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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 27 March 1862

. . . ... ala, aaUW Hill ! ! IjMJII m , J. L. BOARDMAN.j ij; Editor andProprietor. ) I Jnnulg JbutoI pot lo lefos, politics, fifcnifitrc, gricnlfuiT, iforltefs, r.' S One Dollar a Tear; if Strictly inyAdT8nce. VOL. XXV. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND; COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 27. I8G2. ; ' ii' i , aa - . - t -n. w .if,. - m . . ii . v" r. tj si w .r - sm -. w . . . it tr na , t ' ...... a. .aw,. , - .. . . - -- 1 . ' . ' , - - - " , I 1 ! , -. a ' . .. It.. I I . I . Poetry. THE FLOWER OF LIBERTY. j A beautiful Patriotic Song, which w And In one of j wir exchangea, without Ihe anthnr'a name. No dnobt . oaraiaeleal readers e,anflnit appropriate air ' lor iteloiplriB, end aotile word.. Kb. Kiwi. What riowr If thd, thai fruit lh morn, Iu kins from Heart to IVmIiI; bom ! With burning tur uit Dra'nj band It klndlM all tha "anst Land." O, tell na what It nana ma; ba T Ii tlilt tha Tlowis or I.iarart ? It la tha Bannar of tha Tarr Theatarrj 1'lomr of Llbartjt I " In aaraira W atorc'a tkr alio...

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 March 1862

Lhr- s. niLLsuoROUon, onio. , . - Thursday, Hareh 27, 1S62. 4 t t Utah .inn mm LATEST NEWS. A severe little n foupht on Sun day Uit, near Winchester, Va.," between tlit Union forces ader Ocn. ShieKli, 8, COO strong, and tbe combined rebel force under Jackaoo, Smith, and Lony street, numbering some 15,000. The little lasted from half past ten A. M., ti!J dark. TLa enemy vera rented with a K it of about 500 killed and wonndsd, and iJOO taken prisoners.' Our loss was about 100 killed and 200 wounded. ,Wehavono news jet from General McChllan's army, but etrong iotim tioni are given that he ia advancing to ward Richmond. The War department, for good reasons, no doubt, forbids tha publication of any more definite Intel licence of bis increments. Island No. 10 was bombarded by our gunboats and mortar fleet all last week, but np to our latest datea was still bold ing oat, though from certain iudioa tions It was believed the rebels were preparing to "evacuate." Gen. Pope sunk a rebel gunboat...

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 March 1862

i ) ami RBMOVAIt. Tha Offlotof tha Nw I removed to tha North aide of Main atreet, 2d door east of High atreat, up atalra, immedi ately over the post-office. . April Election. (Tti fe fir annmtnclnit candidate. Is One Dollar payable strictly Id advance.) ' Mn.EniTot: Plena announce IVianama nf TtlrtMA B ARRY eandldata for Troiisuror of Liberty Town, shlp.atth. April Election. martOte M. Kiiitor: nv announce (lis nam. of JAMES W. PATTKRSOM eaacandldntefor Treasurer of Liber ty Townahlp at tho ansuing April Elautlon. marr:' Ms. EntTont Please annnanee the nnma nf WIL : MAM nnfOKTT na a csndldntn for Conatahlo of Lib. arty Township and Marshal of Hillsboro at tlir mmilng April election. marls Ms. Emtob Plana annonnen tha name of JOHN CHAPMAN a. nandldnts for AiMuur ot Liberty tp., at tu. approaching ApiH oloc.llnn. mir13 M. F.mTn.P1eaea annnunca th namanf HAMl'EL In IIRXDRRsON an canlldata for Assessor nf Lllierty tp t th. an.iilu Airll olnoll in. mar 13" Patters about $ The Spring Elec...

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 March 1862

Farmer's Department. Hints on Fruit Raising. Cold water in the (treat enemy the ordinary orolisnlisl litis to contend with;' insuftitit'noj' of alumina,' or clay, is often fatal; lime is no loss nooesssry to moat fruits; tlio phosphates, potash soda, etc., are essential, and not easily supplied; ejrctbl! mattor cannot bo dispense!, with; hut it i almost always sufficiently abundant, and nut ba ad ded, at Iiltlecoit, wImiii neoded. Hut in nine out of every ten cases, I will com back to rold water, as tho cause of general failure so fur aa soil is con cernedand point you to drutnatri, and to tho trench plow, for prevention and A pood fruit soil should contain at lonst 8-100 per cent, of alumina, or the bate of clay. A little Ions will do, and much nioro renders the soil too ' tena cious, fur easy culture. This latter fault may be niendod, by the free uso of coarso stable minora, aid do composed peat after undcrdraiiae, and tho froo admission of AIR, wWe cold water oneo sta.nntcl. Air ...

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. — 3 April 1862

1) J. LBOAHDMAlf, clus, )flli(tcs, giftrafiirf, SlgrieitlfuTc, UTarluls, r. . Editor andProprle Wr Ono Dollar ft Tear; 1 Strictly in Advene. vm.: YYV HILLSBOROUGH, irrGIIUKD COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL a 1802. NUMBER 49. f IT""!".. ".' ... ' '.1,'"'"J.JJ ' i i. ' ' '".V '' Poetry. [For the News. MY BROTHER'S GRAVE. Km panda while- naw-tnaa moand totMr, ' With thooa wbo llngi wo-pt(; Dvnaath tka tud It lain oar bopa and prida . , Thta paaaa, oo would a brothrr'agrlaf UlvUl-, . WUara tha dead if calmly alasping. A yontb to aa4aaa oarkrd la aarljr yaara, ' Hnw and Orlrf tofthtr Apart from aporta that plranod kit licylnh patra, Aad wapt too aoo au 6rphan'a bitter taart, Llfa'aaturnM and Ilia towaatktf. A alava to 8lna, tolling t axplora Tba patliway af tha Saaaa, tla graaptd tha Truth aa f aiaa ar col at a ara, . Xiiamml tar la aaarrh af naw and anrlant Ion, And plucked tha frulla uf agra. Brrrft of bonr, jet ever arhera ba atrayed, 'Tirat welcome rututlou. And kindred aonlt In frlend...

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 April 1862

1 ? ? P ? ? REMOVAL. tb Offlc of the News is removed to the ITorth Ida of Main street, 2d door east of High street, up autre, Immedi ately over the poet-office. gLi. 1 .J.1. .' CORPORATION ELECTION. Unconditional Union Ticket. Mr for, J0J1N at. imliMAX. Coiiucllmrn, MMKS DIM, OLAKCOCK, JOSH. W. HH1MN, N. HOCKHOMl. JOUN P. ELLIS. Manlial, JAMES W. H0O0KTT. Traa.nrar. M. M. MILLER. Rnaordar, WILLIAM M. MEEK. aa ; town snip election.: Unconditional Union Ticket. nurrn c. pattox, IIARVSV OT.r-.SH. WILLIAM BARKV. Clark, W'M. H. OLPrdrT.. KAMI,. J. HKNDKItSON. JAMKS W. rMVJflClT,' AML. K. RilADH. Traa.ur.r, JAMES W. PATTERSON. PARSON BROWNLOW COMING We Lave the pleasare of inforaiinp our readers that this lrare and devotod defender of the Union, whose name is known wherever exalted courage and unyielding patriotism are admired, has promised to ti.it this place some time between the 15th and 30th of the proe nt, month, and address the people. The eimple announcement of his coming will ensu...

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 April 1862

II I tLSDORQUOn, pillOv : ..- Thursday, - . " April 3. 1802. LATEST NEWS. Np, 10 till) holds out, and at ouv JaJ,c. advices- the raWa were build inj new latteries. Ttirv seem to have no-Idea 'of "cvaountin.'" nt present., It s taught there will soon be desperate laltle iiviunt vioinity. ' DeoamgsrJ Continues to concentrate Ms Forces cn tfie line of lis Memphis & Charleston railrouil, with hi lirudT ir ten at. Corinth, Mi, The Femoral ar my ta within ,15 inilce of the rclel pic kets. Our force aro sil to number frosa'ene hundred thousand to one hun dred and llftv thousand men. ,' ' The1 Uojon' Leifclatitc caucus failed V, tv.. TT 5 s tor .J... week, and a.Honrncd sine die. 1, ; ..r,.v,l .io,. v,., , .too.; m. a, i rw i'i i v m t v. v . u I 1 . n 1 1 1 r v n v a.ivvviwtv ibis session, unless the Legislature ad journs permanently. ' A Union force under Col. Buford sur prised the rebel camp at Union City, Ky. on tho 31st alt., killing several and capturing n- number f prisoners, hor...

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 April 1862

Hints for the Season. c.'p'trn "followiiifr, iful Had soaabl "BR.',tLn.piL-fr,,ra t.D,'-PPn'' gnettHurl paper th Ohio i Farmer rtf. i A, RATION J tOR (PRtNQ, WpRK 8pr.ii; Is already it ntu doom. The olJ fcnJ tViM winds of "Winter, fcve been iioeedeiI If ther wm oftes of Sprite; tnd the farrnor halj now be. tit hiniHelf to make all neeeMUrf prp ration, for. hii Spring work. All farm in); uteni., iuch tt plow, harrow, rollera, harness, to., should be oitrcfullf lara.rtPd to ice if nt renr are need- J, tod if eo. the; thould be nttooJod to tt oneo. There is much work which the farmer may do at this season of the yenr, and thus greatly enhance nis wors when the more bim season arrives. Sora farmers are in the habit of lea ing all their preparation for Spring work until tho time arrives to commence They are then in such a hurry that they innot do anything and do it as it should be done. Thcro is an old prov erb which teaches us that there is "time for all thing." EARLY SOWING. In nil eas...

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 April 1862

' ' ' LtnPuttNf ' Jfamtlu ; Jontal---$0)0ie to Jefos, pities, pcnitttrt, gncnUurc, WmMs,&c. ( One Dollar a Tear; . Strictly In Advcnce. tliLLSBOROUGII. HGtlLiND COUNTY.- OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 10. 1862. VOL. XXV. NUMBER 50. Poetry. GENTILITY. Oentecl It U to have soft hands, bnt not genteel to work oil landa. Genteel it la to cringe ana iw, bat nut genteel to to and plow. v Oanteel it la to pin; Iba bean, but not gentetit to reap and mow. Genteel It in to keep a gig, but not genteel to hoe and dig. Genteel it i In traoe to (ail, but not gonteel touting a dull. Genteel it If tn play the fool, but not genteel to keep a school. C4ntel it ta to clioit the tnllor, but not genteel to tie a suitor. Genteel It la to tight a duel, but not genteel td cut jour fuel. Cuateel It la to eat rich rake, bnt nut genteel to cook n.l h.ka Genteel it l to hare the bluea, but not genteel to wear thick aliooa. Cienteet it la to roll in wenllli, but not genteel to hnve good honlth. Gent-el It U tu miike...

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 April 1862

tr"aa'---"all 1 , . .. .. . , - - fXbe Dtgpinb plus. niLLicoRouon, onio. Thursday, - - April 10, 18G2. Tr"en5,C'" vNi-X 2. v. IV :AY i . 'i - w-r - LATEST NEWS. Glorious News! CAPTURE OF ISLAND NO. 10. 6000 Prisoners, all their Cannon 6000 Prisoners, all their Cannon and Immense Stores Captured! 6000 Prisoners, all their Cannon and Immense Stores Captured! Great Battle at Pittsburg, Tenn.-Beauregard Defeated with Great Loss. Just as ou paper is goinp- to press, wo have received the Cincinnoti papers of this momin, (Wednesday) con6rm in the plorions news of tlie capture of Island No. 10, and bringing us re Jiablo intelligence of another peat na tional victory n Tennessee. give below the dispatches: Tlio following message was rccoived by the Secretary of War this evening: "To the. Secretary of War: "MERRIWEATHER LANDING, Mar. 8. "On tlio Cth the rebels in overwhel ming foroe, attacked us at Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee. Tho buttle last ed from morninn till Into in the after noon. It r...

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 April 1862

Matters about Home. REMOVAL. Tha Offlca of the Newa ! rem ire A to th North td of Main rt, 2d door east of High atraat, up stairs, lram adU ataly over tha post-ofHce. Hillsboro Aid Society. Pin. KntTOti.-The Ladies of llie ' Hills boro Aid Society," expect to forvranl another box on Monduy nmt, April 14; and wish all who contribute Co it to ' send tboir contributions to Dr. John stone the Saturday previous. Tbey hope the friend of the cause in the coun. try will furnish them with feather to fill aomo pillows. Tha earnest appoaN we so often receive, to relievo tho suf fering in oar Hospitals, should (ouch every woman's heart. Wo cannot, liko the Qool old Samaritan, bind up tha wounds ourselves, but wo can aid those who do, by furnishing the "oil and wine." Lot it be said of each true be irt d woman, in Highland County: "She hath done what she could". The editor has - been sick for several days, and is compelled to ask the indulgence of hi readers for all defieioncies In this week's 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. — 10 April 1862

Farmer's Department. Are You Ready for Spring? Ara jom rmitj for tprlneT Are til yoor old tool! and. irnplsmsrits in food OYnVr tot tha TjpratioriB of ths field? IT ara t parohassd of rWd made, tDj w tool or Implements, for tha farm, which, toil must neasril 1st when tha iassoA for fl.il! opnra tion ally has eomraiincnd? Fisto yu laid ill yonr plans well judioiouMy and wUelj for tha sessoo? Hart yon resolrsd that the nett season you will raaka, stvs and PP' mor manure to the aoil than erer bcfor. ami thm raiso bettor crops than nsuil? If all thess things hfe not beon attended to du ring the winter, now is the time to pre pare for the operations of the field. iot oe enter on the docket for the pres ent month: PREPARATION OF TOOLS AND IMPLEMENTS. Are ronr plows In readiness fur the aoil? If job are to purchase a new one or two, and are in doubt which kind to purchase, auk the privilese of trying three or four different kinds with a view of pnrchnsinjr. Any manufactu rer will willinjrl...

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 April 1862

J. L. BOARD MAN,J Editor andProprietor. $ i Jfitnulir laurral icbotci io Ileitis, politics, literature, :. Igrtettltaw,' gftarhtls, c. t One Dollar a Year; ) Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXV. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, AP11IL 17. 1862." NUMBERrer. Poetry. AGRICULTURE IN 1900. Mtiwiui "Sight, PmilM and HkMche." gWrt the following ktch of Arlcuttur In DeTonplilr. Kng Und, fct the present day, and what It mfjjr t In I900i A. D. 1861. Comof wtfn, tU llmf for weto rlil ! The clock ( iti-iklng five Re quick nd pp't the tntftea fHtxtj Now do, lai, look Hi if. I'm (tot to put my but-Lor In, And now th ftrnt of May'i romef I don't k nm how ue halt Kt on, If many rainy dayn come. I've got to cart out nil my dung And lime to till the tntei Th land' an wrt at wet can he, How botherrd my poor pate 11 Thent'n Brlik and Uoxer cruel gatl-(, And Tidy Mara I ptrlpyj And ote am down, and whnnt'f a'rallod, And Roger'H alwaye Rwfpy; And all the sheop hare grit the K&Ut . And wrw)l'n...

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 April 1862

mi.L5BORouan, onio. ., - ' Thursday, - - April 17, 1862. .tLi!! ; LATEST NEWS. Ococral Ualleck arrived at TitUburg Landing on Friday, and assumed com mand of the array. Another great battle it espeeted ia tbat vicinity. Gen. Mitchell has captured Hunts 'tille, Alabama, and now holds 100 miles of the Memphis and Charleston .railroad, as far west as Dccator, Alaba- , Bl. Fcrrt Pulaski, near Savannah, sur rendered to our forces on the 11th. Savannah must soon bo taken. ' Gen.' MoClellan is still besieging Yorltown. General Pope and Commodoro Foote re getting ready to attack Memphis. The Battle of Pittsburg Landing. We give np a large portion of our col umns to the details of this great battle, which was by far the most terriblo and bloody conflict that ever occurred on Ibis continent. It seems now to be ad mitted that onr Generals were taken completely by surprise and were guilty of ncgleetiog the most ordinary pre cautions to prevent such a disaster. Nothing but the unconquerable brav...

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 April 1862

Matters about Home. REMOVAL. Tha Office of the News Is removed to th North Bide of Mala street. 2d door entof High street, up stairs, lmmeiH telj over the post-offloe. Alumna Meeting. Tho meeting resident Alumnaa of Oakland Female Seminary and Ilillsboro Femalo College, announced for Saturday last, was "post' ponod to lhi Afternoon, Thursday, April 17th, at 3 o'oloclc, at the College Chapol. Miss America Barrf-re, an amiable and iccomplishod dnnghter of our fellow-citizen, Bcnj. Bnrrero, Ksq., died on Thursday last, ofter a lingering and painful illness. Her remains were fol lowed to tho grave on Saturday, by long train of eorrowir.g fiionds and ac quaintances. From the COrn. Adjutant J. M. Barrere, Capt. J. L. Hill, Capt. Harry, and Assistant Q. M. Woodrow, of tho COth, arrived at homo on Monday even ing. They report tho regiment gener ally well and in good spirits, the ray master having just visited them and dis tributed a largo amount of Unclo Sam's "grecn-bneks." Unpt. Hill bro'...

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 April 1862

Farmer's Department. Farmer's Department. [Written for Field Notes. Sugar Cane Culture. There is an unusual doree of inter est manifested imon? farmer! in pro curing the host available sugar on no eed foi their neit planting.. This in tore! anm'uftl ime lo oon, for ft in pretty jnhmflf known, that after a few yf af planting from the aameiood, it hjbiirinff nature random tjhf stalk nearly Worthfox for .nakinjjr; stiajnr or syrup. Ilenoe we see the aluoluto no cossity of keeping the seed pure, toio are a good yield of jaiae. The yellow aeod, I think, is much bettor than the brown, in many respects. It is earlier, Wllpro.lace -rnore to the acre, and the Jrup. ia niflcb, lighter In cblor..' . In planting either kind, plant in hot beds by all means. By so doinsr the crop will bo two weeks earlier, and be sides this, setting the plants in fresh plowed "round, gives them a start of gTass and weeds. But if the plants aro not thus ,set out, , the seed should be sprouted pfctiijus iot plantin...

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 April 1862

: " .t"". i J J. L. HOARDMAN.j Editor andProprietor. ) Jfanttlg iuiiral glcbotcir its . IJefos, fjolitics, literature, Agriculture, Unrltefs, fa'.. $ One Dollar a Tear; ) Strictly In Adrcnce. VOL. XXV. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGrH.LA.ND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 24. 1862. NUMBER 52. Poetry. THE SENTRY. THE SENTRY. [From the German of of Letse, by C. T. D.] They're ton I The watch-Sree they hare tot Glow tan4 IIm moanlaia-paaeM yet I Oat throngh the derknen iif lb nl(hl, They fUih a eilont, flickering light. They ehlne on rlctory'e dletanl truck, Wheiita none, elaa I fur me nnn hack I They IiIm blee to death to-night True eentry on the rlekt ef fight. HiMhed la the tumult of the fray 1 The powaer-enoke U blown away ; Kalnt, broken ehee tall my ear . My oomradee afl are far from her. Yet, though my comrade all are for, There gleam, full many a golden alar, And angel-head light upon high The eternal watch-Bret of the aky. On, eomradoe brare, to victory ! Farewell, ya banner, high tad free t...

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 April 1862

fEjjrPflfelanV-pDS niLLSBOROuan, onio. Thursday - - April 24, 13G2. LATEST NEWS. Tn Lkojsi.atcre ,.w ill probably ad journ about the first of May. The Home on Monday resolved to adjourn line die at that date. The . Pcnato bnd previ ously passed a resolution to adjourn on the 24th of April. Tha Dew apportionment bill which passed the House last week, makes a dis trict of Highland, Clermont, llrown, Clinton and Fayette counties. The bill will probably pass in this shape. Dr. Robt, onr State Senator, has introduced a bill to make vaccination compulsory, under severe penalties. ,. . . . ,. . Theobjeetofthe b.ll is to eradicate Small Pox Hospitals have been fitted up at Camp Denoison, sufficient to accommodate be tween 3,000 and 4,000 wounded and sick soldiers. About 600 of the wound ed from ' Pittsburff are now there, 100 of whom are rebel soldiers. A number of wounded men from this county are there. There is an abundance of nur ses, and tho sufferers aro made as com fortable as possibl...

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 April 1862

Matters about Home. REMOVAL. Tha Office of the New Is removed to haNortn aide of Main street, 2d oor sat of High street, up atalre, Imuiedl ately over the poet-office. The COth Gone to Paukkhsburo, Va. A dispatch was received from Maj. Mtrliv, on Mondiiy night, B'atinjr, that the COth would leave Gallipoliu for rrkersburg on that day, to guard tho Northwestern branch of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad. The "boys," wa sup pose, will not like this Itibd of service Tory well, but probably they will not bo kept there long. Only ono member of Co. "I," 21th OMo, from this county, was killed in the Pittsburg tattle Benjamin David eon, f Salem tp. Three were wound ed, wlrcrse names wo riivo la! week. Seterat -others of the company had nar row cscirpes. Among them Ordorly Ser geant Ad. Glenn, of this place, had a mUBket boM 7nss through his coat, end Ebert Lemon, olso of Hillsboro, was -struck on the foet by a ball, which tore otT part of his shoe-sole. Andy and OcorgeCharW, two of the wou...

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 April 1862

Farmer's Department. [Written for the Ohio Farmer. Experiments with Sorghum. I now fulCI my promifH. to rivo my experiment in prowinsr Sorghum, and making tiiois.8o& from the juioe of the cane?. After plaoting patch in the corn-Acid, and hating seed left, I plant ed a variant piece in the garden, ten feet wido, by thirteen fret long, to experi ment on. .The soil was a gratel loam, and shadod.'erter J! o'clock, I. M., by a largrpoaf Troe, I , marked the rows north and south, nearly threo feet apart; and drilled in the seed thick; kept the ground clean of weed, and let the canes :row thick. Sept. 2'.U, cut the panicles. Oot. 10th, eut and alnppe.l the leaves off the caeos, and passed thorn through the iroo mill, snd obtained seventy niije pounds of juice; boiled it in a large kettle in a kitchen fire placo, and ob tained aeventeen and a half pounds of good thick molnssos; equal to one pound of sirup froro four and a half of juice; or, over one ana a Halt gauon irum half of one squ...

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