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

1. L. DOARDMANJ Editor and Proprietor. ) i Jfamilw , Jouraal giciDlcJr to Ucfos, $)fllitfo, ftteniiure, gritnltaw, Ufarluis, c. 132 00 a Year; Strictly in Advance. -KtiT- V VOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND,. COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER L ' 1864 NUMBER 32.. Poetry. AT THE CHURCH GATE. BY W. H. THACKERAY. ' Although I enter not, Yet round ebont tha tpot Sometlmea t hover. And at theeaenMTgata . , With lonjtlnK ee t welt, r Expectant ut her. The minuter Will tail ent Ahoee the ell j'e rout. And nnlra anil hnmmlne;! They're ft'ipped the chiming bell, I hsHT- tbe organ'! aweM-r- Sbe'a eonilug ehe'i coming! Uf Mr Mam ut leat. Tleld nd it .pain flirt, And haetenlnf, thither, With eandeet eree downaut, She'eaiiqie ibe'a here ahe'e peat, Mmf H.-erMi go lth herl , Xneet nnfMiirbe1, fair eatnt, Font tint your pratee at plaint, ' Meekly and doty, 4 will ao ate there ' ' Te tally four fare prayer ;' With thoughle aaruly. Bat taSer mt to peee KmwI the furbiddra place. Lingering a mlnnte, ...

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 December 1864

g""! .-J. "I 1- niLr.sBonouan.onio. Thursday, - Dec. 1, 1864. . LATEST NEWS. The newi from Tennessee is inter esting. Hood's army oo hat Thursday night took possession of Pulaali, whiob our troops evacuateif the niht before, removing all Government stores. The next day the rebels advanosd in force, oar troops falling buck to Columbia, 40 milce south of Nashville. Gen. Cox reinforced the garrison at Colombia on Tbnrsdaj morning, and daring Than. day and Friday there was sharp skirm iebing with the enemy. On Saturday morning the rcbela made a vigorous at taek on oar lines, bat were repalsad with some loss. Hood's main army was believed to be making either for Nash ville, or for East Tennessee, to form a junction with Breckinridge. Ourtroops re under command of the veteran Gen Thomas, and no fears are felt at Nash ville as to his ability to take care of Hood's army, whatever direction it may take. It is believed that Early has evacu ated the Shenandoah valley and gone to oppose Sherman...

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 December 1864

Matters about Home. ..e.l.lf,. th.l. , Mlwn With, ftll "X W.srkad ijupnalfa their nun, will andcmtead tha time fciT which tbey hav paid bee eapirefl. . Rateq of Advertising:.- ' "'V 10 tlnei' of tl" 'P. occnpylnf about ' .87S t AMi ! uti. ..t.rtutnar. lorft inorwr umt man mouths, charged at tne above retee, On eo,nare , Tswr eqnnree.... Thro ennaree. hi eolnmn Xc onloma yi enlnmn 1 column Advertlsemnnte S mm. ..t." . a.M ..too ..10 00 ..1800 ..15.00 ,.O.U0 displayed S mna. itlftO S.no 12 c0 1500 lft.K , 20 00 S4 00 It mm, lio.oo ' 1510 ' is no . in no S5.no 85 00 TOW) with Urg type, charted Administrators Nntlone, Divorce Notices, Boad No tlces, Attachment NViIIom, nn4 all other, transient ad- .. . i , tnr h-for. Ineertinn. vernseni.iiw i ' - - - - - . . The fee for advertlaln nil Leal Nntlcee, molt Da Mid befere proof of publication It made, t r OBITUARY NOTICES. " - fcremaha after this date, Sept. '. ll Obltn- .,. trnileaa. nuhllahad In the Niws, (ecept thoee oi eHwdtoiiiin,)wiiii...

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 December 1864

Farmer's Department. Fall Work around Home. t;l. ;Thi Iloosf. tn northern latl fade, dwelling doducs pnoold bo banked UK a artn about the baacment walla to protect tba cellar from frost ami to keep at cold wind from andor the floors of ll the rooms; and in all Utitudca there boild be a rained collar of earth abont tba walla, especially in winter, to tnrn H anrfaoa water, and prevent it from Settling about the foundations where it might freco and daman the wall,-or damage tho wall by its dampness evsn where it wonld not freene. If the doors and windows do not 611 their places tiehtly, taolc ib strips of list or felt or woolen cloth, so tho wind will not sin? its spiteful jubileo in yonr ears'and Cause, the burning of an extra amount of fact to keep the room oomforlaUe. Ventilation 'is a good thinjr, but we do Dot believe ia allowing ihe winlj to play hide-end sock through a house, just as they like. Of oonrae the broken panes have bean mended before this time, so that old hats and ot...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 8 December 1864

J. L. B OAHDMAN,) Editor ani Proprietor. ) Januli $ttrral"-gfjDieir to ptos, politics, fiteratiirc, Agriculture, gftadids, fit. $2 00 a Year; Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1864. NUMBER 33. Poetry. DIRGE FOR A SOLDIER! BY GEORGE M. SORER. VIom til. y, hi. work l done t Wbil to him I. friend or foamaa, KIm of noon, or et of ann, Hand of man or kin of women t Lay him low, ley him low, -In Hi clover or th. anw I ' What eon he cannot. koow , Ley tilm Uw I A. man may h. fooght hi. light, . Proved hi. troth by hi. endeavor; Let him .leep la anient o nlbt, leap forever and forever! Lay him low, lay him low, In th. clover or th. .how I What car, ho? h cannot know Ley him low I Fold him In hi. eonntry'. .tare, Roll tli drum and Or the volley I What to him ar all onr war.. What but death briaocklnf folly t Lay him low, lay him low. In the clorer or tli. mow I What aare. bat h canuot knew j Lay htm low! Lea him to Oid'l watching y, ...

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. — 8 December 1864

ni&LSJJonouan onio. Thursilayr Deo. 8, 18G4. I - : - t - LATEST NEWS. Nothing of Importance from Getr. Grant's army. No nowa yet from Gen. Sherman, ex cept through rebel soorocs. Congress met on Monday, a quorum present in both houses. The Presi dents Message was sent in on Tuesday, nd appears in yesterday's Cincinnati papers. It is a brief, baainess-liko doo nmont. Hon. S. I Chase was on Tuesday nominated and unanimously confirmed Chief Justice of tho U. S. Supreme tourt. i Great Battle at Franklin, Tenn., Hood Defeated, with a Loss of 6,000 Hood Defeated, with a Loss of 6,000--Union Loss about 2,000. Our forocs evacuated Columbia, on Monday of last week, after the repulse of the rebels at that point, noticed in our last issue, and fell back to Franklin. Ilood crossed Dack river and pressed on in pursuit, and on Wednesday at Ucked our lines in force, resulting in bis complete and -disastrous defeat, after nine hours of severe fihtin, some of which is said to have been as obstin...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 8 December 1864

Matters about Home. Matters about Home. "X." Unfi.rrlbaril reretTlne; their papera ,h ."t"?h" burked oppnalte their namea, will understand that " time lor which thoy have paid naa eaplred. :.. Rates of Advertising. - 10 line, of thle TP. occupying bout om fee. kic, make apiare. -0 lna aquare, ini week H7,, 1 months, charged at lh. eoore ra.e.. I) iter enroll.. Twn equaree. ...... Thro eipiaree.... Xi column. i . v2 column 2 column 1 column.... S mwi. ....I4."0 .... " .... Son ....in"" ....12 IH) ....1V"0 ...211 (10 S moil. In () (l no 12 no 1. '..no 1s.no 80 no 85 00 11 mn. f 111 00 1R.no 18 no 2d no SMH) a, no 70 00 i cummi - - . j. .i Ki.nixxl with Ursa type, charged (Hvrrn-niir..,. - " - .wenrillngtn theapirre nrrnpleil. A Imlnlatralnr'e Notices. IHeorea Notices, Road Nr. tlcM. Attiw-hmentNirtlewi.andall other tranilent ad- vr.rilxrmr.ntii mn.t ho paid f"' "" V,':!,"'"";.,,.. he The -aa fur advertising nil 1.1 Notices, must br paid before lironf of pulillcatlon In made. 'Correcti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 8 December 1864

Farmer's Department. Sorghum Growing in Illinois. A convention of Sorghum grower waa held at Roe Jt ford, III., daring the Hit week in October. Among the pro ceedinga we note the following : After fall d'lBOussion opoo the nb ject of teed, end the qualities of differ ent verietiee, it wee Iteiohtd, That this ConTention re commend the planting ofbolh early and late varietien of oane, to longthen the aaaaona of tnannfaetare ; alio the care ful and eyBtomitio eiporimenting with difloront Yarietit. of the African canes -but for general and extensive oaltt ration, we recommend the pure Chinese Sorghum. A' fall end elaborate eomftnn.cation ae presented from L. P. Iladlcy, of La Salle, as to the respective characteristics and merits of various sorts . tested bj him. lie estimates the expense of raising an acre of sorghum the past sea on as below : - rlowlnr and 'jarrowlnr on k. and markinr itmp S3 no rianting tho Rome hy hand, (cnretnlly a. mine was) 8 00 First hnvlnir betore Dle-wir. (in ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 15 December 1864

X s S M 1 19 S.H . II 9 J. L. DOARDMAN.) Editor ani Proprietor. ) Jptmtlir $mtnt;tI---ipc()Dfri ia $Jclus, )oliitcs, literature, grintlture, $;ir.icfs, &t. ) strlu aL. VOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 15. 1801 NUMBER 31. Poetry. MY OLD WIFE. Oh, do not raj her bunny face l Altered hy the lonch of Tims ; Nor My her form hm tout the (rrnre The BifttctttoM grnre Hint marked iti prime. To me ihe'i fairer, lovelier now, Thiin crowned with Itlnmn of curly dry ! Tor ctmiinf ful yenr have only made , More wlimonie nil her look Mini way. HjUt tn her voire 1 Wan e 'r a lone Bo full of tender love end truth? Match me it mnic If you am With all the ftlrcflnme aim of youth I And then her rye h r (Tenth) eye; What though It Ihii1i1i.r tiht ha fled, tf In It culm I -fuc uVptMI see A ht-aren of pence and Joy Intend? Ho mtnny IWke jro, they am changed; Yet utitl I Uuw to llme'e behett. For though the ronu him ntt len the tfold, I love, t love tho nuVer bent. W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 15 December 1864

fuanj oilier. T eommeni it to the eon tinned attention and fostering care of To ogress; THE WAR. The wir continues. Since the last annual message, all the important lioea an3 positions then occupied by oar force! bato Icen maintained, and our rmiea have ateadilj adancei, thus lib erating tbe regions lfi in tbd rear ; so (bat Missouri, Kentucky, Tennets 'e, and parts of other States, have again produced reasonably fair crops. Tbe most remarkable feature In tbe Military operations of thj year U Gen Sbcrtnan'a attempted march of 300 miles directly through the insurgent region It gore to show a great increase of our relative ttrongth, that our G'eneral-in thief abould foeF ablr to confront and hold in check every active force of the enemy, and yet to detach a well ap pointed large army to more on such an expedition. The result not yet being known, conjecture in regarJ to it is not here indulged. Important movements have also occurred during tho year to the effect of moulding society for...

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 December 1864

Matters about Home. Matters about Home. "X." aeTlhre reeelTln. their paper with an .B.rked npposlta "If names, "In understand that llfor which they liara paid has aiplred. Rates of Advertising. BaBT 10 lln InU tjft occnpjrlng afoot im fac tfttet, make a,nara. -Oh snnara, on week, vtiy I months, ehnrgw Ow a,nar . Two enueres.... Threw winaree., i rolnmn , i cnlnmo t column.. I rolamn... 8 mm. ....t4.H0 .... fl.no .... ooo ....m.no ....12 00 ...m.oo ...JO oo 6 mna. $11(10 on n no is.no 1K.no so no .19 00 li mm. Iin.no lK.no 11 no to. no 9.1.00 35 no 70(10 AdTertlement displayed Willi UrfS typa, hared wworillnc In tne farm nran"... AdmlnMrator'a Nntlcee, llieorM. Notlcee, Hod No. lie... Attachment Nolle, and nil other lranel.i.t ad .rtlsements mn.ll fold for benire Insertion. Th. feat for ndrrrtlelnt: nil Leral Notice, mint be paid iHr proof of pnhllcwtlon It made. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Ml Xoiroa: Flans. nn-i...c. Ihl WASniNOTOH O00i rwlllUendlJi.U for instlm of th. lace af Llliertt Tp...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 15 December 1864

Farmer's Department The Report Commissioner of Agriculture. i'io:iUure, Paled December 1, containi Fomo in crcs(l ng fnct. 1 lc wheat crop, of (his year, h 13,703,213 tu.-ht.ls less iban last year. Its quality, however, is gen erally superior. Although the crop is less, yet greater nluiiilanco of porn and buckwheat will ItnJ to lessen homo tonstimption, so that llio export Joimnd can ho met. Tho ryn crop i D(!,S07 bushels 1(89 llian lit y-nr. Tho bar ley crop U less hy 7."l.,fc27 buslu!, hut is too small a rcduetion for fuitlier no tioo. The lony; onJ sevcro drouth of last summer occasioned great anxiety lor the corn crop, while tho rains in August came too lato in some localities to mateiially bcncCt if, find in others some cf the G. Ms were toj fur injured to recover; yc', generally, showers were in ti 1110 to berufit the crip very mush; compared wiili lut year, the crop of 18(!4 is 7G',G13 -Hi btiithds greater, and B5,C-14,P02 bushels liss than the crop of lSliJ Hut it is certain...

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. — 22 December 1864

J. L. BOARDMAN,) Editor ani Proprietor. ) ' 92 00 a Year; Strictly in Advance. .Xxviii. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22 1801: NUMBER 35r vol Poetry. LIFE IS BUT A SPAN. Life I but k .pan of horeee; ' ' ' j ' One le"Age," theother "Prime." ' t'pand down the hill oareutirae la; . "Go In" poiici "Make your time." Boyhood pile, the whip of pleneure; . Toutliful fully glae. a trok; Manhood-giaul.tham kljhlit Maura , , . "Let '.in rip Uiey're lough M Onk." 'HI yl there;" th.tnke we'll pocket, To the wind, let care be .enf; TlmeS 40 "whip In ocket(" . I f , r-."Otr'met ring mi lot m went." - ! v j. , , . On. the ninny road loHny, . "Prime" ledrowned In Ie t ho', atreamj "Are" la left, ol.l, antlirlfly; , Iflfe thog proaee "aoue-horee team." "Age" Joga on, growa quite nnateady, rtrel. antl alarkena in hi. pare, - "Klcknthe burkal," alwa.M reedy, . , "0 Ire It up" Drnth wlui the race. THE CHEATING MILLER. .. Toll! tolll for the miller', eonll The duity miller hath ...

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 December 1864

niLLSBOROUOIT. OHIO. Thursday Dec. 22, 1864. 'i 1 LATEST NEWS. Fhe truly cheering and glorious new from, pur armies in Tcqncssce and Geor gia, of which wejjive. details iu another plsee, is cause, for devout tha ok. fulness to the. Civer of ullgioil, who has roach afed tbeso ai"rn al victories to tha noble defenders of tho Union. Hood's array has teen almost completely broken up, and Gn. Sherman has safely arrived on the coast, and by this time probably oc cupies Savannah, wtich his dispatches say bo regarded as already won. Wc have nothing later from bint, direct, but Richmond papsrs 'of Saturday report that Savannch hnd. refused to surrender and that, severe Grilling was going on on. tha lGth. . Tho president las called for 390,000 mora men.. If not roi?cJ by volunteer 'ai. 15th of February, a draft will ttcn talco plnco for the deficiency. A battle occurred in East Tennessee a day or two since, in which General Gillanl was ' vklotious, rccopfuting all bis lost guns.' NASHVILLE, D...

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 December 1864

Matters about Home. Special Notice. On and sfier Jsnosry lsr, 18G5, trie sobseriptioo.priee of.this. rP01wi' br $2J)ff pT. ,nim,: payable rietly Sri ad- fanoei The erest snd oontinoed ri' in thpi.oel tf ppV protiB.oM,. snd nil tba necessities of life, renders this sdrsnce unsvoidsble. -' Wa will, however, continue to receive subscriptions at 82.00 until the first ot January. . . [For the News. Ladies' Festival at Lynchburg. 'MR. BoARCMAMi-i-Tha ' radiea of Lybclortf Soldiers" 'Aid Society will giVe a Grand festival 'in Lynchburpr, on Mondat Evbnino, the 2(5ih mat. The' public, are cordially invited to at tend. By Ordifr 'of thfl Sitciety, H. A. CADWALLADER, Sec'y. H. A. CADWALLADER, Sec'y. Lynchburg, Dec. 19, 1864. Fair and Festival by the Little Girls' A. S. The Little Girl's Soldier's Aid Socie. tv, f ItiHsboro,. will hold a Fir , and Ffstivsl, at the Court House, on Friday ti(rht, 23 1 December. Doori open at 6$ P. M. Tickets 10 cents. ' " " ' A The patronage 6f a generous . publ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 22 December 1864

Farmer's Department. Care of Stock in Winter. BY C. N. BEMENT. Prom Deember until April, la onr northern climate, the greal bosliiesa 6 iha farmer eonsista in the esra ef domeatio . aoimaTn. Ota ef the great aoarrea of ton to the farmer ia the wretched eoitdiiioa in nhkh his ani- nalaar. freqoenUj eH, thrir wool, their milk, and rtU arjiitt j ta .soar be ig laV great taeaftvre determined Ij their mode Of keeping during the win ter.. Wlthont abelter, without water, without food, or at best an irregular nd partial enpplj, it mast be effected that disease will inrade his flooks and herds end occasion losses that months of hard tabor will be requred to coun terbalance. If there ia eae truth respecting ani mala .more deserving remeiubrance than another, it is that the animal, entering the winter months in high condition ia already, half wintered; that i, tho care ad food required to bring them out Well and hearty in the spring, will no be one-half as much as will be required DJ tbe one t...

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 December 1864

Jfmiulir journal gcfaitlr ia $tcks, Joliib, fitcnttttrc, .jricnltott, IParhtts, fa. $2 00 a Year;. ) Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 29. 1864. NUMBER 36. J. L. BOARD MAN,) ' Editor and Proprietor, ) Poetry. GOD KNOWETH WHAT IS BEST. BY ANNIE E. HOWE. tha Sowera I plucki-d In yonth'a fair tnorn , Within mjr path now faded lit) t The) rrtfithoiMi nf the futura born ' About mjr f.-rl now droop ami die; . . .And aary Joy li coM ami di-arf, - ,' yXnd o'er itlf bowed, nrli-r-'trlcken hmd H.'lp ma, Heat Owl, lo patient bi , .Taea knowed what li bent fur me. Uod knowoth what la bait. Within my eky there lliluo no blue Nn allrer itnr In which In triiet; And Irlenda t once ilnrmfil fond and trie Hare hid tlnlr farca in the ilciat. No hand to f U-p, n erlre to cheer jIIm) I walk my pathway drear Mo garland trkliit lifc'a fatr tree; Bill mar t In esr.h aad chance ee a Ood knoweth what la bt for met Oud knnweth what It beat. It mar be tha...

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 December 1864

niLLSBonouoii, oiiio. - Dec. 29. 18G4- Thursday r t IV . . LATEST NEWS. ' The good newt ooutioacs to come ir. from oar traiiet io all quarters. Saranmh surrendered to Gen. Sher man on tlie 21f; Ocd. Hardee rutin" eradiated the city with most of his fur ccp, during tha niht previous. lie es caped across the Savannah river, at t point which our troops coulJ not com pTctely guard. Beforo having, the reb els destroyed the navy yard, and sanli two iron-clad rams, and burned or threw into tho river all the Government store which they could not carry off. They, however, left four small steamer", one gunboat, a lirje quantity of guns anJ munitions of war, and most important Of all, .12,1) 09 of co'lon, all ol which fell into our hand, uninjured The coltnn alone is worih from thirty forty million of ilollirt. We n!$o cap tured about 8,090 prisoners and 150 cannon. Official information from Nashvilb states that Hood's looses, from the 13;h to the 23d of this month, aro as follows: Killed, 2,0...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 29 December 1864

Matters about Home. ; Special 'Notice. On and after January 18C5, the " suWiption prico of thia peprwill he $2 50 per innum, payable atrktly in ad anoet The great and continued rise . tVthti nrioes of papor, provision, and nil the oecessarica of life, ronJcrs thi . drnnoe unavoidable We will, however, continoo to receive Bolgctiptions at $2,00 until the first ol January. m TO OUR READERS. Oor renders will better understand tW absoluto necessity of the amaH ad vaoee in oor nubscription price, tbove nTiouncedi when we atato that durinp the last year ihe price of printing paper tiaa risen from fifteen cents pound to twenty -i'x cents a pound, with prospects of a still further advance unless Con grese should repeal the duty on foreign paper, for which efforts sre now bMnp made, with some probability of succpsr. Every sh-et we now ieue costs m over Two cents for the white paper alone, nd when tho cost of printing is added, each sheet oosts us about three CENTS. At 82 BO a year we shall 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. — 29 December 1864

Farmer's Department. Shelter for Stock. " A correopfiodont of the Germatitowo I TtTigftpti tbns orROs tlic ,iri port anno of ttheltcr for stock durinjr coM other : i lAll animals (man included) have, io a .itata ol health, a natural temperature h.tti the body ; in man this tcmperaturo .it .bout-aM dog. T.ii heat ininin !, nearly Ilia nmc, no matter what nm? ..he the temperature of the air which aur ; .rootidj the animal. If thermometer te placed on the tongno of a healthy .nimal, it will, io any climate, indicate bot 98 d.'g-. Captain l'arry endured ' temperature of 50 do, helow r.ro, yet ! the temperature of his body was not ' ehanfjed. Chantry often entered a room Leat'od to 330 dep. Chauber', the fir 'king, ia anid to have entered an oven . Icated to COO de?., and Sir Charle Blagdeo entered a room where the mer ; enry stood at 2(10 tUg., and in r.eithir ;caso. was the temperature of the body altered moro than one degree. V When the temperature of the uir ii . tolow 03 de., the fo...

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