Many of our readers will fiud their sabscriptiou bilis in this week" paper. They would iiot be sent out did we not need the nioney aud we would be pleased shonld each oue make an effort to rernit the amouut stated on the bilis. These are small in themelves bnt in the aggregate they amount to a large snm. It costs money to pnblish so good a paper as the Argus-Democrat, tnnch more than it would to publish a less newsy paper and the price is so low that the expense of presenting the small subscription bilis all over the county wuuld be so great that we feel justified in asking our friends to Eend the money to us and aid us in our efforts to still forther improve the paper. The Argos does not make a practice of filling its columus with dunning appeals and shall not do so, but it feels that once in long intervals it may say a word.