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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 October 1878

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLLNTOWN s Wednesday. October 16. lBTt. TERMS. Subscription, $ 1.60 per annum, If paid within 12 months $2.00 if not pud within U months. Transient advertisement inaerted at 60 ante per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col. inn, 10 cents per lino for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring la advertise by the year, half or quarter vear. PENS' A. E. RjjTIME TABLE. OX and after Monday, July 15th, 1876, passenger trains will leave Mifflin Su tton, 1". K. &., as follows t KASTWABD. Mifflin AccM daily except Sunday, 6 25 a m Pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 10 19 a m Johnstown Ex., daily ex. S anday 1 1 82 a m Mail, daily 6 05 pm Atlantic Express, daily..... 910pra Phila Ex., daily ex. Sunday night II 12 pm Sunday train 10 19 am 6 05pm - " 1 10pm WESTWARD. Pacifle Express, daily S 5v a m XT ay Passenger 10 00 a m Moil, daily except Sunday 8 85 p m Mifflin Acc , daily except Sunday, 8 no p m feunaay tram 5 58 ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 October 1878

"AGRICULTURE. "Watyr for Stock. It Is well known that sheep will live on very dry pasture where there i no living water So will horses. To do so, however, they are obliged to feed at night or early In the day when the dew lies on the grass. If allowed the chance they will drink lib erally and be far better for it. While it is true that sheep and horses, or even cattle, will get along with little or no water, when the dew is heavy, they suffer seriously tor want of It. It should be supplied even to sheep so they may take it at will. If water is handy sheep drink little at a time. Horses also do this, where water is handy. Cattle usually All themselves when they drink. This subject of water for stock is brought fresh to mind by the following by Mr. J. J. Mechi, of Tiptreo hall, England, a thoroughly practical in an and a good farmer. Upon the subject of water for sheep he says : What an unprofitable mistake it is to suppose that sheep do not require water. We invariably give them the ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 October 1878

i jlflllll B. F. SCHWEIER, THE COSSTITTJTIOK-THE TTSIOI-AOT THE ESrOEOEMEHT OF THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1S78. NO. 43. 1 THK PATH THROUGH TBI CORS. Warm and bright In the summer air. ' Like a pleasant aea when the wind blows fair. And its roughest breath had scarcely cnrled The green highway to a distant world. ' Soft whispers passing from share to shore. As from hearts content, yet desiring more Who feels all forlorn. Wandering thus down the path through ths corn. A short space since, and the dead tear ay Mouldering under the hedgerow gray So hnm of insects, nor voice of bird. O'er the desolate field was ever heard; Only at ere the pallid sdow Blushed rose-red in the red snn-glow; TilL one blest morn, 8bot up into life the yonng green corn. Small and feeble, slender and pale. It bent its head to the winter gale, Harkened the wren's soft note of cheer, Hardly believing that spring was near; Saw chestnuts ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 October 1878

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MtFFLINTOWN. tredaesdajr, October 93, laVT. B. F. SCHWEIER, editob akd raorBiEte. fcEPUBL-ICAN STATE TICKET. GOVERNOR, General Ileary M. Ilovt, or IX'ZEBXE. LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, Dob. Charles W. Stone, or wiiui. BECRETAKT OF INTERNAL AFFAIR Si lion. Aaron K. Dankel, Or FH.ADEUH1A.. JUDGE OF SUPREME GOURTi Jadge Janaea P. 8terrttr OF ALUMiBSMTk SepuBIioan County Ticket. CONGRESS, Ban. II. G. Fisher, Or BWXTISGDOX COCSTV. ASSEMBLY1, Dr. J. P. Sterrett, Or PORT BOTAL. ' COMMISSIONERS, II. L 9f cMeen, or TC8CABOBA. J. Banks Wllion, or rAirrri. PBOTHONOTART, X. W. fTarnerv V rKKHAVAGH TOWISBur. TREASURER, Jacob Lemon, or rATTEBSoa. AUDITORS, Lewis Degan, or rATrm. Samuel Cooper, or roT BOYAL. A Democratic Meeting. Speeches of Randall and Sttnger A'a- lional Banks Recorder Bill Til den Economy Silver Bill Fisher Cameron Recorder Bill. The Democrats held a meeting in the Court House on Monday evening, the preliminary arrangements of which were a toroh-ligbt process...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 October 1878

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, October $Z. I8T. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum, IT paid within 12 months ; $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 80 eeots per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the fear, half or quartet rear. PENN'A. E. BjJiME TABLE, OH and after Monday, July 15th, 1878, passenger trains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. R. R., as follows : EASTWARD. Mifflin Ace, daily except Sunday, 6 2i a in Pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 10 19 am Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 82 a tu Hail, daily 6 06 pm Atlantic Express, daily 910pm Phila Ex., daily ex. Sunday flight 11 12 pm Sunday train t 1019am " " ....ii........ 6 05pm .-...... 10pm WESTWARD. Pacific Express, daily S 5i a m Way Passenger 10 00 a m Mail, daily except Sunday. ...... 3 85pm Mifflin Acc., daily except Sunday, 8 no p m S...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 October 1878

" " fre Electric Eels. The electric eels in the Xew York Aquarium in length are about four feet, they are thicker in bodjr than the lar gest common eel. There are two, and they 'are in two adjoining tanks, glass on both sides. When they were trans ferred from their small traTelllng box es Into the more spacious tanks of the Aquarium, tbey were very restless, and one of the attendanuexperienced,with out intending it, their electric power, which notwithstanding the fatigue ot a loug journey, was yery respectable. A slight touch of the smooth, slimy body was sufficient to communicate such a se vere shock that the man was complain ing several hours later of unusual pains in his shoulders and elbows. The excitement of the fishes upon be ing placed in their new quarters was very great. They dashed through their tanks in all directions, forward and backward ; tried to jump out, and spla shed the water all over the neighbor hood. It took them a long time to get quiet. A lively yellow perch ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 October 1878

. i t t ' - 1 ' ; B. F. SCIIWEIER, THE COSSTITUTIOl-TEE TTUIOS-AITO THE EITFOBCIMEJT OP THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXII. MIFFLIXIWX, JUNIATA COUNTY, PEXXA., 1VEDXESD AY, OCTOBER 30, 1878. XO. 44. THE BEAUTIFUL ISLE. There's beautiful Isle iu the great Sea of Time, With mountains of beauty, and valleys sablime. Where Peace reunia aaprema orer aorrow and crime Tie the beautiful Iala of Content. ' With peace for ita motto, ita emblem a dove . With Hope for ita watchword emblasoned - . . labave. The hours speal away in a virion of lore In thia glorious Isle of Content. A temptestnoua see ia the Oc?an of life. Where the waves mi!y break in their billowy strife: 1 Bat beyond the wild scene where oouftieioa ia rife - - lies the petce-hallowed Isle of Content. The winds of Ambition sweep orer the mast. The headlands of Time mnst in danger be past; Bat firm at the he)m. aud we'd anchor at last In the harbor of Peaceful CoutenV. How many, in vnyajing orer the main. Turn out from t...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 October 1878

SENTINEL & KEPUBIJCAtf ? I FFLl NTO VV N . tTednesday, October 'Jfr, 1ST8. B. F. SCIIWEIER, EDtTO 9 FIOFRIETOK. EEJUBLICAil STATE TICKET. GOVERNOR, General Henry 91. Uojf, OF Ll'ZEEKE. LIECTENAKT GTBKNoR, Hon. diaries IV. Stone, or nun. SECRETARY OF INTERNAL Air AIRS, Uwn. Aaron K. Dynkelr Or FUlLAPELFHtA. JUDGE OF SUPREME COCRT, Judge James P. Slerrett, Or ALLEOUEST. Bepublican County Ticket. CONGRESS, Hon. II. Ci. Fisher, or uenTuoooa cocstt. A68EMBLT, Dr. J. P. Slerrett, Of Pi'T SOYAL. COHMItiSIOWERS, n. I. McMcen, or rncAioEA. J. Banks Wilton, or TAYETTE. FROTBONOTAKT, J. W, Wagner, or rKEMAXAGH TOWSSBir. TREASURER, Jacob Lemon, Or rATTERSOS. AUDITORS, Lewis Derail, or rATsrtx. Samuel Cooper, or pout (otal. Do not be beguiled to vote for Xja- tiomJ dishonor. The late storm played havoc with the tin roofs in Philadelphia. Tht. future of the laboring' man is with the Republican party. The Republican party will give yon secure and free government Vote for its candidates. Carpet...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 October 1878

i fViWiTBas EENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : irednetdar, October 80, 1STJ. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annua, ir paid within Vi months ; $2.00 if not paid within IB months. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cents pf inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col enin, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to tV.Se desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter rear. PEXN'A. E. KTIME TABLE. OV and after Monday July 15th, 1878, passenger trains wilt leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. B. K., as follows ! kastWakd. Mifflin Ace, daily except Sunday, 6 25 a m Pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 10 19 a ro Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 82 a m Mail, daily 606pm Atlantic Express, daily 9 10 p m Pbila Ex., daily ex. Sunday night 11 12 p m Sunday train 10 ly a ra " 6 05pm " 10pm westward. Psciflc Express, daily.; 5 5 i ra Way Passenger .ii.". 10 00am M ail, daily except Sunday....... 3 35 p m Mifflin Acc., daily except Sunday, 8 no p m S...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 October 1878

AGRICULTURE. Bots nc Horses. "I have had many bones and mules opened after death, most of whom were treated for bots, and have ret to see the first case where they had done injury. A majority of the cases died from inflammation of tne bowels, caused by draetioand ridiculous remedies ad ministered. I have known the entrails of a chicken forced down the throat of a valuable animal aa a remadjr. Upon another occasion a por tion of the horse's mane and tail chopp ed up and administered in urine. Tliis to an animal owned by a professor of chemistry, by the way." "A horse has the colic, which is at once pro nounced a caoeof bots, and the remedies used killed the horses. In onepuC mor tem, which all the experts pronounced bots before the death of the animal, we found that the horse died from conges tion of the lungs. The bot is incapable of penetrating the stomach, as much so as a fishing worm is of going through a granite wall. But granting that he has the faculty of so doing, the stomach...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 October 1878

SENTINEL AND REPUBLICAN. SUPPLEMENT. MLFFUNTOWN, PA., 'WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1878. When it was an Honor to be aBond holder. From the Philadelphia Ledger. How times have changed with ref erence to government bondholders! There were dark days once when it was considered a meiit to buy and hold the bonds of the United States. Those were the days when the officers of the government, engaged in carry ing on the war against the men who were striking at the nation's life, were sorely in need of monev. and earn estly besought those who had it to lend their money to the government, and to take bonds, promising its hon orable repayment Then, as we have said, it was considered an merit to be a bondholder. It was a sign that material aid had been extended to the government in helping it through the deadly struggle. Indeed, there were extremists who held that the owner ship of a United States bond, when the existence of the United States was staked upon the issue of battle, was a badge of loyal...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 October 1878

.Miscellaneous. t. DUXDORH-- . 5 J. 1 DKEHIXO. U DUNDOBE & CO., DI1UI9 U HARD IT ARE, IROX, JAILS, All Kind of Stoves. Professional Cards. YOUIS . ATKIXSOX, ATTORNEY -AT - LAW, MIFFLIXTOWX, PA. Uncollecting and Conveyancing pruui;i. ly attended to. OrncE On Bridge street, t pp si.e Court House Square. Attorney and Counselor -at-Law. Prompt attention given to the eci.-i-. and collecting of claims, and all legal bun- ness. r"R"V rjOOFIJ OrrtcE on bridge fctrert, first door nt AyAk - VVlO, ! of the jjelford building. April 14, 1875-tf GROCERIES, A LFRED J. PATTERSON Xotions,Zeady-macleCloth-j C7 All business promptly attended t... itl!, HatS, CapS, BootS, Oric On Bridge street, opposite tl. Court House square. Shoes. j AVID D. STONE, FLOUR, FEED, DRUGS, JtC, ATT0REY-AT-LAV, -MIFFLINTO'.VX, I A. I GT7" Collections and ail profession! bill- Hardware a Specialty. j nv"u'M t0' i D F. Bl'RCHFlELD. JOHNSTOWN, JUNIATA CO., PA. j attorney, vt-luv MlFFLIXTOiry, P.I. Thankful to the pubtic f...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 November 1878

iLeiiilim 13. F. SCIIWEIEIi, THE COUSTITUTIOS-THE XUTIOlf-AlD THE DTFOECEMEST OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXIL MIFFLIN1WN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1S7S. NO. 15. V - LONGING. Of ill the myriad moods of mind That through the soul come thronging, much one na e'er bo dear, so kind. So bemutif ul as longing? The tiling we long for, that we are, , For one transcendent moment, JVfore the present poor and bare. Can make its sneering oomnieut. Still, thronch or paltry stir and strife. Glows down the wished ideal, And longing moulds in clay what life Carres in the marble real; To let the new life in, we know IMure must ope the portal; Perhaps the longing to be so llt'Ijw make the soul immortal. Longing is God's fresh, heavenward will With our poor earthward striving; We quench it that we may be still Conteut with merely living; Cut would we learn tnat heart's full scope Which we are hourly wronging. Our Uvea must climb from hope to hope, Aud realize our lo...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 November 1878

4LNTIXEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTO'.VN. Wednesday, Jlev?r B. F. SCII W E I E R, KIIITUK ASP rOPICT. This is no time to iite in detail cf tlie election 1 tbe result will unfold itself ia full within the coming ten days, but enough is known to make it certuiu that the b-ieat danger to the country the Greenback fimincial heresy has been grappled with, in tliireniJj, by the people, and voted down. The Arnt-rirtm peoplo ueni onetrated on tbe fitU of battle thtt l,f.v n-ftstj r aiine.l rebellion, but ' .. 1 it was 1 question whether they cou.J : comprehend the insinuating approach .,, , . 1 1 i.f a financiul heresy before it had so vii u i.u.uu i.m j far got control of the affairs of the nation, that untold injury would fol-j low. But they were equal to tbe dan-, per, and thus have settled another ! b 1 great heresy that grew out of the j The November Election Gale. Hoyt aud tbe whole of tbe Republi can State ticket elected by a majority, running from 20 to 30 thousand. Fisher is elected...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 November 1878

4 At cEXTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN J OWN: TTednesdaU, fto',- isrg. TERMS, gobecriptlon, $1.50 per annum, If mid ertttrn 12 month j 2.00 ir not pud within 13 month. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cent prr inch for each insertion! Transient business notices in local col BmTi, 10 Cents per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be male to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter rear. PENN'A. B. ETIME TABLE. OX and after Montfjy, July 15th, 1P78, passenger trains will leave ililUia Sta tiep, P. K. R., as follows t EASTWaBn. Mifflin Ace, daily .except S tinday, 6 25 a m Pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 10 19 a ni Jjbnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday II 32 a rn Mail, tUi'y 6 to pro Atlantic Express, daily 9 1(1 p m FMa Ex-, daily ex. Silnday night II 12 pm Sunday train 4 10 19 am " 605ptn " " 1 10 pro wkstwabd. Pacific Express, daily.. Way Passenger Miil.daitv except Sunday.... . . . 8 58 a m ..'.10 0.1am 8 85 p iu I ' n k ri i! . 1 nnr4.. B (Ml ... Sunday trai...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 November 1878

AGRICULTURE. PROTECTION OF PLANTS FROM COLD. A very slight covering will exclude much cold. At first it seems almost Impossible that thin mat or any such flin.sy substance would prevent tender plants from attaining the temperature of the atmosphere by which it is gener ally supposed they are injured. But when it if considered that bodies on the surface of the earth become, during a still and serene night, colder than the atmosphere, by radiating their beat to the heavens, a good reason will be ob served lor the practice. The covering has mort tflect when placed a little dis tance above the plants to be sheltered. A very considerable difference in tem perature was always observed on still and serene nights, between bodies shel tered from the sky by substances touch ing them and similar bodies sheltered by a substance a little above them. An experimenter recently found on one nilit that the warmth of grass, shel tered by a cambric handkerchief raised a few inches in the airs was three...

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. — 13 November 1878

B. F. SCHWEIER, THE COHSTITUTIOH THE TTNTOS AJTD TEE EHTOBOEMEBT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXII. MIFFLINTOWNi JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA , WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1S78. NO. 4G. TBB OLD HOWL O little boise lost in the heart of the lindens. What would I cot give to behold yon once mire: To iohale once a;ain the sweet breath of toot loses, And tbo nUrrr clematis that climbed round your door to see the neat windows throws wide to the euDshine; The porch where we aat at the eloae of the day. Wbere the weary foot trailer wae welcome to ret him, , Ao J the beggar was never sent empty away , The wainwcotted walla, and the low raftered ceilings; To hear the loud tick of the clock oa the stairs; . and to kiss the dear face bending over the bi ble. That always was laid by my grandfather" chair! , O bright little garden beside toe plantation. Where the tall fleurs-de-hs thetr blue ban ners nnfurled. A.od the lawn was alive with the thrashes and bla.'kbirdx. I would rou were all I had...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 November 1878

amlNEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLll TOWN. vYrdnreday, of'r 13. ISTS. B. f. SCHWEIER, Enrrnn a-so pnopmrrom. Resumption oo the first of Jan-iarv, 1879. The latest State returns pnt Hoyt's majoritj at 22,890. Tuk Dill, .icJlure, and Curtin ring ni completely broken bj tbe late eleo tion. SLuob Uexkbal Hancock recom mends that more attention bs paid to rifle shooting;. 44 New York will have more Repub licans in her Asr-embly of 1879 than ever had seats in that body since the party was organized." . m e- Bctleb is preparing a brick for Jiin Blaine. The Essex states man will remain in that bottle if he is as wise as he is wi'y." Globje F. Sewabp, Minister to China, has returned to answer charges of extortion and irregularity in office, as made by Americans in China It is a poor sign when the Dem ocracy couLt on a "solid South" for victory just the kind of a sign that will make the North "solid" against them. HrsTEu's motion for a new trial in the Camden court has been over ruled. Ha will be ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 November 1878

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOW j ; Wednesday, Xor'r 13. 18T8. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum, If paid within 12 month ; $2.00 if not pari within to months- Transient dvertisemnU inserted at 50 tents per men ior eica insertion. Transient business notices in Iocs! col mn. 10 cents Per line for nrh ina..n.i. Deductions will be made to th.-se dejift'nr to advertise by the year, half or quarter Tear. PEXX'A. B. E. TIME TABLE. - and after Monday, July 15th, 1878, v passenger trains win leave Slitllin Sta u l. D r..1i. . EASTWARD. lf;fftin tr ft iilx- hvn.t data... c A; - - . - i , " . in Faritic Express, daily ex. Monday 10 19 a m S v I Jt . ; .. i , . i-uti e. ouuuay 11 a ni Mail, daily 6 05 Dm Atlantic Express, daily.......... 9 ID p in Phiia Kx., daily ex. Sunday night 11 12 pm bund ay train 10 19 am " " 6 05pm - " 910jm WEsTWABV. Pacini Express, dailv.i ... 6 59am War Passenger 10 00 a ni Mail, daily except Sunday 3 3opm ;i!in Ace, daily except SnnJay, 8 "0 p ni Sunday tra...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 November 1878

Market Cnltnr of Umdtr la England. Although lavender will grow freely mnd bloom profusely on soils of a wide ly different character, its cultivation for commercial purposes is confined to an area of comparatively small extent. There are plantations in Herts and Cambridgeshire, but by far the largest proportion of the flowers that are sent aunually to the distilleries are pro duced in Surrey, in the district of which Mitchaiu may be considered the centre. Formerly the lavender planta tions of Surrey were confined to the parish of Mitcham, but of late years, to keep pace with the requirements of the manufacturers, it has been found ne cessary to considerably extend the area, and plantations of vat extent are now to be met with in Bet'dington.Walling ton, Sutton and Carslialion, and it is computed that in this district there are at least ZuO acres uuder lavender. It is now about eighteen years since the first plantations were formed in Bed dingtou, and from' thence the culture has exte...

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