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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 18 March 1858

The Iron Age. Foets have giTento each ego oftLu world'i history a typical metal, one which has characterized and typified the leading features of ciriliration at the time, and which, so to 8K-ak, by it owu physical properties and uses, has manners customs and habits of the people theu liring. Following the idea of the poets, wo call this the Iron Age; for if any period deserved such a name, it is that portion of time which we call "to-dayl" Iron is our strength and stay; without it, tlie on ward march of civilization must stop, and the word ''Progress" bo cancelled from our lan "uage By a providential arrangement, Iron is universal in its occurrence in nature, and by human ingenuity and talent it is universal in its application. Let us look first at its universal occurence, and think how vast must I e tlie quantity in the world. It is found in all the rocks that form the crust of the glob, in greater or less quantity, as may be Been from the pre vela nco of red and reddish brown iq ...

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. — 25 March 1858

- - - r ,1 taw 1.1 I V EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OP WIIATEVEII STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL. Thos. Jtffeno. VOL. 0. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MARCH 25, 1858. NO. 32. ' . ... ' ,e-.'- . I I It! A . Itcrtur Democrat. PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY BY ALEX. 1'EARCE. , OTFICE IN MALOXE'8 BC1LD1NO, MONT ITRLIT, M'RTI1CR, OUIO. TERMS OF FUBMCATIOJf. One copy one year, lu advance, 1,30 If paid after IX non'h, 1 00 Club of ton ne auWnbors tol P. O. . 10.00 --The rannuT must liiTariJ.ly sccoinpanjr the1 Men from Clubr. -jf"Xo I'nper ill be dlMontlnncd nntll all ar Uaroire are paid up, rule. at tho option of the PuhHaher. When the papor Is uot ordered to bo diin-ontin-d at the end uf the year, it will be continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OneP(uaro (loiincnis inwrtiona $1.00 tach adJiliollul Io-tortion 2Sfl:,,n 8 UONTHS, It UAlTltll. 14 VAMTll. One icjnaro 3 no f.voo is,oo lo on o!no Two aqitnres 6 00 8.00 Three do. 7,00 10.00 V column 10.00 1.V00 Wolnmn 1V00 Sn.oo 80,00...

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. — 25 March 1858

rHE DEMOCRAT. ALU. PEABCE. Eoitob. McAHTHUli TIll'ltSDAY. MARCH 5. 185. The Habeas Corpus Law Repeated. Tliu Lofrilatnro Iihb repealed t!ie law 1'iissfil by tlie Kejiillicuii8 which aim-h'li J tlio " liuU-aa cnriiis" act. The i fl' ot of thia aiiR'iitlmi'iit wan to xhicc cellinion Wtwi'in tho btuto iri'l Natiuiiiil autlmritk'B. All tin1 Roinihlicans voted apiinst the repeal, gave Mr. Harrison, who advocated it, much to tlio mortification and iharin of liia brethren. The old Jtaleas cor pus of the English law, and the only unc recognized by the Federal Gonnti tution, and protected tBH)oially by its provisions, was to this effect: that any ritiz- n could euo out a writ Irotn a Judjte of a Court of Record, address ed to any persons having prisoners in their custody, to show cause why they were held in confinement. This glo rious old writ ot liberty, which had existed for hundreds of years, did not suit the purposes of tho Black Repub licans. They sought to destroy'its character and tur...

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. — 25 March 1858

St llfcjr democrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. TIIUHSIMY, SiAUCII , 183S. Court of Common Pleas. This Court set Monday, March 22.1, 1853. Members of the Car present from a distance: Wm. T. McClintick, M. L. Clark, A. Yaplo, Chillicotho. II. S. Bnndy, R. C. Hoffman, J. Vantneter, Jackson C. II. J. M. Dana. John Welch, U. Wil ton, L. L. Smith, L. Jewett, S. S Knowles, Athens. II. R. Saunders, L. II. Culver, Lo yan. Several cases wcie disposed of cn tbc calling of tho docket, being cases about which there was no litigation. Tho case of Teters against Beck was submitted to tho Jury on Monday evening. This was an action brought to recover the value ofsomo hogs which tho plaintiff avers escaped from a lot purchased by him of the defend ant, and that the defeudunt converted them to his own uso. The J ury, af- ter anaosenco oi a lew mmuies, re-, turned a verdict of $2 fur tho M r. Din-haul for plaintiff ; ou,l. P!vl..v"nn,I Yn,,1u fur tst 4A V v i sv i 07 T I dant, On Tuesday mo ruing tno VJourt .1 ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 25 March 1858

Wit and Humor. Yankee Courtship. Yankee ronrtship, in this country, is a "jcculiar institution," and tlio parties at first sight are shy as rab bits. Sally generally sits m tlio chim ney corner, beside the dyo-pot, knit ting Btockings, gnd Jonathan sits in the opposite cornor, eating applos, enappiug a seed occasionally at his Bwectheat, and looking at the pictures in the fire. Tims they will sit ana my "nothing hardly" until Into iiitbo evening, nud Jonathan thinks it time to ro home, when ho will put on his hat, ki.d depart with boiuo such re mark us thin: . 'Well, Sal, I gnesj Id Uttr-r bo gittin' along. It's bog-killin' to-nior-row, and I've got to be up right 6mart airlv." 'Good night, Jonathan, call agin," is the response of Sally; and she puts up her kuuting-work aim goes bed. ,kIIir," says Joshua (her name is Mehitablo, but wo call her Hit, for shortness.) after "sittin up" with her till near midnight, without saying a word. "1 don't know much abuot courting, butef you'll ju...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 1 April 1858

If Iff WW EQUAL AXD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL HIE. OF WHATEVER STATE OK I'EItSUASIOX, HEL1GIOIS OK POLITICAL. Thot. Jefferson. VOL. G. M'ARTHUH, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, APML 1, 1858. NO. 33. I &)e JHfJvdjiir Snnotrat. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BY ALEX. I'EAIIC'E. tti'FICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, IRoM 6TK11.T, U'AHTIIl It, OHIO. TERNS OF ITM.ICATION. One eopy one venr, in advance, l,5't If paid after mx month. Clubs of ten new auhacribent to 1 P. 0. lo,00 The money must invuriuMy accompany the enters from Clubs. tSTNo paper will be discontinued until all r .iMrHKci are paid up, units ut the option of the 1'ublislicr. When tlio yinper is not ordorcd to bo diseontin ucd at the ond of tho year, it will bo continued. T Ell .MS OF ADVERTISING. One Square (11 lines') 8 insertions fl.00 Each additional ini-ertinn 25e 2 MONTHS. I) MONTH, li JIONTHC Onesnuaro tl.oo tM0 t'.uo 1 Two squares 6.01) 6,00 112.00 Three do. 7.00 10,00 15,00 i columu 10.no 15,00 20.00 i column 15.00 20,00 80,00 All rule mid ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 1 April 1858

THE DEMOCRAT.! ALEC. PEAP.CE, Euitoi. ; ! j ' j McAKTHF II TIIVllSPAY. A I' 1 1. I, IS68. The Journal and the Printing. ... .1 T 1. Hie article in me jowna, ihm week, requires no reply from us. only confirms what we said in regard ! tn t ha t,lWt oftlie bid which the tli-' - v- St tor of that paper laid before tho Com-I'ito 11 , . , . ,.! missioners namely, to deprivo thd rkm.n,,,tV r tlm M-iutin if Demomt tp si ol tho , imtm , i( possible, ifnc.t t. manufacture a .tie ; political capital wherewith to aid the political capital Republicans in tho campaign next Fall. In accordance with this scheme tho Journal has alrealy begun to as sault the Commissioners, and inti mates that it will ''refer to the subject again." Of course it will. The whole trick was designed to give the Jour- I nai Bo.neu.mg io re.er w, nnu u ; will keep on ''referring'' to it until ; after the next election. The Journal refers to tho lid of T. ' R. Stanley, a gctlcman who doubtle aidm-torarrvthroivdithe uoiu.iits...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 1 April 1858

EJ DJcrthur growers.. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. We pnblbsh the fidlcwlr.gfcr tie teribrrs to newspapers; 1. 8uhorilnt who do not give notice to the Cidijjury. iiro conwderod Ha wishing to continue '.sir subscription. 3. If the subscribers order the discontinuance of their pap-M. "ie pnhlisher rmy continue to aoudthom until all arrearages urn paid. I. If suWribcrs nd'iiso or ueglivtto take their porlodluiils from tli? olliceto which they are di rected, thoy ero hel J resrs nsiblo until they have eettled the'bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If tubvribor remove to other places with out infvirmlr. the publishers, Ati'l the papers re sent to the former direction, they are held re ipormiblo. 6. Tho conrN hnve decided that refusing to take f apers from tl:i office, or removing mid leaving them uncalled " r, is 2-rima facie evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per is not taken from the oll'ico, are required to See Post Offic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 1 April 1858

Agricultural. Advantages of Rotation in Crops. 1. Eddi cuf cxl.austa the soil oi'i . certain eh incuts. Uoiitinnm hwuo croi.j r..r n.anv years consumes I thuLh'UKiiU. Till-boil will not imo- (lueo t h i civil l.in.'cr. Another crop consmiK S an'.:!H'r'"orJer of elements, and will tlourish when the other willjtook not "row. I J. J'.'a.'li I'liint, while irowin?, throws oli'tvituin matters which are not favorable to the nrowth of eueois- mvo crura of the same plant. I'lants! in this respect are soinewnat iiko uiu . . l I 1 . jnals, which always avoid their own excrements. No other plants may use these matters, lleneo a rotation is protitable, because one crop may take up what another throws off. 0. Certain crops have certain in sects that prey on them. The culti vation of tho saiiio crop for many years, favors -the multiplication of these insects. Change the crop, and you diminish or destroy them. i. Various crops furnish various kinds of manures, which are found proiitaMo on n farm, ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 8 April 1858

a fa A F: rl Iw 0 KIUAL AD EXUT JUSTICE TO ALL .UEX. OP WII.tTKVEU STATE OR I'nSM ASJCX mXIOIOl-i OK l O L ! T 1 C.l L. Th os. Jtfft rson. VOL. 0. M'AllTIIUll, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, AP1UL 8, 1858. NO. 34. lift nr ray a &t ytclrtljnr gcmorrat. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ALFA'. PEAKCC FFICE IX MAI-ONE'S BUILDINR, rr.uNT sTKtKT, u'atitri n, onio. TERMS OF AMYEUTISIXU. fine Sqiinn (10 linfiO 3 inscrtim: liaoli uJdkiimiil ni-fTliMi '-'"- 8 lloNTiie. 6 months. 12 months. Onesqnnro JS"') " "0 Two wimircs 5 Oil S.00 Three do. 7.00 10.00 V column lO.i'O 15.00 k column 15.00 20.00 js i,n li.oo 15.00 2H.00 CO. 00 AU rule ami fiauro work will bo eliarpcd one ZJmUraore than the Vv ratcn. . Special notices will be clmrged do'lime Wt Shove rates. Cards of riivi'iciars. tiiwyt'rs.rr f'tlnrn, eon- titinins five lim-snr -1 i-cr iimnim. -.I .... .! it..;. .. i:.,.. -oi i, VDHUIirv miners twtt-uuilii; li.w ,iiit:i mil "v: linriri'il liulf jiri'-p. grN'"''''f it" Mii.ls f f t'em-flt of pri teindivid...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 8 April 1858

THE DEMOCRAT - " .-.'loflS41.iML-irPiic.il!. ltX. PKAKCE. Zttiroi. McARTHUR: TIll'KSDAV, A ritll. 8. IH.'.S. i ' The Kansas Bill. The House, as will be seen in an-1 other colnn.n, has anitiided the Kansas bid by providing that the Li-coinpton constitution shall lie reler-' cdback to the people of Kansas tor their approval or rejection, atu! if aj-.- proved by them, thin tlmt the Fresiih-nt bh.ill by proclamation dc clare Kuntas a State in the Union. If laiC IVIilan U Uliiie OIIIIO OIII'MI. Il nine a constitution, which fhall ubiiiitted to the people, after which rej frame eubmitte the rresidetit shrill pioclaim that Kan-! .. the Unh.n In this ,ht L , " was sent hack ; to the; i.lv has refused to con-! id.nents.. The (tas is a State in chape the bill SciiHte,which I cur in the anient amended, if p isse l, will take the mat- out of the Halls of Coiitmss. which isonoonegoodteatiire to balance the Lad one nictating to Kansas tho jih- to Kansas tho man- Tit'J' in which the people ot that...

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. — 8 April 1858

Ht HXcrtjjur gemotrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. V? peblinh the fidlowinftbr th boueflt of snb oribera tn newspapers: 1. 8horilicr who do not (rive notica to t lie contrary, itra considered M wishing to couliuue '.oir sulweriiition. 8. If the subscribers order the dlscontinnance of their prr. the publisher nay coiiliuue to Mod them until nil arrearages arv paid. 8. If subscriber refuse or neglect to take their periodical from the office to which they are di rected, thev are held respon-ihle until tin y huvo settled the hill and ordered them diwr.nlinued. 4. If subscriber remove to other place with out Informini the publisher, and the paper are sent to the furmur direction, they are held re sponsible. 5. The court have decided that refusing to take paier from the office, or removing and caving thsm nnoiillcd for, i j rima facit evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmaster who notify a publisher that his pa per Ik not taken from the office, are required to See Post Of...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 8 April 1858

Agricultural. .. S VVVa ' . i i S ' From the Country Gentleman. Construction of Poultry-Houses. We would insist, in the fht ! li-e. upon a poultry-house covcrlu.'as much ground as possible, to 4fT r-l ro-.mi !r the fowls to walkabout under cow r in bad weather. I Jut it is pet neces sary that it should he very hi-h. ciih. r for the nests or roosts. X.-ts lv. ii on tho roun.l are preferable to t Ik high shelves often seen, which the 'fowls aro wry apt to convert into nesting places. Am! an to t'.e roo-N fowls aro wry easily sat '.-.!!.-1 wiiii roosts of a moderate hi-Jit. say fear or live feet, if there is nothing hiji.r to attract them. Roosts ol this hijht arc :uucn more convenient ht iih: i'.muih it . . .. i. l . .i . . i . i r ..i. ( .. n... ; nation oi ma iHury ui ingm, i" oe- A. .1 I . 1 ... f ... I . I' . .1. leci EiCKiieis, or seieoi i-juij ii uu ta'ile. Wo peter a house, tho !cn.-.-;!i which is at least double its Viiit!i. ' Our ii twenty four feet lr.:c and eight feet wide,...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 22 April 1858

4;:' JV WWW Wo EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL JIEX, OF WIIATEVEIl STATE OH PEKSUASIOX, IIELIGIOL'S Oil POLITICAL. Thot.' Jefferton. VOL. G. M'AllTHUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, APRIL '29, 1858. NO. SO. it. . n in in PUBLISHED EVERT THOESDAZ BY ALEX. PEAIICE. FFICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET, N'lRTBCB, OHIO. TERMS OF TLBLICATION. One copy ono y car, In advance, If iikIJ nftor ux ruontliB, 1,!50 Muh of ten new aubwriben to 1 P. O. lU.OO dhIJ rtor aix mon'.UB. x.wu Tht mouoT muiit Invariably accompany the rders from Club. rsfNo ittDcr will be dlocontinncd nntll all ar I tangos are paid up, unless at tt option of the futiimiior. When the paper Is not ordorcd to be discontin ued at the end of the year, it will bo continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Square ( 10 linos) 8 insertions $1,00 Each additional insertion 25o 8 MONTHS, t MONTHS. 12 MONTHS. Onesmiare 13.00 5,00 5,00 Two square 8,00 8,00 12,00 Three do. 7,00 10,00 15,00 V column 10,00 15,00 20,00 if column 15,00 SO,00 80,00 All r...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 22 April 1858

THE DEMO OK AT. ALEX. PEAHCE, Euitw. McARTHUR : THURSDAY, APRIL S, 1888. Legislature Adjourned. 'The Legislature adjourned on the 12tb insl after a busy session of about fourteen weeks. Much useful legisla tion was dono, as well as much talking mat wits not usemi. every i-egisia- tive body is cursed with a few gaseous a .1 a. .i.-i ti i 7-i members, who seem to think that they were sent to Columbus for tho express purpose of making ull the uoiso, and this lust Legislature was not an ex coption. Instead oftho majority curb ing dubato upon the nigger question, which has been harped upon so much that nothing new can be said, an which everybody is tired, thiy allowed it to bo discussed to a great lor.gthj and thus timo was consumed and tho most important measures defenvd .in-Lt0 ... 4. ,VL. .... . m til the last hours ot the session. Th democrats were entirely too lenient effect, wished the sesebn to drag on as long as possible, and who took upas s, ., uracil ume as tney wen couin m tai...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 22 April 1858

.r ...-.J. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. V i shJW) thefidlowtaf fi th - -ieij to newspaper, t , . . 1. Subscribers who do not notice to the eentrary, are considered M wishing to continue .ietrsabscriplion. I. If the subscribers order the discontinuance f their papers tbs publisher raay continue to Mod thstn until all irrsarageasre paldi I. If subscribers rofnse or neglect to take their periodicals from tie ofttaeto which they are di rected, they aro held responsible until they have sttlad tlie'bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove toother places with at Informing the publisher, and the pspors aro aeot to the former direction, they are held re sponsible. A. The courts have docided that refusing to take paper from the ollicc. or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is jrima fact evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per is not taken from the office, are required to give the reason why they i rout OjKot I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 22 April 1858

Agricultural. Old Tanbark for Manure. "J. J. W.," of Tennessee, hbhb: t .....ili -.1 Yes. It is valuable applied in many vays. As a manure "alone, it cud h compared with rcat. because r ,i i ,,. nf .rUii;., ,i mIi. ! cr acids it contains, but with an ad mixture of lime these aro in some de gree neutralized. Tho most profitable way in which old tanbarkcan be cm ployed is a3 an disorient ot tho liquid manures in the 6tables and yards. If a supply is kept constantly on hand and placed so as to absorb the uriut from tho cattle and horscb in the sta bles, and changed as soon as it be comes saturated, it will be found equal to tho best manure. If applied directly from tho yard, with the addition of a little lime, it will ha found not onlv vkhialiln na si rnauurc, but on heavy clay soils its mechanical effect is important. Un less it can be obtained in largo quan tities we should prefer it for mulching fruit trees, raspberry-vines, grape vines, strawberry-plants and the like. An applicatio...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 April 1858

EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL WEX, Or WHATEVER STATE OK PEItSUASIO., KELIGIOl'S Oil POLITICAL Thot. Jefferton. VOL 0. M'AHTHim, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, APML 29, 1858; NO. 37, Uj SltSrttnr Stmocrat. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ALEX. PEAUCE. tFilCE IN MALOXE'S BUILDING, MOfiT 1TRKET, ll'ARTnl n, OHIO TERMS OF rrni.ICATION. One copy one year, In tJvuuce, 1 ....LI .iW. imnn'ln ti-50 uSVi tol p. o. SJS The money mint invariably nccomriny tlie aIatb frnm (.ltlhlt. HTNo paper will be discontinued until all ar 1 iMtfiei an paid up, uulu t tlie option of the rublislier. When the paper U net ordered to be ducontin uti at the end of the year, it w ill be continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. &hSffi 8 uoNTiid. e iiontiik. is MONTiit. ine equaro .un Two inures 5.00 Three ilii. 7.00 . -. n nji a nil $.'..00 10.00 is.oo l.voo V column 10,00 1.1,00 HM no. end flwnrk iCi..rBod 80,00 lmir mora than tho above rnten. Special nolle. 1U be charged double the above crd of rhysioiane, lawyers, or other.-, con...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 April 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. XLZX. PEARCE, Eoiroa. Km Mc ARTHUR : THURSDAY, ATniL 80, 1838. The English Substitute. Tlio bill reported from the Commit teo of Conference, known by the above j title, will pass both Houses, it is con fidently believed, before adjournment. There is some difficulty just now, originating from two causes. A few gentlemen wish to leave Washington for a week or two, some to attend to their private business and others to attend the Charleston races I They therefore desire the postponement of the English bill until their return. Another cause is tho uncertainty of both parties as to their strength on the bill. It looks rather dark tor the Republicans, however, as we find them Toting unanimously for postponement. For one, we think the members 6hould attend to business first and pleasure afterwards. Especially should they be faithful to the interests of the na tion, out of tho troaoury of which they draw $3,000 per session, bo it a long or short one. The Cincinnati Enquirer, i...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 April 1858

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. Ws publish the following for ths beueflt of sub scribers to newspapers : , 1. Subscribers who do not give notice to ths oAjrry, are oonsldered as wishing to continue v'.eir subscription. .... i. If the subscribers order th discontinuance 0 their papers, the publisher nay continue to sad them until all arrearages are paid. s. If subscriber refuse or neglect to take their periodicals from the olflce to which they are di rected, they are held responsible until they havo settled tfae bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with out informing the publishers, end tho papers are sent to the former direction, they are held re sponsible. 6. The conrts have decided that refusing to ta.ee papers from the otitco, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, id prima faeii evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per Is not taken from the office, are required to give the reason w...

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