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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 30 April 1857

THE LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 83.] AN ACT To amend sections 84, 101, and 127, of the Code of Civil Procedure. 'Section 1. Be it rr.ac'.rd hv the Gen eral Assembly cj th'. S'utt if Oho. Tliut section 84, 101, a ml 1:17 of the codi of civil tirnrn.Inro unit flip ni t llf FflirilRrV !20. ISAM. to amend the act en illed " an act to cstab - Uh . .....I- ,.f rlv,l nrm edure. be and the ame ore hereby repealed. Sr.CTiox 2. Section 81 shall be so emended as toread ns follows : Section 84. The on!v ph-adinys allowed, are 1st. The petition by 'he pluintiff ; d. The answer or demurer by the de fendant i 3d. The demurer or reply by the plain tiff! 4th. The demurer to the reply by the defendant Cr.ss rcTiTins Any defendant, w ho is properly maue . , ,, ,..., , , i r i t . . I i.isbislt, i-m-. y, s ... .... ,.V...v .... ...... .... - it nzAiiist otner ui'.enuums in me same uc tion. Section 3. Section 101 shall be so ameuiit'J m toread as follows: S.-et'.oo 101. Th" pl.iinti:!' ma...

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. — 14 May 1857

4 Kir- 1 ft EQUAL AM) EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL NEI, OF WHATEVEIt STATU Oil PEKKUASIOV, HI.I.IGIOIS OK POLITICAL. Thos. J'fftrson. VOL. 5. M'AKTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MAY ll, I857. NO. 39. Itf em THE LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 139.] AN ACT. To regulate the compensation of Sheriffs keeping and providing for prisoners in jail. flmma 1 Tit it unatlrd bu iht fttn tral Awmbly of the Stale of Ohio, That thesheriusol the several the several counties in the State shall hereafter be allowed such com pensation as the county comriiissioncrs shall from lime to time order and allow not ex ceeding forty cents per day, for keeping and provding lor prisoners in jail, renuired by the eleventh section of the act for the regul ation ol county jails, passed March 13, 184 i. ml iiehallnwiiii ea ahull he made lo the sherifr as part of the reasonable and neces- lary expencea ol his olli'je, lor wnicn ne hall not be required to account as fees. costs or perquisites. u"der the provisions of th...

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. — 14 May 1857

minor or cause it to Le dona upon the re ult of any game, every such person shall on ronriction thereof be deemed guilty oft misdemeanor and fined in nny turn not less than fifty dollar nor more than two hun dred dollar, or be imprisoned in the county jail not lets than three months nor more than one year. Sectiom 5. All ofiVnces against this act shall be prosecuted before a justice of the peace or mayor or by indictment, and it shall be the duties of all jnJge of the court of common pleas to give this act in charge 10 me grand juries or their respective coun ties. Section G. All fines assessed under this act (hall bo paid into the county treas ury for the benefit of common schools. Section 7. That the first and second aectiou of an act entitled " an act more effectually to prevent gambling, ' pass ed January 7lh, IS 4(3, and section seventh of the act entitled "an at for tho pre vention of gambling" passed March 12th 1831. bo and tho same are hereby repealed : Provided that this ac...

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. — 14 May 1857

Stjjt Sltrtjur gcmotrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, MAY 14,. ISM. OCPDo nut forget to vote on the proposition to levy taxes for tho pur pose of building a new School louse. The question to bo decided on Satur day next is, shall or shall not a tux of eight mills on tho dollar bo levied on tho taxable property of this School district t We hope tho electors will 8eo tho importance of furnishing the means for the construction of a build ing which they decided almost unan imously the district needed, and vote in favor of the proposition. It is in effect, the samo question which was decided in the affirmative before. In educational facilities wo are already behind tho ago and must crack our whips to catch up. For a few days last week wo were I 1 1 t iJ 1 1.1. 4.1. Ulcssea wun ae:iguuui weuu.er; i:.e fields and forests were clothed in a' mantlo of green a9 if by magic and all nature seemed to rejoice at the good time which had como. ... , . . , (Monday) mormn-y, however, is a spec-, imen ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 May 1857

Gov. Walker of Kansas. The Washington correspondent of N. Y. Times, a leading HupnUi- DaiHT. tllUi 8l)eaks of lion. Rob- ert J. Wulker, tho nuwiy ajjioiutcd uovernor ot h-ansas: Buchanan had, probably, made II II 19 1111 1 1 VI JFj t T VI lJ IKU1 VI Ex-Governor Geary, whom he would appoint in Ins place, and hence the in timations which were thrown out that a statesman ot the first order ot talent and ene ODDortu irgj. would be chosen and that; initirs of hunicr distinction A ....I :.. iUnM,.l.l would be offered in Kunsas, than could be enjoyed in any other appointment under his administration. It seems to bo the common suppo sition that Mr. Walker is entirely identified with tho extreme Southern interest, and that his sympathies arc with the school of Davis, Toombs, and others of the secessionist stripe. This is not the case, and scarcely ought to bo charged against tho man who was chosen to the United States Senate, from Mississippi, as the opponent of Mr. Foindexk-r.in the very ca...

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. — 21 May 1857

r5 fF f IT pMPJv j& ilk Jl' II ........ ' LI' it EQUAL AXD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL WEN, OF WIIATEVEIl STATE Oil PEKSUASIO.X, 11CLIGIOUS OK POLITICAL. Thos. Jefferson. VOL. 5. M'AHTIIUll, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MAY 21, 1857. - NO; 40. I -..... 10 McArthur Democrat. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSD.Y BY I'EAIICE & SPEACE. ALEX. PEARCE. JOHS T. SrERCK OI'FICR IX MALOXE'S BUILDIKO, Fl'.nNT STKI.F.T, Jl'AltTlli n, OHIO. Ti:UMS OT rt'ULICATIOX. I Ono copy i'iio ycur, in advanco, i.6f It' i i-i.l nfurhix montlm, 2.oo Inhs fif t .ii new unbsirilicru tol Y. O. 10.U0 The iiiom-y inn ,t ,..v.r.bl7 uccompury the J t'"Xo pupor will be iliK'OiitimicJ 1111111 an ar u..r:7iM nro liaiU up, uultss at tho option of the : 1'ut.lUlior. hon the papflrisiiotor. erc.i to 00 oiscoium- , ucd at tlio cinl of tho your, it will bo continued. Tl'IUI or ADVERTISING. OncSiyire (10 lini'sl.1 insertions.. Each additional inwrtion 8 JlnNTH!1. G IION'TIIH. One sqniiro $3 00 .'..IK) Two iiflnarcg 6.00 S.nO Three do. T.00 10.0...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 21 May 1857

THE DEMOCRAT. TEARCE & SPENCE, Editors. McARTUUR : THURSDAY, MAY 91, 137. The Columbus Bank Swindle. During the administration of Mr. Fillmore, Mr. Corwia, then Secretary of the Treasury, entered into a con tract with one Col. Miner, the author ized agent of the City Dank of Colum bus, for the transfer of specie to New Orleans within sixty days. Minor re ceived a draft for $100,000 in solid gold, which he had plaoed to the cred it of the Columbus Insurance Com- jany in a bank of New York City. Some time after this transaction the Columbus Insuranco Company failed and the one hundred thousand dollars of Uncle Sam's money were swallowed up, as it is supposed, in the general Trrcck of that institution. The Gov ernment sued the City Bank of Co lumbus, with the agent of which Cor winlmd made the contract for the um thus lost, and the case was deci ded a few days since by Judgo McLean, who was of opinion that the contract was with the worthless Insurance Company. ThusUncleSam has been...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 21 May 1857

fec SUrijjur gnnctrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, MAY SI, IH47. The School Tax Defeated! To the 6urpriso of ever sincere friend of education, to tho mortifica tion of all who have at heart the fair fame of Mc Arthur, and to tho discour agement and utter prostration of those anxions to Becare tho continued pros perity of the town, the proposition to lery eight mills on the dollar of the taxable property of this school district, for school house purposes, was defeat ed on Saturday last by six rotos 1 llaving voted almost unanimously, for a school house, only one month ago, at which timo the directors had tho right to levy as much tax as they thought proper for educational purpo ses, without a vote of the people ; hav ing carried the question in the affir mative, after a four-years' struggle ; having acknowledged that a comfort able school building was sadly needed here, what wonder that wo should be surprised, mortified, discouraged and even indignant nt tho result on Satnrday ? We a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 21 May 1857

More About the Comet. A lirtt!nu'iMii6troiHmcrofXcv Jersey h said to nrgo the following o'ljootiona to coiuutio oollifions j;onor - ally, im.l llio foolishly appnnnidl collision uuw talked of particularly. - ,. , ,. . . 1 hero ia nothing now in those ideas, but they may tcrul to quiet tho tllT ' 08 of tliO VelV Weak: H ., ... . lt. lllO Caitll fttld the COMei tiv.n M im nrriuK nf t in i.mn iw i-f 1 ( ftlio cr.itli'd orbit exactlt sit tho wimo timo if either wore a littlo too soon, 01" il lit JO too late, thctO Would ho HO a?xlm. Xmv the JTobuhiKfy uf; tb:: kj-5 1: .-h t'mo a verv small, I.i fh: yu IrJ j, a comet crossed tho i j,:. of tlx eu'h's orbit si! out n month u:ba-the ea.-th arriv-od at the .!aee v.Ii-.t? i had crvsod, r.r. J '.ra sore? r.i::;:..::i ..frmLs sL-Uui &! :Iu t;r..cf ti.o cr 5-rr.'. i'd. L -n it ti.o co'.i!;'::i s..o-.M liiippon, it would n-".t injv.ri tb'i earth. A comet ui.'.y ho said to be a'.nust all tail: now the quantity of matter prov ed to bo contained...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 28 May 1857

I!) f ji ff fdMW & w &m ft r r EQUAL AXD EX 4 IT J L'STICE TO ALL MEX, OF WHATEVER STATE Oil FEItSUASlOX, KELIGIOl'S OK POLITICAL. Tlios. Jtfftrson. VOL. 5. M'AHTIIUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MAY 28, 1857. NO. 41. 3r The McArthur Democrat. PUBLISHED EVERT THUHSD.iT BY PEAItCE & SFEACE. ALEX. FEARCE. . JOHN T. 8FEHCE. OFFICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, ITKONT BTKtlT, m'aktui'u, OHIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. One copy one year, in advunce, 1,50 If paid alW nix months. 2,00 Clubs of ten now eubucriber to 1 P. 0. 10.00 The money must luvuri.ibly accompany the Cnlorn from Clubs. f-jf"No paper will bo discontinued until all ar- I jaraRes are paid up, unless at tbo option of the Publisher. When the paper In not ordered to be lincontin ned at the end of the year, It will be continued. TERMS OF ADVERimXG.' One Square (10 lines)! insertions fl,00 Each additional Insertion 25c 3 MONTHS. 6 HONTI1S. 12 MONTH. One square 3.00 5,rt) 3.00 Two squares 6,01) 8,00 12 00 Three do. 7.00 10,00 1.V00 i co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 28 May 1857

THE DEMO CI! AT. FEAUCK Jfc SPENCE, Editor. McAIlTllUR : tsii'iisd y, way ss, if.u. Kansas News. The Cincinnati Eitauinr Inn a cor mpondent at Lccompton, Kansas, who has been tellin pnnifi i m i-irwf n r f . . Ol'iUU i ill 'VI I 14 II L I truths about matters in that Territo ry, lie says that Robinson, ami other Anti-Nebraska," Topeka men have taken an oath to support tho law or ganizing the territory. This was ro quired of thorn bul'uru thoy were allow ed to practice law -at the bar ot the Territorial courts. Alter so much de nnnciatioii of the K:msas-Nebr.iska law on the part of those men ami thoir sympathizers, is it not strange that they should now agreu to support it ? A nolle prosequi has been entered in all tho treason easc9. This was done by the District Attorney on tho solicitation of Secretary Stan ton, who no doubt expressed the will of Gov. Walker. Tho new officers seem willing to make concessions in order to heal tho wounds and insure tho peace of the Territory. Several...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 28 May 1857

Slcrtjiur gnnottat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY. MY 8,- 18J7. New Job Type. Ilivlog recently made considerable addition to onr stock of Job Typo, we are now prepared to print Posters, Sale Bills, Programmes, and other kinds of Job Work, In good style and on short no-tie. The Prospect for Crops. Our exchanges ars unanimous in the opinion that a fair crop of wheat, will be produced this season, it the weather be favorable from now until j harvest. In the wheat growing States ofNewYoik, Pennsylvania, Indiaua, and Michigan, and in Caiia- da, tho wheat fields give promise of i yields. Ia our own State there will bo an averago crop. Oats, it is thought, will bo abundant. Fruits of every kiud will also bo plentiful. A good crop of corn, with the other bles sings which Damo Nature appears inclined to shower upon us in profu sion, will afford a relief to the country in iU commercial transactions that can scarcely be over-estimated. Opening of the M. & C. Railroad. A formal opening of this...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 28 May 1857

Agricultural. General Hints for the Season. 1. When there is danger of frost or 1 leak winds, shelter all delicate plants, ft.wcrs, and fruit trees, whether in I loom, or just coming into, or going 'lit of hlooiu. A. sheet, or bit of cot ton cloth, or piece of matting, or some f those " hay caps " we spoke of lust : ummer, or even an old box or pneket, r measure turned up side down, will furnish cheap defences from the irost. A very little watchfulness and care may, without any expense in money, save many a delicacy from destruction. 2. In planning your work for the v.cxt month, think over, if you are likely to bo pressed for time, what must be done, and put that into one class; put what may le deferred into another class. Attend to the tirst class of work tirst. If a rain, or some other inevitable hindrance to the iirst class of work occurs, then see what you can do to forward it, when tho timo comes for resuming it. Af ter doing this, if it can be dono, then, if you have leisure-,...

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 June 1857

t ... . lie TQVAL AIS'D EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL ME. OF WHATEVER STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL. Thos. Jefferson. VOL. 5. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JUNE 4, 1857. NO. 42. The McArthur Democrat. 7 fUBUSHED EVERT TH0ESDAT BY PEARCE & SI'ECE. HIT. PEARCE. JOHS T. SFEKCE. OFFICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, TRONT ITBEKT, ll'ARTHCB, OHIO. If paid a Clubi of The moi ATilflr frnm I lnhfl. RTNo paper will ba discontinued until 11 ar lur(fcs are paid op, unlets at the option of the fublitther. Whan the paper is not ordered to bo discontin ted at the end of the year, it will bo continued. TEIUIS OF ADVERTISING. OneBquaro (10 line) S insertions 1,00 Xacb addllional innartlon 25c t MONTHS. 6 MONTHS. 12 MONTHS. One square 3.00 5.00 fS.OO Two square 8.00 8,00 H.00 Three do. . 7,00 10,00 15.00 V eolnmn - 10,00 18,00 20.00 C column iH.OO M,00 80,00 All rule and fl(turTOwiU be charged one lialf more than ths aTrJ jt. , " Special noUoes will b . d double the above rat. cd V , Awards of Thys...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 June 1857

THE DEMOCRAT. PEAIUE & 8PESCE, EditHrs. McARTIIUR : Till'IiSDlY, Jl'XE 4, 1S5T. Collision Between the Authorities! —U. S. Marshals Arrested and Imprisoned! A short time ago somo Depnty U. S. Marshals attempted to arrest a fu gitive slave, owned in Kentucky, who had escaped on the Under Ground Rail Road m far towards Queen Vic's possessions as Mcclianiesbtirgli, Champaign County. Tho attempt was unsuccessful, the negro hav ing fortified himself in the upper part of a log cabin, tho aperture leading to which was just largo enough to admit the body of one person. The follow who harbored tho negro, had also summoned a number of his broth er abolitiouists, who threatened vio- lenco to the Marshals if they attempt cd to seize tho runaway. Having ad ded to their forces, the Marshals re turned a few days afterwards, with warrants of arrest for the harborer o tho negro and his aiders and abetters The fugitive lad made good his es cape to Canada, but the Marshals ar rested somo half dozen...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 June 1857

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, JINK 4,. New Job Type. Having recently made t aousiderable addition toouratookofjob Type, waare now prepared to print Poatcrs,S!a Bills, Programmes, and other klndsof Job Work.ln good style and on short no te. . Valuable Publications. The most valuablo work that has been published in this country for a long time, is tho Abridged Debater of Congress, from 1739 to 1S56, by lion. Thomas II. Benton. llio debutes which took placo immediately after tho formation of the Federal Govern ment, and down to a later period, have been inacessiblo to tho mass of the people Filed away among tho mus ty records of tho Government or in the libraries of tho great, they were nev er used for the enlightenment of tho pcoplo, and, in fact, the hugo tomes in which they were scatterod here and there, made any rcferenco to them a work of no little research and lubor to thoso who wero fortunate enough to rtnaaaoj tliam HPIt.. iyul .. n n 1 1 rn ... . , i niteen ot wuat was lormerly ...

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

Agricultural. n-.-:.i3. i . 1 T 3 V ' Cuitivation of Broom Corn. adaitOtl tO it. and its lnvpiT pri'llltl'll- i . . ' , i ' !. tion to receive the sceJ, aio oi prime importance. It id Sometimes 6Kid that ' ... .,. I In reply to the inquiries of several j Correspondents would sav that on tins BiinjeiT, wo j the selection of soil " :i : , nn nni : UUj bull III VWIH-ll liiHitiu ii ui f row will answer for Lroom corn. I hia is hardly true. Cold, 6titl'andJ wet land um&t bo avoided, and so j niubt that infected with the roots or i ' seecb of weeds. Eroom com is nat-! tiially slow in its early growth, and nced3 a warm, rich and finely pulver ized soil. Nor will it always succeed without a littlo help from some con centrated fertilizer, ns guano, etc. And after it has got a start, it cannot contend with weeds, like Indian corn. If the farmer is 80 unwise as to plant it in a soil of " foul 6tnfl'," he may cx .pect to labor hard and perse veringly to SNuuuo tho weeds, or they will sub-: ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 11 June 1857

a a it i:oual a; v j: 'i :c:; to at.l ni:?., or VtiLvrxvns; state on peissuasiox, nELiGiors on iolitical. Thot. jtfferson. VOL. M'AltTHUlt, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JUNE 11, 1857. 0. 43. r r The McArthur Democrat. rUBL::5i;D EVERY THUSD-.J BY I'lIAtJCMi A: fcl'UXC J:. Air.x. i ci:. jows x. srr.sce. OFFICE IX MAI.'.'NF.'S 15 1' I IV i X 0, :.i.. r tfj'.hKT, K'.iji7iaii, oiiiv. TERMS Or PIIU.U'ATION. O-ioi-npynitoycnr, in i.dviinco, t"rw,!S.cr.u,fr. o. 'lha moi.o ntua'. iuvuiiibv uwomuiii- tho r"Xo paper will be discontinued until all r i '.irnsjca nrc p.iid uti, unlo ut the oplitu of the l'ulili ihcr. When the paper is not ordered to bo discontin ued at the end ol the year, it will bo continued. Tliliti OV AliVtli'llaIXt;. OiiuSiiiuro (10 Une&)3 l;.toitiuB3 f 1 ,00 ).ch additional insertion 25o 8 MoNTiia. 0 Months. 12 month. Oiicqmira fJ-CO j,00 $3,00 Two ..in. id COO 8,00 12.00 i , i . n nnnrt 1 . fill V column 10 00 15.P0 0.00 , ioohimn 15,00 20,00 E0.00 All : I J.'xmto work will b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 11 June 1857

THE DEMOCRAT. PEARCE A SPENCE, Editors. McARTnUR : THURSDAY, Jl'XE 11, 1837. Election Riots at Washington. Tho citizens of Washington, D. C. being called upon on tho 1st day of June, iust., to elect members of tho two boards of Council and other mu nicipal officers, wero disturbed, many of thcin eeverely hurt iind others kill ed outright by a set of Know Nothing bullies, such as smashed tho ballot loses at Cincinnati and murdered men women and children at Louis ville, New Orleans and Baltimore. It seems that thceo rascals in Wash ington, fearing that they wcro not Btrong enough to concrol tho election, invited kiadred spirite from Balti more, who bear tha euphonious and highly appropriate nanio of Plvg Uglies, to assist them in their nefari ous attempt to smother tho will of the people at tho ballot box. The plug uglies accepted tho invitation of tho Washington Rip-Raps, went to the Bccne of their anticipated triumph and, when the time arrived for voting, com menced their usual game...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 11 June 1857

The McArthur Democrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. VTe publish the following Tor tho benefit of sub scribers to newspapers : 1. Subscribers who do not five notice to tho ontrary, are considered as wishing to continue A T . .1 1 II 1 . 1. n JiMntittnilanA. ef their papers, the publisher nay continue to Mnuttiom until an arroarafres aru yum. t. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take their periodicals from the otlice 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 tho publisher, and tho paper are sent to tho former direction, they aio Lid re sponsible. 9. The courta havo decided that refusing to take papers from the olrleo, or removing; and leaving them uncalled for, is prima faeit evidence of in tentional fraud. I.,l . .. . .1. .! 11. , ... unviimsiciii n nu nt'uiy a puonsner mat uis pa per is not taken from the oltice, aro required to i...

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