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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 February 1874

. f . t t ; 1 " - B. F. SCHWEIER, - ' " THE CONSTITUTION THE CXION ASD THE ENFORCEMENT OF TIIE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUXTY, TEXNA., FEBRUARY 11, 1S74. NO. 6. Poet iv- 5I Pitalm. it ion sairaLtar watrnra. t movni no more my vanished years ; Beneath a tender rain, Aa April rata of smiles aad trtn,' ' My heart Is yoang ag-ala. The vest viadt blow, aadt staging 1W( I hear the glad streams run ; The windows of my aonl I throw Wide opea Is the no. -Vo loader forward aor behind I look la hope" or fearf Bat, grateful, take tbe food I nd, Tbe tent of aow and her. I plough ao more a desert land, Te karrest weed and tare ; Tbe auaaa droppiag frost 0-jd's kaad, Kshnkea Biy paiafal cire. I break nay pilgrim staff, I lay Aelde the toiling oar ; The angel nought no far away I welcome ai my door. The alri of Spring may nerer play Among the ripening eurm Nor freshness of the Bower of May Blow throng h the Aatoma mora ; Yet shall tba blue-eyed gentlaa look Th...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 February 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFTLINTOWN. W edtarsdajr, Feb'j It. 174. B. F. SUII WE IE 11, atirrva at rivr-aiEroa IS the Thtrteesth ward, Philadelphia, two ladies are vanning for tie office of school director. The A than tee war is reported as at anei.4. . The English get $1,000,000 as indemnity, ttd the delivering of all the white prisoner!. The Southern people are advancing in civilization, as is illustrated by the refusal of their chief representative, Jefferson Davis, to fight a duel. The National Grange of Husbandry were in session at St. Louis last week. All the State were tepresentcd except Delaware and Maiue. A FRIEND gave Fra .k Cowan a bot tle of pole cat fat for rheumatism. Since then Cowan can disperse a crowd wherever he fries. A rn!t.AHEl.PttlA paper of the Gth inst., speaks of the bringing of the bodies of the "Siaa.ese Twin' to Phil adelphia, as fuHws ; Dr. William II. Pancosst, of the Jefferson Medical College ; Dr. Ilarri eo i A'.len, of the University of Penn. svlva...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 February 1874

KESTKEL & REPUBLICAN " W1FFLIXT0MTN: Tfdneday. fc-Wy 11, 18T. fEXK'A. E. 1LTIME TABLE. Fassenger bain leave Mifflin Station as roii..'-- . pbiait'!' EPresS 1 ta j,r't .me, 8 20 a IU. n"mrs Accommi)., 11 28 am. 6 12 pm. fif-ilie Kxprea, 10 13 am. ;;ncinr.ati'Kxpresv 8 .0 p ru. wrrrwiati. ritfcnrg Express, 1 20 a m. Cittf-mcati Express, I S im. rnnc, C 00 a in. Wav Passenger, 10 U4 a m. VsiL 3 SH p m. ja? I.ini", 6 33 p m. Jlifflin, Not 2, 1873. VOCAL IXTEkLlStXCi.. Next Tuesday Vill be election day. fMgVnr a Vcn much indulged !n tiuce the "late "snow-fall. An interesting railroad wieeting was held in the Court House on Friday evening. The Iticheubach mansion farm one-half j mile east of Mexico, hfcs bCen bought by Daui Si.ber fbr $11,000. Twenty-nine hundred dollars' worth of Cor.rt House bonds were bought last week Ijy cHiT.-yi!-. The taking down of the Court rtoase ha ; - i ...i 4 r TT c.;.i. v... -.r Patterson, for $4W. Franklin county is reported as having six Granges of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 February 1874

Ag ri c ultnral . Tea Ccxtcbk nc Georgia. A corre pondeut of the Enrol Kew Yorker says: When the United State Government introduced the Chinese te plant (Thea Hohra) into thi eonntry, and distri buted thea by the aid of its Senators into various sections of the land, my father had fifty plants sent to him. They arrived in good order, growing in Pennine Chinese soil, and were from three to fonr inches high. We pnt them at once in larger pots, with fresh, rich soil around them, bat were very caref ol not to Jistnrb the bull of f-arth which unrronmU-d their roots. During the first summer, they were kept in partial rhade and watered freely whenever nece.sarv. They grew off beautifully, and by the next wiuter were from eigh teen tor twenty-four inches high, and looked very healthy. In the month of of January we planted them out in onr vegetal 4 gnrden, five feet apart each way. They grew remarkably well, not one dym", and stood both the cold of winter, nd the heat of summer as well ns on...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 February 1874

B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THE PSION AXD THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOAVN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., FEBRUARY 18, 1S74. NO. 7. Bill and Joe. T 0I4TKB WI.1DU.L I9UU. Come, dear old comrade, yoa ted I Will steal an hoar from days gone by Tfao shining dart when life was new, -And all wu bright wllh morning df w The lnaty days of long ago. When yon wera Bill ud I was Jo Your BAm nay laant a titlod trail, Proad aa a cockerel's rainbow tall ; And mine aa brief as peadlx wear, Aa Tarn O'shaater'l lackleaa mare ; To-day, old friend, remember .till Tbat 1 am Je and yon are Bill. Tone won the if real world' envied prise, A nd grand yon look fa people's yee. With B 0 S. and L. L. 0., In big brave letters, fair to see Toor t, old fellow ! off they go ! Bow are 70s, Bill ? How are 70m, Joe? Yon'wn worn the J ndge's ermlaed robe ; You've tanght your name to half the globe ; You'we song mankind a deathless strain. Ton' made the dead past lire agaia....

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 February 1874

1u t i r: 1J" SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MFFLINTOWN. Wednesday. Feb'- 1J, 1ST. B. F. SUHWEIEll, EDITO SO rBOPIIETOB. Tbe JIoTetucnt f Women against tbc Liquor Trade In Oblo- Tbe attention of the fchota countrj fs now directed to Ohio, where the sup pression of the liqn.ir tnffio ii being attempted in villapea ri larger towns I w, ...,1 nrillo, rf I - 1 1 1 - rU iiit , , " p!ace9 where liquors are sold, and there ' 1 . bold prajrer meetings. Ihe OBijr two things that men will not argue against ; is poetry and women exceptions are always cousidered. Ic tbe main there has been Do arguments with the ladies of Ohio. The liquor dealers haveetlb- . . '. ... " . of taeir places of tramj for days, until j tke women gave them orer as beyond tbe reach of all Luonan entreaty, or have closed their bars and abandoned j Tiikhe re tew business uieo who be their hariucss. There are several cases j liee that the volume of currency in the noted iu which the women bouplit the ! United Stitos is large en...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 February 1874

Sentinel & republican MIFFLIXIOVN: Tfednesdaj. Feh'y IS. 1ST. PESN'A. E. ILTIHE TABLE. passenger trains !afo Mifflin Station a EASTWARD. rh:s'I,p"' Express, 1 25 a in. Fast Line, 3 2 a m. Hd-mburg Accommo., H a m. Vitl. 6 12 p m. Pacific Express, 10 13 am. Cincinnati Express, 8 60 p m. WESTWARD. r Utlurjr Express, 1 20 a ra. (in!:mati Express, 2 2i m. jViSo, 6 0.1 a m. War Passenger, 1" ' M.tif, 3S p m. I. in, 6 33 p m. Mifflin, Not 2,1973. LOCAL lSTELUGk-SCtL. Centre county has Grange of the 1'atrons of Husbandry. The letter from Fayette relative to tic railroad is too long for insertion thii week. Democrats of Huntingdon county scant to run ex-3enator Fetrilsea for Governor. Ladies are praying tbe liquor busi ness oat of existence in certain coun ties in the State of Indiana. District Attorney McMeen Las bis oiEcee now iu tbe new buiJing erected bv tbe County (oiumi;ioners. Tbe Moyer family at Freeburg, Sny der county, is tbe greatest musical fam ily in central Pennsylvania. L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 February 1874

Agricultural. Tnm.T KrooEsnosa. In the eyerr I dar duties of life the first care of the . 11 1 1 ." T - hnmane man will be lor his animals. which should have warm, well-ventilated conveniently-consUncted stables. The latter will save much time and labor, and as to the former, warmth and proper ventilution are but other names for food and life. The animal not well fed literally lives, in part, on its own fat, and if it should survive the winter, the poor starved creature takes all summer to restore "condition," in the main, then, it may be said, give the animals warmth, good air, a liberal supply of food, and enongh of pure water. After all that has been said and done about the care of animals, the wholesome facts we now ppcak of can not be too forcibly urged. Cut Food is more conveniently fed than that which is not. We have a dog and dog-power by which the hay is cut for quite a number of animals. It is not that chaffing hay, straw, Are., and steaming certain kinds of food, add to i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 February 1874

-"y -- a ' ' tt - - $ illlllll tlii B. F. SCHWEIER, THE COXSTITCTIOS THE CXIOX AXD THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. M IFFLINTOAVN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., FEBRUARY 25, 1S74. NO. 8. www Poetry. Ilrndis Hearts and Hand. BT WEOKUB W. BC56AT Hds that think, and brarta that fsri, Hindu that tan th bnsy whssl. Hake oar life worth Using litre, la thla mimdana hsmltr-hera; Heads to p'an what hands eaa do, Uearta to bar n' brsr'lT through, Thinking bead and tolling fcani Are Blasters of tha land. When a thought becomes a thing. b bit hands maka hasunera ring, CntU bo Dent work baa wrought Into shape tks thinker's thooghl. Which will aid to cllUlie. And make natloaa great and wise. Lifting to a glory height In thia ago of tboaght sad light. Miracles of science show With tbelr l ght the way to go ; Touch a tube of gaa, and light e'loaeomi like the atari of night ; Touch another tabs, and lo ! sUreama of crystal watsra )w; Touch a telegraphic wire. And your tboag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 February 1874

I SENTINEL S REPUBLICAN itFFLlNT0w5i. Tc!neKda), reVy 1474. I. F, SCII WE I Eli, tMMi isu rBoratEToB. ' """ " "lis . . I will r.L Wdrtlf tn i.mirr? kirn th til- I . . . i . .. . ..r l ........I.- 1., , J'll., PTD'C Ol IUS (.HUUII UU ' : isisfo tint fir trnlutti ut the eurrenev ' be increased. Leuislative ai. l 15auk circle t , ew Yir, Jerij City, Omaha, and at Ilarrisburg were agitated last week ly '. MaucLccti-r', Iowa, besides being geo t'le ljx-rt t!:at bauk bad raiwr a e..r- i era!Iy prevalent io Oliia. It is, we rupii.i-i fund to buy the Leji-Iature to tjink, entirely independent of existing repeal the present iiury law. j temperance organixationa. especially Tim Grand Lod-e of Kniclta of ' c Pylbiaof Peuticylvania held its sea ; ,s depenocot on a ret-rence, among sions iu Philadelphia, and passed tbe tIie people, Tor moral and religious io initiatory steps to c grand parade dur- fluc. nd the fact tbat it doe sue i:.g the I 'cntennial Celebration. ! ceeJ, proof that there are r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 February 1874

BEXTIXEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN: ft ednesdajr. Feb'y 23, 1ST4. PESK'A. E. EjJIME TABLE. Passenger train leave Mifflin Station an CASTWABD. phiadelphia Express, 1 25 a m. Fast Line, 3 2'i a m. Ilarnsliurg Accommo., II 2S a in. Vail, 8 12 pa. Pacific Expresa, 1 13 am. Cincinnati Express, 8 W p M. WKSTWttD. Pittsburg Express 1 a in. Ciu'-iunali Express, 2 24 a ru. Pacific, C O.I a lu. Way Passenger, JO 04 a ui. Mi!; S ) p iu. K! Line, 6 31 p iu. Mifflin, Nov 2, 173. LOCAL lXTELLlGhXCh. liiue birds warbled on Saturday. Homingtown Las a debating society. Buy yonr Chairs from W. F. Snyder, in Mffin. lee has been shipped from Perrysville to i Fhiladelphia. j An exiharge says that forty years ago ; mol.tsses colored tea aud coffee. The Bcllefonte Republican says Look Ha ven is the paradise of guzzlers. An Argument Court vras held iu the lec ture room of the Methodist church last Fri day. Cattle market is grncrally dull during the sca-'-n of Lent. We are in that season HOW. The ground ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 February 1874

A.gTicul tnral. Hop Cultubx.' The attention of American agriculturists in some por tions of the country has of late become absorbed in the culture of hops as a marketable commodity, with a degree of success scarcely commensurate to the labor, care and expenditure invested in the undertaking. Hence many hare abandoned the experiment, under the impression that soil and climate are unfavorable in most of the Atlantic States for the successful culture of the plant. This is altogether an erroneous idea, the fault being in the manner of cultivation, and the soil selected for its production. The hop plant is peren nial, and although indigenous to Great Itrit&in and different Dortions of the European continent, it was not until some time during the reign of Henry MIL that the culture of hops was introduced into England from Flanders. All previous attempts to cultivate the plant successfully as a mercantile com modity were failures from the simple fact that it was not properly under stoo...

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

ffiv) lift i) lfi MffiW ill ftlTWD B. F. SCHWEIER, THE COXSTITCTIOX THE C5I0X AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. ' MIFFLIXTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., MARCH 4, 1874. SO. 9. ' i ; " i i i " Poetry J ark Frost. Sd-My e:ek tte eilcket Jack Frost CUM dvwa last nirtt, II- to the earth on a suuteam, keen, and spark llnic ani bright, i-c sju$hl In the fras fvT the crkket- with dellcat icy spear. ;u ,hary and toe at J fatal, and be .tahlied them far and near ; v!y a few sl..at ftlloaa, thawed by the mjrnlnj a an, CLtnup a cwnraful echo . by-fona frolic and fuft But yesterday sncU a rifi'lla cboras ran all over th land. Orr the htiin and the valleya, down to the irrey sea an 4 ; Mi'Iltini of merrv b.tiltr.lsa, skipping; and daneiag in f-e. rtik-l and loeut and grai-boprvr, happy a happy c.'n'd be, sc-..j-;tig rich caves la ripe appli and feeding ta b ..aey and spice, I'ruak with the raeilow siin-tl.ine, o-r dreaming of .pears of ice ; VT.s it nt ea-m;h that...

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

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. . TTetSneiday. March 4. 1974. B. F. SCHWEIElt, IDITO a raopariToa Tbe TrtnMn'i Moiemect-Jio tin Knons How Long- It THH Last. Wiseacre are telling the country that the wcmen's movement against the liquor business will be of an ephemeral oharaetrr ; that in a few months at most it will hare psed awij. Such a de clsralton orjst be taken at its faie value. Ii is a guess. Io a practical sense, if it happens to come true as a preJioion, it will do as well as if thos who made it bad vol limes of precedenu to sustain them in their declarations. As a ue, it maj or may not "bit." There are no precedents from whic'j to start sich dec'aratioos. Tbe history of the past f refnts do movements of a mxilar olisractcr. The books contain do record to console them in their guess-wrk. If the past presented koine precedent, or land mark, from which to reckon a3 to the perseverance the ladies will bnr.g to bear in the movement', ao excuse for the conceited declaratio...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 4 March 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN! OWN: Wednesday. March 4, 1S74. PENK'A. E. E. TIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin follows: EASTWARD Station as rhirleiphi Expreas, Fast Line, lliimsburg Acconiuio., Vail, Pneific Express, Cincinnati Express, WKtrrwAkD. Pittsburg Express, Cincinnati Express, Pacific, ffiv Passenger, Maii, Fas! Line, M.tfiin, Not 2, 1S73. 25 am. 20 a in. a m. 12 p ni. 13 a ni. tO p m. 20 i ra. 23 a m. 00 a m. 04 a ni. 28 pni. 23 y m. LOO.iL lXTELLIGb. XV t, . Ee'lefonte has a colored school. Gardeners are looking up their seeds. Whitewashing and "cleaning ap time" is at band. Jacob Bergy shipped a lot or horses eist last Friday. The county tax for this year is 10 inills, or one per centum. Tort Treverton is about seven miles be low Seiinsgrove, on the Susquehanna John Elks has oj-ened business in the Bedford House, on Bridge street aide. Cornelius Bartley his removed his place ol business to the building he erected on Bridge street. The "JuuWta Reform Counsel,"...

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

2Ticvi tural. Stock fob Maktbs. In the vicinity of large cities it has become prevalent idea that it will not pay to raise cattle. The ease with which they can Le brought from the West by rail, and the comparative low price of wheat in the regular trade way, has operated largely to produce the idea. But experience shows that this is wrong. It is almost impossible at little distance from home to keep np the fertility of the soil without manure, and without mannre the farm soon runs down, aud then farming rapidly becomes a "poor trade." The only way to keep up this fertility iu these cases is by keeping a fair amount of stock to eat np waste and make mannre to enrich the soiL Even though the stock brings little more than their firot cost, with labor and food added, still in the in creased fertilizing material will good profits be found. We have a young friend who pur chased a farm about twenty miles from Philadelphia some three years ago. He saw few cows on neighboring farms ; butfUrt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 March 1874

Iff ' 0 IK III I - - - B. F. SCHWEIER, " " " THE COXSTITCTIOS-THE U5I0X-AXD THE ENFORCEMENT OF TnE LAWS Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIIL MIFFLIXTWN, JUXI ATA COUNTY, PEXNA., MARCH 111874. NO. 10. Poetry. Acne. BT AEaAAET J. raESTO. Sarely there heapa A dimmer thine Over the sky tbAa A month Ago; - And it eeetnt tome thte eonhIu2 pine rise tears la iu vo;c4 It is sobbing to ! Trader A lone'y robia weavee WawlA heart-breaks iaUi hi plaiullre a eel; " Aae esse the scarlet la ie leaves FaII with a sigh abont at feet ; And tbe Indian sninm-r bale droop win, j4y.'jj fosrc.' . II. T'.cr la tb reason : Oat of the eke, Parpled and paled with dream y ml -t, 6 takaa froai breeiy wafta tint Ua Calmed 1a tkelr Ula of amethyrt OargllAg from every bird that croona. Hoard la tba leaf-fall, beard la tr-e rata. Under tbe a ghte aad ander tba moone. Ever tbara aoaada tbe aad refrain, TitrobMng aad ebbing over aad on, Ajnex ha' yoie . Ill Ah, for tba ?e( who bear to mlsa Oat of their Uvea thla Ufa bo...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 March 1874

-- SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFUNTOWN. ndBaay. March If, B. F. SOH Vf E I E 11, ti)ii AND I'IOPRETOk. A EotoftfsT who recently passed over the desert cf Sahara, declares it to be the dried up basin of a sea. The Lower House of the Legisla turc has rassed a resolution for the prosecution of the banks that contrrb- uted money to bribe the Legislature to repeal the uury law. Tiik Mayor of Philadelphia .ned a uL Af.er the expiration of the pe proclu..t:on last S.tu.day to fJS effect T,od cf ten Tear' ,ue general law. of that the liquor-.ell.ng places be clowd ,he Eu'Plre' in "ference to the relin. on Sunday, and that tLey sell no licfuor on that day. The police were esjoined to see that the order be enforceJ. The Legislative investigation on the scheme of LHniiuick and Kreiter to raise a fund from the banks of the Commonwealth to be used iu the repeal of the present usury law, has resulted in implicating no other member of the lcislature than Dimmick. Diuiuiick Las been one of the lou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 March 1874

SENTINEL & llLi't i'ijLAA MlFFLIXlUWN: Wednesday- March 11, 1ST4. PENN'A. R. RETIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Station a follows: EASTWARD; Phiadelphia Express, 1 25 a m. Fast Liue, 3 20 a ni. Harrisbnrg Acconimo,, II UK a m. Mail, C 12 p in. Pacific Express, 10 13 a m. Cincinnati Express 8 i0 p in. WKST'wXab. Pittsburg Express, 1 20 a ni. Cincinnati Express, 2 2'! a m. Pacilic, C 0.1 a in. Way Passenger, 10 04 a ni. Mail, 3 -H p nj. l'ti" Line, 6 M i m. Mifflin, Nov 2, 1873. LOCAL ISTELLIGLXCE. Sleighing was good in Chester connty last week. Live stock of ail kinds sells high at sales this spring. It is reported thit Duncannon, Perry county, lias a 19 lb. baby. The time to buy roerty is before the new railroad has been built. Don't wear leaky shoes this bad weather, when yon can buy leakiest ones at Xeal Hartley's. The Commissioners will sell the lumber tif the old Court House at public sale on the ltilh inst. It costs just $10 a fish to catch trout be fore the first...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 March 1874

Agricultural. SupzusTrnox axoxo Farmers. It would seem that if any man should hire correct understanding of the workings of nature and be able to read all her varied handwriting, that man should be the farmer, 'hose occupation leads him to constant intercourse and com munion with her at all seasons of the year. And this is true when he goes out free front prejudice and with an intelligent pnrjse to road and under stand hfr teachings. But, unfortun ately, such cases are comparatively so rare as to give countenance to the charge that farmers, as a class, are an ignorant and superstitions set cf people. A large proportion of farmers believe that the moon rnlos and controls this lower world. They worship it as a kind of deity that pt-rvades over the vegetable world. They labor under the impres sion that themoon is constantly "chang ing," and producing corresponding changes in the vegetable and animal kingdoms. They not only hold these notions theoretically but they are influ enced by th...

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