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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 24 January 1872

2bc Juniata rutinrl. i ESTABLISHED 3 1846. " rriLtIIID ETIKT AVlDNtlDAT MOBXIXO, Bridge Street, apposite the Odd Fellows' nll. MtFFLIN'TOWN. PA. Tm Juniata Sistihii. it published every Wednesday morning st $1,60 a year, in ad vance ; or $2,00 in nil eases if not paid promptly in advance. No subscriptions dis continued antil all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. gusiittss Carbs. JM)UIS K. ATKINSON, .A-ttoi'iiey at Jv, MIFFLINTOWN, PA. f&ColUcting and Conveyancing promptly attended to. Office, second dory of Court House, above Prothonotary's office. JOBERT. McMEEX, ATTORNEY AT LA IV, MIFFLINTOWN, PA. Ofliee on Bridge street, in the room formerly ' occupied Dy Lira v. rar er, tsq. g B. LOUl'EN, MIFFLINTOWN, PA., Offers his services to the citizens of Juni ata county as Ancionecr and Vendue Crier. Charges, from t wo to ten dollars. Satisfac tion warranted. nov3-0m. i j g! j mi. r. c. ruxdio, PATTEKSOX, PENN'A. August IS, IS'Jtl-tf. TMlAS ATEUiHRrsTl)., MIKF...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 24 January 1872

Juniata JatiiteL If i'i 7 " - i "ir n M I F F L T N T O W N lYeditewlaj Morning, Jannary 24, 1872. u. f. sen vi:ieu, FDITOK PROPRIETOR. FOR GOVERNOR. GLW JOILV F. IIARTRAXFT. bEO. P. ROWELL 4 CO, 40 Park Row, New York ASTI S. M. PETTENG1LL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. , Are our to'.r agents in that city, and are aa theriied to contract for advertising at our lowest rates. Advertisers in that city are te-(juexK-ri to leave their favors with either of the ahove housed. READING MATTER" ON EVERY PAGE. Yn are iudelitrd to l!uu. J. B. Puck er lr Mcrgage Miid Documents, lt)70 71. mi m 1'rixce Alkxis killi-d a buffdo, and despatched to hid father, s'.atiug Ltd sue CCrs. Canada is excited over nport in re gard to gold discoveries wiiliiu the limits of her border. TrfE expense of the d-coration of the Senate and Legislative chambers at I!ar- risbarg a.niunl to ?3G,000. - Is purstimee ot a gt'Ueral order from the War Department, by direction of the I'reaidetit. the military divicf'ou of the outl...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 24 January 1872

Cjjt Juniata mtiird. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAN. 2, 1872. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. UN AND after Sunday, Not. 12, 1871, Passenger Trains will leave Mifflin Station ai follow: . EASTWARD. l'hiladelpliia Express.. 12.50 A. M Fast Liue 2,22 A. M. Pac. Exp. (don't stop) 10,05 A. M. llarrisb'g Accoiuuiotia'u 11,28 A. M. Mail Train 5,23 P. M. Cincinnati Express 8,50 P. M. WESTWARD. Southern Exprer? 2,34 A. M. Through Paeaenger.':.... 4,53 A. M. Pacific Express 5.5G A. M. Way Passenger 9,44 A. M. Cincinnati Express 12.2G P. M. Mail Train .... 3,27 P. M Fast Line G.2C P. M. Mixed Tiain S.15 P. M JAMES NORTH, Ag't SCNBCRY & LEW1STOWN RAILROAD. Da and after Friday, Dec. 1, 1871, trains will run on theSutbury end Lewiston Kail read aa follows : It AVE LEAVE WESTWARD STATIONS. KASTWAKD. Mixed. Vail. ;. Mixed. A. M. A. M. P. M. A. H 11.40 .30 Sunbury 8.3d 10.3" 12.06 Cf0 Selinsgrove 3 15 9.5ft 12.21 C.H5 Pawling 8 (H) p.JO 12 32 7 1 Kreamer 2.49 9.29 12.38 7.22 Mciser'a 2.43 9.21 i26S 7 37 Middlebu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 24 January 1872

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. CHARCOAL AS A GENERAL REMEDY. Our rule Las always been to give noth ing, unless we know exactly what to do; and in the meantime attend to every ex terior comfort practicable. If ilie weather is cold, plaee it in warm quarters, avoid all exposure, and attend to pure air and ftrict cleanliness. But I lit re is one medi cine that can never do harm, and is com monly beneficial ; this is pulverized charcoal. Ad we have just remarked, j nearly all sick animals 1 ecome so from improper eating, in the first place. .Nine cases out of ten, the digestion is wrong. Charcoal is the most eflicient and rapid corrective. It will cure in the majority of cases, if promptly administered Au . aa.np.e vi , use me lii.eu ma.. cauiu in with intelligence that one of the finest c s was very sick, and a kiud neigh- h r proposed the uyn il drugs and poisons. The i.wner being ill and unable to ex- ,.,ie the cow concluded that the trou- hie wine from some over eating, aid orden d a teacup of...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 31 January 1872

nunmin n ims. ' " FraLttai Stint WiNiiMt Bndg Street, opposite tit Odd FeUe HJ1, MlfFLlSIO WJv PA. ' r ' j . ' - ' t Jiium Ss.vthcl' it publish! every Wedaetdty storatag st $1,60 a var, la ad. vane ; or $2,00 la all matt if at paid promptly ia advaae. No subscriptions di oeatiaaed aatil all arreanget ar paid, naless mt th epiita of the' pabllsber. '' 1 Jtt&imss Carfas. OCI3 E. ATKINSON. . i 1 Attorney txt Law, NIFFLINTOWX, PA. . gtjpCeUectiug and Conveyancing promptly etuadad la. OSet, second ttory of Court Hoot, abort Preihoaotary cmc. . ; t . ; ? JOBERT MclIEEN, attobXet at la w, SilFFLINTOWN, TX. Ofcct on Bridge tlrtct. in tht room formerly of ctrpUd bj. Etr D Farrer, Eso,, ;' - S' & LOCDEif ' : - - : i MIFFLINTOWN, PA., Offer bit service to tlit cititees of Juni ata county at Auctioneer and Vendut Crier. Charges, from two to ten dollars. Satisfao lioa warranted. ... novS-9m. . DR. P. C. RC.NDIO, . TATTEUSOX, PENS' A, Aatuot 18, lM9-tf. - - THOMAS A. ELDER, M. 0., MIFFtlS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 31 January 1872

Juniata: JStntiitel. M I V F H.v TO VT v- Wsrtswaaaf aUraisur, Jaavary 18JtV B. F. SCHWEIER, EDITOR k PROPRIETOR.' FOR PRESIDENT, . A GEN. ULYSSES S. GRANT. -Subject i decision af National Convention ; FOR GOVERNOR. GEN. JOHN F. HARTRANFT (Subjeel to decision ef 8tnU Coaveatioa.) GEO.P.ROWELLi CO, 40 Park Row, New York asn J S. M. PETTENGILL 4 CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Arc eur tolt (gents in thai city, and are au thorised to contract for advertising at our lowest ratei. Advertiser in thai city ara le quetted to leave their favors vita either of the above houses. EEADIM MATTES Dtf EVERY PAGE. Stokes Las been put on trial in New Tprk fT the murder of Jim Fish. Ex-Sena tor Doolitlle, who waa Jubn- j somzed, lavor tue Democratic policy. pair ire j Vol. MKVvbU was elected htate renator from the ronrth district, fhtls- ; Grant to retain a hold of the pnblic dalphia. r"tTday. j -bread and butter." the truth Is as plain Uahm.m'6 latest sensation comes in the!" u n''5nt that on the Presidentia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 31 January 1872

WHDSE?UA MOKNlifO, JAM. 91.-1872. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD ON AMD after Sunday, Nov- 12, 1871, Passenger Train will leave MiSia Station as follows: . SASTWARB, . , Philadelphia Express- li,50 A. M Fast Liue 2,22 A. M 1'ac Exp. (don't atop) 10.05 A. M. Harrisb'g Accouiuioda'n 11,23 A. M. . Mail Train : 5.23 P. M. Cincinnati Kxpross..... 8,50 P. M. WESTWARD. i Southern Express........ 2,3 A. XI. Tbronga Passenger...... 4.53 A. M. Pacific Kx-res? 5,56 A. M. "Way Passenger.... 9.44 A. M. Cincinnati Kxpre-a....... 12,26 P. M. Mail Train...... T.. 8,27 P. M Fast Line . 6.26 P.M. Jlixed T;ain 8.15. P. M , - JAMES NORTH. Agt Of SB I' BY & I.EnSTOWN RAILROAD. O On to I alter i'riday, Dec. 1. 1871. trmint will run ta tue .unbury and Lewialowa Rail iad as fo!!o-rs : . X.KATK KASTWAKD. MaiL Mixed, r. M. A. M WKMWAHl STATIONS. Mixed. Mail. A. N . A. M. 1!.' fi.3't Sunbury 12 06 6 i'O Selinsgrove J-J.'-'l f-.Oi Pawling 12 S2 7. 15 Kreamer 1J M 7.22 Meiaer's 12 6S 7.S7 Middleburg 1 XS 7 V2 Benfer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 31 January 1872

um M HOUSEHOLD. facts about butter - how it is MAD IS THE Em. From the Scientific American. Oor Fugli-h word butter, it derived fmtn t Latin Lvtrum , while tbe Latin word is of exceedingly doubtful origin, lnt Las moat probably coma from tbe Greek language. ft ie not known positively whether buttrr '. i-ver made' previous to tbe Christian -ra, lot ;n oar translation of the Bible, J the woid butter frequently appears. In ' Genesis, chapter xviii verve 8. we read : "And be t.k butter and tlie calf which he had dressed and set it before them," He. And In IJeateronotnr. chapter jr. nil ver c 14. the pbraas "butter of kine" in made nseeo. Also in the Book of 1'roverb, chapter tiv, veise 33, we read, "Purely tbn churning of milk pi mgt in Tot ; !i un'ter, i tie vrnrl up pcarx alo m idner passages. Hat in all Street, Mifflintown, where we purpose to eon l'ir:e llie woid refer to snmt-tliiiie of a linue the business of t!uid nature; whenever the word "butter'' mj penr in the Hible it thould...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 7 February 1872

tf,;u iJttBia.a.wtfort. ESTABLISHED V 1846. PcaniutD Erikt TVr.tisDT Moanixo, Bridge 3treet, opposite the Odd Fellow' Hall, MIFFLINTOWN. PA. ' -f Tbi 3 sKiATA Sestisei. ii published every Wednesday morning at $1,50 a year, in ad vanee ; or $2,00 in all eaacs if not paid promptly in adrance. No subscriptions d; eentinaed until all arrearage arc paid, unless rt thf option of the publisher. gusiitcss Carbs. JOUIS E. ATKINSON, .A-ttoi'iiey at Xaw, MIFFLIXTOWN, PA. (-Collecting and Conveyancing promptly attended to. Office, second story of Court Uoase, above f'retaonotery's office. JOBERT McMEEN, ATTORNEY AT, LAW, MIKFLIN'TOWX, PA. OSes on Bri Jge street, ia the roam formerly occupied by Eira D. Parker, Esq. g B. LOCDES, MIFFLINTOWN, PA., Offers bis services to the cititens of Juni ata county as Auctioneer and Vendue Crier. Charges, from two to ten dollars. Satisfac tion warranted novS-Sin. Dit. r. c. nuxDio, PATTEUSON, PENN'A. August 18, 18G9-tf. TilUMAS A. ELDER, m7d7 UIFFUSTOWN, PA. O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 7 February 1872

Juniata Sentinel MIFFLINTOWN Wedavasday Horning February 7, 1872. 13. F.-.SCH WEIER,- EDITOR PROPRIETOR. FOR PRESIDENT. GEN. ULYSSES S. GRANT. (Subject l decision of Nitioai! Convention i FOR GOVERNOR. GEN. JOHN F. IIARTRAXFT. (Subject to decision nf Stale Convention.) GEO.P.ROWEU4C0.40 Park Row, NewYarki , The 'oll.wing gentlemen were then AVri ' ; placed in nomination for senatorial JJele- S. M. PETTENGILL 4 CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, ! gf- Jot" w- Mattern. of Hunting Ion arc oar .? arent in that citv. and art an- 'John U. Muttersbaugh, of Juuiala, aud t borne J to contract for advertising at our lowest rates. Advertiser" in that city are if quested to leave tbeir favors with either of lb above house. READING MATTER ON E7ERT PAGE. ninta county, for VV. P. Wilson Messrs. 1 be Republican sua the Governorship. .... . , , j McCoy, Vanzant and Conrad, of Mifflin Tbe R.jmUim in last we. k's usue collIlty ,d Lukini. of Juuiata, for Jim. indirectly mak. s an objection t r; ff MttlteUgh-Me.H....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 7 February 1872

&jje Jainita tntiir:!. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 7. 1872. PENNSYLVANIA RAlLItOAD. ON AND after Sunday. Not. 12, 187 J, Passenger Trains will leave Mifflin Station as follows: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express.. 12,50 A. 51 Fast Line 2,22 A. M. Pac. Exp. (don't stop) 10,05 A. M. Harrisb'g Accooiuioda'n 11,23 A. M. Mail Train 5,23 P. M. Cincinnati Express 8,50 P. M. WESTWARD. Southern Exprezg 2.34 A. M. Through 1'asier 4.53 A. M. Pacific Express 5.5G A. M. Way Passenger 0,44 A. M. Cincinnati lis preps 12.26 P. M. Mai! Train 3,27 P. M Fast Line 6.25 P. M. Mixed Train 8.15 P. M JAMES NORTH, Ag't SUNBCRV & LEWISTOWN RAILROAD. On sod altar FriJay, Dec. 1. 1871. trains will run on the Sun bury and Lesiatowu Rail road aa follows : Itivi WESTWARD Mixed. Map LSAVI STATIONS. KASTWAKD. J!ail. Mixed. A. U. 11 40 14.08 12 -2i 12 32 12.38 1263 1 08 1 81 3 42 "J 13 J.ii Hi 2.57 8.10 3.S2 .42r x . m. r m. 6.39 Sur.tury 8 35 6 f0 ' Selinsgrove 3.15 6.05 Pawling 3 KJ 7 16 Kreamer 2.49 A. U 10.3(1 9...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 7 February 1872

FIRM AND HOUSEHOLD. AMEBICAN AM) GERMAN FARMING. A correspondent f the Springfield "Republican" writes from Dresden : Of tbe two and a faalf millions inhabi tants of Saxony, two-thirds live iu the country (platiland), and i30,000 are land owners, 80,000 poising each more than Iw acne, and 100,000 bring ibeir own farmers, i. e., no kinj tlieir own soil. The valuation of tbe laud out.-iJe .f tbe cities rencl.es nearly SGOO.000,000, and an annual Lai vert 13 vslucd at S15,- 000.000. Tbe fifty tin Ufr.mi farm ( f Massa- 1itiartta willi a vuliitatiiin in l:tnd nt Ipsa than oue-liflU as mncti, est more thau , , , . i two-thirds as much f..r tin tr crops as the Saxou fjsmfis. The Saxon farmers, however, never a-k weiher firming pave They maintain a slow but sure prosperity, and during the last tbi:d of a ctutury have advun.-ed the rate of production proportionately i;b nu inciease of ueatly 00 per cent, in population. This advance has not been through the American ave lute of iiitro-Juri.-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 14 February 1872

RATES OF ADVERTISING- A'ft advertising for less thaa three month for oa qur f nine line er less, will be charged oa insertion, 76 cents, three $2.00, and 50 eeala for each subsequeat insertion. Adaia!strator's, Executor's aad A adit or' Notices, $2,00. Professional aad Bomb Card, not exceeding one 4aare, aad inela ding copy of pwperV $8,00 per year. Notice in reading eolumna, ten cent per line. Mer chants advert iaing by the year atapecial rates. i months- 8 months. . 1 year. One squaw. 8,6 $ S-.00 8.00 Two squares...... 5,00 8,00 11.00 Three squares.... 6.00 10,00 ' 15,00 One-fourth eol'n. 10.00 T7.00 25,00 Half column IS.Of 26.C0 46,00 Oneeolumn-. S0.00 45.00 80.W ESTABLISHED 15 186. rmuiut Evcbt Widxesdat Mown, Bndg Strot, opposite too Odd Fellows' Hall, NIFFLISTOYTX. PA. Tb Johiata Simuii is published very Wedaeeday awning at $1,60 o year, is od. vane; or $2,00 ia all case if not paid promptly ia adrance. Ko subscriptions dia oatiooed until all arrearages are paid, unlets at too...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 14 February 1872

'tiniata riUinrl. UlFFLIfTOWN Wednesday Morning, February 14, I8J2. B. F. SCII WE IE R, KT)ITOR PROPRIETOR. - - FOR PRESIDENT, (JL. ULYSSES S. GRANT, t Subject to decision of Naiiontl ('onven'ga , FOR GOVERNOR. GEN. JOHN F. IIARTRAXFT. tSurject to decision of State Convention.) GEO. P. ROWELL & CO, 40 Park Row, Naw York S. M. PETTEVJH.L &C0., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our tele agent in t,al e;tTi are a. thericcd to contract lur advertising at our lowest rates. Advertiser in that city arc te quested to leave t'jeir favors nith either of the above houses. - EMS MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. Hfcdtjnurters llepiibliran State Central Committee of Pennsylvania. I'iiiladelph. Feb. 5 1S72. In pursuance of the resolution of the 15c- pnliliran Sine Opcra.1 Committee, adoped at nomination or declaration had not been :liri:hurir. January IStti. 17 ' a iiepul.li-! r j -. t .1 t r .1 r,nFt,te convener., cntufosel I f dHt,.., i COufcrred 00 " bT tIj9 Pe0I,,e f ,Le from each Seotiorial aud Re; rrsenta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 14 February 1872

t Juniata MfaimeL WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 14, 1672. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND after Sunday, Nov. 12, 1871, Passenger Trains will lesTe MiHin Station is folio i: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express.. 12,50 A. M Fast Liue 2,22 A. it. Pac. Exp. (dou't slop) 10,05 A. M. Unrrisb'g AccouiniouVn 11,28 A. M. Mail Train 5.23 P. M. Cincinnati Express 8,50 P. M. WE3TWAED. Southern Express 2.34 A. M. Through Passengr-r 4.53 A. M. Pacific Express 5,56 A. M. Way Passenger.....'....- 9,41 A. M. Cincinnati KxpreJt 12,26 P. M. Mail Train 3,27 P. M Fast Line 6.2G P. M. Mixed Tiaiu 8.15 P. II JAMES NORTH, Agt SUKBCRT ft 1.EWISTOWN RAILROAD. On and afler Friday, Dec. 1, 1?71, trains will run on theSunbury and Lewijiown Kail road as follows : fy WESTWARD STATIONS, j FASTWAKD. Mixed. Mai!. Mail. Mixed. a r. m. a. 1140 C.3) Sunbury 8.3a 10.3'J 12.06 6 6' Sclinsgrov S.15 9.59 12.21 C.Ui Pawling $ 00 80 12 S2 7 16 Krean.cr 2.49 9 'S I 12.33 7.22 Meiser's 2.43 9 2! 12 03 7 27 Middltburg 2.'.8 9 OS 1 1.08 7.02...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 14 February 1872

"1 FARMERS COL UMN. PRESERVATION OP HEX KAXTJRE. We cannot overvalue the manorial product of the hetihoiwe, nor exerc;e too much care in !ta preservation. If thrown into the compost heap or depos ited with the hog manure, nearly all its pood qualities would be retained verj likely, but we would advise a different course. Nearly every one wants a little fancy manure for special purposes in the spring, and instead of buying guano and superphosphates of doubtful quality, be can manufitcture his own at a far less cost from lite Groping of the hen. We have found it a good plan to rprinkle dry earth under the rooeU, or peat is nearly as good, road dust or frrajiings collected during a dry spell, ind put away in boxes or barrels for une in winter or spring By uing this three or four times a week, and oflcner in warm weather, all bad oder is pie- vented and the escape of the fertilizing i,ripirtie :. of the manure is nrr"zU-$..' Gypsum would answer as well as earth If shoveled iuto a pile a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 21 February 1872

RATES 0? ADVERTISING All adte'riisiog for less than three taenia for oae- square ef nine liaea er less, will be charged one inaertion, 75 cents, three $2.00, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion." Administrator's. Ex-sealer's and Awdiier's Notices, $2,00. Professional and Business Cards, aot exceeding ana square, aad inclu ding copy of paper, $8,00 peryear. Kotiete in reading eoloaana, tea cents per Hat. Her chants advertiauff by they ear at special rates . 3onikf 6 month. " ye: On square $ 8,60 - $ 6.00 $ 8.C0 Two squares 6,00 8, CO 1 l.OO Three squares COO 10.00 15,00 One-fourth eol'a. 10,00 17,00 ' 25.00 Half colum 18.09 25.10 46,00 One column 30.00 45.80 80.00 estauushed rt tns. ToBLiaHCD Et.mt Winassoaf MoMtso, Bridge Street, opposite the Odd Fel!6Wt' Hall, MIFFLISTOWN. PA. 'Tut Josiat EiiTiNCL ia published every Wednesday aaorainf at $1,60 a year, ia ad vance ; or $2,00 In all eaaea if not paid promptly ia adraaee. Ko aabicriptiona dis continued until all arrearage are p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 21 February 1872

Juniata ;ntmel. Mif Fit yiows Wednesday Mania! February SI, 1872. B. F. SCIIWEIER, r.DITOR FROPRIETOK. FOE PRESIDENT, GEN. TLYSS S. URANT. (Subject to decision of National Convention J FOR GOVERNOR. GEN. JOHN F. HARTRANFT. (Subject to decision of State Convention.) 6E0. P. ROWELL 4 CO, 40 Park Row, New York S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Art our tale agents ia that city, and are au thorised to contract for advertising at our lowest rales. Advertisers ia that city are le nuested to leave their favors with either ef the above houses. READING MATTER ON EVERT PAGE. Headquarter Republican State Central Committee of Pennsylvania. I'liii AotLPtA, Feb. 5 1878. In pursuance of the resolution of the Re publican State Central Committee, adoped at JUrrUbnrg, January 18th, 1872, a Republi can State convention, composed of delegates from each Senatorial and Representative dis trict. in the numberto which such district is en titled in the Legislature, will meet in the Hall 01 toe i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 21 February 1872

4.L' , iim u,jmu Jgsa WEDNESDAY MORNISG.'FEBV 21. 1872. PNS9VLVAMA RAILROAD. ON AUD ftr Sanity, Mot. It, 1871, Passenger Train will leev Mifflin Station as follows: EASTWARD. Pbiledelpbia Express.. 12.60 A. M Fact Llae.. ..... 8,82 A. M. Pac. Exp- (don't atop) 10,06 A. M. Qsrrisb'g Acoommoda'a 1 1.S8 A. M. Mail Train . 6.S3 P. M. Ciaoiaaati Express...... 8,50 P. M. WESTWARD. SantLern Express " 2.3 A. M. Through Passenger.....'. 4,63 A. M. Pacific Express.......,..". 6.58 A. M. ' Wsy Passenjer.. 9,44 A. M. Cioeioaati Express.... ...ll.JrtJ P. M.-" Mail Train 1L27 P. M fart Line 0.26 P.M. Mixed Train....'. .vf..... 8.15 P. M . JAMES NORTH, Ag't SCSBCRY a 1EW1HTOWN RAILROAD. Ka and alter Friday, Dec. 1. 18T1, trains ill run oa theSunbury and Lewistown Rail read follows : ISaVS WESTWARD LIAVa KASTWAKD. STATIONS. Mind. Mo;!. Mail. Mixed. A. M. A. K. t. K. A. It 21.40 .30 8anbury S.Sa 10.30 li.00 0 60 fielinsgrov 8.15 9.69 li.Sl C.04 Pawling 8 Ou 0.40 13 Si 7.19 Kreamer 2.49 9.29 IS.fi 1X...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 21 February 1872

FARM AKD HOUSEHOLD. ECOXOSY OFLOXG FCRROWS. A German agricultaral journal observes that fanner usually pay little attention ' .1. i l -r.i.- f. k-i 1 ! lo me Irllgiu til iu luiniivt w uc(uwcu in a field, and yet great watte tf time and labor is the necessary consequence ot unsuitable arrangements in tbis re - suect. The turnine- of the nlnw and the - f ...6 ...:.. .,.... 'H""'". more exertion in tbe plowman ana the team than continued work ou a straight a. t m vS 1 line, and ow gret maj really oe tc l . r . r i- ' . : iu ulioit turns, may be shown by the following calculations : ... Iu a field 225 feet long, 5 hoars ont of 10 are spent iu redirecting the plow, with a length of 75 feet, 4 hours are fulHcieut for the purpose, aud when the plow can proceed w ithout interruption for 800 feet, only 1 J hours of the daily working time are consumed. Hence the rule to make the furrows as long as circumstances will admit. Harvesting Corn. Co'oml II an is aajs, iu the last uum ber of the Agri...

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