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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 25 February 1864

' ' (L J. L. D O AH O MAN,? Editor , and Proprietor.) Jfamtlg lounral DtfalA to Uttos, f olitics, literature, Agriculture, Pitrlids, t. 5 $1 50 a Year; Strictly in Advance. vol. xxvir. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 25, 18C4. NUMBER 44. TnecocnT or common PLKAS, Illghlnnd touiily, Ohio. NOTICE. r.telioa for Partition. IATL CAMPT.Er.T., Klixniwth Key. .!'". Cnmp. loll, Mfirimrot Kinjr, nl Wa-hinptu Ktnjr, IW lnUMnfl, Cfttlmrlne Camp ''oil, nivl TT'liA Cnniplifll, will Inkn nolle thut fi titin was fld npiitust thorn ' on tlie (Ath) firth tiny of Jnrnmry, A. D. 1KM, in the Court nf Common Pleas, within and fir wild count of HlKhlntid, by Tinrlra T. Oiirnott, and 9nrnh A. Our. list., hl wlf (und I now p-ruUnr, whrrln snM Trnr ic T. Onrnoit nnd Snrnh A, OarnMt, hi wllo) demand a partition of tko foilowlns rcnl estats to-Wit: FIltfiT TRACT. Bttnntt In thaconnty of Hlgrtlrinn', Stfite of Ohio, on th( watnm of C1ar ('rec-k. the flrsit tract hHng part nf J a mod Bayt...

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. — 25 February 1864

t pgfiliMi) plus. "iliLLsnoROtTait, onio. - - Feb 25. 1804 ks. TV iLl'LLi ' 1 LATEST NEWS. The lUet new from Shermin's ex pedition ii from rebtl iouroei. It is - to cCToot tlifti Sherman it unkina; for Mobilo, anil that Vol It's army 10 mall to oppoo him. Slicruian m at Morton at last aer-eunts, whilo Polk had fallen back to Meridian, for which ho is TMndly rated by tho robal paper. AJ viral Farragut wa preparing to co-op-rate in tho attack on Mobilo, and wc nay look lor stirring news aoon. There has beon no forward movement jet from Chattanooga. Congress ia at last through with thu new Enrollment act, and wo will giro a tynopsia of it neit week. Hpntsyilm, Ala,, l'b. 2a.Offi eial information from General Dod: vat reeiivcd at General Lngn'i hend jnartr to day. that the rebel, aup poeed to bo Rnddy'e command, attompt ed to croaa the Tennessee river at three different Ferriee, but were driven back by Dodjje'e tronpi. The loaa of Union troopa cry alight; ' 1 The Texas paper have long a...

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. — 25 February 1864

Matters about Home. "X." SnWrlti.ra nvililni Ihaff lsfi"Tt lth an' h.trkad .ii"xlt Ih'lr nam, trill "' l Tstand I hut the Ulna fur sjrlllrh thus hnta palil nas rapinn. Arrivals and Departures of the Arrivals and Departures of the Mails. tln.-lnnsM Mail P 'I'r 1 , raftmsit, tfrtpt Snn-lsTa. Arr'r.s ' P. M. Mill ..tvin S P. M. n.,,n. fl 40 A. M. M.ill r !.- "O A M. R.i.-.. I.stlriil.tirff, M -tlnnm, tllaiirriaef, Vt.nns, Now l,..ia:f. , l,.r..ir. Faf Mnnr". flr"li(ll1. anil nil of hr tmlnta on tint r-illrial, go h this m ill-, alait, f litlll'--h an.l M .rtt'a. BJ.tTssttte Mill rrl. M'mlsr.. WnTt"ilfl-i, an.l 'iMw, 1ft M rtrai'is Tnr...iiv, THnmdii.vt and Kit'iMnr. T A. M. Kail 1m A IM A M. Cailllriith Mall Arrive, Mr.nva and Tl-tirail-ivs, f P. M Tl.virta Mm.'sv, ami Tliuradura, T A. M. Kill rtn.a DMA H, ).-iifit.1, N,.. Prlsr-nitr., aw ttoStntl, Ttalnannm B ilnlirldt; , .i l.v tli'arnstt. VnTottfvlllai Wall Arrl M.imlavs and Frlililr. 1 M. rirts tam ilatra nt a P. M. Mill rlii.s I 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. — 25 February 1864

Farmer's Department. Farmers' College. Th ffoprUtor of Farmer' Colic-go; locit4 t Colleg. IIUI, Hamilton coup. ty, Ohio, ItaiTin offered tht institution , ith all tho lulldng and lands, as a cifttotha State, as a State Aericultu- ral Co.lf-g. -antler th law of Conrem donal'ino- land for SUoh ifl astablish- ment, Mr. Newton, on the 5th inst , in tro-Iaoed a bill into tlio Senato aeccpt ina th fcift, and a Resolution lor tlic appoiatmeot of a Committee to visit tha College and report the results of their visit. Tha resolution, after o langthljr debate, wsa adopted. Fjr mera College it finely located, and if accepted, will mo a long bill of ex pense to tho State. On the Sib. inst., the Houso pot- t rt n ft A 11 ntil next session, the Senate resolution for a eomroittee to visit Far mcra' College. Ohio Former. The Hamburg Exhibition. Th. Hon. Josenh A. WriKlit. wl o attended the Hamhurf? International liStiililfinn as the Commissioner from this government, has submitted a re nnri of his ...

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. — 3 March 1864

J. L. BOAHI)MAN,( Editor and c opi i o t' t. VOL. KXVTT. Jfamiln Journal $)el)dA to FITLLSTWKOUGH. HIGHLAND Ipcfos, )Alitic$, pferainre, Agriculture, COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 18G4. $arl.cte, fa. S $1 50 a Year; r Strictly in Advance. NUMBER 45. , t.imi rump- t i Kim?, hr 1 i (''iinjiltll, .ffiilhst thorn iwit. In the -iM i-nnntv of . i i I) . .,- . . I i r-r i i. -h.'I Smith A. f.ur- ... i - . w tlir, tvbnrrln all Trav- . ,,. , . 't A.llrtrnMt. Iiin (Vtlr) itunillual 0 ,, f..,l.nvinn roal iftnta to-wit: KlllST TRACT. !, I I' "'. "f Mlishlnnil, Stoto of Olilo. on ...r, if ('l'r Cwk, III" lift trurt ttlir part of I i . H:ivt'j'- MiirT,jrt No. '2,:i'2.V bounilel antl dua ... I ii- follow-, ll' irhinliiE iit tho prnnn' oornc-r fn, tract of land own1 .v .lolin IhiimiIh'II In his lirt-llmp) on Swonnn(-n' Hon, In th lln of lot So. 1ft: thonrn N. V$ Avf. W. 1 2 iioIck to a stuko In rnlcninn tWlph'a lino; tlinnco S 7.1 ilin. W. 4H noli-, with raid (loti-mnn Holih's 1 to n stuko; thr-...

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. — 3 March 1864

hall itriks their namci from tht tn rollmtnt liati, 8aa. 7 protiJoi dial toy ma.intr tr toaman who too bt draCuJ aliall nat right to tutor th natal tsrViot if lit prcfort it, on t!rotory proof that nt ii t marintr or ataman by rotation; aoJ any mariner or teaman now in tht army may La trantftrred to tht nary the number of tuch tranafers not to oxoeeJ 10,000. Soo, 8 proviJta that wlita any draft ed mariner to enlists into tht naval ier tioi ho ah all ba creditodl on the quota of tha ward or township in which ho ii drafted. ' ' Sais. 9 providei that all future enlinl rneoti into tht naval soi-rioo of moo lia ble to nervioi under the tet of March 3, ISO I, shall be credited to the tub distriot where they are enrolled. . Tho remaining Motion of the law may be briefly tummed up at followi: No persons of proper age art exempt from draft exeent for nliT;jl or ma, tal disability, or luoh at hare bcon in tho military or naval sorvioa two years dining the proaent war and been hon -, orably di...

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. — 3 March 1864

Matters about Home. "X." ' Bnberrlhere receiving their rpnr with on "X" ,rknd oppn.lta their "ntrtea, will midcratniid that the time lor which Umy Have: paid eiplretl. Arrivals and Departures of the Mails. Cincinnati Mall-Dally by railroad, except Sitnilaya. Arrive. 7 P. at. Mull mwi S 1'. M. Depart. C 40 A. M. Mull clnar. 8 30A.M. Unwell, Lvnctibttrir, Veathnro, fllanrlm.ter, Krw iennn, Now Lealnet.i., Lea.linrir, Ent Monroe. Greenfield, And ell other point, on lip railroad, go by thia mailt al.o, Chillieothe mi '1 Marietta. Mavavllln Mall Arrive. Monday., Wednawlaya, and Friday., 10 P. M. Dcparta Tuee.lnv.. Thuradaya nnd ntnnbiv.. 7 A. M. Mull rlo.a B !W A.M. Ckllllaothe Mail Arrive. Monday, and Thiirmbive, 7 TV M. Depart. Mondays and Thursday., 7 A. M. Mnlleln.eall an A. M. Greenfleld, New Fetetuhnre-, Hew Bontnn, Hnltuboro BalnhrldKa c, no by this mull, yavettovllle MailArriroa Monday" and Friday.. 12 M. Dep.rte eame dnya at 9 P. M. Mali ulnae. 1 P. M. Wa.hlnfton Mali Arrive. Fr...

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. — 3 March 1864

Farmer's Department. Spring Seeding of Grasses. Nearly nil Ttiriotics of our cultWitcd pr. r, c xcpt timothy, are most gontr ully sown in tin prini. Timothy, anil sometimes tru clover, re often pntin with tht fall wheat, wliiflh VT8 think is he "netter prsctiee, ei-peeislly for tht timothy, udIcm this gran, is put in as rop by itself on a well-tilled field in th fall, tho mma m t crop of whett is pntin. Thii practio inmost common in Southern Ohio, where the timothy crop is very much of.an articlo of tradu in the river markets. In iSortliern Ohio, the more general practice is still to sow nearly all gnj soeds in the vrricp. and as the lesson is now ceir at hand for this operation of farm has bandry, we rail the attention of furmars t the sal jecf, aa it is always best to talo time by the forelock, add be ready against the proper time arrirta for do log the work in its season, and in the best manner. The priacipal cultivated grasses in Ohio, are timothy, red clover, aod Ken tucky lluc...

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. — 10 March 1864

f a it , ' n- 9 r .v . -s , i1 i ii m J. L. BOARDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor.) & Jfamtln goumal gckJA to $fcfos, politics, literature, Agriculture, larkct$, k ! $1 50 a Year; Strictly in Adrarcc. VOL; -XXVII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. MARCH 10, 1804. NUMBER 46. NOTICE 1 TtfEroiTnTOF COMMON VI.KAiJ. Htghlninl county, PoMlon fop Fnrtlt.nii. PWTi CAMPRFTJ., Klfzahr-h Key, Julin rmp bell, Muriramt Kluif, nnd Winl.inirtnn K.njr, lior nntan1, f!,ttli.trine Oiuupl'll, ami I.vlift 'nnihn1v will Uke nntirn that a petition wits 11 1ml Airnhint tlitini on the ("tli) fifth (I ny of Jminnry, A . T). lHi.t, In th f'ourt of (!ommon s"Imh, witliin nnd for wild comity ol llttihlnnd, hy Tra!.' T. I:irnitt, nnd fttrah A. Our Helt hi wlfo (and I now (.'n.1inn wlipmin aiiM Trav c T. OarnettanrtSftnili A.Onrnntt, hU. wllo) domand a partition of tho following rnl tnt to-wft: FIRST TRACT. H bi bt It "l 8itimt? In tho county of fTlfclilanrl, Stnt of Ohio, on tho watnraof Cloar Crei'...

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. — 10 March 1864

niLLSBonouan, onio. 11 Thursday, . March 10, 18G4. LATEST NEWS. Piiiengers irrifed it Cairo on Tuei-diy. who laft Vicksbarg on tU 3J, Ute that Gan. Sherman had returned to Vickabnrg with his army. Tha Naw Hampshire Stata election haa resulted gloriously for the country. Gilmora, Unian candidata for Gover nor, hai over 4,000 irajority, and tho Legialatura will be Union by a large majority. Gen. Grant's nomination ns Lieut. General was confirmed, and ho is now in Washington, consulting with the au thorities as to the next campaign. The Draft has been postponed to the 1st of April, when it is stated, it will positively take place. There was a shock of an earthquake at San Franciseo lait Saturday. The Elections in East Tennessee. Knoxvillk, March 4. The county elections yostordsy passed off quietly. The wholo number of votes cant, iu . Knoxvillc, was 261; against an average vote in peace times of 700. Making a! lowanoe forabfantoes in tho army, the vote is full, and larger than was anti...

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. — 10 March 1864

Matters about Home. "X." Rntttrrlton rerelylnf; tlntf pnpeVi' wrtri tf "X ' naarfcid oppmlti their miM! will niirteratand that thi time for which they hya paid hM aaplred. "X." Arrivals and Departures of the Mails. Cincinnati Mali-Di.l1 tv fnitrnnd, rept ftoadAjri. Arrl'MTP. M. Mntl rrtienl S P. SI. fepart0 10 A. M. Mull (Inaea M M. RhhmII, Lynchburg, Weifhnrn, Btnnchneter. New Vienna. No" Lealnirti ;', l.ecahnrg, 'Eaet Monroe, Oreenfleld. and all other pnlnta ,on the railroad, go bf thin mMi alan, Olillllcnthn and Marietta. Mayayltla Mull rrlTM Mofldaye, Wcrtnoadaye, and Friday", 10 P. M. Iiepnrla Titoaitayi. Thnrertayi and Saturday!, 7 A.M. Mull Hmx A 30 A. M. Ckllllrotha Mall Arrive Monrtnia and Thuradr, f P. M. D"p.rte Monday", and Tlinradiiye, 7 A. M. Mull elo"e A SO A. M. OreenlWbl, Now retcrahnre:, TTw Boaton, Rnlnaboru Blnbrblge Ac, goby thlemall. , Fayitteyllte Mall Andrei Motidnve and Friday", 12 M. Ileparta lima day" at P. M Mult cloaea 1 P. M, Waahlngtnn Mall Arrive) Fri...

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. — 10 March 1864

Farmer's Department. [For the News. LETTERS FROM A FARMER'S SON. Two Ways of Farming. 4 Mu, Kpitoh: WIkil 1ms In come ol the Agricultural con tributors of the News? If tin.1 answer was given it would doubtless be: We lmvo some thing of moro importance to think of than writing about Ag riculture. True, the saving of our glorious Union from de struction both by Rebels in the South, and Vallandigham trai tors in the North, should be the ambition of every true Ameri can. Yet it need not take the whole timo of those not engag ed in the suppression of the Re bellion. This is a time of vast importance for the Farmer. When this war is over, and the whole peoplo of the United btates return to tlicir old occu pations, Society begins to go on with greased wheels, and things once more seem as thry were, it will take an enormous iraount of farm products to sup ply the demand. '.Now where is this supply to come from? Principally from the States that have not been curbed by the cruel monster, War....

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. — 17 March 1864

k ' ( " J. L. DOARDMAN.j Editor and Proprietor.) Jfnmtlir iountal icbflicb is pus, oIttics, literature, griculfttrf, Ibids, fa. IZ?1L. VOL. XXVII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH .17, 1864. NUMBER 47. NOTICE- TT!R COTTWT OF TOMMON ") PetMfot PLKA9, Ilighliind county, fr Ohio. J Partition. PAtTfj CAMPBELL, KlfenhMh Key. John Gimp bfU,Mftririirot Kinu:, and Witching ton King, hr )iUNlmnt, Cfttlmrtno Ciiniptinl.. Ainl Tyrtln Campl-HI, will Ink ti(rtif that ft potltion was fllftl Afwlnxt tli obi on the ("th) fifth day of January, A. I). int.. in th Cotirt of Cummnn IMimw, within and for naifi county of Hlfchlanri, by Tmvlc T. GririitMt. find lirn1i A Ur iwtf. hin wife (and U now pnrlfiifr wlioroln Raid lrnv ic T. (iamfttand Sarah A. tiarnelt, liinwiln) demauU a pur tit Ion of the following roal MtaU to'wlt; first TRACT, flltnnt fn Oio eonnty of ntMand, State of Ohio, oh the wntnr of Clear t'roek, the flrt tract bHnu; part of Jampn Bnytnp'e iiirvry, No. bounded and d...

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. — 17 March 1864

Ct Digblanir Uttos. niLLSBonouan, onio. Than.iay,' March 17. 18G4. LATEST NEWS. Call for 200,000 More Men. City far" orto-ay oeana.7,.for contain the President's call for 200,000 more men. If not raised by volunteer ing;, a draft will be made on the 13th of April. All Government bountiea cease en Ike 1st of April. ' The Hrooklya Sanitary Fair yielded over 1330,000, clear of ail expenses. The Cleveland Fair over $100,000. ' fWefVry Chaae h written a mag- ' aenioiorts end patriotic letter, declining to be a candidate for the next Presi Jsney. t A law allowing aoldiera to rate baa again passed the New York Legislature, and thic lime waa wel vetoed by Oov. Seymour. It waa laat week ratilsd by the people by aa everwhelmiag aaajeri iy. . Our lose ia tbe late battle ef Olustoe, .TUriJs.will reach 1800. Tbe rabela dtait a loss of 900. i A formidable expedition i about to atari p Red river, to aerate agaiast thercVela ia Weitere Louisiana tad Tcxae. Ocn. Steele will co-operate by land from A...

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. — 17 March 1864

Matters about Home. "X." (Itinrr1lr!i receiving their pripare with an "X" ii,,rked innnalte their hanira, will midcratand that the 1 1 Die for which they hate paid haa egpltvd. Arrivals and Departures of the Mails. Olm-lnnatl Mull Dalle 1 railroad, eScept Snndayt. Hrrl'M'P. H. Mall open S P. M. Depart fl 40 A. St. Mull t l"e S 'SO A. M. Ruaall, Lvnehbiirtr, W.atthorn, Blanrhaafer, Haw Vienna, New I.ev.ln:f, , Tjeeahor?, Enat Monroe, Oreenfleld, and all other point on the. railroad, go hy thl mill: l, Chllllrotha and Marietta. Marevlll Mall Vrrlve Mondava. Wcdnr-edav. and Ft tdnra, 10 P. M Tf-nart Tnoadnva, Thnradayt and Sutnrrtnva, 7 A.M. Mill rloaea A 30 A. M. I!hilllcnthe Mill Arrlvea Mon.tnve and Thnradave, T P. M. n.'pirii Mondavi and Thnradaya, 7 A. M. Mull cloaca 8 30 A. M.' OrnflM, New Peterahnre-, New Boatoh, ftalnaboro RulnlirMgn Ac ., go by thl mall. , . rFaaetteville Mull Arrle Monday end Friday, I? M. Depart iihiw day at 8 P. M. Mull cloaea 1 P. M. WiMnrtnn Mill Arrlvei ...

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. — 17 March 1864

Farmer's Department. About a Garden. The mild days wo aro hav ing, puts one in mind that the vernal days of spring are ap proaching. True, wo will have cold days and perhaps a regular cold term yet, uut the days arc getting longer, and tho Sun stands higher in tho heavens; and if we should sow or plant tho latter end of February, it would not be "a new thing un der the Sun." Some vegetables nro very hardy, and will stand a gooi deal or cold, anions which are Lettuce and Early Teas. Ev erv one who reads and can be made to leave tho old beaten track, is fully posted with re gard to tho advantages of a good iamiiy garden. Uf course our gardeners are fully up with the times, and very well aware that theearliest vegetables will bring the best price. The subject now under consideration is a Family Kitchen Harden for the farmer and mechanic. Things that vou have raised taste better than those that you buy; be sides you have tho satisfaction of seeing them grow and mature, an 1 you can have...

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. — 24 March 1864

amam,.euw 'XIJLVX" ..aiJJI'li'..'UU I J. L. nOARDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor.) Jfamtb journal glcbolci to cfos, oIitic5, literature, Agriculture, Tarfuts, c. t 91 50 A Year; ) Strictly in Advance. vol. xxvn. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1861. NUMBER 48. i B. GREENWOOD, MERCHANT TAILOR & C L 0 T II I B , Union Block, Main Street, opposite the Publlo Square KAS nt received flue and elegant nrtmnt of Hi'lttNO GOODS, con.i.llna: nr Fina Cloth., Uaaaluierc., V..tiiiK. end Tailor.' TrlmmlUKK. Aleo, a (rant a.aortraant of Gentlemen's Fiiruialii.ifc Goods. Hi. ntock of Beady-Made Clothing la of the bant. 9n the flr.t day of March he commenced having his kaady-Made Clothing ll made at homo, under hi. own nporvllon, which will enable him to give full .athfao tlon In every nrxrtloular to every purolimer. . Con and ape for yonfielr. Garment, of all klnili cat and made to ordor, on the shortest notice. Patruiiiie homo manufactory. Home manufactory enuporte poor 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. — 24 March 1864

Bait BQJlitr onto kit master tee torrent vhioh !i etoaped frem hit m as ter mete thoe; fee shall dwell wllh tbe, Ton among you, in that plaoo wliieVt ha hall thoott In ont ef thj galea: thou halt not oppreas him." But tha pro Tgniita of Slavtrj ia tha UsUs. Steiet, forced the Fugiiite Slate Lav pon tha unwilling people, in Jireol telstiort of thii rightaoui tad iaopar atita eommanJ. Ii Amerieen Slirary, than, ordained of GeJ, atoing it origina tod in, and haa teen preserved hj, jrimei which, in God's word, it it dt elared thall ba punished will death? Can it ho a hoi; initiation when its T0t It tiIT Again, it ii laid that Slavery ia right, tjeeauie Ood oommnnded tho Iaraehtci to base tlarat of tha heathen round about than. Sat there wera many olhar thingt ha commanded them to do lh, that would not bo admitted to be right now; inch nt making war on tha heathen for tha tola purpose of ooquet or eitermination It ia right to take life and property whan they have been forfeited, but wher...

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. — 24 March 1864

Matters about Home. "X." abwrlb.r rer-elelnr; their paper " marked opnoalte their natnea. will nndeMtand thai the llm for which they hat. paid haa eplred. "X." Arrivals and Departures of the Mails. Unclinetl Valt-Pelly tT rallrnarl. r.pt Snnday. Arrlr 7 P. M. Mull open ( P. M. popart (I 40 A. M. Mult clnM f .10 1. M. Ttnaeell, l.ynehbiirn, Wethoro, H!nrhater, 7e Vienna, New Leilnfrtc.li, Leeebntf. Kaet Mourn.. reenfleld, and all of her polntl on the railrmd, go hy th in mall; alao, Chllllmthe anrt Marietta, ferarllle Mnll Arrlre Monday. Wedneadaya, tad Frldara, 10 P. M. Depart Tueadnra, Thiireday and datiirdaya, T A. M. Mall rhino (Ml, M. Chllllrnth Mall Arrlre Monday and ThnradaT, P. M. Depart Monday and Thnradaya, 7 A. M. Vail close fi 30 A. M. rtreenflatd. New reterabnrtj, New Hoston, jUtfiaooro Bnlnbrldfr Ae., by thl mall. . . Fnrettevlll Mall Arrlre Monday and Friday, ft M. Depart ume day at P. M. Mnll rloae I p. M. Wnhln:ton Mall Arrlre Friday 0 P. M. Depart ThurdT,7 A. M. Mal...

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. — 24 March 1864

Farmer's Department. Treatment of Damaged Peach Trees. At a Into meeting of the Cin cinnati Horticulural Society. 'Mr. Hanna read an article on the treatment of damaged peach trees, which, N3 it i of interest here, we puMisli entire: ' "In 18 kS, Jnnunry the tenth, (10th,) the tliermomcter fell to 18J degrees below zero, which was 2 1 degrees lower tlifui this winter, it being 1G below zero on on the 1st and Oth of January. In 1818, nil peach buds and many trees were killed. I had a choito peach tree tn all appear ance dead; at least it was pro nounced so by Mr. Savers, of Cottage Garden, and Mr. J. C. Ferris, both fruitgrowers. Cut the bark, and it had the appear ance of molasses between the bark and wood, and the bark on the bodv whs siilit own. I was f ', , , i i , i j t bo comment it was uoau mat i tnnic mi nv mid rut 1 ir nn nil within eighteen (18) inches of the both', and intended to dig up the tree when the ground le- '.I . 1 1 - i. . 1 . A. .. . (."lllie MlliNUlU l piaill S...

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