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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 October 1874

-s-zse-n fry to to B. F. SCHWEIER, THB CONSTITUTION TH1 UNI05 AND THE I5TOKCIMEST OF TH1 LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., OCTOBER 14, 1S74. NO. 41. Poetry. A LENKOS. I said, mv life ia a beautiful thing, I will crown me with ita flowers, I will sing of its glory all day long. For my harp is young, and sweet, and strong And the passionate power in my song Shall thrill all the golden hoars. And over the sand and over the stone. For ever and ever the wares rolled on. I said, my life is a terrible thing. All rained, and loot, and crashed. I will heap its ashes upon my head, I will wail for my joy and my darling dead. Till the dreary dirge for the days that are fled Stirs faint through the doll, dumb dost. And orer the sand and over the stoue. For ever and ever the waves rolled on. I said, I was proud in my hoar of mirth. And mad in my first despair. Now, I know nor earth, nor sky, nor sea. Has heed or helping for one like me. The doom or the...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 October 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTO-VN. Wednesday, October 14, IST4. B. F. SU II WE I Ell, kditob axn rsnrairTOB. EEHJEnCAKKOHINATIONS. STATE TICKET. LIEUTENANT UOVEttXOR, ARTHUR C OLMSTED, - - Of PUTTKR COtNTV. SUPREME JCIMJE, EDWARD M. PAXSON, or i'uiLAiti.riii. AL'IlTOK CENERAL, HARRISON ALLEN, OF WARREN COUNTT. FECaETABT OP INTERNAL AFFAIB3, ROBERT B. DEATH, OK BCUCTLKILL COUNT!. COt'STY TICKET. CONGRESS, Ges'l LAXGHOKXE WHTEtt, of Duncanuou, l'erTv couutv. ASSFMBLV, GEORGE M. SMELKER, of Tusca rorm township. COUNTY COMMISSIONER, C. t. SHELLEXl'EUGER, of Fay ttte towuslip. COUNTY SURVEYOR, Capt. James j. Patterson, of Beale township. COUNTY AUDITOR, Lieut. J. L. BARTON, of Spruce Hill township. Eepublican County Committee. Chaikhax (i. W. S until, rtteron P.O. Secetat Kichaid Doyle, Walnut P.O. Mitliintown-ll. A. ftaiulungh; J.S.Martin. Fermanagh Isaac Sieber, J. M. Hower. Walker W. II. Kurtz. W. II. Lulteni. Fayette Jesse Grtibb. T. T. Davis. Monro? II. Ci. Shelleiiberger, Jaco...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 October 1874

"SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOTN: Wieariesday. OCtdber 14, 1ST4 ' TERMS. Subscription, $1.&0 per annum. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. " Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 ceuts per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be male to th e desiring to advertUe by the year, half or quarter year. PEKN'A. K. lTIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Viftlin Station as follows: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express, Fast Line, Paeitic Express, ltarriaburg Accommo., l)av Express, Mail, Cincinnati Express, WISTWAXD. Pittsburg Express, Cincinnati Express, Pacific, Way passenger, Mail, Fast Line, Mifflin, Jur.e 21, 1874. 12 48 a m. 115 a m. 10 VI am. 11 liS am. 1 42 p m. la p m. 6 fO p m. 1 20 a ra. 2 11 a m. 6 a m. 10 04 a in. 33 p ro. 6 45 p m. LUCJL IXTE LLIGE A CE. Rabbi's may now be shot, :n conlormity with, or to law. The w heat fields present rather prom ising apjicarance. l'rotect your lamps from coal oil cxple aions by calling on...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 October 1874

Agricultural. Cows That Kick. Many of oar beet com dislike to be milked, ui are fussy and nneacy when you set a pail under them. This is particularly the case with the Jersey grades. Instances of this kind seem to be more numerous than formerly, and are most numerous in dairies kept under the forcing sys tem adopted by those who supply milk for the market or cheese factory. In many or perhaps most cases, cows be come addicted to it after haying been milked for a few years ; though quiet and gentle the first year of their milk ing. There is no doubt that the pro duction of a large quantity of milk is often attended with a sensation of sore ness and exhaustion in the lacteral parts, which induce a sensation of dread and dislike to be milked by the animal. In a case like this and I think they comprise fully nine-tenths of the trou blesome milkers it is the worxt kind of folly to abate a cow for ticking. When a cow becomes troublesome about milking, the best thing that can be done is to...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 October 1874

B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THE UNION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAW 3. Editor and Proprietor VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., OCTOBER 21, 1S74. NO. 4-2. Poetry, An J this m the end of it all ! it rounds the year's completeness; Only a walk to the stile, through fields afoam with sweetness; Only the suuset-lnjht, pnrple and reI on the river; And a liugering71ow good-night, that means good-bye forever. So be it ! and God be with yon ! It bad been, perhaps, more kind Had you sooner (pardon the word) been sure of knowing yonr mind. We can boar so much in yonth who cares for a swift, sharp pain ? And the two-edged sword of truth cuts deep, bat it leaves no stain ! I shall just go back to my work to my little household cares. That never make any show. By time perhaps, in my prayers; I may think of you ! For the rest, on this way we've trodden together. My foot shall fall as lightly as if my heart were a feather, Aud not a woman's heart, strong to have and to keep, P...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 October 1874

r SHTim & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWX. Hcdaetdaj. October 31, 1874. B. F. SC'IIWEIEll, ihitoi d raoraiiToa. EEJPBUCAU KOMIKATIOSS. STATE TICKET. LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, ARTHUR G. OLMSTED, OF POTTER COL'NTT. fl PRtMB JCIKil, EDWARD M. PAXSOX, OP PHILADELPHIA. AUDITOR flENERAL, HARRISON ALLEN, . OK WARREN COCSTT. SECRETARY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS, RORERT B. DEATH, OF SCHUYLKILL COCNTT. C'OFSTY TICKET. CONGRESS, Gxn'l LANT. HORSE WISTEtt, of Duocannon, l'erry couuty. ARFEMRLT, GEORGE M. SMELKER, of Tusca rora township. COUNTY COMMISSIONER, C. D. SI1EL.LENBEUGER, of Fay ette township. COUNTY SURVEYOR, Catt. JAMES J. PATTERSON, of Bella township. COUNTY AUDITOR, LiRcr. J. L. BARTON", of Sprnce Hill township. Republican County Committee. CnataiiasG.vV'. Smith, Patterson P.O. Secsltart Richard Doyle, Walnut P.O. Hiflliujown II. A. f-tamluiigh, J.S.Martiu. Fermanagh Isaac Sielicr, J. M. Hower. Walker W. II. Kurtz, W. II. Lukcns. Fayette Jesse Grnbb, T. T. Davis. Monroe II. G. Shellenhergcr, Jacob B...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 October 1874

Sentinel & republican MIFFLIXIOWX; WvdrieidaT. OCtdbcr dl, 18T4. TERMS. Subscription, tlM per annum. Transieut advertisements inserted at cent per inch for each inicrtion. 30 transient business notices in local edl Bmn, 10 cents per Hue lor each insertion. Deductions will be male kith sedesirln year, hall' or quarter year. PENN'A. E. RETIME TABLE. Passenger traini leave Mifflin Station a follows: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express, Fast Line, 1'aeitlc Express, Harnshurg Accommb., Iav Express, Mail, Cincinnati Express, wrirwARb. Pittsburg Express, Cincinnati Express, Pacific, Way Passenger, Mail, Fast Line, Mifflin, Jui.e 21; 1874. 15 48 a in. 1 15 a m. 10 01 a iu. 11 -2H a in. 1 4-i p ra. 6 IS p m. 6 i0 p m. 1 20 am. 2 14a m. B 6 a m. 10 4 a in. 33 p ni. 6 4 " p m. LOCAL IXTELLlGEStE. Traveling has bjen resumed on the river bridge. Election day comes on Tuesday, the 3rd day of IN oa ember. The thickest frost of the season put in an appearance last Tliuitday morning. A rush of advert...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 October 1874

Agricultural. Extract of Apples. In Rome parte of Ohio new processes of utilizing apples hare been invented and pat in opera tion, whioh place the culture of this fruit noon an entirely new basis. Oue process is of making apple-jelly, and one of "anDle-butter." The jelly is a condensed product requiring a large quantity of apples for a corresponding small amount of jelly, and tt must, by conseauence be dear, and perhaps it is neither as profitable nor as popular an industry as the other, which uses the whole of apples with little condensa tion. Apple-bntter differs from the ap- ple-sause of New England only in the manufacture. Appie-sauoe is made, or nsed to lie made, by boiling down ci der, that of sweet apples UHually pre ferred, aud of adding pared and quart ered apples when the whole was boiled just enough to make the apple soft, but not enough to break down the structure. In making apple-butter the boiling is continued much longer, and the whole maris is thoroughly mixed togeth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 28 October 1874

itifit ;lfiiie ill ieplim B. F. SCHWEIER, THE C0X8TITUTI05 THE CNIOJT AXD THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor VOT YYVTfT " " -. . , . -v-tV. t ill. MTFFTJNTOWK JTTNTTA 'oetry. LEAKS TO KEEP 1IOISE. Beautiful maidens aye, nature's fair queens. Some in your twenties aud some in your teens. Keeking accomplishment worthy your aim. Striving for learning. thirsting for fame; Taking audi pains with the style of 'your hair. Keeping your lily complexion tto fair; Mine not this item in all your gay Uvea, Learn to keep house, you may one dy be wives- Learn to keep house. Now your Adonis loves sweet moonlight walks, Hand clasjvs. and kisses, and nice little talks. Thm, as plain Charley, with his burden of care. He must subsist on mure nourishing fare; He will come home at the set of the sun Heart sick and weary, his working day done. Thence lei his slippered feet ne'er wish to roam.. Learn to keep boose that you may keep homo. Learn to keep bouse. First in bis eyes wili be childr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 28 October 1874

. as.. SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN. Wedncadar. October M, I8T4. B. F. SO II WE IE It, boitob a rtorairroa. BEPUBUCAN K0MD?ATI0NS. STATE TICKET. LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, ARTHUR G. OLMSTED, OF POTTER COIKTT. 6C PRE Jig JLIKJE, EDWARD M. PAXSON, OK PHILADELPHIA. AUDITOR GENERAL, HARRISON ALLEN, OF WARREN COlTNTT. SECRETART OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS, ROBERT B. BEATH, OF 8CHITLKILL COCNTT. COC!STT TICKET. CDS05ESS, Oen'l LaXGHORNE WISTER, of DuucaDDon, Perry county. ASSEMBLY, GEORGE M. SMELKER, of Tusca rora township. COrNTT COMMISSIONER, r. D. Sll ELLEN BEIIGER, of F.y ette townt-hip. COUNTY SCRVETOR, Capt. JAMES J. PATTERSON, of lieale township. COVBTT ACDITOR, Liect. J. L. BIRTON, of Spruce Hill township. Republican Dousty Committee. Cbaikhax U. W. Smith, Patterson P. O. Secbetaet Rkbard Doykr, Walunt P.O. Niffiintown II. A. Mauibaugh, J.S.Marlin. Fermanagh Isaac Sicber, J. M. llower. Waiker W. II. Kurtz, W. H. Lukcns. Fayette Jesse Grnbb, T. T. Davis. Monroe 11. IJ. SShellenherger, J...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 28 October 1874

Sentinel & republican " M1FFLINT0WN: Wednesday. October S. 1874. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum. Trausieul advertisements inserted at 50 rants per inch Tor each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn. 10 cents per line lor each insertion. . lied actions will be made to th sc desiring to advertise by the fear, half or quarter rear. PEXK'A. E. IMTIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Xifflln Station as follows: mirwiiD. Philadelphia Express, IS 48 am. Fast Line, 1 15 a m. Paeitic Express, 10 01 am. riarr1bnrg Accoisdo., 11 2X a ra. I my Express, 1 42 p m. Mail, 6 12 p m. Cincinnati Express, 8 M p m. wrTAB. Pittsburg Express, 1 20 a m. Cincinnati Express, J It in. Pacific, 6 S3 a m. Way Passenger, 10 0 a tm Mail, 8 S3 p ni. Kast l.ine. 6 j p m. Mifflin, Jur.e21, 1874. - Stenfrer' Rally. List wee two posters were diiplsjf ed in onr Borough, one on the end of a stable down town, aed the other on tb residenoe of oar dealer in grave atones, announcing that a Democrati...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 28 October 1874

, JVcrrictxl tiivnl. Datbt Maxims. Milk will sour quicker if the cows are fed soar milk. This is not objectionable for butter making, bnt it is objectionable for cheese making. Cream from a farrow cow's milk will not all come if churned with cream from new milch cows. The mixed cream will make more butter than the cream from new milch cows alone, but not as much as if the cream is churned separately. If I were receiving milk from low swampy, grounds, or from pasture filled with weeds, or prairies, I would scald it. By heating to 150 degrees I would drive away the taint, but the scalding would also drive away the aro ma of the timothy, clover, or June grass. Cream can be raised by freezing, but this is not practiced in this country. If milk is kept at a low temperature, the cream rises slowly. Tne effect of a sudden change in milk or cream is to injure the keeping qual ity of butter. Whey, as it comes from the factory, invariably Las a bad effect when fed to cows. If fed while fresh ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 4 November 1874

'A rife B. F. SCHWEIER, THE COSSTITUTIOS THI TOIOX A5D THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., NOVEMBER 4, 1874. NO. 44. if litis w . 'it ' Ioetiy. THE VII.L.;E BIAITV. There she tamU just withiu the trellintj porch. Her fair fa-e funicd to nicc-t the Summer air. Half atauJiiiR. anj half leauiug lazily gainxt the lattice, thick with fiowen-U fair. Here Ix-iiJ the rosea heavy from the ftcm. Ami sreaJn the janmuie in profusion duet t. The j;raiid wistaria droops above her head, hilt pink fringed ilainics Mosom at her feet. The eglantine caresses her yonng cheek. The ttoft wind frolic with her tinning hair. And a tniant lock escaped from the land flutter its gold oil her forehead fair. Jler hat lianas IintleMely down f-om her hand. While her lingers toy with it ribbons blue: From under her simple but dainty drets I'eeps a dainty foot in a b:i kk-J niioe. She fazes tinauiily out on the siie if coppii'e, and laue, and iuiiuy fi...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 4 November 1874

41 I. -l 0 if M i . t SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWX. ITednruIaT. How'r 4, 1874. B. F. SCIIWEIEK, rsrroa asd rsnpaiEToB. Tbe elections. Illeetions were In-lJ in tweiitj-tlini-States and three Territories last Tuf day, in ercry one of wliieh tbe Deiuo eratic pa ty gained largely. Massa chusetts, New York, Louisiana, South Carolina, aud Georgia are the most tT)u.itient changes. The new Con gress will be lVuinerati J ; by what majority cannot cow te stated. Jt is not necessary now, to write opinion why this political calamity has over, taken the country. When the dead are buried, and sighs of the wounded have abated, and the shtotsof the Tictorp have p"nt their force, abun dant tiwe will be presented by which correct conclusions trsy be deduced. Through the terrific storm 1'entisjl vania passed witb less injury than uist any of the other Slates. Kvery State around her has been swept clean away iota the Democratic whirlpm.!. SL.e . atauds alone. There is Souietliin? no Lie in sta...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 4 November 1874

SmiSEL'Jc REPUBLICAN MlFFLIXlOX:. "Tednesdajr. Xov'r 4. 1ST 4. TEll.MS. - Subscription, SI..VI per annum. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 eonts per inch for each insertion. Transient busings notice in local col umn, 111 cents per line lor each insertion. Deductions Kill be ma le to tb sc desiring to advertise by tlie year, halt or quarter PENN'A. S. &TIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Station as follow: . . Philadelphia Express, Kant Line. Paeitic r.xress, - -ll.rnhnrg Acconimo., I lav Express, Mail, Ourioniiti Express, Mlng, Pittsburg Express, Cim-imiati Express, Pacific, Way Passenger, 12 4 a m. I 16 I IN. ll Ol a m. 1 1 2H a m. 1 42 p in. 6 12 tn. 8 iu ji ni. 1 20 a m. 2 14a iu. 6 S3 m. H' 04 a m. t S3 p iu. 0 4 " J. m. hail, Kas! Line, Mifflin. Jui.e '., 1H74. LOCAL ISTF. I. LIGES CE. The summer-like weather of last week generated fly in growing heat. There are not fiiimjh potatoes in Juniata rnutkiy u supply houui coiisump.iou Showers It S are creeling exten...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 4 November 1874

Agricultural. Eooxomi Feed. The Tery dry spring has caused a very short crop of hay and other forage for the season, with very little over from last year's crop. It is not uncommon to see barns bat half filled and maDy farmers uneasy about their supply of feeding holding out through a hard winter. Farmers will have to shift in many ways to make their feed last through. I have used all-kinds of rough grasses, and it has to be a very poor grass indeed if by steaming and mixing a little mill feed one cannot help their stock through with it. I have had very good results from feeding common swamp and pond gratis, cut in September, by pouring but water over it and mixing with corn meal, shorts or wheat bran. The same process will make any of the late grow ing rough grasses, or even weeds, make ver) good feed, much better than star vation. J. nose who have means - r steaming can turn most all ktnJs of rough stuff into palatable feed, and those who have no steaming apparatus can make a good...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 November 1874

n ft. 4lt B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THE UNION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF JHE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., NOVEMBER 11. 1S74. 'I fifo M I ,i ! Ill II H II :M i riiw' ii ii iivtviii m ;n NO. 45. osir W4in.u. f A very man In an alm-liou was sskfl wliat lie was duliig uow. lit replied, "Only .altlngV'J CMy waiting till the shadows Ar a little longer grown; Only waiting till the glimmer Of the day's taut beam is flown ! Till the night of earth is faded From the heart, ont-e full of day; Till the stars of Ilearen are breaking Thro' the twilight soft and gray. Only waiting till the reapers Hare she last sheaf gathered home; For the summer-time is faded And the autumn winds have come. Quickly, reapers ! gather quickly The last ripe hours of my heart. Fur the bloom of life is withered. And I hasten to depart. Only waiting, till the angels Open wide the mystic gate By whose side I long have lingered, Weary, poor and desolate. Even now I hea...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 November 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MtFFLIXTOW.W vTedacdajr. Xov'r 11, IM4. B. F. SCIMVKIElt, emtob asd raopaiETOB. At the hcur of going to press last wetk despatches were of sueli a char acter as to warrant the belief tl.at the Itet'Ublican State ticket had parsed Cilouize along one of the northwestern through the stcrni of election da) vie-j lakes. torijustv. Since then, however, it lias . J5r ate despatches Olmsted is de become clear that everything at liar fCil,ej by about 4,000, Heath by about risburg has been wpl awaj but Gov- j 710, ,J Allen somewhere between eroor Ilartranft. j ,ue 4 aad 7 thousand. cuuiu varuuna i u-'i Aeiooti i, - i rori..--;t. in lipr Slate aJmin'stration .... - - t . 1 1- . . .1. : Illinois is Republican: so, also, is ... . ' , Coem. It is not necessary to enutuer tte ?!.,selv as to the number of Slates : thai clisnped front. The hIe count will be in by and by, to a vole. If the case stood in doubt it were well to be anxious and count closely, but as there is no ....

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 November 1874

J I t SXfiNSL & REPUBLICAN IFJ-Ll.V.O'VN: Wednesday. XoT'r II. I8T4. TEKMS. o i:crip;io'i, $!.V per iniim. 7r.i?m a tvtfrfis,J:j,,t, a3Jrlei 50 ;. & t-t evn fir e ..-h b:i;.-!iou. T. i'i-V-iit busrfs notices in local col I't cents kt line lor eaih insertion. i-Hnni.Vi .;) be Male, to ih c desiring .i :l.t:c rv ire.- year, hall' or quarter PESS'A. P.. & TIME TABLE. rw-iitrr iraVns leave- Mifllin Station a fallows - ,rirwiu. riiilrido'jJi'a lijrjirt-is, 12 48 am. I 15 am. In 0! a in. II 2s i m. I 42 p i... 12 p in. 8 oil ii to. 1 2') a m. 2 14a in. 6 -53 a in. M 04 a iu. 3 M ,. in. 6 4 p in. t-j 1 , 1 Ciin.:1::'Tl XV;si ;.v F-.rr-v-. . ! : : : i ; t iApi Pacific, YTav Passenger, Vail, Fast I.ir.e, Militin. Jure 21, 1ST4. LOCAL l.TELLIGECE. Altooi.a i to have a nilit school. McAliMeiville Literary Society meets on Friiiaj" evening. Tbe cliraiK'st Boots and :-hoes in th county at Txiu" Luipuiiuai. V P l'..l,. , !:.. ... ti. ........ .. .. .......... .,v....B o,o K UK, oi lur...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 November 1874

JY orriciil tiianl. AOBICTLTCBAI. XeWSPAI'KB ElCCA- Tiox. It is becoming a Berioaa ques tion whether or not the State agricul tural colleges have been the benefit to agriculture that was expected of them. Our own State College was located in an out-of-the-way place, and those who manage it are not to blame if the inxti tution has not done as much as some others have done. But none of them have made much of a mark. Even the Massachusetts College, which has been very much praised for its good man agement, is a failure so far as the agri cultural objects are concerned. The college is well attended, and turns out a fair number of students, who are all as intelligent and well finished as any other colli ge can boast ; but the stu dents are not farmers, nor have any idea of being such. It is stated, on what appears to be good authority, that only ten students educated here have taken to farming as their occupa tion all the others have followed some other pursuit in life. If it can be said...

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