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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 27 January 1859

7 4 . wo; i J A A r c ' r J. It. DOAI1DL1AN, Jjamtlij SauntaljlfbDtfb. io $fefos, )0litic$, literature, (jricnlfurc, Jllarhcts, &t. (Ono Dollar a Year; Strictly in Advance. Editor and Proprietor VOL. XXTT. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1859. NUMBER -',!). l A 1 -JC 1 Mi I V- K.x1' y -nX 4v Ir-V' ILL fa) Poetry. THE WINTERS. BY FRANCES BROWN. not finr them once the chill frrey mornings No cheerless burden on our spl rlts Inii! ;' The lone niljlil wiilcliendiil nolbring u wnrn In Thnt wo wprn tennnls of n house rlecnyerl ; The earlv snows like rlrenm to nil descender!; Tho front diil f;ii ry-work on pnne and bough j Beauty, end power, and wonder hHve not end ed How in it that we fear the Winters nowT The lionc-firc fall at bright on hearth find chamber, The" northern star-light shines an coldly clour; The woods still keep their holly for December j The world a welcome yel for the new year; And far nwiiy In old remembered place The snow-drop rises and 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. — 27 January 1859

Kinr1.!i r-puf'i'ion. If .rin; d i a y -fre 1 lint near fi v o Imnlroil warriors vr.ru p ii i tvr to m-ilo, a (lev-rent tipon r.')its1..r.i. tlifl I c i I. mi en i.f Iiij own family, lm u n i r t 1 1 !v mil cf! -ctc-I lii c'-fip, in ti'n" t put the f.iwn in a state of ii.'!'.Mis. n.i tint niicri tlie fee. nnivcl. Ji.-fiit. w.n entail. upon tbem, in Meal , if lift 8ikci'i wliii'li tbey atitirip.iti''!. Takinac nilv.intn;.ro of the. k non leil .;o ne quired in r.iplivity, I'oone, with n'emi- i'lor.iLlo furco, iiivmlel tlio I Lilian ter ritory, anl after n decisive, victory, went bunk to Kentucky. Tli is r;io n aa tlie. sep.nn of a tins pnrnte conflict io 17M, between llio In dian army ami about two (liousun 1 men, I ml by (fc.ti. Hariniir ntiJ Col. Ilnr.lin. In which tli o former woro vaniui.shcil. l'rom tlin coin muuconif n t of tlio Obi French War till tbu treaty negotiated liy Wnyno, the Shawnec-i worn entered In tnurJoroui forays, upon tbo infant ne tllctncnts, and it i p a i 1 tb...

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. — 27 January 1859

Matters about Home. Subscription Terms. Tut Hmiir.Ain Wf.f.ki.y Nf.w i pntiH-hcd every Thursday morning, nnd furnished to anhscriher on the follow lug term : Sitliscril'rm, t OO 11 year, Invnriably In ndvniien. 11 TNn mir sent lononr than the ttinn (iBtrl for.j-n Six Months, 3 cents. Thrno Month, 'i cents. Town Siihirrihir, Nil OO n year In ml noe; HI 'i If pni'l within r, months; t 50 t thoend of the year. HTNo pnper toppcH itntH arrearages nre pid, except at our option. rf Any one sending u Ten new siiboriber with the, money, will be entitled to an extra copv, prntls. nrMiiiiny mny be, sent by mnil at our risk, and receipts will he returned in the paper. irrHIr. iuti lrs J. Viinpclt Is duly uthorii'd to receive subscription for this pn per.and col loot accounts due for subscription, advertising nd job work. Correction. It gives us great plftasuro to bo able tostato that tbe paragraph pulliihoJ in a part oF our last week's edition, an nouncing tbo death of Citaiu.fs IIotsix 80N, Es...

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. — 27 January 1859

Farmer's Department. Agricultural Reports. Tl.. A rrirdlturul I!. ...r( f..r 1.'7. It r n iiowbW f. .r.i aiileil from tho offi. e of tin; l-'ecret.iry of .v'lato, to tins n l liess nf t It o reepeetivn Senator n n il 1'i'pre- ciMit'itivco, v.hn nre ly l.iw entitled to' il 'I t . ... i i 1 t .,,1 i. i ll c III . I i.t't: mji n if I tj II ' III l cnc i v n 1 1i Li cue of tho rei-i'cotivn County An il:f,irs; hut if not remove. I within thirty .I;iyi, then they tiro, nceuriliiijj ton veso 1 ul in'i I' Ksc l iluriup 1 1 o recent session dl' the Legislature, the lcitimiito prop erty t . r tin; ('nil n ty Agricultural Society in sail ennnly, nn.l m.iy t.o removed at liny tiiui! niiliKi"uciit to thirty (Liys after their arrival, ( il' not removed within tlint time hy thi! Senator or Representative, or lioili, to whom they worn nddre'ed. ) 1) y tiny nf tho ufTii ers of the County Ag ricultural Sueitty, without further pro- Applications nre daily m-nle, hy let ter, as will n in person.nl this...

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. — 3 February 1859

i n ciHI ; 'IV V J i G J. L. BOARDUAIT, damilg Kauntal $tWc& io . JTctos, politics, iftfcrafurc, Agriculture, lavkts, t. (One Dollar a Year; ( Strictly in Advance. Editor and Troprictor V01, XXTT. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1859. NUMBER 40 ' J i Poetry. BOTH SIDES. A ma n , I n h is carrinrre, was riding along, A paily -dressed wifo by his side; Id satin mid laces, it 1 1 e looked like a queen, . And lis like a king in h In pride. A wood-sawyer stood on tlio street, an they , paused, Tim carrlngo and couple lifl eyed , And mid, an ho worked with hi saw on a log, "I Willi was rich, and could ride." The nan In tin carriage remarked to hla wife, "Ona tlilm I would give If I could--I'd give all my wealth lor the n trangl li and the health Of the man who saweth the wood." A pretty, you ng maid, with a hundle of work, Whom fare, as the mnriihit waa fair. Went tripping alniifr, with a arnile of delight, While humming a love-breathing air. She looked on 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. — 3 February 1859

Ohio Legislature. ' I ' 1 ( i ' ; . . .. t J :.r. ; .' '. - t. '. :. t) I my nut he i ' r ' i i f. - r I' n j T cr r, t. in torrst, r ; r ,' tr e j" 1 s:t por cnt. Ih.t Itii 1 1 j f , ' i tha till will puss t!, Ken s'. I't. II u of tliii county, voted ia (In Brmtit. A riiio! jtioik to n Ijonrn on tlm lQlli cf Felruirjr bnt pnscj tho Uoiiso, but fiilu.1 in tli Sonata. A t ill hi pasiel both IIuujk, rfjai r I r. towriiliip Ahi'(1! to nisk return cf (.!) nt-mbor of lieep killai nnl in Jureil j dojM. In the innate, Mr. rflrJ introduced bill to proviJ'i for paoloicnl nnnl minriloiosl aurvsy of tho State. Tlio Senats bill to allow county Com riU9ionerii to reduce the width of coun ty rornH, wis iadefioitolj postponed by tbo Ilutni. A bill b.n asj tha House, tJ pro Libit watchmon nl other polios ofHcnrs from receiving witness foe in criminal cwi. In tho IIouso, Mr. Lents introduced preamble and resolutions, instructing our Sonators rd representatives in Congress to take proper step for a c...

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. — 3 February 1859

Matters about Home. Subscription Terms. Tut UiO!if.Nn Wmiti.r Niws Is published very Thursday morning, mnl furnished to subscriber on Ihe f d I In .v i n g terms : JWiil Suhterilirm , $ I 0(J a yenr, Invariably III advance. U 7Nn paper sent lonper than the time paid for. rf Six Mouths, ftO cents. Throe Mmil lis, i H cents. Tonn Suhwrihrrti, 41 OO it your In ad-Vance- SI 2. if p-,id within 0 months; (t I AO at tli end of the year. ILrNo pnper stopped until arrearages are paid, except at ur option. ( Any nun sending us Ten now ub.crilinrs wi ill tha money , wi II be entitled to an extra copy, gratis. ir.Monny miT U unt liy mair at our risk, and raeelpts will be returned In the pnper. HTMr. s imile J. Vnnprlt la duly authorized to receive anliacriptiona for thla pa par, and collect accounts due for subscription, advertising and joh work. Subscription Terms. TEMPERANCE MEETINGS. Gen. S. F. Carey, Tns Eloquent Advocate or TEMTKa ANCK, will lecture in Ilillsboro, on Snt urday Evening, Feb...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 3 February 1859

Farmer's Department. For the News. LETTER FROM "UNCLE BEN." Two Laws Greatly Needed—To Protect Sheep from Dogs, and to Prevent Cattle Running at Large. PENN TP., Jan. 22, 1859. Fuie.ni IIoaiU) MAN: I nm licmcJ to i .'O tli.it our Legislature has taken noma preliminary stops tovvanl protect ing t!u won! growers of Oliio from the ravage of liii on bliocp; but I feir there U lillle ho pi of their passing law this session to tax ('.", fir the rcn non that the interest of tho farmer is the lust thin;; thought of hy our ofTieo hoIJers. I'opuliirity with a cortuirj pins that pull tho wires nnJ rulo the political machine, i.s the study of legis lators now a days. And these wire-pullers tiro a set of fellows that linns around bar-rooms, shops and stores in our towns and cit ies, striving to live off the labor of others, and sclJoru own anything more than a worthless dog, and perhaps a gun. It is a fear of such fellows as these that has prevented us from having a dog-tax. long ago. It is unde...

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. — 10 February 1859

(f7v- lb r 1 m rr 1 1 l h i - 'hi ii v iv V I ! ' 1 C J. L. BO AUDI-IAN, Editor and Proprietor. ianuhr journal gftolcfc to Ileitis, laities, Suftrniurf- gflrintlfitrf, "ghxkis, fvr. mZT.'.'' VOL. XXU. IHLLSIJOROUGIL HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1859. NUMBER 41 2 Poetry. For the News THE POET'S FAME. "O, tnl I me not" The Poet's lot In ns a silver 'Tis roiiffli end bold An IceberjH cold, Tli on jj h timing smooth it be. The Poet's fn'nn, 'Tin lint a nnmi", A ahndow nim and nli It viinislielh, Like souis I runtr" myth liefer the rushing gale. O, envy not The Foci's lot, Nor Imast what joys line lie; They lire as rare As fluw'ri'ls fair. When winter snows yon see. New Petersburg, Feb. 2, 1859 C. D. B. COMFORT. Cheer up! sweet frlelid, cheer up! I say, Give not lliy heart to gloom, ,0 orrow ; Tho' clouds enshroud thy path to-day, The mil will shine agui n to- morrow. Oh, look not with despondi nij gifli Upon tlione little trifling troubles. Cheer up! you'll nee them hy ...

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. — 10 February 1859

Ohio Legislature. Legislature Summary. Tin f.low ii';r nr? t!i! enlyi'unj of Intcr-'t find" in tie recent J roeccj in;: of t'lio Lrcrislnturs : Mr. IT.irviron's bill t-). punish roJ ac tion pT""'il llio Home by yens C4, nnyl 25. Tlia till provKles tl.at any voiin mnn over 19 yenrs of" .i;t) wlio shall, un der pro m i h3 of mrrri;)i. s educe a youncj Indy unil'-r 13 yenr ot'ne, sli.ill upon conviction, ha confined in tho lon if on -tiary, not less tlinn one nor moro than threo years, r.nd require! tho same evi dence to convict, as is required in casus of forgery. In tlie Senate, tha bill to repeal tha free banking law was pasnod yo:u 19, nays 12. fdr. Pny's bill to nmanJ tho 33tli sco tion tf tho tax law, giving tho ftMMor tiro months instead of one in which to mate their return, was passed, BILLS INTRODUCED. Authorizing County Auditors to cause to bo published, tha proceedings of County Commi j'ronors, in3!iiJ of lcny injj t!io tiiattor with Common Tloas Judo'0. To authoriza conrli ...

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. — 10 February 1859

Matters about Home. Subscription Terms. Title TTiniH.sin Wr.rKl.T Nfws Is published every Thursday morning, nn,f furnished to BtlbsTibers n ii I bo fnl In w t n g terms : M.iil Sithnr.rihrr, $ I (X) n year, i nvnrlubly In adv.mc.n. i rNn p ip-r sent loiiier tbnn the time paid for. fl ix Moulin, flO cents. Throe Mo nl hs, 'I ."i roil ts. Tmnn SnUnliTi, IOO n year In n. ranee; s$ 'l-t If paid w i III I it fi months; nt theeiul of the y r h r . I)f No paper stopped until arrearages nre paid, except nt our option. ,f i Any onn sending us Ten now enticrihors with the money , will be enti led to on extra copv, gratis. lirMnnoy may lie sent by mail nt our risk, ii nil receipts will lio returned in llie paper. Orillr. Chinlcs J. Vnii'lt I duly authorized lo receive subscriptions for tills pa per, and collect oncoutita dua for aubacription, advertising nnd job work. New Fair Grounds Purchased! The Next County Fair to be held September 28th, 29th and 30th. We linvo tlio tmtisfaction of announ...

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. — 10 February 1859

Farmer's Department. Farmer's Department. THE CHINESE SUGAR CANE. t 0 till I ill (ill 1 i.il i V ,lr.l Po it a very f i1 1 nnl intorrilin report roeenlly null to t!m ".--'ociet.y fur I'ro moling ApricijHuro," of that city, ou the cultivation of tlie Chintno 8n;tr Cane, nd tho manufacture of MhI.imcs m l Punr from tho juice. As this is a Bu'ijict of grciit intnrost to thft farmer of our county, wo copy tlia principal portions of tlio report, in tlie hopo that tho facts presented will induce, many of our readers to try tlio experiment of cul tivating tho cano tho coming season. Tlio report comprise i"VO statements, from intelliirnnt, practical firmer of Cheater county, I'onnjiylvani.i, Messrs. Thomas Ellicntt ami Milton Conard, the latter of whom, wo believe, is a near relativo of our esteemed friend and contributor, Benjamin Conahd, of I'cnn tp., better known to our renders nil "Undo Ben." Mr. Ellieott, it seems, planted four nrc of the cane last season, tlio produce of which was 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. — 17 February 1859

4 A 1 a V ; A 1 A (1 '., w c I 4 A S 1 I j I J. L. BOAItDMAN, lamiljr $ottnial gJtfoiA io ftclus, )oIifks, fifcraiurc, ggriailfuiT, "gluhtis, h. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAYnBlWMRlSO." Ono Dollar a Tcoi; Strictly in Advance. Eittor and Proprietor VOL. XXII. NUMBER 42. hip f rr-Yll 1 r - 4 r irs, r r fix y A 4 "V, I 741 l I I : J.v is Poetry. For the News. THE BABES IN THE SKY. The mni hid co me down, and Hod up his steed , Thtitwis not of Arnlii i'n j u Btly funiol br.fed Timlin fiintlmd no bonis, no mmoles, no hair, And fin was Its food, as It tpni through the air. The IHIInon, ns yon (pthsr, confined to a post, Tli in swayed to nud fro, like n ponderous ghost, When two children phiy fully monntod the enr' Unloosed tho ship's niooringi.nnd ssiled ofTafar. The parents with horror their Hurling esptml; "0,lalte nsdnwn, mother," the littlo ones cried. UnguWIfld, the n 1 r-all i float up end nwny, No nrt can avail j but tho mother can pray. "Oh God ! spare m y babes! k...

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. — 17 February 1859

hilt nonouoii, onio: - Tl-'irij, nit I I'd,. 17, IS33. - " " Oregon Admitted. The Lill for the ndirission of Oregon into the Union passed tho House of Representatives on Saturday, and Lav ing previously pri'sed tlie Senate, is now a if. Tho voto in tha House on it final prmogo was 1 1 1. to 103. Fifteen Republican! voted for tho bill, and 11 ultra Southern Democrats against it. Tho A morions opposed it to a man, in consequence of iho' provision in tho Constitution of tho new State, giving tho foreigners. Tho great body of tho Re publicans vory properly and consistent ly, as we think, opposud the bill, mainly rL-ht of iuffraM to unnaturalized on the -round that AWu was refused admission until sho had a population of 9.1,000 and upwards, unloss she would como in under tho Lecompton constitu- tion, which sho had rejected; and that tho sumo rulo as to population ought to bo applied to Oregon. Tho population of Oregon, according to tho best au thority, is less than 50,000; butbecauso she...

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. — 17 February 1859

Matters about Home. Subscription Terms. Tm Ki'ini.tNt) WmcKi.r Nrw i published vary Thursday morniiiK, and furnished lo ubsorihers on Hid following term ! Mail Subscribers, K 1 Ol) a year, Invariably lo advance. It rNn paper eeitt loneer thnn tlm time paid for..rj slx Month, AO cent. Throe Months, '2 . cent. Town Sfilmrribrm, $ I OO a yenr In ad anc; $1 if paid within (i months 9 i o" ai in olid oi ilia yenr. IITiNo paper topped until arrearage ore paid, mcepl at our option. Jp Any one Banding u Ten new ubncribera with the money, will be entitled lo au extra copr, gratia. fl-TMonay may be lent by mail at our rink a nil receipts will be returned In the paper. lITiTIr. Clinrle J. Vnnpclt is duly ' authorized to receive subscriptions for tills pa per, and col Iw-.t nccouuts duo for subscription advertising and job work. Ranger Hose Company. r nil h HAM.; K liH regret lo announce tbat I owing to disnppnintmenl In procuring mu sic, and other clrciinntuiiccs not imceFsnry to name, their S...

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. — 17 February 1859

Farmer's Department. For the News. LETTER FROM "UNCLE JOHN." r n i r v D Toakpm ir: In your isana of Fob. 3.1, your correpori'L.-nt, "Un cle Den," aJvomtoj tho pa-is.i";o of two Iivm, ono to tax do, in crJor tj pro toct tliO wool-roKing interest of Ohio. Tor th:t law I am in, for it would len eSt !! classes of citizens. Many poor men keep I'jvera! worthless dogi, and tlie food neeosinry to keep them well would raise the same number of pigs, bonce tho b?nuGt to tho poor man to raiso pis for meat, and dispense with dogs, which, when half-fed, will kill bIicpd. suck ev:::. and commit other depredations against the peace of com munity. But I am opposed to the other law advocated by "Uncle Ben," to prevent cattle running at largo, for the reason that it would oppress the poor, who would be the only class on whom its pressure would fall. I have now in my mind'a eyo a number of honest, indus trious ana useful mechanics, ttiat have no land, or money to buy with, and if they had, could not c...

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. — 24 February 1859

( J h ,r A V A c 5. P r -i . iv. . i 6 J. L. BOARD1MAN, !1 (familir journal glebjoieb to Itrtus, )oius, ilcnifurr, ritullurr, DJarluls, fa. Ono Dollar a Yeai; Strictly in Advance. Elitor and Proprietor VOL. XXI T. IIiLLSBOROUGII, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1850. NUMBER 48. 9 - 1 r i;T rii T 1 1 3 I v m fT ; r ijif.j l,-i Poetry. From the Home Journal. THE TWO BOOKS. BY C. MACKAY. A lover mid hi hiss I.ny mulling mi Ihe grass, A hook of oldon story, Or love and grief mid glory; The ntniden's eyi'S were bright With pity and d.-llght, And slmyed nut from the book, F.ven for a riKiml look At liim, hrr life's donr lord, Beside her oil I lie swurd, tint reud, with I is ap:irt , Ths loo entrancing ule that ihrilloj Ihro al her heart. The lover's eyed, Iwln thieves, Stole glances from Ihe haves Now to tlio.sa milk-white shoulders, The charm of ull l" li otil-rs ; Now to those sn nny eyes, J Hlue, light bb Paradise; Now to her slimming curls, Or ruby-colored pearls, Whonce...

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. — 24 February 1859

From Washington. N'rv Y, r-t, 1', ',. n T! n HouM's V(i' 'iin -t'ln ii;..;.iii-? m' tli.it tli! roto fifth.) I ;: nn Mr. riic'p' r'ilutinn ! unpen i t'n rul 'H HI hi to tako up ha liil f r a rn i' of tio.iMiry notes, pnrn f; ir ..'L c-iy 1; it tn) n:m bill I'rin f i i u n i'oii in" h"l w it. It a revi-iiui of tin.' tnriS", and tli.it if llio Southerners rcfmo to consent to such a mollification, an cx tra firs'! ion is inevitable. Mr. I'liol ps resolution did not cina 11.1 to from his committor, but introduced to tet the fculin;; of tlia IIouso, and di'monstrnto to Southern im prac'icahliM that thoy coul'l not curry out their views. Tho President will probably sand in this week, should tho dead lock continue;, a meisno calling upon Con gress to do its duly, and provide tho ISovcrn men t with means to on. llo will pi ico tho responsibility w hern it he lonu'S, and express tho determination that no effort shall bo wanting on bis part to avert tho threatened dis'raeo of national bankrup...

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. — 24 February 1859

Subscription Terms. Tit If unium Wrnt.r Nrwa Is putilished vry Thursday morning, and furnl.hcd lo uUsrri Imrs nn the fnl In w I n g terms : Mail Suhncrilirrn, $ I OO a year, I nvnrlnlily III advance. D TNn niir Noiit'liinpnr limn tlie limn paid for. r p Six Months, AO cents. Thrne."Months, 'i !i rents. Toten Siilnrrilirr , KIOO a year In ad vance; ftl ii-s If paid within fi months; Jl .10 nl thaend o f tlin yenr. ITNo paper topped until a rrerngi are paid, except at our option.,) Any 0114 sending tin Ten now an hscribers with the miney, will be entitled lo an extra copv, gratis. IT "Money miv ho sent by mnll nt our risk, and rocelpts will he returned In the paper. ttrHIr. C hill lc J. Vlllllt Is duly authorized to receive subscript Inns for thin pn er, anil col diet accounts duo for subscriptions, advertising nnd job work. Matters about Home. Kf.uuious Notice. Wo aro rcqucst til to any tlint KlJcr David Thompson, of Iowa, formerly of this county, will preach nt Fairview, on tho firs...

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. — 24 February 1859

Farmer's Department. Farmer's Department. How I Manure. In not t ).: Titii r .f January I (mi o r i n ! written by T li I'. I YronuM, to 'i i.'il in.,' suiiio ot your cor r -j p) u ! it4 t 1 1 f o v m bim which is the b t way to apply manure, mo ui to insure a I mm fir tho T.rcs'-nt, nnd si c) a j.ci in.intMit ciii'to'.inient of tha soil Although I have not heretofore a c..iTi"p(n.l.Mit of tli -3 Farmer, have r.r the last T":ir or move, been ! .... t I ii i been very tnus.li inter, sted in it., a a reader; 80 111 jell so, that L do not k,1,'nT hut what I may, in the future, bo tempted to scribble' a litlln for it occasionally. For a beirinniii I will attempt on nn- i...c i th above iri'iuirv. feelini' that I nt b):Ht, thoul.l le better qualituM to answer imi'iiiiei about manures Mi an some of my neighbors, for I was raided a firmer, o.i land w lere mrtnnro was one of the imlispcn nubilities of a farmer, I for without it wo could not rata 3 our seel. In my theory, I will bo obliged t...

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