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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 July 1878

gXTIXEIj & REPUBLICAN MIFFLLNTOWN: TTcdneiada-f, Jaly 17, iTS. TERMS. Subscription, $1.60 per annum, If pud within 12 months ; $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cent per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line tor each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter vear. PENN'A. B. B. TIME TABLE. OV and after Monday, June 25th, 1877, passenger traijs will Wave Mifflin Sta tion, f. K. K., as follows : r STWiEO. Phila Ex., daily ex. Sunday night 11 Up ra "Mifflin Ace, daily except Sunday, 6 25 a ra Pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 10 19 am Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 32 a m Mail, daily except Sunday 6 05pm Atlantic Express, daily 8 10 p m Sunday train ..... . .... ........ 10 19 a ni .................... 605pm u 910pnj WKSTWASD. Pacific Express, daily 5 5S a ra Way Passenger 10 W a m Mail, daily except Sunday 8 85pm Mifflin Acc., daily e...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 July 1878

A ThrllUnc AdTentara with Shark. In 1838 Capt. Blank the captain does not wish hie narna mentioned wa first mate of a whalesliip cruHng out of Xew Bedford. The William King was one of those old-fashioned tub peculiar to the last centurr, sail ing equally well either way, bow or stem. Off Telegraph Hill, near San Francisco, " a school of whale was raised, led hy an immense bull, and steering in a northerlydirection. Two boats were at once lowered, but they had scarcely touched the water when the school parted, one runniug north, the other south. Captain Blank's boat followed one band, while Jim Watson, the mate followed the other. The cap tain's boat had a crew of magnificent oarsmen ; they laid to their work with a will, and after an hour's pull came w ithin range of the bull. Capt. Blank got an iron into him in short order, the lih sounded and went down at a speed which almost equaled that of the late '1 ginning express"train. The line ran out with a deafening hum ; the logger bead...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 July 1878

1-r Mi1 B. F. SCIIWEIER, TEE COJTSTinjTIOF-THE tnflOJT A5D THE ESTOBCEMEST OF THE LAWS. Editor and Pitprietor. VOL. XXXII. MIFFLINTOAVX, JUXIATA COUXTY, PEXXA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1S7S. XO. 30. fittftiirf SMBBh- ill Ww 4j ill 1. j IS J I 'ICwil UXDER THE YIOLETS. Her bauds are cold ; her face is bVs ; No more lier pulses coma and go ; Hr eyes are shut to life and light J ol J the white vestures, anow on snow, Aud lay her where the violets grow. But not beneath a graven stone. To plead for tears with alien eyes ; A slender cross of wood alone Shll say that here a maiden liea Iu space beneath the peaceful skies, Aud gray old trees of hugest limb. Shall wheel their circling shadows round. To make the soorching sunlight dim. That drinks the greenness from the ground Aud drop their dead leaves on her mound. When o'er their boughs the squirrels run. And through their leaves the robins call. And ripening in the Autumn sun The acorn aud the chestnut fall, ltouU not that she will heed them ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 July 1878

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFIINTOW'N. ITednelaT, July 24, 1ST. . F. 6CIIWEIER, kbitoi axo raortixToa. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. GOVERNOR, General Henry M. Hmft, or LCXEtSt. LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, lion. Cbar.es W. Stone, or WAEBE3. EKCRETARY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS, non. Aaron K. Dankel, Or PHILADELPHIA JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT, Jtadge James P. Sterrett, OP ALLEOHEKY. Eepublican Primary Election. As per resolution of the County Commit tee of tha Republican party or Juuuta county, abich met at the Pennsylvania House in the borough or Mifflintown, on Saturday, July 2'), 1878, the qualified mem bers of tbe Republican party of Juniata county are requested to meet at the usual place ot holding eleclioni iu tbe respective districts on SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 18T8, at 2 o'clock P. M , and after the election of a judge, and two clerks, by ballot, during the tint 30 minutes, proceed to rote by bal lot, for nomination ol the following officers: One member of Congress. One nieuibcrof Legislature. Protlio...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 July 1878

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOVTN : Wednesday, July 34, 18T8. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum, if pud within 12 months ; $2.00 if not pud within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the fear, half or quarter vear. 1ENN'A. R. RETIME TABLE. O" V and after Monday, July 15th, 1878, passenger trains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P- R- K., as follows : BASTWAKO. Nifliin Ace, daily except Sunday, 6 25 am Pacific Express, daily el. Monday 10 19 am Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 82 am Mml, daily ............... 6 05pm Atlantic Express, daily 9 10pm Pbila Ex., daily ex. Sunday night 1112pm Sunday train w ..- 1019am " " i 6 Oo p m " 9iupm WESTWARD. Pacific Express, daily ; 5 59 a iu Wsy Passenger 10 00 a m Mail, daily except Sunday JDopm Mitflin Acc., daily except Sunday, HKIpm Sunday train 558...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 July 1878

AGRICULTURE. Thb difficcltt ia raising' tomatoes is that we make the ground too rich. This favors the growth of vines rather than that of fruit. On the other band, if the soil is made poor enough to grow fruit well, there will not be enough of the stalk ; the crop will be too small. This can be remedied somewhat by planting closer, say three bills instead of two. But there wili be a lack, to some extent, of the size and fine quality of the fruit. All this can be obvi: d and the largest and best crops grown with out any wate of vine growth. Thus, by keepttig the growth in hand, feeding the plant as Is wanted for its different stages of growth until up to the bearing period, it will give sutliineiit vine for a full ciop. The check in the growth of the vine will favor the starting of the fruit, and push it forward, but perhaps not so much as is desired. If now the vine is not fed, it will rapidly turn pale and its growth come to a standstill. As soon as the fruit begins to push and the...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 July 1878

iff fir- -va- v jpj l;Ii'ICIS- B. F. SCHWEIER, THE COJTSTITUTIOIJ THE UmOS-AITD THE ENTOECEYEUT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXII. MIFFLINTOWX, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 31. 1878. NO. 31. BY-A5&-BY. Be jet, r.tls!i heart ! The long iiybt lie Is gieam of lingering annuhine on the hill: The home-bound swallow, twittering as ha flies. Makes silence aeem more etilL The shadows deeper grow, and in the woods Tiie air a latent sweetness hoi da in fee ; An odor faint of yet unbloaeomed bnds So like, dear heart, to thee ! fti d.r-unt in the soft, cerulean daep. Where the horizon bcnnda the nether world, Gr-at stipe beca.uied, like brooding birds asleep. Lie ar t!) white aails loose furled. in peaoe the dT is ended, and the night Fallrtb ax Uolh a veil npon the sea; Aiong its bosom come with swift-winged flight The t,ray mist silently. oh auiious heart, how Nature speaks! Her vower How leisurely she loses ! How intense Tlie iutiuite peace of her most fruitful ho...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 July 1878

gi!'-J 1 JJ1--L' SENTINEL k REPUBLICAN MII'FUSTOWX. Wednesday, July 31. I?S. B. F. SCII WEI Ell, EDITOR ASD PBOP1ICTOK. REPUBLICAN STATU TICKET. GOVERNOR, General Henry St. lioyt, or uinsi. LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, Hon. CbarKs T. Stone, OF WABBES. BECKETARY OF INTERNAL AFF A IKS, Hon. Aaron M. Dunkel, JUDGE OP SUPREME COURT, Judge James r. Sterreff, Or LLEGrlBSY. Kearney's Key Notes. Kearney's key notes are, the China man, and the defalcations of men who are rich and in prominent and extensive business places, jnst as if the reat portion of the country were made up of Chinamen and rich people, and just as if there were no 6lrort comings and defalcations among people 'who are not rich. As to the First, The Chinaman, the hostility manifested toward him on the Pacific coast is driving him out of the country, and will break up the treaty relations, in s great mea sure, bet ween this country and China; As a consequence the next genera tion of Chinamen in their native land will open their doo...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 July 1878

fl " "'I SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, July 31, iSTS. TERMS. Subscription, $1 .-10 per annnm, if paid within 12 months j $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col nmn, l'1 cents per Sine lor eacn insertion. Deductions will be iua4e to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter rear. PENN'A. E. BTIME TABLE. OV and after Monday, July lftth, 1878, passenger train will leave Mittlin Sta tion, P. & K., as follows EASTWARD. Mifflin Ace, daily except Sunday, 6 25 a m Pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 10 19 a m Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 32 a m Mail, daily . 6 05pm Atlantic Express, daily 910pm Fliila Ex., daily ex. Sunday Bight 11 12 pm Sunday train 10 19ara " " 6 05pm " " 10pm WESTWARD. Picific Express, daily 5 5 a m Wy Psssenger 10 00 am Mti, daily except Sunday....... 3 35pm Mifflin Ace, daily except Sunday, 8 Irtl p m Sunday train.....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 July 1878

AGRICULTURE. CHEAP and Convixiixt Motob ro. Farms. Tbe demand for ft low-power motor for light work la shops and faring hag brought out a new steam and water engine. Amors; the more recent steam motors of this class is a portable engine and boiler of one-horse power, that pre sents some features of value to the far mer and small manufacturer. The boiler is cast in a single heavy piece of car wheel iron, and depends for its safety on its great thickness. It consists of two circular castings, each thirty-eight cen timeters (fifteen inches) in diameter, and joined together by lour vertical tubes. The fire-box is placed in the middle of the lower casting, and thus surrounded by the water. The smoke flues are taken up through the ce: tre of each of the tubes that join the two parts of the boiler. A light dome fits over the top of the upper casting and serves to connect the flues with the chimney. By this simple arrangement is secured a good water surface, direct upward draught and plenty...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 August 1878

giil 13. F. SCHWEIER, . THE COirSTrnjTIOJr-THE USIOH-ASD TEE OrOECEMEST OP THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor: VOL. XXXII. MIFFLIN1WN, JUXLVTA COUNTY, PENN A. - WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1878. NO. 3-2. riSDKG FAULT. Iu speaking of a person's faults, Pray don't forget your own; lU-member those with home of glass Should seldom throw a atone. If we have nothing else to do Than talk of those who sin, Ti better we oommenoe at home, ' - And from that point begin. We have no right to judge a man Until he's fairly tried. Should we not like his comiwuy. We know the world is wide; Some mav have faults, and who has not? . The old as well as young, Perhaps we may, for all we know; Have fifty to their one. I'll tell yon of a better plan, And find it works full well, To try yoor own defects to cnre. Ere other's faults you teX And though I book time hope to be No worse than some I know, Jly own short comings bid me let The faults of others go. Now let us all, when we begin To slander frieud or foe. Think ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 August 1878

dESTlNEL REPUBLICAN H.FFLlSTOWjf. treduemlay, August M?9. rmroi ah rsorifrroe. fcEFUBUCAH STATE TICKET. GOVERNOR, General Henry M. tlvft, or ..titans. LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, Htrcr. Charles W. fcti, or wiuis. PECKETART OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS, Iln. Aaron K. Dvnker, or pHn.iCnnA- Jvmt of supreme court, Judge James I. Slerrett, or Li.EuuEr. Kearney's First Speech in BoBton. Read Kearney's speech, as delivar od in Boston a few days ago, and published ixi atibther column of this papeiv There seeam to be one prom ineat object in it, and that is, to create bad feeling between people who have means and people who have no means. Th point hs desires- to make is to create a bad feeling be tween the people who are employed ond the people who employ. He ut terly failed to tell that in-a great ma jority of cases the people who now employ others in- their work, were once employed in'like manner as they row employ people. Hs say labor in this country is king. That is silly talk. If Le means to say tnat l...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 August 1878

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN! OWN: VTedaesdar, August 7, 1S7S. TERMS. Subscription, $1.60 per annnm, if paid witlin 12 month j $2.00 if cut pud within 12 months. Treasiaot advertisements inserted at 60 eeota per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col mn, 10 cents per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter rear. TeNNB. EjJIME tablr OX and alter Monday, July 16th, 1878, passenger trains will leave Mifflin S Ca tion, P. B. K., as follows : BASTWABD. Mifflin Arc., daily except Sunday. 6 2 a m Pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 10 19 a m Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 82 a m Mail, daily .............. 6 05 p ni Atlantic Express, dally...,,, .... 9 10 p m Pbila Ex., daily ex. Sunday night 11 12 p in Sunday train ...... .... . , ...... 10 19 a ni ' ..... 605pm - 910pm WESTWARD. Pacific Express, daily.......; .... 6 6V am Way Passenger ....... 10 00 am Mail, daily except Sunday, S 35 p m ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 August 1878

AGRICULTURE. Shelter With Eveborkens. Heltc w screens to protect from the sweep of winter wind? ma? be formed in several different wars. The simplest of course i the single'llne of trees, for which the Norway spruce is the best. The distance n j rt m-ill virv with the intended object. II it is desired to iorm a screen mwu miwLriu hpicrht. the trees are to at be ct nnur tnimthpr. nr Wlthill tWO Or th re feet. If two and a half feet high when au etui tiiA Kiirk i well done, and the line of trees is kept well cultivated, they will form a goon tow screen Three or four years, and in six years w'll lui In dira At tiflMtl IWt lllfrl. ai 1U it , am) . . '. . .I! with almost wiprTvious loiiaur as m-.i as six or eight feet. By cutting back yearly (not i-hearing) it is easily kept within these dimensions. Large seroens for sheltering orchards and farm fields may be in the form of belts three or lour rods wiile, and they will possess the ad ditional advantage of ultimately yield ing valuable ti...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 August 1878

SENTINEL AND REPUBLICAN. SUPPLEMENT. MIFFLDfTOWN, PA., "WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1878. Republican Primary Election. As per resolution .t the County Commit ter of th Republican party of Juniata cunty. which met at the Pennsylvania House in the borough of Mittlintown, on Saturday, July 21, s,s, the qualified nieiu- Fifth. If any two or more persona h u e ' cthi jimnoer 01 voles lor lue same office the judges shall jroceed to ballot for its choice, the person having the highlit niiiniKT 01 voles to Ik- the nominee. Sixth. The return judges shall becompe- , tent to reject, b) a majority, the return-. ' Republican Primary Election Tickets, For Satunlay, Aug. 17,1818 bers u( the Republican party of Juniata ,ro,u n election district where there is county are requested to meet at the usual , evidence of fraud, either in the return, or places ol holding elections in the respective j otherwise, to the extent of the fraud torn districts on j milted. Seventh . No person shall be permitted to vole p...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 August 1878

- - 1NN0ONCEMENTS. 1 Editor Sentinel and Republican Dear Sir, The time is approaching whea the Re publicans of this Cong-estionul district must select a candidate for Congress. Wilh otit disparagement to any gcntlcuica of the district, we believe that Juniata comity can present a candidate the per of any gtn tie man likely to be named, in point ot ability and peisonal integrity, and possessing all the elements of political popularity that mar be claimed for the iDottp.jp.il.ir. Per mit us. then, Mr. Editor, to mine L,in K. Atkinaox, Esq.. of Mitllinfowii. as a candi date for Domination fur t'uiiftm, subject to the rules and regulation of the Repub lican, party. KtrcBucass or UirrLixTows. LEGISLATURE. Editor Sentinel and Republican Dear Sir, Believing that the interests of the Republi can party caa be advanced by the nomina tion and election of a stauch Republican to the Lower Houe of the Legislature, we have the honor ot presenting the name of Ob. J. P. Steebett, of Fort Koyal, as a...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 August 1878

n hi ill ' iL. x, B. F. SCIIWEIER, THE COSSTITUnOIT-THE USIOII-AIID THE EBIOBOEMEHT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, FENNA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 187S. NO. 33. OUR OWH. If I luul koowa in the morning How wearily all the day The words unkind Would trouble my mind, I said when I went away, I bad been more careful, darling. Nor given you needless pain ; lint we Tex "our own" With look and tone We may never take back acaiu. For though in the quiet evening 1 may give you the kiss in pea-. Vet it might be That never for me The pain of the heart should cease ! How many go forth in the morning That never come home at night ! And hearts have been broken. By haTHh' words spoken. That sorrow ne'er can set right. We have careful thought for the stranger, And sin'les for the somvtuue guest. But oft for " our own The bitter tone. Though we love "our own" the best. Ah '. lips with curse impatient ! Ah ! brow with that look of acorn ! Twi-re a cruel fate...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 August 1878

aOTINEL & REPUBLICAN MtFFLlNTOWX. WedacMday, August 14. 1ST. B. P. SCHWEIER, eorro aso noftiEroa. BEPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. GOVERNOR, General Henry 41. Hoyt, or liuixi. LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, Hon. Charles W. Stone, OF WAttES. SECRETARY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS, Iltrn. Aaron K. Dunkel, Or PB1LADELPHIA. JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT, wire James P, Sterrett, Or ALICOHEXY. The Valedictory of the Tribune. Some years ago, John 7. Speddy, coder the inspiration of encourage ment from certain members of the Democracy in tbi comity,- brought a newRjwper from the valley of the Susquehanna aud sot it up in this place, as an Independent Democratic wgaff. The paper was called the In dependent. After the lapse of a period of time, 11 B. McCrum bought the paper, and changed it from that of an Independent Democratic paper to that of an Independent Republican peptT, vritb a chnnge of name ahso, railing it the Juniata Tribune. For a number of years previous to his com ing here McCiinu vas identified with the org...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 August 1878

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLtNTOWN : Wednesday, Aug ast 14, ItTS. TERMS. Subscription, $1.60 per annum, if paid within 12 month ; $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. . . Transient advertisements inserted it 50 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local Col mn, 10 cents r-r line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter ear. PENN'A. & EJIME TABLE. ON and after Jfonday, July loth, 1878, passenger trains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. K. K., as follows : ntrtiiD. Mifflin Acci, daily except Sunday, 6 25 a m Pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 10 19 a m Johnstown Ei., daily ei. Sunday 11 82 a m Mail, daily t ".. 6 05pm Atlantic Express, daily.......... 9 10pm Pbila Ex., daily ex. Sunday night 11 12pm Sunday train .....1019am " " " i 6 05 p m - " 9l0pm WESTWARD. Psciflc Express, daily 6 it a m Vay Passenger 7U X a in Mail, daily excej.t Sunday S 35 p m Milflin Ate., daily except Sunday. 8 00 f ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 August 1878

ttomanes of Sewing Machines. Isaac Merritt Singer, the Inventor of the Singer sewing machine was a native of Schaghticoke, New York, where he was born about the beginning of the war of 1S1J. He early moved to Wayne county, where he married Catharine SI. Haley In 1830. At that time he was a wood turner. Two children were born to them. In 1337 they moved to Jfew York, and soon afterwards he joined a company of strolling players, his wife remaining in the city. At Baltimore he saw In the audience an attractive look ing young woman about eighteen years of age, whose appearance excited Sing er's interest. He found her out, called upon her, and through his representa tions that he was a single man, she ac cepted his attentions and promised to become his wife. Her name was Mary Ann Sponsler. They went to Xew York, where he had a quarrel with hU wife and they separated. Instead of fulfilling tis promise to Miss Sponsler to marry her be put her off with various excuses, and finally persuaded...

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