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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 11 April 1850

Trial and Conviction of Dr. Webster. The papers in every direction are commenting on the conviction of Dr. Webster on such inconc lusive testimony. The Horrisburg Telegraph says: Our readers are doubtless all familiar with the circuhistances1 of this case, and of the trial.; it is therefore needless for us to recapitulate them here. The crime asfit was set forth by the prosecution, was one of the most cruel, vindictive, and in every way 'revoltihg and abhorrent murders over perpetrated in. this or afty other country. It seems to be the almost unanimous opinion, however, out of tlie city'of Boston, that the evidence has entirely railed to connect Dr. Webster with the horrible crime in question with thit certainty which tbe law requires —and the public seem to have been not less astounded at the lameness and impotency of the defence made by his counsel, than they have by the verdict of'the Jury itself Every where we bear but one opinion, and that is that the prisoner has beeri s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 11 April 1850

Late from California Three iTMionit*ore.tfjrGW&. ,,' The Stcamsliip Cherokee arrived at, New York. on Friday morning in tbn days ftom Cliagres, bringing over a million and a half in Gold and Golddtjgt)' and the Empire City arrived the neat day with nearly tlie same amount ¥ ' Tlie following is extracted from the summary of news brought by these arrivals: On tlie night of the 28d of March a very destructive fire occurred at Chagres, by which more tlian one lialf the whole town was burned to die grouiid, and a large amount of. property lost. It was supposed to have been the work of ail incendiary.' Tbcru .were"no American vqsselsyat_Chagres" when the Cherokee left. The- Georgia, had been expected in several days, and fears were entertained for her safety. Her mails were, brought on. in the Cherokee. - . lite Empire City sailed on tbje morning of March 2tith, and the Cherokee on the afternoon of, the same day. When the Cherokee left Kingston the Empire City was hauling ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 11 April 1850

__. _„: Maim Warn. kJw6 "fl^ii^opw^ved at Halifax o« ^J&A^^Lor pfjhe ExcbeouerliaB nqf entedTmMget for ibTaSSnTrSSi anrl although he had the pleasure of announcintf a stirptns of nearly two anda halffliifliois stiH tke manner^hiefcthatjs!^ had to MW^COUllwrj*" • '-r^^^tKKt>^^weg9^iiesi&>« There «£m*^£§E&f an"'m> nM^icbillg^iMoltition^rfiParhaoisax Tr,. ,f ^Pft4¥¥^%t»i aacyjof Irelan^.i^ tp„be pr^ute^;.to|Ba^ merit after Easter'. ';ij&n ¦> :;.;-:--T-j );',',;':-We learn from Inelarrdlhatcultivation « going on more,rapidly^than jvas anticipated and tbaV^^e«t-:b^nl^?irf'p()tatoeB have been A)W|iw-i-i;T-. :¦ -»-. '¦"---•:"' ',;"', ;¦ • - r| ' Emigratiii^ frtiriiUte southern frontiers of Ireland is rapidly^increasinw .'+ 1 The opeVafion^f the" &©irnbei.Estates bill is now Jj^nhi^^l^aV^^b^n^cial effecU. Tbe first estate sqi^unaerjthe.new commission war bo^ghthyja-tenanfefarrner, The'so^fy^^ fd#!thti,j|tfprovemen| ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 11 April 1850

nanoBKnir Rev. A. Oi Warren will preachiat Brooklyn, 00 the third Sur^y-t*imprteg#!6^g] ? ^ '"'; T^pn^rjcriyprir^. r A few liutldrje-i feet iXye'^foayin&inmtfr. <*- thcr panel b"| &nirnSn slnft'Would, be ^teceiyti « tiecoufft1!!'bVou^i't'immeaiatcIy. *"' Alfo.'io^A. March 20.! !..,.,., - J. W. CuteitS /'¦..-¦•-..¦-iirj .:¦ -•• -i-lKatrmNtr"'!''7 :'~ Of the Si^\Khe^ria <^unl^]A) jHi^^rfd Socittt kTS^ioi^^;&^e^ ji'^^^S^\ety trill 5* 2\i' ' held al1 tbe'-Coiiri HotisO on Mdndiiy eveniiij of ,the first vreek of,April Coiirt;^','; 'J' " Addrcffl^may'be1 e^^cfcd' .from>ohic 'of ou mb^V'in_tellr^'^A^i( OTtura1ist&^ full aitendane'e U'eanicStly rcri^eltedT *'': '' ":1^' *'"^nfsXLiSBtJRY,SccV. . Montrose,.April3^85° ^ ...... .,,... , THH OOBPVOCATIOM * Of Northfeastern l>enn3*lvohih,', wil1"|bieet in St. Mark's Church; ifew Milford, Oh Frida^, April ISth. Public seVvi^will^be beld'in the fJhtirch A! M.l7 - M. and evening, on F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 11 April 1850

jffl Wright's Pennsylvania Justice, 'jjggrB^gggg--^^^.^. _.„ -, .^jeaa,...^ ifTIE RE(JISTBU ~ ^THIIRSltY|ldiLlll>l50. I !HBk lew eojnes rf this alm<ist indiKponsalHe •fffyk Blnewly elected Justices of the Peace, have just ¦ fcaecewed for sale at this oflicc >Vl»ltaxioan. War aa4 its Waraori. . ,, Hk Tary mterceting history of tlie late War wi'li Kde*; with a sketch of tlie principal (Jreucrals-iind Hoaa.aapaged in it—a book of near 330 pages Htfly fainted and bound, and illuatnitcd with uu-MmutKtangravinya. Efc;':"."';. 'Ton Sal* at this Office. MHT" Abound volume of the Susquehanna Reg lafc embracing the years 1835 and l«3fi, has been Harrowed by some one, who would confer a fhvof itf-KtaminiriL Mi ,;ijrSubaoribers, Don't forget, ' jjjjhatnext week being court week, will furni^li ;\ Bpod opportunity to those ii"» arrears to come or jarri! what tbey owe to the Printer. Wo hate to KM dunning—but we hate full as much to be duny&d without the me...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 11 April 1850

%; niiun at Harriaborg. J. The final passage of an Apportionment Bill thro' %0th Ho—Tl was the most important of the doings ^Cst week at Ilarrisburg. A Bill providing for Smtaitting the amendments to Uw constitution to a ; Pr*te«f the people next fall has passed tlie Senate, j ^. AjBetheroftbe great Divorce cases OVetlierill's) KVaja been defeated in tlie House. Tlie lastiday set j ' -Shr the final adjournment is Tuesday the 16th.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 11 April 1850

' NOTICE ' I To\VhoUsaUDc^sr dDcd^tcrc}^di:c vithin the County of S^cMnna., . , I~ >_«. «»« „<•»>,.. i«:t* of Assembly of this Corn-N ptHtantt of the *t ^ ^ rf ^ .„,? "SSrW *-' w Act to providerevenue to meet IS^en^ni^ tt Treasury,ahdldr other p«r-^i***5 ! . in increase the revenue and diminish the { Jm******* °* Commonwealth ," &" ** £gd the *2d day of April 1846, entitled " an ¦ Act to provide for the reduction of the public debt. -dH an act passed the 10th day of April. 1849. tntitted "an Act to create a anting fort, *"« «° provide for the gradual ana certtw ««ingnishmcnt Sthe debt of AeCoinmoowcal*," tto uj^WJ ed, Apptaiser 6f a«tantilc ta±es for 3°.^?**™™ ^u^s^wTafe ttrf «* MercIumU tradmg withbYsMd e*mty, and pttwd «* °f *e "Sj Merchants In ma! class which to lum seems right otod just according to ta provisions of said act of Assembly, at follows, viz: Xesidenee. Merchants. « Class. Auburn, ' N. Mitchell A. Co, 14 brfloHyft, *!• Tiffany, (liquor)...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 11 April 1850

flew Firm! THG^subscriborB hare commeneed business under the firm of 8. H. Havre A Oo, -and are now tiperimg a new assortment of (Joods. consisting of almost every article called for. We intend soiling mostly fonweady pay, short credit will l>e triven to those (tliat may wish) that have been prompt in meeting their payments. Goods will be sold as low as at any other store in the county—by good attention, and low prices, we hope to get our share of palronager-P. S. In addition to the above, wc have in cdnhection a Tin and Sheet Iron establishment, where will be kept B general assortment of Stoves, Tin Wore, Sheet Iron, Castings, Hollow Wares At—All orders in tbis line- will be attended to immroediateiy. Merchants that wish to buy, to sfclf, will be supplied with Tin Ware, Stove Pipe, and Stores, on liberal terms. ^. H. SAYRE]fc Co. Bonnets!— Spring styles, for 1850. A treat va riety of all kinds and qualities, for sale cheap at S. H SAYRE ik Co. Oats avd~Caps.—Gentlemen an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 11 April 1850

MAHnL AT THIS! 7 THOSE persons taring unsettled accounts with me are mpwsted toeall and settle the same My store Books, dost with the 1st of this mouth! Also payment is reejuest 00 ifetea, and JudgmenU that are due. I hope attention will .be given to the above withont furfte notice. :% SAYRE. ' flVTlVE. I , THE accounte of the late firms of Smiths Jt Ste-Tens, and Smiths, Stevens* Avery are in my hawk lor collection. Those wishingfa.jetifel witb mc, must call soon, as this is ta« last «aw previous to> visit from 4be poutest geatleman in theohvfic. Montrose, April 1st; "50. >; STE^lSfS.; pLOTBR aiMrTim^hy^See^for alle'ati ^'^ Jrtl.*. ™mB°* *^^P^; ( GARDEN SEEDS—A fesh supply !of G«&a \ * isceds, including the SbaJccr< for jwile byiH ^^ 13- J Lyo/s.,i.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 11 April 1850

* ^^"^fflatclileT'* PioW*9* '"-"'' THESE celebrated ploughs are^vflow marmfac-<uTed*y'8»6 subscriber at tho Farmers &Mechanice.FoMry*&x M^^. -andare forsoleat the Foifndry.aiid at Mills ^Knapp 1., M^trose.-Any person giving one a fair trial, and boftlgjhssatisiiedwitb its working, is afcUfcrty tbljsturn it .. Also Mott' e ¦celebrated sidtrliillimd Wayrie €oplonffhs.1 " ^QSEPH FUliEH. Montrose, April 9,-1850.-; ;" ;W L We -have used && 6f> BlatchKy's imprdrctl E loughs, and consider It superior tb -ariy one \ve jveiuscd. rVe can with confidence recotnmetid ' it to the fcsming eoumtmity. ".":.. -% fW^ '::y JEftEMIAHalEACHAM, .-.„.,-.-.--,..-.-. . yAMES a. BUNNELL, April 5. 185&. . MARTA1N-L. CAtLIN. ¦ /'* ii;- * * 1 ' ¦ ¦ i M1' ¦' ¦ ¦ ' ¦ — " ' '' • Anctlon. ' -l" WILL bl solff^at public sale, at the house of - .Tyler Carpenter in'Harford, on Monday the 22d day of April ihsU at W tfclodr A M^ the -following property to wit: One s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 11 April 1850

Vaiskce Notion*. English, French, and German Fancy Good*. PIKE it LADD, at their old stand. No. 89 Ndssau street, NEW YORK, corner of Liberty street, opposite the Post-Office, have received a full and complete assortment of goods iri their line, which they will be happy to sell or show ito Merchants purchasing_their Spring supply of¦ Fancy Goods; consisting in part of CouBB-^ToTtoisif SHell, HotH, Irotr, Qerman SdtefMSz ¦•¦ ' Brrrrcrss—Gat Brdtadc, Lststihg, Bfiflfe', Peijff^ Shirt, Steel, etc. etc. v BausBEs—llloth, Hair,- Tooth. Shaving, Shoe, Paint, etc. Soaps, Perfumery, Hair Oils; Violins dt Strings, Accordions, Guitars, Flutes, etc Thbcxw—Marsliall's Linen, Grant 4 Wilsdn's do, Spt^l Cotton, Cotton Thread, etc* Sewing SUH and Twist, Gotton and Lir*n Tapes, Ijtr*n Tirnes, Linen Flosses, Corset Laces, et<x, etc, Suspcmrers,-all kinds, Pins, Needles, Hair Pins, Hooks' A Eyes, Tliimbles. Knitting Pins,, Bodkins. Pocket Dtjt«<, Silk and Cotton Purses, Port Mmufefi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 11 April 1850

-•''^eAUTIOlf^ '¦ A 1*1/persons are hereby ctnitionad agninst pur-¦ i\- -chasing a certain note for 9100 given by me to Latham Gardner dated Nov. 26,1849 to be paid the first of April, as said nbto was unfairly obtained, and I will not pay the same unless i compelled by law. JOHN AUSTIN, ' Wdaewater, A-prrl t, 1850. : j Brooms! ¦ 4.-LOT of superior Brooms just received amrfor *! . tale, by tho dozen or single. , ,. • fcb;;2L !. GEOlFULLER.'. MOLASSES 1—a superior, arlicIc7-als<J, Sugar, Candlts; ic, af/reahlot ju^t pruned and for ialefjy.' ,V ,'J-LYONS' ., Marcti.'13. " _ LZ VCKWHEAT FX.Ol>R:at 1 Jcen^rperpnund >rsakby J.prONS. ^ .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 11 April 1850

ABEL TURRELL IS n'6\v rr^iyih^ his Fhll and Wmtersnpply . i . flood* ,(enifc; racl^g nea'rly every tlung wanfeil M'fl^marke^>wlilEh will lie'sbltj ei&emelt/LO W ftft tajtt or ready pay. My ass'ortirfifnt gniy bc^ clnJs'ea in fttrl as follows: . . i " i)rugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Pamts. Oils, Dyel Sttjffi^ Groceries, Dry Goods, Hardware, Stone: Ware, Gllss^are/Cldcks, W«r%s. Jewelry' , "Sil-j verjSpddns, Spectacles, Mirsicil I&triiml8hts^lJtq-: uors, Perfumery, Mirrors,Stntioh' ery,Broshes, Shoes,' Yankee Notions, «£c Ac. ... - .- Shankful for the liberal patronage and spbstaii ^leVicouiugehic^it^iliiertoYeceiyed , Ihopc to mtrit and receive a continuance of the saj'n'e. A few of the articles kept for sale are named bel(v» :' I ' GVtwAesJ—±. wftJd yitttelV of Sugars, fine flavored Teas, good aad.cheap MoWsses, Cpffce, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Salcratus, Raisins, Rice. Mackerel, Codfish, Zantee Currants, Tapioca, Arrow KtjOt, MaW, Manna, Sage, Nutmegs. Cloves, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 11 April 1850

wv -. 3b Dairy-men and Fimun.G&!;-- S>M Valuable -Pi-opei^r n§ti:&faM THE following ReaJ and;~rWonat.TBsfe^4|!§; hcreinaftdr described, situate^m Ke.i MUfef); ? Susquelianrm County,. Penusylvju^ wiU be s^ S jij a great bargain to my one who may ^DaMfj$|M^ chase. The real estate corisiste of sevenriwodN acres; five hundred of whkm are rmder c«|ict'i meri^ and on which are four,dwelUi^;houaesjwP ,j seven barns. Tlie farm is weU.designed for,a ft?.'.^ ry, and is capable of feedirigbDeh^mli^rG6%«tff.[, ring summer and winter, and everv'gM*^**^ watered with springs1 and- streams, ?1Tm hnndfofca and land arc in good! condil&n, jmdi'°P Ml? IJP9^j»: ses aire about five miles of. gi^jS^ne. WaJ^air^ tho other fences are ajso good, HnpToo'tne ^S^'w land arc large quantities of Chestu"u;tT^l)er;iiw will siifeply the farrii foT;mariy ylearitoebm^fjaiM whicH will also be" Suable for bt»ddin»-/ ;the BA]jn road which is sodn to be built up Martir^S Creek.-S',! Said ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 11 April 1850

Orphan's Coairt Sate.-; -- ,,---K3 IN pursuance of an order of the Orphan's Court£$ and for SiisqucH-khiocomity,there will he's^' ;| at the store of Asij Howiiftl ih Gibson townshipnil Saturday the l^tH day of A%ilne»at'onV6' tie» P. M. the following ^^bed property, vfai:';: J eertain lot,'piece or parcel ofjlnnd,^situate in- jfe*J township of Gibson in said county, butted, bwiir iji,';J and described as follows,-viz: "Bejihnirigat'a.'bij:-;^], tree iii fi Htib of land owried bV Gcbrge'WbWd* -arid fritter bfWrid s«rvbv« for Martial Kr-WalM % IKt' nCe by the same soutfl five degrees west, 74% , six-tenths perches to post.and stones; thence;j.-^V land-of Aaron Resscguijc'j uottfi 85 degrees,. w|/;i; 04Jt perches to post ar/d ^toiihs iii a line of londj)!^ j Wlliain Ressc'gule; tfierice — S degrees east74tin) j sii-tbrtths perches to post and stones;- thencaij'r laml of the said Walker south 85 degreeseast.;^ $ perches to the place of beginning, containing jfe <fj£ acres, bo t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 11 April 1850

Ccuesce FIoMri . ; - J M £if\f\ BL'S. aiid Sacks Superfine .Genesee E :*• £d\J\j for sale at$5,76 f«r barrelW&i -sft ^ f|g - Having made arrangements with one <if ft# ^ttS$ esee Mills, wo shall keep constantly *>n,hand «Mm ground Geucseo Flour ol astipefior quaJity#fiwJfJJj by tho loan* oif dtMertrisc— Aia*,*sypCriSad JBS^^s wlieat Flour, fn" satis.- .'. ¦' = -' -=:'- 'j-'''a^4s 1 LYOIf&aSOBAlSDJjsfimB ^ Lancsboro, Jaa 22. 185ft.i;- -,; V I'J ^»^W Itelrfstcr'a' HnwtScir7- ^Igffl PUBtilC Notice is hereby gircu to all periMi concerned iri tho fo'dowiug estate*, to w|tjtfiJE Estate of £rob{e JFroicbptA ge, deCf t.^, ,!•;, !^-.'H^ Seelye TaowDKjDufe,' Adm'r de"&»isJ rii^.t<*f| '!"; '.u",' .'' : ^iacni:' £haii;Ji:u ^^ Estate of iR€&^^5rr^6Wo'j«,Ue«!d' , "M'-^^^f^p Sf^lvi TaowrinwsE, Adm?jf* «l Estate of WashnMonBxy^Hy^eiia, ;. <-*«'ISI ¦ ¦ •.,::r~¦* ¦ - ¦¦¦<^Q-^^mM Estate 61 Catharine Jlyiicdrion, 3cff&'~',' "...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 11 April 1850

. , ^-r -'-^fjerilf*-Sales.- '•-¦.—-»...., BY virtue 'of,writs of Vcn. JE*. issued out of the Cduf<"oT feoinrnon Pleas in and for the county of Su^uehanna, hAd Ho'tSe directed, I will e|cposeto public sale.at trfcGrttfrt ^ Housein Motlt-Tose,'on fSaturday the !r3th day'of April ilcSt, Bt rifieVcldck P. M.—AH that certain piece orfnrrcel of land, lying and being in the towfishrp of Herrick, Susquehanna county, bounded wid described as follows, to wit: On the north-east by land iof 'Ira Nichol«L south-east Jiy land of James Onrtis, sonrftrttfsl by land 'of W.B. DimoA.ttrid on tlie north-west by laud 'of James Curtis, containing 17 acres wild land,, it beinga paft of a Tot formerly deeded to Sally Black, wffe or Phineas Clark, Frahees B. FJorinda, SanyG.and*a*yWaTk.it BchigNo. 4 according to division, together with the appurtenances, late the estate of Charles Avery.; Taken in execution at the suit of David N. Lewis against Charles Avery, Administrator of the estate t>f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 11 April 1850

-?l£22* Vitf!4¥'***? ** Sttsa'a Co! IVTrTrCB hereby gTVehVaiat #e«ibly to tlie ±11 acu of the; General Assembly 'pi. tlie Commniiwe^lrh 6f IVniwylvama dir&tuW! the mode of Selhngtfflscatedftada for tafes.fltoralbwinB-ttacU and par ts of tracts'* onsViftited lands witllo sold ut putfie vemluo on the *JcVrtdf Monday of June next, kt the Court House in Montrose, for -aVrearages ate,1tnd the costs aecrrjed V* elMi tract respectively, "unless tJTe sMffS Vfnud feTore th6 day of sale—sale to commence at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. AcTeiX Warrantee Names itkd *i». 'Saifes ... ,- GREAT BENO. 828 , Samuel Bowman, «nrt *2 08 200 i Putnam Catlin, part \ 56 800. 140 Peter Grubb pt 1 90 400. 1/0 James Morgan pt 2 o4 148 - Joseph.Wright pt o 91 S50. 140 Peter .Yarring'tort 2 SO 109.91 Franklin Lusk J 38 267 Jonathan Butler »i 76 50 ffiathias Brooks 0 64 HARFORD: 352 Andrew Baldwin tit ' t) 4t , HARMONY. 204 ^ftrrres Davis pt. 3 78 lH ^anufl Wallace pt. 4 24 IS" ftrrfdAyiPtwon »it H 2...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 11 April 1850

hfteen 'IBen^fits feep Plowing. .-. ¦ Jftrom, :lhe;6enesee FeVmar. of ,.lU(aflR^;.TOiTOits-;—fc.itnfi ycar^ kt^'being in fhe^tafce «f Sfew-Yerk, I sa\\ r the first time on-agricultural paper—tl»< MhttTatiner. In that wiaWn-article rel-W,^$^"Tfloinnj;,'*'bfcflif penssed'oareljr»nd,by it was induced to try an cxpertiit." .lisad previously farmed itas-otbers 8^ flmjalBg that there nvtts ^no way 4o in-•«iIke .product but to increase *be num-Sp^-T" ,,-IllM s Bela containing Four acres and one ¦Sntcvtds t>f ground, which had been MtA nine yean aftd had bad a grain crop itteWMT yew—Trlieat, rem, and oats—tAJfteiaat were oats. The field was con-Indmeiltly worn-out, and would notiiiave educed more than fifteen ibushols of wheat latin. There were many large stumps iifoTtr gwsn trees (To ^We fold. The soil ••dayToaOi. Iliad or/j-a single team—Mwerfal span of horses—andva single plow ^OOD'a^ I raised the end of the beam WmcheBani'COr arncDced plowing in June .«the ground w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 11 April 1850

h titoMnv in raisins Wheat %B the country improves with the introfttioo of labor-saving machines, quite a revi%pa» is taking place in the management of LSw» for wheat „ Instead of following the ^practice of plowing twice or thrice, re-in-*$Dg the aod and affording a fine opporttv 4' for the grass to grow, the theory now wrong is to plow once and deep, the after %, being performed by the harrow j*nd %eT-^al6Tator. Tho advantages arising ?a. this mode as follows:—The sod once prted remains below the sttrface/affording ipts deeompbsition food for/the yonng {fite; it alto affords an opportunity for the ibrabundant-water to pass ofi; thereby rc-*ing the liability of the ground to bake or $re. On land comparatively fcee fromrjnpa and stones, as all old cleared land ,%hi'be, I consider this a decided improveit on the old plan. Another important ;juderatJon is, tho ground once plowed, -'labor is in a great measure accomplished. l*theuseofthe harrow and the cultivator ! iMonally, the g...

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