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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 9 June 1864

& iandlj Imtrital M& io $ctos, ffllitics, literature, gricitltitre, pavr.ets, tfce. $2 00 a Year; .Strictly in Adxtrcc. j. l; d oardmanj Editor and Proprietor.) VOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1864. NUMBER 7. Jewelry, Hooks, &c. JACOB SAYLER lid ow f"? ! 7V hip, loAuitt lentiun of 11 ITna Jn.t received p1endi ftx-k of JEWEI.KY. of th trie and flnMt workmanship, which bo Invite the attention wanting anything In thatlln. Alio School and Ml.callaneon BOOKS, Writing Pa. par, Envelope., and all kind, uf ITA1IONBHY, Id great variety. WATCHES REPAIRED. OM Hand, Mala tret, oppo.lt. tho Onnrt Hnnw, Hll'anoro. fnarlOma WM. II ALiL. & SON. 843 BHOADWAY, NEW YORK. Jl.tabll.bed 8. Year. MnufAoturer oJT tlall & Son's Celebrated New Scale PIANO FORTES. tr SOWN over the wbol world for their volnm and Mm. rlclinaeee of tone, durability and eieganc. war. ran tort . Manufacture anuintDortera or LtiTia. uui Tana, Banqo and all kli.da ot Baae and o...

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. — 9 June 1864

HiLLsnonouon. onio. , . . . -e- Thursday, Juno 0. 18G4. j L...a.,;aJ, Union Nominations. FOR PRESIDENT. ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Union State Ticket. [ELECTION DAY, TUESDAY, OCT. 11. 1864.] Supreme Judaee, Full Trrm, LCTllER DAT, of ortaga,eonoty. Lefl raoaw-jr, WILttAM WHITE, of Clarke county. SJierl Pacos, nOBACE WILDIB, of Aihtabola eonoly. Secretary of State, WILLIAM 1IKNRT SMITH, of rjamlltoo eo. Attorney-General, W. T. KICnABDSON, of Monroe counly. Comptroller of tho Treasury, MOSES B. BRA1L1T, of lulton cvuntjr. BearJ of Public Works, TM Trrm, miLir HErtZINCl, of Auglaiie county. Tacuitrf, JAMES MOOKE. of Coshocton county. LATEST NEWS. National Union Convention. NO NOMINATIONS TUESDAY. NO NOMINATIONS TUESDAY. Mr. Lincoln's Nomination Certain--- Hamlin's Probable. The National Union Convention met in Baltimore on Tuesday morning, and wai Terr larcelr attended. The rener able Dr. R. J. Breckenridge, of Ky was ehoten temporary Chairman, and made a atrong 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. — 9 June 1864

Matters about Home. with n "X 1 1 ma for which they hare paid Iim xplred a..l..lt.. eecatvtn their tMMrl ei.arked onvotltt their names, will nnderalend lht tut Strawberry Festival. Tho Ladios of tho PresbytarUn Church on Clear Creek, 4 miles East of (own, will give a Strawberry Festifal at the charoh, on Friday Efeniog next, June 10th, the proceeds for the henefit of the Sundty School oooneoted with the ohurch, end the Christian Commis ion. Admission 10 oenti. hi Oakland Fimali Siminast. The young ladies of this institution will give t Concert next week, of whioh a notion will be found in anothor column There will also be a public Address to the Graduates, and Reunion of the Alumna of the institution, whioh will DO doubt be very pleasant affair. Court ojp Common Pmas. The June term commenced on Tuesday morning, and will probably continue this week and part ef next. The trial of the Baskin case will commence next Vfeek, if it is tried at the present term HI Tub Draft in tiiis Co. Of ...

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. — 9 June 1864

Farmer's Department. Production of the Sexes at Will. We recently referred to the speculations of Professor Thu ry, of Geneva, on tho above sub ject. We are- now enabled to give a somewhat moro particu lar account of tho matter. The Professor believes he has dis . covered tho "Law of the Pro duction of the Sexes," ' and his theory mav bo very properly la beled. "Important if true. He was truided to his conclr. sions partly by analogies fur nished by the natural history of the Bee and of Poultry, it lias been observed, he says, that in bees the fecundation of the ovum, when it takes placo ear ly, results in the production of workers, (females,) while if it be retarded beyond the 22d day all tho eggs deposited are male eggs. Sq, In the case of poultry, it has been observed that the eggs last laid nearly always fur nish the cocks of the clutch, and he has thought it probable that the last eggs which detach themselves from the ovary of tho fowl aro those which have had the most time for...

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. — 16 June 1864

J. L. BOAHDMANJ Editor and Proprietor.) 1 Jamilg Iflttntnl el)dcb io; (tti)S, politics, literature, gricitllnn, Harhds, &c. . HnSBOROUGHrilfGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1864. $2 00 a Tear;' ) Strictly in Ad's free. NUMBER 8. VOL. XXVIII. NOTICE TO TEACHERS. TUB Board of Examiner, will hold their roeetlnir. for the examination of toacheri, after the date of tliil notice, m follows On tin flrnt and tlilrd ratnrday. of Angnat, September, October, .tannery, Vabrnary, and March; end on tlm firp.1 Faturday. of April, May June, Jnlv, November nd;iterember. Id foal eelabludied by law of fifty cent, for male, nd thlrty-Bve cent, for female .ppllcanta, 1-Iti(j ron dltton of examination , will not bo refanded In cava of failure., and when application la made by anytcaclier who hM failed, another fee will b required. Trarhere, however, who wlih to be examined in othtr branchoe than tho for which they may have already received certificate., will not bo charged additional fe, provl...

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. — 16 June 1864

GCfjt DigJIani Uttos. niLLSBorioimn, onio. Thnrsday, Juno 10. 18C1. Union Nominations. for rnciiDcxT, ADRAHAfsl LINCOLN op :moia. FOR TICE rr.ESIDE.T, AKDREV J3HXS0SV or TENNESSEE. Union State Ticket. [ELECTION DAY, TUESDAY, OCT. 13, 1864.] Supreme Jr.dtee, rri rmi, tCTBER PAT. of rxris CVmoty. loao recapey, WILLIAM Vt BITE, of Clarke NcaAy. SWt 1'Ma), MODlCt WILDKR, of AtbtululaeouBty. Seertary of !tat-, WILLIAM UE5RT SMITH, of namliton co, AiterntT.Onrra', W. P. RICUARI'SiiN, el Meurwt oonnty. Ci-cartroftrr Treaaury, B. BBAll XT, of Fulttfn county. B if Public Wcike. F.H TVr-1, rmitr nt:r;?iM;, of Audits oeunty. JAMES Mf.piir.. . f Oitioet"!! county. LATEST NEWS. LATEST NEWS. Morgan's Raid in Kentucky--He is Badly Whipped and is Full Retreat. Tbe notorious Morgan entered Ken tacky with sboat 2,600 men on Sunday of last week, bavin managed to elude our forces under Gsn. Borbridg, who bad been sent to tbe Virginia line to watch his movements and prevent bis egrets from (hut Slate. W...

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. — 16 June 1864

Matters about Home. "X." BnSeertber tacalelnt. their par" with an 'X" narked appoei; their namaa, will nnrlaratand that th tint for which thy h? paid ha expired. r Union County Convention. Tha call for the Union Comity Con cation will appesr in our neit lusua. Soldier's Relief Circle. The Soldier' Relief Cirole of Riine boro will gia Conoort on 8ATCR- DAY, June 25th, at 3 o'oloek P. M. Judge Meek of H.llaboro, and other good spesksrs will be present. Alio the Puiot Township Glee Club. Ad mittance 15 cti. Come all that are will- - log to contribute o small sum 'or the relief of our suffering soldiers order of the Cirolp. Mrs. KATE SPARGUR, Pres't. Mrs. KATE SPARGUR, Pres't. Lost---$1 Reward. r ait Tn nr tinar ITilliboTO. Or Otl t .a v , t,...j. on the New Vienns road, on Tuesday. the 24th of May, a Soldier's Compan t t ii t ' i :.v v T? .fi Ion, or Needle Book, with h. R. Mol- lenlx's Thotograph and my Veteran Furlough, wbioh is of rauoh Impor tanoe to raf, and no aocount to any one ...

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. — 16 June 1864

Farmer's Department. [From the Ohio Farmer. Improvement of Horses. Thi and next month i the time to improve our lnrsc stock. Tho war has taken off a hirgc proportion of our best wovY hor ses, and th poor nags have been left. If tho farmers of Ohio willed it, in ten years ;thc quality of our hor3o stock might be improved many per cent. Wo must cease to breed from poor mares. It is now ft well established fact that the mare determines tho character of the colt, full r.s much, if not more than 1 he lvjrse. A good brood possess at lo.it qualities: Good mare should the following size, r.ymuic- try, sound constitution, power of endurance; good action and a rood disposition. Iv size U not meant a great, ranzv crea-l ture, all bone! but a good -level-! opmentof nil the vital organs of the muscular system; y sym metry, is meant, the right ma terial in the right place; not a fat animal, which may lose its flesh and look bad, but one' that looks about as well when thin as when in high order. A...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 23 June 1864

. im&i Journal Mtts ti gtctos, politics,. literature, gricitliiire, Utarheis, c. J32 00 a Year; Strictly in thrice. VOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. JUNE 23, 1804. NUMBER 9. J. L. BOAHDMAN.) Editor and Proprietor.) NOTICE TO TEACHERS. i THK Board of Examiner will hold their meeting for tin eaamlnatlim of teacher, rtor th data of this notlra, as follows: On th flr( and third HutnrJuy of Aiiut, September, October, January, February, and March; and on the first Saturday of April, May Juno, July, November andJDerember. Th fees established tiy law of fifty rente for mal. Itnd thirty-five cents for female applicants, being a con dition ol examination , will not bo refunded In cas of failure, nd when application l made by any traclier who has fitllrd, another fee will he required. Teacher, however, who wlh to In examined in other branch than thorn fur which they may bre already recelvod certificate", will not b charged additional fees, prof I ded they glra no...

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. — 23 June 1864

"I',t dljt gjiif Jlnnl, $ds. niLLSBonouaii, omo. Thur3dny, - - Juno 23, 1861. Union Nominations. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. Union State Ticket. [ELECTION DAY, TUESDAY, OCT. 11. 1864 ] Buprem. Judges, Jfsll Tm, tCTHCR DAT, of rort.g. fonnty. toa rnoawy, WILLIAM WHITE, of Clark, county. ItOBACE WILDER, of Auhtabula county. Secretary of State, WILLIAM I1KNRT SMITH, of n.mlltoa co. Attorney -General, W. P. RICHARDSON, of Monro county. Comptroller of th. Treasury, MOSES B. BRAILEY, of Fulton county. Board of Tuhlio Work.-, Full Term, PHILIT I1FEZING, of Aujlaiee county. Pnonocy, JABIJ MOORE, of Coshocton county. [ELECTION DAY, TUESDAY, OCT. 11. 1864 ] LATEST NEWS. Thi Utest news from Grant' opera tions. is encoursgiag. lis has transfer red bis entire armj to tha south side of the James river and is laying ic?fa to Petersburg, 23 miles south of Rich mond, on the great southern railroaJ It is t city of about 15,000 inhabitan...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 23 June 1864

Matters about Home. iMkMitiM pecetelna? their Mtuir srlth an "X' arkei opposite their names, will nnderataiid that tht rime lor whumnej nee paw ih npiiw. Hillsboro Female College. Th Elimination ureis! commeno- d jeiterdar tnd re itUl In progreu Th.mAArm.mtn th Graduate will be daliTered by Re. Mr. Rust, of Weilej Holleec. Cincinnati, at the M E. '.Charoh, To-Morrow (Friday) Ereoiog. Highland Co. Agricultural Society. Thtr will bo a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Highland County Agricultural Sooiety oo Saturday next, June 25th, at 1 o'elook P. M., at the Court House, in Ilillaboro. A puno taat attendanoe is requested; aa busi ness of importance will be brought be fort the Board. By order of the President. Socond Supplementary Draft. The aeoond supplementary Draft for this District will bo made on Saturday next, in front of the Provost Marshal's office, on High street. $rSee notice of Pooket Book lost. ttaTRomembor the Concert by the Young Ladies of the Highland Female Inst...

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. — 23 June 1864

Farmer's Department. Labels on Fruit Trees. No one who has many - fruit trocs should trust to labels for their identification, as they - aro liable to ho defaced or lost alto gether. Make a plan of the or: chard or fruit garden, and mark the placo of each tree, writing down its name. T hi., if kept where it can be readily referred to, will save a deal of .trouble in ascertaining names when the tree comes into bearing. Our special object i3 to call attention to the trees planted this year. When- the trees are labeled in the nursery, the wire by which the tag is attached is usually bound closely around a limb or tho body of the tree. It it was not loosened at the time of plan ting, it is probable that the growth of t lie tree has caused the wire to become so tight as to seriously interfere with the health of the tree. We have frequently teen young trees with the copper wire of tho la bel complctejy imbedded in the bark. The trees should be looked over to see that no inju ry results lr...

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. — 30 June 1864

52 00 a Year; Strictly in Advance. J, Ij. BOARDMAN.J Editor and Proprietor.) imh iflnntitl Mt)s io $ctos, politics, literature, Agriculture, ITarlicts, tft. NUMBER 10. VOL. XXVIII. niLLSBOllODGII. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. JUNE 80, 1804. U. S. 10-40 Bonds. These Bon'le .re leaned under th. Act of Congres. o I M.roh 1th, 1804, which provide. lht .11 Bonds Issued vudol tbli Act .hall be EXEMPT FKOM TAXATION bj or under any .(ate or mnnlolrnl nuthorltjr. Sob icrlptloo. to the.e Bond, ere rect-lted In Tnlced Stele, note, or not, of Nr.tlone.1 Bank.. They ere TO BE REDEEMED IN COIN, t the plowure of the Government, et eny period tut ls Ikrn In .oriwr. th !,, n from their date, end nncll their redemption FIVE PEU CENT. INTEREST WILL BE PAID IN COI. on Bond, of not over one hundred dollar, annn llr end on all other Bond, .eml-annnatly. The Inter wt le payable on the flret daye of March and September I n each year. Suueorlber. will receive either Registered or Coupon Bund., a. they m...

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. — 30 June 1864

uiLLSBOBOuan. onio. Thursday i Jane SO, 1864. Union Nominations, FOR rRESIDEXT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF IXOJTTOI3. FOR TICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, Or TENNESSEE. . Union State Ticket. [ELECTION DAY, TUESDAY, OCT. 11, 1864.] Supreme Judges, Fell Term, tVTHIB DAY, of Portsg County. Yacancf, WILLIAM Vi'IlITt, of Clark county. Blurt VtOMtOf, BORACE WILDER, of Ashtabula county. Inralujr of Stste, WILLIAM HFNBT SMITH, of Hamilton co. Attorney -General, W. P. RICHARDSON, of Monro county. Comptroller of the Treasury, MOSES B. BRAILKY, ol Fulton county. Board of TuMic Work", Full Term, miLir BERZINQ, of Auglaise county. Vatowi JAMES MOORE, of Coshocton ronnty. LATEST NEWS. Cincinnati daily papers of to-day (Wednesdsy) contain nothing of spe cial importance from Grant's army. There has been some severe fizhtine during the past week, but without de- cisive results. Grant has out an me railroads leading into lUcbmond, and also the road south of Petersburg. .The rebels still bold the latter city. ...

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. — 30 June 1864

Matters about Home. ibct.rr trrVving their pPr. !, feutrked appcxtts their names, will understand thai In tlmtfor which thy hav paid hH plrd. If too want to noli good, wares, or mrch.ndls If too 6v farms or lots for sal or ran tt If yon want to sell or rent house, shop or store, If yoowant to obtain any thing lout or .tolens If you hav lost yonr own or taken np stray rattlo, If yon want employment or to obtain help; If oo wish those Indebted to yon to cull andttl; If to- Witl tottlth ffalraor stat of uny one; If yon want to get mora business and mar monkti mwiivrtiuin IhtKianLASD NEWS." [For the News.] Raspberry Festival. Th Ladies of the Hillsboro Soldier! A.id Sooi.ty will git a Raspberry Fes tival at tha Court Ilouie, n Thurtday Evening; July Ttb. Admittance 20 centi: Children lialf prioes ANNIE DILL, Sect'y. By Order of Society. Lost. On tbe 21at of June, on Walnut at. WeatofHigb, a large Bed Bandanna Uandkcrohief. The finder will be lib rewarded by leaving it at the JACOB MUNTZ...

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. — 30 June 1864

Farmer's Department. Garden Hin's for June. All tlioso who have set out trees tlio' past spring, should take the first chanco of a dry ppell to loosen the soil deeply nbouU them with a fork, and immediately after heat it hard ngain with the heel, or some Letter Mod crusher." Innu merable lives of trees may be 6aved by this simple practice. Mow lawns often, if you would have them green and velvety. Keep the scythe sharp; usuallv mowers do not use the grind stone often enough. Common farm scythes arc the kind to get. It a lawn is mowed often, the grass need not be raked clean, tho sappy blades soon vifbrr nnrl mnkfl a m.-tniirn for the roots. Tho longest should! be raked off. or the lawn will have a littery appearance. Bulbous roots, when done flow ering, and the leaves havo fa ded, should be taken up and dried mixed with chatf or oth er light loose material, placed in paper bags and stowed away in a dry place till fall. Cut off the flowers of roses as they fade, the second crop will ...

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 July 1864

J. L. BOARDMAN, Editor and Proprietor.) Jfanuljt Iflitriwl gltlio'ltlj to $(efos, ) clitics, itcraiun, jjriciilture, $forktis, c. j $2 00 a Year; Strictly in Advance. - i VOL, XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. JULY-7, 18G4. NUMBER II: Poetry. OUR COUNTRY'S CALL. Oar oonntrf la ealllogj -Th world' looking on) ' Oar brntbtrt in falling. Shall facts look wan? Shall we lltt to oar bnrfa Ai I hay throb out thalr sorrow? ' Ha, aet wall our parte And weep oa tha morrow. . Oarooantry la calling, Blaat Freedom pleedo,Ool Tf hilt fbaa ara entthalling, . Shalt itont htarti aaj Not Tbaa on to tha braach Where brotliara lay lowt Lot onr lorried ranki raach To tha ranka of tha too. Sown, down with tha enrone, Tha traltoroua baodt Tbtlr fltth to tba rarene, Thalr bonee to thaiandl To rtbtli no raaplta; A Tolca from tha dead, "Pro tint not tha land Where roar fathers bara blad." Tbalr aplrlta look down From homai In tha aklai, Ara ready to wslcomo Xach btro that dlaa. Than boar...

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 July 1864

HtLtsBonouon. omo. i aday, July 7. 18G4. ) Union Nominations. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. Union State Ticket. [ELECTION DAY, TUESDAY, OCT. 11, 1864] Supreme Judges, Fftl Trrm, tCTHEB DA, of Portage Coontjr. lea I'ncowy, WJLL1AM WHITE, of Clarke count;. Short Yncancft HORACE WILDER, of Ashtabula county. Secretary of State, WILLIAM BKXRT S1IITH, of Hamilton co. AttnTTiry-Oeneral, W. P. BICHABDSON, of Montr Bounty. Comptroller of the' Treasury, HOSES B. BRAILEY, of fulton eoonty. Bord of Public Works, rU Ttrm, PHILIP HFBJISO, of Aogtaltaoounty. raiamr, JAXES MOORE, of Coebocton ronnty. LATEST NEWS. Coogreis Adjourned on tho 4th of Ju There has been no important fight ing in Grant's army since our last issue. Active preparations havo been making, however, for deoi&ive movements sojn to be oommeneed. Everything is go ing on well, and the utmost confidence is felt by the army, of success crowning their efforts at no dist...

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 July 1864

Matters about Home. Sor.ectlbr rolvlnf their paper, with an "X" smrkeel erpo,t their namee, will onaeretand that In tin lor which thy hav paid hut osplrad. If fat wnt to Mil (roods, waree. or merchandise! Ifvoakav farms cv. Iota for al or ran l If V want to selfllr rant honae, shop ir store) If yon want to obtain any thln lost or stolent Iryno have lost your own or taken tip stray eattUJ If yon wnt mplorm.nl or to obt.ln "'PI i -. i.l.id to tou to cull and settles Ifvoo. wlshtottlih affaire or eatet of any one; II yon want to g mm mrAtfrtf Ik, HIGHLAND NEW.- [For the News. Raspberry Festival. Tha Ladies of the Ilillsboro Soldier' Aid Sooiety will giro a Raspberry F s tits! at trie Coart IIouso, on Thuriday Evening, July 7th. Admitttnoo 10 ceoti; Children balf pries: ANNIE DILL, Sect'y. By order of Sotiisiy. ' School Teachers Wanted. Set the advertisement of our Union Sohool Board, for aeveral male and fe male Teacher. . - Raspberry Fistival Admission OittT 10 Cwtl.-Tlie Ladiea of lb...

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 July 1864

Farmer's Department. Swarming Bees. Mr. Laiigstroth mentions that he finds that bees when swarm ing, cat) 1)0 determined to some "selected" spot. Ho speaks of stringing bees on a thread, mak ing a ball the .size of a hen's egg, and carrying it among the flying bees that the llev. T. P. Hunt says, by this device he can always prevent bees leaving the, premises. Mr. L., says, "a black woolen stocking or piece of cloth, fastened to a sliady limb in plain sight of the hives, would probably answer a good purpose." That swarms are attracted to such places not only by tlie color but by the ease of attaching themselves to such objects. It is well known that places selected by first swarms, are very apt to be chosen by those that come after. And when one swarm is followed in quick succession by others, that tney are verv liable to cluster an in one location. Analogy would then lead us to suppose that the bee-keeper who fur nishes imitation clustering d vices, at convenient jioints ot the api...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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