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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 1 October 1873
iiifetfa RATES OF ADVERTISING: AU advertising for lea than three month! for oh inch or lea, will be charged one insertion, A cent; three, 41.50 ; and SO cent for each subsequent iner- tion. Administrator', Executor's and Auditor'! Jfotirea, f3.oe. Professional and Business Cards, not exceed inn; one square, and including copy of paper, exoe per year. N oticea in reading columns, ten eents per line. Merchants advertising by the year at special rates. ESTABLISHED IN 1846. PUBLISHED EVEBY WEDNESDAY MOBNINO. Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellow Hall, MFFLIKTOWN, PA. 3 wtrmtht. I Si) a IW iw 1u w 19 Wl 30 IW (stonO. (toe a iw i tw 17 IW 16 W THE JUNIATA 8ESTISEL i published erery Wednesday morning itllHi rear. in advance ; or, 2 W In all caaea if not paid promptly in advance Mo ubarrtntione discontinued until all arrearage are paid, unless at i ha option of the publisher. B. F. SCHWEIER, TBI CONSTITUTION TH1 UNION AND TBI INFOBCK MKST OP TBI LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. One inch .........
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 1 October 1873
JUNIATA SENT IX EL JUFFI.l.VTOWN. ! Wean?sIa, October I, j u. f. b c n v, i. 1 js 11 , n.iTcR and r;ipm(ii. KtPlULIC.l.lkTiTE TICKET SUPEKKE JIDGB, HON. ISAAC G. CORDON, o jtFPir.soN cocsty. STATE TI!E$UKEK, HON. ROliEHT W. M ACKEY, OP AtLfcUHENV COL.MV. DISTRICT TICKET. SENATE, JOHN IUWIN, JR, or centre ciKsrr. J. BEATTY HENRY, OF MIKfLIN COUNTY". COCITV TICKET.- KIIERIt'Pi JACOR LEjION, ESQ., OK MII.FUKD TOWNSHIP. EF.dlSTF.K AND KECORKER, iHLUAM X. LANDIS, ESQ., OF Tl HBLTT TOWXKiJIP. TREASIRER, HENRY A. STAMBAUGH, OP SHrTMNTOWN. CttVSTT COMMlSSUiSEfi, J. RANKS WILSON, ESQ., OF PAYETTE TOWNSHIP. JCItT C'MHWICNKS',' JOHN 110TZEU, ESQ., OP WALK Kit TOWNSIItP. AfDITOR, A. Y. 51 'A FEE, ESQ., OP TCP-IIEIT TOWNSHIP. CAPTArx Jack od a number of other Mcdoia will ba nanged on Friday, October 3rd. Bank suspensions are atmsOuSed from all sections of the State. They re chit-fly private lauks. On tiie 2Uh ult., Thomas 1$. Park er, a wealthy citizen of Philadelphia, shot Lis wile and killed h...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 1 October 1873
JUNIATA SESTIXEL MIFFLIN J OWN: Wednesday, October I, 1873. PEXtf'A. B. lTIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave MiBIin Station a follows: EASTWARD. rhisdelphi Kxprcss, 1 10 a m. Fast Line, 4 08 a ni. Southern Express, 6 57 a in. Harrisbtirg Acconimo., 1 1 28 a in. mail, 6 33 p in. Pacific Express, 10 1)7 am. Cincinnati Express, 8 60 p m. WKSTWABD. Pittsburg Express 1 08 a m. Cincinnati Express, 1 63 a m. Sotithwn Express, 4 10 a m. Pacific, 6 43 a m. Tav Passenger, 10 07 a m. Kaii', 8 88 p ni. rtst Linn, 6 Hi p in. 73. LOCAL ISTELLlGhXCB. lluntinsdon is to have a new Academy. David Sulouff is working lively on the Kevin lot. It is lawful to catch black bass, below the Jlillerstown dam. John Etka expect to open business in Patterson by and by. Residents ot Marysville, Perry county, are suffering witn ague. ML Union has a notary public. Frank II. Harrison is the man. There is a "horse chestnut" tree in Lcw istewn in full bloom. Rather late in the season. The gross receipts of the Pennsylv...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 1 October 1873
Agricn tural. AuTUirt Gabdktino. October is the month, above all others, for taking time by the forelock. So much can be done this month that is not infrequently delayed until spring, that the labor of spring-gardening will be Terr mnch .decreased in fact, reduced to little mora than play. New walks and drives ran be laid ont and made, and old ones repaired, new flower-beds can be made or the old ones put in order, ready for the spring planting, or set ont imme diately with perennials, designed to bloom the next year. New lawns can be made, and the barren spots in old ones sown with Grass-seed. The gardener should not relax her efforts in her garden at this season of the year. It is too frequently the case that on the approach of winter the garden is neglected, and becomes nn ltrhtlT with fallen leaves, dead animals. and rubbish of all sorts. If properly attended, it should be a source of pleasure until the fall of snow. The fall-blooming flowers are among the most brilliant of the ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 8 October 1873
" : g7r Jffuninfn mtituh RATES OF ADVERTISING : All advertising for less than three months far en. inch or leas, will be charged one insertion, 79 centa : three, $1.50 ; and 50 cents for each subsequent inser tion. Administrator's, Executor's and Auditor's Notices, tut Professional and Business Csrda, not exceed ing one square, and Including copy of paper, SS.US per year. Notices In reading columns, ten cents per line. Merchants advertising by the year at special rates. S mtmihs. t enmrtt. I year. One Inch S So ttM Two inches I uu 9 tl 11 UK Three inches ( tt 10 On-fourth column.... 10 oo 17 cw I w Half column 18 oo SS W e w ESTABLISHED IN 1848. rTBLISHED EVEBT WEDNESDAY MOBXIXO. UriAgr Htrtrt, opposite the Odd FeUows' IlaU. MIFFLIHTOWN, PA. THE JUNIATA SENTINEL ia published every ydneadsy morning at I M a year, in advance ; or, t&tw In all cases if not paid promptly in advance. So subscriptions discontinued nntll all arrearages are pud, nnleaa at the option of the publisher. B....
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 8 October 1873
Jt'XIATA SENTINEL MIFFMXTOWX. Wednesday. October 8, 1473. 11. Y, SCII WE I Ell, nrros sn raoraiETon. KI.I'l BLlC iX STATE TICKET j SUPREME JUIXiE, HON. ISAAC (J. CORDON, OF JLUKIiSoN COINTV. state treasurer, HON. KOIIEI'T W. M Af'KEY, or allkuihsny coiM'V. - i UIValiltT TICEiUT. SK NATE, JOIfN IKWIN, .III. OF CKSTilE COUNTY. ASSE.VM.Y, J. BE ATT V HEMIY, or .vim.ix county. coi xi "tscklt." JACOli LEMON, ESQ., or un.Koiuj townwui. RKIilSTKR AND RFCORhF.lt, WILLIAM W. LANDIS, ESQ., OK TI KIiKTT TOWNSHIP. TUEASl'KI.K, HENRY A. STASI.iAlCH, OK VIFFUNTOW N. COUNTY COMMISSIONER, J. BANKS WILSON. ESQ., OK FAVKJ'TK TON .llll JURY rOMMI'SIONT.K, JOHN MOTZEK, ESQ., OV WALKK3 TOWNSHIP, jut'l-ou, A. Y. M'AFLE, ESQ., OK TURHKJT TOWNSHIP. Tor-khin news indicate troublous times iu France. The State Fair held at Krie ha been pronounced one of the finest exhibitions of the kind ever held iu this State. The army worm and flood have near ly entirely destroyed the cotton crop in the lower valley of tli...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 8 October 1873
jXxMATA SENTINEL. ... -MIFFLIXTONVN: Wednesday. October 8, 1SY3. "pENNA. R. KTIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Station aa follows : EASTWAKD. r-.r-- Phixriwlphla Express, - 1 10 a m. Fast Line, 4 (Hi i m. Sonthern Express, 6 57 a in. .. Ilarrisburg Accotnmo., " 11 28 am. Mail, (S 3.1 p oi. Pacific Express, 10 07 am. Cincinnati Express, 8 iO p ui. wi:stab. Pittsburg Express, 1 08 a m. " Cincinnati Express, 1 93 a m. Southern Express, 4 10 a m. Pacific, 6 43 a m. Way Passenger, 10 07 a m. Mail, 3 38 p ni. Fast Line, 6 33 p m. Mifflin, May 25, 1P73. LOC.IL MTELLltSKSCE. Perry county has a cavalry company. Iliinlin?t!on Presbytery holds its sessions at Alexandria this week. Tanners of this State talk of establish ing an insurance company. Paper on the river alcove us note the in troduction of black bass iu the river. More rctt) J crop hay Las been made in hiscotinly this season than in many years punt. The cliief of police of Altoona shoots dog on the streets of that town with ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 8 October 1873
jVgricultural. What Cattlk to Bkeeb. To raise rattle for beef, the Short-horns are pre ferable. They attain large size, take on flesh readily, mature early, and make most excellent beef. They need good feed and good attention, and will reward one for bestowing it. 'o other breed equals this for beef purposes. On account of their tendency to take on fat so readily, they are not gonerally good milkers, though there are excep tions to this. Some kinds of Short horns are said to lc fine milkers. If the object is to obtain quantity of milk to sell by the gallon or to make cheese, the Ayrshire is the breed yon want. Their milk is nt as rich as some breeds produce. Tf tlm lwst butter cow is wanted, the little Jersey stands at the head of the class. What she lacks iu quantity, she more than makes up in quality. Nearly ..tiP.fonrth of her milk is pure cream. Tl-.e butter is golden yellow, of the hmliest flavor, and commands the highest price. Their disposition nniot. ami tliev are naturally ...