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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 December 1881

Sentinel & republican MIFFLINTOWN : ' fredaesday. December 14, 18S1 TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum if paid within 12 months; $2.00 if not paid within 12 months Transient advertisement inserted at 60 cents pet ibcb for each insertion. Transient business "notices in local col umn, 10 cents pec line tor each insertion. Deductions will be rhade to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter rear. Court Proceedings. There were only four civil cases tried last week in court. The great trial of the court was that of William Dnnn against the Bor ough of Mifflin town, for damages, for pcr aonal or bodily injury sustained in falling Mover the quarry" at the south end of Third street. No ease has ever been tried in Ju niata county that baa awakened such a gen eral interest as the one just mentioned. The plaintiff claimed $3,0U0 damages. The jury in the case were, John L. Patterson, D. KL. Barton, William Gingrich, Wtu. Mc Clure, A. F. Uenkles, A. T. Leach, John Leonard, ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 December 1881

A Lecture to Sis. Coiue here, Pis, awl set down be-dJe me, sod let me give you a little talking to. That U right. Sit clear at the other end - of the sofa. It trakes more room for my gout and corns, beanies being a good habit for a joung lady to become addicted to. Always pander to this habit, snd von will in time find yourself walking through green meadows snd besidttbe Will waters of self-respect. You may be walking alone to be sure, but will bave fewer lawn dres ses to do up on Monday mnring. I wish to speak to you of your mothT. It may be you bave noticed a care worn look upon her face lately. Of course 't baa not been brought there by any act of yours, still it is Your dutv to chase it away, 1 don't mean for you to run tu and shake your skirts and tell it ta shoo," as you would a hen. dot do I expect you to get on the oth er side of tlie fence and tbiow old oyster cans and pieces of barrel slaves at it. as you did at the cow yesterday. But I want you to get up to morrow morning...

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. — 21 December 1881

XV. A" it WW El il B. F. SOHWEIER, ID OOXHTTTUTIOJ-THE UHOl-AID TEE rXTOXOaCEJT GT TD LiD. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXV. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY.- OECEMUEU 21. ISS1. NO. 50. 1 1 II A COOIt MOHT. BT-ana-bj me evening fan. Son of labor rest. Weary cattle seek the stalls. Bird are la the net. BT-and-by the tide will turn. Chance comes o'er the ty, Lite's hard task the child will learn. Br-and-bre. rty-and-bje the din will oex-ie. Day's king hoars be past, ItT-and-bje in holy peace We ahaU have sleep at last. Calm will be the sea wind's roar, Calm we too stall lie. Toil and moil and weep no more ; By-and-bye. TOl IXG WITH CCPID, Arnold Win ton, strolling np and down the upper deck of the steamship Both nia, with a fragrant Ilavana held bet ween his lips, was (a most unwonted excercise for bin.) thinking deeply, nor judging from the smile playing abcu his mouth and lightning up the dark handsome faoe, was the subject o thought at all disagreeable. It was, in fa...

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. — 21 December 1881

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. Wedaewdaj, December 9fif, 1SSI B. F. SO II WE IE R carros ass raorairroa. The census last Sunday. of France was Liken The Union Leajiie of America h&a declarf! in furor of a LijU tariff. The luimlc-rer Guite-ia is anxious to have the jury declare him insane. BsNJAMitf Hakims Bbe eTta is Pres-i-ieut Arthur's new Attorney General City netrnpupein tell bow Gould is gathering up New England railroads. The Governor of Kansas Las set himself about to enforce the liquor m Thet do things up completely in Kansas ; wheu a Iwink winds up they wind up the banker. General Sa-Kiis' father,' a resi dent of New Rochelle, N. Y., and over eighty years old, was married on 'Tuesdav. " ; ZL Z . , v : r i ii. ... r. . n ,t .1 i t i sun uu. jjih. uuiuau ua lorlud.lcii tue introduction into her jiuuio ui me uam papers uunug vui- teau's trial." Theke is a talk of an Indian up rising. Don't ret 6cared ; the Indian will not 'up rise" until next summer, but get ready ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 December 1881

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, December 31, 1881 TERMS. Subscription, $1.60 per annum if paid within 12 months; $2.00 If not paid within 12 month. Transient advertisements inserted at SO cents Cr jnch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col irnin, 10 cents per line for each Insertion. - Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. Last Saturday, the 17th Inst., bad been fixed as the day npon which the Committee of the Mitilintowu Presbyterian congrega tion should meet the Committee of the Lost Creek Presbyterian church, in the olsco of A.J. Patterson, Esq., in Miftlintown; til com plete the terms of agreement of settlement between the respective congregation!! as proposed on the 18th day of May, 1881. and ratified on the 13th and ICth of October, 1881. The committees met in Mr. Patter son's office, but the final consummation was not reached. John X. Moore, Lewis Burcli fleld, Reuhen C'aveny anil Joh...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 December 1881

r-----"- nn i ' Atuuie h Water. Every pasture should cental a a perpet ual supply of cool, fresh water, to which animals can bare access at all times If the pasture Is law torn theie. should be sercral drinkit.fr places. Animals should not be subj ected to the hardship of walk ing baU a mile to obtain a drink in a not day in July or August. If they are sotn pelled to do this, taey will ofteo remain thirsty for Teral bouis and will then find their way to the water, and drink immod erately. Abstinence from water for considerable ptaiod, or a long walk in the scalding sun in order to obtain it, will re sult in the loss of milk flesh and fat Water, next to air, is the cheapest article that is continued by animals, and they should hare it in at.uoda.ice and within easy reach at all times, ' Many farmers are rery negligeot in utilizing natural supplies of water. They take uu pains to keep up the flow of water in sDrinira. or to conduct the water they afford through pipes to different part...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 December 1881

Christmas Supplement. Sav what is woll. and do what is better. A ( hl:M9 TKEE. T"' r ..ik a -tr.njr xnd iwrt trf, ' " !'- i! 'ft iDti-s op. i Mfiit iraiuniit In ai e.v 1 :u'y cnji. . : :. .1; i . t.rvaier. ati'l better ina.1, I. . .- .1 4 -t.Hiimin" ir"kp. :..- :.n ; --in, -t f-ilttng tn 'c "iie -:.ir I '."in -if the o-ik; c -irju.-r, I w ti. in appiirr! of irreen, A". I :T- ir.if;- n'- fa.r Wi nee, Ai'D 1- ;.r -leu freiirhl, for amad an! ITf-at, tn ix .ui.iui cmvtmaK tre. w ,!.. i.rtii.h.- U'n-I.nff low; rs- li.in t'' 1 when iU f'rin we e, A- !.-l t.-the river's flow: ! tt.i- h an u ie!.l. an-l the pulses Ismn.t, And J"j Ulummi-sthe laee, rsn".er a Kisllr ?lm i feun.t, iF-oaiise of a-. iH-auty and grace; I ut kinder, I iwd, in irr goodly in meia, W.i'i brjnrh- more dru'p.ng an.l free. The t;nt of h'W leave S'lriitf weave, If Uie beautiful Ctin-ama tree. Tm maple U du.'plt:, ami lithe, anil tpng, AQ'l ciaine-th (hit leve anew, w nen the day are lmtlena, and quiet and long. And tlie ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 December 1881

la.- rh out. a, if lutiO .lirt , isrut r 1.) f Mill m ieu I i used; wErreiiy the tahlespoonfuls of butter. Adda pint of and dirt, is taen out of water and boll for five niinutes. Throw W Just fleeced fr.Mn the quart of carroj boiled and cut ia tated ft A BY AXD X. I any and I ib tne twiiigtit sweet. Bearing the weary tarda repeat Cheery nxxl-Dietiu from tree to tree. Dearest of all day's comfort tee. ror weary tno, We kiw ul m Be five op all i worM for t Baby n I id Lie twiHgM glnw, Watrrrns the nmni-hes to ami fro Waving (""'l-niKtitii h the p Mea wW, welcome the hour ire love ihe best. We pfc and sirnr Till -l-ep we bring. Wbo ioM him 10 her down j nest Ltnjtrnng still In tk? twiugtit gray, After the rlian-e fades away, 1 watch .larlinic. mt still, mt fair. With thankful heart i!iat to my rare, Fur hafipim-Mi So wnnl-i express, Awhile 0i mins a gift ilear. A in Bis little lied I place My halie in all his alulilhrr.ng STO, Heaven's starry lamp are lit in hipti, f ne. anirel-ldinie,...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 4 January 1882

erri IlL B. P. SCHWEIER, THE 0018T1TUT10I-THE TJSIOI-AID THE EiTOBOElfEIT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXY. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PKNNA.. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 4. 1S82. NO. c2. WOODS IS WINTR. When winter winds are piercing chill. And through the hawthorn blow the gal. With (oleum feet I tread the hill That overt-rows the lonely Tale. o'er the bare npland and away Through the long reach af deaert woods. The embracing sunbeam chastely play. And g'adden those deep solitale. Where, twisted round the barren oak. The summer Tine in beaaty clang. And summer wind the silence broke, The crystal teirle Is hong. . Where, from their frozen urns, mute pr;nj Poor oat the river's gradual tide, ShriUa the skater's iron rings. And voices nil the woodland sMe. Alas I how changed from the fair scene. When birds sang out toe mellow lay. And winds were tort and woods were green. And the song ceased nut with the day. But still wild music Is abroad. Pale, desert woods ! within your crowd...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 4 January 1882

S1STINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. Wednesday, January 4, 1S93. B. F. SCn WE I Ell. IOTTOE AXD rBOFBlBTOB. The planet Jupiter Las been mis taken fur the Star of Betlilehem. Secretaby Blaine pave a farewell reception to hia Washington friend Ex-SfiXAToa Howe, of Wisconsin, is President Arthur's new Post Mast er General. Congressman Fish lb has been ap pointed ekiiirmaa of the Committee on Coinage. Haekisbubo is destined to become large city. The Capital had better be kept there. Speek and Stcngor are each talked of among the Democracy as a candi date for Governor. Nearly all the church organiza tion in Pittsburg have gone into the temerance movement. Sevex persons were whipped at the whipping post in the New Castl!, Delaware, j:iil yard on the day before Ciiittmas. A detachment of United States troops still guard the tomb of Pres ident Garfield, to prevent the body from being taken by body-snatchers. Philadelphia is said to be more prosperous now than at any other previous time in...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 4 January 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, January 4, 1SS2. TERMS. Subscription, f 1J0 per annnm if paid within 12 month; 12.00 if Dot paid within 12 month. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 eenU per inch fur each insertion. Transient business notices in local col on, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. LIST OF JURORS DRAWN FOR FEB RUARY TERM, 182. GUA2CD JPBORS. Amey Daniel, farmer, Monroe. App J. S., farmer, Susquehanna. Crawford J. Calvin, fanner, Tucarora. Deen S. Crawford, farmer, Beale. Dennis William, farmer, Delaware. Eichman farmer, Payette. Fiukenbiaer Daniel, farmer, Monrod. Gilnctt John, farmer, Monroe. Bockeubrough D., farmer, Susquehanna, Hunt Judson, dealer, Fayette. Kurtz Wm. 11., merchant. Walker. Kepner Henry, farmer, Turbtt. Langhlin James G., farmer, Tuscarora. McKee James, farmer, Lack. Marx Luke, larmer, Monroe. Meluy Stewart L., fireman, Patterson. Oles Ja...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 4 January 1882

Traffic In Stck Bird. A tbabl'U; dreed man gently pushed cpcn the door of Broadway, New York, wine aud lunch room and stepped in'lde, I would Jike to sell you two fine Can ary birds," he said to the proprietor ; " I raised ibera myself, and would not part with tbem, but am out of wort and need money." lie placed oa she bar a small wicker case in which were two rather pretty birds ; oue of a light yellow and the other mottled with prn and drab. They seemed frightened, and huddled together oa the peich. Several persons gathered around. The mottled bird, startled by the faces, fl ittered about a moment, fail ed to liht ou the water cu , and then cowi-rtd iu the footto.n of the cage. How much do you asfc for them I " inquired the proprietor. "They are singers, and the dark one is of genuine liclgien breed, and has a very iong song. Thty are easily worth $4 a piece, but il you will take the two 1 will rivs tlk-m to you for $3.50, for I'm completely broke." That U c.ieap,' observed one of...

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. — 11 January 1882

n B. F. SCHWEIEB, THE OOE8T1T0TI0I-THE UII0I-A1D THE EfPOXOOCEST OP THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY II. 1S82. NO. 1. HOMEWARD BOCND. Together they raule alone the street, THose oltMime chains called w ad and rain, playing the strangest tricks with your feet. Till too tumble and stagger again. Hot little care I While I can see A light In the window At home for roe. I hasten faster, with heart grown light, I ran alnvist see the cozy room. Defiance to yon, Worm King, to-oibt ; Yon cant keep me oat In toe gloum. For the beacon Is bright And I can see A face in the window At home tor me. Cheerily blinking the street Limps shine. Waiting to see the doors flung wide. And in the iUance of home divine Some one's waiting for me Inside. 8me one's waiting And I can see Red lips holding A klas for me ! THE tST Or SINE. 'Did you know that Tom Bailey had paused in his checks?" Yes; heard it by telephone an hour ago," The speaker ...

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. — 11 January 1882

MIFFLINTOWN. Wednesday, Jan nary 11, ISS2. B. F. SCHWEIER, corros abd raorBiiToa. Vibgima has haJ a ten inch snow this winter. Mexico desires a free traJe treaty with the United Ststes. " The French av that to sit near a fire is fr one's complexion. Gold and silver in paving quanti ties is Raid to have been found near Lincoln, Nebraska. Coxgre-ssman- H. G. Fisher is doing his utmost to have the Pennsylvania border claims passed through Con gress. A mas named Ned Hathaway, a bal loonist, at Clinton, 111., married a girl 15 years of age, for which he was put to jaiL Some temperance fanatics, that should lie in jail, used dynanite to blow up a saloon in Shclbyville, In diana. It is said that General Ilanccck has declined to call a court-martial to try Sergeant llasou, who fahot at Guitean. At the New Year's reception Pres ident Arthur wore a frok coat That nettles it. The fwaliow-tail coats will be hung up during his administra tion. A AVestebx scribe says : A resident of Belfast. Ohio...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 January 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN M1TFLINT0WN : Wednesday, January it, 1SS4. TERMS. .Subscription, $1-50 per annum if paid within 12 months; (2.00 if not paid within 1J month. Transient advertisement inserted at 60 cents per Inch fur each insertion. . Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. COMMUNICATION , a . Losl Creek and Kiffiin Church Case The sudd-n departure from the Brick Church, without notice to the congregation or any apparent reason for it, seemed to re quire some explanation on the part of those that directed the movement. Tt.at expia nation was given in the Chape! and news paper. It put all Il blame on the people of Lost Creek. It placed thi-iti in a talse position. It subjected them lo injurious criticism, aff-cting their good faith and christian character to a word, it charg-d them with going back on laeir contract, in the nutter of interest. I...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 January 1882

Welbeck Abbey. Welbeck Abbey, th Duke of PorUamTs borne, England, will always be famed for lta underground passages, which extend f r miles, ami for iu subterranean apart ment, including a spacious ball-nem ami mite j of room in the bosom of the earth. Tbe most striking feature in the buildings above ground is tbe Isre Uclliic hall, re stored in 1751 by the Giantess of Oxf-ird; and tbe vUitor cannot fail to be delighted with the tan like tracery of the ceiling, the elaborate designs and the pplendid decora tions. In the enrly pan of bis career the late Duke, ( he Duke of Portland,) derat ed himself ardently to tbe cul'ivalion of art. and the hundreds of paintings which adorn tbe walls cf the abbey testily to the good taste he must have possessed. In the great dining-room there are evidences of his ingenious contrivances for minimizing labor. A hydraulic shaft was constructed between the great dining-room and the kitchen, and by means of this shaft waaom could be raised from or lower...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 January 1882

B. F. SCHWEIER, TBI 00I8TITUTI0I-TEE TWIOI-AID TEE UrOXOEKEIT 0? TKB LAVS. Editor and Pi-oprietor. VOL. XXXVI. MIF1LINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY IS, 1SS2. NO. 2. AX OLl COUNTRY CUl'RCH. I atop to rest in the gnus-grown anl To gathar tie QTamn blooms. And lazily dream on the velvet swarJ That mantles the sunken lonius. The rasptierrj nriara obscure the woMs Affection has carved on the stone ; With ripening blossoms and bees and birds Forgotten I hey sleep alone. And all of the men who wore this pota or the threshold of yonder door, To hear of a father's lore or wrath. Are found on the earth no more ; And spiders lazily spin their threads Secure from Intruding feet. Wills Autumn ltd leaves o'er the pu!plt spreads And the listener's sunken seat. I close my eyes anil I seem to hear Some sacred old hymn arise, or the pastor inviting, in accents clear, To M anaions above the skies ;" Or I hear the bearers, with reverent tread, Their charge to the chancel bear. And th...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 January 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. YretJne!v, January IS, 1S?. B. F. SCHWEIER, tarro aid piopKirroB. Axi. UnkeJ States officers are to be accinateJ. Congress is wrestling with the ques tion of polygamy. Governor. Horp will not coll an extra session of the Legislature. The Iit-puhliraiH State Convention will meet at Harrisburg on the 10th f Mav. Cottox manufactories in Georgia the past year have paid 20 per cent dividends. Tee State debt Las been reduced Lt the management of Treasurer B'atler $1.4S2,UO0. TnE Deputy Sheriff of Philadelphia is being looked afler as regards the question of jury fixer. Osk hundred and forty houses were destroyed by fire at Tokio, Ja pan, on DecemWr 15, 1381. Ixaic Bassett, door keeper of the United States Senate has been in the public service for a period of fifty years. Ecbopeas news says that there are COD persons belonging to the Pope's household, two-thirds of whom are Ths want of more space, and greatar facilities, is the reason ad vanced for th...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 January 1882

Sentinel & republican MIFFLINTOWN: Wednesday, Jannary IS, 1SS2. TERMS. Subscription, $1-60 per annum if paid within 12 months; $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cents per inch fur each insertion. Transient business notices in local col. inn, 10 cents prr tine for each insertion. Deductions frill be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. COMMCKICATI03. The Difficulty Between the Chapel Church of Miffiintown and the Lost Creek Congregation. Editor Sentinel and Republican I am ex ceedingly sorrowful that the Chapel church liave behaved so strangely ofUte. It seems to me it is a great crime on Iheir p irt to leave the Brick church under the prtltr.se that tbe Lost Creek congregation have not acted in an upright, manly, aud Christian manner. I am sorry for the Chapel church ra:lu.r than tor the Lost Crock church. I must sv that the Lot Creek church has acted fr.nn first to last in a Christian spirit. The com mu...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 January 1882

s I They came on u like tUuuilerbolt I never before nor since saw men so brave and fearless as those white war riors. We retreated until our men got tntrrther anil then we charered upon them. I said to my men: This is a good day to die follow me!" "We massed onr men, that no man should fall back, every man whipped another man's horse and we rushed right upon them. As we rushed right upon them, the white warriors dismounted to fire, but they did poor Bhootiug. They held their horses reins on one arm while they ware shooting, but their horses were so frightened that they pulled tho men all around, and a great many of their shots went up in the air and did us no harm. The white warriors stood their ground bravely, and none of them made any attempt to escape or get away. After all but a few of them were dead, I cap tured two of their horses. Then the wise men aud chiefs of our nation gave out to our people not to mutilate the dead white chief, for he was a brave warrior, and died a brav...

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