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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 August 1874

T : I! 1 M 14 o B. F. SCHWEIER, " " THE COXSTITCTIOS THE CSIOX AXD THE ESFORCEMEXT OF THE LAWS Editor and Proprietor. VQL1XXYI11 . MIEFLINTOWX. JUNIATA COUNTY, PEXNA., AUGUST 5, 1S74. NO. 31. Poetrv. A SWISS DAY IS SI MUCK. The following lines swmfd to be nvm.iVt. Will you please Insert tnein In rour columns? Tln-y came Into my bands mue forlv years since and were anonymous. I would be Kind if some one of your readers could Inform me of tlielr amnorslilp.-E. D. M.1 Tia Dawn; lovely Dawo! and the sky is all white. And the cattle in Tales 'on hill-sides are lowing, And the lake lies in Tapor, half morning, half night, And the breeze tlirongh the tops of the pine groves is blowing. the vineyards are shaking the dew from their leaves. And down urthe valley the Tillage roofs shine And the doves are all rustling their wings in the eaves. And the earth and the Heaven are cool, lovely, divine. "Tis Morning, rich Morning ! The yagers are out. And the rifles are ringing from Talley to hill; H...

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. — 5 August 1874

CrVTTVrT Trpril Tpv!fut.d that he was tLe only one left of MirruxxowN. Wednesday. August 5. IJ. F. SCII WK I Ell, thlTOR AMI rRor-KIFToa. HrpuMirau County ommlt ice .Vecilnp. PRIMARY" ELECTION THE SYSTEM CeJ DER WHICH WE VOTE. In rnriiance f a previous call the ; Republican (V-unty ' nainnttee met an , , . c .. , t il s hole , in M:C!iUti'n, on I-.atur- . dav. July IS, 1S74 i s'v'a "ota tf'"5 - J On motion J. K. ll.!t.ion was elect- j A baby was found iu a crib floating ed I aim. an, ani Mai J. B. Thomp-. on tDe Ohio river at the bead of Mout snn Secretary of the Committee pro , gomery ilau(1 ,.lir, lwo mlei D0low tfm. .1- .i i . i i,v:,.. ; the city, .l.d was rescued bv Mr. Alien, On taking the chair t ol. l.obison re ! ' - f. -rred iu a leolinj manner to the death i who live? near the island. The child la of our late, L'haiiiuaii, Mr. Michael ; living, tut has cot been idr-nfiEed. Hoffman, wh-n on motion G. Smith, ; -pi,,. tuJ jen risij 0f waters iu liutch r.f IVJaware, was cl.n t...

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. — 5 August 1874

f I MIFFLIXTOWX : Weduettdajr. August . ista. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum. Transient advertisements inserted at 0 cents per inch lr each insertion. Transient brsiness notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line lor earn insertion. Deductions will lie male to th so desiring t advertise by the year, half or quarter vear. PEKK'A. K. ILTIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Miflliu Station a follows: C AST W A Kb. Philadelphia Express, 1? 48 a m. Fas! Line, 1 15 a ni. Pacific Express, 10 (Jl a ru. Itamsburg Accomroo., 11 US a m. lay Express, 1 42 p m. Mail, 6 12 p m. Cincinnati Express, 8 fcO p m. mnio. Pittsburg Express, 1 20 a in. Cincinnati Express, 2 14 a la. Pacinc, 6 5s a m. Way Passenger, 10 M a ui. Mail, S Si p in. r"at Line, 6 4 j p in. Mifflin, Jur.e 21, 174. LOC.1L INTELLIGENCE. Editorials sacrificed to news tins week. Temperance people are about to start a piper at AHtx. ua. The law require? vetoes to be registered CO days before the election. The Lycoming Insurance Com...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 August 1874

Agricultural. Artificial Hatchiso bt Maxchb. There is nothing new under the sua. Hatching chickens by the heat of n ordinary manure heap was practised in the last century, and from the "abject of an elaborate volume in octavo by the celebrated naturalist, Keaumer, a trans lation of which, illustrated by numerous beautiful executed copper plates, was published in England 150 years since; lU exact title being "The Art of Hatch ing and Bringing up Domestic Fowls of all kinds at acy time of the year, either by the heat of Hot Beds or that of the common fire." By M. De Iieuumer, of London, 1750. Xhis rare and carious book contains many interesting details connected with the development of the chick, and acknowledged "copies of copies" of these plates appear in the most recent works on poultry. At a meeting of the New York Farmers' Club, held on March 12, Dr. Peters, of 159 Bowery, exhibited many chickens that he had hatched artificially, and we are informed in the A'ew York Poultry Bulle...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 12 August 1874

f n ft-v v-3' rvvJC ''-T.-ri- v J 7 3 VT !f B- F. SCHWEIER, Ki '.or m-.iS Pr.pr.e'.cr. THE CONSTITUTION THE CNION AND THE ENFORCEMENT Of THE IWs VOI- XXVIII. MIITUXTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PEXNA., AUGUST 12, 1ST i. NO. I'octry. IIOBIDt. kV iTTl A. K2U.h. 1 au E ltfu-hke laud riafls now in my dreaai. Hht-eiitraacing, and fair, gilded o'er with sunbeams; Aud her Kreat tropic heart, to the North open wide. Warmly eaya : --litre u Lfe nhcra niy Hue nvers ghde. S t them windiug and flowing itito auft gloam ing hues r.oimlujg awoct groves of orange aud whisper ing pin 2; Through our drojamy thai azure ywir houe breeze blow, rVating vigor and Mrentb from your regions of enow; And the win da of the East, from their gay wanton wiupi. Drop the bright silver dew that the great ocean flings. In our foresta of green nature joyously reigns. Filling full with rich, atrong hfe her flowery domains; Here the bird' wing melodiously breaks the soft air; In low murmuring sound wind the gay streams so fair;...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 12 August 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MiFFLIXTOWX. Y?tfBsiday. August 13, 1ST. U. F. SC II WE I Ell, mutue ab raorisiEToa. Republican County Comnilt Meeting. raiMAur election tue system c.n- DEH WHICH WE VOTE. In pursuance f a previous call tbe Republican County ommiltce mot at Will's hotfl, in MiJflictown, on Satur day. July IS, 1874. On motion J. K. Itnhison was elect ed t hairiusn, wirl Msj J. 1$. Thomp- ccreiarv oi u.e u-uoimew it, mWcil eBpporte jn Dauphin couu- "Ou taking the chair Col. Robisoa re J J- E'd tin u.an, and ferred in a feeling manner to the death j leaves considerable fortune to bis be nt our late Chaiiuin, Mr. Michael ; reaxed family. Hoffman, when on motion U. V. Smith, j . of Ie.Iaware, was ch(en Chairman of j AFTER tweuty thousand years of lator the Committee for the balance of the! this is what the world will come to ac- t-. . .1 ! temi. On motion J. 15. Thompson was elec ted Secretary X the Committee for tha balance of thr term. On motion it was resolved that the Primar...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 12 August 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: Wednesday. Angrnst 12, 18T4. TERMS. Subscription, $1.00 per annum. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col tinin, 10 cents per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be male to th. se desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter yesr. "PENK'A. E. 1LTIME TABLE. pvnenger trains leave Slifliin Station as follows: RtSTWAKD. Philadelphia Express, 12 48 am. . 't Line, 1 15 a ui. J'aeitic Express, It) 01 a m. J.unlnrg Accommo., ll2Sam. I ay Express, 1 42 p m. Mail, 6 12 p m. - . Cincinnati Express, 8 Ml p m. WESVWAaD. J'ittsbnrg Express, 1 20 a m. Cincinnati Express, 2 14 a m. 1'acilic, 6 &m a m. JTay Passenger, 10 04 a m. Mail, 3 S3 p ni. Fast f'ir"N . 6 45 p ui. Mifflin. June CI, 1874. LOCAL IXTELLIGEZCE. Aiiy View Academy Ke-Uuion to-ruor-row. Correct politics leads to good govern ment. Correct religion leads to eternal hsppi ness. Head Premium list of Fair to be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 12 August 1874

jVsicnJ tuval. Ashes asd Kiqht-Soil. Which is preferable for garden, bleached ashes or ache just as they come from the stover l or the garden unbleached ashes are the best; especially if a horse manure and cow dang have to be employed. Tne soil of the garden suffers a heavy Iohs of potash in the removal of all root crops, as asparagus, celery, cabbage, and the like which ashes are adapted to supply. They are also excellent as an insect-killer when dusted on plants attacked by caterpillars, slags, or aphids as they not only rhoke, but caatenza tbese vermin. When this office is served they reach the "oil with advantage as top dressing. They are also useful in promoting chemical change in the too inert organic matter of old garden soil, and where the garden hat been heavily and exclusively manured with stable manure for years and has become black and mucky;a good done of atbes well mixed with the soil often operate as beneficially as a renewed manuring of the usual kind. The ashes and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 19 August 1874

1 ISpISOII B. F. SCHWEIER, THE COHSTITCTIOJl THB TJXION A'D THE EXFORCEMEST OF THE LAW8. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLIN1WN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., AUGUST 19, 1874. NO. 33. I'oetry. CHAK;r. OF THE COTRT UKiu.tni:. Ilaif a yard half a rani Half a yard onward. Throuyli the first crunh-room, l'rtSHod the Four Hundred. Forward the Fair Krigade ! On to the Throne, they said : (in to the Presence Koom, Crushed the Four Hundred '. IT. Forward, the Fair brigade ! Was there a girl dixmared ? LVd though the chaperon knew Some one bad blundered. Theirs not to make complaint. Theirs not to e:uk or faiut. Tin irs but words iMiuot tKuut. Half the discomfiture of the Four Hundred. III. Crowds on the n-htof them. rowds on the left of them. Crowds all in front of them, Stumbled and blundered ; On through the courtier-lined RooniH uiost tremendous grind ! Into the Presence-room, Leaving their friends behind. Parsed the Four Hundred. IV. Flushed all their faces fair. Flashed all their jew...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 19 August 1874

V SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN TOWN. Wednesday. Ausutt 19; Wit. fe, F. SC II W E IKK, IMMI ASI rOPRIETO. California fanueis re holding their wheat for better prices. A Grakcjkrs' picnic, last reek, at Frt Wayne, Ind., was attended by 6,000 people. The .Vorf.V Jlmtricnii is in favor of tbe re ejection of John Scott to the United States Senate. There is a manufactory established in Indianapolis for rhe conversion of the potato bug iuto Spanish flies. . - I'EM'X.'K ATIC papers fentb are now engaged in writing in such a way that the unhappy condition of the southern States cannot under it be improved, but must grow worse. They are issuing article after article about the conflict of raees. What does it all uieau Po they wish to prepare the country for an uprising against the colored people, so as to hare an excuse for their re eu siavcmeiit ? it what does it mean? On a daik and tempestuous tiight Marshal Baznine escaped from the island of St. Marguerite, where he bad been sent by a ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 19 August 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOMX: Wedneaday. AngtiHt 19. 1VT4. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per nnnra. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents per inch for ech insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn. I't cents line lor each insertion. Deductions -ill! be ma le to th se desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter TENS' A. E. RETIME TABLE. v er tisins leave Mifflin Station a 1:AS1 WARb. Philadelphia Express, 12 45 a m. Kast Line. 115 a m. PaWnc Kxoress, Id 01 a ni. ItarriJ-lnirv Acc-jaime.. 11 a 111. I ay Kxpr.-ss. 1 42 m. 1U":', 6 12 p m. Cincinnati Express. 8 &U p m. Mt a no. Fittbnrg Express, 1 2" a m. fill" mnali Express, 2 14 a m. Vacitic, 5 58 a ra. Way !' isseiirrcr. Ill 4 a tti. Mail. 3 3d p in. Fast Line, ti 45 p ni. Mitt in. Jui.e 21, 174. LOC.1L IKTELLIGECE. Tii'pnlilii'M Primary Election on Situr--:v. tri i'it. Locust Gr. ve Sabbath School pic-ni-ked J lsst Satuiday. The time for shooting souirrcls begins on Th K-Sahb.th Sclio. I pc nick...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 19 August 1874

Poetry. TOO LATE. BT ALTOED H. LOCln. With bnrniiig brow on fevered haul. Slow fading with tba fading da;, I sat beside the darkling strand While moaning tide and land-wind say: Thy wide world died by ian 1 and sea With that great heart that died for thee." The sighing of her wasting breast Were breathed to cold, nnansweriug niht- AJone, forsaken, and tuifrueaaed. She passed, a blighted flower, from au;bt; And now the land-wind bears mj cry To deaf abyss of seaward sky. A single star's unpitvin; gleam Lights op the storm-weed at my fuet; And, shore-cast wreck, I sit and dream While my lost heart with waning beat. Breaks slowly, by the breaking sea. For that great heart that brake for me. Harper Majozine. ZMiH .ll:m.V. A Core for lh Ills tr Civiliza tion. The Barest remedy for tha ills of civ ilized life is to be f jund in some form ff retnrn to barbarism, and the com mon sense of the mass of the people has tanght them this: but tbey use the remedy in a weak form, and therefore fail ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 August 1874

i B. F. SCHWEIER, IHS COKSTITUTIOS THB TJ5ION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., AUGUST '26. 1S74. NO. at. i ? ! Poet ry. SiOT LOST. BY MARY BBOTHEBTOX. mp rooted like trees in one place. Our brain foliage toss'd Like the leaves of the trees that are caught 15y the fonr win Id of heaven-some thought lllowg out of the world into space. And seems lost. IL We fret, the mind labors, heart bleeds; We believe and we fear. We believe and we hope, in a Lie, r a Truth; or we doubt till we die, I'urbUndlr examining creeds With a sneer. IIL To Life we apply an inch rule. And to its lien tower; Each to self an infallible priest. Each struts to the top of the leant. And savs to his brother, "Thou fool ! Jo down lower." IV. l'.ut fall'n like trees from our place. Hid. imbedded, enmoss'd; Our dead leaves are raked np for mold. And some that were sun-ripe and Blown out of the world into space. Are not lost. Kf-ottish Anecdote. I...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 August 1874

SENTINEL & REPULLICAX MIFFl.lXTOW'N. Ufdneda, Auaruat 96. IT4. 15. F. SCII V E I K It , HUTOi AND rBOrXIEToa. REPUBLIC! AH . NOMINATIONS. STATE.TI.KET. METTEXAXT GOVERNOR, ARTHUR fi. OLMSTED, tiT POTTKR COISTT. Bl PRE.ME JlftOE, EDWIN M. PAXSOX, OF PHILAIir.LPIll. Al l'ITOR GENERAL, HARRISON ALLEN, OF WABKE.N COl'STV. HECRETARV OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS, RORERT B. liEATII, OF STIIt'VI.KILL COL NTT. Republican C ounty Commit, tee Meeting-. PRIMART election THE fyftem UN - DfcR WHICH ME VOTE. In pursuance of a previous call the Republican (urty - ouiiuittee mot at Will's hotel, in Mifflintwn, on Satur day. July 18, 1S-74. On motion J. K. Robison was elcct- cd Chairman, aud Mai. J. li. Thoiup- son Secretary of the Committee pro . On taking the chair ( ol. Kolusi.n re ferred in a feeling manner to the death ot our late Cliaiiumi, Mr. Michael I i ifui an, when on motion G. W. Smith, of Delaware, wa? chosen I'hairiuaii of the Committee for the balance of the ,e On motion J. If. Thompson was...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 August 1874

fi 4 t- SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLLNTOWN : Wednesday. August 26. 1ST4. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annmn. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 rent lMr inch ior each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, I'l routs p-r line lor each insertion. Deductions ill be male to fh Be desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter vear. PENR'A. R. ITIME TABLE. Pasenger trains leave Mifflin Statioo as follous: rASTWAKD. Philadelphia Express, 12 48 a m. Fast Line, 1 15 a m. Pacific Express, lft 01 a m. M.in-ibiirg Accomiuo., 11 2K i m. I (ay Express, 1 42 p ra. Mail, 6 12 p m. Cincinnati Express, I 60 pa. I'itt.-J.urp ExpreA, 1 20 a m. iii. nit!iiii Express, 2 14 am. t'.tcilic, 6 &8 a m. Wav Passenger, 10 (14 a m. Mali. 3 33 p in. r'a! Line, 6 45 p lu. Milllin, Jur.e 25, 1S74. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Ie assessed before the second day of Sep tember. Remeinb-!rj Cliairs are selling lower than ever at V. F. Snyder's, in Mitllin. The W. W. Davis property Was sold las...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 August 1874

Pbesebvtso Potatoes. Potatoes will be crisp and mealy all the winter and spring if excluded from light by layers of moist Band, and kept just about freezing tempature, and such as fully appreciate a good article will scarcely be induced to use potatoes stored, ex posed, and handled in the ordinary way. Every farmer knows how appetizing po tatoes are when just dng in the fall; also, when first taken from his out-door pits in the spring; and how rapidly they deteriorate in quality after a short exposure in his cellar or out-buildings. Years ago, when 200 burhels to the acre was a fair yield and 25 cents the highest price, farmers were compelled to store and handle in bulk withont care or special attention, but their entire mar ket value would be emerged in the en hanced expense. Now everything is reversed, and so light is the average yield in some States, and so great is the expense of producing, that 70 cents scarcely pays its cost; therefore it be hooves producer and consumer alike ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 2 September 1874

Y A v -'"" I - Sfiiittrai T3 TT cruxurrtPri i THE CONSTITUTION THK UNION AND THE ENFORCEMENT 07 THE LAWS. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., SEPTEMBER 2, 1S74. NO. 35. V H Poetry. THREE AXCEL9. They bit tlii life ia barren, drear, and cold, trer mi aame sad song m aong of old. Ever the aame long weary tale ia told, And to our lips ia held the cup of strife; And yet a little lore can sweeten life. They say our hands may grasp but joys de stroyed. loutli Has but dreams, and age an aching voia Which Dead Saa fruit cloyed. long, long ago has Whose night, with wild, tempestuous storms is rife; kui yet a little hope can brighten Ufa. They say we fling ourselves in wild despair Amidst the broken treasures scattered there Where all ia wrecked, where all once promised lair. And sub ourselves with sorrow's two-edged knife. And yet a little patience strengthens life. Is it then true, this tale of bitter grief. Of mortal anguish finding no relief ! Lo ! midst the winter ahines the...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 2 September 1874

?!. 1 1.i L.U (V iif.il l. IMilv.Y-v ii ; - - .r -: .MlfrLI.VrOrtN. Wednesday. Sept. 1, 111. B. F. SCII WEI K II, riiiroa imi rsormt.-K. EEPUBLtOAff NOMINATIONS. STATE TICKET. LltCTENAXT OOVEKNOB, AKTJIl'H !. OLMSTED, vr IMTTKR CliINTY. S! TKl Mfc J-IT.E, EDWIN M. PAXSON. OF PIIILAM-.L-'III -. Al'MTDK KNE..I., HARRISON ALLEN, EC RETAKY f'F INTERNAL AFFAIRS, ROBERT B. REATH, F SCUT . LK1LL Col'NTV. rOl'XTl' TICKET. OSGREES, JEREMIAH LYONS, of Mifflintown II. (Subject to decision of District v'onlerenr ASsE-IIil.Y, C.EOIIGF. M. S.MEl.KEll, of Tusca rra towuship. COf.NTVCOMlISllSER, C. I). SUELLKX1JEKGEK, of Fay ette towusLip. COISTF SI RVETOU, rt I II l' f DlTT'.'PCllV t " COl'STT AUI'lTOR, J. L. B AUTOS', .f Spruce Hill tovrn-hip. LlSCT. The lemocratic party was most bit- pronouuee ou the s.oie, than waut lo ay sjmething to you about j je rigut, and ia their persons, prop terly disappointed over the action of,"1" n.entioued. Its members are c-j blatkmaiiing." Vie of - k'es! gtjttlld ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 2 September 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: Wednesday. Sept. 3, 1874. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cent per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col omn, 10 cents per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be male to th e dcsirinc to advertise by the year, half or quarter rear. PEKK'A. E. RETIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Station ai follows: EASTWAKD. Philadelphia Eatress, )2 4Sara. Fast Line, 1 15 a m. paeihe Express, 10 01 am. llarnsbnrg Accotnnio., II 28 a ra. lay Express, 1 42 p in. Mail, C 1! pm. Cincinnati Express, tUpm. WTHTWAtD. Pittsburg Express, 1 20 a in. Cincinnati Express, 2 14 a in. 1'acitic, 6 68 a ra. Way Passenger, 10 M a in. Mi. I. 3 S3 p m. Vast Line, 6 45 p la. Willi in, Jm.e 21, 1874. LOCAL IXTF.LLIGECE. The river bridge is being repaired. The summer is over. The grandest days of all the year are come. The Terry County Fair r ill commence on the Sittb day of September. Work on the n...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 2 September 1874

Poetry. THE AfPLE-BLOKSOX. O bloom of the apple so bright ! Rich roee-bloom, dissolrin; in white ? When rhirbuB brush Wrought thy beautiful blush. It mast hare been dipped in the dawn s tender flash Of softest, most cxqnisite Uylit The blossom of Ariel art thou ! "The blossom that bancs on tile bough That aweet cowslip bell A wild story might tell Of bis fcata on the sward, where thy petals so well Adorn its grave malachite brow. Tie mar lead pretty Mab by the hand To trip with his ligbted-footed baud Here, on blossom-strewed rings. While the nightingale sings. And the bats wheel in time with their broad, flapping wings. Till tbey bear the fava home to their land. O. bloom of the apple ! my rhyme S hould be read after day's golden prime. When flowers go to sleep And pale stars rise and peep Into orchards where sprites a lou revel might keep. And elfin harps airily chime '. London ociely. 3IiscelJnnv. Richard Hvar. Thin colobrateil, but unfortunate English part, wan the natural soa o...

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