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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 20 February 1862

x9 Ltl & lantilg IttitnwI-DcljoicV lo iclus, )olt(ics, literature, Igricultitrc, Knrhcis, c. ' rJXZ: sen j:xnKr -r. - VOL. XXV. HILLSBOROUGH. IIGHLA.ND COUNTY.- OHIO, THURSDAY; FEBRUARY "20. 1862. NUMBER 43. Poetry. A CAMP SONG FOR TEE "RAGING GOTH." tck "tnit otat, i i.rr arnisn ." Oil, we're . Imnljr hand of men, We ft-ar not rieath nor flangera, We're Sir the tfnlnn to a man A gallant Ml of raogrra I cnomn, Itnrrah.hnrrah .r the Highland bote! 'Tin llins you'll ever (nt them True to the Ir Coniitry, Flag ami HnniK, And "the Glrle they're left behind them I" Our officers Rre kind and true, Aa well aa nohle-hearted ; We're Joined together, heart and band, And hone to ne'er be parted. Chorus Hurrah t hurrah I Ac. We'll show no merry to the wrong, Nor retain when we find them ; We'll give no qnarter, nor retreat, Hut with trititur'e chains we'll bind them. Ohorue Hurrah I hurrah I Ac. Their wlrei and children we'll protect, And strlreto ne'er oppress them, And If Injustice baa be...

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 February 1862

iiiLLSBonouan, oiiio. l - Thurmlay, - Feb. tO, 15i2. m - m ajw t LATEST NEWS. '. 1 , j ; - f ' Tlio ftforfons news whiuh wo publish nhla" Week" will send joy tos overy 'ITy'ul heart throughout Iho land. , Tho brave roldiers of tlio Union have dealt a aeries' f rapid and powerful blown at tho re , bullion, which must full with crashing effect, and strike terror into tho souU ' of its wicked lenders.' ' They must now ' re that their doom is sealud, and ; that ' lurthcr resibtaiico is useless. Though it is probable they my rally (heir scat tered forres for one more desperato fctrupglc, it will be in voin. Our victo rious columns will press onward before they have time to recover from their panic, and with tho aid of tho thousands 'of loyal men in the Sooth, who are burning for an opportunity to avenge thewrongsjthoy have suffered, will soon replant the nationur standard over ev ery sccedod State. Let the friends of tho Union rejoice, for tho day of thoir triumph draws near. . . .. This...

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 February 1862

Matters about Home. Arrivals and Departures of the Mails. Cincinnati Mail Dally by rnllroml, except Pondnys, ArrlvceT I'. M. Mull npctia . I'. M. Depart (IMA. M. Mall cloaca fl 211 A. M. RiiMNfll, T. nrhliurg, Wealboro, Dlancheeter.Ao. go lit thla mull. Iyvllln Mall Arrives Monday, Wodncduy nnd Friday,. MOP. M. D.part TiMrctaj Thilrednya nil Katurdaye. 7 A.M. Mall cloe.- ii :io A. M. New Market, hiiixartrco lthle, llerrvvllle, Winches ter, riii''tle. Itiplcv, A' go by thia mail. Chlllieuthn Mall Arrives Mondays, Wednesday fnl t'riiinvs, i P. M. pi-parts Tnomlavs, Thiirs.luvs and ntiirdiiv,7 A. M. Mull rV.ocn i! M) A. M. N' llmton, Italiiaboio, lUinhrMj-e, Ac K' byUils mull. Orroiitl'ld Mall Arrive Mondays and Wednesdays, 4 I'. M. Ii'irtn TiioHilnyit and Th ii rmlnvn, 7 A. M. Mull close n :ifl P. M. N.otf Piili.rvloirir rr Itv till ni.'ill. Fv-ttcvlllc M .ill Arrives Moi.,1 iy nnd Vild.iv. 12 M. Departs .nine Iiivh nt 2 P. M. Mull closes I .1". Washington M-ill -Arrives r'ridsv ft P....

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 February 1862

Farmer's Department. Fencing in March. Tho time in fan. approaching when It nill b Decennary to rnJopt tome mora oonomioal use of timbor for enolonret, than the common rail fenco. There have been various jilani gagKOfited. Some which we consider moat commend bl, will be noticed it this time. For posts, . cedar, mulberry and lo eust make the moat duraMn; hut a thoso ;r.' iipeniire, and difficult, in many placet, to be procured, second growth chestnut, and awatup or burr ouk, piva good eaiiafaetion. For common post and board fenoe, cut the logs six feet nine inches Ions; Raw them three and a half inches by fire and a half, and make the posts of uniform sine at each end; set them top down, about two feet, fonr Joohes deep, that they may be below the effects of frost; if the soil is loose, set litem six fot apnr'; if tenacious, seven feet will do. Most sorts of timber will ' answer for boards; saw them seren ieliths of an inoh thick, eight inches Wide fof the bottom, six inehes for the ...

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 February 1862

J. L. BOARD MAN, Editor andProprietor.. Jfamtlg flurit;il glcboicir to llefos, folitits, litcntfitrc, pmtllurc, Unvlufs, fa. ( One Dollar a Year; 1 I SCrictly In Advance. VOL. XXV. EIILLSBOROUGH, HfG II L iND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 18G2. NUMBER 44. sts a i j i ik n i ' if m . Poetry. [For the News. THE GRAVE OF MY MOTHER. "When nil othsr service In rain, from plant and tree, the soft mMuM atari ?rnf lichen trtkfl np their watch by the head-stone. The woods, the blossoms, the Rin-I.oar-' IttfcT trasses, have done their art foi a time; but those slo service forever." Hi-skin. The grass that waved over this mennd II u withered and (on to decay. And theflowore thit !ovorcd the ground , . Have ylolded to Winter's nide sway. The green loaves that waved o'er this hill, With their cool, genial, lovely sheda, ' J.lkx eold-heartod friends, In f.irgctfntneas stilt, Have ceased tholr vigils o'or tho dead. The friends, woods, grass and Sowers, Grow weary and from their vigil never ...

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 February 1862

was himself takon sick not long einca and lay about Tour dajs, got a Hula tat ler, left fur liome, and it now almoat Well. W Lope ho Vill Join at soon, I Lara boon employed la taking eare f th. nick along tliis lint s.nco the 5th day of this month. I hart but far pa tients, and am not confined ai I aa in the Hospital at ward muster. I have how nndcT my care but one case of any trouble ; We have pioott :' to et, aod enjoy oursoWi-s very lunch, but long fr trip to Kentucky or Tennessee, or aome of those Southern Slates. I think thia State will tflorv be flcired of the rebels, art J from events about taking plaoo, that this war cannot last very loag; but that wou:l not be verv sad uews to soma of ;our boys, ; . 1 ' i Our Hospital is neatly furnished an carried on in tniS best of order. Tha sick "tin cH fared for. The Hospital conk is ona of the best (Jamca Abbott. You will perhaps hear from we again at "some future time. ' Yours respectfully, H. S. S., A SOLDIER BOY. HILLSBOROUGH, OHIO...

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 February 1862

Matters about Home. Arrivals and Departures of the Mails. Cincinnati Mnll-Pellv by railroad, oept Sundaye. Arrlvee 1 V. M. Mall opena 8 l M. ' peparte II Ml A. M. Mall clnnoe (I 2 A. M. Rimanll, Lindtburg, Writburo, llliiurheater, c. go by till mall. ' Mayavllla Mall Arrlroa Monday. WeOnadiiy and Friday, R aor. M. TVmrt Tiieailnyn, Thnrailay mid Hxlnr.lny., 7 A. M. Mull rloiea n :I0 A. M. New M irknt, Mnjrirtrou Ri1C llerryvllle, Wiu:he- ter, r'lnea.llo, Kipley, A". " by I'll" ""'"II. Chlllli-otho Mull- Nrrlvoa Monday", Weclnemliiya nn-! P'rlileva, i V. M. Pepirt Tuoidava, Thmiiilayaaud "tnnlay,T A. M Mull rlnaca A :if A. M. Nw llmiton, Kaliieliorn, iUiiilrile, An. (to bythla mail. OraentVId Mail Arrlroa Mondiiyannd Wednesday. 4 I'. M. popart Tucxlnyi ami Tliiirdnsp 7 A. M. Mull rlmn .1(1 P. M. Nw Peter.bnra' iron by Oil wall. rytliyla Mull Arrive Mondav and Friday, 12 M. Peparta anma dnye at 4 P. M. Mull clo I .Hi. Wnnln;tnn Mail Arrive Friday 0 I. M. lepnrt Thiiradav, T A.M. Mull ...

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 February 1862

Farmer's Department. Farmer's Department. Sorghum Syrup and Sugar. Tho following extraot of lettor from the colebratoi tognr refiner, Wm. II. Bolchor, of St. Lools, to gentleman In Galona, will bo rcod with interenl at flfcil (W 'Th letter is dated. St. Uu. isJtn. 21, 1802: j iVe urnt yon, n fuvr Binoo, four (kfcfljtoT refined Sorghum Strup, nil of rliioh in the product of Illinois. Wa liavo refined some two hand red barrel of it for country people, on shares, nd tho refined turns out to tho fancy and tanto of most persons a very trood tasted yrnp. Tho improvement of it by re .fining causes a good deal of eieitoment !nd talk among tho nflricoltornl fjlks, find tho prospect is that the West will raise all tho syrup and molas3C3 they con consume Fannors who raised ono aero last year now siy .hy will raise ten, and dome twenty acres. Some two or threo pirtics . h ivd offered ma one hundred ncres of Hie cane (each) in the country if I would put up Steam Mill and Pans to make the syrup 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. — 6 March 1862

ii nil J. L. BOAHDMANJ Editor andPrapriolor. ) iamiln aitnml1cl)0tcb la plus, )oIitics, fitcnifitrc, gncnlfurc, Parkdsr f One Dollar ft Year; J Strictly In Advance. VOL. XXV. HILLSBOROUGH, HfGIILA.ND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH C, 1 802. NUMBERS. Poetry. [For the News. HASTE TO THE RESCUE. Respectfully Inscribed to the "Home Guards." Ilaate lo the reetnel onr Country In pleading, Ye Were of liberty, nnawor lir call ; . Vhlle thle glorioue Republic your eorrlce ia nerdlng, Sfaete to the leecuo, 0 haete, on end all I behold, tli brer aoldlera, who long line enllated, To light fur our country tin Union to tart i "The bratery of torn hai already U-en teated, And Mm have been laid In a patriot'! f ram. ltaata to tha rceeue I O lined not the warning Tf croakera, who tell ua "The 1'nlun la gone I" TUoethdark alvtida ahould gnthrr, w hope that th morning 'Of Peace ou our Country In aplendor alinll dawn. 'fan patriot! roat, while tha mnuattr, Sereaalon, Ia threatening nor Country with ruin...

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 March 1862

fhie contractor in pledged to the pay ment of seven dolUrt cord for ill tho wood delivored to the different Min tnanda; wood collected after tho soldiers themselves had vlt dowa tho trees to clear tho ground for their batteries, and then this eontraretor employ! tho army "wagons to dra t it to tho eerersl camps, . and ho has no further tronblo than to draw his seven dollara Tor a cord, leav ing tho Government to draw the wood. 'What it may cost to put down llie rebellion I caro vrtry Kttle, proviJod al ! ways fhnl it be pnt down effectually. Dot, air, fit without wnrks is dead, nd I ni free to confess that my faijli sonrefrmes fails mo, I mean my faith in Mi, riot tny faith in tho cause. When , the history of these things shall bo written, it will be a question upon ""whom the guilt will rest must" heatHy -gpon him who has conspired to da troy, or upon him who has proved in. competent to preserre tho institutions bequeathed to us by our fathors. It is do wonder tht tho pulUa treasur...

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 March 1862

Matters about Home. Special Notice! We will roRiird II n fepcclni favor, If nil our subscribers who Iinvc not ll for llm present yenr, will do o Innuo'Umcly, ns wc Imvo some pii) inrnts to make this moutli, wlilrli we desire In meet promptly .4)l Notice. All members of tlio COtli . Hodmen) now hi flint ,6n ' fuilougli er otherwise, are bcrebv ordorod to report tbamscWcs at tbe Kllicott House, in Hillsborough, by Friday eveninp. tbe 7th inst., to Cnpt. Cowill; also till who Irish to join tho regiment. Arrange tnents sre oomplcte to leave fr Gnllijio is Saturday morning, tho 8th inst. . Soldier's Aid Society op lliu.sno no. -The officers or this Society aro as follows: . President Mrs. Wst. Scott. Secretary Mis Virginia Weaver. Treasurer Mrs. Kellogji. ' Cominittco on Correspondence Mi"S Nelson and Miss Kliza Ilibbon. Committee of Managers Mrs. John A. Smith, Mrs. Nancy Johnson, Mrs. Clayton, Mr. March, Mr, flrepg, Mrs. Ann Smith, Mrs. Joshua Woorlrow. Tho Society mceU every Friday af...

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 March 1862

Farmer's Department. Department of Agriculture. Mr. Lotejoy, of 111., framed bill for the establishment of a Dapart nnt of Agrionhure In tnt General OoTerowenl, which propose, te enact V ' .Sirr-ioft 1. There lit hereby elah I "ish.cl at the teat f GoTornrnoot of the -.Unite fitatei. ft Department of Ajrri culture, the nral deisn n4 dtie of which ahall he to aeq'iire from all source, and to dilTiise amonpr the peoplo f the United Stated ueful information and knoirledpe on all subject", conneoted with agrioulture in the mot peneral and eomprehensive lenao of that word, Ittid fo pronnre," 'propgatf " and distrib ute among tho people, now and valuable accds and plnnts. Sec. 2. There shall bo appointed by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, a "Coinmi ioner of Agriculture," who shall be tlio chief eteoutive officer of the Depart ment' of A fi 'culture, who shall hold this offio by-a tenure similir to that of other civil oflioorj appointed by tho Presidont, an...

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 March 1862

,.l"pfir;iri MO J. L. BOARD MAN,) Editor andProprietor. ) i Jfamilg amal $ckf(ir to cbs, foUtics, fitcrafitrc, jricultaw, IPnrlicta, c. One Dollar a Year;. ) StrictlyinAdTir.ee. VOL. XXV. HILLSBOHOUGH, HTGHLA.ND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, MAltCII 13. 18G2. NOMBEft 40 -, t- v ' , i .r r. - -; 3 . ' The Home Circle. Pillows for Soldiers. There is a demand just now for pil lows for hospitals, and we all know that feathor pillows oro mora acceptable ta the sohiog head, and osn be kept more dry end in better condition than any other, with the same amjunt of care. If our house-wives would take pains to save the best of thoir chicken feathers, instead of throwing them away, a good supply of pillows might soon be on hand; not exactly as light and downy as those made by robbing the gooso of her treas ures, but far prcforable to the knap sack,, or to musty straw or hay for the sick and wounded. If a fowl is picked very soon after be ing killed, the foathers from the neck, breast, back, under the...

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 March 1862

niLSBonouon.onio. Thursday, Ilarch 13, 18C2. LATEST NEWS. Manassas Evacuated! The rebel irmyas , abandoned its great stronghold in Virginia, and Ma nassas i now in possession f the na tional itmy. It. Is believed the rebels bsve fallen back to the Kappahsnrtock river. Th'i news is offioial, and may be relied on. Wa bate- tbo cheering iutelligeuoe of another great victory of tho national r'myo Arkansas. Tho combined for ce ,pfi 1'rico, McCullough, Van Dorn and Molntosh, (tha last a body of Cher okee Indians) were completely routed a few daysVmee near Fayetteville, At kansts, by tbo national troops usder Gen. Curtis. A dispatch from General Haljcck to Gen." 'McClellan, dated St. Louis, March 10, says tbo battlo. lasted three days, and that our loss was about 1,000 killed and wounded, and that of the rebels much larger. Gen, Curtis had an array of about 12,000 mon, while tha .rebel force - wn3 supposed to le about 20,000. Gen. Ilalleck says that large quantities of arms, provisions fel...

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 March 1862

Matters about Home. Special Notice! Wo will rcKiird H na n ftperliil flvr, If nil our nincrllsorn who hare not p:ill for the prevent rear, will do no limncl lately, ns -we Imre some piiymrnis to make thin month. whlcli we lclre to Jmcct promptly April Election. 'The ' tti tr announcing candidate. It One Dollar payable Irictly In eilvauce. Mi. Kruvwa: Please announce Hie nam- of M'tt T.IAM leiKMlUTT eninlhlalo Mr ConlKlilc of Lib erty Township and Marshal of Hlllaboroat the ensuing April election. , maria M. KriToa Please announce the name of Jolts' TfHAPMAN as a candidate for AeHur of Liberty tj,., at the approaching April election. fmarlS lint KiiTn..PIeMwiinonco llm nninoof rAMVKt, Ti. Hk."lKH80N a a candidate fur Amuor of Mherly tp., at Ilia vnauinir April election. marLI u .I. r-rr-? - . RelIQIOPS NoTicr.. The services of tho; third ' Quarterly Meeting of the MothorJist K. Church in thin plaoo, will commence next Saturday, March 1 5th- Prenching at 2 o'clock, IV by Ker.-'M. Kacf...

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 March 1862

Farmer's Department. Hints for the Season. I. Manure should now be worked Orer, end eartod to tho Bold") as noon in possible. Add lo your neaps every, thins that will mako . manure, hy clean ing 6otwy corner if the yard, uO;i pn, atobto nod kfrthoiisf), as ton a the Tibtt will allow, lioeoliect urn rerj shovoir.1 of manure wa(e l, it n lob to your crops,' and consv.''i'ionlly to jour pocket. II. Obtain your seed from some re tiahte $yuree, and bo sure to pot the beet, for tbey are always cheapest in tho end. Farmers should eiohrtnso seed", espcci ally when-thoir soils diffor; far a change In soed ia' ofton of great tenofit, even of the same variety. Tho seed raised, year after year, on tho samo spot, often produces inferior plants. Tost your xeedi by sowinjr a few in a pan or fl w "rpot, in good soil, and placing thorn in hot bed, or even in the ittinr-roora r kitchen. This procmition will ofton oate both Ios ; oT lime" and l;bor, and Ten a crop; for if the seed n bad it should be t...

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 March 1862

it I 'i.. ' f M n tifl 1 I 'ii. !.i.'-. I .1i'.7 1 " J !! I ,i 1 ' -1' 1 ' . t T,ltl " . 1 1 " 1 t t.L !!1 r . J1 i J. L, DOARDMAN.j Editor andProprielor. ) & Jitmilji1 ' (ittritl gtkotA" la Jfctos, politics, fitcniturf, Agriculture, ; llarhds, c. '.'J.. "'.'.' : 1 . ; , . m. ;t ... -r.r. ,-. ;-. iu-:t..-.w ..hnc-i'i;x33rtri--.-r " irLLSBOllOUGIh inGIIL YN) COUNTY. OIHO, TltUllSDAY,. vMAKCH 20. : I8G2.. t Ono Dollar a YearjM I Strictly in Mxtht:"'! , ., NUMBER VOLr'X'XV; - - r- - . i ' -,-ri " .--7 ' - r , ' . T . . . ... v ' "J ; t ' 'A t , i.i ! - atj -i . ) J ' ' 1 J ' ' ' 1 ' ' ' " ' ' ' we - - v j - -sr .... , . 1 H tmtt Poetry. Poetry. A WOMAN'S "NO." th ho. T mnlil mil wi-il jrnrt 1 .r hi. w hiht in.. j i 't'j'. I Jm- f"" fcf fhonWr 7 ' ' ., . But inurr mil) oh not (J ? l'm riir.-4 ttMt t h""'1' ""InV f lt ? -Cum bi-k don't ! m k. ,, (t,S i .- r.i.- .- ."'''; T'itk, now, lt ilnwn nl I .Ik I m, . rV : I. -In.tMMlof 6f.willno . , I j. -.JJI On" ennnnt l"T nt whom Ihi-jr wou...

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 March 1862

or naval service of tfi Unit'd States, leeladiftf senators mil ssewbers of Cob trees, three per ent. Lejtsclos snd distributive shares of personal one to Its cents, eoeordina; to the decree nf rltlo'h!p, and stamp duties ne) all aiads of lt-pal and entamereial paper, all patent mediclnee, tolecraph messages, and all pond by m press. The bill reaches ever j class of pror ertjeieept real estate, and is ao con tracted aa to tax tnodain trnnitn from one to another; for instance, all cattle slaughtered" are taxed fifty cents per bead; bogs ten cents sheep Ove cont. On spioes a tsi of onoeent per pound la levied, and on reflnea sngar threo mill. There in a general system ofli cense, in which is included hotels, inns, barrooms' ato. These licenses arc grand- aaled accord: oit to renui; on me tngn entreat is a license of two hnndred j dollars, and on the lowest five dollars j par year. rhotopr.pbo. "b;"if ??,?",0"V n. 5: ."TkJ 7 . taxoffonr cents per hundred pmiad. Tho bill is expected lo y...

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 March 1862

Matters about Home. Special Notice! We will rrrurri If n n prlnl furor. If nil 9iir itbacrlbria who hit re net piil for I lie prcoiit yen r, will do no liiimplnirly, in . we have imuc pnjrmeNtt f miikc tltls monili, which we lciro to neel promptly. April Election JTlia faa f.r annonm-in randldntoa In Ono Hollur paaldr atrktly In adranra.) " W. KniToa:--t'1raaa announce tlir namo nf THoMAX MARRY ao run l 1 1 Into fur Troaanrar of Llla-rty Town hip, at tha April F.lpcliini, martni. Ma. KniTna: I'lriuw annnnnca Hi namo nf JAMK , W. PATTntaON m a randldati- for Trt-n.nn.r of LH-ar-1 Townaatp it l ho onaiilnir Arrll Klnrtlon. mar Ma. KntYoa:Plaafl annntim-e tho Dunn of WfL ' I.IAH IMMIOETT aaartndMnto fnr Cinatnnlo of t.lli. arty Townahlo and Manhnl of IMMnlioro at tha mining April aba-lion, mar 1.1 Ma. KiitToa Plana annnnnro tho mm of JonN CnATMAX aa arandldato fur Amr ol Liberty tp mt lha approaching April alai-tlnn. maris i Ma. Fnirna. rimaa Minmn Ilia namonf HAW I' HI, If. HRNUKKSOX ...

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 March 1862

Farmer's Department. Manufacture of Sugar and Molasses from Sorghum. Tht following eoramanication is from gentleman whose, txperionc and soo tress In the manufacture of Sugar and Molasses from Sorgnflni, entitles his f tlnfnis Jr RtBUt; weigh., witri .all Who i'ar foterexteil ln lTat stityoct. Tnosa ' who are atil! skeptical as to trie pons, Wlitj of 8nyir, beiftg rosie from For gaum, will observe that Mr. Mansflold exhibited specimen (No. 4) which was pronounced bj a committee of the Cinclnnsti Horticultural Society, "equal in avert respect to first-class New Or- . !,;,:!Vj;i nrri' i; X .L LEXINGTON. O., Nov. 6. 1861. To the CUcinnati Horticultural Shirty: i n ....... f - In lli i n . viailunflin.iii , ,jri,i,a- " vitatioo or your Society to snruno cm- UVaiore, A send TU lew Ba.i.(..o " svrun and sairar I bsve just msile. I use ,the. Cook, Evaporator, and i theao companint lamples no chemicals were used in clarification, with fno exception: No. 1 is made from the juioo taken from t...

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