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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 25 July 1877

ft. 4: B. F. SCIIWEIER. THE O0NSTITTITI05 THE USI02T AND THE ESrOECEMEST OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. 4 it ' VOL. XXXI. MIFFLINTOWX, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1S77. NO. 30. 1 aa. A AiMlTl A; a A, AA; - V 'vV 1 111 IN IMII I III II H 'ill " SsTScAl IK II II III III II II IK II ltty?SAl ' .'"v 1111! I I r III II I 'M II I III ill J 1 1 .AW II WE PART TO-NIGHT. by daisy ran The purple night ckmda hover down : I hear the wild bird' wandering flight ; 8 west breathe the heliotrope's blue aud brown, Warm odor on the dusky light. Ah, woe is nut ! I sobbing cry : Ah me ! alaa ! we part to-night Dear, strong, sweet a Mil, we part to-niylit. God pity me when morning breaks ! God pity me when noon ia hign. And when day after day awake. And when niht after niht draw uigh ! Ah. woe is me ! I sobbing cry : Ah me ! alas we part to-nisht Dear, strong, sweet soul we part to-night You are ao calm, and I so wild . My fcrif f burnt out in passu nalo toue, lake, as you eay, some...

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. — 25 July 1877

-SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN miffllntown. ITeclneaday, July 2$, lrr. F. SCH V EIER,. xarroa a paor-airroa. Republican State Co&Tention. HsattQCAirtaa KrmijOAi Start Cuatimt, Haaauirso, July 12, 1877. By direction of tbe Republican Stale Committee, the Republican Stat Conven tion, heretofore called U meet at Harris bora; oo the 29th day of 'August next, it t 1 . o i r to- ! utivu) vn eunesuaj, oepicmser u, AO I. Has postponement ia uiade at the request f a large DUtaber ot delegate elect, who bar engsgtment to be present at a trien nial conclave of Knights TcmpUr, wbicb aasen.blcs at Cloelaod, Ohio, on tbe 23th !T (f Auguat next. Uy order of tbe Committee. IIEXRT M. HOYT. Chairman. A. Wjuui Xoaais, Secretary. CoaatKT now U nut necessary on tbe work of tlie lawless. Tbeir acta speak lor tbemselve, and tbeir demands will be con sidered aud weighed aud compared with the rights aa between man and man, and when the verdict of forty millions of free people U given, satisfaction will rest...

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

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN 7, J3IFKLINT0WN : TERMS. OMCripUoB, $1X0 per annum, if paid wittln 12 moDtbi $2.00 If not paid within 12 month. , j . i Transient sdrertitements inserted at w cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notice! in local col umn, 10 eentt per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise Of the year, half or quarter Year. - PEKJPA. E. ETIIIE TABLE, OV and titer Monday, June !5th, 187T, passenger trains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, 1. E. K., at follows : I AST W A KB. Phfla Ex., dally ex. Sunday light 12 M a m Mifflin Ace, daily except Sunday, 6 2S a m Pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 10 19 a m Johnstown Ex., dsity ex. Sunday II 82 am Atlantic Express, daily. 9 1U p m Mail, daily except Sunday t $ OS p m WBSTWAXD. PitUb'g Ex . daily except Sundiy 12 38 a m Pacific Expresa, dailr 6 Ot a m Way P., daily Main daily except Sunday....... 8 85pm Mittlio Ace., daily except Suuday. 8 J p m LOCAL ISTELLIGESCE. Thieahiog. Ha...

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

LEAD THOU KE OS. Shod kindly light amid the encircling gloom. And lead me on ! The nitjht is dark end I am far from home. Lead thoa me on. , Keep thou my feet I do not aak to rea The distant eoene ; one etep enough (or me. I was not ever thus, nor preyed that thou . Shouldat lead me on ! I loved to choose and see my paths, hut now Lead thou me on! I loved day's dazzling light, and spite of fears Pride ruled my will, remember not past yean. 80 long thy power hath Wexsed me.' surely ouii , - Twill led me on ! Through dreary dutiU, through 'ysin and sor row t II - - The night is gone, ' 1 And with the mom, these angel faces anule Which I have loved loi g since, and lost awhile. A I'yaaaty of Cooks. h Is George Elliot, if we luUuike not, bo speaks of the silent tragedies, un known and unwritten, which are con stantly uVing plaee amid thousands of humaii lives while the worW moves .arclely along. In much the same way rtf. ranc-e may be made to certain iiiniiiiieraliledotiiestie tragedies...

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

Y-v-:.:; THE 005STITUTIOH THE TJ5I01I-AHD THE E5F0R0EME5T OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. - fc '.t -'B 1 ' f y i i VOL. XXXI. MIFFLIN1WN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1877. NO. 31. TA V-A V YA V Pf-Cv Y II I 15 r li II W f I I ,Lk C III TBS BUSS MAS 15D TEE Lill 0H1 raox tu GUUfAS of aium One day a blind nu chanced to Meet A one hmpiiig ia the street ; Tbe former hoped with fond del ght The Utter would coudaet him right. The lsme man cried, "Lend aid to thee? I cannot walk, unhappy me ' And yet, methinks. to bear a load . - .. Thou baat good shoulders, strong and broad. It tfaonlt resolve to bear me hence. ' - IU be thy guide as recompense ; . Thy firm, strong fojt will then be nune. ' . And my bright eye bs also thiua." The lame man. with his crutches, ro im Upon the bixni mau's ebooldera broad. ' United thus achieved the pair , , What each would have accomplished ne ar. The gifts of others t'.iou hasi not. While others want wht thou hast got ; . And from this i...

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

flENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOVVN. Wtxlaesdar. Augmt t, 18TT. B. F. SCHWEIER, Karros ash nonnroB. Republican State Confection. HtrccTiin RcrtiLTCAi State CumimiE, Hataiircto, July 12, 1377. By direction of the Republican State Committee, tbe Republican State Conven tion, heretofore called te meet at Harris lu:g on tbe 2Bib da; of August next, it hereby postponed, to meet in Harrisourg, at ejc-n, on Wednesday, September 6, 1877. This postponement is made at tbe request f large number at delegate! elect, bo Lave engagements to be present at trloa--cial eouclave of Knights Templar, watch aues:b!es at Cieieland, Obis, on tbe 23th day of August next. By order of tbe Committee. HEX HT M. HOTT, Ouurman. A. Wtttos Nossis, Stcrtlary. Ths Soa:a sends word to President Have that the gray will ataud bj tbe blue in tbe subjugation of tba oomruuo od tbe mob THEBB teems to be one faint atrip of lifer liuing fringing tbe dark storm of the mob and couituune; it ia seen in the united front tbat...

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

SEKTHTEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFL1ST0WK: . WMtM'v. Ait i, tarn. TERMS. Subscription, $1X0 per uodo, If paid itttn 12 month $2.00 if sot paid within It month. Tranrisnl siTertisementa Inserted u W cents pr iDch for each insertion. Transient butine notice In local col tunn, 10 cents per Hat for ch insertion. Deductions will be msl to those desiring to advertias by tb ysr, tlf or quarter PENN'A. B. &TIME TABLE. OJT and after Monday, June SSh. 1877, pasaencer traina will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. R. E., aa follows : Ba.STWa.BI). Fmla Ex., dally ez. Sunday eight 12 Ma in Mifflin Ace., daily except Sunday, 6 li a m faclflc Express, dally ez. Monday 10 19 a o Jobnatown Ez., daiijr ex. Sunday 11 82 a m Atlantic Expreee,-dally....i. 9 lUpm Mail, dally except Sunday 6 06pm wtiTwaan. Pitttb'g Ex , dally ercept Sunday 12 38 m Paciflj Express, dally 6 61 a m War Pisa da"v $ 'Ti' 10 "Oam w ay rasa., Ua. y J , ,Q g m Mai!, dally except Sundsy S 35 p m Sttftiia Acc., daisy except souJiy. 8 H p i...

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

WEEN WOJIBf PEAf When women pray, Th dear Lord listen well. He only knows How saany piercing thorns fall in their way For every rout'. Be sees alone, law, Of countless heavauly eeeda their weak bands And tend with hope, how many fall for one That earea to grow. . . t . He, only He, Can gang the love that, faithful, waited on Beaide the Martyr's croas at Cavalry -When all were gone ! Some Good Scotch Stories, At a dinner last night at the White friars Club, writes a London corres pondent, I met Sir Daniel Maonee, the veteran President of the Scottish Acad emy, and the Secretary of that famous institution, Mr. Brodie. a well known sculptor. They are in Loudon just now to represent Scottish art Jit the Royal Academy. Sir Daniel i Terr like the portrait of his great countryman, Sir Walter Scott. A square headed, white haired man, with an Intellect iial, genial, wiuuiug face. He srtak with suffi cient accent to make his English musi cal w ith the northern burr, and like all the artistic ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 August 1877

- ----- ----- -v ------- .. .. B. F. SCHWEIER, THE COSSTITUTIOJT THE UinON-AST) THE EI VOL. XXXI. MIFFLINTOWX, JUNIATA COUNTY, PE: weait. Somehow the uiou,bt to-day Seems sweet to me. That should Kill to ce uv I'm calling thee." As ne'er before I'd go Like ODe all Meat. G ad to be cboeen bow And know the reel. Glad, for the burdens grow Heavy to bear ; Over the niht of woe No dawn breaks fair ; For climbing upward way titiil. still I fall ; And when my voice would praise Gnef huehea all. Sot that the wo k is doue Gjd Kave to me. Not tLat through victoilee won From ain I in free, l!ut on life's thorny road Peat-e is unknown ; I'e weary (.rowu. Weary. I want to rut Close, doee by Tbee, And w.th the happy blent Thy face to eee ; With them to sing aright .Thy dear, dear love ; Ail i n. and grief, aiui night. Far. far above. Mrs Litchfield's Governess. BY CONSTANCE STEitl.lSO. WANTED. A coverings for three small chlW ore n K'iirllh blanches only ftone but home y worn' n need up ly Adores...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 August 1877

a uic oiace 01 x'ennsylva -iJi. If Governor Hartranft had been weak, vacillating, time-eerring man, this Commonwealth to day would be in the control of th Commune, and the nation itself would be in the threa f ttaarcLy. The Republicans of Montgomery county Governor Kartranft's county have in county convention endorsed the pokey of President Hayes. Governor I Llrtbaxft and troops re at Wilkesbarre, i put down the rioters. M;iny arresta have been made in Wilkesbarre and Scranton. ExflLAND eois to be gradually working her way luto tbe fight agvnst Russia. She has sent a o umbel of ships of war to be stationed on the Danube, to protect her interests she says. Russia way pass the menace by, Lot tbe probability is, she will accept it as an insult, and then, who knows what will follow t TBt reader is familiar with the fact ! that several weeks ago Russian troops ' crossed tbe Danube river, in their ! march on Constantinople. Tbe invad iog army, however, did not progress far before it met t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 August 1877

smiNEL &REPJIBLICAK MIFFLINTOWN : TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum, if pud within 12 months ; $2.00 if nut pud within 12 months. ! Transient advertisements inserted at 60 tents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to Those desiring to advertise oy the yea -, half or quarter tear. PENN'A. B. E. TIME TABLE, ON and after Xonday, Jane 2ith. 1877, passetiger trains will leave Sliflliu Sta tion, P. K. R., as follows : EaSTWAKD. flrthi Ex., daily ex. Sunday night 18 54 4 m :JiSiin Ace., daily except Sunday-, B 2 1 a m Pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 10 19 a m Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday II 32 a m Atlantic Express, daily...... .... 9 10 p m Mail, daily except Sunday t .. ..... C 05 p m WUTtllD. Pittib'g Ex . daily except Sunday 12 38 a m 1'aciUc Express, dailr.-. Mim wayrdaiiyj-j;";;;;- Mail, daily except Sunday 8 35 p m Mifflin Acc.,uaily except Sunday, 8 "0 p m LOCAL ISTELLtGES...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 August 1877

Buttercups, clover, and feathery thistle. Butterflies, bees, and locusts that whietla. Heliotropes, roses, and morning glories. These are but anatchea of Boinmer't stories. Dawns that an Mushing to satirises sweeping. Twilights and shadows and lily-buds sleeping. Noons that are brooding o'er nights that are tender, These are but snatches of Summer's splendor. Waterfalls, rivers, and wares that are sighing. Murmurs of sea sheila on wet beaches lviug, Whiwper of pine trees breezes are bringing, These are but snatches of Bummer's singing. Kobins and blue birds, swallows and thrushes. Twitters sud songs, and raptures and hushes. Attar of all the whole Tear's sweetness. This is a hat makes the Summer's completeness. The Turkish Provinces. These beautiful but terribly scourged regions, occupying the great bighuay between the orieut and the Occident, had becu, for centuries before the com iug of the Turk, the battlefield of na tions. Since the earliest records of history, they have beeu ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 August 1877

iiiiii leiilliciii TEE C02fSTITHlI05-TEE TnTCOH AITD TEE ETrOBCIJiEIT OF TEE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. 13. F. SCIIWEIER. VOL. XXX L MIFFLINTOWX, JUXIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1S77. XO. 33. AMONG THE DEAD. With at era face set against the snn I stand, A living soul amid death s haunted land. I wander through a desert-warts of glooms. By winding-way that lead to ghostly tombs. I lire, alas! tut death is all I mm. And niyht ia day, and day is night, to ma Vet with nnwearving heart and will I press Across this bare and desolate wilderness. No sweet note breaks the ca'm f mote despair Tbat sleeps upon the pillowing breast of air ; No lore-breath trembles in the swooning breeze That circles round the sbrnuken trunks of trees. The duet lies thick npon my road ; I tread The annihilated gardens of the dead. Ah ! could these myriad shadows strewn like sands Tpon the indistinguishable lands, Kise np, take form, and gaze with ladiant eyes Into my life, spread forth like sunli...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 August 1877

tunul 3KXTISEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLlXTOVVN. Wednesday, Attguat 15, l7T. "b.'f. suinv J5IEK, IMtOI l.tD FKOPKIETVK. Eepublican State Convention. llEAborARTEsS KlPl BL1CAS StATK i Committee, HAiiti.-mKC, July 12, 1677. ) Py direction of the Republican State Committee, the Republican State Conven tion, heretofore called ts meet at Harris- j Imrg on the 9lb day of August next, is h.-rvby postponer)., to meet in it-rrisburft, t j root,, on Wednesday, September 6, -877. 1 Ins postponement is made at the request' fm large number ot delegate, elect, win. hv ei.fr.geiuents lo be present at a trien- ' Rial Conclave of Knights Templar, which ! assemble at Cleielaod, Ohio, on the 23th day of August next. By order ol the Committee. IIENKT M. HoYT, CWm. A. Tiuoc Noeris, Secretary. " ' 1,3 Don t get things mixed ; the lead-' vrs of the mob are not workmen. Workmen were busy i Philadelphia last Saturday night, organizing a new party. The Washington Cabinet conclu ded not to sell fire arms to bell...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 August 1877

-r .... SW3. Sentinel & republican MIFFLIXTOWN : fredneadaj-. August 15, ISTT.' TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum, if paid witLin 12 months ; $2.00 if not pud witbin 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cent per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be made to these desiring to advertise by the year, hall or quarter Vcar. PENN'A. B. RETIME TABLE. ON and after Monday, Jiine 25th, 1877, passenjrer trains will '.cave ililllin Sta tion, P. 11. K., as follow i EASTWARD. I'hila Ex., daily ex. Sunday nipht 12 TA a ni 11 ill! in Ace, daily except Sunday, 6 25 a iu 1'aciltc Express, daily ex. Monday 10 19 a ni Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 32 a iu Atlantic Express, daily 9 10 p ni Mail, daily except Sunday 6 OS p ui WESTWARD. Pitttb'ft Ex , daily except Sunday 12 3S a iu Pacific Express, daily ; i a m AVay Pass., dailv $ f ? "' ' f leaves. ....... 10 111 ni Mail, daily exec) Sunday...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 August 1877

AGBUXITTEIL' Lakoe Horse. 1 or e-eral yean pant there bat been a good demand for quick-stepping horses of rather more iban the average work, such aa are u i ted for an expreH wagon. There la probably no style of draft horses harder to supply than this, and If our breeders will turn their attention to it we reel cure It will prove profitable. Heavy horses we have In sufficient numbers, but most or them are too slow and ei hibit too little spirit and endurance for the business. A good mare crossed with a good Perclieron or Clydesdale stallion, should produce the desired animal if (he slow trait and sleepy char acter of the latter do not predominate too much. The Mark Lane Ezpres de. scribes such a horse: "i he head should be comely, but not so small as that of the running horse, as it enables the animal to ihiow more weight into the collar. He should be broad and flat the forehead, have ueat, well set-on ears, prominent-placed eyes, tlilu eve lids, Urge nostrils, neat neck, and be dee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 August 1877

S ; ' - i f 13. F- SCIIWEIER, THE C053TITTJTI0H THE UHOS-AHD THE E5IOECEMEST OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor . VOL. XXXI. MIFFLINTOAVN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1S77. NO. 34. 1 PSALM OF HEALTH. Tell me not in mournful number Life ia but ma empty dream ; Doest thou never eat encumbers ? Sever with the oolic scream? . life ia real life ia earnest ! Tboult believe it in thy soul. When with inward heat thou burnest, And thine eyes in anguish roll ; - When no Joyance. naocht but sorrow Find thy heart from day to day ; Wh le, each following to-morrow, Still the penalty thou pay. Life ia long and health ia fleeting. It may leave thee ac day ; Then be careful of thine eating Throw all cucumbers away. In the world' broad field of prod nee, Can'nt no vegetable find. Which, while not to health ao odious, Shall be yet unto thy mind. Take naught hurtfuL bnwe'er pleasant; (By such things is illness bred.) Thou mavst relish it at present ; Soon thou'lt mourn with aching hea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 August 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN WJFFLINTOWN. W cdacgday. Auguit 84, 18TT. B. F. SCII WE I Ell, EDITOB ASD riOPIItTOK. ftepnblican State Convention. H-AHQCAtTriU KzPtSUCAS StaTI EPUCA Stati ) vis, J, i. July 12, 1877. J Cimnrrxi Ba-aajsca-, 7 direction of the Republican State Coniirfitee, the Repcb! ican State Conven tion, heretofore called te meet at EaJTis feg on the 29th day of August next, is hereby postponed, to meet In Harrtsoorg, at boon, 00 Wednesday, September 5, 1877. lb i postponement ia tuade at the request f a Large number ot delegates elect, who have engagements to be present at a trien nial conclave of KuigbU Templar, wbich aas'-mblis at Cletelaod, Ohio, 00 the 23th day of August next. 7 order of tbe Committee. HEN BY M. HOYT, Chairman. A. iVilso N'okeu, Secretary. A cotniissios is about to try to 1 1 Iiig about a treaty with Sitting Bull Srrts to eiht thousand coal miners quit work in the Lehigh valley last rhitxsdav. Pox't envy city or town life ; there's nothing in it, ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 August 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLlNTOWN : vreBeaday. Ansratit 92, aSTT. TERMS. Subscription, i 1.50 "t annum. If paid tain 12 month, i $2.00 if Dot paid within 12 month. Transient advertisements Inserted at 60 cent per inch for each insertion. Transient business' notice! in local col umn, 10 cents per line lor each insertion. Deduction will be made to Ulo desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter PENN'A. B. ETIME TABLE. OX ard after Monday, June 25th. 18T7, passenger trains W'U leave Mittiin sta tion, P. K. K., as follows : KasrwacD. Phila Ex., daily ex. Sunday night 12 54 a m Mifilin Ace, daily except Sunday, 6 2 a in Pacific Exp'css, daily ex. Monday 10 19 am Jdhustown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 32 a m Atlantic Express, daily..... 9 10 pni Hail, daily except Sunday iibopm WESTWaaD. rill: Vs Ex . dally except Sunday !2 38 a m I'&citic Express, dailv a 5 a hi V.y Pass, daily J"" J ' ' i leaves 10 10 a iu Miil, daily except Sundiv. S 33 p in fclirTiin Acc .daily except sutid...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 August 1877

ONE TEAR APiltV : vi liright sua above a rippled sea, r : A tail sail lees' ning down the skr. And low waves singing merrily, ' Witt nana to hear bat she and L J A few aoft words, '-How sweet to float Along the line of ehining shore. And slowly, in a ssilleea boat, Dr.ft on into the evermore. "And carry there this picture fair. The aea and sky and anuling land. With not a thought of toil or care ; Going like children, band in hand." That was a jear ago to-day. For her the boat ha left the shore, And now her footsteps slowly stray The bright paths of the evermore. And I the bun and sky and sea. And low waves singing on the sand. Seem saying that she waits for me In that far off. yet nearing land. The Uombardment off Giurgevo. The -orrof.i(Oiil-nt of tlie I.onilon Timr riv-s the following ai-eouiit of ili- boiiitiurtliiiciit f .iiirr-v lv the Turks: "We rem.-iiiH-tiaboiita i-oujilfof hour in the tow n, and in that time the streets were torn ii, the houses ierce and ruined by the shell...

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