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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 October 1881

Am Engineer Race tor Ufa. , At Pantano, Arizona, recently, the brakes of a flat car loaded with tiea became loosened in some inexplicable manner and tbe car began to move down the ateep ftrede toward Ciecega. A bystander jumped aboard and eodeaTored to tighten the brakes. He, however, found them un manageable. Another tried and failed. A rezuiar brakeman then boarded the car and quickly discovered that the brakes were out of "fa-tier. Tbe car, by that time, bad increased its SDeed to fully twenty miles an hour, and to remain upon it would be al ums sure death when tbe first washout was re&cnea. ne inereiore caueu ui iuc ether two men on tbe car to juinp.and this Ihey did. Engineer Frank Shaw at this tin was siiliug on his engine at Pantano and attached to his locomotive was a car lilh d with Chinamen. He at once realized tbe terrible result if this ninaway flat car was allowed to proceed unchecked ou its way, for a score or more of laborers were emirairtxi far down a deep gulch ...

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. — 12 October 1881

iiiii WaP lltww B. F. SCHWEIER, TEE OOESHTUTIOI TEE TJITOI AID TEE UTOBOEEEIT OF TEE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. .VOL. XXX V. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER .2, 1S81. NO. 40. NIGHTFALL. , Lie still, o bean t ('rash oat thj vainness and unreached desire, . Mark kow tbe saaset Ores, Which kindled ml the west with red and told. Are slumbering Th-sU the amethystine flow Of the receding Uav, whose Ule is told. Star, but the questionings ; what would'st thou Know, O anxious heart T Soft Is the air; And not a leaflet rustles to the ground To break the calm around. Creep, little wakeful heart, into thj nest ; The world ta full of Bowers even yet, Close fast thy dewy eyes, and be at rest. Pour out thy plaints at day. If thou must fret Day is for care. Now, torn to God, Night is too besmiful for ns to cling To selfish sorrowing. O memory ! the grass is very green Above thy grave ; but we hare brighter things Than thou hast ever claimed or known, I ween. Day is for te...

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. — 12 October 1881

JENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. VtteM4aT, oetftfcer 13, 1881, D. F. SCHWEIER, SMrom lib r-xeraixroe. Bepablican State Ticket. STATE TREASURER, SILAS M. BAILEY Or FATETTE COCSTT. Bepablican Judicial Ticket. PRESIDENT JCDOI. B. F.JUNKIN. ASSOCIATE JCDOES. JACOB SMITH. J. j. Patterson. Bepablican Conntj Ticket. COUNTT TREASURER. " JACOB LEMOX. COMMISSIONERS. J. B. WILSON. H. L. MeMEE.V. PROTHOXOTART. WM.,M. ALLISON. DISTRICT ATTORXIT MA30N IB WIN. COC5TY AlDITORS LEWIS DEGAN. D. W. WE1MKK. Pbesiecxt Arthur was 51 years old last Wednesday. Wolfe is stamping in the western counties of the state. A new prophet has arisen in New York. He predicts the end of the world A. D 3000. Os the 5th inst the body of Pres ident Garfield was placed in an im perishable coffin. President Arthur is the first Pres idect from the rank of civilians since Abraham Lincoln was in the chair. There was a frost last Thursday morning. On the day before there was a fall of snow down in Maine. Charles S. Wolfe...

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. — 12 October 1881

V,: ;VV ',.."- Sentinel & republican . MIFFLINTOWN : t Wede9aj, October ia, iggl. 'J TEKJIS. Sabstription, J 1.60 par annum if pud tdthle li months; $2.00 if not pud within 12 month. u . . Transient 'advertisementa Inserted at 60 eenta pec inch for each Insertion. , Transient besiness notices m local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be nude to thoae desiring Jto advertise by the year, half or quarter ye- - MK1TIN3 OF ftEPpBLlCAN ,. COUNTY COMMITTEE, ihe Republican County Committee re requested to meet at 1 o'clock on 8ATUKDAY, October 15, 1881, at tba Juniata Hotel, in Mifflintown to arrange affair for the present campaign. A fall Attendance is earnestly requested. W. IIertzler, Chairman. Bepublican County Committee. William Hiitzleb, Chairman. Beale J Kelly- Patterson, Solomon Bar dell. Walnut p o. Black Log A. V Opple, James McK.ee, Roed'a Gap p o. Delaware John M StutU, East Salem p o; 8 P Lvder, Thompauntowo p o. Fayette Thaddeua Land is, Cocola...

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. — 12 October 1881

fruit or Vegetable. It is the general practice of horti culturists and commercial reporters, as well as of inarketgarJeners and green-grocer.-, to speak of apples, pears, peaches, plums, quinces, cherries, and ben ies as fruit, but to class melons, squashes, pumkins, cucumbers, and tomatoes as vegetables. Oiy such a distinction was ever made it is very difficult to ascertain. The circumstance that gard.-u. rs raise the latter products and d.i not the former may ac ecount for the r,-:Loii that thev are called vegeta bles. S une one has suggested that fruit plod need from plant raised from seed plant.-d the same same season should be classed as vegetables, but there seems to 1: no good reason for making this distinction. The recognized authorities on definitions make no distinctions of tills kind. Webster defines a fruit as "that part of plants which contains the s.tl, esiecialJy the juicy, pn'py pro ducts of certain plants, covering and in cluding their seeds, as the ayble, plum, lca...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 19 October 1881

- 7 i p tti i lie wii B. F. SOHWfilER, THE C058TITUTIOI THE UHOI-AID THE E5TOSOEME5T OP THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. MIFFLINTOWX. JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. OCT015EH ID, 1SS1. NO. 11. VOL. XXXV. mi: I.I frill. K. Art 1 sit bcsi.le tlie lire, dear June, Ami itaze uim.u jour f.-r, An.l -r tlie mailt fumiw tlecp, Whci tunc hu left hl trace Ml llilll.l Kuril back to ol'l times. Jaw, hen you were, youug ait J fair, N.i wrinkles ou y.mr pure while laruw. No silver in v.iur liair: Anil I a fair aii.l siur.ly yimtli, Willi all mj brart tlul strive To pup Die fatal qucstli.Il, WllK'h sti-mM liiinl us all our live. You well reiuenitier how, lear Jane, Vou hail lo help me llir.Hiirfi, As vou have helpeil uitr ever since. To lie liolh ir'"l aw l Inie ; Ami how Hie lar-ou, .U-arcsl Jane, liiil mike us man auil wife, snu-e that, we have h'iiic arm in arm. Aim. Hie path of life! I never have rcirrcit.il, ilear. The vow whieh 1 theutiMiL, " To cherish until .h ath .ll.l part," As taulit...

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

SENTINEL & REPL'BLICAMi, Tc v j pmit- - . . tee. ;n tb titrcw of il ofE . bu MIFFUXTOWX. Tedsewday, October 19. laL B. F. SCIIWEIER, csrrom riorsiVTct. Republican State Ticket. STATE TUEASCEER, SIL.AS 31. ISAIL.EY. Or FAYETTE Cftl'STs". "The Republican, and Union Conntj Ticket." fHESlDEST JVVGl. 13. F. JUNK IX. ASSOCIATE J CDC EH. JACOB SMITH. CYRUS M. UEXCn. COC.NTT TREASURES. JACOB LEMOX. COMMISSIONERS. J. B. WILSOX. II. L. McMEEX. PROTHOXOTART. GEORGE S. COXX. DISTRICT ATTOB.NET MASON IRWIN. COCNTT AUDITORS LEWIS DEGAX. 1). W. WEIMEK. It will require $32,000,000 to pay the current expenses of New York City this year. That is Democratic finance. Certain capitalists are buying tip Confederate bonds, and people that do not understand the movement ask what does it mean ? The Irish people have been excited the past week over the arrest of Tar oell, who wan lodged in Dublin jail last Wednesday, the 12th inst He was arrested for agitating the people to Btrife through the agency of t...

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

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, October 19, issi. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum if paid within 12 months; $2.00 if not paid wiUjin 12 monlhss - Transient advertisement inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. Ths McYeytown JosraooMast week says': On Thursday morning about one o'clock, the cry o Fire! Fire! was given to the cit izens of Uattawacna, thereby arousing the sleepers at an on usual hour. Upon ascer taining the source ot the Ore, attention was directed to the farm-house of Mr. S. M Troxell, situated a short distance east of Mattawasna, ami occupied by a Mr. Math ews and family. The family, with the. ex ception of a child between two and three years of age which periocd in the Uaues, roae a very narrow escape ; so much so, that they bad not time given them to save anythi...

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

Cooking. Tbe Tower af loado The different buildings that juake up what is kno tco11 actively aa the Tower have all histories, and all bloody ones. There is nothing bat blood connected with it The identical headsman's block is carefully preserved, with the axe he used and the mask he wore when en- There is, doubtless, no domestic need so urgent at the present writing as t Je need of good ccoka. The ordinary serrant girl knows nothing of the chemistry of cooking and cares nothing for it, and the same re mark is true of a great many women who do their own work. Multitudes of house keepers need to learn that there mutt be l .,.. w- M than anmpf h 1 n 17 tA allay the pangs of hunger. It is one thing gaged in his delightful duty. The axe to eat, it is quite another to be fed. The is shaped very like a butcher's cleaver, experience of a gentleman related not long and the mask about the most fiendish ago to us is the common experience: My that a devilish ingenuity could de wife goes to mark...

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

Bet WW .I II .A B. F. SCHWEIER, TEE OOt 3T1TU T10I TEE THIOI AID TEE EEFOEOEXEIT OF TEE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXX Y. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1S81. NO. 42. TOICE3 OF THE SEA. Wakeful I lay, at night, and beard The polfUDc of the restless tea, The moaning surges Sounded like dirges From some Isr-back eternity, Wboae spirits from the deep are stirrM. Awaking with the morning light. Again I UHtened to the sea. Bat with its surges Were heard no dirges. But only life's activity; Morning dispelled the gloom of night. At boob I sauntered forth to view The throbbing of that living sea; Still it was surging. Bat only urging All men to be both strong and free Strong in the ssul, with conscience true. At closing day on- more I stood, .Gazing across that nighty sea ; Far ships were sailing; 1 he light was failing ; Time, lost in immortality, ' Was the reflection of my mood. It is the mind, and not the place, Otrr mood, and not a varying voire, That...

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

- - -j -- r" SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. vTedneaday, October 26, 1881. F. SCflWEIERj tnt in rftoriiKTos: Republican State Ticket. STATE TREASURER, SILAS 31. BAILEY, OF FAYETTE COCKTV. II The Eepublican, and Union Connty Ticket." PRESIDENT JCPGI. B. F. JUXKIN. ASSOCIATE J C DOES. JACOB SMITH. CYRUS M. I1EXCB. COCNTT TEEA9TRIR. JACOB LEMON. COllJCrsSlOXERS. J. B. WILSOX. . L. McMEEN. PROTHONOTART. GEORGE 8. CONN. DISTRICT ATTORNEY MASON IRWIN. COCXTT AFDITORS LEWIS DEOAN. D. V. WEIMER. The first change in President Ar thur's Cabinet took place on Monday. llie President nomjuatd ox-Gover aor E. D. Morgan, of New York, for Secretary of the Treasury. The nom ination was confirmed by the Senate. The Yorktown Centennial Celebra tion of the surrender of Lord Corn walks took place last week, and, con sidering that the place has no facili ties for the accommodation of a large crowd, everything passed off quite well, and the ceremonies were nicely gotten through with. There is a goo...

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. — 26 October 1881

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN JMFFLINTOWN : Wedneadar. October 26, 18S1. TERMS. , Subscription, $150 per annnm if paid within 12 months; (2.00 if not paid within 12 month.. , Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cent per inch fur each insertion. , Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise bjr the year, half or quarter year. Republican County Committee. Willi m IIebtzleb, Chairman. Beale J Kelly Patterson, Solomon Bar dell, Walnut p o. Black Lor A W Opple, James McKee. Delaware John U Srctts, East Sal em p o; S P Lyder, Tbompsontown p o. Fayette Thaddcis Land is, Cocolamus I- . 1 t II i ..... o ; oituun uajman, iaiuana Mill p o. Grt-enaood (Andrew Zeiders, Diiunirille p o ; Jacob Updegrove, Oriental p o. Fermanagh Samuel Thomas, A J Moist, Vifltintowo. : Lack Ross Robinson, Waterloo p o ; R tl Patterson, Pern Mills p o. MiRiintown P D Hamlin, EWH Kreider. Milford George Groninger, Port Kova...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 October 1881

. Indian Mont. The use of Indian scouts in the Apache country by Gen. Can is being unfavorably commented on by many newspaper writ ers in California sad the Eastern States. Sj.le go far as to assert that the use of Indians to fight against Indians has never been successful. Such assertions are gross ly incorrect, as events whi-h have trans pired during the past twenty years unmis takably prove. Since Gen. Albert Pike and Ben ilcC'uIluuth raised their Indian legion in the Indian Territory in 1861-62, Indian have been very successful iy em ployed to fight each other, and have, with two exceptions, proved themselves not only faithful to tb - government, but made the very best of soldiers. A large number of Cherokees were enlisted in tue Union service, and did tffective work in Western Arkansas and Texas in opposition to the Choctaw s and Bciuinoles under Gen. Albert Pike. At the same time a battalion of Wyandottes, Shawners and IX la ware In dians was raised by a Alaj. Hansom in Kansas...

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

gK'fiy Wly ww$- B. F. SCHWEIER, THE OOISTITUTIOI THE TTHOlf AID THE EJrrOSOIMEBT OF THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. i VOL. XXXY. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER -2, 1881. NO. 43. THE WELL. Urk anil cool the water lies la the old time-honoreti well: lKwa deep toe bactct Die, And bow oft, who can tell? For the K-jmolboj hot with pUv.. , Tat the laborer tired with toil, For the traveler ua his war, IKHa the tireless rope nncwl. And how often, who ran tell ? Or, who fir the gracious draught Drew up from the bounteous well? Or, who sunk the ancient shaft ? They are dust who slake! their thira At the little silrer fount In the wild woods, where it Ann Called the huntsman to dismount. They are dust, the pioneer. Who the stronjr-armed forest broke. Where the old woli now auears; Where now curls the rilUz? snre. So shall we within the Tale With oar children's children dwell. But the waters ne'er shall Call In the old time-honored welL CALI.KU FOR. Bessie Lynn sat al...

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

. ... - .. . . , - ' -i ; ' - . .. ... - w -v.-H .W.4--'W'S.. v H SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOVVN. Wedaadari Xtremb'r S, 1881. B. F. SCHWEIER, Republican State Ticket. STATE TREASURER, SILAS M. BAILY, Of FATETTK COCNTY. ""The Bepnblican, and Union County Ticket." PRESIDENT JCDOg. B.F.JUXKIN. ASSOCIATE JUDOIS. JACOB SMITH. CYKUS M. HENCII. ; COCNTT TREASURER. JACOB LEMON. COMMISSIONERS. J. B. WILSON. 11. L. McMEE.V. PROTHONOTART. GEORGE 8. CONN.' M8TRICT ATTORNEY MASON IRWIN. COUNTY AFDITORf LEWIS DEGAN. D. W. WEIMER. The trial of Guiteau the assassin is to begin November 14. The "pink eye" reached (his State. horse disease has Mother Sbipton says the world will tome to an end io Nnrember. A slight shock of earthquake was felt in New Hampshire at 1:40 on Monday morning. Ex-Goversor Morgan, of New York, has declined the port-folio of the United States Treasury. Judge Fol ger, of the same State, has accepted it It is reported that the recent de mand for the Confederate bonds is ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 2 November 1881

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN 'V "V-'Ss -V -. MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, Korerab'r a, 1SS1. TERMS, . Subscription, $1.60 per annum if paid within 12 moLths; $2X10 if not paid within 12 months. V ;.' Transient advert is em en ta inserted at SO cents per iach for each insertion. Transient business notice ia JocaJ. col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion Deduction will Denude to thoaa deairinc to dvertise by the year, half or nuarter year. Communication. Mrfixmewx, Get 29, 188L Editor Juuwfa Sentinel. and Republican After I sent the communication, .that yoa publisbod last week I thought that I fcd been a little tupiii that I did not Bnish the list of the Republicans that voted lor Pat terson, Smith, and Bibbs. I am now glad that I did not then prevent their names, for now I nave another claim on -you as an iai t V v":-VSiiV trt hfen . - couuina a nnmber of Demo- 7 " ,or offic Can ignorance and --r- 6 .urioer r io the men that bead nch proceeding, believe that thepeo- r ..coiiQioi that ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 2 November 1881

'IT 1 I . rrwaasaa I 1 I. I Aorlrntisnal ths Ma Nor is it to lm matfe'led it, wten we - counder that tlili plt.net tu tbe next bril liant and tlmn.fs.blc, at well M tbe nearest eodarp.r'i.'iy larpeft celestial body that rre Bled ltili to tholr nig titlf view, and tbat Id the clear, tiquilite etbef of Arabi an tklei, and tbe calm nubtt of India and KTpt, ittlione aimn tbe heavenly boat with tun er unknown to dwellers in tbe triiwiled cltiet of a northi-m clime. But the children of the Impie lamia did aonie thing more than gnte. a-eculate and ad mire. With anjireuie tierce lln-jr reared fcifty tower end areiiri pyramid., bud In vented liutruiitetit wlilrh bar led tta alcp by tp to the lrnit Innmiiient, tkt nm rnifieu-f ami the IthMK-ipe of to tltt, A Co I If re n( ettrnii'iitier wat founded by tlte rlttt rlKpI of l.trfa tin wofrtilpuf the in am ttoaitnt out of their freiienl nt" of In I'lct'ite or i.fved lintm' in Pit kin tltelf uti le if"l Hflt al a.iniiiirttiiienl to (be nt-Kit'ei ,...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 November 1881

in ft tot f.schweier. THE 008TITirriOI-THE UJIOI AID THE ETIOBOEMEST OP THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXV. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. I'EXNA.. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 18S1. NO. 44. Ksl M) VJ rrtAX AA AA' i Y r rr AV --7; NT VJ VT y VT NTT NT 7- vy QllKV On. r. e lit a eesr. eor IRC Of H pii 1. u Uxe luri : dit J la. -l Kit I.OI.P1 N Hl. .,4),.ii ipi'h-u r..U . ..xt-l ili. m "rouml. .13 i-r.. 'Elf CT'.!'! L - .; sii 1. " '"l -v"u h"4'' '"'s-i-i ' tU'TV ou l-1). nik.- l una-' ;h,: K""1 AUiia-: J..J. .pr-O- lf -lililiKlU, dear, 'J.l3I a r i.r 'airlit 1" 'u, is. ar'I'l"''1 Ir " J"" -"l"u'l. CI.. S:!-liil '" ul.V ,,...L ji.i-ni au.t htv! lvveairJ A. j,,u ju 1.T. 1 I ir. J' r fri.ul. -I. :' : . j. I -j l-V tJ i lilljr I!uillr ... .Tl ,- ",, ,M I IU -infill "1 !l" !u.r's uuQ'! . .ti.i -if -tr I t:i'-m '"- : ;;i :i. - ,a : U ui ,r,,u 1 : 'iet l 11"! 1 sar fMHI-A HOSKtT. trouble that was cirii. Tue mm? i on tne nursery , .i vi.t, '-!v veil yeai-s old, aud ,L tr..i.i :iirea.ly. Two ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 November 1881

!ESTLEL& REPUfiLICAK MIFFLIXTO.VX. Wediictidar, XoTeiub'r , 11 B. F. SC HAVE I Ell, EblTO AXD PROPIIFTOR. The State election, as far as ran lie known ut tins time 1ms resulted in ted in the election of Bailv for Stats Trea Muvr, by K.O00 to 12.0.W majority. In this eiHintv the entire fusion ticket was elec.e., excepiing ;H1(ye JunMn, , v hi was defeated by Cli 'ries .V. Bar nctt. The vote m the Judge stood in Juniata. Bametf. anti fusion. 104: Ja:i!iu. fusion. 17; Barnetts ma jr:ty, 72. l-'or Associate Judges. Smit h and 1 Itu-h were elected. Siuit h"s I , i ,r ! .1 ! voie i nig i no. JK iicii s TOie iojo : j r:nu;i over jieucu votes, oacous i uud -Uai phv were tile aim fusion can-: li dates. Murpbv received 1454 votes, ' Jacobs 14. J I : Murpuy over Jacobs "1 votes. Fur C'cjntv Treasurer. ; Lemon rec; ivtd Kill v.tes: S.holl 1il: Leiii u over Sel.oll votes. For C'juuti C i:umisi mers, ?lcjleen received 1 7-"7 voles ; V,"il,o!i received lt2 : Mi-MeeTi over Wilson 75 votes, l'arl...

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. — 9 November 1881

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