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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 22 March 1860

r rl f I -r- mm ? r ! in A I - I ' ! I J. L. BOARDLIAN,) Editor and Proprietor. ) laintlir Iffimwl gcbfltcij to plus, politics, literature, ggriculture, HJarhcfs, fa. j0'.."' vol. xxm. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 18G0. NUMBER 47. Poetry. THE ARTISAN'S ANTHEM. Th"iin)i Inw in lift- our 1..t nmj bo, On n rw h wnr wvitt; Tir ii'Lii'linjr town Tt'Mn no renown T' till I our It) H "M". Our inni n- t o -tew. ihl It. or cr St Knii- with iii-ic-m, Whli h rich mi-it n:r show bow rar Thi'ir tnn worn to tttnm. Wii onwnur the lrlly nit" T.K.r nM -.f velvet fill, l'(r h"ri't li-ivrt ami kiltful hand II tl rnnk rtbnvf tlifmall. Lt tin- f rc- M"W ,irv. tbf) ptrnarr jrlnw, Aii'l th'-ir 4liiko on tlm anvil homikI; It't ilm -kill thiit lUii-l" tn our rtlit hand WlilihitiKkfttha woild go ruuiid. Hrv Brptliohufi'ln Ihnt wield ...word. M.v thoirlanrnH o vrr Rreoni Hit wh it wr ihpy without ttioomith To f nn" thir wcttpoiis ken! II t! ir to iliom ih it pl.tw th dvp, A 'i I rl....

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 March 1860

::zr,rr.v.ovnvcn , oino: Thn- ,t : t : V rch 22, IZZd. ri ri;rDr;; r, JOIIII IIcLEAN, of Ohio, ..,j,- to th itt.-b.t, nf lh Republican National I onrentior. The Presidency-The Prospects Our Choice. Ai tlie t'mo fur liol Jin tlia Rppulli- ean National Convention lriv.n near, the Ttepnblioan journal nre discufsin the proper course to lo pursued in n looting candidates, ns well its tlio merits of the various distinguished men who fcave been named in connection with the nominations to ho mado by that bod J. We are glad to observe, howev er, that wherever a preferenro is ex prfpscd for any particular man, it is al ways coupled with an emphatic pledge to ahido tho decision of the Convention and jiolJ a hearty support to Its nom inees. "Everything for tho caitw, noth ing for m-n," is the prevailing senti ment, and it is a token of union and harmony in our rants which affords a good omen of auccefs in tho great con tost before us. In looking over the field and calcu lating the chanres of th...

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 March 1860

Matters about Home. JOB PRINTING. Ourfikmtfl In t.,M nwl i.innlry, who nri-rt nnytlilne 111 till) ten if IIiiii,1Ii11h, Cnr.lf. Clrriilnnc, 11111 ll.-ftiK Kle.-tl.n, Ti. kcli, or mi.v nih.T 1psi. i -liitlnii i.f I'rlnlliiR. enn Imvo ,'ln-lr unlet promptly i-xertiteil nt tlili m.-i', In ft lipi-rlnt ntylw, nnil ol wery low pi lien. Having roient ly milled tn our ului k of i,tnrlnli a Air Mwhinr J1 Prru fur f.Kl renting, tugi'tll'T Willi Tnrtity uf N,w Typo, Ac, aifl.'ililn to defy rumpe.lilli.n in tho tiRllty ftti-l prlrrn of our work. Onliir. ly mull promptly ntlrniti-il In, nii-l the work t irwurjed without ilrlny. HORSE AND JACK BILLS rrlnti'J nt thin OuVo hi tho li-t fttyle ami on t he .holl'int xiotlcy. Prlc. 1.8 low ,n .'liewln're. Concert To-Morrow Evening. Tho lovers of music niny nnticipntc n treat, at, tlio Concert to bo piven To-Mor-row Evening, by tlio Music Cbiss and Tencbora of tlie Hilhbnro Fnmulo Col leec. Prof. Clnss, tlio prineipnl tencber of instrumental music, is ...

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 March 1860

Farmer's Department. I fr r.. I i.-n -a , f ii n r-'on' . 1 1- In. ' I i, - ' , -. on a.) no e. -.,o n, a i' h t Ol I. Of.! K NIV, ol I". W.-l ...I.. n OUT . ..,!,.,. v ! oe.i M 1,1 ? .a th-ir a, out in. I for ri.Hi. al itm . mi le.. I Ivy de.ira it. [For the News. LETTER FROM A NEW CONTRIBUTOR. Introductory-Farming on Borrowed Introductory-Farming on Borrowed Capital---A Remedy Wanted to Prevent "Washing" on Thin Land I R 1 r n d IIoaiuM an: I linvo foil an Itoliinpf to try wy hind at ncrU'bling for tho Nr.wa for norao time. But bein: rather too difTulent, from want of ex perience, 1 liavft liuM ofT, thinking it moro guidllo to listen than to preach. To-day, having a litllo leiauro time, I concluded just to pilch in and see how the thing would work. It is with great pleasure, an well as profit, wo rend the original productions in tho "Farmer's Department;'' and if I succeed in add ing a ainglo item of interest, I shall le rocompenFcd. Besides, by this meani we havo tho pleasure 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. — 29 March 1860

A A 'V V V, 'V V Tn r v .'' s U4.l J. L. BOARD MAN J Editor and Proprietor. $ Jamil) jjauxnal )rbotcb to 2fctos, politics, ilcraturr, gricnlturr, Tarlicls, ttr. (0:ic Dollar a Tear; Strictly in Advance. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 20. I860. NUMBER 48. voi,. xxiir. 3A C i I :i 'i i -4 h 3 il l .4 -A .1, A -A V W i V 1 ' . 1 1 -W VvJ. 'W i Poetry. THE LONG AGO. BY BENJAMIN OF TAYLOR. O! nwoTi.l.-rniNtri-:m I the river Timp, it run throuuh the renltn of teur, AVif li uf.iiilt . rhythm, ninl n hhhm nl rhym, Ati-ln hp t (iwi-t'p, UMil u fl urn- filhlinie, An it hlemli with llin m-can of vi-m. H.iw tho intMW fit iniiiK. like mikn of snow, A wl tl.n Miimiii!rH llko Inula hftw-n, Ati-1 th m intlw sh-nf thy ''"iiiomihI th'iy On tit" rivrr'd l.n-.t-t. w ith It rbhiiil n-w, Ah it nM'Wa ill thr kIkkImw uml hIh-vii. TIiti-' n nmn-'-nl Ti . p tn rlvr Timn, h-To tin H.itii t ff nitu in j.lfiviii'T, TIhtc'h m ImihIIi'ss p K y , ftii'l tr"i. ul rllmo, Aim! a -nn iimmi"-! iih...

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 March 1860

ni..r,Tnonouoj , oino: Thure.lay, :: :: ITarch2D, 1SCO. rem rncrjiDENT, JOHN IIcLEATf, of Ohio, C'1'ijn.-t to tho 1v . n .f tlm t!...iilUrnn Snll-niil --IlV. l.t li.M. ( To the Republican of Highland County. Tho RppuV.iiMn of I iigll,inil f'oun ty, nn J all olhr r wlio are opposm! to tlio policy of tho prmcnt national Admin istration, nre rrqursfiid to niuct at the Toting pl.iccs in tlmir respective town ships, On Monday, April 2d, 1860. being the dny of holding tho township elections, and nominate delegates to a Pistric. Convention, to bo hold at Sar dinia, on Saturday, the 3th day of May next, for th purposo of electing tvnj delegates to represent this Congression al District in the Uepullican National Convention. The namtier of delegates to which each township will be entitled on the basis of representation adopted, is as follows: Firushcreclc, Clay, Concord, Podson, FairGcld, Ilamer, Jackson, Liberty, Madison, Marshall, Newmarket, Taint, TV n n , Salem, Union, Washington, 'Whitc...

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 March 1860

Matters about Home. April r;irclio!i. n .1- mi. ni in inf cniiiliiliilrn f..r c.Ml. .., mil. nonnr, m, i- 'iii'li'hilia for c,(H ,(.,. in .i.Ji ''in Mi. 1 in I. .11 I'l-.i-.Mi tin 'if I' I I HI W VAN IN. KI.K m it .itii.ll. Int.. f.T i,-,-h--ti -n (.. II... "',,. -f 1-..- ,.( I, ih. rtv I" tri-.liillN v ItW.t'-l i r.ni.ll.lili- f .r A...a..r ol I.il.. i l v T.m ii lii. ill lli" i-ii-niiii: A ! it !' t -in n Pil-W.. in i n'Ulit ii .1 I" n"ii"iiii' i' I V VI S W. Iiiii;. (il: I I' n ii i i ml nil. I., f r M.il.l.'tl "f llil.al nml Ini.l... ,f I, ii.. rly T..naii. (r.r .. ,,r il )i .ii. ! In mm '.tni.'n V. I'. niUMs a n . ni. .III. .I" tor l "ii,tnhi.of l.iL.ily l in April . In It 'll. tit tl "a mm ' I! nl n. li. if Till- I It. .ii I (Mi V rw-. -ir- Y.nl will p!i.,.a,. nnti. .illi. i. Ilm n 'i iii" ..f I MOM M K 1:1, 1, V iia a i nii'li'liili' f,.,. .,.,,r ..f I .ilrll. l'l '!'. ii-lii, iiml ..I. lit" ,1V A H'.IF.Nl). n fi- YVn urn -nittiori'-l pi -lnnollllrii tlin nnn"' of ."Ml N IIAI...

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 March 1860

Farmer's Department. -i l p.irliii .Hi ,f Kit Sr. " .! tl... i- .111.1 . K.i. i.. In I! .. ' mill. ' I. m ttl'l, i"V, v nl In' ,... . ii... I.. i,.,r ' r- i -I i.. m i ni"ii. ii'"' 1 1 1 v ,,-.in- II, .11 I llul i . ri 11 I K-t li Agriculture and its Literature. "Tt r-ltir hi-.n-.t tl.it th' V fr .v,!rt K"r l.ili-, tti.i in n iimi iiU nl im H it t la Hi" I'. .i.,l I v in,. I I In. j"!. I linl I'm iii-Ii il ti nli -lull mi, lii,.il." Tranklin e:ii.l, "tliovo nro but, tlirro w.ijs for a nation tr noquiro wciltli; the first, by war, winch is roliln-vy; tlio sfc nnj by com iiicp'c, wliich ia frcjnpiitly chrntinr; the tliinl by afrricul! uro, wliich m tbo only hottest w;iy." Tlioro is j'rot fuiTO in fliis mrixiiii. All cl a .-ic s of rilions nro nUim.itcly foil from t lie produce of tbo foil. "Tlio Kins liitu m If 'v porved of the finM," iis well ni bis tntMiiest Hitrvitor, nn,l whatever jto motes foiontilii! nrieulturo enhances the tntioml wealth. We do not mean by this to subscribe to ...

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. — 5 April 1860

iMifTibl!iifti JJ c ) n l w. iff, : l1fT r- a r-. v. r r y i 1 'X i X v 1 J J A..X- '- -' X J. L. BOARDLIAN ifamtlit launwl glrbflttb io ITcks, $)oliltts, Pcnifurt, Agriculture QJnrhcts, St. (Ono Dollar a Year; Strictly in Advarce. Editor aiidTroprictor HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. . OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL voi,. xxi ir. 5, 18G0. NUMBER 40. Mj, Is- Poetry. [For the News. BE KIND. IJY Ml OATH r.UINr KOR PponJt kindly, f.r who know Tho Borrow that mny lio Tvcp huriod in the In-art, Vineen hy human eye? A t kindly wltornn tell Tim cofl that they nillit do, J!y fpr-nkltiR ono kititl word, Jty one kind action too? Look Rfhtly on an erring onn, Vol- who ran gnnsii the Rood That weminhtdo wit hone, kind 1""U Or ai-tion, if we would? The fntl" ln,di, life nonfiling word, The kindly act, Ik neve r loit - J "or Hi' )1 may f.iH P".t lir-nr t Whrn it m.iy need them mont. THE EARLY BLUE-BIRD. BY MRS L. H. SIGOURNEY. Illuchird! on yn Iciiltens tree, Kent thou carol tlnm to me, "SprlnK iHOiuiiiK! ...

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 April 1860

The ;T)igIanb IJcbs, !IU,r,mOKOUClIt, OHIO; : : : -pr il 5, lc FOR PRESIDENT. JOHN McLEAN, of Ohio, Subject to the of the Republican National Convention.] The Election In Connecticut. Tli Cincinnati Gazctto of Turnilny Tlio lnteM ilipnlclios from Connecti cut justify us, wo (hinlv, in pnyinpr tliat tli e IlrpiiMicon.t lmvo rnrrioil tlint F(nt by lost tlinn 2,000 majority. Tlio Lr;z islaturo is largely Ilcpnlilii .m. Tlii if glorious victory. It was .1 liarJ foiirjM battle. I'vrry inch of proniiJ was fic-rcoly contpstotl. Money was freely spent by tlio alinm T'oniocraoy, nnj cvpry rtrpninpnt tlint rotiM bo mc was bronpbt to bear to rlianrjc tlio po litical oomplcxion of tlio State. Tint tlio freemen of Con tic ticut the linnly sons of New Euglao'l met anJ conquered tlie enemy. LATER. Nr.w IIavfn, April 3. The com flcto returns sliow tlie election of Iluck inplinm, Kcpublican oandiilato for Gov. by 571 majority. Tlio lioprr imfativott .'.in.l 1-12 Kepublicans to S:l Pcniocrat: nj tlie...

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 April 1860

Matters about Home. JOB PRINTING. Our frlom!-. Id Inwn nnd onuiif ry, who niifl unytlilnfc In Ih wny of llnmlhllli., Cauls, Circular,., Hill lli-mln, ;lrti"n Tl. loili, nr any otlmr ili'.:rlitlnn of Printing, can liavnthnlr orilirl. promptly exi"-ntrtl nt this ofllro, In A AiipArlor iitylii, soil nt vory !n prlci-H. ltnvlitic roi-rnt-ly sdili-il to onr st-wlc of ni.itnrlulM ft S'np Mnrhiu Jut nr W Viiii.i,, tn;.'t!mr with a ?nrMy of Now Typo, Ac, wo am alilo to defy competition in tho qimllly and prirn of our work. Onli.nl liy mnil promptly attended tn, ftnd llift work forward,! without dcluy. Temperance Meetings. Ilcv. M. P. Gaddis, Jr., will deliver nil Address on Tcinporanco, in tlio PI. E. Church nt HusscII'b Stntion on Friday Evening; next, April 6th; also ot tho M. E. Church in Ilillshoro, on Friday Evening of next week, 13th inst. Tho public nro respectfully invited tonttond. Corporation Election. Tho following is tho vote for Corpo ration ofTieers of this place, nt tho elec ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 5 April 1860

Farmer's Department. if I '.,,1,111 T- !,, , ! I i I'.ir t ' lo ot i .-,,1 of Ho, Vrin uv. I . '". i,l l- "-li'l'l (Ml till M ' ' t , r .in . f. I1 Willi A'..-..ll.iroi...-l I. mil I' ..n.n.iv, will " "I. "inn In r ,1-i,ii,i... I..iri..f-.il..ili r,-',",t. ,1 In gn (li.ir r.-nl n.iin.-., I. n I n.. f'-r in'.!!, a I (..ii, mil. III,-, l,"iirt. Hints for the Garden. I. I'ropruo ynur p;roun.l thoroughly, not in nil casos by merely nianuritr unit di TLi n j, but with reOreiifft to pnrticulur crop that i.t intiuulod tu rown upon it. All pnn'on soils rIhkiM bo iliM'p, mellow and well pulvprue.l. IF tlio dirl'ure cuke during tlio eum iikt, nic:ins should bo taken to prevent tlii.-i, nM notbina; i so unfavorablo tli o growth of tho liner vegetables. II. l'lant j-nas deep, and in deep soil. Varieties may bo selected that ripen dilTeront periods. The very early ones khouM be planted immediately; the lat ter in a few days afterwards. There are somo choice early sorts now in mar ket, that can b...

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 April 1860

1 (W CD t j ' x S J. L. BOARDLIAITJ Editor andFroprielor. S Jfitmili) Imtntal Qdjoteii to Tefos, )oIittcs, jfttcnifitrc, gricnlttirc, Vlavlicls, r. HILLSHOROUGII, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1800. (Ono Dollar a Tear; Strictly in Advar.cc. VOL. XXIIT. NUMBER 50. Vil w , , 1 V i Poetry. [For the News. WHY I LOVE THE CHRISANTHEMUM. Lin, surrre.ted by niacins, a bunch of rbrl.anthemiiin flowers fn the hsii'l of a (lernao. little daughter, pre vious to having her ilaKUerrcotypo taken. Of all tho flowers that (row, The Olirlsanlhemum I lore beat, Fur it Ink my tnliirl from things below, To the mansions of the blest. Hourly I love them, for to me With choriihcd memories tlioy are fraught, And, borne upon th"lr perfumed breath, Comet many a awoet and pleasant thought. I once h vl a beautiful child. Who inveil thou hud. to pick, And ere the.T were Ail I blown. My darling u tuVen sMt. And when they had nil blossc-mail And sent torth their sweet perfume, Thin uVarly-rherishc.1 d...

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 April 1860

Cjic ;7)igMaui) Jctes. Miuour ; t , onio. irrr.' l J o: rRi..".ini:"T. JOHN IIcLEAN, of Ohio, Hu'.joct In lli.i d i. f I'.- I! nn Nali- The Wheat Prospect. Vroni tlio Sprinufcld (O) News of last week we copy tlio fiillnwin infor mation in regard to the growing wheat crop: We are iodchicd to Mr. William Yliito!y, of the firm of Whitely, I"a.s ler Krlley, f'r information in reard to the wheat project. In the Slate of Ohio, soiri'l of t'o -a Wat m very l.atlW winter killed, while oilier fields are not loin In" .1. I'l-iihaMy oni fiflh of the wheat in 0!ii is lulled. In Southern find Western Indiana and Tennessee, ihn tvhenl in verv I . ii ,1 ! v k i 1 1 p.l o, n , 1 ni a n V i , , , , , , , nchh Iiave 1 een riowed up nr.. I foti!., 1 1 wuu pprin-wneai. in in-oiu. i.itin prospect is prcttv i;oc l. In New 1 ork Pennsylvania, Maryland and the niie.it rr.-iain ' :eefion conera! Fast, w heat " ' iiji,. T, , never looked hitter, llic .vpi;n' lias, 1 i teen one ci the ici i.ivorat.e ovcr know...

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 April 1860

Matters about Home. JOB PRINTING. Our rrienil In Own nml cinntrv. wlm nrril ftrivllilnR In th Wdv if flnmll.lMn, Cur.li, Clrnibm, Hill liiR.ln, Klncllun TI'licH, nr nil' oilier iliHirlit I'm i'f Printing, run hhvo their tl"ri. pri'inplly oxr.riili-.l t this ofllco, In k minor Inr lyl", nml nt very low prlmi. Having recent ly tililnit tn our fltnrk nf mull-rial a A'etr Nwhittc ,1 k Prem for 'nt Yinin?, together Tvllh ft variety of New Type, Ac, wa are alilt. to defy competition In thn quality anil prleai of our woik. Ortloin by mall promptly attatnled lo, anil tlio work orwi.nli'J wltliont ilelay. Board of Education. Tlio election for incmbora of the riillsboro Boar J of Education on Monday last, resulted in tlio re-election of Benj. Barrero find Benj. Chancy, of tlio old Board, and tlio election of A. G. Matthews in placo of I. Vnniielt, resigned. - - New Acadkmy Board. T.'-e follow ing gentlemen were on Saturday last elected Trustees of tlio Ilillshoro Acade my: S. E. Ilibben, rrcs...

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 April 1860

Farmer's Department. .,,(, f. r tM P !'( in...t nf II, Xr.w I, .on li... I .,;,..,- ..I tl r .1 v. 1 ... (.. In ... ...i n on M.l hm r. .rt.e,.,t wi'l, ' I '"' "I I- "" ""''. "l w..e..,.. to ...it r. I. ul. mo r..i nHl,., t,. Ki.n t . f ir p., I it"! f-T j.ul l! Mi'.n, t;il.m lb -y l.lrr it. [For the News. "Support Your County Paper." BELFAST, March, 1860. P I n. Ki.itor News .v r .S'uv It is a fact known to nil person tli at. tlie cou ti try tioojiIo nro gelling much ia t ho li.ibit'ol't aV.inp; tlio ci'y Papers, and I am afraiJ neglecting those of tlicir own comity. I havo been looking fur Romo time to Bc soino of our firmer!! tako up the pen anJ urgo upon the firmer and me chanics their duty to support their roimfy piiporx, and I have- finally come to the conclusion that I would try find throw out a few hint?, and perhaps some person who is abler for the task will do tho PuVjcet justice. I nm always glad to see persons take the. Cify papers, so they do not neglect tlicir oii'h ra...

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 April 1860

wfl (X - rl r' f f1 fcl V -r XV M M l" i v J. L. BOARD LI AIT, J Editor andProprictor. ) VOL. XXIIT. Jfanulir journal gchnttb to Tcfos; politics, ftlcratorc, Agriculture, lilarluls, fit. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, . APRIL 19. I860. (One Dollar a "Year; Strictly in Advance. NUMBER 51. -A .SX'V v 1 Y I V S 'V: 1 HI Poetry. HOME'S HARMONY. The lurk mny ulnjr her nwwtcwt fnng, A riiiin fi'tni thn wvinnenrn, On fnnriiitf wing, fdie nkini (ilmitr, T welmtne in tin rNiiiff infn; If'T AWwteHt WHIR I ' IMUfrht to nie 0nijiHivi with home's weot harmony. Dfp In tho wnmlrt, tliA nlithiff-i1o, At midnight hour, nifty tmn Imt lay, Mny iMitir iikhi the liHt'iiing vitln lirr lovclit'Ht stream of melody. LnvMy her mhliitht ly nitty lw, I) ut lovelit-r hninu h wwt hurtitoiiy, Fiveet nro tlio nncntor rT tho Rprlnff, And of the Hiiiiiiner'A nunny fluvH, And iiuhinm' feathered whi Idem niug; In nipt umiiN Htruhi their sweetest luyn; Lovely thn fiottg of bower mid tree, 1J nt lovelirr...

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 April 1860

JilLrr-.r.or.ouuu , oino: Tlr-irs.', y, : : : : April 10, 1CC0. JOHN KcLEAir, of Ohio, lSut'j-t In th. rWI.,-n of tli Repnbllmn National ( nnvaritian. J Democratic National Convention. Momlny next is tho day fur tlio meet ing of this body nt Charleston, R. C, the Pemoerstic National Coniniittco having refuned to change tho place. Since tho Connecticut nnj Rhode Isl and clootions, Douglas stock spponrs to have rallied a little, nnd many of his admirers now profess to feel very san guine of his jotting tho nomination. Our own opinion is that he will not get it, because the South will control the matter, and there aro too many South ern politicians who aro afraid to trvtl liin. lie has once rebelled against the demands of the "peculiar institution," in opposing the Lccomptou scheme, nnd tho South cannot feci sure that he would not do&tri thctu again, as no doubt he would if he thought his in terests required it. Wo predict, there fore, that Douglas will not bo the nomi nee, but tha...

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 April 1860

Matters about Home. Wo regret to record tlio doatli of Mr. Geo. W. Ti tKF.n, onn of tlio proprie tors of tlio Ellioott IIo ifo, wliioh oo currod on 1'ridny lat., ftflnr a linorio" illness. Ho toih an old citizen, and lind a lnrgo circle of fi ionds nnd nrquain tnnccs, wlio will Miiceroly mourn liis loss. His renuiins wero followed to tlic jdnco of iti torment in tlio new Cemetery on .Sunday lust, ly on! of tl.o largest funeral processions ever seen in tliis place. Tlio burial services wero con ducted ly tlio Masonic fraternity, of which tho deceased was an old member. Cemetery Association. See notice to stockholders in nnother column. A TJeaij'tiful, Colored LiTnoanArn, representing ft peene on Fourth street, Cincinnnti, from the Custom House, at the corner of Fourth nnd Vino, to Main street, now adorns tho walls of our sanctum. Tho view was taken last win ter, on tho occasion of tho Legislative visit, when many of the buildings wcro decorated with flns. The street is tho fashionabl...

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 April 1860

Farmer's Department. m - r..n,i,iot.. -it i... f. r F. part men! of the N't w. ure .-ll. 1 1'- I 1i i. in I l.e 1 m uti'i . f I'm1 count v. V nit, In. iili Hint "-.ti..n. on till .nl.i . t. con mm to.l Willi Agriculture mol Kmit K- ?!' in v . v 1 1 1 hi. wel, eme to onr ri'liiinm. 1 ,.i r.--. 'ii li ni-t - ri"i ntt.'.l tu kho tlx ir r.'al natiioa, tint ii.'l fur pnMirulioii, uiiIi'mi ther ile.jre it. Planting Orchards. J'vrry timo to r'ulo Out in tho conn try, and tea turn di frying stn.ill holes in which to fnnt trros lor nn oichnri, wo nrc romindcil that "lino upon linn," is needed to bo written, and thnt "here a little," nd there a great dortl maybe unid to tho manifest advnntnjro of the planter, if ho only would read and di gest. Wo tinve planted a great ninny thousand trees, and for orchard purpo pes never yet dug n hole for tho tree with the ppado. We plow tho whole ground just as deep wo possibly can; subsoil it,if.nt all wet; then lay out our rows by plowing a double or land...

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