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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 29 April 1858

A Flourishing City in Central A Flourishing City in Central America. The New Orleans P icayune lms a unnJcriiiprttsippingand intelligent ciin.'Soihlciit travoliu- through the Central American States, who thus1 IlutlCC'8 one ottliecit;c8 that he fciitered on tne zwii ot ruornary UGtli of I ubrnary: San Jose, alter the city of Guata- mala, is probably the best built city in i eutia: America, ana contains aiiuut 35,000 inhabitants. It is situated in beautiful valley of the same every loot i which is cumvaicu jikc a garden. Alio Climate IS tieiieioiu, mid is very even, tne inerinomeier ranging, between morning and night, most of the year round, at 65 and 75 degrees. It scarsely ever rises above SO in the hottest j,art of the day , or falls lulow CO in the cooKs'- '"c people- of thocity, like tlio r,rent majority of the people of Costa Rica, urc mostly jnire Indian or a littlo Spanish mixed. To tmo accustomed to the idleness of Tan urea their industry appears extraordi nary. Every one" i...

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. — 13 May 1858

t .Tiff- - , , $ '4 ; 7 il i mi i . I S 5- -'- i ' EQITA1, AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN; OP tVIIATEVEIt STATE OR PERSUASION. RELIGIOUS OU POLITICAL T&m. Jefftrton. NO. 89. r. ' A.l A 'f ....I . . . I . rUBUSITED EVERT THURSDAY St ALEX. PEAR CE. trricE in MALONE'S BUILDING, rnoxt merr, m'rthcb, opto TERMS OF PUBLICATION. I." One topyono ,! advance, If paid after tiXBiont.hiv - - i,r,o s,oo 10.0Q Club of tun no nubaoriW tol P. 0. The money must Invariably Accompany the relent from lium. fTNo ppar will b discontinued nUl all r tMragoa Me pildup, ualaaa at ah vtun ef.tUs rbli!ior.- ',' .Wbeu the paper It not ordered Wbe diaeontm U at the end of the year, It will be continued. r TERM3 OF ADVEBTISINO. One Square (10 lines) S Insertions-.. $1,00 Zaoh additional tnaortion S5o 8 uoNTRa, ,i HOKTn. IS iionthi. One eijnard- - $.0 . 5.00 '." Two aquarc "'. 8,00 " ... 8,00 .. . 13,00 Threo do. ' 1,00 . 10,00 . 15,00 V column 'lO.OO " 1,00 S0.0O Q column 15,00 20,00 80,00 All rule end figure w...

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. — 13 May 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. AUI. rSlRCK, Eorros. JIcARTDUR - THURSDAY, MAY 1. 184. An Important Admission--How Kansas became a Free State. No one will forgot t!io clamor which wns raised in tho I'reo States ly the fllack RqnililicHim when tho Kansas Nebraska Dill passed, in 1554, against the authors and abettors of that meas ure. Such an upheaving of tiio oh cal waters was never seen before. It was denounced in the most vehement terms as a pro-slavery measure, and as intended and calculated to introduce slavery into Kansas and Nebraska, and over all tho freo Territories nf the North. The pioplo were so inflamed ly this language that they elected to tho next House of Representatives a Black Republican majority, and eve rywhere prostrated those who had favored tho measure. Tho clamor was purely a Black-RepuUicau one, for those Democrats who opposed it did it upon other grounds and assign ed different reasons. Four years have "passed, and wo see a leading Black Republican member of Congress, Mr. 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. — 13 May 1858

l I I najllllla LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. yV ptUWh the following for Untmili of sob eriitn to Mirpir i . ). flulsoIUra who do not glvw notloe to ths eptrary, are considered u wishing to continue .eliriuhnfiptioo. . 8. J I thsttboribre order the dieoootlnnaooe f their papers, the publisher nay eontlnua to ad them Bnlll all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take their periodicals from ths orHceto which the? are dl Taote.1, the; are hold responhihle until thoy hart ettlod Vli bill mnd ordered them discontinued. 4. If eubscrlbers remove to other places with it Informing the publishers, and the paper are ant to the former direction, they are held re sponsible. 8., The courts have decided that refusing to take papers from the office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, in prima faeU evidence of In tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per ! not taken from the office, are required to 51 ve the rcaxoH why they are...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 13 May 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. aux. rsARca, e0t. iouna,and leave UcArk'altintot',e8oil This ie on meadows that yuu - Tiiviuxtoplow. rney may be applied id tue same An Jy to land which yon are going to plow for corn or potatoct. 1 3. Utikached aalica may be applied to corn after it ia np.tt the rate of a taliuspoonfnl to a hill, partly aa a ma nure, and partly to arrest the ravages of cut-worms. ' 4, It mny bo profitably used as a dressing for 6trawberry beds in the spring. It should bo applied dry, and epaded in. Strawberries love an ap plication of this sort. 5; They may, when unleached, be Btrewn over crops when growing. Such as grapes, or oats, or other grain. They should be scattered dry. ,V 6. They may bo scattered with the seed of winter grain, and will often thus be of great use. 7. They form an excellent dressing lor lands, to be used for fruit trees Thev contain so tnnch of what is needed for the growth of trees, that a generous application of asries, plowed in deep, will be beneficial. Tre...

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. — 20 May 1858

.TAflOrrftSa .3HT. . EQUAL AND EXACT, JUSTICE TO ALL lUEUT, OP WHATEVER STATE OB PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL-no Jeffeno i VOL. 6. M'AIITHUR, VINTON' COUNTY, OHIO, MAY 20, 1858: :NO;40. 1 '" il .:-.'. ' J I i 1.0 ' ! . ; I PUBLISHED XVEET TEOESDAT BY .- . ; r'''ALEx.'PEARCE.;; :: ; OFFICE IN MALONE'S BUILDIKO, ' OKT iTBEIT, ll'iTBC8, UV. '' ,( ! i , . ... '. ' '- ; ".TERMS OF PUBLICATION.''-, On copy ono vcar, In dvone, , '. $1,50 If paid ftfterwx raonth. . ' ". S,00 Clubs of ton nflir Bulwcrlborn tol T. 0. ' ' 10,00 The money- must lnTribljr accompany tb Ofdem from Clubi-i i- i i t : . . i IJfNo Danor will be diicontlnnod nntil all ar- narngci ere paid up, unless at the option of the rnbimher. Whxn the paper is not ordered to be disoomln- . . TERMS OF ADVERTISING, neSqnsre (10 line) 8 Insertion"' $1,00 fcacb. additional intwrtion 23o 8 MONTIH. ( 1IOMTH. 12 HONTUS. Oneiqnare $.1,00 , $.1,00 $3,00 Two sqnarea 6,00 8,00 12.00 Three do. 7,00 . 10.00 I 13,00 keolumn.- 10,00 16,00 ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 20 May 1858

THE DEMOCRAT ALU. FSIKCB, lonca. ft V v . , ilcARTIIUU : TlirilSDAY, MAY 80, l6. Working off their Bile. ' The Republican journk,fuNom tt the fail lie of their scheme to organize a great An'ti lecompton party ,and knovtlitg'theetlf-stultl Jlcalioo of their partj in Congress by roting to Jmit Kansas with slaver) if the ao desired, it now giving rent to their rage by calling the compromise act and Its supporters hard names. Honest people, who think that ev erybody U like themselves, would suppose, from the expressions used by these journals to designate the character of t be Kansas Bill, that most nnlieard of atrocity had been committed one that ought to product cha os aad blooJahed throughout the land. It is called an "infamous scheme," "a corrupt theme," a bribe," and other names of like character. Our readers wilt remember that when the Kansas-Nebraska Bill wis passed four years ago, the Black Re publicans began the same sort of a warfare . They denounced it even more rabidly than ...

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. — 20 May 1858

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. We pablUh the following for the benefit of eub sosier to newspapers : 1. kitmlbwi who do not give notice to the Hninrr, are considered M wishing to oontlnut .tsfctabisotiptloD. ... t. If the subscribers ordsi the discontinuance tf their papers, ths publisher may continue to Mad them until all tmvtgKt are paid. a. If subscribers rafust or neglect to take tbetr yariodioala from th office to which they an di rected, they are held responsible until they have settled the bill and ordered them disoon tinned. ' 4. If subscribers remove to other places with ut Informing the publishers, and the papers are ant to the former direction, they are held re sponsible. 6. The court have decided that refusing to take papers from the office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is prima fact evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who not! fy a publisher that his pa per is not taken from the office, are required to five the reason why they are not...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 20 May 1858

Mrs. Swisshelem on Dancing [From the St. Cloud, Minnesota, Visitor.] In an artioloof onr lost -aaena j we ccommonded dancing as a substitute r or troiuiscuons ' kiBSin?. in social parties. For tbis, the Rev. Mr. In man. in a rmhlic sermon, has admin istercd a very severe reproof. He takes the ground that dancing is in separable from drunkeness ana quar- re Vint, and that altlioaEU tue mere act of dancing is no more sjnfal than the rising ana letting fall of his arm, in public speaking, yet iue practice diniil.i lm nholishod on acconnt of its indisnonsftbla accompaniment of drinkini ' and fighting; ' that when a lad v was led oui on a floor $UO warn disgraced, dishonored," &c. ; , .. . .With .all doe Reference, wo must say that such assertions aro simptyab surd. David 'otllad'on tho' people "to'praiao God In the dance." ' Did lie mean for them to get drnnk, hayo a knockdown and dishonor their neteh- . . , . -r tor a wives ana aauguturs, uy way ui praising Oodf Did David and Miri ...

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. — 3 June 1858

id w 1 EIUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALE VIES, OF WHATEVER STATE Olt TEKSUASION, RELIGIOUS Oil rOLITICAI Vus. Jefftrun. VOL. 6. JI'AHTHIJll, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JUNE 8, 1858. NO. ill) ' IP . r i L I , 1 It i fc SftMw Stnurrat. PUBLISHED EVERX THURSDAY BY ALEX. PEAKCE. FFICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, IHONT BTltEET, ll'ABTHrit, OHIO. ' . TERMS OF PUBLICATION. One copy one yor, in advance, ;( WS'' If paid aflor nix monUm, ' K.'lO (Hubs of tun now mibBeriliom tol V. (). 10.00 The money must Invariably accompany tho rdern from Club. (SfNo papor will be discontinued until an nr- naraftca are paid up, unices at the option of tho VnhlUhaF." ' . When the paper is not ordered to bo diwoniin ed at the end of tho year, it w ill be continued. , TERMS OF ADVEUTISIXG. ne Square (10 lines) 8 insertions 1,00 Each additional Insertion 2"c 8 jloNTiie. 6 months. 12 months. neiqii&ro 8,00 $5.00 1.00 Two aqnaros 6,00 8,00 12,00 Three do. 7,00 10,00 K.,nn oolumn 10,00 15,00 20,oo 12 column 15,00 20,0Q 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. — 3 June 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. AIM. PKARCE, Koitoji. McARTIIUR : THURSDAY, Jl'NE 3, 1838. The Conference Bill. Ve publish in another column the Ku mas Conference bill, (which has become a law,) not because bantered to do so by the McAr thur Journal, but fr the informalioii of our readers and as a complete refutation of all the misrepresentations of its enemies. Let it be preserved lor reference. The question which most interests our readers is this : are the provisions of this bill such as demo. ruts can support? It is a compromise, and, of couise, fault may be found, but the effect of the bill, generally, will be satisfactory. It admits Kansas into the Union provided her people desire admission under the Le comptoo Constitution with tlie land ordi nance which Congress pioposes. We be lieve it is democratic for the j-eople to ratify Constitutions for the reasons given by Ficsi dent Buchanan, '.hat representatives may de ceive and betray the people. Then this part of the bill is not objectionable to ...

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. — 3 June 1858

8& SUM" SNeraf. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. We pgblkh tbe following ft the bcnoflt of rnV acrlhare to newspapers : 1. Subscribers who da not glw nolloo to the oootrary, art considered m wUhing to oontluue ..'.air subscription. 8. If the subscribers order tbe discontinuance of their paper, the publisher may continue to and them nntU all arrearages are paid. S. If subscribers refuse or neirleet to taVa thoir periodicals from the otficeto which they are Ji rected. they aro held responsible until tli'-y have settled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other place with oat Informing the pnSlUlicrs, and the paper ara tent to tlio former direction, they aro held re sponsible 5. The courta have decided that refusing to take paper from the ortico. or removing and leaving them uncalled for, in prima JucU evidence of In tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that hi pa per Is not taken from tiie office, aro required to See Post ...

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. — 3 June 1858

Agricultural. 'if 1 : IT 7 ; "ii-?5 -TSs -i- T From the Ohio Cultivator. Culture of Vines. "Watch Mu.ocv3.- TIio Wiitcr Mel on la ft tkliciuiig Iruit, u!ien it can l.m obtaiu.;l diiriut,' the li"t lyj wf sum mer. .Tho Mountain Sweet tt.imis at the very lienil ol'tlio.lisr, as to richness of flavor. I'lant on rich land, plowed deep and made tine. The rows should not be less than ten feet apart each way. In moUt land, raise tho hills a little with the lioo beloro planting. Put 6 to S seedd in each hill and cover about ouo iucb thick, with fiuo yellow loam. , As Boon as the plants aro lii'i enough, givo them a little mellow earth, hillincr them up close to their two broad leaves, winch, it done wiulo wet, or that Buine dust will adhere to them, ii na good a preventive siainst the striped bn, as wo have ever found; j they frequently eat up a whole crop, alter all we can uo. ii any one Ldows of a remedy, they would confer a great favor upon tho public, by let ting it be known. We were to...

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. — 17 June 1858

.hi ill At a I: mm fir- Or iT IfW 1 u nil J nl -I 1 i i r ili i ttx in in Ira it EQUAL ATVD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL JIE., OF WIIATEYEIt STATE OB PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OH POLITICAL. Thot. Jefferson. "' ' ' PUBLISHED EVER! THURSDAY BY ALEX. PEAltCE. OFFICE IN MALONE'S BUILDING, MONT STREET, M'lRTBTR, OHIO. ', TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Ona cnnrnnavoar. in advance. H,R0 If paid after cix months, 2,00 Clubs of ton now uWri!or tol P. 0. 10,00 The moncv must invariably accompany the ordora irom juus. a-Nn n,ii4n will Vlfl A LHGOntinilcd Until all AT nuragos ara paid up, unless at the option of the rahlnthor. When the panor is not ordered to be diHcnntin od at the end of the year, it will be continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Jne Square (101ines)8 insertions fcaca addillonul insertion boo S MONTHS. 0 MONTH. 12 MONTH. One square 3.00 5.00 $8.00 Two squares 6,00 8,00 13.00 Throe do. 7,00 10,00 15.00 column 10,00 1R.00 20,00 i column 15,00 20,00 80,00 All rufe and fleuro work will ho charged ono .half ...

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. — 17 June 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. ALEX. VEABCK, Ioito. Mc ARTHUR : THURSDAY. JL'NK IT. IMS. A New Party. There is a disposition manifested among our political opponents to iKinrlnn flin TCpnnlil!i!in nartir mid rrc ln., nPW Mmnintmn wl.tol, combine tho fag-ends of all factions against tho democracy. The platform, or creed, of this new party is simply, "opposition to the democracy," and its name is 'Tcople's Tarty." Dem ocrats have no objection to fight their opponents under whatever name or guiso they may assume, and the -people s parry win, in me enu, tare no better than the old Whig party and late American and Republican Standing by the Constitu- tion and the Union, and advocating tho principles held by Jefferson, Mad ison and Jackson, tho Democratic party has beaten every foe. which it has encountered for half a century past, and so long as it holds to the same doctrines, can never be perma- nently vanquished. The formation of new parties by its opponents has j never seriously injured it, and its do...

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. — 17 June 1858

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. We publish the following ftr the boucfft of ub eribers to newspapers : 1. 8u boar 1 bora who do not criro notice to the contrary, are considered m moling to continue .ielr BnWrlpUon. Si If the tabeoHben order the dlseontlnnance of their papers, tin publisher may continue to unauiem nntil an arrearages are pata. (. If subscriber rcfde or neglect to take their periodicals from the office to' which tlipy are di rected, they are held responsible until tlu-y have settled tlie'MII and ordored tberri discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other place with out Informing the publishers, and the paper are aunt to tho former direction, they are held re sponsible. 6. The courts havo decided that refusing to tnlco papers from t'le oHlec. or removing and leaving them uncalled for, hjrima acit evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per i not tuken from the oflico, aro required to See See Post Office Instruction...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 17 June 1858

Agricultural. From the American Agriculturist. Wonders of the Bee Hive. SWARMING. One of tho most enrions things wo liavo to tell ubout the boo, is tlie pro cess by which families or 6tock8 are multiplied. It won!d be a problem difficult of solution for one ignorant of tho mode, licro ia a Ihmily consist ing of one mother and her offspring; the former living several years, while the common bees nro shortlived. She cannot bear the presence of rivals in her hive; her owii departuro would occasion great commotion; sbo is ut terly nnablo to go out alone and lay the foundation of a new colony; and ten thousand bees without her would iiot",liQ ablo to produce any good or keep their number good. And against any scheme of colouring is tho 6trong instinct that brings the foraging bees directly back to tho old hivo, and the persistence with which they cling to their stores of honey and their brood comb. ' lint God lins given them other in-i fitincts which come into operation at the right mome...

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. — 24 June 1858

T ' 7TT-rr r- r r 3-- r7T it-. r-r ' Tr-! v.".:- -ft, ;1 tl EQUAL ASD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL WEN, OF WHATEVER STATE Oil PEIISUASIOX, RELIGIOUS Oil ro LIT! CA TL.Thos. Jefferson. vol. c; M'ARTHUll, VINTON COUNTY, . OHIO, JUNE 2-1, 1858. ; NO. 45.. Jill JUL !H . r7. V itt .t . IHVV mm in JHctfJnr Snnacrat. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ' ' ALEX. FEAKCE. r OFFICE IN MALONE'S. BUILDING, .. FBONT STREtT, U'ARTBLB, OHIO. ' TERM? OF PUBLICATION. One copy ono year, in aJ vanco, , $1,A0 If paid aftoriJt months, , 2,00 tMuU of ten now subscribers to 1 P. 0. - 10,00 The money must invariably accompany the ordor from Clubs. pNo paper wlUbe dincont!miod nntil all ar i.uraire aro paid up, uuIosh at tho option of the Publisher. i , - . i ... t When tTift -pfipor Is rtot OTJonM to bo dincontln v ntdat tK end of . Uiajear,it Will to onti,oueJ .. ", 'TERMS' OP ADVERTISING. " " One Square (10 lines 3 Insertions" ..$1,00 Each additional insertion" SSo f l' .- 8 MONTH!.. 6 MONTHS. 12 U03TIIS. Ono square' 13...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 24 June 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. ALFX. PKAKCE, Xditob. McAIlTHUR THURSDAY, JUNE 81. 1858. Democratic Mass Meeting. The Domocracy of Vinton County are requested to meet at tho Court House, in McArthur, on Saturday, the 1 Oth day of July, proximo, at one o'clock P. M., for the purpose of elect ing delegates to represent them in the State,Congre6sional and Judicial Con ventions. By order of the Democratic Central A. PEARCE. June 19, '58. Chairman. Don't Want to Come In. For weeks after the passage of the Kausas Conference- Bill, the Republi can press rung the changes upon the "bribe" and the "threat" which Con gress had offered Kansas "forcing ter to corao in with slavery," or stay out until tier population numbered ninety-four thousand. This exclusion from the Union until that time, (uot ' withstanding the fact that their lead ers claimed that Kansas had that pop ulation tvroyoars ago,) tho Republi cans declared was a great wrong and ought to condemn the democracy. It turns cut, however, that this provi...

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. — 24 June 1858

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. W publish tbe following for the benefit of aub torihera to newspapers : 1. Subscribers who da not give notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue .ieir subscription. i. If thu subscribers order tbe discontinuance of their papers, tbe publisher raay continue to tend them until all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribers refnse or neglect to take their periodicals from the office to which they are di rected, they sra held responsible until tney have settled tbe'lrill and ordered them discontiuued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with out informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to tho former direction, they are held re sponsible. 3. The courts have decided that refusing to take papers from tbe office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is prima fact evidence of In tentional frutid. Postmasters who notify t publisher that his pa per is not token from tho otlice, are required to See Post Office Inst...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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