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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 5 June 1862

J. It. BOARD MAN, EditorandProprietor. ) damilg- JauTOl glcfcfllci la $fcfo5, Mittcs, iftcratttrc, gricitlturc, llladicts, &t. One Dollar a Year; ) Strictly in Advice. VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND "COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 18G2. NUMBER 6. CAPTURE OF N. ORLEANS. Scenes Along the River and in the City. Commodore Farrngnt in his official ro fiort of the nnptnro of tho City of New Orleans modestly nays '.hat "it has been done In what I conceive to bo a hsnd- aome manner, and the wtioio country is of the samo opinion. The vivid pie- tares' of the scenes along the river and in tho City, "before and after the capture, which we take irom ma inew ior uer- ld, are of extraordinary Interest: FLAG SHIP, April 24_P. M. THE START TOWARD NEW ORLEANS. At 11 o'clock thin morning we up nchor Ar Nw Orleans, leaving tho Kineo and Wissahickon to guard the Quarantines and keep possession of the n1a wWIt led nnt seaward. Cant. IWgs of the Vcruna, wont down to let GB. Butler know Of Our suc...

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. — 5 June 1862

tlio rcatorntion of power that pro 1wy oligsrchy who, the moment they uaw the srrpfre rlcpnrHnp; from tlicir h im1, j the decision of "Ihe popular will," drttrrtnined to destroy povern men which they, could no longer wield o gnhsorte thoir nifit,ions snd selfish purposes. They determined fo rebel (rinfit "the popular will." The men who inaujrur.ilcd this rebellion, oil helond to "that ancient. or?snlzed. Pemocntif! party, whinh. for Grt yrftrs. did scenre the property, riehfs, and lih rrties nf the States and the people." The Pelf-clorifioafiort find boastin? of thin address amount to thin: As long s the American peoplo were willing to concede to the slave oligarchy the pow. rr of povcrninpt, of moulding nnd con. trollintr the national policy, and monopo lirinp its offices and emolument!", thoy wcro willing to maintain the Constitu tion as it was and prcservo the Union; bot the moment the popular will deter mined to place the power in other hands, they lifted the arm of rebellion Ag...

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. — 5 June 1862

Matters about Home. U if An unusnnt press of job work Hie pud Week mnst bo our npology for all tlcfhierjcics in this wock'n pnper. H V Don't forget the Strawberry Fes tival this ftcrnoon and evening. II.. F. Coi.lEiib Tho annual Cata lopu e of this institution lias j ust been prin wd at tbis office, and will ba roady for listribution next week. We are plea cd to learn that the number of tup ils dorinc the past year 'wn 00, nhoYfing a small increaso over the pre viou S year, notwithstanding tho War, We Mre also glad to be able to atato au thor itavely, that the College will twl be cloned after the present session, but will reopen after vacation, under the control or tho present accomplished Principal, Miss WARDEN, and her able corps of assistants From the 60th. On our first page we copy two very interesting articles, explaining t no pos ition and movements of (Jen. Fremont's army before its recent march eastward We also publish a letter from n member of tie GOth, which, is part of th...

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. — 5 June 1862

Farmer's Department. Fruit Garden. Snrnrrirr pruninjr froit trees is yet but ImporfrrMy nnilerstond mnny arnn fins all noof. ndi?priin!n(i(ply. " 0'ily linse shonM he pinched buck tW nrptn liknly to cmw stron-ror thnn nth r. The object is In et a'l to grow of one uniform utrnneth. If one hoof frovn Klronser tlmn snottier on a fruit tree the others will tret continnnlly wpRkor, and hyo nn! byo worthli-". 1'inchine them nfl weaken a otron? ehoot.ifdnne 1-eforo it pnrfiilW hardena; nrl the new nhnnM it i afterward com fielled to pot forth, will hi) no atronuer than thne not pinrhe.J J aek. Kmept in ory few inifnncca. if due nttrntion were pniii to anmmer pruning, there wo'ihl be, no occasion at all for winter pruning. rnt'MNO FrTIT Treks i tro often preatly neeltpti!l. Let Ilii be aftendel to when it, i too wet to plow or plant, or t mnke fi-neea. Forauoh work, one needs a amall. aharp axn, a aharp anw. and a pood knilV. A largo poeket knifnwill snhsorvn a irood pnrnose; hut, in the ab...

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. — 12 June 1862

J. L. BOARD MAN,j Editor andProprletor. ) & litnttlir Iduraal-idMrftlr to gftos, politics, literature, grmtlturc, Sfcirhds, c. ! VOL. XXVT. HILLSBOROUGH. TIFGFILVND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. .TUNE 12. 1862. NUMBER 7. ' jj Poetry. BRIGADIER-GEN. LANDER. DIED MARCH 2D, 1862. . Wa loae mn In him who dloa to-doy Nototiaot t tin common lork thut earth can ipara On of tliaatrong, undanntal few, who atara In Panjer'a aval until It allnkaawar. The thlek-rllibad a;nnltaof bin native Mill Mot flrraaf than hla nntnra for tha Right I Mora frarlf ha, (ha ITercar rRfrad tha ftgcht t Whan inch men draw thalrCcnntrjr'aiWord, It k Ilia I Ha conld notpfaynt war, aawltnaaa flrat Phlllnpl'i morning charge, and laurel Hill. And tha awlft mldniiht charge throh Bloomer, Gap! lta M. l-n,l with ilonMfol rrlaiiria accural, And atrurk for bar lnalilted Rag, until Hla dying hradanok In her wrrowlvg lap. a - [For the News. RETALIATION. 'Why didn't you curie him, Hugh? It would hate relieved your angered loul ...

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. — 12 June 1862

(tin pgjjlimb llctos. aitcsBOROUon, onio. Thursday, Juno 12, 18G LATEST NEWS. . Just as we go to press, Wednesday, 2 o'clock, we hate received the Cincin nati papers of this mornins, from which ' we learn that Gen. Fremont forced the rebel army under Jackson into a gener- - al battle on the 8th, at Buftcr6eld, 8 miles beyond Harrisonburg. The bat tle taBtcd three hoars, until dark, when Jackson retreated, having suffered a very heaty loss. Oar loss estimated at from 600 to 800 killed and wounded. Tho 60th Ohio was in tho fight, but its lose is not staled. We infer from this that it is small, as the loss of other reg ' imenta ie given. The famous rebel General Ashby was killed in a fiht with our foreee with Jackson's rear gsard, on the evening of tho 6th. We have at last the glorious news of the fall of Memphis. The particulars of the brilliant achievement of our ganbonts before that city will be found in another column. A hundred chcors for our gallant sailors! They have added fresh...

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. — 12 June 1862

Matters about Home. From the 60th. Wo have nothing from tho 60th since An litMt issue, excect what ia contained in the tolcgraphio dispatcher and the letter on our first page. Ho loners lave hoen roceived hero from the main body of the rcgimont since they left Moorefidd, on the march toward Winchester. Tub Strawberry Festival for the leneGtof the Baptist Church Choir was a complete success, tho receipts being the largest that have been reajized here on any similar oocasion for a long timo. Thwholo affair refit Qtcd great credit on the managers. - - - . An interesting letter from our towns man, Capt. Buck, of tho lt Ohio Cav airy, will be found in another column. . "Uncle Ben" is after tho "Tree Fed leva" again; see his letter in our "Farm ers' Depertment." . " The Ladies' "Soldier's RolierCirclo" of Dunn's Chapel, Union tp., last week sent a largo box of hospital supplies to the Sanitary Commission at Cincinnati. . . On behalf of our readers, we thank our valued correspondent, "Mary...

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. — 12 June 1862

Farmer's Department. [For the News. LETTER FROM "UNCLE BEN." LETTER FROM "UNCLE BEN." Tree Pedlors Again-A Caution to Farmers. PENN TP., June, 1862. 1'niBsn Doardman: tt Ii a lorn Km since I hate written hjth!nj fc the "Fanner's Pepnrtmeftt" of thi News, thon.h I do not know tint 1 nsve Pr-cn tnj mora remiss than your other contributors to 'lint depnrtment Terhnpfi they, Iiko myself, live hem toe much absorbed in the wnr to write. Yet, exoitinpe as tbo times lire, nnd ad dsd to this the care of a wounded son. I have taken idurage to attempt a short communication onco more, tho object of whitih is to acain emition the pub lic spninst a species of h'ghitay rohhen that 1 find are apoin prowling about throtiph the country, robbing unsus peoting farmers and others in o mui'h meaner way than to meet them in the road, and pistol in hand, demand their money. I alluda to" certain persons who are going through the country, taking or ders for fruit and ornamental trees, shrubbery, vines, rosio...

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. — 19 June 1862

J. L. B O ARD MAN,) Editor andProprielor. ) VOL.XXVT. . Jfmnilir (iurra Dcbolfli io $fclus, IJoliiics, literature, gricitlturc, $J;uicfs, c. t One Dollar ei Year; ) Strictly in Advance. HILLSBOROUGH, H1GHLA.ND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 19. 1862. NUMBER 8. d l r tit: 44-, The Home Circle. The Love of Home. If nnhler sentiment thnn the following, whirl) were tittered by Daniel Webter, ever fell from human lips, we have yet 1o see them. They are indeed, pearls of the rarest value, and should e cherished in the very heart of hearts by vfTy otie: "It is only shsllow-minded pretend ers who make either distinguished ori pin a matter of personal merit or ob scure origin a matter of personal re. "proach. A man who is not ashamed of liimself need not be ashamed of his early condition. It did happen to mo to he 1orn in a log-cabin, raided among the snow-drifts of New Flampshiro, at period so early (bat when the smoke first rose from its rude chimney and curled over tho frozen hills, there w...

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. — 19 June 1862

not n " ' i ""' ." . , , L -a J r a r liMnhTM nnoi iiren n (teptnen liirxniio-.".". On e trenr, rmwevfr, until ntiddenlf fnr comrny mme npon n open field, in full vifw or the rr-M wnra, A nnlt w immptlinfolr PfilTr.i, nd purloin in deed vert tho ryr fruit looked out from If hind ibo trrr- upon tht formidnMn errey of ei rili-wot It, not more t'in two nnntred virdi Horn the?. After hort rpr-onnn!fine na co rum end for- rd a eiivn, nnd nwsv wi" 'nP trtrre rnmMininu on the doriMe quirk nrro tne finlil. Alt neemed to Tie with each nthor. to who hou1d first, reach the much dpairr-d eonl; nnil '"n y"r rnrresiionrient'n short. lr-n, ,nP.T hitfl rrnlly nscprfdinptl that th rebel, wern not in their trenchon, made excelIpnt time, an. ennhleJ him to bo elonjr when it. filmost n - ' . i s-... one mn. mnnn fort tha work, vur rlantac8 oi ITH'll II1IIJT HIVHI' ,li " prnnnd. wm the first to reneh ttie wonts, end to it belongs the honor of Iininj; first entered tho ennmv's fortifications on the extro...

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. — 19 June 1862

Matters about Home. Commencement Week H. F. College. Closing eicrc'mes of Frimy School i TuctoUy, June 24th,8J A. M. Examination of Preparatory Class, Tuesday, Jane 21th, 2 I'. M. Examination of First Year and So phomore Classes, Wednesday, Jane ?Jth, commencing at A. M. Examination of Junior and Senior Classes, Thursday, commencing at 8J A. M. Wednesday evening, 8 o'clock, Con cert end Entertainment by the Litorary Societies in the M. E. Church. Thursday evening. Atumnal Rcccp tion in the College Parlors. Friday evening, 8 o'clock, in the M. E. Church, Address before Si.rourney As.ooiation by Prof. Sams. Graduat ing Exorcises. &o. Alumnal Reception H. F. College. At the meeting of the Resident At umnro, Saturday, June 14th, the follow ing Committees were oppointed: . Committee on Refreshments Mrs. John Dill, Mrs. E. Thompson, Mr. Dr. Smith, Mrs. J. K. Marlay, Mrs. Judge Evans Mrs. L. Clayton, Mrs. Jaines, Mrs. Lizzie Richards, Mra. J. B. Hill, Mrs. C. Gregg, Mrs. John A. Smith ...

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. — 19 June 1862

Farmer's Department. Flower Garden in June. Tun is prorl inl of flnwers. Roars K rn in their , hr-Mity slid InvJah their ,ir.nty vtnpsvinr'1y. tJerhncpnii tlnn' nf iiioiit kind's re in nlnem fin rlpp ins rrnntji. Some of lbs enrliesl ptintisls ore in flowr-r, and sono of flif Inter fori if thry rinf Vif-n fnrwfir1fl.l in n hnr rf?, will no fnnnd iipU'yinff lliri'r iilnnin-. Tn Mii. mnntlr NaiUr" is in liar ntmnt irlnrv and hfflii'. Tht trr-os in nil I Its rirhnp of Mieir fresh (Alin'.'P, th r.'in uninjured yet hv Innff wnlintied ttr'nnth. shrub und flnwerinjr rUnt triili their lovely flower, tlia pn niil letnppranre nnf, yt renehinff the ferrid fuinmer lmnN, all' comhins tn lnnkn JiinontiA of tho tmt enjoy hie months in the year. And it in CHpRoi nlly so in the enuntry. If you live in tle eity, by nil mean visit the country in .Time. , . The work in the flower enrden is not honw. hut Mill to keep everything neat nnd onlorlr. requires some time and n:n'h wnlehfnlne. Thn W.W will need...

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. — 26 June 1862

, ' r 1 ' 1 IHin'lllll III I if I M M ...Mil liUIUL.! -U. ,1 ill iiTTMf HlWWMmnnn fisj II j.f Jisnw. . j. j i IHW WMu, J. L. BOARD MAN, Editor and Proprietor . V VOL. XXVT. PI r . or. ! S f 4 jk. I "U SIB i cV J!'"""!,' 3iuimi iitBottJ io HILLSBOROUGH, 'IIFGlILiND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. , . . uU..ji.jt.l 4 . I . . .f . J rtlhV. .... news, -tomes. At 1 4 I I - l . t ,. M it tratore. ftmmn htrr. lSV. S .ItJXH 2(t. 1802. Warbrfc Pr 5 o. Don-. Tt, 1 Strictly in Advance. NUMBER 9. The Home Circle. A Second Miss Brownlow. There is a young lady named Miss Richmond, residing near Raleigh, whose heroic nets fully vie with those of the famous Miss Brownlow. of Ten nessee. Her father is a daring Un ionist, nnd recently csoaped from an es cort of rehels who lnd him in charen. Miss Richmond handles a musket, rifle or shot enn with a precision and Rk ill fully equal to any sharpshooter, and is at any timo ready to join the clan of which her father is the loader, whenev er it is off on nn expedit...

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. — 26 June 1862

" "niLLSBOKOUGn. OHIO. . ' - . Thursday, - - - June 2G.13G2. ,l""""'V s i - u. W u .; so- k -J yr,. . r" Tlie editor is confined to nis room bj sick noM, which h . prevented hi replying to tlo articles in last week s Gazette. To the Loyal People of Ohio. EXECUTIVE OFFICE. v,iiruniT D.. June IS. 0- A prompt and psllnnl response lias fieon made to tFio rail lor mrce men. Over two thousand Im pone to the field; and another Regiment will noon tie read, leavim; an smple force (.hoot two thousand.) for State guard dutv. But i w""1 ,i(lvise yn . ! neither of the five ttcpiments nntlmmed to ho mined for three vnnrs or durinff tho war, is yet full. Keemitins officer have heen appointed in tho several counties, and I hnvo now to invite your hearty co-operation in filling tip these l.cgimenls, to secure which, it is derm cd nccepfarv Jonly to assnro you that onr Government stands in immediate need of this force. Arouse then, fellow citizens, and thus enable Ohiojo maintain her proud position i...

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. — 26 June 1862

Matters about Home. Rtv. W. M. Mullknix preached at the M. E. Cliuroh in this place last Sabbath. He in paying a short visit to his old home. By private letters from the GOth, we learn that the wound rnccived by our correspondent, A. B. Hupins, in the battle oF Cross Keys, was in the leg. That of Jas. Ervin, of Co. "A," was in the knee. Both were doing well at last accounts. Catt. Ezka Stf,venson, of Co. "K," 12th Ohio regiment, arrived at homo on Saturday night last, on sick furlough. Wo regret to learn that ho is quite fee ble, from n recent severe attack of hem orrhage of the lungs. His regiment is ttill at Pint Top Mountain, Virginia. . Capt. Sam. D. Stuart, of the 40th Illinois regiment, son of our townsman, Mr. llobert Stuart, has been hore for Borne tirao past, visiting "his relatives, and recovering from wounds received nt the battle of Pittsburg Landing. lie left on Monday morning to rejoin his regiment, now in Mississippi. Dentistry. Having recently had occasion to test hi...

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. — 26 June 1862

The Battles of a Year. On your rn, the 12th rf April, f fnrred trie firnt rl,on nf rnU wnr. Tnn thnnssnr, rr?l oprtd fir rtrion f" tTloy1 nlrtiera in Fori Rnmtflr.Trie fol Jowinr Kr will fcnw lt ?mt' worls: April 17. IT Tfifil-Forf Snmtr-r S. C. sinne 10 TTiar Pnhl. Tinrinio. Jnlt 5 Citrtfineo. MiMfinrt. .Tnl? 12 Kichmonnfuin. Viririniii. JnlT 14rWiclcsfar.l, Vircinia. July 21 Hull Hun. Vireifi. Annnsv 10 SnrincfioH. M;""nri. Prt. 20 Lminernn. M!finn. October 9 Saota Itnsfi Nand, Flor id". fTotoW ft ll'ili'-. BlnfT. Vircini. OctoBer 2T Frodcrinktown, Mion. ri. Nomber T Fort Royal, P. Carolina. Not. 8 Belmont', Missouri. T)fe. 20 Trineevilln. Virginia. Jan. 1!), 1RG2 Will Sprlnjr, Ky., Feb. fi Fort ITenry. Tennei'o. Feb. 7-8 RonnoltA fslnnd. N. (T. Feb. 13-16 Fort Donolpon. Tertn. Feb. 21 ValveriK Now Mexico. March 6, 8 Pea Rids?, Arfcnn?a. March 8, 9IIampton Road's, Vir ginia. March 14 Newborn, N". Cnrolina. March 23d Winchester. Vircinia. . April ft, 7 Pittahnr Lnndine. Term. April...

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 July 1862

H iami!! Jcunml "M& to- $fctos, politics, literature, grintltiuT, Elwlicfs, &r. YOne Doflar vi Year; ) Strictly In Advance. J. L. BOAUDMAN,) EditorandProprietor. ) HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 3. 1862. NUMBER 10.." VOL. XXVT. ii miMijm.iij.M.i .- l - - if in l IT ' " ""-"-rtlfr HIIIIUI LIIW III I , . I .ym.lMU WW Mil M- Iff f .0 Skedaddle. The iliaaos of nfht wire fulling tost. As through a Southern village passed, A youth who bore, not over nice, A banner with the gay device, flMntUM ni hslr ni red; Mi l beneath r-eeped like an scorn from III sheath. While with ft frightened voice ho mug A burden itrnniro from Yankee toiitt( HkciadAM, Tta law no household lire, whom he Might warm hli tod of homlnjfi 'Heyond, the Cordilleras shone; And from lil lips reaped Ik groan, FWffilHM "Oh, itiiy," ft ciillnd pusson mid. "An' un dii boiom rci' your lied!" The Octoroon ih winked her eye, Bat itlll he answered, with sigh, f.fdodilW "Beware McClellnn, Bnell mid Bank...

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 July 1862

LATEST NEWS. Tn.i,,', fWeduesdavVi city papers brine us no farther particulars of the i.mT. Richmond last week. The details have probably not yet been re ceived at Washington. n.l.i.ii aim from Gen. Model- lan'a army is that he has effected a junc tion with the cunboats on James River. Our troops nndcr Gen. Benhara wore repulsced in ao attack on Charleston on the 16th of Jane, with a loss or about 100 killed and 800 wounded. Gen. Benham is under arrest Tor diso bedience of orders. , Gem. Fremont has resigned his command in Virginia, and Gon. Figel Jus been appointed to succeed him. Gen. Fremont's resignation was in con sequence of the recent order placing Gon. Tope over him, the latter officer being his junior in date of commission. T be army greatly regretted Gen. Fre mont's, resignation, hut are mnch pleas ed with his succexsor, the gallant Rigcl. , ,.A . v- S5y The Editor is again at his post, but has been unable to pay tnueh .(ten-1 t on to this week'a paper. IIo hopes . , , he ...

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 July 1862

Matters about Home. tyfmxj-j'wi., we- W - Hoisting the Stars and Stripes. At "the dawn's eorty light" to-morrow morning, upon the rinsing of the bells, the peoplo are roqae.Bt.cd to ns semblo upon the Publio Square, to pnr ticipatein the exercises of hoisting tho splendid flag procured by our citizens for the occasion, through the cinrtions of our patriotic young friends, Mcsrg. II. N. Miller and Bcnj. Chaney, jr. The Hillslioro' Cornet Hand is ex pected to enliven the exercises with patriotic music. An impropriate ad dress will ho delivered by Lewis A. Allen. Let our citizens turn out en nutne. Speakers roil the 4th. We1 are requested to state that speeches may bo expected from thfl following named gentlemen, at the L'elob ration of the 4th in this place, to-morrow1 : Judge Slnnne, .1. J. McDowell, Tn. II. Thompson, N. N. D"lup!auo, W. M. Meek, E. L. Johnson, Nelson Uiirroro and others. The exercises commence at i o'clock precisely, at the Court llouso. The 'Ilillsboro Band is expe...

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 July 1862

Miscellaneous. The Way to the Next House. of wmoil en horeS,nk fro '" art, rutrt of asartrpta-tt,, f,r ' Oreen Mo-Wtn of Vernon, WH j. trm tWtnU In IflOTtV-"! ,0"h"ir" t" with th."..! of .it-Mon. Rut . nil thinm ' it last W Ae wr.on' n-1 neat brown km,, of a hrmr Rreeto.il." "'' N,.r the roKr wm U. lantern-inwrd boy, prooaoiy Mvaritaan J"" of ice, niRgiBg potatoea. Ha w a cirioaa- Bjrjira beh",,!--.- w II.:--In tha Temrtn nt hist K..r,. win amply made up tor K.Jn tnereii to be nf l,iroh bnrk. rr:uo-irtfl and heep-ektn; and aa for l.ia ftnt whicrt wu .r-rn butter daya but now alaa! it . the aU.doW of it" plory. W'hftl.er the tempest of tima had boat tn tne top in, or the Ud'a expanding reoiue had burat it out, it waa nut in and through the aperture, red Ut in abundance rfood six waya lor Sunday, rn abort, he was ot.e of Hie rouphot apecimens of domcjitie monu facluro that ever mortal beheld. Uur fratelinpfrrend, fcclinjr ntr Jteluna to tcrape an acqannitanco with the critter, drew op...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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