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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 12 April 1876

i , S ! if I) -r J 1 'I it.! ti - 1 THE OOHSTITCTIOll THJ WHOS-AHD TM ISFOBCMCEKT OF IH1 IAWS. , Editor and Proprietor. B. F. WHWEIER, tol: xxx. . MIFFLINTOWN, TONIATA C0UK1T, PENKA APRIL 12, 1876; ; NO. 15. si ; . , ; . -. ' - . ' ' ' - A SOKG OF THE EARLY ADTDlTf. bt a. w. a. When in late summer the streams run yellow. Buret the bridges and spread into bars ; When berries are black and peacbea are mellow. And hills are hidden by rainy haze ; When the golden-rod ia golden still. Bat the heart of the sunflower is browner and sadder ; When the corn is in stacks on the slope of the hill. And over the path elides the striped adder. When butterflies flatter from clover to thicket. Or weve their wings on the drooping leaf. When the breeze comes shrill with the call of the cricket . Grashopper's rasp, and rustle of aheaf. When high in the field the fern leaves wrinkle. And brown ia the grass where the mowers hare mown. When low in the meadow the cow-bells tinkle. And hrookleta crinkle o'e...

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. — 12 April 1876

4 f WIFFUNTOVVJI. WtfflMar. April f MTS.' B K. S C H W K 1 It x ! Tr"cy "', w",,w iy - ,,. . . . . - ' ' j had tlwwateaed seeraj fhaes to ICatt him". rrwr. iM..iif. j j , fc w a ,ttelBpt. ;MirccTKi-T Th. doe'"i,0Iin,hr ,hret eieeutlon, with II., PatrM head ft editorial of rejoicing on i " n:uU att U,ud- the rcrt, 4eiM In ! Nutmeg State, in j n th" mornin the " ob the whirl, the Democracy sustained a loss on t'u1'lu FenaylvaoU RailiW, foOr tJt year'. majority of about 20Oj The ! mik of Cumberland, aa engine draw. IVwder Puffer t evidently easily filled with ! mt coal ear ran off th track, taking enthusiasm.,' TtaU isonly Datnral, however. ' WheY. there t much wind, there Is little ti...m f.r anytVuut ,bw. '' " ! Ll year "r-Bermrlt wa. elected Governor j rf Ciiitetcnt by Vi::i majority. This I year be aa tf Unrtt 3 showing a Rrpuh- ; iican gain f aiwtit ,!. The condition of tne uemoeracy a aesperau, .run. UlBt COlnmaroial IrawllcrdW thiii they em to be rktravUuf cruiab tf , . , . , . ...

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. — 12 April 1876

- X r-'- 1 . ' L :? r- -a-1 ' '-i --'"" Si' t -gsTS,'"F-- SS ftt: -y ' , - " ssswssBSBSssBjsSswasS) a. , aw . k. SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN: W4sf.Uy. April li, tSTt4 TERMS. Subscription, S1.&0 per annum, W paid itLin 12 months j ri.m If not paid within 13 months. Transient advertisement inserted at 60 tents per inch for each insertion. Transient hiiHinMiM nnfir.es in local rol. bhm, 10 cents per line for each Insertion. Deduction will be mad to those desiring to advertise or the year, half or quarter rear, PENN'A. fc. R. TIME TABLE. O- X ana after Sunday--, ttor. IRth, 1B75, passenger wains Will leave Milliin Sta tion, 1. R. K., it follows : kaSTWARI. t Philadelphia kipress It 49 a w I Lewlatwwa Accommodation..,. 7S8am Sl'acittc Express........... tHarrisburg Accommodation .Mail f Atlantic Express WESTWjaP. Pacific Express VYav Passenger. .......... ;Mail IFaat Line ;Lewitawa Accommodation : jPitt-bnrg Express ...-..-.-..i ..10 19 a m .til HO - mi .. TJ IK p m r a-i ....

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 12 April 1876

V . : . " ........ SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN) Tbotna Tracr, af Cartfroji ille, darairbtar aix nut W4iiT. April tt It t 'iit V. SCH VlEXctk ?rth many things Gjjuioii CiKCTiciJota tba futuzw batrow, Ki aatrrahow tha pmr of kings. Or aaa-hat oobms to-morrow r To-day the victor flaunts tha 1 And deema tha earth too narrow. Disease, perhaps, may atop the breath. ao hand oan stay old time, and death, ' Perhapa twill come to-morrow. To-day ia then the giTen day. For death' unerring arrow Hay torn the proudest into elsy, And who could for aalratioo pray. If death ahould OOBM to-morrow ? Then leave the worldly thonghta awhile, Tie better to poaeeae than borrow. To-day might free na from all gnfla, And Heaven'a reeenciling mn Hay give na Joy to-morrow. la Sorrel A garret is like a sea-shore, whose wrecks are thrown up and slowly go to pieces. It la a realm of darkness and thick dust, and shroud-like cobwebs, and dead things they wrap in their gray folds. There is the cradle which the old man ...

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. — 19 April 1876

4 f-feJj Jf ill i' mm wm. i ii iii i ii 0. F. SCHWEIER, THK CONSTITUTION TH1 VKIOIUJLBI) IM XBf OBCEMENT Of TH1 LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. yOU XXX MIFFLrNTOWN, JTOOATA COI&TY, PENNA.. APRIL 19. 1876. NO. 16. M A 1 mm WW -OXLT A PEELER." BT BABVET HO ARB. )oghily tossed her golden head. iar.pritl apoor-o-;. jkJrff J- ta "H"" boose! jtaw , printer ! and when he nought th riches might hT bought, iqaxl "So!" was ner cornfal reply, rjth D ailed Muiie b1" marked the sigh Wtk.hich, lameotnR. he turned away. &U 4, to flirt with; but tell me, pray, c think I'd tatnx a workingman ' jjj not to marrr a Count I caa." Jt. printer r Bat after d" w , walking in devious ways they have traveled in daye of old, Kfi mjiaing posts that they did not hold. a printer I" The years sued past, jnltaoorB came to the typo fast. printer!- at last had come kg, ii heirship of quite a aum ; foliowinc the bent of a printer's mind Tortzw it 'hey are all inclined, jo odi how oPPy bome- foleaw it. in foreign ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 19 April 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN WIFFLWT0W5. WedBMdar. April 19, 1ST. B. F. SCIIWKIElt, . svrroa ax raor-aia-roe. Eefora in the Lower House of the Legislature. One of tbe many iniquities of tbe Lower Ilouie of the Legislature at Har risburg was the disgraceful passage of the IWm L5i!l. So manifest was tbecor raption in it, tb.it before the Senate, to which it had bwn messaged, could act, waa asked to return it to the House, so that the bill should be strangled there. To Icaro how a Democratic officer of that body all the officers of that branch of the Legislature are Demo crats waa concerned in the iniquity read the testimony as published else where id thia issue. When the present House waa elected it was given out that reform should be the watchword of the Democratic House, and that it would prove a God-teud to the State. Alas ! for the watchword and the God-send. The watchword waa a snare, and the rend was from the other region. Bat wait till all has been told, and then learn of the deep...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 19 April 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFKLIXTOWN : n l9 TERMS. Stbseription. $1.W per nnom, if paid wittin 12 months ; $2.00 if not pud within 12 months. Transient advertisements Inserted at 50 'u prr inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col mso 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be nude to thae desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter vear. PENN'A. E. BAILIE TABLE. OX and after Sunday, April 16ih. 1876, passenger train will leave Milllia Sta tion, V. K. K., as follow, s KasTWAao. IPtilanelj.lila Express 12 64 am Pacific Express Johnstown Kxjiess ...... til Atlantic Express ' WISTW1BD, ...10 00 a m .11 22 am . ti 09 p m . 9 15 p in fPittobnrff Express Pafific Express (Way Fssenger iail ;F Line tLewistown Accommodation ....1222am .... i2m ....10 (Wim 3 28 p in .... Hfipm .... T 43 p m Daiiy. t Pail txrrpt Sunday, f tail except iunday night. Daily trcept Mon- If you Lave a farm to sell, k bouse to sell, at Private Sale, the quickest wsj to obt...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 19 April 1876

AGKICriTTRlL. RaIbixg Giupes. Grapes do best says a writer, near a river.Iake, or the ocean the moisture in the atmosphere In such places being very beneficial. In uch locations many varieties flourish, which would be a failure elsewhere. Hybrids possessing foreign blood often grow well in such localities, when they fail in other places. Grapes also grow bet ter where there is lime naturally in the soil. If w plant a vineyard where the well water is all soft, there is much more danger of a failure than where the water is hard ; but still, as I said, I claim that purely native grapes, and none others, can be made to grow well in any soil. - In the first place, the land must be in a highly fertile state, just as one would make it to produce a very good crop of corn, and uothing more; and the same manure that is used for corn, or garden vegetables, is good for grapes; but if commercial fertilizers have to be re sorted to finely ground bone dust is the best. The old idea that land must ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 April 1876

1 VIII TVrrtS-VCV mm B. F. SCHWEIER, THX 00HSTITCTI08 TH1 UXI05 AHD IH1 XKFORCZMENT OF THI LAWS. " . , Editor and ProprlertOil. YQIXXX. MTFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. APRIL 26, 1876. NO. 17. i :3 TEE QUEEN OF THE ORXKlT'ELim Oh. the Qneen of the Orkney Islands, She's traveling over the eft ; She's bringine a rattle-fish with her. To play with my babj and me. Oh. his bead is three miles long, dear ; His tail is three miles snort : And when be goes oat, be wriggles his snoot In s way that do cuttle-fish ought. Oh. the Qneen of the Orkney Islands, She rides on a sea-green whale. He takes her a mile, with an elegant smile. At every flip of his tail. Oh. the Qneen of the Orkney Islands, She dresses in wonderful taste ; The sea-serpent coils, all painted in oils. Around her bee-yatiful waist. Oh, her gown is made of the green sea-kale. And though she knows nothing of feet. She can manage her train, with an air of disdain, In a way that is perfectly sweet. Oh. the Qneen of the Orkney...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 April 1876

lJl..;c- 1. f I', r-if hi I ! i 1 3ENTLEL& REPUBLICAN MtrFLLVTOWN. Wednesday. Arll 36, iSTfc. F. SCHWElEll, EDiToa rtorairrn. President Grant ad the Sscret Service Fund All gofernnrenCs Lave what is called a "Secret Service Fundi Br recent sworn testimony before an investigating committee at Washington it appears that President (Jrant rerjaeMeit regularly authorised oflk-ials to pay oat $30,000 fif the Secret Serrice Fund of this Hot eruuient to men ertployed in Philadel phia and New York to register the votes called in tbe country assessing. President Gfrant ordered tbe payment uient of tbe above mentioned Mini when he was told that the aitonnt regularly appropriated for the registration of voters bad all been expended and did not pay for the work. Under the law be has the right to use the Secret Ser vice Fund for the payment of just claiaie-not provided for by appropria tion. If the claims for the assessment or regi.str.tion of voters was not proper, 1 then tbe responsibility ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 April 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: VTedaeadaT, April , ltt6. TERMS. Subscription. $1.50 per annum, if paid iU.ln IS month ; $2.00 if not paid within 12 month. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 Cents per inch for each invert ion. Transient bnsineM Hotter in local col limn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to thc desiring to advertise by the fear, half or quarter tear. PENN'A, B. RETIME TABLE. VN' and after Surrdav, April 16ih, 1876, V passenercr trains will lea e Mifllin Sta tion, 1'. K. K., as follows : eastwakb. tPhiladelphia Expren 12 Slim J l.rnistown Accommodation. ... 7 43 a tu (Pacific Express.. ..... 10 00 am J Johnstown tiprvi 11 22 a m :MU 6 09 p m Atlantic Express 9 15pm WESTWARD. tPittsburg Express 12 22 a Pacific Express 6 02 a ni War Passenger. 10 00 am ;aii 8 28 p m ;Fast Line ........ 6 45pm ;Lewistown Accommodation .... 4 4.i p 1 Daily. J Daily ex rent Sunday, t taily except Sunday night. Daily txctpi Mon- diy. If jou have farm ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 April 1876

APRIL . I listen for the Totca of song. And hear a mora or in the trees Of April in a fitful breeze. Who says the (rowing wings are strong. Bise! Burn thy winter robe to-day ! Thus did the poet Omar sing: The Bird of Tune is on the wing. He flatters bat a little way. Behold the dawning of a rojoe ! Hold hard the sorrow of thy heart. For mnsie keener makes the smart ; The singer waits not on our choice. In the new dawn I hear his note ; He lingers while the roses blow. Then goes oh, where ? I do not know On what bright wares my darlings float. Harper's Magazine. Esperleaceef a Bill CMlecter. "In mv younger days," paid Mr. Ma guffin, "I was at one time a collector a bill collector. At first I had a good deal of trouble finding a place. There's a prejudice against young collectors, you know. The keen, experienced debtor handles them very easily. A glass of beer, a cigar, or cheaper and better yet, a little judicious flattery, and the young man goes back and re port, Cant get anything o...

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 May 1876

' , A' 4 i 111 '. v-';'. ti. ' ' "4 '(- ' . ' B. F. SCHWEIER, ' 1 ' THE CONSTITUTION TBI ONION AND THK INfORCEMEST OF THB LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. YOL. XXX. NO. IS. A MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. MAY" 3. 1876. i i n WILD ROSES. bt zdqab Tiwcrrr. On lone serene midsummer days Of ripening fruit and yellowed grain. How aweetlr. br dim woodland way. In tangled hedge or leafy lane. Fair wild rose thickets, too unfold Those pale pink stars with hearts of gold ! Tonr sleek patrician sisters dwell On lawns where gleams the shrubs trim bosk. In terraced gardens, tended well. Near pebbled walk and quaint kiosk. In costliest urus their colors rest ; They beam on beauty's fragrant breast ! But yon in lowly calm abide, Scarce heeded sara by breeze or bee ; Ton know what splendor, pomp, and pride Full oft your brilliant sisters see ; What sorrow, too. and bitter fears ; What mad farewells and hopeless tears ! How some are kept in old. dear books. That once in bridal wreaths were worn ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 May 1876

1 I V til r ii : i. 3EHTIflEL& REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWW. May , HTC. .. s u imve1"eTi7 (arrow ab r-sorsirroB. Ii. SoTcrmnent by Detectives. Coder the above beading the New Hork Daily Graphic writes that the DewecrMs in tbe House have made an important innovation in oar political system. Once government by the peo ple was tbe Democratic watchword. It was under its magi: spell that tbe Dem ecracy rose to power nnder Jefferson and governed tbe country for a quarter ef a century. Then they gave as tbe Jacksooiaa programme of government by party. Under bis energetio leader ship they inaugurated the 'spoils' ays tens, which has demoralised oar eivil service and bad such a disastrous effect n politics generally. Now tbey have introduced a still more questionable de vice, which may be called government by detectivest. The system is ingenious and unique. Tbe Democratic House of Representatives bas virtually re solved that it is Congress, and that Con gress is the supreme power in tbe land. ...

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

'i SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : TTedMcuday. May , Ht6. TERMS. Subscription, tJft per udub, if paid within 12 months ; $2.00 if not paid ml thin 12 months. Transient advertisements Inserted at 60 . Cents per inch for each Insertion. Transient baiinrn notices in local eol nmfi, 10 cents pcf line for each insertion. Deductions will be male to th.se desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter rear. PENN'A. B. B, TIME TABLE. Here ia an article for housekeepers : The Scientific America asserts that a little soap lather mixed with (he starch will prment the flat iron from stick in; to linen, and gives the floss so conspicuously absent in the homeLwndrted article. Easily tried. " ones asked bis yoang hopeful just from the Sunday-school why Pharaoh killed the boy babies and did not touch the girls "Cause be wanted to get rid of the He brews but wanted to keep the She-brews," the young hopeful replied. Jones gare him two cents for the missionary box." The mad dog excitement ...

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. — 3 May 1876

HEART-BREAK. If little Haven knew it, - - ' The sorrow of mj heart, Tbeir tear with coin would roe it ! And leas would be the smart. V t If nightingale could know it. My trouble and my griet The; would aing me to nndo it A mnaical relief. . The golden atara and lender, , : ' If they could know my pain. World atop from oat their splendor. To bring me peace again. ' They know it by no token One only knowa and aha. Herself it is has broken. And torn my heart from me. Aatadher Claaa ef jasorlea. Say a, writer from India, describing new feats of juzzlery,: Uue or uic mg criers then brought forth a ball of fine twine and unwound about fifty yards of it In a coil in his band; this coil be cut through with a knife at each end of Its diameter; then doubling the several lengths he cut through them again, and repeated the operation till the twine had been divided into pieces not ex ceeding four inches in length. Taking up these disjecta be put them them into the lad s moutn ana Dane nim swauow...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 May 1876

Yi B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION TH1 TJKIOIf AKD TH1 ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. gdltor and PTOprtlOlV YQL. XXX. MITFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. MAY 10. 1876. NO. 19. If. AUTUMN DATS. bt wnxux bowttt. K1 springs the rye Aa autumn days decline. And from the brilliant sky Leas florid aplendora shine. Ita air; lustrous line, Tbe goaamer displays. And faintly breathes tbe pine In aotnmn days. And solemn is the hush That on the earth doth fall : And of all birds the thrash Alone is musical. Tbe sparrow on the wall Shivers in pallid raya. And the frog has ceased its call In autumn daya. But oh! the life, the life That summer poured around ! Tbe merry, ringing strife And jocundry of sound In wood and sky and ground What a chorus ! what a maze Of beauty there was found In summer days. Tia gone ! you hear no more Tbe bee hum in the flower ; Nor see the swallow soar Around the hoary tower ; Tior the shrieking swifts devour Tbe distance in their plays. Tia now the voiceless hour Of autumn...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 May 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MlFFLLNTOWaV. vTrxInMday. May id, me. B. F. SUHWEIEU, crdfofc l0 rionitroi. The Part of the King's Fool. In past days, among royalty, every hoble horiKe had a retainer, or man in it who -was calk 4 the "King's fool."- TTus individual Lad almotst unlimited llceufce to say and do all iaanner of riliculous things, play all kinds of jokes on his royal or noble ia:ister, or any or all of their gnests and retainers. lie was kept in good living to create amusement for the people to whom he belonged. Bur ring exceptions the office of the King's fool hi unknown in this conn try, and when he will again become nn officer in Rjyal and Noble house holds is a question for time to settle. History de8 repeat itself, and the rlmracter may repeat itself sooner than is expected. Of all the charac ters least expected and least desired is a man in the character of King's f o in a legislative body in a State of the Republic in the United States, and it is with amazement that the...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 May 1876

A : -.v V" 1 1 sV m;.i aai.ixj.u w xiui uiiiiivaii MIFFLINTOWN: tFcaesda, Slay id, lSt6. TERMS. S .l.cription, $l.f0 per UMm, if paid n I'Lin 12 month ; $2.00 if nut paid within 1:! .iionths. Vruient advertisements inserted at 50 it:;o per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col ulit:, I'j cents per line for each insertion. U-.d uctions will be made to th se desiring j ad m Use by the year, half or quarter I ELTN'A. E. 3LTIME TABLE. v N aud after Sunday, April K,ib. 1ST6, .J t .JMwnper trains will leave MiDlia Sta- 1'. K. . Ii., as follows : . EASTWARD. V . it'lphu Express ....... :stown Accommodation, .::! Express -. -stown Kxprcss t i.::o Eipron ........... ...12 84 art. ... 7 43 a ui ...10 00 a m ...11 22 a ui . i . 6 09 p m ... 9 15 p m iti-burg Express ... ' i i 1c Express ..... v.v passenger .i;.l2 22 am . 2 a m i;.;.10 Mini 8 28 r. in .-: Line .................... 6 4-iptn a V.own Accommodation n.. 7 43 pm .' aiy. t Daily txctpt Sunday. f aifr ;:! iuu...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 May 1876

G0I5G TO SLEIP. The light is fading down the sky. The shadows grow and multiply, I hear the thrush's evening song ; Bnt I hav. borne with toil and wrong So long, bo long ! Dim dreama my drowsy aenaea df own. So, darling, kiss my eyelid down. My life' brief spring went wasted by. My summer ended fruitlessly ; I learned to hunger, strive and wait. I found yon lore. Oh, happy fate ! So late, so late! Now all my fields are turning brown. So, darling, kiss my eyelid down ! Oh, blessed sleep! Oh, perfect rest! Thn pillowed on your faithful breast ; Nor life nor death is wholly drear. Oh, tender heart, since yon are here. So dear, so dear ! Sweet lore, my soul's sufficient crown. Now, darling, kiaa my eyelids down! Lads) la; DTrlet. I'I.a naW trmtkt litrlit An lliA f2rmnn st&e was Ltulwig Lvvrient, the uncle of the three levrients, Carl, Kmil, and Kdward. He was erriais the greatest gen ius tlie stae ever itosxessed. L'n li ke Oarriek, who limned more toward com edy than tragedy, Devri...

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