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, " If I I t vast pile ofbuilding. In an airy and salubrious parti pfthewburb.PrDubnn.-;Heocc twMithit thine of hunting up- old journals rnor house, a large and maromcent . eaince, with splendidly turoU. ;room. and exten.iv. gardenn, covering acres attached, full of delightful walks, fragrant flowers od delicloue fruit. He huhiafaiwly and friends around mm, and has not only ell th. comforts but th. luxuries oflifa at fab command. ' The former (Mr. Dorr) u mcarcerst- ed within the loathsome wall of a prison, TO BE KEPT THERE DURING HIS , NATURAL LIFEi AT HARD LABOR IN SOLITARY confinement! : ' ' -" . ;. - finch .. th. mnlr.t between the sentence of Mr. Dorrand Mr. O'Connell! Republican Rhode Isl- nd and Monarchical Great Britain! And the people of Rhode laland who voted for the People' Conatitution, and elected Mr. Dorr Governor un- dei it, put their handi upon their mouthi and their mouths In the dust, and dare not, so far as we can learn, even squirm like the worm that is trodden upon. O, for a revival of the spirit of 76! O, that men knowing their right would dare to main' tain them ? , Where are the fourteen thousand men that voted for the People's Constitution f Where re the seven thouiand who called Mr. Dorr from retirement, which he loved, and only loft that the "people's cause" might not suffer, for the office of chief magistrate? . Where are the member of the people' Legislaturethe House and the Senate; people iiepsiaiure iue nuu mm wr ucuaic, offiLr. f tho.. bodies? Can thev thu. ... .i..:. .a. a. i..im r h.r.iy on. KB 1 11 CI I icauci auauc use ivii r nrAtwinn. anrl hit dumb and Inactive? TheO theV re recreant traitor' miserable cowards! Will they shrink from a responsibility which they urged upon Mr. Dorr? Then, let them live and die lave. The ground consecrated to nnerty snouia never be desecrated by their foot prints the air of . ... . . - freedom should never be polluted by their breath Let Rhode Island keep her own her tyrants and her slaves her bondmen and her freemen. ' Let them live and die together, a melancholy instance of bigh-handed oppression and cowardly snbmis. ion. The imprisonment of Thomas W. Dobr will yet be avenged. Whether in prison or out of prison, Rhode Island cannot, will not hold him He belongs to the Union to Humanity. Let the democracy of the Union, then, speak out boldly and indignantly against this outrage upon the Declars tion of Independence upon Humanity this vio lation of the principles declared to be fundamen taland inalienable by our revolutionary fathers. nd established by them at the sacrifice of their lives, their fortunes, and theiraacred honor. Ihe press and the people, in the cities and the country, by thesea shore and in forest shade, throughout the whole length and breadth of the land, should SPEAK OUT, in tones that will make the tyrants emo.e,sne ciown tne wa.uoi .ne prison, ina lei me patriot prisoner go iree. iuo i BE LIBERATED. Men of Rhode Island! Free SufTrage men men who voted for the Peo- from Drivate life toahieh public eUtion are ve h...,i ....nM..niiiriB-r Ar...ni imprumcd in the person of Mr. Dorr?-And will ye' basely submit without resistance or even re monstrance? Do ye not know that "resistance to tyrants is obedience to God?" that "i.e that would be free hinuetf must strike the blow?". Strike, then, for DORR AND LIBERTY I yj' Strike, till the last armed foe expires! , Strike, for your altar and your fires! ' ; Strike, for the green graves of your sires, ' God and your native land! ' fLrT.v Thousands ol hearts are panting to aid you if you will show yourselves true to the cause, and the crisis. The freedom of Mr. Dorr may be obtain ed without a resort to arm. ' Assemble and re-as semble, resolve , and re-resolve, declare to the world .'our abhorrence of this last and most attro- ciousactofAlgerine despotism, and your influence shall be felt. " The democracy of the Union will encourage you; the world will then applaud and not rebuke you; and the time shall not be iar dis tant when victoiy shall crown your, exertions, and liberty and equal rights be your reward. " ' Daniel Webster delivered a speech at Boston ' oO the 4th instant, which contains some proper references to the ancient whigs of England and the revolutionary whigs of the United States, but ends with appropriating the merits nf these palri- ' ots to himself and the other followers of Nicholas Bidile, who first received , their name in 1834, ' from the renowned James Watson Webb. As the bank never got any thing else for the $52,000 Webb received, it certainly paid well for the name; but it is monstrous in Webster, after having dis graced Ibe name of the ancient whig, to attempt now to disgrace the men themselves, by compar-1 raised for the relief of the suffering pool ing them to the pipe-laying and pilfering coons of would have been near $1,500; it 6urn this day Globe. .. That bribe. It should not be forgotten that Henry Clay, in 1811, made a violent speech against the expediency and constitutionality of a national bank; and that shortly afterwards he was appointed . attorney to tne oanic, ana received vtMTtaM THOUSAND DOLLARS for his services. This 'silenced Mr. Clay' opposition,' and he has ever since been the advocate of United State Bank. ' The potency of the almighty dollar has efTectual- ly settled his principles. Delphi Oracle. : n The St. Louis Benublican of the 17th . says. . the steamer John Aull, Cram St Josephs, arrived here last evening, having-on board two hundred I . mHn r . j t a.:. I ymmKufam- uuj v. rraum ncisunvcu irum uicir , nome. dj inc uow, sua era reiurning to tne oia i v .l . a 1 i , .. . . I States, from which they originally emigrated; lev. , eral of tbem have lost their all, and are almost des tituteothers are carrying with them the scanty remain of their property. ;, , When the John Aull left Independence, Cent's company were expected to arrive in two hours, but uull mim mn ptomAmA Ih nonlain nrnuLl n wait tr.m I themi ; The Misasouri river is falling Very rapidly. Insult to Injury Th Alrrori ' ' Assembly having shut up Mr Dorr for life, have passed; a resolution of rrpnrnl flntnetf. rrrflntmrr n rAA" Mtc. . a " . - I uuu to un jjcisuua uuuci luuiuiuicui - lor participation in the recent insurrec tion who shall, at the next term : of the supreme court,' take an oath "of alle giance to the State, and swear to sup port the constitution of the State and of the United States. ,lfr5i-;.'; " Wonder if the 14,000 who voto l loV the people's Constitution would' ItiU to wait up to their masters and swear f ! '';-,.;. ; 1 N..E, Democrat. ; '. (fc-We said a few daj'S " agoj that i . , . - . . ... . ? uus met.ur uie wuig,..- We Bgnin say 80, and introduce the following as the evidence: . ;,Vrnm ihm nMn Smiocmnn. . 'MaM'k. I ,ft h attA in anmn - , t- I , , ..1a.a'.- .u. t . ...uuiuaic,, r " against giving the poor.of Washington, tflirtV COrCIS 01 W000. tiad 111 IS WOOd belonged to Mr. Polk, and . he had re- (used to donate it, the fact of SO voting would have been a gJOd objection n- gainst him. But the Wood belonged 10. the people of the United States It was paid tor 'with their money, and in refusing' to be charitable at other peo- pie's ex hones' in fav- Co l olk ncted as an 'ecai. Bartley voted 1.119 wood, and if his J allow him to rob one conscience portion of the people to support anoth er, whv then, 1 know that Mr. Bartley is mucn to , Diame. in paraaing mis vote before the public eye, the coons . - studiously conceal another voto, on a similar question, which is necessary to i " That other vote, 1 will give you I Extract from the Journals of the House of Iirpresetatxvest page 245, session 0f 1 830 J 1 m! Mr. Worthington moved the follow ing resolution: ; ' 'Resolved, That the Clerk of this House is herehv authorized and direc- cauge thrty cordg of wood to be delivered to the order ol the Mayor ot Georgetown, for the use the sufiennjr D0tr of that town. "1 his resolution being read, "A motion was made by Mr. Blair ot bouth Carolina, to amend the sati:? stnkirm out all alter the word "resalv ed' and insert as follows: "That the Sergeant-at-Arms be reqir- ed to deduct from the compensation of members of this House one day S pav, nnJ deliver said sum to the Mayor of Georgetown, to be applied to the pur cnase o fue for ,he paUpers of that (own, provided, nevertheless, thai de ductjon sha bo madc from tle com. npns.,inn f 9lu.u mpmhPr nnh, ns vote r, , . J .. . in ritrrsti rrn j raun niinn " f-w 'Lu""un .""Vr by M r, Storrs, ol 1. i ., and Deing de mandwl by a majority of the members jrcticnt. ' . : "The said previous question was put, viz: shall the main question ue now put? and passed in the affirmative yeas 104, nays 84." Most oi your renders understand par'inientary trickery sufficiently well to know teat the previous question is rted to for cutting oil obnoxious amendments, by those who IIUVC UUl UIU li'JUl illLV I" .. . . ff an : in this case it had the desired effect After the House had agreed to sustain the pievious question no vote could be taken on the amendment ol Mr. Blair j and hence we are bound to presume thai al who were opposed to giving cimit dollars ol their own pay lor sup- in.M't of the suffering . poor, voted to otoll the amendment' by the' previous . jvwog those; who voted, under these circumstances, tor, the , previous ques tion were Mordwui Hartley, Joseph II. Crane, Win. Stanberry and; Elisha Whitilesev, of Ohio. Among those who were willing to vote lor taking one day's pay out of their own pockets and giving it to the suffering poor of Georg etown, were JAM LIS K. FOLK, of Tennessee, Judge Leavitt, and Gov. Vance, of Ohio. . . . ,f Had the resolution passed, and had all prexent voted lor It, the amount Itiu.s which would; luive brought warmth and andcomtort to the lamilie of those who were represented as being desti tute of fuel, without the means to pur chase it. . I ; After voting against allowing the Ser- geant-at-arms to deduct one day's pay from his account, and apply it to the purchase of wood, Mr. Bartley, then turns round and votes away, property bought by the people and with their own money, l ruiy - oe must nave conscience as elestic as Indian rubber. lie forgot that: charity should begin at dome, he never would have Voted to 1 .i . ii i i i i pi ve QWaV lliat . WlllCn QlQ . HOI Uei0n2 to h m, at the Same time relUSinff a Dlt . . rf. . - . . tanco from his own pocket, to keep oth ers troni freezing. How dinerent the case with James Ki Polk. Vile .was willing to- contrib ute from his own pocket, but was not ...:n: . ...u:.u a:, i. VVIIIIIIIJ IIT IMVU UlUl UIU IIUI UT ,?.n? 10 min and. which he had no riht w yivts, even id me poor, .,. . ; 1 : A UII!ii U I U JUiiHLi. The Cleveland Plaindealer introdu- I smma n linn K n a- n V r J ittinnrvaa Ma (-. I wC3 a lUftlif LlldULCl Ul L iUOUCl IUI T "NO CHANGES,1' EH? Blow the trumpet, beat the drvm; ' ' ' -Thecry is still, "They tonvi they come!" A IN A T1UIM Ub ' HUL.TKKS. t ,:: "Don't believe it!" av' the whics. 'JThere . are no changes.".', 'It is all a ruseH :! Well, we thought and . talked just so 1840, when the whigs were cry ing "Changes! changes .'-but we found out our mistake, as they-wilt do next fall'. J We scarcely pick , gp, an exchange paper which does not containJesertions irotn the sinking ship of Whiggery. I he tact is, the number is becoming so great, that some : of our folks talk of limiting the time within which we will receive "Mir aightouts," If they con- tinue to pour into the swelling ranks ot POLK & DALLAS as they have mp thA RHltimnr- Kominatinn- Mr! , ."- Clay will scarcely get the six states which Gen. Jackson ffives him. in his letter to Gen Planche," wh.ch, will be lo0"d,n,.nn a ri i ue i msuuig luunuiuuiuici 01 uiy 6th, notes a number 01 changes in Al legheny County, in addition to those we copied ; a , week or two ago. It names- Vf'ii'- . ' Dr. J.Carrothers of Wilkins Town ship. ' . ' Nathan Means Mifflin township. : John Willock Esq. City, James McAuly Esq. . ' Thomas M. Alai shall, Esq. Dr. A. W. Black, . . ' Jas. IL M'Clelland Esq. George Stewart. , ; The Editor promises to continue the list when he has room. He also says, in his paper of the same date, that he learns from a reliable source that Gov. ltlTNElt is out against Hen ry Clay. Thij is probable, as it is pt et ty well understood that the rejection of Ritner's nomination as superinten dant of the Mint, was procured through the efforts of Mr. Clay. Rumor also has it that Thomas H. Burrows, Rit ner's Secretary of State, and James Todd, his AltorneyGeneral has pro claimed their opposition to Mr. Clay. This ia natural. Clay insulted the Anti-Masons by his letter of 183G, and they now have an apportunity cf reven ging themselves. It the old Harrison leaders are thus found deserting Mr. Clay, who SO silley as to believe him able to carry Pennsylvania? Waynetburgk (Pa.) Msssenger . from the I. Y. Democrat. UIIAIWjIjO IZi illUll U,UAiilLili. a - nn it illill "v it i Timnnri r plus nresenl the names of some . . Presen,1 lne names OI some the Harrison electors ol 1840, who have announced their determination to vote for Folk and Dallas in 1844. - lion. Wager Weeden, of 11. 1. Hon. Peter Pierce, of Connecticut. Hon. Gulian C. Verplanck, of Y. Y. . David btuart, ol Mu. R. Kidder Meude, of Pa. Now let us add some late whig mem bers ol Gongress, who are Willi's no longer, hut advocates ol tne democrat ic cause. Hon. IS. II. Gholson of Va., now one of the judges of the sureme court. Hon. James Garland, of Va. i i,x p jiu,.i-Arc. one of the ablest whig stump speakers of 1840, known as ".ho great war horse." Hon. Absalom II. Chappeil, of Geor gia, elected on the whig ticket last fall by a large majority to the present Hon. George VV, Crabb,of Alabama, one ot the most popular men in the State. In Indiana, among many others, we have Major Mace and Judge Lilleston, Who were Whig candidates lorUongress last summer. General Felix Houston, one of the most powerful popular orators in the southwest. John M. Gregory late acting gov ernor of Virginiii It has been Silid without any contra- diction SO tar as we know, that t.X- Governor Uitner, of Pennsylvania, and Thomas HI." Burrows, his Secretary of State, men of great influence with the anti-masonic branch ol the whisr party, have, at all evens, refus ed to support Gl.iv, if they have not .' i i cme out lor i oik. It is well known that John V. L. McMahon,-who was ' decidedly the most effective orator in his State, as he is indeed one of the most eloquent men in the Country, will never SUppOrt H Pi.,., nlf,. V enry Clay. Uelore long, we hope to hear the "trumpet-tongued' tones of his voice once mre raised, as they were in the glorious campaign of '28, . j r ,i j r against "Adams and Llay," and for POLIC and ! ALLAS. ' The following is ': the conclusion of a letter irom seven citizens ol Jener- m , I sonCo. O., renouncing whiggery: 'ln 1840, we voted for ,Wm. H. Har- I if- II'. nson aiueu oy an me; means witnin our DOWer tO secure to the whif nar- ty the ascendency-we succeeded- we Obtained What we then supposed, would be of immense advantage to our f ornmnn niintrc VVp hivA frnm th-i common cpuniry. w e nave irom mat time to this Watched Carefully j, the course of the whig party; we have (as all honest men should) exercised ' pur reasoning faculties and have been un- able to arrive at anv other conclusion than this, that the leaders ot the whig party . ui9 ,. iypo critical that they preach one doctrine and practice anoth er that thev ' make nromises to the ear only to break them to the hope that they do not attempt carrying out such measures as ; would benefit the mas i of the people that their highest ambition seems to be ti please spet u- ator and gamblers, and to secure their own: personal aggrandizement. hn . i "We therefore renounce the whig party and in this we stand not alone. as you shall shortly hnve proofs rriany of our neigh borsVdl ere' lpng send you I their names, and give vou a reason foi the hope that is in them.: At the next - election we will support that ; party which goes in for equ-tl rights and quil privileges whose nominees are folk, Dallas and Tod. "if you think proper you can make this public 1 - HARMAN MAXWELL, ' JOSEPH GRIMSHAW. A MALLARNEE, james p. Mcgrew, JOHN ALLOW AYS, Isaac lisle Bloomfield, Wayne t'p-Jefferson Co. Ohio. no F E S S 1 0 N A L C A It I) S. WM. C. WAL.TOJV, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Woodsfieltly O. 7 (Kh Office opposite the Court Houie. March 15, 1844. CO WEN & VV1IIE, ATTORNEVS AND COUMSELLORg AT LAW, AND SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY. WO0DSF1ELD, O. March 1.1844. ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSFIELD, MONROE COUNTY, OHIO. April 19, 1841. KDWAIil) A WC II BOLD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. AND i NOTARY PUBLIC, WOOPSF1ELD, MONROE COUNTY, OHIO. March 22, 1844. ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSFIELD, MONROE COUNTY, OHIO. March 15. 1844. 3. U. MOU1US, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSFIELD, MONROE COUNTY, OHIO. July 5, 1844. IJOCTOK J. McMAflON, P 7? IV ffP. JV TS htM frt atf fill nrknmnlpflaSYnprii in I . R . Me citizen! of Murine county, Jur their Ubtral po Qilronatexnhu prof, mortal tmtej ousmess, ana 01 informst,em that he ha$ removed his office near the I . T . ... . . . pubic square, tn the west mil oj I fit house former ly occvpud by Mr. Sinclair, where he muy be foun-l at all times ready to obey the calls of his prnttsswn i . lie also informs the public Ihut he has entered into a partnership with his son A.D. McMAHON &. PARDON COOK. Having made these arrangements, he hopes to sun ply the demands of hi patrons more punctually man ne has nunerio oeen able to ao. J. McMAHON. Woodsfield, April 19, 1844. CHEAP BOOK. 8 STATIONARY STORK, UNION STREET, WHEELING, VA. JOHN J. HAS WELL, I) ESPECTFULLY informs the citizens ofMon. roe County, that he keeps for sale a very gene ral assortment of BOOKS AND STATIONARY, of the most approved editions and manufacture, winch he oners, wholesale or retail, at the lowest cash prices. SUUOOL BOOKS in general use, from the Primer, to the highest class of Mathematics; a complete assortment of MEDICAL BOOKS. J"g i,"1 aoMs 01 me dmeren, Medica' 'theological books, adaptml to tne wants ot almost every religious de- IIUII, CUIUI.1.111 KG l PI CIIILIUII.UI ilJO (JUIjr Bible, Protestant and Catholic Prayer Book?, Pres byterian Psalms and Hymns, Campbell and Bice's Debate, with a large assortment of Miscellaneous Works for general or scientific Reading. Al CMOS AND CM, DAY BOOKS, LEDGERS, JOURNALS, &.C., ia common use kept constantly on hand, and manufactured to any pattern, of the best materials, without delay. A great variety of Wall Tapers and JJoruers also form an article of stock, which are offered at reduced prices. N. B. The highest price given for Rags in ex change. v ' Wheeling, July 6,1844. . ; ... 19, " ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. ON Saturday the 10th day of August, 1844, be tween the hours of 10 o'clock A. W. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day, at the door of the Court-house. :n.KA,n...n f u; AtniA n ... m.:.. will be sold to the highest bidder, the following real estate, as the property of Abel Atkinson Dec'd. to W!i: the north part of the north east quarter of ..i,r., n, ......fJ. u...t d as follows: on the south bv the iands cfSarsfield Clark, on the west bv a quarter wtion line and the opiu uuuiu , m norm oy a sec tion line, and on the east by said section line sup- posed to contain sixty acresTerms one half the purchase money in hand, and the balance in 12 1 months with interest trum date. To be sold sub- Ject to w,e dower ta'e. r "K MARTIN TROY, AdmY. Julyl2, 1344 5t. NOTICE IN ATTACHMENT. NOTICE is hereby given, that on the 23th dav of June 1844, William Bennett Administrator of the estate of William Slusher Dec'd., sued out of ; goods, chatllen, rights, credits, moneys and effects of Frederick Slusher, an absent Debtor, for the . "", o.., m uamages, wmcn id wnt waJ returned June -r of,aid court 1844, served. Attest :' Wm. OKEY. Clerk. : July 12, 1844 6w.i - ' ' . . - -t "' legal notice. ' Letter of administration on the estate of Abra. bam TisherJd.SCM.l!i h?ymB eat,nlef V.,h! to said estate to make immediate payment, and those having claims againstsaid estate will present inera legauy autnenticated lor settlement. . :.. , , ELIZABETH TISUER, ' , ' ": JACOB TISUER J. ' ' Administrators of Abraham Tisher Dec'd. June 28, 1844 ! . ;v m: r , ROAD NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given, that a petition will be .. j . ... r - e . ijrcKiiieu iu iiiv uuiniiiiraioiierv oi monrus County at their September sejsioB.for the location of a county road, commencing at th road leading from Woodsheld to Siatersville, on land owned by John Piatt, at or Rear a school house, thence running through land of John Thompson, thence the nearest and best rout to the road leading from Woodsfield to i Marietta on lands owned by Jesse Hall.4 k ., ' '. A Petitioh;b.- July 19, 1844-J. i. ' i y ; - '. -;; Rate tjqfc Taxation rX Ohio, K ft H t ! 1 1 1 i ? & 3 " ? P f Townships. Adams, 70 30 10 15 Bethel, 70 30 10 15 Centre, 70 80 10 15 Elk, 70 80 1 0 15 Enoch, 70 30 1 0 16 Franklin, 70 30 10 15 Greene, 70 30 10 15 Jackson, 70 30 10 15 Malaga, 70 30 1 0 15 Ohio, 70 30 10 15 Perry, 70 30 10 15 Salem, 70 30 10 15 Seneca, 70 30 10 15 Susbury, 70 30 10 15 Switzerland, 70 80 10 15 Union, 70 30 10 15 Washington, 70 30 10 15 Wayne, 70 30 10 15 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 40 20 20 1,70 1,45 1,95 1,45 1,65 1.48J 1,45 1,75 1,60 1,65 1,95 1,60 2,15 1,95 1,95 1,85 1,45 1,56 20 20)20 I 20 1 20 The undersigned will also attend at his office in Woodsfield, during the monllx of October and No vember, and until the 20th of December, for the purpose of receiving taxes. JOHN KEKR, Treasurer of Monroe Co. Tbeaiurek's Officb, Woodsfield, ) . . ' ; July 19, 1844. 216 ) i . ft- Supervisors, throughout the county, will observe the following form of road receipt, as near as practicable : $ Xtoi is to certify, that A. B. has performed labor on the public highway, under my direction in district No. of township, Monroe county, Ohio, between the first uf April and first of October, 1844, to the amount of road tax. '. NOTICE IS he'ebv given, that six weeks after date, appli cation will he made to the Register of the Land of fice at Chilicothe in the State of Ohio, tor a certifi cate of forfeited laud stock, tor the amount paid on the Nori!; West quarter ol section thirty six in township two of ratios five, in the Marietta Dis trict, entered on the 21st day of August, A. D. 1816, and forfeited for nonpayment agreeebly to law. and now claimed by us as heirs at law of John McVay, deceased, under the act of the 23d of May, 1828, entitled "an act foi the relief of the purcha sers of the public lands, that have reverted for non-payment of purchase money," the original certificate of the purchase of which has been lost or destroyed. George Cline & Emily Samuel JUcvay hi wife, formerly Jim-1 Edmund Hill and Mt ilu Mevau. I tissa his wife, for- Avery Hill and Lavina J merly Melissa Mc- his wife, formerly La- nay. Henry Mcvay. David Cline and Jane his ' wife, formerly JaneMcvav. vina Mcvav. Robert Ferret and Cyn thia hiswtfejormerly Cynthia Mcvay. EDWARD ARCHB6LD, Att'y for Applicants. June 21, 1844. STATE OF OHIO, Monroe County, ss: Harvev Henderahot, Matilda Hendershot, I nom as Smith, Susan Smith, Jacob Thomas, Elizabeth Thomas. James Noffsinger, Jane Noflsinger, Wil liam Pitman and Elias Pitman, who is the son of Marv Pitman (late Mary Linn,) will take notice, that Sarah Linn, widow of John Linn, deceased, has this day filed in the Office of the Clerk of the Court of Common rleas olsaiu county ot Monroe, a Petition for Dower in Lot No. 10 in the town of Beallsville. Lot No. 12 iu Linn's Addition to said town, and in 25 acres of land adjoining said town, and that said Petition will be heard at the next term of die Court of Common Pleas of said county. Wm. . HUIM I tK, Sol. for Petitioner. July 2, 1844. 19:6w ROAD NOTICE. THERE will be petiton presented to the Trustees of Bethel township at their next sesion, praying for the establishment of a road to commence at or near the creek on the North and South dividing the lands of Jacob Miller and Wm. Day running thence West to an old sugar camp. WM. UAX. June 28, 1844. PROBATE NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given, that the executors and Administrators of the following named persons, have filed in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe County Ohio, their set tlement accounts, which are continued until the September Term of said Court 1844, for confirnia. tion, to wit: Executors of Michael Rutter Dec'd. HENKY KIKKBKIDE JAMES SMITH . " JOHN NEPTUNE ARTHUR PORTER ' Administrator DANIEL SHUTT8 " JACOB HOWELLER , At.'est: Wm. OKEY, Cleik, ! July 12, 1844 St. NOTICE IN ATTACHMENT. NOTICE is hereby given, that on the 4th dav of April 1844, Richard Fisher sued out of our court of Common Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, a writ ot attachment against the lands, tenements, goods, chatties, rights, credits, moneys and enects, of John White an absent debtor : for the sum of $100, damages which was returned at the June Term A. U. 1844, served. Attest: Wm. OKEY, Clerk. July 12, 1844 20-6w. . EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. The undersigned having been appointed execu tor of the estate of David Griffith, late of Sunsbu ry township Monroe county Ohio Dec'd. hereby notifies all persons indebted to said estate as well as those having claims against the same, to call at my residence in said township without delay, prepar ed to make settlement . THOMAS GRIFFITH, Ex'r. ' June 28, 1844.81. LEGAL NOTICE. Letters of administration on the estate of Peter Cullen Dec'd., having been granted to the under signed tney therefore notify all those indeDted to said estate to make immediate payment, and those having claims against said estate will present them legally authenticated lor settlement. JAMES CULLEN, ) . THOMAS CULLEN, $ " June 28, 1844. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. ON Saturday, Aueust 24th 1844, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day, at the door ot the court-house in the town of Woodsfield, Moure County Ohio, will be sold to the highest bidder, the following real estate, as the Dt-ooertv of Elijah Bennet. deceased, to wit: the west half of the south east quarter, and the south east quarter of the north west quarter of sec tion 1, in townships, of range 5, containing 119 and 88 hundredths acres. Terms, one third in , band, one third In one year, and the balance in two years, with interest from date. ' JAMES PORTER, Adm'r. July 26, 1844 22-5U . ,, y " ROAD NOTICE. 1J OTICE is hereby given, that a petition will be presented to the Commissioners of Monroe coun ty at their next session for a countv road, com mencing at a buckeye tree, on the County line on Bear run in Etk township, runnina- from thence through the lands of Thomas Stewart and,, Peter ' them legally proven for aettlement in one year from Hart wick the nearest and best way to Lebanon in ' this date. ' Bethel township. , J'',";. MARGARET KETTERER. i' ' WViftt .' A PETITIONER.- WiiKn.n r .s ' ..v.l ,.i ;.. tiMshi. fiM for 184. NOTICE The Treasurer will attend, either in person or by deputy, in each township at the place of holding elec tions, to receive taxes, on tne aay menuonea oppouui each township, as follows s . , Friday, ... Friday, Saturday, Thursday, . Wednesday, . Saturday, , : Saturday, Thursday, Monday, Friday, Wednesday, Thursday, Monday, , , Tuesday, Wednesday, Tuesday, r Tuesday, ; Monday, ' , September. .20. .13. " 21. 12. ' II. ", 14. 7. ' 19. 2. 6. 18. 5. 9. 8. 4. 10. " 17. 16. V. II. Supervisor. ' BANKS NOTE LIST. Specie Standard. ' . Corrected Irom the Cincinnati Enquirer. ohTo. Ohio Life and Trust Co. on demand. '' ' par Commercial Bank of Cincinnati. ' par Franklin Bank, Cincinnati. par : Lafayette Bank of Cincinnati. par Vfech's and Trader's bank. . par Miami Exporting Company, SO dis Exchange Bank of Cincinnati, . Yd dis Bank ot Cincinnati, . . 85 dis Bank of Circleville. 1 dis Chillicothe. 1 dis " Geauga. 1 dis " Massiilon ' 1 dis " Marietja . ": 1 di Mount Pleasant 1 dis Norwalk . . , 1 dis ." Sandusky H 1 dis " Wooster I dis ' " Xenia " 1 dis Zanesrille ' ' : 1 di Belmont Bank, St Clairsville T 1 di Clinton Bauk of Columbus . ... 1 dia Columbiana Bank, New Lisbon 1 dis Dayton Bank, Dayton ' 1 dis Farmers and Mechanics Bk. Steubenvitle 1 di Franklin Bk. of Columbus . t ? ; i. 1 di Muskingum Bank, Putnam i :,. 1 die Western Reserve Bank, Warren 1 dis Small notes of good Ohio Bank 1 di Commercial Bank of Lake Eric, Cleveland 5 dis Bank of Hamilton, Hamilton, 10 dis Lancaster Ohio Bank, Lancaster, 8 dis Commercial Bank of Scioto, Portsmouth 8 dis Bank of Cleaveland - - -20 dia Farmer's Bank of Canton, Canton,' IS die Urbana Banking Company, Urbana, - 42 die Granville Alexandrian Soc. Granville, ' 65 dis Lebanon Miami Bank, Lebanon, 82 dis Bank of Circleville (H. H. Warren cash'r) 90 die Manhattan Bank, Manhattan, ' 90 di Bank of the United States Branch, - . -' ' closed Cincinnati and White water canal Co. failed Cincinnati Banking and Loan office, foiled Consolidated Banking Company, -failed Farmer's and Mechanic's bank, r ; ' failed Ohio and Cincinnati Loan Office, ' : ';' failed Otis Arnolds. Company's Checks, : - failed Piatt (J. H.) & Company's Bank, , failed ' Bank of Gallipolis, Gallipolis, . ' ' failed Bank of Steuben ville, Steubenville, ; ", failed Bank of Mamfield, Mansfield, ''"'failed Bank of Sandusky Bay, L. Sandusky - failed Western Banking Company, failed Bank ofWest Union, West Union, ' . :' failed Canal Bank, Middletown, ' . . failed Farmer s Bank of New Salem, N. Salem,' - failed Farmer's & Mechanics Bank Chillicothe, failed Franklin Silk Company, .... . failed German Bank of Wooster, Wooster, ' . ' failed Geauga Insurance Company, Painsville,' , failed Goshen, Wilmington &. Company Colum bus Turnpike Company, failed) Hamilton and Rossville Manufacturing Co.. failed Jefferson Bank, New Salem. -. faifed Kirtlaud Safety Society, Bank of Klrtland , failed Maumee Insurance Company, . failed1 Monroe Falls Manufacturing Company ' ' - tailed Miami Exporting Co. Branch, Conneaut, failed Owl Creek Bank, Mount Vernon, , '' ' faHed Orphans' Institute Bank, Fulton, ' v '' ; ,r failed Ohio Rail Road Company, Richmond, 1 tailed Washington Bank, Miamisburg, ' "' ' failed Westeru Reserve Farmer's banking . . Company, in Brighton, . failed Zanesville Canal & Man. Co. Zanesville -.. failed KENTUCKY. ' Bank of Louisville '' 1 f di Bank of Kentucky ,r . , dis Northern Bank of Kentucky ' 1 dt INDIANA. State Bank of Indiana ' 1 dis New Albany Insurance Co. New Albany 6 dm King & Woodburn's Checks, Madison 37 di Charlestown Savings Institution 60 die White Water Valley Canal Co. . 60 di Indiana Scrip, $5s (1840 '41 dates) . 8 di do f 50s 9 di .:;..(,'. - ILLINOIS. . , State Bank of Illinois .. . 87 di Bank of Illinois, Shawneetown . S3 dis MILITARY NOTICE. The Commissioned, Field and Staff Office-L and Captains, Lieutenants, or other officer eomv manding volunteer Militia companies, are hereby notified, to be and appear in the town of Woods field, with their commands and companies, on the third Tuesday of August next at ten o'clock A. M., for the purpose of attending Brigade muster and Encampment, to continue at least three days; arm ed, equipped and fitted out as the law directs I intend then to organize the Brigade into Regi ments and Battalions, and order them officered ac cordingly. Come all that feel themselves interest ed raise new Companies and bring them up to camp. E. CISNE, B. G. 2d. B. July 12, 1844. , 23rd. D. O. M. , LEGAL NOTICE, fj Letters of administration on the estate of William filiioliap TXmr'A V. a ' i i , er Ti.nn ..nt.,1 . n It.- J .,n. h h.,f .n :...i-k..j sai( e.tate to mka smniedite mmni, and iW. having claim againstsaid estate will present them legally authenticated tor settlement . . WILLIAM BENNETT, AdmV. June 28, .1844. .:, . : ' , .." ' 'LEGAL NOTICE. ILL persons indebted to the estate1 of Frederick Ketterer late of Malaga Township Deceased, are herebv reaueated to make immd!ita nsvnuini. ! thoM havinr claims anlnat uid MiiiainnrM.ni I i i i i July 26, 1844. . "--:.!'! -Joty , 1844-8w. . ... .-v.: , ... ; , t