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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 31 October 1877

smTyEL&rtEPUBLICAy JIfKUNTOMTN: TERMS. Subscription. $1J0 per annum, if paid within 12 months i S2.1H) if not paid m ithin 12 month. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local coi tion, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter rear. tEJTK'A. E. IUTIME TABLE. ON and after Monday, June 25th, 1877, passenger trains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. R. R., as follows : EASTWARD. Phila Ex., daily ex. Sunday night 12 54 a m Mifflin Ace, daily e.xcept Sunday. 6 2't a in Ascitic Express, daily ex. Monday 10 19a m Joftostown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 32 a m Mail, daily except Sunday ft 05 p ei Atlantic Express, daily. 9 10pm WrsTWAKD. I'itfeb'ft Ex , dally except Sunday 12 .18 a m Pacific Express, daily 6 a sn Way Pass., daily ,. arrives.. . ...HHMI a ui f leaves , 1 10 a iu Mail, daily except Sunday i 3 8o p in j Mifflin Acc., daily except Min...

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. — 31 October 1877

&DTICS TO BOTS. Whatever you are. be bra re, boya ! The bar 'a a oowud and alavo, bora ; Though clever at roaea And sharp excuaea. He a sneaking and pitful knave, bora ! Whatever 70a are, be frank, bora ? Tia better than money and rank, boya ; Still cleave to the right. Be lovers of light. Be open, aboveboexd, and frauk, boya ! Whatever yon are, be kind, boya ! Be gentle in manners and mind, boya ; The man pcntle in mieo. Words, and temper, I ween, la the gentleman truly refined, boya ! Bat, whatever yon are, be true, boya! Be visible tbroogb and through, boya ; Leave to others the whamming. The 'greening and irramniing. In fun and in earnest, be true, boya ! hy the Barometer Rise and Fall. First of all, what is a barometer ? It is a tube or pipe, closet at one end and ojten at the other, mide of some trans parent material, such a glass, so that it cau be seen through. This tube is filled with the melted metal called mercury, and, when quite full, the thumb is placed over the op...

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. — 7 November 1877

B. F. SCHWEIER, THE G05ST1TUTI05 THE TWIOI AID THE EIPOECEMErT OF THE LAVS. Kilitor ami Proprietor. VOL. XXXI. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1S77. NO. 45. TENiERHISS. -Not onto every heart ia Ood'a good girt Of simple tenderueea allowed ; we meet With lore inn n; fashions when we lift ' First to oar lips life's waters bitter sweet IjOTe eODM ntinn IU with MaidllHa nnw Of curbleaa la-wm and with hjWniwil1 It plan around like April's breeze sod ahower. ur caun nowa, a rapid stream, and still It cornea with nleeeedneee to the heart That welcomes it aright, or bitter fate! It wrings the bosom with so fierce a smart That love, we err. ia era. lr than hi And then, ah bp, when love has ceased to bless. our broken hearts cry out for tenderness. We long for tenJernea. like that which hong Ab mt ns lviug on oar mother's breast ; A nellish feeling that no pen nor tongoe Can praim aright, since silence sings it beet. A love, as far removed from pass ou's beat As fr...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 November 1877

3ENTLNEL & REPOBLICAfl MIFFLLNTOWfi. tfednciday, MoVr T, 187T. B. F. SUHWEIER, iwroa asn raoranroa. Sincb !ar JclJ, a stead; stream has turned ID from the over populated towns, and districts, tj the free blessed virgin soil of tbe West. Thousands upon thousands bsve gone West and staled out homes for themselves there, thus preparing tbe way for their owo future comfort, happiness and inde pendence, aud at the same tiu lifting as it were a portion of the load off tbe loo thickly settled districts from whence they moved. The thinning out of tire surplus population, and their making of borne for themselves, will in five or fix yesrs set the country again com pletely on its feet. A few years ago the land resound e.l with the louil denunciations of the Democracy North and Sonth against the Republican part j for Toting land grants to railroads. Now they are . .J...?, at..-,, ojuciieiu ruciuc ivuuwu uui, iiutt eLeiiu3 guveiuiuenuu am ; sou iuus. step by step, after great denuncia tion ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 November 1877

SQT'r T, Wit. TERMS. gibscriptlon, $l.fiO per annnm, ir paid witti" 12 niotiilia; t2.00 ir not paid within j2 months. yraunem itunriiiciucuu inserted at oo l.fc f..r Transient business noticea in local col- ! eran, if " eacn insertion. i Deductions will he made to those desiring I U advertise or me year, hair or quarter vear. PKffK'A. E. RETIME TABLE. V and after Monday, Jane 5th. 1877, passenger trains will leave Mifllin Su- 'iun,F.R.K.,asrollows, , , SasrwAM. BlitHin Ace, daily except Sut.dav, o 2 a to Pacific Expr..dite ex. Monday 10 l'Jam Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 32 a iu I .. oiiuu.. ........ Atlantic Express, daily. 9 10 p iu j WL'STWABD, -H- 1.-. J P ammay UMimi. 1. C jl.Il ...An , -41 . a' . , - "... C,ttC d,lll-V .... amvri I ii mi n . f IV I ' H ill Mail, daily except Sand ty 3 Sj p in , Mitflin Acc., daily except fcumUy, 8 isi p m LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Turkey hunters. Squirrels are plenty. Indian summer next. Come to the Institute. Mexico has a brass band. Hominy a...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 7 November 1877

FILLING mm One by one they fell and fade. Soma in the sunshine, not in the shade ; Some in the bright and glowing noon, Rome 'neath the oold and quiet moon. One whirleth here, one falleth there. Till the ground it covered, the bough ia bare. 80 every field and path reoeiTes Thi ae fading, falling, dying leaves." "One by one we fall and fade. Some in the sunshine, eome in the shade. Home in the bright, unclouded light. Some in the cold and quiet night. One mourneth here, one parte th there. Till the soul is weary, the heart is bare ; 80 every field and path receives These fading hearts, these dying leaves. " Women In Russia. In the diverse conceptions of women's claims and functions encountered up and down the scale of ranks in Kussia, we have the most decisive proof of the moral dualism between the crust of refinement and culture superposed by Catherine II. and the organic structure of old Muscovy. As regards the liijth society of St. Petersburg!), or even the middle grades of the n...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 November 1877

p. B. F. SCHWEIER, THE COIfSTITUTIOl THE TJJIOI-AID THE EBTOEOEMEHT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXI. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1S77. NO. 46. 1 OUR OWN. If I had known in tha morning How wearily ail the day The worda nnkind Would trouble my mind, I sad when I went away, I had been more careful, darling. Nor given you heedless pain ; lint we Tex "our own With look and tone We may never take back aga'n. For though in the quiet evening I mar give you the ktea of peace. Ytt it might be That never for me The pa n at the heart e'ould cease. How many go forth in the morning Tiiat never ccme home at night'. And hearU have been broken By han-h words spoken, Tliat Borrow can ne'er set right We have careful thought for the stranger. And smiles for the somebme guest. But oft for "our own" The Litter tone. Though we love "our own" the be t. Ah. lipe with curae impatient ! Ah. brow with that look of acorn ! Twere a cruel fate Were the night too late...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 November 1877

" I t . 0 SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MtFPLlNTOWN. Wednesday, Mat'r 14. 1T; B. F. SUH WE I ER, " EDITOR AXD raoraitTou.' Sexatox Cosxxtra and a Bomber of other Republican Senators seem to be ou the vergs of oats with President Haves as to the manner of appoint ments. The question of appointing to office is the question that troubles Seuaturs.- Unless the Republican ' which Rev. E E Berry, of the Loth Senators can become a unit on the "TV "d P""""" of 3rd .. . . . . . . I and 4th chapters of the book of Pro. qu.-stion of appomtarent, and act as Terb. ...d delivered . r...e tuch' on all questions that relate thereto;- it will be poor diplomacy to fall out with the President, for in that event the Democratic Senators, with the Republican Senators that adhere ft ftttA Pvaei,7ani wilt rtunfi mi oil I ... . . . , . , 1 ol the appointments sent w from the. AVhite House, and the very thing that the Senator 8 object to will be brought about by their own acta. Discretion, gentlemen, discretion....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 November 1877

FVTLVEL& REPUBLICAN JjfFLINTOWN : '" TERMS. Ssbseription, $l.M fWr annum, If paid wilt 12 monfts ; If not paid within 2 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cent per inch for ch insertion. Transient business notice! in local col on, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to tboie desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter PENN'A. B. EJIME TABLE. ON and after Monday, June 25th. MfT, passenger trains will leave Miffiin Sta tion, P. K. R., as follow. : tiSTWABD. Phila Ex., daily ex. Suuday sight 12 &4 a m Mifflin Ace, daily except Sunday, 3 2 a ni Pacific Express, dsily en. Monday 10 19a ni Johnstown Ex., daily c. Sunday 11 32 a m Mail, daily except Sunday '.. 6 06pm Atlantic Express, daily. '. 9 10 g ni wtiriin. PitUb'g Ex . dailv exceot Sunder Ulftim! Pacific Express, daily 5 5 a m ! Wav Pa., daily $ rr,ve lOWam ; 'leaves 10 10 s m . Mail, daily except SmfiaVi 3 35 p m i Mtfllin Acc., daily except Sunday, 8 ij pm ' m. i LOCAL ISTELLIG...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 14 November 1877

MTSTERT. What ia Una in a golden cue. Holding its little band np to its ho. Ooing tick-tick, tick-tick, tick-tick -tick. Never too alow and never t X) quick ? ' Hold it np to the baby's ear ! Tick-tick-tick does the baby bear? Life lies for him in a golden caee ; The world ia a strange and beantif ul place ; (hi the border-land of eternity. He sweetly wonders what time mT be ; For, eh at in a watch's narrow rim. It ia only a tick-tick-tick to him. Amenity berwrea Political Opponent. It Is certain that one of the most effec tive weapons which can be used in politics, or Indeed on any stage in which men meet in rivalry and colli sion, is amenity. Not only the man who does not lose his temper usually has the best of the argument, but be who goes further, who seems to willingly admit the strength of his adversary, who com pliments his adversary's plea, and con veys the Impression that he is meeting a foejian worthy of his own ste 1, sets forth with a signal advantage in his favor. To ad...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 November 1877

ffiSQl'll?- K(sHB1' BUI ; Jil ; Si if i B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CWTSTITTinOS-THi; USIOJ-AID TEE EfPOSOEMEIT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXI. MIFFLIMWX, JUNIATA COUNTY, FENNA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1877. NO. 47. T0-X0RR0W. The setting sun, with dying beams. Had waked the purple hill to fire, . And citadel and dome and spire Were gilded by the far-off gleam ; And in and oat the pine trees crept - Fall many a slender line of gold ; Odd metes athwart the river swept. . And kuwed it aa it onward rolled ; And snnUght lingered, loth to go. Ah ! we1, it cause th sorrow To part from those we love below ; And yet the sun aa bright shall glow To-morrow! The t do was ebbing on the strand. And stooping low its stiver crest ; Tbe crimson seaweed lay at rest rpon the amber-ribbed sand ; Dashed o'er the rocks and on the sani Flnng parting wreaths of pearly spray. Then fled away? yet tnrned ones more Kui sent a sigh across the bay. As though it could cot bear to go. Ah ! well, it cu-eth...

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. — 21 November 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN AllFFLlNTOWN. vTedaesday, Nov'r 91, ISYT. B. F. SUIIWEIER, cnrroa Mxb raoraiEToa. At a recent caucus of Republican Scuktbrs, held at Washington, it was resolved to not break with the Pretri dent That was the advice of Sena tor Morton a week before he died. Wise advice, for on the question of appointments the President holds the situation, and as to the ability of rallying the party under the cry of the Bloody Shirt, it can not b done now. Nothing but a series of new outrages will arouse the people on the question. So, taken all in all, it ib wisdom to stand by the Presi dent The President is a good Re publican, has never been anything else. To fall out with him because times and circumstances are not what they were five years ago, is to display great folly. The Democracy recog nize the progress of events. They we changing with the times and cir cumstances. They should not be al lowed to beat the Republicans in the arts of diplomacy. Cut the Presi dent, and ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 November 1877

SEMISES & REPUBLICAN jflFFLINTOWN : we MTr at, lgrer. "7" TERMS. Snbecription, $1.50 per annum, IT pud within 12 months ; $2.00 if not paid within 5 months. Transient advertisement inserted at 60 cents 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 tear. PEEK"' A. E. ETIME TABLE. OV and arter Monday, June 25th, 1877, pasae-jger trains will leave Mifllio Su tton, P. R. K., as follows : EASTWARD. PMla Ex., daily ex. Sunday night 12 54 a m Mifflin Ace, daily except Sunday, V 2 1 a ui Pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 10 19 am Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 2 a m Mail, daily except Sunday... 6 05 p m Atlantic Express, daily. .... 9 10pm WEBTWaaD. Pitt b'g Ex , daily except Sunday 12 38 a m Pacific Express, dailv., 0 5a in Way Pass., daily $ " J ) leaves 10 10 a iu Mail, daily except Sunday 3 35 p tu Mifflin Ace, daily except Sunday,...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 21 November 1877

' "THREE EVE5INGS AJTO 05E AITEMOOH. Three evenings and out af ternoon And Ibis n all her life too know ; And after hopes and fears and woe Three evenings and one afternoon. She hardly dreamed of noons to be. She neTer thought of evening spent ; She treasured moau nts as the; went The moments of the fatal three. And that afiernoon the air Seemed sweeter and the a tin more bright ; The lake wa h.d in golden Ugbt , And all was glory, everywhere. O cruel hours to pan so soon ! She wondered, ss she felt the bliss. Could Paradise be more than this Three CTeuings and one afternoon. Good Words. Autumnal Tints. It is very curious to observe the regularity with which we are told in in the autumn that" the first frost will change the color of the leaves," w here as the frost has nothing to do with the change. It has. indeed, sometimes happened in New England that the foliage has changed, as if by magic, in a single night, so that, upon looking out of the window in the morning, the the eye was...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 28 November 1877

B. F. SCHWEIER, THE C05ST1T U TlOlT THE USIOI-AID TEE EHTOEOOIEST OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXI. MIFFLINTOTVX, JUNIATA COUNTY, PEXXA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1877. NO. 48. SONG. I know not if moonlight or starlight B soft on the 1 nd and the sea, I catch but the near light, the far light, Of eye that are burning for me ; Ther scent of the night, of the rosea, M t burden the air for thee. 8re t, 'Tu ouly tne breath of the aighing I know, aa I lie at thy feet. The winds may be aobb'ng or ainging. Their touch may be ferrent or cold. The night belle may toll or be ringing. I cire not. while thee I enfold ! The feast may go on, and the music Be acatteiej in ecataay round Thr whwper. -I loe thee! I lore thee!" Hath flooded my eool with its sound. I think not of time that is flying. How short is the hoar I hare won, How near is this living to dying. How the shadow still follows the sun ; Th-re is naught upon enth. no desire. Worth a thought, though 'twere had by a sign i l...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 28 November 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN. VTedaetdaj, Iffov'r SS, ISTT. li. F. SClIWEIER, EDITOR AMD riOPBICTOR. Senators Patterson. Conover, and Davis Vote with the Democrats in the United States Senate. Political circlet of tbe country bare been in a whirl of agitation siuce last Thursday. Tbe came of the agitation U found in the action of three United States Senator. Tbe Senators are Patterson, llepob lican, of South Carolina ; Conorer, Re publican, of Florida ; Davis, Indepen dent, with Republican inclinations, from Illinois. Tbe action that caused tbe agitation was, that on last Thursday Patterson, Conover and Davis voted with tbe Dem ocratic Senators, on motions that tend to tbe admission of BuUer, of South Car olina, to a seat in the United States Senate. Bailer's case, or tbe question of bis admission was in the bands of a com mittee. Tbnrman moved that tbe com mitlee be discharged from tbe further consideration of tbe claims of Mr. Butler. A motion was quicklj made to table Tb...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 28 November 1877

tfKTgfl. & REPUBLICAN JJIFFLINTOWN : ireaesdar, Xov'r 28, 1STT. TElhlS. Subscription, $1J0 per annum, if paid within 12 month! ; $2.00 if not paid within 12 months. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notice in local col nmn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter rear. PEKS'A. B. ILTIME TABLE. ON and after Mondav, June 25th, 1877, passenger trains wiU leare Mifflin Sta tion, P. R. R., as foUows : KaSTWAKB. Phila Ex., daily ei. Sunday night 12 M am Mifflin Ace, daily except Sundav, 6 25 a m Pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 10 19 am Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 32 a m Mail, daily except Sundav 6 05 p ui Atlantic Express, daily.! 3 lOp iu WESTWaSD. PitUb'g Ex , dally except Sunday 12 33 a m Pacific Expresa, daily.,, 5 5 a m Way Pai,s., daily 5 mrnv"' 1 0 w J ) leaves 10 10 a m Mii, aaiiy except Sunday 8 3.3 p m Mifflin Ace, daily excep...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 28 November 1877

AGRUTLTUftaL. Droughts and Pwwtso. The fol lowirg tliongiit" are eugett-d by the agricultural editor of the Charleston yeic. who commend to farmers the propriety of experimenting co'iBtantlv, ami alwayii noiiug carefully the result of t heir experiment?, and as frequently publish them. But by not so doing we are of little aid to each other, and every one is dependent upon his own experi ence, which is of little benefit because be ean never anticipate with certainty what will be the result of his experi ence. For instance, at certain stages of the growing crops if a severe drought should occur, ii is always a question whether cultivation should continue or ceae. lie ailils: 'During the past season wc hi a few acres of late corn that was about shoul der liijrh on the 19ih of July, when it received a thoroughly soaking rain. Ai.out thel-tof August It was well plowed and hoed. No rain has fallen on it from the IStli of Jul y to this day, (3rd of September) the question with us was, shou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 December 1877

1 &?( : . . glllll if B. F. SCIIWEIER, THE OOSSTITUnOI-THE TJSIOI-AFD TEE Or0B0EZ5T OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. li s : VOL. XXXI. MIFFLINTOAVN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1877. NO. 49. Dew little teacup, OL! my rare wee cap, Work of Celestials ! yon mint be divine ; Tea noone drauk in Porcelain of Nankin So fit to rank in Richer ceramic collection than mine. Those curious blue marks. Not sham, bat true marks. Trove von are nearly fire centuries old ; In your young beanty rerhapa you did brew tea For the King Chaty, Itobed. like the sun, in a mantle of gold. Where is his charmer ? Who would dare harm her. She who ruled over the ruler of meu ? Bat in the places Which knew her graces She left no traces They hare forgotten their fair denizen. She was not brittle. Frail perhaps a Utile. Why is she m ssing, and you here to-day t Say by what token Von are unbroken ? Patent to no ken Is the distinction for both are of clay. onnnnnnnnnnnnoB Jenny's Faith. "You...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 December 1877

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. ffedaesday, Dec'r 5, Itst. B. F. SCIIWEIEK, emtob asd raorairroa. Message of President Hayes. The extra session or Congress came to an Mid, and the ref otar session began on Hon day. President Hayes scot in a message, as is usual on such occasions. Ths massvge treats of affairs or the South, restates tbe President's course relative to South Carolina and Louisiana, and main tarns that he is right and Constitutional in all that he has done, and that tbe effect of his policy has been most beneflchtl, giving pesca and credit to the country. Tbe President believe in a gold and sil ver currency. He declares that peace exists between the United States and all other nations. Tbe placing of troops along the Mexican border is not a menace of war, but simply a mea sure to render life and property along the border sore secure. On the question of Civil Service he stands a before, quoting tbe Cincinnati platform and bis letter of acceptance. He does not desi...

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