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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 May 1876

k - . A. 3: mm B. F. SCHWEIER, . u .. m v -!i- THE CONSTITUTION THI CKIOH-JLND Tfll XOTORQKaflST OF THI LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. TOL. XXX. , MIETINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. MAY 17. 1876. NO. 20. : : ------yT-":- :-jf' A$-----f-' a 1 -a "' gwk- - & H ImWMW Kit ... . . WW I. ) i. x XT KONG. KT rKEDCKICE mm Yon. ask a song. Such aa of yore, on Autumn eventide. Home bleat boj-poet oaroU'd and thea died. Kay, 1 hare aung too long. Say, ah&Il I flinj A aigb to Beauty at her window-pane ? I Bang there onoe, might I not onoa again ? Or tell me whom to aing. The peer of Feere ? Lord of the wealth that give hia time employ Time to posses, but hardly to enjoy He cannot need my teara. The man of mind. Or print, who darken what ia clear aa day ? I cannot iug them, yet I will not amy Bach guide are wholly blind. The Orator? He quiet lie where yon fresh hillock heave ; Twere well to sprinkle there those lanrel-leaTea He won bat never wore. Or shall I twine A Cypres ? Wreath of glor...

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. — 17 May 1876

fpaam?r ff w- ; , ft L "f i rJ 1 I I SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN : MIFFL1NT0WN. WedBMtey. Maf It, mc B.: FSUH W-E1E11, kmt s raoratrroa. In Plriiadelphia-On George'B Hill A Glance of Fire Hoars at the Centennial Exhibition on Open ing Day.;, If, eer tbere was a gathering on Ibe American Cootineut to equal Ibe gath ering at Philadelphia last Wednesday, on the occasion of tbe ceremon.al open ing of tbe Centennial Exposition, it must bare taken place in pre-historic time. Who knows who lived here when the pyramids in Egypt 4,000 Tears are were built Who knows that just such jubilees did not take place on the bank of tbe Schuylkill, under tbe civilisation of tba days o 4,000 years ago. Four thousand yeais hence, who will know of tbe first Ceo tcuoial show that the nations of tbe world have joined ns in honor of tbe one hnndiedtb year of tbe Kepnblie of tbe United State of America. Tbe wiliest and most learned sigh over the realization that tbe vast limit less past is a blank to ns all. . ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 May 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN M1FFLIXT0WN: fT4t4Aj, May 11, iViBe TERMS. Subscription, $1.60 per annnm, If pud iltin 12 monthi ; $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisement inserted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Oed actions will be made to thaw.' desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter vear. PENK'A. B. ILTIME TABLE. ON and after Sunday, April lC;h, 187G, passenrer trains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. K. K., as follow i kastwabs. f Philadelphia Express ..12 64 am t Lewistown Accommodation.... 7 4t a tn jracitic Express 10 00 am :J.-hnstown Express ............11 22 a m tMail 6 (y p m f Atlantic Express 9 15 p in wistwabd. trittKbnrg Express 12 22 a m liPacitVc Express 6 02 a m f Way Passenger ... 1000am ;M.iil 8 28 p in ;fast Line .................... 6 4-S p m J Lewist own Accommodation .... 7 43 pm t Daily. Daily txctpl Sunday, t tailg txrrpt Sunday might. $ Daily ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 May 1876

" ' 'IMGISS. BT OKOBOE HOCQHTOX. I hear in to twitter of bird her song. I hear her step in the rootling gnat. Her laugh I hear on the breeze, and I long To see my Margaret paaa. ! ' ' i '. . ' I aee her eyee in the sparkling dew. ' ' Her Lair in the taaeelled corn, soft fanned. Her form in the drifting cloud, and I long To hold my Margaret' hand. I feel her poles in the river's flow. The rain that drips, and drips, and drips. Her breath on the perfumed breeze, and I long To taste my Margaret's lips. Myaterlaaa aaaatda. Perhar the most familiar of mystert ous sounds are those produced by the ventriloquist; familiar, because almost every country fair is visited by one or other of these exhibitors; mysterious, because the real source of sound does not correspond with the apparent. It lies within the province of the anato mist or physiologist to explain how it is that men can speak as if from the stom ach instead of the throat, and without any perceptible movement of the Hps; but the pe...

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. — 24 May 1876

tg 4wy w w$- r. B. F. SCHWEIER, THi 005STITUTI0S TH1 ITHION AD TH1 ISFORCTMBNT OF THI LAWS. Editor and ProprfOK TOL. XXX. MIFFLDOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. MAY 24. 1876. NO. 21. 3 sr. v. 4 .41 - 1 " OCa CENTENNIAL. . BY OEOBOE B. HEBBEKT. From Russia's barren snowy steppe India's sultry dim ; from From empires whose proud record dates from infancy of time ; From islands e'en now barely wean'd from rode barbaric aloth ; From cultar'd nationa where the arte hare reacb'd gigantic growth ; From all the world, of ev'ryrece, of sv'ry tongue and creed. Fjubasxadora are hast'ning here, with almost lightning speed ; Are bearing with them prieelee gems the treasure of the loom Kara works of sit, by patient men wrought mid dark ages' gloom Ensamples of all modern skill ; the triumphs of to-day The proofs that natore'a mysteries men's in tellects obey. Aud kings and emp'rora come to greet with friendly ontstretch'd hand The nation which a century ainee was bat s proscribed band Of ao-called re...

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. — 24 May 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN ' MIFFLINTOWN.. Wednesday. Way a," ms. B. F. SUHWElEli, KDtTOK 111) MOMKTOB. Hon. James Blaine and Col. Thos. . A. Scott, soon as it wm known that Hon. Jameii Blaine wonld be a candidate for the nomination ol the Presidency of the United States before the Re- publican National Convention, the envious and villainons" tongues of the dirty members of the Confederate branch of Congress were set to work to rill the land with scandal against him. Bnt in every instance the as sailants have been met by the correct life of the ni.in assailed, and com pletely discomfited, until at last Ihey find themselves in the pit they dug for another, sighing and philoso phizing over the fact that "They dug a pit ; they dug it deep; They dug it tor their brother; But by their si a they did fall in The tit they dug for other." the investigations that they . .!-.-. t . ... I ' I . .. I U nWWU MJ U1U UUUUC UUUUUj 1111 C been just th.it much against them selves, for tliey proved that...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 May 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : ffedaesday, ftiay s4, lT. TERMS. Subscription, $ 1X0 tier annum, if paid within 12 months j $2.00 if not pud within 12 month. Transient advertisement Inserted at 60 tents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local cot' finin, 10 cent per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be made to th.e desiring to advertise by the fear, half or quarter rear. PEKK'A. B. RETIME TABLE. irvN and alter Sunday, April K.Ih, lSTfi, V passenger train will leave Milmn bta tiun, 1. R. K., as follows : Philadelphia Express 12 64 a m Lewistown Accommodation.... 7 43 a ni Pacific Express.. .10 00 am ;Jolinstoun Express .............ll 22 a in Mail : 6 try p m Atlantic Express t. 15 p m WESTWARD. fPittshurg Express 12 22 a m Pacific Express -. 2 a m :Way Passenger lOOttam ;Vil 9 2S p m jKast Line Cfipu Lewistown Accommodation .... 7 43 p ni Daily, t Daily unfit Sunday, f f otfy Except Sunday uifkl. Daily except Mm- day. LOCAL ISTELLIGESCE. Cabin...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 May 1876

i Lim IGRKXLTTEIL Thk Model Farmer. The model far mer can't be found tn everr nelzhbor hood. You may even tramp over half a century possibly without meeting him But when your eyes once fall on the model farmer you may know him by uie luiiowing signs : The model farmer thoroughly loves his business; regards it as one of the noblest of callings ; is wide awake to all its interests, and takes an active part in every enterprise to rnish them forward. But our model farmer has no hatred of honest workers in other lines of indus try, and knows full well every pursuit is made prosperous through the h&r- ubliironT an prosperity of all the rest. mivI.ivw "- Our model farmer is a thinker. He - . laid out his farm with especial ref- uuiy tuBux to highest possible convent brana.ence. The arrangement of his barn. to fi' feeding-sheds, and pig-pens, all show the thoughtful purpose. His fields are cultivated with a rotation of crops set tled npon years beforehand. The model farmer likewise plan...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 May 1876

If Editor and Proprietor. B. K. SOHWEIER, THE COH3TITCTIOH TH1 CNI05 AKD THX X5P0KCXUENT 07 THX LAWS. NO. 22. Mi VOL. XXX. MIFFLINT01TN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., MAY 31. 1876. r GODSPEID. n haiuuet PBiaooTT sporroai. The great ahip spreads her wings, her plumes are flying; Mnic sweeps down the deck, and chiming laughter ; She climbs the green crest of the shining snrgea. The shadow of the chasing surge climbs after. Ah, never overtake her, mighty shadow! Spirit of fire and air, attend npon her. In cloud by day and fire by night possess her ; Sacred her charge, and sacred be her honor! Far in the mid-waste of the weltering waters. Furrowed with dark and day and dark re turning. Fly. fly, good ahip, easing with every dawning, To hail your beacon in the billows burning. And though you toss where oerer breath of blomom lUow nor sweeps round the mast the swift eea swallow. Yet with yoa still, all storm, all space, defying. On her untiring wing my lore shall follow ! An Affair Of Honor. Fo...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 May 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN ;4 MIFFLINTOWN. . Weaneoflay. Ma;; 31, IST6. B. F. iSOHWEIEll, kMTOB ASA PJopntTOf. Meeting of County Committee. The uiea.0 -ra of Ike standing Conrmitteo of the Hpublicau l arty of JuuUta count are requested to meet in Miffiintown, on 8iTVVS)hY, JUNK 10th, 1876, at I vYloctr, for the purpose of nx;ng T"" ;. ,. . ,, . the time of holding the Primary Election and meeting f Return Judges. The folio ing-nained gjullcuien compose the Comity Committee : Fayette Ruben Cavcny, McAlisterville, James McAuiey, Oakland Mills. Moi.roe A. . Shslienberg-ir, Richfield ; O. P. Koihermtn, Evendale. Fcriuaiiaiigh Samuel Thomas, M ifl in to u ; John Stotier, l Jtliutoo . t! usuilehanna ilarrtsou Minium, Pfoutz's Valley p. o., Perry couuti ; S. G. Dressier, j OribUl. i Grcenod Andrew 2.-idfm;HenryZ-i- d,, M.iierstown, Perry comity. IVUare M. A. Toouet ; John M. Stmts, ' Thompsoniowa. - j Walker D. r. Mmicuen, fort Koyai ; v. t II Moore, Van Wert. Tkouipsoutjan T. Zimmerman i ....

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 May 1876

- - - - - f SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN WIFFLINTOWN: Tedneaday. jwky 31. isie. """ TERMS. Pibsrription. J1.j"0 per annum, if paid ritlinJ2 months; $2.00 if not paid within 12 r.iouths. Tranw.ont advertisements inserted at 50 cents per inch for each inertion. Trantisnt business notice in local col umn, 11 cents per line lor each insertion. Deduct Km will bemvie to th -ee desiring j to aavijruse cy the J"e4r na" r quarter vear. i PERK'A. B. BJIME TABLE. ON ard after Sunday, April lGth. 187S, paaaentrer train will leave Milliin Sta tion, p. K. K., as follows.: CASTWlaD. Philadelphia Express J Lewistown Accommodation. Pacific Express J Johnstown Kxpreas tMail a Atlantic Express WE8TWABD. f Pittsburg Express Pacific Express fYav Passenger ;Mail Jr'ast Line ;Len'itown Accommodation ., .12 51am . 7 43 a ni .10 00 a ni .11 22 a tu . 6 O'J p m 9 15 n ni ..12 22 am .. C t)2 a m ..lOOOani Oal .. ... 6 45 D m 7 3 i m t Vail, t Daily except Snndvy. C aily except M..iai, night. Daily except Man - d...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 May 1876

it n. .1 ACUCCTTTKAL. What is Majtcm? Anything which upon being applied to the soil, causes it to produce a more abundant crop, U manure. Manure is of three kinds, natural, mental and mechanical. Nat ural manure Is anything which being decomposed assists the earth to support plant life. It was nature's original agent in preparing the barren waste, whii-h nur earth formerly was. as a fit- ting abode for man. The progress of decay and death in the animal and veg otshlA kintrdnms. is the onlT mode of creating natural manure. The final destiny of all animal and vegetable life is to be transformed to natural manure. This is the beginning as well as the enHino- of all earthly ehinsrs. Mental manure is brains not the ani mal composite which we call our brains but the active, creative principle wui is th tniidinff oower of man. and which when applied to the operations of farm ing, produces the third kind of manure the mechanical. Mechanical manure is the result of brains applied to rural af...

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. — 7 June 1876

ft"--"' V. fflllllflf JMttif HI Wft Allr iiffl lllliW WWwW www Wgf IP Wly ww- . B. F. SCHWKIEB, TBI 0058IITOTIOH-IHI PSION AND THI INFORCIMBNT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXX. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY, PEXNA.. JUNE 7. IS76. NO. 23. 1 GRUMBLE HOT, BROTHER. bt nun M, con. ununbla not, brother, though dark be tbe night. Gloomy the shadow of life to thy sight ; Other hT blared them, and sealed with a cheer. Ik'll enlleetefl AllfKiile fii. TKam The hill which dir.de a from uniuer phare. I were men and women many of the former armed wun pikes and sabres the latter, the refuse of fie populace. who appeared like birds ot evil omen at again on the ensuing day, and let her Courage !" said a soft Toice. "The Know wnatever baa transpired In the opening enlarges. Now. Julie !" interim. Julie! Beauralloa was sure he heard As he approached the streets In which the name, and yet uncertain whether nis store aua nouse were situated, he or not he was dreaming. nreaineconiuseumurmurora ...

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 June 1876

n. v mmmtmmmmm!!m,nuu'i'iltutt3-iLtmmi:taan SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. WetectdftrJaae T, 18Tb. B. F, SU H WEIEU, ' KTI AND rauPKlKTOK. Meeting of County Committee. The nieinbert ol the Standing Conrmittee ' of the K-publit;ii 1 arty of Juniata county are requested to meet in Mi&iinlowu, uo SXTCROAY, JUNE 10th, 1876, at t o'clock p. ., for tire purpose of tiling the ( iine oi; holding tbe Primary Election auf meeting of Return Julges. "Thc lolloaitig-nauied gentlemen compose the County Committee : Fayeite Knben Caveny, McAIisterville, James MoAuley, Oakland Mills. . Mot.roe A. J. Shellcnbergr, Richfield ; O. P. Kotltcriiiio, Lveudale. , Feriuauaiigh Sauitiel Thomas Mitflin (oku ; John Mkdit, Miitliutoau. ' unnehanna Harrison Minima, Pfoutz'a Valley p. o., Perry couuty ; S. ti. Dressier, j Oriental. : Grecnaood Andrew Zeidera; Henry Zii dera, Millerstown, Perry county. Dclware "4. A. Tuooey $ Jobs II. Stutts, Thompsontown. Waitier D. P. Miuic-ben, Port Royal; W. U M.-....

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 June 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN r": - MIFFL1XT0VN: ' Wdaeday. jane f . 18TC T ": " TERMS. 7 ' : Sblicrription, S 1 .AO per annum, if paid wilt in 12 months ; if nut pud within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notice in iocs! col tamn, 10 cents per lino for each insertion. Deductions ill be made tn th c desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter vear. PENN'A. B. RETIME TAELE. ON and alter Sunday, April loth, Is7fi, passenger trains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, V. II. II., as follow : eastwa-p. t Philadelphia Express 12 t4 a m t Lewistown Accommodation. .. 7 44 a m Pacific ipKs..iii.i ..10 00 a m J Johnstown Express 11 "'J a in Jeail 6 ll p m A Atlantic Express . 9 15pm WESrWABD. tPiUsburg Express 12 22 a m I Pacific Eiprcss ii 02 a ni l! Way Fas-wnger 10 00 a m jMail 3 2 p hi ;Kt Line ti 4 " p m 'jLewistown Accommodation .... 7 43 p iu I Daily. Daily except Sunday, f ZW.'y t qtpt fcday tops, s Vuilf txctfii .Iu...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 June 1876

AGlICCLTtaUL Pasturing Meadows. A paragraph Is traveling quite extensively through our agricultural exchanges, recom mending pasturing meadows as a means of making them more productive. It gives the name of -a practical farmer who has tried it, and is sure he knows that pasturing is the preferable prac tice. All which shows that there are exceptions to all rules. It is possible that under some circumstances pastur ing meadows may be really beneUcial; but it by no means follows that It is to be generally recommended. For the great majority of meadows pasturing at any season is undoubtedly Injurious. The roots both of clover aud timothy, are very liable to injury by the tramp ling of cattle at any season. Cropping the herbage diminishes the vigor of the plant. If fed down in spring, it will usually be impossible to get more than half a crop. If fed closely after haying the natural shelter of the plant and roots for winter is dertroyed. The exception to this is where blue grass or red ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 June 1876

IS i ' i V t F. MHWHEK, n cohkctk) tHi cmo5-jua m BxratanavT or rai laws. Editor aod Prey VOL. XXX. MEFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. JUNE 14, 1876. NO. 24. II I II I I I MX I II III ' Hi 1 i LITTLE FHT. Id cestle lull or cottage homee, Wbererer guileless childhood mm, Oh. there is nothing half so sweet A boa; trad of little feet. The sighing breeze, the ocean' roar. The purling rill, the organ's power. All etir the soul bat none ao deep As tiny tread of little feet When forth we go at early morn. To meet the world and brave ha acorn, A down the garden walk ao neat We eee the prints of little feet. At eve when homeward we repair. With aching limb and brow of care. The voices sing oat clear and sweet. Then comes the ruth of little feet. The knives are lost, the dishes stray. The tools are spirited away. And when we go the lost to seek. We take the trail of little feet. But when the angel Death hath come. And calls these flowerets from our home. Oppressive silence reigne complete ;...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 June 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAU MIFFLINTOWN. Wednesday,, gum 14, 1T8. Call ot 'tfepubilcan State Central Committee. HanBisavao, June 8, 1876. The members vf the Republican State Central Committee are requested to meet at the Lochiel Hotel, ilarrisburg, .on Wed nesday, June 21st, 1874, at 2 o'clock P. It. Important bnsiness will be transacted at "tlii meeting, and a full attendance is de sired. HENRV Jf. HOTT, Chairman. A. VTiuos Noaais, Secretary. Eepublican County Committee Meeting. Pursuant to the call of the Chairman, the Republican Connty Committee of Juniata met at Will's hotel, MitHintown, on Satur- ky, the 10th inst. Dr. J. P. Sterrett called the Committee to order, and on motion V ra. U. Allison was elected Secretary. . IfidB. r - i n tuv-li jnffK iJ" Akininn Sal. nrday. the 19th of August, was fixed npoa as the time for holding the Primary Elec tion, and Monday, the 21st, for the meeting of the Return Judges in Convention, and the Chairman and Secretary were authorized to issue a...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 June 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN: " TTeacadaT. Jmme 14, 1BT6. TEHMS. Subscription, $1J0 per annum, if pud wittin 12 months ; $2.00 if taut paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 Cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to th -se desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter rear. " PENN'A. B. ILTIME TABLE. ON and after Sunday, April Ifith. 1876, passenger trains will leave Vifllin Sta tion, P. K. U., as follows t ASTWABD. f Philadelphia Express 12 4 am I Lewistown Accommodation.... 7 43 a m Pacific Express 10 0)am .Johnstown Express ............11 22 am jMail 6 0y p in 1 Atlantic Kxprrsa .............. 915pm WESTWABD. fPittsburg Express 12 22 a m t Pacific Express 6 02 am t Way Passenger 4 4 .10 0!) am .Mail 8 28pm 2 Fast Line .................... 6 45 pin t Lewistown Accommodation .... 7 43 pm I Daily. 1 Daily except Sunday, t taily except Sunday ni...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 June 1876

ACUCXLTIbAL. Grafting thk Peak. A correspon dent of the Country Gentleman gives some useful particulars of his experl nv in OTftinr the near '' Be says he took kindly to every near variety of this fruit offered ry nureerj urcu, . ultimately found that the soil or climate of his locality was not favorable to all the sorta pressed upon amateurs, and he hwt recourse to the kinds that seemed most suitable using the unproductive stocks for grafting on. He does not think that his method of grafting Is In common "use, but it is to be preferred to any other. He proceeds af follows: Jn the spring he cuts the scions from the trees he desires to propagate, and buries them half their length in the soil at the foot of the tree. These will do to graft from two to three months. When the bark will separate easily from the wood he saws oil the limits square from his stocks at any length from the ground, makes a slit downward on the side and inserts the scion, properly shaved off one-half and fitted ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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