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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 21 January 1864

J. L. BOARD MAN, J Editor andProprietor. ) $ imxk mtnt!il QtMtb to $Ccfos, $Iitics, literature, Agriculture, Parhtts,-.c.: . 01 50 a Yea if Strictly in Advance. NUMBER' 'M HILLSBOROUGH. IITGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. JANUARY 21, 1864.' vol. xxvn. Poetry. Work for the Soldier. Work for the Soldier. WRITTEN FOR THE NORTON SANITARY FAIR, BY MRS. A. C. WATERSTON. On th wltl bttttl floM, OrrlotttV It Etftod we with nt cletR, CordnfT and w1g; Lift tip the onoTfis; Shnkenut the ntr-alr; lleve ready ttt rord)ln Cooling drafts draw. Bffnr In the wounded; Bern, pmtly dowu; (flom mothur'i aoitRthey are Thin da.T our own.) Wnmn with ft touch, Rathe thliyomtpj brow; Ton with the ptrong arm, .Rail that soldier now. A nip of cold water For him wounded tore; Ilo auk If a brother Needs It not more. Look! on ihUdark skin Grim Nlave-orara are found, Where hlood rushed red From the freedman's deep won ml. Fw words were spoken- We bandage and feed Onr soldiers und prisoners In perilous need. Comfort ...

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 January 1864

niLLSBououau. omo. - ji ian' - . Thursday,1 - - Jan. 21, 18C4. . VJ LATEST NEWS. FORTRESS MONROE, JAN. 16. A flag af traca itetmtr arrived this afternoon from City Point, and present indications sdmitofno doubt that if tbe axenanga of prisoners remains in tho nands oftic n. Butler, a satisfactory ex change will ba effected. The Ricbmon i Sentinel of the 15th tontaios the following: "Cdari-kstoi, Jan. 14. Tha enemy haro kept np a heavy shelling all day. Sinee Tuesday at 8 ''clock, 471 sheila hare been thrown at tht city, causing some damage but no vasualitios. 1 The enemy anmasked two or three tnort Tarrolta at Grrgg. The shelling is still heavy this evening." ' We gire in another column a synop is of tht new Enrollment act, which passed the Senate on Monday, by a vote of 30 to 20. The measure baa yet to pass the Ilonse, and may ba amended to as to change it materially. A horrible accident occurred at San tiago, Chili, on the 14th Deo. The Ca thedral took fire from tho explosion of g...

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 January 1864

t cute. flnnei-rlnera rerelrlns; their D' Dapare wltn en inarked orr'll their natiee, will nnderstaud that the tint nxf which they hate Mfrl hm eiplred. run- vv V a .' L ' "' . - - - If yob want to Mil foods, wares, or merchandise; - If yon hare farimt (if lots for ml or rent! Ifyosi nt toacllorrent e house, hip of More; If youwanf (o obtain anf tlilfi loit or stolen? If yon here loet yon f Oft or taken op stray rattle; ICyon want rrtil.j ifltit or to obtln helps If you with thou Indebted to you tocall rfd ttl; Ifyod trials to tattle the affairs or rstntsj of any one; yon want to get more hnslnessand a monct; Arrivals and Departures of the Malls. Cincinnati Mall Pille hv railroad, except ftunriayi. Arrlret 7 P. M. opens I. M. n.nnrl. II 40 A. It. Mil II Clnaae n .'10 A . M. Russell, l.yncliliure, Westl'orn, Wnin-Iiaator, New . Vienna, New l.etlnisti v, l.eeelmrjr, Kast Honroe. flreenueld, and all other polnia on ine railroad, go t.y thin mull; nun, Chllllcoiria unii Marietta. MaVati...

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 January 1864

Farmer's Department. A Prosperous Agricultural Society. "W copy ln following frora th Ohio Firmer, for the purpose of showing the firmeri of Highland how they manag .heir Agrieultnr. Society over in old Duller. , Ferhtps tome hints may b gathered from the report of its opera tioni which might be adopted in this locality, with advantago to al! concern ed. Tho "big premium" feature is un "doubtodly a powerful "magnet" in at tracting the owners of first-class horsei and other Mock. In fact it ie tho only thing that will attract them without fail. But then it ia equally certain that If you pet the fincat atock. to the Fair, . ' the noN.E will como to see them, and that if, after all, the great desideratum, and tho touchstone of success, in all pablio exhibitions. If you want to see big rcceipta at your next Fair, Messrs. Directors of the Highland Agricultural Society, and present a balance sheet like that of our enterprising neighbors in old Duller, with a handsome surplus in your treas...

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. — 28 January 1864

, J. L. BOARD MAN,) EdltorandPropriolor. ) Iflimtitl Debntdt to fcltis, $riitie$, filcniftm:, $ grmtlfurc, STarlicfs, t. ( 51 50 a Yeart Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1801 NUMBER 40. Poetry. [For the News. Vallandigham. Jto, patriots ef Ohtol be tnra that yon giro hee.1, Yallandlgham now ealle yon Vallaadlgham'a In Dm) Then haete with anal, ye lojrat, and ample alraa boetow, Tor, know 70a, by euch action mach charily you'll how. "Or" Vl. I chill with watching a till, fur o'er the bonier cold, With naught t warm bleaching form, or cboer bla plrlt bold. Caat out to roam , far off from homo, by " tho tyrant'! ernal baa," Be neada yonr care then yon ehould ilmro with till a convictM man. What tho he caata upon yon contempt and'vlle abueef What tho' he lorea the trn'tore, aud aeeka for them ex oneef What tho yonr war 'galnat treason he bramle Tile enieadef What tho' he hatea yonr eoldlera , and e'er rofnaed them aid? Inch litt...

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 January 1864

vpinion that none of th StuUt of the in eiurrectionary dittriutt will be readmitted into the Vnion, during the proyren of tkeMr,"ai slave glutee? ;,What miht ta done Fli wnd, withalavery in the xCoastitution, we do not" pretend . to - Jtnow T Intercut oorselves , t inquire. AVe regard it ti the truo policy of the peopla of Tennessee to close in with (tie overture of the President to talethajoulh woion lie 'has potiposcd ..to form a new State Comtituon with cut tho "institution," ant), thus apply- iop, we feel an abiding confidence that .fenneeaea amy ll lpu4n in the Union ty tbtj'ielea of April -8. By btrtb, edacation and eonUnnous , Msideuoe, we hare been i-lentifiud with . , ithf iostiUtiotT of slavery. Though ; comparatively yntinfjr, we 1 have lived long enough te ace that it' ennfors no ' itngilr, either apon the Stale or great nasi of the pcopig among whom itexists. . : We believe there i no portion of tha.ftoil f Tennessee in whioh the whito man ' cannot labor quito aa heaUfc...

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 January 1864

Iflatto about Dome. lnnTlhrt reeelvlna: their paper) Hh an "X" in.irkad npnoalla their name, understand tlit th) tlm) lor which thy lMa paid eaplred. If jrmi want to vll good), ware), or merchandise) Jf yon have farm) or lot. for ml or rent', If yoa want to aell or rent a hmiwi, hop or atore; Hynnwanl to obtain any tiling Inat or itolonj Ifyou Itava Iot yonr own or taken tip stray rattlej ' If yon wnt ampleyment or to obtain help: If you wi.1i tho) Indebted to yon to cull nd.att1; Ifyoa wl.h to cttle tho flnlr or tat) of any one yon want to get more bindnre. and . womr; BVAihKliM in IhtUIGllLASD VF.WSr Arrivals and Departures of the Mails Cincinnati MallTMIW by railroad, except Sundays ' Arrives T P. M. Mull open. A P. M. ti..,. .t. n 4ii K. M tl.iii .hue. o vn A. M. Ru.lt, l.vnrhnnra;, Waathoro, Blam-heater, New Vienna. Ne I.ealnnti u, l.eoarmru, F.a.t Monroe. fWnfiidil, and all other point) on the railroad, go k. ihia mull: !. I'lil llli'otlia and II irlntta. U....IIL Mall Arrtr.....

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 28 January 1864

Farmer's Department. Agricultural Papers. Tli Cnotrj Gentleman atki it todtrt t tottitutt comparison be ( tb Intelligence and tnUrprise of tboso ftrmcn who rend an agriont Inrat ptper aid those who do not. la a locality in which inch a journal enjoys a liborml circulation, the results accom plished in time ara tery great. The merits of improred stock are perhaps the first caavasied, and then new breeds are brought ia; more attention is paid to fruit and flowers', new implements come into use; better buildings spring p; and, with increased attention to manures, there arises a better systom of farm management throughout. Mow, in none of theso respecto, nor in any other, ean a man, single-handed, or in a wide neighborhood, work one-half as effectually in the eause of improrement at they ean when those with whom they arej constantly brought into con tact are more or less doeply interested in the aama objects where they read the ssme periodical understand the end sought, and are willing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 4 February 1864

I- J. L. BOARD MAN,) Editor and-Proprietor.) $1 50 a Year; Strictly in Advance. number: 4 k VOL. XXVH. UILLS130K0UGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, . FEBRUARY , 4, 1864 Poetry. [From the Atlantic Monthly for February. The Last Charge. BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. 1 Wow an of th North! will von Join In th slrlfr, Tar country, for froodom, for honor, for Ufrt Th giant grow blind In hi fury and aplt--On blow on hi fnrabad will tat tit th Sghtl Flash full In hht htm th bin lirfitnlna; of!), Anl atttnhlm with cannon-bolts; pal iipoji nr-al. Mount, trooinr. and follow your gam to its lair. At tli bound tracks tho woll, anil In btagi th harl Wow. trnmpsts, ronr nmmon, till alnmrara1 waVl Bt drums, till th roofs of th ftlnt-Warti-d shakat Tst, jot, ro ho algnot Is aUmpod on tli scroll. Their namoa may b traced on th blood-sprinkled roll. Trust not th fain hrld that painted jonr ahlold, Trna honor to-day mint ho aiMht on th nldt Itrr ont(-hon shows whit with the blaavn f rdj Tlisliftrdrojiso...

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. — 4 February 1864

(Ej(t pspmb tbs. niLLSDonouan. onio. Thursday Feb. 4, 1864 it-1 f?5 " 1) LATEST NEWS. LATEST NEWS. A Draft of 500,(0) Men ordered to LATEST NEWS. A Draft of 500,(0) Men ordered to Take Place on the 10th of March. WASHINGTON, Feb. 1. It Is ordered tbat a draft for five huadrcd thousand men, to serve for three Jcare cr doting tin war, be made on tha lOih of March next, Tor Ibe mill tarj acrvice of the United States, erod itiog nd daJucting therefrom so many as mar bare baen enlisted or draftta into tba service prior o tba 1st daj of March, and not boretofore Credited- , ABRAHAM LINCOLN. The Call for 500,000. WASHINGTON, Jan. 31. It will bo recollected tl.at in Ootobcr a call for S00.000 men was made. Tbi number bag been about half filled by volunteering and re-anlislinjr. The call bow made, for 500,000 ia in terproted by gentlemen acquainted with militarv affairs, to include the abovo 300,000, beinr, in tCfacf, an additions call for 200,000 man. ". The volunteer tog ia eupposed to fur...

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 February 1864

Matters About Home. liiWnllm aeeLlnr their n" ".X" markad nppo.lle ll.rlr immM, "HI anrtarslaud that thw Arrivals and Departures of the Mails. Clnrlnnnll VJl-rT .llf b railroad, rpt Sondeye. Arrlres 1 P. M. Mnll opens I P. M. I'eoarta fi If A. M. Moll ln.cs 6 !l A, M. TI1, l.vn.btiurr. W.sthnrnt HliHiiliMtor. Hew Vienna, Nsw Leilnrltn, TieeskiirrV East Monroe, ftreeufleld.suidoll other points An fb railroad, f he thin mull! also, Chllllcilnr and Mnrlclt. . .." MfTil, :Msll--rTleaa '.Mrwidevs. WedneerlaTS, and TrMAvs', 10 P. M ' ' Ttepnrt" TiiwwIkth. Thnrtdays and ntnrdaye. 7 A. M. Mall 4 30 A. M. Chllllrnthe Mall Arrive. ,Jii.lrs and Thtlrad.rs, T flreenflfhl, New P.rlersbttrrr Nsw Bolton, Ttalnehero Feyr-Hevllle tnll Arrives Mi.ndev.irld FrhlaTs. 1 M. WrfW V at 9 P. M.i Moll ctossw 1 P. M,' Washington iLIIAa-rlvee Fridays H P. M. Departs Thiirsetare, Ai'M.' Mallclnwae AM.'i . ' ' Locnst Orofa Vail Arrives Satnrilara. 4 !. M., Da-, parts Frldaf , 7 A.M.. Wall ckKM (I A. M. y , Marsh...

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 February 1864

Farmer's Department. New York People's College. T)i trustees f t, People's Cellege filiU igTiowltarsl soboo loceted st IIes.s, N. Y. ni Issued to address, l'tom wtloh we lesrn tusl the college fsna consists of 200 seres, which, to Kttoer with the improvements far f the have progressed, baa cost aioul $100,000. Tlia sssln edifiet, whieh ii not vat comleted. Si 218 feat lone 52 a , r feet wide, snd fire stories tiig,r., with rearward projeetiob from tha oantar 70 feet long and C I Teat wid, which will soon ha ready for students. Tha Stat lastyeirtoted tr. college so annuity of ten thousand dollara for two year, and tha Cengressiooel donation oflandi to tb amount of 99,000 acrci h hero aiaignad to it. When complete, the ed ilea will ' hare coat 9175,000, and will contain 220 rooms for students, chap I, a culinsrj department and rooma for the steward. The firat farm of the college will commence on the 7th ol neiT April, and eloae on the 15th oT Ji Ij. : The studies will include a claasi...

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 February 1864

7J. L. B O ARD MAN,) . Editor and Proprietor.) JfainHg loarnal $t6M to $Jcfos, J0olittts, fttafnrc, (jricultart, $$;u-lufs, $1 50 a Year; Strictly in Advance. "nEeS1 VOL. XXVII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY.. FEBRUARY 11, 18G4. Poetry. Miles O'Reilly on the "Naygurs." 4 v At It late banquet to tha Irl.h brlaade la N.w Tork the following eon, by prlrato MHm O'Reilly, iu funf to tha Kir, of "The Low-baokad Oar," and reeelTed aauchapplauee: Bnme tell its 'tin abnrnlna ehama To make the nagitre fiirht, An' that the thrarie of hein' kilt Uelonae but to the white; Bat aa for me, upon my eoulf 80 liberal are wo here, I'll let Hambo bo murdered in plae of anyielf, On everyday In the yearl ' On every day of tbe year, boye, ' "1 And eTery bour In tbo day. i Tb right 10 bo kilt I'll divide wtd blm Alia aiTii a worn 1 lieay.. In battlo'a wIM commotion I abouldn't at all object, Ifgainbo'e lioily ahontd atop a ball That wao enmin' for me direct And tbo i.rodof a Southern bafuot,...

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 February 1864

The Highland HILLSBOROUGH, OHIO. Thursday,-Feb. 11, 1864 A.. ' -: & LATEST NEWS. ST--- - " - Ooo. Cutler road daiinjt at!c;vp TaVt SoO(lay'(ntglit to surprise lticnmond apd rtlcass our prisoners tberc. II i forces jreaohctl the Chielesnbriilny, totlj 10 miles from the soon sifter mid iiigiir,' tut found tlaf tW 'rebels bad keen warned of'tlie rriovcrocnt by a do "Verier, and tad llookadcd tho fords so (hat Wr cavalry could not cross: The expedition was therefore abandoned, und-'our troops returned to Fortress Monroe.' 1 The rebeli mada strong eJcmoribtra- tion ifsinst Nctrbern hst week, but trero repulsed, after burning one four gunboats which got aground, and caplu inr her crew. ' " ' - A strong rcconnoisance was made by r rt of Gen. Meado s force last Satur day, towards Oraogo Court House, jertain whether tho rebel army tad VhangeJ its position. Tcey wore met in strong force.'and after a sharp fiaht our forces withdrew to this side of the tspllao. ' ; ;; " 1 ''-''' WASHINGTON....

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 February 1864

Matters about Home. "X." .aikod oppoalle their name, win iiM'V'iiia ,na a.niua. Will III time for which Ibex Imvo i'') lie i'uln.il. . . . . . ' - Arrivals and Departures of the Arrivals and Departures of the Mails. i Cincinnati Metli-intllT f y inflma.), Vxrapt Sunday. Arrlvea7r.M. Null npona P. M. -I . Jirte40 A. M. M,il 6 HO A..Mr i Itu-aril, 1,,tiolihurr, Vi eatboro, " BlMtt haafer. New Vienna, New f.exintf,t i, Letaltur:; Jikiaf Monro, flreenfleld. ft ft All other point" on the railroad. Jto h, thla mill; alto, Ohlllleotha Anil V-iTled. , , Mrinltlf Mull arrive Mniidnva. Vi'edneadnea M Fildara, 10 P.'M . ' TVparta TneadaT. Thnrndayfc tinri Saturday. 7 A. M.. Mntl rloo 30 A. M. Chjlllc.ithn Ml1-Arrlvea Momlava and ThnredaT., f P. M. p. pnrtti Jtnnday and THurnlny, 7 A. M. , ,' Mall rloaen P. !W A. M . , , Oieenrltl.l, Now PrtrhilVi7, Weir1 TioHon, TtnlniiWo rtttlnbrldg Ac, (to by thla mail. - . . Favetteirllle Mtl ArrlVea nlnndnviUnH ti'tilnja', 1? M. Tleparta una ilava at 2 P. ...

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 February 1864

Farmer's Department. Farmer's Department. Fruit Trees-Are They Killed? 8erril frianda nfcoa wt met at Xcnialast week, ttprtfied it f t at not only tha peae t4i, bml Ine traea, wall thoea of otVtt ktads of fruit, nare alaiglitered tnrUa taut eitrema cold weather. Ta Mm reports aoma from otbar loealitiei; Vot wo trust tha extsat of taa damage U magnified by fir. Ther con bo ao doaU of the general destrtetien of Ine peach crop, howatar. Io reply to to inquiry ia tbo Columbui Jornl Mr. Batchim wt!tc: "I biro eistnioad peaeV treto in qtito number of differeit localiliea !a and around our oity, aod bat tat found a lira fruit bud. And froaa laforma- tion I bare raaairad from otbar par'o of tba Sat, I find no grouuda tobopa tint any part of Ohio will bo favorad with a rrech crop the coming aaaaon It ia barely possible tbat in abaltarad poiitiona in tho oorth-eest quarter of tba Stato, soma orebarda bav oaeapad, an tbe cold snap aeena to bare baan tba least ictera in tbat direction though 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. — 18 February 1864

n ! . i I-. ! J. l. board man,; Editor , and Proprietor. ;, to-tftfos, fllitits, f ilcralurc, gricnltnrt, ISforhtts, tfr. j 01 50 a Tear) ) Strictly In Advance. NUMBER 43. -a'4 -Ha VOL. XXVTr.; rttrjisnhimuGiT. TirGTtLAND county.' ohio, Thursday. February., la im, NOTICE THE rOURTriF COMMOV v, PLEAS, lllghlnnd ,iity Imp - 4 Partltlna. Oliln, -.- , IJAUf, CAMPHKM, Elle.ah.tl, Kev, John Oomr hell, Mura-aret K nr, and Wa-hlnrt Klngy her tiuaband, Catharine CanipheM nnd l.vdt -fN,miiell, will lake entire that pe"M"n' flM agitnet that on the (Atli) flfth die of Jtniliry, A. I. IMII, In tie Court of Common Plena, within and f,r tnldennnt Highland, by Trnvlr T. ftarnelt. t,d Surah A. Aar-. Belt, M wife (and la now pendlor, herein hIH Tree, let T. Garnet and Sarah A.Oaiant. hla He) demand partition- aflh following real e.tnl tn,li: . FIRST TRACT. Bitnate In thaonnnty nf MUhland. State r.f Ohl. na k water.nf ClearCreek. the n'l train Wi part Jemee Bnvti-p'iirtijr, No. t,St boundd aud dr.. rl...

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 February 1864

8t UILL8BOIlOUOir, OHIO. Thursday, Tcb. 18. 1864 V vsw-1eiVi. at- LATEST NEWS. LATEST NEWS. Escape of Prisoners from Richmond. One htintlrea and nlne.'o'f 'oar officers confined in Llbty prison made" their ef- cape last week, by dicing a tunnel tjr? berths Willi, U John Morgan. nnmber'of them hav .errlved : at Fort- ress Monroe, but the rale'ofthe remin lor Is still in deubf, and it is feared ina bt of them have been reeaptured. A dispatch from Fortress Monro an nouees thst Col. Strelghl and seven teen of the one hendred or more .officers wbO eeesped from the Libbj Prison aro lift. Later Particulars. Captain ttVlla'ckvof tho Slat Indians Col. Straight's . regiment, has anived here from Libby Priion. lie ssys the esesped prisoners commenced diguing out'on New Year's night, and took tarns in digging, each man taking small sack into the ex'esvation, filling with earth, and then passing it - undor lis body to the others, who emptied and returned it. Tbe passage was fifty fret long, and ...

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 February 1864

Matters about Home. Matters about Home. "X." Bal..'.rtWr.1 .llYif If papar. with k,,rkd appotlte their n"ee, "l mtirtnd lima for which tbty h padd i4A t in that tha Arrivals and Departures of the Mails. tntlrtnetl Mutt Daltv r-v rallmad, except Sundays. . Arr"ea 7 F. M. Mull spent I P. M. , Pepartt 40 A. M. Mall elnaet S "AM. ." ftnaeelt, l.ttichtmrr, vtthoro, BlanriMte. ew lerinn, New 1.en.tt", T.eeabnre. Sleet Stanme. Ore-wfleld.andatt nther yeMnta cn the railroad, S by that mailt alto, Chllllr-wlia and Marietta. BfaTaelll. Wall rriee. Monday Wedneedave, and Friday", 10 P. M P-par" T",I","T"- Thnrtdayt and Sntnrrfara. 7 A.M. Mall . n SO A . M. Cllltlii Mall ArrtTMi Wnndara and Thnradeea, F. M. Peparte Mwide.yi and Thnredaye, 7 A.M. Mall eWe S SO A. M.' BreenSeM, New PeterarmrT, Haw Bo' tan, Ttalntbera Balnhridew a., gnhr Ih'amall. .. . yeiettevllle Mall Arrlm Mnndnrend FrMara, It M. Thwrtl earn- dav. at 1 F. M. Mail elow 1 F. M. Weatilaata Mall Arrla Friday. 4 F. M. Depart! Thnrtd...

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 February 1864

Farmer's Department. Hints for the Season. 1. II0P8E8. Xln arotkins hone nonl be weM rarei tor, end when tby rfjotjap for tba ntyhi their Irjrs n ! feet ihoold be rsrtfully elesnetl of mud aoti rubbed dry. Do not let I h . mud rfrt wri and remain until the mornino-, to M brushed off just aa ' the team h go hito tlie mad again, bat clean it off at (!', and if the horse he foal ho mora about the fctlools or heels, (each thet ever with eil or ointment1, so the fltVensy- have the benefit of a nijjiit to neat ia, and the akin become better filed lot another day. In the mud 6orachea, 'grea 10 a n d li k e To 41 b u m ors omaerac eotcif fret ana feel aurms the tauddy seiserv Now the hair be gins te etnrt on the hones' bodies, and they seed to be ftithfully curried, rub befl and trashed, to korp the" akin rlean and lirsly. Da not use a wire curd tip en a ahln -skinned horse; tho curry comb, brail1, and a wisp of afravr, are the beet tliioi with whioa to clean a . - V. i-.l . j ,. : IF"-Cjtt...

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