wdrt tho cmiJr ihcyear.il will i.uc..iitiiiul. Tfliuis or Aini.KTisixo. One Squiire (M runs in insertions fiM Each Jili'(,;X!;'n;-;;:-VN.r;t Onosqnaro 5 "" Two squares M" M '!!n Threo do, T . iH.Hi) l.i.L'o H coiiimn ln.'io i''- soon ii column l.'. i'o All rule and fl"iirii woil will bo charged one hali' more til, ...

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. — 2 April 1857

THE DEMOCRAT. PEARCE & SPEXCK, Editors. McARTHUR: THURSDAY, Al'ltIL , News. On tlio evenin terrific explosion . i. r At Bioroor i. u.,viuriu.,.u.im si., ouuu Louis, blowing the building to atoms, together with tlio extensive hard ware establishment of Kroft & Co., adjoin- Tt.- ..m L-,'n.., ? no Bcverelyand several sJightly injured. " ,' .'d. Tlio stock of thestores was destroyed. Loss S5rt,000. Cause of tho explosion was the accidental discharge of a pis tol into a canister of powder. Slie3 Lane, accompanied by J. 13. Henry, tho President's Private Sec - rotary, passed tnrongn uajtunore lasi .. . . , i .i i ii , i l . ihnrsday, on her route to Lancaster, to attend tho funeral of her brother, Eskride Lane. The President did not accompany them. Thediseaso which proved fatal was contracted while at te National Llotel, Washington. Another nerson. a Sir. Ilollinrrs- worth, of South Carolina, has died fr.im thpfrtbfti of tlio tioisonin" at onn Z i t , n w iCTn Afr oftho hotels in ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 2 April 1857

t Qtxlhx democrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. We publish the following for the benefit of sub scribers to newspapers : 1. Subscriber who do not (rive notico to the contrary, aru considered as wishing to coutiuue '.eir subscription. 2. If the subscribers order the discontinuance f their papers, the publisher may continue to end them until uli arrearages aro paid. 8. If subscribers refuso or neglect to take their periodical! from the otlieo to which they aro di rected, they aro held responsible until they have lottled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other place with out iufortniuir tho publishers, anil the paper are sent to tho former direction, they aro held re sponsible. 6. The courU have decided that refusing to take paper frotr tho mltce, or removing und leaving thorn uncalled fur, is jirimj Jade evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmaster who notify a publisher that his pa per i not taken from tho oiliee, are required to See Po...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 2 April 1857

THE LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 1.] AN ACT. To amend the Second Section of the set "An act concerning Hail jr, r i n i .i ., Criminal Cases,' passed March J, 133 I. v Sixtiom I. He it t)f'ed hi th' (i .!.. Asse-A'y of the State vf Ohl. That two.. I" the act cnti'led " un a. t con- ceruin b.il in criminnl cases.'' pa-s-.! luarcii j, i-.ii, im; aim i.e- same i ueroi.y amended so ns to rea l as follows: Tint ...... i -..n.,.. j . ni, i. the surrender of such defendant or defend ants mentioned in the first section of t ! t i act, s-h'll be unlet.) uny jiuhre of the court before uhi.h he, s-he.or they hi. a 1 li ve been reei juisi-d to appear, or to the Pro b:.te Jude of the proper county, and sha'l be made in the court li.ic.se of such county j and upon such surreti.l r hciuj; ni de anil ac cepted, it fliall he lawful for thej.i.'e lakiti!,' the fame, to make 'u', s 'i nnd ocliicr to the sheriir, or some constable of the coun'v, a warrant for tho commitment of such de fen...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 9 April 1857

11 ".I T. JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF WHATEVER STATE OB PEBSUASlOX, RELIGIOUS Ott POLITICAI. Jrwn. - ..." EQUAL AND EXACT M'AHTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, APRIL 9, 1857. K0. 34. ' VOL. 5. i . . . 8h SIcIf Sfmoirat- FUBLISHED EVERY THUESDnT BY FEAItCE & SPENCE. AlIX. FEABCE. JOHN T. BPERCE. tJFICE IN MALONE'B BUILDING, VBONT STREET, MOUTHER, OUIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. On copy ono year, In advance, $1 ,60 If paid after 1 month. Club of tennewubcriberstolF. 0. 10,00 The monev must invuriiibly accompany tlio trdern from Cluba. tTNo paper will be dincontimiod until all ar- w,irgcs are paid up, miles at the option of the Publisher. .. .. When the paper i not ordered to be dmcontin- Bed at the end of the year, It will be continued. TERMS OF ADYKKTISlftU. One Square (10 lineal 8 insertions. Zach additional irmcrtion .$1,00 25c 13 MONTH. 1 3, 00 12.00 15.00 80.00 S MONTHS. MONTHS 3.00 15.00 7.00 fS.OO Two squares Three do. 8, no 10.00 15,00 V eolumn 10,00 12 column 15,00 column . .... , . 'a n...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 9 April 1857

THE DEMOCRAT. PEAHCE smCK, Editors. Mc ARTHUR : TIIUnSnAV, Al'Klt, 9, 1837. Dred Scott in Albany, Athens Dred Scott in Albany, Athens County---Blood, "Baguets" and Dred Scott in Albany, Athens County---Blood, "Baguets" and Blunderbusses!---Thunder and Humery! We find the following resolutions, passed at a meeting of tho citizens of Albany, Athens County, a way. sta tion upon tho Underground Railroad leading from the Ohio river to tho Western Reserve and other Canada possessions in the Athens Mtssengtr of last week. Tho report does not 6ay how many "citizens of tho United States" wero present at tho meeting, but it is evident that il tho crowd was not composed wholly of negroes, it ought to have been, in ordor to har monize its color and its acts : 1. Resolved, That wc, as citizens of the United States, look witli hor ror and deep indignation upon tho de cision of the five slave-holding Judges and two "Northern doughfaces" of the U. S. Court in tho "Dred Scott Case." Wo look upon tha...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 9 April 1857

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers of Newspapers. V publish the following for the benefit of ub cribers to newspapers : 1. Subacrlbere who do not give notice to the ontrary, ers considered as inching to contwus '.sir subscri ption. J If the subscribers ordpr the discontinuance f their papers, the publisher nay contiuus to jendtheru uutil sli arrearages are paid. 5. If subscribers refuse or neglect to tuke their periodical from the "ttieeto which they ro di iscted, they ere bold responsible until tli-y have ettled the bill and oidored them discontinued. 4. If suhseiihcr remove to other pla-ea with out informing the publishers, and the papers are eat to the former direction, they are held re sponsible. 6. The courts have deci Jed thst refusing to tske paper from the office, or removing and U-avinfr them uncalled fur, is prima fact evidence of in tentional frand. Postmasters who notify publisher that bin l'S per la not taken from the cilice, are required to See Post Office Instructions and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 9 April 1857

Agricultural. Hints for the Season. I. It is to "bo honed, that you will allow no cattle, or sheep, or horses, to uaatnra iu vonr -orchard. If hy any chaneo thev should gtt in, drive them out atonco, and put np tho fenco high that notliingcan get in again. . 2. You are making sugar, if you sugar maplo trees enough to make tho operation a good one. few things, on this matter, may bo ro- called to your mind, llavo every thing clean, from the trough, or xuo, to tho strainer ; let no sap (sugar Wa ter) run away ; boil it as soon as pos sible after gathering. Bo careful to keep cattlo and hogs out from among your sugar trees ; they knock out the spouts, drink the sap, and hurt them - selves by doing so. 3. 1 ake caro of feeble anxrnals sorao of them may bo booked by the stronger ones; or may be thrown down a hollow, or a marshy phico and be nnablo to rise; or they may bo out in a rain, or snow ; or they may get into some corner ot tho wooils, or pasture, and fad to como up with the rest ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 16 April 1857

hi win EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL WEN, OF WHATEVEK STATE OR PEItSUASION. IlELIGIOLS 0t POLITICAL.-" . J&rson. VOL. 5. M'ARTIIUH, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO AP1UL 10, 1857. NO. 35. 8fc IBttJur "graiocrat. PUBLISHED EVERT THOBSD..T BY 1'EAUCE & SPEXCE. AllX. KABCE. J0H5 T. 8PEHt. IFICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING. OKT ITBIKT, M'TBB, OHIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. tna copy ona year, In advanca, If paid after ix inontha, -Club of ten now aubucnbera to 1 V. U. 11,110 4,00 10,00 Tha money muat luvenaoiy wxuuVj jm from Club. ,. fcyNo paper will be discontinued until ell ar-M-ragea art paid up, unleaa at tbo opUoO of the W ban" the paper la not ordered to b dlacontln sd t tba end of the year, it will be conUnued. TEK.MS OF ADVERTISING. Cd Square (10 Uno$ inaertiona ...fl.OO ... 25c XONTIIt. 8,00 lach additional insertion S HoNTiia. 1 uoNTna. 12 One aqnare 00 5.00 Two aqnaraa 6.00 8,00 Three do. . 7,00 W V column 10.00 1.00 n i uiifl 20.00 12 00 1500 20 00 80,00 .j "I .v U1 h chirircd one All rui...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 16 April 1857

TTTT? TYTTArnrn? A T iJJUjLyKjit. rEAUCE & SPEXCE, Editors. McARTIIUll : TIU'RSDtY, APItIL 16, I. Kansas Affairs. wholly quieted, and that both parties there were quite willing to settle tlieir Manj sensible people had supposed that affairs in Kansas had become disputes at the ballot-box. The hope of thoDlack Republicans to manufac ture a little capital, however, has in duced them to do a very foolish thing, and one which it i3 feared will re 6ultin tho adoption of a Constitution tolerating domestic slavery. Not withstanding they boast of a large majority of tho legal voters of tho ter ritory, which we do not doubt, they have resolvod to absent themselves from tho polls, thereby virtually aban doning the territory to a party winch they declare is in favor of making Kansas a slave State. Should they carry out thi9 resolution and a majori ty of the Delegates elocted bo in fa Tor of 6lavory, how will tho Repub licans clear their skirts of tho respon eibility ? If, with a largo majo...

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. — 16 April 1857

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. W publish the following for the benefit of sub Kribers to newspaper : 1. Subscribe who do not five notice to the ontrary. are considered as wishing to contiuuo '.eir subscription. ...... 2. If the subscribers order the discontinuance Of their paper, the publisher rnny continue to end them until li arreurugesare paid. S. If subscriber retina or netrlevt to take their periodical from the oiliceto which they are di rected, tliuv are held responsible until they have Mttled the'bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If uhaeriboni remove to other places with out Informing tho publishers, and the papers are tent to the former direction, tboy are hold ro aponsible. 0. The court have decided that refusing to take papers from the ottlce, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, U prima facit evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per I not taken from the cilice, are required to give the reason why they lire...

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. — 16 April 1857

THE LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 47.]AN ACT. To amend an act to prevent Nuisances, passed February 11, 1832. SccTtos 1. Be it enacted by the Gen eral Assembly ej the Slate of Ohio, That the third section of the act entitled an act in addition to the act to prevent n usances, passed Februrary 11,1832 be and the same is hereby ao amended as to read as follows : Section 3. That if any person or persons hall put any dead animal or part of the carcass of any dead animal into any river, creek, pond, road, atreet, alley, lune, lot, field, meadows or common or in any place within one mile of the residence of any per son or persons, except the same and every part thereof be buried at least one loot un der ground, and if the owner or owners thereof bIiuII knowingly permit the same to remain in any of the aforesaid places to the injury ol the health or to the annoyance of 1'ie citizens of tins fetate or any of them, everv neraon so olTendinir shall, nn rnnvir. lion thereof before...

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. — 23 April 1857

f! II s in u 1 1 v 1 ll .ira ,1 -.:.!) ij EIUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEXr OF WHATEVER STATE OR PERSUASION, IlELIGIOl'S OR POLITICAL. TKot. Jefferson. : . . vaiulviv .... . rjj a vuv lv xr-v iv iky ivuiv ltv. , ,GSsrw i ivjil 5. VOL. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, ; AP1UL 23, 1857. 1 ...f HIcrtur gtmocnt. PtTBLISHED EVEHT TH0BSDAY BY '"" PEAKCE & SPEACE. , AIIX. PE1BCE. JOHN T. 8PEBCE. FPICE IN'MALONE'S BUILDING, HON VTRIET, h'abtuiib, bio. -". TERM OF FVBLICAXIOJT. n copy on yr, In advance, $1,50 If paid after ix months. 4,00 Clubi of ton new ubscnboro tol P. 0. 10.00 T)ie money must Invariably accompany the rilom from Clubs. . gtf No paper will be discontinued until all r raprc are paid up, unless at the option of the Fubliblier. , When the paper Is not ordered tone dlitcontln ned at the end of the year, it will bo continned. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Square (11 lines) 3 insertions $1,00 Each additional insertion 25c 8 MONTHS. 0 MONTHS, li MONTHS. One eomire 13.00 $5,00 ts....

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 23 April 1857

THE DEMOCRAT. rEARCE & 8PBHCE, Editor MoARTHUR : TnVRSDIT, APniL 93, 137. Adjournment of the Legislature. We have the pleasure of announ eing, this week, the adjournment of the Ohio. Legislature. This long hoped-for event occurred on Satur day morning last at eight o'clock. The " last scene of all," which put ah end to the Black Kepublican Legisla ture, whose death is " the beginning of the end "of Black Republican rule in this State, was characterized by one of those- disgraceful acts peculiar to the party which passed it. We al lude to the resolutions relative to the Dred Scott case and the U. S. Supreme Court. There is plenty of time, how ever, to look into those resolutions and many other acts of the same fla grant character, before the fall elec tion without saying more at present. We only ask oar readers to remember the promises of our opponents when they wanted to get hold of the- Leg islative power of the State. So far not a single promise have they re deemed ; nor will ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 23 April 1857

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. pnbUsb. th following for th -MrSber to newspaper t 1. Bubeorlbere who do notjiv nottoe I to the contrary, er considered a wiahing to continu iI Mrebwribert order the discontlnnance f tbslr papers, th publisher nay oontinue to d them until ell arrearagee are paid. S. If subscribers refuse or neirlect to tike their Bartodlcali from tbe office to which they ere di rected, they are held responsible until they huve settled tbe bill end ordered them discontinued. . If subscribers remove to other place with- mt Informing tbe publisher!, and the papora are ant to tbe former direction, they are held re aponstbl. 6. The oonrt have decided that refusing to take peptre from the office, or removing and leaving ibem uncalled ror, is pnmajacu eviueuce 01 in lentlonal fraud. Poatmaatera wbo notifr a publisher that hie pa Mr la not taken from tbe office, are required to See See Post Office Instructions and Laws. To Advertisers. uu..i.ii nmt Ki handed in b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 23 April 1857

THE LAWS1 OF OHIO. IUBLISIIED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 63.]AN ACT. To limit the power of public officers and agents in making Contracts. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Gin trul Assembly of tt Slate cf Ohio, Tlmt it shall be unlawful for any officer or "gent of the State or of any county, township, city ot incorporated vlllne therein, who may be entrusted with tlio construction, Improve-1 ment or keeping in repair, any public build- j lnjj or work of any kirn!, or with the man-1 agement or providing for any public institu-j lion of whatsoever kind, to miko any contract or contracts binding or purporting for binif; the State or any such county, township, city or incorporated village, to pay any nuin oisums ofnionoy not previously appropriated to the purpose lor which such contractor contracts are made and remain ing unexpended and applicable to such pur-pot-e unless such officer or agent shall be lawfully and expre-sly authorized to make luch contract or contracts. Sectios 2. If any such o...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 30 April 1857

HI ' I A A X . A. I SI HI EQUAL AXD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF WHATEVER STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL. Thot. Jcfftrson. VOL. 5. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, APRIL 30, 1857. NO. 37. VI 91 111 III IT 1 III I III 111 111 111 III i i m iii y ri i in ki li v i av Uj Bltrtljur gtmatrat. fUBMSHED EVER? THUF8D.Y BY PEARCE & SPENCE. ALEX. FIARCE. JOTJK T. SPEICCE. OFFICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, MONT STREET, M'aRTHCB, OHIO. TERMS 6F PUDLICATION. One copy one year, In advance, $1.60 If paiJ after fix months, 8."0 Club of ten new nuWibem to 1 P. 0. 10.00 The money mint Invariably accompany tbe rden from Clubs. t37"No paper will be discontinued nntil all ar lrugea btd paid up, unleos at tbe option of the Publisher. When the pnper la not ordered to be diocontin aid at tbe end of the year, it will be continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OneSqnaro (10 lineal! Infortlont 11.00 Each additional insertion J So 8 months. 6 mon ill'. 12 months. Onesqnare 3 00 fSOO 3. no Two square! 6 00 8...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 30 April 1857

THE DEMOCRAT. I'EAKtE & S PENCE, Editor. , McAIlTIlUR : ; THLKSdIy, APIIIL 30, 183T. The Poisoning at Washington-- the Secret Out. The editor of the Plain Dialer says, tLiit having spent several weeks in Washington whilo tho poison sick ness was prevailing and knowing per eonally many of the victims and wit nessed their symptoms, we have uo doubt that the poisoning was the work of a malicious person or persons, de signed to destroy the life of the'Prcsi dent elect. The Philadelphia Times says an eminent physician of that city, who has had several persons under his caro, seeking relief from tho cflects of the .mysterious sickness contracted at the Federal Capital, maintains tho theory that it resulted from a premeditated attempt to poison the inmateB of the National Hotel. Ho bases hia opin ion upon the fact that none but those who dined at the public table were attacked ; and, as to the story of the rat-poisoned water, it is refuted, be cause the tank is only used for wash ing, ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 30 April 1857

gjt gfr&rtjjnr gcmoerat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. W publish Uie following for tha benefit scribers to newspapers : 1. Subscriber who do not pi notice to tha contrary, are considered aa wishing to continue .tslraubscrlption. i. If th aubiwribew order tin discontinuance f their pipers, the publisher nay continue to end them uutil all arrearages era paid. 8. If subscriber refuse, or ueirloct to take their periodical from the office to which tbov are di rected, tbey aro hold responsible until they havu aettled the bill and ordured them discontinued. . If subscriber remove to other places with out lnforminft the publishers, and the papers are ent to the former direction, they are hold ro aponsible. S. The courts bavedecidod that refusing to take paper from the ortlce, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, U prima farii evidence of in tentional frinul. Postm us tors who notify a publisher that his pa per is not taken from the olllco, are required to five the r...

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