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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 3 March 1859

,i J. L. BOAI1DL1AN,) Elitor and Proprietor. ianiitir journal $ckifct ia Tclus, ulilics, literature, glgftciilliirr, Tarltcts, &t. HILLSBOROUGH, IIKxIILANI) COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1850. Ono Dollar a Ycai; Strictly In Advance. VOL. XXIT. NUMBER 44. The Home Circle. From the Ohio Farmer. HAPPY OLD AGE. BY HOPE E—. Meekly she nltteth In her easy chair, Bhe of the faded cheek and snowy halrj Calmly find gratefully she lookolh back Through the long pathway of her earthly track, And b'esaetli Him who now to her hnth given A peaceful setting of her sun at even. What matter now that In liar ea rtler diy, Iter footsteps often pressed a (horny way? Thut (rriof, and pain, aud cars, have left their tram In her bent form, and on her wrinkled fare? What mntlor, now, that aha ia nciiring Heaven That nil her dearest earthly ties are riven? F.ach aorrow, that ling made Ita impreaa there, Has gently piifwd, ami left her aonl more fair; And In the calmness of her sun-net hour. Her blensi...

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 March 1859

1 1 o t !! tli'.r-n'l It'". Two cf ,r.H vm. rut i! '"n, ft n 1 the m yy,-i, ti.o r.ct ti.it ,-r.x.iir. I. an.', he 1"' t 1iU , . , io 1 ! ii. 1 l,im ci t 1 . r - 'i t' fit) C 1 c-, l.U ) n- o r I n v tha 1 iv"""' : !:! H ('ir-e mni a r- i !i t lie rnciuT, and t he v Jell . i ' .. . Vi, ., . in I j in n pi "1. j j f,viuJ. (m l is-b.ir-oj through ftzain; nni compared with t ho number cnirnrrod in ili fit buttle, thetownre not, in twenty minut-i, ill many Ecr'tan loft to tell tho tale, tn there were Grecian left by Eeonida nt tha Strr.i nf Tlionnopyhw. That is tho port of Mitine they do. Our ii done with Mexicans and Indi- (Concluded neat week.) The Thirty Million Failure. Sunator S'.idell hf (riven up liis pro ject of ploin,sc thirty millions of dollars Bt the di-p-)?nl oftlio President. It w.ib killed by the ohduracy of tho Opposi tion, Friday ni-iht and Saturday. Mr. flidoll found that bis test of phyi.-nl endurance would not operate, and Sat urday morning nt ono o'clock moved to ad...

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 March 1859

Subscription Terms. Tut If lu'tr.At) YVprKi.r Niw.i Is published very Thurs-liy in or n ing, and f n r n i 1 1 1 1" 1 lo miUrri'ii'M n n the ,r.. I b i n g terms : Vtil SiiliirrHim , j I OI n your, Invariably In advance. II fNn paper sent lonr than the, Hull paid for. J) Si Moutlm, AO cent. Thne Months, !l . rente. Town Si'iiTilifrj, SI OO a your In ad vance; !( If "Ti'l within fi months; SI ."V0 at lhaend of the your. U PNo paper stopped until n rrenrii(rin re i a I i , oept it Our option., f Anv on idln ? n Tan new milnrrlln.ru i ill the miniy , wi 1 1 be entitled lo an extra. Copy, rrntl. II 7 Money m a V If sent by mail at our risk , rid receipt will hn ret nrnrd In (lie paper. tfTMIr. fhnrlr .1. VnnpHt l duly authorized lo receive subscription for thi pa r, ant! collect account one for ttiWrintionf , advertising anil jnli work. Matters about Home. I'iuntino. Wo would remind our friends that wo tire jrcpnrcd to do all kinds of Joh Printing at short notice, tind in a style not to...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 3 March 1859

Farmer S Department. Farmer S Department. Hints on Making Maple Sugar. 1 1 "' ? f r t'lp; in of C'-iime varies. t! '! I t'-j 'i'y nnd t!m clisrnettr of t! ) .. In imny -1iicci, in ordina ry a Inf,: smotint of Bunr is ro(! during February. The business phouli co'iniipnco ns soon us the nap will flow. When? but few trees nro MonloJ to, tlio or j, nary fixture nj utensil used for iioutctiolj purposes will bfl mifficicnt; but where siinr making is a prirt of the business of the farm, tha prove) or "sap bush," numbering from it hundred to a thousand of trees, npeci.il, and in some coses extensive, preparations are neces sary. I'or tupping, a j inch bit is generally preferred. The holes fihould bo 1 J to 2 inches deep, entering only the snp wool, and inclining slightly upwards, to prevent the sap re niui n i n j and flouring in the or i Geo. '-Boxing," or stripping, M CDinlemned, as injurious to tho tree, and tho gush being exposed to the light and" air the wood soon dries, so as to re qu...

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 March 1859

'FY f i If rOrO ! j-' r ( D . i A J. L. BOARDMAN, 1 & lamilit loitntal-gcljolA to fetes, $nlilics, giftrnlurc, riculfurc. &Tarfuis, At. Z-Xt: ZlV Editor and Troprictor VOL. XXI T. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO. THURSDAY. MARCH 10. 1859. NUMBER 45. f "hi j ff. ; ij n K.v 11 The Home Circle. The Home Circle. From the Providence Gazette, of 1822. OLD GRIMES. BY ESEK SHORT. Olil ("rimes in clewl! Tlmt good old man We. nnver nlinll ee more; Ho lined to wear a lonif bluo coat, All buttoned dow n before. henrt wn) open ns tlio dny, 1 1 1 it feelinj;" all were true; Ilia Imir win Bourn Inclined to grey Ho wore it in a queue. Whene'er wns henrd tho voice of pain, Ilia bretiRt with pity burned Tli" lnrgn round bend upon his cane From Ivory was turned. Thus ever prompt at pity's rrdl, lie knew nd huso design Ilia eyes were durk, and rutlier small, Ilia nose waa aquiline, lie lived at peace willi all mankind, In friendship he who true -Ilia e.nat hud pocket-holes behind, Ilia pant...

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 March 1859

t 1 t t i n 1 r t nil, Mr. r.iun cr v?rS to n;, ' J'cnily, I iiitniilc 1 i) i I li i n ;r (it nil; I i j r j '.'ii'-l no insult to your Majesty." lloia lift rnn'cs a -:iiri with (his j'rnpoipi tion, now bv n s o t of f ire" 1 pnl i, warn in? (""all o ' T . r hid lrrs, nod ha wants ,ii.f). ):(,'. 0 to start mi. 11a will never get f .'.0,(1111.1,0111) hy my vot) to hnn ns it miilstono around my encoessor'g neck j p.nJ if ft treaty were ins da in that way, I would vote to reject it anyhow, even at tho risk of lo.in th ?:;0,0')0,000, 'just to vindicate the independence of t li o Senate,, Mr, President, I believe I have ppok cn tienrlr to the extent nnd strength of iny power to-day. The honorable pen-' tlctnnn. from Ttls vsioal ilohi I i t v hud boon compelled to be seated while he spoke. I will not ask for a continuancs to, nny other day, because I know that tho time of th Senate U precious II can only say, in relation to this whole project, that it will restate the coun- try with tho s...

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 March 1859

Subscription Terms. Tur Ilioni.txn WrrKi.r Nrwn Is published every 'I'll ii mil ay morning, nml furnished lo sn Inert hers n ii the fol low t n g terms : M'lil Siihscrilirm, (t I OO n year, I n variably In advance. U "No p:f,r nt loiifr tlinu tli time paid tar, j Six Months, AO routs. Three M n! lis, l . cent. Town Sii'nrrihrr.i , HI OO n year In ad vance; t I if paid within fi mouths; I 5 nt the end of the year. UTNo paper top m( until arrearages lire i t , except nt our option. j (1 Any on nvl i n g n Ten now subscriber wi ill tlii ni niey , wi 1 1 be e n I i 1 1 ml I o an extra copv. prut is. lir.Monny may he sent by in ni I at our risk, n d reoei pt w II I ho rol urncd i n t he pape r. Matters about Home. HiLLsnnao Temtehaxce Kocif.tt. Tlio regular mooting of this Society will lo held Till 8 EVENING, (Thurs day) at tho Baptist Church. A full at tendance) is desired. Daily Union Thayer Mketino every morning this week at 8J o'clock, t tho Presbyterian Church. The Revival in tho Jr...

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. — 10 March 1859

Farmer's Department. Cultivation of Fruit. TliO r.litnr of tli? Marietta I;itllion cot make, tlio fil!o-.uii prnsililo re inni lii on tliid ul ji'ft, vliii'h are worthy the attention of farmers in this re gion : A tha timo for sotting out fruit tree Ij nppronohiny, we wish to Rr n few woriU to tli g fanners throughout the county in favor of pivin? more atten tion to the cultivation of fruit. The few apples now raised in this country rommnnd the highest market prices. They aro not surpassed in size nr flavor by the product of any orchards in tho United States. The soil and the climnto seems to ha specially adapted to their pro will, and everything combines to product! them in tho pre-itest perfec tion. They are l.o tho most profitable crop raised, considering tli9 cost of pro iltietion, ami as reliable as any other. Why is it then, that our f armers do not cnapo more extensively in tho cul tivation of fruit? Why will they spend all their time anil labor and capital in tho growth of W...

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 March 1859

4 1 1 A rr-1 .i 1 X 1 t vX " 11 X . J J. L. BOARD LI AN,) Elitor and Proprietor. & Jamiuj goitnwl $cMcb io plus, politics, gifcrntorc, gjjricullurf, "gluUs, ' fc. Ono Dcllar n Ycnr; Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXII. IIILLSROIIOUGIL HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, MAIIOII 17. 1859. NUMBER 40. f 1 X I S X I 1 1 1 k ill) i i el) m i Jt. vv. xx jJ Poetry. THE BIRDS OF SPRING. Slntr. on by fnne and forest old, Iiy tnrnli and cottage envrs, Ann tell the waste of coming flowers, The wood of coming l'nv-s; The um sweet no n i tnat o'er (ha Mrlh Of nrl lost blossom ring, And caught its mimic from the liymn Tlia star of morning Bnnj. It hailed tlia radiant path of Fprlnjr, Iiy stream and valley fnlr, And o'er tlia earth' pn'en liill-topa, when No step hut hera ws there ; And liko tlio laitrel'a clft of Rreen, The violet' depth of tilua. It linn survived a tlioiiKnod thronan, And yet tlio song la now. Nov aa we heard it In Ilia year Whose memories still aru young. When life' first ralnhowo'...

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 March 1859

The Pike's Peak [...] The Pike's Peak [...] ST LOUIS, March 12. 1 (! t hoiiinr,'! ft i ) i Vff n rri ,' -., fa t i'" i t' t t The Wanderer's Africans. v i v !, . fi'-iit in n ' Hi !-, 1 0. "mj t union lution to tli capture of n 1 " 1 id 'n o I (no Aim-fins lnJ'l by tne liver Ko.loi-pr, l.y the) L nitcd t Utos ocm. It il Bill that tliey were taken fi" ii tin cuvt.jijj of, (lis oSi-pii, ft n 1 u!-"0 iiiQiitly re-nrrcs!" J. It is feared" that tU5 runt'; ;it will result in LloodslicdL Imprrrtant from ITexioo; New Ori fan", Mnr. 12 Th trntn li!; Tcnnrfic9, with dates from Vara Crux to tho !hli inat. Iiai anivnd below. A I'Rffi lind nrcnvrcJ near Cordon, in which tb left winp; of Miramon's armj was rnmjilrtcly routed by Ihi Lilicrsla. fiinunon lout one hundred in on killed, threo cannon, 300 muskcU, and ft liirre quantity of ammunition. Gen. Ilc'olndo wm preparing to march on lliorspiul wilh 10,000 men. Tim I,i!)rl bad cnpturcJ Ouanojuato and Atnoscalicntas, Loss of the Neosho Mail Confir...

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 March 1859

Subscription Terns. Tn TImrtr.Ni Wnmi.f N-.v I pniillahd every Thursday monilni;, and fiimiihcd lo subs" risers n ii i ho fnl In w i n g term a : M'til .V'cri''r, I OO a year, I nvariahly In advance. II TNn pup"r sent lonnar than tho time paid for. p Six Mouths, ftO conlii. T'hraa Mo ol h. i cents. 7Wi S'l'iirrihrri, m Of! a year 111 nl vauee; $tl'.ll if paid within fi mon'.ha; 4 .10 lit the dikI of the year. II .vo paper topped until arrearngoa art paid, except at our option., n Any one ending n Ten new subscriber with tin nnney, will b entitled to auextra copy, gratis. S. M. PRTTOKIM, & COS ADVHIITIPIN; agency. 119 Nassau St., V. i. 10 state st. Huston. S. M. ruTTrKin.i. At. Co.. ere Aentg for the Nxw, end the most I n (1 iienlial end lureest circulating Newspapers in the United Stale end the Canada. They are authorized, to con tract for iih nt our Inwrit rntri. Matters about Home. April Ejection. M. FrTon: Please announce thai H. R A. JONES will be supported a candidal6 for C...

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 March 1859

For the News. For the News. "UNCLE BEN" to "UNCLE JOHN." 1 1 lut n ' 1 1 nit', n t n : ' r in c 1 " -T. 1) '.'ill "? I n-ii pli l () poo ',' .-1 Mo mi oM no pi. I! I a n aorry we ! j u oi so iiii"ortant o no iloult, "hud I b"e.n in forty ycnr? ih:o," I flioull i ra fiTor of cattle running at jSri, n m u i.' h m I would li.ivo been in favor rf (lie oil rloiT with woo-len liiuuM-bonnl, or of pounding my corn in a bollowo l shtrrp in front of my cab in. Hut, "Undo John," wc nre a pro gr.'s: va people tho pnoplo of this Plate aro emphatically so, or they would nov t hive ma 1(5 OMo what flic now in in so short a time; How was this done? 'fii it by the stand still system? do in(T; ns our fathers did forty years ago? Or was it by trying what sotno are pleas ed to term "new-fangled notions'? "Uncle John" sny3 ho "is opposed to a law prohibiting cattle and hogs from ruaninj at larg", for th.o reason that it would oppress tho poor." Now is it any pood reason, because a man is poor, that be n...

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 March 1859

C VI ('' A A s ft krrf Trfr! t wr nfll 1; I ... v V v. J. L. BOAIIDMAN, Jamil journal gcbutrb ta Tctos, )oIitics, fittraturc, ritiillurf, iirlicfs, t. Ono Dollar a Ycai; ) Strictly in Advance. Elitor and Proprietor VOL. XXIT. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAllCU 24, 1859. NUMBER 47. Poetry. LINES WRITTEN ON THE DEATH OF LITTLE Ella Gatch Shoemaker. Who died October 23d, 1858. BY HER MOTHER. Our little F.i.i.a, lovely pet, I cold In DMh'i ernhrnce Ai iweet child eVr you mot Among the human nice. For rlghtom months the fircslds Willi in lie diil mirround, Bui now Imr loely form dotli lis Beneath the culd, damp ground. For ncnrnix mouths nmong the rrst She mn aliont the yurd, And more than infant sense possossod, To merit our regard. Hit penrli wns plain for one so young, Her looks anil actions guy, But now In-r little prattling tongue Liea silent in the cluy. But Heaven took the pleitgo of love Which once to us it envej Her soul htm gone to rest above- Ilei body's in ...

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 March 1859

('." d. t 1 t t' '7 t , P n I i i? nil 1 . Ti- i t n n I I'm . " n - I ! . -i t, t heir f nr. Meial i"ir v n r i 1 r:i m ilfj. to rnch ftlior; nnil wiry vm tlio prcit l.oni vihctvn thimcnni ffoti to In nt f nt f.I.'nint-.l, nn 1 from which they n ir oltainr 1, wo cnt'Mtain no manner Cf hnU." r.', t jet satisfied with tlia rttent of .t t ; ! -.itions, ho used Gin, 000 or $17, C ") of tho puhlio money, after the term itf hi (' f. h i I r.r'ire I, in purchasing t!ie "Cnnihorlnnd i'nvinp:t Hank," also in tha Ftata of Maryland, ni he put down to the Slnfo k loss of 13,000 n reuniting from his connection with this l).mV. In connctinn wilh Jehn O. Camp iinJ Chnrlen L. Johnson, he alto establiehcJ tha "Elkhart County 1'anL," at Uoshcn, Iniinnn. Tho amount actually invested hy Breslin in this hnnk, na atatml hy him, wm $55,708 ", in stocks and premiums; $2,500 in pol J together ?33,203 CO, of whioh there- was refu ndci to him 831. DOiJ 03, lciving a balance of ? 2G.611 73 to tha State a its ...

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 March 1859

Subscription Terms. Tpir Htntir,in Wrin Nrws Is published evory Thursliy in nr n i n if , and furnished to auhseri bers nn I 'ie f ol Ii w i n g te rma : Miil Silun ihrrt, $ OO a year, I nvnrlnhly In advance. II I'No paper emit loner than the lime paid tur.r p Sit Mouths, SO conla. Thrun M nths, 1 . cents. 7i Snhirrihrrii, SI OO a year In ad (! Ml 'it if paid williln 0 months; 81 .( nt the and of the year. B TNo paper tapped until arrearage are paid, except at ii r option. j j . Any one sending it Ten new subscribers willi tlii unify, will bo entitled to an extra PXi gratis. Matters about Home. April IMcctioit Mr. Fiutoh: Please announce Hint B. I!. A. JONES will bo supported nn n candidate for Constable of Liberty township and Mar shal of Ilillsboro, at the April election, and oblige MANY CITIZENS. ninrl7te Ms. F.niTon: Pleas an nou nc W I LI. t A M DOGGETT a a candidal for Constable of Liberty township at the ensuing eloctlou. mar'ilte We are authorized to announce that TR TERW.VA...

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 March 1859

Farmer's Department. For the News. For the News. LETTER FROM "UNCLE BEN." My Experience with the Chinese Sugar My Experience with the Chinese Sugar Cane. PENN Tp., March 12th, 1859. 1 - "N O J' ") vi: -.! AN: I lmve for :'iii8 timo been tliinkirs; of pivicg t'ie Ui lor rif i,1,o Nr.V5 my views nnd ti forionco in tlie Cliineso Hajnr Cane ln'iin1:", but to mucli lias been said ntiil written on thi subjoct that it pcoms )mlly worth tiliiia to write any wore. Hut, it is natural for most people to wnnl iiil'innalioii on all now snlijocfa from porions near limne. Jcsitles, soine may In rci'Icrs of tlio Nrws that lo not reg ularly ro.nl oilier papers. Under those impressions, I will say a low words on ttio subject. Lint .Spring I planted about an acre of Cane, in drills four feet apart, on n piece of ground occupied as an orchard. About half of the trees wcro large, enough to bear, and, of course, injured tho growth of the Cuno considerably. A portion of tho pround w3 not adapt ed to the g...

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. — 31 March 1859

r - ) r ( yrrv y ) '.I . r X I j r J. L. B 0 ARDLIAN, ?1 $ famib . journal glcbfltcb in Tclus, )0lilb, Sufcralurr, $(frintl(tirr, parhcls, c. lOno Dollar Editor and Proprietor f Strictly in Adyancc vol.. xxn. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1850. NUMBER 48. it) i V I 111 , 1 V J C - j . Poetry. SPRING IS COMING! Eprlnj Ueomlnf! Spring In coming! Do ii 'I yo linr lirr in Hin rill, Tripping !ily the Hv. Flying o'er tli tunny lillM S'niiirn leap lo mwt hrr romlnf Wlih hT learning hfitililini; throng: Oln'Uoma Spring ! Willi joy wn givel that", Willi a cheerful voiew of amig! Spring In coming! Spring In coining! 8li In In tlie Kon'lirrn lirerm; M'rrilv Ilia Writs are singing Matin In Hie forrit true. JlfmlKt rioli-l nr prliirlng Krom the glinlsome rnrtli llie whlla, And tlin butter-nips and dalnl - Greet her with a lovor'a mi!o. Spring In coming! Spring l coining! Tlnv I' afl''t vnnturn out; Torrent thul for month have alumlirred, Ilnatrn ai-award wlili a lionl....

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. — 31 March 1859

I - !,!.. li r"7- tut r- I ( ' r , i r i I J 1 1 1 rjV'-.im- 1 i r ' i 1 T . r ' i ) V p ' 1 - I ' -i r 1 . ;' : '''-- t'mi.. ! .? i ' , r . ( -, ! 1 !. i. , - C !!..! I ! : p l,nl I L ; t . i t . 1 ) en 1 1 j o I. Li y p n r port, n, I ..it L v. ) P' ' 1 1 n the best lor tha t'loto. I iifu jVnrTjl that an ipoure, or any vinent pnrfciii n;M, woiili pnl it'!,i n l'ia iJ.Toniive, tuid tit a t my- If ii n '1 mrrtiui, inciiiiliii' Ires!in's nre' f tnv.Mn re t' i: "or l'J I'iPiHn snl (!iosn bcliin.l him to the w.i'.I. I ju !;il that nnj Msfets th nt I'mslin mijht have wouM certainly not ha improved hy Bach measure, and it w.n rpfisnn.iHo to gnppnirj that Ilrcs lin nuj'.t have ioTcsf innnt which would bu snri'iiiNly jenpririlcd and rel uncfl in Yshio hy a publio announcement of his dof ileruinn." Thfl Coiiimittna espresso the opinion that the f 31,000 borrowed of John Thompson, of Now York, to meet the July, '53, internet, w.sa upon Bpnriou Btate stock, which had been purloined for the pu...

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. — 31 March 1859

Subscription Terms. Tii ItiniH.ANn WtfKi.r Nrws Is published every Thursday morning, and furniihcd to aiihsr riher nu t he fill In w i n T terms : M'til Snhirril)rrn, !$ 1 Of n year, ' n vfir iabl Y in advance. J 'No ,t,ivr sent litne'T thnn tho lime p'llil fur. r (1 Six MnutliR, SO cinls. Throo MnntliR, U I renin. 7'nioa KVnTiW , rtlOO rt yenr In nd vnnro; fill tJ If paid within fi months; ftl .JO at theend of the yi.nr. U TNo pun r topped until arrearage are paid, except at our option. n Any onn sui.l in j u s Ten new subscribers, witli ttirt nniiey, will he emitted to on extra copy, gratis. Matters about Home. ftTSubscribers receiving their papers with the aliove mnrk opposite tiiolr nrnieii, will know that Ilia lime for which they have PAID hnt expired. The Annual Spring Election for Corporation and Township officers, will bo 1j .1 on Monday noxt. Rkmoious Notice. Wo nro re quested to announce lliat Rev. J. II It. I, will preach in the M. E. Church ot New Boston, on Sabbath next...

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. — 31 March 1859

t t ! 1 1 tit I o' Mind - I cn). l.n.l I rn r ' y i 'i " " y j n r p rio, i n f t!,Q best fjf tli8 ! 1 I If. i i rn I i. il 1 i.!alo, I vt fearful that an exposure, or iyiil.'ot pi ncce.lin ;, would put on lha Ton live, anj tliat tny- !f an.! mirctioi, including .Jrslin' iitf'', v ,e like' j t n'".'f l'-"i l'j fiiiliin Hre-tliri nd tlioio behind linn to the w.!i. I judged that any Insets that TiCHlin miht havo would certainly not bn improve! by such measures, and it w.n rpasoml In to tuppiia tbat TCro l'.n tii.j'it linva nros'iiicnts which would bt cri''i-!y joopnrdiod and reduced in tiiUio by a f.ublio announcement of hi d jfilcrii ion ." Ihfl Committeo expreci trie opinion tint th o fa 1,000 borrowed of John Thompson, of New York, to meet the Jniv. Of!, interest, wm upon uptirifui Btata afock, which had bcoo puiloinod tor the) purpono. How Gibson Conducted THE AFFAIRS OF HIS OFFICE. The testimony shows that during Gib on'i iHrninistration the bnsincM of the effica ai miserably con...

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