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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 July 1882

1111 iLiE! B. F. SCHWP.TV.T? THE OOIaTlTUTlOI-THE UITOJ-AID THE TSJOTLUEMEKT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. fi VOL. XXXVI. IX EVERY SOUND. In ever? oudJ I tbiuk I hear iter feet And Mill I wend my altered way aiona. And atill I say, "To-morrow we shall meet." I watch the shadow) In the crowded street - Each passing face I follow one oj one In ererj aonnd I think 1 hear her feet. And months go t.j bleat March and May daj neat Harvest Is over winter well nipa dunt And still I say 44 ro-tnorrow we shall meet." Among the city square, when flowera are tweet, A Hi every breath a sigh of her'a seem Mown In every sound I think I hear her feet. Belfry and clock the nneading hours repeat, From twelve to twelve and still ahe comes In none And still I say, "To-morrow we ahall meet." Oh, Ung-4lelayed to-morrow! hearts that beat Meafture the leogth of every minnte gone In every sound I think I hear her feet. Ever the suns rise, tardily or fleet, And light the letters on a churchyard stone An...

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. — 26 July 1882

3ESTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. Wedaeaday, Jal 43, 1SS3. B. F. SCHWEIER, KSITOfc AND PSOPB1ETOB. Tm ar in Egypt goes ou. The Crescent, tlie picture of tbe U6w moon standing on its point, cansee JoLnuie Bull to laah Lis tail And roor. Tecte is no accounting for ta&te, as as again saal, over tbe announcmcnt of the marriage of an American girl 3y a Christian roinibter, at Augnata, Oa., to a Cliinatnou. Tki Turkish government Las au thorised the Eulisu government to reetore order in Egypt, and Aribi livy has ordered Ali Foiiiu to com on:uid the Suez Canal. Abibi Bev, is the war minister of the Khedive of Egypt The Khedive La sent an order for Aribi to cease his hostilities. The order is a littlo lite the order of the Tope's Bull is vid against the sun. A battle was fought in tie Indian ouutry, between Indians, and U. S. troops on the 17th. The fight was in Ariazona ; 14 Indians were killed ; 6 women and children were taken prisoners. The ramp outfit of the red skins, with 100...

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. — 26 July 1882

SB?! SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN M1FKLIN10WN: TEEMS.- Subscription, 1.M) per imlrn if mid withi onths j f2.0o if wihi 12 months. Transient cdrertuements inserted at 60 cents per inch (or each imertion. Transient business neticea in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will b Bade to those desiring to advertfee by the year, half or quarter year. A SCRAP OF HISTORY mem susqushaxxa TOWNS Hie, By Ksv. S. G. Dreshler. As run lers the fertile soU bordering on the tstisuiutianna river, directing ye irr steps onward aw apwardg until you reach the first level t i.-vo tho bottom lands, you ar rive at tr-u rcsi icr.co or G. W. Lyti-r, esq., which in time lung gone by was .,ned and oce-Ji-'u-d by Mr. John Iiastch, (his pos terity v. n:e Ksuch no lunger, feet Bough), 1 think Mr. Rauch was tho original settler thst farm, and must have -sctlled it pre vious to tho beginning of the -present cen tury. Mr. Rauch seems to have fully -un derstood tho importance ef taking cars o...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 July 1882

BBBwBwBawBwBBBWsWi gsnWaWaWaWaWn-Bnl awaWBwi. fST.?!-!- r 1 vrmvATta I ntH.n..f Jefferso.. I AGRICULTURE. DOMESTIC " Moclicello, the hone of Thcis Ji Her eon, is Rt present tLe property of Mr. Jefferson M. L?vy, nephew of Commodore Uriah P. Levy, ibe owr ol more than l,O0O,COO worth of ml estate in this city, where he ! dow a practiciue lawjer. Id leff-onse to q'ie'lions by a reporter of the. tun, Mr. Levy said: "Montir cl!o rfimr.nst-g 25 acres in Abemaile C.nratT, Virginia. It is cn the Cpesapcsfee and Ohio Railroad, and tbe M dlar.o, Yirsioia aud Great Soutiit-ra Kailrodtf, iriree Uiiiea from the UnivtisHy town of CaarJottes 110 m1lc from AVashingion, and riintty-wx Bii'ts from Richmond. At the fnnt nf the mountain runs the Rivana River, which Jefltrson used to call the mnririr rtream. It is a mountainous place, 530 feet above the level of Cliar- lottesviae, ana eu xeei auwe me oca. ji i n a srrnr of the blue Uidire Mountains, rounded bv other spurs. In clear weather the view is ...

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. — 2 August 1882

& to mm. B. FM SCHWEIER, TEE OOIBTITDTIOI-TKE TJ5I0I-AH) THE EJT0B0OCEIT 01 TEE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST -2. 1SS2. NO. 31. WW ' ' SUNG OF IDE GK&SS. Peep! peep! peep! peepi. Now I hi-at in; winter sleep ; Sow In silence win my way 1'pward to tbe light of day. Througn tbe dead yet fragrant mass, Of tke last year's tangled grass, l'p, by every random stone, I p, by every tree o'erblown. By tbe brushy fence's side. Where young Tlulcts lurk and hide, I am coining everywhere, . O'er the earth all brown and hare. Greet me gladly, gratefully ; Summer's faithful herald I, Kindly to my tender spears Bend, and lend attentive ears. While I whisjier sweet of flowers. While I tell of summer showers, Prophesy of golilen grain. And of loaded antumn wain, (reet me gladly, for in me Prophet true of good lou see, t'omffig, coming, everywhere. Making all the brown earth fair. ANOTIIF.R 61DE OF I T. "Now, Miss Gray, we have ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 2 August 1882

iWTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. W4a -, Af , mi B. F. SCHWEIEIl, rMiwk ask FiriiTOi. Tke McKeo Repablican State Com mittee met in Philadelphia laut Wed nesday to oonsider tbe proposal of , tke Cooper Repablican State Com auttee to harmonize Republicans on the State ticket, bat they rejected tbe proposals of tbe Goo por Committee, which seems natural enough, when it is considered thai the Republican reform element in the late Legisla ture tvs t-on enough to send so able & u an as ilitchtLl to the United States Semite. To say it the wild est, it was presuming that the re form clement was green, or not in ariiesL whoa it was presumed. 'that it would agree to present the Bearer ticket, and the Stewart ticket, both of which had been formed by conven tion management to a vote of the people of tbe party. That would be no decision oi tbe party as to its preference by a popular vote ; it would only be an expression of preference as to which one of two tickets, both of which had been...

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. — 2 August 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN : TGBKS. OofritrigKow. WUM per asrwem if paid 12 taeotAsj tS.M IT net pel within Tiassieat edeerUsetncnts insert it SO cgmU I mM for-eacB insertion. TnoMoat business notices in local col ma. 10 cnti prr line for each insertion. De4 actions will be made to tboae desirinc ta advertise by the year, Lslf or quarter J9"- SHORT LOCALS. Malaris- Kw tomatoes are scarce. Stone catfirtU are good bass bale. Chestnuts, it is baid, will be plenty. Mary, went over the mountain dry. Downward goes the price of potatoes- Away to the encampment next wett Trout fishing clowel on the lat day of July- The old court house, in Hunting don, is down There was a picnic at Macadonia, last Thursday. The Canal Company has replank e J the canal bridge. Squire Tarker, is having hid house painted on ..rd street. The thermometer ranged among the nineties, last wect The growing tobacco in Lancaster county u not promising. The harvest is over, and again the tramp is in search of ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 2 August 1882

The Novgorod Tragedy. One need no; be surprised at anything that lisppens In Kuaeia. The other even icfr, -while ginokine a cispr with one of my old friends who has iter, read and traveled a eTeat dial, I vtas told of an incident which occurred come forty yean ago at Novgorod, quite as sinister as that vnich recently occurred at Srnargoo when a pop ulation of raging madmen flung children into a blazing tlie, and revelled at the sight of the poor little bodiea writhing like Tine stem upon the blazing coals. But in the narrative 1 am about to relate there was do race hatred or religious passion for a motive. The colonel of a certain Kustian regiment ferociously tyrannical and I may say mer ciless toward the soldiers was in the habit of treating this human flock like a pack of brutes, lie disciplined with the knout; sentencing his men to whippings for having one button insufficiently polished; whip ping a non-conimissioned officer for one stain on his cloak; striking veterans of Borodi...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 August 1882

J WW -A B. F. SCHWEIEE, TEE 00 J8T1T U TIOI-THE UIIOI AID THE EIFOSOEHEHT 01 TEE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. "WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 9. 1SS2. NO. 32. waU Wly ww4 W MlM www IN THE JiKsT. Gather them close to jour loving heart Cradle them to lour breast; They will anon enough leave jour brooding care, Soon enough mount youth'a topmost stair Little ones in the nest. Fret not that the children's hearts are gay. That their restless feet will run ! There mar come a time in the bj and bj When you'll sit in jour tonelv room and sigh For a sound of childish fun; When joull long for a repetition sweet. That sounded through each room. Of "Mother P " Mother l" the dear love calls. That will echo long In the silent balls, And add to their statel jr g loom. There may come a time when you'll long to bear The eager, b vtsh tread. The toneless whistle, the clear, shrlil shout. The busy buttle in and out. And pattering overhead. When the boys and girls are...

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. — 9 August 1882

JE1HTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLLNTOWN. WedaMdar, Aags.st 9, IMS. B. F. SCHWJCIER, BDITOB ABB FBOrBICTOK. FitZHiDE5T Arthtr has vetoed the River and Harbor 13ill. Ia bis veto message, be expresses great relad tance at the necessity of vetoing the bill for some of its provisions provid ed for the reclamation of marshes, and establishment of harbor lines that he deems of great importance, iat notwithstanding the bill provides for what the President deems need ful, it goes far beyond that scope and, "contains appropriations for purposes not for the common defense or general welfare and which do not promote commerce among the States. Theso provisions, on the contrary, are entirely lor tue beneht of the par- ucuiar localities in wiucn it is pro posed to make the improvements. I regard such appropriations of the puunc money as beyond tne powers given by tue (Jonstitation to Con gress and the President." The amount appropriated by the bill that the President vetoed was, $18,743,- The Presi...

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. — 9 August 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum if paid Vithin 12 months; $2.00 if not paid within 12 month. Transient advertisement inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notice in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions frill be made to those desirirg to advertise by the year, half or quarter Biennial Eeport of Superinten dent of Common Schools of Juniata County. MirrLMTOwx, Juniata Co., Pa., June 6, 18B2. J Ho. E. E. lhgocr, Superintendent of Public Instinct ion: DzabSib: Incompliance with the re quirements of law, I submit the follow ing report of the schools of Juniata county, The report embraces statistic for the. year ending June, 1282, and suggestions and re marks covering ISSI and 1882. We have unmistakable evidence of prog. res in school wrk in the better attendance at school, tendency to increase the length of the school term in a number of districts, building tirst-clus houses and furnishi...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 August 1882

Specialties la Farming. Adherence to mere routine work in farm operations is tbe mistake of too many of our farmers. A variety of crop are com monly grown, yet in do one at tbem does tbe average farmer expect or even dare to nope for greater excellence than attend tbe efforts of bia neighbors. Mixed farm ing ia undoubtedly best adapted to a ma jrxity of farmers, because witb a number of crops one or more will probably prove success, Tbere is uch a thine, how ever, as a knowledge of tbe habits and re quirements of certain crop, so thorough in its character aa to insure success, what ever the season or other surrounding con diiiouf. t is only in the case of such crop as are thoroughly understood that remunerative results rray be expected, and it is impcssiDie lor even the most intern gent and skillful farmers to devote thor ough study and investigation to every va- liety of farm crop. Specialties are there fore necewary in the farm economy. Any individual may learn one thing thoroughl...

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. — 16 August 1882

a- ; - t man J. SCH WEI EE. TEE OCIETTTimOI TEI UTIOI-lID TEI nrOiCIXIXr Or Vtt L1T8. Evlllvri -ka,l ITj J v ia, ta. V-H- XXXVI. MIITUMOWN. JUNIATA COIXTY. PKXXA.. WKDXKSDAY. Al A SI !,;. Ivnj. A A'AVA 1 ro mm i . : . -a" tj . a.-. ..- aw-. . -a . 3. Jaia'Sa--. - .ft. . aa. 5t a. ' CaT-i. a i-aa-a a.-a : .. :Ia a X.. a--ia-. ' 1 a - J' - I -f - - - ' ar at- - ' ia i-t.-r su 5r Of . iariasr. t a ti as-caar to raar -it. -aa t.La aaa.4 1 larrarjf, aa-c aLar aiaari airuj. "lr: I aa. eraiir Ira Zmn t raMari a. ar, acaa "-- - Cu)-ni; " i-u" ., LkiLt UEtf prt an iu-jt Tia .- art! likaanr cr jt iC H.T raLVaw Iw turn 1-rr Vaa'jr -air. aaraur. TO. Ciirvrif ka'T ta l..ir aruo,1 J-t"7 tata- araa. f rtal i -Slfcin," Li aia. -Li jf r. lir CkartT,- laltrr,,. Tlar a-n r art- c i-i. .--rg fc-T a! : 1-n.a. r-l it I f.-i if M ' til n mm mfrl.st W tlicir fl'r is tv- I la- !, r. m valvuu.i f l' 'a LLr fcrj uf AW-iuttirML, at tr .-rc l- lur cnr.ru-: toe lU- rrrurl, ;r- t' t Hi; l ir, k. n uicij UAd ! t- ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 August 1882

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 August 1882

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Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 August 1882

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Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 August 1882

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Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 August 1882

IESTOEL & REPUBLICAN ' ' MIFFLlNTOWJi. frownwAday, lugtist S, 1 HI B. F. SCH WE IKK. Tbt Lifisktore of York State Las isred a law declaring At attempt to iwmmit suicide felonr, that is pun ishable' bj imprisonment in a state prison, for s period not to exceed two jeaji. Eighteen hundred jeaxs ago, auaong the Banians, then the most highly civilized people in the world it waa considered a virtae to have a deaire not to anrvive a great calamity to one's family, or self, and it was no etigtna on one's nrtroe if he com mitted suicide, to escape the respon sibility of a calamity or misfortune. Brutus, when overtaken by defeat at -very torn, after the assassination of Caesar, said, suicide, -is a deed of fashion," and threw himself upon his word. Queen Cleopatra, when she realized that the scepter that her fathers had wieldod for 300 years, was about to ba taken from her, pre faced to not witness the humiliation. Shs exclaimed, "Give me my robes, 1ut on my crown ; I havo immortal onjin...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 August 1882

J8 SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFUNTOWN : TERMS. Bob-rrpHon, fl-60 per annua if paid within. 13 months i if not pid withia otoatha. Transient arvertimeota fnaerW at SO e iU per inch fer eaoo Insertion. fYvtsleOt iMUiOWM OOtioSS In lcl CO- non, 10 coots pee Hoe for each insertion. tk.ti1iwtlAnA will he made ta iHam ilMiM. la advertise by tho year, half Barter- sfloar locals. t JhiUH. Hay fevw. Tbe only original. Katy-did are bcatcc. Dog day end next Sunday. Camp-meeting will clo6 on Friday, Roasting cam ar plenty, in mar let The only original R&d nodl men, ar plenty in Hun txxdon. The political kettle will soon be -settoboO. Impudent children indicate an im pudent parentage. The only original. The Thompeontown picnic, takei place on Thursday. Barnura'a how is to be in Hunt ingdon, October 6. Alaal the last month of summer is acre than half past. But little fall plowing haa been done in this vicinity. Since the accident, Sheriff Kelly, -drives in a buck wagon. Darid Doty brought 2...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 August 1882

The Art of dressmaKing; in America -has been of lute years ao simplified that almost anyone with a reasonable degree of execu tive ability can manufacture a fashionable costume by using an approved pattern and lol'.ewing the directions printed upon it, selecting a new paitTa for each distinct style, while in Europe many ladies adhere to the old plan of cutting one mojel and using it tor everything, trusting to personal skill or luck to gain the desired formation. However, some useful bints are given which are well worth offering alter the paper pattern has been chosen. '1 be best dressmaEera ore and abroad u.e silk for lining, out nothing is so de rame or preserves the material as well as firm slate twill. This is sold double width and should be laid out thus folded. riace the pattern upon it with the upper part towards the cut end, the selvedge for the ftouts; Tne ude pieces for the back wilL most probably, be got out of the width, while the top of the back will fit in the intersec...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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