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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 February 1858

Miscellaneous Articles. Hard Times and Newspapers. The Boeton Chronicle, in an article i . . ..v: l. ... 11 . on thi subject, well remarks : If the people only knew the difficul ties newspaper publishers have to con tend with, just now, they would never want to bo dunned hslt'-a dozcii times for such small amounts as two or three or four dollars. Labor, paper, and ink have to bo paid in cash ; yet we doubt very much if there. aro any establishments which could bo more than self-sustainiujj, if customers wo'd only pay what they owe, without tak ing from ono to two years to do it in. If the press of the country gradually declines both iu numbers, ability, and respectability, those who have abused the leniency of the proprietors in the matter of credits, Rill be alone to bhuno for the unfortunate issue. And that such will bo the case we. can ea sily foresee. Tho storm in the com mercial world will destroy the weak est, and many of the best of our news papers. Men cannot perform mira cl...

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. — 11 February 1858

i Mm jm V EQUAL AXD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEM, OF WHATEVER STATE OK IEUSUASIO., ItELIGIOl'S Oil POLITICAL.-Thos. Jefferson. VOL. 0. M'AHTIIUIi, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, FEBRUARY 11, 1853. NO. 26. nUMUNll IN 11 III H U Li .H II III 1 H V i r The McArthur Democrat. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BV FEAUCE & SI'EXCE. HEX. FEARCE. JOHS T. 8PEKCE. OFFICE IX MALOXE'S BUILDING, FRONT ITKEKT, ll'ikRTHt'R, OHIO. TEIUIS OF Pl'IlLICATION. On copy one year, In advance, 1.S0 2.00 (.'lul of ten new subscriber tol P. 0. 10,00 The money must invariubly accomuany the' rJe from Clubs. t-j?"Nopuper will be discontinued uutil oil nr-1 vMiZ.tM v?' unir tl' op,ion of tl,e When, tho ppr is licfi ordered to bo cficontin- td at tkieudur the jrear.it win ixconunuaii. Trnjrs of advertising. Eae'lf aTjUi(n0aliil!Cer',InPCr''On" lt'TLN,C..t',loNis.''iV'lIONT'us,! Onaaqtmro $3.oi 5.oo .') 7eo8l)dr ?;SS i.:oo im yk column 10.no woo 2 .o q column ivoo an 00 o,oo All rule nnd fu'iiro worlc will bo charged one hiiif more t...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 11 February 1858

President's Message. . The following is the message of (he Pres. dent on the Lecomptou Constitution, icceiv. tJ on Tuesday by both Houses of Congns. WASHINGTON, Tuesday, Feb.2. I have received from Mr. Calhoun, Presi dent of the late Coiistitutioiral Convention of Kansas, a cupy.duly cert ifieJ by himself, of the Constitution franwil by that bodv, with the expression of the hope that 1 would submit the same to the consideration of Con cress, "with the view of the admission of Kansas into the Union as an independent State." Incompliance with this request, 1 herewith transmit to Congress fr its action the Constitution of Kansa. with the ordi nance respecting the public lands, as well as the letter of Mr. Calhoun, dated Leeompton, the 13th ultimo, by which they were accom panied. Having received but a single copy of the Constitution and ordinance, I send this to the Senate. A great delusion seems to pervade the pub lic mind in relation to the condition of par. ties iu Kansas. This aris...

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. — 11 February 1858

The McArthur Democrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1858 DCT Jonn F. Bbavk, lately a la borer on the Cincinnati and Marietta Railroad, can obtain bis land warrant by calling upon Gaylord & Ilanna, McConncl6ville,Ohio. If John should see this die ought to send ns tho pic ture of an eagle btatnpcd on silver, by way of acknowledgment I S r. Tatuick's Daw Somo of the folks about yQlcski have determined to have a celebration of St. Patrick's Day, tho 17lh of March next. There will be high mass at 10 o'clock A. M., and a discourso at 2, P. M., by Rcy. P. McMahan, who will bo assisted on tho occasion by other clergymen. Tho Choir from Wilkcsvillo will bo pres ent, and, also, a bras band from Cin cinnati. Sco advertisement. OCT" Tho Commissioners of this county met on Monday last for tho TMimoso of rrrrivinrrthnnfiw.nil !,n,wk ! r o of tho Prolate Judge and Clerk of tho Court. Thoso officers, Messrs. B. P. Hewitt and Georgo Lantz, were in ducted to their' respective offices,...

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. — 11 February 1858

Domestic Economy Recipes. From the Homestead. I'uown li:i:ai. Take throe quarts of corn meal nmj wet it up with boil ing water, lotting itstaiiil twenty min utes to sweel, then ad J one quart I y3 meal, or, it' tlia.t is not convenient, mid one jiint of wheat llnr, nnl one tea cup of molas-jes, nml wet (lie whole up with mill; or com water; then Lmko two hours, or until done. Corn Cake. Take corn monl and wet u; with boiling water an J butter milk, equal parts; mako it as thick 03 batter, and add n little 6alt to suit your taste, and bako it in a hot oven lor breakfast. To be eaten hot. Snow Coax Cakk. Take two quarts of corn meal, and wet it up with snow instead of water; mix the dough hard; then add 6alt to tho taste, and bake us other corn bread, in square this oiu inch deep. This is said to bo in excellent bread. F. The following receipts wo notice go ing the rounds of our exchanges, and have lost traue of thoir origin. Tho former has common 8en.so other simple ingredients. amon...

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. — 18 February 1858

ft If mil 4 MP EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL HIES, OF WIIATEVEIt STATE Oil FEKSUASION, ItELIGIOl'S OK TOLITICAI Thos. Jefferson. VOL. 6. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, FEBRUARY 18, 1858. NO. 27. Bt$rt)ur gtmocrat. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ST FEARCE & SPEXCE. ALIX. FIARCE. JOHN T. SPENCE. OFFICE IN MALOKE'S BUILDING, ISONT rTBEKT, m'aBTIIVK, OU1U. TERMS OF PUBLICATION". One copy ono voar, in dvanc, 1 .50 If paid after alx month, 2,00 Club of tou new ttuWriber tol P. 0. 10,00 The money mutt invariably ftucuuia!iy the orJers from Club. t3f No paper will be discontinued until all r- Uumei are paid up, unless at the optluo of the Publisher. Whon tho paper in not ordered to be dUcontin sed at the end of the year, It will be continueU. . TEKMS OF ADVERTISING. OoeSanare HO lineal 8 Insertions fl.00 Tityh n.lilltinmil tia,i;nn nv1 8 MONTHS. 6 MONTHS. 13 MONTHS. One square $8.00 5,00 $S,uO Two square 6.00 8,00 12.00 Three do. 7,00 10.00 15,00 U column 10,00 15.00 s'l.oo if column 15,00 8...

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. — 18 February 1858

ITIE DEAIO CR T. ! AI.UX. fEAP.CK, Koitok. McARTIlUR : I TIUKSIMV, rCURIMRY H, IS.iS. ; r-.tfi.'.. .-r The Independent Treasury Bill. The Chairman of the Committee of, Finance, Hon. Win. S. Hatch, ns our renders :tro already aware, lias intro- dmvd ii.t the Senate of Ohio a bill lor the better collection, disbursement and keeping f Uio uiblie moneys. Its main fcKtures are, ns given by the! Cincinnati Enquirer, (whose remarks upon the subject wc heartily endorse,) : a-i fullow3 : First, it provides fur the collection of taxes semi-annually, half, in June and half in December of each vcar, instead of all at one time, as at i present. Nothing is to bo received for taxes except gold and silver and the notes of specie-paying Ohio banks which issue no notes of ft less donomi-1 nation than $5. If they issue smaller ' bills than that they will not be receiv-J c 1. This is to continue until the 1th t July, ISo'O. From that timo until ISC nothing will pay taxc3 but spe cie and the notes of sp...

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. — 18 February 1858

1 LOCAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1858. TnE MoEMOKS AND INDIANS. By late arrivals from California and Ore gon, we learn tliat the Mormons are tampering with tlio Indians to induce an alliance against tlio United States. It h rumored in Oregon that the Snake Indians intend to join the Mor mons, aud other tribes wcro counsell ing as to what they had better do. From Santa Fo we lenrn that as yet there had been no palpallo dem onstrations of the Utah Indians, but that tho Mormon emissaries wera evi dently tampering with them. The agents had been instructed to act with liberality and caution towards them, and if possible prevent an alliance. OCT" In pursuance of tlio law, in eucli case madu and provided, the people- of ElkTownship will .bo called upon, on the first Monday in April, in tho present year of our Lord, 1S5S, to elevate somebody to tho dignified and tespousiblo station of" Squire!" TI1030 who nro ambitious to attain to this dizzy height of public honor, or who may wan...

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. — 18 February 1858

Agricultural. gange in the Policy of Ohio Farmers. A street corner conversation, on a nold day, with a purty of intelligent farmers from the ;rcnt Miami Valley, 'iits U3 in possession ot tbo fuct that tliu frtruiera in that region do not fat ten more than one-fourth tlio number of ho;a which thev wero in tho habit of making uinrketublo four years ago. A very large number of first class former do not attempt to fat ten more Logs than to supply themselves with meat. The hog crop was short in tho Miami Valley last year, and will this year fall far L-Jow tho last year's fig ure. There is a vast yearly increase of the breadth of ground devoted to wheat and other small grains, and to grass. It has been discovered that iho continued culture of land in corn, and wholesale putting of corn into hogs, uses up land at a ruinous rate, for which hog money is not sufficient compensation. Besides it is ft pro vailing impression that raising wheat, barley, oats, potatoes, hay, etc., and having drove...

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 March 1858

i 4sfl tir EQUAL AND EXALT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF, WHATEVER STATE OB PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OB POLITICAL-Vto. Jtgerum. VOL. 6. M'ARTHUR, VCOTON COUNTY, OHIO, MARCH 4, 1858. NO, .28- W Stmocrat. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BY PEAKCE A SPENCE. ALIX. FEARCE. JOHN T. SPKSCE. OFFICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, FRONT ITBEKT, H'AIITHC, OniO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Out copy one year, In advance, $1,50 If paid after MX months. t00 Clubs of ten now subrlbor to 1 P. 0. 10,00 The money must Invariably accompany the erJers from Clubs. rsfNn DftDer will be dlncontlrmcd nntil all ar- Harare are u!d up, unless at the option of the Publisher. ' When the paper Is not ordered to bo dUcontin tied at the end of the year, it will be continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Square (10 lines) 8 Insertions $1,00 Each additional insertion 25c 8 MONTHS. 6 MONTHS. 11 MONTHS. One square $8.00 $5,00 $3,00 Two squares 6,00 8,00 13,00 Three do. 7,00 10,00 15,00 V column 10,00 15,00 80.00 ij column 15,00 S0.OO 80,00 All rule and ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 March 1858

THE DEMOCRAT.! jr. ; ALEX. PEAECE, Eimon. JJe ARTHUR AAA TIUKSDAY, .MAltCJI 4, IS58. The President and Kansas. As we anticipated, tliere is now heard a general howl of the Black Re publican pri'69 ahont Kansas being in n fair way for admission ft9 a 6lave State. It will be recollected that these howlera about Kansas declared in their rhilmlelpliia Platform that Congress had sovereign power over the territo ries for their government, thus deny ing to the people of Kansas and Ptlicr territories tho right to govern them selves. According to this Black Re publican doctrine, Congress might pass all laws for Kansas, henceforth and forever, without in tho least con suiting the wishes of the governed. The people there might hare framed a Constitution to suit themselves and approved it bj a unanimous vote, find still Congress, being supreme as the King upon his throne, might have re j''ttod it, and thus perpetuated indefi nitely its "sovereign power." It was against this hatelul doctrine tha...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 4 March 1858

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. We pnhth. h the folio log tor the benefit of tab. acrlbers to newspapers;' ' . 1. Subscribe who do not IrW tf th contrary, ara consider! m wUbln to oontinoa eir subscription. . ' t If tb sobscrlberw order tha disoontlnuanea of their paper, the publisher nay contlnua to aendthemnntll ell arrearages ara paid. - I. if.nbscrtber refuse or neglect to take their peiiodtca.li from the office to which they ere di rected, they ere held responsible until they have ettled the bill end ordered them discontinued. 4. !f subscribers remov.j to other places with out informing the publishers, end the papers era Bent to the former direction, tbey are held re iponlblo. 8. The courts have decided that refusing to take papers from the orflee. or removing and leaving them uncalled for, h prima fact evidence of In tentlnnal fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per is not taken from the olllca, are required to See Post Office Instructions and La...

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. — 4 March 1858

Agricultural. , 'vVXYfti Hints for the Season. Attend to your stock. Seo that they aro properly led and cared for. A some of yonrcows will 60on ca!vo, have them, and their young, uuder good shelter, and let the mothers be fed with cure. Ewe will lftmb about this time: feed them well, and the lambs will liaTe plenty of nourishment. If any disease should appear in the flock, at tend to it promptly. Where you intend to plow early, manuro may bo carted upon the land. Do not 6pread it, however, bnt leave it in large heaps. Let the spreading bo dure just previous to plowing. Gee that your fences aro in good re pair; it is bad policy to have to work at them when you ought to bo plow ing or sowing. Have all kinds of seeds ready; it will save time at some subsequent peiiod. See that all your tools are in good order. If any are out of repair, have them mended immediately. By spend ing a littlo money now, yon may ob tain some new tool or implement, that will greatly lessen your labor during th...

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. — 11 March 1858

rT-: . , . - v 1 .' - - - ' J I . . ; . . -r,A A. Jk. A a A. A ' x l W -r- - - - - - , -i . n i r -.vv v;r tQUAl AIDJEX ACT JUSTICE TO ALL WEX, OF WHATEVER STATE OU PEnSCASIQXntUGIOUS OB POLITICAL- TV. JfJerKni. ... , . J" :SvoK- ; 1; ? ' i onio, ' march m- ;& ; :.v k6: so. ur;-.-'-- ?-.rtr--.t err Was. ; ETERf TH0E8D T; BY . . PEA HC1J SPEXCE." 'y : - v; 0n copy one wr. In Jvoocr- 1,50 If palJ m Clnb of IJ ufter motion, !ri ton now fuWrilxtrii toll1. f; W.OO i rarNn nnrr wilfbo .liiw iiainneJ until 11 r- i i .iTiiec aro jiailnp,iiilif ' thltioB of th When tliO pnrT 1? nn irilcrcl tn r,8 piwonMn TEUiJ Of ADVERTISiM?i EU nidiUn'niil.HmiorUon.. .1 . 25c ., .8 uomn OXTH. U MONTH. Onmqnro. . lno 5,oa , S.0O TVo square" -.1.00 - . S.M ' 12 00 Tle lo;. 7,00 ' , 10,00 1.1.00 V column lo.oo l.i.oo , so.no ( roinmii ,",oo , ,w, All rnlc nnd flenro work, will bo clmrRca ono h.ifVorotUnti.oni.nTcrutoi.. iceiui nuviuv-i wilt Curd f riivie"uin. I.a'jorn, or other, con- tafninjrffvo lilieaor ...

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. — 11 March 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. ALEX. I'EAHcE, J:ditob. McARTIlUR : TIIl'KSDAY, M.tlUIl II, 1838. Sale of the Ohio Canals. There is n bill now before tho Leg islature authorizing tliu sale of the Oliio canals. Tlic it ports of tlto Ca nal Commissioners 6!iow that the ex cess of expenditures over receipts for the past three years amounts to the en m of 102.405 25. It is evident that during this period the Canals have not paid expenses, nnd it is high time that something should bo done to 3t'p the drain upon the Treasury. We believe the public works will pay if rightly managed, but whether they will ever yield much of ft revenue to the State under the present state of afiairsis extremely doubtful. They i been . prill. .o,,c of trouble ouo way or nnothci lor years past, r . 1 - . I corruption aim mismanagement iiavcinriy frequently been charged upon the per SOUS having them under contra aiiu they have also created dissensions in thc ranks of both political parties. ' dividing them into canal arid anti-c...

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. — 11 March 1858

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. Wepablish tlic following for tha benefit of sub scriber to newspaper! 1. 8ubcril.cr who do not glvo notice to tho er-otrary, em considered as wishing to continno .e!r im'bscription. 1. If the subscribers OTder the discontinuance of their paper, the publisher nay eontinuo to Mild thorn until all arrearages aro paid. 8. If subscriber refno of neglect to take their periodical from ths office to which they are di rected, they aro held responsible until they have settled the' bill und ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with out Informing the publishers, and tho paper nro tent to the foriucr direction, they are held ro poni bio. 5. The court lwvo decided thatrefnsing to take papers from tlio olllcc. or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is prima fault evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmaster who notify a publisher that his pa per Is not tiikcn from the ollice, are rcqnire.l to See Post Office Instructions...

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. — 11 March 1858

Agricultural. From the Ohio Cultivator. Gardening Hints for March. If not already clone, now is the time to look ub'.nit, nikl concliulo wlnre ti plant tins tlimg ami where that, ana arrange your pardon accordingly. Where yon want to j-Iant onions, pnt on well rotted manure while the ground ia frozen or hard, thus pre venting' any injury that might arise from tramping while wet. Onions. CablKigea. cauliflower, peppers, Let ts, radishe9 and all eiidi, reqtiiro a very rich soil, while beans, peas, tomatoes, and all such as run natnrally too much to leaf, do best on strong soils, where there is not a superabundance of loam. They fruit much better, and are less liable to rot. Clay land, manured, Mw1nsna tlm luct ti ti i n ti wQ tlliV lm. F i i -.t. i i i ing Cieiu ami inn, wun uiu very uirbi, 1 ... - . aromatic tin For. Plow your garden over deep and well, as soon as it is dry enough, thus giving tho frost a chance to pulverize it, and to destroy the cut-worni8. Sow early peas, the soon...

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. — 18 March 1858

si i j hi TflT EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF WHATEVER STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICA lThos. Jefferson. VOL. 6. M'AIITIIUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MARCH 18, 1858. NO. 31. rUSLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BY ALEX. PEARCE. OFFICE IN HALONE'S BUILDING, ONT tTRIKT, M'RTHCH, OHIO. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. One copy one yor, In advance, $1.60 IT paid afiarwu month., 8.00 Clubt of l ' ten new subscribers tol P. 0. 10.00 The rnnnv mnat invariably aceomnanv the filers from Clubs. No paper will be discontinued nntll all r Uarages are paid up, anient at the option of the Publisher. When the paper Is not ordered to be discontin ued at the end of the year, it will be continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Square (10 lineal 8 Insertions.. Each additional insertion fl.00 2S0 12 MONTHS. f.S.00 12.00 8 MONTHS. 6 MONTHS. One ((inure (3 00 6.00 7,00 10.00 ts.oo 8.00 10,00 15,00 Two sqnarea Three do. V column IS .00 20 00 80.00 X column 1S.0O 21.00 All rnlennd fliturc work will be charged ono kutf ...

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. — 18 March 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. . ALIX. PEA RUE, Editor. 1 McAKTIlUH: TMLKSOAY. .llARtll IS. 1858. ii-ncJ The County Printing. one, at any time or phici is extreme-i ly JisagiteaMo to as. We are inclin ed to get through the world with our neighbors with just as kw tilts as possible, and for that reason havo for borne to mention eomo matters, in a public way, until necessity has posi tively compelled us to x!o so. If we speak plainly, therefore, thoso who may feel agrieved can console them selves witli the happy reflection that their own intermeddling disposition and anxiety to do injustice to and in jure us havo beea the causes of the grievance. We find inthelnst McArthur Jour nal & proposal which its editor, J. W. M Uetn, inaue 10 me voinuy vouiiios- ...... i . r ... l.. r r . i eioners at their recent session, for; printing the blanks used by the va riuiis olll era. In that proposal he de el'ires that the pi ice now 1 a d I y the j countv for such work, is two doHais , for full quires, ami one ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 18 March 1858

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. W poMl-h the following for the benefit of mV 1. Subscribers who Jo not give nottoe to the eor.tiMry. are considered as wishing to continue .eir sin-cri-non. t. li' tiie,ubs,rihcr order tin diontimiancogH. of their paper, the publisher nay eouliMie to KtSrA tt,!r periodica'. from the otlica to which they aredi-jd '"V"! 1 "V . , J .1 1: i.-j i ., f rt-nni 111a 1111111 t,i v ckib SS'.ti i.i i, t 1 1 nni or.iirfd 1111:111 111. .' 11 mien. jr,uh-riiH.TivniovHt'f.tiier p!ce- itl ont Informing the puMisHers. ami tne papej.are mm t th luriuer airwuon, liicj nro nu;a r aomimb'ii . Ti ffour'.H baveduoij.'d t Ti jt ri-fu-intr to tnlto r,.r; from ti e J,-c. or removing .n.l r.in( them nn.nllcd for, Ufrima unVcvldciu-eof in- ton'i..nai ircvi. Pri. 11. .t '..Vontv. m tiu ..tfi-e. ara required t-i See Post Office Instructions and Laws. thuusday, march is. ms. A Change. The rsnder will notice Hint Mr. Spenco lun retired from this pnper, and that it is no...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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