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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 3 May 1871

A i 14 i 2tu gaiati wtiad. ESTABLISHED IS 186. Prtiiit F-reicT WinntsDAT Momino. Bridge Streat, opposite the Odd Fellow' Hall, MIFFLIXTOWK, PA. t The Jcmata SrxTixEL It published every Wednesday morning at $1.00 a jeer, in ad vance ; or $2.00 in all canes if not paid promptly in advance. No subscriptions dis continued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. guskss iXarbs. JOUIS E. ATKINSON. Attorney at Law, : - WIFFLTOWX. PA. JJrColUcting aud Conveyancing promptly attended to. Office, eeeond story of Court House, above Protuonotary a office. ROBERT McMEEN. ATTOIKEY AT LAW, M1FFLIXTOWN, PA. Office on Bridge street, ia the room formerly occupied by Eira D. Parker, Esq. LLX. t McCLUKE. ATTORNEY AT LAW, HI SOUTH SIXTH STREET, rillL.MlKI PIMA. wvr, tf g 11. Lol'UEX, MIFFLIXTOWX, PA., Offers bis services to the citizens of Juni ata county a Auctioneer snd Yeudue Crier Charges, from two to ten dollars. Satisfac tion warranted nov3-'iin. DR. P. C. RUXD10, PATTE...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 3 May 1871

3H i . ijf i 'v. M I Vf L I P TO w N V cdnesdaj Jlontiuir, May 3, 1S71. B. K. SOU WEIER, !H tok t KOMUBTOk. l r'. POWELL ' CO. 40 Pa Row, New York U LU S. M. PLTTENGILL 4 CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y. bj J" t!,i, C"'uf,r,! (.h ikiinvM.vm ? beusive eection 1 1 guarantees was IB are cor ..U fnw in .I,.t eitj, d are u- dcd f, m tl-oi".l U contract fo: adverlimn;; t OUT . ' , . . .. . . tawastrslea. AJorr.-r- iutl,l city reie- obligation as-umed by the lulled queried to ev their favors ith either of States under it ha but one expressed Bnov houses REABINj gffiffl ON EVERY PA5E. The Joitlt lib-h 'nimiisMOli. The work of this Cotamiraioo-t ended. Tie pn agreed upon by the '"ramisioii rtho settleenl of the following rp-s. tirim, will most likely be snhmited f"r ratificatioa or rejection to the extra ees- p,ete def,,nSf. to Uie Sutes was prouiis Ptnii ifth United tSbttes Senate, 1 oj ana, intcaaod tlmfhhj. anf that an M me. t '1 he piau has not. been made known to th public : F rsl i he Alabama, ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 3 May 1871

fyt JaaiaiJt.tnlmrL WED.NESDAl MORNING, MAT 3. J 871. PENNSYLVANIA R.ULROAT).ON AND I after Sunday, Dec. 4. 1870, Passenger Trami will lun M;ni s... EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express.. 12.RH A. M Fast Line 3,34 A. M. Harr.sb'jr Accomiuoda'n 10,4."; A. M. Mail Train 6,46 P. M. Cincinnati Expresn 8,45 P. M. Cincinnati Express. 1,57, A. M. Pacific Express 3,46 A. M. V"'l r'n .. 8.27, P. jf Way Paasenper :. 10.25 A. M. Pittshurir Express 6,20 A. M. Adams' Express 3,26 A. M. JAMES NORTH, Ag't "JUIlTi ESCiBPlIETT.M T. so. r O F. meets u the first aud third 1 uesdavs of each month, in the Odd Fellows" MM ThompsoniowB. Juniata Co" P. W.M. J. DENNIS, C. P. W. C. Upas. Sent,. "TOrtSAS U VSVn v7 -. J. Lyous has moved iuto Lis new of- nee . J. M. P. Your favor -i:l n.r week- I'leaswt Click The click of the stone-cutter's chisel. Cobs plaxtixg engages the attention uf our farmers at present. Everybody and everything has been refreshed by the late rain. Attend the sale of the Stambaugh property on t...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 3 May 1871

1 MILD CRIMIXAL-A EEMARKABLE CAREER. At Toledo, Ohio, a few days eitice, TV. A. Bucl lin, alia Charles Laville, allot Ch.irle Ililderbrand, and also known by nt Lit i ames, was arrested for forging a ra lroiir: pass. He gives quite a remar - kaMe iceouut of himself, and according to Lis statement Las been an e ted seven-ty-tiine times, been in twelve different J-'tates' prisons, and over forty station li..u-es and other places. He has also Wu sentenced to terma of imprisonment aggregating City-eight years, but bag j PAXCV UOUDS manned to crowd bis whole service in j prist! n between b;S (ourteenih and thirty- j Also a large and carefully selected asiort .... , ,. e ment of Fancy Hoods, of all classes, kinds and Biity year. He claims to be a native ot i(i(,s u Jf which wiu olJ ,t tlie low. Draihurn, Wayne cuunty. Mich, and says that when twelve years old he join- fd a circus company and went to Luiope. In London be tipped the till of a linen rlratur. and escaped transportation in j i...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 10 May 1871

Tbc Juniata rntinrt. ESTABLISH ! IX 1MB. PvLIiBEI ErtUT WeDKIBDAT MoaSISO. fridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Uall, MIFFLINTOWX. PA. The Jimata Ssntixil is puhlisbed'every We Ineeday morning at ?1,50 a year, in ad vance ; or $2,00 in all cases if not paid promptly in advance. Xo subscriptions dis continued until all arrearages are paid, tanlees t the option nf the publisher. gustntss Carbs. JOUIS K. ATKIXSOX, Attorney txt Jav, MIFFLIXTOtVN, PA. fay-Collecting and Conveyancing promptly attended to. . , t Oftire. second story of Court House, above Protiionotary's oilice. J0!5ERT Mc.MEEN, ATTOBXEY. AT LA ) II FFLIXTOWX, PA.' ' ' , ' " Office on P.ridjre street, in the, room formerly occupied by Era D. Parrer, Esq. JJLKX. K. McCLURE ATTORNEY AT LAW, 144 SOUTH SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Oft27-tf g B. LOUDEN, MI FFLIXTOWX, PA., Offers his services to tlie citizens of Juni ata county as Auctioneer and Vendue Crier. Charges, from two to ten dollars. Satisfac tion warranted fnov3-0iu....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 10 May 1871

Juniata: Jwnthtd. . .., .. - rrr. pence nnd cbeerful obedience to law may prevail tbrougbt tbe land, and that all traces of our late uubappy civil strife may bs ppeedily removed." Head tbe proclamation carefully. Here it. is : Proclamation by tbe President of the Un tvd States of Awi-rica. ri.o ,s ('..i.i.rr-!. fntiili'd "An act ! to enforce tbe provisinua of tbe four- ti-eul'.i amendment to tbe Constitution ot i tbe United States. and for oiber pur poses," approved April 20th 1S71, being i a law of extraordinary public importance. ! I consider it my duty to issue tins procla ! mutioii calling llie attention ot the peo ple cf the United States thereto, enjoin ing upon all good citizens, and especially upon all the piiblic officers to be zeilous iu tbe enforcement thereof, and warning GEO.P.ROmLiCOOParkRow.NewYork1--! 1'" ' "tu t'mra.1com1mi!1,.,".g Au i any of tbe acts thereby prohibited, llus S.M.PETTENGILL4CO.,37ParkRow,N.Y1!l'0j;,;"'gr9 n,lis u P"8 ... . ! the United Matee, nnd w...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 10 May 1871

tyt Juniata Sriithr.1. WEDNESDAl MORNING, MAY 10. 1871. 3J PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AXD J fter.S-'nJy, Dee. 4. 1870, Passenger Train wul lc,e Mitllin Station as follows: EASTWARD. I'hiladnlplia 'di.resa. Fast Line 12.50 A. M 3.31 A :.t lIsrr:sV;r Acnomuioda'n 10,45 A. M. JIail Train. 6,46 I. M. Ciucinuati Express WF.SVWARD Cjncinuati Ex..tCj. Pacific Express Mail Train Way 1'nsstiiger 1'itteburj Kx;re5s 8,45 P. M. 1,57, A. M. . :U6 A. 3,27. P M 10,25 A.'M. 6 20 A. M. Adding Express . 3,26 A. M. JAMES NORTH. Ag't "jrum EsriapjiEiT," i. 19, r. o. O F. meets on tile first mid third Tuesdays n( each month, in the Odd Fellows' T1..1I IW8 1 nooipsoiiiown, Juniata Co Pa. J. 1ENXIS, c. r. W. C. Louis, Scribe. TON AND CtHXTKY. C01.O aud Frosty Tuesday morning. Scarce Loaler ia .Vifilin. Nearly everybody hits something to do doj Cnt:RRlfS on the cherry trees along Cherry Street, itre as large as peas. . Tuk river "sw elled" on last Sabbath It is not the only thing tLat sometimes swells. , j ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 10 May 1871

SOUTH AMERICA. treat Earthquake in Chill. . . Kew York, May 2. The following is from the special cor respondence of the New York - ILrald : ' -Valparaiso, April 3. On the 5i.h ulu Chili was visited hy the most severe chock of earthquake experienced since j 1851. That day being a church holiday, ; the people were Ltisily engaged in their j devotions, when at eleven A M , without the usual iir'-ra miiory rumbling. the eartbri'mke burst, upon them. For more ' than a minute the walls ::nd roofs of the . ti.urt I es and houses swayi-d fearfully, ; eratl iiig ati'i oji"iiitij in many places. I Windows ere broken. Bells, moved by j tac si nek, rann' violently, arid the shrieks I and ciies of the terrified mullitudii added even more horror to the scene j In a. moment the. streets and the puhlic quares were full of pi'oph; on their j knee-, bestr-chin" for mercy, and not un- , ..I . r .1 t l me time atu-r the departure of the MOV" went a iy resoled. Simiiii- fMlliMO, nit para' and Jitter tow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 17 May 1871

ESTABLISHED IN 1846.3 FrBLICBED EVlHT WtDKIIDAT MOBRISO, Bridge Street, Opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall, . klFFLIXTOWN. PA. , . Tri Jckiata Sentikil is published every Wednesday morning at $1,50 a jear, in ad Vance ; or $2,00 in all cases if not paid promptly in advance. No subscriptions dis continued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. gusintss Carbs. JOUIS E. ATKINSON, -Attorney at Law, MIFFLINTOWN, PA. BatfColUcting and Conveyancing promptly attended to. Office, second story of Court House, above Frotbonotary'i office. - - , OBERT McMEEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MIFFL1XT0WS, PA. Office on Bridge street, in the room formerly occupied by F.ira 1). Parter, Esq. jLEX. C McCLCRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 144 SOUTH SIXTH STREET, PHILADKLPHI A. oct27 tf g B. LOCDEX, MIFFLINTOWN, PA., . Offers bis services to the citiiens of Juni ata county as Auc'ioneer and Vendue Crier. Charges, from two to tea dollars. Satisfac tion warranted. nov3-tim. du7i c. lUJxbioT- PATTERSON, P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 17 May 1871

Juniata Jientiitel. M I P F L I N T O W N Wednesday Morning, May 17, 1871. jTf. s chw E I E R , EDITOR PROPRIETOR. GEO. P. ROWELL & CO, 40 Park Row, New York A.OD S. M. PETTEGILL & CO., 37 Park Ro., N. Y, Are oor self agents ia that city, and are au boriied to contract for advertising at nur lowest ra'es. Asivertisar ia that ei'.y are te juested to leave their favors with either of th above booses. READIK5 MATTER AN EFEBT PAGE. We havti not tlio spaces thia week to ejare for lite implication of the new rutty ard Um by the Joint High Commie.ion. The Senate baa not yet accepted or pjpcted it Gov. (jf.AKV rent au address to the IVgwlaturt! I.iat week, favoring the ps najre of the Harder Claim Bill. His Ex-ceih-ucy'a address comes in at the elev enth boar. I'poN investigation it appears that Kriplinli, the Demociatic candidate for Governor ia Connecticut, was not elected. Jewell is the victorious man. The Dem ocracy Fhooted too soon. A roMMiTTSK of the Philadelphia OyeU'ruicn's ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 17 May 1871

&jjc Janiata Stntmel. WEDNESDAI MORNING, MAY 17.1871. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD ON AXD L after Sunday, May 14, 1871, Passenger 1'reiua will leave Mifflin Station as follows: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express.. 12.23 A. M tlarrisb Accotumoda a 11,00 A. M. Mail Train 6.C0 P. M. Cincinnati Express 8,50 P. M. WESTWARD. Cincinnati Express 1,30, A. M. Pacific Express 3,26 A. M. Mail Train 3,27, P. 31 Way Passenger 9.15 A. M. JAMES NORTH. Ag't " JCXIAT1 EKnSrSXST," I. 1, I. O. O F. meets on (be first and third Tuesday! f each month, in the Odd Fellows' Hall, Thompsoutown, Juniata Co.. Pa. WM. J. DENNIS, C. P. W. C. Looas, Scribe Onions and Lettuce. Jinny per sons will use onions that have just begun to grow and throw away the tops, and perhaps at the same meal use lettuce. This season of the year, tops of onions are more tender than lettuce if dressed in the same way. Ex. ThOMAs Watson has recovered three hundred dollars and cost from the city of Chester, having been damaged to that amount by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 17 May 1871

Fan, Garden an. Honselioli rr THE MOST PROFITABLE FOWLS. ; iiL - It is a well conceded fact that there if ..a great advantage in improved stock horses, cattle, ebeep, and lings. A thor rUh,, progressive farmer aims to secure and propagate these. If we examine the . various reports, we will learn that poul- try is a great interest in this country ; and to secure the most profit on this r pecies of farm stock, our farmers should obtain improved varieties. Instead of 1 bringing to market long-legged, small tiodied chickens, of the chile-poke modrl, weighing, say, two pomxls, they should ' ripply onr market with a stock weigh ing four or six pounds, and these should " be so'd by weight The little, lank. scrawny chickens that many of our far- mrrs have now, and which furnish eggs about the size of pigpons' eggs, should i ?ive place to chickens laying eggs weigh-! itig twice as much, and the eggs should j Aiff0 a iarge anj carefully selected aenort le s Id by weight This done, and w ! wen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 24 May 1871

' wn ;-wr T,.Mt-.mfc . . , , . n-,,,. ,. , ,.. , . ...t. ... . . ESTABLISHED IS IMC. , ; ' - - " ' f o . . - ,, TcaUsniD EvtKT WxrKISDaT MCBSIXO, fcrnlgt Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Ha'.l, .- MIFFLIXTOftN. FA- . TfE Jcxiata Sentinil is published every "Wednesday morning at $1.50 a year, in ad 'vance ; or S2.00 in til eises if net paid promptly in advance. So nbscrip'?ons dis continued r. mil all arrearage; are pd. unless at the option of the publisher. business Cirbs. ., jouis k. atkixson'o ,jrw -tVttoriiey At LaM', MlFFLl.NTOWJf, PA. I k ItyColH cling and Conveyancing prostftly attended to. -.',. j Office, second story of Court House, above Prothonotary's oilice. JOBERT McMEEX, ; ATTORNEY AT LAW, MIFFLIXTOWX, IA. OfTies on Bridge street, in the mom formerly 'occupied by Ezra D. Parler. F.tq. 'LEX. K. McCLCRe" ! - . ATTORNEY AT LAW, 144 SOUTH SIXTH STREET, rillLAUKLPIUA. oct27 tf s. MIFFLIXTOWX, PA., Offers his services to the eitirens of Jnni wta county as Auctioneer and Vend...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 24 May 1871

Juniata enlinel. MIFFLITOWN Wednesday Mornings Hay S4, 1871. B. F. SCIIWEIER, EDITOR PBOPIUETOE. XEPTJBLICA5 STATE TICKET. Al'DITOB GENERAL: DAVID STANTON, or BIAVBB CONTT. Pl'KVfVOR UKNERAL : ROBERT B. BEATH, Of CHDTLKILL COrSTT. GEO. P. ROWELL & CO, 40 Park Row, New York ! S. M. PETTENGILL k CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Ar ur '. agents ia thai city, and ar an t horned lo cou tract for advertising at our lowest rates. Advertiser in that city are te- reid to leav their favors with either of i he above boner. READING MATTER ON EYERT PAGE. The BepablicAe State Convention and (he Candidates Nominated. Ibe Republican State Convention to nominate an Auditor General aud Sur veyor Genera!, assembled in the House of Rrpreneiitative. at llarrifburg, at noon, on VVedmajdar, the 17th iuet. The Cou vrnina was fall, every district Leiug nfiwwentod. The unpleasant sight of -'atrtiii de!fali , was not witnessed, s is tjo Vq the care at conventions. llaiBinoy aud good feeling irevailed throughout th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 24 May 1871

aaa. tyt Janiato .tnthtel. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAT 4. 1871. pENSSTLVANIA RAtLKOAD ON AND I after Sunday, May 14, 1871, Passenger Tttim win leave MlSm p tat tea as follows BAHTWARD. PkiUdelpIiia Jzprean., 12,25 A. M Harnsb"; Afttommoda'n 11,00 A. M. Mail Train. .1...... 6,50 P. M. Cincinnati i)iprea... 8,50 P. M. VflCHTWAIlD. Cincinnati Erftirefs, 1,30, A. M. Kirn Pacific Express... 3,26 A. M. Mail Train...! .27, P. M Way I'asscnglr S.15 A. M. 1 JAMES NORTH, Ag't JC5I1T1 EirirXEXT,!U. 19, 1. O. O F. nieets on the (t,m mtid tbhd Tuesdays r eacn m.inm, mi tbe ud(J iiUows' a all. Thompscntowa, Juniata Co.. Fa . Jni. j. Scjibe. PENS'IS. C. P. TOtV.N AVU COUNTKY. Goin; Up Su'tlfuff's new varehouse. f--o The roof of Mlrg. Belford'i dwelling louse hits been required. r i Thk bricklayer are at woil on E. S. Parker's new dwelling house -4- For Sale a Me Top Boggy, information call At this office. . For It is said tnat Jeff Darin j the name of President Grant's favorite saddle horse. i Last wee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 24 May 1871

FA KM E ICS COL UMN. j K1T1VAL 0F PEACH TREES. - A discovery f n email moment in be iove rests of agricultara bat been made by Pr. Georgeli Wood, and communi cated by bim to the American Philo sophical Society, of which he is presi dent Teach trees in this Tieiuity,' after I rmiiicng a few crops, not only cease k... :.L .1 ..? :.. 1 . ' U uuipeueu tuein-civcs iua euon time, bereas their natural lite is fifty or K.,ty yea, or mo be mite of tins j Slre rteraf,. . targ, ,ad ele-ui-t ct ve power of growth is believed by j gaut uwrtmeni of Rcady-Made Clothing. Dr. Wood to be owner to n deficiency f ! coniatinj in Prt of oUb in the duil, and be assures us that il' this alkali be Fiipjdied to thj tree so that it shall ivacu. tbe small roots and be ul-eorhed the fruit-heat ing j wer is re stored, and the tree it at-It", if prematurely permi ing, is revived. JLcJieving witb in pt persons tl.at the cause of the decay j lay iu worms at the rout of the peach i f J,u' tree, he put iu operation a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 31 May 1871

Zbt gnnisto iwtiori. ESTABLISHED M 1848. Pcuibi Etsht Widmsday Momio. Bridge Street, opposite tb Odd Fellow' Bell, MIFFLIXTOWX. PA. The Jchiata Skxtisil it published every Wednesday morning at $1,60 a year, la ad vance ; or $2,00 in all cases if not paid promptly in advance. No lubseriptlont die continued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. RATES OP ADVERTISING- . All advertising for less than thrwe asoaths for one square of sine lines or lee, will b charged one insertion, 75 cent, three $1.50, and 50 eents for each subsequent insertion. Administrator's, Exeoutor's and Auditor' Notices, $2,00. Professional and Business Cards, not exceeding one square, and inclu ding copy of paper, $8,00peryear. Hetieet in reading column, ten eents per line. Bier chants advertising by theyear at special rates. 3 "onlhs- 6 months. I year. One sduire S 8.S0 $ 6.00 $ 8.00 Two squares.;-.. 5.00 8.00 ll.Ort Three equates. . 6.00 lO.Ol) 15.HO One-fourth col'n. lO.Oft 17,00...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 31 May 1871

Juniata Jlwtmd. M I F F L I N T O W N Wednesday Morning, Bay 81, 1871. B. F. SCHWEIEK, IDITOIt TROrBIETOR. .EEIUSLK'AN STATE TICKET. HVD1TOB OKXFRAL : DAVID STANTON, or BrAVER CO.HTT. srKvr.voa Ur.NKSAL : KOBERT B. BEATH, Oi 8CIIUVLKII.L COPtrV. GEO. P. R0WELL& CO, 40 Park Row, New York AND S. M. PETTEKGILL 4 CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are cur acent in that eify, end are n tliorixed to contract for advertising at O'tr lowest ra'cs. Advertisers in that city are ie quontfd to leave their favors with either of ih ar,-e houses. REAM MATTER ON EYERY PAGE. The Fnil of (he Pixis Insurrection. Witliin t!i past ten days the I'tiris in mrreetinn. wliirli nt first seemed to liave Second. That the persistent refusal of the UcDublican tiartv in the Lrtrislature a sound republican or Democratic prin- t conM;nt to a proper modification of tple fnr a lutw, I:as come to an rnd i tunee provisions ot tue Ivrgistry act re- amidst rcrucs nf fire, pillage, murder and iltmdsln-d. If we understand it. the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 31 May 1871

Mm Ctjt 3 rati $tntM. JTEDSESUA MORNISG, MAT 31. 1871. pEXSSTLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND I after Sunday, May 14. 1871. Passenger Trains will leave Miflim Scntion as follows: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express.. 12.25 A. M Hamab'j; Accotiiwoda'n 11.00 A.'M. Mail Train 6.50 P. M. Cincinnati Express...... S,60 P. M. . WJSTWABD. Cincinnati Express. 1,20, A. M. Fiwt Pacific Exprens... :5.26 A. M. Train S,S7. P. M Way Passenger 9,15 A. 31. JAMES KOKTH. Ag't "JCXI1TA ESClBPaMT," Xo. 19, 1. O. O F. meets n me brat aud lliira Tuesdays f each month, in the Odd Fellows' Hall, Thoinpsonlowii, Juni&ti Co., Pa. WM. J.. DENNIS. C. P. W. C. I.ooax. Senbe. TOWN AM COU.1TKV. Flies have made tbeir appearauce. Fhort the grnfs. Ditto tlie oats. Windy and duety la?t Friday after noon. CnurtosctiKo Distribution of light and shadow in painting . Bf.autifl'L and fragraut The locust blossoms. The greatest reed of the community now is, rain. Thk Democracy is opposed to protec tion, but is afraid to say so The cor...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 31 May 1871

11.1 shobt nxxs. At EiEtport, Me., good beefsteak sell for ten cents a pound The wine table is to be abolished from New York receptions The California Sugar IJeet Company bongfct and planted 480 acres of land. The crop ia said to have perished from drought. ' A CLi-cago rouph vtho broke a broom hanillf, on Lis wife's head, and the law it the saute t;mr-, was given an pporln tiity to settle for S20. A t ig rat haut at Ilese-nond, Christian countv, )H, which terminated on the S;Lt i;lt., resulted in ihe capture ad killing of ti.l'uO rats. list I5a-'y, living throe mi'ea back of Cftlfd.na, HI., while catting a sapling on Tbnredny, accidentally cot his little boy's feet off, above the auk!e joint. The fare trom Liverpool to Kong Koiip, via the Mediterranean and Sites, ban been reilaced tVoai $000 to 450 cabin, aitd from to S22i steerage, l'.y the L'moit Pacific Railway the price is S498 cabin, r.;ii 1S4 steerage. In Chlua no virtue is universally rec ognized, sc pt duty to parents. The ...

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