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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 14 July 1864

Jiumljt Journal gtboldt to pus, pities, literature, grictilture, iTarluts, fit. $2 00 a Year; Strictly in Advance. J. L. BOARD MAN, Editor and rroprlelo NUMBER .12. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. JULY 14, 1804. VOL. XXVIII. Poetry. [From the Atlantic Monthly. for July. RETURN OF THE BIRDS. RETURN OF THE BIRDS. BY WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT. 1 fcear, from many little throat, A warble Interrupted long; t hnr the robin's flate-llk not, The blne-blrd'i lnderer long. Brown ndii and th rami hill, Mot jrt th haunt of f rtlnf herd, . And thicket hy th gllmnierlng rill, An nil allT with bird. OU1 Cliolr of Spring, why eon to oonf On ImfleM grow and berdlee Uwa Warm II th yellow beam of noon; Tt Winter Unot gene. For froit thall heel th pool again; Again th blattering Xaitihall blow, Whirl awhIU tern pet t through the glen, And load th pine with mow. Tt, haply, from th region where, Waked by an earlier iprlng than here, Th blonomcd wild plnm ecenli th air, T com In haat and (ear. T...

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 July 1864

Kg. )tgIanl Dittos. Hillsborough, onio. Thursday, - - - July 14, 1864. c Union Nominations. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. Union State Ticket. [ELECTION DAY, TUESDAY, OCT. 11, 1864.] Supremo Jndge. fill; TVrm, - I tTHtR CAT) of PorUg County. IeC TVinrery, W1LUAM WHITE, of Cl.rki tonntj. Baert roomy, DORA CI WILDER, of Ashtabula county. Secretary of Stat, WILLIAM BKNRY SMITH, of Hm!ltoo m. Attorney-Oenernl, W. f. RICHARDSON, of Monro o-mty. CotnptrolUr of th' Treasury, MOSES R. BBAILCT, of Fulton county. Board of Public Works, rU Ttrm, PHILIP BF.RZING, of Anglais county. Vamif, J AMU MOOItl, of Coshocton county. LATEST NEWS. The Rebel Raid into Maryland and Pennsylvania. Tbe rebel raid into these States no ticcd in our last issue stilt continues, and bss assumed a more serious char acter then the first reports gave it. It is now believed, from the most reliable intelligence that oan be obtained, that tbe rebel force is fro...

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 July 1864

Matters about Home. Matters about Home. "X." tnWrlhart rreelvlng their man with n "X" .arted ppnlt their nam, will nndarefaail that lb time lor Which they have paid ha niplrod. jTyda want to will roods, wares, r merchandise! If yn have lumi nr lot for eala or run t; f yoa wont to aril or rent a hntiee, ehop or etore If ton wont to obtain onjr thing lot or stolen; If you taav lost jronr owa or token op stray rattle; If yon want employment or to obtain help; f too wlh those, tartvnted to yon to call anil tattle; fyoo wish to ttl th affair or oatato of any on Ifyon wantto get mora bnalnees and mam atoxgri mWAtfrtlMl th HIGHLAND NSW8.- Congressional Convention—Notice. Th place of meeting for the Unisn voter! of Dodson aod Salem townihip", to appoint a delegate to the Congres sional Diitriot Convention, has been changed from Dodaonvilleto Lynohbnrir, t the reqttait of a number of the old- lena of both townships, who oonnidcr the latter plaoe more conyanient than JAMES BROWN, Chairman H. ...

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. — 14 July 1864

Farmer's Department. Another Agricultural Revolution. The reaper and tnowcr inven tion revolutionized Hie harvest field, and now we have an in vention that bids fair to revolu tionize the plow field. Accord ing to the Prairie Farmer, it is a roller of cast iron, a little more than three feet long, and weighing half a ton, with move able teeth or shades a foot in lcnth, so fixed to its surface as to enter the ground with the most force, and leave it with the least resistance as it re i i . . voivcs; tins with the necessary apparatus for affixing tho mo tive power constitutes the whole Spader. Witlr four horses at tached the Spader can plow and harrow tho ground in once go ing over it, and sow it too by at taching a seed drill or cornplant er, thus performing the three operations at once. Now as to the economy of it. L. Sullivant, formerly the great farmer of Franklinton, near Oolumbus, Ohio, and now one of tho most extensive and successful cultivators of thesoil in Central Illinois, ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 21 July 1864

'lMJJ.JL. jtmmemjFt Arm nm 1 J. L. BOARDMANJ Editor and Proprietor.) & dnnuln journal cfroteb to $ttfos, politics, fitcratitrc, gritnlture, $$arltds, c. 52 00 a Year; Strictly in Advance. -. VOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1864. NUMBER- i 3. Poetry. WHEN THE BOYS COME HOME. . There'! happy time coming, When the hoye corns home, There'! Rtorlnuiday coming When the hoyi como horn. We will end the dreadful itory, Of Hilt Iren.ou dark and gory In A inn-bunt of glory WIiid the boyi come home. The day will leem brighter When tho boyi com. hornet For our heart, will be lighter When the boye come home. Wlveiand iwoethearti will preu them In tbelr ermi end carei! thorn And prey Ood to bleii them, When the boye come home. The thinned renke will be prondeet When the boyt come home, ' And their cheer will ring the loodeit When the boye come home. The full renke will be ehettered, And the bright erme will be bettered, And the battls-itandardi tattered, Wh...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 21 July 1864

aft SsN '$ s. glLLSBOROUOg, OniO. ' Thursiay, - July 21. 1SG4 TV Union Nominations. ! ; FOR TRESIDEST, ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS. TOR TICE PRESIDEM, " ANDHEV JOHNSON, or TENNESSEE. Union State Ticket. IKlICTlOK TAT, HEf-PAT, OCT. 11. 1SC4 .jv Snpr.Te Judc,e, Fall TVrva, ICTDEB DAT, of "Portage County. 4 long Vi-rowy, WILLIAM Villi E, uf C'l.tk. county. aawl Vacancy, HORACE rVItt'Er?, of Ashtal nl. county. ferrsfary of Slate,. WILLIAM HF.NRT 5MIT1I, of Hamilton co. Attorney-General, W. f. RICHARDSON, of Monro county. Comptroller of the Treasury, HOeBA K. BHAILET. of Fulton county. Board of PuMIc Work., F,iU Term, T-HILtP HF.BZIXO, of AnglalM connty. JAMES MOORE, of Coshocton comity. LATEST NEWS. Dipkhei in to Jay's (Wednesday'.) city pipers state that Oen. Smith whip tied Forrest at rontotoo. Mips., on the I3th, 14th and 15th, driving him he yond Tupelo, with a loss of over 2,000 Onr loss not over 300. Nothing important from Grant's ar my. The weather was very hot, and our troops s...

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 July 1864

Matters about Home. if Sabierlber rsilln their paper wllb an "X li.arksd opposite their nomas, will understand that the time for which they have paid hn expired. If yon want to wit Roods, warm, or merchandise! If yon ham fat ma r Iota fur sale or ren t If yon want to aril or runt a house, shop orator) If too want to olitnln any thin- loat or stolen; If yon have Inst ynnr own or taken up stray cattl! If yon want employment or to obtain help; if ;., wi.h i),.,.. i,,,i,.i,tril to ron tocnll and settle; If you wish to ettle the alTnlra or etatn nfnnyona; If yoll Want to get mora linsinnesaii'i .inn" w'RMj 9-Advtrtiui fft HIGHLAND WS." S.r AW s I: . :r WELCOME TO THE SOLDIERS Public Dinner and Reception to our Returned Soldiers of the 12th and 24th Ohio. There will be a meeting at the Court House, on SATURDAY, July 23, 18G4, at 3 o'clock P. M., to make ar rangements for a Public Dinner and Reception to our gallant returned veterans of the 12th and 24th Ohio the heroes of Carnifex, South ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 21 July 1864

Farmer's Department. [From the Ohio Farmer. [From the Ohio Farmer. Weather Wisdom--For the Benefit [From the Ohio Farmer. Weather Wisdom--For the Benefit of Farmers. BY R E. M. LEVERING, LANCASTER, O. The advantagosansing from a foreknowledge of tho changes of. Wat her, were duly apprccia ',tx by the ancients, in whose writings many valuable hints 'have been preserved. Quoting 'only one of them. Virgil says: 'Murk well th (ImrorlixtnliooiiiU In th wood; S - If wl .irons blooms Hi bwrln biartuhw lod Tt glh will mswer loth.sylirmi roign, fircM lifnt.wlll follow nnd lr(terronof gmln: - tin) If wood of IsnTetu'erslovl. the tree, Vtirli nd to barren will Ike hurrosl he. In ruin lhewlr.dhllre the llirMlilli flour, 1 It empty insff nd slrw llill 1 Hit store." Though ill-founded predic ations, inmore.reccnt times, have cast some discredit on the study of the changes of the weather, yet, "at is" evident to the practi cal and diligent observer of na . ture, that a considerable degree ' of cer...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 28 July 1864

$2 00 a Year; Strictly in Advance, J. L. DOAUDMANJ Editor and Proprietory HILLSBOROUGH. TITGTILAND COUNTY. OHIO, TIIU11SDAY. JULY 28, 1864. NUMBER" 14"' .,VOL. XXVTIT. , Jamilji iountnl gcboicb to ftclos, $oltttcs, fitoafort, griatliiirc, 'gjaxMs, e. I Poetry. [From "Our Dally Fare." IN THE WILDERNESS, IN THE WILDERNESS, May 7, 1864. BY GEORGE H. BOKER. Tht InMdenti-oiiteined In the fullnwlnir I""" lenar TatedhTaeorreapondei.tofTheNewTuk Trlhm.e, In 41-tt.rrruiulln Uttlu-Seld, dated Wlldemeae, W'J T, 1SSI.) , . . Mingled, uneared for, infl.rliif throh lhnlht, With heavenly patlnc the poor bor bad lalu; ' Under the dreary aha dowe left and right. Groaned oo the wound, d. etlffened out th illn. ' Wbit hllh eustaluedhl Ion, Brae hrt lo k no moan, Teieadnoery from that blood-sprinkled tod, Is a clow Mystery with him end od. Bat when tin light enme, end the morning dew QliUerud around him llk golden lake, And eeery dripping flow r with deepened hue, Looked through I mora for eery pity' i...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 28 July 1864

or; 3. niLLSBOHOuan, ohio. Thnrfiay, July 23. 1864 Union Nominations. FOR TRLSIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN Or ILLINOIS. FOR TICE rRESlDEXT, ANDREY J3HHS0M. Or TEM NEBSEB. Union State Ticket. lElICTlOI PAT, Tl-Bfif AT, OCT. U.1:J .. $twUf lo3 ' V . tttBri AT,.rf Pert. ostf. , . ' ''.Xl F.oawejf, .: BOKACX WILDER, of Aahtabate taaMtJ, . Secretary of Stat., JnttiAM BXNBT EUITH,ol DuillKmtC Altor.Cnerl, W. P. WCnABDSOK, of Var.ro Maty. Comptroller of th.Trrt.ury, MOSXS B. BRAILIT, of Fulton ovwty. arotxS of PoMI Wotk,: 1 ru jv," PHllIP HXBUNO, of AogUlta.ew.jDty. Tanai-p. JIM IS MOOBE, of Ooebottntj foonty Tor Congress, 6th District R.W. CLARKE. LATEST NEWS. Great Battles in Georgia. OUR ARMY IN ATLANTA. OUR ARMY IN ATLANTA. Rebel Loss 12, 000-Union Loss 4, 000. The rebel army at Atlanta, under command of Gen. Ilood, Johnston Iiit Intr just been superseded becsuee be would not fight, made a desperate as eault on our lines last Wednesday sf- trrnoon, and after a fierce strupcle, eon tinning ti...

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 July 1864

Matters about Home. ntKrnrt recolvinf their paper with " rked oppoalt their namea, will nnrieratand thai lb Mine tor which they haa pl hu iln i1. Tf yon wnt to elt (roMa, war, or mrchandl If Ton hav farme or Into fur aala or ran l lvo want to eell or rent a hnnae, hp orator; If ron want to obtain anv thlna- loat or Holms If Ton hava loat your own or tnk'n "P try 'ttl If yon want employment or to obtain help; Tf .,, wi.h tl.naa In. tabled to Toll to call and ettl! IfTon wlah toeettlethe affaire or att of an? one; If yon want to aet mom hnaineiaanrt m MomtT) WELCOME TO THE BRAVE. A PUBLIC RECEPTION AND DINNER. NEH Will ba piren at Ililliboro, to tba re turned volunteers ofthe 12th and 21th Ohio, "02 SATURD AT, JULY 30, 18C1. At 11 o'clock A. M. a Procession will la formed, headed by Cipt. Waddel'n Cavalry Company, and march to the Publio Square, where tbo Soldiers wi be wcloorad in an Addriat by Hon JOHN A SMITH. Dinner will bn uproad Sn tha Court Hon. Yird, at 12 o'clock. All return ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 28 July 1864

Farmer's Department. Summer Pruning of Fruit Trees. Mr. Sanford stated that he had in his orchard a row of Yel low Belle-flowers, which grew vigorously, but had produced ecarcely any fruit. Last seas on, about the 1st of August, he thinned out the tops of two of these trees, giving them quite a severe summer pruning. This year thoso two trec3 had an abundance of fruit on them, while the other trees in the row had but few apples on, asusual. Mr. Williams, of Mt. Auburn, stated that his mother had in her yard two pear trees, both well supplied with healthy foli age, but barren of fruit. Two or three years ago one of these : was taken up and removed. And the result was that the re moved trco has borno plenty of fruit. Dr. Berry remarked that Mr. Rivers of England had recom- . mended as a euro for barren ness, this plan of lifting up and removing pear trees whenever they failed to bear- fruit. Mr. Buchanan said ho had practised summer pruning to some extent, and thought it very useful w...

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. — 4 August 1864

J. L. BOAHDMAN, N: Jfamilg $0itntal$)fj0lcir to $tos, $Mities, fifcrnlurt, grienltitre, DJarhcte, &t. j $2 00 a Year; Strictly in Advance. NUMBER 15. Editor ProprI eto VOL. XXVTIT. HTLLSBOItOUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. AUGUST 4, 1884. Poetry. YOUNG AGAIN. An old miin lit In his hlgh-backed clilr rtsttira an open floor, While the sun nf Summer afternoon Fall! hot arrows the floor, And thedrowsy click ofan ancient clock Uu notched ths hour of four. A hresaa blows In and a breeae blows ont, From the summer-scented lr, Anit it flutters now on hln wrinkled brow, Ami now It lifts hit bulr, And the leadsn lids of his eyes drop down, As he sleope In hU hlgh-becked chair. Tha old miw sleeps, and tha old mn dreams, Ills head sinks down on his breast, Bis haod relo, their feeble hold, And full to hlslnp In rest; ' The old man sleeps, and In sleep he dresms, And In dreams sgnln Is blest. The years nnroll their dreary scroll He Is a child again Ills Bother's tones era In his ear, A...

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. — 4 August 1864

iullsborougii, onio. Thursday, August 4, 18G4. Union Nominations. FOR TRESIPEST, ABRAHAM LINCOLN or ;ilunoi3. TOR VlfETRESIDEXT, ANDREW JOHKSOW, OF TENNESSEE. . i .n 1 Dion State Tirktt. Ill fcCTIOll PAY, TIKSliAT, OCT. 11. WA Bar-retne Judge, r.ll Term, IrTHKK DAT, of rortage Connty. lonp I'oos-wey, WILLIAM WniTE, uf Clark county. fkorl tVieoacy, HORACE WILDER, of Ashtabula manly. Secretary of State, WILLIAM 1IKNBT SMITH, of Hamilton to. Attorney-General, W. P. MCnARDSO.N, of Monro, ennutj. Comptroller of the Treasury, MOPF0 B. MUILET, ol Fulton cunty. Board of Public Work". FiiU Tn-m, PIIILir RKBZING, of AugUlaeeouuty. faee-we-, JAMES MOOHF, of Coshocton founty Fcr CoEgrcss,'6th District, It. W.' CLARKE. LATEST NEWS. LATEST NEWS. Assault on Petersburg--Our Forces Repulsed. Gen. Grant mado another ...tack on (lie rebel wfrlrs at Petersburg last Sat vx day. At Juylighr, an extensive tuino, which our troops had 3u2 under the rebel out-works, was exploded, blowing up nearly a wbob reg...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 4 August 1864

Matters about Home. Vnhfrllxri recelvlnc their naner. with an 'X an.rked otl-U their names, will understand tht th. lor which they have paid has a.plred. If yon want to wll goods, wares, or reerrhndl If ynn have farms nr Iota for sale or rent! If yon want to poll or rent a house, simp or store; If yon want to obtain any llilna Inst or stolen; If you have rat your own or taken up stray c.ttle; 1 f yon want employment or to obtain help; Ifyoil wish those Indebted to roll tncall nnd ft tlo: Ifyoil wish tnaettl. the affairs nr estate nf anyone Ifyoil want to get more business and makr Mostcy; WA IrflUtlm Ma lltC.HLASV NEWS.- Fast Day. Iteli(iioo9 services at Ibe Presbyter! ai Church, Ihit Morning, at 10 o'clock Sjrmon by Rov. L. F. Van Clevo. Township Bounty Bonds. W$ hiva jut printed a supply Townniiip Rounty Bonds, on pnml of pi prr and so arranged 1 to suit, any town hip. Prt'eo for 50 or les. $3 00. For any additional number, SI per 100. Sent by mail to any address, on re ceipt of t...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 4 August 1864

Farmer's Department. Canning Fruits. PARTICULAR DIRECTIONS. Quality" of Fkuit. It is important that the fruit be well grown and well ripened, as it then contains more and richer iuico for preservation. Small, half green, imperfect, or half decayed specimens should be rejected. Jars or.Caxs. The tin cans, formerly in general use, are now mostly discarded. The acid of the fruit is apt to dissolve the metal, and produce a poisonous compound, and the condition of the fruit cannot bo inspected by the eye. Glass jars arc now generally employed earthen succeeds" equally as well, and is somewhat cheaper, but the fruit cannot be seen. A largo num ber of patent covers have been invented, possessing various degrees of merit. They may be divided into threo classes those consisting of cork; those made of metal or glass, with cement lining; and those with India rubber lining. The ob jection to the cork is its porosi ty, requiring a largo amount of cement, through which the air passing is apt to i...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 11 August 1864

J. L. BOARDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor. ) & 4famila Imtntal icboicir to Hetos, politics, fitcnidtvc, griculiure, IJadtcis, c. f2 00 a Year; ) Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. AUGUST 11, 1861 NUMBER 10. Poetry. THE MERRY SUMMER MONTHS. BY WILLIAM MOTHERWELL. Tnlf comet the merryf ummer montbf of beauty, song , And flowere; They oomol Iti. glarl.ome month, that bring thick leoB- dm. to bower.. tTp, op, mt heartl and walk abroad; fling cark and car Mide; ' Seek .(lent hillii or reel (hyeelf wher peaceful walart . flirt, Or, underneath the .hadow vaet of patriarchal tree, , Scan through It. leave, the cloudl.M akjr in rapt trail .,, qillllty. The graa. I. toft; It. velvet touch la grateful to the hand; Aod, Ilk the kite of maiden lore, the brert I. tweet and bland; The delay and the buttercup are nodding courteoualy; It Hire their blood with kindeat lore, to blea. at d wel- And mark bow with thin own thin lock. they now are oilrery gra...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 11 August 1864

QDge pjInnb. te niLLsnonouon, ohio. in - Thursday, August 11. 18C4. t - - t : . Union Nominations. For PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. Union State Ticket. IFItCTlON 1AV, TUsiiAI, OCT. II. lfc'l . Supreme Judged Fall Term, l.rriltR HAT, of IVrtage County. tost; T'otviNrf, ll.LIAM WniTE, of Clark eounty. KfBACE vlILPErt, of Ai.btal.ula county. Fcerstary of fctnte, W ILLIAM MKXRT PlIITlI.tl Hamilton eo. Attorney-Ocnerut, W. P. Tllf UAKDSOS, cl M'nroe fount. . Comptroller of Ih Trr asury, MOCi: II. TttlAILKT, it Fulton mnntjr. Board of Public Vols... TiiH Term, rnii.rp hfuzino, of Augiai county. .MstES MOOIlT, of Coshocton county Fcr Conproas, Cth District, It.W. CLAEKE. Union County Ticket. Auditor, EDWIX AIITUUn.of ri.nTp. Purveyor, EDWAKP BfllSETT, of Marshall Tp. Commisciiner, FAMl'EL F. UtTALL, oflw!.on Tp. fnflnnnry Director, ALEX. D. SA J!., of I .ibrrfy Tp. Union Meetings. Hon. R. W. CLARKE, Tho Union Cindidato for Congres...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 11 August 1864

Matters about Home. iiibarrlbera receding their pnpera "I"1 ,n tii.trkoil oppn.lte their tin in,-, will nndnratand that th lime (or wlilrb they have pulil haa eapln-d. Rates of Advertising. W10 Hum of Ihl. lyp. occupying loul one face armee, make h in. One Bfuare, one we.-k,.... n-iy linrh a.l.litinnnl Inecitln J'.S All tran.lent a.lvertl.lng. tor a iborter lime, than I aiontln, charged (it Ihe anoto r'""- 3 mna. 0 tnn. 12 mna. tin no l.i no is no jn no 1 no S'. no 70uo On .n,iiara Two eqoataa... Three eipiarea, l rolllinli 1 column...... ..tl .. 0 "0 .. 00 ..in no to no n on 12 no l.'i.no lx no 20 oo 8.1 00 V. column I VnO 1 column SO.UO Adverll.cmnta il I iln rnl with larg type, charged according to the. peer occuplerl. AdmlnMrnlor'. Nolle.., Divorce Notice., IWd No tire.. Attachment Notice, nnrl nil other tianaieut nd ....l..,,,,.,.. mini lui nnM f.,r liefiire In.ertlnn. The f-e.f.it a.lterll.lnff nil l.eeal Notice, nill.t be paid before proof of publication la mail. If T"l wiint...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 11 August 1864

Farmer's Department. The Franking Privilege Restored to The Franking Privilege Restored to the Department of Agriculture. Dep't of Agriculture, ) Washington, Juno 20, 18GI. J Sir: Tho following is a copy of the law recently yacd v Congress, restoring to this with other Departments tho full franking privilege, by which it will bo seen that no prepay ment of postage is required m 'addressing small parcel?, seed?, cuttings, &c, to this Depart ment: Bo it enacted by tho Senate and House of Representatives of tho United States of Ameri ca in Congress assembled, That all communications relating to the official business of the De partment to which they arc ad dressed of whatever origin; ad dressed to the Chiefs of the sever al Executive Departments of the Government, or to such prin cipal officers of each Executive Department, being neaus oi bu reaus or chief clerks, or one du ly authroized by the Tostmaster General to frank official matter, shall be received and conveyed by mail free ...

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