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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 29 March 1871

RATES 6? ADVERTISING. ' All advertising for cn than three mowfks) for one square of nine lines or less, will be charged one insertion, 75 cents, three $1,60.' and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Administrator's. Eieeutor's and Auditor's Sot ices, $2,00. Professional and Business Cards, not exceeding one square, and inclu ding eopy of paper, $8,00 per year. Notice in reading columns, ten cents per line. ' Mer chants advertising by they ear at special rate. 3 anthf 6 month. 1 prar. One square.... $ S.50 $ 5.0f S'8.00 Two squares 5.00 8.00 11.00 Three squares. .f-0 n W l .ftt One-fourth col'n. 10 00 17.00 2i,Ort Half column 18.00 25.' 0 4i.( One column 80.00 ' . 4o.fW) 80.00 ESTABLISHED IH 1848. Pbhuhib Evtnr Wkdibat Momko. Bndf e Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' H1L MIFFLINTOWN. PA. ' Tbi Jitiiiata SaXTiait, ia published every Wednesday morning at $1,50 a year, in ad twee; or $2,00 in all cases if not paid B. F. SCrWEIEK, promptly in advance. ..ho subscriptions die TBI COSaTl...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 29 March 1871

luntata Sentinrfi M I P F L I N T O W N Wednesday Sornlnfr, March 29, 1SJ1. 13. F. SCIIWEIER, IDITOR 4 PROPRIETOR. CEO. P. ROVVELL ICO, 40 Park Row, New York AND S. M. PETTENGILL i CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our sole spents In that city, una are au thorized to contract for advertising at our lewest rates. Advertisers in that city are i e- quested to 1t their favors with either of tit above house. Postponement of the Xext State Conven (ion. The time for tlie meeting of ths next Stale Convention ha been postponed un til VeJueH(lay. the 17tlj of Maj next. Mablon U. Dickinson. Esq.. of Phila delphia, liao hren appointed chairman of the State Central Committee, in place of the Hon. John ( ovode, deceased. "Let l" Hare Peace." The threatening clouds that hung over the leader of the Kepuhlican party as eemhled in Congress at Washington are scattering, and the proepects of the party, and the cotiutry, m a consequence, are better. It would be an unfortunate turn of affaire if the Hepublh au...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 29 March 1871

MA 1 . A . L mw I TEDNESDAl MORNING, MAR. 29. 1871. pENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND r after Sunday, Dec. 4, 1870, P., Train Will leave Mifflin Station a. folia.' 1 ; ' EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express. Fast Liue 12,50 A. M Harr.sb'K Accomtuoda'o 10,45 A. 51. ii au irain Cincinnati Express...... WESTWARD Cincinnati Express Pacific Express Mail Train 6,46 P. 51. M. 8,45 P. 1,57, A. . 3,46 A. - 3,27, P. 10,25 A. . 6 20 A. M. M. 51 M. M. 51. Ag't Way I assenger ritteburs Express Adams hixpress... . 3,26 A. JAMES NORTH, JCSI1T1 EmiriEST," U. 19, I. O O r. meets on Ihe first and third Tuesdays r each month, in the Odd Fellowa' HalL Thompioatown, Juniata Co.. fa. WM. J. L'ENNIS, C. P. W. C. Loo is, ScriU. TO W X ASD COUNTRV. He a no matter on every page. Sklixsgrovk has a theatrical troupe. Goxk. The snow that fell on Sunday night. Spoilfd. The nice roads were spoiled liy the 1 .itr) t!!OW. Rk tD our agricultural column ou the tfmrth 'age. FisjnxG. Pishing for euckers is in "vogue just nuw. Pi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 29 March 1871

T i -A Farm, Garden and HoMoli T Clw Busty Plow. Take a quart of water and pour slowly into it a balf a pint of sulphuric acid (The mixture will become quite warm from chemical action, and this is the rea- 8'u why the acid should be poured slowly into tlie water rather than the water into the acid.) Wash the mould-board (or any oilier iron that is rusty) with this weak arid, mid let it remain on the iron until it evaporates. Then wash it aeiin. The 1 ji ct is to give time for the acid tu dis- F(.lve the rust. Then wash with the waier and you will see where the worst rusty spots are. Apply some more acid end rub these spots with a brick. The acid Mid tiie scouring will remove all the ruf t, theu rub it dry. Brush it over with petroleum or other oil, and let it be until fpritig. When you go to plowing take a Lottie of acid-water to the field and ap ply it every hour to any spot of rust that may remain. The acid and the scouring of tie earth will soon make it perfectly bright smooth. I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 5 April 1871

Hi Si ' RATES OP ABYERTISIX9-, ,. ATI advertising for lest than three months for one square of nine liues or lean, wi" be eharged one insertion, 75 cents, three $1.50, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Administrator's, Executor t and Auditor's Notices, $2,00. Professional and Business Cards, not exceeding one square, and inclu ding copy of paper, $8,00 pery ear. Setieea in reading columns, ten cents per line. Ker ehanta advertising by tbeyear at speeial rates. 1 s-oitb- ti samW. 1 TYir. One square.. $ 8.50 $ 6.00 S ftOtf Two squares-. S.ntf .( lf.00 Three squares.-. 6.0O' . 1.V M.M One-fourth coi n. lU.m ZZ.tiJ Half tolutnn 1.0t 25.' 0 4iUa One column 30.(10 45.-J0 SO.OO ESTABLISHED IN 1848. PCFLISHBD EVSRT TlDIIIDlI MoHtHO, Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall, MIFFLINT0W5, PA. (5 I !f is I. 5 Th Juriata Scxtiibi ii published every "Wednesday morning at $1,60 a year, ia ad. vance ; or $2,00 in all eases if not paid promptly in advanee. No subscriptions dis contin...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 5 April 1871

Juniata entiitd. M I F F L I N T O W X Wednesday Morning, April 5, 1S71. E. F. SCII WEIEIi, EDITOR k J'ROPrilF.TOftV wjasraa a - ------ CEO. P. R0WELL& CO, 40 Park Row, New York S. M. PETTENGILL i CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, . , . Are our tele agents in thai city, and are au- therized to contract for advertising at our l.west rates. Advertisers in that city are ie- auekted to leave tlinir favors with either or ib, above houses, L Postponement of the Next State Confen- The time for the meeting ot th next tate Convntion bus been poslponed un til Wednesilay. the 17th ot May next.. Mahlon II. Dickinson. Kq.. of Thila - cMj bia, has been Appointed chairman of the State Central O'lninitrea. in place f the Hon John . ov.de. deceased Santo Domingo. The speech of Senator S Mimner on . Santo DomiiiF.0 is too long for our col nmns. We do not even attempt a reu lar synopnn of it, but but fly state that . J? 1 the Senator argues, to establish himself, .,.,,? ... , in his declarations, that 111 t...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 5 April 1871

4 a 1 S Vt I ft 7. t Jtrahtli "$tntia:I. TEDNtSDAl MORNING, APRIL 5. 187. SOS PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AXD after Sunday, Dm. 4, 1870, Passenger Trains will leave Mifflin Scaiion as folia : EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express.. 12,50 A. M Fast Line 3,34 A. M. HarriibV AccomniodVo 10,4. A. M. Bail Train 6,46 P. M. Cincinnati Express.... 8,45 P. M; WESTWARD. Cincinnati Express.:...'.. 1,57, A: M. . Pacific Express .'.'.46 A. M. Mail Train 3.27. P. M Way Passenger 10,25 A. M. Pittbnr Express 6 20 A M. Adams' Express.. 3.26 A.' M. JAMES NORTH,'AK't JU5I1T1 EKIHPJIEST,'' So. 19, I. O. O F. meets on tlit) tiist and third Tuesdavs f each month, in the Odd Fellows' Hall, Thompsoulown, Juniata Co.. IV - WM. J. LENNIS, C. P. W. C. Loos, Scribe. TOWN AMI COUNTRY.' m e o - Going Up. StimeKug's Louse. The water is being let into the canaTJ The subscription list of the Skxtixel i increasing. fMvERS Titorp, lias moved iuto his new house, on Cross street. Vork within the burned district is moving along;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 5 April 1871

FARMER'S COL UMN. LASPASS 15 HOUSES. - , When a hone, especiall j a young one, from (wo to fiva jean old, does not eat well fnongh, tlie groom, quite natural Ij, look into his month. The firct thine; lie finds is the ridges or bars in the roof of bis mouth on a level with the edge of tlie teeth, or in some cases even slightly prjtciiug over the same. Forgetting lliai in every young horse these bars are tm a b-vel with the edge of the teeth, or, what is more probable, never having ex amined the moulli of the colt before, the grncm doubts not but that be bag found out I y be does not clean the manger lie is ronvinced that the swelling of these bars tue so-called "lamtiasa " or "lamp ers" very earnestly treated in almost every book in the English lauguage on "the horse or his diseases" causes the Iocs of the appetite. The groom knows that lampass has bfen coueidered, from time immemorial, an obstacle to eating ; therefore must be cured immediattly, and so be either takes his pocket kni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 12 April 1871

V 1 ' 1 4 ' i HI ESTABLISHED IX 1848. rcrUIBID EVIRT WcDMSDAT MoBICIRO, Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall, MIFFHINTOWN. PA. Ts Jcxiata Smtisil is published every Wednesday morning at $1,60 a year, in ad vanca ; or $2,00 in all cases if not paid promptly in advance. No tubsoriptions dis continued until all arrearages are paid, unless at tLe option of the publisher. business (Garbs. jQOUIS E. ATKINSON, .' Attorney at Law, MIFFLISTOWX, PA. Celltcting and Conveyancing promptly attended to Office, second story of Court House, above Prothonotary's office. IOBERI' McMEEN. ATTORNEY AT LA JF, MIFFLISTOWN. PA. Office on Bridge street, is the room formerly occupied by Eira D. Parrer, Esq. jLEX. 1L. McCLUREi ATTORNEY AT LAW, 144 SOUTH SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. octC7 tf B. LOL'bt.N, MIFFLINTOWN, PA., Offers his services to the citiiens of Juni ata county as Auctioneer and Vendue Crier. Charges, from two to ten dollars. Satisfac tion vrarraaled nov3-6m. LHt. P. C. RUXDIO, . PATTEKSO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 12 April 1871

Juniata Sentinel. M I F F L I ! T O W N Wednesday Horning, April 12, 1871. The Coal Trouble. The Senate Judiciary Committee on the Coal Trouble reported on the 5tb inat. There were, it aaya. but two legal questions to consider, "First, Had the railroads violated their charters by bigh rates T Second, Had the action of these companies amounted to an abuse of their chartered privileges 1" In answer to tLe first the committee assert that the Reading, Lehigh Valley, Delaware. Lackawanna and Western, and Lehigh Coal and Navigation Compa nies have all kept withiu the legal rates authorized by the general law of 1S4S The Lackawanna and Bloornsbnrg Com pany, however, lias exceeded its legal tariff. In ans.ver to the second the com mittee say the proper method of ascer taining whether the companies had mis used their chartered privileges was by a quo warranto of the law officers of the btate. This is necessary before the Legisla ture can act. and no inqniry iutn the sub- REAMS WATTRH ITI EVE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 12 April 1871

CS;e janiata Btntkti WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 12. J871. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD ON AND after Sunday, Dec. 4, 1870, Passenger Trains will leave MifUin Station as follow: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express.. 12,50 A. M Fast Line 3,34 A. M. Harriob' Accommodn'o lQ,iH A. M. Mail Traiu 6,46 P. M. Cincinnati Empress 8,45 P. M. WESTWARD. Cincinnati Express. 1,57, A. M. Pacific Kxprts 3,46 A. M. Mail Train 3,27, P. M Way Passenger 10.25 A. M. Pittebtmr Kxpress 6,20 A. M. Adnt1 Express 3,26 A. M. JAMES NORTH, Ag't orsrtm EiciarsEXT," i. 19, r. o. O F. meets iu lht tirsl and IhiroVl'uesdays f each s:oth, in the Odd Pellowa' Hall, Th psoutoa n, Juniata Co., Pa. WM. J. DENNIS. CP. W. C. Loix. Scriie. TOVi AU CUl'MUY. Cue trout fishing ee3ju has opened. "Wilson's riilge, bolnw Patterson, was co fire a f.w days af. White-Leaded bumbleb -es, linen coata 'And straw Lata made their appearance last Friday and Saturday. The thermotnt-ter on Saturday stood at 34 in New York, at Albany 100, at SpriugfielJ, Ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 12 April 1871

ms Vt::: WW. Ami are j.ami ft? BOW IT FEELS TO BR STRUCK BT LIUHTM.NU. George Mi'ls writes as follotrg to tbe Clicago Tribune : '' Oo tlie evening of the 10th day of ' Joly, 1870 "I was struck by lightning under the fo'lowiiig circumstances : I am a fa mi r, and had gone to the pasture, . ihree-fonrth nf a mile from the house, on ' borteback, to drive home the cow. A ' heavy shower bad just fallen, accompa- . nif-d by much lightning and loud thunder. and a little rain was failing1, we would say it way "sprinkling." While riding through the field I discovered a small elniier of cockle-burrs, a noxious weed that it.fcsts many farms in .hia section of the country. The cuttle were feeding Dear me. I dismounted and held the horse with one hand, and proceeded to pull np the burs with the other. While stooping to pull the last oue, my hand grast ed close to the root, the horse stand ing with his head pirtly over my stoop ing I ody. a flash of lightning struck the borer, entering hi head in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 19 April 1871

1 KATE3 OP ADVERTISING.' , All advertiin( for less than three-months forona sqowe of aine liaes or lea. wilf ba charged one insertion, 75 cents, threa $1,66, ' and b eents for each subsequent inserfto. -Administrator's. Executor' and Auditor'! Notices, $iOO. Professionnl and Jiufinextf Cards, not eweedioe on square, and inclu ding copy of paper, $8,00 per yeaA-' Notices" in reading columns, ta leal per liaa. - biet chants advertising by the year at spesial rate. J onthr 8 month.- 1 sear. SHED 13 rvLIn EVEKY WtM.UUT MoMUo, Bndg Street, opposite h' Odd Fellows' lln ' " MIFFLISTOWN.'PA.' : .". ' .:r,-'-- ::!T Tbe Jujuat Sehtiiibl is published every Wednesday morning; at $1,50 a year, ia ad. vance; or $2,00 Jn'all. easts if aot paid B. F. SCHtfEIER, ' One square $ 3. SO $ 5.00 8.W promptly in aavance.. lyo subscriptions dis continued until all arrearages are paid, unless ' THE COSST1TOTIOB TBI tIO A TBE lWfoaClIT OF THB taws.) EDITOR A5D PROPRIETOR. T squares S.OOf 8.IH) . Jl.0t Tbre sq...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 19 April 1871

Juniata Sentinel MIFFLINTOWN Wednesday Morning, April 19, 1871. F. SCHWEIER, EDITOR k PROPRIETOR. GEO. P. ROWELL & CO, 40 Park Row, New York AMD S. V,. PETTENGILL 4 CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our jojr agents in that city, and are au tboriied to contract for advertising at our lawest rates. Advertiser in that city are le- nested to leave their favors with either of tbe above houses. iM5MATTB 05 EVERY PAGE, Meeting of County Committee. Tte Republican S landing Committe of Juniata enmity will-mmt at. Will' Hotel, in Mifflintown. on SATURDAY, APRIL 22. 1S71, atl o'clock P. M, fur tlie purpose of electing a Chairman in place of I. M. Sharon, Esq., who fcar removed to the West, and for the transaction of other important business. A full attendance is requested. J. V. WHAKTOX. fSee'jf. IVrrysTille, April 10, 1STI. In Harmbura- Patriot and Amnesty - Yt Hat Ferucj'a Press thinks of Am - ,,eh,J Tbe HarrisburgPrtV is. good news - paper. it is extensively reau, iuu, e I ' Democratic paper,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 19 April 1871

t Juniata entiittl. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 19. 1871. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND after Sunday, Dec. 4. 1870, Puinn, Trains will leave Mifflin Station as follows: IA8TWARD. Philadelphia Express.. 12,50 A. M Fast Line 3.34 A. Mi lUrrifb'K Accowmoda'n 10,45 A. M. Mail Train 6,46 P. M. Cincinnati Express 8,45 P. M. WESTWARD. Cincinnati Express 1,57, A. M. Pacific Express 3,45 A. m! Mail Train 3,27, P. M Way Passenger 10.25 A. M. rittsbnrir i-xpress "6,20 A. M. Adams' Express 3,26 A. M. JAMES NORTH, Ag't JCXI1T1 EmSFBEST," I. 19, 1, o. O F. meets un me brut and third Tuesday, fcitcb month, in tbe. Odd Fellow.' Hall, Thoiupsoutown, Juniata Co.. Pa. I'M. J. DENNIS, CP. W. O. Log 5, Serihe. TOrtS AND COU.1TRV. Court conveuea oa Monday next. ! TRAVBBRiuiiS are selling at 75 centa a quart ia New YotiCj LtCTl'RB in tlie Court House next Tuesday eveuing. . Subject "Honor." ' Great piles of both old and new brick line Main stret in South Mifflin. M5ale. A sale ot jackasses took place on Satu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 19 April 1871

7. i it i j I) I 7 11 4 , MnMMMMnLMnrtMMMWl.MnnMnW It .itlT.- Mf ZTTlZi IMJ itfJ. t' 4 l-i- i .-i.r-- Rii." Garten aiii Eonsenfili WHO MAHETIIC BEST FAB.UEE.S. ' Mr. Pcecher eava : "A niit wfc C not smart enough to ran a store id not fnart enough to run a fnrm. Farmer are not to be made oat of what is left af ter J-ivnera, doctors, ministers, and -nier- rliHiiU are sorted and picked out. And, if i ii an fail on a good farm it is not likely that Le will succeed iu a store; for it requires more talent to lie a thriv ing famer than to be an averaged mer chant The one cause of greatest fail ure is the disproportion between a man's farm and hit capital. A farmer's capi tal is liii1 fkilled labor and tii money. If be has a little ca.-h, be must have no more land than he can thoroughly well niauige by hisowu personal labor Krery actn rxyond lint 2 i Hii'ineum branre." One ace well woiked is more profitable than twenty acres skimmed over. ' It is thw greed of land by farm ers that Lave not,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 26 April 1871

mm r ( ESTABLISHED IN IM6, Tt-BMSHrt) EtPUT WtBKFSDAT MoRSISO, bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall, MIFFLINTOWS, TA. Thk Junmta SitxTixit is published every Wednesday mornine- at ?! ,60 a year, in 2- Vance: or z,uu iu all eases, if nut paid promptly in s.Wincr. No ubcTtptions dis .ontinued until ali arrearages are paid, unless at .be option of t!ie publisher. Jisiness Cnrbs. TOUIS B. ATKINSON, Atioraoy at Inv, MIFFLLNTOWN. P.. jgrColli o: iag md .'..nveyaiieiiig prompili ; attended to Office, second story of Court House, above ' Piutlionotary 'i office. DOBES1 M MEF.N. ATTOM&F AT LA ll MfFFUXTOWX. PA. Offi.. an RrldafS street, in the room former! tccupiel hy Exra 1). Pai I er, E.-q. A Ll'X. K UcCLCRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 14 4 8'M' T H SIX T !! 8 T 1; F. I T . PHtLatMtl Fill A. oci.; f 8. B. LOUDEN, MIFFLi STOWS, IA. Offers f xYlcei to t!r citito of Juni atn -Mintjr us A n"i meeT )J Vt'ti-Jiif Crier riirfeH. froaitwo to ten dollars. ai'Mac tiuu 'rra!itti hovo-'jui. DSL P. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 26 April 1871

Juniata ntmd. M I F F L I N T o W N Weaneaday Xornltifr, April 26, 1871. B. F. SCIIWEIER, F.DITOR PROPRIETOR. GEO. P. ROWELL 4 CO, 40 Park Row, New York S. M. PETTENGiLL 4 CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are o'tr tvlt agents in (bat city, and are nu thorixtd to contract for advertising at our lewesi rates. Advertisers in that city are le juented to leive their favors-with cither of the above houses. RE1DIN3 MATIER ON E7ERT PAGE. I'vitpoueiueut or the Next Mate Conven t!in. The time for tlie meeting of Uis nut Ft'.'e Convention das been postponed un til Wednesday, the ITtli of May next. Mahlon H. Dickinson. Esq.. of Phila delphia, has been Appointed chairman of ti e State Central Committee, in place of the Hon John Civile, deceased Acknowledgments. Te have received from Hon. Simon Caniemn "Congressional Directory," by Bn. Perley I'oore, and "Report of Agri cultural department." From Hon. John Scott, pamphlet copy of his speech in the United States Senate on the Sherman resolution. From Hun. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 26 April 1871

fyt Janiali tntmt.. WEDNEPDA. MoRNlxo, APRIL 26. 18T1. PENXSTLVASIA RAILROAD. ON AXD after Sunday, Pec. 4, 1870. Passenger Trains will leave MitSin Station at follow i: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express.. 12,50 A. M Fast baa 8.34 A. M. Harriub'jr Accouituoda'n 10,45 A. M. Ma;i Train 6,46 P. M. Cinoiuoati Express 8,4;') P. M. WESTWARD. Cincinnati Express 1,57, A. M. Pacific Express a, 46 A. ML Mail TrHin K.27. P. M Way Passenger 10,25 A. M. Pittshtirir Kxpress 6 20 A. M. Adams' Express 3,26 A. M JAMES NORTH. Agt MJBmtfl KWilPBEST," So. I, I. O. 0 F. meets .,n I lie tiisl ami third Tuesdays ihim Tuesdays I af each -iionth, in the Odd Fellows' H.'ll i'honipsent'jwn. Juniata fo.. Pa. Wat. J. DENNIS, W (J, LaSS. $r,he C. P. IO.N A. Mil COI.MKV. THE frame of Capt McClelIan'shoue wop 1 Thb tteafaaoa at court this week is Lint LttfMt , RtFOm Of heavy frosts in all parts ! -of ihe c untry a.e current.' , , roit Spring .-bawls splendid patterns go tc aunaa -x alters. J. Kikk has put up a new awn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 26 April 1871

. . FarmrCarflsn asfl EoMoll V! . ! 'HOLLOW HOBS. 4 v. 4. If tlie boms of the animals are cold la the "morning, you may expect they "bave tlie horn a!l If tlie eyes look dull jipd heavy,: and matter gathers in the eye, and the nose is dry and doe no sweat, it ia another evidence of horn ail. If the hair ia dry and stands nut straight and the diorinipE.s are dry and hard, it is . a third indication. mi i if it im a common ii?acuj nair iu:i oi , good strong vineg.tr, put iu a tablespoon - ...... i j i. . ful -ach of tine silt and black pep - per, cround Sue. and let it soak. Iu the r b. . ,. , , . , morning put a tablespooidul III aeh ear of the animal niT-ctcd ; the next morn- ii -e i lno-reneat t. he !ose. if the cane i not a bad one, two applications will goa-rally effect a cure. As f.oii ua the natural warmth returns to the hirnri, then t!i? . cure is tffi ct d. I would rec'immend tmt to liore th" Lorua nor ci:t tliem off till tiie abi.vf reni'!v !:a I.'-etl tried. In nplviiisj t!...

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