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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 22 September 1864

J. L. BOAHDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor. ) Jmnilji immwl tl)otcli to ttctos, 0ltks, fttcniturc, gricutarc, UTadids, t. $2 00 a Year; Strictly in Advance. EVOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 22, 1864. NUMBER 22. jjjl ' ' Geo. A. Prince &Co's. f.iELODEOnS. Portable and Piano Cased, of i ... ,' Every Variety, GEORGE 1, PRINCE & CO's. School Organs, '.' In Oak and Walnut Cases. Thcso instruments have two sets of reeds, Divided Swell, and Basso Tenuto Stop, and aro much more powerful than any .'DOUBLE REED MELODEON, are very strongly made, simple in construction, and therefore easily understood. TfF nrc Oprrnlcd the same n mi ordinary Mclodcoit, so that miy one Hi in I liar Willi I lie Inner Instrument can easily peiToriu iipoM I lie School Organ without additional instruction. These Jnstruruente are especially adap ted for Sabbath Schools i ' ' AND . Small Churches. Organ W. F. COLBUEN, . . Western Agent, r ' ., . AND PIANO DEALER. i - " No, 04 ...

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. — 22 September 1864

tneatur tf ilt power; and whenever it fails to exert a power ncccssarj and proper to lbs disolisrgo of th duties prescribed bv vht Constitution, it vio latet the public trut't not ten than it would io transcending its proper limits. To refrain, therefore, from the high and solemn duties thus enjoined, Lowevcr painful the performance may be, and thereby tacitly permit the rightful au tkority of the Government to It contemn ed, and its lawi obstructed by a tingle State, would neither; comport with its own safety, nor the right of the great body of the American people." ? ' The rich inheritance bequeathed by our fathers has devolved upon os the ta rred obligation of pretexting it by the same virtues which conducted them through tho eventful scenes of the Rev olution and ultimately crowned their struggle with the noblest model of civ il institutions. They bequeathed to us t Government of laws, and a Federal Union founded upon the groat principle of popular representation. After a sue ce...

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. — 22 September 1864

Matters about Home. .SC." m . ft.. u a.. At. .1. ... sawlth KM "T ttmrkad oppMlt thulx nnmon, will iiwlnratiitid tlit tlio lime mr wiitr.n iiipj nT pain niw nitifu. Rates of Advertising. WW 10 line of tltln type, occupying about on .nrft r spues, mako a aqnara. . One square, one week " !,, Each additional Insertion .. . Vi All transient advertising, lor a shorter lima than S montlii, charged at me aoovo mn, 3 mod. fl moil. 12 mos. tlO.IK) IV no 18.00 0.00 8.1.00 .1.1 Or) 70.00 On snware Two squares Three eo,ueres.. column 12 column 1 column 1 column ,...4.tW .... fl.no ... ') ,...11.00 ,...14 0t) ...IMH1 ...20.00 9.110 12 "0 1 von 1H.no vo IS) 38 00 Advertisements displayed with lure type, charged according to the smre occupied. Admlnl.tretor's Notices, Divorce Notices, Boad No tices, Altaehment Notices, and all other transient ad vertisements must he paid before Insertion. The fees for advertising fill Leiral Notices, must be paid before proof of piililiraHpn If made. "oilTUARYTOTI...

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. — 22 September 1864

Miscellaneous. Scarecrow of the National Debt. Tbe following trtiols it full of en eoar(gment for the lojal meaofthe conn try, and slould be carefully read and pondered; Bchujlor Colfax, in h upoecn at Taru, tie other day, gave (be following state mend and figures in regard to nation al finance: Opposition to tbe war is alao based on the condition of tbe national finances During tbe last session of Congress tbe opposition insisted that the soldiers ought to be paid in gold. Thy were champions for the increased pay of the soldiers. We increased it to. 816, per month, but they wanted to mako it $20 and pay them in gold. One would lave supposed them the greatest friends of tbe soldier. But when we came to pass the tax bill, every one of tbem vo ; ted against it. How were the soldiers to bo paid in gold or anything else, . without the passage of a Ux bill? While pretending to be their friend, they were' seeking to destroy the credit of the nation. They endeavored to make it appear that ...

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. — 29 September 1864

J. L. DOARDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor. ) Jfamtlii ' gonrnal grfuiA o Jhtos, . follies,' fifcraut, Agriculture, Quiets, c. f?2 00 a Year; Strictly in Advance. VOL.-XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY.' SEPTEMBER 20,. 1861. NUMBER 23. Geo. A. Prince &Co's. MELGDE, ; Portable and Piano Cased, of Every Variety. ; GEORGE Ac PlilXCE & CO's. . School Organs, In Oak and Walnut Cases. These instruments -have two sdts "of roods, ' Divided Swell, hnd Basso Tcnuto Stop, nnd are much more powerful than any ,r DOUBLE REED MELODEOX, ' are very strongly made, simplo in construction, and therefore easily understood. They nrc Operated llic same n mi orllniry niclotleoii, so Hint nny one f;i miliar Willi I lie Inner Instrument can easily perforin upon llic School Organ without additional instruction. '. - These Xustrumente are especially adap ted for gablmth Schools -' - AND !.'' ' ' ' ' - Small Churches. : W. F. COLBUEU, Western .lciif, AND y PIANO DEALER. No. 94 West 4th S...

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 September 1864

niLLsnonouGii, omo. ThixrsJay, Sept. 29, 1GC4. Union Nominations. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. Union State Ticket. [ELECTION DAY, TUESDAY, OCT. 11, 1804. ] ' ' Snpreme Jnd;;c (Full Term,) i i LUTUh.U DAY, of Portage Comity. --. Supremo J ulge (Long Y icancy.) . WILLIAM W111TU, of Cluiko County. Supremo .Tu'Iko (S!:ort Vacancy,) nORACK VI LI' IX., if Aidiiubula County. '' Pe.crotn.ry of Shite, WILLIAM LIKNUY SMITH, of Haniiltun Co. Attorney General, . VSI. P. IllCllARDSON, of Monroe Couuly. Comptroller of the Treasury, "MOSKS R. BRAILKY, of Fulton County. Brd of Public Work (Full Term,) rillLIP HKUZlXG, cf Anglair.Cvuuty. i (For Vacancy,) JAMES JIOUUE, of Coohottou County. For Congress, 6th District, R. W. CLARKE. Union Ticket. FOR HIGHLAND COUNTY, O. An-Ifiur, EDWIN ARTHUR, of renn Tp. Purveyor, EDWARD BURNETT, of Marrhall Tp. CymmfuHlont-r, F. STILLER COX, of Fairfield Tp. Infirmary Llrpclor, ALEX. B. SAMS, uf Liberty...

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 September 1864

Matters about Home. "X." Fubacrlbcrs receiving their papcra with an "X niarkad opposite their namee, will nnnVratatid that tliK time lor which they have nld Iim expired. Rates of Advertising. ' mw ttf etwee biz.. - .. s.pmre, one week J additional Inserting ') On e.pmre -!. .l.llll HIT ah transient .l vcrr t-l n, for n shorter lima than 3 months, charged at the above rnli'S. i 3 mm. (I mo., 12 mn.. One Mtinn.....: . " 9W.W Two .nitnro. 1 .' I" i ThrtMi imrp W 12 "0 18(h) U column 1.IM l.vmi 2iii U column 1) 1. 2 '0 12 column 1A." 20 m IIS ihi . I column 2'i.lK) HO no 7n iki Advertisement, displayed with large typ-, charged accnrdlni.to lltestriee occupied. AdmlnMratnr's Notice., Divorce Notices, Pond No tlces, Attachment Votire., end nil other transient lid terllsrment. must he rn''l f"r In.ortlnn. The fee. f.ir advertising nil I.eiral Notice., muni bo paid before proof of publication Is made. OBITUARY NOTICES. From and after this date, cpt. Int. Iii4, all Obitu ary. Notices, publis...

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. — 29 September 1864

Political. A Voice from the Grave. W tike plotiursia rfprodicing the following extrtct from a speech deliv ered by Stcphoa A. Douglas in Spring field. III., April 23, We are told because a certain party carried a Presidential election, there fore the South choose to consider their liberties insecure. I bad supposed it was t fundamental prineiple of Ameri can institutions, that tho will of tho ma jority,ontitutionally exprcssod, should corern. If a defeat at the ballot box is . tojuatify rebellion, the future history of the United State may be read in the fast history of Mexico. The first duty of every Ameriaan cit led is to rendsr obedience to the Na tional Constitution and Laws. Most of you know I am a very good fighter in times of partisan strife. I hope to show yon all that I am an equally good pit i riot in the time of my country's dancer It is now your imperative duty to throw ", party and party platforms to the widds forget that you ever differed. Give me '' . . . a . a countr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 6 October 1864

tj '''''' - r J. L. BOARD MAN, i & Jfamiln lournal gthntt to $clus, $oIifte( fifcralure, griraltarc, Parhds, c. 52 00 a Year; Strictly in Advance Editor and Proprietor "Vol; xxviii. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1801. NUMBER 24. Poetry. 1 Tit following lonchlnf pnm tk the prise offered by the Plillerti-lphle, Christian CommNskiti fur perm on tHeSeeth ef Berg'tnt HumsToS.of Port-lllr, N. T.( jbo wnl foeatl deed t Gettysburg seTernl deyt after the battle, with hit ejet died upon the anibrotype of hit three children. THE CHILDREN OF THE BATTLE FIELD. BY JAMES O. CLARK. tTpontbe field of Gettysburg ,: The tnmraer tun wae high, -1 " When Freedom met her traltoroat foe j,',, Bonealh e Northern sky , . 'r'Annti the heroet of the North, ' ' - Who twelled her grand array i ... . And mailed, like mountain eagloe forth, From happy hornet away, There stood a man of hnmble fame, A tire of children, three, And gated, within a little frame, g Their pictured forma to...

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 October 1864

(IJjeJjtgjilimlt JJctos. uiLLSBonouon, ouio. ' ' - Thursday, - Oct. 6, 18C4. 1 Union Nominations. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. Union State Ticket. [ELECTION DAY, TUESDAY, OCT. 11, 1864.] -, .' Supreme Juipe (Kull Term.) , IXTllEn PAT, vt rortge County h: Supreme JniUo (Long Vacancy,) WILLIAM WHITE, of Clarke County. Supreme Jnrtge (Short Vacancy,! HORACE VILPKH, of Ashtabula Couuty. Secretary of Ptnt, ' WILLIAM IIKSBY r'MtTII, ol Hamilton Co. i Attorney-General, VX, P, ItlCIIAHDSON.of Monroe County. Comptroller nf the Trea-nrr, MOSES R. B HA I LET, of Fulton County. k" Board of TuliHc V'orkj,-(Full Term,) '1P0ILIP IIinziNO, orAnglaHa County. (Tor Vacancy,) -,; IAJIIS 1100EE, of Coibocton County For Congress, 6th District, R. W. CLARKE. Union Ticket. FOR HIGHLAND COUNTY, O. Auditor, '. : ETWI3 ABTUCB.of PonnTp. Bnrrryor, fcDWAItD BURNETT, of Marshall Tp, Commissioner, . T. MILLED COX, of Fairfield Tp. Infirmary Director, '...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 6 October 1864

Matters about Home. "X." 0..1 .tl...- .......(.In. Hi. if tinner. Wt'tb Rll marked oppn.lte their nnmna, will nndrrettiml that time lor whlrli tllcy nave pnni naa iii. t (he 1 iUtc's of Advertising:. 1 ' ... .t IT') Una of thin type, oawnpying noun. v ; .t.'... $0.7" avi nt amice, liiiilm a annnrii line .moire,', one week,.... ..... I. .I.l.ll.f......l l,l..ttlotl If- All tmiKlriit adyei-tl.inic, Inra ehorler lime than Soinntha, charged at the above r.lo. , , j, if- ri 1 1" t tna. in moe. One ir....(.-.A.iU.-"" ' "'"' tiv.Tj Twnnqiinri.il...... ' "" V column 1'""' l-V"1 2" 11 column 12 00 IS IK 2 V no li1 column., column ,..i.ff flrthiV, jllMt.UyJ with 1 iceordimr to t " ""' oc'ruptnd. 2d oo rift on larjia type, 'charged Iivnrre Notic, Tlotid No A .1 (.!-. een liir'l XllMl'Kl. Ilro. LrtttrfMuint.Nti'). nrt.l nil or nor irani-i-ei.. ti fUMl T' .i , .,.t La mild fnr before Insertion. tWoiajhrpot "I iJuMu'iVlon In made, OBITUARY NOTICES. From mil aftor till. date, Si.pt. Hut. 1804, U O...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 6 October 1864

Political. The Old Democrats to the Rescue. Hon. John Cena, tpeikerof th Ilooie of Representative, of Pennayl Y5t),i, In ths lait Lcir5!are, gonl--nun of high character, I Jootifle 1 from boyhood! with tho Domocritio party, tod always clasaed smonirst the first in tollectg in thtt oretniaetioo in i's paltr iest tiav. made the letdinjr speech at thstoo-Mitor mooting of tho friends of Lincoln and Johnson, held at Indepen dence- forme, in the city of Phllado'- ... . ' . ' . . ..." r.! . .1 Mm. last catardar oieni. u on the finest and moit impressive orator in America, and one of the most ron aoieatioas and upright of oar public men ' A few weeks spo he was invited to apeak in the city of Lancaster, at '.he orninencement of trioWim joi'.er, ndho startled and delichtcd all who vera crcsont hv bia bold aod do term in d dennooiation of the opposition to the war, and by placing himself among he friondn of the present Administrate It is said that ei-Prcsideot Duchinan, who reaidea nrar Lanca...

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 October 1864

mmt , ' J,; L. DOARDMAN,) Bditor anl Proprietor, i 1 5. Jfamilg. ImtriwI Dtbotcb lo Jfctos, Jjolitte, literature, Agriculture, Utarhtfs, tft. $2 00 a Year Strictly in Advan$J, VOL. XXVT1I. HILLSBOROUGH.' HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1801 NUMBER 257 Poetry. [For the News. SHERIDAN AND SHENANDOAH. Oh. name of Slionnnrioah", ,Once from the Indian'! tonpit By lh rlrer, aod In, the ralley, Thy lyllahlaa wildly run: , And the llua ( the bolaternne erhool-boy, And of Mtrnmti thoughtful man, Jq the round of life hive aKkrn Thy name again and again. But nevermore, Shenand'ioh, Shall Indian nr erhoel-bov say Thy name, as a A'erton rrpeate II, '' Over and ovfr to-fat AndoiwMar wilt, thine la ehontedi ' BmaiDAK, gallant and trno, Tha Irnllorana t hath routed, "' TJadeMhe "Red, White and ine." ' ' Another beantirnl lining . Of illver looms out of Ilia cloud) , "f iiaaiiiiK and SaaNAxnoui," Blend In an utterance proud, Gloriona aamea t thai tha People Will (Ira to honor and fame, ...

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 October 1864

""niLLSfiqjiouan; dixio.. , ,,...,. . Thursday," Oct. 13. ISC4. a. iv. .i,v Union Nominations. Union Nominations. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. Electors at Large. .0: I'' i!y T 1 loirs r. rnNKi.l District Electors .1,.1'insit.eiiKrx. ' . rr.Nt it mat. tir.-rs, ; t- b- cit'UKKt.. . , 4. drri'tiKSMoiiNstuv. IC Clf- WILtUM L. V. Al.kEll, . is. JHM.S f. vui'M i;, 1'CS .7- IIHSIlT'W. milll, . (7!l BoWrA, . J.vroii m'Hch;i;. in. .V I I.LIOI Mil ITirt t CO n V'. ftltnitC.i' A. fVALI Kit, , 11. III.MIY I'. lt.l' . in " (.,. iM a.srAMiatT, . 14 J'OiN M. . l ii'.tl;-. 1. Fill-I'TIIH K IV. M (lOftv i JA. i,oi::.v ZO r.NKUUl. ,., fl" ".. M.M.'OM'K. , a fini -u :'n u.t , r,;'-V. AiNKtt Mi,.tu;o. ,.tl.lr;Pt, 7M...Uj,.ciu.Ur J, ISM ' LATEST NEWS. The Union Forever! The People Have Spoken! Ohio, 80,000! Pennsylvania 60,000! Ohio, 80,000! Pennsylvania 60,000! Indiana 20,000! Union Majorities! io ffrttl lhV"lo " CTcr ,0( ...

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 October 1864

Matters about Home. ..Mil flnbarrlbera welrlne; their paper with in "X" w.rkrl .Ifipoelt tltelr namee, will nn.leretnnd that the lime Mr which they tw pulrt hu eipln-d. ' Hates of Advertising. Star AO litinf pf Hit tyi, occupying ibonl omf pifr. male a Wpiara. ' ' . .. One .i"lr,p "Wnk,..-. . IJw Karri additional Inecrtb.n - All tran.lent adeertWna, tori ehortor tlml than Smotitiie, barged t tneaDor rate ii mo". On iqrmr..,.., I "0 Tn .tirp 1 ho Thrajaniiare..i....... J"i V Column it column 1JJ 12 cnlnmn..i....i....n .IV' f !.. tfXKJ A IW4, ' ' jn no fl no ' 12 rn 1 lAW) ia.no , , OIMKI Ho.no 11 mmt. . Iioon 1(1110 1110 : 2n no 1 srno i as no 70 oo I COOIOWI " . ....... iti.tilaerd with larr typ. charied 'TfmKN'tlnWnr.. Notice., Itnnd No tire. Attachment NotUe; ami nil' other tranalent ad vrtumrnu mn.t H paid f"T before In.rrtlnn. The f for adeertbilntr nil I.al Nntlcee, muit b paid before pront f publication ! mud. , OBITUARY NOTICES. TromanTnfcerthli rial.. Sept. 1.1. W. OMtn ry N...

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 October 1864

[From the Missouri Democrat. The Coward Party. A nor i ootcipibl8 fomtioa was cut tut ewifiel toy any set ef men. than fkstt oar held by tha eo-oalled Demo fffrtj. It baa mad itself ft thin. of Morn t tlie iawet and earnest men f organitationa. Ita leaders, after trawling MdawelKog with brave words 4nrctr,l.o.t the land, threatening war tapaft i.tneetn't aiajinifrtration, end de u4ieg f eaee with the rebels, went to Chicago like lions, roared prelade toe iage4 tbeir skint ted ame war like eaaea, braying tery mildly They .don't , know where they are whether for peaoe or war, for the Union or rgalnst it. They merely knew that ibty want to get ofice, and ere not rcry particular whetVor the rebels or the Union, aneej whip in the great battle for nationality; and everybody else knowi ft, too. A few rich bankers and rail road directors came to Chicago from the IjUstwith fall pocket, end a few thous id dollar worth of fire cracker, and all the Domocratio virtue and courage there was in 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. — 20 October 1864

Nt si : T - - ; -i i.l.i iiMxad J. L. BOARDMAN,) !'l Jf amilfi Imintal $tlwic& i0-"'$fotos, .politics, pcniluvc,- gricitlturc, farhcls, c. ,.; ;'S Editor ani Proprietor, , Strictly in Advance, . I ! ..' VOL. XXVIII. ;. ; HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND, COUNTY, OHIO; TIIUllSDAY', ' "OCTOBER' . 20, ' '18G1. 1 Poetry. [For the News. A HYMN FOR THE "NEW CHURCH." Church, 0 tird,.we loved io well. We from Ita hniy preclncti fpll; To hide our linn, conceal our ehame. Wo gle onreelreo a "Christian" name! Wo moot to rent, mulling and pray, And plot oor tremon, In thla way, lint bo It ll tho greater ehamc, Tht wo h0 got "CorhKan" name. . While wo are trantrero to tho Lord, ' Wo onlnln men to preach till Word, Thla eacred rlto wo do profane, Becauee o'ogot "CArWoa" MIM. . Our Klderi, with their gnilly liondn. ' ' Ordain, and give them thMr command", Go pronch tho Word, ind Imid proclaim,' That wo have got a OrWtan" name! And when on earth onr raco la rnn, And wo the Devll'i work have done, We'll. ...

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 October 1864

UiU. Barg'! lltriom and party Imaie Ilatalj punned, aod tha Indiana made (Uad near lbs foot of the bluff, and sharp iklrm.ah of about three-quarter f an boar eoiacd, TeinUinjr In tha In disss being dispersed, with 10 or 12 lulled and wounded; tb loss of about 40of their ponies and aeferat wigwams, with onlj on man wounded on our aiJe, vCb"-l St- Clair, Co. 0., who was atruck in the leg by a rifle ball. Pritata John Baonatt bad bla bone shot from under him, and private Dab Moppine bad bis horie wounded. Capt. Marshall and bis rommabd arrived too late to take part Id the affair. "OldGrasa" waa wounded twice, but made bia way to the ranch of HaJ. Twins, aoroa 4 miles above this post; where be lay for some two or three days. Capt. Kinehart wished to place ft guard over him, but Mj. Twist promised to bo responsible for bin safe . keeping, and as the Major waa consider ed "O. K." no guard waa placed over the Chief. Two or three days bro a party of Indiana came near Mnj. Twiss' ranch and e...

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 October 1864

Matters about Home. sac. 11 dnWrlhera reretvln their papers with an "X" fc.rked .wipo.lte their name., will niid"l-tnnd that the Um for which they bar 9 paid has expired. WOOD! WOOD!! -. Proposals will bo rooeired at this of Ao nnril Sitturilay, Oat. 22, for furnish ',' log 20 cords of good, straight, seasoned Wood, Hickory, Sugsrtrco, or Ttaech, t o ' ' be delivered by the 10th of November) :' and corded on tho ground whero deliv ered. Cash paid on delivery. -1 -' For the P litical Itadomp ion of the Gtli Consrr. District. And Union Victories everywhere! c 1 The Union Men of Highland oourttv invito tliofif of Clinton, Brown, Fayette and Clermont, to join tbern in a Grand Union ,Jubi!ftB of R joicinjr over tho recent clorions Unioo victory in the (Jth ConpruBMnn il Disfriot, as well as tlios t ia i-'eonsjlvoDia, Indiana and oar fStatr at large. ' That true Patriot and favorite son oF ilndrana, ' Gov. O. P. MORTON, lias been invited, and is confidently ex pected to Iro here 'Also, Ge...

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 October 1864

Miscellaneous. Official Election Returns—The Soldiers' Vote, &c. Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Gazette. COLUMBUS, Oct. 16. The returns; mostly official, from feTentythrco eoonties givo Union tnijority of. 27,275. It is estimated that in tho remaining fifteen counties the Copperheads are 1,000 ahead, thin reducing the majority to 25 373. tt appears that acTcral eonnty clorki refuse to take From their repetitive post office the returns of the soldiers' totes, if there is any postsgo due on thorn. As thcro is do other wny to remedy this natter, the Union Stato Central Com mittee suggest that the Union County Commissioners arrange for the paymont of tho postage due, so that the brave men in the field may no, be cheated out of their votes. It will require only a few dollars in each county. tSJ"h is cod Tt est J that the people of Richmond are nu fitring. The Relief Committee publish an appeal to tho pub lic for aid iu bchajf of the refugees and suffering poor. They say Richmond ...

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