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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 May 1881

Peak-Boiler. AGBICXXTUKJC 'Tbat is a rery fast train that flies be tween New York and Philadelphia, bat I dont think they will ever get a rail way train that will go so fast as I once was carried over the old Bloominirdale road." So said Senator Beck the other day to a number of bis brother Senators. They were sitting in the cloak room, smoking cigars of varying fragrance. The new Senator from .Nevada, Mr. Fair, puffed at a scgar about whose richness cf flavor there could be no doubt, but he became in terested in the anecdote that the Senator from Kentucky told that he permitted the cigar to rest between the erst and second Dnircrs long enough to lose the flame and tW;refore the fragrance. Senator But- er of South Caroline stood leaning against he wall, his face at times almost concealed y the delicate smoke that ascended from Senator Vest's cigarette. The grave Sena tor from Texas, Mr. Coke, was sitting in an armchair lust within the threshold ol the cloak room, where he could enjo...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 May 1881

iit geiisiel jjjk ail 1 M . n ' B. F. SCHWEIER, THE OOISTrnmOI-TKE UHOI-AID THE EITOBOE1CEIT OP THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXV. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1881. NO. 20. RAI5T DATS. The f'ring day roee from her aleeping " In tbe deep, dim ca?ern of mist, With the waiting world to be keeping ' Her brief and beautiful trrxt -13ut her iweet eyes opened weeping. As the sunshine her pale Up kissed. And thus she rose from bar aleeping In tbe caverns of eastern mist. The world bad dreamed of tbe meeting ' From tbe first of tbe f artbereat yeira ; Bat ber band was cold to bis greet ng, and her cheeks were bitter with teal j ller Toice was the wind repeating Tbe pain of tbe heart that hears , But the world was glad of tbe meeting To tbe last of tbe lingi ring years. For forth from ber tears osme flowers. And out of ber grief delight. And the bods swelled tinder tbe showers ; Tbe blossoms with sandals white. Climbed np to tbeir forest bowers. From tbe t...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 May 1881

( i : ; ' .M 4 ' : . "J . t BENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. Wednesday, Mar 18, 181. B. F. SCHWEIER, KDITOB AID rCOFKIKTOK. Tbx Senate of the United States was surprised on Monday by the two Republican Senators from New York State tendering their resignations as Senators. The cause of the resigna tion is found in the fact that the Sen ators and President Garfield are not in harmony as to who shall be ap pointed to office from New York State. President Garfield nominated Jadge Robertson for one of the - im portant offices in New York City. Senator Conkling protested against the nomination, declaring that to put Robertson in office with the patron age that the position will give him, will result in disorganizing the party in the Empire State. How nearly correct he is in his prediction time Jone can telL Evidently the Presi dent did not view the appointment in the same light The President is a thorough Republican, and knowingly he will do nothing that will disorgan ize the party....

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 May 1881

S0TINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: Wednesday, May Sf, lSSt. TERMS. Subscription, $1.60 per annum if paid within 12 moDtbi; $2.00 if not paid within j2 months. Transient advertiaementa inserted at. 60 cent per inch fur each insertion. Transient business notices in local col. nmn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter ear. In MoVeytown Saturday, May 14, 1881. Gentlemen, where shall I land you ?" wis the inquiry put by the conductor of the McVeytown omnibus to two passengers that be was convByihg last Saturday morning from the railroad stat.oo to the town serves the river. "O, well, said editor Shrom, of the Newport AVtrt, " I guess you may take ns to the Pilgrims' Rest." The "bus man" looked over to the writer of this article, and we nodded assent, without ever having heard ol such a place as Pilgrima' Real" in the Juniata Valley. We bad heard of the pilgrimages in Bible times, of the Pil grims' Bea...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 May 1881

The Aftlqi I.ywx. After bajrging a lew franklin partridges as they call them over yonder we walked on till my comrade, woo was lame, pro posed returning. Jim at that momeml kordun called in a bend of the ravine ahead, and we stalked him cautiously. It waa a long shot where at length he came in view. Mj friend took careful aim and tired both barrels. Quick as the sound. fa vou, slender creature leaped from behind a rock and sped away, outstretched like greyhound. I leveled my gun. But 3 more prudent, thirst it aside, and a puff or dust, a rattle of dry soil tumbling. marked where the shots had struck yards wide. l ou must restrain your linpetu csity on the veldt," he said laughin?. '"Unless you had killed the lynx, which is improbable, seeing that your gun was load ed with small shot, ho would certainly have attacked us, and a wounded lynx is an ugly customer, let me tell you none more, of our smaller anmmals, excepting raitL" It was armoring, but my expert enced friend was right. Af...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 May 1881

stt. tot B. F. SCHWEIER, THE OOSSTITUTIOI-THE UKOI AID THE EUTOEOEKEBT OF THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXV. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1881. NO. 21. bv ii 1 v a v a v a ii w jt - i i v -a v v m a . sv a ii i r s- -r rim. n .rv. . r. i aav i i 1 1 -mK sv k m fx .hi w 1 1 i f . ,w n .a . v . " fc - ss . i 17IER ALL Oh, this wesry world, with iu restless toiling. And ita fitful feysr of on oe Ming cm ! th, this selfish world, our kindest action oiling, go that out stained souls can scarcely rise in prayer ! "Peace !" I hear the preaohf r-poet call, This world is God's world, after all After all." Oh, this weeping world, full of rain and sor row. Full of trtakin; hearts that once were strong and brave, t ull of dark despair that hopes fur no to morrow. And love whose memory is but a grave ! 'Peace !" 1 hear the preacher-poet call, "This world is God s world, after all After all," This is God's world ; so the birds are singing, So tie happy fields a...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 May 1881

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. ITedneadar, Hay 2. I1. B. F. SOHWEIER, cdrob a.id raorairroB. Tbs United States Senate baa ad journed. m m Tbz doctors pronounce Mrs. Gar field as oat of danger. New York is said to be fall of old bachelors and heiress banters. A peeacher in Philadelphia is pro claiming that the end of the world is near at hand. Edwin F. Johssox, of Washington county, committed soieide last Wed nesday because his wife died. JLuo General J. F. Reynolds, who was killed at Gettysburg, is to have an equestrian statue erected to his memory. Robebt G. Isgersoix, Pagan, labors uudor the hallucination that some one desires to shoot him every time be lectures. Mb. Robektson was confirmed as Collector of the Port of New York by the United States Senate, last Wednesday. Stanxev Matthews was qualified as an Associate Justice of the Supreme CVturt of the United States on the 17th inst, at Washington. The persecution of the Jews con tinues on the Russian frontier. Their hous...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 May 1881

gEHTlNEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : ffcdnesdar, May 35, IS81. TERMS. Subscription, 11.60 per annum if paid pitbin 12 months j $2.00 if not paid within monthn. ... Transient advertisement. Inserted at 60 cM)U per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line tor each insertion. Inductions will be made to those desiring to advertise ty the year, half or quarter I A Tost ofmc money forger was captur ed in AUoona on Thursday, the 19th tnst Tbe AUoona papers of the 20th say of the forger and bis capture, as follows : Tor same time pest II. H. Surls, a one-armed oldier, who is postmaster at East Liver pool, Columbiana county, Ohio, has known that forged money orders purporting to be aent from his offee were in circulation, air. Surls got o fee track of the forger and ar rived in this city last night. He went to the post-office and notified Mr. Nicodcmns if Alfred Coles or an order payable to him came up, U detain the man. It seems the forger a...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 May 1881

A Land without Birds. A French noYelUt somewhere says of the Englishman: "Let us go out and kill something !" Thlf is hi ides of the EacUshman't practice. But he forgets his own countrymen, remarks an exchange. We have still kept our birds, though m .ny have been deatroy ed by cold and hunger during these Utter winters, and many more by shooting und battues. Still, our birds are the glory of the land Gloria in exceUis! Bat in France the fields are mute. There is no music from the skies. The laiks have been netted and eaten The birds of gay plumage have been shot and their wings put in ladies' boouets. All over the country parrows, finches, robins and night ingales, have disappeared. All are killed atd eaten. .But now comes the punishmeut. The trees are eaten bare; the vines are destroyed by phylloxeiae; the leaves of the shrub are destroyed by caterpillars. They are seen bang ing in bunches froii the trees. The Mr Js have been killed that destroyed the grubs and phylloxera. Hence de...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 June 1881

B. F. SCHWEIER, THE OOISTITTrnOJ-THE UHOH-AID THE ETFOBOEKEIT OP THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXV MXFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA-. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1881. NO. 22. A OVER THE RIVIR. Over the river they beckon to me. Loved ones who have crossed to the further aide ; The gleam of their Bonny robes I see. Bat their voice are lost in the rushing tide. None return from those quiet bores. Who cross with the boatman cold an pale. We bear a dip of the oar. And reach a gleam of the Bail. And lo ! the; have passed from oar yearning hearts? They cross the stream and are gone for aye We may not sunder the veil apart That hides from oar vision the gates of day. We only know their barks no more Sail with as o'er life's troubled sea ; Vet somewhere I know on the unseen shore They watch and beckon and wait for me. And I ait and think when the sunset's fold, Is flushing river and bill and snore, I shall one day stand by the waters cold And list for a sound of the boatman's oar, I shall...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 June 1881

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN. Wednesday, June 1, 18I. B. F. SOHWEIER, BDITOB AID FBOFBIKTOB. Decoratios dat was more generally observed on the 30th than ever be ore, the Grand Army Post? being the nucleus around which all other movements for the occasion centered. While there was not a large turnout of citizens is procession, outside of the circle of Post membership, and secret trxity membership, there was an immense outpouring of children, boys and girls, which in a certain in dication that the parents desire that the memory of the citizen soldier that fell in defen.se of popular gov ernment a government of equality of all before the law Khali be kept fresh and green as long a they know how to so perpetuate it Long after the members of all the Posts have been called away to meet their comrades in the future world, I the boys and girls that participated in the ceremonies of Decoration day will be active men and women in the affairs of every-day life, and they will tell of i...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 June 1881

L 8 5 gEXTIXEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : f cintiS, June 1, I8S1. '.j. TERMS. Subscription, 11.60 per annum If paid ,jd)ia 12 months j 12.00 If not paid within ivaontha. Trsnsieat advertisements inserted at 50 pgr inch for each insertion. Truwiw.t bnsines ntf'Jcea In local col tun, 10 cents per line for each insertion. pednctrans will be made to those desiring w advertise by the year, half or quarter war- Soldiers' Orphan Schools. Cffiaal Circular Regarding tht Summer Ex aminatunt. The following circular has been issued from the Department of Public Instruction: DcpiimtsT or Schools, Soldiers' Or- rBisS Habbisbtro, May 26, 1881 To the principal and Managm of tht Soldiers' 0ria Sehcofr and Hornet s Vacation will commence cii Friday, July 15, and continue aatil Thursday, September 1. All children must return to school prompt ly at the end of the vacation, as no charge will be allowed for absence after that time. The "thirty day rule" applies only to ne cessary absence during; term...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 June 1881

Itsrea Auula! Batter. Some few year ago lVe Baron Ana tole was named Secretary to the French Legation at the Court of his Majesty the bhah of Persia. Anitole did not much relish the prospect of temporary expatriation to Persia. He dearly loved the Bouvelard, and was great dandy. Knowing all the difficulty of obtaining far from Paris all the re quisites of a Frenchman's toilet, he Uld In a goodly stock of pomade hon groI?e and other cosmetics for his per sonal adornment, contained in a gor geous dressing bag, fitted up with many silver-mounted tuWes of scent and toilet water. At the time of his journey itchanced that the Shah had gone on a pilgrimage to Meshed, escorted by nearly 3,000 troops in fact, the whole 01 nis avail able army for the triple purpose of worshininz at the Tomb of the Saint, of beheading some culprits, and of striking terror Into the hearts of the Russians, who were "assuring the se curity of commerce" In the immediate vicinity of the Persian frontier. The road t...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 June 1881

M fat B. P. SCHWEIER, THE OOISTITTITIOI-THE UHOI AID TEE EKTOBOEXEIT OF THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXY. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY. JUNE 8, 1881. NO. 23. aaww i m m m swsbv . i . i av sbbv mm m, sash, ss. - . ... - V A DAT OF PROSES. Look forth, beloved, from thy mansion high. By soft am fanned. And see tbe summer with its bluest sky Snrpri-s the land ! Bee bow the bare hills baik In purple bliss Along tl e smith ; On the brown death of winter falls a kiss From summer's mouth ! From p nee that ware a song the vanished trees Their phantom bowers A murmur comes, as sought the ghosts of bees The ghosts of flowers. Though yet no blood may fill the willow rind No grass-blade start, . A drram of Uossoms fills the yearning mind. Of love my heart Look forth, beloved, through the tender air. And let thine eyes The vielete be it finds not anywhere And scentless dies, " Look ! and thy trembling Jocks of plenteous gold The day shall see And search no more where f...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 June 1881

i' ;i t- 11; ', '' -4 ? 7- t) lEJiTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. Wedneadtaj, June S, 18SI. B. F. SCHWEIER, bditob aid raoptirroa. A EOYAiisT from across the sea, Writing of the unpleasantness lliat has arisen between the President of the United States and Senators on the question of appointing men to office, says that "the fact that the large majority of the American peo ple turned nastily to support tret,i dent Garfield as the chief power in the land to make appointments is a certain indication of the natural bent of the human mind in favor of a kindly form of government ; it is a natural, a spontaneous umnifeotation in favor of one man power." The foreign interpretation of the acts of the people of this country in supporting President Garfield as against the Senators in the distribu tion of the offices is a novel one, and is worthy of consideration. There is another view, which the Royalists have not taken, or seen ; if they have, they are silent on that point, and that is, t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 June 1881

SEKTIffEIi & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: TEEMS. Subscription, $1.60 per annum if paid within 12 months; $2.00 if not paid within 12 month. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cent per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col omn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter ye"- PennsylTania's Approaching Bi centennial Celebration. The year 1882 will complete the second century since the founding of oar Common wealth by William Penn ; and it being de sirable to adopt measures at once to secure a proper celebration of this event, an Asso ciation has been organised for this purpose under the title of THE BICENTENNIAL ASSOCIATION OF PENNSYLVANIA, And citixens of every part of the Common wealth are cordially invited to become mem bers of it, and to aid in the effort to abow to the whole country what Pennsylvania and Philadelphia now are, and the progress which they have made in the I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 June 1881

At BtUMUka' Sprtns. "You niy talk about your CaUfaUV said a visitor to the Hotel at Front Royal, Virginia, recently, "but did you evtr in your life see anything more beauti tul than that f and he pointed to the bil lowy range of Blue Ridge Mountains, m hose tcp were losing themselres in the soft, misty hue of twilight. "1 tell you," he continued, "there are no more beautiful mountains in this country than these Vir ginia peaks. There is only one thing I have got against tnem they are just jam full of snakes." o I have beard, but tt has never been my fortune to meet with any face to face." "You can thank your lucky stars, then," said the man, who was a drummer for a Baltimore firm. "I met one face to face in the aoet unpleasant manner recently. I had occasion to take quite a trip on horse back jou know everybody rides horse track in these parts and, after trotting along for two or three hours, I struck up into Uie mountain. The sun was slowly sinking, casting its t-eautiful lights an...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 June 1881

B. F. SCHWEIER, THE OOISTITUTIOI-THE TOIOI-AID THE UTOEOEMEIT OP THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXV. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1881. NO. 21. THREADING KEEULKS. Hdre. daughter, thread my needle My sight is growing poor i Tbe silken thread h oiaaed tbe eye A dozen time or mora. 1 mind when firel my mother Tbe ceme thing id to me. Hid u I felt yon mnst not feel Because I cannot ere ; For I remember, year gone by, Jaat eo grandmother said. Now mother eight was failing her and grandmother u d ad bo one by odo we all crow old. An 1 each in tarn mnst auk The yonnger. brighter, better eyes To help a. see oar task. Ah ! well, dear child. tie good tc know That eomewhers, by and by, A strong new eight atia.ll be resto-ed To every failing eye. I like to think, as earth grows dim, Of where I then eball be ; Ere bath not teen tbe wondrous things The Lord bath promised me. Give me tbe threaded needle now, While yonr yonng eyes are kind. And I have each a joj...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 June 1881

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MLFFLINTOWN. VTedoeMdar, Jane 15, 1981. B. F. SCHWEIER, KDITOB AID raOPBIETOB. The New York Senatorship remains uncuanged. Nrw wheat from Texas has been put into market Is Paris all carriages mast be lighted at night The Ohio Republican State Con vention nominated Charles Foster for Governor last Thursday. Twestt-ftyi new men have been added to the letter carrier force in the city of " Brotherly Love." Esqland seems to be a good deal scared over the report of a Fenian uprising soon to take place. The telegraph from abroad reports that the German government is about to espell all Mormon teachers. Acres of corn and potatoes were washed out in the counties of Cum Iwrland, Lebanon and Dauphin, last week by the heavy rain. Philadelphia firemen ran harness their horses and be off on the road to a fire in seven seconds after they receive the call to come. The Fenians are exploding infernal machines in English governmental buildings. Who can point to the na tion th...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 June 1881

MIFFLIN'. OWN : nemt4S, June I. vl. TEkHS. h ut Option, $! .50 j-r annum il ( aid wunia 1- :-ucitLa ; J.UU if nut iid within i - ( Trauaient . vertlseme-aU inserted at oU cent per inch tur t-acb insertion Iraiisiifit busmen notices til hical rol ....... 111 rnlii tiw line li rsrh irmTti.kii Ijcduclious iUU-iiiato lUf)ed.-!ritital''n8,b,,'!,lUcll'4nn" far down to to advertise by lbi year, ball or (juarler . "r avillo. At Dunranuott a number of T. j.rrnl nt fl.M rivir .1 ll.ii ..1-.. i . -. rapid, Tailing at tbe rate of four fx-t to the luile, and at every period of the year ex cepting tbe months at July, Auguat and tbe first fca XX Septehioer, compauiea, tbat attempt to bridge tbe river on trestle-works incur great risk to tbeir enterprise by flood. Tbe winter flood are hardlv ever more than gone tiH wtit comes tbe June flood, and tbe to warm month of summer arc scarce- ly ended till the tquinox flood sends down ita torrents, and thus it u easily understood that builders take no comu...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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