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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 April 1879

.. S. . . ' 4. ... - B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITTJTTON-THE UBTOB-AjID THE E5TOECIME5T OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. WEDNESDAY, A1TJL 16, 1879. NO. 16. VI H. T. HELMBOLD'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU. PHARMACEUTICAL. A SPECIFIC REMEDY FOR ALL DISEASES or tub Tor Debllltr. Lnw of Memoir. Indlsposl. tl-n V. Exertion or Bti.ine, Shortness of Hmrh;TroDlll with Thoughts of Disease, Dimnmof Vision. Pain in I lie Bark. Cbnt, and Head. Kusb of Klood to tbe Head, Pale Countenance, and Pry Skin. If Uicm! symptoms are allowed to ro on, very frequently Epileptic Fits ana Con sumption follo'w. Wben tbe constitution becomes affected ft 'requires the aid of an Invigorating medicine to strengthen and toue op lUe system which "Helmbold's Buchu fl DOES IN EVEEY CASE. IS TJNEQTJAIXD By any remr-iT known. It U prescribed by tbe aipol eminent physicians all over tka worlu, tn Rheumatism, Spermatorrhoja, .Neuralgia, Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Indigesti...

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. — 16 April 1879

- iENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWX. WedneadiiY, April 16, 14T9; B. F. SCHWEIER, ewtob asb rKOPBirroa. Between" the Srcialists, Commun ists, and Ibe Confederates, the 8urs and Stripes bave a bard time of it. But a few davs ago a Confederate military company failed to carry the Stars aod Stripes in a parade ia Wash ington city. Last week the Chicago Inter Ocean ays that in a Socialist parade which took place in that city, in which two military compaoies participated, the American flag was carried at the bead of the procession, nnion down. This is a step further than the military com panies went in Washington the other day. There they simply refused to carry the American flag. In Chicago they carried it, but in such a way as to intuit every one with the smallest spark of patriotism. This was either a atupid blunder or a studied insult. It bebooves the deeent people of Chi cago to discover which, and to explain if a blunder, or visit upon the authors the severest condemnation if it...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 April 1879

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday. April 10, lsrd. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum, If paid wittin 12 months ; $2.00 tf not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 tents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise Uy the year, half or quarter tear. Who Stole the Ballots ? Reported by B. '. Schwtier. On Friday at 10 o'clock a. ., the case, commonly known as the B jrongh Ballot Box Case," came up before Squire London. It is an action against the election board to iind out who stole the ballots and election papers lliat were put in the box that was used at the February election. Lawyers, Parker, Lyons, and Stone were pro-sent, to conduct the case for the respec tive parties. David Watts was the first witness called. He saiii I hare lived in .MlWntown about twelve years. I voted at the February election, at the polling pla...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 April 1879

Salmon flatting. The angling on Loch Tay Scotland, is chiefly done by trolling the minnow. Seated in the stern of his boat, the angler has on either side of him a stout trolling rod similar to a Thames spinn ing rod, only longer and stronger- To each of these U fixed a heavy reel hold ing one hundred or one hundred and twenty yards or more of stout tolling line. A good length is requisite, as a Loch Tay salmon when first struck will often make a rush of sixty or seventy yards in length, and if you have some forty or fifty yards of line out at the time, as is often needed, an active fish will soon clear your reel out and break away; 130 yards, therefore, is better than 100. To the end of this is fastened a twisted gut trace some three or four yards long, furnished with as many swivels, and terminating in a couple of strands of stoutish siugle salmon gut. To this is fixed a phantom minnow of medium size, a blue or a yellow one be ing used on either rod, so that the fish may have a cho...

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. — 23 April 1879

fill i l' ! iCll 13. F. SCHWEIER, THE C0NSTITUTI05-THE U5I0H-A5D THE DTF0E0EME5T OF THE LA7TS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXIII. MIFFLINTOWX, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1879. NO. 17. t H. T. HELMBOLD'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU. PHARMACEUTICAL. " A SPECIFIC REMEDY FOR ALL t ! : DISEASES Of TUt Kor Iebilltv, -Xoss of Memory. InAlsposf. llou tii Exertion or Business, ahortneaa of Breath, Troallet with Thought of Www, DiuineMof Viston. Pain in the liaek. Chest, and Hw.d. Rosli of to the Uead, Pale Countenance, and try Skin. It these symptoms are allowed to go on, very frequently nilrptle Fits and Con sumption folio'w. When the constrtutton bi -Clime affected It requires the aid of an Invigorating; medicine to etrenfthea and toue up lite ystem which "Helmbold's Buchu" DOES IN EVERY CASE. IS UXEQUALED Bv anv remedy known. I Is prescribed hy tbe moat eminent physicians ail over the world, ln IUieumatibtu. Sperm atorrb ass, Kearalgia, Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Indigest...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 April 1879

mim & REPUBLICAN MIFFL1XT0WX. Tlerfncsuar, April 23, 119; Ii. F. SCinYtflEIl, ruiroc pb ritorsiroa. The Riot Bainage bill was voted down in the House, and frowned oat of the Senate during the earlier days . . ... i. t t ...:ii ti Ol 14tl Wrel i UUb M.U wilai sua uuH The' Bie Steal.' I Senator Wallack is the head of a of the Tnbmz ' 5 ... e., such at. will make thunder fur the next i F: to mu'J-w a ia. vanin L.-t;iala; was between the solicitations of good men and honest advocates. The steal Harri-btirg corresjmd..TCe Post. tec the smell oifl'nwr eT! cr'P- , .lr ne. 'V" ' ,ue T .j.ritY of the lVuiS:-;'1 peru.p, . c. meu u .tore,' jedv-eaked n it r''w,a ?f ,Lf pot - "1 in the bally of the bill stack cat too prominently, tiio price of votes ran np too rapidly to scipe the criticism of even tiru who have sniiVred by such transactions, and the dose re- lt persisted in intrtxl-ng i.s corrupt j voiie.l them. When Dewoodey was ing presence upon the attention of j toij tb-t tilere v,. -j...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 April 1879

X ,-L7.' 4- mmzi k REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN OWT: .TTednetday, April 23, 1S19. . . TERMS. - Sofescriptlon, $1.50 per annum, if paid wrfUn 12 months; $2.00 If nut paid within It month. - . Transient advrrtir.n!'Tis Inserted at 30 eeuts per inch fur each insertion. Trsnsl-nt bnsiness notices In local co'. n:u, 10 cent per line for each insertion. 1: Jiioti jns will be male to those desirii';: to ad.erliae l.y the year, halt or quarter rear. PENNSYLVANIA STATE SABBATU SCHOOL CONVENTION. Tho fl.teeath. annajl convention of the Pcn-sylvauis State Sabbath-school Asaoci ti.sn will bs held in thj Second Presbyte risTi church in Altocna, Tuesdiy, Wednes day and Thursday, June Ed, 4th and 5ih. Ths exercises will open Tu.sd iv a.ternuon, at 5 o'clock, with a trrand union children' meeting, addresses by Rev. Richard Nek ton, I. 1)., of Philadelphia, and i.l close oa Thursday niht, at 10 o'clock. Tbe programme will be practical, and tho topics will be opened by llie ablest Sund ly nch m4 ui-ti in the S...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 April 1879

FABX AXD GARDENV How to Make a Horse Tbot. My ofn practice 18, without pretending to tbe knowledge of profession! trainer, to let the horse a good deal alone. I presume I do not take the reins in both bands once in three months, so far as need of strength goes, when I am driv ing on the road. Of course there art some horses that we must make trot if they ever trot at all ; I tor one do not desire to have any thing to do with that sort of horses. But i.ive me a horse that is a natural trotter, and I am sure he will never go except in a trot, unless by reason of some pain in his foot or somewhere else, that may cause hitn to break. In that case the best way is to let him alone. I am driving a five-year-old colt that is fast. If he breaks, I let him run. After he has been running six or eight rods, I hint to him that it is just as fashionable for him to strike his trot, and, if be does not take that hint, in a little while, 1 give him another. But I don't yank him, or jerk bim. "pull h...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 April 1879

13. F. SCIIWEIEli, THE COUSTITUTIOS-TnE UHOH AJTD TEE EJTOBCEMEHT 01 TEE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXIII. MIFFLIX1WX, JUXIATA COUNTY. PEXXA.. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 30. 1879. XO. 18. V- T i ' H. T. HELMBOLD'S' COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU. PHARMACEUTICAL. A SPECIFIC REMEDY FOR ALL DISEASES OF THE BLADDER & KIDNEYS For iN-utlitv. l.os of Memory. Indisposi tion to Kx-rtin or Itu-onos. Shortness of Kreath. Trunhlarft with TuougVit of IMsease. limine of Vision. I'ain in tlie lUck. Cheat, aud Heail. Ku-ili of Kloui to tlie Ucad, Pale Countenance, and lry skin. tf Uuhm. ynit-toui are allowed to jro on, very frequently fcnilcptie Kits ami Con sumption follow. vii-n the constitution iK-eoines afTccteii it requires the ail of an tnvi-orviii inelicint to strengthen and tone up Hie system ahita "Helmbold's Buchu" DOES IN EVEBY CASE. IS UNZ QTJ ALED Ky any retn1y known. It Is prescribed hv I le uioftt eminent physicians all over the world, lu Rheumatism. Spermatorrhosa, Neuralgia, .Nervo...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 April 1879

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFL1XT0WN. M'ednenday, April 30, 19; 13. F. SUHWEIEll, EMTOI JkXD PROPRIETOR Democratic organs throughout the Country are turning up to tbe support of the i evolutionary work of the Brig PAiiers in Congress, and they are d v injj just us tiiey did when the South tini lire-eaters plotted the overthrow of tliis govern m.-nt under the Bu rbanan administration. They then persistency denied their revolution ary work an 1 purposes. The two Democratic organs in this coud!v the Democrat and Register and the Tribute are no exceptions ; they, too, dance ta the niasic of the Brigadiers. 1 ho Democrat and Register first led off in support of the revolutionists. in a sort of a round-about way. To ! Mipport the Brigadivrs too openly! would give offence to its party here, but nevertheless its support was di- j rect tnough to ehvs it. among the ! chiiinpions of the Brigadiers. It j kicks Congressman Blackburn, and Congressman Bhu'kburn is one of the j titaunchest support...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 April 1879

J3S SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, April 30, 18T9. TERMS. Snbscrlptioa, $ 1.50 per annum, if paid within 12 months ; $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 rents per line for each insertion. Pediictions will be made to those desiring advertise by the year, half or quarter year. Rev. Mr. Vax-Fossf.n, of tlie XL E. Church, preached in the PreHiijterian Church List Sabbath morning. The Theme qf his Hcnuon was the Presence of Uod. IT.; sal.l that nowhere in written bistory is the presence of Go J sj wonderfully made nianife&t as in the liis.tr.ry of lr&tt. God was with his Tootle Ir.u'!, fr.m their earliest tribal tLivs, up t J the time that they be came bjndmen in Egypt, an J nil t'urough that down trodden state he was present to direct them and pre pare them for h national oi'guniz'V lion, that was developed raider the rule of Mose, who w:...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 April 1879

1!l FOOD FOR THOUGHT. Willie' Inrentnrv.One very warm day in August Willie came in the house overheated and tired out with plav, and threw himself on the lounge exclaim- in? "Oh, it's o awful ht out doors 1 can't nlav any longer. "Well, be still and rest," sa'.d hU mother. "But mother, there is such a big bucip hereon the lounge that it hurt a fellow." So mamma eoes to look, and after enrcbinecare!'ullr finds nothing. By way of consoling the tired child she taken him on her lap, when 10, ana De- hold ! he discovers the bump not on the lounge however, but right in 11 lie's pocket. "Willie, boy. here is the uncomforta ble bump and what is it madool r Willie makes no reply, but looks just a bit sheepish, and then begins to laugh "What's in tiie bump, Willie?" said his mother. "Nothing much. I guof s, a few little odd and ends." said Willie. "But 1 should sav there were a good many o!ds and ends of something; come turn it all out. and we'll see what's there; lets tale an account of stoc...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 May 1879

eiiiiKi s II. F. SCIIWEIEK, THE COITSTITUTIOIf-TEE TJUTOS-AED TEE OEOECEMEST OT THE LAWS. Editor anil Proprietor. VOL, XXXIII. NO. ID. MirrLIXIWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1S79. V I I - I I i H. T. HELMBOLD'S co:mtouxd FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU riT.ABMACETJTT.CAL. A SPECIFIC REMEDY FOR ALL DISEASES of rut For Tvhllity. l.os of Memory. In1ipost- ! tl.iii l4 F.xerlioit or IliiMiiem. s?hortne of i ttnMth. TrouWe.l with Thontitsof liiseaAe, limine of Vision, l'ain in tiie lliiek. thoat, ! and llitl. Kuh of HUmmI to tiie Head, 1'ale . CoiinteiiMiiee. anl lry skin. j If thee syitiilonis are allowed to go on, I very freiueiiily Kpileplic Fits ani Cull- . Miiiiptioii follow. XV hen the eoiiMitution : l.i-eimies artecie.l it requires the aiil of an . tiivitforttitii" meiliciiie to strengthen aud time up Hie ybleui ahieh "Heimbold's Buchu" DOES IN EVEEY CASE. IS TJNEQUALED ! r.y ny rf-ne.tv known. It is prescribed hy ' the mor-t eminent pliy-ilcimm aU over the ! Rheumatism, Spermat...

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. — 7 May 1879

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFL1NI0WN. Wednendnv, May 1. IST9; li. F. SO II WE IE II, Enrroa ad rBorBiKToa. People who read, know, that the present extra session of Congress, was called because tha Democratic mem bers would not provide by appropria tion to carry on the government. L'uder the lead of ibe Soulbern ex rcbels, aDd brigadiers tbe .Northern Democratic members have been doing all tbey kcow bow to encourage the Southern uieuibers in their refusal to pa.a tbe appropriation bills, unless certain Coogrestiooal Acts, that are part of the reconstruction measures be repealed. Their demands are but tbe beginning of a revolution, which if allowed to go on will result in tbe overthrow of all that the North won for free govern ment against Rebellion. If tbe Northern Democratic Con gressman, and the Northern Democrat press bad turned their faces against tbe revolutionary work, there would not now be agitation abroad in tbe country. But tbe Northern Demo cratic Congress have allowed th...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 May 1879

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, May , W9. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum, if paid within 12 months ( $ 2.00 if not paid within 12 month. Transient advcr'tiiemeots inserted at 60 eents per inch, for each insertion. Trans(L-nt business notices in Irtcal col nmn, 10 cents per line lor each Insertion. PcJoctions will be made to those desiring t advertise by the year, half or quarter tear. Senator Wallaca and the Fres Ballot. XTnitel States Senator Wallace bas le:n making quite an ado over tko question of a Free Ballot in Con gress. L'ist week the Democrat and Resist? published some remarks of his on the subject. On the day that the Register was telling its readers about the Sena tor's jxecb, ilie Uanisburg Telegraph was telling its readers what it knows about the Senator's knowledge of the free ballot The Telegrapk tells the following : Senator Wallace has left no oppor tunity unluiproved to talk febout troops at the polls, and delight to linger l,iri ii prosaic...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 May 1879

AGRICCLTUBE. The Gkassks. Tlie soils best atlapteil to clover are leiiacw-us or stiff loams. It is a fertilizer. as it long, powerful lap root looM-n the soil, ailinii air, and when the roojj decay, add largely to the black mass of earth- It helps de stroy annual weeds by It luxurious foliage and by shading the surface of the soil, increases its fertility. Clover seed should always bo sown in the spring of the year in the eastern, mid dle and western State. It is often sown opon the late snows of March or April, and soon finds iu way down to the soil, where, ai 'ed by the moisture of early spring, it quickly germinate and rapidly shoots up its leaf sia ks, Mammoth, or I-arge Ked Clover. 'i'liis variety Is the best for plowing under for manure. It grows five or six feet high and i's sulks are so coarse and large that stock wiil eat "only the leaves. l!y its judicious ue, lands which have been exhausted can be re claimed and unexhausted lands pre served. Green manuring has never or ra...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 May 1879

I S3, IE3 T. IMD erw It M 1U -d ie de. ieu Pi la. 11. F. SCH WEI Ell, THE CONSTITIITIOir-THE THIIOir-Aim THE ENrOECEMEUT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXIII. MIFFLINTOWX. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1S79. NO. 20. I 1 v H. T. HELMBOLD'S COMPOUXD FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU. PHARMACEUTICAL. I We were talking of this the other night . : at dinner, wlien Colonel Markhaiu said : j "Apropos of that, 1 have been to-day, to i lay a wrvath on the grave of one of that class. W ith your permission, I w ill tell A SPECIFIC REMEDY FOR ALlllSW Benson," he began, -had been , in my regiment, and was so faithful and j true, that, when the war was over I exerted DISEASES or tuE For Debllltr. Low of Memoir. Indisposi tion to Exertion or ltuines, !liortncs of Breath. Tron'iled with Tliouxhta of Ui'Wir, Dimness of Vision. Pain in the Back. Chest, and Heart. Rush of Illood to the Head, Pale Countenance, and Iry Skin. 11 these symptoms are allowed to fro on, verv frequently Epileptic ti...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 May 1879

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. Yredncfdar, May It, IT9i B. F. SCII WE I ER, EMTOE ASO PBOPRIRTOK. The Brigadiers and their Demo cratic allies in Congress were not content with the veto of their first revolutionary bill by the President, bnt they must needs thrust their cloven foot out a second time, and frame a bill or a"t entitled, "An act to prohibit military interference at elections," and hactilr pass it through both Houses and send it to the Pres ident. The President received it, and promptly vetoed it on Monday. Met-sage next issue. Tag object of the bills that the President has vetocl. is to so tie tip the power of the Executive of the nation that in the event of the Brig'-1 adi-rs gelling their new revolution started m a military course in tuc States, the President will be power less to interfere This time they want to be certain that the President shall have no warrant of law to inter fere with their work in the States. The democrat and Reguter last week rjnotei fro...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 May 1879

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, May 14, 1879. TERMS. Subscription, $1.60 per iddobi, if paid wittln 12 tnontha; $2.00 if nut pud within Z month. Transient advertisements icserted at 50 cents per inc'o for each insertion. Transient business notices In locl col mn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be male to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter vear. Committee Meeting. Tho members of Republican County Com mittee are requested to meet at the Penn sylvania House in Mittiintown, on SATUhDAT, JUNK 21st, 1S79, at 1 o'clock r. to fix a time for holding the Primary Election, and transact such other business ss may come before it. JOHN T. BOURSE, Chairman. The following named Republicans com pose the Committee : JoHS T. Nocbse, Chairman. Mifflintown P 1) tiaiulin. C B Horning. Patterson S 1$ Caveny. I G Mirks. Thompsontown Levi M vers. C V Steimnets Delaware Peier Troup, 11 R Sowers. Port Royal W C Pomeroy, T M Moore. Tuscaroia V S F...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 May 1879

KenriDJ WlldBirtU. I found it essential to succeM lu rear ing birds from the cest to watch the parent bird and And what food It select ed for its young. That of all the finches, aparrowg and wrens was naked-skinned . worms and grasshoppers. The indigo finch, which I at first failed to rear, I found was fed solely with whito grass hoppers (t. ., with grasshoppers which had just molted), after which I found it very easy to raise, and that it proved to be a very excellent cage-bird. All the birds fed readily upon small grass- hoppers and large-sized worms, and in every ca died after being fully grown, from my inability to make the proper change in their food. The finches and sparrows would tike to seed-eating as soon as they left the nest and their bills were hardened. Wrens, under my ob servation, fed their young almost exclu sively with small, smooth larvae, taken from the undersides of the leaves of cur rant bushes, brambles, etc., and I have set for a long time and counted the worm...

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