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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 2 May 1883

i A SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : eday, May a, MS3 TBRMS. -f5lp,IonlW-60 Uinn paid Transient advertisements inaorted at SO cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local Col mn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desirine to advertise by the year, half or quarter Court Proceedings. Court convened and proceGJed to business on Mon.lay, April 23, at 10 o'clock. Constables vere ctilled, and pre sented their returad. Tlie grand jury waa sworn, and charged. ,r- A- Toomy, John EL Hohn, John McCoy and Georga HaokenberTer were appointed constables for "the court The first jury case waa that of J B. M. Todd vs. Samuel Murphy, No 131, Dec. Term, 1874. The suit was brought against Murphy to recover tnA iz:im ff .V 1 . j-. i , ,i . 10 xiuaureti go: jars a3 the price of a horse that died on the road between McCulloch's Mills and Waterford. The horse was lured from Todd by Murphy for the pur pose of driving to Waterford and back...

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. — 2 May 1883

F a-moui Popular Solids. "Auld Lang Syne" is popularly up fosed to be tbe conip.-wiuoD ui Uurns, but, in fact, he. wrote ouly I lie sec.ind aud tbir j veree of llu ballad a cuamionly ating, retouching the others fiotn an ulder and lew famiii&r Dg. Tbe Old Oaken Bucket" was written by Wocdworth in w Voik city during tbe tot tnnircer of IS 7. lie came into tbe house and drank a glata of water, and then said: "Uow mucb more refreshing it would be to take a Rood Iodr drink from tbe old oaken bucket that used to hang in my father's well." ilia wife sugRttt -d thiU it was a happy thought for a poem. lie sat down and wrote Hie song as we have iu "Woodman, Spare tnat Tree," was the result of an incident that happened to George 1. Morris. A friend's mother had owned a little place in the country which she was obiictd from poverty to seU. On the property grew a large oak which had been planted by bis grandfather. The purchaser of the house and land proposed to cut down the tree, and Alcrr...

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. — 9 May 1883

y B. F. SCHWEIER, THE 0018T1TUT10I-T-TEB UHOI-UD THE EfTOEOOIEIT OP THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVII. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. MAY 9. 1SS3. NO. 10. ItKSKIlTKII. ISritrlit sea, far-fl...!!,... .if ..., fl.p..tl,v .oa.ny ,,.r'T..lou " t uiatcli it," said Medora Thy lullaby, low-murmured to the stranl Sounds like a lover's toue; ' Ami yrt 1 know, elsewhere, Some other shore, as fair Thy waves have kisssed mid leit'it drv and lone. llright sunshine, gleaming ou mv cottage wall, " Tracing the shadows of an ivy sprav How tenderly thy gulden touches fall" ' On common things to-iUiv; Vet, beneath other tikit-a Some land benihieil lies, IKscrted by thy slory, cold and Kray. lilithe l.ird, loud-warbling underneath the An eager love-song passionate and shrill, : My heart is mmhling amid summer leaves M It ll Kwept. resiwnsne thrill; Yet far awav. dear rn..t. Th-re is an empty nest "Which thon hast left forsaken, void and still. sunshine, birds of song Fair se...

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. — 9 May 1883

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN UIFFL1NT0WN. Wednesday, May 9, 1S3. B. F. SCII WE IE R, editor aid raorairrea. The Bradford Era has been reduc ed in size. No block froBt baa appeared in Delaware to scare the peach grow ers. 0k of the lawyers in the Star Route case talked 7 days to the jury. The jury still lives. Cixoimurn, Ohio, has an ambition to eolipse every other city on this continent in Dramatic festival. The veteran soldier element of the Pennsylvania Legislature was off on an excursion to the Virginia battle fields last week. Tbb Prohibitionists in Ohio, pro pose to go into politics early this year, having called a state conven tion to meM on the 13th of June. Hugh J. Gilmoke, Democrat, was elected in Fayette county, to fill the place of Dukes. Gilmore was sworn in at Harrisburg, on the 1st day of May. Tits Ohio liquor law has been de clared by Ohio courts to be uncon stitutional, "because it impairs con tracts made previous to the passage of the law. Ths Greenback State Committee...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 May 1883

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wedaaaday, aiay 9 i883 TERMS. Subscription $ljo per annum tf pd Transient advertasretnenta inserted at CO cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices tn local col- 5ent" 7 ,ine for insertion. Deductions w.U be made to those desiring to advert.se by the year, half or quarter year. Court Proceedings On the first day of May, Court was convened, wxtli Judge Bucher, of the Mifflin county district, presiding, to try a dispute as to the ownership of a portable saw mill, as betwean Noah Hertzler as plaintiff, and S. Emery McCahan, and "William Grier, as de fendants. The jury came in with a verdict for defendants, en Wednes day evening about 9 o'clock. Miscellaneous. Answer of Nancy Jordon, execu trix of Eliza L Jordon, deceased, to citation on account answer read and ordered to be marked filed. Petition of L, R. Manger acting sxecutor for an alias order of sale of property of the estate of Michael Umholtas, deceased, late of Spruce H...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 May 1883

One Meal tt Ty. Dr. Fag swiiis an accouut of txperi luelita minle to show that cue meal a day is enough for a man: ' S. X. S., 2S years old, resolved to adopt the one meal fsvstein. and did so, leaving off meat u.d all condiment, as fait and pojiper, and eating chiefly wLeatmual bread aud fruit, the brevt made from nu&dted meal aud mixed with water 011- iy, uo salt or bread raising devices un it uveiicJ biead. Withiu Feven mouths Lis weight increased lrom 143 rounds to 170 louiidp, aud lus streugiU ot uotn booy audmiud Lad increased in jto lxirtioii. His LiUor Lad been severe; he :s a machinist and an invent' r, work ing ten hoars every day, and doing a good deal of very practical and iirofita ble thinking at the paiae time. It is now a lull year f-ince Lo came to oiie meal, and the weight gained Las been maintained and his Lealtii is perfect. .During the last winter, tor the purpose ol testing the br.lliciency of one meal ot pure lood l it the most trying labor, be worked in an...

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. — 16 May 1883

iiiWi AY fVv toil B. F. SCHWEIER, THE 0058TITUTIOI-TEE USIOI-AID THE EJTOaOEMEIT OP THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. MAY 16. 18S3. NO. 20. irwr ttn ii i ii i ii i ii i ii i ii ii i KMKMBF.K THY MOTHEB. Lead thy mother tenderly Down life's steep decline; Once her arm was thy support, Now she leans on thine. See uxm her loving face, Those deep lines of rare; Think it was her toil for thee Left that record there. Ne'er forget her tireless watch Kept by day and night. Taking from her step the grail, From her eye the light. Cherish well her faithful heart Which, through weary years; Echoed with its sympathy All thy smiles and tears. Thank God for thy mother's love, iuard the priceless boon; For the hitter jiarting hour Cometh all too soon. When thy grateful tenderness Loses j iwer to save. Earth will hold no dearer spot Than thy mother's grave. HIS KIVALt and Dell's little squabbles, and did not imagine that this was anything m...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 May 1883

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN UIFFLINTOWN. -Wednesday, 51 ay 16, 193. b. p. scjiweier; kihtob asd raopirrroi:. AJ.1- ' .. . Sbvator Smilet, is talked of as a candidate for State Treasurer. Sexatob Ixxi.KK is spcken of as a Presidential candidate for 1881. There were CO infants on exhibi tion at the Pittsburg baby show, last week. Thb State Medical Society held iis 34th annual session at iorristown ' lf.t week Ma. Kiim has withdrawn bis name for appointment as chief examiner of Civil Service Keform. There is a talk among the Democ racy of re-nominating Hancock for the Presidency in 1884. The Indiana Republicans are re ported to be in first rate fighting into, routical lighting is meant A i.ARr.E percentage of the Phila delphia Methodists are opposed to -holding religions conferences ia thea ters. Govbrsor Pattisos's first recep tion since the inauguration was giv en on the evening of May 9, it began at 8 o'clock and was over by half jpast 11 o'clock. Ii ia said that the Confederate sol d...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 May 1883

n &REPUBLICAN IFFLINTOWN : IE EMS. . ejjiO per annum if paid . .... 4 ... ".. advertisements lusericu iw W'.i. fnr each insertion. awl"". Kines8 notl-ea in local col- ..aRI -- , . . ,. i v.. m be made 10 inoae uesinug bf the year, half or quarter SHORT LOCALS. li-.s are plenty. infill boy longeth for a circus. .1. la o f.aliinna- ;aM . .J.-r. jitf ltt sun shade is made of l)ein plenty within . 10 days. 5r i '.n.1 Arrmnionr. fVinrt h-n iaii o aaps on c 1 . -.i, ftr Jnlv 1st . Anting doctor saya, Lissing is ejaovi, oi - ffarrisburg man gets a pension TV Gran imyo v. 1 . u.n'chnrtr ibis week. 9 , T7 . T retain inomaa i n, iiuiu w ..:.o.n on Thtirsdav. aj was i" ivsm nvaer i uwut w uuuu a ir - ... t" jjjion bis lana in Auroeii iwwusuip. Lnamin Wagner is preparing to biwself a house on South 3rd Kb'ossomsare a promise of a rtll of fruit, the cherry crop will lawrers Parker and Stone, each a suppled themselves with rew li cases. ju Jubilee Tabernacle at Sehns pote. is to hold between ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 May 1883

i Riding jrHimi alis Will. 'Js tlu-rc a train along here pretty soon? " es-ked the boy, In Cincinnati, looking down at bit scratched bare feet. Yea," replied the reporter. 'Which way does it go to Cleveland?" ventured the boy again, in a deferential tore. 'No; to Cincinnati." He drew a sigh and looked again at bia tired feet. 1 ben he went to the ede of the platform and sat down. "It's pretty far from Cincinnati here 'aint it?" he began aain. Only ten miles." "And bow far is it to Cleveland!" "Over three hundred." "1 walked out thia far and my feet got to hurting so I couldn't go much further," and the little colored chap tried to struggle against expressing his emotion. "Am gain' to beat my way bark in a box car if 1 can. I only know'd one person in Cin cinnati, Mrs. Wassenich, a dressmaker on Bank street, bat J couldn't find her, and thought I'd better get back to Cleveland. '' flow did you get there?'' asked the re porter. "A man locked me in a box car at Ckvel&rd, and 1 coul...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 May 1883

'I .' I. rf ft 1 B. F. SCHWEIER, THE C0I8TTTUTI0I THE UHOI-AID TEE EfTOEOEEIT OP TEE LAW8. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXX VI I. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. MAY 23. 1SS3. NO. 21. TaK Itl iiKKN OF THE WATK.K. The voices of I.r. .ks an.l of fountains, ihe burden of bountiful streams ;,,,!'?M!t 1""r-l 'rein tlie mountains ith the rauilx.w's miraculous Uimis, lh.'.l secrets of j oy ami sorrow. The "-.-cords of f..r.-st or fen A language no -met i,,av lH.rrow To read its rich Meaning to men A 11.1 lien, through 'niigi'istaiire,iii,-.-,utiti-d J lie deep rivers roll to the main, Ami 1 the M-a-wiii.1 above them have chanted V cird ix lns ol passion or jiaiu. The ti.le, in their rhythmic emotion, To the (pit lii-riiig waters untold Tlie ititinite grief of the oeeau On the breast of the billows outrolleil: A 1-AKISI AN NOVKI.KTTK. She was (inly a jnmr sew uig-gul noth ing more. Her days were s-H-ut in a factory, where, with hundreds of others, she worked tal ly anil late ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 May 1883

"SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. Wednesday, May 23, IMS. B. F. SCHWEIER, JMTOB ASD FKOrBIBTSB.. Ths editor of the Philadelphia Times has ben condeumiag Gover nor Pattison for not abolishing a ) certain Philadelphia oflice. The Gov- ernor smarting under the strictures, had a private letter bearing on the question that McClure Bent him pub lished to prove that the Colonel did not want the office abolished. It was a mistake to publish the letter ; first because it was a private letter ; sec 1 ond, because it does not prove that the editor was, or is opposed to the abolition of the office. The Gover nor seemed to believe that the letter would place the Colonel in the posi tion of having acted inconsistently, but in that he also made a mistake, for the letter does not say that he is opposed to the abolition of athe office. The question of the . de struction of the office is not mention ed in the letter. The document simp ly expresses confidence in the ap pointment that the Governo...

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. — 23 May 1883

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: WedMOnday, May aa, MS8 TERMS. Subscription, $IJiO per annas, if pa r2i oV.h2rnu,8i 2- ot -ffl" Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col Btnn, 10 oeet per line for each insertion. Deductions will be nude to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter Tear. SHORT LOCALS. The Legislature will adjourn June Cth. James Simons is Laving Lis house repainted. Fort Royal is to hare a musical convention. Win. Banks is engaged in shipping Lis steers eastward. There was a heavy white frost last xnursuay morning. Samuel Bergy shipped a lot of cat tle eastward on Saturday. The banks will be closed on deco ration day. Jacob Sulouff has Bold Lis Lvery business to David B. Sieber. Wm. Howe, of Tyrone, has been Yisumg nis parents in this place. Academy girls pitch quoits some times when they have leisure to do so. From all parts of the county re ports speak highly of the growin...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 May 1883

How to More. Nothing can lie mule more difficult, more perplexing and heart-breaking than mcmnif, If only certain conditions are ob served. It makes no difference bow early you bepin to tear up the old house: how thoroughly you clean the new one; how well you pack your moving will Mill be a torture and terror, unless you work more ' steadily with your brains than with your bands. Industry and enerey are of value, but system and a bottle cf markiug ink make the easy flitting. The woman, then, who wigheg to leave one house and estab lish herself in a new one with as little sense of upheaval and ruinous volcanic action as possible, is wise, if, in the first place, the has her new bouse thoroughly cleaned, and, not trusting to the owner or agent's assurance that it is in '-perfect order," has the kitchen range, the waier and gas pipes examined, so that the work men may not descend on her, and all necesary repairs be started on the first wash day in her new home. The next step is to have...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 May 1883

B. P. SCHWEIER, THE 00S3TITUTI0I-TEE 115101-151) THE ETTOEOEMEHT OP THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXYII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. MAY 20. 1SS3. NO. 22. A SI MMEU SONG. Good morning, O wWt moruiug Kivs me with sun and wimi ' Ami without word of warning Then let xhr heart be taken V lilt many b.ii.v ;, To heirtUes,.!, awaken . ron,' ou' t"e bluebird skv 1 lie robins' silver liuting I. pon the majile tops, The sparrows' pay disputing. In every he.lj.-e or copse; The lark's long, mellow whistle n 2 ',erth''1,U are "" J Woist; Tlie finch upon, the thistle- The w ood dove, echo-voiced; The pha-hesoft!v railing- The warblers' bidden choir W here apple flowers are talli'ii" And darts the oriole's tire " The swallow builds her dwelling t if clay from sunny pooU; The doves their loves are tclllii-r The scolding wren o'errules, " I p starts the golden flicker, And hurls his notes aliotit; The blu. jays tilt and bicker The cuckoo's a sly scout; lint hark: from la...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 May 1883

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFL1NT0WN. W ednewday. May 30, ISS3. B. F. SO II WE IE It, IDITOE AID rSOPUKTOK. A sew military company is being organized in Lancaster Fa. The Indian scliool at Carlisle con tains 240 boys, and 127 girls. Brooklyn Bridge which was open ed last Thursday was 1G years in building, and cost about $15,000,000. What was "Wiggins and Vennor about that they failed to predict the snows of last week in the west and south? The Democratic State Convention is to be held on the first day of the long hot month of August, in Har rifeburg. Ox Sunday evening a week, a so called workingmen's congress, which was held in Paris, ended with a gen eral fight Tub Kentucky State Republican Convention met at Lexington on the 23rd of May and was opened by the 6inging of "Xearer, My God, to Thee,' by a colored choir. The Brooklyn bridge is not a free bridge. One would think that if there fchould be a free bridge any where in the world it should be be tween New York and Brooklyn. Br ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 May 1883

I m SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: Wednesday, Majr SO, issa. TERMS. """''" Ixt annum if paid Transient advertisement!! inserted at 50 cents per inch for each inrti,.n Transient business notices in local col- nne lor each insertion. IHHlnrtinna I i - . .1 ------ - - ... to uuug 10 mose aesirii. ' j " jiar, nail or quarter SHORT LOCALS. Hog cholera is prevalent in Dauphin countv. upper The grave yard insurance wave has reacueu ivansas. just to tinuk, men wear crushed straw uerry colored hose. The corn that was planteil early is uu"iuB auove ground. J. iv. Uisu, a citizen of Walker townsuip, nad 4 hogs to die. Many horses in Altoona are afflict ed with the piuk eye distemper. Wm. Cunningham, of ililfordtwp., iiau severe anacK oi pnenumonia. Luke Davis is off to the west on visit to his brother and other friends. Jeremiah Lyon, and Mason Irwin, nave associated lor the practice of law. -n- ij- eiuman, in ims town ren- i. 1 1 1 I'O . "wjiu rename me insurance com panies. Miss Dais...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 May 1883

Cattle Ranches of leuk Tue Xortiiweet Texas Cattle Kaisers' Association has been in - ssioii for three days at Jt'ort Worths The orgaTiization has a rai rubersu'p of 223, who own from 1000 to GO.OtM) cattle, and repre sent a grand total of 1, 400,OiK) cattle. There are several who can boast of the ownen-hip of from 40 009 to 60,000 head, and fourteen who lay claim to over 20,u00. Among the firs from tbe Xirth to embark in tba rauchiug busi ness in Texas were the UarroM JJroth ers, who went from Iiloouiington, III., in the fall of 1S75. The aggregate of their worldly posiseKsious aniounited to S4S.(KK). This stita they ipvested in Greer and Tom Green comities, starting out with 4300 c&ttla To-day they are the owners of 00,000 head, and are re puU-d to be worth at least 1,500.000. During the aeanonof lS2they sold 10,- 000 head, and this year they expect to brand 13,000 calves. For the last six years they have been grading np with shorthorns and Hereford., end have now one of the b...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 June 1883

i ,rtA AAtA AA rttrA tS iA'AA 11 RIP riiAAAAlAyi1lA ri4 Ml Will SCHWEIER, THE 00 JSTITTJTIO J THE TJHOI AID THE ETFOEOEKEIT OT THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVII. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 6. 1SS3. NO. 23. kwwww WWMWW WWW LWWiPWW B. F. t I HE MCHIISCALE. There Is a bird, a plain, browu bird That dwell!) in lauds fUr, Whose wild, delirious song is heard With evening's first white star. ' When, dewy-fresh and still, the ui-ht Steals to the waiting world, " And the new nun in slitters silver bright And the rlutti-riug wiuas are furled. ' When the ba'.ui of summer is in the air And the deep rose breathes of musk And there comes a wart of blossoms fciir Through the enchanted du.sk. Th.-n breaks the sikiu-e a heavenly strain And thrills the quiet night ' With a rich and wonderful refrain A rapture of delight. ' All listeners that rare music hail, All whisper softly: "Hark! It is the matchless nightingale, Sweet-singing in the dark." He has no pride ot ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 June 1883

smmEL k .REPDBLjRg J1IFFLINT0WN. Wednesday, Jane 6, 1S3. B. F. S U II V E I E R , rnrroa aicd riopairro.. The paradise for strong minded women is in Illinois. Democratic leaders are engaged in the effort to straddle the tariff. British people are talking in favor of constructing a second Suez Ca nal. Thb bells from 5,000 steeples rang out a ringing peel in Moscow, Rus sia, when the Czar was crowned. The Prohibition party of Pittsburg have nominated Ira K. Howard of Franklin, Pa., for State Treasurer. The board of Overseers of Harvard College voted down the proposal to confer the degree of L. L. D., on Governor Butler. A satiokal conference of Free Traders was held in Detroit Michi gan last week. It was the left wing of the Democratic party. The Knight Templars held the Grand Coiumandery at Lancaster last week. John Graybill from this place, was a representative. The Sucker women, that is the Illinois women are more furious riot ers than their husbands. Young man when you go west, ta...

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