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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 5 January 1865

3T ' ' vi. . , . . J. L. BOAHDMAN,j Editor and Proprietor. Jfamrlg journal glcfajoicir $WV politics,. literature, gricnlture, iPatiefs, fa. $2 00 a Year; Strictly in Advance, VOL. XXVIII. HTLLSBOROUG.il. HIGHLAND COUNTY. .OHIO, "THURSDAY, JANUARY 5. 1 805. NUMBER 30. Miscellaneous. Corn Griddle Cake. - One pint iour milk; one eg, 'beaten; one-half tea-spoon sal; nne-balf .tea-spoon ealcratua; thicken with two 'table-spoonfuls flour, and meal sufficient ' to tiake' a moderately stiff batter; tea apnnr.ru I of molasses. "Duke on grid die till nicely browned. -offin, aaid aa Irishman, "is lb" bouse ft man lives in wben be is dead !" : ' Bomb oh Sugar. A lady in this town flint ber husband to tbe store, lately, tn buy a dollur's worth of sugar, as tha good wife was nearly out. The sugar not appearing, a few days afterwards she .asked Iter husband hat be bad done with it. He replied after, a few mo Vents hesitation and bead scratching, ."that he must have put it in bis otuer .VIST pockbt...

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 January 1865

tijjt ptnit lottos. uiLLSBououon. omo. Thursday, Jan. 5, 18G5. w v-... - LATEST NEWS. There is nothing lato from Oon. Sher man, but no doubt he is not idle, and r will bo hoard from in duo season, i All is qn.'et in the army in the neigh borhood of Richmond. The attack on Wilmington has proTed a fuilure. The two diys terrific bom . fcardment by our fleet made no percepti ble rmpicssion on the walls of Fort FUh , er, aod our troops landed for the as sault were withdrawn without making ; the attempt. Tbey captured about 300 prisoners outside the Fort. ,' The blowing out of the head of the i'utco uap canal was auemptea on Hunday, and resulted in a partial fuilure The earth fell back into the water, and dredging machines will have to be used to clear out tho channol. This will . rniiaa delay, Hood has probuhly escaped across tho Tennessee, with tho romains of his army. The Legislature. Mat on Monday last at Columbus. The (Speaker of the House, Hon. J. 11. Hub- hell, having resigned in c...

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 January 1865

Matters about Home. I A few of oar nubicribcrs seem to think our jtoco in price unrcMonttile, but when thej consider the fact, that (2 50 t thin time will just go thout far in rurciiaslng the neceiMriea of life is hlf that yam would two yers ego, thoj'il c4 the matter in different light. It only takes about the Mme moonj of;the.farroer'i prodoco to pay for the pnper now as it did then, which prates, that we havo only advanced in proportion to other things. ' ' - t5T50 cents year is but a tnfla to ttaob -Individ ul- who takci our pnpar fans than one cent a week ; but that mm "bW Our whole fenbicrlption Hot makes a cVnafdcrabty'difforonce to no,' and Is ne ifMsary'Vo'eaVo' us' from actual loss. Will our friends think of tbU T ' feat- The Cincinnati Werkly Papers hate advanocd their prlee from $2 to $2 50 year, eicept the ChriMtun Ad tocate, which has adanood to ?3. Tit Quotas of the various townships ,. of this District under the last call havo .' not vet teen fixed. The District quot...

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 January 1865

Farmer's Department. Making Nice Butter in Winter. j r "The science of making good buter i . bocoiniog tetter understood end still fbrre is room for greit improvement. Ao old dairyman in" b c cotitif jr of 1V1 , ure who alrrajri got the highest price . lor hit butter once told us (hut the win ' tor was nearly as good ns the summer for butter mating, the difference in piicc ' making op for the loss in quantity. S. . K.Todd of Auburn, N. Y., contribute tbr following on this suljiat to the -Country Gentleman : ,' .'. '"Many people eontend that it id Jin , practicable to make niofi yellow butter " in tho winter, or even during the fud deling season, and, therefore, v,irion remwiies liave been resortod to, for the purposoor producing nico yellow butter, When cows do not feed on green pros. . Why will a cow that is in a fleshy con- dition, give milk that will make yellower uttcr than a oow that is like tho loan . Line of Pharoah of ancient Egypt ? ' " Why," says one, " I did not know " th...

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 January 1865

J. Ii. BOARDMAN, Editor and Proprietor. ) . Tamils IminwIDdu)iA' to pus, JJoIiitcs, literature, . gricnltarc, Itavficts, c. $2 50 a Year; Strictly in Advance. voij: xxviii. . i . .. ... . .. NUMBER 88. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO THURSDAY, JANUARY 12? 18G5. Poetry. FOR SMALL SIZED LADIES. 1 in a irwlnn littlo Htmio, ' Wliat n1n1 nwoUt the ejw I In ft litllf lump of juigar Haw tniKth of nweetii'-M Ilrgl ' 8o In IfttlA wonmn, Lot grown nnd Multiplier; You rprnilm-t thn rnvuri niiya A worfl tin to thi wise.' A ppw torn III Very anmll, Dnt I'lAvxin every illnnur Mitrn tliftii nil oMmt cnnilimfnti, Altliottjfh 'tin f-prlnklrn1 th Inner; Ju-ttxoa litlta wmift In, If nvi will let jrmi win tier; ht'fVn not n Jy hi nil tli wnM ' Yuu will not flnl ftitliin hor. Amlm wtlhin tho littlo ro Yuii Ond tlin i it hunt ilyo; A nl In n little gmitt uf ruM . 3tm:lt irii'n nti'l vnltip A Tnm a 11 ( t In Mrwaoin Much mlnr tlotli arise, Ho in Ulito worn mi TlunVs n tdito of Punvlino. Th ikjr-huk am...

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 January 1865

tho Yr Department, sd kit order given Tor their rnpijmcnt to the State Tho third in under consideration, tod I eo no good renson wliy it should not also be allowed." STATE ARTILLERY AND CAVALRY. Finding tho State without any artil lery orpaniistion, and the General Got rrhment bring nnablo to furnish the ar tillery due her, the Governor last year purchased four batteries of six guns rich, 6 and 12 pounders, with equip ments complete, at an oxpenso of 8103, 910 36. Tho lattotioi wero each called out for CO dajs scTrico daring tho sum mer and full, and wero drilled in the uso of thoir guns. The Cavalry arm of tho National Guard numbers 13 companies and about men, which tho Governor recom mends to be increased to full companies sny in all 1,000 meo, exclusive of of ficers, lie also urges their immediate armtog and equipment, to be prepared for any emergency requiring their ser vices, CALLS AND QUOTAS OF MEN. Sinco tho 1st of January, 1864, tho Government has called upon this State for ...

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 January 1865

Matters about Home. "X." Unbacrlbera receiving llielr papera with an "X" marked nppoalte their name., will nnderatand Ihal th time for which they have paid Iim expired. Rates of Advertising. mw If) fltim of thin typo, occupying al-ont on inch Onn ftimr nn week, w Karri addition. Innnrtlnn li All transient adprlMnif, for ft shorter tlm than 8 mnuttiM, charged At the ahoM raiea One dqiiarf Two R4imrm... Thrw nqimred, column column. 8 n m. t-l. .) m in.no 12.00 C2 column 1ft.no I column 20.00 n mm, 12 ran, fnoo auum D.00 lA.'WI 12 oo 1B.no 1.1.00 W'.oo lH.no n.oo 20 oo ss.no 3ft. 00 70.00 Advertisement r1iai1ar4 with Urea typ", charged -enrdln in the apnea noenpieu:. Admlnlatratur'e Notice, Plvnrca Notice, Road No Ipm, Attachment Nntlcca, and all other transient d MiiumtHii miia lw iwirf for nefnr Insertion. Thii fw for advertlaln: all I'K1 Nntlcea, mint b paid before iiroof of publication la mane. - Arrivals and Departures of the Arrivals and Departures of the Mails. TinnanMVtt.T.B MA...

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. — 12 January 1865

Miscellaneous. The New Regiments in Ohio. GEN'L HEADQ'RS, STATE OF OHIO, ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, COLUMBUS, Dec. 29, 1864. GENERAL ORDER, NO. 26. II virlue of auiliotiijr from tlie Wbi Di nnitmcnt of tl.is tittle, it ncrcby n- nountjcd tlmt leu new nginioiiU of in- I'rfiitry will Lo organiied in tliia tSuto for the term of one, two or three yearn, hd (ho recruit may cleot. Tlio recruit merit, organization and muster of these rrgimonts will bo in oonforuiilv witb Ibo ciisliug regulations, anil tbo recruit will bo cutitlud to tlio bountica now ro vidod by law. Tbo lounly provided by law is as Pol lows : . . t t.Vruil", Iik In.linn n n'iilli -recruit. (whiln or colored) lor one yanr..., $liai Ki.r irrnilta, Imlndintr nprtaentattvo let mil. (wlilte or colored) for two yeara i t"1 Kof rooritita, lolmflnt rr.reiitntlve recruit. (whit, (vr colored) for three yciira Tu The first inntallniont of bounty will be puld by tho Mustering and Disbursing Officers when tho recruit is mustered in as...

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 January 1865

f J. L. DOARDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor. ) g Iratlg Iffunwl glcMclr iff ps, oIi(rts, literature, $jjricttl,urc, pirltcls, fo. j 92 50 a Year; r Strictly in Advance. ..VOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO. THURSDAY. JANUARY 19. 1865. NUMBER 39. Poetry. THE VOICE OF THE ARMY. fiwdl,'TMir' Frlmrt," Won. Bmlwl B. Fs--,' .. Io., Jamnlom, Ntw 1urk. Vrssi Hi Want, srh-rs ths rl-eri In tulwar rnn, And the bold hlghlnnd (P-t th lt kin of the sun; Irrom the Hint-, whore tho Gentile lit Bothlehfiu'e Riornf f , - Wort tno South, wfcore the besntlful sntrrhi-r la born; From Hie North, where the lakes are like mirrors nn- nilhid, And tnenntamn wsods frsmo them In purple and gold; W. come In the name of the nation anil Qol, Tocriuh the last Tlper from Liberty's iml. Stand mil Of our sunlight, beware of oar wrath, Te hounds that would rise on the fngltiro's path. Who over jroiir comi'r-'s dfttrm-tlon wonM gloat, And traaeure.'the ktilfo that It aimed at her throat, tio, follow the clil...

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 January 1865

Udn'tbd down-hrarlod al being foot, or laving no friends. Try and try Rain. Yoa cn cut your way through, If yoa livs to please Ood. I know it's a bard tima for aomo of you. Yon are ftcn hunpry and wet with tbo rain or mow, and ii scorns dreary to bavo no one in the city to euro for yon. Hut truBt In Christ, and he will bo your friend. Keep up good heart, and bo determined to make your own way hon estly and truly through the world. As I said, Z fool for you, because 1 have (tone through it all I know what it is. Ood bices you. General Mitchcl. Cjj't Pg!)l;in& Plus. HILLSBOROUGH. OHIO. Thursday, Jan. 19, 1865 LATEST NEWS. CAPTURE OF FORT FISHER. Seven Hours Severe Fighting. Joint Assault by Land and Naval Forces. 2500 PRISONERS AND 72 GUNS TAKEN. WASHINGTON, January 17. Mnjor Gtncral Di.t : t.IUl IUJCUI ox Fed- ) I, Jan. 17. 3 Tho following official dispatcbos have just been received at this Department IIeadq'rs U. S. Forces ox Fed eral Point. N. C Jan. 13, via Fort'ss Monroe Jan ...

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 January 1865

Matters about Home. An Extra Copy for Every Ten Subscribers. We will ond an extrt copy of the Niws, gratia, for efiry ten inbsoribcr tent ub, accompanied with the cash t our regular rates, $2.50 in adtaoeo. This ia the best wo can afford to do. The anbacribera nuy ba at different post-offices, as the paper will bo ad dreseod to each one separately. An Extra Copy for Every Ten Subscribers. The News for $2 a Year to Soldiers and Soldiers' Wives. . We will tend the. News to soldiers in the army or their wives at home, at the rate of $2 a year, always in advance. Subscriptions taken for 6 or 3 months Alumnae of the Hillsboro F. College The Alomoro of the College are re quested to meet in the College Chapel, on Monday next, Jan. 23d, at 3J o'clock, to transact important business. By order of the President. MARY MCL. BOYD. ELLA CHANEY, Sec'y. Township Quotas. We have not yet been furnished the township quotas under the pending eall of the President, but it is supposed they will not vary 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. — 19 January 1865

Farmer's Department. [From the Ohio Farmer. Experience in Sorghum Growing. Bolow, plene find lUlomont of the .Itivalinn manacrnmont. &.O.. of the VHIUianuu, , product of one halfor of Northern 8ner Cne, raised by me thi year. The Uod has boon a pasture lot; raised i. a rnr.a nf onrii nrevioua to the cane " " - "r cror: is what is usually called beech elm land: surface rather flat; soil dark, somewhat loamy; subsoil stitfclay. This field was plowed about the mid A a nt Max. from seven to ten inchos jeer: harrowed n&til perfectly pulverii ed; planted with dry seed on the 21st of May; drilled in with a corn drill, uw in'g to the ground being very mellow nt tha drill rnnninir so deep, I was fearful that the seed would not see day light; consequently, having plenty of seed. I nut in an abundance of it; but to my surprise, although planted during the drouth, it came op without any rain Tory thick, and crew very well during tha drouth of several weeks, while corn in the adjacent fi...

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 January 1865

Trunin i i n jT J. L. BOARDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor. ) & Jfamtlg journal gcklci to Ilctos, politics, literature, Agriculture, Parhcte, fa. i $2 50 a Year; ' Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. JANUARY 2C. 1865. NUMBER 40. Poetry. [For the News. A COMMUNION HYMN FOR THE "NEW CHURCH." Around the tahle, Lord we meet, That each hi. Brother here may greet. Onr Church Is liberal In It. view., Take. I ell Gentllea and Ml Jew.. " Ho difference whet yonr faith may be, Bo joo don't want the igtr free, ' If yon will now "Old Abe" for.eke. Yon rosy with ne theee emblenu take. Come en, deer friend, we nil Invite, ' Who will not go end rebels fight, . And let our "Southern brethren" tea Tht we don't went the r free. We'll form onraelrea In one greet ben.l, Anil epread onr Chnrch nil o'er the lend: We'll bete a Cherch of greet renown, When we bare put U other down. We'll here thing, thenjnat we chooie, And ell but "Butternuts" rclu.e A Church lik...

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 January 1865

J 1 .J- -.1 baod, wrim tick, lie probtlly, receives torn what better attention in hospital; and when well, his mode of life ia more eonduoire to health. The tTcrige rate ef mortality of all our artniea in the field it given at 72 per 1,00020 from killed and djing of wounda, and 52 from disease and acci dent. It thus appears that oar war is not near) to deadly to the combatants at least on our sido at wat the Mexi can war, In which our lotscs were at the rale of 118 per 1,000-14 from wounds tnd death on the fiolJ, and 101 from ticknea. We lose now six more prr thousand by wonnds than ia Mexi co, tnd just half as many by sickness. But we lose less than one-third at many at the British army in the Crimean war. Their death rate in the hospitals alone, without reckoning the loss by killed and wounded, was 232 per 1,000. Nor des the famous peninsular campaign of Wellington compare better, for there the. English lost 165 per 1,00052 from, killed and wounded, and 1 13 fiom disease. The aver...

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 January 1865

Matters about Home. BOY WANTED! A imttt, totWe, intelligent Boy, who ota read well, from 15 to 18 yesrs of g, is wanted at this offioe, to set type, and make himself generally nsefal. Ono who oan board with his parents, and who has some knowledge of the printing business, would be preferred. Apply immediately. ' An Extra Copy for Every Ten Subscribers. We . will sond an extra copy of the Niws, gratis, for e?iry ton subscribers ssnt us, accompanied with the cash at our regular rates, $2.50 in adsnee. This is the best we oan afford to do. The subscribers rosy be at different post-offices, as the paper will be ad dressed to eaoh one separately. The News for $2 a Year to Soldiers and Soldiers' Wives. We will send the News to soldiers in the army or their wives at home, at the rate of $2 a year, always in advance. Subscriptions taken for 6 or 3 months hi Township Bounty Bonds: Blank Township Bonds, printed on jrood paper, for sale at this office. Pricp, 25 or les $3; 25 to 50, $4. Ordar ...

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 January 1865

Farmer's Department Keeping Fruit. io our list tfpirinburg to dsy, (Jul 23) and it was in pretty Rood rondiiinn, resombling a Sc k-no-furthor when in prime order. Greening may be kept till the ad rent of early fruit. Tbo aeeret is temperature, tie hydro metrio a woll aa tho tliermomotrio in other word, the dampness and tho heat of )onr room or place where you keep yonr fruit. A cellar will do cry well. Hut you mint avoid tho too dry and you tnntl avoid tho too wet else your apples will shrink whon too dry and rot when too damp. This has been thor oughly demonstrated, and is a fixed (act. Dut this is only half of It. Your cellar must be cold thero is do getting around this. Unless cold your apples will not keep. If warm, they will ripen, become mellow and rot. If thoroughly cold, at the freciing point or a litllo be low it they will remain as they aro as long as you keep them in that tempera ture, if it is a year, or two or three. If thus kept cool, thy will never rot never ripen. Th...

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 February 1865

J, L. DOARDMAK,) Editor and Proprietor. ) amtlr. Jflumal---cWel( Dftfos, lfS literaiure, Agriculture, Ipirlitfs, &v. 32 60 a Yar; Strictly Id Advance. 'NUMBER 41. VOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 18G5. Poetry. [From the Congregationalist. UNDER THE SNOW. Thar iirt folded bands that are cold end white Line, lbt no more In loving "good night" Shall ever meet thine i for nader the now Are thy burltd tieeeures of long go. There's quiet hoaee, nod an amply chair There's voice subdued In In evening yreyer, Thai mournfully pleads s for nder tbe sueer Are the household treasures of long ". Ofiwml young lives, there's beautiful dream, Fading so quickly It scarcely would seem I.Iks the morning inlet i fer under the ino LI the loved nd loriug of long ago. Tb bountiful flowers of the snasmer'e bloom, That puled and drooped In the autumn's gloom, 1 .lull see again i for well I know Eirlli lovingly hides them under the mow. you, when yon eland by the pea...

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 February 1865

Hit.r.BBOBOuan. onio. Thursday, - - Feb. 2, 186$ LATEST NEWS. The Constitutional Amendment Abolishing Slavery. Passed the lower House of Congress on Tuesday last by (he unexpected and gratifying voto of 119 to 56 more than the requisite two-third majority. Its passage io the Senate ia of ooorse cer tain. It mast then receire the sa notion of three-fourths of all the States, to become a part of the Constitution. Only one Democrat from Ohio, IIutcLine, voted for the amendment. hi Mr. Blair's "Peace Mission" Ended in tmoW, as was predicted by those best qualified to judge. Ho re turned to Washington last week, and it is stated, apparently on good authori ty, though unofficially, that ho learned in Richmond that Jeff Davis would not treat for peace on any other basis than independence. On receipt of this in telligencc, Gold immediately went up gain to 220, but it declined again on TncsJay lust, to 205, owing to tho report that Peace Commissioners from Rich inond were on their way to Was...

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 February 1865

Matters about Home. BOY WANTED! A irmrt, active, intolligent Boy, who can read well, from 15 to 18 years of g", (a wanted at (his office, to act typo, and make himself generally useful. , One who can board with his parents, and who haa some knowlodgo of tho printing business, would bo preferred. Appljf immediately. ' An Extra Copy for Every Ten Subscribers. - ' - Boribors. 1 . Vte wi'.J ind' an extra copy of.the News,' gratis," for c'vory ,len aubsoribprs sent us, accompanied with tho cash at our regular rateaY$2.50 adranoo. This is the best wo can afford to do. Tho ; subscribers may be at different post-offices, as the papor will be ad dressed to each ono separately. , A The News for $2 a Year to Soldiers and Soldiers' Wives. ' We will send the News to solJiori 1 n the army or Uicif wives at hoqae, -at the rite of $S a "year," always in advance. Subscriptions taken for 6 or 3 months. ' ' Township Bounty Bonds. Blank Township Bonds, printed on good paper, for snjo at this offiooy Pr...

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 February 1865

Farmer's Department Fraudulent Tree Dealers. ' ti ! no uncommon thing; to tiotr 6i (1ii of frauds comtijittcrl by irrc -poMiUe dcalurs in Nursorj Stock, who prrnmhuUtt- the country representing fhcumlvr- m azcnl Tor eonie odq Or . ' ' :' more rcspectuuie nurvcrj, uu wuuii diciolit has been brought upoo the hole Fruit Tree business by . their! fraud. No one should givo tn order In i trnvvling tcot until bo shows his suthoriiy for acting for tbo Nurseryman no prrtcnds' to represent. Tbi, is the only way to be assured of rccrlvlnp tho varieties of trees or tines ordered. We are glad to learn, as wj do by the following note, thai the proprietor of the (Jovediie Nurseries proposes to bring iho law to bear upon' some of these cheating rascals: Deab Fit B xi eh Will you permit me to say to your subscribers (and I hope you have rainy of (hem) in Chagrin Falls, Auroro, Mantua, and through that region, that I fear they havjAcon outrageously l.nposod upon by some knaves who have been through t...

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