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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 18 September 1862

J. L. BOARD MAN,) Editor and Proprietor. ditntilit ffuntal glcbotcir la Ileitis, 'politics, Jutcratttrc, Agriculture, arhcts, c, HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 1862, One Dollar a Year; ) Strictly in Advance. ' VOL. XXVI. NUMBER 21. Poetry. [From the N. Y. Evening Post. THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND MORE V'e or coming, Father Abraham, thru hundred thou ant more, From Mliil.ilppr. winding at thm nd riom Now Kug land'a ebore ; We leave our plow, and workshop!, our wItp. and chil dren drat, With heerte loo full for utteraace, tul with a eilent tnar We dure not look behind oa, but atcMdlljr before We are coming, Father Abraham, three hundred thou and more I If jrrn rook acroea the lilll-lope that moti the northern eky. Long moving llnee of rl.lng dnt jour tlllon may dee- cry i And now the wind an limtant toara the cloudy Tell aaida And floate aloft our enanglcd flag In glory and In pride And bayouote in the aunllgbt gleam, and ban da bravo uualc ponr We are coming....

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. — 18 September 1862

Cbc Jpigblnnb plus rv 11 niLiiSOOROUoir, onio. Thursday, - . - Sept. 18, 18G2. Union Nominations. UNION STATE TICKET. fudge Pf Snrrema Court VRANRMS T. BACKt'S. Secretary of State W. S. KF.NNON. tllnrnai n.neraU-CIt A I N KT N. Otflf. Srhonl i.'omnilMlon. r WM. n. HENRI E Board of rablic Worka-VOUN B. GJlEuor.T. FOR CONGRESS, ROBERT M. BRIGGS, Of Fayette County, COUNTY TICKET. Auditor, JAMES REECE, Commisioner, FRED I. BUMGARNER. Infirmary Director. DANIEL ROADS. LATEST NEWS. Dispatches from Osn. McCIellan--Ite hai Whipped the Enemy--Tho Battle of Midd'etown A Frdoral Victory Oonerat Reno killed. Headquarters Armt or the Poto mac, Three miles beyond Middi.etowji, September I t 9 : 10 P. M. To Jl. ir. JlaltuJc, General in-Chief : After a very revere engaaemeot the corps of (Jen. Hooker and Gen. llcuo have carried the height commanding (he . Hagcrstowo road, by storm. Tho troops behaved niaguificentfy ; they never fought better. Gen. Frank lin has been hotly engaged on the ex treme le...

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. — 18 September 1862

Matters about Home. To Country Publishers. A Journeyman Compositor and Press man, wants a situation in a Country Newspaper office. Wages not 10 much od cbjQct sb steady employment. Ad tlrr.ua Daniel Thorp, at this office. [...] in Ohio Postponed to October 1st. TLo Governor has again postponed tho drift to October 1st, when he say it will positively be made, unless the State's quota Bhall be filled by volun teering beforo that time. Tho post ponement U in consequence of the ex citement throughout the State during the past two weeks, caused by the fears of an invasion on the Southern border. The 60th Ohio. The news of the surrondor of liar -pel's ferry on Monday lust, after des perate fighting, causes great uneasiness among tho friends of our galliot boys ofthoCOth. They were at Harper's Ferry at last accounts, on tho 10th inst., and were no doubt in tho battlo. We have no particulars of the loss on either side, and further intelligence will be awaited witb paintul interest, it is st...

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. — 18 September 1862

Farmer's Department. American Agriculturist for Sept. ! mifoly a Vnlu!)le number. Tha HoprrU upitii tho (1iop, (-co. pi gos 2(54, olo.) embody tho Invfatig .niotn &fmnj hundreds of practical, reli;ib1n fiTen In all part of the country, and the preterit a better view oftho actonl Condition of the Crops throughout tho fforlhcrn State thnn ran ho obtained I through any other source. Those, with the resale of tbd ohgcrvitiun of the Uditor. who his just been tiiroiiv.li Great Britain, and part of Central I'i'i tope, will enable farmers and others tn judjre'of the Market TrospouU. Without particularizing, we direct at tention to the whole of this number of the Agricultural, its 32 double quarto pages are brim-full of useful, ins'ructive, and interesting information for tho FARM.OARDUX, and HOUSEHOLD, not omitting the "little ones," and in cluding some twenty five illustrative en Rravlogs. The Editor-in-Chief, Mr. Judo, hasjust returned from a tour of observation on the Agriculture of ...

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. — 25 September 1862

J. L. B O ATID M AN, J Editor and Poprielor. ) & Jfamiljj $aunt;tl glcboifir" ia tcbs, politics, litcntiitre, gdtitlture, gParhtfs, c. One Dollar a Year; ) Strictly in Adrance. VOL. XXVT. IITLLSBOROUGII, lira H LAND COUNTY. .OIITO, THURSDAY,' SEPTEMBER 25. 1882. NUMBER 22. I if Poetry. A MOTHER'S PRAYER. Father tin the bittlo Frar, Shelter Ms lifr hel, I Pr I Nere hit ynunirarm with the might Ofjfaetlc-e, Mherty, are! rliht. Where.lhsn-ct hall dfaHllsst fall, Whore stern duly liin'leat calls, Wlir-re lh arrifv Is (lores and wild. Father I guard oh I guard m; child t Where tho foe rash swift and strong, M.idly atrlvina; fur the wrong I V'hirp the rlnnhlnit arm men wlold flint shore tha battle Hold I TVhere atlrlinir air la hot With bnr.tln shell nml hlttlnf shnt Father 1 to my buy's brave hreast Let no treacherous blade be pressed, t father I If my woman's heart Frail and weak In ovory part Wanders from the morcy seat After those dear roving feet. Lot thy tun ler pitying (tries E...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 25 September 1862

ffjje pliant) grins. nir.L'jBOROuon. onio. Thursday, Sept. 25, 1862. Union Nominations. UNION STATE TICKET. .lu.liienf liiir.-m. .nrf I-! NKMN T. H."M HirrolarT "f Klalu--W . . KKVMlX. Mlornay Oenetal CIIAfV KV R. Vt.fi. H.h'i'1 Coiuuila.ionfr . IK HKNKI.K. Ilnuiilur I'ublig Works-Jiilf II. (lUEtiORY. , . FOK lliMiUKM), IiQJJERT M. DHIGaS, Of Fayette i uunty. COUNTY TIOKET-Audit-ji-. J A MI'S RF.KCK. CiIHtnli.iilH'r, M:U'. I. UCMUAUNPR. I ufii-niary Dlrrrter, IMMKti ftl.U. LATEST NEWS. Th Orontoit Ttnt'lu cf the Wtr T io lie'io's Dofcatod and Driven Our of Maryland. On Wednesday cf lust week, 17th inst., (7en. McC'lellan attacked and de featcd the main body of the robel ar in y under Gen. Lee, near Slmrpsburjr, Md. The battle lasted all day, and was tho bloodiest and' most obstinately con tested ol' the war, but ended in a deci dcil victory of our army. Tho day after tho battle both armies wero engaged in burying tho dead and Inking caro of the wounded. On Friday tlio rebels-retreat...

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. — 25 September 1862

Matters about Home. T Our County Fair. Will be held week after next, as will be aecn by tlio notice in oar advertising column. From the 60th. Tho latest loiters received from the 60th are to tlio 18th, at which time they were at Frederick City, Md. They have since been hetrd from at Annapo lis, Md., and Mr. Thos. Hibben, of this place, who camo homo from Columbus on Tuesday night, reports that the regiment was expected to arrive there that night. Tho regiment was paroled with tho other prisoners taken at Harper's Ferry. A letter from Mnj Marlav. roeoivd by his wifV, states their loss at 9 or 10 killed and wounded. He pivos no name?, but says none of them beloi-pcd to this vicinity. A letter from Corporal Jno. Ellis, of Co. A, says that Adjutant Birrera was wounded in tho left hand, but as. Major Mori ay docs not mention it, wo hope the roport is incorrect. Tho body of th i Into Lieut. Charles W. Trimble arrivod hero on Tuesday morning, and was interred in the af ternoon. A numerous ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 25 September 1862

Whom to Address. Ai tfierfl ore many praon who wisri to communicate with tie different bu tinui at Washington, a list of the prop er perooi to tdiresi mtjr bo useful to our readers: All letters relating to pay of solJieri on furlough or In hopitnl, shoolJ to addressed to Gen. B. V. Lamed, Paymaster-General. Applications for back pay and the 100 bounty of drcemcd soldiers should bs addiessed to lion. R. 13. French, 8ccond Auditor. Application for pay of teamsters, employees of tliequartermaitrr'depnrt merit, or for horse billed in scrioe, should bo addressed tj (loo. I. Atkin son, Third Auditor. Applications relatim to pay or boon j in the marine or nnval service, should ba addiesHcd to II on. llobart Berrien, Fourth Auditor. Letter concerning soldiers In tho ar my should bs addresnad to Adjutant Oeueral Lorcnio Thomas. Tn Defenses op VA6iiiNaT03. Mr. Cotton's topographical map shows the location of fifty-two forts and bat teries which lust fall constituted (he defenses of tho city, ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 2 October 1862

J. L. BOARD MAN J Editor andProprietot. J'amiln aitnm gckiA to llcfos, 1oIiticsr .fttcrafurf, Agriculture -3,; v.t One Dollar a Year; ) Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2. 18G2. NUMBER 23. Poetry. [From the Atlantic of October.] The Battle Autumn of 1862. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. The fliigii of wr like trm-l)lnli fly, Ths charging trumpets blow ; Tot mill no thumlrr in the sky, No earth nnke strives below. Anl, enlm anil patient, Nutnre keeps Hot am-lent promine well, Though o'er her bloom ml greenness sweeps . The buttle-brenth of hell. Ami still ilte walk In gnlilon hour . Through hs.rrest-he.ppr fiirmii. And still she wean her fruits an J Borers Like jewels on hor arm. What mean the glivtiiess of the plain, TbleJ'iy of ere anil morn, Tho mirth that shakos the beiinl or grain And yellow links of corn f Ah I eyes may well he full of tears, And heart with hate are hot , But even-pared como round the year, And Nature changes not. She ...

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 October 1862

rac. 1 ' " r niLLIBOROUOn, OHIO. . V ... . Thursday, Oct. 2, 1862. Union Nominations UNION STATE TICKET. Jtidnof BopremeOnrt FRANK!.!! T. BAl'IU" IWretarv ef Fu-W. . Krft.HOK, Aefcnel IWiailN'oDfr-X. I. HKMKt.F. r d of Publle Worh-JOH B. ORKCORT , roa ooNoavsu, IIOBEET M. BRI008, Of T3,'t County. COUNTY TICKET. Auditor. JAMES RFKCK. . Commfassioster. rnKD. I. BDM0AS5BS. fnrrrwMsry IMreetee, DAHItL BOAM. . LATEST NEWS. There haa been no movement of im portance fn either army on the Potomac for the last week. It is rumored at Washington thst Commissioners are on their way from Rich T on d with proposals for peaee. Gen. Sigel has asked to be relieved from his command fn the East, on the ground that he has been badly treated by Geo. Halleck. We should like to see Sigel put in command of BucTl's srmy. Msjor Gen. Wm. Nelson was killed in Louisville on Monday last, by Gen. Jeff. C. Davis, of Indiana. It is represented thst Nelson grossly insulted and struck Davis.Iwho thereupon borrowed 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. — 2 October 1862

Matters about Home. 8. m. f ETTEXUIL1. & CO. !u. 57 Park How, JJ. York, and 0 Stat it., Bottoa, are our only Agents for lh News In those eltlM,anii ar anthorlied to take Advertisements and Sulieerlptlona or as at onr Lowest iats. The Draft Made in Highland. Yesterday morning, October 1st, at 9 o'clock, Commissioner Scott proceed ed to draft the militia of tins county, iu pursuance of the Governor's proclama tion. The name were publicly drawn from a box at the Court House, Mr. Ueorge Underbill being selected to draw them, hiving first been blindfold ed. Tho wholo number drafted from th county was 181, distributed as fol lows: .Brushcreek, 16 Clay, 8 Conoord, 30 Jlsmer, - 19 Fairfield, 9 Jackson, 32 Msrahatl, .4 Newmarket, 3 Pcnn, 11 Puint, 5 8alcm, 9 Union, 9 YashlBgton, 26 Total, . 181 Four townships were exempt, having more than filled their quotas, viz : Dod aon, Liberty, Madison, and Whiteoak. The drafted men are required to ap pear within five days after the draft, icadr to ...

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 October 1862

How King David Used a Slave of the Enemy as a Scout. The Auiatekites liad inradcd Juilan, bnfoed lha citj of Kiting, ant) carrtmf laa women and cliiUrcn awny captivf, Wong them David's Iwo .wives. The King inquired of the Lord and gained permission lopurme the invaders with Bia army. Whilo on the march h 'found an Egyptian slave, who had lain throe days and threo nights upon the field, having hoon left sick by his mm ter, one of ilia retreating Amalekites. But ao far from turning this desei tod alave oat or the linos and proolmiiiin an "Ordor No. 3," David gavo him bread and water, and 8g9 and raisins, to relieve his famiahed apirit, and then questioned him: "Canst thou bring me down to this company ?" And he said. "Swear unto mo my God, that thon will neither kill mo, nor deliver me, info the hand of ny master, and 1 will bring thee down to this company." David took tho oath ; and the slave lod him down to tho camp of tho enemy whe were eating, dcinktng and dancing over their victo...

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 October 1862

" l.'l ' . V .J',. I J.J J. J. L. BOARD MAN,) Editor andProprietor. j .. ;.j.jLim j , ac;. & iantllfi 3otornal-$tfoirt to SCetos, politics, ftorafuw, grienltart, Itavkls c. I One Dollar a Year; Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH; HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, .OCTOBER 0. 1862. NUMBER 24. Poetry. [For the News. Dear News : Permit mo to intro dtt03 to you and your renders, Mr. 0. S. Jackson, as an occasional contributor. He is not yet 19 yosrs of age, and of his merits as a poet I need aay nothing, as the following beautiful lines will speak his praise sufficiently. GRANVILLE. Level, O., Sept. 25, 1862. The Star-Spangled Banner Forever. BY O. S. JACKSON. Whllo traitors are seeking, with tmitooe fianif, Our dearly loroil Union to seror, I.llce pntrluta trite, we prmulljr mnut stain! By the Slur-f pnngtcH Banner fiii-erer I That Banner to gained bjr our Ihrefathers' IiIomI, BI l'l the hnv.c of War' desolation : Ami with a Arm haml ami rellanee on CnI, They ina'lo It the...

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 October 1862

' (V s. niLLSBOROtron, onio. Thuftday, - Oct. IT, 18G2. Union Nominations UNION STATE TICKET. .Ttirfita nf ".nprame Court MIANKMN T. n.V'KI". Ke, retary of Mate V. H. KFNNON, Attorney f!ero-rnlCHArNt'KY K. Pl.PM. Seh.Hil Cnnimimloiier WM. I'. HESKI.K. Board of Public Worke JiIIN D. (iJtKlit'HY. ROBERT M. BRIQGS, Of Fayette County. COUNTY TICKET. A lift I lor. JAM FS RF.Ki'E. Comml.ttolier, IItKD.,1. Bl'MGARNKri. Infirmary lMret-tor, iunikr rnvtns. UNION MEN, TO THE POLLS! ' VOTE EARTjY, AND THEN SEE THAT EVERY UNION VO TER IN YOUR TOWNSHIP DE POSITES HIS VOTE. YOUR YOU TO COUNTRY EXPECTS DO YOUR DUTY. FAIL NOT. AS YOU YOUR LIBERTIES. VALUE LATEST NEWS. Tho latest war news from Kentucky is, that the rebels' have evacuated Lex ington and Frankfort, and aro falling back, towards Crab Orchard, where it is - supposed they will make a stand. Our army is following them up elosely, and the prospect is that tho State will soon be rid of their presence. Gen. Rosccrans has gained af cries bril...

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 October 1862

Matters about Home. Oor Codntt Fair commenced yes tcrday, with fine weather, and a pros pect of a pood exhibition. Let alt who can, attend for at least one day. . . m Postponement of the First Day's Exhibition at Our County Fair. Since the above notice was in type, we learn from Dr. Sams, President of the Board, that owih to the small attend anoe yesterday, It war determined to postpone the exhibition of Draft Horses, Mules, Farm Implements, &o., until to day, Thursday, Oct. 9. Tho exhibition of Cattle, Fruits, Flowers, Needle work tie., will also come off to day, as previ ously announced. - . . . Tho drafted men aseenibln'l in town on Monday last, and left for Camp Don liiaon on Tuesday morning. The 60th was still at Chicago at last accounts. Head the articles on fourth pnfros. the first and The Draft created somo dissatisfac tion, m was naturally expected, and in otn township (Washington) wo regret to Irarn that an organization was form ed for tho purposo of resistance ; but f...

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 October 1862

Farmer's Department. [From the Cincinnati Commercial.] The Cans Crop of Ohio. DAYTON, Sept. 27, 1862. Ron. Com. t anr induced to nuke ome nucgoslions through' th eolrtmn rrf vonr ninnr for the bcnc6t of thoe j i i having canecropa this fall. Tho aonro ilj of help upon the farms, at well a tho difficulty of fcottih;: nppirntus nda qtnto to the mannfiicluring of the abun dant crop of tho eaon, demand! atten tion to the best moan fr preserving the cane until it con bo worked up. An idea exist among most producers that it must bo hurried through in d.iy This is a great mistake. The best cine I worked up list fa'l stood upon the hill until thel3th of October, and was then ricked op in my shed until ' the 28 th of November, nl which tiino the saccharomelcr stood 0 deg. B, whilo on the 13th of the same month it marked only 7 do. Puring tho interval there VTCro scvcrol hard freezing spells, but no weather warm enough to induce for mentation, wbk-h U'ter i the onl source of injury to be appr...

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 October 1862

J.) L. BOAIIDMAN, Editor andProprtetor. J .VOL; XX VI. I;:'jfnntil2 Jaural---gebi)(li:to; IJclus,' fjoltiics, JTttcnittirc, ' grtrulturc, Dlarlitis, ir. "lit llsborotoTi73Tr ti l 1 if d c o u n t y . oiiio; Thursday, o;ctui?f,r ig. 1.802. One Dollar a Year; ) Strictly in Advance. NUMBER 25. ' ri'B'LIC SPEAKERS AND RINGERS. IKW are aware of the Impnrtanre ef rhecainr CoirRfreT "Common Cold" In Its first stnaa. That olilcli In the hen"'''" y I'1 to mild remedy, If neglected noon attacks the Ltinirs. "Ilmwn's limn. rhlal TriK-hes," contalnlns; detnilh-entlngrodlelita,allnT 1'iilrannury nodHronrnliil Irrlutlnn. , BROWN S "That IronMn tt mv Thmat. (fnrwhlrh the Troches' are miHelHc having mad TROCHES Bit ofteu a mere whisperer.'' N. P. WILMS. BROWN'S "I recommend their mm to Piano 8rrnraa." TtEV. K. )I. CIIAI'IS. TROCI1KS "liar proved ratreme! serviceable for llourwrrw." BROWN'S KKV. IIKNBY WARD BEEC "Almost Instant relief in the distressing TBOCIIES bor of breathitir peculiar to Asthma....

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 October 1862

niLLSDOROuon, onio. Thursday, Oct 16. 18G2. s V r LATEST NEWS. Gen. Bucll whipped a portion of Jfgg'sarmy at Pcrryville, Ky. on Wednesday of last week. After the battle, Bragg retreated to Camp Dick Robinson. . LOUISVILLE, October 13. It is definitely known.jthat oar forces now occupy Ilarrodsbarg and Danville with onr lines stretching between the two points. The enemy have nil retired across the . river into Camp Dick Robinson. lhe firing of Saturday was a brink cannonading of lho enemy s rear, as they fled across the river, to which they had no time to respond. ITarrodsburg, Frankfort, Danville and Lexington Ky., are again in our possession, and communication by rail and telegraph are being opened. Our forces have been capturing rebel stores guns, prisoners, ko., Altogether they have transacted a fair business in this line. Tho tlcrald's .special Washington correspondent says that tho Government has come into possession of a letter from Beauregard to Bragg, containing a full criti...

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 October 1862

Matters about Home. The Election in Highland. " We liAre 'bnlj timo to nay tW ttie "white rig" Domoorsey fo carried their whole ticltii 1T boot S50 mnjorr itjr, ; We are not surprise!- at tlio re unit, knowinpt,' as wa d ihut at least two-tliirds of onr oMiprs rbsnt in the Army, belong to the Union pnrty. The followincr. are tjie reported tnnjoritiea on Congressman and County Auditor: , Ttrasficreck, Clny, Concord, Bodson, 1'flirficld, Itnmor, Mndisoni Murshnll, ; Newmarket, Paint, , Penn, Snlctn, Union, ' Whitcoak,' MnJ.. . 21 llorrow Mj. , fleece. 51 J., 21) 25 25 42 V 42 43 43 104 . , . 1C3 U7 : 147 -" . as v n ' 14 ' ' 14 185 ; 172 28 23 89 93 ' 11 13 22 37 97 1)7 83 73 40 40 i, 68 68 765 409 761 413 409. . 413 White's maj. 356 Morrow's 348 Greenfield Fair Postponed. The 5th Annual Fair of the GrecnGcld TTnfin Atrrienltnrnl Sonilv will ha held v.. . r j at Grcenneld, Highland county, on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, the 22nd, 23d and 24th Oct. inst. Arrangements will probably ...

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 October 1862

Humphreys' Fjccll. llomropithl Remedies. p ap awp) "MpaiilA by books f 4trptWea mt la iugl box. f-v particular disease. Th Manly woeful l puUr Family Medicine areftwealaia Kllebaroanty hy w. R.sjnm, High tvrt, ewe doer arts' W1. M.tMf UILLSttORO FEMALE COLLLGE. BOAfU' OK INSTRIVTIOX. IIABY J. WiBBEN, Prinotpr.1. MM MITItr.lt Kl.lt. A. TIHIM. N.TnE MATIIKH M.F.ASOU KKI.LOCfl. FB'IK Sev.-nth Y.sir is.ninp-neesi IVptember JL Tuition lo English Brunches and Latin, !".! per ypor. B rd hi the fmiilr of the Principal, Including- h In, fuel nnJ llifht. J-' 7 nor week . To hoarding pn pit retraining In tho Colh-ce floin Monday morning un- III I relay etlernoon, n ilediM-lioii 01 .. rem per w m III he mad... Twenty tl i' per rent, m tv be .led noted from the toll toe in 111 lid binm lie of tho daujhter of EvtngoljrmV minister. A few iawh remain untnaged for choke thereof nut;- r. rly sppllear ln. I'or Catalouoo ad.in M. J. WABHEN, Prthoipat, anTtf Hill-ihom. I'lilo. Shaving and Hair Dress ing...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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