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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 January 1878

.ESTim & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: . Wednesday, janaarr 16, I8T8. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum, if paid within 12 months ; $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 tents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be male to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter PENK'A. B. iJTIME TABLE. OV and after Monday, June 25th. 1877, pasnenger trains will leave Miftlio Sta tion, F. H. E., as lo'dows t EASTWARD. phila Ex., daily ex. Sunday night 12 54 a m Mifflin Ace, daily except S unday, 6 2 a tu y-tcjSc Express, daily ex. Monday 10 19 a m t..i.-.t,-n Ft., dailv e. Snndav 11 Siim Mji1, daily except Mi n a ay tujpin "u" ""8 uiiuergo me experiment, Atiutic Express, daily 9 10 p tu and to his complete satisfaction, all who so wkstwabd. I were experimented on, were exempt from Pittib'g Ex , daily except Sund:iy 12 38 a ni i small pox. Thus, in brief,...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 16 January 1878

Lonrioa Jail Birds. When the vn is emptied, ami the pris oners .11 inside the corridor, the great iron-studded doors are once more lot-tea ...! rfmi hle-ltxked. In a line of ten or a dozen stand the new-coin ers-n un ,.i....t. row. Manv classes of crime are represented in that little string of jail-birds. There Is the naDituai uruu ard, blear-eyed, sodden, blotchy, who spends, In short sentences of a week and ten davs, some three months of the year in limbo, dividinz the remaining nine between the gin-palace and the work house wards. There is the savage, big jawed wife-beater, convicted already of half a dozen brutal assaults upon his wretched helpmate. There is the gray haired thief of sixty years, a miserable old bungler who filches apple and cab bages from Covent Garden, stray sau sages from pork shops, or a roll of cloth from the pawnbroker's counter, prowl ing around the Seven Dials and Drury laiie in the dayHme; slinking by night to a hot supper in some thieves' kitchen in St....

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 January 1878

r B. F. SCHWEIER, THE OOSSTITUIIOH-THE UKOI-AID THE EjjPOEOEMEIT OF THE LA'tfS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXII. MIFFJJNTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1878. NO. 4. i .-4 i J AS DfDEPESDEST FAK1KIL Let siilors sing of the mighty deep. Let soldiers prai-s their armor, Bat in my bean tin tout I'll keep The independent farmer. When first the rose in rote of ireeu Unfolds its rnmson lining. Around his cottage poich is seen The hootjsnckle clitubing ; VThen backs of bloom theirs wet tness yield To bees that gather honev. He drives his team across U.e field, Wheu skies are aoft and sonny. The blackbird cln ks behind the plow. The quad pipes loud and clearly. Ton orchard hides behind its boughs The home he loves so dearly ; Tne gray and old barn door tin 'old. His anipls store in measure, -More nch than heaps of hoarded cold, A b eeeed precious treasure ; While yonder in the porch there stands Bis wife, the lovely charmer. The sweetest ruse on all his lands Tbs indep...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 January 1878

SKawa9al SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. fTedaesday, January 33, 18TB. B. F. SCHWEIER, kditos aud rnrirro. CorxTKY people, who live between cities, Lave no objection to urge against through mails, from city to city without a single stop, if it so pleases the management to run them. The part of the mail service that they are displeased with, is, that part that discriminates against them. They consider that they are as virtu ous and as good as their fine cousins in the cities. Their letters and news papers are as deserving of consider ation as such missives from the cities, and while such an acknowledgment is made, from all sides, there is a discrimination in favor of the cities, in that the United States mail service is made exceedingly accom modating to the cities, while the country is neglected. "Let them have through fast trains ; who cares T but give us country folks between cities a mail on the troy trains, and we will be satisfied." That is the senti ment of the country....

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 January 1878

Hl 4 MUTUXiOH'Ss tt tttflu), Jwuuary 11. TKUMS. Subscription, 1 per annum, if paid sill in 12 UioMUsj -.io it too ni miiutii 12 ni mills Trau.lcul advertisements Usorled. al 5 .....l, !'.. ...el. Oi.erti.ili I '" I"- T v . ... .... ., .... Triul,nl tUSIIlOsS HOllvcs I" lltll Vl'l- "? .' u ... . 1. 1 Bum, l r ' ' " .............. Deduction will be mato I 111 i- desiring to sdverlisd ' ) eri l'iarlcr 1 T ! PEXN'A. K. P.. TIME TAELE. I .. T . -.. ... I 0 an J alter Muiuuv, June .-jm. i:n, , passenccr trams wdl L ave Milttiu Ma- .V and alter Muudav. June 25ik. i? lion, r. li- I'l'o 1 ...... ... 1 IUKUV. FhiU Ex-, daily Sund v i,:lit I'JMira : bitliiu Aic, ctai'y vxcryl Siitnl y. tin m 1 Pjcilic txiTi-, dai'v Mond iv Id 1! a ui Ex., daily . x. 6a,.,Uy 11 !J . , dilv rxcoi.t Sunday 6 !' i hi Vail, d-ii'y rxcoit Sunday.... j 111 Atiiulic l.xlre. d il V... l 10 ji 111 ritt-b f Ex . .1a.lv cvc.Y! Mm 1 iv 1. a 111 . IVihc Kvures. d;il v m Way r Ms-, daily avriv. s , . 1 tl lill 111 i..,u Wti'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 23 January 1878

TBI FIRESIDE. With what a live intelligence the flame Glowe and leap up in epiree of flickering red. And turns the ooal. juat now so dull and dead, To a companion ! Xot like those who came To nan me with iteration tame Of idle talk in shallow fancies bred. From doleful moods the cheerful fire has led My thought, which now Ibelr manlier strength rec aim ; And like some frozen thing that feels the sun Through solitudes of winter penetrate. The frolic currents through my pulses run; While fluttering whiepers soft and intimate Oat of the ruddy fire-lii;ht of the grate Make talk. love, music, poetry in one. Making a Portrait. "A portrait," according to Mr. Hunt ington, "ehoulJ be a reproduction of the true character of the sitter. It should bring out his distinguishing traits, and should subordinate all unim portant matters. Titian's method was absolutely the beau ideal fullness of reality and individuality, and at the same time breadth and largeness of treatment. Even in his haudling of...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 January 1878

n. F. SCIIWEIER, THE C05STITUTI05-THE UNIOH-AITD THE ESrOBOEMEIT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, FENNA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1S78. NO. 5. FADING, CHANGING, DYING. Everything beautiful, darling, most fade; The rose aud the K y. the pride of the field. An J uiyrU which hide the rude mark of the spaJe. Where loved o. ea are sleeping, will all bare to yield To Time' busy gleaner, who gathers the hares. Aud r.nopened buds in the forest and plain. To carefully bind them in band e and sheaves, Au J carry them off to return not aga'u. Everything beanUfuL darling, must chance ; The woodland, the meadow and oourae of the stream; Xliooe scenes now familiar ere long will seem strange. Au 1 only be thought of m seen in a dream. Or pictures of memory long hong away Aud faded by ae or dust of the past; Ea-h moment of pleasure refuses to stay. Tue TO.oe of the zephyr is lost in the blast. Everything beautiful, darling, most die, AuJ that whi.-h increa...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 January 1878

tea SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. ffeJaeadar, Janaary 30. 1-T. B. F. SUIIWEIER, RMTOI ASD PIOPIKTOE. Light-The Free Pipe Bill-" Not the kind of Legislation the Com monwealth Needs. Long ago people used pine knots for light After they accumulated more of this world s goods, they nse J tie lard of hogs and the tallow of cattle for light Each family pro duced its own ligh af tittle cost The next fcght was whale oil and gas, neither of which were produced by the people themselves, but by second and third parties, which was the cause of the creation, as it were, of a new industry. But all the lights of the fathers have given way to the light of this day and generation. The new light is not gathered from the wood, extracted from hog, steer, or whale, or generated in gas houses, but is pumped out of the earth, and people are pleased to call it cool oil. Coal oil is the new light. Large com panies and corporations have been formed to get it out of the ground, and so centralized hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 January 1878

Sentinel & republican HIFILtNTOVN: WriBtiWi January ad. TERMS. Subscription, $1 .50 per MDOin, ir paid within 12 month! ; f 2.00 if not pud within 12 month. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 Cent per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for efcch Insertion. Deductions will be made lo those desiring to advertise or the J" car, halt' or quarter tear. PENH A. fi. B. TIME TABLE. ON and after Monday, June 2' passenger trains will leave 11 tion, 1. R. E., sS follows : KASTWAaD. phila Ex., daily ex. Sunday night Mittfin Ace, daily except Sunday, Pacific Express, dally ex. Monday th, 1877, iltliu Sla- 11 34 a m , 6 2 ". a ut 10 l 'Jam 113'Jaw 6 1)5 p m 9 10 pm 12 3S a id a jfi a tu liiooam 10 1 am 3 35 p in 8 "0 p id Juhnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday Mail, daily except Sunday Atlantic Express, daily WESTWARD. Pitt:b'ft Ex . daily except Sunday Pacific Express, daily ... 4 arrives .... Way Pats daily J Uw, Mail, daily except Sundays ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 30 January 1878

THE GIVER'S REWARD. Who gives and hides the giving hand Xor counts on favor, box or praise. Shall find his smallest gift outweighs The burden of the sea and land. Who gives to whom bath naught been given. His gift in need, though small indeed As the grass-blades wind-blown seed. Is large as earth and rich as heaven. The President's Staff The large Amount of clerical and ofll vial work done at tbe Executive man sion requires the services of about a dozen men. President Hayes bas a larger personal staff than has been maintained by any of his predecessors. Tbe man who stands nearest to him Is Mr. W. K. Kogers, who holds the offi cial position of private secretary to tbe lresident, with a salary of $3,250 a year. Mr. Koger occupies the large room adjacent to the President's room, on tbe side opposite to the library and imme diately over the southern end of the east room, all tbe offices being in the second story of the Executive mansion. Mr. I'rudtn, the assistant secretary, wbo receive...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 February 1878

1 Ii?F. SCIIWEIEIt, THE COITSTITUTIOH-THE TUTIOl-AID THE ESPOBCEMEITT OF TEE LAWS. Editor and Pi-opriet or. VOL. XXXII. MIFFIJN1WN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENXA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY G, 1878. NO. 6. firm? in hi -A POOR RULE THAT DOESN'T WORK BOTH WATS." "Cams bck. come back to me, Charlie Come to the old elm-tree ; T na only a jest your lore to teat. To ree if von loved but me. I o not care for them, Charlie For Willie, or hob, or Ed, Or sny one ; tsaa onlr for fan. For no one else could I wed." Tbas ung a bonnie maiden. With a tear in her bright brown eye. And a look of care in ber face eo fair. And a voice twixt a laugn and a cry. But down by the brook, in the meadow, S' rolls a f rm that she known full well ; And a lady fair, with golden hair. Is with him Home city belle. Down in 'he fragrant grasses Sinks the maid, with a smothered moan ; "Ah. me !" she sobs, -how my heart throbs To be left alone alone." -Why these tears, my Kitty ?" Siart.ng. her Charlie the saw. Twaa only a jest your...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 February 1878

ggT2r t rrt.aara- SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFL1XT0WN. FTedaesdar, February 6. ISTS. B. F. SCHWEIER, tffoa asd rfcoriintTda. - Compulsory Education Bill. There is a compulsory education bill in the Legislature. It should not be passed. Free education is guaranteed to all now. To engTaft a compulsory clause in the School Law, is to depart from a free system to a system of despotism. Add compulsory educational clauses to the Common School laws, and the perm for the most thoroughly organ ized deFpotii-.ni is laid throughout the length and breadth of the land. It may take a century to develope its strong, despotic, anti-Republican or Democratic principles, but develope it will. If you desire despotic power slowly to destroy the Republic, help to bring about a compulsory educa tion law. The next step will be to establish a National Bureau of Education, and then the regular steps from the fam ily to the National Bureau, or head, will be complete, and constitute the most thorough organiz...

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. — 6 February 1878

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, February 6, ISIS. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum, if paid within 1- mouths ; $2.00 if not paid within J2 months. Truneni advertisements inserted at 50 cents p" inch fr en insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter PENK'A. B. ILTIME TABLE. OX aid after Monday, June 21th, 1877, passenger trains will leave Mittlin Sta tion, P. K. K., as follows : EASTWABD. Phils Ex-, daily ex. Sunday airfct 12 54 a m Mifflin Ace, daily except Sunday, 6 2 a m pacific Express, daily ex. Mouday 10 19 a m Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 82 a m yiail, daily except Sunday 6 05 p m Atlantic Express, daily 9 10pm WESTWARD. Pittib'g F-1 dai'y except Sunday 12 3S a ni Pacific Express, daily a . a m . 4 arrives. lOtM) a m Way Tat., dail J , ,)m M-vil. dailv except Sunday 8 3.5 pm lli.tiin Ace, daily except Sunday. S KJ p ...

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. — 6 February 1878

PuckV Dream Booki If you dream of a ring-tailed monkey, chewing bar-soap on the top of an obelisk, and scratching the small of his back with hi left hind foot, on wnicn there is a blister of the eighth poten tiality, and of two years standing it means that you will meet a cross-ej eu girl the next time you go hunting for raccoons in a reservoir. If you dream of a stuffed oystershell dancing about in iu ulster, to the tuue of 'Hold the Fort,' while a club-footed Indian looks on and chews gum, it's a sign that it is going to rain when your blonde cousin gets married. (If it is a brunette cousin, you have got to dream something else.) If you dream of a boiled owl, seated on a monument, smiling at a red cow, half seas-over, and dyeing its central tail feather a mazarine blue, it is a certain indication that there is money coming to you whenever you see a Kussian Lieutenant Colonel asleep under a sycamore. If you dream of a pock marked rhi noceros eating asparagus with a silver spoon and...

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. — 13 February 1878

it - 1 I TV rn "CYJYVV 1: 1 : 13. F. SCIIWEIER, THE GOHSTmrnOS-THE TTSI03 AJD THE HJTOBOEMHIT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Propiiotor. VOL. XXXII. MIFFLIXTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1878. NO. 7. LETHE. Adnwu the slumberous Und one liver flows, S ow, euent. under light of stars or son. Falling from a far land that no one knowa. To a great m whtre all the stream are out, tloon of lilif-a npon its breast. Vbos8 cold root grasp the euulea ahina be low. Sever bath past-ion broken oo their rest. Sor aino oua tear drop, on their iovelese auow. What time the aun throwa w.da his golden door. Aui kJid'.a peak on p.-ak to amotbjat, A ei-h brefthe o'i thoie wood of svcatnore. Aud uVougU the twinkling tree top trail the m.Bw KoUmg through glisti aiui glena that stream vhall glide. Wt-cping. those ghuot haU stand npon the shore. Koi sorrow with oblivion shall ahi ie. Till stream, aud sea, and mountain be no tuoie. The Black Decoy; Or A Itide For Ufa. ! guess I never told you ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 February 1878

EraaLkartiti'aifr Ma-in" SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. WsS-mMdaj, February IS, MTS. F. SOHWEIER, BDITOK ASS r-aoraiSTOB.- Conciliate, Give Tiem Eopff. The prosecutions in the South, which go vigorously oo, create rest lessness in the misd of many North ern people, because they believe the cases of prasecution there, are but the skaA-ws of coming events, and indicafe the purpose to overthrow th changes made by Rebellion, and to r est tie order of things that exibted prior to 1860. Such pur pose is, however, denied. The pros ecutors declare that the men that they have taken into court, are bad men, who have done bad work, under the shield of the National govern ment, and now that the National gov ernment no longer protects them they shall be punished. It is certain that the conciliatoiy policy of Presi dent Hayes has developed the pros ecutions. If the prosecutions are indeed for the purpose of breaking up the work of bad men, and have no other object, then they are right Jf ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 February 1878

Sentinel & republican MIFFLINTOWN : WNiMdar, February 13, 1 TS. TERMS. gtbscription, $1.60 per tnnnm, If paid rittln 12 month ; $2.00 if not paid within 15 month. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 swot per inch for each insertion. Transient business notice! in local col urn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Dedocttefls will be made to those desiring to advertise Oy the year, half or quarter vear. lNN'A. E. ETIME TABLE. Oy and after Monday, June 25th, 1877, passenrer trains will It-are Mifflin Sta tion, P. K. B., as follows : BASTWABD. Phila Ex., dally ex. Sunday night 12Min Mifflin Ace, daily except Sunday, X atn Pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 10 19 a tn Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 82 a m Mail, daily except Snnday, 6 Oft p m Atlantic Express, daily 9 10 p m WESTWARD. Pittrb'g Ex . dally except Sunday 12 38 a m Psciflc Express, daily.. 6 5U a m . i . i arrives 10 00am .' leave. 10 10 . m Wiil rfiilv extent Sundar .. S 36 D in Mifflin Acc., daily except S unda...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 February 1878

rT ;4 li- ii;' H'. , COBS E0M8- Wheu Ue end oobum. d4 lie I fait beside tl e long highway of Tune. !far" strira the last, rongh, upward range to , cl mo ' ' O Father, hold me not uiireeonaled !. Let me not then remember ell the wild ;. And thorny were through which mj wound ed f aet Bo long have toiled ; bat rather whet beguiled My way of pein, end made-it ofttimee sweet With Unghter of glad strreius, end pastures fcreen. And fragrant forest pathways opening wide On dewy meadows srarkling in the ean. Like glrams of Paradiee in dreema fore seen ! Bo shall my slumber be nnterrifiei. And my awakening find the Journey done. London Clubs. People may Wt as they please of, the pleasure of the Continental capitals but the club life which is sc institution of London, offers unrivalled aUractions to the bachelor ho is impecunious and unattached. If he has any sort cf pre-1 tensions, he is sure of finding a footing somewhere. Payment of the entrance i money may be "a pull, as Mr, TraJ-j dies i...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 February 1878

iff ft! fil 0HlS'SSR.' MMtfi B. F. SCHWEIEE, THE COITSTITTmOS-THE THflOl-AlID THE EHTOECEHETT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXII. MIFFLIKTOWX, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 187S. NO. 8. LITTLE KISS SN0WFLAX8. L ttle Miss SmwtUie came to town. All draoaod up in her braud Dew gown. And n jbody looked so fresh and (air An little Mias Snowflake, 1 do declare ! Oat of a fleecy e'oud she stepped, V here all the rest of her family kept As close together as beea can swarm. In readiness (or a big snowstorm. Eat little Mies Snowflake cooldnt wait. And sue wanted t come in a greater state, For she tuought that her beauty would neTer be known If she came in a crowd so she came alone. All alone from t'.ie great blue sky Where cloudy Teasels went ecudd ng by, With sails all set, on their w.y to meet The larger ship of the snowy fleet. She was Terr tired but ahe couldn't stop On tall church spires or chimney top; All the way from her bright abode Down to the dust of a...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 February 1878

4KNTIXEL & REPUBLICAN WtFFLIXTOWS. fTednthiday, Februaf y 20, IST8 B. F. SCIlWEIEK, etitoi aso lorarrro. E.volasd ordered a fleet to enter the Dardanelles, but Turkey would not permit hf entry. England, how ever, entered, regardless of the pro test Tut- Cfunlnv RltiricTa VlflTfl mOTTI - ,- , t 1 f in' c 01 udized the Legislature of this State to so modify he Sunday laws as to exempt them from prosecution when ibev work on the Sabbath day. t ..Ti,...ia Jim s "Unrt nf ... rinladlph,a, was sent to pnson, " having pleaded guilty of the charge of fraudulently issuing stock of the company of which he was President." - As exchange says : Our foreign ex - ports are so heavy that they cover ,r forei.Ti interest, our forei-n rur chases and the bonds now returning to this country on account of the Bland or silver bilL 0 - ' A xcmbeb of public men take the position that neither gold or silver is the proper measure of value in this countrv. but that p.icr should be the . ' , ,, - , standard ...

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