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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 November 1873

. i ' rill Vil .-M' 1 ' aw ' r" ' r i r if Sk. 4V . MY 81? f ' vs! 1 si ils WPS KTI H'V ' J . Editor and Proprietor. B. F. SCHWEIEB, , THE COSSTli'VTIO THI CXION A5D THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. 7 vol. xxvn. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, EENNA-, NOVEMBER 26, 1S73. NO. 4S. n 7 II - : "J ' I-;. i Poetry. "TU Ef bt yo 4ow the aTene ' " " " ltlaeedarkt" atraaald, - h Aad kld tbe Uap, wltk h wb!ti h.ud n i.'-k ...... v.- v-.. IU I(tUtU. MT1UUI MS' . Aad oa bar lily CM. "Wltk oak eurprHlaf fT ' ' tt fell apoa a bit of also , , , Aad lattice, a'ar ker kui' . .. I'poa k mea-bad at k tbroal, . , . t OfdeepaadbrUliaatred. k4 aU arof waa aa Tkf aboaa tba laap'a aoft Rfbt ii A f lowla plctai la a fraaw, 1 ftjfaklkl44, J. -. ,., 1 tarsea to look a aoaArad ilaa- . t . . ' "kbaaatifolUblaaar I oallal. and aba laafbod back : "Tkf can ! B carafal bow wm !" 0 aUu I" I thoaat, 1. lUrk , Tba world Biay'cTer be oararar 4ar or eol ret atlU ' ' ' nwtnkebrlfataeaxthM!' ' ' " ' Aa4 tkk lima back (hn(b tki!ai...

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. — 26 November 1873

rt' -. i Mi If .. H 1 1 r M: jr. U It i 1 SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWJT. Wfdnwdar, arT'r 36, UTS. B. F. SCII WEI EK, ftDfro Ato rsorsirroa. Sew Coaitltatlwa. Tbere are two questions before tbe people of tbe United State generally, that affect each indit idusl, if not di rectly, indirect!. They are tbe Span ish or Cuban (Juestioc, and tbe fiaan cial question. TLere U f tLird qoes tion, which, however, k limited to tbii ('oaimuuwealtb, but it of more impor tance to tbe penpie of tbia State than tbe two former one. It tt tbe que tioa cf tbe adoption or rejection of tbe trot-osed New Constitution. It shall cot be onr fault if it ia not lead. With in two weeks there will be eootigb copies of tbe i.roposed new fundamental law circulated in tbia county to p'ace a eopv in t ie Licus of er f jr voter. ' Tbe following addreM bap been issued bj tbe Kxecntitre Committee of tbe Cun.titutioual Coaveution to tbe people of Penosjlvaoia as a statemect of tbe werk tccoiuplibiied Ij tbst body...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 November 1873

..... . . ... . MIFFLINIOWN: , fTedaeadar. Hev'r 38, 18T3. PENN'A. E. ILTIME TABLE. passenger train leave Mifflin Station aa follow: ASTWAkD. Phiadelphia Express, 1 25 a m. Fast Line, 8 20 a at. Mia-rtsbarg Acconiiuo., II 28 a nt. Mail, 6 12 p u. ' facine Express, ' 10 13 a a. , Cinciuoaci Kxpress, 8 o p m. wsrrwaaa. Pittsburg Expresa, 1 20 a ra. Cincinnati hipfca, 2 24 a at. Pacine, 6 00 a at. Wav Passenger, . 10 04 an. M!, ....'. W P as. Fast Line, 3 4 p lit. Mifflin, i'ov 2, 1878. LOCAL lSTELUGhSCJi Snow, rain, and mud on Monday. Hollidiysburg has a divorce cae. Cheap John's Motto "3niU Profits and Quick Sale." Tbe Teachers Institute is in session in tli place. It is well attended. "113 Fir Tet Coal Oil at retail at J. & 11. A. Siauibaiijjh'a. i.sni-h trouble are about as they were a week ago. Wait till Congress meets. Hie Lcwistown and 8unbuty Railroad is to be sold oa tbe 1-tb day of January text- Great redaction of prices at Cheap John's Store. lie is determined to sell, a...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 November 1873

The Geoutvo of Wool. A few Tears ago the demand was for coarse wools, and those who bad invested is fine wool theep were nearly rained. The old rais'-afce of Hlling off sheep was made, and many who had gone into business became disgusted at the sadden change in the fashions and consequent decline ia the price of wool, and frave np the business on the Terr ere of the reaction. With the scarcity of fine wool products, and the depletion of fine wool flocks, cot only in America but in the wool prowing districts of the Old World, romes another change, and as is usually the case, the demand is for fhe veiy article that was not wanted before, and ccn hardly be found in the market numely, the finest grades of wooL Uerein may be witnessed a repetition of -the old mistake. Fine wool is a nuiple article and will always remain io, and its prodnction will ever bs safe and profitable. There may be times wh.-n t!,e market may be overstocked, i.-- to viirions circumstances, but if ti.i- c':- i3 hel...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 December 1873

it i a 1 , J B. F. SCHWEIER, THE COXSTITCTIOS THE UNION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., DECEMBER 3, 1S73. NO. 49. SliiiirS :jyHfi& ill Xoeti-v. . - Myaterjr. Wonder frwk and Baple, ' Willow ui elm ui all. Are stirred at heart by the coining. Of the dy their leave Bast fall! la they think of the yellow whirlwind Or kuv of the crimson spray That .hall he when chill Sovember , bear all their leavca away? Perhaps I Beside the water The a Ulow beaJs, aerett A when her joung leaves glistened la a Bint of gold.- green ; but the brave .Id oak 1 Buahing To a wintered, dark and deep. And maple and elm are blushing Te blush of a cUi:d asleep. "If die we Boat," the leafleta Been one by ooe to say, . ' W will wear the colors of gladaea Cutil we pass away. So eye shall sf us flur ; And before we lsy it down. We'll wear, la the light of all the earth, The rears' u.oet kingly crows ! Bj, tree of th stately forest, , A&...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 December 1873

REXTim k REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN. Wednesday, nec'r 3,' IT3 B. F. SCIIWEIEK, EblTOK AND roftrTO. Tie new Constitution will be toted for on the third Tuesday of December, being the lih Jav of raid tucDtli. Tbe Constitution. It is a cr.itificali.in to know that the iuetinn, as to whether the l.'oastitu tional Convention lias the right to re ject o!d laws, and put thorn aside and I make new laws for the government of the people before receiving the assent J of the jeoptc to tb-ir work, has been j ei:rled t'p to tin Supreme Cmrt for i derision Without tbe thought of a j leBeclion on the Secretary of State for ' dt reliction of duty, the wouJer is, thtt lie dJ not immediately move in that d reiion, for the Convention by its ac- tiou on the rj'i-;tion of submitting tbe 1 to the people as a whole, although one ('oostitutiou to the people was like a J bird of alt the members thereof did "deuhlo-ended" body; it said that j require tbe separate and distinct sub throughout the State it shall be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 December 1873

1 ? i 1 1 SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN I OWN: Wednesday. Dee'r 3. 18T3. PEKK'A. R. EjTIME TABLE. passenger trains leave Mifflin Station as fiZows: EASTWARD. rhiadelpV.a Express, 1 25 a m. Fast Line, 3 20 a m. Hrnbarg Accomrao., 1 1 2S a iu. 'it, It p ni. Pacific Express, 11113 am. Cinciiiuad Kxpreas, tt ii p m. WESTWARD. ri!bv.rfr Express, 121am. Cincinnati Lxpress, 2 U J a m. I'.r.lic. ()) a ra. Wav Passenger, l(IUi m. Xfi, 3H . ui. Ki Line, H 33 p Ui. iiitliin, Nov 2, 1873. tOCJL J.XTKLLHShM Ji. The wafer is ling let out of the canal , LewisNiwo is to have a Ladies' Centct liia! tea party. There was a ball in Graybill'e Hell cn Tnurfday night last. The winter thus far has tot infcr-fr-red with the progress of the cew buildings. JWiejen are leaving the 'raging cansl.' The brick for the new Court I loose Lave been levered, as a protection against the snow and raiu of winter. IJ-nry Crimmcl iitid J ii.n Lir.dis of Sjiruce Hill t iwn-hip, had a horse id run aviy and stunsh their ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 December 1873

a k -jjzicuJtm.l. . Tek Cobs ' Chop. From the most reliable accounts it cestui that the corn crop, though good, is Dot near as full as tbat of Last year. It is a good one, but it may be years before we Lave another such a oue as that of 1S72. In some of the good corn districts there is not half the crop, especially in the south west ; further east it has been abont the average. It is uow tbat the wisdom of bnraiug corn for fuel may be profitably discussed. People used to sy where is the difference whether we bell it for 25 cents per bushel or bay coal at the same price. But there is one element in the question not thought of, namely, that it was unlikely for many years that corn would be so cheap again, while coal or timber as fuel would probably stand for years at near the same figures. If, therefore, com, by being kept over to another year, would double itself in value, while coal remained the same, it is more profitable to save than to burn it. Though some was burned last year, i...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 December 1873

7 V , i i 1 !: I' : 'rft Mf 1 M IP r i. . - -i ' ; ' - v . ' Be. A --- ? - B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THE CNIOS AXD THE ENFORCEMENT OF TH LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVII. . MIEFLINTOAVN. JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., DECEMBER 10, 1S73. - ; ; J :m::50: Poetry. The Bachelor' l uzalbere-el Om bright J km bhi, wkile waaderlag Ml, Bajojiag Iibbo! pleasant, I ipM B raoe-bnsk, fe&nxiftff fall Of dewy, tommy treasures. "Bloom en." I eme. "oh, wlla-rose through the day. Bloom fair, Joy tor all whe pans tale war ; The rim akall tempt To froai your kldlaf -f Use, Tka aaa akall dot asaw yoar blaealag faaa ; Ami wkaa tka sallow eveetlde Steals em, I'll earns, ear kaaaly. Ami la a ladies' fatry-kower, Taa'll auaa ka eolag aaty." Hy task, that day, a pleasure Far, la my kaart, tha ring lag Of fancy's kella, la twill at hoara, Ta bm maw )aya kapt krtagiag . -Ah, salary ma," I said, "you. Uttla ua la whose vklta kaada yaa'U Ua for aoft arm I mi l akall wlak that I a ma mlgkt ka, Beaaty'e...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 December 1873

ENTfifELfc REPUBLICAN M tFFLI XTCVV flf . XTen:&aj, OeeTr 10, 1ST3. SCHWEIEB, KDrro aaa raopairron. Ihe new Constitution- will be toff i for on the third Teresrfij of December, being the Iftth da of said mcntb. Tfce President Cuban and Financial AOalrft. We publish only that portkm of tie President' Mewats Ithlch relate to fikfi ti9 ..-mch ITaira and fininAiil I - " matter. In order to give it place, we tare been compelled to pas a comma nicatioo from Tacitni against the new . Constitution, an interesting letter fr.im Ueorfra wftb sundry other couimunica- twfiir f nrely of local character. In compliance with the request of Congress I tsntuittd to the Ameri can minister at Madrid witfr rnstroc- i tiont to present to the Spanish govern ment the juint resolation approved on - the 3d of March last, tendtring to the people of Spain, in the name and on behalf of the American people, the . congratulations of Congress upon the t Sorts to cons .Iidate in Spain toe prin- v ciples of onire...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 December 1873

f u Cui feOTIKBI REPUBLICAN i PENlf'A. R. TABLE. PaUsenjer traim leave Kiffi io Station a BASTWAKD. Pfitadalvbla Express, 1 25 a m. Parr Line, 8 20 a m. Surisburg Accommo., II 28 m. Vail, , i , i 612pm. ,: IVeific Express, : , J . 10 U am. f CIBCIuawti KkarcMH , 5 : i 8 69 p m. i'. - Ill tlKTWilB. . Plttaburg Express, 1 20 a in. Cincinnati Express, 2 23 a m. Pacific, 6 00 a ui. Hit Passenger, - f 10 04 a m. Hail, . i.t. t t t .i j 2 23 p ui. Vast Line, 6 'ii p nu Mifflin, Nor 2, 1S73. LOCAL LSTELLlGESCt IVext Tuesday will be election oay. Tfao who like a medley of weather should feel gratiSed at WuaX was turni&hed within tle pas week. (Sixteen colnum rjf a lescription would fall short of doing it justice. Tbe Supreaie Coart Las declared that Canstitu'iooal Convention cannot wt ride an old election law. conriueD:ly tL election in 1'hiiade.li.bia will be held tinder the old law . On last Thursday John Kerlio, an aged titierw of I'attersoti, while pawing thiotth Lis yard, niisi-cd ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 December 1873

jVgricriJ tnval. Firrrnsa Cattle. One would hard ly suppose it necessary to say that is (atbniiiii atrwr: warmth ifl Of fTttt IBt- portanoe ; yet, particularl v in fattening hoes, we aee this principle continually neglected. Styea, pens, and atablea are built often in cold, exposed places ; and though the location may sometimes be gaod enough, the buildings are so roughly put together that the cold winds whistle through in every direction. The food which cattle eat in a great measure eoes to suddIt waste heat. The inter nal arrangements of an animal are much the same as the heating arrangements of a building, and the food is so much fuel which is being consumed in this internal store. To have a cold, open place for cattle, though they be well fed. is much the same as to nave large fire in one's office of a cold day, ana then leave all the doors and windows open for the heat to escape. w annth. however, is not the only thing needful to make cattle fatten well Good health ia an essent...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 December 1873

' ' v. - 1 i i glipi- g .ijgHBgijfek www " ' - - B. F. SCHWE1ER, "' ' : " ' ... THE C0.V3TITCTI0S-T1IE C3I0X-AXD THE IXFOKCEMEXT OF THE LAWS. . . . . Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXYII. MIFmNTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA. DECEMBER 17, 1873. , NO. 51. I """",'MwAw-swawwawawawaam Poetry. Aaiinii. 5e aprlng or wnaif'i beaary hata nek grace A I bare seen U on astamaal face. -DIM. t Cu yoa UI1 em, IrUo, What doth make aw 1st 70a sof Is U youth T Oh! that Is gone! Ia U beaut I that hail juI . , Then, prithee. Ml Be, Evila, Why It to I lore 70a to. Spring 1 lev bar vie Leu blue, Aad Snnmer, with bar rases, too, Flashing ia tb morning's dew. Bat, of ail the seasons four, . Aatanu touch my hearta core. Wit her garnered guides store. ' Beat, 1 lor her peastTt face, Beet, I lore her ripe embrace. Glowing ia her mellow grace r Which ao painter's art eaa trace. a her hoaoai let ate lie, la the 8oath wind's melancholy, 'Seath October's purple aky. Where the gorg eoaa staple sigh Spring aad Sammer lu...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 December 1873

tr- . - A - SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFL1NT0WN. Wednesday, nec'r 17, 1873. B. F. SUIIWEIEK, CDITOB 40 FBOFBIETOa. Three Strange Picture. lie who is designated m the " viae mm" of tbe biblical character, eaid there is "nothing new under the nan. If he is correct, and we mast be ortho dox enough to beliere that be is, or was, lid keeping steadily in view, that faith is ooe of the cardinal points of that creed which is to connect us with the happy unknown future, then oar pic tures are not strange in point of fact ; tbey only seem so to us, because we never saw them before. If he is cor rect, such pictures hare been exhibited to the people of the old world, in other days, with other people for actors. II u nan nature is unchanged ; it is as it was wbea the Erst nan was made ; there is nothing new in it under the sun. Our first picture n in France, and it exhibits so much that is frail and foul in bnman-kind that thinkers almost conclude that France has been given over directly to Sa...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 December 1873

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN " MIFFLINTOWN: Wednesday. Dec'r IT, 1873. PEKS'A. E. jLTME TABLE. passenger trains leave Mifflin Station a roUovit larrwaab. Phiadalphia Express, 1 25 a m. Fast Line, 3 20 a m. Karrtsbarg Accommo., II 28 am. Kail, 6 12 p id. 1'aeific Express, 10 13 am. Cincinnati Express, 8 60 p m. WCSTWAB.S. Pittsburg Express, 1 20 a in. Cincinnati Express, 2 2-4 am. F-ciSc, 6 00 a a. Ht Passenger, 10 04 a m. Mail, lUpn. Past Line, (Upn. Mifflin, Not 2, 187a. LOCAL lXTELLIGi.NCt.. atest from Cuba Book's toy. Questions put by boya and girls every day Dow long till Christmas? Clark Wright will snpplyyou with fresh fish every week. Give him a trial. Becomingly sombre in its new coat of paint The Methodise church. In a "high glee 'The school boys and girls, orer the coming exhibition. Go to Book's and bay a nice gold watch for a Hulliday gift. Thursday, Friday and Saturday last were spring-like in their temperature. Jacob V"iil is improving the exterior appearance of his hotel...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 December 1873

-a 1 - Agrrlctiltnral. Extract of Apples. la some parts of Ohio new processes of utilizing apple hava been inTented and pnt in operation which place the eoltore of this fruit Tipon an entirely new basis. One process is of making apple-jelly, and one of making "apple-butter." The jelly is a condensed product, requiring a large quantity of apples for a corres ponding small amount of jelly, and it must, by consequence, be dear, and perhaps it is neither as profitable nor as popular an industry as the other, which uses the whole of the apples with little condensation. Apple - butter differs from the apple sauce of New England only in the manufacture. Apple sauce Is made, or it used to be made, by boil ing down eider, that of sweet apples usually preferred, and of adding pared and quartered apples when the whole was boiled just enough to make the apples soft, but not enough to break down the structure. In making apple butter the boiling is continued much longer, and the whole mass is tho...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 December 1873

B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THE C5IOX AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. vol. xxvir. MIEFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., DECEMBER 24, 1873. NO. 52. Poetry. I'nnaid. For days an I weeks uj on the lip hit bnng A precious something for an absent ear Some tender canG I jnce but lately sprang. Some dear confession that but on mast bear. TLe heart repetts it over day bjr day, Anl fancies bow and when the words will fall What answering smile upon the face will play, Vihai tender light will linger over all. But eager eyes that watch for one alone " May grow reluctant ; for the open gate Lets in, with him, perchance a guest un known. On whom slow words of courtesy must - " - wait. Or when the presence waited for has come, It may be dull or cold, too sad or light: A look that shows the heart away from home Can often put the dearest words to flight. Perhaps the time of meeting, or the form. May chill or wither what we've longed to say : What fits the uniiine will not...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 December 1873

MIFFLINTOWN. Wednesday, fec'r 34, ItTS. H. F. SCIIWEIEK, BDrroa ikd rtopsirrca.- Congress bas tdjcoroed until tie 5th of January. . - - m m Tut majority tar the new Coostitu tton is about 145,000. Tiucsedixg8 bare been institcted against ballot-box sluCers in Pbiladel pLia. It it tport4 that Dr. Living stone in aboat to retura one nrnre to eiri.intion. CtLOKKL FltCDBIUCK De.1T, father f Mr. Grant, died at a late hour on Monday night, the 15tU inst., at Wash ington, in Li SSih year. He remains were taken to St. Louis for totermeDt. DisPATCllts from New York report Bieney matters much improved, and ex jrss the expectation that after the 1st of Jatruary business matUri will gen erally improve. President Grant has issued an or er granting pardon and aroncstv " to a!) tailor and tcaripers, deserters from the service, wbe return on or before February 1st, 1871." Lapt week we publishes1 a despatch relative to the captcre of the murder- us Bander. Siooe then it hat been rp'ii.ed that the pa...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 December 1873

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MlFFLLVlON: Wednesday, Dec'r 21, 183. PENK'A. E. ILTIME TABLE. Passenger train leave Mifflin Sutton a fellows: UTIUt. fhiadelphia Express, 1 2$ a m. Fast Line, 8 20 a m. Earnsburg Accomrao., It 28 a in. Kail, 6 12 pm. raeiflc Express, 10 13 a ai. Cfc.cir.oaU Express, 8 60 p m. WCSTWABS. FUtsburf Express, 1 20 a m. Cincinnati Express, 2 21 a m. Pacific, 6 00 a m. Way Passenger, 10 04 a nu Mail, S 38 p ai. Fast Line, 6 33 p ni. JJifliin, Nor 2, 1S73. LOCAL lUTELLlGhKCt.. Patterson talks of iiuilding a cbnrch There baa been no torse aaarket since tfce panic et in. tt is expected" that toe new railroad will enhance the value of property. Sunday van the shortest as well as the fciost wholesome day of the season. About one-half the rote of the county sjras polled at the late Constitutional elce tion. lee house owners talk some now about congealed water. There will be enough sof it by and by. Where will the railroad come in, north or south of town T is comaiou que...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 December 1873

jVgTieu txik-al. Cask of Plasts Thbocoh Wintkb. Old winter, with its f roet and snow, cold and piercing winds, will again soon be here, whether we are prepared for it or not, or whether we desire it or not ; and the beet thing we can do is to make the most of it. Therefore, in hopes that we may live to see another spring, (if we do not, perhaps somebody else will) we should take care of those plants that hare so often gladdened as all through the summer with the beauty of their bloom and foliage, as well as their frag rance. Let ns see what requires atten tion now. Chrysanthemums should be set inside cold nights ; if in a green house or conservatory, all the better for their development. These white lilies should have a slight mulch of straw, leaves, or even a board placed over them will briDg them through the winter, green and bright. The Tritomea will sometimes weather the winter with out protection ; but in our latitude it is always best to afford protection of some kind. A good ...

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