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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 14 August 1862

v A t v , . '"Mr J. L. BOARDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor. ) & Jfamilj ''laiirttal Dtftflidr itr glttos, frittics, literature; griralittrc, ITarltds, c S One Dollar a Year; ) Strictly in Advance. vol. xxv r. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, T HUIt SD A Y , AUGUST 11. mi. NUMBER 16. Master Commissioner's Sale. STTF, OF ntUO, HICHI.AND rnlNTV, SS. TTJVHSIIANT to thi roinmanil nf nn nrilcr fnr snlf from ths Court of Cnnilnnn PI'S, In anil fur said s'nnnls-. srii to ms rtlrprtr-fl, 1 will nffor At piihllo .ale M tlio door of the Couri Housn In llill.liuro, on Monday, AuguntU, A. D. 1802, M o'clock 1". M. of miM (lav, Dm f..lowlii dcwrlheil ri'.il .mto, Mtu.its In tlisuuiinty of Illelilnna nnd Slntc of Olilu, t.i-wlt: Nil ncrns of Innil, more or lew, pert of Siiroy No. Wi, beirlmiliiK at n stunt. III the annili line or nid sur vey, and Miiithraet ritrm-r to JihIMi llnlr's land; run ning lln'iire with IiIh line north 10 riVarrcea ciwt 107 poln to n stnnc nt the north line ol mid mir...

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. — 14 August 1862

&jc $igM;mi plus. HILLSBOROUGH, OHIO. Friday, A115 3t 1582. s. nr. petteiu & ro. Kv 81 F.rk Row, If. Tork, mil ftt it., Buton. tire our nnljr Auent. fot th Niw In thoM cltlee, end r nthnritdl lo Kk Ailmtitrimnli nd Siioeerlptlons loMMttoartnvH? HTM. LATEST NEWS. VOLUNTEERING TO BE, CONTINUED TOTHE 22D INST. Cor.CMBUS, Anpiwt 14. To the sev- oral County Military Committees of tho Stat : By dispatch this moment (11 P. M.) received' from tho Secretary of War. I am authorized to recruit for the new regiments until tho 22d inst., on tho arnn terms as heretofore. Voliinteerin? to fill up old regiments in the field, will continue on the name terms ns heretofore, until tho first of Septomber. and if not filled up by that diy,-a special draft will bo initio fr thnt purpose The draft for tho 300, 000 militia for Dine months, will com mence on the 4th day of September, and continuo from day to day until completed. And now, fellow-citizens, ono more prand effort, and the proud character...

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. — 14 August 1862

Matters about Home. .ieiiWieZ22&"- COUNTY- AUDITOR. We are auth.irlred to announce JAMES M. MAT. THKWSnaa candidate fur County Auditor, auhfert i. the decision oriha Union County Convention, tu ha held Ai'(. 10th. au.tt Apologetic. Wo ore compelled to atk the indul? ence of our readers for the delay of this week's pnper. Since our last issue, we hnvo bceo absent from town r-cvernl dujs, and our foreman and prehuman, Mr. A lion, has been octirely engaged most of tho time in recruiting for the 89th Ohio regiment. Owine; to these circumstances, and tho pressing de mand for handbills for military pur poses, we have been unable to issue the paper at tho usuil time. Wo have however, done the best wo could, and think our readers will consider our ex cuse a viili l one. I Judge Briggs Nominated for Congress. The Union District Convention for the counties of Highland, Clermont. Brown, Clinton and Fayette, composing the new Gth Congressional District, met in this placo yesterday, (Thursda...

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. — 14 August 1862

Farmer's Department. Cutting Back Newly Transplanted Trees and Vines. It not freqaentlj happens that a tree, or fine, does not .start well ftor it i Mt out. It even refuses to emrt at all. and begins to "die down" frojn th cx treroitie toward the roots. If let alons it will prob.blr be entirely dead before ths mimrnnf is nvnr. Sometimes a tree starts quire feebly, and it seems doubt ful if It will master Tifftlity enough to keep it alive. In these cases, also, if lot alone, the chances ara th:it death will bo the result. lari iij.irtty l' auoli trees can ba saved, by "imply cut tiojrthom. bnek. The' writer has saved several ih the prcMiit seimn. Io lome eases, a severe shortening in all of tlio. branches was suffioient, in others itwa found necessary to cut the whole tree back nearly to-the ground., tty so doinpr, t-Pie reniuirin; vitality is allowed to expend its whole force wpon a few buds, which piirih with vigor, and soon sufficient Cotiago is scoured to save the tree. Where a 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. — 21 August 1862

J. L. BOAttD MAN,) Editor andProprletor. & danttlj laitnml )fl)DfA to plus, litics, ITttcraterr, Agriculture, ffarlic!s, 'fa.. One Dollar a Tear; ) Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, 'THURSDAY. AUGUST '21. 1862. NUMBER 17. art IHaster Commissioner's Sale. STATE or OHIO, HIOIII.AND COUNTY, PS. I'm U (HIT A NT to the' command of an order Tor sate froin tlio Court of Common Peas In and fur mid county, and to ime directed. will ofT.T at public fata at tha door of lha Court House In Hillsboro, Ohio, on Monday, August 25, A. D. 1862, at i o'clock P. M., the following described real estate, '"xil'that certain tract or parrel of land sltnatt In Penn township, In tha county nf lllnhland and Stole of Olllo, and bounded and described a follows: U..I tuning at a burr-oak In the original Una of KoM. Ballard's survey. No. itli thence with tha old Una north 19 degrees wostlOl poles, crossing tha creak sere, ral times, to a stone near rcd-hnd i thence aoulh 70 ...

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. — 21 August 1862

" HiLiYsBonouan, omo. FrUav.. - - Ati?. 21, 18G2. No. 17 I'' 11". fork, and e Slat. . Boston, at ,i. lti f-rtha N.vra In ho cltiee.and air uthnrtre.. to lake-Advertisement, and 8.ibcrlr.tio.. fur us at our lowrat tm. Order for the Arrest of Disloyal Persons. WAsnrsoToi. Aus.S. Tlio fnltowin;; orJor. nntrtorir'tns tho arre of pernou discouraging cnTistmon ta, has boon issu- War Pcr'T, Washington. PC, AopustSth, 1862. Ordered I't. That all United Stales Marshals and Superintendents or Chiefs or Police or any town, city or district, be and they are hereby authorised and directed to arrest nod imprison any per son or persons who may ba ensaged, by act, ompoech, or writing iu discoara-r-inp; volunteer enlistment, or in any way piling aid or comfort to tho eiiercy, or in any other disloyal proctico against the United States. 2d That immediate report ho made to Maj. L. C. Turner, Judgo Advocate io order that such persons may bo tried before a military commission. 3d. The ipencs of such arr...

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. — 21 August 1862

Matters about Home. 4u ' ' L l Free Lecture on tub Falls op Niagara. Mr. Alex. McLeod, will deliver a Lerture on the Fulls of NU sgara, nt tho Tresbyterian Church, Tnia Evknino, Thursday, August 2h. Tbe Publio aro Invited to attend. Bfi.Tlicro is to bo a pi oat war meet ing in Greenfield, to morrow, 223. . - tgMajor Marliiy roturns to the 60th next Thursday; nil new recruits are re quested to he hero tho day before 27th Catt. Glenn's Uompant ' left for Camp DcnnUon, on Saturday morning hot. Tho company numbered about 103 men. Fire. A framo stable belonging to N. Rockhnld, in the roar of Copes' ba kery, was burned on Saturday night Inst, supposed to have been set on fire. Loss small. . Capt. Gcthimk'h Company, of the ftOth Ohio, is full, and wont to Cuuip Dennison on Tuesday morning. . Capt. Barrktt, and Lieuis. Bever- idgc and Viekcrs aro working hard to fill the eecond company of tho 89thOhio before ' to-niorr ow night, (Friday.) Th?y luck but a few men. Tho company will rendezvous...

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. — 21 August 1862

AYER3 OATHAKTIO PILLS. .vircpl.lnlngl Art Jim nnt ot outer, wtili yonr ty.tom d ranrfd, and your w-ellngt tin orui stable! Thet rytnp. Inn are ofWO til prelude tn action HlrtfM. Bora lit ot t.okne. I creeping upon yon, nd .liould b avrted by timely n of th. rt.ht rm .iy. Ta Ayer' i'UIa. and linn out th. disordered hu mor. purify th blood, and lit th LiiMt mow on (nob- l I. k-.lih ....in. I They ttitnulat tli random ff til Btjjjf mlo Tlgnroui tlTlly. purify thsay.lero frunj " Mi nbtractton which wink rflwuavl A r.ffl Mil onwwh.r In th body, Mid oh. In. U It n.tnrnl tunctl.... Ttw, If not relieved, ret noon tli.m.li ud th irroondingnrgari. Pro ducing general .egravatlon, wrT.rii.g, nd dfea., Whil In thi enndi.ion, oppreMed by th derangemwite, Ukm Ayw't Fill", nd e how dlrctly they nittor th natural nrtlar, ol h tern,d wlii It th buoyant f.iug of health agal. k.l hi trae.nd o apparent tit tlila trivial and onmnnw complaint... ! tru In many of th de.p-retd and dngnni dMernpet. nrnun Mf'...

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. — 28 August 1862

j: l. doardmanj Editor andProprlelor. $ $. immk launol gdrridr io $fctos, folttics, literature, griculfiirt,. Itarlieis, fa.. Ono Dollar a Year; I Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOhOUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 18G2. NUMBER 18. Communications. [For the News. Obituary Notice of Daniel Amen, Late of the 60th Ohio. LOCUST GROVE. O., Aug, 1862. Dear News: At this time, whn io many of our soldiers have fallen, obitu ary notices must be brief. The name of Daniel Amen it famil iar to many of your reader. He was a member of Captain Harry's company, 60th regiment Ohio Volunteers, and upon Gen. Fremont's hasty departure from Franklin in pursuit of "Stonewall Jackson," young Amen, together with others who were unable to proceed with the regiment, was loft behind, and soon afterwards fell into the hands of the enemy. The friends had been advised of the dangerous illness of Daniel, and bis brother Samuel hastened with all dis patch to his relief ; but upon arriving with...

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. — 28 August 1862

PTT , niiGsnonouan, onto. Friday, Au 23, 18G2. KIT!". Union Nominations. ron coNoarss. nOBKB? M. BRI008, ' Of f svelte County. eotn? TY TICKET Andltnr. JAMES RIECC. Conimlesfoner, FBKD I. BCJIOABFIH. Infirmary Director, IWNICL BOATS. Dreadful Accident on the Mississippi. CAIRO, August 24. The etoamer Acacia ran on a snap, sixty milos below Memphis, at one o'clock on Thursday morning, and sunk in a few minutes. fibs had one hundred and fifty passen gers, six of whom were ladies. She also had a cargo of seventy five tons of antlers' goods. In five minutes' fter striking, she espsiied, nor jpper deok floating off. Many of the passengers clung to it and were tared ; but fully half were in their berths asleep, and were lost. Most of the passenger wore soldiers returning to their regiments. A number of the survivors fcavo arri red at Helena. Not less ihan seventy five or eighty persons perished. The Captain and most of bcr crew were saved. A lint of the lost has uot jet been received. The...

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. — 28 August 1862

Matters about Home. - ' lllil fc. mti'iji j'lHfa : e---. - . III. PKTTEVlilLL & CO. Ka. 37 Perk Row, N. York, and 6 8tat it., Boston, nrt ear only Agents forth Ntws In thoee. cities, nd r authorised to tako Advertisement end Subscription lor ot t our lowsst tint. t&Tmo Tory intereiting letters from the COth readied as too Into for publl cation this week. They will appear in oar next issue. Drafting Officers. Gov. Tod ling appointed our fellow-citizen Wm.Soott, Esq., Commissioner of Drafting in Highland County, and Dr. E. Holmes, Surgeon. No better appointments coald havo been made. Jt'DOE Sloanr will address the War Meeting ' Lexington, next Saturday, Aug.30i.i. . .. ' An intercati.if, letter from CampDen- nion will be found in another part of our paper. Our correspondent will keep our readers posleJ in the move ment, of the 89th Ohio. James W. Dooqett, our efficient Town Marshal, hoi been appointed TJ. 8. Marshal, in place of R. W. Spargur, resigned. A first rota selection....

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. — 28 August 1862

Did Pike Ever "Show the White Feather"? It will ba remembered tbtt we ii!J he did, Von eerUln occasion in Kenlae He Indignantly denied he oherge end demanded the proof. We promisor) io prodaoe it, or retract, but were oa- b!e to get the foots in a reliable ehape, until last week1, though we had made repeated efforts to do to. We then suo- eeededj and nor proceed to redeem our promise. Below we present the nenrn teetintony of rtrpectable toiVaenet, 'given before the City Court of Lexington, Ky. We copied this testimony word for word, without additions or omissiona from the files of the Leiingtoo Statca man, in the office of which paper Pike took refuge, and whose editor, Cot. Tay tor, (a personal and political friend of Pike) wai the principal witness on the ' trial. For the rest, la the evidence apeak for itself "comment is unnecea aary." Feather"? [From the Lexington (Ky.) Statesman, of Sept. 8, 1854.] Flournoy's Trial-Substance of the Testimony. Tha-caa of Thompson Flnnrnev. rharg...

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. — 4 September 1862

3f ' : W t-1 1' X mm J.' L. BOARDMAN,j Editor and Proprietor. ) iwmh Iwnt;t( Mti. to $fcfos, politics, fifcrafiirc, grtenltarf, ITarlicfs, " tit. , One Dollar a Year; ) Strictly in Advance. VOL.XXVT. IITLLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1802. NUMBERS 9. Our Army Correspondence. [Correspondence of the News. Letter from J. W. Steel, 60th Ohio. DETACHED BRIGADE. FIRST CORPS, ARMY OF VA. WINCHESTER, VA., Aug. 21, 1862. Mr. Boahdman : Having, what is Yathcr an unusual thing for mo. lntoly, b little leisure time, I thought I would occupy It In scribbling a few items for the 'News which wtny-posmbly, interest gome of your readers who have rela tions and friends in the army of Vir ginia. Our force here is situated in tlirco forts which we have lntely Tho main one, 'Fort Signl' constructed. was finish- d on Tuesday, and in the evening the interesting ceremony of raising the American Flag that same old flig our fathers loved for the first tuns, over the works, was witn...

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. — 4 September 1862

niL&saonouan, onio. - Thursday r - Sept. 4, 1862. y Union Nominations. UNION STATE TICKET. .lodge f Supreme Courts FDtNKT.U T. BACKIS. Secretary nf tale-W. . KFVNO.V, itorn oi c;iiAPXfitT v. or,r. eVbi.l Cminlialoaer WW T. IfEVK I. K. Board of Public n'vrkt JOIIN B. liBUU'Ullf. FOR COSilHKSS, noBEUT m. imiaas, Of Fa.iryo County. COUNTY TICKET Auditor. JAM IS REF.CK. Gonunteebtner. rnen. I. bumoarneti. IrwAravary Director, DAKTKti BOAI'i. LATEST NEWS. LATEST NEWS. Great Battles in Virginia--Terrible Slaughter on Both Sides-The Rebels Repulsed. Thera nave been bctcmI severe battles fought within (be past weefc, bo (ween oar armies under Gen. Tope and the whole reboot force in Virginia under Jaclson, Lee, Ewell and others, estimated al from 100,000 o 200,000 stron?. The Government prohibits any publica tion of the details, and we have only masrof confused and contradictory ru mors, which wo hare not tirce to print, and which mast be very unreliable and unsatisfactory, at the best. ...

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. — 4 September 1862

Matters about Home. rV,,lt)iiimiiii ftt. .- S. M. PETTENGILL & CO. No. S7 Prk Row, N. Turk, and ( St at at ., Bnetun, are nur.nty Agent forth Nw la thotn cltfr, and .re uthorlr.ed to Inko AdrertLcrocntl I Bubucrljitloni for u. it our iowi.t Kate.. trWe are again feluctuiUly com pelleJ to apologize for dcfloicncici in our pnper. Oar foreman ond one of our compositors hare recently Tolun teered in defence of their country, and we have been unablo as yet to supply tlicir place. We have a foreman en gaged, and expected that he would have been here before this, but he has been detained, we suppose, nnaroidnbly. Un dcr these circumstances we hare found it impossible to furnish our usual quan tity of rending matter without delaying the issue of our paper beyond the rcgu Inr publication day which would pre sent its reaching some of our eubscri lers until a week old. We hope soon to get our office in working trim again -when we will try to make amends for .all past deficiencies. Highland...

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. — 4 September 1862

Ohio State Fair---1862. Tb Ohio Fair KJr 18C2, Win tlm thirteenth nrtual Fair, he) J under tho aspioes of tho Stnta Bourd of Anciil ro, be held in the city of l'lce Find, on Tncslny, Wednesday, Thnr dy nd Friday tho 16th, 17-th, 13th .nd 19thof Septembor. There re few pliioe situated on tho confines of the State, which nro io rea 1 ily Bcccstille from elmost nil points of . the compua es Cleveland. Cleveland h become proverlrinl for the beauty and clejnnee of ita Mrocts and dwelling, fin Icci than iM riti'.en-. for hospitality. A city which lim in crcwied its population from 10,000 in 1850, to 50,000 in 18G0, must neecm.r rily preaent many points of interest and attraction to the visitor; among these, and of decided practical utility, are its numerous street railroads, furnishing facilitiei for visiting nlmo3t ccry por tion of the city with ease and comfort, at a very insiguiSunnt expense. The ground selected on which to bold the Fuir, are situated at the juno tion of Kinsman Street...

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. — 11 September 1862

J. L. BOARD MAN ,) Editor and ?r3prietor. ) VOL. XXVT. & Jfamils Jaurat MA to Ifetos, . foltfics, literature, Agriculture, pirltefs, c. ( One Dollar a Year; I Strictly in Advance. HILLSBOROUGH, rT.GTILA.NP COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER II. I8G2. NUMUER 20. Our Army Correspondence. [Correspondence of the News. Letter from the 48th Ohio Regiment. MEMPHIS, Aug. 26, 1862. Editor Highland News: Doubt less many of tlio readers if your excel lent paper feel a deep interest In the welfare oF the 43th. Regiment 0. V I And truly tliey should, for near four companies were enlisted in Highland und Clinton counties. The Regiment in now encamped in Fort Pickering, on the bluff bank oftho Mississippi River, about one and a half miles below the city of Memphis. Tns 48th as it was and as it is. The Regiment since it left Ohio, hns passed through many hardships; at all times occupying a place in the advance column a post of honor, as well ns danger. In every engagement, battle or skirmish, bo...

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. — 11 September 1862

niLLBOROUQII, OHIO. Thursday, - - - Sept. li, 1862. "V i'TikJA Union Nominations. ; UNION BTATR TICKET. Jnrflrtof RapromnfVinrt FRANKM!! T. BVKt'S. rVrwlary of W. H. KFNNCS. AtoriTlnral OIIArM'KY N. OT.n. -hool CnmmlaalnniT WM. T. HENRI. Board tf Public Work-JOnS B. GIE4KflT. ron conorhs. ROBERT . M. BRIGG3, Of FTPtte County. COUNTY TICKET. Anitilnr, JAM EH HEECE. C.immlaatunar, men. i. BCMnxnN'Kn. TnSrmary PlrMtor, DAMKL KOAD3. LATEST NEWS. " The rebels havo crossed the Upper Potomac into Maryland, and on Sutur day they took possession of Frederick CitT. They crossed above and below - . . m . , n . . To nt of Rocks. From Frederick City , . . . ., , to Baltimore ..sixty miles What force they propose to throw into Maryland, is of course a mere matter of speculation. This movement has canned great excite- ment in Pennsylvania and "H The people of tho former are apprchen- sive of a raid into that State. By this !.. l.nuft nut thfi R:i1ti vpiaiivu - more and Ohio Railroad betweon liar p...

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. — 11 September 1862

Matters about Home. -2 -rt Voi.tiNTEF.n Rr.i.inr Fund. The Commissioners last week modi in ap propriation Tor thd relief of tho fami lies of volunteers, out of tho fund aris ing from tlio tax levied for that purpose under tho law of last winter. The pa) merits will hereafter be made hy the Township Treasurers instead of tho County Auditor, and tho Auditor re quests us to fcivo notice that tho funds tiro now ready for the treasurers of tho various townships. Pen first pnern for an interesting let ter from Chaplain Spcnce, of the 48th Ohio. Our town vns npnin thrown into prent excitement early last Sundnv morning hy Mm news brnnjrht hy mes sengers from Manchester, that the reh els had (alien Maysville and were about fo cross the river into Ohio. A meeting wns immediately hold at tho Court House, the proceedings of wheih will he found in another column. Run ners were sent out to alarm the eoun'r , . and the farmers soon hegan to gather :n with their squirrel rifles, ready to march nt o...

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. — 11 September 1862

Tomatoes. Tbiidelioion, Tlinleom rogetablaii pni1d bj the manner it it tertei upon the Ub1. It in not on time in bun Ard mora thin Vislf Cfrftleil'; ply tctTded, and nerved rids. It should be cooked It I mm our por for three hour, I cannot be oookeliiv ooe. The fruit should be cut in halves and the eij scraped out. The niuciWa of the pulp in a j be saved, if d.-sircl, by straining out the seeds, an J adding It to the fruit, which should boil rapidly for an hour and' simmer three hours- more, until tho water is dissolvod sod1 the con tents of tho saucepan a pulp of mucila ginous matter, which id inach improved by putting in tho pnn, either before puttiDg in the fruit, or while it is cook ing, an ounco of bultor and half a pound of fat bacon cut flno, to half peck of tomatoes, and a suinl! pepper pod, with salt to suit tlYo tu?te. The fat adds a pleasant fltvor, nnd makes the dish actual food, inslc.iJ of a mere relish. The pan uiut be oarcfully watched, and but little fire used, and ...

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