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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 27 September 1871

...... -V - . 1 . ; 1 'E-.X-i-w ZUt &nixt rstiBf!. ESTABLISHED IN 18G. PdtitnKD Etikt "WttDT Motxixo, Sndgt Street, opposite the Odd Fellows Hall, MIFFLISTOWS. PA. RAIES OP ADVERTISING. , r All tdvertisiag for lees than threw awwtiie for ene square ef nine lines or lets, win lt harged nnt insertion, 75 cent, three Sl.SO, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Administrator's, Esecutor'e and Auditor' Notice, $2.00. Professional and Bu-inee Cards, not exceeding one square, and inclu ding copy of paper, $9,00 per year. Notice in reading eoin -una. ten cents per line, tier chants advertising hy the year at special ratoa. S "mrr 8 month. 1 yrr. One square $ 3.50 ) 6.00 3 8.00 Two squares... 5.00' 8.00 11.00) Three squares 6,00 1O.0W iS,(n7 One-fourth eol'n. 10.00 17,00 2o,0O Half column...... 18.00 2S.0O - 45.00 One column 30.00 46.00 80.00 Til Josiata StsTintt ii published every Wednesday morning at $1.50 a yer, in ad vsaco; or $2,00 in all eases if net paid promptly la advance...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 27 September 1871

Juniata ntineL M1FFLISTOWS- TTetaeMtay Xornlncr, September 27," 1871. T 3., F. SCIHVEIER, EDITOR PBOPRIETOR. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. ' 1 ' AUDITOR OfcXFRAL : ' DAVID STANTON, j ... or Btivi couxrt. ' tURVFYOK OKXRRAL : ROBERT B. BEATH, " r eeHCTLItlLI. COCKTT. JUDICIAL TICKET. lion EEXJ. F. JUXKIX, Or FERST COCNTT. ASSOCIATE JUPGFS. DAVID M. JAMISCLN', OF rATETIK TOWNSHIP. J. W. BEALE, Or PER BTSVLLK. ' COCSTf TICKET. ASSEMBLY. ... XOAII HERTZLER, or TCBBETT TOWNSHir. TREASrRFR. W. C. LAIRD, OT PATIEBSOK. COMMISSIONBr., MICHAEL SIEBER, oi wALEta towhship. SURVEYOR, WILLIAM DUNN, Of PAYETTE TOWKSRir. AUDITOR. GEORGE B. SMELKER, or it e AroitA township - I it was not the general good that was GEO.P.ROWELL&CO,40ParkRow,NewYork;BO,lgJltbt the perpetuation of the S.M.PETTENGILL&CO.(37ParkRow,N.Y,rU,1''s';,mi,y;. , . ... Abraham Lmcoln issued bis eraancipa Are our o agente in that city, nnd are au- . . tborized to contract for advertising at our ' t"n proclamation for the furthcr...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 27 September 1871

t.Juttiaia jstntiirtl. WKDNE8DAT MORNING, SEPT. 27, 1871. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD ON AXD after Sunday. May 14. 1871, Passenger Trains will leav Mifflin Station as follows: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express.. 1,50 A. M Harr.sb'jj Accomuioda'n 11,00 A. M. Mail Train 6,50 P. M. Cincinnati Express 8,50 P. M. WEHTWARD. Cincinnati Express 1,30. A, M. Firat Pacific Express... 3,12 A. M. Mail Train 3,27. P. M Way Passenger 9,15 A. M. Jam ks north. a'i TOtVN Sl COLNTUY. L'eautiful 'lhe u'gliU. Eq-jal Tbe days aud nights. Lnok well Tlie new wheat fields. Rnl.ug;3 Ji.bn Kirk's store rooro Jjon't trade wish Democratic ring men. Heavy The frost last Thursday morn ing. Killed by the fog Jack Frost last Friday morning. LUone teeding The majority of farm- r3 iu this county." Still iu Ciiarleston. S. C The Yellow Fever. Pretty well sLot and scared off The fqniirels near t'ln'ri l'Idii't go up. but turned up Rogers' balloon on Saturday eveuiug. Past t he (vjuiuocdul storm as a consequence the weather is p...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 27 September 1871

FA RMEVS COL UMN. SURFACE MAXUKIXG. Nqw that the harvest is gathered and boused, mid the whca crop safely in the ground, the next enbject in order is that of manure how to reake the mos-t of the Fourees of supply at hand, end how to dispose of the manure when procured. Th supply of home-made manure can revet become adequate to our need, and it is only by means of the greatest care fu!uf8g and diligence that sufficient cm I e gat! ered u.g.-ther M keep life in our foil. Feed your Roil when it is htm- gvy'' fJf a" ol.l pn.veib, in which case j the jveverb is not "concentrated wisdom" ! at a I. nor indeed tvi.-dom of any hind i So:l thonld never he allowed to become i Imngiy. Before this can occur damage! is beii g done, to repair which will need rome manure to be expended, less for j present needs With nil ,,nr economy we shall never have manure sufficient to ! eupply our wants. It bliould therefore j be a matter of study how to apply what i we have or can prcinre. that it mav do ! " ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 4 October 1871

i f BAIES 0? ADVERTISING. All apf'l'tas foeJess tftasj tbrf aMntito foe reeJj.ru Si-or1 BfB line OrM W5JI bisr charged one insertion, 75 cents, three $1,6CV and 5o eents tor each subsequent insertion. Admin:atrator'e, Eteeutor's and Auditor' Notice-.. $2.1)0. Profeasioaal and - Bswinesa Cards, not eieeeding owe square, and inclu ding copy of paper, $8,00 peryear. Notice in reading eolamf. ten eents per iimt. Mer charts advertising by they ear at special rate i, , ,'3oata- Mii.' 1 yar. Onsiuar .$ ft.5A i' $ a.fx 3 00 Two S.UTM. 6,00 - 4 8.0O II.Ci Three squares..- ' .( -lft.0t 15,00 One-frnrth eol n. 10.n0 - 17.00 ' Za.lVI Half ooluuin 18.00 25.(3 45.00 : One column... . 3l,00 j j 45.00 . 80,00 Fridge Street, opposite the Odd fallows' Hall, MirrnxTOWS. pa. i - ; - Tat Jgmata SsimatL is published every Tveineaday morning at Sl.&O a year. U ai vanca ; or $2,00 ia H eases if sot paid promptly Sn advance. Ko subscriptions dis continued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the opt...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 4 October 1871

Juniata: Sentinel. MIFFLIJTitWS VIVneday Morolnp, October 4, 1871. B. F. SCHWEIER EDITOR PROPRIETOR. KEVUBUCAS STATE TICKET. AUDITOR fiKXKKAL : DAVID STANTON, Or SI A V Hi COL'kTV. TRVKYOH UKNRRAL : ROBERT B. BEATH, or CRCTLKll.L COCSTV. .JUDICIAL TICKET. Ho.v. BEXJ. F. JUXKIX, or rat by countt. A6SOCIATK JCDGrs,. DAVID M. JAMISOX, ov rTi:iTe Townitir. J. V. BE ALE, or rr.KEVdvi.iK. CvCXTl' TICKET. ASSKMBLV. NOAH HERTZLER, or tcsbitt roS6Hir. TIlKAsrRKK. W. C. LAIRD, or rATTMWS. COMMISSIONER, MICHAEL SIEBER, Or WAI.KIR TOWSfllir. MKVKYOR, WILLIAM DUXX, ol TAIEITE TOWNSHtr. ATPITOR. GEORGE B. SMELKER, Or TTSTAtOFA lOW.VSRir. GEO. P. R0WELL & CO, 40 Park Row, New York asi S. M. PETTENGILL 4 CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our V sgcnfs in that c:ty, nd are su - towrU qneyttd to leave beir favors with, either of the ahive bonnes. If the i'euiocrats secure the Legisla ture, IVnn"ylvania will be just one more f-'tate in the interest of free trade and pauper wages, and low prices for all t...

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

A 5 WEDNESDAY MORSINO, OCf. 4. J871. PE3S5TLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AXD after Sunday, May 14, 1871, Pwwupr Trains will leave Mifflin Station as follows: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express- l0 A. M HirriKb'ir Accotumoda'n 11.00 A. M. Mail Train 6,50 P. M. Cinciuoau Express 8,50 P. M. WESTWARD. f'ineinnatt Kxpress 1,30. Ai M. First Pacific Express... 3,12 A. M. Mail Train....... 3,2V. P. M Way Passenger 9.15 A. M. JAMES NOKTH. At't TOS AMO COUdTRl'. Scarce Local items, ' ' ' The time to catch fall-fish Sow. Coming rapidly Corn banking time. A 1 dead and (jotie to smash The Wtiitc Mali's Party." .tii exchange says that youug ladies pnfer those uenepapera which make the most hustle. Pretty well gotten op, but a question able political document The Irish poem in last week' Dtmocratic Sentinel. "Hard to beat The 9 ft pumpkin Irouglir to town by A. K Knuflman, of Walker township, and sold to Mr. Al bright, of the Juniata HotelT tbe day of the election have horses and wagons ready to convey the ag-e...

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

TbeCreat Medical Wscerer j j Dr. WALKER'S C " LIFORNIA VINEGAP. BITTERS si Hundreds cf Thousands ?f jear tttl oorv to frirlr Wonrler- fiii Curative Eff.-als. Sl.J s WHAT THEY?fs 4 THEY ARE NOT A VILE II FANCY DRINK,??, Marie of Poor Rrnn. Whiskey, Pro.f !MirliHftiid Itvfu LlquraocU.red,piced a:if1etreteacdto pleasts tne taste, culled "Ton ic" Appetizers," Restorers," c ttiat lead t:e t p?ler cn to drunkenness and ruia. bat&r atrne Medicine, made from the Native Kooteand Herbs of California, free I'rnin nil Alcohrllc irlinnlams. Thoy are the GKF.AT BI.OOD I'LUIFIIC and LIFE GIVING I'ltJN CJ lLE perfect Innovator a:.d lavlgotater of tiwSytein, carrying off all o.onii nrnttepand rertorlne ti? Kd to a heaitty eontlition. Xo p;raon caa Wfco Iris- l:tuarMcnLlttff to direc tion and remain Ions liawt'l. Frlnfluwia-.lry and (hranw Utica mntUm unci luuf, rvpp-.in i-r Tudi rentiou. miiauK, Urictitnit and lutrr mil: rut Frvfw. 134srape of the Itlood, Liver, Kidneys, and aiaddrr. taeac llll ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 11 October 1871
Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 11 October 1871
Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 11 October 1871

fyt Jamiti Safari. WtDJtESlMi MORNING. OCt. 11. 1871. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAR.ON AND iter Sunday, May 14, 18TI, Ptmnpr drains will leave Mifflin Station. s follows i EA&TWAan. ' Philadelphia Express.. 1.60 A. M liirrwbV Acconnuoda'o 11,00 A. M. Maii Train 6,60 P. M. Cioeiucati Express...... 8,50 P. M. WESTWARD. Cincinnati Express. 1,30. A. M. First Pacific Express... 3.12 A. M. Mt:l Train 8.87. P. M "Vy Paaaeuger 9.15 A. M. JAMRS NORTH. Aft TOrtS A,1l CUIHITKV. Faint and f.ur between The screech "of the Katydid. Still talked of The hear on the ridge north' of towu. Left his mark all around Jack Front. Passed around MifHiu tbis season Cir cose. They can he spared. fBj autiful beyond description The wood juat tiow DiMug talked of already TLauksgiv iug day. The free scliool at Reno's schont house was opened last Monday by JJr. I'y ingftr." Xkw Goods just receired at John W. Kirk's. TliK free schools iu this borough will commence oo Monday next. New Good at Strayer's, in Patterson Tha...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 11 October 1871

Jtiniata JSrotintl. , vi .. N I FH IN TO W N Wednesday Xsniag, October 11, 1871. F. SCIIWEIER, EDITOR PROPRIETOR. GEO. P. ROWELL t CO, 40 Park Row, New York ! aKI) C al DfTTrHCII I . m P..L Du. al V a..u.inllv...1.....,.,, Are our tole agents id lhal otry, ana are an- : Mifnintnwn, 154 thorited to eontraot for advertising at our : Fermanagh 171 lowed ra'ee. Advertisers in that city are le-' Patterson 104 quested to leave ibeir favors vita either of: Milford 187 th shove houses. ' Pcrrytvilla 0) i Payette 00 THE ELECTIONS. : Greenwood 00 ' Walker 2'iK Victory all Aloiiur the LinellnonTprBt a'oo4 Turbett 48 V"7,' "h!? r.!?f! " Iirora" M Aivjriiirf rimrinim mcir nunxrcDcv to tue Lepubileaa 4'tese. OUIl JUDICIAL DISTRICT. THE LEGISLATURE. THE COL STY TREASURER. Democratic Loss on the State Tiflrpf Philadelphia Lao gone Republican C- 000 to 8.000, and the State 15.000 and Upwards. Both blanches of the Legislature are Bepublicau. Ohio and Iowa each de- spruclieg My roll up a Republican ma...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 18 October 1871

5 5 2 v? Site 5JuiiaU rotinrl. ' ' ESTAftLWRED TJC 1846. ' 1,1 Pcaiisain Etirt Widkcspat Moaawo, Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall, - MirrirxTOws. pa. ThS JoxIata Sextissl U published every Wednesday morning at $1.60 a year, la ad ane ; or $2,00 in all eases if paid pronetly in advance. No i Descriptions dis continued until all arrearages are paid.Bnless at tbe opt ioc of th pablisber.- . . Easiness Carbsl JOUIS K. ATKINSON ' r'rI Attorney at; Law, t ' "miffllntowk, vx,t , . , , f4rColltcting and Conveyancing promptly attended to ' Office, eeed story of Coart House, above I'rotbonofary's office. 1 1 ' ' JOBERT Mt MEEN, - ATTORNEY AT LAW, ' MIFFLISTOWS, PA. -f Office on Bridge afreet. In tb room ibrmerly occupied hy Eira D. Parlrer, Esi. LF.X. K. McCLCEE, . ATTORNEY" AT LAW; 144 SOUTH SIXTH 8TREET. , i , . ! , -i ' PHILADELPHIA. Oft2; tf ' SB. LOCDEN, ' . . MIFFLINTOWN, PA., Offers bii service to the citizens of Juni ' county .h Auctioneer and Vendue Crier. r'brgea, from ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 18 October 1871

Juniata tnlineL uirrLi?TowN-, ' Weliiesday orator, October 18, 1871. B. F. SCHWEIER, ZDITOft A PKOPKIKTOR. GEO. P. R0WEIUCO.40 Park Row, New York S. M. PETTENGILL 4 CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are oar tolr aent in that city, and are au fbarized centra for advertising at onr lowed ra'e. Advertiser in that city are te quested to leave tbeir favor with either of fh shots hruses. No roller to Enforce Against the K ill of Uie People. Tbe world paused to read a second time) that cxpre.-ive sentence of teu tbort wwiii. It sounded strangely after tbe persistent effort of Andrew Johnson to defeat tbe will of the people a re peadedly expressed by tbeir represeuta tivea in Congress. Tbat sentence took the nation, aa it were, by storm. It was tbe announcement of a fundamental principle of oar government in eucL lan guage tbat it carried tbe conviction to the ardent and honest believers iu Repub lics, that the man wbo possessed tbe mili tary geniu to ctush the elavebolders' re bellion, also understo...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 18 October 1871

.-.a. 8 Janiati tnlinti. CDN ES0A1 MORNIXG, OCT. 18. 1871. PENNSYLVANIA RAtLROATh 0!f AM) after 8unday, May 14, 1871. Peaiir Trains will leave Mifflin Station a fallows: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express- 1,40 A. M Harrisb'g Aceouitnoda'n 11,00 A. M. Mail Train 6,50 P. M. Cioeiuoati Ex-press... 8,50 P. M WESTWARD. ' . Cincinnati Ex pre? 1,39. A. M. First Pacific Express... 3,12 A. M. Mail Train 8,27. P. M War Passenger... 9.15 A. M. JAMES NORTH. Aa't TOWS ASO COLJiTKY. Cokn-hikinu Las commenced. Largely ntieudcd 'ILe Fair at Perry ville.'last wei-k. A FI LL Ll a of Fall and Winter Goods freeh lrmn the city, just opened at Mar tin & Wallers'. Thomas A. Scott, Vice President of tlie Pennsylvania Railroad Company, contributed 85,000 to tlie CLicago suf tVrers. Wk bave been requested to state tbat there will be divine cervices in the Lost Creek Presbyterian Church, on Sabbath, the 29ih iust. TfiB common schools, opened in this borough on Monday moruing They ar- ti tight respectively by...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 18 October 1871

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. OBSTWATE HOUSES. A lion e "balks'" far or'tenerfrnin Mime, j to bitn, pnnd and ' mfficii-nt reason, tlmn , because he if obstinat, but occasionally bnr will make up hi mind not to go j ... part a c rtain place, and it is very likely that no amonut of whipping will foicel ' him to go. The first tiling which e!iouId, be don ) to asoeruiu if the load is too 1 - Leavy, if tb harness, is easy, if there j. are stones in tbe hoof or'aimliiiip;!. frightened the animal ; sometimes a liitk , YiatinrA and tuiltiutr u.tll ha auK.in 1. r -"yfc """" I and at anv rate will i far better lhani any amount of flagellation. ' There ' are' alo come simple d:vicet which are annie-n timea effective. The writer b'o 1msj1 teen a bone induced to move on, and that too, after he had been severely i beaten, by covering his eyes and breath-' inginto bin nostrils. In this instance the , operator simple place I his hands as close- j ly as pose ihle over the animal's eye, and i lireaihed two or ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 25 October 1871

ESTABLISHED IS M6. rcoLuntB Every Widxisday Moftzixe, Bridge Street, opposite tbc Odd Fellows' HU, MIFFLINTOWN, PA. ta Joniat Scntixil to published every Wednesday naming at $1,60 a year, lb ad vanee ; or $2,00 in all casta if not paid promptly in advance. No subscriptions dis continued until all arrearage art paid, ualesa at the opfion-ef the publisher. Easiness (Earbs. -JOLIS K. ATKINSON. Vt-torney at -.Law, MIFFLINTOWN, PA. (ay-Coll ctiug and Conveyancing promptly BttenJed to. OfEre, second story of Court House, above Protbonotary's office. jiOBERT McMEEN. ATTORNEY AT LAW, MIFFLINTOWN, PA. Office on Uri dge street, in tbe room formerly occupied by Eire D. Parser, Esq. A LEX. K. McCLl'RE. ATTORNEY AT LAW. HI SOUTH SIXTH STREET. PHILADELPHIA. . .; I oet27 tf g B. LOCDEX MIFFLIXTOWN, 1A., Olfers bis services to the citizens of Juni ata county ait Auctioneer and Vendue Crier. Charges, from two to ten dollars. Satisfac tion warranted. . novS-Sin. DR. P. C. RUXDIO, PATTERSON, PENS' A, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 25 October 1871

Juniata Sentinel. MirrtiNTowi- Wednesday Benin, October 2S, 1871. B. F. SCIIWEIER, EDITOR a PROPEIETOR. 6E0. P. ROWELL&CO.40 Park Row, New York axn S. M. PETTENGILL L CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our toU stents in thai eity, and are an- uwun m ccmceci ior advertising at our lowest rates. Advertiser, in that eity are te- nuested to leave their favors with cither of tb. ahov. houses. READING- MATTER ON EVERT PAGE. 1 Democratic Outrage. On Tuesday, the 1 7th inst., the return judges uf tile, Nineteen tb Senatorial Dis trict mt ut farlia' f,rv I, n . . . , , ,. . , ' , Democrat and Kepublican believed to , , caei up me Mjvrrai coumy returns aua j make out certificates of election fur those persons who received tbe highest num ber uf votes cast at tbe late election. In tbe catt up of votes in said District, composed of the counties nf Cumber Nnd and Franklin. J. M. Weakely, Re publican, Lad a clear majority nf 803 votes over II ;nry R. Pfeiffor, Democrat There waa only oue duty here f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 25 October 1871

$j;t Juniata Stntmel. ? EDSE8UAY MORNING, OCT. 25. 1871. assa a. - a.rf-W .". PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Olf AND fter Sunday, May 14, 1871, Ptwflftr Trainn will leave Mifflin Station m follows: EASTWARD. f hUadelpbit Kipre.. 1.20 A. M Harnsb'tf Accomtnoda'n 11,00 A. M. Mail Train - 8.S0 P. M. Cincinnati Express...... 8,50 P. M. WEBTWAKlt. Cincinnati Express 1,30. A. M. First Pacific Express ... 3,12 A. M. Mail Train .. S.27, P. M W Passenger 9.15 A. M. JAMES NORTH. Af'l TOWS ASO CUUNTKY. Coming in regular time winter. Grand autumn days Sunday and Mon day. "A paper that ttkee A sheriff's war rant. "A question of time Asking a ladj hit ape " Appear and disappears every day Jack Frust. A man in Midi in comity raised a ecv an p'mnd sweet potatoV A wit t aid that " the lady that took everybody's eye must have had quite a lot of thcin." Wanted A girl to do general houw work. Apply to John Graylill, of this place. J"?QCtBR Jacobs in putting ap aoothei office on hia lot on Bridge street, east o...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 25 October 1871

1?lJLi: KUKJLUX. Important Proclamation by the President. REBELLION AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT. Writ cf Habeas Corpus Sutpnrtti rn Cerium Counties f South Carolina. Bt thi rBBsirrrr or the Uhited States A Proclamation. Whereas, By an act of Congress, mi titled. "An act to enforce tlin nrnvisinna I of the Fourteenth Am-Mi imetit to the Couslit'itiou of tlie United Slate, and for nthor pnrnose,'' approved the 20th day of A nil, 1S7 1 , power is given to the Preeidct.t of lb Uuitnl Slates), when in his judgment the public safety sball require it, to enspfiid the privileges of the writ of habeas corpus in any State or 'Mit of a Slate, w hen combinations i conspiracies ni.t in any such f-tate or pait of a State for the purpose of de j riviiiw any portion or clat-u of the peo ple of such State of the rights, privileges, immunities and protection named iu the I o.if'itwion of the Uni;e Stales, and necur'-d by the act of Congress aforesaid, jmd uLe-m-vfT such comhinations aud conspiracies do eo...

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