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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 9 February 1865

fXTlfo '( p - j v vcJ O J. L. BOARDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND; COUNTY. OHIO THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 1865. number;,?- mi ' .-.Mm X . I H . . . .. i Tk. . . ly--- Zs--rr-. a T r- . ... hm iKB'V 1 t ' I r-.n Poetry. Poetry. THE SLAVE IN THE DISMAL SWAMP. In th dark fen of Hi Dismal mp, Th k mi ted Nfero lay I . : )l i'w Hi fir 61 111 midnight camp, And hM ttln hr' tramp And bloodliQUud'idliUnt bajr. Wliitra Wlll-oMho-wUnii nd glowworm climb, In bulruah nd In lmki Utr waving mow ilirond lh pin, And Ik edr grow and the polono Tin I iriotttd Ilk Hi inak. Vhr hurdljr a human fiiot could pM, Or human boar t would dr , On th quaking tnrf of th grn mum H cronchtd In lb rank and tangled gram, f.ik a wild bul In hi lair. Atfonrold Slav InArm and lama, Oroat icar lfornid M fa I On 111 forehsad bo bur tho brand of hmo, And th ratfn tint hid hi nmtiglod frame, Wor. th llvorjr of disgrace. All thing auov were bright nd fair, All thing wer gtiul and frc 1 Mthe ulr...

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 February 1865

ffPjSjMey1 niLLsaonouan. onio. -- ThursiZAy,- Feb. 9, 1865 LATEST NEWS. Another "Peace" Failure. 1 Tit P resident and Mr. Seward held a foor Lours' conference on Friday last a' Fortress Monroe, with Moists. Stephens, Hooter and Camplell,tthe rebel eoramTs loners 1 from Richmond, tho result of which was that neithor sitlo was found willing to makepeace on terms accept abl to both. The President of course insisted on the restoration of the Union ai an indispensable) condition, while the rebels would accept nothing but lode paadence. So the oonferene closed, without effecting anjtbinp, as far as yet appears. i .ii. , ii . , within Forty Miles of Charleston-Foster Co-operating with Him-Great Battle Probable near Charleston. ' FoRtBKSS ', MoSROB, January' 31. llie steamer 'TVarrtor arrived here to day from Fort Fisher. Up to Sunday last nothing of impor tance had taken place. Some of our gunboat were : moving up Cape Fear Hirer, to the Ticinity of one rebel fort, probably with the intent...

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 February 1865

Matters about Home. llnWrlber eeoelvlnir their mhti lth an "X1 w.rk4 iwH their name, wtl II un.leratand thai Ui MiMtor klch they hava paid ha. expired , I l . ' ' '. Advance in Prices of Advertising. From aod after February lit, in ae eordanoe with the Soalo of Pricea adopt eel by tho Ohio Publishera' Convention, halt, at Columbus on the 4th in.it., our Advertieing ratea will be advanced aa follow; , Bates of Advertising. TBANSfKNT ADVBUTISINO. On. .n,nr, nne we-ek Euk additional Itir1liu,. ... 11 nn ... M mw All Jranetrit advertlalna;, fera .barter- tlm than I month!, W(d al th abav rat. S mw, fnn 1mrH..L f 00 Two anttaraa.. ........... S.00 n ro.. 17.00 II 00 14.no la.no m no MOD 11 mn. $11.00 18 110 r'.oo iVrn .10 11O 4(too 80 no 1 nre awnie.eM U nlewa.. 2 column. ....mm. li oln. Thee -tr. 10.00 1 aalnmn... ...36.00 ..... WOO W"tO 1trTe f thU typ. occupying hoot ineA apace, mtkt a eauar. Nntt. erf 1tenTl.nt, Belli Ion. and Mtarary Soel.. tin. half-price). OMtnerr Woite, (eepl tho...

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. — 9 February 1865

Farmer's Department. Profits of Grape Culture—The Other Side of the Question--Answer to Mr. Yeatman. . slaving recent!? copied into tint de partment of onr paper the article of tyr-Tooa. II. Yeatraen, readberors the Cincinnati Ilortioullurat Sooiety, in which hy argued (hat the Grape in Southern Ohio is no longer, a profitable crop, and will bsvo to ba abandoned', it ia bat proper that we should give oar readers tha other aidd bf the question. Tbia ia presented in a report read before tbaiame Society on the 14th of Jsnttarv. Wa copy the material purr, as foil owe : ".'Mr. Thompson, from tho Committee to prepare a rejoinder to Mr. Yeatman'a communication on ' Grape-Growiop, in tbia Ticinitj," eubmitted tbeir report. They find that, though many vineyards bare not been remunerative, yet this has been chit fly owing to a want of theroogh cultivation. They alao pre sent tame atatementa of crops for the past ceascn, which place the subject in a totally different aspect from that given by ...

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 February 1865

J. L. B OARDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor. ) VOL. XXVIII. & Imtntal)fl)(icit to $Mm, politics, fitcrnlurc, grienlturt, Uladufs, fa. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 18G5. ( S2 SO a Year; f Strictly iu Advance. ".NUMBER 43. 2 Jv Oil 1' ffl Poetry. [Published by Request. HIGH TREASON. A Popular Army Song. wlill. a prlenner In the hum). of the enemy, at Camp Kurd, near Tvler, Toia. My name It li HIrIi Trei.on, 1 have brother Jeff, 1 rm from South Oarollna, I'll tall you why I left. In 11.12 w thonizht to raise .quail, llut Jack.on got ao huffr, ha ewor li.'d hang n all. I nsed tnhavn Uncle, as ennnlns; aa cnen. He livedin Sonlh Carolina, hi. nam. was John Cathnnn. II. g t ao mad In Wasliln ton that ha begin to f.iam . fie a were Carolina ehonbl.arede, and he waa going hmne' But when OM Hickory heard this, ha mad. an awful fuse Ilrvewrnrahe'd hangmy Uncle, old mischlcf-m.ltingeaM' My Tori, did not Ilk. this, hut on hi. word relied, Ami knuckled down to Jacka...

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 February 1865

dc Digjjlanl, Jtbs. niLJCsnonouon. onio. Thursday, - - - Feb. 16. 1865. gTV LATEST NEWS. Reported Capture of Branchville, S. C. We hn-e a report through rebel do pcrtcrs, that Gen. Shermin bai captured Branchvillo. and that tha rebels were evacuating Charleston. Tbe report probably true, at least as far as tho cap tare of Brancbville is concerned. Rumored Evacuation of Richmond. Latest reports from tbc James state tbat tbcro are strong indications of Lee being about to evacuate Richmond. Deserters say (hit tbo rebel guns were being removed from their batteries on tbo north side of tbo Jameo. It thought Lee may attempt to throw bis whole army against Sherman, in the hope of crushing him before reinforce men Is can reach him. m Rumored Evacuation of Richmond. Another Advance of Grant's Army-- The Rebels Driven Back Five Miles. Gen. Grant made another important movement on Saturday before last, whicl resulted in a severe battle at Hatcher lion, on Monday. Ihe rebels were driven back nc...

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. — 16 February 1865

Matters about Home. HitWriner. feealvlnir their paper, with n h. irked nppnalte their nm, will nnderatawl th n tlm.for which they have paid hH .aplreal. Advance in Prices of Advertising. From and after February let, In ac cordance with the Scale of Prices adopt ed by the Ohio Publishers' Convention, held t Colombos on the 4th inst., onr Advertising rstcs will be advanced si follow : Bates of Advertising. TRANSIENT A PVKnTISIXa fl .no . w On innnre, one week ... Knek additional Iniortlon, tftr All tranalenl advertlilnn, far, ihort.r tlm than S month, charged, at th. abor. raw.. 12 mna, 111.00 Iftno 2ii.nn jr. t anno 4n no an.no ....In"" .... 00 ....v.oo ....12.on ....U'.nn ...4n.no ....AK.no me... S7.no 11.no 14.no in.no jo no anno cow On n,uare Twn amtar. Thr .quar...... 1 eoinmn.. ........ 2 column enlumn 1 in1nmn -10 line, of lhl type, occupying hoot on lac ;mnv, malt 11 .iuar. Notice nf Ttenevolent, Religion, and Llt.rary Socle. Ilea. nnil-Iri--, - tll.ltnarv Notice, (ateept ho o...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 16 February 1865

Farmer's Department [From the Ohio Farmer. Cheap Gate. Ill old prtotioe of building firm pates with hcity foar-by-foar scsntliiip; for pouts nd end pieces, snd oalc boards riteted together, tenanted, &,o , causing an expense of from threo to five dollars gate, and in everlasting trouble to keep the gate, when hunp; from sag piny, I long cinco abandoned. As a substi'ule, and as forming o gate tbat has never sieged for ten years, I take five pieces of incb boards, each ten feet long, one eight inches wide for the bot tom atrip, atd oath of the others four inches wide. I then take ono piece four Inches vide for ono end upright, and one piece f iht inches wide for the rod pieco where the hinges are to be. These ships are four feet long, that bo ing high enough for any gate for ordi nary purposes. Novv lay down your cud piece1, then place tho eight-inch wide and ten-foot long strip for the bot tom, ntiil it at each end to the upright with wrought nails; now take threo ol tbe four inc...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 23 February 1865

- :;t ... J. L. BOARDMAN,) ' Editor and Proprietor. ) VOL. XXVIII. JnmHjt fluntal etoiclr to $lcfos, politics, literature, gricullttrc, UTarhcls, fa, HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1865. j 52 50 a Year; ' Strictly In Advance. NUMBER 11. ' JAMES SLOAN E. FRANKBTKKL. Sloan & Steel, . ' ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Hillsborough, Ohio. Probata and Especial attention paid to Partition Collection business. Not. 24, 14. ' nov21tf DR. E. LEHMANN, tF PICK Removed to High street, east (Id, upstair, over Millar A Evans' Grorerv .tor-. HILLSBORO, OHIO. novl7m3 f&Z2j riif aTaa A CTJU. -M..e, DR. ROBOTS STOMACH BITTERS ARE KOT TO BE EXCELUD At A STOMACHIC ARB of nm DIGESTIVE ORGANS. u a vtvvcW vwvcv vv-VW Vft WvV 0," W O. A . ow wvvt. wccAeA tvw t,v.c. Ifilious Fever, ; Fever and, Jlgua, Tiiver: Complaint, (Dyspepsia-, JncLzgeation, JarubTidLioe, Kidney Complaznta, VtVV aAVUf,. ..." V V V V.ovyevv voo txwvx .yvs. vve wi;c e.xw cooy yxw Yo.i 3ocoy VivWs. &WvueA."". ...

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 February 1865

Cjj'e pnny plus. IIILLSBOHOUGH. OHIO. Thursday i Feb. 23. 1865. 1 . LATEST NEWS. GLORIOUS NEWS!! CHARLESTON EVACUATED! Our Forces in Possession! THE OLD FLAG FLYING OVER SUMTER! TEU I The Nest of Treason Cleaned Out!! SHERMAN MARCHING ON! He Occupies Columbia, the Capital of S. C. Fighting at Wilmington Commenced Fighting at Wilmington Commenced--Its Capture Probable. Tho following Official War Bulletins announce tho glorious news of the evacuation of Charleston by the rebel forces, and its occupation by our army and navy. Tho hot-bed of Nullification, Secession and Rebellion, where the egg of Treason was hatched ; where tho first gun was fired, which kindled tho flames of civil war throughout the land ; where traitors havo so long de fied tho authority of the Union Charleston, tho " Babylon " of the Re bellion, has fallen, before tho irresisti ble advance of Sherman's legions, and her proud and" insolent traitors have fled away lo escape tho vengeance which their crimes have so ric...

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. — 23 February 1865

Matters about Home. ,il.rfllipr trralvlna; lliolr parir-ra with i an Mutrkril opr'lt" "'' namna, will mtiliratand that ttmafor which tli"J have palil Iih eiilrwl. Rates of Advertising. TRANSIENT ADVERTISING. Otin aijttara, nna VHtW, Kuril aililllliuial Itisarllim, fill r All Inui.lMil .1irtlln((, fr ahurlrr lint limn S innllw, rhrR..il at " t 3 tnna, ft mm. 12 ma. tl'-."0 1 no 'jn.no js.no an.no 4n.no HO.UO fin. mmrf ."" ''"' Two sniaras.... Tliraa squares. cnliinm 2 column 12 column n.im 11.no in.m 12.no U.tm o.no 11. no 1ii.no in (HI :wino I ..Ro.oo araT 1I llnaa of til In lypi, OCCU.'ylllg BiKiil, m o fuirt, mnkn a annate1. N.JIfrinf ni-novnlent, R-HkIim '' Ml"rjr Sinle- "'M.l'twMy' Nntlra., (oxecpt those of 8.,MI'f) .1 rants or line nf wonl". , , , , , .. All Advnrtlivmt-iitii Vfpt In special pla". 2 Hrront. "Ailv-rtl-'en.-nl. ilMay-d with large typo, r1mrn.il tl'Mi0. :.Tn Vorr. NnHces. Koa.l No. tlrr-, Attarhmont Nntlraa, ami all ntlirr translont ail . .1 .. ... iM niii for hpf...

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 February 1865

Farmer's Department. [From the American Agriculturist. Notes and Suggestions for February. Winter ncs lo1y. The etrlj riser find the dawn gradually enoroacb ing on the prolonged darkness; here nd there in untimely lamb sendt forth piteous wail, and occasionally an hour of sunshine pcks warmly of advanc ing ipring but lowering clouds and fitful atorms quickly warn tho impatient buda to bide their time and not trust the apparently relenting heart of winter These hints of the ooming season should not bo loot. If a full plan of operations for the year be not perfected, lose no tiioo in its completion. A map of the farm will be of great assistance in this work. It need not bo an accu rate survey of each lot, thoosrb this would be more catisfaotory ; a plain outline of boundaries and measure Bents taken with a marked polo, will be sufficient. Great caution should be ezeroisod in muking radical changes, Many have bcon tempted by tho high price of sheep to sell out an established dairy, or ...

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 March 1865

J. L. BOARDMANJ Editor and Proprietor. S VOL. XXVIII. Jfiim'tljj "irnxnlMifs ia $tcfos, Politics, literature, Agriculture, mMs, c. j !52 50 a Year; Strictly In Advance. . HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. MARCH 2, I8G5. NUMBER 45. Poetry. [For the News. SHERIDAN'S VICTORY At the Battle of Cedar Creek. Air--St. Clair's Defeat. BY SERGEANT A. GRADY, CO. O, 91ST O. V. I. Til nlnatMnlh of October, In tho jraar of Blxtj-Fonr, Will nevar bo forgottan, 'till Tlmo shall bo no more; Tn tiaio In aven balancs tho fearful contest bung, At tho roaman's column against our loft waro swung. 'Tvuoarl? In tho morning, wbllo darkness yt pre vailed, The stealthy Southern traitor's our (looping camps as. sailed, And thought to lake advantage, and thin the victory l!ln, Put they oro disappointed, and man; of them alaln. Over all tho f alloy a mlitjr rlond was aoon, Manning Ilka a curtain tho battling hosts netwoan; Whllo upon tho bree7.ee thsre came a foarlnl cry. From tho motlng thousands w...

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 March 1865

1 LVL ii. 1". HILLSBOROUGH. OHIO. Thursday, iVH5erl863. X LATEST NEWS. Vft have had no important war new? since our last, except the capture ol Fort Anderson and Wilmington. It is reported by deserters that Lee has left Richmond with ncnVT reinforcements and gone South to concentrate his forces with those of Beauregard, and strike Sherman a blow. Gen. Grant, how ever, is on the alert and is no doubt operating to prevent such a movement being successful. Tbe situation is ex citing, and the general opinion is that great battle must soon be fought somewhere in North Carolina. It is aaid that Lee has left Johnston in com mand at Richmond. We have no fc'ari as to Gen. Sher man's ability to maintain himself against any force the rebels can bring against him. At last accounts, on the 2 let of February, he was advancing towards Wilmington, and was only 75 miles distant. If he could reach there ho would bo reinforced by Schoficld's army, and would then bo strong enough to repel any attack. T...

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 March 1865

Matters about Home. "ISC." " Subscribers receltlng their papers with (in "X" i.arked opposite their names, will understand that the time lor which bare paid haa eiplrud. Rates of Advertising. TRANSIENT ADVERTISING. One square, one week, 91 .00 Kae.b additional insertion 60 " All transient adrertlslng, fnra shorter time than 3 months, chargud at the abore ratee. a, meat. l mas. 1 mm, One square to.iio 7.00 12.no Two squares ." 11.00 1(1.(10 Three tqimnl 1000 14."0 211.00 Kt column 12.00 lil.OO 2S.00 2 column lo.oo o.oo so.oo XL column o.oo ail 00 40 00 I column 3.1.00 00 00 80.00 sy 10 lines of this type, occupying about one facn o space, maka a square. Notices of Benerolent, Ttcllgloni and Literary Riwte. ties, half-price. Obituary Notices, (oiccpt thoea of Soldiers) J conta per line of B words. All Advertisements kept In (pedal placet, 25 per cent, additional. Advertisements displayed with large type, charged erordlnir to the snacs occupied. Admlnl-trninr'a Notices, Divorce Notices...

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 March 1865

Farmer's Department. Farmer's Department. Egyptian Wheat, or Pharaoh's Corn. Tbs British Antiquarian Sooiety of London scot a delegation to the land of Ejrjpt some ten jean tincr, for the pur poie of penetrating and exploring those grand monnmonti of human skill and foil, the Pyramids. After much labor, they roaohed tho interior of one of Uio principal ones, where they discovered number of cells, or small apartment., which hid boon used for the interment of kings and idol deities, and wbjch wero separate from each other and air tight till broken open by the explorers. In one of these places, supposed to bo tho tomb of thatPharaoh who reigned in the time of Joseph, a body was found in a perfect state of preservation, and in whoso clinched band three small grains were discovered, which wore pre served, brought homo, planted, and, to tho astonishment of all, one of them grew ! The cov'oriog of tho body and air tight chamber hod preserved the living germ for more than three thous and ye...

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. — 9 March 1865

J. L. DOARDMANJ C vmtU Sfmm.nf HotA 4n UTWt mitTtitn WfUifi J 32 50 a Year: Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVllI. ' a . in mi i .ti i ii i ii ' r a 1 1 I f I I 11 a I 1 1 -a i' I I I I I i ir iiii.iiiiii r i I I I n I 11 I I . ibbis 11 - Strictly in Advance ' HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY , MARCH 9, 18G5. NUMBER 46. Poetry. THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. MEUT. THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. HYMN BY DR. O. W. HOLMES. t AHIiomtlnKl.lld..t H.t..n. in lion-w of -lll11..n1 Amon.tniotit, th. MmlK l.ym. lr. Il0l,n,.ung to lhetun.f "OI.I ll.i.ln OiTor of nil thai crowns our days, With gritofiil hearts sl"K tJ 1'ralset TlirmiKh J'T on,l 'lwr' ,!,, ''J ,'h Our Canaan's promisor! land w see. Iliilr of Nations, Jnlg our raimo! If wo hato kept thy holy lawn; The Hons of Mr-Ual curso In vain The Jny that renili thocaptlve'i tialn. ThniifloilofronitoumTl IsruM'i Lnnll Iti-oak In th.'lr grasp the .MM nn.l awont. And makothy rlglit.'oni Jiidgim-nt Miowu Till all thy f""1' re ovortlirawnl...

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 March 1865

niLLSBOHOuan. omo. . . Thursday, March - - - 9, 1865. LATEST NEWS. LATEST NEWS. ANOTHER GREAT VICTORY. Sheridan on the War Path Again. He Defeats and Captures Early and 1800 Men. Gen. Sheridan left Winchester on Monday of last week, with about 15,000 cavalry , and pushed toward Lynchburg, Gen. Grant telegraphs the War Depart ment, under date of Sunday last, that deserters just from Richmond report thatSheiidan fought a battlo with Ear ly on Thursday last, betwocn Stauntorr and Charlottesville, in which Early was entirely routed, and taken prisoner, with 1800 of his men. Our forceB copturid Cbarlottesvillo and were pushing ou to Lynchburg. Lee waj sending reinforce ments to that place. P. S. Yesterday's city papers throw come doubt on the reported capture of Early, no confirmation of it having been received at Washington. From Sherman's Army. We lave do later intelligence direct from Gen. Sherman. A dispatch from Washington dated Sunday last, snys General Blackman, of Gen.Schofield'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. — 9 March 1865

Matters about Home. ftqtwrltar rertdvln Ihclr pniwr with nn ti.rktd op)HMtt thlr niimfff, will tiiidirtnnd that the time lor which they lmv pnil Iim ei'lnd. Bin file copy, yr,., XjlC HIGHLAND WEEKLY NEWS 19 PCnMSIlID BVF.RY THUl'SDAT MORNINO. Office of Publication, nn Main etreet, east of High, up Slain oror tha Post Offlco. MA It. SUDSCRIBBR. , M M 1 M A months u. T-PaTnient Invariably In advance. No paper aent (mall longer thanlh time paid forr iS-Anei.trar.opy will be aent tratl, for every club of t subscribers at inaatwve rates. TTn Soldiers or the Ir faniilloa we trill "! th p per for 2 a year. tows 8inscRir.F.ns. To Hnbscrlhersin Hillshnro n1 vicinity, Ilia Kw will bo promptly' delivered by C arrl-r, or at th el Ml (jmce or omce or pnniiceuu,,, - - I.i advance, or within I month M At the anil of moi.tha ' " At tha and of the year mm-. i n.vment iirefcrnid In all raeci. Sub errlbers will be notlth rt ot tha egplratlon of their lima by a cross on Ihelr papers, or by blllscnclose...

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. — 9 March 1865

Farmer's Department. [From the Cincinnati Commercial. The Cultivation of the Grape—Mr. Yeatman's Reply to the Cin. Horticultural Society. gripe hs bcon a hobby of mine for mnT yflar', aod I havo studied it both theoretically and practically. Wore it laeccssful crop innmlly, I do not know any thing that would be more re munerative, besides drawing into uso the vacant liill-sidos in the vicinity of our city, greatly enhancing their value, and giving employment to thousands of women and children. I planted the first of my vineyard In 1815, which produced grapes the second and third years; thereupon tho yield continued to increase on all newly-planted roots, up to tho fifth and tix'h years, but af ter that time the crop became uncer tain ; yet the r moluraents were so great that I persevered in the cultivation, hoping for better yields, and would have considered the ndvenfuro proBta blo had tho crop been good every alter nate, or even third year. I at first at trtbu'ed tho failure to th...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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