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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 5 May 1864

. A J 7t 1 Ml .i as w m is J. L. BOARD MAN,) Editor and Proprietor.) VOL. XXVIII. Jmnilir 3mral Dchftlr iff HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND Uefos, litics, literature, ggrmtlture, COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY UTarhtfs, fa. V 1801 j $2 00 a Year; Strictly in Ahace. NUMBER 2. B. GREENWOOD, MERCHANT TAILOR & OLOTHIBR, tTnton Block, Main Street, opposite the Fabllo Bg,uaro AS Just received ft nne nnrl elegant assortment of I' KINO nnuiiH, consisting or Fin Cloths Caaslnteras. Vest ngs. and Tailors' Trimmings. Also. Jassli great assortment ni uentiomen's r urniuu:ig uocts. Hlaatocknf Ready-Mada Clothing In u tho best. On tha flrst day of March he ooinmehced having hit Ready-Made Clothing mil made At home, nnder his owrt Supervision, which will enable liiin to give full satisfac tlon In every particular to every purchaser. Gome nnd ee for vonraolf. Garments of all klnde cut and mad to order, on the annrtest notice. Patronlr.e homo manufactory. Home manufactory oupports poor attu inausinous nenpi...

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. — 5 May 1864

niLLsnonouan. onio. Thursday, May 5, 18C4. I r".. LATEST NEWS. LATEST NEWS. [Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Gazette. COLUMBUS, May 2. Tbe draft kss bean ordered to com ttenee this week (a lb lit, 2J, 7th ar.d 8th Distr.e'i. Reports from all the dii tried havo not yet ten received bare, 0 It cannot be sssertained bow a nob tbe State la behind on its quota. JflwTBK, May 2. Tho Commer U Fort Monroe letter tayi: Gen. Wetiela' cspturel oommaod ire It Salisbury, N. C , en route to llich kaead. alio that tberibeli cvseoatsd riyaiontb and all Eastern North Csro liaa to swell the ranks of Lee's srmv Also that tbe 10th Corps entire and 18thCorpi Urgfly aujnaDtid are with Gen. W. F.Biuith. Oairillas ars gettinj beld and x tedinfly trjublciome en thci Lower Mississippi. Nearly every boat passing Is lrd opoa. By tbe steamer City of Washington, bare European news to tbe Slut alt. IJsr adfioea are qui e important. The Fraistans lock the Danish stronghold f Duppel cr Dylbol, ss tbe Dane call It...

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. — 5 May 1864

Matters about Home. Stnrll.era rr-"Mnr thrtr pnpr. Tlth a .rlted .ppoii ,l"lr n"""- wlM "" I""'"'"' ,hs llmef.it whl'-h they Inive pnl'l ki eplri-l. . Arrival and Departures of the Arrival and Departures of the Mails. Ulnrlnmtl Mult--TWW l' rnllr.n1, except Stm.lnya. Arrlioa. 7 P. M. Mull ooen. I'. M. iMinirte a 40 A. M. Mull rloae". n tin A. M. Tliiwnll, t.tnrlilinrir, MVallioro. Wani-niister, I.ew Vienna, Vf l.rxni i', l.mhnr, Fat Monroe, flreennoM. anlall other point nt. the rillroa.l, n liy thli iil:-elao, Oillll'-olhn and M'trlniti. M iyIIN. Mmt-Xrrlvn MnmlaYa. We.ltie..tnYe, arM Krliltirs 10 I'. M1 l"tirl Tnr.l.iv. Tlinra.lnye mid Ritiirdiv, 7 A. M. Mull rto-e. A A. M. Cliilll.- itli lUill-Arrlv.-. M..i.'V.v nivl Tli nre.Viva, ! M.. Dijulrta Mot"l5" ,,1 TlmrmHy, 7 A. M. ..il -.!...... r. "ii A M fJicciil .: I, K.'w ivlnrihnrcr, TJear TJoaton, rtnlhstioro Hiiiiil.rli'x" A", " I'V till m"lt. f,ottovill1.0l-Arrlv M..n.liiiri.1 rrMnT..n. i . lv 2 ' . M,il f'" 1 ' TVii.liui-lon Mil...

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. — 5 May 1864

Farmer's Department. Hints About Evergreens. In reply to several inquiries respecting tho proper time to transplant evergreens, wo an swer that our own experience has induced U3 to prefer from tho 15th of March to tho 15th of Mav. aa a choice taking the latter half of this period. Even when tho treo has shot half an inch, it seldom fails to grow: provided, that it has been care fully set down again. Its crowth, it matters little of what variety it mav do, is aa curiam as any other treo. Wo scarce ly havo ever lost one. . In transplanting, however, they should bo well secured by a strong stake, which should be . V if J !i at anangio oi w degrees, pomi inc northward. Unless this is done, the high winds of Spring, meeting with full resistance, may loosen tho roots and kill the tree. For an ornamontal hedge, there is nothing coual to the Hemlock Spruce; it grows equal ly well in sun and shade, though it is most beautiful and luxuri ant when shaded about half the day, and tho soil is coo...

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. — 12 May 1864

'V.. J J. L. DOARDMAW, Editor and Proprietor.) iitnttb lotinral gtiniA fetus, polities, fifcnituve, Agriculture, g&atlicfs, rvr. ( S2 00 a Year; ) Etiictly in entree. VOL. XXVIII. FIILLSBOKOUGII. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. MAY 12, 1804. NUMBER 13. it D. GREENWOOD, MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOT II I KU, Union Block. Mln B'teet, oppoalto the Public Suar nAS J ml iwrl fine iv. rils-mnt MnMmnt il HIMlfVa UOOOS, cn-t,r,titi of Fin Cloth. C4"lmerv, Vostlnjffl. mvl TuilorV Trlmminit. Alio, a gftt tt4(rtmiit ui Ofnllnitipn'n KtirnJ li n OnrxN, Hififit:k of Itimily-Hwlo Clolhlna Ia of tl On th flrt iUt f M trch he coinnnncttl having hi to1y-Mv.eCI'ti.tit M m mI ftt h tm, ttnlr hi own iipi'inriitMi, wltirh will vMiliW him to rlvo full mHfc tiou in vrr pirtluuUr to vrrrjr purcimter, Cuiuoftiitl or fir )wr4rir. O irm"iit of nit klaU cut nod made to order, on the fthm-lMt notice, rmrtmife horn mannf ictnrr. TTome miinuUctory ttimjortt poor ami InUmtrlou people. . u. onKRvwoftn. nilNhoro, ...

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. — 12 May 1864

UILLSBOROUan, OHIO. Thursday, -. May 12. 1864. ft LATEST NEWS. GLORIOUS NEWS. Terrible Battles in Virginia. Lee Defeated and in Full Retreat Towards Richmond. Our Armies in Pursuit. General Butler Holds the Railroad Between Richmond and Petersburg. Sherman Advancing in Georgia, and Johnston Falling Back. With devout tbinkfulotis to Ood, who rules tho destiny of njen and na tions, aud will vr award tho final tri vtapk to tha causa of Right and Jus 1ie, wa ara to-day permitted to an- poaoea to oar readers the glad tidings rf the defeat of tbo fiowor of ths rebel foroei, under Geo. Lee, by tbe invinoN llo toldiert of the Union, uoer General Grant. The movement of onr army com menceil on Tuesday night of laat week, and met with no scrioua resistance from the cocn'T until Thursday morning, when all our foruea ware safely aoroaa (be Ripidan. tha advaooe eorps, tho 5th, under Gen.' Warren; ooeapylog a poii ion near Chancellorsvilla. . On Thurs day morning, Gtn. Warren advanced io a directi...

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. — 12 May 1864

Matters about Home. "X." rcalrln( tlialw paper with an "X" burked oppoalla their namea, trill tiiidaratand that the time lor whkb tliejr hate paid ha. explt-nd. Arrival and Departures of the Mails. Uinclnnnll Mall-Dally h, railroad, eteept Sandaya. Arrlre. 7 p. M. Mull open. II P. M. I'eparte 0 40 A. M. Vail cIimm 6 31 A. M. Unwell, Lynchburg, Wxetbnr, Hlanohater, ifew Vlnnne, New Letlngt. :, I.eeabnrf. Rat Monro, flreenflairt, and all other fwlnte nn lh railroad, o by thle mall; alto, OhllllT.tha and Marietta. Mt"MI Mall rrl Monday". Wodnea.ln-., and Friday", 10 H. M Tarmrt TneadaYe, Thnradiiya and Saturday, 7 A. M. Mall rl..- 30 A . M. Chlllirolh Mall Arrleaa Monday, and Thnradnr., P. M, Di.pa.rta Monday, and Thnr.day., T A. M. MallcloaeeS 3V A. M. OrmiiHald, Nrw Peterahnri, New Bneton, Ttaln.boru BaliilirldRe Ao., n bjr thla mnll. Feyattavill Mull Arrive" Monitor" end Frldnra, 12 M, Depart, "imi .lava at t P. M. Mall cloan. 1 p M Wa.hlntflmt Mull Arrlro" Frldara 6 P. M. Depart Tl...

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. — 12 May 1864

Farmer's Department. Raise and use more Fruit. but must feci in view of Vtlint has been pnu-timl that we tise ton little fruit, that we r.-iHO too little? Lt every man who lias nn ncvo of groiui'l plant one tree more. Thosto who nro des titute of fruit may have a most excellent sort the first year ly ectting out the strawberry ; and by watering freely after t he com mencement of blooming, the du ration of the bearing season will bo 'greatly ..prolonged. .Mean while cultivate the raspberry, current and grape, which in from two to four years will yield a most luscious harvest. At the same time, too, let the cherry, peach, pear and apple bo grow lug, and tho greatest variety may soon be made- to crown the bmd. It is one of tho most unaccountable things in nature that so little attention is paid, comparatively speaking, to this branch of farming. Jt is a beautiful fact, that while tho wafmth and exposures of sum mer tend to billiousucss and f crs, tho free use of fruits and berries coun...

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. — 19 May 1864

J. L. HOARDMAN.) GK tct 1 X 1 STl.r. .i.v. l.. YY.-- mUii Wlll. C iUs Wm.L J&a S $2 OO a Year; Editor and Proprietors- & JfftmUg QUMMl 10 $WUHJp, WUMIUU, U,IUUUUU, gUHli IVW ) Strictly in Ahtsr.e. VOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. MAY 19, 1804. NUMBER 4. B. GREENWOOD, I MERCHANT TAILOR &. CLOTH 1KB, Union Block, Main Street, opposite the Fubllo square UaS Jnt I1'"'' fine and "leg-ant assortment nl SIMllNtl H'rS, r.,ntnlfn nf Fine (,'..ths, ('assimeroe Vctlnirs. arid Tailors' Trimmings. Ainu, a Bre,.t assortment ot Ucntiemcn's Furnl.hlnil nds. llis.t.4- o( KcildvMado Cli'thln l "f Hi" '" (n Id" 'first, day "f March lio commenced bavin his , Ueadr-M idof I'thlni: nil made at home, iiii.I.t hi own supervision, which will enable hltn to kIvb full sallsfac tl.m In every pirticular to every purchaser. Come und oo for yourself. ... , . OiirmrntsnrallVlndseutftndmade to order, on lli ehortest notice. Patronise homo mnnnf.irtnry. Home manufactory upports...

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. — 19 May 1864

niLLSBORouon. omo. . . May 19, 1864. Thursday, LATEST NEWS. Tha followins is a brief inrrimarv of the wr new up o lh hour of our r a pr going to pres, (Wcdncfday, P. M.) The Cincinnati papcrf of this morning, Mijl8. ntato that thero had been no mora fighting between Grant and Lee aiace Saturday last. Tho heavy rain had rendered the ground unfit for mili tary operationi. Lee has fallen back to strong position, and ia reported to be preparing for another desperate battU. He ia reported to have received large reinforcements. Grant ha also been hea?ily rcinforcod, and is getting ready to "move on the enemy'a works" o soon as the weather will permit. Our lofses in tho ten days' fighting, thus far, foot i l nnn .:u.a l.l .,i up iDQui mwu, -uUvU ... missing. The rebel loas ia killed and wounded is supposed to fully equa, ours, while we have taken about 12,000 pns- mer., and lost probably 3,000. Beside' this we have captured about 40 cannon The most desperate ond decisive of the ten days' b...

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. — 19 May 1864

Matters about Home. nbaorit-rt reeelrlnt the lr paper. " "J marked opiw.ll. their nan. IH under, and. that the rimrh.rwlEhlh.h..Pl' bat e.plmd. UNION County Meeting. tlnion of Wlghl.od County ... .1 ... at t tht Court ro rrijueBieu m House, in Ililliboro, on FRIDAY, BrfAVaO,1804, dele-Kteio fortbe purpo,ofieloctinKT eight represent th.couOJ in lhe Union State Convention, to W J".,d ColuKnkus, on the 2oth lost. A0 to appoint delegates to a CongreBsU",Da, District Canvention, the time and plan" of which Will be hereafter announced Bj order of Union C. C. tl. Co. JAMES BROWN, Chm'n. 8SA ycry Inte'reeting Report of the operation! of our County Agricultural Society for aeveral yeara past, appears on our first page, and should be read by otery friend of the Society. HI BO-Our faithful Representative, Col. Itizson, has been appointed Lieut. Col. of the 13th Ohio Cavalry, a new rcpi merit recruitinjr at Columbus, lie will be just in his element, in his new posi tion, and if he has an opport...

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. — 19 May 1864

Farmer's Department. Lima Beans. Uut about tho Lima Ucan the chief of all my favorites.- Did you, friend "Editor, ever know, any one to get Lima Beans earlier by trying any precocious plan whatever? 1 never did. I have sown them under glass, and dibbled them out sown them on pieces of sod and set them out grown them awhile in pots, till they almost flowered, and then put them out; but tho ones sown at the right time, beat them all. The great thing with the Lima Bean, is the right time, for the least cold or dampness, whilo they are germinating, will rot (hem. But the 'right time" may be much accelerated by a largo hill of sand on which ' to sow your Lima Beans rich sand a soil that will not only! keep your bean warm and dry, but give it something to cat; worth eating, besides. There j is no use trying for early beans, I without large hills of light soil; i with them vou are all ri:rht. Of course the holes should be filled with the poles before the 1 hills are made; but, about these:...

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. — 26 May 1864

J. L. D O ARDM AINf ,J Editor and Proprietor.) gmxk Immtal $Mto to $efos, politics, . fiteraiitre, griorlisw, Mmhls, ice. 52 OOa Tear; Stiictly in d-utte. VOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1864. NUMBER .5. A B. GREENWOOD, 7iU MERCHANT TAILOR &. Mr nVf O L 0 T H I 1 B TTnloa Block. Main Street, oppoalte the Fublio Square HAS itft rcl'd tin. and elegant ni-ortment of 8PRIN0 GOODS, consisting of rioo Clath., Casslmeros. Vesting., Tor.' Trlmmln... Al, . rnl .Mortmont o( 0.nll.ir.n'i i Fnrnl.hlng Goods. ' Hi. .lock of lleadv-Mad. Clothing I. of the beat. On lh Sr U dev of March h T Readv-Made Clothing all mad at horn.. nnd.r hi own ."Vtm"? which ll.nbl.hlmtogl-. tlon In .very particular to every purchaser. Com. and Q.rmVtf.tl kind, cut ..doiMl. lo order, on th. "f'.uo'i".0. "home manofactory. Horn, manufactory nupp.rt..por andlndn.lrlou. "onEE!,WOOI. Illll-boro, March 9, t8G4. marayl Jewelry, Books, &c. JACOB SAYLEH rrw Has J"" received a splendi...

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. — 26 May 1864

j -'tt!.'i. ji m l j wm 1 1 Sjt Digjilanb- Dftbs. niLLsnonouoii, oiiio. ' - - Thursday, - - - SlayPM, LATEST NEWS. main lody of General Grnnl's army, on Sunday was thirty mil"S onth cf .Fredericksburg. In Gen. Uutlei's vicpartrocnt there had been no limiting moc Saturday night, when tlio rebclB maJa a night attack' and were severely punished. There is the very lest authority for slating that tp to Saturday afternoon, May 14th, rtlDforrctnents to (he cztont of 43,000 men had been sent to Gen. Grant. TheRichmond Entyiircr admits henry Toss in battle with Butler last week, and foots it up at 1,500. The Indianapolis papers cf TuesJ.iy fay informsiinn was received hy the roilitaiy anthciiiics there, that John ; Morgan, with four thousand men nnJ j tight pieces of artillery, had passed through Pound Cap, into Kentucky. V,'o are disposed to doult this. But if truest is net to bo regretted, as there nre troops enough lyiog it'le to tukej rare of him, while four thousand menjgram can Illy be...

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. — 26 May 1864

Matters about Home. ii a- . giionerlbert recetvlnjr Ihffr pap" wltrr an- 1 marked opposite their names, w ill understand that time for which they hare paid (nut eiplrnd. T lllO Arrival and Departures of the Mails. Cincinnati Malt n'nlljr l-v railroad, except Sunday.. Arrlvoe 7 l. M. Mull npenii 8 !'. M. J'opirls II 40 A. M. M iil close. & tin A. . Unwell, l.Tiiobbnre, V.'t''n, Hlniichntrr, New Vienna, Hew t.cxfiitjt' ii, Leesbiirn, Kml .Monroe, Oreentli'ld, end alt (rtli'f fun" "n ine riitirowi, go by tliln Tdill; !. ihtlllcithe and ,'iariettn, M..vvilln Mull rrlve. Mnnilnv", Wednesdnvs, and Fridays, 10 1. M. Departs. Tuesday., Thiirnlayi ami 8,itnrdii', 7 A. M. Null rinses n an a. si. ChllltrntlieMall-Arrltfe Monday! anil Tlinrsdnv, I. M. Peirts Monday! and Thur.daje, 7 A. M. " Mall elites 1 30 A. M .. (Ireetineld, New l'otersbttrir, View Boston, ftnlmboro HalnlirTdg An., go hy this mall. Teycttnvlllo Mall Arrlees Mondays and Fridays, 12 V. Depart) nam iuv nl r. M. mull nose. 1...

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. — 26 May 1864

Farmer's Department. to Raise Sweet Potatoes. Plant only on hills, making them about two fect base ten inches high and diminished to twelve inches on the top. Set three plants in each hill, at equal distances on the outer cdffo of the top. As the ' vines begin to run, wind them up in a roll on ton of the hill. Do this three fir four times during the season, or as often as the growth of the vines reauires. Jiy thi3 means, , the top of the hill will be shad ed from tho sun and retain moisture, whilst the sides of the hills will be exposed to the heat of the sun, without which you cannot raise finely flavored po tatoes. The tubers will form very near the outside of the hill, can be found by raising the ground, and the large ones easily re moved, leaving the smaller po tatoes still crowing. In the same number of hills, three times the quantity of po. tatoes can be raised that you will obtain when one plant is set in the hill. The growth will be much larger, than where the vines are allo...

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. — 2 June 1864

innuuaii.. pi,,, i i .i.,ii )lhm n" I 1 11 1 ! ' ' ( UUillffillx ''''''''' K ' ' ; 3 Jfamila launtal gtiaiA to ITctos, litres, literature, grienltnre, parhtts, c c, 2 00 a Year; ) Strictly In AdMtct.. J. L. BOAItDMAN, Editor and Proprietor. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. JUNE 1864. NUMBER 6. VOL. XXVIII. NBW GOODS, NEW STYLES. Mrs. Buckncr HAS BECEtVED A USE STOCK fit Millinery and Tanoy Goods, OF BMNO ASD SCMMEB TYLK3, Including Bonnet., P.mhnne, Fitment, Trimmluge.nnd Illllnlmrn, Mtirrli 31, 1804. Ulb. Notice in Partition. wons p. cowsr.vjf. the sjimo of K'n;'fr. I Hamlinl 8. ft..-!,, Henry W. Cowman, wHIIem "rlv. and Lydlii Fairly, Kt wife, realdent. of Ma.U eon town.hlp, Highland co.iv.rv. H-I. ","1.J"m" ; Kulrlv, Guardian ..i Laura ... tfanlee, minor h.4r .f Juie'. Ki..,tw, drcen-et, wilr t" ' I"" tiun wea nied agaluet them rt tk 27TI1 PAY or APRIL. A. P. If"!, In Ilia Curt of Common Plea, within and fni" ine county of Highland, and SIM. ol Ohio. bv Mary J. Cow....

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. — 2 June 1864

33rr - .. IIILL3BOROUOIT, OHIO. Thursday, Juno 2, 18C4. i vS LATEST NEWS. TliClno!ontl Osistta or (hi J morn ing (Wednesday) tnyt: All poes w1l with the Army of the J'otooue. Vigorously Grant is pressing the onemy, with tteaJy treai ho ie mo ng against the ohjeotivo point; and each hoor the prospeot grows brighter, lha cCioial bulletin! bring the newt from the front dowo to yesterday mor ning at aix o'olock. Tha rebols had fallen back to the line of the Chicka. hoc iy, their right resting on Shady Orore, witch is about seven miles from Richmond, and eitending thenoo north westerly across the Mechaoiosvilla road On Monday afternoon the enemy attack t! our left, under Warren, but were easily repulsed, and suff. rod heavily. Our forces took strongly intrenched skirmish lines and held them. An or dcr wss given ly Gen. Meade for a central attack, but it was not received in time. , Early yesterday morning the indications wore tha enemy had fallen back aouLh of the Chickahominy. Our forces...

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. — 2 June 1864

Matters about Home. 9f Rnhterlberi receiving their paper, with n "X" w. irked oppn.lt. their namae, will nndT.tnd tht th. linn lor which they have paid hot expired. Arrival and Departures of the Mails. Cincinnati Mnll-TaltT t railroad, except Sunday.. Arrival 1 1. M. Mull npenl S P. M. I'epnrtt 6 40 A. M. Mull cloeet IWA.M. Ruaaall, l.tnchbnrg, AVeatnoro, lllanrhn.ter. New Vienna, N.w Lrxingtm. I.ee.bnrg, Ka.t Monro. Oreenfleld, and all other polnte nn the railroad, go by thl. mlli Kino, Ohllllcotht and Marietta, v Warevilla Mull rrlM Mondavi. Wedneadar., and frldaya. H P, M . Peparte Tne.dart, Thnndayt aad Saturday.. T A. K. Mull c.ct S 80 A. M. Chllllcothe Mull Arrlvet Monday, and Thur.dava, P. M. Deparie Monday, and Thnrulayi, 7 A. M. Mall clneet 8 .10 A. M. Oreenri.il, New Peterahnrr, Tfew Boiton, Ttalnlboro Bilnbridga Ac, (toby thl. mall. F.vettevllle Mull Arrlf on Monday, and Frldara, U 51. Depart! aama day. at 1 P. M. Mall cluaaa 1 P. M. We.hlngton Mull Arrlvet Friday! 0 P. 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. — 2 June 1864

Farmer's Department. The Wheat Crop in Ohio. La.t year, while everybody tvas talking di-scour.isingly of tho prospect for the wheat crop, our faith in a fair average re sult from tho breadth of land cultivated, was not shaken and the harvest justified our faith. In various portions of the State there were slimly cloth ed fields but the general view which our correspondence ena bled us to take, gave ground for tho favorable conclusion which wcono year ngo announced. With the same means, this year, of ascertaining tho condition of the wheat fields of Ohio, we are forced to yield to tho general fear of a very serious failure of the crop. 1 rom all parts of the State from the valleys of the South, from the higher lands of tho central range of counties, from the Northwest, and all through tho Reserve, the same reports come to us of barren fields, and fields already plowed up for other crops; and resist the conclusion as we may, it must bo .admitted that if the yield of wheat in Ohio reac...

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