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- 6. Resolved, .That liberty consists in the
utmost freedom' of individual will, individual tfttion, and individual responsibility. Thai to Secure this, is the proper object of govern ment. That the genius of Despotism always Aim at the transfer of power from man in hip individual, to men in their collective ''capa city; hence the first object is to concentrate the utmost power in government the next ia' the creation of an' aristocracy, by letters patent or acts of incorporation, both aiming at the establishment of a permanent order, with hereditary or curporato succession, en dowed with privileges and exemptions, and Invested with a monopoly of some great source of power and profit in the community. Hence all the reforms of modern gnvernmen have consisted lit wresting power from men in their collective capacity, to restore it to man in his individual cap icily. '.'7; Resolved, Thai feudul aristocracy was loundea on sounder ana nooier principles thaii the corporate aristocracy of the present day. '. The powers and privileges of ancienl baronaize were confessed in consideration avowedly, of eminent ability, virtue, or public service, and were held oh condition of render ing extraordinary aid lo the state, lint cor porate privileges, and even the great public trust of regulating tho currency are now con ferred on men without any pretentions to ability, public service, or even any guarantee of probity but upon the sole condition of subscribing stock; thus delegating the most fearful and irresponsible power over tho in dustry and property of the land to those to whom accident orartihce may have given the sole qualifications. '' 8. Resolved, That the corporate privilege of concentrated means, limited liability and protracted succession beyond the casualties and conditions of individual action, ought not to be conferred on money, which is one of the forces of society, already too lofluenlia to be duly restrained by moral and intellect wal power, which can derive no advantages from corporate existence. 9. Resolved, That before the Bmk law of last winter tho people of Ohio were miking rapid progress in prosperity, notwithstanding the recent extinction ot the greater part of their previous banks. The pooplo had dis covered by the sudden cessation ot h ilt the banks in 1842, without reducing prices or impeding improvement, that banks were not required for the useful purposes of trade and iudustry, and the remaining banks might have expired and with them all agitation of the currency question, and consequent distur bance and uncertainty of business But the Whig Legislature has resolved to tinker the currency again to renew agitation to re establish instability, and to destroy confidence by bringing back all the discordant elements of fluctuation. 10. Resolved, That the attempt to raise prices by the creation of banks is equally impracticable and disastrous. If the prices f produce in Ohio should be advanced by the new banks, all who buy such produce, oven if citizev.s of Oiiio themselves, would resort to neighboring States to make their purchases mi Ohio p-oduce would nccumti late until it should fall in price again, or rot. If the price of labor in Ohio wero increased above that of oilier States, how could we sell the produce of that labor as low as other States? And if we could not sell as low as they, we could not sell at all. If the prices of merchandise imported into tho Stat; was advanced more than elsewhere, we s'lotild soon be filled with the gouds of other States .and foreign countries and all our hard money taken away in payment. . " 11. Resolved, That the publx revenue of Ohio amounts, each year, to more than two millions. To accept bank notes in payment thereof is to lend the banks that sum of the people's mon y without interest, a privilege for which the banker piys no equivalent, whilst he exacts interest from every one of the people who borrows of him so tnat he makes the people pay interest on two millions of their own money. The whole circulation of the banks, whilst in the hands of the peo- pie, is in fact a loan from the holder to the banks, amounting, on an average, to fivo or six millions and no, these loans the banks ' receive an interest of about half a million annually. 12. Resolved, That inasmuch as the piper money system is not only useless, but unpro 'filablo, immoral, unsafe, and despotic, it be comes the duty of the Stale lo abstain from giving it countenance in future by taking paper as money in the collection of Slate revenue. It is neither right, nor proper, nor democratic for a government of the people to. take for money the promises of a small class of the people, and that class the rich, and refuse tho promises of the great mass "Wio live by their labor. 18. Resolved, That the existence of paper money being .thus an evil of such magnitude public morals and public pol;cy require of ttbe Legislature to prohibit fJourls ot Justice in future from sanctioning or enforcing any contract or transaction in such a currency. 14, Resolved. That the repeal of the Bank Jaw of Ohio, the collection of the revenue of lhe State in gold and silver, and the Legisla tive and Judicial invalidation of all future transactions in paper money, will free tho people of Ohio of the curse ot paper currency, ; either from their own or the banks of sur .' rounding States and will in our day, bring 1 on "a golden age." - 15. Resolved, That an organized concen trated and privileged money power is one of deadly hostilty to I bor;y. That the Demo cracy of Ohio has too long tolerated such an ?!ntrest from a mistaken and dangerous spirit of compromise and expediency. ' That the .hour has at length arrived to decide whether 1 this shall be a government of persons or of J property, of men or money. Tint we there fore repudiate any furl her concession to the enemy in. any form or reform of banking, ex perience having proved all such measures to i be usafe or ineffectual. Democracy, there of ore, calls en al her sons lo stand by the con--stiiutional currency, and whosoever shall fait V or betray the cause ix. this great crisis oj its fate ih:ill be henceforth and forever an outcast and exile from Democratic confidence and honor. And the Preamble and Resolutions passed unanimously. VV. M. Corry offered the following resolu tions on the tariff of 1842: Resolved'. That we are opposed to" the tariff of 1812, or any other protective tariff, because we believe 1. That Congress has no constitutional power to bestow the favor of the Government on one branch of industry more than another. 2. That such a policy is unwise and un profitable, as individual enterprise and siga ciiy are tho surest guides to the profitable employment ot capital and labor. 3. That tho tariff of 1821 is not only an invidious and unjust discrimination betweeu different classes of labor, but it is a measure for the benefit of particular sections of the Union to the detriment of the south and west especially. ' Resolved, That a Committee of five be appointed to correspond with the Secretary of the Treasury for the purpose of commuui eating the effect of the tariff of 1843 on the agricultural and other interests of the west. Which were passed unanimously, and Thereupon the following gentlemen were appointed said Committee by lhe Convention, viz: Llwood fisher, Win. t. Johnson, A. W. Anderson, Claries Roemelin, and John Groff. On motion of W. F. Johnson, the following preamble and resolution were also passed. W hkheas, Some two years ago, the Senate and House of Representatives of Ohio con descended to demagogue upon tho compen sation of officers, and reduced their salaries and per diem allowance to sums so small, as either to throw a burden upon men of ordinary circumstances too great to bo borne, or to throw the officers into the hands of men of wealth. Therefore Resolved, That the democracy of Ohio are able to pay their public servants a reasonable compensation. "TnB Democrario Pioneer." is the title of a now paper lately started at Upper San dusky, O.'iio, W. T. Giles, Editor and Pub lisher. It is edited with spirit and ability, and we are inclined to believe will take the right way to sweep the federal foe from their present ill gotten and ill deserved power. We hope the paper will be successful. New York Anti-Renters . Gov. Wright of New York has issued his proclamation) declaring the county of Delaware in a state of insurrection! lhe authorities, civil and military, are called on to enforce the law. It is said vigorous measures will be adopted. Ariiustnnt General Harrington has already left Albany for Delhi, the county seat of Delaware. (gj- The Union states that the Litest news from Mexico is, that there will be no declaration of war; and that Gen. Herrari is olected President Michael Leaihcrman, Esq. of Alien County is the Democratic Candidate for Re presentative from the District composed the counties of Van Wert, Mercer and Allen. Yucatan. The refusal by the authorities of Yucatan to join the Mexican Government in a war against the United Slates, is an im portant fact, that cannot fail to exercise a political influence on current events. It shows at least that the feelings of hostility, winch is so clamorous against this country at the capital, does not extend to the remote' Departments. The province of Yucatan has ever been distinguished for its liberal no tions. It fought against Santa Ainu, and re sisted the establishment of Centralism suc cessfully. And for some time past, its posi tion h is been one of almost entire independ ence of the General Government. Tho event is no doubt within the recollection of our readers, that during the revolution which broke out there several years ago, Yucatan formed an alliance with Texas, and co-oper ated with the Texan fleet, under Commodore Moore, in waging war upon Mexico. The population, we are told, are superior as a great mass to the rest of the Mexicaus. 1 he proportion of whites, of the European Span ish blood, among them, is greater, and e. lo cation is more extensively diffused. The people of that province have shown a decid ed capability for self-government, but their remoteness has prevented the exurcise of an influence that, if exerted, might yet redeem Mexico. Considering the character and po sition of Yucatan, it is not at all surprising that the public authorities have refused their sancuon to hostilities against the United States. We should rather expect them to favor than to oppose tho progress of annex ation. The same feeling, to a great extent, no doubt pervades the liberal and enlighten ed classes throughout Mex"co. They are conscious of the total incompetency of the Mexican rabble to govern themselves; and lamenting over the certain ruin which turbu lence and anarchy are bringing on their coun try, would gladly welcome the extension of American institutions, and rejoca lo see the area of freedom7 advancing its boundary South of Tchuantepec N. O. Bulletin. . Canal Boats Lost. Lust week the Gen eral Wayne Steamer undertook to tow from Cleveland to this place, six canul boats. When near Avon some twenty milns west ward from Cleveland the wind blew so strong as to chafe the towing lines so much zi to cut them adrift. The bonis of course were all driven ashore, with how much dum ag?, wo havo not learned. But one of them was insured. This is quite a loss nt this time when ad ditional boals are greatly needed to carry forward the tirge cargoes of goods constant ly arriving for the south west We would not employ a Monroe steamer to bring canal boats through the lake to Toledo. Toledo Blade. - V DIED, , . , t , ,. - On Holiday, the 13th imt., at the home of William Philips, near Kallda, Ann Ball, aged SO yean, Independent Nomination. To the Electors of the Counties of Putnam; r..i. t.j! trr.-ji.. rr-. UKtutIg, IStJluncv, iriutunu unu jjcriy, composing together one Representative District: The underlined presents Mmself bofce you as an Inde pendent enndidnte for Representative. Believing that the t'u Interest! of thia district have hoen long- neglocted. he now proposes to call your attention to them. Among (heir Interests lie regard! the Miami Extension Canal Lands and the Wahash and Erie Canal Lands aa the moat promt nent, and that an early occupation of these lands hy actual settlers would he of Immense benefit to you. We therefore will advoea'e surrender of those lands to ae tnal settlers, In quantities of 40 or 80 neres to each settler, upon the condition only that such settlors shall actually and continunllv oeeupy the same in a time of not less than live years, and at the end of that tlm to receive a deed for the same. Should the Electors sen fit to elect the underslin ed as their Representative, he will devo'e his hest efforts 10 the attainment of this o'lje-t. Jin the meantime he will address the E'ectors in support of this measure, and aet forth his views in relation to it, at the following times and placea. to wit: At Napoleon, Henry CountyTuesday, Sept. 2S.at 7 t. M At Bryan, Williams County, Thursday, Sept. 25, at I, P. H. At Defiance, Defiance County, Friday, Kept. 50, at I, P. M. At Charloe, Pauldln; County, Saturday, Sept. 87, at I, P. M. And in the County of Putnam, at Gilboa, Saturday, Oc tober 4. at 7, P. M. And In Knlidn, Monday. October 6, at 7, P. M. If Mr. K iapp, the democratic candldnte, will attend at these meetings time and opportunity will be aflorded him lo address the Electors. JOHV J. ACKERMAN. Kallda, Putnam County, Ohio. Sept. 13, 1845. Democritic Caiinty Convention. Ti, nomn-rntlc oftlm several Townships of the County are requested to nssemMe at the Court House, in Napoleon, on Tucsdny.thn 2rd Inst, at 3 oVork T. M. for the purpose of nomhntins two Commissioner. One Audi'or, one Trensu'er, one Purveyo-. and one Prosecuting Attorney, lo ho supported by the people at the next annunl Election. The several Townships are enunr-a io i" iunu'mk .....r ..r HiTntM in the Cotmtv Convention, to wit: Damrscus, S; Richland. S; Myo, S; Liberty. 2; Hnrrlson, 4; Napoleon. 3; Flat Rock 4; nidgevllle, S; Freedom, 4; and Pleasant, S. ADmS0V GOODY ER. JAME1 O. HALY, N. A. GR WE, JOHV FULLER' WILLIAM PIPER. Democratic Q mtral Ccnmittu. Napo'eon, Ohio, Sept. 6th, 1815. SHERIFF'S SALE. BY virtue of a wit o' vend! ciponns. Issued Pom the Co'irt or Common piens of Putnnit County, Ol io, and tome directed. I shall ofTer at . pu' M- sn'e nt the l ouse ol Henry Shank, In the township of Ri-iilnnii InVe county of rmnnm and S'nte of Ohio, on Tuesday, the ?tt day Of Pcptem' er, A. n., 184 , between the I oureot in o cukk, A. M.. ami 4 o'clock. P. M.. of said day, the following deseri' ed soods and chattels, to wit: One yo'e or oxen, two cows, one sorrei mare, onn ay horse, and one wind mill, taken in execution as the proper ty of Henry Shank, at the suit of Jr.mee II. Vail. T. R. McCLURE, SrfjT. BitKBirF's omt-r, Knlida. Sept. 16th. 1843. 23Sb BHERIF'S SALE, BY virtue of a wit of rsirft tr.pona Ismeri from the coii-f of common nlens of Putnam county . Ohlcnpa to me dl-e-red, I ahull oTcr at pnMIc sale nt the House ot of Putnam, and s'a'eofOhlo, on Monday, the SOthdayof Eimer Hartsl orn. In the 'owner not atonroe, in ire rouniy Septem'e-, A. D. 1845, 'etween the hoiks or ,u ovine, M. and 4 oV'o-k p. m. of anid day, the following described goods and chntte's, to wit: One one horse wntcon, taken in execution as the-proper-ty of Iaaac McHenry, at the auit of E'mer Hartshorn. T. R. McCLURE, Sheriff. of Putnam eoun'v. Kalida.Septemhcr.'ie, 1643. S36h SHERIFF'S SALE. " BY virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas to me directed from tho Court of Common Plena, of Eri County Ohio, I will offer for sale nt the house of Matthew Cumbers in Gilboa. on Saturday , the 27th dny of September, next, 1845, hotween the hours of ten o'clock, A. M., nnd four o'clock, P. M.. of snid dnv the following described goods ani chattels, to wit: Three eight dny brass clocks, one musical ornss clock, one set of Blncksnriilh tools, one yoke of oxen, red, & while, one eoriel hors", one grey horse, one bny stud horse, one dnrhnm heitnr, one one horse Buggy, nnd one two hots? Wagon, taken as the property of Mithew Chambers, Stansberry Sutton, and others, to satisfy a judg ment in fuvor of Uordin C. Coit nnd olhers. T. R. McCLURE, Sheriff. Sheriffs office, ) Kilida, Sept. 16th, 1815 J 238H. EZRA S. DODD'S ESTATE. NOTICE is hereby given that tho Subscribes has bren appointed and qualified as Admi nistrator on the estnte of Ezka S. Dodd, late of Henry County deceased. Dated Damascus this 8:h day of September. SARAH A. DODD, Jdm'r, of E. S. Dood rfcc'i. SHERIFF'S SALE'. DY Virtue of a Decretal order to me directed from the Court of common' pleas of Putnnm county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of day Court House in said County. on Monday, the 6th the of October next, 1845, between the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and lour o'clock P, M. of snid day the following described tract of land, to wit: The east half of the south west quarter and the north west quarter of the south west quarter of section in o. eignteen in towns:np one south range eight east, situated in snid county of Putnam, and taken as the property of Samuel Hooper, to satisfy a decree in Chancery in favour of Nathaniel H. Bugley. T. R. McCLURE Sh Sheriff's Office, Kalida, Sept. 1. 11)45. 236d SHERIFF'S SALE. BY virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas to mo rlirpntprl IVnm thn Pmirr nf rnmmnn nlnna of Putnam county .Oliio, I will offer for sale ot the door of the Court House in Kalida, in siid county on Monday, the 6th day of October next, 1845, be tween the hours of ten o'clock, A. M., nnd four o'clock P. M. of said day the following described tract of land to wit: The north west quarter of the north east quarter of section nineteen, town one south, range eight east, containing forty acres, taken as the pro perty of A rchibald and Melinda Powell at the suit of Jumcs Wilson. - , T. R. McCLURE, S7i'. Sheriff's Office, Kalida, Sept. I, 1845. 236d FASHIONABLE ' i ' JOSEPH TINGLE, RESPECTFULLY Info-ins the citizens of Knlida and tie enrronndln? rountry that he carries on the l-usi-hiss of TAILORING in all Its hrtm-hes. Ho .reuhirly metres plates of the LATEST FJiSHIOtfS from PI 11 ndelphfn, and Is prepared trt fulfil all orders ia his line of business in n tasteful nnd workmanlike manner. CUTTING done to Arder on the shortest notice, Prices to (iiiihe times. Shop next house above T. Coulter's store. "Kalida, July 8, 164$ 88. WESTERN HOTEL, (Gilboa.) CIIRISTIA S HESZ f sm ljss.K TXAS purchased the well known fiiSif tnvern steirtd iff tiil boa, Put- iiujii vuiAuiy, imu, iiiiuiy. vucujjieu hv John R. nrniirlitnn. nnd hifa frttAfl the Same up for the accommodation , ,! ,i i , . . inepuoiic. ne nones, oy a strict attention to the wants and convenience of those who may favor him with their patronage, to merit continuance ui ine same, uuuoa, f eb., '44. LAND AGENCY. fXlHE subscriber has established a Land Acen I cy at Kalida, Ohio, for the purchase and sale cy Real Estate, payment of Taxas, Ate. in t Counties of Putnam, Paulding and Van Wert. he Being connected Willi the American Associn Agency, which extends throughout the Un ted States and the principal States of Europeited expects to be of essential benefit to all who , he engage his services. GEO. SKINNEftioy Yr i!- .-VI- T, A..M.. miiiuu, umo, i-eo, z?, imi. k Great Keiiuclion of Price! PROSPECTUS OF THE DEMOCRATIC REVIEW. rT1IIE price of lhe Dumocbatic Review hns heretofore hp en Ion iiili not fur its o s.ze cost, and character, but for the means of tens ot niousands ot readers who would be glad to receive it, and among whom it is highly dosiruhle thut it should circulate. For the purpose llicmfore, of largely widen ing the range of its usefulness, and of multi plying tho numbers of thoso to whom it may be accessible, it lias been determined, simul taneously with the great reduction in the ex penses ofthe postage, to reduce iissubscrip lion price, also, from Five to only YVircedol lars; nnd when several unite in subscription to ns low as 2,50, or even 2,30 per annum. This very large reduction in tho receipts (accompanied with but a comparatively sin ill diminution ofiisexpenses);uvolves,of course, an entire sicrifice of profit upon it, unless compensated by a vast multiplication ofsub scrionrs. There will bo at the outset only a small reduction in its number of pages; soon to be restored to its old number, without in crease of price, when the anticipated success of lhe experiment shall justify it. The Portraits ok DisTnvnnrsTrun TV-h. ocrats will be continued engraved in bet- icr ana more costlv style than licretolorc. The Pos TAGE will hereafter, for nnv rlis. lance, be only five and a half cents; it has uuruioiure oueu, ior over iuu miles, eigftleen cents. We look for an exlcns'on of circulation to be reckoned bv tens of thousands as tho re sult and compensation of this great reduction of price. Every friend of the work, and of tho Democratic principles and cause, is con fidently appealed to, to exert himself with an active interest to procure it subscribers; both to extend its Useful lless. nnd In r.nrrv it oiip. cessfully through the crisis of this great re- uuciiuu 01 113 receipts. 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Inct this rule, the vital necessity of which, ai uiu iiiusein reauceu rates, must be obvi ous to all. No communications will be taken from the Post OHice unless free of postage. All communications, both on editorial and publishing business, must bo addressed henceforward to the undersigned. Those relating to the settlement of past debts due the work will be still addressed to Mr. H. G. Laxgiev, 8 Aslor House, the pist arrange ments with whom, as publisher, have reach ed their termination. J. L. O'Sdllivan. July, 1815, 132 Nassua street, New York. LAST LIKENKS3 OF GE?f. JACKSOX. The admirable Digiioneotypu of General Jackson, taken hy Anthony, Edwards &Co. a few weeks before his d,Inh. h-.a I irtAn imr chased for the use of the Democratic Re view, it is m the hands of the artist, and will he encraved in the finnst otvl r .., , o - wjio ji nil-:.- zotint of extra size. It is a most beautiful ana interesting work declared by Mr. Van Buren and others to ot the good and greal old man than any unlet iiMmttsa; ana ought lo bo possessed and framed by every friend who loves or re vcres h'.s merporv. Tln.an ibr, o,,K.r;i.o w vs-uw II Oil Ukji. UUV early will receive it as one of tho regular aeneg ot rortrans. . RHttniFFtS HAT B1 Y virtue of eight writs of Venditioni Exponas to mn ftirpt,.l and ,lnll.. .1 r..nu .1 t u uuuiciru 1IUIII IU(J UOUTl ot common pleas of Putnam county, Ohio, I will '" i me uoor 01 me uourt Mouse on Monday the 6th day of October next,!845, between tho hnur. nn l I. A . , i- . . r . M. ol .snid day the following described tract of . The west half of the south cast quarter of sec tion thirty-one township one north' ranir eight east, eonlnininir rlf.hiv ..r.. I as the property of Stiliman Blodgct at the suit of ...iivn viiruiucib uiju utners. c T. R McCLURE, Sh-ff. SHERtfF's Office, , Kalida, S-pt. i, 1845. ' 236d KALMH HOTEL Kaliwa. Ohio. rinu unuciaigneu, Having, take the jl above establishment, is now Dre- ll n ;urcd to furnish the traveling cbmmuni. II 'V With accommoilnttinna rtnt U,l by any other hotel in this portion of Ohio. Kallda February 20, 1845. - 57tf LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. SHERIFF'S SALE. - BY virtue of a venditioni exponas to me di rected from the Court of Common pleas of futnam County, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of (he Court House in said county on Monday the 6th day of October next, between! he Honrs of ten o'clock A. M. and four o'clock F. M. of said day, the following doscribed tract of land to wit; The west part of the east fraction of the south east quarter of section eight, Town one, north range five east containing tony acres. Taken at the property of Daniel Ridcrioar to satisfy a judg ment .n fovor of Rice and Ayrei. T. R. McCLURE, Shf; Sheriff's Orrics. ( Kalida Sept. 1 1845. J . ADMINISTRATORS SALE. T, Whitfield Acklev,bs Administrator of the es tate of Charles Porter, deceased, late of Blanchsrd township, Putnam County, Ohio, will offer for enlej at public vendue, at the house of Matthew Chambers, in the town of Gilboa in said county, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clok P. M. on the 27th doy of September, in the year 1345, tho following described real etate, .to wit: The last half of the south east quarter of Section seven Town one north of range eight east, contain ing 83 acres. Also the north east quarter of the north east quarter of seciiofl and range as above, containing forty acres. Also the north est quar ter of the north west quarter of section, eight township No. one, north of range No, eight cast containing forty acres1 Termsof sale, one third of tine purchase money paid in hand and the baluhcs) in two equal annual instalments with interest. VV. ACKLEY, 4rfm'r. August 19, 1815. 235cw ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. BY virtue of an order of the Court of Common Pleas ofthe County of Putnam, made at the May Term of said Court, will be sold lo the high est bidder, on tho 4th day of October, 1845, be tween the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and four o' cluolt P.. M.. nt the house of Matthew nhnnihr. in Gilboa, the following real estate, as the proper ty oi namuci uiarK, deceased, to witi The east half of the north east quarter, and the south wdst quarter of the north east quarter of section thir teen, in town one north of range seven cast; con'' taining one hundred and twenty acres, subject to the dower of the widow. Terms nf .ilo nit third in hnnd, and the balance in two equal an nual instalments, with interest. The deferred payments to be secured by mortgage oh the pre mises. CHRISTIAN HUBER, Adm'r) of Samuel Clark, rfcc'rf. An sunt. 19, 1845 cw234. SHERIFFS sat f. BY virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas to . j: .-J f i r me uuruicu Hum nits iuun ui common pieas of Putnam county.Ohio, I will oflor for sale at the doorof the Court House in sain county on Monday the 6th day of October next, 1845, bet ween the hour often o'clock, A. M. and four o'clock, P. M. of said day, the following described tract of land, to witi The Smith Wftflt nnnrtar nf thn nn.il, .. quarter nnd the south east quortcr of the north Wmt nilnrtcr nf anllnn ft TtAAn f a u.n.l. 1 . .1. ....v. -j . mbtiviillliccil, ifniioiiip SUUIU rnitire nnvpn unal fnnt.!nln Mln-liiir or less taken as the property of Abel B. Fuller, to satisfy a judgment in favour of James H. Vail. Sheriff's Office, . , - Kalida, Sept. I, 1845. 236d SHERIFF'S SALE. DY virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas U JJ me directed from the Court of common pleat of Putnam county, Ohio, 1 will offer for salo at the door of the lourt lloupe in said county, between the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and four o'clock P. M., of Monday, the 6th day of October, 1845, following described tract of land, to wit: The east half of the south west quarter of section No. twenty eight township two Bouth rango eight east, containing eighty acres more or less taken a tho property of Elijuh Ferguson, to satisfy a judg ment in favour of Henry Shank. T. R. McCLURE, Sh'ff. Sheriff's Office, Kalida, Sept. I, 1845. ?33d SHERIFF'S SALE. TY virtue of a decretal order to me directed Mm frnm I'm Cnntt nf Pilmmnn PlnnA T nam Countv. Oliin. T wilt nlTnr tor a.iln tit itt't. Ann of the Court House in said County, on Mondav the J P f ... - . I ... . , out uny oi uciouer next Detwecn tne nours ot ten o'clock A. M. and four o'clock P. M. of said day the following described tract of land, to wit!1 Tho North West quarter of section No. four, Township No. two. South of Range seven East, also the East half of the North East quarter of section No fivo in Township No. two south' of Rantre. Nn. HFlvpn Rnnt in eni'l niintv Af P,n-. and taken as the property of George H. Stephen- nun iu Bulimy a uucreo in lynancery in lavor OI Clark H. Rice &. David Ayres. T. K. McCLURE, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office. Kalida, Sept. 2d. 1835. 236d sheriff'ssalE : TY virtueof an Execution to me directed frftti IB the C ourt nf f!nnimnn Plan- nf P, Cuunty, Ohio, 1 will offer for sale at the door of the vouri nouse on monaay tno otn day ot October ncxi, ioio oetween me nours ol ten o'clock, A. M., and four P. M., the following described track of land to wit. Tha miili wph -.,.,1.1 n( North Went quarter of section fourteen town 2 south rango six cast containing forty acres more or less; taken as the property of Nancy Lippen cott to satisfy an Execution in favor of J. Ci Cur. LIB Ub bU a , T. R. McCLURE, Sheriff, By J. L Beam, Deputy Sheriff Sheriff's Office, Kalida. Sept. 2d, A. P. 1845. 23Sd SHERIFF'S SALE. BY virtue of a decretal order to me directed from the Court of Common pleas of Putnam county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of the Court House in said county on Monday the -Oth doy ol October next, 1845, between the hour of ten o' clock ArM. and four o'clock P', M. of said day the following described tract of land, to wit: The north west quarter of the north west quarter of Section No. ten town two south range No. seven cast situated in sad county of Putnam and taken as the property of Robert Tate t John B. Reader to satisfy a decree in Chancery in favour of Clark H. Rice & David Ayres. T. R. McCLURE, Shff. Sheriff's Office, Kalida, Sept.,l,J45. 236d w.aj-i.wj. x K7 k lJll. T5Y virtue of two writs of Venditioni Exponas to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Putnam County, Ohio, I will offer for salo at the door of the Court House in said coun ty, on Monday, the 6th day of October next, 1845, between the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and four o'clock P. M. of said day,the following described tract of land, to witi Inlots No. thirty-nine and forty, in the Town of Pendleton in said Oouftty, taken as the proper ty of Thomas Wamsley to satisfy two judgments in favor of Thomas Lake and Joseph VVhite. T. R. McCLURE , Sheriff. SnEmrp's office, ' .- , Kalida, Sept. 1st, 1845. . - 236d ' RHK'PIIi'r.'lC! il A t TO ATTACHMENT NOTICE. AT our instance, an attachment was this dar issued bv John tfiihn- !,,-: -r leuce, o Union Township, Putnam Coantv. B-. r.)..-jr aim cni-cio ui Andrew jyje. Uure, a nonresident of said County of Putnam. a , ',.,. -. Kicjli 01 COULTER.