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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 27 July 1864

r THE Ktl'UULlUAXN. v te 3 1 4 Out ytnr if paid in ailranca, " " ipo'd irilAin lh yrnr, j. ' " if not pniil u-itliin (lie ytnr, ft 1 i J5 m. - ' 1 - -- j " THE NEWS. ) The lalost dates from Gon. Giant' army fie (o IliO S31 inst. Nothing beyond fkitnindilrg bud taken place I he tioge r.r r.irrvl.ur-. r.rrrtk;.,n.l 1v. r digging being pet formed by detttiU of a' " . i . ' , . . .... . .....: .-n.l. r r .... Hu.u ecI1Com- pny every mght. Several important i... nfpnn,in,.. t i . t eunnfciB vi tuijia tumuiniHif rs nave taken . ... tiiace, rmt-aving aorae.anu cbttngtng oth- urs itidicating some trouble in the militu-! jj bousehold. J The late rebel raider into Maryland! atom to nave madagood their escnpe, with j erly all their plunder. The rei.oru of . lie defeat of a portion ofibem, the killing mi capturing of 3C0. nnd the recapture cf 200 wagons, is nearly all moonthino. jTiiO raiders were overtaken, when they J turned some sixty wagons, and a Jlbt . Arn.lirrotl lA nTt Hav nt SniUr'i fl...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 27 July 1864

new rinBi. MCI AL FACTION IMIOCLA AflU Vicffy. GREAT EXCITEMEK'T ur WHEREAS, The Governor or tlio Common wealth of Pennsylvania, under the great Seal of the State, has issued the following writ of Election i To KnwAim Pkkks, Esq., Sheriff of tho county of i Clearfield, sends Greeting : Wkkiikah, A Joint Refutation propn ing cer tain amendments to tho Constitution of tills Com uioDwenllh, which are in follows, vis : I " There fbull bo nn additional section to tho third article df the Constitution, to be designated us iretion f ur, as follows, viss Portion 4. Whenever any of the qualified electors of tliif Coiniiioiinenltb ahull be In any no tunl military eervico under a requisition of tho President of the l:uitol Slates, or by authority of this Commonwealth, such elector mny cxerciso tho right f sulVrugo in nil elections by tho eitl 70ns under Mich reirulntions n uro or fhull bo pre scribed by law, as fully r.s if they were present at their usual plnoc of elections. I " There ehnll b...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 3 August 1864

lMV If jf )fV IT t TfJftl j. D. W. MOOflE, Editor and Proprietor. it VOL. XXXVWIIOLE NO. Stltttti UfldriT. A PRAYER I.-OR l'EACIi Gir ui peace la our'tlme, 0 lor J, From the desolating swori, ' from tb devastating fire from wicked mcna'deiire I Passionate, sonsoless, proud, The teachers of the crowd Disturb the sorrow fill air, Crying "Strike I and do not ipare I" The preachers of thy Word, Untrue to the trust conferred. Defile Thy temple gate With the l.aspliomios of hate. The eyci of our young men glow1 At the wild War trumpets blow, And thoir hands drip crimson With the blood of thsir brethren slain. "More blood!" the old men urge, Ai i the tides of battle aurgo 'Tis sweet for our country to die 1 "More blood !" the women cry. And they go, the brave and strong, For a right that may be wrong, To feed the greedy tomb With their beauty and their bloom ; To rodden the rolling flood, To fatten the earth with blood, And poison the air's pure breath With the charnel wreck of death , Fro...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 3 August 1864

and provcntod ty tho policy and incapa city of our rulers. JiCSldO 1110 rOVlblOU Ul our uuiuriuu policy and the restoration of constilu tior.nl principles llierein. tho groat objects to which wo look, arc, the conclusion of tho war and the just determination or tho oiieHtiona connected thcrowilh. The bur Wen of this codIchI has become intolerable. ratieiiLO has been exhibited by tho pooplo of the United States to the utmost extent ,,f fuibearanoe. They were told tho war would hut but sixty days; they were told tho South wa not united ; they hove been ill rnm limit . I'.llWf.st. HOW II10I6 than three years in duration, by promises Wkdnksday Mokninu,:::::::::Ai;uit o. of speedy Buceess ; tliey have been tow to ; . 1 trust and applaud military chieftains who j ftiiJioCKATIC COUNTY TIC HUT. wore afterwards retired from service, and j denounced ami calumniated by tuoso who j ron silKltlFF, THE DUTY OF THE HOUR. Enough is now known of the ponce such condition, lie Las no moro right He so ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 3 August 1864

6$e Jlcarfitlb jjOtcpublieait, THE DUTY OF THE HOUR. Enough U now known or the ponce and prorenled ly tho policy and incapa-1 city of our rulers. Jleside the revision of our domestic policy and the restoration of comttitu tional principlei therein, tho great objects to which we look, are, the conclusion of the war nnd the just determination of the iiuesliona connected therewith. The bur .ten of this coolest haa become intolerable. Patience has been exhibited by tho people of Hie United States to the utmost extent of foi bearance. They were told the war would lust but sixty days; they were told tha South was not united ; they Lave been .If.ln.l,..! ilirnnc limit llit nontext. HOW mote than three years in duration, by promises Wednesday MonNlxa,:::::::::AuoU8T 3. Greeley, with deeming eagerness and sin of speedy success j Uiey nave noun iuij 10 . ... . trust aud ppplaud military chieftains who DliMOCltATIC COUXTY TICKIiT. wore afterwards retired from service, and denounced and calumni...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 3 August 1864

,u ..w,,. JWSJSXiaO. ' ' ..:.VT4 7r ""li'rtT V i , ?lin$of ,ho Central Democrats fjBJNEtOAV1::::::::::::::::AfOfbT3,l!!0i.,tlub, of Clearfield county, hold at their r:trrrr- ! m Ottilia S2."vfcl ffnt ymr if paid tn adianrv, " " if paid wilkin the yrnf, ' "if mil jwitf it Uhin Iht jtnr. $1 60 l 75 THE NEWS. be .,n,l f.Vn ftrnnf n T..-.. Clh ult., UoofGrabt'a corps crossed j iue iunu iub ui iue unmcH river, on ; ittloon bridges, when this movement 0 discovered by th enemy a vlgoroua' "iC" iackwaa made upon tho Union forces, 'J, , iowereunpreparodforilattholimcuut ey buuii miiifu, uia enemy repulsed ro'iucm onjectg should be made to yield ib tho loss of four cuns ond about sixtv i t0 i,s al'ainnjent. isoner- ThoaeponnLnv. Unsolved, That we folomnly protest MonerS 1 ho account . nys.thoUo corps ngnin8l nnJ utterly repudiate all Cas .cceeded iu crossing tho James and there at variance (herewith, 'and denounce Tho trenching. On Saturday morning last manifesto of Abraham Lincoln addressed ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 3 August 1864

RETALIATION. Our readers, have renJ the account of the burning of the resilience cf tlio pres ent Governor Bradford of Maryland, ' near Baltimore, during tho laterrbel raiJ. j The following loiter from ex Governor MUSLINS Letcher of Virginia explains why thin uct DELAINKS of apparent vandalism was committed, ''g The only diflorenco in tho proceeding iu ' ' j RICHARD HOSSOP, BEAM EH FOREIGN and DOMESTIC GOODS at at at at Simation Sensation Sensation Suisntion prices prices prices pricei the two cases teems lo bo llitit the rebels permitted Mrs. Bradford, and her foniala CHINTZ ' : ., ,,,,; i TRINTS nno, ic, 4e., while, if ex-Governor Letch er is to be believed, Gen. Jlnnler peremp torily refused all overtures of tho kind : - A ust received at MOSSOFS'. GINGHAMS at Sensation rr'0, at Sensation ut Sensation GLOVES at Sensation CRAVATS . at Sensation at MOSiiOPS Sonsation prioes Sensation prices Sensation NEW FIRM. CARLISLE & CO, DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, GEO CERIES...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 10 August 1864

D. W, MOOEE, Editor and Proprietor VOL. XXXViWHOLE NO. jjinjtl Jj0ttrjf. For the Pepublioan. MY SISTER HAS LEFT ME. hi W. W. WiSOBlRNH. y i her dost Ih.ne own pure spirit dwell ? v. (VIl U eg,,,, UU1,U(r jjny J Oh ! you, my dear iter, nave jone from my sigh t, ou, with whom 'twas my fondest delight To laugh like the sunshine, to rauibU and play, To mingle our hearts on a calm tuminer day. It seems but a moment time spoeds along Since Death suatch'd tliee from life's busy throng j let months have elapsed since dth iu h... liUL whAFA rlkA. ; .... 1 , . , J away, Aod thou can'st day. not rctura on calm lammor The Bowera of summer hare faded and gone, And the sweet birds from our bowers hive flown, The leaves of the forest have fell to doeay, But again they will greet us on a calm 'miner a ay, All fair things bad faded when you sunk to your When you flew to your God -to your homo with the bloit; When your soul took its flicht to Hoaren .... w here it shines in its glory on a culm summer...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 10 August 1864

git inrficfo $t it, How the People Feel. euin 11.6 people are told by Mr, Lincoln, Tl.o following extract from a letter ro that'tho object oi the war is not for the cn- ceived a few day sinco from one of our forcement of tlie law, ami a restored subscriber, indicate, very clearly the state Union but for the ' 'abandonment or .la- of feeling that just now animates the very "and demand another ha' million ot mindt of thinking and intelligent men : wen to aid him in ii. accomplishment. Theabu.es and tyranny of old Federal tPlMill -J t a via tjw.- THE WAR NEWS. 30,000 Militia Called for. iu uuijr ud tyi a "MHr.ClEiii O rowan Ak,fUi. 'hi In view of these lacts, theu, we say it is 1 Sheridan lioa been assigned 'the Upper Potomac. , , , , - July SOtb, 1861 UkivtuMi Annuel A .Hpnornl (IranL' X aa in Washimrton yesterday on military ?au i.hCBU?u: r..!n l,n. S.un.l lh fnllnwino 1..7-:' V, , V ' - s rn ' ' ' ' . ,! . rroclamntion, and accompanying order:, I IU Inn relumed to the army iue frco....

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 10 August 1864

THE REPUBLICAN. hVED.NKScAV,:::::;:: " " if pad trithtti tht year, " " tfnot jiaid triMin tin year, 2 00 Vnfa nfi ttia A h . j a. .. . I r TtiSn -0 ?fl0 ConT ; PROTEST AVOW 10, 1S04. f The following h the caW vote on the ' rTt'"nCt ,p ;proPoBed amendment, to the State Con-! W 11'., TgiZ Biuuuon : uurmeuea with taxks to defray the exueusce of ille "I Holire.-By Divino permission, the Rov. T. Van f-coyoc will preach in tbo Baptist church In thii place o" Sabbath, (August Hth) at 11 o'clock n "o ruoimng, ar.d nt Curwensville in I . ELECTION DISTRICTS 1 o oe I 1 :' the evening. .. i la ouciio. The public a ro respectfully invited j5occ ana Meeting ! ! SXi r I 1. lil?cnp llfll art... -l.l.t. .1 , . WoOIIl ,,.... "mvu no uecra oi sttcn ii, I- Jlmpornnca ai to require tho assembling of-ho 'uril8lda ,(iio 01 ine cosnty, opposed to tbo Despotie - tnd Hevolutionary policy of tbo present National CUarfieid JmmlslratioD, to meat In ; Covin L'ton . Cvrwensville Decatur - Ferguson - Fox - - . (ii...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 10 August 1864

SOMETHING SUBSTANTIAL IN LUMBER CITY ! JOHN LI. SPENCER, HAS recently opened a Shop In Lumbar City, whur he U now prepared o manufacture ALL KINDS OF TIN, SHEET IRON, it COP r Eli- WARE. RICHARD LIOSSOP, I ? i HB UN FOREIGN and DOMESTIC GOODS A full supply of manvfaeturid war conttantly on Hand. MUSLINS DELAINES COBURGS ALPACAS t at fit st Sensation Sensation Sensation Sensation GINGHAMS CHINTZ 'prints G LOVES CRAVATS Lumbermen can be supplied with RAFTING STOVKS of which he intend keeping a upply. .SHAWLS Order for pooling, roofing, Ac, respeetfully 1 p,()N N ETS solicited. Repairing promptly attended to. At COLORED I ni iwvuua Keeping uuue out luo oral 01 won men, the people way rely 01 substantial work. Storekeeper and dealer tupplied at roaaouabi rat 01. Call at the Subttantiul Tin Shop and aee fur yourselves. JOHN M. srKNCER, March 2, 1861-tf. Just received at M0SSOPS'. GREATEST BATTLE ON RECORDS 15,000 Killed nndWoundcd, and WOO taken Prisoners! WITH CAMP EQUIPAGE AND price 70...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 17 August 1864

CI .eax.fi el& fe; lisEMim D. W. MOORE, Editor and Proprietor. vht vwtii i...... . . v aaa v i v HOLE NO. i . . t ftluhb 11 ff e f r tr from the 1'blUJelphia Age. LINED riled to Alrtham Lincoln vpo , p,vcJ1I..rt utun9 apart Auguit ilk, im, a, a day fathng, liumilwtio and I'roytr." ' Jrs mce peace this people blest a iruiuui laoor and Willi bounteous net; M Eabbath bslis, that oiled tho land to pray jte tbe sweet stillness of tbe summer air, (11 our border! o'er, from year to year, Weber murie broke upoa tbe ear the broad grain fieldj r the Northern '. plaint i prosperous farmers drove tbgir loaded wains (fair savannas uf the Eoathern land sncd with tbe tillago of tbe nogro's band isimplo negro, laboring with the light, 1 cheering with the dance hi happy night I faithful heart waa to hie muter bound, ( thougit had he beyond bit daily roud'i simple duties all unskilled to know it he njio fed bioi whi hit foe ! age to our souls were battle 'j dread alarms, r old tuoQ had heard tha ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 17 August 1864

Mxiidh D. W. MOORE, Editor and Proprietor. 70L. XXXVI.-WIIOLE Na7s2a Prom the Philadelphia Ago. "9 apart Au9u,t ilh, im, a, a f siiny, JIumtlwtwn and i'raytr." s Iruttrul labor and with bounteous rest: Sabbath bulls, that oiled ths lanl to praj. tbe tweot stillness of the iQiumer air, all our borders o'er, from tear to year, arther ruurie broke upon the ear I the broad grain field of the Northern plain , prosperous furmcri drove thoir loaded wains iir savannas if the Southern land Md with tbe tillago of the negro's band rimplo negro, kborlaf with the light, I cheering with the dunce bit happy night faithful beurt was to bis matter bound, thought bad he beyond his daily roud'J knple duties all uD.killeJ to know i be njio fed hiui iu hit foe I "y to onr souls were battle's dread alarms, i old men bad heard th clash of arms, thai In wars thut made nod kept ui free all tbe States were One for Libert. watched the peaceful summers como air1! wane, Writing fulness of the gulden grain larke...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 17 August 1864

MiAND RALLY OF Unparalleled Demonstration fltPVMFV lawns the humblest citizen in tho land, tho scopo of which it was supreme, that la tLc execution of tl.olnw tho I'reKidcnt Uie control of all thing not granted to con oluiuiour obedience, uutwlicnover no iuo ruci.. J "- trnnscends the limits of tho law. snid Mr. lion remained m the Stales and people, mand, nnd no heartiest conscription, was necessary. iW'I'ti 1 1 1 o t the subsequent abandon ment of these purpof.es Ly Congress and riUCI3 AMI UNITY." H..I have as much right to command him that under this system we existed ns a t he l iesulenl, mi destrucled the people of as ho has to command mo; but disobedi- government or law, with thenghis .lut.es t ho North ia to make conscription and ence to law on his part is a much graver of- and powers of the ruler clearly defined, draft the only mean to hll up our deplo- v s .. i . . : 1 rrntic Ending Committee.tho largest con- fence ihnndisobedienceon the part ofapri- and that the duty of th...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 17 August 1864

THE UEPL'BLICAN. u.lv.XI).Y friMur 17 KiU iu.juy VK.usr 17, lbol 0itf ynr paid m wli-oiicc, , H ijj,aitl within the year, ' " " i) not paid within the year, V so 1 74 2 UU , Vv..".. . u.wbii..it.i,. iug im Latc insist on the 8th Scntenibrr n, . , , , eday lor tlie meeting of tho Convention. Irtow of the meeting oflhe China o ii ii i ... i. ... ... . ju ueiegatus ueem ii impolitic that two el. important astenibla rtwml.l ,, r , " - ww ill 1 BO rlnnfl fftrVA'llnf ll T ,. .v.mvi, uuu luiiuuiu vuu's h Elk.-n hich we hopo will bo datsifac- ry to our friend, of Erio and Warren, CuAStiB or SciiEucLE.-Tho ens now ar e at Thilipsburg at 11 o'olock, A. M., nl leave at 3.60 P. M, fcaTTurmers, lumbermen, school teach- ft, and the publio generally should read' ur new auvertifiemotjls. Enrollment and Quota I Clearfield rouuty under tho cull of July IS, IStil, fur iUO.OOO men. mi Dit. n 73 !. 74 Town or bvr. 2o. en'Ll. Quota, 2i 21 in 21 39 20 21 Si 21 S4 24 17 4 11 11 21 13 1 1 13 14 19 2 1J S 12...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 17 August 1864

r v S1EGI1 TO A IIUSBAKP. There ii one reason which make all i voting wivtii prteUgainnt boarding, I aii.linfist upon keeping house Apart J from lon uro of ownership, the now :liAnii7 ft: A ilcli.tful cures which aro th- prcdni rivilcgoa oftho novel1 n ,ition, keeping honso ulibrd.i ft . ... tor u system of matrimonial nij .uemeni to completo ami yet so sluiplo. tiat every woman can avail hjfe'l'oi it. JIju arc tho crcaturof thfirbtomuh?. A tltcf good or ill hn-! woi, which n yontig wife tries in vain to nicount lor, is generally referallo to a well or badly digested! nu'i1.' A pu!':y rtfiiBfll to hand out' the smallest amount of "change," may j bo tr .ceil to heavy, or suleratuscake,1 or to muddy eolfee ; an olstinato tic- lornxnation not to get tickets lor mo of era or WallackV, to tho tough chick en a dinner, or to tho cbsenco'of des eel t ; u blam oftho door, and protract ed :.i.iy fit home during the evening, to the htless nejloct of the particular kind of eaueo which his lords...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 24 August 1864

"saw D. W. HOOBE, Editor and Proprietor. ' VOL. XXXVI. WHOLE NO. i (Original !octrj. r For tbo Clearfield ltopublicnn. I ODE TO CI.HAKl'llCLD. S BY WILLIS VT. WASIlBClt.f. . j tright waters of ClcnrfieU, flow on to your goal, r mo lie broad river your clear waters roll ; i Onward! move onward, pant woodland and Ira, tlbrougU valleys flow gently thy waters are tree, , Ftal filmtly, slowly throagh valleys of green, i Yi hero the wild roso and lilly in tboir fragrance aro ccn ; fVluro t-ily tbe warblers carol In tboir gloe : softly down by thorn thy waters are fret. ''Ilb. mountains looh downward upon your smooth ' breast, Xu the fair garb of itunmcr is ornately drossod ; s lireeu loaves hi their beauty float o'er each proud tree : , TIow onward bonimia them thy waters are freo. ' let yourerystalinoWavolots r. fleet tbo brigbtray ' That spoils on ycur bosom cajh fair niiamtr day; like a mirror of silver return to tlio troo . its shado-towera vf beauty thy wntera ai frco. "Flow onward p...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 24 August 1864

S-Jt li,uficlb JJtpublitan. . -T. A' .1 .... it- lvJ- THE NEWS. There June been several impoilanl mili tary movements tince our lust imjuo, re sulting, however, in nothing of 11 decisive 'character. (J runt 1ms taken position on t lie north sidu of tho J nines river, which DUMOCK.VTIC lOUNI'V Tit ivirr. F03 KIIKltlKF, n'rwt A I.' !'T iS I 'iii.iviicvlll.. rOR COUNTY CuMMlSMONF.H, COS UA1) UAKKLI, uf Knox Up r T l'tin lUTltirp AT70UNKY, Kdii county Ai;ni rcit, ('. EVANS, of.riko tovnsliit. vou couonou, IttiliY W. PA15KF-, of Clearfield. TllK COMERCSCE AT KllCW -U". Wo T0- "ct to learn that tho Conferees, Revenue Decisions. Chicago, May 30, 18fi4. Dear Pir : I have a cuso of this kind in my district, und several other cases, in volving tlto annio principle, among our most intelligent and 1'esponsihlo citizens. A poison, Homo twenty years n(.'0, pur chased ft piece of land at a cost of one thousand dollars, ami sold about one-fifth of it (that of the least value) hist year, for twenty ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 24 August 1864

THE REPUBLICAN. jffcDNEKDAY, :::::::At'orsT 21, 10 Dnt WW it' P"l ''ni . , . I " " if puid vilhin tha year, I if not paid Kilhia the year, ' " Ecclesiastical. Bv divine ipenuisslun lerament of the Lord a Supper will bs ndmlnis nl. in the Evangelical Lutheran Church n jiarfiold borough, on Sabbath 'August 23, 1SC4, mcufing U0 o'clock in tho rorenoon. Bey. fit. Height, of Tyrone, will officiate. All UtUn. arc cordially invited to participle in i .ulemnitiei of the day. Tho rulisioua exor- mi connected with tho occasion will bci?iu on . HdT cvcninir rrovloua. f I 1 . L' . . .. 'I'l . . , . Adjoi uned Sale. The Orphans' Court je of the Real Fjitnto of John Nartzog, : iKarthaus township, haa been adjourned ) btu the 23d of August until the 23d of Sptember next. r iIsiiROVEUESiis-. Atnpng the recent irn tovemcnls in our flourUhing borough, j je thoso now making on tho Catholic lurch, under the supervision of Father1 dutch, ur l.H i . rJ'i Cd tO Ft uo old unfinished tower, that! Fland nt t...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 24 August 1864

T1IF "RKPUULICAN." ftiuol HutiMTiptiun. li i -il ' u advance, or within thro u.cnths, $1 SO i!' tti.y time, within ihe year, - - . 1 7S If pnid ali'or the expiration of iLe year, 2 III) urriCG OS MARKET STIIKKT, CLBAHKIKI.D, I'l.KS'i. TcrniB rl" AilvtTtlsltig. Advertisements aro iutertod ia the Republican (Via fnll.iwinir ruLeri : 1 Insertion. S Jo. Ono square, (10 lines,) it) f 75 liio squares, (20 linos,) 1 00 160 Tir .nuiirod. I Sdiiuei.) 1 50 2 00 3 mantbs 8 nu's. 12 mo : i $3 50 J4 00 $7 00 . i i 4 CO 6 00 10 00 t ; 6 00 8 00 12 00 l t I 6 00 10 00 14 CO l t 8 00 12 00 IS 00 : i 14 00 20 00 85 00 Over throe weeks Anil loss ttiAti three nioathi 25 ents per squaro for cash insertion. Itii'iinsrs rstioes nit exceeding Sllnol are In sorted for J 2 a year. Advertising i not marked with fh o number of marti 'in desired, will bo continued untilforbld axd charged nocorditg ti thse terms. BIGMKD MflSSOP, l-'OKEJGJNr and DOMESTIC GOODS NEW FIH2YI. MUSLIN'S ii:laini:s COHURliS ALPACAS nt ...

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