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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 June 1882

Sep B. 7. BCHWBIBB, TEE 00I8irrUT10I-TZZ UIIOI-An TEE S3T7010E1CER 0? THE LATB. Editor and Proprietor. TOL. XXXYI. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 14. 1882. NO. 23 WHY JiOTT "Is it wren to kiss?" asked a timid maid Of the animmerlng unds that border the Ceep. But bo answer aha tut rare the wavelet, plarad A roundelay gay as thej kissed her feet. sue asked the sua bat he only turned His saucy face from the eastern sky, Aad kissed her cheeks till they fairly burned. And a tear of vexation dimmed her eye. She asked t).e wind as II came from the south The self same question. '1 he answer came. Fur a zephyr sprang up and kissed her month And rulii, red lips till they seemed aflame. she a-ked a youth who chanced alonr. And the mora! question was solved in a trice; 1T he answered : -oh, maiden, it may be wrong Buf here he r roved it "it's very nice!" If sea and sun and ft south wind kiss uniiii k-steu hy bolt or ban, V here the heart is eager and lips and n-ind Are not...

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. — 14 June 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MLFFLINTOWN. Wedaeaday, Juaa 14, 1S83. 8. F. SCHWEIER, aorroa aid raoFatrroa. Thx crop promi.se from Ireland is good. What the politician "sets up" the people will dispose of bj their votes. Joseph Long of Fayette township is Belling ground lime stone as a fer tilizer. , It is reported that 35 lodges of Indians in Dakota, are reduced to the point of starvation. A risic is predicted on the grounds of over-production and the balance of trade being against us. James G. Blaine, has declined to become a canUiuate for Con-n-ebsinan at-laie in the state of ILuue. On Tuesday, yesterday, Repub licans tiuit lavor the .fiiudeipnia ticket held a rturicaUon uieetiag at Pittsburg. Giuxau is fiul of hope that Presi dent Arthur wiii jiuUwn nun. He aow ib willing to Lure pieaciiers pray with, and fur him. It is reported that Secretary of State Freiinghuyscn will u-naer his resignation to t'resid. nt Ariuoi'. lie does not enjoy the oiik-e. liENhY V. OuviX, Jrn of Pitts burg ...

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. — 14 June 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, Jane 14 ,188 a. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum if paid within 12 months; $2.00 if not paid within 12 tuontho. Transient advertisement inserted at 60 cents per inch lor each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deduction will be nidu to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. Thomas C. Cooper, Chairman of the Hinisburg Republican State Cocitnitlee h:is called the Conven tion to ro convene at Harrislmrg for the put pose of nominating a candi date for Congress-ruan-at large, in place of Marshall resigned. Tiie Con vention is to re-convene Wednesday, June 21st, 1882 at 12 o'clock noon. MEETING or GERMAN .BAPTISTS. "The German Baptist church holds a conference ur us it ia more generuily termed Annual Meeting every year beginning on the 1st Tuesday after Peutacost, wiiicu usiiiiily continues from 3 to 4 days. The present season the Annual Meeting was hel...

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 June 1882

Pack's Son. A young fellow who Is pretty smart on central principles, and who if always in good humor, went into a Chicago store the other morning hirping and seemed to be broke up generally, i'be proprietor asKed hiui if he wouldn't sit down, and be said he couldn t Tery well, as his back was lame. Beseemed discouraged and the proprietor asked him what was the matter. "Well," said he, as be put bis hand on his nistol Docket and groaned, 1 here is no encouragement for a boy to have any fun nowadays. 11 a boy tries to play an inno cent 1Ke he gets kicked all over the house." The store-keeper asked him what had happened to disturb his hiUvity. lie said he plaved a joke on his father and had teen limping ever since. You see, I thought the old man was a little spry You know he is no spring c licken yourself, and though his eyes are not what they used to be, yet he can see a pretty girl luriher than 1 can. The other day 1 wrote a note in a fine Land and ai'dretsed it to him asking him to...

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 June 1882

T'?C - - - ,, , -,ai , . , . . ' t . - . B. T. BOHWSISB, TEE OOSST1TDT10I-TH UHOI AID TEE CTmOHOTT Of TEE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 21. 18S2. NO. 24. ONLY. Only a ImUij, kissed c&reseed. Gently held to mothers breast. Ouly a child, Totldiiiifr along. Brightening now lis nappy home. Only a twv, Truljriue to school. Governed now by sterner rule. Only a youth. Living in dreams Full of promise life now seenu. Ouly a man, . Hauling with life, Shared in now by loving wife. only a father, liur-ltued with rare, silver threads in dark brown hair. Ooly a pray bean). Toddling again. Growing old and full of pain. only aniouiKl, O'ersrown with grass, Uri aui unrealized rest at last. A M.VrFY MOVE. Viva, dear, it's getting near tlio first of May!" And gentle Mrs. Eayiier laid down the cont that was perpetually lieconiing clliowiets, and looked across the laiup lit table with anxious eyes. 'Yes, luiiiutua, I know," a triile we...

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 June 1882

25THTEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. WeAasesAar. ! 1S. B. F. SCn WEI ER, ass riorutToi. Tn prowmg corn in Illinoia is is Skid to be backwar J. LansMoxurs Philadelphia. Domo cnU knock each othor down. Obdus are already coming in from cross the sea to buy no wheat Kxw Texas oats sold in the St Louis market last week at 5jJts in hulk, per bdshc-1, and CSoU. per bush is ek. A KraBM of ?ovtmnu nt officials ro'uf-e to uj asse:uerjU for politi cal purposes, they say that the mon ey is pr ncraliy given to committee Eiea who use it for themselves. A lAJtTT of strikers in Cleveland Ohio, arretted a rasa that they did cot like on the chure f carrying ecocraied weapons. But when ho qualified tlit he carried a revolver to protect hiinsdlf fr am assaults from strikers, Le vcs admitted. Senator CxMOtor. hiri that he will ceit'.icr i.wur or alarm as to what he said on tha tariff question at Phila- Jeip.'iia, so the question is still open. A number of Lis friends ar both ,wcariii,' f.rd affirming t...

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. — 21 June 1882

iSKTiXEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN i OWN: TRKBS. Cmboiptirt. tl.60 per annua if paid within 12 month. . KM) If not paid iUiin U nxutas. TnMnsl adTcrtwaents ineered at 60 ceets yt r inch tr each insertion. TnuMt business notices in local col CBia, 10 Cents per line tor each insertion. fjed'ictioiia will bo made to tbuad desiring t advertise by Cio year, kali or quarter year. Thomas C. Cjopor, Chairman of the Hanis'ourg JLiopubiican Statu Committoe has c tiled the Conven tion to ro-coiiveiiw at Harrieburg for the purpose of nominating a candi date for Congress-man-at large, in place of ilirs'aall reHigued. The Con tention i to re-conveno Wednesday, Jane 21, l$t-2 at 12 o'clock noon. NOTES TRIP TO LEWISBUKO. Last ThorsJay m'tcrruysn a citizen tf Lewisbiirg Union cocntj said to tlio wn'.er. "It w not t;ery town in I 'ennsvivaiiia tnai cm l'o back 10 uclii cleur record ol historical inci deirtf, and Indian tmiSe, and tragedy, as Lewisburg and BurTulo Talley. He then rolated a r.uu.br of I...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 June 1882

The United futae. If people suppose the United Stales are going licbiod lu the great race of the worfd they are rrilslnken totally mistaken. The official fV'-ses place the United States ahead of alt ether nitUong, not od't in the aggregate arrhual itroduct of its industry, butafb7 ahead of any other nation in the annual product of its manufacturers (in cluding flour), anirJ.atoe-in "at tarrying trade. In the carrying trade," the I'muxTfctates are let down a8" earning S'j0.Ouo,000. airainst $05,000,000 by GreM llniain. 1310,00,000 by France and J345.0O0.OO0 by Germany. We as- un.e orf-rtie face of these figures that the tatrnis "on-Tvine trade as here used cover carrying byTaud and; river as well as by lake and sea. and domestic as well a foreign. Bid-if so. the statement of the "commerce" of the United States in the same tuiAc should be limited to the "for-cunfcommeret-ouly. as only under tha! limitation, would the "commerce" of the United Statrt stand at f 1.505,000,000, against $3...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 28 June 1882

B. F- SCHWEIKR, THE C0I8TITUTI0I-THE UIIOI AID THE EHOEOEHEIT OP THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 2S. 18S2. NO. 25. BE GENIUS WITH TUT WIFE. Be pentie ; for too little fcaow How man; trials rise. Although to thee they may be small. To her of giant size. Be gentle! though perchance that lip May ppeak a murmuring tone. The heart may beat with kindness jet. And Joy to I thine own. Fe gentle ! weary hours of pain 1 is woman's lot to bear ; Then yiell her what support thou caiist. And all her sorrows share. He gentlel for the noblest hearts At times may have some grief. And even In a pettish word May seek to cud relief. Be gentle ! I T nnklnriness now May roue an angry storm. That all the after years of life In vain may strive to calm. Be gentle : none are perfect ThouTt dearer far than life; Then, husband, bear and still tortear Be gentle to thy wife. as Vmt a:iother artful Lim on. i stratagem to lure took the pale, sweet ...

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. — 28 June 1882

lEiNTiNEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFUNTOVTN. wTtydacfldsy, Jan. ?9, 1SS2. B. F. SCHWEIER, tMTO XD rtnrttCTQB. It is a sonroe of rogret that the Hermtrorg Republican convention when it met last week did not send the juostion of nomination back to the people. Such a course wonld hare checked the Independents to a great d agree from extending their organizations in the respective coun ties of the State. It looks now Terr much as if they purpose organizing in every county. Here in Juniata there are quite a numbor of them, and they are talking about putting a county ticket in the field. As to whelaer the ticket will end in talk or whether a ticket will in fact be rre-t sent! to the ittonle for their .,ff. rage in Jauiata, time will tell. Blum's houu in Washington cost foCOJO a 8'im as largo as tnat paid for the building of tha Court House in this place. A srxsiB of coal rornpauies in the anthracite region tiavo informed their men that after the lit of July their wages shall be increased 10 ji...

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. — 28 June 1882

&KTIKEL& REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN 10WN : WeAnendav;, June 2S ,1B. TEEMS. gabKcHptloo, $1.60 per annum if Mid svitbin 12 moo Oi $2.00 if sot paid witulo j months. Trsuo?i-tit advertisements Inserted at CO cents I inch tor eaoii insertion. f ruibieat business notices in local col ron, 10 cents per line for each insertion. jX-d'JCticiiS will be mad w those desiring to adrertiso bjr the year, half or quarter yrr. SYOir LOC.1LS. The Teachers of the PresbvtArmn Sabbath school, held a pic nic at Macadunia last Friday. If Dr. Banks keeps adding to hi collection of living animals, it will not w iuuy uu ne m nave acquired a regular menagerie. The latest acqui sition is a large coon that was cap tured in the wilds of Delaware township. Thaddeus Walter, ged about 6 years, a son of Samuel Walter, of Milie-rd township, broke bia left tbigb, involving knee j'.iut, bj falling oat of a hole in tbe stable, through which manure u thrown into tbe yard. Dr Crawford at tended to tbe injuries of tbe boj...

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. — 28 June 1882

Scotch Funerals. Everybody knows that there is no ser vice at llie prave yard in Scotland, al though the clergyman under whom the deceased "sat" is often, indeed usually, present. The hs's of those in attendance may be taKen nil the moment after they have lowered the coffin into the grave just for an instant. bu even this is not always the case. This habit of durensins: wih religions ezcicises had it9 origin, noboubt, in the Scotch horror of doing anythine that might give a color to the charge of following the Koman Catholic fashion cf prsyiug tor the dead. The leading of a chapter of the Eible and a short prayer in the houe before tlie cor'.cze seta cut for the churchyard is the sole religious ser vice, and the prelnninati"S to this are sometimes of a kind to raise the idea that care is taken to disconnect it from the peculiar circumstances of tne occasion. That terrible scourge, the cholera, which visited the couutry in 1832, eave a fatal blow to the bacchanalian orgies with which...

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 July 1882

lil fit B. T. BCHWEIER, TEE O0S8TITUTI0I-THE UHOI-AID TEE EITOBOEKEHT OP TEE LATTS. Editor and Proprlto. VOL. XXXVI. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNT V. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. JULY 12. 1SS2. NO. 27. SAD. YET GLtl). un I IIl on earth, so brlifU ana fur It was fair to thee I beat my nanus in wild despair I am sad (or thee. W hen I see its sorrows. Us woes anJ pains, Anl know thou art free, Deaih was mjf loss, but your great gain I am g'.ud for thee. - Memory holds thee so bright and sweet, sjo loving to me The ready hands, the willing feet I am sad for thee. A woman's life, with its woes and pains, Is spared to thee ; H y eyes are Wind with sorrow's rains. But, Oh ! how glad for thee! 1 miss you I miss you, my own little girl, That was t vt-r w.lh me ! I loug, how 1 long for my beait's pure pearl ! And am sad for thee 1 '1 lien o.me to my soul the sweetest refrain! From sorrow, from sorrow all free," And I murmur again. In passionate pain," Hilad oh ! glad for thee V hki: l.tssox. Lily, this tt...

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 July 1882

I ii i ii amymn n,a mi i ii iu i ttSTISEL & REPUBLICAN MLFFLLNTOWN. Wedaei4ay, July 19, IS89. B. F. SCHWEIER, GcrrEi Beteb, is actively engag J at work electioneering. Some laT9 ago, he delivered a 6peech at West Chester, in whioh he took oc casion to declare that he is a Repub lican. Every one knowe that the J General is a good Republican, lie is as good a Republican aa Senator Stewart, his Republican opponent for Governor, lie predicted that tLo two v. ings of the Republican party will be united before the No vember election lakes ijLkc. ChAr- maa Cooper delivered a speech at the same tiios aud plucj. lie it for bar- l ... .-J.I juvuy, uui ii iiariuouv vis jui vail lie ia in for a crushing troeess. li ,r:,t: vi.,f.1.p,ln1ornn. wheu ho threatenci to crush the ,,.r u.. : :, ..... 1,.. ..-,.... , W , .1. r. r,... f. n th tariff Uveas do tot coma up to the help of Bea ver. General Boaver sliould by eame means htop tho talk of tbtf crusliinsr proe-ee, for every time a ruftiiu. sjic...

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 July 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWJ : Wednesday, July IS . n TERMS. Subtcriplioti, fl.50 per annum if paid within 13 months s $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at GO Cent 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 A SCItAP OF HISTORY FKOM SUSQUEHANNA TOV7NSU1P. By S. G. Dressier. The first settlers in that portion of Jun itta cannty, now embraced within the lim its of Susquehanna township, settled on the banks of the Susquehanna river, about the time of the revolutionary war. Among the title papers of that section are found a few ancient documents, which weie executed nncler the re'.pn of King George III. A certain Thomas McKce appears to have owned a largo scope ofland from Mc Kee's Halt Falls in Snyder county, down a'.ons tho river including a portion of what is now Snsqnchanna township. McKce...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 12 July 1882

1 ttrwckvt.y, The Cotuatarfelter. The history of William Brock way, alias "Billy Spencer," alias "Long Bill," who has figured in the Doyle case, like that of many of the coney men, abounds in sirgoiar instasces, and is replete with snggestiv-e thoughts. It is remarkable that the fascination w hich attaches to the 'business' never, or rarely ever, leaves those who are en gaged in it. The case of Brock way iy a striking illustration of this. He lias ' shown a remarkable adaptability to this kind of work ever since he did his first job in New Haven, Con., in 1S50. He was apprentice to a printer who did the printing for the Mew Haven bank, whose institution thought itself to be secure against imitations. Two of the directors of the lank would take a plate from the vaults, carry it to the printer, and stand by him while he made the impressions. Then they took the bills to the bank, where they were signed by the president and cashier. Brock way was sent to Yale college, where ue be came p...

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 July 1882

B. F. BOHWEIEB, THE 00I8TITU7I0I-THZ UH0V-AI9 THE EH0S0I1Q3T OF TEE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PKNNA.. WEDNESDAY. JULY 19. 1882. NO. 28. AT IIO. ME. The tired one are all at home ; With alow and wearied tread and mien, That tell of tod-full boon between The cheer; morn and this, they're come. All daj the summer. aoogful peace. It. beauty, freshness, all were mine. And broutrM me alaJuesa half dlviuc That with the evening doth not ceaxe. Oh, could I. like a mantle, fold About their weariness my Joy, Xt aoul would know more aweet emptor Than all the happy day hath told. Do ye so wait until we come, O loved one. in the mansion, fair 7 ts fold o'er us the peace ye share. When we, the tired ones, reach home. A M AN THAT MTCEEIKI. " My only daughter, Kir," said Col onel Mouteagle. "And, as I venture to hoi, accomplished in bor way. We are not lunch in tUo way of schools or academies here, but I have been her in structor myself, and she is a thoro...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 19 July 1882

JENTINEL & REPUBLICAII MIFFL1NT0WN. ' ff edaesUar, Jh1;19, 14. B. F. SCHWEIER, EDITOk A5D rCOrKIETOB. C03IMITTEE MEETING. The State Cctnmiitee oi tho two Harrisburg Republican Conventions met la Philadelphia, lust Wednesday, to prepare a way by which tho trcn lAca in the Republican party can b overcome. The candidates of the JIarrwburg convention, namely, 3ttaver, Bavrle, Davies, Greer, and ZBrosias, were iu the city, aad aJ UesHl a communication to I Lie com auitt e statin' that they do not de iiie to fctind in the way of tho kuc ess of the Republican party, but tasirc the ticket, to be submitted to the- teat that indicate tho popular -will. Afier considering tha communica tion. The commit too formulated Ihsir prop;, si? io the Philadelphia Republican State Convention people in the following; Pursuant to tbe resolution passed by the Harrisburg CouvaiitiOD of Juno 21, author izing the Republican State Committee to all honorable means to promote tar- tuony in tha piny, tha said c...

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. — 19 July 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: Wc4sxiM,ar, Jaly 10, TERMS. Subscription, ft. 50 jht ipnum if paid ithin 12 months 2.0u if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col limn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. WAR IN EGYPT Trade of Europe Threatened, Tha Suez Canal Old Suez Canal Alexandria Alex ander the Great, an In Ht rumen t f Providence. Alexander and the High Prleat TrasNla tlon of The Scripture Doctrines of Arlut a Christian Presbyter at Alexandria Dis putes ofthe Arlans and Trinitarians f Disputants I'nder the Ho rn a n s Destruc tion of Pagan ism Destruct ion of Librar ies Moham medans l'p root Christ ianity In Esrpt. The Bombardment And Binning or Alexandria July 11, ls?-Arlbl Key Withdraws From The turning City. War ic;is beiun on Tuesday niorn ing July 11. 1S82, lx'tvreen Englan...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 19 July 1882

The FamlniM Foot One of the oldest orthopedic turgeons in New York told a reporter that the number of cases of splayed feet in this city was rapidly increasing "What in the world are "splayed feet? asked the reporter. Why, a aplayed foot is a flat foot or one in which the arch of the instep has been broken doyn." 'Pray, why should people living in the city of New York bleak down the arches of their in&teps?" "They do it by wearing high-heeled shoes. Of course 1 am speaking of young girls and misses and not of grown up per sons of either sex. Now, the misses and ycuug ladies of France wear heels that are even higher thuu we are accastomed to see in tins country. But the heel of the French shoe u placed well forward, almost under the middle of the foot, so that the arch or instep is supported just as the span of a bridge is sustained by a tower or abutment under the middle of the span. Our shoemakers place the heel further back. This lengthens the span and increase the strain. 'Io...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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