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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 January 1877

r v s B' r SCHWEIER, ' ... ' . THS CONSHTUTIOS THB U5I05 AND THE EKFOKCIMENT Or THI tAWS.' : " '"' ' . ' V " ' ' ' "' ' "'.-. '. . ' ? . - " Editor ndProprf atOrV 1 XOt7xXxi. , . MIFFLINTOWN,-JUNIATA'. COUyTYjiENyA.HWEDyESDAY JANUARY-'24.':1877.,! V,." 7 V,-:'.:.'. V NO. "THS BUNCH OF WHEAT." We bend to-day o'er a hallowed form. And onr tears fall quickly down. As we lock our last on a father' face. With its tranquil peace and patient grace And hair like a silver crown. As we touch onr own to the dear oold hands, From life's long labor at rest. We notice a hunch of golden wheat, flacked as a token of lore ao sweet, And laid on the silent breast. Flowers would have whispered of fadeless bloom In a land where fall no tears, liut the ripe wheat tell of the toil and care. The patient waiting, the trusting prayer. And the garnered good of years. We knew through what labors his hands had passed Through what za&svi place his feet. And we Jo red in the peace of hi brow ao white. As leac...

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. — 24 January 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFMNTOWN. tredaesdajr, January 4, IS . B. F. SCIIWKIEIt, arret aaa rur ikto. Their Waj-Fonr Ways or Metl oda of Counting tie Electoral Vote-What are the Would-be Changeless Men Going to do with the Three Methods of the Fast that they Themselves Sup ported f The People are With the Flan of Settlement as Re ported by the Committee. Eighteen buodred jears ago they ailed ibe bands and feet of criminals to erosses and set tbe erosses in tbe ground and allowed tbe fiction to die on them. Tbe Redeemer of man died tbat way. Tbat waa the aietbod of execution in those dars and among tbat people, and those who proposed some other way were considered a rather dangerous set, to be watched with the greatest of caution. Kighteen bnndred years ago tbe in Labiterts of Englsud, Scotland and Ire land, in summer-time ran naked aa when tbcy were born, and in winter time a few of them wore a ekio or robe eruutid them, as tbe American Indian c j.. cow. TLat was their way, and t...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 January 1877

Err'ivj, i t. . SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN M1FVLINT0WN : TERMS. Uloripua. 1.50 per annuo, f paid sittttx II Mentha j $2.00 if ut P"I within II month. , Traasteat advertisements inserted at 60 Mh per in'cb for each insertion. TrausleBt business notice in local col asnc, 10 cenk.s per line for each insertion. Dsducjiooa iH be made to th-ae desiring to aTWbao h hlf or ".a"1" PENK'A. B. TIME TABLE. OK and after Sunday, Tjior: i ., 1876, passenger traina will lei fa kifliin Su tton, J. K. H., aa followa : bastwabb. Philadelphia Express 12 64 a m tMtfiia Arcominodatioa 6 tiS a ni Pi.eiue Express v. ... 10 19 4 m IJohiistnwn Kxpres 11 Z t a ui JVsil 6 05 p m Atlantic Exprcse U.. ........ 9 13 p ni VEVTW11D. "ittsbm-g Express . ,svV2 88 a m l?acic Express 2 a ni I Way Passenger 10 W a ni J dul 8 p ni ;r"a Line ... 4 68 p m jaftflio Aecoi&jioAatioB ........ 8 00 p ni I fi7. I iJmilf txctpl Sunday- t Tai'y icpt i,udmj ij. Zrirjr txttpt Mam- 10CJL IKTELLIGESCE. A surreif jf sleighiug. A.e j...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 January 1877

HOPFS VICTORY. Dark clooda bad epi ead across the sky A 1 named o'er the old-loved wsja, And through the trees the breezea sighed, While sunbeams hid their golden raja. -Oh. all ia dark and aad around. And in cy heart no light ia found ; Xo more will hrightneaa o'er me spread ; For joy ia gone, and hope U dead!" - E'en aa I spake the aon abone forth One heavenly amile from ont the aky. That abed a balm within my breast. And from my heart aad thonghta did fly. "Oh in Use gloom that gathers round. Let trust within the heart be found ; Then, when the sunbeams gild the lea. Sweet Hope will gain a victory !" Tintley's Magazine. Charles Halhew's Pswtn at atlas. Ftrwa- Mrs. Mathews, tells some extraordi nary anecdote of her husband's powers of personation off the stage, which were so marvelous that he could, with out change of dress, assume a character so completely as to deceive his most in timate friends. The personage thus as sumed went by the name of Mr. Fenny man ; once he was expelle...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 January 1877

THE CONSTITUTION THB UNION ASD THE ENFORCEMENT OF THB LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. B. F. SCHWEIER, MIEFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31. 1S77. NO. 5. VOL. XXXI. THE FAEYES FEEDETH ALL BT CH1BLES O. LELaND, IS "OOLPES Ul IJE. Sly lord ride through bia palsoe gats Mr lady sweeps along in state. The aac tbiuka Ions on many a tiling. The rua.don mtues on marrying ; Tbe miustrcl barpeth merrily ; Tbe sailor ploughs tbefoaming sea, Ttie limit-man kills tbe pood red deer. And tlie soldier Tars without e'en fear ; Cut Ml to each, whate'er befall, Tbe tanner be must feed them all. Fruit h hamrnereth clierry tf d the sword. Pri st preachtth pi:re tbe Holy Word, Dame Alice worketh I roid ry well. Clerk Ilichard tales of love can tell. Tbe tap-wife sella h.r foaming beer, Lan Fisher tialieth in the mere. And courtiers rai'rio. strut and shine. While paes uiiiig the Oiscon winej; lint fall to each, wbate'er befall. Tbe farmer be must feed them alL Jln builds bis castle fair...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 January 1877

8LNTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIJFL1NT0WN. fTefaeMiay, Janaary 31, Ml. F. sen WE IE u. Ufroi A rtoranrroB. The Bill Signcd-President Grant a Great Soldier and a Great Statesman. Lost Mcm'lay President Grant signed the bill, that was published in these columns, that provides for the settlement of the dispute over the electoral rote in several of the South ern States. The dispute was quite a serious one. It involved the States immedi atelv interested in the wrangle, and it involved the whole country; and then, too, it involved the most des epotic power. 1st It involved the States, or the people of the States, who got into the wrangle over their own election, 2nJL It involved the whole people, Ixscausc the people in the States in the wrangle, did not settle their dis - pute at home, but came to Congress with it. 3rd. It involved a despotic princi ple, for it was argued that one man hd the settlement of all the disputes in question. The President of the Senate, it was argued, had the des- n...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 January 1877

fejhj L - 1 SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFL1NT0WN : Wean ir. Jry si, wn. TERMS. " TiterrpIo, I1-&0 per arinnm, f (M iUn 12 nwatiu $2.00 if nt paid within it booth. ftwnieat edvertieeraerfU Inserted at 60 eaU per Inch for each inertion. Transient boalneas notices in local col Bum, 10 ents per Hoe for each insertion. Deductions will be made to th .se desiring to advertise Br too fur, half or quarter PENK'A. B. EJTIME TABLE. ON and after Sunday, Hot. 26th, 1876, passenger trains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. B. R., as follow j (rrwA(D. fPhiladelphia Express 12 M a m I Mifflin Accommodation .. Pacific Express , .Johnstown Express ....... ;Mail Atlantic Express WESTW4XD. Pittsburg Express , 6 25 a m .10 la m . 1 1 32 a in r 12 88 a ra ....... o it a m .......10 00am Pacific Express .... Way Passvnger..., iwail :Kt Lin 4 6S p m x Min m Accoinmoatxion ..-... o w imp . r . . in Araiuiuiuuii.1011 U1g the inquiry in the community as I Daily, t Daily txctpl Sunday, f f ai.y , . J . J tjt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 January 1877

LITTLE PEOPLE. Full of frolic full of fan Little people, bow they ran; street, Thrcagn each lane, and through each Trace their buy, happ y feet ; Over nwadowa sweet end fair Little people eTeryw bare In the palace by the aea ; In the house of hit;h degree : In the garden of the great : In the towns of ancient date. Children ramble free from Little people everywhere. In the hovels made of day. Full of gladsome, merry play In the wigwams, in the cota, Indian babes and Hottentots Frolic with their dark limbs Little people everywhere. On the mountains, in the vales ; Along the roads and flowery dales. Chasing butterfly and bee. Airy, graceful blithe and free, Children ramble sweet and fair Little people everywhere ! Tbe Shortest Days. The Hartford Time in a penial article says : "The shortest days of the year are upon db. All this northern half of the planet is cow turned so far away from the sua that we who live in this part of what is by a pleasant fiction railed the temperate rone on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 February 1877

IHE CONSTITUTION THI CHIOS ASD THB KiFORCBMEXT 0 THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. B. F. SCHWEIER, MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1S77. NO. G. VOL. XXXI. i i 3 c f f ; I it II TXDER THE SSOW. The brown old earth lies quitt and still Under the snow ; The farrows are bid on the broken bill Coder the snow ; EyerT twig is fnngd with mowy pearl, The drooping eedm bend to the ground. The rose-trash i drifted iuto the mound. And "till fiom the silent sly to the gronud The white fiafces noiselessly whirL The roads and fields are buried deep Coder the snow ; The hedges He in a tangled heap Under the snow ; And the little gray rabbits trader thsta creep. While the twittering sparrows cunningly peep Frcta the slultcriss briers and cozily sleep , Under the snow. i The rough old barn and sbeds near by. The mounted straws of the wheat and rye. Are covered with snow ; The straggling fences are softened with down. Every part is white, w:th a beautiful crown Of drifted eu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 February 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAI MlFFUNTOWii. WtfT,sIa, Frary T, lttt. B. F. SUH W J2IEU, wroa rtorairroK. Pkesidest Gaurr sent a message to Congress in favor of specie payments. The lower House of Congress has nguin taken up the President's pay, and reduced it to $25,000. Last Tborsday the counting of the electoral vote was begun. The States vrere bJcen alphabetically. The count it. procee JeJ finely until Florida tea reached, when four sets of returns vera presented, three of them being feu- Xii Jn electors. Their case looks a good deal like that of a number of parties combined bidding for a con tract Is Washington the strongest con fidence prevails that the outcome of the eleo tonal count will be the elec tion f Hayes. In betting circles, the odds are two to one in favor of Hayes. The fact that Tilden is so plainlymixed up in the Oregon fraud, taints his character, 60 for as this is possible, and makes even respectable Democrats feel that he deserves de feat The result will soon be know...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 February 1877

i i i i f i 1 i v t 4. SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: trBCiday. Febraary T, ISTt. TERMS. Subscription, $l.&n per annnm. If paid Hn 12 mouths ; $2.00 if aot paid within t a,o.ths. Transmit advertisements inserted at 50 SrcU per inch for each insertion. Translt business notices In local col ana, 10 cents P" liDe ,or ech insertion. Dcd uctions trill be msde to th ae desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter PENN'A. B. BhJCIME TABLE. ON and after Snnday, Nov. 2fith, 1874, passenger trains m ill leave Mifflin Su tton, V. K. K-, as follow : feAtTWABB. Philadelphia Expres 12 M a m Viftlin Accommodation 6 25 a m .Pacific Express lUlHam JJohrtstown Express ............II 32 a ni XXil 6 05 p m Atlantic Express 9 15 p m WESTWASD. Pittiqrc Express 12 38 a m 5 Pacific Express 6 l2 a m . Way Passenger 10 00am tMai". J fin p in JFast Line 4 68 p m Mifl'ia Accommodation 8 00pm I Daily. Daily except Sasrf.it. t f iy trtjtl Sunday uigkt. i Daily tzctpt Mon day. LOCJL IXTELLIGESCE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 February 1877

' ' ftOSALD CRJTil Ttraa in the jojons Spring tics I strolled with Donald Gram ; He told me thmt he lored me, I whiapcred back the atme. I scarce could apeak for rapture. The world seemed lathed in lijjbt : The air was filled with fragrance. And all things charmed the eight. The birds, so sweetly warbling, Toored forth their trilling lays. While my glad heart re-echoed Their grateful bimn of praise ; And next Mar day, from yonder ohnrch, He'll lead me forth a bride. Through Love's eternal Springtime To wander side bv aide. Kagaclty f Elf pbamts In atom Howe' circus was showing a t In dianola wLen the storm ot the Fourth came on, and because of the injury to the railroads taho compelled to remain tliere until the track was temporarily repaired. Then the circus started for their next jilace of exhibition. When about ciftlit miles out one corner of a bridtre Rave way, and three cars containing animals ran off the track and turned over in the mud very gent ly. The tirst car contained ho...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 February 1877

1 . ' k ' , . , THJ CONSTITUTION THB UNION AND THB ENFORCEMENT OP THS LAWS. . Editor and Proprietor B. F. SCHWEIER, VOL. XXXI. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PEXNA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1S77. NO. 7. EEE A5SWER. All day long rbe held mr question ' la her heart ; Shunned rcj eyes that craved an utwer, Moved apart ; Touched my haul in Good-niht greeting, - Couer prew Should I leave to-morrow ? early ? Then Adieu! Kent her head in Farewell courteous. Onward pawed. While a cold hand gripped my heartstrings. Held them f- Ktiil I waited, still I liatened ; All my aoo. Trembled in the eyea that watched her As tihe stole I'p the stairs with measured footstep. liut she turned Where a lamp in brazen bracket Brightly burned. Showed me a'J the glinting ripples Of her hair, Veiltd her eyes in violet shadows Glimmered where Curved her mouth in soft compliance As she bent Toward me from the dutky railing Where ehe leant Ah, icy love! One nh.te hand wanders To her hair, Sljwly lifts the rose that ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 February 1877

SENTINEL k REPUBLIC!!! MlFFLLNTOvVN. trcdniday,Fbraary 14, 18TT. R. F. SOU WE IEK, semes axo raoparcToa. Florida ban bn declared for Hayes end Wheeler by the Commission or ea ts 1 to e- tntider (be questions in dispute n to the electors froo that State. The Seoate approved of the work of the Cquixihxiou io the Florida case, lut the Lwer Il.nse as a separate K.rH JiJ not approve of the action of C j J-i. o in that case, but passed a resi'dtiaa declaring the Hayet electors frjn Fiotdn nil elected. The Senate nri House in joint convention, however, declared the State for Hayes and Vheeler. Call oo tbe members to resign tcjo refute to eoncur in tbe aotion of t':e C'Biir.ision. They misrepresent tUeir constituents, frr their constituents, regrd!j33 of party, are in favor of a settieuint nf the dispute, iq accord ance with tie provisions of the bill un-J-.r which tbe Com mission is acting. The Commission proceeded to tbe rir,nideraiion ol tbe case of Louisiana. How it will be declare ia n...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 February 1877

3 SE5TLVEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN. OWN: 7ednidT. February 11.1STT. TERMS. KrhfcrTtion. $1 .5" per annum. V paid rutin 12 montiis ; $2."0 if Hot paid within i2 myr-.ths. T-a-ieni sdvertisements inserted at 60 et per inch lor ech insertion. Transi-nt business notices in local col ciroi, 10 cents per line lor each insertion. eductions will be made to those desirir.;; V d--ertis by the year, half r quarter FEJTK'A. S. lTIME TABLE. OV ard after Sntidae. "ov; 25th. 1876, tan-reer train will leave MitC'.n Su :! -c, V. K. R., an follows t EASTWaBD. Tt'iiVadcIphla Express .....12 54 a in JViS.i-t Avcommialation ........ 6 25am tV.-c He rJxp-css Hlaoi : lol.:.gta t-Z4v II 32 am ;-ail 6 05 p m l.i;iiruc Express 9 15 p m WISTWaBD. 1plt:hnrc Kxwas 12 88 a m Sparine Express 6 02 a m !"Ta passenger .10 CO a in JWall i 30 p in :Ks Lint 58 p m JV.rttia Accommodation 9 00 pin fjcily. Daily tsctpl Snnday. t f ify tzctft Snnien night, i Diilf txctpt Mon- LOCJL ISTELLIGEACE. Advertise your business. L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 February 1877

MATIN SCNG. bt KiXABD TAYL. I let Uie deareet dream depart That night to love reTealeil. Sotue e"er spirit in my heart My sleeping eyes nsiralecl. Vet still 'Itu lore tlist led me here And bids my feet delay. Aline, and light the dawn, my dear ! Look forth, and bricg the day. As oat of darkness yonder star Of whiUwt ray is bom. As birds and blowoms feel afar The coming of the morn, S thou hast dawn'd, and now art Dear, To brighten and to stay : My being dies in thine, my dear! As daybreak dies in day ! Atlantic WotMy. T rat el in- In Japna. W'e found accommodations, never so very bad, In all the villages of any size, an J trie Japanese hotels are as good (axvorJinjf to Jjtianese; ideas of comfort) as those in any other couutry. The rooms are clean and a warm bath is tilways to be obtained. The natives sli-ep rolled in padded quilts of cotton and from these a fairly comfortable KurojH-an bed can be easily extnuor ized, by spreading one for a mattress, roiling iiji another for a pillo...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 February 1877

- 1 " T" ' - J B. F. SCHWEIER, VOL. XXXI. - ItEETINS. - A meeting of hamls auJ a meeting of voices. A toneb and a tone where two spirit are one; A chord that. d ar heart, stiil riuga and rejoices; And makes you my own by the life thns be- Suu- ' " i . : A meeting of ran!, where meeting were mad ness If Jit wire ntt eqnal, and love lived alone ; Wh sn e clasped did we cot ? in the arm of oar gladreM, To wondor aud wake with the Joys that we own. Then apeak, with that voice which, ao mow ed mated, llm wedded its soul to the garment of song, Ai.d lmscr. O love. till, with spirit elated, I li'Un aud live with a life glowing long. And tell me that waiting fliall never divide Da, That want ehall not wa-.te, and datb ahall not dim The affection t!at gloaa. and the trust that hae ?ri d oe The life that leap r,p of the darkneea ao ! Else ti'.ecce. O silence. I ilare not invoke it ! In stillnef-a to die. If tout dnmbnesa wocld kill; To wait in despair, while no feladuees can choke it. And cry...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 February 1877

dENTINEL & REPUBLICAN JSIFFLINTOWN. fretfei4ay,Fcbraarr I, tnt f. sun wei eh, imtoi a raoranrro. No Eerolutioa or War. Of t&e tbr- State in dispute, Flor ida and Louisiana bave been declared by the C mtnission to be for Hajrr Oregon, at this writing (Tueedsy), baa- not ret been declared for either Byes or Tilden, but it it geoerally eooceded to Hayes. Last Friday, after the Commission Lad decland Louisiana for Iliyei, a number of Democrats at Washington were ug.' in their laupuageand manner, aud if they bad bad tbeir way, they would bare carried tbeir party into revolutionary work. Ou Saturday and Monday evenings tiio Ivaiocrary beld caucuaea at Washington, and in them tbey bad a warm -time. The honorable ele- Utfni of the party easily carried tbe day against the revolutionists, and thus loey have toid the country that their tarty shall not be carried for revolu tion and vr, ia the face of a plan for -tilexeut that tl.ey all agreed to. The Barrel of Money in Oregon Cipher De...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 February 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN TOWN : Wcdaeidar. ftebraarjr 31,1STT. TERMS. Stsbecripttoti. $1.60 per annum, if paid fit in 12 month ; 92.00 if nut paid within It months. Transient advertisement inserted at 50 Cent per inch Tor each insertion. Transient business noticea in local cnl , 10 cents per line for each insertion. Ded action will be made to thoee deairing to advertise by the year, half or quarter vesr. PENK'A. E. E. TIME TABLE. o X and after Sunday, Xor. 26th, 187C, pasyehcer train will leave Mifflin Sta tioa, P. tU R-, as follow : XASTWAD. Philadelphia Expres 12 t4 a m J HI iff. in Areonituodation ........ 6 23 a m Pacific tx press IU 19 a m Johnatowa Kipresa 11 82 a ra .Mail 6 OA p ni A (Untie Kapresa tlipm WESTWARD. Pittsburg Experts 12 88 a ra IPscitic Express 6 02 a m (War Passenger .10 00am ;Mail S 10 pin :t'ast Line 4 68 p m JViWin Accommodation ........ 8 V0 p m I Daily, t Daily except Stnduy. t tmily except Sunday nifhl. t Doily except Mow LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Paw...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 February 1877

"WIATXNOW TOtf. Oh you who read nme songs that I have sung. What know too of the soul from whence it prune ? . , - . Dost dream tbe poet erer speaks alond - Hia secret thought ant tit though ties crowd ? Go take the pretty eea-ebell from tbe abore Yon have its ahspo, and color bat no more. It tell not one of those vat mrsteries That lie boneath the surface of the seas. Oar songs are sheila cant out by waves of thought. Here take them at jonr pleasure but think not. You're seen beneath tbe surface of tbe wsTea Where lie our shipwreck and onr coral cares, Ella H".Vv Vr, is Frank lslu JJayaritw. I p la a fiallaaa It was the d.v of the annual fair in my town. Everybody know the ora n when monstrosities gratify the morbid taste, and fasciuatiug weets al lure the appetites and deplete the poc kets of the youngling. Having arrived at years of discretion, I paveu by on the other side, and wa walking leisurely homeward, when my attention was arrested by a mysterious inclosure, in the centre ...

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