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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 11 February 1858

A fA (" w s s ( L s 3 J, L. BOAIIDI.IAN, Editor and Proprietor. $ iiunilg iounwl-gcklA lo pus, lilies, gfttnttarr, ridliirr, ptrfuls, fc. Ono Dollar n Tear; Strictly in Advance. NUMBER 41. VOL. XXT. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1853. Poetry. FAME. BY SCHILLER. What ilinll I do it life la ailenee psaat And f It do, And never prompt thfi bray of riolny bran; Wlmt iiPfd'nl thou rueT Romember, aye tha Ocean doepi are mute; The ahallow roar; Worth la the Ocean Kama la but the bruit Along the aliors. What ehall I do to be forever known? Thy duly ever. Thla did full many who yet slept unknown Oh! never, never! unknown Thlnk'st thou, perclmne.e, that they remulu V horn thou know 'at not' (blown. By angel-trnmpa In ln-aveu their praiw ia Diviuo their lot. What ahull I do to gain rtarnal lifoT Discharge aright The aim l i I i ties with which each day la rife; Ven, with thy might, lire perfect scheme of lion thou dovite Will life be Mod, While lie, w ho ever acts...

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. — 11 February 1858

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE On the Lecompton Constitution. WASHINGTON, Feb 2, 1858. I have r'"' ivr l fr'n Treid.-nt (T tl Into Con -ami 'ion of Ktiivn, Mr. Ciillinun, Co nnt itntiomil k mpy, duly rrrtiiled by himo!f, of tho constitution frump J by that body, with the eprev ion of tlio hope that I would submit the anie to tlio consideration oT Conrros, "with tli o view of tbo admission of Kan n into the Union nS an independent Futc." In compliance- with this re qtle, I herewith transmit to Conrrcss for its action llio Constitution of Kan n, with tho ordinance respecting tho miblia lands, as well a mo letter m Mr. Calhoun, dated Lccompton, the rmblio land, ns well a tho lottrr ot Mr. Calhoun, dated Lccompton, the 14th ult., by which thoy were accompa nied. Having received but a sinzlo copy of tho constitution and ordinance, I Fend this to tho Senato A front delusion neetnfl to pervade tho public mind in relation to tho con dition of parties, in Kansas. This ari ses from tho diflieulty of ind...

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. — 11 February 1858

Matters about Home. TI1K HIGHLAND WEEKLY IIEVS 1H l'( MI.IS1IKI) i vni v T IT U It 3 D A Y IT OKNINO, fin tf; I'oi.i.ou'Inu ti nw: Ulall SuWnlirrs, Cue I" r a Vr.ir, I.N V.W1I AIH.Y IN AlVAM i;. DTNo apr unlit loner Hum the time pnid dip. Town JSij h.k.hi n:i, In ml v n m-., .. (! f within fix iniiiillis, l.'2 ti " nt end nf the. year, l..) AllV0"0 "'"ll'lllllT US 'IV II now ttlht.rriberx with iUf moiipy, will be enlitlod ti) nu . t in C0v. pratis. UJ"Suhcrip(ions received for nix or three months, at proportioiuil rules. 0 rMonry limy hi- sont hy mail nt our rbdi, anil receipts will lie returned in the paper. Address, J. I.. HOAI'IMIAM, Publisher, Hi! Is 1 10 .o , Ohio. - Notice to Hail Subscribers. ftt"if Mn il Sllhsrrilit rs trill jih ilr ri ' Itftil- 7?r lliat w, iiiva rhiliu nn the tmurr nt the expiration of thr lime. jihhI Jor. Ahout n month In fire hi tinir i .riiri s Vr griul iyi h tiihxrrilti r u, hill for the rnmi injyov. Thin will yivr time to mn ir the. nihto-riptinii nix...

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. — 11 February 1858

Farmer's Department. From the Ohio Cultivator. Durham Cattle-Question of Color. rmrvn IIap.tis : In answer to intcrro prstions propounded by II. C. H., in tho January number of the Cultivator, 1 give you tlio result of my erperionce as a breeder cTMiort Morns. Having purchased noma Durhtm cnt- tla in Kentucky, prior to tho ealo of the t'eioto iniportiricr Company Mock in 18.1 L my prejudices against white cat tle were such that I bought none of that color at the iPcioto Co.'s sale. Ourpur chases were confined to red and brown ; nd up to tho year 4(5, I think I did not own it niriglo white animal ; from that time up to the present, I have own ed nnd bred .1 number, and have pome fine hend in my herd at present, nuin bcrin in all over forty head. And my c xporLnoc tho last five years has satis fied mo that there is no diBorence in hardihood or beef, attributable to color, On the contrary, some of the hardiest and bt.it feeder of my herd are white cattle. They are all treated alike, in...

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. — 18 February 1858

"A c i r i V G J. L. DOARDMAIT, Editor and Proprietor, j Jiamili) ountal j)cl)otcti ia 1chis, oliltcs, $ilcraitirt, gnatfliiic, $T;ivIitis, &r. no Dollar a Vcm; Strictly in Advance. VOL XXT. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1858. NUMBER 42. c ? r yJi I u 1 ' kw in j J U ; i V J Poetry. (ETOiir rrnilcru will runeniher th thrilling (count of Ills " Rnlli-f of Lnckimw" recently pulil ilirr in our columns. Tlin fullowln piritfil poollcnl vrmlon of ihe nff.ilr In worthy of the (heme, and of the gifted anlhor: From the National Era. THE PIPES AT LUCKNOW. BY J. G. WHITTIER. Tip'! ft tlm rninty tiinorlHii.l., Voire of tlis jrli-n and liill Th" tl renin of II iglilnml torrent, Th.'noiijr of l.nwlnnil rill! Not the hm of br.mm nii.l limlher, Nor (lie ninu n 1 11 i I'n dink Willi rn'.n, Nor nis.iil.Mi liower, nor Imr.lrr tower, Have heard your iwrctot strain! Dnnr to the Lowland reaper And pluidod mon nt'iineer, To the roltiiirn Bud tlm emtio 'I'll Scottish pipos...

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. — 18 February 1858

Later From Mexico—The Clergy at the Bottom of It! NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 11. r:. 11 1 ' f I.! .i. ., 1 t v r n I y r f .Vol. -.!,! in 1 . k. jlncr. in : r ' V..i.- ..-v, tfi- 1 (' nt y -'ix v - !'!, i I'll ,if tin if. J r ProvisiotirJ (:. Pre .hot. j 1'iH'l'la mhI a few other points had TProp-ni'-d tlin new povcrntniMit. 'I lm wlir.,-. ronntvy Tins in ootifu'ioii. Imrer, Psrrui, l..1,n... Mid oilier?, op poo the. r,cw fovortiiiient, find it was eipcctcl tli.it (hoy would march niinst tlio city, Preparation.! were making to inert them, end nioro fighting ia incvi-ti-Uo. A I Tiro pronounce, 1, at Fan Luis, in favor of :Janta Anna as Piclutor. Znoilnri l.ad issued n tlocrro restor ing tho cccli'Miusliral find military ju risdictions; repealing tin laws of ISjG, which declare! tlio properly of ecclesi astical corporation inalienable, and annulling the said I,iw. It was reported that tlio clergy had loaned the new parly 51,(100,000. Advices from run ova show a state of civil war faro. Advices...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 18 February 1858

Matters about Home. T!" highland yi;li:ly iii:y3 t'j iTi'i,is'!i:n Kvvi! v TiiUJisuAY riojiNiua, ON TMK I'd C, I.D I Nil Tl '' 4 : HI nil Suh i ilici s One D..SI.ir a Yea. , I N V. It I A It I, V IN AllVANi'H. ITNn i .r r sent l..i.t.T tlnm I1'" " !"'' '" Tow rti ii.hiiii ntn , In advance, I Oil ( within six months, l.'i.s 11 nt rn 'I f til'' year, l.-'iO Anv on' 11 r) ! ii i' n r Ten nw Niihsrrihers wit'i tli motify, will bo entitled to an extra copy, rmlk H'rHulncripllnna received for (tlx or three months, nt prnport iniml r les. 0 7' .Mo ii'1 y may be sent by mail at our risk, lid raroiits will be ret n rm-d hi I he paper. Address, .1. I,. I!' ) A li I). VI A N , Publisher, II i, Isboro , Ohio. Notice to Mail Subscribers. R Mu II mtlixrri'hi cs in' jii use reniein hrr that vt ' Inra rlnhi ainji tin1. paper nt the. crplrntlon of the linn' paid jor. Ahout n month In t'urr hi.f time r.i ju'ris vc tend rm h mihseriher a hill for the rnsit inqyeor. Tin's vlll ijire time to mine the si...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 18 February 1858

Farmer's Department. r ,. t in r-r ' T r. (I n rrct 5 1 r i v rrr. i ' " 1, I ' ,i . 1. 1 i i n li is ; .ir . I 1... r;',)t an "i r 1 1 i . 1 1 1) f-1 1 n w. ! ' (' i 'i n 1 it j-r.Mi i ii will in i l (''.. ()!.i . sr 1 it i'fi'f"i t'.'.linolion of Mourning an 1 lrnr l' uit dniip'' tlio w lu'le season. Ohio State Board of Agriculture. Tliifl T'.onnl licll a inci ting I.T.t month in Columlius, tlio proreetlin of liich re fully reportc 1 in tlio Ohio Farmer of last week. We copy tlio following items of intcicst to Fanners : WEDNESDAY, Jan 27. Present, foil I5narol. The Senate and limine Committees of Agriculture, met frith tlie Ini.irJ. Trintinff "0,000 cop ies of Annual Agricultural llrport; np propvialing a. small sum for engraving fur tlio sami ; tlio. propriety of linvitifi sai'l Reports disli 'United by County Agricultural Societies, instead of Sena tors nnd Representatives, a at present; t lie propriety of enacting n law le-train-inp domestic nnimals fioui runiiiiior at Jarcre w...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 25 February 1858

,1 r X 1 I G - $ Jamilij oufnaI-gci)otA io gfctos, politics, fifcratitre, $fjricnllu, QXarhcts, tfc. (Ono Dollar a ( Ctrictly in Achnncc. J. Jj. BOARDMAN,) Editor and Troprictor. ) VOL, XXL IIH.LSB0R0UGIL IIIGII JANI) COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1858. NUMBER 48. ffj Ur-A h j r i ; ( i! K - 1 The Home Circle. SOMETHING FOR THE LADIES. Marriage the Princess Royal of England. [From the London Times, January 26.] CEREMONY IN THE ROYAL CHAPEL. As the brido passes up to tlio nltar idle stops and makes a deep reverence to her mother, though with evident ng itation, anil her face flushes liko crim son; then ngain turning, she renders the sarno homage to the Prince of Prus sia. As sho does so the bridegroom elect advances, nnd kneeling on oi"n knee, presses her hnnd with nil expres sion of fervent admiration that moved tho august audience. Taking their places rit th c nltar, and with tlieir il lustrious relatives standing round in n group of unequalled hrillianry, the ser vice comme...

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. — 25 February 1858

1, t , 1 r n ' i a ,r -r ( li is !, O n ' '' i It 11 ! ,1 1 C i - -i 'i 1. I VI! ' e, I l til'!" ill.'-: ni tml l,:u 1 I'fi 1 1 1 1 V '. ' nil l.y It' -r. Tln'V ' n , n i 1 it is II i " y iy t i.c u j 1 . . 1 fltioil (if t h Vllli'fl dl nomv. tint tlicy nr l n 1 1 1 1 i r y mvl or In rt'l'i to accumulate. A ninn win) will run to mi. I IV n, ili'.'-j inr; nnl i:rrliini; hove mi 1 there a littlo, will Tory rarely A n cii-vril rul'', tTicro n-.n-t ho n nt.iiriify of i lnr:i''f'T, n 1 tlii.-i in fon-liccti-Ki with a vi II inn in red nn 1 f ill timlcvfi in.iin r "f peisonnl (i! ilifica tion, tint villi "!' to n pursuit n.liptcl to t i.fl t:i!i"ii Is jinsM-j'-Hvl, viil, in innsl tnt imnrc mi,''". Tlio loiro of men to J n nn ";liirr cls! thin what na ture tin fitfe'l them for, briivs ruin up on millions cf tlio linntnri l'mnly, mid tlnn filling, in connection with insi.i bil'ly, i S'llfieient, mi l nlmoit certiin to render iri'iJoot'i.il all attempti to ir'eoed in lin-Mut'". Anoilier' evil...

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. — 25 February 1858

Matters about Home. 'II IK HIGHLAND Iir.VS H IT 111 lll Ft) I; V i 11 V THUiinn a y r.r ouni i; c , on Tin: Koi.t.fi ir rifi "it i m-: Mall S il Ti!ns One ii.!..ir a If ar. I N V A I! I Alll.Y IN AliVAM K. ITNn p'iper Rent lancer Hum llie time "'''l for. Town Suii-umiirii-, In lolvniieo, St I f'O n .viiliin nix iiintillis, l.'-Jai " nl end cf Hi" your, I .."Wl Any oiii si'iiiliit'r na Ten iifw sulnerihi is with lli" money, will hi. enlill'd lo uiicxlrn opv. erulis. j rSuli-rriplli n received for six or llir'f mnnil"., nl proportional la'ei. I) PMom"V inv I"' fill liy him 1 1 nt our risk, and receipts will bo ret urn ei I hi the paper. Addii'sn, .1. I,. I!,) M!II V, rillilWuT, Ilil'sLnro. O' Ij. ... - . Notice to Mail Subscribers. f. 'y" Mul milisrrilirrn n il I jle,nr re in em -her that ire iiiViir'inlili stop the paper at tfie. fjpirn.lioii nf flu: time paid for. Ahoitl n month In fore hi time e.rpiri .1 vc lend citrh fiiliM-riher n hill for ihr enfii '.7 ,'''"' Thin 11'HI tjii'i" ...

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. — 25 February 1858

Farmer's Department. For the News. LETTER FROM "UNCLE BEN." LETTER FROM "UNCLE BEN." Saving Manure—"Small" Farmers versus "Large" Ones. versus "Large" Ones. PENN TP., Feb. 1858. Vr r.M) T'oARl'M v: I liavo f t o tinio con to in pi :it' J making n fVw re mit!;? i: reply L ymr new contributor to I'm Fannrr'a Department of tlio News "Alexia. 'J'liis mime nitty tliir.k (In i to liim on account of the un J.;sltvc.1 conit.liinoiits wliicli lio paid to mo rnil my communication1'; but I nm no filtTcr; it i my custom to write atiJ talk just a. I tliink ami feci at tlie time, iisi.l tliotip;h ono ponictimcs Buffers for it, yet I am a full believer in tlio obi a.l.ie, "Honesty is tbo best policy." I hope friend "Alexin" will continue his communications; lii.- first was vory interesting, and so was tliat of 'Tann er." An cxchani? of views in tbis Tray cannot but bo beneficial to tlie Ag riculturist. Although po well pleased with tbo re marks of "Alexin," yet tlicre li one point on which I beg l...

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 March 1858

, A f ) A ''V II: I i v' ) ( mil ! f-f A ' i : ! J! Nr' VV Xxr J. Ii. BOAnDLIAII, Editor and Proprietor. V01, XXI. Jfamilir journal QtMtis to Tftos, )oIilics, ?ilcralurf, $jriculfurr, Javluls, c. IirLLSBOROUGII, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OIITO, THURSDAY, MARCH I 1853. (Ono Dollar n Tear; ( Ctrictly in Advnr.cc. NUMBER 41 ' The Home Circle. "She has Outlived her Usefulness." Not long since, a good looking man, in midJlo life, camo to out door, asking for "the minister." When informed that he was out of town, ho seemed f 1 i m -appointed find anxious. On being ques tioned as to his business, ho replied: "I have lost my mother, and as this place used to bo her home, and my father lies hero, wo have cotfio to lay her beside, him." Our heart roso in sympathy, and we Baid, "You have met with a great loss." "Well yes, replied the strongman with hesitancy; "a mother is n great loss in ceneral: but our mother has out lived her usefulness. Sho was in her second childhood, and her mind was grown as wea...

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 March 1858

Communications For the News. The Hillsboro on the Kansas The Hillsboro on the Kansas Question. It M I -I'. it ll"t pve y'- I t ! i i lnil v i'i !' -lioi j, to w it . Til I'fi'lIM ol 01 -1 i i .1 t'f tli l)sviu'rtinr. pro's. Tha II illsbnrouch flmxtte, under llio Into editor, wai rather conspicuous n tli nn .Ivncafo of "popular pnyomignt V," which, li o contended, would inevitably brin,; Kanms into tho Union r.i a l'roe Ftato. T'ndcT tlio riv dnxpii'i'i.'in the number for leo 11 lli, tho writer of the Iaili n; filit.ori.il article firgue-t in f.ivor of tho nnbmi'don of tlio Lccompton Constitution to a voto of tlio people, for ratification or rejection, lie say r.'.rrtn to a rreei5in' article), "wo contended tint Kansas ought to bo re filled a Jmiinn, until lirr constitution lis. been tAtiiioJ Viy tha popular vote." Ho of course moans that tho wholo con- titution ahould thus ho (submitted. I will nay, that bo gives some very excel lent reasons for ir.sieting on Fiich sul mission. Unsa...

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 March 1858

Matters about Home. Tin: IIIGIILATID vi:ej:ly NEWS l' ITIir.IMI! I'll KVrtlV T It UTt K I) A V TT O HNIN U, ON Til RH.I i''"1 THI: PI a II SnbM-niirrn. One Poll.ir a Vr.ir, f vVAlll UH.V IN' A 1V. N"K. IT T" 1V0 p:ttT p-n t In itt'T tli un Inn time pn id fne. Town t?un?i 'n bkhh, lu nrivjuirr-, I .OO " " within six monllis, t.'J.I it " lit end (if tlm y !: , .."JO Any o"n F"iiililnr n 'I t'll li"W Milif rrilmrs with tlm money, will ho entitled lo mi extra oVi prntis. II "Subscription"! received for six or tli r.'c months, nl proportional rut"1. OrMoiicy urn V bo i"iit by mail nt ourritU, and receipts will ho returned in tli" prtpci. Address, J. HOAKIVU AM, Publisher, Ilillsboro, Ohio. Notice to Mail Subscribers. $ if Mail xxhtrrihrr n il prasr rum m her that we inenrial,!, s the paper at (flic ceynrat inn of tlir time paid for. Ahout a. month before h it time expire we srnil eaek tulmerilirr a. hill fur (In: entil ing year. Thin will iee time, to renew Piin siihsrrijttiini. and ensu...

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 March 1858

Farmer's Department. Farmer's Department. Hints for the Season. ir s a w 1 n.'l . -i v i 1 1 '. " tint I'm i'iri' 1 fur. A en' hi I'llvn, 1 i ', " in 1 r ; 1 ! 1 1 i ) ..:ir r . i i ' ; t.-r, nn. I 1.1 t .iti.cl.1 L fd villi fire. '.woi vill lan.li nVmt tM timer: fuel tlirin vc'l, "nil tli. lii'nV-i vill li'ivo T'l'.'M' , .-i i j.iriii,t,( nt.. If any ill jili'Mil 1 n;.p.ir in I'm 1! M'k, nt ton J to it J romjil 1 y. ' Where yin intcrt.l to Jl.v,v cnly, vil li uro n.'iylie (:uli'.l upon ll.o 1 1 n t . !. not. f (Ti'.-i'I if, I'ow ovor, tut lc:ivo it in I it '4 I'.'iin. Jj.l tlio ppro iilin be (fin j 1 1 t. j'rcviiH to j lowing. i'iv) th.it your frni.'C.') :iro in gnml re pair: it i bail policy to bo at work hI tlim when you ovr-lit to hit plowing or fiMvinL;. I'iivo all ki n.-f of pocds rcn.ly: it will n iva ti'no nt somo suLsciiicnt pe riod. Si. tint nil your tools nro in good or If a is v ar" f,,!t f repair, have Her. tb. 'in m.Miibj.t i m iii o.l i .i J i'ly. Ey ppctnl in a liltl...

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. — 11 March 1858

A A r V 1 ( M -7 J, L. IJOARDLIAII,) Editor and Proprietor. ) & iainilw lottniiil-gcbBlcb to pus, politics, fifcrafnrr, ggriculfnrc, &Katluls, fc. fSA VOL. XXT. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 11. 1853. NUMBER 15. V A A Poetry. TO MY COAT. ONE OF BERANGER'S MOST FAMOUS SONGS. Though urnrcr-ly worth on pl fry pronl, Tlio.i 'i t ilcnr to mo, my poor old coat ; For fill I ti-n or my f Monti (lion 'nt hf "ii I'or full tit ynim I'vo lirimhnd tlioa clrun; A nd now, like mo, tliou'rt old and wnn ; Willi both the k'ow f youth in gonn; Hut, wan and olialiliy na thou art, Thou and thfl poet olinll not part, Poor Coat. I've not forgot tlio hirth-tltiy ere Wlion firnt I tlonntvl thy cloRxy alenvo, Whi'ii jovial frli'iirli, In nittni!iii kIim, frank joy and hrultli to 1110 ami mint). Our Intlig'iitie let aonio dr-spisn, We're nVnr as ever in their eyet. And for their aahea, old an liiou art, Thou and the poot Khali not part, l'oor Cout. One evening, I remember yet, I...

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. — 11 March 1858

'.- 1 i l-ni, t I r t 1 1 Fl O'li.-.f. ,1 to 0 :; r.n.l o lit - i n t 'ii rn t, mien ! of tin) 1 In of 1 n ii V v a 1 v o en i I hii r90pr.o;it v r nit li r Onul l ( Con 1 i tl. i Mil. !'t 1 ' " ! n!': Rjr V: ' ';iy. Ami jet, ll f fit- 1 lo f .il.f,;t iti diiin ti 'ij.1 ; Ih ii . rot, ;'. :i rj its win V i ! s r ill con would iio ro- The gpfnnl w'tlneM in tho ncwup.incr ; I'rpin of Ivans; tho pros is eirmnut tha I uiisti lut ion li v a in ii i mi t v of seven ; or oii'htt.o one. !cVt: Kansas, It act of Conro.'s has m i;,ht to a ilwlej'.'jlo in (.'onrc. rliargo.il with tho duty to apeak, for its I eoplo. Ther have now a dcleato who undoubtedly the choice of tho peophi, n l ifl thij fn.t Knn.a didecato ever fhoen by tTm people. Iio is my third iritne-. Next: nak tlio lino of Governors np- pointed by tbe Tresidputs themselves: (ieary; Walker, formerly Senator from Mississtnm. and reentl iirnnosed tor . ft plaeo in the present President's Ch-' inet, and highly reeoinmonded by tho j Pres...

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. — 11 March 1858

Matters about Home. SPECIAL NOTICE. SuWriliorn wlio Imvo not ronewM tlieir snlirtcriptions fur tlio rircfont year, nro notifiivl ihut we plmll cxtpinl tho timo fr Advnnco l'nymcnt for ono month longer, or until tlio 1( of April, oftrr which nil pnpcrs Rent by mail, which nro not paitl for, will pnsiticlly lc itoppcd. Hillsboro, March 1st, 1858. Notice to Town Subscribers. "We would respectfully remind our Town PiJ.pcrihcrs, including those, who receive their papers at our olTieo or tlio Toft Office, that they must pay hj the 1st of April, if they expect to pot the paper at the advance price, .?1 00. After Hint dato our published terms w ill bo Htrictly adhered to, as follows : Town SciisimiiKr.s, In ndvnnre., Ijtl.OO ' " williin nix months, i.'-i-l " " nt end ol Hid year, 1.50 jpTOur Court of Common Pleas commences its Spring term on Tuesday next. JKV-We learn that tho officers of tha Highland Co. Agricultural Society will hold a meeting on Saturday next, at the Auditor's Office, to...

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. — 11 March 1858

Farmer's Department. Farmer's Department. For the News. Planting Corn—Early vs. Late Planting. (. -'i i.'i : v.r L your ers in yojprj to planting corn. I lio lijve iit fl.'intin,'' early, ami for tlic reason tlint oi j jIjuIpiJ corn always rij-cni . H ro Hint which is pliinlei! hte. I know that porno folk say that if you wa.it until tlia grouml is warm, anil then plant your corn, it will eoino up immoiliately, nml (.-row riihf, nhead, ratch vp with tho earlier planted, nnd ripen n soon; hosidos you don't run tho risk of having to replant. Well, now, I'vo noticed, for a number of years, tliat those) who planted from tho 18th to 20th of May, fjrnorally have as much replanting to do ns thoso who plant the Litter part of April, nnd that tho littc; person generally linvs tho first roast in,:; cars. About 12 years a pro I helped plant a Cold of 20 ncres early H April, (in a Western tate) and it was almost all cut down by tha frost, so clofo to the ground that we had but littlo hopes of it...

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