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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 31 March 1864

' 0 ' ' J. L. BOARDMAN.j Editor and Proprietor. . Jamtln $0untal---Mti! to $Jctos, politics, literature, Agriculture, $$aricf$, &t. 51 50 a Year; . Strictly In Advance? vol. xxvir. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1804. NUMBER 49. B. GREENWOOD, Merchant tailor &. 0 L 0 T It I t B . Union Block, Main Street, opposite the Publlo Square UA9 tnt rnwIrM a line and elegant assortment of Ht'RINO OOOTM, mnelstlnR ef Kin Cloth, V'asimero, TnltiiRn, and Tntlers' Trimmings. Alio, a ml assortment ol Oontlomen' ForBt.htnr floods, Hi. mock of lloadv-Mado Clothing I. of the best. On thn flrnt (lev of Mnrch he commence having; his Reaily-MedeOlnthlnR all made nt homo, under hi. own aunervltinn, which will enahlohlm t gin full atlsfac tlon in every particular to ever purchaser. Coma and ee for yourself. ' Garment, of all kind, cut and mad loonier, on lb hortest notice. Patronir-e honie manufactory. TTomo manufactory npport. poor and industrious people. B. GBEBXWOOTt. ...

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. — 31 March 1864

Itio biitorj of mankind a liUla farther lack tban tlx limo of Jewish patriarch", and let whether there might not hart boon Homo emlonm among tli antedi luvlans, which would ba au italic . to in troduoo Ilia prmnt day. It if undeniable that alavcry and po Ijginay both cxiitsd among tho Jcwi, ai well at among etbor nations of that agr; but that iViry wcra pcrniitted to hate suoh inititutions ia no proof that are warranted in tha same. It is true that, to this day they ex.ir, in all their pristine tigor, amoag Moltamma dan, btt that docs not mako it lawfnl for Chrittim$ to cherish them. In no Tiew cf the case ia Hebrew alavcry a warrant for American slavery , for it waa not of the heinous character of the latter. Of one thing rra may be assured there can bo co barm in advocating Freodom, and opposing Mormonisra, but there may bo a fearful orime in not doing to. Slavery, especially, ia directly averse to the eenius of the Oosrel. It acta at naught the rulo of rules the Golden rale enunc...

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. — 31 March 1864

Matters about Home. Subacrlber repairing their pnpara "'" k.arkod oppoalle their name., will nnder.tnndthat tin time for which they hare paid haa explftd. 11 Arrival and Departures of the Mails. Cincinnati Mn.ll-TtnllT bv railroad, ecepl Sundaye. Arrlvea 7 M.1 Malt opens 8 l. M. T.part 0 40 A. M. Hull elpaee 5 .1n A. M. Kni.aH, I,nrhlur, Voathorn, Blanrhaatar, 7ew Vienna, New Tjox ln;ti li, l,eo.bnrr, Eaet Mnnroa, Greenfield, and all other polnte on the railroad, go hy thin mall: atao, Chlllieothe and Marietta. MaTMI Mall Arrleea Monday, Wedneedara, and Friday., 10 P. M. Pepirta Tn",lnT, Thnradayt and Saturday", T A. M. Mall chwea 1 3" A. M. Callllrotha Mull Arrlrea MonTi and Thnradnte, P. M. Peparla Mondnya and Tlinridajra, 7 A. M, Mull clwc r. an A.M.. .. . Ore-.nA.ld, Kew Peterahnra;, New Boiton, Italnaboro Balnhrlda-o e., by till" mall. ' raTettevllle Mall Andrea Mondiifa and Frldaye, U M. Iparl mm daye at 2 P. M. Mall tin... I P. M . T.hln-ton Mnll-Arr1r Frldaya Daperte TlniMda...

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. — 31 March 1864

Farmer's Department. Anticipated failure the Wheat Crop Anticipated failure the Wheat Crop---Plant more Corn. The past winter having been very unfavorable for tho grow ing "Wheat, has led to a general anticipation of a short crop. Gol. S. D. Harris, editor of the Ohio Farmer, say?: "Having just returned from a considerable circuit of travel in Eastern and Central Ohio, and Western Pennsylvania, wo have to rrport tlio wheat crop as not very promising. Some, indeed many field."? all along our route, but more particular ly in Central Ohio and Western Pennsylvania, look as if they would . como out well, while many others show no signs of life at this time. Two or three weeks of sunshine will tell whether the fields are to go un der entirely, or whether they w ill come to life again." On this subject, the editor of the Oallipolis Journal gives his renders good advice, which will apply also to this county. He says: It is generally believed that the wheat crop "of 1SG1 will be very short. ...

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 April 1864

'"" 1 " it i i : . i i - - ' - , ' it . 1 1 i g -'' " ' . J. L. DOARDMAN.j Editor and Proprietor.) voi,. xxvn. lamill lpnml--itbldr to HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND fete, ffllitb frtafurc, rictilhu-c, COUNTY, - OHIO, THURSDAY.' APRIL 7, 1801. ITnrfds, t. $1 60 a Year; Strictly in Advance. NUMBER 50; B. GREENWOOD, MERCHANT TAILOR &. CLOTHIER, Union Block, Main Street, opposite the Fttblio square n' AS tint received fin. and elegant assortment of BPRINU (1O0PS, consisting of Fine Olothif, t'almerv, Vaatlngs, end Tallom' Trimmings. Also, a great aaaortmani of Gentlemen's Furnishing Oooita. On tk Itrst day of march he rmnTnenreo' having hie tily-Mnde doming It of the best. . ,feady-MadeCMhlng nil mad. nt horn, under his own faupervlslon, which will ennblehlm t. give full antlsfHc , tion tn .very partlcnlar to .vary purchaser. Come and 'aae fee vnnraelf. 1 Garments of lt kind! ent and made to order, im tb emorteat notice. Ptronl home tnannftotorr. TTomo mannfantorj wppr-rta poor and Indnetr...

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 April 1864

""niiiLSBoouon. onlo. Thursday, - April 7 18C4. bj ... -'ins te LATEST NEWS. W lav mor good news from the Hed River xpedilioo. A foroe sent out from Alexandria to Natchitoches, 73 Ue bevond, niet larg body of th niniT, Urned thoir flank lad ftp nrii 200 rrinnnsriL several esnoen and - r a Urge quantity of caissons, to. Aiother light is reported to bT taen plaea (a Southwestern New Mtxi to, between oar troops and tba Apohe; forty of tbe lattar wart killed. Meier MeFarrin. chiefof General Carlton'a stsff, reports the nnoonditiona surrender of tbe entire Navajo nation numbering nearly 6,000 Indiana, who vera beicg colleotad at Fort Samnor All iinuiat at tbe front in the De partnent of the Cumberland. Jons TON'S fercei are estimated at 35,000 mn. The rnemv ahowa no evidence of intending offensive movements. All is quiet in and around Knox ilia. Taraon Brownlow, however. telegraphs biabalif that Lc-NOSTtiHT is preparing to move into Kentucky. It ia pretty certain, that Bccksib is massing...

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 April 1864

Matters about Home. loheerlbef reeeMne: their jmoart With n B.arked oppoelte their nnrr.es, will n nndefatand that th time for which the hare paid ha expired. Arrival and Departures of the Mails. Cincinnati Matl-TaltT b railroad, aarapl gdndlyi. ArrlreaTP. M. Mall opens S P. M. leparta 0 40 A. M. Mall lae SO A. Russell, l.TBchborr, AVestboro. Blanohaster, Wew Vienna, New treainertt.u, teeehnrg, Bast Monroe, nrernHeld, and all other fln on the. railroad, o hr thla mail; also, Ohlllionthe and Marietta. Msraallls Mall ArrlTe Monday. Wedneedays, and f rldaya, 19 P. M. Departs TneadaTs, Thnradey and , Satnrdny. 7 A. f. Mall aloeee t 80 A. M. Chllllrothe Mall ArrlTe Mendae and ThnradaT. P. ST. Depart Monday! add Thursdays, T A. at. Mall close 30 A. M . ftreenlleld, New Pelanbnrir, Wer Boston, Haiti bora . Balnbrldt An., an by this mall. FaTettevllle Mail ArrlTee Monday and Fridaye, 1 M. . Doparta sama day at S P. M. Mall cloaee 1 P. M. Washington Mall Arrlrea Friday S P. M. Depart . Thnrs...

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 April 1864

Farmer's Department. [From the Ohio State Journal. Fruit Prospects. trees of various kinds in quite a number of localities around tho city, and . am happy to say the prospects are not quite a3 unfa vorable as represented in the Journal of this morning. Apples are considerably in jured, especially the early va rieties, but cnoughhavc escaped to, afford an average crop, and it is not likely the buds will be in jured after this time. roaches arc badly injured; all the fruit buds, and most of the small branches being kill ed, but I do not think many of the trees will die from the effects of tho winter, unless they were very old or previously diseased. They were as badly injured in 186b, and many persons thought them killed, but most of them recovered the following sum mer. The ; trees need . to bo plunea generally, as soon as the bud3 have started, cutting back all the limbs to healthy bark and buds. The dark color of the wood under the bark need not cause apprehension. Cherries, of the...

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 April 1864

- " ' " m"'ummm ''""mik .nsiis nrrmmix.uiMm mm mm. mm, , ,v hi i I.,-,....-. ... a..... i. Mm,wmwmr-. , ' . . , ... ,,, lt rr , , m ,- '. .a t , J. L. BOARDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor.) vol. xxvn. imnrltt journal ltljofcir ia gjctos, politics, literature, grtenltorr, IITLLSBOIIOUGH. . HIGHLAND COUNTY. " OH 10? lliRSM SI arhdst c. M, 1804. J $1 50 A Year; Stridtly in Advance. B. GREENWOOD, MERCHANT TAILOR & OLOTHIBB, Union Block. Main Street, opposite the Publlo Square UA8 ttmt received a fin. and oteffnnt assortment of Sl'IHNO OOODH, consisting ir Fine Cloths, Casslmeros, Vcstlngs, and Tailors' Trimmlnm. Also, a t;roat assortment of Ocntlemon'a Furnishing Unods. Ilia stock of llnady-Mado Clothing la of the bout. On tim flrst day of March he commenced having hla Tteady-Mada Clothing all made at home, under liin own supervision, which will enable him to glvo full aatlsfnc tlori Id .very particular to every purchaser. Come and co for yourself. Oarmciite of nil kind, cut and made to...

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 April 1864

lliem on til men, without exception, who ar In fvor of bringing his breth ren f tho South lo t ien'9 of their doty. Hut Ihiatriok will not do, Mr. "Reform er." That handful of men wore follow ing thair owo icunseN ops-rating by heniitlvei running their own candi dates, &.o. Tho K 'publioan party which ledtcd this Administration, (if jou do nolknow it,)wft adiffcrcnt iustifuMjn. If, iftr;tho abo!it'toni.-t found iIk'j wr r too weak to accotnp'ish anything by s rparate aotion, sonio of llm mora m 1 1 rata of thtai fell into th Republican ranks, wo aro not to Homa "y you wore. Tor bavins all the tru!-' and fire-eaters of the ?0'Jth, as w. II j u aome Tor; bad teen in tl N:n , ;ti , joar prty. With your permi.iKlun, wo shall un dertake to enlighten you a little beinv Vriof in regard to the portion of, the R-pubhoan party dannj li e i Presidential cantans. They aw that aasl.vo btate.hsd wr...y,t .that slavery was still Krsp.nR for more; hat if its progress was not aireatcd, it would ...

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 April 1864

Patters about Dome. S 'Wribora rtclflnts tliflr piper" Yflth rn "X" u. irk.'d v-nn-llt th-lr nm, will moltritnlld Unit lll Unit tor which tlity havt pml hit ipi"o. Arrival nnl Orpurliircs ol tit MmIH. Cl.i-I.in ill M..U T.ny 1v rnltrni.t. "rept Rutnlny,. Ait'v.itp. M. M.HI ln l . Ii.n,irl II 40 A.M. Mull 'I"""" r V , , Vh-.i-u N"W LenInC l'-t..irrr. b-t Monroe. ' .Jw,i;i.....)l1'."'TPlnt. ' lro.., K" i"v;"'m M..;,i'.v.. ftlliY. 10t. M I),.,mrtTivil".1l..ir,l... and 1,tr,l,.vi.. 7 A. M. Mull . lo"... .. HO .O, , Cti'llK-itlit Mall-Arrlv,. M.i.l '" 1 ''" '''"i P M li.pirt Hfoc-Piya and Tliitr-lnys 7 A. .,1. Mull i'lo-" S " A.M. flrn(lM. New IVt.'r-iliiir.r, Vrw Ttnctnn, Unlnilinro B-ilnlifM'.'" .." I'T tlil mill. ,,, ,,, r,ir.iti.vlll.. Mull rrlvw Moiidiivaiind ! rl.lny.. .,.rl..W. .1..- ..t 2l M. M ill i loi. 1 IV M. W-Uitii'fti M.ill-.Vrrivt. Frldaya P. M. I--.rta Tlmr-el iv. 7 A . "M . Mdhl ". h .-ni.t 'lrov Mnll-ArrlvM Hiit.ir.lv, 4 f . M. If . . i.'oi t a. VI M.,11 rime 'i A. M. ...

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 April 1864

Farmer's Department. Vegetable Culture. Ono of the greatest faults in tho cultivation of vegetables, arises from tho mistaken opin ion entertained by many persons, that the quantity of a crop is in creased by closely sowing or planting. Nothing can be more erroneous than such a supposi tion. On the contrary, both in weight and quality, the crop of all vegetables, to be as large as tho quantiy and nature of the ground sown permits, will be found to increase in proportion as sufficient space is afforded for tho proper tillage of the ground during its growth, and for tho admission of the requi site influence and circulation of light and air. The greatest impediment to success in the production of fine vegetables, perhaps, i3 want of due attention to the proper till age of the ground; nothing can supersede the advantages accru ing from deep culture; when the plow is used the sub-soil plow should follow it, and all land, whether heavy or light, (except a sub-soil or pure gravel.) will be...

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. — 21 April 1864

it J. L. DOARDMAIT.j Editor and Proprietor.) VOL, XXVIT. IITLLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, TIIUltSMY, APRIL w r ttUit VVVHV to Ictus, politics, literature, (jrtntltttrc, Parlitfs, tvt. 21, ISO 1. S 91 50 a Year; ) Strictly in Advance. NUMBER 52. C. GREENWOOD, MERCHANT TAILOR & OliOTniBK, Union Block. Main Street, opposite the Public Square UAH nt fwolVP'l Ann ami Al-'ifinr n.tffnlnf rt HiMllVU GOODS. rnnlNthiK of Kit. CloUn. X Aiimori, VHir. ami Tail.-rV Trlmmlnc. AUo, r HPu( ni4rirtm"iir f t.MntIf.n'n FiirnMiliiit 'l.n( HiBHf.c k f Riuly-Mutl Clothing H f Hm n tti rtrt 'ii? f Murch h riunuin ! ln"':! 1. UmWM ilihm all inii'lf nt h im., nn-l'-r itiuvn nii"rvil .. vlii' li Hill pimM.- him t iiiM f j ) ( Hun In mrilrul ir to everv purchaser, C in iin-l .-'II'. -.; '! kin l-i nil nn-l lllu-lp loori-r. - . r.i ,.i i.iii,.u I hi) I. U. O il MIIT.I JACOli SAYLEll 7; .b .r irwi'l.uv f tt.. tvlilrh lit invite tho ntti'iitimi of nil wntitfna tint thine In that line. Aim Hrh.ml urnl 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. — 21 April 1864

1 pgjjlaitfc Uctos. uiLiiSuonuuaii. onio. Tliurgday, - -April 21, 1364. 1 n LATEST NEWS. The entire Ninth Array Corpi ii or dered to rcndflironi at Aaiapolii.- Tiiii drawi largely from tor foro in Eaii Tennesacr, and ligoifici that Gen. BaraiiJe'i oomuiand is bound aonie trhere to do torn big thing. The imperfect report of Gen. McClel lan, eonoernioj; ki aiilitary administra. tie, lately pul lishcri, it to bo oorrected for tie nale of V,' ptoi y, by tbe publioa tion of a!! bis tCn-ul dirpatabca. The omitted ditpatcbts now ljinjr. on Secre tary Stanton'a tublo make a pile a foot and a Lalf high. Gee. Tbilip Sheridan, for a long time in comirtnd of a division of infantry in the Army of (lie Cumberland, has been appointed to the command of the caralry corpa of the Army of tbo Petoniac, to fuccecd Gen. Pleasanton. Ex-Governor Marmaduke, of Mi aouri, died in Saline countr, ia that State, n tho 2 C t h ult., at the a?s of 73. lie had always letn tbcrough.ly lja!, IS' 1!. p . V. . du(iu uh...

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 April 1864

Matters about Home. Ith an Iiu's i fur which they H'l "I'1"'1- Matters about Home. Arrival and Departures of the Mails. Cincinnati W.11-T.I1 r.l1r..l. --"7 . im M Mall opens S r. W. . ,'m. Mali Arrives 1 r. M. " V, . i. If. p0mrliO WA. ; ' Ttlancriairt.r, -7ew Rnaaall, ;yny"". ,'.... Lanahnrst. Knit Monroe, ii.fM.l.nn.lallntti-T P""" ' " liin, hy .hi. mail; l V.' n-d.r.. and M Departs Mondays nd Thursdays, 7 A. M. Balotir .Ibo V " '"J ud FrMnTs. 19 M. De- yarn TI-nr.UT.T A. . "','rrt... 4 P. M. Mails. W. R. SMITH, P. M. Hillsboro, Jan. 14, 1864. NOTICE. NOTICE. ADVANCE IN PRICE. Tr.ti prmt 1ee in prion of Pspr, ;lnk, sr.'' other Priming MftfcrinlK, a 'well' U B3'?",r',rs of ,if' COm T u to aiWun 0 ths prio of our v. .per. From an nrW the 1 of Mg toe-rf.when our new volume comment!., thar-rico to riiikU subsoribers will be Tw D.UXAna a ye"- Pyble ,trict,y In advance. Jlny other country puMisW bava arWansed their prices, and trie foroed t do io or publish ulresdy Test will b their pap...

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 April 1864

Farmer's Department. Grafting Fruit Trees. The time for grafting is as soon as the pan starts freely in the stock to be grafted. The scions should be cut before the enp begins to start, usually in March or earlier, and bo put in a cellar, where they will be kept cool ami .moist. . , , ' It us ah easy matter to graft, any one who "has the slightest ingenuity can do it. The stock should not bo split too far down, but just far enough' to have it pinch the- scion iightly. The split boing started with a knife and hammer, is finished with a hard wooden wedge, sharpened somewhat bluntly. The scions should be watched, and kept in their places while the wedge is drawn. In some trees the inside bark is thick, and the scion with only two or thz-ee buds should boput in next to the wood, for there is where the san comes up. No recrard should be paid to the outer bark. If the scion is set a little slant ing, so that tho two inside lin ings will bo sure to cross some where, it will probably live. ...

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 April 1864

J. L. DOARDMANJ Ed Iter and Proprietor. 3 " Jamilg . mivd$&tlA fir lcto$, politics, tixxt, ' giiculi urr . . . ITarluls, 1c, 91 60 a Year; Strictly in Advance. : VOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. APRIL 28, 1864. NUMBER 1. t- D. GltEEflJWOOD, MERCHANT TAILOR &. .- o of it:. Union Block, Matn Street, opposlt the Pobllo Squire r Tf 13 jiiat received a fine nd element assortment of II 81'RINIi GOODS, emulating of Flue Clothe, Camerw, Veatlnga, and Tailora' Trlmmlnira. Alto, 5reit anrtmeitt of Oontlemen'a rnrnlehlnr Ooode. Hiaatock nf Jteedy.Mitde Clothing It of the beet. . Wn the Bret day of March h onmmenOed having bla Jteady-Made Olotliirig nil nude at hums, oodcr bla own Mievrvleloa, which will .rtehla him to (Ira full eatlafec t tun la every pariicdler to .very purohaeer. Coma and Oiirmentaof allllndjculeddmaJe lo Order, on the Shortest notice. . Patronise bom rnaonf.ietorj. Ilonia manufactory .uppor..pr andlbdu.trloii. t; itliuboro, March fl, 18(14...

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 April 1864

aiiiLSBORouon. ouio. Thursday, - - April 23 1864. LATEST NEWS. OoTcratr Carney, Senator elect from Kansas, whose somewhat Irregular elec tioi to that office by tbs last Kansas Legislature excited sueh a commotion la that State, baa resigned, aad tbe jiestion of a aoceesior to General Lane, will ba itttled by tba next Legis .two. West Virginia an J Ksa'ss late both elected Lincoln delegate! to tba Balti more (Jonvcntioa. " For tbe Test twelve cTayi the. sales of ths 10 40 bonds amount to twenty-four million dollara. Tbe greatest soimtv prevails fa mil itary circle! at Washingtea. The aick in tbe army of tbe Potornae bate been aent to tbe rear; ambulances are being pushed forward; boapital accommoda tion! at tbe Capitol are to bo immedi ately increased to the extent of fifteen thousand bedrj and everything beto iena action in tho fi ll. Lee is said to lave thrown a furea under Lonpstreet into the Shonandoah Valley for the purpoeo of causing a diversion, but thii lias been anticipated ...

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 April 1864

Matters about Home. 9? Snt.scrlkers reclTlng their papers with an "X" ai.trkerl jppiMlt their name, will understand that tn It me lor which they bar paid ha expired. Arrival and Departures of the Mails. Cincinnati UMl-flalWK raHman, except Sunday!. Arrle 1 P. M. Mall nrns P. M. Penarts 6 40 A. M. Mall ct niiM.II, l.-nchburij, Westhr.ro, nianphhr Ifow Vienna, New I."tlnt) o, lihnr, Kat Monroe. Or,nnM,ndll finer polnW n the railroad, o by this mill; al., flhlllk-otlw mid Mat-Mla. Xkv.vIII Mall Hrrlvea Mondays, fdnnsdars, and Ki lit its 10 P M JV-parfs Tiiesrtae, Thnradayi and .itur.laVs, T A. M. Mall closes n 80 A. M. CTIIIimrtie Mi1-arrtvn Mondavi nnd Thtirsdnrs, V M. PnpaTta Monday and Thursdays, 7 A. M. Mail closes J SO A. M. lrennnl.l, New Potershnrir, New Boston, Jtatnsboro Viliinrlilft ., (to by thl. mall, ravettevllle Mall Arrives Monday" and Fridays, 12 M. Impart, same dava at 2 P. M. Mall closes I P. M. Washlnittna Mall Arrives Fridays 6 P. M. Departs Th.tKlir,7 A.M. Miillclo...

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. — 28 April 1864

Farmer's Department. Does Fruit Raising Pay? . cf a practical fruit-grower an swer tho question. Wo find it in tho Gallipolia Journal : Mn. Editor: Finding so many otherwise good farmers, who neglect to pay any attention to setting out fruit trees, I have concluded to present you for their consideration mv Tie VT3 on the profits of an appfo orchard I requently we hoar ttiis class of farmers say "I am to old to net out an orchard. I will not lire to . enjoy the fruit." An other will say "I purchased trees, set them out in sward ground, which I was compelled to pas ture, my horses and cattle browsed upon them until I have only a few stubs left. I hare concluded it don't pay' Aa othersays "I cannot afford to buy trees and wait several years for & return of my money. Now I refer all such, to their neighbors who cultirate four or fire hundred apple trees, and lot them compare figures. In erery case they will find the balance largely in favor of the fruit grow- These short sighted far...

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