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

v. , -i I V , -XI r I l Tff .- r v 1 1 V i y J. L. BOARD MAN, Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXV. Jfamiln oitnt;il gcfaolcir la $htos, politics, literature, gricnlturc, athcls, t. HILLSBOROUGH, ItG.ILiYND COUNTY,. OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7.1801. One Dollar n Year, i1 Strictly in Advance. .- . NUMHUH '28. 7. 1 J Poetry. [For the News. AUTUMN. Tim tunirn.-i" l:ty ro .tt Th IwnulfMin Autumn' cmnn, lint ioon ru1n II. .rem hitlinn Must Will nvivp lif-iiiinl our homo. Kn now ili4iruiilvn tru hnvc nlpM Th vrriliiri- uf tlin trr , Ami mut ihi-lr lovely Mii." ilnwn To rustic in tli I.n-ri.'. t F love tli Autumn 'Tit in-'io ltMiiint fur t iiip TIlMII II). J' Mltlfr 'UHi, No in.-tf t ln n It Ik. Aii'i tliMHuh I luro ti . li-irmiriK Spring, '.',, h nil il t'lfiuri'i fair, cither Nurmur, SpriiiR nor iutur With A 'it u in ii run rnrnit.iro. "i t thru tin- j"1!y Fitrtnrr Ceap- tlto fruit of nil hi toil, Anil utlnTH in hit truiticr Tho prmltii'ti uf tho coil. But new furowHI to Autumn, For 'tw ill ft...

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 November 1861

Dc jiqMnnb Tl'clus. Mr:.-. "Mioxroir. onio. 4 - I '.-v. 7 1CC1 k;,::,.v. ( LATEST NEWS. Vo ImVo news from tlio great nnal eipedition pli -'iiturd;iy night, when H wa clT the rosst of South Carolina, tcrTin for Hull r.,iy, "3 milos from Ctiarlofiton. , Fremont is removed at last. The or-Jf-r reacliod htm nt Springfii'ld last Fatnrdny, nd Grouted tho prcrtc?t indi;nation when it was nude known to tho fiKht ander.ny other commander, and army. Many of tho men threw down rma, declaring they wonld not o .icrrrs ucc area iney wou a reM'ii 3 j lie ucncrai rxertea niiniu u an.iy cxrltemcnt, nnd exhoittd the men return to their duty. before the order for bis removal wn received Gen Fremont was rrc- was receivm, i.en. i rtmonc was pre paring to go out and ntta-'k the whose advance was reported to bo p- proaching, "800 strong. Our troops .i ' m "' i lay on their arms all ni"ht, expecting . 3 an attack, but nothing further occurred, except that fiotnc of cur pickets wcio fired upon. Gens. 1'iieo...

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 November 1861

Matters about Home. .About "I) or "0 volunteers from War ren county, for Col. Tiimliln'i rcpnicnt, rritcd liero on Veilnr:iluy n n 1 Thurs day tnliU last. Tliry wore rittachod to Copt. Conill's company. Ve puMisli in nnollntf pliico n well writtcn commnniMtion, fro in n volun teer who pnrtiripntcd in thu public din ner piven nt Tn jlnrsvillo on M on diy, to Copt. Hill's Mi l Cupt. llollnoik'i" compsnirs. 1'rotn otber aduitcs wc learn tbnt tlie nfTair w:is n very plcnsant one, nnd liibly crciliiablo to tho pntvi ctic citizens of Wbitcouk tp. Their conduct shines out with greater lustre, licn contrasltd with that of their neighbors of Ilanville, whoso shabby treatment of our roMiers in described by our correspondent. . . Lictit. V. i. Cownk, cfCupt. loano'n company, returned home from tlm Kana wha on Friday eveninj lat, in good licalth. Wo learn that ho has resigned Ms commission on account of diss ilisfao tion with the recent regimental appoint ments. Wo learn from the Ohio Slatesman...

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 November 1861

Farmer's Department. Autumn Work. A trrt ( 1 rn L-o ilont worn t'lat i VKiinllj IIi unioii until .priri'', unit llie rnnf'iinfi) i, tlmt mnjr tliiiu-n ro tint tl'.mt t Our t( ri nn art dhort, it ml tlm work of tin garden tli.it in Knj-Urnl it fpt furmeil in the hitter part, fit' IM ruary, oil nf M.irob, April tvl May, it lioro cor denser! into jiiirt .l'Apiil teir) iMiiy, ml is tlierelote not nitmlly wr-ll (In no, for want of time ami the npf8'ary iistnnco. Trro ami nbrub planting cn lo prfirnioJ, in tlm great majority of nnsrn, as well now an in April, if the pronnd ii dntineJ either . naturally or m tid ially. This is tlie rF with nil thoroughly hardy decidu ous plants. Thoso tbnt ar liable to winter kill, nliouM not he trnnplantod until spring, for recently removed trees . r iirurn cnnot withstand the -ffl'urt .tTtho winter wll m when undis turbed. Mnny plants acrid out young . rootlets during the latter part of tho 'full, and vi ft in the winter, an1 thus ' fire icaily to Murl U...

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 November 1861

r.'-.-'.M Will' f! J J. L. DOARDMAN.j Editor andTroptictor. ) Uuttrnal-r-icbolA lottos, politics, .ilcnifurc, . gritnllu'rr, .3Parluls,'; flc. S Ono Dollar a Year; Stticlly in Advance. HILLSBOROUGH HtGIIIANI) COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 11. 18G1. . NUMHKH 29. VOL. XXV. A A ' : A- A T -:S Poetry. THE BATTLE OF BLENHEIM. BY ROBERT SOUTHEY. It wan eumiwr I'vrnin:, Ali'l ln I.Mf'ti.' ft in rnMiiL''' iliir, Yr'nn "in in In t fun; Am! hv fp'-it'-'t on I cri'fh, I In little. i;runl lul'l, W illi. Iminu. Mi nw h-r l.r.itlicr rviiTMn UM MoiTtfMiInu Iiiiv Mii'l ruiitl'l, Win, li Ih l. hl.. tin i iv.ili-t. In jiluyihK tlnTo ftmnilr Shi' t iimi tit it now lint hi' li i'l l"tunl, 1 It. it MiU mi lt i m iiimi h mouth mi I tumid . Old vr l'k It fnm (Ik- lny, Wh.t hKhmI cxvI hy, A nl f li-n t h ild riinn -Itunk liin hoA1, ii'l il It it tint iiml ii;li, "'Tin noinc "r clt"w' -kitll," Fuiid lie, W 1ii Ml in Uh- kh iiI i;hry." "t fln1 tli-m (tt th" trunlcn, ft-r Thfir'B ninny h"iril'itt; Ati't "...

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 November 1861

liii.r.'-jnonounii, onio. ThursiW ;;ov. 11, lcci. LATEST NEWS. GREAT BATTLE IN KENTUCKY! The Rebels Routed with a Loss of 100 Killed and 1000 Prisoners! Ttio Cincinnati Times of TuepJav evening brings us the following dis patches, Riving tlio pratifyiri! inlclli gcneo of a glorious Union Victory in Kentucky: . PARIS, KY., Nov. 12. (Ion. Nclnon met the rebels on FriJaj last at 1'ikevillo, Iike county, Ky., and won a glorious victory. SECOND riSPATCIT. Col. I.abe Mnors attacked (Iip rebels in tlio ronr with .1.P00 men; Col. Mnr r i Scconil Ohio, in front with 000 men. Harris falling; lack, and Monro prrn.Min' forward till tlm enemy wero brought in the mi.I.-it of Gen. Nelson's whol hip; inlc, when our forces pressed them npon all ?i Jos, killing 100, and taking 1,000 prisoners. Tlm balance wero scattered in oil di rections. Tlio Io?a of the FeJumla if small. LEXINGTON, KY., Nov. 12. A courier from Nelson's briado with "lrspntchcs from (en. Thomas, reports fi'liu'n? nt I'ikevillo for t...

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 November 1861

Matters about Home. I.f.ctuuk on Japan and tiif. Japan fkk. Rev. Ir. Hkttf.mik.im, tiino yours lOM'lont mi.-niioniiry in Loo (Mion, and in torprctor to Ilia United States .In pun K ppjil.ion Hinlor Oommoilnio l'oiry, will fivo 1 j i n cx perinnco anl olmcrvalion on Inpnn, on II i ilm ni' Li ' inni, Nov. "Otli, nt 7 o'clock, in tlio Presbyterian Church. A collection will lm t:lcn up a liecturo fee, n n 1 also to dofrny the ex penses. If nrraru'emonlfi cin nftnrw.irtl:! lie inudc, I'r. 15. will ha Imppy to Jelivor Iiin wholo courno in tlio opproacli'uip Lecture season. Return of Mr. Harvey from Cheat Mountain. Our townsinnti, Mr. J. M. Harvey, re turnod on Tuesday niht from his visit to Cheat Mountnin, Vn., wliero ho went in clin.po of tho contributions sent to Cnpt. Hill's compnny, of tho 21th Ohio regiment. Mr. Harvey reached their rnmp with his packages in safety, on tho next Monday uficr hU tleparturn from lictc, mid was joyfully wuluonirJ by tho members of tho company, whom bo fo...

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 November 1861

Farmer's Department. Put Your Buildings in Order. Now in tlio ti no tu vx-" irio nil LuiM in(;i anl ri'wr tl:' m, if tiotwnrj. lio'il's ulinuM Hcri,i !Iy r-' ivn niton lion, find -ill tli l'aki If) . ;T.cu:illj topjieil. . 'i'!.j Y.rwJ fV! . laiim mill Mi'iw at oncn wlicro Outo in a mucked or rtit'-'n lUii"-' '. ,N pniwtl oittf tnnin lon under n "drop" without suf fer ins nuvanly. lUco!!c:t that water li't fall on the In' ad of n human buinp, drop by drop, will in a abort limo be come i u toleruLlo, and is die of tlio iiiui-t nvvro tortured 8vir invoiitoil. Mount lit jour took, tlierifoti', an (for from this cause, Nuit all lonso cluphoiirda at onro. A building with cut loo no hoard if partly in rn'm. Ji Inzn fill windows paprr, worn-out li.ll and app.ir 1 iliti'l look well in rd:n'C of punas anil hrsi.lcn, they pve o li'i'i osci'pt into tlio i li.ir fli:tdr of trm prnprintor of thn Imil linir, fr bin tntiaiil. Uavo cvoijlliiii;j fn ur about all huil.Iin.;i, and lonvo nothing undone...

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 November 1861

A A c, , y i f HI I I: 1 . U I i . A l I . 3 J. L, DOAnDMANJ Editor andPropriclor. ) Januln 21 a u rna I cb jd t cb to tclu$, politics, literature, Agriculture, ffarlicts, fa. S Ono Dollar a Year; ) Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXV. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21. 1801. NUMBER 30. Stf 1 1 VI;, fl J I I j41 : 1 U V .S I l-. . '.S I : Poetry. [For the News. TO OUR VOLUNTEERS. In i liilHu""1 year, wh"ti rmillnj; llbtory'i pnnw, Of KnltiliU ami Heme In t In- 'lny of c.l.l. A'hoo valiant ib-e I m rn enn nml liraim 1 f"f t fin. Am! yrt for many ngn will ba loi'l; Mv rliil ll-h noart, Itli ailniiratluh bentlnei tbnimleil v. illi J"V, w hen men nro-e ll h d Trl-i.i V'hnna worilfi rune out diTuititly, tib h tnci-ting The T.vrunlH of the latnl they Inveil ro wi ll. Hut mint my tlnnii:lit vtnubl lltit;er rmiii'l tin mother, Of Sparta' liirii'Ui lanr), and hf r hraia mn, Wlm vovrcl. by all the tin lllat boiilnl ea. a olhor, 'in oV, mile-, their Liberty van w h. Oil, f.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. — 21 November 1861

uir.Lsnonoucni, oiiio. Thursday, - - - Nov. Zl, 1SC1. LATEST NEWS. The retreat of I'rioo onj his snnj in to Arkanss is confirmed, unil Missouri is once more frca from iho rebel hordes. The moin truly of our srnny is return in to Ft. Louis, tonvin sufficient gar rison at SpringfirM and otlier points to protect tho frontier. Tha expedition down the Mississippi is reported to to getting ready to wove at an early d.iy. Notlnnp of importance Las occurred in Kentucky sin en tiur lust isuo. New regtmnts from Indiana and Illinois aro still poinp over, sod our army must so mi bo readv to ndraneo. Gen. Bucll Las sssumcd tho command. Oen. l,'remont was still at St. Louis at luet accounts. There was a rumor current there lor several days after his return, that ho was to be reinstated in hi command, but it proved groundless, tha official ordor having since appeared, appointing Gun. Ilalleck. Tlio rebel loss at Belmont whs very largo. The Memphis A ppeal confesses that it "will opproximute a tota...

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 November 1861

Matters about Home. Tiianksuivimu Pay". Wo publish in another column tliu (lovcrnor'H procla mation, setting npnrt Thurxbi; vr.rt, Nov. 2StJi, ns n lny (if thnnksirin and prnycr. Thore 1.1 a peculiar propriety in tho oinnrvnnoo of biioIi a day, by the pcoplo of our Slnto at this timo. While other portion of tho country hnva been desolated by war, and the inliulltnntu driven in terror from their home, peace 1ini still (rniilcd upon our borders, and wo have dwelt accuro from danger and iilarm. Certainly this of itself u sntTi- rirnt causo for gratitude to the Groat llulcr of the Universe, had we not en joyed . unnumbered other blessings. The day dhould theroforo bo observed tri h more than ordinary solemnity, by puopondinp; nil business nvocntions, nnd uniting in hcartfult acknowledgments to tho Divine Source- of all our procper ity and socurity. Wo presume the stores and business bouses in town will all be closed during nt leaBt n part of tho day better if they were not to open ot ni...

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 November 1861

Farmer's Department. Farmer's Department. Prepare for Winter. l'rppurn first for th comfort of yonr own lWoaahold, by cloning tip ill llie crcvico in siilo, roofs or cellar wall, t r o ii -j; 1i which th winter wiiuls can wbiHlle, or ttio frnt ercp in. I'rcpure ynnr wife arid children with good atnut jrnrmnnn to rrsiNt tho rotd, and abore nil, don't wit nntil yon nee lliem limp ing about with froaon toe,, gellinsr. th neila, of lifo chilblain, bnraiiee you nr loctod to furniah them in !ion with wintar shots. Nrjrlcot io this particu lar in tint only cruel, but it i rcry un- conomicnl. Prepare alno for th comfortably cbcltering of ercry animal on tha farm. You onnnot afford to winter cattle in fence corner, nor hoerin$ around etaek yard", nor wandoring oyer the farm in pursuit of gtrny leave and warm plnroA. You loo Talneon the onimal, and you lose manure, and it will cost twice a much to feed on it would un der shelter, to keep a herd in fair con dition in cold weather. v7 . , . - i...

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 November 1861

3 . "kY 1 I N, J. Tj. BOAUDI.lAN.j Editor andPropriclor. ) damiljj jaurir;il glclrotcb la Ipclus, politics, literature, gricitllurc, Tarhcts, c- Ono Dollar n Year; ) Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXV. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1801. NUMBER 31. 1 r- xn (01 k f J If rte 1 Hff!' 3 1 Nf ! .J v NX - - Poetry. [For the News. [For the News. A. SOLDIER'S FAREWELL TO HIS MOTHER BY G. H. WILLIAMS. Fnrrivoll, firowdl, my no-tliT tonr 1 Jifn't wcojt fur mo il-n't lOird ono tint- I'll hniTMhr ntnrm I k?mw no ft ar My I'ountry rulli lor in I tluk ! ihn't you henr Hint Imttln-rrj ? Win rails ! ho at Hut O, l-t me tty, And if I f.ill-if ci.Ur.I l"lt ilinf.-r Lit, tty! Tour rninj.:in V iwrct I'll Mkv to itny, 1'nt I WW' tfo don't asli '! lay ; My V iinitry ritll I nnint mh.j I;tiV ! In fiirnin hr cry ! Mil -t I t hi 1, ho, .ll.-o nf Unit wnit ? Mot I in mu t 1 f1ny full, When T'jrmU threat. m aril unil ? No ! I).'tt-T far to dio ( l';iri'w 11, Rwc.-t ni"tlii r, furo 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. — 28 November 1861

nir.r.sBououait, oino. Thnrrlay, - - Nov. 3, 1CC1- V- 1 . LATEST NEWS. There re report in Soutliern pnport of nnother fiht at Fort 1'ickcns, on Saturday and Sunday last, which was alill in proure on Sunday night. It in stated Hint tlie nre liom tue ion naa . . . - . , . . 1 1 burned tho to?n of Warrenton and sot lh navy yard on fire, but the latter was tltinquiflhcd. The retrogrado movement of our ar my from Southwestern M issouri, order ed by Gen. Hunter, is having a disas trous effect, as might have been expect ed. Gen. Price has again turncd.his course northward, and on Thursdny last burnt tho town of Warsaw, on the Oage rivar, to prevent its being oceupied by our troops for winter quarters. The la Ut accouats state that his army was advancing on Sedalin, and wasoipeoted to reach Osceola last Saturday. The Union men in that part of the State are leaving thoir homes as fast, ns possible. All that Fremont had accomplished will have to be dono over again. This is the first fruit 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. — 28 November 1861

Matters about Home. Cor,. Tiumiii.r'h UF.niiur.NT. In con- noquenee of ordrrs from the War Pe ptirtmont for tlio immcdinto filling up of tha rrpinionts now forming in this Stair the County Military Committee last wek ornointcd a porion of nbout 2! 1 1 meetings in various pnrts of the county, for the purposo of filling up Col. Trim ble's regiment. Mont of the meetings w lenrn have been well attcnile.l, onl n number of new volunteers have been obtained, but still tho work docs not go forward ns rnpiilly as it should. About 300 nion aro nil. needed, and half of j 1mt nnmlipr nt lenst oncrht to bo raised i in tho county. It can easily be done, if every citizen will use his influoneo with those who can and should volunteer. Let our patriotic youn;-; men who ptill linger at borne while thousands of tlu ir lrnve young countrymen aro in arms for the defence of the Government remember that this is probably the lant nm-ortunitv thev will have to share in lio filory of putting down the great r...

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 November 1861

Farmer's Department. A Good Collar. W ho wouM not tipproi-'mle iurt crliitr . dcnribpil bolow, cKpecinll j wlirn vnll filled with applon, ciHor, tur nip, potntonn, nnj fpor of good thinpn whit-li every thrifty f'nrnior ruin ri, tn l oin Intra just ns well. as not? Hi). O F. Farmers will soon fill up thoir csllari with .fruit mid r gctalles, to rfltnain diiritiir part or Urn wholi" of tlia win tor. Tline pnrtmtnU should, there fore. la fit it put in prrf-ct ordor Imfbro ....,'.: . .. . i .... .......i . We vittited, no me tima apo, tho rosi denrB of ii fiind, who had Riven an much attention to the Gnuliing and ttr ranginf; of liin cellar as to that of ny other pad of Li house. It wag moie worthy of a riait than thj finost draw ins room, wirh rorwood furniture and Wilton carpet". In the first plnco, thn wullf mo built in tli smoothest and moat pulnlantial manner; th floors were , covered with thn hest water-lime eeincnt, I now na hard a flnginpr, and aa smooth in planed boards; the ce...

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 December 1861

Hi r y I Wh -. IT ;T 111 i rHff H' Or r ;:L ky -. . Czf) J. L. DOAnDMAN.j Editor andProprietor. ) Jfaintlir Jtntrnal gcbicii to Ifcfos, politics, literature, Agriculture, gari.cts, fit. IIILLSIJOHOUGH. IltGItLANT) COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECRMliKR fl. 18G1. i One Dollar a Year; if Strictly in Advance. NUMBER 82. VOL. XXV. Sale of Lauds and To'.va Lots, FORFEITED TO THE 8TATR OF OHIO, l'Oil TIFF, NON-PAYMENT OF TAXKH AT.IST OF LANDS A Nil TOWN LOTS, foi feitel In the I'j'c nf Olil.i Tor t li . linn-rnymelit of Taxes, forwarded tn the Auditor n ollice nf Highland .mil y l.y f ho State Auditor, nnd win. h urn eltnrtre.l with the ,lliii'cut Texts and pen liy, In , ltieh ai, added the Tsxcs f.-r tho year IHi.l, and which said Lands and Town Lois are. 'e.;t In ante uii the 2d Mi'lny of Deom brr ncit, being t)io Dth day ef tho month. . NAMF.S OK TOWN .1 II I P 8 OWN Kill' N A M K S . 5 5 LIIIKIITY. Meek, Fenwick k rni"i"v, looo KAI UKIELD. Holmes Shipley, 1st) lUM'SHCitKKK. AU.'ii. Ivll 10...

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 December 1861

un.r.nououdii, onio. CiturJay, - - - Dec. 7, 1SC1. l N LATEST NEWS. Yesterday's city dailies contain a dis patch from Momphts vin Cairo, staling Hint 3, ODD Union- men under Parson Prownlow whipped a large rebel forco on iho lstinst. at Morriston, Tcno,--"Dully" for Parson If T There are now noarly 100,000 Union h-oops in Kentucky. A ''forward move ment" uiust goon- bo majo in that ftate. The- fact that Hen. MeClellan has made no provision for winter quarters for his army on the Potomac, mutt cer tainly mean that ho intends to winter them eomcwhoro farther South per fcaps in Richmond. No A hva NfE on mr, Potomac. Ion, of tho Haltininro Sun, writes a? follows from Washington: Somo of the newspaper are holding ontthe idea that there is to bo a great battle on the Potomac. But no such thing is within tho compass of proba bility. It is not contemplated o-n either side, so far as is to bo seen. Roth par tios will continue to hold their posi tions, but the theater of activo war is transfe...

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 December 1861

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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 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 5 December 1861

Farmer's Department. Hints for the Season. I. ("Inur op thfl lanci nnd ronh nliont, jonr frm. Don'f 1 t them be block pi) 11 winter with ihor old hied, rails, loj, nd filth pmnrnUj. A good farm r don't nrnl this hint. It ii intentieJ for tha thrifclon ant hIotciiIj, ao tlmy rn thn trry one who never road the Ohio I"rinr, II. IViildint,, choulJ novnr be. point ful in hot or wilt wenthor. The boat tima to paint out buiUin is tit'ier now, or early nnt spring. The paint will itriko in butter and be morn durable. III. Form clubs for tha liiscuhinn of topic connct(nl with tlio farm. These ulionl'l hare Rood ngriculturnl library, and moot, at least, twico each month. Anide from the agricultural information cquired it snob clubs, the social value id y be immense IV. Next t) Farmers' Clubs, tlm best lbin for tha amusrmont nnd instruc tion of a neighborhood, is villnjre Leo- (n..a f!o. ...mi win... J m , ,. 1 1 1 . r. f men to lecture on ao.i. topic. S;,v each week or mnu! h. V. If your full ...

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