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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 May 1882

t. . 5 ' ft. At t; V 1 B. 7. SOHWEIEE, THE O0IHT1TUTI0I-THE HMOS AID TEE EIF0K0E1CEIT OF TEE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. I f i VOL. XXXVI. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. MAY 0. 1882. NO. 8. I 1 s. . i. ! liiiafi Mil II TBI LAST OOD BIGBT. y4 u'.g at, my 1ot: Tae waj Is tark For tkee and mas e)alj a ami !e sup beroad Can auaer m. Oar Detas diverge nay, do aot weee, ttud kuewets beat ; tki ae good a: (HI aid let me t-lp, I long to r a.11 werlds are Hla who caraa for u; 'Twara sweat, daar leva. To go lof tl'irr froia thia koma To lost above. But all oar BaTee!y rathar'i ways are aural rtthl: In Ufa or dn:k, wa il trust la Bin. So. love, io-d aifbt. Still I am taine and tnou art mrne In kraraa aa Here; MetalnU me veil will not be tfcick Between at, dear. Taos will come soot.: Work wkile 8a day. And aenre tne rigst; Remembet that I wait for tnee Dfar lore, rood mrkt, IDOlMia fiords IFHODI. I am an old nuud, ami lire iu a sec ond rata boarding-house, and probably the wor...

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. — 10 May 1882

HKTIKEL & REPOBLICAli MIFFLIXTOWX. Wednefldar, Mar lO, 1SS9. F. SUIIWEI.ER, SDITOa AKO PBOFIIETOt. An PaonrnmoKTST? are organ izin, hi North Carolina. 3for half the tconla of Xew Tort City attend church. T3 Republican State Convention meets to day at Hjirisburg. Tin weather was freezing cold in this and York State last Wednesday. Th law creating the whipping post in Virginia, has been abolished. Tiis records of the Grand Army of the Republic reveal a membership 4-f 85,000. Tazna will be 12 contested seats in the Democratic State Convention sooji to meet Thz duty on potatoes brought lo this couatry from across the sea u locta per bushel. Constitutional amendment Asso ciation people are holding public meetings in 1'erry county. Dowx iu Phili Jelphia. a family ate an over dose of pork, took sick, and the learned doctor called it "tri china. The Russian government is getting down to business on the question of the Nihilists some 300 have been ar rested. Scit ha? been brought against...

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. — 10 May 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : ffedflay. May 10, ma. TERMS. Subscription, $1.60 per annua if paid wKhia IS month; $2.00 If not paid within IB mouth. Transient edvertisemeaU inserted at 60 eewts per inch for each insertion. Transient busioees notice la local col hd, 10 cents per lina for aaoh insertion. ter. Prductious will ba made to those deairioe ta advertise by the year, half or quarter SHORT LOCALS. Snake stories. New subscribers. Looking for the comet Woman ia the idol of man. ilacbine ageuts a'-e plenty. G. to Heck's for plow shoes. SiinSower seed is ia demand. Flow shoe at Keek's for $1.00 Commercial travelers are plenty. Sleet fell at Fremont on Saturday. Plow shoes for everybody at Heck's Children in iliHeratovrn have meas lei. Tho population of Huntingdon is Cresson will roceivo guests June 2mL It is said May is to be dry and ccol. J. M. McDonald is enlarging bis stable. A sn.3w storm visited Richfield on Saturday. Kennedy and Doty driva a stylish wagon. Ki?h5cld ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 May 1882

Tbe Cav t-afea. The bone and implements of tbe Care men are found In association with re mains of the reindeer and bison, tbe arctic fox, and mammoth and tbe wooly rhinoceros). Tbey are found in great abundance in Southern or Central Eng land, in Belgium, Germany and Switzer land, and in every part of France; but nowhere as yet have their remains been ojtcowwl touth of the Alpsard Pyrenees. A diligent exploration of the rleistocene caves of England and France, during the Dtst twentv Tear, has thrown some lieht uin their mode of life. Xot a trace of do4 rv has been found anywhere asso- r-mipd with their remaina. to that it is suite clear that the Cave-men did not make earthenware vessels. Burnt clay is a peculiarly indestructible material, and when it has once Deen in existence " sure to leave plentiful traces of itsalf. Mcat was baked in tbe caves by contact with hot stones, or roasted before the blazinir fire. Fire may have been ob tained tv fiction between two pieces of woxi. or b...

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. — 17 May 1882

H 3 u :? il v -.- i . ! ,1 B- T. SCHWEIER, THE GOKbTlTUTlOI THE TUnOS-ASD THE XHTTOBOEIfEST OP THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXYI. MIFFIJNTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. MAY 17. 1S82. NO. 19. mM'tf H If Sffilf Al'LD JLtO. TREE. There grow an ash bj my boor dour. An 1 a' IM boughs ar buskil braw la falnti wrU o' a. aimer trcn, Anl binlsait ainiring an tbem a'. But eease )our saua, J blubesame Mru, An' C four ht'ln' let me be, T bring uettl simmers f roe their gra'-. Tu wear j me. to weary me I Tbere grow an ash by my boar dour. And a its boostbs are dad In snaw ; Tae k-e-drap Blags at ilka twig. And sal the nor" wind souths thro a', on, cene toy mane, t&on nurlan' wind. And o' tby wailm' let me be : V Don trin-t deld winters (rae their grave To weary me, to weary me ! oh, I wad fain forxcl them a: Keiucmber'd god bat deepens ill. At gleidi o lieht far sen by nk-ht Mak' the near mirk but oilrker stUL Than silent be, thou d ar old trea, u a' thy tuk-w let me be ; ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 May 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN. Weelncadar, May IT, iggg, F. SCHWEIEIt, serroa -d rBorairroa. REPUBLICAN TICKET. STATE. For Governor. Gas. James A. Bcavkk. F or Judge of the Supreme Court, W. Hrmet Rawle. For Lieut. Governor, W. T. Daws. l or Ssc'jr of Internal Jffair,, Jons M. Gbies. For Congrenman-at-large, ThO. M. UlBSnALL. Thbri Egypt is prospect cf a war in Pbesidixt Arthur new Chinese bilL has signed a Thb Aflti-Monopoly tendinr out documents. The wife of W. W. Hensel editor of the Lancatier Inldligtncer died a few days ago. TnK State Mecticai Societr met t iitusTUle last week. 200 members were present. Tuocsocps of Chinamen come to British Columbia; they will soon outnumber the whites. Dakwix said Man is the onlv bo hig of the animal creation that abuses the female of his race. Thi European communists are all infidels. They say the God of Moses I was too much of a boss. A rulroap company desires to run a railroad through the Indian terri tory. The Indians say 'no." A c...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 May 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, Hay IT, 18S2. TEKXS. Subscription, $1.60 per unam if paid within 12 months; $2.00 if not paid within 12 month. Transient advertisement inserted at 50 ccM per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col rjnia, 10 cents per line (or each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring Co advertise by ths year, half or quarter rear. SHORT LOCALS. Court Politics. A wet May. Fish stories. Go to cliurck Hay is scarce. lteaper agents. Beaver is a lawyer. Head the platform. Late corn planting. Beaver is a stalwart. Plenty little peaches. Ten up the bad cows. Lightning rod agents. Beaver will bo elected. Flour from Minnesota. Braver is a Grant man. Beaver is a Republican. Ring and yoke the hogs. Beaver is a citizen soldier. Beaver is a Cameron man. Beaver is a public speaker. "Simons sells good harness. Tobacco buyers are scarce. Beaver is a church member. Coal boxes are about empty. Horse buyers are still plenty. B...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 May 1882

I m Sarah t:iMilinrH'a ffnftu.a't. Fiti tint 'ire H'i'm fulfil from time to titn trt go tiff ut tttiifjptil, ntiit to alarm gti'tvlut ntut iiitllff folk. Wuhifrt )t p'f.lti Lute timl)r la-oti fi-jotmeJ fot JoitlR b l!,l tlilllpH illicit trt'tP bit fift !Mi t,f tivtii; ami but the tii'ttntis nint tutiitrii? Niit-iti-the thitt tl'ti!il tii-Hf ttlm Inn tik"ti t'lfotip tt n'oiitt KiHiln t!i" ht live im- lit. h h" In!.., Hint im hMtth-il I l"ll!!f! tli'I'l U !f tire-.i tittle Hkt IflH In., li i , c'.-t,...i It' Itl lift- ttil-i.li'tllijt fH)"lt't- ..'tot Itli't M'"i"tH j. ItiJ-lt to ( :i v.- I.HrtH I 1 1 1 4 te-if liI,, W'nl t ltti pi t ("it htl it bmlflt til I'Ut nil it it'.tn t'li' lilnnij.li Mill tin' Mini. I In I'M . l, -It lila lul In tnta Nlitilta I.. -l I.. ,t I!., tint h.IiHU tin' 'it- tl' " I I l 11 It. (J III f 1 1 MM iIM'.l ttilll Mi l i,i-i., ..i i, 1 1 li 11,11 pIimiIU tillt 'nt t.t Mil limil Ilm t nlt.-.l HI til t. It I" "'I It'll! (I ' l"'l I'.lrltll'H ,.it.,., tl I' f , I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 May 1882

;t id iHBk ail i B. F. BCIIWEIER, TO COISnTUTIOI-TFE UHOI-UB TEE OTOIOIMEIT OF TEX LAT3. Kd.:or icJ Provr.e:or. VOL. XXXVI. MIITUXTOWX. JUNIATA COUNTY. PKNNA.. WEDNESDAY. MAY -M. 1SS2. i If rmlL HMtttlK Oi. (AM. vv crv .u.uj:m Jol i g j lu sea Al..- . J". 1 Srs-ia U.&t aia. i'vL' .-- jr iiiua ia .ro.tmg, fcu'. .i.lir f llua t ; --.LI- -!c la of. M-rrl J u., u l wtaial ait I.i ue.r . -r.aa ur-va y, AL 1 -U.i e W Iiel- Ver J m 'v. 1;T !.!: 'II 1 loll lire to-ni'.ITo--AU'l Hi'.. ues 1 to-JU For ti u ifu tiouna- burrow . ou l:.u-I l-t-c! to pjtf : I: 1 i y'--i oiJ u.aim v it ;j .:.ouii iw of'.fli ri heil -l'.in t cr tnr nn e licfora vou I n:i; it.- nri'c- ib raactivnj, c nc-ii lie -i.ard muc!) a ifmiut It yiu nuu u nar in imul '1 he i!ml:h 1:11 i;ooJ aud evli Alt- a.a tl'-rt- rouili.msl. 'J ki re u.u-t he a lUHt.unx raiiu.if. Alii ttru)i you ro.l in a:tb. You mi- troai out jour casket 'ia preelvil- Jewel tira.!irt An 1 tJiouyh you're strong ainl k:uM, You may uaw an r uii'y mr -Ale....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 May 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICS MIFFLINTOWN. Wednesday, May 24, 1882. KniTOB ASD PBOPIIKTOK. The bosses are defiant. The Temperam-e people are hope fulL Tresidext Ar.TiicR, lived in Kansas in I85i. Tap. Republicans are marching on to victory. Tcs Greenbackers Ftick to their niouoy heresv. The iron business is in a flatten cause, no market The fusioniHta or jockeys are de nounced on all sides. Gkave-takd insurance officers are lead cocks in the pit, in politics. Mrs. Vandebbilt's chief cook gets Sf7,0'J0 per year; good for the cook. Thomas A. Abmstroso, of Fittsburg, is the Greenback candidate for Gov ernor. Boston" has a sensation in the ap plication of a preacher's wife for a livorce. The Democratic State Convention will ba huld on the 2Sth, of June, at Harrisburg. Ths Independents hold their State convention to day 'Wednesday in Philadelphia. The l'rebbyterian General Assem bly, B3 convened at Springfield, Iii-, lust week. Tub New York Tribune building has beta mortgaged for $1011.000, f...

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. — 24 May 1882

1 t"S MIFFLINTOWN : We4aedaj. Way ifc. TEttMS. ubf-rijrfiue. f 1 -50 T-"v nm rf .i 12 trot ths; if iut j,aid i:liia drrt;enwnt rsw-rted at 50 , r jt -r tin !i "i r.-wh liiwtuun. 1ri i-'-'t t-jiir-'M tici:e t m local col v.iiin, criiti jt iior tor eab inw-i-tiou. Ivdacnous i'J be made t tW.- dcMring To mirrrtue by the yetr, Lilt or ijuarler SHORT LOCALS. LjUg liJ8. Great show. Grass butter. n.):iJ making. White muckers. A great circus. Late com planting, h'unfiowers iu bonnets. Grout's age is CO years. Cjuuterfeit silver dollar. Tlic apple crop will be large Canilklates are prospecting. Suadowt-rs will be all the go. The dogs are muzzled in Altoona. The stores are fall of new things. Terracotta w jrksfor Huntingdon. Bi-avtr had an ovation at Bellfonte. Ojrn is in tassel down in Georgia. The Independents seem to be hap- nr AU the county will be hereon show day. Last woe's Lewistown had 4 wed- liurs. New grapes in Now York at 3 a pound. The r.g baby at Horrisburg was cot Luge. The Ja:u...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 May 1882

' ;" -i . t ' I : " I ' j M i-1 H Mb A Murnrw Fat. Albert HickeraoD, the Insane murderer now cocflaed in ail awaiting the action of Judge Laagulin, at Louisville, U mourning toe loss of hi pet and companion, which death stole from him a few days ago. LaH winter Bickersoa was seized with an aberration of the mind while drinking in the Golden Lion saloon, at the northeast corner of Seventh and Pine streets, and drawing a revolver, fired et his friends, fatally wounding one and seriouslr shxt inx another, lie was committed to jail, where his q icer actions have always ex cited tbe attention of the other prisoners. Though given the liberty of the door rim his locai cerat ion, he availed himself little of the privileges. His voluntary and steady coufinement, even duiing the exer cise hour, excited the curiosity of tbe in mates of murderers' row nd the jul guards, who watched him closely and dis covered the cause of the secrecy. He bad caught a small mouse in his eel), and was engaged in ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 May 1882

; 1 t B. T. SCHWEIKR, THE OOaUTlTUTlOI TEE UHOI-AID THE HT0E0EXE1T OF THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. MIFFUNTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENN A.. WEDNESDAY. MAY 31. 1882. NO. 21. -LI1"'1 ' Z lUt LOVE OF AX llONESV MAX. There's many a thing that tne maiden wish A thej Journey aiong to life. As the-y take """ I" ,n Hl bo"T world, A ail share In its care and atrtre ; rerhaps they wish for a oofcj house, Willi the furniture spick and span lint to crown the whole they can the moat, Fur tbe lure of an honeat man. ei. pretty maidens, where'er Ton are. In paiat-e or humble cot. Whether your life U fair or aright, r ial and toil your lut. Whither your name Is Flora May, tirhomeJy Mary Ann, Yuu win te In luck If yon win the lore The love of an honest man. ', a ma) Jen mar prize her diamond set, ir dresses of latest style : or luft-ibit a home of costly build, V H h carets of Telvat pile ; ltut the greatest blessing in woman'a life Let her pun it while now ahe can Hum n r goivWn leaks, t...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 May 1882

JE5TINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. Wednesday, Way 31, las a . b. fTITcJIuv eTeiL " KDITOR AXD PIOPKIKTOK. Thomas M. Mabshaix, has with orawnnia name aa candidate for Congressman at large. He was nom inated by the Harrisburg Republi can Convention. George Lear, who was .Freaident of the Har risburg convention that nomina ted Marshall Bays that, a new convention must be called to nomi nate a man in place of Marshall, re signed. He says that the State Committee have no right to fill up a wckei, wnen part oi toe ticket re signed. It is an usurpation on the part of a committee to make nomi nations unless the committee be formed for the purpose, and the State committee was not formed for that purpose. Lear is fundamen tally correct State committees and county committees have no' rkrht whatever to withdraw the namW.'M candidates regularly nominated, and -set up whomsoever they please un less tney have such authority del egated expressly by the people of the party at the primary electio...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 May 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN : WedaMday, Mar SI, 133. TERMS. Subscription, U0 per annnm if pud within 12 month; $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisement inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per lino for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. SHORT LOCjJLS. Measles. Confused politics. Whooping cougb. Where is the comet Moonshine and loTers. Bloomfield has a dog poisoner. "Next Monday will be show day. Light frost last Friday morning. "The 4th of July comes on Tues day. President Arthur, gets COO letters a day. Corn is showing itself above ground Jacob Sulouff has put a new roof on his house. Scolding ia the back yard is called "garden sass." Another thirty days and Guiteau will be in . George Smith, has replastered the inside of his house. L3t Sammer's drought did not till the potato bugs. "Net fishing is prohibited from Jun...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 May 1882

M her Amber I Found. A rtrrespondcnl says, it ws not alto gether business, nor was it wholly the parsuit of pleasure, that ted us to visit the amber producing country on the Baltic. Amber is unique in on respect, namely that ti.e finding of it involves two opera tic rs o'.herTifo peculiar to mining and pearl fishing. At various distances from Ibe shore were anchored as many as twen ty eoed-siztd boats, and these, we learned, were engaged in fishing for amber. The Commercienrath signal quickly brought a dingey to snore, aud were carried to one of the boa's. Only one diver was fishing for amber. The Commercienrath signal quickly brought a dingey to shore, and we were carried to one of the boats. Only one diver was fisuing from this boat, but the task of supplying him with air kept two men busy at tbe nir pump. A signal from the overseer brought the amphibious one to the surface, with his little bag of amber but as he had little luck, he soon returned to tbe depths. Hawing to an -other...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 June 1882

Iiiiii B. T. SCHWEIER, THE OOIBTITUTIOI-TEB UHOI-AID THE UTOEOEXEBT 01 THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA-. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 7. 1SS2. NO. 22. V TUE DOLLARS OF OIK DAD. &h : now we made 'em fly, Tom, With every chanca we had, W&cn jou uid I were Jolly boys The dollars of our dad, Tom, Th dollar of our dad. Wood Silver and full weight, Tom, Sot one of 'em was bad ; And oh. what bliss they used to bring, - The doi:ar of our dad ! And whether few or many, Tom, They always mH us glad ; But with those hanpy dais are gone The dollars of our dad. And now la eedy gar". Torn. Both you and 1 an clad. And wn!i: we could scoop again The d diars of our dad. lint aii in vain the wish, Tom, Sine we are old and sad, With hungry Mouths that clamor for The dollars of fJirrdad. Hut we shall ns'er forgrt, Turn, The Jolly days weTe had. When jou and I so gaily sneut The dollars of our dat. MT TKAMr OF THE CTPUl'B SWAMP, I am Rate. Of course I can tell m...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 June 1882

ilKTIKEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLLNTOWN. Wedaeftday, Jana 7, 1S83. F. SCHWEIER, cmtob jxd raopKirroB. He tvr forest fires prevail in the pine forests of Michigan. Tee straight ont Greenbackers of N. J. have put a ticket in the field. Tee Democracy are anxious and are wuiaug for eomething to torn up. Gexihal Beavkb. was in Lancaster eonnij all last week working np his caut6. Tiiere are just as many Polyga- znietd coming to this country now, i ! os ever onioie. i'miaaoipmans nave struelc a 2.0JO Larreis-a-day oil well, near Warren, and are happy. They propose to slart a glass ciingle f:ict"jry in Pittshnrg. A Jionse shingled with glass would be proof against lightning. Dr. Hoffman, a Quincy, EL, editor, was set upon by turee citizens, and fillet so seriously that his kfo is de spaired ol. Ten days bail was re quired in the fuji oi $2oJ,03J. A MONixsa in human form, in Pe oria, 111., strangled twins that his wiTs bore him. lie strangled them in the cradle and then burried cradle and all,...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 June 1882

EESTim & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wdnfrdfty, jane 7, 1SS. TERXS. Siilwriton, $1.50 fr annum if paid Hti u !i oivviihs; 2.Ui U uot paid wtiuiu j iri'tii;i.. Tt.:hh t adt-eriMtemcnts tiinerted at 60 tvatl er rriih iur each 11 .er'.ioii. 'ir-iiiMt-Bt bushiest notice in local col Basil, 10 cent l-r line lor each insertion. Deductions will bo nude to those desiring advertise by the year, half or quarter year. SHORT LOCUS. Thomas C Cooper, Chairman of the Harritiburg Republican SUte Committee) has called the ConYen tioa to re-convene at Ilarrisburg for the purposa of nominating a caudi date for Conpress-uian-at large, in ptae of ILirskul resigned. The Con vaiiiion i.-i to re-convene Wednesday Joae '2.1 1882 at 12 o'clock noon. People in certain parts of Perry county, have been troubled with cat tie runniirj at large on the road. A citizen of the county writes in regard to the subject, and publishes his article in the Newport .Yeuw as fol lows. The question whether domestic anima's sho...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 June 1882

An OM Monastery KMf Venice. A correspondent from V enice in 4 recent letter f&vs : Soon the iron prow of the gondola 1 running against tbe stone en trance of St. Lazuiis. Hundreds or year aeo Venice used tbe island as a place of refuge for lepers, who came from the East, and hence its name, for that saint is suriDcsrd to be the special patron or those afflicted .ith leprosy. In April. 1715, a boat left a caller which was anchored in tuis very lagoon, having the standard of of St. Mark at its head. When u readied the si. re, MeKinthar, the famed Armenian priest, and eleven companions, stepped out These were fleeing from the perse- cutiocs they had undergone in Constanti nople, and came to ask the protection ot tbe Kenulriio. inev were Kinuiy received, and in lea than three years after the sen ate gave them the Isle of St. I-azarus ana its buildings fwever. lutse lauer were, however, niostlr in nil us. and bad not been used for more than a hundred years, as the disease for which t...

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