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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 May 1877

ft. ft t : ;i '..it-. mmm T B. F. SCHWEIER, TH1 OOHSTrrUTIOK TH1 U5I0H AJTD TH1 KSrOBCZMZST OJ THX LAWS. Editor an4 Proprtotawv VOL. XXXI. . MlFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., v WEDNESDAY, MAY 9. 1877. , NO. 19. ' 1 lj sou bat. Some day earth will know no gloom, Some day faith will lioe from sleep, Soma day hope will bti4 and bloom, , Borne day men will seeee to weep ; When the path of life i rough, ' ' Some day death will cry, enough ! ' - Some day water will be wine, ' 6ome day woe be changed to weal, l ' "Some day captives will not pine, ' Some day deepest wounds will heal. Some day, with its sweet decree. Made imprisoned Joseph free. Some day, some day, en TV dies. Long ago the spirit spoke, ' Changing into purple dyes Jewish David's shepherd cloak. Making Saul, ert fierce and fleet. Follow on with lingering feet - Some day most the aloe bloom, fruit will grow npon the palm. Some day lijjht will vanquish gloom. Some day pain will find a balm ; Some days eyes will not be wet, S...

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. — 9 May 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLLNTOWN. WetaMday, Ha? 9, MTT. B. P. SOHWEIElt, EITOB ARB PBOPBIITe,. Thb extra session of Congress will not be called until about the middle of October. Wendell Phillip aav the coun try ia on the verge of disunion. Not correct this time, Mr. Phillips. It is denied that Ex Senator Logan, of Illinois, is going into the Russian mili tar j aerviea against the Turks. FRANKUX B. Goweh, President of the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad, vailed fur Europe on Saturday, on busi ness for the railroad. The appointment of Hon. Edward McPberson to the office of Engraving at Washington gives general satisfac tion to Republicans in central Pennsyl vania. Tls E iijiertr of Russia and all bis sons are about to go into the fight per sonally. That's the way to maintain a throne. Its main atay is tee army, and a king and bia princes should all be masters at arms. StXATOR Mobtox is preparing a lec ture in advocacy of a change in the manner of electiog a President. The po...

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. — 9 May 1877

Sea. SffiTIKEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN : WedaeBdar. Mat 9, 1ST7. TERMS. . St. ascription, f 1.60 per annum, if paid within IS Booth ; $2.00 if not pud within IX months. Eft . Transient advertieemeota inserted at 60 Wats per inch for each insertion. Transient business wotices 10 local col umn, 10 cents pt line for each insertion. . Deductions will he ade to those desiring o advertiss by the year, half or quarter ear. PEKN'A. E. ETIME TABLE. ON and after Sunday, Nov. 26th, 1876, passenger train will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. R'. R., as followa : , iastwabw. t Philadelphia Express .......... 12 64 a m tViftiin Accommodation........ 625am Pacific Express J...... 10 19am IJohnatown Kxpress tMail Atlantic Express ........ WESTWASB. f Pittsburg Express ........ jPscitic Express ......... Wjiv Pastenger J Vail lrt Line I Mifflin Accommodation .. ..ttl2ani . . . 6 OS p ui ... 9 IS p m ...12 ffiim ..." 4 02 am' ...10 00 am ... S 30 p in ... 4 58 j) in ... 8 00pm I Daily, t Daily txctpt ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 May 1877

FOLLT. When we wen young, and Ufa meant long ' Blight days of mnmer weather. My dear, there waa a preMy song Wa need to sing together. ' Tbera'a many a lad can sing it still. With Kitty, Bess, or Molly ; It ends, begin it as yon will. In Folly, Folly. Folly! Now we are old, and life means long Dark days of winter weather. My dear, we're learnt some other eoug We do not sing together. Yet still both moat hare often thought. It somewhat melancholy. Bo aweet a song should end In nar.ght Bnt Folly, Folly, Folly! He w it feels to he jBlllatlasd. We know how it feels to be poisoDed, to be banged and to be drowned, bat it baa been reserved for M. Mondate, . an Italian gentleman, to let tbe world know bow it feels to be guillotined. He was in 1873 condemned to death for a crime of which be was innocent. The blade of tbe guillotine fell, but the wood in the grooves of which it ran had swollen slightly, and the knife topped barely two centimetres from his neck. While they were repairing this ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 May 1877

2)lj fiiiiiicii """ '.- -"- JX 7"rr- - B. F. SCHWEIER, THI OO5STITUTI0N TH1 UNION AND THI ZCTOfiCEMEKT 07 THX LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXI. MIFFLINJOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA WEDNESDAY, MAY 16. 1877. NO. 20. K!ITTEG. With a blooming maiden titling. While she nimbly plies her knitting. Pleased I Km zed upon her beanty. While I nil my happy duty, "Paying cat" the zephyr doable. Richly paid (or pleasant titrable Just to watch her nimble fingers. And her ruby lips where lingers Many a beauty in her smiling. All my loving soul beguiling. J oat to feel the wond'rona thrilling. Of my heart with rapture filling. While beside the maiden sitting. "Paying out" while she is knitting, I rm thinking how our knitting Is an illustration fitting Of the real life we're living ; Of the mercies God is giving In the active world around him. When to woman man has bound him. Then are love and labor making All the joys our souls are taking. Bis to labor are supplying. "Paying out" life's thread, ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 May 1877

sentinel & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. vTfednc, day, May 18, 1TT. B. F. SCHWEIBK, BBITO AID riorUETOk. A max and wife staxte.1 to cross the Atlantic Ocean, from MaosathuBetU, in a boat thirteen feet long, on Mon day. A Washtsotox lawyer named Snm tnerville has made a confession in re gard to the Washington safe bur glary, which was done to destroy certain contrary papers and books. Tut jury in the lieacher Bott case, In 1 hila ldpliia, could not agree as to whether the preacher had been or had not been faithful to his marriage TOWS. Tfk temperance fever has broken out in a new place. Down in South Qirolina they recommend that Asso ciate Jnstice of the Supreme Court -White be impeached for drunken ness. The Boom question of the West Branch c! die Susquehanna has got into the Supreme Court If it fixes the Supreme Court as it did the Dem ocratic Legislature of fifteen months ago, the result will be deplorable. A Lr'isLiture may be changed in two yeais, but not so with a Supreme Court O...

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. — 16 May 1877

JLMI.NKh&HEPrmCAXL HttiitWH). Tiuj it, 1877 TERMS. Stberription, SI JiO per annum, if paid wittw 12 muntU ; 12.00 if not paid "I"" IS months. . , Transient advertisements insencs. erX7enr ItjXZ io local co - tnol5 cLt. per line tr ch Insertion, Ductions win Dr '-" advertise by li year, half or quarter to tear. PEAVA. O. fc. llMi. lABlala. OV aid after Sunday, May 1-lih. 1877, pasSencer Irani iil I rave ihtiliu bU tiun, I'. R. U., as follow : xarrwaxD. f Philadelphia Express 12 54 a in Fast Line 2 27 a in JViffiin Accommodation 6 25. a m fPacitie Express 10 19 am JJohnstowa txprcM v.t I 32 a ui liy Express. 2 32pm 1 Vail . . . . b o p n ... 910pm ...12 38 a m Atlantic Express WISTWASD. fPittsburg Express Cincinnati Express I Pacific Expross .......... IWay Passenger , 2 21 a in 6 58 a m 10 00 a ni jMail t 35 p iu JFast Line 6 11pm JMiftiiu Accutnniodation 8 00 p m I Daily. Deify except Sunday . f f except Sunday night. Dail except Afoe day. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Snwnier. Hop-ecotcb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 May 1877

Si i THE SnRRUP-CTIP. bt snisrr unit. Death, thoa'rt a cordial old and rare ; Look how eompiunded, with what care ! Time got his wrinkles reaping thee Sweet herbs from all antiquity. David to thy diatillage went, Keats, and Gotama excellent, Omar Khayyam, and Chaucer bright. And Shakspere for a king-delight These were to sweeten thee with song ; The blood of heroes made thee strong. What heroes ? Ah,' for shame, far shame ! The worthiest died without a name. Then, Time let not a drop be spilt : Hand me the cup whene'er thou wilt ; If death such dear distUlment be, I'll drink it down ri0ht smilingly. Scribner't MvttOdy. nit Hard. In the country towns arid Tillages in New England, in the frood old times even within the memory of the writer young frirU, of parentage, often hired out to do Louse-work, as did the young men Lire out to work on the farm that they might learn the life lesson of he!f-supporting labor, and earn the wherewith to commence life on their own account. Very many of...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 May 1877

uY rt B. F. SCHWEIER.. THE CONSTITUTIOH-THE UNION-AHD THE EJTFOEOEMEST OF THE LAWS. F.ditor niul Proprietor. VOL. XXXI. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1S77. NO. 21. 1JS rt A A, A A 1 1 A aw-sawM-' i -ei v ---v v v - ' n i i v t -. 7 vew i v ---.. w -j a mm ""i r i i a. i atsc -- ." -sr--we; "r ' m & . v -a - v t m av knitting. "With blooming maiden sitting. While she nimbly phe her knitting. Pleased I gazed opon her beauty. While I fill my nappy duty, "Paying tut" the zephyr double, ' Bicliiy paid for pleasant trouble Jcet to a itch ber nimble fingers. And ber ruby lip where Ungate Many a beauty in ber nulling. All my loving eoul beguiling. Just to feel the wondrous thrilling. Of my heart with rapture filling. While beside the maiden sitting. "Paying out" while she is knitting, I am thinking how our knitting la an illustration fitting Of the real life we're living ; Of the mercies God is giving In the active world around him. When to woman man has bound ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 May 1877

ENTLNEL & REPUBLIC!!, MIFFL1NTOWN. vTMaeaday, way MTT. B. F. SCHWEIEK, artfroa as raorairroa. Tb "Poles and Circassians are about to organize against Russia. Weather statiscisns aav the weather bar not been as warm id 50 years at it was last fridaj and Saturday. The Turks, thus far bare repulsed all important a Nances that Xassia ha tfiade. There will be a big battle one of these times before long. Sensational city papers tare started the story that ex-President Grant baa puae to the Old World to take com mand of the Turkish army, at the in. stance of the secret service of the (jDgliah Government. The German and French situation dues not hate the peaoefull appearance of millennial days. Despatches from ecioss the water hint that the Catholic Brotherhood la at the bottom of the whole trouble. Catbolia, Protestant, Greek and Mohometan churches, all seen to be in the thrones of excite, meet in the old world. General Beale, American Minister to Austria, baa resigned the mission, and...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 May 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN ; TTaeay May 23. lm. TERMS. " . - . i 1 rfl .nnnm if fltid EImpH SU-"" 1 ". - r J wltUn 11 month ; $2.00 if not paid 12 month. .,.., l.T.-ret advertisement inaerted a ou cent per inch lor earn inneruw Transient tidiness notices in local col Umi. 10 cents per un - Dedoltioo still bemad, to thK desiring . , half rt ntiartfr to adrertiee oy uw PENS'A. B. B. TIME TABLE 13th, 1877, pasaenger trains will tear tion, P. K. K., follow ; BAITWA.BD. Mifflin Sta- trhilade'phia Expreaa .... "t Line fViflMn Accommodation .. Pacific Expres-..v.i... t Johnstow B Kxpres ...... IJav Expres tu;l ..12 Mam .-. 2 27am .. 6 25 a m ..10 19 am ..11 32 am .. 2 32 p in . -. 6 us p m Atlantic Express .. 910pm WIlTWllt. tritteburg Expreu 12 38 a m Cincinnati Express 2 21 am gPacific Expreaa 658am (Way Passenger 10 00 a m dail . .... 8 85pm ;Faat Line 5 11pm yifflin Accommodation 800pm Daily, t Duily tictpl Sunday. Paily Yxeept Sunday at'gM. Diilf except Mon day. LOCAL IXTEL...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 May 1877

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Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 May 1877

4 .ft- B. F. SCJIYVJ-JER, THE C0N3HTDl'I0N-TnE U-..05.-ASD THE ESFOBCEMENT Of THE UW3. J!iitvr Mini .';. t:ovir. VOL. XXXI. MUTUXTOWX, JUNIATA COUNTY. VJ-NXA., WWMOAY, MAY 30. 1S77. NO. i 1 1 TARTAR LOVJ-SOSC BT LUCl L MSI SI X Tbrc dsn acrus tUa dmrrt. Tare bight with th Ur o'erbead. From tit lent ol my father ant kiudrei To tli ceuu ol mj lo w tied. Silent roe tlit first day, I'eariug and looliug back For mj (titer aud hi spearmen. Who would follow cpon our track. Hiipioi, rode we the eooud, Atid oka to wh other in chear. As we looked tow uJ the far-off mount-ina, Tuat Uie teuu of my 1ot were uear. Nor fear nor hope the third day Oar eye or brts could more ; For oar eye were turned to each other', And oar hcmrta only beat to love. Three day aero the deaert, Three nights with the star o'erhead. Fearing, hoping aud loving. To the teuu f niv love we fled. The Sergeant's Stratagem "Oh, John, dear," ami the wife of John Edge-worth ran Into the little parlor where he was seated thought ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 May 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN'TOWN. Wednesday, Naj 30, 1STT. B. SUHWEIEH, Brroa aid pbopbietok. Tue average fail attendance o tie 1'ermaaent Eiblbitioo t Philadelphia siuce opening da? has been 4,000. liLACK clothes, among tbe Mahom etans, ia locked upoe aa (he devil' coU-f. . Tue wheat crop in California this J ear ia saffijieotlj developed to war rant tba conclusion tbat it will scarcely be an averge crop in point of yield. Despatches from Washington report tbe organization of a new psrtj witbin tba Republican party, to oppose tbe policy of President Hayes. The Democratic papers are greatly dissatisfied with tbeir Governor, Mr. Williams, of tbe State of Indiana. They say be ia into all tbe "jobs" tbat can be stirred up, at tbe poliical Capi tol. The way to distinction and office in number of tbe Southern States is to j iin ibe White Lines, raid on the ne groes, burn them oat, and shoot them. Tbey call that civilization. Tbe worst feature about such cases ia fosud in the fact t...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 May 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN , TMFFLINTOWN : Wednesday; May 80, 1STT. TERMS. Subscription, $1.60 per annum, If paid witiin 12 months ; $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. . - Transient advertisement Inserted at eU cents per inch for each insertion. Tranient business notices in local col umn, 10 cent per line for each insertion. . Deduction! will be nisde to thoae desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter mr. PEXN'A. B. EJTIME TABLE. ON and after Sunday, May 13th. 1877, passenger trains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. R. K., as follows : - CASTWABB. tPhiladelphia Express .... fast Line ..12 54 am .. 2 27 a ni .. 6 25 a m ..10 19am ..11 32 am .. 2 S2 p m .. 6 05 p m .. 9 10 p m J Mifflin Accommodation .. Pacific Express J Johnstown Express ...... Day Express Uil j Atlantic Express WESTWARD. t Pittsburg Express Cincinnati Express ....... i Pacific Express ......... fT Passenger ;Mai'l Fast Line .............. (Hirliin Accommodation .. .12 88 am . 221 am . 5 68 a m 'vv,i 8 3ft n i...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 May 1877

tabuxg coxnAirmioixE. CouUaUM Defeated by the Tarka Orcr 400 Years Afo A Pmraa Hti mW- R Ina Uu MokuusMUu ul the Ckrte- For nearly 425 veam Constantinople hug remained undUturbeJ in the pos session of the Turks. Oil Mar . 1453 the city was then the capital of the Byzantine Empire it was stormed by the Turks, the last Brzautina Emperor, Const And ne III., losing his life in the defense. The taking of the fit j" is thus powerfully described by Bit-hard knolles in his history of "the Turks, published in 1603 aud a second edition in 1C10: A little before day the Turks ap proached the walls aud l-an the as sault, where shot aud stones were de livered upon them from the walls as thick as hall, whereof little fell in vain by reason of the multitude of the Turks who, pretsing fast unto the walls could not see in the dark how to defend them selves, but were, . ithout number, wounded or slain; b'lt these were of the common and worst soldiers, of whom the Turkish king made no more reckon ing t...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 June 1877

., ... - . . . ., .- , . . U. K.F. SCIIWEIER, !r( ' .-... . THE CONSTITUTION THE TJHIOIf A5D THE EHrORCIMENT OP THE LAWS. Etlitor. nnd Piopriotor. .. - i ' 'T! v. ?. .- ..... , - j ,t VOL. XXXI. MIFFLIXTOAVX, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., ."WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6,1877. NO. 23. :. x A ' i"t r i .: - 1 ,, ... L .. . r ,. ,' CHILD'S FAITH. BT MRS. S. . B. MATT. AU beautiful tales. I trust, are truest tr: u., ti.r m m irrave in the moee. And there is the eky. And the luda are bias, AnJ a butternv biow ai-rona. ...... Yea. here is the grave and then u the ikj : To the one or the other we go. - Aud between them avers the butterfly..,.. , Ije a ecxJ that dace not know. : Souieabere? Nowhere? Too-goldun bead. -1 And lip that I miss and hums. 1 r " Tou would teTI Die the secret of the dead J ' ' Could I find you with a kiss ! . ' . Come here. I nay. little child of mine. Come with your bioaji and your breath. - I If be nbould believe in the life divine, . , I win not believe in death!) ' ; a "Where in ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 June 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN WlFFLlNTOWN. tteneadar, Jane , 1ST7. B. F. SCinVEIEll, kmtoi aid raorairroa. The war between Tutkej and Russia goes vigorously on, notwithstanding tbe rnmors of peace negotiations. United Statu troops bad a fight with Sitting bull and Lis " bravei" on the Rosebud, a tributarj of tbe Yellow Stone river. It ia difficult to tell tbe eorreet Eu ropean situation as to the war, ao nu merous and conflicting are despatches. Many peace rumors are afloat. The Republican State Convention will meet at Harrisburg, August 29b next, to nominate a candidate for Su preme Judge, Stats Treasurer, and Auditor General, to be voted for on tbe 6th day of November. rxcsiDENT Hates' Attorney (Jen eral, Devens, is examining tbe law to learn whether tbe United States, or Federal Courts have tbe right to enter tain suits, or interfere, in criminal cases in the respective States where State authority has failed to bring crim inals to justice, as, for example, in tbe South, where crime ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 June 1877

SENTINEL & KEPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: rrwegnetdar. Xkh S, UTT. TERMS. 6vAcripiriwi,$l.S0 per annum, if paid wrttin 12 month j $2.00 if not pud sritnm 12 months. , , rr. transient advertisement inerted at 0" cent ut inch for each insertion. Transient busloe. notice, in local col area, itt cew per fine for eh insertion. Deductions -ill be made to those desiring to adverti.e by the year, blf or (Jusrtef rear. ' PLOTA. K. lTIME t ABLE. ON and after Sunday, My 13th. 1877, puti; train will leave Mifflin Sta tion, 1'. R. K., as follow : KASTWABD. (Philadelphia Express 12 64 a m FtLiue 2 27am IVifKin Accommodation 6 25 a m Pacific Express 10 19 am J Johnstown Express 11 82 a m Dav Express. t 232pm JwaH 6 03 p m Atlantic Express ..- 9 10 p m WBSTWABD. (Pittsburg Express 12 !8im Cincinnati Express 2 21 am ( Pacific Express ..... 6 68am Way Passenger 10 00am jMail 8 85 p in tFast Line 6 11pm (Mifflin Accommodation 800pm I Daily. ( Daily except Sunday, t taily except Sunday uight. Daily txctpt...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 June 1877

AGRMTLTTKIL, Preparing GitorxD for Corx Suc cess in the cultivation of all crops de pend very largely ojion ttie preparation of the soil, botu as to its fcrtilltr'nd mechanical condition, and besides the ease of future cultivation depends also uion the same,. There are certaiu con ditions that operate to aflVctitie putting of a soil Id the best mechanical ' coodi tion, such as its natural fertility, its freedom from stones, stump, or other ' obstacles to cultivation, or the - mode of previous cultivation. Tuere.are advo cates of shallow plowing; this niay be necessary and ven desirable In an ex-' treniely tiiinoil, tV tire -reason that it would be poor ecoiioluy to turn up" a great depth of subsoil that has not pre viously beeu proix-rly exposed to the sun and atmosphere and its beneficial influences. But where there Is fertility a deep plow ing loosens the strata of earth so that uot only can the moisture be absorbed and retained, but the roots of the plant can much more easily pen...

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