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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 6 January 1859

Female Beauty and Ornaments. "What is beauty?" TV tlie Ve of ornament nnJ benn- fc llio lii.lii.a of .Tui.un u-a am tt.l - ,', 7 . ,.' -...., their teetli. l or the imu pur-! nose the Indies ot India namt their. teeth red, nnd the Ouzorat beauty dyes licrs ukick. like red hair, while on tho contrary i... t.i. ii.. . ,i.: : i. ii ..ma grisiiiijr uuimro it, U3 u nun i. ol tieanty. In GteonlnnJ the women color their fiicea with blue nnd yellow jmint; and . . a Muscovite womnn, no HlilttiT how t'reBh her complexion would think her self very n;ly it' eIio were not plaster eJ over with paint. Tho women of Tin key paint tlieir eyebrowB with the titicturu of a Mack (Irtig, and tiiiL'o their nails with n rose nlor. Tho Kyiian Turkish ladies dye their hands in henna. 'In Bomo countries mothers break tho noses of their children, and in others press tho head between two boards, to make it pew The characteristics of an African beauty are small eyes, thick lips, a laroe flat nose, pearly teeth, t...

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 January 1859

II Mar :ti r j ( at I Iuhl r Mil ill 1 M ' EQUAL AKD EXA'T JUSTICE TO ALL JIEX, OF WIIATEVEIt STATE OK PEHSUASIO. HEL1GIOUS OK POLITICAL. Tho. Jtjjcrton. VOL. 7. M'AUTIIUH, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JANUARY 13, 1859. NO. 22. 6 Stfrtbur Scmccrnt. am.- r ----- - -ry PCSHSHUD EVERY THUESD.Y BY ALEX. PEAItCE. IF1CK IK MALONE'8 BU1LDIKO IHONT (TREXT, U'ARTIirR, OHIO. TERMS OF Pt'BLICATION. ne copy one year, In advance, If paid after six month, 1.50 Clubs of ten new eubwcribpin tol P. O. W).oo 2.00 Tha money must invariubly accompany the Oraera from Cluba. ra-Kopator will be dicontinuod until alHr - lAratre ir puld np, uulM Hi the option of th rnMUher. .ijr.n. ed t the end of the year, it will he continued, TERMS OF ADVIOKTISIXG. OnBonro HOlinesIS Insertions tl.00 Eoh additional insertion.... 25. Oaeaqnar 3.oo j.i.oo $s.on Two aqnnrea s,po 8.00 n Whooimda 10 00 is'oo IZ Ccoiomn ir.!oo soo .lo.oft "... . t. .!n , . , , All rnie and figure work wiiibo cimrrrod one kalf more thiol the iibovn mtes...

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 January 1859

The Michigan Amalgamation Caseā€”The Return Home. The Detroit free Vrts gave us tin (recount tha'tither day of a YOuni wen raiseo, weu cnncare-J, ana tho daughter of a man of wealth;clop- iiii? frinn near Jbliot.- MiL-fiintm. trith anegm, -going"" to Windsor, Canada, nv.t bv nroepsa' ltrcfnnin hia 'li. ..J. ... ..i, eqnel 1n deluded girl s return nuuiu, inruugii wiu jjerauasioii ui ner lather, but only on the exacted prom- ise to tho cirl that her 'lie'e lord' fthouM liaVo tho privilege to call whenever he pleased. (L'arentlu-ti- cally it should not bo lorgotten, ortho moral will be bet, that tho parents nnd had educated into tho minds ot ll.oir pJiil.livi Hint tin clnmt,! In t,. tiiBtinct'on of races on accurint of col- or ) rbe trte pm says: . osawtho lather ami brolher at 1Iir h mi nnd ,M 1 wnnLin IV..,, where, rliey lerc waiting for tlia cars 1 .1 . .. . and.ut the request of the former, con-! verfed with the girl. She is n good- Iiif.Lltif ifiti W'f.tir l-rnnt ir h,a. , r ' H' " ...

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 January 1859

The McArthur Democrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. We pnblii-h thef.J. Wing for the bctielit of aub scr.ber to newspapers : 1. Subscribers who do not srlve notice tn the contrary, are considered us wishing to continue .sir subscription. 11 the subscribers order the dlscortinuai'.oa of their piiwr.-1 Via nihlishcr r.inv oontih-.iii eon I them tmtil nil nrreeraiMiiara paid. . 8. 1 1' subscriber refuse or uo.'Uv' to tut:e th'-ir fiCfio'iii-sii from tu- oiiii'ot.i which ti. v reeled, tlti'y nro h!d Tmnililo until they havo aettlod tho !ill an.l ordered them diseoiiiin'iK d. 4. If iihs.-rihor remove to o'l or place with- out Informix th.) publishers, and the paper are aent to llio former direction, they aro hold ro- S. The courts have .ciPtl tV.nt rofiinine to take papers from tho r.t.:u. or removim, nml lenvinj them uncalled for, ii yrimu faa't evidence of in tentionul fraud. Postmaster who notify a f.uMtsher that his pa prisnot taken from tha ollioo. aro Te.nirod to p....

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. — 13 January 1859

Poetry. Patient and Faithfal. v . t .... 1,1.. t,.rL iKa nmmlu Vou have taken back the promise, That VOll spoke SO Ion ago; Takeo back the hwt you gave me I muit even let it ro. dieth; ii-k I....- h.ih hrpntlied PridA r it f I nave struggles uui m .mi., First to Veep the link together, Then to piece the broken chain. But It might not be so, freely All your fiientdhip I restore, And the heart that I had taken, As my own foreverniore. No shade of blame shall blame yeu, Dread no more a claim from me; Tut I will not have you fancy That I count myself as free. I am bound with the olJ promise : What can break that golden chain! Not the words that you have spoken, Nor the sharpness of my pain: Do you think, because you (nil me, And draw back your hand to-day, That from out the heart I gave you, My drang love can fade away! It will live. No eyes may see it. In my soul it will lie deep, Hid from all; but I shall feel it Often stirring in its sleep. So remember, that the friendship Which you ...

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 January 1859

TF7-; V i EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL ITCEIY, OF WIIATEVEK STATE OK PEKSUASIOIV, RELIGIOUS OB POLITICAL Thot. Jefftrton. VOL.' 7. M'ARTIIUR, VINTON COUNTY,' OHIO, JANUARY ; 20, ; 1859. NO. 23. 'PUBLISHED EVEH7 THUKSDAY Bit ' ' ALEX. PEARCE. SBATTON NIW BCILMSO, OVK ftOOH tT OT Till CO CRT HOUSE, Ur ITA1KS. j .. t TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Opo oopy onoyonr.in Jvfcneo, f 1.50 It ' paid after Mx months, ' 2.00 Club of ton now fmbmjrihein tol P. 0. 10.00 Tho mOnoy mast invariably aocornpany the aM rrom-nuDs. IfN'o pupor wilt bo discontinued nnti aM ar 1.,ir?ft nr paid up, unless at the option of tho fnh'.isher. . . , .. ..- - Wli'-n tlio rip.T is notvt;lirs 1 tb3ifwot)tln o J at tlio ond of tho jsnr,it will be Soutinued. - TERMS OF -ADVERTISING. OneH.i!'RTO (1 lilies') 3 Insertions.. KucU additional Insertion . , 3 JIONTnS. S MONTHS. On sqhars ' , $3.00 t ' f.1.00 Two aqnaroa 8.00 : g,00 Thro do. , T,00 10,00 fl.OO 2.r. 13 MONTH S,00 12.00 15,00 Jfcolumu 10,00 15,00 U oolUmn ' 15,00 80.0...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 20 January 1859

The Principles and Organization of the Democratic Party. 'A II. men who are honestly and sin , icrtly attached to tho jDemojratic puny, -are so, from a conviction that its principles are founded in justice una truth-and theso applied to : the Fcitiico and practical workings of gov i rnmctit tend to equality and guaran tee the greatest good to tho greatest number. "Theie :ara no .necessary wild in government its evils exist t'lilj in it3 abuses,'! and it is tho mis .ion ul. tho! Democratic party to cor- r.ci an errors una Houses, any men under its guidance government, ''like I lio dews of, Ilea von, will dispoime its . blessings alike upon tho rich and the t.oor then it will be an unqualified l.luksin." -To bo efficient, the Dem 1'iTiitic party must hare an organiza tion, and that organization must 'be iisiected. It must bo held sacred by . the members ot the party. An individual may asseverate- un til he is black in the faco, that he is a Democrat ho may proclaim it -from Uie house-...

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 January 1859

The McArthur Democrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. Tf f iiblUh the following for the benefit of sub scriber to newspapers : I. Subscriber who do not live, notice to the eentrary, re considered m wishing to continue . '.rir subscription. 1. If the subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, the publisher may continue to tend them until ah arrearages ere paid. 8. If snbseribers refuse or negleotto take their ptriodiceU from the office to which they ere di rected, they ere held responsible until they have tattled the'blll and ordered them discontinued. i. If subscriber removo to other plaees with out informing the publisher, and, the jm-pera are mt to the former direction, they are held ro t ponsiblo. S. The court have decided that reftisioe to take fspera from the oWce. or removing and leaving horn uncalled for, la prima facit evidence of in tentional fraud, Postmasters who notifv a publisher that hi pa jr i not taken from the offiVc, are required to five th...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 20 January 1859

Agricultural. When and How to Apply Manure. If we consnlt nntnrc taking lier processes aa oor guide wo bIiuI) seo lior vegetable fertilizers applied in tlio full and there can be no better evi dence that tli is is a most favorable time for manuring the soil. Circum stances, it is true, may render it ad visable to vary from this time, aud it is one of tho objects of the farmers' pnnly to bo able to modify natural laws, and to choose, in 6ome cases, convenience as bis guide. The more perfectly, however, he understands Miture, tlio better be can command her, but generally the closer will bu his obedienco to her teachings. Na ture mukes no mistakes sbo never practices false economy all progress is by duo obedience to her laws. Tho application ot manure in au tumn pre supposes "that it has become nrtial!y decomposed during the sum mer, and that it will becoma well rot ted by the following spring, when needed by plants upon tho resumption or commencement of their growth. It is thus ready ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 27 January 1859

i 3 Mil !i 1 1 1 1 ? ' ifl . I u U Q ?. 4 ; 1 3! EQUAL AIVD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL 'JS;:, OF U If AS I. V LIC SIMTE OK IT.IiSU ASIO V. Ur.L:r.i!S OH rOMTiTAf 77 m Jifj'rim. VOL. 7. M'AimilJK, VINTON COUN'IY, OHIO, JANUAUY 27. m. NO. 21. rDPLISHED EVERY THUBSPr.Y ST ALEX. I'EARCF. ' OrTIPK-tN BRATTON'tf N'I'W VI" II. op;. TWO IJOOKS EAS'r oy Tlir. ColUT 1ICUST., Ui' STA1U. Ti:ilMS OF VVhUi ATIO. Omeoryonoynar in i ir Pi. if,r4xi.;or.o... .M' lSGr i 4;":;;:; riiem fr.im chiiw. ' laraeet ar paid up, uul- t iu uimon oi lis Tubii)r. - whon tuo-nf.rl' nt :' Mwtin. od at tlioKinl of tl:e jv:ir,i'. will t.e continued. . fctt.'h HUd.ti.'.nul l!n. r'.i' ii -.! D Bo-fTHt. fl icoi'T.ia IS knmi. On i"iuTi .'..iM is.'1-" Two qiini..-s S f) Vi.it1) Tlirot d-j. 7.i'rt n,.im -,C.01 'column M."0 I'i.'-O column I'-.OO " 00 .S''i'i All nil'-!"'! 1 fl-'i-r." ivi-f'r '.10 cl hrc-'d ci hrvlf mnr.-- '.lia i t)m uVu'Vit r'.-. Spc-Oittl DO'-io.'-s w i'.! Is c i i n r ; I Jou'iif :V.o aliovs ratm. ftunU of riiy...

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. — 27 January 1859

Legislative Summary. Id tbo Senate, yesterday, tho bill Was defeated repealing tho Jaw by which inebriate huabauds tiro preven ted to sell or dispose of property ex empt from execution, without tho con sent of their wives. The bill repeal ing tlie ten per cent law was made tho special order for January 25th. Mr. (Janfield introduced a resolution which was laid on the table directing tho appropriate Committco to report to require tho parents or guardians of children or wards in tho institution to defray a part or all of their expenses in proportion to pecuniary ability, and authorizing tho sale of tho prusont site of the Asylum for tho Deaf and Dumb. In the House, tha Senate bill ma king partial appropriations for the cur leut year, bills authorizing tho town council of Ashland and the commis sioners of Butler county to borrow money, and the Senate bill relative to the appropriation for the Northern Ohio Luna'h, Asylum were passed. Air. Dawes b. 11 to amend the indepen dent treasury ...

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. — 27 January 1859

The McArthur Democrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. publish the following for tho bcuofit of sub scribers to nowspapers : 1. Subscribers who lo not give riolioe to tho contrary, ore considered as wishing to continue . '.eir subscription. 2. If tho subscribers order the discontinuance of their pojers, the publisher r.my continue to send them until nil arrearages are paid. . If subscribers refuse or reelect to take their periodical from the oflieeto which they ore di rected, they are held roponslb!e until they have Kittled tho bill and ordered them discontinued. . If subscribers remove to other pl:icc with out informing the publishers, and tho papers are ent to the former direction, they are hold re ap. "hible. 5. Tho court! hc.vo decided that rofnslnir to taltc papers from the ot'iee. or removing aud leaving them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that his pa per is not taken from tho ollice, are required to...

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. — 27 January 1859

Mit and Tumor. DCJ'Mm. Jinkins complained in the evening that the turkey she had oaten on Christmas di.l not .get well. " Probably," said Jenkins, 4it is not aAtvi turkey.1 The Genera Gazette, describing a broken-iown, worn-out horse, says: "He looks as If ho had been fed at the public crib, after the Know-Nothings and Black - Republicans bad been there" An editor down east thinks chil dren's games are becoming popular with older persons now-a-days, as he has seen recently "several full grown men chasing hoops in our streets" It is perhaps a debatable question whether a person, who has always been notoriously in the l-abit of lyi&g lias a right to tell the truth. It is, of courso, the only device by which ho can deceive people Tut out yonr tongue a littie farther said a physician to a female patient, 'a little further still.' Why doctor, you think there is no ond to a wo- Dian a tono-ilBl' rriml tha imr intri ill. , TT IlISTOklCAL KNOWLEDGE. 'Eddy, Raid a mother, a Iriend of our...

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 February 1859

' i. : H 1 H J, .1 i rlAL AND I: 4I T JUSTH K TO ALL OF WHATEVl'i: STATE :: Villi's I IMOX, HFLIOl'S OH l'OLITICA L. 7'io. Jrgeron, VOL. 7. M'AllTIIUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, lEimUARY 3, 1859. 'N0.2.J.V .'j'l o: I'-1 rvi'r ii If IE! iit f ........ - - ;l RI PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ALEX. I'EAltf r. OFFKT.-tN n!t.VTTON"S xkw lU-irnixo, TWC hoiVup st mrs TERMS OP PUTlT.ir TION. Ono oory one your, In n.lvnnco," fi.so l( i.ai J Kiur .ix montlH. 2.00 . " . ... Kir... :..;.,. V orJi'M from CIuIm. 1 I1U IIIU1IU lllltl. Ill I tl ...III J ..kVVMI. hl.V Irt7N'o naper will lie iliHoontimieil until all nr l j.irn?'s nro puiil up, mill 's tit tlio cpti' ii of tlio l'liMisMcr. Vllen tho piipvr is lint nlore.l to lio lNooiitin- nod nt tli j cml of tho year, it will lio ccntimicl TERMS OF ADYEUTISIXC. OnoSipinrfl ( l1) linos') 3 Insor'ioim ft. Ml huuh uauiuniial liifortion 3 Ono nfinaro uoNTiifl. i month, m jionthk. Two nquaros S.Oil S.fln Throa do. 7.00 10,01) .: 12.00 1.1.00 "1,00 P.O. 00 ' uolu...

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 February 1859

How do You Account for It? From 1831 to 1855, both year in tlueive, tho Democratic party was in power, in this State, and the Public Works ol the State yielded a nett rev- nne a lollows: 1S51 Nett Proceeds, 1353 l 1853 " 41 1854 " ,4 1855 " ' $437,293 05 227,103 13 109,090 41 142,650 00 154,256 54 From 1855 to 1859, inclusive, t!io Republican party the party that sue eeeded k power on tho cry of retrench ment and reform the party that was going to manage the nffiiirs of the State better and more economically liBg been in power, and the Public Works, instoad of yielding nett reve tino to tho State, as in the days of Democratic ascendancy, cost tho State, over and above the iccoipts, as fol lows: 1S50 The Deficit was $760G3 13 1857 " " " 24.628 42 1858 " " 65,733 80 [Chil. Advertiser. The Penitentiary under Republican Management. The canals are not tho only State property winch fail to meet expenses nnder the Republican management. The report of the 'Directors of tho State Prison show...

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 February 1859

IJe glcgrljnr geworrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. We publish the following for the benefit of sub scriber to newspapers : 1. Subscribers who do not five notice to tbo Contrary, are considered as wishing to continue .ir subscription. 2. If tbe subscribers order tbe discontinuance of their papers, the publliher may continue to nd them until all arrearages are paid. I. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take their periodical from the office to which they are di rected, tbey are beld responsible until they Lave settled tbe bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with out Informing the publishers, and tbe papers are ent to the former direction, they are held re sponsible. 6. The court have decided tnat refusing? to take papers from the office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is prima facit evidence of in tentional fraud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that hi pa per is not tuken from tbe office, are required to See P...

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 February 1859

Select Miscellany. Let Me Kiss Him for his Mother. The editor of tlic- New Orleans Ail-; voeuto haa t!ia hcidont about the J riivRges of the yilUuv lever in that I citj', related to lVun by cue of tlio I Methodist pattors: j "Tlie prcftclier was cnllcii n few1 hv8 siueo to ntteinl tlio funerul "f t young man. Ik-fore lu's sickness he ' was a 6tout, buoyant, manly yotitL lie wa from tlio State of Maine, and : liHvl been here but a short time, lie I was attacked by yellow fovcrand soon j dieJ, with no mother or relative to j watch by his bedside, or to soothe i Mm with that sympathy v.hich nonet but those o( our own 'dear kindred blood' enn fuel or m miMst. lie died among strangers and was buried by them. When the funeral services : were over, and the strange frieitr.3 who ; had ministered to him were about to finally clocc the coflln, an old lady, ' who stood by, stopped them and eaid, 'Let mo kiss him for his mother'.' We liavc yet to find tlio first man or woin an to whose eves thi...

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. — 10 February 1859

III Ml jt HtlMMr1II 111 M ItJ il Ff 9 !: fl k 9 fi . r t EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL ME, OF WIIATEVEII STATE OK PEIISUASIOX, RELIGIOUS OK l'OLITICAL. Thot. Jrferson. VOL. 7. M'ARTHUH, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, FEBRUARY 10, 1859. NO. 20. in Efcc Sltrir jproiotrat. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ALEX. PEAKCE. JJ " Jr - r OFFICE-IN B RATION'S NEW BUILDING TWO DOORS EAST OK THE COURT UOUSE, UP STAIRS. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. One copy one year, In advanco, 1,50 If pIJ aftoraix month. S,00 l-lul'sur tun now milisctiln'in to 1 P The money must invariably accompany orders from Claim t-tf No paper will he discontinued until all ar VuhlUhcr " When6 the paper is not ordered to ho divontin- uod at the end of the year, it will be continued, OF ADVERTISING. de Pdnaro (10 linoal 8 Insertion 1.0 Each additional inaortion 25 8 MONTHS. 6 MONTH. 12 MONTHS- 'ino square t-0" V00 t,fiO Two aqnarea li.oi) 8,no 12.no Three do. 7.00 Ki.no K.,00 column 10, rtrt 1.1,00 2,no i'eolnmn 13.00 2(1,00 S0,0 All ruleaiul ne...

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. — 10 February 1859

The Canal Repairs---An Extra One Hundred Thousand Dollars Demanded. Air. Morgan, of the Newark Advo cate, says that the present Board of Public Vorks have notified the Leg islature that, in order to keep the ca nals in repair the current year, they must be furnished with upward of one hundred thousand dollars beyond the amount at which the work was to have been done by: the contractors, under their contracts, repudiated by the Re publican Legislature. Ilo well re marks that, though at the former let ting the price at which some of the divisions were awarded was thought needlessly high, yet far letter to let them go at those prices than to have an additional burden of one hundred thousand dollars saddled on the Treas ury, as is now proposed by the lie publican Board of Public Works. In view of 6nch a demand on tho Troasury, the Ohio State Journal, the central organ of tho Republican par ty, might well say that tho canuls must be put under a different coutrol from tho present one. No ...

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. — 10 February 1859

EJt Stcrljnr gtmccrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Subscribers to Newspapers. Y publish the following for the benefit of mb Mrther to m-w.spfiT.fr : I. i-ubscribors who do not (five notice to the "nrrary, are considered as wishing to continne ...sir subscription. 9- If tho subscribers order tlie discontinuance f thoir paper, the publisher rnny coutinue to end them until tilt arrearage are paid. . If subscriber refuo or neglect to tuke their periodicals Irom the olliceto which they are di rected, they are held responsible until they have ettled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with out informing tho publishers, and the papers are ent to the former direction, titer aro hold re ponlblo, ' 5. The courts have decided that refusiriir to tnlte paper Irom the olllco. or removing and leaving them uncalled for, U prima faci evidence of in tentional fruud. Postmasters who notify a publisher that h is pa lmer is not tal;cn from tho offleo, aro required to S...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
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