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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 October 1875

li ii - ! B. F. SCHWEIER, TBI CeHSTITUTIOH TH1 UHIO AHD THI INORCIMEXT OF THB LAW! Editor and Propriatsm VOL. XXIX. MIFFLINTOW, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., OCTOBER 13. 1S75. NO. 41. CHILDREN. BT lOKoncixov. Come to ma, O ye children ! For I bear yon at your piay, ' And the questions that perplexed ma Have vanished quit away. Ye open the eastern windows. That look towards the son. Where thoughts are singing swallows, And the brooks of morning ran. In your hearts are the birda and the sunshine. In your thoughts the brooklets flow ; But in mine is the wind of Autumn, And the first fall of the snow. Ah ! what would the world be to us, . If the children were no more ? We should dread the desert behind us Worse than tha dark before. What the leaves are to the forest With light and air for food. Era their sweet and tender Juices Have been hardened into wood, That to the world are children ; Through them it feels the glow Of a brighter and sunnier climate Than reaches the trunks below. Come to ...

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. — 13 October 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN - MIFFLINTOWN. tTcdMesdnr. October 13, 1ST. 15. SO II WE IE It, A '- rnttoa AM FBoPBirroa. Republican State Nominations. . . for GOVE1NOB, Ccn JOIIX F. IIARTRAXFT, i r osToa:iiT covstt. . . . FOR STATE TREASCRER, . Mod. IIEXRY KtlTLE, , . v eaia corsvr. Republican County Nominations. F(2 roTiioMrir, w. cimcroi umo, Of Patterson. fob titiiKPi, iicxitv a. vr.5inirGii, Of Miffiintown. r uihtbm-t rro!trr, l.Ol IS E. ATKHSOV Of Mifiiiutown. Full CWKTI COMUISSIONrBS, HILLI1M II. UROSIXGER, . Of Milford Towsship. ttoncc W. SMITH, Of Mifiiiutown. FB COlXTT?AtmTOE, (Xttl)I.1tS F. ROII.U, Of Patterson. Capt. LOLIS DEGIX, or Fayette Toniiip. Republican County Committee. Chira-i Dr. J. P. Sterrett, P.rrt Royal. Favcitc Ku'.H'ii Csveny, McAiistcrville, James UcAilIcy, O iklaud Mills. Mui.roe A. ti. .ShellcnbcTg-ir, Kichfield ; o. P. Koilienmii. Eveudale. Fermaiin:rii-.S.ii..o.-l Thomas Mifflin, town ; John Mom-r, Milflmtowii. S..i,iu.U.u.iia-ilarri.ii Minium, I'louta's ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 October 1875

5" SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN . W1FFLINTOWN: Wednesda?. October 13, 1S75. PENN'A. E. ETIME TABLE. ON' nd after Sunday. Sept. 12;h. 1875, passenf-er sraint will leave Mifflin Sta tion, f. K. K., at follow : EASTWARD. Philadelphia Express ......... J Leitown Accommodation... Pacific, Express :Hrrisburg Accommodation ... ;Mail f Atlantic Express WESTWARD. ; Pacific Express War Passenger ;Mii Kat Line .12 43 am . 723am .lOfiao. .11 30 am . 6 12pm . 9 15 p m .. 6 Ott a m ..10 10 am .. 3 3:1 p m .. 6 4 p m . . 7 87 pm ;!,e istown Accommodation Pittsburg fcxpress illuuig My&m It J'J U 111 I VMy. Vail, except Sunda,. C ailv rrpt Monday. . . 1 1 b -) p 111 IBncc 1.1 f j.ta uoo lis. vii u g There will be a Republican M ASS 1 MEETING at POUT ROYAL, cn the afternoon of the lltli inst at half past 12 o'clock. Hon. EDWARD McPHKRSOX AND Hon. GEORGE LEAR Will be present to address the Meet inc. Let tuerc De a urand Uaiiy from r J . . . ....- . U parts of th? county. The foes of 1 R.'j ubin-aiiif...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 October 1875

JUST IS OF OLD. I saw my lor in dreams laat night Fan up the limping moon-lit lands. Hi lore-beams in bar dew ejes bright, A rosebud in her mas leaf hands. - And round me, as J nearer stepped, I felt her eoft ana ateal and fold. While close against mj heart she crept, Joat as of old. The gay. dawn broke, my lore was gone. The golden dream was past and dead ; I got me to the churchyard lone Wherein my lore lay buried. I found a headstone gray with years, I bowed me to the morn miste cold, I wept and knew aba saw my tears, Jost as of old, Bat ever while I lire alone This comfort comes and soothes my care We two may meet, when all ia done. Far off in heaven garden fair ; And by the light abore, beyond. Chastened, each other's face behold. Stainless, more pore, bat true and fond, Jost as of old. A LADY TOURIST'S Three Months in Europe with Professor Loomis. Cologne, July 14, 1875. "Forty Ameri-ansl only look at tlieui!" And how the good people of Antwerp (Oared when thirty-eight America...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 October 1875

i THI COKSTITUTIOH THI TOIOsT kSb THI IKrOKCJMIXT Of THI IAWI. Editor and Proprietor. B. P. SOHWEIER, i VOL. XXIX. MIFFLINTOW, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. OCTOBER 20, 1875. NO. 42. 1 : it 8WKETHZ1&T, GOOD-BTL . Sweetheart, good-bye ! Oar varied day la closing into twilight gray. And up from bar. Ueak wastes of sea. The atom-wind rises mournfully ; A mTitic prescience, Strang and drear. Doth hannt the ahnddaring twilight air ; It fills the earth, it chills the sky Sweetheart, good-bye! Sweetheart, good-bye! Our Joys are past, And night with silence come at last Old things moat end yea, even lore Nor know we if re-born above. The heart-blooms of oar earthly prime Shall bloom beyond those bounds of time, "Ah! death alone is sore," we cry Sweetheart good-bye! Sweetheart, good-bye! Through mist and tear Pte the pale phantoms of oar yean, Onoe bright with spring, or subtly strong When summer' noontide thrilled with song ; Now wan, wild-eyed, forlornly bowed. Each rayles ea an atoms cloud ...

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. — 20 October 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. , YTedacadar, October IST5. B F. SCHWEIEU, Borrow rorairro. Republican State Nominations. FOR OOVEINOR, ca jon r. iiartrasft, I MOKTOOBKBT COCKTT. ' OR STATE TREASURER, - liom. nrSRT RAffLE, or nit codttt. Republican County Nominations. roa vaornoxoTAir, W. CDICROI LAIRD, Of Patterson. VOI VSEASt'BKB, UESRT A. STAMBirCU, Of ilitlillitowa. rui MsTK.-r attobsev, LOI I.S r- ATKlSOM. Of Miflliutown. roa corxTT coamssioxiss, WILLIAM II. CiROXIXGER, Of Mi If. ml Towiship. GEORCE W. SMITH, Of Mifllintown. FOB Cor!tTTjrDtTOB, FERDIVtSD F. ROIIvI, Of Patterson. capt. loii DCGtar, Of Favetle Township. Eepublican County Committee. Chaibbax Dr. J. P. Sterrett, Port Royal. r4ve!tj Ruben Cavenv, McAlistcrvflle, James McAuIcy, O.kland Mills. Monroe A. i. Shellenb-.Tg-ir, Richfield ; O. P. Kofherman, Evcndale. Fenuaiiangit Samuel Thomas, Mifflin toirn ; John Stoner, Mitrlintown. Susquehanna Harrison Minium, Pfontz'a Valley p- o., Perry count ; S. G. Dressier, ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 October 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN - 1 -; MIFFLIXTOWN : -fTedBMdar. October 90, 1ST3. TERMS. Sabscription, $1.60 per tnuo. Traa stent advertisements inserted at 50 , ents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each Insertion. Ded actions will be made to those desiring t advertise by the year, half or quarter fear. PENN'A. B. lTIME TABLE. 0 and after Sunday, Sept. 12th. 1876, paim-nirer sraina will It-are Mitt in Sta tion, I'. K- K., as follows : KASTWAKD. Philadelphia Express .....12 43 a m ; I.eistown Accommodation.... 7 28 a m Pacific, Express ...11)0.! a m Jllarrisburg Accommodation ....11 30 a m tMail i 6 12 p ni f Atlantic Express 9 15pm WESTWARD. Pacific Express C 0) a m Way Passenger 11 10 am jMsii S 33 p m ; Fast Line C 4 -" p m ;l.ewistown Accommodation .... 7 37 p in ;l'iltburg Express 11 iwpiu Daily- X Daily txapt Sunday. Fatly eicpt Moniiay. Three trains do not stop at this station : Cincinnati Express, west, time here 1 19...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 October 1875

OUT OF meg. Wo two wandered by th bey My sweetheart end L Quietly tha water by. Quiet was the aky. And my darling stood and gmi. With her fair face npward raked. "Would tha atan might be "Kearer earth !" aaid aha Tell mm, teD bm. O my lore. Why are atan ao far abore?" Ob the ahore we found a boat: "Come, sweetheart," aaid X, "O'er the water let as float. There the atari are nigh." So aba leaned her o'er the aide, Gazing down into the tide: "Would the atara might be Nearer earth!" aaid aha Tell me, troe lore, if yon know. Why are atara ao far below?" Temple Bar. The W bob ar Baataeke. The Hon. George S. Hilllard, writing from Nantucket, says: "Decav and decline press more heavily upon women than men. Men can go wherever the spirit of enterprise, or the necessity or gaining a living, may call them.' But women, as a general rule, are debarred this privilege of thrusting their sickle into the golden harvest of opportunity, in wnatever region taey may wave. Nantucket is no exception to t...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 October 1875

1 a : I- ' 7f r F. SCHWEIER, TH OOSSTITeTIOH-THl Wldr-I- M ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS Editor and Proprietor. TOL. XXIX. mifflintown; juni ata qc PENNA.. OCTOBER 27. 1S75. NO. 43. iilill "err minimi m m Uisfe www A LOST HOUR. . , joiea boor a Bummer morn, fiaTta! tba world waa still. . !, was freak on now turn hay.. lBd B kridal refl of the fair yoong day Bar o'er the pnrple bill. ep-Wl tinkled acroaa the aiopeaC gat u an elfio dume : Batter! llitte "thwart and down, Pmi wait murmuring, busy and brown, Oter tb fragrant thyme, i Imguii calm and a dull content, gjenc instead of apaech ; Xbwiad led low, and the lark sang nigh, gjtft rolden boor of onr Urea went by, 4Ba drifted oat of reach. We both went bark to an eager life ; got in it panee to-day glean of that golden boor return, Amj bt jaded spirit freta and yearns For one chance awept away. The yean creep on, and the heart grow tired, Irm ot bopea fulfilled ; Aoa tnma away from the world'a atrmig wine fitb ferered lips that must ever ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 October 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MlfyLINTOW.V. ITednlftday, October 27, 1475. F. SClI WE IE llt rtllToB AKB PBOPBIKTOR. Eepublican Slate KonuEalioss. for uovEtxns, Wen JO II 3 F. II .. RTR . X IT, r MGXTGOXZSV COLXTT. - roa state TRr.AsrBER, Host. IIEXRT KlffLC, . .r r.uit corsrv. T) IT! n i IT.-.! -t,..,n xuuuuau uoumjr xiujuiuauuu run u!icsrur, T. CAMERO. L.4IRP, W I'attor.tou. roa Tiii:tFi, I1C.AKT A. fcTASIH.trCill, Ut J!i'I:liitoun. r I'Istikt ATToaxar, LOMii E. ATfclXSO. Of .Mi.'l!iiituu. K COI.VTT COlIilMt, WILLI 4. M II. VRttXIXGER, (jr SilfoiJ To::ilri'. ctcKGt: ir. sjuiii, Oi Jlittliiitown. roa rorxTT ai ditob', t ClJDI. IXE F. ROIIW, (f J'atUTnn. C'apt- lAH'lX MtGtS, t Fa'ette Tiilii. Eepublican County Coniinittee. Chaibb v Dr. J. I'. Sterrttt, Trt Royal. paretic Kubtn Cavcny, McA'ittL-rvilic, Jami-s McAuiey. Oiklaud -Mill. Moi-roe A. i. .Shelleiib.T'!r, KiChficM ; O. 1. Kolliriiiaii, KivndaJe. FeruiaiiaUli-SainiiMt i b.M.ll-S UiTIiiu town ; John s'.oiht, Mit!iiutiiwu. iuiMiieii...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 October 1875

s"ETIXEL& REPUBLICAN ' MIFFLIXTOM'N : rJBC8day. October 3?. 1875. '." TERMS. tBbfCriPtidn, 51.50 per nnum. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 u inch lr each insertion. TrtnsWt business notice in local col li) cents per line for each insertion. ""iMuf tiocs will "e made to th.se desiring t .advertise the cr ''5f or u"rter PEXN'A. B. ETIKE TABLE. X after Sunday. Sept. liih, 1875, tpssseneer wains wi!i leave JliUlin Sta ., P. U. K-, as follow : eastwabd. .m.;ili-iiliia Eprcs 12 43 a ni fistbwn Accouiuio'djtion.... 7 23 a tu Pacinc. "V ( -Birrii-burg Accommodation . Atlantic Express 10 0 a ni .11 311 a m . 6 1$ p ni . 9 15 p tu WESTWABD. racific Express 6 CTJ t. ni JvCiy Passenger .-.10 10 a m Mail 3 3:1 p ui Fst Line f 4- p ni fLeristown Accommodation .... 7 37 p ui Pittbnrg Express t : 1 1 53 p m . - Ihrily. i i7 ttcept Sunday. Caily ucept Xomduy. ' Jhrro trains do not atop at this staticn : i incir.iuii Exjiress, west, time here 1 111 a. iu.; Fa1 Line. rs, 2 - " Ea ,',, rant...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 October 1875

BRIGHTEST EYES. - fvtM the oaxa a or beixk. Of -Vr" ao bright and pearls so clear, 1 ' Bast thou a shining store ; And eyes hast thou, so bright, so black, A poet's heart hsre they won. Alack. My darling, what wouM'st thon more ? Those eyes so bright, their hoe, their light. Have been the theme of ditties a score. And berond the reach of dcsin or time. Embalmed he they in my rhyme My darling, what would'st thon more ? The proud disdain of those eyes so bright Has troubled thy lover's hesit sore ; To deep despair reduced your bard. And his happy numbers ssdly narrd Now, flirting, what would'st thou more ? The Medterraaeaai af Japs. In the far East, lvine between the islands which comixtse the Empire of Japan that anrieiit nd mysterious realm but recently explored and Intro duced into the circle of nations by the greed or enterprise of Western com merce there ebbs and flows and - sparkles, with a gorgeous beauty truly Oriental, a fair Mediterranean, known a the Seto I'chi, or Inland S...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 November 1875

Y IHK CONSTITUTION THI C5I0N A5D THI ISFOKCEMEST OF THB LAWS. Editor and Proprietor B. F. SOHWEIER, !! I! 1 ." YOL. XXIX. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, TENNA.. NOVEMBER 3, 1S75. NO. 44. 1H GIPSIES. BT WLlf HT5BT OOODTEiE. Vwn Ce Cctmm of "Lam" I saw. three Gypsies on the heath. My carriage rolled along ; One played the violin And sang a fiery song. One, with a pipe in hand. Looked through the smoke As though all in the land None better luck bespoke. One slept beside the tree Ilia harp did hang upon. To breathe a wind-swept melody , Hia heart a dream had won. Cage were the clothes tbey wore ; touts they had always worn, Bat in their eoals they bore For fate a heartfelt scorn. Three-fold tbey tanght me all. When life's day turns to night To fiddle, smoke and sleep away. With three-fold soorn its epite. Long toward the Gypsies turned, I watched in traTetiug on ; The Gypxiea brown in faces burned, The locks bnrned black with sun. The Bell of St. John's. bt isrrrs saimiext. , In a huge an...

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. — 3 November 1875

SEXTLVEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOW'N. bXfTs c'iCvTe ;i Eirr ipiriii axo rioritro. ouio: l'tli Den., tmj. last vear. This year 1 6549 Krp. - IOWA: 21,183 Rep. raj. laid rear. This rear 32,- tsHj Ki p. .,. . MA1XE: 11,307 ftcp. roajin-itr last Tew. This year aslO Rep. NEBRASKA I 10,000 Ron. tmrit Ut vear. This year 12.000 Rep COLORADO: 2,103 Dem. uwj triev last year. Tbia year J3.trtsj Rep. CALIFORNIA : 21 ,222 Dem. ruaj. in Sept. In Ocli bjr 20, 5 Rep. SEW 31 EX ICO: 1,200 Dero. ni joritv lat year. This year kcp. RHODE ISL.tSD; 1)1,740 liep. uwjurity last vear. This year 11,500 Rep. XEVT IIASIPftUIRE; 1,400 Dem. ruajirity last Tear. Tliia year 100 Rep. NORTH CAROLINA ; 13,622 Dew. wsjoritv Lint year.JIJTbi year 12.0U) Ucp. 1.E XTI S V LIViA . I A ; 4 ,679 D-m. majority last year. Tbia year 2-J,0ou iiepiibiicau majority. Glory! Political glory enough for one vear. Now fur IS 70. MA&Hcii tbETTS, MluutSula, .New Jersey and isconsin all riglit ; Mary land and Mississir'd cot all ri...

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

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: ffedacfldar, JSofemb'r 3, 1ST TERMS. ."' Subscription, $1.50 per annnra. Transient advertisement inserted at 60 ,enta per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col on, 10 cent per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to th.e desiring .advertise by the year, half or quarter year- PESK'A. B. BJTIME TABLE.. ON and after Sunday. Sept. 12th. 1876, passenger sraina will leave Mifflin Sta non, I. K. K., as follow EASTWABD. Philadelphia Express 12 43 a m .eit" Accommodation.... 7 28am (Pacific. Express 10 Kim jllarriaburg Accommodation ....11 80 a ni ;Mail i 6 12pm (Atlantic Express 9 15 p m mnwiiD. jPsrifie Express 6 00am War Passenger 10 10 a hi 33 p iu ;Fast Line ft 45 p ni jLewistown Accommodation .... 7 87 p ni ; Pittsburg Express 11 55 p m I Daily, i Daily except Sunday. Caily txctpt Monday. Three trains do not stop at this staticn I Cincinnati Express, west, time here 1 19 s. m. ; Fast Line, east, 2 17 a. ni. ;...

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

AfiVVCTTtTElL. Management of Sheep. A correspon dent jrives some excellent advice in the Countrf Otntleman concerning the tnan agmentof nheep, from which we quote the following: The number of shoep in a summer flock, if the pasture is not rough, there by causing too much travel by the sheep to get their living, may oe as many as the owner can oversee and care for; in the winter not more than I0 should be kent together, and a smaller flock is preferable in every respect. Sheep, if kept in large nocks, do not winter as well, besides wasting more feed in pro portion. As to which breed will stand the greatest amount of cold, probably the Vermont merinoes suffer the leat from cold, but any sheep, if strong and healthy, with plenty to eat, will endure any amount of cold weather if they are only kept in a dry yard and have a dry place to eat and sleep in. Here is the great cause or lallure in many cases muddy yards and leaky sheds, or worse no sheds at all. The best food for sheep I ever u...

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

mm I i 3 WW ! I B. F. SCHWEIER, TES C053TITUTI0H TH1 UXIOB AKJ THE KKTOKCXMEKT OF THI LAWS. Editor and Proprietor TOL. XXIX. MEFFLINTOATN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. NOVEMBER 10. 1875. NO. 45. WW wax BEAUTEFDl THINGS. Iieantifol faces are those that wear it matter but little if dark or fair Wbole-souled honesty printed there. lieantifnl erea are those that abow. Like crystal paiiea where hearth-fires glow, lSeaatiful thought that burn below. JVautiful lips are those wlMae words Leap from the heart like en tigs of bird. Yet wboae utterances prudence girds. ltcantifol bands are those that do Work that is earnest and brave and tine. Moment by moment, the long day through. lltantiful feet are those that go On kindly ministries to and fro lKwn lowliest ways, if God wills it so. Beautiful shonldera are those that bear Ceaseless bnrdens of homely care. With patient grace and daily prayer. Beautiful lire are those that bless Silent rivers of happiness, Wboae hidden fountains bat few may gncss....

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

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFUNTOWN. Wedacadar. HoTennb'r Is), MT B. F. SCHWKIEK, rnrroa r-sopairroa. Hartraaft for the Presidency in 1876. The Republican State Convention of August, 1874, that convened and trsos acted ita business at llarnsburg, pre tented Governor John F. Ilartranft ai a candidate for the Presidency in 1876, iu l tie 14ib resolution m follows : That, entertaining the fullest confi dence io the bigb personal integrity, ability, and statesmanship of Governor John F. Ilartranft, we unhesitatingly present hita tt onr Republican friends throughout lire Union as candidate for nomination to the Presidency in 187G. His blaoteka and eiatted char acter as a men, tis extraordinary abil ity as an administrative office, the parity of bis erivate and pablie life, nl his pfa4id record as a sol dier, all commend him to an enthusias tic aud hearty wpport for a position rM-h be is to well -qualified to adorn." sYbat was declared wy the above res olution by tbe Republican State Con...

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

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: rTednesd ay. Xoy embV IP, it TERMS. Si.bsrriftion. $1.60 per annum, IT paid witLin 13 months ; $2.00 if not ptitl within 12 month. Transient advertisements inverted at 50 ,rnU per inch Tat etch mrrtim. Transient business notices in local coi ning, 11 cent per line tor each insertion. Deduction will be wale to th e desiring advertise by the year, half or quarter tear. PENN'A. B. LTIME TABLE. OX and after Suoday, Sept. ISih, 1H75, passenger r.in will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. K. E., aa follow : , KASTWAED. Philadelphia Express J Lewistown Accommodation Pacific Express...... rlarri.bui-g Accommodation :ail .. ..12 43 am .. 7 28am ..10 02 am ..11 80 am .. 6 12 p w Atlantic Express 9 16 p m , autwiu. Parhlc Express ,1... (flOim jWay Fasenger....... 10 10am M sil . -. . ......,...... 3 Rt p ni Fast Line .................... 6 45 p m ; Lewistown Accommodation .... 7 37 p nj JPittsbnrg Express U 55 p ui Daily. X Daily txetpt Sunday. f ai.'y except Mon...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 November 1875

. - "MUTUAL ENMES." ET W. C BBTABT. Dear ties of siutoal oocnt bind. The children of our feeble race. . And if onr brethren were not kind, Tuia earth were bat 1 weary place. We lean on othara aa we walk Life's twihgbt patba with pitfalia strews And tar ere as idle boaat to talk Of treading that dim path alone. Amid the snare misfortune lavs, - Cneeen, beneath the atepa of all. ' Blest ia the tore that seeks to raise And stay and strengthen those who fall. Till taught by Him who, for our sake. Bore every form of Life's distress. With every passing year we make The anm of human sorrow less. f'lawers for the Pd. When life is over, its battles fought, its hopes, and fears and Borrows ended, and no more need nor opportunity re mains for human cheer and friendliness to kindle the glazed eye or thrill the heart that has ceased to beat, then the elegant casket is provided, and the sweetest and costliest flowers are heaped around. Their language is eloquent of tenderness and sympathy, speaki...

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