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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 10 July 1862

J. L. BOARD MAN, Editor andProprlelor. ) i Jfamtlg Iaitntit-i(lj0(li to ffcto, friiaW featac, jripliurc, lrlids, fo. j0?"' VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH, HtGflLiND COUNTY. OHIO.. THURSDAY. JULY 10. I8G2. NUMBER 11. TO THE CARPENTERS, Carriage Tr frerir, Saddlers House Builaers, Farmers, ASP Evoryon o That withe to purchase anything inth HARDWARE LINE! WE wonld Invite attention to our complete and well-selected stock ol Foreign and Domestic Hardware! The Carpenter Will find In eiir store every artlrle of Toole, anltahlp tn Mltradn. We keep Planes, Bnrlnir Machine. Chleels, Hand Saws, Tenon Sawa, nip Snwe, Fret Sawa, Hand and Tiroad Axa,Hntclieti, Ilamuicrt, Ac, Ac. The Carriage Maker Will rind pvpty kind or Springs, Axles, Bultii, nubt Spokes, Flloa, Oil Cloths, Ac. The Saddler 8addlTreee,Padt, Hog-Skins, Rings, Buckles, Will Hi c. The House Builder Wlllflnd full assortment of Locka, Latches, ttutt 8 rwt. Hinges and Nulla. The Blacksmith Will find flip Urre.t and best variety of I liny and...

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. — 10 July 1862

5, Hillsborough:, onio. Thursday, - - - July 10, 18C i i Call for More Troops--Governor's Proclamation. KxrruTivR Ort'tcK. rnf.CMBlia. Ohio, July 3. 1802. Fellow Ci'hen: Another appeal fo rour patriotism lias bono me necessary . The enomios fr our Oovcrnmont, now (nKemhlcd at Uirhmond in hostile array, Inrpelv outnumber any disposal foroo at the Preiident.'H command. The army nnder Hon. MeClellan has been driven baek, merely by tho foroe of overwhelming nnnibers rapidly con-(and ccntrnted there." Additional trooo are alone nooena- ry to hold the important positions al ready gained and speedily crush the re bellion nt all point. Liberally and unllnnttv as Ohio has Verelnforn roannniiml tn tlio calls of the Frosidcnt, he has ever been assured that we had but to know that further , aid was needed from us to insure a - f , prompt answer to any further calls he mipht make upon us. This knowl edge we now have, and the call "has also been made. And now. citizens of Ohio, one and nil, shall...

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. — 10 July 1862

Matters about Home. The 4th in Hillsboro. Passed off very quietly. A largo num ber of our citizens spent tho day iti ex cursions to the country, while a pood tnany of tho country people catno to town to seo what was going on. At sunrise a general ringing of the bells ushered in .tho day, and shortly nfter a large and beautiful (las was raised nt tho corner of tho Public Square. At 1 o'clock the peoplo assembled at the Court House, which was Oiled by a large audience, many of them ladies. Dr. Jacob Kirhy was called to pre fiido. Tho following: regular toast wero then read, and responses mado to sev eral of them: 1. "Tin Day o OalnbrnlrV' lU-apotia by .funK Hlottim. 2. Tho memory of tlie r'ntliiTi f tli. republic Wiialllliictull ali.l Ail.ilua, .lrir..rsoli ullii Miiilisnn, II. Til tlinistlliitliili Whilst It la tho ('darter of .'itlotial Rights, ft also nir.irtli tlio best KiiuriiHti'iis of Mnti- mil In.llvl.lual It ijrli 1 B . 4. The lriilnii tt must ami ahull Im pri-aiTvi'il, A. Uu...

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. — 10 July 1862

Humphreys Specific IIoncrDimlhlc Remedies. 1 Pot as I eases and accompanied by hooks of direct lun r fa elngls boses for particular diseases. These klyhly vwftl end popular '"""J1 Stsdfcrnnv areforssleln Urtl.boro enly by W. K. MITII, High ttrit, ottedoor northof Mstn. rb1Htr Ivomoval! 15. Circcinvood 31 3Uin 1 Flim removed hli Xh Mhi.n tn t he ronm over etc. i. lt.wt'. MlllllMI rr fl orw, poet office Bull-Mnar. 1 street. M door rait nf Ilirh. wh-To he Is resdy 10 Kiui Mud of wore. In the TalVrlttg Mil" at ahert no. tlceendln th m'Kt Qijhiunable style. Prices rea nonal'le.'. ay Ladies', CMHwn'ii ami CJcntlrmn' Garments Cut 10 Order. StUchlnr done by Mnger's machine. Hlllsbom, March , maftf SprondL nscislo. TorryT!i i;i;An:ic and I-JOWI.!.. WITff A. rntTZ'.'s TMPnnvrMESTS. skfrANUFACTrnil) by Prt Kulim, Imvtim, O., 1 VjL wilb oir IinpTovoinfnf vi r rno i-inrtilnt lyNV tuuurfricmlM Untlhi- 8ipi-t Kn-rlis uuitinnl. Hi-lfht of cut IS Inch.'. This limp. ill cut much !riu In snr (tlvim ro...

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. — 17 July 1862

J. L. BOARD MAN, Editor andProprielor. ) VOL. XXVI. t ianulit crunt;tl gcfaflfA io Ifcfos, politics, fitcratttrc, grrcitltun, glacficfs, fav t One Dollar a Year; ) Strictly In Advance. HILLSBOROUGH", HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. JULY 17. 18G2. NUMBER 12. Poetry. MARYLAND, MY MARYLAND. BY JOSEPH MERNEFIELD. Thw Bt'rrr n wni nVr thy ihorc, Man-land, mT Maryland; Thar m-y It flout f)irtor more, Maryland, my MfirrTand. f m. lti"r HintM. in then I in To h nv-fitthfiit aVra now-. And to tha Tinfoil tni a thon, M aryland, my Maryland. Thoa wilt "t ("In th roM throng, Maryland, mr Maryland; ''Wlio on how a lnirlA wrong, Maryland, mr Marrlntid. TlamAmhr CalTnrt'a aacrM Miner And llowaril'a lirltnn of rime. . Thair nvmory ahMd tlioa now from ahaim. Maryland, my Maryland. , 'Reap Wk' tha trmt tb fathara gar,, . War "land, mr Mnrvlond; ' Thay r-ak t th fpCilrr.rt' graT, 'Itlarvl my Mitiy1iir.fi. ' Thar cry, 'u. y son-, your country aava,' Tvirr'UniM k op tlioogli madmen Mvo, Amlilut no ti-i...

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. — 17 July 1862

Ic pfll!tn&..3Itfos. niLLSBcnrouon. onio. 1 1 1 - Thursday , - July 17, 18C2. LATEST NEWS. Tri news from Kantnokj continues mther exciting. Morgan is reported to be moving in the direction of Paris or Cjnthins, bj way of Georgetown. The tract oo the Lexington & Louierillo railroad, near Midway, was torn upon Tuesday, and the telegraph wires cnt; also, bridges and a distillery bnrned on the Covington & Lexington rood. It is reported that the Union men had skirmish with some of Morgan's forces at Midway, in which the rebels were rooted. This is not authenticated. A dispatch from Frankfort of tho 15th says: "Fifty of Morgan's men en tered Shelbyville last, night, but were driven out by 10 men of the place, with loss of Skilled." The danger of an attack on Lexing ton or Frankfort is considered as past, The volunteers so promptly sent from Ohio and Indiana, secured the safety of places. The President last week visited Gen. army, to examine its con- dition for himself. He made...

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. — 17 July 1862

Matters about Home. War Meeting. There will be a mooting or the citi ctDi at the Court House, next Saturday ening, at 8 o'clock, for tho purpose of making the neoossnry arrangements for a Grand War Moeting, to be bold in Hillsboro, Saturday, July 2G, 18C2. A full attendance of all interested is earnestly desired. By order of the MILITARY COMMITTEE. From tub COth. Wo are fa?ored with another letter from our attentive correspondent " A," which, though long, will be read with Interest. To Soldiers on Parole. An impor tant order from the Governor will be found in another column, in regard to soldiers on parole, to which wo diroct tho attention of all eonccrnod. Ma J. Marlay, of the 60th, has bad a severe attack of typhoid fever, but is now slowly recovering. IIo arrived in Cincinnati on Sunday on bis wny home, but will remain there to rest for a few days. . , . Sundat School l'icmo. There will be a pio-nio of the scholars, tenolt- rs, and friends of the Methodist E. Sunday School, held ...

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. — 17 July 1862

Farmer's Department. The Crops. From H rmrr.ii ofOMo. n. ft"" W ' fTfn rTtion ' of Tni1inn.' T1'inr' nri J!trr !?.. w rn,8 tTi rnnt n. , fOBTftpinir i"nnftM mm rfc rTriwinw' ernr.. Th r.ritfri of irtt 1" .J anria Hnnanallw lre)flr.. t r) tM rffton tH fTmM uri Knn .iw imt fn " ,." tW And tM tyrMrt liftV 'tmr. Row rUM .. '!" eonarluWtrile) (!'"-. kn tJii ficM for mm?. Tnoenrn N n"tn w1' (TTOW a i mn) hoti: rutf U 1 liiV ixe Tiyorond n nf gnnt enlnr. f 'oiH th ion prorn ff,nr.rU nrefnrtri. tKrirr) ! npU im to tunic .AplcnrlM TOp. Th fnmff crop lire") nr nrnmlintf onnintlt. The fenil prr,r Mt fnir tft mf imrnana:. Tri Mr If rimmr fr'nUn in her-n nindnri' und rf (inMrinr PTPf01nrr, The) fill froff. rit1i, PfsrhM. P',, plums. roroirie forward !n proJitrinrio, nunl W rifiTri "Jeeri mriY pnrh traca ulrenrlT fironpnil to nUt tlmm in bear Jnp the loin! rvn no" upon them. Mennwliile tti Zenith of tno eonntrv i Mftcllent. nnrl rmaino'S prnprnvu. W hurt mncH. erv mien, to h trotn It fnl for. The...

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. — 24 July 1862

J.L. BOARD MAN,) 1- "(laratlgitta-ilr'-fdjdtlj lu ,letos, politics, fitcratuirc, gncidiiirc, xkts; fa.. One Dollar a Year; ) Strictly in Advance. . NOMBEB i Editor and Proprietor. VOL.-XXVT. HILLSBOROUGH; HfGTILA.ND COUNTY., OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY' 18G2. Poetry. Poetry. [For the News. AWAKEN. FREEMEN! AWAKEN. FREEMEN! BY GRANVILLE. Awaken, Freemen I cene yonr aleeplng tviillnoiir Country moane In plti I .. Co yonelnniberwblleehe'i weeping 1 ' O'er her patriotic (lain T Llaten ( don't you hearhur pleading! t&rfrmr eld ehe loudly plcadet eWlllyoueee bereonly bleeding, 'And refOM the help alio aeedat Will yon so dhjrmct tlx boar ffhei tbe eiree of LlKkTl, QnMed by Omnlaclent power, tnld, "Tti lxl null. I'll M ftnr , Whan, from theueaad Bwn'y voleee, ' - ' 'Ro ie ftlnd and cheering try: "We era free I 4nr land rejcrleee I Ralie our glorlone banner blgk!" i Shall atmlleee traltnre rend the ecrell Onr ftthtra' name are written e'er? And wonld ton aee our flag imrolf It mingled Itare and...

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. — 24 July 1862

niLLSBonouGii, onio. Thursday, . - July 21, 18C2. . .. '- '-. - LATEST NEWS. Ther is nothing of speolallnterest from MoOlellan's srmy. Oon. Hillcck is in W1i(ogton, and ills bclioTcd will remain tliers ss eoro-msnder-in-cblsf of the whole army. The Arltanas, k new rebel iron plat ed stcsmer, came out of Ysioo river on Tuesday of last week and ran past the pnnboats of Com. Farrasnt's fleet, into Vickbur:r. One of ourboaU prapplod her and fought her two hours, but ahe managed to pet away. Our loss wai 2"t killed and wounded. Gen. Topo last week oaptnred Gor donsville, Va., ettins off a large por tion of the rebel supplies by the Va. Central railroad. Congress adjourned on Thursday last, having extended their session one day to give the President time to con aider important bills. The President signed the Confisca tion bill, after its beinif modified so as to make the forfeiture of real estate be longing to rebels operate only during the life of the owner. The law in a stringent one, a...

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. — 24 July 1862

Matters about Home. Union County and Congressional District Conventions. The primary mooting for tlio elco tioo of delr-gatcs to the Union Coun'y nd Congfcssionni District Conventions -will be hold in tho several townships of thin county on Saturday, August 9th . We will publish the cnll next week. Great Excitement in Hillsboro— Ripley Reported in Danger of an Attack from the Rebels—100 Volunteers go to her Relief. About 4 o'clock on Monday morn Infl last, thono of our eitiionn, who were not alrendy up tit thnt early honr, were roused from their 1u tubers hy the Vinginff Of the Court House hell. Hastily assembling at the Public Square they lonmcd .that the cause of the Unit was the nrrifnl(of a mefsetificT horseback from Sugnrtree ttidjia, bringing; the startling intelligence thnt iWt 1,600 rebel under Humphrey MTsUll ' were marching on llipley, to dtodray tho town, and were reported to be at Minerva, Ky some nix milo south of Ripley, at 9 o'clock Sunday night. Tiio people of our si...

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. — 24 July 1862

Farmer's Department. Farmers and Farming. Who tra the farmer'i iernl7 Chm!try; the pure ir; the water brook; the lightning clonJj the wlmli that liae blown an interminable enoeeston of yeara before he waa born; tho eon, which haa for agea aoakei tho land with light and bent. melritd the earth, dicom potted the rocks and covered them with frost, and aecumoUted the ntagnam which ronkca the heat of the medow.- The ttadenta of all nationa ha?e, in Jinst ajica, been dedicating their educa tion to universal science, and they bar reformed our school booka and our ter minology. The four qoarters of the globe are no longer Europe, Asia, Af rica, and America, but corhon, oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen. The four sea-! sons of tho yenr are now gravita tion, lifht, heat and electricity. S(!iouce has been showing how nature hue tern working in regard to the sup port of marine animals by marine plants. So nature works on the land on a plan of all for each and for all. You can not detach any portion...

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. — 31 July 1862

jf35) id I I Jill I ' II 1 I IN. ' i iamtlu laurnal gcktcit fir Ildus, politics, fttcfafitrc, griciillure, atlids, ttc. , One Dollar a Year; Strictly in Adv8cce. J. L. COARDMANi Editor and Pnpridlor. ) IULLSB0110UGIT, TnCUILAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 31. I8G2. NUMBER 14. VOl,. XXVT. Poetry. NO THANKS TO YOU ! Disrespectfully Dedicated to all Secession Sympathizers. Twill b no thank ttt yon, good air I Twill be no thanka to yon, When our troop enmem-irrhlng homa from war, Th Bed, thn White, th Blue, Still floating o'er ttiom. Ilk a clou I Of glory, a ttteycome, While a Natlon'e blessing, long and loud, hull shout their welcome home I 0. then, 'twill bo no thank , yon I You frowned tiponthelr toll; Albeit, 'tM follyln your view, Until yon fuw the"poll." You sighed and looked emntlngwls At Justice' long delay, Ami talked about "Compromls" To koep the bounds at hay I 0, yea; 'twill be no thanks to you! You never spokennc word, Where heart and hands and all were due, That I hare ov...

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. — 31 July 1862

HiLLsnonouGn. onio. Thursday, July 31, 18C2. ! S. M. PETTENGILL & CO. No. 07 Park Ro. S. Turk, and SStata at., Boston, ar r.nr only Aiienta for tha Xiwa In Ih.wa cltloa, and an a.ilhortzad (a tako Adrortlaamanla mi Suliarrlptlona lor ui atopri.orf " UNION STATE CONVENTION. The nnilcrsicned, repreentinj tlie Union Convention wl.ioh sssemoloj in tliis city on the Bth of September Inat, rail upon all loyal citizen mhn are in favor of (lie maintainnncc of the Govern ment, nnd of the war now carried on for the unppression of tho rebellion ntriunst the Government nain to meet and appinl ilcWnte to a Union Convention to be held in tin city, on Thursday, the 21st day of Anqrtist next, for the nomination of candidates for the following oflioero : Tudpeofthc Supreme Court. Sorretnry of State. Attorney General. School Commissioner. One member of the Hoard of Public Works. The Convention will bo composed of the fame number of delegates as con stituted tho Convention of lust year, and apport...

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. — 31 July 1862

Matters about Home. BOY WANTED. An actlm. Intelligent Boy, from 14 to 18 yonra of age, wanted t Ihle office. Ono whoso parents live In town preferred " ') " a WARD MEETING. I'll ro will be a grund rally of tlie 1'tifple of "Old ItiuMnnd," at llillsbo- roibn 1 M1UKSDAY, AUGUST 7, to (Usb on t"8 wor'c ' r cruitlng Vol untfceri for the war, nnd filling up the comjlarii called for from this county. Indira tionn have been ent to Furson Browhlnv T. Col. Metcalf, of Ky , and other apm 'kcrs, pome of.wlioin will oer .tninly te 4 ecu red. Colonel John (It. Murshall, and tlio other fluid oflioers of tlio 89tli Ohio Koimeot n ill be present. The bun'm ftss men of flillsbnro are renucntcd to dose their stores, &c, and give ono ' to their country. All who bave Bag re requested to display .thorn. A lanket 1 dinner will be spread at the Tui r Oroui ds, and tho people of town an d count ry are invited to con tribute p rovision s, that there maybe n bund once for ThIIillboro Baud and all other C...

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. — 31 July 1862

Farmer's Department. The Hay Business. Discussion at the New York Farmer's Club. The question of feedina; hj upon the farm, or telling if, were now tilled tip, bnt there not many farmer present wlio coalJ give much practical information. Prof. Mapea "aid that it was a que, tion that muat be deciJoJ by the cir oumatanooaof each locality. In aotr.e part of New England, atable manure U ralneJ nt 85 a cord, while bay in not aleable at moro than $10 a ton. Tber it would bo uiot profitable to feel the bay on the farm. ; In New Jersey where I livo, manure can be hftagntfor 81 a cord, and hay cold at $15 or 118 a ton, and then? it in moro profitable to aell the hay and keep up the fertility of the land by fertilizers. I can prow three tons of timothy per acre, an i lean make it profitable to sell bay and apply something else to thelanJ. I l eliove wherever hoy is worth SIO n tnn, it is belter for tho farmer to sell it than it is to feci it. It seems to be a question with many farmers how li...

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. — 7 August 1862

7 J, L. BOARDMAN, Eil toi and Proprietor. Jfnmilii lofunwl Mdt to Uttos, oIi1tcs, fitcnrhtt?, Agriculture; Ularluts, rvr. ji One Dollar a Year; if Strictly in Advance. VOL . XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. AUGUST 7. I8G2. NUMBER 15. niantA.w. probate court. Pet.itl a t0 !'e11 Land. -..iv a w n in '.TIYMAN, widow of Thrnnu Bit- 31 ryman, dcc.-nH d; Maryottn Uorrynian. Rebecca R,niie and 1 M. Sniiley, her husband, Maria Sm lov ild o'llr P. Ci "Ik,, her hu.hand. Kiln Jan. ilooneyun.l W. Mi h" bn.band. Jame. A. Borrymun, slid Nrh-n B "erryman, of I lie State of In dianu, heir, mid Ul rep. "nlHllvni of Thorn... Berry tn.n, lecen.cd yon nro h'r",', ,,,",1lfl(, m "l ll. day of July. A.. ISb s- " ' ",,1''r'"'!'0,'V rlni.'r,.l"r of Tliomiw Borr. mn dccewed, ftl.-cl 1.1- P. ...u. i. n,.iu.i.r m t Highland couriiy, Ohio the obj.t and prnvorof whlci ' Pml..i.. Is to obtain an order ..Mind Court f.,r tho as. "J, . ''""" Mary Anil iVTryniiin, widow ol the mild Tfiomft. Herrv ...

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. — 7 August 1862

.pgliliMi) i(ctos. niLLSBORouon, oiiio, Thursday i - Aug. 1, 1862. S. IW. PETTEVdllLL & 10. Ho. Prk Row, K. York, nd 6 Sun t., B.wton. uronly Annta ftr tha Nr.we In thnea cllii. and are tillhorlr.nl lo Uk iWlrerllKeiwnti nd Suhm-fiptloM Inr n alourti'WHT ' Official Order from the War Department—300,000 Militia to be Drafted for Nine Months. Washington, Aucust 4. The fol lowing Order has just been issued : " Wah Department, Washington, 1. C, Aug. 4, 'C2. Ordered -1st. That a draft of Three Hundred Thousand Mil itia be immedi ately called into tho service of the United States, to serve frr nine months, un less sooner discharged. The Secretary of War will ossign the quotas Jo tVx; States and establish regulations fur the draft. 2d. That if nny Stata shall not, by the 15th of August, furnish its quota of the additional 300,000 Volunteers authorized by law, the deficiency of Volanteers in that State will also be made up by a special draft from the Militia. The Secretary of War will e...

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. — 7 August 1862

Matters about Home. BOY WANTED. An active, intelligent Hoy, from 14 to 18 year, of !, v anted at tbl. office. On whose parent live tb towu preferred. teMfclMajaffl II ' ill I T" Union County Convention. The citizens of Highland county, without distinction of party, who are in favor of tho unconditional maintain nnce of tho Government and tho vigor ous and continuod prosecution of tho War, for the suppression of th"o Rebel lion, are invited to moct in their sever al townships on SATURDAY", tho Oth day of August,' and appoint delegates to a Union Convention, to bo held in Ililltbnro on SATURDAY, tho ICth of August, for the purpose of nominating candidates for tho following count v of fices, viz : ' Ono County Auditor, one Cotnruis missioncr, one Infirmary Director. At tho same time tho Convention will select six uVleentes, to represent the county in a Union State Conven tion, to bo held ut Columbus, on tho 21st day of August. Tho number oF the delegates each township is entitled to, u...

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. — 7 August 1862

Farmer's Department. Hints for the Season. I. Unually, at this ieon, farmer lave been 10 htj n.rYC'ting, that they liava not looked into tfceir vcpeta tie garden, and the lata weed, have fuel) a start as to look cry unsightly. See thnt t'iey are removed before the eed ripenB. " One year't 68edinb' makes seven years weeding." II. It is always in season to make manure, or to havo your eyes open, to aee where it ean be made. Tha scienoo of making manure, and its Value, if se little understood that formers do not make one fourth as ruitoh manure as they need. There are many aourcet of it on evory furra, which tBi practiced ye will take advantage of at every op portunity, III. Keep your work horsoa in the stable during the day, if not used.--Keep the BtnMe thorwui'hJy clean, and flies will not frequent it so much s s if the droppings and nrine are left on the floor for aftvnal days at a tira. Files injure u horso more at this season than hard work. Us all tho moons in your power to keep ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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