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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 22 January 1873

RATES 0? ADVERTISING. All advertising for less than three months' for on square of nine line or le. will be charged one insertion, 75 cents, three $1.50, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Administrator's. Executor's and Ao4iror' Notices, $2,00. Professional and Business" Cards, not exceeding one square, and inclu dis copy of paper. $S,00 per jear. Notices i in-sadiog eoluxins. ten eentsperline. MoT chants advertising by the year at special rate. ! 3 ontkf 6 monthi. 1 year. Oae square $ 3.50 $5.00 $8.00 The Joxiata Skstixil is ul.liihed every Wednesday morning at $1,60 a year, in ad vance ; or $2,00 in mil cases if not paid promptly ia advance. No subscriptions dis aontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at Ike option of the publisher. B. r. SCHWEIEK, rat coasTiTDTioa thi vaioa asb tm saroacaasiT or the laws. EDITOR A.D rKOPRIETOS. I Two squires 5,C0 8.C0 Three squares.... 6,00 10,00 One-fourth coi n. l'l.OO 17.00 ! Half column 1S.PO 25.00 ; One column 30.00 45.00 1...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 22 January 1873

Juniata Jlwtmel. MIFFLINTOWN- Wednesday Morning, Jaa. 22fl373. B. F. SCIIWEIER, LPITOa PROPRIETOK. GEO. P. HOWELL & CO, 40 Park Row, New York S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our tale agents in that city, hnd are au thorixed to contract, for advertising at oar lowest rates. Advertiser in Hint city are te- quested to leave their favors with eitlicr of lh above bouses. Th Turkish Government, ha brought nit against iiti London Tmt for libel on publication. Fdwarii Ucmvrr Lyto.v, the well, knr.wn author, died in England on the afternoon of the ISth inst , aged C7 years. Tnnr.E is a judicial cmteateii election cafe in the Seventh Judicial I'istiict, composed of the counties of Bucks and Montgomery. Accoiujig to a recent act passed by Conpre?s it is not lawful for a mm to hold a United States office and a State office at cne and the same time. GuNKitAi. IIartranft was inangnra ted Govrrnc r yeFterday. The military and civic processions were large and im-pm-iiiij. The...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 22 January 1873

t Jmtiati Stntinel. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAN. 22, 1873. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND after Sunday, Dec. 22, 1872, Passenger Trains will leave Mifflin Station aa follow! : AST W A BO. Philadelphia Express 1:10 A. M. Fast Line 4:0 A. M. . Harrmhurg Accommodation 11:28 A. M. Mail Train- 6:18 P. M. Cincinnati Express 0:03 P. M. WL8TWA.IID. Pittsburg Express l:f 8 A. M. Cincinnati Express 1:55 A. M. Southern Express.. 4:08 A. M Pacific Express- 5:4:1 A. M. War Passenger 0:W A. M. Mail Train - 3:38 P. M. Fast Line fi.33 P. M JAMES NORTH, Ag't TOWN A.I COUSTRV. Local Option is not a political ques tion. . Th muddy- rushing water of the river contrasted oddly on Saturday with ita enow-covered bunks. TlIK name of tlie town of Bloody Run, in Bedford county. Las Leeu changed to that of Everett Cily. Tell us, Elliott what is there in a name T The Local of the Skntixel believes hat he has unearthed "Iiiviriblt','' of the Blair county Radi . His name is well it shan't be tuld just now. Dr. Gkke.m....

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 22 January 1873

r i i . 1 v vr-. i i . i i , , M ' i ' ': j '.r : ''. K - t ; f -, r FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Ca a Cjp of Csffss. It lias been said. say Srritmer, that even in these rn'ightrnctl days, and in the lands most biased by the influence nf civiliz ition, there are thousands upon thousands of persons b-rn into tli! world wlio live hing Uvea and then gi rlnwu i:ifo their p-ava without ever havine tasted n goil cn;i f cuflVe. There are many reason fur this and the principal one, of course, must be that so tvw pr cons know how to make jrood wflee And yet there have been thousands of . . . receipt anil lin-;i:iim pumictien, which teach na how f. make good coffee by ...... , ... , ,, boiling it ; by not l oihug it ; by e mfin - ing the essence an J aroma ; by inaki.ip; it in open reM. l.-; by -teopi it ; by not ateepmg it; by . pnnr.ing it tine; ly grinding it coar.-e, and by many olh -r methods opposed to each oth r and to all there. Now we do not i:;t;-nd to try to tell anybody how to in:ike good ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 29 January 1873

lliii RATES'CF ADYIRTI3LNG. 'All advertising for ?ss than three months for one square of nine linea or lees, will be charged one insertion, To cents, tltree $'..50, and 60 cents tor each subsequent insertion. Administrator's, Executor' and Auditor' Notices, $2,00. Professional aid Business Cards, not exceeding one etu&re, and inelu- ESTABLISHED IX 1816. i v. il Tvauunw Xtct Wepriioat tjotnixo. Bridge Street, oppoeite the Odd Fellows' Hll, MIFPLINTOWN.' PA. ' , ding copy of paper. $8,00 perycar. Noticts j in reading eolaain3:en cents per line. Mer chants advertising bj the year at -r-ecial rates. ' Tub JcviAt a Sestiiii. i published every Wedntidtj nroraisig at $1,60 a, year, in ad vance; or ia alt caeca if net paid promptly in advance. No subscriptions dis 3 "onths- 6 -Konlht. One square .$3.,r0 $ 6,00 Two squares 5.00 8:00 Three squares...: tS.O'J 10.00 One-fourth eol'n. 10.00 17.00 Half column..... 18,00 25,00 One column 30.00 ' 45.00' 1 Wr. 5 8.00 11,00 15,00, 25,0 45,00 B. F...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 29 January 1873

Juniata $cntinel MIFFLIN T O W I- Wednesday Homing, Jan. 29, 1873. B. F. SCIIWEIER, EDITOR k rROPRHTOR. G EO. P. ROWELL & CO, 40 Park Row, New York S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our sole agents in that city, and an au thorized to contract for advertising at onr lowest rate. Advertiser in that city are te- miMtrd to leav their favors with either of the above houses. Th b Franking privloge id to be abol- ighed. United Stntes troops are being sent to the scene of the Modnc war. England and Russia are in the eve of a war about their Indian possession. i - . By order of Emperor William, the German Courtill go iuto mourning one week for Napoleon A White Man's Mass Meeting was called at Dover, Delaware, recently. One man atteuded. Throijou the collusion of a prisoner acting as doorkeeper, seven prisoners es caped from the j Ail at Patterson, N. J., om the 22nd in&t. Tub purchase of Samana Bay off the Island of Santo Domingo by a pri vate corporation has been ra...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 29 January 1873

&t Janata J&iitind. "WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAN. 29, lc73. pENNSVLV IMA RAILROAD ON AND L slier i 'snuay, nee.-.:, lc, rassi-ngt r v oasuroay evening a week one of i cnusylvama trains landed a young man at Altooua named E. 0. Hill, who Lad wade a confusion in Pittblargh of a crime perpetrated by him in ScotrmW iouu me burnt!" lrsvc JlilB'H Siation as folio EASTWinn. pbiisilc'pliia Express 1:10 A. M. fast Line 4:0- A. M. Hirrisfiurg Accommodation 11:28 A. M. Vail Train- :P. M. Ciucinniti Express 9:03 P. M. WLSTWAUll. Pittsburg Express. A. M. rinciu"'"' E'rs 1:'5 A. M. Joutfcern Fxpre,ss 4:08 A. M. rdfic Express- 5:41 A. M. Wt Pat-fenger 1 1 : t: A. M." Vail Train 3:38 P. M. r.siLine . 1 M. JAMES NORTH, Ag't TOWS ANI COU.XTUV. Cabbage sells at 10 cc-lU per pound 8; Sunburj Knowledos is Tower, is Wealth, is Hatpinkss The truth of which can b tested by calling at the Dental Office of G. L. 1erb, established in Mifflin town in 18G0, and Las been in success or several buililina ' fnl ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 29 January 1873

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Graps Tines from Single Eyes. .. Moore't Rural. New Torhtr ys : Grape vines are propagated from what are termed "single eye cuttings" in the open ground, but seldom with as good results as when plutited in a propagating house, where artificial Leat can bo ap plied. Tue usual jractic is to make the cuttinge in Fall or Winter, sever ing the caue abut a half inch above the bud and two ii.clus below, with long jointed torts. li' ihe internode aie short, thin the leiig.li of t!;e cuttings need not be .-o grvr.t After the cutli.ijM are made, slme ii:im in tliupji saw duel or sand, arid plice in -1 roe! C liar, being j careful not to kt th m Licomc too dry. In Spring, as soon as the earth warm and dry enough to work rtd.!y, plant the cuttings in light. fimly pulveiized soil, setting them p -rpcndiculw, li-av.t,p the bud just even with, or .1 little btluw the surface of the eoil Wan th'.' esitii firmly about the cuttings ; a:id lhi:ucv-.r the entire surface of the bed wi...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 5 February 1873

JX t I I; it ESTABLISHED IS 1646. V ' e PdBLISUCD BVSBT WnnifpT lloiino, Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall, M1FFLINTOWN. TA.-; . Tan Joxiata SasTiXEt. ii published every Wednesday morning at $1,50 a year, in ad vance ; or $2,00 in all eases if not paid promptly in advance. No subscriptions dis continued until all arrearages art paid, unlets at tbe option of the publisher. business .Carbs. JOUIS K. ATKINSON, A-ttoiney at. JLiCtw JIIFFLINT0W3, FA. Uncollecting and Conveyancing promptly attended to. Office on Rridgo street, op posito tbe Court House square. 0BE1U MiMEEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, N1FFLINTOWN, V. Office on Bridge street, iu tlie room formerly occupied by i.zr 1. 1 rl tr. Lq. B. LOUDEN, '. MIFFLINTOWN, PA., Offers bis services to tbe citiiens of Juni ata eouuty as Auciiuuecr aud Vendue Crier Charges, frsm two to tea dollars, ti9fac tiuu warranted. nov3. '19 o. VesTo YE3! S. H. 2.TD2?v, PcrrvsviUe, Fa , Ten'lrjn hi. k-rviccK to the citizens of Juni ata and a-ljuiuiuj c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 5 February 1873

Juniate Jltntintl. M I f F L I N T l) W N Wednesday Morning, Feb. 5, 1873 B. F. SCHWEIER, KDITOR PROPRIETOR. GEO. P. R0WELL&CO.40 Park Row, New York AND S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our sole agents in that city, and ara au thorised to contract for advertising at our lowest rates. Advertisers in that city are le- quested to leave their favors with either of the above houses. Tim Democratic party it loud in rlatnnr over the revelation of corruption in Congress and elsewhere. It is true that the amount of corruption revealed j both startling and humiliating to every man who desires the perpetuity of inti'g rity among men, and the socnntr of free government among onr people. The Republican party being iu power, the public corruption (has far revealed excepting in New Yik. where the Dem ocracy are in power has been chit fly en fined to its rank. The public corruption at Washington is being investigated. Just how many Congressmen and Senators will be ruined in re...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 5 February 1873

fyt Janiila Stntind. WIDNE3DAT MORNING, FEB. 6, 1873. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND after Sunday, Deo. 22, 1872, Paengtr Train will leave Mifflin Station at follows : EASTWABII. Philadelphia Express . 1:10 A. M. rast Line 4:08 A. M. Harrishurg Accommodation 11:28 A. At. Mail Train 6:18 P.M. Cincinnati Express 9:03 P. M. WLSTWAKP. Pittsburg Express. Cincinnati Express Southern Express. Tacifie Express-....... Way Passenger Mail Train - fast Line .... l:f 8 A. M. .... 1:S5 A. M. .... 4:08 A. M. .... 6:43 A. M. 10:03 A. M. .... 3:S8 P. M. . 6.83 P. M JAMES NORTIT. Ag't TOWN AND COt'NTKT. The special law relative to tbe public printing in ibis county lias been repealed bj the Legislature, and the repealing act signed by the Governor. Rkcobder Pcsn held a court on Mon day afternoon, JuJe Junkin acting as Clerk Tun State Editorial Associates dig countenance ibe use of the 'patent oat aides.' It is unlawful to catch pike now. will be lawful to catch them after 1st of next June. It the MiXT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 5 February 1873

i i t FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. ; Cooking Food for Stack. At the Farmers Club ibe other day. Col. Curtie said : I have received let ter from O. D. Wbitecomb, Rodman, X. Y., asking antea of qlsstiuiH aW.it cooking f i' id fr aosk, anl it a 1 t'e vis it to Btaeon Farm 1 read litem to Wil liam Cro:iiT ; and t( lit ving !.i:u ti he a! least one of the beft farmer in tbii coaii trj, I give tlic tuesliitm and answers : How m-.ny cows do jou feed ? Ann. Siueiy cows and other c-itt!e Da yon ffid imrr ewikp.d feed entire lyr Ana Yc. Do joa feed horses any g'aiu clvar I If to, do you cook it T Ans. Feed no clear grain ; cook al! in winter. How much liny do you leed cows per day r Ans. I feed about three per cent, of the gross weight of the aiii;nal, of my mixed feed ; all of it ut arni-J. How many times do yon feed p-r day t Ans. Twice. Do you feed any raw hay 1 Aus. Sometimes a little fore cb.mge Do you feed straw mixed with hay or coriifoddcr or clear t ' Aus. Mixed. ; Llow mueh liny do you consi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 12 February 1873

li i 2 He guaiati, eatinrl. ESTABLISHED IS 1846. Published Etikt rYinxtsDAT Moiiiso, Bridge Street, apposite the 011 Fellewt' Hall, MIFFLIXTOWN. PA. TnE Juhiata SKSimti. i published eTery Wednesday morning it $1,50 a year, in ad vance ; or $2,00 in all eases if not paid promptly in advance. No subscriptions dis continued until all arrearages are paid, unless at ike option of the publisher. '.' Jksintss Carbs. JOUIS K. ATKINSON. .Vt t n'iu?y nt, Jixav, MlFFLIXTOWN, PA. JfqCoiUcting and Convey aucing promptly attended l. Office nn Itridjre street, opposite the Court House Square. jiobKUr Mt-MKKN. ATTORNEY AT LA V, MIKFLIXTOWS, PA. i iCice nn Uridge :n-ct. in the roan: 'uriucrlj Occupied hy Kira 1). Fai l cr. i;s. SB. L')t"l:KS, MlFFLIXTOWN, l'A., Offer kin servtcen to tins citizens of .Tum ata couutj Mtt Aut'iutirer aud Vendue Crier. Char (Jits, from two o ta UoJlm. Sitt'isfuc tiou warrautcl. hut", 'O'J o YES ! () YES! H. H, SNYDER, Ferrysville, Pa-, Tenders his servioes to tlio citiz...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 12 February 1873

3 u iiia I a Henttmt political management lie mi therefore encouraged wad made mneb of by tbe gentlemen who now boatt of their instru mentality in patting Lim down.. They desired to create a party strength in New DEATH OF EX-UOYEK50R GEARY t RB DIES AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. Our entire community was chocked this morninp by the intelligence that Ex- York city sufficient to control the politics : Governor John W. Geary had died end of the State. As to the means tLey were j denly f heart disease at the breakfast not particular. Tbe object was control, ' table, at his residence. No. 202 Waluut to be obtained somehow. The best men street. He relumed from New York in the Democratic party regarded Tweed's t yesterday afternoon at four o'clock in his political management with favor, throng b 1 nsnnl health, except that he felt fatigued MIFFLINTOWN Wednesday Horning, Feb. 12,'l873 B. F. SCIIWEIKU, rpjroa A PROPRIETOR. GEO. P. ROWELL & CO, 40 Park Row, New York AND S. M. PETTENGILL 4 CO., 3...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 12 February 1873

lt Jasrili StnttseL WEDNESDAY MORKINO, FEB. 12, 1873. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND Common Pleas were as follow, and com- Train, will lea. Mifflin Station as follo. : , prebended m money value in tbe aggre- M. M. Al. M. M. KASTWAKD. Philadelphia Express 1:10 A. Fast Line ....... . 4:0 A. Harrishurg Accommodation 11:28 A. Wail Train- C:18 P. Cincinnati Express 9:03 P. WLSTWARD. Piftsborg Express..- 18 A. M. Cincinnati Express 1:.'5 A. M. Southern Express 4:08 A.M. Pacifie Express- 6:13 A. M. Way Passenger..! 10:03 A. M. Wail Train.- 3:38 P. M. raatLme . C.83 P. M JAMES NORTH. Aa't TOWN AND COUNTRY. Berocy and Wilson carred a lot of losses from here eastward, on Monday. Jijdgk 8. 8. Woods, of f.ewistown,, died at bis resilience on Wednesday last. He waa buried on Saturday. A CLost oireKRVKR avs. Tbe tbree tbinga most difficulty arc, to keep a se cret, to forget an injury and to make good use of leisure. The Temperance Column in ibis issue j per statement, in figures, of the respec I l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 12 February 1873

Spisrrtteitfmu. D. P. SULOUFF & CO., (Successors to D. K. Sulouff & Co.,) . ESALESS IN . Cm. in, Lumber, Coal, CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT. &C. .The Ili-lx-t CVh IVices.lVid fur ail ...mis of CJrain. i jit iit-r. i . uC. at liic La .vest Fliers. Having bn.its of oi:r own we c.in fieglit truin, l.uiuter, 'nI. ic, elu-ajier thau any o'her panics. V.'e therefore defy competi tion. ESafYou c :n mik? mo;i;'v Sy culling on ug betore selling or huyin el-cv. Ii.-re. (r.i wii.1. ri: im:Kivi:i) is ulu bv tub I t or Ji nk, ltiT-'I. xrmc to nr P. P. Our grain is oot tie backs. r.led on men's .Mi!Bii. pril iO. !-'7J. The Place for Good Grape-vines IS AT THE Juniata Uallrn IHiunarbs, AM) UKU'E-VIXE MRSEIJY. 'pilE undersigned would re -pectf-illy in-i- fortn the piibliu that l:e lms sinned a tiraj'e-vine Nursery nbuui 0111; mile not I bvnst -f Miliiinl.iwn. where lie l..s been le.-tinp a lirpe Mimlii-r of the ditfi-retit viric'i'-s o! til-apes; and having been in the business for erveu ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 19 February 1873

Sbr ganiata rntiarl. ESTABLISHED IX 1846. Foslisbsd Evert Widhiimt Moaatso, . Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' IUU, MIFFMXTOWS, PA. Ta Jdmiata Ssmtisel ii published every Wednesday morning at $1,50 a year, in ad. um ; or $2,00 in all cases if not paid promptly in advance. No subscriptions dis continued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. gnsintss Curbs. JOUIS K. ATKINSON, Attorney at Xxtw, MIFFLIXTOWN, I'A. tj"ColUcting and Conveyancing promptly attended to. Office on ISriJc street, "ppasite the Court House Square. R OBKUr MtMEEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, NIFFLIXTOWX, PA. - Oilics An Mridgc street, in the room furmerlt eceupiod 1;y Ezra 1. I'arl er, Lsq. ATCTIOSEEa." JF. G. LONG, residing in Spruce tl ill township, offers his services tu ihs citi zens of Juniata county as. Vietiourer and Vendue Oirr. Charges modern'. Sii Yiictiou warranted. jn29-3iu 31 1 FFLINTOWN, TA., Offers his services to the citizens of Juni ata county as Auctioneer sad Vcnilu ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 19 February 1873

Juniata Jitirtmel. MIFFLINTOWN Wednesday Morning, Feb. 19. 1873. 13. F. SCIIWEIEU, EDITOR PBOPRItTOR. G EO. P. ROWCLL it CO, 40 Park Row, New York Ann S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our Ze agents in that city, and are au thorised to contract for advertising at our loweit rate. Advertisers ia that city art le quailed to leTt their favors with either of i be aboTe house. . Thb Congressional Credit Mobilier, investigntion ia rnded. .The rrport of t':e committee ia anxiously Irwked for. pRFS'DR.Nr Grant keeps on pardon tug the southern ku klux. They soon will all be free. A Virginia C'lj, Nevada, doctor went to a drug store for bluer in a mistake he took acoutic H died in n few hours. Local Option as d-fi-atid in Read ing on the 14th inst. Xo other result was expected from that portiou of the country. r m Thk hair of Foster, the street car murderer, w Lo is in prtenn in New Yoik under sentence of death, is rapidly turniug grey. Tiik snow in the neighborhood of Ma dri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 19 February 1873

fyt Janhtta Sentinel. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 19, 1873. DENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND L after Sunday, Dm. 22, 1872, Passenger araiae will leave Mifflin Station as lollowi - ASTWABD. Philadelphia Express 1:10 A. l. Fait Line 4:0S A. M. Harrishurg Accommodation 11:28 A. M. Mail Traia 6:18 P. M. ClaeiaaaU Express 9:03 P. II. wtrrwABD. Pittsburg Express l:f A. M. Cineiaaaii Express 1:56 A. M. Souther Express. 4:08 A. M. Pacific Express 6:43 A. M. Way Passenger 10:03 A. M. Mail Train 8:38 P. M. Fast Line 0.33 P. M JAMES NORTH. Ag't TOWS AND COUNTRY. This has been a profitable winter for coal dealers. Sknator CitAWfORi) has our thanks for a autnbir of public documents. Am adjourned court will be held here next week, commencing on Monday. A protb actko meeting is in progress in the Lutheran Church at Perrysville. Peoplc are wishing the winter to bicak. 1 hey hare had nine weeks of sleighing. Tioga county. Pa , has voted against license for the next three years. The majority was about 1000....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 19 February 1873

FARM AM) llOU.SKI.0U. .E..5f, lit. :e:...cg. ! Nrarlj all tick irr uj tarn are BnaJe o ia the first i-lac tj eating iia jicojir IVI. or t-w mack of it. A toon a tLe onrr find any of Li ttiictU rick, it is l lie cmuonn eutnm la twgi tlntiar Bf licii:f. Vc u. usii'l kave animal t ' ; r uut J i f i g t'liu and to a!! inaoi.ir of LuitN.l diug and poieone -e thiuft Jnwii t!e tlir.ia! !t pett-r, cipjirras, tiirjn:i:n etc . rttrtr. sufficient l ina.a any .-tuimil tick, or kill a tick ot.o "Y hi ili.ln'i give t!ie poor tiling rnuiigli you rbouM l.cvc giv en it ofuner yuu can't -xoect your beast to gt-t wellif yoa ilou't do mire for it !" Our rule ha alrirs lipn to give nothing unless we knew tx.ictly a liat to do ; aud in the meantime a'tend to every tlteri r cornfoit ( rac-tic.ll;. Jf tin weather is cold, place it in warm quarters avoid a!l exposure, aud attrnd to pure ai. and strict clemilju-B li.it there id one medicir.e that can never do hnrm, and U comm mly 1 eneficial. Tina is pulveri...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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