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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 July 1874

Mi u V m 1 i :i'lJ to ! J 1 J i I Editor and Proprietor. B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THB UNION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. "- I . w ' V VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., JULY 1, 1S74. NO. 2(5. Irpstteii. Poetry. THE ORItilX or DlirLEH. Mr nuarhief-loving maiden. Belle ! Kit here mid listen while I tell Awhile yonr saur-y tongne to tame A pretty tale without a name. Save this, of ' bow the dimplea came." A merry girl, the tory gora. With eyes of violet, cheekii of rone, (hie day with feet that noiuelexH eteped Behind her lover, tiptoe crept ; And peeped with many a bow and bend. While he, all unHunpertiug penned A timorous sonnet to the maid. Which donbt'd. hop'd. dexjiau-'d and pray'd. She peep'd, and read, too pleaxed by half. And amiled, and smiled, bnt dornt not laugh ; And so a strange event occurred ; It happened thus ao I have heard. The dainty mouth, too Htna.ll, I doubt, To i t too much of amiliug out. Became a prison moxt secure. And held the lovin...

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 July 1874

SETCim & REftTJlMCAN MIFFLIXTOWX. VTertacwda?. Jntj i, if. F. SClIWfilElt, suitor ash raoraiEToa. Tlie Ktxt?TtMy with Canada. The ner treaty with Canada, present ed lo the United State Seoate for rati fication a few days before the adjou.-n-tuent of that bodj, wa laid over till next session. There is a general out burnt agemst it. Before the Senator return next session they will baTe been impressed with the fact that the country is largely against the treaty. The Philadelphia lnquirert in writ ing oB tie treaty, aaa : " Are we not now down low enough Are we in al ditiou to our present depressed condi tion ta be bauded over to competition with Canadian cheap labor, cheap agri cultural products and light taxation, while we are carrying an immense load nf national, State and uiuuicipal taxa tion ! The fact is the attempt to negotiate this treaty is an usurpation of power, and if a subservient Senate ratifies it the Senate will be a party to this usur pation. WLile the Constitution ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 July 1874

T Ml SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN TOWN: Wednesday. July 1. I8T4. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per aannm. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cent per inch lor each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, l't cent per Hue lor each insertion. Deduction will be ma le to tb v desiring to advertise by the year, hall' or quarter year. PENN'A. K. RETIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Station as rollows: KASTWA RD. Philadelphia Express, 12 48 a m. tast Line, 115 a nu Pacilic Express, 10 01 a m: Harnhnrg Accommo., II :'K 1 ft, Iav Express, 42 p ni. Hail, 6 12 p in. Cincinnati Express, S 60 p ui. MTWlt. Pittsburg Express, 1 SO a Hi. Cincinnati Express, 2 11 aiti. Pacific, 6 5S a m. Way Passenger, 10 1)4 a ui. Vail, 3 33 p m. fast Line, 6 45 p m. Mi in. Jut.e 3 It 1ST4. LVC.1L f."TELLt(lE.tii. A great drought prevail in this county. The platform of a western candidate for the Assemble "Currency mid Beer." Prof. John A. L'jhl expects to go up in a balloon at Uoliid...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 July 1874

Agricultural. AIakisq Bex Hitbs. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette tella how he ma,kea m hive which is not patented: In the first place yon want rabbets, half an inch deep at each end of the hive, to receive the ends of the frame ; next yon want your frames made true, bo that they will hang plnmp in the hive. There should be one frame for every inch and a half of space in width of our hive. Next prepare your bottom Ioard and lay it level. Pnt yonr hive on the board so that the frames will ran from front to rear ; then elevate yonr hive about three inches, and your hive is ready for the bees. Make your frames just three-fourths of an inch shorter than the inside of your hive, and have them so they will not touch at either end, nor swing against each other. I have a centre-opening hive that is very convenient, and different from any that I have seen. I wish it understood that when I raise the rear of the hive, I raise the bottom board with it If your hive leans to one side the...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 July 1874

SENTINEITAND REPUBLICAN-Extri. Mifflintown, Wednesday, July 8, 1874. The Fourth at MrrTUX. Tbere'bearta plainly depicted on tbeir frcesJtbct sUfrip. of 41m bjldge ndJcftiiy wis no organtXBtion here fur a genera r j 1 - - n j - ' -. - ' - v t t gathered at the railroad, about the tel-lbut not a uiomeot too soon, for they egraph office, and there, in ' the most bad scarcely got off when it fell, dreadful suspense, awaited despatched William Bartley was buried on Mon- frou Lwiatown. ; iJy moA by the Uutalday, at IV o'loe, prarie uwsa waa reached.. Two boys killed, and two,en, at 2 o'clock-of t.awe day, in the injured : Charles Goshen, a lad aboutUoioo Cemetery. The funerals were 13 years of see. son of George GoshenJatttended by a large concourse of cit. of I'atterson, killed ; w Uliam artisy,n ixens. , ... . .'I:.' celebration of the 4th, consequently people celebrated it as beat suited tbeir individual tastes Some weut a fishing, some drove to the country, where the farmer were busil...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 July 1874

Tbe barna of J. A. McKie-nl A lottery" scajip dui-J eiti-' About -i ..'.-1....U .... w.i..i... .....i.. Kliue &, Hull, adjaceut to town, were xan of Fermanagh township I t week. !of last week, tbe dwelling bouse on the farm of George U . Smith, in Dela- are township, was destroyed by fire. Mr. Smith's son farm the ;laee and lifted from their foundations and over- be sold tbeta trioketa for a dollar, with ji turned aud shattered tu pisses dc.Hhe privilege- of i drawing from a pack stroyiug wagons, &c, and damaging age of sealed prise envelope, any en- machinery, nelcpe selected. The envelopes sold lived in tbe boa.se. When the family Tbe barn on Fnvneis 1 MeChirr s readily in almost evtry bonne wbers tbe jawoke tbe bouse was all ia flames, and place, up tbe i ivee; was blown do wi! scaur;; went, for they alt contained a tiey narrowly .escaped with then livs. It contained about 300 bushels f prise, from a dress pattern tn a sewiagiMt. Smith lost about $500 worth of old wheat, ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 July 1874

Tornado 'at ' faristroi fa M'10 -fl ,"verej; "a kU b,Kk ,uewb,t Jest part of the story remain to bemjurcd. FOOltll Of Jllly. !ld. Three live were lost by the "Father" Ulrich was very badly in- . .'Y-Vi falling of the Furnace and three more jured, but was ooo extricated, and :by tba falling of the Bridge, while a' conveyed to his home, where be lies in T T"7" iVfca V AQm number of persons were seriously in- very critical conditiou. , , "T X , , i "jared. , Louis pfletlsticker was instantly . ,i ,x i" -J. The bridge was regarded aa a ub jkilcdf Md bi bod u maigtd in ' -! ;ttiI struoture.baviug been ttaedbyiai be b tnBt it required THREE MEN AND TUO BOYS the Pennsylvania Railroad Co. for ,&nr8 to recover it. He was a German, running of their train between Lewi.-' e on l0 Tetr!lj ,nJ workeJ in Lewil . :T jtown Junction and SnDbery. a. well u 4t .boemakiof. for uie time. Ue- ' ,,nose of the Mifflia nJ Ceufre Co !entIv he has been at hi home near FalloftheEiTer Bridge-Glamor.Br.noh. I...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 July 1874

which will probably be finished bj thejbridges above town when tbe storm ages so ma to begiu worship as usual co end of tbe week, la tbe meantime'struck it with such force as to stop it, next Sabbath. passengers are transported by means of and then lifted the boxes of nineteen j Tbe Presbyterian church suffered a ferry, established by tbe Railroaders off t e tracks, piling a number of i merely, the slate roof on one side be Company. jtkeiu o'i tbe south track and blowing lag euurely torn off and the other side At tbe Furnace tbe work of destine-the rst down an embankment twenty s badly damaged that it will probably tion and death was complete. One of or thirty feet high. The fireman of . bite to be renewed. The iron rod on the large chimney slacks, of er 100 feet the engine, Wni. Kees, of McVey-tcp of the spire was bent over as if it high, gave way before the tornado, and town, bad temporarily exchanged po-had been thin wire, but tbe tower it fell directly across the works, demol-ls...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 July 1874

in ? V, . . . ilt; . - tit If ! . t !iSliIICll B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITCTIOS-THK U5I0X-ASD TBS ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. : MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., JULY 15, 1S74. NO. 2S. , . ii: Poetry. TKAILISO 1IBTTII. BT TBOXAS CAL.TEB. When lulls the bawling northern wind. And reeta ita corse of fiow'ry death; Ita anger soothed to mood more kind. By kisses of the south wind's breath; And ice end now no longer bold The impulse of the yearning earth. Then, on the bed of moss clad mold, The sweet arbutos has its birth. The sylvan shadows darkly frown Upon the modest little plant; The lofty pines with scorn look down. And scarce a ray of light will grant; But yet it opes its tiny star. And heralds the approach of spring, And song-birds gather from afar. The joyful news to sweetly sing. So, humble though may be our lot. And er'ry view with shadows fraught, And sunlight seem to reach as not. And our aspirings seem as naught, We may oplif t the silver s...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 July 1874

lata SENTINEL & REPUBLIC VN I MIFFLIN J OU2. Y-duciday. Jtriy , lJ7i. 1J. V. SUHWEIKU, t.uiTwB jlS recrBieroa. CoiiHttlftee Meeting-. lb.- JHwibiicau Standing CWmtVe of , jUue.ty M KqiMff to meet ! SATURDAY ATGUST is, i7V at 2' o'clock P. ST. fur the traasaCtior. of imporT-int business. JERKMI.VH LYONS, ABRAHAM VOiST. d. K. HEXBERSX, WM. . SHAKO, r. ii.-rLKI.oAN, JAS. W. PEA.N, Couiiiiittecrach. The Political Outlook- The rol.t.c.1 outlook at tb.s time is I dwert u,u as follow by tbe l'itturg ,. . 1 Uttttitf : The snrmtsinsrs aud planuings that 1 are th; ushal besmtiiugs of a political ' canvas.., are now iu lull activity, in sev- . ...,t f s,a,,. From tbe indications thus afforded we .Dot i , n . . . : for an nnustially active csnvxSi this v.-... jt.. ..r... 1 111, lUi Ilje UlTTri'MTUIClIl VI HCW lUril . tor prominent positions. Cor.gressioh- al delegations are to fcc electeif, anJafl ' ... ... infill hr tat-svA miwUp rtt tt t mum. , ..-JM-..w - fe- .-a w v. l.cis decline to be...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 July 1874

II; Sate JIIFFLINTOM'N: Wednesday, afeljr 13. 1S74. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum. . Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents p-r inch f-r eah insertion. Transient business notices in local col Bn)n, 1 .1 cents p-r line tor each insertion. ;v :i j.tio-is be male to th sc desiring to'i i' ert.se by the year, half or quarter PENN'Ai Hi RJTlME TABLE. Pengr trains leave Mifflin Station a follows: rirwin. Philadelphia Express, 12 48 a m. Vtt Line, 1 15 a ni. Pacific Express, 10 01 a ni. Harnbiirfr Accoramo., II 2K a m. Iay Express, 1 -42 p m. Mail, 6 12 p ni. Cincinnati Express, 8 Ml r m. WtTW tK Pittsburg Express, 1 20 a m. Cincinnati Express, 8 11 am. Pacific, (Midi. Way passenger, 10 (14 m. Mail', 3 93 p ni. r't Line, 6 45 p m. llirtlin. Jur.e 21, 1S74. lOC.'L ISTF.LLIGESCE. Joseph Brindle received the contract for putting up the church in Patterson. The late dronghl destroyed most of the yonrg grass in wheat fields, In this county. ! EieHs of wheat in Tucarot-a Valley wer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 July 1874

Yzri cultural. Why Doa'i H Do It. When farmer knows that a gate is better, and as time and labor-saving fixture, cheaper than a set of bars and posts, and without calling on a carpenter he nan biuself make one why don't be do it? When he has no other fitt-teuinga to bis gate and barn doors than a stone rolled apeinbt them, and in a single evening after Miper, is able to make a better one why don't he do it? Or, when he sees the boards dropping from bis bare and out buildings, and, like heaps of rubbih, lying in piles round the premises, and need only nailing on wuy don't he do it ? Or, if he is sfraiJ of the expense of nails, and is always crying npthe maxim of Dr. Franklin," "save the pence, and the pounds will take care of themselves,' and he knows that the same Dr. Frank lin also said that many men are penny wise and pound fooliah, and he does not care to think of the precept con tained in the latter why don't he do it? If he know that a great many of his fields would be greatly ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 July 1874

j. psi j lie ?! B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THH UNION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., JULY 22. 1S74. NO. 29. t i Poet ry . LOVE f LOW ERS. BT r. W. BOCEDIIXON, Oh ! who ww watching when Love came by. When Love came here in the glad spring hours? Use scarf was torn from his laughing eyes. And he wore instead a wreath of flowers. The wreath of flowers his head went round And about his eysa, as the scarf had been; iut is rain the flower; band was bound. For he peeped the flowers and leaves be tweeu. lie wore no quiver, he bore no bow. And innocent looked as a blinded boy; With flowers about him, above, below. The spirit he seemed of spring and Jot. Cut here and there he let fall a flower. The crneL the bright little blinded god; And watrhin;, I saw that botir by hour These blooms took root in the green spring sod. And whoso plucks the flowers that grow From the blooms Love flung from his wreath above. Though...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 July 1874

rz SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN : MIFFL1XTOWX. Wcslnrsda;. Jlj Si, 11 4. b. f. sciiweieii, (IilTlll AID riOI'EIETua. tee .licet ins j ' " act ,e?'s,a,ure ,0 prevent tbc J cial elections, nominating conventions, training of children in dangerous "cir- : or for any corrupt purposes whatsoever I'BIUAP.r ELECTio.v the bYeirEV l"X- i cus theatrical or trapez performances." j incident to an election ; and all judi ltit w men . E ote. j guei, B jjuune ,nj coullun sense aet j cial, state, county and municipal officers In pursuance of a previous ca.l tbe Itepub.iean t ounty t ouitnittee mot at Wi-i's hotel, iu .MifSititoan, ca Sstut- day, July 1$, 1S74. On motion J. K. Robisnn was elect- ed I lia'.rinun, and Juj J. n. 1 honip- son .Secretary vl the U'Uiuiittee pro i em Ou tkit'mg the c'..ir To!. Kobison re ferred in a feeiiug manner to the death ot our late Cbaitnun, Mr. Michael Il( ffman, when on motion G. V. Smith, of Delaware, was c1h.hu Chairman of the ('r.n.inlt tee for the balance of the!...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 July 1874

I ii f i !!'. i : jgENTlXEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN TOWN: WeJiieday. July 21. 18T4. TERMS. Subscription, $!."') per annum. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, It) cent per line for each tasertion. Deductions will be luaie to th e desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. PEKK'A. R. 1LTIME TAELE. Passenger train leave Xtilllin Station as follows: EASTWARD. I hiladelphia Excess, 12 43 s i. Fast Line, I 13 a m. Faeitic Express, 10 01 a ni. llamshnrt; Accoiumo., II "Sam. I ay Express, 1 -12 p m. Mail, 6 12 pm. Cincinnati Express, 8 ill u in. IFIT'IID, Pittsburg Express, 1 111 m. Ciiicir.iati Express, 2 14 a in. 1'aciCe, 5 58 a in. Way Passenger, 10 tM a uu jla:I, 3 33 p tu. Fat Line, 6 4 j p ui. Mifflin, June!, 1874. LCCJL tTELLIGEACE. Altoona and liuntingdoa hare bi'tn done by Tom Collins. Noah Her tiler, Es)., is building himself a flue residence at Port Royal. Mr. Gibson WeiiCer, of Tu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 July 1874

Agricultural. Fowls fob Pboftt. There are eleven prominent varieties of poultry five sitters and six non-fitters. The sitters are the Brahman, Cochins, Dorking Game and Malay ; the non-aittf-rs are the Spanish, Hamburg, Poland, Hondan Creve Cceur and La Flecbe. Some poultry fanciers refer sitters aud others non sitters ; and from these varieties of the two classes every one can select according to their own taste. Hens are as good as pigs to eat all the refuse of the table, even to the bone when cracked to the size of corn. They are fond of potatoes, turnips, cabbage, grass, and any qnality and quantity of meat. A little corn, or buckwheat, therefore, added to the refuse of the table, is jnst the kind of food they re quire. When running at large the biddies pick up gravel stonea, pieces of bones, clam ru oyster shell, old mor tar, and whatever contains lime ; which is essential to the formation of egg shells ; and if confined in a yard they will require that these be furnished to th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 July 1874

s JgliE, , j IIR . 1 Site, B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THI UNION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., JULY 29, 1874. NO. 30. Poetry. TWO. Tiro lovera by a mom-grown spring; They leaned aoft cheeks together there, Mingled the dark and sunny hair, And heard the wooing thrush ea sing. O budding time ! O love's blest prims t Two wedded from the portal stept: The bells made happy carolings. The air was soft as fanning wings, White petals on the pathway slept. O pure eyed bride ! O tender pride ! Two faces o'er a cradle bent: Two hands shore the head were locked; These preened each other while they rocked. Those watched a life that love had sent. O solemn hour ! O hidden power ! Two parents by the evening fire: The red light fell sboot their knees On beads that rose by slow degrees Like buda upon the lily spire. O patient life! O tender strife ! The two still sat together there. The red light shone about their knees...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 July 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. Wednesday. 29, lsts. 15." F. SCH WE IE 11, IHTlll 1KD PKOPIIETOB. Republican County Commit- m - -, 1m Mftf in ir. ! FRfWABT ELECTION the system rs- ' ' "I)ER WHICH WE VOTE. In pursuance of a previous call the P.epuMlcau Ounty Committee mot at j i.i.u ic-i bob Secretary of the Committee pro tem On takinjr the chair Col. Robison re . Uobtsonre- ferred in a tecline manner to the death . , . b-. ... oi our laie tiiaiiuiau, ;ur. :jicuaui Hoffman, when on motion U. W. Smith, of Delaware, was clioseu Chairman of the Committee for the balance of the term. On motion J. H. Thompson was elec ted Secretary of the Committee for tha balance cf the tonn. . On motion it was resolved that the Primary Elections be held on SATURDAY", AUGUST 29, 1S7, and t bat the return judges meet on the following MONDAY, (Aue. Slst) at 2 o'clock P. M., in Gra) bill's Hall, Mifflin town, to eouut the votes for the differ ent candidates. Oil motion it was resolved that the Commit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 July 1874

SENTINEL &' REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN : 1 e-iteftday. Jaly U9. IS14. TERMS. Subscription, $l.5(J per annum. Transient advertisement inserted at 50 cents it inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col inm. 10 cents p-.-r line for each Insertion. Deductions will be mvie to th e desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter yo:r. PENN'A. E. E. TIME TABLE, i Passenger trains leave Miltlin Station as follows: EASTWARD. 1'hiJjJi'Hlii Express 12 48 a in. fast Line, 1 15 a ui. Pacific Express, 10 01 a ni. Itarnsburg Accommo., 11 28 a m. lfciy Express, I 42 p ni. Mail, 6 12 p in. Cincinnati Express, 8 60 p m. WESTWARD. Pittsburg Express, 1 20 a ra. Cii.-cinnaii Express, 2 U am. Facinc, 5 i8 a m. AT ay Passenger, 10 04 a m. . Mail, 3 S3 p m. Kat Line, 6 45 p ni. Nii!!in, June 21, 1874. LvC.iL IXTELLIGE.CE. Fie-uics w ere numerous last week. The Park is becoming m m and more at tractive. Mitfin county has a living four-legged c'sicken. The Alleutania Insurance Comx'a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 July 1874

if is ' i i . 1 i Agricu tural. AOBICTLTUBAIi EXPERIENCE. Dr. E. M. Pendleton, Proftorof Agriculture in the Georgia Agricultural College, in ft reoent elaborate report concerning the results of experimental farming, epito mizes some valuable information as follows: That the application of soluble manures in a liquid form is better and more efficient than when applied in the drrstM. That lime will pay on soils abounding in organio matter ; on other soils its application is of doubtful utility. That subsoils do not germinate seeds, or grow plants, like surface soils. That earl planted cotton will not produce as much as that planted later, when the ground becomes warm, and the plant is not retarded, bat grows off rigorously and Healthy. That snbsoiling cotton lands will pay for the extra labor on clay soils. That one stalk in the hill will produce more cotton than two or more stalks. That topping cotton is rather a detri ment than an advantage to the crop. That cotton planted in narrow...

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