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

B. F. SCHWEIER, THI COHSTIICTIOS THI TJHKW AHD THS MFOICMETT 07 THI LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. it VOL. XXIX. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., NOVEMBER 17. 1875. "?0. 46. OS THI STUBS. BT J. KKWTBH.. Sewing n over and oyer stum. Sitting upon the stairs. Yellow carls and apron white, . Boar lips, puckered ap tight. Such a frown aha w Such a long orer and over seam,' Such a weary way. Such little fingeia and kinky thread, o many shakings of wis little head, That achea to go to play. ' . ( . Seventeen stain, ao seventeen pins Mark off the aeam with care. ' For every atep ahe haa measured a space And when her needle reaches the place Down she elides one stair." So ahe aewa on to please mamma, Nor stops for anything ; The cat goes to sleep in the entry way, ' Waiting for Bessie to come and play ; ' ' Canary ceases to sing. The long seam done, the last atair reached, Needle and thimble and thread Drop from the tired little angers at last Slumber closes the eyelids fast, Down droops t...

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. — 17 November 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. . vTedwesday. JtwVcntr'r 1T.1ST3 F. SUII WK I Ell, anrroa a9 rtnratrroB. ' Bryn Mawr and " Our Friti." Tbere ia a report in circulation that that ths Crown Prinze "Our Frits" of iluaaia haii, through an agent, offer- ed esveatyfive thousand dollars for! the ue of sai.e large hotel at llrjn j M.wr for the in of himself and suit i n . i i. j , Jnrtnff tli lion iitlllial. It mill dQ tO . tell, as there is io barm to either Prince or Bryn Mawr in it. It my ouly be an advertisement for the rich familirs that live there. It is a eheap one, if it is, for it has been and is still being published throughout the coun try, that the Oown Prince of Russia could not for $75,000 lease the great hotel at Uryn Mawr. The wide thing narors somewhat of story, for tbe rea son that Uryn Mawreiicle love money; indeed tbe place is a moneyed circle, and $75,000, and no trouble to get it, ia no enall sum for even Uryn Mawr. It ia quite a question whether it is not as mu...

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. — 17 November 1875

jESIiyEL & REPUBLICS mrFLINTO WN : fTedneaday, Mwwemb'r it, 1ST terms. ; rrT- Su'oseription. $1 JW per annum, if paid . wittin IS months 5 $2.00 if not pud within 2 months. Transient advertisements inserted at CO ,ral per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each Insertion. Deductions will be made to th.e desiring 1 advertise by the year, half or quarter vear. PENN'A. E. BTIJiE TABLE. ON and after Sunday, Sept. 12th, 1875, passenger srains wUl leare Mifflin Sta tion, P. K. R., as follows : AST w a as. Philadelphia Express ....,..,',.12 it a m J Lewtstowa Accommodation..,. 7 28 a in Pacific, Express ..1002am :HarrUburg Accommodation ....11 80 a m : 6 12pm I Atlantic Express 915 pm WKJTWABB. Pacific Express Ou a m ;War Passenger. 1010am S 34 p m :Faat Line 6 45 p m iLewistowa Accommodation .... 7 87 p m Pittsburg Express 11 55 p m I Vail, t Dailv arnmpl Snndf. i Caily tietvt Monday. Thrte trains do not stop at this station : f...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 November 1875

. DROUGHT. ' . For nun, for rain the parched land cry. Reproachful to the cloudlets aky. The hot white field in light are blinking. The mere in their bode art, ehrinking. For rest, for rest the weary cry . ' That watch from dark to dawn the sky ; A little sleep their fcmU are craving. A little rest from ceaseless raring. God gives in His good time the rain. And sends the sick man peace for pain ; Bat while we wait His gracious sending. Alas! the sad days seem unending. Yet, when the evening comes, the dew Brings to the fields a fragrance new ; And loTing smiles at day's returning , t ill soothe awhile the sick man's yearning. (ialmry. Wsrk ad Idleaesa. " An interesting arr by Dr. Samuel Wilkes, pIiysiH.iii to Gny'g hospital, liit laU-ly appeared in the Jsinret, on Life at High I'ressnre," ami the effects gen erally of the overstrain to whit-h public and otlier uien are often exposed in these times. Without entering on par ticular cases, each of which must be re garded on Its own mer...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 November 1875

vr I B. F. SCHWEIER, THE OOHSTITCTIOS THI U5K)S A5D TBI K5F0BCIMEKT OF THI LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. I vol. xxix II MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., NOVEMBER 24. 1S75. NO. 47. THE JACKIL'S PRATES. S HOI I U I OT FABLE. A chicken, wandering far and Hide, Soon ssw a jackal at its aide ; And though, for safety, belp was sought, The sill; sauntcrer was caught. Then said the chicken to the beaut, Prayer always cornea before a feast ; The hite mao doth some grace repeat Before each meal or will not eat" "I should not, friend, object to pray If I knew now. 8 bow me the way." The chicken said : "Now, understand When you !gin. fold hand with band." The jackal followed oat with care This brief .advice, and offered prayer. Then spoke bis guide : '-Your words are right, Itnt prayers of faith, and not of sight, We bow our beads unto the ground. Nor look above, nor gaze around ; Aud so. if you are good and wise. You'll pray once more and dose your eyes." So doing as his prompter bade. The ...

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. — 24 November 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN , IIIFFLISTOH'N. tVedaetday. Snemb'r 24,173 li. F. SUII WE I Ell, KDITOE AS raopsirroa. Southern Pacific Eailroad $70, C00 000 Indorsement- It Should not become a:Party Measure, . : Tbe men who are at the bead of tbe movement lo' propose tbat tLe Congress of tbe United States pass such mea sures tbat endorsement of tbe Govern ment be secured to tbe amount of sev enty Bullions of dollar f-r the comple tion of a Southern I'sciCc railroad, are frank en.inj.li to give the greatest pub licity to their contemplated movement, even to tbe ob.iIiing of tbeir names. They seem to entirely ignore tbe fact tbat but three short years ago, during tbe late Presidential campaign, one of tbe great points cf denunciation tbat tbe Democratic party dwelt on was the past governmental aid to projects simi lar to the one under consideration. The management of the new enter prise with ibis fact in view are not dis courged. There is to be no secresj abont it. They eipect to ask plai...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 November 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: vrednesdaj.flfoYemb'r 34.UT3 TERMS. .-- Subscription, $1.50 per annum, if pud within 12 moot hi ; $2.1KJ if nut paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 . ents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local eol nmn, 10 cent per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be made to th.se desiring advertise by the fear, half or quarter vesr. PENN'A. B. RETIME TABLE. AN and after Sunday, Sept. 12th, 1875, v passenper srains wm leave Mitt! in Sta tioti, P. K. K., as follows : KaSTWABD. Pbtlsdelphla Express 12 43 a m ; Lewistown Accommodation.... 7 28 a in Pacific Express l4 10 02 a in JHairtsbnrg Accommodation ....11 80a m I Mail 6 12pm J! Atlantic Express . Vlopio WESTWABD. J Pacific Express t Way Passenger .......... tMail JFast Liue ............... t Lewistown Accommodation Pittsburg Express ......... . 6 0U a m .10 lOim . S 83 p ni . 6 45 p ni . 7 87 p m .11 65 p lu t Daily. Daily tier pi Smutty f forty exc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 November 1875

Dmi-TERIISS. sr ma. r. icm Wherefore, Fraaia, do 70a lit. While tbe idle moments flit, With yoar hands upon your knee. Is a dream j reverie ? Toward the zenith dimU the aua. And yonr work M aearoe begun ; Ton forget the bonaebold weal. Leering thorn your arinning-wbeeL Ton were wont to apin all day. Caroling a measure gmr ; Thinking with a merry heart. Of apart in which yoa'd bear a part ; Happy that your work would win Pretty cloth ee to drees yoa in. What haa made yonr light tnoORUU ateal From the silent spinning wheel ? Beaaie, since yon wont oonfesa, . lour sweet eecret I can gnesa ; When a maiden aits apart. Lore is biding in her heart : ' When abe looks afar and sigha, Lore ia using both her eyea ; Listening to yonng lore's appeal. Forgotten ia her apwning-wheeL Ah. sweet Beanie, apt to break. Are the draam-thieada that yon male ; Yet aoma time yoa mast begin. Fragile woofs of nope to apin : Nerer maiden fair and leal Bang and tamed her epinning-whecl. Bat a lover, eome bright...

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

n o -1 B. F. SCHWEIER, THB COHSTITtmOS THI TO105 ATO IHI ESFOBCEMEKT OF TUZ LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXIX. MIFFLINTOWN; JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNAr. DECEMBER 1. 1875. NO. 48. MY VANISHED PAST. ! wQl write on the tomb of my vanished put Thie ia the "nevermore Hers lies the sunshine too bright to last, Thia was the golden shore. Thia was toe land of the poet'a song. Thia waa the artiat'a dream ; Here were the flowera love dwelt among. Here was life'a fairest gleam. Thia waa a heaven come down below. And in it waa left God'a smile ; Yet bow most the green grass orer U grow, It lired each a little while finch a htUe while, like an island bright. That has risen far oat at sea. Which on some morrow we find the night Has changed to a memory. A memory mine, one that sadly thrills ; And of times I wesnly pray That it may again, if it be God's will. Come back to my hfs some day. But it cannot come. Ob. my dead, dead past ! Too are ailent foreTer and still ; Bat the sunset glories that fad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 December 1875

SENTINEL k REPUBLICAN : SHFFMIfTOWN. Wedaesdajr, December 1, 1873. BrFinfTEirr ' tMrui m rmramdi. il The Codfish Aristocracy of Ene - - - land Denounca the Queen. The reigning families of Europe and tie old world value themselves more un account of their blood their aiices-j try than on account of their power a rulers. Their whole aristocracy pro Cesses to saud on that basis. Tbej profce tit hate within theuisIves tbe virtue of iuin,and few of hi vicea. Virh-si stopping to examine their preteiiaiB as to the virtue! aod vicea, it r not eat of place to note the fact (bat birt a lew dart ago the tbe (Jueen of England, ont of respect to a most faithful servant of ber home bold, attended the ftrneret of tbe father of the man iu ber immediate aervice. The nun who died wit a Scotch farmer of quite limited means, but of good blo'd, and, a a conoueuce, when his sin became attached te the household of the Queen tbe boy manifested bis blood and served the head of (he nation with tbe enr(ey at:...

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

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN M1FFLINT0WN: fTc4acday. Dtccmkcr 1, 1873. TERMS. - Subscription, $1.W per annum, if paid wittin 12 months; $2JW if not paid within 12 months, i Transient advertisements inserted at 50 crnt per inch fur each insertion. Transient business notice in local col umn, 10 cents per line Tor each insertion. Ird actions will be made lu th. ee desiring lo advertiae by the year, half or quarter ear. PENIS' A. B. RETIME TABLE. ' g S and after Sunday, Not. Stith, 1870, J passenger araiua will leave Mifflin Sta iw, r. K. K., aa lolkiw. : KASTWAKD. t Philadelphia Exprra 12 a ra ; Lewtstowa Accommodation.... 7 a a lu (Pacific txpreas ,..IOIVm ;llarrUburg Accommodation ....11 82 am :Uail 6 12 p m I Atlantic Exprce ..... 9 16pm - - VtltlTAt. Pacific Express ............... 6 07 a m J.Way Passenger 10 13 am Jil aUpia ;Kat Liue 6 45pm JLearaiowa Accommodation .... 7 43 pm ;Pittburg txpress 12 a lu - S IWv. t Dailf txctpl Smaday. i ail wxcrpt jeeaaay. Tbroe (raina do not atup at...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 December 1875

HATraTBJ. A reset face foflowe tarn where'er I go, And will not be pot by A face with heavenly beauty ao aglow, I cannot wonder why ' KotI, my heart, not I! It saakea for ana the nearieat bnrdana light, Wbea griefs beeet my breast. It eomee to me and will not take ita flight, -Bat eosthee me into rest. This vision bright and blest, It goes with me through all the thorny way -Wherein my footsteps wend, It brings me sunlight in the darkest days. And will onto the end Be an ali-helpfal friend. - i It haante me in the city's careless crowd ; With peace ita eyes are rife ; It calla to me above the tarn alt load Above the petty strife Of this poor little life. Its white bands beckon me by night and day. Fain would I follow on ; But wedded is my soul to its dull clay. And I am weak and worn A bruised reed forlorn. Im arf stall read Aerldeata. The assertion has a strange, at first, indeed, almost a bar-.li ami brutal sound, and yet It U unquestionably true, that, ho far a the general welfar...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 December 1875

IS h B. F. SCHWEIER, THS CONSTITUTION TH1 UNION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXIX. MHTLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., DECEMBER 8. 1S75. NO. 49. S? it! I MOTHER'S OLD ETCHES. Bow sweet to my eight wee my mother's old alienee, Aa prompted bv hunger. I entered therein The kettles sod eauee-pans they looked so be- wuauiig, And s hslo of glory surrounded the tin. The beg of old Jarsthe coffee-mill br it. The tes-nrn sod caddy on shelf just abore ; The Jar of nice pickles, snd all the good rio tuaia. And the juicy mince-pies which so desiiyl lore. The tender-crnat pies, the spky mince-pies. The sweet, juicy pies which so dearly I lore. My mother's old kitchen wss always the haven Where in childish distress I pot in for relief; And the tablets of memory will ever be graven With the pastry eoof osteons that smothered my gnez. How eager I'd teaae. while mother waa malrinv A squirrel-shaped pattie, or sometimes a uore ; And with lips that were watering, I'd wa...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 December 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFUNTOtt'N. Wednesday. Decembers, 1ST5. B. F. SCH WEI EH, emtob ai riomncroa. Religion and Schools, Under the Republic President Grant and Ei-Speaker Blaine on the Ques tions Constitutional Amend ment to Meet the Case. The questions of religion asd schools luve become so hi xed in, this country thit they are drifting before flu people an grat public questions, likelv in tbe near future to ce great agitation. Tbe thinking mind of the Nation is al ready closely directed to the question. But a abort time ago President Grant deemed these questions of sufficient importance to found a speech on them, which he delivered in lewa. The ejreeh ha been discussed by the first intellects of the civilized and learned world, and in the main bas been pro nounced correct or sound. The sub stance of it is that as the common schools and churches are organized in ibis country tbey peneraU conflict for ascendancy, or when more definitely stated to meet tbe uppermost case of tb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 December 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFKLIXTOWN: We dm end ay. December . 18T. . TERMS. . Subscription, $1.50 per annum, If paid ittin 12 months; $2.00 if not paid within IS months. Transient advertisements inserted at 0 cU per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local eol nmn, 10 cents per Hne for each Insertion. Drdoctiona mill be made to th ae desiring to advertise ttj the rear, half or quarter year. PENN'A. B. TIME TABLE. ON and after Snndar, Nov. 28th. 1875, passenrer arains will leave Mifflin Sta- iiwn, r. It. as follow i rirrwAao. Philadelphia Express 12 49 am JLewi.town Accommodation.... 7 2 a m $rcibc Express 10 19 am JHamaburr Accommodation 11 82 am 6 12 p is ;aii ) Atlantic Express .. 9 15 p m M ITio. i rscuic express twin JWay Passenger 10 18 a m Mail 3 34 p u .Fast Line 6 45 p m Lewistown Accommodation .... 7 43pra .Pittsburg Express 12 2K a m I Daily. I Dailu tavepl Sunda). tailf xrrpr Mouaay. Three trains do not stop at this statirn : Cincinnati Express, west...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 December 1875

TIE HOUR GLASS. BpuUing, flawing downward. Merrily drop the sands. Wails the golden bonis so gaily pan, Amid rose, and lily, sod soft green grass ; Wherefore ao eager to torn tbe glass, Ob ! dimpled babi-hssde ? Glittering, nhii downward. In the glow of tbe April eon. Ab ! aweet white finger, and ekr-bloe eyes. And ebeeks aa rosy aa western akiea ; Tut pity in Yon the first Paradise Tbat tbe sands so swiftly run ! Stealing forerer downward. Gray tinging their virgin gold. Pukes still quiver, and hearts still beat. Bat the road grows bard for tbe tired feet ; Barely tbe eky bad mora warmth and beat, And tbe sands showed brighter of old ! Drooping drearily downward, Tbe evening is well nigh o'er, Tbe brightest and best the river nave crossed, Tbe bolt is snot and tbs venture lost ; Tbe bark on tbe last long wave tossed, Tbe glass needs to turn no mors. AS The Year Round. aWr.se er Ike EIhtrBta Cwatary. Philosophy was once supposed to be the fltronjr point of the eighteenth cen tury, b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 December 1875

B. F. SCHWEIER, THX C05STITDTIOH TH1 TOWS AHD IH1 K9Y0KCIHZKT OF IH1 LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXIX. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., DECEMBER 15. 1875. NO. 50. AKGELUS. bt trui gooupor. Softly drops th crimson sun ; Softly dawn from overhead. Prop the bell note ooe bj oue. Melting in the melting red. Call to angel ears unsleeping. "Day is done ; the nujht is dread ; Take the world in care aod keeping. "Set the white robed sentries dose, Wrap our want and weariness In the surety of re puoe ; . Let the ahiuing Preaen::-. Bearing fragrance on their wingn. Stand about our beds to blcas. Fright away all evil thing. ' "Bays of Hun whose shadow pour Through dark Uvea a brimming glorr. Float oer lonesome woods and rooms ! ' Float above the pillows hoary ! Sbine through niht and storm and sin. Tangh-d fate and bitter atorr. Guide the lout and wandering in." Kow the last red ray is gone, Now the twilight shadows hie ; Still the bell notes, one by one. Drop and spread and seek the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 December 1875

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. VTedneadar, Dceaibr IS, IT 'F.,scinyuiEu,' eu:tu aso ravsaicroa. Bishop Haves and President Grant Some dajs ago, at a meeting in Bos ton, Mass., l':liop Haven cf the M. E. Church siiJ : " I believe tbat Presi dent Grant is the onlj nan wbo could coorjner the enemies of American Free dom. If we (brow Lint overboard we should regret it !" The Bishop farther continued : ' I herewith, in tbe name of the American people aud true Chris tianity, ao-uisate Uljsses S. Grant, onr present worthy President tod defender, to a third term in tbe office of Presi dent of the United States." Tbe Bishop's motion was seconded and unan imous! carried. If Bishop Haveo belonged to some kingly establishment, bis eo!ogj of President Grant as the "only man who can conquer tbe cxetuiee of American Freedom," would be in perfect keeping with the true Coortier; each language is expected, and indeed is trne when applied to the head of a reigning family. In sncb a ease, it is...

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

! VTIVEL & KEPrgLICAX ..k.ii. l" ' " I " ; i, r..'t . aTintim. If rt-iiH I- 1 - ..i... Si.HJ if u; tui within i I i4.t I - I - j TZZrZT I business notices in local col ,rv' - iine tor each insertion. .lt'C""r.. wiU I made ttt th e desiring ' . 1 r tne year, na.. or q.nror UP vJj'A. B. RTIME TABLE. -i .ii.t Sundae, Xor. 28ih. 1875, Uptw V U. B., lol.ow. : '' , 11" .. I ...... u:rtii - Ub 10 19 a u PeoJrt F,re Irnce Company of Penn- !PjC'a:. lniimllion....ll32ainiJ"lTD' Tut the Qte of William R i.. jrtwm'- 6 12im'.nd J,.h- T n . ' jTUC .:. Vrnrfl! r i VLi ' 4nan Al.nlln'1"", ; p m ! 43 p in ; 12 2 a m ! f- i ' An action t. recover the talue of a horse .'d t -top at this statlr. : S1'"iff Kot claimed by ''1' EJir"S wt- lue bKre 1 ; l',a,ntlir- Continued. 7m liie ealt 2 27 a. m.; lay Ex- John T. Xletlin v. Mifllin Bridge Com ,fn, 1 P "'- Actioa to recover the value of a , . . co ,nl 'ell through the bridge during the , . ' . r I. I., tl.- C.f .-. I I net!!! " ' " - - " 1 Li tHii 1 j...

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

ONLY 1 FIRS. Only a fem, a leaflet of gold ; A tiny spray, fragile and i Close to ny heart I fondly bold, Tbis pnciooa relic of days Bon fair. In a lone ravine 'neaUi tree and Tine, Close it grew to the river abore ; There the low, aid moaning of the pine, like an echo answer the ooean'a roar. In that sweet spot; 'neatb bending bonghs, From all the busy world apart, In answer to my tender tows. She plaoed this fern abore my heart. Long years bars passed ; and she that gars Has gone from me forerermore ; No more I see the dark pines ware. Or hear the distant billows roar. Bat on my heart I lay the fem. My weary heart BO worn and sore ; And o'er the lore, and o'er the fern, I drop the tribute of a tear. TaJwe's Pletsir f Married Lire. A vounz man has married a Parisian beauty. Before the was married, her life was confined to this seeing her friends, paying visits to five or six grave people, behaving herself properly in drawing-room, playing upon the piano, Stc. She continues this lif...

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