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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 January 1879

I ypll IS . f i i IClIilL. THE COUSTITTmOIT THE TJITIOII THE EirOECEMEJT OF THE LAWS. B. F. SCIIWEIEIt, "Editor and Proprietor. 'MIFFIJN1WX. JUNIATA COUNTY PEXXA., WEDNESDAY, JAN U All Y 1. 1S79. VOL. XXXIII. NO. 1. TSS DYKG TEAS. fir. fir away t'rf-ro u ft glint of crimson In the west A rose;;. ViA'W. r-r rrks of fire set in the ' Whose shapes eacu moment, changed anew. some beauties freeh unfold. n.e red leaves strew the garden walk ; the autumn showers fall Vcrosa the path in gloaming gray ; t!ie whist ling plovers call. rte r comrades to the sheltering fen ; the stealthy owl skims by. What time the white moon 'gins to sho w be crescent in the sky. And rise from river-side the mists, and cattle cease to graze. ai lay them down beneath the bonghs ; and in the fathering haze Ihe narsh-li-lit show their glittering sparks of all-delaaive fire. To lnre the heedless wayfarer into the treach erous mire. Wet are the last few flowers with dew the dahlia's gorgeous croro tows heavilr its p...

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. — 1 January 1879

1 r jwjwm-.!"! SENTINEL & REPCBLIGiM vhtlixtown. W4n January I, !. d. r. S C II W K I E 11 , emtok a an rp ii.:etob. IliaryrriJS t-f go1 J tiayuiciit to-day by ths CJovcrarrvnt.' The health of ttia now li.e is giv ing TST. Sror to the .i. pth of three fert fall at B-.ifLY.o, X. Y., on tbe 21st cf Dc- Cfii:ber. As ittittni't iv.iS :u a fjw .liya e.ro to tike the lift of the Empeior Ol Ar..;t Ths ngifctt'on of the Chinese ques tmen is breaking down our trade with Chiri.l TiTi'l -T-:pai." jla. 1'n.PE.v iris tiie lljor au-.l asks tliflt the cipher biuiuess be explained. Cill tile uepbew. IT hat's tbe umii'.T v.ith the Deiu- . . 1 . - - I r.,irriTllcL-i- nf Wr-mrmf unil f:rorfvn ere re wcsciiiea as uams uaoomsaon- , . : w -.- i ,. 1 or isciinstn. Of these Bruce will v : : Of rnry in Cod -re-v t'.u-t tuer d.-iay ' C.'Lrt-::, of i:;s.urt; P.uil.!ph, of the preaifi-IitiiteJ attack on tuo Xa I xe;v Jcrscr ; Keraan, of Xw York ; tiouol Banks i j Timnuan, of Ohiu ; V.'.illif e, of Peaa- T"...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 January 1879

jNi fcS5Tim & REPUBLICAN' MltTLIXiOVN: WedDCfulay. January i. 17 9. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annwc, if paid srittin 12 mouths; $2.00 if nut paid within 12 munths. Transient advertisements Inserted ai 50 ents per inch for each insertioa. . Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cems per line tor earth insertion. Deductions will be male to th-v desiring to advertise by tko year, half or quarter Tear. FESK'A. E. BTIMETABLE. OV and after Pnnday, Nor. lOth, 1878, pasen srer train will leave Mifflin Sta tion, 1'. II. K., as follows : Jt EASTWABD. -v .-s da Sfwid i TV m Thi ' Johnatw:ii.K., daily ex. Sunday 11 82 a m Nail, daily f.0.ipni Atlantic Express, daily. ..... .... 9 1" i ru J'hi'.a Ex., daily ex. Sunday night 12 -Vi p ut Sunday train ...... .... ........ lo" 10 a in " Gliapm - " 910pm WESTWABD. Pacific Express, dailv 5 58 a m Wav r"ass eneer. dji.'v ..10 IK) a in Mail, daiiy except Sunday. 3 S3 ; m JrtitKin Ace , ii.;i!y except Sun-lay. H I'll p in j Pittsburg f...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 January 1879

i ,. mmm a amesm n r n r - mrr -- --- -"" : - 'ii-2y- 'llr'V.;M .. j, T- AGRICULTURE. The Pig's Stabt fx Lifk. The ptg la an animal tbat has iu wits about itquite as soon after birth aa the ehickeu. 1 therefore wleeted ft aa a subject of ob servation. The following are some of iny observations: That w.gorous young pigs get op and search for the teat at once, or within one minute after their entrance into the world; that if remov ed several feet from their mother, when aged only a few minutes, they soon liud their way back to her, guided appa rently by the grunting the makes in answer to their iueaking. In tL cae I observed, the old ow rose In less than an hour and a half after pigging, and went out to eat; tVe pigs ran about, tried to eat various matters, following their mother out, and sucked while she Mood eating. One pig I put in a bag the moment it was born, and kept it in the dark until It was seven hours old. ben I placed it outside the sty, a dis tance of tea feet from where ...

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. — 8 January 1879

seilirf JUlk nil 1 p lllillCBII II. F. SCIIWEIER, THE C0NSTITTJTI05 THE UKIOS-AUD THE ESrOECEMEUT OP THE LAVS. Editor ami Proprietor. VOL. XXXIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PEXNA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY S, 1S79. NO. 2. a v EAKG CP ElEI'S STOCKING. Hang np tbe baby's stoeking. ISe sure yon don't forget; Tbe dear little dimpled darling' Sbe never aaw Christmas yet ; But I've told her all about it. AuJ ehe opened her bip. blue even. Aud I'm sure she understands it. She looks so funny and vise. IVar! what a tiny stocking; It down t take much to bold Such little pink toes aa bahT 'a Any from the frost and oo'd. Kut then, for tbe baby's Christm It ill never do at all. Vi'uv. Santa wouldn't be lookirg For anything kalf so small ! I know what we'll do f.r Cie babr, I've tliouyht of the very best plan, I'il borrow a stocking of panJuia, The longest that ever I cau; And you'd bang it by mine, dear mother Riht bear in the corner. , And write a letter to r-atita And f ttt n it onto t'.ie toe. W...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 January 1879

AENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFUXTOWN. vVedararfiiy, January 8, 1?9. B. F. SCIIWEIER, C.DITO. IIB FEOrEIETOa. Compulsory Education. A compulsory education biil will be introduced ill the Lc-gislatnre tLis winter. A portion of the people of the country licve porm wil-.l on the ques tion of ieri boak t Jurat ion. and all that class ia ready to sacrifice iu livid- -1 r,yrl fi,nit, eitrlifo t' tiu lfi ir to any orffr-Diation, so as to obtain a rudimentary t-xt book education, which can be obtained in the cimmon schools without en.Lingcring the lib erties of the Republic. Many are-JiJuded into the belief that intellectual development, as ac quired through text books used in the schools, is a remedy for all the ills that affiict society ; they confound intellectual development with moral training. It is not intellectual development that makes the honorable man and woman. If it were 60, bis Satanic Majesty, the Devil, would lc a high toned character, for he is all intellect, and Hell, Lis h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 January 1879

fT--"' f ' '- ;- SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN. OWN: Wednesday, January S, IS79. f Erms. Subscription, $1.50 per annum, if paid within 12 months ; $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 tenti per inch lor 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 year, hall" or quarter vear. PENN'A. E. lTIME TAELE. OX and after Sunday, Nov. 10th, 197 paisenger trains will leave Uitliin Sta tion, P. K. K., as follows s EASTWARD. Mifflin Ace, da-ty ercept Sunday, 6 25 a m Pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 10 10 a m Johnstown Ex., daily ox. Sunday 11 2 a ra Kail, daily 6 06pm Atlantic Express, daily 9 10pm Phila fax., daily ex. Sunday night 12 51 p ui bundav tram ...... .... ... . 10 10 a m C 05 p ni 910pm fi 5 a ra 100ar 3 85 p m 8 IMJ p m WESTWARD. pacific Express, daily Way Passenger, daily Mail, daily except Sunday. . ..... Mi.llin Arc . dai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 January 1879

AGRICULTURE. Wild Horses m Kansas. It l a well Itiown fact that I row time immemorial herds of wild horse have roamed over die pitting of Southwestern Kansas. Their origin no man knows. It may Hate back to the early Spanish conquest (f the country. It has been exceedingly iliflicult to capture them, the method pursued having been to run down and lasso tnem ith fleet horae. Latterly however it has been found that they can !e captured in herds. The method is, to et up an outfit of a fast-walking team n a wagon carrying provisions and amp-supplies, and three or four riding ponies and as many men. When a herd 1 lound they are kept moving, no effort leiiig made to drive them in any direc tion. The team and ponies are not driven any taster than a walk, and every opportunity is embraced of cut ting across to save distance. The wild horses are kept in mot on until dark, being given iio opportunity to grnze, aim will lie down. The pursuers' camp, leed their horses Iroui grain which they carr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 January 1879

13. F. SCIIWEIER. THE C02rSTITUTI0ir-THE MIOU-AID THE EJTTOECEMEIIT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENXA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1S79. NO. :. AN AUTUMN RAYELE. Tut but dim o'erahadow'd day, WLUe only transient gleams Of sunbeams o'er tbe hilltop play. And mint-like kiss tbe stream. I've wauder'd through tbe woodlands vide. Where fern and lichen grow ; I've climbed tbe mountain' sloping aide, Where red tea-berries glow. My hands with forest gems are tiU'd. Mt arms with tiuttd sprays ; Mr soul ia.withjtbat pleaanre thrill'd, Which nature wakts always. Yet. still the sky is oven-ast, Tbe blue all drap'd with gray ; The sun set n brooding o'er the past As night I roods over da. Mayhap tbe season feels the woes A suffering people beats. And with tear dripping eyelid ahows The sense of gloom she shares ! The Faithful Guest. There was something, I forget what, to take grandfather and grandmother away from home one day in October of the year I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 January 1879

AENTIXEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN. Wednesday, January 15, IS9. Ii. F. SCIIWKIEIi, EDITOR ASD PROPRIETOR We devote considerable space of tfiis ifsue to two of tbe most remarkable runrdcr cases in the aunals of crine io ttiis country, namely, the Hunter mod Armstrong murder, at Camden, S.J, and the liiobop aud Cobb murder, at JS'orwich, Conn. Tbe cause of the murder by Hunter was money. The eauie of tbe murder, or double murder, by Uiiihop aud Mrs. Cobb, waa love, ilurder for money, and niutder for love, dread fol to think of ! and if it were not for tLe actual occurrences, tbe man and woman without guile would pronounce the recital of such diabolical woik, but tbe recital of a wild thcnirht of fancy. As exchange, comment in;? on the late fire in Chicago, lliat t'.estroved tlie ma?nifi vnt post o3iee Lulliin;. pays : It miht lo well, in view r-f the great mortality to Chicago post offi ces tLat has rased f r Beverul years, to build on a ciietiwr ecale, r tLe country will be 1 aukr...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 January 1879

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN : Wednesday, January 15, 1S79. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum, if paid within 1- mouths ; $2.00 if nut paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents kt inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col nnm, 10 cents per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter tear. PENN'A. E. 1VTILIE TABLE. ON and after Sunday, Nov. 10th, 1878, passenrer trains will leave MiCiia Sta tiun, P. H. K., as follows : EASTWARD. Miftiin Ace, daily except Sunday, Slliiiii Pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 10 1(1 a m Johnstown Ex., dailv ex. Sundav 11 32 a m il ail, daily ..... . 6 05 p in j Atlantic Excess, daily... V 10 p m j l'hiia Ex., daily n. Sunday Bight I2,VI p m sunaay train Kim a m " " ......... V J y U - " 910pm WESTWARD. f acine Express, daily 5 58 a m Way Passenger, daily 10 HO a m Mail, daily except Sunday 3 35 p m Aliflliu Acc , daii v except i u...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 January 1879

R. R. R. AGRICULTURE. Icz Ponds and Ice Houses. Right now is ma excellent time to make your self an excellent Ice pond, instead of go ing two or three miles to some mUl-dam or river, where everything is jam and bustle. There are very few farms but that have a stream of water passing through them of greater or less magni tude, that can be made to furnish you with ice at very little expense of time or labor. But don't try to make a dim ; dams are troublesome. Even if they can be made strong enough to resist floods, which is seldom the case on large streams, they soon fill up with dirt, leaves, brush and rubbish, which is more trouble and expense to move than it is to make a new one. A reservoir is the proper thing, dug out in some smooth fiat, free from stones, near a stream. You can conduct water to it by a narrow channel and keep it filled without having a current to disturb the surface from freezing. One 40xX) feet, covered with six inch ice, would fur nish a supply sufficient for ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 January 1879

ft i .anw "aw t m i a -ar m a a u i i nanaf mm m a -w. a ay a, -a. - a i c-w. ok - v yvyAyAycyyyAy y TEE CONSTITUTION THE UNION ASD THE ENPOEOEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. B.'F. SCIIWEIER, VOL. XXXIII. MIFPLIN1WX, JUNIATA COUXTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, .JANUARY 2-2, 1S79. XO. 4. fi i I 1 i Tans. True t the promise of thy far-off youth. When all wl o loved thee, for thee prophesied A grand, full l.fe. devoted to the truth. A n )ble canee by suffering sanctified. True to U beauties of the poet-thought Which male thy youth so eloquent aud eweet ; True to all duties which thy niauhood brought To take the room of fancies lUht aud fleet. True to the eteadf it walk and narrow way. Which thy fun-father of he coveuant trod 1 True to thy fiicud in foul or euiiuy day. True to tuy home, thy country, and thy Go 1 ; True to the world, which still i fa'se to thee. And true to all a thou art true to me. True to the tow that bound us in th-a laue. That Buuiunr evening Ltn the brown Wrd fan?,...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 January 1879

XT 3 SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWX. Hedundar, January 24, t9. B. F. SCII WE I Ell IMTOB ASD rBOPKIETOa. Sbcretart Shkp.mas Las numerous friends for tlie InabLcan nomina tion for I'reei lent for 1SS0. Geahaji, the accomplice of Hunter in the A nnstron; murder, will be put un triid tLis week. A sewspaper siax writes from Mex-if-o. that the Germans are highest in f;ivnr there. He writes that the Mex-r-ans say th:it a Frenchman knows Low to ruiike a decent bow ; bnt they complain that lie is too volatile and Lu-kH jjrinoijile. An Englishman, they say. Lis principle, but no education ; while a Yankee Las neither principle nor education. Germans are mostly in f.ivor, as they Lave more education than the English and more principle than the Freneli. The decision of the Supreme Court vn the question of polygamy, Las leen the cause cf l.irge petitions be ing Bt lit to Congress, praying that the law against polygamy be enforced. Lirge jetitions from Utah have been sent to Congress, pra...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 January 1879

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN nFffLINTOWN : tVedaendar. January 18 19. . TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum, if pud ilLin 12 inocths $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per liSe for eich Insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise ty the year, half or quarter rear. NOTICE. Hunters are hereby cautioned against trespassing on the lands oi the undersigned, in Fermanagh township, to shoot birds or squirrels, without the consent of the owner. B. F. SCHWEtER. Tni dry cold of yesterday was well cal culated to give a spirited appearance to all of the grand parade that preceded the in auguration of Governor Hoy t. There was bo languid stepping, as is sometimes the tase in parades in the hot month of Jul), or the warm month of August. The troops ail felt the bracing influence of the sero V eather, and marched with the finest of martial bearing, I...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 January 1879

YOUTHS' COLUM2T. 77k Little Doctor. "Sow, be good cniidren. ami ao not bother curse. said Mrs. Carter, as she kisoed Frank and hig sisters good-bye and burned off to make some calls. They are merry wide-awake little creatures, sod seldom at a loss to amuse themselves, though sometimes in trying to act "Just like grown folks," they get themselves into scrapes. This morning they had promised to be very good, so they ran to the closet. and, taking out all the toys that Santa Claus left them on Christmas eve. spread them on ttie nursery floor, built houses with their blocks, loaded Frank's cart with animals from their Noah's ark, and played that he was the man from the butcher's. Then, they formed themseiver into a company ot soldiers, and marched up and down in a very brave faun on, Frank beating his drum, and Jlaoel blowing with all her might on a tin trumpet, until she set herself in a tit of coughing, and was compelled to sit down. Mabel was just getting over a bard cold, which bad ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 January 1879

iiiiifi B. F. SCHWEIER, THE C05STITUTI05 THE USIOS-JJID THE EfTOSOEMEHT 01 THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. , VOL. XXXIII. MIFFLIN1WN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1S79. NO. 5. H n S05XIT. to a BiAcnrcL ruin biad, bt onua Wu't tbon a being of oar earth-born race. Or bat descended from tome radiant sphere. When Oaido uw the aoraph in thy face. And gmre thee to the world, unchanging here? If thoa west mortal end they aay thy lot Was one of Borrow in thia sorrowing spot Ilia touch translated .thee, and thou waa't caught Tp to the Heav'n of Genius in the glow Of thy oeleetisi beauty : with the thought Of angels throned upon thy tranquil brow. And womans tenderness within thine eyes All sorrow pitying, but all pain above We olaim for earth, yet know thee of the skies. And while we worship can but dare to lore ' J. Houston Mifflut. In The Tower. Some years ago I bad occasion to make a short visit to my old college friend, Maitland, who had settled down as a clergyman in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 January 1879

VT : - i 4ENTim & REPUBLICAN MIFFMNTOWX. Vt ednenday, January 29, HITS. B. F. SCIIWEIER, EDITOl ASD riOPBItTOK. The President has rears pension bilL signed the ar- If frost will do it, the yellow fever thonl J be well frosted and driven far tioatli by this time. Locust Gap coal mines, in the Potts ville region were discovered to be on fire last Friday nitrlit Tue Chinese new year begins Jan nary 22, and that day is always a holiday. As su-h it was celebrated by Chinese in this country. A womas in rithsburg, with two children, has rut in a claim as the wife of Ilobert Marker, and has be nm a suit for the estate of the de cedent . On Saturday, the Legislature of .Arkansas e!e;-led J. D. Walker United States Senator, and on that occasion members charged that cats of brib ery were numerous. Tbrre is a bill io ihe Legislature making eight hours legal dajs work, with a penalty of $5,000 Goe and from three month to ten years imprisonment for Us enfrwpeinent. Late intelligence from Euro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 January 1879

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : trednesdar, January id, 1S79. TERMS. Subscription, $ 1.50 per annum, if paid within 12 month $2.00 if nut paid within 12 months. Transient advertWeaiente inserted at 60 Cents per inch f?r each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cent!) per line' tor each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year," half or quarter vear. Theic are fourteen regularly committed tramps in jail. During da 8 that are past they frequently jeered men, women nd children from a window at the eait cud of the corrider th"t traverses the jail from east to west, until their indolence became a sub ject fur general remaik. Wishing to keep ia the grace of the Sheriff', they cast their insults rten he was absent; but with all that precaution, he was informed of their itii.ok.-oce, and concluded to restrict tbeif view of the street by requiring them, lest Friday, to continenicut in the noriheut room of the jail. The conli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 January 1879

3 r is. AGRICULTURE. Depth to Sow Wheat. The sooner the kernel sprouts and get store the ground, the better and stronger the plant, and the thicker it will stand. To illustrate : In mr Tounzer days, I made experiments with the depth of planting wheat. 1 planted tne kernels of a whole bead in this manner: In one of our garden beds (ground spaded twelve inches deep,) 1st kernel, on the surface: 2nd. one-fourth inch deep, and so on, (a quarter of an Inch deeper each tiaie) until all the kernels were olanted. The results: The one on the surface lay nearly two weeks before it sprouted and made roots; the 2 J, one fourth inch deep, and up to three- fourths, came up the fourth and fifth days, while the next were later; the last one ud was fourteen days In reach' ing the surface, and was three and one half inches deep: none came up after that time. On examining, 1 found that the three next kernels were sprouted, but rotted before they got the sprout to the surface: the kerneis planted irom ...

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