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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 November 1882

r V x: t. A f I ' hi I-J. . "i. B. F. SCHWEIER, THE 00S8TITUTI0I-TEE U5I0I-AID THE ESTOBOEMEJT OP THE LAVS. Editor and "Proprietor., VOL. XXXVI. AIIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY. TENNA;i AVJBUNESDA N( VEMliEIt S;1SS. NO. 15 p :gIlK 4 I I MMMER AMI AVTIMK. uurgeous leaves uf wn jiing oou. Homeward couies toe scented fear. O'er the stnbble, sear aad brown, F uni the Autumn flowers pay ; Ah, alas! Summers pass -Like our Joja tbey pirn away. Fanned hj many a lia'.niT lireeae, . In tlie Spring I loved to lie -Seatn the newly tmdiletl trees, t.a mg upward tnihe ktr ; But alas: Time will piss, An.l flowers of Spring must die. oft my maiilen sat wit a nw Listening to the thrusan tone. Warbled forts from every tree Kre the nieadow bay wan aiwn : . But, alas 1 Sumniers pass Now. I wander all alone 1 Uive, like Sumnior time, is tan-. Decked with buds an 1 blossoms guy ; But upon this Autumn air K'.uts a voice, winch went t t?. " love, alas I Also paaa A the summers pass away !" Rr.l.LAS ncu KK. "H...

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 November 1882

t - JEKTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFfLIJiTOWN. 1U3, B. F. SCHWEIER, bditok abb raorsrrroa. Gov Hovt, has irtauad a thanka giviug proclamation, and the same lay that President Arthur fixed upon, the 30th day of November, ho has selected as the day to observe. All give thanks on that day. The .Vor4 Amcrtcan of last Thur "! day, aays : Twenty-five acres of land and provuuons lor six months is a tempting' bait for colored emigrants to Liberia. The wonder is that fire hundred instead of fifty did not take passage on the Morana on Tuesday. Govbrxob Hott, declared for Stew art for Governor, a few day before the election. Secretary Quay took the Governor's action so much to heart that he resigned the position that he held. The Governor ap pointed tjoionel t rancis A. Jordon Secretary of State, in place of Mr. Quay. Mr. Jordan is abundantly qnaiined lor tne place. Prohibition Failure In Iowa Jndge Hayee Dtcidtt that the Jmnimnl. Hot Legally Enacted. Dave.nport, Iowa, November 1. On Thuraday las...

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. — 8 November 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : TEBXS. snDscnpuoD, 44u per annum if -- -- 1 v - MlUUUt II Cld mnin 1 nnniiii vr m . '-"i u noi paid within Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cents per inch for etch insertion. Transient business notices In local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desirinr to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. SHORT LOCALS. The price of cattle keeps up. The husks lay clone to the corn cans. The color of the fashionable horse is gray. The growing wheat has a luxuriant growth. Little wheat is finding its way to market Teachers Institute will open De cember 11. The atmosphere braced up last Thursday. There was a heavy frost, last Fri day morning. Bargains, at F. L. GraybM s store, in McAlisterville. The price of corn in the west is uncommonly high. The Port Royal bridge has been put in a state of repair. A number of store windows have been handsomely decorated. The hunter ro w looks for the rab bit; bunn...

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. — 8 November 1882

- ' Thirsty rrorile. - " IVopIe bo sullt from thirst are often m peat 'agony. Thi-re) appear to be do limit to tbeir efforts to queacli thirst while tLos snfftriiig Others have an appetite for chink, and tif iafa'sry the ap petite reoort to all manner of means. SoMitrs on the march, tinder a broiling aim ami over a dnsty roaJ, mffer more, jiroliablr, than any other class. . In onr own city, on grala day daring the heated term, how refreshing ia a glass of lemon ade to the sweltering soldier or ordinary pedestrian? On the march, in active service, we nave seen the soldier stop l.y the roadside and moisten his parched li'iis and throat from a slimy pool of water which was alnnt unfit for beasts. We havo seen gallant lives sacrificed during the late war ia efforts to obtain w;der to quench tue thirst of pickets. Tte pi iugs were in range of the rifles of the relx-1 sharpshooters, and the sol dier who escapeil with his well-tilled canteen was most fortunate. Xot 1 ng since a novel cane ...

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. — 15 November 1882

iiiilia B. F. SCHWEIER, THE C053TITUTI05-THE UTICS A3TD THE EITF0R0EKE3T OP THE LAWS. Kditor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. MIFFLINTOWX. JUNIATA COUNTY. PKNNA.. WKDXKSDAV. NOVEMBER 15. 1SS2. NO. lb" MOKMNMLOKIKi Moni:n?-ru.nes-many I see While one.-, nJ piuk, and blue; And these are (dueled which oomc to me As I luvk at tlieui wet alto dew. While om-s emblems of pnrity W hich we aoioeiime hope to be, Aal tie 'cire!:D;f iuautle of chant" Carr.eJ by j an 1 by me. Pink on s Unshed wuh the p'ory of the roseate Joy of the worn. When IVibtt-Iiem's star told the story 1 ait saviour to cirta was Iwrii. Blue one, true an 1 tender. Like atuet eyes seeing need.; Helpless to do an I tn render Always km 1 worOs ac I dee-Is. And the de i wi-.k-h is over a:!. L.ke the b'.eiuis which co:ne au.l rest As the d w- lr p iiahe-r and fall On the Cow. r "s upturned breast- And so many we gather and hold From ti e mighty Ahhemisfs hand, The distil e l drop of gold, From a arnnin; precious band. Let pearls-pur...

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. — 15 November 1882

MjM'INEL ,& .REBUBLIOAg " mifflln it oWx. Wediiesday, Xoremb'r 15 1SS2 ElrlTOS AND I-XorBIKTCa. Men who Lave beeii looking up the pedigree of John Banyan declare that he was a Gypsy. The Jiicksonian, and Jeffersonian democrats are rushing to the front to declare themselves. Atkissos's majority is 721, just 3 mure rotes, than Fistier had in the Garfield campaign. Fisher's majority was 71i Wei Cameron has been unloaded, as peopia that do not like him call it. If the men that call themselves lte publieaus can stand it, Cameron can. The Democrats, are recovering from the daze of their great victory. And are beginning to hold jollifica tion meetings in different psrta of the state. Wht discourse in a philosophical rein, and in sophomoric language over Republican defeat We have nothing of the kind to write. We tell it plainly, all iu one word. Sui cide. The Democrats, carried York State by almost 200,01)0 majority. They haTe carried two thirds of the H i states, in which elections wer...

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. — 15 November 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : "Wednesday, Korem'r IS TEEMS. Subscription, $1.60 per annum if pid within 12 months; $2.00 if not paid within 12 month. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices m local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. SHORT LOCALS. A Democratic deluge. Sot rotes enongh ; thafs all. Everybody is looking for winter. Frees will bring bread to your door. Altoona is to have a free mail de livery. Myrials of small flies were about on Sabbath. The average fall bonnet is appearance. A cold wave is reported as ou the way from the North. The cotton tails are being gather ed in by the hunters. Fob sale, five shares Odd Fel low's IJall Association Stock. An exchange arises and Bays, that a woman can keep a secret. Br a church festival the Bloomfield Methodists cleared $101,00. Such a crowd as will attend upon...

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

A sViry wUcii lte'.y came to the know etige of rt-puftt-r uci a chaffer in tlic life of weallhv C'lt Tel:rdtT, wIikq caniKt be plao-d V lit fmlil. Many BUib eolation 'Ixrre aie of huiuau li!e, l ? arums, autl tuff, rioits, tbat oevir Oiute t the public tar, and a huh are a a dim ru iiior out. -Me f a vtr' limited circle. It is prib ilily Id-iilt , fr tlie world is run too I right at its lot. Due of the Eon?, wiio a ill he styled W ill am, was troni childhood what the rest of the family Urined "odd" in his ways, ah'Ci niiutit be u-niieit "cracked' in a uuld form by outsiders. His malady however was of an entirely ham. leas na ture and devt loped in the shape of intense religious devotion. Instead of bestowing Upon lam those hffet-tioua'.e little attcu turns that tl.e kind heart invariably deems the rialit fif the shepIp. William was treated rather as an obstruction to the social ambition of the rest. It happened that William, who has some good Ideas of business, was desirous of doing...

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

T hi m h ft till' J " -- . . ' - " l- ? b. F. SCHWEIER, TEE 0053TmmOI-THE U5I05-AST) TEE EffTOSCEHEST OF THE LAWS. . Editor and Pr t ! VOL. XXXA I. ' , MIFl'LINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. FENNA.. AVKPNKSDAY. NOVEMUEIi -2-2. ISS2. NO. 17 Eiifc.J ' AfitKM.irif. I "How dare yon interf.r in mrTfIt " i'"""?"-. - "I""". "' x J ' ww m .. ... . - mm. . - IsirV" " j vj 11. iu me norm. XOIin.vei i.f. in-wmwr. i a pioin lun. itttrruuf.1 H..r... I Uue Eleetrtflrd. f n. . . , nearu oi u.iign &auioi-d ol Bostoa?" . . I - I I no mnniv n..m 1 I ... 1 4 .-. i ! . . . ; I 1 1 . ... r i . . . r. . I . . . . . I ' "j . .Mi.ir w.. 11 . , i - n . . i u u 11 1 .- . i . j i i . iinfipm .ijp'I'jic i - - . - -. -- . - - - ' ' " '- " . i aii ii n wmnn wrki" mil (.a a,. I ... . : .... t rat e an I trvmuc r oitfsol dis:nt cniMhooJ ;s mower s mrrr whisiie ibJUmw wrung o( tUe l, 'le' nlr t-rurtine.l pi.-iiirt- ! nr.1, .a il tTiirfttness, f jumepiiik-n, nutniun Hours rjs ngs slorn grass bowers; r'nnroi:eJ wis all li...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 November 1882

-1 - 1 i ! i 1 t MIFFLINTOWN. WedBMdar, JfoTemb?r a 11.2, B. F. SCHWEIER, BDITOB JkKD rBOFBIETOB. other est Chester is to have an national bank. GovEBNOR-elect PattLscn is envel ope J in the shallow of the office seek er. Mbs. Best, a Pittsbunr woman be came insane through attendance up- wn a revival raceiing. Democratic civil service reform, means, put. out the .Republicans tuat s.tne wuoJ?,oi it. Gexervl Biti.er. it is saiJ has tat e;i to praying, but how do they know thai he has not been praying all his me. As unkind exchange says, that the -voun lady that made ttpeeches for iien XSutlcr during the late campaign was spoony. .Naughty exchange. Democrats, ear, that the comet was the fore runner of Republican defeat Don t forget it Mr. Demo crat ihat there are two sides to all things. The Democracy are pleased with Ben Butler, a few years ago they de clared that he should be hung. The probability is that he is to l their Jiest candidate for the Presidency. Bad appointments, and reck...

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 November 1882

'SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN XT . MIFFLINTOWN : TERMS. cw. 1 En cuBni.iBu, i-ou per annnm if within 12onthi j $2.00 if not pud within II monthi). a Transient advertisements inserted it 60 cents -por inch for each insertion. Transient business noticea tn local . uuiu, . v jr iiuo ior eacli insertion. iscuciuuus wiu oe maae to those Main. to advertise oi rt he t)i ... i o J "u or o, Baxter rear. SHORT LOCUS. "TafiV parties. Colds prevail. Pumpkin pies. Up Salt River. The country is eaf6. Politicians to the rear. The horse market is dull. Dolmans remain in vogue. Looking for the beautiful. Looking for the fat turkev. And thou too bleeding Kacd. The corn huakin-j is nearly over. Smelling bottles are fashionable. Huntingdon Cen has 20 ilcensed hotels. Sheriff Shi verv-, himself. will keep the jail Juniata boatuen are gettin to tie up. The late styled hato, Straver s. j read j are at Thauksgivkg sermons are bein prepared. Have your -sale bills printed at this office. Nice, warrr, and -stron...

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. — 22 November 1882

" Jerry t.reeotnie Torus. . - Tiio cold Ort-.brr nigbtsha-e caused tbc Lickawaxen fctorv Tellers' C:u )" to seek the seclanon" thai Asher 's bar-room greets ar.d ibire rn almost any fairevec tag Jerry Greening, the veteran yarn epioner of Pifee county, can be found. The other night itaiainipg a little when the old man saun'.ered in and harg his hat on a peg behind the stove to dry. while he removed his boots and commenced warm : ing his feet before the blazing wood Ere. 1 heerd Jtdge West fall tellin? 'bout th' fruitful soil in th' lower Del'ware Valley." said he, "an" that 'minds me of a nole story iny pp told me oncet, 'bout th' nch ground they usety hev in Western IVnnsylvarjy, in Chet-ter county 1 thiuk't wore. " OK jes, 1 guess you'm lignc, Jt'Oge Uidnway; yes come to rec'lect it were in Potter county. Wall, my rap usety tell 1xut th soil thar. lie usety t-ay they was nt no place undei th' blue cantalot je o' heaven where tiling grwed so much as they jrrowed out in Potter count...

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. — 29 November 1882

if I 1 B. F. SCHWEIER, IK si 3 TEE OOSSTITUTIOI-THE 115105 AID TEE E5P0E0EJIE5T OF TEE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. MIFFLINTOWiW JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA., WEDNESDAY. NOVE3IUEK 20. 1SS2. NO. 4 gjpy t, Jif A MSC wifL S(A1K.ISIDT. a, melKxlr -JiuA the world all wring, Anj never has word In its praise ; i,a!U e wS:e JaJ lonS U the world nJ 11 it. wars, oocMdf . ' Qur 01,1 P'1. " wMre .. uf the peorte as thpj- atiool.t, H somrh.!.' think it full of grace, wouldn't change the folks if he coutd. soBrto-'J call crueI n J c!', ' p, ; ol on. nt sorrow, and pa n, Vint life " but frt'n 'r lt0l1 Md ooi re kn-t id se;flsa faai. fameiyvtf merri!j laiijhs and cries, " -B arrari tt :ch a ilear old earth, irtOi flwl! cr'wn the man who tnea 1 Ionian Sl nilirk uy h.-nest worth." Mif 1k1j groans aud shakes his heaT, till w Ioi a wreicne.1 one ; snarl.!? wii-bes that he were dead, Vint jwuoiwlJ eLe has all the fun. pat stu, I fan.-j, you're tore to find, Uo' P"-' or "t,!' or P'n OT fre lW eerui...

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. — 29 November 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLLNTOWN. Wednesday, Hovemb'r 29 185. B. F. SCIIWEIER, PITOt AMD FBOPKIKTOK. I'u iron people are scared. Tai Democratic platform is ; go in. Pattison will be inaugurated Jan uary 16, 18S3. Mast Republicans did not vote at the late election. Pmacheb Moodt, is out of working order, because of overwork. The storms on Friday did great damage to the shipping on the lakes. Thk free trade newspapers are quite outspoken now. They call the tariff a tax. A sciibeb of Fhiladelphi.TOS have organized to nominate Blaine for President in 1884. Editor Hensel, has surprised the arerage citizen by announcing that he desires no office. The potato crop failed in Ireland, that and the scarcity of work, it is feared will cuiao widespread distress this winter. Tn Garfield monument Fair open ed auspiciously at Washington on Saturday. President Arthur attend ed and delivered a nice speech. A New YoaK lawyer named Harks, struck an opposing lawyer while he was arguing a case befor...

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. — 29 November 1882

"" f ' 1 urnnntiniv mifflixtown : TERMS. ..hKption, I-S0 Pr nnnni if paid IT r' nio-jtbs $2.00 if not pil within 'hs. lJTrtwifnt advertisenienU inserted at 60 t !r.-h for each insertion, 'v.irat tiusiaess notice in local col- iorert t line lor ecu insertion. n!jnctis irili h nude to (hose desiring jjvertiso by the year, halt" or quarter t 50i?r LOCALS. Givetkmks. jre throats. -Good by fcuiir." Quill pens again. Court next week, jj is tiwsi to reuL Count J tax, seven mills. Bat'.er a:: J e'jja are ectiOi. J. B.'rks eoauty k weijln i,00 -lue Elfs I" iot art gOllig cut. Most of tlif ira Liuoeea pnt to crib. govs, stLJ continue bo jump freight filS Tei.lior's Institute on jIolhIiy, a week. The Trcs' yteriac festvval was moll ii'.t-'kil. Th fcauk-? v iU ba closed on Tiiaukstriviug Fr:iEi i Hon sr. Las. jjone to the Tiiiiktt to iru.t. Artviv.J is in progress in the Xerpi'rt L'.i:hc'm c'nurch. V'L:it Las ;froiue of the Juniata litsrarv Sjcietles is asked bj u nam ! Several l"t- of fjood to...

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. — 29 November 1882

Transmitted Ability. Of ail the names d:8tiogatshed in colon! al days Very lew are now known by emi nent representative. The Quincys and Apamses, of ilaseachusetts, are the most prominent exceptions to the rule, and they really furnish only one case. John Adams was of rather obscure descent, and, though not lacking talents, was irritable and crot chety, lie owed much of his success in lite to his militant wife, whose grandfath er was a Quincy. It is the Quincy rather than the Adams blood that pare John Quincy Adams and his son, Chat lea Francl Adams; their ability. The same may be said of (he sons of Charles JTrancis, who have inherited much ot the ancestral lal eut. Louisa May Aloott, the writer, is also an ouaiioot ot the (juncr stock. l ne nrst ot the name to cam eminence was Edmund Q iincy.(1681-1738),a Judge 01 tne supreme Court of Massachusetts, ana agent to tne British Court for the set tlement of the boundary question between Mafcachtittr and New Hampshire. He died while pro...

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. — 6 December 1882

B. F. SCHWEIER, THE 005ST1TUTI0I-TEE THION AID TEE EBT0E0E3IEST OP THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. MIFFLINTOWX. JUNIATA COUNTY. TENNA.. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER U. 1SS2. NO. 49 S3 ! i I'u Kt the sha le of ute mapic-s Toe bora are playme to-tUr, A basin of sods between :kera, Aai l a long-stemmed pipe of cjay. eetD-m blowing the great brlithi babMe. H u them laugh as they But im ; Wbele b!iy, ciose by, on us pallet, Seems aft eager and happy as they. See him stretch his tiny Onsen, Ami reach as the bubbles (all. His brown eyes bright an 1 eager lie thinks he can catch Hiem all, " Baby's reactiina f.r Hie nub'.iles," Cries Char ie, his face aglow, - He thinks that be couM hiM them I-e's enly a ba'y, yoo know," Ah, t'harlle, life's full of bubble We long lor, ami reach for in vain. And like dear little baby Brown Eyes, We try I; again and aga'.n. We are sure at each gTasp we hve it. And reach as we 'tare ip the past. To nn'L like ilcar baby Kmwn Eyes, A babble, and nothing at l...

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. — 6 December 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. . Wednesday, Decem'r 6, ISS3, Ii. F. SCIIWEIER, DITOB 1KD raoFBIETOB. Peesident Aethth, is routing the Htar Routers. Kx YoasERS, are urging tha re itistitution of the whipping past. A oitt paper says, that the way to catch i'faipps is to annex Canada. The Dainoci-acy are dividing on the tnriiTquo3tion. Let them alone. Thebs was a fall of snow from North Carolina to tha North Pole, laat week. A srsiaES of Democrats are urging Mr. PatUsoa to appoint Y. S. Steng r, as Secretary of SUte. Teople are taking to praying for everything. " Tho L-rd will answer 11 the prayers worth answering. It Lbs taken liia Democrats 20 years to Cad oat that Ben Uuller did not steal xpoons. As a party the Dcniorrai-y leain the facts slowly. At Columbus Ohio, last Wednes day, a jury was liuug in the case of J. 1). Vat.on charged with oiToring hri'iK'S to rnaib&rs of the legislature. After asking 'cr prayers for clear we itiier to sea Veuus jus over the fiica oi tha ...

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. — 6 December 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, Decem'r 6, lSS-J. TEEMS. Subscription, $1.50 per aannm if paid WO bin 12 months; $2.00 if not paid witbin li months. Transient advertisement inserted at 60 ccsu per inch lor each insertion. Irn&ieot business notices in local col umn, lb ccuta per it no lor each insertion. Deductions iU be made to those desiring t advertise by the year, half or quarter sear. SHORT LOCALS. Nev almanacs. Stlish bonnets. Join the church. Ths river is low. Ha! Santa Clans. A taste of winter. Cbbits every -where. High cold wiutl on Sunday. Congress convened on Monday VuA tn2V ; evcrylKdy likes taffy. Ct .mmcrcuil travelers are ploutv. They dij for coal in Perry county. Christmad is the greatht of all days. WiViiameport is to have public library. Nuw for Christmas, it is a day for everybody. A Huntingdon man raised a 10 pound beet. Teachers espect to have a good time Lest week. Butler is reported scarce by ex-cLuL-e juiia-is. James Banks, f-hot a red f...

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. — 6 December 1882

Hats la Amanca. wr;r eg liar. tiS soozi- try on tats, says : Fallowing tle course o; etrpire west xwaid,' I found that, atur kavinjr the n.ulatto ota'ci, I passed tbrouRa. the red Irdlao to the Coim9e on the Pacific, and then sinvg south, traversed the Mexican till I came to the negro, and through him cot tfick to the mulatto. As a matter of ethnological peonraphy this division of the Stale was sufiicieutiy intereaiinjr, but an additional interest accrued fioui looking at it from the hat aiaiKip-unt. As a gen eral rule, it may he accepted that baU are made only lor white men and that the supplementary classes wear them alter they have been tbrowa away, and Ihtl the negri, as a general thine, only arrives at a hat alter it has been thrown away several times. Nobody bnt a negro cherishes a very old hat. The Cliiuaman, it may be, buys a second-hind bat, and, after ironirg the brim out flat, wears it with decency. A red Indian begs or steals one, and, after cutting out a bole in the cro...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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