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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 December 1880

A--. .';! i t :rir The raai-f;laelal History or the Peninsula of itaMton. The geological hiflor of the site ol Boston, Mas., aince the glaoWl epoch, is describe J as follow by Trofersor Shaler, In the history of the city called out by the 25 cb anniversary of its set tlement. After the ice had lain for an uuknown period over this region, vliniatal changes caused it to shrink away slowly, and by stages, until it disappeared altogether. As It disap peared it left a very deep mass ol waste, which was distributed in an ir regular way over the surface, at some places much deeper than at others. At many poiuts this depth exceeded 100 feet. As the surface of the land lay over 100 feet below the pre. en level iu the district of Massachusetts Bay when the sea began to leave the shore, the sea had free access to this incoher ent niass of debris, and begau rapidly U wash it away. We can still see a part of this work of destruction of the glacial beds iu the marine erosion going on about the is...

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. — 22 December 1880

r, ill 1 1 I .111111 B. F. SCHWEIER, THE C0IST1TUTI0JT THE TIE10I AID THE EJTOBOEMEBT OP THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXIV. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1SS0. NO. 52. ISDEPESDfSCE. Ye depend on one knottier For each comfort ye enjoy ; H ere is naught the heart can foster That the heart may not destroy. To every mind tbt ponders. To every he ait that feela, Tbere is not a day bat something Ihn hidJen trnth reveals ; Thus, tbns throughout creation. The links of life had birth ; Ye speak of indc pendente. There is no such tiling on earth. The seed of friendship blooms not No laf can it mpait I'ntil it rinds a we come In some congenial heart. The Iifibt of lore can warm not Till found some kimlred shrine. And then its springs im mortal. Ac J shows itaelf divine. Thus, thus throughout creation. The ln.ks of life l.ad birth . Ye epeak e.f independence. There is no such thing on earth. The Buried Secret. Old Jasper Flint had leen stricken with para...

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. — 22 December 1880

JENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN TOWN". Wednesday, Dercmb'r 22, ISWO B. F. SCHWEIER, eitob sd rsorsirros. Colons! A.Wilson XorriV majority for the State Fenate is 4495. Senator B'aine proposes to reduce the postage on letter to 2 cents Cbnreb fairs iu Philadelphia have baoi-hd the Wheel of Fortune. General Grunt was the guest of General Ueale at Washington last week. Tbe Europeans favor the Panama canal route, while Americans favor the Nicaragua route. m m A I 'onpresstnan says that, if the fu ture pensions cost in proportion to whit is now hoinc paid, that it will take $243,000,000. William 13. Wood of Georgia ha Leon nominated by President llavs for a p!ee n the Supreme Heucb, Woods is an Ohio man. Mr Thompson withdraws from Pres ident Hayes cabinet to accept a $l!5, 000 office in the canii scheme across the isthmus of Panama. Wade Hampton's preacher wanted to know about the challenge to Shermin. The answer is that he only stated where an answer couid find him. right was not thou...

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. — 22 December 1880

Vt .SU'TINEL&KEPUIJLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, Detcnib'r 2, liO TERMS. Subscription, $1J0 per annum if paid nitbin 12 mouths ; $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cents per ineh lor each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line (or each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or Quarter rear. STATE ITC'IS. An eagle that measured six foci four inches irom tip to "tip was 6hot recently in Fultou county. Land on the Columbia pifce, near Lancaster, sold few days ago at foOC and $:JG0 per acre. At tbe February election the people of Xoriistown shall decide whether that place shall be made a city. llesidcutg of tbe county seat of Suli van dou't have to g3 far for deer. A Laporte man shot a Eue buck from bis window tbe other day. Lewis Cooper, of Vork county, Pa., crushed to death last week by a tire falling on hint. Charley lloss' father savs be has examined over thr...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 December 1880

A Kevenreful Owl. A remarkable Instance of intelligence shown by an owl In conceiving and curving out a prelect of vengeance on a farm laborer who bad destroyed w hole family of young-ones before they bad gained the requisite strength to take wing, I related by a French pro ScW journal, owl bad bunt 1U lest in an old oat tree which grew uer a farm In the commune of Beau vry. Its mate bad laid during the mouth ol July several eggs, which in due time developed into a promising progeny of young birds. A farm labor er, moved by a sentiment of aversion for owls, which is common in country parts, determined a few days ago to cut short the lives of the young ones, aud. choosing a favorable opportunity put bis project into execution. The iiaatit owl were taken away from the maternal nest and massacred, but by w hat followed it will be seen the par eut birds did not allow their tragical fate to remain unavenged. On several evenings succewding that during which the nest tad been plundered, th...

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. — 5 January 1881

SY ft? ft B. F. SCHWEIER, THE COHSTimnOI TEE TJnO J AID THE 7t Of ZS2 LAV3. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXV. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENN A., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1881. NO. 1. (fill IffilH I ' Mil aX Ay jo www WW J B AKED BKAXS. bow m heart sigh for my own native i.fi.i Where loatoea, m wu Where cbeer and good welcome are always at ban. AudctUii and pumpkin pie, amok, in a row, U hf.ru pud ling Ui, visas of hnnger aerene .hit m rur aerer, in pot u dun lean. Ut Maryland bo"' f her daintie profane, tier large termeioa esntalonps tine, H.r tu tie id oysler, and terrapin stew. lui toll crab. hi.h-eted With braaJy and wine; Ah ! neither mj heart from my native lau w.ana. When smokes on the table the pot of baked b.na. lbe tot cf baked bean ! with what pleasure I caw it, WeU .soned. weU ported, by soma rosy faced dame; A ad wntn fiom tt glowing hot oven ahe'd draw it. Well enrped and well browned to the table it came. OU give me my country, the land of my teens. Of tie dark Indian ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 January 1881

aai r' : ;''.t IESTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. irednewday, January li. F. SCHWEIEIt, kditob A!t rinpmrroi. The population of this country, by the Ufa census, i o0,l 52,559. FbUa delpbia bas population of 846,934; Nt w York, 1,200,590 ; Pittsburg, 153, 881 ; AlU-eheuy, 58.CSI ; Readiug, 43.2S0 ; Ilanisbnrg, 30,852. TH Wa.LingWo -e.ther bureau prises th.eo.otr, by tc.l.nj ; lb. the three stortus of the present ol the preseni winter came from the Gulf of Mexico. The avenge mao and woman believed that the cold storms came from the north. The cold weather set dreadfully hard oo the 30,000 people wLo are out of f nilnw bia. Private aniens of asbiogtou - r II' l . came to their rescue by raising fundi voluntarily, to tide tbem through the severe weather. e are to receipt ot Governor Hoyt's message to the le gislature, but it came north of here. This, added to the at men a laie tour that nothing more njJy discovery, confession and thao a brief ineotioa of it content lynching by the I...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 January 1881

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN; . Wednesday, January 5. 1SS1. TERMS. snhscriition, $1.50 per annum if Tjaid Wiihia 12 months j $2.00 if not paid within 12 month. Transient adrerrisementa inserted t 60 cenu per inch f" cn insertion; j"rnMent business notices tn local col umn, 19 cents per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be mad"- to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter rear. What a Citizen of Juniata County THINKS OF LIFE LNSUBANCE. Ma- Post Rotal, Pa., Dec 21, 1S80. EniToa : Dear Sir, After reading ronr statements of the actions of certain li.. a kA iuij . .f : i scents oceratine in this Countv. I ; " B ' "" . . , ! the clot should expire, and yon will ' Cl: -. .i... ..,: o n ;t i these lovers of hamani'y the sum of ne to rite on that stiMect, as this tidal i - OBe . . . ,,: .. , .u- ! time $15,000, or $210,000. But if theel this 5 years at- die under, therefore, this table of expectations used by the New York Mutual it certainly correct. S oppose ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 January 1881

BiBXtJon Abaat Dairy!. ' Pasture alooe has an immense lnfla- enm over the butter. Ant manuring that serves to promote a rank, aucco- leot growth, which, while it may in crease the quantity of milk, contains larre ner cent, of water. U not benefl elal for the making of batter, reducing at the aame time the strength ana nesn at the cowl in the herd. Since it has been asserted that the Jersey cow is the one that yields the Eosi in quantity, quality and color butter, the food that is beat relished ot Ibj her must be supplied. Grass and hay are the staples. These grow with little labor in the cultivation. Sowed corn, or corn-fodder, either dry or creen. helps fill In. The first may be given with great benefit when the pastures tiv heroine reduced in yield. Winter riainrinir U more Drofi table than sum nier, but attended with more care and l.hnr A iron of roots, either beets carrots, should be raised for winter use. Turnips are not good nnless fed mi a nroner time: that is. just after mil...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 12 January 1881

r-...t-- . v & At THE OOISTITUTIOI-THE UHTOS-AHD TEE E3TOBOIIIT OP THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 12, 1881. NO. 2. VOL. XXXV. .ISCHWEIEB. ROUGH! rVnin" boliow coogb- . ;lT!X.tUn8h enough!" j bt'.M ""' ' ueali th M "- though." M id , ,Htm.k"doa8,l! ' , - olJ friend throuKb, urtDl lie- - j .totem0"00" Caught. -n tai ""se tlnies In tbe s in the imKI 1 ""7, . , i. .hi a- bail 10 lu " ' " . .i.r lhsvior wait not nt iu ; . . ira.. " .,... I i F,sini i!n obefirls living in town, had given . . .mi a dozen or more of 2n!irti. lud'un incited, nd the in- i. n ubn :tuu 10 ine "--"J- Afl 1 lime ueis. tlie f.rJ ioj.cuK.1. v1(e'!irLt wa comm?. and if the & iuut i toiJ. there but one sunny miong tlie group, uc"fe bad. ... , 1 ;e 1 cidie to stand between you and i-t"i; rstii'iial enjoy nient, I shall VlU"id 10 request "Wall ,0 retura ' L" . n T lull --vll tmlcr thai 1 aw not only responsible ur ILl'K anil cuiin.i:uis lur jmu iu lh atr...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 12 January 1881

IENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFMXTOWX. Wednesday, Jancarr 12. ISS1. B. F. SO II WE I ER, inrrot axd peorancroa. The Legislature a:l;ourneJ on tLe 5-Ji, till to-Jay, the 12th. . Ovra 7JK)0 tai'es of new railroad Ira k was laid in the United States in 1S30. The State Senate appointed en aJ- tliti'.-nal co;r.:uiiu cuinmitlee on Insurance. Tue E'l'lish povernruent in pr p'oxeJ to tnow wiiiit to Ho v.ith the Iiisli i 0;ik-. The Jewi.di p(sojIe in the United States number about twenty-five thou Kan.l. twelve thousand of which are in rerjn-.vlv.mia. The Oiiio L. :-gis!ulure has ised au a. t that i.i to pro'niliit the selling of pools, at races, of nnj and ail kinds b 'luceii Man find boast. Beecheiihm is on a loo:n. The pews in the reverend gentleman s church rei.td fur Jjl.fcn.S more tnan lust year. J12,3:W. The sum total for pews is l)a. Salvatoh Vin-i savs that be '-nl.i.iilr !. inna'ralp. bv the most positive and incontestable evi dence, that the essence of heat, of light, of electricit...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 12 January 1881

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, JanaarfU, 1SSL. TERMS. Subscription, per annum if paid rilhin 12 monihs; $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cent per iuch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line tor each insertion. Deductions will be mailt to those desiring to advertise by tiio year, half or quarter vcar. EEGISTEEOF SALES, The rate of fifty cents for four insertions, or lor less tiian four insertions, will be charged tor all sale registered in this col umn, aud 124 cent per time for each sub sequent insertion. When bills lor sales are psixrun is tuis orncE, or the same are aovertissd is this parra no tliarpe will be made for iacinjc ttieiu lu ifns icfrister. It is important that persons having sales of personal property or reid estate should have tliein promptly registered in this col iinin. to retain the dav for thernselvi-s ex clusively in their neighborhood, and thai no misunders...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 12 January 1881

f5 -VT-' a I . I 1 1 II llll ( 1 A ! -' t; -r ' - f3 fp . 1$ t-'i S t i u Klny, Qoeeo, Jrkt Xot many French card were ever sold In the American markets, com paratively speaking, slthouzb. these manufacture were exceedingly line a linen card, thia, strong, and delicate, and nice to handle. The great bulk of Imported cards were trom English manufactures, as they are to-day. The English cards excel In their beauty of finish, geometrical designs for their backs being ornamented with fine colors and gilding to an extent never attempted with the A nerican article. 'Ibis elegance of ornamentation seems to have always been a specialty with the Enclish makers, and alone, or in connection with the heavy duties, ap pear to warrant the price asked for ihcin about double that of American card., the latwr being even a better article. But, as has been hinted, of late years ertat progress has been made in the ui&nuiacture of playing cards In this country, untli at present to belter gvooa can be...

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. — 19 January 1881

Ipfjj) ft fir i j IS MIC ill ! SCHWEIER, THE OOHSTITUTIOI-THE U3n05-AID THE E5P020EKEHT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXV. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 19, 1SS1. NO. 3. CUB L0KG1KG3. Soot-thing beyond-Sonttthinzbe-bw is T,gUe- ,,lir 3t Bat . .- to ravn .t . tni onr bi K ' ontttrete -ed r via; k;-v PmP!'e to l jt e?oms to onr expectation Xt vutn Sonu-thing. o veiled from . ! 1 CUT ob . b M ocr cry of bl ud d:pleaure "a-iwi Ujut GjJ wUl crd,"n " "U 1 ,t ! ar'fr, bkt Jer, the painful wisdom -or obm '' f,er "'T Je) , M the ionc-- Something in onr E'P. S faatJ "d 10' ,midst 0Ur bllter t"' wUn find onr idol shattered. Or our eaera-hel Lope u a thing of mir ; l30l uut; ears bave been spent in long- Fcr 'JonKth Di unworthy of love or care. Ma a. the boar hen the heart is riven Ihta a tte h"119 wIien the bhntf"' fa'J ; ttow rial whit we have lOTed is wortMes; ut. tint h cr'"1 P"" of u ! A Church Mouse. 'I uiLSt trut to your instinct, '"muttered e 'rafel...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 19 January 1881

JEJiTim & REPUBLICAN .MIFFLISTOWX. Tea)nuIiay, January 19. I SSL. F. SCII WE I EH, iDfTOI AID rSOFBIITOB. Kesatoh Blaise will be Grarfifclil's Scretiiry of State So it u report ed from W iitLiEVu. The FcDiiiua anJ Linh Land Leaders are ke-pi:iff up a furious ajit-iticn a-uong the Diitish. Aix civic an.l military associations Lave beaa invited to attend the in auguration cf I'resiJint Cirfiel.l. Okxekai. Gbast lias a-i'ted the presidency of the World's Fair Com mis.i'.n. Tiie laL' U to ba be.d in New Yik. People of to-iluy, in the United States want about four times as many luxuries as t!u ir mothers and fathers wail ted when the-J were in thtir prime. M The House Committee have agreed on a 3 per ont re-fun'linir bond as just tha bond to take tha phu of the 5 ana l r cent, maturing ooiiga tions of the United States. As exchange that is ariiainted with X"W Jersey affairs, says: "All railroad com&ci(.-s doing business in that State are compelled to famish members of the L:-gila...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 19 January 1881

i I M i f ! N I till. T- i i. ! a . ; r ' ll il i it I at ii' :f,l Col- rrti'-n. iju.irlT 1 r . .1 s ii.i . iTJjO 1.- til ll.OM REGISTER OF SALES, The of Erti 0"iit tor four insertions, r .-r iess th.ni lutir ins.Ttious, will be .; l.i'f. 1 I t all s.ii.'s registered lit this col :;.i. , aii i 1-J ciii'.s per liiiic IT ".it'll suli n , .i i i'lsiriini). V. :.. n Lni tor sales arc imvTin is Tills i .; n I , it the s mi - are am mi iseo IX Tin j J.IIIU.ll J I! i-.ns no marsr m ..'-. i hm chtir. h in town. J ii'Iiy tlie'll !U tills lelster. Jt is in iitjnl lli.it p-.-rsoiis hum,; sales j Hit- yoiinjr ladies love to slide down liil' ! i-'iui j roperty or real oute l'""i , as well a the yming men. .aw ::u in proiuj t!v ni istcie I iii tins col j mi;!,, f, retain thcdty for tlictiiscivcs ex- j Th irc-ijht this winter has been cnusual--r,.-'-e;v iii their in i 'l.borliootl, an i thai no i lv heavy oil the railioad. ;i.i-;::!'ii-rta:iiiiiip may arise anions buyers I., the turn- ot sale. M H...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 19 January 1881

ii miui fin lbn I'liatituui li.liuuni ir. A hitler In cw Ntutli Wales nit uiiiidiig from lil f-nu. His convict overseer gave out that lie lii'l gone off privately to fcnglBiid, and It ft the pro perty In Ins '.-are. 'Jul was thought t-iiranrditiiry, a the, settler was nut In dilli -tj J t It , and w a a s'.ej ly, pru df'rit mm ; but tin; IT 1 1 r was alurtst Intention, w lion, uuu rtiMinlay night, - i 1 1 r was re i in ii In i; wild h'a hoie and tart ftoiii miiket. 1'iiHT l .ting al a p ill of tin. mid near t lie Ihiii of lil- '-!( ! in i!il"ir,'ie thought he fn m li ini iil ' ina; m tlit! I. m e Im- iiii liMiljr larui'i pulled up mid (Hi ' I li i 1 1 1' irl, H ml I e' ei vi tig Im ii- !, at'll I. it III III'' (Jill Nl I wenl to il a' . I iii- l,-: II - ii' igiimir lie I I 'i'il ( hi I I" I"- ijiitted the l'ii'- ami 1 1 . I tli'- In H (i'wm.1 a poo I In (!" l i " i'.'i 1. 1 his li hup, III' ll It Ws- " "-' I I'l- I'M I lll-l'tlnf. (, i. Ui i.,.( 1 1 in" in!" I lii init end ..M. .l,n...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 January 1881

4? sV jj. F. SCHWEIER, the co JSTmrnoi-THi innos-iiD the EsroBciifDrr op the lavs. ZMitor and Proprieror. OL. XXXV. MIFFLINTOWX, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1SS1. NO. 4. J. '.It EWTS OF TEI EOSIS. ji., ,,-nvee are fadmx "4 falling, iiu axe ruob uA mi. 1 Lt itri tixve oaM-4 their calling, 1' A let tut tell yun my child : X- T.i.b day by diT. u it cjoeea, darker and colder prow, rooia of lb tripbt rel rosea V. JJ aeep "live iu lh amw. Ai.d a lu u lh winter is oc Tin- lxmfaa will re ill j asi cme tack to tin c.OTr. Tut ewa'.iow bsck to the eeree ; Ti.e r-Aiia will wer on his bosom 1 he vte: that is bright ud new, Atii the hvel.e-t wmyeide bloesoni WiJ same with euu ud dew. bo wl en aome dear Joj loaea, I: beauteore (maimer glow, ll.a.k how tbe roota of the rosea Are kei a.ir in the auw. Frcm the Dead. ( in' i;v Frank came home, with a look 1 iriun ph. "I have 'a perfect treasure i ,r vi u,'' lie said, in the wa of a nurse, (ii rnid Tciuple is going to take his famJy ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 January 1881

,. . . . - . jmuHji mm lUrilXawtiii ,infnil',Ui-.i;hi-,.-M.ifi..-l.i.i..-l.l ".rta.irm . I i ....... V-t. i mum, t "'" t - ,..--- Hi' i r ' " n MMiMMmjyjj n I i .1 ( JENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWX. Wedneaday, January 36. 1S1. B. F. SCIMVEIER, rnrroa abb raopairroa. Thk ieople of t'uis State bv a large majority last fall, iuilk-atetl their de fire for the election of a United StaUs Seuttor. Therefore, iT the l)cniJcraU in the Legislature sLouM tum in and vole for a Republican for that offi., they would not be doing more than the'niajoritv of the jteople did at the November election. They T.-ould be endorsing the vote of the majority of the people of the Com mon wealth. Ix the 6wefpin' R"pab'.iran xirtorj lant Xavetuber tlie Krtjmliiiran party in this Stite elected a majority of the members of the LegitiMture. and that injures the election of a United, States Senator. The Democracy lost the prize in a fair contest lefore the people, and of court do not expect that the Legislatu...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 January 1881

AKNTIXEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: tTedneadaj, January 2tt. ISSi. TERMS. nbcr!ption, $1.60 per annum if paid within 12 months; $2.00 if Dot paid witbia 12 month. . Transient a-'vertisements inserted at 60 cents T inch for ech insertion; Transient business notice in lota! col umn, 10 cents per lino tor each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter Tear. EEGISTEROF SALES. The rate of fifty cents for four insertions, or lor lew than four insertions, will be charged for all sales registered in this col umn, and 1- cents per lime (or each sub sequent insertion. When bills lor sales are misted is tiiis irricK, or the same are adtebtiskd I tun FArra DO Charge will be made for placing them in ibis register. It i important that jx-rsons having sales of personal property or real estate should have tlietu promptly rcgisteied in this col umn, to retain the day lor themselves ex clusively in their neighborhood, and that no misunderstandin...

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