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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 1 January 1863

''''''''' , , . "'" ' ''''' ' t mmPMv " ' MTXT" J..L. BOARD MAN,) Editor andProprietor. j &mi laurmtl--geioicV 0 letos, laltfic$r fifcrafttrc, Agriculture, irhds fa; $1 50 a Year; Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO THURSDAY, JANUARY 1. 1863. N UMBER? W. Poetry. Oh, the Heart it is a Treasure! Oh, the heart It la treasure, That ahould nnt be lightly won, To bo cast aalile at pleasure, When the font It hour la dona. 'Tit ft Jewi'l that tocherlah, BUM ahonld be thy deareet boaet. For, when all boetde It perleh, Will Ita worth be felt the moat. Oh, the heart It la ft blessing, ' In Ita fronhnese and Its yonth, Do It thine, 'mid thy caroealng,' T proeorTa It In Ita truth. 'Tie no worldly gem, t plrainr To bo worn or cast aiido; Bnt ft Arm end prlceleai trramre, And inuro Tulned when lt'a tried. If ft heart l fur tho beating. Use It gently, leat It break; AVarm ail ti nder bo thy greeting, Twill grow fonder for thy auVo. And In nlcknem, or In eorrow, J...

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. — 1 January 1863

Etc ptjftlanb ffctos. niLLiBORouan, '. OHIO. Thursday, Jan. 1, 186a LATEST NEWS. Yertcrdij't dispttohc. tsj that Gen. ' Resecrsos wai ilranetog on Mutfrees boro,iod b.ttlt with Brogg'1 aimj wol expected. W havo the important news tliat a combined morniant on Viektbarg is ia progress, by Geo. Banks' forces from Naur Orleana, assisted bj Admiral Far jrat'e gn(iboats, co-operating with Gen. Sherman's forcea from abore. A patch from Memphis of Deo. 27th, aaye intelligence roaehod ni this morning that Port Ilvdsoa had been taken, and that the fleet was twelve milea below Vicksbarg. Gen. Sherman'a foroe left it rendeiToua below Ilelona on the 23d for Vickabnrg. We may soon ex pect stirring news from that quarter. A Jipniaville dispatch of Monday last ays that a dispatch was received in that city from the postmaater at Richmond, Ky., stating that Col. Carter, command ing a brigade, captured Kooxrille, Ten nessee, and destroyed four bridges and a large portion of tho railroad track be tween...

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. — 1 January 1863

Matters about Home. JJST Subscribers remitting us $1 wlil receive tba rpor for 8 months; or 4 month! for BO ecnts. Stamps or Postage Currency received. No subscription tslten for less than 4 months. All rottmanlcrt are authorized to act at our Agents, and receive aud forward money on subscriptions, "Happy New Year!" To our readers one and all may peace, prosperity and a restored Union return to our beloved Country, ere the dawn of another New Ycnr's morning ! No Carrier's Address will bo issued from this office to day. The 8th Ohio Cavalry is under march, ing orders, and is expected to leave Camp Dcnnison this week. tSf There will bo a Musical Enter tainment, '.Tableans, &o. at the Court House, on MONDAY EVENING, 5th Inst, for tho benefit of the Families of Volunteers. Let there be a full house. Tite Firemen's Entertainment on last Tuesday Evening was largely at tended, and tho performances elicited the high approbation of the audience We have not learned tho amount raised, but ...

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. — 1 January 1863

The N. York Tribune 1863. TwnNrwYrtnK Tttinrxit. first Is-med In l8lt.tow In ft twetiteeeiirrf jrr, hae obinined linllm larger an 1 A mors bbdy riifluiwd rir uhttion thnn any other new, filter in Amerlea. T honor h It lmt fiffciii'l, In comm n 1th other I'Htrnnln, frrnn th vohirTtt-M rn ? and dp rt see nf tens of thti of It patrons fo 'rve In the War f -f th Cnion, Hi circulation mi the Olh of Bccom Wor, WVJ, laa follows: , Tunr 50.1 93 . 9KN1-WKKKI.I 17.2.ri0 Wkkklt - 149.O0O AnjTrp.... 81,5,375 Pran,in?ittya nnnia!of Vewsand of Literatim. Tttr fmnrriin polltlenl conviction, which are well rh.ir aeierired hr the shurle word ltrrTBUrjN. Ill It "pub liounfn thcartvadheiimlo,ho -t v.t truth th.it 'a.nl hs mv!t- of on blond nil n tib-n-. of men ' Uopnhllean In It utMsTti-m of thn-equnt l Inilienablo right f nil men to "life, IHterry. n n1 the pursuit of hnppiue" i ftopiihliean In If 9 st'adfat, earner, dtfVint h.Htilitvto Tory ,h,m end effort of rim Nlavf power, from the n notation of ...

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. — 8 January 1863

?. L. BOARDMAN, Editor andProprietor. ) JN ;mm---tytMt)i 1 lo Ifclw,,. llditics, literature, gncitlturc, IJJnrheti, , i'c . '.: . f PI 6Q a Year; , i .Strictly in Advance.,; - Is- VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY &. 1863. NUMBER1 37 Poetry. The Baby. Com lo my armi, yon bewildering elf I Let ue (ether yon, body tnd tool, to myaelf ( Bury your acintlltent erea end hair, And nil the (lory and grace you wer. From twinkling feet to golden crown, ' Clasping yen elooe to my boiom and boart, A thing of my hollntt being part) Crowning a long In thtoMn rhyme, Tender and not ai a Toper cblni. 8Imp, baby boy; The Utile bird, rtit, . Downy and toft, Injttae mother Mrd'e noil; The Umbklna are tnfe In the thepherd'e warm Ibid i The dew-drope ealeep In the butter cnp'i gold. The violet nodi To the daliy dream ; The Illy lie. hoahed On the lap of tho atreemi ; And holy and calm, Like motherly eye., The iter, look down From the .llenl eklea. . Sleep, baby (boy, S...

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. — 8 January 1863

wiltdraws Lit "from" from Green i-if-r, tod straight we go for Louistilla. The ckBDon thootlersio adfancff, and lilt rttr-gntrd gift na a running fight. Ilandrtds of bit Wf sry, sicV. end s tra (ling full into our hands aro parolod ad lorn their facta homeward for a long; Oouoteimsrch. The aeoonx'Jajr the rebela torn off the Bardatown pike, where their adranea is alread earn pad, leafing Duell a clear road via Vcit Toint to Loijisville, thna enabling him tor throw' hi entire 'arm j ial iKe laiUr place cd first's front, thtrebj insuring the eafotr of the ap parently beleaguered citj, and "Louis till' ia Bared," writea , the chivalrous Prentice ."I Ducll!" All Kentucky, cave perchance twen 'lj mile fquare id overrun by the rebels. ' Tb rich herds of the- Bine ttrsss te ' gioria ttra being gathered into dores ' with which they intmd to feed their ar ray' during (be winter, and hundreds of mulca Are driren tff to recuperate the 'exhausted (trenth of Jeff Daria' trans- ' porlntion depart...

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. — 8 January 1863

Matters about Home. t&" SuLibriberi remifdn ns $1 will receive tho tapr lor o montne; or 4 "monlli for 60 oon'ti. Stamps or Postage Currency received. ! No lalicriptioni taken for lout than 4 months. All Formatter are authorized to act ai our Agentsf and receive and forward ",' money on tultcnptiont. ' . ' i After a week-or two of mild and pleasant weatner, a "cold snip" sudden ly set in on Tuesday night, and yes- '. torday was one of the coldest of theica , aon. .( r- , - li ' ' Mr. Frank Seaman, formerly con nocted with-,. the.Uazctte. ollioe, now Qaartormastef-Sergoant of McMullen's Ohio Battery Ts in town, tie was in the battles of South Mountain and An tietam, where his Battery' did good ser- vice. It is at present stationed at Fayettcvillc, Western Virginia. - - 1 The entertainment for the benefit of Soldier's Families, which was announc ed for Monday evening, has beon post ' poned until Friday (to morrow) Even- trig, 9th inst. ' The Court House will no doubt bo crowded, a...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 8 January 1863

II I "iTOBI-HDIESBEPOSIIOttl! . Velum ' XXIIX.-lSj.V' Tff l tna design of IhH Maga.fn to pmdn bl M. s;nt and pnre llteratnre, enrh a- will nlivet iha teal, rrnn the manner, aaa ennoble All ihln,. . l Hfw. .Ulerary wllhenf being pedantic, religion la . , tie tone and charart wlihoat bigotry. It MI make It. ft r welrr-m whvr it I kaoww. If ntglw la .. the arMintry la hatter r1nCf M tha family rirei. T." Jinrlng h forthrorelag solum It will Co Una to " maintain ll character a "Till Ql'IKtT Ot T . Jt'iNTIIfclM." , . '. , In (i, airhanral actlon th Raprajltnry' h lot qn1ed by nr magaalne In th land, tt la printed free. a .terotvp plte an tha IrmI calendared paper, nnd each nnmlr contain two rlglnl etl ngrvlge, . ,snud In tha highest stylsaf iha art a artlal wb f tnd at tha he it of thslr profession. w-r Iha Repository ha petl adaptation) to lha family. p w It frr.lahea grrat amonat of reeding adapted at all , the member nf tha family yung and old sat for-aaaaaa-.a.gcttjng Iha ThlMraa. 1t...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 15 January 1863

! , 51 50 a Year; i Strictly In Advance. ) 1 1 NUMBER 88. y-T , . , -,. ...,.r f- , . ' ! " . " T"ni V ; i"1 li-. " ' -j "" ' ';Li"(J"t l ".'.:tli!!"-'- . - . ..,-..;.., 4 rr- ';..,T,-i'r rt -t--- -f" - - - I'-li.1.. wj-iv - - - - r-r-t 'wt' " , 1 '. 'jjaauuiBf-:. ' . . . i 1 . .. 1 1 ... I ':,,, l ...... " , . I r- ' . i 1 1 t ' l " ' ' 1 1 It ( t I " i1 i ' ' f. ii'illl i 'ii.' I1 ' . ... r i . i i in l Poetry. Abraham Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln. JANUARY FIRST, EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND -THREE. ''' lowing ihot, fnt at long fn(, fcll Into tliK.Whlto 1 Ml Boa two of tlii k ng, Jr hpfij aMilent, m tb JBorJ-t StJite lnflnPo wi wfrtlog lti powe to Indnco tlio rrcllnt to "back (lowu" fronv Jm pur r Mi 'VMeteMlttri.l' ' '""'" ! .'.- V- I. kMiUJHw.iillWii'ttBiiteil ' ' With tlie full vigor of thq piith'a right Arm t ( (. i Stnin) Ilka the noulo n trco, when 'tl to '' Tij th SnrJo'anJ lilt rYent'ii WKrm f ! ror mny mlth will itrlko tlice ringing blowi, ! '. 1 tr thi rod dnm tiownwtfnp cloif, AnJ ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 15 January 1863

,1 m rml Hit H wm ro1y to b tvpnef m! tht th't t!h rhiy on ih prt of th b inki wtiulU t rtM 1W tr tMtt-r-tt ItvimiljiK du January 1, l&ia. inutiMln.s ."Kn fM.iViM- U.i. () Hi.n.t,l ctfh-oni of th Mtau proviia thtnlro with lh itul f tha Mvvrnl rnk fr frntfttion. ThiM nrothlvd, lha Ttrt lentil promptly M'H th iIpimati'M npuo them. Th ia tnrnt( th r(or, upon ttrtt portion til ur 4rbt, mail atvnbl out of lha DUU Iim prunptly been paid la Th tntrfat np.n oar riomaitln delit hm ben pHt ttfiitiftry trArtftniniont bwii mau fcnd man, 4u wtif,ft knoffi Aftottrrtmry, whlcli ti now, fin. Iim 1 bn fof nm mnilm patt, about thirty par emit. lMlfwt. It t dttrVmlt to flml my good ruwR fnr v m iknn Hit dtfTiinna wltb our cri.itra. It Is thsr A -f.tra r-mi'nMi(M that jra mtAo nrovdlon fr the pay- wpH of ln-trtln coin, mjwhi nil of mtr dM, or that V kill bjptiU in th l.rl tandur nutM of tha avMrl Gov rnm?nt. Tha tmukltig tntrot ( not .on Interested in thla q-irtjitl n. It In trne thatfiir tha at jm...

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. — 15 January 1863

Matters about Home. WcllDoneI A number of tho pa. triotio men of or township assembled last Tuesday on the farm of our towns man, Mr. John Barry, and chopped boot 40 cords of wood for tho families of Toluntoers. Tho wood was generous ly donated by Mr. Barry. Lot the good lample b-a followed in erery township. Now, will not oar patriotic toys vol uotoorto saw and split the wood? as wo no-Doe Xbt boys are jloing in other parts w(f the tountry, HI r Wa baTe the satisfaction of giv ing our readori thelatest and most reli able intelligence from our bravo boys io tho 24th and 69th Ohio. Read the lotters in another place. ' . Firemen's Entertainment. -The ntertainment given by the Ilillshoro Firo Department, at the Court House, last Friday evening wat, in spito of the inclement weather, a decided success. We aro pleased to announce that the proceeds will be applied for the benefit of the families of our brave "boys" who hav left Hillsboro to defend their coun try 'i flag. Tho performance w...

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. — 15 January 1863

Farmer's Department. for January. KITCHEN GARDEN. . l 1 1 I I j ,. I "4 ? . . s - ' i ,v .7 '! . '. If the ground is oo froien continuo iodig uanoro into tti wants Quarters 1 of jour garden, lading them (a high ; riJgos to be mellowed by frost. Spread ( manare when tho ground ia frozen. ' Repair fiscca, got jour need and toola toady, preTide otokaa, pea sticks, trellises, ; &e. l'rcparo frames for early i cucura- teraand melons.1 Have astpplj of hot ' toanore ready for forcing' beds. See to ( your framing and sash lights in time. 1 Seeds for melons and eucurabora ohould I be three years old to bear well, and not -.run to vine Prepare hot-boda,' collect pota for foroing vegetables. Sow lettuce, treaties,' mustard, radishei, cauliflow er and cabbage in. hot bods for early use. - . .. i FRUIT GARDEN. t I . 'Continao and finish pruning alt kinda f fruit trees not pruned before; also, gooseberries, currants and olher smull bushes. As our coldest daya are in Januaryyou should not fail...

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. — 22 January 1863

J. L. BOARD MAN J Editor andProprietor. ) Jfamilw Iffitnwl M& k $clus, oIilics, ftfcrafurf, gricultatt, Uarhds, It. $1 50 a Year Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOHOUGIL II.GriLAND COUNTY. OHIO, TFimiSDAY, JANUARY 22. 18C3. NUMBEIVSO.r" Poetry. Old Folks. Ah, don't be aorrowfiil, durllnp;, Anil don't bo norrowfnl, pray; Tn king tha yrnr tf,itlir, mjdtiir, , Tkorolau't more night than day. Tli rnlnjr wRthir, my darling, Tlm'a ti, they hoavily run, But taking the year toRcther, tnydfar, Thore ian't more cloud than tuul We are old folke now, my darling, Our henSa are growing gray, But taking the yeur all round, my dwir, Yon will alwaye find the Miy! Wo ha.ro had our Muy, my darling, And onr rown, long ago, And tho time of the year la coming, my dear, Fur the illmt night and tho now! And Ood Is Ood, my darling, ' Of niKhtan woll a of dujj We feel and know that we can go Wherever He leada the way. Ah, God of the night, my darling, Of the night of death no grim; The gate that lea...

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. — 22 January 1863

niLLSBORouan, onio. Thartday, . . - Jan. 22. 1863. LATEST NEWS. Brilliant Victory in Arkansas—5,000 to 7,000 Prisoners Taken. . 0d. McClerosnd and Admiral Por ter oa 8undajr before last made a com bined attack oo Arkansas Fost, 100 niilee up the White river, and after a severe fight, the rebels surrendered, with all their monitions of wsr. an im mense amount of stores, &o. We cap tured from 5,000 to 7,000 prisoners. Our lose wis about 200 killed and woun ded, that of the rebcle somewhat larger. This is an important victory, and most sooo be followed by the capture of Lit tle Hock. There ia some reason to believe that another forward movement is about be ing made by the Army of the Potomac. The details are for tho present not al lowed to be published. The World says letters from corres pondents with the Army of the Poto mso state that the army is under marching orders with three days' ra tions. Five pontoon bridges will be thrown across the Ilsppahannook, some die tanooapart. It ...

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. — 22 January 1863

Matters about Home. Great Snow-Storm. Tbe deepen. now tViat has fallen In Out region for many years lome aay within tha memory of the "oldest In habitant" commenced on Wednesday night of lost weolt about 9 o'clock, and continued without Intermission until about the same hour of the following night. The depth of snow on a level was about 13 inches, but it is estimated that it would have been several Inches doeperhadit uot fallen on wet ground causing it to melt as it fell. The roads nrn rendered almost impassable for several days by the snow and mud com bined, in consequence of which the mails to several parts of the county wero necessarily delayed. Tho tram due from Cincinnati on Thursday night did not arrive until Friday at noon. It required three locomotives to clear the track. Tho train wnafrotu G o'clock in tho evening until noon the ncit day in making the ditttanco of CO miles- The storra extended from Pittsburg asfar'wtstas Kansas, and as far south as Frankfort, Ky. ' For the ...

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. — 22 January 1863

Farmer's Department. State Board of Agriculture. There wai a meeting of tha State Board of Agriculture at Columbus last week. The following i the Board com plete for 18G3: T. C. Jones, PrcsiJoot, Delaware, Delaware Co. 'II. B. Perkins, Rec. See., Warren, Trumbull Co. David Taylor, treasurer, Columbus. D. McMillen, jr., Xenia. Darwin IS. Gardner, Toledo, Lucas Countr. . William Dewitt, Cleveland. William It. Putnam, Marietta. N. 3. Townsend, Avon, Lorain Coun y. Jacob Egbert, Lebanon, Warren County. Nelson 8. Turney, Ciroleville, Ticka wsyCo. J. II. Klippart, Cor. Sec, Columbus, Ohio. On motion the following resolutions wore adopted: Iieo7Ved, That the OhioStnto Board of Agriculture be and are hereby re quested to memorialise the General An. sombly in favor of accepting the grant of lands by Congress for the estahl'mh nient of one or more Agricultural Col legef; and also in behalf of the speedy and appropriate organization of such an Institution or Institutions. Resolved, That the Ge...

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. — 29 January 1863

J. L. BOARD MAN, J Editor andProprUtor. ) Jfanul! aut"ral ptoieij to Ifefos,, fjoliitts, I itcratorc, gricitUttrc, tarhrts, t, J $1 50 a Year; Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY; OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29. 1863. NUMBER -40.' Poetry. In Memoriam. ti. of Antiotnm. n.nad be.n honorably discharges theserelcsof the TJnltad States a short time pmii.111, but, Willi rare patriotism, re-enimeo. mi mro.r,. - ... ..n,1.h,,rt..n4w.(.rr,rd.rc.1ndpi.rodb, 1 Uiii,.indttiUndwiththiini-binodofthnobijrouiig " Rrtptitncat In pocs." Upon the dnnk nud bloody ground. Whore erst a golden harvest waved; lie 1 J In quletslccp who oft The tempest of the battle brared. lie layaslecp. Ablcnn It be That e ilm repose llhe this It death With not a pain-print on the brow. And partitd lip llllxnnn with brealht Too true! the tile of lift that flows Inpurpllng stream from thai young breast . Tells orthoancriace he marie Ilia lifo th laU gift and the bout! Mot unrewarded flowed that tide I ...

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. — 29 January 1863

niiiLSBonouon, onio. Thursday, Jan. 29, 1863 LATEST NEWS. Resignation of Gen. Burnside-Hooker Assumes Command. BALTIMORE, January 26. The Washington National Inteligen cer received, states that Burnside has resigned the command of the Army of thaPotomao. Hooker has been appoint ed in his place. IlBADQtTARTERS ARMT OF POTOMAC, January 2G, 1863. j Thin morning Barnside tamed over the command ofthe army to Gen. Hook- tr. As soon ss the change was known, the prinoipal officers wnitod on Hum side and took leare of him with regret Burnside jssied a parting address to t be army. Gen. Coach succeeds General Sumner, and Gen. II. T. Smith Gen. Franklin. in the commands of divisions in the Ar my of the Potomac. Senator Wade was re-elected by the Legislature on Thursday last, on the first ballot, by a handsome majority over all other candidates. Ohio will at least bo creditably represented in the Senate for some years to come. BOSTON, January 26. Private advices from Newborn, Tues day, 20th ins...

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. — 29 January 1863

Matters about Home. BSrWe yield a large portion of our upticetliil week to correspondence, but there being no very'important now, we probably could not oooupy our column with anything mor interesting or profi table. "Annotator" concludes his able and instructive vindication of the Bible from the falao assumption of "Notator," that it austnins and justifies the wicked and linful ystem of Amerioan Slave ry. Don't fail to read bis article. Another of our old correspondents, who of late has let his pen lie idlo too long, reappears in our oolumns in a most scathing but merited rebuko of tho rebel-sympathiners of the North. His article will well repay perusal. We have also the pleasure of printing a letter from ono of tbe patriotic voluu teers of our county, who was conspicu ous for his gallant conduct in tho late battle at Arkansas l'ost, and gives a detailed account of that brilliant aohievemoot of our army. Attention, 60th Ohio 1--$50 Bounty. Wo call the attention the lato COthOhio, to...

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. — 29 January 1863

Farmer's Department. The Columbus State Sorgho Convention. tion. ,Afterfre dif!ision, votet were token lijthe Conention on imof tlit propo nitioui lobmittrJ, with the following re- cits: Against Boaking the Soritlium oed bnforo plunting ; Id favor of plant ing thick, end thinning out; In furor of itrippinfl the cne, nd m oil mnjority wen in favor of the oIJ SorRiMim for cultivation, every thin;: conitiJoiel. Mr. Corry, of Indian, eniJ he litd tested n new vuricty of Imphee, which would pranalute, and ho was preparing to plant 200 acre. lie had rondo fiom seventy jfallona of jtiicii, ten and a half pallona of ayrup, which yiulJod 80 or 90 pound of sugar. Thti name of the rariety in )omaee-ana. The Commi'tee on Syiups and Suara m ule the f illow-ing REPORT. The Co mini I tea to which were referaed the acvcral sumplcs and the subjuct ol the product of the cone, crop of the North, be leave to report thnt in their action they have roofi :d thiiusilvcis atrictly to the samples heforo them...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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