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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 12 March 1863

: t fel:.. :n; rat rjnmiij 'oitriral tkoltb ' ia :jrtos, $ olittes, fifcntitire, gricnllutt, gfTarliris, fa. -..,IT !.-.. ' u- .. . .,..''.- ' ., . I " '- - . ' , ; I , . v c J. L. BOARDMAN, 81 50 a Year; ) ',Edltor andProprielor Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 12. 18C3. NUMBER 40. m mam x r-r -KT eN v : s?"" x v- .... , 1 ... , ; i r '.-.. Poetry. [For the News. I Sit and Ponder. BY LILLIE LELLFORD. I lit and ponder alt nd ponder, . . , Till my eonl la Sited with wondi-r "I Al Hi dnllnea nd th tlllns of It wry lite nd " ' toiiel i Knowing that my rerhle spirit , r Immort.il oseenc doth Inherit From Ilia gnvtor Kltiit of glorlo of th bright ecleatl! , : ' ' ' ' throne. ' ' , j And Ilia qnery oft nrtee. . Full of mennlug ague surmises, , Am I acting, am I doing on the drama-itae of life, As tha Author cf my being, -r . With hie unveiled eye foreseeing, Flrat Intended when hl goodhcM gav nie a onl wllh 1 i feelings rtfol Am t trying...

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 March 1863

Kitbd gnllomoB from Kentuoky, Messrs. Crittenden -fid Wickliffe, snd. alio to that of the younger but not less disiinguitned gaMltuan, ,Mr. Vsds- vorti.j W.' ari from; State With whoV(Tn Tiiiiiliai'i sd of niy connisi- Vtio iitb wolojh, tiniil ; thirf'wtr broke ul, t-faT prdulat f was of my as- tirityaia BucVtyo. I roust is tbat thora waa nothing which full from the -4ipitf either -one ofthose three gr-ntlB- mon thai, .satisfied mr .. mind that it is notT ItVe'ier proper and right and jaatl11riVat o'rlwSefon'r rountry to cnliit the services of the Hack man, and to avail ourselves of every means that ! ' I L .i.L- i. . Aeu (in pill svi-nill Jour reacu, nut m- ""'II. yr.iihJn( of citUiioittataeotaiBg' fare, in order toorush out this infamous rb1foal Sir, it gites' nier ho ples'sore . . .. - . V '. . L fc '' s that touch whieh fell from ilicm H truck toe as being a mere repetition of tha appeals that have 'teen, so 'often vi'i beard here and bliowhcre for protection ; to rebels and to ...

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 March 1863

Matters about Home. UJS ' i RALLY! ! At Hillsborough, O., Saturday, March 21. The Unconditional Union litizms of Tlighlsnd those who, without regard to party, oro in favor of upholding the Government, and a vigorous prosecution of the war as the only way to an honor able peace--sra invited to meet in Ilills boro on tho day above named, to give expression to their views of publio af fair, anrl r-pennnrl to triA rtairiotin annual ' i f -(-j. of the Ohio soldiers in the field. Gen. S. F. CARY, and ' Hon. HENRY STANBERRY, of Cincinnati, and JOB E. STEVENSON, Esq., of Chillicothe, have boen invited to address the meet ing, and ether good speakers will be present. Let us have a grand rally of the patriotio people of all nges and sex es, and show to the world that "Old Highland" is still loyal to the Govern ment, end will stand by her brave sons who are far from their homes, fighting tha battles of their country. order of tho By UNION EX. COMMITTEE. Beligioua Notice. Th- third Quarterly Me...

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 March 1863

Farmer's Department. Accumulation of Manure. Ia llit firtt place, ro.gl material of joar farm, la. alt th .. of rw, oJ ' oll P'o dne4 by tlielr dcaj, anl art Hurt int yooreatll yard, or Una 'thorn' tatd eompcMt brap. prl thm in tho barn yard IbjoV4 dUorb.il liq'1-l H f froiB jonf eatito.'A uppiy bo4ld alao I flaeed under eor, o to b bandy to b utod In winter lu litter your table; tby" ioibil and 'rulain liquid manure tho oot faluablu from tb took aud will tha furniyou with tb rich food of flaoia which would Otherwia b loaa. Th Y.rt.e of gnano and th acveral reliable mannfaotnred manure which ar offered to th farmine; oommnnity, bar too often born our tcatimooy to, to render it neceiory aRio to peak I" thm but w bar alway, and nr felt it mor obliging upon ua tha. at th present, at th lam (tim ' or Jed It a the true' eoonoioy for farmer and planUra to eonrrt eerythinjr on their eatM08Ccrtible theteof, of being made into manure their' interest would be decidedly promoted by employing 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. — 19 March 1863

?'l ' ' ' : I iantiln Jmiwl-botti to' IJcloV .oltlici, : ifcrafufr;. .gscicnlturf, ipirhcts, fa.; -; i ;.Ji L. BOAUDMAN, r Editor andProprielori : vol. XXVI; FITLLSBOKOUGH, HIGHLAND CqCN 4PP i , - '-'!:r-.i 1 . :.-r4.. - J . ' ..' ... . ' "'.. ,,..7 , .. u. , -j .r1-:,-,. .--.-,,..,. - ..." "' .,r-, - Poetry. Time and Eternity. It not time IVint fllnol 'TU w, 'tin ero fljlng. ' -. It In nut II tlit Atvm; 'Tlfiwn, tl w rn djlnn. Tlmn mi'l rtrnlty reonp; Tlmrnd tornity liniiti Tim olinhiTMt. Itnt wh!iot Wyl , 7 Ti we aluno wliu piu4 nwuy. It f not truth tht niem , . 'TU wo, 'tin w hi- flying. It In not fnllli Hint ilii'x; 'Tlflwtt, 'tiMvn nro flying. O, rrnr-ilurlnit fultll mul truth. , WtviKo youth intiict wlio iijrt In youth; ' i . Twin t'm nttmniurtnlltyi YecfuiuotpurirtUlroinoiiriikyf It I" not hnp thnt HIck; i 'TlHWPf'tid Hit lira ltltig , It lii nnt lorn thut cIIoh. 'Tin wo. 'tlw aro dylnit. .. Twin utronnn tliat hv in llonvpn yonrblrtli, Yt'Kliilo in ffi'ntle joy through OAt-th...

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 March 1863

iHLLSBOROUGn, OHIO' Than Jay, - XTuoli 10, 1863 LATEST NEWS. Tha dattrnetion of tha iron-clid Io a".anof, oipturej from at b tn6rbeli bolow VickiburR, U at lst fully con firmed.' " Tb relelt wera irightod 'ftui of their (enne bf a oaat-btrga i is guisli e" "Monitor" and ent down 'the t Iter bj Com. Porter, and fearing the recapture of the Indianola, ther ' blew ber up. 1 ' Oar gan loite are reported to bare ' made their way through the Yatoo cut "off Into, the rear of Vickaburg, end . 'captured a fleet of 30 or 40 a lea mere on the Taioo river Tho canal ie making good progreaa, and ia considered a ue - (, I npo'taot moTeineata may aoon be expected. New Orleana advice to the 8ibetato , .that preparations are made for an im mediate attack on Port Hudson. Troops and rounitiona of war have al ready movod in that direction. Gener ate Banks and Grover started for Bat on Rooge. The attack on Tort Iludaon j to tie made by land and water. New Ohio Brigadiers. The following appointments of Oh...

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 March 1863

Patters about J)mt. of RALLY ! At Hillsborough, O., Saturday, llarch 21. 1 The Meeting Next Saturday. Tha continual fin weather of tha last tea days has dried up tho mud so tint tlte roads are psssabie again, and should tho day be pleasant, wo hopo to sea a lnr(:e attendance of tho loyal peo plo of the county at tho Union Meeting nest Saturday. Wo aro enabled to tate that Lieut. Gov. Stanton and Hon. O. V. Doraey, both excellent speaker, will positively be hero ; and R. B. Car pentor, Eq., of Covington, Ky., on of tho "right stripe of Union men or that Stato, and a most eloquent speaker, has promised to come if possible. No dis appointment as to speakers nacd there fore bo feared, and the. prospect is thnt ttie meeting will be one of great inter est and profit to all who attend. Come, then, all who csn, and unite in sending hearty ana pamouo preeunR to our gsllant soldiers, and giving eipres aion of your unfaltering devotion lo the cause of the Union and the Government which they ar...

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 March 1863

Farmer's Department. Importance of Agricultural Chemistry to the Farmer. 1 . .From aii" address, full of hints urn inpgeATTblit for the practical farmer, dolitrYaV.if-r8 th iett "fies! -f lk-'htfolItttxxract9i Jfr mrjr hnpot trirthwfrtt J the know ledge of .Kricult'iil am. Mtifr'bf this hor becomeirVfiUainiej t. with lh various loaicnt which go to uji" pUitt,' aiij tha . various ole "tuoi4.lilL (uake up th"l oilh& hois thersby tha better prepared to know what must b in one to make the othor. for plants. aro not created by asnvsta-j . tfous power; -they Ire merely made up mattoraircBdin'eiitcnw.';iNeitliqr is the aoif a ui'vstiloua Was, of diVt. whereon crops are produced By a iiiyste rious process, jJ'rjapt. .take ,up. jrMV tjontajhinToq and otbervbiAttcrail disbar go from their fool tliose sub stances that re not retailed for their grow.th.'' It jg iieces'sary, .then, .that M-we should knefw, what kind of food a plant requiren, and how and where I,, such food, is to be obtained...

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 March 1863

J. L. BOARDMAN.j Editor andPropriolor, ) Jfanulir aurmil glcbjotcir (a !Tclus, )0lttic5, literature, grtculturc, JJiirhcfs, c. $1 50 a Year; Strictly in Advance. vol. xxvr. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAKOII -20. 18G3. NUMBER 48. Poetry. The Union. BY MISS. JENNIE A. T. BISTER. Kourofl ly n noMn patriot bum!, TliiM lottiplo ilifill IWvor Htnml, Awl bid tho opprwuml of vtvry laiul, (Jw KuliT, ftiirt bo frm! ttrn.vi m tli? nnitnt hU of orm ; llrf Klit bo ru'limit, itturry "Seven;" l''rc rh tlie nigh lug wind of Ilenvcn, It dull furever b! And doopty, bmndly, firmly bpurd, from eftrtli ahull novor bo rlfueid, lruMt'd nil our tnut bo plncud, Ktonml GodtluTlieul Old Tunes. Tin good old tunc of otliordnya, In wlitcli wo wnng our Mnker'H pialo, When 1. ft with iu whh fruh and yuun, V I aii iuurIc Mowed from ovcry tongue) O, bow to meiiiory now tliey tivt Iiiku niiKel noioti from yonder ttklua! Koroft wo wwig tbeni witli 1 1 to blent. AYb.n now in heavenly minis. mid rest...

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 March 1863

jtgjjlanh pus. IIILL8BOROUQIT, OIIIO Thursday, - - March 20, 1863 LATEST NEWS. Admiral Fartagut has sucoeadod in passing tho rebel forts at Port Hudson, with his entire fleet, except the steam, er Mississippi, whioh got aground and was destroyod to prevent her falling in to the'encmy's hands. Memphis pnpers of last Sunday state that be bad arrived at the lower end of the canal below Vicksburg. We now havo cntiro con trol of the river between Port Hudson and Vicksburg, and 0n. Banks is in vesting tbo former placo with his land forces. Important news maybe daily (sxpccted. It is reported that the monster gun boat Lafayette bad succeeded in run ning the robot battery at Haines' Bluff, on the Yuzoo ltiver. Other gunboats will follow the Lafay ette and go up to Greenwood, at tho junction of the Yallabusha and Talla hatchie, and assist the fleet io reducing the rebel battery there. Several Confederate transports can be distinctly seen from the point whero our for;es are, in the Yozjo Rive...

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 March 1863

Matters about Home. Union Ticket for Liberty Township. The Unconditional Union man of ttiii Township mot at th Court IIooss, on Saturday morning lust, and nomina ted the following tioket for Township officer: Clcrk-C. S. Bell. Trustees Ilarvey Qlonn, D. S. Pat ton, Ploasant Arthur. Treasurer EH J. Blount. Assessor John P. Patton. Constables Samuel Lyle, J r., M. R- Willitls. These are nil, without exception, good men and well qualified to fill the vari- ous offices. Now let crery Union man do bis duty, and their election is certain. Union Meating, Liberty Tp. 'Unoondttional Union" men of Liberty township will hold a meeting at ill Onnrfc TTaiiqa in f T ii l.Trm.rt SATURDAY, April 4th, at 1 o'Jlock P, M. Good speaking may bo expect ed, and a full turn-out is desired, as will be tho last meeting before tlio Spring Election. Union Meeting in Marshall. The "Unconditional Union Associa tion" of Marshall township will hold Public Meoting in Marshall, on next SATURDAY, 27th inst., at 3 o'c...

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 March 1863

Miscellaneous. Revelations Adopted at the Great Union Meeting in Cincinnati. Kcmhnt, 1. That desolation of this bo upon tho head ¬ tude of onr coontrj demands of oil pat tiots tht thrj commeuiorote litis anni versarjr of the birth of Gcorgo Wash ington by renewed pledges to perpetuate the Union, and to remain atcadfaftt the principlua of the man who wan "first in war, first in reaco, GiBt in tho hearts of bis countrymen. 2. That the loyal pcoplo of Cincin nati oend back to the soldiers of Ohio on Slono river, greetinga of heartfelt admiration and gratitude, for their valor oguinst tho enemy, and for thtir timely warning against the secret foo in our midst. Wo sypathize in every word of their earnest and burning appeals. With them, wo proclaim that the South began this war, and it is for the South, and not for us, to give it up; that they who opposo tliia war, or connsol cessa tion, whilo thcro id a hostile camp in the South, are enemies of tho Republic, and deserve lha jticrs anil e...

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. — 2 April 1863

,, - - . mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmrlt aiiaiejiajraaTaaaejaaaea .- I - , 1'' -- - 1 1 i ii i 111 f - -i' -Vi -i i r i - jf i i t it n ta it'. 1 1 j it, m iih.ivi ii wi it m n , hs t mr 1 to ii ' aa ii ' h i ri n -m 1 i i iu ai i 1 . a ii r, m 11 ,x, i- n u 11 J. L. BOARD MAN J Editor andPropriotor. ) jamiln Jaiinml $ltljflicir Jo lch)$, politics, : f itentte, gricnlture, Parhds, ' ; j 51 60 a It eat; ) Strictly In Advance. VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH, -HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL, 2. I5C3. NUMBER 4D. Poetry. The Proclamation. BY. J. G. WHITTIER. i . - 'i order and deetare rtiat nil penwna held M alavee In the aeld deelimated Stale arid parte of Hint are and hereafter ahall be free,. .....and t hereby enjoin Hn the people declared to ha free, to nh?tam trotn all to lence, wn'eee in neceeearjr eelf-delcec.' Abraham Llneolu. Saint ratrlrk.elare to MUrhoof thenmil Of Ballymena, alreplng, heard then words) "Arlae.nnd flee Ont from ...

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. — 2 April 1863

J 1 . . '. '. '. ' .LL . - . iuj uiLLSBonouan. omo Thursday, - April 2. 1863. s. LATEST NEWS. "11 "1 r i i f r-r . - c " - k i' 1 1 : Prom Central Kentucky, we bete the following information, from a ipeoitl to tie Cincinnati Gnotte of Tuesday ' morolng: ' " ' ' ' The grand invetlon eo extensively In : tended, hoe dwindled down to a cattle and horse itealing raid. Pegrarn fled t the approach of Gilinore, carrying off cattle variously estimated from 1,000 to "' 2,000. lie loft Stanford Friday night, hotly pnrened by Woolford, with all out mounted foree on Sunday. Woolford was twelve hours behind.1 "" Our Infantry are following to-day. It ia reported that ' the Rebele were bo closely pressed that they abandoned all the cattle and trains, which, with .ruen, were captured by Woolford'a ad- tance. A special to the eamo paper from fMurrree8boro sayi that, "Reliable news from ' the Rebel army was received to : day.' Polk'a corpa advanced ycaterday to Goy'a Gap, 18 miles south on the Sholbyv...

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. — 2 April 1863

Matters about Home. Shocking Tragedy. ' usually qaiot town ft state of intense excitement for the past ' Wo tlaje, causeil by ilia shooting of Au-, drew J. West, of Taint tp., by llob't. N. Buskin, of this place, resnlting in the death of the former about 21 hours af ter be recaited the wound. The par ties met in the' atreet in front of Drowns Drug Store, about 11 o'clock on Tuesday rooming, when dome word passed between them, and a scuffle en auod, in which Baskin shot West twice, tbe first ball merely grating his head, the second entering his loft aide and penetrating tho lungs, causing his death. .. The difficulty between them grew out of a mooting hold last week in " Paint township, at which Baskin mads ft speech and West wa present. Bus- - kin was contradicted in come of his statements by Union men present, which led to a disturbnrice, in which Bnskin ' Is snid to have been roughly handled, though West's friends allege that he had nothing to do with it. Baskin was arrested imme...

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. — 2 April 1863

Miscellaneous. What Should be Done. H-3 : -h T ttsiil r-i l: MfiT ?'''n.E9 i.ufconli ba held, vef tha Yioto land, , rallying (b pen pi a ta the noi'MM.' f r Union. Thais 'oalla ilionlJ not in the least bo partiaan, they ahoald not aim at endorse in eotuf thia r that rtiaaaure of tba Administration; 1 V'Qaoj eaatid twratho lot tfca aentiment rTinding' opposition ' to any compro .TXiXtttaa nitli truitors, aod. a determined . i purpose to fiftht thia war vntil the robela J-,,v- unconditionally surrender. ' ' j t" Oar aoldfera are speaking in tram Fct " their rebuke of Copperhead Demoeraey; the noble Gen. Rosccraos a life long Damocrat repudiates and ?, ,purnijthe submission. Democracy - ..'. . the day, and Gen. Kimball of Indiana, aVo wiTh Ms sword nm" written an on ,T,nS'. "me rebnlca the Democracy aHvf Indiana, with which be has eter act ed, for . Ue disloyalty and treason; In . a speech, wade .at Indianapolis, he de nounced all measorea looking; to an armistice , with a soldier vehe...

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. — 9 April 1863

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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. — 9 April 1863

a " . . 0t pg)Iaitl "tbs. IIILLSDOROUOn, OHIO Thnrslay, - April 0, 12 CC V. V.-. i mm:-.: LATEST NEWS. Later from Charleston.—The City Closely Invested.—Bright prospect of Success. WASHINGTON, April 7. ' TJfficial Information Uuty reeeivad ' 'at tWWar DppartmeBt atstes triat tba ' novsmaat tgilmt CTisrleston bid bean f InWlaUd, by landing a Small fore Bear the foot of Jamta Inland. ''.'" " ; ' Private lcttm received to-ignt from ' Commander 1 Joba Rojcra, second in ' Vetritnand andsr Admiral Dopont, and lao from General Hunter to bit tela Uvea, dated Fridaj laat; fally eorrobo Isto the Rebel aoeoantacT tba landing ' of oar troop st St. John' Island and ' tba withdrawal of tba enemv a pickets '.Thef speak in the tnoet sanguine man ' nir of ilia eeatcmplated mot ement re- . saftinK in treat sueesss na leas than rCle fall f Charleston. The department ."' will 'probably hare" official dispatches '-morrow.' -!." ..:-.. -Bli't'L ..Li - a ., J (.j. Glorious Election News. .J.TI frh'nds'of ...

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. — 9 April 1863

Matters about Home. Apology. Oar paper bat beon uoaToiJablj de lajed this weetc, so that we were una tUjo print it in time for the mailt of Thursday morning. Tin will eiplaio iti failure to rotoh ft Urge portion of oar country subscribers at the usual time. We do not often ' hate to make each to apology, and hope an oeoasion for it wilt not aoon ocour again. 1 HI The People Rising! "Union Thunder All Round the "Union Thunder All Round the Sky!" Old Liberty Township Redeemed!— Hillsboro Loyal to the Core!—Great Fall of "Butternuts"! On Monday last, the true and loyal .-. Union men of this Township and Cor . " ;pprstion met the "Copperheads" at tbo ' ballot-bot , artd after a desperate eon- ; test, in whioh both aides eierted thetn ..- .'flJ. to. .thentmosl, Victory perched .-''tipojt the, gallant defenders of the old "IMg,,; atidjthe anti-war, "compromise" party, alias 8?(,jthern eympathiitrs, ,., were utterly routed "horse, foot , and draROonsllT" The people hare indig nantly, and. ...

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. — 9 April 1863

Miscellaneous. Miscellaneous. Panic in the Rebel Capital. lliclrfiAnIJfi'frer, hioh e''1f ,,,c following. AfV , , u Z'.Tht po,oa dnltt""' ,Vwn w,"y - 'NfW frow fotei salar-wontic .tfor ri iesparirjaa iljcraaa f Jaiaa: Ct.et, taarfrai-a ritmlnlip of, iW .prttwast, i or frnt atttpiil rumors - of .amorali:!. for, I Yanks artn.ea, ioas aa fcorif if paaca dasna tipe tli land. Vt must ' "fla-.t r autni.t.- If-tbay c afce Rial--',' o&, Cliarloatot. and Viekitburg in lii ' RioDtli', ilieir financial credit la rea'torcd aJ prlj fauda ccaie. ., T1i plain truth " U; wa ara Iri middla of war; and du ; ': ring tha earning pri-ip;1 and summer that war i ta ta moro fierce and onro-tr-nting tlian erer before. ' The Yankee '.' aacmy in jusl beginning to fiijht.' Ario IT-.:., m.. Ar nF,u' Great Union niet-hnga are tna ftroer oi . the day at the North, Dcmoerete bury tha hatchet J oat lifted agaJnat Liaeoln. Vallaodijfham will aoon ttao-1 whero John Van Buren ioea.M ' The article wiadeup ta a noal...

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