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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 10 October 1864

"MONDAY iUMTi---rV7f:Tn ""'" iv PEMOCBATIC NATIONAL TICKET. FOR rUESIDKXT, geoj:gk u. mcjleu.ax. or rwxsywisu. FOR YICK PKES1DEM, HON. GEOUGB II. I'ENDJ PENDLETON or onio. DEMOCRATIC r DISTRICT TICKIiT. roK rosyRKss, HON. WILLIAM UIGLEIl, P CLEARFIELD COUNTY . FOR A8BKMBLY, Dn. T. JEFFERSON liOYEK, 0' CLEARI'IELD CCUMT. DEMUCHATIC COUNTY TICKET." fOl EHERIl'F, JACOB A. EAUST, of Curwensvillo. rORCOUSTY COMMISSIONER, CONliAD BAKER, of Knox twp. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY, W. M. McCULLOCGII, of Clearfield. FOR COUNTY AUDITOR, M. L. C. EVANS, of Pike township. FOR C0RON0R, HENRY W. IARKE, of Clearfield. THE NEWS. Gen. Grant i loliovcd to bo in Washington. Of course, "allisquiot in front of Petersburg." It is now ev ident that tho "Great Victories," won by Grant, and ko loudly celebrated a fow weeks ago, were only manufactur er political effect that no victories wore won ; and it is very stronly sur mised that our reverses were of tho most serious character. This is evi denced by tho advance...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 10 October 1864

V 07HERAL OEORQE D..U'CLELLA,NT. n curing ndvuntngea won. by the troop i,lor.. Brinto M'Ci.EUAV, wui lorn 'of Tcni.-i--rtec and South Carolina. .. . i a .in i.i i iii.aje num. me uiim-iuuiti irin-H !. -. - - Ml li.w .-"J . . I i if . "IHH-'I - 1 I , , , a 1 i . t 1 . 1- ..!! ima Linn.t ll.l.tll flll.T lit' 1 1 11 Lb.' 1 ntl of Amcitfiiu Iiidei.encience am. oi .iiner- wuio r-u.i ..... ....v ',.1 ' ' i.-an Union, or. the 3d day of December, by madness, and by b.llv-a gull which, -.a--.; , '.i.'.crwtisi.n eimncnt, phycio.an in ilm providence ol God, nothing surely i'co'1 bv the prniaiai," nu conopieu-- uui miaou nun j" to devol.n. tbomisclvM so fully and so firm tingnt or the .date, boiog thirteen regi-, Joseph Kirk Iv in thf tjoclun.atiot'nii.l in tho con- molds of infantry. Hint wtumtssion was Joseph Uveal duct of the victor of Vwt Virginia and oiTcre.l uud accepted on tho .d of April, Jacob Weave "iiraf no. .'.)) his ubi .uea and bit character oven i that i"il.AV of awimpl.idiod men...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 19 October 1864

D. W. MOOEE, Editor and Proprietor? raM L XXXVI. WHOLE NO. BI00KAPHY of Gen. McCLELLAN. Concluilcd. CALLED TO WASHINGTON. Alter a series of brilliant and dashins ' victories, which- ran month's time destroy- ed the rsbel power in West Virginia,on the -let of July General McClolIan was order- od to turn over Kosecrans ami bis command to General report at Washington Five days later he assumed the command oi tne Army of the Potomac, which the defeatr Dull Run, July t!lst had reached to little else than an arnied mob. His ener getic actions towards reorganizing the ar my inspired the soldiers with frosh cour age and the people with confidence. At the request of President Lincoln, he pre pared a memorandum containing his plan of operations for the Union forces, and ad dressed it to him on the 4th of August. This most remarkable paper, though thought to be visionary then, is now his toric, for it furetold substantially the whole history of the war from Hut thy to this, and stamped General...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 19 October 1864

ll'n 10 n vote 01 mo pcuno as niMruunio . uf Ooarress. Ho know also that Mr. Clemens, of Virginia, on the ITtU of Feb-j r uary , belor that Mate adopted secosMon, . ndcavored, in tho House of Representa tives ut Washington, to oluin a similar arrangement in that body to teat tho ques lijn of compromise before the people, and ;t t's voted doivn by 112 Republicans ..gainst SO Democrats every Republican i.i the llouso voting iu the negative. They would not, they did net dare to trust tl.o people tl legitimate source of pjwer Wn.NtM.AY Mou.nin:::::::Octoueii li. ) THE ISSUE. ! It any person is in doubt as to tlio policy thot will be pursued, should the country suffer tho oiiafortuno of Lincoln's re-election, tho fact of tips withdrawal of Gen. Fremont front the canvass should remove them. Fremont was the candi date cf the tnt-rrd rut cltnn-rieclrd Ab olitionists, such as Wendell rhilips, l.loyd (iari'uon, Fred Douglass, Ac. They quir relled with Lincoln because he refused to . placo him...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 19 October 1864

"THE REPUBLICAN. Wednesday,:: xOotobir 19, 1804. ELECTION RETURNS. Oat Jfnr if paid in advance, $1 50 ' " if paid ttithin thi year, 1 7S " " if not paid vitkin tht year, 2 00 I A VF F"M THE TRinXMAfJ Pre.irlAnMoi .J"" CLEARFTP.T.T. rnnvrrv . . . : A br.u ,iyen. rrociamauon. A rjnat. i "' ' t-unimiHionori of Clearfield oounty wil W V. i ' b5ia:M',1:,??"1:- T"n .K5i.ki,J.F morris &co, mku- CONORKSS ( ( THE STATE ALL RIGHT. The official returns from all but a very' Becearia twp. few counties, together with re ported ma-! Boll jorities from the remaining counties, show "Bloom that the State has unmistakably gone for,BogS tho remocrats by from two to three thou. ! I'nullbrd inad majority. This may be relid upon-! KriU'y " When we state that gold hat advanced, 1 Covington " within the Ian ten days, from 190 to 217J, Clearfield bor our readers can form a very correct idea Curwensviilo bor. 20 of the operations of our military force?. jDecatur twp, 135 'Ibtre ss nothing doing at Petersb...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 19 October 1864

THE "REFUCBLIAN." Term ot rutscr;ruoii. raUi B advance, or within three months, f 1 50 Laid any time within the year, ... 1 TJ , paid after the aspiration of the jear, . J 00 friC0.' MARKET 8TREST, CLEARNELD, n'i. Trrroa of Advertising. ; Advertisements are lusortcd iu the Republican -i tKd rriUnwinff rates ! 1 Insertion. 2 do. One svuaro, (10 lines,) $60 $ 75 I'wo squares, (20 lines,) 1 00 1 50 Three squares, (30 lines,) 1 f. 2 00 3 men I lu A mo's. One Square, : $2 40 $4 00 rwosquaros, : : I : : 00 t 00 Three squares, i t i : 5 00 8 00 Foursquares, : : ! t 6 00 10 00 Inlf a column,, i I 8 00 12 00 On. nl..inn. lilt 14 00 20 00 S dn. SI 00 2 00 2 50 I 1 2 mo $7 00 10 00 I 12 00 14 00 18 00 85 00 Over three wooks aid lens than throo moaths 25 tents per iquare for each insertion. Business netlees not exceeding Sllnca are In serted for $2 a year. Advertlssinonts not narked with tie number of nsertions desired, will be continued until forbid and charged according to these terms. CLEARF...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 26 October 1864

l. a - . i , i . aggrsBaa"" If AWV ii ii nw n n r 4M iava v a . . u . n Ay 0 i;i f) D. W. MOOUfi, Editor tuft Proprietor. PRINCIPLES, not MEH. TEEMS 50 Per Aaaum, if paid ta adrnnc VOL. XXXVr. WHOLE NO. 1830. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY' OCT. 26, 1861 NEW SERIES-VOL. V.-NO. IS. 1. i ..,. r . ... 'y WW ADDRESS OF TBI STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. (COKCLCDKD.) 3j the Citizens s( Pennsylvania : Oa the other hand, the African race Im never, anywhere, given any proof or Hi capacity for a self-sustained civility lion. Since the tun first shone on tbat continent it baa remained in the "iame ti cf menial gloom. Cruel, brutal, voluptuous, and Indolent by nature,- the African hat never advanced a single step bsyemi hie own savage orignat. Slavery ru ever oeen, ana in inn nour continues to tie t . i i-.- .i . .. .' ., mrmtl condition throv?hmt every dime hi . . " a mam onoortuniUe. if Imm.nr fdn can niM m i Ann vt. than haia ha. the inhabitants of Asia or cf K,,.. ,A! V. l turi,e' A'.oae the stores ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 26 October 1864

I lit ionrtl fcr Tar principle the Colonists stood justified ho vel extend to tho lore the world in effecting tueir separation fi,r ilo iroi.le, ihonj.li t t . -. . . 1 i.va..i.lint rit t'sL I PVU U ifnnmin, t-v. ' . - . . rcrle Ihe oppoitunity of accepting it lor from the mot her country. n was upon . i. ...!..!.. f i,n,l il. hnnnr r,f i.iesent-'lhis irincipla that Iho original thirteen .i... nnA.;i;.,n n...i vmi f.ir vour-' n(vouftl ami co-sorei e'en .Slates formed! Wilderness self, declared fo4t on tbe Utb of.'anu- tho Federal compact o! iho old Union in nrv thus ; "I v to Ihe Senator from 1787. It is upon tho same principle that (Jeorgia.and to nil Ihe gentlemen here, if the c Hj.pi d nod co-oveielgn Slates ofour thev will take the pmposiiion of my col- Coiifoduiaoy firmed their new compact al league 1 will vole for it, in. d we will pasi union. v , , . " .,' it, if that will f ive us pence and preserve Tho iden Hint the old I mon oi any In the Union." But yon nrver gave it your...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 26 October 1864

Ira feuBU(j 0o in,' Democrat!! I Wo learn that tlm r.inn,!,, f vrnpi.it.. ,-. I . -- - ...uuvu w4 luvuivinu ) '" aerffaa "we" .othorparU oflho State, are! ; mr t7i m 'ioe, . ii so """"(i imposition io lite irienas or; if said viliin (A Mar: 175 Linrnln nnil.!.. 1:1..- it-l. . T r' t . --i I :!,.'.;. on ""'fc imo hub: ill t-usa ui v; 1 AT WHOLESALE ONLY! I OP EVERY DEsrnroTinw it tnn i PBICRS. FOli CASK! ' llediictioH; OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT TH3 , inPRICESof FALL 4 WINTER GOODS I McCiellnn'a election, they (the Democrats) ' A ' ' 4 agree to 1HI all Quotas, disnense with eon- ' ' ''- McCLELLAN" k PI-INDLKTOX ELECTORAL TICKET. i THE NEWS. ' agree to fill all ouolaa. disnenaa with mn A severe' Utile wag fought in th She- scription, and leave the Republicana slay! nnilcan va'.Uy, near Slrasburg, on Wed- at home after the 4th of March next, ifj ' ccfdny la'. between the forces of fiheri-! hf Republicans will agtee to act in like (Un and Taily The attack was made by, manner towards the De...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 26 October 1864

J L MORRIS & CO., MtR- chants, IMiilipsburg, Pa. J. I. MORRIS A Co. sell best Calicoes- ai 30 to 33 cents per yard. J. I. MO RIIW & Co. e.ill test Muslim at ?5 to50nt per yard. J. I. MORftIS tCo. sell ull wool Deluinei 0.1 9J cents per yard. J. I MORRIS &, Co. id) all wool FlanneU at 50 cvnia (o $1 per yard. J I. MORRIS I Co. tell Meo & Hoys' : clothing very chep. ; J. I. MORRIS ft Co. sell BjoU and SW ' at eiiKfllion price. J. I. MORRIS 4 Co. sell tlata i Caps at leiua.iou J r-.cra. i J. I. MORRIS Co. sell Indie ana cents' I Shawls at semai'on price. J. I. MORRIS 1 Co. sell LuJie Coals at less than any one else. J. I. MORRIS A Co. sf 11 Flour. Chop, Fish,' Dacon, Suit ko , at very small advance ou cost. J. I. MORRIS A Co. keep constantly on hand, Fresh Butter, Egs, Lard, Sweet Pota'oe (fresh), White i Cod FUb, Ac. J. I. MORRIS A Co. Kli GiouDd Alum! Salt at cost. J. I. M03RIS A. Co. sell Brown Sugar at 20 to 35 rents per pound. J. I. MORRIS A Co. sell Syrup Mulassos...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 2 November 1864

1 W. MOOKE, Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. Wi 1 OLE NO. 1831." A assessm Esi.-xTuSI3 uwIa? f- thit tho Cotumisslonora of Clearfield eounty will meet at tho followlue Maoos at in ,.r ...i. dayuatnod for the purpose of hearing Anneals , an,d tno "veral supplements thereto, it is provid froiu Uie Inennial Assessment, to r.-if ,llut tlie electors of tho several ceuntics of tho i'ortbe townebipof tioshon at the school house severn' counties of the Commonwealth,, qualified JU....U lunuMiip, me usual place of holdinir elections, on Tuesiliiv Xovpmlu.r 1 mi. For the township f Girard, nt Confess Hill Sohoul lniuse on edncsdav Kor. Kith. Fcr Covingt.m township, at 'tho house of Jacob Jlaurer, ou 1 hursday November 17th. . For Karthaua township at tho house of 11. J lininoson Friday November 13tb. For Morris township at the house of J. F, Ndsun on .Saturday November 1'Jth. E For tirnhntn lownsliipat the house of Jaeob Itub- I ler on .'on clay November 21st. f For Drad'.ord township at 4ho...

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

Cjt ((tarfielb gRtpnblican , Abating the Slain &. tL?a.'-' jwjl '. t a jji - i --- ' - The Bcllefonte Meetine and its Apostles. trThe Abolition tarty in this county , 1 In our last ko merely noticod lhat the ii growing ny H luai our Jaaftin iscigUbor ii-r- Rot. J. W. Jackson, of Harrisburg, anil "Small by degrees, and beautifully less" ,slst9 in abusing bis own friends, who were the Kov. W. W. Hicks, of lie! tefonte, were A consummation highly gratifying lo-candidates for county offices at tho late to regale their brethren of the black school every real friend of the Union. At the election T Recausa some of ihe Demo in llio latter nlueo on tho eveniiie of Nov. present rate of decrease there will not be cratic candidates received a larger majority (ft V 1st, 1864. SSpecin! nicnticn w.w made oi enough left for seed in eight year from over their competitors than Rigler receiv- fl!!VQS ' Rer. W. W. Hicks, who as the "pre- this time. While the .State has bcend over Schofield, therefo...

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

I THIS RErUBLICAN. JsirtTAY,::::::::::NcvrsiiJtii 2, JbC4 Q,,yar if paid in ad vatic; " if paid uiliiin tin year, u " if nut paid tcilhin Iht year, tl 50, 1 76 ! 2 00 THE NEWS. a Mirt of ifn; ......... . uu . " " 8W "oo generally, mav Lb -ra;Tvb ...sSifoM,!U ,,uw w-'eome m rricebaarelrcateu towards Arkansas wilh expected. f?Z. W T2nrVr,,;onUHtent to .mount of banlv. oWlw i! ilEETIXfl AT fiTrvimTra lW.'0 vital force In th Bio.e j, -v '" ,. wij-jLj.vi ij. itu jw1 ' rqlTSZ viL'Oruua notion b, the Fedftnl cavalry. The renor. of thJ friends of MAC and VK 5 1 ?3Tlr A genera! advance wa. ruada ly General 3: 1 PcaUora will bo rtoh wera found fully preyed at all'awnko to the imporlanca th?nli I romi'. and uothing as aocompli.lwd. ty work before them, and the demon. Ljh about 00 on our side, at slated hydration of Saturday will bo worthy But it i rRiiively announced ibat a! jcncrui unvuo is iDiponding, which would decide the dection cither for or aoinst Lincoln. Fatal Suootixo Anna. a shootin...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 2 November 1864

THE " "REPUCBLI AN." Term ot SubKcr'Ptioti. c!4 n advance, orwithin three months, 91 50 said any time within the year, ... 1 74 It attar the exniration of the year, 2 (10 r- - erricio.i UARKir strbit, clbibnkld, ran a Terius of Advertising. Advertisements art Ineorted in tho Republican tA the follow iug rates: 1 Insertion. 2 do. One square, (10 linos,) 10 $75 Two squares, (20 lines,) 100 150 Three squares, (Sslines.) 1 50 2 00 S mem hi 6 mo'l. One Square, I I l 1 2 60 H 00 Tnosquares, ! I i l t 00 J 00 Throe squares, l J l l 00 8 00 Four smares. i i : 00 10 00 Half a column,'. : i : t 8 00 12 00 One coiu'DD, : iHOO 20 00 S do. $1 00 2 00 2 50 12 mo $7 00 10 00 12 00 14 00 18 00 35 00 RICHARD MQSSOP, FOREIGN and DOMESTIC GOODS MUSLINS ot Ssnsation prices DELAINES ht Sensation price COBUHGS at- Sensation juices ALPACAS t Bensation juices Just receivod ul MOSSOPS'. GINGHAMS at Sensation prices CHINTZ PRINTS GLOVES CRAVATS SHAWLS BONNETS COLORED Over three weeks and less than three moat...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 9 November 1864

! ." ' "' " '' '' 1 r- - w. - ;..' - - : ' , D. W. MOORE, Editor and Proprietor. " " naciHaissI I $r- - . . . TERM3:-$150 VOL. XXXVI. WHOLE NO. ASSBSSMENT.-Notiee Ik hereby given, Hut the CommisMotiers of ClenrfieM ooantv will , at fullowiuft places at 10 a. m. of each !dyuijme.l for tin purpose of hearing Appeals from the Trio.iniul AnKPiument, t wif i Fur the i township of Goshen at tho school house a In sa d township, tho usual placo of ho'ding r. , uj iioven'oer liilh. ;lor me lowncmtior Olrnrd wnS'sSir. uir" mUA FA IL UItE LLltO USD. fcclio( I house on Wedm j JVr Covington township, Maurer, on Thursday 1 iur iwiDtns township at tho house of It. J I Uainee on Friday November 18th. t for Morris township at the houeof J. P X.lnor on Saturday November I9th ' ' Frv ipat lh6 h' ot3 f let on .won day iovor j)8 ip&rce 6n Tu;asy November 22d, Fo: Cggs township at tho house of Andrew Crojs on Wednesday November 2:ld. i For Dacnttir township at Centro Sobool house on Thursdny November...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 9 November 1864

fffct (tltarfitli) ffifpblitait. j the rebels had not destroyed her. The 'retell bare three ballet ies within a milo above and below Kort Herman. Thirteen. land hoi a mite more. What has orushed lutiow. tie lr,.vit i.unvi. -ri . . .1 ... oul the manhood and womanhood of tbe know must be to infect the blood of the THINGS FINANCIAL. r r . V u . 1 ao.aoo. im.jorl.yofEnKUnd'a.on.andd.ugh.er.T present and fuiure Vene tioi.i! or forrtoen of the crew of the Undine are . " was 0 long itue after the Soulb A national debt, the 4.uqo,000,000 she 0ftbe mol blighting and ineradiclU r .1.- duuoio coiiiip-eu ixiore puMic creon wm owes 10 ner lo-canvu men-born princely naiton and vet thev tin nnt . ". i restored to any tccaidernllo extent hi tew," who never tell, while at lean . England. Knterrrifo, tiko lowius, bad 20.000,006 of the ' lower order"' are' their soared too high and mi-Urnl the wax of t laves, who must wear out their bodiei , . her wing; like Icatius il.a bad fallen and souls in half ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 9 November 1864

.. . Tl IK ' REPUBLICAN. , WrPNliSDAY.IrililNoVKMBERG, 1804 . ELECTION KKTURNS. At tlio tiino of 'goin to press the following scattered returns liavo Icon received, it win bo Been that tho Democrats have not only held up to . i , . .5 CotimUsivner- AtaJitorCoTonor, Com I r. A ud'r.iCorVr V "m? maustryThe undoraiirnsd Lin. 'rMi?w Kka. .bout hair AT WHOLESALE ONLY! MSTMCW. I S; ft M! fa:1' (yjl between Clearfield and Curwons'vllle boroa', R ? 2 8 ' '2 I 'J'r.Tr.J t0, U kind, of Fruit tree, thoir extraordinary vote given to Gov. Bogk Biglcr and their ticket in October. T'T t . :.. .1; . . ' Rf,.lu Heccaria, IICII, but in some districts have Landsomely on that voto : McClellan 64 148 97 109 maj SJ llltlj gained Lincoln, 14 4 33 61 21 Bloom Bradford township, Boggf . " . Clearfield borough Cutwcusville "' N Covington township, Gii'ard " Goshen " Graham Knox " Lawrence " 3Iorri Penn ' Thursday momin,,. Ncarlv nil th JV""' Cilr. districts mo in, indicating a gain of Nw '.VnO.in, 50 to loOo...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 9 November 1864

THE "REPUCBLIAN." Tefnit ot Hubxrrrtiou. . all adrance, or within tore monins, 91 911 RICHARD LIOSSOP, MUSLINS PELAINKS CORURGS ALPACAS II 00 TiINfiHAMS aid any time within the year, ... 1 74 t paid after expiration f tha year, J Q jiriCCOK MARXRT MRHKT, CtlAnFIILD, rsV4.j Terms of Advertising. 1 Advertisements are inserted iu tho Republican il Ik following rates : I 1 Insertion. J do. i do.i On. square, (10 lines,) $ 6 $ 75 Co squares, (20 lines,) 1 00 1 SO Chreo square., (30 lines,) 1 60 I 00 t months 6 mo t. On. Square, t t 1 12 SO $4 00 Two squares,! 1 1 1 4 00 00 Three squares, 1 1 : 1 J 00 8 00 Kar square., i 1 1 : 00 10 00 Half aoolumn,: 1 1 1 1 B 00 11 00 r. nnlumn. 1 t 1 1 14 00 20 00 Over three week and leu than throe tnoath.JS nj nu nor aauare for each insertion. I Bosiasts notices notexojeding Slines are In- J erted for 12 a year. . rnVsir i 1 ,ii.,.A,.t net marked wltitke number of VfV?'!11 niertlons desired, will be continued until forbid and charted according to tbete...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 16 November 1864

0 ffflT TP IT D. W. MOORE, Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. WHOLE NO. 1833. THE CONTRARY MAN. How Steely he was Taken in by Patty. ... 1 11 nu a manor ot principle with Mn ivi.i.in.n i.i,. i . . , . w,irBr, siuu. in inis respect ho rli erod rrfm Ilia amiable old womon !mffli,i;i I,. niM,. em; for, whereas "everybody went con- trary " with her, he went contrary with everything. Had he beon born In Eng land, and hafl fitneis been ail that wai neccsiary, La would doubtless b-aVe figur ed Iwgoly before rorliamont ns ono of tho "'opposition ; " but being born in America, he was obliged to confine the exerciso of lis peculiar talent ton more lim'ited 8 sphere. . lo Una out what his opinion was upon' v will you do?" said. any subject, you had only to express your . "-etreiui, looking very mupli dis- j 00, f'Jr ,13 WRI Bur 10 ''8 on '.to opposite, frc3Se' "?our father declares that ho tide lis was uoViiic-".; a-nepullican- !,ia11 "l Cm int lbo Louse a8',ia And hl is. l. lwnv. voted lhal t...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 16 November 1864

t 1 Hi " .it ii.11 .11 .i 3 J f 6c tflcarfitlb ffitpiiblitait. ilBllS Wednesday IouNiNCi:::::JVt,ciT 10, gkSrl'ke Confederate Slate. Congress tact on tlie Tih inst, ,'i'tio message ol President Davis olairhs that the military 'situation of the Confederacy is cheerful and hopeful beyond any former period, lie is opposed to conscripting negroes for soldiers nt this time; says the white poo of the South aro quite able to do the lighting ; that negroes cut) be used for camp duties llius relieving white soldier that ilwi'.l he time enough to think of making soldiers of negroes when l ho ad verse fortunes of war shall require It resort to this reserve force: that that time hits not yet come, tic. The pteent rebel Ccngresa will mnke n Ftrenuous elTort to conscript an army of two or three hundred thousand slaves, the (slaves to have their freedom and fifty acres of lurid at the end of the war. Is this one IS IT AN ABOLITION C.1USADE t Tup night afttr (he election President Lincoln and Secre...

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