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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 30 July 1863

- ' ''''' 'i" J. L. D O ARD MAN,) Editor andProprietor. ) iaimls lounal Dchnlcb lo 'gtbs, fditics, literature, griraltiire, Parlds, c. '( 91 50 a I Year; ) Strictly in Advance. vol. xxvn. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 30. 1863. NUMBER 14. [For the News. The Battle of Black Creek. Sting Trn History of tli Knd of "th Great Babtllion" In Holmot Connty. BY ONE WHO WAS THERE. Th tun had descsnd.il fsr down In th Wsst, Anil th hills of th East In beauty were drtst, When ass.mblfd In grunps near Napoleon, were teen Tb" nought" of Iloline County, all rtrdant and green. It Is not of th true, loyal people I ting, But the "Knight nt the Circle" that villainous ring' Th Imp of old Satan they truly may claim, And they ne'er will dishonor the Peril's "good name." On th heights of Tfolmss County they marshaled their elan. Determined to fight while they numbered a man. They thought 'twould be glorious for Jeffy to bleed, So little Holmes County resolved to trrr.ni. But old "Un...

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 July 1863

iiillsborougui, onio Thursday, July 30, 18C3. J v fl nriiMA- nN pii-fa oaaWio-iaMoifl in doreed htyftUfi tn oar t'oMillrv, oh, trhntrrrr auwa inihitlfi tynitnrn mow np p'y i H. w rnV, htfnvrf menta'a" PmriSriir haitt inln m hill: ttimmtaUthe I iit-m. mKlf '.'oil.' Tim Army of the Wast Is In terrible earn,..!; earnest tn conquer and destroy armed reliela: c-arne.t to moot force wlih force: earnest In Its hourly dcteatatlon of cowardly traitor Hi home; ciirn"t tn will unci power to overcome nil who rlnslre the nation's ruin, (ihio'p one hundred thousand (oldler ask thed fethers. brothers and friends, hy their flrosld.-a n n In their peaceful homes, 1" hour bihI hood Ihls appeal, nnd pat nil end In covert Imwm lit home, made more dun-orous nutln nnr inlionil exi-teno thnn th pi-cson o of armed host- of niisuuidod rel'ela. Addrea of llhlo SohlielB lu the Ann' of lien. Hose, crana. UNION STATE TICKET. fi.-ivernor, JOHN TIROI'IIII, of Cuyahoga County. Lieutenant Governor, cruntEi AXPKn.ON...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 30 July 1863

Matters about Home. Riihaerlhera recalrlna; thnlr papers with an "X" marked opposite their names, wtll titidorstaii(! that the time for which they have paid ha expired, Hillsboro Light Cavalry. Tlio mcmWs of this orpunlxition nro tierohy notifiorl to mefit At 2 oVlonk P. M., Saturday, August 17, nt tlio Union Leneno room, over Jacob Miller'g pro eery, for tho purpose of electing non commissionoi offionrs in Raid company. By order of M. BUCK, Cuplain. The Highland Militia and the Morgan Raid. The principal portion of tho monnt.ed mil! (In of this county, who jnitvd in the pursuit of Morgan; nndnr eommnnd of Lieut. Col. Ilixson, rendezvoused in this plneo lnat Mondny, to ho fnrmnlly dischnrged fromserviee. About 325 men of the whole nnmher wore present. After halting around the Puhlin Sqnnre they wero addressed hy Jus. H. Thomp son, Esq. of the county military enm mlttfe, who thanked them for their pn triotio response to the call mode upon them to aid in driving the invaders from the ...

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 July 1863

Farmer's Department. [For the News. An Appeal on behalf of the Highland County Agricultural Society. Dear News: I Uke the liberty to mk to apptal through the eolnmni nf vnur liibla Diner, to the people of j Highland county, in bohalf of the Ilfchlanrl County Agricultural Soolety. The Board of Directors met on Satur day, the 18th of July, and resolved to hold the neit Agricultural Fair on the 9th, 10th and 11th of September next, determining et the name time to apare no pains to make the Fair a turrets, for ob he icecess of the next Fair depends the future exiite nee of the Society. It is due to the people of the county to know the true condition of the Soci ety, at tho same time that we make an earnest appeal to them to sustain it. Let me ssy, then, that the Society is heavily in debt for tho Fair grounds sad the improvements erected thereon. This, and the falling-off of interest ta ken in our Fairs since the brenking out of the Rebellion, have made it out of our power to pay all th...

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 August 1863

gS9 ' "''li'." ;P J J. L. D OARD MAN,) Editor andProprietor. ) litmtlg Imxnl tMt1i ia fjttos, $oIiftts, literature, Agriculture, Piuiefs, tk 91 50 a Year; Strictly in Advance. -VOL. XXVII. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 0. 1863. NUMBER 15. Poetry. "The Night Cometh, also the Morning." ing." BY MRS. MARY F. BEAVERS. , Ailown ths Past's aim Tlntn, BonrchinRWhstour syos may tea, ' In ths gfilnxy or Nations -.- Btamls Ambhioa, Tni rniB, Thn grsntlnst, goodliest realm Of ths nations of tho earth A lml that hro-mirtyrs ' nlh given sacred birth. w Long hnrt waved In mntchlsss brant On thd shores of tho Now World, " Tier slurry ling of glory. On tho lnml and sea iinfmled. Tho Joy of hor great pooplo, Tho prnlio of other lands, ' In her miJo.ity onclrelcd Bvnts Uxio.x's golden lmnds. Swiftly fnnr-scoro years moved onward, Down tho rnpld stream of Time; On those years tho history wrltton Of our land had boon snhllmo. Her starry ling triumphant Oidstormy fluid and flood,...

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 August 1863

Pjpnb lidos. irti.i.noiiouan, onio Thursday 4 Aug. C, 1863. V i -. - " t1' nri a'l r"'' rnai'jfrnWiat fa rtrrfol "!")( In ( 4olr4. ill1. 1 Min5r Jniri .r.' traitnrn limy nn- A 4 1M Jfri nMail fi.t Vreritlmr ht PK( oaV Vm. A, fo iiV.no l LVifmi.tnWji N TJiW The Army of the Wsil It liLnll'le earnest: ea".eat In cuuuiwr and iflMTf..) iiiiM-d reoY.l.i tui J to meet fur- wil h force: enroot In It hearty lrtetatlon of cowardly tmltor. at bi .araeMlo will and powar to overcomo nil ho de.ire the nation', ruin. Ohio', one hundred thmi.and ilier nnk their father., brother, and frtnn.la, by thMr flre.e anil In their peaceful home., to hear and heed thl. appeal, and put aa end tncovort traa.on ill home, made more danirerom now to our national existence thftrrt.aprmnraof anor-.l hint" 4 niaiilVil r.lla." (Ad.ln.aof Ohio Soldier, iu Uia Army of Oou. How- UNION STATE TICKET. it ': .Til' !i. ,'"r'' ' t . JOHN -UnOfC-H, ol ru.rho County. . . ' Lieutenant Governor, " fHA'm.ES ANPKR.1fi.xi of Montgome...

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 August 1863

Matters about Home. PiiliMrlhoM rnvMna; Ihclr prT with an "X ' mnrkad jpimtlto lhlr nm". will inrt"rtnnil that tin tlma for which thojr hara paid haa expired. UNION MASS MEETING. HON. John Sherman (United States Senator of Ohio) Will reM the' people, of Highland bounty at Hillsboro, on .TUESIlAY, AUGUST 11,' 1803, at 1 o'clock P. M. Oilier distinguished Bpeakrrs oro expected. Let there, bo a full turn out! UNION COUNTY TICKET. i The ticket made by tho Union County Convention on Tuesday last, is one of the bost that han ever been presented to the peoplo of ITiijIilnnd. From top to bottom it is composed of pood men "honest, faithful and capable." The Convention was characterized by the 'utmost harmony and good feeling, and the result of its labors we feel sure will be satisfactory to tho Union men of the eounty. It only remains for them to go work with a determination to elect eve ry man on the ticket, and thcro is no doubt in our mind of their election by a handsome majority. Thr Dra...

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 August 1863

Farmer's Department. Ten Rules to be Observed in Making Butter. In r)iiMiig good batter there are iov eral nico operations to bo gono through with, whioh require an eye to clenli netit, forothought, and Bomo Utile ex pcricnoe. 1. On milking clonn, fast, yelgon- tly, rogulnrly Iwico a day, depends the 8U0' ess of tho dairy-man. Had milkers should not bo tolerated In a herd; bet tor pay doublo tho prioo for good one. 2. Straining is quito simplo, but it shonlJ bo borne in mind tnat two pans about half full each, will produoo a grooter amount of cream than the same amount of milk in one pan; tho rcr.son of this is the greater surface 3. 8cnlding is qsito an Important feature in tho way of making batter in cool weather; the cream rises mnch quicker, the milk keeps sweet much longer, tho butter is of a better color, and churns in one half the time. 4. Skimming should always be done before the milk becomes loppered; oth erwise mnch of tho cream turns into whey and is lost. 6. Churning, wh...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 13 August 1863

J. L. BOAHDMAN,) Editor andProprielor. ) fmilj Icuntal gcbiitcl) to Xfctos, 3oli(b, literature, gncitltu, UTadicts, t. Ql 50 a Year; ) Strictly in Advance. ITLLSBOROUGII. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. AUGUST 13. I8C3. NUMBER 16. vol. xxvn. Iff f L C A X I III 1MJ lilll $75 TO $150 PER MONTH. rflllK T.1TTT.K0TANT PEWINO MA CHINK COM M. PAN Y wiint nn Airnt fn wirli Comity, topnlirlt or der for tlmir now SIA Mnrhiii. with fTrtti(r ncrrw-dri-vr nnd xtr nneillp. M'n will imv If lral km-Ipm xiKt)n , or (five ft liirffr coinrtiirton. Kor particular tvrnu. etc., inclose a mump, ami nun if" T. M. PAOK. TntPflo, O. Jy90m3 Gcn'l Agont for tli Unitnil 8tnti. Sale of Heal Estate by Order of Court. Ot ftiiClintnr, III ttfi tiny at fi'-nimmhrr , lU'lfl, liptw"! thn lioum itf 0 oYI-m k A. M.aml 4 nYlnrk P. M. of n lUy.nn tho trninlH, In Whltonak Tiwnxhii, Illfrlilanii ciHiuly, Ohio, will lie unM tu tho lil-rlii-l ljt ditr, the fnlli.ulnd mil c-tnte, tM I ho property of ill lam Long, iImphimm, t...

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. — 13 August 1863

tyt figMitufr glctus. mLMBOROUon, onio Thursday, Aug. 13, 1863 It 2 FTa WawvMNk all fiarht coa.ldetiilm. i dei-AA-d loyatty f aar Cotnnry. nH irhiitfrrr aaai. m. W7 ha, for. tee y op. .a ... a.. ................. .i...i A... w a,iwii.fotitaniiii'M (.'aim, .n dn R i.if.' The Army of I dastrmr armed rnlmln: earnest ( nuri lorre with forre: earnest In Its nearly detestation of cowardly traitor" at dh th. nation', ruin, (iiiici'n Hue hundred t)n.ii-mni ; ..in - ... - i. t . . I I .1 1 l.l 1 . I... H...I. lOlillf'll WIK llltir illltllTS. IIP'IHIIIII HI HIM-i I'l llli-H flmlilM himI In tlielr peareful Imnies, tn hear Hn.l -.-I ; appeal, and pat an end In cou rt tirn.n nt Inane, 1 madfi iimrn rtnir"in now tn viir rinti..iiui rMiiirv i .nan ma irmflii ill aniie'i uo.i-ni 111 ,-t;,ii o.i i"...'ia --(Address of Ohio Soldiers in the Ai my of Urn. ltia' raus. UNION STATE TICKET. fioYi-ronr, JOBS HROUGII, ot ('nrW, County, l.irntenant floverm.r, HJkBLHJs ANPKKSOS, uf MonlKmory County. Snprenie J...

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 August 1863

Commercial & Financial. Hillsboro Produce and Grocery Market. [Carefully Corrected every Wednesday. HILLSBORO, Aug. 12. 1863. i WIIKAT Tlio markot Is iiuiiiiutilly uiiulnuigiiil, Utile Wlionl coming In. . Flour Mil, retail t i cwti Wheat, while bu red, f orn, Hurley, aA(K), Priori A iii1i'fl , lt, SnS 2 "iti l'imi:lifi,lt, SalS a7' ll'iiiiM, all' aiil iitiililera, S Vl'l'l !ilfK, . f'KlVI l.iil .l, (A III a I cm Snirnr, l i I fi aHIKM'nlIre, 3'"."'7 lliiv, tun, tllnrorSvoil, lillnh.K tOaf " N. . Moluant,), nIKI TlinnlhrHued bu ,1 40.il ft') 'Inl-li'ii Syiii., 7tn7l IluttiT. Iti, n.'li T. H, 1 Otliil Mil. KitRM.iloE, "I" HI' 1" i "Vi .!lii-in, l" I'mnlli-". l.'niitl Faathora.Bi., " While r'l-li, Vt I'M. " "I White nnniiej. hinh , nl 7"i. t i. -kerrl. 'jhlil,No 2.n rotatoi.i.liiinh, 1 'Kliil 2i Wi.oil.i'iiril, gull ft" Weekly Review of the Cincinnati Market Weekly Review of the Cincinnati Market For the Week ending TUESDAY EVENING, Aug. 12, 1863. Qmitatliitia for Wlu'iit urn utmmi...

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 August 1863

Ohaving and Hair Dress ing Saoon ! RODERTaT& YOUNG, Fnhinmble Barbers & Hair Dresner, f IIA Ethla mathnrt nf Informing tbotr r'iNtnmer and B. 'Mmv rmt of mankind' that they have, recently had their "rtwrfttitit room'' thornuchly nverhanled, re pair!, painted, now It papered nnd fnrutnhed, no thtit they ran now aecnnunoiUte. thdr friend In n miprlor manner. The? will at nil time be happy to watt on the gentlemen who may fuvnr them with their paMonnire, And will upar n effort fn jrfv natt-fai thn hi nil cae. LAMKH a ml ( HILDIIKN van have their hairdrewd At their residence. HHAMPOONINO, II AIR PYKINU, Ac, dune In pertor atyl. Paloon on Mnln afreet, opposite Public S.pmro, a frw (loom eaat of the Elllcott Ilonst. IlllUboru, July, lHtt'i. JyiMtf DR. SWEET'S infallible Liniment, TtIK OREAT EXTERNAL REMEDT. roil RIIKI'AI ATTHH. OOfT, NEIIM I.f.IA. T,t' MR A- OO. HTI FK-N KK AM .HUNTS. HI'KAf NS, BRMSW, ITTH AND WiM'N I'. PI1.KS, HKADArilK. AM AI.I. HIIKI'MATIC AXU NEUVOl'S MSUllhK...

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 August 1863

HSsWr ' J. L. BOARD MAN, ' EdltorandProprielor. VOL. XXVII. & Jfanulg dimt;tl Dtbotti) to Uctos, politics, Itlcnifurc, Agriculture,- $Jar!icis, &t. S $1 SO a Tear; ) Strictly in AdvacceV FITLLSBOROUGH. IirGTIIAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20. 1863. NUMBER 17 Poetry. Poetry. [For the News. Poetry. [For the News. Lines on the Death of Lieut. W. P. Cowne, WTio win iteelili-nfiillr alint, .Inly 17, TAW, white In pnr nft of the rcl. .'li'tin Morgan, from fhe efTcta of . whlrh he dlrl July 25. Written In liehilf of hl fir- . Tnerenmrnarjil, Co. K, 12th U'g't. O. V. I., enrl re epectlully inscribed tu lile mnnj friend and connoi- BY G. H. WILLIAMS. Ferewell, Itmve cotnra'te, fere thee well I A" Where ahull we -eelt for fitting word Tliat will our Brief, our Borrow, tell A eorruw which the ilceth htli atirred? Ilow cen we hni to e'er re,ftjr The tribute due thy Inatina; feme? Onr wordfl ere loat in tko bright ray That lienor cnstt upon thy name. When flrat War atrnck the toritn...

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 August 1863

Sftt Digital) IJctos. niLLSBonouan, onio Thursday, - - Aug. 20, 18G3. We Vtr ae a t aV fwojr catui'lmatbns fa flVrw'ert lotitttlp a Me fS.Mint. nnA tehntrmr N"1 amWir frflirora iimw e- Jw hm.w it. ntrena-vfneaaa'Anr fVm-oreitee An re 1W0 I ,,.w.,foii'rif.i.. -';'' The Army of I M Weal I tn terr h e ailment: enrtieat tnennotur and riaatroy armed rebel: earnest to meet force with force; Mr ami in Us henrtv denotation of cowardly trultnre lit hOTi"; earneet In will and r""T e.errome nil who rleaire the nation' ruin. Ohli'one hundred thmiaend aolllier a-k tholr fuMirn. lir..lnr and friend, by their flmatdca nnd In their peaceful homen, to hour end heed thl appeal. nd P"' n end tocmrrt trcnaon nt homi, Hid more nron now to our national ellcnriN than the preeenre of armed hof of niiarrttlrted re'.cll.' AilJreH of Ohio Soldleri lu the Arruj of Con. Roe-rani. UNION STATE TICKET. fjovernor, JOBS nnOCOH, ol Cuynhogn County. Lieutenant Governor, CfUBI.Ei At.pl:H?0N, of Montgomery County. Supre...

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 August 1863

Matters about Home. Subscriber, receiving their ppr with n "X" marked opposite their niimM, will understand that th time lor which they hurt paid ha expired. UNION Senatorial CONVENTION. Tho delcRntei to the Sntoriiil Con ' vent'too for this dinlrict, eomponcd of (lie counties of IligMnnd nnJ Ilos9, will meet In OR KEN FIELD, on Tuesday, A. 26, '03. tp nominate n cndi(Jii for Slate Sena ' tftf, to be r'u Jrport:rl Sit tho approaching 'election. The bnis of rpproscntii Hon Joptod for jm4 Convention i one dle (nt for rvory 50 votes cast fur tho Un ion enmliil ite for Supreme Jmltre lut fall, and nn additiiinal nVlofrutc! for eva ry fraotiooal cxri'ss of 25 votes or over, each township to have at least 2 dele gate: Tho number of delegates eaeh town .ship is entitled to, upon the basis adop ted, is as fullows: Brnshcreek, Clay, ('oneord, Pndson. Fuirfiuld, Hnmer, tTaskson, Liberty, Madison, 3 Marshall, 2 2 Newmarket, 2 2 Paint, 5 2 Penn, 2 6 Salem, 2 2 Union, 2 2 Whiteoak, 2 7 WaBhiugto...

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 August 1863

The Greatest Corn Producing Co un ties in Ohio. , Oitice or thi Auditor of 8tatb, ) l Comtj-bcs, Jul 27, '63, j ijijAvM conntj ! the Urgent corn grow fttf tenet and hei btin for tneny 're, and Tickaway it genrraltj the siiit, bit for 1862, dropped dewD to the ffforttt, a. Tbe tftren greatest corn-growing oobt'iei and the number of bushels produoed io 18C2, are aa follows: Cotrollas. pos Putter Feyett.. rankjlu Clinton... Warren........... Prbl tlww rUghland Miami tlhempadgn Meting Montgomery... Bnehe le. , 2,Wf.e"21 , t.ttn.MO a,mi,7: ...... 1.W1.M1 .......l.TIMM J,fi.11.!l7 l.MO.MS t.47T,7M M74,4'to 1.4M ,W7 l,nct,K2 l.Xm.lHS l,2,S2i t ,245,168 JAS, WILLIAMS, Chief Clerk. [From the Ohio Farmer. Data of Sheep in Ohio. Vat. per ,Tr. Number. Value. head. 184T 3,305,025 11,822.564 54$ 1848 3,677,171 1,988,316 54 ;1849 3911.836 2,072,237 53 1850 3,812.707 1,984,983 52 1851 3,619,674 2 060.012 53 1852 3.050,796 3 581,385114 1853 4,104,450 6,448,391 1 57 1861 . 3,943,336 6,681,427 1 69J I...

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. — 27 August 1863

1 ' BOARDMANJ EdltorandFroprietor. i & Jfanuln Iwraal glftoto to $cfos, pities, literature, Agriculture, Patktts, c. $1 50 a Strictly in Advance vol. xxvir. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, TIIUltSDAY. AUGUST 27,1863. NUMBER 18. Poetry. Song of the American Girl. Our hfnrtu Are with cmr tint, ro Uud, Our ionn l for her glory, Her warrior' wreath in In our hand, Our H hrenth out hor utory. Her lolly hn nnd yhIIpvh grec ii - Am nhiuing hrfght hefore un; And like rainbow tdgn 1 fleer. Hor pruiitl Aug w riving o'er tit. And tlmro sre smiles Hin our Hps Kor (hone wliii nippt her foemeu, For glory' star known iin ectljmo, W hen mulled upon hy woman. For those who hruve the mighty doep, And scorn tho threut of rltuiger. VVvo sinlloH to cheer, mid tours to weep Fur wory ucetm ruiigor. Our hearts nro with our nntlve land, Our song is for her freedom; Our priyera ore for tho gwllant tin hi Who strtko whore honor lends them; We lore the taintless nlr we h run tho Tis freedom's en dips ...

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. — 27 August 1863

ItlLLSBOROUOn, OHIO Thursday, - - - Aug. 27, 1863. tf r4r Ommtrp, nmt wWrnr nam wnhntp traiifW tnrtj ,rp. pi tn , t .7, WmrvnTHMn IVnrjfiKv fcnuimmip v i'ltKtt, tVt inMMit Mr I'ttitm, m kelp m frtW The Army nf t w wfi in in i(rniiir wirmwi; enriiPM f n cimihiit nnd rlm-troy arnifMl r.ir,i; iMtrnrvt In meet fnrrt with forrr; fBrnrnt tn it himrtjr rlWw-tMInn of powii.ri.ly t ml tor nt Hntii; fnrnfit tn will nml iwrr to vrrtinie nil who dtirw Chf nation' ruin. Oii.n'n nn ImmtrM i.nnunl vM-tirr Mk t hair fat htr. hrtlh.n. and frrml, by their fimviflM nnil.n thwlr poftrf.tl honi, to hear unit hwM. tM npMl, Ami put nn end to covert trwwoti nt home, tri-vl mre riitnpr..n now to our tuition! exMenrf tlmn fit prMMirt of Armed hmt of n..friiilvl rel'!." AcMrro of Ohio SoMlrrs iu th Army of Urn, Kow rruM, UNION STATE TICKET. flnrernor, .tony nrtoron, of Cuyahoga cmnty. T.lentenant'flnvarnof, CHARLES ANDERSON', Montgomery County. Snprr-me Judge, n. n. ni'NTER, of Fairfield Connty. Amlltor of Sl...

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. — 27 August 1863

Matters About Home. tiil-Mrrit.ra reeelvlng Ihelr pnvr Willi " ' miike1 -j t. ltr their name., will innleratand that the time tor wlil.li the J liava paid Iiim expired. Matters About Home. JOHN BROUGH at HILLSBORO! Friday, Sept. 4, 1863. -We linve th jilcn.iir of minnnnrinp to our readers, that tlon. John Brougli tins promiBcd to address tlio pcoplo al this placo on'.FUIDAY, Sept. 3. Speeches may also be expected from lion. PIIILU' B. SWING, of Clermont county, Hon. 11. B. CARPENTER, of Covington, Ky,, Hon. JOHN A. SMITH, Hon. JAMES SLOANE, Capt. JOHN M. BARRERE, and other able speakers. The meeting will bo held in Collins' grove near the Fair grounds. Sprend the word throughout the county, and let overy lover of the glo rious Union bequeathed us by our Rev olutionary futhcrs, come up to the moot ing, and hear the eloquent champion of Freedom, and standard-bearer of the Union cause in Ohio. Let all-'-mcn, women, and children the old, the young and the middle-aged who love their Coun...

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. — 27 August 1863

Farmer's Department. The Hamburg Exhibition. Iftttrnli1 KiViliiiji 1ti iotJ a im k.ing in iawtese me, tail the tuVr.rfst.tit tf r. twiner j Ttry fall. On fc aitiaisg f lb I4tl ll., tie exhi liiiov v ly Staging to tti lifire tie fij&rtll ratio ft, the It.Mhing f ttnttcn u3 tlie !out3 or it tetj tltmsaot who kail gathered nyoTi t!i grovnd. A correspondent vrritf ns that the txhibitioo of sheep wtl.c fiticftt tail JoTpft Ter roado in Kmje more than eeTcnfccn hundred rnuict Lting tootle, lo Ihis depart ment, Ceorjj Campbell, of Vermont, will, twtlto representative ni embers f(bm lii Cork, as the only Anictijan cumpctHor and these twelve, notwith standing they weto eontondirtfr with the finest (beep from England end tbe Con titiciit, were o. winded two first prctutums, and one tccoud. Tho first premiums were awarded, one for the largest quart lily of wool, and one for tho finest qunlitj, in tho tlas of buefcs. Tho sec ond premium was in the class fur ewes fur both quantity and qualit...

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