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.T Noti'-R. This "Prr i'"'
jvm fivry liV'7".(y Afternoon, so in
to If $rnt to CinM hiimrritirrn ' fic
mails of Thursday Morning. Advertise
ments ami ('tonmunteolwn thoulel M
7,h Wednesday Murium to xn.vtre
their insertion the same veek.
Two nctivo, intelligent Hoys,
14 to 17 years of no, wanted 03
prentices at tins office.
The Annual Fair
Of 1 1m Airriniill.iiral Society of tliin
COOnty will bo licld on Turning, Wcdnes
Aim an ,1 Thursdav. October Ctli, 7th
and 8tli. Wo will pulliHli tho Premium
Liflt and Regulations next week.
Tun Republican Senatorial Con
vention for this district, composed of
Ilotw and Highland counties, will meet
in GrecnGcld to-day, (Thursday.) Tho
only candidates wo havo heard spoken
of for Senator, arc Dr. Carey Trimhlo,
and Seneca "Vt. Ely, Kuq., both of Chil
licothc. rrWo understand that Gov. CiiARK
and Hon. Sam. Galloway arc expected
to address tho people at GrcctiGold
The Concert This Evening.
Ve hope our citizens will not forget
that the first Anniversary Concert of the
Hillriboro Saxc-IIorn Rand takes place
Ihi Keening at the Court House. The
young gentlemen composing this Rand
havo manifested a degree of public
spirit, and an ambition to excel as mu
sicians, which entitle them to tho thanks
and generous patronage of tho commu
nity. Let them have to-night not only
your smiles of kind approval for their
praiseworthy efforts, but also a liberal
quantity of nioro substantial tokens
of your favor.
Hillsboro Wheat Market.
been very favorablo to tho farmers,
gotting their Wheat to market, and
daily receipts at this point havo boon
quite large. Messrs. Woodrow & Har
ris have been receiving Wheat at their
new brick warehouse, on Main street,
Vast of High, where they have fitted
Elevators for raising the grain to
upper floors. S. E. Ilibbeu & Co.,
also buying Wheat thia season. Their
warehouse is at the depot, and
popular friend, James Recce, is their
Agent. Some ten or twelve houses
allaro now engaged in buying Wheat
nnd other Grain for cash, and the indi
cations arc that tho receipts of Wheat
in Uillsboro this season will exceed
those of any former year by 25 to 33
Our market tables, which arc caro
fully corrected every week, ehow
the prices paid for Grain by our deal
ers aro fully equal to those of tho Cin
cinnati market, deducting tho expense
of freight, &c.
Educational Celebration at New
Wo understand from several of
citizens who wore present, that the Cel
ebration and Basket Meeting, at New
Petersburg on Saturday last, was a very
pleasant affair, and was participated
by somo hundreds of tho people of
t orrounding country.
Tho Address of tho Hon. Horace
Mann is spoken of as an excellent,
practical, common-senso production,
full of valuable thoughts and sugges
tions to parents, teachers and all oth
ers who are interested in the cause-
that tho Institute
which commenced its sesssions at Green
field last week, is well attended',
promises to bo of great benefit to thoso
who Ete availing themselves of its
Teachers aro present from
R.0S9, Clinton, Adams, Fayette
Highland counties, but wo regret to learn
that many Teachers of this county
neglect the opportunities of improve
ment which theso meetings hold out
them. We cannot understand how
conscientious Teacher can consistently
rtf iso his co-operation and influenco
f ivor of all cnorts designed to elevate
the standard of the profession to which
ho belongs. There is good reason
i'oar that Teachers who aro always
opposed, or indifferent to such under
takings, aro sadly deficient in qualifica
tions for their high and rcsponsiblo call
The New Fire Engine.
For this place, is expected to arrive
from Philadelphia in tho course of
week or two. Tho Citizen says:
A letter dated July 30th, from a gentleman
in Philadelphia, who has
acting in behalf of tho Town Council
in tho procuring of tho Engine, writes
as follows to tho committee appointed
to attend to tno manor: "lho upparat
us.was tried last Saturday afternoon,
proved itself another feather in tho
1 n 1.1-1 11 ! 1' ...
01 a l miaueipiiiu iiiecnaiiio. ciiio
neat and substantial played a
stream of 1G9 feet strong body of
ter. On Monday, 27th inst., tho
to have vjon placed in tho painter's
hands, and it will bo at least two weeks
beforo ho gets through with her. Your
Engino played further and a larger vol
ume of water than an cngiuo by its side,
built for Pottsvillc, Pa., at an expense
will bo remembered that our En
to cont but t'M), delivered.
Republican Central Committee.
In tho fport of tho proceedings of
tho 'i'jiMic:ia County Convention,
Tdil.liKlin.r'lnst wek. tho following rcsn-
lution wnl inndvertently omitted:
Resolved, That the Republican Central Com
mitten of ,11 ighland county, appointed Inst
year, lie hnii-hy continued, with the following
.,l.liil,,.,llr. Enos Holmes. V. C. Winter,
lnnn VsnnMt. James Itecce, Samuel McK-w,
Dr. D. NciMn. David M. Uarrett, and Uonj
Tho Central Committee, with the
nlmim ,1,1 i t ion . 1st com noacd of tho
Dr. Jno. M. Johnston, Jim. 8. Murphy,
Col. Win. Keys,
J. K. Marlay,
J. II. Mullcnix,
Dr. C. C. Rum,
J. L. lioardmnn,
Jno. C. Work,
G. F Slovens,
Win. O. Collins,
W. W. A. Reynolds,
Dr. Enoi Holriio",
Jno. M. Ilarrere,
W. D. Ilnggins,
C'npt. J'. Elliott,
Jno. M. Smith,
W. C. Winter,
Dr. D. Noble,
lli-nj. Co nurd.
"Uncle Ren." Our farmer readers
will find a very interesting articlo from
"Uncle Ren" in the "Farmer's Depart
ment" of this week's paper.
For the News.
Mil. EniTon: On looking over the
Editorial of the American Citizen of
Saturday, t lie linn, I see that thcro Has
at least been some advances mado on
the part ol some Americans and some
Republicans, to shake off strict party
shackles and take the liberty (if it is not
their privilege) to select certain men
proper persons to fill tho ofliccs for our
county. And for this very grave of
fence tho Editor of tho Citizen works
himself into a perfect rage of abuse
against some of his party friends. This
may all be in accordance with bis views
of our Republican form of government,
and I will not sav he has not a right to
hold such views; but wo may at least
express our disapprobation ol them,
(and not endanger the, I nion).
We havo been taught to believo that
it was the privilege of every freo white
male citizen of twenty-one years of age,
(ot sound mind and memory) to select
tho candidate that he chooses to support
for any office, without being called up
on to give an account for his act. But
it may be that the Editor has, from
close observation of Constitutional ques
tions, (as he highly approves the late
decisions of the higher Courts,) found
out that the right to select candidates
office, nnd also to vote for them, belongs
to a njifi'H? clum, such as Editors of
County papers and Presidents and Vice-
1 residents of Councils, Caucuses
Now this may be the case, and if
I would like to bo informed about the
matter, for "Young America" ought
be informed on this vital question.
As for thcJ-'oAZ ijiV,"Jthat have borne the
burden and heat of tho day, in raising
up this great Nation and our own great
State of Ohio, it matters not so much
about them, as they havo lived out their
day, and don t understand the spirit ot
our Government. Rut "Young Amer
ica" should be trained to think and
"constihitionalu. and lor lear ot beins;
left in ignorance and our Union being
lissolvcd, will you not instruct us
the privilege of selecting candidates,
and it there is any new iiirnt irotn ttie
late decisions let us have it. Or must
we still stick to tho "old Jogies, such
Jefferson, -Madison, Marshall,
Wasiunhton. and tho balance of
"oll fogiis" that formed our Constitu
tion? Wo used to think they were or
thodox, but our faith is a little shaken
by the thunder of tho worthy Editor,
and unless we can get some new light
we will have to hold on, though
faith does falter.
It may be, if you would invito
hditor ot the Citizen, lie will givo
sonic instructions on this important and
very vital question that is, "May
vote for tho candidates that wo think
ought to support for office, or must
submit to the dictation of County Edi
tors, Presidents and Vice Presidents
Councils, Caucuses, or State Conven
ONE OF THE PEOPLE.
Reign of Terror Resumed.
Tho reign of terror is being revived
Kansas. Persecution and prosecution
have been renewed. Tho more promi
nent of tho Freo Stato men aro to
subdued or crushed by tyranny and op
pression. It is said that nearly two hundred
indictments havo been returned by
Grand Jury, at Lecbmpton, and that
ones, which, it was understood, were dis
missed, had been revived. A number
of Freo Stato men have been arrested.
Go". Robinson was to have his trial
the 18th, on the old bogus charge, under
which ho was imprisoned, for several
months, last year.
Latest News from Kansas.
Democrat, of Tuesday,
learns from Gko. W. Collamf.r, Esq.,
of Lawrence, that Gov. Robinson's
trial had resulted in his acquittal, not
withstanding the charge of Judge Cato
to tho Jury to find him guilty. Herein
is another fau.v uts of Gov. Walker
Latest News from Kansas. Terrible Disaster-Explosion of a
About five o'clock yesterday after
noon a tw-riblo explosion occurred
Dupont's l'owdor Mills, on tho Prandy
wine, shattering tho building to atoms,
and killing Mr. Rupont, tho proprietor,
Antony Dougherty and Edward J hirst,
and mortally wounding Louis Vacho.
Two others were injured, but not fatally.
Chicaoo, Aug. 22. A terriblo hur
ricane passed over Woodland, Wiscon
sin, lastevoning, destroying every house
in tho place. Mr. Fox, station agent,
was run over and instantly killed in en
deavoring to stop somo freight cars
which tho wind had act in motion. The
telegraphic lines aro all prostrated and
the railroad track considerably dam-
Hates of Tnxation for tho Year 1357, in tho Several Tov. rrhlpn, Towns, &c, in Highland County.
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MOURYTOWN on THURSDAY, the
in LF.ESBI'RO on MONDAY, 2ith,
Treasurer Highland County.
HILLSBORO, Aug. 26, 1857.
WHEAT In cnernnce of large receipU.i
and the continued Berlins in Cincinnati, prirei
here hnve further tlven way, and we now quote
75nHn0 for Red, iliM'l.'ic for White. Koine ex
tra Wliiln .old to-lay at $1.0!).
BUTTF.R la v.y ecarce and good readily
FLOUR New hail declined to $5.50 per bbl
at retail. Old $GJ)'.
CATTLE are more plenty, nod pricei are
lower. We quote $j.5UaG.50 per Cwt. net, ae
t lie range.
Flour. mbl. 5 00
Comment, bua a75
(lay, new, ati 00
Chickene.doz.l S5ul 5(
Bacon llama lb
Lard.tb 13a 1 4
Wood, cord 2 0fc2 50
Cnttle,cwt,net5 50iiG 50
I'otatooa. bus 'i-'
f!reen Apples, 30a4OVhtl!eanssmull
Wool, com. to ran uiooa,
Flour.bbl 5 SCuti 00 Sugar, lb Mal5
Flour cwt. a3 00 N OMolaeaes.gnl e'JO
Cornmeal.bus 0M dO Sult, Kan. bus a4l
1 8a '.'0 Coffee,
lb 1 5h20
H 50, Ten,
7 50 Hulter,
Wht Flail, '
o UU Cheese,
K!Lr.keSaltbbl a3 UQ
I HoclMng Salt 2U0
Cincinnati Wholesale Market.
CINCINNATI, Tuesday, Aug 25.
Carefully corrected every week, from the
l.nlesl liiv t npers.
Corn, per bu. (i.'taG'i Cheese. W Ul!. PnlO
Wheat, ' SOtil 10 Butler Roll, lb. I5iil7
Oats, new" nMtl Eggs, doz. hIO
Flour, bhl. 5 Minn i-'.l Helms, lunn, 2a'J i.'.ri
Hogs, gross G OOafi G5 D. Apples, bu 3 (I0n:l 50
Lnrcl.lb. lH.InlS D. IVaclies, 3 503 75
Mess rork 21 5Ua2.i Hnv, ton halo 15ul8 00
Clover Seed, Apples, bbl. Inl 50
Timothy " Fotatoes, new, 50uG0
Tallow, rend. 10al0', Feathers, lb. nlG
Hops, lb. 12ai:l Wool, co.f'l.bl'. 30.il:)
Beeves, cwt.net 7 003 " extra fine, u5U
The prices herein given, are the wholesale
rntes. On small lota to country dealers nn ad
vance ol from 3 to 5 percent ou these fates is
Sitirar, lb. 11Ku12!. Rico, lb. af.
Coll'ee, Rio, 1 la 1 1 3-, Salt, Knnn. bu. n25
NO. Molasses, ga 60ur,5 Tobacco, leaf, 9u25
Teas, lb. 40J5 Nails, Keg, .'I 5u5 75
MnckerelNol,2ta25 00 I.eather,Ciii.Sole34a:it;
White Fish, bM 12 50 CnHl, fm yd l-'al..
Cod Fish, lb. 4H5jVhlsky gal. a2.)
Raisins, M.R. 4 75a5 00 Oranges, box, aG 00
Brooms, d.. I 15a2 50 Candles, Mould 1 lal
Lard Oil, gal, I lUul 15 Soap, coin lb. Tub
A further decline in Wheat, Flour, Corn
and Oals, will be noticed. Mnlafxus in also
lower, with symptoms of anxinly to sell on
the part of holders. Sales have been mude at
GOc, though the general range of prices, is
higher. Provisions continue linn, a small ad
vance in some articles.
Heavy Receipts of Grain.
The Cincinnati Commercial of Monday last
Flour further declined to-day nnd closed
heavy with no buyers of superfine at over $"
and of extra at anything over 5.25. The re
ceipts of Wheat during the week wero 120,000
bushels which is a fair beginning for the year's
receipts of grain. It is probable there will be
six million bushels of wheat received here the
present season. The grain crop of Ohio this
year Is estimated at 3I"0,()00,OIIO bushels, and
of Illinois 2r!l,00H,0()9 bushels. Willi such
imineiiHs quantities of breadstuff us these
is the greatest folly to look for high prices.
Wheat declined 10c per bushel, Coru 2c, Rye
is dull at 70c and Barley la nominal at $1 for
Niw York, August 24. P. M. Flour dull
and lower; sales reported at $G.35 for super
fine Western, and f;G.45aG.!)0 for extra do., clos
ing very heavy. Wheat heavy, and new has
declined 2a5c nolh Inn- doing in old; sales af
3,000 bush, fair white atJIXO; 20,000 bush.
Southern at 1 .;".(! 1.51 for lied, and $1.70al.75
for White, the latter prica for a'very prime
sample. Corn In fulr demand; sales of 60,009
bush. Western mixed at K1a5e, closing firm.
Pork unchanged, at $ .'5.2.a2G.OO for mess.
Niw Ori.ians, Aup. 24, P. M. Flour de
clining, sales at t .b7 1 ,'nfi. Red and Mixed
Wheat.il. Mixed Corn 80c. Oats dull at
43c. Pork buoyant at 'J5.50.
Men in Old Times.
MontiN Dxr.KNKRAcr. Modern luxury Is
not favoruble lo leng life. In the patriarchal
era, if translators of the scriptures are correct
in their interpretations of the Mosaic meas
urement of time, au ancient Hebrew was quite
a youth at the age of a century or so, and
could scarcely be considered settled lor life be
fore ha had reached his second centennial epoc h.
Now, however, a man Is venerable at fifty, and
abhough Old Parr saw his I5!)lh birthday, and
the census occasionally brings a centenarian
to light, seventy is usuully tlieexlreme limit of
human existence. The fact is, we moderns eat
too much, drink too much, nnd work too little.
We spoil our stomachs with over indulgence,
and the result in impure blood, vitiated secre
tions, a disordered system, and pruinature de
cay. The root of half the fatal diseases of the
raco Is dyspepsia, a complaint unknown, it is
presumed, in tLo days of Moses and the proph
ets, when turtle soup, lerrupiu stew, rich pale's
and champagne were uninvented. As these,
and hundreds of other iiidigestibles, however,
(or in an Indispensable portion of the carte ol
the nineteenth ceutury, and human nature or
rather artihYlul appetite will invoke dyspepsia
with all its kindred horrors, one of the great
objects of medical science should be to provide
a cure for them. This we really think has
buen accomplished by Holloway. His Pills
arem almost to reulie the fuble of the Elixir
Vitm, There can be no doubt, (unless we
choose to reject a mass of testimony which
would be deemed conclusive by any court and
jury iu Christendom,) that they are the most
poleiU and unlading rumedy the world has ever
ssen for ludigesliuu, und all disorders of the
stomach, tiie liver and the bowels. We do not
advise our renders to tempt an attack of these
maladies by neglecting the conditions of health,
but If the misciiitif is done, we most eurnnstl y
recommend this fumuiis laxative and stomachic
tor ttrunge to say, the Pills coir.bine the two
qualities as the speediest, the safest, and the
most Infallible means if cure. In so doing
na simply act upon our own convictions,
founded on personal observation, as well as
on vvlumea upsn volumes of unimpeachable
l ouchriu. Button "J'ruuilir."
The Ocean Telegraph.
Sr. Johns, N. P., Aug. 22, P. M .
Tho weather is pleasant with light west
The submarine telegraph fleet is con
fidently expected to arrivo at Trinity
Ray, as early as Tuesday next, if the
undertaking proves sUccesslul.
llfflt.l.owAT's Tim and Ointhkht. Delicet
females who are harrassed and debilitated by
complaints peculiar to their organization, are
uuilornilv relieved by Holloway'a PHI. For
hysteria, spasms, hot flushes, sick hetdachs.
pains in the back and loins, they are a safe and
reliable remedy, while the healing and cooling
effect of thia balsamic Ointment upon bums,
scalds, running sores, Irritations of the skin,
nrnfnlnus u cers. fa t rheum, ervsinelas, ano
oltetterual Inflammation, Is a miracle in surge
ry. Purchasers, before using these remedies,
Bre cautioned to look for the Yuler-mark, which
ennenrs ill every leaf of the irenulno book of
directions. If the words 'Holloway, Ne
York and London, are not visible In the paper,
the medicines are counterfeits.
"The Comet is Coming!"
But although many of the people are greatly
alarmed about its approach to the Earth, our
o. xv. ii on,
the Tui lor, does uol seem to antlcipato much
danger from the celeiliul visiter, judeji ng from
the large slock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
he has just received at his establishment ou
High Street, a few doors south of Barrero's
Corner. He Is slill prepared, as usual to fit
out ceutlemeii with a handsome suit ot
clothes, of the most fashionable styles am
materials, either of his own manulacture or
ready-made, as they may prefei.
lie i nvitcs particular attention to ins new
Spring. Stock, which will be found the largest
he has ever Mlerecl, and will lie sold at prices
which lie will warrant as low as any in the
il y'Cnll and sse.
May 7, 157. my7tf
Hou-oway's Pii.i.s. Bilious headnr.he, and
all atlecliniis of the system which result from
an insufficient or Immoderate tlow of bile, are at
onco relieved by the operation of Holloway'a
Pills. Dyspepsia and liver disease are insepar
able, for the stomach and the liver always sym
pathise , and es this great medicine acts power
fully upon both these important organs, it per
forms the work of cure with a precision, rapid
ity, and thoroughness which have no parallel
in the records of medical practice-. The Pills
may be relied upon with the utmost confidence
in canes of diarrhiL-a, dynentnry, cholera mor
bus, spasms of the stomach, cholera Infantum,
and all other disorders nd.ctuig the digestive
organs and the b wels.
lYew Corner Store
Patterson, Van Yinklo & Co.
Buyers will find at the above establishment,
one of the largest and best-selected stocks of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
ever brought to this market. Our new, spa
cious, and conveniently arranged storeroom,
(tho handsomest In town,) enables us to show
goods to the best advantige, and with comfort
to our customers. We invite all, especially
the Ladies, to cull and sea our superior ar
rangements for supplying their wants in our
Hue of trade. Goods and prices warranted lo
1TA lurgo etock'of Grocerlys, Curriage and
Saddlery Hardware and Trimmings, Hoots and
Shoes, Ha Island Cups, 4tc, always on hand.
PATTF.RSON, VANWINKLK A. CO.
July 15, 18."7. jylO
The Great English Remedy.
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
CELEBK.VTCD FE.1MLE TILLS.
PROTECTED " ' ' LETTERS
BY ROTAL yp-u j'"S? PATENT.
Prepared from a prescription of Sir J. Clarke,
AI. D., Vhysician Extraordinary to tht
This invaluable medicine Is unfailing In the
cure of all those painful and dangerous d
eases to which the female constitution Is sub
ject. It moderates all excess and removes all
obstructions, and a speedy cure may be relied
TO ITIAKUir.D L ADICS
it Is peculiarly suited. It will in a short time
bring on the monthly periods with regularity.
Each 'bottle, price One Dollur, beura the
Government Stamp of Great Britain, to pre
These Pills should nut betaken by females dur
ing the FIRST TIlllEE MONTHS of Preg
nancy, as they are sure to brin j on Miscarriage,
but at any other time they art sofa.
In all cases of Nervous und Spinal Aflac
tions, Puin in the back and Limbs, Fatigue ou
slight exertion, 'Palpitation of the Heart, Hys
terics, and Whites, these Pills w ill etloct a cure
w hen all other means have failed, and although
a powerful remedy, do not contain iron, rulo
mel, antimony, or anything hurtful to tho
Full directions accompany each package.
Sole Agent for the United StaUa and Canada,
JOB MOSE3. (Late 1 .C. Baldwin fcCo.
Rochester, New York.
N. D. Jl.OO and 6 postage stamps enclosed
to any authorized Agent, will insure a bottle
of the lills by return mail.
Foraalaby JAMES BROWN , Ag't,
M. IS. Orr,
r"-" npuppr.TPfll.I.V nnoiineea In Die
Vt. Ladles and Gentlemen of Uillsboro and
vicinity, that he has lately taken the store
formerly occupied by t.vsns v. l'atierson, on
Iliuh St. a fi w ilonri S. of the ll'oorrnu House,
where he has now on hand a fine stock of
Lnillcs9 Dross Goods.
such as iloiiiiets, lubbonn, Mowers, I.arrs,
Collars, Dress Trimmings, Gloves, Hosiery,
Shoes, and In short every article of a lady's
Also An assortment of
Goods for Gentlemen's Wear,
comprising Collors, .Shirts, li osiery, Hundker
chiels, G oves, &o.
In connection with the above Mils. OIUl
will carry ou the business of
ii i m.i m: n v hi a ft tim m 4ur.it
in all its various brauches, and iu the most
fashionable style .
The Ladies are respectfully Invited to call
und examine our elegant slock now on band.
II. H. OKU.
Hillshoro, July I3J857. jylfimS
American Central Railroad Line.
JIA Itir.TTA AND CINCINNATI
and after Monday July G, l?.7, three
trains a day will leave Cincinnati for the
Last as follows:
Cincinnati, 5: 1 "' A. M
.3;.VI P. M.
r-.:io p. M.
Creentield, h:l5 " i.'ii
Cl illicotlie, 9:05 ' H::i()
II:imden, 10:15 9:til
aleiiki 10:10 " 10:30
Marietta. 2:1". V. M.
1'ai kersliu rg 4: M "
Baltimore, H.-TtO A. M.
New York, f. 00 P. M.
10:." H "
1:21 A. M.
9:30 l. M.
4:30 A. M.
Marietta, COO A. M,
10.30 A. M.
A lln ns, U.20 "
1.42 P. M
Zaleskl, 10.15 "
Chifthe (12:15 P. M.
Chil'lhe --35 P. M.
Greenfield, 1 :3.'l "
Trains will leave Hillaboro nt 7:30 A. M.
and 1.45 P. M.. conneclill" at Manchester with
J 1 .'I 1 . 1 . , .wii no, U1IJ ........
nugh Trains, arriving at Cincinnati ut 10.45
M. und 8.50 P. M.
GEO. BARNES, Sup't.
Cincinnati, July 4, 1S57. jylb'
TO UILLSBORO MEM HAMS.
5 m OTIIF.ICS liUVIKO Tli X.
TIIE subscribers having un.nuol faeilitirs
for buying Teas Iroin first iianih, are prepar
ed to ael to Merch, nts at Ntw York prices,
adding cosi of transportation.
li. U. fculislnction guaranteed in nil cases
MOOKE Sl CHES I EK,
S. E. Corner of 5tli and Wuluut sis., Cin.
Jay Giddinss' Estate.
NOTIO E is hereby given that the subscri
bers have been duly appointed and quali
fied as Administrators on the Estate of Jay
Giddings, lute of Highland County, deceased,
this Bill day of August, 10.
A. C. LANG,
Fresh Family Grorerles.
NO. SUGAR, Prime Rio Cotton.
Old Government Java Coffee.
Imperial, Y. II., and Black Tea;
Pound Lump, 5 Plug and 8 Plug Tobacco.
N. O. llolusses. Uico, Soda, Saleratus;
Soap, Indigo, Starch, Chocolute;
Opal, Star and Tallow Candies,
Grou nd Feppur, Spico, Cinnamon, Cloves, Cin
All Iresh and primo.
For sale by J. K. MARLAY.
Door Locks and Lntrhcs!
TTORIZONTAL Locks. Dark Trimmings,
from I 'i to 3 iu.
Rim Locks. Tumbler, Porcelain Knobs, IS to
Rim Locks. Lever
1 1 '
Unriidit Locks.whiteKnobs.No.il, 1.1 and 14
" mineral " No. 7,9, 1 1, 12, 14,
Janus-Fced Latches, Pore, and Miu'al knobs;
Cupb'd Lock Latches, "
Mineral Kuubcd Drop Latches;
Iron " " and Tliu'b Drop La'es;
Gipsy Locks, Mineral hnubs;
Night Locks and Dead Locks;
With a preat variety of Chest, Till, Cup
board. Trunk and Box Locks, of Iron und Brass.
Just received and for salo by
np30 J K. MARLAY
3NTXJ-W V -"-
Jllllincry & Fancy Store! !' :t
-:d RlKS.CtCKXER & RIUEIl i: -4
-n Respectfully announce lo the '
J Ladies of Uillsboro und vicin- ' '
' tlily, that tl ey hnve opened a y 1
A MUUnrru and Fancy Store in '
j Hie Room lately occupied
. IMr. Howies Hookslore, oil )
4 Hith St., S. of W'ooilroie House,
wlitT. lliev have now oil bund
Head Dresses, (;
Drees Trim- "
mines, ; :
Caps, Embroide- i
rles, &o. I-'
A fine aspnrtinenl of I
LuU''niil hlMrcnti' ;
Tile Ladies are invited to cull
and exainiue our goods and!
Uillsboro, June, '57. j u 1 1 in f,
, j j . t W -!- 1." J - "-'y
.4- U fc' 4-' ' V -4s w't
k AJ A
f I MI V, new ami hoi.ii tif n I hui Minj for t!
be ocruniedlil tli h nil
sml ronlieiie, I.I week.
Tuition In the l're;,nratory Ipnrtment f 10 pep
French, Mnnle, Painting, eVc, extra. Tuition t r
f """"" -per ee.sion, ,rm wnifii ine
infr, iiirltiiiing wnMiniir, 1. III! per week.
I or full iiilurrnnlion shr.nl bonnliug hens regnlalinna, terms, Ac, e th t,ni 0at d
which niny be bad ut the bookstores In HilUlu.nv. , I, ,,,,!,, -,l I., l .,.1..
July V, IH.,7. jy!m:i)
' I 1AM. this method of retu nil ng Ills sincere
i.r .no nmi.y n.vors pasi.nmi hopes ny st net attention nnd fidelity to merit a rontliiuanc.
of similar favors, as well as toi nvi le thptn nt their earliest convenlnnre, lo turns and inspect
his new slock , which is now verv full ami eniiml,. i,. 1 ............. 1
.1 Simple ami I'nncv Dry iooN,
Mats, Caps, Bonnets, Dress Caps, French, English nnd German Embroider!.. and T.-im.
niings, I arasols, &.c llroadclnths, Cassimeres, Cnsinetts, Coltonndes, Linen and Woltom
Drills, Keady-niado Clotln ng, Boots, Slioes , Queensware, Ilardwa.e and Cutlery,
si;of;i:un:s or the n v rinrt (u.aiitr,
(lo those especially wlio love a cup of pood fen or Coffee full
come end give his ono tr.nl and vou will
Olas. and Putty, Dye Stuffs, and all of the " -..--. '
ITIot roiu!ar Tatrtit TIcli inri,
st we I a a large asi.orl.nfn I of Bar Iron and Steel, Wrought and Cut Nails, and a ll.ons
nd other things unnecessary here to mention. Allof which he assures the ruhlio h.
will sell for the rrady .,y, fully ns low at caii be bought in the Western Ptates.
ewtnarket, O..A j n I ltli, JKifi. SAM'LM SMITH
u,N.' U; H ighest prices paid for Clover, Timothy and Flex Seed,, Pried' Fruit, and "all
kinds of I roduce. Calotte please copy, and charge S. M.S.) pl7tf
I ALU colt.::::::.
il nl Inn will be fill Mi. 'd sndfo'ei-li-dliil' f
will cuinmsnee em th( f5it ,1 y f'ntul.ep
sessini,; in the Collrf ;,. in p
stei k hob'on. In all it,. i,r,,,-
firlutani f I
1 r in lr I f"P
iniereit on liieir sto s. will I, deduct
JO. Ne IV. M A'l I! F W!
of IIcw r.Iarkct,
thank to his numerous frisads nnd 'sftnmatli
nnt I.a .liBi.nnr.;ia,i t..:... u':..j..i.
rianrt, Tlane rons. &r.
JUST received from Iho "Ohio Tool Compa
ny" a large assortment of their best planes,
which I willsnll at their Llxt Pricos:
Double and Single Smooth Planes;
" " " Extra;
Double nnd Single Jack Planes;
" ' - " Extra;
Double and Single Foro Planes;
" ' " " Extra;
Double and Single Jointers;
Raising Plnnes, nssortnd sizes;
Match Flooring and Ceiling Planes;
Rosewood and Boxwood Panel Pluues, (H'dl's;)
Hollows and Rounds;
Self-Repulntlng Sash Planes;
Rabbit Planes, Cut and Thrust (Box)
Head Planes, Fillisters;
Slitting and Marking Guagcs;
Saw, File, Chisel, Brad awl and Hammer Hand
les; With all the different kinds of Planes and
Tools usually called for, of the best quality at
For sale by J. K. MARLAY.
ri in; Avium i.i:ai a zinc,
Copnl, Condi, Ac Jiipuit Tnrnlslt.
CAN AND TUBE PAINTS,
Paint, VnrnlnhfFitch nnd stnh Brushes,
4JI.AKS A!l KAMI,
F a surrs.os oiautv. toirether with a
greatearirty of fresh and good
D It I V A 1 N 1 3 ,
on hand and for sale 1.0 w fur cash, by
JAMES BROWN, Agent
iu 18 For Joskph Kiiinta.
VRSENIC. Strychnine, Corrosive Sublimate,
Dead Shot, I ,yon's Magnetic Powders,
Speelimu's Vermin Exteriiilnutor, &.C., &c,
always on hand and for sale by
JAMES I1KOW N, Agent
jnIS For Jos. Kinira
ji V . Cathartic Pills,
--1 (ISVUAIi COATED,)
40 AHH M AUK TO
CLEANSE THE BLOOD AND CUBE THE 8ICK.
Invalid., Fntlicri, Mothers. IhyalclnnM
PhlliiiithroitlNtfl, reail tbclr K (reels,
and Judc of their Vlrtuvn.
FOll TIIL CUKE OF
Headache, Sick IIcn1ahe,Voul Stomach,
l'lrTMHini, I'a., Mity 1,
Pn. J. C. Avkr. Sir: I li;ivo b-vu r-'tktnly curoii uf
t)ir nr-l huailrtt-liu liny body enn have hy a ite or lw
f-f your r'ill!. It t?ins to ttrit' from a fuul timuch. which
tlitv rliniw nt oik. If tliy will euro utbort a Ue y vio
tuot tln fitrt If worth knowing.
Yours with great nict. KD. YT, PREBLE,
Ctvrk (tf .WiimtT Ltonvn,
Bilious Disorders nnd IJvcr CoiiiIninfs,
Pr.l'AV.TMKNT OP TIIR INTKII.OR,
Wasminhtos, I. C, 7 FwhM luftii. f
Fm: 1 tinro til your I'ilN In my n.'iR-n.l uml hupiul
pnictico ovi-r hUhx- you niii'lo tlu.-m, mul cunnot h(iitato to
my they art) tli lt cntlmrtic wo t-injiloy. Thfir rotru
lHtiiiK U4;tiin 011 the tiit r is iiii. k nmM.-i nktl. cttniurnt
ly they r. nil ikIhiIiuUo riiiifly for 1 mmreuiyntsuf thut
or'fin. linlit'ti, I have vMoiu foinnl a ca.' of bUvtm di
no olwtinntu that it tiiil uot n-mlilv vi.-lfi to thi-m.
FruUriKilly yours, ALiN7.o HALL, M. P.,
Jftyiciun of tht M'trine ! tjnlal.
Dysentery Helur, nnd AVormw.
Prr (H k, Uartlanu, Iav. Co., Mmin Nov. lVi.
Pa. Avail: Your HIIU oro tlio ,rffrtion of DitHlirlntj.
Thoy hare (ioiio my wifo imiro phhI than I enn Ull yoii.
tho hiui iMt-n nick hi id pininvr uwny tor uioutliH. Wtuit
otl to l (itH'tormi at Kfft .jtpMi'4-, but pit no lnjttir. hiio
then rtimint uci tiikinn yur Till, iiich ittmn rnrwl hr,
by PxpflliiiK lurjf'' tiiftiititi''S of wornin (tkmi) from hor
ImwW. 'i'lit-y ftilorwnnls cun'tl her anil our two rhiMrtHi
of b'lonily t rn-iitt ry. Urn of our m-ilitMirM lifttl It bmJ, mni
my wit nirM liini with two tlttutt of your Till, while
otimnt arouiui uh mhl from tlvo to twenty Uol lain doctors'
bills, and lont mucli tiim, without tvimz cured entirely
own th n. Huch a rne.iiciii' (M youru, hkh la actually
Kood and Uoufht, will bo iirm-d ln-rt'.
OKO. J. tilUFPTH, PottrmnUT.
Indigestion nnd Impurity ol' the Illood.
Vwn Hcv, J. I'. Ilinut, Iliti' of A lrtnt Church, IlOm.
Pr. Ayir: I havo wtwd your Tills with cxtranrtllnary
BUt-t'M in inv trtinfly anil noioni tb"rK I nni rnlk-d tovmit
In disitiviw. To rt'Kiilate the ortni of diKontinn and puri
fy the blood tin y are tho very boat r-iue-ly X hiva over
Vtiown, uud I can emilidt-utly roctiitnend ttwrn b my
frienda, Voura. J. V. U1MKH.
Warsaw, Wtomiho Co.. N. Y., Oct. 4, IMS.
DlAR Fm: I am wlnyt, your Cathartic Fills in my prao
tide, and Uud tlit-m nu excellent purimtlv to cKtmso th
yttteui and purify the fonntrtiiiN of the blood.
JOHN O. MEACUAM, M. D.
Erysipehis, Seroftiltt, KinffN Evil, Tetter,
1 uiiiorn, ana uneuin.
From a tyrrwurdtui Merchant Sf. Luuuf Ib. 4, lfi."0.
Dr. Atkr: Your Pills aro tho paraxon of all that i$
frrettt In mwlitiuo. Thoy have cured my little dauKhter
of ulot rou aort ti upon her hands and fivt tliat hail proved
hicnmblu for vearn. Her mother hiul botm loiifc RriTou
ly atllkted with blotches and plinph on her fkiu and In
h-T hair. After our child wiw cure!, she alo tritd your
l'Hli, aud they have cured her. ASA MOKtHUlHiii.
Ilheuinatigm, Neuralgia, nnd Gout.
F- umtte h'ev. lr. Hawkct, uf the JtrthodiH Chure.
PrtAiiKi Howie, fRAVAKKAii, Oa., Jan. fl, lR5ft.
HnNORCit !4m : I nhotild o uiiKrateful for the n-lief yonr
uktll baa hrouht me if 1 did not n ort my iam t ym.
A cold M'tlled iu uiy II ii lbs and brought ou fcxrrurimlnn
neuralKir jiaiiii, which ended In chronic rhcnnwUMU.
NutwiihftUudiuK I hd the btt t-f pbyi Un, the dia-'H
un w wonto and worse, vutll, ly the adrir of your av
h'tii a, til in liiltiinore, Pr. Mitrkumie, I tiiM your Filla.
Their effect were el'w, but kuiv. Hy icmvrlm, lu Uie
two of Ihoin, 1 am uow entirely well.
Sknatb Chawbf.r, Baton Kovot, I.a., 5 Iec .Sf-6.
Pr. Atkr: 1 hava Uen entirely run-d by your Pllld of
flJieumalic Gout a poluful dlseaMi that had afttklM DM
f-.r yotir. 1NCKNT 1-UbhLL.
For Droptiy, Plethorn, or kindred Coin
plaint. itimiilrliig uu active puio, they areau excol
For C.'OHiiveneas or ConKtlpntion, nnd n
s 11 ii ii rr ft'lll, th.-y am areoHtlu and utlectual.
Fite, KtippreNion, FnratyMs, Inflnmrna
Uun,and v.n Uvnlnraa. and 1'nrllal Ullnd
nM. huTU bevu cured by Uio alwratlve action ol thue
Mont of the Pills In market contain Mermry, which, al
though a valuable rt-inmly iu aktltul linn. Ik, It diinv'erotia
la a jmNic pill, fnm tho dieudJul colineiiut-nr that frt
queiitly follow Ita iiimuiloua hm. Thtnt ojijUUu nu nitsT
ctuy or mlueral iubnittucu liaU'Vtjr.
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
FOR THE RAPID CURB OF
COUGHS. COLDfl, IIOAKSKNK8S, ISFLU
i:ZA, llllO.X'dllllS, VIIOOPI.ti
1UUOII, CHOUlv ASTHMA, IN
CI P I K- T CO . SU M VTIOX,
and fr the r lief of coneuutptivo patK-nhi in advaurcd
Bi(.;es of the dbeuie.
Wo need md puk to the public of tin vtrttiee.
Throughout et ery town, nnd alutoft et l hamlet of th
Ano iititn Htiitea. itr wouilt iful cum of pulmonary ft-m-plamta
hnve lua.le it nlie;n1y known. Nay, d-w are tli
fi nn i liea in any elvUitd couutiy on thift coiitliuiit with
out aiinie Nrmual exjH-i tem tl ita nVt ta ; and h-wer Tet
tho c 'in in unit tt'H uuy wIkio w hi h lime not uitioiif: them
nue ll infi tmphy M it a ictory or the aubt le anil dan
(OMouk tiioi HM-rt of the thrit and Iuhk"- oi1'1 H 1h tho
niot powerful antidote yet known to man ftr the formi
dable nnd danm-ioua diM-.tKes of the puluioiiaiy uim, It
la alwt the pl-iiNunte(tt aud aat'-flt remedy that ran em
Lloyotl ftr Inhiuta and younjf pemum. Parenta ahould
aVu It In ttr ainft the Inaidiuus enemy that bi.mIi
upon thetn iinprepiired. We havo abiindiiut piouude
Ih.Jiv (be t'hrrrf iVctoral wivea more live by thv con
luinptionM it prevents ih;m tlwe it cures. Kiti it by
vou, and cure your col-la white they are curable, inrr nejc
Ux t Ihm uuitl no hninan akill Can Uianter (lib lin ioi tttl
rmtker that, fiiMtemd on tlio vlltilc, euta y..ur lilts aw ny.
All know the dna!lul lut-lltv of Iuok dwf lra, and as
tlwy know too the virtues of (Ma rfim-dy, wo md not d'
more than to anatire l lie iu it ia still made the beat it ran
1m. We K'je no oat, no cn no toil to produce it the
moat iK'rte. I poarible, and thua aibnl tlmce who rely n
It the Ut aent with hour skill cau furutxh for their cure.
PREPARED BY Bit. J. C AYER,
rractical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, K.
jsn sold nr
Jaincs Hruwu, liuistiuru; wo rl ii' n an,;
Wriglit, New Lrxiiiutim; I M. Jilin-oi,
N'sw IVtcrsliuiir; J. I- fi Rulierts, Iti ll'asl;
J. M. Ki'ni, Lnrsliurr;; Norton tc Moari,
I. rnfu'lil ; tan.l ufl dualurH ill Mijjrin Try
vllro. WholfsjlB by J . C Asr & Co , ( in-aii.'t'li'i!il
cr;o. ur. itvnitKiti:, ij:,tist,
HAS REMOVED liis Olfi-s to Smith's Sow,
Main st rret, ona door west of I!:irrer'a
C crner, tip-stairs.
Work don. in Ids Intost Improvnd motlinrls,
In the I) flit stylo and warrsnlxrl. jsnVi
Time Tor Gardcnlne.
STKF.I. ?ps.!e, Ht.l Hors;
Slvel sUcs, IrnnKnkes;
Wood It k rs, Gnrdrn Trowelsj
Toy Spsilrs aud Garden Sords
For siils by J. K. MARLAY.
The I lor lie toiler of Mr Akiai.
Til HE Wimtks Skssion of IH57-i will cm-J-
menre on Monday, the JJth of Octolxir.
and eontlnuft sixteen weeks. A full and thor
ough course cf Lectures will be plven, occu
pying sit or seven Honrs daily, with good op
portunities for attention to practical Analomy,
and with ample Clinical facilities at the Com.
mercisl Hospital. The prcllminsry course of
Lectures will communes on Monday, the 28th
September, and continue dnily until the com
menrement of the regular Lecture..
The arrangement of the chairs will b aa
T. E. St. JOHN, M. I).,
Trofcssor of Anstntnv and 1'hysioloeT.
C D. LEWI'S, M. D.,
Professor of Clienilstrf nnd riiannacr.
A. J. HOWE, M. D.,
Professor of Surgery.
C. II. CLEVELAND, ,M D.
Professor of Materia Medics and Therapeutics.
W.i. .SHERWOOD, M. I) ,
Professor of Medlrnl Prnctlra and Pulholoffy.
J. R. BUCHANAN, M. D.,
Emeritus Professor of Cerebral Physiology and
Institutes of Medicine'.
JOHN KING, M. 1).,
Profussor of Obstetrics and D's.iss of Wo
men and Children.
The terms for the Sesslsn will be the same a.
heretofore, viz Matriculation, $".t)0. Till,
timi, $0(1.(111. Demonstrator's Ticket, $.r.00.
( Every Student is required toe)irip.e in dis
secting one session before Grsduatioii.) Crud
uation i'J'i.dd. Tickets to Commercial IIospl
tal foptioiml,) $".()().
Tiie Lerture Roomsnre newly finished , neat,
and conifrtn(ie, .ud in n ceulrnl locality (in
Cotlt'cn Hull, Walnut Street,) whoro student.
wHl 11 1 1 tl it convenient to call on their arrival.
Tickets for the session may be obtained of
die Venn of the Farult,, at his Office, No. 1 LI
Smith St , or of Prcf. C. II. Ci.kvklsnd, Sec
retary of the Farult,,, No 1011 S.-venlli St., near
f'.lm. JOHN KINO, M. I)., Vean.
Ttc College journal of Medical
A Monthly Masjnziiie of 4S oacis. conduc
ted by the Faculty of Tho Eclectic. Collctie of
Medicine?, is published at One Dollar a Year,
payable in advance. Column nications for sub
scription, or for specimen numbers, should bo
Da C. 11. CLEVELAND, Publisher,
139 Seventh Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
HEALTH OR SICKNESS?
CHOOSE BETWEEN THEM.
Tho lilood furnishes the nmteriul of ev
ery bone, muscle, gland und fibro in the
human frame. When pure, it secures
health to every orgnu; lien corrupt, it
necessarily produces disease. IIuLLO
WAV'S TILLS operate directly upon 111.
elements of the stream of life., lieu trallz I ng
the principle of disc use, and thus radically
curing the malady, whether located in tli.
nerves , t he slomnc h , I lie liver, the bowels,
the muscles, the skin, the brain, or any oth
er part of the system.
Used Throughout the "Wold!
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS are equal ly effi
cacior.s in complaints common to the whole
human race, nnd in disorders peculiar to cer
tain jClimatcs and localities.
Dyspepsia, and derangement of the llvsr,
thesourceof infirmity and s iflerlng, nnd the
cause of innumerable deaths, yield to thev.
curutives, In all cuses, however aggravated,
acting us a mild purgative, alterative and to
nic; they relieve the bowels, purify the flu.
Ids, and inv borate the system and th. con
stitution al thesnme time.
General Weakufc. Nei vous Ccm
plaints. When all stimulants (nil, the renovating
aud bracing properties of these Pills give
firmness lo the sliak ing nerves and enfeebled
muscles of the victim of general debility.
All irregularities and ailments Incident to
the deliculouud sensitive organs of tho sex
are leuioved or prevented by a few doses of
these mild, but Infallible alternatives. No
mother who regards her own or her children'
hsiltli, should fail to huve them within her
The London "Lancet," the London ' Med
ical Keview," anil the moit eminent of tli.
faculty in (J rent lirilni n, France and Germa
ny, novo eulogized the Pills und their inven
tor. Holloieay't nils are the lest remeig
known in the world for the following
As'hnia Fever aud
Dowel Com- Ague
plaints Feiiinle Com-
Colds II eailuchei
Chest Diseases Indigestiou
lvneiia 1 li !l t in n in 1 10 ll
Diarrhica Inward H'euk-
Debility Liver Co in-
Worms, of all
' pl.ii uts
, Sola nt the Manufactory oT Professor
Hot. i. oway. H(l Maiden Lune, New York, and
4 Strand, London, and by nil resectable
DriigKl"IHi and D.-uleis in M.-diciiu s through
out tiiu I' nlted Stales, and the civilijrd world,
iu boxes at 2i cents , i ! , cents, and H I f sell.
II "There is considerable saving by taking
itie larger st7.'s
N. U, Di rections for the go id. nice of pa.
thiols in every dieordcr are ailixed e u l
Box . dc lMiitiaev
U Tt':i III I ! N't'iie are euuiue nntona
the wo ids " HulU'U'ii u, A' ui anii tosios,"
ire diiceriiilil.' n uulir mnrk in every l-n bf
he book of directions around each put or bos;
the minie may be .plainly mc.ii l,y koUuto ts
U 'if to tl-' tiht. A haiuisunie rewdid wiil bo
givi'ii to snv one ren ering such tiilurinulion
.is may load to the dcleciion 'l sny purty r
wriic roil ntt t Null ii g I lie nu i! ic i ot or veoijiH
I lis name, k no 1 ll g I lie nl to bo u t lo uu.
tie1 .'.'iilti -