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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 27 August 1873

Wmtista Sentinel RATES OF ADVERTISING: AH advertietng for lea than three month far om inch or less, will be charged an insertion,?! cent ; three, (LM; and W cents for each subsequent lneer- kon. AdminiatTatar, Execrrtora and Auditor! 5 otic, tioo. Professional and Bnslneas C rda, not exceed log one aqua re. and including copy of paper. Sa.0 per year. Notice in reading column, ten cents per line. Uerchant advertiaing bj the year at special rate. 3 monkg. astasias, laser. One inch IH a so 1 1 N Two inches t w - s ul ll UN Three inches M 1IIW IS u On--foi rth column.... low) 17 0 Sft a Half column 18 M a e W One column. . at 00 46 Ml w in -1 ESTABLISHED IN 1846. I i'iBLHHD Evxar Wednesday morsiso. Bridgr Hreet opposite the Odd Fellow1 Ball, MttFLlSTOWK, PA. I i THE Weduf i O.'OO u 'o Bill I XIAT4 SENTINEL U published every B. F. SCHWEIER, TH CONSTITUTION THE CNKW AND TBI SOKCMST OF TBS LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. -y mong t il fiO a year, in advance ; or. ll cases tf H"t paid promptly ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 27 August 1873

JUNIATA SENTINEL TlIFFLlNTOWN. Wednesday, August 2T, B. F. SUHWEIElt, ' EDITOR AD MOPRIITOE. BEPCBLICAX STATE TICKET SCPREME JCDGE, HON. ISAAC G. GORDON, or JEFFERSON C0V5TT. STATE TREASURER, HON. ROBERT W.MACKEY, OF ALLEQHENT COl'STT. DISTRICT TICKET. DR. JOHN 'P.' STERRETT, OF JCNIATA COINTV. -"Subject to tlie decision of the District Conference- ASSEMBLT, DR. GEORGE M. GRAHAM, OK TERRVSVIU-E. Subje-t to the decision of the District Conference. COl'.ITY TICKET. MIERIFF, JACOB LEMON, ESQ., OF MILKORD TOWNSHIP. REGISTER AND RECORDER, WILLIAM W. LANDIS, ESQ., OF TI RBETT TOVXSIIII. TREASt RER, HENRY A. STAMRAUGH, OF MIFFLIXTOW.V. COUNTT COMMISSIONER, J. RANKS WILSON, ESQ., OF FAYETTE TOWNSHIP. JCRV COMMISSIONER, JOHN MOTZER, ESQ., OF WALKER TOWNSHIP. AIMTOR, A. Y. M'AFEE, ESQ., OF TURBETT TOWNSHIP. THE STATE SOMI JATIOXS. So far a can be learned, tbe nomina tions made by tbe Republican State Convention, wbich met at Harrisburg on Wednesday, are well received, ex cept by '.be Democrac...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 27 August 1873

JUXIATAJSENTINEL. ""luFFLINIOWN: Wednesday. August 3T, 18T3. ANOTHEB lERRLBLE FIEE IN MIFFLIN. The Business Part of our Town Destroyed. 17 BUILDINGS IN RUINS. DESTRUCTION of an ENTIRE BLOCK. X.O S S 870,000. INSURANCE ABOUT $58,000. Mifflintown has again been .the vio tliu of a most destructivo fire. Twen ty busiDens places and four dwelling places ate in a mass of unouldering ruius. The late fire did not sweep over as extended a piece of ground as that swept by the fire on the last night of the veal ?187C, but if the wind had blown as it did on that night, Mifflin, doubtless, now would lie as does the ruinou) work of last Saturday morning. The alarm of fire was raised on last Saturday morning about I o'clock, and among those early at the sceue. of dis. aster a number declare that they first saw the flames issue from the Sentinel office. There were a number of win dows in tho aiain olee, through which they shoulJ have been able to ee ttio location of the fire from both the alley and...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 27 August 1873

Agrlcn ttia-al . THS 1CAT TO PUT A GBEfDSTOKE TS Obdeb. Every grindstone should run aa true at the periphery as the face of a millstone, or it will be impossible to grind any edge tool to a complete edge for whetting. The face of the periphery of a good stone should always be a trifle circular, and never hollowing. Now, then, if a stone wabbles from right to left, or bobs np and down only a frac tion of an inch in several places, the first thing will be to turn off the acef of the periphery true. If the stone is not hung about as true as it can be, let it be rehnng. In some instances, a stone is worn off half an inch or more on one side of the eye than on the oppo site side. When this is the case, let the journal be secured near one side of the eye. The stone should then be supported by a strong frame that will not spring when the periphery is being turned off. It is not necessary to incur the great expense of an iron journal with polished bearings and friction rollers, unless one d...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 3 September 1873

gfy gmtiat tnfinel RATES OF ADVERTISING : All advertising for less than three months for one inch or lee, will be charged one insertion, 7ft cents ; three, 91.90 ; and 30 cents for each subsequent inser tion. Administrator's, Executor's and Auditor's Notices, $!.tw. Professional and Business Cards, not exceed ing one square, and including copy of paper, SS.0O per year. Notices in reading columns, ten cents per line. Merchants advertising by the year at special rates. .1 mnnths. ( mmths. I pear. One inch i 3 50 SSI i Two inch s w a uu 11 iw Three inched ft ui lo uu IS uu ESTABLISHED IN 1846. HBL18HED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING. Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellowe' Hall, MIFFLINTOWN. PA. THE JUSIATA SENTINEL is published every Wednesday moruiUK at tl 80 a year, in advance ; or, SIX) In all casea if n paid promptly in advance. No sulcrtptions discontinued until all arrearage! re paid, unless at the option of the publisher. B. F. SCHWEIER, TBI COKSTITCTIOX THE TJNIOS AND TBI ZSFORCf ME...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 3 September 1873

J UN IA TASE XT 1 5j E L MIFFL1NT0WN. Wednesday, sept. 3, 1813. B. F. SCHWEIEli, DTtOB AJtD fBOPIIIIO. HEPCBLICAX STATE TICKET SUPREME JUDGE, HON. ISAAC G. GORDON, OP JEFFERSON COUNT!". STATE TREASURER, HON. ROBERT W.MACKEY, OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY. DISTRICT TICKET. SENATE DR. JOHN P. STERRETT, OF JUNIATA COUNTY. Subject to the decision of tha District Conference. ASSEMBLY, DR. GEORGE M. GRAHAM, OF PERRYSVILLE. (Suhje t to the decision ol the District Contercnce.J COrXTV TICKET. SHERIFF, JACOB LEMON, ESQ., OF MILFORD TOWNSHIP. REGISTER AND RECORDER, WILLIAM W. LANDIS, ESQ., OF TURBETT TOWNSIIIl'. TREASURER, HENRY A. STAMBAUGH, OF MIFFI.INTOWN. COUNTY COMMISSIONER, J. BANKS WILSON, ESQ., OF FAYETTE TOWNSHIP. JURY COMMISSIONER, JOHN MOTZER, ESQ., OF WALKER TOWNSHIP. AUDITOR, A. Y. M'AFEE, ESQ., OF TURBETT TOWNSHIP. The l-Ifing Political Issues ot the Day. The Washington Republic eajs : To those who have carefully watched the tendencies of the times, the farmers', mechanics', and laborers'...

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

JUNIATA SENTINEL " MIFFLIN 1 OWN: Wednesday- Sept, 3, 1S73. PENN'A. K. E. TIME TABLE. passenger train leave Mifflin follows: EASTWARD. Station as Phiadelphia Express, Fast Line, Southern Express, rUrmburg Acconinio., Mail, Pacific Express, Cincinnati Express, WFTAI Pittsburg Express, Cincinnati Express, Southern Express, Pacific, Way Passenger, Mail, r't Line, Mifliin. May 23, 1S73. 1 4 6 11 S 10 10 a m. 118 a ni. 57 a lu. 28 am. 33 p m. 07 a ni. f0 p m. 08 a m. 5:1 a ni. 10 a ni. 43 a m. 07 a in. .18 p ni. 33 p lu. LOCAL IXTELUGEXCE. The attendance at court this week is Urge. Cheap John has opened out in Weller's room, on Main street. - The bricklayers are at work on the walls of the new Methodist Church. There was an immensa Centennial meet ing at Williamsport on last Thursday even, in. Tiosk w ho attended the camp meeting at Newton Hamilton report Mihiin as having been fairly represented there. t The colored people are holding a large camp meeting near tfhippensburg, Cumber land ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 3 September 1873

Vgrricu.l tuval Conoer.vixo Wateb-Cbess. We ob erre that the cultivation of this escu lent is receiving encouragement in this country as well as in Europe. The tme water-cress is a nasturtium X. ojficinah of botanists, and is very distinct from the ordinary native ores?. Writer npon the subject lay down rjttcial rnles for planting, as well as for the prepara tion of the soil, Ac., bnt we have seen the very best results obtained from imply scattering a few young plants in the bed of a shallow stream of purt-spring-water. They increase so rapidly, that in a short time the plants will almost dam up the water, and the yield in early Spring is enormous. It is a vegetable that one must learn to eat, and after the taste is acquired there in no difficulty in wishing a regular supply upon the table every day until the earl j vegetables become quite plenty. In Europe we have seen the low Irottom lands divided into sqnares and planted with celery and cauliflowers, while fnr rounding each squar...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 10 September 1873

Iiiifes ghe mtuitd Sentinel RATES OF ADVERTISING: All Mlrertuinff far less than three months for ono inch or lens, will be c harped one Insertion, 75 cent ; three, $1.50 ; and SO cents for each subsequent Inser tion. Administrator's, Executor's nl Auditor's Notices, 2.00. Professional and Business Cards,' not exceed ing one square, and including copy of paper, $8.00 per year. Notice in reading columns, ten cents per line. Merchants advertising by the year at special rates. ESTABLISHED IN 1846. ITBLISHKD EVERT WEDNESDAY JfORSISO. Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall. MIFFLISTOWN, PA. THE JI SIATA SENTINEL i published every Wednesday morning at I U a year, in advance; or, Slav in all com if not paid promptly in advance. No subscriptions discontinued nntil all arrearages are iid, unless at the option of the publisher. B. F. SCHWEIER, THB COSSTITTTIOX THE VXIOS AHD TBS IXroBCIMIST Of IH LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. 3 HVHtfhs. 6 months, 1 syar. Ine inch . 9 (Ml II HO 1 Ml ! IW ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 10 September 1873

JUNIATA SENTINEL. MIFFL1NT0WX. Wednesday, Sept. 10, ISIS. B. F. SCHWEIEK, SSITOft a PaOPSKTOa. BEPCBLICAU STATE TICKET SUPREME JUDGE, HON. ISAAC G. GORDON, OF JEFFKBSO! COCNTY. STATE TREASURER, HON. ROBERT W. MACKEY, OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY. DISTRICT TICKET. SENATE, JOHN IRWIN, JR. OF CENTRE COUNTY. ASSEMBLY, J. BEATY HENRY, OF MIFFLIN COUNTY. COI79ITV TICKET. SHERIFF, JACOB LEMON, ESQ., OF MILFORD TOWNSHIP. REGISTER AND RECORDER, WILLIAM W. LANDIS, ESQ., OF TI'RBETT TOWNSHIP. TREASURER, HENRY A. STAMBAUGH, OF MIFFLINTOWN. COUNTY COMMISSIONER, J. BANKS WILSON, ESQ., OF FAYETTE TOWNSHIP. JURY COMMISSIONER, JOHN MOTZER, ESQ., OF WALKER TOWNSHIP. AUDITOR, A. Y. M'AFEE. ESQ., OF TURBETT TOWNSHIP. Bark Salary. The Congressional back salary bas been condemned by the people, irre spective of party. Party conventions bite coudcuiucd it. Tbe responsibility of it passage does not lie with the lie. publican party. Democrats as well as Republicans voted for it. Judge Van Trump, a Democratic Represe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 10 September 1873

JUNIATA SENTINEL MIFFLIN I OWN: Wednesday- Sept. 10, 18T3. PENN'A. K. ETIME TABLE. Passenger traiua leave Mifflin Station aa fallows: EABTWAKIt. Pbiadelphia Express, I 10 i id. Fast Line, 4 08 a m. Southern Express, 6 57 a in. Harrisburg Accoiumo., II 28 a ra. Mail, 6 33 p m. raeific Ezpreas, 10 07 a m. Cincinnati Express, 8 60 p in. WKITWAIP. Pittsburg Kxpreaa, 1 08 a in. Cincinnati Expresa, 1 53 a in. Southern Expreaa, 4 10 a ra. Pacific, 5 43 a m. Way Passenger, 10 07 a m. Vail, 3 38 p ni. Past Line, 6 33 p in. Mifflin, Mar 25, 1873. LOCAL IXTELLIGJlXCE. It is lawful how to shoot deer. Since ceurt the town aeema dull. The oyster season lias commenced. Northumberland is building a new fur nace. A circus wagon killed a boy in Belle- fonte week before last. The Hun'.ingtown Sahbalu School held a celebration last Saturday. Bellefonte people indulged in a "bal masque" a tew evenings ago. Cornelius Bartlty is in full business op eration in Jacob Thomas' parlor. Lewibtown has three spir...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 10 September 1873

Agricultural. Good Foists of a Cow. The charac teristics of a eood milker, are: L Youth. A cow in in her prime from four to six years, and the best paying time to bny is just after the birth of her second or third calf. 2. Trominence and fulness of milk reins, and relvety softness of skin. The milk reins run down on either side of the animal towards the udder, and are easily perceptible to the eye, or can be readily found by pressure of the hand, if the animal is not over fat. The skin shonld be soft and mel low, not hard, rough and "staring." a. Symmetry, fullness, and softness of the ndder. It should be broad, well spread out, projecting behind the legR, and also reaching forward under the belly. There should be a softness and thinness to the touch, and absence of fleshiness and thickness. 4. Perfect number and condition of teats. If one teat is wanting, about a fourth less milk will be the result. A cow's ndiler is not, as some suppose, a barrel with taps, but is divided into dif...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 17 September 1873

iiiwli RATES OF ADVERTISING : AU advertising for leas than three months for on. inch or less, will be charged one Insertion. 7i cents ; three, 1.50 ; and 30 cents for each subsequent inser tion. Administrator's, Executor's and Auditor's Notices, UU. Professional and Business Cirda, not exceed ing one square, and including ropy of paper, 9H.M per year. Notices in reading columns, ten cents per line. Merchants advertising by the year at special rates. .9 MfM'Aj. mmOit. 1 sear. One inch S S 50 1 im w Two inches 4 i II t Three inches l " 14 w ESTABLISHED IN' 1846. PUBLISHED EVKBY WEDNESDAY MOBMNft. Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' HaU, MIFFMNTOWX. PA. THE JUNIATA SENTINEL is published every Wednesdsy morning at $ I 50 m year, in advance ; or, $2.90 in all cases if nt paid promptly iu advance. Jio subscriptions discontinued uutil s!l arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. B. F. SCHWEIER, THI CONSTITUTION TH1 CSIOS AND THE ENFORCEMENT 0 THE LAWS. Editor and Pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 17 September 1873

JUNIATA SENTINEL MIFFLIXTOWN. Wednesday, Sept. IT, 1ST3. B. F. SCHWEIEK, EIrfTOB ASD rOPITOB. BEPCBLICAJI STATE TICKET SUPREME JUDGE, HON. ISAAC G. GORDON, OF JEFFERSON COUNTV. STATE TREASURER, HON. ROBERT W. MACKEY, OK ALLEOUEST COIMI. DISTRICT TICKET. SENATE, JOHN IRWIN, JR. OF CENTRE COCNTT. ASSEMBLY", J. BEATTY HENRY, OF MIFFLIN COCNTT. COl'STY TICKET. SHERIFF, JACOB LEMON, ESQ., OF MILFORD TOWNSHIP. REGISTER AND RECORDER, WILLIAM W. LANDIS, ESQ., OF TCRBETT TOWNSHIP. TREASCRER, HENRY A. STAMBAUGH, OP MIFFLINTOWN. COCNTT COMMISSIONER, J. BANKS WILSON, ESQ. OF FAYETTE TOWNSHir. JURY COMMISSIONER, JOHN MOTZER, ESQ., OF WALKER TOWNSHIP. AUDITOR, A. Y. M'AFEE, ESQ., OF TURItF.TT TOWNSniP. Jeff. Davis and Ills Speech. An exchange write in tb following raiphatic style of Jeff Davis, and li'i late speed'j. It was a great pity thai nnr Government cauirht Jetiersoti Davis in Ins fight to the seaboard We should Lave helped him out of the country and supplied him with all the boats he need...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 17 September 1873

JUNIATA SENTINEL MIFFLIN! OWN: Wednesday. Sept. IT, 1813. PENK'A. B. BTIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Station aa follows: EASTWARD. Phiailelphia Expross, 1 10 a m. Kast Line, 4 08 a m. Southern Express, 6 67 a tu. Harnsburg Accommo., 11 28 a m. Mail, 6 33 p m. Pacific Express, 10 U7 am. Cincinnati Kxpress, 8 60 p m. WESTWARB. Pittftlinrg Express, 1 08 a m. Cincinnati Express, 1 63 a in. Southern Express, 4 10 a m. Pacific, 6 43 a m. Way Passenger, 10 07 a m. Mail, a 38 p ni. Kast Line, t 33 p m. Mifflin, May 25, 1ST. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Drunken men are not seen oa the streets since lal court week. For shooting or bunting on Sunday the law imposes a fine of $25. Hum speaks through a local in the Dttn erat and Rtgttttr last week. Perrysville is brighening up in anticipa tion of the approaching Fair. Stoves and stove pipes were hurriedly looked up on Monday morning. The corn crop in Juniata will be nothing to boast ol this year. Ditto, the oats crop. ltrad the Premium List o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 17 September 1873

-. Agricultural. How to treat Homes. No one of the domestic animals is go much akin to men with reference to feelings and am bition as the horse, for when he sweats with a heavy load, when he gets into difficult places, and whi n he is hurt by his harness or saddle, tip shrinks almost in the same way that a man does. His nerves seem to be equally sensitive with - oars, and especial pains shonld be taken to see that his harness sets easily and does not gall him, nod dnriug hot weather the lightest rig possible shonU be used, and every superfluous strap removed. The harness of the horses drawing the Btrect cars of New York is withont breeching back or belly bands ; in fact, there is nothing bnt bridle, reins, collar, and tags, which is ample when horses plow, and also when pnt to a wagon, providing the ground is ' level and there is a good brake, tiet the stable be airy and clean, and when work is done for the day, let the horse roll if he will, and then bathe his limbs, back, and fla...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 24 September 1873

iittiftt gfy glttnhfo Sentinel RATES OF ADVERTISING: : All advertising for leas than three month for one inch or less, will be charged one Insertion, 75 ceirs three, (1.50; and id cents for each subsequent lnser-" tion. Administrator's, Execntor's and Aaditor'a Notices. 2.00. Professional and Business Cards, not exceed ing one square, and including ropy of paper, 8.09 per year. Notices in reading columns, ten cents per line. Merchants advertising ty the year at special rates. 3 months. matit 1 near. ESTABLISHED IN 1846. PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY MORNINQ. Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall, MIFFLIKTOWN, PA. THE JUNIATA SENTISEL to published every Wednesday morning mt (1 SO m year. In advance ; or, f 2 00 In all case if nut paid promptly in advance. No subscriptions discontinued until all arrearage are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. B. F. SCHWEIER, TBI CONSTITUTION Till UNION AND TBI ISIOECIMIST OF THC LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. One inch S V) S 5 CO 4 8 oil ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 24 September 1873

JUXI ATAjEXTI X E L MIFFMXTOWN. Wednesday, tpt. , ItT. li. F. SC II W K I E K, HrT-' AMI rBOFRfkToa's KEMIILK'lSTTETltKET S'TKEME Jt'DfiK, HOX. ISAAC ;. mw, OF .KHK0$ COl'XI V. STATE TREASURER, IlOX. IMMiKItT . A CKh r ALi.uilitxy tNTV- eilVIRItT TICKET. SKSATE, MNr HtWIX, JR, tif ckStre eor.NTV. asskmhi.y, I KEATTY HENRY, UK MIKr'I.IX riil NTY. COITSTV Tlt'KEff snhitirr, JACOI! LEMON, ESQ., fil' JIIt.KOItt) TOWN Ml I r. RF.CWSTEK AM KF-frtnilKR,- WILLIAM W. LAXDIS, ESQ.,- Of TfUHEVf TOWNSHIP. hexkyXstamuavgh, (V JI!FKI.WTOS. "frVNTV CoMMISSIOMItB, J. HANKS WILSON, ESQ., OK FAVKTTK TOWNSHIP. JI.'ltY roMMIsSHiNKlt, JOHN MOTZEK, ESQ., d-- WAl.KEK TOWNSHIP. AI'MTOR, A. Y. )1'AFEE. ESQ., liv Tt'f.nKTT TOWNSHIP. Y'l.i.ow fever prevails it Memphis,- Tetnies.'ee. Briii.i.MSToN, Iowa, was deJasfsted, on the 20th inst., by a $200,009 fire, j ,ns EAR,,V like. THB'"MrWcfflall'7Trcticj J,luPe Gordon was born in les evpcduioo iu the Polaris have been ' "f?. IVion county, Pa., December i "-2 1S19...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 24 September 1873

5 1' . j UN I ATA SENTINEL mTfFLINIONVX: Wednesday- Sept. 24, 1ST3. PEKK'A. R. RETIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave MilHin Station a follows: EASTWIKD. Phiadvlphia Express, 1 10 a ni. Fast Line, 4li m. Southern Express, 6 o" a ui. K-irri-burg Accommo., 11 28 a lu. Mail, 33 p in. Paoilic Express, 10 1)7 am. Oncinuatt Express, 8 IM p in. WESTWARD. Pittsburg Express, 1 8 a in. Cincinnati Express, 1 63 am. Southern Express, 4 10 a in. Pacific, 6 43 a ni. Wav Passenger, 10 07 a in. Hail, i 38 p ui. Fast Line, 6 21 p in. Mifflin, May 2", 1873. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Frost lias appeared so often this fall that It is no longer talked of. A human skeleton lias receutly been un tartUed in a vacant lot in Lcwislown. IL A. S'.iitnbaugh Las purchased the Lit tlelielj hotel property ou Main street. I). P. Sulouff lias purchased Mrs. Kevin's property on Kru.ge street, for the sum of $0,000. The river now lifts U.at tinge of color that l.as given rise to the uume of the "F-luc Juniata." "Dad Smith" wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 24 September 1873

.A. eric ill tnva.l. Lrvixo Stoves. What sight more pleasant than a row of sleek, well cared for, healthy animals in Winter ? Outside the thermometer stands close upon zero; inside, the temperature is so comfort able that we can well dispense with our overcoat. From whence comes this genial warmth? No coal or wood is consumed to raise temperature. The problem is easily solved. Here are fif teen stoves not constructed of iron or stone, but of flesh and blood, and in these stoves hay and grain are burned constantly, and hence the heat It is the warmth radiated from the animals that we feel, and this comes from actual combustion, produced by the play of vital or chemical forces within the or ganisms. A large per cent, of the food snpplied adds neither to our store of milk or flesh, but is burned to produce animal heat, and in winter the amount of food taunt be increased to compen sate for the loss by direct radiation from the surface, and through the respiratory organs. No greater mist...

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