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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 29 September 1859

4 A 3 i v v. v C: J. L. BOARDT.IANJ Editor andTroprictor. ) ih Kaunial Jlcbiitclr Jo Tcls, )oIiltC5, $d(cr;tfiu'C, (jricul(urc, Tav!icls, ftc. IIILLSiiOIlOUGII, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. SLTTEMBKR 29, Onc Dollar rx Year; Strictly in Advar.cc. VOL. XXI TI. 1 859. NUMRKR 22. V -' I III ! II l! I I; J Wi : I II i : 11 . 1 : IqI j V-s ) VjJ v Political. Exclusion of Slavery from the Territories. SPEECH of DAN'L WEBSTER. which Tn tint United. Stuff Senate. August 12i, 1813. (HW.J of Daniel Webster. Volume 5, page ofll.) So much for the preliminary question. Now there nrc two or three political questions arising in this rase, which I wish to state dispassionately, not to ar gue, but to state. The honorable mem ber from Georgia (Mr. Berrien) for whom I havo great respect, and with whom it is my delight to cultivate per sonal friendship, has stated, with great propriety, the importance of this ques tion. (Tho exclusion of Slavery from Territories.) Ho has said, that it is a question ...

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. — 29 September 1859

Communications. For the News. For the News. A Brief Review. IM Umi, I ! I ' !; IT Ftl.l- of t!io HilN- n t.t..,i U ' '.V list, iii'i null In l! lioio !,izM'i, I fin. I t'ir.'i? slim t not.' oiirt from Mr. II. f.) you, inpiir'Hf; I lie n -l i ' f 'Nemesis," v'"ir reply, int' rtiiin - 1,'mi it H I'r. J. M. Juiiti'ifoil. of f!,w ' ..; nn.l a tl.ir.l, to the V.,i fori o f tii' liz.'Mo, from Mr. lliM.cn, in wliirli lid s.iy, "Tlin writer in tlio 'v'imvs, wlio a.-r.n l.imsdf ' cinc-cis,' nivl over tint ?'. t r. l.m rvon aJ'il in,; tno, is 'r. J. M. .1 ..!i n-l .m, of II il! l 'uo, n 1t'i!,it iiiomlirr, ns well fn 1.1- !'T, in (!i. smio (I.uh'Ii villi myself. Hu A's.-ii'.-int If ins the l'ortr. n tlie si vvo rnrvi f on.lrin'. slior4) l.rf n further 7si',cr to ?i i,r fic itfl'fhf of ' Jt'rmrsif.'" Now, J.'t tin r.i'!'T look f. 1 1 ' v nt. a from'urnt fori Mi re in tlio " r. inrirka of Mr. IIiM.n, a? aiiovo .-pinto.!: ".Is f rin j in.';' ''ll:.; (!. ii.'ii' t i n tin' Jr.;" '-tin? i7,o.',. (...

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. — 29 September 1859

Matters about Home. A County Taper for $1 a Year. Believing that "a Nimblo Penny I" Better than n Slow Sixpence," wo adopted tho Cash HvsTrm on Dm 1st of January, 1"57, and re duced the price of our paper to One Ilollnr a year, payable slrlctly in aiwanc. We find the system to work well, and nrs convl need tliBt it In inutiinlly advantageous to our sub scribers Biid ourscl vp. Tint UlRliliiinl Weekly News Is pulitislmd every Tiiiukiiav MonviNu, nt tlio office on Main streot opposi to the Co urt House, en tlio following oo . HAIL SUBSCRIBERS. 1 coyy 1 year, 1 4! moil lit, " :i moiifli!, Invariably la Advance. OTNo postage to nny part of tho county. 0 TNo paper sent by mail longer llian the time paid for. Subscribers nre not ified when their timo is about to expire, by bills enclosed in lb pnper. BT.Monoy may bo sent by mnil at our rink, nd receipts will bo roliirned. In the paper. ILTAny one sondiug im Ton subscribers and t lie money, will bo entitled to ono copy for It is trouble. F...

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. — 29 September 1859

.11 to I 'in l'mi mli v irilt'iV S i . lie hi 'n r it r i.'. n 1 I v n'n to in n q u n 1 1 1 y pi V i ! " 1 "i n I mi 'I i f,' f,. 1 Cf.nl.-r l.7r, Lor? I aMern, Cnt I' ".ri . ' nrn Plows, , "... hi.!l are told 1 o wer I ! , ''1 thry p r ii nl -.1 'r In-fore, and w.r- Pl.'l N I' '.-I I f.in r much e i peine to j i ii fit tjiio'l nirt il 1 or I oi ii in sml nve sue f ir .-.f ill iiiMin a mT.oient quantity nf t'lK'i; UlAST IrcM, which Will Ii" f'T I'mxH nnlv.ll ln'ini; tli" only meinlthiil rom biuo the nT"Bnf y hiriln with Ili rciui i I e ii re n j I ii . IS'olwil hstuiiding Ihe extra ex pee I v i II still Hell I'd I n in t Ml els. ST' lVF."t. I continue to mnks lh lieat CnnU S love vr nmde In th is place. nrrant edfngive romp!' In sal isl'm ti.in 111 every re-np"-t. I n f.-ii'l, ih-y nre no well known, and I ii (1 . i ti n ml fn much abend of the iiip!y, tlifil u .'ii"'!iv advertisement Is useless. BELLS. i"rjinllinn Bells, for Forms, Churches, AV c, and nil oilier cssl'ires made in ...

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. — 6 October 1859

I II I I - I II I . . . . c3ri ,rn- . fi a "T m tup ?JiV rf rf n- I b 1 1 m 1 1 (1iJ : I s J. It. BOAHDMAN.) Editor andPropriclor. ) if 1 V V Dfboffir ie Tctos, pilics, liffPliirf, ggiiculluTv, Itavlufs, ffc. (Ono Dollar a Tear; I Strictly in Advance. vol.. xxnr. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THUIISMY, OCTOBER O, 1859. NUMBER 28. JJj Communications. For the News. Senator Tiie;h nnrltho "Truth of ITis-tory"--Tho Trim Origin of tho Ordinance, of 1787, and tlio Tolicy of rrohibittDg Slavery in tho Territories. In his speech nt Rat.ivia, George E. Pugh, candidate for United Stales Sen ator, Bomctime3 called "Ohio's talented f'oung Senator," made tho following; listorical statement. Let us cxamiuc its historical correctness: "Virginia surrendered all tin? territo ry northwest of tho Ohio river, and she authorized so much as now constitutes the State of Kentucky, to become a scparato government. North Carolina coded what tit present is tho State of Tennessee, nnd Georgia and South ...

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. — 6 October 1859

Communications. For the News. A Card. Jin. l'HP'K: I perceive that I n'm pnn.'iinr. -1 i'l the CilU'n, in nn Jndc I pn K'lit Tick- t, m civhH liM for Hen ri - r n t ti vo. Thi hup been dono wholly wilhout my knowledge or fon'unt. No one over spoko. to mo upon tlio subject, prior to tho nnti'mneoment of my name m above, nnd I know I never n iitlior!z"l tho IMitr to make it. An 1 whihi I do nrt approve tho rulo al t''t at this Into ( tj.p-j-'i tiijii Convention, divid inir tho "..ri'lhl.-itcH to either wine: of tho Opposition, I wi.'-h my mime withdrawn from sniil ticket, tu I am not. n can did -nto for paid place, and rcinest tho pub liention of this Card in your p,iper. Tlio Opposition candidates, for Uepre Fent.ilivo Mors. J'1!' and Miller, are Hi y epcei.il fiiondu, and they f ti all have in v cordial support. ILit fir recent M'kntMA, find tho death of a filter, thU matter wouhl have had mv nttention nt nn earlier dav. Oct. 6, 1859, ISAAC WEST. For the News. The Importance of the ...

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. — 6 October 1859

Matters about Home. JOB PRINTING. "Wc liavo just purclnfcl n new .Wi clunc, Jnh Frets, which will cnnLlo us to execute, every variety of Job Print ing on tli o shortest notice, nnl nt prices to Filit tlics times. Morohnnfs nml others wnntincr T'rintinpr, will enn Bult their interests liy calling on us. The County Fair. The. weather was unfavornMo dnrinpr tlio first nml pccoik! days of the Fair, which no doubt kept many of tho peo ple nt home. The third day, however, was more pleasant, though Mill cloudy, wjth nppcarances of rain, but notwith standing this drawback, the attendance tar surpassed that of any former Fair lichl in this part of the county. The crowd on the ground during Thursday certainly did not number less than ten or twelve thousand, nnd by many was estimated to exceed that. The receipts amounted to nearly SHOO which, w ith the subscriptions still unpaid will pay all tho debts of tho S ooicty and leave a handsome surplus in the treasury. This result is gratifying to al...

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. — 6 October 1859

ng attention to the nuiidry xli la return my sincere thanks to n generous public., who have no lllinrnlly patronlz-d ins during the pnsl year, "'! ' virtue nl wln'-li purroii I n able to iu crxio IN.. j 1 1 1 1 1 1 f y ami improve the quality of my 'Vim A . I'l.Drt'fl C'rtT Lever, Long's Pattern, Cast H inn , C or ii Plows, iV1'., which are sold lower t Fin n they ever wore before, nuil war ranted. I'i l NTs. I hnvn col" l" milch expense to procure nod metal for Polo's and have suc ceeded In securing a sufficient quantity of I'.ot.n" Hi.ast lmN, which will I'" used for J'ii 1 1' on ly , 1 1 bei hit till on! y metal 1 1 1 : t com bines the necessary hnnl noun with tlie roqni- i t hi rr. ii f t Ii . Notwithstanding the extra ex po u. 1 will still m-1 1 I'u in l "t i'i1' els. STOVES. 1 roiilinue lo make the best Cook Slovoever made In this place. Warrant ed In give r n in i ! t satisfaction In every re spect. Infuel, Ihcy are so well known, anil tlie ili'iii'Uid no much ahead of tlie s...

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. — 13 October 1859

(i f 9 3 : ' 5Av 1 ! V A c V. J. L. BOARD MAN,) Editor and Proprietor. ) Jjitmilir 3ffurnal-)cbi)lcii lo Xl'cfos- politics, ikriidirc, $ijricn(lurr( tt;ulicl.5, tit. IIILLSHOllOUGII. HIGHLAND COUNTY. 0J1I0, THURSDAY. 0CTO1H4U l-'i. 1859. One Dollar a Year; Strictly in Advance. VOI,. XXIII. NUMBER 2.1 (I f I ti r n - - VS. Z . ' 1 J 1 I X f !: WWlV.y Grovcr and Baker's CELEBRATED 5 FlMYISEMXIi IMflllXH. Prices from SoO to ? 1 J.". Itli Ilcnniicii, Ailrtilion.il 495 Droadway, New Yoik. 10 Bummer Street, Bofiton. 50 West Tourth St., Cincinnati. 77 Town St., Columbus. J. L. DOARDMAN, Agent, Ilillnboro, O T JIIF'-.-iF. Machines Hi'W frimi two spools, as .L purchased from the store, rec u i r i 11 tr " rewindinj of thread; tliey Hem, Tell, tiather anil Ktitcli in n superior style, linishinir each Romif by their own opeartiou , without recou rse to thn hand-needle, na is rnpiireil hy other machines. They will do hettsr and cheaper RiMviug tliiin a neuinstress ran, even if she works for onr...

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. — 13 October 1859

FOREIGN NEWS. ?y the. steamer Can via, Liverpool rl,.tn to thr-LMlh !-' feml cr have l.een receive. 1. 'I'lr- f' mm irr.; rue tln most, interchn"; If "ins of news : Tli" 1'arU rnrrrspnmlent of the I,on rlon spectator, w nn 011 f,rvr'r,l occa sions comnitinicnloil early anl nutlieti tic news, assorts that Napoleon ncccpt? the plan of (tie Kinir, of tlx? Tcliri:i n, which is to rive the fortresM-s of Vv chiem nml Mntitnn, ntol tho Stale of Vnrrnn nml Minlona, to Snt'linia. to re inpUtc tlic House of Lorain it) Tusea ny, niJ restore the Legations to the J'ope. After the introduction of a variety of reforms, Veiiitia is to have govern mental institutions ami !in nnny of iN own. under the Aiclultiko Ferdinaiol Maximilian, v-ith the title of (Iiantl T)ukc of Venitia. This stipulation ha? tlio. conenrrenee (f Austria. A Conference, is ftl?o to he held at l?ni3?eb, presided over hy (he Kincr. This letter is dated on the evening of L'2d ult. The Taris Patrie has an article which partially co...

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. — 13 October 1859

Matters about Home. A County Paper for $1 a Year. relieving llinl "a Nimble Fenny is IVtler than (i Slow S i miic ," wo adopted ilic C.tsn SvfiTFM on the Lit of .lanttnry, lu, and re duced 1 1 in prim of our paper to One Hollar n your, payable strictly in amvivit. Wo j'i ml tlm M'stein to work well, and urn convinced Hint it 1r in it 1 11 a 1 1 y iiilvanln;;p,)iis lo our sub. aoribors nnd ourselves. Tlie Ililil:nil AVocKly rv I pulil isliorl every TinnnMV MnuvtMi , nl I he rflirn on Main short opposite tin- Canrt House, on tho following HAIL SUBSCRIBERS. 1 ropy I yriir, sl OO " ii months, ."o " :t month, . Invariably In Advance. UT'N'o postage to nny part of thecounty. H rNo pnpor font In mail lunger llian tlio lime paid for. Subscribers a ro not ill ed hen tlieir time is nhnul to expire, hy bills enclose,! in tli paper. I r Money may he s"itl hy mail nl our risk, nnd receipts will lie returned In (he paper. IIJ"Aiiy one semling ns Ten subscribes and tho money, will he entitled to o...

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. — 13 October 1859

Farmer's Department. For the News. LETTER FROM "UNCLE BEN." How to Make Molasses from the Chinese Sugar Cane. PENN TP. Sept 21st, 1859. Friend Boardman-. I tVmk I prora Uoi the readers of tlio Nrw nomo time back to give thom my experience in inn kin Sirup from the Chinese Cano. So much bis beon said and written on tlii nubjcot that it would eem usoloss for mo to tax your readers furthor; but be lieving that muoh that has beon paid U but little to the purpose, I will try and etata what I learned by my own experi ence tho two past seasons. Many persons that have written on tho suliject aro moro intcrcrttcd to sell Mills and 8xtores for boilin;-, Mian they aro in ro (Iking a good article of Molasses. I have tried pitting lime, soda, c;;'s, milk, blood, and all such things to clar ify it, but have no hesitation in pronoun cing them all a humbug. ' My plan is simply tlii.. To the Grst place let tho Cane get as ripo as possi ble. Don't be frightened if tho fro. should kill it, though I wo...

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. — 20 October 1859

J. L. BOARD MAN,) Editor and Proprietor. ) iwwxxk journal gltbulcb io gUlns, )oIilics, fifcnifuxe, ggriculfurr, liTarlteis, t. One Dollar a Year; ) Strictly in Advance. VOL. XX1TL HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1859. NUMBER 25. Grover and Baker's CELEBRATED FAMILY SEWI?g" M.ltlILE. Now Stylos. Trices from $50 to $125. With Ilcmmcrs, $ Additional. 493 Broadway, New Tork. 18 Summer Street, Boston. 53 West Fourth St., Cincinnati. 77 Town St., Columbus. J. L. BOARDMAN, Agent, Hillsboro, O rrillESE Machine! sew from two spools, ns X purchased from the store, requiring nb rewinding of thread; they Ilcm, Fell, Gather and Stitch in a superior style, finishing each seam by theirown opeartion, without recourse to the hand-needle, aa la required by other machines. They will do bet tar and cheaper awing than a seamstress can, even If she works for sue cent Jour, and are, unques tlonahly ,the be$t Machine in the market for family sewing, on account of their si in pi i...

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. — 20 October 1859

irir nrorounir, puio: The Result in this County. Wo congratulate the opponents of tho A Jminiffration upon tho chooring vic tory which tliry . liavo achieved in tho ceont election in thi county. Tho re mit roves Icyoml doulit I lint a decided majority of (In peoplt of IIi.;hlanJ are oppopoJ to tho measures nml policy of tho Democratio party. This wo have for ftomo years Lcliove J to ho the cane, bnt Iierefofore, that party, although in a minority, has been nUo to secure power through the unwise divisions of tlio Opposition. We rejoieo that hotter counsels have at length prevailed in the Opposition ranks, that, tho voice of the majority is onee more allowed to rule, an. J that it lias given an empha tic and deserved rchuko to tho doctrines and practices of modern sham Democ racy. Tho large vote cast in tliu county is an indication of the seal with which the contest wan fought. Tho Democracy were thoroughly organized and conG dent of success, but for once our friends wcro eju.-il!y ac...

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. — 20 October 1859

Matters about Home. A County Fnpcr for $1 a Ycnr. fiolioving 'tlinl "n Nimble Penny Is Petlcr tlmn n Slow S I spnirn wo adopted thn Cisii Kystpm on thn 1st of January. l".r7, nnd re duced tho price of our paper to Onn Dollar n your, payable strictly iv aovanck. Wc fi ixi thn system to work welt, and m e ronvi m cd that it is mutually advantageous, to our sub scribers and oursel vos. Tlifl IllRlilsuul Weekly Nous Ik published cvory Tiit'inn v Moiininii, at the oflir.e on Muin 1 reel opposite tlic Court House, on tli o following HAIL SUBSCRIBERS. I copy I yvnv, l OO ii months AO :i tiionlliv, a A Invariably in Advance. B7No postage tonny pnrt of theconnly. (LfNo paper pent In mail longer than the time paid for. Subscribers nro not ificd when tlii'ir time in aliout to expire, liy bills enclosed ill the pn per. HT.Monry niny be senthy mail at our rik, and receipts will h" returned in the paper. IDAiiy ono Bonding ns Toil subscribers nnd tlio money, will bo entitled to one copy for li ia...

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. — 20 October 1859

Farmer's Department. Hints for the Season. I. J'a'lcn lio. -1 early, ni it ran 1c dune c-ni.-r in mi! 1 neither than ilnr ir,r t!iT o .1 I v.th-r of t'ie latter fart of N'ovrui' iT nti'l Iiri i iriiii'v, and. Ic il'j, early f.M..)K'.l pi'ik always! livings n lustier prion in mullet. Hooves aro now Imiii!? slaughtered fr packinir. ti n J tl. "a w ill continue until pork pnok in0' lie-ins. Hindi stork ns you ileiro to (n!l will 1 r i n r f'H'.l a price, now, in all probability, it will weeks licnon, with tho advantage of a Having in fool; if tbey nro too lean, r,;ol pii.-ntifiilly with such fool n fatten rnj'iiHy. II. If corit is not yet cut, or killed by frost, cut it noon; shook in tlio fiM until dry; then liu.k and nib it. Talc care Hint it is not put up in a wot condition, in piorly vcntil.itod cribs, as in that easo it. will be apt to mold. Save all your Ktulks, leaves nnl husks for feed, as tbey will assist lrnv leriaHy in ckcing out the short crop of Iiay. III. How wherever and...

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. — 27 October 1859

f r 1 1 7 I V V J. Ii. BOARD MAN,) Editor and Proprietor. ) Jamitir Sjumal--itl)Dtc5 la gfctos, politics, literature, fldcnllurr, arfccls, fft. llrr VOL. XX11T. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, TIIUltSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1859. NUMBER 20. m1 FT; i ill y " I t r 1 Grovcr and Baker's CELEBRATED FAMILY SETOO MACHINE. ISToatv Gtylco. Prices from ?50 to ? 123. tVltli llciiimcis, H Additional. 495 Broadway, New York. IB Summer Street, Boston. 53 West Fourth St., Cincinnati. 77 Town St., Columbus. J. L. BOARDM AN, Agent, Hlllnboro, O rpiIESF. Machines bow from two. spools, as JL purchased from the store, requiring no rewinding of threud ; they Hem, fell, Uumcr style, finishing- each am by tlieirown openrtion, without recourse to the hand-needle, a is requireu oy machines. Tliey will do better and cheaper newliig than a seamstross can, even If she worka for ens cent an hour, and are, niiques tionably.the best Machinri in the market for family sewing, on account of their simpl Ic.ity, durabi...

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 October 1859

Efic pjMaito plus. hit : "ocouok. onio: Thnrr'-.y, :::: C.toW 7, 1853. The Harper's Ferry Affair—Further Particulars. From tho numerous .tfUomentq con rfrnlnT; thin extraordinary alT.iir, with wliirh tli o daily papers have been EiW fi'T fonio days p.'l, we condense tho following I rief ncrounf, which wo hrlieTO to bo correct in every essential particular. Tha plot of tho insurrection nppear to havo originated with Capt. John Urovrn, inoro faiiiilinrly known ns "Old l?rown" or "Orf'awot.niiic I!row," who distinnished himself on tho Free tatc ni.io during tho troubles in Kansas. No emigrated from Summit county in this Plate. IIo hail a son who was ta ken prisoner by tho pro slavery men, and so barbarously treated ns to cause his death. This, with tho death of two other Fon.1 who were killed,, sx asperated tho old man, and he swore to hive venpennee. He became n mono maniac on the subject of slavery, and believed himself an instrument select ed by Providence to brinj about tho emancip...

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 October 1859

Matters About Home. A County Paper for $1 a Year. Believing (tint "a Nlmhlo Penny l Better (ban n Slow Sixpence," wo adopted tlm Cash SvsTr on the 1st of January, 1K17, and re duced the price of our paper to One Dollar n year, payable strictly is advancR. We find the system to work well, nnd are convinced that it is mutually advantageous lo our sub acriberd and ourselves. Tim IIIIiIiiikI Weekly Iovs In published every Tnrnso v Mohnini;, nt the oflieo on Muin street opposite (he Court Iloiide, on (ho folio wins HAIL SUBSCRIBERS. 1 ropy I yesir, St lllOlllllS, It IIIOIltll. oo .10 '2.1 Invariably lu Advance. DTNo postage to any pnrt of the roiinty. DTNo paper rmt by in iil longer llinu the time paid for. KuIjhctiIkts are notified when their time in about to expire, by bills enclosed in the paper. J "Money niny be sent by mail nt nur rink, mid receipts will be returned in the paper. 0"Anv one sending n Ten subscribers nnd tbe money, will bo entitled to one copy for It is trouble. ILTSu...

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 October 1859

Farmer's Department. Corn and Wheat Crops of 1859. l'rom Itin Cincinnati 1'rii'o Current fit nst w k cnnipilo Ibe lullowin infnnnntiiHt in rc'-anl ti tlio Corn ntnl n neat eroPH 01 mo nest, i no l rice Current Rays: Wo finH tli at. t!m Corn rrop hnn rna- tlire.I frc'Jy p . 11 1 r :i 1 1 y 1 1) ron c;l)l) n t. the rntird Wet, nnl imno of rnn-icjnenco lins 1'cen injurcil Iiy (lie frosts of tlio pant week. In Iliimiin, thcro is no doubt that tlio crop is a Inro one; pome of our correspondents cstiniato it threo times in larc ns that of l ist year, and some even mora than this. In Missouri there is no doubt that the crop is very food, both as regards quality and quantity, nud from the letters from various parts of that St ite, we think we do not over- rstimnlfl it when wo call tho yield double that of last year, and the quality of the corn very superior. In Indiana the crop is nlso lare, and new Corn is sell ing nt 20 to 25c. A well informed gentleman, writing from I'urlington, Iowa, pa...

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