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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 2 April 1857

l 1 ; I v - s J. L. BOARDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor. ) Jfamiltr lonmal gcbotA io $fctos, $)olitics, ittrniurt, ggricnltorc, glnrhcts, t. Onc Dollar ti "Tear; Strictly in Advance VOL. XX. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 18-57. NUMBER 48. 'il l fix Poetry. THE FIRST VIOLETS. T Kit DDWAItr) HCLWKII LVTTON, BART. Who lliat hns lovr-d knows not tho tondr-r Into Which flowers rsvcnl when lips aro coy to to tell? Whoiio youth hntli passed not, dreaming in tho Tulo, Whoro tho fresh violets dwell? Lo, whr they shrink alone the lonely Iraki, Under the lenlWs, nmlniiulioly tree, Nor yet the cuckoo slug", nor glides tho make, Nor wild thyme lures tho boot Yet at their sight, scent-entranced and thrilled, All Juno seems golden in the April skies, How sweot the dnys we jenrn for, till fullilludl O, distant Farad iso Dear land, to which desiro ever flees, Time doth no prenent lo tho grp allow; Say, in the fixed eternal, shall we soil At last the dueling liowl Dream not of ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 2 April 1857

in 1 n in- j'l i" (r r ran . "! I"" to the 1 f.) TT'l'll li.lfio", 1 j, own'! ( t rriiiiiM.iiii'i l ,Tvlm V. A Urn vas a W 1 ' ' i-r . ile witli a Whip n.l lii.l totitmrt was liri'!0 v, Governor. It il f-aU tlifit cm a of the; eminent l pil rcuti'd of thefo roiitracii.rs, lint" pivon hia ili.MiitcreMcl piii'ln upon thin Piihjoct f.uhlicly, Lore in (.'olumlmi. f I am not misinlV.rmo.l, tliHsamo pon-tlc-ninn, hen in the. l'nite.1 St.-iti-s .S-n-nto. voted to rcrmliato a contract for .,.;;,, tnL hv a prior PriiioerMir H-nato with TMT.ir A, Kivcs. It wns prolmhly nil ricrht, but it wn revm .lintion. It vrna n.'siiniinrr iiuiieial pnw- r. rrnrdhic to the docllillC Pleached liei'O. Wc are toU, Mr. FiCeiaVnt, that the ras.ircif Mr- ttrazce's resolutions v, ill destroy the KcpuMiran party. I regre t air. thit no trunv Honublioans have per to ho drawn within the power and corntptin influences nl tlU monster combination: but in mat tcrs of this kind I care net for party; 1 care not how ;reat,...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 2 April 1857

1857. New Arrangement! 1057. hi di 1 1 Ti;st,iis: To lfUr II - t .limimry IM, I?. On and after Jannnry 1st, 1.'7, Hi" News wlli bo furnished on the following terms: To Mail Subscribers, f In vnriul.ly In advance) I fin ' per annum, v " Town Subscribers, in ndvnnoo, I OO At the end of the year, I ' These. Win will be strictly ndliorcd to in II cases. No pni-r will lie soul to mull subscribers uii lfD pnid for in advance, nnd No paper will b sent for a loner period tlmu IliB time puid for. Kiilicrrlittinit. tnnv cnniniriirn nt any time. but none received for lens limn six months. About one month before, the expiration of tlic time pni'l for, each subscriber will re ceive In hi" paper, a bill fortho ensuing year, to remind him Hint Ins sni.seripunn is annul 10 expire, and afford an opportunity for renewing it, If ha wishes to do so. Any person sending us TEN new auhsr.rl tiers, with the money, shall receive un addi tional ropy for their trouble. li "Money mny be senl hy mail nt our ris...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 2 April 1857

Farmer's Department For the News. The Importance of Agricultural Pursuits. FAIRFIELD Tp., March 18th, 1866. l)i')TOR New?: I am ratified to w that mhiio uf tlio Farmers aro respond ing to the invitation you extended tn tlieis some timo nince to communicate, upon p.ll fulj'efs appertaining to tlie onef tl avocation of farming. I feel nn Interest and a pleasure in turning first to tho ".'neuUiunl JVwirtniont" of the New, and reading tlio original com munications, and selected j.ieecs, which arc always useful nnd int-truotive, and for tlie purpose of contributing a little mito, and as "Old Clodhopper" ffiv?, for tho encouragement of other, I have 6nt down this evening to pen a few lines, but Icing a novice in writing fur the public eye, I flel some diffidence. JSut I will adopt tho Pnvy Crockett mot!r, and "go ahead" and olTcr a few thoughts on agriculture, and if they should not be worth the priuting, they cun.bo laid aside for I have no new experiments to di Tulge, or new theories io...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 9 April 1857

fl 3 rf V . 1 : J v V f ' V f J J. L. BOARDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor. ) g iniiiib Ioui-n;il-Jcl)o(rt la lclus, $)olifics, fifcrniurc, gijriculfurf, br(irfs, fee. jOno Dollar a Tear; I Strictly in Advance. NUMBE1U0. VOI,. XX. rilLLSBOROUGIL II 1(1 II J.A XI) COUNTY. OHIO. THURSDAY. APRIL 0 18-57 J I hi 1 f rV V 1 ' t h i .1:1 '1 f k i Poetry. For the News. REPLY TO "WOODMAN, SPARE THAT TREE." BY A CHARTER. Poft,piiro that m Touch not u ing!o string A lyre should not line A woodman liko a tiling. I will not spur. this treo, VV'hoBn tow'riiiir Itoiijj'n aspire; My hither eon nsol I ed in.) To let liiein gr w no higher. I ollfht (o till t id fjroiind. And biiv mI tin- I r.-it-Tn r iridu It runt itn I'liiili'S around Tho corn nil i-illK-r wiiio. It caiifht tin- pi-it i .i I r-iji - 1 n tiai-bil I'' o.a tin- h .-. y, Su , nW'.lT erase its nraiso It l.nl ;, &nd it iiiiial ii io ! The rot is ut iia mots, Tlio worm lectin on its leaf, All withered urn its uliouli, Then poet, stuy tliy ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 9 April 1857

Oc "xiidiihiii) 5. inT,r,:i7:oT:ouniT, oirro: Thar- ' y,:::::::::Ari! 9, 1337. that V. t JTIia Cineinnnli election resulted in the surrey of the "Citizens'" candi dates for Mayor, Judgo of the Superior Court, and two or throe minor offices. Tlio Pemnerals enni'-d tho lalance of their ticket-, and Lave a nirjority of one in the Council. f!...r-Connecticut voted for Stato ofTi cersnnd Congvemen on Monday. The ret inis received, indicate that the Rc puolieans have carried their whole State t'eket, and three out of four Congrcs men. r -rSt. Louis elected a Ilepubliean and "Kiiinneipntionist" Mayor on Monday lat, If 1500 majority! Truly it may be naid, ''I-i;;lit is pprung up'' even in the dark corners and p-trnngholiLi of slavery , . , ly the has ri, and and of Legislative. The Canal contract question in not yet disposed of. Mr. Cad well's bill wa defeated in the House last week, by yeas S3, navs 50 not a constitutional ma jority. Tint ii Houses have passed the follow intr Amendments to...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 9 April 1857

Ohio News Items. Tim ntiiount flic Ainlit'T of if! trust , fur ll -,r oil -'l-uk tat'- in I'm, NiiViluluT la t. Itillll.H ('1' ( MlMI, wns ?..S'.l,7f.S. Ton ririsonor-t r -f;i i ifl (Vm .Lail of Franklin pintnty on llw nn.rniii'r April 1st. All 1. ut one wire cuiilii for Htoul i n . Only two were vo f:i j.t u r Pr. T. C. .Toni.s, , f,f tl- 1.1 physicians in ('nliiinliiis, dicl itcimiI 1 y, after a prntriicleil illmj. Pr. s was wrll kiiiwn In llm Mo'liral l;n-iiliy of tlio Slate. Tllfi f.liird of Mci-HII. Monro, of ll.i- niersvillc, I'.i-own co., wim cntcrcil l.y burclnr1, nnc niulit week In I'. re :i , nnd 100 stolen from tin; money draw er. No goud.-t wcro missed. The lady of Judi'o lleevos. of Cliilli cotlin, from wliom Ir. Piuilnp recent ly romoved ft monstrous tumor, lias dinco died, from tlie cdeets of the op eration. Tt is Mated that a stock company has l)Cen formed in Cincinnati and Dayton, to construct a sleam waion to he run on common roads. Tt was tc-ted recently, nnd trav...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 9 April 1857

Farmer's Department. Chinese Sugar Cane. IYi-onm who vish to olitniii the fullest information nliout the (Vines SiirT'.r ('arte, rn rocuto a bunk of lOfi r-V'", written hjC. F. Finns!, my, by forwr.nl dinsr 2. cents to 3. P. l.i.rri.'.ef tl.o Ohio Cultivator. Columbia. 11. P. H. Jcwctt, cf Cleveland, nl.-o puMislien ft pamphlet, wlkb may Iff LaJ for tho fame I'rire. Tim Ashtabula County Agricultural Society offer, this year, premiums on Chi nce suar cano molar-jes nnil fi.i.r.'tr. as For the News. Raising Corn for Fodder. Well, Mr. Editor, I eiir-pos-i I'm f.iirlv in for it now. "Uncle Hen" is plr.ir.od to sen a "new contributor'' to the "I ar mors' Department," but "pitches in" (verv expressive that) to me in a man ner calculated to almost frighten mi away nrain. However, ns I have made tlio experiment of writing for the pr -pers onec, I will try it again, ond try to answer "Uncle Hen," but fear I sdiall not stand much chance with ns exper ienced band as 'Unele Ben" appeals to bo. ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 16 April 1857

J. I.. BOARDLIAN, Editor and Proprietor. VOI, XX. Poetry ROBIN'S COME! From llio elm (roe's topmost houe,h, 1 1 n i U ! 1 1 in robi u'n early "on 'ft Tell i iigf one nnd nil, that now ilorry S ii ir-1 i n hrr los along; Welcome. tieiii".s Ihnit d" t bting, Iiittle liaibinp,er of Si'i-ing! liohin's enmo! Of the wilder wo nrn weary, Weary of ils frost nnd sunw, Longing for tlio sunshiiio cheery, Anil tlio brooklet' uW; Uludly then we hear then r i IT oli ik romp! Tliiifr it out o'er liill nnil plain, Thron-rli the "nnli-n's lonely bower Till the jrwii loaves (hiiiee a rain. Till llio nir is sweet wiili llowers; Walio Hi" cowslip.'. Iiv I - rill, WuketliO yellow (Lili'mol II oh i ii's roino! Then, ni (lion writ wont of yore. Build tii v n-sl ami rear lliy youiif.', Close beside our roMa-."1 door, In llio woodhi lie's loaves anion!;; Hurl or harm Hum need's! not fear, Nothing rudo bIiiiII vcntuie near Kohin's come! Swiui-iiirr still o'er vender lane, Koliin answers men ily ; Ravished by...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 16 April 1857

The Highland News. The Canal Contracts. Tlic Legislature) lias at lmptli dis pn?.il of tllis troiilileKiinr; qncotioi, f'arsons' Mil pnwl the House, ry jtms 51, mjs-H. ATcnling to tlie Colum bun r r-.rre-1'ondent of tTii Cincinnati GntcHa the bill, i r:"tc,, "rroi',os that the LVml of TuMic Works shall take popcpsion of nil the pection? of the public works, except Xo. 3, and pay the contractors in full, under the contracts, up to tlio tiiiio of taking possesion thereof, for all work they have done, nil tools, boats, horses, etc. It authorize? the contractors to sue the Plate, and requires the courts to give the case pre cedence of all other luainess; and, if the Courts decide in favor of tho con tractors, their contracts shall bo r:turned to them. The bill passed the Senate on Monday, nd is now a law. Thin dir-iiositien of tho matter, vrc think, will five satisfaction to tho peo ple. Although it nllows the contractors pay for vshnt they have dooo, according to th'j contracts alleged...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 16 April 1857

Communications. For the News. The Citizen and the Township Election. Mr. Kinrnit; Tlio Kditor of tlm Citizen, in liitf last, veok'n isRito, whilst chiiniiiip, ns is usual with him, nn Amer ican vie tory, lnnnifVst-t nimh in itution at, the result of our Town nnd Town ship elections. We tire; not iiwtirr what prescriptive riolit the Citizen, or the small jin'io ol malcontents which it represents, has to nominate n tick et which tin; "Muck Ilojuihlica n shall be. required to support, uiulcr thepen nlty of bein;; charged w ith "perfidy nnd hypocrisy." Tlio lcniocratifi party nmninntnl n tielict for Township and Corporation of fiees. The Ameiicnn Tarty, as they as Biimo to call themselves, nlso noininatcd n ticket fur the sanio olliees, einliraciiip; tho names of persons on the Democrat ic ticket, who nro known to disclaim and who distinctly repudiated any sym pntliy or affiliation with the sipiad of llillshoronh Americans. Was there any fusion in this arrangement? The Kepuhlicans. not ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 16 April 1857

Farmer's Department The Horse Charm; or the Great Secret The Horse Charm; or the Great Secret Secret for Taming Horses. Tit horsB-cnntor in a wnrt, or exores coiipp, whirh prows on every horse's f"r lop; nl generally on the hind leii. It h 7'Ooiilinr, rank, tniiKfj "smell, nd is e.nilr ulli d olT. The nnimoninml ef fluvia of the horso poem poonlinffy to cinconfratr in thin pitrt, anil its very gtrori; ojcir has groat if traction for nfl niuml., c--ieci:illy canine, and the borse kiinelf. For the oil of cumin, the lioro lms n instinctive passion both nre orig inal natives of Arabia, and when the horso tern 1 4 the odor, bo is iustin.'l ively drawn towards it. The oil of Kliodinm poMCMes pecu liar properties. All animals coni to cherish a fondness for it, and it ex ercises a kind of subduing influence over them. The directions given for taming hor.o are a3 follows: Procure some horse-castor, and prate it fine Also pet sonic oil of KhoJiutn and oil of cumin, and keep the three separate...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 23 April 1857

J, It. BOAHDMAN, ' Editor and Proprietor. & Jfamiln journal gi cfaotcSj lo $(tlus, )oIitics, ITitcralnn, gricullurr, 'Tadtcis, rvc. JOne Dollar a Year; ' I Strictly ia Advance. . NUMBER ; VOL. XX. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1857. Poetry. From the National Era. THE FIRST FLOWERS. For ares on oar river borders, These tassels In their lawny bloom, And willowy atuda of downy allver, Have prophecled of Spring to com. For ees have the nnbonnd waters Smiled en thorn from their pebbly hem, And the clear carol of the robin A fld aong of blue-bird welcomed them. But never yet from sfnllihe; river, : ' ' 'Or oonj of oorly bird, hove they Been irretted wMh gladder welcome Than wl.leporo from any heart to-dny. They break the spell of cold and darkness, The weary watch of sleepless nnln) And from my lieart, aa from the rifer, , i Tho loo of wlater melts again. ' Thanks, Mary! for this wMd-weod token ' . Of Freya'a frotHteps drnwln? neat; Almoat, aa In the rune of...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 23 April 1857

I -y J orjcuciTf, onio: IS57. The Legislature A'ljmtrnr-,1 hr ilic on .nliintay m-rn-irtfr. The Cincinnati Gazette Rives a list of the acta pa-ccd during ho "V Dion, which conclip.'ivolj refutes the cWRi that the Lr;i.-lnturo 7.i nnthinj. Tho li.'tnhows that thry passp.l no lc?s thn one hundred and jcvcntoc-n acts of a puhtio nnturo, tr?idos nearly a hund red local aeta. Tho lull to release the Maysvillo A Zno?viic Turnpike Cu. from its ohligi tions to finish certain portions of road, was killed in the lfouso. This will he food news to the people of the ?"uth e a torn portion of Highland. Tlio motion to ro cstahlii-h the School Library tax was also defeated. Our county officers wliofo duty it is to attend to the publication of the laws, aw fit, last year, to liavo lut few of them published. By thW couro wo think, they iii a front measuro defeated tho object of tho law requiring pub lic. ion. The law'ccrtainly contempla ted the publication of nil the statutes which affect the pooplo ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 23 April 1857

Communications. For the News. Jin. T'iIITr: In iny lnit rniniiiuniou tlon, I cxaiiiinoil gnmo of tlio clinr'rcs in it tin liT tho 1'ilite.r of tin) Citizen uMiinst tlio Keriitblicnn jmrty, ntul en dcavorcil to hiiow tli nt tlicy were without foundation in fact. I will now lriefly refer to a few other nllcations from the same source. The next grcnt crime, with which lie charges tho Keptililie.niM, is, "They pressed Congress into open revolution, refiiBin!? to pay the arm v prist dues, or rn.iVo appropriations for further service." Now this is also untrue. They did pass the appropriation bill, making am ple, provision fur tho army, l'ut they appended a proviso to it, that none of the money appropriated should go to pay ofT those ruflian marauders from Missouri nnd other slave States, employ ed by tho President to butcher the Free Siatc men in Kansas, who refused to obey the inhuman linens laws made by Missouri NavohoMers. I his proviso the Flavcry-ridden Senate refused to pass, and wo...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 23 April 1857

Farmer's Department. LETTER FROM "UNCLE BEN." PENN TOWNSHIP. April 13th. FnirNii !'' vr, ;.m n:- T am sorry if tliorc wsi nnytMng in my manner of writing tliut li.vl nny toniloiicy tofrifr'i lon nwny our friend ''Kxjxrrinirnt.'' Ho oiii-ht, to' Ynow tlint farinr-rs nio liion, mid llirrrforr, to Fjx-nk llicir mind I tliink, t.lainly. ni'ti tmudi I'sr my j.nrt, at lonst-, I nni. of a land fur roTiipliiiicnts. My rcaion for not liking tlio name Kxiu'iinion'.," vry well, is tli at I tliink too much experiment not profi table. Neither do I tliink it rilit that we should nlwnys plnd on in the old way and reject every new Piijres tion, merely liee.nirio it is unr, luit wlie.ro a man lias to make liti living, support his family, nnd pay his vent, or interest, by the profits of his farm, it is not het ior linn to C) into c.t- Ticnmcnts too extensively at least fo I have always thought. I tYiuk friend ' I'.T perinient" mistaken mv 'mennin a little h, I did not sny that T had the means, or did...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 30 April 1857

A ! A r- -A i 1 c , ! I i i ' I V v y . 1 S X J.J f .J J. L. BOARDMAN, Editor and Proprietor. imnilij gournnl gcbuttli la Tttos, politics, ittraluw, ggricullurt, ITavlicfs, c. IITLLSBOltOUGII, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 30 1857. Ono Dollar a Year; ( Strictly in Advance. V01 XX. NUMBER 52. )r1 i . in fix v - i i i1 ni : ;h; ( m fi ! f h i i Poetry. PAPA. WHAT IS A NEWSPAPER? Orpana t1nt gentlemen piny, my boy, To answer the initn of the day j my hoy, WliHlever it mny be, They liit the key And plp In full concert wny, my boy. News from nil countries mid climes, my boy, AdYerllsementH, e fnwn end rhymes, my boy, Mixed up wit -ill sorts Or flying reports, And published Ht regular times, my boy. Articles able and wise, my boy: At leant in the editor's eyi'S. my boy, A nd logic an grand Tlmt f ivv understand To wbat in tlio world it applies, my boy Ptiitl-tlrs, rcflertlons, revl'we, my boy Little sera; s to instruct nnd amuse, my boy, And l.iutiliy iI.'Ikiib Upon inntt'TH of '...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 30 April 1857

OnOlH'U, OHIO! HIT r ThvrsJn-, :::: III IS37, Morn Kenses Revolution from Gov. Geary. The Cl)i;nf;o Tiibnnn sits it is itifoniinl hj "a Pomorrnt of tinrjnoK tion'if f.j 1 1 li Tn 1 n p s to Iiia p.n-tr, himlf n G,vriir" (uj-fnfr,I to he (Jot. Ofir ni.tn oT .Xiiinc-oiri.) llrit '". Cciry is mcncil in prcparitit: from Ium diarv, a li is lory f.f events in Kansas during Lis adinii.i?tralin, wlipJi w ill lie ciyrii to (lie pnMio in a s-1iott tinio. It is paid that the f,i:lsto ho Ji.-rlnsrd in tho f i thorn inp hook, concerning tho crimes com mitted by the pro-slavrry nriy n;.rainst tho IVfl fvtrtto scttlcra, nre ns lutrrilile and blartiing ns ary of tlio 'Tiki t 11c puL'tican lirs" (to quote n favorite cx preion of Pemoeratic editors.) whieli Lave liithrrto readied us from the tcrri tory. Among other things it will be staled that during a tvip on o much-frc-cii n'rl r"'', f" nf'rr ii nrririil in the territory, the Guiiriior sue the 1oJi s of ticen 'y-ti.v w iwhrt J 1'rre State :ncn! On...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 30 April 1857

Communications. For the News. "Onen IToro vmt.o tho nrrnrOi." The editor of tlie A morion n Citizen ,ons in Ins clitnnnl miliums tlie fiih'h'i'iJ Hint "Ui" rn'Rd 1 li o wiuror r P : in'" ii,,: .I c gross from SS to olth(iii'jh this ninton I 1, tinl apiiin mill n mmi. ;n untrno it J" l i''' '1. v edit or i ;il coiirs'! t h a I h tinni) to vi'M':it. it mi'l FcntutioiiH. lis hint; ns r. . ' ' I ' O ' II ' i 1 1 1 i ! . i r In: ' I; 11 1) 1 1 1!,: litis a trailer suflioiontly i"iioi.uit prcjuilii:oil to ho mi; U"l tlier.rl.y . thus bIiows his cstimnte of the intelli gence of his renders. Fortunately for the public, and for the interests of truth the honest portion of the people possess other clinnncls of information and poureesof truth than fire offered by tho columns of the "Atneriean Citizen." On the subject of the misrepresentations of the position nnd nets of the llcpubli cans in Congress, the editor of tho N. York Tribune makes the following ro lnnrks which are just ns Ppplicablo t...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 30 April 1857

Farmer's Department. For the News. Economy in Using Monuren. Tin. I'l'ii'. 1'y n ;i"ii iali r portion f f your I'Sj'rr L (lift di.icimiun of ,Aj;nYiilhii.il fnlijortu,- I think jou lire not only cnlnncin tlie vnluo of the paper, lMt cnutrilmting to t!f pornta nont interests of tlio community. I n n.iy ft word or two upon a liranrli of Arm ulliire, which "Uncle T'on" lins not ytt, touched. (Fytliowsy, I would iy tliat'-Unole Don's" letters, are doing murh cood. Yon onirlit to tlinnk liinr n for writing them, and tho farmers ought to tlinnk you for publishing them.) I Twivcrc.nl a groat deal about making manure?, tho valuo of different linds of manures, the fertilizing constituents of tho different kinds but I havo seen very littla on thu nubjcot of the oumtity to bo nrplied to the aero, or the distance to which it can be profitably hauled. We all know that manure may bo hauled so groat a distance that tho ex penses would more than equal the prof its. Again: Manure may be spread go th...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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