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Walker at Washington.
Interview with the President—Discussion
of Kansas Affairs—Open Hostility
NEW YORK, Nov. 27.
' --ton r, , , .pon.lc (
ppyn t1t. !nornor Waller 1ml a luiio
jn ti rvi v Ttilij (Im Pri'sMi nt, to il.iy, ilis
cuinfr Knnn nfTnirs nt Icn-tli, ' espe
cially '" Trn,ricty of pi.(ai n! rip; the
nrtinti of tlie I'onslitutionnl Convcn
tion in not, referring the ontiro instru
mnt ti tlio p"oplo.
rinc; radically tlicy pni tod
a friend, find npi oititpil no(liir inter
view for a discussion of (lie prims mljcct.
Soma of tlirir niitnal friends hope
for a reconciliation, but tlio Lope i
fallacious:. Ttioir differences nro too
radical to admit nf nny rviinr.roinisp, and
open V.oatility is InovitaMn. '
Walker's npnuition to tlif constitution
in not founded upon tlio slavery cl,ni?e,
wtiich is only porti.tlly Hubmitlod, but
upon (lie. refusal of (ho Convention to
permit tho people, to vote against ns
well as for the ConMitution.
II regards tins as a violation rf tl:f
Federal Constitution, of tlio Kansas
Nebraska bill, of populnr sovereignty,
and tlio riclifs of self-rrovernmont.
The President expressed that if the
Constitutional Convention bo author
ized by Conirrcs, bo U bound to sustniu
their action, whatever it may be, v. bile
"Walker holds, the Application, of the
President's doctrine to sustain tho re
fusal to submit tlio entire Constitution
to tho popular vote, to be a simple as
rertion of the rilit of Conp;rcs:t to force
any Constitution upon tho territory, in
etead of leaving the people, to decide i'or
Walker has necr yut seen the Con-
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11 is, au cnoris vi inu i nn ci n men I io
ob'ain a eopy liming fiiled.
is feared that its signers will be
r .1 ,
driven out of the territory, that the
Constitution v.-i 1 1 be considered as spu
rious aud that the State Government can
never bo set in motion unless by the
Walker declared that he cannot ac
quiescc with the action of tho Cornell-
tion without violating the pledge ho
gave, sacrificing bis honest convictions
and making himself infamous.
If resistance is made in tho establish
ment of a State Government, the Pres
ident will necessarily rail upon the Gov
ernor of tho territory to exercise force
to put it down.
This, with his sentiments, Walker
fo n not and will not do, uor will bo re-
From Washington—The Cabinet
on Kansas Affairs.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 27.
As far as can be ascertained tho Cab
inet nrc united in sustainiii!; the ac
nei arc uimcu in susui.n.ng i ne ac-
tion of the Kansas Constitutional Con-
io increopie, uisunturatooa ilia;,
e nerecd that tho niodo proposed
Whatever preference there may liavc
been for toihinit tin., the cnt ire-( '.instil ,1
all are nerecd that tho niodo proposed
for the inhabitants to settle the question
of slavery, as one of their domestic
institutions, lor themselves, is in ac-
cordance both with the letter and spirit
of the Kansas-Nebraska act.
f?T. Lov is, Nov. 30. A ' Delegate
Convention of the Tree State party
Kansas, has been called to meet at Law
rence on the 2d of December, to ta
into consideration the present condition
of the Territory. Sonic course is to
pursued relative to the New Constitution
to be adopted.
Recognition the Republic of Nicaragua.
Tho present government of Nlearasua
has been r.-co-ni.ed in the person
its Minister ( In the 17th November, the
minister, Mr. Yrisarri. bad a reception
1 y the BroMdont. This is of coutm-.
repudiation hv the Admin-j
i-tration of tho tdaitns of Gen. Walker
to be President of N iearatrua. A do-
pateh to the New York Herald, dated
"NVa-hington, Nov. lJith, says:
(Jen. Walker was checkmated to-day.
A treaty has been made by the admin
istration with Nicaragua. The follow-!
ing nro some of ilio points in the treaty:
The Transit route to be throwu open
to all nations on the same terms.
Tho United States pledges isdfto
maintain a sufficient military and naval
force there to keep it open, and to occi
Our government to seize Wulker wher
ever they can find him and bring liiln
back to the United States.
Tho lake boats to be transferred to
new Transit Company, of which
White is & party. This arrangement
lia the approvnl of tho Bnglish and
A special envoy will, probably,
Fcnt with this treaty on tho L'Oth inst.
A minister wll blun tly bo appointed
Nicaragua, uho will go out with
Win. Gora Ouseloy. Judge Ito.se, for
merly of Texas, and Col. Hughes,
Maryland, are spoken of in connection
with the appointment.
The Gazette, the Kansas Constitution
and the Administration.
There is no doubt that the Adminis
tration has determined to repudiate
jiroini.se under which it came into pow
or, and to briiv' in Kansas as a .slave
State, against tho known wishes of
largo majority of its people. Gazette.
Wc would like to dee the Gazette pro
duce its authority for that statement.
A'o aro satihfied that it lias no founda
tion in fact, and wo call on it fur
evidence it has to sui-taia its assertion.
Mr. Bivkana.v stated in bis letter
certain citizens of New F.nglarid,
'Slavery already exists in Kansas;"
this announcement ha made on the
of tho Drcd Scott decision.
Slavery, therefore, already exists
Kansas. Tho Kansas Constitution
supposed to be silent on tho bubject
Slavery. If the people bhould
down tho pro-hlavery clause which is
bo submitted, then slavery would etist,
by virtue of tho Dre 1 Scott decision.
If they nhoubl not voto it down,
Slavery would also have the baiictlon
a positive enactment. It is, ''tails,
win, beads, you lose." Mr. 1! ten AN
tiured tho country that the J coplo
Ka.isas shoiil I havo a fair opportunity
to decide fully and fairly upon the ques
tion of Slavery. Tho Constitutional
C,;i: vent'oii d Miy them that lir ht,
Mr. BuvJUAnan ojU'iiu tho Couven-
tiwu. Now you J.avj the evidence.
General News Items.
l?rslin who ntnl
Th k Imi-o'i r wi -r, ok Onf. Vote ahui
Ii.t.rsTR it: i.. Vt the late Will county
(III.) election, t hero w as a tiovo'o in
Treasurer. Tho candidates 1 eln? ( U
V.'ee!;, Itepublie.in, and Ceo. Wood,
!oup;lasitn. The matter wai afterwards
decide! by lot, n tln l,,w jn r(,,os
provides, nnd Mr. AVccks was tho luekv
1'aul Morphy, a young; Lonisinnan, i
declared, on tho authority of the Na
tional Chess Congress, holding session
at New ot k-, tho champion chess player
of tho continent. Mr. Paulsen, who
plays four panics blindfold, is ranked
next to Morphy, and was only beaten
after a protracted nnd to tho spectators
AnnFST op M.ut, Pvonnrns tn It.r.t
Nors. Thrco men, named L. C. (iris
wold, lavid Lechbautn, and Solomon
Lochbaitm, were arrested on Thursday,
tho 5th in st., charged with robbing the
I'niteil States Mail. Criswold was ar
rested at Hali'sLurc;, one of the Loch
baums at Knoxville, and the oth?r at
lilmwnod, Pcoriseounty, Illinois. They
were all Mnjre drivers, carrying the Uni
ted States niuil . Some Platte Valley (Ne.
brasVa) money, and about $200 in pood
money, was found pecreted in the boot
of one of the stages.
TriF. LrriiKT, TrnE. l'ricnd Taylor,
of the Greenville Journal, speaking of
tho l.ieofoeos having the Legislature,
savs: ''For our own part, we are ouito
content that the sham Tenioeraey shall
have an opportunity to t-hnw their skill
in doctoring the State Treasury, and
enrryincr fmnpl our financial matters
for the next year. It was their Mr.
tho people's money,
and they aro the very men who should
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have a good time of it.
PiiKi rs ok Cnr.t) Watkii vvos a
Mod. The New York Commercial Ad
vertiser, in speaking of the crowd at the
Cit3' Hall on Tuesday afternoon, says it
was effectual! v dispersed by a fire engine.
j whb h was brought out in tho Park fur
trial, throwing a stream of water around
, the spot whore the orator stood. Jt u
a historical fact, we believe, that a riot
was once suppressed in Holland by lire
engines playing on tho mob, who were
soon cooled by a copious shower of
water, while steel nnd shot would only
have sewed to infuriate them.
The Mormon War. General Smith
is still hero, consulting with tho Gov
ernment relative to Utah affairs. It is
not improbable that General Joseph
Lane will be commissioned to proceed
California and conduct tho war against
the Mormons. Near two millions of
, ,, .,, , , , .,l
uonars win nave ueen expciKieu on uio
, - - -
,cxl l"!""Mi . 1 ) " ,vo l" niousann
fifteen hnmfred ivagons and tliir-1
Jook to the arm v
: -niiin.iii.s- m .isiiin,uui Lorrcpona-
tci'n " i animals, and more quar-
- 1 roriua.ei s man 1110 l-.nrjIlMl uau in tiieir
llerald, Nov. 27.
Skn-atorial Elkctiox. f'olumbia,
s. C. NoV. :?(!. Kx-Governor Hammond
,-n. tn-rlnv-eleefed hv tho Stite T.,Mr;cln.
i turc to fill the scat in the T'nitcd States
Senate, made vacant by the death of
M.vn, Bonni-n ArtrtKSTEP Spring
field, Mass. Nov. 30. W. T. Tuckeman
who was formerly Treasurer of tho Kaa-
j (2r:l Railroad I ouiji any, was arrested at
bo : New Haven last night, on tho charge of
ma'' rubbery. Ho confessed his guilt,
' The evidence against Mr. Tuckcrman
is eonclusivo. lie acknowledges bav-
ing ??00 worth of stolon postage stamps,
'andvC'OOin notes on the Leo Bank of
' Massachusetts, wore found upon him.
of! The Philadelphia mall to Boston being
' missed, with others, the Superintendent
I "" ,h New York and Boston vouto, and
a 'w Postmasters, an. Special Agent Hol
enr.temptuous '"''0"k have been on the alert i'or several
'-'cki past to catch tha robber. Mr.
Tuckcrman will bo examined at New
i Haven to-morrow.
Bayard Taylor, the celebrated
printer-Poet and Traveller, about
whoso prospective marriage there was
so much paragraphing, was really
married at Gotha, Germany, on the
L'7th of October, to Miss Marie IIau
pf.n, of Gotha. He will spend tlio win
ter in Moscow.
Sknator Si mnf.k, who returned in
tho Niagara, was received on tho landing
by Hon. Henry WiLson, N. P. Banks,
Governor elect, and a large concourse
of citizens, who escorted him to bis
house, where Mr. Surnner and Mr. AYil
son made brief addresses. Mr. (Sum
ner has been sick throughout the voy
age, but his general health is much im
proved. He will take bis seat in
the Senate on tho re assembling of
Dkatii ov a Distinguish kd Caroli
nian. Among those who were lost by
tho collision of tho steamers Opclousas
and Galveston, on the loth ins., was
G en. Jamkis Hamilton, of South Caro
lina. Ho was a man well known
throughout bis own State, and bad
been in former years a leading poli
tician. He was prominently talked of
for tho Seuatorship, in place of Senator
CHICAGO, Nov. 25.
The Bchooner Antelope, which left
hero last week with a cargo of wheat
for Oswego, was blow n ashore at
mouth of St. Joseph river, last night,
by the gale, and Captain Budd, with
four scullion, was frozen to death. The
vessel and cargo are a total loss.
Winter in the Northwest.
Xiivifration on the T'pper N1 issis.si
was closed on the Kith. The cold,
early as the llith and llltli of Novem
ber, was quite severe, and the last
left Trairie du C'bieii for St. 1'uul
the lotli. Sho went up to Hastings,
where tho river was Kl,rn(-'1' with ice,
and returned. Tho river was full
'me, mid Luke J'epin slightly frozen
over. Tho l'rairitl du I'hieu Louder
We learn that enow,' between
L'iosho and W inona, lust week, was
feet deep; back of Winona it
in drifts ciht i'cet or more; ut
1'aul'n two fett, and the pineries
feet in depth. Monday the btago
lost lack of Winona, ami passed
ni-ht in the enow drifu. We gather
thee particulars from our towimniau,
Mr. Uobfi't t'cott, who returned
WcJuci.lay tvcLin, fioui thp uppor
Thursday, :js::mi I'rc. 3, 1857,
THE KANSAS QUESTION.
AVe direct tho attention of our read
ers to tho articles in this week's paper,
bearing upon Kansas affairs. It will
be seen that the disagreement between
tho Administration and Gov. Walker
is reported to bo serious tho President
and his Cabinet taking sides with the
Kansas Convention, while Walker oppo-
sos its policy, as inconsistent with the
principles of the Nebraska bill. Sena
tor Pouglas is represented as sustaining
Walker. We likewise copy an article
from tho Ohio Statesman, defining its
posititn, and declaring that the Consti
tution of tho bogus Convention must
bo rjirt'(l by Congress. Tho tight
waxes warm, and unless tlu President
beats a retreat, a breach in tho party
seems inevitable. We shall wait nnd
anxiously for further developemcnts.
l no nrsi session 01 I lie .iotli Congress
commences on Monday next. The in
dications arc that it will bo one of the
most interesting sessions ever held.
The fjuestion of the admission of Kan
sas will doubtless occupy a largo part of
tho session, nnd lead to exciting do
bates. Wc shall endeavor to keep our
readers posted up in all the proceedings
of ge neral interest.
The Cabinet Condemn Walker.
i'"1 Pi'day, the President stated Walker's
j position on Kansas affairs, and that the
i Cabinet unanimously unite with tl.n
A telegraphic dispatch appears in
tho ClcToland papers of Saturday,
which states that at a Cabinet tneetiri"
President in favor of sustaining the
action of the Constitutional Convention
of Kansas. The dispatch says :
The door to a reconciliation of the
Governor's position is now closed, and
a bitter contest between the two wings
of the party is unavoidable.
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j Ll,iMT Jkakinu on K.ivi-t. The
i Old Lino Whigs of tho Egyptian coun
to ! tics of Illinois, who last year went for
I i . i, i . .1
buehanan, aro bciniining to sec their
error and unito with tho Republicans.-
The conn ties of Janper, Bond, White,
le.'tVV 1 n I' 1 !l ll n ?1 lll'iinrilinu imv.i
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t,ns )'oar Lecn carried by the llepubli-
Wabash and Edwards, which last year
Ohio State Journal.
Our Bepublican friends, who want to
see what the Legislature, and public au
thorities generally, at tho scat of Gov
ernment, arc doing, would do well to
subscribe for the Journal. It is large,
well printed, on good paper, and edited
with great spirit and ability, by Col.
Sciiori.KR, late of tho Cincinnati Ga
zette. There is no paper in our exchange
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Prices of Products in 1856 and 1857.
Wc copy from the Cincinnati Price
Current, of Nov. 2."th, the following
comparison of a few leading articles for
two seasons :
Nov. 2C, lf.'G.
Klour, itipnr., $ri I5i 5 211
" i-xlra 5 SaiulO 11
I: cut, red, bu.,
" while '
Mai. 1 j'J
Nov. SI. 1 R57.
$1 15 t ;u
Hoc ) 100
ll.s. net 5 50(75 70 5 lOraS 75
Reef Cuttle P 100
tin. cross, 2 50(il1 7S 2 50t-t.1 50
Mes. Poik.bbl., i 25 IlinUSj
I.ard, prime, bbl. It.. 9 10";' 10)
Green Slioulders 4 J 1'.,'
Sides b G
" IUin Crr(7 "'i
Vl,iky, gal. ' Ui 17
Farmers who complain of lor pri
' (remarks the Trice Current) will
Uml it difficult to discover much cause
for dishatihluctioti in tho foreoinf:
cotuparihon, opccially, if tho fact is
Lomo in mind that croM aro much
larger this year than last, and that
(irocerics, l)ry (Joods, Hardware, Sic,
articles that are among tho licccssaricH
and luxuries of life, ore lower than in
lIjlj-7, and i rou.ie to he still cheaper.
In tho articles named there i.s a differ
ence thi.i year, in favor of tho consu
mer, of fully 1!.") ct.
The President's Message.
No arrangement has yjt been made
in regard to the transmission of the
President's Message in advance of
delivery. It U probable, however, that
the newspaper press will be (supplied
with copies by the means hcretofoio
The President on the Mormons.
The New York Herald's Washington
letter writer, under date of Nov. Uth,
The administration aro considering
the Mormon rebellion, and the steps
bo ttikcii with regard to it. It is pro
posed to capturo souio two thousand
Saints, now located in California,
well an Dr. llernheisol, ilrigliam Young's
delegate to Congress, and hold them
hostages until it is ascertained what
Prophet intends doing. Gen. Cass
Hccum to think this cannot be done un
der tho Constitution, but the President
thinks di.'l'crcutly. A utate of rebellion,
Lb Buys, actually cxhsta, and ia;.i.Ial
Tlir: Wkahimi lias moderated great
ly r.'neo our last i'sue, nnd is now coin -pnrativi
ly. pie i-:.nt. A heavy rain fell
on Sunday night and Monday morning,
vvhiih with tho previous thaw has made
tho roads exceedingly bad.
J'tUnhnrqh Ifrvirw October,
number oontains nine articles,
;'s Complete Edi
tion of th Works of Lord Paeon; L'd.
Napier; ,'id. Tho Mediterranean Sea;
P.h. Henri Martyn's History of Prance;
5th. Landed Credit; (ilh. Lives of the
,(.'hicf Justices of Pngland; 7lh. Tl
Highlands Men, Sheep nnd - Peer;
8th. Harford's Life of Michael Ange
lo; Dili. The Indian Mutiny.
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The Hog Trade.
The Cincinnati Pried Current of last
week (Nov. 25th) says:
Tho receipts aro increasing rapidly,
and with very favorable weather we
i nmy look for an active market tho
The Hogs coming in arc fully fat,
and are generally largo. The trade
having now fully opened, we this week
commence giving our customary weekly
report of the receipts.
Our advices from tho West report
generally a backward season, and farm
ers anxious to feed their hogs as long
as possible. In Illinois and at all points
wesfif that State, money matters aro
'interfering vcrv materially ivith packing
. . j i -
j operations, it being found impossi
to negotiate drafts made against ship-
llll II in.
I "'V pc-noraiiy rcpoi ten nimnd
. ant and fat, and the indications arc
isuong Hi iaor oi a jiuii; unu i.ue sea
son. 1 rices at most oi tne leaiunir
i season .
points, were, last week, nominal
Tho receipts nt Cincinnati th
up to the 21th November, were
against 70. 7ol to fame time ! :''t ;
Packing commenced lat year on
1st; this year not until the 11th.
In reference to tho fallii.- o!f in i. -coipts
this year, tho Piiec (.Y.rreut re
The receipts at this port, since tho
commencement of the packing season,
aro !";( " ct. short, as com paved with
last year. The deficiency nt Louisville
is about 7. 'j et.,nndat all the packing
points in the West, tho deficit ranging
from TjO to 7." p ct. This, however,
must not be regarded as evidence of a
short crop. The season is late, supplies
are backward, and wo shall probably
have later packing and heavier re
ceipts for a month preceding the close of
operations, than formerly.
Position of the Ohio Statesman.
The Ohio Statesman quotes tln.
apoloetio articlo in the I'luquirc-r, as
suminfr that in ?pite of tho Schedule
of tho Kansas Convention tho Ton-
stitution can be amended boforo ISO I,
Even if we concede that tho people
may and will amend this instrument
next, spring, what follows? Why, it
will bo iiioonesttible proof that a con
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MllUiaoil m us juiuuu upon ilium ul;uiu?i
their wishes, in contravention of the
Nebraska Act, and in violation of
thousand pledges, i'his being so, it
is our beliel that a voto in lavor ol thej
constitution of tho infamous ''twenty-
ei.'ht," will forever damn tho Northern
democrat who casts it in Congress. In
tho cinjihatic words of the Philadelphia
Press and the Chicago limes, "UK kk.ai.k
His ixio.M," by falsifying tho record of
his party, and betraying the trust of his
The Statesman of Saturday also con
tains the following:
THE UNTERRIFIED DEMOCRACY.
We have received many from
active, induentiul and unwavering Dem
ocrats, adjuring us lo btaud fa.-t by the
principles of our party, und popular
sovereignty, nnd inking us whether the
Democracy wild reject tho constitution
of the twenty eight traitors, when it is
presented to Congress. Jn rijcirncr. tn
oir jHjitition, nnr frit ml nail be, wmhmI
that it it tnhcn forbi lti r ir fur v:orc, anil
irill le. iniiiiitninril tn the lurt i .i trr.iiiiti.
In answer to tho question whether tho
Democracy in Congress will reject the
constitution of the twenty-eight, we
answer that thev will, and here follows
our authority, the lint of heuiocralio
papers that e,o for its rejection, out-and-out
Providence. (It. I.) p.t.-t. Funny's
Philadelphia Press, Detroit Free Press,
Pittsburgh I'nion, Toledo ( 'oui inen ial,
Milwaukee News, Dubuque Express,
Davenport (Iowa) Democrat, llullulo
Courier, N. Y. Journal of ( Nun men
Louisville Democrat, Illinois State
Itegistcr, (laleiia Courier, l'reejiort I!ul
Ictin, I'rtiana Constitution, Wnodsfield
Spirit of D'.'inocracy, Mansfield Shield
and lianner, (luernscy Jctlersoiiian,
Pciston Post, Springfield (Mass.) Argus,
Princeton (III.) Democrat, Inlander uml
Argus, Pock Island, (111.) Indianapo
lis (Ind.) Slate Sentinel, Clermont Sun,
Albany Atlas and Argus, licllaire
Democratic Era, Cbiciq'o Times, and
A rf l true.
Tho office of tho Hamilton hili lli'n-rr-r
the properly of the lain P. W .
Ifalsey is offered for salo by bis Ad
ministrator, lr. W. Hubcr, at private
sale, previous to tho Ilh of l'eeembcr
next. It is a valuable establishment,
with a liberal list of subscribers Mid
other patronage, nnd is located in a
flourishing manufacturing city of eight
" II nl hni ; 1 thru .' thr hnv'int n flhrir kin1 !
Whim imlliT slur unitr,ait in nnf f-ilf
U Icir tic iirtt, Ihiir Jhiliimn, anil thrir heinq
.MAR IUKI) (In tho mill ultimo. I. y J . II.
II iiflK-y, Ks q ., Mr. Jamfs II- Ihavkiis uml
Mian Mai.imia I'ABKKn, nil of ill in C"ll III y .
On the I !)t h lilt.. Iiv l!tv. I. K. Ilroivnson ,
Mr. J.U. Moo mid Mifs Columiiia A. Ulai.k-
On tlio lOlli lilt., Iiv Rv. II. Pteken, Mr.
Jai kiiin Kfnnkb n ml Minn Maiiv I. Hai.ntkh.
On tlm 2Mli nil., Iiy I!ev. M. l.'alvnrt, Mr.
JnKrn V. P. it nnd ilisi M assif. Dai uvh
ri.F, nil of tlii county.
On tlm 2!Hli ult.,).v lini'. 1. t. IVnll, Mr.
Ai.nKRT Kim.ru n ml Min Mici.vina Huntfr.
On the .r.ll lilt.. lv I'cv. j. V. El.nn, Mr.
Bfvj. A. Wn.i.f.TS ami Mim araii A. Tiiohn
neno. On llm ltli ll.,liy llio Finn', Mr. Edwin R.
Mono in nnd .Miss Khancm 0. I, us.
On Hi" mnifl rluy, lv tlio same, Mr. Ki.l Wn.
iiin mid Mis Mauv Pm tii.
At tlio rrsidc urn of llie lirido'n futlior, In
llillslioro, mi ilirdlth tilt., Iiv Rev. Dr. Stei'l,
Mr. Ciiaiii F (!. Rnunrn. of I'.t Ishiirirli. I'n ,
nnd Miss Haiti i: 1,., only il.oi j;lilur ol
Knllis , r.sij.
DIK.I") In lies placf, o n 11 1 '-til lilt., ef
ruliiuimirv CniiHUinplioii , I'r. Wiij.um III ( k
nf.r. lain of I iforjjiUowii , lirowil county, O,
npivl .'M ycuis.
Tlio ilofii'iiHi'd, tliuui'li youn;, w;i (lislia-
j;u isles! fur skill and uliil ity in Ins pri fi-ssion and
posHfHcd inlt'llcctiitil enuowmpiilN ol no com
mon order. His kind uml gpnllq milliners won
th nfloclion anJestenui ol "nil wlio kimw lilm,
ii nd his n nl iin.'ly ili'iitli will Ihi Bincrrely In
nienli'd by many friends, to whom ho w;m rn
iloai.'d ly hi unliable traits of elmmot'T. He
Ic.ivcD b rmroavrd widow mid ono child In this
plaoK. lis remains wore tuken to Cincinnati,
mi Tui'sd iv , lor intoruimil in Sjirim Cirovn
Cenu-k-ry, besidu lh bodii-s of two of his chil
IIoi.i.oway's Oimtmknt Asn I'n.i.s. Pourcss
ed of thfsn remedies, every intii is los own
family nhysieiaii. If his wile, nnd children
urn troubled with rruplions, sons, tumors,
while swellings, sore lliroiit, (istlimn, or nuy
hII'it lion of I he sk i n, cln nils or mm dm, h per
seveiiiiL' use of llie Uinlineiit in ull that i.s nee
enry to prndue.o u radical cure. If oil the
jollier III ml , t lie internal organs aro iissliiled by
i disease win llier il be loealed In Ihu liver. Hie
Isiomaeh or tho intesiines hn can emdieatn il
by iidiniiiislerini; tlio pills to llie salleres, mi
lder tlio tubl'U'-o 'f Iho clear directions wbieh
' aecouipany every box.
I TO IIEDICAL STUDENTS.
A Thlu-t, intilliii' llm holder to u Kull
, Couusu of I.rclnres in tae Cincinnati Kcleclic
I Coll f .Medici lie, w ill be eulii at u coiisider
i aide tl ihi on ut KOU CASH, if apjiiictl for kooii.
! Address i!cj editor of this paper. novSdtf
. ( -
Ccld Weather has Come!
s -l .-paud la nil pp!y his rus'oiners o ml the
pu'idii: with the Ircl nd clie: pes (
In this niai'liot, embracing everv di hoription
COATS, ovl:nr()ATSi BANTS,
VESTS, CNBKUWMAK, SIIIBTS.
A nd every nrticlij ni:el fur Men's u o I Doys'
Woar, in nlo of the b sl iiiulrriii's and in the
most fashionable, style", at prices to sail the
AIsj IIA'IVS and CAP.S.in gient variety.
Call and examine his bIocU, if you want bar
II J'illgli .Street, u few doors toulli of Ear
llillsboro, Nov. 2(i, 1.3(7 nov2b' tf
PATTEIiSOX, UNUIMiLE & CO.,
I ivea largo and corupleto usscntme nt of
alojjue, together with a fine lot of
GROCERIES & SADDLERY,
ul of which they nro sell ing TO SUIT THF.
TI .MKS.or us cheiipus the cheapest.
Also, a !urj;e lot of
Cincinnati, can be obtained at this oflice at
considerable discou nt from the regular price.
Young men wishing to qualify themselves
.Mercantile Dusiness, will lind lhi one of
best institutions in the West. j y 21
i RonHisli.l(, of articles In the Dry Goods car
1 pa.' . a, rlT
a!U yc, Yrk price ITCAI.L AND S
, rATTKILSON, VANW1.NKLE & CO.
I Tickets for u Full or Halt Course of In-
struetloii ut Gundry's Connnerclul College,
lias given many a Good llusim's.
lias si veil many a Kuil i ug II ashless,
las reseueil many u Lost fineness,
ll.is revived ninny a Dull iiusiness.
lias enlarged many aSinall llusiues..
Has iieservcd many u Large llusintbS.
Has ureale.l many a New liusiuens.
II is secured suceess In every business.
Will kill off OUI Kogy Itnsiness.
Aud cuuse inniy lo mind their Husinens
W All TED!
(I IKE, 1 2 or 13 yeiirs of n;e, lo nurse
children in a snmll fumilv. Apply at
SEND foil "if."
Tlie most superbly illustrated Magazine t
published in America, in Hi" December number
of Ihu ('nsiiiopolilaii Alt Journal, containing
ixly Splendid hiigriivliiH, and civiiiK
piirliculiiis ol the beui-fils ol tbo CuMiiopulitau
Ait Asscciuliiiu. u yeur; Binylo copies
copies will be sent to nil pelnOIIS
who wi ll tuMibscriba on receipl of livu pusl
ii(!u stumps, ( I A ceiils.) See advertisement
II. is puper headed "UnlliaiU 1'runjircluii."
Aiiilreh. C. L. DEKI! Y , Actuary C. A.
liruadway, .New York.
Valuable Town Property at a Rar
fi - l., A new Eusiness House,
" 'lif the ceulur of town, one of
i most desirable business stands
lu'tlie "place; also a huiidsoine llrick Dwelling,
ul. uounllv situated, lieur llie new 1'eiuule C-ol-
I.M.e. are ollered lor sale ut aburi-iiiu.
puriii uluis in;uir of the Editor of this paper,
Hi. VI If"
III LLSIIOROUGII l-EMALK C0LL1X1F,
'PIIK TAI-I- Pl'.SSION of thin Institution (tlio first Passion In tli now tiou) tins opuno d
I Willi onu linnilr.'d nnd fivo )iinilfl, twonty-soven of wlimti honrd In tlm Institution. The
W inti-r Sosliin will Ix'gin on tlio l'msr Mono at in January, 1s3j3, and conlluuo tliirloou wek.
TFiiMS! rrn. skssion:
rnintlnir nnd Drawing, rcli,
nonnllnp;, Including washing, per woek, f "ll
Tuition in l'rrpnrolnry P.-piirlmont, Ml III!
" In other Di-purtini'iil.s, 12 (Ml
Music lessons, entra, 12 tl"
I'so of I'inno. to or.ictiro. '1 tl"
D r Ivir.h new seliclnr pnys yl to mo i.inrary aim coins por ho rioii m lerward.
Tlio new pl.t i of (liH('iiliiei works well. All nrJ pleased nnd snlUfin l. For more particular
In formation see "Circular," which inny ho olit lined nt tlio liookatoros I n llillshorouifli . or by
implying to llm Hiihsorilnr. donHwG J. Mcl). MATTIIKW3.
Shot Guns at Cost.
K1NH riBMnr Imeni of fcMOT CCNS, Kn
. glisli Double '' isl, uml Amerieiiil limn
U fiiclu re, M eh I nm mllinir
BOSITIVKLY AT COST,
TocloHO out the tloik. Also Powder nuil
Shot. J 11. .MULLKNIX.
ODrup;g-i5t and Apothecary, ci
(H.D SWMi OF KINO 4 TO., MAIN ST.,
rlONTINlTS to keep on hand u large nnd
' ...I. ..I.-.I pi... k f l'nrsii
DIM'IJS. MKIMCINIC-! anii tMIKMICALh,
l'.MNTS. OILS AND DYK-STU KKS,
Pure Liquors for niedininul purposes, W indow
Chi.ssnud Pullv , Perfunn rv. Soai's, liruslies,
and a great vm leiv of
I'sually kept in slmila r f slulil islinienls , nil of
uhie.h he Hill sell it I prices to suit I he tin.es
II rA mipplv of nil the popular PATENT
M I'.DIC I N uKvnyson hand.
U "Purl I,- u In r nt lent inn paid lo compounding
YSICIA JVS' riiLSCKU'TlOMS.
Hi Ihboro, Pec. 3, Ir.".7. dee ly
LCOIi I1EKE, CVCKYRODT!
Honey to be Saved!
Great Reduction in Prices
oscjih Iff. IMulioiix
Is now r. c-iv Ing ut his 0 Id Stund.un entirely
I'resh nnd Conqilele Flock of
AND FINES CUTLERY,
Wlii'.'h lit) is dd'j rniiued lo sell for
CASH or COUNTRY PRODUCE,
AS CHEAP OH CHEAPER
Tl a a can he nought nt any store in Hills horo.
Call and Get Baiwains:
CHEAP CASH GROCERY,
Sin'. tli's Row, Main Street,
OIT03ITE THE corner IIOCSK,
HILLS BOROT'OH, OHIO.
December 1st, 1S57. uVc3 tf
Clothing. Oats, Caps,
Hoots and Shoes,
Prices to suit tho Times!
I'M UJIELLAS AND CAltl'KT-BAOS,
&r., &r., Ac
AI.SO.i fine slock of Ladies' aud Chll
dreii'a SilOFS, of every variety.
1 Invite the public ceuemlly lo itive me
cal I, as 1 inn brlliiif; ut ulinost oust for CASH.
I rCall and examine (ur yourselves.
One tloor west of Kiblor'a Comer, opposite
the Ellicolt House.
dcatf H. II. JOHNSON.
Abrubuin Hhosds, I'M
II 'ill i I1F.I
" r. lor iiruuii
Jos. E. Juhuson, Dcft.j llit,lUlld
IVotire of Auaclinunt.
1 lielore Jacob J. Iliser
I a J ustire of the 1'eat
( lur ItrUHherell To.
ON the nth dny of November, A. D. 1H!)7,
said JuhUcb IsmieU uu order of ultuch-
,t lu tlio above acliou lor His sum of lour
dollars aud tiUeen cents.
notytiw3 AHRAHAM KHOAD, riff.
Dissolution of rarlnrrship.
f IMI V. pirt nerslil) herelofnre e Isi i nj under
I ihefiriiiof V.. fc W. W. HOLMK.H, In
the Drug liiooness, whs dissolved Iiy mutual
consent, on the 21st dny of October, 157.
I'iilher pit itncr is nuthoriz.'d to seltlis lb
Imsiuess of the Inle firm, und nil perrons In
deliled to the siiuio, ure reqnesled to make lm
incdiala pnyniont. IIOLMI'.S,
HilUbnro, Pec. 3, 1M.r,7 . dec3w3
"IROM this lime until THR FIRST DAY
T i)K JAN' IT a It Y NK.XT, I will derouev- .
rlusivo attention lo druwing off all accounts
found on my Ledger, preparatory to settle
ment, mid nil Accounts nnd Notes llmt remain
u npnid on the lirst d ty of January, will POSl
Tl VI", LY ho left with the proper ofiice rs for
collection. We mulie no distinction Il leb r
low, rich or poor every claim must be paid
in December. Whut advantage Is il that a man
is rich, or nluimluiiily nldo to pay. If In lo't
pay? Wc liuve liuhililies to ll isclio rjjo, nuJ
they mail ho met.
Tti,mm Ifyonow anything at J. fl.
si"- Mci.i.rMx'e, nnd luil lo pay by the
first day of J tiiiuiry next, you will be sued, as
sure ns death or Tain.
J. II MULLENIX.
December 1 , 1 857 dec3lf
r"MIR Stoelibolders of the Itipley nnd Hilta-
borough Turnpike Rond Company are
notified to meet at the Ollieo of K. K. Stiaw, in
R1PLKY, cu Iho 1'imt Mi4ay of Janumrf
next, ( till dny) "t 1 o'clock P. M., and theu
aud there elect Directors of said Company for
the ensuing year.
CHARLES RIDGWAY, Tre.'t.
D. B. Evans, Pec'y. dec3ls
IIKII.LIAN I' I'lROSITCTUS.
FOURTH YEAR OK
The Cosmopolitan Art Association.
Dusselilorf Gallery of Tainting,
1)1' RCH AS EI) at i. cost of $18 i.tHIO! and
1- Towers' world-renowned Sliilue of ths
GKKKK SLAVK !
Re-pnrc.haiod ut a cost of six thousand dollars,
Willi several other worki of Art.in rnintinus.
Sculpture and Ilronzes, comprise the preniiuina
ta be awarded to the suhscrihers of the Cos
mopolitan A rt Association , who subscribe ba
foro tho i-i ll i day of January. 185B,at whleli
time tlio awards will lake plac?.
Trt or SunscnirrioN. Every aubsc.rlber
of Three Dollars is entitled to
A copy of the lur ro and splendid iteol Eu
rriavini . i mitled "Manifest )f(inu," alsoto
A copy of tho Cosmopolitan Art Journal for
one year, ulso lo
A'Coi liti;alo in tlio Ar.ard of Promiunis,
A free admission lo llie Dusselilorf and Co
Thus il will bo seen tint for every Tlir
Dollars paid, the subscrilier not only rc-Cdle
n Splrnilitt Thrrr Dollar Engraving, bul also
the beautiful 7re.) Dullar Art Journal one par.
ICunh sulisci iher is also presented Willi a cer
liliculo in tho Awards ol Treiiiiums, by vhieli
a vuluahle worlc of Art, In ratining or Sculp
ture, may be received in addition, thus frlviii;
lo every subscrilier uu equivalent lo tbo ralue
of Fivo Dol lais, und u Certificate ;hatis.
U.TAny one of tho leitdinj $3 Mspaiinea i
furnished , insload of Engraving nnd Art Jour
niil, if desired.
No person restricted lo one share. TIiosb
laliiu: live memberships, remitting $'5, are
eniitl' d lo tin exlra Enravin, und six lickelt.
Full particulars of llie. Association ure given
in the Ail Journal, which contains over sixty
,.i;:raviiiK'. price Fifly Cents per number.
Specimen copies will ba.sont to ull puron
whod.eiro lo subscribe, on receipt of Cio
post il' lamps, ( I 5 cents )
Address C. L. DERI1V, Actuary C. A. A. ,
s Ili oadway. New York, or apply to
d,c:i J. IC. MARLAY, Ilun.Sec'y.
Low for lash.
II nu-rnlnir Flulu at 75, fowdrr at
I I, Shot nt I II, Alcohol at tit), Linseed
Oil at bll, While Lead nt $125. Fully 6Vj.
I.ard Oil $1 V I, and most other articles at lik
low fienres for llie Cash down. Our rule ia:
'iiv down when llie articles aro bought NO
Credit. JAMES 1SROWN, AKut
due:! Fur J. Kibl.r.
All Kinds of Ilardware,
CUTLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
Comer Main and Short Str eta,
Opposite llie Ellicolt House,
(nO.lAV, NOVIIMBEIl 30, IH5.
Little liami A, Columbus & Xenli R.R.
EXCLUSIVELY AN EASTERN UOUTK.
a I'F.UHEN VII.LE,
TO ALL THE EASTERN CITIES.
A. M. Lilibtninir Express, tliroiii;h to
) Columbus, and Clevelund without chanpe of
cars; 9.10 A. M . Express through to Bellalr,
without chant; of cars.
THREE DAILY TRAINS.
FIRST 'IK A I N Clevelaiid.I'ittsburtr.Steii
beiiville and Wheeliiir Ll(,'hlninir Express
leaves Ciiieiunuli ut 6 o'clock A. M .. for all
tho Eastern citiea. Also, Sprlnjfleld. Till
lntinstois between Cincinnati and Colunibu
at l.oveliiiid. Morrow, Xeiuuand London onlv.
SECOND TRAIN. Express Mail, leave
Cincinnitliat 9:40 o'clock A. M., for Dun
kirk , linll'ilo, New York, Huston, &.?., &o..
Wheelintr, liaitiinore, Fhiludelpliia and Wash
liictou CUy. Tills train alopa at all point
between Cincinnati and Columbus.
THIRD TRAIN Columbua Accommoda
tion ' euvea Cluclunuti at 4 o'oloek. I'. M.
arrive in Columbua at 9:45 P. and eon
nec.ta Willi trains lor Sleubeuville, WbeoliMr,
Washiniilon City, llnlliiiiore, Philadelphia, N.
Yoik.f.c, &.c. Also SprinKlield. This trala
stops utull polnlKbutwecuCluoinnutl.Sprliig
field and Columbua. .
Train run by Columbmtun 7 minute
FOR THROUOII TICKETS,
And ull Infoririiiilon.ut Cincinnati, plea.e ap
ply ul Union omoe, No. U Uurnel Hon.., or
il Ihe Union Oir.ee. on bouili east corner f
Hioudw.v and Front .Ireeta, oi.po.ir th
Spvucer llouse, oral Ibe Eastern Depot.
J. DC It A N I), fraperlnteuueat.
F.. F. FULLER, Generul Afeat.
D i'THB tlsNimin Lin call for pastwuger
at u 1 1 ti.u .i ri in. iua I Hotel for each and every
tritin. It y leaving direction at either of lb
above ollices, will call for passengers lu all
purla of the city wilhout fail.
dc3 . 11. B. KUOCLES, Conduct;.