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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 29 October 1857

its W i (VVVY rrl' 1 V -v i 1 v J. Ii. nOAnDMAN t7i Jamil $0urn;il---)cfotcl iff $cfos, -politics, literature, Agriculture, gtjarfetfs, fa. (One Dollar a Year; Strictly in Advance. Editor and Proprietor VOL. XXI. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21). 1857. NUMBER 20. 00 I ; I Poetry. AUTUMN EVENING. BolioM the wlrn eymlng light ! It molta in dwufliilng (loom j So onlmly Clirintlnnn sink nwny, Docending to the tomb. The wind lenf breathe low j the withering Pcero whlnpom from the tree ; So ;ntle flown the parting breath, When good men cense to be. How hi'initiful on all the liilli The crlmnon light in shed ! 'Tie tike the ponce the Christian g'tvae To mourner round hi" bed. IIuw mildly on the wandering cloud The eunnet Imnm in CHAt ! 'Tie like the memory left behind, When loved ouei breathe tholr Innt. And now, above the dews of night, The yellow stare appear ; So faith springe in the heart of those Whose eyes are bathed in tears. Cut soon the morning's happier ...

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. — 29 October 1857

From the Mormon Country. ST. LOUIS, Oct. 23. I,,. f,,rn j f i T - n t it' I tu f-'t. I.oui uM "" nx'Vi! i us linviii'.' vrry re 1: cently F i .1 t';i1. nil li-rt, tlio colili (liMihal wilt f ll' finvornmi'iit, at l'olniotio, Kauris, ri'hiriiin;' fnun t";i't I.:,kp, vli'i reports tlmttlio Mormons re fino to rillnw tlio I'liitcd flatos troop to cntiT tli.it city. Voting fmlilii ly iL'rlnrr tliat lie will inirn tlio I'vair'us, i;nl tints oVjuivo t'to fitiimals dt' tli Cs exposition of niilisis tonee, tinl will Imrn Mm own city, if iHVcj;iry, licforo lie will suliinit to tlie lomnriN if tlio (iovcritniot'.t. Tim forts nlin tlio ronto nro rcp rrsontcil to lm in bad repair, and do not afl'ord flufiiciont protection to tlic troops. Tlio Jbytnn Journal, of Tlntraday inorniiH', fays: Among the pnscotitrpts Vy Ili Cen tral Aitif-ii. a, and ono of tlio lost, is !eor'rV .Panilinni, son of T. I'arnliani, who left Pnyton for Cali font i;t, in 1S52, in company witli .1. l-null'inl, Joseph Miinvtrl...

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. — 29 October 1857

Matters about Home. Notice to Mail Subscribers. I J" Mail, tuhsrrihrr. uif please, remem Iicr that we. invariably atop the paper at thn expiration of the time paid for. About a month before, hi time 'expires ire tend each tubserilx r it bill for tin: ensu ing year. This will give time, to renew the, tubsrription ami ensure the n jitlar continuance, of the. paper. Money may be, tent hi mail at our risk ami receipt will be. returned in the paper I'uT Court adjourned on Saturday last. . . .. Mammoth JJeets. Dr. J. A. I'ehhy Man, of Uolfnat, linn sent us two very largo and solid 'White Iieets, one weigh ing lbs., the other 7. They are Itoets that arc Beets, nnd that aro hard to heal. V"Thnnls to our friend JlonF.HT Harris, of Newmarket tp., for a bottle of Chinese Cuno Molasses, of his manu facture. It was very clear, of fine fla vor, and in color a beautiful goldcu yellow. Mr. Harris informs us that he niado about -10 gallons of Molasses from J of an aero of tho Cano. At this rate it w...

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. — 29 October 1857

Farmer's Department. For the News. LETTER FROM "UNCLE BEN." PENN TP., Oct. 19th, 1857. 11 l im.Nl ,oabim.N": L ftiu now nine to fjivo your readers ft full account of my Cliim'sc Huir (.'.mo crop, ni I lmvc work ml it all up into .Molisso?. I liml seventy-two rods planted, nil of wl.ith was killed ly frost on tln 2'.'th nt which timo hut little l" i ' of tin' scod w;H ripe onon-li to grow. After milking the experiment mentioned in my last, I went to work and niaJe a horse-mill, with two upright wooden rollers, 13 inches in diameter ami K die lon' with a row ot co-;s near ! tllP FO Her. One of the roll- :ift extending up thr.ii;;!i three feet, to winch a liieliert the top of era has a Hliai the frnuie, sonic sweep is attached for the hor.-o to pull by; the other roller n kept puflkiently eloso hy wooden keys. Thus equipped, I could crush out 30 gullona of juieo per hour, wlneu maae f,u u four to five gallons of pjrup. Thewl.oloTi rods made fifty five gal Ions of syrup, of a quality ,l...

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. — 5 November 1857

- I III I -. . . I... -,- . I , .,,,, : r- 1 V- J (" """ a iiiiuli) ioutiwl- J. L. BOAHDMAN,) Editor and Troprictor. ) VOL. XXT. HILLSBOROUGH, ITcfos, politics, pcraliirr, mictilliirf, Muhls. fa HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. NOVUM B1UU, 851 jOnc Dollar n Year; I Strictly in Advance. Poetry. OVER THE WAY. il coin-lienrtc, l'overi.. 1. i. .. , Ami rob. r 1.1 ' -'""" "imyooor, TU. . p r """""K" ' C'lU'T'-d before, .. -KM,, .roui my t .l,lH, B coal from Aai robe. my cmr Noy , m(nl)(ir Blir 1 envy .ometimea th, of thfl ()ny -7 Bi..on incim who lives over the wiy. Kill when I nit ,wn , m pjPWni)t fir,(!e Ano.coi.nt oVr th jov ,,., w denied- V 17! Wifa ,""J ,l," "l ,,"r k""''. Oly IicmIiIi and my conscience unsullied free-- No longer f suffer my wish-e to Mrny, Or envy my friend who lives o'er the. wny. He', wealthy, but feeble; hp'. ti,,,H, I, ,i t til ton is a spendthrift, his if,, i, ,.0, . Sn.iclons of others, Ill-pleased wit, himself, tin only delight is to reckon hi pelf, Were he ...

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. — 5 November 1857

Late and Interesting from Kansas. Great Meeting of the National Democrats —Gov. Walker denounced by his own Party—Funny Resolutions—The Border Ruffians Compliment Mr. Buchanan by a Vote of Confidence. Correspondence of the Cincinnati [...]. Tli o oiTi.'iftl lil.tny T KuiEttT J YVai.kku, fit Governor of Kaunas, seems to ho rnrudly dvawin:; to a clofe. Ho commenced bin career by insulting the l'rcc Fl.ili! men, who In; supposed were oaly a 1 i t tlo handful cf l'.nn.itii , nnd fould bo bullied a ti 1 wron-ed with im punilv. AVhcn he found his mistake, be calif 1 on the soluiery to protect him from the retribution ho know In: de nvcd. Tut bo poljiors pooh learned to despi-o tin' covnrdly tuhemcr nnd hi? remnant of inl'.ucn'e with them having been lixcd to induce these por tools to vote, illegally, they now join and de nounce him. Lastly, the National Ih'iiiocrnM have tur-.cU c-ainft him. lie is left without party almost without a follower. A forest meeting of the National Pem- ncratie ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 5 November 1857

Matters about Home. Notice to Mail Subscribers. trrfMnil Hnh-M-riln It V il lfr:ur n illrlii hrr tiint ve invnrinl' ' I lie )"j" r nl (he. c.rj.iiatiini nf the (intr puiil fn Ahiint l month In fire hi time r.rpirc ve nenil cut'h nulmrrilier a hill fur the rufit- xnyijcar. nil inlf fjire. time In renev the, kithseriptimi uml ensure, tin' r( juhir i conlinuilnee. vf the. jmper. Jf'inrr 01"' he tent '" mnil ut our risk ami Tea ijts n it he returned in tin: p"pi r JlfiiK I'kkts. Mr. Jamfs N'or, KFlt, of Ncwinnrlict Tj., last week, sent un two fino blood liccts, wehrliiiur 7 . and Ci lbs. resjmctivi.'ly. Tliry woro raised by Li in from seed jilantcd in Jnno. It would tako but n few such to last a small family for soino time. ( Attention, Teachers. Tbo Union Educational Association of Iligbland and Horn roti illicit will' bold its next meeting ut New Lexing ton, nine miles north of Hillsborough, on Friday nnd Saturday, November V.'i and 1 I. Uesides Jteports and Essiys, there will bo a pu...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 5 November 1857

Farmer's Department. 11 l"h of .'-'!, iik l'rui- rifl ,t lin-i.---V i ; : 1 1 . i i ?i . report'. tliroU'-h tlio 'armc-r, tli.it Vo li.n Imrii'il hi. two winters, niul li'is hurt 1 1 1 n . luiil'ii ni miccchs. J I o is ((into ronu ilont (I.tiUliis is llirt way to nave tliem from the effect of mM. ' Small. 'J'i-.i.ki outgrow largo one?, w'mnt tiik"i! IVo'ii t lie Fiiinn nursery at t iio witno) (line, anil plumed in mo nunc ofcliiml. Tlin ra-, moi-. r.irc, fr lnrfl tree is n In intake" Tlio best fl'.io for trnnsplant iii'.'. is .it two or tliroo years from the l.H.'. ' 'TiU'lT Tru.rs do better on new vir f;ia foil llian tlioy tlo citWon soil that hns Lorn glinted Ik Torn, or on soil tli.it li.'is boon highly inf.uurt'il. Uc rtouilicr tliifl if you ?c.t out young trees. 0. J'liriin r.' , Nl-AV I'EAfH.- -Mr Adams, of tills rilv, lias left with us n IA w .i'arlu'H, of n nrv fii'illing variety, vaisnl hy Mr. Henry '-mloir, of Zam sviio, 0. They are voilow-fleslicd, l'rcc stone, ami of a m...

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. — 12 November 1857

A 1 . J : : IV I it 3) J. L. DOARDMAN, Editor and Troprietor. Jiuniln journal gcbottu- jo IJclus, politics, literature, gjLjrjricutturc, lilarliets, tc. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, TJIUltSMY, NOVLMBKR 12. 1857. jiOno Dollar n Year? Strictly in Advance- ... NUMBER 28. VOl, XXI. Tii v,. ST ; ' I d 1 ' f :1 1 U ' I Poetry. AUTUMN. BY LONGFELLOW. There Is n beautiful spirit breathing now Jl mellow richness on the clustered trees, And, from a beaker full of richest dyes, fouring new jjlnry on the Autumn woods. Anil dipping in warm lipht the pillared elnnds. Itnrn , on the moil ntain , I ike mini me r liinl, Iii flu tip her purplo wine; and in the. vales 'I'lio C'ntlo wind a sweet and passionate, wonnr K inses the hlushi iijj leaf, and stirs up life. Within the solemn woods of ash deep crim soned. And silver beech, and mnplo yellow-leaved Where Autumn, like n faint old ninu ait down By the way-side, a-wenry. Through the tree The golden robin moves; th purple finch, That on w ild ...

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. — 12 November 1857

General News Items. The telogrnpliio difpatchei of Tuai i . . . . - n n- i an j nigm rtpor gicii uupa in si cro New York, causing th Intarraption of trains, on tba hria and Central railroad. TUe Mmviliii -b. nyt thnt Esq. Flielton, "of Aberdeen, opposite that place, has married over 3,000 coUplei. J I is j.lace is the "Gretna Green" for runaway lovers. Yr.it T Coop. 'A Ilcptibliean editor, in chrouitling the free Soil Tictory in Kan.li!, and the election of l'arrott over Ransom, quotes the following lines from on old Methodist hjinn: J'TlieyVarof Jubilee hs come; Return y Waasem '! sinner home." TB Pttizena of Jefferson ville, Ind., vcrp regularly "sold"' a few days since A tnti.gcf entered tho place with a "suspicious box" under his arm, and the citizens supposiag him to be a broker's agent, about to mate a run on their bank, drovp him forthwith from town. The man turned out to bo a corn doctor! Cot. Fremont and Jessik. Some months since, Mrs. Col. Fremokt paid a Visit to Europe, 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. — 12 November 1857

Matters about Home. Notice to Mail Subscribers. . MaT" Mnil suhscrihers trill jdcuse remem ber thut fnvrtrinhly stop the pnpir nt the" trpirntion of the time paid fir. About a month before his time expire ire tend enrh tuhscribcr a hill for the mut iny year. Thin will give timr to renew the, mhtcription and ensure the rejuhtr confUiitinre of the paper. . n Money may he. tent hy mail nl nur risk ton (I receipt Kill he returned in the poper Lost! 0it" sufferings is intolerable!" Wo liavc lokt, or somo daring in JiviJual lins "feloniously Abstracted," our Knife! If nhf One Tim found eucli on instrument, vjth a shell hanlle, one brulen blado, hftd tVrce others considernbly tho worse for .wear, wo respectfully solicit him to return tho nftmo forthwith, and receive as a reward our thanks and a Crst-rato 'puff." N. li. Wa never knew anybody to prosper, who kept anything belonging to an Editor. Another Warmsii Death krom Inteufkrance. -On Tuesday morning about past G o'clock, a man named Wi...

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. — 12 November 1857

Farmer's Department. Profits of Chinese Sugar Cane. ? Tlio Editor of llio Shawneetowo III!-njij-an, irlio lias been cultivating (he Chi'ncaa Sugar Cane, estimaUi Unit one em of ground will produce (87.50 Worth of molftFacs, accd and fodder, at a cofct of $35. 50, leaving a profit of (55 an acre, lie mti be lms placed the cost at the very highest figure, probably too high by ?10. Ji,oodt Murrain. A. V. Cook, Esq of Monroe county, Mich., has had con aicicrablo experience and been very suc cessful in treating that fatal disease of attlo, the bloody murrain, and ho has nrnished the following receipt for pub 'cntion, it having been tested thorough y, and found efficacious in numerous Take one and a half tablcspoonful tf burnt nlum, pulverized, two spoon fuls of Bsltpctre pulverized; pnt them in one pint of yeast or one quart of sour buttermilk, put in a bottle, shake well, then pfyr it down tho beast, and move them gently for fifteen or twenty min utes, and if tho physio doca not work in...

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. — 19 November 1857

Poetry. For the News. WE MUST PART. "Frle nri after friend d.-pirts Who hath not lout a friend? There is no nn ion lure of lirnrli, That hath not here an end." Yes, we mutt part, Moved! Hew and the thought to me,. Thai Ihe strong tie that bind in, Mutt rent asunder be! Thai on mum hear, alone, , Deatk'itolemn water flow, Ami poat beyond the rolling tid. While one remains below. Yee, w mnat part, beloved! The aoleinn words be spoken; The links of Uve that bind at On earth, be sadly broken ! And one mutt bid the other A sorrowfnl dim," Bnt our lovedreama. nerd not perish We may dream (hom'.all anew. Yes, we mast part, beloved, But the parting may be brief , ' The Dealli-angol that clalmt me. May toon relieve thy grief; And our union may be tweeter .' I nan ever nere below '!' r or mingled with IllVs sweetest drnnght' There it a drop of woe. Yet, we mutt part, beloved! But a hope Ihut never diet That lives within my bosom, . Pnlnla beyond the slurry akiea: And a spirit-voise toft whisp...

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. — 19 November 1857

FOREIGN NEWS. $1,000,000 in Specie--Delhi Stormed $1,000,000 in Specie--Delhi Stormed and Captured---Heavy Failures at Liverpool. NEW YORK, Nov. 13. ft'T) insln p Aroliin, with d.ites from Liverpool to Hie 'M?l ult., arrived liero 4 1 1 i niiirriins. Tim Arahia living lter advices from India, which report (lie rupture of IMhi, after n conflict lusting six d;ty. Tlio American horses, Prioress ami Rahylon, havo both been bfi'U y beaten in tho race for t'10 Cunibi iuVcshire dtiVes. Tho T?oron.ah TT.mk of Liverpool Siifipcndeil on tho "7th ult.. Tho lin . bilities are estimated Bt 1,500,000 Bterlinp, but. are fully secured. Several Liverpool firms havo Biispend ed, and ft number of tho strongest firms (f Manchester havo also pone. The Arabia brings $1,000,000 in spe cie. Later vhom Lntia. The Indian mail brings important intoHifioneo. The Riitish troops assaulted lclhi on the 11th of September, and affected a lodgement, and after six days obstinate rcistanee, had on the 20th, obtained s...

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. — 19 November 1857

Matters about Home. Notice to Mall Subscribers. 8' )TV(ii7 subscribers will pleate remem ber that we, invariably stop the. paper at the, expiration of the time, petal for. About a month before hi time, expires wc tend each subsc iber a hill for the ensu. ingyear. This will give. time, to renew the subscription ami ensure, the regular tontinuanre of the paper. Money way he tent by mail at our risk and receipts will be. returned in the paper Remit by Mail. .Suburriborg in llio country who can not conveniently como to town, or pctid tlie money ly otlicr.i, to fny their fuI criptions, are requested to Fend it by mail. Money is seldom lost in tlii.s way, wliero it lias to go but a short dis tance. Itcmittnnces mny bo nindo at our risk, and receipts will bo returned i n ilj o paper. Trial Subscribers. Wc will send tho News to any one wishing to take it on trial for 3 months, for 25 cents. The amount may be ent in postage stamps. Clubbing with the Magazines. By an arrangement with tho pub ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 19 November 1857

Farmer's Department. For the News. For the News. LETTER FROM "UNCLE BEN." Hints on the Care of Cattle in Winter. PENN TP., Nov., 1857. Friend T!o,iuman: Now tlie Sunr Csne is dippojc J of, and Siriip-mak i over, I know of no better 9ulijcct for letter for tlio ''Fartncr'n Department," tlinn the importance to tlio farmer ittving manure. I believe there is ono duty that U more neglected tlian this. Agricultural Chemistry tills us that every crop of Wheat of "j bushel? that is taken from one acre o. ground, contains in the grain alone, exclusive of cliall' and straw, (j'Jl lbs. of Carbon, P7 lb, of Hydrogen, C31 lbs. of Oxy gen, 35 lbs. of Nitrogen, an l 3l lbs. ApIi, or inorganic matter. The question then is,Miow is this sup ply to be kept up in the 6oil? True, portion of it, particularly the Carbon, derived from the atmosphere," yet the great bulk of both organic and inorgan ic matter, of which every crop is com posed, is draw n directly from tho soil. It is just ns natural, therefor...

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. — 26 November 1857

9 f V H 1. 1 -r 1 J 1 A. ( J. Ii. BOARDMAN, $ Jamilir $bunial "pebutcfo io H'clus, )oIittcs, I'ilcrahivc, gviuilliin, Tarluls, ftr. jOno Dollar a Ycar r Strictly in Advance. Editor and Proprietor VOL XXI. IirUSBOROUGII, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVKMBEIl 20, 1857. NUMBER 30. r fli I Hi I :' Poetry. VESPERS. A row tT I II Ho fners by the bed A row of littlo bunds upon the njirea.) A row of little roguish ry ere cloned A row of litlle nuked frot exposed. A frnntlo niotlior leads them in thoir limine. Teaching their foot lo treud In heavenly wnjs, rt nu mnos tins lull In ciitiriiioori tiny lulo, Tlie little errors of the day to cliWo. No lovelier night this side of lieavea is soon, And origo 9 hover o or tho group sorene. I nutted of odor In a censor swung, There flan La the fragrance of un infant tongue. Then tumbling he idlonfr inlu wniiiup L. Jisnenth tho shoots tliny hide thuir timid heads: Till slumber steals away thoir Idle foe's, And like a pooping bud, each face appears...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 26 November 1857

General News Items. A .iato Plilitnry Convention, we l.urn, i in nss.'inMn in t'cl t m I'll i , J'i the tliir.I Tu"" lay of January next. Those in Rtto!i. lance, to rjj" ir in eti' li rostmon s mny Lo Off' "J't itito to their run k. St. Touts, Nor. lv. C.nr. Walker arrived lirro .Saturday tvon'mir. en route fur Washington. Nothin- new relative to Kansas matters lua traiit-pircd. : n'.. i .v,i..i. 'Tlio latest information from the I 'tali ... . i . . i i e . cxpcliUoii lias iruii!iii v.en. i ersii.r Smitli liero. lie h roiitorrm.i; witn tho Administration as to the disposi tion of troops in Kansas:, and the or ganization of contingent reinforce ments for tho forco now 0:1 its way to Salt Lake." liRStiiS VTIOX OP Sf.i'UE TAUV Sr.N- TOS. Secretary Stanfoti, of Kansas, forwarded his resignation to .Mr. " IJuohanan at Yiisliiii;,'t.iti, to take cf cct on the Ulst of eeoinber, when, ths President supposes, the State .......... ... uu ...,.j ... v t.on. Of course, u j successor w,ll he app...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 26 November 1857

Matters about Home. Notice to Mail Subscribers. St-'tr Mail tvhurriher trill yhme reinem ler that we. invar iahly ttop the paper nt the. expiration of the time. paid for. About a month hefn-c hi time, expire we tend each tuhncrihrr a hill for thr. ensu ing year. Thin will gire time to men; the mhneription and eimiire the regular continuance of the paper. Money may he tent ' hy mail nt our ji';7. in2 receipts will he returmd in the pnprr Remit by Mail. Suljfleribors in thfi country vlio enn- not conveniently como to town, or send tlio money by others, to fay tlicir sub scriptions, are requested to nciid it by mail. Money is seldom lost in this way, wliero it lias to go but a short dis tance. IlcniittancoB may be made nt our rith, and receipts will be returned in the paper. Trial Subscribers. We will send to any one wishing to take it on trial for 3 months, for 25 cents. The amount may be eat in postage stamps. . Clubbing with the Magazines. ISy an arrangement with tho pub lishers, we...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 26 November 1857

Farmer's Department. A ' I', i! 1 1' at V, p,i mi, n Tirni'T of ('(irt l.uij riMiM'y, Nit York, ivs tl'.it wheat c:in L'j j-n" .1 l't'j'il sjiiiilino; in Mm, if (mo i rf brii k if4 put in w ith it fur iverj five I'M A I' f roil r.RMi:r.i. Pr. K. T. I',l,lwiu 1 1 n h ri'ocntly in ml o tuMic llio result of Kivrrnl yciim' investigations Mini expc rimentu upon manures, nml tlio var ious ways of foitiliziii the. soil. Ho Btnl.es tluit tho heat ami speediest v:iy to Tcrtiliro nny noil, ia to rover it over with Etraw, Implies or nny raw material, fo ns to phiulc it. The surfare of the earth thu Lciii inaJo cool, dirk, damp, nri'l .logo, noon undergoes neheinieal proee? ike. purrefaetion, and beenme highly .'erlilizej. This plan of fertili.ing, he ays may ho applied with success to any whatever, no matter hnw poor, nnd the rcunlt will bo astonishing. foncnr.H fr'i;i:i. As an offset to an article going the rounds, that the new migar millet seed is poisonous to horses, legman & Cox, of Sh...

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