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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 February 1878

ijaiL- mmii & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOVN : Wededr. Tcbruary d, TERMS. Subscription, $1.5" rr annum, if paid within 12 months; $2.00 if not pud within IS months. . . , Transient advertisements inserted at 60 ets per inch for each insertion. -Transient business notices lu local col- nmn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions mill be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter rear. PENN'A. E. BjriME TABLE. ON and after Mondav, June 2-lh. 187, passenger trains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. B. K-, as follow : EASTW1BD. Phila Ex., dailv ex. Sunday night 12 54 a m Mifflin Ace, dailv except Sunday. 6 2Ura PaciHc Express, daily ex. Monday 10 19 a m Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sund.iv 11 32 a m i .Mnf VnnHsr . 6 05 D TO nan, un K .,.. I ... .: r a.i f 9 1U urn I Auauiw . 1 .......... WESTWARD. Pittib'g Ex . daily except Sunday 12 3S m e.;h.. rttirmui. dailv.k 5 .i a m . .. arrives 10 (Hi aw V, ay Pass., daii j ,.ave 10 1" a m Mail, dailv except Sunday 30 p m Mi...

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. — 20 February 1878

-L. L w.'tiKiHwi,i''i''''M'iwM!V'?t'ffw'?'yiM'j;!?' h'i.""""" 3 r?ftJi-.t;2it If I ft ; 4 -'l 1 ! , " I . OMr.STTP. ULJaUlaVt A HAS'S REGRET. O m chUd-lors. m lore of long ago. How gnat ra life wbeo yon and I were voting ! Tbe world iu boundlesa, for we di i not know: And 1 f e a pcem, for we had not sung. Now m tba world grown as all, and we thereon Fill w th wise toil and woe each flying day; Eire from the wood, dreama from mt beart are gone. And beiTi n ia biro for God ia far away. O my child-love, cannot too come ag in. And I look on yon with gravr, iunocen eyea? Your God baa man? angels I woul I fain Woo fur one b or one augcl from Uie aide. O bqt chiH-love, come back, come bark to me. And laughing, lead me from tbe rare and din; Lav on mv heart tboee amall hands t- nderly And loviugly, to let tba whole world in. The Hudsoa Bay Company. The Hudson Bay Company wasorgan- izeJ 207 years ao. Like the India ommiiy it prosierel, grew rich, and soon Wihik an almost Independent soverei...

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. — 27 February 1878

I.:. ; sen B. F. SCIIWEIER, THE COFSTITUTIOS THE U5I0I-A5D THE aTFOECIMETT OF THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXII. MIPFLIN1WN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1878. NO. 9. THE ANOINTING OF ihk sword. So carefully she wrapped the blade; So carefully, so tenderly; With price'eea ointment on it laid. And posse down the surface nude. From bilt to polut, so tenderly. Aud ever as she spread the balm. The wound that hurt so bituriy. The throbbing wound grew cool and calm, And wide outspread that bleeding palm. Wherein the nails cleuched fearfully. And ever a she sang her song. So gently and so wistfully, II is anguish died that beat so strong. His eyelids fell that waked so kic And altunbt r wrapped h m graciously. Cut who will play that wood one part, Ah! who anoint the swotd tor me f The sword that wounded soul and heart. Who b d the irnawing pain depart. And bring this healing nuto me ? Where is there any skilful leech. With precious gums for m nistry. This spell...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 February 1878

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFL1NT0WN. if tftftiesdaj, February 37. 18TS. B. F. SOHWEIER, IMTOB JkSD rOrIETO. The European sitaatioA has no peace ful appearance. Silveb cow has intrinsic value among all people. Gold will cease to be a commodity to speculate in, and pass into- circu lation. The weakness of the human fami-! It. a its wants. Said Socrates : "1 consider it as a perfection in the Gods, that they wanted nothing." Senator Don Cameron is to be married to a Miss Sherman, of Obio. Toe Senator ia a widower, 45 years of age, and has five children, is 22 years of age. Tbe lady Anderson, of the Louisiana Return ing Board, has been sentenced to uo dergo a period of two years in solitary confinement at bard labor, and pay tbe cost of prosecution, lie was a Demo crat, as nearly all the irregulars are. But more of bis case by and by. . m The Southern pensioners of the war of 1812 have been restored to the United States pension rolls, and why should they not be ? They had no part or p...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 February 1878

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : tredtaeaday, February 1 8 78 TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annom, If paid ritbtn 12 month ; $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 (enta 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 by the year, half or quarter rear. PENN'A. E. R. TIME TABLE, ON and after Monday, June 25th. 187, passenger trains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P- K- K., as follows : casTwaao. phila Ex., daily ex. Sunday night 12 54 a m Mifflin Arc, daily except Sunday, 6 25 a m pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 10 18 am Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday ll 82 a m Mail, daily except Sunday 6 05 p m Atlantic Express, dally 9 10 p m WKBTWARD. Fittrb'g Ex , daily except Sunday 12 38 a m Pacific Express, daily.. ...... .... i.jvin . ... ( arrives KHKIam Way Pass., daily , , m Mifflin Ate., uailv except S andav. BlUDmi LOCAL 1STEL...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 February 1878

WRICKS. I stood on the shore of tha restless sen, Where the dating wire were singing A aong ao swot and so fall of glee. It fell on tne air w.th ringing. The wild billovs flashed in the fair sunlight; Their bead to heaven were lifting. While ont on the t de, With do hand to guide, A wreck wae helplessly drifting. Bpars of the wreck the wires brought to my feet. Laughed in my face and retreated; The mocking echo my ears did greet. Which the rocks and winds repeated. Well did they know that the wreck was my own Of hopes I trosled In gladness. To the billowy line. Who promised ao true. To bring bn k nothing of sadness. Eut somewhere. I knew, in thecrnel deep. My fond, precious hopes were lying, tamed from the waves too aad too weep, And left them in mockery cry ng. Eat thre s One who will hash the surges wild. And tarn them ssile affrighted. And fr jm their ead graves. Deep ni.der the wares, Eesurrect opes th t were blighted. tables. We always did tlote on babies. In fact, we were a ba...

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

--J.-Sj-L. 7 13. -F. SCIIWEIER, THE COIBTmmOI TKE TJ5IOI AID THE ETTOEOEMiaT OF THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1878. NO. 10. oca own. It 1 had known in tne rooming How wearily all the dy Tiie orJs unkind Would tr uble my mind, I said wben I weut ewav, I bad been m rs cartful, darling, Kor given yon heedltes p in; But we ex "our own" With look and tone We may mvcr take ba- I again. Fur tho lgh in the qui. t even:n: I uwy gie you the kisa of paa. Vet it mi,bt be That never far me Tbe pain at the heart should roaae ! H w many go forth in t'x morning That never come home at tiibt ! And hearts have been bioken Bv harch words spoken. That sorrow can ne'er set right. We bare . artful thought for the tranter. An i emJes for the sometime guest, I ut oft for xur owa" The bi tertone, TuuuU we love "our own" t e best. Ah ! hps. w ill curse im;tiDt ! Ah' brow, w.tb teat look of soorn ! Ttre a cruel fate Wire tbe night toa lat...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 March 1878

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MtFFUNTOWN. tTedneidaT, MarcB 6. 11. B. F. SCHWEIER, ICtTo't AllO rEOFEIKTOB. " England Las 400,000 fighting men reaJj for the Turkish war, on paper. By act of the Ohio Lejpelatsre a salute was firod on Monday at the Stat Ciipitol in honor of the passage of the silver bill. The President sent a message to Congress vetoing the silver bilL The bill was taken hold of by both Hoiwes immediately, and in two hours after it was announced as before Con press, it was passed by a two-thirds vte over the President's veto. The only objection to silver that is worth a moment's thought, is its weight Tho opponents of the coin are making as much out of the ar gument of weight as they can, and yet there is not much weight in the argument They have figured down pretty closely on the weight of a CongreSHman's salary. The month's pay of a Congressman is $117.00, the weight of which is 25 pounds. It will take 6trong pockets in trou sers to hold that weight. Ir is without prope...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 March 1878

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: Wednesday, ftlarch 6, TERMS. Subscription, $1.60 per annum, if paid within 12 months $ $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. ' Transient "advertisements inserted at 50 centa 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 by the year, half or quarter vear. . . PENN'A. B. ETIME TABLE. ON and after Monday, Jane 25th, 1877, jsrneT trains will leave Miffiin Sts tion, P. E. K., as follows : rasTwaan. Phila Ex., daily ex. Snnday night 1 2 64 a ni MitHin Ace, daily except Sunday, B 25 a in PMfle Exoress. dailv ex. Monday 10 19 am Johnstown Ex., daily ex. S unday 1 1 82 a in j Mail, daily except Sunday 1jJ,u j m j I Atlantic Express, daily.... WESTWARD. Pitttb'g Ex . daily except Sunday 12 38 a m ! Pacific Express daily i 6 5 a mi Way PdaUy trrivri..i..i,IU Warn! .10 10 a iu i Mail, dailv except Sunday. Mifflin Acc., daily except Sunday ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 6 March 1878

LIFi'S WAEFAEt Along the tattle's flaming Tan We mirk the tried and tine, Defenders of the cause of mm, A chosen, peerless few. Born ts their mission and in.p;red Oh. nhouM they fall, we feel No sp r t would like theirs be fired, No hand would wieid their steel Yet, one by one, they t-tep aside. Or on the red field lie. And still their p aces are supplied. Still rings the battle cry: '.ill o'er the hoary walls of wrong Truth's startling missiles fly. And still, with steady step and strong Her beets are marching by. And i-o it i-ball be evermore. Until the trump is blown. Pro laiminp Wrong's hard rule is o'er. And RiuLt is on the throne. Oh. fear not for our cau. sublime, L"t hate do all it can; For in the dirke-tcom ng time T. e hour shall brinK the man. Who Killed BraddockT There is not a little romance connect ed with tliis whole story of Braddock and liis defeat the heroic exploits of the tl.cn youthful Washington, and the captureof Fort Iiiqune events w hich occurred a century a...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 March 1878

. c. . " U. F. SCIIWEIER, ; THE OOTSTITXrnOI-THE TJJIOI-AID TEE EJK)CIME3T OP THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXII. M1TFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1878. NO. 11. CONQUERED. I eing of night, of a winiry nigbt. Wlw-n the wintry wind war sighing, Tben the air as cold aud the frost was bold. And t:.e auownakee wild were flying. "Twm a dismal nicht O a dread I ul night! Not etarin the heavens eeemed eh.nini. For the sir ws cold end the froet was bold, And the watchdog eadly whining. And I thought of the dare that Lad paeaed away. Of the Limits that were ret before me; And I turned mine eyes to the f-r-off okies. Ad J I knew that my God was o'er me; And I wept as I ne'er bad wept before O what a night for weeping! Tor he tir was cold, and the Storm-King bold On bis riery steed went sweeping. And be laughed, and he said, a he onward epel. "O mine is a voice cf thunder, With a tongue of fire do I strike my lyre. Do I ring my rong of wonder. I ride on the wave...

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

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFfLIXTOWN. WcdMdar. March 13. 1STS. B. P. SCII WE I ER, CDiTo aid raoriiEToa. Tra Silver Bill destroyed the Gold en Calf of this country. 01 that is equal to Ibe best of olive oil, is now extracted from Cotton seed. Me. Stengeb, Congressman from this district voted against the 6ilver bill. Within the past few day all the ef forts to bold peace meetings in Lon don Lave been broken up by the war r,r,r A colored woman was hanged to the limb of a tree, a few days ago in Rock ingham eonoty Va., for burning a barn. That should be the fate of all incen diaries. The Democrats have a mind to go into the campaign early this year. Their State Committee is called to meet at Harrishiug on the l'Jth inst, to fix a time to hold a State Conven tion. Through mail for cities, but gie people iu the Juniata Valley mu'ls oa way train. Tb management of the Auditor General s office at Harrisburg is the subject of a Legislative investigation ' just now. It appears that the State...

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

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN : vrrdandar, March 13, igJsr. TERMS. Subscription,, $1.60 per annum, if paid ithin 12 months ; $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cent per inch for each insertion. Transient basin notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line lor each insertion. Reductions will be made to those desiring; i'o advertise by the year, half or quarter vear. PENN'A. B. ILTIME TABLE. ON and after Monday, Jone 2"th, 1877, passenger trains will leave Mittlin Sta tion, P. K. K., as follows : EASTWARD. phila Ex., daily ex. Sunday night 12 54 a m Mifflin Ace, daily except Sunday, G 2' a in Pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 10 la m Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 32 a ni Mail, daily except Sunday '.. 6 05 p m Atlantic Express, daily..... 910pm WESTWARD. PitltVg Ex . daily except Sunday 12 3S a m Pacific Express, daily.. n ' a ru ii- n. . a :i, S arrives HMKIaui, Way Pa., daily ) X)at ,0 10,n( Stall, daily except Sunday 3 So p m I Mif...

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

Au Asiatic rope. A few days before Pius IX. breathed his last the Tone of the MtiMulmans passed away," Abdul Ghafur the Ahkoond of Swat. Abdul Ghafur was born of shepherd parents in 1790, and till he was sixteen herded their cattle. Kunning away from home he sought out teachers first at Teshawur. then at Kliuttuk, Desirous of greater distinc tion than that offered by the ordinary career of a Mooliab, he vowed to become a Dervecsh and took possession of the bland of Bokka, a mere bank of mud formed at one great inundation of the Indus to disappear at another. Here for twelve years he lived a hermit life, in a wretched hut, exposed to the cold blasts that only High Asia knows and having for food only milk and the epds of a variety of grass. Literally for months he remained squatted on the ground facing towards the Holy City and howling the Creed and the ninety names of God, as the Kev. Mr. Hughes a missionary to l'esbawur, and Sir Harry Lumsdcn, a British oflk-ert certify. The latter ...

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

vJ WP WSy llw B. F. SCIIWEIER, TEE COSSTmiTIOI-THE TUIOI-AID TEE ESrOBGEMEfT OF TEE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1878. NO. 12. FAILED. Yes I am itu Djdmui, Kate! everything goo atlaat. Nothing to abow for the trouble and toil of the wean years that are past; Houses and laods and money hare taken wings and fled. This very morning I rigned away the roof from over my bead. I shouldn't care formvse'f, Kate; I'm used to fie world's rough ways, I've dug and delved, and plodded along through all my manhood days; But think of yon and the children, and it almost breaks my heart. Fcr I th roght so surely to give my boyi and girl - a good start. So many years on the ladder, I thought I was near the top Only a few years longer, and then I expected to slop. Anil put the boys in my place, Kate, with an easier life ahead. But now I di.4 give the prospect op: that comforting dream is dead. I'm worth more than my gold," eh? Tou.re...

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

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MFFLLTrOVVN. tTedaesday, March 8Q. W B. F. SCHWEIER, IDITOt ASTD riOPKIUCm. Righteous Decision of the Su preme Court of Louisiana. I)owd in Louisiana, the Slate Re furuing Board has power conferred on It by Stale aici, to reject euch district returns as it may deem proper, where frani, or intimidation has been prac tioed on the Toters. Daring the late Presidential campaign a systematized plan of terrorizing or intimidating voters was carried on in some of the election districts in Louisiana. The Board, in the exercise of its lawful power, reject ed several of the districts mentioned when the count for Presidential electors was made up, whereupon the old Con Jederale element set up the cry of fraud, though it was clear that the Board had noted within the limits of State laws; and ever since the Presidential elec tion the country has been GUeJ with their cry of fraud. It was aot hard to excite the bitterest feeling against the Board, in Louisiana. That feelin...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 March 1878

---- - SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Tednctdar, March 20, Hi4. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum, if paid within 12 months ; $2.00 if not pud within IS months. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 aenta per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Pert actions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter ear. PENN'A. B. KTIME TABLE. OX and after Monday, June 2r,th, 1877, passenger trains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. R. R-. follows : KASTWABD. Phila Ex., daily ex. Sunday night 12 54 a m Mifflin Ace, daily except Sunday, 6 2" a m Pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 10 19 am Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 32 a m Mail, daily except Sunday........ 6 05 p m Atlantic Express, daily 9 10 p m WESTWARD. Pittrb'g Ex , daily except Sunday 12 38 a m Pacific Express, daily... ..... .... 6 5 a m . a i S rrives 10 (Warn S ,y Pass., daily j ,emre 10 10 a n. f.;i Hailr Tcent Sutidav . 3...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 March 1878

Zeke aad Folly at the Theater. "Row much be you jroln to tax as to ICO in?" Mid Zeke, as he nd Polly stepped op to the box office at the theater the other blffht, Just at the window waa opened, for they had come early to make sure of getting all there was to be of the show. The scale of prices was explained by the ticket seller. "Crab cider and mince meat!" ejacu lated Zeke; "that's more'n they charge at a circus with two clowns. Can't you let us set on the top benches for a quarter apiece f Tou'll not find us any ways stingy about buyin lemonade and peanuts. What d'ye say. Is it a dicker?" He was informed that the prices were as unchangeable as the times, and after considerable parley invested in a couple of balcony tickets, which they both read aud examined critically to be sure that no gouge game was lurking for them in the pasteboard. A few minutes later found them comfortably installed In front seats with eyes wide open drinking in the wonder and magnifi cence of a theater for ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 March 1878

Mi V V U V VlVfV HI B. F.CIIWEIER, the ooisTmrnoi-THE unoi-uro tee eupoeoemest or the lavs. r , , r, ! ' I - 1 V , Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXII. MIFFLINTOWX, JITNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1878. NO. 13. KISS ME, DARLWG, EES VI PIRT. i ; j Bt ETHEL HOLMES. Eim nie, daihug, ere we part! 5 Weary years may glide away Era we meet ill mini aad heart A we meet and part to-day. Many a Borrow lauuoh bis dart At the hearta estranged for aye ! Vara may come and steal afstu O'er the road we walk, apart ; Years all full of g iff aud paiu Leaving but a bitter smart, Ou the spirits once so proud Groping sadly with the crowd, SuVry locks may crows, thy brow Ere we me t as once we met ! Once thy lore was true, bnt now Well, my heart would fain forget all it ever felt. I know Jt wi.l bold thy image yet. BUU in memory of days Iilesed days of sunny bliao , Woeu on brow, and lip, and face, I hare pressed my burning kins Let once more my hps touch thin Ere we bow at other shrine. Ki m...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 March 1878

4ENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. W4iMMT. Marc VI. ItT: B. T. SCIIWEIER, ltrrrn an rsrtrrros. tv- i f i.nt aeabosrd cities are A.H taking steps to Ber-nre trade from Central and South America, "Bills to meet Southern demands to the amount of $150,000,000 are ow pending before Congress. Members of the New York and Kew Jersey Legislature visited the Permanent Exhibition last week. It is said that the common nettle tock has fiber M line as silk, and in certain parts of Europe the nettle is now cultivated to weave goods from. a r, Ttnthrhilda. a Jewess, and an English aristocrat, the Earl of Rosebury, were married in London, i, which was no common I4MV " event by any means. .tv;i.w.V,ritn." a book fast out in England, purports to be an account of the life of the Saviour, by one of i,;. limW who traveled with Him during the period of His ministry. Philadelphia Fret. Uot. Hampton, of Sooth Carolina proposes to pardon all the so called Republican offenders, in thai state, ex- ....t;.,...

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