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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 1 May 1862

. ' 'J.. T""". -'.-J".. ..' L "."Jl ," i j, 'i t n ui...m---.. Jim j . j... i J. L. BOARD MAN, Editor andrroprielor, ) One Dollar a Year; r Strictly in Advciue. .... . KUMBEiri. vol; xxvi. lltLLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY J. I8G2. Poetry. [For the News. LINES ON THE DEATH OF ELI M. WILLIAMS. Member Band of 12th Indiana Regiment, who died at Warrenton Junction, Va., April 13,1862. BY HIS CRIPPLED BROTHER, GRANVILLE. Heat, dearest brother, the buttle It o'er thy kardahlpe are ended, thy warfare la dnhel Bravely tbon strnggled, but stnis-gle an mora Xt47 Mm sweet peace which tlijr valor hath Witi! W Mm wenM have mt thee once mot her be low, To Tit welcomed the homo from the Hold of the "brave To ave shown theo w love thee, aa whoa wo said, "go And die, If It must be, our Country to save!" I would that thy wire, thy Hearly .loved Juno, Could have kissed, one more, that manly brow; Methtnke 'twould ha-e lemoned the piercing rln That Is almost breaking her young woartuo...

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 May 1862

HILLSBOROUGH.' OHIO.. .Thttrtday, . IUI'!!J May 1, 1862, n GLORIOUS NEWS! Capture of New Orleans. There teems to be no doubt that New Orleans is at lust Id concession of the national forces. Geo. Wool telegraph , ej to Secretary Stuutuu ou Sunday; an . , follows: : FORTRESS MONROE, April 27. i Hon. K. M. Stamtom, Secretary of War: A black fugitive, J ut from Ports-1 mouth, brings the Petersburg Express . of yesterday, containing the following: , "Mobile, A pril 25. The enemy pass ed Fort Jackson, yesterday, at 4 o'clock . -A.M. When the news reached New i Orleans the excitement was boundless. Martial lw was pot in full force and i business suspended. All the of Cot ton and steamboats, except those nece ary to transport corn coin? and am munition, were destroyed. At 1 o'clock to day the operator at New Orlonns bade good bye, saying the enemy had . appeared before the city. This is the , last known. We will send particulars . toon as received." The negro bringing this reports the rebe...

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 May 1862

Matters about Home. c?, r Tai 6Qtb. It , roported a fw days sgo Inst the 60th wit ordered to .; Itomney, Vs., but we learn that letters have siuee boon rcceited, stating that tho Order was coantormanded, and that the regiment was still at Torkcrsburg. i i hi ' 11 Bp. Bedell had a good audience . last week, at the Episcopal Church. lie administered tho rite of confirmation to 13 persons. ' . 1 - An Excellent Idea. We are in formed that a number of our patriotic ladies and gentlemen have determined to procuro and fit up suitable rooms for the temporary accommodation of sick and wounded soldiers who ma pa' through our town on their way home. Something of this kind is muoh need ed, and we hope the project will bo car ? 'Hod out at once. ". We return our thanks to our friend Ad Glenn, Orderly Sergeant of Co. "I," 24th Ohio, for the present of a hickory cane, eut br him on the battle field of Pittsburg. 1 mm -- There will bo a regular meeting of the members of the Hillsboro Firo Com pany,...

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 May 1862

Farmer's Department. Hints for the Garden. "!, TrftTa yonr eToanfli IhoronjrMy, not In .11 cmos by merely mannrmfr nd cHitrJnir. but with reference to tne "particular crop tbat is intended to trow a neon It. All carden soil slionld M deep, mellow, and well pulreriaed. If tb surface cakes daring the summer means should be taken lof',!nt tni". as nothing is so nnfarorable for the gTewtb of the finer vegetables. 7 II. ricnl pess deep, and in deep soil. Varieties may he selected that ripen st different periods. The very curly ones ahonld be planted immediately: the lot- ter id t few dars afterwards. There . are some choice early sorts now in mar ket, that can he easily obtained of our seods-mon. Tho most of these are 'dwarf crowcrs: amons theso are Bish "op'e Early Dwarf and Tom Thumb. There are also taller crowing kinds that are excellent. In late ripemnz sorts, there is crcat variofy. Tho Champion of England is a largo, green variety, of excellent quility. III. PreDare crround for oni...

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 May 1862

J. L. BOARD MAN, Editor and Propriotor. ) & iitnijlg ounr;t( Mt)s to pfos, )olittcs, fitcnitttre, gricitl'ture, !$liirlufs, &t. One Dollar a Tear; ) Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 8. 18G2. NUMBER 2 Poetry. [From the Ohio Farmer. [From the Ohio Farmer. SPRING IS COMING. Cm yon. fool the nrmurln thrill, From the ornithine on the hill, That with lofl!jf-woolnt kleeoa, ' Fterlas with their feather treeeet, Wliltpert through the woodland bowert, prln U coming with her flower J" 1 print It coming! Cea w tin(, Wblta Horn Sorrow"! brooding wlnj Lowere abort oar bono to day, From the rtrft and bloody troy? Smiling, greet theee radiant houn? "Spring It coming with hir llowcra." Though thi tnth of rtetory Make! the heart beat high tod fret; Though wo Joy to to too right Prating it nll-oonijuerlng might; Saddening are theee hornet of ourt Can wo oiog ofSprlng'i tolr Bowertf Ajt, abort the burled ilaii. Fallen like the lumaer't rain Tho...

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. — 8 May 1862

niLLSBOROUaiT, OHIO. - ' Thursday, May 8, 18G2. LATEST NEWS. AaolW of tha great raid atr.og bold bat fallon into our handi. York town wti evacuated -on Saturday night, and tbe rebels ara In full retre.t on Rlobmond, with McCIellan in lot pur suit. Farticulura io another column. Tb adranco of Gen. McClollan'f ar my overtook tbe rebels at Williamiburg, 10 miles from Yorktown, and bad a abarp engagement, but finding tbe tu cbij ia strong force, fell back to await retaforccnente. At 1at accounts the rebeh were still retreating beyond Wil liamsburg, which ia now occupied by our forces. As toon as the evacnution of York town was knowD, Gen. McCIellan sent Gen. Franklin's division by steamer to West Iiot, at the head of York river, 30 miles from Yorktown, to out off the retreat nf tbe rebels to Richmond. Gen. Franklin reached West Point and destroyed tbe railroad bridge on the York river and Richmond railroad. This timely movement may lead to the capture of tbe entire rebel army. Geo. Ilal...

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 May 1862

Matters about Home. Matters about Home. Religious Notice. Tie llitlnbofo t)iatrlct Ministerial and Sbbatb School Coorcntiou of the M. K Cnnreh, will bold its Annual Session in thirt fl6o. eomhiencinir next Wtdnctday, May U, at 2 o'clock P. M., and closing on Friday morning following. Th order of tne moctiog nails for Ho ports from tho Mioistors, Conversation al meetings, discussion of various topics relating to the condition and enterpri es of the Church, and sermons upon given subject!. The occasion is expect ed to be one of considorabto interest aod all are cordially invited to attend i - . - - Baptist Chubcu jTbo hour of aer vices having been changed, preaohing may be expeoted hereaftor at 4 o'clock 2. M.; next Sabbalh evouing, also, at 7 V. M. Sabbath School at 2J V. M. The publio are cordially invited to at SoLDtKR'e Hkst. The Ladies' Sol dier' Aid Society of Ilillsboro have (it ttd ( the room over Mr. James Keece's wirehouse near the depot, as a ''Sol dier's Rest," for the tem...

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 May 1862

Farmer's Department. [Written For the Ohio Farmer.] A Plea for Trees. Don't do !., don't out rrteim down; ler.. not this arinjr. Think itrtont It liuU lonjjnr first.. I mn thos thrif ty young elms aid mnples, and ash treeathat hae frown nn witnont an? kind of encouragement, in the shelter of (ha fence, or of stump, till they are petting ao larare that you eonclada they might as well be out of the way. It may be very esst ' -boo I it now. .when ttiey atand dry and bare Sffslnst (ho sty, but look at thena io Jons, pot ered with tresh young lenTes, or in An Kuat, dotting the landscape with grate ful shade, and aee if you do not decide that after all yon can afford to let them aland. If they were apple trees, now. and brought in four or fio dollars a year, you wouldn't think of destroying them; and you are not ao poor that yon cannot afford a little room for what 1 certainly beautiful, eren if von do not aee any real rise in it. But use and beauty go together nftcner than moat people im...

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 May 1862

iw&i uxn to fete, politics, literature, gritnltot, SJarhcts,. fc VOno Dollar a Year, ), Strictly in Advance. J. L. BOARD MAN, Editor andProprietor. ) 'HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 15. 1802 NUMBER .8. VOL. XXVI. Poetry. [For the News. LINES FOR AN ALBUM. BY ORANVILLE. When thy fount; heart la light and lay Wb all 1i bright u enmmer'e 47. And Sorrow'e fur from the ; Whan frlndi more worthy of tht nam UltM tip thy path with tore's bright flam, Thonneedet not think of . Whan tamlar aceente greet tblna aar, From llpa of tboia ta thaa mora dear, Who atnlta with lora an thaat I eouM not auk thaa than to braak That witching epell, or area taka Away ona MmU for ma. But a ban reranee try thy haart Whan ttnng by trouhlo'a pnltoned dart from pain no longer fraa I And whan thon banda't thy knaa In prayfr, To ponr thy anal oat iwatly thora 0 (a remember aw tanl, 0., 1S82. old ing m lent ing to the r are BIRTH-DAY OMENS. Mondajr'e balaV 11 fair o' faca i Tuatday'a bairn l...

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 May 1862

Cjjc ptnu- licks. iiiLii3B0R0UO.li, omo.. Thursday, ITay 15, 1862. LATEST NEWS. "The work gect bravelj onf" SIo Clellart gave the rebels another aevcre whipping at West Voint on FrriJay, and q Suturdiiy LTa advance was tut 22 miloi from Riekmond. He ia resting his army and getting ready for the final 'tiasb at that city. " "'. M. Norfolk and Portumouih taken, tlio audacious and terrible Merrimao da etroyed, the MUsissippi rebel gunboats ' defeated, are the important nationul vic tories ot the week post. The rebellion is evidently on ifs last lege. The President has officially re-openod the porta of New Orleans, Port lloyal and Beaufort, t foreign commerce from and after the 1st of Juno'next. t A great battle at Corinth is likely to occur at any hour. Norfolk. Portsmouth and the Navy Yard Taken Norfolk. Portsmouth and the Navy Yard Taken by Gen. Wool-Merrimac Still off Sewall's Point. W.vinroTOX, May 11. The following was re scued at tho War Department, this morning: Fobthkks Moro, M...

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 May 1862

Matters About Home. ., , We publiili this week two letters from tho GOtli, od otirj from Lt. Gleftfir, of the 6tU Ohio Catalry. The Firemen's Benefit at the Court IIouso on Tuesday evening, wa attend ed by a largo aodionce, and the perforin- nnee went off well. Capt. Cotter, of Cincinnati,mado a few pariotlo remark, and by rerjucnt reoitod bis beautiful poem, "F. Pluribus Unum." Gen. Mc Dowoll also mndo a very nappy little (ipeecb. Tho net receipts of the Bene fit, wo learn, were about 870. . Go TO KiC'HABI)g." It is a fuel that if you want ohenp Dry Good, you can get them by taking the advico abovo giv en. Read bis new advertisement, and when you want anything in bid line,--"Go to Richards." We learn that the Tonchcrs and pu I lis of MIsa Grandgirard's Fetnalu Iri Mituto shipped a box of hospital sup plies lust week to the Sanitary Comm. a aion at Cincinnati. The Soldiers' Aid Society of Sink ing Spring shipped another box of sup plies for the hospital to Ciucinoati on Tuesday. . ....

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 May 1862

Farmer's Department. Cottonseed Flax. EnrtrtjP tba pt year ."tIm or el parimcnta, neohanioal and ehmieai oomb!nd. Kara baan mtd . fn Rhod laland, tha oljeet of wbie Ida, t aobattruta for cotton, a tnata rial that could ba manufactured on. any aTttrttioa of matsnioery now in Hi ' f hi obieel bai been attnin-d by tha prodootlon of malarial wfiloB l prop erl? named eottonJzed flat. Tha flat ! pulled In the field by a maoblne wblob doea tba work of forty men. Either matured flax or flat not in teed may ba wed. A flax i enlti fated for tho aeed a double crop of aeed way thuaba produced aa well aa of the flax. The dried flax, as gathered from the ; ftr.k nut d maoliinerV into ami able rengtRa, representing: the ataple of upland ootton. about one ana one eiRiii" Inch long. Tbie procost ie performed by automaton1 machinery with great fa cility on J at UttTe coat. The material ia anl.lertail tn a ntpamini? Process 10 large rats, and ia then dried by maohiue tv. rinidl revnlfincr. Next it pas...

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 May 1862

J. L, BOARDMAN,; Edl.tor.and Praprietojr , V Jfamili) loimral llcbotcli .io IJelus, oltttcs, literature, gricnliure, S One Dollar a Tear; Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVI. FIILLSBOROUGH, IKGIILAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 22, I8G2 NUMBER 4; IJTarlicfs, fa. Poetry. [For the News. INTELLECTUAL DEATH. Tha chords of Memory purling on lijrone ' ' (O, grief loo great fur telling t) leaving the (hosts of Joy anil truth once V noun, That Back the mi ml with glimpses at the flown, As Thought frm its fount I welling. The wining 'W ill the Action' guide nomore f the monarch hath departed-.. ' '! . - i Despair reigns king whers Beaton ruled before The Fate Hum nanestli at the palace door, To bear the broken-hearted. b! language tails, and Fancy tills to show How msalnees mliid deioeee , , O, dark, profonnd. Impenetrable wo 1 lod grant thee, friend, that thou mayst never know what the brink discloaual .. P. N. W. THE VOLUNTEER'S BURIAL, BY PARK BENJAMIN. Tls'eve! One brightly-beaming star Nhlne...

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 May 1862

tioar a Hup from one of their month In opposition to the men who are now, with arms in their bands, assailing our Insti tutions and oor Government. While the Senator, in bU long and elaborate apeeoh, haa accused everybody else, hare yon heard a word from hia mouth ecjaint the men.whn are now in arras en desvnrintr to overthrow your Govern ment? Not one syllable. Sir, you may know all these men from this circumstance: they aro the men who cry peace, peace, whan they knew there can be no honorahlo poaco. - Sinco the Senator-- if the papera report him arltrht and I see no contradiction of it do- aconded from hia honorable position on thia floor and went into aeoret conclave with those who sympathizo with traitor for tha avowed purpose of reconstruct loir the Domocrntio party, he and all those who co-operate with him throujrh out the land havo violently assailed the administration of the Government, and especially are they opposed to the pro ceedings of the Secretary of War. Thero is 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. — 22 May 1862

Matters about Home. IIaimvUD Timb Changed. See new lime tabid, commencing last Monday. Court commenced on Tuesday, Judge Brlgga presiding. There is prospect of tolerably busy term. - . . i . Miiti.no or tub Sous or Tkmpkr. ANC8. The nest Qinrterly Council of the Sons of Temperance, for Southern Ohio, will be at their new hall in Sabina, Clinton county, Ohio, comraonoing on Thursday, June 5th, 1802. We wish all the Divisions to send a full delega tion. The degrees will be conferred on 11 delegates from other divisions wish ing tho same. ''The Committee will be t the hall 1 to receive the delegates as they arrive, and assign them plaoos where they will be accommodated du ring their stay. MARTIN PLYMIRE, DAVID CHANCE, B. J. DARBYSHIRE, May 5th, 1862. Committee. WafVfe have received a well written communication, signed "C. C." undor the caption of "Sympathy for" Rebel as well as Federal Soldiers," but must de cline publishing it, for the reason that wo think its - publication would be 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. — 22 May 1862

Farmer's Department. The State Fair. Thrfnt Bir l of Ajrrionltnro etn- Wdn1T. May 7, fr hnvinj? decid ed to hold lh next Frute Fair In that Hty for fnnr diiyi. pommenolMi? Sej ffimber 18, 18ti2. on the Casn property, .Sounded hy Kinainnn and Scoville ffMti, Cvi avenue and I'urk utrcer, ind conlninine 28 irre. Awarding committee wre nppointftd by tin Board. The prr-nti'im lint vill ha published in pamplilot form for rTintribntion s soon M practicable. Th Meenti eommiltce of tho Board r Messru. S. T. Jones. N. 8. Tnrnend, Henry B. IVkirisi, grid Win. D'wiit. The eeveril department for the next yiir tro arranged, a in put jcjrs, o followi: Firnt Department fiiv" toek. Second Ieprtment M ichinery, im plements, etc. f , Third T)epartincnt-rechinieal, do niestie, etc., product. Fourth Department Agricultural prndiM'ts. Fi'th Pepai tiiient I fort icultura I products. Sixth Department Fine arts, etc. Dnrinff the Fair, these departments ill Ka nniW the ireneral cbaree of fhe followina.'membn...

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 May 1862

2 i J. L. BOARD MAN J "Editor andPropriolor. ) & Jfamilg lountitl Dcklcii ..io $lclus, )olifics, Jifcraittrc, Agriculture, Iftadicts, fa. One Dollar a Year; ( Strictly in Advcnce. yoi. xxvi. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 29. 1862- N UMBER 5. Poetry. THE ONE-HORSE TOWN. 1'n brerrt tr, for til onr earthly alna, The pitniehment here on earlh iW-Klnn; And the doctrin'e true, I liavrn't dntibt. For th proof are Ijrlnc 11 lehnutj , All npeof'era la that I can't n, Tan't rmorwor trnrrlin any nlinM, For emel dontliiT plni ma down . Ill a mean Utile, groen little one-lioree town. Ttr1 rlaln'e trrrlt.le Inn, But here ttioy all riae at half peal four: And If I am late thry'ra a regular trick, To rnp and Inquire if the gentleman'! alckl a Kreakrul Imlf over all In one key, Folkt holler ont, 'We're waiting 7m ane.' For thejr do np old JnkeeaimieilinKly hrown In thU mono little, green little one-hone town, When a letter fur me In the poet oftVo yea, It rnna a mock thro' t...

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 May 1862

oiis seeds of slavery, degradntion anil national rottenness or tho North, ad ancingthe banner of tho Constitution, carry with her atars and stripes all they eymboiisa Llborty, Democratic Equal ity, Christianity, Froo Speech, a Free I'ress, and a Free Pulpit. Tho ascend aney of the North means Liberty, the thrift of tho common people, and the progress of civililizntion. No reorgan ijation of the sham Democracy, upon the basis of tho porpetuation of human slavery, or even indifference to thi great disturbing agency, can ever obtain permanent ascendancy in this great mi ANNOTATOR. IIItiCiSBOROUOII, OHIO. Thursday, - - - May 29, 1862. LATEST NEWS. The Present took military posses ion of all the r.-iilroads on Monday, for the transportation of troops. Gen. Sigcl passed through Pittsburg last Monday on his way to Washington. retcrsburg papers report that on tho 18th, eighteen of the Monitor's crew went ashore at City Point, where they were surprised by tho rebels, and nine made Drisoucrs,...

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 May 1862

Matters about Home. Strawberry Festival. We leara that ths Ladios of the Bap tiit Church, assistod by thoso of the Methodiit and Presbyterian Churches, are baking arrangements for a Straw berry Festival, the proeeods of which are to be applied to the purchaM of a Keed Organ, for the uso of the Habbath School and congregation of the first named church. The time fixed upon is Thursday of neitweek. We are in formed the Committee of Arrangements contemplate holding the Festiral in the beautiful Grove surrounding tho old J Seminary Boarding-house, now the res idence of Rev.; Mr. Siegfried. We be speak for the affair a liboral patronage from our citizens. For interesting letters from tho 60th Ohio, see first and second pages. V ?' - . i -m. . We have receivod anoth er communi cation from "C. C," which will appear in our next issue. - - Cot'RT is still in lession, and is en gaged in the trial of criminal cases, none of which are of much importance. The term will probably close this week. 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. — 29 May 1862

Farmer's Department. Seasonable Hints. SOFT SOAP AND TOBACCO WATER. A mtxfarA Broft noun nnd utron? Miocn wntor, mado of th consistencr nf thin paint. nn1 WiA-icrl ofef t bod r of trcM with brnri, will, in jrrct mftnr, orient in. nets from da fOitinfr thfir rppsbcnoth 'tie bark. LOOK TO YOUR GRAFTS. Or.fU ilionld be lonlced to .til Hernion of lic Tmt; H Hie nnrl bad rnlbed off; the binding of thf ran loonened and M-lird; and if two or mora bad ar growing, and one appeara weakly, rub it off, and let the strong bud or ilioot have ail Ibe food. VARIOUS ITEMS. Keep tlio hue poinjr, nnleca wben tl oil if wcf. J he inrrfne in cm,, rrpaylbe addilitional labor. Sow xno of lrttnre and apinnch. He- ....,, with nbnrn knife all flower alalkx' from rhubarb; letting them re wain injures the plant. .Set out toma toes eneepK plants, and peppers. LOOK WELL TO YOUR GARDEN. Tuke etery opportonitr to remove weed?. Thin ont, whenever plants are too f1ne to each other. Moth is of ten lost by mafcinjr two...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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