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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 September 1875

ft rs-Wv. AY MUM CPW 11 Ml K II II WW mm m i . .. . , - . t - ' ; " - ? B. F. SCHWEIER, - THI C053TITUTI0H THI UHI05 A5D TM ENFORCEMENT OF TH LAWS. -..-.' -V' - ; , . Editor and Proprietor., VOL. XXIX. , MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.; SEPTEMBER S. 1S75.;' : , ; ' - , " NO. 3t. AFTER 1 WEILL After whila im m beautiful day The atorm will be eoded and brighter tin ran. The weaiineaa over, the teak will be done, t-ome eweet thing ootning to every one. After a while. Aflere while ie a proaperoae day. Thea we ehall have all the wiedom we need ; Our eameet endeaTora ehall alwaya aoeeeed. Till erery ideal expend to a deed. Afterawhile. After a while ie an affluent day. When oar fugitive treuare ehall all be eecore. And we ehall forget hat we ever were poor. When petieoee ehall bloeeam and friendship endure. ; ' Afterawhile. After a while ie a halcyon day. When the lore we have laviabed oar boeom ehall bleaa. Then ehall be true erery hand that we preea. The hearta we eonflde in, the li...

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. — 8 September 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIKFLINTOWN. JJ. F. SOIt WJ-JIEK, . rpcros inn aoreitroa. - Ew'itUican State Nominations. FOR OOrtP.SOB, T0h KtATZ TiREABTBEJl, Hon. Iir.XAT RAtTI.E, lit ERIK COCXTI. Eopublican County Committee. Chair. . W. Smith, Patterson P. O. - SrcatVAaY Mchard Dnyk-, Walnnt P.O. Mittiintown H. A. r-tanibawjzh, J.S..Varrin. r'erinau;igh--li iebr, J. M. Hower. Walker W, H. Kurtt. W. H. Lnkens. Fayette lesse Grubb, T. T. Davis. KortrOe H.G. ellenberger, Jacob Bosom Cireenwuod W. Woodwa-d, H. Minuiuru. Stiiuchanna S. S. Up'lcove. E. Long. Dolaware J. M. Shifts, D. Finknhiixier. Thompseutown J. i. Haldcinan, N. Keely Patterson H. R. f.ivrn, l. F. S tavern. .Millord Wm. .McCaltan, A. J. llertaler. Beale J. K.J.earh, Richard Doyle. P.trt Koral-. II. I. calr,' dames A Thomson. Turbett I. U Hjrtiler, Iainfe Berkey,, i-pruce Hill Thos Ramsey, Stewart Whar ton. Tri"!ciirra A. ji Stewart. ThoB. Sforrow. l,rkWn Mihtow, Tyson Stump. VlVk Log K Mclntvre, A. H. Opple. Noah Hertzlcr, ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 September 1875

SS5TINEI, & REPUBLICAN ; illFFLIXTOT:;: tTelnecday. Sept'r . 11T5. 1 TERMS. . " Swuaeriptioa, $1.SQ per annum. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 ciU per ioch for each insertion. rnn sleet taidnees actiees In local col- aros. 10 certs per ttr.e for each icsertion. . Deduction be moil to lh"c desiring to adreriise by the year, baif or quarter vear. PKNA. R. ILTIME TABLE. irS ar,d after Sunday. Mar 23rd. le7S, V passenger arainw will leave MitEin bt 'ion, 1'. It. K., as follows : EASTWAKD. rhildclliia Express ....... Paciflc kXJTCM.. ......... J Hrrilnrg Accommodation J Mail ; , J AlUi tic Express . : . WKSTWABD. i Pacific Express...;....... . War Pa&ncnrer.. .......... . ; Mail. . fur' Line t Hixed..; , Prttoburg Eiliress ...12 43 a m ...10 02 a m ...11 30 a in ... 12pib ... 9 16 p m ... 6 00am ...10 10a ... Z 33 p in 6 46 p ra ... o Io p m ...II ao p m ( Vuily t Daily txaf l Sunday, i Caily tzcept Monday, Three trains do not stop at this station : ttaciMaiti Express, wa...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 September 1875

WHL1I LOVE BECOMES DDtOETAL lievond the chilly wind and gloom; skies. Beyond death' cloudy portal. Tone ia a land when beauty never dies. And lore become immortal. We may not know bow sweet its balmy air. How bright and fair it flower ; We may not bear the soos that echo there. Through those enchanted bowers. Bnt ometimes, when adown the western iky, - Tbe'fiery annset linger, Ita fro! den gate swing inward noiselessly, Unlocked by unseen fingers; And while they stand a moment half ajar. Gleams from the inner glory, fltream brightly through the azure vaults afar. And half reveal the story. latere! lac SSkelela of Wife. Presides)! The following is taken from an histo rical sketch of HaJilonnVlil, X. J., in the Camden I'reju: "The old tavern hoti", where sat the Colonial Legislature and the Council of Safety, has associated with it another interesting character. Nwn after the war of independence liad ended, and before the colonies had entered into the federal compact, the house was ke...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 September 1875

3 -Si W SsX 1 II I . II I II . . . .-:! !r.- ' . .. . ' I. I - 1 - J " I .. .. a B. F.SCHWEIER, -, THa 00JC8TITtJTI01l THI U5I0H A5D THE I5T0RCKMX5T OT THB LAWS. - Editor and ProprtctOtV. TOL. XXIX.. K MlTmNTjOWN, JUNIAl ,, NO. 37 GOOD-NIGHT. v Apple blossoms fair and lovely ' Opened with the dawning day, Shook tbeir fairy beads and nodded To the blossoms o'er tits way. Caught tbe sunshine in the frolic. Held it in their petala bright, Scattered perfume on the breeses. Laughing, flawing, said Good-night Fading bioaeoma. pore and stainless, : Slowly flatter from the trees ; Snowy petals sadly linger Playing with the evening breeze. ; . Drifting, floating, falling ever. Fairy angels robed in white. Hid among the dewy gramas, Softly, sadly sighed Oood-night. Dy and by, alone and lonely, Learea and blomoms withered dead, Will the trees seem robed in sorrow. Mourning for their beauty fled. Itut from oat tbe barren branches. Kindly veiled in winter's white, Iloful of the coming spring tim...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 September 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN sVcdnettdaj, ftept'r 15,' lam. IJ. y.JSCH WEIEli, : iMfoB AXD FOP!CTl. y Republican State Nominations. FOR GOYEMOtl, .cn JOIIM F. HART RAHT"1 t- MOKTOOWEBT CoMIT. frtft TlTE -RbASCbER, or eie cotstt. Republican County Ccnmittee. ttt8t . Wmlth, Patterson P.O. Sktbkt AST Richard Doyle, Wall. lit P.O. Xiltlmluwn II. A. Mauibanph, J.S.Martin. Fermanagh Isaac Siebm-, J. M. Hower. Walker W. II. Kurls, W. H. Lukens. Fayette Jesse Grubb, T. T. Davis. Monroe II.. Sheflenberger, Jacob Basom Hr-enwood W. Widwad, H. Minniuin. Susquehanna S. S. Updegruve, E. Long. Delaware J. X. Statu, D. Finketibinder. Tl.Jir.psentown J.O. Haldeuian, N. Kecly Patterson H. R. Oiveji, D. F. Stevens. Miltord Wm. McCahan, A. J. Hcrtalor. Beale-J. F. Leach, Reliant Doyle. Port Koyal D. K. I'. Bcalur, James A. Thompson. Yurbtt J. O Hertsler, laUft Berkey. t'priice Hill TTios Ramsey, btewart Whar ton. TaKtmrv-A. t. Stewart. Thos. Morrow. Lark Win Morrow, Tyeoa Stnmp. Mark fx.e K Mclntyre, A. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 September 1875

i SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINIOWN: . OTedaesdar. Scat'r 14, lti. ' 1 TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annnm. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cent per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 crnta per line for each insertion. DedncUons will be nude to tb.sc desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. , , PENN'A. E. RjJDfE TABLE. ON and after Sunday, Way S3rd. 1K75, passenger srain will leave Militia Sta tion, V. K. R., as follows : bastwabb. J Philadelphia Express 12 4 a m J Lewixtowa Accommodation . . . J 7 28 a n Pacific Expresa. ....n !.....',. 10 E a as J Ilsrrubarg Accommodation.. . 1 1 30 a im Mail .. 6 12pm Atlantic Express .. n 913pm WESTW4BD. J PacifM Express J 6 TO a nl War Passenger -10 a ni MaU i ....VSSJpm Fast Line 45 p m j Lewisrown Accominouanon at p m J I'lttsburg Kxpressi II oo p m Daily, I Daily except Sunday. Caily tier pi Monday. Three trains do not stop at this Station Cincinnati Express, west, time here ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 September 1875

WHIT MIGHT BS D0N1 st minim maceat. What might b dooe if man wan What glsriovs deeds, my eufferuif. brother. Would the; unite In lore and right, And enaae their scorn of one another? Oppression' heart might be imbued With kindling drops of kmng kindness ; And knowledge poor From shore to shore, tight on the ere of nenial blind wsi All slavery, warfare, lies snd wrongs, AH rioe snd crime might die together ; And wine and corn. To each man born. Be tree as warmth in summer weather. The meanest wretch that erer bod. The deepest souk in guilt and sorrow, Might stand erect In self-respect, And share the laeiniin world to-morrow. What might be done? This might be done. And more than this, my suffering brother. More than the tongue E'er said or snog. If men were wise and loved each other. A Visit t the knot Salt Lake. We drove for an hour alone the southern hank of Salt Lake.- fanned by the breath of it sea air, and looking over it waste of waters dowa with mountain islands. It required bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 September 1875

i ii . ; J i'jll t ;y i'lf ; ill Hi '? ft B. F. SCHWEIER, , THI CONSTITUTION THI UNION AND TBI KNF0KCXXX5T 07 THB LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXIX. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. SEPTEMBER 22, 1S75. NO. 28. IVESING S05G. Bt X. BKTHAV EUWAK1M. Close, little weary eyes The day at lmst is over. To-night no more surprise Shall they discover. Nor bird, nor butterfly, Kor unfamiliar flower ; Kor picture in the sky. Nor fairy in the bower. Rest, little weary feet. The woode are dark and lonely ; The little bird rest sweet. The owl is watching only ; No buttercup ia seen. Nor daisy in the meadow ; Their gold and white and green. Are turned to purple shadow. Fold, little bnay hands. Day is the time for doing ; The boats he on the sands. The mill-wheels are not going. Within the darksome miue Are hushed the spade and hammer ; The cattle rent supine, . The eock withholds his clamor. Still, little restless heart, 1 lie still until the morrow Till then thou bast no part In either joy...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 September 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN WIFFL1NT0WN. Wednesday. feept'r 13. knmn axa FHoreiETos. Republican State Nominations. rott novEtKOR, ten JOIIM I H.tRTRAXFT, IF IIOXTGOMKBT COCXTY. FTitt STAT TREASCRKR, tlon. IirXRV RAITLE, OF EB1E COl NTT. Eepublican County Committee. Cuaikmax O. W. S imtli, Patterson 1. O. SecEKTAar Richard Doyle, Walnut P.O. Miftliulown II. A. Haiuluiigh, J.S.Martin. Fermanagh Iaac Sieber, J. it. Ilower. Walker VV. 11. Kurta, IV". II. l.ukeiix. Fayette Jesse linibli, T. T. Davis. Monroe II. G. sdiellcnbcrger, Jacob Easom lr.cnwood---W. Woodwad, 11. Mint.iuiu. Susquehanna S. S. I'p-legrovc. K. Long. Delaware J. M. Stutts. D. Kinkeiil.iTKlcr. T!iotusentown J. O. Haldeman, X. Keclv 1'attersou II. K. Given, I. F. Stevens. Millord Win. Met ah.it, A. J. liertzlor. Beale J. F. Leach, Richard Doyle. port Royal D. Ii. 1'. teal or, Junes A ThniMii. Turbctt J. G Itert-ler. Isaiah Berkey. Spruce Hill Thos Kaiiwey, fctcaart Whar ton. . Tiiiarra -A. "u Stewart. flios. Morrow. Lack W...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 September 1875

'r A SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN ..." MIFFLINTOWN: Wednesday, Sepfr 15, 1875. v TERMS. - Snlifcription, $1.50 par annum. Transient adrertineoienu i user ted at 50 rents per ioch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col onin, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deduction will be m.vie t thi.se desiring to advertise by tho year, half or quarter vear. PElfN'A. E. RJTlME TABLE. ON and after Sunday, Mar 23rd, 1875, panscnger wains will leave Vliftlia Sta tion, 1. R. K., as follows t E8TWAtti. Philadelphia Express M 43 a m Lcistovn Accommodation... i 7 28 a in Pacific Express lHr2 a iu H.irrisfourg Accommodation.... II 80 a in Mail 6 12 p ra Atlantic Kxi-resa a 15 p in WE8TWAUD. Purine Express k G 00 a m Way Pansenger 1 10 a m ) Maii 8 3.1 p ni ; fust Line C 45 m I,eimown Accommodation .... 7 87 p m 1'ittsbiirg Express 11 55 p m Daily, t Daily except Sunday. $ Eai'.y tzrrpt Monday. Three trains do not stop at this station : Cincinnati KxjTeas, west, time here 1 lil a. n...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 September 1875

TEX CEJSTHUT IEH BT W. W. BOGBDIUM. Ban and brown tbs chaatont tree, Wben ba want, my lorer, away from ma. But nnder tba temnohea brown and bare Ba promised again to meet ma there. Bod and lluaauia. aweat rhaatnnt tree. And bring my lorer again to ma. The bloom was white on the chestnut tree When be came, my lorer, again to me. Bat be earns with a enxse, for a riral's gnUa Swore to another I gare my smile. Torn flower to fruit, aweet chestnut tree. And turn my lorer again to me. The ripe pods fell from the chestnut tree When he came again, but not for me. For my false, false riral was at his aide And tba church-bells rang for the worthy bride Shower down thy dead leaves, chestnut tree. And bury my broken heart and me! Independent. A raasaaa Base Setter. Charles Warren Stoddard, writing from Italy, ray : I hare met one of the most celebrated women of Italy, Regina del Cin. whose marvelouB successes in the setting of dislocations of long stand ing have made her famous eren lieyond the...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 September 1875

i -11 I I s v. i-iil 'll liiili - ,3 - , B. F. SCHWEIER, - . THI C0HSTIT0TI05 TH1 TJHIOH AUD THB ESFOKCJ MIXT Of TH1 LAWS. Editor and ProprlatsMV TOL. XXIX. : r - MIFFLINTOWN; JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. SEPTEMBER 29, 1S75. " NO. 39. DSSHtS FOR THE CHILDREN. ITiians in ths morning ' Hake the dmj aeem bright, Filling every sorner With s gleam of light ; And what happiness he sjjaswi, Who. affection's impulse scornins. Departs and gives no kisses To the children in the morning. Many think it folly: Many say it's bliss ; Very mnch depending . On whose lips yon kiss ! ' Bat the truth I am oonfsssing. And Fd hare yon all take warning. If yon covet any blessing, Kim the children in the morning. Kiaaes in the evening. When the lights are low. Bet two hearts starring With affection's glow. And the angels swarm in numbers Bound the pillow they are pressing. Who ars wooed to peaceful slumbers By a dear one's fond caressing. Kisses in the morning Ars not oat of place ; Kisses in the evening Have a...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 September 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOW.N. tTedneadaj. Sept'r 59, MTS. B. F. SOU WEIElt, (Piriii asp riuriirroB. Republican State Nominations. rOR GOVERNOR, fcn JOIIS F. HtRTRASFT, r OSTGOK1T COIXTT. FOR STATE TREAEl'RCR, Hon. llriRY RAIVXE, bF EMU COrTT. Republican County Nominations. r rTHOs(TAr, W. CA M EROS L.AIRP, (f Patterson. rot Tr"i , UE1KT A. STA MIMIC!!, tt' Aliftimtown. Fo MSTBKT ATTOKXET, LOUS E. ATK1SSO. Of Milllintown. rol CUIUTT CoaatsSIOKCBS, W 1 1. 1.1 AM II. CROXIXGER, Of Milford Township. CEORGE W. SMITH, Of Mifflintown. ro nrfn', FCRDIX.4XD F. ROHM, Of Patterson. Copt- IOl IS DEG IX, Of Fayct:e Township. The Convention of Return Judges On Monday did their work expeditious ly, thoronghly.and satisfactorily. The ticket elected on Saturday, and which the Convention announced pi re- . . . . ,i . (ims ia it Kfrnnrr one. looked unon as a whole or viewed individually. The candidates are all good men, and will poll a correspondingly large vote at t'eciion iu November. The ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 September 1875

! if SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: VTedaeadar, Sept'r 3, 18T5. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 rots per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be Biade to those desiring jo advertise by the year, halt or quarter ear. TEKK'A. E. E-TIME TABLE. ON and after Sunday. Mar 23rd, 1875, passenger Brains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, 1. K. K., as follows t KASTWAKD. Philadelphia Express 12 it a in j , J Lewistowu AccoiumoaatioD...i a m Psciflc Express,..! ;lUu2am ; Harrisbarg AcconiUKidation..i;ll 80 a iu Vail .1 : i 6 12 p in Atlantic Expresa . ; 9 15 p m WESTWABD. Pacific Epres ....i G 00 a m Way Passengers 1010am jMail.... .... . 2 33 p in ; Fast Line 6 45 p in Lewistvwn Accommodation .... 7 3? p ul " Pittsburg Expresa 11 53 p ni Vaihf. i Daily tier pi Sunday. Caily tzrtpt Monday. ' Three trains do not atop at thla station : Cincinnati Exjiress, west, t...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 September 1875

HOUSING. bill mono. Day ia dawning. Slim and wide, Through the mists that blind it, Tremble up the rippling tide With Uie esa behind it. Like a warrior-angel eped On a mighty miaaiOD, Light and life about him abed, A tnueoendeot Tuiion. Hailed in gold and fire he etanda, And with splendor ahaken. Bide the deeping eeaa and land Quicken and awaken. Day is on os. Dreams are dumb. Thought ha light for neighbor Room! the rival giants come Lo, the Bun and Labor. Cornhill ilafaiine. The Crkaart. Some account of this secret political society, which became so notorious and whe influence was so widely extended in Iialv. France and elsewhere some sixty years ago, may not be uninterest ing. J he name is irom me luuiau w ru rtirbJuajn literally, a charcoal burner. About the year 1810, when the Neapo litan Henublicans. alike opposed to the UKiiriation of Murat and the rule of KennnaiKl, tooic reiuge in me awu.zi Mountains, they organized under the liwdership or i.apoDianco, a caruonan societv. ad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 October 1875

4 r,!ii i aw li ( i B. F. SCHWEIER, , THI CONSTITUTION THI VMOll AND THI ZS70BCXMXXT Of THI LAWS. Editor and ProprltQl VOL. XXIX. 7 MIFFLINT0A7N JUNIATA COUMT; PENNA!. OCTOBER 6. 1875. ; NO. 10. THE CHILDREN OF TIE POOR. BT CHARLES MACKAT. Pity the children of the poor, , ' VVb Te sever placked the daisies. -Wbo'w never watched the skylark soar, ' Or beard it sinKinfc praises ; Who've never trod the fresh green (ward, Or rambled by the river They need a holiday, ye rich. And Heaven reward the giver. rUy the little pattering feet That swarm in fetid alleys. And grimy band that might be sweet 'Mid cowslija of the valleys ! . I 'le lips that may grow rosy red Where fresh free breezes quiver Provide a holiday, ye rich. And Heaven reward the giver ! l ily the little bright bine eye Tliat never saw the ocean. Or gazed with innocent surprise At wild waves in commotion. Send send them forth one happy day To hill or sea or river ; la great to them, bnt small to you. And Heaven reward the giv...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 October 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MLFFL1NT0WN. WedsMadaj. October , ttis. li. F. SUHWEIEK, ttbtToa asb raoraiEroB. fcepftblican State Nominations. FOR OOVER6, joii f. H.MTiiiirT, c mm&flLki ooixtv. FOR STATE TREAsTBEtt, Iloa. IIESRY RAWEE, or till COCSTT. Eepablicein County Nominations. r raoTaoxovABt, W. eiJIEBM LAIRD, tlf Patterson. roc Tri llMR A. &TA PI B A tG II, W Uifrlliitowo. roii PK-rarr-r TToaEr, LotfS E. ATKIXSOX. Of Miltliutown. ron o.rTT coissi-e(, WILLIAM II. OROSriXGER, Of Milford Towihip. GEORGE W. SMITH, Of Mifflintown. r CorSVV?AIIITO, f'EfOI5IAXD F. ROHM, Of Hatter.!. Cap. LOUS DEG IX, Of Fayet:e Township. Republican County Committee. CfXiX Dr. J.T. Sterrctt, Hurt Royal. PaCite Rnlien Cavenv, VIcAlistcrville, Jsrr Mr Aulcy, Oaklsud Mills. foWie A.Vl. Shelleiiberg--, Richfield ; ). P. Kotbcrraan. Evcndale. Fcrmanaugh Samuel Thomas, MifTlin town ; John Stoncr, Miffiintowu. 8 rrsquehanii Harrison Minimi), Pfnutz's Valley p. ., Perry couuti ; S. G. Dreasiur, Oriental....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 October 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: vredneaday. October 6, 1875. TERMS. Subscription, $1.."0 per annum. Transient advertisements inserted at 20 , cnts per ioch fur each insertion. Transient business notices in local Col umn, 10 cent per line for each insertion. Deductions w ill lie male t those desiring to advertise by te year, hair or quarter PENN'A. B. RJTIME TABLE. ON and afler Sunday. May SSrd, 1873, passenger train Will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. K. It., as follows : KASTWaBD. Philadelphia Express 1? 43 a m J l.ei-town Accommodation.... 7 2 a ui Pacific Express m llsrrisburg Accommodation....! I 30 a tu Sail.-....-. ; 6 12 p m Atlantic Express ..... 9 li f ui WESTWARD. j Pacitic Express ; fi f a m Way Passenger 10 10 a in : vaii s at p iu ; Fax! Line ; 4 p lu l.e isto "n Accommodation .... 7 37 p in Pittsburg Express-. 11 5.j p ui ( Daily. I Vailf except Snndvy. $ Cailf trctyt Monday, Three trains do not stop at this station : t'iuciiinati Excess, west, time here 1 a. iu.; F...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 October 1875

ILWIS S0S6 TO LAUBCELOT. Yea ! I shall sleep. Heed not this le aotbing. Bhed o'er my eon the lore light of your eyes; Boon, soon thia heart shall eease it painful throbbing, To seek the aoandleaa sea and silent a Idea. Keen, dreamless deep, will come forever more. With neither pest to moon, nor future to de plore. Yes ! I shall Bleep. The nightingale is Hinging; A thorn haa deeply pierced her gentle breast; ThoM troubled notes within By soul are ring ing. But I most ehortly sleep, and ahe mint rest. God hears thy plaint, sweet Philomel ; He hears. As He haa beard the plaint of men through all the years. . .. Yea ! I most sleep Too long the day haa tar ried And oh ! too hard the ways of God and men. Though brave the heart, and great the hope it carried, ' In rain its longing wish for happiness has been. Hut i can rest in this sweet, silent dell ; And thou wilt say. Beloved, softly, "It is welL' Birds Biaaalailas: gaDriaa;-Aalaaal MlarL In walking along the side or a river with overha...

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