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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 28 February 1872

Sir guaiata tatinrl. ESTABLISHED IS 1843. RATE3 0? ADTERflSISG. All advertising for less than three months for one square f nine lines or less, will be charged one insertion. 75 cents, three $2.00, and 50 cents for raeh subsequent insertion. Administrator's. Executor's and Auditor's Notices, $2,00. Professional and Business Cards, not exceeding one sqnare, and inclu ding eopy of paper, $8,00 per year. Kotiete in reading columns, ten cents per line. Mer shants advertising by they ear at special rates. 3 " 6 months. 1 year. One square .$ 8.60 $ 6.00 $ 9.00 Two squares 5.00 8,00 11.00 Three squares.... 6,00 1O.00 15,00 One-fourth eol'n. 10.00 17.C0 25.00 Half column. 13,00 25.( 9 46.00 One column 30.00 - 45.00 80.00 Muuit Etikt Wbdxi dat Uc-mmo. Snip Street, opposite the Odd Fallows' Ball, MirFLIXTOVTN. PA. Ill JratATA SistiSEL is publish every Wednesday morning at $1,60 a year, in ad vaaos; or $2,00 in nil cases If not paid B, F. SCHWEIEB, ths cosstitCtioi ill oaios ths iiioeoisist or...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 28 February 1872

Juniata jSwtmri. MIFFLINTOWN- Wednesday Moruintr, February 2S, 1872, . F. SCII WE I Ell, El'iTOR proprietor. 1 - - ...... HH n.LblM.NT, iLlfcfcLi) f. (ilLVni. Subject to decision of N'i'i nal ConTntiou ) -- FOK COVEKXOrc. CKX. J01IX F. HAUTBAXFT. Object lo decisii,;: of State Convention.) - . - ' - . .. . GEO. P. ROWELL 4 CO, 40 Park Hon, New York AX" ......,. u,u,ul w , , .., of the jjovonment except iu Are our mi'r agents in that citv, and are ia-j .. . - , , 1 thorized to contract for advertising at our consideration Ot miblic: ser ice, and any lowest r.-ites. Advertisers iu that city are te-1 Jawa destructive of' these fundamental nueted to leave their favors with cither of j . . , . , 1.;n;i;,,,, he above house.. principles are without luPral binding : ! - j force and should be repealed, aud LcJ'ev- READING- MATTER ON EVERY PAGE, j iDe all evils resuItir,s flora unJ'ust l . : : j lion now effecting the industrial classes S. i rn Ca'i.i.a, through her State jean be removed by tb...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 28 February 1872

WEDXESDA1 MORSIKO, FEB. 28, 1872. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND after Sunday, Not. 12, 1871, Passenger Trains will leave Mifflin Station as folio s: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express.. V2,t0 A. M Fast Line 2,22 A. M Pac. Exp. (don't stop) 10,05 A. M. Harrisb'g Accuaiuioda'n 1 1,23 A. 51. Mail Train 5,23 P. M. Cincinnati Express 8,50 P. M. WESTWARD. Southern Express 2.31 A. M. Through Passenger 4,53 A. M. Pacific Express 5,50 A. M. Way Passenger 9,11 A. M. Cincinnati Express 12.2G P. M. Mail Train 3,27 P. M Fast Line . 6.2G P. M. Mixed Train 8,15 P. M JAMES NORTH, Ag't TOWN AM) COl'NTRY. Tc!ld'iie ITotOS for sale at this office. Rl'IUNU election day March 15th. Appearing poorly The wheat fields. , . At hand The time to fish for saekets. Losio Las two thousand building associations. Jacob Bergy is buying horses for the eastern market- There is a society of Spiritulists in the cast end of this county. Tns light of the Selingrove fire was Feen by citizens of this place. Ladies and gentleme...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 28 February 1872

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. BOW TO GET A (iOOD WHEAT CROP. Fiedeiick Walls, Ciirninieeioiier of Ag ricaliuie, in a recent letter says : "Tbe experience of many years has led me to tbe conclusion that the deterioration of I the lieat crop is mainly attributable to ... j . , , tbe i.nf..o,.er and uiitn..y USe of ban.- yard manure. In mr practice tbe clover M.du mm d l,i ,.U..,tA -;.t. corn, luegrouu:! is ag,im jjlotiglnd lu the spring and sowed with oats anl upon tne stubble (if this crop all the manure of the barnyard is j;ut ; tlieti ploughed ag ; nd fowed with wheat. This deli cite plant is thus euljccled to the raw. I. CPS ud gi'PMiifS of barnyard fond, illi all its getms of flies, worm?, lice, aud bg feminglv a sufficient Cftute of the unsuccessful gn w;h of a grain so pur nd di Iic;i!c as wheat. Corn is the hog if plants, an-.l will devour plants of any quality, and thrive upon it. llete, then, upon the sod to be ploughed for com :s llie place f.,i the barnyard ma nure. L;ny it uV p, an...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 6 March 1872

) lit Mttnuta rottnd. ESTABLISHED W 1848. ptiUsaiB Evbky Wkddt Moaataa, BnStret' PPosite toe 0J1 Fel,ow' HaU MIFFLINTOWN:. PA. Ib Jukiata Sistihl is published every W(illMday morning at $1,50 year, in ad. ) no in all eases if not taid Vance; " . Bp,!y in advance. No subscriptions dia- : 1 . 1 1 rtnru are Dai J. unless ,tinue - --- tkt option of the publisher. CLOTHING! Choice Styles of the Season. SAMUEL STKAYER, Patterson, Juniata Co., Pa. CLOTHING of all kinds FOR MEN AND BOYS. guvr nl Floor Oil Cloth. FLTENITLTEB, WATCHES I will sell my entire stock at Greatly Reduced Prices, Intil A PHIL, 1872. OVERCOATS, FURS. HEAVY BOOTS, Laibs' Shoes & Gaiters, Under-Clothing, ice, AT COST. Suits ani Parts of Salts, HATH A XI) CAI'S, I Eats and Caps, And FaraiShinff Goods FURS, ! boots snocs, MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, 50TIONS 20 or -5 per cent, cheaper than can be purchased else where. Having a g o J stock, wtll selected, 1 hope to pleaeeall. Call acd i:iccd. see to be con- gcjf Mrasures ta...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 6 March 1872

V v j t Juniata ntiiteL M I F F L ! N T O W N e 'iiesday Meruing, March 6, 182. 3. F. SCHWEIEK, FDITOrl 1 PROPRIETOR. for pueshjest, CL. ULYSSES S. GRANT. (t-aect to Jccisioa f Nation! Content ion ) FL'2 COVKRXOR. GLV JOJLV F. HARTRAXFT. ( 1 ject to decision of State Convention.) G EO. P. HOVELL 4 CO, 40 Park Row, New York AXD S. M. PETTENG1LL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Ara cur tlr agents in thai city, an-1 are au thored to cvutract fur advertising at our lowest rotes. Advertisers io tlmt city are le ,aivted to leave their favors with either of the above houses. READING MATTES ON EVERY PAGE. IWadqnarlfTS republican State Ceutral Committee vf l'ennsjlvauia. I'liiLAUELPiA, Feb. 5 1S72. lu i.ummnoe of the resolution of the Re rul.liean .State (.'eti'ral ("oinniittr-e, adnped at Il4iri.t.ur, January ISib. 1872, Kepubli rm State convention, composed -f delegates from each S-n:.iorial ind Hepreseutative dis trict. in the nuujijerto which such district is en titled in tho Legislature, w...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 6 March 1872

WEDSESDAI MORNING, MAR. 8. J872. PKSSSVLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AXD after Sunday, Nor. 12, 1871, Passenger Traini will leave Mifflin Station as follows: EASTWARD. Philidelpnis Express.. 12.50 A. M Fart Line 2,22 A. M l'c. Exp. (don't stop) 10,05 A. M. rjarnsb'g Accouituodii'n 11,23 A. M. Mail Train 5.23 P. M. Cincinnati Express 8,50 P. M. WESTWARD Southern Express.... Through Passenger. Pacific Express Way Passenger Ciocinuati Express... Mail Train Fast Line 2.31 A. M ... 4.5.1 A. M. .. 5.5(3 A. M. ... 9,44 A. M. ..12.26 P. M. ,.. 3.27 P. M . 6.26 P. M. .. 8.15 P. JI ilixed Train.... JAMES NORTH. Az't 10 A,M COl JiTIU. ToTTSVILLE gives peanut suppers. Measkls ir.v:l iu Lt Creek val ley. SCRANTON' is afflicted with spotted 1 fsver. Bart( X Steak Las beiu crowded out tLia week. CLt AX your stove-pipes and chimneys. A foul ihiinn-y in stonny wealln r is a dangerous institution. TltOT out your horses if you have any to sell. J ac b lirgey or Latin er Wil on will buy ihem The sale f tlie Clin...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 6 March 1872

FARM AHD HOUSEHOLD. 1 ASIA' 6 CABE Or AX ORCHARD. Rev. J. F. "Wade, writing to the New York Tribune his experience in bringing op an old orchard, says : In tLe winter of '62 I rented a farm near Lock port, New York, that had been rented to various parties for about twenty-five year previous. I will not at tempt a dereliction of tb.3 condition of the orchard ; language would fail in the attempt. Suffice it to cay some of the trees were to thick wUh brush aad ile-d limbs that n;y little hoy wonld worni his way in and saw out hole large enough f r me to c'airoeuce opperations. I woikcd every spare hour, trimming, from March till July. I dre w ou (at a guess) near two hun'lrrd loads of barn yard ma- cure, a part rf it at three different dres- i.i. ; M sings, where the trees wire most sickly and nearest dead. My landlord severely criticised me for ibr-jwing away so much on "that old orchard,'' iaftead of keep- r.li,. T nrtmrnM il lllg II VM, Ul . vv.u .1 J W KIRS la;t of May, plowed the ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 13 March 1872

RATES OP ADVERTISING All advertising for less than three months for one square ef nine lines or less, will be charged one insertion, 75 cents, three $i0O, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Administrator's, Executor's and Auditor's Notices, $2,00. Professional and Business Cards, not exceeding one square, and inclu ding copy of paper, $8,00 per year. Noticts in reading columns, ten cents per line. Mer ohants advertising by theyear at specialties. 3 m- 6 months. 1 fear. One square......-S 3,50 $ 5.00 $ 8.00 Two squares 6,00 8.00 11,00 Three squares.... 6,00 o,00 15,00 One-fourth eol'n. 10.00 17.00 25,00 Half column 18,00 2VO 45.00 One column 30.00 45.0d 80.0U ESTABLISHED IS J846. Pcstisnso Etirt TYedsisdat Mokninc, Bridge Street, opposite the OJ J Fellows' Hll, MIFFUNTOVTN. PA. TBI Jc.niata Sextixel is published every Wednesday morning at $1,50 a year, in ad vance ; or $2,00 in all cases if not paid promptly in advance. No subscriptions dis continued until all arrearages are...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 13 March 1872

u.. ,iUh,;,), hi. ...uMMiiiifiliii'-iiiir i "i: .Milu.iUimilm lit 1 Ti i n.i.ii i n V Juniata Sentinel. M I F F L I N T 0 W N Wednesday Horning, March 13, 1872. B. F. SCHWEIER, EDITOR 1'ROPBIETOR. F1R rREfclDENT, GEX. ULYSSES S. GRANT. Subject to decision of N'ariun-il Conren'ion ) j v.- it va J j a i. t FOR GOVERNOR. (iEN. JOHN F. IIARTRANFT. is, .jt to decisinn of State Convention.) i GEO. P. R0WELL& CO, 40 Park Row, New York 6r" lu" ' , . 7 AXn for the first violation of the rights of a S. M. PETTENGILL 4 CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, j brother ; and so there have been penal Are our nit agents in llial city, an 1 aro a- j tics from that time down to this, for the thoriied to contract for n.lv.-rtisinjr at our j vj0ati 0f the rights of others, though lowest rates. Advertisers in that citv are te- j . . . guested to leave their favors witb cither of j man may not in every instance see tliein the shore houses. "0 right in the catalogue of rights has i ' j suffered so much as labor. Go...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 13 March 1872

jjjje Jatiiala Sentinel. lSVAX MORNING, MAR. 13. 1872. MVLVASIA RAILROAD. ON AND ift Sunday, .'.. ... . -- - C will Mifflin Station at follow : !e Kxp. (don't stop) 10.05 A. M. rrib'ir Aeciinitnoda'n 11.23 A. 31. iuCionatl express WESTWARD. ...then. Kiprpf. 2.34 A. M. bron-h 1'assenger 4.5.1 A. 31. icifie' Express 5.5G A. M. l"r IVfenser "J.4 a. m. cinuati rxpros Jail Train ,: t . .u ..tLine C.2G 1 . 31. lixed Train S.15 1'. M JAMES SOUTH. Ag'l TO' AM COIMIiY. ... I "..l....fur The co;mnuuic:uiLii num '"'" A, KUN. of t!i-i rat and Rrj- ,T ,, rlicnmatm in the right knee . e I),in .kr.-.ii.-I:.'i puty vase nit vos ,lu; fc i cl!'J:i flli0o'eJ Di-mo-a J i: S'r: JfRKMi.xn Lvu.vs, I-.sq., lias been nl y ' i kited to practice lw ' several ttrtsot Di'ijiliiii flinty. their places of rtsi feicerati Hive pit i lic-r s.'ii. to in. ir fan ' iiiioriuiog ui ol me laci. r .... r .1 e . As txcliange is.iv that a FiOiii liin iii fcUfctU'. pr.-t.-ra sl-ai iiu.-a jj he c-u g' t nearer lli ir Iieait. v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 13 March 1872

rU-tfr;iiiiSlJMI tjitimitl i!:i...v'.;Li..-,iTO'i.-.;m.iniAT.Mi.i.u..fnm-.iwuuui FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. WHAT A HEAVI SOD WILL DO. The od makes the corn. This may be taken flu an axiom, as undoubted as that a straight line it the shorest distance be tween two point. If the eod i right the corn cau take care of itself. What iii wanted is a mass of roots, filling the soil to the d-jili of three, four, or five inches or oior?, and such a mat of vege tation on the surface as will inevitably belong t'i such a macs of roots. Now, wliai ruth nu amnunt of vc. table mat tei. i.:iljr decomjio.-'fd, and nUL-h as coru l- vi-" to feed upon, would measure, can very e.si'y be estimated. It would cer tainly be wiiliiu bounds to fay that there wculd be on every sijuaro rod of ground 90 cubic feet of matter equal ia f rtiliz iug power to average barn yard manure. This is orvr tim e -quarters of a cord per square rod ; and 1G0 rods going to m:ke up nu acre, there would be over 120 ords of manure t i the a...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 20 March 1872

' .-' . 25re.'3tta;.3tJ .Sentinel, j ESTABLISHED IN 1846. i POBUiHBO ETERT WEI.!fBDT MoHSlXO, j Bridge Street, opposite tne uua reuows nan. MiFFLlSTOVt.N. PA. Xai JbSIATA Skstiskl is published every Wednesday morning t $1,50 a year, in ad- . r S1 10 in all cases if not paid Tnee : or ... ,. promptly ia advance. No f ubscnptions dis continue until all arrearages are paid, unless t the option ol l.ie pumisoer. .HisrcUancottS. CLOTHING! Cliia' Stylos of (lie Season. SAMUEL STRAYER, Patterson, Juniata Co., Pa. CL9THIN3, i I will toll my entire stock at 1 cf all k.nds Greatly Heduced P. ices, FOR VF AND rmi! april, is:2. 1,jKs' : ovehcoats, ftjs's, CAi-A'-5" HEAVY BOOTS, S:ir ana I .oo oiicvu.. Lsilcs Shi33 & Gaiters, Under-Clothing, ice, AT fOST. Sr:Il3 uni Parts cf Sate, .lr.-r .i.vyv cats. fbejhtb,' watches 1 -AM' jn--vF.i.:'.v. FURS, MIIVS coon. 0TI0Nr", &''. ir l"i per cent, cheaper t'iMU r?in l,e p!ir;bt;s'.-d else- wluTi'. H "t vi : cr i pvvl stirl?, wtii t'.ecte I. 1 !u-j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 20 March 1872

Juniata Sentinel. M1PFLINTOW. Wednesday Morulas;, March CO, 1872. B..F. SCHWEIEU, EDITOR PBOPaiKTIlR. FnR HKEslDtM. GEN. ULYSSES S. GRANT. (Sehjeet t decision of National Convention ,) FOR GOVERNOR. GEN. JOHN F. HARTRANFT. i.Bi1jret to decision of Mate Contention.) GEO. P. ROWELL & CO, 40 Park Row, New York AMD S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Ars nr tale agents in ihiil eity, and ara au thorised - to contract for adTertising at our lowest ra'ea. Adreriisere in that city ara re quested to leave tbeir farors wilh either of tbe ahoTe houses. READING MATTER ON EVERT PAGE. Tub Chester "district has gone Ilepub lican. Mr. Waddell is tlie Senator elect A Thocsand Apache Indians are on tbe war path in Arizona. I r Is raid that Frederick Charles, of Germany, will visit tbe (Juited States. Rum r Iis ft that Senator Sumner do s not favor the bogus labor reform movement cf Davia aud Parker. Thkre was a great demonstration in h n.or of the miniory of Mazziui, tbe fatuous libcu...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 20 March 1872

tEDN'ES'JA -M()RN'ISO. MAR. 2 i. IF72. PESSSTLVAN'IA RAILROAD. 05 AXD after Sunday, Sot. li. 1871. Pwnpr trains will leave Mifflin Station as follows: ... EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express., li.00 A. M fast Line. 2.22 A. M pc. Exp- fdo'i't stop) 10,05 A. M. BarrisbV Accouiuiuiia'n 1 1,23 A. M. itail Train 5.23 P.M.- Cifloionati Express 8,50 P." M. WtSTVVARD. Sontliern Express 2 34 A. M . fkmnvli PassenZ'T 4.5.1 A. M Pacific Express Way I'assonper Cincinnati trre?-.... Mail Train v.. Fastl-ine .. 5.56 A. M. ... 9.44 A. M. ..12 G P. M. .. 3.27 P. M . 6.2C !'. M. .. 8.15 P. M !ixed Tram. JAMES NORTH. Aa-'l TO AM) COU.NTItV. . Vu:0S04 arc going out of fasLlon io Taria- TilK fine imposed on pn.f me swearers i called by an exchange "sin tax." A cakaV.in of Gypsies p.-ifgi d through ttwa yct'-eriny, wcrtward-Louiid. . A e xebaiipe ssys tbat the man who cjIjM bi nuuatajhrt ia dying t jr lore. . l'lFSu.NS intending to buy Coil Stove tils 5piiiif, do well by calling on j E Litihfi' 1-J fon. Tnp ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 20 March 1872

S - . -..-,. I, 1 1IM I '" 1 "' " 1 " " f AM AND HOUSEHOLD. BARS CLSTEKSS. Klre oi me moat important Hjji;iiiiiij; -a to the btrn or etable is ft well built, c.v j a vmi i iptern. - Having a frill ujiilv of ( p i e water in tbe barn-yard U not only i a print tonvenienee, saving much time i i t.kirc borees and cattle 1o tlm pmi! or brt't to drink, but tbe water from a jl-kc t cittern is diiu'Ii more Ix-iKUul t Ffnrfc than tbe water from mar.y ef the Hock ponds, which, during the sum jcr months w hen water ia in- st nt-nl- d, i re but l.tllc moie tbuu mu-i-boli g. Tie water that fn'lii up ia an o dinary z'lbtrn n. !, course of a year is suf fiici-nt for all tlic flock that will mb-iUy fiud ti.,ite. in and arouud the u t. ; :.m 'be winter lim. whrn tbe pone aro ln,n t.vn,o- m-atnr in llio l.urn rr:I I. a greit couvenienco, not only for watcr ii g ctock, but fir wedir g tbe rut straw mi'l bay that ulioul.l be f'u i willi meal to I t 'aim borf- mi'l rat th-. ty i.it :iiei s li'i ta-8 nev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 27 March 1872

1 &: gaaisu ifntinrl. ESTABLISHED IX lfe-16. ' rcBtlSltD ETtKT WsDStSOAT JloJKISO, BriJ r 9ir"!t, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall, j ' MIFFL1ST0TX. PA. The JfsiAT Sestiskl ii published every i Wednesday morning at $1,60 a year, in ad - vaaoe ; or $2.00 iu all cases if not paid oromplly advance. No subscriptions dis- (gatinaed until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of ibe publisher. j lashitss Cares. Oils K. ATKINSON. Vttorney sit lziv, MU'FLINTOWX, r.. jiV.'.iCiiu; and Conveyancing promptly al'.enJ OfS- second story of Court House, above rnitbonotny's "iSff - jor.i':Ki' Mi MKEN. A TTOWSEY AT LAW, MIKFLIXTdWX. PA. ut2 'i I'rMe ?reet. in I be room Turnicrly occupie 1 tv 1-n'i V. 1'ailir. Esq. - - - i Q B I.' iL'lN, ' O. .Mil 1 l.IMUt -N. l'A., -rs n; service- io me cuuens oi juui a 1 1 n:iiv Auciiiu-er mid Vendue Crier, Chi-r".'. 'r ,1 (i jU W .1! i tllM-'i dollar. :ttifac nnvij Oni. 0 YF.S! O Y.KS! H. II. SXYDES, Perrysville, Pa , 7ti. - I.N s-i vit;. lo i iie cit ize...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 27 March 1872

Ill ,.. 1 .. i i.i mil mil -ir Ill I 11 ""-"'"" ,n . i-l;;.,Uirt-UiL;L;!h!i: lU- 'k.iow.l ' .liUSHimiltiiliHIWIIU'Hluml'JIIMllMliin Timlin '- "''H Juniata tntmtl. MIFFLIPTOWN ITeanesdar Xornlag;, March 27, 1872. B. F. 8CHWEIEU, EWT1 PROPRIETOR. FOR PRESIDENT, (IEX. ULYSSES S. GRANT. (Subject to aacuion of National Convention i FOR GOVERNOR. HEN. JOHN F. HARTRANFT. (.t rjret to decision of Slate Convention.) C EO. P. ROWELL & CO, 40 Park Row, New York S. M, PETTENGILL 4 CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are m:r .-.vpnta in fbal cir. and are u thoritcrl to contract for advertising at our ouestcd to leave their favors wilh eilher of the above houses. READING MATTER ON ETERT PAGE. . .. jit'Buijujii it-is in Miiiui.au ftaie icinrui Ceumiittce of Pennsylvania. J'uiLAUELriA, Feb. 5 1372. t pu;".,'K5" of t le resolution of the re publican Slate Central Committee, adoped t Murriabur. January ISth, 1372, a Republi can Stat convention, compose! if delegate from each Senatorial and representative dis...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 27 March 1872

3 1 Cje.Jaaiil fntiitci. CEDSESDAI MORNINO. MAR. 27. 1872. DlSffTlSSllS5S!!SSr AXD r ftr 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. Ic. Exp. (don't stop) 10,05 A. M. Harrisb'n larrisbV Accomuioda d 11,89 A. M. Mail Train.. Cincinnati Express WESTWARD Southern Ex pre Through Passenger Pacific Express 5,23 P. M. 8,50 P. M. 2.34 A. M .. 4.5.1 A. M: . 5.5G A. M. .. 9,44 A. M. .12.20 P. M. . 3,27 P. M AVay Passenger Cincinnati Exprefs.. Mail Train Fast Liue .. 6.2G P. M. 8.15 P. M JAMES NORTH. Aft Mixed Tiam- TON AND COl JiTKV. Dry The town cisterns. apparently dead The wheat. Has not run yet "Sugxr water.' Rktiumno from the Souili-BI.ick- birds. !..iiTME the coining Bcason will f111(3 . . gulouffs wharf a g.w d place to tie up lor 1 the night. . .Ls.ix sold j Captain H. 11. W .... Louse and lot la 1 atteron t -VLr. James Dean, ftr SltiOO. ; A. II. Maiitix, Esq., sold bis bouse ; lol on ...

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 March 1872

" FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. THE BOHEES. The beetle of this grub-worra comes f out at nig'if, S et in the tuorrrb of may, j tad deposit Ler epgs in tLe bnittif tlie I tree. TLe roi m livei neatly three years j before it Incomes a beetle. In tbe full . of tie tbird rear it cats a bole into th Leait of tlie tree ; tLen fbiming an argle it tores t tie baik ; tbeu it fill that J part of tb hide last ina-ie i:h i:s wood- j cuttings, and lives .heresungly tiil?pii:;gi when i: tu:i.s Id a Italic to produce olber , worms. To day tLee ia aa efu-eHulj preventive. Alkaline -abis soft snap; will prevtat tlie ruotti irom aepositii g in eggs ; flic f"i.t above tLe font of the tree is gnfficioi.t'y hih to at p!y tbe soap It eboo' I be iloi'.e an earl as tbe first of llav. This U of t'.e round beaded b irer Thee U r.ti tl.er lo;ei the Hat Lead which is crcnirie in ha o;.i tali i:a and wore iniiirioii i.i thi f ia'c than tbe oth flat bead I-rt i tl.e b-ik in various firm. and en'" if tie t Lf V OJ ou r tbe...

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