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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 November 1876

ill B. F. SCHWEIER, THI CONSTITUTION THB OHION-AXD THB K570RCXMMT OF TH1 LAWS. Editor and PropriCK VOL. XXX. MIFFLIMWN; JUNIATA COUNTY, PEXNA.. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1876. NO. 45. TURNEJG GRIT. Life's sanda in running fast away. The buoyant step of youth baa gone. The falling hair U turning gray. And time acwna now to hurry on Jjure fleetly than in day of yore, before the heart became iU prey, Iltfore twaa saddened to the core, Before the hair waa turning gray. V. tumin z gray ! age cornea like a now. As still, ami carve each careworn line ; !( wrinkles on the brow will grow. The hair with silvery atreaka will ahine, TUo eyee their brightness lose, the hand tirows dry and tremuloua and thin ; Kor life, alas, ia quickly spanned ; And death it gates eoon cloaea in ! Ah. turning gray ! we Tain would hide TUia sign bow long with time we're been ; Tbaae deepened wrinkles aide by aide Cot by the sorrows we hare seen. Kor feeble beata the heart aa yeara More thickly cluster on our head, A...

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. — 8 November 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN ; MlFFtlNTOWN. n. f. soinvEiEi;, ' kditoi axd raorau-roa. The Present Corn Crop. The Department of Agriculture at Washington Uiae the following relative to this jearV corn crop : The condition of tbe corn crop oo the ltt of October, on tbe whole, was nearly average. In tbe 2iew Engladd it ws a little above tbe averape. Tbe Middle States, except Delaware, r.'port a depressed couditiou. Drought during tbe growing season shortened the yield, white in many couuties tbo corn standing in tbe sbozk was serious ly itijured by heavy rain., especially where the crop was not well ripened. In New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylva nia heavy storms prevailing about the middle of September prostrated many fields. Tbe South Atlantic States, es pecially in counties near tbe coast, suf fered serious injury to this crop from these stor-jis, which prostrated fields left uncut, while the heavy rains that followed spoiled a large amount of both grain and fodder. Freshets swept the cr...

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. — 8 November 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: Wednesday, Hovemb'r 8, 18T6. ' TERMS. PuUr'00. $1-60 per annum, if paid wittlii 1- uiontha ; J2.00 IT not pkl within If! tuo'Vhs. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 centa pet line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to thie desiring to advertise oy the Jear, fcalf or quarter rear. PENN'A. E. 1LTI1IE TABLE. ON and after Sunday, April 16th, 1876, passenger trains will leave Mifflin Sla tiun, P. K. R., as follows : EASTWARD Philadelphia Express 12 54 s m Lewistown Accommodation.... 7 44am Pacific Express lOOOam j Johnstown Express II 22 am JV.il tHpm (Atlantic Express 9 15 p m westwabd. f!iUburg Express 12 22 am 'Pacific Express 6 02 a Hi J Wav Passenger 10 (XI a m iMai'l , 8 28 p iu ;Fast Line 6 45pm JLewisloan Accommodation .... 7 43 p m 1 Daily. I Daily tzapt Sunday, f f ,7 tzcept Sunday night. Daily except Mon day. LOCAL INTELLIGESCE. The Democrats ...

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. — 8 November 1876

MOLLY BY THE GATE. BT V ABT r Lrnm.' Er Uit road two married maple, Where the robins love to mate ; On the grass beneath their shadow, Molly's waiting by the gate. Dark or bright the daj that saileth, Mileut under hrareo's dome. It bad one sole boor for Molly, That which brings her father home. He within the panting city. Working out man's common fate. Often sees, before his vision. Little Molly by the gate ; Who hath proved his strong defeuder. Who doth hold hhn pore and true, l'.y the baby fare uplifted, Iiudding month, and eyes of bine ! Everywhere, some dear temptation Holds allurements fair and new ; Kafe a little child dotti lead. All the perilous pathway tbronylu Evermore bis spirit sees her, Be it early, be it late Still, the little, dear child daughter. Moily, waiting by the gate. Tae Daaesaafne Bull If. What cnrioiistlilnjrsdunegare! Have wo any on the coast uf America any w here i 1 aui nut peojrraplier enough to answer llitt uii-Miion : 1 only know there wasuositfii ot t...

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. — 15 November 1876

InlMMIf iff flfT'MfM X B. F. SCHWEIER, THI COH3TTTBTI03 THI USION AlfD THJ E5F0RCEMEST OF THI LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXX. MIFFLINTOAVN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER- 15. 1S76. NO. 46. RARITY. In dr nw I f onnd a wondrooa land rudiant with roses od each band. No prasses. trees, nar shrubs were there, lint roses blossoming event-where. Crest velvet peUled blooms were these ; lied millions trembled in each breeze. Tiiey swept toward the borizoo'a verge In many a splendid ample surge ; Tliev spread on all aidea one hit use Mouct.my of niayaiflceoce. Then suddenly, where my pathway ran, Ixxuiied the vague preaenoe of a man. And in bis clasp, with strange delight, I saw oue daisy, glimmering white. Such daisies bloom in slender sprays l'.v throngs among J ane's meaJowed ways. Vet all my soul at tbia weird boor. Issued out to that oue simple flower. For chanteJy, delicately fair, Aud. better still, supremely rare, It wore a pastoral charm so sweet. This lovely lis...

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. — 15 November 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFUXTOW'X. TT etlneada-r. Kovemb'r 15, IST6. B. F. SCII WEI 11, strroB axb riortiCTos. The Place to Settle Disputes and Fraud?. The close elector! rote for the olee of President ha been the causa of great exciteuieut iu citiea and large towns ever since election day. lly a system of election laws in the fa'r S Fionla, , luisitoa, and South t'aroliua, a reliable return of the vote polled, is not obtaintble as in North ten Mates, witliiu 3 or 4 days. Under Ihetr system das n.ay elapse before an an announcement of the vote is neces sary, or required. Oa the vote of the States named de fen J the election of Hays or Titden. 15. th partita Lave in tnrn claimed, aud at this writing, Tuesday morning, d still claim tiieui, and ao excited Lave the , ecpecti ve parties become ;n the citiea that the charge of fraud has been hurl ed at each other until the National Committees of both -parties, have agreed to, and scut, a delegation of prouiuent RepuMicaua and Democrat...

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. — 15 November 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: Wednesday, ftoYemb'r 13, 1S76. TERMS. Subscription, Si .50 per annum, if paid svittin 12 months ; $2.00 if not paid within It months. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 tenia per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to thsc desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter vear. PENK'A. B. lTIME TABLE. ON ard after Sunday, April 18th. 1S76, T.-rij;er trains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. IL. il., as follows : EASTWARD. fi'liiladelphia Express ....... Lewistown Accommodation. Pacific Express IJoLr.itowa Exiti-ts ;Mil I Atlantic Express wisTwaau. Tit! -burg Express Pacific Express ............ t Way Passenger ...1254am ... 7 43 a ui ...lOOOaoi ...11 '-'2 am ... 6 (J p m ... 9 15 p m 12 22 a m 6 02am 10 00 a m 3 23 p in 6 45 p m ;Uil Jr'ast Line JLewistown Accommodation .... t Daily except Sunday ' 4l,lulsii!B.lo..... except Sunday night. Daily ex...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 November 1876

WEDBDJO IVt At the eingie ftilrer oIiinM she Lie. With golden lights in the brows of ber hair. She carries away mj heart and eyes. And leaves me ber kiss at tbe foot of the tain! Two plump white arm are round my ryek ; Her month anil her eves and her btart kiss mine ; She kiaees me words, ahe will not apeak, Kiaeee like sunlight mingled with wine, Up the broad hall stair ahe passea away ; Into the ahadow ; ont of the light ; With her last "Good night." for after to-cUy She and I rarer ahall eay "Good night! " A a Iretwwelle raw. The interior of Iceland, as is generally known, is a great uninhabited grasaless desert, for the population (only about 70.000 for an area one-fourth larger tnan Ireland) is mostly confined to the sea shores and neighbouring ralleys. In going from coast to coast this desert must be crossed : it edges the inhabited land as the sea does on the other side, and gives it a wild charm for us, at lea?u who sufier from orer-pouulation We were now on the boniers of t...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 November 1876

v B. F. SCHWEIKR, THK C053TITCTI0H THJ U5I0H AJTD THJ XSfOKCXMKST OF THI LAWS. Editor and Propriatorv VOI MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 1876. NO. 47. "A 'WHO 1 HAS COWS HOIK." When a man comes home. Don't begin to wrangle ; Better far to eleep In the hungry deep. 'Neath white abeets of foam, And of eea-weedtangle. Peace, peaetC peaee ; Cease, cease, eeaee. When a man cornea borne, Dont begin to wrangle. When a man cornea borne. Let him enter smiling ; Take the children sweet. Playing round hia feet ; Throw off grief and gloom. And the world' beguiling. Peace, peace, peace ; Ceaae, eeaee. cease. When a man eomea home. Let him find all emiiing. When a man eomea 1 He should still remember Tis not always May, Either work or play Sure as Jnne will come There will come December. Peace, peace, peaee ; Cease, eeaee, cease. Erening brings all noma. And sunshine in December. Debtor and Creditor. Two men met In Xew York They were merchant. "What do you think of C...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 November 1876

EXTIXEL'& REPUBLICAN MIFFUNTOWN. B. F. SCII WEI Eli, ipm an riopBirrB. The People will be Satisfied with no fiesult that is Outride of the Prescribed Forms of Law. Two wetis have elapsed since tbe election, and yet no result that is ac cepted as correct bas been announced. Tlieic is no general doubt a to the result in any of the States excepting Florida, and Louisiana. Both parties claim the State named, ai.d both patties bave published state ments that it is alleged Lave been taken from announcements made at tbe re spective polls on election day, pretty much as announcements of resales at the polls on election day are made in Pennsylvania. The difference of the two statements is what las created tbe excitement anion? certain classes of men. All are now awaiting the official an nouncement, which way not be given within a number of days yet. They have a certain time to announce theiu in, and within that lawful time tlx y wiii be anuounceJ. Because there has been no official annou...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 November 1876

JEXTLNEL k REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN! OVS : TTAlrcsda,XoTemb'r2a, 1876. TERMS. PaNcription, $1.50 per unnm, if paid 'ttm iz nionms : f z.w u doc ttia wit Din H booths. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 vnrs per inch for each inertion. Transient business notices in local col mi, 10 cents per line for each Insertion. Reductions will be male to those desiring ) advertise by the year, half or quarter vear. I LsiS' A.. B. RETIME TABLE. gS and after Sunday, April 16th. 1876, paasencer trains will leave Mifflin ttoa, V. R. at follows t CaSTWABD. Philadelphia Express 12 64 am t l,eitown Accommodation... k 7 43 am IPacifie Express .10 00 am I Johnstown Express .11 22 am .". 6 09pm I Atlantic Express 915pm WISTWABD. tPittabnrg Express 12 22 a m IPsciSc Express 02 a m I 'Vay Passcnrer 1000am lail 8 28 p m JFaat Lin 6 4-i p m Lewutown Accommodation .... 43 p m I Daily. Daily except Sunday, f taily except Sunday uigkt. Daily except Jfos- .... LOCAL tXTELLIGEA CE. Pir tHa printer. Chicken thieves....

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 November 1876

SOSG. To dream, and then to sleep Until the morn return j An hour of watch to keep, A little lamp to burn. To weave but make no end, To sing and lose the song. Where busy footstep wend Among the world' gar throng. To know that day is here. To see that spring has gone. And summer's death is near And still the hours roll on. We fail, we fade, we die. Yet onoe 'twixt death and birth To know Love's kiss, Love's sigh, Is light of heaven on earth. Mv God ! thy arm is sweet. If, ere the twilight come. Love walk with sacred feet Across oar naked room. Awerdeteeef BMk-Haktaa-. A curious list of translators' mistakes or mistakes made in translation, might be made oat. Thus the Abbe Viel, writing of Canterbury, and misled by the word "canon," stated the cathedral was surrounded by artillery- The primate of all England was ap parently in his eyes a military ecclesi astic, like the ancient Yladika of Mon tenegro. Guizot. in bis "Life and Times of Shakespeare' has, writing in English, expressed a...

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. — 29 November 1876

a .tit . MI wm 1 HH Y1IV MJ IVIV III MV B. F. SCHWEIER, IHI CONSTITUTION TH I VSIOIT AND IU ZNFORCIMIKT 0 THI LAWS. Editor and Proprietors VOL. XXX. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 1876. NO. 48. THE WIND'S PLAIXT. BT MABT THOMHOS. Mj rosetrea abivera u th wind 8obe through Ma learee in sndlen pet, Where coaung it had hoped to find Borne lata, sweet bloMom lingering yet. tied wind ! in Tain the blooma of fail For him their richest hues nndoae ; ihsdainf ally he slights them all. And aeeka hia vanished lore, the rose. The rose, the rose ! whoae lovely face Looked op eo bright bnt yesterday ; Ah ! it i be who mouroa her graoa That bore her bloom of bps away. He held ber kiaa bis royal right. He dallied with ber fragrant leaves. And wore lore's faTors.all too lisbt, And learns it late, and lonely grieves. Wild lever, wind, go seek in vain ; Blow back the clouds from wooing son. Till all the world glow glad again. Thy lady roae not then were won. For abe is d...

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. — 29 November 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. Wedacmay, XoveDib'r 29, 1ST. B. F. SCIIWEIEli, iditob Ann ibopbietob. The Conflict Between Authority in South Carolina. The political situation at this dis tance from Sooth Carolina has aa un usual appearance. The country ia told that the law of that State gives tbe power to finally count tbe vote polled at elections into the hands of State officers, called a State Board of Canvassers. The Hoard, voder the law the country is told has the right to examine iuto cases in which it u charged fraud has been com united, and it is also empowered by the law to examine witnesses iu the case, and if in the opinion of tbe board tbe frauds are of such a character as to warrant, or justify them in counting out thi fraudulent vote, tbey may do so. The laws are all State law, and not Congressional laws, as many have been led to believe tbey are. Home days ago, when the time ar rived for the State Board of Canvassers to sit and cunt the votes and issue cer tifi...

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. — 29 November 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: VTednesda j, Koremb'r 49, 1876. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum, IT paid lU.in 12 months; $2.00 if nut paid within 2 itHtnth. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business ooticer in local col umn, 10 cents per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be male to tb e desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter tear. FENN'A. B. BJTIME TABLE. ON and after Sunday, Not. 26th, 1876, passenger trains will leave llittJia Sta tion, P. R. K., as rollows : Eastward. frhiladelphia Express .... JVittliu Accommodation ., (Pacific Express......... Johnstown Kxpresa ...... Mail . (Atlantic Express ........ westward, tPittshurg Express ....... Hrs"ific Express ......... tvVay Passenger......... JMail JKast Line .............. J.MitF.in Accommodation .. ..12 Man .. 6 25 a m ..10 19 am ..11 32 art . . 6 05 p m .. 9 15 p m ..12 RB a ra .. 6 02 a iu ..10 00 a m . . 3 SO p in .. 4 68 p m .. 8 00pm j I Dail...

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. — 29 November 1876

03LY A WE AGO. . Only a week ago the warmth and glow Of sweetest summer time ; Only a week ago the bad and blow Of some fair tropic clime. Only a week ago, and now the glow Of fervid beet haa turned To wintry snow, and sharp winds blow Where tropic splendors burned. Only a week ago ah, rery low My cherished bads are tying ; So low, so low. I do not know If they are dead or dying. 80 low, so low, drenched all with mire and snow. Their beauty smirched with earth ; So low. so kw only God's breath can blow Them back to fresher birth. The Galaxy. Climbers aad Shade. In bouses devoted to the cultivation of decorative plants, pi-own either for for their flowers or the beauty of their leaves, the effect is much improved by the use of climbing plants trained to the rafters in the usual manner, but elegant as these unquestionably are, and much as they contribute to hide the objectionable straight lines of the wood or ironwork, the extent to which they are allowed to cover the roof must be ver...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 December 1876

A A itf iff B. F. SCHWEIER, THI CONSTITUTION TH1 UNION AND THI ENFORCEMENT 07 THI LAWS. Editor and Proprietor, VOL. XXX. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6. 1876. NO. 49. 7 $p WP w4y G0I5G SOFTLT. She nuke no moan above ber fa Jed flowers. She will not vainly atriTe against her lot, Patient abe wean away the alow, sad boon. As if the ray they bad were quite forgot ; While stronger finger natch away the sword. And lighter f oototepa past ber on the ways. Yielding snbmissiTe to tbe stern award That said, ahe most go softly all her days. She knows the poise is beating quickly yet. She knows the dream is sweet and subtle still. That straggling from the cloud of past regret, Beady for conflict lire Hope, Joy and Will ; Bo soon, so soon to veil the eager eyes. To dull the throbbing ear to blame or praise, So soon to eroh rewakening sympathies. And teach them she goes softly all her days. She will not speak or more beneath the doom. She knows she hsd ber day, and fl...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 December 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFPLINTOWN. Wejawday, Ccctwbr 6. 1ST6. B. F. SCH WE I EU, rorroa akd rsopanrroa. The Situation in South Carolina. Within the past week the situation in South Carolina has not been a plea sant one to look at. The appearance of affairs there indicate that bad men are at tha bottom of the movement, anl if it ha J not been for the pres ence of Unite-1 States troops, a Woody conflict most probably would have grown out of the frauds and out rages that have been committed in that State. Tuesday,' the 2Sth yesterday a week was the day for the assem bling of the Legislature of South Carolina. The Governor, being fear ful of an outbreak on that occasion, La-1 aked the President Grant to send United States troops to keep the peac'j. It was a wise step or pre cautionary measure. For cn that d.iy serious division took place between those who stood by the ai'tion of the Board of Can- Tassers, and those who stood by the action of the Supreme Court The Bi'wtrd of Canvasii...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 December 1876

BJSStsi4BBBBSauBBasiiii ISflL & REPUBLICAN pecoah r , 1ST6 TERMS. ir pud i dtienu Inserted at 60 -1Utr esch insertion. ihus1aeaB ofce4'5B loCil w- prr Hae for each insertion. be made to th -ee desiring trr the year, half or quartet 55B. TIMETABLE. , Senders KoV 26th, 18T6, " leave Miffiia Sta- , J. ., tO"" 1 tASTWaBB. ,-v;. Vinrr-SS ..12 64 am .. 6 25am ..10 19 a m ..11 a in .. 6 05pm 916 p m " lip!"""' flilTiU. LiM"31 I 4Lstsirtf. ID1! tmpl Mou- "lOCAL ISTZtLKSESCE. -yeei. S:ttriihre. a turn. .fcieeos the river. onM Chrbtma. Vltbe sparrows, -jrdi In a9einb!ed. jji-Tbe r,in wno talka in faror of war. lydafreih arrinl of Boots and Shoei rear child -en to school. Now u at- stopped tbe ravajei of cniiivJd K.ea bold prayer-meet- , Ir. ?iwrlLk is holding a reriral ,j'z ti church. jK.Ir. Berry's rerival oaeettng ia the irtwrimrch Is stia in progress. I'xteitt places ia this towa were I d a Itiinday, Thaiitsjiving day. I in Ir. Horuberper's chnrch, in ratter- Loinencing a season ox reT...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 December 1876

"DATS A5D VOICES. bt a. r. LATHRor. Swift the elm-tree's leave are falling Plain tfrely the pee-wee calling Miorlea with the leaves bia notes ; Autltb ghost ol summer float Through the air. Like the leavea, the days long vanished. Mixed with voices dead or banished. Come to me with those sweet notes. Hut the ghost of gladness floats j ' Through despair, Scribner's Monthly. Epldeaalrs A , Children. The other day. say a lady in n ex clianre, we listened to a very interest ing lecture on this subject given by a member of the medical profession, and took notes of portions of it for the bene fit of onr readers. The three epidemics spoken of were measles. scarlet feverandsmatl-poi. In reDeating what the physician stated we Oixll sav nothinir about the treatment of these diseases, leaving that to be de termined by each reader for himself. and only mention points inwresung jilikA to nil. A child affected with measles appears to have a severe cold in the head ; its eves are red and very sens...

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