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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 February 1883

rarrsmsjn i SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN TOWN : TERMS. Sulrriptioi., $1.50 per annum if paid within 12 monshs; $2.00 If not paid within 12 months. Transirrat advertisements inserted at 60 rents per inch fire-tch insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn. 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be Kade to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. Remember, that for this sco ?on only, the Job Department, of the Sentinel and Republican, will turn out bills, for sale of Personal Property, at lower rates 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 ealc, in the paper, will be inserted gratis, Parties having their bills print ed elsewhere, can have a notice of their Kile inserted in the Sentinel and Republican, for OOets and upward to suit the length of the notice lieglfiter of Sale). Philip Ksiiiruun, in Walker township will sell February 111. ...

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. — 21 February 1883

Xader Moae Kite. A writer in Troy, ikaiihas say's m' st of our older citizens will remenilwr Mose Kite (who lived in Petersburg Bottom), tbe hero of our Slate's early political bibt4ry, who was of stalwart build and , powerful physique; who in 1&58 led a colony of onreole to l'ike'a Peua"; who fought the Indians 011 the plains and was shot through the body; who on his re turn here after the rebellion was converted and Imptiz-nl by Elder Heushall, of the Christian church at Petersburg Bottom, and became a revi val preacher if celebrity all through this rectum. They will alio recall the fact that, attacked with consumption and re duced to a skeleton, he was obliged to remove to the Hookies in the hope of saving his life. None thought he would succeed. Last fall, however, the author of this article met him at the head of the Republican river, bigger and more ro bust than tver. "Why, I thought you had died of consumption long, long ago. Elder?" "Mc? 1 sever bad consumption man! thou...

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. — 28 February 1883

-A Smite getitiiel iillte grgitlgiE B. P. SCHWEIEB, THE OOBSTITOTIOJ THE UHOI AID THE EJT0S0I1CTT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVII. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 2S. 1SS3. NO. 9. ODD SATIXCS. As blunt u a beetle. As sharp a a lance. As crave as preacaing. As raj as a danoe, As late as the gloanua'. As like as tiro peas. As crook'd as a ram s liorn, As round as a cheew. As Bat as a flounder. As stick j as gum. As wide as a common. As tight as a arum. As white as a miller. As black as a crow. As lean as a greyhound. As bent as a bow. As trail as a bandbox. As stent as an oak. As queer as a Quaker, As game as a cock, As cute as a lawjer. As square as a die. As keen as a razor. As warm as a pie. As drunk as a piper. As sober as a )ulge. As clean as a sharing. As 11 1th j as smndgo. As swift as an arrow. As slow as a snail. As blithe as a l.nnet. As right as the mau SATED IX SLEEP. A clear, sweet voice was singing a senseless ditty, with many moc...

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. — 28 February 1883

SENTINEL k REPUBLICAN KIFFLINTOWN. VTetlnradax. Fcb'ry 28, IMS. Ii. F. SUIIWE I ER, IPtTOB AB rBOPIirTOI. Tee flooding a mine in Illinois, caused the Iofb of 70 lives. Ir is said tbat the aceil sown last autumn cn the farms in Europe rot ted in the ground. GtMBU. Beat, gave a dinner to a number of Lin friends at Bellefonte cn Washington's birth dir. OtKErtAL AVrAvra, formerly the chit! Gr Mit!i k stsndnrd liearer for ofScc, has j -lined the prohibitionists. A Laiik prt-udr nt left a soutLern torvn tbe cthf-r daj forever, without tskiji wit of tiie bni.k'e money with him. He died. The Drummer. The Philadelphia. News remarks that, Ilerr Mot 6nys that befora he sme lo this country be was led to bciieve th.t tiie peopie were Lunry, in rspB r.nd rc&dy for revolution. Ilerr Moat Led evidently been talk ing with an escaped gieenbucker. A ranJein reformer is iu favor of paysiL'g n law t i jiruliiiiit tLe planting and cultivation of tobacco. He hasn't got i'ike far enough on vet as a re ...

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. — 28 February 1883

s SENTINEL & KfilHIBLlOAX MIPFMNTOWN : fVedn1ay, relVry !TS, 13. TERMS. f obscTiption, 91.60 per annum it paid withra 12 months; $2.00 if nut paid within 12 months. Transient adverriaement inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umu, cents per linn lor each insertion. Deductions fill bo mad? to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter Tear. SHORT L0CJ1LS. A large stock of carpet at Gray- bills. r J The bmnd. "wild geose are northward Remernber, that for this sea son only, the Job Department, of the Dentin a. and Kepublicax, Ireac-h tree are in bloom in South Carolina. The State fair will be held at Philadelphia. A colony will go from Mifflin coun ty to jjaKota. The Mackerel Brigade is in its glory. Eat fibh. The closing day of the country school draweth ni 'h. A 15 rear old bov in Union eonnrv .-nir , - ""o pounds. V1;:. ;n .. . . ii .. ,t Kin. fx. o..' r wiu soon ne on tno mgn- yflil IU. M VA , WllJj t0 lheir new...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 28 February 1883

People Who Doctor Tkemselves. "The extensive use cf patent medicines sud tbe enormous quantity of drugs sold without prescriptions indicate bow wide spread is tbe hstit of self-doctonng," raid a popular physician to our reporter. 'To those who know how carclesely and ifDor antly these drugs are used, the thought of the harm tbey do is absolutely appalling. There is no telling bow long a prescription once Riven will be used, or with what foolUh risk it will be applied in a case where it will not only not do gocd, but is certain to work barm." ''Which do you think do the most self doctoring, women or men f ' "Women, decidedly, especially moth'TS and old wemen. Tbe reckless temerity of some women in this respect is wonderful. They rush in where angels fear to tread. Hastily judging from a few symptoms that a case resembles one which the family doc tor has treated, they will hunt up an old prescription and administer the dose to some confiding husband or helpless child. I could tell you...

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. — 7 March 1883

B. P. SCHWEIER, TEE GOESTrrUTIOI THE TTHOlf AID TEE EEFOBOEKEST OF TEE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVII. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. MAKCII 7. 1SS3. NO. 10. THOUGHT. " ' ThougM is deeper than all speech, . Feeling l deeper I ban all tiiought, eol:s to wnln can never teaca -" What nnto themselves was taught. We are spirits clad In veils; Man bj man was never seen ; All oar deep communing fails To remove tlie shadow r screen; Bean to heart was never known ; Mind to mind did never meet, We are co'.amns left alone of a temple once complete. Like the stars that gem the sly. Far apart though seeming; near. In our light we scattered lie; All Is thus bat star-uglit here. What is social company But a babbling summer stream? What our wise philosophy. But the glancing ul a dxeam i , Only when the son of love " Melts the scattered sure of thought. Only when we live above What tht dim-eyed world has taught ; Only when our souls are fed By the fount which gave them bir...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 March 1883

. : II: 8ENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOVVN. Wtdandar. Marcb T, IMS. B. F. SC11 WE IE It, EDITOft A.ND raoe-aisiea. Tri 47th Congress adjourned, on SaDdtv, St LOCO. - GoYK&Koa Stephens, of Georgia, died ou Sunday a'.teroooo. Govsnxoa Pattison's pardon board, at its first meeting, held e jiue days ago, rejected all application far par don. CinzE"!3 of Chester comity com plain that the i.ew Geological Sur vey of Chester county is too icivcu rat &iAJi;Eirs, cri?i3g the Atlantic, repoi t hq;e vt turnics of ice ou the move bjaiuward. jrora ttao north pole region. Soue darn. rgo. eonvi-ts set the penitentim y on lire, at Jefferson City, Mo.', bat noie of the prisoner ts caped. home ?3DG,0j0 vroith oi pr)crty was destroyed. Ir i6 said, the United Siales Gov- enutieut ior us. tcr.v:est guns uses powder tbe grains of whicti are one inch hq-.isra. i. hat :s to g.ve compar etiveiv tlow conioueiion. J uev aie nude in wolda, liLc raraiue'a. Th nierabc iioni liedlotd county rreato-i a ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 March 1883

REPUBLICAN MIFi'LINTOM-'N : Wenrar, march , IMS. -".'j J - - . TEBKS. St"Hptko, Tfl.60 per auncm if paid wThia 12 months; $2.0U U not paid nubia I) noDibn. Transient advertsse-monts inserted t 69 ecou mt isrh fur each insertion. Trmsieet bu.;.Rt.j notice in local col-wrn-n, 10 cents p-r line lor each inaertiou. Deductions will be wad to those desiring to advertise by tbe year, ball' or q'jarler yetr. Remember, that for this sea son cnij, the Job Department, of the IfcNTINEL AND KfcPUBLICAN, will turn out bills, for sale of Personal Property, at rates than ever before. duCtion of 50 per Cent will be m.u.e, after tills date on bills 4,,'-AiiHtrrviiie, where she and her bos rrinf. r this office, and a no- had GM .,r ,h, P. 9t i. ' , , ,1 tice ot the t.rae oi sale, m ine, Darter, will be inserted jr;itlf?, Parties hitvir.g their bills pr.nt-; ed etewhtre r.. ii nave a notice , of they .vile inerted in Sl XTIN' L a no It i runucAM, COots and upward to Miit lens:th of the notice. the lLr ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 March 1883

The Boost ve. ITie northeastern part of Obio, kcown the Western Jteseire, or ConDecticut Western Keser?e, with iti great city of Cleveland oo the shore of Latse Erie, in cludes a terri.'arr containing, about S 700. 000 acres. This tract of nearly four mil lions acres is called tbe Kegerre, because, in the Dual Congressional adjustment of er-looial land-cUims between tbe states, soon after the close of tbe Revolution, this large territory of .Northeastern Ohio was "reserved" ss the rightful share of Con necticut. The claim of Connecticut w a. Ufao-d on it chartered grant like the claims of Virginia, Jlassarhtisc'tts.aotl iew Vmt. Tben-yal ConuecUcut charter, which Gov ernor Winihmp (who bad been sent over to England to negotiate) so adroitly suc ceeded in winning from Charles ll., gave C innecticut a tract of country extending from the .Narragansctt west to the Pacific Ocean and of course Ohio, being in that line, was a part of it Ot course, do such claim culd be permanently maintain...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 March 1883

fill B. F. SCHWEIER, THE OOISTITUnOJ-THE UHTOI-AUD THE EUPOEOEMEfT OP THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL: 'XXXVII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENN A.. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 14.1SS3. NO. 1!. OLD TIMES. . TUere's a beautifm long on tae slutubruos air Tnat mils larougB the valley of dreams; It comes from a ulune where the rotes were, Ani tuneful seart, and bright brjirn hair That wares in The rooming beams. Sort eye of azure, and eves of brown. And snow-white foreheads are there, , A glimmering cross and a glittering crown, A thorny bed and a couch of down. Lost hopes and leaflets of prajer. A rosy leaf and a dimpled hand, A ring and a pligtiied tow ; Three golden rings on a broken harvl, A tinj track on the snow while saud, A tear and sinless brow. There's a tincture of grief in the beautiful scoff THat sobs on the summer air. And lonelines felt in the festive throng Muks down In the soul as it trembles along From a clime where the roses are. . We heard it first at the dawn of day. And...

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. — 14 March 1883

SBNTim k REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWX. WeBcaday. Marco 14, IMS. B. F. SCHWJSIER, ssrrsa as rsoratsvea. Gatxr, bas gamed 20 pounds in weight ibis winter. Wiaa ni of esses to read of enminir storm by ths movement of planets. Ex Gv. HAETR4rr, it tallied e'f in connection with tea rreswsntial man in 1881. Pnirrs, the Philadelphia poor house plunderer will be retained trotn tan sis, to Philadelphia, for trial. Joa.f OiLLAOBia, hut sued CoL A. K. lloClure, tor libel. The ease will go to court. Til see jou later Join, ats licC'.ure. .4 t.ispatcm from across tue sea. iast Thuradav snvs: that a company cf 3 J'J Irish Virls tPPd for the state of New Hampshire. Taypisssa. proposes to par her Htatodtlit, witii 5 J per cent on the! dollar, at 3 per cent interest. 1 hat is, there is a bill ia the Legislature o that effect Thu body of Henry Seyberta rich Pfcilads'l-hian was cremated, at Wash irgton Pa., last Wednesday, and the sshrs of the consumed ' body taken to Philadelphia on Friday. B. F. Mvss, has...

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. — 14 March 1883

SENTINEL k RRPfTBLIGAN MlSCELUtJYEO US JtD PER TlSEMEJrrs. 1 MIFFLIN I'UWN: Wi!rtT, March 14, tut. wri!cr, $:.3 ytt uus If Skid ,:Vn 12 ur.B'.ta; 12.00 If mot p&a withia II month. Transient adrertiaementa inaerted at (0 u I' wk lr each inxerfion. Iraneirut buinea notice in local col bbi, 10 crntn t ljur lor each inwnion. Dcductioae will he mad- to thne deetring ! advertite by the yi-ar, ball or ajuart-r year. ITem.'raber. that for this ea son only, ihe Jub Lepuiticent, Of ihe fcfc.NTISKL AND l.t:PUI.LICAIi, will turn cut bills, for sale of Per.-onul Property, at lower rates than ev r I efore. A re daction of 50 per cent will be m.-ule, afti r thi date on bills j raited at tlii office, and a no tice of the t me of Kile, in the paper, wiil le inserted &r.iti Parties having their bills limit ed el.-ewlure. can have a notice of their -a!e inserted in the k.vtisi.l a si Ki.rcBUCAX, for 5U.;t- and upward to &uit the length of the notice. Register cl Sales- B. f. )li-r atll at ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 March 1883

A Small Libation. A tipsy ftUow in a ireka, C'u'ionia, ealoon walked up to a big burly rmnur one bight, and, without t-ajir a word, pulled iLe micer i toe. Tiie miner reei;teJ tbe insult tj curlir.e the little fellow up under a billiard tabic by a blow from his sledge hammer fat. lie came from under the table with a broad grin on bis face and hi aquiline note slightly out of plumb, re marking; ''Thai was the first lime I ever viewed a billiard table fiom that position. In about five minutes be walked up to the miner and pulled Lid nose a second time. The miner's arm shot out like luhtnimr. and the nose puller was wafted over a Card til le against a red ht stove. W hen be regained Lis feet he winked with Uie eye that watu t nurt, and said: "That was regular buDKtartcr." The third time he puiled the miner's nose, they had to throw water in his face to bring hiin to bis senses, it be bad any. bhortly after the little fellow's depart' are. Colonel Stone came into the saloon. looking as ...

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. — 21 March 1883

r .... , B. F. SCKWEIER, THE 0053TITUTI0I-THE TTSTOlf AiTD THE ETfTOEGEtfEIT OP THE LAT3. Kditor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVII. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 21. 1SS3. NO. 12. . MITLE PDILOWrBEB. The days are ttiort and me nigtiu are long. And the lnl Is nipping cold ; The taaki are hard and the snnii are wrong. And the teachrrs often acold. lint Johnny MctYee, On, what cares be. As he whistles along the war - It will all come right B? to-morrow nigat," Sjjs Johnnj McCrre lo-dar. Tie lOunis are tew and the oake is plaia. The shoes are out at the te ; For money 70a look la the parse In rain It whs a'l spent long ago. Hot Johnny MeCree, th, what carrs he. As he whis les along the street? w ould you navo the blues For a pa;r of shoes v hue you have a pair of feet ? The slow is deep, there are paths to break, Lut the ltttttarm is strong. And work is p'.ay if you'll only take Your work with a hit of song. And Johnny McCree, h, what cares he. As he whu-t es along the...

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. — 21 March 1883

SEYTINEL & REPUBLICAN KIFFLINTOWN. Wednesday, March 91, IS3. - - .. - B. F. S C II W LIEU, EBrroa and rHorairroa. The Government has sent an olS cer to examine into the Pennsylvan ia border claims. Thb French engineer, IL de Les eeps has a project on foot to convert the desert of Sahara into en inland Eea. - Tub German Government desirrs to buy 10,000,000 acres of land in Mexico, on which to settle a colony of Germans. What is a stto, or organized so eiety worth ? whin it fiiJs to protect a family, and give redress, when an outrage has been perpetrated, such 83 that perpetrated by Dakea upon the Nutt family, in Fayette county. A travele- writes : In aomo parts of Spain whera bntter is a rnre arti cle of merchandise, it is sold not by the ponnd bat by ths yard. It is ' brought fro:n the mountain district j in sheer's intestines, like nssw i that are "tied off' w:h strings in lengths as rcq'rirod by the bnyer. Governor B'itler his created a fsc- satioa m iiaFicUiHetts, by veto:cg ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 March 1883

?i5TI3L & REPUBLICAN MTFFLIN TOWN : VTf icsfy, 9f arch 31. IMS. TERMS, cobwription, $I.5e per annum if paid f-This ntou'Asi W-W if net paid, within 1 -fc iMMfktks. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cents pet f ' insertion. jaasitut bBMaesa toticei lu local col umn, W craw line lf caoh insertion. IhsWtious will be made to those desiring t. advert: y the year, half or quarter SHORT LOCALS. le" pi are bojicniag to ill. TJri Bi'lforl lias been quite sick. TLo tlnckbirJ came last Friday. Jerome Ailmin i borne from Now ilaiir o3? of pneumonia aro La'i'.ea l-J co l'9 a f'ce the il-trcii v.-ii:i. ' The dog poisoner i at work hi l.s Siuriff TiTu, is engaged ia the h'.rJ'or trrt-Jo. l;.vt!Ji:: are preparing for business t ' " ,3 i auul. it Misier Ho3gen and wife. Lave a iie.v neir. ilonpy mutters in New York, are j rer-ortad i s iiht I Gcorg Htfikss of Hi; fords fsn., ! Y.ih tha advent of Spring coaieili the ogn gi-indsr. A1? yet. f 'w Ejari hare been cs'.'it in the river. Ltwieiowa...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 March 1883

fttwewrOray. Dr. SpaJdiDg aks wbo is Here who does not fctl uncouifuruble enough on waking ear'y ou a aurnrrer morning in tbe country There the bud strikes directly into white washed or wbite-plasterei room, the windows of which are provided merely with common wbite cotton shade 7 Who tascot then frit relief to the eyes ij turn ing them towards some tinted object, CTen were it to a gorgeous cbrouo on tbe whie-wafb-d wal), or a woven rug upon the floor? Tbe first caro, therefore, regard ing the eyes ttould be it nut allowing too much light to enter the s'.eeping rooms be fore the usual hour for rising. Although r. is true that many people habitually nse as toon as they awake and pass perhaps into a room, yet it is equally true that all it7j.iing curtains and glaring walls in bed rooms are highly to be deprecated. Especi ally is this the case. Biuce most people spend more or less time over their toilets la rooms thus brilliantly lighted. Even tbose whose eyes are at on; and vrbo are h...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 28 March 1883

ii v iffr. tot tiff WW THE COISTITUTIOI-THE UHOS-AID TEE EHT0B0EEET 01 THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. B. F. SCHWEIER, NO. 13. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. FENNA.. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 2S. 1SS3. VOL. XXXVII. mm Jnfc w Will . m. aw m. II I L AUvVT VvV(VVV VJ NJ V7 NJ V IX SANU11ART. I u.hU.lllMllad. I HllIUUUUi" " 1 I I W sue pal wilS rage the wild turf springs. At Swart the baruor bar. The sale alups fo'.d their snowy wings rit-neath the evening star. In this calm haven rotted to sleep All night the; swing and swaj. Till maatles o'er the morning deep The golden blush of day. Here, safe from all the storms of fate, From worldly rage and acorn. Thus let me fold my hand and wait Theoomlngof the morn; When all night o'er moonlit turf. The wind brings in from far The moaning of the baffled surf Athwart the harbor bar. KIS.MC THE TOLL. I could have something new to wear. At sight of Ned and the team, however, all my troubles varus iieil into air, and I ran down-stairs laughing. "i do wisa yo...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 28 March 1883

QraybilV Ccluxsm SEyTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWX. TFednesday. March 9, IS 3. B. F. SUIIWEIER, inrroa asb ropirrcR. Mocxt Etna, is in blast. Bissuas, is no Jew, but be will have none of the American bog. Kansas has more than two million sheep within Lcr bordor. Sitttxg Bj.il, has consented to be come a reservation Indian. Thi winter i3 about orr, and the Indiana are about ready for fight. Tins Irish are disturbing th Brit ish by their djnamite fitatt man ship. Canada is expecting a large num ber of emigrants from England the coming snmratT. The Irish L-uid Leaguers will hold a conTention in Philadelphia, begin ning April 2S, 1831 A HrsnxGDOs man, has been pnt in jail, in default of bail, for ning cancelled postage stamps. Thb so called Indpendorts of Rhode Island, Lave rimjinatcd ex JoTernor Spragnn, for Governor. Lvst Wednesday, Kate A. Judd, living at Newport It I , as eenter.e d to 25 years inirrifw.ment for ar isen. The Government has abont oce hundred oases to try at Charl...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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