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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 7 September 1865

- v4 'I 'i ill A mi() l0iinraI-gebiJA : to .Jctos;. - oliticsi' - yrferalarc; gnculfitre, arhels, ,:; S $2 50 a feari. Strictly in Advance : VOL. 29 NO. 20. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. .OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1805. WllOLK NO 1528 PREMIUMS AND REGULATIONS OF THE SIXTEENTH ANNUAL FAIR, OF THE Highland Co. Agricultural Society. OFFICERS. President Benjamin Conard. Vice President John Barry. Treasurer R. W. Spargur. -. Secretary E. Arthur. Board of Direotors James Ander son, Wesley Copes, Marshal Nelson, 0. B. Miller and Benjamin Bower. Sup't of Horses Benjamin Bower. Sup't of Cattle James Anderson.. Sup't of Floral Department and Do mestic Department Wesley Copefl. 'Sup't, of Farm Implement and Me obanical Department C. B. Miller. Chief Marshal Charles Evans. - RULES AND REGULATIONS. 1. The Exhibition will open on.Wed dey, tho 4th, and close on Friday, the 6th day of October, 1865. 2. The gates will be open at 8 o'clock, A. M. oj&nob djay; and al . that time every offioer ...

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. — 7 September 1865

or . bim wealth to enjoy, am , oaghito iaenlott Uhodi of morality and patriotism. Th sismple of theW TirtaetU the riohsst legey they eoald hare bequeathed to their eon, and how well he has improved it let the world judge from tbeonmejie haa aehisrcd. Early .without the tinder solid 4ait of on affotioot mother to cere for bin, (for ehe died when ho wee bat ten years old) ho wee left entirely to the cere of hie father. Who Is there that does not know, tbet no fether, however kind end attentive, ceo fill the piece of mother ? The child will be neglected in meny weye which will escape the mott watchful attention of the father, bnt would be detcotcd and remedied in stantly by the careful mother. The ease of young McCoy was no ex- . erption. The boy grew np rather wild 1 and frolicsome, although not inclined to be positively vicioos. Suoh was his ' prooKvity for fan that he was never known to study at school, nor could he be induced to do so. Ilia father being poor, bard-working man, natu...

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. — 7 September 1865

Matters about Home. UnUcrlher receiving their panar with an "X" BiArked opposite their nsmee, will nnderatand that th lime for which they hare paid tu aiptraa. Mr. John C. Cried U tathoriied to reeeir tabiorlptioni for the News. . Mr. J. D. Maddox is atborimd t reoe! labioriptiom Tor this paper, and receipt for money in oar name. M0T Rer. Mosei Smith hi boen ap pointed Pastor of the M. E. ohuroh in this place for the noaning year. For tbi La mis Onlt. Our lad readers are direoted to the new adver tisement of Mrs. Baokner, which they will find of ipecial interest. Old Iron Wawtkd. See Mr. Bell's advertisement .on ' thia page. He will pay cash for all he can get at the fooo dry this month. ' - ' "Sr Ordir in Time, if you want a ?Sngnr Mill of Bell'e mannraoture the best and cheapest. See bis adrcrtise roerit. i , Trb 1st Ohio Cavalrt were to sail from Hilton Head, a. v. tor xmow xork, , on, the 29th of last month, sod will ar ms at Lolumbua liora tl.e izth to the 15th in st J Half-Far...

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. — 7 September 1865

THE CRE1T ENGLISH REMEDY. -lliaMH CLARKC'I Celebrated tfemalo Pills, i rnOTKCTKD LF.TTETW tt HOT! PATCNTI Prtpmni flm m sresersptfosi ttf Fir James VI or It, AT. P. rSittirtnn Extraordinary lo tkt) Queen. Tlilt Invaluable medicine It eofalUne; In tin cure or all those pnlnTnl and dangerous disease to which th female constitution b subeot. It moderates all and remove all obstructions, aad a srwedy cur may be relied on. TO MARSIED LADIES It la peeullarly anltmf. It will, In a short time, bring on tha monthly period" with refrularlty. F.ach bottle, price One Dollar, baara tha Oovennnent Stamp of Qraat Britain to prevent counterfeit!. In all Cases of Hereon and Spinal Affections, Palnn rta tha aWt and Llmbe, Fntlaru on align! eertlon Palpitation or tha Heart, Hysterics, and Whites; thane Fills will effsot a enra whan all other roe.ins hare Tailed; went allhonich a powerful remedy, do not contain Iron 'calomel, antimony, or anything hurtful to the coustltu tloa. . Full dfreetfous In tha ...

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. — 14 September 1865

' . ....... . .... ,A " 11 1 , ' i . . . . J. L. B OARDMANJ Editor and Proprietor. $ VOL. 29 NO. 21. & ; jiQmitoto iff".' ' Plus,; ' luges;. ;ef e, $mk gCarfeds, c. i TTTT T fin a1iattt . ' ' ' ' . . ' r ' ' ' . "?."T7 ?T"". ------- 92 50 a Year: Strictly in Advance auai,&iiuiiuutfM. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY., SEPTEMBER 14, 1865. WHOLE NO. 1529i TJEU GROCERY! VJB0R0I W. BARKEBt, JOHH W. KLLlS. Barrerc & Ellis, T ISPEOTF CLLT Inform th.tr old friend, end the Jlm pobllc generally, that they have formed lp.rt. Wuhlp, and will contlDu. tli. buelueu lelel j carried fcy 0. W. Brrrere, at the new ca-n. OOERY tond Produce Store, on Mi. weet .Id. of HlRh atreet, aoulh of Main, on. door tonth of th. Eapreee OITloe, where they Intend to keep good auortment of ramlly Grocerl. and Pro dece, which they will Mil AT TUB LOWK8T r KICKS VB (JAMIL Th. hlgbaat price, paid either to oaah or trad, for Butter, Kgg. and Country Produo generally. lv. n. a call and we will guarantee aatlaf...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 14 September 1865

extenuated tod exeused Ibe aaptril-j leled savage barbarities o( the rebals to oar own unfortunate soldiers who fell into their eroel hands, never eip'r eas ing a word of sympathy for their suffer- logs, or offering a word of reraonttraaoa against th shocking inhumanity of their murderous rebel captors', declared "the war a failure" while tha Nation fairly sweated blood In its heroio efforts to maintain the Union, which oar fath ers left to be, as a precious heritage these, and msay nioro are the crimes which go to make up the record of Im mortal infamy which Ibe Copperhead tarty would now pereaade the people, cntitlea them to the administration tha Government ibey so earnestly endoavored to destroy. ' But they do not slop here. The re bellion crushed by tho patriotio efforts of tha Union party of the country, the Copperhead declaration that "the war is a failure," proved a hidoous, monstrous lie, they set themsolves to work to too the nation of the hard csrned fruits of ill toil, i...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 14 September 1865

Matters about Home. ft Soheorlher renewing thatr imparl with an Marked oppoelta the!!- imim, Kill nnderatand that th time tor whloh they have paid hH expired. Teacher Wanted. The Iltlliboro Board of Education with to smploy a Teaoher, either mile or female, for the colored eohool of this j)loe. Apply Immediately to Teacher Wanted. R. W. SPARGUR, Sec'y of the Board. Ladies' Biding Matoh: We are requested by the Managers to Stats that tbera wilt be a Ladies' Wdfng Matoh in the afternooa of the laat day of the Fair, for a premium of $15. Entrance fee 91. W" Eitra oopiee of this and laat week's News, containing - th Income Tai Lint, tbe Premium List of the Co Fair, Corpora Pike's Sketoh of Oen. McCoy, Ac, for eate at the offioe. B oente. rioe The Board of .Education have rented . tae Towa Hall for the High Sohool de 'partaant of the Union School, tinder 'charge of Mr. Co.lbnrn, and the fierci i'oises were resumed on Monday last. . 'tlonsa Tbiep Arristfd. A young . Ifo'aa oauDeq David Ro...

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. — 14 September 1865

Farmer's Department. 1 M -V . WV Save Your Own Seeds. The only way to be sure of what yon fcel ind lo have pare, fresh gcetl, i to tare them yourself. How, is the flow erisra ripening their pod?, mark sooh m are most desirable for form rJd oOlor, ind when the aeed is ripe, gather H nark the paper eoolosing it with name, color, kn., and pat it always in a dry place.' Follow op this practice all throogb the season, at (he different tietiee go oat of bloom; also, when yon tiait among your friends and find va rieties which yon have not, ask yoar friends to allow yon to take a fow eocds, for which they will generally feel com limented, and in (hid way you will have a stock of seeds which will not turn out at the oomin op like the ex perience of the child in Scripture, who when he asked for bread received a stone, and for fish was treated to a ser pent; or what is equally umatiafaotory pat dependence on seeds which never germinate. Last spring we rcoeived a large as sortment of flower see...

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. — 21 September 1865

Jantilg auntaI--Jlcl)olfii to glcfos, politics fiternture gncultur IParlicfs, c.; J. L. BOAKDMANJ .; ' Editor anl Propriolor. ) ', j $2 60 a Year: ( Strictly in Advance VOL 29 NO. 22. FIILLSR0ROUGT1. FITO JTLANP COUNTY, .OHIO, 'THURSDAY, SEPTEMBl, i865. WilOLIi No7l580,! Adml'ihtr itir's Sale of Real Estate. IN ll'RfUTNCK of nn orW (rrwntn'l tv th Pmn.ttP J.-iirt nf llttiMnnd Count. OM... r will cfTrr f..r Hi., n( I'uhllc Au'tlon m HATUMMAY, th I'M day of bvpfeii.tmr, tV 1. I8(WV, lit 10 n'rk, frfiinn. nfoh the phiImm. th fuiMw1tir itonrrHi'l Rent Rotat, witti at In tha tuwnxhlp f fr'alrfViil, In th county of illgh-lan-l. mill Hinta ul Ohio, to-all: Bfi.utnff Ht wliltn-oitk and two rioR.ttnnilii, enrrtrr to PahM Biirnfi' trnrt of Irtml; Ihcnce wlili tha line tharrof . ttrt3 K. 14 f-IO h.!mi to A Mom th Stilt) Ml., And ;-'r?ir Oi-a-liHli MoKltirtAv't trnrt of Inndf tiitvfic wlfh Ml Him llwnHtf N. 413 K, M polf to two pKrtrei- Mnd lilfknrv another oorner to tmM MrKin nay; tbftirn N. 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. — 21 September 1865

G pflph pis. --, i ... i .'. inxx-m niLLSBonouan, onio. Thursday, - Sept. 21, 1863. UNION STATE TICKET. Election October 10th, 1865. for Governor, CtJt. JACOB DOLSOS COX, of Tnwboli County. Llent. Governor, . ANDBBW 0. McBUDSEY, o( Warna Ooinly. ' TraunM of But,' '' r- tlDKST 8. WABHER, of total Couatjr. - . , lipna, Judge, JACOB BBINEERHOrr.of RkblndOoty, (long v.i . Turn.) JOBS WELSH, of Atha Ooonty.JTo 1U Vtcucj .) . . Per Attorney amoral. WILLIAM n. WE8T, of Locks Csttnty. , School Commissioner, JOHN. A. NOBRlS.of Harrison Owmty. ' " ftor4 of Public Work., JAKES MOORE, of Coshocton Coontr. Clerk of Supreme Coart, . ' BODNKY F008, of Cllntoa County. .1. Union County Ticket. For Senator, CAPT. SILAS JBION, of Highland. . Representative. CAPT. D. K. BABBITT. ' 1 ' ' Treasurer, JA1IE8 REKCE. , . . Shorlff. . : , , . L. M. JOHNSON. I'roeecnliiig Attorney, i Wll. H. IRWIN. : . i Commissioner, H. II. REDKKT. Infirmary Director, JOHN N. BUTTIBS. ' ' l ' Coroner, ' BENJAMIN BOWER. LATEST...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 21 September 1865

Matters about Home. 99 gnhserlher receiving their paper with an "X n.arked opposite their names, will nndersteod that Ihe Urn tor which they hav paid hM expired. " " Union Mass MEETING! GEN. JACOB D. COX, Union Can didate for Governor. HON. A. G. MoBURNEY, Union Candidate for Lie tit. Governor. Chaplain G. W. COLLIER, and other Speaker', will adJrens the People of Highland County, at Hillaboro, On TUESDAY, September 29, 1865. The Union-lovim people of the Count j, of all political parties, are in. vited to come and hear onr gallant Standard Bearer, Gen. Cox, and the other distinguished advocates of the Union cause. The meeting will be 'organized at an early hour; Geo. Cox will cornmenoe peaking at 10 o'clook, aa he and Mr. Mefiuroey and Chaplain Collier will leave 'for Cincinnati on tho afternoon train. . Turn out ooo and all! By order of the UN10NCOCENT.COM. ' Desirable Village Property. A desirable property in the village of Berryvillo is offered for Bale by Mr. J. It. Ilemsworth....

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. — 21 September 1865

Farmer's Department TH fl"fal ,1 I LTT-TSJ Educated Farmers. .Thera it oo tessori by men of ir.s terj bighent crlacstioit should not go to the farm for their Urine. If a ion of mine were brought np on purpose to be a firmer, if that wss the callinp trbicb be prnferred. T A'iTI wooldeln eate bin, if he had common rente to begin wilb. He would bo as mnnb bet ter for It at a farmer he would bo ' a lawyer. There ie no rrsson why a thoroughly eoientifio education should ot be giren to ever furmer and to very neehenio. A beginning nnM be ' nide at the common school. Krrrj neighborhood ought to hare one. But that do not crow of ihemsdres like toadstool. And no decent man would teaeb school on rfres lhat a csasl-bp) or noetler would torn op his ansa at. Ton mat ts well put voor monr into tbo fire as to tend it to a "make be lieve" tetcber a gr?Kt noodle heed who teaches school bec.iae he-is fit for nothing elfi ! Lay out to get good teacher. Bo willing to rsy enoueh lo icake it worth while ...

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. — 28 September 1865

":CiaIIw $2 50 a Year! Strictly in Advance v ,auj.J-.i- : ia- ,r'r0 ,rl tJIOROC W. BARBtRK. JOHN W. ELIilii .Karrpix pills, i Sjrnttlp and will oonlinae -Wj E8PKCrrul.LT Inform their old friend, end th J.V public eierallyi the they he, for-nted a DeiRiup, Bun win wnina nv unnnm leteij cairjvu i on by O. W. Brrree., at the new , ' I) ,a the want lid of Hlnh )rl, womh mf Main, ne -door mmlh of th Kxore ItfKiw, iir6 they Intend to kwD a roorl aMnriaint 'of rafftV Xrncnrlc and Pro- dun, whlrti thejf will .n AT TU LOWEST 1'liIOEB .; ton MH. . y T;ha VHhut ptVai ldfnth 4a wtr trade, I. wit vvl bicaa ano juwiic.f iTaaoa iuiniif. Ofifala-' eaU and wawlfl' inrant tathrtuctlon I with our a oodt and price. i . , ,. BABttlUK ILtl". . Ui'llnWro, XTiKimt lt, lB. , " ann .or H owHaidw are, i81 At THE Ifiiniinii wi i nniir i n n nmsvnn la ' ff J.l.lT P-RICE.SREDUCED - - TO tiXAB TDI OLD FIGl'BKS. ..1, ,.!. k ' " . .Vt hara U ataokraa ORBATLY REDUCED TBI- . TIES, a lull aortmpnt- p( or , I t nan ahd...

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. — 28 September 1865

-gje pflljlanl. Jctos. niLLSBOftOUOil, OHIO. .Thursday, Sept, 2$, ltC. vBtrv V V UNION STATE TICKET. Election October 10th, 1865. ....... - -- For Governor, OKN. JACOB DOLSON COX, of Trumbull County. . Dent. OoTruor, ANDBR.W 0. McBUBNEY, of Warra County. Traunm of Stat, , SIDNEY 8. WAItNBB.of Lorain County. ' Supfem Judge, AOOB BBINKERHOF of Richland rjonnty,-( Lobg i lerru.) - JOHN WELSH, of Athen County, (To flil Vacancy Fcr Attorny General, WILLIAM II. WEST, of Logan. Caunty. ' :! ' School CommlMloner, ' . JOBS A. NORR18,of Hrtloa County. Board of Fubllo Work, ') AMES MOORE, of Coahocton County. ' (Mark of Supram Court, BODNEY FOOS, or Clinton Coanty. Union County Ticket. For Senator. CATT. SILAS IBION, of Highland. : Rapraaaatatlra, CAtT. D. f. BARRETT. ' ' Tmuurar, 1 James biece. Sheriff, ' ' 1 t. M. JOHNSON. rroeecullng'Attorney, , WM. D. .RW1X. Cotnmlerioner, '. ' 1 H. H. BEDKET. Infirmary Director, ' JOHN N. BUTTERS. V' Coroner', 17 ' ' - BENJAMIN BOWER. . LATEST NEWS. Tbe 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. — 28 September 1865

Matters about Home. Safceerinera reeelTlna their mum Wild a " brte jfipoalt their iltm, will inlmu tbat lb rlaaerOr whlefetba bar paid ku expired. , . , Union Meeting at Sugartree Ridge. Ho. John A. Smith aod Prof. A. T. Tbempaon will addta-a the people al Sugartree Ridga.oa SATURDAY, Sept. 30, at 2 o'clock P. M. Let' there be a fall tori out of the "frieodi of ibe Uoion In Conoord aod djoiotog towoeblpa. Union Meeting at Leesburg. v. There will be a grand Uuioo rally at Lsesborg otf'SATURDAY, Oct. 7. The JJoioo loting people of "old Faiifield!' are eipeeted to tarn oat io their strength. Let all be there who eao. Tbe nieetieg will Its addreiaed by III n. Joba M. Darrer, aod other good . epeabers. Dead! The Gaiette, for thirty jsars the ' Democratic organ of High land Coanty. It la supposed to hare died from tho bite of a rabid monster called "Seceasino," alias "State 8o?er elgnty." Vetdtorof the jury "Served ' him right!" ; The last Dumber of the Geistte was . . ' i .J ...... - ......

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. — 28 September 1865

Farmer's Department. Taking Care of Sorghum. . Mr. tttntj P. Ninde, of Oika1oose) Iowa, gites in tha Chicago I.publiea, aome far osrful suggesilonl relative to Ukiflg cre of tod working up Sorghum tttr. fla ttji: "If JOB wtot sugar, when (he can i just passing from the bloom to aeJ il shoald be gathered. Never wait until the seed is ripe, for then the strength Will bate passed, to some extent, out of the stalk. The blades ahouli be strip ped from the stalks before outtiop, which can be done with a fort) on phohfork. Cut elose (o the grouad, and eat the top off with one or two Joints, sod throw in pile, and bind lo bundles.. At ibis point there is a gen eral rush to the mills. People think their cane most be worked immediately or it will epoil. , Tbis is all wroog. On the contrary, the quality of syrup is fetch improved by allowing the cane to atand under cover four or five weeks Set it on end around your barn floor, or under an open shed, end be sure that it is not wet with rain 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. — 5 October 1865

j 32 00 a Year'. Strictly in Advance THAI1, ilft't ! ;M-'l2U-fn' o.'Mo oov"J I .: rr..-..1:,.; LnnnM; ! -I- a .j -;v A' .,-. ., ;r. f ;. Y j Uv2. . J t ' t J (i J IX JU-l' -'."' . i ' ir ,...,"' , . ', V, .1.1 1 ... . ..I :"i " r ti r .- , ' " , - r: r. r"T" "" 'i ": "yi - . '. " "." !"":'"!. . " -:i . :-. - 29--.7M). 24. y,HlL96E:tm6lftAp:t(X)TJNTY.0HI0 .THURSDAY; OCTOBER '5, 1865,' ' WHOLE; NO,'1532. grocery; (WOBO W, BABBIBB., .-.I. .. JOHN W I1XIS. Barrcrc &'EIli$; WM CTrrttT tnftrnn mlr 14 JVWiffi nfl in fuMtr rHf, Wit tk hi iftitrtf 4 lfrr nnr, Wit tk htT ifbtiftf 4 I6r- OBRY ob th' tS or Htftb itrl, tooth of Junto, od door loath of (ho Eipnwa OfTloo, wliers ttiy (ntfpi) to koop rood Mtorhnent of rtntf OrotRrlM thil Pro dae, Wblch thr will toll AT THE LOWEST THICKS FOB CASH. . VThoblghotfrloM paid oither In sub or timd, for BotUr, Eg( aid Oooatry Prodao goDaraUj. . ' Giro a eall and wawlll goaranUa aatktaotlob with or roodratyd price i-u.... - BAKBEBE ELLIft. Bllliboro, At...

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 October 1865

niLLSBOHOUOn. OHIO. maamam , H Thuraday, - - Oct. 5, 18G5. UNION STATE TICKET. Election October 10th, 1865. For Govrnor, OKN. JACOB DOUSOS COX, of Trumbull County. Dent. Governor, ANPBKW 0. McBURXET, of Warren County. Treasurer vf State, ( SIDNEY S. WABKEB, of Lorain Contty. , ... Snprem Judge, JACuB BRTNKtRITOrP, of Richland County, (Long Toroi.) .Kin WELCH, of Athene County, (To fill Vacancy.) Fer Attorney 0mli . .WILLIAM B. WIST, of Logan County. School romalttloner, : . .1- . .IDIINJA. N0RBI8, of Harrleon County. ' Board of PnbllCtWorkv, J AMXS.MOOBE, of Cuihocton County! Clerk of Suprem Court, ' RODNIY FOOS, of Clinton County . Union County Ticket. For Senator, f ATT. IILSIRION, .of Highland.' Baprentatlv, ' ' tAPT. D. M. BARRETT. ' ' ' Titugnr, JAMES BEICR. . Sheriff, l. m. johnso. rrntlngAttoraey, wm. a. iBWiy. , . .Commltr-lontr, B. B. RIDE IT. Infirmary Dlraetar, JOHN K. BUTTERS.' ' Coroner, ' BENJAMIH BOWEB. LATEST NEWS. Rev. Frincis Wayland, President of Brown University,...

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 October 1865

Matters about Home. 99 Subscribers recetYing their net"a ttH "X' sharked opposite their nuiH, will nnderetaa that lb aim for which they here paid hae eaplred. Matters about Home. REDUCTION OF PRICE. THE NEWS FOR $2 A YEAR. From and ftr thia- date, October lit, t-ba prioe of tha Ntws to Mai) aob aoribera wilt ba redaoed to $1 a year, in Variably in advance. Six months 1, three months 50 oenU. No aubsarl lion taken for leiathan three months. Town and Post Offioe . subscribers, 12 jear in advance; f 2 25' if paid within 6 montha; 12 50 at the end of beyta - ' ; . .,: Any one aendiog va Jive aobaortbera 'tor a year or leas, with the eeeh, wllLbe entitled to an eitra copy gratia, for the awe length, of time: ' .'r-''!o r Poatmaatara and othera are invited to getp cloba on the above terma.,',' .', 'ei',? . k .'in i :-i't-v 'It R: Business. During laat month', ,041 busbela of Wheat were ahippad from thia plaoe. by R, R. The groA reeetpta were: For freight forwarded, 11134 45. For freight r...

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 October 1865

Farmer's Department. the News. The Peach. Mb. Boabdman: A short ehspter on this (abject msy not b oat of plaoe jost at (hit lima. The taate of peaohee is jet sufficiently remembered to inter eat roanr of jour readers in their oul tor. I Uncertain crop, tod early deoaj of the tree, deter aome froaa planting. Both of thcae oljectlons msj be orer eome to a oooaiderabla extent. A high looalit and Northern trpoturt are of firit import nee. A few treea will pay woll in shielded plaoes about the house. Here is a fact I have learned in a short experience. A Peaoh tree, with outspreading root, exposed near the body of the tree, will last much longer than when not so exposed. The rooting of hogs first taught me that (not. A rich soil, or manuring the ground, (unless with leaohed ashes, or freah mold from the woods') will not conduee to long life or productiveness. Treea that are urinated frequently will not be troubled by worm. Soap-suds are of great value when applied to the Peach tree. Of v...

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