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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 December 1876

- .-..( a,.. - 'y'X 1 I 1 I '' .Fill P I KMU fl ill II I H l.yi 1 1 I I 171 I i j. NNVXN 1 II ! -111(11 III II I H I II I I III - (rvj r-T. jq an WWW F. SCHWEIER, fSOST WORL jwtt have fome with Dofcelesa trJ, tZ&a&ol the enow, - . m 1a.-.a fHnnirll iIaa.1 ' i.tMirm!i " - ' o 1 h .,a toi mm"1 S,ow- Sojuacr bird have flown. . . enivtv newt tyyeilhin; make "'AeeleM moan .Scathe leafy covering fearful song i beard ; prfen Sowers that came lu Spring nr to the ground, as droops the wing . vtwv : , . i ;palironniedbird. Ittbet dariina Come and view Btao tinted fkiee, ftaei with 'int '" of dremT blae. ii I tch the hoe p!tet. antroabled eye. jjicy the liut of tce. my love, otthtfAut"11111 d-T 5, kb li;tts op the leafy grove. Coot W thee lite wandering dove, iodWdiuwto-rs "! Bt-T- Which was the Gossip. H HEi-F-X FKRKSr GRAVES. Sr. jeveramv haJ been Uting te ra Mrs. Tn-lyon. That was nothing jf. Mrs. Severance often took tea rah:IieTrelT0u5. Mrs. Trelyon was ikoepitible little body, an...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 December 1876

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFUNT0W5. fredMcmlar, Decern br is, I8T6. B. F. SOU WEIEli, Knrron a rsorairroa. v A Great Discourtesy. When the Democracy discovered that the election for President was clone they et p the cry of Fraud ! in South. Carolina, Florida, and -Lou isuyHt rJiWell be cheated in those States," they shouted. Quick ! let us send a committee down there to look on when they count the vote, to see how it is done." The whole country partook in a measure of their excitement. President Grant alxo asked that certain men take np the journey to Louisiana to witness the canvas or count of the vote ; and thus two sets of men went to Louisiana to see the vote counted. They had no legal right in that State, but they were courUously received. The Democratic committee, as soon as it was possible for it to do so, sent tie patches of the count to all parts of the country, and when the work was done, it had a part of the work of the Canvassing Board, such as the face vote of the ret...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 December 1876

t $ngEL& REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : r . . - TERMS. h-ernlioo, P annum, if pud f'nowih. ! - if Dot Pd within C6"' , nvertisement inserted at 60 r1,?v,Bt irfisiiims notices in local col--rf i line for each insertion. ac-ions will be made to th-ee desiring jwrus .r ye,r h,lf or 1""rter Pjyy'A. B. BjTIME TABLE. OV rd Iler -', !OIi pjrtirT train will leave Mifflin Sta- E-tSTWABIt. . c- 1 X' aii, lire .niiaa'-'r11' Exrrj- ..... .i-i.it Accommodation .. 1 . rmiMS ...... ..12Mtm .. 6 25 a ni ..10 19 am !jl,ws tF J ;itKic Eils WESTWARD. 1182 a ni . 6 OS p iu . 9 13 p m 12 38 a m 2am 10 00 a m Ullpiu jrtft I'm 4 58 p m Ullr'H ACCO liit"" l v ' ' y ill I a...;.... y IUI . ii-ibi. i Dai' ' Sunday. raily " ' " ' , I, A ( i' JIffWiW(S.F. i D'tilv except Ho " LOCAL l.VTELLIGKSCE.- jjj,,. vhonls asi literary societies. Graii: is htinile ; its powers tell it how raknoss Kaitia?-loii papers report rot in potatoes j,rtaeom,r.r- I Wucia couple named tneir sixth jr Enonh." Ik ri:hiT-tie say thirty-six...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 December 1876

i THE SILENT WOOER. How can I speak to thee ? The far bine eky Hath neTer speech for men : The longing breezes round thee flit, and then, Tnspeaking still, they die. Like sky and breeze, I gaze, I mnrmur near. Oh, most my heart be dumb ? And most hit lore like formless breezes come. To sigh and perish here ? I cannot speak to thee : and vet in thi ' & last dear bops may be. For I could tell my love's eternity In one long, silent kiss ! TV G'a7jry. era. Macaulay, in comparing Xapoleon to Ca-aar, very rightly says that Ca-sar waa greatly bis superior in one point he was a perfect gentleman. Tallyrand wittily expressed nearly the name thing when he said, "What a pity that such a great man should have been no badly brought up!" If we may judge not from the reports of hia enemies, but from the disclosures of hia faithful and devoted servitors. Napoleon treated those who were admitted into his inti macy with a familiarity that no man who had any self-respect would have tolerated for a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 December 1876

- '; ' ; I ifcuvniS & crip . 1" . N- ... : .... . -V : It Ifl I lit : M.: 11 'llil' : 1 Milt' ippSS-, jv'SOIIIt ; 6- F. SCHWEIKR, THX OQH8TITUTI05 TH" U5I05 JUCp THI IH70RCEMSNT Of TBI LAWS. jry Editor and Proprietor : r.b j. .. ' -J'S VOL.XXX. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20. 1876. NO. 51. REUNION. rre ihAi'l we meet who parted loua ago ? Rtt frosty stars wen twinkling is the sky, jtt moorland lay before us whit with mow, rhe north vitid emote our 1 aoes lushing by. rkAit shall we meet ? On each a moorland lone? jo crowded city street or ooontry lane ? Ob u'l.T beaeh-walk, while the see, mmkee moaii ? quiet chamber ? Sbll we meet again bit ipot of old familiar ground. Ou childish haants ? Or in a far-off land? lh e ! a hat if on earth no spot be found for longing ere to meet, and clasping hand? fhit then ? If angry fate reunion ban, A better meeting waits beyond the stars. flta ehmJI we meet who parted in the night ? It wine ra'm dawning, or in noon...

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

NTIXEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. nWaewtfay, Decern b'r 20, 18T6. B.; F. SOU WEIEK, : imtob anb racr-arrroa. Their Constituents Should Call Them Home, to Eesign-That - will Stop the War Talk. ' Tbe re is a prominent Philadelphia : Democrat named Randall, and a promi neot New York Democrat Lamed Wood, id Congress. . These man, with a few others of the iiuie inflammable material, have been ventilating themselves lately in a nio3t warlike manner. Viewed from their standpoint, there it no remedy fur a squabble among men who are in office, and men who are out of office and wish t get into office, but to get np fight about it, and involve the whole country in ruinous and dead 1 strife. The American doctrine is that there is a peaceable remedy for all wrongs. So'-netimes the wrongs must be endured a long time, but a proper presentation of tbeni time after time to the people will bring about a sure and certain peaceable remedy. The noisy Randall and blustering Wood never knew that, or if...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 December 1876

gfSTIffi & REPUBLICAN IFFLINTOWN : ,eidar. Decern Vr ao, - TERMS. . 0t(lcr?ptioti, $1X0 per annnm. If pud Jjii months j $2.00 if not pud within advertisement inserted at 60 7er lack for ech insertion, i ' j J,rBt business notice ia locml col 1 10 cent per liae ,or eacn insertion. faction e desiring gleertise " ?"r hlf or quarter p0X'A. B. RjjTlME TABLE. 0V nd trtcr Sunday, Nov. 26th. 1876, fencer train will leave Mifflin Sta jjrt.r.K.K., as follows. EASTWARD rtHnaisU' EP"'SS 12 5 a ro Iu,i AcCGumudatioa 6101 t"P WM.m Jj.insu.wn repress 11 32 a in 6 115 p m JitUotic Excess 9 15 p m WKSTWAM. " ' "'"". ...v-or Express .12 88 am. .'ox;' fcxpress 02 m I'iTtr Fssen?er 10 (HJ a m 'j J ? P m tLiae 4 oS p ni Jj;-is JecoBJinodatioB ........ 8 00 p m I Prii?- I xpl rSnwdey. t faiTy Jt? J mi'f . Daily except Hon-ia- 10CJL IXTELL1GESCE. . jjihit catching time is over. Fotfc has a downward tendency, fie roads arc solid and smooth. T&e travel on railroads is not heavy, f rviUle weather tor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 December 1876

PRIDE. I had a little rosebud girea to ma. I dropped it aa I wore it one fair day ; 1 would not turn to seek it no ; for tben Twere plain I prized it ; so I went mj way. IL I had a lore that made my life a Joy. It seemed to falter, one bright summer day ; I oonld have won it back with bat a smile , I would not smile, and so I went my way. nr. 1 0 pride, thon atealeet our most treasured thing. Things which to gain we'd risk all els be side ; Lost, lost my rosebud, lost my love, alas! I might have found them but for thee, O pride ! The Galaxy. Charefe) CeramMlet tm Modern Athens. The clrarch ceremonies are perhaps tbe nioKt interesting rights in modern Athens. The tnost enthusiastic ritualist who has been at Koine throughout HoIt Week. and has conscientiously attended all the Church functions, such as they were when tbe 1'opeand his court took their share in them, may be inclined to hope, dazzled and delighted and ira- Eretwetl as he may have been, that he as done with ceremonies fore...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 January 1877

ME I liiiii m) ML ' r ... - B. F. SCHWEIER, THf COH3TITUTI0H THI CHIOM ASD TUB I5F0KCZMEXT OF THI LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXI. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY, PEXNA.. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3. 1877. NO. 1.' J TIE LOOM OF LIFE. BT EBE9 B. BETTOBD. All dsy. an night. I can bear tbe Jw, Of tbe loom of life, and near and far It thrills with iU deep and muffed sound, A the tiniless wheels go alnays around. Bnily. eeaelefslT gtl the loom In the libt of day and the midnight' gloom. Tbe wheels are turning early and lata, And the woof is wound in the warp of fate. Click, clack ! there's a thread of lore were in. Click, clack! another of wrong and sin ; Wbt a checkered thing will this life bo, Wneu we tee it d trolled in eternity ! ' Time, with a face like a mystery. And hands as busy as hands can be. Sits at the loom with it warp outspread. To catch in its menhes each glancing thread. When ehaU this wonderful web be done ? In a thousand years perhaps, or one ; Or to-mcrrow. WLo knowtth ?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 January 1877

,''-si-eB - - wa" - J SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. fTealnesdar, January s, 18TT. B. F. SUHWEIEU, serroa ass raorarrroa. EevolutionI Warl" Revolution and 'war ig 'what is ir.es.nt by the EandaD, and Wood, and Tildes leaders of the Democracy when they doelare that the Lower House of Concjreas shall secede from Congress if Tilden is not declared elected on the 14th day of February, the day declared by the Constitution of the United States aa the time wLen the result of election shall be announced and the President of the United States declared by the Presi dent of the Senate in the presence of both Houses. Whichever party, whether Hayes or Tilfien, that it unelected by the re Biilt of the opening of the regular certificates from the Electoral Col leges of the respective States must abide by the result. If any real grievance or wrong, or fancied grievance or wrong, is felt, the only way to bring it properly be fore the country and obtain redress, fvr the aggrieved one, is to c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 January 1877

i J SENTIKir&"'REPUBnCAN 1 MIFFLINTO W2i r VrtitUtr, Jab liar t 3, ISTT. , TERMS. ' 8bcriptloB. fl J0 per annum, If paid nl in 12 saoutha ; $2.00 if not paid within ft UKB(b. " . Transient advertisements inserted t 60 aetiLg jyr inch for eeb insertion. Tiaasieat buine.s notices ia local col- Ocwt, ltt can l- for ch Dudnetions rteujale toth ,se desiring to jKerllss ty iae year, half or quarter vear. f J FEXX'A. B. E. TIME TABLE. ON and art Sunday, Nov. 2th. 1876, pa-s-Tger trains will leave Mifflin Sta ll, m. 1. U. B.., as follows ! uniiu. . f Philadelphia Express ....12 M a m JMuTln Accommodation ........ fl '25 a in .Pacific Express ....10 19 am JJchnstown Kijvs. ....... .-..11 -a lu :Jail 6 06 p iu Atlantic Espress 16 p in WKSTWAEB. ' iP;ttb:'.rg Express 12 a m f- pacific Express 4 02 a m 1 Way Passenger 10 00 a ni ..... tiOpn ft Lire 4 68 p nt J'lif?!::i Accommodation 8 W) p m I :". t flail except Snndtn. f Tciy rxcesU Sud) mgkt. i Xs txcipl Mon day. LOCJL ISTELLliiESCE. Sitt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 January 1877

IwBICClTTBAL. Waste Laxds. Lauu which pro duce nothing and are not zrowinz bet ter are a tax upon a farmer' resources agaiust which there appears to be no counter balancing Item. Year after Year as he makes up bis balance sheet there is this item for the cost of this waste land and the interest upon it. The original sum remains the same but the interest runs up with the addition of one rear more, as the twelve months come around. The improvement of these lands so as to render them a source of income, has been receiving a good deal of attention for the past live years, and thousands of acres of marsh lands have been drained and made partially available i husbandry during the time. The effect upon production is not probably notice able yet, but the good effect upon the health of the people Is too apparent to escape even the most careless observer, There are yet large areas of this low land covered during the summer with a rank, coarse gra, and for the rnot part saturated with water to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 January 1877

Ss'l SSI Hi : iti m TBI CONSTITUTION TH1 UNION AND THI ISTORCIMaK? OF THI LAWS. Editor and Proprietors B. F. SCHWEIER, MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10. 1877. NO. "2. VOL. XXXI. If i 1 A CHSISTKAS SOSG. The oak is a etroog and stalwart tree, And it lifts iU branches op. And catches the dew right gallantly la many a dainty cnp. And the world is brighter, and better n-aJe, Became of the woodman's stroke. Descending in can, or falling in shade. On the sturdy form of the oak. B it stronser. I ween, in apparel green. And trappings so fair to see ; With its precious freight, for small and great. Is the beautiful Christmas-tree. The elm in a kind and goodly tree. With its branches bending low ; The heart is glad when its form we see. As we list to the riTer's flow. At ! the heart is glad, and the pulses bound. And joy illumines the faro, Wijenever a goodly elm is fouud. Because of its beanty aud praoe. But kiuder. I ween, more godlyin mien. With branches more droo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 January 1877

SENTLVEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWW. vTedaesday, January la, ITT. B. F. SUHWEIEK, tDrroa aid ptermxcro. The Governor's Message. After a brief recognition of the ImrintsB inactivity Governor Hart ranft openq directly on the finance of the Commonwealth. TLe net debt is stated to be nearly ? 14,000,000. Of the payment of ills iaiWiiedness the Governor says : la ihe next five years about twelve millions of the State loans become I'.vv-Lle. To pay the same would take an annu:tl payment of nearly t-T iinl a half millions of dollars. This is not practicable nor desirable. 1, therefore, recommend that a new Kan be authorized, at a rate of inter est not exceeding five per centum, redeemable in fifteen years and pay able in thirty years, for snch amount as may be deemed in excess of a rea sonable red'icti-ra of the public debt f.s the nt-t five years. A new five per cci-t-im loan would be taken prosiptly r.t a premium and a large aiaiunt of interest 6aved. The de sirability of such investme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 January 1877

was . i v i i i l . 1 I I 1 8 fcXTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN: TTcdieadar, January IB, 1ST?. TERMS" SnbsxrriptioTi, $1.50 per innnm, If paid ittin IK u.ouths ; 92.00 if not pad within II (BOtlllt. T.ansjnt adrertisements Inserted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. riMi'nt business notices in local col timn, 1 cents per line lor each insertion. Deductions be ina-ie to th ae desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter vocr. PENN'A. E. E. TIME TABLE. ON and after Sunday, Nov. 2'3rh, 1870, passenger tram will leave Mifflin Sta tion, 1. h. II., as follows : kastwabd. ffhi!ad( !j Via Express 12 CI a m ;"it!'.in A-ct nodal ion 6 25 t li L . . Ill ( in i: ' " ;r .." JJohnstown Express 1 1 a m i Vlail 6 05 p in ? 4.;lanric Express 8 Id p m westwabd. trstsbnrp Express ............ .1- SB a m i j'aeiiio r.xprcss 6 ( 2 a -u j Paenger lo w a m j JVail 8 3lpml Tf"at Line 4 38 p lu i :n Accommodation 8 w p in I UjUi. I JCeifjr except Sunday, t f '') trctft iasJaj night, i Dily t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 January 1877

AjCELS still ars bright, though - THE BRIi HEST FL'LL" O happy thoa-bt mo well expressed. TO 4rir mistreat away. And Mud to those who doubtful pine. Of confidence rmj. If men in high positions fall. As fail they often do ; If in toe heart you trusted moat, Dark things era brought to view Lxtk round ! kmm others meet be fonnd To til the empty place. All got.e- caunot ret be gone From oat ttie haaiui race. If, of the prize yon treasured most, Tour bean is now bereft. Despair not, for in store for yon Sjme pleasures yet are left. An though the proenect to your eyee Is darker than the niht Remember, 'thoah the briheet fell," That "Angela still are bright." A. 31 Ufe la India The next day 1 lui-l at the City of 1'ai.ufn, ami shortly after had an audi ence of the Mat qui of Hastings, Gov-TiHr-(jen-ral aud Coiutiiaiidrr-in-(Jliu f of India, to whom 1 brought letters from his niece, Laly William KurmI, Mr Cook, of J 1 oik ham. Lord Lautlerdale, and Lord Holland. Then nerved me in K'oJ f tta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 January 1877

.... r-. v-Hrr-w MI : ' B F SCHWEIER, ' ' ' ' . : . '. i . THS CONSTITUTION THE CXI05 ASD THB ENFORCEMENT OF THI LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL.XXXI. - MIFFLINTOWN, JIJNIATA CQUyrY, PEXNA.V WEDNESDAY, JANUAJIY.17. 1S77. XO. 3. ! I ! i If ii if r hi KYORHS. BT EDWIS E. CORBIOA. The antnmn leaves are fallen AH withertS tc the ground. The summer" golden light ia put, And all eeema daik around : Yet though tbe sunshine's faded. And eeasona qnickly flee I'll not forget the amile of her Who's all the world to me! ' Or like a lovely poem We loog to hear onoe more. Like tbe sound of moonlit waters, Breskiug on tbe ehore : ' Tiiongb pant and gone those happy hours We never more shall see. Fond mem'rj still recalls her Toice Who's all the world to me! . Though worldly forms divide us. Though time and distance part, 111 hold her well-loved image . Deep treasured in my heart : Aud wbereeoe'r I wander. Still thought and fancy free I'll pray that Heaven may guard her steps, Who'e all tbe world ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 January 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MFFLINTOWX. Wednesdaj, January IT, IBTT. B. F. S (MI WEI Ell, EDtTOB ASD MOFintTOK. The Bennett-May Trouble Stind the Penalties, Bennett, and Un cover the Bascals. How the news got abroad that Mr. Bennett, of the New York Herald, n J a Jlins May, of New Tori City, were to be married we do not know, we do not care, and why they were not iiuu : k-J at the time stated for them to to lie, but a little while ago, we do not know, we do not care, for those are phases of their life that are private and no cue's business but their own. As to the matter between Miss May's big brother and Mr. Bennett, the case is far different. Theirs is phase of life that comprehends the interest of every individual man, for if one man may be stricken down for a real or imagined grievance, as was Bennett, and the authority of a town or city look on and only smile, every other man may fall among the ways of bullies too. It is of interest, again, because the Grand Jury of the Tweed-rid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 January 1877

M5TINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: Wednesday. Jaoamry IT, 187T. TERMS. Subscription, 91 M per annum, If paid it tin 12 njouth ; $2.00 if Dot paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line tor each insertion. Deductions "ill be made to th se desiring to advertise T Ue year, half or quarter vsar. PENN'A. B. RETIME TABLE. ON and after Sunday, Nor. 2oth, 1876, passenger train will leave MUUin Sta tion, P. K. K-, as follows t EASTWaaD. frhiladelphia Express 12 M a m t Midi in Accommodation 6 25 a m Pacific Express 10 19 a ra ! Johnstown kx press 11 t a lu :VaU 6 05 p in Atlantic Express 915pm WESTWaBD. tPittsbnrg Express 12 R8 a m IPariiic Ex -es 6 02 am War Passenger 10 00am :Vaii 8 30pm Jr'ast Line 4 58 pm J il ittl in Accommodation ........ 8V0pm I Vailv. 1 Daily except Suudav. t Tail txctpt Sunday uigkt. Duitf txctpt Mon day. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Uppish Grain and potato...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 January 1877

CRADLE S05G. . Bleep, my baby, beside the fire, , - ' Bleep, child, sleep ; , Winds are wailing, nigher sod Higher, Wares are rising, higher and higher. Sleep, child, sleep ; While tlij father, oat on the sea. Toils all night for thee and me. Sleep, my baby, content and blest, , r , deep, child, sleep ; ' "Whether the heart in thy mother's breast Be lib.t or hoary o best ! so best ! Sleep, child, sleep ! While thy father, ont on the sea. Toils all night for thee and me. Terr I He Ballaaa Adveatare. "You re about to witness Professor Wi ascension," said a gentleman to me, as I entered the enclosure devoted . -to ttie aeronautic display. lie was au entire stranger to me; but n, V. . . 7 na i, ...... .. . , 111 sin m 'it Fare At Al I quette, I did not object to this brusque mode of introduction, and to civilly an swered "Yes." . "But I shall go farther to see it than you will," continued the gentleman. '."I intend to ascend with Professor W." "You may go farther and fare worse," said I...

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