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. — 19 July 1866

Vol, 30 No. 13. iimsuoroiigh, Highland County, Ohio, Thursday, July 10, 18G0. Whole No. 15? 3; THE HIGHLAND WEEKLY HEWS; Devoted to News, Literature, Politics , Agriculture, and the Interests of Highland County. OLDEST PAPER IN TIIE COUNTY. J. It. BOARDMirT, EDITOR AND M0PRIET0B. 0 IT ICX Main St. linrtli side, second door east of High, nearly opposito the Poit Office. MAIL SUB8CRIBEES. Wigleoopy, on year 1i 00 " " 6 months.... 100 " " 3 months 0 MB Payment Invariably In advance. No paper aunt toy mall longer thirn the time paid for. "tt " An extra copy will sent gratis, fur .v.rjr club Tia subscribers at the above rate. TOWN SUBSCRIBERS. To Subscriber In IIMIiboro and Iclnlty, tha Kr.w will Ik rimilly delivered by Carrier, or at the Post .ffln or office of publication, on the following terms i In advance, or within 1 month J2 00 At the end of 6 month 2 ?H At the end of the year 2 n0 " Advance payment preferred In all canon. 8nb. -rlbori will be notified of the expiration of their 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. — 19 July 1866

t Diflbni Dittos. iiiisnuormr, omoi Thursday, - July. 19, 1866. ' BUI. - . . c ' - - News Summary. It Is rathor ft novel ulRht to "ee mHsse of Uu In July, but nevertheless they are to be jtn at the Devil's Hole, Bt N'lajfiira Falls, piled up dihJh) shore. The iimiiense lee Jam of lnHtVinter, drove lare quantities vf ioe high up on the bunk, where the " werhnnginn rocks shut out tho sun. The Supremo Court nt IVtroit lins derid ed Mint the Ciitmlitulionnl provision eon- llninn the riirlit of voting to wAtto male itizen. in Miiihlirnn, liu-lttden within tlmt 'elnis nui'li pemoiiM of fnlxed white and .Vii'inliwnt ii.-iliave loss than ouc-fourtu eVCrti-nri blooil. The loss of the .Ktn.t Insurance Company by the Portland fire, in about 1200,000. It has been erroneously reported at three times that amount. finorite A. Mitchell, of Turner, Maine, the Inventor of copper tips for children's hoes, and hin Hon, hIt. years of Rge, Were drowned near their residence, on Thursday lust. Tho father 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. — 19 July 1866

Wimts, For Sale, For Hcnt,&c. US-Advertisements ar Inserted nailer tbi head at the following rates; glnglf tnsertluu, 10 cent! per lint, of 8 words. Om1 la advance, JCaob additional Insertion, S eentf per line. No advertisement inserted for less thn 88 oentf. I mo eit i' sl'rif MACHINE 1 We will sell one of Shew Clark's tM Sewing Ma chines, advertised In this column. MB uuerai ni.coum cVu Tl"'r.gulr .rlo.. The Mjrh In. I I. " ' hot oriter, ena is nr-.. "-" , ".; Applv Immediately at JyiiMIT THIS OFFICE. TOR SILE-.l FARM-lontslnlntT J- ' 100 Acre of prlnif land, n miles southeast of Illllnhoro, H miles Irnm iierryvmo, lying on ooin sioes of rlrtish Creek. Contains hewn log-hnnnc, two tece ment bousee, a double corn-crib, twostahl.4, good well, Ao. Alan a fine young orchard. It U admirably adapted fur grar.lig' purposes. TKKM3 OK t-ALK : Ona-ha'f down, balance In one, two and three years, bearing Interrst from date uf sale, and secured hv mortgmii on the proof rty. Also A SVagou a...

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. — 19 July 1866

Child of Three Years Whipped to Death. A I'roabytorlaa clergymaa lilnJley has been arrested at Medina, N. Y., Tor whipping his little boy to rioath. Tha child, who would have boon throa years old In August, refused to say hl9 prayers when ordered to do so by his step-mother. The father then administered the cruel and futal punish mcnt above mentioned. The following is the father's testimony before the Coroner's Jury's On the 1-Sth of June the fchild diso beyed his Btcp-inother, ana I com menced correcting him, using a shin glo for the purpose, and continued to chastise him for more than two hours, "When the child began to show signs of debility, and I ceased to punish him and laid him on a couch, and called my wife. When she saw the child hi 10 said he was dying, and before 12 o'clock he was dead. The Coroner's Jury returned a ver dict that "death resulted from chas . tisement by tho father." The Rochester Union says: The body of the child told more plainly and pathetically than wor...

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. — 26 July 1866

'C ft ' l:;' f Vol. 30 No. 14. Hillsborough, Highland County, Ohio, Thursday, July 26, 18G0. Whole No. 1574. THE HIGHLAND WEEKLY NEWS; Devoted to News, Literature, Politics , Agriculture, and the Interests of Highland County. OLDEST PAPERIN THE COUNTY. J. L. BOAtlDMaN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 0 Ff ICE Main St. north side, second innr east of Illgti, nearly opposite the Poit Offloe. MAIL SUBSCBIBEIIS, SIglot)py, on year 'i JJJJ t months I CO ' 8 months - 80 ; Payment Invariably In ailranc No nwrHat by mull longer thn the lima paid for. " r An extra oopy will be tent gratia, fur .very elnb in subscribers at the abor. rates. TOWN SUBSCRIBERS. To Subscribers In Hillsboro anil rlclnlty, the Naws will It promptly delivered liy Carrier, or at the Poet .mae or ofno. of pnhllcatlon, on tbe following terms : la advance, nr within 1 month $2 00 At the and of month! i it) At the end of the year j, 1 ISO ae7-Advance payment preferred In all cases. Sub. eurlbara will be notified of the expiration ...

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. — 26 July 1866

HILCSlIOUOlXill, OHIO I Thursday, July 23. 18CC. Mr. Seward. Wc know not how to explain or ox ruse tlio course of Hccrctnry Howard. If he honestly believes that the policy of the President Is the best for the m clflcatloti nnd futuro safety of the rountry, we can only say, with all due respect for his great ability and his eminent public service?, he has made a greater mistake than he did M hcn he predicted that tho rebellion would be Hurprwwod In "ninety clays." He scorns to be an optimist always hope ful of a favorable issue, where men of less sanguine temperament can only we doubts and difficulty. It may be lie really believes It would bo best to take back our "erring Southern breth ren" into full political fellowship with out any gun-unties for their future good behavior, and tho safety of the coun try ; but men of practical view, who understand human nature, will gener ally agree, that tho experiment would be dangerous in tho extreme. Mr. Reward, wo hope, will yet see hi er ror...

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. — 26 July 1866

Wants, For Sale, For Rent, &c. PAT Advertisement are tn.erted under thU hMd t th following rti tlngl InMrtlon, 10 cnti pr tin, of t word.' Cah ! kdvaUC. tick additional f neertlon, I nt Tt lln. K adT.rll.rm.nt loxrted for le. than 2 cent. T70R SALE .4 Fine Farm-One mile T northwe.1 of nill.horo. Highland Connie, Ohio, cad timber, flu. orchard, rorfalher particular ap 17011 8.I.K-FIRM I will sell my I' farm lylnf 24 mil, ea.t or nnmaiiina, uigninnn County, a.iu'atntnx IM" arm., well adapted to cultiva tion or .tort rnl.lug, being well watrt.d at.d the n. Ml of a good quality.- The farm nearly all under f.nre ! a ood tram barn. 4(1 by 0") fret, rected upon a ...k.i.,,f.l .ton. wall, el.ht feet high. Ida whole .Ire, II of durable miterlnl. dwellin-t lndllT.rt.ol, good young orchard. Till. Ilidl.nittahl. Under aooU lata of cultivation -price low aud term eaiy call on the nndeelgned nnd buy a bargain. JyJDteepl THOS. t. lUfKHN!. 170R SiLE SEIFIXG MAI'IIINE P w. will ..II on. of 8hw A...

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. — 26 July 1866

Our Bed Rooms-Singular Statements in Relation to Cholera. Dr. T. S. Boll, and old and eminent physfclnfl of Louisville, a man of vast acquirements and wide observation fttnl xnorlonri. wnid thP othor day at a meeting of the Louisville College of l'hysiclans ami Surgeons i "ine cause of the eholora has never risen to any great height perpendicularly, ex cept when forced up. Naturally, U cannot seriously affect the second story of any good residence; Heights have always been, when properly guarded, neciire refuges from cholera. Elevated buildings or high walls have been per fectly exempt, while conterminous placen were ravaged. Moscow has lecn repeatedly invaded In tho quar ters alone tho low banks of the Mosk va, but there has never been a case of the dkK-ase In the elevated Kremlin. The monasteries with high walls in Italy, France and Spain, have, with trait uniformity, escaped the disease. ' The cause of cholera acts atone at hiaht. and upon sleeping persons. No amount of exposure ...

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. — 2 August 1866

Vol. 30 No. 15. Hillsborough, Highland County, Ohio, Thursday, August 2, 1866. Whole No. 1575. ,THE HIGHLAND WEEKLY NEWS; Devoted to News.Literature,Politios, Agriculture, and the Interests of Highland County. OLDEST PAPEBIN THE COUNTY. t. I. BOABDMAK, IUITOB AMD PnOPBICTOR. OryiCI Mlo St." north ld, eont floor east of High, nearly opposite the Post Oltic. MAIL SUBSCRIBERS. llfleoopy, one yeer. , " . months. .....,,...... .......... I 9 ..... .Ml 8 months.. Pavmant invariable hi advani. No paper "out be malt longer than the time pld for. " ar An extra copy will ho sent gretl, for vr club tan (ubscrUavr at tb.abov. rate , TOWN SUBSCRIBERS. To Subeerlber In Hltleriroaad vicinity, th rlnws 111 lw promptly delivered by Carrlor, or at th Poet f Irlc or offlc of publication, on tb following term t la advance, or within 1 mouth H 00 At th end of A month 3 ? ; , At th end of tin year 60 )r Advance payment preferred In All mien. 8nb. rlbers will b notlfled of th expiration of their tlm ty a ...

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. — 2 August 1866

I3IL,IAH01tOtT3II, OHIO Thursday,' August 2, 18CO. Congress. . Congress adjourned last Buturday Afternoon, having remained la session all Friday night. "Bread and Butter" Convention. tlon. The "Bread-and-butternut" party of Ohio have Issued a call for a State Convention at Columbus on the 7th of Augiwt, to appoint delegates for as sociates of the Copperhead delegates, recently appointed by the Democratic Btato Central Committee to the Phila delphia Convention. There Is net a Igner to tho paper from this county. Tennessee Congressmen Admitted. On Tuesday of last wock, Messra. Maynard, Stokes and Taylor, took the test oath, and were admitted to seats In the House as Representatives of tho Ftate of Tennessee. The President sent In a Message, returning the Joint reso lution of Congress for the admission of Tennessee, with his signature but while approving tho resolution he takes ownslon to say that he does not "acknowledge tho right of Congress to pass laws preliminary to the admis sion...

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. — 2 August 1866

Wants, For Sale, For Rent, &c. MtSrAdvertleementi are Inserted under thU head t the following rateat ..... Single Intertlon, 10 end per tin, of I words Caah a advance, . . Each addition! Intertlon, S centt per lino. v advertisement Inserted for lets then 2 centt iTTAisTEnAl AGENT In evtry W Tn.hin In thia county, to nil one of the Oreateet Iaventlono of th. day, ueed li every family. T.HU with very reedy eala. Pays wall. Small "pit" nraolred. Inquire of ROBERT MAOBK, at the Wood row Uouee for two daya only, Anguat inih and J7th, laM. nng2 $2,000 A year made by any one With slo Btencll Toolt. No expe fiance neeeeaary. The Pre.ldinta, Ciller I, and Twee rers of ft Banks Induraa tba circular ter. Bent tree wnn aampleo. Addreea tha American Stencil Tool Worke, Springfield, Vermont. aiig23a)raco ?0Jl SALE A Fine Farm-One mile I aorth-WMt of Hlllehorn, Highland County, Ohio. Joo acres of good land, flue Improvements good water, good timber, one orchard. For father particulars ep sly t...

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. — 2 August 1866

[From the Anti-Slavery Standard. Our National Tailor. '.''Show me who has been engnffed In these conspiracies, who has fired upon our flap, who has given Instructions to take out farts and custom houses, and arsenals and dock-yards, and I will show you a traitor. - Were I President of the United States," I would do as Thomas Jefferson did In 1806,, with Aaron Burr.". I would havo them ar rested, 'and if convicted, within the meaning and scope of the Constitution, by the Eternal God, I would execute them." Andrew Johnson In the United Staff t Senate, March 22nd, 1861. I believe we must leave the killing out when all Is done." liobin Starve- ling, the Tailor, Midsummer yighVs Dream. " In my opinion, a certain notorious representative or our cran is but a bo bo Journeyman ; after running well for a time, he Is taking long back tt itched lie Is trying to mend our national breeches with shoddy. lie U putting new pockets into our national coat of arms, for foreign insults, and patching it...

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. — 9 August 1866

Vol. 30 No. 16. Hillsborough, Highland County, Ohio, Thursday, August 9, 1800. Whole No. 157G. TK HIGHLAND WKLY OTS; 1 Devoted to News,Literature,PoUtics, Agriculture, and the Interests of Highland County. OLDEST P APERIN TIIE COUNTY. J, t. BOAIIDMAN, EDITOR AND PBOPKIETOU. OVriUK Mnlnflt. nnrtli utile, frond Jonrewlof tllgh, noarlj oiioHltn tho Punt Olllce. " mail subscribers. 81 (?le copy, One yonr J JJJJ ' " 6mnnih 1 ' S month , MT PTinont Invuriulilv Hi Bitvmic o. No nior by mull lonnnr thnn thf tlmx paid .., Ab extri, 0,,y will In, cnt until, for every club tin lubicribori at the bo rate". TOWN SUBSCRIBERS. To Subw.rltieri In tllllihorn nwl vldnlty, ttie Nr.wi will If promptly n-iiw;ri nv ;rnor, or m ira rum Office or office ol 'publication, on the folliiwliifr ternn i In advance, or within I month 12 (Ml At the end of month! 2 M At tho end of the year JO WW" Advnnce payment preferred In all enure, Huh. e,-.rlliom will he notified of tho expiration of their time ! a crom on the...

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. — 9 August 1866

Cfet pgfclanb Dittos. ii ills no no i car, omot Timrs&ay, August 9, 18GG. News Summary. KentncVy hnn gono for the rebels by 30, 000 to 40,000 majority. There were 25 deftthfl of Cholera reported In Cincinnati on Monday, anl 31 on Tues day, Hhowing the disease Is ratner on the Increase The steamer Oen. T-,vt1n, of tlio Clncln null A Louisville mail line, blew up on VI nnrlav Inst helnw MlldtSOTl. Abotlt 20 persons wore killed and 70 or 80 scalded, The boat was racing at (he time. We hare news from London by the At lantic Cable to the 6th Inst. An armistice and terms of peace hnd been definitely agreed to between Austria and Prussia. Tha Italian fleet hnd been beaten In a naval battle with the Austrian. Tho cholera was increasing In England. The Johnson Stflta Convention at Coltim bus on Tuosdav, was attended by about 100 persons. Thos. Ewiny;, I )". Camp bell, V. S. Groeabeck and James u. bleecl mon were appointed delegates to Phila rielnhta for the State at larp-e, and John 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. — 9 August 1866

Wants, For Sale, For Rent, &c. axarAdvertlaeroente are Inserted under this hoed at Ik following rates: Inglt Insertion, 10 ent par lino. Of I words. Cash la advance, .1 lk additional Insertion, 5 enl per rin. f Ho advertisement Inserted for les than cent. WAWTEU-AGEIttll! th. man to do gardening and Milier work, and th. female part of tlx , family t do . bin, Apply lo A Of. T, 1BBB fam;1rai " Moll. M ATM KW.S. T7EH0T AL--J0Hff C. WORK has re- XV moved hie Saddle and Harness Shop to hi. new building, on II Ifrti Strict, 2 doors south of the Wood, raw Homo, where ha will glad to hi old ciia tomera, and tha pobllo generally, who want anything labia Una. nngHax "7ASTK0 A AGInMT In every VV Townahlp In thla county, to Mil one of the Oreateat lurentlona of tha dav, need In every family, and maata with very ready sale. Peya wrll. Small a-apllal required. Inquire of ROBERT MAOFK. at tba Wood row Hons for two day only, August imh and ITth, Hiifl. angxwit mm. I ' " nnn ycar made fcy a,,y ...

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. — 9 August 1866

Convention of Southern Union Men. Tl true Union men of the South have called Convention to meet In rhliiutel lhl on the !kl of SoUinbor. The follow ing Is the call, which Is ouuehod In no un meaning phro l 7b the Jsyal Unionists of the South t The great Issue Is upon us. The majori ty In Conirrans ami its supporters ttrtnly declare t lint the rights of the citizen, cnu-nim-ated In the Constitution and establish ed by supreme law, rutint be maintained Inviolate. Kebels and Kebel sympathizers assort that the rights of the citizens mnft belong to the States alone, and nrnti-r such regulations as the respective MUtes choose voluntarily to prescribe. We have seen this doctrine of State sovereignty carried nut In its practical results, until authority In Congress was denlud, the Union tem porarily destroyed, the constitutional rights of the citizens of the South nearly annihilated, and the land desolated by civil war. The tiino has come when the ittruo tare of Southern States' Government ...

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. — 16 August 1866

Hillsborough, Highland County, Ohio, Thursday, August 1(1, 18GG- Whole No. 1577. Vol. 30 No. IT. THE HIGHLAND WEEKLY NEWS; Devoted to News.Llterature, Politics, Agriculture, and the Interests of , - Highland County. OLDEST PAFER1N THE COUNTY. t. I, BOABDMAN, EDITOlt AND PKOrRIETOB. OFFICB -Main St. north alde.seeond door east of High, . - uoahy oppolte the Post Olflce. MAIL SUBSCRIBERS. Bllgiaeupy.onx year ,. - .',.... Jj . ' 0 mnntln oo " 8 months " sT" Payment luvnrliihly In advance. No paper sent b mall longer than the Hmi paid for. 0W An extra copy will bo sent gratis, for every club Tin tubscrlbert t the above relet. wv TOWN SUBSCRIBERS. To iabcrlhm In Tlltlnhoro iwl vicinity, the Nrw wlH I promptly dp!lTred Iiy Oarrlor, or at th P-mt f fflo or offlce of ftnlitlrntlnn, on the following trmi t In ndvano, r within t month 92 At the end of 6 month ...... i ?' At th ul or th year 8 60 "AdTnc payment preferred In all canp. 8nb. rlbn will be notlflnl nf the ftxplratlnn of their tluia...

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. — 16 August 1866

IIIMDOROUCIII, OHIO t Thursday, - - August 10, 18CG. News Summary. fenatnrs Sherman, of Ohio, and Sprsfjus, fr Khoiie Island, r on their way Ilke't Peak, In company with th Lieuten ant UenartU. Twenty-flva death from cholera were rportd In Now Orleans on Saturday principally among negro and In the tmen portion of th city. Pea-tar trottad the beat mile, on a mile track, on record, at Aron, New York, the other day. Time, 2.21. lie made Brat half mile In 1,09. DaTall's majority In eighty-nine counties tn Kentucky, according to the Louisville Courier's flouring Is 41,538. Twenty-one counties remain to be beard from. It Is reported In Washington dispatches last Oenoral Howard will probably resign or be removed from tbe Freedmen's Durean, and General TUlson be appointed to tbe place. The reports of the Philadelphia Brmrd Health show forty -three oases of cholera and nine) deaths for the week ending Sat urday. The disease has almost disappear ed within the last two days. The cholera haa ag...

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. — 16 August 1866

Wants, For Sale, For Kent, ilc. aVgrAdtartleament are Inserted under this hMd t tha following rtt: Inula Inaertlon, 10 wind per line, of t word. Oath la advance, BacH additional Innrtlen, 8 cent, per Una. Ha advertisement Inserted far le. than IS eanla. lOll SlI.E-FAIUI-The untler- JL elgned will offer at prlv.te sale, hi. fkrro, .ttnattd tw mllea .oiith of l,.ealinrg. Highland Oooiity, Ohio, neer Wright', l.lme Kiln. The farm contain, one hundred and twenty.llve aoree, and la well watered. ThnM wiahiner to buy will rail at the farm and aae frMhna.le.. JAMBS P. JUHN80!". anl4w,T WHATED-A fiERHW F.I WILY the man tn do gardening and other work, and the female part of the family to do wnahlng. Apply to A ng. T, 1Hi-.fl. a"in2 .10 MoD, MATUKW8. $2,000 A year made by any one litticA tinrfiMnrr. Tha PrMrViitr., Cniih.ftri, una TrM ' r4r of 8 BinkN fndorw 1h clrcuUr. Hrnt frn with mptwi. ArMrwit the American Stencil Tool Work, BprlnRfM, Vermont. aiijw3Hrftoo Removal Joii c. work has re mov...

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. — 16 August 1866

Political Bedfellows. The Hamilton Telegraph says t The Skxretary of tho Central Johnson Club At Washington, is tho Jet. J. D. Fer guson, formerly of Tennessee. At the commencement or tho rebellion this Itdly mun was loud mouthed in his de termination to dlo in tho last ditch, And went around making speeches to Southern Regiments and proclaiming and urging tho invasion of tho North with Arc and sword. When a certain A. Johnson was military Governor of Tennessee-, this Ferguson becamo so rampant and obnoxious a rebel, that Anally the A. J. aforesaid offered a re ward for his arrest as a traitor. The Valiant Ferguson hid in somebody's coal holo until tho huo and cry was over and then emigrated to FAirope as a robel emissary, and afterwards as the accomplice of tho Davenport broth ers. Now we find him Secretary of the chief central political organization vlent tho Johrrsou "Club I" Hear film in 1802 : " Write it on the front of my brotn, and let - 4t form a snered cro oner my henrt t I...

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