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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 4 April 1877

Intfdefinl A fit "svi fits) 'ill in B. F. SCHWEIER, THE COHSTITUTCON THI TJHTOJf AND THB ESFORCIMENT OF TH1 tAW8. Editor and Proprltor VOL. XXXI. MIFFLIOTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4. IS77. NO. 14. TEE WIFE'S REVERIE. 0 heart of mine, is our estate, Oar sweet estate of ij assured t It came so slow; it came so late, Bought by ench bitter pains endured ; Dare we forget those sorrows sore, An3 think that they will come no more? Willi tearful eyas I scan my face. And doubt how he can find it fair i Wistful. I watch each charm and grace I see that ether women wear ; Of all the secrets of lore's lore. - 1 know bat one, to love him more ! I see each day be grows more wise, B is life is broader far than mine ; I must be lacking in his eyes. In many thu'gs where others shins. O, heart! can we this loss restore To h m by simply loving more ? I often see upon his brow, A look half tender and half stern ; Eis tlioafchts are far away, I know t To fathom them, I vainly yearn ; ...

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. — 4 April 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN xMIFFLlNTOWN. c .Wednesday, April 4, 18TT. li. F. S U II W E I E II , BVITOB. ADD rBOPBIETOE. Congress will assemble in extra neseioa ia Jane. Thx State Bank of Harrisburg will close its business. Titty wined and dined Wade Hamp don &t Washingon. The President has appointed a com mission to go to Louisiana to look into that disturbed State. The through railroads are about to engage in another contest ; at least that is the sum total of city reports on the question. The Bears got in on Pennsylvania Central Railroad stock last week, and declined it considerably tinder the report that a contest between the four dnnk lines is about to break out. "The Spiritualists of Chicago have & sensation in the letters that are sud to have been written from the spiritjand by a fellow Spiritualist, who was killed some weeks ago. Stone blind. The President of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Company has notified all of the locomotive engi neers in the employment ...

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. — 4 April 1877

T, " - a SEXTIXEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN, OWN: TYe4nesday. April 4. Vi. TERMS. ' Subscription. JA per annum, If paid wilttn 12 months ; $2.00 it not pud within It months. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cants per inch for each insertion. Transient business noticts in local col Bun, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise tJ the year, half or quarter TNT. PENN'A. B. RETIME TABLE. ON iyi after Sunday, Not. 26th. 1875, pasienger trains mill leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. R. E-, as follows : KASTWABD. Philadelphia Express ..........12 54 a m Mifflin Accommodation 6 25 a m (Pacific Express.., 10 19 am Johnstown Kxpress ............11 82 a m JUail ; 6 05 pm j Atlantic Express .. 915pm W1STWABD. tPittsburg Express 12 S8 a m rPscitic Express ...... 6 02am fjWav Passenger 10 00 am JMmU 8 30 pm Fast Line .................... 4 68 p m MirKin Accommodation 8 00 p in I Daily, t Daily except Sunday, f rail except Sunday night. Diity excep...

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. — 4 April 1877

aBBBsnxsaaaxaasBBl i MiMMWl f . " . i A6B1CT1.TTBAL. LTorks Their Idicatioss. Much may be learned from the set and form of the bores of cattle and sheep as indi cative of character. Small, short. touching horn on a two or three year old ox jrive a jrrave and contented as pect to the countenance. lng, eloign ing horns, as on the long-horn cattle, eex-m to oppress the head with a con stant weight. Horns springing outward from the sides of the head, then risluj; up and bending backward never fail to impress that their bearer is quick-tempered, ready to use them offensively, and are set so as to toss up any object with ease; such horns may be seen on the Jersey bull. liorns curving laterally and horizontally forward give a finished aiipearar.ee to tiie top of the head when viewed in front; such are generally met w;th iu short-horn cattle. Long horns rising outward, forward, ar.d having joints outward, impart a mujesticair to the head of the ox. Horns rising out ward, and then approachin...

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. — 11 April 1877

- r X i': IIP I jr . IF i: I If R F. SCHWEIER, , ' THB CONSTITUTION TH1 UNION AUD THB ENFORCEMENT OF THB LAWS. Editor and Proprlaton. VOL. XXXI. MEFFLIXTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1877. XO. 15. STRENGTH FOR TO-DAY. Strength for to-day is all that we need. As there never will be a to-morrow ; For to-morrow will prove but another to-day With its measure of Joy and aorrow. Then wh y forecast the trials of life . With such cad and grave peisistenoe, Aud watch and wait for a crowd of ills That as jet has no existence ? Strength for to-day what a precious boon For the earnest souls that labor. For the willing bands that minister To the needy friend or neighbor. Strength for to-day that the weary hearts In the battle of right quail not ; And the eyes bedimmed with bitter tsars In their search for liht may fail not Strength for to-day on the downhill traek. For the travelers near the valley. Ttat up, far np on the other aide. Ere long they may safely rally. Strength f...

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. — 11 April 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFL1NT0WN. tTednesday, April 11, I BIT. B. F. SCH WE f Ell, kcitob asp riopKirrot. I'BESiBcrr Gkwit is about to write a book.- "VVashisotox is overrun with office seekers. Asotheb revolution in Mexico is woi king its way to the surface. Peesidest Hates refers office-seekers to the heads of Departments. Asd noT we have the question, "Are theatres designed for education or amusement Tbe Rebellion raised in the South a new order of office holders. Hamp don and his class, if they succeed, will retire the order for some years to couie. New York Cm has overbuilt her self, and the consequence is that real estate in that eity has declined in value at the rate of an alarming per centage. lic&MA borrowed ono hundred mil lions of dollars from the bank of France, to pay the interest on the Eational debt. So ssys a foreign de spatch. If such be the truth rela tive to Russian Finance, she had bet ter think of something else than go ing to war witli Turkey. Taking t...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 April 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: Wedneidar. April 11, I9TT. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annnm, if pud wittin 12 months ; $2M0 H" riot paid within 12 month. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cent per line for each insertion. Deduction will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. PEKK'A. E. ETIME TABLE. ON and aflor Sunday, Nov. 2fith, 187ft, passenger train will leave ililliin Sta tion, P. R. R., as follows : KARTWAKD. f Philadelphia Exprr ..........12 M a n JViftiio Accommodation ........ 6 U5 a ni (Pacific Express 10 19am Jt.DTuton Kx press ............11 32 a lu JMail -. 6 0. p m t Atlantic Hxpress 916pm WISTWASD. fPittshurg Express ......12 38 a ra (i Pacific Express 6 02 am JWay Passenger 10 00 am Mail 3 30 p lu Kat Line 458pm JMirtijn Accommodation b 00 p in I Daily. J Daily except Sunday, t fatly except Sunday night, i Daily txetpt Hon Hay. LOCJL ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 11 April 1877

THE SOLDER'S FAREWELL TO LIFE. From the German. The training wound, the trembling lira no white; Heart-throbs that falter, ebbing slow and alow. While the fair landscape fainU from my dim sight. That closes on the scenes I loTed to know ; The limit of all time has passed from me, God, as Thou wilt ! I give myself to Thee! The golden pictnres floating in the light Of rosy dreams that come to ns in youth. Ears Taniehed now like phatoms weird and white. In the bright dawning of eternal troth ; Bat love and liberty are mine above. Forever deathless Liberty and Love. And radiant seraphs o'er the shining way. That leads beyond the stars to Infinite, liars come to bear my soul that would not sta In its advancing to the tource of Liijiit Among that glonrious company to dwell O rapturous melody ! sweet Earth, farewell ! Train, of Jnnis Carltton. htaopplni; S Indies. Gail Hamilton relates in Harper's Ba zaar tome of her exirienee with frauds in shopping aslollows: "A reformer saw some pieces ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 April 1877

l"- 1 r in it in in in X,n nun B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THB CHION ASD THB INF0RCK1TENT OF THI LAWS. Editor and Propritoi VOL. XXXI. MIFFLIXTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL IS.. 1877. NO. 16; "GOO KNOWS." Oh ! wild and dark was tha winter night, Wben the emigrant ship went down. But just ontside of the harbor bar. In the sight of the startled town I Thj winds bowled, and the sea roared. And never a soul coulJ sleep. Bare the little one on their mother 'a breasts. Too yonns to watch and weep. So boat could lire in the angry snrf. No rope could reach the land ; There were bo'.d. brave hearta upon the shore. There waa many a rea "y band ; Women who prayed, and men who atroTa When prayer and work were Tain, For the nn rose over the awful roid Aud the eilence of the main 1 All dy the watcbera paced the eands All day they earned the deep ; All niKbt the boomiug minute-grins Echoed from eteep to steep, "Give np thy dead. O cruel eea P They cried athwart the space ; Bat...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 April 1877

smiNEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFUNTOWN. ' fTXa 4ay, April IS, tgTY. F. SOHWKtEK, KDtTOK a KB FrrETOa. Republican Coacty Committee. Chairmen If . C. Laud, Patterson. Mifflintown Sclomon Books, C. B. Horning, alimintown P. O Fermanmh Inc Sieber, Samuel Thomas, Mitfl'iiown P. O. teycrte Dr. H. Harsbberger, Enoch Shel- leuberger, McAlisterville. Susquehanna S.G. Dressier, OrieoUl P.O. Etnanuel Long, PfouU's Valley P. O. Greenwood Harrison Minniuai, Thomai Rutnberger, Ploutz's Valley, Delaware John M. Statu, Abraham Kortx, East Sjlem. Thompsoutowo J. M. Nelson, J. A. Hos teller, Tbomptontown lionroe Jacob Page, Eveodale; Q. Metter- ling, Richfield. Walker John A. Gallagher, Mexico; SI. Coldrcn, Van Wert. Patterson S. B. Caveny, B. E. Mitchell, Patterson. Port Royal T. M.Moor, U. H. SnyJer, Purt Royal. Spruce Hill J. D. Howell, Pleasant View, T. T. Patton, Spruce Hill. Mi'lord Km. N. Sterrett, David Canning bam, Patterson. Turbeti Jthu G. Hertaler, C. Richards Port Royal. Lack J. C. Burns. Pe...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 April 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: . Wednesday. April It, 1STT. TERMS. SibatcripUon, $1.60 per uonm, If paid within 12 montha ; $2.00 if not paid within IS months. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 font per inch for each insertion. Transient business notice! in local col umn, 10 cents per Hoe lor each insertion. rj-uctions be made to tboae desiring to adreftUe by the year, half Or quarter war. PENN'A. B. EmTIME TABLE. bN and after Sunday, Nor. 26th. 1876, passenger trains Will leave llifflin Sta tion, P. E. 11., as follows : I AST W A AD. 'Philadelphia Express 12 64 a m Mifttin Accommodation ........ 8 25 a m (Pacific Express ...1019am JJohnstown Express ..11 .12 ( in .Mail 6 05 p tn Atlantic Express 9 15 p m WESTWABD. fPittsburg Express 12 38 a m f Ascitic Express 6 02am t War Passenger 10 00 a m JXail ". 8 30pm Fast Liue 4 58 p m MiWin Accommodation 8 00pm Daily. X Daily except Sunday, f taily except Sunday ui git. $ Dail except Jftm dize. LOCJL 1XTE LLIGES CE. Parasols....

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 18 April 1877

. SAFE. ...... '. Safe ? The battle-field mt life ' . Seldom knows s psnte in strife, Eiery path ia net with snares, ' Ereri Joy ia crossed by cares. v Brightest morn has darkest oi.h'. Fairest bloom ban quickect blight, Hope ban Lat a traumeut gleam. Love U bat pasting dream. Trait is Folly's helpless waif ; Wao dare call t'jcir tiesreet safe ? B it tboa, though peril loom afar. What bast tboa to do with war ? L?t tbe wJi stream flood its brink, Taere's no bark of tlilie to sink, L it falsehood weave its subtle net. Toon a t doue with vain regret. Let Fortane frown aud friends grow strange. Tboa bast past tbe dot.ni of cbauge. We plan and suable, nuurn and chafe Safe, my deriit g d ad and safe ! Tbe lllnd !, "fa Male. Xext to a slio; gau iu the nighttime there is nolliiiiy belter calculated to disturb the etitnitv of a colored citi zen's life than the midden, nocomprom isiojr kick ot a mule. The incoherence of that movement is productive of no ordinary crop of at-toiiishnieiit, whi...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 April 1877

if: tit ? .to a. 1 f 1 II " I tv i i i-rrvv l nt, in a a v 1 1 r II gy) I wlp wly B. F. SCHWEIER, A? THI 00N8TITUT10!f TH1 UIHON AND THH E5F0RCEMTrr OF Tff! LAWS. Editor and ProprltOA VOL. XXXI. . IFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY, PEXXA.. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25. 1S77. NO. 17. WHET 8CE08L LETS OUT. wbeo school lets ont at sundown time. And shadows long op hillsides climb.1 With leap sol roup and laot,h and about. In kilt and smock and roundabout. By grain-field fanes, through pastors grass, X foot-worn way, the scholars paaaed ; And bright-faced elf and brown-faced loot 00 heart-glad home, when school lets ont. 1 sit and watch, where, white and slow, The mistress moves in trace below ; A lithe young girl, with folded hands, With low-down locks in wide, brown bands. Who floats in light where deep shade lies. With sweet, sad looks in lake-blue eyes ; I ait and watch, and hope and doubt I know not what, when school lets out Were I so young as they who know The mild made-role, J oat there below, ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 April 1877

. s- afcXTlNEL & REPUBLICAN i . MIFFLINTOWN. WTdetday, AprH 9J WTT. B F, S C H VV E I E It , KMTOI AXh riOPklETOR. Committee Meeting, j Tbe Republican County Commits will f meet at tha Pcmuyhania House, in Mifflin- town, on j SATLKPAT, MAY 5th, lt77, ! at I o'clock P. M., to elect one Senatorial ! xiA ooe Representative Delegate to the Bo-' jH-bliean etate Couveulion ; alto, to traoa- j n-l any other business that war come be- i I'ote the Cminjitt.-e. A full attendance i I t.jueird. Tf. C. LAIRD, Chan-oiao. 1 The ii!!.I:ig named gentlemen compose i the Committee : j Mifllintown Solomon Books, C.B Hurnin;, Uifflmtosvn V. t) rVnnsiiaph Isaac Sieber, Samuel Thomas, i Mirhmtou P. o. i Fave'te Dr. H. ila.nliberger, Enoch Shel- i lenb-rger, M, Aluternlie. i S!-3!irianna S. G. Dresner. Orienttl P.O. KuMiuiel l.oig, Pttxitz's Valley P. O. Gi'een'OT'd lUrrif.n Mln-iiim, Thomas Ku.i.bo'g-r. fiL-utx's aley. i D"lwj!v John M. Stufi. Ab-ahaui Kurts, E it Sjloni. ili.inij-..ht.,wn J. M. Jiela...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 April 1877

111 mmim mm. imm . Srarers ! " .MlrrLi.VlUWN : April TT. TERMS. tol-fTrtin. I .W tt annum, if paid JTlS months i $2M) if sot paid within , MaTh- -T" -r,l ,dvertsement Intuited at SO rtn ilHi . each insertion. TVj,irsi busines notice in lnesl col- if oeBf P"T ''ne 'ur e'c'1 insertion. be niaie to th.ise desiring Vifft ty Teari or tjuarter f EXS'A. B. ETIME TABl; Oy ,ri after Sunday, Nov. Si'.th,. 1S6, ,enrer train "ill leave M tKiu Sta . r K. B-, folio.: iinia. ;-j;!d!ptiU Express tfii.ia Ai-coiuuiotiation ... ftjCite fcipre 'jt.w.'B 11 -Uttic fcxpre ' wktwbb. ...12 Midi ... 6ID ...IU 19 am ...II S3 a in . . . 6 Oo p m ... 9 15 p m 12 38 a m 6 02 a m 10 1)0 a in t 80 p in 4 68 p iu h mi .. n. jjf.y i'.iiger JlJ -. .y:.i-!ll JIM-.m..mw...w w vv . au frJ !.sd 'f'- $ Dt frf Vaa- LOCAL ISrLLlGKCE. C;ps;es. Prcoratrt'ii D.iy. MiJ-ly I'rtiea. (Vaiiint; cellars. ioruin Dowers. Ibe chimney swallow. t'. rri and hoe in the garden. !'jrribunE pajT advertise a circus. iu i'T eaicliiug was lirisk...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 April 1877

ft AGUfTLTTI.AL. l 'ood'fbox thb Atxostbkks. Can ire not get abundance of ammonia and earbonlromtlieatmoepheref In aoawerJ to tins question a celebrated English farmer writes thus: "A careful study of the more recent works on modern farming by Lii-big, taken in conjunction with his former admirable prodtK'ttons, has still further confirmed my belief in nix so-called inurial theory. In seeking additional facts to jnsttty my convic tions I select the following: A success ful farming friend of mine never man ures for his turnip, but depends en tirely upon cultivation, and 1 never saw him fail in crowing a pood cropof white turnips. These are led 08 by sheep, eating no oil cake nor corn ; barley sown with seeds succeeded the turnips, and are followed by wheat thuscoiupleting the four yeai rotation. In the second course, or rotation, beans or peas take the place of clover, so that it is only Crown once in eight years. He plows the ground at least live times before owing theturnin, and no...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 2 May 1877

St 'ff ift B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THI UKIOS AND THI E5F0BCIM2NT OF THI LAWS. Editor and Proprtstorw VOL. XXXI. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY PENXA.. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2. 1S77. NO. IS. i i IK XOTEHL The name of mother! sweetest name That ever fell on mortal ear I The lore of mother ! mightiest lovs Which beaven permits to flourish bare, Dixeert a mother's love and aea The properties it doth contain VThat pearls of love, what gems of hope X mother's heart beats net in Tain. A mother's love ! 'It never wanes ; What if ber bo; an ingrate seems ? The beauty of that wondrous lore Around the tbaoklees offspring beams ; Though in the path of shame he walks, Thongh crime hath driven him to the bowl, A mother's care can yet avail A mother's prayers mar win his aooL Love and Money. My aunt, Cornelia Rushington had written to tne to invite me to spend a summer with ber, adding the informa tion that "Elizabeth has taken one of her freaks, and gone to bury herself in Maysvllle for the summer...

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

V 4 - "SSS """ " """ "' "' ' ' "' " MIFFUNTOWN. Go eeed potatoe. are ery herd ttf AdailUtrtr'i l-ilce. .-p.P 1"" A T5 T Tjl"T50l u, . y A L rSSD. W. HARLEl S B o ii it ir f t v l . - . . - MM X X 1 tate of Lei Yan-tniier, law oi a - w . F. SCHW LILH, reeled for assaulting a eas.Oiuer itb e,le lown.hi, dee.l, havmg bn gra..t- KBfTOI ab raoraitroe. !,,aj bi ue- ed to the uiidersiirm-d, all persona in- lb pj,e where JOW Can buy X- TLere.r.oow.Cpne.aiu tbe i 3 'tn.. TK BET AI TUB CUB1PKST J. CoiniElttee Meeting. Western fti.ehtiary. f claiuiiUj.le:nttbcinUiioutdc- aa.a- - Th,RepnbliC.n"wy Commitie, will Miss Lilian Baily, of t bes.er. Pa., Uy 10 LEWIS DEC. AX, Adw'r. AfEXS YC UTI I S & BO YS CIdOTJ HXG ! u.e.t.ttbeI'Cnn?vlv,i,H0u.e,inM.fflin. L.Ie e.t,g dinner, on Thursday, .. In y f A.ril 1, 1ST7. J7 r iP . A J.) SHOri VD LkMSM, -J JOODS. . u on cbokkcd lu oalb. I I e ' . ' r - U.H3. uir " ' . ' 'sATCKDAT, MAT 6th, 1877, Chamber , a going . to erect a 1- I A...,.e4 .a.a.f Jalaa B B...

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

LT HAJ-i?-l:.:'r-T -. -v r SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWX : Wednesday. .May 2, 17T. TERMS. Sibacription, $l.-r0 per annum, if paid iltin 12 months ; $2.00 if not pud within 12 months. Transient advertiaeaienU inserted at 50 cent per inch for each insertion. Transient business notice in local col umn, 10 cents ff line for each insertion. Deductions will be niale to those desiring to advertise hy the year, half or quarter vear. PENS' A. B. RETIME TABLE. OX and alter Sunday, Nov. 26t, 1876, passenger trains will leave Mitfliu Sta tion, P. K. K., as follows : unstu. 'Philadelphia Express jMitliin Accommodation ... Pacific Lxpress.......... tJohnstoan Kxpress Vail Atlantic Express WESTWaBD. tPittunrg Express ........ j Pacific Lxpress .......... Way Pataenger. lMa.il ;Fast Line Jldirtlin Accommodation .... 12 Mam 6 25 a m 10 19 am 11 32 a m 6 05 p m 9 15 p m 12 S8 a m ..... 602am 10 00 am 8 30 p m ..... 4 68pm ..... 8 00 p m I Daily. X Daily txcept Sunday, f f oiTy txcrpl Sunday n...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 2 May 1877

WORK ASS wait. bt loigra wTT.tJtm. Forty days and forty eights. Blown about the broken waters, Xoah and hi ec- and daughters ; Forty days they beat and blow Forty day of faith, and lo! The olive leaf, the lifted bights. The rest at last, the calm delight. Forty days of con and rand. Serpents, beasts, and wilderness. Desolation and distress. War and famine, wail and woe Forty years of faith, and lo ! The mighty Moses lifts a hand And shows at last the Promised Land. Forty days to fast and pray. The patient Cbnet outworn defied The an pry tempter at his side. Forty days or forty years Of patient saerifioe and tears Lo ! what are all of these the day That time bas nothing more to say ? Lift jonr horns, exult and blow. Believe and labor. Tree and vine Most floorirh ere the fruit and wins Beward your planting. Bound and round The rocky walla, with faith profound. The trumpets blew, blew load, and lo ! The tumbled walla of Jericho. huifpendenL Beer la Africa. Under the bead of "Beer in Af...

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