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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 6 November 1872

lite Juniata f$ta.itut. geBfag; ... t - r RATES OP ABYEBTI8IN8J- - All advertising for less than three aoatna for one square of nine lines or less,. will be charged one insertion, 75 cents, three f 1.60, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion.. Administrator's. Executor's and Auditor's ' " r i E-jLlGLlSllKD JX 1&4G. A EVEIIT WsPXESDAT MoBXIXO, p , ;.?treet, opposite. he OJd Fellow.' Hall, I Notices, $2.00. Professional stad Business Cards, not exceeding one square, and inclu ding copy of paper, $S,0Operyear. JJotie.S in reading columns, ten ceals per line. Mer chants advertising by tbe year at special rates. VlFrll-'lu ' Tm Jmiat. t SESTisri. is published every ..Jaeriar "lorning 111 5'.50.,er,iB ad. S Oi) in all cases if not paid 3 "ontAt- 6 month. . T. year. One square S 3.50 $ 5.00 . - $ 8.00 Two squares 5.C0 $.00 U.00 Three squares.... .M) H.&) 15,00 One-foarth col h. 10.UO 17.00 25,00 Half column 18,00 . 25.00 45,00 One column 30,00 45.00 80.00 F. St'HWEIEK, . . Ko ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 6 November 1872

' ' Juniata Sentinel. MIFFLINTOWN- Wednesday Horning, Uov. 6, 1872 B. F. SCII WE I Ell, EDITOR k FROPKIETOR. GEO. P. ROWELL & CO, 40 Park Row, New York AKD S. M. PETTENG1LL &. CO., 3? Park Row, N. Y, Are our Ze agents in ilim city, and are -thoriied to contract for advertising at our lowest rales. Advertiser? iu that ciiy are te juited to leT their favors with either of the above house". A Certain Course will Produce a Cerlnln Insult, both in the Affairs of Men and V.i..n.. 'Ilia 1'f.r-f-tin Iti.tnlld fif I liA Elections. It is an axiom that a certain line of i etinn or conduct will produce a, certain result, and that no two live antagnriiri'i; prucipbt cau live iu Larmnny with eaeb other. To illustrate : It is a certaii.ty tl.at if a man tarn a certain amount duily and saves one quarter o! it, at the end of a stated time -sny one year his purse will cont:,i;i a given sum, above all expenses. I: in equally certain if a m ii arn a certaiu amount daily and expend it ali ai:d b...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 6 November 1872

"JSESUAT MORNING, NOV. 6, 1872. . SVSVLVASIA R.ULUOAD.-ON AND P fier Sundiy, Oct. 27, lf72, Passenpcr jrtini ul leTe Mi:flin Sts,ion 8 Wows : EASTWABB. . 1:10 A.M. .. .. iin : a. M. iii.eE!" 10:07 A. M. u mhare 4ccuiamoJliin 118 A. M. Jl.il Tram - - ' - CiciMi Excess 8:15 P. M. wlshvi.iu. Ptf.brg Epre 1:M A. M. LiLnu hsprew 1: j A. 51. Southern txi'rt-t!- 1hrX ranger ruitt Express ,r FsMcnjer Mil Trn Lin Twin 4:0H A. 5t S:02 A. M. C:5H A. 51. '.t il A. .M. 3:SH I'. M. I..S3 P. 51 S:00 P. 51. JAMES NORTH, Ag't TOWS AXO COl'MKY. The Aw 0" lue caKV bridge was re ..:A lst week. ; pan Fiitto Panxkbakkii eliot a wild tur fcrj on SliaJe Mountain Ust Thursday. Jus Juniata County Teachers' Insti tute wi'l 1 8t lVrrys ville, ou the 25tli IDJt Onk of tl' mod profitable and plea lint place to buy goods at in Patterson U it I'ennell's store. Jitw Good-, late fashions, and low prices are what most purchasers look for. Such ihiugs are all met with at renutH'e, in Patterson. Johs Tvsox caught two m...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 6 November 1872

f .V, - J MISCELLA XEO US. aimtosgfcf, it, gotIt1- ! J5 -1 I Trs7" I f Oi-Teams in New York. CITY MBSCHAXT5 SEARCHING FOR OXTN IN THR COL'NTRV HIGH PRICES WIL LIHGLT PAID. The Portghkeepsie correpponuViit of the New Yojk Times writes as fallows : "New York men are arriving here 1j every tain, in earch of oxen to do ttuir carting. A uuruber of yokes Lave al ready been obtaiued. Mayor Eaftman is receiving tdrgraina hourly, and ba his liaudg full of biifine8 iu tlie matter. H Hillyer k Sua, dniggiit, at No. 5S Ofcd.ur atreet. Lave secured a yoke from Hon. James K'iosevi-li, on tlie Hyde Park road. Monroe, Chamberlain k Co., of No. 45 Murray street, have procured a yok and a boy to drive them, from Jlr. Burbans, on tlio Jiyde Talk road. E. It. Macey & Co , of William atreet, have telegraphed for riz yoke, ami have probably got them by this lime. Lang & Robinson, of No. 1 Kroiit street, have a man l.eie in aia.;ch of oxeu. D K. Pucker Co., of No. 42 Fulton atreet, telegraph as fo...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 13 November 1872

Z',xc uauta Sentinel. ESTABLISHED IN 1846. . Pri.i" Evskt n'tnxKiDAT Mottisg, KnJge Street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall, MIFFLINTOWN, PA. Tut Juxmta Skxtisxi. i published every -.Jnesday morning at $1,50 a year, ia ad- vises; or S-.00 in " set ot paid promptly in advance. So subscriptions dis .jaiinutJ Hatil all arrearages are pid. unlets l it option of the publisher. gusintss Carbs. oUISK- ATKINSON. attorney at Law, MIFFLINTOWN, PA. or-Collicting nJ Conveyancing promptly (ttciled lo OSee 0 BriJjt street, opposite tbt Court nuf son. WOBKKT Mi-MKKX. 11 ATTORNEY AT LA W, MIFFLINTOWN, PI. yStn Bridge street, in the room formerly ascutiied by Eir D. Pari er. Esq. g B. I.Ol'DES, MIFFLIN TOWN, PA., atSers Lis services la tbe oitiieas of Juni ata county as Auctioneer aad Vendue Crier. Charges. Irwui tw. .e lea dollars. Satisfac la warranted, uovi. ' Q YES! 6 YES! H. H. SNYDER, Perrysville, Pa , Tendm bis services te lie citizens of Juni ata auJ adjoining counties, as Auctioneer. Chirr's...

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

X" ntmri. M I F F L I N T O W N- Wednesday Morning, Nov. 13, B. F. SCIIWEIER, EDITOlt TKOrRIETOR. 6 EO. P. ROWELL 4 CO, 40 Park Row, New York asi S. M. PETTENGILL 1 CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our tole agents in tliat city, and are au thorised to contract for advertising at our lowest rates. Advertiser in that city are te quested to leave their favors w ith either of the above houses. DEFEATED, AD WHY. Three colu i.us of reasons; which are not re astins, gcaro ly suffice tbe N tr Yv.k World in ajiolngy fur the over lining defeat of tLe coalition. Ite excure is only an attempt to conceal the true cause from the IVmncralic mioses, and like ihe di-bonest policy it extenuates, the plea ia doomed to failure It if tiue that the iuiintnsc majorities for Giant and YiI.'-u tbould not be regard d as the mt-astire of Giant 8 popularity 15ut more truly these i in mouse majorities tuf-asure popular couti mpt for D m oci i t it trickery. The ndojitiou of ilr. Greeley by the Raliim re Convention w...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 13 November 1872

lit Jamais stntuul. tiSV? MORNING. NOV 13, 1?72. ...nviSIA RAILROAD. OX AND P after Sunday, Oct. 27. 1872. Passenger I -n 1.... Mifilin Station as follons : Iri' THI . EASTWARD. p-biUJelpti Express r ui Lin - Kmress 1:10 A. M. S:34 A. M. 10.07 A. M. n,rri.hure Accommodation 11.-8 A. M. r.il Train- -3 r- CiBCinn"" Ex.Trssi WLSrWAED PiinbufS EPre!"' J(,gtL Express IbroBfb Fager rcic Lmtms ,j Passenger J!.i) Train ttl l:-nt Jl,id Ir-.D 8:13 P. M. I:f 8 A. M. 1: 5 A. M. 4:0S A. M f:02 A.M. f:59 A. M. It: 44 A. M. 3.28 P. M. 33 P. M f:0U P. II. JAMES NORTH. Ag' lOrt.N Al ( tll SiltV. 1 rHooPiNU Col'gii aud measles jre- vail it HuIKdjsburK. jjm tingdtiu is to Lave shorts for tin BUnufaCture of crs. Coil Sh ".li.ers mid Fuller Cutter orfl!eat Faiste'a Hardware Store. X coirel'01"'l'"c f l'le Huntingdon (JiLecills "water smelling" Blentoui.-nj. Mb. Alkx. SPi DliV's large baj liorsr M.A Lut werk, of some disease of the luug- - Ziok and Stn-et lion on Laud the at Crjstal Palace Hardware Store...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. Bring en Yonr Bats. An exchange pi tern ta ti e followii g plant to g-t rid of rata. We know of three method?; Fir.'t, the old French plan; tliis is followed chirfl in Paria bj men who make it a special business. They take a tlwp tub with water on the bottom and a little dera tion in tbe middle like an irl md, on which ii only jilace for just one rut pit on. Tlie top is covered, ai d lias a balance valve, opcuing downward. On the middl of ibis valve a piece of fried pork ;r cii' i i p'aceil, and when tl.e rat walks oa it to ge-t the chetse tin valve govs down, drops the rat into the water and niovea bxck into porilion. A road is male from the rat hle to the top oft St.- tub by .menus of pieces of board rubbed w i;h tlit-exc, so as lii makr the walk attractive for the rats. In the course of a ijyl.t some ten, twenty or i ven m ire rats may go down, and if the island wng not t licit?, they would be found mrt all alive in the m inting qnt- t!y w turning around, but tlie ...

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

-lr Janata .frntinrl. ;irvBUSHKl IN IMC. 1 he (id J Fellow' HalL i MfFLtSTOWX. PA. Via. $1"'0,,"r' in ti0 in BU cases if not paid 'N"P'fliiii!IUrrerpef are paid, unless gnsinrss Carta fST E. ATKINSON. t torn oy Jit J NII-FLISTOWX. PA. J-iSlAV, rCoii'tio "J Conveyancing promptly (lS:. M Bri l.e '"'. rP8!' ,a Court jiobHtIicMeex. AT LAW,m MIFFLINTOWN, PA. 0Smo BriJfte street, in the room .'-raerlj pti kj Era D. Psrl cr. Esq. LOUDEN. MlrTLIXTOWN, PA.. iffrtkie services to tk cit'uens of Juni .......ii.it a Auctioneer aud YetiJue Oier. rLnM. from I wo '. is dollars. Satisfac- ti0i vtrrsntea. nuv3. Q YES! O YES! H. H. SNYDER, Perrysville, Pa., Wr" kis services t the ciliiens of Juni itol lj iu;iig cjuu-ics. as Auctioneer. tirf. n.-tTir For saiisftctiou g've tin l(rW" ciioure P. O. address. Port Fell 7, 72-ly MI. 1'. C. RU.NDIO, pattkusox. ii:xxa. THOMAS A. EUER, M- 1)., 1'liMciuH and Surgeon, MlrH.IXTO'AN, r.. CE- Lur A M to S P. M. Oco iu li,:.m ' b'liidiag. ivn doors :bove the Srn ctt'...

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

Juniata jlmtintl. MIFFLINTOWS Wednesday Morning, Sot. 20. 1872 13. f7scii weieu, EDITOR l-ROPRIKTOB. GEO. P. ROWELL 4 CO, 40 Park Row, New York AMI S. M. PETTENGILL 4 CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our tvle agents in that city, and are au thorised to contract for advertising at our liwest rates. Advertisers io tbst city are le (uested to leave their favors with either of (lie ahore houses. Wu furrender largely- of our editorial space to tlie iubiicaiion of an address by tlie United States Centennial LYmmia finn Iliad tbe address carefully. Tub next battle cry of lite Democracy will bt free trade Thk Constitutional Convention will gn to Philadelphia after the 1st of January. .Tub President will adhere to the rule and regulation prescribed ' by the crael Service CommisBion. A great theme for City Editorials '.during the past week has- been tbe de fence of cities' ngaiut tiers. Quay of the Beaver RuVcal was ex G.ivernor Curtin's private Secretary: He would make an efficient Secretary .f S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 20 November 1872

la u lot, 4l iqt Manilla tnfind. TtBSESUAV MORNING. NOV 20, 1872. nESNSVLVAXIA RAILROAD. ON AND I aftf Sunday, Oct, :!7. 187i, rtnger Irin will lne MitBin Station as follows : CA3TWABD. rhii,'''1p',' Express fust Line i-.Wfic Express 1:10 A. M.. 2:34 A. M. 10.07XA. M. jtrrilurg Accommodation Il:"i8A. M. Mail Tram 6:29 P.M. Cincinnati t.Xfrns WISTWARD. riilsbors Express , incinii Express euiiinn Express- - 1 brnutcfa I'anfeiiger Pacific Exrr,!" Vv l'lmienger jUv.l Train raft Lin JJiXfd Train s:U P. M. l:f 8 A V. 1:5 A. M. 4-m A. M . fctC A. M. f:V.I l A. M. 1:H A. M. 3 K8 I. M. t-.y.J P. M P:'J0 1. M. Slops when signaled. JAMES KOUTn. Ag't " TONS A.M COIXTKV. The Basin wig frozen over on Mou iij and Tuesday IJoys skated ou it. 5IIXERS1 Pirns for tale at Paiste's Hardware Store. TfiK horse ditcase is preva.ling to a considerable extent iu this town and vi tiuity. Two or three cases of diptheria of a mild type are reported in tbe subutbs of tliii" borough. Meat Cutter aud auoae Stuffer...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 20 November 1872

; y M mi uj 1M,. llMA-A MISCELLANEOUS. T An Indian Lover. l)i"patcu to tbe Boston Traveler. Washington, D. C , Oct 28. Among tbe red men bow virility tlie capital to rmoke the pipe of peace U youthful Camauche brave, who ba at traded uo little attention from tbe Indie of Washington. The oihi:r day, duriug a visit of fe viral Aunilut.to iLc liotel there lie was eUiipiiig. lie saw a pretty young lady of about bis own age, tbe daughter of one of tbe wealthieat Hfc-o of tbe city, MU'l fell no violently iu love with ber at fitst fight that when tbe par ty b it tl.c house he followed to ber resi oeijci'. Fur two or three days subse quently he wat obsi'ived banging around I lie vicinity, occasionally catching a glimpse of her ; and, strange U eay, tbe young Inly ba8 concicved au njUiil'.y violent paeion for him. On Sal iird.iy lag elte went out riding with Lim in the "eh-gnnl ' Lamitrhe helKiging to tbe piternt'l mni u, and when those having charge of ber strictly forbade any fui tln-r exh...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 27 November 1872

jir gaaiata .rntinrl. Eir.lULIHKf) IN 18411. tVlLISllSO Ereitr rTsnsrsnaT Morniko, itireStreet, opposite the odd Fellows' Hall, JIIFFL1NTO WX,' PA. The JrxiATA Skstinkl is published every ;ejnesdy morning al $1,60 a year, in ad. ... nr 5 Oil in all c.es if uot paid Tuee or ip.j in adv.iice. No subscriptions dig- 'o9!i J u""'1 1,1 -rfiir.i?.-s ere paid, unlets - ... r , ( TtuMislter. ,t lf 0f"- ' " t " gusintss ifnrbs. L oi'is-1:. ai MNftOX ji torney sit Jfiw, JiHTLlNTOWNY pa. fcaJ-Cxlltciing and Conveyancing promptly ,;;cnJed IS. ; U ' f ' Ofice a l"""'1?0 s,r9'. opposite -the Csurt jj.use Ft'nre. ATTOItSEY AT LAW,'- MIFFLIN'TOWX, PA. Oilceei BriHge street, in the room formerly eccupied ly tan l. Pari er. Fsq. S. B. LOCI'tN, MIFFLIN'TOWX, PA.. ffers bis services to the citizens of Juni ai cjuuIj s Aiic'ioueai- and Vendue Crier. Cbtrgcs, Inim i ro :o c uuuars. cuneiac- lias rn iutc.1. novo, 0 YES! 0 YiiS! H. H. SNYDER, Perrysville, Pa., Trtilera hi? rTice- to the citizens of Jupi t'l...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 27 November 1872

Juniata Sentinel . . M i r F L 1 V T O W N Wednesday Morning, Hot. 27, 1872 B. F. SCHWEIER, EDITOR A PftOPMETOR. GEO. P. ROWELL & CO, 40 Pari Row, New York An S. M. PETTENGILL k CO., 37 Park Row, N.Y, Are our tole agents is that city, sad ars au thorised to contract for advenis'ins; at our lwe rates. Advertisers ia that eily ara te qanted to laavs tbeir favor with either of i whoee houses. THE COCSTT rBUTOtf. irt T i . ;il - TI.- tbe citizens of this county irrespective f party mill ask that body to repeal the Special Printing Act patsed last winter for Juniata county. It is a defeclive act lly it the Commissioners become a Court to sit in judgment cn. and award the pub Ix. and other j riming. There is no pro vision in it to restrict them to a just award. It is an act that impose no penalties for violation. It is nnconstitu tional. and if submitted to a court of jus tice would be so declared, and yet under this 'st called law" men claim to compel obedience to their rulings, wilh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 27 November 1872

.TUESDAY MORKISfl. NVJ7, 1872. ,iFSNVLVASlA RAILROAD. ON AND P Sunday. Oct. 27. 1872. Passengtr - will leave Mifflin Station as follow : K.UTWABO. i,e. r. Um-- o .il Tram Ci.cinaii Ex, ress i ..mirr li.ium'.nu ..- - - - - ... - 6:28 P. M. 8:41 1. M. WLfTWARD. riti.burg Express 1: A. M ;:ill,ia...i K.pr, 1: jo A. M roa" Ikrourl) I'aseenger PKili Exp-4- ,y Passenger . H.il Train - Ffl Lin Hiied Train t.) A. M. 6:39 A. M. 9:U A. M. 3:38 P. M. P. M f :00 P. M. "TsTeps when signaled. JAMES NORTH, Ag't TOWS ASU COUMTRV. Chrwlma O'flie ou Wednesday thin 7- kT Friday morning Uarriaburg had , 9,000 6r All kind of Niueape Cuttere and c'tufivrs, cheap. t Francisco. Hardware Store. Hra Sale. John Hawk, ot j'stlereon, iffi'rg Li l'u?e be1 f"r JoubtIe he will fnnn find a purchaser. PAnrKviEK- Tmi.s of all kinds at TiisteV Wholesale and IJetail Hardware Store, Crystal I'alace l?uildig. Thb SbxriKH. Office in tlie place at which to Lave your job woik done Good Job Pre" and an aestirmeut of new JP- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 27 November 1872

i J Ji'LJI -L 11 WIMi. im-'.'iWt.V HUI,..M.I. WH1.JIK JJX. MISCELLANEOUS. A Eigli Lifa Slspemsnt in Frisco. The Rev. Horatio S:cbbin9 realize ly tliia titue the truth of the Shakipiarcan tclitiment, '"Love langlis at locksmithf". ' It h dcwsn't, i: is not the f tult of l.t charming daughter, M s Mary Loui.- Alxiut two years ago this young ju t licr fat iu the person of a young Uau tinned J-cliroik-r. wa ve'T ; oai.g oian U"t ovir twenty and f-an-td li: living by selling tickets at the Pavilion ka!tug Rink. lie lucked out of a little ticket window and hi e a Si il "pun Mies Mary. Slic looked in ai tii- lui-lo tick witidiw aud Lcr eyes Ml uuou him. Tableau .! .i.r. -.A finaltv l..ve. An acuiiHiulnnce was soon formert, ud the children fj'rly reveled in their ntw born altachui -lit ror a short time; young Schroder calhd on the young, lady at hir father's bourf, but finally lliej good doctor's mtnt;il no;t;ilj Were assail- j ed by the odor of a long tailed mice, an J ; he mildly pnfgrtel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 4 December 1872

- V i ? rj ESTABLISHED fel 1848."" PDILItaiD EVRT WlDUIDlT HoBBMO, Bridge Street, opposite the Odd FclUwa Hall, MlFPLlKTOVTN.s PA. ' i ' i Im Juiiata Sixtiiiil ii published every Wednesday morning at $1,50 yenr.ia ad vance ; ar $2,00 ia all case if not paid promptly in advance. , No subscriptions dia continued until all arrearage are paid, unless at tbe epiion ef the publisher. Jtasmtss Carbs. JOUIS E. ATKINSON. Attorney at X-av, MIFFLINTOWN, PA.-, . , i i 'Colic vting and Conveyancing promptly attended to. ; - Office on Bridge slr'eetopposiie (no Coart House Square. JOBERT McMEEN, ; A TTORHEY A TXA W, MIFFLINTOWN. PA. Omeoen Bridge afreet, ia the room former! eeupied by Eir D. Parker, Esq. g irLoUDEM, MIFFLINTOWN, PA.. Offers his services to the eititeno of Juni ata eouuty as Auetienoer aad Teadae Crier. Charges, frem two to lea dollars. SatUfae tiea warranted. bovS, '59 Q YES! O YES! H. H. 8SYDER, PeuTytrille, Pa-, Tenders his eervieeo to the ctriteno of Juni ata and adjoining cou...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 4 December 1872

iumata'Snrtmel. M I F F L I N T O W N .Wednesday Horning, Dec 4, 1872. B. F. SCU WEI EH, :.i EDITOR A PROPRIETOR. GEO. P. ROWELL & CO, 40 Park Row, New York . . . ' . AI ' . - S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y, Are our nit agents in thai city, and are au thorised io contract for advertising; at our Uit rates. Advertiser in that city are te quesied to leave their favora with either of lb above houses. HORACE UEEELEY. " Mr. Greeley was burn in Amherst, near Manchester, New Hampshire, in the :aprifg-of 1811.' His father was an un successful farmer, The son 'became a printer in bis fifteeuth year ; worked iu Erie iu this Stale a short time, an.! in ' 1S33 was a paHiu-r in iinblishiuz he 6m "penny paper in New York ci'v. fie n AAA Dt Lilt J yapi iu t'c" avir. ii, 4ip was ucri uri with several political a:id literary paper, of no penuaneiit import aoce before he founded the I tonne lu . 1S1. liis time, his labor, his ability were expanded iu the pvfr and t' cir ' worth is ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 4 December 1872

Ctie wixti Sentinel. WBDNESIMT MOBjnitQ. DEC. A, 172. - . . - PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND aflei Sunday, Oct. 27, 1872. Pasenger Traias - nill leava Mifflin Sialics as follows : CASTWiKD. Philadelphia Expiw... 1:10 A. M. Faat Uae &:St A. M. Pacine Cipro .. 10;)7 A. M. Harrisharg Accommodation 11:28 A. M. Alail Train .r 5:28 P. M. Cincinnati Express. f:2 p. M. WLSVWABD. ' Pit I .burg Express I:r8 A.M. CineiBuau Lxpreaa ...... l.-V A. M. ' Southern Express. .. ' 4.W A. M through Passenger i:02 A. M. Faeifie Express- J5:-V.l A. M. Wav Passenger t:Jl A. M. Hail Train S:X8 P. M. fast Line r..t3 P. M Mixed Train . g:0 P. M. 8topi niiea lignaleJ. JAMES NORTH, Ag't TOWS AMI COtSTIIV. The canal. water ia being let out of tlie The second suow of tlie season fell on Sunday eveuing. Large lot of Corn SlitHers at Fran iacua' Hardware Store. TllEttfc it jet a good deal of corn to be husked. Thk jail ia aongLt nightly by tramps, as a place to lodge and breakfast at. Lubricating Oils fur sale ...

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

MIUCELLA XEO US. Hanvit j Impmdencfc A FARM INClDrNT AN INCREBf Ifflfi VISITOR A HCN0.4BY 6XAK. -DBAD DOG DEAD MAN, A Paris correspondent 'of the Ntw York Time write : One of the meant lots upon an enter loulevard" if giveD np to a sort of fair. There are Bi reral fiiiall show and jug glere' booth. Upon the outsiile of a email shanty one eees a large painU d canvai representing a number of wild animals, and in the centre a royal ttengai tiger is btrnggling in the folds of an enormous boa. On Tuesday evening an animated crowd wan gathered Watre IMt enow, several persons accusing the show man of deceiving the public They had paid five sous to see the animals, and had eeen but one snake, and that was 'dead. The showman protested the belt was only ideeeing. A countryman, arnied, with a heavy stick, and followed by a fritky little dg. proposed to settle the matter, and declared if he found any de ception he would enter a complaint against the showmin. The public ac claimed their brawny c...

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