ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Highland Weekly News, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 6,902 items from Highland Weekly News, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
6,902 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 27 October 1864

J. L. DOARDMAN, T: t Jfitnttln journal glffeoiclr 0 Uelus, Mt$t fifcralure, Agriculture, $Tadufs, fee. 2 00 a Year; Strictly in Advance ... Editor ani Proprietor VOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 27, 18G1. NUMBER 27. U. S. 7-30 Loan. iTh Secretary of th Treaanry glrea notice that nib. arrlritlon will be received for Coupon Treaanry Note, payable three year from Aug. 15th, 18G4, with aeml annual Intereat at the rnte of aeren and three-terilh percent, per annum, principal and Intereat both to "be paid la lawful money. Then note will be convertible at th option of the holder at 'maturity, Into lx per cent, gild-bearing bonda, payable not lera than fire nor more than twenty year from their date, a tho Government may elect. Tbey will be lamed In denomination ol 1.10, J500, SI, 000 and 15,000, and all ubacrlptlon mint be for fifty dollar or aome fnultlplf fifty dollar. The note will be tranamltted to the owner free of tranaportntlon charge a ioon after th...

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 October 1864

niLLSDOnOUOTT, OHIO. Thursday, Oct. 27, 18G4. U v- Union Nominations. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. [Election Day, Tuesday, November 8, 1864.] Electors at Large: JUIV M. rONSKLL, JuilN r. BIKI1.N. District Electors: 1. jnnt k. ciikev, 2. STAM.KY M.A.TTIIFWS, X. I.KWIM B. (il'NCKF.I,, . STEI'll K J'lHNrif, I. WILLIAM I.. WALKER, . MILLS li MtDKKK, 7. HKMtY . SMITH, . OZI S Iinvvi:x. . Jai'iH M'i:oi;f.s, 1'). AVM.TIAM M1KFKIFLP, 11. ;Kn!iri- A. WALLER, IS. IlKSIlY F. VKi.K. 13. JMK K. !-TMir:ltY, i. Jmy li. M"'umiw. 15. r'UKHKIill K V. WHOP, It. I OISKN?.'l i.NF'MU, O I ! N 31 1 TOllK. If. SI:TII M tl:;i 1 19. Al)LR KLl.i.oe-i. LATEST NEWS. Elood is still retreating, pursued by Sherman. The railroad to Atlanta k nearly repaired and will to running this week. Hood's raid has proved a fail ure. Sheridan's last vicfonr continues to improve. He has captured nearly 4000 prisoners, some of whom admit that Ea...

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 October 1864

Matters about Home. 99 iobai-rlhart rwalrlnr hmr pnpcr wHIl an X liMrkixl ,irpnll thMr nnm, will mi.l-Ti.tnnd that Ihf tlmalor which thay haa paid baa "I11' THE GREAT MEETING NEXT THURSDAY. this place, on Thursday Doxt, we may iarelv anticipate, should the weather j 1 ' prove favorable, one or the largeBt a aamt.ln rma pver tern in Ilillnboro. Ill ilimlilnrrpd ever teen in Ilillnboro. It -. o . ii now highly probablo that the din tinpoisried orator and atatcsman, Gov. Mortow, of Indiana, will bo here, as he is positively announced lo he at Valpa raiso, Ind,, oh the 4th of Nov. and may arrange to epcak here the day previous, on. hit way homo from the East, where ' he is now laboring for the cause of the Union. -Every effort will be mado to secure his attendance, and we think there is pood reason to expect him. No answers have yet been reccive'd from Gov. Johnson, Gen. Grern Clay SsitTrt and Dr. Breckinridqr, but it is probable one or pi ore of theiu will at tend. .Ex-Lieut. Oov. Fisk...

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 October 1864

Miscellaneous. A CAUTION. Feather Peddling in Brown and Highland Counties, Ohio—Fraud and Deception—Swindling in the Name of Humanity and Patriotism. [Correspondence of the Cincinnati Gazette. [Correspondence of the Cincinnati Gazette. MR. OREB, BROWN Co., O., Aug. 3. For mtnjr yem feather -i-ddling Lm Mn a busmen of quits a number of , persons, most of whom it is thought rc ..aide in Brown county, Ohio, ami the loutbem and adjoining part of High " land, who, previous lo tha presont war, , ffmledj over almost the entire country in wagons fitted up for the purpose, and generally two or more wagons together, and two persons to a wsgon, buying nil . kinds of feathers, chicken, turkey, duck, M and now, worthless, old teds As After procuring a SuGbioot quantity, ; they would find a suitablo room, and inix or put the worthless fathers in small tacks, place them in large ones, and pack the better feathers around them. In mixing, they would adulter ate with almost anything they could procur...

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. — 3 November 1864

J. L. BOARD MAN,) Editor and Proprietor. ( Jamil 0imiaI---)tl)fl(cJr ia hfos, $J.oHttts, 'literature, Agriculture, Markets, fa. : j $2 00 a Year; Strictly in Advance. vol. xxyin. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1804. NUMBER 28. Poetry. [For the News. TO A. W. L. Serg't Maj. 77th Penna Vols. - '! thloklon of tbc-e, deareat, .. All thla mlocti1jr I Thoit who wart to raa th narett . Moat rjaloved tliln ilils nf Heaven." I m thinking I " thinking Tw may ll It b my algha Of arolca I know, ao lander, And a Harry pair of fjii. '' I am thinking of buttle, - Bravely f Might, but aadly Inat, -)t , And I hoar tlieclmih and rattla, And I aliuddcr at tba coat. I am thinking lam wondering If amid th wounded tliir, Thou wert hit to bleed and auffer Nona to tuolht ut fur tlieo car. I am thinking I am wondering Heart to brave, and arm au atrong If thuu conld'at have dlrd milliard of Namahua, 'mid tliut couquert-d throng. lam thinking how 1'va linger O'er the llt. for many ...

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. — 3 November 1864

axr.LsBOBouan, onio. Thursday, . Nov. XX 18G4. Union Nominations. ' FOR PKESIDEXT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN r : '.. OP IIXTNOCS. TOR TICE PRESIDEXT, ". ANDREW JOHNSON. Or TENNESSEE. frUrtloa Day, TtKwday, Noyirmber 8, 18(54.) LATEST NEWS. Sherman still holds Atlanta, and in. tends to hold it, ill Iho efforts of Hood and bis irtny, and falso repot U of Northern Copperheads, to the contrary notvithhtandiog. ' Gen. Grant's movement last Thurs day was only a recooooisanca in force to "foel" the rebel position and strength The result was satisfactory to our side! the loss of bolh armies being nearly equal, while the rebels were foreed to abandon several important positions. A terrible railroad accident occurred last Monday night, sis miles south of Lafayette, IoJ. on the Indianapolis uad. Thirty were killed and 20 or 30 wounded, mostly returned soldiers. No further particulars given. Goo. Sheridan's entire loss in the great victory of Ojt. 19th was about 7, 000, that of the rebcU 9.000. It is re ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 3 November 1864

Matters about Home. 'SC. p Sihearlhr rrlvln their paper with nn "X" Barked opnoalt their name, rill andaratand that th lima for which lhy have paid hM plra. ' - i lUtet of Advertising. . mm-10 lltiM of Ihla typ. oeeopylnf; aboal t c qxi' milk o,nra. On iqnati, an wrk ..... I,., Each additional Insertion..... irTJf j- AH imnaiunt advertlaln-, (or (hotter tlm thn I Diontln, (bargea in. On wiMr Ta entare Three niir..., W column. .,.. 12 column 1.2 eolnmtt . I enlnmn fl mot. 4."0 fl.00 no 10 00 12 no I.i.no ,..m no 6 mo. fit no s.no lno lft.no m no So no 36 00 14 mnl, lin.no I Mm Id no jo m vno sa no 70 uo i ........ iun,ani. itianlaved with larea tvo. charted aoeordlna to the .p-ir occupied. Admlnltrtor'a Notice. Pivorc Notice, Ttoad No. tlree. Attachment Notice., and all other transient nd aertlermenta muet b . ld f"f before Inaerilon. The fafor .rfrttln ml f,enl Notice, mult be paid before proof of publication U made. Arrivals and Departures of the Arrivals and Departures of the Mail...

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. — 3 November 1864

Miscellaneous. How SUOAB IS iM APE White. The way In whioh ingar U made petfcotlj wbit, it is laiJ, wan found out ia etviottt wj. A ten, thai had gone through a day mad paddle, went with tier niuddf feet into a luear-boasd. It tu observed b soma on that where vet her tracks were the anfrar wit whitened. Thii led to some experiments. There nit wm that wet clay eame to be need in refinim? auear. It is used in this o o way: Tha sugar is pat into earthen jars, shaped as you sea sugar loaves are. The largest ends are upward. The smaller end have a hole in them. Th6 jar ia filled with sugar, the clay put over the top and kept wot. The mois tare goes down through the sagir and drops from thohole in the small end of the jar. This makes the sugar perfectly white. The Re?. Dr. Breckinridge thus do scribes Mr. Lincoln : "You all remem ber Henry Clay. The greatness and grandeur of bis character wan, that he waa's fair, though favorable specimen of the 'glorious American citizen. That was the re...

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. — 10 November 1864

r'' L! ILiL noSi & Jfiinulit Journal---$cMrir i leb)s foIilits,: Ittcra(urt, ricnlture, : Patiels, tfc; ) $2 00 a Year; Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1804. NUMBER 29; U. S. 7-30 Loan. . . tXim Secretary of th Treasury gives notice that sub scriptions will In recelrod lor Coupon treasury Notes, payable three years from Aug. tilth, 1804, with esnl annual Interest at ilia rata of seren and three-tenths per cent. per annum, principal and Interaat botli to ba palii tit lawlul money. Three note will be Convertible at the option of the bolder' at maturity, Into lis per ent. gild-bearing txmda, payable not lee than Ave nor mora than twenty years from thelr eWe, ae the Government may elect. They will ha iMiiod In denominations ol i0, 1500, II,. OOO and $.1,000, and all subscriptions must ba for fifty dollar or eooie. multiple of fifty dollara. The note will be Irnn-mltteil to the owners fre of transportation charge M toon af...

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. — 10 November 1864

HILL3B0TIOUOII. OIIIO. " , .aaeVa.. ii in -Nov. 10. 1864. Thurcday, LATEST NEWS. Lincoln Re-elected! The Union Forever! The Union Forever! THE "GUNBOAT CANDIDATE" BEATEN OUT OF SIGHT! "DOWN WITH THE TRAITORS —UP WITH THE STARS!" The Last Hope of the Rebellion Crushed! "Glory to God in the Highest!" The sovereign people of tbe Amcri can Republic have spoken, and have proclaimed to the world in thuodor tones, that tbev will fitaod by the Union forevtr! Oq Tuesday last tho rotes of tho millions of frco ond intel ligent citizens of this great Nation decreed that the wicked rebclliou now eokiag to destroy its life sball.be crushed tt whatever sacrifice. Njver before have such vast and momentous interests keen staked upon' the issue of an elec tion, Bd never beforo has a more emphatic and unanimous verdict been pronounced on the fiJa of Justice, Freedom and Truth. Let us thank (he great Giver of all Oood, who has vouchsafed us this gloricu3 and peaco fnl victory. The returns thus far rece...

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. — 10 November 1864

Matters About Home. Matters About Home. "X." Ratwcrrfcara rerelvlne; their paper with an "X" III muleretanii mat me tMArkM opposite their nnmM II m for which they have pulrl ha eaplred Rates of Advertising. 10 lines of thin type, occnpylnf about ow fee tf srmee, make . square. ln 11 mm. 1 1 II I PO MK IB Oil jo no Si.no s.1 no 70 00 Ine eanare. one wl. vuT . Kaeh additional Insertion .. aj'-i All trunnion! a1vernina, lore moral lime man i months, chanted the above rates. 8 mm, 8 mni, Onawinar. I" Two nqmrM ...... "0 ThriM iiar R no Vino it column in.no l.vno U enliimn 12 no n.no yl enlnmn 1V00 gnntl I column 20 00 3ft 00 Advertisements displayed with larg. type, charged according to the prt" occupied. Administrator's Nntlcea, Plvnrca Notices, Road No ticed, Attachment Nollcon. and nil other transient ad vertisements must be raid for before Insertion. The fot fnr advertlslne: nil Leeal Notices, must be paid before proof of publication In mine. Arrivals and Departures of the Arrivals ...

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. — 10 November 1864

Farmers Department. Covering Vines for Winter. Io some notct whioh we m.idj last priog of a visit to the fruit gnrdcns of lit, Birotid of Bellair, we wrote of his ' grdtt nooets with raspberries tnd oth r email fruits, from the . protection he gives them !o winter. Lest the read ers of the Ohio Farmer ihould have for ' gotten the remarks, and as now is, the time to pat the lesson in prtotiee, we will call up the aubjnot again and nrge its importance in few brief arguments, . which appeal direotlj to the best success of the fruit-grower. The difference between the spring eondition of a well-proteoted Tine, and f one left to buffot the storms of winter, fa the lame as that of a sleek bullock from the stall contrasted with a rough- coated, raw-boned runt, which had been wintered upon browse in a bleak fence corner. The eipeose of laying down and cor- criig vinos for winter, is not so much aa unpractised people irangine, nor is tie task a difficult one, besides, it in t olres jast the o...

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. — 17 November 1864

J. L. BO ARDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor. ) ' $w&l : $mml"7$tMtl! to $fcfos, ' f optics, pcnttore, Agriculture,; Tarhels, fit. 32 CO a Tear; Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17,. 1804, NUMBER 30. Poetry. "To th. Editor of th. Hew Tor Trlban.i Ki! Th. followlne; masnlSoent tyrlo was written by Ta Buchanan Road, to lis recited b Mr. Mur doch at complimentary feetlval gln tn the latter In ClnolnnaM on Monday .venine; October 31, Inacknowl Ifinent of hi. nobis contributions for th. aid uf our sick and wounded soldiers. Iain indebted to th. poet forpurnilMlun to girt t the public ihroiiuli th. Tribune a poem which dcwrrea to rank with "Ycnns Lochln- Brniiulit th Ootid Nm BAYARD TAYLOR. BAYARD TAYLOR. "New York, November 6, 1864." SHERIDAN'S RIDE. TJp from the South t break of day, Brlaglnf to Winchester frjsh dismay, Th. affrighted air with shudder bore, Like hernld In haute to the chieftain. ttoor, Th. t.rrlbl. grumbl. and rsml...

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. — 17 November 1864

nittsBonouon onio. ; - ' ' - Thursday, - f - Nov. 17. l&Gt. . - j. Xva. . . National Thanksgiving. National Thanksgiving. By the President of the United States of America. A PROCLAMATION. ' Tl haa rleaaed Atmbrr.tr Md to prolong our National Ufa tnoliitr year, ilefending'n. with III. imti(Miri ' aeeia.1 nnfrleadly daeigne from nhreed. and vouchse- of aa wa in hit mercy snany and signal victoria, over - the anamy who la of enr awn honeehoM. It hat also ' pleased oar Heavenly Fatl.er to favor,-aawell anr ' aHtaea. ta shelr homes a our aoldlera fa thair eampa ' and anr Ml lor aw tha ana, with wnnsmil health. Jla t . baa largely augmented u frea population by emanol- natloaana by Immigration, whila He hai opened ta na '. raw erasree. of wealth, and baa arownaitltha labor of Otar working man snewry departnventrif Jnduatry wilb aoanneal reward. Moreover Ha haa baD pleased ta au ' taut and inspire oar rntnd. aad baarla with fortitude. wuraeTe,au4reeoru.tlea siifllcleiit for lha great t...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 17 November 1864

ali cr g )ib qui D om tV ... ......' 1. 1. . , i fttrneerlhere, rerelvlne; their" paper, with (l "X" .eked oppoalta Ihele iiamea, wilt underatand lhl tha tinea tor which they ) Pl eaplred. Rates of Advertising. . W 10 line. Of thin ljrp, oocapylnf, af rpae, make qnr. v 0M ta aqonrw, nne week ,.....(.. ( yiy Btouth., .hergea aa me ""- 8 fflnfl. 41 ran.. 19 mm. $10 00 1AO0 . 18 no , 80 00 fno soo 70 00 fnoo 9 on U no 1A.O0 , 1K.0O JO 00 Two eqnaraa.... Three equaree. J column i . 2 co In inn "... 00 10.00 10 . l enloma - . ..... an on MOO . 1 column .-- . . .. .... .ii.ni.iiHl wild Una trv. charged XrTZZ:! Nottcea. Boad No. Mm Attachment Noll-., ;M oW ""'' ad- . ertlar trent. "- rM ';'for: 'J:.' i a. Tha f-aaror eilverllaln, nil lt ", "" paid before aroof of publication l made. Thanksgiving Day. V Wo prosumo that religious eriee will boheUln ono of the chtirohoi, as nsal,n Thu.nd.y neir, ohd thot butd nets Hill fce genorally .impended. In town during ibe day. Sea Adferlioomcnt of t Lo...

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. — 17 November 1864

Farmer's Department. Shade and Ornamental Trees. tree-planting season is opoo as gia And we mast be permitted to orgs "upon our resJers tbe importance of seising this goldee opportunity for . keaatifylng tin homestead by sotting ent snoh trees for shade and ornament s there aiaj bo place for. , 'The first thing to be done, if not al ready done, is to look o?er your grounds and determine where a tree should stand, and immediately following this docisiou should be the digging of hole In whioh to set the tree. Go right in wilh spade and shore!, and make a pit net less than three or four feet across and eighteen inches deep, return the ods er surface soil to the bottom sod hsnl to the spot enough of good soil to fill np tho pit when the tree is planted. The boles all ready, the next thing to be done is to look out for the troes, and first negatively, do not go to the forest for them. Forest trees which have grown up in the shade and with no suitable heads, are not worth planting; they w...

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. — 24 November 1864

II , ' i I I i " J . inf-cj , j 0'.. ') ,;,, t ' . 4 fW ' .i-.tt El!'JJ!ll.L!. :. it J. L. B OAHDMAN,) Editor ani Prop rietor . ) riflurnal tMtb to ptos, - fclittcs,, literature, . gncnlturt,- Parfiets, jfc . $2 00 a Yeat; . Strictly in Advance. r I 1 ... i i . .i.i V.OLXXVIII HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY;. OHIO;;:-' THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1864. NUMBER 31; Poetry. WHAT FOLKS SAY. Tt f "AM . C. I Why. net M Mi people talk , Let them talk away; " j Whl'llo 1H la bothering . Aumt ''what folk! eay 1" L them wt what.'er Aey will T4tM It It their way; What't the nee la plaguing yoa About "what folki y T" , Talk la pleaaant nercl, 1 tfrttlthy, bjr tha ways . What' tba aaa In worrying ' About ''what folki aaJ" Batlar let tha people talk .,. ,Tlk what'eer they mtj, . Aaak ail atnpld tlioee who ear Abont-"whak Alike eay P j tCh not let the people ti lk i Let tbmn talk awar; What'e the nee In imlherlng 'i",Abimk-r,'wUatlolke aajrJ" . NOT YET. BY CAROLINE A. MASON. Not yet, along the purpling ...

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. — 24 November 1864

f Fapl., and annonDoed to us thai he i going to parola COO prisoners tod among 'that number ha Included the 48th Ohio, which wti joyfa,.newa to aa. lint the grettclt dj of rejoicing wai last Sunday, the 23d init., the day of oat exctikoga. . When the Yankee botrume it viow we ell felt animatad and a thrill of joy no through our vein. After oar R?g't. hd been transferred Troin the KobcfTo the Yan kee boatiwa Ironght forth lhe "7a" of the fteft., which ;was carried se cretly in" the back" of Capt.'Oan'sanlas' coat, daring our imprisonment- The Robs stood upon the bank, of tho Mis issippt and guteJ with angcV upon onr banner, bntjwcre. cornpe.ltidjto-coriftisi that the "Yanka" had boat tnemlonce more.;; j ' j'y ?'") We arrived hero on the 24th in'st and are comfortably situated. ClotLinp was issued to the men immodiately af ter our arrt vat hcro which many need ed Tory badly. I think at !e3t one- half the men wcro barefooted, and fully as many Without shirts, and quite number had not 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. — 24 November 1864

Matters about Home. ,'!':! 'I -JO Subscribers reealylne; their rmpart with an "a narked opposite their name, will nnrtomtund that tha time In r which they haye paid hat cjplred. ' fc.ii..!i....il '., - ' Ratcs.of AdVcrtlaing. WW 10 lines) f thle type) ocenpylog about eat (no ,, make a eqnara. - ' an ' On ens-T,n4i week, I?., Kadi additional lnanrlln " Ml tran.lenf .lvrilalnit, for a ehorter lima than t months, charged 'at the nbore rates. S m'os. ,.. 8 mot. ' , ' 1 mm. ' Oaa aar....-...".. 9 'n".' Two scptarea : .. li"" , Three euan-ee..!..... . . 1 . ,w . .. column .....10.00 , , .. . .H.HO , . . 2 column 12 " 1-0 "o eolnmn...iV...V.......1n" . : ,. i. HAW I column .0 38.00 Advertisements displayed with large ty ,. charged aceordrnrtn the tH?e oonnpled. Administrator's Notices, Divorce Notices, Itoad No Ilea", rtktimt Varices, aHd-nll other trajseleljt ad Tart Iaamatit itlf paid for Wore insertion.' Tha fees for adverll.lntt alfl.etial Nntlcj-t, malt ba paid before, proof (publicat...

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. — 24 November 1864

Farmer's Department. Agricultural Statistics for 1864. - Of TB9 -rtJLTTBAL DlPAKTMKNT fOtt SePTIM IB AV9 OCT0E. Ws BfS Indebted to Mr. Iaaae Newton, U. S. Commission n f Agrioultur, for copy of thi talaakU pamphlet, eoDtaiaing statistics f the priseipal eropt of 1864, tad much other Information of great interest end talus to the agricultural community. Wn oopy the agg.egatee of few of the nott important crops, ai we find them reported in the tablet of the Commia ioner : . ' " , 1864. 1863. 1862. Wat, both l0,KM,gl flora ft.n,ni,4iO Oat. 17,m,n4 hiUlM IM.I.VI.KK Bay, tout, 11,110,761 179,4t.rci. 4.11 9)T.0M m,(M,S75 l,7Se,WT 1SI.18S.ns9 Mn.lHR.rinA lTI,4i.4t llS,il4,M8 ll,o7,t4 These figures inelnde only the non eeedinc State, and are eiclusire of California, Oregon and West Virginia. The aggregate crops of Ohio for the past three years are stated as follows : 1864. 1863. 1862 Wheat, boH...t" 407 , lft,74a,lml Vr mi.tn?,Mi o7.4:w,8o Oat H,4i,Ktt U,024,IWS Potato. 4,r.ir.,Hsi 4,ni,n" ...

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