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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 April 1874

B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THK UNION AND THI ESfOKCIMXST OF THB LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., APRIL 22, 1874. NO. 16. Poetry. The Kobin's Protest. "At Ml as th bird.," yoa say Ah, much jm know about It I We're bny all the livelong ear ; We can't got oo without it. " It tan't nacn to bnild a ae.tr Well, thea, suppose yon try It ; " Just work a week, and do yonr beet Tbere'd lot a bird come Biga it. To don't know where to lad ale thief a, 5or how to weave them nicely, ' And tz tbe stirks and straw aad strings. Each la ila place precisely. Toe caa't aceompliah that email taak With twenty times oar labor; Then don't be hard that's all I ask Tpoa yoar little aelfhbor. While wife ie sitting, tfa rough tbe day You'll hear my music ringing ; She'd Ure to death. Tee heard her say, If 'twere aot for my singlmr. And when the little oaee have come, I help about the worming ; Each day fall fifty we bring home. And never mind their equirmiaf ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 April 1874

SENTINEL & 11EPUBUCAX - . -V 5IIFFLIXT0WN. Wednesday. April 2, 1874. ,'B. SCn WE I Eli. ' kiitoa kfQ raorairroa. Certain parts of the State of Ten nessee were visited bj heavy rain tortus last week'. Ilivers overflowed Ifasir basks to a degree unknown since 1347- .Oil Titer have Lad a case of real ere- niation in Philadelphia. Tbe body of ,a!so of th)J Uon A WasbbHnijof Cal Ueorge Opeldjke was burned to asbes ifornia, who was formerly minister to at bis father's residince, No. 194 North I Iar,gulJ. ,nd mlso of (jenerB Cad Fuurth street last Friday, tbe 17th. wa-(jer C. Washburn, of Wisconsin, Tbe ashes of the n were derosited jong , membeT of Congress and Gov inanurw, on tbe aides of which tbejertKirof tilat State. He was born at data of birtb and tbe time of the deatb WinchenJon, Maw., in 1820, and grad f the young man were inscribed. uate(, ,t yaIe Co51ege in l844. ghort- All of Governor Ilaitranr.' p- ly alter leaving college he engaged in poiutwenta unjer tbe new judicial bi...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 April 1874

'- -- - , . . ... .. , . g.7ISEL"& REPUBLICAN MIFFLWlOWN : tYednda?. Atirll 2a. 18T4. TERMS. Subscription, $1:00 per aanuth. Trausient advertisements inserted at 50 cent per incK for each insertion. Transient bns!ncs notice in local col umn, 10 cents p-r line for each Insertion. IH-dncttoos will be male to those desiring to sdvertiso by the year, hall' or quarter ear. " ' 'pESK'A. E; t. TIME TABLE. Passenger Uaibs leave Miffliu fillows: KASTWAKD. riii.nlelj)liia Express, 1 j'ast (.me, 3 HarHsburg Accoiumo., 1 1 Vail, 6 I'-iiilic F.xjress, 10 Chcmuuti Express, 8 WESTWARD. Pittsburg Express, Cincinnati Express, 2 l'acilic, 6 Vav Passenger, 10 Mail'. Kt Line, 6 Mifflin, Ncr 2, ISJS. Station as .o a m. 20 a ni. 28 a m. 12 p m: 13 a tn. 0 p m. xO a m. 23 a m. 00 a m. 04 a in. 28 p ill. 33 p ni. LOC.lL INTELLIGENCE. Wheat fieidf db not present a promising ai)earance: Weller's Ice Cream harden was opened on hut Saturday evening. Jcfl" Middagh bought several handsome Bags in Philadelphi...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 April 1874

JVgricn) tiiral. A Coxve.mkm' Wat to Mkastbx Lakd. It is frequently desirable to meaanre given plot of ground or a portion of a field, and a simple method, such as the following, for which we are indebted to an exchange, will be of use to many of our readers, surveyors are not always at a convenient distance to attend to such little jobs, and even when they do reside in the immediate vicinity, one does not always care to incur the ex pense incident to such a small job. If the lines are already established, the plot can be measured with sufficient accuracy for all practical purposes by means of a neat rod-pole, made as fol lows: Procure a stick cf pine, white- wood, basswood. or almost any other timber, one and a half inches square and sixteen and a half feet long. Dress each end, tapering from the middle, so that the pole will be one and a half inches square at the middle and about half an inch square at eacn end. anon a pole will be light and quite stiff. Now graduate one side with...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 April 1874

B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THB UNION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. M1TFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., APRIL 29, 1874. NO. 17. AT PEACE. BT WlIJJAJf WTXTEB. Green trees, and quiet fields, and (onset light V.t'-i li3!y silence, save for rippling leares. And b.rdi that twitter of the coming night OiUm j their mates, beneath mj cottage leaves These Fate hath granted for a little space Tj be companions of my pilgrimage. Tiling my grateful heart with Nature's grace, IL Sot nuremembered here the garish stags. Nor the wild city's uproar, nor the race, Fcr gain and power in which we all engage; But here remembered dimly, in a dream. As something fretful that has ceased to fret Here, where time lapses like a gentle stream, IliJ in the woodland's heart, and I forget To note its music and its silver gleam. ra. Cut never, never let me cease to know, O whispering woods and daisy-sprinkled grass. The beauty and the peace that yon bestow, When the wild...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 April 1874

r. "2 F.- 1 I! I 5 M -. ... iil 5 ' s, .WF LIS TOWN. tYcdiicdar. April 39, IT4. B. F. SCHWEIEK, . . vditoi asd raorsriTon. Stand "Steady Along tnXtn.' VTO OF THE FINANCIAL BILL. ' President Grant has vetoed the Fi nancial Bill, which- lie had" a right to do if Le conscientious'y believed it to be detrimental to the jcacral interest tl the country. As fir a the veto goes Ln no;ta? is clow em ngh, but when ii . . i v r tee 1 resmciii iaiiis ot a resumption ti specie payment he is t.o indefinite that it ii nc iarferstood what Le will sup port, or what particular kind of re sumption Li? will favor ; whether re bippt!m by l-'aviug the question alone J till time right the matter, or whether resumption by legislation, to take effect quits si.n. lie favors an increase ot the revenue of tue Government, but docs cut say Low. Does tie mean by taxation or by tsriff! It is best not to quarrel with the Presiaeut because bis : bearing obligations, except iu canes views are not cl-arly understood, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 April 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN .MITFLINTOWN f ' " Wednesday. April 29, 1ST4. TERMS. Subscription, 1.50 per annum. Transient adveTti.-Wir.eats Inserted at SO cents per in"h for insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be male to th sc desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter rear. PZSX'A. K. ETIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Station as folio'- . . . STWACD. Phiaielphia Eipress, 1 2 a m. Past l.me, 3 ?0 a m. Harnsburg Accomtuo., 11 28 am. Mail. .6 12 p m. Pacific Eipress, J) 14 a ni. Cincinnati Kxjress, ti 6U p tn. wfvaks. Pittsburg Express, 1 20 am. Ciuemnali Express-, 2 23 a la. Pac.tic. 6 0) a m. Wv Passenger, 10 0 a hi. Mail', 3 SS p ni. Vast Line. 6 33 p m. Mifflin, X'v 1ST3. LOCJL IXTELLIGECE. Snrdtr ceanty has a Grange. ntntlnedon has 14 miles of streets. V jots ahead 10 cent cigars for 3 cents. The new Conrt House foundation stalls are being put up. Mt. I" n inn has a citizen who has had eight c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 April 1874

jVjrrieul tuval. Bcttei ni Fbaxc. If our dairymen need a pur, an eye-opener, a lesson which ppeaks Tolnmea in three words, bere is one at the bead of this article. Butter is actuallv brongbt from France and sold by the New York dealers. And this is thus because there is an actual scaic.ty in the market of good butter pnt up in attractive shape for email consumers. When we know that one dairyman gets S1.15 a pound for bis product, anotner 81, and another 75 cents the year round, at his dairy door, it is easily seen that it will pay to bring butter across the ocean from France, if it is only good and shapely enough to suit the faiti?ious purchasers who will have something nice whatever it may cost. All thi. butter is made from choice cows, choicely fed on clean sweet food ; the milking is done in the cleanest manuer. The milk is handled as care fully aa thongh it was nectar ; the cream is churned with lit mot-1 care by clock and thermometer, the butter is worked with skill, and is mad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 May 1874

v.- B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THE CSION A5D THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE J.AW3. Editor and Proprietors VOL. XXVIII. - MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., MAY 0, 1S74. NO. 18. Pooti'y I'tfBUET I LOVED Til EE Then fc-li'st me crush it out,and liYe it down 6tanip out its mcm'rj from my aching brmin; Fernet I love J, remove tae thorny crowa That presses on my brow with maddening Cost think there lurks within the hsmu Irrast So little of the holy fire of Love That words cm quench it ? Thinkest thou that rt Caii come with year, or e'en in realms above ? 1'il ttil thee, thon hast never felt the fire Of Love's impassioned flame, or thou wouldVt know That hope deferred, the unattained desire, Eiit fiiis the embers into brighter glow. Fnr jet I loved thee ! Almost bid me cease To dream of beav'n aa bury tuoajht of thee; Post think my heart can ever beat in peace Apart from thine ? dtwt think that thou art free? I tell thee, while we hold our earthly sway. My every pulse shall beat response ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 May 1874

SENTINEL & ItEPUliUCAN miffliStow.v. Ted:ies.tlifj, May 6, 1ST I. B. F. Sl'HWKIEll, . - kblTOB AXD rsoPBirToc. n . ..SummerTravsL Pleasure travel, which has become feo ooinov'B with il elates of Americans during the summer months is anticipa- i Ud by manv as the most eojojalle ! event of the entire jear. It carries j "-fn..uoo om rennsv ivau.a, is them ta-Sew scenes, fatuihai izes them i eo,'sin. Ii,iuiu "ud Ig Ttith Btranje people, breaks the monot ony of their lire?, relieves them for time from ii.tutala.ij bc-Jilv traiu,and reiorigorates them for life's cares an its. It, therefore, becomes a ao- j t . I uu' meiitxus ciiiestiuii now m:e recreation, , often limited by considerations of econ omy both of time and means, eati most profitably and pleasactlj be enjoyed. Many of our transportation lines have arranged ronts and rates to rmet the ' requirements of the people, and from ! aeason to season these facilities are i,- ! proved and tcn Je-I. The tWjl- j Tama Railroad Con.p.n. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 May 1874

SENTINEL & ilEPUBLICAN MIFFLIN! Q'S: fTeSheaday. May 6. 1SY4. TERMS. Subscription, $l..V) per annum. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents pT inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will le made to th e dcsirtag to advertise by the year half or quarter Tear. ; PESN'A. B. RETIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Station as follows: - . . IAtTWlD. Phiadelphia hi; rcss, 1 2o a m y.i-l Line, 3 2i) , liarrislii'rg Accommo., 1 1 v w. Ml- 6 12 p m. raciiic Express, 10 13 a nt. Cincinnati Express, 8 (.0 p ru. Pittsburg Express, 1 20 a'ra. Ciii' ii'uati Express, 2 23 a m. l'acitic, C 00 a m. Way Passenger, 10 04 a in. Mail, 3 SS pm. K! Line, 6 34 p in. Mitiiin, Nor 2, 1873. LOC.iL 1STELLIGEACE. Editorial space U this issue surrendered to general news. Call a: Banks i Hamlin's for pure fresh Drups. Bclftird corner. Where are the May flowers 1 Echo an swers, "Away down South. " The co-partnership exi...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 May 1874

JVjri-icul tiivnl. Ashes akd Xioht Soil. Whicli is preferable for m garden, leached ashes or ashes just as they come from the stove? For the garden nnleacbei ashes are the best, especially if horse manure and cow dang have to be emploveL The soil of the garden sailers a heavy loh8 of pota&h in the removal of ail root crops, of asparagus, celery, cahbage, and the like, which ashes are adapted to supply. They are also excellent as an insect killer, when dmted on plants attacked by caterpillars, sl'igs, or aphiils as they not only choke, but cauterize these vermin. When this olli.-e is served they reach the soil with advantage as top-dressiDg. They are also nseiul in promoting chemical change in the too inert organic matter of old garden soil, and where the garden has Ltt-n LeoVily and exclusively manured with ;abie manure for j ears, and has become black and mucky ; a good dose of ashes well mixel with the soil often operate as beneficially as a renewed manning of the nsnal kind. ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 May 1874

-i v. glS jf If 1 . 1 1 SCw tlL B- F- SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION TUB UNION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., MAY 13, 1874. NO. 19. I'oetry. WHAT THE WIXD-EI.TES HEAKD AID HAW. T EBEH E. Bsxroan. The West Wind : The saddest sound that I ever heard the vailing plaint of a mother-bird For the one woe nestling that cheered her nest. Dead, with a thorn in its pretty breast. The South Wind : I hare known a sight that was sadder still; There's a grave op yonder, upon the hill. And a mother weeps at her poor boy's name. For his rained soul, and his guilt and e'TV The West Wind . The sweetest sight that I ever knew Was the luaa of two lovers whose lore was true As they pledged themselves, come weal or woe. One path in life they would henoeforth know, TV South Wind : Once, when a weary old man died, I saw Heaven's gates swung open wide. And his wife, who an angel long had been. Stretched welcoming bands, and cried. "Dear,...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 May 1874

r -' SENTINELS nEPBLICAXfffi:!tion"reuScient!y,ccoantHirr' MIFFL1XT0WX. 1 edncsdajr. 31 ay M, 1ST4. B. fV SCHWEIEll, KOITOB AS PBOMttETOE. The Arkansas Trouble. The .Vcrlh Jlmtrican talks of the Arkansas trouble in tbe following man ner: It SiDit of course be true thai "there is a right and a wrong involved m every human quarrel ; but some times both parties to a quarrel apf ear to be in the wrong. Iu such cases tbe wrong thoroughly ec ipso tbe little point of ri-lit. This occupation may be observed almost any day when two or more ba;k-all?y bullie. or pugna cious school -boys pull hair au4 pum mel each other as a mode of adjusting their little differences of opiriou Such battles are always interesting from one point of view. That is to say, the spectator looks on uucoucerued, cot being able to sympathize with cither party. That pretty nearly defines the struggle iu Arkansas. Masters Baxter nd Brooks, or Brooks and Baxter for is it is a question of precedence it will not do to gire ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 May 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: TVedneadaj. May 13, I8T4. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col onin, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be male to th e desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter Tear. PENN'A. E. EJIME TABLE. Passenger train leave Mifflin Station as follows: EASTWABD. Phisdelphia Express, 1 25 a m. Fast Line, 8 20 a nu Harrisburg Acconimo., 1 1 28 a in. Vail, 6 12 p m. Tacilic Express, 10 13am. Cincinnati Express, 8 60 p m. WESTWARD. Pittsburg Express, 1 20 a m. Cincinnati Express, 3 23 a nt. Pacific, 6 00 a m. Way Passenger, 10 04 a in. VrM, 3 28 p ni. 11 Line, c 65 p til. Mirtiin, Nov 2, 1S73. LOCAL ISTELLIGES CE. If it don't rain for a week wo all talk about dry weather. Third and Cherry streets are full of fra prince of blossoms. John Mozer is enlarging and otherwise improving bis house. The Democrats are hunting fo...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 May 1874

A Foetus r. fkom Feathers. Very HMwntlT new invention baa opened the way to a new utility, and the wealth of Franoe rests in ber wonderful utilization of even the meanest thing. This new thing, which is to give all the country maidens a dot, or dowery, is feathers. The only capital required is a pair of scissors. How much money do you think is annually lost in America by the waste of feathers? Geese, ducks, tur keys, bens, and pigeons lose quantities in one way and another by accident, moulting, battles, and death. Feathers stick in the mud, on weeds, on branches and sticks ; they lie on the woad-piles, by streams everywhere one wanders he will find a feather. A feather is almost indestructible. It may be blown from mountain-top into valley and back again and remain the name beautiful and deli cate thing. Well, these wandering feathers that seem so insignificant con stituteor may veritable riches. Lis ten: The down of geese and ducks has for a long time been very highly valued, "dow...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 May 1874

9w ft i) il i' ! j'i'v! B. F. SCHWEIER, THS CONSTITUTION TUX CNIOS AND THB ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprtatoav VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., MAY 20, 1874. NO. 20. Poetry. THE KIBl AXD THE BOSK. lie was the lord of Merlintower, And I na bat of low degree; She had her beauty for her dower, Nor other treasure needed she : He came, when hawthorns were a-fiower, Aud strove to steal mj love from me. iU ! she was sweeter than the wind That Lloweth over Indian Isles; An April bright, than Jane more kind. Fawn-wild, and full of winsome wiles. Aiji I, alas ! had learned to find My only life beneath her smiles. He sent my love a ruby rare. That might have graced impe rial brows. No gem bad I. To deck her hair I sent her but a simple rose; And prayed her, on a night, to wear Tue gift of him whose lore she chose. Come, queen of all my heart's desire! Crown me or slay ! My soul is stirred To challenge fate. My pulses tire Of fears a chill tremor. Sings the bird if ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 May 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN; tt'ftlntsday. ?Iay to, 1ST I. B. F. SCIIW'ElEK, imtoi and rani'iirrun. Tu faiuiue in Turkey still prevai'a. The legislature b:rs adjourned with- out repealing the Wal Option law. THE next ritate Fair will be held at Kastrm. Jatcs,- Sipteuiber '2d, 30, . October .!, 2. The .Massachusetts State Senate re- fused a prohibitory ii.por bill by a tie vole ! Executive when the Legislature cannot t,nt The son, cged 19, who had re TV " . 7. i . 1 1 w.i.r.iw.fl tn n t.I .v s,.i r tired, heard the threat and a.ked bi State S-nato, before adjourning, I oe "onvenea. to employ sucu pari of The elected Hon. Geonre H. fuller nresi- dent. Mr.ttitWis.cititen of Eri,.' THE republican State Central Tom- J tj,fl jawj tQ j,e j. executed ; and inittee have appointed the 19th dvof;i. : - ' next August for the assembling of th. State Couvciitiou at llarrisharg. The Massachusetts legislature, on j thellth, refused to propose amend- .nonts to the State tW.tution to al- lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 May 1874

SENTINEL &' ttEl'lIBLICAN ! MIFFLIN I O'VN: iTcdne.day. May '20. 18T4. TEH MS. Subscription, SI. 00 per annum. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 ceuts ptr inch for each imertioa. Transient busmen notices in local col umn, 10 cents p-r line lor each insertion. Deletions will be mile to th .se desiring to advertise ly the year, hall" or quarter year. PENN'A. E. ETIME TABLE. passenger irmu inn atimin station a follow: EASTWARD. Fhiadelpliia Express, Fast Line, Mamsburg Acconntio., Mail, Pacific Express, Cincinnati Express, VMTSAID Piflsbnrg Express, Cincinnati Fxpress, Pacific, Way Passenger, Mail, I-'! Line, Slilllin, Nov 2, 1873. 1 2 a m. 3 2lli m. 11 2 a m. 6 12 p m. 10 13 a ui. 8 fcu p iu. 1 20 am. 2 23 a m. 00 a m. 10 (t a m. 3 28 p in. 6 5- p in. LOCAL IXTELLIGESCE. Fishermen catch shad at Newport. The Cambria Iron V.'orti are again in bUst. Rohra's place is where to go to get stylish furniture. Constables of Huntingdon disperse crowds r I f.. ... ...... , , A by in Hun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 May 1874

Agricultural. A Feed of Bones toh Fowls. Noth ing better can be done with refuse bones from the rural kitchen than to allow them to be consumed by that portion of the farm stock which has a taste for this dry eating. The composition of bones fit them exceedingly well for fowls. In the course of a year a hen produces in the shape of the shells of her eggs Eany times the amount of lime contained in her whole organism at any one period. It must be furnished in her food. But all the corn a hen will eat in a twelve month, or let us say 100 pounds, con tains only about naif an ounce of lime, a quantity insufficient to supply her for more than a few weeks. Then, it is plain, she must be supplied in some other wav. Bones provide her with the needed matarial, and also with a qnan titw f animal matter, which (toes to prevent her from desiring to break and eat her eggs, or to pluck and swallow the feathers from her associates. The bones should be broken into small frag ments, and not burned. I...

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