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

life V I X '"7 11 x . -4-- ; V AT"--'-" x J. Ii. BOARD LI AN J Editor and Troprictor. ) J'amilu ounuil glcbotcir la Tcfos, politics, !fifcr;t(tirc, ggricnlturr, Tarhds, iOno Dollar a Year; I Strictly in Advance. vol.. xxm. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1859. NUMBER 27. w r ;T iiiii Aqs urn Grovcr and Baker's CELEBRATED Q J FAMILY SKWI.Mi ! 3NTcrw Gtylco. Prices from $50 to 8125. Vllh Hcinnicvs, $5 Artlitional 495 Broadway, New York. 10 Summer Street, Boston. 58 West Fourth St., Cincinnati. 77 Town St., Columbus. J. L. BOARDMAN, Agent, Uillaboro, O THESE Machine! tew from two spools, ns purchased from Hie More, requiring 110 rewinding of thread; they Hani, Fell, Uallier and Stitch in a superior style, finishing each seam by theirown openrtton, without recourse lo tin hand-needle, as ii required by other machines. Tliev will do better and cheaper owing than a seamstress can, even If she works for ane cent an hnitr, and are, unques tioiiHhly.lhe hell NacUin...

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 November 1859

Who is Brown, the Leader? SKETCH OF CARY. JOHN BROWN, THE LEADER OF THE INSURRECTION. [From the New York Herald, October 19.] CVjtii'i T ii Hinwn ouiifratcil to Kan n I'rnni (Ynli.'tl New ork in tlir i ll) of 1 - .")!"), mi'l nfi'onii:inif(l lV fcvrn funs, llio 'i'U nircst- luing old rnonli to fin n liin livoliliiuiil. Tlic lii tli j'liH'o of llrown is nut positively known Id tin' wriiur, lnit report Iim it tluifc lio vis lmin in Kentucky, llu is about fiixtv y'.ir: of n;:o. tic is nliout ini'iliuiii liri:ht, slim, imisfMilnr, mid m fi'sin :in iron roiiMittition. lie lian Mno pyo, slinrp f. :i t it r'-i ami lin pr.iy linir, wc-iriiiLT n full lnirj. In I'oi iM,!) 'r, 1 "-.")."(, diirin tlm "Sli.m non Wnr," liiowii lir-4 in a do Iih fip paranco ninoii; tlm lici! state inon nt Jj.iwrciipii. II is entrance into the place nt once attracted tlio ntlontion of tlio peiplo toward liiin. llo broiiL'lit a wnjroii load of cavalry sabres, and was aeeoin pa nied bv twelve men, seven of whom wi re...

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 November 1859

Matters about Home. A County Fopcr for $1 a Year. Relieving that "a Nimble Penny I" I'--t.-r than n Slow Sivpnnro," wo adopted llio Cash Hvstfh on tli 1st of January, "'- . and re duced the price of our paper lo One. Dnllni- n year, piivuble strictly in ai.van.k. We find tho system In work well, and nro convinced that it Is mnluiilly advantageous to our sub scribers and ourselves. tun WiM'kly Krus . In published every Tni'Rsii . Y Moiininii, nt thn olfiro on Main Rlreot opposite the Con rl House, oil tlie following HAIL SUBSCRIBERS, 1 ropy I jr'ir, 00 t; iiioiiili, i :t months, Invariably in Advance. ITTN'o postage, to any l"rt of lllfl county. (I jrNo paper sent In mail longer Hkhi the limn puid fur. Subscribers lira not ifii'd xx hen their time is about to expire, by bills unclosed In lli paper. Q j'Moucy may lm sent liy mail at our rik, and receipts will ! foturnod in tin- paper. BXAny 0110 (lending m Ton subscribers hihI the money, will bo entitled to one copy for hii 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. — 3 November 1859

Farmer's Department. For the News. Thoughts about Agricultural Colleges. In Mr. iipirnit. "When, in t!m cnurn" of human cvonM, it becomes, nooeary" to buiM up nnl establish institu tion of learning among mnn, it is na tuv.il, ro Hon:ib!( tunl right, tli.it there ulioul.l lo diiT'rpnce of opinion nnd n 1 1 111 en t pxi.slin in tlio mintls of in dividual composing any community, in renrd to tlio measures proposed for ef fertini tlio pftven end or oljorl. Tbore fore) we do not expert the principles of truth, justice, nnd r i ? 1 1 to lose any thing by bc.inar thoroughly diseusseil ami canvassed, but, on the other hand, that these principles will receive new strength and support, the bettor they are understood and comprehended, and in consequence of this discussion, the publ! mind will bo better qualified to form a correct conclusion on any sub ject at issue-. We are liabbi to form erroneous con clusions, if wo deeido without deliberate thought and investigation on any sub ject of impor...

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 November 1859

v Trl l . v i G V ; V J. L. BOARD LI All J Editor and Proprietor. ) iamib ornrnnl gcbfltcb to Ileitis, politics, fitcntfurt, gtgncitlluTr, uhcfs, c. . 1" VOL. XXIII. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1859. NUMBER 28. Grovcr and Baker's CELEBRATED FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. Prices from S 30 to 8123. Willi Ileiuiiicrs, $ Additional. 433 Broadway, Now Tork. 18 Summer Street, Boston. 50 West Fourth St., Cincinnati. 77 Town St., Column". J. L. BOARDMAN, Agent, Hilloboro, O. 'ITIIESK Machines sew from two spools, ns -L purchased Iron the store, rrquiriiiK no rewinding of threud; the y Hem, Fell, Outlier ami Siltch In h an pnrior style, fi n (m li i n if each aeum by thcirown npeartioii, wltliont recourse to til hand-needle, us I required by other machines. They will do better and cheaper sewing than a seamstress ran, evu IT she worki for ene cent an knur, and are, unques tionably, the hetl Machintt in the market far family sewing. on account of their aimpl icily, dur...

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 November 1859

THANKSGIVING DAY. Proclamation by the Governor. I'm AMMifir ns (Im t!iMi'r.il A.onilly of )lii .y a joint ri-"l'i'i"", ri'loptcl nt tlu-ii : . I !.'' t-;" I ""a to p- vminr. .liv of I'llANKIIV INil 'AMI I'buh to Ai,vi-iii-rv iiiin, I licrobj (J. ;ir ' ll'i 1 pel . t Thin -!"!, ih' - I'A '".' 'JYr.,"'W) 1 s." t) bo ilcvotf 'I ly tin; pooplo of tliis State) to tirso pacri'il duties. Anil I ri sprct fully nn.ro nil c"ol citizens tlmt, put ting n ri . ! i orl i n n ry Ihimiich", tlu'y n ihmiiI.!.', that d.iy, in ttirir ivsportivo places ol wor-hip, miJ olfcr hihVimoiI t h r 11V h to our Heavenly l'';i!liT for nil tlifi I.Umuiilm wlioivwith IIo liatli llooil u n-i a Nation, .n n Slato, ami n I ti Ti -vi'lunlx; nnl t.li.it t'uy join to Hirst! of forinir 'f (Ir.nifinli) rind l'ruise tlioir f.'i'Vfiiit pr.iyoe Ho will continue? nml multiply Hi irrnro an il f.ivnr upon tin anJ our l.iml; tliat our T ntit utions may Ins fisUlilUfiol in rilitcunone; tint wi.il.iin an J knowlodo may bo tlie Uta...

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 November 1859

Matters about Home. A County Pnper for $1 a Year. Lnliovlng tlint "a NiniMo Penny in Net lor tlmn n Slow Sixprue."," we adopted tho Cash Svstkm on tho Istuf January, , mid ro cluced tlie price of our paper lo One Dollar n year, payable strictly ti ahvancic. Wo liud tlm system to work well, and nrs convinced tlint it Is tiiuliiully advantageous lo our sub scribers and ournol Ivn. Tlip Higlilnnd Wcclily IN'cws In published every Tfii'tisiMV Monvimi, nl Ihe bfl'irn on Mill n street opposite llio Court House, on tlio following T XTXrTVT.'l. HAIL SUBSCRIBERS. 1 copy I yvnr, 8 1 0) ( IIIOIItlK, 50 " :t ntoiitiiv, 23 Iavailably in Advance. , JTNo postage lo uny part of the county. UTNo paper en nt by mail longer llian the time paid fur. Subxci ihors arn nolifii'd when their time in nliout to expire, by bills enclosed in tli paper. II rMoiioy niny ho scut by mail at our rink, and receipts will lie rotiiriif.fi In Ihe paper. ll7Any one sending us Ton subscribers nnd the money, will bo entitl...

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 November 1859

Farmer's Department. For the News. Thoughts about Agricultural Colleges. CONCLUDED. An jour w(Ml':y corropondeMit thinks Huh tho ni i ri point (it i'Hio between n -mi 1 I lulinit it is pno I will look l'.u'o f irllirr into tlio. f rartirnliility of l.in' r.'l tlial is iu'fci ary in onr (."'"i M'i iiliufit). l'irst, wliat would it con' to r.rpni'tl tlinn so m to furnish the TV ..nircd feil.ir? Sec-ond, who would 1)C I ' ... roqnircl to pay the ex pen..- V cull it , ,, ... ..,.-,. lo..' lie tho laliorin man, cr noire one clsci TliO KchofiMn.ro built up ana mpportfll , ,. , , .. .i .,. .y J.rr. t t.,-nhn, and every cup, nnl matter who 11 1. 0VTTh.1t liin OCCUra- lion, is require 1 to contribute li is por tion. Third: What would be tho com parative cost of rstalilishing those Com mon Fohooll on tho "c.rp.indtd" P J3- tpin, end supporting them, (which would havo to bo done by taxation,) nnd of establishing a few Agricultural Colle ges in caeh Plate, wliicli if properly con ducted, would ...

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 November 1859

f - ?4H f i of jh if ff! fnonSS'i ianultr annml glcbotcir io "gtlw, politics, literature, grimllurc, Pirlids, c. Ono Dollar a Year; Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXI1T. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1859. NUMBER 29. PARTI TOR SALE .VT jTV- BAnOAINI rHAVR n Farm tl.nt 1 wish to sell, enn tiiini ng HO acres of choice land, nil u iider fsnce, and ill good rcpsi r ; 2HO acres in a good tatn of on Hi vnl inn , si I wnll l with clover send and timothy, exrept what Is occupied with the present rrop ; fill acres of (rood lim bered land, well Willi blue grass. Tlio Farm In well calculated for either stock or praln, h-( 11 jt well watered wi th pond springs.. The buildings am almost new, being built In 1 HIH n fin,, large two-story Brick Dwelling 1 1 o u bti 1 1 1 oT the best materials nnd In Hip mnut approved work man -I ike sty I", wc fi nlh d, Willi pond airy cellar under the whole hnilili up, gnon Hri ng and spring house, and nil n (ices miry out-buildings, even ...

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 November 1859

Very Important from Brownsville. NfW Oltl.K. v", Nov. 12. TliO Prill nf tl.N city '' 'lislws a Jotter, ilnto'l Cor f in ('In i 'i, November 7, vVich Fiy that it is alnf-d:. r.-rt:iiii tli.it Mm town nf llrDwrmvi'!'1 lini I'iII'Mi intu tlio linnd. of "frtiii-i. Tlifl M'icin flno; wns flying ni i point, four niilrH nl.nvn tlio town. AW communication tunl ricon cut off. Tlio r-ntirn mpu t:i t !nn on both Miles of tli o llio (irando win in nriiics Willi t lie Intention of cstcrminntin?; tins Ameri cans, ami rocniniiiorint: tlio country to tlia (.'oloimlii rivor. lie news, i ron firiiifil I) y Mm n f!i davit of chirons of Cam rron county, wlio wire ol 1 irrl to fly for their liven. Another affidavit siys Mint tlio frontier of the T.io (irnntle if in a Ft'ilo of war. Corlinns in sustnlncil hy tlio population, linrncst appeals nrc tnniln for n i 1 by the Americans. Eitihty Men wero n'l v n ti ci n ' to tho relief of llrownsvillo, hut they will have to cn counter TOO of Cortinns' men. ('ol....

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 November 1859

Matters about Home. A County Taper for $1 a Year. Believing tlint "a Nimhh Penny in Belter than a Slow Sixpence," we adopted IhnCAsii SvsTm on tho 1st of Jiniunry, 1h."i7, and re duced the prion nf our p:ip.-r to One Dollar n year, payable slrioily M advance. Wo find the system lo work well, and firo convinced that it Is mutually ndvnn tagcous to our sub crihoril R i) I onracl vca. Tho IHslilnntl Wcokly ,fjv In published every 'I'mi'bsiiav Moiisinc;, nt the eflieii on Mni n nt root oppos'ito tlie Con rl House, en tlie following; II AIL SUBSCRIBERS. 1 copy I r:ir. (i moiiilio, rto " :t iiioiiiiis, a.j Invariably In Advance. DTNo postage to nny port of thn count y. II J'No pnpor font b't mail longer than (lie lime paid fur. Subscribers are nnl ifi eel when their lime is about to expire, by hi I In enclosed In tin paper. B ".Monoy ninv ho soul liy mail at our risk, and receipts will lo rotiirnoil In I ho paper. BJ" A hy ono sending im To n an lisr ri bes end (lis money, will bo entitle...

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 November 1859

Farmer's Department. For the News. Take a County Paper. BELFAST, Nov. 11, 1859. I'rAiiSin: I, fir one, tun Tory fond cT your "Farmers' 1eptrt mont," nml in j f rnt look h for "Uncle Fen's" n.vne wlion I get llio Sr.wn, for I Kko to roil liin letters in your paper. I know tliat (ionic of tis nli-cidy knew ninny tilings tli.it lie fny, liut lio Iriti the m to our mimls, and then wo poo tlio importnro of fccti timely on tlicm. Now, our first tliou'lits should lo, low wo can pot tho greatest nmmint of work done by the '.it labor, ami lmw to m.ikc tlip niojt of our property with tlio le:jt ex pense. Tlieso two things nre of the first importanro to nil laboring men. I ennnot toll bow any person cm Jo without a pood paper, and I boliovo that it is every person's duty to support a county pspcr. Your pnper only conts two trntt a week. Why, I bnvo known persona to spend hoard to go to their neighbors to Lorrmc a pnper. Had they worked tho eamo timo, it would have yid for your paper for ono mo...

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 November 1859

r AX ( rr r r VL-j i I : j.-v V r V ' i ' ' Y ; 1 , 1 ' I iV J. It. BOARD MAN, j Editor andTropriclor. ) & Jfamifo faurnal glcbofclr ta gfclus, Joliltcs, fifcrnhirc, gjricnllurc, Slarfufs, &t. Ono Dollar a Year; Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXIIT. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1859. NUMBER 20 STEVENS Cc MARCH, AT THE "OLD KHLMIILK" "CASH CORNKK," Have a 1rp mid very desirable slock of Fall and Winter Woods, cavstsTtNO op IDrcaa Goocla For Ladies' & Grntlrmcn, CLOTHING, II.1TS, SHOES, AC, Which were purchnscd in Philadelphia on very advantageous terms, and which they are desirous of showing to their customers and the public eeuerallv, Iieinjr satisfiod that all that in necessary to mako them ski.i, rapidly , Is nn exam I mil ion ot t ho (ood s mm n compar lion of prince with other houses. Having bought our Good some weeks Jjatcr in the Season Than our neighbors, nnd at n large nrci.iNK from early tricrr, we are confident onr pri ces wl II be, fo...

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 November 1859

Latest from Virginia. Cn ARrFTowN, Nov. 1?. All is now quiet in this town, but the military for ces nro nnsmpntinjr,. Tlifl burns, stack yards mill implement, amounting in aluo to pflvral thoninnil dollars, bo lnnerinT tr Ih'.yfrt . John Burns, (loo. II. Tain an Mr. Shirley, nil of whom wors juror in tiio ricent trials, have boon I'UriioiI. Hon. Alexander Hunter professes to ba convinced tint an attempt will bo tnndo to rrseuo tlio prisoners, and a let tor from Urb.ina, Ohio, addressed to Ilrown, written in ciphers, which bus been deciphered, tells bim to keep in good spirits, that bis friends aro inns torin nnd will drop nlonj ono at a time. Colonel Pnvis telegraphed to-day for 60H ndditionfil men. WAsrriMnTov, Nov. 20. Tho ropi went from Richmond, accompanied by Gov. Wine, arrived hero at seven o'clock thia eve, and will lento for Charlestown on special train at ten o'clock. On arriving at Charlestown, tho troops will go into encampment, and remain until after tho execution. 'Noth...

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 November 1859

Matters about Home. A County Taper for $1 a Year. Hellevlng that "a Nlmlilo Penny I" Hettcr than n Slow Sixpence," we. adopted the Cash HrsTr on tho 1 t f January, IKr7, nncl re duced Hie price '.i our paper to One Dollar n ywr, pnyaltl"- strir-lly im aiivancf. Wn f'niil tlin syslem 'o work well, nud nre convinced Hint it In mil ttiu Ity advantageous to our sub scribers and ourselves. The IIIs'lmil VTkly In published every T'limsiiAY Mohnino, ut the oflici on Main street opposito tlin Court House, on tlie following HAIL SUBSCRIBERS. 1 ropy I yriir, SI OO ii itioiiilis "( ' :t moiiilio. Si Invariably In Advance. II TNo pontage to any purl of thoconnty. H FNo paper sent hiim.nl longer tliiiu (lie time paid for. Kubscriliers lire not ified w lion their time is about to expire, by bills unclosed In the paper. It 'Money may be sent by mnil at our risk, and receipts will be relumed In tlin pnper. BTAny one sending u 'Pen subscribers end Ilia money, will bo entitled to onn copy for hit tro...

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 November 1859

Farmer's Department. For the News. LETTER FROM "UNCLE BEN." Something About County Fairs. PENN TP. Nov. 1859. Iu r it r 'i).rim n: I lmvo ItaJ it In cotciriiti.r fur foiiio time tu say few words l)out Fairs in prnorul, as well nn to give you some acrouut of uiy vinit to Hons County Fair in particular I nlao attonilod tho (JrecnfiuM Fair, and rony hftvo ft word to pay about it. I wna kindly proscntcd with ft com piiircnta.y ticket to the Host County Vr ht r.no of tho Mjnts, while at j " our County Fair; whero I hope ho rc coifod tho attention that politonrss do mnnii from tho officers of ono Agricul- Jiir.il Society towards thone of an adjoin tnrrrnnntr. Tint bo that as it may, I ...0 maolvcd to attend, nd as ft matter of eour.o to taVo my wifo along, that wo mi.'ht ontov too-other a sight of what tho farmers of Kosm county could do. Aftr pleasant rido by rail, we wore net down in tho "Ancient Metropolis," took ft hasty dinner with ft friend, and then, all ctigorne to boo the sights,...

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. — 1 December 1859

C7? ( d - c V v V i I ! 1 J. L. BOARD MAN,) Editor andTropriclor. ) ifanulfi lourniilgcbofcir ia Tcfos, pities, Sufcntfurc, Agriculture, Jtarhfls, c. Ouc Dollar a Ycnr; Strictly in Advance, VOL. XXI1T. IIILLSBOROUGII, HIGHLAND 'COUNTY, OHIO, TlIUItSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1859. NUMBER 31. fP' : j f' mill rr:T! if. id' 1w '1 ' I ' I 1 J' ''I I I STEVENS c MARCH, AT THE "OLD ' HICMAKLK" Oil 13 "CASH CORNER, ft Have a large mid very desirable stock of Fall and Winter Goods, CONSISTING OF Drcoa Gooda For Ladies' & Gentlemen, CLOTHING, HATS, SUOi:S, Vc, Which were purchased 111 Philadelphia on very advantageous Ierni9, and which they are desirous of showing lo llieir customers nnd t lie public ptucr:il I y , lieing satisfied Unit all that is necessary to miiko them rki.i. RArim.Y , in an examination of the Ooodsiind a compar ison of prices with other houses. Iluving bought our Goods Rome weeks littler in the Season Tlmn our neighbors, and at n lnrfto dkci.inf from iaiii.y pricp.s, we are co...

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. — 1 December 1859

From Charlestown. CHARLESTOWN, Nov. 26. All in now comparatively quiet. H'o linvo rxoitiii r rumors occasionally, b it wo sro polling iinod to thorn. They have been m numerous that if ft genu, ino n r tin k vrns nuidn, the people would ha likely to eonnS W it a lionx. The Howitzer Company of Richmond, which returned with iov. Wiio, arrived here to-d.iy. Gov. Wino profciips to have reroivnd inform ition, nTtor his return, which induced him to send tho compa ny hnck. Tho barns of Tlio. II. Willis wore net on firo yesterday and destroyod. Loss $2,000. From Charlestown. CiiAni.r.sTow.v. Va., Nov. 23, I M. Saturday nnd Sunday tho town was crowded with Ftraners mid military. Extcnsivo preparations tiro niak i ri for the reception of the additional military forces now approaching. Churches aro all taken possession of for barracks. Sentinels arc nightly firing at imae-ini-ry foes, and a number of citizens liavo narrowly escaped their bullets. Sunday niht tho military confidently expected an...

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. — 1 December 1859

Matters about Home. A County Taper for $1 a Year. Believing Ihnt "n Nlmblo Fenny Is Belter tlinn h Slow Sixpence," we adopted the Cash Svsttm ok tho Ipt (if January, 1"57, and re duced Iho prion of our paper to One Dollar n year, pnyablo, strictly I nvNi'r.. We find the system to work well, and nre convinced Hint it Is in 11 tn ally advantageous to our sub scribers nncl ourselves. '1 lie IIIkIi!:iihI Wrrkly IVcws Is published every Thursday MonitNn, nt the office on Main si reel opposite tlio Coil rt House, on tlia fol lo w i ii 2 T n II TVT i . HAIL SUBSCRIBERS. 1 ropy I ycur. l i iiioiiiIio, -to :t mouths, 72 Invariably in Advance. ITTNo post a en to nn y pnrt of t he con nl y. HTNo paper sent li'i miil longer than llie limn paid for. Subscribers nre notified when their time is about to expire, liy bills enclosed III tli paper. II rMoney mny be sent by mail nt nur riik, nnd receipts will lie returned In the pnprr. lITAny one sending us Ten subscribes and the money, will be entitle...

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. — 1 December 1859

Farmer's Department. Farmers' Ice Houses. In onlor to secure- tho lirncfU of tlio ion crop of winter, tlio preparations tnuit all 1)0 inn. Id licMrcnann. 11 mu farmer would rnjny tlio luxury of n lump of ioo in tho hot fcnion, ho mint lay in his own supply, irnl not, liko tho rooplo in cities. tJ' j.pn l upon the ice wd-otiR, w'.ii.h l.ri 11 .- it to their iloors, d.-iy hy tiny. 'I'h'i fanner mny take nl-vanta-o ot" this nf!e'ity of having Ms own toolious'3, to innko it smhscrvo the cV.ublo purpose of furnisliiiip; his ioo, nnd olso furnihin n cool room and cold bntli for (luiiy purposes. Fur this, the hove mny he constructed, with two rooms, nido by fide, with tho lino of the ioo room a few foot, hi-hor tlinn tho floor of tho milk room, so that tho drip ping from the ire can bo convoyed along tho main shelf or sink, in which tho milk pans aro to stand. Tho ico loom must ho m.ulo with double parti tions, with a foot or more space between, filled in with dry tan bark or Pnwdust, well...

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