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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 18 November 1858

r. v - rti ' ; i rc" . , 1 G"1 S v J. L. DOAHDMAN,) Editor and Troprictor. iamilit lountal-gcbolci ia U'clus, )olitics, fifcnttiirc, 3flriclfurc, XtTarhds, &c. . p""" JE"r; vol. xxn. FIILLSBOItOUGTI. HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1858. NOIl'I R 50. I i Mil : i A v- , AJ A ! I ! The Home Circle. THE HUSBAND'S SONG. Rainy and rough sets the dey--There's a henrt heating for eomnhody, I mint lie up unci awoiy--Pomehody's an ulnus for antnehody. Thrice lin she hren to the jjnlo Thrice hns tio listened for r'niiMiody Midst the night, slnrmy and lale, Somebody' wailing for amnehody . There'll he a comforting fire There'll be a welcome for nomebody j One In her neatest attire. Will look to the table for eotnidiody TIioi'kIi 'tar's fl.'d from the writ, There in a star yrt for snmehndy, I, I h li the home he loves bent Warming (lie botorn of somebody. There'll he a coal o'er the chair, There will be slippers for amnehody; There'll be a wife's tender care Love's fond etnhri...

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. — 18 November 1858

ftien 1. Jiljnu evr i ? m 'h prpc, n"! lovi'lincn before?" Concluded vert veek. Later from the Pacific. Nr Ym't, Nr.7on,lior 12. Tlie gtonrrT r r of Uin Y"osr, from Aspin nail, wi'h (".-ii'irni.i (Utcn ti the i-'Olh nit, Im nvrivcl. Ilor advices from Culirnrniu nro fiv-9 day Inter than those furnisfccl by tha overland mail. Tlio Star of the West brinpi ?1,G70, 000 in pcvi.. Amonj her rassenpers rt MoKilibon, member of Conprrsn from Cnlifornia, and United States Sen ator Smith and Grover from Oregon. Tho ship Oon. Cusbinp, for Sydney, went nhor ia San Francisco harbor. Total lo. Tho Chinaman, who murdered woman named Sarah Ncal, near Sacra mento, had been hung by the mob two hours afterward. A severe storm prevailed in Southern California on the nicht of tho 2d ult. Great damacre was done to buildings and fields. At San Diecro several dwell ir:s"s were blown down tnd vessels cast ashore. Los Angelos and San Fedro al.-ui suffered. The Indian war in Oregon was ended. Col. Wriirht had g...

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 November 1858

Matters about Home. Subscription Terms, ThK IIicu r. N WntKi.v Nrws Is published every Thursday morning, and furnished lo ubscrihor on Hie following term Nail Snbirrihrrt, $1 OO a year, Invnrlnhly In advance. B7"No paper nmit longer than the time paid for.rfl Six Months, 30 cent. Three Manllm, 2 .1 cent. Town Snhorrihrr, $ I OO yenr in ad vance. If pnid within fi mniitha; ftl HO at the end of the year. OTNo papor topped until arrearage ere paid, except at our option. ,TU Any one lending iia Ten new subscribers with the money, will ho entitled to an rxtru copy, grntl. ft. "Money may ho aent by mall at our rink, and receipt will he returned In the paper. in Arrivals and Departures of Mails. M ill" arrive at and depart from Ilillsboro, fnl Iowa : WiiTrn Arrive, daily at f:45 T. M.;de parts at 7 A . M. Th i mail I nolude Russell' Station, VVil lettsvillo, Lynchburg, filmic Iip ter, Westhoro, Martinsville, Mew Vienna, Leashurr and New Lexi ngton. KvsTra Arrives Mondays, Wednesdays and Fr...

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

Farmer's Department. Farmer's Department. For the News. "Quaker" Wheat vs. Mediterranean. Irr'.iAK Ti'" r. Kn'. f, (V Nrnnri Tr., ) NnvcmhtT fitli, Wirt. J Fiuf-:) !''!irMN: I fee in jour paper of Oct. 2?lli, a communication from my esteemed friend, ''I'nclo l!on," in which lio laliors to prove t li j t tlio 'Quaker Wliont" is nothing nioro than ttio common Mediterranean. IIo "iiy?. "I nee by reference, to our rremium List that our friend Win. Mooncy was awarded a premium on 'Quaker Wheat.' But still, judging from a few hurried words of convcrsnn I had with that enterprising young gentleman at our County Fair, I am inclined to think lie is a littlo mistaken nbout the 'Qua ker Wheat.' It id nothing move nor less than tho common lrirJ-l Medi terranean." To prove this assertion he gives an ex tract from a letter he received in Aug ust, 1S5G. from my old friend, Enoch Taylor, of Prehlo eo., in which he gays: "I have never been able to find the di viding ridge, when the ptako was pulled ...

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

f I ff lit rr A 1 J'r" r S i r' - ' r " ' ' I'M f I N i ' V' -lj A J v J. L. BO AUDIT AIT, Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXIT. Jamihr aunt;i geboieb io Tclus, olilits, literature, gtgriatltuir, rj;irlids, &t. . lOno Dollar n Vcnr; ) Strictlv in Advance. HILLSBOllOUGII, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1858. NUMBER SO, Poetry. LABOR. BY GEORGE W. RUNGAY. Toll wlnp;a the i, and foreats bow; The hre.uk out in radiant hloomj Rinli hnrveala mlla behind the plow, And cltlpa cluater round (lis loom; Where toweriiur dome and taparl n (f apire Adorn tlio vnle Bnd crown the hill, tout Labor light ill beacon firna. And plume" Willi moke tli forgo and mill Tli monarch onk.O.e woodland' pride, Wkoaa trunk li iwimnil with lightning acar, Toil lau lichee on the rell-as lide, And there un.'olla (he fl'ii; of tar; The aii;ine with it lunp of flame, And riba of brnat and joints of alrjpl. From Lahore pliialic finger came, Willi nobliing valve and whirling when!. 'Tia Labor worka the ma...

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 November 1858

Important from Mexico. Important from Mexico. WASHINGTON Nov. 20. lb 8 Nf.V Olh'inl p'i; rccMv'5 J' 'in to h'k'1'. '' rartieul-in of the Meii 0(M VP 1 ! " " ' !nnd ty , i further in news re- i hi r ( i ii oral 1' n-V. li!o (Tc) 1 h'g 'J '.urn, of the Liberal Hi' men, attacked ami on , advancing within one t ton cnj.itol. On the loth of r, JJulong.i innibi an imposing re- o, and lost 401) of hi rddifr, i -. It', v , tf i " i I!. .'. O." i.ll.i nc lpi(i' ft hirL'fl number wounded. The loss on the part of the Liberals was comparatively small. Ulanco hold his position for a few hours, and afterwards retired to Tacubaya, .There ho remained tnrnmped. The city would havo boon completely captured hy the Liberals, Viil K r.htla'ina trithin nnnn wlldrtfi . aa Ul oco. not being previously advised of tho in- tended attack, were not prepared to rou- dor any efficient aid. Tho Liberal for-. ecu were concentrating about "P'-1 tnl with a loreo suthcient to rentier its. ' I capture inevitable. The 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. — 25 November 1858

Matters about Home. Subscription Terms. Till Hl'im.ANn WrfKi.Y Niwi Is pulilishiid every Thursday morning, and furnished to aliscrihers on tlio following terms : M'til Suhscrihrrt, I 0U II year, Invariably in advance. U TNo pnpr sent longer ""'" ba time paid for.. rn Pix Months, SO cents. Three Moulin, colli". 7'omn Sulittrihm, I OO a year in ad vniic; $11. if p'ii'1 within G months; ft I .10 lit the end of the year. II rN paper topped until arrearages are paid, except at our option. XD Any one " n ill n or hi Ten new subscribers willi the money, will lis entitled to ancxtra copy, pratls. II r.Mnnny may lie sent by mull at our risk, and receipt will be returned in tlio paper. Clubbing with the Magazines. By an arrnngenionl with publishers, wa cmi f uruish any of the Magazines named below, together with the Nkws, at the following low rules, payable in advance: A'lantic. Monthly and NkwsI year, Jl 2.'i Harper's Magazine " " 1 2.1 Lady's Hook " " 'j '' tiruhnni'H Magazine ' " II 2a Bla...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 25 November 1858

Farmer's Department. Agriculture in Ohio. ,;; iiilcactirg Bt nt U.tirs of i this f tato, are copied Import of K. I). Mans- Ti c .' " from tho i". riFi.i, t, ('oiniiiitvsionor of tntisttes, Mfu)cT tho law pussoJ a year or two since. Jlr. MansflclJ'i Huh reputation is a guarantee that tlio figures are ih nenrlj correet s it was possiblo to ninke thctn: Land oi-crpi'd by, or attached lo f irtii vt acres, I,nd ctnallv cultivated n,nn,oifi lO.HDR.O'iO S.22r,OflO 4, 1 1, (Kill 8)0.0(11) Land cultivated hy the plow I , h 11 ' I cult Ivsled in grass Laud cultivated in orchards, gar den and yard I.mid occupied til wood, or unlilled Numlernf land ownai Affrnfffl amount of farm land held 8,'"tn,onn 277,01)0 hy each person 9 I fcJ-l Id ucre Average corn crop, bushels Largest corn crop in vi u lit year Smallest corn crop in eigtit year 67,em,Poi K7, :;, m hi 5'J.17 1 .t'O.t Average production of maize, or corn par acre, bushels, Highest average produced in one 35 county Average wheat crop Larges...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 2 December 1858

'3 r c 1, ! n ... 1. J. L. DOAHDMAN, Editor and Proprietor. Jfamilg $mtrnnl---$cMel in Tetos, Ijolitics, literature, gigricnltttre, Harhet$, &t. Ono Dollar a Year; f Strictly in Advcr.cc. VOL. XXII. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECLMBL'R 2, 1858. NUJIIO 31. ) If. A ' i , v A ! Vv rrv 1 oY rY v i i j : j 1 1)! :. ryLi. , i; n ' Poetry. For the News. LINES, Written on the Death of an Infant. Affectionately inscribed to William and Martha C. BY MARY B—. Tliou art gono homo, thou art gone home, Fair bird of Immortal Ity ! Thii world of orrow vim not mote, Sweet lamb, for micli ns Ihee! Tut beHUliful, and very brlof, Thy young lifo closed without a grief. Thou art gone home, thou art gone home, Sweet cherub Imhe, unstained by aln; If thou Imd'fct lingered here bolow, Oh, who could tell what might have been! Hut now for the, no tear-dimmed eye; 'Tia well for audi as tht-e to die! Thou art gone home, thou art gone homo, Thy tiny form sleeps 'nnntli the sod; But thy pu...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 2 December 1858

I I 'I I'll C kO I ,v..,rri.t f ll'.l I I. OT f r li ' i XM n nt it I on Tunifl hi"l r .out h TV i - I ()'r IV.pnUr f'.n'pr' ' y mlnorilj f'enator L'l't Iim frocsnil (m hero, ypnlcr day, l sit j" m p mid started for li i ' i n ( i,m. .'it ' ' n I"'iiMl)fln A. Pom;!. t j! In t',i wm niM'i A ii o r i n n j t tn M iadiiii-1 f'i in nrn ill I xfl 1 iti tho hearts of tho rl", and aoeiirsnd wolild bo tho hand thnt (listinhed it. On the trsngth of this be win re-rdccted, nnd went immediately South. Ila then went to Congres and did ttie very thing ha bad agreed not. to do, to wit: ha r pealed tho Missouri Compromise. Ho recently eamo bn'k hero with his fice noil f;en; bo talked of Popular Sover eignty; ho plodded himself to it; he se cured a majority of tho Legislature, snd has now pone South avain to see what measure ho can get t p to strengthen bis influence; with the slaveholders nptin. II is plantation it in tho State of Mississippi. He has now pone to it, and when he gets to it he will ...

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 December 1858

Matters about Home. Subscription Terms. TlIK HlOIII.AII) WlTKI.Y Nl'WS I" pllllllshed every Thursday morning, nml furnished to subscribers on the following terms : Mnil ftuhnrrihrrs, Ut 1 OO a year, Invariably in advance. UTNo prtT lit longer than the limn paid for.,ffl Six Months, 50 cents. Tlirea Months, il.t cents. Tnicri Si'TiifM, l 0 year In ad vance; S I i If I""''! within months; $1 SO at the end of the year. uTNo paper stopped until nrrnnijfp lire pid, except al our option. .Til Anv ono sending us wi ill tlm money, wi copv, gratis. II rMoney may be sent liy mull at our risk, and receipts will be rf t n r m-ci in the paper. Ten now subscribers lie e. nl itled to an ex lrn Clubbing with the Magazines. $3 2.- .1 IT. :t -'5 J ." I!v bii arrangement Willi publishers, wo run furnish anv of tlie Magazines lintnod below, together with tho Nkwb, nt the following low rates, payable In advance: Atlantic Monthly and Nicwa 1 year, Harper's Magazlno " " Lady's Hook " " (Jrnhnm's Magazine;...

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 December 1858

Farmer's Department. For the News. LETTER FROM "UNCLE BEN." "Quaker" Wheat Again. PENN TP., Nov. 22d, 1858. of 1 ut week. I sea that my friend Win. ! Miinncy, Jr, has "fnltn ttp the. rii'lyl" i to disprovo my as.scrlinn tli.it tlio "Qna- ler" Wheat an l the Ue.irdi'd Mediterra nean nro one nml the ginio tiling. This diin't alarm mo (lie least this i just, what I liko to fh'C, nj what I Tiave hiH'ii tryiiif; to tiro the Farmers of Ilinliland to do to discuss in a friendly way, through the columns of tlio Nrws, stieli matters ns are of inter est to farmer generally and this, no douht, is a matter of somo interest. I, for my part, am honest in my convic tions that the two Varieties of Wheat in question ore the fame. I think, far ther, without hoa.-tinp any fnpe riority of ' judjrtm'nt, I onhl to he able to identify Medrierrineati Wheat, wherever found, ns I have raised hut littls of nnjj either kind lor the last nineteen or twen ty years. In addition to my own judg- j inenf in the mine...

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 December 1858

r ); ' ( v' A A JiA C J 1 C J. L. BOAUDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor. ) Jfamilu laurnal JlfbolA to plus, politics, lcralurc, jricnlfurc, lITadids, c. (Quo Dollar n Tear; i Strictly in Advance. VOL XXTT. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 9, 1858. NUMBER 32. The Home Circle. APPEAL TO A BACHELOR. Pear ChnrlcH, he peraunded to wed, l''or a acmdlde fellow like yon, It's high time to think of 8 find, A lid in nlliriB and cnlli-f for two i So hnve Hone Willi your doiilitK mid delaying, With n anul en ediipted to mingle, No wonder Ilia Indiea are enyinir, 'Ti8 ahigulnr you should lie ainglo! pon't uny thnt you haven't Rnl lime That hueincsg demand your fit lit ion , There la not tho leant reason or rhyme Tn the wiappt exouce you rnn mention, Don't tell me ahnnt "other fiNh" Your duly In dnno when you liny 'cm! And you never will relish the lih, Unless you'vo a woman to fry 'em. You limy dream of political fume lint your wishes mny r lumen to miscarry; I lie hest way of ...

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 December 1858

ixiLTnonouoTr, omo: T.V.:rv 'r, rr. r, 1S.8. s. i, , .'.tii..: :ll a r o s A I V 1. It T I '-i 1 N 0 A (I E NC Y , miYaviau st IV, Y. & 10 SUlc st. Toston, 8. M. rrrTrNoii.i. iV Co., are Argute for lh Nw, mid t)i most i n (1 itentinl and Isrjest ciriiilHlinij Newspapers in 111 United States ml Hi CriukIus. They r solhoriied to con tract for ns nt our Ime'tt rules. A WORD TO OUR FRIENDS. M.iy we not ask our friends and read ers, who think our paper worthy of a more extensive circulation, to make litilo personal effort to increase its sub Acriptinn list for the coming year? This is the fcason when people generally are r electingwhat papers they intend to take. nd we aro confident that each one of our present guWribers, by presenting the claims of the News fo those of his neighbors who do not take it, might ob tain us at least one new subscriber, and perhaps more. There certainly ought to bo no difficulty in persuading any intelligent farmer to take a gond County Fopcr, when it ran...

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 December 1858

Matters about Home. Subscription Terms. Tut IIitint.ANn Wruxi.Y Nrws la published very Tliurnilny morning, mid furnished lo iibnrtri liors on llie following l'rm : MailSubnrrihrr. $1 00 a yi.nr.liivarlnl.ly In advance. It TNo pnpe- sc nt longer than Hie time paid tnr.JXi Six Month, 50 cents. Thrse Months, 1H cent. Town SWriW, M VnT ,n Bn'" Vance; $1 il If pai'l wit'il" fi months; $1 50 at the end of the year. (ITNo pnper topped until arrearage are paid, except al our option. JH Any one sendinir na Ten now subscribers with tli" mniey, will be entitled lo an extra n n v . it rtt I is. II 7 Money msv he sent by mall at our risk, and receipt a will no returned in i ne paper. Subscription Bills. In last week's paper wo sent bills in advance, for 1859, to all our mail sub scribcrs, whose, timo expires with the close of tho present year. Wo hope they will renew their subscriptions nromrtlv bv the loci tin in" of tho new year, ns wo shall bo compelled to adhere strictly to our advance term!...

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 December 1858

Farmer's Department. LETTER FROM "UNCLE BEN." PENN TP., Dec. 1st, 1858. Nf.w-?: T entirely cut nrilr Mll with tln Cim II ll'll I I I H'.l'l !l) I II llll! ( I j i II (sternly itierorisiti'.; pri- ion l li.it, t li o fs'omfy nicTonsiii'.; crt for f trm yro I n f , for th,1 lust, few your, li.-is liccn cmusivl by i renter in rroiio mining that portion of our perm l.it.ion who nro consumer alone, tliun there In been nmii" producer. In early rliil'lhoml I wns tan -;li t tlifit every cfTcct proilueeil must li.ivo a cruise mifTtciont to proiluce tli:it c fleet, or, in other word, no fountain can rino high er than its Houree. In every country whero human in dustry in loft untratnulod by the tyranny of government, each branch of indus try will ultimately find its level in the ncale of profit. Homo occupations, on nccount of their being more laborious or mora disagreeable, will, ns they should, afford better profits. It is upon this theory that wo can account for the increasing reward tho fa...

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 December 1858

rl n xx V1 WfA ,J fa ' I An f W V Oj 1 v , j v ' r- - " J. L. COARDLIAN, cfamiln journal jSJcMcfc 1c JTclus, )oli(ic5, literature, Agriculture, Iparhets, &t. Ono Dollar a Ycai; Strictly in Advance Editor and Proprietor VOL. XX1T. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. .DliCKMBKR 10. 1858. NUMBER S3. c-lH; I i ; ! Ml MM M J PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. THANKS GOD FOR HELPING HIM OUT OF THE KANSAS TROUBLE, AND FOR SAVING THE UNION. Fellow-eitizens of the Senate and Home of Representatives. When we comparo tho condition of tho country nt the present day with what it was ono year ago, at the meeting of Congress, wo havo much reason for grat itude to thnt Almighty Providence, which has never failed to interpose for our relief, at the most critical periods of our history. Ono year ngo the sec tional strife between tho North and the South on tho dangerous subject of slave ry, hud again become so intense as to threaten tho peace and perpetuity of the confederacy. Tho application for tho...

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 December 1858

(Continued on 4th Page.) On, Simple Ill III I it irnishod will, l;'HH for Dim tl mini l.t. ,'! , 'i 'I- -' i inns v jf h i I' Mexico, nn.l 'villi zr.il nml tin) c-nf Im ti : r. 1 : . t v . of tl..-,i i v i r 1 1 1 1 1 e 1 1 1. I his duty i l.i i in i I n r ri 1 1 c ii s Solne r r i -i nut of tho violation of prnvnion of the treaty (if I i.'ttl l.ilupo Hidalgo, nnd others Yroni gross injuries i a persons uh we injuries 10 persons us wen ns prop- city, have remained unredressed and even u n noticed. Pcironst rsnccs against these ,M iev.-i M'-iM havn lieeu addressed without effect tn that g o v P I' ii in p n t . Memtiiiir, in various parts of therepnb li'1, instances have boon mi morons of tlie murder, i in prison in c n t ami plunder of our citizens, ly different parties clainiiti" and exercising; a local jurisdiction; but the rriitral government, although re peatedly urged thereto, have made no effort ritlier to punish tlie authors of these outrages or to prevent their re currence. ...

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 December 1858

This will Vo dono without pny from tlio dopartiiiont, over nil roads whoro Iho travel will ri'inunornti! the contractors. TIichO rcconitnciulations desorvo tho n-rnve consideration of Congress. A PACIFIC RAILROAD RECOMMENDED. I would fifnin call your attention to the construction of n l'licifio railroad. Timo nnd reflection havo hut erved to con firm me in tho truth nnd justice of the observations which I made on this mihjoct in my last minimi message, to which I lie;: 'leave, respect fully to refer. It is freely admitted that it would be inexpedient for this government to exercise, tho power of constructing; tho j'neifie railroad hy its own immediate agents. Such a policy would increase tho patronage of the Kxeeutivo to a dangerous extent, and introduce n sys teni of .jolliing nnd corruption, which no vigilance on tho part of federal of ficials could cither prevent or detect. Thin can only he dono by tho keen rye and nctivo nnd careful supervision of in dividual und private interes...

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 December 1858

(Continued from 1st page.) cr .! p ii (i ii r in ; ii'- Ii r Id ! 'i i n v. ill 1 iii f i n 1 ( i 1 In ii r-T t', i ; 1 t on tin ir H"i i' I n tliis rr.' j i i ! wo oi rnpy .1 ill.', i' 'lit iiiti'n fro in the jnw cri ill' Diirnj Culm is f 1 m 1 1 f, w illiin -- M. i i' mi r i-liurr-v our rum inrrco with it i fir t'pvifrr ilian tlint. of nny otl.cr n:i inn, i nrlihli n ir Spain it.-wlf, nml our citizens arc in li.iliils of iluily "nil x ton K'.l pcr'-KTi nl i ntoremir.-so wiih every f nit (if tlio i:'l:inl. It, is, tlicrcfnro, n p-cnt. ericvn nco tli.it, when nny difficulty oociiii, no matter liow unimportant, wliich tnit;lit ro.vlily Ik! pcttli'il nt tlx; moment., wo slimiM In; nMijml to re-sort tn M.nIrM, i-.-f cci.-illy wticn the vory first Mop to Ik; taken tlnre is to refer it back to C'ub.i. CUBA MUST BE ACQUIRED IN ORDER TO PUT A STOP TO THE SALVE TRADE. Tho (ruth i.- that Cuba, in its existing colnni;l con iition, m n constant source of injury finJ annoyance to tlio Ameri can...

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