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Hon. Edward Everett of Mass.
TIjIm !, : i ; nisli T oral ir in now on
n i:it I ) tlio West, in ri'miift to var
ious i n ilitiuns, to deliver lii great cra
t in M on "TIiQ ('h.ir.icfcr of VHsliin
ton.'' II vr.'ifl in Cincinrnti week le
f. ire l.?t, nml rlelivcrcJ liis oration to
oroiwi'iI audiences on two Biuvcsive
vcniiifr. 1'rom Cincinnati lio wont
t o I.ouie viile, nnd thence, to Mavsvillr,
tvl.i ro lie wis tinnounced to fpcnk on
Friday evening lust.
Tim ci' tire proceeds of li Is oration
nro devoted to tlio patriotic olject of
j'urclinin Mount Vornnn, tlio homo
it ii il luirin! pliico (f AViiliin;.:t'in, witli
the view of proorvinp; and setting nreirt
the. revered locality as a portniinont pub
lic memorial of tlio 'Tut her of liis
Country." It in Ptatol tlifit Mr. Ev
erett has alrendy paid over to tlio fund
about .?13,0int, ns tlie result of his lau
Fire at Chillicothe.
On Tuesday morning oflast week the
Idock of flrrs between the Market
llou-o and Main street, ooenjiicd by
I'untnn it iMistmnn, boots and shoes, .T.
(i. Snyder, hardware, .1. Gunther, .
,?, IT. Curry and S. Alien, grocers,
S Kcnicry, fadlcr, and C. DaJcr, butch
er, was destroyed by Ere. Lo.s aLout
S-o.tJOO, partly insured.
i ,tlov. Walker lias started for Kan
sas at last, lie left New York on Thurs
day. In a speech which ho made at a
public dinner before his departure, he
pledged his honor as a gentleman to
ue Lis. personal and official influence to
r-ocuro to the people of Kansas a full and
fair expression of their sentiments on
tlio State Constitution to be framed by
the Convention which will bo elected in
Jen j. If Gov. Walker will make the
B.uaa assurances to the Free State men
in tb;; Territory, after lie -ots there, we
think they should, and have no doubt
ti."y v. ill acrren to vote at the election,
notv. ith.-tanJintr the unfairness manifes
ted in tnkincr the census. Hh course
v, ill be watched with jroat interest.
fc-v"'The communications of 'Investi
gator" and '-Franklin," in another
part of cur paper, are worthy of a
c;.re!'ul roiling. ' Iincstigator" pre
sents some facts in t!ic history of our
Stat? government, which si o v the ne
cessity of keeping a iuilant watch
over the doings of public officers, and
vindicate the policy of the late Republi
can Legislature in appointing the '-In-vo.-ticatina;
The steamer Asia arrived at New
York on Friday, with Liverpool dates
to the I'd inst. There is no news of
importance. Breadstuff's had advanced
in the Liverpool market, Ohio Flour
closing firm at VJ)M(n :!ls.
Spain has accepted the French propo
sition for the adjustment of the difficul
ty with Mexico.
Fifteen ship-loads of tea were des
troyed in the Chinese province of Ki
ang, b a band of rebels.
Mob at Louisville, Ky.
Louisville is becoming notorious for
limbs. On Thursday night last a mob
overpowered the police and guard at the
jail, and took out three negro prisoners
who had been tried for murder and ac
quitted in the afternoon. They took
the negroes to the public square and
hung them on the trees. A fourth ne
gro who was in the jail, cut his throat
with a ra7.or to escape the fate of his
fellow-prisoners. It is stated that there
was no evidence to convict the negroes
nut that ot one of them who turned
State's evidence, and whose testimony
was not considered reliable. The May
i una police cxerteJ themselves
-1 ue 11 the riut, and the former was se
The National Hotel Disease.
Tl.c lMiilii,lcl.hia I'cniisylvanian,
April liOth, mentions that the death
lion. John (i. Montoom f.rv re-directs
the public attention to the terrible Na
tional Ilutcl di.-ca.se. nnd ttates that
there are certain coincidences connec
ted with th'n subject, which are Btifrircs
. t i . . ... i 'ii . . ..
.m-vi in.,- ii, u: i nori'ii ic su-j, mons.
-n..'r. Lit hanan ; arrived ut the National
Jlwtd on tlio 2jth of January, and
thr n.dtliij thefuttcatcf (IC (hS, ,isc
and in a few daju there were
about forty cases. Mr. Huchaium Hiid
dculy h it the city. ThclVunlvai.iai.
Fays: "The symjitoius in all easett were
thfs;ji.ie violent, coju'ous jiurinpr,
of tlio larger intcetincs,
n constant dif-jiiihition to relapse. Pur
ini; an interval of several weeks
to the si-con of March, no
t:.,e occmrcl. On th evening of
day, Mr. Jiucliauau returned to Wash
ington, mid ubout that period the
was crowded with visitors. On
1th of March the disease broke out w
increased violence, and many hundreds
were litre i tel. The y iiijtouii uniform
ly judical.! poi.vin."
JlAI.mioiiE & Ouio Jl. II. Tl.el.ilo
d Ilicultics on thii road, have been Katid
fictorily hcttle.l, and tiuins art now
I. ::ii.' iv -ubirlv.
The Bordell Murder
Tn i: 'I'm r. v 'Ik c Ci svivmi m
!'r t ! i . 11,111 r of l'r. Hurdell nt ,)
louidst , New York which cniicd so
rr.-fit nn 1 rrcnrrnl e eitcmeiit, when
rnii! rn il I" 1 w ns co n eluded on Fat unlay
ni;:bt 1" I'" re bit by a verdict of acjiiit
tal. Tho Ii-hict Attorney then de
cline, 1 to prosccu.'e licktd, nl.o under in
dictment for tho p.mio offence-. It was
a matter of no littia oiirpiNe that the
prosecution niado so poor a rase, and on
the evidence presented, no other verdict
could have been expected.
The 1. it. s Thkaty with V.sn
I.am has been rejected by the Jlng-li.-di
Government, on tho ground, it is
"riiil, th.it the treaty between Knjjland
and Honduras, relative to the island of
I'mtan has not yet been ratified by Hon
duras. Until this is done, some of the
provision of the 1 Villus treaty can not
properly, in the view of the English
Government, bn accepted. Tho new
l!iitish minister, Lord Napier, was
greatly surprised at the failure of the
treaty, whit h is attributed in sonic quar
ters to tho desire of tho English gov
ernment to pay us ofT for the dismissal
of Mr. Crnmptun.
The. appf iiitinrnt of . the notorious
rowdy, Capt. 1'yndcrs, of New York, to
the responsible office of V. S. Marshal,
docs no credit to President I'uchanan.
It is true, as the Staunton (Va.) Specta
tor remarks, that the President cannot
be personally acquainted with all whom
he appoints to office. ''He must make
appointments upon the recommendations
of other persons, who may deceive or
mislead him, and therefore he should
not be held responsible if here and
there an office-holder turn out unwor
thy of his place. Put in the case of
I'yndcrs, the President was fully ac
quainted witli tho man's character, and
yielded what must have been his own
view s of propriety to u political or party
necessity. Such weakness is unworthy
of the Executive of a great nation.
The following incident is related bv
a Washington letter-writer:
' Captain Itynders went to tlio White
Ifou-e the other day to thank tho Presi
dent for his office. Mr. Puehanan said
to him good-hiimoredlv, Well, Cap
tain Kynders, I hope you will do your
duty well, ami that I shall not hear of
your getting intoauv more fitrhts. "
''Not unless the country needs it,"
said livnders; to winch tlio 1 resident
added, that "he had strong hopes the
country would not need anything of the
We do not vouch for the truth of
this storj, but it serves to show the
estimate in which Kynders is held.
He is leader of the Empire Club, a
ua,ng of ruffians whose special doty it
is ji do the fighting for the Democ
racy in New York. This constitutes
his sole claim to executive favor, but
the President has recognized and hon
An Ami r.K'AN Slave Ship Cat-
Tl'I'.ri). 1 lie 1 alnjoutli (.lamaiea) Post
mentions that, on the lllth of April, an
American schooner was towed into St.
Ann's Pay by a Pritish brig-of-war.
The capture occurred on the 15th of
April. The schooner, when boarded bv
the English r.fliccrs, w as found full of
young negroes, of both sexes, to the
number of .. one hundred and twen
ty-seven ha ing died during the passage.
I he captives were naked, half-starv?d
and foul with dirt and vermin. Thirty
ot them were in a eying condition.
.-yThe committee appointed by the
late Free State Convention, held at Ton-
eka, Kansas Territory, on the 10th
.'larch last, to whom was committed the
task of preqaring an address to the A-
merican people, have prebared a docu
ment that fills nearly four columns of
the Missouri Democrat. Too much lit-
erature! The masses of men, whom
is desirable tu reach with the talc of the
wrongs of Kansas, have no timo to read
such ambitious and voluminous effu
sions. The j'oint pressed by the Topcka
Constitution -nieu is, that their constitu
tion, along with the otic to be manufac
tured by the pro-slavery Constitutional
Convention, for which provision has
been in ado. may be submitted to the bona
fido inhabitants, of Kansas next fall.
This is certainly lair.
Provisions nd lniubiT at Lawrence
are exorbitantly Jii-ih. Coin meal
per hundred, Flour per hundred,
and pine floorinir, of very iufcrior iiial
ity and ucant one inch thick, are cell in
S',10 a thousand. Counuon luhorers de
niiind per day, and are difficult
find even at that price.
The Kansas river is low and entirely
uiiiiavijable, with but little t.ro-pect
further use this season. Tho Lawrence
Herald wss freight and passengers
should ship to Iklawnre or Leavenworth.
The Lawrence people are jubilant
over the i!inf don ol the tirst church
oiiii!'-bcU in that yotinjr Kan.-as city,
the pift of a I'ostuu liicichant. It
de.-ij;iicd for the I'nitariaii Church.
the htceple is yet unbuilt, the bell
bun"? in a gallows, and in addition
r-uiulay terviee, nuus toe children
school, the people up, to dinner, and
bed. That bell will be more of a curi
osity hull" a century hence than it is
Mr. l'abeock, the former Postmas
ter ut Lawrence, ha been removed
make room for Ir. Garvin, the
pro-slavery man (the Herald eays)
within tho city limits. The Her
1 1 ttccms tho policy of the adminis
tration ut Wa.-hinjtoii to impose
un pro slavery oflicers, and those
hands have been most deeply imbued
in the blood of Free State settlers
L'iven the hi'rhcst posts. Hid the Dcui
oeriitic party of the North understand
tins to l.e the lino ol policy 01 James
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I.ii,:iii:iii u lull (,,. o,,r 1,1'ir Vn I'M
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.ux luet at U HI II?
Matters about Home.
f .r'i'lie weather continues cool for
tho nelson. Yesterday, however, was
warmer. A great deal of rain has fal
len within a few days pas'.
t V We call tho attention of our read
ers to the advertisement of Mr. Pobcrt
Way's School at Wilmington. Mr. Way
has a bieh reputation as a Teacher.
C:rFee the Card of Mr. Kemper, of
Cincinnati, dealer in Lead Pipe, Pumps
A'aii ahik Prnuc tions. See the
advertisements of Williams's ''Ohio
State Directory" and the "American Al
manac." en !d page.
Pii'I.kv and Hir.i.snoRO Ti rnI'ikf.
Co. Stockholders of this conipany, and
persons owning lands on the line of
the road, will find two notices of inter
est to (hem, in our advertising columns
Tavern Stand in Painshouo for
sale or rent. Sec the advertisement of
. . i. i
.Mr. jJF.vtnT, in anouier column, l or
any one wishing to engage in the Tav
ern business in that village, this is a
The Hail Sturm which passed ocr
this place last Thursday night, though
severe for a short time, did no particu
lar damage hereabouts that we have
heard of. Atl'iketon. the Journal savs
the hail -stones were very large, nicas
uring six inches in circumference. At
Ilichmond, Ind., on Thursday afternoon,
about 5 o'clock, there was a heavy storm
of hail, which broke in tho windows of
several stores, and did considerable dam
age. A man was knocked senseless by
one of the stones. .
New Post Office. A new Post Of
fice has been established in this county,
on the route between Danville and Pu
ford. The office is called ''Hidings'',
after Mr. Samuel Pidings of that vioin
l'y, and will be a great convenience to
the neighborhood. Mr. John Stevens
has been appointed Postmaster. Sub
scribcrs to the News' at Pidings P. 0
will receive their papers regularly on
Friday, the day after publication, under
the present mail arrangement
The Schoolmaster Abroad. A
few days since (says the Chillicotho
Gazette) one of our citizens received
the following rich specimen of litera
ture from a citizen of our neighboring
countv of Highland. We would sug
gest to our brethren of the press over
there that they make increased efforts to
circulate their papers. They will cer
tainly find some ''virgin soil" that
would be none the worse for cultivr
tion: '"Aprilo the 27 1S57
Mr C. iwant to give you a flew lines
in rellation to a stray Peast a Plaek
mare marked on the top of the shoalder
by the thistcllo and a speck in the left
ey which has in Jured her eight also
she is shod all round if you pleas ad
dress me with a fiew lines to hills Por
ough ohiu hiland Co
c su; p ise the above document
is genuine, and that we will have to
'confess the corn." We must say, how
ever, it excites our surprise that such
ignorance should exist in a county so
well supplied with newspapers and
school-houses as Highland, which can
boast with truth, what few othercounties
in Ohio can namely, that it supports
f'jtir county m irtjHipi . ami nut a tinqlt
dutllhry! Had we met with such t
specimen of '-literature" from lion coun
ty, it would not have seemed so strange
but for Highland it is certainly q- ite out
of character. We can only account for
it by supposing that the author of the
'composition" has lately moved into
this county from Iloss. If bo, wc Bug-'uate
irc.it tlaiilii,.,. i,i. ,.:. .
gcsi inai ne move Lack (lira in an soon
, e . ..
unua Ul9 ...iray jicast, witu
"npeck in her left
Crop Prospects in Highland.
Our esteemed friend and contributor
IJESJ. Lonaru, ot 1'etin tp., writes
the Ohio Cultivator of the 1st inst.:
The wheat in this county promises
full average crop : is not much injured
by the winter. Grats very backward,
and feed scarcer than ever was known
before, as many farmers had to com
mence fepdinr: in i"'epteiriber" ull the
irra.-s bcinn burnt up with the drought,
l'cnch blos-oms in eonie situations are
killed, while in others they are rafe.
Apples uninjured. Cherries partially
killed. Kcspeet fully,
the season been very bat
ward, many of our farmers have proba
bly not jet planted their Corn.
suehthe folluwirifr advice fn.in tho Ohio
Farmer will be seasonable:
TK.r.r Ytu-R Sk.kd CtntN. Pb-yit
or fifty frrains of your seed
(counting t lii-iii . ) in a eood jdaee,
see how many ol tliem will perilunate
well, Ac, iurmsli root and top Htirouts
too. This w ill enable you to judie
much of your seed corn is bound
Soakino Sfkd Ciutx. S. I), llarton
recouiuieiids hteepin seed corn
manure water. He says the con.
come up utronjjer, quicker, and of
Cincinnati Horse Market.
The Morse Market was brirk oil one or
Hiys lawt week, but was geni-rally very vi
dull. The hi 1 ii4i I sals would nut altogether
foot up .1011 brud 1'iieea for ecod diauifli
II ores still rule hle,h, and stoi k r,inr at
in un nir iuuvii.ij in on mi mil coiuiiioa,
Tor - .. . 1
" fioin f.su to liJ l.r the LelUr tie, ler.t
Patterson, Vanwinkle & Co.'s New
A'e no Dliioied some weeks since that
the (dd "Johnson Corner" had been pur-
hascd by tho above-named firm, and
that they intended to enlarge and re
model the building, with a view to oe-
pying it. in soon a:3 possible. In ac
cordance with this, design, they immedi
ately put a large force to work, and the
old corner for several weeks presented
a lively and busy scene, as the masons,
carpenters, painters, iv.c, pursued their
various vocations. The resnlt of tlwir
labors is now visible, in the shape of one
of the handsomest store rooms that is to
be found anywhere we certainly have
seen none superior, and but few to equal
it, in any country town. When the out
side finishing touches are put on by the
painters, the 'Oh! Comer" will be ns
hard to recognize by its old friends, as
an ancient beau who has renewed his
youth by donning a wig, and habiliments
of "the latest mode."
The entire fitting up of tho establish
ment reflects credit upon the taste and
skill of our mechanics, and the liberali
ty and enterprise of the proprietors.
The main entrance to the store is on
High street. On each side of the door
are large show windows, in which are
displayed thojnost beautiful fabrics, to
tempt, the passer-by to enter, and look at
the goods within. Whoever does so
w ill find one of the largest and hand
soincst assortments of everything in the
Dry Goods line, that has ever been of
fered in Ili.l.-noro, and we guarantee
will bo waited upon w ith the politest at
Of the proprietors of the new store
it is unne cssary for us to say a word
They have been so long engaged in the
in ei can tile business in this place that
their tharicter needs no endorsement to
the people of Highland county. Judge
Evans was one of the pioneer merchants
of ourtovn, in the days when the annu
al trip to the East to buy poods was per
formed on horseback, and took weeks in
stead of d?ys to accomplish it. Though
resigning the more active and laborious
duties to t'.io younger members of the
firm, the Judge will still be found at his
post, ready to welcome his old friends
with a pleasant smile and a warm shake
of the hand. Mr. Patterson and Mr.
Vanwinklc, both well known and esteem
ed as agreeable gentlemen and good sales
men, are associated with the Judge as
partners, and Mr. George Underbill, an
old and faithful attache of tho dry goods
trade, is also employed as clerk. With
such a corps of salesmen and stub a
store and stock of goods, it only needs
a liberal use of "printer's ink," (of which
they fully appreciate the value) to in
sure to the new firm the prosperity their
A Poser for Chief Justice Taney.
The presiding J ustice of the Supreme
Court of the United States Tested his
opinion that negrocn were not citizens,
unon the nllerration that thev have ncv-
er oecn recognizee; as kucIi ny tlio adop-
tion of the federal constitution. Ilis
attention, nays the N. Y. Kvenin I'ost,
is respectfully invited to the fullowinc;
en . . i' 1 ci'i ! i
act of C engross, passcl ... ISO.,, which
received the approval ot 1 resident Jetl-
, , tr r,
erson una uou. nouses oi v oiigrcss, anu
has been recognized as constitutional
, n , ,
an mi; VUIUI3 ui iiiu i v 11 u 1 1 j iui iuui
than fifty years. This clause, it will be
. , . ..
perceived, specially recognizes tne ex-
istence of colored citizens of the Uni-
Art. 1590. No master of any vessel,
or otner person, Mian import, or cause
to be lnmorteil, nnv tmro. mulatto, or
other nerton nf color, not a nntirc. n citi
zn, or rrm'stcrcd teaman of the UnitcJ
Xtutr, or a ncanian or native of Borne
country beyond the Cape of Good Hope,
intnanv t ncn of thn I rnted StateR Kit-
, , ,
n nyti'lo which by law ha pro
1 hibitcd, -or shall prohibit, the importa
agi.. X , ' 1
tion of fuclMci-rro mulatto, or otnc:
tlicporfion of coor. fAct of Conprew,
, -th Fohruarj, 1R03. See. 1, T.
1 i ' .i . ' l-v . . l'lr.: io'it ko
I uoruon b iMri Bi ji.uiuon, 1,,11, ji. 'io.y.j
Can any more conclusive evidence
desired, to prove that the General Gov
ernment did recognize the citizenship
of negroes, in certain cases, than
i , l , e.i t
most solemn ueciarauon oi tne uovcrn-
nient itself? and if not, when and
what act were their rights divested?
AN Amir OF TeaCIIEHS. Accord-I
in-' to theSta'e Commissioner of Schools,
.,..1 1.,., ..r 1 i..l,Pr,
ployed in Ohio in lf.Mi, was seventeen
thousand nine hundred and twenty-
t-jrTlio last of the Democratic poli
ticians of til degrees, who went over
the . . now Iwithnigs in the day ot
mysterious power of that Urder,
eo minor out. The latest news from
California is that ex-Senator Footk
who tried tii tret back to the lT. S. Sen
ate by turning Know Nothing,
gone over tc the Itenioerats; una ty
latest mail from Texas we observe
Gen. llol KloN lias declared that ho
sui.nort M. IW;uianan h administra
tion fo long as tho latter adhered to
principle inundated in his inaugural
This is plainly the opportunity taken
by fsA M wlio lailed to Ijoooiiio 1
dent by tummy: K. N. to slip out
the lessenini' tiles ot the order
passeth away ( 'in. Com.
A Poser for Chief Justice Taney. Marriages.
MARRIED. On the Clh In.t., by
Key. Esip, ilr. Josr rn Cos to Mi Cicilia
On the lllth ull .l.V Rev. J- F.verhsrt,
Hi eH.r Kiimi to t-irsmnaH Ansso
l,u the 1st kit., bv John William tail. ,
J Josrt I's-rm.", to Mi Mist i'. V utuai
A wife full of tiulh, innocence, and
ivc, i.-i the piettiei.t flower that a nun
can wear next his heart.
HILLSBORO, May 20, 1857.
KI.OTJ R furllo r nCvioind, nwlng In tin'
ei in I inipil nil v ii nc In (lii (.'iiii'inimli iiinik"!
Wb now quoin (Hind. 0 by dm wuirou I,, ml,
W 1 1 V. AT Triers tisve fn rtloT ndvmircil, nnil
arr nnw firm nt $1 .'Jfi lor reil, 11 .'l.r for wlillo
"A r.S nro Mill ncnrcs. Moppem ny Ml,-.
COR N ia vrrr eorce mid nricr hive advanc
ed to llOr.
CORN MEAL, In itfurr and In domnnd, nt
HIV from woiir.
HPT It.lt li Mill Ir ulir-r. flood tiring 2(lc.
Olln-r urliHi'n nm 'without rliango.
I'TntirA'bbl, (i UJitK .VVRaMrr.'lt' lb R,'?n
Coriuiioiil, bin nli Keg, doi uSi '
win-t, i nr.ai :tr ny, ion, in no,.! i im
Corn, u(i 1 Cliirkn,loK.l U.hiI SI'
Onl.i, n"' 1 P . Apile, '2 .'ill
I.imt, n all" 0. I'l-iiehpH, 4 00
Wood, cord 2 fOn'J 511, Uncoil IlnuiR It llol'J
Cnttli,c't,nnt Shoulders, tn'l
I oliitoeit, bus 1 Mini S Midi's, aHI
C.rcf n Apples, 7;al (Ml Whtlicniissmull 2'J i!."i
Cluvernecd, I Timothy,
Klour, Lbl Ii .M)n7 Sugar, 11 15
Klour cwt. 3 25a.'l rll N OAtolassra.onl r.W)
Cnrniiital, bus a?.f Salt, Kan . bu s n ir
lunC.ra.n. 1 Ha .Ml Co tie , lb 1 i.i.'Jfl
Macknr.iBbbl a 8 'Jf To a , COal On
Trout, , 7 !0 Batter, n "0
Whl FUli," 8 2 Chrnt, Ih'
t.ard.tt. l. I.akaPallbbl n3 (10
R re, a', Timothy,
Clovtrsred, I Hocklnj Hnlt 3 00
Cincinnati Wholesale Market.
CINCINNATI, Tuesday, May 19.
Carofully corrected every werk, from the
Luteal City Tapers.
Corn, per bu. 7.r.nS(l CheeseAV Itlh. lOlnlQ
Wheat, " 1 5'lal (Ti Mutter Rull, Hi. 2125
tints, " "OnT.i F.!f?s, dox. alO
Klour.bbl. fi 7.n7 Means, bush, al I 5
IloCs, irrosa 6 OOnfi Ml I). Apples.bu 2 7Sa3nt
Lard, lb. Hal 5 I. I'enebes, 3 50i.'t 75
Mbii fork a.'.'l 5(1 II y, ton Imle a2(i 00
Clover .eed, 7u7 25 Apple, bbl 5iiC 00
Timothy " a3 00 Potntoea, bu. 1 30al 75
Tnllow, rend. all Feathers, lb. 4Galrl
flopa, lb. 10nH Wool, co.t'l. bl'.2-n l(l
Reeves, cwt. netSal J 1)0 " extra line, al5
The prlcei herein given, are the wh oleaale
rates. On small lols lo country di-nlera an ad
vaure ol from 3 to 5 perceut ou tlitae rutvi Is
Sucnr, lb. 12ul2'.; Rice, lb. ';:,i'l''
Coffee., Rio, 113,1.1 jSiilt, Kniia. bu. 2ilii2.
NO. Moluascs, ga 70n72 Tobnceo, leaf, H.i'J.5
Tens, lb. 40,,!)-, N,Hs, Ki'E, 3 5n5 75
.MnckerelNol,2Ui3 00 Lenlher.Cin. Sole3Hal'
White Fish, bbl ICoul, fm yd 14nlfi
Cod Fish, lb. 4Sj'n5 Whisky gill. n3()
Riiialnt.M.K. 4 50u 1 75 OrnnRea, hox,4 5fl:it 75
Mrooms, doi. 1 1Su2 50 Cnnilb s, Mould M.ili
Lard Oil, gnl.l Hlal 15 Soup, com lb. 7u8
A e out In lied larpe ndvunce in Flour and Grai n
bus tnken plnro a nco our lunt report. Mens
fork ia uIko 50c higher. Ill otherarticlta there
ia no uiulcrial change.
Ti'Ukainpf i. Kitcliing, of N ".v York, in
their Circular for Jlny, remark ihnl the. Wool
market wue much drpri ss-J dnrii'jr llu inon'h
of April "caused both by the d-proioii ol
woollen fahries nnil the opinion tlutt 1 1 , n new
tariir (whie.li cliMiii','d the duly from 30 to 24
percent, for woollen goods, uiid Iho better
cr. ides of wool nlmve .0 eenls.) will have n
bud effect wiih our iiiunuhVtiir.'-s, ul.o s iv
a'ready that they chiihoI atfurd lo pnv more
ihun liiyt year's clip prices. There hna bern ,o
lit lie do'inp, in fact, thai it is nilliciilt lo useer-
tnin to w hat ex tent the price have decli nod .
Our quo'aiions, w ith thu exception of low for
eign wools, ore, therefore, nominal. Allliou eh
we nan buy some ki litis of fleece and pulled
wool ut five, cf ills per pound less than wc could
two months ago, yet we cm not alter our nle
to that effect us there are wools still in in irlc t
that would lirlnr; the prices within the rau"e
of ou r quotations
The slock of fleece and better kinds of pull
ed wool ia very small, whilo thu lower kinds
ii. ..i ...ni .... : .. k.,i... .......i.. n...i -n i
oipui iru nui bit I u iei irr ou i i, v , a uu Ull l TVU
,..',. . nri,..
I I .... J H . .. . - ,
We have no doubt that buyers will net very
I cautiously with the new clip, us prospects for
buslnefs ure not bo favorable as they were last
Nrw YonK, Mav 9. Sales comprise 95,li00
super to choice, niosilv fleece, at 4'J(tt lie. for
puF(K 6:)(, -c(!c for'guI)er ulld lra
tieeces, t monthr.
, Huston, May !'. There ha been a fair de
mnj for ,omPie fleece and pulled at steady
price. Ihe snles of '.lie week amount to u,
(100 lbs at quoted rales.
c Saxony r leece.
Am. full blood,
Am. i blood,
a m. half blood.
Com. to )i blond,
i . v r.
yt j,t quality,
43 0i 17
37 (ii! 13
New York Cattle Market.
NEW YORK, Wednesday, May 13.
Trice to day were a fultow;
Avenige price, liir.
These price liow a alight decline orcr the
week previous. The supply wa an arorage
one for the season.
Cow and Culve sold at nrice rancliur from
a. t . rr. . I , . r ,ie . - . I,
1J.I IV UU, UCfUliy 1IOIII a tt lit UU.
and Lamb brought from $5 lo 7.2 . Tribune.
n, Pm Tmnuri
by (c, 0f the lloed are often developed In disguai
I ing eruption, ulcer, tumors, acrofulona ore,
boil, and other external atleclion. r or
he (lis'resslng and dangerous compliilnls, Hoi
loway'. Ointment Is IMerully a heullnK balsam
m. It neutralize, the mfmr 'rii, or ee,i.
disease in Ihe exterior ecrenous, ana ei-p-
the infliiniinalion. Nature do.- (ho r, st
The experience of every human bi injr who
ha leb d Ihe ifTieary of the Diiilini'iit in i
ante. Il has never failed. When tin
nal organs are klone ufl'ec ed, as Wl liver con
p'uliit, dyspeps.a, and Irrepuiariues il
bowels, a few dnse of the 1 ill ulloril ccrluin
aud permanent relief.
The Comet is Coming!
Dut ulthough many of the people are greatly
a'arn.ed ubout its upprouch to the Eanh,our
the Tailor, doea tint eeem to uiiticipale much
dvuger from the celi tial riaiter, judging from
I he lurge slock of
BPRINQ AND BUMMER OOOD3,
hehasjust r.celved at his esiubllshmeut
High Street, a few door aoulli of liurrere'
Corner. Ilelsslill prepared, as usual to
out centlumeu with a handsome suit
clothe, of the moat fashionable styles
materiula, either of hi own manufacture
ready-made, a they may prefer.
lie Invite particular atleution to his ue
Sariur Slock, which will b found the largest
he ha aver otl'ored, aud will be aold at price
which he will warrant ' a any la
(1 Cull and s.e,
Msy 7, If 17, . n. j7lf
A il that we have niiovc our nece -situ s
wc should consider ns held by U' '
nature of trustees for the nee 1 of the
really destitute. Few, like tho chmita
bloand distinguished l'r. Ilcberfon, are
'afraid of dying thnmi fully ri' h.'
cr.o, w, mitiuiKi:, dp.mists,
OFriCF. ovr Trimble . Rorkhold's Slorn
at, IlillHhoro, f).
W ork doim on Hie IiiIonI Improved rni'lhoiU,
In tho brnt my la and iirrnnlcd. jn il 3
A Good Tavern Stand for Sale or
c-'V i wi-ii to rv... oi?
ft I', N T the pri'mini'S lormi'rly
ci ciipli'd by m na n Tavern
SiHiid nnd (trocery. Trnns will be nimln very
Invomble. Apply to JOHN DKWITT,
mv'-.'l w I Kahishnrn, O.
CI fill I ho Trncli!
LI IVrsnim, who by fencea or 0llnr H
luri'e, Iihvm ennroiiched upon Ilia lilpley
Bird 1 1 1 1 Uliorn Turnpike liond, ara hereby no
lilii'd lo remove all audi ubilructions, fortli
w it Ii.
The Chniter authorizes (he road lo be open
ed and kept opened, F.IUMTY FF.KT w ide.
A compliniun Willi the requirements of the
luw and tills notice, will save trouble nnd
pense. 'J'llOS.'McC A(i V K ,
'IIIK Summer Session of Kobkbt Wav's
X SiMiNar, fur boys, at Wllmlnirion , will
commeioe on 1st of June, next. Three stu
dents are vet wnnted to complete hi limited
number of tan. !.
May 15, ),",r7. my2I w4ehgww
rianrs, I'lanc Irons, &r.
Jl'ST received from (he "Ohio Tool Compa
ny" a Inrgeas.sorlinent of their best Floues,
which I willaell at their List Prinea:
Double u lid Single Smooth I'lanes;
" ' " Kxtra:
Double and Single JnckFlnnes;
Double and Single Fore I'lnnes;
" " Kxtra:
Doulile had Single Jointers;
Ruining Flniies, assorted alzea;
.Mntcii I loorlng and Ceiling l imes;
Itoarwood and llnxwood Tnuel PluiH i, (Il'dl's ;)
Hollows and Roundr-i
Self-Keen lallng Sush Fhmesj
Knbbit I lnnes, 'lit and I h rust (Hot)
Head Danes, Fillisters;
Slittiugand Marking Ullages;
aw, r ile.C hUel, Urad awl mid Ifniniiier Hand
lea; With all the different kinds of flnnes nnd
Tools usually called for, of the boat qnalily lit
for salo by J. K. MAULAY.
ast Slocl Aiiifis.
f"1AST Pte.l Auger In Ketts, with
Cast Kicel Aupers, in Setts, wilhout Ilnmlles;
" ' octet 1-inner Chls Is.
For suln by J. K. .MART. AY.
;v a b 1 1 a to ii r, jm : i: ,
vSurcensor to Speera & Morgan.)
r- Hi u 3x nun,
m:ai I'lri: ham r i ri icr.it,
(iiain. I. ill, I'orre, and Ale Tumiis,
I DM 1 :i in Miccl,
t ir tin: h iitii M skit Mahkkt Hr.Ai'K,
NOTICE. We. hn o'd to Washington
K"inp"r, l'.H Main Street, our Suction
mil ft I'umi), with Ihe patlerns uud entire
Machinery for inatiiifarltirinir. ll iviuir man
ufactured uud sold this I'linip for lit teen yearn,
we can cnutideully (upon relirin from huni
ueKKj recoinuii'iiu it us Mi per ur to any wiiliin
our knowledge. We thereloie, Bay lo our nu-
inrroun fi ieluls who uunt good i'uii'ps, give
M r. Kemper u call. S. &. II. EL'STIrj
iny-.'l in G
IY virtue of three exi cutiona to me diicc-
I ) led, from the Court of Common I'leus
II ifxlilu lis) County , Ohio, one in favor of liar
croft. Heaver So Co., ucainut Tcomaa Dollar
hide, nnil Articled Hrady, uud one in lavor
Daniel l'avey ii;ainKt I lioinus Dollurhide, and
one in favor of Jacob Creamer iiiniinnt Thomas
Dol.arhide, I will offer fur le in Ilillsboro,
V'lii'sl:iy , J ii ii; ii, lfi.17 ,
between the hours of 1(1 o'clock A. M . and
o'clock 1. IW. ot tuid day, thu follow iiiy prop
'JO bead of Hags, 7 Horses, 120 head
Sheep, head ol Cattle, ii Voko of Work
Cuttle, one four-horse Wagon, one Ox-Wagon,
one two-horse Carriage, levied upon us tho
properly of Thulium Dollurliido, to natiKly suid
Terms cash i u hu nd, and the pule will pos
tively lake pluce.
mvlta J. II. MULLENIX, S. II. Co.
Garden Trowels, Jte.,
. k. marlay.
rAril.llliU 11,11 lt littl I
JiimI received nnil for mle I v
J. K. X. ATI. A
M I"S' Shovels and Spade;
l'ulidhril Steel Hues, 11 11 I'll IcU ;
Steel Toy Hoes, Mundleil;
I'lallter"' r.llislll'd Siticl do,
Kh'phaiil Steel Hoe;
Iron uud Wood Rakes;
Spading I' orks
For sale by
LON; handle Shovels and Spades,
Steel l'ork,2, 3 und 4, Long,
Trace Chains, strait and
Halter Cliuins, w ith Snap
Wood Root llames, Red and Bl'k Tops,
Stsaui Rent do.
Wood llames, Iron Straps.
Drawing Knives, ull mad
Castings for Grind Stone.
Chisels, Augers, Saw,
Slrap Hinges, Steel Plow Wings,
G rubbing Hoes, I'ii'ks,
Just received by
W noilt-n Howls, Allspice,
N11 1 (;, Gin-jer,
SpireBofull kinds, tigs
J . K. M A U LA
For sale ot
JOHN DIJ V A LL
, V, '' c iV. Vi7i;,l
hrhtdouble refined Steel, will, and
J out Hprings.
For sale by
AdminMralor's Sale of ICcal IMaW
ON Hie -JO l U Day ol June, I
al one o'clock in tho ulieruuuii , in
Tow not Leiaburg, oil the piiniisis, will
sold lo Ihe bighent bidili.r, lb" falluwin
entitle, ns the property ol John II. Johnson,
il.ic'd , to-wit: In Lol No. (1 1 ) eleven, in
Town, subject to the dower of the widow.
There Is tt good frame dwelling house,
other convenient fixtures, 011 the proiiii"
Appruisod al fulir hundred und eiglity Uollaia,
uhj. et to suid ilower.
Terms ol Salo Oue-third III nuu,
Ihird tn six, aud one lbird in twelve mouths,
with inler.kt Iruui duy of sale on the deferred
payments, the purchaser giving security
mortgage, or personal secusily uu the deterred
payiueuia.aa required by aiid Administrator.
1 3 ' ' JOHN HENLEY,
tny2lw"i Adin'r of J. H. Johnson, dec.'d.
CI LASi of any ie or shupe fur Show
duws, Show Cunes, Dours, Window
F fames, cut or furnished ob the shortest
by JAM LS 1IROWN, Ag.ut,
,nyH I or Joiirn Kisi.c.
CLOTiiiraa and nr:cE oocr:-;,
I! F. imw remlv fwr einiiiliiailon. We hnva
i taken n ore Hem iimml rnra in S"lerlliirf
nnd imhiiuI .cliiriMj- our elock, and think we
can kii v i'li p-rlei t eniifi lenee that our etylea
un, I woik e re,ily beli-r tlinii can be found
nl nnv other lion.e. Wa lion.slly think so,
1 ""i" Ifiiaranl. e every nriirle lo be hoiiently
wonh thH amoiiiit paid. Our price are filed
and marked upon every article No Clerk If
allowed tn null any more, or lake any lesa than
the marked prire. We keep ihe best gordsand
sell nt modeme profit. We do not claim to
sell goods al rost, except they have been kept
over; these we nro wllllur; te, in order to clear
out sleek; hut wo do rli.mi lo sell good at
inoderalo prle, a. W, have bnilt op li.rge and
respectable I rude u pon ihnt alone, and Intend
lokeep our nameal the bend of il,, lint or MUKHT
in tbn attempt. Yon will find ns on Fourth
at reel. No. 10, next door to Shi III to 4. Co. Faat
ol Mr :n . ( In, 'iinnli anlO
v- wi'u.u.ifi: Ac co.
(J real Indne(ki:u'i2lsl
Fall is ( heap fash Corner Store;.
WOODItOW, HARRIS & CO.,
A. i" ' '
HitU mill t ups,
ICoolai iiikI Shorn,
HARDWARE AMD GROCERIES.
Our a lock i inbriiii'a nil tin- i,e"est t bs of
Fashionable Dress. Goods,
FOR TIIK SEASON.
Bonnets and Ribbons,
Black nnd Colored KID GLOVES. In .hort
we have overv kind of Women's, Miase' audi
CliUdreii'a 'tloves, Mitts and Hosiery.
170iir Stock of
CLOTHS AND CASSIMEHE3
Is largo and complelo.
J.TTI10 highest market price, in cah, paid for
Whent, Corn & Oats.
Tor which the highest market price in cah or
goods will bo paid.
Wo invite our friends and the public, to call
and e XHinlne our stock belore purchasing.
WOODItOW, HAKItlS A CO.
Ilillsboro, May 14, 1857. mylltf
Ho! Farmers and Gardeners!!
I ) It KSL'.MIMj dial you have subscribed for
J. your county paper, us every good citizen,
TIIK PriUNC IS AT HAND,
And the farm work cciiniujj en, j;ou will need
tho farmer's own paper,
THE OHIO CULTIVATOR,
And you cannot afford to do without it. St
pug. s, . .ice every month, and alwsy up to
Only One Do! hi r n Year.
Three copie for $'J. Send far it right olj.
ri. U. HAKltlS, fcuitor,
niy'4 Columbu, O.
THE L0G WIMEIl EADEDl
AKiiin in the Field!
HAVINU REMOVED to our new Store
Room, one door Snuth of Ihe old stand
(Johnson's Corner,) and purchased au entire
fit new Slock of
spring and Summer Goods!
We Hiiain invite our old cuslnniera and the
i'"l,liu B-e'i'y "-aii. o.ir stock
,,.., v,i,,v m N. and t'ashii.na-
hle DltDSS GO DS I'OU LADIES, Includ
iiit Silk, llur.'L'is, HrilliuulH, Lawns, Urge,
white nnd fancy color, Jaconet Rolie, jilain,
uud fancy, ttnuni la, Ribbon, Shuwls, (jing-
Al.so A fine stork of LADIES' AND'
CHILDREN'S S1MES, ol everv variety.
Our sunk .1 GOODS Ki )k GENTLEV
MEN'S V EAR will Iik found lurge end welll
aesurli'd .iiieluiling CI 111 lis, Ct ssimere, Tweeila
Ji'uns, 11 greul v.u ie y ol goods for Bdsscu
Wkak, II lis, Caps, Hi.otB, Shoes, &c.
In i.diiili in lo llie uhove we have one of tile,
largi'si uud finest tloel.s of
e:iitn 11 tile i'lothing!
Y. "yrr brought tu Mil market, ol llie laiesi iy lea-
u il prieea, to wlueli we niviie liiu aueuiion
,1' linme wanting bargains.
A iho A due sleek i f T as, Spines, and
..Hi. r Gioe. ri- s. EENNER &. BA1RD.
HilUhoio, .May 7, lt-57. my7
Door Lurks and Litrhesl
J I ORIZONTAL Lock, Dark Tritiimlug,
I 1 Ir,,,,, It: In A in.
e. Kjiii TuuMvti lurceiu Kob. i to,
.1. j -.
i " I'lntedj
ll I'prlght Lock,, white Knobs, No. 1 1 , 13 and 14
wil 1 h M'i1(.ru, .. u. 7 ., 1 1 , 12, 14.
I! im I,i,i ks, Lever
J.....-F;ccd I-.tcl.c.IPoro..ud M.na.KnoD.;
Cupb'd I. cck Luti'hes,
Miiural Kliobed Drop Lstchesj
rill " ana llia'U uron lxi
Gipsy Locks, Mlnerul Knobs)
Nitfht Lock Hud Deud Locksj
With a great vuiiely ol Chest, Till, Cup
bourd, Trunk und Rax Locks, of Irou and Uras
l,,'i received and for sale bv
B,,:tfl J. K. MARLAY".
l'rrsh l'a iiilly Crorerlfs,
NO. SUGAR, i'riine Rio Corto,,
Old Government Java Cvilae,.
Imperial, Y. II., uud Black Tea;
Pound Lump, 5 l'lug und l'lug TobaocO.
N. O. MoliiM.es. Rice, Soda, Suloratusj
Suup, Indigo, Slnrch, Chocolute;
(i,.,.l sjiu rl'ull. .iv fuudles.
Ground l'epper, Spice, Cluuumou,Clov,Gln
All fresh and prime. ,..
Fur sule by J.K. MARLAY.
I500TS AUD SHOES.
. A LARGE STOCK, euilaMo for tt
I 'l ara.on, of the Fustern and ,J uw?
' V Manufacture. Received ""d ou l''i(J,
all warrauled. I- VANrfcHi