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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 January 1874

A itH 111 I? V .? ! S ! f B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THE CSION AXD THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., JANUARY 7, 1S74. NO. 1. Pootry. The Merlins. Brllo, Bob! Hiw are 50c. DaaT I'm r lad to Me yu to-dav ; It's bn uaav a lomg year sow Sines yon and I were at play. Let's fro and hava a day of it, Aad imagiae onrslves bsya again, Wnea we aaed to play around the o!d chwl-boaa That stood tbere ia the laae. A luaf, long time ago it'a bora, Aad we've both gone through a lot ; I'to beea right saceassfol ia bU, a ad yoa, 1 belieTe, have dm. Well, I believe thia lift's picked oat (or a, "It's bat a game of card, I'vs bald one of the winniag baada, 80 here goea my regards. Ya're all the same to me, Bjb, The aame aa yoa were yearn ago ; to fill them ap agaia, landlord There that'e enough J aat ao. I went to Califoraia, Bob, When the "gold raver" broke out, lad had a little aaasnal lack That's bow I got my start. Toa had a ...

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. — 7 January 1874

SKNTIXEL & IiEPlMiLlOALVI - MIFFLINTOWN. tttsliicsday, Jauwtry B. F. S 0 II W E I E 11, tDlTO aXD riOl-BlKToa. TilE Russian Msnnnuites have for d-ised 1?,U03 acred of land in Kaunas. GkrsESAt 3jcklS. Minister to Spain, has resigned 1're.siJent Grant has p- . j ni i .. i ... ti. - - Deopattfes from Washr-Jtoo have circulated ti e r.-i-ort that President (laul H nut be election. Candidate fur re Ti:e V.tna'tiotial Coneotkio re p'rtci fhe following Tote for aUd a.ia!..st tlie ii?w v.oi.i.i,ut.u . For hx new V.nMituiion. . ... Agaiuxt Uie new Coiistitulivii. ri lU'.M'.x i Majori:rIortLeContitnlion... 14l-2 A I'lTTfltrKiill astroiioiiicr says that sentatircs allotted to the conuty rc beautifu'.l.v painted" a'ns were loaded H.ronh the telesc.pe on tbo ob-erva- j wbich it i 1 iratcd. Every city eoti J with lovely women and beautiful chil tofv .fits on thesnn are plainly seen, ! to more "'Sn T''UT rePr-e.ie-. Jrca , he r; ht , trax, of - ' ' and etery cocnty harinr urer one hon j . . , ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 January 1874

S&NTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN! OAVN: fV'TnchIay, January T, 1ST. TEMN'A. E. iTIME TABLE. P&swiifeCr trains leave MilHin Station as follows: iaitviid. Phiodelpbia Express. 1 !"i i in. Fast Line, 3 2d a m. It-rnibiirg Accoiiimo., 11 'is i id. Kail. G 12 ui. Vat-trie Express, In 13 am. Cmcwuaii Kxprcst, 8 i() j ui. Pittsbnrg Express 1 2" a lu. CitK-iui.att i.iros, 2 i:l m. I'ar-.t!-, C Oo a hi. Way Passenger, !'. I'4 a m. Kail, i - ui. a I .in, 0 06 iu. Slifflin, Not 2, lfcTS. LOCAL lXTELUr.t-.XCt.. A Musicil Association has been oran- irod at Van Wert, j .Wun at Laird L. Bel!' storu In Tat- ' tersou, every evening. j McAlittterville ha a musical carnival on j the lapis for licit Friday evcan-. j Rev. Mr. Blsckwelder is holding a nvi- ' Tal meeting in hi cbr.ro.i in this place. : Crouud baa b-cn broken for the new Militia at the Sufquchaima cud. So it is ' icjwrtcd. Jerotu: N Tlioniscn roM his " Black Rock" la... , luulaiuing lid acres, to Geo. Wiise. of cnUwr. and oflicird...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 January 1874

Ag ricnltnr al. BKXxnciAi Birds. The following is an extract from jeport made to the Montgomery, O.. Hort. Soc: "I will give list of snch birds as are known to almost every one, and are beneficial in the destruction of worms, insects, 4c., that are so detrimental to the crops of the horticulturist and farmer. 1. Omnivorous birds, snch as live on insects, worms and carrion, and often mAA livwria to tkia nourishment crrain. seeds and f raits. American Starling or Meadow Jark, Baltimore unuw ur Golden Robin, Spnrions or Orchard Onole, Red-winged Blackbird, Cow Troopial or Cow Blackbird, Pnrple Orakle or Common Crow Blackbird, Tufted Titmouse, Chicadee or Black- 2. Insectivorous birds, snch as sub sist almost wholly upon insects, par timlirW Anrro the time of reproduc tion, home of the species add berries and small iruits, out iney are orcunariij only an accessory nourishment. King Bird or Tyrant Fly Catcher, Pewit Fly Catcher or I'nosoe tsira, woou x-ewee, TV..-,! M Rmvii ThraaVifir. C...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 January 1874

f.'l II Tit ill f ill true !..! 1 to n't ',:ft ?'-.rii r rfrki mi;s " 1 .,' V "'. "'" '" ..in" " f - ' " 1 ? ft it-i -;it..i' :.. It, ......... '. - - 'Ya -1 - -SEti r tej rifl 1111 WliU J-'"-" '" :1"-J Mi,llmBIII!HWMM j ;. : Cr ! ; . .-.I rl'! ; -a' : - it ',':-:"' .. -.,1; :. .. '. i. .; THE COXSTITCTION THE CXIOX-wLXD THE EXFORCEMENTOF THE LAWS.' i.n -. .1, . u ! .: !--m .., . , ...j-j Editor an4 Pfoprietor. . ,T . t. 1 i . . -t 4. , I I ,,' I .. J Ll. , , . , , 1.. ' ii J ..I m r .... - 1 i 141 t-ii -U- -1 1 . .1 L'i. VOL. XXVIIL ; MIFFLINTOAVxV, JUNIATA CQTOTYPEXAiJAXIAKt W, 1S7:;; ; M ! ; ! ; .VJiV'iV.".'.',' ?"1V:; , , TSO 2,T .Bt-KMI-WtlVlVlS "'I IB tl v-.ii-. i: ,:...- ,:i . Poetry- Of UUfboun7odilhtkiir '.', 1 U bright ar cVMdy wtker;.i'' Uf all lk flowtW tint coana4 ,' Tka hU tirahn aann tjgaU. . -- Thli Uttl. rmryie fwr? krlMr ' 1 ;' Tfengbta f the tiie.d J-t tb"!. Z had a UUle loTar (laca, , " ,. 'A Wb aaW to glM moaiaa;, V..,, JJla ayea ra bine aa iyaciBlka,' (, llh Up...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 January 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLI3T0WN. tVedaeedar. Jaaaarr 14, Wit. B. F. SOU WE I Ell, kmtob raorBiiToo. There. are eighty granges of the Patron of Husbandry ia this Common wealth. Br act of Lepslsfore bogs are pre vented from running at farge in West Virginia. The X"ew Tori State debt, with " Siuktrg Fnad" fnnds deducted, ia $21,191,397. lit proelarostion Governor Ilmrt ranft liaa announced the adoption of tht new Constitution. Helena, Montana Territory, was ! noat entirely destroyed by fire on the morning of the 9th inst. A high wind aped the f! a rues. f iatob McCllbb haa a bill on iti passage through the Legislature that will greatly change the present election law, particular.; in Philadelphia. T'.fDr.R the new Conatitution all bills for special and local legislation must needs be advertised in the locality where the law will operate. Till fiate Grange of the Patrons of Husbandry was in session at Uarris burg last week. The ilrange adjourn ed to meet at Williauirport one year ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 January 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN! OWN: WcdaesdaT. January 14, 1st 4. PENN'A. R. RETIME TABLE. Passenger train leare Mifflin Station ai follows: ASTWSBD. Phiadelphia Express, 1 25 a m. Fast Line, 3 20 a ni. Mairisburg Accommo., II 2K im. Mail, 6 12 pm. Paeific Express, 10 13 a an Cincinnati Express, 8 tO p m. IITflU. Pittsburg Express, 1 20 a ill. Cincinnati Express, 2 2.1 a m. Pacific, 6 00 a in. War Passenger, 10 04 a n. Mail, S 38 p m. Kan Line, 6 33 p m. Mifflin, Sot 2, 1673. LOCAL IXTELLlGhXCt.. Mifflin waa a aea of mud last weak. Tramp are in bad repute aince the rob in ry. Tyrone claim to hare Bfty business house. The Newton Hamilton river bridge cost 18,5!4. The Lewistown D'morrat advocate the election ol women a school director. Notices and corutuunieations receive no attention if unaccompanied by the nane of la ci ntributor. Solomon Sicber, of Fermanagh town ship, killed hot; some days ago that weighed when dressed 573 pounds. An exchange savs. "You can keep arti cles stor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 January 1874

AgricnltTiral. Thk 8he Maooot. Shepherding in England requires a careful counting twice every day, more particularly in July and Angnst, for tlie black beetles there strike the same as the fly; and the maggots are striped along the back with a blockmark ; they are so large and voracious that they sooa get into the poor sheep's insides and canse death. In showery and sultry weather, in summer, the beetle will strike in any damp place in the wool, especially if soiled with the sheep's own dung or by lying down on cow's droppings. A shepherd becomes practiced so that he can detect the place where "fly blown" or owa fly beetles, before maggots have begun to worry the sheep ; and, by applying some lotion (mercury water) whieh fie generally carries in his pocket when the animals are in many fields, as they generally are, the evil is checked at ouce ; but when an oversight has given time for the maggots t begin gnawing at the skin, the animal struck will be very uneasy, lying down and risi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 January 1874

iiiiii ! , B. F. SCHWEIER, THE COXSTITCTIOS THE CXIOX AXP THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOI. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., JANUARY 21, 1S74. NO. 3. l'oefry, Advice C.ratis. Ia to am what y-ia t f D d I fceararlfhtr Were yt la wiMt, or Im .part? Ia lav with Poet? An yom qait At odd With luUf, tO aaeeit That Ja, with f-aia, ra-IUaee, erraco Instead of the etarloB taoae ht bay. Hare emlllag'.y aat yoar feet aad be Toward p-ilae where each low CB-wwlBtf He? A Po a axaker of aeree.: Om Who da ly c dae for hia dal'y bread. The blaed of bla heart ia rtjyiaea that caa HI braia la feaer with fear aad mi Laat tkat ha Bar. la epeakiair it. The toae of the Vere which c aet Mai i.ejewhare a t oftba li.laite Bjejewbero aat froaa tLe raet aaa die. Toa aed aat aaawer : I kaew year thoafLt To tall aaa that, ft lac tbata eiat ha thaw Waeee Mpa. Uka the threue at birde, wr amoM Calefy far eiag-iaf. It followe eloaa Taat G4 atte-U( thaai ta pack pltcb Aeo-pto their ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 January 1874

t! ' f & ! : i IIHllH aa ' MIFFLINIOWN. VTedncsday, January 31, 1S74 li. F. SUUWEIEll, FNTOI XXD raorerrroa. Mo.VEr matter ara reported quite easy by city paper. Tiie Congressional increased tslary bill of last winter has been repealed. TllRCssctif lico. Evans is to be re-tricd iu t lie Dauphin count; curt. The Sts'e claims of him 149,7-20.53. Hon Am.cn U. Tiiirmas has been re elected by the Ohio Jjrislature to the t'nitcd States Senate. Kn'Ksht Tfmplars will bold their annual conclave in Bellefoiite, Centre county, next May. VtdJo, Japan, was devastated by a fire on the Oih of l'cccn.btr. About aiz thousand buildings were destroyed. Sacked and other concerts are fur bidden on Sunday in New York by the chief authrntv of the city. The King of Ashantee is allowed by law if thera be such a thing as law in that couutrv three thouiaud three ' vouunj .jico (uuu.ouu .-.it Lundred wives. JJr.ICKt.AYERS held a national con vention in lialtiiuore hst week. The convention next year w.il be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 January 1874

SL'TiSJ;ir& REPUBLICAN ..-.W7KUXT0WS-. , f cdnckdaj. January 11, IS74. ' pEXS'A. E. E. TIME TABLE. passenger traiua leave Miftliu Station a follows: FASTWAD. liiadeljihia Ka press, , . 12am. Fast Line, J . I !l I m. Ihirnsburg Aecnnimo., 11 i'S a in. .Vail, 12 p it), l'acitic Express, 10 l-i a m. Ciiti'i:niitii Kxprcss, 8 t-tl t iu. -'J' " "wrTwx. Vitfe-baejr. Kxpress, 1 20 a n. Via maati Kaprt'ss, . ' 2 "J a in. :t1r, , ? ? a nu Vt y Passenger, W t)4 a m. M m, S -K p iu. Vast Line. 6 o3 p ui. Xitilin, Nov -I, 1ST3. . LOCAL IXTELLIGhXCk. Thursday muruuig was wintry cuou jb to satisfy the most ardent advocate of cld ,rcathe.r. The rnstsble of Lewistowri arrest dis. order'y boys about the churches of that town, dunug service. Siephen Reno, of Femiannrh township, "Ul.eilon the 3rd of 'aUrch n.-xt, bis firiu- I u2 unlfiiH.N and live stock. ; wentv-seven iranips in inc sonp nonsc i 1 1 1 Viirfv-f.inr i t:l;i mini. ! . . , ... . , .. i ocr n j-onca . n, ..u.e o, ,ue ..i,-.P-t..r l Thn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 January 1874

.A-grrletil tti ml. Tn EtisMixs or m Cbasbekbt Cbof. The) cranberry crop i abort in many parte of New England on account of the drought, the worms, and other enemies. Thie fro.it, though growing mostly upon pmt bogs and Bnampy places, is as much effected by drought as other crops, especially upon the thoroughly drained and gravdled or sanded plantations. The fruit fails to set well, or if slready set the fruit is small. The remedy for this is to hare the water raised in the ditches to a point where the roots will reach it without flowing the plsnta. The fruit-worm and the vine worm are among the worst enemies of the cranberry- rrower. Flowing m the spring is a complete remedy for the Tine worm, and if prolonged late tnengh in the season it will destroy the other. Many growers draw off the water early in May, when the parent moths are most active. It is now pretty well settled that the water should be kept on until the first of June, or if drawn off early in May it should be put on a...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 28 January 1874

fulfill . II SC ill fL B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THE UNION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., JANUARY 2S, 1S74. NO. 4. Poetr-. Longfellow. Pvet of the nuj keye, Elch are all thy BtMltl '. Sot for serf alone nr king Is the message thoo. doei Lruig ; Not for Met and not f. clu, Bat for aalversal iumu. Worthy thoa to w;a the faaie 1 Lit h&j gathered ruund Ifey um. FVet of the nlDDf Uf., Kaught of discord, eavy, strife, Harshly breikinr ttiruota thy Uj, Star the moslc of tby gave. Like tho tream. Id tranquil pvaer, Iay by day and knur by hrnr. Flows thy gentle life along . Sweeter tuaa thy aweeteit a-itij. Poet of the silvery locke. Time the thoughtless graybearj wcks. Bat In reference bend hit head Where the great and noble tiead. Men, too, low and reverent, ii.se the years eo wisely pal, Each the life that thou it lire. 6neh the homage we would glee Poet of the kindly heart. Better thaa the classic art T...

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

1f" T FEYTIXEL REPUBLICAN MlFFLIXTOWX. Wednesday. January 2. 1974. B. F. SCinVEIElt, FI1IT0B 1N rOPIETo. The coal strike bs route to aa end. The United .Site luiles of railroad. have 71,505 Hnx. M K. W.u-re, ot Ohio, has been coiiihTwi as ll.ief Jns'ice of the United State SltprcTtJe Cmlrt. Physicians "f PiiiiidoiHiij, New York and Boston arc nis( a Hid i to pt;rchase the f i f lhe Sian-s: tains cii:.stific meu and teschers in Paris Lave entered on the undertaking of teaching an aje to talk. Mr. I'vz.e, of Northampton eonntj, introduced i bill into the Lfgislatute to repeal the local option law. Oh the '21st inst. Chicago was the victim f a great Cre that destroyed $700,000 worth of property. William I'inkxkt White, Uorer nor of .Maivland, is the newly elected United States Senator from Maryland. - M Lawvkus in Philadelphia are organ izing to have legislation so shaped that the salaiies vf judges may be iucreased. Temperance men are asking Con gress to legislate against the manufac ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 28 January 1874

EEXT1NEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXIOTX : trednendav. January "Js. 174. PESK'A. E. ETILIE TABLE. f asscnger tfa'ns k'are Mifl'in Station a fallows: EJtSTD. pfcisrtnlj'hia Express, ftft Line, llarnsburg Acconimo., Mail, Pacific Express, Cincinnati Kx press, Pi'lsbn-p Express C'll!'lnali Express, Pacific, Vnv Passenger, y..iii Line, Nov 2, lb73. . 1 2 1 a m. 3 20 a m. II "Him. 6 12 p in. 10 lo a m. 8 Ml p m. 1 21 a m. 2 2 ! a m. 6 (II a in. 10 04 a in. 8 J.H p r.i. 6 Hi m. LOCAL ISTELLlGLXCt. The SuloatTs Lave reduced tiie price cf coal. To Kenresentativc Hetrick and Sen- .tor Mitchell our thanks are tendered tor public documents. A dense fog prevailed on Friday and doorr.dayand t people U.k.ng , don fogs. Friday evening, that set about London and London r reeburg lias six business places trial ! Lave eacn a urge lamp in at nigtit m . . -.. front of the house. ; Iuck hunting seems to have gene i outofexi-tencc. wssiblv on account of;" the scarcity of ducks Twenty turbuleatly disposed tr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 28 January 1874

j Agricultural. Farm Sleds. The tool sled, which I will first describe, has been .frequently recommended as exceedingly convenient to transport plows and harrows to and from the field, to move barrels of cider or vinegar, or any each thing. As a tone-brut I find it rf greater use than the fctone-boat itself, for it is strong enough to carry ail the small stones that tan be loa.led upon it. It is made of two 3i4 inch oak or hickory sticks, four feet ioufi, hewed to sled runner points tt one end ; upon these, crosswise, two inch jilauks tUrte feet lonfc are pinned with wooden pins ; and nron tbee, at the fioct and sides, a two iueii oak rave is nailed. It is best t have the whoie tiling of hard wood, bat it makes it a little heavy. Oa a farm of fifty acres not more than one may be needed, but they are so ef.sily ma le that on a farm of one or two hundred acres, employing two or three iairs of hones, two or three of different e:zes and strength will be found useful. They are drawn by c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 4 February 1874

Mi? ; 4 B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THB U5I0N AND THS ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., FEBRUARY 4, 1874. NO. 5. roetiy- Vf is taken Vocation. Cribble (TheopoBpas Plato) lealt la aoal aad coks and "uto . Bat to 'lata, coke ul eosl Sjred sapetlor fals msI. Bat he wcmld aot let Us trvle That saperior aoal degrade, Aad ale aplrtta he'd exalt oa x ladles froai ol4 Iiaak Waltoa. Co ha oft wat oat to aagle Left als wif to tara tha Baagle Aad supply th aelfhboriaa folk With tfa.lr "Ulo, aval aad coke. (Mra. Oribble, by tha way. Bad baaa christeaed, I should say, la tbeee festive, (lortoaa aaaes: Saaaal Aaa Zeaobia Jaaee 1 Xaay a dachaas ta tha laad Mljht have fait aa aaTy b'.aad Toward this siaipia child of Satan For har g orgeoas aoBeaclature.) Vow yoa Bast kaow Zaaobla Orlbbla Woald eonetlnee lovely poeau ecrlbble. Har lines wars But ao ( Iv'a ta tangling As those har aasbaad ased for aafliaf. Aad oft that pastsss aa st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 4 February 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFL1NT0WX. , -TTedneidar. Febmarr . T4. B. F. SCHWEIEK, EMTOI Kfc rOMIETO. The Missouri Legislature has reject ed a bill, that provides fur the tlestion cf women, ai school directors. Thk Minnesota Legislature bas Toted aa appropriation for the relief of those who suSered from the ravage of grass hoppers in southwestern counties of the State last simmer. - Z . C"U!ICNICAT!OS8 from ladiei, do oc casionally appear, in Newspapers, in different section of the country, ad vocating separate sleeping cars for la dies who travel alone. There is a rumor afloat that Sena tor John Scott, of Huntingdon, will soon receive a ' cabinet appointment from President Grant, in consequence of the resignation of one of the present n,emlers. TBI second trial of Evans, at liar risburg, baj resulted in a verdict for the State, of forty thousand dollars tjore than the one previously rendered. The sum total of the verdict of this last trial is $185,000. The Chinese employed io the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 4 February 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOMFN : Wednetflay. February 4. 1B74. Teun'a. e. e. time table. Passenger trains leav Mifflin Station aa folio! : BASTWABD. rhiadelphia Express, 1 25 a ra. Vast Una, I 20 i m. Hamaburt; Aecoamo., 11 2H am. Mill. 6 12 pm. Pacific Express, 10 13 am. Cincinnati Express, 8 bO p m. mirwiti. Pittsburg Express, 1 SO a in. Cincinnati Express, 2 2S a m. Pacific, 6 Ol) a m. 'War Passenger, 10 04 a nu Mail, J 38 p m. r ant Line, 6 S3 p m. Mifflin, Not 2, 187$. LOCJL ISTELLIGLKCM.. Countj Bonds are lell'mg. chbu? Reports ard otter matter passed over till next week. The canal presents tolerable ice for ekaiing. The working time of railroad men baa been increased to nino bonrs. The penalty Tor setting fire to a building in California is death. Legislative petitions are circulating h this county for the repeal of the Local Option. GO AND SEE The Original Bliti, at Graj bill's Hall, Saturday Afternoon and Evening. Licking Creek ice baa been shipped j the Pennsylvani...

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

jVgricnl tural. Bbxeds axd Thobouohbrrds. Thor oughbred is a term given an animal descended from parents which both be long to the same recognized breed. A breed is a gradual growth, daring many years, often centuries, of a class of ani mals which possess some marked dis tinguishing points or characteristics. Its perfection is arrived at by a course of skillful breeding of selected animals, each one chosen for the especial purpose of marking more distinctly some desired characteristic. This course is persevered in until each animal is able to reproduce itself exactly and infHllibly, and the chief characteristics of the class of ani mals are indelibly fixed, 60 that each young animal produced is a tvpe of its class. Bach a class of animals is then reorganized as a breed or as thorough bred animals, and its descendants with out admixture of foreign blood are "pure bred" or "thoroughbred." There are very few really pure breeds however; that is, races of animals which repro duce themsel...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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