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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 16 January 1862

8(ii 7. L. BOARDMAN,) Editor andProprietor. ) & Imntlj) gonnral gtboitV io pus, politics, gTitcnitarty Agriculture, nrhtis, fa. One Dollar a Year; ) Strictly in Advfnce. VOL. XXV. HILLSBOROUGH, FUGflLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10. 18G2. NUMBER 88. Poetry. [From the Hartford (Conn.) Courant. THE STOCKING. By iti fires."! cosily AputH, . With npta'! rMlnn )ir ni Tli lively old UIy U knitting A wonlrfnl pair of tow. 81i pltlet thotlilverhiK aohllor, Who In nut In the pelting Aturm, Ami binlly ptlcH her tioeillvi To keep hint hoarty atid wurra. Her eyM arcreoillng the ambrR( But her heart in ufT to the war. For ilie known what thont hrnve-fvllowi Are gallantly fighting fur. Her fliiKem tin well m her funry Are cheering them on their way, Who n trier the good old hmitif r Are naving the country toJy. She pondem how In her flillt1hool Her grandmother med to t'H The iitory of WffK)tinltlera Who fought fo lung and well ; And the in of the Horolution Are nearer to her than h. An...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 16 January 1862

Usui with the republicans, who now generally deny sovereignty in the States.' , Iler, tlipnfs the re affirmation of the doctrine of ."SfaU Rights," whence litre originated all OuV trouble. This doctrine is ro-sffirmoJ, in the free of that articla of tho Constitution, which iay "tho Constitution shall he the su preme Inn of tho luoJ, onjthin in the Constitution or lawi of a Srtj to the contrary not jt he tn ruling" and in the glowing li,Tht of that dreadful experi ence, through which our dintractod country is now passing. The principle end doctrine of Medary's Kansas reto message to which ho complacently and exaltinj-ly refers, is that a Territorial Legislature could poscer. no right of aovcrcinty that it could consequently pass no law, prohibiiinj? "slavery or involuutary furvituJu.'' lie nays the Constitution only ' jw.Yc'a property does not creuto it it i3 protective, not creative. The argument then, is, slaves being made property or chattels, by the laws of South Curolina, must b...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 16 January 1862

Matters about Home. BFIonr, Corn Meal, flutter, tfggs, Chickens, Pork, Lard, and Family jiro dnee generally, wantod on nnbscriytionn t this office. Also, ten or fifteen cord o' good, .dry Wood hickory, sugar, bccoli nnd dog-wood preferred. Matters about Home. [For the News. To the Patriotic! Tho following articles re muoli need ed for th rise of the Hospital t Camp Mitchell: , Blankets, Bed Ticks, Pillows, Pillow Cnsei, Comforts, Towels, Sheets, Jel lios. I'crsons desirous of donating any of the abore articles can lco.v them ot Mr. George March's Store during this week, nod oblige SOLDIERS OF THE 60TH. BQrOur thanks are due to Hon. N. II. Hixson, our Representative at Co lumbus, for copies of tho Reports of the rarious State officers and public institu tions. Hon. Mit.t.s GARPNttt, Senator from the Fayette district, also has our thanks for iimilaf favors. A fine lot of horses for the battalion of cavalry in Camp Crittenden, arrived in town on Mond.iy last fiom Lancas ter, where they...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 16 January 1862

Farmer's Department. Sate Board of Agriculture for 1862 —The Next State Fair. The Columbia correspondent of the Cinoinnti Commercial write! to that paper, under dato of Jan. 9: The Statu Board of Agrloultttre for 18C2 wat organised laat night aa follows: ' President Hon. T. C. Jones, of Del aware; Reoording Seoretarj Henry B. Tor kina, of Warren, Trumbull countj; Treasurer David Tajlor, of Colum bos; Corresponding Secretary John II. Klippart, of Columbus. The other members of tho Board are as follows: Darwin E. Gardner, of Toledo; Win. Powitt, of Clcroland; C. W. Totwin, of Zanestille; N. 8. Townsend, of Lorain county; Jacob Egbert, of Warron countj; N. J. Turney, of Circlevillo; John M. Millikin, of Pettier oounty, Messrs. T. C. Jones, Townsend, De witt and Perkins were appointod Kxee utive Committee. Messrs. Ruber and Trimble, of the old Board, declined re-election. At the meeting of the Board this morning it was deoided to locate the next Stato Fair at Cleveland, provided the peo...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 23 January 1862

J. L. DOAItDMAN.j Editor andProprietor. ) lamtlji loiinral Mt!s to JJctos, frillies, filcrato, (jritnltitre, ifforhtfv fo. One Dollar a Year; ) Strictly in Advence. VOL. XXV. HILLSBOROUGH, IHGIIL1ND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23.. 18G2.. ' NUMBER 39. 2 I J Poetry. THE PICKET-GUARD. "All quint alnni; th Potomac," thoy say, "Eicspt now and thn a stray picket In shot a ha walks on III boat to and Iro, fly a rlflaman hlrt In the thicket. 'Tli nothing a prirata or two now and than, VIII not count In ths nsws of rlio buttle ; Not an afflcor lout only ona of the men, Moaning out all alona the death-rattle." "All quiet along tha rotomao" to night, Where the soMlsrs Ha peacefully dreaming i Their tents In the rays of the clear Autumn moon Or the llaht of the watch-Sroa are gleaming. A tremnlonselgh.M the gentle night wind Through th forest-leavea gentlr It creeping, While atari up ahnre, with their glittorlng tyes, Keep watch for tha army la ileeplng. Thnre'a only the aonnd of the lone ...

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. — 23 January 1862

HlLLsuonouon, onio.. , v Thursday. Jan 23, 18C2. l !. 1 r 'J - - - "''""S LATEST NEWS. LATEST NEWS. GLORIOUS VICTORY IN KY. Total Defeat and Death of Zollicoffer. ! , w I .coffer. ( . r We cony the folituvlnjj cheering news from the Cincinnati Commercial 'of Tuesday morning: , I Out render ore swnre tint tlie rend Oc. Zolllcoffer, with a force exMrnati'd et about ten thousand men, linn, for omo wefts, been strong!? posted on the north bank of the Cumberland river, a Jew miles below Somerset, in Pulaski county, Kentucky. The Federal Geo Schoepf, with a force of about seven thousand men, has been at Somerset. holdiir the rebel in cnerk. General Tbomas, until aobut a week since, has bean at Columbus.' In Adair county. II moved forward by the Jamestown road, -with the apparent intention of poltinp i a the roar of Zullieoffer, cut ting off his retrcal and bagging his ftrce. Zollicoffcr, ascertaining the na ture of the movement, and seeing he must abandon bis position or be sur rounded, b...

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. — 23 January 1862

Matters about Home. " 8JFlotif, Corn Meal, Batter, Kgg, Chiokens, Pork, Lard, fend Family pro duce gonoralljr, wanted on subscriptions at tbia office. Also, ten or fifteen cords of good, dry Wood hickory, sugar, beech and dog-wood preferred. It is reported that there oro sororal canon of Small Pox In tho vioinitj of Now Boston, six miles east of town. . . We learn that Lieut. Poggett's sick ness proved to bo Small Po instead of fever. At last accounts he was improv ing. - - The heavy rains which visited th isro gion on Saturday and Sunday, seem to have been general. The Ohio river is t flood height. ' ftaTRtiniore are in circulation that the Small Pox has broken out in Camp Mitchell, but on inquiry we loam that tho report is entirely unfounded. Tbcro are several cases of .Mansion, but no oilier sickness. Marshal Doggett requests us to give notice that he has money in his hands, rent by members of Capt. Buck's Caval ry company, as follows: Henry Smith, for wife, 810.00 Ceo. Hulsc, fo...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 23 January 1862

Farmer's Department. Convention —Patent Office Report. , We suppose we cannot giro oiir read ers in the country suit infornutioir tf Er6ter interest tt the present time than that which relates to the important en terpriee about being uixlortakan in the North, with tho view of,Bupi.ljrif -the demand for Sugar end Molitsses, ftt least for home consumption, through gene ral and svstcmatio cultivation of the Chinese and Affioaa Sugar Cano. . The Convention of the cane-growers' of this State, recently held at Columbus, was well attended, and brought out some' valuable facts connected with its culture and tho improved manufacturing pro-: ceflsos discovered by" actual experionce, which wUl be of groat utility to those who have sufficient intelligence and en terprise to make a practical application of the knowledgo thus furnished them. We bavo not yot scon tho official report f tue proceedings of tho Convention, but avail ourselves of a report made to the Cincinnati Horticultural Society a...

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. — 30 January 1862

J. L. DOAHDMAN,) EditorandPoprielor. ) Jfitmilg Jffitnwl ch0cli io. plus, oliitcs; pfcntitirc, Agriculture, ipvlitfs, fa. One Dollar a Tear; Strictly in .thrr.ce. VOL. XXV. tirLLSBOROUGHIirGriLA.ND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30. 18G2. NUMBER 40. Poetry. [For the News. THE DISLOYAL MAIDEN. I wr a form M hmiilidil An aiiRlit of rartliljr moiiM, Whnaa milium trwiwa brightly seamed, I.Ike linvluf piiraat gnhl. Her axnre nrln glanced merrily, And her lip" of coral hue rWrnM enly III to apaak the lore Of women fund end true. Her mind m llkaajewal, hid Id cnkt rlrhly chaa-d, Sha Mpmtd e araph from the iklee. On title dull eitrth mlnplnred : Put lurk I Plieepreke! Her ullrery rolce t.lke mmle Kill the air Whet ! Ten It lie e trnllnr'l htiri Lnrke In a form en (Ulr ? Can ehe, when deer Cnlumliie'e eoll le trod by roliol feet, Forgot that 'tie Wnatlre land, Her ehlldh(Hnr home eo eweet t Can alio forget the glorlom pant T The deed - hy Patriot dune, Tlmt Kn .nm'e "g.KMliy herlinKe'1 Migh...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 30 January 1862

fyt pnb (ttos. niLcsBOROUon. onio. ..- Thursday, Jan. 30, 18C2. ju nrr V LATEST NEWS. Prom the Burnside Expedition. Tbe first direct end official intelli gence from lli is expedition was received at Fortross Monroe on Monday. The fleet consisted of over 125 vessels. They arrived at Uatteras botvreen tho 12th and 17th irmt. A (tor arriving they ex perienced severe storms, which separa ted the vessels, and thrco of tho in were wrecked on the ooast. The stoamer City of New York, which was lost, had a eqrgo of ammunition and rifles valued at $200,000a total loss. The steamer Pocahontas wag also wrecked on the ahorc, and the steamer Grapetihot went down at sea. Tho ijtcaracrs Eastern Queen, Louisiana and Voltigeur are al so ashore, but it is thought tho two last may get off. It is believed the Uatte ras pilots were treacherous, and inten tionally ran sovoral of the vessels ashore. Two unknown schooners wcro also wrecked, and six of their crew wore lost. Col. Allen of the 9ih New Jer rey,...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 30 January 1862

Matters about Home. i. igrl'lotir, Corn Meal, Batter, Kggs, Chiokens, Pork, Lard, and Family pro duce generally, wanted on subscriptions at this or. co. Small Vox at Camp Mitcium,. Our readers are referred to tha "Card" of Di. Noble, Surgeon of the COth regl went, who gives an oflioinl statement of (, fanta in rotrnrd to the annearnnce of VI. Ji.oaa- in H.mn Mitchell. It will . .i... 1 1. i. im,. r,,..J .n.l that ni.der the strict nnd careful precaution, taken to orrest tho and prevent its spread, there a i.. ,n.tnn. Mi cf it. . ,. , .. . .11 ! lenamg lurinor. e irunt uu n.- 5..n. !lt .,lnf,ror to onint tho fatso ....nl.j rumors that have ob- . -..!.. .-.I lUlDUU ClrUUIUIIUll, unit piuuuuuu dv I much excitement anionjr the friend, of ihn .nidi.,, in enran. ' - - - - r PS W wnra crnd to learn vesterdav ' " " morninfr. from Dr. Noble, that no now i do now l.j .......j in Pimn and that oases had appeared in camp, ana ina the .ingle ease referred to in his com- munication. as having bee...

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. — 30 January 1862

Farmer's Department. Farmer's Department. [For the News. LETTER FROM "UNCLE BEN." A Few Words about Sorghum. PENN TP., Jan. 21, 1862. Finest) BoardstAR: I notiow io the Frmor' Dcnartment" of tha hut News a word of eiroouragarnent to farmers, on . th Sorgham question, which I wis right glad to eeo. Tbe raising of Sorgham and manrj fact are of Sjrup is no longer n exper iment. It is now reduced to n certain ty that we can raise it profitably. I have raised some every year for four yeari past, during whioh time we have had some bad seasons; yet I think I late never raised less than at the rate of one hundred and fifty gallons of Syr up to the acre, nor sold for less than 40 oents per gallon. Now, at these figures, even if we al low one half for manufacturing, which is too much, we will have a profit to the crower of thirty dollars tier aor. At this time a good article of Syrup would reaJily bring 60 cents per gallon, and the last season I think I rained at the rate of 2D0 gallons per a...

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 February 1862

J. L. BOARD MAN,) EditorandProprietor. JfnmUir loimml lcljoiclr to plus, Joliiits, Itteraiurc, gntultiirc; iMcls.'a One Dollar a Year; ) Strictly in Advcccc. VOL. XXV. HILLSBOROUGH, IHGIILA.ND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 0. 1802. NUMBER '41. Poetry. THE MITTEN. A HINT TO THE "STAYAT-HOME RANGERS." Bo, Mr. Home Guard, home yon go You've ot jour hat and cane Enrusa me, prnjr, but really, air, Ton must not cull again I I'm working for nnr ealillera, that To freedom's summons haste 1 one could entertain, on, but . I've now no timo to waste. Of conrse yon know I'd I with them, i Were I Ilka yon, A ma I Aa 'Us, I'll make what sacrifice) A fcehle woman can. I've divan np my canary-Mrd, My rat and poodle too ; I've given np all my foolish pota, And I uiiut glvo uj tou 1 I know yon'II ask If yon can't holp, And come and hold the yarn, For me to wind T But no, yon can't I I've got to knit and dnrn Crochet, make slippers trno, you know Bomc girlish things to do, But yon can't conio, Tor g...

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 February 1862

aiLnsnoROuan, omo. TLarslay, Tel). C, 18C2. LATEST NEWS. A strong cxfeJitioi uner 0n. Fir' and Others, is moving towards Spring- ficlJ, Mo., whsre l'rioe, 'it is beliovcd, will make rtanii, , ' - 1 " c'i . Tliore Las beet, bo news of . lntrrt ti rmi wpok from any part of Iho tji atrs of war. ..., , i An attack is daily antiuipiitei, on Geo. MoCall's divioiou by tlio tvM forub onearfiped at Centervillo. Small rebel rrcnnnniLRrinrr Tmruua hio u.mv own c- i . - -.v .t 'T r P ...... Wllilin uireu vr luur iuui: m i !. . The Lcwiiiburg , toi ntijke.- is closly prepared for battle tit any hour of ,!ie , day or Dtnt, . . . I ! ,It isstatod that the term of .enlist' . ment of the whole robul force enoainpod at Lentervillt. which is cstimnica pixty thousand men, cxpi'ed on the firot tof February, This infora.tioa is d .rived foia deserters. !, .;- Gen. Zollicoffor, killed at fttj battle f Mill's Cross Roads, was tha AVhi? "and American member of tho House of the National Congress,, representi...

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 February 1862

Matters about Home. ; ' ltffFlour, Corn Mel, Batter, Eggs, ' Chiokens, Tort, Lard, na" Family pro- dues generally, wanted on subscriptions ' at tbia office. ' COURT commences on Tuesday next. - , , ,, . , , . . .,. , ,. V Tnt GOtii Ksoimiwt. We learn El that there are now 750 men enrolled In , Col. Trimble' regiment, and that he ia allowed nntil the 27th of thia month to yfill up the ranka. It will require bat . 80 more men to make the minimum ?4 number of 830, but the Colonel f.i anx iou to rie it to the maximum, if pos 1 eible. The company raised at Fayette rille, Brown county, is now full, and a '. anoond comnanv ia bolns raised in Fst- 1 j . - 0 B.mett county, whioh ia more than half full. The Clark county and Kos coun ty companies are also reported rrirly full, (o that the prospect is good for a speedy completion of the regiment. Success to the gallant boys of the 60th! ' - Tm Revival at the M. 13. Chureh is atill going on, and the interest ap pears to be increasing. Meetings a...

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 February 1862

Farmer's Department. Winter Butter. Wan j pernona gom to consMtr tlie art of making good yellow butter' in winSnr a difrioul. one, roquiring a very different prooofs from that whioh uo cceds bo vcU in Rummer. My experi enae, extending through a doxon jeurn, prores th roTerso of this t bo true, and I often wonder how .. tho white lardy-looking but tor, which I sometimes tea, (Tea apoa the tables or good htnno keapera, ia Hinder ' 1 , Of fconrse, tha food of fhe . ow hni much to do with the color ond flavor of the batter aba produces; bnt good corn atalki, or flowed corn, well eooiired, is an exoellont aubstitato for gran, and produces tweet, yellow butter in tha depth of winter; and eviery 'farmer1 who keeps a oow will find it pays well to furnish for the- winter diet, pood corn fodder.' A oow kept thus, will prodaoe a third mora milk, and it will be riuhor in crtam, than when hay is the only food. But good, yellow buttor may bo madd; area when the diet of tha cow is liay alone. . " ...

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 February 1862

mi ess-Flo.' Chiok.ns, duo gene at tint om DfparU . . unexpected , . , 6d marcM Ii. BOARD MAN,) T night, rd EdJtorandPraprielor. i" urday for1 short twi 3.1 YOL. XXV. j One Dollar a Year; f.f Strictly in AdTtnce. '8 about 3u. m kLSBOROUGH'j IlfG ML AND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY.. FEBRUARY- " 18G2. NUMBER .'12 Poetry. SONG OF THE CAMP. i- their trairi I to Cio ( soon O OS 'W to thi 1 A uauu.v With ' bled ;; theirf regii leaf aid , and tt loud eb Jiandkjp which BTr4 Taylnr'i lwnntlfiil r,r,, Ibnii'lM on n Incl f Bl of lh Crlnmn Wr, will Ixitr rp (lllno at til. tlms, whan war, with lt tarj and lorrow, occnplu th Bind of tht nntluii i "Glvi u none I" th MMIm erld, Till oalcr tnnchoi tnnrdlnf, Vha the bMtvd gmi of (h curap lllid Orw weary of bomhardinir. . Th dark Redan, I llnt iroff, tay. Krlm and lliniktonlnir,nni1ir, Ani) tho tanny month of th Malakoff So longsr blckd IU tlmnihr. Tlir waa a pant. ThoKHr.liwn laid, "Witonn th fnrt; ta-niorru j Slot; while wo nviy, amthr day Will brlnj uoi...

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 February 1862

djjt JiiglaJ,. Jfttos. nn.L3BOiiouaii. onio.. Thuralay, Feb. 13, 1002. LATEST NEWS. Vft have cheering news this week tbe progress of our armies m supprees Jog the roloUiou. Fort lint j, on the Tennessee river. 65 miles from its mouth, was csptured by onr punboets on Friday last. .t..n Anhinf About an hour. The gar rison of 60 men aurrendered with their comraanoV, Gen. Tilfthman. Tbe low ... am. it on both sides. The wsy into T...H i thus opened, and our gun- boats hsve since aseeaded the river to - Al.K.n... and returned, find- i. till of Union men everywhere. rj.'. v.:.(liv's1 papers atate that Ocn. Buell ia edvaacing on BowM in.- Green, and that tee rebels are Bat tho most glorions news h that oi the brilliant success ol the uornsiue .hiU reaches us in this eve- .nr. Roanoke island been taken, with; over 2000 rebelia a.), cran boata sunk or cap tnred, and about 300 rebels killed and 1 000 wounded. The news is from Teoel iources, snd is not likely to bo exegge retail !ft Anr favor....

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 February 1862

Matters about Home. B6r Flour, Corn Meal, Butter, Kggs, Chioksns, Pork, Lard, and Family pro duce generally, wantod on subseriptioBS at thia office. - ' Departure or tub 60th. Bather uncaiiuuieuiy , ilia vtui rciuiu iot.e.- d marching order on lost Thureday night, requiring thorn to leave on Sat urday for Gallipolis. Tho notico was ao ihort that there waa not time to recall many of tho men who were at home on furlough, consequently Dot more than about 300 to 350 men were in camp at the tfmeVppointed. About 9 o'clock on Saturday 'morning,' Lieut. Col. Col lins'.' battalion of cavalry from Camp n . - n m:...i...ii iKenutn went vui tu vniiiu I'liiviuii frt AiAtft thA lAttiminl in Invn find At 'Ut 11 o'clock they marched through to the railroad depot, preceded by the band. A largo crowd of our citizens, with many from tho country, had nssem bled at the depot to bid "good-bye" to their friends and acquaintances in the regiment, and many affecting scenes of leave-tuking were witnessed, as...

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 February 1862

Farmer's Department. Sorghum-How to Manufacture Syrup with Bront. 8or;rtrim is VTJt and cannot profit ably b carried far to b msnatVtured on ihre; oof will li "pny" ft every farmer to 'porertsso th) mftcliinery tr tntnufuctar far his own family o7y: bend tlnatatroent of t ftw facts trnioh facta I learned last fall, while on pleas nr 'etcutslon tr6nRh Illinois, Iowa ml Missoo, mty prore of practical ralueto soma ofyotir readers. Thon sands of farmers of tne West, rslse. the orgrtatii. Severs!, fit tTie samo rwijih borhooJ, raiiod from HI f art scrA to two or thre acre each,' and hr led it to central ooa of their nut tbor to manufactura on "snares," whlvh one prepared hirogolf with a two horsi mill, which was doable tho power neeJj 1,dJ tnsda himoelf thrca "puns" or efapor.i tors, by taking two strips of pino bourds, even inches wido by eight feet long, and nailing a pieco of galvaniivl or common sheet iron, thirty inches wllo on the bottom edges of the board, sim ply turning tap the ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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