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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 June 1883

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wedor Hilar, June 6, 1SS3, TERMS. Subscription, $1.60 per tnnnm if Mid within 12 months; $2.00 if not paid within 12 month. Transient advertisement inserted at 60 cents per inch lor each insertion. Transient basiness notices in local col mn, 10 cents per line tor each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter rear. SHORT LOCALS. Dr. Derr, is a sufferer with mat ism. rheu There cau be no worse man than a jury fixer. Teacher W. I. Hibbs, was in town last week. Port Royal has the Musical Con vention fever, Tattersonis going on with the macadamizing of her streets. Henrv Auker, of Walker town ship, is afflicted with malaria. The County Sabbath School Con vention opens to lay at Academia. Ihe bass anglers have been busv but the number of bass caught is not large. j The Port Royal band will hold a ! cake walk next Friday and Saturday evenings. Samuel Wilson has had his fill of the west, and lias r...

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 June 1883

A IlS AKh AilLt. STJUJ. The following narrative i3e'.f-extlaratc f . The letter wlucii precedes it is a true copy oi trie onirmal, ana was sent to as toeewei with the details, by an olEccr iiow in lb LuileJ Slates Navy. United State Flahip Xomad, ) lSavy Yard, Boston, Mage.. January 10, l-i-. ) .Vy oVrcr Friend Yoar kind favor con taining; corxrintulationa in my restoration to health is before nie. v lien we parted thirty mouths airo little did e imasriue tint either would be brooprlit near death's door hy a dis ease which seleitn for its victims th-e who i resent an internal field of con-tilQaona! weakness forits fir-it attack, because youand 1 were in those davs the iiersonihcauon ot health and can claim thisto-day.tliankU'id! U hy I can do so will lie lold to-morrow,wlien we meet at yoar dinner, as yon only know that 1 have ssed through a terrible illness; my de.ivery from death belli-' ane to tne wonderful discovery in medical science. made by a man who to-cUy stand iu the front...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 June 1883

SlWfMlf. ITT fllrTiM' fit brv.v Av. ' 111 CS 55t: o f, rri fVI I IK P. SCHWEIER, tee ooisnnrnoi the mnoi aid tee xxfokoexeit or tee lays. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVII. MIFFLINTOAYN. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 13. 1SS3. NO. 21. : - B. XKI a , . I ,,: , Every day hi m fresh beKiiininis Every morn is the world made new i ou who fre wr?T7 of oorrow and sinnin H ere is a beautiful hope for you A hop for m and a hope for you. A" tbe Pf1 ,hin,g are past and over, . jrarenuy cover, lesterday s wounds, whi. ). .o-.J ounda, which smarted and bled. Are 'i111 tLe healinS which night Yesterday now is a part of forever- tight IW 8l,eaf' hich hoUs With glad days and sad davs, and bad dava which never Shall visit us. more with their bloom and their blight, Their fullness of sunshine or sorrowful mghu Let them go, since we cannot re-live them I annot undo and cannot an me- ' God in Ida mercy receive and forgive them; Only the new days are our own, To-day is ouis aud to-day alone. ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 June 1883

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN ' MIFFL1NT0WN. -Wednesday, Jane 13, ISS3. B?F. SCIIWEIER, EMTOK AXS FCOFBrETOB. QtrxKX Victoria is in paor health, with dropsy. Tnsr say that the half breeds have raptured Arthur,. Doea, "they say" know? Th Republican State Convention of Ohio endorsed the course of Pres ident Arthur. Gexkru. Cbook has been heard from down in Mexico, but he has not captured the Indians. A hsavt snow storm raged in Col orado on Friday June 8. Here the thermometer was up to 85 in the shade. The Democrats of Iowa put a State ticket in the field last week and pass ed resolutions favoring a tariff for "revenue only." Thi Philadelphia Times is poking ing a sharp stick into the ribs of the Press, of the tame city for publish ing lottery advertisements. Gexkkal Chook has been gone long enough to have caught the Indians lie wont to catch, and to have been vaught himself by the red skins. Which will it be?" The Government has a feeling of anxiety for Crook. The Turkish government has ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 June 1883

V SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFtLINTOWN: Wednesday, Jane 13, 183. TERMS. Subscription $10 per ,nnnm if paid ccncr 60 Tracsiont business notices in local col- nl? .C r Une for cach insertion. Pednct.ons w,U be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter SHORT LOCALS. On deck, the potato bag. There is a new lamp iu the bridge. Samuel Bergy buys cows all the time. More Heck's. new boots and shoes at Vetemary surgeon Cyrrw Sieber is kept buisy. Dos have been killing sheep in Milford townshin. a. Soma fanner espe:t to cut grass ir lifir fins n-.L- for hay this week. Big fish Etorios are slow about coming to the front. Luke Divis is nfT -- iv, his brother the Doctor. Philo Hamlin is home from Troy N. Y. Polytechnic College. A residenco in a canal boat is call ed, a home on the rolling deep. 15. F. Trego has resigned the clerk ship that lie held in Schott's store. Joseph Sliddagh is visiting his daughter Mrs. Sloan, at Bradford Full moon on the 20th, some men get full ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 June 1883

Cp Tbe Kile. George Fancett Bo we writes thus in re lation to the .Nile tod vicinity: A little after sunrise on oar third day we ap proached what la the distance appeared to be a grand fortified city, Cairo, with towers and turrets, bastions and lofty wails. Beyond and above rose ragged cliffs of lin,estoBe, and when tne beat touched the landing-pisce I jumped ashore, and got an hour's start of the procession for the tombs of Uenl llastan. Across fields of the blue lupin I made for the picturesque hills, and tried by the way to enlist the services ot some child ol nature as a guide, but tbe younestcrs ran screaming away from the evil eyes of tbe Giaour. As 1 neared that which appeared like a turreted town, it turned out to lie mereiy the ruins of a vil lage, magnified by their position on an jmpofin elevation, once the bank of tbe river but now a mile inland. This village had for many years a disreputable record, its inhabitants being a horde of thieves; so Ibrahim i'acha, with that...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 June 1883

II ' i - .fa B. P. SCHWEIER, TEE OOISTITinTOI-THE OTIOI-AID THE E1T0SOEMEIT OF THE LAF8. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXTII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENN A.. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 20. 1SS3. NO. 25. A NOKTMKKX MAT. The n.l of a Uuit ,,.ks her , lorn i Is doim'd too ,rly fr the spring-tide "a a'"l" ,"r '"-w a cant. In futile Henrch for downy shelter there Her Mnv riua aru.s uj-.n her br.-o.st are CtlMHll; The airy veil a We her golden hair Is all aglow with diamonds of frost. And from her hands a wreath of dairies slil. And at her feet, in blighted beauty, lies; The smile Is fatten on her lovely lips' Au iey terror dims her devy eyes. ' Turn Wk, O May! turn Wk and warm thy w luifs In Time's ol.l rave, at 'Winter's funeral l.yre, And route not forth till Earth, thy bride groom, springs To clasp t hee, flowing, to his heart of fire! LOST AM) I'UI'Mi, My Aunt Hester declared it to lie an liisuiteralile nuisance living ju the midst i innis ana lactones, having f.tr ycuir neighliors workmen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 June 1883

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFL1NT0WN. Wednesday, Jane 2Q, IMS. B. F. SOHWEIER, EDITOE A rOrIETO. CitooK extended his 6taffand Crook ed in the Indians. The Jury in the Star Route case brongtat in a Teruict ot not guilty laet Thursday. The ending of the trial caused quite an excitement at Washington. Democbat are poking fun at the Republicans of Kentucky for opening their State Convention with prayer. Perhaps it would be as well for Dem ocrats to pray once in a while. Florida is pronounced by a New York paper to be a fortunate state, for the reason that it raises two crops every year, one of oranges, and the other of Yankee boarders in the Win ter months. Both yield handsome profit to the state. General Crook, who but a few days ago subdued a hostile Indian tribe, is described by a writer who claims to know him as follows :Tren eral George Crook is about fifty-three years of age, bat he looks little more than forty. He is about five feet ten inches high, wiry as a greyhound, and can ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 June 1883

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, Jane 20, 1883, TERMS. SntacriptioD, $10 per annum if mH Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Dednctions will be made to those desirinr to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. Court Proceedings! On the 12th inst, a regular argu ment court was held rith all the judges present The first business was that of striking off or post pon- injr cases, ait ine cases were post poned till June 2G, when a special ar guinent court will be held, excepting mr- c hi o iuuto jl. uoon, auuunis trator of Elizbeth Boon vs. John R McWillianis, which was argued, and motion overruled, and the Prothono tary is directed upon payment of the jury fee to enter judgement upon the veruieu The jury trial of Showers & Scholl vs. R. B. Nixon resulted in a verdict lor uelemlant. The petition of citizens of the town snip oi spruce liill, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 June 1883

i . ; I. ! i . . . I ; i . 1 . J. V, -. 1. a 1 ti '.- 1 ... 1..- : Is ! u t.-u 1'. -! .. 1. is t t I-' U :. i . . . I..: ..u.-i' 1 tl.-1-i t- i..M 1 ; .r : 'i'-- witii ;i!i''- r.:. Mm- I v I ..!.!.! t !.! ..nU-ri-l th. t t I, is j.(-.-krt.i r:.-nn- .vat, r.:!u A y.n nil t! U'-ut-y m- a cl.'ii l-.ir; tout l.iy on t no cmii-trr. 1 hi- M-t-ut fcauvil il')wu ti.o liarn I ! tl.i- J t .J and r.-ai!ily coin. lit .1, jaitting (h, i ViTvc-i tLf: lal, into tin: li.i;r. liii-ot!.. r tw.i ui-u wi re instructed to s-Lo ii, mid 1,i-li tin y il.U.-d enij-ty jMK ki t li or.s, I liiuJe t!,fiutliaKo tliclu, l.ut lkiuiiig lie bad Uiiidc a svn'e-rliuul m f.ir it t!.cy were coin i -riit-d, lnuikitil to tlii' d'Mir with iiLs lii-tul t-tiji lcvilcii on ttit-ia with the rcliiitrk, 'i tievt-r saw so iiiaijy iii'ty jiocktt-l'Ooks and bo little ijioh'V, aiid lilting tiis liut with a (.race tl.at wmiM have tioiie credit to a (.'Ijcrti-riitlil, he bti'l'l'cd out into the ilarkuci-u of the liiKtit, ainl lie-fore...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 June 1883

aifci-.sic.- -.,: 1 B. F. SCHWEIER, THE GOISTmmOI-THE UIIOI-AID THE E5T0E0EEIT 01 THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVII. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 27. 1SS3. NO. -2t. 1 ' - iliiili ft "fir .1 I" lOKWAKU. In. aim r, wailing for darkness with xur rutiliil, UriM'ptiii; eyes, I. inj.r not in the valley iMOiiuaiiliig the lay that is done! I"l;i;ib The eastern iiuitiiitains and welcome the nsy- skie .-ver Jt wa the settiug so fair as the rising sun! 1. ar is tli' pas!; It. treasures we hold iu -ur hearts t'ir ay-; .a- t the hand ttiat wiiiild scatter one wr.-arli ul its gariu-r-d flowers; lint l;n''r I.W-ssing ami honor wilt nimc w itii th- W uking day II. iii. ili.n. To-morrow, nnr tarry with .t-riay 's eh.fst! y hours! M.ik the summers hasten through l.;..s.-..ii.itig l,.-iils nf .1 mu 'I. ll,, .in i ! laii.s nf the vintage and 1 . Is ! e. ilii.-ii rum : '-I" . i.ih.rs ul ill; I lav i-h luv stu al run.-, runs nature K r myriads pr.-ss to t .II. -w ami th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 June 1883

kntixel & :i:rriiif:cA:5 A LiU' ulaior in tlie wtst fa.il- 4 liW CLUHMKO. The coal trade of the ISroa 1 Top liegic Las teen tdtnoet total! tus-eiid-d. -liBljoi) J..ili-r. of CiiK-muaU. pro - nwum luuuu uamuif uu 7"ua luna taal be uo darj,iii of ur kind af ter dark at ("iitholk- picnics' or enter tainments." Abchbishop Wij1 of the Catholic church died in Philadelphia at his home on the l'Jth inst He was born in Philadelphia in 113. lie became a. priest when he was 31 rears of age. ILuiii.T the Democrat candidate for Governor in Ohio lives in the same ward in Cincinnati that For aker the Republican candidate for Oovernor lives in. What a time the boys will have in that ward dur ing the campaign. There is a lull iH nil the business now, excepting in Agriculture, and in that pursuit this and the 3 months to come are the most important month of the year, for in them are harvest ed the hay, and grain, and an other crop of wheat sowed for nest year. The New York Independent says : The ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 June 1883

& REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : sdajr, JBDC TZT, IS3. TERMS S'Lmths: $2-00 if not paid within ' nt advertisements inserted at 60 inch fr each insertion, wiient business notices in local col 'ui cents per line for each insertion. tions will be made to those desiring voii bT the i cMT' bM r quarter ' SHORT LOCALS. tfiil you go to tpe n the house. Ljst FriJiiV wfts tbe first S& W kr this Bttuimer. ements to his Louse. trvrrins savs that July 20 is to b J,me,t day of the year. v,n tin send a message by your 1 u 11.- .!.. voire over t "e reiuuuc. c p Fiul;er has bought a plat ra grain limler for his farm. ""-n-Jro Tins a oate walk on Panna- J Uvi - . er's Idanl m Tuarora twp. The martins do not visit the town 1 . .. !r..nt .if the Bnarrow. P.-.T C-etrce ljenaugu wiu late a ' ' .1-, .;!. fli month of Jnlv. ae.oii'" '"a i,stsceUs a week of many festivals antl entertainments in town, tf itlir the past year a Hunting e jier has buried 84 persons. "ihe Democratic State Convention J gto;.m ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 June 1883

The Story of a Hob; A ritfer from ML Sterli&; Kefitujr eayt the mountaineer of th region is a very deceiTing man. Tbe tneft ho life among tbe hill", in remote places inac cessible ticept on horseback, along bridle paths and lonely forest roads look insignificant, but they are shrewd, ac tive and indomitable in determination and courage. Tbe old Scotch vindictive ness in matters of family feud is a ruling characteristic, and when two families take up their shot-guns and begin to go snite-bunUng for each other it will not end until one or tbe other is extinct and he If tbe county baa been drawn into tbe feud through part.san feeling or interest. John Barnett, tbe Menifee county man who is in jail here on tbe charge of murder and theft, is a fair specimen of tbe class, lie is a tall, grim, gaunt man, with dark whiskers, hatchet-face and sour, lie is perhaps 35 years old, impressive and quiet, yet cool as an ice berg, and as intrepid in a fight as a hero, quick to resent an affront,...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 July 1883

. i . I " ' - . T '- - - . .7" - - " - . .-'. . " wlWw wilt glJ B. P. SCHWEIER, TIB OOISTITTmOI-THE TJHOJ AID TEE EI70X0E1CEXT 0? TEE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. ---, i . , VOL. XXXVfl. BLASTtD HOPE. He softly whispered In her ear "Shall we to the cafe Meander now my little dear?" She never spoke him nay.' 7 ,'?n dow? tUe lan and maid. Then did he gently quoth; r "Wilt thou have cream or lemonade" She simply answered "both." The smileathat erstwhile wreathed hUcueek 1 . turmtL For tho' each pocket he did seek He found but twenty cent. ' He said, "My dear, a man I see Who owes me dollars seven," Then from the room he swift did tiiet ' l To breathe the air of Heaven. 5 ' ' The maiden she did sit and wait Her nice young man's returning But ne'er a waiter brought the plate Of cream her heart was yearning. And still she sits with ashen lip And neither sound nor motion"-! " As silent as a chromo ship ' 1 f 1 On a lithographic ocean. mmmmmmm l ABKAOlXE-g LOVE. Carradine sat aione at his e...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 July 1883

OTVTrCTI JL, DFDTTDTTni'N MIFFLINTOWN. WgfH.ajr, JsUy It. 1883. ""fTsch w"kier7 CDtTOB AMD rBOrEIKTOB. The theory is advanced that the "northern lights" are caused by dis turbances on the Sun. Wkst Point has an other colored cadet, his name is Alexander, he has an ordeal before him that will put bim to the severest test The Republicans having declared for a tariff! the Democrats are in a sweat because they are afraid to say that they are opposed to tariff. Cholera has broken out in Egypt in a violent form, and trade through the Suez canal has on that account Leen suspended to a great degree. New York business men have shut down on taking trade dollars. The probablity is that it is a movement of certain business men to make money. A pHnanEij-raA jury some days go connoted a young man for be traying a young woman nDdcr prom ise of marriage. Judge Tierce sen teneed the young man to two years imprisonment Wmn the past two weeks great floods prevailed in certain tiarts of India. Many tow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 July 1883

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, Jaiw nf i8g8 TE KMS. . Subscription, $1.50 per annum if oaid within 12 months ; $2.00 if not paid within ;2 month. Trns'e' advertisements inserted at 60 cents pet inch lor each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be nude to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. SHOR T LOCALS. Exit check stamps. Snyder's plaiuing machine does nice work. The weather last week was hard on the dude. An exchange remarks that dignity Holmes irwm was home on the ith Iroui .New 1'ort. A great ded of hay in this county -as luuiujjiAi uv ruin. luo heat was 110 degrees in the sun on tne 4ta of July. Apples in Juniata will not be plen ty iuo cummjj autumn. m. it. l . xuc liituujoiiicLer ranged amon the nineties all last week. T1. i jluo iciiiun ui bume people is nothmg more than a social impulse. The Juniata Valley camp meeting will open August 14 and close Ang Us...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 July 1883

7 -rr- Young Women Wae !, "Do women learn to swim here? Well, ya, I should say they do," said a rwim inin? master, in reply to the query ot a it porter. "We generally have from Ave hundred to elx hundred nonen end jtirl pupil every season, an d the desire io learn the art seems to be extendi n among the stx year by year.' 'Is it lb easy to teach a w.:nmn or a ul tx swim s it is a man or a bo?'' ".NoC uuite; tut, then, there are excep tions to the rule. A woman is more con tiding than a man, generally, and puts her trust in her leaciier more fully than a man, but when (he first touches the water and goes through the motions of swimming she is apt to l very nervous She is slow of conipiehension for a time. A man plunges in recklessly, digests his instructions with out park-) loi; and Las none of that nervous fear that reiurds the progress of nearly all women." '"Are there any good swimmers among your female pupils?" "Oh, yes, several. We have one young lady ot nineteen who can do two ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 July 1883

I hi; p. F. SCHWEIER, THE GOSSTlT U TiOl THE UITOI AID TEE EETOEOEXEIT 07 TEE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXYII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. JULY 18. 1SS3. to NO. 29. """ " 1 XH bi"ii.in or The skst. tv-t'II come again to the apple tree fUpin a ail the rest the orchard branches are fair to see It the snow of the blossom drest, th prettiest thing in the world will be A5" -rfth- nit JJK i.J.i""6 - -- taring it well, round and trim, H,wiP " wiln care Vhinfi too lar away for him, " Nothing for her too fair Hairing ' "n tne tFnost limb, Their castle in the air. v mother-bird, you'll have weary days Whrt !he ejzgs are under your breast, ltd shallow may darken the dancing rays When the wee ones leave the nest; ganhrv'll find their wings in a glad amaze, And Oud will sec to the rest. 5, tome to the trees with all your train " Whrn the afl'le blossoms blow; jj-i.ugb the April shimmer of sun and rain (jollying to and fro, wi sing IO "r hearts as we watch again Voar ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 July 1883

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFL1NT0WN. Wednesday, July IS, 1883. B. F. SCHWEIER, EDITOB AXD rBOPBISTOB. REPUBLICAN TICKET. State. For State Treasurer William Livkbv. For Auditor Gtaertl Jkbomb B. Xilks. The shock of an earthquake start led people in Southern Illinois a-t Saturday. By one step cholera passed from Egypt to London, England. Where next? The Governor of Missouri proposes to stop the wale of liquor on Sab bath. One hnndred and fifty deaths a iay by cholera were reported by tele graph from Egypt last week. The post master general has de Tided that lottery advertisements Bhall not be sent through the mail. Hensel's reform speech on teeth brushes, looking glasses, pen "knives and barber shops will have to be folded ; it will not do this or nest year. A statistical despatch from across the sea states that deaths by violence average 40,000 a year in liussia, there being an average of three mur ders a day. About 1250 are frozen to death a year. The Republican state Convention t...

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