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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 20 April 1865

UJ L ,a , j . . .J. i I-LJJLLJ ''4. ' J. L. BOARDMAN, Editor and Proprietor. iantiln 0itntaI--)cl)oleJr to letos, alilics, ftteraiurc griculfiire, $fforheis, fa. 82 53 a Year. ' Strictly in. Advance VOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. APRIL 20, 1865. NUMBER 52. NEW GROCERY! FAMILY PRODUCE STORE! VaniiR respectfully Inform his old M. ff'lMids and the publlo generally, that he has open ed a new GR OCERY Unil Produce Store, "dn he west aide of High street, sonth of Main, on idoor south of lha Kpres Office, where he Intends to Veep a good assortment of XamllT Groceries and Pro 'dnce, which bo will aall AT THE LOWEST TltlCKB ron cash. er The highest rfc" paid either In cash or trad for Butter, Eggs and Country Produce generally. (lire ma a call and I will guarantee tatlifactlon wltb my gooda and prlcet. OKOBOE W. BAMtKRft. Ullltboro, March lit, 180ft. mar2yl A. B. MADDOX. H. B. MADDOX. Jfladdox f Brother, SaV&le $c TQ.trttrss IWafecvs. High SI. fne doors South...

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. — 20 April 1865

tha aelute wii being fired they played the Star-spangled Btaner, Yankee Doo dle end sevtral other pieeee. After tbc Salute General Sweet proposed three eheeri for the fall of Richmond, end the j were given with vim. The Great Sanitary Fair, t commence in thie city on- the 30th Jay of May ia all the talk, aniTerery effort is beiop put forth to make the Fair a magniQ cent sueoeat. Hopes are entertained that this Fair will be the fast one need ed., President Linooln and aovoral oth er dignitariea bars been iovitod and bTB promised to attend if possible. Mrs, General Sherman came here last week to assist in making arrango ments. - The exchango of prisoners is still go Ing on slowly. Many of the prisoner have lost faith in Jeff, and prcfor to t,ke the oath. Five companies baveJ . enlisted in Cavalry Regiment, and will be sent to protect tho frontier. Capt Shanks, the principal witness in the Chicago conspiracy case, ia Captain in ooo of the companies. lie ia a very sharp, shrewd man. He ...

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. — 20 April 1865

Matters about Home. 99 Snhaerlbera reealrlnR their paper with an "X'' marked oppieltn their nnniM, will understand that IIk ! tlmatar whlohthe? hare paid Iih expired. THE niUIILIND WEEKLY KEWS iT"p'ufiiisiir.n" every Tiiurtsn.T morning Office of Publication, on Miln atreet. ee.t of High, tip -Btnlr.oror I lie Pont OITlcn. mail scnscRinBitl Single opYiono ycer ft montha " 3 month.... M M 1 2". no We-Paement Inearleblr tn adennre. No pnper lent by mull bincer than the tlin paid for." Or An extra copy will he enf cmltn, f r ercry clnl of Tin ubicrlberi at theahoee rate". ' mWTn Holdler or their famille w wllleend the ri per for 12 a rear. t . town FrnHCRtPKTis. TnWrtbn'ln TfMthom and vlclnltv, tbe Jut lllbe promptlT delivered b Carrier, or at the foe, Office or offloo of publication, on the following term-: In adre.nce.nr within I month i t. At the nil of n mnnttu 2 7 It . .1.. A nrth Me 3 00 Mb V-I J...A1 .muni nrnflirFMl In 11 ee.e fltlh Verifier" will be notified ol the exnlralton o...

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. — 20 April 1865

Farmer's Department. "Uncle Ben" on the Culture of Sorghum and Manufacture of Syrup. HILLSBORO, April, 1865. Mr. Editor : For the benefll of your oorrenpondent "J. M." aod others!3 of your rctJcri, I will, ti requested, girt tone of mj experience in the oul tore of Sorghum end the manufacture of Syrup. Ia the first place, select piece of dry, loamy soil. Up-lind is preferable to bottom. Of course if large yield is etpeoted, tho ground should bo rich. Plow ai early io the spring as the ground can be found in good order, and as io case of all (other crops, plow detp and well. Then, about tho first of May, put the ground io the best possible condition, by harrowing and rolling if necessary. If no drill can be tad for planting, lay off the ground by running very light furrows four feet apart. A sharp pointed shorel plow makes the best fur row for receiving the seed, though great care should be taken not to get them too deep. The depth of an ordinary harrow-tooth mark is sufficient. Scat...

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. — 27 April 1865

J. L. DOARDMAN.j Editor and Proprietor. ( Jfamtlg IjuntuI DdbolA Iff $fctosf politics, fitcntfiuT, jricutturc, paiicfs, fa. $2 50 a Year: Strictly in Aivanca VOL. 29 NO. 1. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. APRIL 27, 18G5. WHOLE NO. 1509.' NEW GROCERY! y-tx. "rotf b:d FAMILY PRODUCE STORE! TPI1C SUBSCRIBF.n respectfully Infnrmi hi. old friends mid the public generally, that he Iim open ed a new C3rTL OC33R.Y and Produce Store, on the west side of High street, eonth of Main, one door eolith of the ICiros office, wbcre he Intern!, to keep rood assortment of Family Ororerlce and Pro. rinr-e, which he will .ell AT TUB I.OWKST PRICKS KIR CASH. W The highest price, paid either In r.nh or trade, for Duller, F.ggs end t'oniitr.T Produce generally. filre me mil end I will guarantee eatislactlon with my good, and price.. nRORQE W. BAUItKllK. Ilillsboro, Mnrcli tit, Imift. mar'2yl A. II. MADDOX. H. It. MAPDOX. Jtiaddox Jf Itrothcr, (c Hjaruccfl J,iUcrs. (High IV. m fiW doors Hoeia...

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. — 27 April 1865

niLLSfionouan. oiiio. Thursday, - - April 27, 1865. LATEST NEWS. Booth, tho'aRHiiMin of tlio rrvni'hnt, i . still at large. It is believed in Wash ington that in escaping ho foil from hi horse and broke his and that ho in , concealed somewhere in Charles, St. Mary, or Trince Goorgo counties, ild., n well-know n hot -bod of rcccs Kionints and rebel KympathUers. Surratt and Ilerrold, two of booth's accomplices, are also still at largo. Other supposed accomplices hnvo been arrested, but the Government prohibits the publication of all details for the present . General Wilson's euvalrv captured Selma, Ala., on the 2d inst., defeating Forrest, Chalmers and Lyon s forces, capturing 2000 prisoners. 100 cannon millions of dollars worth of cotton, army stores, Ac., all ot which were destroyed. Our forces are following the retreat tng rebels from Mobile in the direction of Macon. A speedy capture of the Dlace is expected. It is believed tho rebel Gen. Maun has still about 13,000 men. Salisbury...

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. — 27 April 1865

Matters about Home. r " Pnrmrrlbera reddvlna; Uielr pnpeM mllli an "X" to. irked oppnult thnlr nemo, nil! uudnriittind tlint lit line for which tliey have paid hu expired. To Advertisers. Our adtertlt'tig patron will oMUe n lijr hnillnt lu Oielr furore an early aaTneiday, in onler to van thvlr iMurllon the mine week. ' New Volume. With this number wo begin the 29th , Tolame of the News, Binoo its first cs- " tallishmont by onr predecessor, Mr. ; James Brown. )ur own connection with. the paper commenced January 1st, 1852, and wo had thoreforo issued thir tten volumes on the lit of January Mast. ' Wo 'can scarcely realize the fact that thirteon years have passed Bince we . published our first number, bnt so it is. Timo flics, end we are unwillingly re minded that we ere beginning to grow old. . On the wholo, though we heve at times had serious obstacles to contend with, end have labored under great di couragmcnts, we can look back upon cor editorial eiperionco with feelings of pleasur...

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. — 27 April 1865

Farmer's Department All About Sorghum. We ahould ba glad to giro our read er in few word?, the aum total of all the information whicb hai been oollectcd, upon tbe anVjreta of aeed, aoil, and flantioa,bgt aaall know,"circamfllanoci Iter casea," and almoat anything we mlgfit write of a definite nature, would bare onlj a limited application. Ai a general autnmarj of the matter, we nay aaj tbat npon tbe aubjoct of eeed, tbe spirit of tbe oonTentiona in lo ftfor of (be regular Sorgo or Chinese Cane for arap, both on acoount of quality and comparatire quantity of the product. For angar-producing canen, the preference Is gltcn to the Impbee, particularly the Om scea-oa or Otabcit an. The so called early Sorgo, and early black Impbee are believed to ripen from three to fonr weeks sooner than the regular Sorgo or Impbee ; not so productive, but quality of product in rjrop not inferior. Nce-a-ia-na ripens at about tbe same time as tbe regular Sorgo, but may be worked to advantage earlier, bef...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 4 May 1865

: JiBanfSoeto1 Jamilg 0UtoI eholci to lcfos, lilies, fitcnutre, griciilhtre, IIJaHicte, c. I $2 50 a Year: ' Strictly in AlTine VOL. 29-NO. 2. HILESBOHOUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO TIIU11SDAY.. . MAY i, 1865. " WHOLE NO. 1510. 5 i i r I, FARM FOR SALE WITHIN 9 mllea nf Itlllsboro, on tbe old grade Pike, containing 182 acres nf excellent lan.l, a Spring ot fine water In nearly entry Held, Apple end Peach oschards, 40 acres In Wheat, Home of aeven roome, Im Cellara, largo Barn and other necueeary out-bulldlngs, Hill bo Sold on Liberal Terms. For further particular! apply on the premises, to feb2Uf E. J. Hl'OlfES. Good Farm for Sale! OTft ACtlKS GOOD LAND, tying 0 miles east of A i W lllllslmrn.nn the Marshall road. Well tim bered and watered and tinder good cultivation, flood voung orrhnrd. Either the whole tract will be aoldt or If preferred, will eell 12. acres. Terms reasonable. For further particular apply on lie premlsee. ANDUEW BLOUNT. March 8, 186"). mur'Jef TWO VM1BLB FARMS roit...

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. — 4 May 1865

ir.ll iurw it. Tho tight of its bright toing proipeoti dashes chseringlj to itj, sthwsrt tho gloom oooasiooed by lit detth, and the liogtuge of God it telling ui that thooh tha frisnds of lib erty die, librrtj itself it immortal. There it no power strong enough to qoeoeh its life or srrest iti onward inaroh to iti oonqneit over empires of the world. Tbii it oor confidence, and thia it our ooniolation aa we wtep and tnoarn to da. Thoagh oar bclorcd Preildcat it ilaio, our bclorcd country ia tared, and ao we ting of mercy at well at judgment. Tears of gratitude mingle with thoio of sorrow while there ia the dawning of a brighter div upon our weary land. '"God be praised that our fallen chief lired loog enough to aee tho day dawn and tha atar of joy and peace arise upon the nation. He taw it and waa jlad. Alae, alas! 'he only aaw the dawn. When the tun hat risen full and glori ous, and a happy, re-united people aro rejoicing, it will shine upon his grarej but that grare will be a preci...

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 May 1865

Patters, about Dome. ffuhicrlrrnrl recMTlnjr tTirlr pfipftrft with nn "X" ti. irkAil appnltA tbt(r niimnn, will ini'l'rttDttd that tit tin. for which they haro paid hit oxpfrtd. TIIE HKIHLWO WEEKLY NEWS IS PUBLISHED EVERY TIICtUDAY JIOIXNINO. Office of Publication, on Main street, ml of High, up stairs ovor Hi Poet Office. MAIL 8OBS0K!BR8. tingle copy, one year 1 ' ft mnths m ...a m ii ii S months oo aurrsvoient Invariably In advance. No papor tent by mull longer than the Hint paid for."sT rArlaTtranopyvflll be tent (trail, for every club of TKN subscribe rs at the above ratos, vsey-To Soldiers or thalr families will "end the pa pit fur J2 year. TOWN BCIMCBIBERS. ToSiibscrlhersIn nillshorn mi-1 vicinity, the News wlllb. promptly delivered by Corrl;r. or at the Post Offlce or office of publication, on Hie following term.: In advance, or within I month " At the end of month J ' ; Attheendofthayear " aWr-Advanoa pivm.nt t.r..f,.rr.-l In nil r.see. Sub crlbere will he nulla -d "I the ey...

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. — 4 May 1865

Farmer's Department. [For the News. Planting and Management of Orchards. Wt ire itosht tbit earth beeomei entiobed bj being placed in ftToriblo conditions to receive the free lotion of the eir. I sew thin fiot illustrated very pleinlj in the Spring of 1862. Io the fell I dug holoe la clijey soil for tho purpose of setting out in apple orch ard. The excavated earth remained in hillocks duriug the winter. This ex posure to the air added a shade to its color, and gave it a granulous appear anoe. But though it was greatly im proved there was no safety in trusting to the olay soil alone. I mixed it, be fore planting the trees, with a liitlo barn manure, some straw and some earth, composed of deonyed trees from the woods. Tho time and ldbor employ ed in this work wero well bestowed" having since received decent attention this young orchard is now io a thriving condition. ' I may add that about a dozen trees were planted in wet ground, the holos being balf full of water when tho earth was ...

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 May 1865

-I J.'L. BOARDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor, i 92 60 a Year: Strictly In'Advance VOL. 29 NO. 3. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1865. WHOLE NO. 1511 ". VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE WITHIS 8 mile of Hlll.horo, on the old grade tike, containing IH'i acre nf excellent land, ft Spring of Sne water In noarly every Hold, Apple end Peach ovfiards, 40 acre In Wheat, Home ol aevon rooms, I Cellar., Urge Darn and other necee.ary out-bnlldlnga, M ill be Sold on Liberal Terms. For further particular, apply on the premise., to feb23tf Jt. J. HUGHES. Good Farm for Sale! ATUKS GOOD LAND, lying S mile east nf i i f Hillsboro.on the Marshall rnad. Well tim bered and watered and nnder good cultivation, flood young orchard. Kltber the whole tract will lieaoldi ur If preferred, will aril 125 acre.. Term, reasonable. Fur further particular, applv on heprcmlaea. ANDREW BLOUNT. March 2, IMS. mar2tf . GARRETT & COTTMAN, Manufacturer, of the Celebrated STEEL ROVER PLOWS, Seventh Street. Ci...

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 May 1865

joJgeil tbsm, till ibrj itunj eo?ioUd, mitUn with rsmorss and diioiiy while tk esnst for wbloh lbs President per liked, isnotifisd by nit blood, grows ' ttroegtr tod brighter. Tbas srs tome of tht eonteqaeDoet of tht death of Abraham Lfoooln. Oari la tht grief tbeira It tb Ion, and bit ia tht gain (It died for Libert and tba Union, and ow ha waara tbt martr'a glorioui crown. He it oor orowaad President. While tba Union aurrirei while tha love of Liberty trims tht human heart, Abraham Lincoln will hold high rank among tht immortal dead. Tha nation ia tared and redeemed. 8ht needs no aid from rebel hands to reconstruct tha Union. Tha Union neadt bo reeooatraotion. It waa not made bj man; it waa created bj tba Ood of Nation. It ia titil and immortal. If it bat wounda in tba membcra of its bed, tbej will beat, and leave no toar, without tbt cordial of compromise with traaion. Let ua bewara of tha Delilah f tba South, who baa ao lately betrayed our atrong man. Let tha "Prodigal" feed on ...

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. — 11 May 1865

Matters about Home. '3C. fohn-rlher receiving their papers with an "X" ti.arked onpoelte their name, will nnderetand that th tin for which they hav paid ha eiplred. THE IIKJIILVND MEEKLY NEWS 19 rOBMSHSD KVKIIY T1TURSDAT MORNING. Offleeof Publication, nn Main tre. eat of Ulfh.up Stair of er the Poet Ofllc. MAIL SUBSCIUBIRS. Unfit epr,n - '? ?? S month......... 1 t month rPavmnt Invnrlahtv In advene). No paper ml by mull lonser than th tlm paid for.- er"Aneitracoprwlll.bent (rati, for vrv club of tixberlnert lhahovrta. VTn Soldier or their IkmlllM w will lend th pa par for 12 a year. TOWN RCBSCMDITta. Tn8nbfcrlbrlB nillxhoro and vicinity, th Nrwi will b. promptlr delivered by CA-r. or t the r-o.t Offle or ofnc of publication, on th. followliif lrm: In advance, nr within 1 month J J" At the end of S month J " Attn end oftbyr eTAdvanee pavment preferred In all cn.M. Snh. erlberrlllhnntlB.-d.ifthn rdriinn .ftbelr tlin by era on their par", or by blllencloi I. H TJ.Wedo not dlaennllnn pa...

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. — 11 May 1865

Farmer's Department. [For the News. Sorghum Syrup—Deep Plowing. Mr. Editor: Sinoa reading "Unole BonV notioa of "Cook'n Evaporator" I btrciaen an tpptratus for boiling Sy rup wbioh I tbiok is much aoperior. It wu 00 Sands. Aa 1 sauntered leia nrely towarda the plaoe the worda, ''Re member the Sabbath day to keep it hoi," and "The Lord ia in bia holy temple, let all the earth keep silcnco be fore Him," came to my mind. I bad aome doubt about the propriety of my course j bnt I also remembered that the Book saya something concerning a 'Sabbath day'a journey," wbioh I sup pose to be about three miles, and that boing the distance 1 was going, I por severed. If any error was committed I will endeavor to atone for it by being frank, faithful and just in what I now hare to aay. In the first place let me quote a pass age from ' Uncle Ben" which shows that ae understands the business: "The great desideratum in making Syrup is to get rid of the green substanoe that rises to the surface in boil...

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. — 18 May 1865

$2 SO a Year: Strictly in Advance VOL. 29 NO. 4. H1IJ,SM01U)UG1I. HlGULAyi) COUNTY, OHIO,:, THURSDAY. MAY 13,'..180S. WllOLK yp..l512... 1 I, 1 1 i ....' "id. '.. jfj&v&S'-VA ',51:,r. .'r.-.u,: cii " ! U1LLSB0R0 MARBLE WORKS High Strwt, betwotn Main and Walnnt, Ilillllioro, Ohio. Established la 1834. PAUL HAUSIIA, Proprietor, Tleepectflitly Informs thm pttbtfe that h Is (Ul carrying on iht above .mtablMiment, and In prepared to fur tilth Mnnunajnt, Tomb 8nn, and nil other WMk in bin Vine, at th ehurtuft notir aud on 1 -.V ' -' , ' the ios nasonnnie .. ..' ',,'etar t.rm. Ttianklut tyn thoTory liberal patron. K h hta bfTWfbr reclvfl,h solicit acnitlnnanr of iho sam. n"tl will bpai-o liorffortato mntntMln lh ropulW l uf hlK'Work, fur aiiperlur tyl od flslih, Well bonuly of del(ii. " Kr(t Mtnrtnioiit of MoonramU nnd Tomb Sloeoa alwftT on Imnd. A Alio BICRKA ORISDSTONKS Dd LOClSVtLLl I.I MR nd CEMENT. IlilKMro, April, 18IU, P'7 Blessing's Talent Corn Planter, 1 IRON, NAILS, STEEL...

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. — 18 May 1865

ftjje'pgfclanir $dus. niLLSDOKOuan. onio. Thursday, - Hay 18, 18C5. LATEST NEWS. Of. SbsrasnY tmy left Richmond Usi Fridsj for WssbingtoB, tod et pected to trrir there jeiterdtj or to- a.r. tt it did ibst Jeff. Devil will te onfloed ia Ft. LifereM, .' until the Gtmrnmeni it resdy for hie trie!. It ie thought he will errire tt Weehiogtoa thleweek. Augusts, Georgia, hei been oooupied. ,,.u. wpp8.w, oy wngaa.er uen, ",JV"' 81 wen"" "-- com- ariae,f The new French Mieisler, the Mar quis de Montholon, wae formally re eeived by the Preeidant on Saturday. Advices from Raleigh, N. C, report the utmost distress to be prevailing among the inhabitants. Many of those even who have been wealthy are suffer ing forwent of proper food and cloth ing.' Wilson's great raiding expedition, which baa been tearing through Alt bamaand Georgia, destroying railroads, bridges, mills, msDafactor.es, arsenals, and immense quantities of pabli'o stores, and capturing such towns as Selma aid Montgomery, Alabama, 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. — 18 May 1865

Matters about Home. Safteerfbera reeetvlnej their paper! with an "X" .ark drr""" their iwiiM, will Brtdehitand tht tk Data lor which they hava pld bai eiplred. TIIC HIGHLAND WEEKLY NEWS is pubLisiiid ivmr Thursday mobniko. Offloaof Publication, on Main street, east of High.np .. "1. . btalreorer the 1'oat Office. '' ''v Tunma. ' MAIL SUDSOBIBlR. l , llngUop,on year.... " " S mnnthe.,.. " 3 months... aaarPev-ent Invariably In .(..... ..!.!.. ti .1 64 advance. No paper tit bv null kina-ar than the lime paid for."S rAietrar.opjrivlll heeerit rtli, fr Srar- dub ofTtfteiUjecriuereal uieauoveraiee. rTo Soldier jr tbair feaillle' will land tha pa per lor I i a veer. ' . ... . TOWN SUBSCRIBIM. . To Snbserrbert'ln tIlllhoro and vicinity, tn4 Saws will b promptly delivered by Orrl-r, or at tha Pent Ulrica or nrnc or publication, ou mo ioiiuw ma; w.mp. I In advance, or within 1 month..... .11 At tha end of A motitha..,.,t 75 At the and of tha jenr 00 -a, Nance navment nrafrrrod In all eaaea. S...

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. — 18 May 1865

Farmer's Department. [From the Salute Gazette. Strike! Now or not thin ytr. The plunii trt biped tod Jack Froat sreuis to bo ry MntTto hr, Thcro iro tcoj powderi rtrj. tmhei and woolly things tod lotno hortibli itoohn recommended for tbt corcuHo, but if all or in of them oouli bo rrtonmendod with perfect trntlful iieeiS mill r bato a better remedy. Bet tor beeaaeo cheaper and quicker in ap plioetioo, and then it fioiabei the load era and all the rank and file. It ia not now, yet it weald be new to ione. Spread a sheet under the (ree and atrike the tree two or three bard knock, then gather up the little hyponritea; for tbey will all pretend to" bt dead. Tbey look like the Southern retail, all dreeaed in gray. After you get them on the aheet you can parole them or do aa Boston Corbet did with Booth. A New Tomato. Editor llr.uiSTEit: The attention ol your Horticultural readers is oalled to s new Variety of tomato brought out last year, called Coolc't Facoritt. The fol lowing from the M...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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