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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 27 November 1862

gi-i' J. - -. - - , -' - J. L. BOARD MAN,) Editor andProprietor. i Jfmnilir lanrnal SthDiA io lefos, politics, fitentturc, grititiiurc, ITavids, t. 1 TiXnYd VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 18G2. NUMBER 31-. Poetry. A War Hymn. Thon who ordalne.t, for the land'e miration, Famine, and Ore, nd iword, and lamentation, Now unto The we lift our eiippllcatlen " . flodeaTe the Nation I H j the great algn foretold, of thine appearing Coming In cloud., while mortal men eland fearing Show Ui, amid thli emoke of battle, clearing, Thy chariot nearlng I Kow, by the blood that floweth like a rirer Now, with a holt of Breontof Thy qolver, Sander the .trong chalne I Every fetter .hirer I Smite and dollrerl Slay Thon onr foot, or turn them te derialon I Then, In the blood-red ralley of Deciilon, Bring to onr Sold. Peace, like a Prophet't rl.lon, Oreen aad elraian I THEODORE TILTON. Goods--Honor—Courage. Good gone iotnethlnggonel Mult bend to the oar, And earn th...

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. — 27 November 1862

&je Pjjjlanb $fcfos niLttSBOROuan, onio.- Thursday, Nov. 27, 18C2 LATEST NEWS. Gen. BurDiido'i army Is Fit movtb, opposite Frodoricksburfr, on Ihe Rappahannock. He rnado a demand for the aarrender of the city, Inst Saturday, threatening to bombard it" within 21 tionrs, if not complied with, but the rebeli aaked further time to remove their women and ohildren, which was granted.- Tho latest Intellitfeneo indi cates that the rebele will not surrender without a battle. Washington, November 23. Richmond papers of Saturday say the rebel army is in the rear of Fredericls burp, and Gen. Lee in command. Richmond papers anticipato great battle near Fredericksburg. Ocn. Bragg, it is now reported is nt Knoxville, Tenn., with his disorganised command. Their long, bootless march for booty, has perfectly demoralized them. The rebels djoouncehim with out mercy for not taking Cincinnati and Louisville. An order hss been issued to keep revenuo cutters cruitsing off New York port, to give notice ...

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. — 27 November 1862

Matters about Home. TIIANK80ITIN0 SERVICES this fore- boob at It o'clock, at tba Presbyterian church. Sermon by Rev. Mr. Collett, of lU M'E. Churoh.. . ''"Long Looked fob Comb at Last! The principal portion of tho "gallant 60th," including nearly all 1,10 men who belonged to thU oonntj, nnd also noma from tho counties adjoin ing, arrived here srtfuljt last Saturday night. A largo crowd was Onscmblotl at tho depot to welcome them homo, and waited patiently for nearly two hours af. icr the train was dao boforo it arrived, As it came in sipht, the echoes wcro wa. kenod by a salute from Capt. Ileddlo son's battery, the Band struck 'up a na tional air, and cheer after cheer went up from the excited multitude. Tho citi tens gonerally had prepared to enter, tain the soldiers, and all were immedi ately escorted to supper. Many who livo in tho country wcro taken homo by their friends, who were- in waiting. Altogether, it was a most joyful oc casion, and one that will - long be re membered in...

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. — 27 November 1862

Farmer's Department. The Sugar Cane in Illinois. S'X WTespomlenl of ! N. T. Trib une; writing In Union oonntj, Illinois", gim the following as tlia result of his obscrTfttion t the iUnt, of iogar oultqrt fn Out State. All faola on Ibis topic tr interesting to our peo U: The amount ofo?r cne planted in tKia Siafa mnit ezcecd mr entimete of 80,000 acroa of last Spring it muat e eeJ 100,000 acre. Through, tba wbolc State the Tamers aro now busy grind ing the eiine. I doubt not but more molauea will bo produced tban wo can coMuraoL A few years ago, wbon the farmers first made molasses, St was often poorsome conld not nse it, many were discouraged. Since tben, with bettor methods and a diffusion of experience oflbose who made molasses, the. cult ore has Become as fixed as corn. Large mills, ran by atcaui, for grinding the cane for fewnships, are not as pro6tablc for the farmer as bis own sin ill ma chine in which his neighbors unite with lira. Refiners will be needed, and will do well. A...

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. — 4 December 1862

gii ' ' .J ' iS'i.'.'J JL-1 1 ! j,-,. i- I 1 :T- .T - - t. . , ..;, i - ' f i J. L. DOARDMAN,) Editor andProprietor. ) Jfiimiln lounml icbotti) to plus, )olttics, literature, Agriculture, Parhtts, Kr. One Dollar a Year; ) Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1862. NUMBER. 32. Poetry. The Last Leaf. BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. I nw lil m one befor, A h pamed by the door, ' And aialn The tiavnioitt toDa rtaound " Ai h tatter o'r th iroul.d With hit can. Tli.j my that In lilt prim, Kr th iriinlii(-knir of TIM L'ul Mm down. Not bttr man wm found Dy Hi 'Jrler on lilt rouud Tbroujh tk luwn. But nuw li wnlki thi itr.iti, And h took at nil b met Sad and win, Ami h ihakei hit ftabl bed, That it Mem a If h laid, "They are gun!" '' Th moiiy marble rit . Ou tb lip that b lui prat . Id tbelr bloom, Aud tb nui b lnrd to br -liar. m earved for many year L i)a the tumb. My grandmamma hal laid hot ld iady.ib li dead l.oog ago! That h bad Roman n, A...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 4 December 1862

vr. itiLcsBonouon. onio. Thursday, ... Deo. 4. 1862 Special Notice. From and sftcr this dafe, the terras of this piper will be at follows : To MsiJ SuriscrihrTs, (invariably fn sdvsnctO per annum, 1 50 Torn Subscriber!, (Including those who get the paper at he office, or TTillsboro P, 0.) In adrance, If not paid within 6 month, If not paid within tho jeer, 1 50 2 00 2 50 This advance is rendered absolutely necessary by the reecnt largo advance In the price of printing paper, cqaal to fully f0 per cent, on previous rates, the enhanced tost of living, fce. All unex pired subscriptions will be filled out at onr farmer rstes. We shall issac a Prospectus for 1SC3 ia our next paper. nillsboro, Deo. 4, 18C2. Special Notice. LATEST NEWS. Conoress met on Monday, a quorum preaent in both Houses. The Presi dent Sent in his Message, but owing to the wirca working badly, only a brief synopsis was telegraphed. We sha'l give our readers the cntira document next week. Gen. Burnside's army remains i...

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. — 4 December 1862

Matters about Home. Entertainment for the Benefit of the A. S. In order to replenish to exhausted treasury, ttio Ladies of the Hillsboro Soldier's Aid Sooiety will an enter tainment, consisting of Tableaux and Mniio, at the Court House, on MON DAY, Deo. 8th, at aeren o'clock P. M. Admittance 25 ots. The publio are re apectfully invited to attend. By order of Society. ' V. H. WEVER. Secretary. ISTDon't fail to read Mr. Mathews' second letter, in this week's Newi. Weather PnoarfosTics. -If the first three dayi of Deoember control tho weather of the three winter montha, according to the old adage, we ehall have a mild winter. Monday and Tues- day were moderately cold and cloudy, Wednesdsy clear and quite cold, whioh would indicate that tho oddest weather will be io February. From the 89th Ohio. Adjutant II. W. Sparour, of the 89tb Ohio, arrivod at home last Saturday night, to remain a fow days. The rcgi moot was busy erecting huts for winter quarters, when lie left. Its preient camp ia...

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. — 4 December 1862

Farmer's Department. [From the Louisville Courier and Gazette. The Apples of Southern Ohio. Hiring trrrlJ ami lirjd in r.irioui parti, n having become) ejii.i!nta J with iha fruit man, 1 may at least give my opinion. B it I wjiiIJ hava it un derstooj that I writu for the common pooplo hoping to awaken a greater in toreitln th!i moit healthful and deli cto 119 fruit. Tltat my auhject may le reaiLbk', I will only ncni you an ac count of tlirea or four kindi, oe or twice a week, beginning with the LiiiJ.s moat common. RHODE ISLAND GREENING. This is ono of the crratcal apples in the East, and when it does n ot bitter rot, is eicc!loi;t auyvrhere. It is ouo of the mdst certain and abundant bearers that wo bare, and a tolerable keeper. Skin jzroen and oily, flesh ycllowih. su'-iciJonJ high flavored; rathor tart till fully ripe. Thcio a:o mannj puri ous aerts offurcd in market, and all of them that I fiavo seen are inferior to the- genuine, (except in keeping) There is one eertain mark whi...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 11 December 1862

I'W i'fl'.l fl J'.B.I fl.W 8-11 l' fclHf " ' i ( i (' 1 Vi ' jijUfiii J i, i. L ' .ii J jn onil ! Ji "lo linq i i f.. 1 : '' . , '; el ' .. -, v c .in v I .r " i . ,. i . r.i iK .' ''too J ' i.-l -1 .'.- - .' ". : " " . . .. : ,- . . i VOL. , : I - - i . . i ... . . . r : ... ,,:rV;HILLSB0uOUGHJ HIGHLAND - . . . . . ' ' - : " , . . COUNTY,' OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER, 11. . 1802. . '''"...' " i . - - " ' ' One Dollar1 a' Yedi; i Strictly in Advarfic;t n Is?..!'.,.! r.; ' t,'i .oi Imv, V - ! 1 X- - i-iii-a. . r:: mMi'M, Poetry. Roll Call. 1 3 n '0ororl OrMnl" tin Orjorl crlJi" , . . !, . , nor!" im th wlf, Im4 Bd elfur, Trua th lip of lotrtlar who ttond r; . ' And "Ur!" ih the tri On xt repIM., " "Cyriw Trr' tlnn nlUiic fell Ttait tliu no Biwtr followed Hi tmll; Onlj hit retT'itiM hd in hlra fall, Killed or wounded, lie coold not loll. There they itood In Hi fnllen llslil. . . Thee men of bottle, with rr, dftrk look, Aeplnln tebereod e open hocke, White elo ly gnthered the ihedee or nl...

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. — 11 December 1862

' a i,aaiiaw.aw)ii i;yL.iyiiyw'iyttqw people may wi!k baok and forth with out aay )ooacionanesa of their pretence. Ko part of tils line can be midt nj nor diSeisIt to pass 7 writiog U down oa paper or parchment aa a aational boundary. Tho fot of aeparation, if it comes, Rites up on the part of the aeetion the Fugitue glare clauie, along with all other constitutional obligations upon th lection secedod from, while I should expect no treaty atipulation would Ter b mad to take it place. Bat tber is another difficulty. The (treat interior region boanded ent by the Allegbaoies, north by the British dominlona, westby, the Rocky Moun tain, and loath by th line along which the eulture of corn and cotton meets, and Wbioh inclndea part of Virginia, part of Tennessee, all of Kentucky, Jlia onrl, Kansas, Iowa, Minnesota, and th Territoriea of Dakotah, Nebraska, ad part of Colorado, baa about . ten million of people, and will bT fifty millions within fifty years, if not pre anted by any politica...

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. — 11 December 1862

CITpgIIimif IJttos". HILLSBOROUCH, OHIO. - - Dec. "II, 1862 Thursday, j Special Notice. I ! 91 60 1 50 2 00 2 50 From and after this date, the terms of this paper will be aa follow. : rTo Mail Subscribers, (invariably in -advance, per annum-. Town Subscribers, (including those who get the paper at "the 'office, or Hillstoro' P. O.) in advanco, If not paid within 6 months, If not paid within the year, This advance is rendered absolutely ...... ....-. t. it. recent laree advance . in the price of printing paper, equal , to . .i fully 50 per cent, on previous rates, me e'nhanced oost of living, Ac. All uncx rt5red subscriptioni i will be filled out at . . . .. . our former rstei. Hillsboro, Dec. 4, 1862. LATEST NEWS. Decisive Victory in Arkansas—The Rebels Routed with Heavy Loss. ' . To-day'a (Wednesday's) city papers bring us news of a brilliant victory over the rebels in Arkansas. The dispatches stato that about 7,000 of our troops un der Gen! llerfon, were attacked on the 7tb ins?.,...

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. — 11 December 1862

THE ACCUSED CLERK. 1 . -r rt'urf.TAsr cofitv !, [Concluded.] VMr. T.imsorv," I pa! J, li is wliol iYsib) quivering with cxcitsmont, "wliBt Hioti-j I Juvo used vrn rtinosll? mine.." "I bhI'iJ him whrre So obtninel it.";; "Ncer niinil,". Iio qojckly answered. Ait'l lli.n li informed rno llmt lie woulJ rnnrer no' question. oii.i'le of tlie atnre wfiiUi gnrfc a cliiirp W:is retlnj;'iigi,iil.t Mm, IJ a d.'rlnrrd that lio .nscl Fcrveil ino t'rulj and futlifully, nnd that lie lmJ .falcon . rlcnsnre ,iri bo doing;" and Jio -&ndered lio J, could hecuae him of ;ar h h thjn'. , ; (' remtmber Hint I gnvo liim torn n9wir, and lie, in return, vindicated 1 1 i iij sol f in a manner t lint off inded inf. -t teciiwe impatient,' and. denianlfl that lie tlmulJ mulft restitution. v I know thtt my manner was hau'hljr and ov?r liearinc, nndtlio you li reKenicl it. In the end, I informed him t!int I needed liU ertiee nr) rnor"; and I told him that out of consideration for the feelinps p Li mother and ...

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. — 18 December 1862

J. L. BOARD MAN,) Editor andProprietor. ) ; Jfamtlg Joimt;tt---grMrir -to plus, . IKtcratttrc, gcjnfultitr nth&fc. I One Dollar a 'Year; j Strictly.tri. Advance. HILLSBOROUGH; HIGHLAND . COUNTY; ' OHIO TIIU11SDAY, DECEMBER 18. ; 1862. ; 1 NUMBER 34? VOL. XXVI. Poetry. Reading the List. "I. th.r any n.w. of th. warr" h .aid, Only Hit of th. wounded and oVad," u th.man'i reply. Without lifting hi. y To th. facaof tho woman .landing by; " 'Tl th T.ry thing I want." ih laid; . "Read mo lb Hit of tho wounded and dead." n. rad hr th. Il.t 'twai i.d array Of tho wounded nd killed In tho fatal fnyi In tho T.ry mld.t wi pain, to tell Or a gallant youth, who had fought 10 will That hi. comrade. anked, "Who it he, pray?" . ' "Th only .on of th Widow Gray," . , . i Waith.prond reply ' Of th Captain ntgh( Vhat aili tbi woman Handing nearT Her face hai tho aihen hue of fear I "Well, well, read on I f Ii wounded 7 quick! ' ' 0 Qod 1 but my heart ii torrow .Ink t I. )m woundoil J" "No, h felt, ...

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. — 18 December 1862

Cjje pnl) rectos. RILLSBOROUOn. OHIO. Thursiay, Deo. 13, 1802 ???????? NOTICE TO Mail Subscribers. Tbttnormoai rU iu the priea of pa per, &o., compel us to adbere strictly ia future to our terms of advance pat MI.it for til papers sent bv mail. It is only bv this meant that we eao afford the paper at (1 50 per annum. Wo hall therefore bo unablo to extend the tame indulgence that wo did last jear, by waiting a few months for tho aionov. Those subscribers whose time expires with the close of tho presently car will find this notice harked with a pen in their papers this week. We adopt this method os more convenient than send iojc bills. Wt shall send them the paper next week nod the week after, (January 1st, 1863.) after which all who have not re newed will be considered as ttiahiog to discontinue, and their papers will be stopped. Dec. 18, 1862. LATEST NEWS. Fredericksburg Bombarded and Taken —Great Battle on Saturday— —Great Battle on Saturday— Gen. Burnside Evacuates the Place. ...

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. — 18 December 1862

Matters about Home. Special Notice. $1 60 From and after this date, the trroi of thii paper will be ai follow! : To Mail Subsoriberi, (invariably In ftdvanco,) per annum, Town Subscribers, (including those who Ret the psper at the office, or Ilillsboro P. O.) in advance, If not paid within C months, " If not paid within tho year, This advance is renderod absolutely necessary by the recent large advance In the price of printing paper, equal to full 60 nor cent, on previous rales, tho j enhanced cost of living, &o. All unex pirod subscriptions will be filled out at our former rates. Hillsboro, Dec. 4, 1862. , S"IliDEB Wanted. See advertise ment of Mr. Rboades. , [For the News. A Card. The Ladies of the "Soldier's Aid So ciety" of Ilillsboro, doure respectfully to return their thnnls to tbo Lndics and Gentlemen, who so kindly prepared for. and assisted at the late successful Entertainment. By order of Society. V. H. WEVER, Sec'y S. A. S. Fireman's Entertainment. . The Fire Deportme...

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. — 18 December 1862

Farmer's Department. Sorghum Growers' Convention. ' A Contention cf pernons .ntertsied in Ik growth sd mnrcire of swr gtmm id (tit Stat of (Mi, will b held h t'otambm on Ike 6tb of January eit. bcrionioirat nine o'clock A. M. of that dir. The State Agricultural Con vention it to meat on tbe 7th. Tb Sorghum Growers Convention will be promptly organised on tbe 6tb, so as to enable tbe members in attendanee to at tend tbe Agricultural Conrention on tbe day fblIoin;. Good Butter in Winter. e . For tbe benefit of raj lady friend, I will give mj oipcrieDoe of twenty fire year, in mating nearly as good batter in Winter a in Summer, . In tbe firit place, we snppose lbo eowa to baro been feJ on good feed. .A ("tor tbe milk baa been atrained, put it on tbe too to beat.tither in tbe pans or in any otber way thought proper. Do not make it loo hot, or the cream wi'I oat rise; it may then bs placed in a clean o liar, free from rrgtibl or scything that will fUt the cream ah unnateraF tasto, or in ...

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. — 25 December 1862

J. L. DOARDMANJ Editor andProprletor. ) Jantilg laitnraf $ tforf$: la 1 Ilelos, politics, ftleratirw; riculturc, ; ' UTarluts, ' Lt. ( $1 50 a Year; ( Strictly in Advance. VOL. XXVI. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND, COUNTY. . OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 18G2. NUMBER 35. Poetry. "Blessed Are They That Mourn." Oh, deem not thnt earth's crowning bliss Is f.mnd In Joy alone; For sorrow, bitter though it be, Ilnth blemlngs nil Itiown; From llpa dlrlne, like healing balm To hearts opprotsod and torn, This heeTenly consolation fell "Bewedare the) that mown" At blossome smitten by the rein, Their sweetest odors yield As when thepViwsbaredcepeststrllies, nich harrests crown the flcldi So, to the hopes by eorrow crtuhed, A nobler faith succeeds; And llfo by trials f irrowed beart A fruit of lolng deeds. Who neTsr monrned, hth nerft known Whet treiwures grief rereale The sympathies that hueaanlie The tenderness that boals ' . The power to look within the rail And learn the hearenly lore The key-word 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. — 25 December 1862

'fffcepgjilank'lftfts. HILLSBOROUGH, OHIO. ii . - Thursday, - . - Dec. 25, 1802 ?" P ? f .? ? P P P . .All fottmattert art auihoriztd to act at cur Agtntt, and rtceivo aud forward money o tulteriptiont. ' ' LATEST NEWS. Th dispatches from Wihiiitoa are roll of ro mora of a rvptare and rctirgan iaatioa of the Cabinet. We fopy lmt the CincinoBti Commercial ays do the Bbjctv The Tines of TuesJaj . niglvi the reported settlement of the' dif ficulties by the returo of Messrs. Chose and Seward, is not jet fully accomplish ed, ai their returo ie on conditions that may still produce a break up. "We have from Cairo the tery impor taat news that the rebels have succeed ed, by means of cavalry raids in cutting the Mobile & Ohio railroad at several pointa between Grand Junction and Columbus, thus setering Ocn. Grant's connection with the Mississippi river at the latter point. It was over this road he obtained all his supplies. This is a serious matter; but of course the rebels cannot hold p...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 25 December 1862

Matters about Home. Special Notice. From tnd after this date, tho terms of .his piper will be as follows : To Mail Subscribers, (invariably In advance.,) per annum, $1 SO Town Subscribers, (inoluding those who get the paper at tbe office, or llillsboro P. O.) in advance, If not paid within C months, If not paid within tho year, 1 50 2 00 2 50 This advanoo is rendered absolutely necessary by tbe recent large advanoo in the prioo f printing paper, equal to fully 60 per cent, on previous rates, the enhanced cost of living, Ac. All unex pired subscriptions will be fillod out at our former rates. nillsboro, Doo. 4, 1802. "A Merry Christmas," And "Happy New Year" to all our read ers. May each and all of thorn enjoy the kindly and gonial influences appro priate to the season, and realize that life has its cheerful and Lapny hours, as well as those of care and perplexity. 'Christmas comes but onco a year," and may this return of the time-honored and holy anniversary bring with it as much of...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 25 December 1862

Farmer's Department. Sorghum Syrup Manufacture. , Wa .ears from tbt Piairia Farmer thai lairfj barrels of sorgaam ijrop arc no daily manaructoreel at Lodaabout ..,100 ilea loath of Chicago. Two set of 80 inch rollers aro usad fur crushing ...Abe caoo, and itey crash al the rait of ..','21 acres of. alalia in 24 hoars. The il'.julce runs from the crushing mills "ythroogh strainers into tank, from ."'!hlch it if forced by a pump to the top 'nfthtboildin and from thence it puis es down Into clarifif-rs, which are heal ;7 'erl with eteam. About 400 gallons of joice are reoeived at once into a eiariS- tr, and some lime water is miaed with ' it to pre tent it from- becoming aoiJal- lied. The seam is taken off frequently wtiilu the jaiea is kept iq a heated eon- ditioo, and when it bacome clear it y is drawn off into another tank, allowed to settle for a short space of time, then run into evaporating pans, and coneen , trated to 36 dejr. Baaroe. After this is drawn off in to iron coolers a...

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