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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 November 1874

B. F. SCHWEIER, IHB CONSTITUTION THE UNION AND TUB ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., NOVEMBER IS, 1S74. ft n I 51 1 I"?llV I ML (UI S STKtTtliLH -A TIRK IMI TALK. A pious widow's cottage chanced to stand Hard by tue alif x palace; and he sought i or but ou uw, to buy her bit of land: tint all iu vaiu Uie land could not be bought! "It wan my husband's home." the woman said: Who, dy.ni,'. left it to hiH loving wife; Here will I dwrll. in honor of the dead: Nor with it part until I part with life !"' The haughty Calif n auger knew no bound. That thiu the dame withstood him to bin fae; I'.y force be razed her cottage to the ground: And built a grand pavilion in its place. Straight to the ( wit, then, the widow goes. And axks for juatice at bid honor's baud; 'T-eave me awhile," the Cadi said, and rone; "Allah m preat, and hears your just de mand !" Then, with au empty sack, be took bin way To the pavilion: where be chanced t...

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. — 18 November 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOW.V. Wednesday. Kev'r IS, 19T4. B. F. SCIIWEIEK, tuiroi At rioriirroK. V ASHIKOTOX diplomatic circles hae beeo informed that Spain lias paid the indemnity to Great Britain growing out of tbe Virginius afTnir. It was not Democratio virtue that won the sweeping elections this month. It was dissatisfaction wilh Republican management of jvrriii..ci.tal affairs. A FlttNCII A-seuiU man alol a Pari i-mntalist foui.t a duel lately. The Asseutblj win was wounded in the right hand aud the iotiriwli.t in one of his eyes. . mom i Ax exchange says that " Western railroads feel toward Grangers like an j exasperated hive of bees, and elevate j c-,. .-v. v. .v.-. , -, , , r , tbeir tails when ked for ravori, such . ,. as reduced fares.' A rosFKKExcE of the chiefofficialsli.il i.. . iri,,. f... .1 ..r.i, !..... .-I i'i.,i l'.ii;...r. , j1 and Ohio, 1 ork Ccntr-I, hue, and ; 11... A ........ ! .-tfii tin.. .iu'j at Itul'iuiore mi the !l!ih inst. Ir is said thai the ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 November 1874

if 1 ShXTlXEL iSc REPUBLICAN MlFtLLNllWX: Tredneada). 5ur IS. ISTl. TERMS. Subscription, S1..V) par annum. Trau.ieat advertisements inserted at 50 tent" per inth for e.ic insertion. Transient busings nutlet: in local col umii, 10 cent p.-r Hue tor each insertion. Deductions will beina-tc loth e desiring to advertise by the fear, half or quarter PENN'A. E. lTiME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Station ai foilou :s: K AST W A Kit. Philadelphia Express, J2 48 a in. Fast Line, 115a m. Pacific Express, 1M III a lu. ltarrishurg Accuiuino., 11 2K a m. I My Express, 1 42 p ,. Mail, 0 12 p in. Cincinnati Express, .0 p m. f T !. Pittsburg Express, 1 20 a in. f'iiK imiuli Express, 2 14 m. Pacific, 5 58 a lu. Way Passenger, 10 04 a Hi. alail, 3 33 p m. Fast Line. 6 4 -i u iu. !ililiii. Jui.e 21. 1ST4. LOC.1L IXIELLI'SE.WE. Ci erns r.ie cm;;! The river is lower than low !erni.rt. i ne .mprovro gracing r cucrry street rcnp.c are i.i.kinj; aoout J lunkygivinj, niristmis, :i:kI turkeys. Anoth...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 November 1874

I r A.grlcTxltnrn.1. Clxanisq Stubble- Land. The far mer who has field which na grown wheat, or barley, or oats this year, and is not seeded down, and which is not to be town with any crop nntil next spring, has an opportunity of cleaning his land, that should on no account be neglected. The English farmers seldom seed down their land with wheat. At ter the wheat is harvested, they harrow the land, or tear it to pieces with a three or four-horse cultivator or "grabber. This pulls ont the roots of quack-grass, and start the seeds of other weeds. The field is afterward plowed, when. of coarse, all the young weed plants are destroyed. The grubber is kept at work as often as necessary to clean and mellow the land. The next spring this land is sown to turnips or mangels, or, on heavy land, to beans or barley. It is said that this autumn cleaning of stnbble land by the free nse of the grubber, especially when operated by the all powerful steam engine, in one of the greatest agricultural i...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 November 1874

B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THE UNION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTCNVN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., NOVEMBER 25, 1S74. NO. 47. v I! P P II fi V Ioetr3' ri:oki:t. Br nv e. BRAiir. He offered a kiw in the moniinc I coldly turned away. For u idle word that I orerheard Had nuiWled a niyht and a dmy. I litem, in truth, it wan nothing That he would have blushed to own. That point and sting of the trifling thing tirew out of my heart alone. l'.ut a vexed, unquiet spirit Weighs no matter aright, Aud the sore wuart of a jraluiu hi art TuU reason out of siht. I let him ijo in the morning Without the luxe he nought; Aud the day wag long, but I mimed my wroii- With many a bitter thought. One bitter thought, God help me ! Did not enter my brain. That kins of mine, by word or aigii. He would never seek again, ltut as evening shadows gathered. My heart began to burn With a quickened sense of hi iiitliiem-e. And I longed for bis return. Leaning agai...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 November 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN JUFFMXTOWX. TTednefiday. ."Soi'r 25, 11. B. F. SUII WE I Ell, lilH TOM ASD PBOFKIETOK. Mr. JtritBsox Davis, it U saiJ, tuiilcd a thing be Lad not done for j ears when Le Leard the result of tbe recent elections. 1'residest Grant has issued a proe Inuistion reciting the treaty laws with Turkey and Egypt as to the right of Americans to hold property under the governments of those couutrics. l"ntLAIELPIIIA has 20,(X'0 people out of employment, and yet last week tbe number was still iucreaed by a strike of weavers, fehip carpenters and coal heavers, ou accouat of a proposed reduction of wages. The Champion, publi-Lcd at Atchi son, Kansas, computes the number of people in that Slate as destitute of sub-1 fiistence for the coming winter, conse quent on tha drought and grasshoppers, at least as many as fifteen thousand. Licv IIoopkb, iu her 1'aris letter of the Cth inst., to Forney's Press says that the tight for a return to simple styles of women's dress has been...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 November 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIX1WN: W ednexdaj , Xov'r 25, 174. terms. Subscription, $1.50 per annnra. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cent jht inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cent per line for each insertion. Deductions will beThale to th e desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. PENN'A. R. 1VTIME TABLE. Passenger train leave Mifflin Station as follows: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Kxprccs, 12 43 a in. Harrisbura; Accoiuuto., U 44 a m. i'acitic Lxpre, 10 !K a n Wail, G &." p m. Atlantic Express, 9 li p ni. WESTWARD. Tittsburg Express, 2 63 a m. Cincinnati Express, 2 05 a m. Pacific, 6 M a ra. Way Passenger, 10 10 a in. Mail, 3 g.i p in. Fast Line, 6 45 p in. Mixed, 8 15 p m. JJilllin, Nov. I V 1874. Laws Ilt-lating to Xewspaper Subscrip tions ud Arrearages. In response to a request, we give the law as it stands relating to newspapers and sub scribers : 1. Subscribers who do not sire express no tice to the contrary, a...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 November 1874

I'oet ry 9iEW I.OVE, .EW LII B. FT Ot'iBGE W. BIKIiStVK. Heart, my heart, what sjiell w o'er tuee, And ahat troubles thee ao sore ': Such a life hut thou before thee. That I know thee now no more. All thine old delights are dying. (lone the cause of all thy sighing. Gone thy power and gone thy zeal. Heart, aiiioe lore did o'er thee steal ! As fair youth to bloom advances In this vitiion of delight, Do her true and kindly glances Bind thee in their wondrous might Should I tow no more to see her, lie a man, and wisely flee her. Heart, you will not be denied. Back you bear me to her side. And this magic thread entwines me, Never to be loosed by me; And this lovely maid confines me; Nevermore shall I be free. I must in her sphere enchanted Lave the life that she has granted. Thou that wrought the change in me. Love, dear love, oh ! set me free ! From 0 German of GaOie. 3 1 i s ei 1 a ny . How lie LoNt Ilr. I knew that Margaret was engaged, but I tol l her that I loved her. "1 don't know...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 2 December 1874

y it , arj h. Mpmmem x www m mwmmmmr mm B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THE UNION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOI. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PKNNA., DECEMBER 2, 1S74. NO. 48. lOOli3r.. THE I'ROVSi l.WO.. iiv n abton iiii.t. Vlioso endnreth to the end." So. lon. a:;o, the word man spoVent llcarU fail, and bowed head earthward liend, Y t who i-hall nay the pledge in broken; Uiave eyes maj read the promise Mi ill. Though writ iu hues of pain and Iom; The palli lies upward on the bill. Though every tuill-etone be a ojwh. Long a-o my onl and I ( on verse and roimwl lield toother. Win n clear and liriit youth's morning hfcy riiirluil rimy in the summer weather; ' SmL" said 1, 'many a pathway fair. Waiting thy choice, before thee lie; Think long, ehoose well, then proudly dale Thine uuuost might to win the prize.'' And so we looVed, my1 nonl and I. And uiaiij a fair, false joy refusing, lie! f '.d at lat-t. wrcue and high The crunu of her eupreiuewt ...

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

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOW'X. Wednesday. Dec'r 2, IST4. B. F. SC II WE I Ell, F.nrrea asd rEOPBirroa. The Citizens' Oil Rc6nerv at Pitts burg suspended ptjment on Saturday. Liabilities $300,000. TUB Spiritualist of Philadelphia observed Thaukegiviog day by holding sittings. They Lad a fall of snow on Friday in central Illinois that reached the depth of 13 inches and obstructed rail road travel. A panel of one thousand pettit jurors has been drawn fjr the Boecher and Tilten case, to open on the 8th inst. The lawyers luubt expect to challenge quite extensively. Is the year 1801 Massachusetts voted Democratic ; again io 1839, and latter ly in November. 1874. Her cext term, by preceients just tucntioued, will be in the year 1939. Fuee traders take the position that the recent elections indicate that the people want a free trade system inau gurated ; therefore the Uuited States Senate should, immediately on its as sembling, pass the Canada treaty. "The Supreme Court of Indiana ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 2 December 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: Wednesday. Dec'r 3, 1874. TEK5IS. . . . . - Snbscription, SI.oO per annum. Trauienl advertisements inserted at 50 cents per inch fir each inertion. Transient business notices In local col umn, 10 cents per line for rach Insertion. Iitl lotions will be made to th se desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. , , PEKK'A. B. E. TIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin follows: . " EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express, ; . 12 Ilarribnrg Acconimo.,' ' 9 I'acilic Express, 10 Mail, .6 Atlantic Express, ft WKSTWABD. Pittsburg Express, 12 Cincinnati Express, 2 Pacific, ' 6 Way I'assenger, 0 Mail, 3 Fast Line, A Nixed, 8 Mifflin, Nov. 15, 1874. Station as 43 a m. 48 a m. 26 a n:. p in. 1-i p m. 63 a m. 05 a m. 58 a m. 10 a m. 33 p m. 4- p m. 15 p in. Laws Relating to newspaper SuWrlp'- tiotu and Arrtaragea, - In respoue to a request, we give ibe law a it stands relating to newspapers and sub seriiers : 1. Subscribers who do not five express no ...

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

I 1 (i Agriciiltua-n.1. Ukdekdkainino. There are - very many farms, fields or, parts of nelds, that would well repay the owners to nn derdrain. We say vnrler-drain. Open ditches are nuimnf.e anywhere, and especially where sassafras, briars, and all kinds of foul weeds abound. The advantages of draining are numerous. We will speak of but three : L The land is more easily tilled. 2. It is more productive. 3. It removes the cause of malarions disease. Very many who realize and acknowledge its advantages are debarred by its exjeDRe, In many places, at a distance from factories, nar row boards are being used instead of tiles, and it is said they will laid almost a lifetime. Where wood is plenty. farmers have but little eicuse for work ing around unsiyhtty and unhealthy hog-boles year after year. But it is not enough that a dry melon and clean seed-bed is prepared. The good farmer will .' Ins land in good condition. The mam end with very many fanners seems to be to obtain the largest yiel...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 December 1874

piSHSW :'t H ' ' 111 ff ' ip ill ' if 'C tl B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CeSSTITCTIOS THE UNION ASD THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., DECEMBER 9, 1S74. NO. 49. I'oetrv. A FOR 1ST FAX!. H irebolls and ferns from a forest nook ! Oh : have tliem with me and let me dream! I nee them growing beside a brook. And bear the wimpliug trill of the stream. I watrh from a round, red knob nprise, ("rosier-beaded, tbe feathery fronds. Till graceful pinnies, under summer skies. Wave as rejoicing o'er broken bonds; And close by a green umbrageous fern Which arches o"er a fairy bower, A pendulous blue inverted urn, W here goblins shelter from sun and shower; The harebell, on its delicate stem So daintily poised, so lightly swung, Whence mmnc audible mito them FloaUt on the air as by zephyrs rung. The fiery sun goes down to his bath. Moonlight lances are shot through the trees. Wee elves come trooping by many a path. As harebell chimes swell ou...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 December 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLI-VTOW-V. YTedrteatlar. Dec'r 9, IT4. B. F. SCH WEIEll, f.ditob asb rionitrvi. Ex Governor Kiuler is down cast explaining Centennial matters in a lec ture to tLe Vaukees. The autboiitjr of Ciiiua hive taken steps to prevent the shipment of im moral women to San Francisco. Tke Frruch Canadian physicians at Montreal are cprosed to vaccination, end liave formed an anti-compulsory vaccination, association. The Cheap Transportation Convcn tiou at KicLinoud, Va , on the 3rd inst favored a resolution asking government aid to build the Southern lacio Kail road. Governor Chamberlain', of Soot'a Carolina, was inaugurated with great eolat ou the lstta?t. lie pledged Lim elf to reform in Lis inaugural address to eueh a degr.ee that people who coiu jlaiiW agiiust hiui ate silent and iiopeful. TliE Auicricau Cheap Transporta tion Convention met at Kici.inond, Va., on th 1st int. The noteworthy ques tion before the convention was that the " general govtrnuiout should...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 December 1874

SfeXTIXEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOMTN : , Wednesday, Dec'r 9'18T4. TERMS. Rnbscription, $1 .50 per annnm. Tran.if.-nl advertisement inserted at 60 cf at per inch fur each insertion. Transient Busiuesa notices in local col umn, 1 cents per line (or each insertion. Deductions will lie made to th. se desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. PENX'A. E. E. TIME TABLE. Passenger tra'ss leave Mifflin follows: EASTWABn. Philadelphia Express, 12 llarrisbiirg Accomino., 9 Pacific Express, 10 Mail, 6 Atlantic Express, 9 WESTWARD. Pittsburg Express, 12 Cincinnati Express, 2 Pacific, 6 Way i'assenger, Jo Ma.il, J r'axt Line, 6 Mixed, 8 Hithin, Kov. 13, lc74. Station as 43 a m. 4S a m. 26 a m. 35 p m. li p tn. 6$ a m. M a m. 6H a ru. 10 a nu 33 p m. 45 p m. 15 p m. LOCAL 1XTELLIGENCE. Harrisbcrg kss three thousand idle work -trxn. The Wilson brothers are driving railroad grading briskly. Wild ducks on the river c'aim the atten tion of stiorr-men. Wednesdty willja Directors' day ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 December 1874

Agricultural. Sclphub Fob Fowls. There is no remedy and assistant so easily and cheaply obtainxl, so harmless to the fowls, or so satisfactory in its results as sulphur. It being in the system of animals to a small degree, there is a greater affinity for it than there other wise would be. it can De administered to the fowls by having it in a small box, so that they can help themselves, or by mixing it with their food once a week, or as often as there are indications of vermin. Penetrating, as it does, to every part of the system, all parasites are quickly and surely destroyed. Also gapes are said to oe prtveuieu 111 cuic-a-ens Fowls need it more than most ani mals, their feathers containing between four and five per cent, of sulphur. Their eggs also, have a small quantity, which is noticed by the discoloring of a silver spoon when it comes in contact with a boiled egg. Applied externally to the fowls when on the nest, to tke nest itself, or mixed with the soil in the dusting box, it...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 December 1874

rlY & .4 : H& iMf'M m ill -X -OH 11 n IB u tsJ B. F. SCHWEIER THE C0XS.TITCT10X THE CXIOX AXD THE EXFOr.CEMEXT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY, PEXNA., DECEMBER lG. 1S74. NO. 50. m ten W)V V V I Va1 t LYL' I coNf ll j N il II I F r , ill Jr&.M man rOKTRT. THE OLD HOSE. BT WIM. IUCI BARNKTa An ont-door quiet held the hearth Beneath the whiter moon. The cricket chirped in cozy mirth, Aud the kettle crooned, npon the hearth, A sweet, old-fanhioued tune. The old clock ticked, a drowsy race. With the clicking of the cricket, Aud red coala in the chimney-place, l'erped oat, with many a rosy face, like hemes in a thicket The crane's arm, empty, stock out stiff, Aud tinware on the shelves Twinkled and winked at every gUff, In the flickering fire-light, as if They whispered to themselves. The good dame, in her ruffled cap. Counted her stiches slowly. And the eld man, with full many a gap, liead from the Dig Book on his lap. The good wo...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 December 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. HrdDfidar. DecT 16, 1ST. li. F. SOU WE I EH, ERITOB ASK PBOrBIETOB. The first jurat ia President Grant's late message is tie financial question and tbe resumption of specie payment. In the President' view a resuiuptioneof pocie payerewt cecesrwrj to a revi val of business and general prosperity. Free ISauking is next briefly consider ed, lie favors a free bauking system. Our Foreign Relations is tbe next po'.nt. They are pronounced in a satisfactory cm J i . ion with tuost of the countries; here difficulties do exist they are pointed out. The question of Expatriation and Nationally next introduced, and is reported not in tbe working order it should be ; defects are pointed out. The National Treasury and the report of its Secretary is referred to. The failure of revenues to meet the obliga tion to add one per cent, per annum to tbe siniing fund induces His Excellen cy to suggest to Congress the propriety of readjusting the tariff so as to in cre...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 December 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOVN: Wednesday. Doc'r 16, IST4. TERMS. Subscription, $1.00 per annum. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notice! in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be male to th ae deairine to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. PEKN'A. K. RETIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Station a follows: e.tsTWAan. Philadelphia Express, 12 43 a m. Ilan-i-diurg Accuinino., 9 4M a m. Pacific Express, 10 26 a ni. Mail. 6 3- p m. Atlantic Express, 9 15 p ra. WESTWARD. Pitt slrarjr Express, 12 53 a m. Cincinnati Express, 2 05 a m. Pacific, ((Him. Way Passenger, 111 10 a m. Mail, 1 33 p in. Past Line, 6 4 "i p m. Mixed, 8 15 p m. Mifflin, Nov. 15, 1874. LOCAL IXTELLtGESCE. Last Friday morning was a hard one on rabbits. E. D. Parker, Esq., left last evening for Ilenver City. The Teachers' Institute! in full opera tion as. per announcement. II you want a good'and cheap Ov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 December 1874

(;BHTLTl KM.. Bfk Keeping bt Farmebs. There ar two reasons w uy farmers bhooid keep bees : first, because tbeir occu pancy of land places them in the right io.nl i tics to improve the whole honey li-U ; and second, because their occu pancy of the field entitles them to its iiarvefct. Cn it be made profitable? It would hardly be profitable to make it a principle business ; as au incidental business it may nfford them a large re turn for very moderate outlay and tri fling expense. Four hives of sufficient pize, with surplus honey recep'acles for 400 ponndsof honey, will cost say twenty five dollars ; four swarms of bees would, at five dollars each, cost twenty dollars making an outlay of forty five dollars. The first vear they would give, in a good field and season, 12'J pounds of t-urpius, more or less, according to the season, amounting ct thirty cents per ound at Z'.ii 4". The second wat-on would yield 500 pounds, or $150 amounting in two seasons tc$lS8.40. This gives more than fon...

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