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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 2 April 1873

Uc genista fatinrl. ESTABLISHED IX 1846. Pcslishcd Etckt Widxisday Mohxiko, Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall, MIFFLINTOWX. PA. Tub Jcxiata Skxtirkl is published every Wednesday morning at $1,60 a year, in ad vance ; of $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. mm i i ii caa business Carbs. JOUIS E. ATKINSON, Attorney at Iov, MIFFLINTOWN, PA. Ea"Co'.lf fltiug and Conveyancing promptly attended to. Office on Bridge street, opposite the Court House Square. ' JOBERT McMEEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MIFFLIXTOWX, PA. OC.ce on Eri Jge street, in the room formerly occupied by Kira I). Parler, Eeq. ' AUCTIONEER. JF. O. I-ONO. residing in Spruce Hill township, otters frfs services to the citi zens of Juniata county ul Auctioneer and Vendue Crier. Charges moderate. Satis faction warraoted. jn:23-om g 15. LOUDEN MIFFLINTOWN, TA., O.Ters his services to the cititens of Juni ata cou...

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

itmiata Sentinel. . 51 I F F L I S T Off N "Wednesday Morning, April 2. 1873. II. F. SC II WE IE It,- ti:T(iti t rnopRiETtiR. . . . GEO. P. ROWELLi CO, 40 Park Row, New York ANI S. M. PETTENG1LL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our tutt amenta in that city, and are an- thoriicd to contract for advertising at our lowest rales. A Jvertiser in that city are io- quoted to leave tbeir furors with either of tlit aliure house. THE EESl'LT OF BRIBERY. It is faid that revolutions uever g0 backward. This i.i believed to be par- ticukilv true when revolution is in the interest of the people. The rule of the obstinate Stuart family in the govtrn metit of Great B.itaiu is a Etriking ex ample. It opposed rvery rflWt that I'ailiatnent made to ref.irm the abuses of the throne and li ut led the country into a civil war, which resulted in the behead ing of King Charles the First, and ex tending the rights of Parliament nud the penplo. Some one has declared that our jour n tlistic brother Allison is ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 2 April 1873

n 1 a I 1 Cjc Jurats jstntmcl. WEDNESDAY" MORNING. APRIL 2, 1873. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND after Sunday,' Dee. L'2, 1872, Passenger Train will leave Mifflin Station as follow! : EASTWARD. Tniladelphia Express 1:10 A. M. Fast Line .' 4:05 A. M. Harrishurg Accommodation 11:28 A. M. Mail Train- C:13 P. M. Cincinnati Express 9:03 P. M. WLSTWARU. Pittsburg Express 1:08 A. M. Cincinnati Express 1:55 A. M. Southern Express- 4:08 A. M Pacific Express- 6:13 A. M. Way Passenger . 10:03 A. M. Mail Train 3:38 P. M. Fast Line t"..33 P. M. JAMES NORTn, Ag't TOWN AND COL.NTKY. W.M. Egolf, of Patterson, is having; Lis Tew s'orcroora painted aud fiuielied up in style. I'hksidimj Eliikk Foster will preach in the Methodist Church in thia plncc, 'next Sunday morning and evening. Tuk coal platform at Patterson i Leing rapidly fiuielii-a, and it is expected to be completed iume time in May. A NllsaNXE. The piles of ashes that ornament the slreets of onr town. The authorities eliou. 1 give this nutte...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 2 April 1873

1 X i V v- i H :'! : f. Mi-j. J. : '. ' I V h"' ; . : i - s. v . w f MISCELLANEOUS. A Yankee Queen. ti;k wire of king erdinand, or por- TliUALt A BOSTON GIRL, THK DAlKill TEB OF A FOOB GERMAN SHOEMAKER, AND AN ACTHKPS. It if not generally known that one of tbe Queens of Europe at the present time is an Atneiicau lady of decidedly huuille o-.igin. he is the wife of Kii:g Ferdinand, of Portugal, who, finding the duties of his office iiicoiicuia.l to his re tiring UMw, abi'u-ated a l'-:w years ago, and rnakii-g, during a trip to Taris, the acquaint .! ch tf a vny good looking Actress, c !" n d L.r, iu 18G9, hi Liart and his hur.d, wbkb ehe j y fully accept ed. They v. ere married with consider able pomp at Lisbon, and the actress, al though she ia no ltigiiitig Queen, is treated ly her royal relatives with all the respect due to her Luaband'fl exalted rank, and be is addressed ns ' my sis ter," by Q:;een Miria Fin, tbe d.-.:i-!:ter of Victor Emanuel, and as "Her Mnjeg ty" by her attend...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 9 April 1873

; ESTABLISHED IS 1840. Postignso Ktirt Winjiigii Moasiso, Bndge Street, oppoiite the Odd Fellows' Hall, MIFFLIXTOWS, PA. I'm Joxiata SkxtixklIi published every tfednesday morning at $1,50 year, in ad vice ; or $2,00 in nil eases if not paid promptly in advance. No subscriptions dis eontinued until all arrearages are paid, unles? at tka option of the publisher. gusiiuss Carbs. JOUIS K. ATKINSON. Attorney at Law, MIKFUKTOWS, PA.- -JgyColUcling and Convey sucing promptly attended to. Office An Bridge street, opposite the Court ITouse Square. JOBEUT McMEEN, ATTORNEY AT LA IV, MIFFLINTOWN, PA. Office on Bridge street, in the room formerly occupied by Kara l. I'arrer, Esq. AUCTIONEER .T F. Q. LONO, residing in Spruced) ill fS townihip, offer his services to Ihe citi aeiii or Juniata county as Auctioneer and Vendue Crfr. Charges moderate. Satis faction watranted. jni9 1m MIFFLINTOWN, TA., , Offers hie services to the citiseos of Juni ata county as Auctioneer and Vendue Crier. Charges, from...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 9 April 1873

luniatsr Sentinel. MIFFLINTOWN Wednesday Morning, April 9, 1873. B. F. SGII WE I Ell, EDITOR t PROPRIETOR. GEO. P. ROWELL 4 CO, 40 Park Row, New York .r S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Arc our sole agents in that city, and are au thorized to contract for advertising at our lowest rates. Advertiser in that city are te queated to leave their favors with either of the above bouses. Increase of Salaries Urnfltr this head the Washington Re jiwhlic saya. The extraordinary action of the Forty second Congress iu pas ting a bill for the increase of salaries just at the close of its official term, and making the measure retroactive in rela tion to their own compensation, calls for mote than the ordinary scrutiny applica ble to public measures of importance. That a Congress which, to say the least, has, in some respects, left a most unenviable record should, with its ex piring gasp, thrust its own anus into the public treasury to the tune of more than u million of dollars for ce...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 9 April 1873

Janiala stntincl. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1873. pEN.NSVLVAXIA KAILUOA I). ON AND 1- after Sunday, Deo. 'Zl, 1872, Passe rpr I '"" iere iuiuiir station as folio Philadelphia Express 1:10 A. M. 4:0 A. M r asi Line . uarrisfturg Accammedatioii 11:8 A. M. .iisu xram Cincinnati Express 0:18 P. M. 9:M P. H. WLSTW.IKD. Pittsburg Express Cincinnati Kxpress Southern Express- Pacific Express. Way Passenger Mail Train fast Line ..... 1:C8 A. M. 1:V5 A. M. 4:08 A. M 5:4:5 A. M. liHB A. M. 0:3H P. M. f..33 P. M. JAMES NORTH. Ag'l TOWS AND COI'STKV. 1'lowing, Oats sowing. Fence rmtkiiig, . House cleaning, t'lovtrset-d rowing, and iuiJeu making is the industrial ciu demic juet now. Mfai.ks are in towo. Mih i.in lias few loaf.-m. This week close l,rnt pen Ann. Tiik lalmicc of trade, Faituauk; Scales. Mt. U.o. Las a Building and Loan A9ociatioa- IIcntinodo.N Presbytery convened at Lewidtown. yesterday. This water was let into the opper leveld of tbe canal on Saturday laft. Somk oneV Jack makes t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 9 April 1873

11 i mi ii i i mnn n g !;vH iff ; '!; -.; -V(: ' : .'''.',.'. : I ' .' 1 MISCELLANEOUS. Tobacco Its Effects en the Human Constitution, Physical, Intellectual and Moral. BY JAMES COULTER tAYABD, M. 1). CONTISUBB. TUB KIPENBS. The question of expense presents it-Ft-lf to us uudt-r I wo aspects ; first, the direct expanse ; that ia, the cost to eon umer, to individuals. Second, the hi direct pence, that is, the loss to the couutry itf the capitnl and labor absorbed in the .r-u.tivaf.i-n, mautifacturc, and rale tf tobacco, whieh might be more benefi cently tirj'ioyrd iii other pursuits, and the laso to the country and the woild at large of the thousands of acres devoted to its production, wh'cli m'ght be d-:vo ted to lite production of breadstuflfj to feed the iift.tioi.fi. This last includes also the impoverwhment of the land de voted to its cultivatioa, which is greater beyond C"mparirm than that resu'ting from any other crop. To the above may be added the We of property by fires orig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 16 April 1873

i -1a.i:a ifaharl. tfTir.vs-.itn i iMi rin!icB rum inti i . tn4jc-$;ri,n..i-tk,Kl F.U.w.' Hail, ; MirruxTy s. r Tub Jtxt.T4 Sitimi-ii Dul!iteJ i inri rj i?vFkTi-i.i. .1'! sfru.a( ! i&aa ir avMiB' I t i-.r il H' ! am iM, tl B ebtrrr l arl. a. I ' e.ala. ikr $1 Ad. aaJ &o ri lor aa atiitrat irtla AdiBiBXraior . lirrulor a a Aa iilor a Notice. Ji.'. l"ro.nal an J bu;ara OatJa. n it etewedinc a irt, aa t !) i ilia copy of paper, i,Oe peryear. Nctieae : in rtaltnc cnlaxins. In tents per Una. Mr ; chants advertising by tht yar at special rates. I 3 -ontht- C xoaM. 1 year. 1 O-ieindi J .1.50 $5.00 $ 8.00 i Two in'-fres o.OO 8.00 11.00 , Three inches-... rt,(K) 1H,IK- 15,00 , One-fourth col'n. 10.00 17.00 25,00 ; Half column 13.00 25,00 45,00 One column 30,00 ' 45,00 80,00 ----- ;y rmp?'- f Wednesday moiling at i 1.50 a year, in ad- . , mc; or $2.00 in all eases if noj r' F. H tlElf, TBI COISTlTCTtOB THI BBIOS BD TUB (BroBCBMBST Or TBI LA J. J EDITOK A5D l'KOPEILTOK. - rrompuy in tm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 16 April 1873

Juniata Jkntinel M I F F L I N T O YT N Weccesday Horning, April 16, 1873 1J. F. SCII WE IE R, HIHTOR PROPRIETOR. GEO. P. ROWELL & CO, 40 Park Row, New York AMI S, M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our sole agents in that city, and are au thorized to contract fur advertising at our Invest rates. Advertisers :o that city are le quested to leave tbeir favors with cither of the above houses. THE APrLlCATlOJiS FOR LICEXSE. A number of hotel-kerpers in this county bare fled petitions for license in the Frotlionotury's office, fiorn wbence ' thr-y no doubt in due time will be pre t tiled to the Court We are not ac quainted with the line of actiou that the hotel keepers iutend to pursue. We do not know why it i that they a-k that the voice of the majority of the people of this county, as expressed at the polls in March on the question of Local Option, be set aside. We do not know that there was any informality in the elec tion on the part of those who favored Local Option...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 16 April 1873

fyt Jamais Sentinel. The "No. 1 Railroad Track Scale." manufactured by the Fairbanks Com- WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 16, 1873. ! Pan7 tas pltform bine rods long aud a capacity to weigh 150 tons ! Last year PENNSY LVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND after Sunday, Pee. 22. 1872, Passenger Trains will leave Mifflin Station aa follows : EASTWARD. Philadelphia Eapress 1:10 A. M. Fast Line 4:o A. M. IUrrnhurg Accommedation 11:28 A. M. Mail Train C:18 P. M. Cincinnati Express 9:03 P. M. WISTWABU. rittburg Express . I:f 8 A. M. Cincinnati Express 1:55 A. M. Southern Express. 4:08 A. M. Pacific Express- 6:1:1 A. M. Way Passenger 1(1:03 A. SI. Mail Train 3;38 p. M. l ast Line ;.3;l p. j. JAMES NORTH, Ag't TOWN AND COl'MKV. IIlntixgiion county has a medical society, W it rat anil grass arc taking on a promising appeal anct-. J!r. Wm Hawk U having hit house" on Cherry Btroet repainted. Shkkikf I.ot ltoN has put up a new j fence around his lots on Washington Street. Faint, in convict able quantities, ji being...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 16 April 1873

r ii i iii inn 1 1 1 1 ii i ii it i i ii i i i" "i iii i i i i i r n 1 1 ii in 1 1 " m i J i MlSCELLA XEO US. Catching Beindser. Ia many bleak northern regions these animal are the sole support of the peo ple. When liberated Irora the barnces, they go directly in pursuit of food, a peculiar Fprcifg of nutricious moss, which their instinct enables ihera to find deeply covered with enmv. Sometimes aa many as one hundred start ft" foraging-, there being nothing provided for them by their exact Jiisr mister. Like camels under eiiuilar circumstances, when unladen they stn.l! off mile in different dil-ectious. I When they are wanted again, their seal- ekin-clnd diivers get behind them in sev-: eral uiieetioii, mid by hallooing, throw ing snowball and making considerable nproar, the dot r are gradually driven into a smaller circle. '1 he herd is then en - circled by a small cord, the men drawing it in nearer and nearer till it sliikes their Jong leg?. 1 hey neither try to leap over nor bre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 23 April 1873

r.ST.V31ISIIEU IS XH46. Pcslhiikd Every Wedkksoat Montana, Bridge Sir et, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall, MIFFLINTOWN. TA. Thi Jdsiata Skntixii. is pnblished every Wednesday morning nt $1,60 a year, in ad vance; or S2.00 in all cases if not paid promptly in advance. No subscriptions dis continued unt.il all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of tiie publisher. $ustntss Carbs. JOUIS E. ATKINSON, Attorney at JaW, MIFFLINTOWN. PA. CSjrOj'iUcting and C'onveyaucing'promptly attended to. Office on Hridga street, opposite ibe Court House Square. OBEKT McMEEN. ATTORNEY AT LAW, . MIFFLINTOWN", r.. ( '"ice nu UriHgc Flrust. in tbe room 'ormcrU ccewpit J by Ezra 1. Pari cr, LS'i. ATJGTIONEEE T F. G. I.UVG, resiclinar in Ppruce Hill J township, offers his services In the cili lens of Juniata county ns Auctioneer and Vendue Crier. Charges moderate. Satis faction warranted. jaiilM-Stu O B. LOl'UiiN, O. MIFFLINTOWN, PA., Offers hi services to the citizens of Juni ata county as Auctioneer an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 23 April 1873

4 2 MIFFLINIOWS Wednesday Morning, April 23, 1873- K. F. SCHWEIER, tUlTOIt 1 PROPRIETOR. G EO. P. ROWELL i CO, 40 Park Row, New York AND S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our sole scents in that city, and are au tboriicd to contract for advertising at our lowest rates. .Advertisers in that city are le- auested to leaTe tbeir favors with either of the above houses. FoaFiax despatches report cLoIera in Auntis Gold has been discovered in Lapland, tinder the hdow. Prf.sidknt Grant id to attend the annual meeting of the Army of the. Po tomac, in New Haven, May 14 Gen Jkpfersox C. Davis is succes sor to the com mind of the late Ger.tr jl Cauby, in the country of the Modocs. MrcH of cur editorial space is this wtek surrendered to horrible general news There is a sickening quantity of it Russia ia sending troops iuto India No newspaper correspondent ia allowed to accompany the army. Royalty will not have its mistakes published. Mahum.mkda.vs of Bonria, in Servia, plotted a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 23 April 1873

fyt Jsniafa Sentinel. WEDNESL'AT MORNING, APRIL 23, 1873. PESSSVLVAN1A RAILROAD. ON AND (ler Sunday, Peo. 22, 1872, Pmcnger Train will leare Mifflin Station as follo : EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express. ... 1:10 A. M. Fast Line 4:08 A. M. nrri?hurg Accommodation 11:28 A. M. Moil Train 6:18 P. M. Cincinnati Express 9:03 P. M. WLBTWAED. rituburE Express 1:08 A. M. Cincinnaii Eipress l:-6 A. M. Southern Express- 4:08 A. M. Pacific Express- 5:43 A. M. War Passenger 10:03 A. M. Mail Train 3:38 P. M. isVt Line f..33 P. M. JAMES NORTH, Ait'l TOWN AND COUNTRY. . Next week is court week. CnERRY Trees are beginuing to bud. To mobkcw will Le tbe last dj for licence. A NEW stock of Millinery GooJs at Mrs. Richenbacb's Ix a bad condition The pavements in tome parts of the to-.vn. Ma. 15. F. Kkp Kit hus Lad the front part of Lid store room repainted. Messrs. Albright & Mokr intend starting a livery stable iu this place. An Adamsburg lady sent the editor of the freeburg Courier colored eggs. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 23 April 1873

i ' 1 . FA 11 MEWS COL UMN. Tho lisal Farmer. 11 il; h Wallo Em::r.40ii, in one f hi etfuff, ilins portrays -the glorw of the farmer : "The glory of the farmer ia that in divirion of labor, it is his part In crrate. All the trades rest at last on his primitive authority. lie Rtnnds clofe to ur.ture : he obtain? from the carta the Lie ail an;l the meat. The first farmer was the first man, and all historic nobili ty rests on possession and use of land. Men do not ;ikc Iiaid woik, but every man has an exceptional respeet furtillage and the fi liiifj that this is the origiual calling of lii r;ie ", th.it he himself is on ly excu.-xd fr'im it by some circumstance m Licit lu i '.e him delegate it for a time to other hnnJi. If he had not some skill which recommended him fo the farmer, some product for which ihe farmer will ve bun cor;:, he must himself return ii.to his due place .iinong the planters. And the prufcifinu Ins in ull eyes this anci-tit i-li.tnn as standing, nearest to God, the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 30 April 1873

i? 5 ZHt Juniata fntinri." ESTABLISHED IS 1840. PC3tI5!IED EVEKT WlDJKISAT MoHSIXO, Cndje Street, opposite the Odd Fellows" Hall, MIFFMNTOWN, PA. . Tus Ji'niati Pextish. iii published every Wednesday morning mt $1,60 a year, ia ad. Vance; or $2,00 in all cases if not paid promptly in advance. No Subscriptions dis continued until all arrearages are paid, miles-, at the option of the publisher. ' uinnii " ' i mi MiB gmsintss Carta. J OLTS.E. ATKINSON, Atlorney nt Jiiiav, miffuntown, r.v. t3CulWcting an'' Conveyancing promptly attended to. .. Office on Rridge street, opposite tbe Court 7!He Square 1 ToflKIlT M MKF.X, ATTO XEY AT LA IV, MIFFUXTOWX, PA. Office on Bridge street, in the room formerly occupied fcy Kzra 1). l'arrcr, Esq. AUCTIONEER. JF. 0. I.OXO, residing in fpruee Hill township, oilers his services to Ilia citi ipus of Juniata county ns Auctioneer ami Vendue Trier. Charges moderate. Satis faction warranted. j'ir.J9-3m O B. LOUDEN, MIFFLINTOWN, TA.. Offers his services to th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 30 April 1873

Juniata JljmtineL MIFFLIN T O W N Wednesday Morning', April 30, 1873 1$. F. SCHWEIER, KDITOII t proprietor. G E0. P. ROWELL & CO, 40 Park Row, New York S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our j-j'c agents in Ibnt city, an J are au thorized In contract for advertising at our lowest rates. A lvertisers in that city are ie queted to leave 111 fir favors villi cither of the above houses. The M idocs arc liid somewhere in tlie lavs, bctls. Thky Lad frost down in Tennessee list Satui'Liy morning that killed the eahca and injured the wheat. A California woman named Heh-tta Frwzier Iiac obluined S12 000 from a man named Thrift, for breach of promise. BulCRI.ANU, who was convicted of murder in Washington county, but who broke jail recently, was recaptured in a barn in Weed Virginia, last Friday even ing. - - - . The news from the Modoc country tliis morning-is that, a battle was fought with the jtavagea yettenlay, in which 19 ohliers were killt-d aud 73 wounded. No particu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 30 April 1873

CJt Jnnhia Sentinel. WEDNESDAY MORNING, ArRIL 80, 1873. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AXD after Sunday, Dee. 22, 1872, Passenger Trains wiil leave Mifflin Station at follow: iastwaud. - ' Philadelphia Express . 1:10 A. M. " Fast I-ine 4:(ts A. M. - Pacific Express HY7 A. M. Harrishurg Accommodation 11:'JSA. M.- Mail Train 0:18 p. M. Chicago Express g:3l p. M Cincinnati Express 0:03 P. M. WtSlWARD. Tittsliurg Express :08 A. M. Cineinnsii Kxpress It "5 A. M. Southern Express 4.0S A. M Pacific Express 5: 4;J A. M. Way Passenger 0:03 A. M.- Mail Train 8 S8 P. M. fast Line (,.33 P. M. JAMF.S NORTH, Ag't TOWN ANl COUNTRY. Fhost ani ice on Monday moruing. IIVK the alleys and streets been cleaned as per order of Council. Therr has been auy amount of land spoiled this spring by wet plowing. Call at John Ktka's before buying t-lsewhere. See his stock. SlloWtKs & Fi hoi.l tire excavating for their uew building. Jitto, Henry Goshen Samlkl BtKiiv shipped a number of orvrs last Thursday to the ea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 30 April 1873

i 5? It J Kg. 4 FARM AND IIOUSEnOLD. "raining Celts-- . For tin; last Eis years, saya a crres poudn it of tlio V.7V('e Farrier, I Lave bpr. haltering my colt when about one week o'J, ami when the mother is work ("lis are tied by her siile. I fipj many tilvan?jjp i:i brgiauiiig so soou with :b m, among which arc, t!:e colt is taught to Rati iu a tvw minutes JilJi-m m .re than fifteeti. Being thus early bandied, they have no fVar of b iitg hurt v.Leu any one comes near 'tliem. They b a n to tsavel on road without fear ot i'm' vehicVfe lit!i:...l i bona or meeting 'da w. Ihrrri- ; das.grr of losing them r.r having tLi'ia ftop o.i the road I) can.e you tu go back - aft?r tbem . Two or throe !r'nu soiii;? back after a colt will break nne tc lead by tbe ?lde of the mother. Wh.-n so trii.ied lb"y arc ready to oik a torn m t'ley are old enough. 1 have two t'.nt wi xc no trou'.le to br ak. A'l that ll; -y b id to learn was ti ji'i'I. TLey k f' nlut was be- bind ai.d bad no fear of being hurt...

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