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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 23 October 1862

ii : k J. L. HOARD MAN, Editor andProprietor. Jfamilg JounwI-Dtbolcb to- ftclus, f oHfics, literature, gncitlturc, ICarlids,: H HILLSBOROUGH, OCTOBER 23. 1862. ' XUMRKH 20! VOL. XXVI. . ''' I , ,. .i , .M Hi i.i ii i.lnl 'n X .i "Jf W '.Wl'1'!'! . 'W1 .'JJU'I' .'UJl-.iJ. . !' . . " ' Poetry. [For the News. Onward! BY G. H. WILLIAMS. OawaMI Onward 1 Ktvar faltart Hot oiir mlghtr col urn m on I "' Ifara Ml, '111 on tit altar Beared by noMo WnioToii f Fall? Ah, no I A tyrant' povrar Ne'er can cmb our liberty i ""Toe aacrad jot wo hold (ho lour ; When 'twan oald "Thlo Nation' raai !' . . Thongh dark cloud, at limot hang o'er no, Oatliarlng round ear Conntry'o head, t till a Usht ohioe bright Iwtiro no Til thi amoaT or rni Bran I - Booldeo tell thonnand gnllant braroo, Whoaa namoo are writ In Memory'! book, Whoaa bodleo monlder In their gravel, : We bad an ELijwonnt and HcCook. Noble, generoiK, kind and good, The prlda and glory of our laud 1 Yet baeely murdered In cold blood, By traltnr...

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 October 1862

IIILL3TJOROUOIT, OHIO. Thursday, Oct 23, 18C2. LATEST NEWS. Tlio war news of tho post week ia of litllo interest. Tlia ntw Congressional delegation in l'cantlrunia will stand 12 Democrats and 12 Republican!. Ia Ohio 14 Dem ocrats and & Republicans. In Indiana, 5 Democrat, 4 Union, and 2 in doutt. At tho recent great battle at Corinth, the 27th, Sytn, C3d and the SOth Ohio Regiments wcro engaged-. For tho first four aaiaed it was tho flint im portant battle, jtl tho men behaved like Tetcrans. They were under the command of General Stanley A private circular hit been issued by therebil Government to proprietor oft newspaper in the Confederacy, forbid ding the publication of the President' Proclamation. End of the Minnesota Indian War. Tho St. Pan! Pioneer of the 12th says dispatches wereeeiived by Ocn. Pope from Ocn. Sibley, who rrports the Indi an war, as far as the Sioux, aro concerned, about endd. The entire force of the lower bonds surrendered tojGen. Sibley. Ha has probably t...

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 October 1862

Matters about Home. IS Court commenced it Fall term on Monday last,,. Judga Btuaos on Ihe bench. Tfc5 Jn3 j lakes hi defeat 01 efclmlj'taa.if, nothing bad happened. ' x An interetaing letter from Maj. Mar lay, of the 60th Ohio, deicribinp; the surrender of Harper's- Ferry; alao, a letter from the 8ffh:Obio, will lo found on onr first page,' ;.' ' It In rumored that Lieut. R. It. Wad- dol of this place, and several privates of Capt. Buck company, 1st Ohio Cavalry, wero taken prisoners recently in Ken tucky.-r f ' 7 ' i " Tho Vallandjghamtocrr had "a grand celebration", of their, late 'groat ,tri- nmph' in .this place yesterday and last night. "Dead body" Vallandigham him self was here and addressed the meeting. ,. , . . . Br. D. Noble, Surgeon of the 60th Ohia, arrived here last Friday evening on bis way borne to Sugartree Ridge. We regret to learn that he has been suf fering from a very severe attack of fever and is still quito feeble.-, A few weeks rest, and the pure and bracing ai...

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 October 1862

Richmond Talceii ! IKE S. MYKUS Never Surrenders Pi.fckM SUPPLIES OF CLOTHING- AND GEMS' FIT.MSIIIM! GOODS For Spring and Summer! r,& TO ms SOLD- AT eveut AirrfrLS op APr.vnnt,, Itum JACKET FOB THE 8M..LLES1) DOT ! COAT FOR TlfK' LARGEST SMN X CAN BE. BOUGHT LOW FOUCASII! I Fine Assortment of Shirts, To which capccial attention U InvUi'J. Alao, OLOVF.9, NECK-TIES, HANDKERCHIEFS, And in fee eTerrthinjr In th Clothing Line, of the best quality and at the Lowuat Prices,. Also A Fine Assortment of NOTIONS J Inrtii'Hnjr Outcry, Coml. BrnlW. Hfiirhi'ry, Mil, cat Xuatrumnt-t, PUtN, ind ninny otlir articled, "too iitiiutron to uicntiun!" IKF 8. MTKK. Miifn Sfrt. Smith Hide. IlilNtmro, My 22. 1HH2. OpiHwitw Ptil.lir Kpiarw. " PAY UP! Notice. eft to J. K. MA It LAY, 1 nulp nr lk arc-nint. rt hereby not I Hud thut no hMj;er tnhile-nf r;ui 1 civi-n, but lutiil cluima 31 1ST BK HKTTLED IMMKDIATKi,!! Tii in imtice U iHtrntVii to bo tnkrn ah In earnest, nnd iw tifiiiiin? jutt what It .'. Tlmm?...

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 October 1862

A V .A . . r a jf m 41 J. L. DOARDMAN,) Editor andProprietor. ) & :$w&l lairrmtl gleijfllcir . to Ictos, oItttts, literature, fgncitliuiT, Pnticts, t. S One Dollar a Year; ) Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH, tilGHLA.NI) COUNTY. OHIO, TEIURSDAY, OCTOBER a). 18G2. NUMBER 27. Eichmond Taken ! hit IKE S. MYERS Never Surrenders ! FRESH SUPPLIES OF CLOTHING -AND- GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS For Spring and Summer! ALL TO BS SOLD AT . EVKKV ARTICLE or AprAREL, frin a JACKET FOB TITK HMALLEST DOY 1 ton COAT TOVL THE LAltOEST WAS I CAN BE BOUGHT LOW FOX CASH! A Fine Assortment of Shirts, To which cupwlsl ttout(on la Invited. AIo, GLOVES, NKCK-TIKS, HASDKEKCHIEK8, And in f.tct evM-vtliinx in the Cluthlns Line, of the bom qualii)- and at the Lowe.t rrict-a. AlaoA Fine Assortment of NOTIONS J Including Cutlery, Tomb., SinnhtHi, Pfrfumery, MukI cul Ilutrumontfi, PiMtolft, andimuiy oIIkt ortit-lett, "toonuuiurou. to mention!" IKE. 8. MYEItS, Main Street, Smith .Me, ITIIInlioru, May...

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 October 1862

Cje jjuft pus. niiiLSBOROUQiii onio. . ' Thursday, - Oct. 30.18G2. c; j LATEST NEWS. Advance the Army of the Potomac. , . .a .. - iii.v i. r. !., r.- :.t;oi ....... .crv..n ..v... anadvtneaof the army orthe A dicpatoh to the Baltimore American, from Headquarters, dated on Sunday evening, says the movement had already commenced. This is confirmatory of, what is said by the Cincinnati Gaielte correspondent, writinpf undor date of Friday evening. The army whjch is now roovincf. he savs. is the largest ever before assembled on the American eon. It is organized in two grand'di-j visions commanded respectively by Mo Clcllsn and Burnside. as follows: Burnside's Command. 2nd Corps Major-General Couch. 12th Corps Mtijor General Slocnm. 9th Corps Brigadier General Wil coi. McClellan's command. 1st Corps-Maior GeneruI Kevnolds. 5th Corps Major-Gcneral rortr. 6th Corps-Major-General Franklin. The route of tho array, he thinks, will not be up the Shenandoah Valley. . One of tho most cheering ite...

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 October 1862

Matters about Home. Court. We made slight mistake lattweok in stating that the Court of Common Pleas was in session. We should hnvo said the Dutrict Court. The Common Pleas Court commenocd Us Fall term on Tuesday last. Judge Dickey presiding. m ,. i. The 60th Coming Home. ' The Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial telegraphs to that paper on Monday last, as fol lows : "Orders have been issuod to muster out of servico the ICtli Ohio Volunteers, a one year regime?! t, ronde prisoners not long since at Harper's Ferry, and sinee kept at Chicago on parole." . Tho numbor of the regiment is evi dently a misprint for the COtli, as there was no 16th regiment at Harper's Fer ry. If tho statement is reliable, as we presume it is, wo may look for the regi ment home in a few days. Will notour citizons prepare to giro he gallant boys a suitable reception, on heir return ? Eart.t Winter. This region was visited by quite a snow storm last Satur day night. The snow full to nn averag...

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 October 1862

Farmer's Department. A Word to Farmers. prmer " word with YOU. Al p - - , wfior onrr ire fttriY sotrhm wKet. !) . you considered tha probable. tettitj of . v. . . . .1 . : - V I Irl ; proTiMOira uarrirjr. ins ounriu von not, now la ttie time fi do no. Look - troood you tnd ece how fur the . are town, fulls short of hst year. ' Hite ' any of yoff too much whsat or corn ob ; fctndi jot nowT We think not. Art the prospects for a good crop next yrr . aoy more fatorable than last jcar ? Are thej ercn half ao fuirf And mark ye, the name rale holds good eNewhore. The progress of the rebellion hs ma terially affected the farming interests ' everywhere. In the South, many grain growing regions, as Virginia, are a des ert waste. Tlioaauda of acres that formerly produced wheat, will tVr year ' remain unsown. So in Kentucky so In Tennessee and Missouri. Neither of these States will produce enough to supply the home denwcxL In the . North, the war has taken largely from the farming clans, the he...

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. — 6 November 1862

J. L. BOARDMAN.j Editor andProprietor. ) Jnnuln Joitntitl tMt) to ITctos, politics, ifttcrafttrc, jjricniturc, Tiirhds, c. One Dollar a Year; f" Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH. IHGHLA.ND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6. 1862. NUMBER 28. Richmond Taken ! BUT IKE S. MYERS Never Surrenders ! FRESH SUPPLIES OP CLOTIIIPCTG- AND CENTS' FMSIHXG GOODS For Spring and Summer! ALL TO BE SOLD AT EVERY ARTICLE OF APPAREL, frtm a JACKET FOR TUB SMALLEST BOY ! to A COAT FOB THE LABGE8T MAN ! riv nE nnnnriT i.nw vnn n sin wS av 1 W WSWVJ . JLf W w X kA a. 1 Fine Assortment of Shirts. To which especial attention la Invited. Also, GLOVES, NKOK-TIES, HANDKERCHIEFS, And In fact everything In the Clothing Line, of the bout quality and at tho Lowest tTtces. Also A Fino Assortment of 1ST TIONS Including Cutlery, Combs, Brnvhes. Perfumery, Mini, cal Instrument, Plaints, and ui.iny other urticlca, too numerous to nl0llton!, IKK 8. MYERS, Slain Streot, South il.Ie, TTItlnlioni, May 21, I ma....

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. — 6 November 1862

,4V, . - .. ..... ge pfljjlnnb fflctos, HILLBOUOUOn. OHIO. Thursday, Nov. 6, 1862 a. !i LATEST NEWS. WASHINGTON, Nov. 4—8 P.M. - The Union forces mv? hold all the pips in the Che Ri-Jga, no that it f ; impossible for tho enemy to pet lln ro , and eo me in the rear of McClrllun, or advance on Manassas. It U evident to- day that the rebels arc desirous of draw ing our army over tho Blue Ridpo into the valley, to commence butlo, or olso they are retreating up the v.iiUy. Tub telegraph brings the sad ititelli pence of the death of Gen. O. M. MlTcnErat Baaufurf, S. C. or yellow fever. It is said that this dreadful dii ease is prevailing at that point. Galveston, Texai, is now in posers lou of tho National forces, having ben evacuated by tho rcbtlj about tho 4th inst. The news is cont.iinod in an ex. Ira of the Houston Telegraph, whkh states that the National commander no tiflod the people that four days would be allowed for tho women and children to leave. On the last day of grace the re...

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. — 6 November 1862

Matters about Home. ' -. ----- . -n- Correction. tn our notica of tlio Vallandighrtm jollification wo said : "S. E. TlitiUn prc-l Jed" fit tho night meet ing. N't? ro sinoo informed tliero was no rcffulnr or-raniaaiion on that occa sion. Mr. IT. Iicinp prominently nentcd on tli o platform 11 to tlie mihtnke in ANNOTATOR. Our townsman, Mr. Win. II. Wood row, Quartermaster of the Cth Ohio Cav alry, arrive. at komo lust Thursday night, having resigned It is office, tie in in fino health, and left the men all well. lie left Fort Lnromia Oct. ICth. CURT adjourned on Tuccduy after noon. Very littlo biiMnces of public, interest wns irnnsiotoil, nil the tnont im portant ciihcs lcinf contimii'd. We publish this woek tho 1'rcniium List of the late County Fuir. From the 60th Ohio. In another place we publish on inter- estng letter from the 60th. eivinz an no I count of the outrageous treatment they havo reoontly received at Camp Doug las. Tho writer is a thoroughly relia ble man, in whoso f-ta...

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. — 6 November 1862

Farmer's Department. Rvbroriin Tries ETergraerm are Wars in leu f, anclit is, therefore, .in firrtiritin planting to teoare quick ctlon of the root, in order to eastnin the" foliage. Earlj In the spring the ground Is eold end wet, and the root eannot tike hold; end thereforo sharp, drjiog wind era ery likely to hust the tree of all it juices before a new Tpfy ftn he fnrniahed. Lata firll planting la prill worae for the root! remain dormant a laarh longer time, and evaporation from the leaves is go lag on to some extent throughout h winter. In May or Jane the ground beeomcs fwarra the root are -ready for aclroir and eenarquently, the time is faTerablo for removal. Hat the rendition are even morj iV oritble in Angnst and September. A' this Reason the ground is thoroughly warmed through, and as the nights bo gin to be cool and dewy, the earth gives as it were, a geritU bottom licit- It is surprising to oe with what rendiness and vigor the roots now act often showing signs of growth wit...

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. — 13 November 1862

J. L. BOARD MATT, Editor and Proprietor. ) Jfiimilfi ount;t( glckM Jo $lctos, $oliitcs, $itcnitttre, gricitltoc, JK;iduls, rvf. One Dollar a Test; ) Strictly In AdTflECc. VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1862. NUMBER ; 29. f t 3r5l JCCI n Bichmond Taken ! trr IKE S. MYERS IVcvcr Surrenders ! FRESH SUPPLIES 01? CLOTHING ASD GEMS' 11 i;MSllif, GOODS For Spring and Summer! ALL TO OK SOLO AT 1& EVERT ARTICLE OF AI'PAflEL, from JACKET rOtt THE SMALLEST EOT I to COAT FOR THE LA HQ EST MAN I CAN BE BOUGHT LOW FORCASU! A Fine Assortment of Shirts, To which e4ipci:il attpntlnn 1.4 Invlied. Also, CLOVES, NECK-TIES, HANDKERCHIEFS, And in fact srrrrthinK in tho Clothing Line, of tho boil quality ud at tho Lowutt Trices. Also A Fino Assortment nf Including Cutlery, Comix, Hnilirii. P rfumcrv, Mull cftl IiiMtrumn'tN, PiMtotn, nnd m.iny ottnr articles, Mtoo numerous to muntion!" IKE S. MYKTtS, Mnln Slrwt, South irlc ' nillKlioro, Mny '11. Wii. Oi polp4'u''...

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. — 13 November 1862

(Tic Dtgljlanb Tcfos UILLSBOROUOII, OHIO. Thursday, Nov. 13, 1862 LATEST NEWS. Oen. McCicllan was removed from 4 the command of the Army of the I'oto uino on the 5th inst. and (Jen. Uurnside appointed in his place. Kven the Pros- ident seems to have como to the coneln- tion that McCicllan woa . too aiiican opinion that most people cntcrtaiued for some time paBt. His successor has the reputation of being a brave and cn- crpctie commander, and great hopes are now indulged of vigorous and efleetive movements in Virginia beforo winter RCtS in;' ! Oen. Uisenerans lias arrived at Nash-j ville, and Bragg is retreating towards, Chattanooga. . ; - ! The TiOuisville Journal says f!en. (J raxokr's column that moved from . , ' . n neighborhood 0r Lexington, has orders to advance. Tho fact that the have crossed the Cumberland into Ken. . 1 o .1 P T I-! 1. rinoinntli i tw, h a liunn rfietintr in Hia juy .lorino purpose .,Mu..ue..s .., , mountaineers, has doubtless something la do with this moveme...

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. — 13 November 1862

Matters about Home. Iiicnt. 0. W. Barrcro, of Co. A, and Lieut, Cnr'y T.: Pope, of. Co. F," COtli Ohio, arrived hereon Tuesday evening lost, having left Chicajro on Monday. They report thnt tlio COth was mustored out of scrvieo on that day, and was to ho sent to Camp Penninon or Camp Chase, this week, to ho paid off. They may therefore he expected home before the closo of the week probahty by to night or to-morrow night's train. We take tho liberty of suggesting n meeting of our citizens Tina Aftrh noon, (Thursday,) at 3 o'clock, to make arrangements for giving tho gallant reg iment a suitable reception. . . , , I. ' Tho Hog season has fairly commenc ed, and largo droves pass through town daily on their way to Porkopolis. Buy ers here are paying $4 for weights of 200 lbs and over. ' Wo have been enjoying pleasant wea ther for the last week or two, though Tain is still greatly needed. ' - ' It is mated that the Battalion of Col. Collins has been constituted an inde pendent corps, and...

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. — 13 November 1862

Farmer's Department. Hints for Farmers, suited to the Season. From that excellent publication for Farmers, Stock Raiser, Ordoner, and 'all otbera engaged in agricultural pnr ioiti the "American Agriculturist''--for the current month, we compile the following hinti and upjreitions applica ble to the frcient acaion : CARE OF SHEEP. Sheep are now and aro likely to be one of the moat profitable kinJs of stock. Giro them all needful attention in ihelfer and foot. When kept nt an open stack or exposed to storms, tliev eat more, (to keep ont the cold,) but thrift less,' and auffor more from influ eoia or colds, manifested by running at the nose. n BARNS AND STABLES. Stop the rain leaks in the roof, aud the cold air leaks around the stalls. That great crark tinder the door lets in coiu, anu ine nore or cow must nave mofe fuel (food) for the fire within tin body, to counteract the cold draft with oat. Pure air is cssentinl, but lot it not come in chilling currents opon man or beast. With ven...

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. — 20 November 1862

iiM'.-' J. L. BOARD MAN, Editor andProprietor, ). Jfamilg aiint;t--$lcbDeJr to lclus Joltttcs, rttcrafiirc,, Agriculture, TarIicf5, c. One Dollar a Ycajrj ) Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVT. IITLLSB0110UGII, IirGIILA.ND . COUNTY, OHIO ;TtIUJlSl)AY,, NOVEMBF.lt 20. 1862. ' ' yNUMBElrSO; MAT. V. Oil VfMAT.E . AOKNTS TO SKI.L Lloyd's New Steol Plate County Color ed Map of the United States, Cana da end XTevr Brunswick, From nvmit (nirry, mmplotifl Aniti-.t 10, 1902; cont J2t.(HK) Co onirriiv l nnd on year's time. Suprrior tonny $10 Mnp ever tninle I.r O-ttnn or Mftrh MI, nnd .! at tha lowiirlreof FIFTY CENTS; 370, (MM) mtniei aro enpruved on thin Mnp. It is nut only a County Map, but It is Also , -:. A COCJTTY AND RAILROAD MAP of the United States and Cuiiadas combined 1m ono, giv ing EVERY RAILROAD STATION and distances between, (luiimntQe any vr-minn or mnn f1 to $1 per rtny, and will take back all Maps that cannot be sold, and ruftuid the money. Sfiid for ?I worth to try. Printed inst...

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. — 20 November 1862

niLLSBOROUon, onio. Than Jay, Nov. 20, 1862 LATEST NEWS. Mjor-Generl BctttsiDi'i ippoint. tnnt to lb Army of the rotomao wi w:lreoeived by the officer and oldier. The mutiny that wit Ulk about liketj toeeearln the ereot of the ro nova of McCltLLAN did not talc place. Quite the eonlrary. All reports from the Army of the Po tomao agree In predicting an early hit tie. Gen. TjTjftssiDH haa reorpstiiicd the trmy, itnt off the aick and wound ed, and pot matter in ordar, penerally, for a conflict. The prediction i made on the atrength of military opinion, that the rebels will make the attnek. A General Order lias been isiued by General Barnside, orpjniiing the army into three grand divisions, eommind ed respectively by Samner, Franklin and Hooker. Reserve- corps will le formed, commanded by Sigcl. General Rickets, who commanded a division in the corps of General Hooker, baa been assigned to the command of post at Harper's Ferry. lie is a brave and able officer, and no feara need be enterta...

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. — 20 November 1862

Matters about Home. RmR"AD Tim CirvNoriv Tim rtitrniiijr frnbi nnnr If-nre II ill-lion (5 4 A M., 'n iniim'cd Inter thn le-j fur. Urfupfiitur. louvm Cinefftmili t 3 30 ! M , m hff'orp. ! Thanksgiving Day Services. TimnkcWing (inrvice, in no(ord;incP with tlia rrorfiimniion of tlifi Governor of ifcc Stnlo nf Oliio. will ha hold in Ilillitl.orn, in tli Presbyterian Cliuul), vrxt TlmrtiUy, Nov. 27th, t 10$ o'clock A. M. A Sermon on lh teeMon wiTl be de livered bv Rev. T. CoUtT, of the M. E. Church. A Union Pruyer Heeling in behalf of the country, will alio be held in the veiling of tlio esme cy, at CJ o'clock, to which all are earnestly invited. It is sincerely desired that there bo a general suspension of business of all kinds throughout the town on that day. From the 60th Ohio. The 60th did not errivo last week, as expected, and has not arrived up to this writing, (Wednesday afternoon.) Col. Trimble arrived at home on Tuesday night, from Washington City. Wo are informed that ho recei...

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. — 20 November 1862

Farmer's Department. High Farming. The Newk York KaB(?eliit hi a sen sible artiole on the Fertiliiation of 3oil, in whioh" farmers are recommended to Irj guano and superphosphate. We are not prepared to any that tlicce wil' pay, at the present price, of jroduce, bat the following remarks we can most cordially endorse: "The purchaso of forti'iizon1, in about theaamo proportion as they inerrr.se the crepvincreane thj natural fernili aera of the form. The fuller the barn ta filled this year, the more fertilizing matter are there to go back into the soil die nit year. The soil is the far mer's bank ofdero". It l3lhoBafcst bank in the world iT tho deposits aro dis creetly made. High firming with large crops, ia more lucrative thnn low farm jng with consequent small crops. We are not one of thoso who advise rashly; lut we positively believe that the ma jority of farmers would be better sat isfied nnd more nobly rewirded, if they would feel their wny cautiously, but not very tdowly, to a h...

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