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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 January 1881

Mifvnj,r ,y,yBi' TP? nlliiiWHmiliyi mmMmm 1 1 ia lasl IfwrtH" f 1 1 1 ill ie)tg- to WMlBiBtCiaH isaSaiai f J IT- f.V F t I f . - I- I?,! N '.1 J; iil 1 t:' c - A Crarlal Teat. The other day old Mr. PuDglenp, of Nob Hi)!, California, wu commenting on tbe railroad velocity with which young ladies ibber to each other whenever they meet, without either in the least understanding or replj ing to what the other says. "It's just a clean falsehood gotten up by you good-for-nothing-men !" said the vuunpest Punpleup girL indignantly. "All light," said her father, bemgnant ly; we'll try an experiment. I see your friend, Miss Uluckerson, coming up the street. .Sow, I'll wscer that new walking suit you want so much that you can say, "roast tuikey and cranberry sauce in re-siK.-iiae to the first half-dozen remarks she u.akt-8 without her noticing the fact." I never heard of anything so perfectly absurd," replied Miss V ; "however, I mieht as well have that suit it's just too lovely fur anything s...

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. — 2 February 1881

4 o 5 T B- F- SCHWEIER, THE OONSTITUTIOS-THE UITKHf AID THE E5T0E0IMEHT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXY MIFFLINTOWN, JUXIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2; 1SS1. NO. 5. "lraXv ' - fiU OflWl AT AW ft EVERY SAT. Tmeii draaing Dearer, nearer, V. bile our bead are turning grey , Tears are falling on life's mirror Eveiy day ! Time U closing Beauty's portals. Flowers are blooming to decay ; Fate is delving graves (or mortals Every day ! While oar p'easnre boat is rolling 0er life's eventful spray, Fupvral tells are tolling, toiling. Every day ! WbTe tbe lanrrl wreath is shading O'er the fame-lit brow of clay. Sad we see the arlat.d fading Every day ! Love, then take your promised treasures, ( ame is dazzling to betray ; Life is fad.ng with its pleasures. Every day ! lleLCe while a'.l things are declaring Death a seeker for its prey ; Let us be ourselves pre puing Every iiy ! The Gambler's End. Beyond the balsam thicket the gambler made bis stand. Carson, the detectiv...

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. — 2 February 1881

J atwkr' riMin p , . lESTim & REPUBLICAN MIFFL1NT0VVN. Wednesday, February 2, ISS1. Ii. F. SCIIWEIEK, inrroa akd rioptiiTOB. Guatemala says the Jesuits mast go. The United .States Senatorial ques tion presents no chince. Fexiaxibji and the Lririh Lea-niers scare the English. Land It is reported that Sitting Bull Las arrendered to Canadian authority. A PArrxa vein of stone coal under lies the State of Kansas at the depth of 700 feet. The RJIefonte, Center county, car rvorks, that have leen idle a long time, are to be put in operation. Farmers in California are trying to organize, bo tbat they ma wrevent the too frequent plut of the grain- market. . , ulboadiv, in Mexu'O is lootumsT . . up as the place ior contractors, and for men wuo project raiiioad enter prises. v Tar I-.A-st itin "f news relative to . -iiiarlny Jims is. ';:it he is in the wooda of Ontario, Ccnado, among the Tuscarora Iinlians. Tbe Knights of Labor liave been indicted by the rrund jury of Scm- eset county for n...

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. — 2 February 1881

mm SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN J OW N : Wednesday, February 2, 141. TERMS. Subscription, $1.60 per annum if paid w!:hin 12 mootiis; $2.00 if not paid within 12 month. Transient advertisement inserted at 60 cents per inch ftr each insertion. Transient business notices tn local col bmn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the fear, half or quarter Tear. REGISTER OF SALES. The rate ol fifty cents Tor four insertion", or tor less than four insertions, will be charged for all sales registered in this col umn, and 1-4 cents per time lor each sub sequent insertion. When bills lor sales are raiSTin t ran orricc, or the a tine are adtirtiskd is this Papek no Charge will be made lor placing theiu id tins icgiter. It i important tbat persons having sales or personal property or real estate should have them promptly rcgUteied in this col omn, to retain the day tor themselves ex clusively in th-ir neighborhood, and that no mif-uii...

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. — 2 February 1881

T 3 IrfcUlStls Alii .mil lor xl. -it -go jited je burt appears to jaiaerai wealth A-aluri'of Slexico ,jmiiri(.iis and is trav Grande river throughout 4u from Dorth to south. Al as of metals are found here and Jiy precious stouts, but the tur m was obtained only in one mine or oup of mines. The workings, however, eere very productive, but something over two hundred years ago a sudden inundation broke in upon the unfortunate Indians en gaged in the extensive subterranean gal ie.ies and drowned a hundrid of them. So overwhclmiue was the catastrophe that the whole enterjuise was abandoned, and evtr fcince about the time of the tire of London none of the beautiful light-blue stones, small specimens of which are so popular with ladies lor "engaged" rings, have been derived from America. The genuine tur quoise is described by chemists" as a phos phate of alumina, hut there is a mineral product found in Ijtnguedoc easily mis taken for the stone, but said to be rvallv nothing but a bone cove...

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. — 9 February 1881

v- T. 5 ' 0 XvSY SCHWEIER. B.F. THE OOVSTITUTIOS THE 115101110 TEE EXTOBOEMZHT OF TEE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXV. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1S81. NO. 6. v - -. -...cat- ... fS5 1KC nAVsVAiAV HAY 111 AVfnv.TY, ln r IlillilMNI yilillill 1 i 1 i AWAKE. Auil.fts hi.-t.wlr laJ; Open tour ejrt. hj t . Tje uu isouttf bed. Tl,enioonir5'tim1'1' Sbed.ro not the .nil. ,Vth.U.-bbo!tb. stats must go, Tbe-ang-t"PintLm0r,"UE- Ti.e worM in J1 -'i-1't-Er.rTtreei- tullol glee. EvtiT How-Ma bn,ht; KrcrrbirJ is smsm? wtliome to hi King. You glorify e0-tl"inB." Iho.unfet up m the morning. Amino must cbiliren, too ; How du-e yen keep fast .p. The ic.n is calling you ! M.J !' tne b:rJ? llk'890ma Vour merry voices r ss u i Hurrah I How g! J we are We Lave got suu to praise ! A Fiery Steed. For once May gave promise of being a Uv worthy of the many beautiful songs w hicU have been sung in her praise. She cine daucinc along alter her sister April who had just lef...

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. — 9 February 1881

iiinin liiliaiisiimilrl :j ,. t I - "I JESTIXEL & HEPUBLICAIi MIFFIJNTO'VN. ffedaedar, February 9. I SSI. B. F. SCIIWKIER, (DITOB ASD PIOPBIETOB. To dat (WeJuewlay) tbe electoral rote will be cot'sicd in Congress. Getccal Cam ebon is on a ionr tLrougli iiie Sontli. Tee Irish pre piann ijr St Pat rick's lcy ia tba inoruhj ; it cornea ob tht Inn of March. The thermompun: registered 40 de grees below zero in Oil City, IV, on tLe night of the 1st iiist Ths rvie;tion rf the United State Kenatorhhip uti.) remains uiiJettT laiiied by the Legislature. m m m The object of a eaucns is to ar range an ol d; r of busiiK-ss ; but if it result iu disordering business, how much ia the cadcns worth ? It is reported that Mrs. Garfield has said that wheu she pets to the "White House, the will keep a plain house, uucU us lcrit;fc8 a Republican President . Mast of the Taileys in California were flooded last week. Houses, buns, rattle and people were swept away. Many of the ixpJe that were swept away...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 February 1881

- 3 ( r"D7 . - . .A D """" "terhs. K.-r;i"or $!-5n nncm ,l P&:J Jkll lU' 'iW !f 001 " W,t"'" J2nou?" usemtuia inserted at W ceflts t.t men v" . i ' h,.im: nct'.ces in focu coi- Tt MfflU. line "lor each insertion. IV ecus - - . J.:,:-, ;!1 PC IliH': r to rear. "SOISTEE OF SALES. TM rate o! y for ttr Insertions. , l tiar !" ii-s-rtious. will ba f ,or .K ,.-rrerc-4 in this col- rturl'si " t l-5 I :its per liice tor cJch sub- aeqwi! iM.rtin. u'hfi li:!-r 7 ; V- .... oriKt, -c . H, mi.de ,or j iVkl UV - " havinz sale S i ir portam -- Mvtbemp--np!:yref:etea in -as 21 to lor '-"-ves clcstvcly tu'ir r.e.j. c!ClilKrhoot. and that no , nmv srise amoiiz buyers un.g ol a!e. t .if(- r'irhes l-lir- Th.' SfsNsfl .. --- iiaresed in no oilier ,ytceavet;entiy anu SALE OF PERSONAL PKPERTV. Feh IS 11- Nicholas Lkt s. at .. xt of rerie:ire in Tuscsrora town ,! i west of McCovsviile i b.iros. " :i,nfe:. clt, 4c..ws bull. lM he ,d rre rattle. s'..vp. I..s, clocK.-ns, farm L'utMi, a-l household f..n..t...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 February 1881

tajany,y..iH.pi jiitMrilJfiftilimititiiMtrtiiiianfiwrtnni'rtMt'hwmttrtaf' n :TT- A - - y - i . . . - ;f .: 5s : -1 m c ; K': i t, 4 i .- t: : I :' t' ' r r I t I e t -. k- -.. I-;-? i I ' fi".'- Bow OUcioth Carpets There ia a Ureeloilcloth manufactory In Salem, Xew Jersey. All the burlap on and of which oilcloth la made,' is manufactured In Dundee, Scotland. It H made from an India jfrass. It U zed firit, when It laeady lor paint ing. Ins not, painted with brushes. but with a knife, a jrreat lenjt Kniie, The end of the burlaps ia passed under the "blade. When paint is ladled on the burlaps by the gallon, machinery take hold oJ It and draws it between a roller and the knife, and the blade scrapes off all the superfluous paint as It passes through. N'o brush could lay the color on eo evenly. They paint sixty yards of burlaps in a minute. Then when it is dry, it is sand-papered by machinery and other coats of paint go on. From four to nine coats of paint are nut on, according to the qu...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 February 1881

TEE OOIST1TUT10I THE USIOI AID TEE EHTOEOE1CEHT OP TEE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXY. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1881. NO. 7. at roan. .., iifehaacr eaedth-lin.. Tuald.rauiW niht. 0n. after one, dinJin! fcours. j:c.1Ulj,u!erdry' Hash of morn the .unset c m, Bujwty w.th a u ch.m OoeijI't' e summer fi; Ids. Not vet 4:11 or .11 tboir ereei.; Uewerly.a'ens the Mils. fUffl i be first ULU of frosty e!ien. it- wia: rnt ,tl;ere cIonl f :toim Made t:tle-gd of this my life! auere .wMMtrfud. tLe nigut anJ day w,se round mo their September eirJe. I bow me to tie threat-mug gale; Ikno alien that i overpast Amoce the peaceful dave. At, Indun summer comes at lust. A Eackwoods Elopemenl. 'There ain't nothing he-re but the woods, 'n the river, 'n a few shiftless neighbors, but if you ken stand it, we should like to hare you stay," remarked Mrs. Savage, vben Marianne and I proposed spending . mr.nth or so si her hospitable mansion. A winter's trip into the p...

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 February 1881

aiatasa ;;! -'-ti -. J J t ' - f:Y; '- -- f -i i 11 1. 'i Va l '.! m It-.! i I ) ' 1 .I'M S i i - - -- - : . . - JExNTim & REPUBLICAN MlfFLlNTOWN. WedBMdRT, February 15, 11 B. F. SCllWEIER, kbITOK AXD riOPKlKTUK. Thi Irish agitators ar fleeing from their country. TLe most of them will coiue to the United States. The UiiiteJ States Senate con arm h1 the Himiiiiui:oa of John F. Hart ranft as Collector of Customs at l'lulaJolpUU. The attouivt has been made by a prand jury of New Cattle county, Delaware, to imlict Co!onjl Robert Ingereoll for blasphemy. The French Beeiu disponed to push thrir ncheiue r the construction of a canal across the Isthmus of Pana ma. Let the Riot Act be read to the j olite people. No, not the Riot Act, but the Monroe Doctrine. Mb. Wm. Ashmzad, of Philadelphia, lecaine private secretary to the Kn Iih Baroness, Durdett Conts, in Eng land. A few days ago they were mar ried. She did not change her name, but he changed his name It is Raid that las t yeur she se...

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 February 1881

ii ; 1 TrrTTvi own : ..T.rer-ry re"-- TERMS. . . . l.fiO ier annum if paid Subscription,! wU1)in 12 months-. .,,rtncn"w inserted at 60 n ,Kfr each insertion. Tranwrtl busing mn, '0 1" made U those desiring year. BGISTER0F SALES. rate of Bit)' cent for Tour insert on, than '"" ins'r,,,,,,' W Faisal" registered in this ctl- n, ihC nam- ' "" IS THIS , , P ?L important that persons having sales VuJ regi-.e.ed in .bis col i., Snllwl- (or themselves ei SXTn neighborhood, .nd thai no f01 r ... amniir lllllTl " Keller bv using this Kegister. ,,,! and Republican reaches pur T.he " L ;n he addressed in no other t,soconuiently and satisfactorily. SALE OF PERSONAL PRorERTi. t . v.jjrs. L'dis Hoffman, one-half ' Kat (4 Oakland Mills will sell one wv. one siae " - hn entire swes FA 23. lrL-Edward M Kelly, jer- i r.rt At 1114 itiacr i rvBiuciitc in fSbm, 3 mile. sOutUwcst cf Pat- Jld.erd wansu.f, t40" . . I r,h.4 18M.Josep& Brtok Personal ' ' . . i . : I .. -H 1 priricrty. at his piace ui resi...

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. — 16 February 1881

aamam-amm . 1 Momenta of Terror. "Cantain. you have led a bogy lift hare seen much service both at sea and on shore. We want to call on your ex perience to settle a point of dispute be tween us." "At your service, gentlemen." 'You are doubtless acquainted with the Orkney Islands, where the wild fowls breed in the clifta of the rocks. The fishermen fasten a stick at the end of a long rope, which Is well se cured to the brow of tlie cllns, ana then placing one of their number as tride the stick, he is lowered down the precipice In search of the game, ion have most likely heard the account of the man who in striking at the birds with an iron-plated boat staff, as they flew from their holes, cut two of the strands of the rope that suspended him between heaven and earth." "Below him was certain death above him a terrific wall of rock that seemed to reach the sky. He gave the signal for hauling np by striking the repe twice with bis staff. Never aid bis comrades pull the line so lazily. S...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 February 1881

mW fit 1 schweier. THE 00B8T1TUTI0I THE TT5I0I AID TEE UTOSOEIIEIT OF TEE LAVS. B.F. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXV MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1881. NO. S. UTE FOR SOIOTHO. ijbor m tt sweetest J 'J- foldei ban-fa rwery' gellUh heart. areo. r ..forth bam ! aU- .cut. te.UKD, while you?- fattcr blessing in the pathway ! Bett.raretba.tolior.ilrer A- the p ets"' Mnn" 'alIeth- Ever oo tbe grtfnJ earth. BJetJftnT U"1 kuiiue Oilen wh toe duieutd hearth. Heart there re oppressed and weary ; Drop the tsars of sympathy. Whieperw.r J of hope and oomfort, Gire, and thy reward shall be Jot unto the eoul returning. From ttu. perfect fountain heal ; FroelT, aa tWa freely siveet. ShU the grateful lijjht be shed. Two EIoDemenls. In a large, Bq'jare,old-fasluoned house I uco as our lathers useu i " " - idity was twre sougni auer umn uiuij ivedlhiiip Jiasoo auu I'Uilip tad readied the mature age of W, -.i t jiu-r was close to biui. Still, each vd i,ursued a solitary ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 February 1881

37" !1 - - - " '" " ' 1 ' ;-. JESTIXEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. WedaM4ar, rebrsary 23. 18S1 1$. F. SCIIWEIEK, IWTUI 1SD riOPBIKTOK. CosKiixa hua been to OLio i see Garfield. Genksal Ga&fuxu exjxx-ta to leave Louie for Walinfrtoii on the 28th. Sen ator Blaise, who has bcc-n quite t-iek, is reported Us rajnJly recover ing. Gex. TV. T. Shkemax is to be Grand Mirxbal of the iaangiiratioa proces sion. Fukxando Wood, of New York, t'ied at the Arkansas Hot Springs a few days hro. The Temperance people will hold a State Convention ut Ilarrinbarg on the 3rd of March. A Democbatic mayor and a num ber of other Democratic officers were elected in l'hilalelpliia last week. New Yokkecs exiect to have four times as many victors to their World s Pair as were at the Centennial Exhi bition at Philadelphia. u The Legislature of Florida has passed an act to prevent the inter marriage of whitts and blacks, and the Governor Lax siirned it." The diplo.-.utlic leccpilons ol Pres ident Hayas, inclu...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 February 1881

jrEXTlXEL&RE? MIFFLIS10WN: Wed-cday, Februarr 23. TERMS. . -,i t..lo per anncui if paid in-h for each insertion. 1 ... nrr line lor each insertion. tocre by the year, half or quarter BEGISTEROF SALES, The rite of fil'v out fur four insertions, lor les t'"10' ,oUr '""-r,'OD,, greedier all sales registered ln ""' c"1- niuni and I-'i -rt,!" P" IOr eCh Ub" Fonrnt insertion. W hen bills tr sales are rMSTin IS this orrice. or ibc are "" " THIS rsr. B. charge U1 be made lor witi tiieui in tester. I; i important that persons havm tales r personal properly or reai n.a.e ...... them nromptlv regi-teied in tin col- Uain, to retain ihe day tor themselves ex clusive!! in tli'ir neighborhood, and that no misunderstanding niy ""ne bu.ve M t. Ihe time ot i-ale. Many dollars will be saved the seller bv using this Register. The Sentinel and Republican reaches pur chasers no cm be addressed in no oilier sy so conveniently and satisfactorily. SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY". Fib. 21, 1M1. Joseph B'ok Pe...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 February 1881

- r- i f 1 1 r i nril a . KpM',m'1 'J' J1' gamut r " 1.-4 i A Bed la Uie Saow. Ksa and Ililda were two little girl who lived on the edge of a great forest. Their parent were very poor, and the two children gomentimes had to go out Into the wood to pick up dry strlcks for the kitchen Are. In the summer they liked to do this, for it was ver7 jl-asant to wander about under the great trees, and over the green and soft niose, which in some places nearly covered the ground. They found a great many thing there besides dry sticks, and their mother used to think, sometimes, that they staid too long among the wild flowers and the moss, hile she was waiting for wsod. But in winter the children did not like the forest. Tbe trees were bare, ti.e nre'tr moii was all covered with cimii'. anil the cold winds blew colder there, they thought, than anywhere !- Bjt the kitchen Are needed wood wore In w inter than in summer, for It was the only fire In the house, and so Kosa and Hilda ran into the fores...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 2 March 1881

Seiii el mi rati B"F scHWEIER, THE C0IST1TUT10J-THE TOIOI-AID THE HT0XOEXEIT OP THE LAW8. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXV. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA., "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1881. NO. 9. CSLT 05K. Tb. re are tna of pore affection idling sll aloe? I.f.'f ! then are briD wbete fond devotion Hourlv kneels, its w to py ; Theie'aie : ore of ou er chamber Where the f. lends we love may thron;. In the I earfa m.t facred tempi TmreMrooaforo-liouo! You niav coaut yonr friend, by hundred. You my find some kiudreJ soul. You way cherh pre.-tous I in 1 -gut on fi-iesi croll ; Wrii lint thr all life chniat kuoih, Wiutrv uos. or summers an. In oar bpait's bi sacred tempi 1 here i- rjom 'or only one ! I have hand ca-p far tbe many. And good chrer f-r U who come ; I have weakli in loyal frienlahip And the teudert r love of Lome ; Alote all other. Srcurir-a pa' t alone ju m; hetr: must sacred tempi T-ere te room for ouly on ! II7 She JUrrird for Monfj. ddit Arlington looked at herself in the ...

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

JENTLXEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLI.VrOWN. TTedneaday, Marcb 3, tSt. B. F. SCIIWEIER, mrroa axo raoritirros. Cosgrzss was in session all of last "Wedm-sJav Ei-;I:t Rtv. IlE!fRt Wane Ber-fer will be giu a revival meeting in Lis church Tbe Wiscduhia Legislature will e:rt Mr. Carpenter a succrtaor on tins fth of March. Senator Matt H. G'aepexter, of Yiconnin. died at Washington last Tliiirlav, aed 57 vwa. Stocks fell r.i;.iUy in price last week, which created the wildest ex citement among dealers in the cities. A dispatch from Washington last Thursday says: Secretary Sherman will take twenty-five mil ions in called bonds on presentation, at 2ar and ia teiest Pbesidext axd Mas. Haves gave their closing reception on the even ing of the 24th nit. It was a crush that is, the White House was crowded with guest. Colorado is tha place for scalp hunters. A member of the Legisla ture out there proHscs in a bill to pay $25 for the scalp of every skunk and Iiiuiau that L brought in. The Crow Indians...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 2 March 1881

...pim IVTOWN : Mir i - , .w.dafsu-." TERMS -.ion SI. SO per annum if paid gHV not IiJ W'l.lim 12 """t advertisements inserted at 60 "n'meotifce. m lortTcol- T""'' ..r line forcach insertion. "B0' 10 'I! ?wi tomato tl.se desiring' J$S or qu,rter gfjiTEEOF SALES. Th. rate of fifty fu for fo.ur '"j.0", T less tln far insertions w.tl be "driU registered in this col J KJ cents per time lor each tub- wStoi are raiKTEo rm. la oMbe " sre.abvEim. i nits lTm Tcbarse -ill. nude for P, b in.port.nt that persons b.v.ng sale. AolTprop.rty reel es ate should ln7promp''y regWe.ed m b.s Cot toieiuemf r themselves es T!'.elv in tbr ncigbb..rh.od, and that no , T" distndin may an-e among ouyers M.n.v iol..r. will Sreatbe seller br oinS this Kegister. nTsenhnel end Republican reaches yar vJawtiocanbe addressed m no oiber ..conveniently and satisfactorily. SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY-. Wirch J.-Nancv Bergy, at Jericho Mills uFcrmantgb township, personal property, anlare. 5 cows, 8 yoong cattle, 20 JTi so...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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