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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 November 1881

A Real ahoet Story. Once npoti a time there lived a maiden in Saint Andrews, a beautiful Canadian named Pemigewaa&et UcKircbenthnmbach ; the loveliest flower that ever grew in the sunahine and ahowers, chaste aa Diana, true a Penelope; the riolets paled in the blue of her eyes, and pearls sold for second choice in pools when the smiled; ivory white was her broad, high brow, for she didn't comb her bangs down into her eyes like the foretop of a Shetland pony, and the semi-occasional fogs of her native land kept down the freckles and the tan. Sbe wore (pod clothes, and moved iu the high est circles; the embroidered her own num ber one-and-a-half moccasins, and was the belle of tbe singing school. Her father cwned more seres of spruce and pine lands than he could count in a month; could get out enough ships' keels in a day to build a Un ted tetates navy and two schooners, and was rich and proud. He sat la the best pew in church, and responded louder and contributed smaller than an ...

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. — 16 November 1881

S?T. SCHWEIER, THE O0I8TITUTI0I-THE TWIOI-AID THE EIPOXOEKEBT OP THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXV. MIFFIJNTOAVN JUNIATA COUNTY, PKNN A., WEDNESDAY. XOVEMIiEU 1(5, 18S1. NO. lf. IS 1HE TWILIGHT. u we Pow our -Te8,erdar sem verr dim ami distant ; Ufgr'pe. " "i" ' "hwkeneJ wars, Thnu'l' all that existent : Yrt tar-uff bris1,t ,nJ cI'ar suds that loog have faded, d faees 'aJ rm smmty nr ' to "" lifr " h,h?a- t P" 'J oar ,ear " ,',lr Vnr (nenUi iwwt lately taken, J pot Ul ,-4il ,he san)mer from roses lbrttly shaken wr,en som . ham word or itUe strain. jtc oliir.ls of memory sweeping, I nlw the B-wi-gates of our pain f or those h tautftitts weeptnjt. I- we grow M. our unities are rare To those ho greet uk daily, or, if ne 'tvins face wear The looks that lieame.l so gariy From eyes Uag close-l, anJ we should smile In an-er to their wooing, ' p , fit. but the Fast that shines the while iur power I" smile renewing. I, e grow ; u oar dreams at uigt Are never f thenriTTOw; They mni" ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 November 1881

fiESTINEL & REPUBLICAN SIIFFLLNTOWN. Wednesday, Xoremb'r f 3, 1SSI . F.'SCIIWEIER, IDITOB AND FBOPBIKTOR. The Republicans carried Minneso ta by about 35,000 majority. Nebraska voted Republican by a large watority last Tuesday. Mississippi retains cra'tic uiajority. a Lanre Demo- "Wolfe receive J abjut 50,000 votes in the State. A Fbexchxax in France hiis invent ed a plow that is run by electricity. Tlie plow lias six s'uears. Charles Wolfe is out in a letter congratulating those that gave him support during the late campaign. Mb. MacVeaoh buys that it is not true that he and President Arthur Lad a quarrel, as has been reported. Secretary Elaine has resigned the position of the Chairmanship of the ltepublicun State Committee of Maine. The New York Republican State ticket was elected, excepting the State Treasurer, but the Legislature is Dem ocratic If the object of Wolfe's indepen dent candidacy for State Treasurer was to help Noble into office, the ob ject was not reached. If th...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 November 1881

mEL& REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN . We4,etdrt SmremVr 1. 1SS1 r7 TE RMS. -Mcription, $1.50 per annum if paid vidiiii 12 months; $2.WJ a notpaia witiiin Tsient advertisements inserted at 60 JTvcr inch fr h insertion. TriMie"' business notices in local col - ri77' B wr linft for each insertion. IU ecu'- I" , - - . ' . m-ill made to those desirmir Mi'dDCt"" - - ft "7.iiai bv the year, half or quarter j": - Governor Eoyt's Thanksgiving Proclamation. . ntitme tnd h tht 0" of ' Com- " ... . r .- u BcfU Ctrm0T f taii Comm(""ctallkf. a noamtioi : unrrags K'"0 of drought and partial Vgjiure of the harvests, which in a lesa fruit ful laud would have brought famine and dis- ud in a time of public trial and trih tress, ... ... ijiXioi, mbwh under less happy institutions nirbt have ltd to dissension and strife, the woDleof En'ted States, and. par tic u- llyof-Peiinsjivania, have been preserved i. iKalth, in estate aad in peace. y0w, therefore, I, Henry M. Iloyt, Gov tnM of the Commonwealth of Pena...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 November 1881

- Trick rpow Jewelers. "Of all the tricks, devices, sul.terfu-', ees biiarp dodges, or deceptions I ever el ' r f. 6 . -r , . , caul .iwf-ipr JODIlSlOa IU a c-; TMirt'r "wasoiie bv which a sharp f el' low stole from me "three pairs of dia mond earrings. He evidently knew when I was not in the store. He came iu one day and said to one of my clerks: " -Is Mr. Johnston in?' -"Xo,' was the reply. " I am sorry for that,' he said. ' I wish to buy a pair of diamond earriugs fortnv wife. "This was rt-jx-ated on four or five successive diiys. The last time he said he would not wait to see me, but would look at some earrings. The clerk showed him an assortment, and he finally selec ted three pairs, valued at $150, and said: I guess I will let my wife select from thesA She will be at my store in an hour, and I want you to tell Mr. Johnston to bring these around himself, as he is acquainted with my wife.' " 'All right, sir; I will,' replied the clerk. " Bv the way,' said the fellow, " if yen wi...

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. — 23 November 1881

TO mm B. F. SCHWEIER, THE OOagTlTUIIOI-THE XmOU-AJD THE EHFOEOHHUT OP THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXY. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1881. NO. 4. 'WSyW WWW little nr LinxK. sepaadihen another. a the lanre renl meBjeJ : , brick apn not!ier, n-este upon another, , tM UttM cora! workers, RTtlieir bat const,int nvtloa . built tsepret;i Island UK das"31 dart-bine ocean : tM!it.!nii.lertaklniri jurtwisoom hath conceived, Bon-r'r,,1'ffur1 . , H.vf !en patently adnered. not 1 disheartened Off !H ort -TOU to do" n, tbat net rmpht.T task yob wr cam set throng ; V juaenJeavordajbTdaT ' AotMr point to cn, lixl aooa " mountain whics you feared Xfi'i pro o be a pialn. I!omf was ,ail',e,1 in d-T" larictit proverb teaches : ,,, Mture. her "M flowers. Tut same sweet sermon preachea. Ttmsnoc.if far off Unties, gai of dntie which are near, Mvini once bejran to wort, . A Dl IX OK A WEIJUIXu I un a ardent admirer of female beau, anil ougbt to Lave been an art is...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 November 1881

IENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. Wctecxdaf, Ifereuib'r 23, 1SS1 B. F. SCnWElER, Bvrros aid FaorstaToa. PnxBPBV, the Minneapolis miiler, turns out 9,500 barrels of flour a day. ' Gcitead is doing bis best to create the impression tiiat he is insane. It is estimated that tbe light of the Hun will endure 17,003,000 years to coma The farmers of Berks county have scarcely enough corn for home use this rear. As Englishman, Captain Cheyne, is engaged in a movement to raise $150,000 to organize a balloon expe dition to the North Pole. The seventh comet has put in an Appearance. It is seen by astrono m rs through glasses. It is believed to be the comet of 1812. The Red river in Manitoba was frozen over last week, and on Wed nesday the thermometer was down to 9 degrees below zero. The editor of the Seranton Times was convicted of libeL last week, against a citizen of AVilkesbarre. The verdict of the iurv for damages is TcaPLE liviDg at P.iget Sonnd, Or egon, were gathering wild straw be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 November 1881

gFgL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: tfriwJy.Teinb,r as' 1891 TE RSI S. JtitlS'Boiitl's; $2.00 if not paid within airiest advertisements inserted at 60 . inch for each insertion, iciest business notice in local col 10 cents PT 'ine '"r e,cn insertion. "noM will be made to those desiring u rfvertis bj the year, half or quarter Teachers' Institute. jt 20 minutes P3' 2 o'clock on Mon 4,rbea Wellington Smith, Superinten (kJ1t of Common Schools of Juniata couo rilird th Teachers' Institute to order I ii'tke nuin room in the Court House. The j odieac thtn eousisica oi wwui uue iiuu drti r?'on' Job A. KcVeen was director of ronsir, tut be bis chiir in the siugitig of an oil fciaa. llostef the andieuce also partici- tf rt the '"gin6 ktfr- Mr. Berry read, scbipt" tro ,n" Scriptures and de- Ijrersl ptr- ! J n. Willi nl1 ' Mnrjiny were elect- I crcuHes by acclamation. The Presi- ; imt fttxei that it is desirable to Lave a I Vice President elected. J. H. Smith, W. j ffueand W. C. Gum mere noiniua...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 November 1881

2 7 7? Hoe-hjtndle sTedicfne. On a bnca', pleasant sumrucT nwrmnir. a 3'o imr uian, willi a si: niufSer around Ills throat and a woe-beeone look in bis paJe fare, plied the big knocker upon the JJoctor dwe.lioic A lady answered tue BUnnnrna nd informed !he applicant that tbe Doctor was in the garden at work. To the garden the young man vent, where he found the man of medicine enraged in hoeine his ewe;t corn. ' Well, air, and what is the matter f the Doctor a'ked, when the applicant had rtototl that he had come for medical ad vice and assistance. "Wei!. Doctor," with a lugubrious face and a wliinoin moaning tone, 'i feel poor!) all liirotili. My bead has spells of achmtr; my appetite is poor; Diy food does not Eel well, and 1 am very weak, lteally, I need help.' Yes, I tare. Let uie look at vour tonirue Ah ! ves. Now joarpulie." The pu'se was felt, and after due delib- ra!iou, Siiid the doctor: "Look you, young uian, you do certain ly need help. Jow, s.-e: I must attend an liniM-.rt...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 November 1881

if B p. SCHWEIER, TEE OOIBTrnmOI THE UHOI AID TEE ETFOBOEKEIT OF THE LAI'S. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXY. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1881. NO. 47. WHAT ISTHEKAIS? Wbat w the pun 7 lf we ak -oM run a nolile race, LwwH1 n,", hBI , hjne-tle!d of waste ""I lpr8. c'rf turnwil and of buried tnwt, Hull wiin dea.1 b"la "J bitu,r Ulwt abJ anfe, nJ sneer, mod ceaseless pain, W lut w the fain? Wlut is the gain 7 HT.cn. kav:njr rea.bed a sunlit height ntr-mf barren (.weeps of giuoiuful night, liaise to ' v"nJ tne crw,t fjir ton "f '" ua of mtr lie tfore. "tretrhe J far away Vnw the cmline of the day, . JrtoUle an .1 shadeless plain. What k the gain? What U tie Rain 7 To tail for mouta of cold and toil irTam wide sea, where winds recoil (m;, wnifct otrewtth and roar A l"a.irclui:'nire lBB before, tnl aii'l. h11 through fog, thick and dun 7. m-t j coast at lan la won. So luven fr.im the storm-vexed main, W hat a the gain T W hat is the gain? Tiieri"n: we see ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 November 1881

I 1 BEKTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFL1NT0WN. YTedneaday, RcTemb'r SO, 18S1 B. F. S C flWEIER, EDITOB AKD FSOFSIITOE. Coxoress convenes next Monday. The Goiteiu Washington, with tuents. trial progresses at no new develope- blackgnards, their discrimination I most needs be alike. In trying to apply the borrowed article from the Detroit paper to as he failed to Bee that the pith of the article applies to hiinnelf and not to the editor of the Sentinel and Republican. The loss and waste of property to gratify ap petite" is the full measure of the fool and damphool of the character as describe.' by the Detroit Free Press. Th blackguard of the Fret Press was writing of the class of men to which the blackguard of the Herald belongs, for Le did lose or waste his properly to iipjease his appetite ; he did waste his inheritance. When he draws a picture of condemnation against a man for wasting his property and calls him a fool and damphool, how does he get out of taking the title imon himself! T...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 November 1881

REPUBLICAN MlFFtrSTOWxV: day. yTemb'r 30' 18S1 vjion $1- V" nnnm ,f P'"1 cciPu"'hs. t2.00 if not paid within iBOT""t t,irCTti3enienta inserieo at 50 W. .v f.., .. h insertion. tVnt business notices in local col- lIL.m tier line or eacn inseruon. " .ns will be ralu: """ " rti b-r ,be J,:,r, hal1" r qUarter PROCEEDINGS OF jCfiEES' INSTITUTE. j.npj of the Teachers Insti ub'.ihea in thcie column last " "lit the wort of the mstroctors . Jlr morning, with Dr. Higbee 'ihelMtitnte. t minutes f t the Institute, as re .i Wretaries, the reportof th 0f the meeting ol teachers ia . Ivi-inninsr with the r eEMioX, TrEsnaT. 1:30 r. . ,,.1W order br tae I resioem, " -Smi.h. Koll-call by ft Secretary. The 0'1 0akea Backct-" Jf ' . inr.-H was called to the floor to options, after which be spoke on Object of the Preparation of the Re- ::p(i. B. Li.tie, of VTashinglon, D. C, trodaced. Penmanship and Draw "VL, his pecil subjects to speak to. . . kr ocular demonstration on the j Following Trcf. Little, ca...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 November 1881

- 1 t ' i ( ; - s ; j AGRICULTURAL. Fietilitt in Hocks. The meet com mon rocks are granite, lime-stones, and traps. Granite contains quartz, mica and feldspar; each of these minerals furnishes valuable plant food; the quartz is mainly silica, which provides the ailicous coating of straw and grain; mica is a silicate of alumina and potash, containing 9 per cent, of the latter, and is very easily disintegra ted and reduced to the finest particles. This mineral is Terr common, and appears as small shining scales which glitter in the soil. It also forms a large component of various stratified rock", known as micaceous slates, which quiekly break up under expo sure to the wttatber, and constantly and liberally contribute fresh wealth to the soil. The best grass and pasture lands in the country, the best dairy farms, and the meet productive corn lands are those on which this mineral is abundantly dissemi nated. Feldspar is also a silicate of alu mina and pctash, and is rich in potash, con...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 December 1881

0 v S ill) If ii villi iiii ill ill ill villi .rv v v j3. F- SCHWEJEB, TH? OOH3TITUTJ0H-TB8 miof-lip TPS P5TQ50fM?IT P? TPS J4WB. Evlitor aru VvDvietqr-. VOI, XXXV, MUTUNTOWN, .1 UN I ATA COUNTY, UENNA,, WUDXIvSDAY, IWCKMlWIt 7, iss, NO. is. i 4 1:1 U M:s Uf I UH U41tVFsT. : lac luvaiiie tomu of the iiK-nt. Jii'l Rd siiu j; tn Ii;u- . i. ui i. 11 rt-.i--!-- lde'i. tijrvc.1, !i sUlll Willi nisle.l li.J-1.- i s;:.. i..kit ilraw- riunl ttee iLi? Ix-tfiu lo la-lf? riv s.ldH'1 ' l-I.e. Hult:U i-'.it r-ajwis inure tocaur? . 'it- tri i a laurn to pus-iui;. vv n il.c, tiumiiT i '.n u-;; in uur oh.4rH-inl si. k, An l rather lu Hie trrtu 1 :i u.'il l.- lost apiroat Uiug .Vat -'n mil coiur again. I uu-tcr lor mptv, An i s'ni: he i jH iu viu T s'l.ii: -h.-iocs I't- tin-re uujranit-rc.l. Aii-1 wit-re upon the iihua? l .ii:it up tin- tu'lglltg of Wlifchiin. A:ul TiifIi ea h crn-r l'iw: K-t-p k no wurds of knowledge Hint huiuati hearts sauuM know. 1.. urlirul to tbv- nussinu, lu -ervireol the Lord...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 December 1881

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. Wed ned arf December T, 18S1. B. F. SCHU'EIER, tcrroK aid norntToi. Charles IIenkle. an aged German musician, died of leprosy in New Tort lust wet k. Tub Pennsylvania railroad carries cattle through from Pittsburg to Pliilailclj liitt in 17 Louis, and to New York in 20 Lours. Theke is a ship-load of English commercial drummers coming to t'ae United Stat-s to solicit trade. So foreign dispatches say. Occasionally a man is heard say, ' I wonder w hetlur Artbur will carry out Garfield's policy." Arthur is ma thoroughly a Republican as Garfield was, and therefore ho ran have no other policy than a Republican policy. A convention- of tariff men was held in New York city last week, Five hundred delegates were in at tendance. Peter Cooper, the Presi dent, in his speech denounced the eytteni of State banks, aua fuvored a system of national cunvney. A good many bank cashiers are go ii.g wrong these days. A bank at Wellington, Kansas, closed the other da...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 December 1881

'LNTIXEL & HEPFBLICAX XlFKLINTOWxT rdaela. December 7. TERMS. f i-'oesiytiuw. $1X0 pw annum if paid t! !S munUis; ll.Ui if bui tid wjttua U souths. 7ruurct advertisement inserted at ttO tsm'S per inch U each insertjwa. Inbumt business notice iq local col Ban. 10 cent J-r (iiie for each insertion. Deduction rUl Im suade to rhuae desiring to ad'crtiae ty the year, half or Quarter year. . Teachers. Tb fallowing is the list of umn of teachers that attended the late lu.titute, with post-office add r cm of each teacher, and tbe number of days that each teacher attended the Institute, also, names of per son put upun tLe teU 6.' the Institute at honorary members : Male. . John A. McMeen, Mifflintown, 6 day. A. T. McAyfee, Fort Royal, 4 dayg. U. Lloyd Gum, Fort Rural, 4 days. f . C. Patterson, Acadernia, 6 dava. J. n. Willis, Oakland Mills, 5 days. J. S. Burns, Cocolamus, 5 days. J. H. Smith, Cocolamus, 6 days. C. M. Long, Liverpool, Perry Co., 4 days. 8. A. Knouse, Oriental, 4 days. A. ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 December 1881

I.iunUerlaas Bill. . "Well, Blunderbuss Bill, what Lave yon to say; why yon should not be declared m vagrant? Yon are not an In dian, are yon?" "I am, sir, to a certain extent, for the dark blue blood of Powhatan's fourth cousin flows m crimson streams through the many i-arrowgage connections with my heart, and under the act, I claim immunity as a constitutional right," says'he athletic, savage-looking priso ner." "The Court rules that the Statute of Limitation bars the Indian in this case, but as I do not wish to be hard on an F, F. V., if yon can show me where yon have toiled durinsr the last ten years I will k-t von oft;" The prisoner's fiice clouded for a mo ment, but like a flash of lightning he brighteued np, and said: "I used to cljan out saioous over in Bodie and Virginia City.' "Wlio employed yon?" "Xo one. I did it because I liked to work." "What did you cleau them with brooni?" ' "Xo." "A scrubbing brush?" "Xo," "Well, what did you use then?" "Sometimes a six-shooter, and...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 December 1881

1 ARTHUR'S MESSAGE flit (be Prtsidwt, in His First CoEBuicalion, Eccomsiuids to Congress. HIST SUBJECTS DISCUSSED Tbt Panama Canal Matter and the Financial Situation Reviewed. SD1ISTEISS ABtXJT THS STAR EOUTES A. Word In BolaUoo to the Mormons Civil Service Reform. Washington, December 6. The Presideat's meaBtge, which wis Mat to CrogreM to-day, is a very volamiooas document. 2a opeaisx his message the President says: An appal-in calamity has befallen the American people ataae their chosen reprcaealalivea teat met fa the balla where yon axe now aaaeoibled. Vfm itcbt also recall, with unaltered content, the rare prosperity with which. throe bout the year, the nation has hen blcwed. Ita harreate have been ntateoos. Ha Tariooa indoatriee have thriven, the fcaeith at the people hae been preeanred. U haa Miotained with Soreiff governments the nndis- iBrbed relations of amity and peace. For these suaiiestatians of His tavor we owe to Him who holds oar destiny in His hands the tribute of a...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 December 1881

Vf ...... frt i S 4) B.F. SOHWEIER, THE OOXSTITnnOI-TSE UTI0-aID TEE EirOEOEXZIT Or THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. vol. xxxy. MIFFIJNTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1SSI. . i NO. 49. IffiD ;.. ..to. V ) IVrS A CRAY DA. Funk from ft skr of windless graj Poors down the soft, persistent ruin, And she for whom I sigh In rain, Who nuke my bllsn, now nukes mr pain. Brine far from me this autumn dar No far away. I'pon the wiser vuM and gr No floating sail appears in sight The dull rain and the homld light No wind has any heart to spile. Thin drearj, weary, autumn nyr With love away. Where she fa skies ma not be par, But sunlight All the Tital air Ah, were she here, or were I there, skies might be dull, or might be fair, And I not heed, so she this day Were not away. o gull winirs out twixt gray and gray Ail gray, as tar as eye ran rearh ; The sea too listless seems for speech. And vaguely frets upon the beach, A. knowing she this autumn tay Is far away. Ah, like tha...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 December 1881

BESTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIPFLINTOWN. Wednesday, December II, 1U1 B. F. SCHWEIER, DITOk aid riortitToR. Gotteau has proven bility. his respouai- The Supreme adelphia. Conrt loves Phil Philadelphia would the Legislature. like to have Every day brings a different re port concerning Cabinet changes. The late drought will cause the Railroad Company to sink artesian wells. Pbesipest Abthcb took up his resi dence in the White House last Wed nesday. The Spanish government has or dered the abolition of slavery in her colonies. Kansas is not a safe place for a banker to play loose with other peo ple's money. A bill has been offered in Congress to extend the franking pnvelege to Mrs. Garfield. New Mexico has already petitioned Congress to be admitted as a State into the Union. Earth -quake shock, frighten the people of Canada. The bhocks are becoming frequent, Majob William Arthur the Presi dent's only brother has been appoint ed on General Hancock's staff." It is reported in Perry county th...

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