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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 18 August 1864

J. I. BOAHDMAr,; Editor and Proprietor. Si Jfamilir iouirital tMta to fetes, pities, fitcniiurc, gricnltare, pirluts, c. $2 00 a Year; Strictly in Advanced NUMBER 17. HTLLSROROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. AUGUST 18, 1SG4. VOL. XXVTII. Hillsborough Ffmulf College. L ...,.. .,....,., i..,a .j ,..'u-4jm IIilll5orosh, Ohio Rev. Allen T. Thompson, A. M., Pres't, ' av muttII li an ehle cnrnii of Teacher. J. Rev. Henry Turner continue! to have charge of 15 jHrdlnft depart merit. The r.ll trrm will commence on th S5th of Ant Muelc, Palntina; and Drawing taught by competent teacher. For Iniormetlon respectlne. enpenaea, cotireis .r almlv. At . circular, or addreea Kev. A. T. Thomp- on, Box il2i4, Cincinnati, 0., or Bev. Hour Turner, Hillsboro, Onto. Th.ra will la a nrend Concert a-lven by Prof. Phil Una, Beall, and O'Kane, assisted hy tht Yonng Ladles of th Coll, on th evening 01 ujun zmn. Nnnxienaa has been snared In procuring Teachers. let the friende of thli Institution in Hlllab...

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 August 1864

if jje pgljlitnlj Uctos. iiiLLsnonouaii. oiiio. Thursday, - - August 18, 18G4. i Union Nominations. riltSIDEM, ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. Union State Ticket. (ELECTION DAY, TUESDAY. OCT. 11,1864.) Supreme Judges, Fall Trrm, ' tCTTtF.B I AT, of Fortec County. Joe Towinry, WILLIAM WHITE, of Claike eonnty. Mori T'ara.rw, I1CBACE WILDER, of Ai.btabnla county. Secretary of Strife, WILLIAM HKMiY f-SI ITU, t.f Hamilton to. Attorney-General, W. r. ItlClTAIiliHiN, of Slonn county. Comptroller ol the Treasury, 1IOSE9 It. BRAII.F.Y. of Fulton county. Boon) of Public Works, Full Term, PHILIP nrHr.ISO, of Auglaltc eonnty. JAMES HOOr.E, rf Coshocton roui.ty For Congress, 6th District, R. W. CLARKE. Union County Ticket. Auditor, rtwin AKTnrn, of renn Tp. l.I)WAKD DHIKETT, of M.rhll Tp. Ci'mtnlsslor.pr, WILI.r.n COX.of FairflphtTp. TnflrmirT rirtctor, ALIX. B. SAM?, of UUrlj Tp. LATEST NEWS. To-day's papers (Wcdnesda)) start that Gen. Grant has jus...

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 August 1864

Matters about Home. Matters about Home. "X." Sd'erlbert receiving their paper, wllh an "X" awrk.d oppoelte their min, will nnderatand that the lima for which they hav, paid bu etplred. Rates of Advertising. WW llnea of thl typo, occupying a boot ene tneh mf twaae, make a toiiare. Owe eq.iare, one week f O.T leeh additional Intertlnn .17'; All transient advertleliig, hira thorter Unit then I elonthl, charged t the above relet. 8 mfm. 8 mat. 19 tnoa. One tqoare t4o in no tin no Twn l(ur S.ne R 00 IS 00 ThrM equaree 00 U 00 18 no ..HMO .. S.ne ., 00 ..10.00 ..12 00 ..U.no ..20.00 4 no no U 00 u.no m no jo no 86.00 celurao lo.oo lft.no in no 12 oalnmn ....12 00 ID 00 2". 00 U column tvno in no 8100 I Mlnmn 20.00 86.00 70 00 Advertisement! dl.plaved wllb large type, thtrged according to the epaee occnplad. AdntfnMrafnr'e Vntleee, Dlreree Tlotlcee, Road Nn tlee Attachment Net Ice., and nil olhr treatlent ad ertteementa ain.t he paid for before Ineertlnn. Th faee for advertl.lng all Leael ...

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. — 18 August 1864

Farmer's Department. [From the Ohio Farmer. Maxims for Farmers. BY M. L. HOLBROOKE. 1. Keep out of debt unless yon know how jou cn got out when you get in; and py promptly and as fust as you can. Debts stimulate the man ofencr gy to extra exertions, but tbo lasy man is not affected by them. 2. It is rarely good policy to buy ranch land when what you now own in Dot hair cultivated. 3. To borrow money to build a showy house when one of less pretension will answer justas well, is unwise. To lend money when your farm needs to be drained and tilled is littlo better. 4. A system of improvements laid out for a farm and labor to bring them about would mqko sericulture more interest ing than it is. 5. It is rarely wi30 for farmers to bor row money on mortgago of their farm?, with which to enter the mercantile pro fession. Rarely do men cncnL'o in thia pursuit without provious training and not become bankrupt. 6. To buy young stock at fabulous prices when you do not know what to . do with it,...

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 August 1864

i Editor and Proprietor VOL. XXVIII. J. L. DOARDMAN Jfitmilir Iflitntal gftoiA Iff $fetos, olitrts, literature, gricnlfurc, HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. AUGUST 25, 1804. UTailufs, c. $52 00 a Year; Strictly in Advance j NUMBER 18. Hillsborough Female College Lr rf- -IT - - IlillsUorovifili, Olilo, Rev. Allen T. Thompson, A. M., Pres't, V8StSTFT by nn nMr pnrfm if TrmJifM. Itrv. Henry Turnrr cunt.iiiu'i tu have chiirgs of It )iirMn(r 'frt irtiiiftit. Tli full t tim will nomnifitremi tlie 2.r.th of Antrtit. INmhIp, I'uitiiint' nml Ornwiri tuujrM hy roiiij.t'lT.it tmirhrr-. Fur In in-nittl ipn roipff tltitr xu -hum, p-ntr. vf I inly, A v. , (' ( 'irrnlnr, or nrfilrf x ltfv. A. T. T)mnii ..ti. Mux !2'2f, Ciiiriutmtl, U., or Itcv. Ili iiiy Tui iii-r, HilUhnro.nntii. Tlinr a w ill n nrnml t'diirort tfUnn 1t PrnfVi. I'liif Hcnll, tiixl 0'lniic, noxi-tcil ly tho Ymiiig I, it (Me et thy C'ulh-n, i u th rvrnfriir "f Aimnnt '2:th. Nfn-xiwiinf h:n l n Hpiirril lii priM-iiriiii...

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. — 25 August 1864

Hillsborough, oiiio. Thursday, - August 25, 18G4. Vr. Union Nominations. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. Union State Ticket. [ELECTION DAY, TUESDAY, OCT,11.1864.] Supreme .ludces, Frill Term, ICTUril BAY, of Portage County. long Yfoirt, WltLIAM WHITE, of Clurk. eonnty. HORACE WILDER, of AaliUlmla county. flecr.tiiry of Stnt, WILLIAM I1KSRT SMITH, of Hamilton co. Attorney-flenorut, V. V. RICH AISDSON, of Minro counly. Comptroller of the Treasury, MOSES Tt. Bn.Ht.KY, of Fulton county. Board of Public Works, Full T'rm, PH1M1" HEIIZINO, of AugUiM county. rVirflne, JAMES MOOKK, of Coshocton connly J For Congress, Cth District, R.W. CLARKE. Union County Ticket. Auditor, rTt-WTN ARTHVIt, of TVnn Tp. . UTveyor, MU'ARD BURNETT, of Marthal! Tp. Commissioner, MILLER COX, of Fairfield Tp. Infirmary 'Director, ALEX. B. SAMS, of Liberty Tp. LATEST NEWS. Tha rebels appear to have been strong Ij reinforced in the Shenandoah Valley. Gen. ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 25 August 1864

Matters about Home. "X." tlnlncrlber reMrlng their pnper with "X ' tnarwad pnollA thir name, will nnd" -land Hint th tint (or which they Itnvtt paid ha expired. Arrivals and Departures of the Mails. DOT.ONV!t.LF. MAIL. F.tin y, Allenehurg and Dodsonvill... Arrive Ittt Frtdav nt 11 A. M. H-part .mie d.v it '2 M. Mill cle.e II no A. M BAH. noAPM tf,, All town fin railroad tnCinein rml. nd for H'Ticlilr East, AUu Wi lcttnvllln. Arrive P iilr 12 V P'tvirt Ibillv 2 in P. M. Millet.,.., 1 P. M BAINBRtnfiB MATT.. P"a, Cnrmel, FlimlM. l!o-?in, ..r p.ter.loire. "slot. Ralo.l'oeoMtf It, Sink In k'lhn-, Marahnll. Tl. ll and North I'nlon. A rrlve T.ie.'livs, Tiiir.d:iy and Snturd.i a, 7 P.M. Dns.rt. Nnm n A. M. Vatfe!.. 6 .no A. M. HI PI. PIT VMl. n -revvlHe. Bi'nrl, Filrf.j. Hollow, town. Monr town. Nvl, ( r Dinvlll.) N ' "ru in, for Tar'nwltlr) Now Mniket, I'li.otown, Sicily, Nil faflrea Tfl.lt. ArrlviTajd.iv, Thn".lav and Sititrdiv., P. AT. fi.nM-is Moroliv. Vednadays and Friday 0, A. M. ' M...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 25 August 1864

Farmer's Department. Sods and Weeds. It should be a general praotioo with farmers to gathor up all the toJ, weods, nil even tho ynttr'i growth of triors, buslieo, elo., ami Bta't'k them in largo, compact heaps, thera to remain from one to two years, or until they become properly dccomponoi?, and resolved into cno mass. It wnuM taka but a little time to gather these, while-In doing bo tho fields would bo cleared of this trash, which, if left to remain, obstructs the growth of plants and encourages tho in crease of these drawbacks to growing crops. The '"manure" which ought to be produced on a farm of a hundred acres by this process, would hardly bo believed until properly putin oporntion. But we can sny in advance that there ought to be realizod, at tho lowest cal culation, one oirt-load per acre. This Instance is extremely valuablo for gar dens, and especially for corn, as well as for soils of a heavy and tenacious character. Wo havo long been convinced that this part of a farmer's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 1 September 1864

Sill if ililf J, L. DOARDMAN,) n Editor and Proprietor. ) i.'T .1 JmHij $mtrral gtMcli to (etos, Ditties, literature, gricnlturc, Iftiivlids, c. $2 00 a Year; Strictly in Advance. NUMBER 19. bvol. xxviii. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1804. Hillsborough Female College. f : ;t " I til,-vi ,J f.W j IIillH3oroXRH, Oblo. Rev. Allen T. Thompson, A. M., Prea't, A 8S1STKP ly an nhlernrpa n( Teachers. Rev. Il.-tiry Turner continues to hava charge of B .MnHnit 'tepartmi-nt. Tim Ml term will commence nn th JSth of Aiiffimt. Mimic, l'nlnllng and Drawing taught by couii.tenl teacher. For Inii.riiiNiInn retiectii,n: expi mure' a of stil'l.v,.tc , ser Ctri-nlar,or addrnsx Iter. A.T. Thump rn. Mux 2221, Cincinnati, O., or Rev. Homy Turner, Hlllilw.ro, lltilo. Thei will be a Ornnd Concert given hy Profs. Phil lips, Bil, and O'Kfine, aited by the Young Ladles of the College, "li the evening rf August 2.5th. No expense lias been spared In procuring Teachers. Let the frie...

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. — 1 September 1864

gfee prolan.) Dftbs. Hillsborough, onio. Thursday, Sept. 1, 13G4. .-VtWiN Union Nominations. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. Union State Ticket. [ELECTION DAY, TUESDAY, OCT. 11, 1864.] Rimfeme .Indeea Fell Tirm.l LUTnEll BAY, of Portage Comity. 7.e7 I nme)y, WILLIAM WHITE, of Clnike louuly. eVmrl rlfflitrw, HORACE V ILDER, of AhtRl.nla comity. Sceratnry of State, WILLIAM HENRY SMITH, of Hamilton fo. A t torney-Genor.-il, YT. T. lilCnAIiDSOS, of Monroe connty. Comptroller of (ho Trensnry, M(V?CS n. DRAILtY, of Fulton county.: Board of Tnblic Yi'oiks, Full Term, Mil MP nF.ItEIXc.5, of AngUixa eonnty. f fa'-eiiey, JAMES MOORE, ef Coshocton fonnty For Congress, 6th District, For Congress, 6th District, R. W. CLARKE. Union County Ticket. Auditor, MitTIS ARTHUR, of r-ennT. Purrrvne, 1 rTARP BURNETT, of Marshntl Tp. Commissioner, MILLER COX , of Fairfield Tp. Infirmary (Director, ALEX. D. SAMS, of Liberty Tp. LATEST NEWS. THE CH...

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. — 1 September 1864

Matters about Home. "X." nharrlhara eeeelvlhii Ihole fiAflPM Trlfh an "X narked aiirmslle their names, will understand that the limn for whlrli they have ml has uplrod Rates of Advertising. W to tinea, of thle type, occurln auotit Inch f anree, make n square. (inn squara, nrtai week, " I,, Kaeh additlmat Insertion 37 '4 tr tll trait'lent "rH"ln(t. hira shorter time thn I month!, charged at the auove rate. S mod. S mnt, 12 Tnne. $n no I.N no 1 no gn 110 2' no HI no 70 (M) On. anware...... ...... Twa siiarea Then squares celumn.i 12 oolnmn.K Z rnlnmn 1 solnmn... , ... K1 ., fl.lKJ .. 8 no ..inno ..U no ,.t'.no ,.20 00 in no 9. an 12 no l.vno 1 no 20 no as no Adrertlsements dlsplar.d with larjra type, charged iuirordlne: In the mee nernpled. Administrator's N'lllres, nlvnrfs Nntlers, Tlnad No. lire., AtteehmeTit Viiteis, and nil nfher transient vl lertl.ements mit-l he raid f"r hefnre In.erff'.n. Tli fe for ndveMlslnff nil 'F.eirat Tfntlt-e, mint b paid lieura arnfif oT pdhlleivft n l ...

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. — 1 September 1864

Farmer's Department. Boiling Food for Hogs. At a tceent meeting of the New York Farmer' Club, Prof. Mapes raaJa tho following remarks in regard to boiling food for hogs: - Tba proof of the saving of food bj loili ng has been giv n here, and we may ns well have it. Mr. Mnaon was a (watcli, maker in Camdon, N. J , and among otbor fancies be liked to keep bogs. Ho had bis hog pen built just back of his shop, so that he oould sit at his win- dowandwatch hisbogs. Every spring he bought somo pigs and fed tbcm through the season. Just opposito to Mr. Ma son was the storo of Mr. Van Arsdulc, and every pound of food that Mr. Ma son gave to bis pigs ho bought at this store. At tho end of six months bo got bis bill from Mr. Van Arsdalo, and ho always slaughtered his hogs at the same time, so that ho knew exactly how much bis pork cost. For several years it fig nrcd op at 13 cents per pound. At length some ono advised him to boil his corn. He accordingly got a lire ket- lln find nnnkod nil the ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 8 September 1864

Jfnmilg Imtnlai ti0icir "to $lefos, .' politics, , Bcraluw, Agriculture, Tavhcts, fee. 2 00 a Tear; GUictly in Advance.'! NUMBER 20. J. L. BOARDMANJ Editor and Proprietor. S HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY,. SEPTEMBER 8, 1801. BVOL..XXVIII. Hillsborough IVimlfl foMogCi vr,:-. -ir-frjuw-Nii IIilltlioroiBli, Ohio. Rev. Allea T. Thompson, A. M., Prea't, A BS1STKO Iit lin nlile corps of Teachers. J, Nov. Henry Turner continue, to have charge of Jloarolng department. The fall term will commence on the 2Sth of August. Music, Piiinling anil Drawing taught by competent teachers. Koi Inlormal Ion respecting expense., courses of si ml v. Ac. see Circular, or address Hav. A. T. Thomn- on, llo fli', Cincinnati, 0-, or lltv. Henry Turner, IliUiboro, onto. No axiienea has been spared In procuring Teacher. Let the friends of this Institution In Ilillsboro and abroad Interest theinarlve.s In securing pupils. Illll.liuro, July IS, lw;4. Jy21 KEW GOODS, NEW STYLES. Sirs. Iiiickncr HAS R...

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. — 8 September 1864

grounds than Lincoln liimsolf . Voters "that's so," cheers an J hisses. You propose to put upon dig platform Gen. McClclIan, vhi is not nontcntoJ liimsolf with arresting rinla indivMuals and throwing them into lmt!K), buthaa ar rested an cMiro Lejirtl.ituro nt a pinple order. lie h is aliv) supon Jod tho writ of hahenn cot put, of whioh you have complained, and aerj-iiegccd in tho eman cipation proel'imn'ion. Cries of no, no, and hisses Vet yr proposa in the faco of all tlila to stultify yourselves by taltingup a man who hns been tho supplo Instrument in tho ruincls of Lincoln in carrying out everything of which you complain. What did we come hero for? We camo as Democrats, to ask for pcaeo in tho namo of millions of Heeding hcarls, that aro wailing with anxious pulsations to-iught to rend your platform and bear who is your oandidato. Yon can send a thrill of j y to tluir breast?, or strike them down as with a dagger. What is it that is now crushing their feelings trore than anythin...

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. — 8 September 1864

Matters about Home. "X." li..irk4 .ippo!! thHr nnniM, will niftralnnd that the tlmr for which tliy htivo mM hM expired. Rates of Advertising. T1I1 lines of this type, occupying about inch fit stvif. make A square, One eqonre, on wei-k 12,, t'h additional Insertion ' i fW All transient .lvrtl"in, lor a shorter lim than I months, charged at ' nbov mIm. nvs. nrvt, 1? wm, On snnsre " 00 ",n0 Tvn nnsr" I"10 1" Ttir imri m H n0 1"" V column 'n n0 ' ,n0 ?n eolnmn ' ft 1 mlnmn V SI "0 1 eot'tinn 4 00 3 00 70(io Ailvarthmhte dlsnlsvcd with lrp type, charged aecnrdlntr to th- oernplod. Administrator's Volleys. Dli-arre Notice, Ttoad No. tires. Att'rhmnt Votlees, and nil other transient ad erll"emltte most l' paid for before insertion. The for advertising Mil l.en-al Notices, nnit b pul l before proof of publication in made. OBITUARY NOTICES. Tram nnd after thle date, Kept. Int. lsr,4, all Obltn. ary Nolle, pnhllshed In tha News, (except those of deceased soldier,) will be charged for at the r...

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. — 8 September 1864

Farmer's Department. Rolling the Ground. Man j cuHiTitors of the soil, not ex celling feoms of the best, feqotitly erf id Icif.ng t'tioir soil too loose About tticlr trees and plants. Ia new planta tions of BtravTberrlcii, this is a common cause of failure. The ground is dug, line "itrctcbed" and plants et oat in OD9 day; and continual waforing, abad ihg,' or other care is necessary, if the weather proves dry for a few dajs after planting. It may be set down as a rule, that after turning up the soil, it cannot again be pressed down too firmly, if dry enough to pulreriia by tho rolling. This seems to be better understood by the farmer than tho gardener. The roller is an indiepensablo implement of culti vation to him; but to the gardenar it is almost unknown for any other purpose than for using whoa the ground is wet to level bis lawn or harden bis walks. Yet it may bo used to very great advan tage in numberless cases. ' To suppose a case with an anxious Strawberry grower. Let the gro...

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. — 15 September 1864

''''' J. L. DOARDMAN, r; jfmmlg journal glebalclr in . $(efos, politics, ifitcrnture, grienltaw, Iftarhtts, c. $2 CO a Year; Strictly in Advance.) Editor and Proprietor BVOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1804. NUMBER 21. Poetry. BATTLE-WORN BANNERS. t mi t ! solrllert com to day . From; tiattlsfleld fr; Ko conqnaror rode hefnr their way Dl this triumphal car, lint mptelnn, lika themselves, on foot. And banners sadly torn, All prandly eloquent, though mote, ta prlda and lory born. Those banners, aollcd with dirt and suoks, And rant by shot and shell, That through tha serried phnlani broke What terrors they conM tell I What tain of eud.len win and death la eeery cannon's boom. When e'en tha hraeeet htld hit breath And walled fur his doom. By'handi of ateol thane tlf war wared Altove tlie carnage dire, AlBiost destroyed, yet always aarad, 'Mlil battle cloudi and Are; Though down at times, itill up they rot And kliod the brsess again, Dread tokens...

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. — 15 September 1864

fje psptnb jttos. niLLsnonouan, ouio.. Thursday, Sept. 15, 1864. Union Nominations. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. Union State Ticket. [ELECTION DAY, TUESDAY, OCT. 11, 1864.] - Bnpme Jattg (fall Term,) IXTHKB. DAY. of Portage County. V Supreme Judge (Long Vacancy,) . WILLIAM WniTE. of t'leike County. ' ' Bupreme Judge-(8hGrt Vacancy.) HORACE WILDKU, of AnliUUnU County, r Secretary of Stat, . V.I1.L1AM UK.NUV SMITH, of Hamilton Oo. , ,- Attorney-flcnpnil, , W. T. ItlCHAIinsuN, of Monroe C'ouuty. .' Comptroller of the Trcaaury, MOSES n. BUAILKY, of Fulton County. '' " Board of Public Vork,-(Fnll Term,) 1'HIU.tr HK1IZISO, of Atigtaiae County. (For Vacancy,) , MMFS MOOKK, of Cuthuctos Coonty ' " For Confess, Cth District, R. W. CLARKE. Union Ticket, FOR HIGHLAND COUNTY, O. Amllior, ' i. IDWIS AliTUUR.of PennTp. Suiveyor, VUWABD BURNETT, of Marshall Tp. Commi.Bloner, , '' MILT.EnCOX.ofFalrfieldTp. Infirmary TMrector, i At.EX....

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. — 15 September 1864

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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. — 15 September 1864

Political. Samples of Treason from the Chicago Market. VTo call lorao ohoioo sped mens of tho "Free Speech" which it it the "greet DilcsSon of the Demoerstio party" to pro lecf, from preliminary orations at Chi eigo that inspired and indoctrinated the representative misses of that parly attending upon that convention.' At one of tho meetings held Satur day nigh t, the distinguished Isaiah Rjn dors, one of the main pillars of Democ racy In New York, Tory candidly said: "At the old line White Convention tomo one hid called the Southern pro pi o traitors, hut he knew the South were at gallant, chi'valrout and nolle a people at God ever created. Cat calls, yells and other Domocratlo applauses lie was sorry the South had taken the steps they had, but God knowt they had just quite to act at they did act." i Benjamin AUen, of New York, did noihelievo there was a secessionist per in the whole South, and if the Aboli tionists were thrown out of power they would all come back. ''The people ra...

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