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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 7 January 1858

( ( - - r'. V 1 . 1 ' i-in i ' 1 s -- NX .J J. Ii. BOARDLIAIT, Editor and Proprietor. vol. xxr. ianriljj gownal gctoitir ia Xfclus, politics, gitaatart, gflrintlfurc, HaiI:tl5, fa. (Ono Dcllnr a "Zcai; I Clriclly in .Advance. NUMBER 36.- IIILLSBOROUGII, HIGHLAND iCOJNTT, OHIO, TIIU11SDAY, JANUARY 7, 1853. i Mi V III. Poetry. SONG. BY SIR WALTER SCOTT. Th following celehrnted song wns written by Sir Waller Scott, anil occurs In his poem of "itiirmion.'' It Id culled "WHERE SHALL THE LOVER REST?" Where shrill the lover rent, Whom the fiitps i"vor From liin trim maiden's brensl, railed forever? Wlierti through proven deep ni)I liigli, Founds the f;ir liillnw, AVIiere curly violets die, Under tl.o willow. Tlier9 through tlio rurnmor day, Cool hI renins nro hiving; There while the teincHln mvny, fenrre are honhs wavlnc Thero thy rest sliult thou tako, Tatted forever. Never tiguin to wake Never, 0 never! Where shnll the tmltor rent, lie, the deceiver, Who could win maiden's breast, t T! u...

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. — 7 January 1858

! i n 1 ,v J t. v i ' -i 1 ; 1 1 ; , . ! ::: f '.V. -i row Fill, ; V. I I I f ice; iv 0 R:i'll'it aid t!iO (.-t of Hill f. ' o lia I 1 ' r n t'm oi l nun' wife. Tliero f -nm-ilil r " Tory tmr1iing in the jponmry. Ywn it n wonder lis fyei tv ro of., n i i v ( . . 1 upon tlio lovely vision, wlien lio Pit tlirrc alone? (V, v V into r - TV i S r.er.-i Ida f irm. H ti'ii. t li.ii,, t srd or pom c I li i n ; upon liis in tli o ox- rr-?;iiin of Ins faon, wliicli m-mcil to rny, he WI prown idd LcTm-u liii tunc. ow loautiful i ti'i' I'arly joy mav Inve f.id.'d, Mossmns of love withe-red, nl yoiini; lioj.es died iiauizli t left nave tl eir loenmrics; nnd yet there ia a lingerin;' fr.vrranco still. Tho om great hir, mightier than any earthly joy, pointH itn polden Gnger up the nnrrow, fihininc; pathway, upon whoe tumiuit the nge t Christian M-indi, wish white hair gleaming, dimmed eyes brightening, and faltering footsteps, that will soon step down into the dark river, Jo pass over to the d;i?....

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. — 7 January 1858

Matters about Home. Hotico to Hail Subscribers. JC y Mn il miliscril't rt vill yleiitr r, wt n Icr that ee invnrinoli sfnp the j,nyi r at tlitt expiration of the time juil Jr. Altonta month before hi tin" ifli "c tend tttch nihuriber a bill fr the ntni injyrrtr. Thin vill girt time to renew thf 'itilKrij'tinn and ensure, the regular tOnliniuinrr. of the "" r. Mann iimil be. '"' '',' until nt our n'sr and rercij't vill be returned in the tiprr , Notice to Town Subscribers. rnibacnl'ora who rcccivo their pnpers id town, whether delivered by tho ( iir rier or taken from our oflice or the poKt-ofTup, will pleapo remember that our terms nrc ns follows: If jniid in advance, per annum, AV it h i 11 nix months, At the, end of tlio year, 1 1 oo 25 50 "Strike" on the M. & C. R. R. The M. & C. railroad (teems to ho in serious trouble again with its employ ees. Sineo tho let day of January, we lenrn that no trains havo been running on tho Chillicotho and Marietta branch of tho road, in ...

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. — 7 January 1858

V i J. U - -.f c-, E. s - t t il O O !e- t"!i:i:i:t,t,as and c.nrKT-i'..vr,rf, V AT K It 1'IK K.) F CO UK -SO L ES, IC, o., Sir,. AI.f.a fi'm stork of I.ndins' nnd Chil dren's SlnU'S, of every variety. I Irivitn the pnhlic pononilly to give m a call, b I nin selling pi almost ct si for CASH. I TCall and examine for yourselves. One door n-i'sl of Kibler's (.'timer, opposite the Ello'tilt 11 mi so. ,..o:tf II. If. JOHNSON. LOOK OUT! l.TOM this nnf.l 'pilp FIRST DAY .1 (K J AM'AK V NF.XT, I will ilevote ex- r liiiivo tl"iil ion to iltnwine t it nil scroiinta foniiH on my Ledi'er, liriim nitory to ett meiit.Bnd ll Account r ml Notes Unit reniuin iinrni.l on llin first iliy cf January, will l'U.-'t- Tl I I. Y bf left Willi the proper oll'icers for rollertion. We nmke no liislinction liijh r low, rieli or poor evry cluim mt pnid in 1 in ! r. lint ailvmitngn In it Hint a irrnn In rich, or nhon.hintly i.Ule to pny, if lie don't pnyT no Imvo l:uliiliticii to discharge, and they mnM he met. r...

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. — 14 January 1858

( ' : i r A r A ? ; A fA A V I 1 ' " ( a 'V J. I. BOARDMANJ Editor and Troprictor. j & iamiln Iournal--gcl)olA jo pos, olilics, pcrafitfc, bucvi, Qhxkte, jOno Dcll.ir n Yc::r; Ctriclly in Advance. ' NUMBER 87. JVC VOJ. XXL HILLSBOROUGH, IIIGHLANI) COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, .IAXUARV 1!. 18-71 The Home Circle. From the Home Journal. "DELIVER US FROM EVIL." BY GEORGE F. MORRIS. "Deliver ns from evil," fcnvenly Father! It atill beselt tin whercsoe'er we go! Kid the bright rays of rcvelnlion gather To light tha darkness In our way of wot! Remove tli Kin that stains our Bonis forever! Our doubts dispel our confidence restore! Writs tliy forgiveness on our hearts, and never Let ns In vain petition fur it more. Release u s from the sorrows thnt attend us! Our net ves are lorn at evory voin we blend ! Almighty Parent! with thy strength befriend us! rise we are helpless In our time of need! Sustain us, Lord, willi thy pure Holy Spirit New vljrnr give to Nature's fullering frame; Anri,nt lif...

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. — 14 January 1858

f THE CURRENCY AND FINANCIAL REVELATIONS. t 1 I t 1 tho 1 i ' i of -:r t ;.!(, nlty, X I .' durit;$ the rcrit rr n -tury, hnve similar revulsions occurred, nil both were nccompnicl by thei"mn min of calamities and dNiitcr. The interval from one of theso revulsions to rr i, bii? Itvi'-n t un rnnk.-.l by pcn of twenty yo,ir, Tli causes of fmh, ihniiji very tli lie rent in form msy be reduced! t'J the e.imn general expres sion, namely: (be reckless contracting of d . 1 " beyond means of payment. The Jfirit of ("peculation; Oliver desires fur fcsl and s'idjen pains; tbo spirit of os tentation and luxury, seek prat ific.it ion through debt. As there in vno limit to tbrsn passions of tbo heart, so there is no limit to debts contracted for their gratification, except notorious insolvon' ey, which makes credit impossible. Al ways moKt active when prices ore rising, circulation incrensinjr, and credit ex panding, these desires unchecked, nev er tail, under such circumstances, to reach their ...

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. — 14 January 1858

Matters about Home. Ifotico to TTnll Subscribers. Mail iiherihem v ill phne rnnem her llml we invariahh tnp the paper nl the expiration if the lime, paid for. Ahaut a month hi fore, hit time, e.rpire ve tend each mhnriher a hill for the, tutu, inryear. Thin will 'jiee. time to renew the mihrerijitioii. mid ennure the regular continuance if the paper. Jlfoney mni he, n ut. hi fnail at our rink ami receipt will he. returned in the. paper Matters about Home. The Troubles on the Railroad- Trains Again Running. Tlio difficulties on tho M. k V. llailrond, notioeil in our last issue, con tinued unsettled up to IHondny even ing. No regular trains were run on the Cliillicotlio branch of tho rorttl during lant week, nil tlio locomotive, atiout 50 in nninher, being loolcd up ftt that I'lncc, in possepBion of tlie engineers and others engaged in tho ptrike,, by whom they were strictly guarded, night and day. Various attempts to compromise were mado by tho officers of the compa ny, uut all prove...

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. — 14 January 1858

Farmer's Department. Farmer's Department. LETTER FROM "UNOLE MEN." Farmer's Department. LETTER FROM "UNOLE MEN." New Your's Greeting-High and Farmer's Department. LETTER FROM "UNOLE MEN." New Your's Greeting-High and Low Prices-How to Procure Seed Corn. Corn. PENN Tp., January 1, 1868. 1'HU'V!) I New Ynr! h',:r," an I to er j y s inr;i v. 1 1 It Let every -All 1 to n . . 1 7 TO H, V"' t!,0 'Klila oiif'i," continue foil sl-ntc, of tli o many Llcse vil.irli '0 arc furrounloJl iio.v of a fiinily in tbo conn on tho "Almigb'y I'olLir," tliat lr, lit "better half," ami h little one", nny Lave food for tbo mind also," inidnt tlio aliundanee of bodily pu -tc-nnnoo with wliich we arc blossod. I brj'O, n'so, tlmt p 11 jour old con t.ibutors to tbo "Fanners' Department," will lo more frequent in tbeir commu nications, n 1 tbat u bo."t of new ones will como out tbo present year, so tbat tbo News will bo even moro interesting than it has been. The past year may truly be eaid to havo been as even...

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. — 21 January 1858

1 ' 1 A i v r V W ! I Mi y V rn i ; i (.-) J. I. BOAITDLIAN, Editor and Proprietor. Jfantilg journal cbofcV la $Jcfos, .jolilics, ipfcnifure, $guculfure, Iai1ufs, c. (Ono Dcllar a Vcnr; I Ctrictly in Advance. VOL. XXT. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1858.. - NUMBER 88. r -1 11 MM h'li The Home Circle. Penie, the Soft Impeachment. Ono of our nativo poets, tickled nt n little circumstance tlint happened in his family, in !f sentimental lit rushed into print with it, nnd attempted to father it upon tho carelessness of St. Fetor; but that old custodian, it will ho seen, denies the soft impeachment. Tho two "jims" ore passing; among tho current litera ture of tho day: MY CHILD'S ORIGIN. BY DAVID BARKER. One night as old St. Peinr slept, lie left the door of Heaven "jar, ' Whan through a little ane-el crept, And Came down witli a fulling star. Otis summer ss the blessed lienms Of morn approached, my blushing bride Awskehed from some pleimlnj dreams, And found t...

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. — 21 January 1858

it I '- , i I. I ' II' i.lllT'l tV n t i n. ,14 ) ll l-ut. J n r n y r ' i : v i . i f ' i I 1 ,,.,r - , I t ro 1:1 r V ' i f ivr.l : (: .V. T 1 . i - clinr '! That tins I It l'ir ,-.-! 1 1 1 I , l to "'ii ion fr b 1' ! s - 1 1 ' 'TC.'lf m' of TvOOplc 1 j . i . f f-rfrusfril t i j ri : try ini porta nee. feel nml understand its trio e'lmrfi'-t'T, is njpnrrnt from the furt tli.it of Vii.l :', 101 il'l, collo.'tod in 1 K ."i 7 , ami diliitred for M.itf! purposed, ?,'i:,7M 40 ! -V.t-l ( tho sup fort of Com ni on t.;rli,"ilH. A nil no wi ser K p 1 "ir ii t in ii of t li o I'lil'lie funds could l mi, In. Tlie youth of the Stato nrc tlio future State" mi t: STATE INSTITUTION PROPOSED TO QUALIFY TEACHERS. The f-'lito will heuhaf-, under pros tint training, they become. IS'o body of men (In ft preater Tvork, or deserve. Muher favor, thin the teachers of the school. Their vilies mid Riipr cr!tions Merit your tnot serious ntlention nnd favorable consideration. Anion thrm no one appears to be ...

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. — 21 January 1858

Matters about home. Tlir. HIGHLAND Yrr-XLYNEWS IX I'l IIT.IsilKf) FV'FUV T II U It R D A Y HOIIHINO, o Tin roi.i nwiNn Tumi Hall Subscribe rs. One Hollar a Vcar, ItfVAltlATIf.Y IX AlVAirH. u"TNo pnnr sont lnitrnr limn Hi" lima paiil fr. Twp Bunsritisrus, In ailvancn, $l.fi witliln six mnntlm, l.'i.l nt nut of thn yrnr, I. SO Any ana saillnir ns Ten now mi lifter iliorn with ilia minify, will lis entitlnil to mi extra cany, pratls. B y.-ndirr r(t!otis rcrrlvod for si or lliri-e month", at proportional rale". UTMnney may ho unlit liy mnll at our fUlt, lid frpijiln will he rotnrneri In t Im pnjir. Addrass, J. I,. POA HUMAN, riililiohor, Ilillsboro, Ohio. Notico to Hail Subscribers. t'uj Mail subscriber will pirate reme.n her that we invarutbhi tton he paver lit tho t.rpifation of the time, paid for.- About a month In "lore li ik time r.rinro vr tend each mthscriher l hill for the. rn.iu tnrjyrrir, J lit will give, time, to renew the tmhxeriptian and, rnfure the rrijular continuance of ...

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. — 21 January 1858

For the News. For the News. Supplementary to "Uncle Ben's" For the News. Supplementary to "Uncle Ben's" Article on Saving Manure, &c. i v : T rfvi'nMy oli- r "rvc I n 'i or in.) 1 i n o !,. I'Vr-va " i-.n I'iO BnVjoct rf r-ro-lucin nn.l Fiivincr r!nwrp, n 'i t iling cnro of ('.il'V, con tiinin enRiMn rcninikj ntnl almoni tion, iriiIioritiTi;j (lint the writer win k -r:i ti.'i! Farmer, prwe'scil of a gnoil, veil wanned Farm, a laro and comnio'lious liarn; anil y nettinl exfo rieneo Imrl fally testoil tlio economy nnd prof (.iMenoss of llio plan reeotiimeriil il. I To shows also, by liis cicjuni nt anoo with tliat. vnl'.inlilo iui'1 interesting liricnr-o, Agricultural Chemistry, that lie in well caleu'atcJ to impart much use ful infonnnliori to the agricultural com munity. I noticed, that ho con cluded tho article referred to, by an ap peal to tho former contributors to your "Farmer's Department," desiring some of them to come out ac;iiii, tliftt lie might not liecoino discouraged...

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. — 28 January 1858

r - G, C y. J. L. BOAItDMAN, Editor and Proprietor. & ianulir gonrnal cbotclr to pus, Mies, fifcniluif, gnaillnrc, laflicis, t. fVJMT VOL XXT. II. LLSBOltOUGII, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, TIlUllSDAY, JANUARY 28; 1858. NUMBER 39. 1 ;lVr i it. American (cnlral Railroad I.iiic! PIAlCir.TTA A l ATI It. It. W IN 'IT, It A R It A N C K M F. N T. ON and nTtcr MONDAY", November !), 18,r)7, Trains will run as follows: Leave IIILLHUOKO, al7i:H A. M.,nnd 3: 30 P.M. Leavo Illnnchcstor 9:00 A. M. Siltll P. M. All trains from Hillsboro make close con nections nt Manchester nnd Lovcland for Co- luinhus, nnd at ttlunchestor for Greenfield and Chillicothe. I'asscngers leaving HillHboro for Greenfield end Chillicothe eau return to Ilil lsboro the mine dny . russengors hnvo ten cents hy procuring tick ets before they get on the cars. Through tickets for nl I points Fast nnd West ran be obtained of Win. II. Glenn, Agent li fe C. KM., Hlllsboro. GF.ORGK BARNES, Superintendent. John Foooitt, General Tick...

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. — 28 January 1858

Second Inaugural Address of Gov. Chase, Jan. 11, 1858. Chase, Jan. 11, 1858. Fellow Citizens the Senate and House of Representives. 11,,. f,,r :. .,-,1 in ( ,nsl ttu I !,) second io istvary of Ohio, ami I (Mien, mid in the prrs- t i , , n, 1 s ii Milium ' I in 1 ' ( i I 'if 1 1 1 mm fn 1 ,,f till" Chief M. now, in vmir r-r nice cf the i , co j .1 o ln-ro assembled, take upon mynrlf Hip ,. inn ol-l nrnl ion ol nn oalh to jirrfonn tlioin faithfully. Pm io;; the I wo J! irS f-:nc! I fir' honored with this trust, it his been tny mixta ut endeavor to ncjiiil myself of it ns became n citizen devoted to the Institutions of the Slate-, find bound by env y ohli r i i ion of Imn.ir mid gratitude to the faithful nervier, of the people. 1 may rot iy that I h:ive committed no crron. I e it l porno thirds liavc boon omitted which miiht. have been done, anil wiiio tiling done which ink-lit have born better dnno. J'.iit I niav pav. and it seems not unfit tbnt I should way, here, . in this presence,...

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. — 28 January 1858

Matters about Home. i nr. HIGHLAND WEEKLY NEWS ' 1st IT IIT.l-lll no I'.Vl'll V T II U It SDAY M OUNINO, OH i if e I nl inn- 'N: "i ' r vs: Mall Kubri ifirps, Our lllr a le.ir, Invari ai:i,y in Apvani i:. II 7 No p ape r pi' "I '" ";;i'r thn n I ho I ime pa id for. Townt Una, i-p.i anus, In advance, rsl.OO " " thin a i months, " nt cud nf tlm year, I .. Any O"" sending us Ten now niliM-nbeis wi ill I'm niiimy, wi !t bo entitled to unolia copv, fnlii. . U.rSnU.Ti(ion received for nix or llirec rnooibs, at p' oporlionul rales, 11 T'Moiif v innv be sent 1 y mail nt our rb-.k, and tot e j m will borcim-ncd in !k paocr. Address, J. ,. I;. 1 A (; I J A V, Publisher, II dishorn, Ohio. Notice to Mail Subscribers. E- ' Mil il aillitrrilii'l ill' ltrrl.tr mnrill hfr tluit v'i' i.irai oi.y slop thr pup' r nl tho, r r pirn' in) ii f I, 'i' I inn-, jniid fir. Almvt n innii 'li b' fore, liin linn t .ipirti 7' ' fend in ill siili.ni iln r n hill fir the nn inniirnr. Thin ii'll iirr linn' In wii'ir...

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. — 28 January 1858

THE BRIDE OF AN EVENING. THE BRIDE OF AN EVENING. BY EMMA. P. E. S. PERTISWORTH. CHAPTER I. THE ASTROLOGER'S PREDICTION. ' n f v ; ft! ni l run ,r p.! I linr fit i - fil t till 1 ori ; 'l J i r'C ' "I 'iV'O Mciimrrililo .h'i-s," rccallc'l to my pn'll thO .'it fi nvi V i 1 1 ers fif Ollf! C f 1 1) f! PI ns t rimis tloiiiokiirt iirnmas tli.it over 1 tlie injjinui'y of uinn, or reqniiol lit fif timo to dovclopn. lm Incalily of our story lies mriM ff t'-o w i 1 1 n ft ml most ''n't uroo'i'ic iiu.i ( f tli OU Ioiiiininn, whirrs the lirii.l water of llio It-nrv i:nnork wish tlio linc i'f tlio T I n rs Ki!'" Tho prffi'O ppot (.'rosslnnJ is a diilliiiio unit beautiful scenn, wliero two f irct-rronrr.l rinses of mountains ero::s rii.li ol'icrnt oU:.iio tingles. Attiie ititorscctinij point of thpieviiljr- nosllcs n little linmlut, naino.'l, from its elevntod position, Alt.imont. At the period nt which our story opens, tho lour estates, in tho four anh' of this irregular mountain cross, wore 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. — 4 February 1858

r c r" c y V1 V ( J. L. BOARDLIAN, Editor and Troprictor. iflk journal glrbctcir la Tctos, politics, fifcntfurc, Agriculture, Tarhcts, c. (Ono Dollar a "Year; Ctrictly in Advance. VOL. XXI. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 18o3. NUMBER 40. (II A i ;:' t ' IV i i I I V Poetry. For the News. MY FATHER. I'm Mantling ly my Father's sid, IFh'h bowed, mid olil mill Rr.'iy, . I'jion my ami his hand in laid, His strength hns passed away; Ills lrow ia wrinkled o'er with euro, Ilia limba move trembling now, And scattered locks of kilvered hair Are floating round liia brow. II y Father's pone his aged lirad l.ii-n pillowed in the (jravc, Ilia spirit rests not wllh tins dead, Hut Him who died to s:ivo. He pently passed from earth away( Like eummer'a Rettin'r sun, All rolled in glory's bright nrrny, When liia short courso was run. Sly Father led my wandering feet In cliililliood'a rosy hour, Alone; llio path where pleasures meet, I'.nlrniii-.ing hy their power; And when...

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. — 4 February 1858

Remarks of Senator Wade. On the Kansas Revolutions of the Ohio Legislature. Ur. V.Vhi- Mr. IVcflM'tit mij tint I i rp 1 1 then r.1iiioiti ve.- r.ot r- In, Ic-vki they do not t-r. A i nt v iih that inJ.'pcn.ionce with i.Milliq Legislature if a sovereign Flats ulionl J ever speak upon any ques tion, iufl'iuiontly important to elicit tlioir observation at nil. Why do they go on to indorsa tho lVpsidcnt, end sy they have special confidence in his Adminis tration, and pled.in tli'MDHolvos to sup port t very jot nl ti(l.la of that Ad ministration, w hen they intend finally to instruct us hero to go against tlio on ly dnrlinp; tiicHMiro tin Administration h.is ever preicot.Ml? Why should they lint h.ivo conio directly to the question at issue, and with that calm dignity which bor-onii's a sovereign J-tatrt, de clare and announce thrir purpose-, and their instructions, nn l their will, in reference to any matter pending liere which it Locarno the duty of their rep remcnUtivcs to act upon? W...

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. — 4 February 1858

Matters about Home. 'mm-: HIGHLAND "WEEKLY NEVS is vr di.isii ni r.v ntr T II UK S I) A Y MOUNINO, ON T!IP! fnl.l.nwlU'l tkmh: Nail SuWriftrrs. One Dollar a Vrar, I.NVAHiAIII.V IN AlV,N( M. D rN'o iiiir uniit longer llinn t ti n time, pnld fop. Tow Hnnnrni nr.ns, I n udviitir.r, $-1.00 n " wllhln six mnnlhs, I.V.I ' " Bt end nf III" year, I..1( Anyone sending hp Ten now subscribers wi tli tlm money, will be enlilled to nil cxtr.-i copy, ernl ls( II .rHiilsrriitl(in.i received for six or three months, nt proportional rules. (I f'.Money may Im pout hy mail ,t our risk, and receipts will lio folurnoil in tho p;ipr. Address, J. I,. IIOAHPMAN, Publisher, Ilillshnro, Ohio. Notice to Mail Subscribers t W Mail xnlmrriht m icill pleafc remcm hcr that vi: inrnriahly Flop the paper til the. expiration of the time paid for. About a month In fori; m time e.rpiren v r tend, r i'ih mlifrilirr a hill, for the. cnsii iwjieiir. Tin's vill girt: timr to renew (hi: giihsrriplinii inn! ensure the. rrguh...

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. — 4 February 1858

Farmer's Department. Farmer's Department. For the News. Farmer's Department. For the News. LETTER FROM "UNCLE BEN." Two Necessary Reforms—A Tax on Dogs, and a Law to Prevent Stock Running at Large. Stock Running at Large. PENN TP., Jan., 1858. Tnifvo UoAiutMAM : I have been picnic. 1 to lertrn vritliin a few irtiyn, that '!,il;ons ore in circulation, j.rny our LeiMaturo to itnposo a tax oT fifty cent a hcnJ on nil (legs ia the Ptnto, tli o money thus raised to he Appropriated towards tho erection and endowment of an Agricultural College. People- tmy differ in opinion about the waj tho money thus raised should be appropriated, but I hope that every far mer will bo in favor of tho tax. Our country is overrun with half-starved, worthless curs, that kill more sheep in ono winter than they arc worth in a doq'$ ntjp. I know Eomo families that keep two or three dogs, when I know that their children aro aearecly half- fed or clothed. If they will persist in keeping such a nuisance in the co...

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