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AUDITOR'S SALE OF SCHOOL tAND.;
Notice it hereby given, that I will offer for sale at public auction,5 at the door of the court heuMin Woodsfield Monroe county. Ohio, on Saturday the 8rd dev of January. A. D. 1848, the following- tracts of Land, to wit. The East half of lb north West quarter or Section to, in loira hip 8 fit Range 7, containing; 86 and 28 hundredth acres, mora or leas, appraised at $617 68. -.-Also, the West half of the North West quarter 6f Sec lion 16, to Township 6, of Range 7, conUinins; 86 and Z8 hundredths acres, more or less, appraised at $517 68 Also, the. West half ot the South West quarter of Section 16, in Township 6, of Range 7, containing 88 and 28 hundredths acres, more or Irss, appraised at $431 40. Also, the East half of the South west quarter ot section 10, in Town, hip 6, of Range 7 containing 86 and 28 hun dredths acres, more or less, appraised at 388 28. Said land in no case to be sold for a less sum than five dollars per acre, nor for a less amount than the appraised value thereof; one twelfth of the purchase money to be paid at the time of sale, and the bal ance in twelve annual instalments.ol equal amount, with annual interest thereon. ', JOHN. M. KIRKBRIDE, Aud'r, ' Monroe county, O. Nov 15, 1845 ts v AUDITOR'S SALE OF SCHOOL LANDS. Notice is hereby given, -thai I will offer far sale at public auction, at the door of the court house in Woodsfield, Monroe county, Ohio, on Saturday the 3rd day of January, A.D. 1846, the following tracts of Land, to wit: The South half of the South West quarter of Section 16, in Town ship 5, ol Range 5, containing 79 and 3 hundreths acres, more or less, appraised at '$900 00. Also, the South half of the South Eastquarter of Section 16, in Township 5, pi Range 5, containing 79 and 3 hundreths acres, more or less, appraised at $700. Also, the North half of the South East quar ter of Section 16. in Township 5, of Range 5, containing 79 and S hundreths acres, more or less, appraised at $100 00. Said land in no rase to be old for a less sum than five dollars per acre, nor for a less amount than the appraised value thereof; one twelllh of die purchase moi.ey to be paid at the time of sale, and the balance In twelve annual nsttlments, of equal amount, with annual interest hereon. ' ;, , ; JOHN M. KIRKBRIDE, Aud'r, ,. ,' Monroe county, O. Nov. 15, 1845 1 CORONER'S SALE By virtue of a ft. fa.et lev. fa. to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, I will of fer for sale at public outcry, at the house of Ran dolph Stephen in Seneca township in said county, on Wednesday the 10th day of December. 1845, between (he hours ol 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. of said day, the fallowing personal property, to wih One lot of tobacco supposed to be about fonr thousand pounds. Taken as the property of aid Stephen at the suit Micheal Crow nov 29 WILLIAM LITTEN, Coroner. ATTACHMENT At my instsnce an attach ment was this day issued by Citizen Beall, a justiceof the peace of the township of Sunsbury in the county of Monroe, Ohio, against the prop erty and effects of James O Martin anon-resident cl said county. . JASPER MALLORY, Nov.28, 1845.' By JOHN MALLORY, Ag't. STATE OF OHIO, M0NR6E COUNTY, ss. Valentine C Knight. . vs. Frances Knight, Lemuel J. Knight, Isaac Mc Vay, Thornton F. Jones, Mary Jane Sutton, Al len Sutton, Willis Sullon, Angeline Sutton, and an infant daughter of Setb A, Knight, deceased. 'The defendants will take notice that the said Valentine C. Knight has this day filed in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of said county his petition for partition of the nest half of the north west quarter of section 27, in township 5, of range 6. In said county, descended to the lieirs of William Knight, deceased. Said Valen tine claims two shares. Petition for hearing at next term of said court. ARCH BOLD & WIRE, Nov. 8, 1815. ' - Attorneys pro Petitioner. STRAY CATTLE. C'lAME to the premises of the subscriber living J- in Wayne township, Monroe county, Ohio, about the futt of August last, three stray cattle ot die following description: One dark red brindled milch cow with a crop off (he right ear and an un derbitout of the left, supposed to be seven or eight years old; one red and white two year old heifer, no earmarks; and the other a red and white inooley heifer, one year old, no ear inrrks. The owner can have the same by paving charges and proving property. JOSEPH SCARBROUGH. SAM'L. GRAY'S ESTATE. Notice is here by given that the subscriber has been appoin ted afld q ialilied as administrator of llie estate of Samuel Gray, late of Monroe county decased. All persons having claims against said estate will pre sent them legally authenticated w ithin one year for settlement. And ml persons indebted (o said estate will please call and make immediate payment INov. 22, 1043. KlUHAUUUKAlf. Admr. CjAMUELS. WHITTINGTON'S ESTATE. 3 Notice is hereby xiveii that the subscriber has been appointed and qualified as administrator of the estate ot Samuel 3. Wlutlington, tale ol Mon- rot county deceased. - SAMUEL H. ROWND, Admr. YfcANIEL MALLET'S ESTATE Notice JLF is hereby given thai the subscriber lias been appointed and quahlii-d as administrator or the es tateof Daniel Mallet, late of Monroe county, de ceased. All persons having claims against said estate will present them legally authenticated with in one year for settlement. And all perrons in debttd to said estate will please call and make im mediate payment.. -nov 9. CLARISSA MALLET, Adm'x- TOHN ROBINSON'S ESTATE. Notice is sjP hereby given that the subscribers have been appniuted and qualified a. administrators with the will annexed of the estate of John Robinson, lale of Monroe county, deceased. ROBERT ROBINSON, 'C MARGARET ROBINSON, Nv, 8, 1845,'. Ot i ! Administrators JESSE CONLY'S ESTATE. Notice is here, bv riven, that the subscriber has been appoin ted and qualified as administrator, of the estate of Jesse Corny, late ot jvtonrje county deceased, i ,, . ,t ISAAC CONLY. adni'r. , JfR. k. J. H. MORRIS are the only regular- Jy authorized agents in Woodsfield, for the ale of the genuine BRANDRETH PILLS. , DAILY ARGUS Encouraged by the very flattering patronage bestowed upon us, du rin the past few months, we bave determined to Issue the ARGUS DAILY, commencing on Mon day, Dec. 1, provided a sufficient number of sub ciibera can be obtained before that time. It will appear on a sheet of royal size, Will be neatly prin ted, and contain a large amount of reading matter suited to the taste and want of the community. The character of the Argus for some time past will cerve an earnest of what our Daily will be, pre mising that as our facilities will he much greater for the reception of news, its interest will, to the same degree, be Increased.' We intend making' the Argus the best paper in the city for early intel ligence, variety, and useful and entertaining read ing. , The Daily will be Issued every morning ex cept Sunday, at $4, per annum, payable halt yearly n. advance. ,t:m 'in .Mpt i.prf ,A irt-weekly and weekly wjll also, be published, far the country. ' ' ' " " ' '' " ' TRI-WEE'KLYV $3 per! annum, payable half yearly in advance; otherwise it will b charged at the rat of JM per annum. , . . t ... . ...,' ,. WEEKLY paper $1,50, payable iri advance, $2 payable in six months, or 8 if not paid before the year expires the same that is charged now..) ,-,, 0- MACLANE fc BROTHER, Wheeling. ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, WQODSrUtLB, MONRtfC COUNTY, OHIO. , , r THOMAS WEST, ;: Attorney at Law. WOODSFIELD, MONROE CO., OHIO. JAMES R. MORRIS, ; ATTORNEY AT LAW. ' Woodsfield, Monro co., Ohio. 1 ARCFIBOLIK& WIRE, ATTORNEYS and Counsellors at Law, and Solicitors in Chancery, Woodsfield; Monroe county, Ohio. , y ,. A CARD. The citizens of Woodsfield and vi cinity are hereby informed that I have associ ated with mvself in the practice of medicine NATHANIEL MANNING, M. D.. a graduate of Muldlebury College. Vermont: who i a practical surgeon and has bad an extensive and general practice far a number of year in this Bute and Illinois. JAMES SMITH. NATHANIEL MANNING. JAMES SMITH. .MJ JVJVIJVG & SMITH, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, Woodtfield, Monroe county, Ohio. PROBATE NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given to all persons inter ested that partial and final settlement ac counts have been filed in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas within and for the county of Monroe and State of Ohio, by the follow ing named Excutors and Administrators, to wit: Henry Johnston Executor of James Johnston, de'd. William A. Willard " John Heard, " James Smith " " J. M. Dillon, " Jacob Vernon Administrator of Thos. Gilmore, 11 John Griffith " And. Armstrong" Isaac H. Green " " Francis Webb, " Which said accounts are continued until the spring term of said court, A. D., 1846, for confir mation.' WM. OKt-Y, Clerk. NOTICE is hereby given that the above ac counts are referred to the undersigned Mas ter Ci mmUsioner and will be by him examined at Iheuierksorlice in Wood.tield, on the 29th, SUlh, and Slst days of December next; the accounts of Henry Johnston, William A. Willard on the 29th. James Smith on the 30th, and the balance of said accounts on the Slst of said month. When and where ell persons interested can atteud. WM. OKEY, Mas. Com. Nov. 8, 1345. Monroe Com. Pleas. THINK ON YOUR PHYSICIAN, Until yon think a little cash into hi nccettitie. DR. JOHN McMAHON informs those who are indebted to him that he is in wsnt of mo ney to pay his debts, this money must come from those with whom he '.has labored; he is now sued for money which he has not by him, owing to his indulging those who owe him and many of them fur years past. Gentlemen think the matter over until you think out a little cash, and then please senditon.it cant come too soon for help. Mind I don't like to dun, much less to sue, but a neglect of this notice may remove all dislike to the latter. And if I am forced to the measuie blame your selves. JNO. McM PLOUGHS! PLOUGHS!! The best lot of JL Ploughs ever offered in this market, of Zanes ville manufacture; amongst which may be found: The beat quality of Side Hill, and fiom No. 1 to No. 6 of the new pattern of Regulartnrs. Farmers would do well to call soon as they will be sold very low. Nov. 15,1843. J. R. k J. H. MORRIS. DEMOCRATIC REVIEW. Greatly reduced price from $3 to $3 a yeai Proipec.tu of the next (r 17i) Volume THE price of the Democratic Review has heretofore been too high not for its size, cost and character, but for the means of (ens ol thousands of readers who would be glad to receive it, and among whom it is highly desirable that it hould circulate. For the Durnose. therefore, ol largely widening the range of its usefulness, and of multiplying the numbers of those to whom it may be accessible, it has been determined, simultane ously with the great reduction in the expense of the postage, to reduce its subscription price also, Irom Five to Three dullar;and when several unite in subscription, to as low as 2,50 cents or even 2,30 per annum. This very large reduction in the receipts (accom panied with buta comparatively small diminution of its expenses,) involves, of course, an entire sac rifice of profit upon it, unless compensated by a vast multiplication of its subscribers. There will be at the outset only a small reduction in its num ber of pages; -ion to be restored to its old number, without increase of price, when the anticipated suc cess ot the experiment shall justify it. The Portraits of Distinguished Democrats will be continued eugraved iu better and more cosily style than heretofore. The postage will hereafter, for any distance, be only five and a half cents; it has heretolore, for over 100 miles, eighteen cents. We look for an extension of circulation to be reckoned by tens of thousands, as (he result and compensation of this great reduction of price. Ev ery friend of the work, and of the Democratic principles and cause, is confidently appealed to, to exert himself with an active interest to procure it subscribers; both to extend its usefulness, and to carry it successfully through the crisis of this great reduction of its receipts. Those who have paid in advance for the coming year, will receive it, at the reduced rate for a year and a half. TERMS HENCEFORWARD. ' Invariably in Advance.) Single copy, 8,00 I Eight copies, $20,00 Four copies, 11,00 Thirteen " . 30,00 It will thus be seen that when thirteen copies are orderrd at once, the price is brought down to about 2 SO each. For six months, half these rates. These rates afford high inducements to agents and others to interest themselves to procuie sub scribers. , The cash system and -payment in advance must be uncompromisingly adhered to. The pastrelax ation of it has cauaed an accumulation of not far from forty thousand dollars of debts due to the work. Herealter this must be wholly reformed; nor must either the most eminent political friend, or the most intimate personal one.be displeased on ex periencing its application, in the stoppage of their numbers, if they neglect this rule; the vital neces. ajty of which, at the present reduced rales, must be obvious to all. : No communications will be taken from the Post Office unless free of postage. . , ' ' ." ' All communcations, both ore editorial nd pub. lishing business, must be addressed henceforward tn the undersicned. Those relating to the settle. raent of the past debts due the work will be still addressed to Mr. H. G. Langley, 8 Astor House, the past arrangements with whom, as publisher, have reached their termination. " J. L. O'SULLIVAN, i Aug. 6,' l j i ') . 136, Nassau street. N. Y. r j r : r. . . . f tlnpral Jaehmon. . . . . . t- iWlC. ' The admiritila'DaruerreotvDe of General Jack- Ion, tcken by Anthony, Edwards, fc Co. a few weeks before hie death, has been purchased for the use ef the Democratic Review. It is in the hands of the artist, and will be engraved in the finest style of mezzotint ot extra size. It is a most beau tiful and interesting work; declared by nr. van Buren and others to give a more perfect idea of the good and great old man than ary other likeness; and ought td be possessed and framed by -evey fv lend who loves -or reveres dm memory. . J nose who subscribe early will receive it as one of the regulsr series of Portrait. :,. .... lint, A CURE FOR CONSUMPTION. 7,000 Canei of Obttinatt Pulmonary Complaint Lured tn Une year! 8"S SSS S-Q WJSTBB'S BALSAM Ol WILD CHERRY, The Great American Remedy for Lung com plaint, and all Affection of the Reipiratory Ottan. !ST& do nut wish to trifle with the lives or T v health of the afflicted, and we sincerely pledge ourselves la make no assertions as to the virtues of this medicine and to hold out no hope to suffering humanity which facts will not warrant. We ask the attention of the candid to a few con slderations. Nature, in every part of her works, has left iu dellible marks of adaptation and design. The constitution of the animals and vegetables of the torrid is such that they could not endure the cold of the frigid zone, and vice versa. in regard to disease and its cure, the adaptation is not less striking. The Mots, of Iceland.lhe Wild Cherrv. and Pine Of all northern latitudes, (and Dr. Wistar s uAlaam is a compound chemical extract from these,) have long been celebrated for complaints prevalent only iu cold climates. Indeed (he most distinguished medical men have averred that na ture furnishes in every country antidotes for its own eDCuliar diseases. Coksumption, in its confirmed and incipient stages, Govght, Asthma, Croup, and Lwr Com plaint, torm by lar the most latai class ot uisease known to our land. Yet even these may be cur ed bymeansof the simple yelpotoerful remedies named above, and which are scattered, by a ben eficent Providence.whereverlhose maladies prevail WILL MIRACLES NEVER CEASE! MORE EVIDENCE of its SURPASSING HEALTH RESTORATIVE VIRTUES!!! SpmNoriEr.D, Ky., May 17,1825. Messrs. San ford & Park: Gkkts: I take this opportunity of informing you of a most remarkable cure performed on me by the use of Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. In ihe year I80 I was taken with an influmation of the bowels which I labored under fm six weeks, when I gradually recovered. Iu the fall of 181 I was attacked with a severe cold, which seated it self upon my lungs; snd for the space of three years I was confined to my bed. I tried all kinds of medicines, and every variety of medical aid without benefit, and tliua I wearied along until the winter uf 18"", when I he?rd of " W-itar's Balsam of Wild Cherry." My fi iends persuaded me to give it a trial, though I had given up all hopes of a recovety, 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. Af ter five vears of affliction, pain, and suffering, and after having spent four or five hundred dollars to no purpose, and the best aud most respectable physicians had proved unavailing, I was soon re stored to entire health by the blessing of God and the use of Dr. Wistar s Balsam of Wild Cherry. I am now enjoying good health, and such is my altered appearance that I am no longer known when I meet my former acquaintances. I have gained rapidly in weight, and my flesh is firm and solid I can now eat as much as any per son, and my food seems to agree with me. I have eaten more during the last six months (ban I hud eaten for live years betore. Cunsidering my case almost a miracle, I deem it necessary for the good of the afflicted, and a duty I owe to the proprietors and my fellow men (who should kuow where Telicf maybe had) to inane this statement public. May the blessings of God rest upon the proprie tors of so valuable, medicine as Wistar's BaUam ol tYild Cherry. Yours, respectfully, WILLIAM H. BAKER. ((CJ-"Wistab's Balsam" is sold at $1 per bot tle, or 6 bottles for $5. Sold In Cincinnati at (lie corner of4th and Walnut streets, by ISA N FORD & PARK, General Agents for the West, and by J. A.SlG. H.DAVENPORT, Woodsfield. WELSH & ARMSTRONG, Beallsville.' - ANSHUTZ, POLLOCK, & Co., Sunfish. This invaluable medicine was prepared from an extensive practice of several years in a bil lions climate, and is never known to faii, of curing Fever undAgue or any of the disease above named. Those who are suffering from diseases cf this kind, as also those who have become invalids from their effects upon the constitution, will find the India Choi.acoguc a most invaluable remedy for purifyir.g the blood, and thoroughly cleansing from the system the morbid' effects of a billions climate. The wonderful operation of the Cholagogue in eradicating bi lb from the human system, can only explain its extraordinary agency in the speidy, THOROUGH and rEaMANENT CURBuf FBVIR and ague, and the various grades of intermittent and remittent fevers. From Hon. Rosa Wilkihs,' fw'reo! State Dis trict Judge for the Diitrtct of Michigan. Detroit, Oct- SO, I8"I. Mr. Edward Bingham; .' Dear Sir With great pleasure I state the fact of the complete and radical cure of the Fever and Ague with which my son William was attacked, by tbe use, pursuant to directions, of Dr. Osgood's Indian Cholagogue. He had as severe an attack arf I ever witnessed, and I apprehended a long winter of this disease, which was some years ago tbe case when I resided at Tecumseh. But I wss providentially led to notice your advertisement in relation to this medicine determined to try ic, and the use of one bottle broke the' disease, and I am confident has effected a radical cure, as two months bave now elapsed without a return of it, and my son is in tbe enjoyment of robust health. It is sn Invaluable medicine and should be generally known. Truly, Jour friend, 1 ' " ; " RoSS WtLKINS. Price $1,50. ' Sold in Cincinnati, Ohio, whole sale and retail bySANFORDh PARK, general agents for the West, at their Western Depot for the sale of valuable Family Medicines, uorth'-east corner of Fourth ariti Walnut streets, 'i 'j 1 - And by J. A. ft G. H. DAVENPORT, Woods, field. ' ' WELSH ic ARM6TONG, Beallsville. ANSHUTZ, POLLOCK & Co.; Sunfish. i ....i..i. - BLANK PEEDS Tor 'tale it this office,' &W&WXitf"ty&0H . LORING B. TRUE. ENERAL AGENT FOR PROSECUTING Jf CLAIMS, of every deieription, and Irani- acting all bunne requiring the aid of an Agent or Attorney at WASHINGTON CITY, -if v.: ;-.- ' CLAIMS f ' :"'..,. For Revolutionary Pensions, Naval Pensions, Bounty Lands, Commutation of Half Pay, Renew al of Pensions to certain Widow, whose husbands died in Service. CLAIMS Before Congress, or Executive Departments, to receipt of Arrears of Military Pay, Indemnities for French Spoliations, prior to 1800, to- etc., and Contracts, fcc. etc '- 1 - TERMS REASONABLE. REVOLUTIONARY PENSIONS This agen cy has in possession, and ready access to, a vast amount of Revolutionary rolls, books, manusci ipts, preserved from the service, affording proof of service in the regular continental army, stale troops and militia, and in the Quartermaster and Com missary Departments, no where cite to be found. Has also a complete list uf name of all those entitled to BOUNTY LANDS, and double boun ty land, both for the Revolutionary service, and that of the last war. ' Also a complete list of names of all those widows, fee., entitled to a RENEW AL OF INVALID and NAVAL PENSIONS. A list of names of those also entitled to unclaimed dividends Upon treasury and loan office books, and of 6 per Cent and 3 per cent, stocks, &c. 1 he documents and proofs in our possession on the subject of French spoliation, prior to 1800, gives the entire history of those claims lists oj vessels their cargoes, masters, owners when and where captured when condemned, and how disposed of the amount of cargo, and pnbahlo amount of each claim; and we have access to files ot evidence. A residence of several years at the seat of gov ernment has made us familiar with the forms and mode of procedure required to be observed in the transaction of all kinds of public business, and also favorably known to many leading members of both Houses of Congress, and with many in the Departmental consequently will be able advanta geously to prosecute all claims confided to us; and in all cases sueh shall be conducted with the ut most promptness and vigilance. Terms reasona ble always regulated by the nature of the service. Office, 8th street, in front ol the Patent Office, and on the west front of General Post Office. PROPOSALS for publishing in the City ef Washington, a new daily, semi-weekly and weekly democratic republican paper, to be entitled The United States Journal. BT JESSE E. DOW AND COMPANY. The first number of our new paper will be issu ed on the first day of May next; with an entire new dress new type, fine white paper, with other important alterations and improvements. ' The paper will be detoted to a fearless exposition of democratic principles; it will zealously and unre mittingly oppose each and every effort to establish a mammoth, monarchy bank and other mischievous corporations and consolidations of wealth, which subvert the lights ot the people and undermine the pillars of the republic; it will oppose an oppressive and auti republican tariff system, the assumption of the State debts by the general government, and all other federal principles which bave an inevita ble tendency to destroy public prosperity as well as well as individual happiness. Against all such political delusions we shall wage unchanging, un compromising war. 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The first will contain a full and accurate historv of the proceedings of both branches of the national Legislature, it. will be compiled with such care that every citizen who is interested in the public affairs will find it a complete synopsis of their proceedings, and a book of ref erence upon all questions which come before them. The second, ("the Appendix,') will contain every speech which is deliver ed in the Douse of Representatives and Senate durmj: the session, reported at length by a full and able corps of con gressimi tl reporters, and revised before publication by the authors, whenever it is requested. These two works will be strictly impartial, and are intended to be as interesting and useful to the man of business, and to the politician of the one party, as of the other. It may lie said, wiihout exaggeration, that the next session of Congress is destined tn be one of the most import ant which has taken place since the foundation of tlie government. It is the kn: session. It is the session which will develope ihe general plan of the administration. Its measures will stamp the character of our insti tutions for years to com.3. Some of the most important questions which are connected with our foreign rela tions, or our domestic concerns, wil be presented I'Jr their consideration' The final measure of ratifying the con stittition of Texas, which is to con summate her admission into our Union, and the admission of .her members into our public councils every measure which affects the Oregon question our relation wish Mexico as well tis the final decision on the revived Zoll Verien treaty, these and other meas ures which are more or less connected with our foreign relations, will come under the review of the approaching Congress. Most of the eminently im portant questions which relate to our internal concerns the revision of the tariff the adoption of the best mode of preserving public moneysa varie ty of commercial ineasures--pcrhap. the best system for regulating the im portant interests of Texas the Indian questions the land question the bess system for our navy, these and oth ers will constitute a mass of business which is calcuhted to command much., of the time of Congress, and much of the attention of the people. They will all he reported by the "Congres sional Union." The Daily, Semi-Weekly, and Week ly Union, will, as usual, embrace an interesting variety of matter on politi cal, scientific, and literary subjects, along with the current news of the day. The editor will continue to devote al) his energies to the improvement of "ihe Union." lie litids many accom plished men iri this city. The admin istration has brought with it a consid erable accession oftalents. , Several tried and distinguished members of the democratic party have accepted office under it. Some of them have liberally contributed their literary labors to our benefit; and we have to enlist others in our eVrvicei ; Bssides the time is not far distant when the editor intends to call out txlents to hit assistance. His ambition is, to make his paper worthy of the metropolis of the Union, lie is persuaded that, with the facilities which his position enables him to em ploy; with the official and other mate rials placed within his reach; and with the aid of the .correspondence which he is attempting to establish in foreign countries, u paper may be published, which is not unworthy of the support of his country.- In undertaking the task, he knew he had' many difficulties to overcome, many lessons to learn, many sacrifices to encounter. He knew that, amid the.ardurous caret of n new threntre, he .could not at first (lugged. What enthusiasm and indus try ..can effect, will be fully accom plished. Some errors he may have already committed. But upon one point, he can speak with great pleas ure and with' equal . freedom. The tnep who are administering this govern ment are working men are anxious,' as he believes, to do their duty, to serve their countryi'to carry, out the pledges under which th l'rcsjdent as ciegtcd. and the great prindip'es of the pirty.-r So Ion . a tho adininistratijri iitfo dueled irj this spirit, andupon th ' principles, ho is prepared to co-operilteV with inem in the public service; and to give thrm, in he promised in his pros--pectti, a fur, libeial, and' efficJ'-a srpori." . .,".'..( ;"t v'e fej a d-ep sens of grnlituJe, for the prwnpt in inner in which our polii?Ciil li ienJs in ;' every .scctiju ' off the country have already t-nme forward to sustain the "Union.'' May we not hope that tw frit-inls jlirouhout llse- United State "ill continue tu assist our labors, anJ prevail upofl their friends to take some other edition of the "Union?'" A? this will be the long session of Congress and will probably Just eight months, we have concluded to publish the Congressional Union ant jippkn dix on the following J Terms. For the Congressional Uni on, 1,50 per copy. For the .appendix, $,50 per copy.' Clubs will be furnished with Ten: copies of either the above works for ' $1 Twenty-five copies for$j5. :r Extra Wcmlt and Semi-Wkkilt : Union. ; ; - For the accommodation ol those r who desire a paper printed at Lie teat ofgoverument during the session of Congress only, we will furnish them the Extra Uion as follows: Semi-Weekly, one copy ', $4 60 , " ' ' Six copies 3 OU ' " Twelve copies 14 00', Weekly, One eopy . $1 00 ' Twelve copies 10 00 the union Will be furnished hereafter tw year-; ly subscribers as follows: $ Uailv per year, for One copv 410 09 U it tk lMve copies 40 OO - One copy . 5 00 ; Five copies 0 00 Ten copies 35 00 One copy . 3 00 Five copies 8 00 Ten copies 1 3 00- Semi-Weekly, ii it Weekly li n ti ' St OCrNo attention will lye paid to any order,un'ess the money accompanies iu' Those desiring complete copies of the Cjngressionat Union an4 Appendix,, will please sead us their names previ ous to the first day of December next.' We wt.l willingly pay the postage on ; all letters sent to us containing Fire Dollars and upwards. Other letters directed to Us, with the postage unpaid, will not be taken out ot the office. Newspapers throughout the country, " who will publish the above prospectus until the meeting of Congress, will re ceive, in re:urn, the Congressional Uqion during the session. RITCHIE IIE1SS. Washington, August 1, 1845. : OUTER'S VEGETABLE PAMK LY TILLS. Trepared bv the in ¬ ventor and proprietor alone, formerly at Elizabethtow n, now at Triadelphia, Ohio county, Va. These pills are rec ommended for the cure (or ut least the prevention)Asthma,Bi!lkms complaintst Dyspepsia and all diseases arising from a disordered stomach, impurities of blood, &c.;they will cure the Shingles; they are beneficial in Dropsy, Scrofu la, I'ains in the back, head or limbs; they have cured Billious Fever- -ie-stored to health fom lies laboring under natural obstructions; they will expel worms from children. Obtain these; Pills and try them fairly after which you will be compelled to acknowledge their superiority over otuer mratciaesr thev ure entirely free from mercury can be taken with saiety in any situa . tiop, Sold by J. K. 4- J. II. MORRIS. Woodsfield, aug. 30. 1843. (ttr-500 bilges for Fifty Vcntt.J , PROSPKCTL'S OF THK CONGRESSIONAL JOURNAL' rl HE editors of the United Stales JL Journal propose to commence, with the next session of Congress, a wppklv nn'ilication under the above ti tle, to continue through the whole ses sion, at the unprecedented low price oi FIFTY CENTS! to eacn subscnoer for a volume of five hundred pages! It will. contain a faithful and impar-. tial record ol both Houses of Congress, the gist of all the important speeches which may be delivered, te ste. The most competent reporters will be em ployed and nothing shall prevent it be ing made worthy of the patronage of the . public generally. The Journal will en deavor, in its records, to do juslice to, both parties, so that both parties will feel allowed to patronise the publication 1 It being the long session, a& it is called, the volume will contain; at least 500 pages; each number will contain six teen pages of solid matter, which will enable thi publishers to give all the pro. ceedings worthy of being preser?e! m book form, for binding and future ref erence. - The exceedingly low terms will place it within the reach of all; the publishers hope that their Iriends will use their exertions in obtaining sub scribers.' ' ' ... .THEOi'IIII.US FISK, , - JESSE E. DOW. Washirigion, Aur.l2, 1843. : ; TEV ORLEANS SUGAR, a superior article 1 just received and for sale ' by - - j. r. u.n. MORRIS. ' N EXCELLENT ARTICLE cf COFt'EE i jnat received and forsale by J, 1,-fc J. II- MORRIS.