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V' " From tho (Dayton) Western Empire.
. 'i ..THE TAX LAW, AGAIN. .An aitempt is making by some of the fe deral papers to show that, although the banker bays a tax upon the profits only of his money, he still pays as much into the treasury as the man who pays tax upon his whole capital. , This ia certainly very singular doctrine, and we much mistake the intelligence of the peo ple if they can be made to believe it. If no favoritism was intended why make a special provision for the banking capitalist? If all capital was to be on an equality, there was surely no occasion for more than one provis ion that would bring it upon the tax list. If A has a farm and stock worth $30,000, under the present law, he is listed for taxa tion whether his crops are good or bad. His neighbor B. may have the same amount in vested in Bank stock, and if the profits (mark it,) the profits for the last year have been cut off by a neighboring bank explosion, of the absconding of a bank officer with the funds of the bank, there are no profits and consequently no taxation. This whole ques tion can be placed in a nutshell: and we think the inequality and favoritism of the tax law too palpable almost to need illustration. " But there is another plan or scheme by which these bank capitalists can escape taxa lion. If a bank choses it may contract its loans so that its profits may not exceed what its officers can cover up undes the head of salaries and expenses, which last item may perchance include $20,000 for a banking house, and thus be exempt from paying tri bute to the fiovemmcnt for vears. These institutions have very little scruple as to the means by which they shall be benefitted, and "no one who is accustomed to their manner of making out " quarterly statements," (in which expeiices' are put down under the head of resources' tor instance,) but can see mat the balancing of the two items of " liabilities" and " resources" is as simple as adding two and two. Let these institutions, then, be placed upon an equality with individuals. This is ac cording to the very letter and spirit of our constitution, and is genuine democratic doc trine. Let us have no privileged classes, but let all alike be make to contribute to the support of the government, and let not " chartered corporations of wealth" be erect ed in our midst who shall he able to say to those not invested with their Bpocial privile ges, " I am not as thou art." ..'' , From the Ohio Statesman. With which Party will tub People Got Will . they go with the Whigs, who have enacted a banking law, which must in the course of a few years blow up, to the vast loss of the whole community, and espe cially the laboring classes ; or, will they go , with the democracy, who are for repealing the law, and thus prevent wide-spread ruin? Will they go with the Whigs, and permit that party to uphold its unconstitutional re gistry law, intended to keep the masses from voting; or, will they give their votes for the democratic candidates, who, if elected will repeal that law, trusting to the intelligence and honesty of. the people to prevent all abuses of right? Will they throw their votes for Whig Senators and Representatives, which will enabla that party to keep up its unequal system of taxatiou adopted last win ter; or, will they, by giving their support to democrats, open the way to the banishrrent of that system from our midst? Will they support the Whigs, and thus endorse their disregard of contracts, their gerrymandering of congressional and other districts, in the defiance of reason and right, and their aris tocratic policy generally; or, will they sup port 'the democracy, the foes of all these things, and build up a policy in which man, and not property, shall rule? These are questions to which the people will have to make practical answers on the 14th of Oc tober, at the ballot-boxes. Their desision will involve the future policy of the State perhaps for years to come." ' ' "' From the Ohio Patriot. Sound sentiments fitly spoken! The late Senatorial convention for Guernsey and Coshocton counties, passed the following admirable resolutions. They are truthful and timely. To Columbiana county, they are specially applicable at the present time. Let them be read and passed around : ' " Resolved, That we could not regard it as otherwise, than highly unpatriotic in any member of the parly, how respectable soever, to scatter the seeds of dissension and dis union among the democracy, inconsequence of any feeling of local attachment, personal disappointment or personal aggrandizement. Resolved, That the man, who, because he has failed to obtain a nomination for any office for which he is a candidate, turns aga inst his party and thus aids the enemy in overthrowing what he hitherto held necessary to the public good, gives to the world the clearest evidence that he acts from selfish motives without any principles at all, and that he is no more worthy of confidence than the soldier who abandons his colors in the hour of battle, and goes over to the enemy, under the promise or expectation of being rewarded for his desertion." Odd Fellows. The last annual report of I the Grand Lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows in the United States, gives the following statement: . - Up to 1845, there has baen initiated into the Independent Order ot Odd tellows with in the United States, and the jurisdiction thereunto belonging, 62,804 members. The revonue amounts to the large sum of $449, 194 24. There are 61,630 contributing members, aud there has been paid during the past year, for the relief of the sick and distressed members of the Order, $124,- ,"769 27, and there are now 677 lodges. i : The good which has been done by the dif fusion of charity like this, justly entitles the Order to the respect and esteem of the vir tuous, the, benevolent and the good, every jivhere, and will command .Buff. Pilot. A bad sign. --The Federalists of Hamilton county, have concluded not to form a ticket, and thus trying, fairly whether the people there are in favor of a repeal of the bank and tax laws, or not. But, they have selected a mongrel concern taking federalists for Sen ators and Representatives; and the gentle men on the Carthage ticket (witli a single exception) for the balance of the offices. By this means the broken down federal party of Hamilton county expects to get strength enough to keep from going totally to destruc tion. This ticket is published in all the fe deral papers of Cincinnati, so that the trick is of a general character. We do not expect anything serious from this nondescript affair, if the democracy remain true to themselves. It appears that the plan of Federalism over the whole State is to divide us if it can so as to defeat the Democrats and save their plunder law of last winter. Let the Demo cracy take up fresh courage from the- state in which our trembling adversaries are in arouse in every school district; and boldly march up to the polls on the second Tuesday of October and give Federalism a Waterloo defeat. American Union. . r The New York Sun states that Mr. Mul lowny, late Consul at Morocco, has returned to the United States, bringing intelligence that the Emperor refuses to receive Thomas N. Carr, Esq., recently appointed to that of fice. Editing a newspaper or preaching i Ser mon. Neither so easily done. Folks who dont like the way papers are edited, ought to ask leave to put in a specimen of the right sort. We would just for the fun of seeing them cut and slashed by the critics, alter wards. Every man who thinks it is easy to edit a paper exactly right, and to universal acceptance, ought to try it. May be he would succeed; and if so, he would be better entitled to a reward than the discoverer of perpetual motion. REMARKABLE! A gentleman in New Jersey, near Philadel phia, had been for a long time sick, and was treated in the usual way for an affection of the lungs by two eminent physicians, until the disease assumed such a malignant form that they declared the patient had a confirm ed consumption that medicine could do no more, and he must die. His breath was so affected by the disease that no one could stay in his room but a short time. At this stage, when all hope had fled, a friend gave him a bottle of Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry declaring that at any rate it could do him no 1mm. lie took it and grew much better. He continued the uso of it, and by using three or four bottles was completely cured. We shall have tho full particulars of the above case in a few days, duly certified, so that no one can dispute it. Democratic Fhikciplhh. The nennlo the onlr source oi legitimate power; die representative 10 ooey me in structions of his constituents : tlie union, ii confederacy, It must be preserved ; the freedom, sovereignty, and inde pendence ol the respective states ; the constitution a spe cial grant of powers limited and definite ; election and suf frage universal ; no tuxation beyond the public wants; tax es levied in that mode which will best admit of public scru tiny : no national debt : no national or state banks, or mo nopolies of any kind ; no distribution of the public lands among the states, but low prices, permanent prospective liberal pre-emption lawB ; freedom 01 uaae ana commerce ; equal laws and equal rights; progress and Improvement. These are a few of the leading principles which democracy aims to make the nilesof government. - Independent Nomination. To the Electors of the Counties of Putnam, Paulding, Defiance, Williams and Henry, composing together one Representative District:--- The undersigned presents himself before yon as an Inde pendent candidate for Representative. Believing that the true interests of this district have been long neglocted, he now proposes to call your attention to them. Among these Interests he regards the Miami Extension Canal Lands and the Wabash and Erie Canal Lands as the most promi nent, and that an early occupation of these lands by actual settlers would be of immense benefit to you. We therefore will advocate a surrender of those lands to ac tual settlers, in quantities of 40 or 80 aercs to each settler, upon the condition only that such settlers shall actually and continually occupy the some for a term of not less than five years, and at the end of that time to receive a deed for the same. Should the Electors see fit to elect the undersign ed as theirHepresentative, he will devote his best efforts to the attainment of tills object. In tho meantime he will address the Electors in support of this measure, and set forth his views in relation to it, at the following times and places, to wit: At Napoleon, Henry uoumy, i uesuny, oepi. zj.ui i. in. At Bryan, Williams County, Thursday, Sept. 25, at 1, P. M At Defiance, Defiance County, Friday, Sept. SG, nt 1, P. M. At Charloe, Paulding County, Saturday, Sept. S"( at 'And in the County of Putnam, at Gllboa, Saturday, Oc tober 4. at 7, P. M. And In Knlida, Monday. October 6, nt 7, P. M. If Mr. Knapp, the democratic candidate, will attend nt these meetings time and opportunity will be atiorded him to address the Electors. . . JOHN J. ACKERMAN. Kalida, Putnam County, Ohio, Sept. 15, 1845. T 1ST of Letters in the Post Office in Kalida, Mrs. Rachel Parker, Herman H. Recker, Jesse Roberts, Wm Roberts, ' James Robins, Benj. Scovil, ; A. S. Skinner, Alonzo Skinner, Evan Thomas, Oliver Talbuit, Thos. Watkins, Wm. Winter, Jemima Wilcox, P. Weatrick. - u ' XJ Oct. 1st, 1845. Philip Anderson, Jackson Brower, John Burkhart, Samuel C. Cochran, Calvin Curtis, Henry Daniels, M. M.Gillet, J. Griffith, Samuel Gander, Mary Ann Hyatt, H. Harkman, Wm. Lemaster, Theodore Myers, Mrs. John H. Miller, Miss Rachel McBride, Ann Parker, W. RISLEY, P. Jtf. f ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. TVfOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber XI has beon appointed by the Court of common nlnaa of Putnam countv administrator of the. Es tate of Paul Solomon, of Richland township, deceased. All those indebted to the. estate ore hereby notified to make immediate .payment, and those having claims against the estate to present the same duly autnenticatea ior pnymmii. -JOHN B. READER, Adm?r. October 7. 1844. , 231cw ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE, TVTOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber has been appointed Dy tne i-ouri or common oleaa of Putnam county administrator of the estate pf William Solomon, of Richland tow nship in said countv deceased. Those who are indebted to the estate, are notified to- make immediate payment and those havinc claims against tne estate to pie- sent the same duly authenticated for settlement. JVttU U. KBAUfcK, Mamr. , October 7, 1845. ,. . - . 241 cw . CURE FOR CONSUMPTION t WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY Will Miracles never cease! More evidencs of Us surpassing Health Restorative Vir tues!!! From Dr. Baker, Springfield, Washington county, Ky-J Springfield, Ky., May 14, 1845. Messrs Sanford Sf Park Agents : I take this opportunity of informing you of a most remarkable cure performed upon me by the used of Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Ciif.rry. In the year 1840 I was taken with infla mation of the bowels which I labored under for six weeks when I gradually recovered, In the fall of 1S41 I was attacked with a severe cold, which seated itself upon my lungs; and for the space of three years I was confined to my bed. I tried all kiiWs of Me dicines, and every variety of medical aid without benefit; and thus I wearied along until the winter of 1844, when I heard of " Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry." My friends persuaded me to give it a trial though I had give up all hopes of a recovery, and had prepared myself for the change of another world. Through their solicitation I was induced to make use of the " Genuine Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry." The effect was truly astonishing. After five years of affliction, pain and suffering; and after having Bpcnt four or five hundred dol lars to no purpose, and the best and most respectablo physicians had proved unavailing, I was soon restored to entire health by the blessing of God and the use of Doctor Wis tar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. I am now enjoying good health, and such is my altered appearance that 1 am no longer known when I meet my former acquaintan ces. 1 have gained rapidly in weight, and my flesh is firm and solid. I can now eat as much as any person, and my food seems to agree with me. 1 have eaten more during the last six months than 1 had eaten five years before. Considering my case almost a miracle, I deem it necessary for the good of the afflict ed, and a duty I owe to the proprietors aud my fellow men (who should know where relief may be had) to make this statement public. May the blessings of God rest upon the proprietors of So valuable a Medicine as Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. Yours Respectfully, WILLIAM H. BAKER. OT Price $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5. - For sale in Cincinnati only by SANFORD &, PARK. Western Depot of valuable Medicines, corner of Fourth and Walnut-sts. Sold by II. G. LEE, Kalida, S. GRUVER, Section 10. SHERIFF'S SALE. T Y virtue of eight writs of Venditioni Exponas to me directed and delivered from the Court of common picas of Putnam county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of the Court House on Mondnythe 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 wit: The west half of the south cast quarter of sec tion thirty-one township one, north ransre eight east, containing eighty acres more or less; taken as the property of Stillman Blodget at the suit oi Matthew Chambers and others. T. R. McCLURE, Shff. Sheriff's Office, Kalida, Sept. 1,1845. . 236d SHERIFF'S SALE. T Y virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas to me directed from the Court of common pleas of Putnam county ,Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door ot the uourt Mouse in said county on Monday the 6 th day of October next,1845,botween the hours of ten o'clock, A. M. and four o'clock, P. M. of said day, the tallowing described tract of land, to wit The south west quarter of the north east quarter and the south east quarter of the north west quarterof section fifteen, tewnship one south rouge seven east containing eighty acres more or less taken as the property of Abel B. Fuller, to satisfy a judgment in favour of James H. Vail. T. R. McCLURE, Shff. Sheriff's Office, t, Kalida, Sept. 1, 1845. . . . " ..'. 236d SHERIFF'S SALE. BY virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas to me direoted from the Court of common pleas of Putnam County, Ohio, I will otter tor sale at the door of the Court House in said county, between the hours of ten o'clook 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 quarterof section No. twenty -eifflit township two south ranee eight east, containing eighty acres more or less taken as the property 01 jMunli Jr erguson, to satisry ajuug ment in favour of Henry Shank. - V. T. R. McCLURE, Sft'J. ' Sheriff's Office, : - . ' , ; V- -Kalida, Sept. 1, 1845. S36d - - SHERIFF'S SALE. TY virtue of a decretal order to me directed 1- from the Court of Common Pleas ef Put nam County, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of the Court House in said county, on monaay me 6th day of October next between the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and four o'clock P. M. of said doy the following described tract of land, to wit!; ; ' The North West quarter of section No. four, Txwnahin No. two. South of Ransre seven East. In the East half of the North East quartet of section No. five in Township No. two south of Range No. seven East in said county oi rutnam, nd tnken as the DrODertv of Georee H. Stephen son to satisfy a deoree in Chancery in favor of ri-.b, H d; Sr. rintttH Avrfl.( ,: ' A- -i-.i , ' T, R. McCLURE, Shtriff. ;v Sheriff's Office. --." Kalida, Sept. 2d. 1835.; ; ! ; 36i ' SHERIFF'S SALE. '- BY virtul of a writ of execution to ine direct ed and delivered, from the- Court of common pleas of Putnm county, Ohio I will offer for sale at the house of John Ridenour, in Perfy Town ship, on Saturday, the 4th day of October next, 1845, between Che hours of ten o'clock, A. M., and four o'clock, p. M., of said day, the following des cribed property to wit: One sorrel horse, and one bay mare : taken as the property of John Ridenour, to satisfy an exe cution in favor of David Mackerill. T. R. McCLURE, Sheriff, Sheriffs oflico, ) , Kalida, Sept.22d, 1845. 239b SHERIFF'S SALE BY virtue of a writ of execution, tome direct ed, from the Court of common pleas of Put nam county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the house of John Fairchild, in Blanchard Township, on Sa turday; the 4th day ot Uctober next, 1B45. be tween the hours of ten o'clock, A. M., and four o' clock r. m., of said day, tho following described property, to wit : - One black horse, one grey mare, one wagon, taken as the property of John Fairchild, to satisfy an execution in favor of Isaac Stout. T. R. McCLURE, Sheriff. SHERrFF'S OFFICE, ) Kalida, Sept. 22d, 1845. 239b SHERIFF'S SALE. B Y virtue of a writ of exocution, to me directed and delivered, from the Court of common pleas of Putnam county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the house of Solomon Walters, in Blanchard Township, on Saturday, the 4th day of October, next. 1845. between the hours of ten o'clock, a. m., and four o'clock, p. of said day, the follow ing described property, to wit: , One bay mare, one sorrel horse, one pair of har ness,and one two horse wagon, taken as the prop erty of Solomon Walters, to satisfy an execution in favor of Bartholomew Chambers. T. R. McCLURE, Sheriff. Sheriff's office, ) Kalida, bept. 22d, 1845.( 239b SHERIFF'S SALE. TlYvirtue of a writ of vendi exponas, to me directed and delivered, from the court of com mon pleas of Putnam county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the house of Hugh Strain, in Ottowa Township, on Fridny, the 3d day of October, next, 1845. between tne hours ot ten o'clock, a. m.. and four o'clock p. M., of sairi day tho following de scribed property to wit : Two cows and one Horse, taken as the property of Hugh Strain, to satisfy a judgment in favor of Ira Harmon. T. R. McCLURE, Shoriff. Sheriff's Office, Kalida, Sept. 22d, 1845. 239b SHERIFF'S SALE. T3Y virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas, to me directed and delivered, from the court of com mon pleas of Putnam county, Oho, I will offei for sale at the house of William Henderson, in Ottowa Township, on Friday, the 3d day of October next. IU45, between tne hours ot ten o'clock a. m, and four o'clock, p. m., the following described pro perty to wit: w Two yoke of oxen, the one yoke black and brown; the other ted and white; taken as the property ot Willian Henderson, to satisfy a judg, ment in favor of George Agner. T. R. McCLURE, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Kalida, Sept. 22d 1845. 239b SHERIFF'S SALE. BY virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas to me directed frrai the Court of Common Pleas, of Erie County, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the house of Mntthew Chambers in Gilboa, on Saturday, the 27th day of September, next, 1845, between the hours often o'clock, A. M., and four o'clock, F. M., of said day the following described gooasanir cnaueis, 10 wu: Three eight day brass clocks, one musical brass clock, one set of Blacksmith tools, one yoke of oxen, red, & white, one soriel horse, one grey horse, one bay stud horse, one durham heifer, one one horse Buggy, and one two horse Wagon, taken as the property of Mathew Chambers, Stnnsberry Sutton, and others, to satisfy a judg ment in lavor ot uordjn u. uoit and others. , . T. R. McCLURE, Sheriff. SheriffU tffice, Kalida, Sept. 16th, 1845 5 238b. SHERIFF'S SALE. BY virtue of a Decretal order to me directed ffnn, Ik. Pnii.t nt AAmmnn nl... nf Putnam coanty.Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of day Court House in said county .on Monday,thc 6th the of October next, 1845, between the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and lour o'clock P. M. of said day the following described tract ol land, to wit: The east half of the south west quarter and the north west quarter of the south west quarter of section No. eighteen in township one south range eight east, situated in said county of Putnam, and taken as the property of Samuel Hooper, to satisfy a decree in Chancery irl favour of Nathaniel It. Bagley. T. R. McCLURE, Stiff. Sheriff's Office, Kalida, Sept. 1, 1845. 236d SHERIFF'S SALE. T5Y virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas to me directed from tho Court of common pleas of Putnam county ,Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of the Court House in Kalida, in said county on Monday, the 6th day of October next, 1845, be tween the hours of ten o'clock, A. M., and four o'olock 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 Archibald and Melinda Powell at the suit of James Wilson. T. R. McCLURE, Sfiff. Sheriff's Office, - Kalida, Sept. 1, 1845. 236d SHERIFF'S SALE. , BY virtue of a venditioni exponas to me di rected 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 6th day of October next, betwecnt ho hours of ten o'clock A. M. and four o'clock P.M. of said day, the following described 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 forty acres. Taken as tho property of Daniol Ridenour to satisfy a judg ment .n favor of Rice and Ayres. T. R. McCLURE, Sliff. Sheriff's Office. Kalida Scpt.l 1845.5 ' ' "' ' SHERIFF'S SALE. TY virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas issued from the court of common pleas of the county of Putnam and State of Ohio, and to me directed, I will offer for sale at the house of Frederick Kru chy, in Pleasant township Putnam county, Ohio, on Saturday the 4th day of October 1845, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day, tho following goods and Chattels, to wit: - i."-.- .'':!( One yoke of Oxen; one yearling colt; twoSyear old colts; five hogs; one four horse waggon and bed; three cupboards; five bedstcds; two bu reausi one clock: six chairs: two 2 vear old steers ; four yearling calves ; two2 year old steers ; one red cow; 4 yearling calves; and one grind stone, xaken in execution as the property ol Frederick Fruchy, t the suit of Henry Shoe maker for the rise of John A. Beam. : ' '. Terms of sale, cash in hand. -1' ' j- t ' : , v- .; T. R. McCLURE, Sheriff, ; of Putnam county, Ohio. September 23d, 1845. WESTERN HOTEL, (Gilboa.y AS purchased the well knowri tavern stand in Gilboa. Put nam county, Ohio, lately occupied bv John E. Creiffhtoninnri hnn fittnil the Same bp for the accommodation o the public. . He hopes. By a strict attention to the Wnhts and Convenience of thoeo who may favor him with their potrbhnge, to merit continuance of the same. Gilboa, Feb., '44. LAND AGENCY. ; 1 THE subscriber has established a Land Agen cy at Kalida, Ohio, for the purchase and sale cy Real Estate, payment of Taxas, &c, in- fho Counties of Putnam, Paulding and Van Wert. Being connected with the American Associated Agency, which extends throughout the United States and the principal States of . Europe; hd expects to be of essential benefit to all who may' engage his services. GEO. SKINNER. - Kalida, Ohio, Feb. W, 1844. -"-'f :-i s Great Reduction of Price! PROSPECTUS OF THE1 ' "'; DEMOCRATIC REVIEW," THE price of tho Democratic Review ; lias heretofore been too high uot for its size cost, and character, but for tho means of tens of thousands of readers who would be glad to receive it) and among whom, it is highly dosirabie that it should circulate! For the purpose, thcfeforCj of largely widen ing the range of its usefulness, and of multi plying the numbers of those to whom it may be accessible, it has been determined) simul taneously with the great reduction in the ex penses of the postage, to reduce its subscrip tion price, also, from Five to only J'Arce dol lars; and when several unite in subscription to as low as 3,50, or even 2,30 per aunuin. This very large reduction in the receipts (accompanied with but a comparativcly'small diminution ofitsexpenses)involves,of course, an entire sacrifice of profit upon it, unless compensated by a vast multiplication of sub scribers. There will be at the outset only a small reduction in its number of pages; soon to be restored to ils old number, without in crease of price, when the anticipated success of the experiment shall justify it. : t.,( The Portraits of Distinguished Dem ocrats will be continued engraved in bet ter and more costly style than heretofore'. -The Postage will hereafter, for any dis tance, be only five and a half cents; it lias heretofore been, for over 100 miles, eighteen cents. .... . ..;'!'; ', . We look for an extension of circulation to be reckoned by tens of thousands, as the re sult and compensation of this great reduction of price. Every friend of the work, and of the Democratic principles and cause, is con fidently appealed to, to exert himself with an active interest to procure it subscribers; both to extend its usefulness, and to carry it sue cessfully through the crisis of this great re duction of ils receipts. . ... .;(..;. ', Those who have paid in advance for the coming year, wiil receive it, at the reduced rate, for a year and a half. ' .. , TERMS nENCEFORWARDi": '-"" (Invariably in advance.) , Single copy, $3 00 I Eight copies $20 00 Four copies, I I 00 Thirteen " 30 00 It will thus be seen that when thirteen copies are ordered at once, the price is brought dowri to about $2,30 each.'; For Six months, half these rates. - ,, ., : : ,,, t These rates afford high inducements to agents and others to interest themselves to procure subscribers. ' "" . ' The cash system and payment in advanHS must be uncompromisingly adhored to. The past relaxation of it has caused an accummu lation of not far from $40,000 of debts due to the worki - Hereafter this must be wholly reformed; nor must cither eminent political friends, or the most intimate 'personal ones, be displeased on experiencing its application, in the stoppage of their numbers, if they neg lect this rule, the vital necessity ot wbicb, at the present reduced rates, must be obvi ous to all. " ' '' M - No communications will be taken from the Post Office unless free of postage. All communications, both on editorial and publishing business, must be addressed henceforward to the undersigned. " Thoso relating to the settlement of past debts due the work will be still addressed to Mr. II. O. Laxglev, 8 Astor House, the past arrange ments with whom, as publisher, have reach ed their termination. - J. L. O'SUMJVAN. July, 1845, 132 Nassua street, New York. LAST LIKENESS OF GEN. JACKSON. The admirable Daguerreotype of General Jackson, taken by Anthony, Edwards & Co. a few weeks before his death, has been pur chased for the uso of the Democratic Re view. It is iu the hands of the artist,' and will be engraved in the finest style of mez zotint of extra size. It is a most beautiful and interesting work declared by Mr,, Van Buren and others to give a more perfect idea of the good and great old man than , any other likeness; and ought to be possessed and framed by every friend who loves' or re veres his mcn?ory. Those , who subscribe early will receive it as que of the regular series of Portraits. , , SHERIFF'S SALE. : . .. BV virtue of a wrltof vendi exponas, ! m directed and delivered, from the court of common pleas of Putnam county. Ohio, I will offer for sale at th house ef Charles' Harmon, in lllnnohard township, on Saturday, the 4th day of October ne.it, 1845, between the flours ef 10 o'clock, am. and four o'clock, p. x, of said day, the fallowing described property, to wit; 1 brindle cow, 1 red heifer, 1 spatted few, the nndirided half of 40 acres of wheat in the ground, I slefeh, I bey norse, 3U head i stock hogs, 1 thrashing machine, ana 4 two horse wagon ; tnken as the property of Charles Har mon, tosutiefy an execution In favor of John Hnllister. . Banirt! Omcs, . n- :, KnIMa, September SS, 1845. 839b v" SHERIFF'S SALE. - BY virtue of a writ of execBtlon, to me direc ted and de livered, from the court of common pleas of Putnam county, Ohio, I will oner for sale, at tho house of WHiiam f hlllips, In union townsnip, on caiurany, ine nu aay 01 October next, 1845, between she hours often o'clock, x. m. And four o'clock, p.m., of said day, the following described property, to wit: - ' The Ave-tweif tlis of a field of corn, S two horse wsniynn, one srey maro. 1 itrev horse, 10 milch cows, one bav colt. one year old, 35 head ofhogs, 15 head of young cattle, 1 mow ot wneai, one 101 01 onts, one yone 01 oxen ; UHon as 1110 property of William Phillips, to saUsfy. an exocution in fa vor of William Arnold. T. S. McCLURE, SUmruT. . ' ' BHEBirr's Oma, Kalida, Sept. S3, 1845. ,'! - S39h Tit a mmm m -1,1. III III