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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 31 January 1861

alii w 9- 1 fii ' if r-. Si f J. I. BOARD LI AN, Editor and Proprietor. Jamiln $aunt;il---gcMcb to l'ctus, politics, literature, grtcnlfurc, Tarhtfs, c. Ono Dollar a Year; ? Strictly in Advnnce. VOL. XXIV. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31. 1801. NUMBER 40. (-A W Poetry. [For the News. LETTER FROM "A FARMER'S WIFE." LETTER FROM "A FARMER'S WIFE." PAINT VALLEY, Jan. 15, 1861. I).-.ir "fri,r. IlrN,M with mill Lea most bland, Vnr it frinnlly sliakn I pxtnntl my , For wa havo lain "Hit. tnt'-hfC dnwn, Aiullouk iw morn with snlli-n frown. In tlifVolnintin of tht ''Nfw" to How rerjf mnrli we tllslfrTw! Now, "t'ni-li. rtnn," (thlstltlit I cho.wf, Fur you're I'mle to n wlto lake the "'uwa," And of iii'h"W anri nh"'m ft. Homily Imnil Yon have 'moiiK the hills nf "Ol.l Highland," I've hoard of your hoint; away eomcwhfrp, And oine of your notions about " F.n'r;" And I thought I'd toll yon how nrarly we lln a F . ir uno t inn can and do atrt'. Ami ns u many havi nlv.'li ...

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. — 31 January 1861

CI J)ig1)Iimt( Dittos. II I L LotIO ROUGH, OHIO. Thurs'ay, : January 31, IS CI. LATEST NEWS. Oen. Scott, it is aiJ, hns recfltitlj reecivpil information which incro It im l to do fond tha Fodernl Cnpital Ilioltu' nrivitn nocrotnry lias .. ...... V. f . . . - - h.vl in interview with him, tlictone quenca of which has been an incrcno of tba force. In ntMi'.ion to tlio other United Stntns troops, thrco companies of tho Flying Art'.llnrj wiM bo there on tha 4th of March. There i littla doubt that largo re inforcements have been ordered to Fort rictens by GoTcrnmcnt. The President is exfrcitung every rooabla measure, nidod by noma r Fouthorner, to prevent, the threatened attack on Fort Ficken. IIo n?k that tho present status bo sufTorod to con tinue, and tho fort let alono. It is understood that tho ttrooklin's orders' are to intercept tho Government vessels hoi.etofore authorized to go to rcnsacola, and obvinto tho trouble which might ensue by an attempt on the pnit of the Floridians 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. — 31 January 1861

TIw Union Dissolved!! Croat Excitomcnt! F.EADY-MADE CLOTIHHG GOING OFF AT COST, IT or- Tliirty TDn-yf Only! Great Bargains for Cash. A South rfiro1ina hiH ron out nf tli t'nlon, 1 hiivr, Bur,:lii.oit tlin .took of H, n.ly-1rlo ('lolhlliL', Ar.. Itil. lv uwn'l tiy A. Spi,",o, nml hutn ,lf.tormiii",l to fn.ll tbd .rn. for tlln nnxt :tu niy., POSITIVELY AT COST! Burrow ttsn OiVjiiv My .tonh mbrnrri. tirn iw.ortmniit of OVERCOATS, COATS, PANTS, VESTS, BHIRT3, DRAWERS BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS, CARPET-BAGS, TRUNKS, AND UKXTI.KMKX'S Fl nXISIIlSli fioODS UKNKR. Al.l.f . All wurrrtiitnrl woll in;ii!i. mnl of tlin hiti'.t ntylr. nil of which I will po.itlifly .oil ft.nhov,, .tut''(l, At Cost for (ash, and no llumling! no HUM 30 DAYS' 30 ISA Y.N! t"'('utl mnl got H.irnln.l .t. STEWAKT Mens, t'nlon nio,;k, Mnin it,, nppo.lt,' I'tiiilii- Sipi.To, (Spl.iK.-rf Olit .Itmid ) llitl.lioro, Jan. 10, 1 POI . ' jnnl0w4 Estate of Sam'l. Baldwin, dee'd. T"OTl'I': I. h.rfhv Kivnn ttn.t Oio .ul'K-...

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. — 31 January 1861

Farmer's Department. Amateur Farmers. PomiM O. Mitchell, in Lis "Hints about Farming," aii.'sti that the orators nt fim iculi urnl fairs ara dis- posed to c.iy0 too much of roc rolor tolj. t hoi r utaicment.i, and to dov;ito firming into llio position of one ol ibo cxnet ieionecs. Tlieso fpe:ilers only view the poetic 'Je ol' farm lil'o they put stra monurn in barren fields whero it never gro;', anil maLc the foninla Lirds chant a ftj carol. Mr. Mitchell, popu'arly known as "Ik Marvel," thin continue Lis comments on thoso amateur i'.iruiers: Tho misfortune about t It s farm rho torin is t!io notable fact, that it is most persistently and 'pcrs nnsive'y indulged in by thooo who lnow very little about the pmotietil drift, and intent o" farm lifo. Tlti7 do nut bavo the kicking rows to milk, or the corn to rcphint aft-1 rr the crow, or the barn-post lo re-set after an Irish teamster. lliey never. , . r ., rccli to the co e oi the matter. It is citraoi dina'-y, indeed, bow n nan of lino ...

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. — 7 February 1861

I .... ' y J. L. BOARD MAN J Editor andProprictor. ) Jfamiln journal tcbottb lo Xfctos, politics, gilcralitriy Agriculture, Sfarlicls, tvc. (One Dollar a Year; ) Strictly in Advr.r.cc. VOI,. XXIV III LLSHOIIOUGII, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY' 7. 1801. NUMBER 41. IvT1 QStf WitiW i i 1 V a ' ? i i i : 3 1 V J. V i i a .1 'Hit u w Poetry. [From the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin. BOB ANDERSON, THE BOLD. AIR—John Anderson. I. p,.h An.W.i'n. l I10M liny No I...M.T In tli Intnl Wmniil tntrniirl his r-iimitry'l fine, Against n r"h"l leunl. In lmiltri"'s wrtl 1 In- fniiriil tint r,.t ,'i't i"i' from tli' A nl -'. i'1 In'. I" fiimiir prnii'l, Thin very niRht we'll K". II. Sn Ambri n. tli"Ih'ui !. Whn .Hrkn-ss liiil li" l'v. Spike'l nil liis "'ins. unit lili-ntl 'I'., s inr T ""il hwiiv. A. Ti-rrv l"ft th" l,nwr"n". Hut tn'i- lii" II -' """" ninri". 6" Anil -r-iuli s mill" pruirlW V'ftiM O r SimlT tl:mi lo-luiu. III. n,t.i-i,n, til" l.'.lil. v. , Tri ;i'"H, .In vonr "r.t: TTlirt ...

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. — 7 February 1861

E!jc )igManb Rictus. niLLsnououoit, oiiio. ThTiTEilny, : Tcbmary 7, 1T31. LATEST NEWS. The rumored reinforcement of Ft. Sumter by boatj from tho II. S. Steamer I'rooklyn, is positively contradicted by Charleston dispatches; of the fi The bill for holdine a Convention was, killed in tho Kentucky I.o.tislaturo last by a Iirpe majority in ir,tJ So e-lorinus "old Kontuck' adliercs to the Union! Tho news from Virginia is cheering. Tt i consider.: 1 certain that a decided majority of the delceatcs ducted to the Convention on Monday last, are Union men. It is probablo that the (.tars and stripes ((till wavo over Forts Sumter and Pick ens, notwithstanding the terrible threats of the fire-eaters. The last intelligence from Ft. Pickens is that the idea of an attack has been abandoned for the pres ent. ti. - f . c n c,.,,, x ii u v-1' ii u 1 1 S3 in i, iii ui i.s.-i w ui.-1 3 1 1 - iii ..... the several States, invited by A irginni, met at Washington on Monday, and t.rocccdcd to business. A co...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 7 February 1861

Matters about Home. BUnHOItlPTTON TERMS. THU Tliimt.WI. WKKKI.V VKvq I. l,i '.T.r J.'",rr'1 ' v Vl11 """'' .-. 1 Vll S( rent , ni.i.te t ho I mitt lliitue.nn 1 1( f..iiw mi; Trm,: mr . : . u.i. it. nn 3... ........ i....... . -... s nvnih. ;r. eem. -i,M.irii,i,.n ,,.,.,. r o ,,, , r p.'lll l 'i fix" I i nil ii i in- i l ir. . .ilMrninTll lte nntiHi 'l wliu t'l 'Irriniei, ulniiit liexihe Iiy bills eli cit.. e.l I n t he iiipr, T r x n Si'n-ri'nn -'imlnlinu'i lni linjt Ho rn'. v ih r ..! mi iir'H r ,i,ii, !(,,, jm In lv , l !". within .It mn I li, I .Mi itl tlm sii l of t'i vir. N., levi .Hni, n .itn t lornix . UNION MEETING. A rail in ;n simulation and hrn been extensively irnol by men of all par. tics, for a meeting of citizens of tbis placo on iSi.Mrr7.it, Frh. 9, 1RG1, to urps upon Congress tbo adoption of unino measures to restoro peaco to tbc country. Wo learn that Judge Guf.kn of Cbil licotbo is expected to address tho meet in?. Lot there bo a full turn out of all fiiends of tb...

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. — 7 February 1861

Farmer's Department. [For the News. The Hog Question. PAINT Tp., Jan. 25, 1861. Mr. Iloiron.: It in not inj intention to attempt nn nnsvror to "Unelo Ben's" enquiry, but t will pv onlj low though t., unwonted in renlin; t!i Ag ricultural Prpavt mfiii t in jour list imue. Tlicio dffoins to bo two classes of II05 men. Ono, wlioso object is to raijo pip;- to eoll to his neighbor nt exorbitant pri ces, cun well nfTord to apply cliemical and ttciniral compounds wliich will pro duco a rapid growth; the other, the more practical man, handles them with the expectation of realizing after they have ntlnined their mnjinity. Now, with duo dfoerenco to the opinions and practice or tlm first. I will rov as was p Aid of a , . . , , 1 neihbor OT mine: "rtnrtly honest, hai a little to teff-inferefl." Tlio busi-j nc?s is not without competition, and it ! does not always folio that the most;'" 1 successful man has tho best nirrs Some-' times tho credulity of an unassuming purchaser is imposed upon. As...

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. — 14 February 1861

m Mill fl 1 1 !: i 1 IX IS Hi M I '-J C J. L. DOAnDMAN.j EditorandPropriolor. ) d Jfitmlln 3oimi;tl gcbotA in 'Iftlus, politics, ilcraiurr, griciillurc, Jfl'arluls, ftr. HILLSBOROUGH, 1IG IILANI) COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY It. 18G1. (One Dollar a Ycbi; ) Strictly in Adv'ti,cc. VOL. XXIV. in p .1 i I, JJLJ V V Poetry. Poetry. For the News. "DOES YOUR MAMMY KNOW YOU'RE OUT?" Snyi Jon itlmn tr Curry, Iu mt tnrrv, Irt in nirtrry, rnin, now, in't 1 ft cliurl. B ft nM'JiialIf pirl, V'tr I'm "urr no on knows what th rumpim I lmt; Hut I'to tV.ml lurking tnv of your tri fl in with the Will V'ir rntm hfr Impnctinn? Id-n'tyour cmi tluct iif-fl rurrri'tionf Art you n-it liirlin'H' llirt? "pot's your mummy know you're oul ? Hero U Ooorjy, too, your brother, nuking faros nt li 14 motlirr! Flo! fr hrin nn'iglity boy! tlme hiul J"Urs jilrrtip enjoy With another. Hu a man! Huy, what'n the u-ntopout? Ah! wht't tli it? '8li"ii a dfohl." Am not yuii omowhwt hol'l? Vou had tmut ylclJ to li'ir, til...

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 February 1861

niLI.SBOIlOUC.il, OHIO. Thursday, : TcLrunry 11, 12C1. Mr. Lincoln in Cincinnati. Tho Presidentelect arrived in Cin cinnati about i past 3 o'clock on Tues day afternoon, by tho Cincinnati ami Indianapolis railroad, lie was honored with oua of the most ctitLuniiistio recep tions ever jitnesstd in that city. The weather was very fine, arid tho streets in tha vicinity of t It a railroad depot and along the whole- lino of tho procession were crowded with people, u largo pro portion of whom were strangers. Fin;;. trcaineis ami othur patriotic emblems decorated many of the house1", tho tnili try were out in force, and altogether the demonstration was such as befitted the roccpt'un of the Chief Magistrate of tho nation. Tarty feeling seemed bu r'ud fur tho time, and men of all opin ions cordially united in paying respect to tho distinguished citizen who had Leen called Ly his countrymen to fill tho highest sta-i ion in tha government. In common with many of our citizen? wc had tlio pleasur...

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 February 1861

Aycf s Sarsaparilla A emnrmiinnl remedy, leir;netl to be the moit ellectiinl Allrmlirx that run lie iniiilr. It i a concontrn'ed extract of l'nni rMirnpni i'.ln, o rntnhined vvith other Mi!c'finers of fttill prentor nlteiative. power tt nflnrd nn efTt p- tive nnfidot" fur the ditrrw Snrnpni'illn U reputed to rure. It ii believed tlmt moh a Tinclv U wanted by tlio" who mlLr from Strumous tomplnint", nnd tlint one which ill accomplish their cure must prove of inmiono nrrvi' C to thin laro clns.i of our iilliictod folloiv eitm'in. 1 low completely this compound will do it lini lie-n proven ly experiment, on mnny of tin1 worst r.vtc to be found of llic following complaints : 8'itot vt.K A"i Scnori'T oi: CoMPf.MVT, I'llUI'TIONH AVll Kllfl-TIVK IIHF.AS1.-I, I',C!.11I, I'lMi'T.r.i, lii.o i eni'i, Ti'Mniii, Sw.r Itiir.t M, Sc.u.n Ili'.AD, f.;vriiiui and Svrniurie Ar ret Hons, Mi.tinuut. Piiirsv, Nki XAI.II I A (III Tit: iJotMHMlV.t'X, lll.llll.l I Y, )V1 JWHA ANII iNlllOriTlON, llllYSl I' I...

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 February 1861

Farmer's Department. For the News. Letter from a Farmer's Girl. Mr. Kditoh: As I rorul tlio letters you hate purlin. ip.1 from "A Farmer' AVifts," I thought in ny be you would like to licnr from a Frmcr'fi girl. I believe "Aunt Piss"' slid something about wo men talking polities. For my part I like to talk polities when there is any tiling very important to Ulk about. I s.qrce it would not look very well for us to be going up to tho polls to voto, but I don't think wo nro going to lose our credit marcly by talking. I think "Aunt Fiss" is right in sny- 1112 that we nhoul l not make so niurh difference in cooking for hired help and visitors, for I think hired help ought to liave as good victuals as visitors, be cause they nro laboring for us and we ought to study their comfort. I?y doing so we nro always sure of plenty of help when wo need it. And let us fanner's wives and daughters always do our own housework, when we are able to do it, and it will not only save a dollar a week, but ...

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 February 1861

(CI mf r s Vtx- Ui fi y v : a- J. L. BOARD 1,1 AN,) Editor andPropriclor. ) gt Jfanuln $aitrnal---gcbrtA to lclus; olitits, literature, Agriculture, IJarhcts, fa. fOne Dollar a Tear; ) Strictly in Advance. VOI,. XXIV HILLSBOROUGH, IIGIILAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21. I8G1. NUMBER 43. ! t: J . N. N XT Poetry. [From the Boston Transcript. A WORD FOR THE HOUR. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. Tli Arm vtvtit lf--iki up. In blT ulip I,ti;M :lti-r c m "'it. Cni evil t ir, T.oruU v gUnne Oir-'iih tlif uni' lci of wur, Ax in tli't.ire.un f thn Ap-Miily m. fir.fci other 1nwn It us iit we k1v wp N-.r rmlilv tlirvfttrn. iivi it" srrv-o to kp u-ir fit Hi fn i pMI"n; wh-ffl'.n aliuuUI wa lip tin (Mi-! Ii ut'l into frntri' l-lnl fht, Or. -in th cil-'T, vi.-l l clnnifil ri;:it, Fr'imo lii ..f lii, tun! ff'n :n-l ill ronf "in-1? Wlntf' irwc' Sif-on FnM"l..in' vntn proun-I, ft ir f turn pHntc'1; lot m lliro n-nisiin It nr'vcri!fiil culm, no m:tiM nntrif-I )h h truth mil nti- li.-ii. n. )mt (.irtim den...

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 February 1861

djjt gjiflfclan, Uclu s. niLbSBonouon, onio. Tiarilij. t Fabruiry 21, 1381. The Peace Conference. The Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati Gaietto telegraph that tho Conference will certainly agrtia on a plan of adjustment before Friday, which will be satisfactory toth Border State of both section. Good nows, if true. Mr. Lincoln's Progress. At crcry point of his Journey toward tho Federal capital the President-elect hits been greeted in the moat enthnsi astio manner, the people of all classes uniting. in doing him honor. There could not 1)0 a more deoisive proof of the high esteem in which he ia held by the nation. The programme of his journey, is laid out before his departure front Spring field, has been striotly adhered to. Ar ming at Columbus on Wednesday of last week, he left the following morning for Tittsburg, passing through Steuben Tillo. lie reached Pittsburg at 8 P. 51. Thursday night, left the following morn ing for CleTeland, arming at 4.20 P. M. Resuming his jour...

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 February 1861

Matters about Home. 1 I ; L--3 BUBSCBIPTION TERMS. r-THB TUrmi.A!) WKITK f.T MfW fa (inMUfinl everv '1'hiiratlajr ni'Tlilria al the office In Smith'. Mow, Wain Street, opposite the l.'onrl llonee.nn t he followine Tennei Mall Subscribe Si a year; 6 month, MVenta; 9 month, cent iitrer-itif.pi'a ntmece. eVaVN'n piiHr mil linear rhari ihr 1 1 me f.ir Snh.i rlln.ra are n-l inrl when tli"irtinieia abuut toexpire hy bill en cloiri 1 1 thepapnr. Town Subscribers (iiK-iiidiiifthn.ewtineet ihr l'r t tin I'.mi ixll i, or lim.i-of pnhlicall.ini t vetr in a Iran. e, $1 Ji wilhln lis month, (1 Vl thr n I of th ,,'r. S.i de viitiun from thc.el. 'run. The Murder Trial. Trial of Samuel Charles Kilgore and John Howard, for the Murder of Michael Ghormley, on the night of Oct. 4th, 1858. The trial of this important cnoo com menced in our Court of Common Pleas on Monday last, Judge Unions prcsi- THE INDICTMENT Is long and carefully drawn up, nnd C in tains four separato counts. The first count is for m...

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 February 1861

Farmer's Department. [For the News. "LETTER FROM UNCLE BEN." "LETTER FROM UNCLE BEN." PENN TP., Jan. 1861. Futtso Boardman: Tb following lines wer penna-l ly m ome time ago, forother purposes tlmn theeolumna of the News, and in looking orer tome of my olJ icribblings I earn across iheno; and ioaftraach as oar Agricultural Board had banished Agricultural papen from the premium list, I thought perhapt it would not be amia to copy them, with alight alterations, for the News: la it really eo, that in thit nineteenth century, when the march of mind with ererynne should be onward and upward, &nd Old Fogyiia sal darkness should e giving way to the light of acieooe, that a Board of officers in this County, elected eiprcasly for the promotion of Agrioulturo, should Tote Agricultural pipers a boro, end banish them from their premium listl The question to be eiarained in the following lines is, Ate Agricultural pa pers a bore? Do we farmers need more Agricultural knowledge? The worn-out fa...

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 February 1861

BOARD MAN J Editor andProprietor VOL. XXIV. J. L & lamiln gounnl gtifllA io HILLSBOROUGH, IHGIILAND Itclus, JoIi(tts, literature, grtcnllurc, COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28. I8GL STarlicts, r. One Dollar a Year; ) Strictly in Advence. NUMBER 44. Poetry. [For the News. AN ACROSTIC-INSCRIBED TO THE TEMPERANCE CAUSE. . Ij ovi ! a pUnl of bolteM Mrth, f) f mnj that florin tk Mrth. V old of LnTt, tnftnklod would b X nemlM to Fidelity. P v it it T ootnth from nbov, U nftinff In boodi of lot. R immbcr, If our niotlvVl1 pr. I n oonflict wt'.l stood turel T driv old "Bkcchua' from hts tliron, T oath of Anwrica, nub en, A ad BffTr lay your armor by, N or from the Hold of battle fly! I rir tutpmprftnc from our laml; F onrtr trne and tVilthfiil stand. I ndwd, tin amount of good do, T tprnd on whthfr we are trua. K Ter mny our motto Ym: fiOVa, Pl'MTT AMD FlDltLTTYj' I f this prevail tlmmghont our lnnd, T hen old 'HwehiiiT cannot itand-- Y luld ha mutt at our command. 6ALI.tR. WILLIE DEA...

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 February 1861

The Highland News. Hillsborough, OHIO. Tauvsliy, : February 23, 18G1. C JWnsliinton ilisp.ilc'ic in yestur Jut a ciiv rupiM-s t.ite tn.ir. n plot to .it i- 1 .i- mate Mr. Woln nt 1,h inarr.v n Mon I,y nnxt, li.n been .lisoov- n.ssnss tion on I. It it s;iid tliat .")0) men hive sworn to tnko hi life, l'very piecan- linn will tin ttil-nn Iti nrevnnt thn PXPCII- tion of the riot, if it really exist,, v1iii.1i nn n,r umrnelr lielieic The Peace Conference—Light Breaking. "! Washington disptel.cs state that on 0 ' Saturday nii;ht last, the Conference ailoutcd Lv a larrre maiority the Pubsti- tuto ofT.-rcd bv Mr. Franklin of l'cnn- pvlvniii... for the report or the commit-1 It is as follows: Tn all the present territory of the United States not embraced by the Cherokee treaty, north of the parallel thirty-six .decrees and thirty minutes of north latitude, involuntary servitude, except in punishment of crime, is pro-1 hibiled. In all the present territory south of that line, the status of 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. — 28 February 1861

Matters about Home. BUnsonil'TlON TERMS. . J.'lKr).V.rJ,,,:,rr::fr'!:;K,'' ...,:rs::irr:,,.-,:,.: i m hi r,..-r , i .. i !m i ii. .u-i , mi i ii, 'i..iiiu ina r"Il"". a , , c, ... ,, ... , M il Si'i ler ibn's cl i v.-n : i. in., i ii- ,(i, , ui'-. n . .,m,.. j . , hi. , ,..,;.. ,i.i..... i v.. 1 pin I l.tii.r I h in I In-1 1 ui"' I" i "I I'.i. ' 1 Mil,., ril i ,- , . i 1 I. .lili - I li n I Ii- i I ' mi i ;i I' "ill 1 1 1 . x j i I . I , y hi 1 1- ell - . I...... I in ll,i .ii.. i'. Town SVn vib'Ar.i i it i li ? , ir in wl .1-1 uf I ll ie-1'l'liurt Ii , l, Ml " ( ,tl I.) j. : I i,,l, within -i m,,iitii., :,ii;lt ill,, i 'vhilii.n li ,.ii I h. -i-liu n,.. The Murder Trial. Trial of Samuel Thornburg, Charles Kilgore and John Howard, for the Murder of Michael Ghormley, on the night of Oct. 4th, 1858. TESTIMONY FOR THE STATE CONTINUED. .Tas. "Mohan ealled. Tn August, 1S."iS, paw defendant nnd (Jhorinley have a quarrel, on the railroad near V. ('. Win ter's. (Jhorinley threw a stone nt T...

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 February 1861

Farmer's Department. Farmer's Department. [For the News. LETTER FROM "UNCLE BEN." Are Agricultural Papers Beneficial? PENN Tp., Jan., 1861. PENN Tp., Jan., 1861. (CONCLUDED.) Our youn; penp'o will and lihoulJ rad iomethinj; lot us tlen proviJn thorn with dijflli matter s will mould the youthful min 1 into a ships that will bo useful in after life. "Hut of what u" I think I hoar gome one ask, "are Agricultural papers to oil frmr, that have boon raised to their profession? All the papers in tho world cannot teach a man to plow a ptraight furrow to handle a ficklo or neytlie." True; neither will looks teach surgcoo how to nmputato a limb or romove a tumor. 15ut will nny one ar gua that it is useless for him to, study books on Surgery? It is seldom that wa need a Physi cian or Surgeon, and many Rood, hon est people believe that our salvation does not depend on learned Divines; yet our country is filled with Colleges for their education, and Periodicals doroted to their instruction. How ...

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