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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 March 1874

B. F. SCHVVEIEH, THE CONSTITUTION' THE UNION A5D THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOI XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., MARCH IS, 1874. NO. 11. Poetry. Life's Question. Drifting away Lik. mote on th. stream, T-dmr' disappointment, Yesterday'e drama ; Ever resolving, Verer V Mod Sneh is oar progress : Where is th sndr Whirling K war Lik. leaf on th. vial. Points of attachment Left daily behind; Fixed to n. principle. Fact to no friend Soch oar fidelity : Where U the end Floating away Like a cioad on the hill. Pendulous, trema'.oaa. Migrating still ; Where to repose oarselTee? Whllher to tend? Sach oar cuaistency : Where it the nd Crystal the pavement Seen throat; h the stream ; F.rm the reality Under the dream. We may not feel it, fitlll e mar mend. How ve have conquered, Kot known till the end. Bright learea may scatter. Sports of the wind ; Bat stands through the wiit t The great tree behind. Frost shall not writhr it ; Storms cannot bend Bouts flrmly ...

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. — 18 March 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. Weanes-dar. .March 18, 18T4. B. Pi SCIMVEIEtt, tnlrot asd norsirroK. Charles (uuiner. Cbaries Sumner it dead. lie . taken ill io Li plsee in the United Stales Senate in the afternoon of the 10th inst., and on the night of that day rapidly rcw worse of heart disease. At 6 o'clock on Wednesday morning, the llth, the painful announcement was made that the great St hater lay co lii death bed, auJ fliaf Lut a few boura at most of life were his. At two o'clock and filtj minutes of that da; the llth be diet?. An hoar afterward the cad news Lad beeti clicked in every capita! and chief thoroughfare in the ciriiiicd world. So tudden iu the announcement that the nation a., as tt were, shocked to a momentary stillness. Business; was suspended at the White House; Congress adjourned; lgal bnntness in the Courts was postponed an3 judges doffrd (he eraiine and came dofc'a from the bench ; Legislatures ad journed, and the public paused in its rush, and in subdu...

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. — 18 March 1874

n r n Tsui ii&. 'J" SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN I OVN: Wednesday. March IS. 1ST4. PEKK'A. Pw RETIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Station as follow: EASTWARD Phiadelphia Express, 1 25 a m. Fast (.me, 8 20 a m. Harrisburg Accouinio., 11 -JH a ra. Vail, 6 12 pm. Faeific Exprt-ss, 10 13 am. Cincinnati Express, 8 60 p m. rTf.ti. ritl'burg Express, 1 21 a m. Cincinnati Express, 2 23 a m. Pacific, 6 UO a m. Wav l'asserger, 10 04 a m. Nail", . JH p m. Fsst Line, 6 Si p lu. Mifliin, Xov 2, 1373. LOCJL ISTELLlGLXVt. Locus'- Grove wants a post o&oe. Bess's Gailery is the place to get tout picture taken. Tom Hamilton his changed his deck boat to an OJH.-U buit, Ferdinand Rohm is preparing to erect a Vif.Jing on his lot oa .Vain street, Patter son. The ground hog turned tail last week, and tow everybody says he is a false prophet. Stewart UcCullouph and Jacob Lemon lauded a car-load ol Iowa horses at Perry s i!'t Ut week. See advertisement of sale of a farm in Ftale tow i....

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 March 1874

AOBICTLITBB r THS EaSTERS STATES. In spite of all that is said in many quarters, there seems to be no doubt that there is a decline in the agriculture of some of the Eastern States. Build ing on this fact, writers have attributed it to wrong methods of culture, and anraed for a change in the system em ployed. But the fact is that it is the acreage in proportion to population which has declined. The laud culti rated really produces more instead of less ; and the average yield of wheat per acre is really higher in many in stances, than in some of the best wheat regions of the West. The American Agriculturist has re cently been ventilating this subject, and shows that it is not thut the land is worn out, but that the people can make more out of their water power than out of their land power, and it is reasonable that people should always turn their attention to that which pays them best. The Agriculturist article is so well to the point, that we quote the following from it : A single f...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 March 1874

a tot 4 1ICI1. B. F. SCHWEIER, THE C0STITCTI05 THB TJ5ION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietors VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLIKTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY, PENIVA., MARCH 25, 1S74. NO. 12. Poetry. Bear I us the Cross. TSAL4TCB Fioa Til HIIU. fhe bMTlar era, th. hiw kum, o erae wltboet, m Ooe with la ; Death, jadf meet, from th kail are erWea. Amlaet the werla'a falea flare ul 41m, O I happy he. wlik aU hia wee. Whom Gga hats Mt beaeeth the ctm The heavier eroee. tk better ChrUtlaa : TkU to the toachetoae Oat appllee; Bjw maay a tardea womle Ua waauar , Pawet by eeewere from weepta eyee 1 Th. (ola by Ira im poriaea Tka Cari.Ua. to by troabl. trie. The heavier croM, tha atroaf er faith : Tkt loaded palm atrikaa deeper root ; Tba viae J ale. .weetly Uua.th. l mi have preeeea tka e'esterlaf frmit ; Aad coaraf a f row. where daagera eume, Lika paarU baaeatk tha aalt aea foam. Tka heavier creae, tha heartier prayer: Tka bralaed berba moat fragrant ara ; If wind aad ky wara alwaya fair, Tb...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 March 1874

MM SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOW.V. Wednesday, March , 1974. B. F. S C II V EIEIl, ECITOS and r-aoprirToa. The. Liquor People, and tlic Temiifrale llabiH of (lie Jent nnd .4) mlsSi.' Tlrs moit perplexing question that confronts tbe liquor men is the women's movement against tlie traffic. Tliejr Lave Io)kr4 at all its phrases carefully, iriih thetjcttf discovt-ring plabe through which ttsy might assail it and break it up. Thus far every at tempt in that direction has resulted in complete failure. hen tbe move ment was first heralded in ths Eastern nd Middle States, liquor men, and men who loved their schnnps, said tbe U est- j ern wmien in the movement were fanat ical, crszy, and bad ; but reliable in formation from Western States pro nounced the women engaged in the work in the West most respectable and worthy cf confidence ; io that effuit at prejudicing has bein a complete fail ure. Siuce these first days and first announcements of the movement a!! of the Northern States ha...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 March 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN! ONVN: Wednesday, March M. I-4V1. PESN'A. E. ETIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Station as follows: IASTWARD. Phiadelphia Express, 1 25 a m. Fast Line, 3 20 a m. Marmburg Accommo., 11 28 i m. Mail, C 12 p in. Pacific Express, 10 13 a m. Cincinnati Express, 8 60 p ra. trwin. Pittsburg Express, 1 20 a m. Cincinnati Express, 2 23 a m. Pacific, 6 0)i m. Wav Passenger, 1'J 04 a m. Mail", 3 3H p tu. last I. in'. 6 33 p in. Mifflin, Nov 2, 1873. LOCAL IXTELLlGEXCt.. The water is in the canal. Town lots fur sale by the editor el tbis paper. People bare quit talking abuct an early spring. Engineers are on the new railroad route t make the final survey. The rhythmical riddle pnhlislied last week, finds its answer in Jonah's whale. There was an entertainment at Keed's School House, on Friday evening last, by the t-ublR school. When the roads get good and yon need a new buggy, go to Showers k. Scholl's place oa Washington street. Mr. Divid Watts has ca...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 March 1874

Agricultural. Fakmers Food. There is much diffi culty experienced in obtaining the kind of food in farminz communities wnicn every one knows would be most whole some, and at the same time most desir able as a relish, and to support the heavy taxation upon the systems of all laboring men. Variety is not all that is necessary. Salt meats are easily pro vided the year round; not so fresh meats. The general practice is to gorge upon fresh meats during the first half of the winter, and starve upon salt meats the ret of the year, with rare exceptions. This does not apply near villages, where farmers are well-to-do, and hare fresh meats from the batcher's cart once or twice a week ; nor neces sarily where farms are larpe enough to employ a number of men. The large farms could have fat sheep and a calf now and then during the hummer, with out difficulty. hat to the small farmers, of which our population is largely com posed, it is too expensive to go to the butcher ; and a sheep cannot be k...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 April 1874

.- - - B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THE UNION ASD THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PEXNA., APRIL 1. 1S74. NO. 13. " e " " ' 1 ---I ' ' - - - - - - - - ... . , . . . - . . . . . 1 I'oetry. By avad By. Whit will it mutter ay aid by Whether my path btl.w was brlj ht. Wittier It wound through dark or light, ruder m fray tit g o'dea uay, Wka I Ijok but oa It, by aad by What will It matter by aad by Whether, uaaslped, I tailed alone, Daublof my foot araloet a stuaa, Miwiag the cliarg of the aagel alg-h, Biildiag me think of the by and by f Wbat will It matter by aad by Whrther with laughtaf Joy I weat Dowe through the yean with a (lad coatent Keeer belteviag, aay, aot Ia Teara would be tweeter by aad byT What will It K utter by aad by Whether with cheek to cheek I're la a Close by the pallid angel. Pule, SMthine- myae:f through eob aad atgb ; "ail will be eleewlM by aad by. What will It matter? Xanght, If I Only am .are the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 April 1874

SENTINEL k REPL'BLTCAN MIFFLINTOWN. tVednecdsT. April 1, ISt-l. B.--.F. SCII tt'EIEK, l-s-m.! v .I,n f..t.i!ir with the army bof ratals in Virginia dsring thejP!,c the ehMreu in lber BcLol9 war wilt remember '-Mother Birker j "-ougLout tbc State, far removed dyke," m f tha moat idiMi and ef- j froul 8he ruuori uJ ficient of .1 patriotic women whose r'jUnd ,bem " ! ' " . . IT . . woiV tf mercy followed our troops j After ti;c war it a; pears ste cnJertook j some l.uiiiifig -pr'ijn in Kansas f..i j tbe bt-iicut t( n.!cin' orptai.a, and j thereby became involve I in pecuniary ! UifScuIties, which, il is feared, bave he- paired ber rea-'to. At all events the j came cst in li'O wrote to ber tous , from Clifton Springs, New York, on tbc i Mr. Warfol presented tbe minority i Council of Administration, l. A. R-, Jiolh of September if tbat year; and 1 report as follows : j at 9 A. M. Meeting of National En- tboogh she has sicee beeuseeuiu Brook- J The uudersigt.td, one of the j.int ; , causp...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 April 1874

FIXEL W IiEPUIjLICANi , . - - 1 - MIFFLLVION; ttednewday. April 1, 1ST. PESN'A. E. . TIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin fallows: EASTWARD. Pbiadelphta Exiru, 1 Fast Line, S Statiuri as yf a m. 2 a in. -.'H a in. 12 p ni. 13 am. i'U p in. SO a ra. S ! a m. to a m. H a in. If m. 33 p m. Hamshnrfr Accomiuo., M-.il. Tai itic Express, Cincinnati Kvpress, rTW! Pittsburg Express; Cincinnati ExpreSs; Fscitic. War Passenger; Mid. Fast l.ina, Willlin, NV 6. 1873. 11 10 fc 1 C 1" 3 LOCAL IXTELLIGbXCE. Foundation escavationi bate rrr-ti commenced for tht flew Court llrase Just received at J. & H A Htair: bauch's a laree and splendid as.-firt- ment of Mackeral and Lake Herring, j Also Ham, rbouIder and Irt Beef. Her. Mr. I'ardoe preeched his fare well sermon last Sunday. He goes to lloliidlsburg. At Slatfctia'jgu'? Ftore you will f.ni Priel 1'eacbes, pare 1 and un pared, Pried Corn, Kaisins, Currants, Califur nia Plums, ic, &c. Cnba school gave an entertainment last Fr.diy evenin...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 April 1874

Agricultural. Th Health of Fahmehb. Fanners hare unequal ed natural advantages for health, BtreDgth and longevity. The statistics of diseases and the tables of mortality, however, are atrainst them. This is due not to their vocation, but to their misuses of it. No class, as a whole, is probably so utterly reckless of health conditions. So far as our acquaintance with the habits of farmers is concerned and it has been extensive it compels the conclusion, as a rule, that the dietie habits of farmers are worse than those of any other class who have the means of choosing for them selves. Fried dishes several times a day. with several fried articles at each of the three meals, is one of tbeir com mon abominations ; dried beef, old cheese, and pickles are among the com mon relishes, while lard and saleratus make their richer dainties infectious and caustic. We have seen on a farmer's table, fried pork, fried egirs, fried pota toes and fried griddle cakes for break fast ; fried ham, fried ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 April 1874

WWWM JSsSa, www B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THE VNION ASD THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Kditor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENKA., APRIL 8, 1874. NO. 14. Poetry. The Lady Claire' NeereU Tn tij Claire Jied rastaralfnt; Indeed it wns a sorry eight To eee her look eo pale ; Her face ee pallid, yt eo fair. And all her wealth of foldea hair G littering 'neath her Tell. What killed her? Well, we dare eot tell ; It wae a sodden atretic apell That tuned her roeee white The bright piak roeee ia her face. That daily lost their tinted (race, Tntil they faded quite. Her pladsosne etep grew aad aad alow. Her laagbter loet tte silvery f ow. Her eye were foil of tear, and yet ahe aerer let them fall. Eat Mill emiled sweetly on u all Despite her crashing fears. Ah me ; It waa a sorry thing The way she drooped her snowy wing. Our dore with pinions white ; She might hare eoared to realma of blis. Made etrong by love's dirlaest kisa. And reached a heavea bright. Dear ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 April 1874

JIIFFLINTO'.VN. MMotidar, April S, 114. B. F. SCinTEIEll, KblTUC AND FSOPKIKTbK. itusslan tnaker or Meniion-' Itfes; It is believed that Congress will ast wisely and grant to Russian Quakers or Menuonites, the special land grant prayed f r. An ent of thes: worthy nle is now in tbi country, and was iu Philadelphia a Tew days a0, wbcre lie was intei viewed by a reporter f Forney's Frtxs, who wile of the in terview as follows' Wc learned some interesting facts regarding this people, j who are so little kiowu with. us. It Feeois when Catharine II., of Russia, found the immense prairies of South ern Rassia cjuli be niaJe fertile and productive, she looked to the farmers t,f tj eruiany to uo it. Hearing of the j on the West side ef Wain street from -er.ecuted acd monarchy -ridden 5! en- Red Frank's "shebang" north, inclu nouites, she offered them perpetual I sivc of the Cutler County .Bank and freedom from bearing arms, the tights United pipe lines office, the Express of self government i...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 April 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOM'N: -TednedaT. April 8, 174. TERMS. Subscription, f 1-50 par annum. Traasieut adve.-tisetnsnU inserted at 50 cents p T inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, iO cents p-T line lor each insertion. Deductions will be male to th se desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter Tear. FESN'A. E. R. TIME TABLE. rsiwiger trains leave Mifflin follows: IITAS. rhi-iielpuU Express, 1 r't Line, Jljrriidmrg Acconiiuo., 11 Mai!, 6 Pacific Express, l'O Cincinnati Express, 8 wcsTWAaib. Pittsburg Exjiriw, 1 Cincinnati Express, 2 Psciric, 6 Wsv Psseneer, 10 Msir, 't l.ir.e-. 6 Mifflin, Nor 2, 187S. Station ah J a m. Jfrt s n. i a m. 12 p ui. 13 a m. i" J UI. 20 a m. -3 a m. Hi) a ui. Msu. 38 p ni. 34 p ni. LOCAL 1XTE LLIGh Xl'h. . Shoots are is demand. it is lawful to catch trout now. Many children are out of health with cold Tubus Auker is building a stable on bis 'ot. But little attention was paid to Good Friday in town. Huntin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 April 1874

Agricultural. How Animals am Affected bt Fright. The question hu been asked What is the position of a horse's ears when it is thoroughly frightened? Those who have closely observed the horse are will aware that in the moment of terror the ears are pricked np or thrown forward. "All animals," says Darwin, "which have the power of freely moving the ears, when they are startled, or when thev closelv observe the object. direct their ears to the point towards which they are looking, in order to hear any sound from this quarter. At the same time they generally raise their beads, as all their organs of sense are there situated, and some of the smaller animals raise on their bind legs. c.ven those kinds which sqnat on the ground or instantly flee away to avoid danger, generally act momentarily in this man ner, in order to ascertain the source and nature of the danger. The head being raised, with erected ears and eyes di rected forwards, gives an unmistakable expression of close attention to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 April 1874

$ ' ' ' t& fit .a. iff nmsiM' B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THE CNION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietors VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, TENNA., APRIL 15, 1S74. NO. 15. Poetry. A Knewdrop. Oat fron m grass plot. A snowdrop cans peepiag ; Sti early ia sarinf That the ffaraea waa slseplaa; ; Every lealot ana baa Wrapped ia aft of kaeplaf . There was bard 17 a bird. Though a host ware boob eoninf ; A ad the bees were all hived, Yon e mid aot hear ona humming. Bat a faint little soathwiaa. Came hitherward roaming. The snn-hina was aoft Not Jalv's scorching ipleador, Hot pale gdden gleams That were loving and tender ; And the saowdrop each Might Fell the bright dew befriend her. She taw the drift melt. Of tbe laat enow that waited. She heard whea the north wind Hit fierceness nbated. She knew when the lee Fled alarmed and belaud. 0t the cool, sunny air ! of the clear sky above berl O, the birds that ere long Sweetly singing few overt O, the green spr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 April 1874

fit SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN HIKFLIXTOWX. ttetlacsilaj-. April 15, IVM. B. F. SCIIWEIEll, anrroa asn riitToa. The Legislature has finally passed th? Centennial appropriation bill. One million dollars is ibe turn. We are for the Centennial celebration, but is that ' bil! constitutions! T Jons II. Obvis, K.,of IJellefontf, Centre county, baa hem appointed by Oovcrnor Ilartranft, Judge of the Keuisen & IlafBeliiiger, Philadelphia. ; maIlj gl,eridan, Durnside, Parke, Han judieial dinriet of which Centre coun- j It is worth the while of any person who jj Fai,klin, Heintsleuian, M'Dow ty forms a part. Tin Senate has con- j is fond of historical facts, aDd especial- J ,D(j otuer jeaumg officer of firmed the nomination. Mr. Orvis re-! ly teachers, to procure the work and tue aruly, will be present to attend tbe igned his position as member of the give it a careful reading. The author j u,eeting 0f the various corps societies, Lower Uoiiseo ai to te able to ac- cept the ermine. The Demo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 April 1874

U SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN 1 OWN: Wednesday, April 15, 1874. TERMS. Siibicriptiaa, $1..0 pT annum. Transient advertisement inserted at 50 cents p-r inch for each inertion. Transient business notices in local col umn. 10 cents err line for each insertion. Deductions will be maie to th se desiring tn advertise by t!ie year, half or quarter FEXN'A. E. BTIME TABLE. l'a.ser.ger trains leavt Sliffiin Station as ii!i"s: T. l"T lD. I'lii.idelphia Express, 1 2r a m. Fast Line. 3 2 a m. J1 mhnrg Accommo., 1 1 28 a m. Vail. 0 12 p in. I'aeilic Express, Io 13 am. Cincinnati Express, 8 iU p iu. W KHI WARD. Pittsburg Express) 1 80 a m. Cin' tnnsiti Express, 2 23 a in. Pacific, ". Oil a m. Wav Passenger, 10 4 a ni. Vaif. 3 3 pm. V.isT I.in, 6 33 Jim. M:;l!in, Nov 2, 1S-73. LOCAL 1STELLIGEXCE. The last mow caue in a night and went i:i a day. Sheriff Lnudn is enlarging his residence i at East t'oint. Cuss & Ste ens have opened a hardware ' More in Patterson. j ... , , , . Wiltv-r Mctahi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 April 1874

-A-gricu tni-al. Tax Fbostteema's Beef. Perhapt the American buffalo has no right which mankind ia bound to respect, yet hia status and the question of his pre servation are so intimately connected with the rights of the citizens of this country that they become legitimate matters of legislation. Two very proper bills have been introduced in Congress, one proposing restrictions upon the killing of a bison or buffalo, except for food or the sake of the skin, and another a tax levy of one dollar on every hide taken from un domesticated buffaloes within the jurisdiction of the United States. The wanton destruction of these animals, which has long taken place unrestrained, is not only cruel, bnt a ruthless waste of what might be one of the nation's strongest resources. So far removed are we of the East from these scenes of cmelty and prodigality that we think little of it, but let our thrifty men consider upon what their feelings would be were persons calling themselves sportsmen allowe...

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