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Matters about Home.
Hotico to Hail Subscribers.
JC y Mn il miliscril't rt vill yleiitr r, wt n
Icr that ee invnrinoli sfnp the j,nyi r at
tlitt expiration of the time juil Jr.
Altonta month before hi tin" ifli "c
tend tttch nihuriber a bill fr the ntni
injyrrtr. Thin vill girt time to renew
thf 'itilKrij'tinn and ensure, the regular
tOnliniuinrr. of the "" r.
Mann iimil be. '"' '',' until nt our n'sr
and rercij't vill be returned in the tiprr
,
Notice to Town Subscribers.
rnibacnl'ora who rcccivo their pnpers
id town, whether delivered by tho ( iir
rier or taken from our oflice or the
poKt-ofTup, will pleapo remember that
our terms nrc ns follows:
If jniid in advance, per annum,
AV it h i 11 nix months,
At the, end of tlio year,
1
1
oo
25
50
"Strike" on the M. & C. R. R.
The M. & C. railroad (teems to ho in
serious trouble again with its employ
ees. Sineo tho let day of January, we
lenrn that no trains havo been running
on tho Chillicotho and Marietta branch
of tho road, in consequence of which
there has been but ono train a day on
tho Hillsboro branch. It instated that
tho engineers nrc at tho head of this
"strike," wbieh is for tho payment of
back wages duo them and other employ
ee. In extenuation of the delay in pay
ment, it is said that tho company
has suffered severely from tho financial
pressure, by which its business has been
greatly diminished for the last low
months. Added to this, it bos lost
large fcbarc of business by the recent
rupture with tho Baltimore & Ohio
railroad, resulting in the loss of its
running connexion with that road.
All this is no doubt true, but on the
other band it is said that tho employ
ees have waited for their pay until they
can wait no longer, in justice to them
selves, and if this be ho, we cannot pee
why the company should expect them
to make any further sacrifices for its
accommodation. If the receipts of tho
road are no longer sufficient to pay its
running expenses, it is timo to wind up
its affairs, or plaeo them in tho hands
of different managers.
Tho people on the lino of tho road
will be put to great loss and ineonvc.
nience by the stnppago of the trains,
and wo hope tho company will soon
able to get out of its difficulties, and re
sume operations.
We find the following paragraph
reference to our branch of the road,
t' ? Cincinnati Commercial of Monday
The mail train on the Marietta and
Cincinnati road arrived on time on Satur
day evening, and will leave at the regu
lr hour this morning. Temporary disturbances-on
the road may prevent
going farther cast than Athens. The
accomodation train has not been run
ning to Cliillieutlic incc Thursday,
lias not yet been interrupted between
Hillsboro, and this city. Mr. F.u.us
induced the Hillsboro' engineer, Ciias.
15 row NELL, to run in and return
Saturday, but from the language
the latter while in this city, it is
probable that he can be depended upon
lor further service. Mr. Clark, con
ductor of tho Hillsboro' accomodation
has, apparently, aided the company
tlio best of his ability.
-
SCJOur thanks arc due to tho Voung
Ladies of the "Sigourney Literary
Hociation" of Hillsboro Female College,
for tickets to their Literary Entertain
ment, which, however, we were unable
to use, in consequence of other prcssin
engagements. We regret that circum
stances deprived us of the pleasure
being present on tho occasion, and
in the intellectual enjoyment
which the entertainment afforded.
understand from friends who were pres
ent, that tho houso was crowded,
that tho exercises reflected tho highest
credit upon tho Young Ladies
took part in thnin, as well as upon
Teachers. Wo arc indebted to an
lady friend and correspondent,
for tho subjoined very complimentary
notieo of tho performances, which
have no doubt does them no moro
justice :
For the News.
The Female College, and Literary
Entertainment.
Mr. Editor: Between 3- and A o'
clock, Thursday afternoon, Dec. 31st
my friends and I arrived at tho College
n rt A irrirn ti 1 1 n,u r i.wrtti,At I. h i 1 .1 i n i r
by tho worthy and accfiiuuiodatin"
1 t rot
rnncipai, xur. juatiiewb. lliere is no
peed here, of elaborate description
Tho edifico is one of tho few euljeets
in this world that will bear invesliga-
v tion. Tho moro thoroughly you exam
ine it, tho moro satisfied you arc with
tho architecture, tho workmanship, and
(he arrangement, in every department
At niht, tho "Literary Entertain
mcnt" was in a high degree grutifying
The spacious Chapel, crowded with the
best citizens, attested their appro va
of tho object for which it w "rotten
lip.
The adornment of tho room was per
foctly tasteful, being siumly wreathed
pqu jehiooiicu wiui evergreens, over
which the clear lamps shod u trunspar
cut light, that was in a degreo en
chanting. As you entered, tho very at
mosphcre seemed healthfully fragrant.
The motto, "&np by Step," Mas decided
)y nppi'opriuto.
i uu ioung ij.niien, nom ui tuo i n-
ior and Junior departments, that reprc
M il I
il the '('tlh-j;.iato", nd 'Sigoiirn
J, Horary Association," in-jiiit-
tcd themselves vt illi great (li'Hiily, nod
reflected honor upon their instructors.
The "Sri, it ,! (fills' I', inner" is very
well calculated to develops the different
gift and talents of the "Association,"
and is highly interesting.
J!ut the. crowning feat of tho per
formances was the presentation of a
splendid Ilible, by ono of the Young
Ladies, to tho President and I'rincipal
of tho Institution, the Lev. J. Mcl.
Mathews, with an Address, which I
would like to give you in Formula, if
I could. This gift was purchased by
the school-girls, nt the prico of
ZX, ns a token of tin ir ufTctlionato re
gard. The address was responded to in
a brief, but very affecting manner, by
Mr. Mathews, This, and the "part
ing song," by Miss Matiikh, brought
tears to the ryes of many of tho stu
dents and others.
Tho assembly was dismissed, tho even
ing closed; being ono of tboso in .1A i
vry's Booh, to which we will overturn,
with sincere pleasure.
ANNIE.
- --
Hir.r.sii'mo Lyceum . Rev. Mr.
Yilliams will lecturo before tho Ly
ceum on Friday evening next. Wo
have not learned tho subject of the
Lecture.
Range of Thermometer for December.
a
be
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in
in
:
its
but
on
of
not
to
Recorded nt M illt-lr. trough female College, by
J.MeD. Mathews, fiVHiiliuil.
MAY OK
MONTH.
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Rfmark. Illplie"! (omp. of innnlli
llie Cth; lowrnt tu. lo. 20, on tlie 27 til
tcinp. of moiitli 37.8. Prevailing whirls
V . Qunntily of ruin during month, 3.551
inrln.
Mnnnrandn IVr.. 2d. Pirliikle of raia A.M.
4'h. K nil 1'. M . olid Rt nielli.
Mh. Ruin A. M. and V. M.
(Jth. Siimn.
Mil. Iti.iii I'. M. nnil nt ntglil.
0th. Henry r.iin A. XI. ami 1". M.
17ih. I'n in It A. M. nnd ret of dny.
1 "U. Some lri7.zlinj ruin.
2'st Hitiii A. .M. nnd r. il.
a-lli. Same.
29ili. Some drizzliiijr ruin.
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30tli . Main most of
i-rtll.
tlie tin y mid ajuin
Quantity tf Rain find
1S57.
Jaiiiinry,
Kt'liruury ,
Ma roll,
April,
May, ,
June, ,
July,
A ujju.st,
Seplrmljer,
Oelolier,
Novpnitir ,
DeCl'lllllLT,
Melted &)inw
1.733 inches.
2.119 '
l.d.') 1 "
3.h8 "
4!)i)
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4.7'irf
I) .'.13 7
3.IIS8 '
1.810 "
3. : .4 "
4 1. -M0 '
3.4.1(i "
Total for the yenr,
Avernco te each inniith,
Dr. Sums makes the quantity nearly 2 inches
moro Ihuii this. JO. Mcl). ,M A Til i'.U'S .
For the News.
Tobacco.
of
par
ticipating We
and
who
their
es
teemed wo
than
Mn. KniTon: Much has been, and
is to be expected much moro will
said and written, on the usu of
tinic-bonorcd luxury, so universal
throughout our widespread country.
Let them talk of luxuries, but, sir, what
is a frreatcr one than the pleasure
bniokiiiir, sir.okiii!:, sir, till everyuanei
nround you is r iiiinii ng in the fragrant
odor ot the choicest llavanu.'-
This, sir, is luxury.
nouldthat I could find the man
whom tlio world Btatids bo deeply
looted lor the introduction ot tho
of Tobacco. Oh! that I could throw
my nrins around bis neck and ble.s
ns the Rrciitest bencluctor ot munkind
would bestow on him tho choicest
titles that can bo bestowed on man
Or, if be exists but in a name, I wonld
suebt that, there bo a monniueut
to perpetuate bis memory. I would
HU'jcent the lolty A lieu names tiiey
too insignificant: nor tho snow-capped
summits of tho llocky range they
not hi"" enough, but I would go
South America, and choosa tho
Cotopaxi. There, sir, let it be
and lie lorever enveloped in a
of smoke, as fragrant as of frankincense
and myrrh. " TOBACCO.
Greenfield, December l.ith.
Lofknkh, (lie murderer of his
and Sir. llorton, lma licen Rcuteiieed
bo lmtig on Friday, tlie oOtli duy
April, tip-plication for a new
wus rcfuHed.
What is Lkhal Tkndkr! Thomp
son Jinn hnute, li.it pives tlio lollowiii
"Aiiicrioaii gold coin in any amount
American silver to tlio aiuuuut of
tlnuo tent pieces to tlie itinount of
cents, and ono cent pieces to
amount of ten cents, aro legal tender."
This very explicit law will obviuto
further disputes regarding tlio
of debts.
Tlio story that Mr. N. 1 Hanks
received I? 10,000 from 3Ir. iAMUfcL
Lawuknck in contiideration of his
in shaping a tarill' to uit tho
man ul'aeturers, has dwindled
down to tho matter of fact that
Mr. Hanks, low years no, built an
to his houso at Walthaiii, ho
a $700 noto discounted at
Mr. Lawrence, his personal IVieud
political opponent, endiiihiii"; itfurhini.
When tho note matured it was paid
Mr. Lawrence made a lnoiiuiraiiduni
tiiut filed in hid books, viliiih
found the other day was nia nificd
a ?1 0,(100 bribe
Throo D.iys I.a'or from i',.iro)t.
Halifax, .Tannery 'J. The Unynl
Mail Hteatiisliip Ni.Tnrii, with dates from
Liverpool tii tin) l!Kh ult., tlirwo days
1 ;i t -T than thiii furn i f-1 1 1 I by tlio Arno,
nrriveil here t.liis innrnin;.'.
All fualities of cntton havo coiifider
ably declined. Holders are pressing on
the market. Tin) declino I'd.
nroadstnlfs closed riuiet, l'rovisioris
generally closed dull.
The ICnlish money market was slight
ly easier. The 1'ank of Franco has 10
duced its rates to six per rent.
Thfl (Himmcreial crisis eontinu''s se
vere in tho nortlien part of Luroie.
l'usiness at Hamburt- whs improvinjr.
liullion in lha linnk of England
shown a larue ifiereatie.
Franco has imposed a duty on foreign
brandies.
A further inelb'ctual attempt has been
made to launch the Leviathan.
Tho American Submarine Companies
aro said to have abandoned tho attempt
to raiso tho sunken ships at Sebastopol.
Financial troubles among tho woo!
manufacturers continue. Messrs. Chese
borough Si Sons, of Yorkshire, have fail
ed. Other failures are expected.
Tho general news is not very im
portant. Thcro are no later advices from India.
The rates of London Pisconnt-houses
nrc easier, ami tho applications to the
Lank arc light.
Tho Canada, from Loston, bound to
Liverpool, was detained on her piisn;o
here by heavy galei. She arrived at
this port at one o'clock yesterday, and
sailed again at three,
liullion in tho Lank of England has
inerens;:il XI ,'-'-, (101) din ing tho week.
Some failures arc reported nt Ham
burg, but matters are improving.
LIVERPOOL, Dec. 18.
Messrs. Ilichardson & Speneo fjuoto
Western canal flour at, '2'.'(n 27; Sniith
crn 'T(r L'fls; Ohio li7(" 2Ss. Wheat is
firm, with an advance for lino qualities,
which are quoted at fis lOdf'iTs. Corn
firm; mixed .;.;(" .l.'.-t (hi; yellow .'.!s Od
(Vlls; white aTsO.s. l'ork dull.
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Where he is Known.
S.
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The Chicago 1'ress daces no great
confidenco in the stability of Mr.
Dot'UT.As, in the position he has taken;
and us a man is supposed to he best
known where he resides, wc give what
says on tho subject.
"It is reported that after Mr. Houj;
las had defi ned his position on Kansas
in tho Senate, a Southern Senator con
gratulated General Wilson on the acces
sion of Mr. Douglas to tlio 1'cpubliean
party: 'You have got a new leader,
who will lead you to tho devil, ns he
lias led us.' Tho Republican party
beg to be excused. Their course lies'
in just the opposite direction. Resides,
the Southern Senator was probably mis
taken ns to the real posit ion of M r. I Mug
las. It is an old trick with him
face North and South at the same time,
though with the secret understanding
that thj latter can count upon him
the time. He will never voluntarilly
oreaic noni uis anegianco io i nc .slave
I'ower. Without it s aid he most cer
tainly never can be 1 resident, and even
with it there is not much prospect that
ho will be able to Fccuro the great ob
ject of his ambition."
Wearing Flannel.
it
be
this
ol
to
in
use
him
built
not
are
ino
into
lofty
built,
cloud
In our climate, fickle in its beams
sunshine and its balmy airs, as a con
ijiiette in her smiles and favor, consump
tion bears away every year the ornaments
of many social circi's. The fairest
lovclieet arc its favm-ite victims.
ounce of prevention in this fatal disease
is worth many pounds of cure; for, when
once well seated, it iiiocks alike medical
skill and careful nur.-inp;. If the
rex could lie induced to regard the
of health, many precious lics might
saved; but pasto-board soles, Kiv neck
drcsfcs, and liliputian bats, sow annu
ally the seed of a fatal harvest.
suggestion in the following article from
the Scientific American, if followed,
might save many wilh consumptive tend
encies from an early grave. Put it
at once. A V inter and summer, nothing
better can be woru next the hkin than
looso red woolen shirt; 'loose,' for it
room to move on the skin, thus caus
ing a titillation which draws the blood
the surface and keeps it there; and
that is the case no uuu can take
"red," for white flannel fills up,
together, and becomes tight, still",
and impervious. Cotton-wool merely
absorbs tho moisturt from the surface,
while woolen flannel conveys it
the skin nnd deposits it in drops on
outside of the shirt, from which tho
cotton shirt absorbs it, and by
nearer exposuro to the air it is
dried without injury to tho body.
Having theso properties red woolen
flannel is worn by sailors even in
midsummer of the hottest countries.
Wear a thinner material in summer.
wife
to
of
trial
."
tliir
ly tlio
all
belllc
luent had
intlit
cnoo Man
Haehusettii when
ad
dition ob
tained EncoukaciIno to tiik Uni.kauxt:i).
Hon. Andrew Johnson, who has
been fleeted to tho United States Senate,
from Tennessee, to succeed lion.
C. Jones, presents in his own person
of the most remarkable examples of
proper ambition may attain 'under
institutions. His origin
very obscure, and of educational advan
tages in early life he had none.
manage, his wife taught him his
und while he prosecuted his calling
journeyman tailor, to support his
he acquired the simplest rudiments
education. I5ut advancing step by
reading with avidity studying
nnd Htrivine pmisfji n tl v tit iititirovo
condition, he, ht.K at last attained one
the most cuuiieiit tiiisitiinis in tho trilt
h's countrymen. It will be remembered
Representatives several years ago.
IIankmann R KcoNvtarco to Common
At a Hieclinu; of ' Spiriliialists,'' an
was brought forward dreadfully ulllicled
ulcerous scrofula that ull the doctors hail
to cure. It was proposed to appeal to the
land for advice, ami a lloincopathin
present Interrogated the departed spirit
llaiiemaiiu as to what remedy should bu
Loud and disi iuot raps, uudible to the
audience, told oil' A-i e-r s C a t-li o-r-t-i-c
V-i t l e lhmer (IV. 1'. 11 Aiy.
uuk.
but
and
to
being
into
Mui'll Iras been said of lain In regntd to
Wood's Ilulr Restorative, and II is, no
all It is represented to be. It is an urlicla
pounded upun lha must scientific principles,
acting upon the hair like an April sliuwer
veelalion, enusine; it tu frow,
thick und frlossy, and tl' It is gray, tu i
It tu Its oiiejnal voior after a Irw days'
h'or sale by ail diiijeUt tii i on g
the country.
General Washington Floored.
Tho following ncl.iial
Washington's life is taken
Historical Sketches of
"Col. I luvall's tin t"i ii al n in
x from I,
incident, in
from Col 1 i ns'
Kentn k y.
citiir nrcom-
and when
trrant, in
ranieil ,ori 1 an
lie came over to cnloni.i) his
Virginia. At tho timo (lencial Wash
ingtuii was Rtationcd in Alexandria as n
Colonel of a Lritish regiment, before the
war of the Involution, an altercation
took place in tho court bouse yard be
tween him and William Payne in which,
I'nynu knocked Washington down.
Croat excitement prevailed, as l'ayne
was known to bo firm, and stood high,
and Washington was beloved by all.
A night 8 reflection, however, satisfied
Washington that ho was the aggressor,
nnd in tho wrong, nnd in tho morning,
like a true nnd magnanimous hero, he
sought an interview with J'ayno, which
resulted in an apology from Washington
and a warm and lasting friendhhip bo
hveon the two; founded on mutual es
teem. Luring tho Revolutionary war,
while Washington was on a visit to his
family, Mr. l'ayno with this Duvall,
went to pay his respects to the great
American chief. Washington met him
somo distance from the house, took him
by the hand anil led him into tho pres
ence of Mrs. Washington: to whom he
introduced l'ayno as follows: "-My dear,
hero is the little man whom you have so
frequently heard mo speak of who oner
had the courage to .knock hid down in
tho court-house yard nt . Alexandria,
bi'j nt I am.
Washington's Flourish.
it
to
Tho only instance we ever met with
where General Washington deliberately
triC'l to "cut a nourish, is related by
writer in tho N. Y. Times, vho; in rum
maging over an old ( best in tho Harpers
establishment, iorlnd what he thus do
scribes:
A rusty sheet of foolscap, of orthodox
size and rarrged on the edge, is an
autograph letter of Washington, address
ed to Gov. Georgo Clinton, under date
of March 27, 178:1. It announces to tlio
Governor the eoneluiim if tlie. 1'mee.
Tho signature) stands out from the ta
per as freshly as if It were written, not
seventy years ago, but yesterday "Go
Washington. The letter is only of
a dozen lines; it announces tho fact that
p.-aoe between tho United States am
Great Britain has been concluded "on
which glorious event," Washington
writes:
"Permit mo to congratulate you with
tho greatest sincerity."
The subscriptions must not bo passed
by. In tho lower left-hand corner, in
Washington's hand-writing, in immense
letters, is the word Peace. The Gener
al added a flourish of the quill under
neath, which we quite despair of repre
senting by any possible arrangement
printing types. He was overjoyed.
Tho frank reads "On Public Service.1'
THE MARKETS.
HILLSBORO, Jun. 6, 1858.
of
IIM1P I TM .- lit .
ncai ino continued naa roaii
nlniost s topped receipt. Prices are nominally
the giimo as last quoted 50aG 'c.
WHITE BKANS Dealers are puylnj
lor a i;oo,l article.
I I. inn il v sr.r.u ia lower. $!2. is
the, retail price, from atom.
SALT Kuiiawhu bus dcelineJ to 35c by
i) i rrei .
lMlilv is selling at $1 50..5 00 net
COltA instill suar.ie unj in dam ind at 2-
i lie.
F.GOS nre very seurco and in demand at
UUTTF.lt is in 1,'ood demand ut Ijc.
No change in oilier articles.
BUYING RATES-WHOLESALE.
fair
be
Flour,! 'bbl, 3.V.!U10(I flutter, "",. B
rornuieul, bus n.aO ' Egs , cloz
Wheat, iU.ib!) Ilav, new, fa7()(i
Corn, new, 2Ja lO Cliickeiia.duz.l u.riu I
Oats, a'J.) I). Apples, ul
Lard, lb 1 Oa"J I). Peucliea, 2 fl()u2
Wood, cord 2 (Mlu2 511; Hhcoii Hums Bi
Cuttle, cwt, net 4al 50 Shoulders,
Potatoes, bus u25 -SideM,
Greeu Apples, 2ju35, WhtHetins ul
SELLING RATES—RETAlL.
on
a
has
Kloor.libl 4 50 Sut-ar, It.
riour cwt. a2 2i N UMol8cs,gaI3,"iH-l(i
Ournineul . bu a Mi Salt, Kan. bus
Candles, lb 15 Cotl'ee. lb
Maclierel'ibbl 8 5(1 Tea, 50ul
Trout. )i 7 50 butler,
Will Kisli, " OH Cheese.
I.ard.lb 10 LakeSaltbbl
I ice, "Jt I Timothy,
Cloverseed, j Hocking Suit
a
2
Cincinnati Wholesale Market.
Cincinnati, Tuesday, Jan. 5.
mats
Curefully corrected every week, from
Latest Cltv Papers.
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
from
the
or
dinary its
soon
Corn, Y'bu
Wheat, "
Oats, new"
Flour, bhl.
Ilnjrs, not
I ,a i.l, lb.
Mess Pork
new 2da:m Cheese, WRIb.
7UaK3 Hutler Roll, lb
aDII F.);s, dot.
.'I fiOjJ (i,"i llnuns, bush,
4 li'ml HU 0. Apples, bu
ejXiiil) I). Peaches,
.
!H)al
1
a.i
9aH
o'Jn2
alii till Hay, ton bale
Clover Seed, 5 'JSaft &) Apples, bbl. 1
Timothy " 2a2 BlllPotnloes,
Tallow, rend. call Kealhers , lit.
Hops, lb. western! 7nH Wool, co.l 'I .hi',
cwt. net 4a0 Ml! " extra
GROCERIES, &c.
Tho prices herein (jlven, are the wholesale
rales. On small lots to country dealers an
vance ol from 3 to 5 percent on these rules
("cneruliy charged.
tiuirar, lb. ft3 jufi.J R ice, II).
Coti'eo, Rio, lO'.iilli?, Sitlt, Kana. Iiu.
NOMolasses.jr. iij' .aii Tobacco; leaf,
'Peas, lb. 4ila'.i Nails, Kei;, .'I 5ha5
Mackerel No I, 15 5llal 7 Leutber.Cii. .Sole
White Fish, bbl 1-2 51) Coal, fin yd 1
Cod Kish, lb. 4"';i'ii5l Whisky (-al.
Raisins, M.R. 2 SHa'J 75 Lentous, box, 3
Ilroouis, doi. 1 15a'j 50 Caudles Mould
Lard Oil, cul, 7UutS5 Soup, com lb.
There is but litlle cliati" In the
siui'ii last week. Prime qualities of
are u little lirni-r at our quotations. Hoes
lower will be found bi low
just
James
one
what
lie
publican was
After
letters,
as a
The Hog Trade.
Tho morning train on our
bein"; discontinued, we arc without
step,
cdoselv.
liii
of j" city papers of Wednesday
ol ! nur. Ihe quotations given in
I table abovo aro from the Times
Srnsk.
luvulid
with
failed
spirit
phvsii.lun
of
taken.
whole
Prof'
doubt,
rum
up
on becuiuo
linu;
appli
cation, lioiit
Tuesday evening.
Tho (Jazetto of Monday Bays :
"The Bupply is largo, nnd the
eeipts fair, ami while this state of
continues, a reaction is out ot tho
tion. Dealers aro now getting tho
prossion that hogs will continue
come forward in fair quantities
the mouth, and the movements
present favor this view. They
therefore, beiniiinir to regard 81
as unsnfo a price, us $3 50 was
sidered a, while ntro. The ruiirre
prices Saturday yas ?l 50 to 8 I
I Orirrl 75 the leadiii'' rates for
jibs, averages. 1'rovisions were
iunll, and cxecd lor crceu
which were in fair demand at (U(,i
prices were but little better than
tir.w Cim vi nt n: i r. Lookout, for
unterfcit 2iisou the hunk of Com
merce, t levclanil. I,x ce.hni'l v well
lone, iitiite freely circulate"!.
Tlie-io eon n tei lei t s en n bo known by
the fief that I'cnker Handy is si.'ned
ns 1 resilient, wliercas on the l.'lh (ct..
Kt tho date of the bill cliowu us
io vm not an oliiccr rl caul l ank.
Herald.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
To r n ous KiiMrrers.
A rU'.riltKl) t'l.l'.IUl Y.MAN'. n-trd to
nllli in a few Hiiyo, nflrr mnny yr of
grout nrrvou i fTc r i 1 1 jj , in nation to innlin
known Dm inrans ofrnr. Will 'iid Tre tlm
prrtr rip'ion nrod . I 'irrnl llie l!ev. J 'H N M
DA'iN ALT,, No. 1 VO 1 ulton street, i:ronli lyil
N .Y. octl5 rii3 m r
Tho Great Tnglish Kcmrdy.
SIR J A M Y.S ClRKK '.-4
fCI.KRR.lTlin F KM. I IX TILLS.
7 .
moTr.cTro
BY ROYAL
I.KTTKB
PATKNT.
Vrrparri) from prrrri,tinn fif Sir J. Clark
.11. P., I'liimciun l.jtrnnrdiniirij to the
Till iiivnlnnliln ini'ilieiim in uiifiiilini' In the
euro of all llione pilnfnl anil ilmiue ron il-
hkp to Ineli tlio feannlo, ronsti I nl ion I sub
ject. It inoileruten nil nrpm nml ri-movrl all
olmtruetiuiiB, and a njn'eily cure inny bo relicu
on.
TO ?IAKKIII I. III IS
t li peciilinily iMiiled. Il will in ii short tbnp
bring on tho monthly pnrloci with r'tularlty.
r.ae.li bnlllt, prien (lii liallar, benr llie
fiovi-rnnioiit Sn,nii of (Jrcat Lritnin, to pro.
vont counterfril.
CAUTION'.
Thrtt J'illt nnlH nnl lirt-lkm hif frmntc rlur
imi t,r 1'IHS'l' Til KEF! NOSTHS of Vrrq
nanry, tie tliry are mire to tirin ; on Mixcarritiir,
but nt Minf filtn r time they are rafe,
I n nil enfte of Nervon nml Spinal AITec
tloHK, I'nin in llii bin It nml I.iml,H. I'nli(;u on
ulielil exertion, l'jit jt itut ici ti of Ihn Henri, 1 1 y h -
I erica, anil W liilea. llipsii Tills w ill ellert nonre
when nil other menus liavv failed, anil ulLhonh
h powerlul remedy, da not cniilnin iron, r.nla-
mt'l, Hiiliinony, or anything hurtful to tho
Co ii i-l i I ii lion.
Full direeliiins nrcoinpniiv paeli pneknrp.
Solo Affent for tlin I'niled Slnles nnd Cnnadii
J Oil MOSES, (Lalo 1 .C.r.iildwin &. Co.
Kochenlor, New York.
N. 11 $1.00 and G posture KlainpH eiirlord
to nuy niilliorixed Aent, will iiiHura a hotlle
of tho Tills by return mail.
Kop aiiln by JAM KS DROWN, Ag't,
j-J'lvl HHKboro.
of
Una just rcceivpd nnotlipr supply of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
II ATS, CAE'S,
AND
$1
now
the
10c
B'
nl
(Ml
5b
til
Palh
n l
(M
till
!
lid
il
'a
Which They Arc Scllinr Lower Than
Ever.
CAM, A.M) SKK.
ATTHF. SIGN OF J. V. STEWART,
One door North of Fallis' Coruer,
lIILLSnORO. OHIO.
l'ROr. O. J. WOOD'S
HAIR RESTORATIVE.
I'or ltrotl iii-Iii;; Ilnir on IJ.-ilil
IIo:t!s, mill I'csloi-ius; (i':iy
llaii to liH i;iliiisil Coltir.
'PUIS nslmiishiii!; and unequalcd preparation
Iiiih never failed Io produce a growth
Bald Heads, when used according to the
rect ions, and tu rn Hair buck to Us orlpinul
lolor, lifter linvinp become f;rav, and ri'iutale
t in ull its original lieiillh, Inslrc, Miflners
beauty. Ucmoves at once ull scurf, daiidrufl,
ami iinpb iistnit i t clii ii rr . scrofula, eruptions
and feverish heat from the scalp. It also
llie hair from becoming unhealthy
falling oil', and hence nets as a nerfpet
I1A1R I N VIGOR ATOR AND TONIC.
W e annex a lew twi lificatcs, to ccriuborate
our assertions:
State of Illinois, Carlisle, June 27, '3.1.
I have used Prof. O. J. Wood's Hair
nnd have admired ils wondeiful
My hair wus becoming, as 1 thought,
prematurely gray, but by the use of tho "Re
sloralivs," il has resumed ils original
and, I have no doubt, permanently si
SIDNEY 111! EES E,
Ex-Senator United States.
A gentleman of Huston writes to Ills friends
In New Bedford thus:
To your Inquiries, I would reply, that
I first commenced using Prof. Wood's
Restorative, my hair wasalmost w hite, und
been so for llie lust ten years, and il was
thill oil the top oi mv head, very loose,
pulled out freely; but I found belore I bad
all the second botllo, (which was
weeks) my liair was entirely changed to
oiiginal color lieht brown and is entirely
free from tin nil ru IV and (jiiile moist. I
thr
loaf?
ul II
(10
'J.".a''5
01)
1)11
25
3.VI0
:ir.H:i-
had mv hair cut live or six tiimis since
change, and have never seen anything
while hair starling from the roots; nnd
now as thick as it evor wus, and does not
otit at ull. U has proved in my case all tiiut
could wisli to ash.. Yours, Ac.
yila la
uih
ad
is
5a5'
a'Jn
5a 15
75
la.'lti
(la 1 '
al.'t"
.3 l
llal'J
4ali
iniirkrt
Wheut
are
railroad
our
morn-
our
of
ro
things
ques
im
to
through
ut
aro
50
eon
i,f
80f
200
very
hams
nom
inal. Cardinsr, Maine, June 22, '51.
Dear Sir: I have Used two botttes of
Wood's Hair Restorative, mid can truly
it is the greatest discovery of the ajje, for
stortni; and chaneiny the hair. Jlelore
I was as irriiy as a man of seventy.
hair has now attained its original color.
can reccotumsnd il to the world williouf
least fear, as my cas3 was ono of the
kind. Yours, D. N. MURPHY.
St. Louis, March 7; 1T1.
rrof. Wood: My hair commenced falling
some three or fou r years since, and coniitied
to do so, until 1 bee tine quite bald. 1 tried
the popular ineiliciuns of the duy, lint lo no
At last, 1 was induced to try your
Hair Restorative, and am happy to
It is doing wonders. 1 havo now a tine
of you UK hair, ami cheerfully recomiiieud
use to all similarly stun ted.
A. C. WILLIAMS, LIS V!J
Raisin, Michigan, Aug. 2, 165.
This is lo certify, that one year u(;o, 1
quite gray, and my hair was so thin upon
lop of my husd tiiut 1 feared ils entire loss.
this condition I applied for and obtained a
of Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative, and
I bad used one quart bottle, the
hairs had disappeared, and it hud thickened
so as to bu as lull us usual, aud assumed
glossy sppearunce, apparently more
Ilia n ever it wus be lure. I do,
cheerfully recommend it lo alt those Udisswh
value beautiful head of hair. I w ill also
that I use il now, occasionally , for its
and beautifying ellicts.
SARAH J. BROWN.
Cblceco. May I,
I bave used Trof. Wood's Hair Restorative
to decided advantage. It prevents the
from coming out, and filvss it a gloss and
very desirable. Tlie few gray hairs
have entirely disappeared. Olhers of my
have used it, and concur with mo lu
11 ull it professes to be.
II EM R Y CLARK.
St. Louis, Sept. 20,
Pr. O. J. Wood I have used nearly
bottles of your Hair Reslorative, and
found its effects very satisfactory. Il bus
destroyed all d.uidrutl' from my
ami restored my hair lu ils original
which bud become quite fav.
W.M. TKUESDALE.
BiTSuld at 1 1 I Ma: kel street, St. Louis,
31ol)ioudway, Now link, and by all I
nits, eve ry w hot e. All kinds of family
o ut Medio i ues lor s.iie on Hie In .t
terms, at Trufeftsor Wood's establishment,
Muikei slieol, SI. Louis. tlsil i
7 V
. n . h. .
JIILr,S15()lU)UGll l'F.MALE COIJilXiK.
rnifF. FAi.r.
I. with on linni'roil i
Sf-ISSION of Ihi limlit alien ( the fiia-t Fr l 'he now lion-r) li T"1"'
ml I'wfi eiiiiilB, tmnly cevwii nl wlrm bourn in iiip I nm nui
Winter Sn.l.n will b.-gn on Urn .M.isimv ii jvvakv, l--3,un ciiniinuB uur,e.
TF.KMS TF.il Kt'.sslu.V:
I'riMiell I,uli(riln;p( 3 "
Por,!ir?, Inrliiilina wncliine. rrr '"k, i 1 (I I
Tuition 111 Propnriitnry D.-ihi Inibiil, ID "
in oilier Di-pnrtiiienm, l i
"Mimic HOim, pxtra, ' ""
T!. r.f Plan,, In r-lir.. OH
- ... .. . . , I
I'Mintini? unit I.'ruwing, io Ii
Iviiliriiini i v,
Vuc.nl .l.iie,
HO
U )
t.p" it I miiu, pi n.iiv, -i ,
0 rr.neh new sehi Inr pnv H to tin I.ilirury mi l 2 i eeul. per e! nri.rwardp.
'I'ha new pi in of dielpliun t ork well. All h r j plen.ed and .lisl"ie 1. For mnn
In forniniion ape "C'irculiir," which may bp obtained al llie IJookntores I n llill.bori
applying t thp sulue.ribcr.
liecllwli
more p.irtirul
lornn if Ii . op U
J. Mcl). MAT I llt.WS.
rut-.
British Itcvicws,
AND
Blackwood's I.Ianazinc.
tirrnt Imlus-eiiir 1 Stirrl !:
rrcmiuras and Ileductiona!
rSCO'l' T ot CO., New York, continue, tn
J. publish tho following leiidiua lrilili I'd
riodiculs, viz:
1.
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2
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ThcortbniItislinevlew(I'reeChuich;
I.
The Westminster P.evieir (Liberal).
:,.
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(Tory.) .
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scholar and the professional man, while to the
intelligent scholar of every class, tliey lunnsn
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eiirrent literature of the ilav. t h roll ''!l o II t till
world, llinn call be possibly obtained from any
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Reprinls, Inasmuch as lliey can now be placed
in ihs I, amis of subscri aers uboul us suou us
the oilimtl eilitious.
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Per nun
For any one of the four Review $1 W
Koranv Iwo of tho four Reviews (10
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Ill nd-
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rosTAiu:.
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1'i iMiiluiii to fli'W n irrlDoi s
on
di
and
j
pre
vents und
Re
storative, fcf
feel. color,
when
Hair
Inid
very
nud
us
ed eight
its
have
the
like
is
come
l
the Nos of the same IVrinl icals for I -Mi, will
be furnished without aJdil.oii-il charge.
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Ipbb, may be regarded iieiriy as vaiuamo
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5
h
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12
13
Address,
dec!)!
LL'ONARLi SCOT V &CO.,
31 Cold street, New York.
LOOK HERE, EVERYBODY!
Honey to bo Saved!
Prof,
say
re-
using
My
You
the
worst
u(T
all
ef
fect. cele
brated sny
growth
Its
St.
was
lite
In
bot
tle be
fore gray
tip
a
beautiful
therefore,
stole
heulllty
1854.
hair
soft
ness 1 bad
fam
ily pro
nouncing 185.1.
three
have
en
tirely bead,
oolor,
Mo ,
' r u g -g
l'nl-
possible
1 J
tinai J
CASH SYSTEM
AND
Great Reducton in Prices!
Joseph 13. MisIIenix
Is now receiving ut his Old Stand, an entirely
"
Fresh and Complete Stock of
Far.iilv Groeerics,
AND FINE CUTLERY,
Which lie Is determined lo for
CAEII or COUNTftY FRO UCE,
A3 CHBAF OR CHEAPER
Than cau be bought ul any store, in 11 illsb
Call and Gkt Baikiains
AT THE
CHEAP cash onocEr.v,
Smith's Row, Jlalii Street,
orrosric Tiii coist Huns,
. HH.Lscoi:or;ir, onio.
Deeiubeai lit, U;j7. d-'J
1
A'AI.rAT'.Ml
Farms for Calo.
MI F. Sl'bueriber ors for sale on f iTornbl
. terms. TWO VAI.I'AHLE FARMS. In
Il'Coland county, aituated as follows:
One of US',':; Acres, on the Rocky Fork,
of l'nlnt Creek miles sr.at of Hillsboro
containing MID ncres of rich bottom land , 1 jf)
rie niuler ciiltlvnlion j a pood dwelling, (food
orchard of (rrafted fruit, nd other iniprors
inents and never-failinj water. Also,.
A Tract of 1 IO Acres, one mile west of th
ormer tract, on llie roud from l'imlnii to Ilei
tis!, i0 acres improved , well watered and thn
b rd, pood log bolide e.nd other oiilhu I Id inus.
For lurtlier psrticulars siip!y to tlie echor
ef this piper, or to
JACOB TOM LIN SON,
(!erl7lf llillas P. O.. O.
HOOK-KEEPING!
Ticket fur a Full or Hall Course of I s -struetion
at Cuuilry's Coniineicinl Cotlrne
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Mercantile lliisiness, will niitt this one of tii
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C. WrSlI OADE37
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OCST S XiiD SHCIiJi,
AND
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