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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 21 December 1865

J. L. D OARDMANJ Editor and Proprietor. J JMilg 0poI---5eh0tA f0 lefos, politics; f iterntttrc, .gncnltiire, Parliets, fe. S $2 OOa Year: ) Strictly in Advance VOL. 29 NO. 35. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1865. WHOLE NO. 1543. CASH MARBLE WORKS REMOVED. High Bt., ne,r,2JPQ0tJ1 Pr0T8 Mr- John Dawson, Proprietor. TIIK subscriber reepeetfully In. (brnil th public that h.bM nmmd to the abore etand, Be will b pleaeed o furnleh a good work u mn.rll at P"" en be obtalnea to bouu.. JOHN DAWSON. ituglO August 10. Hardware and Iron Fresh Arrifals at Lowest Prices. HAR and Sheet Iron, Null. Spikes and Screw., Crow Cut n Mill Saw., File., Butt and Strap Hinge., Steel Fork.. Ho... Ac. Spring., Allee, Ilub., poke., and Felloee. j un Cutting Bole., Corn Shellcr., Can Mill., Flak Wheel, and four Mtnuto ITreeter. Pittsburg Plows and Points, Having rmrrhaaed of It, M llarman hi. entire tuck of th above Plow, w nr. now prepared to fnrntah them and Point, at n-dneed price. Mr...

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 December 1865

tgIan!ti $lttos. niLLSBOHOUOn. OHIO. Thursday, Doo. 21, 1865. LATEST NEWS. Ao old and estimabla oitiaen of New Orleans, returned from Matamoraa a few lays ego, who wm intimate there itri the Frenoh affairs. He says they fll anticipate t war betweeo Freooe end the United 8tetes, end to commence on the Rio Grende. Ohiotgo is et present lufferiog nnde a visitation of fires. One on Satardaj destroyed property to the tmonnt 1250,000, end three or foor smeller ones ooearred on Saturday end Saaday Governor Morion leiled for Europe, on the steamship Sootia. lie wee et tended to the whams by number of personal friends, General Soott arrived at Key West on the 7th lost., and left there for New Orleans. lie will spend the month o January at Key WeBt. The House has passsd resolution Instructing the Committee on Territo rles to affix the name of Lioooln to some of the new territories in the West. Two Richmond papers, the Dispatch nd the Examiner, were revived on Saturday last, after a suspension...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 21 December 1865

Wants, For Sale, For Rent,&c. tfer Advertisement ar Inserted nnder thin head at 'the following rateet Single Insertion, 10 cents per Una, of I word. Cash 1 advahoe. '' - F.aeh additional Insertion, R cents per line. Mo advertisement Inserted for 1pm than 25 cent. "170R SALE--Crocfr.es Dema ma I' Coffee Sugar, Choice Black Tan. Choice Qolden Syrnp, Peerl Barley, Chocolate, Yermicelll, Trtpinca, Rago, Corn Starch, Layer Kalaina, Flavoring F.vtract., Zanle Cnr. rants, Flea, Prunes, Filberts, Almonds, English W. nut, Bmr.ll Nuts, Candies, Ac, Just received nt PEIl TOLI'H. ; tlw21wl TOR 8 VLR FARMS In IliRhland - county, O., Pfulion Tp., 3 miles from Lynchburg R. R Station, of Cincinnati A IMIMioro K. R., mid 40 fnllr from Clm'lt.h&tl, and 10 mile from Tllllfthnrn, on the Cincinnati, Itlllsbnrn and Wooster turnpiks, one Farm, containing about 3M Arrp, 300 A err clear anil 'In high Mate of cultivation, rlrfi land. A moat excel lent TOOK FARM. Two nwrlllng II nn.fi, RArn and fltaMr...

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. — 21 December 1865

Farmer's Department. [From the Ohio Farmer. Ten Practical Hints. Fahm Tools. A coating of three parts lard and one part rosin applied to farm tools of iron or steel, will effectual ly prevent rust. Common Nails, heated red hot, and dropped into eold water, will clinch and answer the purpose of wrought nails. The sharp comer of a common In dian arrow head or flint will oat glass quite effeotaslly. A Good Waqox Jack may be mado of two pieces of boards,' two or more feet lone. I'face one board in front of the wheel, one end on the ground and the other just under one of the spokes, close up to the felly, then take hold of spoke on the opposite side of the wheel and lift, at the same time place the second board under the azletree. In this way a loaded wagon may be lifted with ease. Rusty Nails may be drawn from wood without difficulty, by first giving them a blow hard enough to start them in a little. A Gun will not need cleaning for year, if the muixle is kept tightly corked, and a piec...

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. — 28 December 1865

1 Slfa"- -a. . . ..ana-, ra J. L. DOARDMAN !1 : I BfgSifLniSSS. ..Editor and Proprietor t r I " '. " . T - ' ' .' . , ... f l - 1 41 ' . ?,"!.; ' .V.I i. i '. -it t.i 'ii 'i -1 '. ,. 'I ,; t : . t. .trr,.m -.:. VOL. 29 NO. 36. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND , COUNTY. . OIHO, THUKSUAY,. l)ECEilBEU : VJK)Li: Kp. 15,44,T 2 OH MARBLE WORKS REMOVED. Xla-h St.. nearly opprvitn the Froroit Mar haU'a Office. i f l John Dawson, Proprietor. tnni anhar(hr rntMctrulir in . m i tHa'tnbllc that ho ht. .j. moT1 to the 1kit tnil1 whrra k will b plid to inrniin ooa kind mtrll i low price m b obulntd la Southern Ohio. JOHN DAWSON. anglO Aaprait 10. Hardware and Iron Fresh 'Arrivals at Lowest Prices. ..X aw Iron. Unlli. f"nlVp nd Screwa, IS Crow Cut una Mill 8wn, Film, nntt and (Jtrup Illniroa, Steel form, floe, ore. epriugi, azisi, duo., puket, and Felloei. , fiottln( Boxet, Corn Shellera, Can Mllll, Flax Wheele, and four Minute K ret ion. Pittsburg Plows and Points. ltYln pnrcha1 of D, HI. Harman hla ntlra ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 28 December 1865

niLLSBOROUOn. OHIO. Thursday, - Dec. 28, 18C3. LATEST NEWS. Tba n r I T.isdt gold sines ths clow vT tbs war brought $2,690,000. Cbsaooty M.Deptw declines ths po litioo of Miniiter to Japan. - Mijor Geacral Roger denies that there ii idj reasoa to feir en outbreak moog the negroes io North Carolina. The remains of President Lincoln were removed last Friday to their last resting place, in the vault near the site of the proposed monument. A fire at Fond da Lao, Wisconsin, last Thursday night, destroyed property to the value of 150.000. The sufferers were generally insured. It ie now said that the Ford's That ter building in Washington is to be turned over to the Surgeon General for the use of his department. The Legislature of Va. has adopted a touehing appeal to West Virginia to reunite herself with the "Old Domin ion." It is said that orders have been is sued by the Government for the arrest of several of the late officials of the re bel Government, but upon what specific charges has...

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 December 1865

Wants, For Sale, For Rent, &c. ntrAdvartleemanUarlntrtal oader Ihll head At the follbwlng'rktvwt i ' WligiS tntertlon, 10 MRtt per tins, of 8 wordt. CAah I wdvahre. ?tddltlrnlIwertton,8eenttper1lns. . "We sdveTHeainent Ineerted for leea than 11 eewtt. L'--i-l ... WANTED -TO RENT-A Twlllar. Hnnetof flromTt0iost. Apply at thl. Office. dec2iw3 rOR SM.K-FARM3-IB HighUs. a- county, O., Dnd.oa Tp., 3 mllee from Lynchburg R. R. Station, nf Cincinnati A Hlllalmro H. R., nd 40 mllee from Cincinnati, and 10 mllee from Hlll.boro, on the Cincinnati, HilMmrn and Wno.ter turntJke, one Farm, Containing ibont 310 IffM, .Hat Acree chew iinil In hlch .tati. of cultivation, rlrh land. A moat eeeel. lnl STOCK FA811. Two Dwelling Hnneea, Burn and Stable, and nnvi-r r.il!lnf well, biriri. cl. tern, Ao. Al.n, Pnrm adjoining tin" Inwn (if llodeonvllle, containing about 210 Acre.. '2('0 AiTi". dear, In hl.h statff of culti vation, orchard of Aim hearing frnll, a 8ne lartr ilwll. Ing hou.e, good rcllnr, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 28 December 1865

Farmer's Department. ' , Tw A Cheap Smoke-House. ; No fitmer should be without t good tuoke-honse, and iooh a one as will bs fira-proor and tolerably seoure from thieves: , Fifty bams can bs smoked at OBI va in a smoke boast sefen bj eight feet square. Mine is six by set D, aad is large enough for most faroa ra. I first dug all the ground out be low wbcre the frost would mob, and filled it op to the sarfaoe with small stouts. Oo tbis I laid my briuk-fhor, la lime mortar. The walls are brick, tight inches thick, aod sereo feot high, with a door oo one side, two feet wide. Tie doors should be msde of wood aad lined with sheet-iron. For the top I pat on Joists, two by Tour, set op edge wise, and eight aod a half inches from esater to center, covered with briok, and put on a hear coat of mortar. 1 bpilt a emsll chimney on the top in the cantor, arebiog it over aad covering it with a single roof in the usual way. An the outside, with ..v. m email iron door to ahut it up, similar to a sto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 4 January 1866

5ES5 -..' fm "f'l-.T r-.!T I , A ' ' - . .i , T '..I J ,; ,' S 02 CO ft Year: J. L. BOARD MAN, Editor ani .Proprietor. rr ti graaa VOL. 29-NO. 37. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. -OHIO; THURSDAY. JANUARY 4, 1866. AVI I OL 15 NO.; 1545. T CASH MARBLE WORKS REMOVED. High St , nearly opp; nan's :ta the Provost Mar Offlo. " John Dawson, Proprietor, Flff aubcrlbr reaped fully form! th pnnllo Hint n na wher removed to th aliov atand. bt will h pleaaed to fiirnlih M good work and matorlal at u low price u tan b obtained la Southern Ohio. JOHN DAWSON. kukIO .Augnat 10. Hardware and Iron Fresh Arrivals at Lowest Prices. Ml and Sheet Iron. Nail,, Splk and Screw,, UW Cm, Cntanil Mill Saw Film, Mult and Strap Hinge, Bteel Korku, lloee , An. Spring,, Atle, uudi, Bpokaa, end FdIIom. AT.SO flnttln Box, Corn Shelter. Can Milt,, Flax Whuli, and four Minut rreicr. Pittsburg Plows and Points, Havlnc nnrch.iaed of D. it. Ilarman ht ntl lock of the abo-va Plow, we are now prepared to furnl-h Ihem and Pnl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 4 January 1866

tgjjlanir fitfos. liiLLnonoroir, ompt Thursday, Jan. 4, 18G6. News of the Week. Congress will re-assemble on Mon day next. A company has been organized In Spain for the purpose of laying a sub marine telegraphic cable between Cu pa and the United States. A series of one hundred temperance meetings has begun In 'Western Massa rhusetts, under the auspices of the State Temperance Alliance, The steamer Constitution was wreck' ed off Cape Lookout on the 2Cth De cember, and 40 of the passengers and crew were lost. President Johnson has sent to the Senate the name of Hon. John Bige- low for minister to France a position the latter has filled since- the death of Hon. Wm, L. Dayton. The voters of North Carolina ratified the ordinance declaring the act of se cession null and void, by a vote of 19,' 907 to 1,940. The ordinance prohibit ing slavery was ratified by 18,527 to 3,G9G. The people of Iowa volunteered In stead of hiring substitutes. The State furnished 70,000 troops, 6,000 more than h...

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 January 1866

Wants, For Sale, For V IlCttt,&C. -arAdvartlaam.nta are Inserted under tbU bead at tha fotlowlng rate.: t , S Ingle lonertlon, 10 rents per Una, of 8 words. Ce,h Id advance. Cull additional Inner! Ion, 5 rents per line. No advertisement Inaerted fur lees than 26 cents. U7ATEI-r.0M U SILVER V ONK. llinrgASD HOLLARS Worth of old OnM nnd silver PI it will par th CASH. J. W. WHITK, Penile, Hill-born, (Ililo. Jan4w8 TOU SALE A Smill Firm of 50 I AcrM, ...rue mil from l.vn hl-nr-jr, on Tut tl rrftek, ft.rty-IWe ncim clffired, flva ncrri" nf t.m1-.-I)lovtn:l.t vety pp-nd. PiUe fto per acre, for rat tfrnlnr! rail on ttit t't-"tnU-ii, or uddr. Jeiil4 W M, HILL, I.ynrlibnrr. OMo. WANTED AGENTS -Wantrd-A'-llvn, pnfrpfrlr nnd rtHnlil men In rfrr town e-Miritr, and vlllaitr tn th roiintr?, t HI Mm k-nir.(W Tim Thotifmnd Heci.i.f. In nil lha nfttl nnd d:metit.e axtia; cntif ullna; a roniplMw and prttrlfcHl I.Mtrarv, r'ftliit to Atfririiituri. Horticulture remtMite. fll-nttcli Inn anil PTtfp, ...

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 January 1866

Farmer's Department. Working Horses when Young. V?e work our colts too much, many of ua. Their limbs are yourig and tender, and their mettle Is up at the novelty of the first handling. Be sides, we are not apt to have the pati ence required to treat an unproctlced colt. As they are worked, so will their limbs bo affected. If carried to excess, there will be injury, and it will last. Prematurely will such horses diej ( ns we have seen many one,) espe cially if kept at work after their early and severe training. A horse thoroughly matured hav. lng age and strength, and muscles de veloped by moderate exercise and ju dicious treatment care taken of the animal that his limbs become, not on ly toughened, but developed, filled out, so ns to support the labor and fa tigue ; this is what is wanted. When thus developed, and toughened by time, gradually there is scarcely any amount of work that cannot be got out of such a horse. And he will last. We have seen horses at 20 do a fair day's work....

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. — 11 January 1866

i J. L. BOARDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor. ) & Jamiln flurnaI---d)fl(Jr .'vfo.rfjcfos, jpiilitrcs, fitcrature, Agriculture, Tarhds, c. $3 00 a Year: Strictly in Advance i VOL. 29---NO. 38. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND. COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY , JANUARY 11, I860. VVIlpLK NO. 1546. CASH MARBLE WORKS REMOVED. Vtch St., nearly opposite the Prorost Mr shaU's Offloe. ' Jons Dawson, Proprietor. Tnt subscriber respectfully In form, the pnbllo that he hae removed la the above .tend, where h. will be pleaeed to furnish aa good work end material at low prlcee u sa be obtained In boutbern Ohio. JOHN DAWSON. Augnat 10. tuglO Hardware and Iron Fresh Arriralsat Lowest Prices. 1A1t anil Sheet Iron, Nell., Spike. and Screw., Cros. Out and Mill Saw., Flirt, Bntt and Strap Hingae, steel Forks, Hum, do. (Springs, Alios, uuna, fipoke., aud Felloe.. .. .. ALSO Cnttlng Boxes, Cum Shelter., Can mill, Fla Wheels, and Four Minute Freetera. Pittsburg Flows and Points. flaring purchased of D, M. Barman hi. entire ...

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 January 1866

iiiiJusnonouGif, onio Thursday, Jam 11. 18GC News of the Week. Tho receipts from Internal Revenue tho List half of last yenr wero about . $180,000,000, ' A pnym ister'a safe, containing 1-10, 000, was stolen at Fort Leavenworth, on the '2d inst. '. V. L. Winder, who supervised, af fairs of Llhhy prison, has fled to Can ada.. A "Washington dispatch states that the Tennessee delegation wlU soon be admitted to seats in Congress. Hon. George Bancroft has been defl- nit jly selected to deliver the eulogy of President Lincoln, In February next.. Tho Union Pacific Railroad Is now in operation west as far as Topeka, Kansas. The final triumph of Emancipation .was celebrated in Boston and other New Ensland cities by ringine of bells, firing of cannon, and similar Ju bilation. Gerard Hallock, Esq., formerly edi tor of the New York Journal of Com merce, died on the 4th Inst., at New Haven, Connecticut, at the age of GJ years. General Grant sends three inspect ing officers on a tour in different...

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 January 1866

Wants, For Sale, For Kent, Ac. ar Advertisement ar Id Mr ted ndr Mil h sad at th fallowing rates: tingle Insertion, 10 cent per line, of t word. Ca In advene. Each additional tnertlon, centa pet Una. No advertisement loeerted for lew thn A eent. WASTED-GOLD ASD SILTER ONE THiU'RAND DOLLARS' Worth of old Onld and Hllver Pint will vT CASH, i. W. WHITE, Dentist, IIIUlMro, Ohio. Jautwd 7?0R SALE A Small Farm r 50 Jj Acres, three mile from Lynchburg, on Turtle ' Creek, forty-five acre cleared, flv acrre of timber. Improvement Tory god. I'llce 3A er ncro. ror particulars, callou the premise., or addrese jer.twt U N. HILL, Lyuchhurg, Ohio. "Tt7 ANTED AQEWTS -Wanted- W Active, energetic end rellnhle men In every town, cennty, and village In the country, to anil Mackenr-le. Ten T honaand Heeelpt, In all the naafitl and dctnratla arts; constituting a enmplot end practical Library, relating to Agriculture, Horticulture, Omenta, Blaach Ing end Dyeing, Brewing, Cookery, Canning, Confer., tlonery...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 11 January 1866

Farmer's Department. in;. J CT" Farmer's Club. Tlio Stark County Farmer's Club lu-Id Its monthly meeting at the Court Honse, April 1st, 1S65. (Samuel Linri, President pro tern. -Ouestion for discussion " Best mode of preparing ground, and cultivating corn." rjoorge Ijiwrence Manures well say 2.5 loads to the acre, plows from ten to twelve inches deep, thinks deep iflowlnff very important, plows his irround from the 10th to the 15th of May, and plants as soon as the ground i ready and the weather Is fit, covers his corn three inches deep in hills from 3J to four feet apart, thinks close fur rowing Injurious, thinks four feet about rigitt, planters his corn about 60 pounds to tho acre, leaves 2 to 5 stalks In a hill, plows his corn well, throwing the dirt to the corn the last time going through, thinks much of the Ilarnly plow for tending corn. '"" A. Pontius Thinks 4 feet apart too wide, marks his ground 3 feet 5 inches both ways, and puts three grains In a hill, thinks close plantin...

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 January 1866

vi ' 11 .-in i i i , !, 11 : - r ir -. : OHIO ,!t . I Vol. 39 No. 39. Hillsborough Highland County, Ohio, Tliursclay, January 18, 1806. Whole No. 1547. i " ; .: :i't PACIFIC HOTEL, m , 170, 172, 171 & 170 Greenwich St. (ON H)CAR WMT Of nAWy.) "Betwoon Courtlandt and Doy Btroats, N. Y JOHN FATTEN, J., roriSTO. ninK Puclflc HoM It w-ll sinl Mly kitnwn lo the M. trrallnn pulillo. Ths lociillon lar-.pK-inllJ anlt l.lelo niM-chauts nd bil.iuraa mi.nl It la In clu e prox imity to thn liu.lnos. part (if the Oily ! on the hl((h wy ul Southern euil Wnntorn Irnvi.! Uceut tu ell the pitnc(l railroad ali.l BtMtnlKMit ili'pots. The I'nelfio has liberal cMniniiidetlon for oer ann Kaiejeti r In well Ikirnlehi-a, til rKiinreeee eery mortern iuinrownmmt for the com brt end entertelnmnnt of IU tiismtea, The roomi ere apurhme end well entllted; jWldutt with gu end wetor; the ntuindance ! prvmpl and reepectfiil; end the tehle le generously ptuvided With evory dllrcy of the apaaon. . he subscriber, ...

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. — 18 January 1866

II I LI-N MOIIO 1X1 H, OHIO Thursday, Jan. 18, 18G& a of New of the Week. The Ohio River la again navigable io Pittdburg. Southern Railroads are gradually gutting Into full working order. Rnnntnr 'tfiul'a mysterious visitor tarns out to bo a Massachusetts man of disreputable character. The freedmen at Frankfort, Ken tucky, celebrated the anniversary of tho Emancipation . Proclamation on January first by a general Jubilee. The safe of tho Treasurer's office, lu Tulaskl county, Indiana, was blown open, a few nights since, and about 3,000 stolen therefrom. The safe of the Adams Express Com pany was robbed between New York and Now Haven, on the night of the 6th Inst., of ."O0,0K). A.S. HasklnH, a member of the Low. or House of the Ohio Legislature, from Washington county, died suddenly nt Lafayette, Indiana, on last Friday night. The steamers Belle Memphis, War saw and Fralrie Rose, and two ferries, urprn mm It bv the breaking up of the Ice at St. Louis, last Friday. There has been ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 18 January 1866

Wants, For Sale, For RCHt,&C. "Advertisement, art Inserted under thlt Ilea al the following rates: Single Insertion, 10 cnti per line, of t words. Cash in advance. Each additional Insertion, S cents per line. '' Mo advertisement Inserted fur leal thin 28 eantl. WANT!. I) -TO RENT-An Office In Morrow A Johnson's Building. Inquire of janl'lf MOWRHV A .1011 NHON. WAITED -GOLD AIM) SILYER ONB THOUSAND DOLLARS' Worth of old fluid end Silver Plate will pay the CASH. J. W. WHITE, Dentist, Hlllsboro, Ohio. JanawS 1?0R SALE A Small Farm of 50 ; Aoree, throe mllea from Lynchburg, on Turtle CrMk, ftirty-fl? acrei cleared, Are acres of timber. Imirovimpnt TPry (rood. Vrlre $.1 per acre. For partirulftri.ca.lon tlic premise, or addreM Janw4 WM. HILL, Lynchburg, Ohlev WANTED AGENTS -Wanted-ActlTB, energetic and rellahlp men In fvery town, ronntv, and village In the country, to soil Mackenzie Ten thousand Kecelnt, In Mil the nnful and dr-menUo rM( contitlttitlng a compMe and rntlcl Library, re...

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. — 18 January 1866

Farmer's Department. Regularity in Feeding. Every good farmer knows thnt any domestic animal Is a good clock that it knows almost to a minute when the regular feedintr time has arrived. If it has been accustomed to be fed with accuracy at the appointed period, It will not fret until that period arrives, after which it becomes very roxtless and un easy till its feed comes. If it has been fed irregularly, it will begin to fret when' the earliest period arrives. Hence, this fretting may bo entirely avoided by strict punctuality, but It cannot be otherwise. The very mo ment the animal begins to worry, that moment it begins to lose flesh, but the rate of this loss has never been ascer. taincd it Is certainly worthy of In. vestigntion and can only be deter mined by trying the two modes (punctu al ity and irregularity) side by side un der similar circumstances, and4 with the Bame amount of food, for some weeks or months together.- - - There Is one precaution to be ob. served, In connection...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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