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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 5 April 1866

r .. . - i -if- - tva L ' : '"' fl ' ' ::. ". t x t i t i j it Vm, lift JbariMMV tt1 ' -...ifi.l I -i . t i if 'v... . ill iitml I ,. i f stjjta 1 Vol. 29 No. 50. Hillsboroiigli, Ilighlainl County, Ohio, Tliurdtiy, April 5,j 180C. Whole No. 1558. ' ' " ' I THE HIGHLAND WEEKLY HEWS; Devoted to News, Literature, Politico , Agriculture, and the Interests of Highland County. OLDEST j?A$ER IN T1TE COUNTY. J. I. BOARDM AN, ElllTOB AND ritOPRIETOn. OFFICE Main St. Iinrtli aloe, serend door eaat of lllgli, baariy nnuoslto tlio Post Ofllce. t .OCXIIi SUB S -C EIBEB8. .ftlfialeeop, one tsar. ,.... i..,.i.(i i " ' n nwntlts.... ...,..,,.,....,...... ,i 00 ,? " Saionih .,..u. . .f,o a naymeiit Invnrinlily In advance. No Hiporeeat ty mull longer tlmn the time paid for. "&it sT" A eitra ouy will l Mint trails, fur ever; club of Tin sul.scrll.ers at Ihu above ralos. " TOWN 8XJDSCHIBERS. To Pnhftcrllwri In Itillnhorn Ami vlrinif y, lh Nrwd will km promptly Mf rprcd hy Onrrh-r, r nt tha trl OfTW...

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 April 1866

iiii.TjsitonouoiffvOiiio t - or - t-- V .- , t -i r V5 -.i?-''Jr - -T Effects of Early Training. Tho editor of the. Highland Demo crat, alluding td the recent defaleatwn of Mr. Itittenhouse, the tTrosuror 6F lioss county, says in hia last U$ . Th: Treasurer was a. .blatant parti nan of tho . Abolition stripo, who thought it no harm to appropriate the money to his own use, so: long as lie was " loyal." nnl abused the "Cop.wr heads" lustily. . Tie ought to bo IntUe IVnitentiarjvor Home other "bastue.' Our nHehbor, in the excess of his virtuous' indignation, forgot, perhaps, to mcnUon, one' JUtle fact connected with t.hoi; ;caxoi ofJfcr.-. Riucnliqiise which' placer. It In - a .rather different light. 1 lid whs: until - two" or three years ago,' & peinoctrit 'of the ,:ptrifltcst secta "blatant'' M bcll-wdjier '., ofj the J)emocratte foldi Ilis.fiitUer walso a ;Democmt, and was elected to ; tho TiOglslaturo by thitt narfy."' It'thns'np- -V... . a 1. .4 "ii:''i..r.J.1ii:-.- IT1 .. .....

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 April 1866

Wants, For Sale, For Ilcnt,&c. ftfl I . . - ' " eVerAdvertlsemants sre Inserted under thU head SI the following ratest ' 'tingle Insrlron, 10 cnl per Una, of 1 worde. OMb B advance. Hack additional Insertion, 8 cents pe' 'In. Ho advertisement Insorted tor less than US cents. L'OR SALE SWEET POTATO JL HOOTS 4 mil" northeast of lllllahnro. Thine wanting, call Immediately, before foreign orders are tilled will have sums in llillsboro, Saturday the 7th. (apftl J. O. UAIINKTT. ron SALE FRUIT TREES Choice - - Apple Trees, ronr yn nin, tn prune conaitton for tailing ant, of the fullnwlng varieties i -Trenton Karly, ; Oaudeld, Hpllsenlierg, Michael flenry ripplo, Black Apple, P!arly Joe, ; Wlneaap, Ilr. Pewlttt. Rembo, riennnt, RomeM-anty, Summer Otteett, Tnliwihiw-Ven, Winter Pearmain, White Pippin, nillin.iwer, Milam, tlaiilrn's Blush. Early Harvest, TERMS Fifteen Cents each, for any number lew than one hundred ; and a rre.llt of nix montha, with note and security, for any sum over te...

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 April 1866

Farmer's Department. Cultivation of the Strawberry. Mtt. MttfEiu An the season for transplanting all kinds of troes find plantfl wilt eoort come here, I propose to give a few hints on the culture of the strawberry, having made some ot nervations on the best mode of culture of this delicious And profitable fruit, "the ground should bo thoroughly pre pared as for other crops 5 if not rluli it should be made so by manuring. The rows should be market! four foet apart and the plants from 12 to 16 inches iu the rows, and these bods or rows, can 1)6 kept clean, and the fruit ran be gathered without setting the feet upon them. The season for planting depends upon circumstances. It may be done with safety from the time the plants begin to crow in the spring, until they are in blowout ; and again in the fail, from the time the young plants amsuffleiently rooted, tin tilt he freez ing of the ground. It is well, how ever, to plant at a time when the plants will at once commence growing: If, pla...

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. — 12 April 1866

TTJ.iL'. TTA'AL .1 ' -!- A" J... I.."1 " Vol. 29 No. 51. Hillsborough, Highland County, Ohio, Thursday, April 12, ... - 180. Whole No. THE HIGHLAND WEEKLY HEffS Devoted to News, Li terature, Pol itics Agriculture, ana tne Interests of mgniana uounty. OLDE3TPAPERINTI1E COUNTY. 1. L. BOARDMAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR OF KICK Main St. north side, second door nul of Illgli nearly oppoelte the Pt Odlct. . ; mail subscribers;: single copy, one year .... ...... no " ' (I months..... ......1 00 " " 8 months so syeV" Payment Invariably in adviiin-e. No neper eeut by mail longer than the lime paid for. "V. at eV An extra rviy will he sent gratis, for efery club ui Ta luuKriuori at nie anove run, TOWN SUBSCRIBERS. To Subscribers In Hillshoro anil (trinity, the Niwe win im promptly ucllieretl by Carrier, or at tha Hunt Office or office of publication, on the following term. : la advance, or within 1 month ',i (K) At the end of months 2 oft At the eul of the year g fto Advance pavmcnt preferred In...

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. — 12 April 1866

IIILIsSnOIlOlICaH, OHIO I Thursday, April 12, 18G0. The Legislature Adjourned last Friday, after a session of 96 days, being about eleven days less than the averago of tho sessions for ten years post. A good many laws of local Interest wero passed, as well as many general laws. The adjourn ment was to tho first Monday In Jan uary next. The Civil Rights Bill Passed over the President's Veto. The Civil Rights bill Is a law, the President's Veto "to the contrary not withstanding." Tho bill parsed the Senate last Friday, by a vote of 33 to 15 more than the required two-thirds Senator Morgan of New York, who voted to sustain tho first Veto, voted against the second, and received the warm congratulations of his Union friends. Tho excitement in the Senate on the passage of the bill is said to have exceeded anything ever witnessed in, that body. In the House, the bill was taken up MV Monday fast, and passed by yeas 122", nays 41 every Republican mem bet voting yea, except Raymond of New Yor...

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. — 12 April 1866

Wants, For Sale, For lent, ilc. Advertisements art Inserted tinder this head t tb following rates: Bingia Insertion, 10 cents per line, of words, Cash la advance, Each addition! Insertion, 0 cent per )ln. Mo advertisement inserted for less than 28 cent!. 1?0R 8AM3-FUUIT TREES-f holce Apple Trees, fonr years old. In prim couditloo for setting out, of the following fnrlntlo : Trenton Early, Canfleld, Sliltsenherg, Mlcheel Henry I'lppln, II I ark Apple, Karl? Joe, Wlnesap, Ir. Dewttt, Hembo, Early Harvest, Fennnl, Rome II nty, Summer o.ueen, Tulpeboi-ken, Winter Pearmaln, Wliti Pippin, (IllllOower, Milam, Maiden's Blush. TERMS Fifteen Centu each, for any nnmher lees than one hundred ; and a credit nf six months, with note and security, for any sum over ten dollars. If pre ferred. A suitable deduction fur Inrger numbete. Enquire at tha residence of WM, 0. COLLINS, nilliboro, April 8, 1WH1. ap8:t lOR SALE A GREIT ltU(iIM I will sell tli larR-a Thrw-Stor.r corner Brick ttntlrllnff, well k...

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. — 12 April 1866

Farmer's Department. Shall We Eat Pork? A fonrful malady lins been prevail ing In tJormnny, nrlsing, ly the united tofitlmony of nil who hrtvo Investigated the matter, from entlng pork. ThlA epidemic is called Trichinosis from the trichina, a parasitic nninial found in the swine's ilmh. Theso Insect, siiys the Itiiltimore Hun, are of bo small a size as' to be Invisible to the naked eye, and beinflr hardly so thick as a human hair, easily work their way Into the tissue of the. flesh, muscles and nerves, producing terriblo ajrnny and certain death. At a small village in Germany, the mortality was dreadful, and it M as stated In a letter from a physician, tliat at the time of writing upwards of three hundred patients were awaiting death, which they knew to bo inevita ble, a prey to fearful sufferings. Many Inhabitants at the outset had taken to flight In order to escape from what they considered the cholera, only to fall uown on the roals nnu expire without relief. From the observation...

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. — 19 April 1866

-' -, l' , Vol. 29-J$p, 52 Ilillsborougli, Highland County, Ohio, Thursday, April W, 1800. Whole No. 1500. Tl THE HIGHLAHB WEEKLY NEWS; Devoted to News, Literature.Politics. Agriculture, and the Interests of Highland. County. OLDE3TPAPERIN TIIE COUNTY. i.lL. BQAJiiiA,i'r()m and rnbrn . . . i . i OFFICE Muln St. north side, second door cut of High, beany opposite trie rost utile. MAIL S 8 1 net oopy. oh. yoai r'......V.....r.......i..,.. ' ' ( on 4 " " 3 mnntns W Payment liivurlKlilv In advance. ..no No paper Mint liy mull longer man me nine paiu lor. mm . aar An extra copy will be sent gratis, for .very cluD of tbn subscribers at the above rate. ; will be promptly dfllTrrd hy Ciirrifr, or at the Font Ufflce or nfflre of lnl1lrAtlon. on the follow Itta term l In ndvunce.or within 1 month 92 N At the end of 6 month.... m. ....... I. ,fc,.-..0 IM At the end of the Tear .. ...;. ...3 fiO AdTunre payment prrlrrir1 In all nVflr". Puo erritwri will he not. fled of th explrKtlnrt of Ihc(rtl...

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. — 19 April 1866

IIILLSUOKOK.IE, OHIO I X Thursday, April 19, 18G6. Ohio Soldiers' Home. Tho Legislature reconsidered the fic tion out ho Soldiers' Home Bill nnd panned It, appropriating $73,000 far its support. That was right. ' Tho bill, as passed, provides for the appointment ly the Governor, with .advieo and ec-twent of the Senntc, of Jive Trustees, to hold office one year. Thfy may appoint a Superintendent and burgeon, at tl,200 salary per year ench ; a Steward at (S00, a Matron at 400, Ae. ,All disabled and necessitous oldiers shrill be received and cared for. Union State Convention. At a Joint caucus of the Union State Central Cornmittee, and the Republi can members of tho General A.ften 'My, on the night of tho 2d lnat., It . was resolved to Issuo a call for the Union State Convention on the 20th f June. Many leading Union men of all shades of opinion, M'ere present, and they resolved to exhort tho people to stand uuited against nil efforts of the Copperheads to disunlto the great Union part...

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. — 19 April 1866

Wants, For Sale, For UrrAdvartltemanti ra Interted under thlt bead at tb following ratet: Single Intertlon, 10 centi per Una, of I word, Caen ta advance, . . Such additional Intertlon, 5 centt per '" Mo tdvertliement inierted for leu thn tt oente 170H SALE Tea acisc Lands at a 11 m anii vi f offer for enle. At l'' than half their ONR THl'rJANI ACRR8 Or KIRST-RATK FAIlMINU LANDS, oil of which ar of tlii beat qiml Itv peculiarly well adapted for all bloil or rrult nd einall Oraln. Part of Ilia treet le rich Prairie, at tine m any la Illinois Th Lend I lot all In one body, and extonde over mile on a rood Turnpike and tinge rond. ' It la eltneted In Cumberland county, only , mllM from Crotevlile, tba onnn'y teat. and 1 mile from Porno . .aapoet oflflca, my Nnraery and Fruit Farm. The cll , mat of three high tnble lande of the Cumberland range ' te celebrated for being ae pleaeant and healthful ae any In the world I will tell the whole of the abov. tract together, or dlvld. It Into Farm ...

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. — 19 April 1866

Farmer's Department. Farmer's Department. Dwarfing Pear Trees. T Tronilnont Nomologists claim for the dwarf pear tree that It fruits earlier, produces larger and better fruit, uud that wo can have more trees, and n larffrr variety on a given space of ground, than we would if wo were to plant standard. Tho points iUhivc named are ail correct, for many of us know it to 1)0 ho by cxperlenco. Tn dwarfing pear trees tho buds xhould always Ik? instated on hoiiio Htock which will not produce largo troos ; it is for this rea.Hon that the quince Htock is used to so great an extent by the nurserymen nt the present day. The reason that the quince stock is usetl in preference to all others is, that its roots uro more fibrous, furnishing a smaller amount of sap, and of course a smaller amount of wood growth, tho result be ing a dwarf tree. There are other modes of dwarfing fho pear, besides budding it on the quince stock, such as pinching and root pruning. By pinching and root prun ing, tho prop...

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. — 26 April 1866

Iff 51 No. 1. Ilillsboroiigh, Highland County, Ohio, Thursday, April '20, 180(1; Whole No. 1501. THE HIGHLAND WEEKLY NEWS; pevoto.1 to Nows, Literature?, Politics . Agriculture, and the Interests of nighlimd County, i .ij 0 LD E3 T P APE KIN TIIE COUNT"?. J. L. BOAKOMAV, KDITiiR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE Main St. tiortli side, second door east of High, lisarly npiositr th pH onloe. MA.JL SUBSOBIBEBS. 1 8 ngl copy, one year .. F 'J On . - , ' , . ' ft months... .-. . . 1 ! ? v - R months - n SO . 4- Sa7-Pavmsnt invariably In advance. No paper sent 1 tv mall longer than the lltn- paid for. " aw An extra copy will ha sent gratis, for .very olnh t subscriber at the above rale. TOWN SUBSCRIBERS. ; To Subscriber In Hlllslioro and vtrlnll y, the Nawa will h promptly delivered by Oarrier, nr at tha Pot Office or office of publication, on the following terms : I advance, or within 1 month (2 Oil At ilia and of 0 mouths..... 2 1 .a. AM he mil of Ilia year 2 to Advance payment preferred lo all ra...

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. — 26 April 1866

IHI,I-SllOUOlllI.OIIIO Thursday, J -.April 23, 18G0. . irrV XtfESe . " ta News Summary. nt'ii of Mftssacrixisotta hns doddod RgtUtwt the eight hour bill by very large tmyority. . Throe little boys wore killed in Boa ton, Saturday niRht, by-the tail of a :WiU In process of demolition, ; ' Manv a trwi. who Is proud to be a finArtermatter, has a wife at home who Id whole mastor. ." The Supreme Court of Massachusetts has decided that a revenue stamp in no prt of a note, nor does it aiiwt lt va Udity unless fraudulently omitted. ',: At ft rrlnterV festival recently, the YolWinir sentiment was offered "Woman second only to the press in the dissemination of news." . , iA.negbo was admitted as a witness In court at Indianapolis, on Hitturuay under the provlsiohs of the Civil Rights Law. , ; ' ! , The last of the hostile tribes bn'the plains have been paci Heated, and em! jrranta and trains can now proceed with out escort. . ' ' '; ', ' . ' The Democrats, at nn election In AVaukegnn, Wis., 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. — 26 April 1866

Wants;fFor Sale, For ,uf- f -: ' , WW Advertisement, ar Inserted ond,r thU need at h following rntee: , , ' f . Blnglo Insertion, 10 eenti per lias, of I word. .Ceeb r .' l dTBC. , . ', Each additional Insertion, cent, per Una. ' Me advertisement Inserted lor leae toeerrte.: T c Saturday, 21st OSTt Vlcttrlne I nat. n the pike ltn ntiisooro anni now n.i. . riirh Ylrtnrine. Tm nnmr win ne sun- ably rewarded bjr leaving the .erne at this office. apMw!r . WANTED lllllers and Mill Own ere to know that I am prepared to attach Spring fleering to Burro, and make silent mm-ilmr -Mills. This Improvement regulates all " Pcd Point' of Steam or Water Power by Over shot Whwh. If Von wlh to have thl Improvement, addreait MOORTC HOT,. CRN, Leesbnra:. Hlirhlnnfl Oo .Olilo. ,,,'jni.te YOrr.HI0r.IIKK? 0AI, A snprrl J or article, at 40 cents p.r bushel, at th Depot. ap'l , FAR SUiETf inesfe Lands t a BAROMN!-I off-r thr sale at Icathsn hslf their value, on THoi'sAvn Afnrn of FirtRV-riATit FAMIIrtO T.AN...

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. — 26 April 1866

Farmer's Department. i u AAiW t. Our Front Yard. '," '' Many poopfe fill up the yard tn front of the house with flowers of such bril liant hiif, that oiucUmcfrthecye ww rlca with the sight, I, too, love flow ers! nut what if I can t liavo our .grounds, laid out tn .'octagons and trl- anglea, circlce una . ha.l-cirv.ofy aim . filled with . flowers, like nome of my " tteMibortt WMt if the toots of the "tall',' shading maples, the dark Ut trees, " the mountalr. ash, the tamarack und the pines, with the- various kind of cherry trees, do Interlace and extend ' over the whole ground so as to pre clude all possibility of cultivating choice plants? If I cannot have both, give me those noble, , beautiful trees, rather than flowers alone. -Yet the yard is not entirely destitute of flow ers. Here Is a largo lilac, there a few dahlias, here a cluster of rose, and near by a hollyhock. There are morn tnj glories cUmbIn xiporj string, to the maple boughs j and the mountain fringe, sodoliQat. tunni...

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. — 3 May 1866

;) t, I ' V ' ' - " " " ' . - - - -" ' ' ' " ------ I Vol; 30-No. 2. Hillsborough, Highland County, Ohio, Thursday, May 3, 18CC. Whole No. 1502. THE HIGHLAND WEEK1TMWS; Pevoted to News, Li ter atu re , Pol itics , .Agriculture, and the Interests of K Highland County. , OLDEST PAPER IN THE COUNTY. J. L. BOABDMAN, EDITOR AND mOPftlETOR. 0 mCE Main St. north side, second door tiut of High, uaariy opposite the Pout Ofllce. rMCM32 U SC. 19.U. JKnl MAIL SUBSCRIBERS. SI ngle copy, on year t'l no ' "6 months... 1 no ' 3 months fin .sy Payment invariably iu advaine. No paper scut by mull lonarar than the time paid for. sr An extra copy will he twnt gratis, for every club tkn subecrllierB at tbe above rates. TOWN SXJBSCRIBERS. To ffnbrwrltwri In HI IIMu.ro uni vicinity, the Nnwa 111 lw (trnmptly dollvfirM hy Cnrrlfr, or nt the INwt Office or office of pnbllrAtlon, on the following term: la Advance, nr within 1 month 92 00 At the end ef 6 months... 8 2A , .At the end nf the year.. 9 W MT ArWnn...

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. — 3 May 1866

pg&Ianb l$tos. IIILLSIlOROIJfalf OHIO I Thursday, - - May 3, 1866. 9 .IP! News Summary. Th Union State Convention Is to bp kld 1 ColumbuH, on Wednesday, Juno SOlb. Teamsters out of work re burning tanks nd ear loaded with oil at Schaffer, Inn aylvanla. They destroyed a thousand barrels the other day. The freedmen of Memphis have sob oribsxl, under General Flak's annllnry or dr, the mim of ten thousand dollar to eroct a hospital for their own use. A larfre meet) jg to celebrate the nnssnge of the Civil Right Bill was held at Jack sonville, Illinois, on Saturday Gunoral Oglesby spoke for two hours. General Dnnlet E. Sicklos h.i been nom inated a Minister to the lloirno, vice Joseph Pike, resigned. The salary at Uchod to the office Is 17,500 per yt-nr. President Johnson has sr-nt a messnic to Congress, recommending a modincution f the test oath passed In lsfii In the contested eloetion ease from -the th Now York Congressional District, of n rooks and Dodge, the House diHldml iu fav...

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. — 3 May 1866

Wants, For Sale, Far r; ttcnt,&c. u"Adf ertlieroeote ara Inierted ander thu head a the following ratee: ' ' 7 A .' Single Ineertlon, 10 oente per Una, of t word Caab la advance. Each additional TnMrtlon, S oente por Una. ' No advancement Inearted for Inn than It emti. WANTED! TO BORROW ! 13000 For one or two feare, at S por ont. Intereat, eenred or mortgage n good "n'n,f,',n,brMl. T"m" property. Addreee A. B., through Hllleborongh P. 0. my 3, w-i. PUBLIC SALE-HORSES, COW, HOGS, "Ao. I will eoll, mjr farm, 1 mile ent of If Ilia, boro, on tho Marshall Hood, on fcitiirdn.v, May A, at pnblte eale, two good Maraa with Ami, 1 Cow, and 11 wr to good atork Hoc. , Terma eaah, or abort tlm. 8. D. OARMAK. aplw3 WANTED -MHlrrs and Mill Own ara t know that I am prepared to attach Spring Gearing to Bnrra, and make el lent rnnnihg Milla. Tlila Improvement regnlataa nil 11 D-ad Polnta' of Bream or Water Power by Over-eliot Wheel, if Ton wlh to have thla Improvement, nddreea MOORE Hoi. DRf, Leee...

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. — 3 May 1866

Farmer's Department. How to Make Manure. Ecry furmrr BhouUl hnvo a good yard oonnocteil with Ms stublo, aud It tthould bo covered to the depth of six Inches or more In the fall, with swamp muck, leaves, or turf, which by laying In the yard during the winter, and being mixed with the droppings of the cattle, will In the spring be as good as common barnyard manure. The far mer's hogs should bo kept nt work making manure, for they will work diligently, if occasionally they are en couraged with a little corn and other grain. Every animal that the farmer has should be mauo to assist in adding to tho manure heap. Farmers who continually secure all the manure they can, u-io It discreetly; and exercise be coming economy, with the ordinary blessing of Him who rewards the dili gent, will soon be able to live in af fluence and enjoy the apollation of .be ing called the "nobility of America," gained by their skill with tho plow, and their success in producing bread A. KING. Americus, Georgia. R...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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