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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 January 1883

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednendaj-, January IT, ISS3 TERMS. ' Subscription, $1.50 per anntun if pud ithin within 12 months; (2.00 if not paid 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 c tnU per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, hair or quarter year. Remember, that for this sea son only, the Job Department, of the fctEXTIXEL AND REPUBLICAN, will turn nut bills, for sale ofler Personal ProFrty at lower rates than ever before. A re- auction ot ou per cent win oe made, after this Gate on bills printed at this office, and a no tice of the time of sale, in the paper, will be inserted gratis Parties having their bills print- j cd elsewhere, can have a notice of their sale inserted in the Sentinel and Republican, for 50cts and upward to suit the length of the notice. SHORT LOCALS. Chicken-pox ia Huntingdon. Ice, for ice dealer...

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. — 17 January 1883

A HuiMft Plight. This nag bun tin unusually successful bunting season. A 'arer cumber of deer have been killed in the mountains f Northern Pennsylvania than ever before, mi many reix ark able adventure hive been met with. Dr. Georfe W. Slump, a well-known Williamsport deatist and a preat lover of the chase, baa Just returned irm a hunting expedition m tbe Laurel Hill Mountain, near Liberty,! wga county, which involved one or two tlinUinz adven tures worthy of notice. He entered tbe mountains by the'-Trout Run Canon, and after traveling northward some ten miles arrived at the bunting ground. Before starting :n be secured tbe service of Joe Basiian and B:ll tViBt, two old and ex perienced hunters, who bad killed a great del ol ame in tbeir time. Tney pro ceeded to a but in a louely part of the mountain near the haunted spring, where tLey established tbeir headquarters. Tbe second day out the doctor succeeded in Kilbni; a due and slightly wounding a bear the carcass of which he dressed...

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. — 24 January 1883

' . I - ' - - . . B. F. SCHWEIER, THE 005STITUTI0I TEE UHTOI-ASD THE ESPOEOEMEST OF THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. TOL. XXXVII. MIFFUNTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 24. 1SS3. NO. 4. LI BEYOND. Never a word Is said. Bat It trembles In tue air. And the truant v. Ice baa spe! To vibrate everywhere ; And perhaps far off n eternal yean Ttie echo may ring upon our ears, Never are kind acta done To wipe the weeping eyes lint like flashes ol the sun. They signal to the skies ; And np above the angels read How we have helped the torer need. Xerer a day is given, . Bat It toues the after years. And it carries np to heaven Ik sunshine or Us tears; While the to-morrows stand and wait, The silent motes by the octer gate. Tftere is no end to the sky. And the stars are everywhere. And time is eternity. And the here la over there ; For the common deeds of the common day Are the ringing beds In the far-away. DA 15 V. A clear and I in ping whistle rose and fell and rose again, a p...

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. — 24 January 1883

SENTINEL k REPUBLICAN WIFF1LINT0WN. B. F. SCIIWEIER, nrrck sen raorarrroa. Otxb wosk hu driren Gladstone eat of London. Oonxxoi Pattisos, will attend the Grace Melhoditt church in Haxria hurg. F. B. Gown? hat been rt-eleeted Pmident of the Reading railroad company. . Jitdgi Bamwtt, i presiding over the Boa'.er-Wagner Senatorial conteat at Carlisle. Tn Czar of Russia, has issned a decree forbidding the organisation of aeeret aocietiea. Philatblpbza and Ilarrisijnrg are talking of establishing a telephone line by way of Reading. Frnnoss hare been sent to the Legislature asking for a repeal of the bill that closes the soldiers' orphana school in 1885. A bill hsus been introduced in th Legislature, tLat provides for grant ing pensions to Burrmng soldiers of the Mexican war. Trie State Senate defeated the bill to increase the salaries of Orphans' Court JudfTM of Philadelphia, from $5,003 to $7,000 per annum. Sitbral houses were destroyed by earthquake, in Madrid Spain, last Wednesday. Gr...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 January 1883

MTINEL & REPUBLICAN HIFFLINTOWN : f fncaday. afatMau-j M, IMS TBRXS. Subscription, fl.60 per UBtm if -px4 within 13 mooUui $2.W if not paid within 12 month. Transient advertisements is'ert-?d at 60 cents per inch for cacti insertion. Transient business notice, i local col umn, 14 cents per line tor rack insertion. Ded.cr.unns wiU few made (o those desirrs H advertise by tea year, half ar quarter year. Remember, that for this sea ion only, the Job Department, Xf th r5TI5EL and Repibucan, Will turn OUt bUl8, for Sale of Personal Propertr, at lower rates than ever before. A re duction of 50 per cent will be made, after this date on bills printed at this office, and a no- tice of the time of Bale, in the!ffhytha saw, while at work oa paper, will be inserted gratis, j KhoM- "aw-raill in taat township. Parties having their bills print- Jom t1; ckaed a car door on , , , , r . lanngerof conductor Alexander of ed elsewhere, can have a notice : Mlffl7n AcTOmmodiltion, Wwlnar, of their sal...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 January 1883

Sloaned Aroond. 'So, sir," coutiuuei the early selU ler. 'I come Lero fore the woods ttf burned. I Kke the freedom of the fron tier, en' I know I would not feel at home in the streets of a city. 1 was born wit bin Bi!i of Stone Mountain, in Georgia, when the lulius were tbar wane as tbf y are on tbe frontier now. See that scar?'' The eariv settler took off Lis hut and bbowed ns a heavy scar running from the tOD of Li head almost to hi left eve- brow. "That tbar is what i got from an Indian tomahawk w hen I was bout throe years old. lly oldest brother was killed and my father was runuin' to hide in a corn-field, with me in his arms, when 1 got that The old roan had, an axe in his hand and he spirt ttie rea skin's head clear to the teeth. Sot much civiLzation "bout them diggins; no sir." "Not much style about thcise early Georgian pioneers, I reckon ?" said the rciortr. S'.vle! Why. I was 12 years old when 1 got my first pair of boots. Don't 1 remember them yaller tops! Folks in them ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 January 1883

. . . " ; . . i i mtmam mm aim n B. P. SCHWEIER, THE G03STTTTJTI03-THE UUIOI-ASL THE ESF0E0IME5T 01 THE LA8. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVII. MIPFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 3I.1SS3. NO. 5. si THE TWO FLEETS. The tun ru bright and the sea wu blan1. And the tide daaoea la u merrily. When a tailor poshed hla boat from the sand ; And the waves kept Ume with hit homely glee. For the tailor hummed," Two fleet there be: And one tails over the ton-lit waver. And one Ilea nnder the sombre sea." The Ma wag bland and the ton wu bright. And a favoring wind blew fresh and free-. And the leaguing sail disappeared from sicbt ; But the old refrain still remained with me Which the sailor sane "Two fleets there be : And one sa Is over the sun-lit waves. And one l.es un.k-r the sombre tea."1 The tide danced out with the freight it bore ; Ah, the tide came back soon smilingly. But the Bailor's boat never touched the shore; And I slug to my.wlf, for I cannot flee From the hau...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 January 1883

t i SEiNTKEL & REPUBLICAN MlFFLlNTOvVN. Weda?daj January 31, B. F. SOHWEIEB, EMTOI ARB rOPBirrOB. Concurs is talking on tio tariff jnestksu. Thb Prince of Wales, will visit Car and the L nited btates, in March. j Congress has passed -a lull sppro- pimtiDgJlSo.tKiO for the last MIT1CO. A. jimc liic5 at Viirennes, Indiana wvLiripfld fcis wife to break Ler of snoring. CoKfipr-s. lost a 3av. for the ant wl wooa '.o warm w nu nu mittee Faoms. It if iroposedcn Congress to en- j wnijipmg post- rreaidect Arthur dinner ! party to ti.-e Mrui.s of Lorno Prklay evening. Is Ceriumy, List ycir. there Iftrtt WR8 ' enough beer consumed to each person -' quails. tire toj ! . . M-"t the f.--rcigu German facial-,. ist, was in KtUburg Ist wetii, re- -citing his coisimuniniio speecu Ax Ohio ciau, named IIot-Lkiss j who lives at .Richmond mak a liv 1 ing by raising, and selling horse-rad j ish. ; (K Friday the body of -a 2 year: old chiid. wts takeu by its parents j from New Yt k city to V,"aoi;tgUn ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 January 1883

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIX , OWN : Wednesday, January 31, TEEMS. Subscription,. $1.50 per annum if paid within 12 months; $2.0il if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cents ict inch for each insertion. Transient business notices tn local col umn, 10 cents per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. Ueinember, that for this sea son only, the Job Department, of the Sentinel and Republican, will turn out bills, for sale of Personal Property, at lower rates than ever before. A re duction of 00 per cent will be made, after this date on bills printed at this office, and a no tice of the time of hale, in the paper, will be inserted gratis, I Parfies having their bills print ed elsewhere, can have a notice of their sale inserted in Sentinel anp Repculicax, oOcts and upward to eiiit length of the notice. the for the Immense Reduction in Furniture- I will sell for cash on delivery...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 January 1883

Fooling Uie Senses. Immerse the Ion linger ol oue band in water at 104 degrees Fahrenheit, and then plnDge the wbole of the other band into the water with a temperature of 102 degrees Fahleuheit. The latter, although two degrees cooler, will be judged to be the warmer of the two, from which it appears that the intensity of the sensation of temperature depend not onlynpon the relative degree 01 beat to w hich the parts are exposed, but also upon the extent of surface over which it is applied. From this cause a bath which is not uncomfortably warm, when a few fingers are dipped in it, appears scaldiiig hot when the whole body ia immersed. The sense of tem perature is likewise, entirely at fault when required to determine which is the warmer of two substauces, ay a piece of iron and a piece of wood, for if they both Lave the same temperature, the iron will feel the hotter of the two, because of its being a so much better conductor. A slight difference of tem perature, however, between ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 February 1883

THE OOISTITUTI01-THE U5IOH-AJD THE EjTOBOIMEIT OP THE LI VS. Editor and Proprietor. B. F. SCHWEIER, TOL. XXXVII." MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 7.1SS3. NO. (. A GOLDEN WEDDING. There u a time beneath New England Bkits Wben the late autumn, as 11 loth to go, linger? along the hills with sanllt eyes. And outstretched hands over the vaica below. A gulden haze floats round her lite a oust. The air la soft and balmy whrre the arrays. And lo ! aj her lam, richest partlnK gift, Mie brings the glorious Indian summer days. So in theae lives of ours there comes a time. After liDjf suite with care, aid .-elf anl sin. When tne suul nw-a by a power sublime, Aud to Uod'a rest and sunshine enters lu ; Where calm and quiet, and the peace ot Uod, And love divine, atier loo, patient years. Sit Jubilant upon the radiant irow. And' hie has no more place for griefs or fears. To these, lore-crowned bj fifty happy years, Thair goMcn wedding brings still rarer gifts Than Mesaed t...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 February 1883

gRNTigEL& REPOBLICAR . HirFLI5f0ffH. We4ela, Febremrx T, 1MI. . P. SUHWEIER, IBTTOB AST) FBerHXTOB. Bosroshtg ft Stonewall Jackion AssoeiatiGfi. GrraJfas Pittims, desiree that every member of hit cabinet shall lire at Harmbnrg. Thb grave robber haa put in an ap pearanee, among tbt grave yards of Lancaster county. Boki on ha ft bill ia Coagw that appropriate money forth hold ing ff a centennial ootton and indB trial exposition in 1884. Thtfb is a bill before Congress, that provides for the payment of $ 40 par month to soldiers, who lost an area or ft leg in the lata trar. Fiucr i ia a atew, as to how to get rid of her nobility, and each other people, who claims to hare a right to kingly power in that country Govtrso. Hons son, and Mica Annie McMichael, of Philadelphia, were married in St. Ma:k'e Protes tant Episcopal Church, in Thiladel phia Isst Wednesday evening. Thi Republicans that hold such offisf, at Earmbnrjr. as Governor PaUipoTi controls rend not fret over the situation-...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 February 1883

1 thiVUI JL. PFPITRI IP K tre4eKlX. February , 1SSS, TBBM3. gBbacriptloo, J0 per annual if paid ,UhiB 12 muolhsi $2.00 if not paid within i months. fraasieot advertisementa inserted at 60 . Ir Inch for each insertion. ' TrtDent business notice in local col aain, 10 cents r lino lor each insertion. Deductions "ill be mad to those desiring advertise by the year, half er quarter Eemember, that for thia sea son only, the Job Department, of the Sentinel and Republican, will turn out bills, for sale of Personal i'roperty, at lower rates than ever before. A re daction of 50 per cent will be made, after this date on bills printed at this office, and a no tice of the time of sale, in the paper, will be inserted gratis, Parties having their bills print ed elsewhere, can have a notice of their sale inserted in the Sentinel and Republican, for SOcts and upward to suit the length cf the notice. Register of Sales- Bory Auker. in Walter townnbip, wilt st'.l F.broary 13, lt83, tive work burses, 13 ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 February 1883

Ss. The Brakeman. Tlie Lrakcutaut ita man who is employed by a railroad company to stand upon tbt top of a freight car and work both bands at the enfr.neer srd It help stop the train when it is necessary. .Next to being a barebacke rider in a man, so be can sit on the wheel of a brake- man, so he can sit on the wheel of a brake and chew tobacco while the train is run ning at fall speed. The fact that a brake- man is often seen pegeing broadcast over the land on a wooden leg or minus one ami, often causes people to believe that be is an oil soldier or has served a term In a base ball club. There are two kinds of hrakemen the passenger and freight. The passenger br&keruan is a gentleman of considerable Insure, and by the nonchalant way in which he comes through a car and tramps on the passenger's feet is often mUtakcn for the conductor. He does not have much else to do but slam doois, growl at the potter, and when the train arrives at a station yell "Po nooyah when he should say, ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 February 1883

an m IB? u B. F. SCHWEIER, the coi8Tmrnoi the mnoi utd the estoeoemeit op the lavs. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 14. 1SS3. NO. 7. 1 TBE V Kf K KVAK1. rarn "rl't walls, P'aln, .MietciTTfquarpfntTounJ; : spa1''' nan :w Fwvea, T V""' L"r:!: rounU- rss "f nr "' of dr''' Turytrwl the miuu ways of life, s -jjns-ioiL- h :.l in sternest leash, .Wl hear: that k:ww n..t strife. Til T.TB Fr 111 '";" Z hOU"f ""T 'areO, 'wit iWHijriits a sol-rr as their sjieech, Tt, we!e pra r. t9 sngless praise, Xw MTtihr.r e.lers prea-.a. Tysi qa. '.orii of days that rainf, c4 srart change 10 this it-inne; ( T afr !,:vSS t Hey took iKti .rnr:i.'iit the rore. jig a flie r,','B 'cr ",e Pr"vps bJJ rtiu! ti " hwanl robin's step, ,EJ B th autunm air " With merry mutiny. ff. vfB ;;-e proves of lial an.l pr-ay wtnltt-l autumn lie. Nature ileeks itie smI Bp--' t u.ixlery. AT:F.KtB!K TGAGKUY. Bss ri'-fe' engaged !" said Mr. Ihcictt "Wcil, really now." jjj ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 February 1883

IOTim& REPUBLICAN MirruNTowN. TTss"tlar. reb'ry 14. IMS. B. F. SCHWiilEK, nvrroa at morumon. tjt.i-j.LS.-'j. - Genres, lo.ida the railroad vrret'k ra in tuo Legislature. lie belong to the GasEidy ring. "Os hun.lred and txont j-twa dele gates attended the Prohibitum Con T6ntioa at Ilarri&barg. last Thursday Mb. Spooler, the member "f is'atuie, from Perry Oj., has a bill before the bouse legalizing the ne of fish baskets for tue purpose of fateh.ng eeis ia lie Juauta river. Gotk: ixoa Pattisojt, issued aa ad dress to tiie Legislature, iS6t week. Tart of the aJdrea was good, bat ia the ma; a it was a seasoning disii to the nog of wre.-kcrs, Ciseidy, Gordon and company. : 'Iks Peaa-vlvani Railroad Com panyhas drterouned to put dourn j ail -.g6iuer eve iracjia, Dciween jiar- nsourg and MiJJ!rtotvri. ins ground was reentiy inspected by Vice President Thomson." "Ex-Sex VT95 A Wilson Nortis.who reported tue 6 ipre:ue Court de-.'is-ions for pix veaia, has cmp'.eted his la.st volume o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 February 1883

TEEMS. ci Kit er aannm t( Mid V-nths, $2 00 if not P jjbwb. ldvertisemnt inserted it 60 inch lor each insertion. T.nt business notice IB local cel "..f. irf-r line for each insertion. art" ,v -n u ti thriM dAtrino Pemomber, that lor this sea Jnnk. the Job Department, f the Sestisel and Republican, nrn out bills, for sale of at lower re- rate than ever before. I j..-;,,n of 50 per cent wil ... titter IMS Uitic unis SHORT LOCJ1LS. Chanliersburg girls d j not emoka cif'HrotU, b-jt wnat if tasy did T their grandmothers suioked the pipe. Between the ice and the shot-guns, the musk-rats had a hard time of it, when the ice passed down stream. Ton can buy the only original Keystone kip boot at Heck's shoe store for $3.25 ; former price if 100. Professor Waller, of Blcomsburg formal beliooL, will be in attendance at the Teacher's Institute at Iiich field. At Newport, Ky., 200 families were compelled to more from their dwelling places by the flood, lust week. You can bay a pair of Jack Rich a...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 February 1883

A Ganlrml la The camp. Kew Tear's day tbe Kettle Creek Camp, Pa. irasdeserttd. ami tbe boom, been, of tfce logp striking each other on tbe icy slide was not heard resound ing lot miles in the frosty sir. Every thing was quiet, and except the circling heat waves from the rough stone chim ney and the neighing of horses in the barn there was little enough of an in habited look about the home of fifty lumbermen. The men were a few miles away, keeping Kew Year's. The hotel where they held their carnival is primit ive and rude, like their own camp, and its low ceiling is smoked and rough as a hunter's shanty. The bar room floor is of pine and reasonably smooth, and on one side is a stained place, which the trotrietor always keeps uncovered, where a gambler and a desperado fell dead from a blow dealt by a lumberman he had defrauded. "Sct'em up, Johnny," said one of the lumbermen, "and come up, boys, and take something : and you, too, stranger, if you don't mind taking a health with a rongh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 February 1883

rfarw :-ffl-,itt 'jf f "E" ill ii Mi h"J V7 NT vy vy - - II W 1 - .... - V ' ' '"- ' " ' ' ' ' '-' " - ., ' " - - - ' I, - ' B. P. SCHWEIER, . THE OOHSTITFTIOI-THE TJ1TI0H-AID THE EFTOBOIMEFr OF TEE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVII. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1SS3. NO. S. , . llKrAMIU IN THE 1 RENCHE9. I incture her there in tbe qoaint ol.l room. Where the fading Bre-light Harts ami fails; Alone In the twilight's tender gloom. ita the hiir that danue on the dim-lit walls. Alone ; whi'e those faces ! silently down From their antique fraiuea in a grim reimse Slight, scholarly Ralph in his Oxlonl gown. And suuneh Hir Al'sn, who died fur Mmitiwe. There are pal aiitn ray in rrlmwin and piM ; There are smdiug beauties with powilert-d hair; lint 8!ie sits there, farer a thuusaml fold. Leaning dreamdy back in her low arm-chair. And the roseate shallows of fa lini lig"it. Softly clear, steal o'er the fair young face Where a woman's tenderness ItiemU ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 February 1883

r 3 " t ' SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLTNTOWN. -Wedneatsay. Feb'rjr 31, 18S3. B. F. SCIIWEIER, editok airo rBOPEirrom. Arthur makes a good President Sector Fuss, of Maine, weighs 125 pounds A nr.i last week in llahonoy city, Pa., burnt out 17 families. Es-Govtbsob E. D. Morgax, of STew York died last "Wednesday. Tu loss of cattle in Colorado, this wiater by cold will amount to 15 per cent. Tns State Insane Asylum at Har risburg has an artesian well that i 95 feet deep. Tur ladies in the London Eng land post office are to have a doc tor of their own wx. There is a bill on its paBsnge through the legislature declaring election day a legal holiday. A Judicial apportionment bill in the Legislature, puts Mifflin, Terry and Juniata counties, in one district. STRisr.fi. that the French Senate took a ucnnible notion, and refused to pass the bill to espfcl noble fami lies. A okeat deal of property was do htroyed and many lives lost by an earthquake, on the island of Formosa last week. Lrzr...

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