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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 21 May 1863

.'r-iinirr;::;'; .) J. L. BOARD MAN,) EditorandProprletor. $ & iantil) Jairntal:-g(lji)ffl) to .pus, JMilits f itcralurr, ncttliurc, Wit-d 01 50 a Tear? ) Strictly In Advance. a.t .-jtjti ri.-r.i- i.-rr wiT-.T-jTamrB vol. xxvn. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND . COUNTY. OHIO;.:" THURSDAY, MAY. 21; 1863. NUMBER 4.: . . '.. 1 . ''''' '. ' - : Poetry. [For the News. The Cottage Home. The Cottage Home. BY LITTLE LELLFORD. J nut oer th hlll-elIe yonder, At Ire bae bjr the elite of the atreain, Stand a neat, little, pretty whit cottage, A boms-Ilk aa rsr wa nen. - : I . Children play merrily round It, On th arena by the ehle of th door, And catch at the enn-beame and ehadowe, ' That Bit through the learo to the floor. They eharn the (ay butterfly onward, All OTitr the lawn and the Iras In the cede of the buttercup blneaom . Tbey imprieon th bright yellow bee. Sweet home! happy rblldreni yet lorrow la reeling o'er om heart that'e there; I1ke a ahadowy phantom It linger, Oa. th mouruer a burda of...

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 May 1863

igjjhni plus. Hillsborough,, onio , Thursday, - - 1 Kay Hi, I8C3. We Seas e gU flu wavay ew.eihr .leVceis m dee 'ifea; fcnffl cy a'tarfcusver mnhnlm tmUor$ maw an. m em imnff, mm pay f e, a fci'U, nrt neons Ihtl VraviArmm a rote The Armv of wr AonA, re Mnu lAj f Mlrtu, to a-Je at fyrtW tbc-Weit n tw tcrro.. ea'ii-sti wnml iomhim ana eVMtroy armed retail; nrmt to mt force with force; earnest In lt hearty detestation of iowrdly traitors at borne; earaeat In will and power to averceroe nil who aVeire the nation's rnlu. Ohlo'ann bnndrrd Ihouaand enldl-r ask their father, brother and frlenile, by their SrOehloe and In their ponceful homes, to hear and head this appeal, ahd put an end toeovert treason at home, ntede more dangcrou now to onr national existence than tli presence or armed boets of misguided relwl." i-iAddrrtf Oble Soldier la the Army of Geo. lloee-arena. LATEST NEWS. Cheering News from Mississippi-- Jackson in Our Possession—Reported Evacuation of Vicksburg. . .JVrlay'e (Wed...

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 May 1863

Matters About Home. 3BsZ.. tahaarlbart receiving thalr papari with aa "X" marked oppoelta their names, will anderttand thl lb tin for which they have paid hu raplred. Tl call for a Uoioo State Con von tioa will be foand on our first page. HI ' Set another column Tor an interest tog lotter from Iowa. Lie at. 9.' A. Qlonn hai bean promot ed to the Uspteiooy of Co. A, 89th O. V. I., vice Jos. II. Mallenii, resigned, "Ad" is a good officer, and we congratu late him on his promotion. Court commenced on Tuesdsj, his Honor, Judgo Briggs, presiding. The Grand Jury is still in session, and has been busily engaged in investigating the case of The State vs. It. N. Baskin charged with the tnnrder of A. J. West A largo number of witnesses have been examined. The names of the Grand Jurors are as follows: Retherford Collier, foreman; Willard 0. Winter, John Underwood, John Mo Brid4, W. W. Ballard, Manlovo Adams, J. W, B. Ayrcs, Abraham Smith, B. W Spargur, J. I. Todrick, L.V.Custer, .Sam'l F. Duva...

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 May 1863

Farmer's Department. Cultivation of Sorgho. .i-t: TTa eontinae out attracts from communication of Mr. A. II. Wreno, of ,vMk Gild, Obb, to th Ohio, Ftrttief, l gIiHf tie reult of his mii , ci eerie we Im Ibt cultivation of tha etforlhsra aogar eanr. EdV Newiv. Tbipabation or xni Son.. .Where it etn la done, blow the ground in tha fall, Waving? in inoh a manner aa will ' kewell drained. When the land ia drj in (he spring, atir it again.:' tf not flowed in the fall, plow aa earlj in the aitrine aa can be done, ao aa te hare the f round plowed up looae and ' mellow. Harrow thoroughly until well pulver iied, aa verj much dependa opon the eonditioo the ground it in when plant ine time cornea. In all. cases, if the land ia rich tnooeb to admit of it PLOW DEEP. Planting. If the ground ia well paWeriied, I have the beat auccess to 'plant with a eorn drill; but if planted Ij hand, make the mark for the towi ' ' very shallow, the nearer the top of the ground th better. If drilled in, the rows ...

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 May 1863

- I t , . . t 7,1 1 1 ' r ) ff.f . . 1 : - T ' - ' ' ' ' J. L. BOARDMAN,) , Editor andProprielor. ) ( -'91 60 'a -Year; i ' Strictly in Advance f vol. xxvir. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY', OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY ,28, ". NUMBER o'; journal Poetry. [From the Marietta Register. COPPERHEADS. BY A SOLDIER OF THE 39TH. O. V. I. BY A SOLDIER OF THE 39TH. O. V. I. AIR---Yankee Doodle. Tfhen to tbe nation's call fur help, Tli people nobly rote, ilr, Anil Inuiit mighty living nmu, Wi-lit on I to IIkIiI their foes, sir, There wasatcnly, (limy fuw Who dared nut venture forth, str. Out thought the hest that the J could do, Was to hi luck III North, ilr. And o nlttfiml they went to work 'Gainst tlx Admlnlatratlon, And sought fur Sawe In every man U'uo sought tn.save tha nation. Then Sliding this did not succeed, They thought they'd try tlx Iteld, llr, '. And slandered every General there, . Hutouuld not make them yield, sir. ' Nut to the soldiers they appeared, , And tried tomake theiu spo, sir, ' ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 28 May 1863

- Court, oa tba pt-adlag wioHoa, to retlae tf men the proceedings ef the Mili tary Commieeioa, if they were before Ik Conrt. The sole qaettioa U, wheth r the arrrat wat legal ; and aa before re Marked, it .legality depend oa the fteetitity which tinted for making it ; J of that aact.Mil, for the reaaona Jiated, thia Conrt cannot judicially da tcrmiae. Gtotral naraiid ia unqnea ttoaabiy amenable to tba Eteontive Department for bit conduct. If ba baa atad arbitrarily and upon inenOwient ratio a a, it it within the power, aad would ba tba duty, of tba President; not only U annnl bia aote, but to vrtit bins with deeitive mtrkt afbia ditapproba ilea. T tba Praaidont, in bia eapaei y of Coaamander-in Chief of tba Army, It rnaat aaawer for bia ffioial eondoct. , Bat under ourConstitntion, wbicb etu dieuely aaaka to keep the executive; legialatire aad jadieial dapartraanta of f tba Government from all Interference . aad conflict witb taob other, it would be aa an warrantable exercise of the...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 28 May 1863

Matters about Home. "2S1." ubrlbart recelelng their ppr with an "X" (narked oppll thlr nraee, will nndentand that tha llm for which tby hara paid h expired. Religious Notice. Wo are reqoested to atife trial Rot. Mr. Siegfried, of the Biptiit Church, vrill preach at Newmarket en next Sab lath at 10$ o'clock A. M. tod it IIUIi. boro at 3 P. M. Entertainment by the Rainsboro B. A. S. The Soldiori Aid Society of Itaioe. toro will gWe an Eotortsinment at the new Band Flail, on Friday Afternoon, to morrow,) at 4 o'clock. There will be good tnnaio, a Supper, io. Ticked SSoenti. Washington Tp. Union League. TVearo reqaeated to giro notice that a Union League will be formed in Washington Township, at Berryvillet Oa Saturday, June 13.V W. M. MlEK, Esq., of nillsboro, will delirer an Ad dress, and the Union Ladies will fur- Dial) patriotio ruusio on the occasion. ' 1 1 Order No. 33 Enforced in Highland. The first arrests in this county under Gen. Burnside'e famous order were made last Thursday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 28 May 1863

Farmer's Department. Crop Intelligence. i. i - ' t Wa nava (! etrefal inquiries; M .-."..far as praetieabla, frofia ttriom plrll f T;- t))lt county, aa to thpropeta of tk coming barrast, tod ara "grttiflod to IsaM tfia.'.Ba promlii Ii rerj anefrra v, Many Acids of wheal wklrtv watt tliooghUo be winter killtd, ka ra wed under the farorabla waathaf of the last few weeka, and now look remarka - ' bl well, ' tUaleaa bobm ialamit, ow oateen, shitt jet orertake it, wa akat) yet hatt a ttrj fine mop of wheat io TT'thla ' aooot. Ponieroj (0 ) Tele-' . - graph. ..:.. - IOWA. - Ia Iowa 'aterythiag rooka squall promising. Tka Keokuk Gate City saya the fartoera report "that the proa . peot for aa abundant erop of wheat a the coming harreat waa narar better than it ia now. The winter wheat looks unusually well, ant aftaough the ..spring baa keen ratbsr dry for avring wheat, yet the greater portion of it looks fine, ... " ' T , t , Tha Ottomwa (Iowa Courier aaya: "We receire the moat eicouragiog ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 4 June 1863

J. L. DOARDMAN,) Editor andProprictor. ) & lanulg lonrnal itfcoiA t0 ' Pttos, literature, pcitlfnre, iluluts, c. 51 50 a YtAt; ) Strictly in Advance. voL.xxvir. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE l 1863. NUMBER 6. Poetry. A Kingdom by the Fireside. I m n klwr In my own riomMn, ' Alt' my little wlfo la queen; And Jointly nvor nur realm wsrslgn, A rojnl couple, 1 vkDi Bi-antr snd trf r ths men tbat flow From h r lilr ahonl'li'ra down; -Tli cm of truth un her brow glow, . And lors ii her golden crown. But her dainty hnnd are nrwrt with toll, Her rh ); with the bnl klaarrl; And he wnrka for tiller or tho lull, A if work for hhn m bliu, I m the king a nil ths tIMsr. too My firm U my proud Cousin; And tin will to dure and I he ntrcnglh to do, Are theeneptras of my reign. At my toiwh the teeming earth yleldi up llor hoal'h for my fcit and erure; The ueciarof wealth tirinjeo high Bijr cup, My ni ensure of bliss rum o'er. Ohl ns'cr m hnpplcr renlm, I ween, Thnnotir 'neal...

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 June 1863

niLLSBonouoii. onio i. , ' Thursday, June 4, 1863. "Fraaeaaawi mtl per-', !"'' ,"fel Hf lb owe LUitf, ft irasirerer aneSM waao.. "S "r- .1. .. u. .J m..otm.misM,iI PrnetaVae aifsiiwliaa mr aotofs, n snVaia fas Cnle,. so 'p fene).' The A rait of th Woat Ik In ten-tide rwrneat! eaniaat ie conamer nn Uoatrov armed raliolsi anrncat In meet force with force; mthmI in lit. heart, detestation uf Cowardly traitor, at home; earneatln will and i.wcr to win n who dr-elr tha nation', niln. Ohio'anne hundred thouaand oi.llers ask thelrfathcra. broth and Manila, by their flreaidwi ami In their peaeefnl home,, t hewr ad hed this anneal, and nut an end to covert TMn at home. made mom daneron, miw to otrr national exHtenc, than praaenco of armed hoate of mlaenided rtla." A.ldreaa of Ohio Soldier, iu Iht Army of den. Km. rraae. . . . . GRAND UNION MASS UNION MASS MEETING!! rTlie People of Highland County, without distinction of party, who are in favor ef a vigorous prosecution of the war for the maio...

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 June 1863

Matters about Home. SnMrrlhara rclylng hl' fjpe" lh " "X" markad oiifioalta thalf namoi, iriTSindrtnd tht th tire for whlth th ha paid Mplrad. Matters about Home. UNION COUNTY MEETING. The Union men of Highland county ara Invited to meet at the Court House in nUleboro, on ; SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1883, to appoint five Delegates, to represont the eounty in the Union State Conven tion, to be held at Columbus, on Wed nesday, June 17th. By order Of the Union Co. Cen. Com. Union Meeting at Rainsboro. There will boa meeting of the Union Leepue of Rainaborn, on SATURDAY NEXT, at 3 o'clock P. M. Hon. N. II. llizsoo and Rev. Henry Turner have promised to address the mooting, end Ood musio will bo provided. Tho peo ple, of all parlies, are invited. , - , - ' Religious Notice. '. The 4tli Quarterly Meeting of the M. E.'hurcli in this Station willoommenco next Saturday, June 6th, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Preaching by Rev. M. Kauffinari, Presiding Elder. Resigned. Adjt. R. W. Spnrgur. of the 6...

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 June 1863

Miscellaneous. A Democratic Toll-gate Keeper. 'A few weeks sibbo, as Messrs. Vallan digham and Pundleton were goioj? in a carriage from Datavia to fill an appoint' men! at soma place in Brown County,' they drew nj at a toll pate. . Mr. TendletoD, with that amiable con- drscsnsion which marks bis Intereoorsfl , with the paor and lowly totors, asked the Tfinerablo gats keeper how he stood on politics, and was answered: "I an a ' Democrat; rtsTo Toted the tiskot all my ' lire, and expect to as forrg as f lire." "That's riaht.- my fctlod man, am clad to find yw all right on politics. Now, aaT-f;!:r;i.": e w-k. . a . .1. t an OKI ueraocrsr, wom aw you inin or ,,ro,;Hoo. Mr. V.Uandirrgh.r. for onr hniif' " ' next uovernorr Va!Undinf.harn is tho d- -si traitor f - north of Mason, an J Dixon's lino, and j I wouldn't help elect him dog polter." ' "Dot atop, roan, this gsntluman with roe is Mr. Y." .' ' I "I doatcare who ho Is; lam a Jack- ' son Do m o rat. not a Vallandighamer." i . I . ttls...

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. — 11 June 1863

J. L. DOARDMAN.j Editor andProprietor. ) Jfmnilg lournd gtfcottfr to JJebs, $ oliitcs, fiferatere, $grictttare, nrlids, c. 91 50 a Year; Strictly in Advance. yoL.-xxvir. HILLSBOROUGH, -HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 11. 1863. NUMBER 7. Poetry. How To Live. BY H. HONAR. ' Mr llvf-th Ion wtin ilveth well! All other lit te elirtrtaud rain; I .' lie IWoth longest who can toll Of Uvtug must tor lieevonlj faia. llellreth Inn who llnrth wolll All else iw being flung awari tie llroth lonMBt who chii tell ' Of true tlilugs eureljr dou each day. Waste notthr uolnir hack to Him ' Who fiiMtly Kve It, frufly giro; Eli- It thatbnlng Inlt a druaui 'Xia but to be, aud jot to live. Be what thnu Bomitt-lira thy clilld! Hold up to earth tho torob. difinej Be whntthoii rnypit to be mud.: - tat the MaetoVe stops be thine. Till np each hour with what will lait; Bn.v op the nnnm-iits att thny go; ' The lire above., whan lliia le piiet, -le the ripe fruit of life below. Sow truth, if limn tho frnlt ...

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. — 11 June 1863

: r t t jj 77. i n. -rrxrT nii.LSBonouon onio i, .- ' Thursday, - - - June 11, 18G3 " S WvmwI aft" parry MHfiknUw fa aWeMf toiioflp n eer Cnaarra, ami iMnr uwasee a levritere ei an- e p re m, m ), r "'r' " Mil fiw W pat "Wo ntA.lt feasora IA (.'. so a.lp e feed.' The Army of til Wot In In Urrll.lt earnest; wnim so eonqner ana ilidm armed rehele; earnest la meet fbrce vith ton; uriHl In ll heart v detestation of cowardly Irnllnn at hornet earnest In will and powar to everoome all who create the nattena rain, liiiooj riimno imwio sol, tiers ask their father, brother and friend, by their fireside and In their peaceful home, to hoar nil head thla appeal, and put an and loaovert traaaon at homo, a4 mora dangeron now la our national existence than tha presence of arroad hnata of misguided rhel." (Addresses' Obi Bottler Id la Army of Oaa. Boet-arana. GRAND UNION MASS MEETING! Ths People of Ilighltnd County, without distinction of party, who ire in favor of a vigorous provocation of tho war...

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. — 11 June 1863

Matters about Home. .'A-.::.! Rnhirrtheri receiving their paper with "X" narked opposite their names, will anderstend that tb time for which they have paid has expired. UNION COUNTY MEETING. , , Tho Union men of Ilighland count? re invited to meet at the Court Houie in. tfillaboro, on SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1863, to appoint five Delegates, to represent the county In the Union State Conven tion, to be held at Colambus, on Wed ' neiday, June 17th. Tlj order of the Union Co. Cen. Com. ATTENTION UNION LEAGUE! . Immediately after theappointment of delegates to the Union State Conven tion, on SATURDAY NEST, there trill be a meeting of the Liberty Tp. Union League at the Court IIouso, to complete the arrangements for the Grand Union Rally on the Fourth of July. A full turn-out of tho members is requested. By order of the League, Strawbbrbt Fbstival Tnis Evu nino. The Ladies of the M. E. Church ' will give a Strawberry Festival for the benefit of the church, at the College Chapel, Thi Evening, ...

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. — 11 June 1863

Farmer's Department. Lining Fruit Trees. We are pleased to know thai the ' eommtiDioaUon of- oaf Xeoia com- pondont, Mr. S. B. Creton, is attracting th attention of Ihe public lo hit tottimony of the apparently perfoet aacteas of bit plao for dostrojing tb Cureulio, wa caa add, from obserra tibn, our own. While tho plum wa d ntroyed all around him, by that pest, Ma were perfect, as wero those of a neighbor who pursued the tame ooarse of ipriokliog lime upon tho trees af ter tht fruit had set. It is a remedy worth a trial, and we hope that fruit raisers will test it this season. The Clefeland Herald quotes the remedy, adding to the quotation tho following: "The tame process should be used on oherry and pear trees, when tho nasty slug first begins to make its depreda tions, on (tho loaves- If tho Inning Is dont as son as the slug appears in its minuto form, one appliootion will prob ably be enough. If delayed until the slug is grown, the task will bo greater; and, moroovcr, the beauty...

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. — 18 June 1863

J. L. BOARDMAN.j Editor andProprietor. ) Jfamilir ottnt;tI SpcMeir to Itetus, )0littcs, literature, ncnlturc, gPnrluts, foV S Spl 50 a "ear; ) Strictly in Advance. NUMBER 8. vol. xxvn. HILLSBOROUGH, HrGHLA.NI) COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1863. Poetry. [For the News. The "Red, White and Blue." The "Red, White and Blue." BY A SOLDIER OF THE 88TH O. V. I. On tbe banki of Potomoo came an armyio grnndi Whom aim waa to sever Colombia's fulr land; Tbey laid they would split thli great Union In two, And altar tlio colors of the "Bod, White and 1)1 uo." nut two year of boasting ' done nothing nt til, And cost them the life of tholr gallant "Stonewall," While the old Union bannor OVate promllT In view, To cheer the defenders of the "Bed, While and Blue." Our Banner Is slmpl. and try It we'll atnni); It shall float from l'otomao to the grout ltlo Grnnde; It wavos o'er a people tbat's gallant and true. And they'll all die dufondinji the "Bed, White and Blue." The lint battle waa fought on ...

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. — 18 June 1863

uiLLSBORouan, onio Thursday, Juno 13, 18G3- C 1 "tT AtiMtwfit aff party ro.i-fi at ion fn rfer.f.I ImoWi, n er Om-i'ry, an! U'Vi.Vi-er it'im ttntWy lraitor$ man r haruh,ioufai)ttftc t ninn, to hf'p n (Vet Tho Army of th Wet I In terrible oirnetl: cariies tneonqtier mid doitroy arnii'd ruhel; ear neat to meet fone wli h fore; earnest in lU hctirty dulcHtatiun of cownrdly traitors nt hrme; erntt in will nod pwer to vereoine nil who derlre the nnttou's ruin. Ohio's one hundred tliiu!.d nhlier nk their futuurs, brother and friend, b.T thli flroiiifl nnd In their pe.tref-il home, to hour nnd IiomI thlt appeal, and put no end t'.i covert trrun at home, mrtie more danerou now to oitr national rHtiiife thn the presrue$ of nm1 hot of tnUiil t"d rel'id," Address uf Ohio Soldiers lu the Army of .Jen. Kov rrans. GRAND UNION MASS UNION MASS MEETING! The People of Highland County, without distinction of party, who nrc in favor of a vigorous prceeution of tho war for the muiotuinaneo of that glori...

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. — 18 June 1863

patters about Dome, "sc." Subfcrlbert recolrlng lhilr pnpera villi nn "X" inr ktd orpoilta their iiiim, will iitidertiitid Hint III lima for which thej hara paid hiu expired. Apology. Tho editor lias gono to Columbus, to nt'.ond the Union Stato Convention, and anltJ the indulgonco of his roaclers for all deficiencies in this week's paper. Eainsboro Union Loa?uo Mootinsu W. M. Meek, K'q., or Ilillsboro.-w ill address the Union Longuo of Hiinsboro n Tuctday Night, Juno 23d. Adjutant J. M. BAnncRK, Into of the COlh Ohio, will address tho League on &Hurday Afternoon, Juno 27th, at 3 o' clock, The peoplo of all parties are invited to attend. Union Meetings. Union meetings will ho held and speeches made by W. M. Meek, Esq., at tho following times and pluecs: Sinking Spring, Friday, C o'clock P. 51. Juno 19th 1883. Redkry't School Huwtc, Saturday, 3 o'clork l M. Juno 20. TayforsriUe, Friday, 2 o'clock P. M. June 2G. Sardina, Friday, C o'clock I'. M. Juno 2G. Lieut. James J. Brown will ...

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. — 18 June 1863

Farmer's Department The Fruit Garden. Watch !l young fruit trees s;tiot lerfng too bndotly while young, or the first lewon after planting. There can b no objection to tho ripening of one or two fruita on tree the first sea aoaof setting out, Id order to test the kit), orto dminister to ouriosity, if the tree be otherwise growing freely. If little growth is making, uo fruit at allsuoulJ be permitted. It is a botter practice to disbuJ, or talto out soon af ter aprouting, all shoots that are neod lfess to the perfeot shape of the tree, than to wait till full or winter. Tho pruning knife need then only be used to shorton in a branch to whero several shoots are desired to puh, or to induce a more vigorous growth from tho pruted part?. In the goosebcrry.Taspberry, and straw berry, also, uo more shoot should be suffered to grow than will bo required to bear tho next season. Where water can be commauded, there i nothing so profitable as to well eoitk the soil about small fruits; first about...

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