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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 28 March 1883

sesrama SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN M1FFIJNTOWN : . . WedB3MlaT, March 2S, 1SS. TKKXS. Hubsoriptien, 1.56 pur aanuai if paid - h1o 12 months; W.Oo if mot paid within 2 Months. Tranru.-nf advertisements inserted at 60 real j-T iurh (or each insertion. fmaaicttt basiaeae notices in local col niu. 19 ceata per liae tor each insertion. EeoUicKaas will ke asade te those desiring t advertise by the year, half or quarter CST. SHORT LOCALS. SHORT LOCILS. Ho for Dakota. Westward they go. The ruh of sales is about over. .April Poofs day conies on Sunday Midoiitt key note, ile let ma in. About ready to bloom, 'ha Hiring bon net. Quean Victoria, is report;?! as one of the A great variety of cook stoves at McCiin tio's. The 22nd snow made its advent oa Good Friday. A man takes rhuainati.-m tlironh his stomach. The name for a Chinese sewing circle, is Chin-cliin. I. G. Marks, gives attention to the insur ance buninvs. bti j nmn Vigour, is preparing to build a house on 3rd street. Lu.ieu vYi'.sen, -...

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. — 28 March 1883

Grinding op Fwreste. Year by year ttie primeval forasta of America are passing away. Already in maty places timber and lumber are be coming scarce articles. In years past there has been great if not wanton waste of braber trees. In not a few sections people are planting forest trees, for the time is not distant when they will be needed. lS'ear the town of Alta, across the Sierras, in California, they have started worts by means of which they grind up the wood of certain timber trees and manufacture paper palp. At Carson, Nev., has been started a box factory. This is a good industry and will give employment to many workmen. But there are akoother Industrie that might be started. This of the Manufacture of wood palp is one of them. All kinds of timber can be used in this industry. Not only is wood pulp made into pa per, but it is alM molded into barrels, casks, pails, bowls, and all kinds of wooden ware. In the East weaie al ready making boxes, fancy and plain, cornice, picture frames...

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. — 4 April 1883

ft B. P. SCHWEIER, THE GOISTITTJTIOI-THE UTJIOI-AJD THE E3TF0B0E1OTT OP THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. :1 VOL. XXXVII. MIFFLIN1WN. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 4. 1SS3. NO. 14. l iik in vzpmm'pj an . wAy mm0m$jmm www i 1 J SO MET I MP. SOMEWHERE. nunswered J pi? Uie prayer jour up k.rt pi, tied In agonj of bean tttut man; jean? Doe faltb begin to tail. It hope departing And turn jroo all tn Tain tuoae falllns; tears' Say not i be l ather hath not heard your prayer Vnn ih.'l a.-. . r ' - j r uesire, sometime, somewhere, lnanswcre.1 ret t month when yon ant presented Tms one petition at the Father. ttmae. It seemed you ooold not wait the time of asking so urgent was yoor heart to make It known, ' Taough years have passed since then, do nut de spair. The Lord will answer jon $ ometlme, somewhere, t nsotwered yet: nay, do not at ungranted, 1-erhaps your part is not yet wholly done. The work began when first your prayer was ut tered, Ami Uod w 111 finish what he has begun. ...

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. — 4 April 1883

SETLNEL & REPUhLWAH " MIFFLINTO WN. WcduMdar. April 4, 13 . B. F. SOU WEIER, EDITOB AXD FBOrKIfTOB. Theke is a talk of ' Lntler and Spragtie", for 1884. Post Master General Howe, died l&et week of pneumonia. Tobacco operatives at Lynchburg. Va., Lave gone cn a btrika. It is said thai this country pnyf $2,000,000 for false Lair. It is said, tiat before many years pass by. cats rill be ran by electric ity. Ex Skxatok KiXLocii. duuies the Star-Route statements in rgatd to himself. Tbeke is a 1:111 in the Legislature j that is intended t jnevent cremation of tba Luaiun body. Dcf.es returned from the country to Unioiitown last wttik. Ho was no!i!i.l lv citizens of the place, to ,iQa uu r-.r-jperjuinister. In addition to this 10, eave the town wiihm .4 hours. He P.; left. Oxe of the witnesses in tLe Star-1 . Route tiial implicates William Pitt Kellogg, iu the traasacti-rt. tiie witness says, ncnogg j received .W:000. ' I The lats Post Master General Tiaiothy O. Howe, deceased, was...

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

ax i "jIIFFLINTOWN l" wonthj; f2.00 if not paid within iv"-!u:t .dvurtiseoionts inserted at 60 t5 Ut busiaess notices in local col- 1 w rent. H Une tor each insertion. s- 10US ilJ be uudo to those desiring bv the year, half or quarter advertise SHORT LOCALS. jjan :frCoy has been sick witfc a -titrs ai'a caught now in net r j Foiker " living lu. House ,v'iiL;i. v . ua llaiiiilton sports, indulge "w-j blessed the stove pipe in T.m-vtxv will play at IlanLs- j.ia o - - il.iv ih. '" t new bonnet costs as raucn as predecessors. Ilis tout fisher haa baen to tbe "iny newspaper" tell the people yt to raw bam. mi.. ...an who never eives up his r-fllhe Llavksmith. 7b sawuier aession of Airy View Aewy bag"13 APru Tie a:?r J snow put in an appear UOe oa Friday morning. Hi.. Robinson, from Utica, N. Y. k the ldj Academy teach.r. . Jid Sterrett, of the Supreme tear', was in town last weok t',- hi: a footed boy is like tbe "backward this season." oaorge wiuu-, - 5i. lave started fcr the far west A ...

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

A V ! Itramatic Foot Note. Favorite mjcxb mjtli femiuiive stars just now are brocaded eatiu.tithfr boot, or p!ipptri9, slid made uitli hieh L,oui3 XV. heele. Hie boot coat' $25 a pair and the clippers S12. Then tbfre are haF.d painted f-lirtK imported from Paris. I do cot tijintr, said a Sew York merchant, that tliefe will stand btage use very well, and tlicy are nt likeij to be ermanputly popnlor. Just now tliey are all the rap. Tlieii we have real ilreesed sealskin low quartered shoes, wiiK-h are quite popular. It makes very little dislereuce what char acter a liuly atniae9 alie will generally prefer a Ftylisu moilern boot to one pr imps core historically correct. The Saltan's wife and tlte Utah strttler'o daughter are each Lou ad to .come ou the stage in the latest French al'ppers for the reason that these look much smaller and J rtttier. "Who is the moht notable stape cus tomer you have had lntely? asked a Star reporter. "Wtll.l snpiiose Mrs. Langtry would be considered so. She ...

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. — 11 April 1883

r iliirt if B. F. SCHWEIER, THE GOSSTmjnOI-THE UHOI-AID TEE UrOBOEMEST OP TEE LAW8. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVII. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 11. 1S83. NO. lj. 1IKKAN I.I IE. Listen, friend, ami I will tell you. Why I sometimes seem so glad, Tin", without a n -asnii changing, Soon bee-ouie so grave ami sad. Ilulf iuy life I live a liengar, llautl.-d, helpless, aii.l alone; lint llie oilier half a monarch. With my courtiers round my throne. Half my life is full of sorrow Half -f joy. Mill fr.-sh ami new : One i if these liv.-s is a fancy, Hut The oilier one is true. While I live ami feast on gladness, Stiil 1 feel ihe thought remain, This imi-t .s.u end nnircr. Hearer, follies the life of grief ami luiin. While I live a wretched Ixtisir. One Wri-ilit hoe my lot can rheer, Soi.n, s'ii, thou shalt have thy kingdom, Urihler hours are drawing near. So you se my life is two-fold Half a pleasure, half a grief ; Thus ail joy is somew hat teiuja-ml And a!i sor...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 April 1883

I liim.lVrotVN. nHarJay, 4illlt. V. sen w i: 1 K K. i J tt IjI'. !, J- s I .? I - T...-I L I i i. n .j r id It ''' --'' ! 'lV.'i r As- iati :t ..'...iij-'H rt 'U Jaly i t :;.iiii.-i- l.r the 1 t. t'. 1 f jVJ t r: I -ft ! : 1 c . tt t-.e j In- in wrh.rii t .-! ': B l.l 1 dt.a :. nation cf ( '.I k 1 i.. ti.. rt U .' S-'vU Ttt-r kl- :.T.".l l. '.: i' l-i ti.'.; i V-.;. It .-r :. iJ W:at d.ka K"t ill . T.r:: ' t L. tn-li-f tb.t tL L.uvrt v; 1 I c ;:n :i!ia:-.l.;l.l oi.tr. It i .-rii.J tl.st uu !! tb.o l..0-t f.iT.ilablo vlr .UUlU!--. iLaa 7."i j'cr T .-Tu:,:. J :x I. !i - I'l v'te .1 -Li ; - urc !i:t.' i'.i- s ' :vsa -et.s:.'a of tea ,!.: i',i' v ':.!i- u-riiie Aitay 1;.'.'J V.'i-, I- -tt 1IK IT mi.'. il;:nu, l0ti tVt , f of iLa'Vi.: r.t xem:;6-;e si-.. tiers l At :,,t iu the sau;e piv-' tliCiTUcl.t. t l.. ns;.,;-.eJ l.y tho (ien- j i-i a; Ci ,'Vvrn!u"t.t Tiir; N'-.irt liWi s:i i n .l-.tlT 111 Chiuvh of i'hil.tT. tviic.-.I Ij i-i in liisi iri'ilej a li islcr io liiivicli for t.i.-.ii. 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 April 1883

rr I i 5 0, r vi'i sEKTiSEL & REPPBUCAN MIFFLINTONVN : acaalar, April It. 1SS3. TERXS. cw:i;.tion, $UM per ancnm if paid ,iVl2 months; i2.0O if not paid within 'VrtDMont advertisements iusertoi at m lr iTlch ,or each insertion-''-Transient basiness notices in local tol- io cents per line lor each "Insertion. wii-ctioi "i'J made to Those desiring advert fc by U year, fcs!f or larler TStr- "TLe rc:uwiag i syuojsis or a sermon bPri u't Sabbath by Kv.-t.. Geo. Ben. ia.ircuit!ie--A. Fristle of Joan, 4th eUy l'-'!u Tt'rse. wnl'a rea'U : IUVS Hl.ECi'.9E III FiaSTtOVlDlS. It tj an interest inf? sermon that Mr. Bo .h .ieM-loped t'o" 'I" jjjg s; raker impress! with the sub !:m t-a:h of tie tut, and he made that vat tii? introductory to the sermon. The ,ub;.e !ra:!l ol Ihe :ex ,lclJe, ni:sT con's love roa i s. TK- t i red penman reveales to us God's . mm. The iovs of Go t for man is .... -randest subject for tnan or anjels to A second grand truth of the text IS 01 R LOVE 10 COO. Xbrro i no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 April 1883

WP! Tri i"e - a tiue lby prl fjr jau J:t: lAte Ua )ir. iS.ike." mkJ a tur.')-k:-Eirg fu-i..br cf ue puJic f irce- :o full unit jtdi. a te ' in frjol of tbs enperttViidetjl a Oak a: ti l petu-ut o( t"tiriiit- ari4 a&J Ofrociioti, w York, bolJi&g id bit arms wLat ar-Mart-d to l a Cios Lmir.u lire (pecuueo of busuuuty. Tbe little one was airr-usf. Lid froai Tie w wilLio the folds of a larxe eLawI tLat bad been wruripett about it Ux!t. "UixoTtr H4 face." said the femal Mr. If akc, ft be dropped bit pen tj take a look at ti ebbd. Tbe policeman pulled beck tbe bbl from bis cbare'i bead od re vealed bo innocent doll-like face. Tbe 10- Ikiil msti fast BEleep and oblivious of aU tows on about it. irt ell, aLe is reallv a pretty cbild,''ai J tbe fcuitriuleutknt. Bruur ber in here and I will inve ber a Dumber and name. and 70a can tben take her up to the jam. tress, wlo will see tbat sue K xa to tbe asylum. n liow do you cboose names for these waifs 7" afcked tbe reporter. Well," laid ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 April 1883

i : ! . r S t B. F. SCHWEIER, THE OOJSTITUTIOI-THE UUOI-ASD THE ESTOBOEMEHT OP TEE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVII. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. APRIL IS. 1SS3. NO. 15. he fern livt and foliage bright Inch iu forms of fantastic display w an ii iu i.irnis 01 fantastic display ...... ..... .,- uv nit'lit. Hut lade at the full dawn of dav So pntspccts ami vision of hope " ' v men nir ummgli iy wearisome ,ni ... , .... ..... , me ii rjiu lj.e tlie beautiful frost on the iwiir. I have dreamt many dav dreams so fair In fanciful seen.-, full of joy; I hav- pictured a future hi r.ire Ol' bliss without tilitfe of alloy; l'.ut 1 wake to the stern world huv m.re And I feel its l.road glare once a-nin ' .nl my t'aueiful visiou is o'er " ' Like the beautiful frost on the pane. Will nothing that's lovely ere l.o.t Save to mock us with lioies and fears? Is ali that is fair to glide past, Like the swiftly and fast flying years? Wake, wake in the world there is'li-ht Hi, ...

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. — 18 April 1883

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLLNTOWN. Wednesday, April 19, 1SS3. B. fTsTTh'w I Ell" cnrros aid raorairroa. rmi.AMi.rHiA is hunting np the jury fixer. GrvKRAi, Crook, is after the Indians in Arizona. TmuLE is a $50,000 breach of prom iae suit in the New York court Finr-one horses were sold at Lex ington Ky., last Wednesday, for $12,- 000. Astboxomem are now diligently looking lor the re appearance of the "Star of Bethlehem." A few days ago, Ex-Surgeon Gen oral Barnes, one of the Garfield doc tore, died in Washington. "Waiter Q. Greshax, is the name of the new Post Master General. He was born in Harrison county, In diana. The number of deaths of men by pneumonia, ont number the deaths of women by the 6ame disease two to one. The executive committe of the National Greenback Labor Party, Trill meet at Hirrisburg, on the 2nd lay of May. Despatches last week indicated that prairie fires raged near Bismark, Dak. Farmers ont there have been busy sowing wheat. The Democrats in the Legislatu...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 April 1883

SKSTTML & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : W4 April 18, 1SS3. TKKKS. Subscription, $1.60 per annum if rid cujLiu 1 months ; 2.00 if B0t paid wUbin it months. Traasiewt ssTertUenienU inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient bmsineas notices in local col ". 10 t"1" line lor each insertion. Deductions will b made to thoae desiring . ta advertise by the year, half or quarter ear. Huntingdon Presbytery which is composed of seven counties, Blair, Center, Clearfield. Bedford, Huntingdon, Mifflin, and Juniata, convened in llev. Geo. Benaugh's church in this place at 11 o'clock on the 10th inst, with Rev. E. P. Fores niau of Krlertown, Clearfield county, and Hey. D. K. Freeman in the pul pit. The exercises were opened by Mr. rore6Eian reading a hymn, which va? sunj,' by the congregation, after which Mr. Freeman read from the Scriptures and delivered a prayer. Iietiring moderator Rev. J. J. Coalo, of Arch Spring delivered the opening sermon from the 2nd Epistle of Paul to the C...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 April 1883

WO!fDIErrL KFTEtATTOyS OF TUfc MICROSCOPE. D1 -ear err f f- M- Pea;lT V;-TJ l Mankind The Bariliaa l Ravage. The cieuU'io world has been greatly tartled and ntritatei of late by tiie discovery with tbe micros; of the ino-it dr&ulf'il enemy of mankind in the form of myriad of little death-dealing parables. The air we breathe end live in is cliar-jed with thete deadly little growths in .roirtion as it a infeeteJ from vari-ms iiosioas sources. Having by recent eii-erinients and research been shown to be the most fruit ful cause of disease known, and the welfare and health of every individnal d-ipeudinif so largely on the freedom from their destruc tive ravarres it is bat natural that th-a re port of recent invesriintnrs in this field of scientifio inquiry should be widely read, and fchat every pbaseof these astotinding discov. ines should be subject to universal discuss ion. At first received with some soiicion they hare at lenih been thoroughly tiroven, and are now receiving the u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 April 1883

n J - . hi I ft I fill 1 .'. : 1 I B. F. SCHWEIER, - THE 00I8TITUTI0I-TEE UKOI-AID THE EHOECEMEIT OP THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVII. MIFFLINTGWN. JUNIATA COUNTY. FENNA.. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 5. 1SS3. NO. 17 ipwwm MSmma, www 1 iii i r 1 i i i ! i i BOYS WANTED. Ilnys of spirit, Iiots of will. Buys of music, brain and (lower Fit to coe with anything Those are wanted every hour. Not the weak anl whining dronea That all troulle magnify; Not the watchwonl of "I can't," Hut the nobler one, "I'll try." l.i whate'er you liave to do With a true and earnest zeal; llend your sinews to the task. Put your shoulder to the w heel. Though your duty may lie hard, Look not on it as an ill; If it lie an honest task, IK) it with an honest will. At the anvil or the farm, W heresoe ver you may le, From your future efforts, boys, Comet; a natiou's destiny. IN THE W BONO HOl'SK. It was in Boston. TTie first snow of the season had fallen the night before, and the wiud was dashing it off tbe tops o...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 April 1883

5N1 mh k REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. 'Ttednesdar, April 25, ISS3. B. F. SCHWEIER, CDITOK AHD riOrKIRAK. Ice in some of the lakes in Canada ia said to be four feet thick. The Ohio Legislature has arranged to submit the liquor question to a vote of the people. The General Assembly of the Pres byterian Church will meet at Sara toga Springs, Ma j 17. It costs CO per cent more to rail road dressed meat from Chicago than it does to railroad lire cattle. The 21st Emancipation day was celebrated in Washington by the col ored people with uncommon enthn eiaKm. Whenever a number of Democrats hold a contention, or any other pub lic meeting, they talk about Thomas Jefferson. How comes that to be so? A profound sensation was created -at Washington on Saturday when in formation was received that Presi dent Arthur was takeD seriously ill at Savannah, while on his way home from Florida. British gun boat?, it is said, are cruising off the Irish coast, to inter cept American ships, that are belieyed to ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 April 1883

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN Weanesdar, April 25, 1SS3. TERMS.. Subscription, $1.50 per annum jf paid within 12 months; $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisement inserted at 60 cents ier inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will he made to those desiring to advents oy the year, half or quarter year. Last Wednesday night, between 1 and 2 o clock, an assault was made iiiirm the front door of a house on Water fstreet, owned by John Diebl and ownpied by the family of Sam uel Wilson. Mr. Diehl lives in a house under the same roof aa the one occupied by the Wilsons, and he was aroused by the alarm that was created by the blows on the front door. The party outside that was doitiff his b!6t to force the door open wm3 repeatedly asked to ctate his business and give his name. Between the efforts on the door he would state that he belonged to Tusearora, but further than that he would no...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 April 1883

AGfclOULTLKE, It is convenient to have 2 hens hatch ing at the same time; for not only if accident happen jnay the 2 broods be unite', but on the hatching day, it occurs that, to prevent -tlie newly born chicks being crushed by the eggs that are behind time, we winh to give all that are hatched to one hen, while the other takes care of the eggs alone. Not only does this give security to the chicks who tun great hazard of being crushed by the eggs if they are kept for any prolonged space under their mother, bnt the unmatched eggs also stand a far better chance; for when a hen finds chickens under her she sits higher from the eggs, and less warmth is afforded them at the time they require most. Breeding geese are in their prime from 3 to 5 years old. The gander should be a year older. Egs from young geese do not hatch so well, the goslings are not so strong.hardy.or large as those bred from older birds. One gander to 3 is sufficient, bnt if only 2 are kept with him it is much better, ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 2 May 1883

AL At. i Editor and Proprietor. B. F. SCHWEIER, THE 005STITUTI0I-TEE TT5I0I-A5D THE EfTOBOEMEHT OP THE LAWS. NO. IS. VOL. XXXVII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA. COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. MAY 2. 1SS3. A BY. Sunrise fresh, and the daisies small, Silver the lawn w ith their scarlets fair: But the blossoms of noon shad be stately and tall, 1 Tro) ileal, lust-ions, of odors rare: Ah well! Noon shall he gorgeous beyond compare. Noon, and the sky is a blinding glare; The flowers have faint id w hile we have strayed; AVe w andered too far to tend them there. And they drooied for lack of the dew and shade; Ah well! Evening shall right the mistake we made. Evening; 'tis ehilly in meadow and glade, The last pale rose has died in the west; The happy hour is long delayed: Our wandering is but a long unrest; Ah well! We will home to the fireside. Hume is bl.-st. Nothing but ashes gray? No blest, Faint glimmer of light ou roof or w all? A weary search was this long-day quest. And on empty hands the shadow...

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

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. TTednenday, May , 1S. B. F. SOU WE IE R, IDITOK ASO VBOrBIETaK. Luthsrass will celebrate the 400th birth day of Martin Luther, Noreia ber 10. A Texas newspaper comes forward with a claim to a species of ant which maizes honey equal to any that Li pro hv bees. The honer is con- reyed from where it ia gathered to the store houses by moans cf a poach about the size of a small pea, which is attached to the body of the insect" A QustK match is reported from the west, as follows : A Chinese Lmn dryman at Lincoln, Nebraska, fell in love with the thirteen-year-old daugh ter of one of the citizens. The girl was also smitten with the charms of the Celestial wjoer, and through the payment of a good round sum of money the conaeut of the girl's fath er has beea obtained to their mar riage." A HOTtL keeper in Tort Carbon, Schuylkill county, this state died of a broken heart the other day because license to sell liquor was taken from him. A proninent citizen ...

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