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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 17 August 1870

v. v. ' . I' r. V. If t I JH guniata fattafl ESTABLISHED El 1846. " u iri.tTetirn PirrnT WrnSSSPAT MoBSISO. Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall, MIFFLISTOWN. PA. T. .' '- : l TuJukiata Sistihii. is published every Wednesday morning at $1,50 a year, in ad vance; or 52,00 in all cases if not paid promptly in advance. No subscriptions dis continued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the opsion of the publisher. Li;x- K- MctLUKE, ' ; ATTORNEY AT LAW, 144 SOUTH SIXTH STREET, riiLAOtf.riiiA. oct27-tf JOBEUT McMEEN, , ATTORNEY AT LAW, ' MIFFLINTOWN, TA. .Office on Bridge street, in the room formerly occupied by Ezra D. Tarker, Esq. s. tt. LOUDEN, MlliFLINTOWN, TA., Oilers his services to the citizens of Juni ata county as Auctioneer and Vendue Crier. Charges, from two io ten dollars. Satisfac tion warranted. novo-tim. T1IMAS A. ELDER, M. D., MIFFLIXTOWS, PA. OfSee hours 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. Office In JJolford's budding, two doors above theSn Imti office. Bridge street. aug IS...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 17 August 1870

Juniata Sentinel MIFFLINTOWN Wednesday Morning, August 17, 1S0. B. F. SCHWEIEK, KIitTOR rBOPRIETOR. BETL'ttLlCAX riMHAKY ELECTION. The qualified member cf the Republican party of Juniata county are requested to meet at the usual place of holding elections in (be respective disiriots, on SA1 t'KDAY, ALGt'STSO, 1870, At 2 o'clock F. M-, and alter electing a judge and clerk pro tern, "an election shall be held for judge and clerk, which shall remain open for thirt minutes, after which the ballots (hall be counted, and (be parties baring the highest number of votes shall be declared respectively the judge and clerk," and the judge and clerk thus elected ohall proceed to hold the election and receive the votes by ballot for the nomination of One person for Congrtes, One person for Senator, On person for Representative, One person for Register & Recorder, On person for Sheriff, One person for Couuty Commissioner, One person for Jury Commissioner, One person for County AuJitor. The pol...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 17 August 1870

Cfrr janfafa gratrntL TEDNESDAl MOUSING, AUG. 17, 1870. PESNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND after Monday, Jnn 13, 1870, Passenger Trains Till leave Mimin siauvn as iouows EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express.. 12,10 A. M Fast Line 3,25 A, M. Harrisb'g Accommoda'n 10,36 A. M. Mail Train 6,52 P. M. Cincinnati Express 8,50 P. M. WESTWARD. Cincinnati Express 1,50, A. M. Pacific Express 3,34 A. M. Mail Train 8,01, P. Mi Way Passenger 10,15 A. M. rittsbnrg Express 5,36 A. M. Accommodation 8.20 P. M. JAMES NORTH, Ag't - unm EmnrMEiT, n. 19, 1. o. 0 F. meets oa the first and third Tuesday! f each month, in the Odd Fellows' Hall, Tbompsontown, Juniata Co Pa. WM. J. DENNIS, C. P. W. C. Loo AW, Scribe. TOWN AND COUNTRY. Joitx II. Lemon has been nominated State Senator in Blair county. Factory. Milton Las a shoe Factory that employs 36 bands. O.V a Raid. Bank burglars are now on a raid throughout the country. Seminary. See advertisement of Kishacoquillas Seminary in another col umn. Female College. See in ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 17 August 1870

Ar i i ! -l t iii-l -P ; i i NATIONAL HOTEL, 1EWIST0W, POII'A. HEAR Jc IIA.HAKER, Proprietor!). yTAI CAPITOL HOTEL, near the tap O tol Buildings, UAKISBVRQ, PA. BgTcrms as moderate as an; Hotel in lht City. WJI. O.THOMrSON. Proprietor. J IMATA HOTEL, MJtnixTO nx, j Cxi ata co., pa. JOSJT WrjTSSL, TrorrUior. Rooms large and comfortable (he Table snpi lied with the ben the market atTords kulilmg the host m (lis county Bar con- i i: . i - -.1. .1. . ... 1 Ktnnllv sur-plied with the choicest vines mid liquor ni paitm spared to please guests, and charges inodcrato. Sept. X, 'ii'.'-lf WHITE HOUSE HOTEL, Clf, & 318 NORTH THIRD STREET, PHILADELPHIA. UEO. ZE1I.I.MY, lnprictor. Good accommol:ition!i for all who may favor hint with a call. . Kirst-( ln Livery and Sale Stable, HiLOISCl 00 HORSES ATT.I-!IEI TO HOTEL. VilLROY HOTEL, J1ILROY, MIFFLIN CO., PA. iJAVrif I. IllVti. Pro!rklor. 1 PERSONS who may have occasion to stop in Milroy, will liad this a pleasant and quiet House. Table well s...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 31 August 1870

..,. .. ' ..'--, "ESTABLISHED IS I84G." "J"Z PliTLlBBID EvEUf WlDMSDAT MoBXIXO, Cndge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall, w .-- MIFFLINTOW'N. PA. ' i- 7j !! -- - : . !': .r ; r . j J r! it ''-' The Jchuta Sestisii. is published every fredaesdaT morning at $1,50 s year, in'ad Tace; or $2,00 in all eases if not paid promptly in advance. No Subscriptions dia continyad antil all arrearages are paid, unless at tie opiioa of the publisher. .r rpffssiiraal:atbs. ALEX. K. MoCLURE, . .. -. .-.::. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 1 4 430 0 Til SIXTH STREET, 'i PHILADELPHIA. oct27tf J OBEI1T McMEEN, , u , ATTORNEY AT LAW, , ; MIFFLISTOWN, PA. ' 'i,-',' ,1 Office on Bridge street, in the room formerly occupied by Ezra 1). Parker, Esq. ' g "B. LOUDEN, '' " ' ; " " '" V ; - MIFFLINTOWN, PA., " Offers his services to the citizens of Juni ata county as Auctioneer and Vendue Crier. Charges, from two to ten dollars. Satisfac tion irarrauted- . nov3-6m. "tiiojias a. elder, m. d.,, MIFFLISTOWN, PA. Omce hours &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 31 August 1870

Juniata tniiheL MIFFLINTOWN Wednesday Morntofr, Angust 31, 1870. C. F. SCIIWEIER, EDITOR PROPRIETOR. REPUBLICAN DISTRICT TICKET. COMi'HKSS, Uox. JOHNT H. l'ACKKR, Or KOBTHCHBSIILAilU, " (Subject to decision of District Conference.) STATE SENATE, Col. JOHN K. ROBIXSOX. Of MILKED Twr . JUNIATA CO. (Subject to decision of Cisinct Conference.) ASSEMBLY, Col T. F. McCOY, of Miftlin munty. DAVID KTNIER, Esq .of HuMtitigdoa. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TiCKET. SHERIFF, "WILLIAM GIVEN, ff Fermanagh. REGISTER AXi) RECORDER, K. W. II. KIIEIDEK, of Mifflintown. mt'NTY COMMlSslOXKR, ,IAS. J CULl'.EKTSUX, Spruce Hill JURY COMMISMO.VER, JOSEPH ROTUROCK, of Fermafagh. COUNTY AUItllYiR, G S. METTERLIXG. of Monroe. The Deniocrarj on thp "White Man's Part." Tlie Democracy is encouraged by the result of the election in North Carolina, t ending Democrat are using their in fluence to stop tie cry for a " white man's party." Leafling Democratic papers are lurnuig iu iuh r.tuic unc tion. The New York World asks its...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 31 August 1870

Cjjr-Jmtfcrta iatnthtel. Cumplimrntakt to Mifflin printer. I Fatal AcciDMT. Oq I ant Friday I : Fish Baseits There it a Uw on the The "Nebraska Rfgisitr' of "Bulo city"' night, as Mr. Peter Stronb of Turkey J statute book against fish lasket fishing. WIDNS3UAI MORNINO, AUG. 1. 18T0. saya : ...,......... valley, ureenwood township, was on bis nitnont comment we give an extract of After this week Ang 25 the mecbani- way from a brothers house to his own the Act The reader will notiee that iu if OIC-i iJ?if 9 cal department of this office will be un- home, his horse, in crossing a little bridge, the extract which we publish, the JunU DENNtfYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND der the superintendence of Mr. James stumbled, and, it is supposed, fell on Mr. ata river is not mentioned. It is, how- . . . .01 an T 1 -. - - 1 Kreider, a Printer of excellent attain- Stroub, injuring bim so badly that he was ever, included in that list of streams from ments, whom we engaged in the State of I unable to move ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 31 August 1870

r -.r.' 4 NATIONAL HOTEL, '' f lEWISTOW PESN'A; " V J i' -; . , - ,;' " BEAK & nAAKEK,-Proprlttor. tTATB CAPITOL HOTEL, new the Cap tj tol Building. ' , RA&ISRCRG.PA. jTenns m moderate as any Hotel in the City. iV 'V; I ' -. j WM. C.THOMPSON; proprietor. JUNIATA HOTEL, MnFLIJS TO WK, JVSIATACO., PA. Rooms' large and comfortable the Table enpf.'.itd With tie best the market afford Siahlinfc the bet in the comity Bur cop sunt! supplied with the choicest wines 'd liiiiorf no pi spared to please pilots, and charges moderate. Sept. 8, '0?-tf ."vniiiE "house hotel, S10 i 318 .NORTH THIRD STf.EST, PHILADELPHIA. ' EO. ZF.IM.KV, Proprietor. Good accommodations for all who may favor him with a call. First-Cltsa Livcrf and Sale Stable, HtLPlKO HOESrs ATTACUIt) T BOTkl.. j M I LROYMOYEL-r MILROY, ML KILLS CO., PA." DAVID I. Km ' . Proprietor- 1)ERSONS who tuj- ua-rc occasion to stop in Milrov, will find this a pleasant aud -quiet House." TaMe well supplied Maiding large aud excellent. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 7 September 1870

Rjmrs'ffi?" ABimmsIm vi tf eil.il 1j xM A kll dertis4af fsV less-ha tare avewtas fat en Squat of eight lines let wi h charged one insertion, 76 cents, three Jl.oJ, and 50 cents for each subserjuetil insertion. Administrator's. -Eaecotor'wsnd Auditor's Notices, $2,00. Professional aadUBuin4S Cards, not exoeeding one eqitare, and inclu ding iopy of paper, $8,00 per year. Nofices in reading columns, ten cents per Una. Mee; chents advertising by the year at special rates. -f r , ' 3 'r'omtkr 6 rionthf. h t yMr. One square 4.5 $ 6,00 $10.otf Two squares.-... 1 6.0l . 9.00 -. l.OU ESTABLISHED IS 1846. TOPUIRCD F.VIB.T 'WtDHIDAf MOEWIMO,1 Bridge Street, apposite the Odd Fellows' Hall, MIFFLINTOWN. PA.' ' 'iU Thb Jbhata Sbstibbl is published every Wednesday moraine; ar $1,50 ft year, in ad vance; or $2, Oft- in all aaea if not paid promptly in advance. No subscriptions dis continued until all arrearage are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. . ... . . .... ri i . .y 5' i IT Hi ' ri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 7 September 1870

. M I F F I. I N T 0 W N Wednesday Xornlitg, Sppteubrr 7, 1870. B. F. SCIIWEIER, EDITOR TROPRIETOR. REPUBLICAN PISTRICT TICKET. - ( O.NCKKSS, Ilnx. JOHN 15. I'ACKKR. Or M'XTHt'MHKBLAMt, (Sulject to decitiou of District Conference.) STATU SKXATB, AV. P. WILSON, of Centre county. D. W. WOO I S, of Mifflin county. A.SSF.Ml'.t.V, Ckn. T. F. McCOV, of Mifflin county. DAVID ETNIE, Keq.i.f Huining.lon REITDLIC.X COCNTV TICKET. KHKRIKF, WILLIAM GIVEN, of Fermanagh. nrr.isTKR and kkcokiikii, E. W. H. KREIUER, of Mifflintown. COI XTT COMMISl(lNliR, JAS. J. CULHKRTSUX, Spruce Hill JIRY I OMMISSIO.NCR, JOSEPH ROTHItOCK. of Fermanagh. rof NT V AintToR, G. S.METTKRLIN'J. o Monro. Desirable Location for a. Jlannfartiirinfr Kstiililishmout. Nearly every inliabilHtit of Mifflin and Pattwimn lias some timo or other ai'ken', or been saked, ' To what use doa the renylvni Railroad Company intend t ) put tli almost abandoned shops at Patterson T" The community of the towns agree that the question lias ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 7 September 1870

Ce Jrahds Stntintl. WEDNESDAY MORKTN0, SEPT. 7, 1870. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND after Monday, Jua 13, 1870, Passenger Trains will leave Mifflin Station at follow : EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express.. 12,10 A. M Fast Line 3.25 A. M. tlarrisb'g AccomtnouVn 10,36 A. M. Mail Train 6,52 P. M. Cincioaati Express..-.. . 8,50 P. M. . ., WESTWARD. . ? Cincinnati Express 1,50, A. M. Pacific Express 3,34 A. M. ' Mail Train.. 3,01, P. M ; Way Passenger 10,15 A. M. - Pituburg Express.. 5 36 A. M.- Accommodation 8 20 P. M. "' JAMES NORTH, Ag't jrum EscurariT," n. 19, 1. 0. O F. meets on the first and third Tuesdays f each month, in the Odd Fellows' Hall, Thompoutown, Juniata Co., Pa. WM. J. DENNIS, C. P. W. C. Loo ax. Scribe. , TOWN AND COUNTRY. Rea the Klection Proclamation. HunktihiRv. : The expreisiou "hun fcvdory" is Scotch, and means half-witted. Mrs. F. C 1'attbkson's Select School at the Seminary, AcadYmia, will re-oiieu wn Tuesday, September 13, 1S70. Aug 31, 170-2 Worth Ml.ll..; The smo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 7 September 1870

NATIONAL HOTEL, LEWISTOWH, PEM'A. BEAR A HAMAKER, Proprietors. STATK CAPITOL HOTEL, near the Gp O tol Buildings, UARISBVRG.PA. fgkTerms as moderate as any Hotel is the City. WM. O.THOMrSON. Proprietor JUNIATA HOTEL, M1FFLIST0YTX, JCXIATA CO., PA. JOKJT WSPSEL, (proprietor. Rooms large and comfortable the Table supplied Willi 'he best the market affords Stabling the best in the county Bar con stamly supplied with the choicest vines and j quaiitiegi all of wnich WU1 be sold at the low liquors no paiue spared to please forrts, . ,t pPMibie ijTig prices, and charges moderate. Sept. 8, G9-tf , LaaM (Jailers and Shots. WHITE HORSE HOTEL, 816 818 NORTH THIRD STREET, PHILADELPHIA. CEO. ZEILLEY, Proprietor. ' Good accommodations for all who may favor him with a call. First-Class Livery and Rale Stable, OLD1KU tU MOSSES, ATTAUHKU TO UOTKL MILROYHOTEL, MILROY, MIFFLIN CO., PA. DAVID I. RlK. Proprietor. PERSONS who may have occasion to stop in Milror, will finl this a pleasant and quiet House. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 14 September 1870

RATES OF ADVERTISING- All advertising for less thin tbree months for one square of eight lines or less, will be charged one insertion, 75 cents, three $1,50, n SO cents for each subsequent insertion. Administrator's. Executor's and Auditor's Notices, $2,00. . Professional and Business Cards, not exceeding one square, and inclu ding copy of paper, $8,00 per year. Notices in reading columns, ten cents per line. Mer,' cheats advertising by t he year at special rates. 3 "-onthf 6 montht. I year. One square $ 4,50 $ 6,00 $10.00 Two squares 6,00 9,00 15.00 Three squares.... 8,00 12,00 ?0,00 "One-fourth col'n. 14.00 20,00 36,00 Half column 18.00 25.00 45,00 e column - 30,00 45,00 80,00 ZUt Juniata ntiart. ESTABLISHED IS 1M6.' pDmsniD Etxki Widisiat Morsis,' Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall,' MIFFLIXTOWN, PaI II I II i x Tbi Juuiata Sutdil is pnbKeAed every j Wednesday morning at $1,50 a year, in ad iTance; or $2,00 in all eases if not paid B. F. SCHWEIER, TUB OOlSTlTUTloa THE ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 14 September 1870

.,, .',,u... ' I,,. . ,y - HLI....I. jj.gg;"- --""'nrTTrinTiiKirmmiMir L Juniata Jientmd. The Constitution and the 19,500,000. , In tlie Xlth Article and lVth Section of the Constitution of Pennsylvania if tbe following provision for the establishment of a sinking fund : "Sec IV. To pro vide for the payment of the present debt at its first session after the adoption of this amendment, create a sinking fund. And unless in case of war, invasion or insurrection, no part of said sinking fund shall be need or applied otherwise than in the extinguishment f M I F F L I N T O W N- the public debt, until the amount of such Wednesday Morning, September 14, ISTO.j, ;s reJaCed below the sum of five i millions of dollars." Notwilhstanding j the clear expression of the Constitution against the nee of the '"sinking fund for any purposes excepting those specified by the Constitution, which are given in ; the above quotation, an effort was made i last winter to reach that fund. The ef fort was made ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 14 September 1870

Cfce. Juniata Sentinel. VTEDNESDAl MORNING, SEPT. 14, 1870. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND after Monday, June 13, 1870, Passenger Trains will leave Mifflin Station as follows: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express.. 12,10 A. M FastLiue 3.25 A.M. Uarrisb'? AccommoJa'n 10.3G A. M. Mail Train 6.52 P. M. Cincinnati Express 8,50 P. M. WESTWARD. Cincinnati Express 1,"0, A. M, Pacific Express Mail Train Way Passenger Pittsburg Express. Accommodation .... 3.34 A. M. ....3,01, P. M .. 10,15 A. M. ... 5,3C A. 5L .... S 20 P. M. JAMES NORTH, Ag't JI J11TA EX(Anr.HEST," !U. 19, I. o. O F. meets un the brsl mid third Tuesdays of each month, in the Odd Fellows' Hall, Thompsoutown, Juniata Co., I'a. WM. J. DENNIS, C. P. W. C. Logan, Scribe. TOWN AND COl'STKV. Read the List of Premiums of the Agricultural Society. Wanted An apprentice wanted to the shoemaking' trade. One who hag been at the trade some time preferred. Apply to Geo. W. II ecu, Mifilintown. Next week we expect to publish ou first page Brainar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 14 September 1870

gocal buir&nntnts. Tlic Place for Good Grape-vines IS AT THE gnntah itolltn Dinntte, AXD GKAPE-Y15E SUKSEKY. THE undersigned would respectfully in form the publio tbat be has marled m Nnrserv about one mile northeast of Miiflintowo, where he h horn testing a large number of the different varieties of Grapes; and having been in the business for eeven years, he is now prepared to furnish VINES OF ALL THE LEADING VARIETIES, AND OK THE MOST PROMISING KINDS, AT I,OW it ati: s. by the single vine, dozen, bundrei or thou sand. All persons wishing pood and thrifty Tines will do well to call and see for tuetn eclve. jja-GooJ and responsible Agents wan-cd. Address, JONAS OBKRHOLTZER. Mitflintown, Juniata Co., Pa. Feb- 14. 1870-ly a. b. rasicE .JOMS KOKTH- FASICK & XORTII, BOOT & SHOE MAKE3.S, MAIN STREET, MIFFLIN, In the Hot, I Buihl'ng of Mr. Younj. Having entered into partnership, we are now prepared to manufacture and have fur sale all kinds of ROOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS, rim GEN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 21 September 1870

RATES OP ADVERTISING- AH advertising for less than three months for one square of eight lines or less, will be chirped one insertion, 75 cents, three $1,50, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. ' Administrator's, Executor's and Auditor's Notices, $2,00. Professional and Business Cards, not exceeding one square, and inclu ding copy of paper, 58,00 per year. Notices in reading oolumaa, tea cents per line. Merj clients advertising by the year at special rates. : 8 'ninth'- 6 month, , J year. One square..... $ 4,50 : $ 0,00 SliOO Tiro squares 6.00 - 9,00 ' 1 15,00 Three squares.... 8,00 12,00 ' ?0,00 One-fourth mI'iu 14,00 . 20,00 rf.6,00 Half column 18,00 25,00 .45 00 One column. 80,00 - 45,00 i- 00o mmMM;jsws mm win. V -r V7 V7 V 7 V7 VT VT VT WW ' f d 1 ANV AV ' tVVV AV AU iU VV A 7WV ...J : , - j i . uaivit A-xu riwriiitiun. VOLUME XXIV, M 3$. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY;' PENJTA:, SEPTEMBER 21, 1870. WHOLE NUMBER 1227 names of all Jndges of courts uoted for, and to be labele...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 21 September 1870

mimtl Juniata 3 The Democrats Propose to pay Bebel ' Claims. Down in Maine one month ago, Speaker Blaine, of the Lower House of Congress expressed himself as follows:'; i" ; One of the most insidious and danger ous and probable model of destroying the The "Old art Sew." If we were allowed the privilege of selecting what in onr opinion were pre eminently the four best litorary month lies of this- country, we could do to with out a moment's hesitancy. The Old AVMt ivmlit 1i Aim nf tlif fulir. It National credit under Democratic rule;, . . . . , . has characteristically a aphcre of lis own. r. . r No other periodical occupies the same evening, J . ftrminH In ni'tiflifl nrtmli-Mhlv lirlHf . inn b" - ' J ' THE WAR IN FRANCE. PARIS CUT OFF. " Lo.VDO.if, Sept. 15. Telegraphic com munication is now btoken, and the French have surrounded the walls of Paris with deep canals of water. The Prussian car- airy were within sight of the capital last ; 1.: r. 1 a- ...1 u i k ! . . . . id a ttvle pec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 21 September 1870

Cjjt Innhtla jstntincl. WEDNESDAt MORNING. SEPT. 21, 1870. I PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AXD . after Monday. June 13, 1S70, Passenger Traim will leave MiWin Station ai follow! : EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express.. 12,10 A. 51 Fart Line 3,25 A. M. Hirrisb'g Accommoda'n 10.3G A. M. Mail Train...: C.52 P. M. Cincinnati Eipresa 8,50 P. M. WESTWARD. Cincinnati Ksprerx 1,50, A. M. Pacific Express 3.31 A. M. Mail Train 3,01, P. M Way Passenger 10.15 A. M. Pittaburg Express 5,30 A. M. Accommodation 9 20 P. M. JAMES NORTH, Ag't jcum cmirim," Ko. 19, 1. 0. O F. meets on the first aud third Tuesdays f each month, in the Odd Fellows' Hall, Tkeaipaonlown, Juniata Co., Pa. WM. J. DENNIS, C. P. Mf. C. Loo a, Serite. TOW.1 AND COl'.tTKV. Enterprising book publisher are beginning to annouuce their Holiday books. BKAT Hkdloion in the price of Glass Jars, at N. E. Liitlefirld's $1.25 per dozen. Tnu maples ara coloring, and will soon be arrayed in crimson, rich purple, and bright gold. Don't Neolkct It. Dou...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 21 September 1870

it i I'otat bufrtisrmfnts. Tic Place for Good Grapevines . ' IS AT THE AXD UKAPE-YIXE XURSERY. THE undersigned would respectfully in form llie public lliat he has started a New Store in f atlersoa SAMUEL STRAYER, having purcbaed Levi Heclit. kef-pa in the new Brick Build- nnrnf-T UjllfflT illlTfrrhS I ing. Main Street, .Patterson, a large and ele niHtlla VUUi VIVllillV J, -g.Mit ia,or,nient of Ueadj-Made Clothing consisting tu pari or j Oct.rcout, Frork Coat, Bret Coat, I'an'alvout, Yers,' Dratem. Collar,' .: 1 Grape-vine Nursery about one mile northeast , Undershirt, Jfami.-erchie, of Mifllintown, where be has l-eu testing a : , Bootfdt Slwe Urge number or the diUVrent Txrieiiw ofj t , d . eeven Tears, he is now prepared to furni AMINES OF ALL THE LEADING VARIETIES, AND OF THE MOST PROMISING KINDS, AT L W R A T i: . by the single Tine, djxe:i, LundreJ or tlirn tand. All persons wisliiiie good and thrifty Tines will do well to call and see fur iliem selves. Jay Good and responsible ...

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