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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 14 October 1858

c 7Y fs ! ft s i if Y I C J sZJ. J i t i J. L. DOARDLIAN, Editor and rropriclor. Jfamilij journal gtlwiA lo gfcfos, )oIitics, gilcraturc, ggrintliurt, $.Tnrhtcs, &c. IITLLSBOROUGII, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1858. lOne Dollar a Ifcar; I Strictly in Advance. vol. xxir. NUM1VTCU 21 It Wiii i ! 1 1 V Poetry. PERSEVERANCE AND FAITH. A hwrIIow In Hie Pprilf Cninn to our Z' ii!'r5' Bl"l np til tli rnyon F.mnv-d to ninkn a ih mI , n n'l tlinrs did bring Wet e;irlh, nnJ strtiw, and li-nves. Day nfirr lny li tolled crowned. Willi nnllrnl lion rt; hut er linr work was Some mid mlslinp tli liny hilirio spoiled, And (liwlicd ll (0 the ground. She found th ruin wrniiulit, flow. But not Ciifll down, f nri li from the pliice, he And willi h"r mnle frwsli en rth and grucs liro't, And built her nral anew. But scarcely hml elie plucnd The lust soft fi-atlmr on its ampin floor, When wicked linnd, orrhanr.e iigain luld waste, And wrought the ruiu o'er. But still her hrnrt aim ket...

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 October 1858

( ! ' it. - I,, I II' n, in 1 1 til j'Ml.p one nl'; "t I 1m nl V nn 1 I .iii' ii fill wc-l wilh nil inf. nit in liU nrnit. I wp't rtnnilin-', nliout tliii i mo, out-Mo I'm LnlwnrK, li.iMin ' i I",' t'n' ilu'1', nn 1 li.:inin;j out ti nv'M'l tii'i II m, v !. h worn livii in" tn i 1 in i. I 'iw ii swri' j'i'il Imnt ' i' '"r in., f.iinnii! 1'V n mr-fi still nt ',.',1 to lim ship. A tlio ohm wori; timl inlicr, I tlion;:lit if I coul 1 pot to licr I wnuU Im cnalildl to avo tnysflf" an 1 poino otlicrn. I let myself ilmvn by a rope, passing ovrr man who was clin-inc: lo it, hnt who rcfuscl tn poiiio with imi. I took; out. ft penknife; to cut tlio. ta( klo, lint tlm laro l.la.lei broke, anil I tlicn scvcrcl it with tlio Pinall Tim chip p.wil nlionrl. Aa the screw spproai licil, I fiiunil tlio boat drawn to wan! it. I trioil to keep tlio boat off, but tlio nr-row caught find cnpsizcil her over mo. I iliveJ ftwny from tlio liip ntiil ramo to tho purf'ace near o boat which was keel upwarJ. I p...

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 October 1858

Matters about Home. Subscription Terms. Tnr. IIicnir.ANii Wr.f Ki.Y Kfw Is published every Thursday morning, and ftirniihid lo nbserihcrs on the following forma : Mail Suharrilirra, $1 OO a ycnr, Invariably In advance. H JNo paper sent longer Umu tli h tliun in it) rr.,r H fix Months, ftOconls. Three Months, a.1 rciils. Town SiibrrihrrA, R I OO n year In ad vance; I '1-1 If paid within (i months; $1 50 at the end of the year. 0 TNa paper topped until nrrcariigcs nre paid, except nt mi r opllon. ru t '.y Tlio rromium List excludes our Msual variety tliin week. ,;rSco tlio "Farmers' Department." List of Premiums. Awarded at the Ninth Annual Fair of the Highland Co. Agricultural Society. Sept. 29 30, and Oct. 1, 1858. CLASS A—No. 1. Horses for General Purposes—96 Entries. Best, stallion over 4 years old, Wm A Gillespie, silver eup; 2d lient 4 yrs, Si las Morris. $' nnd O I''; best stallion f! yrs old, Philip Garnett, silver cup; best ptnllion 2 yrs old, Joshua Iirown; 1 and O F; lest 1...

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 October 1858

Farmer's Department. Farmer's Department. For the News. Farmer's Department. For the News. LETTER FROM "UNCLE BEN." A Few Words about the Fair. PENN TP., Oct. 5th, 1858. Fiuf.nd I'oahdman ; 'Well, tlio Fair is over, ami "Uncle Beu" U Alive yet, notwithstanding certain prciictions that lie wouM not survive- that prrnt Agri cultural jubiloo. An J now it i.1 fairly over, and" tho election Boon will to, I hope to roo a wholesome revival in the "Farmer's IVportmcnt" of tho News. I feel liko writing something, but hardly know what to cay. It is hardly worth while, to pay anything about the Fair, for it seemed to me that everybody was on the. ground, and had hii wife and children with him. I?ut still I do think thcro ought to bo something said in praise of the Ladies of Highland Co. There is no other county, within my knowledge, where they make go fine a display of the products of their skill and industry as they do hero. And the Ladies themselves, wero they to com pete, with tho adjoining...

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 October 1858

G7? rl h t s- 1 v r c I; 1 rM: v J I G J. L. BOARDL1AN,) Editor and Proprietor. ) & iamilit lountiil jlchfcb to lth, $oIilics, fitrrafurc, (jnciitftirc, pithlcs, fa. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, TIIUItSDATr(7cTOBIMrri."" Ono Dollar a Tear: trictly in Advance. vol. xxi r. NILMIO 25. Poetry. VILLAGE GREATNESS. In evry country villii(rn. whore 7n rhimncv Rinokns perfumo the air, Conligiioim to n flei'plo, Crent j;nittln-folk are Ion ml , a ncoro, Who can't msoi'into uny more Willi common "eountry ioonl." Jack fellow, liorn amidst tlie wooiIh, From rolling lors, now rolls in goodn, F.nouch tiwhilo to oVuti on TeMn iieffro torlo, uniikcs cigars, Talks pnlil lo., decides on warn, Anil lives In stylish laidiioii. Tim Ox-(!oad, lately from tlio plow, A polished hp n 1 1. mm n is now, And talks of "rounlry fellows!" Put ask llie fop what book h h rends, You'll find (lie. hrni n-iau of his head's As empty no h la-Mows. Miss I'sildlo, Intel v from the whool, Jlenim quite lady-like ...

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 October 1858

(Die ' )i!(M;uiir y'ebs. n n.i,' 'ououcir, onio T:;m!.m, :::::V.. 21, IS i 1 .Xi ics, and Sfollit 7i'. pnrt) n ,d I'oy. The Result in this County. Wo plvii in another p:irt of our paper the official returns of tint election in f 1 1 1 st cnunty. It will be seen that Mr lleeec'g majority is increased to '1? and that Mes-;i.i. IJohxIi and Yanwinkle are also elected by miinll majorities. Vo loso only one candidate on our county ticket tho Surveyor. Considering tho character of tho op position wo had to contend with, am me lar -i! maiority to ie overcome, tins result must bo peculiarly gratifying t tho opponents of tho Administration, hy whoso united efforts, aided by a few honest and independent Pemoerats, it was brought about. It shows that the shackles of party Allegiance cannot nl waya compel tnen to do tho Lidding of party leaders, and accept as true any new doctrine which they may choose to label with tho name of " IVmoeraey." It may be pet down as a fact that Lecomp tonism is rep...

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 October 1858

Matters about Home. Subscription Terms. Tux IIimit.ANn Wf.fki.v Nfw Is pnlili1tol every Thursday morning, Mid fiirubhrd Io ubsoribcr on the fol low I n p terms i Mail Suhirrihirit, jl OO a year, InvariiiMy In advance. 117'No pnpr unit longer tlinn the time laid for..r n Six Month, .10 cents. Three M iiift, it cent. Tow Snh-rrihrrt, ftlOO a year in ad vance; jjjll a If Pnlli illl" ! month; $1 SO at tlm mid of the year. II TNo paper stopped until arrearage are paid, except Rt pur option. .Xfl Hillsborough Female College. Ytj tlio politeness f r' Ja'0" Sayi.kh, one of tlio Hoard of Trustee, ?o wcro favored with nn invita tion, a few evenings since, to take a look nt tlio comet through tlio laro telescope belonging to U10 College. Af ,ter gratifying our curiosity by a tni nuto nnd admiring purvey of that celes tial wonder, which was then at "the meridian of itssplcndor, wo were politely jnvitcd to walk through tho principal rooms of tho Collego building, and itbrervo tho various arrange...

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 October 1858

Farmer's Department. For the News. A Day at the Fair. mnM ncil t rutin' tun iii the l.iir on tlio d-cornl ) ')', nri'l liiivin:; lie on wMo nwakrt, I projiosi ti t. 1! yon wlint t mw there. I -i iw a 'lntik cih losnro, nnl on (lie . u t si , I iiruiy s nnl rmlo vrliirlrn, Tvitli pt'in l-i fur (lin von.liti of nTirsli nirnts sci'lorcl nrtiiiiul jruini.-('unusly. On tlio iiisi l.; tlioro worn crowds of ju'opli; lmwy O' j u i p:i trs r:itinr Fn lunn fine cntilo in jkmis ratili penny slnuvi in a corner, nn.l hoops nil nround Karly in tlio dny tlio movements of the committee on CraJeJ Bull Calves n'.'scrlie.l my attention, nml I wns con scious of a ilrsiro for ft certain small red ticket to bo attached to ft certain la r.ro white calf's tail, nnd also confess to the slightest possible tinc of disap pointment on Feeing tlio coveted li.nl pre awarded to a red and wliiie Fuelling, tli at promptly acknowledged the honor in a series of triumphant be'lowinus. In this connection it is pertinent...

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 October 1858

f v' A P ! c V J. L. DOARDMAN,)' Editor and Proprietor. ) damilg 0urnal(bjotcb la Tclus, politics, iterator, $griailfiirf, . $arlitcs, ftt. Ono Dollar a Ycai; Strictly in Advance. VOL. XX1T. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBHR 28, 1858. NUMIO 20. 3Pif r1 r-n- i i I v y s s s ' s i : I l i i ii i 1 1 ! I P IV U A ! 111) Poetry. AUTUMN. Thr-rn In beautiful glrit breHthlnj now -lis hirllow rio h iiena on tlm clutttprori traes, And from beiikrr full nf rirlirnt rlyet, roiirlnK new glory on llio n 11 til mil wood, And dipping hi wurin light tho pillnn-il clondn. Morn, on the inonnlnin, like b dimmer hird, l.lfti up hor purple wing; end In the thIm The fro ii tin wind nwm-t and pnlonntn woer Kls tli n blushing Irnf, nnd tir up Ufa Within the solemn woods of ath dm-p-erlm-aoned. And illver beech, and inaplo yellow-li-nvrd, Where Antuinii, lllte a f iiut old mini , alls down tty tho wayaidn aweury. Through the trees The golden roliln moves; the purple fiur.h, That 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. — 28 October 1858

European Grain Crop. 1 n (l,o count! iiM bmi"ving ii"n 1 1 o Mocli l. i t ntie.i n, tlmn-cp i-t viu iMi-ly re port" !, !!. upon tb wln-ln in.iv bo rc- Uaril l : ' " o if '" tHf;T nvcin '" 1 'Vpt will fnmi h nn rvi r pen. 1 , it:s , ii Sp-iin vill n,lt r0" (.lit'' any h o p j , 1 i c from oilier countries. In I'.cl; in ni an.l Holland (Iwroisnn av erage crop, while ii) (ho V.altio regions, including Northern (u riii.my nnd West ern llii-ia. the yield is below nn nvrr- n"f. nUbon-h liiu'h rrieos in ay induce vnnr! to Rome. clcn(. In France hero U n fnir cron of wheat nnd rye (mis Win:? inferior. Tito rcrcnl crop of Knghnd cxe.rmN tho nverngn, and n rorlion of tlio extraordinary wheat yield of last year ftill remains in the I , a r, , 1 3 of farmer to bo lidded to tli. rear's harvest. Other breadst'ifi's nro somewhat under (he nvernee. In Ire Inn nil kinds of produce nrc nliundant,, compared villi recent years. Tlio wheat crop of Scotland in excellent, oilier crops bonis? medium, and p...

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 October 1858

Matters about Home. Subscription Terms. Tint TIiniii.ANit W'rrm.v Nkw Ik published every Thursday morning, nnd fnruhhed In iibncribcrs on the following terms : Mail Siilmrrihrrti, $t OO a year, Invnrlnbly In advance. UT"No pnper sent longer tlinn the time paid for.. J Six Months, 50 rente. Three Months, tl-l cents. 7W Si,hrrihir, $1 OO yenr In nd Vance; $ I 9.1 if paid within fi months; $t 30 n't the end of the year. JTNn pnpnr atnpped until irrfmrnjoB nre pHid, except lit our option. xXi Any one sending us Ten now subscriber v(itli the money, will he entitled to an extrn conv. irrntl. BifMntiey mny be sent by mnll nt otir rick, and receipts will he returned In the pnper. Arrivals and Departures of Mails. Mills arrive at and depnrt from IIillboro, as follows: Wbsthhk Arrive dnilv nt fi:-!!) P, M.I (I part nt 7 A. M. This mail Includes Russell's Station, Wil lellsville, Lynchburg, lllnnc.hc- ter, Wcslhnrn, Mnrtinsvil le, New Vienna, Leeshurff and New Lexington. Eastern Arrives Monday...

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 October 1858

Farmer's Department. For the News. LETTER FROM "UNCLE BEN." "Quaker" Wheat not a New Variety. but the Home as the Bearded Mediterranean—" Red Chaff Mediterranean." PENN Tp. Oct. 20th, 1858. KaiExi) l!oAniM.VN: I poo Ly refer ence to our Premium Lint tlint our friend, Win. Monney, w:is awarded n jrcmium on ' Quaker V li c at." This win ri;ht. Tim mn tlint takes tlio troublo an J incurs tlie expense of sending to a distance for new varieties of need, should bo cncourncJ. II ut till, judging from a few liurried words of conversation I li.id with that enter jirinin gentleman at our County Fair, I am inclined to bolievo he is a little mistaken about tho "Quaker Wheat." It is nothing more nor less than tho common luardul Mediterranean. To establish this apportion I will give the readers of the News my experienco in the matter. I was induced two years ago, by pee ing a communication from Gen. O. D. IIknmucks, of Treble county, publish ed in tho A nnual Report of tho Stato Board of Agricult...

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 November 1858

f ' a' rl V ; 'i I i 1 Is. ' i V I ) i in II ! : i l i i ! (in KTr r X i i J. L. BOAItDMAN, 1 Jfamtb onntaI5)fi)o(A la Uclus, politics, tferafurf, (jneuihtre, Tarlifts, &t. Ono Dollar a Year; Strictly in Advance. Editor and Proprietor VOL, XX1T. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER I 1808. NUMBER 27. c U Poetry. GRIEF FOR THE DEAD. O lii-arla that nrvor coe to yearn! O hrimmliiK twirn lliat ne'er ar cirind! Tlmdnail. thouph tliov ili-part, ruturn, Ax if tlicy had Dul died! TIip living r tlie only dnarl; The dead nevermora to die! And often wlin w mourn them fled, They nemr wre io nigh! And though th-y lie beneath the wars, Or lwp within the churchyard dim (A li, Ihronph how many (tifT.-renl jre (iod'i children go to Him!; Yet every grave jrivea up Its dead, I're it Is oversown with gran! Then why ohould hopnlnaa lean be shed, Or should we cry Alus! Or why should Memory, Yelled with gloom And like a Borrowing moil mer ernped, Sit weeping o'er an empty tomh, Who...

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 November 1858

Joining the Republicans. " ii h onrii onp mot rutin SUtoa. cTm. in Mi lii; .in. 'J of t ll e Maiinr!"st of I r n p' !', ! i, m i v lien re a n t f i , (rf t ',o tritr.-l fcrth In i-i f. : 111 " 1 ,'.!(J (if Of Tii to' 1 11 ( ',iii !i ih I, m I mi Stati-n. n'T fincn loft Ma j iiwor t!. 1 1', nn J evert t ll 0 Imi''lu ftinocr;iny of Stuart nill not puss cur rent. A recr-nt numlirr of tlii lonif (Midi.) "Oftofto," contains a inaniPi-'to, sinni hy elrvi-n liithr-rto lr.nlinsj I.VinonruM of Ion'm County, declaring tlii-ir final alian donmpnt of tlie Pcinncmi io party, and tlioir intention to co-npernto in future with (lie Iti'pulilicftni. Tlio dnnument to which their names appended is acon oiso nd rodent ptatoniriit of the grout posanoy of tlio Denioctatio p.iry from its former principle, mid forcible presentation of its preMcnt pro-slavery po-nition- n posilion which theso honorable and patriot ia men have no sympathies in common with. All over tho Stato, there is among hih-tninded end ...

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 November 1858

Matters about Home. Subscription Tcr.n3. Th IIi'iiir.Attu Wkfhi.v Ni.wh is published every Thursday morning, and furnished to n liar rihir on the. fl l win (j terms : Mail Snlmrrilirr, OO 11 year, Invariably ill advance. (I TNn paper sent longer llinii die time paid for. Six Months, ftO cenls. Three. Months, !15 cents. Town Suhtrriliem, HI OO a yenr In ad vance; Kl a If P'ii'1 within " months; 1M 50 at thecnd of the your. HfNo paper stopped until arrearages are paid, except at our option. jrn Any one sending tin Ten new subscribers with the money, will bo entitled to ancxtrn copv, p rails. U rMnnny may be sent by mnil at onr rink, and receipts will bn returned In tlio paper. Arrivals and Departures of Mails. IVI iil arrive at mid depart from Ilillsboro, an follows: WrsTr.n A rrives dnily nt G: l." P. M.;do par4sat7'A.M. This mall includes H ussaU's Station, WillettRville, Lynchburg, Manches ter, Westborn, Martinsville, New Vienna, Leedhiirir and Now Lexington. K st p r n Arrives Mor...

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 November 1858

Farmer's Department. For the News. For the News. LETTER FROM "UNCLE BEN." The Greenfield Fair. PENN TP., Oct 25th, 1858. FrIEXD r.OARDMAN: 1 liitve ft fow words to ..iy about tho Greenfield Fair, which, upon tho whole, wns qtiile on nf. fair; though tho first daj the weather was anything but f'lir, yet there was fiuito a fair crowj tresunt. Tho first impression after entering tho grounds was thai tln?ro couM not bo a hflnilnoriier piece of ground for tho purpose?, arv) the fitting up Joes great credit try the managers, consiilering tho tinm they had for tho work. Some thin?;, it is true, wero not done that should Invo been, but it is a new thing, and I think few men could havo done more iu the same length of time. 15ut it is not my way to flatter poo pic. It seldom docs any good, but it is moro apt to make peoplo vain, and ne glect to m-iko improvements in tho fu ture. It is moro my province to find fmlt with them, or rather to point out their errors. I read in my spoiling houk, whe...

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 November 1858

r ' r A c V J. L. BOAHDI.IAN, Editor and Troprietor. X 4mxt Mrvd SlffcntA in flJnc WttWlWc Tifr-r'ifnrr rrr,M,r OT,, Dollar a Tear; trictly in Advance. VOL. XXTT. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1858. NUMBER 28. CX8 i 11 1 : . rr! L; I ; fl I vM . W A 'J M j. : CiM Poetry. RUTH. BY THOMAS HOOD. She utomt breet-hlgh amid the corn, ('Imped by the golden light of morn, Like the ewart-heert of the aun, Who many glowing kle hoe won. On her cheek an autumn fluah Deeply ripened ; aoch a bluah In the mldat of brown waa born, Like red poppiea grown with corn. Pound her ayee her lreeee fell. Which were blackeal none enuld tell, lint long laahea veiled a llglit Wbir.h hud elia been all too bright. And her hat, with ehady brim, Made her treay forehead dim-" Thua ahe atood amid the atooka, Fraiaing God with eweoteat louka! Sure, I eald, heaven did not mean Where I reap thou ahouldat but glean, I,ny thy aheaf adowu and coma. Snare my harveat and my home. AUTUMN DAYS. W...

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 November 1858

C it v. f-'Y r uie Minima mcws. irir.T -vonovau. ottio: Than-? j, t::n icv. II, IS.r3. 'I s. i. n.Tii: viLh & ros AUVF.nTISINtJ AGENCY, 113 Nassau St., T. A. 10 f'Ute St. Toston.. 3 M. rrTTVNcm.t, At Co., r A pon' for the Nitwa, ir the rnost InHurnlinl and lorded c 'n i i Newspapers in the United State d ( ( Hiinrins. They urn authorized tocon trset Inr ti at our Invent ratrt. t For Loral Xe.un, and Market Iipnrti,rt Third Fug. The Elections. N?,W Yoric. Tho Republican Ffntfl ticket linn from 13,000 to 20,000 ma jority. LcpiHlature Republican in both branches. Tli Opposition have 27 of tho 33 Conc;rossm!ri, Administration C, being an Opposition pain of G. Nbw Jeuset. All tho Opposition Congressmen elected, 7 members, bein again of 3. Legislatures Opposition in both branches, securing a U. S. Sena tor in place of 'Wright, Admin. Massachusetts. All Republican Governor, Legislature, and 11 Congress men. Hanks' mnj. for Governor, 20, 000. Illinois. Republican Ftatc ticket fleeted. L...

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 November 1858

Matters about Home. Subscription Terms. Tn Ilium. anii Wffki.t Nkws Is published every Thursday morning, and furnished lo subscribers on the following terms i Mail Snlirrilrr, $ 1 OO year, Invariably ill advance. D 7'No paper sent longer tlmn the lime paid for. j l Six Months, cents. Three Months, '2 -1 rent. Town Ftnhirrihrr, 1 OO n year in ad vance; fill il .1 If paid within fi months; Ijil SO at tliaend nf tbe year. ITNo paper slopped until arrearage,) ore paid, except al our option.. D Any one sending ns Ten new subscribers with tha money, will be entitled to an extra copy, pratls. il rMnnoy may ha sent by msiil at oht riak, and receipts will be retnrnrd in the paper. Arrivals and Departures of Mails. M ills arrive al mid depart from Ilillsboro, ax follows: Wrsrrai Arrives daily at f!:l.' I. M.jrln parts at 7 A . M. This mull I n elude It ussoll's Station, Willctlavillo, bynclihitrg, tsinnches tnr, Westborn, Martinsville, New Vienna Le'sbnrir anil New I.cjington. Eastern Arrive"...

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 November 1858

Farmer's Department. Hints for the Season. I. Tlio l'.ilteninp; (if stock fur tlic but i Iut elmuM l.u no lonin-r del.ivoJ. It h cui-r to fi ten in u,iM wontlici tliun ttiicu tin) w inter lias fairly set in Animal now put on flesh, tmeait.so tint- riiJIj; for nature always lays up tock of (at in the physical system, pre vious to the oJvent of cold weather, In tha purpono of supplying an extra nloek of carbon as fuel to keep up tho am iu;i! henL. II. Keep your stables an J L.uts wull liUcieJ. Leaves lioui tho woods are cxeollent, and absorb tho liquid manure woll, besides, of theniMcl voh, thoy make pood manure. Nothing that will mak. uiauuro should bo wasted, but carefully saved. Home-made: manures aro in general as valu iblo us tho bou-ht arti. cla, if the proper caro is taken to retaiu tho fertilizing elements. III. Flow stiff soils in ridges, ox posing them to tho action of the front. This will pulverize and make the lam! nmeh more valuable. Ground that it info .-ted with rulis o...

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