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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 29 June 1865

' J. L. D OARDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor. S JfamHJ $umml ia telus, plittes, literature, Agriculture, UTarliete, &c. $2 50 a Year: Strictly in Advance . . VOL. 29 NO. 10. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 29,1805. "WHOLE NO. 1518. CLOTHING BELOW COST. TO CLOSE OUT!! At - aplS I. S.MYBBS. Now Styles Shirt Collars, At aplt 1.8. MYERS. fflLLSBORO MARBLE WORKS High 8troot, betwoen Main and Walnnt, Hlllsboro, Olilo. Established In 1854. rAUL I1AUSIIA, Proprietor, TtcpectMiliy Intorms the publlo that he is 1111 carrying on the above establishment, and In prepared to fur- f ka nlsh Mnnumenis, mum X' a. ...... .nit all other work In hi. line, at the shortest notice ami mi the moet res.onBUi torm.. Thankful fo h i"- .' tnevery liueraipnnou age he ha. heretofore roOTlvod,hoollcltiia conllnnance of the name, ana will "pare , . reputation of hi. work, for superior style and finish, a. A large assortment of Monument, and Tomb Stone. "aJS BKMA ORIHDSTOSM and LOUISVILLE Uilla...

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. — 29 June 1865

Kjje pw Dittos. niLLSBOROuan, onio. Thursday, - - - June 29, 1865. UNION STATE TICKET. Election October 10th, 1865. Tor Governor, OK.V. JACOB DOLSOJf COX, of Trumbull Coony I.ient. Oovernor, ANDREW C. McDtnNET, of Viim County. Treaanrerof B(ntev dlPNKT 8. WABNI,of Lorain Conaty. Unpreme Judge, JACOB TJRINKKRnOFF.ef Blrhleud County, long Term.) JODN WELSH, f Alhena County, (To fill Vacancy.) Tcr Attorney General, WILLIAM H. VEST, of Logan County. gcbrci ComtDlwIoner, JOBS A. '0R1I, of Harrleoo County. Board of PnMft Wo rat. JAMES MOOBI, ofOoehoctou tonoty. Herb of Bopreme CooTt, SPPSET rOOf, of Clinton Couoty. LATEST NEWS. The 8t. Louis Demoorit of the 15tb j8, lomt twotjfie counties re to be heard from, neirly every one of which en be relied upon for a majority in favor of the new Constitution, and that the State is safe, with a majority of from tire to eight thousand for the Constitution. The Boston Traveler says the IToo. A. H. Stephens, late Vice Trasident of the Rebel Confederac...

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. — 29 June 1865

Matters about Home. Subscriber receiving tholr paper with an "X" marked opposite their names, will understand that tht tint for which they have paid haa expired. BOY WANTED! A stout, active, intelligent Boy, from 15 to 18 years old, wanted at this office immediately. One whose parents live id town preferred. THE CELEBRATION. From all the indications, we arc war- rameuinanucipaunKUYcry.Hrg.um. general attendance of the people at the Celebration of our National Annivcr- m i ca.u , nary on Tuesday next. Should the weather be favorable, our citizens will probably aoe tho largest assemblage that has been witnessed in tho town trnntT vaapq nn o oimilnr nnnnairm . Tho joy which fills every patriotic heart, ainco tho war has terminated in tho complete triumph of our Gov ernment, after so long and terriblo a struggle, makes all true and loyal peo ple, young and old, feel a deeper 6enso of what tho nation owes to the immor tal men, who on tho 4th of July, 177C, gave us our independence, and t...

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. — 29 June 1865

Farmer's Department. An Act to Restrain from Running at Large certain Animals therein named. SCTIOH 1. lie it enacted lythe Gen tral AstcmWy of the State of Ohio, Thai it shall be nelawfnl for layperson or persons, being tho owner, or having thr rlitrge of anj horses, moles, oattle, aheep, goal, awioo, or geese, to sufT r the lime to ran at large in aoy public road or highway, or in any street, Ian or alley, or npon any nnoloeed land in tho State of Ohio, or cause such ani mals lo be herded, kept, detained for the purpose of grazing the same on premises other than those ownod or oo copied by the owner or keeper of such animals, cicept as hereinafter provided; and any person violating the provision of this aot, shall forfeit and pay for every such violation, as penalty there for, not less than one dollar, nor morr than five dollar; continued violation, after notice or prosecution, shall be held to bo an additional oflonee for caoh and every day of such oontinuanoo. Sec. 2. That gener...

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. — 6 July 1865

J. L. BOARDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor. Si 2. 50 a' Year: jaiUU WMUUU-WUHW W HU;jf &JjUAUH3,. rWVvWUUH,' (UUUmUUU, aUlUfrVV v f Strictly la Advanc . -i !- -A - rrr-sr , ', i i ITT j. ---rr 4 'r sJ.g.tt.t:tri----ttLg-. t-.-urnrar t j.t-W-"-'' i . r 'r t '- - 4 - ' VOL. 29-NO. It. ; f f II LLSBOROTJGH, . HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. .- JULY C. (865;;,:.-: : WllOLEpLsiu: LOTfllO BELOW' COST. TO CLOSE OUT!! ., At t. S.MIER8. New Styles Shirt Collars, At vV : J.B. MTEBS. IIILLSBORO MlKBLE UfliiKS High Street, kttnn Main n Walnut, flllUbore.Ohto. Established lb 1854. PAUL IIAUSIIA, Proprietor, , Reapeitfitliy Inform (ho piibHo that he I till carrying on the above eetabllahment, and I prepared to fnr ntah Monnmenie, Tomb Hume, and all lhir work In hli line, at the ehorteet notice and on tha most rnaaonable term. Thank AH fo. tba very liberal patron age ha baa heretofore reeelved, beeollcltea continuance ol in mm, and will pare do efforte to maintain the reputation of hl work, for i...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 6 July 1865

mmmj't ftjje pfljjlanb ffctos. nxitsBonouor. onio. Thnriday,' July 0, 1865. UNION STATE TICKET. Election October 10th, 1865. Tor Governor, FN. JACOB D0L80M COX, ol Trnaibnll Coney. Kent. OoTertinr, ANDREW C. HcBUBKET, of Wrr tonnty. Treasurer of State. SIDSET 8. WARNER, of Lorain Conaly. Snpreai Jndge, JACOB BUIKHUIIOFF.W Rlcblaad CXiaal?, (Lot Terni.) JO US WRLSII.af Athena Coajr. (To 111 YaeaarJ.) tcr Attarory OensreJ, WILLIAM U. WEbT.of Log" Cjosty. School Commissioner, jnBX A. KOBBli, of Hsrrhwa CouBtT. Board of Public Works. JAMES HOOltt, of Ooaboetoo Ccmuty. Iltg of (nprtin Coart, ItODSIT TOOS. of Cliatoa Coanty. Election October 10th, 1865. The Conspiracy---All Found Guilty. Election October 10th, 1865. The Conspiracy---All Found Guilty. WASHINGTON, July 1. Trie Ereoutiveis deliberation on tbe TOTdiot of trie military comroinion and will ckiminetbe Tolumloom testimony cloudy, before rendering a decision. It is understood tbe President is by no mesne pleased with the responsib...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 6 July 1865

Matters about Home. ,nbvlh receiving their paper wit II en "X" .arked1 inrolt iWf nam, will nuderatand Ih t th tlmetu watohlbay hevpld hM esplred. ' " ', " ' The Glorious 4th! CELEBRATION IN HILLSBORO. Immense Turn-Out of the People! ENTHUSISTIC WELCOME TO ENTHUSISTIC WELCOME TO THE SOLDIERS. Oration by Hon. P. B. Swing. Oration by Hon. P. B. Swing. Speeches by Col. Wm. H. Trimble, Oration by Hon. P. B. Swing. Speeches by Col. Wm. H. Trimble, Adjt. J. M. Barrere, Rev. L. F. Van Cleve, and Capt. Geo. B. Gardner. 1 ko' beiebration of. tho National an niversary, Jn this ;f lace .was a grand mversary,. w . e , " :t " tuwuuuig uvuiuwmu,; rocs M.he wnr, whose valor has pro-j Rorverl thn lihort.iPH fip tho efttab isli-1 moot. W-wMr-r. (lip. nutriotB of the liev- o uuon pieugeu r i,,s r.riW- tunxss.and. their sacred, honor, 1-rora every part, of tho younty.the loyal, intelligent and patriotiq people came up to do honor to tho daj-, and to show their gratitude and. admiration to the 'bravo b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 6 July 1865

Farmer's Department. A New Sugar-Cane. The National Ve pariment of Aftncul Tnftflt jost' in the rfceipr.'fr'orti JipiH of sugstclno sotnewriet reseriblioj tot lioum, for propijrtilo nd tenting ic thin flynita. It it ent In sections o( ihAfJolnftrpie (f wyith"ifUlted in MfVtfrul growing horn lsysrs Insteld rf seed. It wss forwarded bj Thorass Hogfc snVfBcer ef tills-' tforc-ninett at Vskobems, who deemed it worthy o( trial in this climsta. He ssys it is ei teosively grown there, especially on the islsnd br'KInoD,Jarid thinks it will soc ye.cljete wljercv ,Jodi 9. ,corn . cotnes to, 'ImaUrit j.' ,. It . sthougUt that ,4.hc peculiarity of it prppsfratiea, should il otherwise saeuessfary wonld gUe it tiimf ortsnt advantage over sorghum, preventing fijbHdi.ing wltti millets abd consequent deterioration. A largo por tion hf't war dcilrdjed' To' Ihe loop; voysg, buVenoaj;n is sound and si fesdy sprouting ta' eftiibJo lhe' D'pirt ment, a jar t or two ,boo, to make a distributioa-of it. y ; ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 13 July 1865

J. L. B OARDMANJ Editor andJProprietor. ) Jamtlg journal gtboicir to Itetos, politics, literature, gritnlto, Dtarliets, rcc. 2 50 a Year: Strictly in Advance VOL. 29 NO. 12. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1865. :. WHOLE NO. 1520. CLOTMG BELOW COST. 'TO -CLOSE. OUT!! At pit I. S.MYF.nS. New Styles Shirt Collars, 1.8. MYKR8. At aula IIILLSRORO M1RBLE WORKS High Street, between Main and Walnut, nillsboro.Ohlo. Established in 18S4. PAUL I1AKSIIA, I'.oprlHor, (CrjtVi- . F.opoel fully Informs fwf"-!l - " public Hint he Is still ciii lylHit on the above establishment, and I. nrenurea in inr- M.iuniiinnl.. Tomb Vv Wlonri.'nm! 111! olhor woik in his Hue, t Hie .ImilAht linlif'M mirf lltl V' f the most reasonable w terns. Thankful lot the very liberal pniron i t ....r,..- rue-ived. he solicits a ronilnuanre of 111 Aie,nd wl'l sparenoenVilstoinaliilalii illio Teunlaiianor his work . for superior style nit finish, a wall a beam y of design. e. A lai a nwovtwent of Monum...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 13 July 1865

8t Pflpito Uttos. uiLLBDOnouan, onio. Thursday i July 13, 1865. UNION STATE TICKET. Election October 10th, 1865. For Governor, KN. JACOB DOLSON COX, of Trmnbull Count 7. Lieut. Goveruor, ANI'UMV U. McUtRNEY, i.( Wirria County. Treanrer i f State, MDNKV 9. WARNED, of Lorain County. Supreme Jul, JACOB UniXKKRUOKK. f Richland Ik.nnly, (Long Term.) JOBS vTKlolI, of Athena Connty, 0 All Vacancy.) )'cr Attorney General, WILLIAM It. WEST, of Logan Cmuty. Miiicl Comntt.ftinner, J017N A. MORRIS, of Harrl.on County. Board of Public Workt, JANE MOORE, of Coaliocton Connly. I ieik of Supreme Court, ROOKY ro'S, uf Clinton County. LATEST NEWS. The Cholera has appeared in Asia and is extending westward. The crops in Virginia sre reported very good, by a correspondent of the Richmond Republio. President Johnson has been quite ill, but is recovering. So has Gov. Rrougb, who is also convalescent. Emerson Etheridge, of Tenn. has been arrested for making treasonable speeches in that State and Kentucky....

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. — 13 July 1865

r ? 0mc. ..'ill 'nirllni fecclrlnK their paper. With an "X" rknv(MT"altr their iMhuv., will rttiHiiMtand that the II Bin for which they have paid ha. aiplrod. BOY WANTED! A rout, aottvi, i atellijznnt Boy, from 35. to J8 jer ol.tt, wanted at thin ofiiop Immediately. One whoa parents live io town preferred. : r " Tn 175TH Ohio eouimencctl being paid off on Tuesday last, tod the boys ' trill all be home th in weak. i ii Tn BLAOfeBERRT Crop, we aee by v o4r exehanges, promises to be unusually ., Urge, end ,we believe this part of the ., eountry is no exorption to the general , rnle - ' Th 88th 0. V. I. The 88th Regi merit, organired nearly throe years ago, in whloh this county had a number oT Ben, has been mustered out of the ser ' vioe and discharged. i . i ' , . DAILY Stag to Chillicothh. We eall attention to the advertiiement of a . daily stage lino from this place to Chil lioothe. It should be well patronized, as it will be a great publio convenience. ' Priooeton College (New Jerse...

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. — 13 July 1865

Farmer's Department. [For the News. Straw Manure--Deep Plowing. Something more than a year epo, or T 1 6 be tirfo'ino, on the 28th and 29th of April, 1864, 1 covered the remnants of a straw-pile with earth to the depth of eii iooliftit, with the view of converting , it te manure. Tho result is, that I have " realized a more valuable return from ; the payment of two dollars, which the labor of wheeling the earth cost, than 'for any other expenditure of a like sum. ' ' Ordinarily, the best time to use suoh manure is in the fall of the year. Tho earth and straw beooroe mixed, the straw being well rotted, and tho earth '.' laving been frozen, being rich and mel ..low. This compound is pronounced to be a valuable manure, and I feel war ranted in assuring any farmer who has ""It straw pile fit only for manure, that he i will be amply compensated for any labor rthnt may bo necessary in covering it over with earth. ' One part of my plan proved to be a failure. In the hope of making the surf...

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. — 20 July 1865

J. L, DOARDMAN,) Editor and.Proprietor. ) ..i if -yr-it-wi r ------ ft . Jfamtig 0itrraI---gel)oiA to IJtliis, Jfllittcs, literature, gricuHurt, mkis, fa. i 52 50 a Year: Strictly in Advance VOL. 29-NO. 13. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. JULY 20, 1865. WHOLE NO. 1521. :. CLOTniKO BELOW COST. TO CLOSE' but'!! At apl I. S.MTEnS. Now Styles Shirt Collars, At ' 1.8. MTEKS. I'M IIILLSBORO llllim; WOltKS II igh Street, between Main end Walnut, llillsboro, Ohio. Established in 1854. ' , twill. IIAUKIUi I'roprlotor, -h Ttespretftiily Informs ' h tmlillr. that hi, t till carrying on the above estahliiihmcnt, and I prepared I" fur- i nleh Monuments, Tomb Pintles, and all inner work in 111" lino, t tin shortest notice and on the wont reasonable term. Thankful fur the very liberal patron. aire he rtm heretofore received, he .ollrite ronl Innnne of tin "inn, and will spare no efforts to mnlntiitn the reputation of hi work, f.r superior ttyle and nnnh.tt well as beanty of de.lRii....

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 July 1865

HILLSBOROUGH, OHIO. . - I. .-. Thursday, - - July 20, 18G5. gj - - UNION STATE TICKET. Election October 10th, 1865. For Governor. . HEX. JACOB D0I.SON COX, of Trumbull Count y. Lieut. Oovemor, ANDREW 0."M BrHM;iT, of Warren Coord. Treasurer of Stale, SIDNEY 8. WARNER, of Lorain Count. Supreme Judge, Jacob BRiNKF.nnorr, f ttichtand County, (Long Term.) JOHN WELSH, of Atbon County, (To fill Vacancy.) Icr Attorney General, WILLIAM H. WKeT, of Logan Cjusly. School Commissioner, JOHN A. NOBR18, of Uarrl.on County. Board of rnbllc Works, J A ML SIOORE, of Co.hoctou County. Cletk of Supreme Court, RODNEY FOC9, of Clinton County. LATEST NEWS. The rebel congressmen Garnett, of Virginia, and Avery and Henry, of Tennessee, are in Washington; applying for pardons. All these centlemen were formerly in the -United States Congress. Heavy rains and a consequent fresh et have done much damage in Pennsyl vania and New Jersey to the railroads and other property. Th sale of 7-303 on Saturday reach ed f...

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 July 1865

Wallers nbnttt ) nho-rlW rwHln thole paper! with an "X" ,iirked 0iwHi their nam, will ntidoratand that the lime for which they hate paid haa eiptred. BOY WANTED! A tour, aotWa, intelligent Boy, from 15 to 18 jeara old, wanted at thia office Immediately.' One wlioso parenta live in town preferred. of Religious Notice. . Ret. O. N. Sao, of Cincinnati, will preach In the Baplint Church, in thia place, on next Sabbath raorninp, t 10 J o'clock.. The publiu ere invited. -Taxes.--See the Notice of the Dis trict ABsessor, in regard to corrections of the returns of Income, &o. .Heavy rains have visited this region tlurincr the nast week. Fine weather r for the Corn and Potatoes. .,.. Corporal Piko's book will be out in a few days. The delay has boon caused by the engravers not having the plates finished as soon as expected. The office or Col. tlixoo. County Militsrv Surtreon. is over Miller 4 t Evan' Grocery store, where he will ex amine applicants for exemption from military duty, until...

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 July 1865

Farmer's Department. A , Valuable, Table Tbe follow ing tablo of capacity, may bo useful; A box twenty-four inolica by sixteen innhes i'tiare, twenty-cibt inches deep will contain a barrel (3 bushels.) A box twenty-four Inches by aiitcen ioctmiquare,and fourtoen inches deep, will contain balT a barrel. A box twenty aix inches by fifteen and a " half . inches grp&rr, and ' eight inohesdeep, will contain one bushel. A box eight inches by eight and one fourth inches pquaro, and , tight inihos deep, will Contain a peck. A box eight inches by eight inohes square and fooi and one eighth inches deep, will contain ona gallon. A box seven inches by cfght inches deep, will contuin half a gallon. Farmer's Department. Strawberries---Origin of the Name-- Farmer's Department. Strawberries---Origin of the Name--New Seedlings---Value of Large Berries. At a recent meeting of the American Iostitute Ilortioultural Society, Prof. G. XV. Huntsman, Cluahinc, L. 1, made a. hprt.adJres about strawber r...

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 July 1865

prsB""aav J. L. BOARDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor. ) Jfamtlir onrmtl glcbofclr ia $ttfos, politics, literature, Agriculture, Pnrhcls, c. $2 50 a Year: Strictly in Aivance - yL: 29 NO. 14. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 186-5. WHOLE NO. 1522. NEW GROCERY! jfOPk. TTQH FAMILY PRODICU STORE! TMH BITnsCRinKR respectfully Informs his old friends mid tho public generally, thut lio has open ed a now ' ' CROCBRY and -Produce Store, on the went side of Hinh street, sonlh of Main, one door eolith of the Ki press Office, where he In to nil" to keepairood assortment of Family Groceries and Pro duce, which ha will oil AT TUB LOWEST MUCKS rOB CASH. WThe hlftheat prlees paid either In cash or trade, for Butter,. Kgfft aud Country Produce generally. Give me cell end I will guarantee eetlafactlon vllh mv eooda end nrlcee. . . GE0RG1I W. HHUboro, March lit, 188S. BAKBF.R1C. mar2yl THE IITED STATES IIOTEL, BEACH STREET, BOSTON, MASS. ( Direotly opposite the Boston and Worces ter...

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. — 27 July 1865

niLLsnoRouon, 01110. Thursday, July 27, 1865. 9 T UNION STATE TICKET. Election October 10th, 1865. Tor Governor, Gty. JACOB DOLSOS COX, o( Trnuibull Count; T.leut, Governor, AKPRIW 0. MrlH'llN EY, of Warron County. Treasurer of State, SIDNEY 8. WAKNER, of Lorain Count;. Supreme Judge, IWH BRIVKEnilOFr. of Richland Coniitr, (Long Term.) JOHN WELSH, of Athene County, (To All Vacancy.) For Attorney General, WILLIAM II. W EST, of Logan Cjunty. School Commissioner, JUHS A. KORRIS, of Harrison County. Board of Public Works, JAMES MOOItE, of Coshocton County. Clerk of Supreme Court, ROPNEY FOCB, of Clinton County. LATEST NEWS. The sales of 7 30s on Saturday, mounted to 85, 130.400. The total Tor the week was $32,53,000. The fleet for laying the telegraph ca ble across Behring's Straits has sailed from San Francisco. ' Heavy re enforcements of troops, to the nu mher of 25,000, are eaid to have been put on the road to Sheridan. General Grant is reported to have said in a conversation with th...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 27 July 1865

Matters about Home. kC. PuharrllMr rernlvlns; tlirlr paper, with iin "X" H.arknd opp.nlte thfllr names, will understand that the llmefnr which they hara paid linn expired. BOY WANTED! 1 A Btouf, aotirn, Intelligent Boy, from 15 to IS Jearn old, waited tt this oftian im'thedintcly. ' Oris whoso parents live in town preferred. ! j NEWS FOR THE CAMPAIGN. PRICES GREATLY REDUCED. Desiring tCQXtebd tho oiretilalion of oar paper, and plaoo a oopy in the hands of every Union family in y the county, we have determined to furnish it during the campaign, at groatly ro duoed prices, as follows: Comnjenoing August 1st, and ending with the second number after the elec tion, in October, being a period of about (wo month and a ha If, t Single oopy, ,' 40 conts. ' Five copies, , ' . $1.75 Ten eopio, - 3.50 ' . f Twenty copies, . 6.00, ijt "' ' cash' mhst accompany alt ovJm. ' ' The papers' wilr )s eenf to -difftfront post-officesi if desired. e"Ye will rcopivc spbserihllons on the above terms from n...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 27 July 1865

Farmer's Department. To Kill Worms in Peach Tree Roots. Oar peoplo do not iufliciontlj ittend to their fruit tree?; hence the defectm character of ranch of oar fruit. A simple plan for destroying the worm that infest the root of tho peaoh tree is hereunto snoozed, and is at least worth trial. Many a tree might thus be mado to bear perfectly which would otherwise (ail: "Take a small hoc, or other saitablo implement, and excavato the earth from the roots of tho treo to the depth that tho worms usually penntrato. Then take about pound of unslackod lime, broken into small fragment: mis it with the earth removed from the root, end pack tho mixture into the excava tion around the tree, thon pour water upon the mixture io sufficient quantity to slack the lime. The heat evolved by this means, together with the corrosive quality of the lime, will within a very few minutes, destroy every worm, even when tbey have penetrated the bark; and this without injuring tho tree. If half dozen good peac...

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