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

Vol. 29 No. 45. Hillsborough, Highland County; Ohio, Thursday, March 1, 1866. Whole No. 155.3. Dr. J. W. White, Zllllslaoro, OHio. OFFICE AT Till OLD Dsntal Booms, on nigh Street, lllbbeu's BUILDINO. T REMEMBER I)r. WHITE niekee .11 tli Best end Tinea klndi of work now made by tb. Prufee Ion. BorlAtr David Noble. M. D. PbyaiolAU j Stircoon. nt VI NO derided to reaiime the practice of Medicine gild Surgery, haa opened en Office on High Street, oppoelte to the. Marble shop of P. llursha, In the town f nillahoro, Ohio. Office hours from 7 to 0 A. M. 12 to IP. M.,end from T to P. M. .y N. B. Particular attention e-lron to Surgical eases, nd the treatment of Chronic Dlwaaes. nu3cm3 D. :-S, GUTHRIE, - " ' DEAtEIl IS " Drugs, medicines, Perfumery, and Fan: Articles. High Street one door South of Main . -.. , HUlaboro, Ohio. . Wr'Pnttlcrilar attention paid to Compounding rhyi .tana' Prescriptions. June 89, 18r,ft. )n?9tf "DR. D. CALLAHAN, 'Dentist. 1 WTl. WHITE and myeelf having dletolred e...

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 March 1866

ment. It Is hardly nocesaary for me to inform Congress that In my own judgment most of these States, so tar, at least, as depends upon their own ao tlon, have already been fully restored, and are to bo deemed to be entitled to eniov their constitutional rlehts as members of tho Union. Reasoning from the Constitution Itself, and from the actusd situation of the country, I feel not only entitled, but bound to assume that, with tho Federal Courts restored In the several states, ana in the full exercise of their functions, the rights and Interests of all classes of the people will, with the aid of the military in cases of resistance to the law, be essentially protected against unconstitutional infringement and vio lation. Should this expectation unhappily fall, which I do not anticipate, then the Executive is already armed with the powers conferred by the act or March, 1865. establishing tho Freed- men's Bureau, and hereafter, as here tofore, he can employ the land and naval forces of t...

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 March 1866

Wants, for Sale, For Rent, &c. SSS" Advertisements aro inserted ooder thl head at Mi following rates: Single Insertion, 10 cant per lln, of I word. Cub dvnc. Each additional Insertion, 8 cent per lln. Mo advertisement Inserted for lee than 2A cent. . T OST-DLICK FRENCH MERINO J-i SCARF, eo-awhr. on W.lnnt, High, Faat, or Main 8t. Th. finder will be aultahly rrwirded by leaving It at feb2J U. F. CLAYTON'S. WANTED HOUSEKEEPER A re Ix-ctftM woman and liw ririuirhfr. to Mrr ai tsoak0fr fttrni. Apply toths Id. (nr. tnrtf fOR 8.I.E VALCtBLE MILL -L PROPERTY Situated in Nevin.rket. For par ticular, enquire of M. BUCK, Hlllaboro. inarllf WATEI)-.100O faieii;ks..-to BUT Cholc AitpltTre.. I will sHI I hem by the 1000 At tii old prlc, 10 ctnt$ tacht nd wnrrnnt them the bMt riet.44 and tru to tutti,. By loo. t) nts wb. By liit loEn, 16 cent vch. H In if Is trws 90et.t. Also, other Nursery 8tck at cnnraponrlfng w ptir, u I w.h to clow out my stock thlt HpHnic. .Order Mnt tjr rrm.1 promptly a...

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. — 1 March 1866

Farmer's Department. P Ohio Game Law. The Onine Law has gone Into opera tlon, and as It Is of general Interest, we publish It for the benefit of our read- era: Sec. 1. That it shall be unlawful for nv person, at any time, to cateh, kill. or to pursuo with such intent, on the premises of another, or on the public highways, streets, alleys, or public commons, any nparrow, robin, blue bird, martin, thrush, mocking-bird, ewallow, oriole, red-bird, cat-bird, chewing or ground robin, king-bird, bobolink, yellow-bird, ppe-woe or phce bo, wren, cuckoo, indigo-bird, nut hatch, creep-piece, yellow-hammer or flicker warble-flnch; or, in any place, to catch, kill or injure, or pursue with such intent, any quail or Virginia par- trlugo, ruffled grouso or pheasant, pin nated'grouse or prairie chicken, or any wild turkey, bteveen the fourteenth day o February and the fifteenth day sf October, incwitre. And It shall be aiao unlawful for any person, at any time after the first day of February and bo...

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. — 8 March 1866

- .-..ai - ' - .- . .. -'mj 'sm rn . . 1 i i ,!i i .... . .- ' . Vol; 29 No. 4(1. Hillsborough, Highland County, Ohio, 'TliiirsilayMarcli.Sy.'lSGO. Whole No. 1554. Dr. U. V. HOGHLAND, Fhysloian and Surgson,. . 4rirVr Hrstaa, nvra Pa. Optiii'i Pino Stoat, Oks Doom Siiutii or Coamta or Mm lluia ., Ill l.l.SHUHO, OHIO. Residence as Walnut St., nearly opposite the Kemah Ci'sr Special attention polfl to DI(- i ' Harl nil tun., In which Pr. H. IiM had several yeare aerlenra In tlie New York lloepltale. ' T Office bonrs from to A. M.,and 1 tot P . M . ItllVflyl 1)7 J. W. White, ' ' IXtllxtooro, Oliio. ., OFriCR ATTlllCOlr ft Dental Booms, on fVW Tuv.J Hih '"r',', H,h V- : ll;--:..N,'.-U7 . or- iikmkmb: Ihbeu'. ItKMKMBEB- Dr. WIIITK make, a': lb Best anil riue.1 kinds ol work o made by tlx Profrs atoa. npvUtl !;:,Pavia Noble, M. D. I'Viymiolnu. edto BurBooil IB A VINO dcnldeitto resume tli practice of Medicine 8 Mini nrterv. ha. opened in Office on IIIkIi Street, opp-aiita to the MarMi shop...

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 March 1866

whore j a repose founded upon univer sal loyalty, the honcet resolves of pon- Itnnt in on to wumn to do evil Blul to lonrn to do well; men who, whatever, may have .keen their former guilt In the srreiit ciltii6ftjri'iHt their country, are willing to hlwndon nil their wicked Iur(MHW nnd lit good ftiith " "'"" t 1H -if ftUetfUnee,.Bnci oy worn nnu lel help to restore to our rommoit country nil that It litis lost In Mie rebel lion, iw far uh it may bo attainable by human effort. The experience of every day, In, thin II ill, siitnetf mo that, the gcejt yitftk lK-forbiistftlonj light,' munMo done hy the friend of the Union, done In . ftb UiNT of ft' Watchful and -perslstrnt .Opposition that permits no occasion to asi unimproved to embarrass every effort we make in, ths direction of re. construction. tk r ..,rit that wtu manifested '.L.nrti hn nntirrt war that hum? like n perpetual nightmare upon the nation, sugar-coated croaking, woaflng upon the surraee a gu oi of tho." enemy It Is visi...

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 March 1866

Wants, Sale, For Rent, &c. M7Adrertlsernents are Inserted under this head t tbe following rates: ' tingle Insertion, 10 cants per lint, of words. Dash V advance. " " " Each kd.lltlofial '.naertlnh, II cents per llnei- ; jb,o advertisement Inserted for lout than IS emit. OT0LElr-BIARE"$5() REWARD, O Hlolen fatm m itnbl, In WliltftAnk Tp., nn Fri rHy nlp-it, Mnn h 2. l?tJN MAKK, I'l ypum old, ,o' hitndi hifch. liUrk niHTift Htil tullt l-lt html fo.it wliitv to tu pnttir-jHtnt. A awM! and hrMIti wem rtUn tit. kn at the a.m tlm. yTwiilpnf for the recovery of thn ninrft, or I-") fur tlie mn.ro ftnl thief. mrtf . K. f. llRKWKfl. I 70U SALEFAMS-A; Farm of ! i wt icrat oi jm'ii mnn, mr mi, o niura. norm 01 Ulittoru, m Clear deck; will be aold low un puny payments. Alto A w"H ImproTfd Frm of 1 II or 0 1 or 4 ml la mmt ut HilUboro. ViN.nT. Rlvh Inime.tlalnly If Slr. U. II' UN Kit, Hillriboro, O. marHwfl .. T;0R SALE- iM-sirable Town Trop- 1 art offer fur imlo my liwolllitpt: linns, at the...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 8 March 1866

Miscellaneous. Miscellaneous. The Spotted Fever at Long Miscellaneous. The Spotted Fever at Long Branch, N. J. Dr. Sayre, the resident -physician, and pr. Jturphy, the Hcolth Ooiutnlt nloner, who -were requested by his Honor, the Mayor of New York, to visit Long 'Branch and examine into the character of tho disease popularly called Spotted Fever," there prevail Injr, made a report to hira yesterday morning on the subject. These gen tlemen stato that .thy arrived at Long Branch on the afternoon of the, 22d tnst.j and devoted two ulghts and a dav.to the examination of tho disease. There have been 90 cases and 37 deaths at Long' Branch and its vicinity, nhowintr that the popular impression that no recoveries' have taken place af ter an attack is erroneous. The du ease commences with a violent chill, and the first starro lasts about 16 hours durtnir this many die. The second period Is from two to three days, after which, convalescence may take place, Tho, most alarming symptom Is conges...

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 March 1866

Whole No. 1555. THE HIGHLAND WEEKLY NEWS; the interests of Devoted to Nows. Literature, Politics. Agriculture, ana Highland County, OLDEST PAPER IN TIIE COUNTY. 3. L. BOAItDMAH, KDITOR AND PROI'METOn. OF MCE Main St. north side, second door east of II Igli, nearly oposlte the l'ost Office. -SUBSCRIBERS. 2 00 1 00 :m M-A IL Single copy, one year. . .,, n months, " it month Payment Invariably In advanre l.v mull Inna-er then tho time paid for. "' asr" An extra copy will be seut gratia, fur every club of Ttx eubecrlliers l the etmTe rum. irnww HTinsnPT'n'B'.na. To Subscribe In Hlllshoro and vicinity, the Nwi IM bo promptly delivered by Carrier, or at the Post Offlce or office of publication, on the following terms I III advance, or within t month H At the end of month! - 2 ?S At the end of the year t 60 " Advance narment preferred In all eases. Sub aerlhere will be notified ef the expiration of their time by oroes on lilelr papers, or ny uius encioseo.. f 'U. B. We do not discontinue p...

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. — 15 March 1866

THE PRESIDENT'S POLICY. Interview with Gov. Cox of Ohio. What has Done and what he Proposes. ' Washington, lVb. 20. Tho fol. lowing important letter was read to- nlirht by Governor Cox, of Ohio, to the ... i n - .,, Representatives In Congress from that Btatoi Wabiiixgtox, Feb. 2(J, 1SCC. Uen. Geo. 11. Wright, Chairman Union Itoitral Committee, Ibtumbus, O. DeahBir: On Saturday night last I had an interview with the Presi- dent, I. regarded . It as of sufficient Importiince to reduce to writing my whilst fresh in my : t i...i ii memory, x wimw uiuu sum uim mornlmr to make known what I had ,,cv vnrifltinn t t hf truth r .rrm.w.rt i,umnonttn miiko ihlmnLnl.. n,r r.m.frv. Tl frankly gave his consent, and ivaentod to the accuracy of the report. The ii,i..nt ..:.) J. h.ui . i,,iirhti he waa unwlllinir to avow: that his policy had simnlv aimed at tho earliest possl- W rpsinrnMnn of iwwt, nn thn Imsia of loyalty. No Congressional policy bad ever been adopted, and therefore, when he entered...

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 March 1866

Wants, Sale, For Rent, &c. ' taAdswrtlaamont are iaaorted undor thif had t 111 following rates: . (nl Insertion. 10 cents per lln., of word. CmIi D advance., Kach additional Insertion, 6 cent per line. No advortlseaient Inserted for If tlin 28 cent. j i m' t it ii'l ja.terr-ju-;i..i.jj i,j t t;oR SALE FARMS-A Farm or I' u7 icroi of good land, for ml. 6 mile north of iTillshnro, on Clear Creoks will bo lold low on easy payment, t Alio A well ImproTfd Form of 14s or 0 cre, S or 4 mllM wMt of llillsboro. Pos-eealon given Immediately Ifdeelred. U. TUBNKB, lllllaboro, O. marMw I70R SALE Desirable Town . Prop rty I offiT rir eel my Pwelllng Hone, at th wrset nd of Walnut ft. near th Female College. Tim Hon hM 6 room, cellar, good cistern and well, and the location li one of ttio mtmt desirable in town. There la a good orchard attached. Also a cow pasture of about i acres, whlijh will be eld with the Hons and I.nt, If desired, or the Hour and f.ot alone. Apply to JOHN DAWSON, Marble Wo...

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 March 1866

Miscellaneous. Quarreling. If anything In the world will make a man foci badly, except pinching his flngnrt In the crock of a door, It Is un questionably, a fumrrci. jno man ever falls to think less of himself after than before. It degrades him In the eyes of others, and what la worse, It blunts his sensibilities on the one hand, and Increnaea the power of passionate Irri tability on the other. The truth l, tho more peaceably and quietly we get on, the better for our neighbors. In nine cases out of ten, the better course Is, if a man cheats you, quit dealing with him 5 If he is abusive, quit his company ; and If ho slanders you, take care to live so that nobody will believe him. No matter M ho he Is, or how he misuses you, the wisest way Is to let him alone 5 for there Is nothing better than this cool, calm and quiet way of dealing with the wrongs we meet. The Revenue. , .. The recommendations of the Reve nue Commission, recently reported to Congress are chiefly as follows:' L An ex...

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 March 1866

A . . . . :. ,. . - ! .- ' - - - - - V6I.-29 No. 48. Hillsborough, Highland County, Ohio, Thursday, March 22, 1860. Whole No. 155G. THE: HIGHLAMB WEEKLY OTS; Pe voted to News, Li toratu re, Pol itics . Agrioulturet and the Interests of ' Highland County. OLDEST P APEbTn THE COUNTY. J. L. TtOAIIDMAN, EDITOR AND, rnOPRilTOn. OFFICIO WiiluSMinrtli ulrt.w-ronil di-r t t of Illgli, i.t in-iii iy onpofltte the Poat Offloa. -'mail subscribees. Slnglfl Colijr, on year .... ' 6 monlhn... H .. ft wn . I, . ' M W tlaamniii Inv.rlnlilv III nilVflfirA. l ....1 00 JiO No iwiHir aelit liv tnnll liinitnr than lh llim- nnM for. ar An i-xtra c y will Iw Krai la, for every club of Tr niliacrltrera at the above rulca. TOWN SUBSCRIBERS. To Snliacrlliera In lllllalinro ami vWntly, tM Vrw will lw'irnniptlr nVllvM-ril by Cnrrlir, or nt tlio Pout Olllo or nfflue of imltllnitlnn, on tho following firm-! In nitvawe.nr within 1 month ?2 I"' 'At th nnif of A mnntl 2 ir 1 Al tmit of tlia ywr i All aT Advance nav...

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 March 1866

gift DisIimli Itttos. IIILI.SI.OICOI mi, OHIO I Thursday, Mar. 22, 1806. .... i i ri News Summary. ..TheChillicothe Gazette notices the death on Sunday night last of Dr. Ar thur Watts, for ninny years one of the leading agricultuinlintH and stock prow ers of thoHeloto Vailey. ' Tlie Doctor was sixty years of nge. fifteen hundred dollars have leen fiubscribed hy the citizens of iHt-rfleld Portatre county, for tho erection of a monument on the public wiuare, to the memory of the brave boys of that place, who fell In defense of tluur country du ring tho late rebellion. ; Cotton growing in tho Sandwich Islands Is becoininjr very inressful. About 1,200 pounds of 8ea Island cot ton can be rained on an average, per acre, and the plant is perennial thero, It Is intimated that Archbishop Pur cell, of Cincinnati, will bo the newly appointed Cardinal at the next meet Ing of the Consistory in Home. Bishop Purcell Is how senior Archbishop In America. There "have been 2,070 persons par doned in. ...

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 March 1866

Wants, Sale, For Rent, &c. aV Advertisement are Inaerted under tbl hod t th following rate: f Inula Insertion; 10 centa pir tin, of ( words. Ciuh ft Advance, Each additional Insertion, eenta per lln. No advertleement Inserted for leu than 34 centa. THft SALE FIR MS-A Farm of ' 7 mr.rm of good Utii, for le, ft mil Pi north of jlilliitmro. on Clear Creek; will be old low on eimy paymtmtt. Aim A wpll lmproTd Furm of 14Ror 0 norm, 8 or 4 inllM writ of liilUUoro. Pic)ilnn fclvnn ImmpillnlHjr U .trw,. U. Tl'KNK.l, Ullliboro, O. 1?0R SALE Desirable Town Prop- X rtf I offor for title my tiwnlllHjr ITonw, ttthr vnI en4 of Walnut Hi. ner tli Fcmnlo 0.1rgtv The Home bM 5 rooms, rtilitx, good ctirn nnd well, ntitl the locution 1 utie of the mout drnlrahle In town. There la ft Kod orrhurd attRchM. Aim a oow pit t (ire of About 3 ncree. which IH le with the House end !ot, If dird, or ih linn end hot nlnn. Apply to JOHN DAWS-jN, Murblo Worki. High fit. north of th Court ffouse. nmrWtf T OST BL...

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. — 22 March 1866

Farmer's Department. l. . I H.I : . t. 1:1 ( - "A. - t?2fe .... V The Fruit. It h nrwTik'ml eertriiit Hint tlx pew;h InuW lii the WcMwotettHod ty the recent , hnl - freeze... ,TMc r Will Iroyc a coJipiUy to our people;, .who have conio to put up peachra,- fop. win tor't&H&l tost tfhat thoy mnj'.' Nc'iit .ly every, i winter, tle temperature, gets so cold to dostfoy the pench-buds; and that crop can no tongerbo I' depend ed trrf her, 1 Fruiterer" are scf-king i(W . plains to thwart the designs Of (ho frost king, and a philosophical fruit grower In Iowa has at last hi upon, the plan by which it can be mado eafy to raise a ?rop of pooches' every season. IJe sayg : . . I raised last season one bushel of choice peaches on one tree four years old. By the same method I have stx!ii onjfftroe Jn-'JSria ;bemring fruit; ycy year ror ten years. Any one can no the same by strictly following t hew di rections, viz: When quite younjj, set theatres ) in tJiq grouiHli wkh- nj-l; f V roora nni...

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. — 29 March 1866

3 :J), torJuVti:. A'&KUJiF: ai;:.:iH?. .... , i 'i. 1 1 r " Vol. 29 No. 49. Hillsborough, Highland County Ohibf Tliurd.y; 3JarcIi S9, I860. . .it. Whole; No. 1557. TV, CM IP THE HIGHLAND fEEEY NEWS; ! Devoted to News. Literature, Politics . Agriculture, and the Interests of Highland County. OLDEITAPErTnTIIB COUNTY. J. L. BOa'bDMAH, BDITOR AND r-ROl'BIETOR. OF riCE Main Rt. north aide, econ1 door eaat of Uigli, ...... iiaariv oppoait the Post Office. MAIL. SUBSCRIBERS. Blnn'leeor.y, one ymr 'i " " 0 month.... . , I 00 " " 8 mom he "0 ' fear Pavment Invariably in advan..e. No paper aunt I., mull lonarar than the lima paid for. "VV ar An axtr eopf will r. aenl gratia, fur every club of Tin aubtcrlbert at too aiiove rate. TOWN SUBSCHIBERS. To Subacrllwr In nillatioro and vicinity, the N.w will be urnmotlv dfllvered liv Carrti-r, or at the I'oet Offlaa.ar.offlca of mibllration. on tilt following: termi la advance, or within 1 month - .1 1 00 At the end nf A month. 11 1f At tilt end o...

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 March 1866

IIILUSlMltOi:JMf OHIO t Thursday, - 1 - Mar. 23, 1866. - Another Veto! ' Tlio rrcstticnt, yesterday '(Turmlay) K'fiiihod the nyil IUKhts Bill Jo tlie tVjh, with his 1j!c-tioiiH. He ws he rcgiirdtt It h unconstitutional, ami tending1 to a' tlanj'crous conlrnUzatioit ht jrowor ,ln. the Genentf, Govcrniirvnt. llt hIho whjwts to the niraHurq.as unr wiw niid " inexfx-diont " In-thfl'fTesr out eondltron of the country.' ' '" ' ' " 'For pome duys after tho tilt .wiu sent to theVrfPidcnt, hopes were enter- taincd In Washington that lio would approve It, but for tho last fe.w days, the Veto has been generally exrKcte(t. It will course of. occasion considerable excitement, though less than that cause! hy tlio former Veto.' People are gutting " u:ed to It," and can stand it iK-tter. '." ' . TlitvMownjro. was read in the Senate on Tuesday afternoon, nnd its further con.Hldemtlon ixwtpoiK-d until Wwlnes day. Washington dispatches to the Cincinnati Gazette say that it was con .fidently expected t...

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 March 1866

Wants, Sale, For Wants, Sale, For Rent, &c. . lAdnrthjsments ere Iniortsd nnd,er thU lie4 si th following mini: , , , . Inkle Insertion. 10 cents per linn, of words. CmIi n advance, Kech additional Insertion, ".cents per line. J4o advertisement Iniertrd for less than 25 cents. WANTED CARPENTERS Three flood Curpentere-Mmmedtstely. None others lied apply. niar2uw3 8HINN MARTIN. Illllsl.orn, Ohio. WANTED GIRL A good Girl, thnt umlxmtftn In cookfnc unit honw-work In fri)ftr1, niirl Mhl nit to find ft permanent horn a In the country, tl mll' dlntunt from town, will rtt. wHIto Apply to N. W., Box '2TM, Hiiuimro, O. nmri'Kf VOR SALE WORK HORSE A -- good Work Horse, suitable for Farm. Apply Immediately, to O. J. KPKl.tT, merOTlf Hillsboro, O. l?oa SALE FAR SIS A Farm of 17 men of (fw1 Und. for nhIa, A mile mirth of lliltiboro, on Clo.tr Crwlc; will be aold low on afj lnymntii, A I (to A w1l ImprnVfd Farm of 14fl or ft iptm, ?l or 4 mllM wt of llilUburu. Piiweiai'nn i?.vti I in mM lately...

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. — 29 March 1866

Farmer's Department. Tapping Maple Trees. Our lAmUrl Co.' comfipotHlont, Kms Uw, M rlting to the ltunil American Buys, tupping innplo trots should al ways be done with an Inch and a quarter aufjor, and the cut nho:ld not lo over one-fourth of an Inch deep In the wood. Sheet iron spiles should tie used, two inches wide. Tho ad vantage of thla is, tha wound will en tirely heal over, and the flow of sap will be much greater, for the principal part of tho sap flows through the wood immediately beneath the bark of the tree. . ,A neighbor of mine who has tapped his sugar trees for more than 30 years, has followed this method. He has al ways made a wonderful amount of sugar per tree, and his maples are now in vigorous condition. Not long Bine I ffctW one of his trees cut down, and at tho base where the tapping had been do'io, the tree was sound, a com plete gnarl being formed, and so tough that It was Impossible t split it stove wood length. I cut a tree on my farm this winter that had bee...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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