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

7 mi i tiii .-..ri ! i u i.jiii.tiJ...uiuii wiuiiibuimmii iswii wi.i. nmmmmmmmmmmmiimm mm jrY 9di V) thCU y -tT V al ) J;I f. KATES. OF -ABYEMISRiJ.., jr? . AO ftdterdf iag for less tiisr moitti for one square of aiae lines or lees, will be eharged one insert ioa, 76 seats, tare 91401 and 60 eents for each eubeeeueat insertion. Administrator's. Sxeeut'or's aad. Auditor's Xotioee, $2,00. Profesaioaal' MV Basineaa' Cards, not exeeeding out ee.V. Md foeln diag copy of paper, $8,00jierjrear. . Bteva' in reading columns, ten ceats per Una, Mer caaau adTartiaiag by theyewatepeeial rates. i t t "omthr . 6 sesfta ' 1 ye , V il established nr lmO Ji) I PcBlISHED EviRT WtDBtSDAT MOBBISQ, lOndge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall, MIFFLINTOWN. PA. O -. J v. ii lib . ,? J "n Tnc Jcriata Skxtixil Is published every 'Wednesday morning at $1,60 a year, im ad vence; or $2,00 ia all cases if not paid promptly ia advance. Ko subscriptions dis continued until all arrearage are paid, unless at the ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 19 July 1871

Juniata ';$entinej, ; , MIFFLINTOWN We4oes4ar Mtnli;, JIy 1, 1871. B. F. SCHWEIER, IDITO. PROPRIETOR. JLEPTJBU.CAH STATE TICKET. AUDITOR euNKRALt DAVID STANTON, or iat coonrr. fritVEVOR OKNKRAL : . ROBERT B. BEATH, or scbutlkill cocxtt. GEO. P. ROWELL 4 CO. 40 Park Row, New York AND 5. M. rtl iLnbiikotiu., j rant now, n. i, Are nr ! spent in that city, and are an - tborited to contract for advertising at onr lowest rate. Advertisers in tbat city are te quested to leara tbeir favors with either of the abora honaea. READINS MATTER ON EVERY PA&E. Meeting of the County Committee. The Republican County Committee baa been called to mt at Will's hotel' in this boroogh, on ist Saturday. tbe:nouncine hi Excellency for interfering 22nd hut, at 1 o'clock r. M. ith tbem iu ,heir deei6M- Tbe Demo At a meeting of tbe County Commit- crtic P"1" of New York is wfPiWe k.ij ; ,i, rw, n., !, ir.i, I for tbe bloodshed on tbe 12th inst, in of June, 1870, the question of tbe man- ner of electing retur...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 19 July 1871

Cjje Janiatj 3fiilnrelv VIDNESDAt MOR5I50, JCLT 19. 1871. PIXN3TLTAXIA RAILROAD. 0 If AKD after Sunday, May 14, 1871, Passenger Trains will leave Mifflin Station aj follow : KAMTWARO. , Philadelphia Express , 1,60 A. M llarritu'g Accoramoda'n 11,00 A. M. ' Mail Train..., 6,50 P. M. Cincinnati Express....- 8,50 P. M. WESTWARD. Ciosiontti Express. 1,30, A. M. Firit Pacific Express... 3,12 A. M. Mail Train.. 8,27. P. M Way Passenger 9,15 A. M. JAMES NORTH, Ag't mini EirisriEXT," io. is, i. o. O i. utcis wti the first and (bint Tuesdays of each month, in the Odd Fellows)' Hall, Thosnpsoulown, Juniata Co., Pa. WM. J. DENNIS, C. P. W. C. Loo AN. Stribt. TO AND COUNTRY. Coon is doing well. 'T J ... a a uya are enorten.ng. Matche looking the foliage on the tree. liic.kl A7EK are at workon Mr. Doty's Loue."7 th t. bad fasiiion of fast driving through the street should be abolished. J Counterfeit ten dollar notes on the National B.uk of Easton are said to he iu circulation. A ITcKTIXtiOo.M pa...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 19 July 1871

WHT "ffOSES WED. fome close observer of our eocial re lations Laving looked about among bis married female acquaintances, ventures to give tbe following lift, with an at tempt to iudicate tbe real reasons which influence too many to marry : Number one has married for a home, ij! e g t tired of woiking in the factory, o- : caching ecbool. ihe tbonght married life .on tarth was but inooulight walks, bggy rides, new booi.ets, and nothiug to d. M tl! cbe got tired of her borne, ubcllitr or not the is tired of tbe cr.cum bratces tliia deponent eaith not, inasmuch as this deponent does not positively know. Ni.mbcr two married because she bad fceven yoting Bisters a.vA ber papa with a rarrow income. She consulted tbe inter est of ber family, l'erbaps she would better have consulted her own interest ! y taking in tight washing, r going out by the day to work. Ni:mler three married because Mrs. pounded better than Miss. Sbe was twenty-nine years and eleven months old. and another month would...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 26 July 1871

Site umafo jtatiui. ESTABLISHED 13 IMC. , PritLisiiED Eteiit TVedkisdat Mokiq, tBridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Halt MIFFLIXTOWK. PA. Thc Jckiata Ssxtjsei. is published tverj "We lueedav morning t $1,50 a year, in ad. Taijfe ; or $2,00 in all caeea if not paid promptly in advance. No subscription dis continued until all arrearages art paid, unless t the option of the publisher. . business Carbs. JOCIS E. ATKINSON. Vl t ovuov sit Xa-Av, JUU'FUXTOWX, TA. '. - , "Collecting and Conveyancing promptly attended to. Office, second story of Court House, above I'roiliouuUrr's office. JOBEKT McMEEN, A TTORXEY A T LA W, MIFFLIXTOVTX, PA. (ifticenn Bridge street, in the room formerly occupied by Ezra I). Parser. Esq. LEX. K. McCLCRE. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 144 SOUTH SIXTH STREET, PH1LAUKLPHIA. tf g ii. LOCDEX, 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 warranted. nov3-ini. drTp. c. r...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 26 July 1871

Cjf i , I UfttSUl rntllln.! , ! y. greyer) 0fari-iir M I F F L I ! T O W v Wednesday Morning, Jnlj 28, 1S71. F. SCIIWEIER, iuito a ntoraitToR. EZPTJBLIOAN STATE TICKET. VD!ToR r.bVKRAL : DAVID STANTON, or BCAVKlt C0BJITT, frBVKYOR okxrral: ROBERT B. BEATH, or fCHrTLKILL corstT. GEO. P. F0WELUC0.40 Prk Row, New York AD S, M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are a it soU agents in that city, and are an- thorired to contract for advertising at our lowest rates. Advertisers in that city are le- quested to lenv, their favor with cither of he shove honses. EEADCrj HATER ON E7ERY PAGE. BEPCELICA5 FRIMABT ELtCTIOS. Jit a meeting of the Republican Standing Committee cf Juniata county, held in Mifflin, town, on Saturday, July 2d, the following resolutions were adopted : Ralvd, Tnat our primary elections he ht '.l at the usual places on Saturday, Sep tember 2, 1S7I, brtween liie hours of 2 and I, between llie houri Of 2 and 7 r V iHl.t tti Ttafnra Tt,.l.r a, liClmtown on Monday, Septem...

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

1 WEDSES1M MOSSING, JCLT 28. 1871. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. OK AKD after 8undy, May 14, 1871, Paaaenger Train will lurt Jliliin Station as follows: CAHTVt'AatD. ' Philadelphia Express.. 1,50 A. M . Hamsb'g Accomaioda'a 11,00 A. M. Mail Train.. 6,fi0 P. M. Cinciooati Express..-;. 8,60 P. M. WESTWARD. Cincinnati Express 1,30. A. M. Fir it Pacifis Expreaa... 3, IS A. M. Mtil Tnio .. ..87. P. M Way Passenger 9,13 A. tt. JAMES NORTH, Ag't JCXIATA EStlMPHEXT," 5e. 15, I. O. O F mccU oil lite aval aud tliiril Tuesdays of each sienth, in the Odd Fellows' Hall, Thomp soutown, Juniata Co., Pa. 'M. J. IENNIS, C. P. C. too AX. ScriU TOrt.1 A.M lOl.MKk. Growing Beans and sweet potatoes. THE address of tbe Slate Central Committee comes too late for tbis issue. A railroad from acliusgrove to Free burg is talked of. The Huiitiugiioo county Republican Convention will be beld on tbe 15th of August. Notice. Bloouieuurg State Normal Scbool will open August 21st, 1871. July 26-4 YraklY & So. are enlar...

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

yi f it in 1 FARMER'S COLUMN. ? . ; BAISI.NU HORSES- . , L Frem Ibe Scientific Press. , I wish, through your valuable paper, to make ft frw remarks on the subject of rnisiiig bowa. - The practice g"iieralh adopted io tLis country of raiding the Loiiw in largr herds. necssiatt-g another practice wich in itself, is cruel and per nicious I rtiir to the practice of cas trating? hea very young. The great n'fjw y of male colt are ercasciilnt"d at l! age of oiie arid two years and but, very few, if any, at the nge of three and fouryears, us tumiM be the cae with j'l where tnetudsougutis a good service able animal. It muet lie seen by any careful obser ver lliat very icany of oar gelding liwiiw lame from corns in the feet; and 60 badly auYcled in that way as to rt-mler them alni.i.-t eutireley worthless Ti.is is canned not so much from hard usage, a fiviiu want f el l ength and firra-neyt- iu the lionf. It is well known, at lean among lie medical men, that emus ciilatiou eeriously iriterfrr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 2 August 1871

Zit gfunista rntiart. p! 11J OltllfHT ; triy.Tn- .1!?V,3 J. ,,RATI3 Of ABYIETISLNG-. " . AH adteriising for less t has three momrh for one square of nine lines or leas, will ba eharged tine insertion, Jo cents, threa Sl.&U, and & cents tor each subsequent insertion. Administrator's, Executor's and Auditor's Sot ices. $2,00. Professional and Business Carda. not exceeding one square, and inclu iivf copj of paper, $8,00 per jesr. . Kotieta in reading columns, tea ieats per line. ltr chants advertising by the year at special rates. ' ' 3-MtA- 6 mvn'.ki. Jyur, Onesquare..$ 8..50 $ 6,0 $8.00 Two squres.. 6,00 t.00 ' 11,00 Three squares. 6,W) 10.OJ 15.0.) One-fourth col'n. 10.00 17,00 25,0") Half column 1S.00 25.r() 4S.0O One column S0.OO ' 45.00 80,00 'iSTABtMHE IMS. . . ,jv ..; fcBLisHCs Evritfr WiexisciT Mosxijq, Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellow' Ball, " ' : MIFFLIKTOWS. PA. : Tat Josuta Sr.vTistL ii published every Wednesday morning at $1,50 a, year. In ad Tftaee ; or $2,...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 2 August 1871

Juniata Sentinel. MIFFLINTOWN Wednesday Mernlnr Aiptst t, 1871. B. F. SCHWEIER, IDITOR I'ROPRIETOB. REPTOIICA5 STATE TICKET. AUDITOR OB.NKIMl.t DAVID STANTON, or BIAVKK COBaTr. ' Ex-lYeaMent Johnson la Paris. Ex-President Johoeou is expected in Paris. Arrangements an being made to welcome his. Despatched are not defi nite as to who intend welcoming him, bat that need matter little, for the Greenville Janus can act and speak to nit the par-j tiea in the movement. If the monarch ical party favnr him, he can talk about Dictator and the divine right of King. If the Government party honor him, he can talk of the Constitution, and present them a copy of the kind that he no pro fusely distributed while he swung around j the circle The document would help ! their party. Tie left one at Mifflin when j he swung. If the Commune fawn upon j him, his ex Excellency can dwell at large : npou tbe duties of a Tribune, and finish I with an elegant dissertation on dead SCaVKVOH (,KKRL : ROBERT B. BEAT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 2 August 1871

-UNt3DAl M0R1C1N6, ACG. 2. 1871. PESS8TLVASIA RAILROAD. OX AND after Sunday, May 14, 1871, Passenger Trains wiUleaTa Mifflin Station uftUon: CAHTWAKS.- PiadolptU Express- 1,60 A. M Htrnsb'g Aceotuaioda'u 11,00 A. M. Mail Traia 6eS0 P. M. Ciaciaoaii Express..,- 8,50 P. M. WESTWARD. Cincinnatt Express. 1,30. A. M. First Pacific Express... 3,12 A. M. Mail Train ,. 8,27, P. M VTy Passenger 3,16 A. M. JAMES NORTH, Ag't iriim EtctaraEXT," u. is, i. o. O F. aveet wo the trit mid third Tuesdays of each month, in the Odd Fellows' Hall, Tbcmpsoutown, Juniata Co.. Pa. WM. J. LEN'NIS, C. P. v7. C. Loess, Smbt TOtVS AND COUNTKV. A Cflravmi of Gypsies passed through town yeatertlay. Notice. Bloomsburjr State Normal School will opeu August 21st, 1S71. July 2G-4w Am exchange says that a snake pot iu bad with a young man the other night. The young nan then got out. A HAIL STORM passed through Lost CreelTValley, between this place and Oakland Mills, on Monday afternoon) LrmuN' juice is said to be an ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 2 August 1871

)'' 1 r; t J- ,: j 1 1 1 1 i.i'i A HARMLESS REPTILE. A writer in one of the magazines eayg : Not only are toads harmless, hut they are absolutely and directly useful to us, perambulating our fields and gardens at night, and devouring vasa quantities f injur ous injects that could never be de stroyed by tbe Land of man. The mode lu which a toad makes its prey is very ' curious The singular beautiful eye of j the toad id as quick as it is blight, and if witli d range of its vision an insect or a f. ri:b ?1 ould haniien to move, the toad is f ure f; sen it, and nearly certain to catch it. 1 iit, the toad holds its head as high i as pi esible, so as to make sure of its prey. aul then crawls slowly toward it,! referring to rt under it if possible i Mhen it is nearly within reach, it gazes j in'ently at tLe insect, its mouth being i gradually brought nearer and nearer. J Someihing pink then (lashes from its ; inouih, and tiie insects vanishes as if by ; magic. j 'J he j.itik flafh is the ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 9 August 1871

. ESXABUSHSO IS IMC Prsusntn Evtxt WiostsDaT Momiko, Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hll, MimiNTOWK. A. lu Joxuta StXTiKti U published every Wednesday morning at $1,60 a year. In ad. vanee ; or $2,00 in all cams if not paid promptly in adrancs. Ko subscriptions die continued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. justness Carbs. jOUI3 K. ATKINSON, Attorney at Law, MIFFLINTOWN, PA. Jfcy Collecting and Conveyancing promptly attended to. Office, second story of Court House, above Prothonotary's office. JOBERT McMEEN. ATTORNEY AT LAW, MIFFLINTOWN, PA. OiE.ce on Bridge street, la the room formerly occupied by Eira I). Parrer, Esq. LEX' E. McCLCRE. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 144 SOUTH SIXTH STREET, PHILAURLPHIA. oct27 tf g B. UU1)KN, MIFFLINTOWN, PA., Offers his services to the eitisens of Juni ata county as Auctioneer and Vendue Crier. Charges, from two to tea dollars. Satisfac tion warranted. nov3-6m. DR. P. C. RUNDIO, PATTERSON, PEN.VA. August 18, 1869-tf....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 9 August 1871

. Juniata ntiinel. ; " : si 1 Fr li j in w . ,Wdcesdar Morning, August 3, 1S71. B. F. SC1IWEIER, REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. AtDlTOK C.KNFRAl. J DAVID STANTON, or sravra fODNTT. RrHVI.YOH. ,K.KKAL : ROBERT B. BEATH, ' OF DCUCTJ.KII.L COfMV. GEO. P. ROV.'ELL ICO, 40 Park Bow, New York S. M. PETTENGILL i CO,, 37 Fark How, N. Y, Arc our sole apcnU in that city, and are au tboriied to contract fur advertising at our lowest rates. Advertisers ia tiial city are ic que'ted to !-ve tbeir favors with either of the tiie nous :. remove or appoint a single one of those READING HATTER ON EVERY PAGE, j under him ou . political grounds. Qnali- i fication and merit alone will govern him BEPCBLICAX rriMAKT ELLCTION. j in Lis removals and .ppom.ments. It i - At a meeting of tbe Republican Standing ; said that be accepted the position only Commit' e of Juuiau county, held ia Mifliin-; when President Grant promised that the town, on Saturday, July 22d, tbe following Agricultural Bureau should so be gov re...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 9 August 1871

t I I Wednesday morslvo, atjg. isti. OKXSSrtVAXIA RAILROAD. OX AXD t after Sunday, Kay 14, J671, Pawengtr Trains will leave Mifflin Station a follows: ASTWAH. : Philadelphia Express.. - 1,50 A. M Harnsb'ir Acconi!iioia'n 11,00 A. M. Mtil Train 6,50 V.Jl. Cincinnati Express 8,50 P. M. . westward. - - Cincinnati Express....... 1,20. A. M. First PaciSc Express... 3,12 A. M. Mail Train ,. .27. P. M Way Passenger.. ......... 9,15 A. M. JAMES NUKTH. Ag't JCTUTi EXCiUPBEJT," !t. 19, I. (. O f. aiecis n (iia Iiri. auiil luiru Tuesdays of each month, in the Odd Fellows' Hell, Thompfioutown, Juiiiata Co., Pa. - ' WM. J. DENNIS, C. P. W. C. I,ooa. Scribe TOVN AM) COIJIIKV. It is now lawful to shoot squirrels, snip and woodcock. f-- lLoovi.mo up handsomely the new Hall and GraybiU'e buiUiiigJJ, WruxiMEii by evrry person the raiu of Monday uight and Tuesday. .Noticb. Bloomabori?, State Normal School will open August 21st, 1S71. July 2tt-lw A LETTFR, received on Monday last, from Mr. Espenacbade,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 9 August 1871

A. r I, -Hi ' r. ' ! : 9 31 - 5 r ! 3 i 'i FARM JflB HOUSEHOLD. "7? FlEXKBS AS LEGISLATORS. 44 . - lt A southern agricultural club bas been debating tbe question whether it would cot be wide policy for farmer to support farmen and mechanics as representatives in the legislature. This is a subject which we would like to have discussed in other than South'ini Club. The interests nf agri ulture are so im mense and are so viully connected with the welfare and prosperity of the whole country, that it is a matter of great sur prise so liltln att-titiou has been jrivea it hy nor law makers penfrally. The im pression appears to prevail largi-ly amongst farmers tliat their interests and tbe interests of the community at large ean Vest besubsi-rvcd ty srnding lawyers and other professional nion to the legisla ture. In compliance with this ide a, com piua'.ively few farmers are selected, and as a natural result, agriculture bas come to le regarded as a matter of secondary importance, so far as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 16 August 1871

I'Uf S 'ii' tit uiitau Jentiofi. est IED IS 184G. Piblisued EvrRT Wep.iat Mok.vjmj, Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall. '' MIFFLISTOW.V. PA." Thb Juniata Sentincl ! published every Wedaesday morning at $1,00 a year, is ad vance ; or $2,00 in all eases ' if not paid promptly in advance.- subscription! dis continued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher.' ' ' ' ' I ."gustnrss Carbs. "'.;. JOUIS K. ATKIXSOX,' . ' T JIIFFUSTOWJ,-, 1.." : tt5"Colkcing and Conveyancing promptly atleadcd to.t i : . . i; Office, second ttury ofConri none, above Protoonotary's offico. - . JlOBKIir WcMKEX, ' ' ATTOnXKr'AT LAW, ' " MlKFUNT0TKt T..4 ' f . (Jfficpon Bridge street, in the room formerly occupied by Kzra U. Parker, tq.. ATTOKX i: Y AT . LAW, . 144 SOUTH SIXTH STREET, PIIll.ADK.LPIIIA. OCt27-tf : : . . ' t . , f 'T g li. LOCULX, , , T JIIFFLINTOWN, PA., i ' Offers Lis services to the citizens of Juni ata county as Auctioneer nnd Vendue Crier. Charges, from t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 16 August 1871

Juniata JSinimel. M I r F L I N T O W N Wa4ssdar Xoroinp, Asgnt !, 1871. B. F. SCHWEIER, EDITOW PROPRIETOR. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Al'DlTOR OKMIUL: DAVID STANTON, Of BtAVIK COOJITT. SCKVUVOa UB.VBRAL : ROBERT B. BEATH, Ct CHITTLKILt CODXTT. 6EO.P.ROWELL4C0.40ParVRow,NewYoHl!eh,Jrcter- , Not New Tork city 4vr, and State, but the whole country stands S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, naied at iu course. It told the coun Art our tnU artcts !n ihat oity. and ara an-; try plainly, in July last, when it attempt-tbor-.ed to contract for advertising at our , auppreM , peaceable procession, loweet ntee. Advertiser in that city art i- I rr r quested to 1mt their favor with either of I that for power it would not hesitate to the abov houses. overthrow the fundamental principles of READDTC MM ON EVERY PAGE. REPUBLICAN PRIXART ELECTI05. At s meeting of tbe Republic 6tnding Committee of JuniaU county, held in MifBio. town, on Saturday. July 23d, tie following , .. . . " resolutions...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 16 August 1871

ft Janrata jSrnthtd. WSMIA MORKINO, ACO. 18. 1871. pSNNSTLVAKU RAUROAD.-ON AKC - . ftr.Sjnd7. May 14, 1871, fimnftr Tralas will 1mm Mifflin Statlea as follows: EAkTWAKD. Philadelphia EipreM.. 1,60 A. M Harrifb'K AccQtnmoaVo 11,00 A. M. Mail Train 6(c0 p. M. Cinciooati Express 8,60 P. M. WESTWARD. Cincinnati Express 1,30, A. M. First Pacific Express ... 3,1 A. M. Nail Train ZJIJ, P. M "Way Passeojer . 9,15 A.. M. JAMES NORTH, Ag't milTi tmiPHETT," 0. , 1. 0. O F. tueeia jd the first and tbird Tuesdrs f each month, ia tba Odd Fallows' Hall, Thoeapeoatown, Junista Co.. Pa , W.V1.J. DENKIS.C.P. W. C. Leo ah, Scnbt, TOWN ASU COUJiTKV. The martins have gone. E arnestly desired cooler weather. TwcOatlaui Sabbath School held a celebration on Saturday last. Gkratlv benefitted the aweet pota toes, by the late rains and sunshine. pTons M. Vijikr has sold hia Pboto griiptr Gallery to Joseph Hess, of Lan caster conntyT Noticr. Bloomsburg State Normal School will open August Slat, 1971. July 2Mw ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 16 August 1871

Til it I; I : ! J1 1 ;;i FARMERS COLUMN. FARM WEALTH OF PEXXSTLVA.MA. It baa become so much a habit to con eider the grand Commonwealth of Penn-r-ylvania as coal, iron, and petroleum State, tbat it is worth while to look at her now and then in her other rapacities. Taking soma of the returns of the re rent census fhowing the agricultural pro ductions of IViiu.lvaui.i in 1S70 and the v;ilue of her farms, farm Mock, farm implements Arc., we have set them side i("e with the returns for the same ar ticles ;iud eii'iji'cts as found in the c-ns-js rcttinis for the y;u-lSiiO and 1S50 re fpectivclj. l'Vym thfse our readers can judge how greatly the agricultural wealth .f " our State has increased, and how much more important the agricultural iiiti rest U than any and all other inter Mts. vast and influential as some of the i thew are. Igiiuiing with the caith value of the farms nf t lie State, our table shows that in 18-0. the aggregate valiif was -5407,S?0,099 ten years later in l'SCn, it ...

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