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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 10 May 1866

Vol. 30 No. 3. Hillsborough, Highland County, Ohio, Thursday, May 10, 18G0. Wliolc No. 1503. THE HIGHLAND WEEKLY NEWS; pevotel to News. Literature, Politics . Agriculturo, and the Interests of Highland County. , OLDEST F APERIN TIIE COUNTY. J. L. DOARPMiN, EDITUB AND PROrRIETOB. OriTICI MalnSt. north side, ecnni1 nnor east of nigh, beany opposite th Post OHloe, . - MAIL SUB8CRIBEBS. lagl.top, one rear M 00 : " ' months 1 01 " - 8 months M Payment invariably In aitvanra. No paper sent tv mall lunr limn the time paid fir. str An eatra copy will la sent irrmlls, fur .very club o Tin subscribers at the bov rate. TOWN SUBSCRIBERS. To Bnhacrllier. In Hlllshoro and vicinity, the Nr.wa III lw promptly delivered liy 0arri"r, or at th Poet OHIo or nlBce of publication, on tb. fu I limine; term l la advance, nr within 1 month $2 00 At the end of months.... i At th end of th year 9 AO sT" Adrano paymnt preferred In all cases, (tub t.'rltmr will be notified f the expiration of their time ly a cr...

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. — 10 May 1866

iiiliaiioiUkuu, oiiio i Thursday, - .Hlay 10, 18G6. News Summary. Tho TUcont ruction Committee hus nul mltted to:)i)?riM nil tlie iviiiiitiiing ttwtl niony. Thf pntlrv nmonfit is to be printed t t iico, making nevernl litrjje voltiiiH.it. R 3. W. TfciheHstmsWn plectod bish op of Monrovia. Afrlrn. !T In ft brother of tho nrst rrwlilent or the Kojittbllo, now Ciiamt'llor of the College of LHktIh, Plnr-ati-lir-, from Wrishlnvrton announce tlmt tho Ntnte rfWMirtniont hm refwlvtwl mt- mining from Kurono thnt the lifllultie bi'twptm I'rtiwiu unci Austria, will be peace fully adjusted. , .1 .tn the Ohio vntvtM election ense be tween Kollett vn. Delano, in tho Knox Dis trict, the Committee of Election hit re ported tinnnltnoiinl v In favorof Mr. IMano, tho MMinu; member. ' The whent crons In lOiistr-rn Ahliamu nnd Northern Oeorglu nro euld to bu very Iroitiininp. A mulch rneeenme otT leMweon two com jKisitorM, 11 few diivs ir, lit town City. . A. Jt Kenny, of the low City Ire, nnd . It. lie...

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. — 10 May 1866

i4iwfn Wants, For Sale, For v,. Ucnt,ac. ( r Usr Advertisement, are Inserted under this head at th following rates: j ... . Wngl Insertion, 10 cents per line, of I wordi. CmIi la advance. Kaeh additional fnmrtlnn, t eentf par Una. No advertisement Inserted for lesa then M cent. T70R SILK HORSES A pood W ork 1' How. Mare nd Oult, for ulirtnn. Inquire of mylnwt y. SANK Hlll.horn. WASTED! TO BORROW ! (3000 K'T on r two yn, at 8 per cMit. 1ntrrRt. r,irt4 by niortjraa on good onlnniimherwl Town property. Adrireit A. B.t through liillnburoitfh P. O. WANTED Millers and Own ers In know that I am prepared to attach Spring Gearing to Burra, and Kink ailr-nt running Mills. Thin Improvement regulate nil "Dead Point"" of Steam nr Water Power by Over-shot Whil. If roo wl.h to have this Improve mxnt, addrael MOO HE HOL. DKV.Leeaburg, Highland Co., Ohio. ap2(iwl yOlGniOGHRXY COAL A snpcrl nr rticlt, at 40 oeuti pjr luibj1, at tha Pc(kC. MR SILE Tc nesee Lnnds at a . BAROAIN1 I offer for an), lit le...

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. — 10 May 1866

Opinions of Soldiers. The following are among the reso lution adoptod at the soldiers' meeting at Washington i ' - 1 ' - -' ' Itctoleed, That we fully concur in the often-reixMtod doclamtion of the l'nstdent of the United States "that trawion la a crime and ought to be pun ched ;" and we have , bVen waiting most patiently for a practical applica tion of the principle to the leaders of the rebellion. Itetolved, That this meeting, com posed as it is of soldiers and Bailors who have struggled against the hercu lean effort to subvert our institutions and destroy the precious Jewel of civil liberty, desire to unite in bearing testi mony against the horrid atrocities of the leaders of the late so-called Con federate States and army j that its head and front, Jefferson Davis, should be held up to the execration of all per sons of all nations who are imbued with the principles of Christianity and common humanity ; and that he should be arraigned, tried, and If found guilty, suffer the extre...

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. — 17 May 1866

Vol. 30 No. 4. Hillsborough, Highland County, Ohio, Thursday, May 17, 1866 Whole No. 1504. THE HIGHLAND WEEKLY NEWS; Devoted to News.Literature.Politics. Agriculture and the Interests of Highland County. OLDESTPAPERIN THE COUNTY. J. L. BOARDMAN, EDITOR ASD PROPRIETOR. OFFICE Main St. north side, eecnnd door east of High, early opposite the Poet Ollke. MAIL SUBSCRIBERS. Single copy, one yonr M 2 00 " " 6 months M 1 00 3 month ... ftO V Payment Invarlnlily In tulvMioe. No mper tosnt by mnil lotiftnr than th tint paid for. " MT" An extra copy will l lent gratia, for every club O TEN subscrlbert At the above rates. TOWN SUBSCRIBERS. To Subscrllwrs In Hlllfiboro and vicinity, thn Kr.ws will be promptly delivered by Carrier, or at the Font Office or office of publication, on the following terms : Ir advance, or within I month .$2 AO At the end of 6 months , 'i 2ft At the end of the veer 2 AO Advance payment preferred In all ennea. 8ub e.irlberg will bo notified of the expiration of their ...

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. — 17 May 1866

&je pgjjlanb $(ctos. IIILLSItOROVCllf, OHIO I Thursday, May 17, 18CG. ft VM?S News Summary. The PreMont has Ismicd Veto- No. 3. ThU time It itlt bill for the admission of Colorado, which fail to commend Itself to tlto rretsldontliU wimloun The Ttiirtnwntl Time f a late date any, that the Wheat crop in Vlrirlnla will not be one-thinl an averngtt yield. The Atlanta (Geo.) Intelligencer of the 8th aaya, that a new insect ha appeared in Jhe Wheat field in Carroll county, which destroys the blades f the plant, and Is pro ducing and havoc A mad dog bit a little girl in Inrtinnn po ll Ia.t week. The dog was immediately killed, as well as several othor dogs which Le had bitten. Mr. Jo(T. Davis recently visited Korfolk to get groceries, Ac, and the people show ered upon her presents of all kinds and sent her the choieent bouquets. Antoino Probst, murderer of the Peering family, was sentenced to be hanged', at Philadelpbla, on Friday, the 8th of June next. The latent news from Europe look...

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. — 17 May 1866

Wants, For Sale, For Rent, &c. eAyAdvartiaeinanta are Inserted under thla bend at the following rite.; SIiihIo lninrdou, 10 renti ier line, of ( wurde. Cash 111 advance, Asi additional In'-rllon, (I cents nr line. .i eiltnrilam -til lnerlcil tor ! Hum in centa 1 nil Jill' ii nit IN A frond Work llnr. SI .! end Cult, for mile rh tt.nulre of tmll4 ?,n., nill.noro ANTRIM -10 BORROW 1000 ivn Ter( at fl ir rpnt. lit"nat, M,ir1 hy mori-atta on rood unlnitnihcnd Town pn-jn-rfT Addr A. B., through llill-l niiah P. O, tn ft, wl. WA1MTEI' I?0R 8II1E Ti ofs fe Lands at a ' BARfJAINI t or for sale, al Icsathan tvilf their value. ONK THOI'HANM Af'KK.S OK KIHST-HATR FAllMlNO LAND-, all nf which lira (if tits ht qual ity, peculiarly wall adapted for all Mud. of Fruit and email Grain. Part nf the tract la rich Prairie, aa fine ee any In llllnola. The Land Una all In on body, and eateuds over a mlla on a (rood Turnpike and stage mad. It li eltaated In Cumberland county, only 4'-$ tnllee from Oro...

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. — 17 May 1866

Farmer's Department. Why not have Strawberries? Itomlor, did you ever find man, womnn or child who did not pronouneo strawbrtr- rlcs "very good?" And why should not every farmer havo this very good fruit ? The troublo of cultivation is really llttlo more than that attending the proper cultl atlon of currants. Now Is the time for preparing a bed so listen to the talk of a practical gardener, and then prepare the ground and put In your plants i Strawberries are claxaod as pistillate, ntnnilnitte ami hcrmnphrodito. When planting, three thing should bo borne In mind. First, no piotillate or femnle plant will produce perfect fruit if kept separate from staminnte varieties ; second, that no Dtainlnate or nialo varieties can be depend d on whfn kept alone f and third, that herntrtphrodites, or those having stamens and piatlls on the sumo plant, are the only ones to be depended upon when planted alone. " Fonr thlncr are essential to success In rnlsing straw lorries, vi : select good va riet...

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. — 24 May 1866

; ' Vol. 30 No. 5.- Hillsborough, Highland County, Ohio, Thursday, May 24, 18C6. Whole No. 15G5. THE HIGHLAND WEEKLY NEWS; pevoto Ho No-7S.Litoratur3,Folltics, Agriculture, and the Interosts of Highland County. OLDEST PAPERINTIIE COUNTY. J. t. BOARDMAN, til ITn II AND ritOrniETOR. OFFICE Wain St. north hh', neronr) door cant of FJIgli, nearly opposite the I-oat Oillce. MAIL SUBSCRIBEBB. I: nfrtecnpr, one rear ..... I1 ' " (tmnniln... ... 1 W) ' 8 niontlie..... - nft WW ravment Inrarlably in adeem-.. Sn paper nt t mull lnnjrr.r thn the tlm paid for. r An extra cnoy will be unit gratia, for every clnb 0 TIN euliacrluore at the abor. rat. TOWN SUBSCRIBERS. To Knbacrltwr. In nillabnrn n. elrlnlty, the Nawa III lx irnniitly delivered by Carrier, or at the Poat OHlce or officii of iiiilillratlmi, "in tlio following tcrnn : In advance, up wllliln 1 month.'. 92 00 At tlieml of R nmnthe.... 2 ?6 At the i-ml of th year. !i 60 ear Advance payment preferred In hII cimce. Hub- rlhcre will h nntl...

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. — 24 May 1866

IIILLSIIOROUMII, OHIOt Thursday, - - May 21, 18C3. News Summary. Tho lutwt ailvlcvs from Arizona, pnu nounce the reported ninswirro at l'ort (iixxlwin without foundation. Governor Cummtnprs, of Cilormli, cfllelo 8urw'riitttli'nt of lmlinti Affair, lm nrrixoil Iti WanhinKton t'ity, and r portn thst perfect quirt has) onif more U'in restored on the pluhm, along tho old emi grant route, Tlin Picayune thinks thiit tho ricprro pop ulation of Npw Orleans in now three or finr times larger than it was previous tho war.'' The Stato Department hn rereived ad vices tliat the cattle ilairne in rapidly on the diK-maae In England, and that there Is no cholera In that country. The famous trottinfc hore, Pexter, wit reeontlv sold bv auction on Union Course, Long Island, for $H,(H)0, Tho New York Tribune fools up the bmk swindling and embezzlements from Mar. ISftf, to Mar, IHflO, at about $1,164,000, besides .1. 172.000 or what it full "vulgar and violent roblxrlos." The first enso of a eolored witn...

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. — 24 May 1866

Wants, For Sale, For Rcnt,&c. Mr-Adtertlsaniont ar. Inserted nnder thle head at Iks following ratet! tingle InHrtlon, 10 rant per lln. of I words. Cash la advance, Kteh additional Insertion, n cents per lint. No artecTilf.Tient Inserted tor let. ibn ?1 cents. ii:u Accent' every tar and iil'l ' f" '' "p ' era At.vc aal-iry or lars . ..... I,1n.- i.M In !' I Ml' 110. whl h in"" li-cl.'! to " (,r irr Hit'. .Stiff if cheap tnni-lilm " '' i."i-:7- f Klil- t.r re I .a'. waul to mil our ln- ri- w klndt. tin V,rrM..'t II v ,...i l.- I .Id. "Mo. 4 f,.r . .. t!,t, Ulr-Vr t. IC.oii. it'I .'.i;.'i-,tfr. Alt oll.i.r an-l t lit seller ni nffr are iwMe (' ."ret, .no iind niinrjeieiiiea llllltfrated circulars sent i ce. Addri'M.nt call m ou fllinn I'l.rk. t lltitilcf.irrt, Maine, or I'ltlciit i, M. mv21ltw1' &(( A Al.KTS wanted tii (W fir , etit,rr,'J ne'e nrltciat. jnt nil. Addles rnt'-tlta!) ii r. : UIKY, City Huli.lir,-, Blddefitnl, M. Somf thine; 'ew awl Vote I for Uepts, Peddlers. Coun...

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. — 24 May 1866

Farmer's Department. [From the Ohio Farmer. Docking Lambs. 1 will jrivo what I consider the best w:ty to dock lambs, mkI prevent them searine. I use ar Iron similar to a soldering iron, fany blacksmith can make onq) with the shank twenty lnch lotijf, with a wooden handle to take hold of. For heatinir. use chips or cobs, put them in a small kct tlo and make it safe by covering it mostly over with an iron lid or flat stone. It is necessary to have the iron very hot, so that the work may be done instantly. In the first place, I drive a stake in the ground, four Inches square, smooth at the top, leaving it six inches high The one that holds the lamb should get on his knees, holding the lamb in his arms, and set it on the stake. The operator to use a butcher knifo place tho knlfb square ncrot-s the tail in the widest placera light stroke with a hammer severs it at onee,.then' apply the iron and the work is done. They can bo docked at any ago and they will gaunt but little,, and to all ap...

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. — 31 May 1866

1 ' ' ' ' Vol. 30 No. C Hillsborough, Highland County, Ohio, Thursday, May 31, 18CC. Whole No. 1500. THE HIGHLAND WEEKLY NEWS; Demoted to News.Literaturo.Politics, Agriculture, and the Interests of Highland County. OLDEST PAPERIN THE COUNTY. t. L. BOABDMAS, EDITOR AND PROrRIETOB. OfriCK Main St. north ldc, second door cut of High, beany opposite the Pot Omo. MAIL SUBSCRIBERS. I sgle copy, on year ..... W 0 ' 6 mnnthi .. 1 " " S month - BW Payment Invariably In advance. No paper aunt b mull longer than the tlm paid no". " An trn cni.y will be sent itratli, fur .v.ry club tin subscriber at the above rale. TOWN SUBSCRIBERS. To Subscriber In lllllnhnro and vir-lnlty, the N.w will Iw promptly d'-tivered by Carrier, or at the Pot Cffloe or office of publication, on the following termi : fc.-V '.irvow4,ajvlMilo.4 oull.....ryiu;:...11.... .! 00 Atlhe end of 1 month wTT!!::.TSV.t..t n At the end of th year on " Advance payment preferred In nil case. 8ub r-rlbur will he notified of the expira...

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. — 31 May 1866

IIIM.SMOItOlCJJI," OHIO! Thursday, v May SI, 18C6. News Summary. Great military activity la reported from Italv. Volunteora are being received into the trmv for one year a aorvlco. A oval decree haa been lenued ordering the formation of a volunteer cerpa of twen ty balUlllons, urulur oommand of Garibal it. .... Chaiincr Rose, of Terre TIaut. Ia., has rooently siven his family ponnootioiiB Ml,2o,, and benevolent institutions $043, 000 making In all the lum of $787,255. Col. Sl'ooj the radical post master at Cairo, Ills., has been removed, and Col. 'Jrahamt announced as bis successor. The knife la operating. According to report of thrt speech by John Bright, In-support. of the FreeUnwn's Aid Fund, In London, on the 20th ult 80.000 had been sent to Exeter Hall fur that purpose, and more was on the way. The Detroit (Mich.) Post snys Gem Cos la steadily improving in health, notwith standing the reports to the eouUrary.. Donplas Grant; a son of OormrnJ Grant ,has beon appointed cadet at W...

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. — 31 May 1866

Want s,lFpr Sale, For Uciitj&c. Adrartleeinent art Ineerlod under thla head at th following rate! . Single Ineertlon, 10 cents per lint, of I word. Cub In advance, Each additional Inertlon, S cent per Una. , Ha kdvertleenient Ineerted for than 28 cent. 1 fAfl fllf n V nrf ameer a .J un o.itjb .TiiiiUn tun .1 gouu Milch Cow fur tale. Apply at htla office. mrSltf WASTED-Miri.ll C01F--A Rood Milch Cow wanted Immediately. Apply to my.lltl m. BUCK, lllllahoru, 0. 1,'OH SU-F-.l GOOD FItCSIl MILCH J 0iW Apply tuun to tha aunacrll er, two mllee writ of Illllaboro. BAMUA'b UKNTO.N. mv.HwH OTRlVED--mitF On VTcdnesdiy -J night, 2:ld lint., rrnm my r.atnro, on llardlii'a Creek, 8 mile amilh of I,eol,nrg, a DARK BAY MAKE, S veare old, almut 14 hetnle high, a email white star In her forehead, and one white foot I ehlnd; maika of gire wh-re ahe had liw workvd. A lliier.l reward will be paid for her return or fur any lufotnia tlon leading to bar recovery. v ' JACOB TOMPKINS, my31w3 Lanabnrg P. ...

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. — 31 May 1866

Farmer's Department. A Great Farmer's Maxims. We have already made a notice of a discourse by B?v. L. M. Olover, D. D., JAcksonvllle, Illinois, on the death of Mr. Jacob Straun, who was spoken of m the "Great American Farmer," who died in Jacksonville, Illinois, in Au rnstlast. His blopnrapher has recorded many excellent characteristics of this distinguished farmer, who has met with profit success in all his business operations, which is attributed chiefly to the following maxims, which we copy for the benefit of thoso fanners who are somewhat tardy in forming the operations of the farm t When you wake up do not roll over, but roll out. It will give you time to ditch all your slough9, break them up, harrow them, and sow them with tim othy and red clover. Ono bushel of clover or two bushels of timothy is enough. . Make your , fence high, tight and ptrong, so that it will keep the cattle and pigs out. If you have brush make your lota secure, and keep yout hogs from the cattle, for if ...

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. — 7 June 1866

Vol. 30 No. 7. Hiiyijorough, Highland County, Ohio, Thursday, June 7, 1800. Whole No. 1507, THE MHLAND WEEKLY MS; Devoted to News, Literature, Politics , Agriculture, and the Interests of Highland County. OLDESTPAPERIN THE COUNTY. i. t. BOARDMAN, EDITOR AMD PROPRIETOR. 6 MTCI-Haln gf. north alde.eecond door cut of Hlgli, nearly oppoelt the Poet Office. rrraiKifVfBt MAIL SUBSCRIBERS. lift copy, nna tour ,.. 11 " " , " A monthi 00 " " month. .. Ml neT Payment Invariably In adven- . N.i paper a. nt bv mull longer thn the tim ' paid fi r. aW" Aa antra en.y will ha eent irmtli, for every club TIM eubecrilwt a at the above rate. TOWN SUBSCRIBERS. To Snhaorjhari 111 II III.lM.ro anil vicinity, tlia "Crwi will I promptly delivered by Carrl .r. or at th P..et CnV. or office of puhllratlnn. nil th. follnalng term, : IN advance, r within I tu.iuth tt 00 At lha and i.f A ntoutha t tfA A tha anil of tlia year 9 0 W Advance pnt.nt preferred In all caaea. Sub. 'ribcra will ha notified of tha ii.lr...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 7 June 1866

IIILLSllOROVGII, OHIO i Thursday, Juno 7, 18C6. News Summary. Our UUjst now- from tha Fenlfirm Is that Urgo force has conccntrfttod near St. Al bans, Vt., and Is about to cross tho Canada border. Gen. Sweeney is there in coi mand, and largo reinforcements are Join ing him from all parts of the country. It i rumored that the Fenians have actually crossed the line, and seized the Grand Trunk railway. Seventy steamers left Xeir York City Saturday for foreign and seaboard cities. The amount now in the Treasury vault t W aflBihfiton, subject to draft, is nearly $104,000,000. The revenue receipts last week amounted to upward of $7,000,000. $100,000 of fractional currency wns shipped to Cincinnati, Saturday, by the Treasu ry -J. B. White, Mayor of Portsmouth, Va tins been suspended from his oflloo by the President on the ground of his being an unpardoned rubcl. Funeral of Gen, Scott. - The remains of the honored , chief tain and patriot were interred on Fri day last, with the usual militar...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 7 June 1866

Wants, For Sale, For Ilcrit, &c. avarAdvettlsemanI are Inserted under till bead at lb following rate: ' , , Blngl Inertlori, 10 cants per lip, of I word. Caafc I advanea. i Itch additional Insertion, B cents par line. Ho advertisement Inwrted fur I than 2s nli. MR SILK MILCH COW A good Milch Cow fur tola. Apply t Ml ofllc. mvSllf WA5ITED Milch Com , sajSltf Minn cow-Acood Hunted Immediately. Apply to M. nUOK, HillilK.ru, 0. SHUTEI-;TltltE On Wcdiiesthy night, 2.1d ln"t , from my pantnro, on llarriln'a Crk, 6 mile lonth ol Leeabttrg, a DARK BAT MAKE, 3 year old, about H hitn.la high, a smell whit tar In nor forehead, and on white foot behind; mark of inn wh re aha hud been worked. A liberal reward will be paid for bar return or for any lufortna. Hon leading to bar recovery, JACOB TOMPKINS, " Bi?31w3 Laoaburg P. (., Highland County, 0. 1 T 1 ' li n()0 PER TEAR We want mJfJ Atlanta eterrwher to aall onr m- raevan (2tf Sewing Machine. Three i.rw kin-la, Un ci er and tipper feed. Sun...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 7 June 1866

Farmer's Department. ei - -ixT -tiiss - The Ohio Wool Dealers. ' ' Tho Convention of Ohio Wool deal ers met In Cleveland, on Wednesday, After Home miscellaneous business had "been transacted, tho report of tho com ,mitt(e on Resolutions vrai received and ad op toil, Tho report recites that tho wool crop of Ohio, during the coining year will 'amount to 30,000,000 pounds, and is confessedly among the most profitable 'productions of the State. Tho h'gh reputation which tho wools of the Btate formerly enjoyed is being lost in eonscquence of tho carelessness or dis honesty of farmers. In view of these facta tho following resolutions were adopted. . Mesofved, That in view of tho many Just causes of complaint from manu facturers and dealers, that our wool is yearly degenerating In condition, we .recommend to the growers that they thoroughly tag and wash their sheep, tub washing tho tags (and keeping them separate from the fleece), and not allow the sheep after washing to "run more than fro...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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