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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 31 August 1864

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Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 31 August 1864

r.vf,"-m MAnIKI In Tyrone, August 23, 184,by Rev. John Stino, Mr. Win. Uunanlui, and Mini Ida Pick, of harthauB tu.voslup, tin. county. tvia Frpmen of Old Centre in Council ! i ' , . T i A. ,ir 7 tirtnnfintnf C, f till nv Turin AUTILLEKV FIRE. . . ... 'J': JAtSSit ' . ..... r c,i. ,rr,inD. lnnt. Z.om,. I ,lin Id t lip. III eV OUS nOUCf, IIIU tVAI. I'.n. u.tj-'M J Mills CI IhC irl - .!.,. rT liirt I inp.li.intl Ult.l'-W" -.o , .f.., V. v....& " I 1 , il.'i l' W - V ' V , 1 0 CUI PPIIUIIM-UW - . i' f ..... ... I 'niiiilu ncanin i iiil 1 ...... ' . . . . ... ..... . .....! .1 i. topnian I ni v hiivht j ijiu. ouiitierciin win. i-'iiciiituii "'"vi X I 20 wears ii. i il r 1 .Ki 1 ...... i i il.mlfu ntwul Atlnntn rroul tno in. 1. 11 orm 1 orrn.-pouuc... j i ".no reuei i-nri iitiui io tiu.i 'p . Armvof tub 1'otomac, August 21. 'nnd all tho way along the front to Lust ""VYffo 0 SfUrfrfrTrnt: It was discovered cnrly Monduy morn- jint, are of appalling strength. Iu no- flU UUUIDUUIUD. ii t...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 31 August 1864

fTHE 'REPUBLICAN. LNCOLN.-Tbe editor " isoonein JJemccrat, ignot , " I 1 WSi ,, lIllliii.o - o 11ULILU. Ufnr.7a... o.rM, 60 i.ltit;oln fchould have two terms in ollirP. For Ferguson and Penn at Lumber eit Tn T "f,,?l";'1" a "'",' ,,lt' "f I'carin township, FOREIGN A.N1 ' it l aid intlnn Ike venr. 175 In in in.mati u . , n . ... ''u ul I'Uinucr City, Y uoo- CK'avli . Id county. dcc.isu, 1 :.. ..... . yL,r 200 wo uifu tinned" Z r? t.0 S ,..,,, uf r. ; tt r.M. lhl c , it M. UU against nature. Egypt had . uZf 2 cutl MUSLINS at fcccal Disj uuh .0 tho Sunday Mercury. , Lut one term of lice, fregs, niakes, (ay- TM ut Kno? a "a"'" Pl",-,,0-r. ni1 '',He a" Pmun" - alj if DEL A 1 N ES a m Ktirnin rAvtrmt.. nnnv,inf ;n. a l...'. i.i 1 n,.( forjorunn una Knox, at Ansonville . I rulau 1 i w . ' m,. : RICHARD HOSSOP, DOMESTIC GOODS uug. 17t '61. 'St IMMENSE ATTENDANCE. , ...... .. .u. H.TDi.uim, September V. I famine and plagues for all her wickedness. , For lurwen.ville and Fike,at Curwensville,...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 31 August 1864

THE "KErUBUCAN." Terms ol Huburripnon. ..'paid In advance, orwithln three months, $1 50 f paid any time within the your, - - - 174 .f paid after tho expiration of tho year, - 2 UU ,.mccs ai:kbt sthki:t, cLiasrmLn, ifkn'a. I ruosrHOTUS. DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CAMPAIGN paper for lboi. I THE ;W0:IU D Still on a Hush NEW FIRM. FOR THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPION. Term of Advertising. I Advertisements are Inserted in tho Republican rpilE approaching Presidential election Is 1 l UIHIHUSUUIil, .'IJ w "I' illU I II JH'I Will V S do. ever IcM since the tstaUi.-tirnent of our tlovorn 2 do. $ 75 1 50 2 00 8 mo'. $4 00 (I 00 8 00 10 00 12 00 20 00 $1 00 2 00 2 50 12 wo (7 00 10 P0 12 00 14 00 15 00 Si 00 it the folio iug rates : 1 Insertion. Ono square, (10 lines,) $ 50 t wo squares, (20 lines,) 1 00 throe squares, (SOliuei.) 1 60 i months Ob Square, I : i $2 60 Twosn,uaros, : i I t I 4 00 Throo squares, I t 00 Fnnr squares, i I I I 00 'lalf a column," i t i : 8 00 n mliiran. t i I I 11 00 Over three wee...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 7 September 1864

(Ml) f u 41 1rtW Wl rpwMt if IIP 4" P. W. HOOBE, Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. WHOLE NO. The Mode iu which tho Soldiers shall Vote. The foMowi foNowing is nn abstract of tha lilt prescribing the manner in which tho Srctiox 1. Provides that whenever any of the qualified oloctors of this Common- soiuiers snail vote : nnimnn. wealth shall be in fietnnl mint.. under a requisition from tho President or C"S to and from their respective regi Governor.and consequently absent on tho ; "len,s. and may voto at ono of the eom (lay of holding general, rpecial, or presi- l)ul,y poll", 'o failure of commissioners dential elections, they shall bo entitled to I l" Vlsit regiments shall invalidate liny elcc ixercise the right of suflraga as fully as if un, he act. they were present, at their proper places , 28- 2!'.. The officer authorized to ef voting, and the right of such voter i con"uct elections aro to be subject to (he not to l)o imnaiicd by reason of hia buim, USU!" penalties for. non-ful...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 7 September 1864

The Convention rc-asscmbled pursuant lo adjournment, U four o'clock in tho af tctincn. Tho President : Tho chairtunn of the Cotntnitteo on Kesolutlons is now prepar ed to report. (Applause.) Mr. J.iuies Gut lino, ci' Kentucky: Tbe Ctmmiiteo on Isoluuoi:. alter tho gre.i test amount of consideration Ibry have hcen nblo to givr, in tho time they have hail to consider tha sr.ljcot, havo directed uie ty report nix resolution', a expressive of tho position of the l't tuocraoy, ana their opinions it. the.o peiilous times, ns to what is neco.iry to ho done, The Secretary of tho committee will read tho resolutions. int RE5.flLn:o.N9. Mr. William A. Wallace, of Pennsylva nia, Secretary of tho Committee, then read the billowing Jiisolocd, That in tho futjre, as in tho , j,roceeii0t i0 pulogiie Eia character and akt, wa will Adiioro with unsworviug li- H,jitjM. delitytotho Union, under the Constitu-i Mr. Harris proceoded to gay, thnt Gen. lion, as tho only olid foundation of our McClellan wa t...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 7 September 1864

S'ljjjt Cirarfiuo publican, Fepxesd.W JIoasjNO:::::SKlTEMB!:a7. tr 1 "'" "" VEJttOCKATIC NATIONAL TICKET. for vuknt ' EN'. GISOIIUK B. Ml rl PT T TVT JlU J'-L.-V,l Or TENNSVLVAMA. 10R VICR l'RKIENT, ION. CiEOKGE JL TENULEXON, or oirio. PEMOCKATIC COUNTY TICKUT. ' VOX SREttJi'F, ACQ11 A. FAUST, of Curwonsvillo. FOR COUNTY TOM MISSION F.R, QOIUD BAKEIt, of Knox t twp. rrR insTRirr ATronxKV, M Mfir.T.ntvjn fn:.....i.i ,vV..,)V, v..uut-iu, 1 l I I. L O. EVANS, of l'iko township FOR COltONOR, ILMti v. PAIlKE, of Clearfield.' , k rpj.,..i. . j , F T1UUr S). Vr Pies- , I 1 in LhieniTO tinnvnnt inn hna nrliniii-iiml It ha. performed its allotted work. TtJtLcro " not a worJ of truth U- Wnibcrs return to their constituents to' Slti-ose you trv it ox. "That's what ieceiro the plaudit, "well done, good and ?0U ?or "f wT? d l? TCt' l','fi,m;,ni, r n r n ln8- 'filer and Wallace ought to bo nunc (r,.tr,ful servants." Gkoruk B. McCmllax, fot. aiaking such speeches.'' Iho nominee of the Convention a...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 7 September 1864

THE "REPUBLICAN." Ternn ol Wubacription. Tf paid In adTuneo.'orwitMu thro niouthi', tl SO '( paid any time witbia tha year, - - - 1 TS i paid flr the eipiratlon of Ua year, I DO 3VU'3 t Alllt It (RT, CLHAfiriULP, !'. new FinM. stin pu:a Rush ! Termiof Advrrtl!n,r. AlvcrtUomenli arelaserted iu tho Republlean A tie f. UawlBj ratea : 1 Insertion. 1 Jo. 1 do. Oner.iare,M.Unt(.) $ 60 I 75 f I 00 Two ni,uarJi,(20Unci,) 100 150 J 00 Three f flirts, (lOlinea,) I SO 3 00 2 id I menthe 8 mo't. 12 mo Ont fl jaare, I I 12 50 ft 00 17 00 Twoniat-ei.l I I I I 4 00 8 00 10 00 three e,-.nrel, I I 6 00 8 00 13 00 Four squarcl, t t t t A 00 10 00 11 00 Maif aeoliai t I I t 8 00 13 00 18 00 Ooo ciiaiaa, t I I t 14 00 JO 00 Si 00 Over three wteta ltd leaa than throt tnoiths 35 teuts per at, uare for cash Insertion. liumstst nttltet not txcatding 8 lines art In farted far 93 a yoar. Advertleinaenti not marked with tie number of tuonlonadealred, will be continued untilforbid and charged aetorling to thte...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 14 September 1864

m i fflirowf j fipJMiooi. D. W. MOOEE, Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. WHOLE NO. SrxfilH. ur iiUJi. WILLIAM AXiLEN, at nil Tho men of tho South wtre never or "well protected as wo used to protect Mktnd V. A. Ckicajo Agonal Democratic '"'" th?y never will Lo protected 08 CbMn.ii-.Ni, 30, 1804. woU " w, Wl" Protecl if they will 1. como back. State as well as individuals Thu Pnaamrm. Oentlemea of the Convention, 00 regarded, for our Administration, watr honored with the presence hereof one 'f elected by the Democratic party, will whose reputation has over stood high with tho , thereby be placed under the wholesome .American people, and whose reputation i the , restraints and direction of democratic in sure endeared tons from its connection with tho stincts TAnnlause I Tl.nf An, i., ,o ..mor, of Andrew Jackson. Lond cheers. I ' ft-jOTi TI'L J it AdmiDl8tra: call upon Senator Allen, of Oolo, to addres. the D'Jread-of becomul th enemy and Conreutlon. ( pcrsocuter of any part of our peo...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 14 September 1864

';:! !1 i t v i 1 ' ii i I :i t 3 IJ A Slight Difference. II' 1 I ...... (V n Ttvtirtf ItUC CLlfartUlO AXtpUOUCan. TUaJaeMl0rgMOtUitced-iY0ltA In spcnkingof tho character of tho men ..-- over,wo columns of iu la-t issue tJ tbe now entering the military service as sub- M?-r Chicaco Convention, f nd iu mcmberi, 't. our nelfi ,uo' 8ay8 Qen. M'Clellan's Letter of Acceptance- LETTER PROM THE ABUT. Tbo friend who bands us tbe following MARiunn-omh. i.t iJtiT5 Uurcblleld, Mr. John C. ih'JJ k? township, to M,, o. WA Oranoe, N. J. September 8lb 1804. letter assures u that the author, previous ' 0n ,h, 8th in.t bv i V" f KN knowldaid the receipt of your letter in- dent perverted the war from its lecili-1 Feriruson townahl... M U, d. .... 1 . I .1 1- .1 r..!. n ftfinU nnminutlnn I V til. llfl m ...nmA (Atlinl nf fin llltlAH n. . . , ,. , ... i .i : ... J liey nro tvuin iiy i u very uuuo iuiunf v - j muv .w.j..v. - - ' ' " " B r .mow nf lho Ld mmnnweiili h" clloi I to bl.ow mat wmu was cone i u...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 14 September 1864

ROBINSON'S Great Metropolitan Circus. M. .1. UOBIS'SON, Proprietor. 0i:0. Y. SI EVENS, Treaturer. AI.KX" ROlilNSON, .Vm.n.vrf. L. WHETlOSY, kurstrlali iLnayrt. Prof. E. WA1ILE, ,Wtr r Orchestra. This Jlaehiflcently Oriraniiod Coneorn nreannln a ' GdliBlilaiJi EiramiS, I General Election Proclamation. llh all Iho standard Featuren of tho legitimate ' r,1,EIlASi uy asUftho (Jonoral Asscm rcra blended with nil tho Modern Improve- V 1 1 V "19 Cu,umonwelth of Pccnsplrauiu, pont nd acrjulsltlons ; furnished by ambition, n,,l.lod "An 8ct t legulute tho Ueneral Election elofe application, and the practical workings of V'lul" t1",8 Cominonweulth," it is enjoined upon tboe artists whoso motto la "Exeilnior." , the bhcriffj of the sovernl counties to give More and better horses, smaller and finer po. Bie?, ft more carciuiiy arranged programme, a larger troupe 01 performers, more unexceptiona ble entertainments, a more complete orchestra, a perfeot oufit, a more perfectly constructed interi or,...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 14 September 1864

I do. 75 1 SO 2 00 A iuo'i. f 4 00 0 00 8 00 10 00 12 00 SO 00 THE "REPUBLICAN." Terms ot Subarripuon. If t 1 J In advance or within thro months, $ 1 60 If paid any time within the year, ... 1 75 If paid after tho expiration, of tho year, J 00 ernce on HAttKCT jtrekt, ci.g-itriiaD, urn' a. Termi of Advertising. Advertisements arelntertod In the Republican at the following ratei t 1 Insertion One iqnare, (lo lines,) $ 60 Two squares, (10 line,) 1 00 Three i4uaMs,(S0Hues,) 1 60 I uienths Ono Bqnare, J 60 Twosquares.i II 00 Three squares, I I t t 00 Four sqnaros, i l o Q Half a column, j t 8 00 One column. 1 I l 14 00 Over three w oekt tad loss than three mo a tin 25 cents por square for each lnsortion. Business notices net esctading 8 lines aro In rtd for 12 a year. Advertlssments net tcarzeJ wltitae nnmbcr of Oiertionsdeslrod, will be continue! until Turbid and charged aoeordlcg to theso terms. S do, f 1 00 2 00 2 50 12 mo 17 00 10 OA 12 00 11 00 18 00 RS 00 CLEARFIELD CO. Dl HECTOR ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 21 September 1864

W. MOORE, Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. WHOLE NO. IHE EXCHANGE OF PRISONERS. 1 The following correspondence was pub- Jsbed in Richmond for the satisfaction of Jio friends and relatives of Confederate oldiors now held as prisoners of war in 'orthorn prisons. Eeleiving that (lie in formation it contains is of equal irapor- anco to the friend and relatives of Fed eral prisoners of war now hejd in Soulh jrn prisons, we transfer it to our columns, kqplng lhat our authorities at Washing Ion will be able to make a counter state ment showing that this long continued Imprison men t of brave soldiers is not en tirely their fault. The Richmond Sentinclot September 1st contains ine loiiowing important corres pondence: tO tttt KELATIVR3 AND FRIEVPS Or CONFEO XRATI SOLDIERS CONFINED IS NORTHERN TRIEONS : - Onlhe?2d of July, I3G2, the Cartel of Exchanges was agreed upon. Tho chief, U rot only, purpose or that instrument was to secure the rolease of all prisoners of ' , it.... i if. i t . i wa...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 21 September 1864

Cltarfitlb gtpubHcan. V : D . k s i ) a y M o r x i n i : : :S v pt r. m n t n BIGLER IN THE 17. S. SENATE. We stated last week that the Conferee of this Congressional District presented Ex-Governor UuiLiit to the people as a mm whose public and private record was without a stain. On the great questions and complications which preceded the war, we repeat that no public man now living can point to a more consistent" m nprai,un ci me .-Mates, and none lor ly national recorJ. Inference to his !Ue rflon f,s,lMM ,no obedience to i .i ,t . . . sue lunuamentai law oi IheLnon. J tie . every vote and speech la tLe United States nien wll0 laJe )e Conbl;unwe in - Senate will satisfy anyone of this fact. il,e practice of that peaceful remedy at 21. Itelow we cive two or three extracts from the lime, and doubtless intended to leave vet be saved. Better counsels will prevail in such a body than in Congress. Men will come fresh from the people, unem barrassed by party politics and party plat forms...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 21 September 1864

THE REPUBLICAN. - Tl.PM'!nAT $1 1 I if paid villi in I he ienr, ft V nnt Va'd vithin the H'nr, DEMOCRATIC 1ass Meeting! fMII2 DEMOCHATS ,Otf fLUAB I field Couuty nud all others friendly to flection of McCLELtAX 4 PENDLETON hold a genera. Mas, HMU., at the Curt Joart I" tno borough of Clearfield, oo 4 j i Tuesday Evening, Sept. 27, 1864. i Several distinguished speakers will bejvreseut, iong them Wm. II. Whltte, of Pbila. A penoral atUndanco id desired. Uy order of the Standing Committee I 0. L. KlHD, Chairuian. I T. J. M rCiLi.ouon, Bcc'y. THE NEWS. "'iieouiy army new of importance is lJv. account of the robul laid in the rear ofUcn. Grant on Thursday lost. It U cull da raid; but has more the appearance of 'fclUnk attack. Tho assault wis tnido 'just bofore day light, by a forca consisting cft!iroo brig'idoj of rt-bol cavalry, with .'eight pieces of artillery Their object ap- ired to be the enpture of cattle of which they drove off some 2,400 head. 1 Loy alo captured several teums, w...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 21 September 1864

THE "REPUBLICAN." Terms ol Mubacrt'tioD tttili n dTnce, orwithin throe month, $1 60 tald any tint within the year, - - IT f paid after the expiration of tb year, .100 jrnCB Olf MARKKT iTIT, CLIriLI, BVa. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements are Inserted In th Republican it the following ratee 1 Insertion. 2 do. I do. He.quar,(10lln.e,) $ 60 $ 75 $100 fwc squares, (20 lines,) 1 00 1 60 2 00 rhre.quare.,(301ine.,) 1 60 2 CO 2 60 S menthi J mo'.. II mo One Square, 1 t I $2 60 $4 00 $7 00 fwoiauarei.1 I 1 I I 4 00 6 00 10 00 Three iqiarei, I I I I 6 00 8 00 12 00 Foursquare, I t I 00 10 00 14 00 lalf a column,: l I I t 8 00 12 00 18 00 One column, i t I I 1VO0 20 00 15 00 Over three weeks aad less than three moalhi 25 eenti per iqnare for each insertion. Bnsiaes. netlcet net eso.eding 8 line, are In serted for $2 a rear. Advert.ssiaents net aarkfd with the number of aiorttons desired, will be continued until forbid aad charged ascordlcg to these terms. CLEARFIELD CO. DIRECTORS TIME OF U...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 5 October 1864

D. W. MOOBE, Editor and Proprietor. , - . PRINCIPLES, not MEN. - J :4-MC--8-, VOL. XXXVI. WHOLE NO. Original $ottrj. LIVE IS BUT A riEKTIXCJ Tllu7l T W, W WASHBURX. As day was fleeting from tay eight, ' It drew the shales of twilight aian' A preface to tUadurlHoine niglit. That follows sunset year by year; Yet lingering Iho' it Tain would stay Or loih to leave these toppling heights : A radienee of departing day Still lit the tcene with guidon lights. I tat and looked out on the icene That nature pictured to my gaze ; Cilia, thoughtful, ailcot aad srrene ; But musing fanned my mind ablaze. The eight of grandeur 'tore tny view, ' Enhanced the thought which filled my brain; Those dayi which childhood led me through Was wafted back to mo again. ' Bright facet teeming with tweet imile, loai lauguea wun me in day gone ky M'ben youthful Joyi no care beguiles Kor grief obscures the sunlit sky. Alas ! what fancy 'i mind nay scan What forma can memory bring to view Like Phantoms from that my...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 5 October 1864

JMJBc3' A WORD TO EEPUBLICANS. Wo do not address tho Waders, but tbo ran and ( the solid, thinking men-of tho Republican parly. We have every confidence in them j they ore just us pa- triotia ; hate the sumo love for their coun try, and would sacrifice just as much to nr..crva it. as Democrats would. Put we ; have no faith in their leaders. Mrst of theiu ore making money out of this war, and it is not reasonable to suppose that -r- 'nien are willinji lo orpoao a policy that WkdnespaY MorNINU:::::::::Octoiiku o. puli ,n0ney into their pockets. Nor have - - - , :wo any tiling tosny to that portion of the DErCCBATIC NATIONAL TICKET. iypJVlcannHyho ftre avowed Aboli- yav. vnESlPfNT, ! Honied. Politically, they arc beyond re- GKJf. GEOKGK B. McCLELLAN, demticn. They have committed the un or rrsssvLVAMA. ,pardonablo sin. 'firry are joined lo Ibnir idols ton VICK riltfilDKXT, HON. GEOKGK II. PENDLETON, or on io. DIALOGUE has passed the ordeal of distinguished sta- THAYER Jt IIAVB.. ..all t...

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

THE REPUBLICAN. j CctUMrosr CAxox.-Many and deep ; -a--sswrssss xiv-rj -r-e. were (ha curses poured out upon the head VrDSESATr-:::::r.s::::CoiJEB 5, 1864.iof poor Cameron, the Chairman of the Oni yonr if paid in mfrowce, " if paid triikin tkt year, " " if not paid teitkin t year, II 50 1 7 THE NEWS. lbs shoddy papers contain the moat glowing account! of Grant's operation be- for Petersburg ; but we advise the public' tot to be, too read, to believe these re- ports carry real pretc a need Laa ecrtainlv ad.and un ih .nt lay a. both aiUea of the Jamea River, v ii vere fijlhting occurred aouth of Petersburg last Friday in which the rebela were driv- en Lack, and toroe aixtr priaonert captur- ed ; but our lots in killed and woundd waa about 500, while the rebel loaa wu n?urh le., a, they fought behind defenc- cara!ryf ucdtr Ktult, haiUpppoacad with-, in B miln and Klf rt J aaaaw um m a aa t a ivivilUIUII'li J coining imoriani irotu cunersnermit or Sberidu. The latter wa. at Sunton !... ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 5 October 1864

THE "REPUCBLIAN." , Terms ot Bubacr"ruoii, eleU n advance, or within three months, fl 50 ld any time within the year, - - 1 75 If paid after the expiration of tbo year, - I 00 trriCB ON MARKKT STREKT, CLElkPIKLD, PEMN'A. Terma of Advertising.' Advertisement, aro iuaortod In tho Republican at the following rate. : 1 Insertion. 2 do, Sdo. One .quare, (lOlines,) $ 50 Two squares, (20 lines,) 1 00 $ TS 1 50 2 00 1 1 00 2 00 2 50 Three squares, (5U tinea.) I ou 3 months r mo'a. 12 mo One Sanare, I t t $2 50 $4 00 $7 001 Twoequarea, : it : t 4 00 Throo equnree, j l l : 6 00 Four aquarea, I i l t fl 00 Ma!f aoolumn, I t t I 8 00 One column, t : l I 14 00 6 00 8 00 10 00 12 00 20 00 10 00 12 00 14 00 18 00 85 00 Over tli rip weeke and lei than three moaths 25 cents per square for each Insertion. Pusiaess notices not etcseding Mines are In serted for $2 a year. Advertissraants not marked with tHe number of riertlons desired, will be continued until forbid and charged according to these terma...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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