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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 2 February 1876

to-. vt B. F. SCHWEIER, TBI C0K8TITUTI0H TH1 CKIOV AVO TBI UtrOBCIMZST Of TBI LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. FEBRUARY 2. 1876. NO. 6. ii". BE CAREFUL WHIT TOO SIT. ri MAKT JIKKISGS. Id speaking of a person's faults, rrmy don't forget jour own. Remember those with homes of glass. Should never throw atone. If we hare nothing; else to do Than talk of those who sin. Yes. better we commence at borne. And from that point begin. We hare no right to judge a man - Until he's fairly tried ; Should ws not like hie company. We know the world is wide. Some may have f salts, and who has cot ? The old a well as young. Perhaps we may. for ou-ht we know. Hare fifty to their one. Til tell you of a better plan. And find it wore full well. To try my own defects to cure Ere other's fault to tell. And though I sometimes hope to be No worse than some 1 know. My own shortcoming bid me let The faults of others go. Then let us all, when we begin To slander friend or fo...

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. — 2 February 1876

SENTINEL & IlEPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOVVN. -WetfnetrdaT. Felrar j 2, 1STC. B.P. SOHWEIEK F.MTOB AXD IlflrCIETOB. Panics Under Democratic Man--; ... agercent. , . . - if Political Parties are to be Held Re sponsible for Panic, the Democratic Party has been a financial Cur to the Country.' -' -- -- The following communication to an exchange paper, without tbe Dame of . the author, presents the dates of the different panic io this country aod tbe part administration! under which tbcv took place, witb the admirable and logi cal conclusion- that if tbe Democratic party propone to bold tbe Republican party responsible tor tbe present busi ness depression, tbej preve themselves to have beo tbe great cuts of tbe conn try, inasmuch at nice-tenths of ajl the past panics took place' under Demo cratic rale, tiid tbe first causes of tbe last panic, and tbe present business de pression, originated in tbe Democratic party. Read carefully what be says, clip the article, pat it away for future referen...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 2 February 1876

SENTINEL' & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: VTedntesday, -PebraarF 3, 18T6. TERMS. Subscription, SiO per annnra, if paid ilt.in It! month ; $2.00 if not paid within 12 month. Transient advertisements Inserted at 50 ct-nU per inch for each insertion. Transient kasineas notice in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions mill be made to those desiring to advertiae by the fear, half or quarter-! year. PENK'A. B. E. TIME TABLE. - K and after Sunday, Nor. 28th, 18 J passenper araina will leave Mililio tion, F. K. K., as follows : KASTWABDl i Sta- Philadelphia Express ....... Lewistown Accommodation. Pacific Express....! w. jHrrisburg Accommodation . JVUU jlAtlantic Express Pacific Express j'War Fiaxenjrer jMari ;Fast Line J Lewistown Accommodation . iHittubiire Express .12 49 am . 7 a ui .10 I9a.ni .11 82 am . 6 12 p ra . 16 p ui . 6 07 a m .10 13am . 8 S ' p m . 6 45pm . 7 41 p m ..12flttm Iteily. X Pailf except Sunday. Caily except Monday. Three trains do not stop at ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 2 February 1876

DESOULTIOl - . ' My Ufa is like the drifunt; wrack. Cut by the wares upon lb abort, Wboee tvokea span and floating deck Tell of toe ahipwreck that o'er, let fruca thoae relica of the atom The anaiiner hia raft will forai Again to tempt the f akhleee aea : But hope rebuilds no bark for dm. Mt Ufa m like toe blighted oak That lift iU aere and witherrd form. Scathed by the bicbtnin'a sodden stroke. Sternly to meet toe oomiiw atom. Yet rouud that aapleae trunk entwine Tbe earlinc tendrils of the Tina, And Efe and freshness there impart ; Not so the passion blighted heart. My lif e ia like the desert rock In the mid-ocean lone and drear, Worn by the wild wares' ceaecleas shock, That rooud ita base their nqiM rear. Yet there the sea moss still will ding; Some flower will find a cleft to spring. And abed aroond ita sweet pert tuna ; For me life a flowers no more will bloom! Cklaeae Arrotsata. A party of Chinese tumblers, lately introduced into the Chinese theater, San Francisco, are indeed...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 February 1876

I! WWW A V xT v vi VJ B. F. SCHWEIER, THE C05STITUTI0H TH1 V5I0H AMD TM I570BCIMEKT OT THJ LAWS. , , Editor and Proprietor. YQL, XXX. : MIFFLINTOAVK JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. FEBRUARY 9. 1876. NO. 6. IF: AIT OLD IAS. The hour far spent, the harvest in. He goes aerene aloof; his ways. Blessed with the sunshine that befalls The Indian summer of his days. A dear old man, whom all men lore, ho lores all men and round Those head, As round the brows of ancient saints, The silver locks of nimbus shed. Just as the sun eomes sifting through The Tiolet Tapors on the hills. Building a land of promise where The vista with new glory thrills. So shines his smile on all he meets, A tender after glow and mild ; He sees the other side of life. And takes it sweetly as a child. For genial as the autumn day That spells us with its soft surprise. Life seems to wait as waits the year. Obeying his benignant eyes. He dreams not of a dark unknown So close at hand, so chill, so drear. The ice cold and snow cov...

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. — 9 February 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFMXTOWN. YTedueaday. February 9. IS16. B. F. SCnWEIElt, imtob axd hopbiito. Republican State lentf ntioa. IlxaitQCABTEBa Himncin State i CoaarrriE, "-- HiBMSBrao, February 1, 1876. ) la pnrsnanee of a resolution of the Re publican State Committee, adopta! at a meeting beld" in Harrubarg tbis day, a Re publican State Convention, to be composed of d.-lefrs'ea from each Senatorial and Rep resentstire district, to tbe number to which neb district U entitled in the Legislature, in hereby called to meet in the city of Har risburg, at 12 o'clock, noon, on WEDNES DAY, MARCH 29, 1."6, for the purpose of nominating an Electoral ticket and ol elec ting Senatorial and Representative dele gates to represent the State in the Republi can National Convention, to be held at Cin cinnati, Ohio, on tbe Hth day of Jane, 1876. By Older of the Committee, HtMT M. IIott, Chairman. A. Wilsos Nobbis, Secretary. A convextio.1 of An ti-Monopolists fu beld at tiarrisburg last week. I...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 February 1876

hjvNTiXEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFL1S iONTX : Wedaewday. February 9. 1ST 6. TERMS. " . f, h Subscription, SM) per annum, if paid witLin VI months ; $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. . j Transient advertisements Inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business noticci in local col umn, 10 cents hue tor each insertion. Pod actions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, Lalf or quarter year. J ' PEKS'A. E. S. TIME TABLE. ON and after Sunday, Nov. 28th, 1875, passenger train will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. K. K., as follows c KaSTWAKU. Philadelphia Express ...12 49 am Lcmistown Accommodation.... 7 'Hi a m $ Pacific Express 10 IV a m JHarrisburg Accouiiuodation ....11 82 am IMail 6 12 p m Atlantic Express . 9 15 p ni WESTWARD. j Pacific Express 6 07 a m j-Way Pasiengcr 9 63 a lu Vail 3 Zi p in IFast Line 6 45 p m ILeiristown Accommodition .... 7 43 p m Pittsburg Express ...12UM a in Daily, i Daily except Sundif. Caily except Monday. Three trains do no...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 9 February 1876

FAITHFUL AMONG THE FAITHLESS. Once ill a while, in thia world so strange. To lighten our sad regrets, We may find a "heart that ia true through change," A heart that never forget. Bat rare aa a roae in December, Am a bird in an Arctic clime. Is a heart that can erer remember. Through sorrow, and change, and time. Once in a while we find a friend That will ding through good and ill : -Whose friendship follows as e'en to the end. Be it np or adown a hilL Bat the heart so trne and the lore so tender. And friendship's faithful smile. Whether we dwell in sadness or splendor. We find but once in a while. Ideal Mem. A treatise upon Meals, in two parts namely, 1. Man' ideal woman; and 2. Woman's ideal man could hardly fail to contain much matter not only in structive to the philosopher, but also in the last degree useful "to persons intending to niarry ;" and we strongly recommend the idea to the notice of any young aspiring author in search of a subject. Tart two will of course be the one ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 February 1876

--wr-? -,-P rf--i-. Vir-.x :' V i... -at-. - . . i - 11 I I I i I 1 II II 111 - I W I II I X II I! Ill III IIIIIIMI III SJ W J I- V 1 1 - - - ; ; ; ' . ' a , a F. SCHWEIER, ... , THK C0NST1TUTI0H TH1 CHIOS ASD TH1 Z5rOKCZX2XT 07 IH1 LAWS. t , ' Editor and Proprietor VOL. XXX. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. FEBRUARY 16. 1876.' NO. til TEI MUSIC OF CHILDHOOD. BT HAM BMOJDW. When I bear tiis water fretting, When I see tlie chestnut letting AU her love) v bkosom falter down, I think, "AIm the dj !" Once, with magical sweet ringing. Blackbird set tin woodland ringing That awakes no more while April bonis wear themselves away. In oiir heart fair hope lay smiling Sweet an air, and all begniliug ; And there hang a niist of blnebella on the elope and down the dell ; And we talked of joy aud aplendor That the year unborn would render ; And the blackbirds helped as with the story, . for they knew it well Piping, fluting. -Bees are bamming ; April's here, and Summer's coming. Dout forget ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 February 1876

SESTIKEL&REPUBUCAH MLFFUSTOWX. ... B. F. SCHWEIM, kMroft aso raopaiiroa. EfpnbUeaa State Convention. HiASQCAiTiai KcrciLicAa Stats 1 COMMITTEE, J Biuoitlt, February !, 187S. ) la pursuance of a resolution of the Re publican State Committee, adopted at a meeting held In Tlarriaburg this day, a Re publican State Convention, to be competed of delegates from eacb Senatorial and Rep resentative district, to tbe nomber to which auch district ia entitled in the Legislature, is hereby called to meet in tbe city of Har riburg, at 12 o'clock, noon, or. WEDNES DAY, MARCH 29, 18. "6, for the purpose of nominating an Electoral ticket and ol elec ting Senatorial and Representative dele gate to represent the State in the Republi can National Convention, to be held at Cin cinnati, Ohio, on the 14th day of June, 1676. By order of the Committee, Bnir If. Horr, Chairman. A. Wilson Noaaji, Secretary. The Centennial bill Las passed the United StatesJSenate. Tbe vote stood 41 fur end 15 against. And ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 February 1876

--law r ana SfcNTlNEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: Wednesday, rfebf 16, 1876. TERMS. Btbacriptioa. $1-50 per annum, if pud witt in IS mouth ; 92.00 if Dot pid within 12 moDthf. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 "cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col .bb, 10 cents per line for each Insertion. Deduction! will be made to th-e desiring so advertise oy the year, half or quarter vear. PEUN'A. K. ILTIME TABLE. OM and after Sunday, Nor. 2?ih, 1875, passenger Brains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, J. K. K., as loliows t BArrwaao. Philadelphia Express 12 49 a m J Lewistown Accommodation.... 7 28am gPaciBc Express 10 19 am Harrisburg Accommodation ....11 82 a m Hail 6 12 pa 1 Atlantic Express 9 15 p m WESTWaBD. r Pacific Express ... a n-r . (WsT Passenger iHail :Fast Line ;Listown Accommodation 968am 5 83 p. in 6 45 p in 7 43 p m 12 IS a ra ;Pittburg txpresa Unify, t Dailn except Sunday. Cailj tccrpt Atonda. Three trains do not stop at this elation t Ci...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 February 1876

DOITT TOUCH HI I "IU scream if you touch me!" Viri.hn.il a pert miaa Whoa lover n aeeking An inoooaot kiee. By this prudish conduct Cold water iu thrown -t The lover drew backward And lot her alone! Til ecream if yon tooch me She hollered once more. He cried: 'I'm not near you !" And found it a bore. She quickly subsided, Grew tender to view. And whispered quite softly : Til scream till yoo do i" Tke (.ladlwlers nr ladta. Aootber sort of combat, much more terrible than those already mentioned, and which is only to be seen nowadays at baroda, is the Xocki-k-koti8ti; that is to say, "fight with claws." Here the combatants, almost naked, bat adorned with crowns and frarlands, tear each other with claws of horn. These claws were formerly of steel, and caused certain death to one or other of the combatants; but they have been abolished as too barbarous for modern times. Those now in use are, as I hare said, of horn, and are fixed on the closed list with thongs. I was only onre present at...

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. — 23 February 1876

- ' , . ., ,1 II I -- .11 - - m - ,1 - I, B. F. SCHWEIER, - THE CON8TITCTIOB THi UMOH AXD TH1 XBFORCIMEST OF THE LAWI. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXX. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. FEBRUARY 23. 1876. NO. 8. ODER THE SNOW. Aii me. m evtea lie. under the nor, The ahronding drifting not ; Etch flower that I Tearad baa bowed ita bead ; Ita eweet bloom w.thired. ita fraifranee fled ; l so loved them, iinnK.and mourn tbem dead Dead nnder Uua Winter enow. Lying beneath it. still and low. Dead! and I loved them ao ! Bat tbe aan bT and by wul melt tba anow. The glittering abroad of anow. And tbe beautiful bad and tbe stately tree Will abed their fragrance aain for me. And mj heart ahull be glad when mj eyea ahall aee My treasures from under tbe anow That my yearning love hath cherished ao, Siae fair in the Summer glow. God' a garden lie under tbe ahrooding aoow. The beautiful, sheltering anow ; And the bu.la that He took from your band and muie. Are but waiting the time when Hia voic...

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. — 23 February 1876

SENTINEL k REPUBLICAN MIFFLLNTOWN. Wedtjerdny. Feb'y S, I8T. B. . SVtt WE IE It, tbfTOB A FBOFRISTOK. Republican State Convention. UsADQCasfz Rarrat.fca Stirs Cvmnrrxt, HXaRniBrao, Fehrmtry , 1876. In pwranance vf a resolution of the Re publican State Committee, adopted at a Hireling heki In Harrishurg tliis day, a Re pubHcaa State Convention , to be composed of drlegates frum each Senatorial and Rep resentative district, to the number to which inch district is entitled in the legislature, is hereby called to meet in the city of Har risburg, at 12 o'clock, noon, on WEDSE3 DAT, MARCH 29, 1876, fur the purpose of nominating an Electoral ticket and oi elec ting Senatorial and Representative dele gates to represent the State in the Republi can National Convention, to be held at Cin-cinewti,- Ohio, on the 14th day of June, 1873.- By Order of the Committee, HsT II. Uorr, Chairman. A . XCttmost Noun, Secretary. Compulsory Education. There is a compulsory education bill in the Legislature. ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 February 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINT0W5: fTtMlnesday. Feb'y a, 18T6. TERM3. Suberipion. $1.60 per annum, if paid within 12 niontlia ; $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisement inserted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notice in local col umn, 10 cent per line for each iniertion. Deduction will be made to Ui.se desiring to adTertiae by the year, half or quarter year. PENR'A. B. ETIME TABLE. OX and after Sunday. Not. 28th. 1875, passenger arains will leave ilifflin Sta tion, P. &. K., as follows : E19TW11D. Philadelphia Express 12 43 a m j Lewistown Accommodation.... 7 2H a in Pacific Express 10 19 a m JHarriaburg Accommodation ....11 82 am Mail 12 p m AUantic Express 9 16 p m WCaTWaKD. 0 Pacific Express 6 07 a m (Way Passenger 9 63am Vsil s 8 33 p in Fast Line 6 45 p m jLewistown Accommodation .... 7 43 pm Pittsburg Express 12 38 a m Daily, t Daily except Sunday. euy txcrpt Monday. Three trains do not stop at thia static n : Cincinnati E...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 February 1876

" OH, LOYI IS SOT A SCMm STOOD.' n itpun wtnait oiuct ' OU, lore ia no a omrorr mood. Nor f7is phantom of the brain, Nor Toothful fever of the blood. Xor drram, nor fata, porcircnmrtancn. Lor is not born of blinded chance, Jior bred in simple ianoruaee. But lore bath winter in ber blood, And lore ia fruit of holy pun. And perfect flower of maidenhood Tree lore ia eteedfeet se the akiea, And once aligbt ehe nerer fliee ; And lore ia strong, and still, eud wise. GctttB A tin. "And ha kens, Marjory, by tliat time somebody inay gie us a lift." Marjory shook ber pretty head. She bad not just now ber lover's hopeful lies: but (die smiled, as she always did, Ht his Scotch accent, glancing up art-h- Iv, and the shake ot the licau was not very discouraging. The two were standing before that mo?sy little cottage at the corner or the lane, just where the sweeping i-hadowg of the great elm flickered over it. 1 hi fottage was Marjory's day-dream a tiny, cozy, flower-clad day-dream, with a good s...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 March 1876

" f ; ' , , - i a I 4 . A It J. . 7 S . : ii ij if sir ; B. F. 6CHWEIER, : ' - . ; - IHI C05STITDTI0H THB BBIQH AHD IB! KSVOBOmST Of f HI LAWS. i ' , t . ; , . ... . ' ; -Ju . Editor and Proprietor. TQL; XXX: r-yr- ; . MITFLI : ! . NO. 9. TWO BT TWO.7 Cp and down this gladsome world we wander. ; Two by two; S ee its sights, and learn its trntha to ponder, Twobytwo; Smiling lads and winaome lassies stand " In life's rosy portals hand in band. ' ' ' As soon as we can walk, ' John takes the road To some Mary's ever-bright abode ; -And prattling Kary molds, of plastic day. Bare pies for Johnny, as they steal away. : . Twobytwo. . '. ,-, Noah filled the ark. onto his foresight giren, 1 Twobytwo; ' And since Che- flood, hare peoples its -owa heaven, ''!. x 'Twobytwo; i The Maudes and Charleys carved on birchen bark. . '..... . Tell ns where lover strayed within the park: Adown the lake at Summer's eventide. Oft times ws see two mimic shadows glide: . . And tell-tale cnrtains tautalice onr...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 March 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFPL1NT0WN. rdaM7. Marcs. 1. 1876- B. P. SO II WE IE It, . tnrro axd nomirroa. BrpubUeaa State UaTeatloa. IIeaoccaktzi RcpcaLiCAJi Stt 1 - Couinit, ITaiissco, February I, 1874. J Ja pursuance resolution of tba Re pcblma State Committee, adopted at a meeting bcld la Hsrrisburg tbti day, a Re publca Stale Convention, to be composed of dVlegates from each Senatorial and Rep resentative district, to the number to which ach district U entitled in the Legislature, Is hereby called to meet in the city of Ilar risburg, at 12 o'clock, noon, on WEDNES DAT, MARCH 29, 1878, for the purpose of nominating an Electoral ticket and of elec ting Senatorial and Representative dele gates to represent the Sutc in the Republi can National Convention, to be held at Cin cinnati, Ohio, on the 14th day of June, 1976. By order of the Committee, IlrxtT II. llorr, Chairman. A. TCilsos Noes is, Secretary. Babcock The Easiness of the Bepablic is Corrupt. Babcock baa been acquitted. Tber...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 March 1876

SETLEL & KEPUBLICAN Wednesday, March 1. 1878' rr"" TERMS. fitbrriptfon.$l-&0 per annum, IT pahl JttV 12 B,t,S 2' U not S1 ithU !ent sdvertisements inserted at 60 ,J,U prr inch for each insertion. ;., Tra"11' inw" ""'ice 'n. local olr jn cents per line tor each Insertion.' ,-, ld actions "ill be made to th. se desiring o advertise by the 2Fer hall or quarter sear- ' FENS' A. E. RETIME TABLE.' al and after Sunday, Nor. tSth. 1875, J "pjK-ncer srains will Lave JtlifUin Sta tion, P-K. K., as follow, t ' KASTWASB. tlhildelpMa Express ...IS 49 am ... 7 2saw ...10 19 a m ...11 82 am -i 6 12 p m 9 14 p m . ijistiwii Accommodation. tpr:tic Express r. Hsrrhburg Accommodation ;ifa V J Atlantic Ex press , WESTWaaD. jtViffc Express (far Passenger :ui ;Fst Line LerisUiwn Accommodation .. . 6 07 a m I .. 9 68 a m , .. 8 HA p uii .. 6 43 p ui .. 7 43 p ui I ..12 2 a in j ;Piliburg impress I btUy. J Paily tlctpl Snnaay. f f ai7 ftaft Honday. jSunday cvniiir. The school exhibits a Thr trains ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 March 1876

TEE S01T OF T LOVES. BT VVflU UU UUIOCM. O. boat of mj lorer, go softly, go safely ; O. boat of my lorer. tbmt bean him from mo! From the borne of the clachan.from the bora, singing sweetly ; . From the loch and the mountain, that heU O. boat of my lorer, go aoftly, go safely ; Thou beared ay soul with thee orer the tide. I said not a word. but my heart it was breaking, For life is so short and the ocean so wide. O, boat of my lover, go softly, go safely ; Though the dear Toioe is silent, the kind hand is gone ; Cat eh! 1ot me, my lorer, and IH lire till I find thee ; Till oar parting Is orer and onr daik days are done. Good Words. A tllttrlBB; Mystery. AVhat becomes of the precious metals? asks an Eastern journal, and then pro ceeds to consider the question, and suc ceeds in throwing much doubt upon it, or, rather, leaving it in just as much doubt as before. The question, "What becomes of all the pins?" has been oft ener asked, perhaps, and has been an swered with about the same il...

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