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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 16 April 1863

J. L. BOARDMAN.J Editor andProprletor. ), Jfmralir Journal---cMA to $lehs, JoIitks, f ttcniturc : grieiiltiin, larhtls, fa. S SI 50 a Year; ( ). Strictly InAdDce. VOL. XXVI. , IIILLSBOROU.GH; HIGHLAND , COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDA Y, APRIL 1 6, . 1863. , . ' NUMBER ol; Poetry. The Color Sergeant. BY A. D. F. RANDOLPH. I . t Ton mr that In eeerv battle1 ' . v Ho soldier M braver than he, An alert t" r"nr ,ne '"tile, He carrleil Ilia flag of thefreei . I kno, alii I knew, he'd ne'er falter, leould trout hlen, the diiitfnl lojr. My Robert wti wllfhl bat Waller, Dear Walter, waa aver Jrj. f ' ' Anil If he wm trne to his mother, ln yon think he his trout wonld betray, And five ap hie plane to another. ! . t Or torn Irom she danger away? lie knew whllealar bo wae straying, Ite felt In the thick of the fluht, , , , That Hi home hie poor mother was praying t for him, and the cause of the right! Tell me, eomre.de, who saw him when dying, ' Wliut he eaid, what he did, If you u; On the fteld, in hl ...

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. — 16 April 1863

niLLSBORouan, onio Thursday, April 13,1863. LATEST NEWS. The ftews by the oitj pspers of ta daj, (Wednssdsj,) states that tha at taok on Charleston had as! bitn re newed up to the 11th, when the iteam-. t Arago passed that port. It is stated 'at the attack will be renewed soon, nd that onr nsTal offiocrs ara confident ' success. Gen. Foster, with some 3000 men, is emmed in at Washington, N. C, bj aeh superior rebel force. He is well . irtified, and reinforcemonts bars ben snt to him, but it is not known wheth r they hats reached bin. , There is nothing of special impor ince from Vicksbnrg, Tennessee or lastern Virginia. 'ispafch from Admiral Dupont--' Fnll Particulars of tho Attack on' Charleston- , . WabiiisotoS, April 12. The steam- r Flambeau arrived here this afternoon with dispatches from Admiral Dupont to the Government. ' Tho reports from the several commsn ders- had not been received up to the timo of the departuro of the Flambeau, Wednesday night. From other than official s...

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. — 16 April 1863

Matters about Home. 4 a 99 Subaerlbert rrealvlnf their paper' with n "X" marked orpo.lt, their name., will nnd.ratand that tha tlma for which they have paid hu expired. National Fast Day. Ths President haying issued lis proclamation; recommending the ob servance of Thurtday, April 30th, M a National Fast Day, divine service will be held on thatday injtne M. E. Churoh. Tha pastors and congregations of the ariova Frotatstant churches will unite in tha exercises. We pre a me that business wilt be generally impended daring the day. ' Another Union Victory. Tha Union men of Hillsboro School District elected Wm. C. Barry and Jas. S. Murphy members of the Board of Education, on Tuesday last, by majori ties of 41 and 43, respectively. The "Butternuts nominated a ticket and plaoed one Union man apon it, without consulting him, but the people would not swallow the pill, though sugar-coated. ,i The weather has been quite cool sinco the first of the preset, month, and gar dening and farming ope...

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. — 16 April 1863

Farmer's Department. [From the Ohio Farmer. Cotton Seed. TVrongh tha Hon. A. G. Riddlr we ttre reoeireJ from tbe Department of Agtioultura limited ipplj f North Carolina Cotton Ooed. wbicb we inau be pleased to furnish, aa far ai it goes. to the readera of the Ohio Farmer. Northern Ohio is kejond the line of sroOtahle cotton culture; but the trial might be made ta the central and south er part with better proepect of iuccese. .The card tooompanjing this seed eayi that a light alluvial soil, with a South em expoture, is , best adapted to its errowth: A correspondent writes that "the culture is simple. Aim eat eerj one knows bow to raise broom oorn. Cotton is raised in a very similar man ner; that is, the field is to be well plow ed, and made mellow and free from lumps, thrown into ridges three feet apart, when they are slightly opened with a smalt plow, and the seed drilled at the rate of bushel or a bushel and a half to the acre. Tbe stalks should not be nearer to each other than 8 ...

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. — 23 April 1863

I j , J. L. DOARDMAN,! Editar andProprietor. ) VOL. XXVI. i Jamtfir loirntitl Mtli to HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 23. 1803. $elus, c$0lttics, ftfentlttK, Agriculture, parktfs, fa. 91 50 a Year? Strictly in Advance. NUMBER 52. Poetry. The Defenders. The Defenders. BY THOMAS BUCHANAN READ. Onr flg on the land ami nnr fli on the ocean, An angel of dphco wheresoever It (toes ) jfohly susielm-d ly Columbia s dtvotlon, 1 lie angel of death H ehnll be to our fowl Trim ui li nmln ik;, Still shell our tnglt 11, Casting his sentinel glands afar i . Tn(.i;h benilne: the olive branch, . . - ami in hutaiona etun"h . r Orplng the bolts of the thunders of wr I ,. - llnrk to the sound 1 there's fte on our border, A f"e strldliiR on to the Riiir r his doom; I Freeuu-n are rlalnn end nmrchinfc In order, Leaving the plow, ml the anvil end loom I .. ., llust dims the harvest sheen Ofreythe end of eli-klre keen ; The e elocpii In prece hy llie tree It would star ; Veterans and y...

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. — 23 April 1863

a. . r..:..- uiLLSBonouon, onio April 23, 1863. Thursday, LATEST NEWS. A U. S. soldier was shot desd by i 'rornerhesd" 1n Brown oounty. Ind Isst Saturday. The Copperheads also broVe op a Union meeting at Danville, Ind. Troops bsve j - - - . , ... tn iha rfthallinns districts, and at last accounts several arrtits bad been rand, end all ws quiet. Gen. Carrinjr m Vtam tmmnmA an orrlar declaring all IVU icy numbers of the Knights of the Golden Circle enemies of the Government, and that ihev shall be treated aceordingly. it ia believed tbat Gen. HooWs hnla armv ia in moion, and that lm- pcrtant es may soon be locked for froro that quarter, On the flih Col. Daaiels, with 180 colored troops, went to Pascegoula, Mips., and captured the plnco It was subsequently attacked by 300 Rebel cavalry and a company of infantry. 20 rebols were killed, and a large number wounded. I The rebels retreated, leaving their colors behind. The enemy brought down large reinforcements, and Daniels returned to Shi...

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. — 23 April 1863

Matters about Home. Bnlwerlhtrn rtcoltlng thalr papr with an "X" marked oppntltt thtlr name-,, will itmtanitaml that tha Mm for which tha, hava paid ha. expired. Fast Day. Sermon t 11 o'clock A. M. At M. E. church, Thursday, April 30. Business will of coorss bo nuspendod. d . . t&'Tht ntzt regular meeting of the Union League will bo held Tuesday eToninfr next, 23th Inst. A full ntton diince of the members is rcquosted, as business of imporlanco will bo brought up. ' , it,-, . . . -We had the pleasure of meeting Lt. Col. Jame.i FT. Rothrock, of the 35th lows infantry, in our town on Tuesday Inst. He is recovering from a very se vere nttnek of Typhoid Fever, followed by Erysipolas, with which he was attack ed last winter at Cnirn. He went into tho service last fall, from Cedar county, Town, where he then resided, at Tipton. ITo Uft. here yeiUrdny morning to re join his regiment. In common with his numerous old friends In this county, we wish him a speedy restoration to health and ...

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. — 23 April 1863

Farmer's Department Moon Influence Notions. Th ool!etloo of "moo notloni" ) low wcrt iat to FhiUdelphU papr l7 writr who uk fnUreit lo uoh nittcro. Thty oro InUreiting from f6t tbtt thousands plc implioit reli n on tfto iofloenoet mppoed to b zorciiad by tho moon on mundane af fairs: Root Crop should b planted io the dark of the noon. All aoH of vegetable!, treee and nlanta dsigoed to grow figorouely, hould be planted in tho new or light 01 ibe mooo. AH eropi that prodooo their jiold bow the anrfaeo of the ground should Via nlintaJ in the new or lieht of the moon while those that produoe theirs in the ground should be plaotod when the uoon ia on the wbca. . Beans should be planted at the fall of the moon, and lentels at the time of the new moon. All sorts of trees should le grafted grid pruned during the Increase of - the moon's llzht. ' If the fruit trees tlosoro jn or du ring the dark of the moon we will hato but few or no apples, peaches, cherries, pears, Ac, but plenty, if such ...

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. — 30 April 1863

J. L. BOARDMAN.J EditorandProprietor. ) vl Jfmnilg onraI gfiDitli lo plus, olitics, ' filcrafure, Agriculture, $$arlds, c. , 91 50 a Tear; Strictly in Advance. vol. xxvir. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND .COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 30. I8G3 NUMBER 1. Poetry. Kingdom's Coming. Bay. darklea, hah you aen ole wmi, Vld lis iiiufr-tnrha on hl luce, 00 Inngderoed anmetlme dlf mornlu' Like he wlne to leab do pined H rimke way upderlhher, Where de Llnknm gnn-boata lay, II look hla hat anil left berry eudden, And I apec' he'a ran awny. Chohvi: Old maaaa run. hal ha! Da rturkloa etay, ho! hot . It mint ba uow da kingdom') coming, la da year ob Jubilor Ha'ialx fnet one way , tww feet (odder. And he wetprhtphree hiimired pound, Bit coat to big ha conldn'1 pay da tailor, And It wouldn't (to half way ronnd. Be drilled an oiuch day oalled him cap'n, And he'a got ao dreadful tanned, 1 epec' ha'll try and fool dem Yankeoi, TlUdcy tink klia contraband. Chorea: Old maaaa. run, Ac. . De darklea feel ao loneao...

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. — 30 April 1863

axLLsBOROUon, onio Thartiay, April 30. 18G3. ..... . 4 JT LATEST NEWS. CHEERING WAR NEWS! Great Union Victory in Louisiana— Rebels Repulsed with Severe Loss in Missouri-- Tennessee and Virginia. T Ws bare glorioas news torn Gen. Hs'nkV department? (n Louisiana7. Part "of hit' forcoa, under Col. Kimball,' 53d Mass., stormed the rebel works at Beth el Place, an the morning of the 14th'. Oeneral We It sol's Division followed, saeeeedod by ths w hols line.' Oar army then marched through Pat teraonvillo, skirmishing con tin noiuly, and reached Franklin on the 15th. At Franklin the steamer Cornle was cap tored, with three offiaers of tho lata 'gunboat Diana on board, thus restor log loam to our service. The rebels ' also destroyed ten stesmboats to pre Vent tneir falling Into bur bands, and two large gunboats and the Diana. In eluded in the deitruotion of these boats ' were immense stores of provisions and Important captures of horses, mules 'and beef cattle, to the amount ef I.OOOi wr.rt...

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. — 30 April 1863

Matters about Home. "X." Subscribers receiving their papers with an "X" marked opposite their names, will understand that the time for which they have paid has expired. Hillsboro Cemetery Association. Tli member of the HHMmr Ccme tsry Assootation sre requested to moot tt the Offioo of Win. S.iott. Est,..' ot 2 o'clock P. M. on Saturday, May 2d, for 1be purpose of electing officers for' tlio ensuing . year, and the transaction of other business. - the F. EVANS, President. ' Fast Dat Tu day ii the National Fast-day. proclaimed by Ilia Piosi.lent. Sermon at the M. K. Church at 11 A. M. Business, we presume, will b generally irapended during the day. This region baa been visited with fine prowing raini aince Monday last, which will bring forwnrd vegetation rapidly. The down train on our road last of Monday was detained over six hours at Russell's Station, by the bursting of Has in the engine. The Company is ought to keep a sparo engine at this rol-huntors place, in resorvo for such acci...

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. — 30 April 1863

Farmer's Department. Wool Growers' Convention--Shearing Sheep Without Washing The Ohio Firmer of the 18th pub liahea the proceedings of the Wool Grower' Con Ten tion held in Cleveland en the 15th, from which we eitrael the followinjr. The Business Committer reported three proputitions for discussion, ti: 1. Ii it expedient for wool grower to their sheep without washing, consid ering the iotertitof themeuufneturer the wool grower. 2. What would be the difference io weirht freDorallr. between u freshed wool end wool washed in the usual man ner? ; 3. What ie the beet' method of mar keting wool? A desultory disoossion arose upon Sese propositions, the weight of whioh as, 1st. It is highfj desirable for oel growers to dispenso with washing 'ieep, and they aro determined to do t as soon as they can secure from the tanufactorers a just system of discount ir the difference between washed and owaehed wool. 2d. The aetaal difference between ool shorn without washing and that ashed in the usua...

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 May 1863

i i ' 1 I !' ; ti!; !i , J, L. BOARD MAN,? .; . EditorftndProprietor. S dninilg, aunml--D(ljDlcy' io )oIilb; literature,, gnculfurc $Parf.ds,' &t. f 91 50 a Year;, ?, r ' Strictly In Advance, i hi! Mil! i lii- .-1 ' " f ; ,-., vt ! voi xxvir. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 7. I860. '..;XUAIliEH:2.. Poetry. The Night before the Battle. Vlirht darkly full arrona ths wot, The cannon's flash along yon crot, Awl battlfl's roar Itava cam1: ' Th nlwmr clouds hang lilark and low,, , . . tf , And yundur motintnln sovms to throw A shadow o'er our rut. Titers ltm our anlfon rtdiel foe, Wlilli hre ton thousand Freemen V-now That mnrn shall wn(in with din Of hattle furious, to tall Thosa wicked lionlon how swift end well Tlio arm of right shall win. ITow many hearts heat alow and atiil '1. That Sunn shall lend tho ginhlpg rill To swell Ilia dreadful tide i.. Of war's rod stream, now rushing faat 1'roni vountlosa bosoms, torn aghast i To ft-ad traitor pride? , , ' " T.ona:...

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 May 1863

of it United State, duty of one and m half par aanl. will he levied. Citisena of th United State, resi ding abroad, and net in tt employment f th Government of the United Statet, will be suljeet to a duty of fire per cent a the iocomt or any property, eecuri tiat, or atooka ' owned la the United 6tatea, and not exempted from the in come tax: Pnvtded, Aotwtwr, That opon inooue derired froraintereet upon note, bonds, or ether seenritic of the United 8tatoe, a doty of one and a half per cent, will be levied. Everv farmer or planter will be re- 9 ejaired to make retnrn of the value of the prodaoe of hie farm or plantation, without deduction for the labor or eer ioe of himielf and hia family, or for any portion of each produce eonaumed by himself and family. , Tho : following deduction will be made from the aggregate income of eaeh person, and the tat aasesied opon the remainder, via: State and local taxee attested in the calendar year precediogthie aaeetsment, to wit: from January 1, lS...

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 May 1863

Matters about -jmnt. rrnldnl helf paper! wim an --.a. Subscriber marked oppo.ll. their names, will understand that tha tin for which they hm P'l naa expired. MOB IN DAYTON-THE JOURNAL OFFICE AND OTHER BUILDINGS BURNED! By to-day' (WednMday'n) Daily pa pen wt learn that a mob of Vallandiff hnva't friend in Dayton last ni;hl mob had and sat firs to th Journal ! office (tbt Union paper,) cut tha hose and ra aistad the efforts of the fireman to ex tinguish tha flame. Tha Journal of fioe and several adjoining building ware consumed, and the Phillip House waa io great danger, but wa saved. Troop were sent for to. Cincinnati and Columbus, and 300 arrived about 10 o'olock, and succeeded in restoring or dor. Tho greatest excitement prevailed Vallandigham Arrested. This notorious rebel syropathiier was arrested at his residanoo in Dayton on Tuesday morning, between 2 and 3 o'clock, by a squad of U. S. soldier tent from Cinoinabti for tho purpose by a special train. The arrest was made by orde...

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 May 1863

Farmer's Department Meeting of State Board. A full meeting '"of tb Ohio Stale Board of Agrioultute wai held at the Aogi.r House, In (hit city, on Toesdaj ad WeJncadtj of tbia week. Jhe principal boiineas transaoted, wat a re tiiion of the rremlum Lit! for tho oext State Fair, fixing the time for the atmo, and the appointment of judges apen the Cvrraf classca of artiolea for which pro wiuni are offered. In the revision of the promiana list, considerable change! and additions were made In tho Sheep Department, and also . So the Department of Flowers, a full de tail of which we abatl publish in tho Ohio Farmer next week. The time for holding the next Ohio &Utc Fair wse Cxod for the 15th, ICth, 17th, and 18th days of September, and the place, the oitj of Cleveland, upon the grounds occupied for the eame pur pose last year, upon which the fixtures I are now standing, all In excellent order, the same having been substantially put tip end conveniently arranged, which ensures an entire ...

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 May 1863

' I r-. i rn . . ' v ; ,. 'j 'a1 J. L. BOAUDiVIAN,? ' "Editor andProprletor. ) JMito Jaitnwl gtbritV to : Ifcfos, $ clitics, litcrafttrf, Sriculittrr, Pavhcts, c. t 1 50 a Year; Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 14. 1863. NUMBER 3. Poetry. [For the News. The Broken Household. mitten on Ihe denlh of John Wetleii, nT BY A. GRADY. The tioiischnM band Is broken now. And snrrow't thado li on the ".row Which erst woro tmlles of Joy; For Waaler's gnno. nn'l left tut woeplng , O'tr tho luv'd In death now tlteplng A brave und noblt bojrl Twat In that tonton of tin year, When plaintive toiindt full on th ear, ' Tht tender tie wat riven; Twat on calm October day, When faith and hop both teemed to say, There art no toiirt lu llearenl . He nonght not wealth he aki no fame ' A higher, nobler, purer aim In.pl rod bit manly brent; nit Country calltd for vuliintoert. And In tbo rauki ha toon appears, The traitor to rtlltt. That, In tho name of Ood an...

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 May 1863

"initiated, instructed that it. In the re ligion tod word of Ood." The servsnte of the Patriarchs bectme such by velao tary tot therefore they wort not elevo. Buying a human beinir, of a third1 per son, acetrdii! 10 patrrnrehel moral, wut mis tnslinir. r.Tosoph ssid, he w stole away" onf gf the' Und of the He brews, having bensold by bit brethren In tome Midianite slavctradera. Tbe patriarchal ements wert required to receive circumcision: their very admin ion as'pnrtiee to the eon.nt with the Father cY 'iha FaVfcful. wa k distinct recognition of the fot that tbey wero not articles of property, but inen. ration aitMianrcqunfniiio ncings, standing oo foro.Go4 on n equality, with their mas ..t. The Patriarchs never aoM these . . . , servants, tier gave them away, nor trare Trrred them to their heirs. Therefore Iboy were not slaves. When thi weahh of the Patriarch ,V spoken of, servants ire he- rninHonetf, bnt only" when their 'power1 is'dfs'eribed'. "Abrara was very rich in ' cattle, 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 May 1863

Matters about Home. BuTucrilwra- receiving their paper, with on ''X" marked opposite Ihelr name., will understand Hint tli. time for which they hnva paid ha. eplred. Money from the 89th Ohio. Capt. Brown, oF tho 89th Ohio, ar med here on Tuosday night, bringing bout ,81750 from members of Co. A nd Co. I, for their friends in this county. Tho money wan forwarded to Jatnea Recce, Esq.lato County 'Audi tor, of whom it may be reeeired, on application to him at his rcvidence in this place. ' ' j Religious Notice. Divine service will be conducted at the Baptist church, in this place, noxt Sabbath, at 3 J o'clock P.M., by Rev. J. A. Davis, of Mincapolis, Minnesota. The public nre cordially invitod. Wo rcgrot to .letirn of the death of James B. Ei,.r.iOTT, Sergnant-Slojor of the 89th Ohio, wtifcrj. 6eeurred on the IstMnst, in tho regimental hospitnl at Carthage, Tcnn. Ilia dixeasa was ty phoid fever, contrarocd from cxposuro during a reconnoisnnce to Franklin noma time npo. Ho was about 19 ...

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 May 1863

Farmer's Department. Planting Cuttings. Wt' 'arc6niUftUy hearing paopto y that they ttva no luck in making rapa or oilier cutting grow just at t' yliftck," Jid njtliing to da with it.-- Tlirj fail ia not giving due attention to tha mattar; in other words, the oauie ia nogloct and Indifference.' The old ad age tbouid never be forgotten, apply it whtrenOt vef tna'j 'A' thing that worth doing at at ia worth doing well.' ... There ahonld bo properly three eyea .io every cutting; then dig a trench eet the eutiingi at an angle of 45 de ' Er, ( leaataix inehes apart) ao that the vppor eye ahall bean inch above . the ground and presa the earth around the wood firdtly with the foot. It ia well to fool oh the m with straw, and if need be Water them occasionally ia the ryeei weathor. . Some varieties of the grape are pro i pagated m itch more freely than others tPot inatanoe the Concord, Maxatawny, (Isabella, Hartford rrolifie, Telegraph, i Clinton, Casdiday, Ac, take root readi ly while the D...

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