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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 February 1875

m a f it' tfl 11 i k n w m ii B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CeSSTITCTION IHB C5I0N AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THB LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. YOL. XXIX. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., FEBRUARY 3, 1S75. NO. 5. POETET. LOVE 1D REST. BT If ART B. DODGE. Love is sweeter than rest. "II ex ry Timeod. "Rent will noon be Granted, dear. Think of all the Libia When you reach that brighter sphere. Lifted free of this ! llocue aud rest, and palms, and peace ! Verily, euch gain. O'er the looses of release, ISalanoee the pain !' "Yea; bat human lore to me Is so near divine. That my heart clings yearningly Even to life like mine. Love is sweeter far than rent That aloue I know And the soul that love mc beat Will not let me go." "Home, and rest, and heaven, dear Love in in them all ! Teuderest love in giveu, dear. In the Saviour's call; He would lift your face to hia. Fold you to hia breast. Teach you wiiat a crowning 'tm When he off era rest !" "Rest is Bwoet how well I know Itewt that follows care When ...

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. — 3 February 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN. Wednesday. rli?y 3. W. B. F. SUHWEIEU, e;fo An raoeairroa. KX I'HtSIDENT JounmiS has been elected a Uuilcd States Seuator from Tennesee. A MM. "is before the Legislature fT j fr-t the repeal of the L..:al Option law,! ' , : and the rrobabidty is, it wi.l pass. j l-cTirinmiv-i are Hilt!lnv trt the, o i rpiuion that the mounds in theJIwivi 1 .. .... . r ! rif.i alley were built by people from 'j j " Ox Friday morning, at 10 o'clock ' the Lower House of Coi.grcss adjourn- j ed after a dead 1 ck on the Civil Rights ' bill, of forty fix hours. 'Tilt Minis Farmers' Associa-i , , - - lion has passed resolutions approving of ' . 1 the 'plain, neat and uno-tentations at- , tire' of Governor Ljveridje and wife , at a recept How silly for Democrats to ta!K of Republican opfrefsion in the South in j the face of the fact that in the next : I'oiigrcr-s there n ill be eighty-five ex- rebel. as members. j . ." ,. " fT", - ,i J lr is alleged by observing men th...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 February 1875

t i SfcrriXEL & REPUBLICAN M1FFLIX10WN : H ' Wednesday. Feb'j 3. 1ST5. TERMS. Subscription. $1.50 per annum. Tr:iieul advertisements inserted at 50 cents t inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col nmn, 1" cents per line lor each Insertion. D.-ductions will be made to lb e desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. FENK'A. E. RTIME TABLE. passenger trains leave Mifflin Station as follows: FiSTWARO. Philadelphia Express, 12 43 a m. Hamnui g Accomuio., U 4H a tu. Pacific Express, 10 20 a in. Mali, 6 35 p in. At.ai.tic Express, 9 1 p m. ot'iit. Pittsburg Express 12 5S a in. Cincinnati Express, 2 a ni. Pacific, 5 59 a in. Hay Passenger, 10 10 a Hi. V til, 3 C3 p in. Fast Line, 45 p m. Mixed, b 15 p in. M.ftiin, Nov. 15, 1874. , LOCAL I.XTELL1GE.CE. SIcLjh.ug cannot improved. Cunt ibis week and "lots" of people. Snyder keeps a full line o! Mattresses. Miir..y , Sii!liiii comity, Las had a culieo The new railroad tric-rc at Lewintown is ncarlv lihi...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 February 1875

AGBICCLTTBAL. Charcoal as a Mastbk. There is no fertilizer so easily produced by American farmers as charcoaL la wooded countries, large quantities of logs and stamps are obstructing the implements of agriculture, and a ready way of disposing of them is by coo verting them into charcoaL In prairie countries where wood is scarce, peat, tnrf or clay may be charred and turned into a manure still more valuable than pnre charcoaL A pile of logs fourteen feet long, three feet high and three feet wide, when perfectly burnt, yield only three bushels of ashes and these not equal to charcoal, bulk for bulk. A pile of similar size yields from twenty eight to thirty bushels of charcoaL The stimulating power of carbon upon seeds is noticed by Liebig in his chemical explanation of the effects of charcoal as a fertilizer, lie states that the carbon of the charcoal forms the base of carbonic acid, which acts bene ficially on plants, by a gradual combi nation with oxygen, but he admits that the bene...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 February 1875

1 1 I iJCii B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THE UNION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. YQL. XXIX. MIFFLINTOWX. JUNIATA COUNTY, PEXNA., FEBRUARY 10, 1S75. . NO. 6. FOETBT. IT 1 NO. I re seen many a girl Who would marry a churl. Provided he'd plenty of gold, And would live to repent, Whea the mo tier waa apcut When she found that her heart had been" goM, It ia so ! it is ao! Vou may smile if you like, Hut it's DO. I've known many a huts Who would thoughtlessly pass Whole hours parading the street; While the mother would scrub All the while at the tub. Never minding the cold nor the heat. It is so ! it ia ho ! Yon may aniil if yon like. Hut it's so. There is many a man Who will "dress" if he can. No matter how empty his purse; And his tailor may look. When he settles his book. For his patron has bolted or worse. It is no ! it is so ! You may smile if you like Iiut it's so. I know people so nice They will faint in a trice If yon mention hard labor to them; Yet th...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 February 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MtFFLINTOWN. Wnaen4iMf. reh'y 10, 1ST. B. F. SClI WE IE It, sditob Aico rsorsirtoa. Tfil Dejaoerstio party have a small majr it j in the Lower House of the Legislators of tbia State. Their as eeodeucy there baa revived their old domineering apiiit to aueh a degree that they already ahow the inclination la crush oat everything that is opposed to the ui. The j Lave passed resolutions condemning Grant, Sheridan and other), and particularly the Republican parry in general. If they get control of the nation, they will pay the rebel debt; tbey will pension the rebel soldiers; they will wipe out the new amend ments to the United States Constitu tion, and what tbey Will do with the colored people the good Lord only knows. Tub number of confederates elected to '.be next Democratic Congress seems to trouble souie of the northern Demo cratic organs, as well it may. But here ie a fact that as yet baa not received sufficient attention. The Utic(N. Y.) Observer, in endea...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 February 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN ! OMTN : Wednesday. FcVy lo. Mis TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 ...nta vtfr inch for 9rh inkHmn Transient business notice in local col umn, iu cents per line lor eacn insertion. -11-H nr ti nti Bill Kj. ntA') In rt, d .1 ... ; J to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. PENK'A. E. RjJIME TABLE. Passenger Irains leave Mifflin Station a ollows: eastward. Philadelphia Express, 12 45 a m. Hamsbitrg Aceotaino., II 4K tin. Pacific Ex pre s, 10 26 a ru. Mail, 6 ti p dj Atlantic Express, 9 i p m. wfstward. Pittsburg Express, 12 68 a ra: Cincinnati Kxpress, 2 U5 a m. Pacific, 6 68 a tn. Wit Passenger, 10 10 a ru. Mail, 3 23 pa. Fast Line, 6 4. p m. Mixed, 8 IS p m. Mifflin, Not. 15, 1874- LOCAL IXTtlLlGESCE. Rev. Ma. SherrarD, last Sabbath morning preached frox the 19th vet-as of the vii chap, of the Bjok of Joshua. The verse reads : And Joslma said nnto Achan. Mr son, give, I prsr the, glory to the Lord C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 February 1875

POETKT. BT JOHS HAT. On Tabor's height a glory came, and, shrined in clouds of lambent flame, The awe-struck, hashed disciples saw Christ and the prophets of the law; Hoses, whose grand and awful face Of Sinai's thunder bore the trace. And wise Eliaa, in his eyes The shade of Israel's prophecies. Stood in that Test mysterious light Than Syrian moons mors purely bright. One on each hand and high between Shone forth the Ood-Uke N'azarene. They bowed their heads in holy fright. No mortal eyes could bear the sight. And when they looked again, behold! The fiery clouds had backward rolled. And borne aloft, in grandeur lonely. Nothing was left "Bare Jesus only," Resplendent type of thiogs to be! We read its mystery to-day With clearer eyes than even they. The fisher saints of Galilee. We see the Ckrwt stand out between The ancient law and faith serene. Spirit and letter but above Spirit and letter both was Lore: Led by the band of Jacob's God Through waste of old a path was trod By which t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 February 1875

SmI iheS iiiiii B. F. SCHWEIER, THS CGSSTITCTIOa THK CSION ASD THE ESFORCEIIEST OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor-. YOL. XXIX. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., FEBRUARY 17, 1S75. NO. 7. THE TWO TRAVELERS. BT WILIJAJI BEIiVT, I'm evening, and before my ere There lay a landscape gray and dim; Fi-i J faintly seen and tmiliybt ekiea And clouds tht bid the horizon's brim. I nw-or was it that I dreamed ? A waking dream ? I cannot nay; For every hbape as real seemed Ati those that meet my eye to-day. Through leafless eh rut the cold wind hissed; The air wan thick with falling snow; And onward, through the frozen mist. I saw a weary traveler go. Driven e'er that landscape bare and bleak, Jitfore the whirling gusts of air. The snow-flakes smote his withered cheek. And gathered on his silver hair. Tet on he fared through blinding snows. And muminring to himself he said : "The ui'ht is near, the darkness grows. And higher rise the drifts I tread. "Ieep deep each autumn flower they hide; F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 February 1875

A I t ii. r E ; I' f SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN folFfLlNTOWN. Wednesday. I eby IT, 175. B: F. SUII WE I Ell, IblTOB !! rBOPBIETOB. When Horace iJreelejr Erst niaui f.s'eJ i disposition to carry Lis reca- " liar notions, that were better suited for luillenial period than the present transition state of society, into politico, no people cocked their cars straighter ttian (he Democrats. Tbey listened, tij hn the astonishment that bis changed tune awakened bad subsided, Ihej eomuieuced to praise him. Thrir praises completely turned the head of the ood old uiau, aud he became their v crest tool. There is a case now iu New York that comes near being a parallel. It is that of the case of the editor of the New York Pod. Wiiliani Cullen Brj an took issue with the 1'iesident on he Louisiana trooble. At once the Democracy were ali attention. After that they sat.g scng-s of praise of Bry-j ant, quoted his I Cilry, and feasted and toasted the od eld man unril tbey bare well nigh tcrced his head. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 February 1875

crvTivrr .v. Drnnm mn-i CU.MLIMJU IV litii UDLIUA1 MIFFLIN TOWN : ' tTedneadar. titfrf it. 17.v TEK.U3. Subscription, $1.50 per annam. Transient advertisement inserted at 50 cent! per inch for each insertion. Transient business notice in l.s-al col umn, 10 centa per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be made to lb m- desiring to advertise by the year, halfkr quarter vear. PENK'A. K. EJTME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Station a allows: unirtis. Philadelphia Kxjtcss, flarrt-dmrg Accommo., Pacific Express, Mail. A'lmtic Etprens. 1 lb.i:g KaprcS, cst. tli less, Paeific, Wav Passenger, Mill. Fast Line, Mixed, Mifflin. Nov. 1.., 1S74. 12 43 a m. 3 4 a in. 10 'JO a n 6 35 p m. 9 1& p m. 12 -0? a i. . j'.a, 5 68 a in. H 10 a in. 3 33 p m. 6 4"i p ni. 8 15 p m. LOCAL 1ST EL Lt(J E A CE . Easter on the Utli of March. Are jou a scaudal-uinoger t How uiucii good do yf,a tell of your neighbor I Forty days without meat for those of at '' ri 'ij-.ieni filth. lie s.de oi Daniel K...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 February 1875

ATCKDAT ETESIXa. I CL' The week la past, the Sabbath town cornea on Beat rest in peace thy toil done: -And, aUndinE ae tbou etandeat, on the brink Of a new aeene of being, calmly think Of what la gone, is no ! and eoon shall be As one that trembles in eternity. For such as this now closing week is past. Bo much advancing time will clove my last, Bach as to-morrow ah ill the. awful light Of the eternal morn hail my eight. Spirit of good ! on this week's Terge I stand, Tracing the guiding influence of thy hand; That hand which leads me gently, calmly still, Cp life's dark, stony, tiresome, thorny hill. Thou, thou, in every storm hast eheltered me, Beneath the wing of thy benignity; A thousand graves my footsteps circuit vent, And I exist thy mercy's monument; A thousand writhe upon the bed of pain, I live, and pleasure flows through every vein; Want o'er a thousand wretches waves her wand I circled by ten thousand mercies stand. How can I praise thse. Father? bow express My debt of re...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 February 1875

i SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THI CHIOS AND THB ESFORCEMEXT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOT TYTY " ' ' ' as " MLFFLINTQWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., FEBRUARY 21, 1S75. NO. 8. THE AXStl or TUB TWILIGHT BT WILL WtLUCI HAK2TEY. When the long evenings slanting grow Id crystal rafters over the beach, Tbe roofs of heaven are almost in reach As I think of my Borrow of long ago. Ouoe more an old grief comes and wrestle. As Jacob wrestled at Jahbok's ford A dumb resistance, with never a word, Kiit tbe bhadow burdening down the trestles; And a long foreboding that seemed to grieve, Like the soldier who over his pallet hears Tbe whieper of patient, suffering yean, IVfore he is used to the empty sleeve; A I kifsed and cried over a cold, still face, Iii her bridal robes, on her bridal bed. And ever repeated, 8be is not dead; She will come out of her nestling place. With flahh of laughter and wreathing arms. The maiden's blush on the cheeks of the wife; She will come back to me, life in life...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 February 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLIGAli ; JilKFLl.VrOWX. Wednesday. Ieb' at, B. 1 SCH WE I Ell, tr.iToa Xt riopiiiETo. Last week the Democrat and RegUUr deuied that Democratic members in the Lgislaf cre"and Democrats outside of hat body denounced Grant, Sheridan, iid the Republican f arty generally, for irs Southern tolicy. Sucb a deuiaj is . w-nit hast, returning afterwa-ds to la- 1, nearly nude, and her limbs were the embodiment of stupidity in the face I dependence, Mr.., where bo amassed I bJ1 frost;b;ttsn k r . fi - .1 1 . ' large f.irtntie. In the meantime his- . .... ,..,.. of facts. There 1. not a Legislature in ; N go Temd ,Q he f.(.r j At Chicago on the 1 3th, John Kuet- he country in which the Democratic wiere g,e paVe birth to a son, the fruits , ing ud Jacob Merrer, laborers, were party Lave a lurj -rity but what Las : of her short-lived marriage. Gillis mothered to death by a rjuiiitrty of pawed denunciatory resolutions of some 'ed few month siuje, in Ki''" : Coal lallin" on fLem. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 February 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN M1FFUXI0NVX: -Wednesday, Teb'j at. IST.1. TERMS. . Subscription, $1.50 pur annum. Tran.ieni advertisements inserted at 60 cents pr inch fur each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. notions mill be made to tta ae destrin ti advertise by the rear, hail' or quarter year. PT:TT'A.R. -R. TTMPTAT5T-P passenger train leave S.".fl1In Station as ollon s: E AST WA K U. 1 hiladcli h:a E.xiirees, J2 -J? a m. li.irrisburg Accoiuino., 9 4. a m. pacific Express, 10 24 a mi Mail, 6 3j p iiu Atlantic Express, 9 15 p tn. Pittsburg Kxpress 12 58 a m. Cincinnati Express, 40 a nt Pacific, 5 58 a m. Way Passenger, 0 10 a In. Mail, 3 CC p nl. K.t Line, 6 45 p in; Mixed, 8 13 p m. Milflin, nv. '.3, 1874. I.OC.1L IXTEI.l.lGESCE. I!u!;ti:;don roted down the question of .iter works. Co to To Id's to sell your fculroad lief., pr.s ra,h lor them. Ksos Berc.t Lipped a car load of fine bor.vs esat yesterday. j d l. A. K. McClure i...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 February 1875

COXTKAST. There is happy sailing for others Adown life' calm, street seas. Whose boats are gavly dancing Before (he fragrant breeze; There are adverse winds and a billowy sea, And storms, and clouds, and gloom for me. Borne walk long paths all fair and sweet. Abloom with countless flowers. And scarce can tell which first to pluck In all lore's radiant bowers; I walk along a thorny road. Bearing a cross a beary load. Some bare their homes all bright with lore And Biases and fond good-byes, That only makes short absence sweet, And tearless, sparkling eyes; There's a dear one's graTa on the hill for me. And rest, sweet rest, beyond the sea. I, too, had countless treasures once, More than my heart could hold; Lore scattered its pearls down at my feet. And crowned me with its gold. My pearls were gathered by the demon. Death, My gold was taruuhed by bis breath. God. steer my boet adown the sea. Through all the murk and gloom; Help me to walk along the road Where not one flower doth bloom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 March 1875

K S'. ! I! ! iCll SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THB TOION A5D THS ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and ri upi .atoafi TOL. XXIX. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., MARCH 3, 1S75. NO. 9. B. F. rorrsT. Till: ENIVRAST LASSIE. 11T JOBS STEWART BUkCKIE. Tlic following lines contain the simple, nn auorucd Ktateiuont of a fait in tlie experience of a frwnd. who ih fontl of wandering in the Highland gleiiK). A I cSruc wandering down Olen Spenri, Where tlie braes are green and grans. With my Unlit Htep I overtook A weary-footed Ihhsio. She had one bundle on her bark. Another in her hand. And she walked ax one who wan full loath To travel from the land. tuoth I. "My lionnic laa T' for she Had hair of flowing gnlil. And dark brown eves and dainty lirulM, i:ight pleanant to behold My loimic la. what aileth thee. On this bright Hummer day. To travel sad and nhnelfm thus I .m the tibmy way ? I'm frerdi and ntrong, and wtontly hIioiL And thou art burdeneil ho; March lightly now, and let nie liear Tl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 March 1875

SEXTIXEL & REPUBLIC Ku MIFFLIXTOWN. Vednedaj-, 31 arch ft, 1T8. . B. F. SC II WE I Ell, tnrrca as raoeatCToa. Presivext Giant has approved tb Civil Rights bill. a . The Kellogg government in Louisi ana baa been sustained by Congress. Alfred Tesstson threaten to de lineate 15f-n Uuttler if Le doea not quit quoting biui loosely. The Lower House or the Legislator by resolution hve authorized a committee to investigate into tlie affairs of State Treasu rers VcGratb, KeutWe, Irwin and Jlackry. ASS EUZA YotXO has been divcrced from Urighaiu Young. Mr. Young ia to pay her 3,000 attorney's fees, and JJD.ai'U alimony, if a doi-c ol ting- Indiana Oliver P Morton, R ; J E j 150 yards wide, bnt was terrific iu most heartily thank all for the kind ham's wives would, each, strike his i McDonald, D power, and did its work in Houstooia in J ness shown to me, may God have mercy purse to that amount, would it affect Iowa George W Wright, R ; Wm ! 30 seconds. A freight train was burled j on bit so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 March 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWJf : -Wednesday. March 3. lsiS. TKKMS. Subscription, SI .50 per annum. Transient advertisement inserted at 60 cent per inch lor each insertion. Transient business notice in local enl ' timn, 10 cents per line lor each insertion. Deductions w ill be maltf to th se desiring to advertise by tins Tear, half Or Quarter year. PENK'A. E. E. TIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin follows: ASVWABD. Philadelphia Express, J2 Mamshurg Accoinnio.i a Pacific Express, 10 Mail, 6 Atlantic Kxprets, 9 wsTin. Pittsburg Kxprets, 12 Cincinnati Lxprcsa, I Pacific, S Wav I'aMenger, 10 Mall". 3 Fast Line, Mixed. ft Mifflin, Nov. IS, 1874. 6M Station i 4.-: a ra. 48 a in. 2fi a nu 35 p ra. 15 p m. 58 a m. 40 a m 58 a m. 10 a in. 33 p m. 45 p ni. IS p m. LOC.it iS'tELLlGE A CE. Fishermen are preparing for surker fish ing. Chce-ful The bow rooms of the Juniata Vailey Bank. Tbe impending thaw is the subject f gen eral converation. More than one hundred horses are adver t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 March 1875

LET If TRY TO BE I1APPT. It oa try to be harry ! We may. if we will. Find some pleasures in life to overbalance the ill; There never tu an evil, if well understood, lint what, rightly nuuiaged, would tnrn to a good. If we were bu'. as ready to look to the light As we are to ait moping because it is uiht. We should own it a truth, both in word and in deed. That who tries to be harry ia "ore to succeed. Let ns try to be happy ! (Some shades of re gret Are sure to hang round, which we cannot for get; There are times when the lightest of spirits must bow. And the sunniest face wear a cloud on iU brow We most ne ver bid feelings, the purest and best. Lie blunted and cold in our bosom at rest; Hut the deeicr our own griefs the greater our need To try to be happy, text other hearts bleed. Let ns try to be happy ! It is not for Ions We shall cheer on each other with couiwcl or song; If we make the best of our time that we may. There is ranch we can do to enliven the way; Let us only in earn...

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