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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 December 1882

MrHiftinftit 1 !?' - B. F. SCHWEIER, THE OOSSTTTTITIOS-THB UIIOS-HD THE ESTOXOEinBT OP THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. NO. 50 VOL. XXXYI. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 13. ISS2. I Ml A IX NOT WANT. waut, la deseru wiia Thou win c1' sjiri-a-lat. T"J U;,lc f,,r clluJ : t. in streams, ir t turning souls, eartu Ud bsaven forever rolls. I m : : u" l-"'kt ni,u flit wv.ng smile sinUl fi a wi" injht ; US -'i pri'mises ar..un.l me b'wim, AH'1 :!' w;,! ,,iV"ie P' r'ume I su 1 D"i w-i!" : Thy rujliteousne-ia Vi fi s!ai; ol"'l with glorious dress, H, biwi--i'-1 roiw h:i I more fair Ilun garments km,-, or angeis wear. I ui: n"! want ; h :ftr pnnl, tlr j;v lina-l r an--i'l s too-u ,; t r'11,er 1"h:M W 'aT i,ag a earth or heaven en lure. Tllfc INVALID CLKKK. cold of a It was the twilight of a crisp, ;. .h.v. Oubdde. the cawing . .K ,,f Klated crows made sorrowful niasic a-s their wings wore outliued Tcaiiist the deciieiiiug orauge of the sunset, hib i tuu co8T f:iria kl...

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. — 13 December 1882

1 SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. Wadaeaday, Deccm'r 13, MM, B. F. SUHWEIER, CDITOE AX raoraiaroa. Cambria Co., baa raooDsbiueri. Oke hundred Ohio editors, are on an excursion to Florida. Thi Democrats are getting tbeir whistle ready for inauguration day. As effort U being mada to enforce the Suudav laws in New York citj. Oxc of th question at Washington ia, will th iron manufacturers lobby ' TflK lodependeuts are talking about junoius a candidate lor toe f residency ia Ml. Po-iTU. affairs at Washington look as if the pUjjs on letters is to be Tednced to two cents. Fbrkidsst Arthur's message is a eonimonsenf one ; the hardest kind of a document to produce. Thh moral iafluence of this free government ii felt in Egypt, where abont 40 bIitoe were emancipated in one day last week. Claytos McMichak, has been se lected bj the Prenident, as the new Marshall of the District of Columbia. It ia a good appointment Tn National Itopub'ioan Commit tee is called to meet at 11 o'clock Jannar...

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. — 13 December 1882

ffjfflXEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN TERMS, -ioo, XIAO annum if paid JjniIil T2J0O if net pM within 15 ""ot adverttoetnects inserted at 50 Tl"L lMh for each insertion. ""siU easiness notice in local eol- i" p line for etch insertion, "factions mil be made to those desiring JJtfrtioa by tba yar hlf or quarter r- Sb'ORT LOCJ1LS. I'jt the f riator. Qter suppers. urunkenes. .Sb1! dancing parties. Small pox in Pittsburg. Tiie apple are about all. 4 cold squall last Tliurs Jay. !i rive r i nneoninionly low. j) .waw.irJ th5 price of pork. The Institute came in on time. Tfce eolJ e on passed by. Happy days for the teachers, get a newspaper for jour family. Bliine clubs are being organized. Xstrport is to have a Q. A. It Post Eabber good's a specialty at Heck's. Tee rigin? cau&l, ragt-th no longer- A nuaiber of cisterns in town are Iherc was go.i.l skating on Satnr J. Tb railroad engineers are in Tusca rera Valiey. Egs sell at 3ct a dozen in Hon fcdon. Read the synopsis of the Presi de...

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. — 13 December 1882

Turkish Women. .Nicosia, tiie capital, u undoubtedly the town containing a larger portion of "Vwit than any other part of Cyprus. The Tur kish women there are certainly beautiful. and are very numerous, and nltnough they were obliged to conform to Moslem re?u lations durmg the Turkish rule they have kicked over the tracts since the British occupation. When Cyprus was Turkish, the women were Turkb-h in every respect, Tbey hardly ever went out. and then only to tbe ha mam, or bath, attended by old women, servants and eunuchs, their faces covered with yasmasks so that not even a Turk should see them, tar more a Christ ian. W henever tbey met a man and be fore be could approacu them, they would turn their faces to the wall and pull their ferelzes, or cowus,tiglit!y over their heads while the attending servants and eunuchs would call ut to the stranger to mke haste and go his way so that their "lady" should pass unmolested. Ibcy never ap peared at their doors, and their window? were prot...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 December 1882

AAVAVs)A,IH fl pF.SCPlWEIER, THE COJfSTITTITIOI-THB UHIOH A5D .THE EUTOBOEMEHT OP THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. XXXVI. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA , WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 20. 1S82. NO. 51 vol. inelegance.- that. a pot lUEi'unT.nBr.r. s, ra-cWS ! V wa of en, ,jBfvfr:ooKst:m way. ,,'tVT" 'T 1 !""-::t Wll!l t!ie S"3' ifi te;- 'viusVsst,':, . ,, ..,1 -. ,-.ir.:i-;ii - ;So ri.lsn, 'J,t:i..im mine an I so, ' me hMi ' j.-e :rjui; .'l -owa , r,3.icr i! hf ever safsst ' TSJ: r tiie wot 1 'iim V .:' ,f r'rir -i -n I iii wit- lo-rs ;tf! t if p: IT HI t1? f. TO T, Liii-.r u y s w.irv. is '.os-. i-rilH-'-ir !.: -.ir ::.a?.r ij swei'' i " r:.Ji- lav. f ofca !:avf s.inj togettKT, 'Uc iier -irn- the 'sen a,vay. Tiei.c ; .n tae ju-turo imU g-.ta-.i' live '; 2e rut .i::.t rt-i a c.ut-n h.in !fu:, Mussf utrt lle liars. n - Si? 'j car fr-.sn hit iortb.a.1 ' An. .:e I'-'-iiit "P iis wav; ox litre .s my s iu-t.'iiiH-t, ni'nT? H-. :i.uk;2; f ice all day. wn f trie meal.-rr, iv.r I :i-'ir .- ii- ;B...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 December 1882

SENTINEL & REPDBLICAn MIFFLLNTOVTN. Weaeday, Decen'r to, 1M2' B. F. SCHWJCIER, xaire aib rxeFBiaTea. Tai . Drummer, or Commercial travelers, held a National convention in Baltirsora last w.ek. lit Sultan of Turkey ia having a irr:&f built tsat ia to be proof ajiia. bailfcU aad banj grenade. Governor Bete, of Tennesiee, b ex ehatige fey, ba been piven a chair ad of "twDtv four polished iteert' korns." Is France, it ia mo uncommon oc- nrram-a to Dave i;escbes delivered at tLa grave f jiaople, that are to be buned. CeMarzaT lot holdtra in cities are raniziu for the purpoe of pre veuting the dead from being tak en out of their grave. Cajudt i the boss, of the Dtmo c aiic administration, and why not! If he could direct the boj, may he not direct the Governor. Hold your peace and . TsEita was another pnic among ii speculators, lant Friday, the price of the oil declined to such an exteat thkt a great deal of money was lost, fcy one se of dealers. A PLLi'iU'Bu named Hildseth, the ot...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 December 1882

IRaM!9;;BBaHaaBaaBaBM KELfeREPPBLICAN J.IFFLINTOVTN : - JS B - TERMS if wail rfif!i' $3 00 if not paid within jS1"-. tdTertiePt inserted at 80 f-A .r rack insertion. ues r'ui i ,or ecii ,,i'"rii"1- !f C!j be made to tbo desiring E'""..: bT J" or ".uarter Institute- WjU County leacners was Jj ,a orJ Q lh Court Hou8 Dumber 11, IS82, hy .n H. Smith. County Super- a nn ic choir, composed Vth ox tQ3 lnnuiuio, iova uj i ... 0' t v-t McM. m b7 the re3inS .U(,:er of tbs Holy Scripture .-orvr f V i L - VW. ,lor. ws elected ice TrBi- ... . Hm rn,. v .n "were elected Secretaries. '"fi e roll h called and J.he absen- . j.-nr.:uff address. Vice Presi- "'t "kj-ter n acknowledgement , Jfiiwrrd a scon aaarws. r. , Trfctitme beiaar tuus put in order, N. C. Schaeffer, yi.ru! f Kutztoivn State Normal vji, WIS iCirUUJCOU, on- ucu.ci- ' : "sn i.Un Professor Shreder rib -ipon tbe subject of "Primary tj.;,. ud was followed by Dr. S Liefer, im tlie subject of Orthog- K,i.'AT (SESSION. ri e caief feature of...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 December 1882

A Bird Dinner. A typiral Kir.iucty scene waxltirauuu 1 buil dinr.er of tbf SporUmen"s t'lu'ihl - il ice-ne'e!, Kentucky, on the 221 ot ov edUr. It is enly cute id a lite time that nr e pels to tee j'.ei tuch an asfeiritly ot Keu'uckiaoi etjjinj ttiO!iiE!ves after jiM such a Kentucky fashion. Tue best element in the S'Atc, the ablest politician, 1 tbe bert speakers, Uie cleverest aner-dote tellers in Ibis or any other state were all there, ael tbty spent the time after the manner of the old da j t. The spot selected for tbe dinner looked like a picture froia a novel. It was about a mile back of Emi nence,. in a study little hollow, with great oak and walnut trees look.nij away like sentinels over the undulating field and fficatljvr, .dotted with herds of fine cattle and horses. Utnvath one of the sentinel otks a dozen siailinir, chattering blacks bad built an immense fire, and healthy were the odors that came from a certain black cauldron of "buigoo" that boiled ' and bubbled over th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 December 1882

"JMSTMAS MCMT TISION. 5h,Ita?n;a Harrj n'L K?fV'u",c'",i,vn,tie. li. at """'" imifc room tZ.!1, 2-"" ""''""T had no foot. Si hn?d eI,",'p P:c",re ,u""el OX nopeie, .iepair. For I m o.'d i Ha be Bo tlien j..n ln.. i,e will not com TU1 e are all n bed, u-'ii0. "' ,l"'u P" rhaps ue u bring u clonic and brea.1.- And co ne wre;-ned family m to t:;eir bed of siraw. And liarrj Hall, at .it! of nht. A ble-wed VL-K1Q KW A taiun f o.J ani CLius KepKuiumi; the lire. And loa led a ,, vvervthln- 111 tad bean ruuM dtaire. Cpon his shoulders t.ra.l mad utrooz Lirifp P lekate- he i . h e, ,W?.1U? t "'"'ne bread and ciothea Aiid mm hnu on liie flo.r, X1 "-8 "Pen aide, from whK-n aim look eljte. He A. ed, wm.e pullunf hu pipe, A acuuie near Uie grate. It wm a blissful, n.e-ed dream . J?" u-"rj Hall slept thiouirii, Ana best of all, a beu uiorniiiir broke. He found ilie vu-ion irue A brother, au ha.i years before 1 he ocean soue across Had Just returned m lime to bo r a t lUrrj a aiiia Claus, Anil now...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 December 1882

CHRISTMAS SUPPLEMENT. CHRISTMAS. AS OLD-FASUIONED DITTY. In days of yore the Baron bom 'A' as wont at CbriAtinas-l'.de to hold !o cart:e hall a solemn f-at. Where ail were welome, snirht or priest. Or t-q ure or c:own; the opn door Adm.red iLl or ma or pjor. Kmlf en:y cround the groaning board, Aii lorej-l, nei.i, or stream aiTtrd. The ceJ-rer broacli'd bis mightiest ale. The niii.8 rel lo.d his memcai tale; J .j refined o'er al: a tmistrous glee, A ni'le, uuirlisiiM revelry, tnoli as mlijhi move perchance to soorn "! he ua: ure of the later-born : lijt totalling nud it wi.dest mirth Tea.c aim jo.d wU to all on earth!" Tlivx dij-s are pit, n.r neeJ we g riere lor liirir ik-iiarture if the leave CAj sure they hare) the ktnuUy feeUttg or waiits and woea bejouU our bealing: The sootuinj ivoru, the helping band. The timely tilt uiat we:! niJy stand Instead of the oil teckles g:Ting 1 bat wasted much in 11 riotuu.3 lirlng." "The (rood remains; t:te bounty still Is seen to flow in many a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 January 1883

A J ( I , ' , the OOISTITUTIOI-THE 171101 AID THE E5T0E0EMEIT 01 THE LAWB. Editor and Proprietor. B. P. SCHWEIER, MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENXA.. WEDNESDAY. JAN UAUY 3. IS83. NO. 1. VOL. XXXVII. MM EIJIli III Hi IL f I Hi H,I 11, "IRE SIl.UI IX.Mf lH OS. lep down Uhe ga the rwedj bouows. And swar tnro1 me neaJuwa low, Swift o'er ita staining pebbles. Pluming not In lu ceaae'.ei Sow, 1 fee brook tbat cornea lo n from the mouniaia To Uir ocean must eni It Sight, A the bnitntnns th.u lawne1 wiin the moroiug Must tie on the threshold of slant. he ferns tj the tirooksltle arowlnjr, And the recti a inej murmur ami sigh, And the wl'Jowa and meadow graaws Keep time as the brook sweep liv, And the ocean w calmly waiting, Bat never a ripple will tell, When the wavelet the hroutUs brairufj Shall be merged in its long, low swell. And there Cometh a mval siiiaft That lUrMeth the fnneral prre Cf the day as It glide down m the western kr And dies in Its crimson Ere; And unrlit with its swift ...

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. — 3 January 1883

SENTINEL k REPUBLICAN MIFFLLNTOVVN. fTedossday January S, 18t3. B. F.vSOIIWEIER. miroH axb raorairroa. Trre question is, "vrho bosses Pat tison Aek Cassidj. The storm center of reform seems to be at WasLingtori. Cok6Rkss took a refreshing raee?g during the holiday. Gambliso is mid to be on the in crease in Philadelphia. It is report 1 that there ia a great searoitj of food in Ireland. Jit has been found in South mountain, ten mile from Ilea din. .. . Genesu. has a is Drenarinsr to become a priest. Chixe-e women are brought to San Francisco, disgniBed as Indian -vro:iien. --:'-.--r., t .. but the liUr and sunflower are still I with us. The ni:Uibf.r of beef cattle sold in j distribution of the effects made. If Philadelphia the prist year was 209,-! the industroas aud peaceable people 728 hea l. j of this country were half as bloodily Ove of the questions in the west, J disposed as Most tries to make it ap is the question of waking sugar from ! pear that he is. they would hang hira Ch...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 January 1883

1 W WW at Ml 1 ite ' tU f -1 II, g&REPlTBLlCAN ylfFLlNTOWN : January 8. 1ss TKBS. Sl nnm tf 1 paid illi'.u -8 - - jrrrtisemcBta inserted at 60 hp,r, .i. (..reach insertion. L1, host" notices col- u per r ' a & . will I4 mil uiuso oesiruig, r!, br tie Tear nu vr 4ulrr Sff0cT LOCAL'S. pntifo! new leaf, gather Jfe rrtie- to have a. ilk mill. " jputent. otiJ strive to do better, j- .re 400 granger lodge ia this T-, price of oatmeal looks up- T.i t' oen s' w't' p pibHi La3 broken out in Han .-ion I is out, and Snenffi SHORT LOCALS. Some of the wakeful shot off the old year. The week of prayer will engage the mind of the churoh next week. The moon waa full on Christmas eTening, ditto, a number of people. A Huntingdon man shot 27 wild tur keys, and 280 equirreli the past season. One of the Btudente at the McAl iaterrille & O. School, died last week. The deepest coal mine in America. is at F ottsvule Pa, it is 1576 feet deep. COO bushels of onions have been put into market, by H...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 January 1883

-, . -. :ry?-i'' ?J ;' . aqeicclthre. Kkkp thk Thobocohbebds Tcee. Tbeie tg quite a difference between cros Einii pure-bred animals of separate breetis and crossing the pure-breds on common stock. By using thoroughbred male the common herds or flocks can be elevated t a bigber standard, and at email cost, fur the reason tbat the thoroughbreds are fixed in peculiar characteristics,- 'and have the power transmit and Impress tbeir qualities strongly on their offspring. They impart uniformity ol color especially, and as all breeds excel in certain peculiarities, while inferior kinds possess no particular abilities tbe dominant quality becomes a fixed hab it, and it is to ibis fact that we are able to breed in any direction fur the attainment of special objects. But it is soruetliinic else in breeding together thoroughbred animals o! different breeds. The Jersey cow is the result ot years of labor. Her qualities for makin; beef have been sacri ficed, her muscles weakened, her frame re du...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 January 1883

-fTV tsv - iiiiii I ff. - X M. . at. TEE COISTrnmOI-THB UKOI-UD TEE ETTOBOE1OTT OP TEE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. B. F. SCHWEIER, MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 10. 1SS3. NO. 2. VOL. XXXVII. II 1 r s t. r 1 il. TBE GREAT UlNK UXU I wandered alone and afar on me pUlua ol ibe north, and nij Th caught bj tne blzc of a star That ehut through ibe pit.le- sky. The coMneM of death, wm ticto. The silliness of tleath In P air. Save that over tlie wild wa-ie f snow. The mull p-jorel Hi howl of despair. And stricken and weary I trod. Scan daring to f . into !, Till the pt fo. mercy of God. Came lalhng in tears on my face But the meteor had passed and was gone ! Ah, whither? In vain shall t seek? I Fund la the diead n gh al ne. And tne voice of mj soul s'rivis to spes: Ba.t i' fa tern, and fa: hack unspoken. And dies Use the wolf hoal alar. The "WxW'ghU of life ere all bn-ket. And I am a wreck Uke the star 1 TU E UAMRLEKM WIFE. "What new beauty liave we Here, Carl?" 1...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 January 1883

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN UIFFLINTOWN. WAdnftiday January 10, 1S83. B. F. SCHWEIER, ID1TOK AKD riopBirroB. Tee debt of Massachusetts is $32, 511, 680. John E. Kitbcbx, is President of tbe Bute Senate. The Garfield Fair, at Washington, rcas not a success financially. The ornithologists, of Iiloomfield cannot classify a new bird that has come to that town. Loxdon British newppapers be wail the use of arsenic by the ladies to beautify complexion. The United Brethren are erecting theological seminary building at Sugar Grore, Warren county. Uros the recommendation of the Fardon Board, Gorernor Hoyt par doned 148 persons, during his term ' of office. Gtyep.AL Cameros, and Charles A. Dana, editor of the New York Sun, will go on a trip to California in February. Baltimore is a!?!icted with many eases of small-pox ; there were 70 deaths by that disease the last week of the old year. A oreat flood prevailed in part of Germany last wet-k, in the district of Worms as many as 10,000 people were ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 January 1883

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN M1FFLINT0WN : Wednesday, January 19, 18SS TERMS. Subscription, $1.60 per annum if paid witbia 12 months ; $2.00 if not paid within 12 month. Transient advertisement inserted at 60 cent per inch fur each insertion. Transient business notices in local cot mi, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertisa by the year, half or quarter year. Remember, that for' this sea son only, the Job Department, of the Sentinel and Republican, will turn out bills, for sale of Personal Property, &( lower ratea than ever before. A re duction of 50 per cent will be made, after this date on bills printed at this office, and a no tice of the time of sale, in the paper, will be inserted gratis, Parties having their bills print ed elsewhere, can have a notice of their sale inserted in the Sentinel and Republican, for 50cts and upward to suit the length of the notice.- SHORT LOCALS. Week of prayer. Tlenty rabbits left. New moon yest...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 January 1883

0:d Etra'a Floating- "Speaking about paying tales." Kid man wbo tad perhaps been peforflJae that p'.eesiat dutv, 'Temmds me of aa old fellow, sort oi hermit, whr rived where I did m small town In 2?ew Hampshire, and If he wasn't the uut-and-outcst Chap for avoiding the demands of the dtate.then I'm rristaken." "Why didn't they sell him out t" "liscause they couldn't eet hold (if the property. No, it wasn't air casdes, and he didn't live in a balloon, but on solid property, and every time ihe tax-collect. came around in .New Hampshire, Ezra and his property were in M ifiuicbuetu "Oh, I see. He bad ihe State line on wheels, and shoved it about to suit." Ci'ol exart'y, but be had his property fixed s that he cou.d shift it anywhere he wanted. It was ntbmg more or less than a Moating island made up ot bog and stuff, and If a good many years it blew about tbe pood, until finally the old chap put up a hut on it, kept a cow, chickens aud ducks, and bad a regular floating farm. But one day ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 January 1883

unit mm - is ill B,F. SCHWEIER, ' . THE C0S8TITUTI0I-THE OTIOI-AffD TZE ETTOSOEMEHT OP THE LATB. Editor and Proprietor. . . VOL. XXXVII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PEXXA.. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 17. 1SS3. NO. 3. - . . - - - - - . . Ol.n TIM Eh. There's a neaanful gong on the slumbrous air Tout clrilli thruuiti the valley of dreams; It comes fr tio a cilme where the rosea were, AD'I a itinera: heart, and brijrnt brown hair Tbat wares In the morning beams. Soft ejea of azure, an I ejeg of brown. And saw-whitt foretieacls are ibere. A glimmering cross anil a guttering crown. A tDornj bed and a couch of down. Lost hopes and leaflets of pray r. A rofrT leaf and a dimpled han't, A ring a l a p ifrotcd tow ; Tiiree r!den rings on a broken hand, A tny track on the t-n iw white eaad, A tear and sinless brow. Ttiere'i a tincture of grief In the beautiful snng That sobs on the su.niner air. And loneliness fe,t In the fective thronj Sit Is down in the audi a II trembles ang from a clinic where th...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 January 1883

SENTINEL & PJEPUBLICAN 5 MIFFLIXTOVVXT "Wednesday January 17, 1SS3, B. F. SOU WE IE R, EDTTOB AI PKOPKIETOK. The revolution in Ecuador still continues. Thehe are 700 paper manufactor ies in the United States. Jobs LTowart Payxe, the author of Home Swec-t Home, is dead. Elrctbic light in some places is manufactured by steam power. Tun debt of the United States, was reduced 15,000,000, during De cember 18S2. Pkxssvlvash, Las 5 more Tost Offices that anj other State, in the United States. The arernge number of applica tions for pensions at Washington per month is 2.500. Dnuvfi the year 1SS2, cleren thou sand railroads hive been built, with in the United States. A kecest deci-on of the Supreme Coui t, cb ar.y raau the privtlege, to vtoTa out Lis road tax. It is heliered that Europ?, will need 200 million bushels of wbent lforc next spring. The Supremo Court, at "Washing ton, v.-ill take a recess of one month, after the 5th of February. A foot of snow fall in Richmond on the 0th. It ...

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