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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Greene County Republican. — 11 July 1866

r : if-1 1 f '' JrTTN AAm;A irjX A ,tt A WITH MALICE TOWARDS NONE, WITH CHARITY FOR ALL, WITH FIRMNESS IN THE RIGHT AS GQ GIVES U3 TO SEE THE RIGHT.-Zico2n. VOL. X WAYNESBUKG. PA.. WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1866. NO. C. 1,U rauM-?.F?i ". . " ' T 1 ifi.i.....jj ,j .. l ATS. ' F. . S ft Y E EI S", i:ii:'oit .vi ri:nri;nrn!-. Wfici: in wn.snx's iirti.iuxu, M us stiiuit. TKHU1 0i' !illlS('i:U'f!()N'. Two doll rs a v-ir, pnyrvlil .1 Invariably In nilvunco. Oac dollar for six immllis, payable, Invariably in advance. TEllMS OF ADVSItTISING. Aiivi:iiTisKMi:sTs inserted at ff iiO ii'rsiiinri! for tln-ce insertions, mid .Ulcts, 11 square furcncli additional insertion; (ten lines or less counted a squiiru. ) Local a.!vrttsto- nml Si-i:ei i. Noticks, 10 cents per line lor osciu'.cNioii, illi g-3"A liberal iludu.-llon liul.) lo yearly ml' VCt'liSl'I'S, Ailvc ltisciiii'tit not ivn'.oal wilh the n"m bcr of insertions desired, charged tor until ordered .out. . ' e;r!)hlluiry nolle -s nnd trilmtof respect...

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 July 1866

AR IN EUROPE. -r-J'1-". imuuici I'ilu Ol WHS nufuina'u paper tliu record, of the chief "evefits ot thctiist week of tho European war. The, result thus fur is n suecefi of Prussian armies, which meets, if it doc not surpass, the boldest expectations of the triends ot 1 riissia. r On the 14th of June, tho middle States of Germany, by voting tor the Austrian motion in Frankfort, had declared their readiness lo join in a war against Prus sia. On the I.V.b, Prussian troops had entered two of theso Slates, Saxony and Hanover. Ono week later, on tho 23d, tho larger portion of both Kingdom, including the. capitals of each, were in tho hands ot the victor. Kings Minis ters and unnias, were on tho flight i and as to tho irriny of Hanover, it even was Btill doubtful whether it could make good its escape, us Ihu Prussians had captured Cassel, wh'ch lies south of Hanover Tho Grand Duchy of He-ise-D.irmstadt. Ihe Electorate ot 1'Iesse-Cassel, and the Duchy of 1 1 assail hid already shared tho fat...

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 July 1866

r WA YN JiSU UHO: WEDNESDAY, JULY II. 1 HBO. "IIOX. GEO. V. LAWRENCE. , This gentleman has luul sovoral now I'ost Offices created in Greene comity, Viz : Ono rtt Wiley, Dunkard township, oi.e at Gray's Landing, ono re-opened tot Fordyoo, formerly Monlock'8 Clous Uoads, Monongnliola townsliip', nml has also prociM'cd a now mail route from Now Frcopjrt to Vindriil,'c, in Greene county, winch was to commence on tho 4 th mst. Skis sale of Real Estate under head of New Advertisements. Nnw 'Fmicic "Wo nolo liy tho hist Washington Ilrpnrlcr thru it comes out in an entiiely now dress. Wc must Bay tlirit it pros nts tho neatest appear niico of any Uouniity paper wo have seen yet in Western Peim'n. lis type and Us arrangement doe credit to tho taste hnd stylo of tho typo's, having charge Wo aro pleased to seo our neighbors succeed, their paper so highly esteemed by their patrons us to enable them to refit. Their success is duo and mny the paper, aliko worthy of editors and pat Tons, continuo ...

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. — 11 July 1866

"Speed life plow and speed tholuirrowj Pcueo and plenty send abroad, Better far tlio spudo and barrow; Than the cannon and tho sword." ITTTVIATII AVU TllTTTliMl M Ii'lVO Tlio judicious laruier will oonmionco the dairy season with liiii cows in good heart, uulliuienily prcvi.leil with flesh to meet easily ilio driifls Wliich tlio milking Sanson will muko uon them. Where this precaution has been ncgluctoil, the result will bo an indifferent yield of milk now, and nn early drying up in Riilumii. While tko calves are permitted 'to feed fieoly trom the udder' thor in little trou ble in extracting nil tlio milk from it, but when tlio weaning time comes, many cows arc viciously retentive, greatly to the annoyance of tlio milker, and to the detriment of the dairy products. In those casos, it is poor policy to get into a passion involving club law; on the contrary, mildness should be used, nnd a friendly relation established between tlio animal and the milker, as soon as may be. This oueo do...

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. — 18 July 1866

I '''''' 9 -':: V ) MWIPMill NI - HUM I '"I1""" " hJ" Mt-1L i , , Mm II I1IMWW 'I IIWll llll ill. I 1 1 -, III 1 H (IB WITH MALICE TOWARDS NONE, WITH CHARITY FOR ALL, WITH FIRMNESS IX THE RIGHT AS GOD GIVES US TO SEE THE RtGHT.ifoW I uuilu fayCT-jwoted to foMw, literature, oreiw, grate and pieeUaneous m, fa, &e. "TOL. X WAYNESBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1866, NO. 7. JAS. E . SAYERS, EDiTpn and pitoiMiurroi', 'opviok in wii.n'h ni-u.niN.:, mun striikt. T Kit. MS 01-' SI UM'Klt'riOS. .Two dollar a year, payable invariably in advance. One dollar for six months, payable, Invariably in advance TERMS OF ADVaRTISINO. Aiivkrtirkmknts inserted nl i so porsquare fortbreo Insertions, and fillets, n square for each additional Insertion; (ten lines or less counted a square.) Local advertising nnd Bi'kciai Notions, io cents per line fnrosi; Insertion, with ejr.V liberal deduction made to yearly ad vertisers. Advertisements n it marked with the nm ber of insertions desire I, charged for unt...

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. — 18 July 1866

otoody urn; rTlvU jJ7thniLHtb ot Juno btdta Ken piace in ujiicnua iiciwceu me ur miei ot Trunin and of Austria. Thq.ro stilt, ic sowns, was far' 'from being de cisive ; on llio ountrury, the Governments of both Austria and Prussia woro shout ing over a pretended victory. ( . Tho Artnv ot thu Elho having oscu pied Uuiuhonbtii-g mi thu 2.5th ot June, advanced without meeting with any re sistance, on tho 'Jtjtli to Turnau." On the 28lh they had a severe engagement at Miinchcngrnlz, in which, according to the Prussian statements, tho Austri nns suffered a loan of 2,J0'J men." The latter wore compelled to retreat to Furstenbruck An Austrian dispatch mention that subsequently thu I'iih sians Q'lvanced even so far as Gilschiu (or Jioin), but that at this place they were so thorougly dcfcntol by Gen. Edolsheim that they had to evacuate Melnik, Dauba and Loipa, an I retreat to Hiemcs, a town near the Saxon frontier Thu army of Silesia, under command ot tho Crown Prince, had entered lo hernia...

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. — 18 July 1866

r WAYNESII UKU: WEDNESDAY.'jULY 18, " I Slid. Evknisg Although Wnynosuurg cannot boast ot tliu ninny public improve tnents, facilities nnr various other addi tions that contribute to lliii "inaka up" ot a handsome country village, yet n stranger,-or any one, pcmlin,n nn even, jng or two With ii in the summer sea son, must hcknowlorigi that wo mo n gay, fun roving, stirring, sociable towns looplo. It llicro is any one tiling over jwhich wo like to hoast is tlio good socio j,y, hospitality of our citizens, niul our jlino looking young ladies. Kvorings now is just tlie time to see till this ven ded, No sooner have the shadows at. tained their greatest length than every tiling niul every body seems to have awakened from l' o lethargy of the day. Stately maids and matrons, indulge in pleasant, door-step, ehit elmt,"g ly girls" and "festive boys" timing the Nide walk, enlivening their promenade with mirth and repartee. Loud mouthed ' urchins contribute to the general ounvivalty, and last ...

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. — 18 July 1866

FAHMEBS' COLUMN. "Speed the plow ixnil siccil Hie barrow; Peaces niiil ih'iity send abroad, Better far tho spoilc nod barrow; Tlian the cannon nnd tho sword." ' SrAnBTiuc Vooii,e"kwh. As is woll known, woodpeckers subsist principally upon tho larvso of tho tree-bcetles or borors, which they obtain by picking holes In tho trunks and branches ol the trees, and thrusting in their long barbed tongues and drawing tho vermin from their lurking places. Somo ot these Woodpeckers have at times been regard ed as Injurious, from the fact that they aro called, in somo localities, sap-suck-crs, Trom tho mistaken opinion that they suck tho sap and cat tho soft inner bark of some of tho trees. A Hist. It is well known by all hay makers, that the soles of boots or shoes, jn tho hot dry weather during haying, becomo smooth as glass, and full as un certain for a foothold, jis well as danger ous on the top of a load, or in ascending nnd descending tho mows. Now, to remedy this evil, I take tho soles f...

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. — 25 July 1866

V WITH MALICE TOWARDS NONE, WITH CHARITY FOR ALL, WITH FIRMNESS IN THE RIGHT AS GOD GIVES U3 TO SEE THE RlGllT.-,(W;i. I miljt -gapw-gtwtd to pities, fJitaturc, omgn, gjomc and IptcUmwu gUutf, fa., fa. VOL. X WAYNESBURG, PA.. WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 18GG. NO. 8. s JAS. E. SAVERS, Hurroii and ruoi'iiiKTor. OFKIOB JJ WILSON'S MIIMIINO, MAIN' STIII'.KT. TKKMS OF SIBSCKll'TIOX. Two dollars a rear, payubli) invariably in advance. One dollflr for six months, payable, Invariably In advnnco. TERMS 0? ADVERTISING. AnvKimsKMKSTs inserted ut ffi 50 per squaro for three insertions, and liOcts. u square t'r each additional Insertion; (ten lines or less counted a square.) Local advertising and SrwiAi. Noricus, 10 cents per linu for oNiiinsertion, with yA liberal deduction mado to yearly ad vertisers. . ' Advertisements not marked with tho nm bcr of Insertions desired, charged for until ordered out. t30lUuary notices and tributes of respect Inserted as advertisements. They must . bo paid for in advanc...

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. — 25 July 1866

CLOSE OF THE EUROPEAN WAR.. The Intelligence firm Euupe, is of itnrlHtig importance. The war is yirtu ally fiitlc'd. Austria sustaino I such a defeat, iu a great pitched batllo in 'Bohemia, which lasted t r twelve hours on the 8d ct July, that tiho lay nt the 'mercy of Prussia, anil (in consequence of an arrangement which has been well understood Cor Home timu past) Veiutia baa been presented to tlio Emperor Napoleon, who tt'll givolt'to Victur l-'.iu- ' Manuel, no doubt; but, judging from t ho past, not with 'lit receiving n handsome equivalent. Moreover, Napoleon Ins cent proposals of peace to the Kmp;s of Italy ai d l'russia, Iholirsl can nave no object in prolonging the war. which is very costly to a kingdom oicvhcnl, and ears in debt, for ho is about obtain ing what ho went into the Held In fight fori and though the prido of Prussia . would bo greatly gratified by a conqu eror' march thr:ngh Austria, and a military occupation of Vienna, it is very doubtful whether Fiance and li...

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. — 25 July 1866

J. VVAYMKSUUllU: WEDNESDAY, JULY 25. 180(1. No Coiiiif.ction. We notice in llio last Messenger an artielo denying to tlm Hon. G. V. Lawiienck tliu credit of es tablishing the late post route between Wind Iiidgo and New Frecpost. . It -says it belongs not to liitn but to Mil. J. Lazsau our former representative. Vn ,havo no further informnlion llinn llint of last week nnd to thnt wo adhere mi less more satisfactorily informed. Guinea says if people will not buy their goods of lilm they must lose money. WiiatNkxtT On what was to l'nve been "bIiow day," a seeming ennui ex isted ninong the crowd in town. To .dispel this torpor an eccentric individual .played the part ot snaka channel', in tlm jhfiernoon. Having clitaiiied, hy some means, nn enormous Llacksnake, near seven feet long, ho paraded tho street having it coiled around his person. fir regsing.it.pii'ting its Iliad in his mouth; and handling muuh in the same manner ('as an eflecliouato (?) la ly would a lap dog. No doubt it was ...

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. — 25 July 1866

FABMEBS' -COLUMN. "Speed Ihu plow and speed tlio harrow; Peace mid plenty send obroiul, Belter fur thu spilu iind barrow; Tlmn tlio cuiiiion niul tliu sword." TURNIPS-PUliPLK TOl'S. From tlio flint of July to tlio first of August, turnips may bo put in. I prefer the Purplo Tops. Tlicy may succeed other curly crops; as onions, peas, grcon corn, early potatoes, &a. Superphos phate ofTuiio willlio found an excellent Bubstituto for barn manure in the culti vation of most turnips, .got excepting vcn tlio mta bagu Iu putting iu tins orop, tlio sowing should immediately succeed the harrowing, and bo complet ed while tho soil is moist and fresh to inauro tho germination of tho seed. Drilling is preferable to broadcasting, as it enables the operator to adopt a more thorough system of afterculture, and to keep the soil in a condition tho most favorable to the rapid and healthy de velopment of the plants. Any light land will prove congenial to this crop. Hone dust is an excellent stimulant...

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. — 1 August 1866

if I y Vs.: WITH MALICE T0WA1IUS NONK, WITH CHA1HTY FOIl ALIWI'ITI 1TUM'KSS IX THE niOIIT AS GOD GIVES U3 TO iSlflS THE IMCIIIT.-Khim I lamilit fiici'-gci'otMl to pities, fpikdtuvc, fweip, oiitc and llU-ircUnncouc adcn-d, r., k VOL. X WAYMSBIJRG, PA.. WEDiN'SSDAY, AUGUST 1, 18CC. NO. 9. 71. ft V She jit c pit Hit an. KVKltY IVKUXIisilAV .MOKXlNti, nv JAS. E, SAVERS, DK1-ICK IS WILSON'S 1IIMI.IIISII, SI MX S'NIHKT. TUB MS It!'' tifli.snill'TKIX. Two dollars a ', pavil-b Isiyjiriulily In advance. Oir; dollirr f;i i)io:.tlirf, payable, invarlnlilv 1 n advance. TERMS OS ADVERTISING. AnvHimsi'MHvrsinscilcdul if,'l "ill persiiurc for throe insertions, imd.'iOots. a square fur ouch nddiliiinid insertion; (U'li lines or less counted ft Hipinru. ) Local NilvcrtMiis mid Si-nei m. Nonce:-, III coutH per linu for osi; insertion, with (BpA liberal deduction niaelu lo yearly ad vertisers. Advertisements not marked Willi the win ner (if insertions desired, channel for unlil ordered nut.- WOhltii'i...

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. — 1 August 1866

THE NEW COMPLICATION IN T" Under tho above cpuU ,. o...l tnut HllVS. York 2Vw" 01 U1U . , ' l The following poinis, we iu..., , .iU nnRidered as ccrttt'mt --,u." uUcl' France is icter,'will exurt wwl influeucaJjft-'Tlio Emperor of Auslrin eolbn'fovinoo of his Knipiro except onutia, mid even for timling some ter ritorial compensation lor tho loss of Venetia. To this view neither Italy nor Prussia will make mi nbsolutold reiid -tanoj. It is true, tho Italian inhabitants uf the Tyrol and of Trieste have just made a now .exhibition 'ot their desire to bo incorporated with Italy, mid tho Italian Government is said to havo insisted that tho question of Southern Tyrol bj regarded as an open onoj but 'after the cession of Venetia, tho enmity between Italy and Austria will never again assume tho former dimensions, and the diiof causa why Italy sought to weaken Austria will have been remov ed. As regards Prussia, Count Uismark would be likely to have littlo or no ob. jeetion to indemnifying A...

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. — 1 August 1866

1 " w - - WAYNESUURG: WEDNESDAY, AIIUUST I. 18ii(i. ' Dull Husinoss in town for the, last few days lin been very dull owing, no 'doubt, to lurinerij being busy with their "harvest. I'eusonai.. Wo uie uidobted to the IIos, G. V. Lawiik.mok, for tlio Report tot the joint Committees ou Reeonstruc. tion and other miuorbut important duo umonta. ( It Is'doulitfnl which are bost, Qutnuu'ii Jokes or his culicoes. Don't fail to attend the "Lilies' Fes tival" tills evening It promises to be a rtehcrche affair, as indeed, like ocoa Vioiis have proven to be under their su pervision. It is for all. The .old, the young, the rich, the poor, the grave, the gay, let all ho. , 'Pur money in thy purse," i. go to J. UUIIIHU'S- Ik asked the question "what is the staple product of Ureono County V wo would reply, "blackberries." Wagons come bailed with blackberries, ruddy faced farmer's boys trudge ju laden with blackberries, every urchin in town Las its mouth and hands stained with blackberries, every ki...

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. — 1 August 1866

FAHMEKS' COLUMN? ''Speed tho plow Mid speed the burrow; Pence and ploi ty semi abroad, lktlcr fur tliu spndu and barrow; Than tlio cunnoii nnd lliu sword." . ' CANNED FlllTT-lIOW TO PKESEHVH FUL'IT l'Olt YYINTEltVSE. To can fruit, Biigur is not necossnry., or at luast, not to any great extent. Wo have often ciilcn punches u year oi l, preserved in air lijjht inns, without a morsol ot sugar. Fruit thus pn served is almost us good ns thonjjli just from tho troo. How to preserve fruit in this fresh stato is known to many. It is a sialod book to many. Let us unseal it. Wo will tell you how to seal up fruit fur future uso. The simplest, cheapest, nnjl, in an ooonomieal sense, best vessels for the purpose aro stoneware jus. Those , of one-quart sizo are worth .1,")0 per dozen, thoso of larger size proportion ably cheaper. Good, soft, corks are worth 50 cents a hundred. For use they must lin soaked in hot water, or steamed, and may then bo cut in halves Select your jugs with mouths of even...

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. — 8 August 1866

11 JIllN FIRMNESS IN THE RIGHT AS GOD GIVES U3 TO SEE THE RIGHT. Lincoln. jmmb gapw-gCTotd to goljtifl, f iterator, orrip, omC and" fprriIattrous $ts, &r., fo. VOL. X WAYNESBUllG, PA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST S, lSG(i. N0. 10. EvHrWKDXESUAY .MOUMMIJ, JAS. E. SAVERS. OKPICK IS WILSON'S lHIII.llINn, MAIN' stkkkt. TKIiMS OK Sl'BSl'KiniO.N. Two ctolliiis a row, payable invariably In advance. One dollar I'm- six mouths, payable, invariably in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. AnvKiiTisKMKNis iiisortuil at il 50 persquaru for three insertions, and .111 cts. u square tor each additional insertion; (ten lines or less counted a square.) Local advertising nnd Ri-nmi. Noticks, 10 cents per lmu for osi:'mscitioii, with C-yA liberal deduction made to yearly ad vertiser!). , . , , Advertisements not marked with tho nm ber of insertions desired, charged tor until ordered nut. e-3-Otiitinry notices and tributes of respect inserted as advertisements. , They must bo paid for In advance. ' FIRST MTIOM UNI,...

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. — 8 August 1866

EuFaMSsation of bounties .. Tlui Mowing, is tho bill to eouali.e the bounties of soldiers and sailor who served in the Into war against tlio slave holders' -'rebellion, ah it finally passed bolli Houses ot Congress: Seo: ion 1. He it emtelcil, , That to aeh mid every soldier" who enlisted into the nnjiy of llio United States alter the I9lh ilay of April, 1801, fur h period of not lean than three yearn, ami having nerved his term of oulb.tiiieiit Inn been honorably discharged, and who has received, or is enlisted to receive, from the United Stales, under existing lawn, a bounty of ono hundred dollar.", und no more; and any such soldier enlisted for mrfl'jss than three years, who has been honorably discharged on account of wounds received in the lino of duty, and the widow, miiior children, or parents-, in the order named, of any such sol.lier who died in the service of the United Stales, or cf disease or wounds contract' id w hile in the soivice and in tho line of duty, shall be paid...

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. — 8 August 1866

,1 WAYNESliUHG: , WEDNESDAY, AUCiUST 8, IBiilt. Tiik. FicsnvAi.. On Tuesday ovening, 81st. ult. tlio eagerly anticipated, nnd much talked uf Kail" uml Festival of tliu l'reiuyteriun 1 -Chalmers Milu Soeietj," canio oft. All the Jay our town labor ed under a (liverish restlessness w Inch told of 8O1110 important evcr.t about to transpire. The bustlu of preparation kopt all moving. Everything ami every body that could render nssislniico was "pressed" into scmoo. There was hnr ryingtoand fro of inaid'iiud matron,1 and it was evident from the amount of "provender" being carried into the Court llouso, that some body wim to be fed. Evening canio and fro the tonos of the bell ha 1 died away the expectant began to pour into and fill tlio h ills to overflowing. Tlio ringing laugh and merry twinkling of eyes skilled in llie roguish glance, told of nought but en joynient. Tlio arrangements wcro nil that they could be. UetVcsliinents were abundant nndofthat quality for which our ladies aro famo...

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. — 8 August 1866

-rARMEBS' -COLUMN. 'Jpecd tlio plow and speed tliulmrruwi Peace inul jilenty solid abroad, Better fur the spado inul barrow; iniin mi! cannon awl the sword. " A FRUIT LAUDKH. Split an iu.li or spruce polo to within n few foot ot tlio ciuli then put on n ring or insert n wrought nail nnd clinch it, bo A8o prevent the polo IVom splitting, spread it tliu right i.lih tor n In J Jen until near tho crotch, where it must gradually curve ; confino it in this shape; bore nnd insert rounds tho properdin tanco, nnd it is ready to;io.y;illu-nugli any little opening, anj will rest firmly ngaititst a small branch where a common ladder would often cant or twist about. 'Wo have a fruit ladder different from the above, and more complicated and unwieldy, but much better adapted to trees that bear tho weight of a ladder nnd a man. We took a common ladder, some twelvo feet in length, bored a five eighths holo between the first and second rounds at tho top; a pair of legs on sup ports, fitting to tho ou...

Publication Title: Greene County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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