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

f: i I Ifjf 3faa:3ta ifntinri. 3TA tLI Sil Kl) IN 184G. " - Bt,.BEU EVKKT IVtnsni)! Mobki.no, .ri orpo"it,',',ct''IJ Fellow Hall. MIFFLINTOWN. TA. Ta, jCXI.,T Skxtinkl is published every, JowiaJ imrning at $1.50 a year, in ad-, or 10 '' c,es " not paid in tlvance. No subscriptions dis- trof?''j ... .jlliOUf J "n,iI 1,11 rrcr?l,S rf P""1- "'"CM nf il,e niiblisher. 0L-j.S K. ATKINSON, Attorn oj atnaw,! jnrci.iiun.x, i .1. to? Colltfi"? uJ Conveyancing promptly i-.enjel io. I vfkCtm Hril? street, opposite the Court Dense squire. iTTOnSKY AT LA IV, m:ki i.intown, r.. t2 10 i-ridie street, in tlie ooni formerh Mtpica by Kira 1- l tq. q b" Loar.N, ' MIFFLINTOWN, PA., PJrihi eriicr to the cilixens of .Juni- I ... .iiiiv is Auc'ioueer and Veudue Crier. I i,.r. frJ"i two to te dollars. Satisfac- tj01 warrantee nuv3, ti'J n YES O YES! H. H. SNYDER, Perrysville, Pa-, lenders bis services to the fit iicn of Juri sts taJ a ij jiuitis c uu'ies. ns Auotivn-er. fihtrg'S molcraie For satisfaction fi...

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

L"L1 ' 'jr't"1ntMrrii Tra Juniata Sentinel. M I F F L I N T O W S Wednesday Korning', Oct 2. 1872 B. F. SCIIWEIER, r.MTOR PilOPtWF.TOR. BEPTJBLICAff NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT. GENERAL U. S. GRANT. 0 ILLISOI. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. HON. HENRY WILSON, er jiAfACHi'unns. FOR GOVERNOR. GEN. JOHN F.HARTRANFT Or MOKTGOHEKT COUKTT. FOR SUPREME JCDOE. HON. ULYSSES MERCUR, Or BBADFOtD COtSTT. FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, GEN. HARRISON ALLEN, Or WARREN COCNTT. FOR COXGHrsSMES AT LARGE, TEN. LEMUEL TOHD. of Cumberland. UFN. CHARLES A LRRIGHT. of Carbon. CLtNSI W. SCOFIELD, of Warren. DrLEOATES AT I. A II UK TO THE CONSTI TUTIONAL CONVENTION. VM. M. MEUKI'ITH. Philadelphia J. GILI.INGIIAM I ELI.. riii'.auclpljia Gen. 1IAURY WHITE. Indiana. Cell. WILLIAM Lltt.V frlinn I INN' HAKTIioLOME'V. Sclmj'.kill. II. N. M'ALISTER. Centre. WM. H. ARMSTRONG, Lycoming. WILLIAM DAVIS, M on i nc. JAMES L. REYNOLDS. Lancaster. MAVl'EL P. DI.MM1CK, Warns. GE' HG ii V. LAWRENCE. Washington. DAVID N. WHITE. Allegheny. . . AIV...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 2 October 1872

Jamais jstntincl. CEtNESDAY MORNING, OCT. 2, 1872. rAFSNSl'LVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND r gfter Sunuay, ucf ioi miprngri Jri will leave Mifflin Station as follows: tASI AKU. Philadelphia Express.. 12.55 A. M F,9t I iue I 47 A. M Pacific Expiess 8.08 A. M. jj,rrb'g Accouimodn 11,28 A. M. Tran 5,30 P. M. Cincinnati Express 8,31 P. M. WESTWARD Southern Express Through Pasjenger 2.34 A. M .. 4.51 A. M. . 5.56 A. M. .. 9,44 A. M. .12.VG P. M. ,. 3.30 P. M Pacific hipress War Passenger. Cincinnati Express. Mail Train Fast Line. 6.20 P. M. X nch - - ' Mixed Train 8,00 P. 51 Siopi lea signaled. JAMES NORTH. Af't votersTrallyT ! BEPl'BLICAX MASS MEETING. Grist, il232, Hartranft, llsrir, Allen 62i tho Whole St-ato, District ani C:nnt7 Tiots. A Mass Meeting of the Republicans of Ju niata will le held in MIFFLIXTOWX, On Friday, October 4th, 1S72, at one o'clock, P. M. GFS. CHARLES ALBRIGHT, of Carbon eonnty. one of our nominees for Congress Bin at lnrge, Hon JOHN B. TACKKK, our noniaeefor Congref ma...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 2 October 1872

S 1 1 ":f " lifdicr.!. " ' jr I j !cot$ and ho. NEW BOOT & SHOE SHOP In JJevin's New Building on DRIDGli STREET, M I F F L IN TOWN. i 'V HE unJersigned, late or llie nrm oi r I sic' A Norlh, would repeoifully an nounce to l!ie public that lie has openen D-ot nuJ Sboe Ship .in M::jr Neviu's New Uuihliiig. on BrMire.sireet, Mifflit lown. and is prepared 10 manufaciure, of the best mi terial, all kinJs of HOOTS, SM0E3 AND GAITERS, FOR CUNTS', LADIES AND CHILDREN. He al o keeps on hand a large and well selected stock of of all kinds, lor men, women and children. ALL WOKE WAERAKTEI). Give me a call, for I feel conn-lent that 1 can furnish you with any kind of work you may desire. Jrjg- Repairing done neatly and at reason able rates. J. L. K0RT1I. May 31, 1872. BOOTS AND SHOES. Hsw Snap in Uifflintown. T II E subscriber begs leave o inform the citizens of Miiilintown, Patterson and vicinity Hint he h:is opened lino, and Shoe Stoop, for the present, in. the room occupied by N. K. I.itt...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 9 October 1872
Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 9 October 1872
Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 9 October 1872

oil, Initiate Sentinel. MIFFLINTOWN- Wednesday Morning, Oct 9, 1872 . F. SCIIWEIER, VIII r.ill k VROrRIF.TOR. EEPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. FOU PRESIDENT. GENERAL U. S. GRANT. C 1LI.IS0I. FOR VICE I'KKSIHEXT. HON. HENRY WILSON, GEO. P. ROWELL & C0.40 Park Row, New York , ASK S. M. PETTENGILL 4 CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are uur tule agents in I li:tX city, and nre au t i.viifd t contract for advertising St our luirrst rates. Advertiser in tli.it city are le qneted to leave their favors with either of iu ahve houses. Victory! Victory!! FROM PENNSYLVANIA TO NEBRASKA ! ! The smoke of tlie bvtlc lias lifted rnntigii on tlii I Wednefilay) rooming to give ns Imt glimpse of tlie field". It i a complete rout that the enemy have ms- tdineii. Their flanks, Prnnsrlvania and Ne 1iracka,"and their centre, Ohio aud Indi ana, present one of the wildest scenes of political coufit-iin and chang They June heen swt-pt as with the hurricane's Mast. Iu the utter overthrow of the J;tst pn-at tflToit of the De...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 9 October 1872

"P3 &3t i 331313 fUtiHcL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, CCT 9, le72. PENNSYLVANIA KAIL 110 A I. OS AND after Sunday. June 2, IS72, Passenger TriBi will leTe Milflin Station as follows: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express.. 12.5G A. M Fast Line I 47 A. M. Pacific Express 8,08 A. M. Ilarrisb'p Aceotuuioda'n 11.23 A. M-- Mail Traiu 5,30 P. M. Cincinnati Express-....- 8,31 1. M. WESTWARD. Southern Express.... .... 2.31 A. M Through Iiseii!re r 4,51 A. M. Pacific Express Way Passenger Cincinnati Exprcfs... Mail Train . 5,55 A. M. . 9,44 A. M. .12 26 P. M. . 3,36 P. M , Fast Line.. 6.2G P. M. Mixed Train 8,00 P. M Stops when signaled. JAMES NORTH. A(t't TOM ANU COI'NYKV. "AUCTION ! TLe undtuHgned wiil fell at nuctitii, conmeiicng at 6 o'clock -ynFxiJav evening, October lllli, and Sftlnriaj rnorning, Oi'tober 12ih at 10 o'clock. and every evening iliereaftc until further notice, Lis " " . . EN Flli E STOCK OFGQODS. consisting ' 500 yard Yenitian and In grain Carpets.- 100 yard Oil Tloth. 20 pair V bi!...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 16 October 1872

5Sf gjuaiatj ntiarl. ESTABLISHED IS 1K4G-' rcsusnsD Knur vTidnssdat M(iiiso, Brljgt Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall, MIFFLISTOWN. PA. The Jchiata Sentinel is publisLed every tfedaeiday morning at $1,60 a jer, in ad- vaoee; or $2.00 " eases if not paid rmp'''J in advance. No subscriptions dis- aantinued until all arrearages are paid, uuleas t ike apiion of the pb isner. usin(.3s Carbs. jOUIS E. ATKINSON. MIFFL1STOVTN, PA. ggie-Co'lt cling and Conveyancing promptly '.leaded OSce on Bridge street, oppoxite the Court JtdOM Square. OBEIir Al.tMEES. ATTORNEY AT LAW, MIFFLINTOWS, PA. tyigaeoa Bridge 3. reft, in the room fitrBierly eeupied by Exra I. Pari tr, Esq. S. MIFFLINTOWN, PA., GJers his services Id ibe cit'iena of Juni ata county as Auotiuneer and Veudua Crier. Charges, from twa to tea dollars. Saliafae tiaa wariauied. novi, '!iJ Q YES! O TES ! H. H. SNYDER, Ferrysvffle, Pa , Tenders bis services to the citizen of Juoi ata and adjoining cuiinties. as Auctioneer. Saargs uioUer...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 16 October 1872

.nm.nmtrtJMi Juniata wrtmel. MIFFLI!TOWN Wednesday Morning, Oct 16. 1872 B. F. SCHWEIER, EDITOR PROPRIETOR. BEPTJBLICAX HOMINATIONS. FOE PRESIDENT. GENERAL U. S. GRANT. O lLLIHOlf. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON. HENRY WILSON, er AssAmi-gETis. GEO. P. ROWELL & CO, 40 Park Row, New York AND S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our tole agents in I bat city, and are au thorized to contract for advertising at our lowest rates. Advertisers in that city are re queued to leave llicir favors with either of be above bouses. The Situation. In eighteen hundred ami n'lty ythtn tl e leader of llie Democratic party South raided the standard of rebellion to break up the free svstem of govern merit in practical operation in the Xoith they had the hearty assurance of n ost of the leaders of the Democracy North tln.t their masses in the Northern statis couhl he held in such a state that seces rwn Ifiiglit trtnme n rrcojETiiEcrl fact- That heing nccomtilished they expected to ri unite the ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 16 October 1872

fot ani3ta Sentinel. "-tt:...,. Diiicnin nv vn c y l A . j, - ' tK ft.r Sunday. . -'6w IL ",. Mifflin Station as folio : ?r" EASTWARD. Hb'c AccouimouVn 11,23 A. M. Train-- MJ P. M. t;Beionti Lipress 8,31 r. M. WESTWARD. Southern Esprees 2.34 A. M. Throng linger 4.51 A. M pacific Express 5,5b A. M. trv Passenger 9.44 A. M. &.? Ep" 'j -5 J- lf.il Tram a,o( 1 . Jl p. Line 6.26 P.M. SSd Train 8,00 P.M. when signaled. Stops JAMES NORTH. Ag't ru ani cot.vntv. FaxxV Fern" is dead. fgoST made it appearance during the piit riiTSBi RQ had a $200,000 fire on Patent Sad Irons fur Bale at Faiste's Eardaare Store. FlKRS firn many points are reported tLi weet. The public ecliools were opened iu tfcis borough on Monday. . Waxti d. A hc.y to learn the print- iagbaMues. Apply atthis office. AT Altootia the ground was covered with enow on Monday last. ON Thursday there were about 4.000 people on th Fair ground at Perryeville Stw lt of l.a.b-r. v.ry cheap, at U. P. 1'aisie'e Hardware Stcr. Jambs Mc...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 16 October 1872

wmmmm&mmmcttHM . a ia -a. w a. FA It ME ITS COL UMX. The Mainra Qoestisx TLere ii in tbe wbole range of gricul- taral topics no problem more interesting now man to unii up me leriuuy uinlrr . 11.1 r -i - : 0 ' Topeka has fined a barber For euaving worn om sou. ji course mere is always am ana bm ma mtifm Kitt 1 t ii nolle ., , . . , , . poisitue naji 11 i oiten none ioimu .... -n mm nn manurm? than tbe crotis will re- pa- What are commonly called city farm - era often fall into the error of bettering tbat m inure pays at any pi tea. They Lave not the ripe experience which eaily and constant practice at fanning gives them. AliM riinl in mercantile purruit, while owning a farm in the country, they Lave enough knowledge of culture to un derstand tbat it does not pay to cultivate poor land, and bence "John 13 instruct ed to buy manure wherever Le ran, on the principle that manure always pays for itself. But it d' s not. We can point to sub. h1.hu firms of this cLsi which have been wo...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 23 October 1872

Jtte Juniata futinrl. ESTABLISHED IN 1846. PrnUMIRD ErtRT WtomiBAT Moamxa, nnJge Street, opposite the OJd Fellows' II 4 II, MIFFLINTOWN. PA. Tsi Jokiata StTlt Is published every fnluesday morning t $1,50 a year, in ad iace ; or $2,00 in all eases if not paid promptly in advance. So subscriptions dis (aniinued until all arrearages are paid, unless l ia option of the publisher. gusinrss Carbs. j OUIS K. ATKINSON, attorney xit Inw, MIFFLINTOWN. PA. gia-C'l'C''Bf and Cvnveyaucing promptly ,lttiJeJ to. Office on Bridge street, opposite the Court use Square. pOBEKT iitMKEN. It ' ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, MIFFLINTOWN, PA. USieon Bridge street, ''o the room formerly eaupid 1 Ezra I). Parrer, Em. g B LOVDES, ' MIFFLINTOWN, PA., Cff" his services to ike eititeas of Juai eta eountj as Auctioneer and Vendue Crier. Jsrgs, from I we to tea dollars. Satisfac fine warranted. nov3. 'tiV n YES! O YES I H. H. SNYDER, Perrysville, Pa., Tenders his services to I lie citizens of Juni ata and adjoining counties,...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 23 October 1872

"Juniata tntinri. T r M I F F L I N T i) W N 7ednesday Morning, Oct. 23. 1872- B. F. SCHWEIER, EDITOR k PROPRIETOR. HEPUBLICAir NOMISATIOIIS. FOR PRESIDENT, GENERAL U. S. GRANT. or illisois. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON. HENRY WILSON, Of XASSACHl'StTTS. ELECTORS AT LAROB. A'lolph E. Borie. J"bn M. Thompson. William D. lorica. FI.tCTOKfl. ' .Vsrpo A. Eonham. I Jahn rasmor. M-rcus A. Davis. Wm. J. Colegrove ticogrc M. Comes. j Jesce Merrill. ?ltury Buintn. Ilenrj Orlady. Theodore M. Wilson. -Juiiu M Broomaii. Francis ShroUcr. Vsrlr H. Kicl.ar.ls. KQward II. Green, lh.vil K. heai ikcr. Diiiicl II Miller. Leander M. Morion. Theodore Strong. Robert Re!1. Joper M. Thompson Isaac Frazer. George W. Andrews Henry Lloyd, John J. Gillespie. James Patterson. John W. Wallace, Charles C. I.oyd. GEO. P. ROWELL4CO,40 Park Row, New York "bout " 8erie8 of re8uIt8 ,bat in ,es8 ,Im" A!tn i iifty years would restore the old slave S. M.PETTEN6ILL 4 CO., 37 Park Row, N.Y, power, indeed the entire destruction o...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 23 October 1872

"$jT Jaariia Stnthul. fEDN'ESDAT MORNING, OCT 26, 1872. PESNSfLVASlA RAILROAD. ON AND tfter Sunday, June 2, 1872, Passenger ;n, vm leave Mifflin Station as folio: EASTWARD. phiU'ldi'lii Express.. 12.56 A. M Ft Line 1 47 A. M. J'acific KipiM.i ... 8.08 A. M. HrrJb'j; AccomuioJa'n 11,28 A. M. Train 5.30 P. M. OicciuDati Express 8,31 P. M. WESTWARD. Southern Express 2.34 A. M TbrotiIi Passenger 4.51 A. !. IVifo Express 5.5li A. M. fiv iVfiiwr 9,44 A. M. Ociii'i" Express 12.26 P. M. Mail Traiii 3,3o P. M pi?t Line 6.26 P. M. Jlixtd Tiain S.00 1'. 31 JAMES NORTH. Ag't tons AVO ("III JiTltV. Paints. Oil. ud Vamiuhcs at the (.'rveta! Palace Hardware Store. A skw liick pavement and gutter if Ji-ino Uid in front of the Kcvstoue Store, V DriJge St:tet AH kinds f Sausage Cutters and ;u3cr', cheap. at Franciscus'. PadF Ki ttZKE.Ai!K is Bgnin among us Now another musical class, and a jubilee fitinle- Ziiik and Sheet Iiou on baud at the Crystal Palace Hardware Store. 1UV. D M. liLACKWELDER purpos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 23 October 1872

3Hrdical. r:v?Tf FARMER'S COL UMN? First Wheat grown in America. A mild flavor of interest attaches to the result of antiquarian researches as 1" tbe first wheat grown on the continent. Its cultivation in Mexico dates back t the time of Cortes. This adventnn-r caused t'ie plants and grains common in Spain to be introduced into his posses sions, and a few grains of wheat stolen from him by one of the native, about the year 1530, furnished the seed from which Bui)ilics were afterward sscattered through the whole Mexican region and adjacent rn ntrtrs Its first growth in the United Mali! appears to have been in Massachusetts in 1022. Gasnold, tbe explorer, powtnr it with some others of the cereal grains. Nine years later it was introduced into Virginia, but for as much as a hundred and fifty years its average was compatatively slender, because tbe raisin? of tobacco monopolized most of the -fT-i of a-rrirrilttire It was raided in New Yoik 8lte at the then cobmy of 'eth i lands, before I...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 30 October 1872

1 KSTADLISHKD IX I4ti. ' r .uiKsn EvEiiir ffiiT Mohmnq. . :..!.. n.U Follows' Hull BndMStreei, ope..-" .-v "MFFLINTOWN, TV. Thi Ju't tT Ssxtisil ii published every r.soVy morning at $1,50 a year, in ad or $2.00 in !1 eases if not paid ep'tly in advance. No subscriptions uis 'larnued until all arrearages are pi!. unless .iiK r'ion 01 P"u"su'r- V.ncinrss tf arbs. c" t nCIS B. ATKINSON, U i Attorney at J.-aw, JIIFFUNTOWS, V. ( ; l-C.Hit'inS nJ Conveyancing promptly .Headed to. Ofiee on BriJj-a street, opposite the Coart U.uie So,nare. J)013KUT JJlIIEEN. j ; JTTOUXEY AT LA W, "UlFFLiMons, ra. j ySceoa 1'ridge street, in tbe room .'urtuorlj M,upieJ by Era D. Parrer, F.sq. s. B. LOCDKS, NIFFLINTOWN, l'A.. fliers kit services lo the citizens of Juui tlt eouaty ss Auctioneer and Vendue Crier. Cssrges, from two : too dollar. Satisfac ,i warranted. ot. 'tS9 q'tES! OTES! H. H. SNYDER, Perry-vUle, Pa , ItnJer. his serTicm to the citizens of Juri sts soil aJjoimog counties, as Auctioneer. tiliir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 30 October 1872

Juniata JlwtiiuL M I V f L I N T O W N- Wednesday Iforning, Oct 30, 1872 B. F. SCHWEIER, EDITOR PROPRIETOR. EEPUBIICAN K0MIKATI01TS. FOR PRESIDENT. GENERAL U. S. GRANT. St ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON. HENRY WILSON, OF JIASSAI'HISETTS. ELECTORS AT I.AROR. Ado1;h E. Borie. John M. Thompson. William 1. Fori en. KLKC TORS. .lonph A. Ponham. Mi.rcus A Davis. Geogre M. Coaies. Henry Btmim. Theodore M. Wilson. John M Rioomall. Krsncis Sliroder. Murk II. Kicrards. Fdwsrd II. Green. David K. Sbocmikcr. ltnniel K. Miller. I,eaiider M. Morion. Theodore Strong John Passmore. Win. J. Colcgrove. Jesse Merrill. H enry U lady. I Robert Bell. Janper M. Thompson 1I-aac Frszer. George W. Andrews I Henry Lloyd. John J. Gillespie. I Jump Patterson. I John W. Wallaee. Charles C. Boyd. GEO. P. ROWELL 4 CO, 40 Park Row, New York AND S. M, PETTENGILL 4 CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, I Are our sole agents in (hat city, and are au thorised to contract for advertising at our lowest rates. Advertisers in that ci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 30 October 1872

WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCT. SO, 1872. nESSSVLVAN'IA RAILROAD. O.N AND Y after Sunday, Oct. '17. 1872, Paepger Irain will leave Mifflin Station as follow : EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express 1:10 A.M. fust Line 8:84 A. M. P.cifii Kxpress 10:07 A. M. )lrri-hurg Accommodation 11.-8 A. M Tram Cincinnati Ex; rcss. WLSTWABO, ittsbur Express Cincinnati Express gutlii-rn Express.. 1 lirouph Pasi-enger Pacific Express Way 1'sssenger Mi' Trin ..... East Lii Jlixeil Tram 6:L'8 P. M. i:V4 P. M. 1:1 8 A. M. l: o A. M. 4:08 A. M fi:C! A. M. E:0i A. M. M4 A. M. 3:88 P. M. fi.83 P. M f :00 P. M. Stop" wbcn signaled. JAMES NORTn, Ag't TOWS ASU COUNTKY. Onk f Tyson's bears choked to death on a emu take, that was thrown into tin cage, on last Frirlav. IIdkac-u Gkh-LkY is iu favor of con tract ng tlie cunetiey Tlie great busi ne.-s interests if the whole country arc against further contraction Country meiclants, we will sell you Coal 0.1 at Pitttdiurgh prices Fkaciscts Hakdware Co. Noah Lmxrf iklu has purchase...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 30 October 1872

J ' MISCELLA XEO US. C&aght ly a" Boa Constrictor. A fier IreaVfitst we etarUd f r the la goon. We had ret our Iiearta on eveing Mauatia cow": which are eiill not oncoramoiion the coast of Trinidad, rhotigh "tliey have been exterminated through the rest of the West Indie since the dava of Fere Labat. That good missionary epeaka of tliemintia delightful journal as alrea ly rare iu the. wear 1 865: and now. as far a lam aware, none are to be found North ot Trinidad and the Spauith Main," aave a few around Cuba and Jamaica. We were anxious, too, to aee if not to get a boa constrictor of one kind or other ; for there are two kiuda ou the island, which may be seen alive iu the Zoological Gar dens in the same cage. The true boa, which is here called Mahajucl, is striped as well as spotted with two patterns, one over the ether. The Iluillia, Anaconda or water-boa, bears only a .few round spot. 15oth are found of the water, the Iluillia living almost entirely in it; both grow to a very ...

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