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v The fourth of July Convention which we
noticed in our last has met universal epproval. The Statesman rather opposed It at first as prema ture, but yields to the decided and general demon stration in its favor, ' The Democratic Editorial Convention which was to have met at Mount Vor hoftori the same day will meet at Columbus. We look for great results from this movement in the fall contest. The Statesman says; We give up, we have been behind public feeling once in our life. We doubted the propriety of the call of a convention, but those doubts are all thrown to the winds! From all quarters the bold, manly voice of the unconquered democracy of our State is sounding the peal to arms for a convention from every part of the Slate! Meetings are already being called in several counties, and general stir is going on. .What a difference! The Kelley clique here issued their call for a Slate convention, and had to back out, to escape the public in dignation of their pirty but the democrnts will have a convention anyhow. They are restive for a move against the wickedness of the last Legislature, and federalism in gene ral. ". . ' The advertisement of Mr. I. B.JSin'ith, 4 f Gilboa, will be found in our paper to-day. Mr. S. thinks he would like cash! better than credit!! and in this we agree with him. Farmers, give him a call. We like to see men in trade advertise. It is a proof that they understand how to do business, want to do business, and have wherewithal to do it. Such men trade largely, get quiet returns, and sell cheap. ftj- The Toledo Blade thinks as the U. S. Go ernment has determined on carrying the U. S. Mail between ports in the United 3 tatcs and for eign ports which vessels are also to be fitted for military purposes, and be surrendered to the Un ited States for such purposes, upon the occurrence of any emergency hopes that the same course will be taken in respect to gome half dozen steamers on these lakos. It very justly remarks that. "At present, the British Government might any day possess itself of the majority of eur staunch slenmers, by employing a few agents to purchase them at diflbrant points at the same time. They might be bought, and be on their way lo a Canadian port before the real purciiaser should be known. There should be some way provided for insuring these vessels, for; the use of the United States, in case of a war with Eng land. ' By chartering them to carry the mail or some other mode, the thing is practicable, and tliero is too much at stake for the go vernment to rest at ease, while preparation on the other side are going forward with so much activity." Re roiVrma Murder. The following is from the correspondence of the DttroitjDaily Advertiser, and is dated Monroe, June 5th. If Wells had been humbly connected, the Advertiser would never have thought that tompornry loss of reai3n was the cause of his brutal conduct. This plea of insanity put up in favor of gentoel murderers has become so frequent and met with such sym pathy that it has facilitated crime to a dangorouB degree; " A dreadful affiir happaned at this place lust evening, the outlines tf which arc as follows: Louis A. Hall, a toller in the Bank of River Riisin, was assissinated by a m m named George Wells, of Detroit, and in consequence of his wounds is now at the paint of death. Wells, it appears, arrived at the Bank last evening about 10 o'clock, alone and in a wagon. Ho awakened Hall who was then in bed, told him that he had brought some money in kegs from Detroit for the bank; also, that before reaching the placj ho had lost one of the kegs, and pro posing to leave the two with him in the Bank, wanted Hall to go and help him find the one that was lost. Hall went with him, and on returning from the spot without finding any keg, he was shot in the back by a revolving pistol. I he atl.ur was treated however as en accident. Before reaching home Wells fired again and the ball lodged in Mr. Hall's neck near the windpipe. Hall is not ex pected to live. Wells is in custody." The Advertiser says, " George Wells is a son of Rev. Mr. Wells, formerly pastor of the Presbyterian Church in this city, but now chaplain of the military post at Prairie du Chien, W. T. The father hasboeu spen ding some days in this city, but left, we be lieve, yesterday morning. We cannot but think that some extenuating circumstance appear in the sequel, or that the young man was laboring under a temporary loss of his reason. We have since received seme farther par ticulars which make the affair still more bloody and revolting. Hall was alive yester day morning, but could not leve long. Wells has been fully committed after an examina tion,". Democracy in Florida Triumphant. By a letter received by the Javannah dated Tallahasse, June 1st it is stated that " Mo selev. Democrat, is elected over Call, Whig, for Governor, by about 600 votes, and Levy, Democrat, tor Uongress, over i'ut nam, Whig, by 800 at least. The whigs admit that they have sustained a Waterloo defeat they have certainly lost the election of their candidates for Governor and Con gress, and have not as much as one-third of the Legislature. So for as heard from the whigs have elected to the Legislature S senators and the Democrats IS majority 7: the whigs have elected 11 Repre sentatives, the Democrats 30, majority 19. : Demo cratic majority on joint ballot 42. South Florida had not sent in returns but is certainly Democra tic. The whigs have indeed sustained a Wa terloo defeat in the new State. (KrFive Companies of U. S. Troops have taken up their line of march frem St. Louis to too .Rocky Mountains. They intend to visit ah Vj;';hidian tribes., - ' LATEST FOREIGN NEW(f. v The arrival of the Cambria br ings three day later intelligence from England.' The British journals were still discussing the Oregon ques tion, and the news from this oountry had changed their tone to one more guarded and apparently favorable to peace. There is however as much of genuine hatred us and our institutions as ever witness the ravings of the Tory Liverpool Mail : " When did England choat, rob, swindle or defraud the United States? She never did. The question, therefore, like Lord Rosse's monster telescope, must be turned in a different direction. And, we ask, when did the citizens of the United States cease to carry on a civil war of cheating, robbing, and swindling against this' country? She boasts of her honor. Can she pay her just debts? She brags of her power? She can not make a gun to arm her most formidable) frigate, the Princeton. The only national bank she over possessed was founded upon English capital; and, according to her usual practice, and the rules of her government, she swindled and robbed tho English share holders. In short, and in plain terms, the wholdt system of republicanism in the United Slates is founded on robbery. The revolu tion was a premeditated act of robbery. The sirmpathy of its leading revolutionists with France, was an act of " unquestionable'11 and unpardonable villainy. These be hard words ; but their truth is demonstrated in every act of that senseless and dishonest democracy. There are, however, may sensible men in America men of property and influence who see that dishonesty does not prosper that limits are set to mob rule and that the time has come when the institutions of the United States must undergo a change for the general benefit of the commonwealth." That portion of the English speculators who held iron and cotton at high rates, expecting war with America were much disappointed by a fall in theso artieles on the receipt of the news from this country. " The lime for inactivity is past, for that is tho very weapeu which we are told, by the best authority, is to be used against us. It is still as desirable and as possible as it has ever been, that the question should bo settled by an equitable arrangement, sanc tioned, if necessary, -by an arbitration. But if the American cabinet slinks back into that inactivity, of which wenow thoroughly un derstand the meaning and tho motive, it be comes the British Ministers to put an end to a convention that onlyaffords a cloak fur hostile designs against ft. British province, which have been already openly avewed by the President of the United States, and are only postponed by the superior craft of other American statesmen." London Times. "British ministers made tlie mistake of making their first proposal their ultimatum, and as American negocialors refuse this, the ncgociators that have come since, and are to come, will shrink to the last, -in a country like America, from maintaining less, or yield ing more, than their predecessors. If any party could or would cb this, it is the party f tho American Whigs. The Democrats cannot. And with soma foresight of tho difficulties that awaited any attempt at solu tion, wo certainly ought to have aimed at that solution when tho American Whig party was m powor, and when the Maine question being in debate, concession on the north east might have warranted and excused ob stinacy in the north-west. Morning Chroni cle. i Ireland. It is said that these is some doubt of the Maynooth grant passing the House of Lords. If se O'Connoll's insult to America will bo rathor a losing speculation, tie, is, nowevcr, aDout to call a series of monster meetings to agitate repeal and in consequence of this or soino other cause the Queen will not visit Ireland this soason. France. A correspondent of Wilmer's Times an English paper states that the Government papers of Louis Phillip are opposod to us on the Oregon question and that they have studied the question; but tho legitimist, liberal, and republi can papers are opposed to England, and have not studied it, and that therefore the French papers are against us! The Journal of M. Theirs, the Constitutionel, taunts the Government with its subserviency to England and hostility to its old ally the United States. It matters very little what tho French Journals say or Louis Phillip wishes, Frnnce is " the natural enemy of Eng land," and so it would bs found if mattors came to difficulty. ' i-' . The French are about establishing a Bank in Algiers. We do not know for what purposo ex cept to corrupt the insubordinate Arabs and make them more willing to bear a foreign yoke. Bank ers it is thought will be able to teach the pirates of the Mediterranean a less dangerous and more honorable way of robbing than they have hitherto pursued. '' . .-" Sweden has abolished slavery in St. Bartholo mew, one of tho West India Islands in her posses sion- ' The Progress of Comherck. W boast of the growth of our foreign trade. Let us see wherein it consists. - In the year 1795, according to the report of Mr. Tench Coxe, than Commissioner of the Revenue, the Ex ports of the U. States amounted to $47,155, 55S, of which the largest amount went to France and its dominions, viz; $12,653,035 The next largest amount to the Hanse towns, $9,655,S24; the next to Ureat Britain, 218,548. Pennsylvania was the largest ex Dortins State eleven millions; New York ten millions; Massachusetts seven millions; Rhode Island one and a quarter millions. The whole amount of Cotton, exported in that year was 20,921 " pockets and bags." Cotton then was the least valuable of our exports, scarcely worth mentioning. Take that item from our present exporfsrtd they would co very little beyond thoseof 1795r Nearly the whole incroaso of out, foreign trade is due to the South and its great pro duct, Cotton. Charleston Mercury. - fjr A fossil turtle, eighteen feet long, and seven feet high, has been discovered in the Himalaya hills. . GENERAL ITEMS. , ; C. J. McNiltv. We find the following paragraph in relation to Mr. McNulty, late clerk of tho House of Representatives, in Congress, in the Cincinnati Daily Commer cial of the 22d inst.' ; " We understand from one of Mr. MeNul ty's friends, a day or two siriee, tliat tho Col. had succeeded in making good his deficit with tho government, and that he weuld ro turn to stand his trial this summer at least more than hulf atoned fer. 03" The Cashier of the' Bank of St. Clair was in Cleveland a short time ago, and redeemed several thousand dollars of St. Clair meney, by giving duo bills payable in pine lumber at tho market price. The Plain Dealer thinks that pine is rathsr a soft banking basis, under the circumstances hut as good as can be expected. Tiir Fire at Quebec. Seventeen dead bodies had been found among the ruins en Saturday evening, and more it is supposed, would hv discovered. The number of houses destroyed is 1630, besides out-houses. &c. In .15 of the 33 streets, the scene of the fire, net a single house remains. Far tho relief of the sufferers, the sum of 7000 had been raised in Quebec, and about 5003 in Montreal. Never look at tho girls. Oh, no, they can't bear to be looked at; they rejjard it as an insult. They wear their fine feathers and bustles merely to gratify their mammas that's nil. Salem Adv. The editor of tho " Advertiser" has been indicted for the alsove, and will be tried on next Valentine's Day. Pittsburgh Contributions. The Pitts burgh American says. A long and able re port has beou made by the committoe of councils appointed on this subject, (the tire.) It recommends tho immediate distribution of tho money in gift to the sufferers all ex cept the State donation, which it purposes to return to the treasury. Tho amount thus far received is .$132,190 05, besides the $50, 000 from tho State. & 05" "1 W'H 'v0 yu my head, if you are not wrong," exclaimed a dull and warm ora tor to the President Montesquieu, in argu ment. " I will accept," replied the philoso pher, " any trifle among friends has its value." Vegetable Pills. The New Orleans Picayune states, that a scheming Yankee has been selling " purely vegetable pills" through tho southern country at a great rate. On undergoing unalysis they were found to bo purely vegetables, indeed. They were nothing more or less than common garden peas, dipped in a solution of powdered li quorice. 07" The most unparalleled piece of impu dence ever we have heard of, is that tho Bri tish Consul at New York is striving to erect a church in which prayers are to be offered for the Queen and Royal family. 05 Tho Findlay Democrat contains .the renunciation of whiggery of Mr. James Henry, of Hancock country. He says his reasons for the change ore various, " but their course in creating worthless banking institutions is alone sufficient for me to renounce them forever. I shall support tho democratic ticket hereafter." Tho bank and tax laws of last winter, will open the eyes of thou sands. 03r The dreught is truly distressing, in this county. There are acres of ground, we are credibly informed, on which the wheat is se parched and withered, that it would hum up if fire was applied to it. Farmer Findlay June 9. Crps i Illinois. Tho Warsaw Signal says, trom present appearances, the crops in this section promise to be unusually large. x iia sujsuu uius iar nag avail iavorauie. Ohio Stocks. The Journal of Saturday congratulates its readers that Ohio stocks bearing six per cent, interest have advanced to 98i cents on the dollar. It fails, however to state that their six months interest will be due in July, which, taken from the amount, would leave Ohio sixes at but 95j. It fails. also, to inform its readers thatwhen whig gery took possession of this State last fall, Ohio stocks in the New York market were above par. Ohio Statesman. The Ohio Statesman in reply to an article in the Ohio State Journal, has the following. " Contempible Lying. " The Journal says that Jesse Smith, the red dog banker, is a democrat. A baser falsehood was never found in the columns of that profligate sheet. Jesse Smith, a democrat? Why he was tho very head and front of Licking county whig gery. In 1840 he furnished the most of the funds, upon which whiggery, in that country, guzzlod hard cider and built mock log cabins. After the election of " Tippecanoe and Ty ler too," this same rod dog banking establish ment furnished the materials used by the ceons in building bonfires te exhibit their joy. The store of Jesse Smith, as late as 184.J, exhibited large handbills glorifying over the result of that demoralizing and dis graceful campaign. During tho last fall, this same Jesse Smith boasted in this city that he would rathor lose $2,500 than that Mr. Clay should lose his election." Here is a protty good description of Sax- ton's" father of tho St. Clair Red Dog." Jjear that in mind," neighbor; and, remem ber a1S0 when you next feel inclined to slander yur political opponents, by such bass attempts to blast their reputation, that "Curaes, like chickens, will come home to roost." Will eur neighbor please te tell us what are the political predilections of those, in this town, who paid out to tho farmers such large amounts of Red Dogs for their wheat? Do toll: who anct wnai are.tney i may u vou can make seme capital out of it for the Canton Bank. Shall we hear from you? Stark Co. Dem. - Exiles Retchnbd. The Montreal papers anaounce the arrival of David, Gugnon, Jo seph Geguet, Evie'ne (Stephen) D'Abglias and Jean Morisette, who took part in the re bellion; and were sent to Van Dieman's Land in 1839. They loft their place of ex ile in December. Tho Minerve says : ' Merisctte was not id cempany with the other Canadians at Sydney, but belonged te a party of American convicts who Were land ed in another part of the penal colony; these last are reported to have been cruelly ill treated during their captivity. Morisette did not take his passage home with the others ; they did not meet until they reached Whitehall, and their surprise was great, as they had never seen each other since their separation near Buffalo. Tho remainder of the exiles at Sydney were all well: some had the means of returning, but were wait ing for their other companions in misfortune. It is said that pecuniary assistance has beon forwarded to them, and that here is no doubt they are all now on thoir passage home, QCT It is estimated in a beutliern paper that from forty to sixty theusand Southerners visit the Northern (states every summer, and that they spend the sum of $12,000,000, ex clusive of the outlays for clothing, furniture, &c. EXHIBIT SHOWING THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF PUTNAM COUNTY, From the first of June, 1844, to the first of Jum, imo. RECEIPTS. To amount received of H. S. Knapp, ov ercharged, 1843 " " transferred to County Fund $ 82 50 37 SO trom sale ol Seotton 16, Union township 11 " " from Lima and Per ryBburg Turnpike " " received for Tavern License " " " Horse License " " " Fines snd costs col lected instate easel " " " of Director of Ka- lida " " " on Forfeited Road Bonds " " " of Public Debt Tax collected..... 32 02 50 00 55 00 68 00 257 98 20 00 t09 00 2213 25 tO 64 5 25 5 00 75 00 20 23 " " " County Tax collect ed on Duplicato " " " of F. Shull, errone ously left off Dup licate " " " on Merchants' Cap ital " " " on Auction Licenso " " " of Fund Commis sioners, interest on Surplus Revenue " " " on hand at last set tlement Total amount $3153 33 EXPENDITURE. By amount paid Judges and Clerks of E- Iections and returning Poll Books $203 OS " " " for Viewing, Surveying, and Assessing damages on Roads 5G 37 " " " H.S. Knapp for printing Delinquent List for 1844 92 00 " H.S.Knnpp for publish ing exhibit of Receipts and Expenditures for 1843 13 50 " H.S. Knapp for publish ing Act to regulate Mi litia S 52 S. Knapp for printing School Notice for Town ship Clerks 3 50 S. Knapp, printing Circulars and Blanks for Assessors 42 00 II. S. Knapp for Print--ing Blanks and Adver tising Stationery 14 00 Treasurer for giving Tax Notice 21 25 County Cemmissioners 61 00 lor repairing ofrices and laying Floors in the same 59 18 Higgine & Gillelt, At tornics for collecting Surplus Revenue 125 00 J. J. Ackerman, Attor ney in the case of State of Ohio vs. Hubbards 25 00 G. L. Higgins, Attornoy for services to obtain sale of Section 16 in Ri- loy township 25 00 It. ii. liiggins for same for Blancliard township- 25 00 Same for same for GreenBburgh township- IS 00 iiiggius and Ackerman for same for Sugar creek Tewnship 15 00 Accounts allowed by Commissioners 6 75 paid for abstracts of en umeration of Youths 37 63 paid for Justices and Witnesses, in State cases 22 14 postage on official com munications Assessors 3 79 56 00 153 00 44 00 Grand and Petit Jurors- Associate Judges- Win. Monroe tor clean- ing Court House 4 50 ' Prosecuting Attorney, yearly allowance " Geo. Skinner, for bind ing books " Clerk (Common Pleas) 100 00 1 00 yearly allowance and fees in State cases 65 41 " Clerk for: services on . sale of Sections 16 IS 48 " Sheriffyearly allowance and fees in State cases- 93 95 " Sheriff for proclaiming annual Election- " Constables for attending on Jury- of taxes refunded erroneous ly sold paid for recording official Bonds " for Wood for Publio Offices " O. Risley, for services. as County Auditor 12 00 7 00 11 77 7 00 SO 68 958 02 , ; $2475 49 Whole amount of Receipts- ,-$3153 33 Expences--- 2475 49" Balance in favor of the County 677 84 :, t . J. E. CREIGHTON, .;: Ceuntj Auditor, Kalida, June 20, 1845. Si6 POSTSCRIPT. DEATH OF EX-PRESIDENT JACKSON. A friend who came last evening from tho south says, that it was Stated in several jour nals, and generally credited, that Gen. AN DREW JACKSON died at the Hermitage on the 10th inst. One of eartls greatest and noblest spirits has gone home to God. Morse's TELEGKArH.-Arranrrnonts have been made for laying a magnetic telegraph from Albany to Utica to be ultimately, no doubt extended to Buffalo, was, and to Bos ton and NeW York, east and south. .We shall then receive news from Boston or New York, we suppose, in a few miiiutes, or per haps even seconds! Daily National Pilot. We find the following very prttty notice or a bank ips eulnter in the Germantown Gazette, whig paper; " vVANTrey Onk Hundred Dollars, in Washington Bnnk paper. (Miamlsbrirgh, for which 10 cents on the dollar will be given. Apply nt the Gazette Office. Mny23." i Now come, you farmers and mechanics who "earn your brend by the sweat of the brow," and who have been com pelied to receive the above trash ns a reward for your la bor, Just "upply at the Gazette office" and this coon editor and federal bonk ndvocste will pay you TKN CENTS ok thk DOLLAR) Why, what wonderful coon mngnnnimity and federal lihernlily. Tin cents on the dollabI And that too by a great sticklers for banks, if not a down right honker!! Who would ever have thought of finding such whole souled liberality among bunkers? We did not. Til cents on the noLLARl Wonderful mnghanilnltyf. Astoa tehing liliernlity!l Hut, " come ensy go ensy, Is an old proverb; and as the fnrmcr mnkes his money by mauling raits, these very consistent and open-hearted bank advo cotes think he enn very well afford to be snakes NINETY CENTS on the sollakHI Pretty, liberal discount this, truely. Hut, neighbor, when shall we have another assay on the d0ites and unproductivnt " of Bank capital? Ehl Dtmteratic Spark. married, In Kallde, on Friday the 13th inst. by John Kuhns, fisa; Mr. MICHAEL SHANK to Mrs. BETSEY HAMPSHIRE, both of this township. The united ages of this happy couple, still glowing with love's fires, Is about nt kundrii and forty yeart. In Gilbon, on Monday Uie 10th inst. by the Iter. Mr. HounAY, Mr. GEORGE GOBLB to Miss LAURA ACK LEY, both of Putnam County. PRICES CURRENT, - CORRICTED WEIKLY FIOM TBI TIFFIN ADVIRTHElt, TOLEDO ELADI AND CINCINNATI ENQUIRER. At TiJSln. Toltdo. Cincinnati. June 1 . June 12 June 10. 0.75 ..40 a 50 ..05a 1,00 a 56 ..35 a 40 .3,00 a 3,50 .1,501 1,75 .1,15 a 1,29 ... a 1,50 ..30a 35 a 1,50 ..50a 63 .1,75 a 2.00 .3,05 a 3,7S 13,00 a 13,50 12,00 a 12,50 .H,00a 9,00 Wheat, per bush Corn, " " Barley, " ' Rye, " " .$0,70 .n,fll t'2 ..37 a 38 .08 a 701 ... 3T ... 31 .lal.lt ...2,50 ... 37 Oats, " " Clover, " " Timothy, " " Flaxseed," " Beans, " " Potatoes,"- " , Apples, dried " Green, " Peaches, dried" ..... Flour, per bhl... Pork, clear " Mess, " Prime, " Hams, smoked, per lb. SnOULHERS, " .. Bkep, mess, per bbl. ... Dried, per ewt.... , Lard, per lb CnEESK, " Butter, " . 3,50 3,90 a 4,00 12,00412,53 .. 07 a . . 05 a .,50a 08 061 7,00 6.00 .5.00 er.ia . 04 a 07J 06 8 , 25 . 5 . 061 , 28 . 00 US 2S 20 2ft ..18 a .. 25 a .. 25 a iikeswax," Feathers" Tallow. " GlNSENO, " ..00a 00 Eaos, perdoz BANK NOTE TABLE. CORRECTED WEEKLY FROM TIIB N. Y. EVENING POST. OHIO. Domestic bonds .... Belmont of St. Clairsville. .21 TuebanOnMiami Bkg co. broke Lancaster Lafayette b. Clntinnatl... .21 Chillirothe " ivinriettn " Rank of Cincinnati. ...broke Maseilon. " M.T. b.'Ciotinnutl....l0 Manhnttnn fraud Circieville old bank.. broke uieveinna.... , Circieville 2t Mount Pleasant 2 Muskingum...... " Miami Exporting co. 11 Norwnlk...-. " Ohio Rail Road eo.... fraud Clinton h. of Columbus Columhhtna. Commercial h.of Cincinnati "I Commercial h.of Hciota...2fl Commercinl h. of h. Erie.. 5 Dayton 2 Farmers b. ofCanton 50 F. 4c M. b. Staiihenvil!e...21 Fronklin b. of Cincinnati.. " Frnnklinh. of Colundius.. " Ohio Life and Trust o. ...24 fffanduskv " Hteuhenvillc fraud ITrbana bkg co ..a.de' West Union do Western Reserve S4 Washington broke German b. of Wooater. broke Genuin 2 Gallipolls... fmud Grnnville do Wooster 1 Xenla 3 Znuesville 1 Hamilton 20 COUNTY CONVENTION. A Countv Convention of the Democracy of the county of Putnam will be held at Columbus Grove, on Saturday, the 21st instant, to choose delegates to a convention to be held at Columbus, on the 4th of July next, to consult on the hotter organization of the party to oppose and correct the iniquitous measures of the Whig Legislature of last winter, and to give unity and efficiency to the views of the Demo cracy at this crisis. T. R. McCLUBE, June 12, 1845. Ck'n. Central Cam. 1845- 100,000 DOLLARS WANTED! AT GILBOA, OHIO. IB. SMITH has just received and is now t opening a general assortment of spring and summer goods, suitable for this market; among his stock may be found Cloths, Calicoes, Sattin etts, Summer stuffs of every description, Vestings, Veils, Ticking, Sheetings, Shirtings, Twist, But tons, Thread. Drillings, Joans, Cotton yarn from 6 to 10 of the best quality, PontaUon stuffs, and Laces, Sewing Silks and Bed Cords, i Groceries Sugar, Molasses, Tea, Coffee, To baeco, Alum, Spice, Ginger, Nutmegs, Pepper, and Indigo. Hardware and Cutlery -Door hingings,Lock, Iron Butts, Shovels and Tongs, Traps, Hammers, Smoothing Irons, Patent Horseshoes, Shoe Knives, Gimblets, Knives and Folks and Brushes. Hats and Caps Hats and Caps of all kinds shapes and sizes, from a fine Leghorn up to brush fence, and Ladies' Bonnets to match Lots of Palm leaf hata for boys. Iron, Nails and Glass, SICKLES, SYTHES, AND SNATHS; jurr QUANTITY OF BOOTS, SHOES AND SOLE LEATHER. Crocker T Tea Setts, Plates, Mugs, Pitchors, Bowls, &c. &c. . Mr. Smith has tried the High Pressuro System long enough, and henceforth Goods will be sold Cheap, and for Cash only; Iring en your money, and you shall have asmany goods as you can carry away. TRY and Ste! The PRODUCE of the country will not be re fused in evchange for goods, and a nigh, market price paid far Beeswax, Ashes, Feather and Ginseng. N. B. Old Accounts must be settled, v Gilboa, June 20, 1&45. . 326x NOTICE IS hereby given that the Commissioners at their June session, 145, levied a tax for Road pur poses for the ensuing year of eight! mills on each dollar's valuation of taxable property in the county of Putnam, Ohio. . . I J. E. CREIGHTON. 1 Ckunty Auditor. Kalida, June 20, 1845. 226 A'