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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 11 August 1863

1 " 'ii.n Aj- r 'fj '1 ,Uv.rn.j ' the Noblest motive is the public c.dbb. " I : ftoMisiier k Pi'oprleW j f ' ... I iff wifttf A1 VOL VII. rcLiM r,rNf tumint Moftslttl II If it, m. im7,-Aja,0, vrorricn, 4W aw, . . qipaMti lU Cimrl limit, WagnfiilitifiJ, Ni . Ms Month. In advance, l.no i Onn year, in 1rnn, 43,00 wlihln tho year fl,'i'; if Hoi paid witwn tin year, ,.. (Tbmwi terms will In irtrktly ndliered to. . XnvKiiTiiirMr.trriilnw!rtc(1 fitr tl.iR per trinnrR for the flrnt tlirM Initertiiind, und 'lit cunt for rarlk Ktdltlonal Inmirtlim. A rcliirtlon will W uiiKla on xlvvrlUcmcuU of half or whole tolumn. Xim Work done nt till office In tlie nentest Ann m'rttt expcdltiou mnnner, and on reMona 1il term. 'TUB LAW oy NEWSPAPERS. 4 Mithaf4Hta 4vHA ia not irlv flllwM no- Vlca 'trt th contrft lto connldcrud as wUlilng Vo continue thnir suhw!rlplVon. 2. If nhs'iHNts wlcr the discontinuance ot Vhob neA)VcTs, tha pttl)Uihe Winy continue , ataA Iniiin until all arrearages ate paid. . If sults...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 11 August 1863

0 1 2 he jgqmMifan. Ho! comrades, tec Uao Starr flag, broad wav ing At oarlieail. IU ! comrade-, oisrk tlio tender light un the dew rmhloui sproad. Our father's Moot) tins hallowed it; 'til pnrt uf ' . their renown , j Anil palsied lu the caUiriiand would pluck Us ctoricKikiwu: Hurrnk!..liuriuli: it U. our lioino, wliero'er thy volon fly ; v Vi wla with tliov tlio victory, or In thy shad v - ow diu! ' ' . , WAIXKRBtRO, PA. r i. I. E T A M S , Editor & Proprietor .,i;:ft: s .!f l'j . u : v , TUI&DAY, AUGUST 11, 1803 UNION STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR: : ; ANDREW G. CURTIN. V', " ; OK CliNTHK COl'NTY. ?0R JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT: ! ' " DANIEL AGNEW, .,. op' nm'vj'.u coustv. 1:;' -I ' t . , . We havo placed at our mast head to ( - tiny, the names put in nomination by tlio ;:' Union State Convention,' at Pittaburcrh. '. on Thursday l ist, Avdkbw Q. Cuktin ' !; for Governor, and Dniei. Acinew for ; , i .Supremo Judge. j The whole proooedingi of tho C.invon-; tion wore itit6res?t...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 11 August 1863

. ... TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1863 ' . . - A 1 A TO tK Puolt IIoi.SK Wo tjwiil opr firt visit to the Poor House ft" h,;riMlrty J was shown tlir6'uh BHI1"JS. 'liich wc wrb glitd to' find i U commodious nnd every way conifer UUo., We coiifiisi! tlmt olif prejudices gainst this method of administering to ' tHe wants of paupers were rill reluovcd by our visit. Tho paiipers, of vhom there are quite n nuniher of nil doserip " Hons and conditions, deemed to bo as Contented and happy in their different apartment, us though they were heirs 'fco tlm mqiinif nr..-i. r .1 .; -"v hiiui uwm milUII Ml 11119 11 eontentment is ntributublo to the kind ness, nnd rood management of the keeper, ...... sxii.viis, aim ma nmiauie , And agreeable family. Improvements 'bn the Turin re rapidly being made and yvcify thing gfves -evidence that tho insiitutiou will provb every way satisfac tory. ill m M i . . A . 1 1 f I Bkmooiuts Hkkkabouts would bo do .lighted tosce all the dratted republicans go to the army so as...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 11 August 1863

- The Uero of fieltyiburf A f iend who recently visited the scenes where tlio Federal w. 1 '.n, in the vicinity ot' Gettysburg, won such Im perishable renown, has imparted to ua poiuo valuuble information, or at least om original thoughts, in reference to that momentous struggle which wej doem worthy of being conveyed tn our reader. It will be rmembered lliat tlie advance of the Army of the Potoinno iu td h- Gen. Reynolds. No sen eral officer in the army of the Potomac, no well as General Reynolds understood geography of that region oi country. . Ue saw lit a glance that the position of Cemetery Hill was a point on which the Uttlo dopoi.ded. There was 110 time tor consideration. The plan and its ex fiuition were twin thoughts, conceived and Iwrn amid the roar of battle. A moment's pattso might hnve been too late too lite even to secure a decent retirement or save his command from mii overwhelming slat'g'.tter. Hence the impetuosity of the attack made by Gen Reynolds. Hence ntler bo ...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 4 October 1865

1 ' bot r?4 1 .mm irait'dnr nu - im imitu ih rusm mm hihi hi mi ra n j "ww f-3 sa y h ii iei psm ii iu ii if ftfa Hum I I KJ Icrl I LI i.-. Hi MUU . I Fir Kt I ltd 1,3 ktl - lit 1 PCM , M M cSl 14 L'J Ml t.1 LI id L a t-.l El El I PI II nn II II 75 ll III II M t.tJ I HI J l.v J .- Aa toT M It Et'LV IA H Wl f.1 K M M TVMVM1 Ml , X ll tfl'-v tl i H tl II 11 t IV U i II I3J A 'I 1 i y. I ".A ' j - . 1 V ; . J r,tr; ,' VOL. IX. BY AB. "W ATKINS. OKVICB 05 MAIN sr., ovrostus oomrr H0U8K. TERMS Of BIIB8CB1PII0X. hit months. In advance. il.00 : One year, in advance, $2,00; within tho year $2,25; if not paid wltliln tejvear, TfclUS OF AI1TKKTI81N0. ADVBRTiaBMBNTginacrtcdforiill.BO per squaro . Arat tltrnn InUArttollt unil All cnntS for 1U1 uiO in iw 1 each additional Insertion. XA reduction will bimade on advertisements uf half or whole column. - Miftii Akin r6Pi PLAIN ftNU rr-- , and on reasonabla tuig. THE IM P.ftRlMEIQRGAMS. tu-w ? w oi lurent etyiei!. auuutud to bacrcd ana y-vTOtniar mn...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 4 October 1865

T - " ; "".'Ju'' ' " ... iilii in 1111 rliim 1 -n 1 - ' " -.niMlii 1 hiiumiim, v', j 1 tI 'J iSHr, ' VAYKKSIJUHf.': . .... t , , Wlm STATS TICKET. AUdTTOU GENERAL i , "JOHN F. IIAHTUANFT. w MOMTr.ostiuiYcor.sTr. SURVEYOR GENERAL: JACOB JL CAMPBELL, or cumitu tou.vr- 1KMTKICT OIO.Y TICKET president junmi JOHN K. EWLN'U, or FAtniTu COUNTY. CuONtY UKION TICKET. ASSEMBLY, .COL S. MILTON DAILY, OF HA11I0N Tl'. TREASURER, JAMES L. DONLEY, . or ii;iiuy ti COMMISSIONER, ARCHIBALD' G. J'OliDYCp; . W CKSTKK TP. AUDITOR, John civvYiNtf, or Cl'HIILIILANU Tl'. POOR HOUSE DIRECTOR, ' JACOIi lilNEIiAUI', OF FI1ASKI.IM TP. . SALUTATORY. Tlio readers of Hm R publican doubt less expect in, in biking charge of it, to conform to a time-honored custom by setting forth tho e so ,V(J illUln l pursue in ita editorial conduct. Wo, Lowuvcr, deem it iintiwsrary to any .more llia.v th.it we shall endeavor to uisiaiti me rrood 'nnmn tl.n -aiued as t fair and h,,'..," of tho lli.on cause-as a ,i,,h ,o toil Ul'-l...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 4 October 1865

PES ACE V Wednesday, October 4, 1805. CRIME. ; In almost ovbry pajer wo reeeivo we find a record of some horiiblo criino committed, either by burglars,' rubbers or murderer. Our own county is not nloar .of the miscreant who prowl.nbout the whole country seclttni; to till their pockets with plundjr. Out. .Hyinduy errning, the 24lli nit., tho store room of Morgan Liull, located .nt Ur.iy's OKI Stand in Riohill tovthship, was brokon pen and several hundred dollar, worth it' goods stolen therefrom. Suspicion was lirectod against n young man named Win. Owei', who wan loitering about Mio county in dilTerout localities, and lie ' vns arrested and brought beforo Justice Webb ot this borough, who committed .'him to tho county Jail. Subsequently, The Emperor of Brazil has appointed a 'Board of Health" to luvestieato and de cide what proprietary remedies should to admitted into the country and what ex cluded. After come month s session they havo reported condemning them all ex cept Dr. .1. C. ...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 4 October 1865

I A. . m I WllfllttMK Ifc J tor Ihn, furlhohw;.u1H(1, L- -:'-, -- - Zl rCirr ' . 11,0 vall,e nnJ biMinw. I ,81 GEN m ibiiui u in in hit. , . i . FJLL "mess court hor m vu wni,i court a farm for the strong, n .i.. vT mo aim and the perfecshun ov tho titl , ,. er as tho alio waul a fule aud v.. ,fc. or, court hor in the kitchen, in the par lor, ovcr;the wash tuhand at the nL nor i tfimirft ' 7 " young innii, and tyii don t git a real good wife. ti. fu won't bo ui the courting Vu can rely on this, and if vi. I.,., .i . . ' - ...a mese ru.s wnrk n-t end ', and I will ghow yo how tho thin J- .v.a and it shan't cost yu a ,ent for it nnther' A littlo crirl. aft chTh whore she sn'iS up for tho first ti.no ,.i.i 7 . IlIlltA At.. I .1 . . --- with rj"r7i17 r S- W,t'r ,,"l,Khe Mi-I, nn.. . .1., . v.v ""m. u mau F.uiu uronnu With BOIiio ninn take any." & ELECTION CLOTIIISi AT THE ESTABLISHMENT OF N. CLARK & SOIrobnation! MAINE STREET, WAYNEBUliJ wHETtHnd by an Act ofthe Oono- "leal Assc...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 9 May 1866

WITH MALICE TOWARDS NONE, WITH CHARITY FOR ALL, WITH FIRMNESS IN THE RIGHT AS GOD GIVES U3 TO SEE THE RIGHT.-ZtflMn. gmty I awfvotctl to I'olitics, jpfgNgwg gmlp, grote and fpcfUaiiMus tw, &r., &c. WAYNESBUUG, PA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1866. NO. 48. VOL. IX. She fcpljlicau. ja. ST 8 A Vers; EDITOR AND PROPIURTOR. 'OFFICB IN WILSON'S IIUII.DISCI, MAW WBBBT. TKKMS Ot BVK80H1PTION. Two dolUrs iv year, payable Invariably . In advance. One dollar for six months, psyaUle, invariably in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. AnvsHTiSKMUNTS inserted at !i I (H) per square forthree insertions, ami .wets, ascjuarefbreaoti additional insertion; (ten Hues or less counted a square.) Local advertising and SrBoiAt. Notices, 10 cents per line for osb insertion, with tyA liberal deduction made to yearly nd vcrtisers. Advertisements not marked with the n'un bcr of insertions desired, charged lor until ordered out. t3-Obitunry notices and tributes of respect insetted as advertisements. They must be paid ...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 9 May 1866

lit qniMiau, . WAYNES I) UUU J. E, SAYERS, Editor and Proprietor. FOR GOVISBNOR, GEN. J. W. GEARY, ." OF CUMBERLA ND COUNTY. ' THE TWO PLATFORMS. It is seldom we deign to notice the low, dirty, schemes : entered into by the copperhead party to accomplish their desired ends, but the case betoro us is one of bo flagrant n character, of suoh im- becile design, that it compels us to say some little concerning. Ye observe of late, a card in circulation among the citizens of our community, entitled the "two rr.ATcoitMS." Upon its face is the picture of a white man and a nogro side by side, under tho former the words, "Clymer's platform is for the white man," and beneath the latter, "Ghaky's plat form is for the negro." Upon the back of the card are the names of a great many of our Representatives in Congress and the Legislature who have in soiuo measure befriended tho blacks ot our land. A more minute description than this we have not time nor inclination to give, all we wish to do is to ...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 9 May 1866

7 r (V. 41V i..3-4i WAYNESUUUU: Wednesday," may 0, 1 8(10. Auout Town. Why is it that so miny of our resident do not jrid themselves upon the appearance and general stato of affairs in cur vitiligo ? Surely we are delightfully situated, ours Wing a "city act upon a hill," and com manding splendid facilities tor enibel lishmeutniid renovation. We are not acquainted will) the laws of the borough, but one thing id certainly evident, that ,it there are any, they are not enoro d. Some tow years sinco our citizens did make an effort to eoulribu'e to tho looks of thin":) hereabout.-, and w hil't tlio 'Hpirit moved" did reaPy fence some of the town common and sot out a few : young trees. Time passed nnd " 1 he ' l'ark" flourished titiely, unlit some one, J 'mean enough to bleat acorns Win a . blind sow," thinking that tho fonoiiig of the public grounds was an infiiiigeineiit upon tho rights of their '-lean niul bun- gry" stock, tore Iho boards off iho fence to admit the cows and hogs to the...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 9 May 1866

,iuattJNO.-now to improve it- It you ask this qucsiloof many far Nen, (be only rejjIjKill bo, break up hi4MWirwti. Olhora will liesi- elore giving this uniform answer er- win insist on looking at ine Jana .first, or at least will wish to know what ia the matter with the present grass crop la some part of llit field mossy or boggy! or does it grow certain coarse graces which indicato undue moistura at tho bottom! If so, their eyes will be opened, and they will reply, in medical language that under draining is indicated." Nothing does the land need so much as thisj nothing will do it material good, until this is first attended to. Plowing and manuring will be nearly all useless, 30 long as the land is clogged with surface water. If this is not the trouble, thny will enquire whether lout weeds have got possession, to the exclusion of wholesome grasses If not, but the trouble is aim- impoverishment of the bid face by cropping, they will advise to scarify the sward in tho fall with a hea...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 16 May 1866

. ft ' . WITH MALICE TOWARDS NONE, WITH CHARITY FOK ALL, WITH FIRMNESS IN THE RIGHT AS GOD GIVES U3 TO SEE THE RIGHT Jtocofa. i lamilit faiKi'-gcvctn! to golitfos, itentar, otcigu, iomc ami fpcfOimcous. tm, fa fa VOL. IX. WAYNESBURG. PA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1866. NO. 49. 1 4 1r- it.; 'lit c mtlmcmi JAB. E. SAYERG, KMTOIt AND NiOI'lilKTQIt. V)KHOK IN WILSON'S llllll. I'IMl, HJ1S HTItKBT. ' TBttHSOF" SlIISCKll'IlUX. Two dollars Tear, puyablj invaiintily In (lvanco. One dollar for six months, payable, invariably In advance. TERMS OP ADVERTISING. , ' AoVWlTlSKJIKNTS instated lit SJI 50 piil' S(tl:U'v) for tlireo Insertions, und JO cts. a sijuai-o fur each addiUontil insertion; (ten lints or less counted a square.) Local advertising ami Sri;ei vi. None us, 10 cents per lino for oNniuscrlion, with tSj-A liberal deduction miulu to yearly ad vertisers. Advertisements not marked with llio lum ber of insertions desired, tinned lor until ordered out. Obituary notices and tribute f respect Inse...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 16 May 1866

w . r VAYNKSIIUIKJ: J, E. SAYER3, tJilor ami PrUprTcttir EOlUiOVElfNOIi, GEN. J. W.UEAltY, OF CUMHEHLAND COUNTY. -MEML'Hld MOT. On our first page, wo givo tlu details of the "rciijn ci terror'' as it existed for two or thrce'ilays in tlio city of Memphis This wholesale, unprovoked, inhuman barbarity of tlio "chivalry" toward tho unoffending freodmen of that pluoj wo consider as unprecedented m modern history. During the war. it was not uncommon to hear of tho fiendish at rocities committed by southern men upon the colored soldiers of tho north, but at a timo liko the present, when every ef fort is being mule be amicaoly adjust iill social and political ViflMfTccB, for sueh out-bursts ot private enmity, and haired to come to our cars, from sueh a source, absorbs that of mercy which had alrrady found its way to our hearts It will be observed by reading tho account that not only negroes, but white men and women of northern proclivities wero objects of special vengeance We wero shown th...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 16 May 1866

ti WW ' i I M&3 WAYNKSHUKU: WEDNESDAY,' MAY I (I, 1 80(1. THE "CHIEFTAIN." We this week havo the pleasure of an nouncing to tlio public, that tho above named vessel belonging to tho ''People's Line of Steamers," Is entirely nnd ele gantly furnished, ready lor seivico. Slio made her first regular trip up to Greens boro, last Saturday, very heavily laden With passengers and freight. On her passage up she was greeted with every demonstration of joy by tho people on tho river. Men shouted, Indies waved Vheir handkerchiefs, and tlio boys cut all kinds of antics. In one place they had but the martial music, arid played w hat bight liavo been "Yankee Doodle," or "Auld Lang Syuo," but it Hounded like ''Hail to the 'Chieftain', who in triumph advances." She ha? every accoin idution 'for passengers and freight and her build 'and appearance reflect great credit upon tho energies of the Company. We hope the eitizuns of our county will give them liboral patronage. Tho ' Elector," the eecoiid...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 16 May 1866

- FAR MESS' COLUMN. " ' ABOUT FRUIT TREES. We have received from a correspon. '. dant at Jay, B.," also ono from Jefferson, "A Subscriber," letters of inquiry in regard to fruit trees, but with the present crowded stale ol our columns it is impossible for us to print tlicm In full. We trust what follows will givo ' each tho information ho requests, but moanwhilo invito from our correspon. dents anything from their own expert enco or observation touching tho mat ters embraced in the queries. 1. The fall is considered tho best timo to sot out applo trees, but if neglected last fall, do not let tho spring pans willi- , out performing the job. 2. Pruning requires a wholo column rather thou tho lino or two wo can give ; it. Tho oporation is performed both in the winter and summer, according to circumstances. Winter pruning should be performed with as littlo injury ns . possiblr 10 tho bark, using sharp tools And covering nil wounds with paint, grafting wax or shellao dissolved in nloo ho...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 23 May 1866

1 WITH MALICE TOWARDS NONE, WITH CHARITY FOR ALL, WITH FIRMNESS IN THE RIGHT A3 GOD GIVES U3 TO SEE THE RIGHT. Lincoln. lainiljr f ty(tmti& U f tKtttg, $tmktt, gomp, mt ami igkcUiincaus tm, to., &c. VOL. IX. WAYNESBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 2371866? rum JAB. E. SA YERS, editdii and pnomiKTOB. fcFHICK IN WILSON'S BDILOINO, MAW TCItHKT. Id TKKMS OV SUBSCBIPTIOX. two (lolliirs a year, paynbla Invariably in advance. One dollar iir six months, payable, invariably in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Advkktisumksts Inserted at $ i 50 persquaro for three insertions, and ") -ts. a square for each additional insertion; (ton lines or less counted ii Riinare. I Local advertising and Si-koiai. Notions, cents per uue lor Diwuuerviuu, 0"A liberal doduotlon made to yoarly ad vertisers. Advertisements not markod with the num ber of insertions desired, charged for Until ordered out. y()bituiry notices and tributes of respect Inserted as advertisement!. Tiny must be paldtorlndvanco. I. O. Off O. ...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 23 May 1866

h (jtnlUtnn. WAYNKNHUKU: J, E. SAYERS, EdiUr and rroprictcr. FOR GOVERNOR, GEN. J. W. GEARY, OP CUMRERLAND COUNTY. On the 21th inst. the people of West Virginia will volo on a Const itutional amendiuont excluding rebels from all right! of citizenship. The contest seems to be animated, but the Union journals are confident of buocsss. Wo sincerely wish them well, and a glorious majority for the amendment. It will be oininoin of the sad fate that awaits nil eouserva l! u.. Tim Committee oa Military Affairs like roported a bill for the Equalization Of Bounties. The bill has not been made known fully but is understood to award a bounty of $8,33 per month to all soldiers(white) who served between the be gluing and close ot the war, that already paid to be deducted from the annum. Congress will take action as soon as practicable and it is thought the bill will pass. The appropriation will require, ?20O,O0O,0OD. The First of this week the Senate will take up the Con.itituUOiwl part of tho r...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 23 May 1866

WAYKESBUIU WEDNESDAY, "MAY 23, 180(1. IIohrkTamkim. Our town was honor, ed by th presence ol one of the abovo class during the past week. On Satur day evening ho delivoreda free lecture to quits a number of our citizens at the Adams Inn bat whether he convinced the peaple that he was a humbug or not, we did not learn. Wonder if ht would "give ni onr money back !" I you want Muslins "what is Mualius" tO JxMHt QlIIIKHJ. go Ficki.b. Tho weather has prove! very treacherous of late. We have teen having it windy and disagreeable stanshiny and pleasant, by turus. No rain, however, which we are very much in need ot at present. The farmer' re cnlly planted crop are suffering from the existing drouth and there is great tlear by many that if the coi n, cane Ac, is not soon refreshed by copious draughts there will aaftin occur the old routine of replanting. We must not complain until we see, as it it said, "all things voik together for good " How 1'uovoKiNO, Did you ever road what you supposed ...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 23 May 1866

OWING. ruugii flowing is oi me nrni uce 10 an nouiKiunl return iiv arrest. Soils of modornta nu iness will feed growing plants tar bettor than tronger land, ii thq former bo bromrht to B proper mechanical condition by lino comminution of tlie soil, and the lutter bat imperfectly tilled. . ... The soil sorves as a medium fof fixing tbe plant, and thrgiigh. which' it receives lU pabulum,' or plant lood In order that the rootlota which seek out and take up this food may spread through the soil to the best advantage, it is necessary to t hve it in such condition that it mav be easily penetrated. 15y thorough deep , working this eud is attained j it also ad- mits air more readily, which h ono of the essentials in vegetation; moistute is v more equally dis1 limited, and retained , where necessary; warmth, so essertial to vegetable growth, is also admitted and retained, so that At every step the roots of all kinds f plants find nourishment. By adding fertilizing material it is dis tributed...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
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