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Ms u, Faii.crk.s. Wc have lately
reeeived several complaints from our
country subscribers, of the unnecessary
delay and sometimes entire failure of
their papers. Wo can assure our friends
th::two spnre no par's to mail the pa
pi'i'S promptly nnd regularly, and tho
fault is not. with us, bat in the mail nr
raiigemcrits somewhere. If we can find
out 'hp'isfo blnmc in the premises,
we shall tnkfl 'immediate steps to bring
theii1 delinquency to thd notico of the
In two instaricefl, where there is a
regular mail from this place every S'if
tirduy, our subscribers complain that
fibout half the time tliO'it1 pnpers' fail to
reach them till the. week following.
Our packages are all placed in the post
oflico here before Thursday evening, so
in these cases there is no excuse what
ever for the delay complained of. AVe
have called tho attention of our P. M.
to the matter, and he assures us that our
packages arc always promptly forward
ed, and that he cannot account for the
irregularity. If the evil is not soon
remedied, we hopo our friends will in
form us of the fact at once.
A crowded house attended the Lec
ture of I'.ev. J. McD. Mathkws, on Fri
day evening last. His subject, "India,"
was handled in a most capable and in
teresting manner, and much light was
thrown upon tho history and habits of
tli people who inhabit that country.
After the Lecture a discussion sprung
wp, in which Dr. Steel, i c n . McDowell,
J. II. ThompHOo, and I, Sams, K.sqs.,
took part.' ,
The Lecture on Friday evening next
will bo delivered by A. 1. Sams, Ksrj.
Subject: 'Man, and Ills Destiny."
Tub Fihkmkn'h Festival, On
Thank sgiviug Night, was a complete
euccess, and reflected greut credit on
the managers. Tho house was crowded
with the beauty and fashion of our vil
lage, and all seemed to enjoy them
selves to the utmost. The Supper was lit
erally a "feast of good things," many
of the delicious viands being the dona
tion of our citizens. The net proceeds
of the Festival, after paying all expenses,
wcro about $112, which will bo invested
at onae iu the purchase of additional
Range of Thermometer for November.
Recorded at Hillsborough Female College, by
J. McD. Matthews, President.
iav or IIKAN
month. 7 a.m. 2 r. m. 9 r. i. temp.
i ac 43 :j .n.:t
3 4(1'.; R-i 44 45.5
X Hl'l 4'. 40 412
4 35 54 hi -1D.0
H 59 .VJ Gil 5H.0
) 53 GIL,' 53 57.5
7 GO' 61) fit 0.18
8 Gin' 6t Gl til .7
41 37', 41 3.).8
II S3 42 35 3(i.7
11 31',,' 40 171' 41.7
13 3fii' 4H 44 42.H
13 42 ;)2 35 3:1.7
H 30 34 27 30 3
1.1 22 37 Cm; 30.2
35 45 3H 3!).3
17 343,' 39 31 30.5
13 3H 44 43 41.7
IS 27 JM 10 1S.3
20 10 15 15 13.3
31 181 20 32 25 5
92 17 u 2G 27 2:1.5"
23 34 22 10 "Oft
24 9 21 12 ' 1 (i.H
25 10 17,',' 20 ' 13..1
28 10 27 25 20.7
27 S!l .. 41 ' 35 :w.3
21 35 62 48 4V.'I
29 38 58 5(i 51, o
30 4'.)'; . 52' 44 48.5
Rimabks. 11 ighest temperature of moiitli
fO.oii the 7th; lowsst da do '.),on 1 1 1 "J 1 1 1 1 .
Menu teniperstu re of mouth 37.1)2. Prevail
ing winds S W, S K, and N W. Quantity of
ruin and meltcil Know, 4.811 iiiclien.
Memoranda November 5lli. Kniu most
of forenoon thunder mid ruin ut night.
Kill. Ruin most of lust niyhtmid to-duy.
7th. Rain Y M.
Plli. ("npiouH rain moHl ofthaduy and ni(,'lit.
Dili. Uui nod ull forenoon, with soma a now
101 1. Kront ground fror.nn.
12ih. Pprinkhaofrain 1' M.
lGth. lUiululler nart of last 11 iu lit . und
moHt of thin forenoon.
Pith. Snow, ruin nml Bl0t U.it ui'il , with
hlfrh wind. Know A M.
20th. Home mow A M.und P M.
21 at. The same.
23d. Snow hmt nl'lit.
30th. Unlit latter mrt of the nijrlit it ml in
J. McD. MATTHEWS.
At a special meeting of tho Hillaboro
Fire Company, held on Tuesday even
ing, on motion the thanks of tho Com
pany were unanimously tendered to the
Ladies of llillsboro, who uo kindly and
generously rendered us their assistance
on tho occasion of tho lato Festival.
Also, to tho Sax-Horn Hand, and to
tho citizen generally, for their liberal
donations and patronage.
J5y order of the Company;
JOHN RECKLY, Pres't.
R. CORWIN, Sec'y.
New Buildings in 1867.
The niiniLor of new buildings erect
ed in llillsboro during tho present year
has perhaps not been so large as in some
years previous, but in no former year
havo so many substantial nod costly
buildings been put up.
The brick block of tbreo handsome
and spacious stores, with offices above
and basement rooms, on tho site of the
old "Scott property," adjoining tho 111
licolt House, is now nearly finished, and
partially occupied. The west wing be
longs 0 W.vi. Cl.AV, and is occupied by
him as a Cabinet 'Ware Koom and resi
dence. The center is tho property of
Ur.n. W. Horn, who will shortly re
move into it his Tailoring establishment.
The cast wing belongs to A. Si-ikoki,,
who has removed his Meat Shop to tho
basement. Tho store-room abovo is
nearly ready for occupancy. This bloc k
is a very handsome improvement, and
adds much to the business' appearance
of Main street.
Fast of High street, on Main, the
brick building of Woodvow, Harris &
Co., M. W. Lane, and J. Miller, con
taining three fine largo business rooms,
with rooms abovo, is all finished, and
will soon bo occupied. There arc now
quite, a cluster of stores in that part of
Main street, where five or six years ngo
there was not a single one.
Tho fine brick block of two stories,
erected by Col. M 1 i.T.l: u and A. Mount".,
on the site of the old Denny House, is
also receiving tho finishing touches, and
is a most substantial ami commodious
structure, lloth store-rooms will soon
be occupied, one by Mr. Moonr, the
other by S. McKllK, who has rented it
of Col. Miller.
Two handsome brick edifices have al
so been erected on Walnut street; one
the residence of Mr. J. Dryden, east of
West street, tho other tho Town Hall
and Kngino House, near the comer of
High street. The carpenters are now
at work 011 this latter building, which
when completed will bo a neat, dura
ble and convenient structure, creditable
to tho taste and public spirit of the
"City Fathers," by whom and "their
successors forever" a portion of it is to
These are but a few of the more im
portant new buildings which havo been
erected hero during the present year,
and they show that our beautiful
"Model Town" is still growing and
prospering, and that "Fxcelsior" is
still the motto of her enterprising cit
izens. -- -
Tut: FoitK Maixkkt. Tho Cincin
nati Commercial of yesterday says:
The arrivals of lings have been very
large during the week, and this trade
has partaken ol that activiy and bustle,
peculiar to it iu this city at this season.
A largo decline has been established,
however during the week amounting to
75c per cwt. This decilne may be attrib
uted to the lariro arrivls, bad weather.
snd but a very limited demand for the
cstrday the temperature became
more favorable which produced a some
what better feeling on the part of drov
ers, and the market was slightly firmer,
holders being leys anxious to sell. The
sales, however, were confined to -IjO,
averaging 1 GO lbs to 170 lbs lit 8 1,1 St);
MO do. do. 215 S."; 500 and 158 do. at
the same, and L'50, averaging 210 lbs
For the News.
"A MILE TO THE BOTTOM."
The T km t'KllAM'K subject is an inex
haustible one. Asa quaint author re
marks, "like tho beggar man's wallet
mile to the bottom!"
Wc might notice somethings in con
nexion with the lato reform in this
place. Tt w;is not the "unpopular
move" that some imagined; "man, wo
man and child" wero net opposed to it;
especially the gentlemen were not, as was
manifested by the noble manner in
which they so promptly seconded the
e flu ft a of tho Ladies, to put down the
Liquor Traffic, in more ways than one.
This was more fully proven by the ac
tion of our most influential citizens
the Town Council iu establishing an
Ordinance, which is well calculated to
carry on tho war of extermination.
The Honorable Bar did not array it
self against a cause so benevolent and
philanthropic. How could enlightened
lIillsboro oppose a reform liko this?
Intemperanec has received a severe
blow; but it Kill inxs. Out of the thir
ty Liquor-selling establishments, there
yet remain a few, who uiiderminingly,
for tho sake of gain, deal out the dead
ly poison a low perverse spirits who
care not to put the "bottle to their
brother's mouth." We know this, be
cause wo yet seo tho drunkard totteriti"'
upon bis horse, uud staggering upon
the streets; but tho perseverance and
energy that has been at work, will no
doubt ferret out and give to those
faithful allies of Bacchus their just
This foo is a common enemy, and
should be met unitedly. Tho high' and
the low are alike its subjects; it enters
tho stateliest dome, and plucks tho fair
est flower, and blasts tho most promi-
sing ouu oi intellect, ana crushes it to
the earth. It enters the widow's hum
ble dwelling, and dashes to the ground
her fond hopes, by binding fast in its'
chains her last dependence her onli
son. Shall these things appeal to the
heart in vain? Not so. The friends
of Temperance have everything to en
courage them in their onward move.
If wo hud not seen this enemy met and
finally exterminated, wo might not be
so sanguine. There is a saying, "What
has been done, can bo done." Does
not tho honor of our otherwise happy
and nourishing village demand it at our
hands, that wo speedily rid ourselves of
tho disgraceful and' useless business of
selling and using intoxicating Liquor
as a heverago.f T'hcn this is done,
llillsboro will stand forth fairest in
"character, as wul as beauty of situation,
arconr; un tnt wc: tern villagos, . A.
We will send tho Nf.ws to any one
wishing to take it on trial far It months
for 1!5 cents. The amount may be
setit in postage stamps.
Death of Jas. G. Birney.
James O, liirney died on Tuesday
evenintr last, at bis residence at Fagles
wood, near 1'crtN Amboy, N. J. Mr.
liirnoy was born in 1"!)! at Danville,
Ky. His father was a nativo of Ire
land. His mother was an American
lady, of tho namo of Heed, celebrated
for her beauty and accomplishments.
Mr. Hirney, after passing through his
collegiate studies, entered the law office
of Mr. Dallas, in Philadelphia. In
1815 he commenced the practico of law
in his native State, and whon only twenty-two
was elected a member of tho Leg
islature. Ho then married, and shortly
after emigrated to Alabama, where he
became a planter' and the owner of
slaves. He was soon chosen a mem
ber of the Alabama Legislature, but
soon, however, got tired of Alabama,
and returned to his native State. He
thero began to give practical effect to
bis strong anti-slavery sentiments, and
in l!il made a deed of emancipation
for the six slaves be brought with him
from Alabama. Not content with this,
he proposed starting an anti-slavery
newspaper in Kentucky, but not finding
a printer bold enough to undertake the
mechanical arrangements he commenc
ed tho publication in Ohio. On the
death of his father, Mr. Pirney libera
ted and made a comfortable provision
for all the slaves on tlm paternal estate.
After the dentil of his firt wife, be mar
ried a sister-in-law of the Hon. Cerritt
Smith, a lady of the Fit.huh family.
In 1H-H, Mr. P.irney was brought for
ward as a candidate for tho Presidency,
by the "Liberty Patty," and received
some G2,00() votes. After this contest
he retired from public life, f,,r the ex
citement of which his health for the
lust 12 years totally unfitted him.
Result of the Wisconsin Election.
From tho Milwaukee News (Demo
crat) of the 25th, we learn that tho re
sult of tho bite election in that State
has, at length, been ascertained. The
Pepuhlieans have elected the Governor
and the Prison Inspector; and iu tho
Legislature thero is a small Republican
majority on joint ballot. The Demo
crats elected all tho State officers,
with the exception of Governor and Inspector.
From Central America.
Nkw Oitr.KANS, N"V. 2. Nicaragua
has declared war against Costa Pica.
The proclamation was signed by both
Martinez and Jerez. Martinez takes
charge of the army.
Col. Canty had demanded the surrender
of Fort San Carlos, threatening a block
ade in case of refuaal.
Th,- V. S. steamer Fulton was at Pcca
Del Tyrres, watching for Walker.
Later from California.
Nkw Vokk,Nov. ."). The steamship
Northern Light, with the California
mails, and $ 1,075,000 in treasure, ar
rived, unannounced1, about six o'clock
this morning. She brings" eix hundred
The evidence of the massacre of one
hundred and eighteen emigrants to Cal
ifornia in the Southern part of I'tah, ap
Samuel Prannon, of San Francisco,
has deeded land two miles square near
San Francisco, with other property, to
three trustees, as security for money
deposited in his new bank.
Mayor Wood Pi:n:.m:D. The la
test news by telegraph from New York
last niirht, announces the defeat of
Mayor Wood, who, as a candidate for
rc-olection, had combined against him,
emphatically, the decency of the city of
all parlies. His scuundrelly ambition
had become greater and more odious
than tho people could bear. His down
fall, under tho circumstances, is a de
structive blow to national partisanship,
in municipal policy throughout tho
country. Common-inl of yesterday.
HILLSBORO, Dec. 2, 1857.
WHEAT Receipts are ajpiin tolerably
large and iucreusin. Tricra are unchanged
siif; lust week, und we tUill quote GJjoiu
for Red, 7llu7Jc for White.
COUN" instill Rcarco and in deiinn 1 ut 3()c.
EG(!S a re in lipimtnd nt 10c.
T) UTTER. Is In nod demand ut l?c.
io change in other urticles.
Flour, "piibl, :t 7:";i 1 (ID
("oi niiirul, bun .Mlafilt
Corn, new, 2iii:tl
Eurd, lb 10ali2;H.
Wood, cord 2 Otla'i 5(1
Cuttle.cwt.net 4.i4 ;'U
Potatoes, bus uiij
Ureeu Apples, 2."a:i5:
BK I.I.I NO
Comment . lorn
Candles , Hi
Trout, '.J' "
I. aril, lb
Tiutter.ty lb lOn!
KfN, don nil)
l!uy, iidvv, f'u7()(!
Chickens, doz.l '5it ftp
I). Apples, 7.ml 00
I'euehoK, 2 ()tln! 50
Huron Hums lb 1UI5
W htlloans 1 25al 50
SiiTir, lb IUK)
Suit, Kan. bus ado
Cofi'ee, lb 15,-,'JII
Cincinnati Wholesale Market.
CINCINNATI, Tuesday, Dec. 1.
Carefully corrected week, from the
Latest City Papers.
Corn, "iibu . uew XWIG Clieesa.W Rib. P118J
Wheut, " 7;m!IO llutter Roll, lb. Ilia'H
tuts, new" 3la:t'.J lOtt's, do.. a I
Flour, bbt. 4 2.r,u4 :ill lleuns, bush, lal 25
llujjs, not 4 bOu.', Sill. I). Aiples,bti al S:
Lard, lb. !)al() I). IVucheR, 2 (IO1.SI Si.")
Mesa Tor k nEI 0(1 Huy, ton bule l JuUOO
Clover Seed, a5 2.r A ppiet, bbl. 1 0"ip2 00
Timothy" .Ml, Potatoes, new, ju40
Tallow, rend. 8.i0 I'euthers, lb. ulO
Hops, lb. 12alMjWool.co.fl.bl'. 3(l.il."i
Beeves, cwt. net 5u7 00! " exliufine, aill
TI10 prices herein e,iven, uro the wholesale
rules. On small luts to country dealers an ud
vunco ol from M to 6 percent oil llieao rules
tiuirur.lb. 7,"4u7'l' Rice, Hi. .lafi','
Coll'ee.ltlo, lOjalil 'j Salt, Kami. bj. SiOaS!.
NO. Molusses, gu.'tluM: Tohucco, leuf, 7al
Tens, lb. 4t)a:ir. Nulls, Keir, 3 50u5 7"
Mackerel Not, 15. Mia 17 I .cuther.Ci 11 .Sole.') lu.'lli
White Fish, bbl 12 5(C,om, fin yd :lsl2
Cod Fish, lb. 4 'i'uf.l Whisky pul. 117'.-;
I(uiIiib,M.U.U .M)n2 bO I.eiiiivns, box, a4 Of)
Hiooms.dox. 1 15uJ .'jO Cuudles, Mould Ilsl2
Laid Oil, jul, tt'd5,Soap, com lb. !ml
Tbeie Is no great change in tho market
ainro our l.ikt report. Onu uud Oals ate
shade higher, Flour a trillo lower, Wheat u 11
thaiiKed. Hoes show a rousiderubl decline:
also Laid and Men I'ork. Fugur Is a ilibdo
Rates of Taxation for the Year
I! rn. she reek,
.1 1.10 I
3 1-10 I
.1 IO0 1
'I 1-10 I
.1 I I Ml
:i l-io I
1 l-in I
,3 1-10 I
3 1-10 1
3 MO 1
3 . in I
3 MO 1
'J 1-10 1
3 I -1 II 1
3 M0 I
UNION KCHOUE TAX.
"VOTICE is hereby (;!ven Hint I or my Pepntv, fur the purpose of rereivins Taxes, III l(end (it mvoffica in II II.ESRORO, until tlie 2'l
1' duy of UccciiiLer, lfc!7, ufli:r whii:ii lime ull Tbxpjs remaining unpuid will hava wlded thereto 5 pr ctnt, ror .1 .'r- hy I
DAVID FEN WICK.
oiirrintr Trcusup-r IHghliiud CoMiity.
- . V
1357, in tlio Several Tov PBhips,
r. 2 - . i
' 5. in
o i w
7 2-5 :
3-10 l-Ki 4 10
3-10 l-lnl I.H
3-IO l-IO l-S
3 -10' Mill 2-5
.-i-io i-in 5-to
3-Ml MO l.ll
3-10 MO 1-5
3-10 1-10 5-10
3 10 1-10
3-K 1-10 1-2
C 3-4 1
3 Id 1-10
10 1-10 I - 1 1 1 I
3'4' Milbv( SiuUlne f prlnc",
4 " New )'e(ersbiiii;,
1 " r.eeshn rjr,
3.L.J " llillsboro,
J r J. V
in Highland County.
Pin Hriirmi, Jin,,,,,!..,. Ta.
ia a ,
' !-J !
To ervous Sufl'orrrsi
A RETIRED CLERGYMAN, restored to
health ill a few days, nfler many years of
great nervous suO'eriiiir, is anxious to make
known the means ofetire. Will semi free the
prefer ipiion used. Direct the It ev. JOI I N M
DAGNALE, No. 10G Fullon ttreet, Hrooklyu
N.Y. oc.t'.J ni3s 11 r
The lirrat 1-nglish Krnicdy,
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
Prepared frnm a prrtrriilion vf Sir J. Clarke
At, U., Fhyticivn Extraordinary ta the
This invaluable inedic.i ne is unTuHing III tlie
cure of all those painful and dangerous clis.
eases to whieh the feinuli) constitution is sub
ji'Ct. 1 1 moderates ull e xcess and removes ull
obstructions, and u speody euro muy bu relied
TO DIAKKIDO I.AOII.W
I lis peruliiirly sulli'd. It will In 11 short tlmo
bring on the monthly periods with regularity.
E.ieh botlle, price Duo Dollar, Ileum the
Government Stamp of Great Urituiu, to pre
Thrsc T'ilh nhnnlil tint lirtukm In female dur
in,, the VIHST Til IiKI MONTHS nf I'rcr,
nanrii, as ( are sure to lirin : on Mixcurriiiye,
hut at ami ntlur time tuij are safe.
1 11 all ruses of Nerveus an I Spinal A flec
tions. Pain in the badi ami I.iiiibs. Fatigue on
slight exertion,' Palpitation nf the Heart, Hys.
terirs, and Whiles, these Pills ill I'll'eet a cure
when all other men us have faih'd, and although
u powerful remedVido not conlain iron, calo
mel, antimony, or unything hurl fill to the
const itu lion .
Full directions arenmpunv eae.ti parkaire.
Sole Air'Oil for tin. United Slates and Canada,
JOU .MOSES, (Lulo 1 .C. ilaldwin &. Co.
Rochester, New Yok.
N. 1! J1.00 and G postage slumps enclosed
to any nulhoriz'cd Ajfent, will ins 11 10 a bottle
of the Pills by return mail.
For sale by JAMES LROWN, Ag't,
jy23yl llillsboro. .
C. W. RllOADKS.
w. ir. Kiioauks-
II ATS, CAIVS
BOOTS AND SHOES,
AT THE SIGN OFfJ. F.STEWART,
Oac door Norlh of FaMK' Corner,
Tlie Largest Assurtment of
Men & IJoys' Furnishing Good3,
liver brought to llillsboro.
Half Dunn .Suota, fur Misses' AVin
JjAIiii-'.s Wintk.u Shoes nil kimls.
An cxteiisiyj stock of Uoots and
All excellent n ml hirge variety of
Men and Hay' Heady Made Ci.ot iiinu
"C0JIE, AXD BE CLOTHED'."
The old put rons of the "Rhoades Hoys" wil
bo pleased to learn Ihut 'ehis of the ohi
blocks" are slill in tho "'
Wusi'iirss," and are prepireil to furiiibll all
kimls of Hats uud Cnpa that may be desired.
UTCIVE US A CALL!
C W. RHOADES &, CO.
11 u ini try
"ST -A. Xj.
II 1 I I. retuuis his (hanks to bis 1111
merous filenils und cuMoiuers for their
V cry liberal luitiniiuee. und would inform them
ihut" he bus removed to his New Ruildl nj;, a
Few Uoors Cast of Fallis' Cornrr,
Where l.e bus now 011 hand a complete stock 0
Tarlor and Cooking Stoves,
Of the luleol sty l a uud b.'st castings, whioh
lis is selling at very low prices.
He also continues to manufacture undent
up 1 111 Kooluir?, i u , and cai ry o n the Tin uud
Copper S111I1I1 llusiness, Iu ull ils branches:
irOrders Solicited und promptly ulteiidi d to,
17"vBiiiciiibr the pli.ee Muin tlitel, ojjpo
site Woodrow Harris's Wheat Warehouse.
lIiH.-l'orOjNov. '.'f, li'7. ' novili vl
In rursnancc of the latiiic
IN sueli rase niitde nud provided , the, J u 'tcns
of tie Court of Common I'leas, williin
nnd for the .rlh Judicial District, do order that
tl 10 terois of the District Court, far tlie
Vear 1 w.i", anil eae'i year thereafter, shall be
held in Ihe several counties of said dislrirt us
In the eountvof Madison, 011 tho s'eon l
r'dnes'!ay i n April.
In the county of FrauUlin. on tho Monday
next sneceedi iip said s-'cond Wednesday.
In Ihe county of T'iekawav, on Ihe second
Wednesday next sneeeedi iijr said Mnnrlay.
In tlie counlv of Fayetle, oil the Wednesday
lieyf f-neceeding the last luentielled WedllP'Siiay.
In the con ill v of Ross. 011 the Monday next
surceedi off the lust mentioned Weftnesilav.
In th'? cnu nly of Adams, on the third Wed
nesday In Seniemlier.
I n the con nty of Rrown, on ths Monduv
next succeeding said list liijutiuned Wed
nesday. In tho county of Clermont, on the Monday
nexl Riicceedinir Ihe last mentioned Monday.
In the county of Hiijliland, on th second
Wednesilay nfler said lust mentioned Monday.
It is also further ordered, that the Court of
Common Th-iis. In the first sub-division of snid
district, lie held In tho year ls."3 and each
year thereafter as fidlows. lo-wit:
In tho county of Adums, on the second
Tuesday in January.
Iu the counly of Brown, oil the third Tues
day iu Jununry.
1 11 the con nty nf Clermon'i on the second
Tuesduy after the third Tuesday iu January
In the county of Adams, on the third Tihs
dny in May.
In llie counly of Brown, on llio next Tiles,
In the county nf Ob'f'A'vit, 011 the si'coiid
Tuesday after the said last mentiJii'-d Til's
In the county of Adams, on the third Tues
day 1 n ( leloher.
1 11 the county of Grown, on tho next Tues
In Ihe county of Clermont, on the second
Tuesday nfler said last mentioned Tuesday.
I u the second sub'division of said district
the Court of Common I'leas shall i'e held us
In the county of Ross, on the si'Cond Tues
day in February
1 11 the county of r ayette, on tho ltli t ues-
In the county of Iliirhland, 011 the firsl
Tuesday nfler said last mentioned Tuesdiy.
SECON 1' IT.KM.
In the counly of Highland, on the firtl
Tuesday in June.
In tho county of Ross, on llio second Tues
diiv next lliere-afler.
In the counly of Fayettn, 011 the lliird
Tuesday lifter snid last menlioned Tuts lay.
In tiie eountvof Highland on llio Third
Tuesday in October.
In the county of l uyetto, on llio second
1 11 the co 11 .it y of R oss, on the soe.ou 1 ruc-
dav after said hist mentioned Tu'sdny.
In the lliird sub-divuiou of said district, the
Court of Common l'laas shall be lie! J as fol
In Ihe county of Piekuwuy, oil tho second
Tuesday In February.
In the county of Franklin on tlie second
In the county of Madison, 011 tho fourth
Tuesday next succeeding said luat mentioned
In the eon nty of Tick a way, 011 the th ird Tues
day in May.
In the county of Madison, on
1 11 the county of Franklin, on
day next succeed ill'' the last
tho s 'cnu I
In the county of Franklin oil
Tuesday in October.
Iu tlie county of Piekuwuy, oil the fourth
Ill tho county of Madison on the s-conJ
Tuesday uftersaid lust mentioned Tuesday.
It is fuitlier Ordvred, That Ihe or ler hereto
fore made, und healing date llio first of No
vember. A. I)., 1 s.M'i. be, and Ihe same is here
by rescinded; provided that nntliiuir heivin
contained shall ull'ect the holdinij of Courts fur
the year lt-D7, ns pncrilied iu said order.
JAMES L. RATES,
S. F. NOR IMS.
Dated this Ocluber Is'., 1,-57.
Tiik Statu ok Ohio,
Hiijltsvind County $ ""
I, U. F. Stevens, Clerk of tho Court of
Common Picas, W'ilhiii ami fur llio said coun
ty uud State, hereby certify that the foregoing
isutiuocopy of the "order" tnadu by the
Judges ol llie Court of Common Pleas lor tint
Jill Judicial d ist lie t in said Stute us fuuinl en
tered on Ihe journal of the proceedings of the
Couitof Common Picas of lligiiluud County,
nnd the Journal, of the Distiict Court for said
Witness my hand this 2d day of 'December,
AD , Ir-:..'. P. F. STEVENS, Cl'k.
Cattle for Gale.
THE RT.'nsCRIllER. living 2 miles
JfrTTT west of Dodsouv il to, Higlilaud conn
'Vi o flora for sale ut llie very lowpiice
ol j,J."J."i per Kid lbs. pross,
in iii:ai or m i.i:ks,
from two lo four years old, of good slock and
in line plight.
I will ulso sel
?o iii'tn or mii.i r.
and 70 I1HADOF liOOD THRIFTY STOCK
HOCS, all of which will be sold low for cash.
iiovlw3 ISAAC ItOlill.
D. J. CRESAP, z
(OC CIM INVATI,) j li t
:EI XJL CD Bit cj
Han loi'&Ud iiiinsi'lf in llillshoro, w hero U ilu
sigUB lo Ciirrv on ihn
III lis most approved fusiiiomiblo style and war
lanls to give sul isfucl Ion. He solicits a sbure
pulilic pntronage. Also, be bus oil bund it few
choice selections of Cloths, Cussinieres uud
Vstines. I'arliculurntlelitioii paid Inclining.
Shop ovor Pulleisoii fi, Vunwliikle'a bton-,
cornrr of Main and High slreels.
A LARGE STOCK, suitable for the
ijon, if the Eastern and my own
Keceiveu ami on nauo,
all ut r j ii led -
.i:o. ni. 'sax it,
TJ3rx3T;ii Tyv. ici: xi ,
Lost End of .Main Street, nearly opposite t!iu
I "eniuh S em i n a r y .
f WOULD resieef,lv 1,,'fi.riii ihe ci(l
Vl Zl'n" e ' 1 1 1 1 Isboro and u r inn ndi 11 r; cnu n-
1 I try, Hint be has removed his siiop to
the iih'ive loealion, on Ivist Main str-i't,
where he is prepnn'd to execute, in 11 neat
and durable style, all kinds of work- iu his
line. He hopes to receive a lile'ral shine of
the pal roiiupe , fee I i 11 con lid en I t hat froipi his
facilities in the business, he will be uhlo to
re mler 0 11 1 i re sa t i sf.ic i r n t o ;il 1 .
f Prompt attention civeu to all orders for
i. Collins. II avi n f p'l rchuseil a neat II m rse,
j he will atte nil 11 1 1 fit nera Is 1 0 the cemele
w rics, w hen desired.
EO. M. 'ASK.
Protect Your Own! I
FTl". R siibseri'iin for llie
.u.s, as iu d 11 - '
xv ly baiiiid. to ke
11 1111 witli lim Nav and;
Politics of th
times, von will want lino th e r 11a- '
per, more exclusive')' devoted lo your b tsj iucss, 1
sucn us 1
Farillill". StOflv Raisin-' fiH-iIonMI
U ', 3iM'K Uanilll.Iip,
And should imineil iatel y oin with vnur ne I jrh
hors iu a club, or send by yourslf, for the
YOU 'Ml XIV, I'Oli 1 -MS,
Tho Star that never sots!
Published at Col 11 minis Twice 11 Mouth, beein-
iiin;r v, i(h Jiiiiuarv each ye ir.
Urim full of N'-winul Orieinil Reridin;! The
Cliuinpiiin ol Labor and Farmers' Rights!
Tt iims iu'te copy, I u year Three copi es
for $'J--Six copies for iJ,l--Nine c opiesfor $lj ,
and a copy extra to the guller up of every ciub
U J'lininire at your I'ois! OilU'e, or fend fura
specimen, und L"'t up u club
nei"hhcis. Sueciuions S 'lit Iree.
Address, S. D. HARRIS,
uov iHwM Edilnruiil Publisher, Columhus.
Insurance Capital Enlarged.
" V'.; ,: ; A. . -.. 4.:-..
'to. t-,..j , f(r--v-.v
Incorporated 1819 Charter Perpetual
CASH CAPITAL Enlarged July 7ih, 1S37, to
AliSnI.l.'TE AND I' NIM PAIRED!
Surplus 422,101 11.
With the prestige of Thirty-Eijh t Ycats
S.:rnSi and Experience.
M. A. Tulfle.
T. K. Ilraee, Sr
E. A. Iiulk. lv.
S. S. Ward. '
1 1. F. Davis .
R. Maiher. E.
II. Z.Pratt. A
I). Ilillyer. T
C. II. II rui nurd .
E. G. RIPLEY, Pr-sident.
T. A. ALEXANDER, Vice Prrsideut.
TIL IS. K. Bit ACE, Jr., Seerelarv.
I. i:i:.m:h, .vnciai Agcm.
Against tho Dangers of Tire,
FERILS CF INLAND NAVIGATION.
At as liher.il rules and rates us risks assumed
permit of for solvency und fair piolit.
Especial attention paid to insurance of dwel
lings, farm properly o ut-hiiildiugs and con
tents, fc u oh insured for pxriods of from three
to live year on tin' modi favorable terms.
IS" I.tSSKS I'tjfirAltl.V A IMC ST Kit
I AMI PlliiYll'TI.Y r.MIi. LtiSSKS PAH!,
If wealth, with a prompt ult.uilion to a h'git
j imate lusiiranci) tmsiness uud the X''cuilon ol
coul racts in goo 1 faith, have an inducement
with Ihe public iu sideeting their underwriter
we refer them for test of quality and our
claims to their patronage, to records of past
services, t enrle r i n g their cent iu nance, with in
creasi n g ahil ity und facilities in future.
O'Clioice lira I -class indemnity may be effect
ed w ilhou t ihdu y. wil h this well known und
aide corporation, with D. MILLER,
oct 15 mil Agent. HiHshoro.
ileal Tslalc by Ordtr of
Hi" I'Mli :iv of Dei cnilier.
at 2 o'clock. P. M., there will
he cold, ut public vemiue, on the premises, to
Ihe highest bidder, the following real estate,
as the propeity of Job Wameslev, dee'd, to
wtl: Situate iu tho counly of Highland uud
Statu nf Ohio, on the waters of tbu oust fork
of Wl iti null creek, put t of Corueiius Ski liner's
survey jnu. lii.i.), and bounded and dct,-
crihed us fiplloivs:
Heginiiing at u (limn 1(1 links west of a
' hickory on the west side of the Newmarket
und Ripley road, in one of the original lines
of hu id survey, and running thence Willi suid
i original line near said road S., i) deg. W. f.-l
j pole to a stake, thence wilh the renter of said
I road S. ti cog. E. .'i.'ij pubs to u stake, the
! northwest ci rnr to Samuel tirant's laud.
thence Willi ono of his lines end the center of
a counly ro.et liMidinir to Sugurlree Ridge S.
i di g. E. D'J pules to a sUino, the southwost
; comer to the land of Charles Carr, thouce
I with one of his lines N. HI deg. E. U7A poles
I in a smile, ti ih In and dogwood, in a lino ol
I the land of Samuel Uraut. llience wilh saiil
line N. ,8 dig. W . Ill poles (crossing said
Ripley road ut HI7 pob s) lo tlie pluce of be
ginning: Com li.iing sixty-live ai d one-fourlli (G.'i';,)
acres, it being a. pal t-uf Curuelius Shinnei'i
survey No. lo'.t.
Appm'sod al Hi.teen hundri'd an d thirty-one'uiidioiie-f.,uith
( lii.'ll i -j)"doHitrs.
Terms of Sule Ono-thiid cash In haiid.ono
tiiird in one year, and Ihe residiiu in two veurs.
llie deferred payments to be aeeurtil by good
persouitl security, w lib interest therm. n from
tuy ol mle. liy R. N. liASIv 1 N,
Alt'y , for II. J. Ilelhf ringiuit anil Ueo. Weill
eriugluii, AJin'is ol Jub unioslv, dic'd.
Iiov . Ji 1
Al l, H Vlt. t
.oiicniif,a ir UK nwiion::!.
HAIR RESTOfl AT! VC.
WK CA.r. THE ATTENTION OF:
nil, old end pouitrt, to this wiiid'-rrn I .
preparnlinn, Mblrli turns to IIm oilpjreil roU
n r, firsy liair OTrs Hin liend of tlm bft!d
wHIi n ixtriitt (frowtU- rpMimvfs the dand-.
riiil", itf:liif(r, nnd all rufuepons ettiptioppi
rn !! n rn pit innut U pW of !, rM nml fl niils ;
snd Ivnrr, if lifted it rt-olsr dresinjf fot
the hair, n ill prenorve lis color, nnd keep II
from Inning Irt extreme old ge, In nil Its lis!"
nralbeauly. We rail then, upon the bald, l)i
pray, or iltt-esied in sili, to use il; s"d suroly,
llie )oini2 will not, as tliey vuluo Hie flowiip
Inrks.or IIia w (I r i n it ruil nvtr ipp wilhl'Ul
It. Its praise I upon the tongues of thons
Wulerfpird, Ms., Jnly 2.1. 153,
rriOl". O. J. WOOU: With riifiHiir, ia
I tcijriiinenrl ynur Iuir Kesturulire, ns beinjf.
the inest enieiiejoos art iele I eTer saw . I liavt
used the Wphennil olber prepnnillrns of
the i!ey, nil wiil.oitt pllee.l. .Sines n-iiig7Of
Hair Kesinmtiva, my huirand nlilrkers, wlilclt
were ulwiiys while, hevs gradually grown
ilurk ; a nil I iiov f-rd reundcnl. Dial a few
more npplirutinns will restore them to their
nuliirul color. Ithnsalso relieved m of all
diiiidniir und 11 listen Hunt luliini, ko cxielncii 1
among persons h bo perspire frrly.
J. G . KILO y.
North East, Ps., March 9, 19i5.
SIR: Iu consM uenco of Tavlpg hnlr, I r
s-verul yenrs past, net only pray, but perfectly
while, I have cut It short, uud worn cups to
hide it from view; but some three months
since, I was induced to oss your Restorative",
snd 1 must In justice, sav, that its cll'ecls wersj
u 'n iisl m Iraculuus ; lor il has chnnp;ed it prad
uallvloull its f'rrmcr I'plemkir, os to color,
and Iff t It so soff and flossy as In ho more
bean li Iu I til nil i t ever was, when under tin.
inflitcnc'4 of the finest oil. I earnestly, 1 1 1 i-r 0 -I
fore, recommend it to every lady as decidedly!
the best preparation for tnilet usa of nny
' thing ia the world. UETSY jj.MITII.
PROF. WOOD: lluving experienced the
iiiaci-! clleet of ourlluir Restorulive, I dro
you this upon the sulije.-t . About two ysnrs
uijo my linir commenced fallio; off and t it r it -in.T
Cuy: I was fut bi'( 'ominfj bald. I met
a frieml ho I ml used your Reslorutiva und
c online need usinr; your R etornlive iu Jnnuury
last. A lew ipplicalieus fastened my bnir
lirinly. It 1k'i.iiii lo lill Ki, prow out, and
turned back to ils ovipinal color, (Mark J.
At this timo, it Is fully restored to its orljji-
lial color, health, and appearance, and I
thccrluliy recommend its u.'-e to all.
J. I). HOES."
Chicago, II!., M:iy 1, l-.M.
Milford, Worcester co. , Mus.,rNov. 13,''.'l5.
PROF. O. J. WOOD Dear Sir: I tnko
pleasure in hesrinir voluntary testimony lo llie
inaic effects of your wonderful Hair Restoru-
live. As far back as l-J(, my liulr com-'
"'"llc"'d flliu2 oil', until lh lop of my scalp
,ecau,e bald and smooth a class, and it bus
continued lo full for tc.anv years, uotwilhstanri-
in? I havo ut''d manv celvhraled remedis'for 1
restorat ion. Seeing; your advertisement 1 vn
influenced to pive your article a Irial.und to my
utter astonishment , found, alter u few applica
tions, thai my hair became firmly set, ,und as-
aiiined 11 glossy end beautiful appearanoe; and
by llio time I hud used a quart bottle, my
bald head covered over with a young
and vigorous (iowlhof luir, ..hieh is m
f ru id one to two inches in longth, and
growing fast. Yours, truly,
New York, Oct. 2, 104.
PROF. O. J. WOOD: Dear Sir: After;
udinir the advertisement ill one of the New'
York journals, of your celebrated Hair Res--
torutive, I procured a hull-pint oui, uuo'
was so much pleased with it that I contin
ued ils use for two moullis, und am sutisfieit'
it is decidedly tlie best preparation be (ore Ihn
public. It ut once removed all daudrulT and
unplenstnt itchini; from the scalp, end lias
matured my hair uiiturully, aud, 1 liuvo n
dou ht , ie riitaup'ii tly sf.
You have permission to refer to me, all who
uterlain any doubt of its performing allj thai
is claimed for it. MIStj KEEKS.
2G 1-x! Greenwich Ar.
I huvo used Prof. O. J. Wood's Hair Resto
rallvo, and liave admir. d Ms-wonderful effects.
It restored my hesd und huir whero it lisd ful
li-n oil; it cleans 111 hemi und renders th-liuir
toft ami b in u u I li much more so than nil.
MARY A. ATKINSON.
Louisvilie, Nov. 1 , 1 -fi 1.
UrrSoldut 114 Market slr.'el.St. Lewis. Mo ,
1 IG liroadway, New York, and by ull Druj
jists. every wlieie. All kinds of funiily Pat
ent Medicines- for sale mi llio best posibb
terms, nt Professor nod's establishment. 1 14
Market street, c t. Louis. sepjhnJ
health on SICKHESS?
Tho bl oud f u r n islie s the iinteiial of ev
ery bone, tii use le. f Iu ud und fibre In tl.o
human frame. S lien pure, it secures
health to every organ; when corrupt, il,
necessarily produces disease. IIoLl.0
WAY'S PILLS operate ili recti y tip:n lbs
e I e me nts of t he st renin of I i fe , neu t rnlil ii'g
the principle of d it-ease , a nd t bus ri 'cull j
curing the niulad y . w hel lit-r located In ti e
cerves, I h o s I o in a c h , t ho llvrr.lbe bo.Vfls,
tlie mu sc I es, I he sk in, t he brniu, or aay oth
er part of the system.
Used Throughout tho "Wolc"!
HOLLOW A Y'S PILLS ure en uul ly rlTi
cucinus iu complaints common to the whol
hiimuti riice.itnd iu disorders psculiur to car--Vain
climates and localities.
Dysjiepsia, and derangement oi Ilia Ifvorr
the so u ice of 1 nil rtnil v and s 1 tleriuij, a ud the
cause uf innumerable death, j it- Id to those
c u rut i ves , i u nUcuies, bonerer aggravated,
ui'tkugusu miid purgat ive, alteratii e and to
nic; they relieve the bowels, purify Ihe ilu.
ids, and inv igorute tho ffystem and Ihe con
stitution ut Ihesanie time.
Oenoral Wealrnesa --- voua Ccm
plaints. When ull 1111110 181111 full, the renovating
and brnciu;; properties of these Pills pive
li rin iiess I o the shaking nervt a and enfeebled
muscles of the victim ol general debility.
All irregularities and iiilmeiita lucid) ut la
the d'-lical.) nnd sensitive organs of the sex
ure removed or prevented by a few doses of
tin's) mild, but infallible ulti-rnatlves. No
mother who regards her ow it or her children's
lii'tllh, should fail to huvg lliein within her
The l, o niio n " Lancet ," I hu Lou loii " Med
ical Review," and Ihe moit eminent of Hie
faculty iu O real Hi it. do, France and Cerina.
liy, hive uuloj;i.ed tlie Pills and their ilivgn
tor. Iloloirny't Pills are the lest Tfmedt)
known in Ihe world fur Ihe following
Asthma Fever nnd
Iiowol Com- Ague
plaints Feiualo Com.
Chest Disenst-s ludigeliou
1 n'dtimnmt ion
plaints Worms, of all
Solti ut the Manufai torir a of Professor
Hoi.l.owiV.hillaideu Lane, Nt,w York, und
ill Stiund, Loudon, and by all rrpevluhla
Drug i s I u , and Dealer in Medicine tluoiifl,.
out tne l' ni led Stales, and Ilia i - j v ili.ed wcrid ,
in hues ut il cents, cents, and $1 each.
J i" hue is coiikl.ierulle saving by lukiug
the I tr;fe r t. izes
N. I! . Direutions fur Ihe jn idsiiee of p.
ti.-nisj i.ievery din-rdrr aie afined ton.,, I.
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