Ã HiHS?To the PalTons of the Signal: Dear Friends, - Perrait me just to say, that if you have any regard for the Executive Commitlee, or any sympathy for the Printer, or wish to see our good and holy cause triumph, ONCEASE to besd us MISERABLE DEfRECIA-TED PAPERcj(J in the shape af "State Scrip," "Post Notes,11 &c. We would be among the last on earlh to bo difficult or oppressive, but it is a fact that nearly all the paper we receive in the shapa of money, is not worth to u? more than six or seven sh'Ã¼lings to the dollar. We hopo our friends will remember that however uvi-. ÃRg we raight be to niake this eacrifice- poverty compela us to aek that which ia worth eight shillings to the dollar, and if other money s sent, we 6hall be willing to credit the same for its actual valuÃ© and no more. G. BECKLEY, Chairman of Executive Committee. Ann Arbor, Nov. 17, 18-H.