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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 25 January 1866

Hillsborough, Highland County, Oliioj Thursday!, January 25, I860. Whole Nd. 11648 Vol. 29 No. 40. PACIFIC HOTEL, yl70, 172, 171 & 176 Greenwich St. (OKI qtJm WBT Or (HOlDWlt.) Botweea CourtUndt and Dey Strta, N. Y JOHN PATTEN, Ji., PaoriiiToii. THE Pacific Hotol la well and wHkIjf known io Mm traveling public. Thai location bwcMlj iulu lile to miirchanU and boalnoM men; It la In do a prox imity to th hualoMt part of tha Oily la on tlie hlglf way ol Southern and WaaUtrn trarel ailjacant to all tha pilnclpal railroad and ataambomt di'pola. Tha Pactfln haa lll.aral accommodation for orer 3tK rnaats; It ! well fiirnlnhed, and pnaamaaa aery modern inproTement for tha comfort and entertainment of Ita tnmatee. The rooma are epaclmia and well nntllnted; provided with gaa and water! the attendance la prompt and reapeetOil) and tha table la generoualy provided With avery dVllcaoy of tha fleaaon. a. be aubaoriber, who, for the paat few yeara, haa been the leaiMt. la now aol. nroorletur. a...

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. — 25 January 1866

III I.UmOltOI CilJf, , Oil IO ic Thnraday, i Janu i5, 18C0, - -, ' VV News of the Week. !-. )!.!- TJietnlon mcmiK i of 'ttw; aiouht from Ohld' VotiMi imanlmotisly in fit yorof tho lJIstrlct snflrrstgo "b.H. ', ' Tho nbston. Dully Cotirrler luw, just rtpirM, at' tfie ago of forty-one. 1 Con. fitjyhtlsih, of lfttc culiriimiHrrg'ltr Cop v !A frightful storm ha H?crHtiy swept 6vcf 'Eurorvean waters, rMvaRloniiig many wreck's it number !6f, ,n)ericftn vessels being araonj; thoso hxsf. . , f A great fire at St; Catherine' -docki, London, recently destroyed trrperty to the amount of two million . dollars . p .'The cattle tlisea In England! S on tho increase.11' ' . i ,:- . . .i , . - : .i . :.. I .... tl I. ,;,',Profi9fr.; James ,J, Ma jw3rpii, of the airiest Agricultural wrifcqnvlni thin country,' 11od at Newark; New Jersey, on' the 10th, aed CO years. . ;,i The-Macon, Georgia, Messenger says It continues to receive encouraging ac-i counts Of the cotton crop from planters Wirbuhou't'7utWe...

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. — 25 January 1866

Wants, For Sale, For r r Ilcnt, &o. 'AirWMamenUaralnssrted oodsr thU head at ths Mbmlng ratce: , .laile Insertion, 10 cents per line, of words. Cnsfc tit advance. .. . ... . ' , Koch additional Ineortlon, 8 cent pat lln. , ' . , Na advertisement lnorted fur Use than 25 emli, 4 l L.' JJ ll LL J i'i 1 ' ' T?0R SALE- -FMW--A Great Kit- X. gain A Fa r,rm of 101 acre, situated in Salem Town. hip, Highland Oonnty, Obt( 80 acre chared, balance In umber; two nwi iog i.u ..... slant of water, good aoll, etc. For aai at the low price of per aim, caah. Apply to Sheriff Johmnn, I n HllWboro.or Mr. H. 0. Uuut, No. b7 W alnut. Rt., Cincinnati, Ohio. jaiiMwa T7ANTEDT0 RENT An Office In V V ' ll,.rrn Jk Jnhuann'a Bnlldlne-. Iimnlra "I lT)llf ' MOKK'IW A JOHNSON. '1 ITTASTED-GOM, A!.l SILVER VV (INK THOI'SAND HOLLARS' Worth of old flnhf'tind Sliver Plata-will niy the, CASH. W. WIIITF., Dentist, HIII.lH.ro, Ohio. Jan twit T?OSt SALE A Small Farm of fid I' evt,i Ihroa mllaa from Lvnrhblira, on Tnr...

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. — 25 January 1866

Farmer's Department. 7 :,r r' -"Zl'-' [From the New York Observer. Picking over Apples. Mehhiw. F-MTons : The short para graph Ir the (HiwrveF of Dfcemlior 7thy IwkIimI 14 Pick over yoor A- plea," will probably cnuse tho destruc tion tf thousand of bushels of apples. and vviia probably written by a " thco U'lltoea yonrs upo, I oiened, My 1, n boy of applew, all sound. ' IJolnjr a littlb dusty, I concluded to ' pick them over," which was accordingly done. On, week after, more than , one-halt were rotten,. The rotting commenced nithhi twenty-four hours after being picked over. .Front that time until now, it has tyjvn. my uniform practice to put my apples in barrels or deep boxes, and never disturb them until I want to uso them. I am never troubled with rotten apples. Of courso every apple haft 1(4- seasons You cannot export Rill apples to keep until spring, , nor sum mer apples to relrtirfn sound nntil win ter. K.vy erieitow hits tmigjit inc.tQ.veT a ! " f . - e ' it -.In . ' - '".n'J...

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. — 1 February 1866

Vol-29 No. 41. Hillsborouglij IIiglilaiid County, Ohio, Thursday, February 1, 18G0. lolc No. 1540. PACIFIC HOTEL, 170, 172, 171 & 176 Greenwich St. (ONI KlCiRl WW Of MOAOWAf .) Between Courtlandt and Dey Btrests. N. Y ' JOUN TATTEN, Ja., rOFiiiTOS. nnK Fwlte Ilotl to well and widely known to tha JL traveling puotic. im idcbiiud woiw.ihj Me to merchant, anil tm.iur.. men', It to in clou proi linlty to I he hu.lne.. part of the City I. on the high wot of Southern anil Wentern trnvol adjac.ut to all the inlnrlpnl railroad and atasmhost dpote. The Pnrlflo hu llli.ral accommodation for orer Son fna.t. It to well fiirni.licd, anil poueeeee .vary modern mprovemnnt for the comfort and entertainment of He Inntatra. The room, are .paclou. and well ventilated) provided with ga. and water; the attendance to prompt and respectful; aod the tnbla to generouiljr provided With every delicacy of the aaaaoll. (haanbacrltiar, who, lor we pan row yearn, n i tha leeeee, la now .ola proprietor, nou mi...

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. — 1 February 1866

Gfy Disking llttos. HILTJSlIOKOirGII, OlllOt Thursday, - Feb. 1, 1SS6. News of the Week. Washington ,spoclnls report ft dis- rouraging state of things in Virginia, There are 100,000 claims of deceased soldiers awaiting settlement In the Becond Auditor's Oince. The coinage of the mints, during the fiscal year ending June 30th 18C5, amounted to t 32,310,243. Three murders, In almost na many hours, are reported as having occurred m Indianapolis Thursday morning. The publishers of the new city di rectory of Fort Wayne, Indiana, est! mate the population of that place at 22,000. Bishop Duggan of Illinois has re fused Christian burial td the Fenians, and denies them the sacrament of the Lord's Supper. The breach in the Fenian ranks grows wider daily. The O'Mahony and Roberts factions are bitterly op posed to eaohrther. The steamer Asher Ayres, with 2,020 bales of cotton, was . recently burned In Altamaha River. The boat was valued at $00,000, and was fully insured. Ex-Governor R. M. Stewar...

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. — 1 February 1866

Wants, For Sale, For Uciit.ac. tli following rates: 1 fhitflr thuertfun, 10 renfi per lino, of 8 words, In ftitonnrn, . ; i .: . Wh UH(midl InMrtlnit, A ctnti per Iln. No Jvtrtlwintnt limorlri fur Ittnt IIihd 20 conli. IOR SlI.E -Desirable Town Prop- J. erty A f.d Frnme Dwelling linn, on aniiiti High flirw-t, llillnhurn, noMiniiithg (x room, with wmMl-hoti, nniok li other outliitllilliifr, ifou.! wfll, a t-liMlt-e vnr ty itf pf-niVd fruit tr, nml k,h"1 irnrln Bi.'t. W.'lt ultud lor tumll faintly. W ill be Id t.t k Imrgiilu. A). ply to 0. J. KCKLKT, ni.lr.burn. f.l.ltf T 0S1-II it CITE In H&llsboro, J--" on the night nf the 2Vh f mat. n Siberian S-vtlrvet Fnr0". Th flii'ler, will he suitul.ly rewarded by leaving It at till nllW. lebwl IOR S 1' galn-A SM,i:-FAKM-A Great Bar- -A Kurm of 101 nm-n. ntt inttfil In Sulcm Town nil I li, lliuMuil ('mint)', Olifn; mi ncri'. .'ii-Mri.., ImUnni In timlHr: twi luw,i ina (mufTii, two rm-lniKN, ami plenty of wttT, roo1 mil, n Ic. Kuf mile at 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. — 1 February 1866

Farmer's Department. ' [For the News. Cures for Dry Murrain, Bloody Murrain and Hollow Horn. Et; Highland1 Nkws :DEAn Bib : Aa this la a ecnaon when Cattle ore more eultfect to Dry and Bloody Murrain and Hollow Horn than, any -11 m 4 a. . a ClTti Tbur Waulora tha benefit of what has been proven to be In nearly every case a certain euro. First, for Dry Murrain, give a quart of eoft poap and a quart of lard, did solved together, twice a day, until an operation la had, and a cure 19 certain. For Bloody Murrain, give 250 grains of calomel in n ball of dough, 'made out of corn-meal and milk.. Put 'the calomel Inside ot Jall, open the ani- Jnol's mouth, push thty ball down thd throat with the butt -of ft whip, and a . cure is certain. ' . , , , . , , t . For. IIollow Horn, as rtulck aa the animal seems sick bore the horns, split the tail, put In ground pepper and colt, tie it up, pour turpentine around the roots of horns, and In hollow of head, between horns. Keep horns open, and repeat t...

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. — 8 February 1866

alll Vol. 29 No. 42. Hillsborough, Highland County , Ohio,Tlmrsday, February 8, I860. Whole NO. 1550. PACIFIC HOTEL, 170, 172, 171 & KG Greenwich St. (on qrii Of (ROADWAY.) Between Courtlandt and Der Btreati, N. V JOHN TATTBN, Ja PaortET0. mm PacIIIc notel U well end widely known to the J traveling public. The location l..peclll nlL. bla o merchant and htilii mn: It I In clow tirni. ulty to the limine, part of the City 1 on the high way of Southern and W..lcrn travel adjacent to All th. pilnripal railroad And .teatnbiavt depot. Th Parlflc hM liberal Accommodation foroTArwu ruMta; It la well fnnil.hed, And poeieenea .very minora inprov.tuent for IliA comfort nnd .ntertalnnie nt of lla Inmate. Th. room nr. eparl.uia and well ventilated, provided with Rna Ami weter; the ttcrolnl.t'o li prompt And reapectful; And tlie table li gencroiuly provided with avery delicacy of the .eaaon. I. he .ub.erlber, who, for the pnut few year, iia been the leee, If now aole proprietor. And Intend! to...

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. — 8 February 1866

IIILlAIIOIlOVIIt OHIO I Thursday, - Feb. 8, 1800, News of the Week. The totnl number of National Dunks now in operation is 1,630. The amount paid for amusements in Chicago, Inst year, wan upward of one million dollars. There are five hundred and eighty political prisoners now at the Dry Tortugas. At last accounts Gov. Morton, of In diana, was In Paris. His health was improving. Dr. Nott, President of Union Col lego, died January 29, in the 93d year of his age. Ho had brjon President of the College for 61 years. The workingmen of San Francisco have held a mass meeting to promote the adoption of the eight-hour labor system. lire receipts or internal revenue from the 30th of June last, up to Jan mry 30th, amount to over one hund red and ninety millions of dollars. i ne citizens 01 unattanooga held a meeting on the 1 1 tit inst., In favor of rhe early completion of a railroad, by the shortest route, to Cincinnati. Lithographic stone, equal in all re spects to the famous stone found in l...

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. — 8 February 1866

Wants, Sale, For Rent, &c. sMTAdvertlsetnnnlt lire Innerted under this html at the following rates: . Single Insertion, 10 cents per line, of t word.. OmIi In advance, Kch additional Insertion, rents per line. Ho-advertisement Inserted fur lest than 2ft cent.. IVOR 8AM5 A DRAG SAW la first JL rate or1r. Km hvvn nm on mimtnor. Rnnnnn fur IHiig 'rnl,,'l't"r uo furlliT iw for It. Ad drrni, r.j.i8i A. this offlco. TOR SUJJ-Doslrable Town Prop- .L urtyA Roofi Krimn Irwclllnff Hnnm. nn umith II I (fit fttrfH-t, rii1Uliuri RmiUiluitiK nix rnnmii, with wn.t,.iiot.itv, fliimk h im nml oltmr oiiUhiIIiiIiiu'i, goor. wt-lt, ft clinic varli'fjr "f KinKc! fnilt-t.no, nl ir-nrl fnH.-n npol. Wll iitttvl fur ft in nil family. Will be vM M n burgftlu. Anlf to O. J. ECKI.EY, HtlUboni. Wil if WAITED -TO ROT-An Oillcelti Morrow A Johnson's Building. lin.ilroof JanlHf MDUIHIW .loll N(oV. WANTED-GOIM) Ml. SILVER ONR TIIOC8AN1I MILLARS' Worth of old "old And Silver PI .to will pny the CASK. J. W. WI1IT...

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. — 8 February 1866

Farmer's Department. The Sugar Prospect. Our ndvlce to the farmers of Ohio, wle sutmr as thoy can for home use. It la now tolerably clear that very little sugar and molasses can be expected from tho sugar-producing region of the South. Tho Ulailters SilV theV Cannot Alio piuunrs fniy im y W"""" iliCKlS- llturOOf IjOUtHinna mourned Without 1 1 -. 1.KA a.ij, binding tho parties to contracts, apu there is an indisposition to abide by tho pissing any IUS n""'K ' regulations of the Frcetlmen 8 Uureau. The sugar crop in Louisiana the pa-st year, in tho parish of East Baton Rouge and contiguous parishes, fulls below that of any preceding year since tho culture of cane commenced. The Baton Bongo Advocate estimates that tho en tire crop in East Louisiana, West Ba ton ltouere, I'oint Coupee, and the Orosd Tete portion of Iberville, will bo under 80Q hogsheads for 18G5. It says: " In former years tho same section of 1 1 i I A. nn nnn t COUntrV produced at least 30,000 hOgS- heads of sugar, 90,...

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. — 15 February 1866

lilt ; Vol.20 No. -43. Hillsborough, Highland County, Ohio, Thursday, February 15, 1800. ' ' ' ' 1 Whole No. 1551. MEAT MARKET CHANGED. & jBOM and .(tar thin rtnto, lio subscriber wl'l clt Me.it on MONDAY. WKIlN KSMA Y and FIIIDAY VENINC18. cnmineiielua tit t o'clock, lnetend of iu Ike mrninff, aa iiaretororo. Tula arrangement will continue until warm wcathrr O.J. htKI.KY. HIH.Wo.Jan, 25, 1gr.fi. "!!'' ' . W. LAWRENCE'S FURNITURE, GLASS AM) QVEENSWARG STOKE. TWAVIKO removed my Store on Main St., opposite Ji J nlchardft' Drv floods Htore, and having Inst re . well selected murk ot UI.ASSWAItE, QUIiKNH. WARKand Kl'ltNlll UK of every description, I re .pectfully solicit . share of puhlio patronage, and will be at my store at all business hours, to wnll tipoa those who will favor me with a mil, end nir motto will ever te, "Small Profits, ynlck Retains ami CASH iUVN, for ''Money niakea tho ninro go." 0. W. liAWItKSCR. nillabnrn, October 19, 18UR. ovllutf YO(T will always find a full ...

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. — 15 February 1866

IIII.IVNHOIlOtUII, OHIO t . Feb. 15, 18G6. Thursday, 1 I? 1 SJ-ZrStN A Congress. The bill continuing tho Freodmen's Bureau, and extending Its operations over Delaware, Maryland ana ;ismu- rl, passed both Houses Inst week, and . . . . - - t i t Tliwutif.tnt utrmntilvtv I omy " 'i",ui " In the lIou. the vote on its. passage stood 13G to 33, Bhowlng tnat tne tjn- t A . . . . Q oat-. lln1 AAM.' ion mnjory.tMuiiiw unu pact, In oplto or uiGconnuem tions Of the opposition. ... We rejoice that this measure, so ne- cossary for tho protection of tho freed- men, lias pnisaed, and have no doubt it will receive the approval or the l'resl- dent. Legislature. Dashed the House. Author izing the State Treasurer to retain the Soldiers' liclief Fund in the treasury for the present. The Senate postponed its third reading until the lGth. Messrs. Clark and Coan have Intro duced resolutions in the House, propos- - t A . St an n U ingto amenu mo o"u" w to give municipal authorities, probate courts or counr...

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. — 15 February 1866

Wants, For Sale, For Rent, &c. aT-Advertlsemcnts are lusorted unrtor this bead t lie following rates: Wngle Insertion, 10 cenlapor lino, of Swordl, Cash a advance. Each additional Insertion, n renla per line. . Mo advertlaeinent Inaortcd lor leas than '28 cents. WANTED -The rublk to Know THAT PA I'll TOMI.INSON It llio only I'livln Itrdlcal or Botauln Physician In thla county, and la praired lo treat oil niaca of dlacaiie iiii the pliliclplea and ayatctn ilUmvej-e.l dv lr. H, iel Tlioiuanii, ami taught by lh Phy.lo-Modlenl College of Ohio. To tho.a that know anything of tlir system 1 Will only uy 1 will I... In l In- principle strictly, and never na medicine Hint ran under any clreuiiialniicee Injure nv peraoti. .. to Hi ore una. (polluted with It I will any nliaorve the sin-ccae of the pia'tlre. Near Hiiic'a School ttnnae, f .ur miles north of New Raton. Addreaa, PAIL T( M 1.1 N.-HiN, l.e.ai.nrg, llnilil nol inly. fV f.l.lRw:l LN)R SILK A MliU SH -Mliii rate nrler. lift vm im-d...

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. — 15 February 1866

Farmer's Department. -i ... -. [For the News. Cultivation of the Peach. SINKING SPRING, Feb. 5, 1866. Jttt. Editoh : As I expect you and the ninny readers of your excellent -per, m well ns myself, arc fond of Peach,- by your leave, I wish to glvq through the News, some of my expe rience in the culture of the Pcaeh tree. 1 have been frequently told by Horti culturists, that with a little care, I could' Have Peaches every year, and, out of the ltwt Ix years, we have miss ed but one. I have between 300 and 400 tearing trees and as many more coming on.j I have. I tmpposp, as many different qualities Of land as Can be found On .... . , .. , nnT farm In thlS part Of tlie COUntry, fVnm thA Ht h nnnnW natch aloilCino CTtok. to the poor "Jiuckleborry knob." An altuM VAplh QnfK Vjvat and Vpf . I have IM trees growing, but tlW on blRCk free-stone land and Northern (slopes seem to do the best. But In all livntlons. thiit foil dostrover of the . I I'eaen'tree, 111 HOrtr, or gruu, s.vm.i ., , , ,...

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. — 22 February 1866

Vol. 29 No. 44. Hillsborough, Highland County, Ohio, Thursday, February 22, 1800. Whole No. 1552. Dr. J. W. White, MIESMBEJVT I9MHmTi&T XIlllMDoro, Ohio. v--, ' OFFICE AT TilK OLD yHAA W ft-?-- Dental Boorai, on .ifc&X V'Wr, '"n" Street. Hlbbeu'e '"?V9 V& W? BCILD1NO. t .iL;.:--1--. -i)- star BEMKMBEH v Dr. WI1ITK makes all the Bent and Finest U" kinds of wot now -sr mails by u rroiee lion. noviotf 'David Noble, M. D. riiywioirtn eft) Surgoou. HAVING decided to resume the practice of Medicine and Surgery, baa opened an Ornce on High Street, opposite to the Murblv Shop of P. Harsha, lu Iba town of Hillsboro, Ohio. Office hnura from 7 to A. M. 12 to 2 P. M., and from lo P. M. N. B. Particular attention given to Surgical cases, ud tbetreatment of Chronio Diseases. nov30m;i DB. B. 3. GUTHHIB. DEALF.lt IN Drngs, Medicines. Perfumery, and Fany Articles. High Street one door South of Main HiUeboro, Ohio. ow-partlculalj attention paid to Compounding Phys tans'- Prcsc-rthiJi sJuf...

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. — 22 February 1866

HiLi-snoiiofoif, omot Thursday, - Feb. 22, 1866. News Summary. Dry goods nt Galveston, Texas, nro polling at 13 or cent, below New York prices, nml boota and shoes tire ielling at less than first cost. The Little Miami Railroad Company are grading nnd preparing to extend their double track from Loveland to Foster's Crossing. , k Judge. William Noble, an old nnd much repnerted citizen of Clinton eo., died nt bin residence, in Green town- nhip, on last Saturday evening, nrter n protracted illness. President Juarez in a letter to friend In this country says the enemy Is consuming his last resources, nnd that his forces are becoming demoral ized. A free school bill, making equal endowment, but separate schools for white and colored children, has passed the House of Representatives of Mis souri. George TVnbodv. tho American banker in London, has given another hundred thousand pounds for the bene fit of the poor of the British metropo lis, making in till about two hundred and fifty thousa...

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. — 22 February 1866

Wants, for Sale, For Wants, for Sale, For Rent, &c. , of 8 words. Cash srAdvertlsomente ere Inserted undor this bead t till following rates: ,.Nnglo Insertion, 10 cents por , B advance. ,- .Each additional Insertion, B rents por line. i- Wo advertisement insert (1 fur leal than 20 cents WANTED- .1000 FARMERS To BUT Choice Apple Trees. I will sell them by til a 1000 at the old prlra, 10 mil earn, nil warrant thorn llir beat vai let les and trim to name. Hy Wo, 1 5' J cents each. By tlia dnaen, lfl cents earn. Klnale Irai-e 2lcanta. AUu, other Nursery Stork at cnrrenponillng low prices, aa I wi.h to clone out mj ati.rk tliia Hpriiig. Orders sent by mall promptly attended to. Nursery y9 mlla northeast of Hillslinrn, noar Ilia Fair Oronnda. lllllahoro, O., fob. tt, 1800. O. J. ECK.LEY. . "leb22tf "WAXTED-AGi:STS--.l few active Young Men, to sell Krnll Treea. Apply Imme dlntatyto U. 1. ECKLKY, tlill.boro, O. Mi22tf jay WAVnii-ItUtK I will pay the hlgheat mark.it price for White, Blac...

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. — 22 February 1866

Farmer's Department. r.i. i.i .... . ju Mutton. Expericnco hn.i proved that mutton for farmers' use Is tho cheapest of nil innnt.o. Tin- cost of keenintr shoen te' more than balanced by the fleece thnt Is generally taken from them; and specially may thla bo said of sheep In mild climates, where the farmer Is not compelled to fodder but a small portion of the year. Another Important Item Is the yearly Increase. From it, if ho desires, the farmer can supply hi9 table with mutton through the year; we would, therefore, advise saving the lambs, and kill, as far as may be necessary, tho older sheep. It Is also a very convenient meat for the larder. A farmer's family can very readily consume a sheep ixfore it will spoil, while this cannot be done with a beef, or other animals of a large size, without adopting some method of preservation. Besides, the time and labor employed in killing and dressing a sheep is but little compared with what is necessary for largo animals. Hence, as a matter o...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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