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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 September 1874

" AY A B. F. SCHWEIER. THE COXSTITCTIOX THI TOIOS AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLIINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., SE1TEMBER 9, 1S74. NO. 36. Ml Poetry. iiio joms i:xii:ii:( i:. t trkmioM Conference, 1471.) BY BliET HAUTE. c'r riht when tou lav it down, Parson, Tbet the flcu in weak and a snare; An.l to kw? yer plow in the furrow When ver cattle begins to rare Ain't no sure thing. Ami between us. The same mar be said of Trayer ! Whj", I stood the jokes, oa the river. Of the boys, when the critters found Th.-t I'd jiiied the Church, and the snicker Thct, may be ye mind, went round, Tlit day I sat down with the mourners, Iu the old camp merlin' ground ! j rttod ail that, and I reckon I niiht, at a pinch, xtood more Tor the boys, they represents CacL And I stands as the Kock of the Law, And it seemed like a moral scriiumae. Iu holdin' ain their jaw. lint thar's crosses a OirisUau snlTi.r.-i, As hez'nt got that pretense Tiiiiiffs with no moral p...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 September 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFL1XTCMVX. Wednesday. Sept. 9, 1ST4. B. F. SUHWEIElt, eniros asd rtopKirrom. " . BEPUBLIOAN NOMINATIONS. STATE TICKET. LIECTESAST OOVEBXOR, ARTHUR G. OLMSTED, 1 or POTTER COCXTT. - - 11 81 l'RF.VS JLIHiE, EDWARD M. PAXSOX, OF PHILADELPHIA.. AUDITOR GENERAL, HARRISON ALLEX, OF WARRES COUXTT. SECRETARY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS, RORERT B. DEATH, OF SCIICri.KILL COVSTT. COl'STY TICKET. nsaiiEiis. JEREMIAH LYONS, of Miffliutown. (Subject to decision of District Conference.) ASSEMBLY, GEOUGE M. SMELKEK, of Tusca rora township. COCSTT COMMISSIONER, C. D. SI1ELLEN1IEKGER, of Fay ette township. COVXTT 61RVETOR, CaPT. JAMES J. PATTERSON, of lieale township. COUXTT AUDITOR, LltCT. J. h. RARTON, of Spruce Hill township. A CONVENTION of Republicans rf; the parish, this being a heavily Repub the Southern States will meet at At lican parish, as admitted by the Fusion lanta, Ga.. on October 12, "tbe object bein to set forth to the nation the true condition of the South Prof....

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 September 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN I OWN: Wednesday. Sept. 9, IS74. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum. Tran.ieni advertisements inserted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Ied actions mill lie made to th ae desiring to advertise by the Tear, half or quarter vear. PEKK'A. R. ftJTIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Station as follows: KSSTWAaD. Philadelphia Exjress, 12 4. am. Fast l.me, 1 15 a nu Pacific Express, 10 01 am. tlamsbiirjr Accummo., II 28 am. Iiav Express, 142 pm. Mail, 6 12 pm. Cincinnati Express, 8 (0 p ra. WESTWARD. rittsburjf Express, 1 20 a in. Cincinnati Express, 2 14 am. Pacific, 6 6? a W. Way 1'assecger, 10 04 a m. Mail, 3 33 p ni. past Line, 6 40 p ni. Mifflin, Jute 21, 1874. LOCAL ISTELLtGESCE. Court was held in the M. E. church. Boys have the hoop-rolling epidemic The common schools are in full operation in ton n. A refreshing shower of tain visited this vicinity yes...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 September 1874

Agricultural. Fabmibs, Ascikst and Modern. Extract from an address delivered be fore m Kentucky Grange : One more suggestion, and I RLall have done. As you see that the iijtt r eata of farmers need fpecial looking after, east about for farmers as repre aentativea of farmers, llemember the adage, "If yon want a thing well done, do it yourself." Heed not for a mo ment the sneer , farmers are not com petent" History, sacred and profane, ancidnt and modern, disproves the as sertion. Moses the greatest of all law givers, was forty years a f aimer: lie kept the flock of Jethro, Lis father in law. David, skilled alike to wield the word, away the sceptre, or "wake to ecstacies the living lyre," was called l y God from the sheepfold. Cincintatns, the consul, the dictator, and twire the savior of Borne, left his farm with re gret at the summons of his country, and as gladly retnrned to it, when liia task was done. Docletian, whom Gib bon regards as one of the most illustri ous of Roman Empero...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 September 1874

Miff W i V B. F. SCHWEIER, THE COXSTITUTIOS TUB CSIOX ASD THE ESFORCEMEST OF TEE LAWl Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., SEPTEMBER 10, 1S74. NO. 37. Poetry. THE VISIT. -The sweeiest wotnn ever fate Perverse dental a uaoacliuid ui ltv Wairnsa. Tin twilight of the day. And twilight of the Tear; The leaves are turning scar. The preen is growing gray. It is a littlo room. So neatly dressed an J still; Which foatered rosea fill Vt'ilh subtlest of perfume. A zepbrr larkiu; by. Uetrars ths curtaiued bed Did ever mort.il bead Ou either pillow lie ? That pantomimic fire How clear its cozy glow: It gestures ever so. Btiiiud the woven wira. But hash ! The Lady cornea. As softly ss th haara; Tia sweeter tbau her flow'rs The melody lis hams. S!iS deftly lock t'j bhnl. And dravs ths uiht-hiia low; While with her gown of snow The kitteu toys behind. Her hands are faultless fair. Her movement, all of grajf And hers a queenly air For such a iowly place. S'ai sit...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 September 1874

SEXTIXEb & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWX. Wednesday, Sept. 16, 1ST. B. F. SUIIWEIER, EDITOR AND rSOPBIETOR. EEPUELIGAlfa NOMINATIONS. STATE TICKET. LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, ARTHUR C. OLMSTED, Or POTTER COCXTY. FLIREME JUDGE, EDWARD M. PAXSOX, OF I'llII.AI)KI.riII. AUIUTOU GENERAL, HARRISON ALLEN, OF WARREN' COCXTY. 6ECRETART OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS, ROBERT B. DEATH, OF 6CIIUVLKILL COUNTY. tOPXTV TICKET. CONGRESS, Gen. LANG HORN WINTER, of Duo caDiion, Perry couuty. ASSEMBLY, GEORGE M. S.UKLKER, of Tusca rora township. COUNTY COMMISSION Kit, C. D. SIIELLENRERCER, of Fay ettc township. COUSTYSl'ttVEYOE, Capt. JAMES J.Jl'ATTERSOX, of Realo town-hip. COUNTY AUMTOR, Lieut. J. L. 15ARTOX, Jof Spwice Hill township. , , ' , i ly excepting a recess oi tea minutes F orney's Press and the Beecher till 9 oVIock p JL 54 tilnes wucn IjUSlEeSS. j. ajjarue j t0 meet on Tuesdav, at the An editorial article in Forney's Pm-j saaie j,Uce at 8 oV.,ook A M ' last Frtdav complained that tbe country At tl)llt hour th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 September 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN M1FFLIXT0WN : -We Tuesday, Sept. 16, 1T4. TE11MS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be niadd to th.se desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter vear. PENK'A. E. BjJTIME TABLE. passenger trains leave Mill! in Station as follows: EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express, J2 48 a m. East Line, 1 15 a ,. Paeific Express, 10 01 am. llarrisburg Accouirao., 11 28 am. Iay Express, 1 42 p m. Mail, 6 12 p ra. Cincinnati Express, 8 60 p m. WESTWARD. Pittsburg Express 1 20 m. Cincinnati Express, 2 14 a 111. Pacific, 6 58 a in. Way Passenger, 10 04 a ni. Mail. 3 S3 p ill. Fast Line, 6 43 p in. KiSiin, June 21, 18T4. LOCAL 1XTELLIGESCE. Gen. Langhorn Wister will be elected Congressman fiom Ibis district. A terribly murderous "White Leaeue'' riot has caused the death of many people iu New Orleans. A thous...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 September 1874

A.g ri cu 1 tural. A Vila kd Dim fob Fowls There are do animala mora omniverona than fowls ; fish, flesb, herbs and grains beiafr devoured by tliem with equal relish. We say equal for though the common 1 pouuoe upon meal with more aridity than npon grain, this ia became it af fords a rarity, and a flock kept for a while oa animal food will show the same greed for corn. Animals accustomed to a varied diet, Lould not be eoutined to an unvarying one. There are some species which an naturally limited to one or s few kinds of food. Thus, cattle do well enough, although kept mouth after month on grass alone, and a tiger will thrive with nothing but lean meat as a bill of fare. But with other animals, as with the bn man race, e. g. the case is different, for no person cau maintain the highest effi ciency when col fined to one article of food. No matter how fond one is of a particular dish, he loses relish for it when allowed nothing else for a number of consecutive meals, and the intense c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 September 1874

iiiiifa itf 'itt Will Jil B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THB TJSION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLIN1WN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., SEPTEMBER 23, 1S74. NO. 38. Poetry. MFAXIftll OSU. BT HELX-f a. COXANT. Ou Iipa of blooming youth There tremblee many a aiKu, Which lives to breathe a troth. Then silently to die. Thou, who art my desire. Thy languishing sweet love lu aujha npon thy lips shall oft expire. I lore the sapphire glory Of those starry depths above, Where I read the old, old story Of human hope and love: I love the shining star. But when I gaze on thee. The fire of thine eyes is brighter far. The fleeting, fleeting hoars. Which ne'er return again. Leave only faded flowers And weary days of pain; Lteught recedes from view. And never more may pass Sweet words of tenderness between us two. The gentle breeze which plays On the water, murmuringly. And the silvery, trembling rays Of the moon on Uie midnight ses Ay ! all have passed away. H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 September 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOW'X. Wednesday. Sept. 23, 1S74. B. F. SOIUYEIER, EDITOR ASD rBOPKIETOR. BEPUBllCAN NOMINATIONS. STATE TICKET. LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, ARTHUR G. OLMSTED, OF POTTER COUNTY. Sl'FUEXE JUDGE, EDWARD M. PAXSON, Or FHILAI'ELI'UIA. AUDITOR 'GENERAL, Harrison alles, OF WARREN COUNTr. EECRETART OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS, ROBERT B. DEATH, OF 6CHUTLKILL COl'STT. CIST TICKET. CONGRESS, G en. LANG HORN' WISTEK, of Dun cannon, l'errv countj. ASSEMBLr, GEORGE M. SMELKER, of Tnsca rora township. COr NTT COMMISSIONER, C. t. SI1ELLEN15EKGER, of Fay etta township. COl"NTrtSURVETOR, Capt. JAMES J. PATTERSON, of Beale township. COCSTV AUDITOR, Lieut. J. L. BARTON, of Spruce Hill township. The Late Eebellion in Louisiana. In November, 187:2, a State election was held in Louisiana. John McEuer; and Woi. P. Kellogg were the candi dates for the Governorship of the State. The fraaJ-i and violence that character ized all clcrtior down there since Re bellion against National authority ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 September 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN . MIFFLIXTONVN : " tvtdttesday, Sept. 23, 11 i. TERMS. Subscription, $ 1.50 per annum. Transient, advertisements inserted at 60 cents per incli for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col nmn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be male to those desiring to advertise Kjr the year, half or quarter vear. PEtfK'A. R. RETIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Station as follows: CASTWABD. Philadelphia Express, 12 48 a m. fast Line, 1 15 a n). Paeitic Exress, 10 01 a m. Marnsburg Accommo., 11 2H a m. Iay Express, 1 42 p m. Mail, 6 12 p m. Cincinnati Express, 8 60 p m. WE3TWABD. Pittsburg Express, 1 20 a ra. Cincinnati Express, 2 14 am. Pacific, 5 58 a m. Way Passenger, 10 04 a in. Mail, 83 p m. Kant Line, 6 45 p m. Mifflin, June 21, 1874. Valcablk Peeusoxal PaoPtivFr Ai Public Sale. Wm. M. Allison will sell, at his residence in this borough, on Saturday, September 26, 1874, a large and valuable assortment of House hold Furnit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 September 1874

Xoetr'. I.OVE'K ( HOK E. Do yon remember, dear, my love. Our parting in the twilight-lane, Vi hen brighter than the sUra above Yoar eyes shout throngh the dewy rain. And made me say good-bye again. And held me, that I could not more ? Too fond to grieve, too sad to smile; I yielded to their silent power; And was it but a breathing while. Or was it through a spell-bound hour, I k tatted your face, an upturned flower. Whose sweetness did my soul beguile ? And then I said. 'Farewell, my sweet! The boor has come and we niunt part; But. through the long years ere we meet, Which will yon bear within your heart To comfort you when I depart Remembrance, or oblivion fleet ? "A memory of all the blips That made the flying hours so bright. From the first timid, trembling Lies I dared to rive you one dear night. Lost in a vision of deliubt, Down to the perfect joy of this ? "Foreetf alliens of all the pain That htppiext lovers learn to know The doubts that come and come again. The haunting fear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 September 1874

294 jf wIM lllwll 111111111111x111 ttfrrs w.r vii ii m m m 0 WIV -Jfc; WIM B. F. SCHWEIER, . THE C0S3TITUTI0N THE CHIOS AHD THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Propria. ' " " ' - i i. i - ' - - . r - - - - -f " VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., SEPTEMBER 30, 1874. NO. 39. I Poetry. CillLTY OK -OT UlILTV. .She stood at Uie bar of justice, A creature wan and wild. In form too email for a woman. In features too old for a child; I'nr a look ho worn and pathetic Was stamped on her pale. Tonng fare. It Kwmed long year of anffering Mast have left that silent trace. "Your name." said the Judge, as he eyed her With kindly look, vet keen, "In"' "Mary McOuire, if yon please, sir," "And vonr age ?" "I am turned fifteen." "Well Mary," and then from a paper He slowly and gravely read, 'You're charged here, I am sorry to aay it, With stealing three loaves of bread. "You look not like an offender. And I hope that you can show The charge to be false. Sow, toll me Are you guilty o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 September 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFL1XT0UX. Wednesday, Sept. 30, 1ST4. B. F. SOU WE IE It, wrroa asb ropirroE. BEFUBLIOA& HOSHNATIONS. STATE TICKET. LIEUTENANT OOVERNOB, ARTHUR G. OLMSTED, OY POTTER COIXTV. SlI-RENB Jl'TtOE, EDWARD M. PAXSON, OF PIIILAbtI.I'HI. Al'WTOR GENERAL, HARRISON ALLEN, OF WARREN COCNTT. SECRETART OK INTERNAL AFFAIRS, ROBERT B. DEATH, OF WHl'TLKILL COCNTT. COrXTV TICKET. CONGRESS, Ge.i.LAXGHORX WISTER, o! Dun cannon, Perry county. . ASSEMBLY", GKOKGE M. SMELKKR, of Tusca rora township. COI STT COMMISSIONER, C. D. SIIKLLKXBKKGER, of Fay ette township. COLNTT SURVEYOR, CaK. JAMES J. PATTERSON, of licale township. COCNTT AUDITOR, LlECT. J. 1.. BARTO.V, Hill township. -f S; pruee Eepublican County Committee. CmiAS ii.Y. Smith, Paiterson.' MifliintownH. A. Stanibatigh, J.S.Martin. Fermanagh Isaac Sicber, J. M. Ilower. Walker W. 11. Kurtx, W. H. Lnkeui. Favette Jesse Griibb, T. T. Davis. Monroe II. (i. Micllenberger, Jacob Basom Or-cnwoodW. Woodwa'd, H. Minnium. Sii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 September 1874

'SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFKLIXTOWN : tYdi!eda. Sept. 30, 1874. TERMS. Snliscription, $.oO per annum. Transient advertisements inserted at SO cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each Insertion. Deductions will be male to th .se desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. PENN'A. E. ILTIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Station as follows: rASTwaan. Philadelphia txiress, 12 48 a m. Fat Line, 1 15 a ni. l'aeilic Express, 10 01 am. nrrisbur: Accoinmo., II 28 am. Iay Express, 1 42 p m. Mail, 6 12 p m. Cincinnati Express, 8 tO p m. WSTWaO. rittsbnrg Express, 1 20 a m. Cincinnati Express, 2 14 a lu. Pacific, 6 58 a m. Vav Passrnger, 10 I4 a m. Mail', 3 83 p iu. Fa! Line, 6 45 p m. Mifflin. June 21, 1874. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Mechanics held a re-union at McAl terville on Tuesday evening. A vounr man sane a piece Irom the roof of the new hotel on Saturday evening about j 9 oUuck. J. B. M. Todd keeps ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 September 1874

Ioeti,y. IlKli-A-IiKAt. In dur-tv dark chamber Wc ctore up in mind. What, when wc remember, litrt worthless wo tiiid. The joys of a huod. . The loves of a day. The tear and the treason Lo:i yii.oe parsed away. Nw mingle together, A laeillciv tiiey lie; " Not one worth a feather. N it one worth a sigh. Viil Lilian prove ScUlc, Why Love. too. irrovl liiind: And ali "ntuth T;uie"o h(-klc Trove finite wc Cud. )f yore though the days were . In yo::.ii'rt ear'y j-rinje. A- i"-.i'cet as tJie layn were. V.! t il Uve gave the rhyme; Yet h. j in the morning V a a fuine light to lure - (". on to the rooming I f h'.I thl b Hire; Ami '.c-t ilnyxof leanrov .. And nigHn of iuui'h'rin, m n but the ui(aure- i 'f time Hpf-nt in vain. ' Th"u h. do U m, furgi t them. Nor think tlieui again; U iiiiuh we may not regret UiUii. T! re s d ath in the strain. I a. t an evj--eloned chamlK-r Vnfai in the mind WJiL-.t. when we reineuil" r, ! : it a . rthicva we find. rtiieelliiii. Y',irm c!iiiiiit-s soem to ie n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 October 1874

I IK B. F. SCHWEIER. TH C0N8TITUTI0H THB USIOJI AND THE EXFOECEME NT OF TIU LAWS Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., OCTOBER 7, 1S74. NO. 40. i n W M IV ! Poetry. PILVKISIS. Br M&Kt H kllenwood. Along the seashore, strewn with shells. And. "Lite with glittering saud. Two children walked with footsteps light. With ht'pv hearts went hand in hand. All the bella of morning, ringing Slowly, sweetly, glad, and strong, Holy messages were bringing, Joining in the sweet old song That the lajkting waves were hiiiiu All the sandy shore along. Children! children! little children ! Oh. be glad ! Will the bells be always ringing ? Will the waves be alwavs singing : Oh, be glad ! Along the roadway, edged with weeds. And brown with travel dust. Two children walk with footsteps slow. With weary hearts, yet full of trust; Though the bells have ceased their ringing, Slowly, sweetly, clear and strong. And the morning winds are bringing No sweet messages in song....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 October 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFUNTOWX. TFedBWida'. October T, I74. B. F. SCIIWEIElt, EldTOB rKOPKIETOK. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. STATE TICKET. LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, ARTHUR G. OLMSTED, OF POTTER COL'STV. M PRF.ME J I IKiK, EDWARD M. PAXSON, .F PlIILAUKLiMll A. ACt'dTOR (SF.SER.tL, HARRISON ALLEN, V WARREN COCNTT. EECRETART OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS, ROBERT B. DEATH, OF HCIIl'VLKILL COLXTV. COIXT1 TICKET. (VINORKS., Gen'i. LANCIIOnXK WIsTEtt, of Dut. cannon, l'erry county. ASKEMBLT, GEORGE M. S.MELKEK, of Tusca rora township. COt'NTY COMMISSIONER, C. D. SHELLEXBEKGEIl, of Fay ette township. COUNT V SURVEYOR, Capt JAMES J. PATTERSON, of Beale township. COUXTTAUPITOR, Lieut. J. L. KAUTON, of Spruce Hill township. Eepublicaa County Committee. C'H air n . V". S n:llh, Patterson P. O. Sicketakv Ufchartl Uoyle, Walni-.t P.O. Miffihitown II. A. Mamlaiish, J.S.Martin. Fernianaph Isaac Sicber. J. M. Ilower. M alter W . II. Kurtz, w . II. LiiKens. j Kavette Jesse i;ri:bli. T. T. Davis. Monro - II. U. ln...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 October 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWX : lTdneHday. October T. 1ST4U TEKMS. . - Subscription, $1.50 per annum. Transient advert iseuienta inserted at 50 cent it inch for each Insertion. Transient business notice in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions Kill be male to th ac desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter leu. PENK'A. E. RETIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Rt.atitin as follows: rTWi. Philadelphia Express, rant Line, Pacific Express, Harrishurg Accommo., Jav Express, Mail, Cincinnati Express, Pittsburg Express, Cincinnati Express, Pacific, Wav passenger, Jlii, V.tst Line, Mifllin, June 21, 1S71. 12 4Sam. '1 1) i m. 10 01 am. 11 2 a m. 1 4. p in. 6 12 p m. 8 ol) ji ni. 1 20 am. 2 II a m. S OS a m. 1" 04 a m. 3.H p m. t 41 ui. LOL.1L ISTELLIGESCE. iVri is high in price, with uo pros ptct of a decline. I'igeon hunting kept our .portsa.en unun.gtaef.e,.. I White in the Presbjterian church j eXr Safouth at ,e u,ua! hour. Dr. Sterrrit ha...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 October 1874

Poetry. CHEEK TP. T the Parents f rkarll atwss. BT B1BHT ALI-AWiT. Cheer op, grief-stricken mother. (h ! cease from thy repining; Cod vet will surely give Ttij elood a silver lining; ' Cheer up, heart-broken father. You jet shall bare the Jot, Of folding to tby breast again Thy long loot, darling boy. ( beer op. O mourning parents, llemeniber that the night la always at its darkest Ere dawns the welcome lig'jt. Oh cheer thy heart and wait; Lean on Jehorah a arm; The brightest rainbow follows The darkest thunder storm. Cheer up, and cease not hoping. Your griefs shall have a balm; God tempera fiercest blowiug To favor the shorn lamb. Cheer up, though now the wicked Turn happiness to woe; For with unerring juntice God soon will lay them low. Cheer up, pat off drear sorrow. Prepare for gladdening Iiht: The sunny day will soon dispel The darkneae of the night. A m Ay. ZMieseelliiny. Heme lale-reala. CONTEST WITH LITTLE. The other d.iy we Bit by a beautiful lake bidden away in the heart ...

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