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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 March 1875

B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THB TJHION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. . . ' Editor and Proprietor. i , i.i YQL. XXIX. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., MARCH 10, 1S75. NO. 10. X rOETBT. BITTKatSEfcS. Is it true I have built insecurely ? Do do foundations remain ? Were th structures I planned no sorely Fonnded mod built in vain ? Have tli wave, no madly careering. No pity for wrecks laid bare ? Ah ! why are they ever appearing. To uiock me in my destoor ? Just aa if my hnpcs wore their vassals. They have felled them in their strife ; And the last wan the lordliest of castles, Ilejikt witl( the drcanm of mj life. I watched, from my rampart and towers. The strains sweep over the main ; And. scorned, in my daintiest of bowers, . The fury of wind and rain. I Haw the stars pale in tlieir splendor. And die out in darkness alove ; While mtirtic, entrancing and tender. (V as soulless beside my lore. I!nt my caetlcs wore crushed on the morrow- My hopes that were life to me ; I was m...

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. — 10 March 1875

SENTINEL k REPUBLICAN MiFFLINTOU'X. Vredntldaj. March 10. ISIS. D. F. SCHWEIEK, tniroa aso raoratrroe. BF.riBLICA STATE tOXVESTIOS. I all f tie Stat teamlttfe. . The Republicans of the State of Peon- ; yrnia are beieby requested to assemble t-y their delegates in State Convention at iMion on Wednesday, the 2Clb day of Mar, Ir-75, inlhe Fultua Opera House, at the'eitr of Lancaster, for the purpose of nonima-; ting candidates for Governor and State Treasurer. Ka h HepresTntative and Sen-1 aturial District will be cntitl.-d to the aanie j rep.enta.io.. a, it ba, under the preut apportionment for Senators and Kepreaen- i Utivea in tbe Legislature. ' KUSaKLL ERRETT. . W turns Nobkis, Secrwtarv. Ill airman. Famine still prevails in Asia Minor. Tuts Democratic State Convection will be held at Eric on September 8th. j fcy and .p,li;,b,e alike eit,IeDg Tut Legislature of Arkansas has j of every race and color, rejrardleas of adjourned to next Norember, and peace j U previous condition of ser...

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. — 10 March 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN . MIFFLINTOVN: redaeSdV. Mart A 1, IBI. TERMS. Subscription, $1U0 per annnm. Trausieni advertisements inserted at SO cent prr inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to th .se desiring to advertise by the fear, half or quarter vcar. PENN'A. K. ETIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Station as follows: KAsrwsan. rbiladelphia Express, 12 a ra. Mamsburg Accommo., 9 4m a m. i'aritic Express, 10 26 a m. Mail, G 85 p m. Atlantic Exprees, 9 ls p to. WKTWAIIO. Pittsburg Kxprcss, 12 58 a tn. Cincinnati Express, 1 40 a m Pacific, 6 o a ni. Way Passenger, 10 IT) a nu Mail, 3 33 rk Vast Line, 6 4" p m. Mixed, 8 15 p in. Mifflin, Nor. 13, 1874. LOCAL 1STELLIGE&CE. Jack Campbell i sick in ja.iL l'itttbu.f has a colored policeman. Altoona has a colored Notary Public. Vail paper fur sale at MutbersbiughV The late snow fail was 12 iur.has iu depth. A Democratic Je is Burgess...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 March 1875

POSTS T. If I oould find a MM witlaoat a thorn, A f ragrant blossom with do bitter taste, A dj of sunshine with no spot of cloud, A world without a dreary desert waste, Or one bright hope unshadowed and arena. One perfect trnat with every fear east oat, My heart ooold rent cpoa tne promise sweet. Laying aside the arer-praaant doubt. The shadow dim that falla opon the ring When wedded palnta are daaped in fond embrace; The apeetre at the banquet, and the guest That silently usurps the highest place ; The preeence all unseen, yet ever near ; The minor note to every joyous strain ; The echoing thrill that answers raptare aweet With something Tery near akin to pain. It dime the lustre of the conqueror's sword. And falla npon the radiance of the croaa ; Mo alchemy can purify the gold Beyond the dinging of its ashen dross ; It falleth like a mildew on the page Where weary fingers toil for empty fame. And on the shining escutcheon ef the great. Beside the greatest there, it writes ita name...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 March 1875

B. F. SCHWEIER, THI COS8TITCTI0S TH TOKMi AKD THK ESFORCEMINT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprt-s-a-o TOL. XXIX. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., MARCH 17, 1S75. NO. 11. POETBT. A MOKli NOSH. 1 wake th.8 mom, and all my life lr freehly mine to live; Tlie f cture with sweet promise rife. And crowns of joy to give). .New words to speak, new UionghW to bear. Sew love to give and take; r.-rvbauoe new burdens I mar bear, i'ur lore's own sweetest sake. New hopes to open in the nan. New efforts worth the will, r tanks with yesterday begun More bravely to fulfil. i'rcxh needs for all the time to be. Are in my hand to sow, hereby, for others and for me, l'ndreamed-of fruit may grow. In earn white daisy 'mid the grass That turns my foot aside. In eaih uncurling fern I jtasa, Nmie sweetest joy may hide. And if, when eventide shall fall In shades across my way. It seems that nought my thoughts recall IJut life of every day : Vrt if each step in shine or shower lie where Thy footstep trod. Then...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 March 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN .... tff?frLI$TOWX. trednestfay. March II, iti. U. J. SClIWEIEU, FHTitl an rturairroa. UtriBLirAS STATE COXVEXTIOX. Tall ortbc Mai lemmittee. Tbe Republicans of the State or Penn- Sylrauia are hetuby requested tu assemble'. ,. . . . by their iMfgates- la Mate Conventi-m at fl'Ku on Wedneadav, tbe 2fith day of Mar, 17.'.. in the Fulton Own I louse, at tbecitr . , . ii um-iMtr, Mir mc pnrrwe " nfumiia- I,., -.,hMji.. r.M- n.irmnr ..! ufaio ling eaniiaai- nr men.or ami Mte Treasurer. E-h Reiirosent.-tfive and Sen - atoriul District will be eutitl.il lo the same re-rernttion a, it bu un.1. the prraent apirtiiiuHfit tur eritura and Keireacn Utive in the IinUtnrc kl SSKI.I. EliRETT. A. Witao X..,. Chairman. Sccrutarr. 1 OX.VfcCTIciT elects a Governor aud Congressmen on April o. The Democratic parry haa gained two Congrawiueu by the New Haiup- ahire election. New Yc.KKtM want tbe ritht of war to lay an oil pipe from the oil region to New Yurk city. Speaker 15lai. ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 March 1875

SEXTIXEL & REPCBLICAX ""lllFFLIXlOWS: Wednesday. 9iArcb 1Y. IS? 5. TEKMS. S -:bseription, $1.50 p?r annum. Transient advertisements inserted, at 00 cents per inch Tor each insertion. Transient besiness notice in locsl eol euin, 10 cents per line tor rich insertion. Deductions will be maie to tli 6e desiring t advertise by the year, hstf or quarter veax. PESK'A. B. kME TABLE. Pwfr traina leave Mifflin Station a folloxs: IAJTW!I, Philadelphia Exprrx, 12 4S a m. tlarnsburg AeCoiuiuo., 9 4ft a Bt. Facilic Express, 10 26 a m. Mail, 5 35 p m. Atlantic Express, 9 lo p iu. WtT,. Pittsburg Express 12 58 a m. Cincinnati Express, 1 4 a tu Pacific, ft 58 a m. Vav Passenger, 10 10 a m. Mail. 33 p in. last I. '., 6 45 p in. Mixed. 8 10 p m. Mifflin, Nov. 15, 1874. LOC.iL IXTELI.IGE.CE. The river is high. 6 leiphing ii worn out. this is St. Patrick's day. Iid not come The expected ice-fliid. See advertisement of J. Lyons, Assignee of C. B. Bartky. Tbe Deruoeratic party bas no policy but to cri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 March 1875

IT POETBI. m iSTEK KOSU. The wiuter came with chilling touch. The poplar tree ia hue, No field has mined the robber clutch That took its May-garb fair ; Each blossom, blue, and red and white. The enow and ice hare buried quite. Yet, lovely flowers, toot vanished grace Will wring no plaint f rem me ; Fresh blooming in a bonnie face IToar beauty still I see The star-gemmed eyes are brightest blue. Brow white, and hps of scarlet hoe. I care not if in Tale and wold No bird-songs now I hear. For Mollie trills s hundred fold More sweet and silver -clear. Her breath is like the air of spring Where hvacinthine odors cling. When ripe hps yield their fruit most rare. Ah, then what perfect bliss ! No strawberries or cherries e'er So sweet as Mollie s kiss, h. May ! wby should I pine for thee ? The charms of spring are still for me. -Frtnn tli fitrrnan of Ilurger. NtI.HM. The Sarrew t.Hrmpr. A KEVOLI TKjSAKT INCIKKXT. t'Hin (in- of the lovely farm that lie aUmir the I Maw-are dwVlt Israil Israr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 March 1875

i; jSltl' i : ' Hiv SlISi w . M i ! i F. SCHWEIER, THE CeKSTITCTIOS THB UNION AKD THK ENFORCEMENT OF TH LAWS. Editor and Proprietor'. 1 I VOL. XXIX. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., MARCH 24, 1875. NO. 12. porriT. M. TO THE MEAN. IT Km. . L. OBEBHOLTZKK. The girl who sits in tbe porcbway low Sing to ber needle aa to and fro It wearea tbe seam with ita glittering glo L'loos in tbe garment abe holds to aew, King to tbe eeam ; Hing it yonr dream ; Ixdge in each stitch Part of its gleam. No "aong of tbe shirt" ainga she, ob no, liar words are gleeful, bappj and low ; While tbe shining needle, fast or alow. Tomes tbe thread that it shorter grow. hing to tbe seam ; Hing it yoar dream ; Lodge in each stitch fart of its gleam. A song's good company while yon aew ; It helps the needle to onward go And trace ita work in a dainty row O'er the downy, drifted, cambric auow. Hing to tbe seam ; Hing it your dream ; Ijodge in each stitch Part of its gleam. A simple song with no work below Is lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 March 1875

SENTINEL &r REPUBLICAN MlFfLlN'TOWN. tTednef day. March 3. 1T. B. F. SCHWEIEK, fentrok AXD MorilETCB. BEITBLICAS STATE CO.XTTSTIOX. ( all or the State (Mmittee. "The Republicans of Ihe Sute of Penn sylvania are hereby rvqueited to assemble by their delegate in State Convention at noon on Wednesday, the 26:b day or May, 1876, in the Fulton Opera House, at thecitj ' of Lane-mater, for the purpose of nomina ting candidates for Governor and State Treasurer. Each Representative and Sen atorial District will be entitled to the same representation as it has under the present apr-ortionuient for Senators and Represen tative a the Legislature. RUSSELL EREETT, A. VTiLson Nobbis, Chairman. Secretary. Tbet ij the Confederate flag in the South. ActiCAIST jourself with the provisions of the new license law. , Gold speculator in New York are buying all the gold the can get. Thibd term it dead aud buried deeper than "plummet ever Rounded." . ANOTHER London Banking Company baa failed. Debts over...

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

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN illlTLIXTOWN: Wednesday. March 34. lST5. TERMS. Subscription, $1.60 per anaam. - Transient advertisements is sorted ai 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col Han, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be mala to th .se desiring to advertise by tha year, half or quarter vear. . PZNK'A. E. E. TIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave SI follows: Philadelphia Express, Itarnsbtirg Accoiniue., ' Pacific Express, Mail, Atlantic Express, WRSTWABD. Pittsburg Express, Cincinnati Express, Pacific, Wv Passenger, . . Mail", - - ; J J-'ast l ine, Mixed, Mifflin, Sot. 15, 1874. - - iCin Station i 12 43 a m. 9 4K am. 10 2G a Bit 6 85 p m. 9 16 p ru. 12 68 a m. 1 40 a m 6 68 a m." 10 10 am. . 83 p n. 6 4o p ni. 8 15 p m. LOCJL 1XTE LLIGES CE. f " Y n It snowed oa Friday last. It snowed last Saturday. " ' .- It thawed last Sunday. Boys have been catching suckers. Blind Tom exhibited in town last week, rnruitare of all kinda ch...

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

rOETRT. rUAKIIl. bv Elizabeth b. mrmx The pilgrim stranger who through the day Holds over the desert his trackless way Where the terrible sands no shsde hsve known No sound of life save his camel's moan. Hears, at but, through the mercy of Allah to all. From bis tent-door at evening the Bedouin call: "WhoeTer thoa art wiioae need is great, In the name of God, the Compassionate And Mercif n! One, for thee I wait '." For gifts in His name of food and rest The tents of Islam of God are blest. Thoa who hast faith in the Christ above. Shall the Koran teach thee the Law of Love? Cbruitian I open the heart and door, ry East and West to the wanderiug poor : Whoever thoa art whose need is great, i the name of Christ, the CompasMonate Aitd Merciful One. for thee I wait !" Tbe Muds-rn School Girl. Everybody ia aware that sentiment ality, slate pencils, and pickles go band in Land with tbe modern school girl Hhe ia as completely saturated with the first as David Copperlicld was with love for Do...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 March 1875

1 '0- n n B. r. SCHWEIER, THE COMSTITUTICW THI UK ION A5D TH1 ISPOECBMEXT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. TOL. XXIX. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., MARCH 31, 1875. NO. jjjjj r "-" ," fjjjflff SMS) 1) i POETIT. Rack mc Asleep. Tb subjoined poem we do not know wbo vnito it is oue of tins most besntiful of ltd kind we have ever eflen. We do not envy tlie heart that does not thrill to it wild and tender unauc. itaclwaru. tnrn backward, oti Tune, in your flight. Make me a child again, jaat for to-night ; Mother, come bank from the echolea shore. Take me again to your heart u of yore Kim from my forehead the furrows of care. Smooth the silTer threads out of my hair iTer my slumbers your loving watch keep Kork me to aleep, mother, rock me to sleep! backward, flow bark ward, oh, tide of the years ! I am so weary of toils and of tears Toil without recompense tears all in vain Take me and give me my childhood again. 1 have grown weary of dust and decs. Weary of flinging my soul's we...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 March 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLlCAIi MIFFLIXTOUN. ttedaendar. March 81, 1ST. B. F. SO H WE IE It, tcrroa axv rtoraicToa. KLPCBLK AS STATE COSTEXTIOX. f ail of the Stat Committee. Tbe Republican or tbe State of Penn sylvania are herebv requested to assemble . .v j ... i o. o. lne renet oi ttie commerce ot Lv their delegates in State Convention at! a n. j.. ,. iNew Orleans from exoessi7e port coon on Wedneslav, the 26th day or II ay, , r 1S75, in the FultuaOpera Houae, at thecit.r j 0,1rS 'nd fee- ... . . . , , . , .. ' 1 b. JJvroqoest of a delegation of ftef- t,T r.n-At..r ffir the l.nrrxAa of Daintnt 1 ' e ting candidates for Governor and State Trcasercr. Each Kepreaent.it ire and Sen' etorbd llstrtet wl'l be entitlid to the tame rejreaenutfrt: S It baa under the preseut apportionmvet for Senator aud Represen tative hi tbe Legislature. RUSiKLL EREETT, A. Wiisoi. Tartars, Chairman. Secretary. StSATOR Andrew Jonxsos deliv- . . ,. . - or me earra session oi iue uuiicui states Senate, against tbe...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 March 1875

v r-. sEnim & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: Wednesday, March 31, 18T5. TERMS. Subscription, jl.GO per annum. Transient advertisements inserted, at 50 cent! per icb fr each insertion. Traasient business notices in local col umn. 10 cents per line for each insertion. Reductions will be made to th -ee desiring to advertise by tbe year, half or quarter vear. PENN'A. E. B. TIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave 3t' follows: bastwabi). Philadelphia Express, HarnKburg Accomino., Pacific Express, Mail, Atlantic Express, wbstwabb. Pittsburg Express, Cincinnati Express, Pacific, Wat Passenger, Vail, Fast Line, Mixed, Mifflin, Sor. 15, 1ST. ffl'.o Station as 12 43 am: 4Hsd. 10 26 a m. 6 35 p m. 9 li p m. 12 68 a . 1 40 am 6 68 a tn. 1U 10 a m. t Zi pa. S 45 p m. 8 15 pm. LOCAL IXTELLIGESCE. lluiiidaykburg has small-pox. Isaac Etka is ready to do Jobs of white washing and plastering on short notice. Mrs. Anthony Sandoe, of this place, fell on the ice on the pavement, last Wednes day, and broke an arm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 March 1875

POETBI. Old Bllasl. (iallaut Graj-beard, can't yon see You unconscionable bat, you While roa play the devotee. That the jirl is tsoghitig it you i Yoa were handsome in toot day, Voa are well preserved and thrift t. Ami your manners, one mar say. Are anierb, but too are fifty ! 1 lou t be foolish, now you're old, J-'urtuig in thia feeble fashion Trying on a hearth grown cold To re-liht a boyish passion. n bare bad yonr day of youth. With its tender freaks and fancies ; ii have known a woman's truth. And have lived Lore's wet romances. Ar. I know ber lips are red ; True, ber curls are black and glwwy ; a, she bfarfl a dainty bead, And her eyes are sweet and saury. l:ut slie knows you act a part. While you try to tease and please her r.Ttown, ld Make-believe, your heart In as dead as Julius Ceuar ; K iiows it, though a simple girl. And is laughing while you linger ; K nnws it well, and, like a curl, Wind you round her jeweled finger '. I'.ut if you mnnt art a part ; ir you cannot drop ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 April 1875

I 1 i i if i i- B. F. SCHWEIER, THK COM3TITUTI0N THI CHIOS AAD TH1 ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXIX. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., APRIL 14, 1S75. XQ. 15. HI POCTBT. Ah, I.Ufle Jlaidca! Ah. little maiden, frank and fair. With rosy hia apart, Kith xnubesiua glinting in your hair. Ait.l aniipliiuo at yonr heart ! :lI sonnjs about your aeiumi rise. That have no vo for me ; Hatha visions dance before your eye, iliat mine may never sea. And are tlw flnwen ho ram. lore ? And M the day no bright? For me the bonghs are tore, lore. And chill daaremla llie nihL Ah. me ! I miud me of a time, I twp in the buried Ht, When I. ton, dwelt in Uie sweet rliiae Wherein yottr lot in cant ; When fragrance floated on the breeze. When heaven lient bine aliore. And ev;ry wilj bird in the trees Kji still of hoie aud love. Icd arc those flowers ao rare, lore. And diuinied that day so bright. For me the boughs are bare, love. And chill deacend tlie ni-lit. (iritu clonus canie n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 April 1875

SEXTINEL&REPCBLICAN Mifflin rows. Wednesday. April 14, 1973. B. F. SCIIWEIEK, tbit'tk Al raoir.Toa. tf;riBLK'l STATE (O.WEMIOS. j i fall of the SiaU (dmsalttec. J The Republicans or tt SWte of l'ffln- srlvsnia are heieby raquestisJ to a.sseu.Ue i by llieif delegates in tate Convention at; noon on Wednesday, the Mth day of Mir, j 175, in ihe Pultun Opera House, at tlu-cit: i of Lam astir, tor the purpose of nouiina- ; tmg candidat.-s for Governor and State TrntirT. Each K-pr?enUtke and Sen atorial District will be entitled tu the same ' repro-ntatioii as it baa nndrr tli present apportiftiumiit for Senators and Keprescn-i tattves ia tha I.-jUlatU'-e. KlSbU.LF.nBETT. A. IViuo N itKn, Ihiinmu. Sw:reiary. ( Ox the 24ih of last March this edi- ; torial item appeared in tbe StNTTXEt. AND IltriBLICVX : Compulsory education people iu Maine j advocate tiic enactment ot a school law th.it , pruiitlcs f..r the clothing ot destitute coil- ( ilra n as Wi-ll as for tha educating of them. ' V ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 April 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN M1FFLLNT0WN: tTednesdar. April 14. 1873. TERMS... Subscription. $'..00 par annum.' ' Trsntent advertisement inserted t hfl cents pfr inch for ech insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, It) cent per line lor each insertion. Iedu;!ions wiil be made to th sedesiiing to adterlise tiy til year, half w quarter PENN'A. R. OlME TABLE.. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Station M follows: AltlllD. Philadelphia Express, - .12 43 a m. Hamsbnrg Accouiiuo., 'J 48 a iu. Pacific Ex'rcas, , , 10 28 am. Mail, '"''' ?.i p iu. A (Untie Express, 9 li p m. tntmiD.' Pittsburg Express, , 'ItiWim. f iiiciuuali Express, 1 4" a lu Pacific, 5 88 a m. Way Passenger, 10 10 a tn. Mull, - - , . 3 83 p iu. Fast l.iSe, ' ' "6 4" p in. " ' Mixed, ' 8 15 p m. MUlliu. Nov. 15, 1874. LOCAL ISTELLIGESCE. Wheat tleldsare improving in appearance. , UoUiUaysbiuc had a Bee last Friday even- KicTianges are noticing the tVre of soup h..ues. ' ' " ' A'.toonS is to have a IVe on Saturday,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 April 1875

POETET. She Hbt Racks the 4 radle Kales the World." Dew ocuui m the dream of life Adorned with erery innlng ait ; An mother, daughter, aiater, wife. She melto Uie tool, she cbarme the heart. Without bar what were lord); men ? A rainleee cload a fruitlem tree A world without a ami a plan That eTer incomplete must be. Ilex foat'riug care, devotion, love, Seem inspiration from above. In childhood'! hour, beside the chair. She calls each fragile form ; She claapa oar tiny hands in prayer, Safe-eheltered from the storm. Vet man, nngratefol man. the dart Of falsehood Moris with skill ; And when he woe a woman" heart He seek ite love to kilL Her lot is to be tried ; though pore, To sigh, to sudor and enduo. i li. mothers of a race nnborn. Tim toots to siali those grand decrees That herald in the Promised Horn. The waiting world's Hesperidea. Ye are the mold of heroes strong Who guard and glonfy oar biles : The sea in song shall roll along Ileneath the apienlor of your amilea The beautiful ...

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