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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 December 1874

if A v AA A w,?1ra ' f ' ' , , at? I 1 S a Y I I r" mm l m -m mm r , w -m I B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THE UNION A5D THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PEXNA., DECEMBER 23, 1S74. NO. 51. POKTRT. mi: i.aiiy'n ;iit. BT K. B. KTODDAKD. "O. give w something. Ladv ; 'For I have given my heart A trille to replace it. When we mre far apart." She drew (ram out her bosom A rose-hod wet with dew. And gave it to him. saving. ' Here' something, sir, (or you." "I take it and will keep it. For never lady wore A flower so pure and perfect l'.nt you mnxt jjive me more !" "I have no more to give, air; A simple maid like me. "Who ha nor birth nor fortune, "What should she have? said she. T.iit you have gold," he answered; 'No lady in the land So rirh a dower. "What is it ?" "Tlie ring upon yonr hand ?" She plipjv-d from off her fiugcT The little nng she wore. "I take it, and will wear it lhit you must give me more !" What more have I to...

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. — 23 December 1874

inTia SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MlrTLtNTOWX. Wednesday. Defr 23, 17-1. B. F. SCII WEIEll, :itb am raorEitros, i HEIiE IS a M inor. greit famine in Asia Utah an J Wyoming Territories Live female suffrage, and are greatlv pleased WHU IL Xew Exr,i.AM.perle are again agi - fating tlie .ji-stion of amending tl.e Uni'o.l ?iates"ConstiiutionJxiiressli! a recognition of IVity. The Spiritualist ic world Las been ' pressed, if possible, by tbese intoler gomcl.at distuibed by tbe announce- ! "t "! crimiual proceedings. In some mcnt tiat tbe "Katie King" manifest- j I'lcea colored laborers were compelled lions in Philadelphia have been discov-1 to vote according to tbe wishes of tbeir rrl to be tricks. - I employers, under threats cf di'charge - j if (Ley acted otherwise, aud there are MsAcai-si.TTs people are petitiuii. I ttf mMJ iDgtances iu wlllchi berj ingCongr,- to pr.niJe for trie holding jthl,sc tiTeuti wcre i tiieJ of a National Convention for ihe revi- Wtro rewi,rscIj executed by those...

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. — 23 December 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN! OWN; T Wednesday. Pcc'r 23. 1ST t. ; TERMS. - Subscription, $1.10 per annum. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents per inch fur each insertion. . . Transient business notices in local col nmn, 10 cents per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be male to th .sc desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter vear. -- PENN'A-. & SJ'IME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Station as follows: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express, Harrisbiirg Acc.timuo., Pacific Express, Mnil, Atlantic Express, WESTWARD. Pittsburg Express Cincinnati Express, Pacific, Way Passenger, Mail, Vast Line, Mixed, MilT.in, Nov. 15, 174. 12 43 a m. S4iiu. 10 20 a n. 6 st.j p ni. , 5 lo p in. 12 58 a m. 2 05 a in. 6 08 a m. 10 10 a m. 3 33 p ni. 6 45 p hi. 8 15 p iu. Laws delating to Newspaper Subscrip tlomr and Arrearages. In response to a request, we give the law' ns it stands relating to newspapers and sub scribers : 1. Subscribers who do not five express no- tic...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 December 1874

JUiBHTMTKAt. Use or Bcc whrat. The name buck wheat is derived from the German "Buch written" (Beech-wheat), from the resemblance of the seeds to beech nut. It belongs to the family of knot weeds, of which there are nnmerons species in the United States. There are three cultivate! plants. Tit, common hnrkwheat. Polygonum fagopyrum ; Tartarian buckwheat P. Tataricom, and notch-seeded buckwheat, P. emar irimtnm. The first is cultivated chiefly in America, the second in Italy, the a i . 7 - t : tiiiru la vsiuiia. There is a close resemblance in the composition of buckwheat and rye. In the grain of buckwheat there is twenty seven per cent, of husk. The seventy three percent of flour closely resembles that of rye in color and proierties, and the amount and composition of the ash of both plants are nearly identical when when they are grown in similar soil. The dry grain of rye contains 2.4 per cent of ash, that of buckwheat 2.1 per cent of ash. Buckwheat is extensively used as food for man...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 January 1875

rv iy7J, . . . y fT fO rf I v AY r--,. AY KTRVA AY Al B. F. SCHWEIBR, THS C53TITUTI05 TH UNION AND IH1 ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXIX. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., JANUARY 6, 1S75. NO. 1. hi i 1 1 w 3 POKTRT. THE BOASTIW HEX. MY OEOKUE COOFEB. 'Ke-daw! Ke-daw P a young ben cried. While strutting through a barnyard wide, Ke-daw! Ke-daw! I" re done a feat, I've laid the finest egg to-day That any ben in town could lay; So little chickens, far and near, Jiut bow your head when I appear. M mother heun you needn't sneer; Tbfre never was an egg eo white, 1 shall go frantic with delight!" Ke-daw ! Ke-daw !" rang clear and lond. There never waa a ben ho proud. The older bene were grave and staid. They said : -When other eggs are laid Kn or a dozen at the moxt My chilil, you wont care much to boast, Your ntturance will be more soothing When laying egg becomes no new thing. " Karh turned and called away ber brood. This young hen called their actioua rude, Jl...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 January 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN . MIKFLIXTOWN. Wednesday. Jan'j G, ISM. B. F. SUIIWEIEU, KMTOI Atl r-otrTO. Governor Tildes was inaugurated at Albauv. X. Y., m Xew Year day. Fix luiiJretl thonsiiid dVtlars in gold wr, -hiD-fi f ou. New York to Europe r i on Saturday. The t'ivil Uighu bill only vital x?s the Fourteenth AiuriiJittCut 10 the United Stat?. C-c itunm. TllKKK ire -nr hundred Granges in tin Siat. The tJrarge met etrdav at Wiiliauifp'-rt. TllE $5.00?, and no .'iestint.s, of fered fur tho r-luru ! CLa liavo not restored the bey to his pa rents A HAITI, of Clfj-two Cheycnues In dians wi'h nearly one hundred ponies, is reported Irotu Gen. i.cridans de partment. Gii.mouil is organizing concert for New York, after which, people will ncarcely ever talk about the Doston concert, held a few years a-o. . 1 . 1 -" It; r ., ,,. r t . i: . .. 'i ... i' .i i i . .iii imio to go to m a-uii'giui. '" brsves, to e a -ct a nmt'cuint auaui iue Uiaek Hill recrva'.ioii. 11.. Abrauam Ci:o ker, Congres...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 January 1875

in 'SENTINELS REPUBLICAN) -- - I MlFFLIXlOH'X: WSleda.: Jan'y 6. I8T5. f '" TERMS. ' Subscription, $1.50 per annnrn. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient busings notices rn local col umn, 10 cents p-r line for each insertion. I). -4 notion will he made to th aedesMng to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. PEKK'A. R. ETIME TABLE. Passenger train leava Itiiflin Station a follows: kastwabd. Philadelphia Express, 12 41 a m. Ilanibuig Accwiuiuo., !l ts i in. Pacific Extiress, 10 21 a m. Mail, 6 ai p in. Atlantic Express, 9 IS p lu. ' ' WESTWABW. Pittsburg Express, 12 89 a tn. Cincinnati Express, 2 05 a m. I'aciBe, 6 53 a ni. Way Passenger, 10 10 a ni. Wail, ., . . - 3 CI p lu. Fast Line, ' ' Hip n. Mixed, b IS p tu.' MifKin. Not. 15, 1874. LOC.1l IXtZlltnESCE. Sale Bills of all kinds printed on short tiotice at this office.' ' i t ) . ( i Huntingdon prr)pos8 to have waterworks at a cost of $05,000. Tou can buy a good Overcoat at To...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 January 1875

Ar-BKTMTRAL. Winter Cam or Tbees. Where trees are purchased in the fall, many of them are lost through want of proper we daring the winter months, and for this reason many wait till spring be fore buying. If trees, especially small ones, are properly cared for through the winter, it is better to get them in the fall; or, if they are growa on the place, and to be replanted in the spring they are better to be taken up at the approach ol cold w earner, ana ueeieu in. This operation of heeling is simple, eaoy, and puts the trees in the very !ent condition for keeping through the winter ; as, when they are thus treated, there is no danger of heaving out by frost, and the ends of the roots become w.-ll calloused, and are ready to uegin a fresh growth at once, when planted in the spring. To heel in trees properly, li? a trench, sav three feet wide, and deep enough to cover the trees, a foot or so alove the tops oi uie roots, ne fore the trees are itlaced in the trench. the roots should be ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 January 1875

leiillm B. F. SCHWEIER, . THE C9NSTITUTI05 THE CKION AlfD THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. YQL. XXIX. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., JANUARY 13, 1S75. NO. 3. POETBT. A LEU1L ATTACH EXT. Believe me. Bern, when I declare A title deed my heart. And 70a the party of the first. And I the second part That I have an attachment true In useless quite to mention; In vain I seek to serve 70a and Arrest yonr sweet attention. Von know von owned some love fur me When I the question mooted. But now it seems to me you act As if yoa were non-suited. My case is one in equity; I've pleaded wtth precision: Von know the points; why will yon then So long reserve decision ? I make no dilatory plea; I'm driven to distraction ! L'uless I soon obtain relief, I'm sore I sliall take action. At first a civil snit I'll bring At Cnptd'e Berial session; And there, a plaintive lover, ask For judgment by confession. Now don't demur when this yon read. But own yon feel compunction. For I my s...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 January 1875

i i. r SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. TTccSncffda y. Jau'j IS, B. F. SGHWKIEll, KHITilR A l-SOPRIEToa. Louisiana Troubles. Witbin the past rock L uisiana tron bles bare broken cut afresh. It is well known that a few mmnl.s sgo an elec l ion was bclJ in I bat State for mem bers of tbe Legislature and Fcvera! S'ate uffi.-MTH. Il appears tint the law .f the Stat provi'lei tbat election re turns are tu be subject ti examination .f what is called a "State U-turn K.ar-J." T"i.e Hoard in ,'iotion per formed tbe duties of the office, made oat a list of the members elected to tbe Lefislahiie, and presented tbe lift to tbe pr;pcr i.Seer to be presetted at tbe convening of ths Legislature. By the report the so-called conserv atives and Republicans were uearly balanced in numbers. The 4th lost, was the day fixed bj law for the con vening of the Legislature. 1 'revious to that date the course of the White League was such that Governor Kel lug believed himself utterly incapable of preserv...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 January 1875

SENTINE REPUBLICAN WIFFLINTOWN; i ! .; Wtdiie-4ay. Jaa'y 13. iT5. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annnra. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cent per inch lor each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line lor each insertion. Reductions will be made to th-se desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. PENS'A. E. jLTIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Station as ful u: KASTWA KD. Philadelphia Express, 12 43 a m. Harribnrg Accoiuiao., 9 4M a in. Pacific Express, 10 26 am. Hail, 6 3". p m. Atlantic Express, 9 16 p m. WESTWARD. Pittsburg Express, 12 58 a m. Cincinnati Express, 2 05 a m. Pacific, 5 58 a in. Way Passenger, 10 10 am., Vail, 3 33 p lu. . Fast Line, 6 4 i p m. Mixed, 8 15 p m. Mirtiin, Nor. 15, 1874. LOCAL IXTELLIGESCE. Beet Matressos at Snydt-r.s. A Huntingdon youth advertisers in the papers tor a number of lady correspondents. Resolutions handed in by a Patterson teacher, have been unavoidably crowded out this week. . ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 January 1875

AGRIClTTCKAL. Application of Limb. The state in which lime is applied to land varies with the quality of the land and other circumstances. The common practice is to cart the lime to the field, make it into a heap, or heaps, cover it over with a little earth, and allow it to fall into powder, or slake spontaneously ; after which it is evenly spread on the land and harrowed in, or otherwise worked in the ground. The slackening of lime is a chemical process. The lime absorbs and com bines with moisture, forming a hydrate of lime, and causing the development of heat, and a swelling of the limeshells, will soon crumble to powder. The finer the state of subdivision into which the lime falls the more completely it is dis tributed through the soil, and the more thorough and uniform its action. Sometimes the lime is made into a compost with earth or peat, in which state its action is slower than in the preceeding state. It is evident that the propriety of ap plying it in one or other of thee...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 January 1875

liiitfet lii B. F. SCHWEIER, THB CeSSTITUTIOS THE TNION AND THE IXFOECEMEXT OF THE LAW3. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXIX. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, FENNA., JANUARY 20, 1S75. NO. 3. POET IT. sua wrn FT XART . Of! -MAX Jean wept ! O Barred tears, (listening through the mist of yean; Not for those whom we call dad. Were those holy tear-drops abed; Not fur those who're paused away To the realms of cloudiest day. Bat for us, who linger here. Bending o'er a pall-clad bier. For the lone who watch and wait, By the hearthstone, desolate. For the feet that ne'er will come, Tbo' the weary day be done. Jeans wept ! The Lord of glory. He the undefined, the holy. Marked our sorrows, doubts, and fears. Passing through this rale of tears Where each human heart must know All the bitterness of wos. 8sered chrism ! thus consecrate For the sad and desolate. For the sister, brotherless. For the child, all motherless. Many a grief hath calmer slept Rinre the son of Mary wept. Oh. ye tears ! no jewels...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 January 1875

. SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFUXTOWX. TTednodar. Jan'y 49, IMS. B. F. SCH WE I Ell, EDITOR am nomrnii. - Louisiana Troubles. The excitement engendered among I lie Democracy last week by the attempt at revolutiou of the State goverumeot of Louisiana, aud Va frustration by United States troops, has tubsided un der the message f Pre-i-leot Grnt on tbe question. The President's message demons! rates eu t-"atinfactoriIv thai there m no interference further thau was Decenary to prendre the peace and prevent bloodshed, that the venom Las been removed from Lis enemies. Tbr message reviews the troabl and ority to consider it and provide aj"DJ". 11 oe "owe Mine Del ire , . 1 1 can obtain a'l the requisite data to ?dy. A hatever acts Congress tuaj j ., . i a J c I cofir th cjfiii tbaf tia?e occurred pass, relative to Louisiana, be will en force, as required to do ly oath of office. He slates General Sheridan's relation to tbe trouble, and exhooer ates Liin from the charge of tbe Dem ocracy. ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 January 1875

I r SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN mifflixtoh-N: : - Wednesday. Jan's ao. IS75. : TERMS. Subscription. $1.-V per annum. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents per inch for each i-isiirtion. Transient business notice i'l local col umn, W cents per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be ma le to tb at- desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. FENN'A. H. ILTIME TABLE. passenger traina leave Mifflin Station a 'ollowa: IhHadelphia Fxjtss, 12 43 a m. Marnrmrg iccuwiuti., M14 t m. rcitic Express, 10 6 a lu. Mml, 6 3 p m. Atlantic Rxprcss, 9 li p ra. MTII. Pittsburg Express, 12 5S a m. Cincinnati Express, 2 " a tu. Pacific, 6 68 a in. Way Passenger, JO 10 a in. Hail, I p in. Kast Line, t 45 p ,. Mixed, 8 15 pm. Him in, nor. !, If, 4. LOCAL ISTELLIGESCE. The river if fn.ten over. The snow on Monday v. as as light as down. Preaching in the Lutheran churrh every evening fh:s week by Kev. Mr. Biackweldcr. J. N. t W II. Moore pav ti e highest cah price .or hides tor their ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 January 1875

IGRIfTLTTBiL. Confidence is Animals. There are probably, few persona familiar with farm life who have not observed a marked contrast between the .general character and appearance of the domes tic animal kept on different farms within the circle of their acquaintance. On approaching some farm houses, the first salutation comes from a noisy, growling dog, who seems to take you for a trespasser. The next, from his master who divides his energies be tween welcoming yon and scolding the dog for not behaving better. You visit the barn, and as yon open the door, a frightened cat scuds across the floor, and with one look back at you from her great eyes, disappears through the hole in the floor, or out at a broken window. The horses lav back their ears, squeal and kick the sides of their stalls, as much as to say. "We feel cross and can't help acting it out" The oxen and cows start back as yon pass them as if afraid they would be hit with a fork, and the vounn calves and pigs scamper to the ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 January 1875

If$is ' jk Siii $3i in" till itit B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CeXSTITCTIOS THB CSI05 A5D THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXIX. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., JANUARY 27, 1S73. NO. 4. POETBT. AX AI TC MSAI. DAT. A living, pulsing glory fills the world. And bids me break My bonds, where slumber banners are nn furled. And I awake. Le aubtle wine of goo-glow fills the air. And o'er the plain The rising god of glory everywhere H bowers golden rain. Across the shades that dancing oak-boughs fling. The yellow tide Crops on, and melts to gold the dusky ring From its fsr side. . The lauos leaves of the chestnut fleck the air With emerald glow; A thousand quivering Jewels flutter there. And to and fro. The haugaty maie, princess of the wood. Is blushing red. Because the pine bowed low from where he stood Ilia kingly head. The sombre hemlock, silent and alone. In garb of woe. Mourns still for grief it never can atone. In anguish low. The slender birches sound their wonte...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 January 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFUNTOWN. Wednesday. Jan'y ST, I8"J. B. F. SCII WE I EK, i.dito axo riopBinoR. Ma. Wallace ha been elected to tie Uuited Stated Senate. He is is fair a Democrat as that party conld I'kelv find to represent them. His etec'ioii i a sad commentary on the mats and usages by which tbe Democ racy huld the power in tbtir party io thia State. It may seem a little barsb to charaltcrize the manner of tbe elec tion of Mi. Wallace as akin to the man ntT of etfC'.i"h of the Banditti of Loo- iiiana. In that niihaj py and turbulent State tbe great weapons of the Dem oraev, when everything else fails, are intimidation;., by threat of expulsion from the party ; threat of social ostra cism ; threat of expulsion from the State, and last, but wore terrible tnan all, threat of assassination. How near ly the Democracy in this State on the question of the election of United States Senator filled the measure of threats above enumerated, the intelli gent reader knows, but tbe foi...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 January 1875

sSriNEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN iOTN: fwgdneda.ttanJ 3T. 1875. TERMS. - - . .: Sabtfiiption, $1.60 per annum. Traa,ieui advertisements inserted at 50 e3.j per inch forach insertion. Jrsnsient business notices in local col umn. 10 cents psr line tor each insertion. Deductions will be male to th se desiring M advertise by the year, half or quarter PENN'A. R. R. TIME TABLE. passenger trains leave Mifflin follows: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Expresa, 12 Hsrruburg Accumuio., 9 Pacific Lspress, 10 K.il. ' Atlantic Espress, WCSTWABD. rittubcrg Express, 12 Cincinnati Eiprets, 2 Pacific, 6 Tiv Passenger, 10 If ail, S Fast Line, 6 Kited, 8 siSin. Nor. 15, 1874. Station as 43 a m. 4 a m. 28 a m. 85 p m. 15 p m. 58 a rn. 05 a m. 58 a ra. 10 a m. 83 p na. 45 p di. 15 p m. Laws Relating to Ke-Tsrapcr Snbscrlp. Hons and Arrearages. In re; or.se to a rtquest, we give the law a it stan-is relating to newspapers and sub scribers : 1. Subscribers who do not give express no tice to the contrary, are consid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 January 1875

AGRKTtTntAK. Liqcid Food fob Sick Hobses. In " many instances the throat of a hone is so inflamed from some en use, that it is exceedingly difficult for him to swallow food even in a liquid state. At such times there is another grave difficulty with horses that have never been ac customed to liquid food, or to water that has flour mingled with it. In cases where the animal is possessed of an unusual fastidious taste, let the eves be blindfolded so that the brute can not see the liquid that is offered. Then allow him to taste of water as the pail is held np to his nose and have another pail containing hay tea, which should be of the same temperature as the water. A horse can often be deceived by this stratagem, and thus be induced to drink a gallon or more of the liquid. In many instances, a horse can be in duced to swallow thick gruel when he will not drink bay tea, or tea of linseed meal. Wheat flour can sometimes be mingled with water so that a horse will swullow all that may be d...

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