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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 13 December 1871

Zlit amatj jrattucl. ESTABLISHED IN 1846. PCILISIIID ETEKT WlDHiaDAT Morxiko, Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall, MIFFLIXTOWN. PA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. All advertising for less than three months' for one square ef nine lines or less, will bo charged line insertion, 75 cents, three $1,60 and 60 cents for each subsequent insertion. . Administrator's, Executor's and Auditor'! Notices, $2,00. Professional and Business Cards, not exceeding; one square, and inclu ding copy of paper, $8,00 per year. Notices in reading coluicns, ten cents per Una. Mer chants advertising by they ear at special rate. 3 "onlht- 6 month. 1 ytar. One square- $ 3.50 $ 6.00 $ 8.00 mm 3 1 T Juniata Ssstinel is published every Wednesday morning t $1,60 a year, in ad vance; or $2,00 in all cases if not paid B. F. SCHWEIER, TBI COHSTITUTIOI TUB tJSIOM A BID TH CKrOBCZaCIT Of THE LAWS. EDITOR AXD PROPRIETOR. j Two squares.'.-.... 6,00 8.00 11,00 Three squares.... 6,00 10,00 15,00 One-fourth col'n. 10.00 17,...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 13 December 1871

Juniata Sentinel. MIFFLINTOWN W4rrt4ay Horning, December IS, 1871. B. F; SCHWEIER, EDITOR PROPRIETOR. GEO. P. R0WELL&C0.40 Park Row, New York S. M. PETTENGILL 4 CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our sole agents in that city, and are au thorised to contract for advertising at our lowest rates. Advertisers in that city are te quested to leave their favors with either of the ahoTe houses. READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. Acknowledgements. We re in receipt of an invitation from the President of the Board 'of I'uUic Charities to visit tlit-ir rooms in I'll ila.de! phia. Tbe President has our thanks for the kind remembrance. We are also in receipt of a pamphlet coj.y of the President' message from Hou. John 1. Packer. Mr. Packer will please accept our thanks for the favor. Boston, lust Friday, t-ntettaiued the Grand Duke Alexis. Curtain Frenchtneu are looking for lie return f Napoleon. Mrs Wh arton is on trial at Annapo lis, M. D., for the murder of General Ketchum TllK ('onrt House, Episcopal...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 13 December 1871

Cjjt Juniata Sentinel. WEDNESDAY M0R5ING, DEC. 13. 1871. PESS3TLVAXIA RAILROAD. ON AND after Sanity, Nov. 12, 1871, Passenger Trains will leave Mifflin Station as follow! : AHT WARD Philadelphia Express.. 12,50 A. M Fast Lin 2.22 A. M. lc. Exp. (don't stop) 10,05 A. M. HarrisbV Acconimoda'n 11,23 A. M. Mail Train 5,23 P.M. Cincinnati Express 8,50 P. M. WESTWARD. Southern Express 2,34 A. M. Through l'asscnger 4.53 A. M. Tacific Expren 5,5G A. M. Wajr Passenger 9,44 A. M. Cincinnati Express 12 26 P. M. Mail Train 8,27 P. M Fast Line 6.26 P.M. JAMES NORTH. Ag't TOWS AND COUNTRY. Ice-bonnd The river. Could be filled now Ice houses. Patterson had only one case of email pox.J X cure for night mare Pay the prin ter. rXot fashionable among Mifflin ladies Skating Populat among the people. Judge Jnnkin. Smooth The roads. Something that every one knows There are several new cases of small pox in Lewistown. Divided on the new departure, called passivism The Democratic party. Marriage is often t...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 13 December 1871

rnrsiDENi's message. Coatinned from First Page. a territorial government was organi zed in the District of Columbia. Its results have thus far fully realized the expectation-! of the advocates. Un der the direction of the territory's offi cers a system of improvements have been inaugurated, by means of which Washington is rapidly becoming a city worthy of the national's capital. The citizens of the district, having voluntarily taxed themM vcs to a large amount for the purjose of contribu ting to the adornment of the seat of government, I recommend liberal ap propriating on the part of congress in order that the government may bear its jut share of the expense of carrying out a judicious svstem of im prove. nents. iy the great fire in Chicag) the most important of the government buildings in the citv were consumed. Those burned has already becom j inadtquatc to the wants of the government in t lie growing city, and, looking to the near future, were total ly inadequate. I recommend, t...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 20 December 1871

bate AfimnsrsG: All advertising' fot len than three oonta for one square of nine lives at less, will be charged oae insertion, 75 cents, three "Jl.50, and 60 cenU for each subMqtM! ia-atrtian. Administrator's. Executor's aaJ A4itot'i Notices, $2,00. Professional and BasinaM Cards, not exceeding on square, and raelav ding copy of paper, $8,00 per year 5otitf in rending columns, ten cents per line. Afar ' chants advertising by they ear at special rates. 3 Tonthf 6 mfi. 1 yeer. One square $ 3.50 $ 5.00 $ 8.00 Two squares 5,CO 8.00 " 11.00 Three squares. 6,00 10,00 15,00 One-fourth eol'n. 10,00 17,00 29,00 Half column 18,00 " 25.f0 46,00 One column 30.00 45.00 " 80.00 In r h ESTABLISHED IN 1846. PCBllSHtw ErtlT WKDXVaDAT MGltXISO, Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall, . " MIFFLINTOWN. PA. 1 Turn Jusiata SxsTixtb is published every Wednesday morning at $1,50 a year, in ad- i1 vaacc; r ?-,"o in an cases u noi paia j 11. r , scitntJtaj, promptly in advance. No subscriptions dis- c...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 20 December 1871

Juniata fnimel MIFFLINTOWN Wednesday Homing, December SO, 1871. B. F. 8CHWEIER, EDITOR PROPRIETOR. GEO. P. ROWELL & CO, 40 Park Row, New York S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are oor tol agents io that city, and are au thorised to contract for advertising at our lowest ratea. Advertisers in that city are te quested to leVre -their faron with either of the aheve houses. READING MATTER ON EYERY PAGE. Russia and Twkey are on the eve of another quarrel, it is said. The project of a ebip canal around Niagara Falls ia talked of. A tunsel between England and France ia again talked of. A FIB K in ilouesdale, Orange county, destroyed 550.000 worth of property. All losses' covered Ly insurance. CLUeSfcRKT, (.lie American Commu nist, has gone to Mexico to command the army of Juarrc as agtitist the rebels. A ffli.ow named Kel'.ey fatally e tab bed a fast woman named Moliie Forhoe Hnrinp a quarrel in a saloon, at Keno. Nevada, last week. Lkadino members of the Democratic party ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 20 December 1871

gty I inula titfinel. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DEC. 20, 1871. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND after Sunday, Not. 12, 1871, Passenger Trains will leave Mifflin Station as follows: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express.. 12,50 A. M Tut Line 2,22 A. M. Pe. Kxp. (don't stop) 10,05 A. M. Harrisb'g Accommoda'n 11,2? A. M. J MailTraiu 5,23 P.M. Cincinnati Express 8,50 P. M. WESTWARD. Soutliern Express 2,34 A. M. Through l'asaenger 4,53 A. M. Pacific Express 5,50 A. M Way Passenger..,. .... 9,44. A. M. Cincinnati Eipre;s..:.... 12.20 P. M. Hail Train 3,27 P. M Fast Line 6.20 P. M. Mixed Train 8.15 P. M JAMES NORTH, Ag't STJNBURT & LEWISTOWN RAILROAD. On and atttr Friday, Dee. t, 1871, trains will run on theSuLburjr and Lewistowu Rail road as follows : I.IA.VI LIATI WBSTWAKD. STATIONS. EASTWARD. Mixed. Mail. Mail. Mixed. A. H. A- U. p. M. A. M 11.40 6.80 Sunbury 3.86 10.30 12.08 6.60 Selinsgrove 3.15 9.59 12.21 6.05 Pawling 8 00 9.40 12 32 7.16 Kreamer 2.49 9.29 12.38 7.22 Meiser's 2.43 9.23 12.63 7.87...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 20 December 1871

M1SCELLAXE0US. PITTI50 FROS SMALL-POX The terrible seaniiug and pitting of tlie face, neck and other exposed parts of the body, consequent upon tlie severe at-.-.I r .1 11 it i m - ."". It m noticeable, However, mat the scalp is always eiempted from marks, even af J 1 ter the severest form of the disease the covering afforded hy the hair preserving it from pitting. I'crr.euibeiiiig this fact it recently occurred to an English physi ciau, while watching a photographer using cuttou-wool to shut out lights in the process, of "vigiu t:i:ir" photographs. b. , m ,.;-! ;r !, t.. i , - - . i give a protecting it fitunee somewhat similar to that afforded to I he scalp by the hair, acd thereby proviit or modify the subsequent pitting. Having under treatment a couple of cases of convales cent small poi, he tlurcfore applied cotton-wool to protect the ficc. The dis ease hi each case was of the distinct tmm. One of the two, a tfirl, age fifteen j ears, had an abundant eruption, whirh in the unpr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 3 January 1872

WWW J L 5SSWWH?n trxc RATES OF ADYERTISI3G. . . , AU advertising for less ttran three month for on square of nine lines ot tesw, 111 h ebarged one insertion, 75 cents', fSfee $2.6 and 50 cents for each subsequent rertio.- Administrator's. Kieeutor'o and AfrAfor'a Notices, $2,00. Professional and Sftsines Cards, not exceeding oao square, and tteltf dijt aopy of paper, $8,00 per year. - KoMc in reading columns, ton cents per line. 11 eT ehants advertising by the year at special rate. 3 -m(A- 6 mantis. ' 1 tr. One square $ 8.50 - 5.00 8.00 Two squares 5,00 8.00 1I.PO Three squares. . 6,00 " 10.00 15,00 One-fourth ol 10.00 . 17,00 - 25,00 Half eolwain . 18,00 S.rO 45,00 One column 30.00 45.00 80.00 ESTABLISHED IN M46. TcaLIIBCD ErCKT VtMIIMT MolSO, Bridge Street, opposite the 011 Fellows' ITall, MIFFLINTOWN. PA. The Jbsuta Scstisit, ii published eTery Wednesday morning it $1,60 a year, in ad vene ; or $2,00 in alt cases if not paid promptly in advance. No subscriptions dis continued nmi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 3 January 1872

Juniata Jntmel. UirFLUTOWN- ; Wednesday Horning, January 3, 1872. B. F. SCIIWEIER, EDITOR PROPRIETOR. GEO. P. ROWELL 4 CO, 40 Park Row, New York S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our sole iirnU ia that cil y, and are au thorized to contract for advertising at our lowest rates. Advertisers in that city are te- quesled to leave their favors with either of the above houses. wm matter m EVERY page. Miss Laura A Berry is a notary pub lic at Davenport, Iowa. M. Hki.vrk h is the name of a French man who has invented a new guillotime. Thk impeachment measures against Governor Fcott, of South Carolina, were defeated. The Free Traders have organited strong lobby to operate on Congress this winter. Christmas was a serious day in Salina, Kansas. A fire there on that day de stroyed $75 000 worth of property. Humphrey Marshall, of Kentucky, weighs over four hundred pounds, and has a girth around the waist of four yards. Dr. Ebknuzeb Royden, aged 70 year?, a citizen of Massachuset...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 3 January 1872

fyt I Junta &tnthr.l. WGDffBST'At : MORKISO, JAN. 5,' 1H72. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. OS AND after Sunday, Not. 12, 1871, Passenger Trains will leave Mifflin Station as follows: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express..", 12,50 A. M.. Fast Line 2,22 A. M. Pac. Exp. (don't stop) 10,05 A. M. Harrisb'g Accoinmoda'n 11,23 A. M. Mail Train 1.. 5,23 P.M. '. Ciaoiooati Express 8,50 P. M. . WESTWARD. Sotttbern Express. 2,34 A. M. Throngb Passenger.!. ... 4, 53 A. M. i Pacific Express 5,56 A. M. Way Passenger 9,44 A. M. Cincinnati Express 12,2G P. M. Mail Train. - 3,27 P. M Ft Line... '6.2G P. M. Mixed Train ........ 8,15 P. M . JAMES NORTH, Ag't SUNBl'RV & LEWISTOWN RAILROAD. On cat after Friday, Dec. 1. 1871, train trill run on the Sucbury and Lewistown Rail road as follows : MATS WESTWARD. IIAVI EASTWARD. STATIONS. Mixed. Mail. Mail. Mixed. A. M. A. M. P. X. A. M 11.40 6.80 Sunbury 3.35 10.80 12.06 6 60 Selinsgrove 3.1$ 99 12 21 C.Oi Pawling - 8 00 9.40 12 32 7.1l Kreamer 2.49 9.29 12.38 7.22...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 3 January 1872

?8i$ffllanfts. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD THRIFT- In passing through the country, why i it that we see ouley a. few farmers that teem to be well fenced, and on which the dwellings and other farm buildings are in good repair? These few farmes are always ree from weeds, aud iuvariablw j eld good crops of all kinds. The owner of these promises attend to their business of farming. They get their ! crops in at the proper season, and harvest them when they are properly matured Their cash account is always in their favor, the balance being on the right side They have no time to waste at the taverns or groceries. If they have spare time, it is devoted to reading and self culture. They always subscribe, and pay for their local paper first, and others are not dis carded. They and their families are well , inforu ed upon the current topics of the dy. Their children are educated, well j clad, and well bred. These man are the i substantial aud iuflueutiul nieu of the town. They keep it respectable. They...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 10 January 1872

jT.fc-a . -je Zhe g&utts jtatittft. ' URATES 0? ADVERTISING- Att adrertiiid'g for lpa taaa dtra moths for one square ef nine Vines or less, will bt charged one insertion, 75 cents, three and 50 cents for aacb. lubecqaent insertion. Administrator's. Executor' and Auditor's Notices, $2,00. Professional ad Business Cards, not exceeding one equart.'aad -including copy of paper, $8,00 par year. Koiicss in reading columns, ten cents per line. 11 er chants adtett ismg bj tbe fear at special rates. - -3wwift' t monthi.' &far. ESTABLISHED IN )84G. V"" , rc(Liaaci Etiri Widsisdat Mobjuko, Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fellow' lUll, MIFFLINTOWN. PA. Tii Juniata Sistihcl it published everT . Wednesday morning at $1,60 a year, in ad-1 : -vance ; or $2,00 in all cases if not paid ! promptly in adrance. No subscriptions dis-1 ontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at tae option of the publisher. One square $ 8.60 $ 5.DC, Two squares 5,00 S 8,0,- Three squares.-. 6.00'" 10.00 Onc-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 10 January 1872

Juniata Jleittinri. MIFFLINTOWN Wrtwewaay raiar, Jmihj 10, 1872. B. F. SCIIWEIER, EDITOR ft PROPRIETOR. GEO. P. ROWELL & CO, 40 Park Row, New York AMD S. M. PETTEN6ILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our tolt agents in I hat oilj, and are aa thariied to contract for advertising at our lowest rates. Advertisers in that city are te qnested to leave their favors with either of i ho above bouse. READING MATTER OK EYERY PAGE. Acknowledgments. Onr thanks are tendered to Ilia Excel fenry Joliu VV. Geary. Hon J. P. Wick et r ham, Hon. J. F. Hartranft, Hon. .Ia cob M. Campbell and James M. Swank, Esq , for public documents. Senator Rutan is Speaker of the State Senate. Representative Elliott is Speak er of the House. General Sheridan expects to take I'riuce Alexis nut buffalo hunting about the middle of this month. Governor Warmouth and the Legisla ture of Louisiana are in dispute. The trouble appears to be about tbe Speaker ship of the House. A writ of election for Senator in the 4th ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 10 January 1872

ftjjf; janiala . 3tnlincL fTEDSESUAl MORKINOAX. 10. 1872. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND after Sunday, Nor. 12, 1871, Ptwipr trains will leave Mifflin Station m follow : EASTWARD. Pkikdalphia xpiM.. 12,50 A. M fut Line 2,22 A. M. Pac Exp. (don't stop) 10,05 A. M. Uarrssb'g Accomtnoda'o 11,23 A. H. Mad Train 5,23 P.M. Cincinnati Express 8,50 P. M. WESTWARD. Southern Expreta. 2.31 A. M. Through PasMnger 4,53 A. M. Pacific Expres 5,56 A. M. Way Passenger 9,44 A. M. Cincinnati Exprers 12.2G P. M. Mail Train 3,27 P. M Fast Line .. 6.26 P. M. Mixed Train 8.15 P. M JAMES NORTH, Ag't OUNBCRV 4 LEW1STOWN RAILROAD. O Oa and after Friday, loe. 1. 1871, trains will run on tbeSunbury and Le wist own Rail road ai follows : WESTWARD. STATIONS. RASTWAHD. Mixed. Mail. Mail. Mixei. A. U. A. M. r. M. A. H 11.40 C.30 Sunbury 3.36 10.30 12.00 6 SO Selinsgrove 3.15 9.59 12.21 G.06 Pawling 3 0O 9.40 12 82 7.18 Kreamer 2.49 9.29 12.38 7.22 Meiser'i 2.43 9.23 1263 7.87 Middleburg 2.28 9.08 1.08 7.62 Denfer 2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 10 January 1872

MISCELLANEOUS. . Letter From New. York. ! Ueluti i Hospital Medical College, Editoe Skxtinkc: Dear S r. Yes-j trrday was "merry Christmas." And.l being a ! olid.iy with us, we cast about tiow we might foetid it most pleasantly and profitably. "Five Poiuts" wu sug gested. And tli -re we wrnded our way along Third avenue to. the JJowery, and down Uowery to Worth St., through throng of idle loungers and those, who like ourselves, were soeiing where best tbey. miht be entertained, passed show windows, filled with gay and beautiful holiday goods, aud peripatetic notion- dealers, vending lUeir ware hy the way, i HOW TO TALK Knd brer -Harden, filled wiih the flow- J , No 0,her UmiI( e,iains so much useful in- ers of IWthtis wLo were bent on ' "(ruction on the subject as this. It teaclios h, . r - ., .r ..a how to speak enireetly. elearlv, fluently, for- av.ng a lea. t of p.r,l if not a "flow of j cibly eloquenlljr ,,, WccliTe,y i the shop nul " Arriving at Worth St, (lately and in the draw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 17 January 1872

Zit Juniata tntinrl. S9T.1B.LI9UED IX 166. rilUIUI KTIHt Wlbnt.SAY MOUBI, Bndg Strt.t, opposite the Odd Fellows' Ball, MlFFtlSTOWy. PA. Ta Jim lit a Sixtixxl i. puMish.d .very I Wednesday morning at $1,60 a year, ia ad-j . fM ; or $2,00 in U etui if not paid promptly i advanc No subscriptions dis ewtiaaed nul (11 arrearages arc paid, unlet ! t tbe option of the publisher. j business Curbs. j JOUIS E. ATKINSON". Attorney at Law, M1FFLIXTOWX, PA. nPCeUeting and Conveyancing promptly attended to. Office, tecond story of Court Home, aboTt Proihenot.ry. office. JOBERT McMEEX. ATTORNEY AT LAW, MIFFLIXTOWS, Vi. Offle. on Bridge .tree, j in the room .orm.rl, , eeupied by fcsra V. I art er, tso,. , . i C B. LULDt, j ivrmrv x l i Offers his services to the citizens of Juni-. ata eounty as Auc'ioncer and Vendua Crier. Charges, from two :o lea dullai. Satisfnc- j li.a warranted. novS-Sai. I - - , DR. P. C. RUNDIO, I i TO TT fH. fl TT PATTEUSOX, PEXX'A. August 18. 180'J-if. THOMAS A. ELDER, M. U...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 17 January 1872

Juniata nimd. MJFFLIPTOWN Wednesday ruing, January 17, 1872. B. F. SCHWEIER, EDITOR k PROPRIETOR. G EO. P. ROWELL 4 CO, 40 Park Row, New York S. M. PETTENGILL L CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our agents in I bal city, and are au thorized to contract for advertising at our lowest raies. Advertiser in that eity are le quested to leave tbeir favors with either of ih above houses. READING- MATTES ON E7ERT PAGE. Metting of the State Central Cetniuittee. The members of trie Republican Sute Central Committee will meet in the citj f Harrisburg, .Jlmrarlay afternoon, at four o'clock, Jauuary 25, 1S72. Kl'S.iH.L Errktt, Cbairmaa. The insurrection' in Mexico is still ri"grens. Six Japanese joiths arc to be admitted to ibe Military Academy at West Poiut. Major. Gb.veual ii W. IIallei k died at bis Lome in Louieviile, KyM on the 9th inst , aged 56 years Hon R. M. Mack is y was re-elected f-'Ute Treasurer on the 10th inst , this being Lis third term. Tilt Franklin Ktpository aud Belle foute Republic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 17 January 1872

-7 r: si Cip jamatj Sentinel. VEDXBSbAl MORNING. JAN. 17. 1872. PKNNSTLVASIA RAILROAD. ON AND after Sanity, Not. 12, 1871, Passenger Trains will leava Mifflin Station asfollom: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express.. 12,50 A. M Fmet Line 2,82 A.' M. I'ac. Exp. (dou't stop) 10,05 A. M. Harrisb'g Aeeontmoda'n 11,28 A. M. Mail Train. . 5,23 P. M. Cincinnati Express...... 8,50 P. M. WESTWARD. Southern Express 2,34 A. M. Tlrongli Passenger....".. 4,53 A. M. Pacific Express 5,56 A. M. . Way Passenger 0,44 A. M. Cincinnati Express 12.26 P. M. Mail Train... 3,27 P. M Fast Line 6.26 P. M. Mixed Train 8.15 P. 51 JAMES NORTH, Ag't Sl'NBCRT & LKW1STOWN RAILROAD. On and after Friday, Dee. 1. 1871, trains will run on theSunbury and Lewistowo Rail read as follows : l.tATI IIAVI WESTWARD STATIONS. FASTWAIiD. Mixed. A. M 10.3.1 . 9.59 9.40 9. -'9 9 2 9 08 I'jjjj ".-? - g 5.30 i" a fi.f0j Trains com eel wiib Way Passenger and Mail traina w, and Ilarriaburg Accomn.o- dation and Mail trains east at Lewitt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 17 January 1872

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. JTDttlSB THE ABE OF POCLTBT. Few Iionsekeopers, and fewer cooks, are as good judges of the age of poultry aa tlier ought to be. We all know when poultry comes upon the table, whether it is tender or tough ; and there should be no difficulty of knowing just as certainly whether a chicken, duck, goose, or turkey is old or young, whi n ii is offered for sale. Now, the following is t.ffen d as a rule by which, if read over a few times, and then j I.: - r... .....j.. ... c. .i I needed, no person need purchase old, t mgh poultry unless fionj choice: If a hen's spur if liaid, and the stale on the leg rough, the is old, whether you see her head or cot ; hut the head will coirohorate vrur observation. If the under hill is so stiff that you cannot bend it down, and the comb thick and rough leave her, no matter bc-.v fat and plump, f..r r.m.e one lee. particular. A young i , .. e ., lieu has only t.e rudiiiienls of spurs ; the scales on the legs smooth, glossy, and fresh c...

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