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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 7 March 1861

c ,1 s 4 I-'. J. L. BOARDMAN $ Jfainilii oimi;i( gckfrii to glcfos, olilics, literature, gricnlturr, 'IJXarhcts, &t. IiLLSBOltOUGII, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, .MARCH 7. I8C1. One Dollar a Year ) Strictly in Achrnce. Editor and Proprietor VOL. XXIT. NUMlil'R 45. ct r of rf r iff) 1 4 J : Poetry. [From Vanity Fair. EPIGRAMS FOR THE TIMES. A NEW "SONG OF SIX-PENCE." Hiiifr, "one nf Sumter, A K rt In 'lMil "ti?i bay; hiflit-nn'liily bravo ni'-n Vatrh thiro night nml ly. Thi-ft bravo nion to ancror, Mill no ni'1 N tnt; Itn't JuriifHi IluhiHin A prrUy. rmsi'ltMitl Jutiv Is In CahlnM, I mMIng and il'-lntiiifc; An l'TH'in'rt In Sumter, Vory tired of waiting. ri.-lrm I In Cr-irloMan, IlhHt-i in.T; of hl"s; Thuik i'iilM(4! M:m li th Fourth it near, To nip .S'" ('si"n'i( iiwl Wh-n Atvlr-w .In- kiini rulod thii In ml, Ho ft I'ri'Bi'l'-nt Wh't hIwiivi ili'l the thiitu lio Paiil, An1 liii'l tha thinir lie iiifiiiit. A jirn' liiin'i'i-'u lit-ill I nink". Ami tii(T l it wr-ll with thiv.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. — 7 March 1861

tnight here clr)o tnj remarks; but I fhoose tt go furtlinr, anJ to say even more. There 1 scarcely a man of' talent ml nharaeter living, even at the North, under whose administration of the Den eral Government I would not prefer to live, ratlier than , lire in a Southern confederacy,, controlled an J governed by the traitors and vlllalni who hare originated and carried out this wicked, during and dumnible schema of Seces sion. Tho Sen.itort of seven States ha to been sitting in their seats as Sena tors aurora toauppofl tlie Constitution of the Unitod States, and to not as the privy rotinel of the President, and' at the Dimo time they were holding secret mcL'ttng, plottini the overthrow of tho (Government and Censtitution they had sworn to sustain and support. I con sider Benedict Arnold nod A.iron Burr patriot and honest men, compared with theso traitor anj perjnred villains. I certainly have no deairo to livo under nny Government org-tniied by such cor rupt, wicked and hell-deservi...

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. — 7 March 1861

"C0STA1VS" EXTEIUIIXITORS. "ONLt. INFALLIBLE REMEDIES KNOWN," Destroy iMStnntlr EVERT FORM AKD SPECIES Of VERMIN : Tbe preparations (nnllk all otbart) ar " Pre from poison. "Motdaagero to tho batman family.' "list oomo out of their bulM to di.' 10 year and mora otbllabod la 5w Tark Clt J. W kg th City Pott Offlc. jVd bg tlit (illy Prison sad Statloa Ilos. teed h$ fit j Steamers, Ship, ig. I'm) ht the City Hospitals, Aln.IIo-ies, Ac. Cd (,, thClty Hotel 'A tor,' 'St. lllrholae, I , IM bf 1 Bierdlng Roam, Ao. IM if taantaaa M, PrlTata Pso-ili. Ac. rj-fle. e-JW Proflo, PrrmooA lWfec woo: IIKNRT R. t'OKTAR. All the umer I hae beea tronhled with Dmrbtl mid Mini. I wae actually asham ed of the house, for th R.atche war vrywher. I iurched a Im.x of yonr Exterminator, anil tried It, and ia oua week than a aot a Koach or Mmip in the turns. Johx B. Uivsas, Mo. M Klm Street. IinrsEKKKPKIlS, tronbled with Tar ml n, need be ao ao hmger. If they as 'C'letar ' Kxterminator. V tiv need It to onr aa...

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 March 1861

Farmer's Department. [For the News. UnderDrains-Their Advantage, and How to Make Them. STRINGTOWN, Feb, 1861. Mr. I'tHTOH: -It would lmost poem fully in mo nttcmpting to saj a Tow words nbout Farming nutters through tlic News, you lntve ho manj coiitrilmturi older und nb'cr than myself, tint in tlii no of improvement and progress, I be lievo it to b tlie duty of every person who winlies the advanocment and spread of knowledge, if lie knows anything worth knowing, that would ba of ad v.mt.irt to lii!" neighbor, to tomnuini cuto it, nnd ho mnst be a churl indeed if ho withholds it. I have frequently Keen enfuiiics in the News about Under-Draining, nnd if I mistake not, they havo never been replied to. Now it is not possiblo that all your readers lack experience in that important branch of Agriculture; or that none havo replied from tho lack of nbility to do so; but I uppo.ia it is rather from carelessness, or a desire to shift tho trouble on to tho shoulders of aorno neighbor. I am pe...

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 March 1861

) f I 1 1 Iff rr OjJ IV ( J rl a - il Mr. J. L. BOARD MAN J Editor andTroprictor. ) & iamilg laitnral gfhfltcJr to Xlctiw, politics, fitcrntnrr, gricnllnrc, &T;irhtts, itc iOnc Dollar a Year; ? Strictly in Advcr.cc. VOL. XXIV. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. MARCH M. 1801. NUiMHI'I! 'Hi. mwmw f 7 -WSJ Jiyyi Poetry. OUR BABY. OUR BABY. BY MRS. FRANCES D. GAGE. Ti.l VMi rvrT fn (Mir 1;ily? l.itik Tot; Wft h IW e"i fi n irklhi bright, And h-r kln ft Mv whit.', Lip iiml rh '. ks of r-y light - Tttll you wliut, Fhn in just tliw.-.-tnm Imt.jr In tlio Int. All! lir m our i.nly dhrlifK Anl tn mo All liT lit t le wnv nro wftW. When -In'Bitim li' f littln tlttty, KviTy W'nl ! jml it pretty A ' an ly Nut nnntlirt In tin city SWirl II" the. You i1-ut tliinfc k?--V'"i tmVr n b?rl Vtli y-Mi cml. I H"o li'T Willi lid' filit I li ttiuc-a rliiltnrlng, II" ir 1 1 1 r 111 t lt trMiuiH- ii-1 'ImM'-riiii:, Little il.iti' imc f""t f.imc I' xttci imk Think V"U vri.ul.l Mk' ll'T J'1-...

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 March 1861

mr.r.snonouan, 01110. Thursday. : Ilirch 11, 1801. Rumored Evacuation of Fort Sumter By the Government. The whole country startled on Monday, ly a report from Wnrhinirton th nt tho now A dmirmtralion had de termined to withdraw tha troops from Fort Sumter, and abandon it to South Carolina, Though not yet positively! confirmed, there fooith to be no doubt that there is some foundation for tho ru mor, as it i repeated by the Washing ton correspondent of all tho leading papers, botidei appearing in the regu lar dispatcher. Tho Cincinnati Gazette of Tuesday treat it as reliable, and lias an editorial juntifyinp; the measure. The folloiin, U a special dispatch ti that paper, from its Washington correspondent: [Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Gazette. WASHINGTON, March 11. FORT SUMTER. When I closed my dispatch last flight, I little expected thut the policy in re gard to Fort Pumter would be so soon developed. It seems that at a Cabinet itieotinjr yesterday, it was fully discussed und ...

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 March 1861

Matters about Home. subscription tehms. pvnry T h ii r'l h y im-miit at th iffcp (n Hmliri'a ltnw. M tin Htrt,MiiM)iitt'tlifCuurt Honshu n tho fullowinn Term a: Mil 9"ibinribnrn --1M vnr; fl montl.., MnU; Tim int In, ';." rpiiM inrnriihtffin n't'-inr. ftrt'Nu paper wilt l"ntr thun thn tin." l'l fT.fc Hi.t.Hcril.nrii hup ii-niilf.l when ttcirtiiiH'lii about to expire y Mill in nloNml in thop'ip'T. Tflwn ilbsoHbnra nnrtiifllnirMiMp whonf tlie p.Mi..r nt tli' ' Oili-M nr om-Af puMlrMmtn-$1 n Tn.irlnn lv.we, HI 2.r. within W month, tM .Mat the uii'l of tlm yciir, Nixluviiit ion fro in t he mm tcrnm. April I. lection Announclnc; eahdidates. On Dollar payable atrictly lt advamto. ClINHTArH.K AND MARSHAL, Mn. KniToR: P1..iise announce that JOHN 1IKCKLY will I.e supported f"r M.trshal of HillMhoro unci Constable 41 Liberty tli. .tit Clio ensuing election, by marls. M AN Y CITZK.NS. Mn. J. L. Him'Hi: Yon will please announce J M KM W. litniitKTT a a rHii.li.liUo for re-election as M.trshalof...

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 March 1861

Farmer's Department. Farmer's Department. [For the News. LETTERS TO YOUNG FARMERS. Number Two. BY "UNCLE HENRY." SUGARTREE RIDGE, March 1, 1861. Hnvr aJmirililo u nuch a cli.ir.ic tor! It 'I.i tint l.l'i, honoriblfl thing t"1 hioh nil men yi.'M ft hearty tribute of rospnet. It i that, br.ivo, manly (.".ir- In?, w1.,c.i so Jijnifie, n,l cnnobl v, all true men. A true man is a kin-. I him whern you will, lie is imperial in soul nnj life, lie i not, moved by pet- tV jealousies ami fm:.ll vr.nl ion ..' n , .it.-. r.u i oxcrerates (no indecent habit ol the vol- . Kr, and in a nave to no tmcu.1 custom, JIc fchuns the Ji unkarJ's bowl ami the desecrating oalh. v i i.iiii-i ounr men have hot blood and quick 1 impulses. They see life through a map;-1 nifyinq glass of th imagination. Their fancies aro ardent and often lawless. Tkey catch at single ideas, and color the pas.inS hour with their light. Youth is . 1 i 1 - n poetic period, when ideas appear in tivt light, distorted and colored by t...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 21 March 1861

7?M if mT r it f1 ! J. L. BOAH.Dr.IAIT, EiitorandProprielor. cfamilg journal jleMcir lo tch)5, politics, literature, Agriculture, IJlariicfs, fa. Onc Dollar a Year; ) Strictly in Advance. VOI,. XXIV. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1801. NUMBER 47. mi J 7 1-! . 1 1, Sj A. J illi r. If r 1 ? ;( i 1 73 Poetry. [For the News. THE HILL OF SCIENCE. AN ALLEGORY—BY "BIRCH." Therlm-k utrui'k ten: nil livlnu nutnre laj In lninhr wrnpi (l. In li.irrhnniliiili nicy Hume Hie flay lovl spent: In hihor, more, To meet nnhcndlnit times, lnul stniifled sore. These soundly il"pl; lull restless, dreamy, those. Anil iinn-frrilir.l; nnd wished they tM lin.l chose Tlio better mrt. And yet there others were, Whose steep wns not the sleep of rest; mid thein Wionld pity he; nml niippllriitlnu priiyom Mioul.l rise in th"lr lichnlf; they restless seemed Tlio lin--l.,nn Hilit if bloody wi they droeitned. The vcnt stnre contnlvd, the (tronn, tin- tnrt, U.-truyed nnnttered sufl.-riiiKs o...

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 March 1861

nir.t,:;ronouoir, oino. ThnrlTy, Tfarch 21, 1SG1. The Fort Sumter Affair. It in still uncertain whotlier tlio Ail- ministration lias really determined to . cvacuato Fort Sumter or not. Thero'with has been no olTiei.il innonnoement in rcKrd to tho matter, one way or tho other, but tho telegraphic dispatches and bitten fro;n Washington continue to stato that tho Fort will bo evacuated, nnJ tome even affirm that a messenger lias nlready bcon dispulahed to Major Anderson with orders to that efTi.'et. It is now wall understood that if the Fort is given up, it will be because there it no other alternative (!en. Scott, tien. Wool and other high officers of the army having pronounced reinforcement with the means now nt tho command of the government. It is in- deed humiliating that such a necessity' should exist, but if U!c a necessity, all j can bo doun is to maka the best of it, leaving tho responsibility with thoso by whoso agency it has been brought tt(jUUt 1 ... LATEST. Tho V. Y. Tribun...

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 March 1861

Amos Evans, fltifoi m X nnti Wt, f 1 1 u t Un Lo "I I hi- l ' hl J 'i' Hi il 1 1 K 1 " IM. .Uh. J n i--r. I'l l'l bI -i . OKFirE nrrr VuMfr n'ti k nun Ink la'i M tore m -thrui'i tlir-inj:h th Hull lFlwmn the cliir mid i hatV lrutt Hli iT, Work 't'Mio. Iinj' nnd art-ant,, marl Iff drs. conrroN & lewis, -- T' , OFFICES ,jH ILLSBORO U'- AND " J." DAYTON. T'n ( '( ' M r fn v lm t ;ikn l'p 111 rfifdclirn In 1fiTtn, mid Da. I.r. 1-Iihf .t niuiM tilly ) ulo.l in I1illt(..r... UM,' i at 1 1 1 e iH HtnTid.mrr llilihi'n'i bio Ii. T(ny uniko ont.u noil-Mail in JVrfh, XT7"itIv 12 liniiiolocl rlatof liidi nx.-pi f..r Ukai'tv, C'lxronT, Ci.KAWMNrNN, I'f RtHM.ii v, fv ry olliMt kind if nrtitii inl ili-utnr.'. A Ipo, 'IVotli iimi'i tttd (in Cm1i1, SiT mid Villi unite ln-. hut-iilni-ii'iii tri.cn in h!I hhix, N 11.- r.-th fxtrii- trd IU t fain l Klrctri. liv. pv, The I'iriiiliiiu Mtilllou, l2V BILLY BROWN," niil:i ',n'n,'')mni"iirlti(r the lit rf A;ifi!, rtnd rndini? tin 1 t "f Jiiiv, nt inv fnr...

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 March 1861

Farmer's Department. [Correspondence the Country Gentleman. Progress of Sorghum Culture in the West. I'm. Cn. (Jent. Tl ir re nro many in-, (luiriflfl from Valium putt of tho court try, ns to tlio .iutm or failure of llio Northfrn Sutrar I'jne or forliuni S.,c chnrstum. I will iv.i you in brief, iny i xperiouco, anii liope thut other who lure t r i oil it will do tlm "uno, fir there arc yet mimo who arc still in unbelief. t our tmm a no i;it s ii 1 1 n ij a neighbor 1 f , , . , i mine irnvc me suma feed, wlueh no! i , i i,! i r i1 had raided the voir belore, from eed P ,it.. .'i,r ti i from the I atuiit Olhec. J hi seed was ,, , , .. . c .. ,, will matured as it proved, for it nil r , . i . .i . i c m rrew. I planted it on the 221 of May rr ,, , ' I , - ;. ' of that year latitude. 41 th';' ..0 nun.',. j " i I hail no means for working eanfl. I f mude it verv nl1.nt rnr.,1 f,.r i t i . ' i. . r . cattle. I however took a tew canes, rnit thorn into my stovo-boiler, steamed them nml bo...

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 March 1861

9 flT fff ' '1 fin III' lOI n Mj -rC 1 c AL-X A-X- J, L. B O AUD MAN, ) Editor andProprielor. ) VOL. XXIV. Jfamilg journal glcbotcit io tctos, )fllitus, f itcrntorr, gritttllurc, Dfarhcts, tfr. IILLSBOROUGII, HIGHLAND ' COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 28. 1801. iOno Dollar a Year, ) Strictly in Advance. NUMBER 48 Poetry. Poetry. [For the News. PRESS ONWARD. lN ntBFI TO MnS. P. A. UII.r.ON, OF HIM flRnnn, l. I'roMH onward! Although all uncms dnrk, No futitn trmiMo liorrnw; A!wT9 the dnrk waves kenp your bark Hopf. dnn ni arMi. to-morrow. Trnsd onwrvH! ulthoiiKri fn unit To trow your path with sorrow, RUM hope jour pathway may ! bright--That you rany imlU to-rnorrow. Thouh futnra prnnpectn Rlooniy pwm, And yon have nought hut orrow, Tho nun through durkoat cloud will glram, And umllo again to-morrow. Although yoit mny trouble hfcTf, And trial hard tohfir, Trntifl onwardt thf ro is One aboT, Who watchca us with care. I'i-mi onwanl! put your trtut In Him, Who trlli us in Kin Word, 'All 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. — 28 March 1861

LANDS &c. Tin improToJ linl-i nmount to 1'v 0."l,!)t') ncre-t, anl u nini provc-l to 1-5,-2lO,l.V3 n-rri. IVrin-; tlifi p-i't t'Hi jours :!,!") , I") J or-.M, value! lit $10 l"ir aorc, htvi bi-Mi ri- lnoivl to cultivation. Tin n.'t i"ultar.il cxporti o'' tlio tn ti f.ir l'll v.tt .?')'.;, H;!,7J7, Ih-mii,,' near ly half ih 3 iviioij vii'ii or iiifl p11" d net. MANUFACTURES. Tlinvti -.rn 11? Oil:) t,.',.l.lct r m Til o VC.l . in cluiliiii? miim!'.ii'ii'.j inOi.io, .hhI J the v.ilut) of tho pr.c!'i:t i-t 5 1 11,1)0:1, 0:1). ! TliU (J n-iartmont in ('i nei n n iti cxcecl that of New Voi k City " 1 lllj lllstllla I tion of liolir hai (lerniaxril. The 'Vcm- cut pnniity i about MO.HO'I.OOO I loin, eoriMuiiiinc: almost :t.O(M),00:i bu.Oi- , els of j;rain. The v.iluu of meat an , nnally .:n:ko.l in Ohio 1.4 ubout, 1 i i ,.,i .i ... tioo.O'JD. Tlio ii IXliil wi Ul.i.iiHI tons, worth $.1,171. (KMC re.inirin 51 furnaces and 3. 00(1 : h.iiiih. Tho iucreaio sineo 1.")( is 100 pr cent. Tho sa...

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 March 1861

Matters about Home. H U IS H U U I V T 1 1 N TKIiM H . Tin-: iin: ii i, v s ; v i; i;i i.v vi:vvs r pui.i ii- i M.in-ii ,;.,,. n-1 h'.' i.'.i-M t tin. i,,ii..u , 1 .n, MliiM1,'1Hi,nr,-Mr:,.i,,'.o,,,l; a m .mUm'. : . .i ....r. ,;.; -. 'fs..i.. ,., i ,,. ', (!, ,i,.tim-, r.r.'hi .i ,;,,,. II it I 'l-"l .v !i "i "i ' I ' ' i 'ii' i . uli'tn t I 1 1- ii I i liy til 1 1 I'll i;lm,"l ill flit- liiln r. Towrn Su-noi'ibl-iM (lin-lii'llnifi run.. li.'iro. tit" ..l i !' lit (hi T'lil '1 Ii i.r Dili it i lii :i I inn I - f I K y If ill d Iv 111 j I J i H ii Ii i II -ii v in ill 1 In. I .'ill ut till Oll'l 'if till V ' if. S I" vi.it I 'ill I'luin t ll'-ir ti'l III". April !lrr(ion. nn-,.-, ,-., ,',-. ,,1,-,.,. ('iNrni,K and .MH'. uiw,. Mil. Ki.iri.n -l'li.-r inn , ll.nt .l'iN l!TKI.Y I v i!t i. -ni'i. tL-.I r -r M I. nl ..I llill-.li. ir.i mi l c.iiMtnl.lr 1. 1 liili M ly (i.,ul Hi -i i'ihi. it lu il l 1 i'Ii-i li.'li, I y M NV ( I l l.KNH Mil ,1. I,, II.M.I..MV Vnil Mill (iIivkj nii'i"i . M 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. — 28 March 1861

Farmer's Department. Butler County Hogs. Our till fri'-ml, Mnjor John M. Milliliti, of Butlor county, gnlUntlj comi to the rorvi6 of th Ilon of tb a t region, in a lata number f tli Ohio Farmer. Wo ero wnll avrara that the most iperioncel Hog raier.i award the palm of mipcriorify ti) Hutlorand War Ttn counties for the finet IIorh r.ii.ieJ in tho b'tnte; and as tho "Hog ijue?tion" liag boen brought prominently before our readers for some time past, wo copy tha following remarks of Mujor Milli kia, to show what lins been done in thoee counties. It must be admitted that the figures are large, and "bard to btnt." [From the Ohio Farmer. Butler Co. Hogs against the World. A few weeks ur;o, you publishod tlie weight of a lot of hogs which were rais ed in Butler county. In conneotion with the list of weights, I said that we had "in this county what we callad tha But ler couuty bogs, the Gregory 'sj Creek bogs or the Maia bogs, whiuh we claim ed to be superior to ull other breeds of bos know...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 4 April 1861

f if i MX fl d An ' M LULL J. L. BOARD MAN J Editor andPropriotor. ) Jfamilg $(wnt;t -gcklcit la $fcfos, )olttics, literature, Agriculture, lITarhcfs, t. iOno Dollar a Yea; ) Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXIV. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. APRIL I. I8G1. NUMBER -19. 7' 1h : Poetry. "I AM ALMOST THERE." BY LIZZIE M'PARLAND. 1 nm almost thcro! Iam dlmnst thorn! Sni'l ft riving trirl, n hor mi frrrw low; Th o I rn nf ftrth n th Imltny ftlr Awl tlio rippling of distant Mrram I know. T.nr h unnii'l ftn1 inH f tho pftinnt hnvn To my unirkrix-fl ("-in'' ft rupture rrfntf; Tint O, tli-To uro Invrllcr ttiin Hum tlio I ln'ftr thpriMtlinj? of unnl winp-! I non, T upp a ulimlowy vnll Knf"1itnR Minip f.rni f rMonMul Mk'ril! Tlif tteuri'" of fri.-u'li arc prowl nic Hut tho Rlory of hoavi-n Uot1s my mvMiM iigM. I honr tltMr mil"!'-! O, fton! T hotr T ln hum of tho lly around th throne! Th heiiutihil one are floating n-ivr! I chip, )rnt Savior, receive thine own! BY LIZZIE M'PARLAND. ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 4 April 1861

Hillsborough:, cmo. Thursday, : April 4, 18C1. LATEST NEWS. Tho Ci noin nnti pnpein of to day (WeduesJa)) furnish nothing Inter in regard to Ft. Sumter. It is mild tlirtt no order of evnenntion lint jot iten issued, and that thu idea of rcinforrcnicnt is not yet entirely abandoned. A.poeial dispatch to the ('omino r-j ml, .Intra -on tho authority of a Cnbi- net ofTieor," that tho Administration has . ' . . advices from Ft. T'iokcns, which ren - ' ler it almost certain that the fort was reinforced some day. a-o by 100 men from tho U. S. steamer lirooUyn. The ; Southern Confederacy has sent nearly1 mum iroops 10 inni point. R nun . ine wnoio lusion ticker, compost,, ol I'cmoerats and Americans, was elect ed in Cincinniti on Monday, by major ities of 2001) and upwards. In St. Lou- is a similar fusion was successful by ! largo majority. ' In Connecticut the Republican Plate! was elected on Monday by an in-jtyof creu.o.l majority. One Democratic j Congressman was elected a Republican los...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 4 April 1861

Matters about Home. sunsuiiirTioN terms. THE II I'HI T, A P W K K K f . V F,VS lpul.lliM very Tlniri-itiv nwrninu nt thr" ntlw - in Smith" Hw, Mdln Mtrfct ,"iimHit the Court 1 1 dunk, on the IdII'iw in 'iriim: Mail Sahnrribflrn ?1 vrnr; A ninnlln.r.'Wnl; ;m.'llttl1,2 r.-liH itt(rtt'htii 'r ! . It 'Nil p.iper nut Inn'T thrin t h tinii (mill f.r. t S 11 In. i i t i m ur ii'itinil wli.-ii t liii ti nn i n a ho tit to ex i i e hy hi H i ii-clon'-l In thn)ii"-r. Town Sahinri born niirlinlinpt hnr ivbocot t !if pip T t Mm I'o-t om.-n or Oflh-n t pit I.I r t f..n ) -fl h yp.ir In a-lv.uiro, $1 -" wilMu iU irt-ui I Iih, PI .i()at the phi I of t ho vi'rir. No 'lovint Inn f nun t hc?u t emm . Job Print iiur M-lTlimitf. niil nil ntlmri wtitilliie CAIlflS, CI HIT. 1.AIU, HASIHIll.I.S, or niiytliliiu elm- in llio way uf J'l-lntitifr, chii lt'tii:ciniittiil,iti'tl on ttlmrt nntlco At tlii offli l. WVhnvn ft (tioil afirt lil'-nt of Type of the nirwt Iimiii 1 1 f 1 1 1 Btrli'B.onoof Lawyer's Ktiit....

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 4 April 1861

Farmer's Department. Farmer's Department. Fruit Trees-their Requisites and a List of Varieties. There re certain rj w1i ties that evtrj Fruit Treo mn. posn te render it! proGUblo; and these, when found com bined in any one tree, (ire generally found ta belontr to every other tree of th.it raricty. Those qualities rc: first, WdincM; neennd, a pood bearer; third, tho-fruit mint be of good quality, fourth, it muit ba fair and sound free from do feota, such in knnttinr-M, scab and bit ter rot; fifth, such varieties as contia ue in use the longest in their season, are tho most desirable. A knowledge of the qualities of different tarieiies of fruits can only be had from experience, and thercforo I desire to present your readers with tho judgment of some of the leading Fruit Growers near Cincin tiati. ns expressed in a report to the "Cincinnati Horticultural Sooiety." "Bust six sorts of apples for family nici. Uenoni. Karlv Harvest, Yellow lMlflower, Maiden's Blush, AVhito Pip pin, Jenitin...

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