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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 March 1882

B. F. SCHWKIER. THB OOIBTITDTIOS-TIIE TOTIOI AID THS BrfOKOEKElT 07 TEX Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXYI. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 1. 1882. NO. 8. THE TRYST. She glided over Uw meadow grass. And through the green Joans; corn ; Sweet a. the ignimT blooms she was And fresh u Hammer morn. We laughed and loved beside the brook That sang Its gay refrain, And where we met mat day, my love. We swore to meet again. But ere the prase was dry and brown Amid the ripening corn, I p to the churchyard on the down A maiden's corpse was borne. I weep alone beside the brook. All swol'n with Autumn rain ; Fur where we met that day, my loe. We shall not meet again. AN OLD MAN! IIAKLIXG. She stood in the garden among her flowers with the sunshine ail about her; and John Ashly, watched her from the doorway, on Lis face, could think of nothing but a bird or butterfly, as she flitted about from rose to lilac, with her yellow curls flying about her face in a cloud, and her eye...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 March 1882

. t-- J I 1 it a ) !lf ir I) f EHTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. Wednesday, March 1, ISM. B. F. 3CHWEIER, EStTO AX FkorCIXTOK. Russia anl Austria are casting war like glances at each other. The Democratic State Committee will meet at Htrrisburg March 22. The Unitary Academy at Chester, Pa., was Jestrojed bj fire a few days ago. - Thibtees hundred people died of small pox in Philadelphia the past j-ear. St. Lorn millers last week Kent to California for 100,000 bushels of wheat Russia Jews are coming to Amer ica in great numbers, to get away from erseeution. Thb ablest statesman in Congress is puzzled as to what to do with the Mormon question. There was a racket among grain dealers in Chicago last Friday, and prices tended downward. pHiLiDELPHiANs are eating fresh ehad that were canglit South and sent to the markets of Northern cities. Mr. Dill has friends among the unterrified for the office of Governor. So has Mr. Hopkins ; ditto, Mr. Pat tison. The Legislature in Wisconsin abol...

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. — 1 March 1882

SsENTINEL & REPHBLICAN MIFKLIN10WN : t TfeUnesday, Marcb 1, 1SS3. TERMS. , Subscription, $1.60 per annnm if paid within 12 months; $2.00 tf not paid within It month. Transient advertisements Inserted at 60 cents per inch iur each insertion. . Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line (or esch insertion. - Deductions will be made to (hose desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. ELECTION EETCRN3. The Spring Election, held on Tuesday a wck, resulted ia the election of the follow ing named persons ; . MirrtiNTowji Judge, F. W. Noble ( In spectors. John Ueck, J. W. Fasick ; School Director, J- W. Kirk, T. 1V Auker; Bur gess, G. W. Smith i Cciincil, WJ. Ilaines, Jscob SuloufT, George Jacobs, Sr., J. W. Keller, CVcrsecrs, S. H. Showers, S. D. BatefhuHi ; Assesor, J.N. Howe ; Assist ant Assessors, C B. Horning, John Buz zard; Auditor, John Etka; Constable, Sam uel Lapp. FcBHASAca Judge, Wm. McLaughlin; Inspectors, Mithiis Swartz. Job a S toner; :Scb...

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. — 1 March 1882

t'-ortjwallli- Bnckles. 1 am net quite sure of dates, but it wu late in the fall, I think, of 17T7, that a f waging party from the British camp in Philadelphia n ade a descent upon the farm of Major Rudolph, south of that ci y, at Darby. Having applied themselves well with provender, they were about to begin their return march, when one of the soldiers happened f espy a valuable cow, which at that moment unfortunately made her appearance in the lane IcaJing to the bars-yard, and poor Sukey was im- iwediaiely confiscated for the use of the comDaav. How this unfortunate caw happened to be the Dride of the farm, and was claimed aa the exclusive property of Miss Anne Rudolph the daughter of the house axed it years. Of course, do other ani mal on the estate was so important as this particular cow, and her confiscation by the soldiers could not be tolerated for a moment. So. Miss Anne made an impet uous dash for her recovery, bat finding the men deaf to her entreaties and the ser geant pr...

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. — 8 March 1882

J liiiwt raft , 11.,' lill, Will A' nrr VY Yv Ml B. F. SCHWEIER, THE OOISTITUTIOI-THE UHOl-AID THE EIFOSOE1CEIT OP THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 8. 1882. NO. 9. WU1 it he over to-day or to-morrow? Will It last tor a ttek, or a month or a year Taia tranoe that is Mitker a Joy nor a sorrow. This wilting that la But hope nor a fear? While I am waiting th. end draw near. It will come before I am dead aorae day ; Shall I feel, I wonder, when it ia here ? It coming Menu like got tig away. Ia It only that watching haa made me weary. And that being weary haa made me dream? Bat in dreamt the world ia not ao dreary. And In dreanu thingi arc not aa they seem. And indeed I am not tired yet, I have etrength to wait what ia yet to aee. What the h-Mir I know I will not lorgrt. The end of the watch that ia aet lor me. Ia It the end that haa ma4e me atrong, Lett I ear when it couiea It come too late ! Then till it cam. I should dad...

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. — 8 March 1882

it! If IEKTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. vYednwJaT, March 8, 1SS2. B. F. SUH WEI ER, BWTOa" AKD fSOraiKTOa. Tej Russian Nihilists Lave beeil sentenced to death. The Bi-Centennial Association num ber a membership of 830. Bcds cn peach trees down in Del a ware are pronounced as all right. Congress proposes to look into the Chili and l'eru question, bj investi gation. Hustkgdoh is not to have a peni tentiary; it is to be a Reformatory School The American poet Longfellow cel ebrated his 75th birthday on Monday a week. The Emperor of Germany will be 85 yearn old if he lives till the 22nd day of this month. Mr. Batard, of Delaware, has many friends among the Democracy for the Presidential nomination in 1SSL luz social evil Las become so strong in Toronto, Canada, that a society for its suppression has been i organized. President Arthur has nominated Batler B. Strang as United States Marshal of the Territory of Dakota. A good nomination. "A mas who received an insulting valentine at H...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 March 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOMTN : fTedaeadaj-, March , 1SSS. TERMS. 6uecripIion, $I.J0 per annum if paid nhin 12 nroutliaj $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cent per inch fur each insertion. Transit business notice in local col umn, itfcents per line lor each insertion. Deductions vrftl re fuede to those desiring to advertise by die year, half or quarter LONGFELLOW'S FIRST POEM. When our great poet was nine years old, his master wanted Lira to writ a composition. Little Henry, like all children, shrank from the undertak ing. Hts master said : "You can write word cEyou not t Yes," was Ihi reply. "Then you can put words together?" Yes, sir." Then," rili tbe master, "yon may take your slate and go out behind the school-house, and there you can find something to write about, and then you can tell what it is, what it is for, and what is to be done with it, and that will le a composition. Henry took his slate and went out He went behind Mr....

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 March 1882

BorrlbU Blta at Knlrwaa. The hall hid been evidently decked and garnished ; the lamps burned brightly in the cupola amid the golden balls acd oa trich epga; the MieikD was clothed in a rich silk robe of office and awe-inspiring green turban, aad a row of rush-aeated cane chairs were waiting to receive the expected visitors. In ten minutes 600 or 700 Arabs filled every inch of available space. The Sheikh Hamuda took his seat in the centre, surrounded by the musicians, and an old blind Aissaouia, guided by a little girl, came in gently from a side door and sat down beside him. The Aissaouia themselves occupied the whole spacs covered by the cupola. The aisles contained the Moslem spectators of the first religious rite ever witnessed by Christian eyes in the holy city of Kairwan. Among the Aissaouia i noticed gray bearded and decrepit old men, many sedate-looking shopkeepers I had previously seen in the bazaars, half a score of the Bey's soldiers and a dozen childrea under 12 years of ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 March 1882

g jpi fill. . II . 'SCH i B. F. BCHWEIER, TEE OOIBT1TUTI0I-THE TJHOI-AJD TEE EWOXODCEIT Of TEE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL: XXXVI. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. MAKCII 15. 1S82. NO. 10. A CENEBATIOIT BACK. We are apt to think of the present timet As tadlj out of Joint, To tick, and then toward agM past The reverend linger paint I Of model husbands, model wires, 9u we there ni ao lack Of BiaBnera, moral pride and worth, A feneration back ! The girli were modest, neat and fair. The oojh were brave and true t Titer labored on from sun to aon. With Joja and pleasorea few 1 The children went to bed at dark. And seemed to hare the knack Of being aeon and never heard, A generatien back And thas it U from age to age, And thus twill evei be ; The ecenee enacted long ago. With partial eree we see. Our offspring In the jean to come. Will tread the beaten track. And praise the conduct of tielr aires A generation back. KECDLE AND THREAD. "An old bachelor?" said Honors May ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 March 1882

lENTEfEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLLNTOWN. Wedaeaday, March 15, 188. W. F. SCHWEIEK, Borrow, aww- Tmvnima-.- Sxsatob Coo pes is rprs8cnted as a rark horse fur the nomination- of Governor. It is said that Germany and France have formed a treaty, offensive and defensive. United States Senator Bill Hill is reported aa dying of cancer on his tongue. There was an earthquake in Costa Rica, that destroyed (our towns, a day or two ago. The entire line for the Isthmus Panama canal has been " cleared" of trees and underbrush for a width of 30J yards. Rev. Hesby Tabd Beeches was seized with a fainting epell while de livering a lecture at Chicago one night last week. " The boring of the British chan nel tunnel has now progressed about 1100 yards under the sea. It is only beven feet in diameter. The Chinese want a treaty that will prevent Americans from entering China that is, one portion of the Chinese desire feuen a treaty. iila. Coxklino lias declined a posi tion on the Supreme Bench. The Preside...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 March 1882

Sentinel & republican MIFFLINTOWN : Wettaesday, Match 13, lags. TERMS. O Subscription, $1-50 per annum if mid within 12 months; $2.00 If not paid within 12 month. Transient advertisement! inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices tn local col tmn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. Letter from an Old Jacksonian Democrat of Greenwood Township. Near Seven Star Tavern, March 11, 1882. My Dear Mr. Editor : I bavcn't been down to the Stars in many nights, but I could not stay away this evening. Tis 10 o'clock now, rather late to write you a let tar; but you know tt'at Saturday night it my frrnt night, aid Sunday my great day lor rest. So it was with Old Andy. He was a great Saturday night man, and a great Sunday Christian. He was Scotch Irish, yon know, and the Scotch Irish and the Pu Titans are the greatest Sunday Christians on the lace of the earth. They g...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 March 1882

Diamond Cnt Diamond. About ten days ago an aged, tall and thin eentleican, with a trouty lee-, F out of an omnibus at Hurst's Hotel, St. Louis. He was registered as CoL Starr, of Missis sippi, and it was said that he was an im mensely wealthy Southern planter. He nt d a constant visitor to his room in the person of Syl Howard, who is well known around town among professional gamblers and the inference was that he was sitting up with the pr uty stranger to entertain sum aLd enrich biaiself with friendly games of draw poker. Syl Howard not only al lowed people to think in Mis way, nut ne occasionally vouchsafed a bit of informa tion, to the effect that the Colonel was an easy prey to anybody who had the slight est acquaintance witn t be game 01 poaer. This information he was zealous in Im parting to professional gamblers and lately be wi nt among them and offered not only to "otter" them against the planter, but to combine with anybody disposed to enter into a couibinatien against the...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 March 1882

llfi IliMttiil j?fe ail M'4WWWVl js&Iilidi WWW B. 7. BO HWEH2R, TEE 00IBT1T U T10I THE TJIIOI-AID THE EI70XOEXEIT 07 THE L1T8. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. MIFIUNTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 22. 18S2. NO. 11. THX FABXBKt ktAUGIlTEK. gD dwelt withii a.alt home, - model of tne grao, taTiiowB to oaltnre'a highest walks. Or fashion" place. A thuognttul flrt, so aweet and wine. With earnest lace and deep fraj eyes. The tanner' gentle daughter. rrom muni till eve the llul. maid U bui; at bar labor; the weeia and diuu, and feeds tii. hena. And never mind kr neighbor; o goiaip ever luteal to, lA m.nt rare, twe me and you!, Thua live, the fanner' daughter. i taklog day ker tlnjr hand Are ttWul at tb. making; Se bread more light aid aweet than nert Waa ever mxn bj baking, she eharn the butter, golden aweet. And keep the dairy .lean and neat, 1 b farmer bus; daughter. Her garden U an Eden fair. Abloom with pint and rone ; she know Ike name of every Bower, And make a...

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 March 1882

& REPUBLICAN MLFFLINTOWN. Wednesday, March 33, ISS3. B. P. SUnWEIER, anrroa aso raoraiKToa. Peesidext Abthtb U said to be a patient listener. "St. Patrick's 3ay in the morning" was celebrated by Irishmen in large towns last Friday. Rlpiibts have it that 85,000 people have bet-n made destitute by the over flaw of the MLsbissippi river. The Democracy are es full of the expectation of carrying the State as at any time within the past 22 years. A dispatch from the old world ears that the Nihilists have concluded to abandon their policy of assassination. Sensible once. Have you heard the news from Maine? The Republican Mayor of Bangor was elected by a majority of l.fJOJ, a gain of 900. Thbke thousand Cumberland, Md., cool miners struck last week, because the operators proposed to reduce their wages 15 per cent a ton. Reports from Europe by dispatch Are conflicting. One day it is said that war is inevitable, the next day peace is assuied. Who knows ? Joint M. Gkeer, of Butler, Pa., wi...

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 March 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : nedaeadar, Marcb 29. 1SS. TERMS. Subscription, SI -60 per annum if paid itbin,12 months; $2.00 if not paid within 12 BOBtb. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 (Mill per inch for each insertion. Transmit business notice in local col inn, 10 cents per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. . - . .- SHORT LOCALS. Sassafras tea. Children in Hmilingdon hare mea sles. Clearfield county has debt of $67,000. . . Trout may be caught on the first of ApriL Mrs. Turbett has returned from a visit to Ohio. Lime is scarce in this neighbor hood. So builders say. The business persimmon is alwavs knocked by advertising: Judge Elder proposes to bow spring wheat, as an experiment. A great interest The ladies' in terest in spring bonnets. All exchange papers report an un common number of deaths. J. C. Crawford has bee a appointed Post-master at Reed's Gup. The oldest lawyer of the Ter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 March 1882

Making Paper. TLe manufacture of paper pulp and paper ftoir common gTcsa is one of the latest novelties for which a patent has been obtained. Any of tbe common grasses found in tbe field, lawn or meadow may be used, and it is claimed that the green grass pulp produced from them may be manufactured into paper cf great strength and length of fiber, and possess ing tenacity, softness and inflexibility : and further, that this paper is even softer and more transparent than that made of linen. An advantage not to be overlooked is the one of economy, si ace one square foot of ground gives, in the whole year, from 0.7 to 1.5 of a pound of green grass, making from 30.402 to 65.340 pounds to the acre. A pound of green crass makes one-fourth to one-sixth of a pound dried equal to 17,979 pounds dried grass to an acre. Finally one pound of dried grass gives about one-third to oue-fnrth of a pound of fine bleached and finished paper, or 2,811 pounds of finished paper to the acre. Bo long as the ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 March 1882

II 4 V B. F. BCHWEIER, TEE OOXST1TUT10I THE TTJI05 JJTD THE EfTOBOEJfUT OP THE LAT3. Editor anil Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. MIFFIJNTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. MAKCII 29. 1SS2. N ). 2. to THE MIDNIGHT TRAIN. cn Uie luU and brooding- night A flint Die, with Anion light. And breaU ef wraataing- (mute ; Around him whirls the reoling plain. And with a 'ah of grim dllain. Ha claavas tli aundorrd roS. In loot! j swamp th low wind stirs Tba belt of black Itinera fin. That murmnr to th sky. Till startled by his mad career, Thej saeaiad lo keep a hash uf far, As If a god swept by. Through many a dark, wild aeart-of liaatn, O'tr bouming bridges, where beneaia A mighty river brawls; By rains, remnants af the past, Their ivies trembling In the blast ; By singing waiorialls. The siumbYer an his stent bed Turns to the light km lonely head. Divested of lis dream. Long leagues ot gloom are horned o'er. Through tnanel Shaaths, with Iron roar. And shrill, night-rending screain. Past hnddl a;...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 March 1882

SE5TINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLLNTOWN. Vfedaeadaf, March 29, 1S8& B. F. SCHWEIER, mrroB m rtopsirroc. Gcemast Las a population' of 45, 800,000. Tee crops in Kansar are reported as promising. The Democratis State Convention will meet at Harrisburg on J une 25. Two thousand men were killed last year while in the act of coupling cars. Jons BExxrsaHOFr, Bradford, Pa., millionaire, died a few days ago, aged 81 years. CoxKtixa is practicing law, and is n; longer a thorn in the flesh of the ofSce-seeker. Pleubo-pxeoioma, a lung disease, lias made its appearance among cat tle in New York State. Fbekidesx Abthcb gave a dinner for General Grant last Wednesday. Thirty-five guests were there. Rekts. according to Philadelphia pajicrs, have advanced considerably in the city of Brotherly Love. Tdbee hundred and fifty houses were deHtroyed by fire in Emod, Hun pary, a few days ago. Nine lives were lost. Os Monday a week, a Chicago ship owner agreed to ship 72,000 bushels of corn to Buffalo, N. ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 March 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN , OWN : ffedaesday, March 29. 1SS3. TERMS. ffnnption, flJVO per annum tf paid nHbin;2jooniha; $2.00 if not paid within II moaJW , Transient advertisements inserted at 60 rents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notice in local col Bmn, 10 cents per line far each inaertion. . Deductions ariil be mad? to thoae desiring to advertise by tbe ear, hair or quarter yur. - MARRIAGE AMONG PROMINENT JUNIATA PEO PLE, MAKOU 23, 18S2. At six o'clock last Thursday evening, March 23. IS&2, there was assembled a com pany uf two hundred and fifty ladies aud gentlemen in the sptciou mansion of James North, Esq.. in Patterson. AH thcold lani ilies io the county were represented, and gnests were there from more remote parts of the Stite. An orderly assembly of several hundred girls and twiya, with here and there a man and womsa in it, stood .ut in the street to catch a sight of the invited guests as they (iiiwd into the bouse, jl as no coiu non occ is!n...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 March 1882

Bait-Water Terrapin. The habitat of the aalt-wa'er Terrapin is extensive, it being found in tbe salt water marshe along tbe coast from tbe east eiid of Loos Island to Texas. It easily distinguished from tbe other varieties of tbe family eajdoidae. Its upper shell is oval, and is covered with many plates. which are deeply impressed with numerous - lines, umng a rouizh and uneven appear ance. 'l"hey are of a dull Bah brown color. sometimes approcbing black, unequal in size and varying m shape, some being six- sided, a few oblong, while others are tri angular; thus tbe local name of "Diamond- back" haa been given to the salt-water terrapin in tbe vicinity of Baltimore, The under shell is smooth, and varies in color from reddish orange to pale yellow. Its neck Is short and thick, aiid the bead and limbs are of a dark brownish color.covered with black spots. This brief description will suffice for the terrapin found on tbe range from Montauk Point to tbe Florida Keys, but on rounding tbe...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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