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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 28 February 1877

B F SCHWEIER,' -'V -, THE CONSTITUTION -THI PRION AND THS ENF0RC1UEST Of THI LAWS. ' v. ?'. ' ' Editor and Proprietor. VOL: XXXL : MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY; TENXAi; WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1S77. , XO. 9. - AT THE WINDOW. FXOJt TEX SOBQUAli Or f!CU . . i m. u. s-racnaaD. ' I saw Lim through, the window ' 'The new mfOn was in siht ' Come stealing down the garden. - Om W;tnj sniamer ui ;ht- He tnd cpon the wioJow ; : Give me a kirn." he id : And etraijjhtwaj I wa-l hidden. Like a littie mouse, in bed. One eve above the beJ-ciothus Was oh, so fast asleep Hut the other beneath 'twas lucky He Tvaa not there te peopl le called ajain, as eager As the a lag for cooling brooks, r the bee that in the Uie For golden honey look ! The silence of my chamber It aiutoot made me start For nothing there betrayed me, 1 JJnt the beating of my heart I - - He kMeoked and called, and called me. And Lis TOice, ao clear and sweet. It pulled away the bed-clothes. And stood me on my fuet ! It drew me to the...

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. — 28 February 1877

if MIFFUNTOWN. Yreseady,Febraarr a, I87T. a K SU1I WEI Kit, A Cheering Sign. VLtn such men m Senator HiU, of Georgia, come forward an J tell the onntrj generally, and the revolu tionists in particular, that the South will be faithful to bdr pledges that the mxle when the Commission was crested to settle the question, of whicL are the legal Presidential re tains, it is time for attch obstruction ists as Stetgvt and Reily to hide their facwa. Thej belong to the cap lions circle, that fan the flame of contention. It U a pitj that the Ja r id.ta Valley Las two such ruuToprs nerti tires in Congress, but it is a c'ii-in bign that the South has a nr.mbfei- of such honorable Senators a Mr. Kill in Congress now. 'Where ttbntru'tkm was looked for it did tvt appear. Such is the cheering What tli 3 Country Understood the Tribunal Should Decide. Hayes has iM declared the legally olwctod President of the United States by the Commission that was author ized to settle the disputed question between ...

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. — 28 February 1877

SE5TIXEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : wTedneadar, February aa.HTt. TERMS. .S jWription, $1.50 per annnm, if paid rutin 1J! mouths; $2.00 if not pid within 12 month. Transi-ni idvertiseraents inserted at 50 cent p inch lor each insertion. Transient business notice in local col wii, 10 cents per line lor each insertion. Inductions mil be made to those desiring t3 advertise by the year, half or quarter PENN'A. B. lTIMETABLEi ON srd after Sunday, Hoy'. 2".th, 1876, passenger trains will leave MiHiia Sta n. . K. K., as follow : tttTWAtO. H'uibd-Vi's Express 12 l- a m ui Accommodation 6 2o a m I.pMS...... 10 19 a oi : :,:aiCB Kx,rcss ............ 1 1 S2 a ni ;v; r: 6 05 p m f . "jr. :ie Exj--.ss .............. 915pm t!' :'i-rr rsprws 12 8in 5"hmuc txprcss 6 "2 a ru f Y : Passenger 10 00 a m ii.il w ftfOplu rf'srt Line . .i. ............. ... 458 pm " V in Accommodation 8 00 p m Daily. J Daily except Sunday, f Tatty -.- ctpt Sunday n'gkl. Dvilw except Jfca duu. LUCJL ISTE LLIGES CE. Blue...

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. — 28 February 1877

TO A PAIR OF OLD BOOTS. Ve two oorapat ions of my wintry w, . Oft have we trudged it many ft tedious mile Through slop, and mire, and mui. and cling ing clay. And paced along with true pedestrian toil Now, aore against my will, we part at length. For ye are both grown old, and loth worn oat; Your tongh tanned bodies hare resigned their strength. And water pierce your soles that once were v stoat. What boots it now that yon were boots of yore So neatly shining, stipple, smooth and black No patent lustre can your gloss restore. No cobbler can recall your rains back. So man shall fail, and all his works to boot, Nor art nor medicine decrepitude recruit. Chambers' Journal low Frederick the tireat f ared m There U a curious story told of the manner iu which Frederick the Great could deal, where other men had foiled, with a prima donna of the period who was inclined to set too little store by the public. 1 his great artist aeemed to catch a cold, which had the effect of rendering her hoar...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 March 1877

iv -AS. V v k k i M 7 a as. a. J. . W . Ill F. y. . r fi N Mil IV IK 1 ! M i tHK C0S3TITCTI03 TBI ClflOH AKD THB E5F0B.CE1TE5T OF IHI LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. B. F. SCHWEIER, VOL. XXXI. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7. 1S77. NO. 10. I THE OLD STORT. I hmv loved the f md'y. truly. With all my tnuitiiii; brt ; Anl. like a rove in fir arch of ret. Have wandered where than art ; I've lingered round thee Jay by day Till by thy haude arrewed, . I've laid my weary, aching head I'pon thy loving breaeL. But tow rjr.y drernn of love in o'er 18 memories blight are pissed ; And recollections bnt recall The eceues that eculd not Like non-flke, which deacond on earth. They uie.U d. one by one, Ard disapj cared l.ke droja of dew, t'efure the morning aun. I would rot cat reproach npon Th-t faitblesa heart of thine ; Tor coiiK-eiice mn-t prve pang more keen Than bnn.io? wcrln of mine ; And aa the hand cf time engrave Its f urro a od on Irows, My memory Lnu before thy vjw ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 March 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MlFPLrNTOWN. vTednesda?, March 7, Wff. B. F.. SCH icrrot a riorum). An AH Uight Session Hayes and Whaeler President and Vice President Hayes Takes the Oath of Office Inaugurated. After an all nght session Hayes and V beeler were declared Piesident and Vice President, last Friday morning at 4:10 o'clock, they baring received 185, a majority of the Electoral College. The ceremony of administering tbe th of office to President Ilajes was performed by the Chief Justice on Sat urday at ibe White House, and the in auguration ceremony aad festivities were conducted on Monday and Mon day night, and tins has ended one of lotigvot civil contests known among tii e ti tor tbe governorship of a great ration of 40,000,000 of people. Among no ether people in the world could such political iutere.tta have been settled wuhout bloodshed, and tbe rights of one or the other conteuding parties beinif crushed out. People of all shades of politics may congratulate thenisflves on ...

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

SOTNEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTO'VN: rvedneadaj. March 1, 1STT. TERMS. Subscription. $Jbn per aonnm, if paid itr.iu 12 month 92.00 if nut paid within !2 months. Transient advertisement Inserted at 50 crsiv i-rr inch for each insertion. irat'sicut busine notice in local eol wti. ! cent pr line lor each insertion. l,liio:ioui m ill be male to those desiring o advertise by the year, half or quarter -at. PENN'A. B. RJTIME TABLE. ON and after Snnday, Nor. 26th. 1876, Vassenrer train will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. K. R., as follow : KAITWAKD. tPhiladciphia Express ..........12 64 a m tM:!.iiu Accommodation tt 23 a ni T .ciHe F.r press 10 1 a m l.'obnstown t-xpres 11 3'Jam :(il 6 05pm V.iantio Express 9 15 p m WISTWaaB. "it'shurg Express ..12 "8 a m J I'trihc Express 6l2ani y Passenger lOOUam ail ..... ...... 2 Sit p in Jr'aat Line 4 58 p ni !Mirtiln Accommodation 8 00 p in f Daily, t P-J'-'V except Suudaf. . t Cailf i-c.-'pi Sunley uigrj. i Dily except Mom dag. LOCJL ISTELLIG E A CE. Ra...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 March 1877

What the brightneaa of a brow ? What a a mouth rf pearls and corals ? -Beauty vauUhaa lite a rapor. Preach the men of mu-ty morals. EliOuld the crowd, then, ages fine. Have abut their ears to tinging Homer, Becans tbe manic fled m ood As fleets the violet's aroma ? Ah, for me, I thrill to eee The bloom a TelTt cheek discloses : Made of dust I well behove it ! 80 are lilies ! so are roues. Tbe Rains f r(hixe. Mr. W. E. liolxTtson writes from Blairbeth, Scotland, to the London Tims an follow : Hawing recently viited tbin once fauiouscity.I liave thought tbat it mitflit not be uninteresting to your readers to know sonietbinjrof the pre-en tcoudit ion of its rnins while at the fame time 1 call attention to the wholesale desti ac tion of the few butbeautilul remaining monuments of glory. Landing at the little town of Goletta, which is the port of Tunis, and distant from it about ten miles', I put up at the hotel there, kept by an Italian. A wide but shallow lagoon stretches out to ward t...

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

TX7 . tit .1 4 B. F. SCHWEIER, y trx roS3TITHTIfHTHl DWIOS AND THB ENFORCEMENT Or THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor VOL. XXXI. , MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.; WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14. 1877. NO. 11. 0, ROSIBUD GARLAND OF GIRLS. BT MBS. JT1JA EL C. DOKB. O. rosebud garlani of girhi I J If the a hole glad year were May : If muds un; low in the clustering leaves. And rosea bloomed always ; If youth vara all that there is of life ; 1 f Lie rear brought nothing of care aud strife. It were easy to fciiig a eons for you. Yet O, djt f,ariand of girla ! Is there nothing better than Maj, The golden glow of harveet-iiue. The rest of the autumn day? This thought I give you all to kep: Who eoaeth good seed shall surely reap. The year grows rich as it groweth old, Aud life's latest sands are ita sands of gold. The Love Leller. ' They had been boarding together at the farm, Jane lleth and Annie Con yers; and :!1 that autumn Mr. Craig had bo; n fishing aud shooting in the vicinity, and making tlie ...

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

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFL1NTOWN. fTenesday, March I-l, 111. C. F. SCnffKIEH, mii Asa f aoritirroa. And Thus Stands tha Situation. Tbe Cabinet of President Ilaies is s compound of new elements. None of the o'.i elements of Ex Presideot Grant's Ctiinet enter into its composition. It is compoaud of different elements of politics, sad, as a ebemut would say wbo had never prepared such a com pound, there is do felling ahat tbe dif ferent elements usy produce. No one can tell wbat it may produce when po litical q'lentiuns are brought before it for consideration. If it can escape from party consid eration, and level every interest up to the sooial, governmental, and business plane of the much wished for millennial period, which may be near, or may be ten thousand years away, happy will be the result, and loud and long will be the appUuse of the whole oountry. Everybody is longing for the millen nium, but somehow humankind is so crooked that it never yet bas been ush ered in. If it is...

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. — 14 March 1877

,.Z ,, SLVTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday. March 14, I ST TERMS. &serrptlon, S1.50 per onom, if paid wiitln t month ; $2.00 if Dot paid within 12 month. Transient advertisements inierted at 50 cent per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in loeI eol tun, 10 cents per line tor each insertion. Dud actions will be niade to those desiring to advertise toy the year, half or quarter tear. PENN'A. B. ETIME TABLE OV and after Sunday, Not. 26rh, 1876, passenger trains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. R. K., as follows ': ASTWaaD. frbiladetphia Express 12 54 a m j Miff. in Accommodation 6 25 a ni iPacibe Express ...1019am JJohi.stcmn kxiTews ........ .1.. 1 1 82 a lu V!il 6 0 p m Atlantic Express 9 16 p m wirrwitD. t?tttsburg Exprnss .....12 R8 a m ."aciHc Lxpress 6 t2 a ni I .Vsy Passenger 10 0U a m tMail SD p iu iKast Line 4 fs p m JMirHin Accommodation 8t)pw Daily, t Daily tzctpl Sunday, t Taiy tzctpt Sunday aigo. Dvi-'y tzctpt Mou day. LOCAL 1XTELLIGESCE....

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 March 1877

EIRDSL" ;i' Manic of upper ma I'lainer to mortal ear thn stars' low song, -What tremulous joy embodied do ye bear. Floating afar, long ? The foreet knows it veil. For breezes tell it to its counties leave ; It rings from every floweret's lowly bell ; And where the spider weaves Hie fiue-drawu lines each day, Btrstching across the creases' slender spires. There summer winds do sing it as they play Upon a-oliau lyres. Mu.-ic of upper air While man doth eiug Ins minor song below, Above, in ether pure, what joy ye bear Far from bis grief and woe. ludinn Divinities. Among the ruiie and uncivilized t ribes of the Xorth west coast, the idea of divinity was very diverse, and in some caon otenre. me riiiiieii, a great lojle OLfiiiiying a va.st expanse of territory, reai-liinjj from the Arctic Ocean southward to the fifty-fifth parallel of latitude, worship the "man in the moon," who, as they suppose, formerly lived among them as a poor and rajrjjed buy. This boy once made so large a pair of ...

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. — 21 March 1877

B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THI UNION AND THB INFOECEMEXT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. TOL. XXXI... MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PEXXA.." WEDNESDAY, MARCII 21. 1S77. SO. 12. HOVE 05. TIis bright, snnny nlU keep on flowing Alon by the bub and the brae, Aud not one 8ummer blowom atopa growing. No matter how dark are the days. Tl.e cloud too, keep aailing and lifting. To let the bright aun arrows through ; Tli a oatnre by changing and shifting. Keep moving with plenty to do. Stand still, and yon mis the bright plaoea That wait for too further along ; bund still, and the booming oasis Will comfort yon not with iU song. M jre on with the grand working army That labor with purpose of soul ; More on, and the air will grow balmy, Aud victory be your at the goaL ht-p back and thJ)'i email hope of winning. 1'nr courage true fleetneaa moat lend ; Stop back at the very beginning. and where will you be at the end t Go forward, jounj sowers, at dawning. With glaJnees and hope to the f...

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. — 21 March 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLIC!!! NIFFLLNTOVVN. Wednesday, March 21, 1TT. 13. F. SCnWKIEU, SDrroa ass raor-BiEToa. Is It Envy? Is It Jealousy ? President Uayes Liut appointed Fred Douglass to the position of Marshal of the District of Columbia, an office that in some of it functions is similar to the office of county sheriil Considerable onnosition has developed against him by both white nnd Mark t ares. It does not require a mind of great ecope of rompre- ienwon to reach a concliwion as to why wliiic people would prefer a man of their raco in the position, but just why the blacks are against him is quite hard to reach a conclusion on. Is it possible that envy and jealousy is at the bottom of their opposition ? His apiointnient has been confirmed by the Senate. A New Election. Senator John J. Patterson's plan for the iiJnieni of the question as to who is Governor in South Caro lina and in Louisiana, is, to submit tLe question to a new election to the people in these States. But thus far th...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 March 1877

MgfflXEL & REPUBLICAN " MIFFLINTOWN: Wedneidar. March SI, 1STT. TERMS. Subscription, tlJjD per annum, if paid within 12 mombs ; (2.00 if nut pud within 12 month. Trankieot advertisement! inserted at 50 cents per inch for esch insertion. Transient business notices in local col faoin, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Dad actions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the rear, half or quarter vear. PENN'A. B. RTISIE TABLE. ON and after Sunday, Nov. 2oth. 1876, psssrrtrer trains will leave alilHin Sta tion, f. R. K., as follow : ustwasd. fPhiladelphia Express 12 54 a in JMifllin Accommodation ...... t. 6 'la a ni Pacific Expresa ..10 1 a m J Johnstown Kxpress It ?.i a lit t Ma.il 6 05 p m (Atlantic Express 9 15 p in WESTWaSD. fPittsburp Express 12 38 am Pacific Express 6 02 am I War Passenger 10 00 am iMiii 4 3 SO p in tFast Line .................... 4 08 p m JMirtiin Accommodation 8 00pm I Daily. Daily txctpt Sdif. t Tciy txctpt buuaaf night, j Duly txctpt Mon day. LO...

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

sarin f'TTT TV 3 TEE HOUSE U TEE KEADOW. . They sat at peaoe in tie annabina Till the day ra almost done, ' Ami then at its close au angel . V Stole OTer the threshold atone. Be folded their hands together. He touched their eyelids with balm. And their last breath floated outward, Lika the close of a solemn psalm. like a brida! pair they traversed The unseen, mystical road That leads to the beautiful city Whose builder and maker is God. Caprice af The Mle. The Xile, a9 is well known, annually overflowes its banks and deluge scon piiierable part of Lower Tyjix, much overflowinp; giving periodical fertility to the soil. These flooding);, however, are hy no means uniform in character. Sometimes the flooding are large, sometimes disappointingly small. Xor do they always take place at the same imriod of the year. Occasionally they are late and tardy in their rising and falling. When the river rUes well it is called "a good Xile;" when insuffi rient in volume, it is called "a bad Xile;" j...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 28 March 1877

1 0m '1 c-t 4yw B. F. SCHWEIER, . THB 00HSTITCTI05 IHI rJflON AND TBI ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAW! Editor and Proprietor TOL. XXXI. nMIEFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, FENNA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1877. NO. 13. FIFTY TEARS APART. The; ait in the winter gleaming. And the fire borne bright between ; One bee paeeed seventy summers. The other jtut seventeen. They ait in a happy silence, - . ' Aa the shadows deepen fast ; ' ' ' " One Urea in a coming future. And one in a long, long past. Each dreama of a rash of moeio. And a qoea:ion whispered low ; One will bear it this evening. One beard it long ago. Each dreama of a loving husband. Whose brave heart la bera alone ; For one the joy U coming. , For one the joy baa flown. Each dreama of a life of gladness. Spent under the sonny akiea ; And both the hope and the memory. Shine in the happy eyes. Who knowa which dream is the brightest ? And who knowa which is the beat t The sorrow and joy are mingled. But the only ei.d is rest. Pistols for Two. While t...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 28 March 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN M IFFL1NTOVFN. vTedaeadaT, March 2S, 1STT. B. F. St'H WEI lt, cttroi add rcorniTot. Their Behavior was UnbecomiEg. Ia the last honr of the Legisla ture the Democratic members became quite disorderly over the passage of a bill fhat takes the power of the Sheriff of Philadelphia to finch a de gre that he will be proven te J from placing Deputy Sheiiffs around the places cf voting on ejection day. If the Sheriffs of the city abused the privileges of the law on election day, most certainly every day that such law remained on the books that gave them the power to indulge in mis rule was a day too long. The relief comes none too soon. Because a Democratic Sheriff has been elected is no reason why that which the Dem ocracy complained of should not be repealed, and yet th erring brethren behaved like a set of badly trained school boys. To say the best for it, their behavior was unbecoming. They shouted. They gathered about the Speaker's desk and in menacing speech ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 28 March 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN " MIFFLINTOWN: Wedneidar. March 2, lTT. TERMS. Br.aawrrptiori, $1-60 pw annum, if paid witt.in li mouths ; $2.K) if not paid within It month. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient bnsineaa notices in local col umn, 10 eenta per line for each Insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter res. PENN'A. E. EJTIME TABLE. ON and after Sunday, Nov. 2Gth. 1876, passenger trains will leave, Mifflin Sta tion, P. R. K., as follows i IABTWABD. Piilladelphia Express 12 54 a m JMiPiin Accommodation 6 25 a m Pscitie Express .....10 19am JJohnstown ri press 11 Strain Hail 6 05 p ra Allan tic Express 8 15 p m VIlTSitl. tPitthnrg Expresa wl2 R8 a ra m. itic Express 2 a m Vjr Passenger ........10 00 a in ;Mail . 8" P in JKast Line 4 68 p m 'Kirf in Accommodation ........ 8 00 p tu Vaily. t Daily txctpt Sunday, f rt7 tzctpt Sunday uigkt. i Dtilv except ilon- LOCAL ISTELLIGE&CE. ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 28 March 1877

ILL nr ALL Be calm, O, wind, and gentry blow, Kor rouse the nrn to motion ; Ye clouds, rail not the bay so low ; SI j lore sails on the ocean. Out, boatman oat ! The wind will rise. The yawl will find it stermr. At, tbhce tby fee ! Her nag it flies ; Sly lore looks waiting for me. Blow on yon winds, and mope, too drone: TVho cares for storm or weather ! My lore, my own, no more alone. We walk the down together. The most comfortable place to study the people ot Vienna is in the large windows of the cafe; here you can 6ee every one passing, as well as the peo ple drinking coffee or reading the pa pers inside. Here you will find every class of society ut almost any hour of the day. A few days a?o I went to a cafe, to amuse myself for an hour, and had just comfortably seated myself, and ordered a "Schwartzen," when in came a lady of about two hundred weight, and seated herself at my table, with a dozen and a half of newspapers of all descriptions Eujrlith. French aud Ameiicaii illustrat...

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