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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 May 1878

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFKLISTOWN : Wednesday, May 1, 1ST. TERMS. Subscription, $1.60 per annum, if paid witMn 12 month! ; $2.00 if not paid within 2 month. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 mil 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 PENK'A. E. RETIME TABLE, ON and after Monday, June 25th, 1877, passenger trains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. K. K., as follow t Easrwaan. Phila Ex., daily ex. Sunday wight 12 54 a m Mifflin Ace, daily except Sunday, 6 25 a m Pacific r"xj-ess, daily ex. Monday 10 19 a m Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 32 a m Vail, daily except Sunday 6 05pm Atlantic Express, daily.. 910pm WESTWABD. Pittrb'g Ex , daily except Sunday 12 .IS a m Pacific Express, dailv J. 5 &U a m Wav Tass., daily $ arrives 10 . m ) leaves. 10 10 a ra Mail, daily except Sunday 8 8-" p ra Nimin Acc., daily except Sunda...

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. — 1 May 1878

t'eut of En. Passion Week in Paris may be termed t he "feast of eggs." Every good Cathe 1 e not only fasts every Friday through out the year, but for week together at Easter. The Church does not allow at any time any flesh food; but eggs way be eaten in any quantity. On the first day In Passion Week everybody presents every one else with some little preseut emblematical of an egg in some shape or other, which is known as Paschal egg 4 (ccufi det Pasque). Among a people so iugeuious In Uifles as Parisians, the opportunity is not lost, so that egg shaped articles are to be bad In every conceivable variety of material. Oue would think that the once Imperial Eagle of France had summoned all the birds of the air to come to Paris, build their nests in shop windows, and there deposit their eggs; for, go where you ill, look into whatever shop you faucy, there jou see tggs Irom the size of a - caraway com fit, such as is found In the uest of the humming-bird, to one as large as a bowl the os...

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. — 8 May 1878

?7v f: ' ? M i SI ffl fir H. F. SCIIWEIER, THE COlISTITTJTIOJf THE USIOH-AJn) TIE E&rOBOEMEIT OT THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXII. MIFFIJNTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY,' FENNA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1S7S. NO. 19. THE SWALLOW. (if all the bird that swim the air I'd rather be the swallow ; ind, nmmer dara, when days were fair, ti follow, follow, follow The hurrying ckrads across the sky, Aud with the singing winds I'd Cj. Mv eager wings would need no rent If I were but a swallow ; I'd scale the highest mountain crest And sound the deepest hollow. No forest could my path-way hide ; So ocean-plain should be too wide. I'd find the sources of the Nile, I'd see the Sandwich Islands, And Chimborazo'a granite pile. And Scotland's rugged Highlands ; I'd skim the sands of Timboctoo ; Constantinople's mosque's I'd Tiew. I'd fly among the Isles of Greece, The pride of great Apollo, And circle round the bay of Nice, If I were but a swallow. And view the sunny fields of France, Tbs Tineyards me...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 May 1878

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN j . , .. , MIFftLt'TOWX. T eduelaj. Slay S. 118. i SCH WEI ED, KDITOB AS fROPEfSToa. Republican Z-rte Convention. HiiMiaa sas fcwai:vca S"T Co itt. !Ii!i'-. Wircfc 27, lS7i. In pursuance of a resolmlot of Uie Republican ?tat Cot: :U!es, adopted a: a et-i.K ht-Uih HaTrisbjrg thin d;y, a R jublir-n ?tto Convention (to be -omposed of J. giles from each Sen, rial tad Representa tive district to the number to wbich such di.vjct is entitled n he Legislature.) i hereby called to meet in the .ty of Ha.ri burg, ' twelve o'clock nooui 04 Veda -d.y. ilay 15, 18"8, for the purpose of nom. iratiug one person fo. Governor, one person f-r Lieutenant Governor, ae person foi Sr-retary of Internal Affair and one per son tor jnd;" of the tuprtnie Coirt. Bv order of the committee. ff.uAM P. IVusun, Chairman Jon .' -xtix, Ses'y. Tie CcLTjune. Dispatches report that foreign com munists, in St Louis tod in Chicago, have organised into military com pa. nies, and are completely arm...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 May 1878

jENTINEL & iTEPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOVN: Wedaetdar, May 8, liTS. TERMS. Subscription, $1. GO per annwn. If iwid witLin 1- months; S-2.UU l! nut pen! within 12 nunths. Transient slva'tlaem-rU Inserted at 50 acuta pT Inch for each insertion. Transleht busmcs notices in loval col man. L cents ntr lire for ea h insertion. edn. tior.s wi.l be nia-:e to th.e desiring Ift si'cruw jr. am or quarter tear. PEJIN'l. E. ILTIJiE TAELE. ON n? after Moiida" Jure 25th. 177, pascps-r trams ... leave MriTin Sta tion, 1. K. K., as follow : EASTWARD. Phila Ex., d-iilv ex. Sunday n'-ght 12 54 a in Xlifrin Arc, daily except Suud.-.y, 6 2 a in pacific Exp -ess, diily ex. Monday 10 !9a in John"""'! 1-, daily ex. fcunday II 3'.' a ni yil. osi'y except Sunday. Ath-nlic Espress. daliy ritt- bar Kx . daily except Sm.d. Psrirk- Kx press, . Oft p in i to p m i y VI is a n. .. ' e n, ..10lam ..10 10 a iu . ., arrives , Wav Pass., daiv J , - ' t leaves. , Mail, daily except Sunday 3 35 p m JIUl'.io Ace. daily excep...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 May 1878

Cloieri B T SIDXIT tisitB. JThe following poem, which appeared in a late number of the X. Y. Imlrpen- Vnf, is so unexeeptionahly good, the poetry of poetry, the cream of the cream of literature, that we hare pleasure in transcribing it for the growing number who will he likely to appreciate it merit. Dear uplands. Chester's favoraMe fields. My Urge nnjeakras Lores, many yet one A grave good-morrow to yonr Graces, all. Fair tilth and fruitful seasons ! Lo, bow still ! The midmorn empties yon of men, save me ; Hixok to tout lover, meadows! None can hear. I lie as lies yon placid Brnndywine, Holding the hills and heavens in my heart For contemplation. Tis a perfect hour. From fount of dawn the fluent autumn day His rippled as a brook right pleasantly Half-way to noon ; but now with widening turn Make pause, in lucent meditation locked. And rounds into a silver pool of morn. Bottom'd with clover-fields. My heart just hears Eight Unceriug strokes of some far village- bell. That sneaks th...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 May 1878

, , . . . - , . - - -. 13. F. SCIIWKIEIt, THE C05STITTJTI03.-THE TUnOU-UTD THE EUTOECEYENT OP THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXII. MIFFLINTOWX, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1S78. NO. 20. THE TWO ARMIES. Hie life' unending column pxurs. Two marshalled hosts are seen Io armies od the trampled shores Xlit death flows back between. One marches to the drum beat's roll. The wide-mouthed clarion bra;, And bean upon a crimson scroll Oar glory ia to slay." one i jovea in silence by the stream, W' ih sad yet watchful eye. 1"1'0 as the patieut planet's gleam, 1 bat walks the clouded sky. Along in front no sabres shine. o blood-red pennons wave ; lis banner bears the single line, Our duty is to save." For those no death-bed's lingering shade At honor's trail -el call ; With knitted brow and uplifted blade. In Glory's arm they fail. For these no flashing falchions bright, Sor stirrjjg battle-cry ; The bloodless stabbers call by night Each answers, 'Here ml!" For those the s...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 May 1878

munr'i - iLYfiXEL & HEI'UuLICA: MiFFUNTOWN. Weduesduy, May 15. 1Y8. B. F. SCII W K I E II, iDiroii ano rsopniKToa. The Ticket of tbs Nationals. Th Nati 'i!s completed the "" ination t-f their State tik. in I'hiUd.-l phia last Thursday uiori.irg about 1 - ! ck. Samml R Mason if Merger cr.an'v 19 the tio-..it.ee i t d -Vernor. Ciiris'opHT Swt H.-rk c'u-' ly it the candidate for LieJtet nt iux ftii!'r. B-ij-tn.Mi 5. li iitfpT, of Lvctiiitte for Supreme Judc. a-.d J'"e ' Wright, f Philadelphia, f S-creiari of Internal Affiirs Messrs lenti.;i and Wr ehl were "ti the ireer.back La b.-r ticket !a-t yar. Tiis Candidates Samuel R. M-"'n, the nominee for Governor, is a lawyer reidif: in 'tie town of Mercer, seat of Mercer entity. He is Efty years of age, loving been bom of S.-i.tch Iri-h pareutstge on a small farm in Vab:iiiioH tu-hit l.awreuie. c; u:.', I u'. th-M ft pari i'l Meror. Ilf hi be-'a ptaetieing at the Mor-er bir for tvct.ty 5e years. II . never LelJ any public olfice ol any k...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 May 1878

I' 7 MIFFLIN il VN : TTeuiicsdar, 3Iajr 15, ISIS. TKU MS ir.bv. lonnn. $1 IhT w:iii. it ti j-, in ::th. : fj.m: t r-i:i wi-hin '.9 month. T- i.i-tit di"r' 'Hi-.-. :n-rii 4: ruts j 'lich ft C-I."ll IMS;. "Oi' Trsisienl luism notice in i.ci! co!- amn. cents 1' "r :'"c ,or "'i-'i. llcd'ietines '! he '" -e to 'li sc d n: ro sdvertist tiy the year, ha'i' or qur'tsr tear. PES!,' A. U. P.. TIKE TABLE. o V rd aftc Mondxr. Inne2.1 h. IS", H..ntif tuins w.ll ! are !-P':n t tion, V- K. K. Phi1! Fx- "r ex. '"'' n'rht 1 i M in V -ffm .A .. dii'v x- ) rSi.i '1 iv. r, 2"- m Pieitir Fx: '. osi'v ex:. Vox! iv i'i 11 m j ,r,'.ii'i F.X.. daily .-x. S i.d iv 1 1 "i t hi V-ll. 1I!V cxecr" o".n.iay. li;. j, , Atlantic Lrcss. d S i'i t rr. Pitt-b'r Fx . nai'y except cnd.iy 12 a m ; Pcitie Express, d iilc.. . ... . 3 a m j . , a-rive 1 " 0 a m ; W,vPsss.,d.ti!y Ujw lOlo.n. d lilv evrept Suod iy . 8 S. p ni . jli.f.in Ace .daily except Sinisy. SHI p m .OC.fi. IXTF.ll.!GECE. , I iiitt-rirsteil in (he tiric o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 May 1878

The dictionary-maker says the hor net i a " large brown wasp of an x- tremely pusnacious disposition." Ke is certainly all that and something more. Though he usually minds his own business, he believes that posses sion is nine points in the law and one or two to spare. Whoever trespasses ou his premises stands six chances in half a dozen to set a blow between the eyes that he won't forget during the balance of his natural life. The weapon he strikes with is always red hot, and he will hit the spot he aims at as often a Buffalo Bill. I'uJer these circumstances, when you nnd a hornet's nest it is always safest for you to get behind a tree, and let the other fellow throw clubs at the hornets. It is not at all funny to get stuns yourself, but it is immensely funny to see another man get stung. Were I a composer of proverbs, I should s iy it is better to kiss your sweetheart than to bare a hornet get up your trow- sers leg. Personally I should rather keep schoul and board round than be s...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 May 1878

an null t t D. F. SCIIWEIER, THE COUSTITUTIOH-THE mHOS-AlTD TEE ESrOEOEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, FENNA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1878. NO. 21. V IRISH SONG. Ob ! the Spring's delight Is the cowslip bright. As she laughs to the warblim' linnet ! And whiatliu' thrush On s white May bash. And his mate in a nest widin it ; Summer she shows Her ruse, ber rose ! And oh ! all the happy night long The nightiDgals woes her ! At n the lark sues her Wid the crystal surprise of her soug. Jung Autumn's crown is the barley brown. Red over wid rosy fruit ; And the yellow trees, A they eish in the breeze. Are the strings of his eo'.emn lute. OiilJ Winter's breath Is could as lteath. H irra .' lonesome he's left the earth ; Yet the thrush he sings And the rose she vprings From the Same of his fairy hearth. A Close Shave. " Another step, and you are a dead man!" " Bv what authority do you bar my passage!1" 'Authority? Ha. ha! If this ain't enough," h...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 May 1878

M f : - SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLLNTOWX. HedDMda), Slay 2i, 178. B. F. SUHWEIEIt, .nrru D raorsirroa. If taken into court, to answer a charge, you would expect that the natural right to prove your innocence, and bring a counter charge against Your informant wouW not for a mo ment be denied yoa ; an 1 if denied you, the feeling could not be kept down that the inherent rights that belong to men should be resorted to, to give protection. You could not help declaring that the court that would be so one-sided as to hear evi dence onlv on one side, could be only a pretended court of justice, in which to defeat the ends of justice herself. As with men, and district, and circuit courts, so with nations, SUtea, and parties. The Democrats in the Lower Ilouse of Congress, under the whip of such men as Blair and Black, have been trying to play the one-sided court, to set in judgment on the vote cast in the States of Florida and Louisiana for President. By resolution they have decided that...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 May 1878

BBSTLVEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLLNTOWN : r Wednesday, May 93, ltft. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum, If paid within 12 months ; $2.00 if not paid within Ji rooothi. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local eol mn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to thnee desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter ear. PENN'A. E. RETIME TABLE. ON and after Vondav, June 25th. 1877, passenger trains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. B. R.t s follows : tASTWABD. phila Ex., daily ex. Sunday night 12 54 a m Mifflin Ace, daily except Sunday, 6 2 a in pscific 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 910pm WESTWARD. Pittrb'g Ex , daily except Sunday 12 -IS a rn Pacific Express, daily.. 5 5V am , -, arrives 10 00 am Way Pass., daily ,elM j U.H iliilp tTrT Stllldaw S S M m y-Mn Acc., daily except Sunday, 8 00...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 May 1878

A Beastly Bedfellow. Jack Featherlcy lived in a log-cabin at the base of one of the mountain range of the Adirondack. He had been brought up in the wood from infancy, and the rocks, trees and flowing water were his lesson book, for in that deso late region schools were out of the ques tion. He was the con of a guide who conducted hunters and pleasure parties over the lakes and through the woods of the Shattagee region, and by the time he was seventeen years of age the boy was able to act as a guide himself. His eyes were so keen that he could tell at a glance, by the traces upon the dry leaves, whether a bear, deer or panther had passed by. The for est was his home, and he roil Id lie down miles from home and sleep as sweetly upon his couch of moss or leaves as the best housed youngster en his more civilized betf. In the summer of 173, he guided a party a distance of forty miles to the first of the chain of mountain lakes, where his father waited for them w ith canoes. From that int...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 May 1878

Iff ' Jill II. F. SCI I WEI RR. THE COXSTITTITIOJrTHE UHIOU" AJTD THE ElTTOEOEMEllT OP THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXII. ; mifflintown, juniata county, texna., Wednesday, may 2.0, ists. NO. 22. I THE OLD PORCH ST0?P. 1 am sitting oo the olJ porch stoop to-night if the f arm-booae long and low. Anil the moon bathe in ita silvery light All the objects that I know ; The shadows lie thick on the graivr walks From the long row of maple trees. While the cricket chirps ita lonely sound, Aud the night wind rustles the leaves. I am lonely in heart and sonl to-night For memories crowd thick and fast Of the ones who sat where I sit alone . , Id the times foreTer past. How many thoughts some sweet, some Will clin? here evermore. Where the sheltering eaves, drooping low, Shadow the old stoop o'er. I aui thinking, as I gaze on that hallowed stoop. Of the feet which Lave worn it away j ( f how many, weary with the march of life. Would long for its reef to-day ; Aud the quiet shelter of ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 May 1878

inr iVMW EL & REPUBLICAN r - rrr: MIFFLINTOWX. n ednetda;, Har 29, 1MTS. B. F SCHWEIER. tnrroa ! r-sorairron. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. GOVERNOR, General Henry .11. II yt, or u rtEse. UECTENANT GOVERNOR, Hob. Charles W. Stone, or wiiiii. SECRETARY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS, Hon. Aaron K. Dunkel, OT PHILADELTHIA. JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT, Judge James F. Sterrett, OF ALLEGHENY. Read rbe Democratic platform, as published hi this issue of the Sentinel and Repiblican, aud wbeo it bas been read the conclusion will force itself, that it is nothing but a eerie of objec tion to everything that has been done ty the Republican party, and an im piled promise that if the Democracy get control of affairs, a change for the better will be made. The.r whole plan cf campaign is clearly foreshadowed, and the State knows before their ora tors take tLs atrnnp, and their writers print, that i will be nothing but criti cism J eri'.icistB ! criticism "Give as a chance and we will do better." Crit icism was the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 May 1878

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wedaeadaj, Hay 99, 1ST8. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annnm, if pud within 12 months ; $2.00 if not paid within 1Z nonius. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 mm inok f IMF as;A 9JUM asas-sn ,wi.aa aaaaa UUU. Transient basinetm notices in local col Deductions will be made to those desiring fc-j ; j uku ur quarter rev. PENN'A. E. RETIME TABLE. 0' V and after Monday, June 25th, 1877, passenger trains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. K. R-, as follow t KASTWASD. Phfla Ex., daily ex. Sunday aight 12 54 a m Xiffiin Arc-, daily except Snndav, 6 25 a m pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 10 19 am Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 32 a m Mail, daily except Sunday.... .... 605pm Atlantic Express, daily 910pm WESTWARD. Pittib'g Ex . daily except Sunday 12 38 a m Pacific Express, daily.. 6 5V am , ., t arrives. ...... lOOOam Way Pass., daily ) i ,," Msil, daily except Sunday. . S 85 p m Mifflia Acc., daily except Sunday, 8 00 p m Democratic State Con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 May 1878

f son terfel tins. To be a successful counterfeiter re quires rare mechanical skill, an utter contempt Tor the law, and a reckless disregard for the results which (unless the criminal is fortunate enough to to have powerful friend and a plenty of money) are almost sure to follow de tection in committing what is looked upon by government authorities (if they are honest) as the unpardonable sin. The business of counterfeiting has had, i n years gone by, some of the blest men in the country in their particular line as its exponents, and their methods of doing busiue&i have been almost past finding out; but, thanks to the United States secret service department, cou pled with tliose of local detective oliii-ers all over the country, the busi ness of manufacturing, dealing in and shovrhg the " queer" has been uiade so dangerous tUat but few dare run the risk. Then, again, the abolition of State banks has done much toward put ling a check to the business. For the iur(ose of giving the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 June 1878

$ w 'H. i . ' i : j. T ' ? i: fmM: ' iij jh bk' .... . . - - . , 1 1 , . . i , , ., i ' i ... ,. , , .. iflL Sit B. F. SCIIWEIER. THE COHSTITUTIOH-THE 0105110) THE ETF0E0EME3TT OP THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXII. MIFFLIN1WN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1878. NO. 23. II. FJ f II Mill I r A WAY-SIDE MEJIORT. Cuder tke silTer fringe Of the willow bongba that swung A -glitter in the sunshine, With frozen jewels strung. With smouldering fire of opals. Of pearls and chryaoprase. And the twinkling diamond drops that set The frosty morn ablaze. Under the swaying willows. Where the tall green rushes sprang. The way-side spring of my childhood Babbled and laughed and sang Bubbled and rippled orer, Aa the blithe winds came and went. And dimpled all day in the sunshine With a gurgle of glad content. Through the chink of the mosey boulder Its living waters purled. With inarticulate whispers Of the wonderful under-world ; The tall ferns nodded wisely With every frond an...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 June 1878

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MlFFMNTOVVX. WedDMdlJ, June 5. ISIS. F. SCIIWEIER, EDITOR AXQ fBOPBIETOB. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. GOVERNOR, 6enral Henry H. Ilctyt, or M'zitxs LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, Hen. CbarlM W. Stone, or wiiiii. SECRET ART OF INTERNAL ArFAIRS, Hon. Aaron H. Dankcl, OF PHILADELPHIA JUDGE OP SCPREME COCRT, Judge James P. Sterrett, Or ALLEGHEST. A Nabob at One End and a Tramp at the Other. There are few of the rich men of this country who can go into the past one, two, three and four or more hun dred years and find a rich ancestry. Ninety-nine per cent of the nabob class, as Mr. Dill calls them, had poor people for their ancestors, and many indeed had an ancestry in that class of people known as tramps. The great distinguishing feature of the civilization cf the Northern States is that all the channels, or avenues to business, religion, pleasure and office are open alike to all, and that is the rea son that so many poor people get rich and are nabobs, as Mr. Dill says ; ant...

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