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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 26 February 1873

ESTABLISHED IK I81S. roBLItHID EVBHT WlOKIIDll UoIKO, Bridge Street, oppoeite the Odd Fellows' Hall, MIFFLIHTOWS, PA. t Tib J OKI at a Siktiiiil is published every Wedneeday morning t $1,60 a jeer, in ad vanee ; or $2,00 in all casea if not paid promptly in advance. . No subscriptions dit eontiaaed until all arrearage are paid, unlen . at the option of the pablisher. Business Carbs. JOUIS K. ATKINSON. Attorney at Law, M1FFLISTOWN, PA. fjscTCollotiag and CoaTeyanoing promptly attended to. OSoe on Bridge etreet, oppoeite the Coart Henee Square. JJOBKRT McMEEX, ATTOliXEY AT LA V, MIFFLINTOWN. PA. Otjtce on Bridge etreet. ia the room formerly oeeupied by Eire I). Parker, Esq- AUCTIONEER. JF. O. LONG, reeiding in Spruce Hill township, offers his services te the citi sene of Juniata county as Auctioneer and Vendue Crier. Charges moderate. Satis faction warranted. jan29-3m SJ B. LOUUKS, O. MIFFLINTOWN. PA., Offers his services to the oitiiene of Juni ata eouaty as Auctioneer and Yeftduo Cr...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 26 February 1873

iiuiinta JSjntiiwl. MIFFLINTOWN Wednesday Morning,. Fek 26, 1873. 1J. F. SCIIWEIER, KDITOR A PROPBIITOB. G EO. P. ROWELL & CO, 40 Park Row, New York AMD S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our sols agents 1b that city, and are au thorised t contract for advertising at our lowest rates. Advertisers in that cut are ie- queated to leave their favors with either of he above houses. Congress will appropriate S250 000 for tbe rhilaJflpLia League Island Navj Yard purposes. ... . A riRK broke out at three o'clock iri the afternoon of tbe 20th inst. in the town of St. Petersburg, Clarion county, Oiik), and before it was extinguished, it destroyed the main part of the town. Pbipvatios Tor the inaugural csre rnonies at Washington are being rapidly pmhed Crward. A building for the in auguration ball is being constructed. It dimensions are about 350 by 150 feet, with a height of 80 feet. It will accom modate 10,000 people. The dancing floor i 300 feet long and 100 feet wide. T...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 26 February 1873

Juniatotntinel. rWKDSKflBAT MORNlSQ, FEB. 26, Jfe73. PENNSYLVANIA EA ILttOAD. ON AND after 8oday, Dt4. 13, 1872. Passenger mBa win mil nifflin siatipn as.rouows f .r atwd. . kiladlphia Express ' 1:10 A. M. Ft Lioe ....... 4:08 A. M. Harrittmrg Accommodation 11:28 A. M. Mail Train . 6:1B P. M. Ctscinaati Exprt.. .. 8:03 p. M. JT- V . V ? - vutwiu. ' ' '. frltuburf Express.. ..V 1:08 A. M. CiMinnui Express............ A. M. Souther Easrsss............. 4:08 A.M. ifis Express.. C:43 A. M. A ay FuitDgir... . 10:03 A. M. kUil Train &:38 P. M. ; ' Taat Lin C.33 P. M JAMES KORTII, Ag'l TOWN AND COl.MUV. Tat Themometer stood at 2 degree below aero, on monday morning at tan ria. The report is tliat Centre county has -given 1,000 mrjority against license, in -stead of 500 for license, as announced previously. Blair gives about 2 500 against license, Schuylkill about 3 000 and Northumberland about 400 fur li cense. Ex. Thk business of the country is tending urpt isingly to wholesale magnit...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 26 February 1873

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. I " ' ' . kerosene for Henneries. Where lice are troublesome in a len- . nerw, the ne'e of keroiene will be fouod t anrwuf an excellent purpose. II ne- cesMrj, get small watering pot and rprifcjdrt it everywhere. , We Jtnow of it u'ldn lhi way, and with com plete su'rrM. It was aUo applied to the to;, by rubbing undi-r the wing and atnoiiir flic ft a titers on the Lack of ibV neck, and the pests were effectually "cleaned out." without apparent harm to the (o.vl. For eraill chicken, rubbed lightly with a fcatlnr about the head and on t:.c 11 . it i admirable, and it ia there here lice can generally be found if they exist auy where among the fl ck Que application of this sort will suffice for in my wct ks. Careful observers will have noticed lual luere are several breeas til uen-llce to coutfitd agaiasL The spociee that at- tick eitiing h -tia in hot weather are very small, very act: v.- iu their motions, and mulikudious in tln-ir number. They wil! eomi times drive...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 5 March 1873

ESTABLISHED IS 1840. Peslutud Event Tyedicksdat Moitmxo. Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' IlaH, MIFFLINTOWX, TA. Tun JcxUTa Sc.NTtniL is published ever; Wednesday morning at $1,60 a year, in ad Taoee ; or $2,00 in all cases if not paid promptly in advance. No subscriptions dis ontiaued until all arrearages are paid, utiles; at the option of the publisher. justness ' arbs. JOUIS E. ATKINSON, A.ttoinoy fit JLv, MIFFLIKTOWN, PA. BufCjlUctiTig and Conveyancing promptly attended lo. Office on Bridge street, opposite the Court House Square. JOBEttT McMEEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, BItFFLISTOWN, PA. OSes on Bridge street, is the room formerly oeeupied by Ezra D. l'arrer, Csq. AUCTIONEER. T F. O. LONG, residing in Spruce n ill f a township, offers bis services to the cui stus of Juniata county as Auctioneer and Vendue Crier. Charges moiirte. Satis faction warranted. jan29-3m g B. LOCDEiN, MIFFLINTOWN, TA., Offers his services to the citizens of Juni ata eeunty as Auctioneer aid Vendue Crier...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 5 March 1873

MIFPLIKTOWS Wednesday Morninj, March. 5, 1873 li. F SCIL WEI ER, . KlllTOK rilOPBIETOR. G EO. P. ROW ELL & CO, 40 Park Row, New York AMI S. M. FETTE.N'GILL 4 CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our fir agents ia lhal city, and nre nu Ihoriied l contract fur advcriising nt our lowest rates. Adveriisers in Ihnt city are p queited l leave their favors Kith either of I he above houses. Th? Credit Mabllier Trouble in Congress Kndeil -Oakes Ames and James Brooks Condemned. To m :ke a long story short the cl uing r solutions in Congress Oil the .Credit J.Ii.biKer farce are here presented to the reader, without comment. Tiny w-re piesented on the 27ih ult. 'and iui mediately acted on. The first is relative to Oakes Ames dud was adopted yeas 131. nays IJ6 l'tt')!te-i. That the Hou--e absolutely condemns the conduct, of Oakes Ames, a member f this ilon.-e from the State of Massachusetts, in seeking to procure OongreKriinnal attention to the affair? of a cipiialion in which he was interested, and ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 5 March 1873

Cbe Juniata entind. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAR. 6, 1873. PENNSYLVANIA UA1LKOA I). ON AND after Sunday, Ieo. 22, 1872, rasserjrer Trains will leato Mifflin Station as follows : Philadelphia Express 1:10 A. M. Fast Line ... 4:0h A. M. llarriphurg Accommodation 11:28 A. M. Wail Train 0:18 P. M. Cincinnati Express.- 9:03 P. M. WISTWABU. Pittsburg Express 1:(8.A. M. Minciimnti Express I:"i5 A. M. Southern Express- 4:08 A. M Pacific Express- ,r:t:! A. M. Way Passenger liMK A. M. Mail Train 3:S8 P. M. Fast Line fi.83 P. M JAMES KORTH, Ag't TOWN AND COlJiTUV. - " ALTOOSA Lag a big scandal ? Houses are scarce and rents are high. NoitTiiiMBHtLAND La Lad a masquer ade ball. At a beavy discount in Mifflin Tbe Credit Mubilier transaction. . Tiierb is a considerable quantity of corn nnhuskcd in the fields in this coun-tj- ' The Wilsons, Bergya and Thompson are dealing quite extensively in horses this spring. Thb new railroad platform at Patter son is quite a big structure. To realize it walk around a...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 5 March 1873

-; . w ; sawiMwa I ? - ' ' ' ' i 1 r'4 r !' FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. How to Drivj Hons. Wlipn a womom lias a heu to iliive in to tlie coop, enyt the Danbury Nevs, flu tikes li'ild of, herhwps with both Lnulr anJ ?h :kt a tliprn quietly tiwml tlie do liuqiK'iit and tnyt, S1h-w !-tlii!ie." the hen t;ke on Ini.k fit the oljcct to cnnviue: licrsi 1( that ii't a woman, a:i.i then sulks ra j"etic.i!ly iut tlie co-p in perfect di.-g'tn f the eex A in.m t'ou't do that wuy. He goes out of doors nnci my '"Il in fingttlar rtulw"! in this Loiide can drive h In n hut ii.yfclf," and picking up a f;k! nf w ind, im:I. it at the ofTond ing hij !, ;ind ih:rves, "Get i.i t!i re, you thief.' The hen immediately osa her rcaseiii. and dashes m the opposite end of the yard. The man ftiaigliivay dashe;" afti-r her. She comes baek agiin with hei li-ad down, her w in.9 oat, aud folloivetl hy an aroi tmnut of rtove wood fruit cane ::nd coul clink. r.-', with a much puffing and very mud rum in the rear. Then she !k...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 12 March 1873

bf Juniata .futiarl. ESTABLISHED IS 1846. PcausniD Etcrt Wkdkesdat Monstxo. Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellowi' Halt, MIFFLINTOWX, PA. Tdc Josiata Skhtixel is published every Wednesday morning at $1,00 a year, in ad vance ; or $2,00 in all cases if not paid promptly in adrance. No subscriptions dis continued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. justness Carbs. JOUIS E. ATKINSON, Attorney at Jo-w, MIFFLIXTOWN, PA. JgyColUeting and Conveyancing promptly attended to. Office on Bridge street, opposite the Court House Square. JJOBEIlT McMEEN, ATTORNEY AT LA IF, MIFFLINTOWN, PA. Office on Bridge street, in the room formerly occupied by Lira V. rarf er, fcsq. ATJCTIONEEE. T F. O. LOXO, residing in Spruce Hill township, offers hit services to the cut- sens of Juniata county as Auctioneer and endue Crier. Charges moderate. Satis faction warranted. jan29-3m g B. LOCUKS, MIFFLINTOWN. PA., Offers his services to the cititeus of Juni ata county a Auctioneer ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 12 March 1873

luniata Sentinel. MirriiNTows Wednesday Morning, March 12, 1873. li. V. SCII WEI Ett, KKITOK PROPRIETOR. GEO. P.R0WELL&C0.40 Park Row, New York AND S. M. PETTENGILL 4 CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our tule agents io I tiat city, and are nu tboriied to contract for advertising At our lowest rates. Advertisers in that city are e quested to leave tbeir favors villi either of the above houses. IUaimIih J'nfiuVnt's Inaugural Ad-dies-" on first g. Tl.'K f. vi re Hia'.ln-r has killed l.irge unmix is (if cattle in I ImIio. This I'bilitoVlpliia M. K. Conference is iu Bi ssion At Columbia, Lancaster count v. Tun Inauguration ceremonies wore the grandest ever witnessed at Oo des patches say Washington. Thk t'iil if State Agent George O Evana resulted ill a verdict for the State of $149,702. A M'.MRUt of West I'oint cadet and soldiers were frost bitten while at Wash iiifrton attending the inanjruration. The Canadians are in a high dudgeon over goods tbat have been smuggled into their country ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 12 March 1873

ft J ft Cjft Janijia Stntiiul. WEDNESDAY MOBNIN0, MAR. 12, 1673. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. OS AND ! after Sunday, Dec. 22, 1872, Papenger I Arams will leave Mifflin Station as follows : EASTWAnn.- Philadelphia Express 1:10 A. 51. Fast Line 4:U A. M. Ilamshurg Accommodation 11:28 A. M. Mail Train . .. :18 P. M. .. 9:OJ I'. M. Cincinnati Express WISTWABU. Pittsburg Express Cincinnati Express , Southern Express- 1'acific Express- Way Passenger Mail Train Fast Line 1:08 A.M. 1:?.5 A. M. 4:08 A. M CMS A. M. l(t:(i:5 A. M. 3:38 l M. I..J P. M JAMES NORTH, Ag't TOWN AM) COl'.M'ItY. To balaueo proWiililiw.-j.-t a Fair , , , c batiks scale. The Central JI. K. Conference is in session at Cliainborsburg. " Road supervisors are busy shoveling the enow out of the roads. Two car loads of coal oil were con earned by fire ou Monday evening, be tween Patterson an:l Lewistown. The number of deaths in the United States during the year 1671. from the explosion of coal oil and fluid lumps was 3,500 Jamks B...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 12 March 1873

- Is r. r : -, i ' ! i -. , ! 'i i i . i . t 'i t tent FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Savs Your Manure. A correspondent of the Ciucinuat Times and Chronicle write : "I rnn n old man. Was born in a laud wbere schools were few and far between, bo 1 was not brought up at the feet of Gama liel, neither have I read Greeley's books J on Agriculture. bat I Lave learned 1 have studied from the field of Nature. Voimw men. T write to vou. 1 ake it for what it id worth. "First, all lands produce ilteirown ma nnres if farmed right The best of land can be made bad by bad firming, and any land cau be improved every year. The soil is made of decayed matter, and this it is necessary to renew. Some men object to. stable manure because it brings weed.. I don't care if they are np to your horse's back ; tarn them under with a heavy plow, and a good Crop of grain may be looked for, as the laud will be improved, l'ou may turn under some decayed matter. Turn it deep the deeper the better. The drouth will not hurt y...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 19 March 1873

ESTABLISHED I 1840. Published Evirv Wedkiudat Moaaixo, Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall, M'FFLIXTOWK. PA. Ta Joxiata Sbhtissi. is published very Wedneada7 arcrninj at 1,50 a year, in sd. tun ; er $2,00 ia all oases If not paid promptly ia advance. No subscriptions dis eatiaued natil all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. business Carbs. JOUIS E. ATKINSON, Attorney at Xav, MIFFLISTOWS. PA. glgyCuiUeling and Conveyancing promptly attended to. Office on Bridge street, opposite tbe Court IToase Square. JJOBKUT McMEEN, ATTORNEY A T LA W, IIIFFLIXTOWS, PA. Ofiice on Bridge street, in the room .'rmerl eeupied by Exra I). Parrer, Esq. . auctioneer!" ; JF. G. LO.NO, residing in Ppruce Hill ! lownabip. offers his services to tbe cui j tens of Juniata count; as Auctioneer and i Vendue Crier. (.'barges moderate. Satis- j faction warranted. jnu29-3m g B. LOUDLY, MIFFLINTOWN. VX.f Offers his serTiecs to the citiiens of Juni ata count as Anotioaeer and Vendue ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 19 March 1873

Juniata Jfrnimei. (fi I ''fi ijtSt Tl--vV"OT 'KVjte-",-X$L la - i JL- I- I 2$'5"'C!?5'S MIFFLINTOWS Wednesday Morning, March 19, 1873. Ii. F. SCHWEIEU, EDITOR PROPRIETOR. ,.", , , " i o i GEO. P. ROWELL& CO, 40 Park Row, New York Axn r intt r ai s. t . n i n w a. n. rt 1 1 LriulLL at J( rarK now, n. i, i Are our sole agents in lhat city, find are au thorized to eonlrnct for advertising at our lowest rule. Advertisers in thnt city nre le qaeteio leave (heir furors with either of he above houses. Grown Bksonfr has been rc.appoiut d wt master at Harrisbnrg The li.it( d States conscience fund was increased on the llt'.i inst., Ly $25. A Xkwark, X. J., jnwi lcr was robbed in a Chicago hotel on the 10th inst , of S5C00. Numkrois citizens of Philadelphia wish the iron finite moved from around the squires. Piiksiiikxt HmvT lim nnsfnnnpil Ilia o .u . - . e .1 t rtiithrrn tun on reroiiiit of tlift nrpsa fit , . business. .- The New Hampshire election is so Close iiiuHwiirrqu.reu.emuci:.! ...

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

Cjje Janhti Sentinel. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAR. 13, 1873 DESNSi'LVANIA R.ULROAD.- ON AND J" .'n?T.f,u,ndy,Vi0 "' l?'2 Trams will leave Mifflin Station as follow : EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express 1:10 A. M. Fast Line 4:01 A. M. Harrisburg Accommodation 1 1:23 A. M. Mail Train- C:18 P. M. Cincinnati Express 9:03 P. M. WI.STWAED. Pittsburg Express l:f 8 A. M. Cincinnati Express 1:53 A. M. Southern Express- 4:08 A. M. Pacific Express ' 6:13 A. M. Way Passenger J 0:03 A. M. Wail Train ........ 3:38 P. M. Fast Line C.33 P. M JAMES NORTH, Ag't TOWN AMI COUM'RY. George Wish is putting a gL.s front in bis store room. Local Option has been declared Constitutional by tLe Supreme Court. IIOH. JOHN 1J. 1 ACKER ttni not vo'e ' for the increase of Congressional pay Om Friday last Messrs McMeen and Kurtz unloaded a car load of western horses at this place. Tits ice that hiy in the rivor on this eide of the -Island all winter left sudden 1 n Thursday night. i Tug common schools of this borongh uare a v...

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

. - Ill V i i , ,' ' ' i r 1 1 L ; it' - 1 -, i' FAKM AND HOUSEHOLD. Ralph Waldo Euwrson, In one of liis e?aaye. thus portr.i- the gbrjr cf thr j fainier: "TLe gl'ry "f (he f.ruicr is that ia division of labor, it h'. (u.'t It dil ate. All the trades re. I l lt-l n lw primitive authority, lit; nUtuIs cIofo U j nature; he obtains frm the earth the i bread mid tlie ini-at The first f arnser j vat tbe fim nutu, auJ all hir'oric ubil j ilj rests o'l pongvni'.i: cud nsr? of land. Ken do not hke hard work, but every man has n cxceptiimal tesp'Ct for till age and the .'cling th.it llii is the orig ual caUius of hi ri-e, that he li!i-lf is j only exeuvd from it by fouie circtim etance which made bi:n d. l-gate it lor - ... ..l J- tf Lo had not tome kill TtLi.-h rec mine tided b.im to the farmer, some product fur which the farmer will give- him oru. he must him self return in! hid due iiface among the jilanttT . ni il.e pi i1i-?sion has in all fjca tliij ancifiit cl-ann, as standing, nearest...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 26 March 1873

. v. ' - ESTABLISHED 1846. rILII EvtBT WbBXBIOAT Uoaaiso, Bridge Street, opposite tht Odd Fellows' Hall, IFFUNTOWN. PA. - Jm Jiiiata Sibtibbl 1 published every Wadaetdey aeoraing at $1,60 a year, la ad vaaew 5 r $2,00 ia all eases if aot paid prompt) ia advaaee. . No aabacriptioai di- aeaUaftod antil all arrearage arc paid, nalctt at the efjoa-oth pablisher. Qshttss Carbs. JJVIS K. ATKINSON, Attorney at law. allFTLISTOWN, PA. BjaCelleetiag aad Conveyancing promptly Biveaaee ia. - OKee ob Bridfa (tract, apeit the Court at Bqaar. JOBEBT MeMEEN. ATTORNEY AT LAW, JIIFFMNTOWN, PA. OSee oa Bridge street, la tha room formerly eecapied by Eira D. Parker. Eiq. AUCTI05EER. T F. 0. LOSQ, residing in Spruce Hill . a towaskip, offer hi services tu Ike cm tea of Juniata county at Aaeiiooeer and Vendue Crier. Charge mederste. Satis faction warranted. ju2W-3m g B. L0CDE3, MIFFLINTOWN, PA., Offer hi aereiee to the cititebs of Junl ia county aa Auetioaeer aad Vendue Crier. Char gee, from two ta tea d...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 26 March 1873

Itmiata jSwtwel. N T O W N- The Result In Juniata County The Adre cacy or the Repeal or the Local Optloa Law. The people of Juniata county have oVrlarerl airaiuft license by nearly eight No l..,,lJ .Vnar that thn nurg- j 1IUIIUK.U 1 1 J ' . . I J . . -. -J ! tinn Iwa tioen artpd nn. and decided iu I favor of no liceuse, it becomes the duty ! of tl.e coroniuuity to stand by its humane j and righteous decision. Juniata has do I clared in favor of sobriety and order. I Now let us see to it that the decision is " - j faithfully regarded for three years . at ' tl.n tinid r.f ilia lnrotinii nf nrn- We.me.day Morning, Karch 26, 1873- j LibJUoa jLc ,ftW fc ligidly enforced. o r tt iir r nin' I We do not know that our landlords and O j 11 VV Hi i. IU IV , MIFFLI 15. F. ED1TOH PROPRIETOR. GEO. P. HOWELL L CO, 40 Park Row, New York - ANI S. M. PETTENG1LL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our sole agents in lli.it city, and are au thorixed lo contract for advertising at our lowest rates. Advert...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 26 March 1873

tyt Jsmfa nlinl. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAR. 26, 1873. PENNSVLYANIA RAILROAD. OX AND after Sunday, Dec. 22, 1872, Frrg.r Trains Will leave Miffiia Station as follows : EASTWARD. PViladelphia Express 1:10 A. M. Fast Line 4:'i A. M. Harrisburg Accommodation 11:28 A. V. Mail Train- 0:18 P. M. Cincinnati Express 6:03 P. M. WLSTWABU. PitUburg Express l:f 8 A. M. Cineioaaii Express 1:.'5 A. M. Boufbrrn Express.. 4:08 A. M Pacific Express- (,-A?, A. M. Way Passenger l":tJ A. M. Mail Train . I V. f. Fast Line fi.JM P. M. JAMES SOUTH, Ag't TOWN AS COl.Vi'RY. Szi.l.V-sCROVK lias a dancin school. The road iLroiigLout the county are in a very lad condition. I'uBTKR Tho.mpso.v solt! a very valu Lle Loree last week to a Chester comity Quaker. Read Governor Harlr.inft's objections "1o the Somerset fire reliif bill, publiehi-d on first Jinge; The fish question is a good dral talk ed of now, and Senator Pttiikcns fish bill is favorably commented on. Wdat is that which God never saw, Oen. Washington seld...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 26 March 1873

MISCELLANEOUS. a A Sad Honeymoon. About a year ago a young my named Slotson, eon of a wealthy citizen of Ra cine, Wisconsin, fell in love with a beau tiful daughter of Mr. Dowd, Mayor of the same city, also a gentleman of afflu ent circumstances. The parents of the . young lady had good grounds for urging objections to her lover, whose character was known, and they strenuously op- posed his offer of marriage. The young people, however, were determined on forming a uniou, and so eloped to .Ken ceba. Win , Leie they were duly but cUiudetin ly nnittd in the indissoluble ties of matiiatony. Young Slosson soon after came to Minneapolis, Lis father fur D Lib in p him means to purchase a fine Louse aud to lire in a style of more than ordinary comfort and elegance. Slotson, it now transpires, was nothing less than a confirmed brute, and he early commenced a systematic a We of Lis wife, often beating her in the most cruel and outrageous manner. His ui. happy and unoffending wife was totally ...

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