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

SU. -gaiiiata ESTABLt?IlBO IN 1840. PbsUSUSB. EVBRX vTtDUKSHAT McBSlSO. Bndse Street, opposite the OJa Fellows' HU, MIITUNTOWS. PA. TnE'Jcxiara Sextixel It published every WeJaesday,moraing at ft.SO a year, is ad vance ; or $2,0(1 ia U cases if Dot paid promptly ia advance. No subscriptions dis continued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. gusiiuss Carbs. JOUIS E. ATKINSON, -A-ttoniey at Jo.tv ' MIFFLINTOWN, PA. HoFC4UtiDg and Conveyancing promptly alien Jed to. Offioav second story of Court House, above rYotsoaotary s orbce. ROBERT McMEEX. ATTORNEY AT LAW, MIFFLINTOWN, PA. Office on Bridge street, in tlie room formerly occupied by Kxra D. i'arl er, Esq. g C. LOUDEN, MIFFLIXTOWX, PA., Offers his services to the cititens of Juni ata county as Auc'ioueer aud Vendue Crier. Charges. ;rom two to ten dollars. Satisfac tion warranted. novo-TJtu. o YES! O YES! H. H. SNYDES, Perrysviile, Pa, Tenders his services to the citixcua f Juoi eta and a 'jiiutug c ui...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 3 April 1872

imiatzt Sentinel SlirHUTOWN' Wednesday Morning, March 27, 1872. B. F. SCHWEIER, ' EDITOR A PROPniETOR. fOIt PIlEblDENT, ti EX. ULYSSES S. GRANT. Snliject to decision of Nation! Convention ) FOR GOVERNOR. (IEN. JOHN F. IIARTRAXFT. (Subject 19 decision of Staia Convention.) G EO. P. ROWELL & CO, 40 Park Row, New York AND S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, K. Y, Arc our $oU agents in I hat city, and are au thorized to contract for advertising at our lowest rales. Advertisers iu that city art te iuested to leave their favors witb eitber of the above houses. READING- MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. i.wiuHi ii.ia a,. r,iarjuu ni.ic mull Commute of IVnnsvlvania. . I'm r n.i ri ,., , t-yi, ; icto In pursuance of tbe resolution of tie p.e - publican Slate (Vntral Comtnittee, adoped at jlarritburg, January 18iu, 1A72, a Republi can Stale convention, compose! if delegates from each Senatorial and Representative dis trict. in the number to wiiicli sucb district is en titled iu the Legislature, ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 3 April 1872

& t Jaaiaia Stnthtci. WEDNESDAY MOENIXG. APRIL 3. 187 .......:.,....:....,.i...... , PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND ; after Siinday, Nov. Is, 1S71, Passenger ! Trains will leav.Mifljm Station a. folio,. : ! Cast wa rd. Philadelphia Express".. 12,50 A. 51 Fast Liue - 2,22 A. M. Pac Exp. (don't stop) 10,05 A. M. Harrisb'g Accotumoda'n 11,28 A. M. Mail Train 5,23 P. M. Cincinnati Express 8,50 P. M. WESTWARD. Southern Express 2,34 A. M. Through Passenger 4.53 A. M. Pacific Express 5,56 A. M. Way Passenger 9,41 A. M. Cincinnati Expre?s....... 12.26 P. M. Mail Train 3.27 P. M Fast Line . G.CG P. M. 31ixed Train 8.15 P. M. JAMES NORTH, Ag't TOWN AND COUNTIIV. Tug waler is in the canal, ready fur "boatii The doctors of Huntingdon county are bout organizing a medical association For Sale. Two young horse. F,r .. ,,. ,. ver, bpiucc Hill township. I 1 ' .: A W LF was shot in Freedom town- j hip, lil.tir county, last wei k that mca-! urvd six frft irom tip to tip. ; T' '" . . r, i i lit (jrs...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 3 April 1872

FARM AXD HOUSEHOLD. To Eenew Old Grape Tines. The editor of tie Praettcol Farmer says : Havinon oar premises, planted by former owert probably twenty yean, half a dozen ol J grape vines whh large weather-beaten trunks of stems, wbicb made annu illy but little new wood and yielded but very few poor grape, two seasons ago we cut off the bawdies, and laid tlie main etem down in trenches, covering with abont a foot of earth. L Vigorom and healthy shoots sprang up in grea: ubnndance, tlie weak ones uf which wrrc broken sAT, and h ading ones at proper litat'c trained to the arbor. The new growths are clean, healthy and strong, and we look for bushels uf fruit from the new bearing wood. .We have seen many old vines that would be improved by such treatment. JnFOHIATJ;K TO Uuli8E Ow.LK. Keep the h gs of your horses clean, as dirt is productive of diner.se. Scr tches and heel cracks are cure' by the lollowing raeil.i d : Wash the feet clean, t!ien dry thoroughly, and apply carbolic salve at l...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 10 April 1872

Pcausucn KrrnT WtDpT MoiJ!v Bridge Street; Tposite t be Odd Fellows' ilell, " :MlFFLTSTdTX."PA. " " I UK J UKIATA 3KXTI5IL IS published CVery Wednesday mornings at $1,50 vear, "in ad-' rauce; or $2,00 in ell eases if not .paid' promptly id advance. No sssbsenptions dis continued until all arrearages arc paid, unless at tLe option of the publisher.' . " jushifss ,Carbs. J OUIS E. ATKINSON, i . -A.t t pruqy" n t la-w, V. IFF LI STOWS, TA. O-CuTlietiug and Conveyancing promptly attended to- Office, second sfory oT Court Home, above IVothoD'jtaijr' oflice. j015l:iit m' mi:kx, A TTORX EY A T LA W, . JIIFFLINTOWX, PA. OOiceon rii.lge Mtrecf. in ilie ruom formerly occupied Xy Kir 1). Pari er, Ej. g B. LOCl'ES, " MIFFL1NTOWX, PA., Offers Ufs Services to the citizens of Jnni i couni v m Aucinter and Vendue Crier. C'j irges, Iiumivca to leu duli:irs. Sntidfac tion wutrtited nov3-'Jm. Q YES! O YESl . , , E. H. SNYSE2, Perrysvillo, Pa , TenJrs his s:;rvics to tlie citizens ut Juni ' mu1 ft'lj'i...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 10 April 1872

Juniata Jntind. MIFFLIPTOWN Wednesday Morning, April 10, 1872. F. SCII WEI ER, tlllTOR PROPRIETOR. FOR PRESIDENT, (JEN. ULYSSES S. GRANT. (Sah.eet to decision f National Convention ) FOR GOVERNOR. (JEN. JOHN F. IIARTRANFT. (Si.l jecl la decision of Slate Convention.) 6E0. P. ROWELL 4 CO, 40 Park Row, New York S. . PETTENG1LL & CO., 37 Pa;k Row, N. Y, Are ur ' kgents in that city, and are au tlierired to contract for advertising at our lowest rates. Advertiser ia that city ara le tiested to leave their furors with either of the above houses. KEADIM MATTER OH EYERY PAGE. Thb McCIurc Gray contest cost S14,- The ain.tunt raised in the Southern f-'utes Id Luil 1 a monument to General It K. I e is about SI 1 000. Tuts Eighteenth Conzresf ioual District under the late apportionment u composed if the counties of IJedford, F:atiklin, Fulton, Juniata and Adams. Spkakkr IUtan, in his valedictory in tbe Slate Senate last Thursday, said, '1 he exjieiiiHS of the government for the mining tar ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 10 April 1872

&t I asiatr Stntintl. WXDNBSDAl MORNING, APRIL 10, J872 PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND j Trains will leave Mifflin Station as follows; -- j . . . iunt(nKii EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express.. 12,50 A. M Fast Line 2,22 A. M. Fac. Exp. (don't stop). 10,05 A. M. Hsrrisb'g Accommoda'n 11,23 A. M. Mail Train 5.23 P. M. Cincinnati Express 8,50 P. M. WS8TWAB.D. Southern Express 2.34 A. M. Through Passenger 4,5.1 A. M. Pacific Express 5,56 A. M. Way Passenger 9,44 A. M. Cincinnati Cxprefs 12,20 P. M. Mail Traiu , 3,27 P. M Fast Line 6.2G P.M. Mixed Train 8. 15, P. M- JAMES KORTH. Ag't TOWN AND COUNTRY. Let. A dwelling hou?c on Cherry Five rooms and a basement To street. kitchen If you want to buy a fi:st clafs article iu Pry Goods or Groceries, you cau be suited at Shelley & StaiiibaugL's. JoStrtl Rothr'ick, of Fermanagh township, is the Executor of 11. C. Gal lasher's Will : A .Mix uamed Luther Jjss been lodged j in jail at llollidaysbuig, charged with firing the Logan House at AUooiia...

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

FARM. AND-- HOUSEHOLD. CATTLE-LORDS OP TEXAS. Their Floeks and Herds. . . .; - Tbe St. Louw Journal of Commerce ay : , . t Tfxai haa been aptly designated lbe great cattle-Live' of North America " More than balf a ceutorj ago, under iuducetneola offered hy tLe Spanish Colonial authorities iu Jiexieu, tLe coast region from tLe Ssabitie to tLe itio Grande, a level and fertile Lilt froai thirty to f:x!j miles broad, was pci'.fcd Ly- Spa:ii;tj and A uitv ic.tu emigrant?, bo bronLt'. with tb-m tin ir nUive breed of catile,' w Licit, uiid'-rrtriviikaUly favorable ciicuinslucfr8 of cl'mitte and patturare, amalgamated into a common e lock, c ml iluing in a large degree tLe Letter print of tLe conelilutnt breeds. I p to lL sUofglt- fur iixaji mJepeud cuce tbe incrf e (T tL : In rua was re maitaMj ra; i-l. Iu t!ie d u 'uibaiice and social di.-l'.cation w Licit tli:!ii ensue..!, the western J ortiru cf iLia cnttli? rrginn be came almost depnpnLiled, a::d tjie cattle, for lack ol o .v:j r. rt L...

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

n i. I J ! ii i i ? 31 f trill p j 4 1 i -a i Ifaaiata .f-cutiatl. i...j:.iSisi. Kraut TVudsxsdat Morsino, gr,JgeS:reet, opposite the OJJ Fellows' Hall, MIFFLINTOTTN. PA. Tits Juniata StsTiJiii. is published every , Wc.laesdsy running l 5Ii0 year, in d- taccs; or ?-.00 in Cl,ws " not P'd j juumpi'j' in a-ivauee. . cui'cuiuumuu. continued uutil ail arrearages art paid, unless at the option of the publisher, i '."' . .v j gusinrss darbs.'''; GUIS E..ATK.LNSON, ,.., Attorney Jit Jsxv, MU r LtSTOWK, PA. V . ; : j-Cleonssnd Convpjancing promptly attended l0 .tthce, R-icnii I ftury of Court House, above J'r,nl;oiiui",'.'r's uliife. . . j'ioitKKr M.MKKN. a i rons ey a r la w, M I t I.I S TOIJ' x, r a. '. i i f n KriJjte street, in theroom formerly oconpi'-'l liy Kira I). Pari er, Ksq. " V. LOl'LES, MlfFI.IXTOWN,- PA,, his ervices to ilie e'ttizenf of Juni iu c I'.sn'v as Auciotitor ftnj VcuJu Crier. :n t'rom torn o ten dulliirn. iSatiBftic- ;..n U iii ti.:"i nov3-3m. 0 YKS! O YES ! H. II. ...

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

-JO i li HiiHH H it r14- Juniata Sentinel MJFFLI1T0WS rTsrtiwwdar Homing, April 17, 1872. B. F. SCHWEIER, SUIT"". PROPRIETOR. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT. GENERAL U. S. GRANT. FOR GOVERNOR. GEN. JOHN F.HART RAN FT or MoiiTooxrar corsTT. FOR SUPREME JUDGE. ' ULYSSES MERCUR,; OF BBAIlfOBD CO( NTT. HON, FOR AUDITOR GENERAL. GEN. HARRISON ALLEN, Or WASHES COUSTT. FOR CO.VGRrSPMKN AT I.AKCK, litN HARRY WHITE, of Indiana. '.EN LEMUEL TODD, of Cumberland. 1'U EOATF.S AT I.ARUK TO THE CONHU TTTIONAI. COXVIXTIO.V. WM. M. MEREDITH. Philadelphia. J. GII.LINGHAM f ELL. Philadelphia 5en. HARRY WHITE. Indiana. Hen. WILLIAM LILLY. Cirhoo. MS BARTHOLOMEW, Schuylkill. II. N. M'ALISTER, Ceutre. WILLIAM DA VI 8. Monro. JAM E.S I.. REYNOLDS. Lancaster. M4MUEL E. DIM MICK. Wayns. 'iF.OROii V. LAWRENCE, Washington. UAVio . hue. Allegheny. ii. .if,i, i.ebieu. JOHN II. WALKER. Erie. GEO. P. ROWELL AC0.40 Park Row, New York AND S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Ara aur tole agents in ...

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

I -LVVM.V RAILROAD.-ON AND Ul leTe Mifflin -. E4UTWARD. r.BI ph'.Udelplii Express.. 12,f0 A. M o oo A If F Line.......v;"-"-- - ; ep- 1 '. . u rr-tb'e ecamoioda n 11,:3 A. Slii 5.23 P.M. Ci oeia&aU .xpre....- ." fioutbero Express.. Pacific Expi f Padsenger Cincinnati Exprcf.. Mail Train Fast Line 2,34 A. .U ... 4.63 A. M. ... 6,66 A. M. ... 0,41 A. M. ...12,26 P. M. ... 3.27 P. M . . 6.26 P. M. .. 8.15 P. M Mixed Trm.. JAMES NORTH. Ag't I TO AM COI KTUY. I . f hif wiJ ilmt fool is advancing in yiKireu dresses ar lashionable this Hixiinodos l'reepytery contains Itv two rhnrches that are served by io minister. The Uwistown lamp lighter. I 81"'8 i e.0' jf rl,e bundred t .v,::,r- nd fiifv dollars j t t T.tr nave factory of Mr. James Irvin, ! 4 ' . , . laf Rrxit i:p, tl.at was deftrojea tiy fre no! l .Mg Hince, id b-i.,S rebuilt. 1 J i 4 Jt'itiiK 1'i':kpov was sppoiutrd by , & Convention, a delegate to the j tttiiuiul Convention ! H ' nu'neron to mention lie arti - ; frt f, r sal...

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

ijjjt-MwwaMtMWwMMfjgtJiaaty)0njpaa FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. , i ntOFITSOFHOXEI. At recent convention of bee culturieta. ' held in Cleveland,' Ohio, some static tira of the profit of bbney Tawing were elici ted whicb were) rather amazing. For . instance, Mr. Quitnby, i noted be raiser at St. Jonevilla, N. Y, hi 18.000 ponnda of surplus hnnevfroin 300 swarms Of box li mey tiie-Iargest yield " over 200 poauJd. . TLia Luncy w of t!ie very -bto quality .'"being made fcci"' wbiU d ivi-r Mi'B'jnu. ilr. IWnwr, d Janeivil'.e. Minn.! wd tuat be toU tlx j tons of lioney ii.iu 72 a warm, together J. with th ir inert e. darinsr ;the avntwh: " "'tr"c-' f ime of llejJ-ffcl .U;e.B v r ,3" Th time about t vi-Ive days of July. ,ih:a ua: ,0 th, fftCl ,at Lave seenred and good y'it Id, laOOO p-undn from 75 swarms . filted up one of lue jnegt rooms in the conn is an average of 160 . pounds per Live ! ty, directly opposite our old atandj previous Two w -rarn Wre''nirt.t!tniJ an tak-rgi to the Terrible fire tf...

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

tmT'k 31 1 ! I ZHt Muaiata ratine. tsriBLISHED IN 1846. rUBLISUEU EVEUT vVkDHESDAY MOBNINO, Bridge Sireet, opposite the Odd Fellows' nll, MIFFLISTOWX. PA. Th Jusiata Se.ntisl is published every Wednesday morning t $1,00 a year, io d vnnce; or $2,00 H cases if not paid promptly in advance. So Bubscriplioni dis continued until all arrearages are paid, unless t the option of the publisher. business Carbs. i GUIS K. ATKINSON. M1FFI.1NTOW.V, PA. gK-ColliCtin? and Conveyancing promptly atteni'l to. ortice. second story of Court House, above Protlmnotiiry's nHice. jOr.i;UT McMKEX, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MIFFLISTOWX, TA. Office on firidgc street, in the room formerly occupied by Kzra 1). Parher. Esq. s 1! L-Ol'DEN, MTFI'LINTOWX. l'A., Offer his services to the citixens of Juni at ounty as Anc'ioiiecr and Vendue Crier. Cliirire", from two .o ten dollar. Sutisl'ac ii,n warranted nuvS-'jm. Q YES! O YES! II. H. SNYDER, Perrysville, Pa, Tenders his services to the citizens of Juni ata mi I a 'j-iiuinj...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 24 April 1872

: --m0BmnlPWf jiihiaia eniieL AatP' -Jif MIFFLISTOWN Vfcdneday Morning, April 24, 1872. B. F. SCIIWEIER, lUIITOB. TROPRIBTOR. BEPUBIICAN NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, GENERAL U. S. GRANT. FOR G0VERX0R. Q EN. JOHN F.HARTRANFT! lr MONTGOMERY CUI'ICTT. HI! j'UTUEME JUDGE. HON. ULYSSES M E R C U R,1 OF EUAl'f'OKI. ITOl KTT. FOR AUDITOR C EVER L, GEN. HARRISON ALLEN, r WARItK CLXTT. FOR (IGRKSSMEN ATI.AKUK, itX. MAIiltV WHITE,, or Indiana. OEX. LEMUEL TODD, of Cumberland. tri.KOATKS AT l.MttiB TO THE CONST? TCTI'.KAL CO.WtMIOJi. AVM. M. MEREDITH. Philadelphia. J. Ull.I.INCIIAM HOLL. I'hiUdelphia ;t-n. HAIU'.V WHITE, Indiana. IS. mi. WILLIAM LI i.I.V. Carhou. I IN V I'.AIiTHoLOMEW, fhuy!kill. II. N. M ALISTICIt, I'entre. WILLIAM DAVIS, Monro. JAMES L. RE V.NOLDS. Lancacter. AMIEL E. DIMMK'K. Wayne. lU'-OLCfc V. LA W RENTE, Washington. DAVID N. WHITE, Allegheny. W. II. AIVEY, Lehigh. .MUX II. WALKER, Erie. GE0.P.R0WELLiC0,40ParkRow,NewYork:Ma8Sllc!ltl;;ett3) 0hio, Oregon, Pennsyl- S. M. PETT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 24 April 1872

rU:,t.l J144" :r-- - Z7 in-.) ! tl'M'4-- . . 8f5 ! r-JSSVLVASU R.ULi'.OAD.-ON AND ON AND Mifflin Siaiiou as louowa: at.:.,. Ui niWlpto 1W0A.M H.rr.-(SAccomu.oJ. ol l.23A.M- g'S r m tfneiiinat! Lxpress S,oU i . WESTWARD. K.r.mf 2.34 A. XL. j,,lUil'" '""I Thriis IVseuger... Pacific Expres?- Way Passenger Cincinnati Express.. ... Mill Train Fast Line Mixed Train J A ME. ,. 4.53 A. M. . 5.56 A. M. .. 9.44 A. M. .12,26 P. M. ,. 3.27 P. M . 6.20 P. M. . S.I.3 P. XI NORTH, Ae't I oV ASH 'Ot'NTKY. Ni:V Cii-:'S at Paper's Sutre Call ..i sec. Lnvi-Towx talks of organizing a game i J (i?h association. llRP rr f'r l-'Ctl it lis The editor : t!ie Inthprnlfit. UuM.rv & Hoitxixn have jut re a Lrge 1m of new ready-made lollii:'?- 'J'llE etrn't at nifjlit is almost as lig' t diy between tLc two stores of Tilten 2t F.p1"g.''iai(' It is taid tliat turpentine will enre k iaw, l warming it and pouring it on pot wound. An exchange says that two pills of -ua camphor swallowed will in twenty jfriiinute...

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

a , .I, ,i,. . .julwiii 1 1 n i . i,i i . ' ill It f TbMiTTtrj H'lViliiWW'it' t FAIOI AM) IIOUSKIIOLI). THE CIS A DA THISTLE. It U a matter of tlie greatest urprie that tbe farmer of Northern Pennivlva nia bave not been more energetic in tbeir endeavors to prevent tbe inroad of tbf Canada Thistle on tbeir primises, or to get rid of what there may already be there-. It in a well known fact that near ly the whole of the We? tern New York is overran by this noxious weed, ai d thut Laving once obtained a foothold, it is of all other farm ftrrlr, one of the most difficult to f .njiiate. lu view of fuch a fact, it wniM feeni to be oi,ly a matter f ordinary j-uce "ti tbe part of every farmer to take all possible precautious against its introduction on to bis premi gee, and yet there with many, such marked indifference, that it deserves no Letter title than downright criminality. One careless farmer may be, and fre quently is, the means of introducing this weed to an entire neigbboibnod, an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 1 May 1872

s "air Lj! origan; 2?M he hJ ecU! liar. ertiejj 'PS tev ator,' tr. I;;, dye,! s of tfcj " war. to Its reaiis 'fori La. "VP . ! dor I ce:ili!(. fi'ectit! or jra-.' i ro'c S 9Ii tOrlt l!.ik la'.ij. ccrci re uV rovi, enved ed fnr UbieiiJ s ' Sc-di-i' oron. e h::j ', aniij Frf Which is sod r can rautui rabJe. . does lass jO., nsis, Jkl E. ins; e. tn;rl 5 p i Of j SfU of ; )P I) S B ilB ! .j lps )P ir i..n ,pef f J I ! ft- I r'rj sS " j f is A ri "hi is . j I B - a 1 i : I t j ,4 "1 V jac Juniata ratincl. ESTABLISHED IS 1846. PiBLlSHrSO EtKT JVIKSDAT MoBBlXO, Bri'lg Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall, MIFFLIXTOWX, rA. . . Trie JuifiATA Sestisil i published every juf iJy morning at $1,50 a yer, in d. Tinea: or 52,00 in all eases if not paid promptly in alvance. No subscriptions die- ,t ti, opia of the publisher. Jfasintss. Carta. L OL'IS E. ATKl.Xv., JLtloniey sic V1FFLIXT0WS, PA. rgtf-OolUctius snJ Conveyancing promptly attended to- Office, second story 01 loon iiouse. aoove proiLono...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 1 May 1872

Hii4-4,Ni"' '-VT-ltl ilj'i - itjiihiiMaasa ilillUKUMMia.l hm 1 '" ,LI , j.-'Hwu.Mrewfrh Juniata Sentinel. MIFFLINTOWN Wednesday Morning, Kay 1, 1872. B. F. SCHWEIER, EDIT PROPRIETOR. HEPUBLICAH NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT. GENERAL U. S. GRANT. FOR GOVERNOR. GEN. JOHN F.HARTRANFT or noiTuoMERr coiktt. FOR SUPREME JUDGE. HON. ULYSSES MERCUR, OF BKAUFOVn COISTT. FOR AUDITOR GENERAL. GEN. HARRISON ALLEN, OF WASHES COUXTT. FOR CONGRESSMEN AT I. A FOB, GFX. HARRT WHITE, of Indiana. ,ES. LEMUEL TODD, of Cumberland. IlII ECATKS AT I.ARUB TO THE COXSTI- TtTIOlfAL CONVENTION. WM. M. MEREDITH. Philadelphia. J. G1LLINCHAM I-ELL. Philadelphia r,ia. HARRY WHITE, Indiana. On. WILLIAM LILLY. Carbon. I. INS BAKTKOLOMKW, Schuylkill. II. Jf. Jl ALIiSTKR, (Ventre. WILLIAM DAVIS. Munrne. JAM Kit L. REYNOLDS. Lancaster. SAliUEL E. DIMM1CK. Wayne. GEOKOr: V. LAWRENCE, Wahingtou. DAVID N. WHITE, Allegheny. W. II. AlvEV, l.Miigh. JOHN II. WALKER. Erie. GEO. P. ROWELL 4 CO, 40 Park Raw, New York axd S. M. PET...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 1 May 1872

Janiata $tntintl fEDNESDAi MORNING, MAT 1. 1872. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND after Sunday, Nov. 12, 1871, Passenger Train will leave Mifflin Station as follows: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express.. 12.50 A. M Fast Liuc 2,22 A. M. Pac. Exp. (don't etop) 10,05 A. M. Ilarrtsb g Accouimoda o II,2b A. iH. Mail Train 5,23 P. M. Cincinnati Eipres 8,50 P. M. WESTWARD. Southern Express 2,34 A. M. Through Passenger 4.53 A. M. Pacific Express 5,56 A. M. Way Passenger 9.44 A. 51. Cincinnati Express 12,26 P. H. Mail Train - 3,27 P. M Fast Line.-- 6.2G P. M. Mixed Train 8.15 P. M JAMES NORTH, Ag't TOWS ANI COU.1TRV. ut of season freeb oysters. This is coven t ion day at Cincinnati. A railroad between Milton and Se'.irs grove is talked of. George Wilson's Guy per Car is never tailing in its trips. It is said that marble has been found in Outer county Dr. J. F. Sor has moved to Anaville. Lebanon counly. Mrs. Maria Reeee has opened an ice cream saloon at her residenbe in Patter .m. 1T is believed by p...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 1 May 1872

''"Fi-iffiiiiliiwWI ,a,.,.iii.r..,,iM miXMjMHi "" '.',t'!'!'ty,?A'.-.!!g.!U ' irtw.OTnfmi . i f toOOBtn ... ,1; 'I ! FARM AND IIOUSEIMLD. ODE OF IIABVESTINU WHEAT IX CAL Wheat is sometimes cut dowo with ( reaper and bound into sheave ; bnt more . generally it u headed. I be latter pro cess it the cheapest one, bnt can not be followed when the crop ia extremely heavy aod lying on the ground. In heading, the machine ru's the emp and pause it iuto a wa jon. It :a then hauieJ off to a convenient position, and piled up unbound in a h'-.p, wlirre it awaits the arrival of the thresher Whether reaped or leaded, it is unnecessary to go to any exi-.-e in protecting it irom tlie weather. If the farmer nieuus to sell it oon after being threshed, he hs no need to haul it to his granery. Afer the ibrt ehing if over, iromcni-e piles of sacks can be sor-n lj ing for months in the open field. . They are perfectly afe ; they are nev?r stolen and never injured by the weather. Aecoapaning the header th...

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