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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 September 1876

a F. SCHWEIER, ' THI CONSTITUTION TH1 T5I05 AND IH1 INrO&CIMIST OF IH1 LAWS. . Editor and Proprietor. XOUXXX. MIFFLINTOAVN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. SEPTEMBER 7. 1876. ZTZ lLS&ZSSO. 36. 1 1 TUB EECEET OF IT. There's a word in oar language, a word of four letter. Which contains the great secret of worldly sncceea. And be who will follow the pathway it opens. Will escape much of sorrow and worldly distress. Around thia great symbol, the wondrous an- gician, . No ancient inscriptions, no mysteries lark ; Bat open and plain as the book we call sacred, In this powerful helper, this simple word wort" How many there are in our towns and our cities Who are very reluctant their fingers to sod ; Who are willinc to take any genteel position. Cut turn in disgust from the Tery word toil. Some few of the multitude may be successful. But a far greater number will certainly fail. And many will turn to the ways of transgres sors. And soma will find a home in some prison or jaiL The God who cr...

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. — 6 September 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MTFFLlJTroWN. Wednesday. Sept. 6, is t. B.I. SUHWEIEK, v bmtob c9 rHnimi. Republican National Ticket, FOR PRESIDE?, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, or omo. rt)R VICE PRESIDENT, William a. wheeler, OP KBW TORK. Eepublican County Ticket. rK coxab JEREMI4II LYOXS, Of Mittlintown. (Subject to decision of District Conference.) VOB STATE SKBATK, JOIIX BALSBACII, Of Milford Township. (Subject to decision of Distsict Conference.) VOB ASSKMBLT, IirGII T. 9IC.4 LISTER, Of Fayette Township. OB ASSOCIATE JCDGKS, JOIIM McLAltGIILIX, Of Turbett Township. D. B. SPAXOGLE, Ot Lack Township. roB sHxairr, CORXCLICS McC'LElLAX, Of Miffiiutown. " roB BEnirriR asdbecobdib, SAMl'CL 91. SHELLEY, Of Tort Royal. roB jtbt cobhissioxkb, ABRAHAM J. MOIST, Of Fermanagh Township. Eepublican County Committee. Chairman TT. C. Laibd, Patterson. Mifflintown Solomon Boots, C. B Horning, Uiffiintown P. O. Fermanagh Isaac Sieber, Samnul Thomas Mifflintown P. O. Fayette Dr. H. Harsbberger, Enoch Shel- leub...

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. — 6 September 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: Te4Besday. tept . .. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per uum, if pud within 12 months ; $2.00 if not paid within IS month. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 Cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col a mo, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. PENN'A. E. RETIME TABLE. -N' and after Sunday, April 16th, 1876, passenger trains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, r. K. K., as rollows I v EASTWAK. Three four-horse teams, and two Iwo- borse teams baaled peaches from the peach orchard of the Smith B others, al Cocola- Bus, to this pUcci (tor shipmenU on Tues day of last week. A yonnjr Pbiladelphiab. Who understands the legal and Worldly aide of the rrarriage question, when threatened with a breach of promise suit, replied I "Sue awav; con tracts made on Sunday ain't legal." The weather was most propitious for the meeting or Sabbath Schoo...

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. — 6 September 1876

HOW SOO FORGOT. If yew or I i To-day should die, , The birds would nui sweet to-morrow ; ' ' The vernM spring " Her flowers would bring. And few wotd think of ns with Borrow. YH be ia dead. Would then be said ; The corn would floes, the grass yield bey, The cattle low, . And summer go. And few would heed n peas away. Bow soon we page ! Bow few, alas ! Remember those who turn to mold ! Whose faces fade With autumn's shade. Beneath the sodded churchyard cold ! Yes, it i so We come and ro They bail our birth, they mourn us dead ! A day or more. The winter o'er. Another takes our place instead. Marrlnceable Ace la Ear-ope. RtiDorts from the British representa tives' abroad, showing the earliest aces at winch niarnajre ran be legally so lemnized in each of the states of the continent of Enrope, have been pre sented to the House of Commons in pursuance of their address dated June 15. 1874. In Austria the age of discre tion, both for males and females, is fourteen, and this period of life ...

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. — 13 September 1876

4 B. F. SCHWEIER, TBI OOSSTITOTION TH1 VHIOS AHD IHI IHFOBGXMEST OF THI LAWS. Editor and Propr1toi VOL. MEFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. SEPTEMBER 14, 1S76. NO. 37. 1 TDSUXxI SONO. before the dy, jtoje'e after rohina, and the man U mt sibling "lown the hollow goes the boy lliet minus mj wjjii yy, aiather from the kitchen door is ceiling with wiu PoIIr! rol!y ! The eow are in the corn ! un, wuere 1-0117 s fjga til the misty morning air there cornea a gammer sounu t Bannor of water from akiea. and trees, end ground. jie bird they ein? npon the wing, the pig eon bill ana 000, 0Ter bill wl hollow ring iftia the load halloo "ToUt : Folly ! The eowa are in the oorn ! Oh. where' Polly ?" Ab0 the tree the honey bee (warm by with buzz and boom, 10 the field and garden a hundred flower bloom. ftihm the fanner'a meadow a brown-eyed daisy blow. down at the edge of the hollow a red and thorny rose, gat Poliy ! roily ! The cow are in the corn! Oh, where Polly? g.n string at each a time of day...

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. — 13 September 1876

5SXTIXEL & REPUBLICAN j MIFFLINTOWN. Wednesday. Sept. 13, iTC. B. h SUH WEIEK, itoE as'd morniEToa. .Republican National Ticket. FOR PREMHEKT, RUTHERFORD a HAVES, OK OHIO. rO VICE PRESIDENT, WILLIAM A. WHEELER, OP NEW TOBK. Republican County Ticket. roa cokciiss, T. 31. .11 A II OX. Of Franklin County. FUR STATE SEMITE, JOIIX RAL.SD.tCII, Ol' Millord Township. (Subject to decision of Dislsict Conference) rOK ASSCXBLT, HIGH T. Mc A LISTER, Ol" Fayette Township. ros associate aiuotB, JOIIS .McLArCIILlX, or Turbett Township. D. B. SPiXOCLE, Ol Lack Township. roc suratrr, CORXELICS HCCIXLUS, Ol Mifliintoan. for registkk axd recorded, SA31LEL. 31. SHELLEY, Of Tort Royal. o ji t commissioner, ABRAHAM J. .11 0 1ST, Or Fermanagh Township. Meeting of County Committee. The luctubers of the Standing Committee vf the Rcpuldican party of Juniata county arc request i to meet in the borough of -ilHintown, on ... THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1876, to complete a thorough organ 'nation for the campaig...

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. — 13 September 1876

fflnjEL & REPUBLICAN MIFKLIXTOWN: edieday kept 13. lg?6. subcrip:ifn. '-"" pw annum, u paid iJiTia uwBtliij 2.W If not paid within "iSImi"' advertisements Inserted el 50 up incb or eath Insertion. "Losiect business notices in local col- jj, crnt!i p-r line for each Insertion. toctions iU be made to lb ac desiring , tviriiw by Ihe year, half or quarter '' pESTA. B. RETIME TABLE. Ox; after Sunday, April 16th. 1876, ' en-er train will leave Mifflin Su B V-K. K..M follows fcXSTWAED. tfl!3t4e!?Mprw ...... . jfctoWd .ccouimodation F.xwrss JUss'!"-11 Kxpress iuil ; ' i-Untic lWs KfcsTWilD. ..12 f 4 a m .. 7 43 a in ..10 no a m ..11 -J ' a in .. ny p m 9 13 p m tPlt!br!r Express -.. 'faciSc F.iTev Jtfsv iassi-nger 12 2i a in ciiittii Id W a in 3 -2H p ui 0 4' u m Viil Wut Line i -i!.too Accommodation ... 7 43 p ui "l Half- ezrrpt Sidy. t Taiy .'mi Stmiaj i Darly ttctpt Moh- Till IViinsvlvai'ta -"-n'rl Ka:lroad Coni loj fcfflfexcirsion tVfcels now, and will ra'uni t" " M U!,r Nuvemb.-r 1...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 September 1876

11 is i i i I - ' 1 1 i BEYOND. BY BOSS TEBBT COOKE. Tbe stranger wandering in the SwiUer'e laud. Before it a ful moon tain-top afraid Who yet. with patient toil, bath gained bis stand On tbe bate aumniit where all life is staved ; Sees far, far down, beneath bis blood-dimmed eyes Another country, golden to tbe ahore. Where a new passion and new hopes arias. Where Southern blooms unfold foreTermore. And I, lone sitting br the twilight blaze. Think of another traveler in tbe suows ; And on more perilous mountain-tops I gaze Than ever frowned above the viue aud rose. Yet courage, soul ! nor bold thy strength in rain. In hope o'ercome tbe steeps Ood sets for thee. For past the Alpine suinmits of great pain, litth thine Italv. t aahlaaavle Dlaaera, 'London dinners! Empty artificial tiottiinpa; and that Ix-intta can be found, aud these too the Mower of the land, who day after day can art the same parts in the eauie dull, dreary fare e." So writes Mr. Disraeli in oue of his earliest and b...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 September 1876

B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THB UHI05 AND THB IHFORCKMEST OF THB LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL XXX- M IFFLI NTO WN, J UN I ATA COUNTY, PENNA., SEPTEMBER 21. 1S7C. NO. 38. MARGY BROWN. lUnir r.ron! MarR Brown! CeUl pray, your wondrous smiling ; nere xwm-iliiug so beguiling II1ToariiUt1'tIlnwbiUD8 ill my precious time away ; ..a i niiMt not. cannot stay. ,k? la darker getting. ffhd my ou' 14 ind it seem, th to declare Boweof Mursy lirown! Beware ! JUrgy down: Mar;ry Prown ! l not touch me with your finger ; ponotletitseutlyliniicr k Br hand, aud do not hinder jliM-hiri: can I leave yon o? 5m the daIi'lit now u dying, Ind th elufioirs thick are lying l nJtrwth the elm tree, vieing With tii hJe of yonr dark hail? Beware, old Mursy Brown ! Beware! JUrfT Brown ! 3Irgy Brown ! S rou not the darkness crawling ? Hear too uot a soft voice falling ? Bui'. It my mother calling, CaLing for her laggard eon -, Send me from yon, pretty one: Tarn way that brown eye shiuiug Hit it in nrr soul...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 September 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN . niFFLINTOVVN. WetfMMMiy. Sept. 20T, . B. JV SUII .VEIER, a . SDiroR aid riopKicToa. Republican National Ticket. FOB" PRESIUEMT, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, or oiiio. fOB VICE PRESIDENT, WILLIAM A. WHEELER, OF StVi VOBK. Eepublican Electoral Ticket. (LECTOBS AT LAEOC. Benjamin Harris Brewster, Philadelphia. John F. Challant, Allegheny. ELECTOBS. . John Welsh. 14. WillUm Colder. !. Uonry Disstori. 15. Mile L. Tracv. 3 Christian J. Hoff- S. W. Starkwea- man. i tner. 4. Charles Thomp- !!7. Daniel J. Morrcll. Hon June 18. Jeremiah Lvons. B. Ednin II. Filler. 19. William Ha'v. b. Joseph W. Bar- 20. William Cameron nard. ,21 J. B. Donler. Dsni.d O'NeilL William Neeb. Andrew B. Berger Samuel M. Jack son. Bunjamin Sr.iith. 22 t. Jacob K.iahb. 23 24 25 9. John B. Warfe!. 10 11. 12 1! Joseph Thorn. Ario Pardee. Lewis Puhe. Edward S. Silli man. 20. James Wester- man. TV. W. Wilbur. Republican District Ticket. r coxc.bess, T. JI. 91.4 11 OX, Of Franklin County. VOB STATE SEX...

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. — 20 September 1876

.jTIXEL & REPUBLICAN M1FFLINT0WN : ,dnei4J Sept; 3Q. lSTS " " " TERMS, -jrfcription. $1.."iO per annom, If paid Ti pjontus ; $2.00 if not Mid within h lJent advertisement inserted at 50 TrLT inch for each insertion. 'r'ent business notice in local col li ceats P"r ,ine '"r ech '"sertion. "factions ill be uiaie to th se desiring t, sdvertiee by the year, half or quarter PESS'A. B. RETIME TABLE. y rd sfter Sunday, April loth, 1876, 0 jifsmKiv trains win leave Aiunia ota- tmi rw AtD. ,'i.hia Expreaa . .12 54 a m . 4 ! a ni .lOOOani '.'r-.-Mi.a-n AriJ.uMoJation ipjcilic bp'-" 1 1 22 a tu 6 09 p m 0 15 p in WESTW1). tebtinr Express ... .'fKifc txn-s -y r"Cor .r.,f Line 12 22 am "2 a m 10 00 a m 8 2M p m ; 6 4. p ra . I S p m 1 tj,(w:.io-n Accommodation ... llliih- i uauj rnrpt cuuavf. j i nny iJiiriip'' i vntfi erctpt Jioa- Hi- Th Penn"v!v.ima Central Railroad Com- r isnic ett:ursi"n tickets now, and will ' . . ... J.. ... HTittl Y .tv-omlt. lft icrr. ..f. ticket from this J.int U ! ...

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. — 20 September 1876

THK KISS AT THE DOOR. When I took my leave last night, Nellie she eonld do no more Softly bronbt a candle-light Just to show me to the door. ' How n was I cannot tell. When I felt ber baud in mine. Something said, "W hy not ae veil Frees her pretty hps to thine ?" Then I clasped one hand ijnite tiht T'other held the light, yon know So that Nellie, helpless quite. Felt she couldn't cay me "No." But aha gave a little acre am. That did ne'er the bliss deny ; And too brief the happy dieam In went she, and out weut L Polnon and Antidotes. It nut tinfrpqiintly haiiiM-iiS that serious an J distressing result are occa sioned y the aceiilentnl employment of poisons; and it occurred to us that we might do a service to some of our readers by presenting to them a brief and com pendious list of the more common poi sons and the remedies for them most likely to be close at hund. Acids These cause great beat and sensation of burning pain from the mouth down to the stomach. Kemedies Magnesia, soda, ...

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. — 27 September 1876

-5Y t THE C053TITUTI0S TH1 U5I0H AHD TO 5T0BC11KT OF IH1 LAWS. Editor and Proprietor B. F. SCHWEIER, MIFFLIOTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. SEPTEMBER 28. 1876. NO. 39. coram rest. In; from the roar and the rattle. The dost and the din of the ton. Where to lire ia to brawl and to battle. Till the etroog treeda Um weakling down! Away to the bonny green hilla Where the sunshine aleapa on the brae. And the heart of the greenwood thrills To the hymn of the bird on the spray. Away from the smoke and the smother, The nil of the don and the brown. The posh and the pleeh and the pother. The wear and the waste of the town ! Away where the eky shines dear. And the wild breeze wanders at will. And the dark pine-wood node near To the fight-plumed birch on the hiU. Away from the whirling and wheeling And steaming above and below. Where the heart has no leisure for feeling. And the thought has no qoiet to grow. Away where the clear brook parte, And the hyacinth droopa in the shade. And the wing of 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. — 27 September 1876

aK-axm.ir:-c l,. SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLLNTOVVN. Wednesday. Sept. 27, me. B A F. S C II V E l EliT ito Mxtt raoraiEToa. Eepublican National Ticket. FOR PREsIItE.VT, PiUTilEUFORI) H. HAYES, OF OHIO. FOR 'VICE rilESIIiEST, WILLIAM A. WHEELER, 'K SEW YultrC. Eepublican Electoral Ticket. MPCMU AT LIBRE. Benjamin Harris Brewster, lliiladelphia. John F. Cli illant, Allegheny. M.KCTOHS. 1. John Welsh. 1 1. William Cilder. Henry Disston. lo. J!. Christian J. Doff- to. m. in. I i. Charles Tiiointi- !". Miles L. Tracy. S. W Stark wea flier. Daniel J. Vorreil. Jeremiah Lyons. William lliv. son Jones A. K.Ui.i II. Filler. ti. Joseph vV. Bar nard. 7. Benjamin S i.ii Ih. N. - .cob Kn il.b. ls. 1.1. !. 11. j''ii'!,".nf.ur0" Iiiicl O'Neill. William Neeb. !. J..h i I:. Warfel. Jt. A ndrew B. Berber 11 Joseph Thomas. 25. Samuel M. Jack- 11. Ario Pardee, sou. SOU. Jii. Jam s fnan. -!7. W. W. Lewi, pH-he. jr.. Jam s Weste' Edward S. .Silli. mill. Witbur. Republican District Ticket. '. Flit COXl...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 September 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN : Wednesday. Sept; 2T, 18T6. TERMS. Si.bscription, $1.60 per unnm, if paid ill-in ll! moutbs ; $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 runt" per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per liue for each insertion. Deductions will be male to th He desiring tn advertise by the year, half or quarter PENN'A. B. EJTIME TABLE. ON nd after Snnday, April l'ith, l!7r., passenger trains mill leave Iiia Sta ll:, F. K. K., as follows EIKTWAIO. fPliiiudclphia Express 2 1.1 a ui J l.t i-ton Accommodation.... 7 4:! a m f Pacific Express 10 (XI am !Jo!i::stuwn Express II Tl a m ' U-iii 6 09 p m j' Atlantic Express 9 15 p m WrsTWAt. t!ttsburg Express 12 22 a m Jil'acitic Kxtc.is ............... (i 2 a m i Way Pass-nger ........ ID (Ml a lu ;.MiiI 3 2! p l:i ji'ast Line 4- p in ;;. istowa Accommodation .... 7 4o ji m J Oaily. X Daily tcft Snnlati. Taiy i rctyi iimuiay night, j Dail'j excep...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 September 1876

THS MEMORIES OF THE HEART. We may shred the moss-veil from tha rote. The bloeaom from the spray ; The bloom that pearls the luscious grape A tooch will brush away ; The Tine may loosen from the tree Which onoe it clung to fast ; Bat the heart will keep its memories Till life itself be past. The gold most die from the sunset slues. The purple from fair hills ; The foam flowers fade from opal wares ; Drought hash the babbling hills ; The earth grows cold and passionless 'Neath Winter's bitter blast ; Bat the heart will keep its memories Till life itself be past. The flash will fade from cheek and brow. The sweet smile wane and die ; The freshness lesre the coral hps. Tears dim the brightest eye: Youth, beauty, hope and happiness. And lore may die at last ; Bnt the heart will keep its memories Till life itself be part. The Poetry ar the Telegraph Wire. Mr. W. Hep worth Dixon, the well known lecturer and orator, Raid at a re cent dinner in London : "Looking at a telegraph wire in the 1-...

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

1 jltf J- ICfiL ' " ' " B. F. SCHWEIER, THE 00N8TITUTI0II-TH1 USIOH-ASD TH1 ISrOKCIMEIT Of TH1 LAW. I ' ' .' ' Editor and PropHatOlV VOL. XXX. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. OCTOBER 5. 1876. NO. 40. i FA5TASY. BY MABT & WITKrSOTOX. If I awoke some mora. And down the stair descending all forlorn Of wonted faoea fonnd the world below No mother's smile, no kiss, no baby's crow. No sister taking op the thread, half span. Of last night's talk (some talks are never done): Outside the door If then I wended, seeking soft Lendre, Or welcome, stately sweet, of Lady Clare, Or staved my step at gracious Anna's stair. Or sought gay Liu for a tilt of words. Keen snd inspiriting sa tourney swords ; And here and there. For whisper of the wise, smile of the fair. For all gay courtesies, lightsome pleasantries. For the dark splendor of soms gorgeous eyes, For even thee, soul-comrade, if a bare. Blank, very vacancy should on me stare ; If then should speak Some right-authentic angel, "They y...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 4 October 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLLNTOWN. 1&nt,j. Octaber 4. 18TS-. B. F. SCliWElEtt, Burroa M raoratcro. BemBlftan National Ticket. FOR PKC8IDENT, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, was VUIV PO VICI rBESIDENT, WILLIAM A. WHEELER, OF HEW TORS. Bepnblicaa Electoral Ticket. IWCtOM AT LA.BCB. Benjamin Harris Brewster, Philadelphia. Joha F.-ChaUaut, Allegheny. kitcroBs. . Joha Welsh. ;14. William C.Mer. 2. Henrv Disston. . Christian J. Haft". nan. 4. Charles Thorn r- ;i5. Mile. L. Tracy. 1 16. S. W. Starkwea mer. v :t. uanie j. xorrell. aoa J ones 18. Jeremiah Lyons. tl a win:.. it " S.. Edwin II. Filler. . Joseph W. Bar- !). William Cameron "ard. 21. J. B. DonW. f.- Benjamin Smith. 22. Daniel O'Neill. 8v Jacob Knabb. !23. William Neeb. 9. John B. Warfel. :24. Andrew R.IWr 10. 1. j 2, Joavph Thomas. ',25. Samuel M. Jack- Ario Pardee. aoa. Lewis Pughe. ,26. Jamea W eater- cuwara a. aim-! man 27. W. W. Wilbur. Republican District Ticket. ' roa cokobbss, T. 31. MA II OS. Of Franklin County. roa 8TATB S...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 4 October 1876

-SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN " MIFFLINTOWN : T irdMMaF, tKf fcga 4. 18TS. ...TERMS- ; IVrnrrijtioa.'-BU JO put auinoro. If paid Htia TSaaaalUa ; "tjTS.W ff not paid within U mm nrttt. " Trsatiewt adverti aieaU inserted at 60 teat per tuck for wad) insertioB. Transient basin isa notice in local col hu, 10 end per line for each insertion. . Ded actions will be made to th.-ae desiring to advertise by the fear, half or quarter vear. PENS' A. B. RETIME TABLE. ON art after Sunday, April 16b, 1876, passenger trains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. K. R., as follow i '.. - bastwabb. f Philadelphia Express 12 6l a tn LcWistowa Accommodation.,,. 7 43 a in tPacfflc Express ,10 00 am J Johnstown Kx press 11 1 am 1 Vail 6 (ft pro Atlantic Expreaa i 9 16 p m WBSTWABD. tPittsbnrg Express ,.... .12 22 a m Pacific Express 6 02am Way Passenger ...... 10 00 a ni Mail ..... X 28 pin Fast Line ... 6 45 p m Lewistoww Accommodation .... 7 43 pm I Daily, t Drily except Suudif. fnj except Sunday night, t Dailu...

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. — 4 October 1876

hi r i ,' V.- 5; H Ml iii 1 v'.t i i 1 i i f -: :t I ' : if -1 ?5 WHIT AKZ TEE STARS? nox THB OIUU. An they whit lamb, thaae stars on high. That, when the day star sinks in night. Bull feed in pasture of the sky. And to the ahepberda lend their light ? Or liWer liliea are they, there, With aweeteet petala open spread. That, when we mortals rest from care. Their fragrance o'er the weary shed? Or consecrated candles tall. That on God's altar ahine ao bright. The darkness of our earthly ball To dissipate with aof teat light ? Ah! do! they are lettera fair. With which good angels, clothed in white. Eweet hymns of lore for os prepare, AnJ in heaven'a book of record write. Tk Matrlaawntal Partnership la a raaire. The wife who receives the least at tention in a drawing room from a man is Lis own, and she return the compli ment. Hence it is that at a time like this, when people live for society and in society, there is no place for conjugal intimacy. Moreover, when a married conple occupy a...

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