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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 16 March 1865

92 GO a Year; ) Strictly n .dance. NUMBEE 47. J. L. BOARDMAN, Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. & $mh 0ttranl gebolck to pus, )i)Iilics, literature, ggrtcttttttre, . -i . li 111 EIILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 18G5. Poetry. [From the Western Christian Advocate. MINNIE BROWN. BY MRS. MARY E. BEAVERS. y.imn hath 1 It tin buila of promise Srattered Ml alone; Hfe'e wnjr human haarte to make more tender, And December Urea like May ; ' Beauteoua bude In Iiore'e roe crown (' ' One le Minnie, tweet end tiny, One It darling Minnie Brown. Karth hath little radiant sunbeam, Glancing here and glancing there ; Sunbeams, whole exquisite brightness Make this drear old world more fair ; Gene of Hint In Love's tweet crown ; Hnnbeam Minnie, tweet and tiny, Tou're atunbeam, Minnie Brown I Karth hath little wayalde angelt i Often fear we, they'll take wlngi ; Soar away, and ting In hearen, The tweet tongt the terapht ting ; And our fond hopes scatter down ; May the good ...

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. — 16 March 1865

niLLSBonouan. onio. Thursday. - - -March 16,1865. LATEST NEWS. We gitan .be following important .(tins of news from todaj's (Wcdnes daj's) city pipers. Richmond is in a panic Sheridan is reported bjr rebel deserters to bare taken Ljccbburg and advanced to within 20 miles of Richmond. Gen. Schofield telegraphs tbat Brsgp was whipped on the night of the 10th and retreated across the Neusa river at Kingston. Onr entire loss in the three dajs fighting was 2,000, and we captur ed 2,000 prisoners. New Hampshire on Tuesday elected Union State officers by 6,000 maj. and 3 Union Congressmen, a gain of one Gold is down to 178. ' Sheridan's Doings--Lynchburg and Richmond Canal Destroyed. Gen. Sheridan has followed up bis victory over Early, (which turned out ft be true after all, except that Larly Himself was not captured,) by capturing (Tharlottcsville, and making terrible Havoc with the James river canal, lead ing from Lynchburg to Hicbmood. The locks and Iridgea on the canal were all destro...

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. — 16 March 1865

Matters about Home. ftWnira rwnlrlhat their barter with tin "X ft.rkml oppotlto thHr nntnMi, ttlll mideritand that tht tlso for which Ihej have paid hM eipird. THE MGIILIND WEEKLY NEWS 18 PrBMSIlID EVERY TIIUIWDAT MOrtHISO, Offlc of PnMlentlon, on Main street, east of Hlgn.np Stairs over the Post omr. TBH-JVI8. MAIt. 8UDSCRIDRR8. jlngl. rone, one year ' month. J I month irrnnnl lnTnrlal.lt In ndTance. No paper sent k. mall loncer than the tint paid for." tVAantrnnipf will lml grails, for r club orTinrabaerlberiai tneaooTe rates. To floldlera or their lamillee wo will send the pa per forU a year. TOWN HUBSt'MBim.l. Ta itinaerlh.rs'ln llillsboro and Tlclnlty, th Nrwi will ho promptly doliTorod l.y Carrl-r. or at the I Post limn or omco or pnnncanu.., . In trance, or within 1 month At Iheand of months ? " 4i ti.. end oflho year ' mm-iA... n.mnt lireterreil In all eases, rtilb. ertbera will ho nntllled ul Iho aspiration of their Hint by eroes on their paper, or bjr lilllsenolosn I. or H...

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. — 16 March 1865

Farmer's Department. Sorghum Sugar. After experimenting for fivi yer"., Mr. Robert Moore, of Bloomington, Illinois, bus discovered a method ol cryitalixition, by wbicb the yrup from irnphre and Cliinrio unr-cne c be advantageously roducod to near. Su gar from aorgbum baa heretofore been produced on a email icale, but no me cess baa attended the cff irts to mann facture it extensively, and to brior H into market at reaaonable prioei. Da ring tho past year Mr. Moore bas made about nix hundred pounds of sugar, and Mmplea ot- it sent to us show it to bo of very cood q-ialiiy. While all kind of cane syrup can be reduced to sugar, it is now agreed that the imphee variety U the roost profitable, on account of the pur'ny of its juice and the superior richness of its saccharine matter. Mr. Moore states that he can produce sugar in large quantities as quickly as it is obtained from the ordinary sugar cane, and at prices far more satisfactory to consumers than those now prevailing. The estimat...

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. — 23 March 1865

i in 'i & . . i J. L. BOARDMAN,) iw&l 0ural iel)0ieir to $fctos, bli(ic5, literature, Agriculture, Pardets, ' c. S 92 50 a Year; ; ; ' j Strictly in Advance. , I NUMBER - 48.' . Editor and Proprietor . ) VOL, XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1805- ' fltaaJeWsaea. 1 &sftjW Ik Poetry. [For the News. [For the News. THE FALL OF CHARLESTON. BY SALLIE. The eet atrotiRhoia if Treaaon, 1 Th Babylon ol our day, " Vile trallora have (weaken, . And tul la wild aiemav. ' The emblem of Secession ; Ho'moreahaJl a'eT her wave, While vlctlme of oppreeetoa L " The boAn of Freedoai crave. . Hut now theee frt.tore.4 eajittvea No more bow down Willi feer, " 'Since the Jornue about of Librrlf, . ThronghM! the land we hear. TMl '-Bativlon haa fallen," lot the people all rejoice, i And In aonge of i, lad tlianltiglvlng i ; - Unite wjth heart and ndce. Thnttgh tlie garm of foul Rebellion tlaa long been nurtured here, flDwadlng death and deveaiatlon Oer he land, 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. — 23 March 1865

eloven States are not represented on that floor, ii do halt of the Govern ment, and it is fortunate in Wing with ia itself, the virtue and power of aelf prcservatioo, wlien bad men thus oon epire tolreek it down," ; Those eleven 6tatcs, after four years of bloody war opon the Union, are realiiiog the bitter frotti the rebellion bas brought to them, while they ere pained to behold, that the loyal North, holding firmly in their doty end allegiance to the Constitution and the Union, hare grown, and pros pered, under all the responsibilities and burdens, oar- national! elrngles bare imposod upon them. It is a noticeable faot, not much to the credit of oar Congress, that while the rebels ecorn to ooenpy their p pointed seats, they never lack for an ad locate, when any prominent measure is nendiotr. affectine their interest. IT soldiers are to be raised to fight down the rebellion, Totes are cast against it if money is needed to foed and clothe the soldiers, wbo are bravely fighting for t...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 23 March 1865

Matters about Home. Bnheerlbnrt receiving their paper! with, an "X" n.arked opposite their names, will understand that the tint (or which they hv paid hu expired. To Advertisers. dsir advertising patron! will oblige at by han1lB( la thslr favor a early as Tuesday, In order to icur their InMrtloa the mm k. No Train Since Tuesday Noon. the trnios duo bere TnesdT evening, and to day (Wednesday) at noon, both failed to arrive, and op to 4 o'clock, when we went to press, nothing bad been beard of the eaiwe of the deten tion. There, is a rumor brought by a man from Lccsburc, that the engine ran Into a iree and burst its boiler, but this may not bo reliable. The telegraph wires have been blown down by the high winds prevailing for the last two days and we are therefore unable to got any dispatches. ,T. I- Thuraday Mornlng.Th train arrived last evening. The detention mi caused by tre felling on the fcnRtne nd crippling It, on Tusedny afternoon, near Weetboro. Ko one wet hurt. [For the News....

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. — 23 March 1865

Farmer's Department. [For the News. A Few Suggestions to the Farmers of Highland—Deterioration of Crops and Lands—The Cause. Mr. Editor : I observs with pleas ure tbit jorj sometimes recommend to yoor country readers, to subicribe for Agricultural papers. Intelligence and education are indispensable In other departments of labor, and there is no good reasott why they cannot be made arailabla to farming. . I know of no other employment in which more skill nd judgment are necessary, or in which there is more room for improvement. And this is a subject in which the busi ness people of your "Model Town may well take an interest. They can not fail to be benefited by an improved mods of culture, which will eoonomixe labor and increaso the productions of the county. Farmers sometimes prido themselves onbeincmen of deeds and not of words. It - Would be well, however, if they would be a little more communicative. If you could induce them to communi cite with' each other freely through the co...

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. — 30 March 1865

irnlb Immtal itb to $tttos, fitcritluvc, ;,. Agriculture, iPariitfs, tfc- IITLLS BOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. MARCH 30, I8G-5. $2 50 a Year; J Strictly in Advance. J. L. BOARDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor. ) VOL. XXVIII. NUMBER -10.' - - - . - ,i , . j f Poetry. [For the News. AN ACROSTIC FOR OUR SOLDIERS. BY G. B. WILLIAMS. m how hit yonr foe It falling t . Vl tar t he erlee, Rnd groans with pain ; ',' Y. T.ry role la one of walling, ,, ft latins out, "Our hops. are vain t " 4l nny daye you're nobly fought Mm, A nil bre heard hie traitor cant, X ow a mfcftiraril riu bare taught Mm : '"8 HERMAN. SnERIDAM Rnd ORAKT." n ow tli rebel heart must flutter 1 '. It Terr day mu,t bring new frarel B letting arma" aud "Cannon'a mutter" 1 ntrnde upon the Chieftain's aara. ' f ally now yonr strong lines tighten A ronnd the monater In your grasp K e'er can he tlila burden lighten ; -,; B rwirMjp nowj he aoon will fatj. .member well, 0 care-worn trothera, ,' I . A II your Sghtlug's not ...

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. — 30 March 1865

Cc Dtgllnni Idas. HILLSBOROUGUI. OHIO. Thursday,- - March 30, 18C5. .1 LATEST NEWS. The long quiet in the ermy before 'Richmond broken list Saturday, by ladden od forious asRiult oFtha reb el forece on Fort Stedminj one of the workion the loft of our , line. They acoeeded in eaptnring the Fort before daylight, and btld it for a few hour?, bnt it wai soon retaken by our troop, after eerero fight, tod nearly 2000 rtbele wore taken prisoner. They made several attempts to regain wha1 they had lost, but failed in each, losing hearily in killed and wounded. Our loss is officially reported by Gen. Grant, at 110 killed, (800 wounded, and 849 missing total 1,7G8. Gen. Sherman reached Goldsboro on the 22d and made a junction with Gen. Schofield. IIo had some pretty severe fighting on the 19th, in which the reb els at first gained some advantage ever the advance of our forces, and compell ed them to fall back to their main body. The battle was then renewed, and the rebels were badly beaten and...

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. — 30 March 1865

Matters about Home. "SC. Unnanrltiirsi rnvlvlna; Ihnlr napord with an "X" n.jrkK't oppnslti. tliflr miwi, will iinuarstaui that the time for whlnh thy harts palil hM axplreil. THE HIGHLAND WEEKLY NEWS IS PUBLISHED EVERY TIIUrtiPAT MOBSI!" 9 rsSS' OlDc of Pulillratlnn, on Main atrrrt, mm of High) up Btalrioror thn Piwt Oflice. MAtti 8UDSCTIIBERS. Single-rnpy,nn your 11 " n in.nlhs fin 1 2"i " 3 munlhs ''8 IWPnrmcnl lnvarl.il.1y In ailvanra. No paper tent liy mull lmir tlmu tho Hm paM tr.fn H"-.n rtlraciipy will ha sent gratis, for every club of tkm duliarrtuars at thaabov. ralod. ' PlTTi "...Mli-ra or their families sio will lend the pa per fur il ir. tows sru.suninEtis. T" SuWrllx-rn'ln Hillshnro ami vicinity, tha Kr.tn will ha promptly' iti-Hswd hy Oarrl-r. or at h Pout ymon or oflUf publication, on th following tnrms: In a.lvano.nr within I month 'J JJ At tha ami oftl mnntha -..-....2 iJJ At tlie-eml ofllia year tw IMrAdvnne.i. pivment preferred In nil "' "n" rrllri will h untluwl...

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. — 30 March 1865

Farmer's Department. Breaking Colts. la the tpring of tbe jesr, while the ground li toft n! the temper sobered bf lo teti end rolsxing atmosphere-, li the best timo to eommenco handling colte. In the first plsoo, tha liandl'iog ol colti iboulJ not be entrostcd to reckless and foolish boys, wTift will go about i. without sense or reason. . Tbe educa tion of a colt is like the education of a child, requiring as much judgment, and more watchfulne, than when tho colt or the ohilJ come to a bolter under standing of themselves and those the; hire to deal with. :Th first'operation is what is usually termed halter-breaking; but all colts should be bandied with the halter from tbe. time they are able to run with the dam, and should need no "baiter-break ing." When this is done, tbo first operation is (o accustom tbe colt to the bridle bit. This should be done with perfcet gentleness and progressive ap plication of tbo rein, so that tho colt will understand what is wanted, instead of being as...

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. — 6 April 1865

' iamib lountnl i to pus, Dlitics, tteraturc, gricnUure, ptarhels; c. j $2 50 a Year; Strictly in Advance. J. L. BOARDMAN, Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. HILLSBOROUGH. HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 18G5. NUMBER 50. ;MEW GROCERY! 36W .DD FAMILY PRODUCE STORE! rMIK SCnsClUBER respectfully Informs his old I friends and the public, gone rally, that ho has open ed now GROCERY and Produce Store, on the wont side of High street, oilth of Main, on rloor south of the F.jtpre twice, where ha Intends to Veep a good assortment of Kamllv fJrocarlcs and Pro-du-e, whirl, ho will toll AT THE LOWEST PKICK8 KOK CAMl. trw The highest prices paid either In cash or trade, fur Duller, K(.'K nnd Country Produce generally. Give mo a call and 1 will guarantee sattaiaciioo 'with mv aoods and uricee. GEORGE W. ' Illllsboro, Marrli 1st, lHiln. BABUF.nK. mar2yl A. H. MADDOX. II. H. MADDOX. ,lltntdox V itrothcr, , f (Idyll St. a ftU rtooil SoaM of Eiprtu OfiM.) KKKf ON II AST) and Manufacture to or...

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. — 6 April 1865

Carlin bad ft fight with Whesler'i oav-! lry. 28th Right wiog moved from Cam den towards Cheraw, encamping oo Lynoh's Creek and halting for three days, waiting for the left wing, dolayed aUhe Catawba Kiver, to get op. MARCH. 1st Loft wing moTod to Hanging Hook. 21 Left wing moved to llorton't Ferry Oo Lynoh's Creek. 3d Tho left wing . being op, tho whole army crossed Lynoh's Creek. 4th Right wing oapturcd Cheraw. Left wing crossed Thompson'! Creek. 5th Right wing and part of the left crossed the Great Podee River. Davis con I of the loft wing moved up to Sncadsboro. 6th Davis crossed the Great Pedee and the whole army was massed to move on Fayetteville. 7th Left wiog moved to near Down ing River. 8th Right wing at Laurel Hill. 9th The whole army marohed oo the several roads converging at Fayette villa to within twenty miles of the place. 10th March ed to within ten miles of Fayetteville in line of battle, anticipa ting ao engagement with Hardee. Kilpatrick's cavalry atruck the rear ...

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. — 6 April 1865

Palters about J)mt Snheerlber reewdvlne; their paper with n "X" (narked opnoalte their ukim, will nnderatand that In Um lor which thy have paid hu expired. TI1E niGnilXD WEEKLY NEWS IS PUBwISHIO KVitnr thuhsdat morning, Officaof Publication, on Mln .treat, eaal of High, up. Btalrtovor tha Pott Offlc. TBIIM9 MAIL SUBSCRIBERS BlnjUenPT."" year, i A month. ...12 M ....1 SS S mnnthi ,., nS No papr aent rarPavment Invnrlahty In advene by mull tenter then the llmo paid fnr.-w T7-AntronpTwlll haenf ratle, for every club of TaaanlMKrtheraal Ihealwveratee. w-Tn Soldtere or their farollloa we will land th. pi- per fur f 2 year. TOWN SUBSCRIBERS. TnSiit,ec.rirr.Mn nitl.rt-n and Will b. promptly delivered bT C"ri;V,fI,'t.ttarm. OITIcoor offlcoof pnbllcatlnn, on the following term.: In advenee, or within 1 month " At the nid of S month. J !" At Hi nd of th year w VAdn p.vmenl preferred In all caee. Snh erlher. will he. nntid of tha .titration nf their time by cro on their paier, or by bllLencloe...

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. — 6 April 1865

Farmer's Department. [Correspondence of the News. Culture and Manufacture of Sorghum —Information Wanted. MOURERTOWN, March 23, 1865. 'Mr. Editor : For the benefit of a new bfgioncr, will too pleaae date, tbrongh the columne of your exoelleut "Ntws," tbe leading Items in the cul ture and manufacture of Sorghum? When and how to plant, how to culti tate to best advantage, when and how to gather, and what kind of machinery ia best for griodiog and boiling, espe cially (he latter ? . Doubtless many of your readers will be able to answer from their awn expe rience. Very respectfully yourf, J. M. As the best mode of obtaining; the information desired bv our correspond- . , Cat, We Publish hlS Communication, and hope our old friend and favorite contri-' L......i..n . . ..?--!. T t.i I'uiur 10 mis jyaparcment, -uueie ien, who understands the subject as well as any one we know of, will do us and the public a favor, by answering the in quiries through our columns, at his earliest convenience....

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. — 13 April 1865

$2 60 a Vear; Strictly in Aivance. J. L. BOARDMAN,) Editor and Proprietor. ) rc rtcitltiirc, Iflarhds, HILLSBOROUGH ; Hid HL AND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 18G5. VOL. XXVIII. NUMBER 51. $mh Journal Sfbolcii : to Utos, $fllmcs, Jattralui NEW GROCERY! J33k- J3J mM PH0D11CE STORE! TnK BCnsCnmEK roapectrnlly Inform! hla old frlondaandtbe public generally, that ho haa open ed a new ' OB. mid Produce Store, stlitt toa KOB CASH. 1TThehlgbeatprlcca paid either In caeb or trade, of Butter, Kgga hl toiletry J'rmlnca genernlly. Give me call and 1 lll guarantee aatlefactlon with my good..nd P'-,, W- BAIUlKfi. Hilliuoro, March lit, 1. ' mar2,vl A.n. MAPOOX. r 1 1 . H..H. MADDOX. ' lImtdox 4 Urothcr, (HiflHW. o (Vw ilmr Soafa o firjww Ofltce.) KFFP ON HAND and Mann fart lire to order on short noli, all klndaof Raddlca, Ilurnoaa, rlil- dlca, mid nil other nrtLIca In their line. er Repairing dona promptly. Terme low forcneh. Illllaboro, March lit, 18(. mar-'ma mirn 1 1 11 U 11 U ill FOU SAL1...

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. — 13 April 1865

W3 HILLSBOROUOn, OHIO. Thursday, April 13, 1865. Proclamation by the Governor. our ' ' Thb State of Ohio, 'UxecuTiYB Drpartmint, r .... , April 8,1865. Tho God of Battles bai blessed inbied.'ina the glorious cause of human freedom. Unoer His approving smiles tho patriotid and brave men in the field hive achieved unparalleled triumphs. The rebel oapital has been conquered and given baoV to the Union, and the arinj1, that held it in rebellion the strongest obstacle to peace has receiv ed a terrible shock, and our gallant ar mies are pursuing it to final extinction. 'For all this wo owe praise and thanks giving to Almighty God, recognition of the services and sacrifices of our noble soldiers, and rejoicing over the triumph of the tight, the crushing of the rebel lion, and an earlj return to peace and prosperity io tho land. . . It is therefore recommended that Friday next, the 14th day of April be ing the anniversary of the full of Fort Sumter be generally observed by the psoplq of the...

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. — 13 April 1865

Matters about Home. i groWrfbert receiving their paper with on "X" n.arkrd nppolte their name, will nndemtand tht th time for whlrh they hav.pald hM expired. To Advertisers. Onrtilrertltlng patron wilt oblige nt by haiidlmj In their favor M early aa Toe day, In order to near their Insertion th ram wnk. Tableaux This Evening. 'Owing to the Union rcjololngo on Friday t-eotng, the Tbleut by the Young Indies of Oakland Feraalo Sem inary will be given Thit Evening, Thura day, at the Court House. We learn that the Tableau! have been prepared with' great care, and anticipate a very 'agreeable entertainment. , - Union Thanksgiving Services. Io accordance with of the Governor, Union Thanksgiving services, in oommemoration of the re cent glorious Union victories, will be held, at the Presbyterian Church, on Friday Morning, April 14, at 10 o'clock The paators of the various ohurohes will .tirir,fn In the eitroiaes. All are r. , invited to attend. Union Meeting on Friday Night. There will be sp...

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. — 13 April 1865

Farmer's Department. Wash for Fruit Trees. The .best ' bran'ctci of fruit . tr4e mitla BoWing'half ft fioiinri 'of potash In two gallons of ,wajr. :Th.a la appliad wits brush at any eeagoo, but, perhaps with most sffoot in apriog. One, or, at most,. two. 'applications will rid. tb atoms of trees of tha bark loose and render It smooth and glossy. It Is fai mors effioaoious than whitewash as a prerer-attoe against the attack of in sects while it promotes the growth ol the tree, and adds to the natural lively color of the bark.; The wash of epft soap is also a very Rood one for many rnrcoses to the potssh wssh. The soap Wash is best for old trunks with thick and riffld bark, as a portion of it re mains upon the surface of the bark for some time, and with tho action of everj rain is dissolrsd, and thus peoetratos into all the crovices where inseots may belodged 'destroying them nd soften ing the bark itself. . Or heat one pound of 'sal soda to redness id tn iron pot, and dissolve it in ...

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