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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 5 February 1863

. ' ' , J. L. BOARD MAN,) Editor andProprietor. ) Jfamtlii lattnwIgfblA to Ifclus, politics, ptcraturc, gncnltnre, IParfcels, fa. $1 50 a Year; ) Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5. 1863. NUMBER 41. Poetry. [For the News. Lament for Capt. n'onnffof and loM in Ik Phitnh nnUtf, Afr h d7A, My brother! Oh, my brnthrt To-nlKlit I'm Ion and !. And nothing no can elwr m, Or make mjr heart fwl Klad I Th "fatal nw" kMnwhrf aw. And with ltd withering MIrM Una crmhcd the hope wllliln me - for wher art m to-night T Ah , brother ! id the llillns That lute to me hiivo aped And told m thon'rt ft prlioner, Oraleoplng with the dead I Oh, whim -To rnw" rntonndwl Bcncnth our Northern iky, Than, brother, thou wert ready To flght mid win or die I We dreamed that laurela. brother, Would twine almut thy brow, That fame would gild thy pathway Alae t for inch drrama now I The Impea.that tliiK"d the Future With golden light have fled; Thevlstoni that we ...

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 February 1863

".'.. - . . . u.r HILLSBOROUGH, OHIO. Thursday, Feb. 5, 1863 LATEST NEWS. A raWd foroeof ovsf 1,900 . "lib rtmnry, ttk. ad from the Tsanoesae shore the gunboat New Kra, ly Uf at Island H. I". untSnndeynlKht. The boat prompt ly retarned the flra, and aright ensued, whleta laetol lilt morning, when the rebete withdrew wllhont ffwjtlug their purpose, Thay are anppoecel In belong U rorreal'e gang. Thlr lose In the encounter It not known. A ttn4 of rebels, supposed to be pert of the urn body, at mM fort Pooslson Tuesday morning, and Bjjhllng sma Hill going oa t ftror yesterday afternoon. Boln timmM for lb Culon truopt hare bees MDl op from PtdMkb. Indian apolib, Februarj 2. Ao ar rest of deanrters in Morgan county be ing re.ite4, Col.Carrington, Command Ing tbt Federal forces hern, tent itjuadron of earalrj there on Saturday, fbej were met and fired on by an arm ed mob. The cat airy charged, dispers ed the mob and captured tho deserters 'end aix citiiana. No one was hurt. There Is consid...

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 February 1863

Matters about Home. ' Olo WfATtitti. Sine Monday last w hav Incn eg porif nclng th .overest '-cold term" of the present win ter. On Monday morning, Hie thermometer stood at 1ft Iht aero, and Hi average temporatur of tlio day was aliout 24. It grew colder toward, night, and Monday night was the coldest of the season, ths thermometer on Tuesday morning atdayllght,marklngonly6drgroe bore soro. At noon It wm 14 above, nd at 9 P. M. II, tli average for the day being about 11. Yesterday morning nl only 4 degree warmer than tht day before, tlio meroiiry standing al 10 at daylight. WVotom of Illlliiboro School District, read ths Im portatit Notice of tlio Board of Education. TM 0th 0...O ltKO.-r.NT was transferred la.1 week j It. . V.n.uV. ,o (Inn It nef-r. O.' rlf liar ImeO t They rrlvod at Louisville on Tliuniday night, and It supposed would go from tbero to NmIitiiio. Th I'aymaster ai-compenieu mo logiincii. uow i. i i.ci t and paid tho boys up to the 1st of January th first pay they had...

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 February 1863

Farmer's Department. Farmer's Department. [From the American Agriculturist. Maple Sugar. Thi. product, which, ifproperly tatie, tlwajt command good price nd radj ale, will this yef be eopectallj tiu ble, owing to the high cost of eferj kind ofeweetening. Tboee having even ftw treoa, wilt do well to make the most of them, by commencing to lap aa oon aa the aep will flow. In many lo ealitiea a large run may be had the lat in part of the present month, unles. the Winter ehonld bo protraoted un eaaonably. Immediate preparation ahould bo made for tho work, particularly where fhere is ft large gar grove In euch caaca it will doubtless pay to procure onejof tie evaporator intended for Sor ghum ayrup, but which are equally fit tod for aap boiling. Cook'a is certainly good. It waa used in ti way to some extent last year, with entire satisfaction. Samples of.ogar and syrup made with U received at the Agriculturist offico, were of the very finest quality. (See advertisement in Jan. No.) Shallo...

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 February 1863

J. L. BOARD MAN.J ; Editor andProprielor. ) ianulu $wml--r$Mito : ta jjfebsV f olifics, JKferniure, grrculturc, (arhefs, v fo. t 51 50 a Year; 1 ) Strictly in Advance. , VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH, IirGIILA.NI) COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, 'FEBRUARY ' 12, NUMBER 42. Poetry. The Fisherman of Beaufort. BY MAN FRANCES D. GAGE. f he f in ome op, nd fW fW goea dnn. And Mill the Rabcrman'l boat, ' At early dawn, and at crmlDg ahulr, la eror and trr afloat. -III! net im down, and hi net comet tip, And we hear hla tone; of glee, 1 "rirflahea de? hateade old elara nita, , . But oooim to da nt ol free," .' Tlio tidoooiuea up, and the tirt goes down, ' ' And the oyeter nan below Il plrklngatray, In the all my miila, i In the (and of long ago. But now If an empty hand he txiara, . . ' rile (liad'lon n mora with frar, , , Tliera'i no ;atecbinj;-board for the aching bunrt ' " And no laah of the orerecor. , . - i - , . Tun Mil" cornea np and the tide gone down , And over I hear a ong, , A the moaning wlud...

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 February 1863

tnit, "blessing should bo spread, like ths religion of our Dirina Msster, to the altcrinost ends of the earth," roars of lanr-hier; a war for the spread of those "blcssinge," not as "the religion of our Divine Master" goce forth, on the wings of a dote, bearing "peace on earth and Hood will toward men," but as that of a False Piophet, with Intoleranoo, wrath, fire and sword; a war, in one word, of human Slavery, as a dominant and ag gressive power, against human freedom as a bulwark of human rights of Af riesnisod Americans against American ised Americana immense applause of a proud, eonceitcd and ferocious ar istoeraoy against tub pkopi.s here, and against all people everywhere, that would.bo Tree. Ureat appiause.j 1 And it is not a'waf o f to-day merely. It has already ' borne fruits which, for pood or for ill, will never die. Were it terminated this hour, its influence must reach onward into tlm urioiplored future,' Meting "or oursing, freeing or cnslavinir. brightening or darken...

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 February 1863

Matters about Home. Matters about Home. U. S. Sanitary Commission-Appeal for Aid. We are Ij tho city papers that the Western branch of this bcnefolent and denerviog Institution has nearly ex hausted its funds in providing for the numerous wants of our sick and wound ed soldiers at Murfrconboro, Nashville, Vicksburg and elsewhere. The officer a appeal to tho various Soldier's Aid So. cictics throughout tho country, and to individuals, for furthor contributions of money and articles needed. Shall not their appeal be responded to? Lot united and vigorous effort be made at once, and great good will result. A Good Example. The "Soldier's Relief Circle" of New Petersburg and vicinity has set a good example for other similar organisations throughout our' county, by deciding togivoan Entertainment in commemo ration of Washington's Birthday, and for the purpose of replenishing tho funds of the Society. As tho 22d fulls on Sunday, the cntcrtoinmcnt will be given on the Friday Evening previous...

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 February 1863

Farmer's Department. Farmer's Department. Agricultural. ,tr,J. E. D. Mant-field, q , Coujuii8i.ionr orT5Rnrht1 liVfcifttAhilirg Rtport, givei tba following intrre.ting fuete: worth at tri principal market, moro lli an tny . en 'ple of agriculture or amounting to over $200,000,000. " e20,"0OO,OOO.'t" " t .e-iQluo'w product f animals is about as follow: Horses, 623,746; Cattle, 1, 1t9J5Ji StiMp, ",003,887; ; SrVtne, 2, Z.17S,623. Agrtgntc, 7,52:1,1 OS. i j Sorghum IntrorJnoed sif ycnrs :-, has become an important crop in Ohio. . v-Tlijrrp ,folnct in Ohio thitycar is nearly 3,000,000 gallons, 'quite on fifth of tho amount produectj from the 'n?.t;nVn1. ": r-VWi. Montgomery countj, 811,000 sullen, Warren, 60,000; Clark, .13,000; Cham rMSi ytd.JLluyo,,cr ,15,W0; and Tits- """Oiir ttinptr ft ii gar lstock laworth 524,- ooo. ' "' 250a000 pound, 4,000,000 of which is produce! in Monroe county. The tffeate yalno pf the Ohio orop V 6.000 bushel, at market rates in Cincinnati, amounts to 8225,...

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 February 1863

- , ' ' . ' JfainiliT laitnml gchntti ta lclu5, 3oItticst tfcrafurc Agriculture, JXarhcfs, ic; J. L. BOARDMAN,) Editor andProprietor. ) $1 50 a Year; ) Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THUltSDAY, rEBRUAHY 10. 18C3. . NUMBER, 43. Poetry. [For the News. Thoughts on the Season. BY GRANVILLE. Winter It hire! and the mow-whlte flcldt Shlrcr while fanned y M try nrenthl Iter cliildren ilgh while Nature yleldi And It Ifil through tli ralli-y, to typio ol death. We know the'll bant tlieitrnimMtori erelong, And.rialiiK Irom iltcp, with Infant glee, Will laugh In nil her broukt, and with long Will clothe in green each waiting tree. Tel ttlll we feel her tllent gloom; Wo long to too her tniiloi ngalhi Wo ilgh to think 'tli bor'e, the diwm To mffor, io oft, Potth'i piercing paint We ilgh. Tot wo"re Witt wit'i tlnie to (Me. Our parlor li warm thli cold winter night; We bare nothing to do but to dream; and we drink Again of the Joyt Time took in hii night. Back...

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 February 1863

HitiLaBououan, onio. i ' . Thursday, . . Feb. 19, 18G3 LATEST NEWS. ' We hae lator oewa from Viclaburg. Tbo health of the army is to be im proving, the sickness now being mostly confined to Sherman's eld army. Our troops nro busy with the spsdo, not in erecting fortifioatioiia, but digging ca nals, In addition to tbo canal across the peninsula, a channel is now being worked, from Lake Vtotridonce to Red lUter, and thenco 1o the Mississippi rirer. This is being resisted by tho enomy, but in tho several skirmishes which bare taken place they bao been whipped. Kfforts are also boing made to got into the rear of Vicksburg, so as to draw tho onemy out of their strong holds. It is quite probable that the en emy will bo attacked about tho 22d. The Rebels are busy in both Missisaip pi aod Louisiana. All men in both States ablo t carry a musket are forced ioto the service. An officer of Grant's army reports our forces in full strength around Vicks burg, and work on the canal making eatisfact...

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 February 1863

Matters about Home. Celebration Celebration--OF-- WASHINGTON BIRTII-D1V! At the 22doomoi on Bunday, there will be a mooting of the Unconditional Union men of Highland County, on Saturday, February 21st, 1863. at 12 o'cloek, M., In Ilillsboro. Tho IlilUboro Cornet Band will en liven the proceedings with National and patriotio aire. Washington's Farewell Addross will be read. Speeches by Okm. Oolesby, of III., Col. Wm. H.Trimbi.b, Jndgo Sloane, John A. Smith, Kr-q., and others. In this hour of our Country's trial, when all we hold dear as a peoplo is in peril, it becomes us to listen to tho teachings of the Father of bis Coun try, and confer together as pntriots. The Ladies, ever patriotio "and Union-loving, aro invited to attend. Court is still in session. Tho cose f (be State vs. Fallis, Black, Dillon, Ilarwood, andNevin, indioted for riot, and committing an assault upon A. V. Evans, was tried on Monday last, and resulted in a verdict of Not Guilty. Nevif), oe of the defendants, was...

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 February 1863

Farmer's Department. Smut in Wheat. Smut in Wheat. FRANKFORT, KY., Jan. 19. 1863. Jim. L. J. Bradford, lrcttfeni of the Kentucky Slate Agricultural Society) T)KAK Sir: ! answer o n inquiry fnida b too concerning diseases" '6f wheat, Ac, I enoloae my eipericnco, af ter investigating trio cause of rust and taunt in wheat in thin UlitnJo. I have time only to give you a few practical hin't and observations; if yott think well of them yoa may use them in any way you think proper. Having made experiment with many varieties of bearded and beardless sorts of wheat, I succeeded best with a hoard ed variety familiarly known as M.diter ranean, and oue of the smooth head or beardless variety called Canada white wheat, having a doep purple stalk. ITust and smut in wheat are attributa ble to causes about which there is a groat diversity of opinion, even with practical farmers of the present day. The rust is not common in dry, hot, clear seasons, but when the Spring is wet, the finest fields of wh...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 26 February 1863

J. L. BOARD MAN,? Editor andProprietor. S Jfnnulir louriiitl DtbielK to $fcfos, politics, fifcntture, jgriotltaw, Iflarftefs, c. $1 50 ft Tear; Strictly in Advance VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26. 1863. NUMBER '44. Poetry. [For the News. A Wreath of Love —To J. M. A. BY LILLIE LELLFORD. Biet lady, on tills tranqnlt cti - 1 twine my wreath of low for theej Affectlon'i leerea and ffnwert I treat Into strain of poesy. Aflcept It, then; a fairer ota Wn never yet by mortal Rlrvn; For T.ore, though kwi In human heart. Orlglnatod Ant in Heaven. But sunbeam smiles from Heat'n have itict; Bright rayt that earth-worint cannot bar; Iore dew-drops morn and eve descend From 01, and breath met fragrance far. And oil I doar friend, Mil a garland-wreath Contains among ill bndi a prayor. That than and he in whom thy soul Una garnered np Its life of care,, Haybnlld npon tho heavenly rock, That will defend from every blaat; A refuge tare from doubt and ttorm, An a...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 26 February 1863

Hillsborough, onio. Thursday,: . . Feb. 23, 18C3 LATEST NEWS. Ther it no war news of importance from any point since our list. There are rumors of a new rebel raid into Ky. but il (is prolably a small afTair. Tho conaoiiption act has not jot passed tho Ilonso. Col. Gilbert, of ihe 44th OUio, military commander at Frankfort, Ky , oispersed a "Copperhead"-Democrotic Seocah Convention in that city last week. Good for Col. G.! He is just "the right mnn in tho right plsoe." , - TheQueen of the West, aftor running lie blockade at Vickhsorgo, ran down the T Mississippi, and cnptnreJ threj Confederate eteamers, two laden with stores for the rebel army, and the other ftareing on board 60 ' passengers, who were paroled, except seven cominupion d officers of the rebel army. General IIookkr recontly sWted to .New Jersey Chaplain that he had unlimited power, no restrictions what ever embarrassing his operations. "I have men enough," he said to the Chaplain aforesaid, to whip tho rebels in front,...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 26 February 1863

Matters about Home. April Election. R. B.ALI,r,Vwl1lhiml,rortHforMr.liiilnflTni.. Imrn and ''unstable of Liberty Tcrnahlp, (it tha en.tilng MANY CITIZENS. Dr. Lewis's Panorama of the War. Evirtbodt, young and old, go and see Dr. Lewis's Dissolving Viows of tho W.. TIITa VVPMtVfl TI.....J. consisting of Panoramio scenes of strik- f n ....I. C al,. T7.1..1i:. frig events of tho Rebellion. Dr. Lewis donates half of the pro ceeds to the needy families of soldiers. Tho paintings are well executed, and all who attend will be well paid by see ing them, besides having the satisfaction of contributing to a most worthy ob-jeot. Dr. Lewis's Panorama of the War. The Meeting on Saturday-Eloquent Speech by Gen. Oglesby, of Ills. The meeting of the Unconditional Union men, held on Saturday last, was Tcry largo, filling the Methodist church to Its utmost capacity, tho Court Hoaso being found entirely too small to hold half the people. . Jab. II. Thompson, Esq. presided. Washington, s Farewell Addre...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 26 February 1863

Farmer's Department. [From the N. Y. Commercial Advertiser. The Flax Culture. It In time that th attention of onr agricultural population waa mora full j I tarried to tho caUiation of flax than it ppari to bava yet baoo. Tbat artlolo new Bella at full ona hundred por cent, above what it commanded twelve months ago. There can be no donbt that extraordinary prices will prevail for year to come, if it were for no other reason than the cotton famine. Admit tbat the three millions of bales alleged to be stored np at the Sontb were avail able,, the market for dry goods has p been so depleted of late tbat the whole could be manaraotared within nil months, and the fabrics made from it be disposed of at fair rrioes. After r this the prospeot is not "tbo deluge," bat a farther drought. The South pro daoed only about ono million of bales last year, and will probably grow less during that on which we have entered, so Utterly disorganized is its labor, and so urgent is the demand for bread to su...

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 March 1863

J. L. BOARD MAN J Editor andProprietor. ) & JfitmilH lounr.-tl Dcbolfl) -pis, ,' $ olitics, 'f iterate, Agriculture, . ntitts, V fc. tt; 91 60 a Tear; Strictly In Advance? VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH; IirGIILA.NI) COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 5. '. 186-3. NUMBER 45. Poetry. [For the News. Friendship. Friendship! anam to mortal dear; A nam that doth our spirits chMt; Oh, may It mwmon grow Mr, ! , . But brlgUUr bloom; Oh, Buy rUbrlghtnm n'er ducav, . Bat thin with mor brllllaot ray, ' . ' Until w (ball bar rMt away ' -Dsvond tb tomb. Friendship! th charmer of the mlqd; Moat prMlout gem to til mankind; Would that w might ever find '. J Tro frlnilorarth. Oh, wher I gold' almighty power? It wither! Ilka the autumn flower; Tru friendship ii for oi dower , Of greater worth, For when misfortune o'er a bend. When Fete to us eonie torrow scuds, Tli then we reel the need of friend ' ' To elieer oar we;; Then bleet le he who wiidora know, And who on Friendship' elirlne bestuwi A imlle to cheer...

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 March 1863

niXiLSBOBOuan, onio Thursday, March 0. 1863. LATEST NEWS. Rumored Evacuation of Vicksburg by the Rebels-Six Gunboats Gone Through Yazoo Pass. Cairo, Maroh . 3. The Memphis Bulletin of Saturday ssys 1 report confidently believed in well in. fOruiea circle uvnvw, ne u-j uuu, ere evseottiog Vicksburg. ' The ' gnoboat Csrondelet and five then are reported it having reheJ Tellahatehee river bj way of Yatoo TaM. Reports are aakill favorable from Lake Frovidenoe. ' . . The Indianola Captured by the Rebels. els. "U.S. Mississippi SQOArtRiif, "Febraarj 27, vie Memphis March 1. J "Hon. Gideon Wellt, Secretary of Navy: "Sin: I regret to inform you that the Iodianola hat also felleo ioto the bands of the enemy. Tho rams Webb and Qaeen of tho West attacked her twenty fire miles from here and raromed.herluo til she surrendered; all of which can be traoed to a non compliance with my in stroctions. I do not know the purlieu lars: ("Signed,) D. PORTER, "Commanding." A sharp eavalry fight, resulting ...

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 March 1863

Matters about Home. m. . .1.. ' GRAND UNION RALLY! At Hillsborough, O., Saturday, March 21. The Unconditional Union chirene of Highland tbose wfco, without regard to party, are in favor of upholding the Governmcct, and a vigorous prosecution of the war as the only way to an honor ble peace-are inviud to meet in II.Us boro on the day above named, to give inm nf nublic af- exproesion 10 v" -"- r ftira, and rcapond to the patriotic appeal of the Ohio soldiers in the field. Gm. S. V. CARY, and noN. HENRY STAN BERRY, of Cincinnati, and JOB E. STEVENSON, Esq., of Chillioothe, have been invited to address the meet i .A ibCr eood speaker will be !.ni. Let us have a grand rally of the patriotio people of .11 gc " ... and .bow to the world that -OK iti.Kl.nd" i. still loyl o tno Govern t .rl .ill stand by bor brave sons -ho are far from their homes, fighting the battles of thoir country. By order of the UNION EX. COMMITTEE. Union The ?' Unconditional .... t r -P it.l. tnwniliiD!will meet in ....

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 March 1863

Farmer's Department. Sheep Husbandry In Vermont. Wtflndlo enf excliang wUJiOn. rodit, th followiog faoU in reUtlon to neep fcoibtaJry iVermont, , i) lil in thii important branch of bnibaodrj, aba still continue! to hold th reputation gained atjthe conjmenoe. neat of th enterprise, and no other Stat baa better aheep or realize larger profit. We belUrd there are a few farmer in the Stat who keep flocks of more than a thousand head, but the average of the farmera will no xoeed 500. The average yield of woot it about five pound, but there are initancei where from fifteen t o twenty fire pound have been eheared from a tingle aheep. The average price of good Spanish Merino ewes, estimating them by the flocks, ie from6 to $3 per bead. The very best for breed in-? re aold at much higher prices. Edwin Hammond, President of the Vermont State Agricultural Society, aold a two year old buck, to California sheep breeder"," few years .nee for f 1, 000. This is the highest price that any have been ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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