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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 30 May 1866

iiii""i""B . 1 . WITH MALICE TOWARDS NONE, WITH CHARITY FOR ALL, Witlt FIRMNESS IN THE RIGHT AS GOD GIVES U3 TO SEE THE nnflg $zm-tM to $ oHtta; fpitrnture, gmp, gmt ami mtsOtrnm ate, ik, &r. VOL. X. WAYNESBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1SCG. NO. 1. RIGHT. Lincoln. . . . , ... I lw qmblicjih J A 8. E. SAYERS, EDITOR AND PROI'ltlKTOII. OfFICB IS WILSON'S HUII.DIN0, MAIX BTKKKT. TKItMS Olf SUBSCRIPTION. Two dollars a year, payable Invariably In advance. One dollar fur six months, payable, invariably in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. AnvKRTiBBMKNTa Inserted at $ 1 BO per square for three Insertions, and 50 cts. a square fur each laddltional insertion! (ten lines or less counted square.) Local advertising and Shbciai Notices, 10 cents per line for onk insertion, with O-A liberal deduction made to yearly nd vertisors. i.lrllnn.v.nnla nnt nmrkpil with tllO n'MU UIIIUn.lUUU.D Mv - ber of Insertions desired, charged ior until ordered out. tS-Obltunry notices and tributes of respect Inser...

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. — 30 May 1866

gito way to him." We may say this and do thia, but what wi.l bo the result! I tell you what the result will bo if God is iu the future what lie has been in the past. When we jmt our hand to the plough, we may look back but God doe not look back. His plough will go straight Hi mill stones will grind on. It Is educating this nation to its own origional idea that "all men are cre ated equal" On the condition of car rying out that ida.t, we hold our inde pendence, liberty, national life. We are to bo compelled to be true to it, sooner or latter j if we choose it will be eoouer i it we do not choose, it will be latter. i Wo are God's cliooscn people to-day. America is the lust continent the Almighty hat on this earth, on which to develop mankind they are to bo de veloped here into his ideas ot justice and human brotherhood. So, if wo refuse their rights to this humble, faithful, gontle affectionate race, God will do with us as he did with his other chosen peo ple He chose the Jews three ...

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. — 30 May 1866

WAYNESUUUOT WEDNESDAY, MAY 80, 18fl. SOLDIER CONVENTION. The Soldiers of Greene Uonuty are re quested to meet at tlio Court House iu W'oynesburg on Saturday, Juno 2, 18CG, to appoint DoleijnUs to attend n Soldiers Stato Convention to le held at I'ilts. burg, on the oth day of Juno next, and to further advanoo the intereus of the Soldier in this County. All honorably discharged Soldiers are requested to attend. ' ' ' Josp.ru Cook, Ch'r. . . Of Last Convention. , Guiiikr, liko tho Pro ident, holds his levees, adim'ting Democrats and Kepub lio.ias indiscriuunately to see his New tloods. Ukno Timks. Dy the last issue of this sheet we learn that it is compelled to suspend on itceouut of pecuniary embar rassment. This is deplorable as the Times was creditablo in every way to the editor, and to the County. Venango must havo been forgetful of her inter ests. Goll has ,one up to 138, but it don't effect ' the prices a partiolo at J auks Gum Kit's. Wk desire to cull the attention of our reade...

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. — 30 May 1866

wheeler & man HELMBOLtv breakers olten ' a cult tho firnt ruckling up the can draw it to l hih, nnd then lo run halt's day line of the worst Id inflict on a colt, err iiuurious to a younz home that been running in pasture with bis ml ilnun A IwirnA hIuidIiI lit well ccustonicd to the bit before (lie bit'ing harness is put on; nud when ho is hit bitted he shouM on'y be reined up to where he holds his head, let it bo high or low; he will learn that he cannot lower his bead, and that raising it a little will loosen the bit in his mouth, This will givo him the idea of raising his head lo loosen his bit, and then you can dr.iw the bit a litlo tighter ever) lime you put it on, and ho will raise his head to loosen it. By this means you can gradually get his head ad neck in the position you wish him " to carry it, and give him a graceful car riage without hurling him, making him angry, or causing his mouth to bo sore." SHOEING HORSES. Were you to examine the first one hundred horses you...

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. — 6 June 1866

ik 1:-' 1 ; i V, r WITH MALICE TOWARDS NONE, WITH CHARITY POR ALL, WITH FIRMNESS IN" THE RIGHT AS GOD GIVES US TO SEE THE RIG IGHT. Hincon, $ imk IfrHN I'M', f ittratwtf, prip, ome and pflcrflaneou! pt ?. VOL. X. WAYNESBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1866. NO. 2. 1 i : L:'. r 1 i ' - '! J: ! 1: , , 31k !i t. f : wy 11 t , Tl H ifj a im .1 Y "" iiiimi mmiavaa ntnmmmummmamamtumtmnu Lxenrnr-nmim , wwM J AS. E . SAY E R 8 , editoii and I'lioi'iiiKron. .OFFICK IN WILSON'S BDIbDINO, MAI BTKBJtT, TKRM8 OF BUHSOIUPTIOX TW'flollars a-year, payabla Invariably In advance. One dollar for six pionths, payable, Invariably In advanooi TERMS OF ADVERTISING. AnTBRTIBKMHKTB ill .1 1 1 :il $1 50 perStlliarO for three Insertions, an l.iOcts, a square breach additional Imwrtloni (ten Hues or loss counted a wpuiro. ) Local advertising and Bpeoiai Noticbs, 10 'cents per line for osb insertion, with ssrA liberal deduction made ti yearly ad vcrtiscrs. Advertisements nol marked with the num ber of Insertions d...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 6 June 1866

,. i.nror. ierc Xa" f lvory could noMr tin-so people to revolt, is it t all reasonable to suppose that liberty, equality and fraternity could superinduce ucha rcMiltt Who thou will begin it t the wluto Kobels, tho-supporters ef the Proiidont's policy! In that case one might safely declare that tho 1'resi dont's argument bear's heavily on hi friends, and in favor of their opponents; that it is an argument ag.vnst white and not against black suffrage. Beyond this what a nionstrom and abominable doctrine to propound nnd sustain, that tho United States can pre serve peace atu maintain tranquility in , iu ooruers only by ignoring the viuhtu, and trampling on tho liberties of f,U00, 000 of in loyal citizens A peaeo so bought, at the cxpunso of justice, would bo inoro onerous than any war. A re. public no saved would bo more unjust and iniquitous than any dospotio po.ver. 'Liberty," well says Dr. (iasparin, "im poses obligations. Wrong under a De mocracy is nioro infamous than under aa omp...

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. — 6 June 1866

H - - - b m : m . t M I in v. WAYNES BUltO: WEDNESDAY, JUNE !, 18I1C. BOnOUQII ELECTION. ThoElaotion, in this plaoo on'SaUir ,Jay .last, resulted na follows. There Wing no general interest taken in t ho election, tho rcsull ii Btrmtly p:u lisan : 'Uurgess, D. It. P. IIua ; Huroni;!) Constable, VVilliiuu Ilnys i Jitle of El cction, William Hurry lull ; Inspector, Tohn Wiley i Auditor, (.loorgo Ingliniins Council, A. A. Purnian, James W. Hays Thomas Iloskinson, Peter Drown, H l Phelan. V . jGcinuii is proverbial fur Ins low J 7'licCF-. . POSITIVELY Till-: LAST NOTICE. Tlioso owing tliu tindoi signed on Mib. cription, or for advertising wiil dense 'call and settle during Juno Court. O.li erwito the accounts will bo' I tit willi Simon Kineliat V. , for collection. L K Evans. Wait ron this wonhkim i i. Tkaixkh Hoiism. Prof. Ilamilion & Co. will ox lubit their -splendidly Trained Horses, VuiJer canvass in'Wayiieslmrg on Moil. iay ovening, Juiih 1 1 , and Tuesday after noon and evening...

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. — 6 June 1866

r FAH MCfiS' OLtJMH. GRAFTING CARE OP TREES. A the season lor grafting" is ap pfoaohiug, it id about time for some one to inquire whan is tit proper timo to out scions? My answer to this question would bo, all scions not readily procured at the time of grafting should bo cut in the winter, or any timo beforo the buds 'Start in the spring. Roason because then you have leisure and can make a better selection. All other scions should be cut after tho buds begin to swell, or as last as they are ncoded for grafting. Reasons: 1st. There is considerable troublo and risk attending the curing and keeping of wititur-cut scions till they aro wanted lor grafting. 2d. The old scions, by which I mean those cut beforo tho buds swell, may 'bo dead through tho inlltience of excessive cold, or some mismanagement in their curing- Cut tho new scions, or tlioso cut nftor the buds are started, are alive, for they haro commenced growing. 3d. Old suious, after insertion in tho Stocks, must remain for a wee...

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. — 13 June 1866

. .a pM WITH MALICE TOWARDS NONE, WITH CHARITY FOR ALL, WITH FIRMNESS IN THE RIGHT AS GOD GIVES US TO SEE THE RIGHT. -Lincoln. gmik to f iteiittiue, gmn, mt mt $fatlkvm$ m, to., to. VOL. X. WAYNESBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1866; NO. 3. AW, J AS. E. SAYERS, BDITOn AND rROPRtKTOR. pmou in wilion's iimiuwo, maim btrbbt. TKIU1S OK BUBBCItll'TIOX. Two dollars a v:ir, payable Invariably in advance. One dollar for six months, payable, Invariably in advance, TERMS OF ADVERTISING. k .................. i....,il nl ftl flfl nnPflflll Alt, tortlireoliiHBrtl)HH,iunl:.in:ts. ustniari!lri!iicli iMttlonal Insertloni ften tines or loss counted a square. ) Local advertising and Spkcul Noticbs, io cents per line for osb Insertion, with (5TA liberal deduction' rondo to yearly ad vertisers. Advertisements not marked with the mm i' ber of insertions desired, charged for until ordered out. iajObltuarynottaeB and tributes of respect inserted as advertisements. They must be paid for in advance. w. iTTaF...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 13 June 1866

iO BSTEOKS' CONVENTKtt AT PITTSBURG, "To give anything likes definite, con densed, account ot the entire proceed-' ingi would be Iruposible, and a detailed one we have not apace for. Wo appen ded the resolutions as framed by the Committee ot 33 as being the most im portant part of tho action ot the Con vention. Gen. Fisher, from the com mittee, reported the following resolutions Which were unanimously adopted amid great cheers, Whbukas, We the rcprcscutatives of tne soldiers ana sailors ot 1 ennsylvama assemble iu convention, in obedience to . a oall rcoognized and formerly acted upon throughout tho Common wealth, having in remembrance the Bufferings and trials endured by the soldiers and sailors of the Union in their successful struggle against the citrantio rebellion, and being delormiued to perpetuate tho great principles established by our arms ' and sanctihea by the blood ot our tel low-comriiues, uo resoive 1. That wo return to tho Omnipotent ltuler ol the universo our sincoro...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 13 June 1866

f oral Ipto. WAYNES BUUO; WEt)NE3DAY,"jUNE 13. 18(10.' DkatiI djf A Ubntunahian. On tbe 8th mat. , in this place, one I'kndt Mii.ks familiarly known in this neighborhood ai "Old Puilny," died. This womau was born lbs slavS of James Seatoo, who feavo hortoliisson in law John Hoicman, the first oleik of the Court In Greene County, an J the grandfather ot the presont Governor of W. Va. She was Irintiumittcd by Mr. Borcnian for her laltlitul services and kindness towards bis children'1 in tho year 1814, which is reoorded among tho first records ol this county. She has lived hero from that time until her decease, hut has for a long time been dependent upon tho fcliarity of our citizens for lur support Having outlived the eldest ot our aged residents nothing ilelin'.tj is known con borning her exact age, but it Is generally thought she was near the adanocd peri od ot 105 years, and has lived a devout christian during her life. GRAND CinCUS AND JIENAGEKIE! How many will gazo at the above i...

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. — 13 June 1866

T -JFARMEBS COLUMN, TrnnA-Trt Mivif Mnn-fw 4. lot ol CotUwold sheep having been seen in V; New ,Yorl that would weigh fioin 800 ' ' tol 400 lbs.', the proprietor ( Canadian) . . . was asked bis method ot fattening sheep, "and replied: '.' "In the first place I secure a good breed. That i the most important .rpoint. ' The next thing is to keep them growing from the iime they are weaned till they are takon to the slaughter-house, r.' neer allowing them to grow poor at any ...mn of the vear. 1 have fed them all the ha," peas and oats they will eat. p. a,-.; hitter than Indian corn for matin mutton. Oats furnish a nitro genous matter for the formation of nc oessary musolo. Toas produce more fat v than the same number of pounds ot cereal grain," , 'Do vou feed any roots and strawt" "Yes each sheep gets not less than one or two pounds ot turnips daily, with all the straw to eat and lie on he wauls; and a food shed is provided, with a sup nlv of Dure water, aud salt to lick at r j i pleasu...

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. — 20 June 1866

1 WITH MALICE TOWARDS NONE, WITH CHARITY FOU ALL, WITJI FIIiMNESS IN THE KIGHT AS GOD GIVES U3 TO SHE TilK UIQUT. -Lincoln, tmh ajici'-gcwtwl ta foliito, itcrattucf $otcip, .arac and iscfHajwouss' m$, to., fa... WAYNESBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1SGG. NO. 4. in i'Q - SADDLER ANU nAttNtia mnwi, MaXrly opposite WrJlouse, secured the so v l.cs , , m lll0 . .. ,iiiipai lamCD TTrTRrMOBVl O R E I ' 1 00 TO I . R HAS IVtt OlbliD A E W S A 1 N ! ! a Hi?b Whisk y, Brandies of oil . , Win Wlno AlX" -n'l UM tho where kinds, Gin, wwo. n i. u and guJ i- i.n Kmnotbst L'ncc I VII luv r 1J CHARLES IICKEY, No. S7 f'mAwWH 10)10. aim 80,'6r!: WAmIF.SBUROi f . 'tStaabiTSSTp s for pale, " tdilie-taBthe uJi'ilgnodi "titr nve. No. 1, fo l tiiiuhitlnsl Ongrwnt H!l W "'.ffit iTf ( i-rc for Pirn 5 id niotches. lUedy tor Freckles .iiwiBWMMWrniiMnj mnroti CURTIS AND GEARY. The llollefonlo "Press"' bu3'h : Governor Cm tin In sojourning for n few days in our hor nugli. IIo looks lwlu iiinl hearty, nml meets e...

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. — 20 June 1866

THE FENIAX& Nkw Vohk, Juno 13. A Montreal diipatch says tlio order falling tliu vol untcers buck from tlio border has been countermanded, owing to tho introduc tion ot die resolutions on tho neutrality uct into Congress. An Ogdensbttrg dispatch says on ot General Jleado's el all has ' expressed foam ot lurihoi- Ironblu nl Jiuflulo General Meade was suddenly culled back from Albany to tha' p nit, four conipati ie of troop havu been ordered from Maloi.e there. An Ottawa dispatch says another raid is expected at Fort Eric Fourteun Fenians, have been arrested nt Hamilton with important disp itches in their possession- Jnlormation as to tlie movements! of troops is forbidden, and something important is on the carpet Large number of Fenians are reported as assembling alonj the south western border. A Buffalo dispatch says: Tho Fenian Gen, Burns lias challenged Col Lowry, of tho Jlrit ish l'mcts at For Erie, to a pitched batllo uli two or three th usand troois. THE CONGKESSIUTfiCANlNU ...

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. — 20 June 1866

r ifr my WAY NES U U 110: WEDNESDAY? JJnE 20. lRiiC. We will receive suhsoriptions for tho Rr.rntucAU to tho 12th of October for 60 cents, ' THE FrUHVALS. Tlio past week litis Uui'ii one of life: iiml festivity. In (iiidiiion l0 its being the week of court, with mi uniiMiul siir and activity in business circles, thu Ktsiivnls ot the Mite Societies of thu M- 1'. mid V. P. Chut'ulicH, as previously announced through our columns, cntnu oh". Tho lui'incr listed during thu evenings ot 13th uud 1 1th last. In view ot thu limited aeeunimedaiinns too lunch can--uot 1). said in praise ol thu eoimnkUe 'on arrangements, lietreshnients were of tho best and in ample (jumililie. Our ;ci:izun8,aee:iiod to bestow their gratuities liberally, and tho Society we have no doubt was bountilully rewarded in i's cominondablu c!i'jrt thus to soeare public donation. Tho "15ryaii .Mite S iciuty," ot the 0, P. Church, javo their onlcrtaiiimeiit on Friday evening last. To say that it, was in every way a couipli...

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. — 20 June 1866

wWtiBS' column.. Bpevi the plow ami P"d the harrow l'osce and planty send ubroad, potter mr the 8iudo and burrow; Than the cannon awl tho sword." SETTING OUT AN ORCHARD. Mb. Editor. In your issue of April 1st, is a oommunicatiou from (J. S. B., who scoiDB to have an idea Hint ettinr trees (standard apple) two or tlneo limes as close as is commonly clono, will bring corresponding results. Ho proposes to tot his trees 15 foot apart, instead of -10, which will tako seven times ni many trees, instead of two and a halt times, as ho has it. I agree with him that it is useless to cnuumher tho ground 12 or 15 years tor a half crop or less, when it is just as easy to have a full crop. Neither would I wish to wait 15 years fur an object if I could attain it in seven; hut apple trees don't boar a full crop in seven years. My orchard has been out 16 years and has never had a full crop. Your correspondent reus ons thus: ''If I plant 40 trees, when they bear a bushel each I shall havo but 40 bush...

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. — 27 June 1866

WITH MALICE TOWARDS NONE, WITH CHARITY FOR ALL, WITH FIRMNESS. IN THE RIGHT A3 GOD GIVES U3 TO SEE TIlE JllQUT. Lincoln. H aittUu "gqtt-QmM to golttu& sptcrntut wtign, omt arid fptdlittifou w$, &r., &i vol: X WAYNESBU11G, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1866; Wu lcimlUtn, J AS . E .SAVE R 8 , EDITOH AND l'llOl'lilKTOIt. fJFFICK IN WILSON'S nUll.llINO, MAIX BTHUKT. TKKMS OP SlUSCmi'TlOX. Two dollars a Tear, payable invariably In advance One dollar for six mouths, payable, invariably In udvance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Auvkbtiskmknts inserted at l r0 persquaro for three insertions, and 50 cts. asiiuaro tur cadi additional insertion (ten lines or less counted a square.) Local advertising and Si-koi.yi. Noticks, 10 cents per lino tor one insertion, with erA. liberal deduction made to yearly ad vertisers. Advertisements not marked with tlio num ber of Insertions desired, charged tor until ordered out. ffj-Obitunry notices and tributes of respect inserted as advertisements. They must b...

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. — 27 June 1866

othly riuuunre, neusioo 01 a ivh might thrca- jiioray ot consump- oxtrant mnnrv nrinnH From nn actual analysis urns, wiiu auo regard to rage product ami present btate, the prospect on tho was lor Buven tenths ot a li favorable) weather and absence asuallies, before htu'vestincr. Tho aliens point to threo fourths of an I he total held ot w heat in hio and Indiana nnnear. to have sutler- cd most iroin winter killing. A pros poet for thirtydour per cent of a crop of winter wheat in Indiana is sullleiently discouraging. An increase of lour tenths ol the averago growth ot spring wheat will afford some httlo relief, and ought to bring up the avemge to halt n crop. Ohio U leported at four tenths for winter . wheat wish two and one-halt' tenths more fur spring wheat, than usual, with ' as little prospect tor winter wheat as Indiana. Quite so large an iiicreaso ot spring ivheat, will give about tho samo result, 1ialf an averago crop. Illinois, now our greatest wheat growing State, promises s...

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. — 27 June 1866

-J . ; -VT WAYN ES U UUUi WEDNESDAY, JUNE 120. 18H0. We will receive subscriptions) fur the Rkitiii.ioan to tho 12ih of Outobor lor 60 cants, . NO PAPER NEXT WEEK. The next issue will bo ou tho 1 1 tit of July. Printers alike with all laboring f men must have their recreation. Where the "Jovil'Vill spout his FourtU weean't say as we are not to have ny iu Waynes burg. Wo (tlinll hold ouisolvos in readi uess to do all Joy Woiik, that may re quired duriut; the interval. Anyone repotting celebrations that take place iu our county, wo will be happy to give them i ublioatiori. N. Ui.MtK & Son, have just ioceivo.1 Irora tho city of Philadelphia it large stock of Youth's and Hoy's clothing, and are aro now prepared to lit all persons. So bring on your boy, mid save both money and labor by buying them units already mado. 'For fear soma of his friends may mistake tho place, we would add that bis room is still in tho same 'old houso," onlj only ahem! '; livoin abronii-slone front 1" Last S...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 27 June 1866

1 i - -rfT. T. I 7 'yytV,' cSnon aud the sword." - For tbe Itepublicnn. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. With lha fanner an with every othor alass of men "timo is money," and at the t present high pnoo of labor, everything which tends to lighten, quicken and cx- ' pedite toil is just so much money saved, and takes just .10 muuh more drudgery irora the man and places It upon the an imal. It is uumcessary to go into an argument to convince any man who has given a" moment's reflection to labor-saving machines, of their utility. ' But there is a class of well-meaning, well to.do, and tolerably thrifty farmers, who never r give or.e thought, or take nny action to ward securing the immense Advantages of machinery unless their attention is called to it by some enterprising firm Hence many persons of this class would bo benefited by having their attention called to the many advantages of improve td farm cultivation. How many of our farmers do not take even ono of the many excellent agricultural jou...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
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