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Wanted! At this office, in payment for subscriptions for the Express, wood and farm produce.
For the last few weeks we have been obliged to issue but half a sheet. The hard times consequent of last year's drouth have been severely felt by us. The greater portion of this year's subscriptions, although the year has nearly ended, remain unpaid. Indeed, a large part of the first year's subscriptions are still in arrears....The Express has been published the past year at a great pecuniary sacrifice to the proprietor....The proprietor of this paper was induced by our citizens two years ago to purchase and bring to Manhattan a first class country printing establishment. He relied on the representations and pecuniary promises of numerous responsible citizens for the expectation of newspaper support....If the people still wish to have a paper published among them, it is necessary to pay for it, and if they don't it was certainly unfair to say they did two years ago....
The Big Blue Union, published in Marysville by G. D. Swearingen, made its appearance two weeks ago....The Union is highly patriotic in tone and advocates a vigorous war policy.